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"Empire" Typewriter
For oase of operacion and
perfect ion in  results  it is
unsurpassed.     Price $(101
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The Mail-Herald
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REVELSTOKE, H. C. ,TUlY ::i, 1912
$2.50 Per Year
...THE HOME BEAUTIFUL...
AGATE WALL FINISH
In  Beautiful Tints.
Mix with ('"lil  Water
Auj one run apply
35c. 5 Pound Package
ALABASTINE!  ALABASTINE!
An Old favorite.
Artistic Shades]
Fresco Colors for   Borders
For Permanent Work Use Hall's Washable Wall Paint
Why '.' Because it is the mosl Banitary.
It sets hard. Does nui crack or peel,
lines not fade,   Mixes with  water.    Is
germ proof     	
$1.00  PER CAN
FLOOR   PAINT
FOR THE BATHROOM
We
iclieve mi have the beat paint
Un ii in White,
made.
Vim take im iii.uur with our
Satlnettc ttnamel is the belt that
p.lint.
Get« aa hard us Ironi
money can produce.
75c. Per Quart
You'll Be Pleased
FOR THE DINING  ROOM
You want a change! Tire 1 of the
varnish! Stain it over the Varnish with Baplac.   Basy to apply.
Good Effect
FOR THE BEDROOM
Brighten them upl
You will be surprised Uow cheery
Min can make a room look with a
call ol our paint.
Let Us Prescribe
GET THE  PAINTING   HABIT
tTWakes the Home  Look   Clean   and Well  Kept
Artistic Stains. Beautiful Tinted Enamels.
Gold, Silver and Aluminum Taint. Crack
Fillers. Fluor Wax. Waxing Brushes. Furniture Polish.
Try Our cjTWagic Polish at 50c.
LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO.
Plumbing
LIMITED
Steam Heating
Tinsmithing
REVELSTOKE TO CELEBRATE
LAYING OF CORNER STONE
Hon. Thos. Taylor to Perform Dual Ceremony
of the Hospital Corner Stone Laying and
Turning First Sod of Mount Revelstoke
Alpine Auto Road—Many Prominent Visitors to Attend—Gala Day for Revelstoke.
Imperial Bank of Canada <j>
Hoad Of ico   Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Subscribed
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
Total Assets,
6.000,000.00
6,000,00^.00
6,000,000.00
$72,000,000.00
Brancheu ur Agents Ht oil principal points InJOftnada.
Agents in Oreat Britain and United States—London, England,
Lloyds BauV, Limited. Chicago-- First. National Bank, Corn hx-
ch'inge National Back. Seattle—Seartlfi Nation*.Bank, San Francisco—Wells Fargo Nevada National B<Mk Spokane—Kxctiange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of $1 and upward, received, nnd interest allowed at
current rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch   A. B. McCleneghan. Mgr.
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Underskirts
Crystal Sillc and Regal Taffeta
In Black, Navy and Brown
Mrs. A, G, Crick, • First Street
Work on thc new addition to tlu
Rovolstoko Victoria Hospital. Ib pro
grossing rapidly, and     tbo ceremony
ol i ti.. nu mr inin' la) in,: ni tlio now
wing will, ii Is expected, take placo
on August lutli next.
The official Act ui laying tno nun
et stone itself, wlll bo performed i.y j
no other personage than tho Hon.
Thomas Taylor, minister ol Public
Works for tbu Province ol British Uo
liimhin, who is uow ou his way io
California,   hut   will   bu   buck     mi   the
sth August in ample tune ioi tho cer
unioiiy. Mr. IV. W. Foster, deputy
minister ol I'ulilie Works, us woll as
other prominent visitors, will also In'
present on this oecusiun.
liis expoctod than on the same day
as the cornor si hum laying,  the turn-1
ing of the nrst sod on the now   Mt.
Revelstoke  Alpine  Auto  Houu  will also be celebrated, thu ceremony liae
wise  being     performed    by the Hou,
Minister  ol  Public  Works.   Thu  Hospital  Board ol Directors, the Bevel -
stoKe Progress Club, uud other   1'uli- [
lie bodies, will mute m extending the
honors of the city to our distinguish
ed  visitors  on   this  auspicious  occasion, ami invitations will be extended
to  a number  of  prominent  people to
be present.
Mr. W. Vi. Foster, who left Hevelstoke on Monday evening, to attend
the annual meet oi the Canadian Alpine 1 lun at Castle .Mountain hopes to bring back with bim the Olub]
outinf. a number oi' Influential and
prominent visitor,   who   he     thinks1
JULN1UK   LrlLlllluilt
famous Sapperton ..union Team
to Visit uevelstoke Aug. id
Word has just been received that
the lam.rn.-. and clever little bunch ol
lucrosse players Irom the banks of
thu Fraser, wlll agaiu tour iln- Inter
ior uu.l are asking for a game hero ou
August Mth or lath. All wtio wit -
in - ."ii the game last year betweeu
un: Sapperton junior twelve and our
locui boys, have pronounced it tuu
uest lacrosse served up in Kevelatose
lol some tune, and tbere is uo Uoubl
oi a reeoiu crowd witnessing ilie
game ol tbis season, aa noiu team*
will lie older and luster, und what
that bunch of youngsters Iroui the
Coast do uot know about lacrosse is
not worth kuowing,
Kevelstoke players Bhould get out
at one.' and put iu a lot ul good.
hard practice, Boas to bo in the best
oi Bbapu to stand the pace, [or their
opponents are tne best lacrosse aggre
guliuu in junior lacrosse In 11. C,
und tbat means the world.
Such well known players us J. Ual
ey, 11. Cordon, M. Muck, I). Culdcr,
BJ. Bobbins, T. Little, Don Ualdei,
E. Dickey, lt. Fraser, u. Daniels, A.
Mcliarter, 11. Cooke uud uil others
wbo play in the ichool leagues should
turn out, us only the bust men will
be chosen, ability as u player is what
is wuuted uud tbat ouly will get the
players u pluce on the team to be
chosen to represent Revelatoke uguiu-
st the champion team ol B.C., which
pluy   here on  August Hth  or 10th,
will be induced to make the nscont
to tbe summit ol Mount Revelstoko,
and  may   possibly   take   pari   in      the
ceremonies oi corner stone laying und
sod   tin huh:.   00   the   10th   ol   August.
Doubtless His Worship the Mayor
ol Revelstoke, will proclaim a publio holiday,   in   honor of tbe occasion.
To celebrate tbu iluy, it IB propos
ed to hold a monster picnic in I ho
vicinity of the place while tbc lirsl
sod will be turned, o tithe banks of
the Columbia river, where every natural advantage oilers for holding ail
outing of this kind. Those who enjoy seeing nature's beauty at its best
Will have tho opportunity of taking
the trip Up the old wagon road   w here
one of the prettiest views iu British
Columbiu may bc found, which taken in 'he country ut thc mouth of
the .Ionian river and the long stretch
of the Columbiu river, with the Big
Kddy which can bc seen tit great advantage from this high elevation; tbe
view sweeps over a large stretch ol
beautiful country, covering the tract
of (arming lund lying north-east of
the Cl'.;;. bridge, the race truck uud
Columbia Park. The road ut this
point will he thoroughly cleared by
Supt, of Roada Kd. Trimble, in preparation for the festivities of the
I'lb, enabling the picuicers to take
full advantage of this pleasant trip,
which is particularly adapted for
horse buck  riding.
Thc Progress Club, Hospital Board
Board Ol Trade, Civic officials, and
other public bodies, are expected to
work together in unison, with a view
to making this celebration a tremendous success.
AN ENTHUSIASTIC MUTING
Kevelstoke Poultry and Pet Stock
Association
A leal livv meeting of the Revel
sioke Poultry au.l Pet stock Associa
tion was held in the city hall on
I'ucsday evening,
President  Mathie took the chair at
8:110 p.m.  and got promptly  down to
business.    Secretary   U.K. It.   Smyth
read the minutes ol previous meeting
held   .lune   115th,   Which   wet.    ado;,ted.
Tbe Secretary's reporl showing a
new membersnip list oi six names
added sine the last meeting, wus cu
iliiisiusticully  adopted.
CUJIMI .mi a 1'IONti
ILRED?
.THEN A CUP OF
"BELL BLEND  TEA"
will refresh you with its   bright,  spicy
flavin and (ragrancy.    Sold iu 1 lb.
lead packages.
Price, 35c, 40c. and 50c. per lb.
G. W. BELL
P.|0. Box 208
GROCER & BAKER
Phono No. 23
PIANDS PLAVtR PIANOS
Sheet Music and all kinds of
Small c^VIusical Goods
Call and Inspect
Music Store, McKenzie Ave.
Merchants heme
The Ketuii Merchants Associutiou
ure going to i..u.i their annual picnic
ou Wednesday the Hth duy ol Aug -
ust, at Calms Creok, The s.s. Hevelstoke hus been chartered by the mer-
cbuuts, and wiil leave ut 8 a.m., returning to lievelstoke tbe same evening. Accommodation is limited to
10U persons, and tickets can Ire Ob-
| turned at the nominal price of $1.1H)
leach  from  the  city  merchants.
The committee huve arrangements
underway, to send up a party ot
pioneers for the purpose of clearing
| aud preparing the camping ground,
and it is requested that uil picnickers
will provide theil own luncheons, the
Association furnishing lea, coftee, etc
0D the grounds. Sport- of all kinds
will   be  indulged  In   snd  a grand  time
is expected.
The ladles ol  our eity are request
ed tO la> .11 a stuck .,1 household supplier previous to this date, as all
stores m town will be closed (oi this
j ami ial   event.
,.   Bi wl"  lol   i ta
■ I ning   cb  "Imi.       soli   lriuks,
..am aud bruits.
building   Ihfie   for   Home   . s 11 ii classes
NKW   MIOMBHRS.
'I'lie   following   names  were  subinill
,1 I'm   membership ami  unanimously
lei-totl:
IU, I'Yey, Vi. Creech, .1. Iliiine. .1.
Kiasei, A, Bennett and Vi. II. Horn
bin.
NKW  BUSINESS,
\   bulbil   to  lill   the   vacancy on  the
oxootith uiised by  the     resignation
I Mr.   ti'.M.  Woodland,  resulted     In
eleeti r Mr. w.ii.  Horobin.
Mi. Ballard movod the adjournment
il   8 bri  p in.
.lust  as the meel Ing adjourned, i tie
ii.'iiiniau requested all members, who
through      inuilvci h uiv      bud   allowed
their annual membership fee of $1,00
in "ii iu arrears tor tbo present yea
to kindly remit same to tho Secretary  as early as possible.
Various communications   were read
ami   ordered   answered   or  Bled.
A letter Irom Mr.  l.lt. lerry, call
Ing attention to tbe necessity ior til
Ing  the exact  dates of proposed    (all
snow  on or   belore  August  Bth,      was
considered.
ii. Siegfried—Wo bave to decide, l
consider we should hold the show uiul
obtain the governmenl grunt; oiu
shows huve lieen u success in tbe
pust.
Mr. Kleeiham—1 thiuk we should
COI t.iiuly   bold u show.
w.ll.    Horobin—What is the grant
Mr.  I'lecihum—Lust year Wit).
W.ll.   Horobin—Din   show   will   be
much  linger aflair  this yeur  uud    we
should      be  uble  to obluiu  a   higher
giant.
II. Siegfried—We should get *M« at
least.
W.H. ll..i..:.,n moves, Siegfried sec
ouds, thut the government be usked
for  u grant ol   |K60,    Curried  unanimously,
Secretary H.li.it. Stuythe—Thc dut
es  h.M'd   Ioi   tlie  full  show  ure      Dec
ember loth, nth mid lath.
Sec. Symthe—We might consider
asking the government to send one of
their lecturers to uddrcss this usso -
ei.ition; und u letter should he sent
to .Mr.  Terry,  government supervisor,
Motion put und carried unanimously.
COMMITTEES.
II. K. B. Smythe—I do not think
there ure any reports to receive; one
matter should tie attended to und
that is for this association lo ap -
Poiut a new committee to interviow
thc Agricultural Association and us-
certuiu when there prize list etc. for
the full fnir is to be issued und how
the  Poultry  section  is to be run.
Motion carried accordingly uud a
committee ol the members present
named,
w.   ii, Horobin   Is 11 the intention
of tbc I'ot Stock association  to  hnve
uny   Other daises  except  poultry;   sun
fm  Instance,    cats,    dogs, etc.     if
classes   for   dogS   C'.ilbl   1)0   lln'l inlftd,   ll
... . Iers rie nun ior ol outside i en-
' tries could be secured.
Mr,  K.ecthaiu - Xlivii- u mini. M   a
Those Press Men
On Monday last, Itevelstoke was in
vadud by a small army of newspaper
men und  their Indies,  being a portion
oi thc Alborta and B.C, frees Association convention, who after spending a whirlwind session ut Nelson,
travelled home via the lakes uud
main line city.
Among tlie party were such well-
known luminaries ol Western journal-
Ism as Mr. Ceo. lt. W'estland of the
Province, Innisvail; K.W. (lalbiuiUi,
Advocate, Red Deer; A.C. Hathaway,
of the Chronicle, Crosstiold; .1. ll.
Woods, Herald, Calgary; tieo. Gordon, Herald, I'ouoku; U.K. Osmond,
Pioneer, Didsbury; CK. Hays, Uulle-
tiu, Kdmonton; 0, 11. Stour, News
Plain Dealer, Kdmonton; A.It. Kuuis
representative, Le Due; i-i.lt. Smith,
Miller and Richards Supply House,
Culgury; V. Chapman, Stnrr Gulden;
IV.B. McClure, lleview, Creston; Mr.
W'udell, News, Lethbridge; A.J. Jennings, Journal, Kdmonton, uud 1'resi
dent of the Association; u.A. lluckell
Toronto Type Supply House, Cal -
gary; Miss Kouche, Butteiicks Fashions, Winnipeg, uud others.
After long wandering iu a desert of
editorials and printers ink these
knights of the loiii'th estate and beeu
let loose from their various chairs to
kick up their heels for a few duys urn
id the matchless scenery of Uritish
Columbiu. The convention ut Nelson
was one continual round ot pleasure,
a portion  of   ihe   members  felt  unable
to stand a further strain of .-.uch unbounded conviviality, and beat. it.
hack for the wheal fields viu the
Crow, whitest their constitutions wero
still worth preserving, but these other adventurous souls, detenu,ned to
Btu) With il lo the bitter end, and
nsk the Hospitality of ltevelstuke Ioi
tlle linul joy- of a rule over tbe seen
IC lockies.
The p.uiy arrived at Revelstoke on
tbe afternoon train, some were still
unrecovered from the etfects ol Nelson hospitality, and rested for lhe
remainder of the afternoon, in the
shade of the C.P.R. hotel verandah,
nut a party of some dozen cneigetc
souls, in company With members ot
ihe Hevelstoke Progress Club, made a
tour of tbe town. At the V.M.I'.A.,
a Uery game of baseball, with .very
nody doing it, wus played; the lluil-
les uud the Supplies, played lbe Sem
is ami Weeklies, it wus a wonderful
exhibition. Director Thompson suid
he never saw such pluys. The Dailies
uere defeated, but claimed they hail
been handicapped by the Umpire who
was grossley biassed iu tavor of the
Semis. Alter some uwe inspiring per
forniuiices on the rings and appui'al-
us, the party Indulged In a swim uud
then quietly strolled buck to the ho
tei for a well earned and much needed Bupper,
Alter supper the purty ou the iuvi-
tutioii of the I'rogiess Club, were taken for au automobile drive rouud
the  van,un. sights of  the  district aud
spent a pleasant evening, leaving per
Pullman on the midnight nam    lor
Culgury.
pr
MIDSUMMER DISPLAY OF
Blue De Roi Dinner Service
Our window will show you the exquisite appearance and quality of this handsome ware.
Can be bough! in Bets or broken lots.
Superior quality.   Moderate price.
('all and sit tiieiii.
HARDWARE—Our stock includes all the
necessities. Oil Stows, Carpel Sweepers, Motor
Washing Machines, hand power Washing Machines, Garden and Farming Tunis, .McClary's
Famous Steel Ranges, Kitchen Utensils of all
descriptions, Shell'ami Heavy Hardware.
PLUMBING —Vmi can ho Bupplied with all
requirements in this department.
Steam Fitting, Tinning and Sheet Metal Work.
BOURNE BROS,
Corner First Street and Campbell Avenue.
te
Grocers
Hakuvvaiu-;
Plumbing
TlNSMITIIIN1'
J3
GREEN   VE( SETABLES
Green Peas, per lb                                                .. 10c
Green Golden Wax Beans, per Ib.             10c
New Celery, 2 lb. for             25e
Cherries, per basket title
Raspberries, 2 boxes for  25e
John McIntyre «s. Son
First Street. Telephone No. 93
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
i     i
SWIFT'S
f §sjfl
PREMIUM HAMS    £Bk.
AM) BACON
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
I   MIDSUMMER CLEARANCE SALE
? 01 MEN'S AND HOYS' SHIS
I NOW IN FULL  SUING
These prices should persuade you to have a
look at the Clothing, and the qualities will
convince you that you  are  saving money.
King's Prize
I'riviiti! PlUtoO, ol the QtUnt'l
We tiiniiHLtT Killed, wun tlle KiOg'l
nriac with a score ul 886 uut ol u pun
Hi I.ii' iiiii.   The prize c   i,   ul (1360
a r.nlil medal, gold badge ami llie
rille he lined, Iwsidcs ihe money pru-
sa lur lhc various stagi...
$30 OU Suits Now $25 00
$27 00 Suits Now $22 00
$25 00 Suits Now $20 00
$12 00 Suits Now $ 9 00
$ 7 50 Suits Now $ 5 00
$ 5 00 Suits Now $ 3 75
$22 Suits Now $17 50
$20 Suits Now $15 50
$15 Suits Now $11 00
$10 Suits Now $ 7 50
$ 6 Suits Now $ 4 25
S 4 Suits Now $ 2 95
Alpine Auto Road
The pluus ii.-i outlined in u previous
i'.:.ii". lur lhe Mount Kevelstoke Al -
pine Semis Autu ltuad, huve linen
ii IM 'i ui ed wllh Nome lu l noi altera -
lions hy LflngUNer .1. 1'. Kurdo, aud
work on the art nal construction ol
the mad will be commenced imine.l -
iately.
it ia staled that tho work wlll be
comparatively cheap. aa there ie very
i.uie   .ninl rock along the route;tha
road   lies  almost  cnt'iri'ly   in  a forma
tion ol decompoeed granite wbich en
abii'l a hint i I huh road to he built al
a very lo*. tzpenM, Government Agent Gordon bu* received Instruction!
to prue "'I     .nii the work at once,
now li .      lbe      plant   have   heen  a;, ■
proved by LOnglneei i- ordo, ami gange
will lie at work within a low dayn,
alld a i uiu iileialde portion nf tbe
woik fflU iin completed tuis year.
McRae Mercantile Co.
MIL HOME Of GOOD CLOTHING
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WATCHES     \
BEST  ON   EARTH i
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C. P. K. WATCH INSPECTOR  3RH r v i'i'\i:sii\Y. .iri.v 3lst, Wi
TJLaiEiJivcA.iri-afaiEii^^Lr), eevelstok-e
WEDNESDAY,  .JULY Hist,  1912
if'-
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House on Second SLreet
S850.00 CASH
Modern Plumbing, Bath, Etc.
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
J
u-c rnailVftevaft
I"    ; '-nei.  M EDNK8DAY   imi
■ v .'I H1JA>   AT
R1VJCLBTOKX. u.  C.
I hand,    and   ein|ilia.-.i.'.e    the    heallt dully
: mm dam   appeal mice "i  i lie valley.
Continuing     southwards the     ma,I
i nn    parallel  in i Iw  llolunihlii    river
II as Inl   iih   At hi'l i.   I dislniice  ul  ap
proximately    nne hundred  miles,   toi
JnteVlOC pUbllSbillO <J011iptin\.\  tlio Ural   traversing .,  boavHj   timbei
bUnltot. .,i country   where uu Irrigation is re
JOHNHON   Manager,        tiulred.   further up     Lho    Uolumliia,
however,   Irrigation   im  necessary    Ioi
certain claeaoe ol produco,    tlie uum
lerous creeks which work their    way
into  tlie    valley   [rom    the  bills sup
-—^srr _-^ plying  all tbe  water  thai   Is required
ini   irrigation purposes.     Tho    whole
•'' l-'1    '-;    '':-       valley   in a rlose rival  ol    the    more
Famed    Ukanagau as a fruit  growing
West.in ban    district, and  is singularly  well situa
tiirlit   ''"'  '"'   ""s  i"11'!"""'.  helng sheltered
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HCRUTON,  Editor
<UNiqVjW'. i»ni i -
..    I'.NKSI
'    "I   tl:
111    II  'MM'     tt.     .-„---, .
] on hot li .-Hies hy  liivii    ranges which
'in- presenl   railway
protect   it liuin sudden changes,    anil
arrangements  aud outl.'ts,  lor  bandl    M  before  noted, having  excellenl   tm
iops ul the lioid : tural  irrigalIon,
\l   ilalena.  above    which
ft'est.
iipen,
n  iransi .iii'.n  level  country,  dotted  with  nne  trees
llhl .el llg     :■•   ':'   ■""'"'   ""'  ,'""1"1   U"^"",     :" "
stanlly ni ovldeueo und further south
.in   ■ apauded,   im mat       . ,   .
ivlicre  Hie dry   liell   is reached, extcu
'.,■      ii igat mn   is      i.eine     provided
a  m my   millions an- Bpenl    ou
Inci usini cilities al   b'ort   which  is  bringing tiiis  wondcrlul soil
iVilliati M.i'iMi:,   Luke aud   •"'"   wid«ly-recognl«ed   |)luccs ;■
■ ets  i.n   the    ""' ''"''"   """  mowing  areas ol  the
pi rn ,iiee.       At   Sim lair   creek       I ou
111 inue   i a. mi
struction  on Lho     west   end    ol    the
" ■■•    hon   ,.      ,.'!..,:   requirements,   Uniilf-Winde re  rond   Is   being car
ill        leu ing     wheat   ne,I   lol wanl,   lh
HI !• .,.'■        illd     ,:•'.:■   llg      iloel .nle    ol
tlet,
iis.". Ita   ... ■• :   thei     l III      I'.ilialna
famous Sinel.iii
lint Springs anl Sinclair Canon be
ing only two miles lip the new road.
l-'i mu tins point through i.i the thrlv
Ing   sm; I lenient     au.l   substantial   LOWS
'    ■ '■   ll"''   ni  Windermere,  tbe lake Irom    which
1 tern wheat musl  bave lound    tuWn tulrea ,,,. „ 1I1|(.     la i(| ,.,,„
■ "     ' lie advautagi      ol I ,,_,,lt   ^ „,tt,
l    u.i...i  haul,  and  ice    tree      ,, ,  ,       ,      ,,,,
Heinle        leaelnlu'
>■• estei     mi mn  route i, .
: .■   "I   tue   I'llll
pi ai . i al
,    • "•.. oi ■    uv ing,
: . rt'esteru wheal
..,!• .1 makes
:   ■    >:    : ibsoluti    !.:■' i -
.- • in I 1'oast citli
,. •   .. now the
through
till'    t.W.lhli I lllel M
the    Columbia   is   lirldged     ,.i
Mh.ilin. i.   and  access  givcu    lo    tin
ma ads .rn tiie western side. This
siiinui i   a bridge bas also  been ereel
e.l at    Spilllmacbeeu, bo that, II one
:. i be l olumbia river could
|,e crossed about hall >\a> betweeu
'.. Lieu .m.i Windi imere aud tbe
nvstcrn  hank followed,  thus     taking
nitiful  .ime  by   I Ioi se    I ■
creek,  Tony   creek,  and  othei   notald
 ii    ,     iconic interest.     The whul
sbels of wheat should      n.- pouring   ,,,„,,„.,   .„„,,„„„,„„.     Wllmvr<    Ulull
into tne markets ol in.   world.
The
[nnr  and   i'n
present situal ippoi   k   |,„ Idiugs,  is   lieing
ii   ol  Vuii    exteusively     ilevelopi
l "uce  Itu   co.npnny   providing    rrigal
rhen- requin
the tbi   .;• m.n.i     ■   -
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:" I   ., nn -■   ueyon I thi   •
'■■ ■     >    comi   ny to
.ill  ol   whom  b the
ea valley ben
idequal
.hipping a .       ation
ry for n       rhe  Bruce ra
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day, The canal, whieh was opened
up ul the ambitious era ol twenty
years ago, was constructed by H, I..
Irving, a prominent engineer, whose
engineering  teal   was  quite  successful
iiu Ij  ilune, wanting to tho perfoc
tion ni thfl undertaking being tho
shipping im  ihe express    conveyance
ol which the watlll'WIlJ had lieen
opened up.
Prom this historic landmark io
Fori Stcolo, via Wasn a dlstiiuco
ol forty miles tho Kootonay Is In
\ [ow in.-.I ol tho i Imo. This road
has licen in existence tor many years
but duping tho lusl two Ol three, and
lni'ie particularly this yeai', a sys
teiiiatic ciiini lias boon mado to
bring i lie highway up Lo standard, as
,i is now reuli'.i'il that it is bound to
tit  one "i tho principal  tourist  roads
nl   I lie   pl'i'l inee,   and I ll.lt    all   illl'r.'a.'l
ing numlier ol visitors even prior to
tiie completion ol tho Band Win l i
nacre hoc! Ion «ill Btop oil at i Jul
den mr Ci'iuibrook' to muke thfl trip
through Lhe ivotiilerful Columbia val
ley, m i'nit Steele connection is
in nie with i Iim main highway loading
llu oiigh i lie    i 'row ':■     Neat Pass   lo
Alberta,   ui thnt,    with  thi inplo
imn ni tbe Hauii Wlndonnoi'o mad
now undei' constmcl Ion md i I'lch
will    ne    completed    nexl  yenr       n
nmn.I   Irip   nl   v.i I   and   UlllMUfll   in
I sl,   pai 11, uiul Ij   lu t lm- ■   who   aie
iinfnmlllni with the glorimiB n ■■■'n
i.-i.ii .'.e.'iiMi i nt t ho Oanadino [luck
ies,  will  lie  provided,
OUR TOWN
Ol  B.C.  the gateway,
tin great   I'.I'.   railway.
i ,i Mii mn  commanding)
Attention   demanding.
That   is  our town.
Tween  prairie an.l ocean,
A  half distance portion,
Daylight   run each  way  to
Travellers rcndevousl
Visitors  town!
linn'   valley   prolific,
Donn  I,, the Pacillc
The  world's twelfth  river  flows,
Uight   pasi   our very doors.
Columbia's town.
Green  forests  sun minding,
i'h,   i nt nm sides crowning,
Ureal  suiiiw peaks rising,
To Heaven aspiring,
Beautiful  town.
Broad   valleys  beguiling,
In  bright sunshine Biniling,
Well  sheltered  and  watered,
ll.,id rich held and ..I. hard,
I I.Ulleseekl'ls    town.
Mei.ils pi eclolls and  hn
Pound   in gravel and  place,
i liunl   und  dynamlti.
Una.: them to bui lu e light,
Mining  l lamp luli'li.
Pushing  tlie  forest    hack,
Many 's   i lie  lumber jack,
Keeling   i be  circular,
Im III!,., s     : i
own,
.nn.
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the I . ■ nf the ral
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u i • .       »lde   and
r ■ . ■ ■,.  ten  to    '
•ifuily park-
east Ol the
Rot kle*  I       • peaks,
• i rugged Selkirks
narrowing the   hortfem,    The nmrrr
italne. •   i • '"'"
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• mi   pre en ■• ol
t of  .,    rl- ■
pal t,   and   1*   lull   a   n iiiimI, :      nt     Uie
reci m     ip, ii ,   Orohmnn
promotei nf the   '• •   * In   opt ni i  he
r,,r tht purpose of   connecting
v. Indermei ■ lake   »i*h tl ti n,
nvcr, mid Una providing , cnntlnu
.aii And r pa eage Irom Lhe United
-'t,',i,'H t,, Hidden, in return lor hm
.,(.ii", .an.i the financing "t the
ehenie obtaining a very large ri ml
nf land  frnm the |0V« nmenl    ol tbt
IMLCYJii NOTES
K.ro~tr-y^
RESOLVED T^AT
YOO DO NT HAVE TO HUNT
ARound for BARGAINS
EVERYTHING  IS A
I^ARCAIN IN OUR STORE.
BU5TEH BRoWKl
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HURRY!!   HURRY!!
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HUNTINO   UAVbAiNi
Only Three More Day of Sale
We Close  for   Good   Saturday   Night   +;
BARGAINS  EVERYWHERE
I McLennan SrCo. %
t|H$t^i$>f$t^f|ifM>^l$ll|lttlt|ll|ll|l^tIlltlltll|ll|ll|llIlltllXl
trout was broughl lu yestcrduy by a
party from near si. Leon. The ash
ing at fallstail is alsu good. About
eight enthuslastli Usherinon leM tins
a.m. ni lioyd's Launch.
A  piiiiniuent  governmenl  otHcial ol
Revelstoke bad u han   raising expel
lence here Friday night, when ll e had
a vi-ii innii i, hear in liis room in
the Halcyon hotel, when most ol Uie
guest,, were tripping the ligln fnntas
tic in the ball room. Kd. who was
feeling u little the worse for wear,
retired to ned, just when bo was ab
out to get in Ins lntle hunk, Mr.
Hi inn   nn..     was  appareutly  gettin
ium. st-roilod into Ins r    an.l
the wild siiniii- ni mn  fin'n.l brought
. nn e   to   .i Slld.len    eln e   and      .1
to see  i'.d.     in    his
nighl  robes     anding  on the uressci,
with a lamp   ,11   Ins   hand  and  exei
.1 lash.mi   Ilt   lor     all
i.n the wai  path.     v.lien Mrs.
Boyd arrived bruin wh,. wai out lor
game spoil -d b)
■:  bis  boss and    <fa
:     sal pointed    and
i;.i. needed something
ig  than  Halcyon wa
S and  would imt
prominent  real   m-
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I   i.l,Iled     With    Kd.      Ilil.I
sale   near lenielery.- H.N,   Counter.
The  "Sugar  Howl"   lee cream     i
nm.in passed,
j     li   acre g'»'d  land   tm   sale  near ti.
I'll,  hotel.—II. N. Coursier.
Two splendid lota on north sale ol
Blxth Streot, (760 cash (or both.—H.
N.   ('olirsier.
MU8IO—MIM Johnson, pupil of A.
Miller, K.it.A.M., London, ih prepur-
1 ed to take a limited nmuher of pup
1 ils   for   tuition   In   iiuiBlr.   Kor   temiB
apply ut the resideuce ol .1. K.
1 Johnson, first Iioiihc west of the bos
pltal,   Kirst. street.
Sewing Machines
A nice new stock of Singer and Wheeler Wilson Sewing Machines
For S le or Hire
by the month at Manning's.
All kinds of machine needles
stocked.
H. MANNING,   Agent.
Brown,
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IL W. EDWARDS
TAXIDERMIST
Animal    Rugs,   Game
Heads and Birds
Mounted
P.O.Box X Revelstoke
E.   G.    BURRIDGE
Tinsmith Repairs, Hot Air, Pipe
and Furnace work
WORK    8HOP
Connueglil   Avo.    -    Rovolstobo
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k   !■■, ra   •        \    \   Bui
Mi      i ni" Hurtoi , M       ii    Murphy
II    \       Melin ,■       i
'     Mi     0   i. •!•■        Buffalo
then
n   ' ii    mall    'I   nn    , •   i■, los   tbc
, i BJ •      A    |i oi   hrook
Public Notice
* ..• given thai
■ thf Ki'-i im    ol     tht
  ly of   Iti'velHtoke
it success.   Were it not (• Olliei   ol  I
i'. I     ..,1 'i
ich ,n thi
Admiiiil   a-.. il'l  Mill   I*.  l„y   .
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BUSINESS LOCALS
n >11v el .nn' PhMolatd,
■ n   Bowl.
i,i aom (nut land lot
I .,1 ,..,1
toki,   .,1
n ,,f I in,Min.nn i.v the iuue ol
tO   deflHV    I mi I    tO    thl
i "i 1 nr ituiii   ill       ni ta
u nl li".   and   ,'i'Wi'r   COI ie ' '
footed Julj  '"'h
II    11    KKi S"l.|i...
KctuimiiK (JIIlc.T.
WOOD for SALE
400 Cords ol" First-Class Hemlock and Cedar for
summer or winter delivery, 16 or 18-inch and 4-lt.
Order by Telephone No. b2.
Tonka Farm     -    W. C. CALDER
^BMH mill
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
sm IttlMUND WALKER. C.V.O., 1.1..H., D.C.L., Prnldcnt
ALEXANDER LAIRD JOHN AIKH
(ii'iu'i'id Milliliter As-.Ml.int GonSTSl Mimnlfrr
CAPITAL, $15,000,000
REST, $12,500,000
TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES
lisin'il h\- The Cnnndian Bnnk of Commerce ennble lhe traveller to
provide himself with lnmls wilhoul delny tit ench point of his journey in
a convenient yel inexpensive manner, They nro issued payable In every
country in the world in denominations of
$10,   $20,   $50,   $100,   $200
with the exact equivalent in the moneys of the principal countries stated
on the face of ench cheque,     They nre economical, absolutely sale self-
identifying' and easily negotiated. 8.3
REVELSTOKE    BRANCH — F.  M. GIBSON. MOR
Our Doctors Anti-Septic Shoe is Proving a Winner
This last is filling a long felt want and its waterproof qualities are standing the test.
We carry a full line of the famous Pene-
tang Shoe pack and all kinds of rubber footwear.
Once a customer always a customer. Satisfaction guaranteed.
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
Boot nnd Shoo Repairers,
Snilillors
Harness Makers
Mcstcvn   IRcsiccntial Schools
(Uihtinctly Chi i-.ii m    Non-Dc no mutational)
BRAEMAR
A  high-claw,   i rsnli-uii.il   ft ml ilny
BChool  ln|   l;u Is ol   .ill   ;ii:rv
SliaufclincsBy li»ii;ln>.   \ tutcuuvcr,
Littrge urouwlH,   iiitiKt'illcvut   build
in^s, with  everj   iM««.hi 11  lippliiincr
(or heultli and comfort,
blafl   uuequahed; everj*  teacher ;i
Bpecial int lu iier own Ueportuieut*
LANGARA
A residciilinl \" day school for boys
Kifteeii atn-s, nd joining Shau^huesay
lUi^hts, Vancouver*
Hiiildiugs embodying llu- latest
Ideas in school structures to accommodate 300 boys.
tidncational standard of the highest.
l-'ull provision for athletics,
Doth school* open thiv Autumn.    For |jarticulam uddrcua
in:    K. II. Mrl.AUK.N,    Stam,i:\   I'm w l. VANCOI VKM,    II. < \
Sash, Doors. Mouldings' Turnings
W   tire in the manufacturing business
Sash,  Doors. Mouldings,  Turnings, Show
Cases,   Ofhce  and  Bar   Fixtures,  Screen
Doors and Windows made to order and all
kinds ol repair work done in good order.
We have a lull line of building supplies, lime
cement, plaster, Hard Wall Finish, bricks,
Sewer Pipe, Plaster Plaster Board, Roofing
cTVletal, Lath and all kinds of Glass, Oils,
Paints, Varnish, all colors and tints.
Much pleasure in quoting anything in the
Building Line.
REVELSTOKE  SAl.i ANU DilOR FACTORY
P. O. Box 295, Kevelstoke, B. C.
RAPID  TRANSIT
NEW TRANSFER BUSINESS
JUST OPENED
Wc inuki' a Specialty of the rapid trunsit of Trunks and
Light Loads.   Give Us a Call.
Ajlueut abrahamson
REVELSTOKE, B.C.
Day Phone—No. 44. Night Phone-229
JUST   OPENED
)KE OYSTER AND
A New Short Order Restaurant and Eating House
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s THE REVEL8I0KE OYSTER AND CHOP HOUSE}
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Only  White   Cooks   Employed        *
Have had 15 years experience as a caterer _%
T            Keguldr $5.25 Meal Ticket for five Dollars.
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J J. Pappos and J. Chitsas,     ■     Proprietors
tA MacKonzi* Avenuo, Revolstoke, B, O
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\ WKDNKSDAY,  JULY 31st,  H»12
THE MAIL-HERALD,   REJVBJLSTO'KZTdD
WEDNESDAY, Jl'I.Y 31st, l'Jll!
MALAKWA
TOWNSITE
Lots in the new townsite ot Main
kwii «ra now on tlio market at prices
ranging Irom *7,ri to $175. These luls
aro all high anil dry ami the regulation size. , lalj
Reasons Why You^
Should Buy in   _,
Malakwa
Tbi« new town is just about li.ilf
way between lievelsloku nud .Salmon
Arm, being a trille over BO miles
from either place. It is t, natural location lor a town, being surrounded
by a highly rich farming district..
Lots in this townsite cau be purchas
ed on long terms so that a purchser
belore he has really paid Ior his lots
will have mude a good prolit on his
investment.
Business Opportunities
There is a grand opening for hotels
and other br uohes ol business, including a barber siioo, shoe muk.r,
drygoods and gents furnishings, aud
all other  lcgitim.it,'  businesses.
T
Wow on tlie Market
CP.R. Passes
Through Townsite
Station and Side Tracks
Already Installed
GET IN ON THE GROUND FLOOR
Buy Early
The lirst one hundred tots s,.i.i will
lie at the low prices uf 17,". t . JIT.'.
These lots will Ini reuse one hundred
per cent in n lew months time, II
\ on tail to secure »ne blame yourself
when  paying higher  prices later on.
Industries Already
Started
Already industries are being located here. The first keen business cou-
cern to grasp thc golden opportunity
ol locating at this townsite will be
a large shingle mill, operated by
Spokane parties. This mill will be
operated by waler power.
Preparations are also being made
to install a wuter power sullicieut to
operate an electric plant or any other
industry that may come in.
For further information, apply to
Hessrs. JohiiBton and Haycock, Malakwa, B. C.
. . 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 i ontincnt Our.record of cures
of rheumatism and other chronic cumplaints 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
HJl'ST NKWW REPAIRED
RATES,     .     $1.50 PER DAY
Weekly snd monthly rates to be Arranged.       Meal rickets, 21 meals lor 56.00
FIRST STREET, WuIVKIaSTOKE. B. C.
A. 1'. I.BVESQUB, Proprietor
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Laughton C& Tapping, Props First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
Eunpean Plan
Open Day and Night. - Meal Tickets, $6.00
MONTHLY ^OARD
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Bt:st Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a duy.    Monthly rate.
•X.   ALBEET     STOiLTE      PROP
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged  and Improved.    First-Class in every respect.    All modern convenience!
Large Sample Uouiiih.
Rat'-s $2.00 per day        Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke. B.C.
PRESS MORE
POWERFUL
Nelson,    July   27—That   lie   believed
,„, t„  the estimate ol  the minister  ot   Patrons  must  bave ad  copy  at
flnance, and  promisee to again break  office as above apecbed.	
all records.
this
Not Consistent
NOTICE
Revelatoke Laud District.
B       District .,.' vsist Kooteuuy.
  As a  rule  union  men  are     touchy      Take notice  tnat   1    Owen  lloyec ol
„ _juld do more (or the public in a (about tbeir own label, but forget tbe Green* i,  H.r.,  occupation,    hotel
newspaper ofllce than in the House]others when ,t touches their owu proprietor, intend tu apply or per-
ol Commons was the declaration ot pocket. Outaide ..( the narrow con. mission t.. purchase the following deft'.A.  Buchanan,   M.I'.,  proprietor    ,.f  tines  ol  then   ..wu  union nearly     all  scribed lands.
the Lethbridge Herald, one ol the men are .scabs. Tbe Vaucouver Truth Commencing at a post plunted at
newspaper men attending the alberta j has tins  to say  on ihe subject: ibe North  West Corner,     being     ten
an.l   Eastern   British  Columbia   Press
HOTEL CLIMAX RESTAURANT
OPEN NIGHT AND DAY™
Strictly  First Class
Rooms Single, cn Suite
and with Bath
in ni i i  ii
White Help Only Employed
Board by the Day or Week
Night Restaurant—Short Order
W. C.  BATCHELOR,       -       cTWanager.
Rosedene Nurseries
Revelstoke. B. C.
House Plants, Ferns, etc.
Cut Flowers, Roses, Carnations, etc
Thos. Newell, Prop.
Designs Box 51 Phone 295
UNION HOTEL
ARKi.lWHBAl). B. U.
Special Attention given to commercial
mm snd loiiri»t«. Klrst-c larni sampl.
roon>«. Fluent wenrry in llrilish Colnin-
bin   QVSflonklng I'pper Artou l.nko
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer     Draying
Handling Pianos a Specialty
Convention, who was yesterday a
guest   of  the Canadian  Club at limcli-
mi.ii and delivered an address on ibe
mission ol a newspaper. The luncheon was Lhe most successful ever held
by the Nelson Canadian Club and the
large dining room ul the strathcona
hotel was too small to seat all those
anxious to attend. That high ideals,
fearlessness in criticism antl pohticul
Independence within the party are
chief elements in the financial success
of a newspaper was the key-note of
thc address. Newspapers were hi
business to make money, he said, and
the liest way to make money is to
Bght  lor   the  peoples'   Interest.   News
paper criticism   was   not   personal.
I'ublic men must be prepared to accept criticism. It heljied tbem und
allied their work.
He was proud of thc power of the
press ami of the manner In which
newspapers   spent   large  sums  in   the
"We were approached ibe othei da] chain   .-..st ■•( the Bouth West ii.ru
by   a gentleman   by   the   uamc   ol   Mr. er  ol Timber l.uwt  No.  .J1233, tbenC*
.stark, who is one of  the  business ag cast 40 chains, thence south iu chains
ruts for the Carpenters' Council. Mi. thence west 4u chains, tbence   i,..itb
Stark  requested   tbat  the  union  lulwl it) cbains to  point  nt coinmeu.'eiiiUt.
■Hth  June.  1912.
OWEN BOYBr..
Ueorge Bouchard, A tic nt.
Ml^
Interests of the public. M
The   church   and   press   were  closely  clla8<!  aca1' clothes
allied,  declared   Ilev.   U.S.  Logic, who      iM"":   *•   couclude we   might     Say
moved   a vote  ol   thanks.       It    never   lll«l   **   <*"«•   ,luw" °»   lb<:      1'ubor
pays   to   quarrel   with   a     newspaper |Templs   one  morning last   week    and
we  saw  lour  Chinamen   industriously
cleaning   up  portions ol  thut  Temple
be placed ou The Truth.    As this pa- 1    Hated
per  is  printed in a union otlice, there
wus uo objection to that. Uul, io an
Inquisitive mood,   we asked Mr. Stark
if  he hud  tlie  union  label on  bis  I
thes.   That  gentleman blusbmgly ...
nutted   thut he hadn't,      Neither was
it  iu   his   bat,   and   we suppose  ,i    be
hud  examined  his      boots  the      same
thing   would  huve applied,    ul   I
Mr.  Sturk      would    uoi  purchase the
paper   without   the label  on it,   hut he
certainly had     purchased ins clothes |
without     mi)   lais'l  on  them.     This
ulso   applies   t"   his   but.   CoBtUteDC)
does  not seem   i<j  play   u very    high
figure  in the    uuion labor movement,
hut  It is uk.nd oi  ujoke in  the d,(-   al  puWU auct,ou  ^   ^
lerent   union   organizations   of      this
city that thoy  pay every  ugeut good
union  money, so   that  be can      pur
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AUCTION    SA1.K    OF    TUBER
BBRTH cu\EltlN'ii DOMINION
LANDS.
The ught lo cut Uiubci uudei i.e
ease on berth No. Oiu, cuuipr.siug
the follow.Ug luud* .;. the l'rovilice
of   Uritish   Culumbiu,   will   be   otlere.i
editor,   he said.
A   business  meeting  In  the morning
a  trip  to the  Slocan  pool,  where, in  Th*   UI"on  mKn
two hours'  lishing, the. newspapermen 'de,in uUt u"'"
caught  fifty line rainbow trout, an in ' "•*••  Ht,,rt  to
■paction   of   the     Iionnington     power
plant  und  u smoking  concert in    the
evening   were   included   in   the      day's
program   of   entertainment.
Today a trip will be made to Kaslo
the lllue Hull, thc oldest mine In tho
Kootenuy will be inspected, and the
convention will conclude with a dinner ut the Kootsnay Lake Tourist
hotel.
of   tbis  city      should
owu  houses     Iwforc
clean other people's,
aud we sbuddei to think .•( ths i'"»
nihilities thai might happcu if this
Chinese Incident were to spread jQC
strong, enough to include thc cleaning ^ ix-cembcr
out of thc loom in which those godly i-epicsentativcs ol the Socialist
uud l.W.W. organ!nations deliberate
on  tbc ,iil.iii , of state."
ol M.IOO.OO, Including the cost ul survey,  at  -   u clock   P.M.,   on  Wedues
day,   the   mil  October,   1912,    at    the
offlOS   the  Dominion  Timliei   Ageut  at
Kamloops.
Timber Uertb No. 0)0, situute ln
lbe I i..v.u'v ul Uritish Columbia, iu
i'owush.p -u. Itauge I, Wesl ut tb.
bth   Mendiau,  comprising   two  blocks
Covering      appro*.mutely   port.uua  u!
Notice to Advertisers
Sections lu,  11,  14,^83 uud 22,     aud
coutuiuing  uu area  of      1.54     square
mileo,     mute    or    less,  as shown ou
plan   of  survey   thereof   upprohed    bj
Stirvcyoi   lieneral.   dated   mc  tth
l'Jll, aud ol record    in
the  Timber und   llroziug  Draich     ol
, the   Department ol   tbe  Interior.    Islands  wbicb muy occur in   jodlsl   of
water withiu this  berth arc ccuded.
A license     will   not  lie  issued until
j the  lull  amount ol  tbe  purcbase price
i and  tbe ground     rrntul lur  t.,e lirst
All  changes  of udds  must  he     left   year,  have been  puul.
at  tbis  ollice one  full  day nnd u half      Tbe conditions of   payment,  rate Of
ut  least  before  publication duy.   Par-   rental,     etc.,    are    contained   in  tbe
ties  frequently   come  In just  a.-.      tn  Timber   Kegulatiuns,   a copy   ol whicli
ure  going to  press  and  want an    ad   muy   be secured on application to the
Changed      which   will   take  aii   expert ' undersigned, or  to the Crown  limber
printer  hall a day to change. The   Agent    at    Kamloops.    A   blue  print,
public  are quits   unreasonable in    all | showing      tbc   location  ol   tbe   berth
matters     iiertaming    to the printing   will  be furnished on  application.
business.    Sucb  ns  bringing  in  au or p. Q,   KKYKS,
wanting Hln anj Becritary.
W. J. Lifihtburnc, Prop j Phone 42 -   Night Phone 85c
Revenue Record
Ottawa, July 27-The Dominion
government, owing to the buoyant
revenue and accumulation ol a surplus on the consolidated account, will
probably pay oil the loan of *7.:ioo,-
000  which  comes due on   August   02th.
lt hears interest at I per cent..,
which  Is u little higher   thnn  the pre-
vailnu: late, owing lo the dot  that it j '"r Job   work  and 	
was negotiated In 1907, the panic year hour's time,   in order to provide lor j Department ol she Interior,
Thc revenue  tbi»  year,  coming lullyjndi appearing in issue wanted,     ourj Ottswa, July 1*, WEDNESDAY, JULY .'i-t   un.
THE  IvdZ^lL-SrEl^^riD^I^E-VELSTOKrE
WEDNESDAY, JUL" 31st, 1912
THE MALAKWA MUSE
Our  correspondent   Informs us  that
Malakwa     ti.m   "struck    tbe   poetic
chords" in his nature, and tbat when
out pbers,  these
•  . .nne i.i bim,  though     prev ous
■in Dg  :..  Malakwa  be  would no
'..M ■■   : !,,    ghl   . :   ft :  I .1).'   poetl)
tluiu a skunk     would   have suug tbe
ditty on    ■- nee\ Lavei
Betwi Junctb      ind Rev
elstoki .
Lies ... pis will     a ij   a rival
provoke,
And about  whii       irlj    ctl lore     oft
s; oke.
So thej   ; I theii   tenti al
Malakwa i
■ l| ... ■   ■        followed   ill   1 III .1     ,\,il,e,
ti the.fail   valley   t"
i   :     imi in i bail us
make.
So hm >   piti lied  theii  tout ■ al
Malakwa
•.. ..    ami n       ... I    Km I.
from  Until ■■■'■   ine Une,
An : oasl   "these
1      ■ u whit ti   regi et oi
repini.
i    .- ■       id   ] itched their
ten;-  al   Malakwul
Ni iv.  listen      A'hu    otheri   are  doing
cai
Ti    lo yi      ell i md tbe (ouuti >
too i
i'or    this     i lardi     i :    Eden  has yet
i. ..»i  .      youi
Si   , iti;. your   ■ at at Malakwa
.  : .   : he     .'.    ■
ment ol ol hers   abide,
For tbey an       ■        und coming ilus
way   ■
And  ■ ie  long  it «.ii   be  too  late    to
decide.
So pitch j        tent al Malakwa
/=
Tl
LUKtiMOtiUt-
Revi. itoke,  U.i .    J ulj   2i, 1912
.   . '       Ma    Hei
Deal    Sir,    IVill  you  kiudlj     allow
me  spai e toi    i lev,    . mai lm ..;   inti i
est   to  tbe ratepayers  ol  this city in
r val iu  ■■■ , ipei.   in regard tu the
repoi.   ol meetings   ol   tbe     citj
.    .      .   .,;...    ''It-:,   di ui
.l^ A'ltb uu increased are protection
and proj sing to uld to ih.s end u
central  ore ball      ilh  pel hups ,i puid
:, ... -. ■
tween .. ..    tbousuud
-.:.-.    Now   ... ft   luteiesl
  -i .•.■.! miii
not   .- uld   give   us    any
in    al  pica
i to thl .::al> ,   ,t   Will   In- ftorst
. . . tbe new  in. hull
... .■ '     . ■■:,..'.
..   .   it .-..•.  men,  with equip
lomhiuatiou
■    _     ^ Invent,   ......     would
least $18,
'  ■
         : 11 ,. ■• ■
. ns 2,401
..-.■ -.-   '
taem
$18,7<W
,-■■.-. .   ,   .
■:.:i
■    ■
Are You Ready to Pay Cash for a Bargain ?
You will have the opportunity of a LIFE-TIME during our Mid-summer
SALE, when our $25,000 stock of Furniture. Carpets, Bedding and
General House Furnishings will be offered at greatly Reduced Prices
THERH ARE REASONS WHY we arc holding this sale.     We will uu prank about it.     WE NEED THE
MONEY.    We" are not going into Bankruptcy    Do not misunderstand us, but the now HOWSON  BLOCK
cost us something u> build, and we cannot soil the  BLOCK  so we must soil the  STOCK, therefore
we   have decided  to  place before you our   TWENTY-FIVE  THOUSAND DOLLAR
STOCK in order to raise TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS
Someone will get the Pick of the Bargains !     g
Ari you going lo be one of the fortunate ones ?    Now is the time to buy that  CARPET  or   RUG.    We arc prepared
to give  /,.',',     discount on any KI 'li in our large stock, and 40    on a few whioh we have carried over from
lasi year,    Thc lirst to ask for thoso RUGS will be the lit st to get them.    SEE  that  our CLERKS
give you at least 33,'■j    discount on every article in our  STORE  except  OSTERMOORE
MATTRESSES,   MARSHALL SANITARY   MATTRESSES,   SECTIONAL
BOOKCASES and KITCHEN CHAIRS.
NEVER was our Stock so large and complete in Dining Room, Bedroom and Parlor Furniture.
TWO Car  loads ol" Cioods placed on our lloor in the past ten days.
See  our  Show  Windows   this  week  for proof of the
BARGAINS we are offering.   Special values in Couches,
Carpet Squares and Rockers this week.
We are offering COOPS at prices during this SALE on which we are actually loosing monev,  BUT WE MIST
HAVI': THAT TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS.
Thanking our many  CUSTOMERS  lor iheir generous  PATRONAGE  in the past TWENTY-TWO  years of
business in REVELSTOKE, we remain, Yours sincerely,
HOWSON & COMPANY, LIMITED
1 '..j"
Ind  J     ■     ■     tbat       is  is a
-..«.■ neat, so evei •
I
it of 1
.
...--:• ails
. 1   . ■.
.-■
...... ■    .
■
,.„i,.,i,/iiiL-, sn tli.it   they run    ni'">
, ■■,. tlvelj   protect   their city,
rimnkliiK yo«,  Mr.  Bilitor, tor tins
Bpace und  trouble,   1   remain,
Viniis 11 nly.
11.  SiegfrieO.,
lining ihcM.P.'s
The  accountanl   ol   the   Housi      ol
Commons     tin   jusi  roncliuli'il     pa)
mi'iii   "i  sessional   in.I.'iiiin' .1'-  to  tlii
various  members ol   thr  pre em   pit!
1 umeiit.  'I'ho  in ill   m ijoritj   ol tl"'"1
Jraw  very   promptlj   Iml   some
wealthier clans ilelaj   payment   inJclin
u hiii'  there  are  -'-'I   meml •
Imleiiinit)   «.is  paiil  to only
iliviiiiinls.      Sii       tt .In il    1
Sir  liunilolpli  Ki
two  seal      Vi ti  ■
e.l   ;:.t   days,   then   vi
tt.iiL-     iluy 1.   A tholll
•    ■
■    •
■
Corporation  in connection  with    tho
.-. uit system "l  the Coi, iimu.
uiiKiiKAS .1 petition lms been pre
sMiiii.l  to  the   Municipal  Council     ol
Hi.   Corporation  ut  1 he ( Itj   ol   Iln
elstoke Bigued   by   the  owuers  ol    at
111 ti-iiib  .11  valuo ni  tho    n-al
pi opi t'tj   « .th.11  Uiv  1 '"i i'"i ate  limit
,.:  ih.   i',ij  ,,1      Uevelstoke us shown
hj   tho lasl   revised assessmeiil  1 ■ • l i ol
, i|   iii j.   rci|  ■ ,1   11   hy
i.i..   he .nt 1... iiiiiii im   the  purpose "t
by     the
■ i   i be     pui m    ■ above uieu
ami tt 1 u:i:i:\.- amount
«. ih.ii
I
iii|
al
til
-
'
me al
'
Ri mi   ellu
it
t II        .Ml'. ■        .•"11-
Running • \i'' i -■ -
Two ti ■,::.-. t KI pel month . J ~,2-
Two .li rare >" ,'' montb . . I, '-■
lay  to  firemen ■■        ''■'''"
14,140
By that* I jure* it will be seen that
rKei        . ild in' nn a
the  initial     ei
,„„«.,. I     SO .11 the  1 inning   ei
:y. and  1 think    thai
■ . . ■ ■ ■  while   to
tion   when    the
• "     protection
. m to he approved by
... mtoiliei
.     •      ■   , • r., 0f jpi   .-•,.    va I I.,,I
tr*Ualng   theli
^.-•oii] ol lire protection iaeteaa    pl
When you want to
clear your house 01 flies,
see that you get
WILSON'S
FLY PADS
Imitations art- always
unsatisfactory.
-Z- f*  -
tin' Molsons 1 i.t 11k nt Kevelstoke
aloresaid ou lho 1st day "i Murrti,
.nui the i-i day ol September, iv-
spectivcly in eaeh antl every year during the currency ot Bald Debentures,
uiul ii -hall be expressed iu suid
coupons mnl debentures to bo lo payable.
."■. 11 sh.ill bo lawiul tm the Mayoi
ol the said 1 lorporation ol tbe 1 lty
oi Ri veil loko to uegotiate and sou
n.i anlii Dob. utmes or any ol tbem
lur less than pur, but m no cose
si.ull the mini  Uebi ut urea ..1  any    ni
: '■ in  ' ■ •   - tii.ui  11 1., :.'. m
ccnt.j    ...     their
ling th    cosl   ni   ni
u ■
1 ipenses.
.1   m.si-.l
I
- :.i tbe
said
•   ■
■  • -   ..:   tho
'
■' Mutii-
1 I
HARVEY, McCARTER
AND PINKHAM,
aid
Barriiters,   Solicitors,   Etc.
Imperial  bank  Building  Revelstoke, B. 0.
Money to Loaa.
Olllces—Hevelstoke,    B.    O.
Craubrook, B. O.
fito. 8. MeCarter,
A. M. IMnkham, J. A. Harvey
Hevelstoke. Cranbrook
ROBERT SMITH,
Provincial   L*i>d   Buveyor,
Mining Surveyor,
Englueerlni
AlcKENZIE  AVE.,
BOX    106.    REVELSTOKE
»V .      H,      WALLACE
illCHIT K C T.
P. O. Boi 146. Revelstoko, B.C.
KEVELSTOKE   COUNCIL
No.    21,     ItuYAL    TEMI'LARS     OF
TK.MrEHAN'CE
Meets  every   2nd   and   4th   Thuroduyii
in      Oddlellows    Hall,   at 8  o'clock.
...-iiiiiK   Trmplars   ure  cordially   invited to attend.
w. K. MUN80N, S. C.
A. I). TOURNER. It. S.
KOOTENAY      LODOE,  No.  it A. F.
and A. M.
Regular meetings aro held in MAS
INK rSSMPLE, Oddfellows' Hall
on lbs l.'in.l Monday in eaeb iuoutb
• ' . iu. Viaiting bretbren are
eordatMly ireloomi.
Vi. THOMSON,   W. M.
*    li   ROBERTSON, Secretary.
Corporation of the City
of Hevelstoke
IIY LAW     No.
A  By-law t« authorize the borroa
,ng by the Corporation ol thi
Reveletoke of tin- num "( H0.80 '
I   the li ■ ue "I Debenture* to Mrs
cogi  to the l'ml".inti ! cei
tain dinning' worke mil iewei    con
iiectiwij. already ccDetruettt. Iiy,   ibv
I
■
I
e       pn  mi
[lebnnl u
llClil III nn hull     li , .i      to
for thi nt in
'    .       ' .         i. ll m III
' i'        i Coupons     may    '.    . i itttn,
1 imped, printed, ni  , • • ,•• tphed
i    The    nui   i"    nl i     heal
' it      III ' ,   i   '       MMllt
n.i. pi i milium (s pei ci m    li .in tho
date  thereol    which  In       t  shall  lm
J'U^ubk' cVUIl-ttUUUtillj' ul  tut ylllcc vl
'
-
I     street    and
ii    i
,
i o'eloek n    m .
iini   ,   ■. • Ioi !■   p in
lll'l  '   K    A    LAW       '
lunii Ipal  i ■
i HURT      ET.       IIEUIIIE.    No.  mi.
OF i. o. F.
I     i   I    'i    <i    K    Hall   tint    to
1        . • "   House every  s<icoiid
• Monday m month.  Visit
. • lally  welcomed.
U   W   BELL, 0   R
ttM.   ri.   i AMBR0N,   He. . Sec
o. w. a. vv.
Mo mu n   . lew < ami', No   221
Set  a     ■ • ond    ami      Fourth   Wednes
-I,a   10 eaoh  month In    Selkirk
Hall       Visiting   Woodmen  ars
. ., ted  t" attend
.1.  WOODLAND,  I "ii   Com
JAMKH   McINTYRE,   Olerk.
RK     LODOfl  It,  1. H   0   E
. 1 rei y      Thursday evening    111
• m«   Hall   at  n  o'clock.      Vleltlni
.■ii   i"ii|inily  invited.
JOHN  LYON
.IAS.   MATHIE,
Electric Restorer for Men
Phosplionol "<'"■'- trynanrt la llu bod J
1  • ■  11 pi per i' "■•   11.1 r.
thn ale'    UK M. ...   1.   I   mi
tresknesl iverli 1 .■' . rimapiionol will j
mike ymi n neu n in    Pi   t iit butt, 01 twr, 1.1 1
It.   Miilidl iii»SctibollPiat ,
to.,ll.t»IU»Huti.Oul.
1.ni.li RANOH LODOE,     K. ol   i'..
ND. N,   REVELBTOKE,  B,  0.
M aii every Wednesday exeept tin
Third Wednesday ol each month n
Oddfellnwt1 Hall at 11 o'eloek. Visit
in.   KnlghtS  iti''   ■ ci i nl 17   Invited
',   a.i. .BLAND, f. f.
0   II   BROOK, K. ol R   * H
M. al L     .
Smoker's Supplies
The uld uh.ililf nov lms the liirni".t ami Iicki line ol Smokers'
Supplies evei lit the Oily, mill our prices ure right. Fifty brands
of cigitrs lo cltooso from, I'rice from $1.(10 per box tip; uot mude
Irsin scrap either,
Meerschaum  Pipes from $3.00 to $10.00
Calabash Pipes from $3.50 Up
Om sim'k ol Calnbash Pipes is smnll on account ot the
crop being u fnllure lliis yeur nml quality poor,
Hrinr l'ipt'S in rust's from $1.00 up.
Ask for the limiiuis II, B. B. Imiiiil. Every pipe i.s guarau-
tceil.
Cigar antl Cigarette lloltlers, C.ises nml Lightersi PoucheB,
Ash Trnys ami l'ipo Racks, Tell us what you want ami we will
suit you. II you mount call, phone 37 and goods will be sent to
>c.111 luimt' ini approval.    Buy curly while stork is complete.
McKinnon's Cigar Store
,A
fi-- j
i i.
ASK THE DRIVER
Everybody  knows him,  ha will
ti'll you that the whiskeys we are
Belling are the best, Oallandbe
convinced, No household should
lit' wilhoul a supply of our Har-
voy'8 Special Scotch Whluliuy; our
Frapln Llquour Brandy, guaranteed
iln years old or Blaokberry Brandy
for Medicinal purposes. Our stock
of choice Wines and Liquors of all
kinds are unexcelled. Hold by all
the leading hotels, or telephone
Importers and Dealers In Pure Wines, liquors, Cigars and Cigarettes
r
JUST PUT INTO STOCK
A BIG LINE OF
Fresh Imported Groceries
D. GaUicano, Second Street
White-Star-Dominion
CANADIAN SERVICE
ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS
Montreal Quebec Liverpool
Largest k Finest SteamersfromCanada
New 8. S. Lmirentic. 15.000 Tons Each
New S. S. Megantic
Sails June 22, July 20, Aug. 17. July 6, August 3, August 31
ONLY FOUR DAYS AT SEA
one-class il li Cabin servloa.
Twin-Screw S. S. Teutonic     Twin-Screw S. S. Canada
582 feel ]i»ng, 18,000 horsepower .SM Feet Ioiik
Sails July 13, Aug. 10, Sept. 7. June 29, July 27, August 24
Company's Offices, 619, Second Ave., Neap Cherry St., Seattle
THE MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED 1866
Record of Progress for Five Years—1906-1911
3900
* 3,000,000
Capital
Reserve   -
Deposits
Loans and Investments
Total Assets
a, 000.000
28,677,780
27.467,090
88,090,192
1911
* 4,000,000
4,(500,000
au,o.i2, an
38,854,801
48,237,284
Has 83 Brunches in Ciinnilu. and Agents and Correspondent* In all
tho Prinolpnl Clllos In Iho World.
A OENKHAL  BANKINQ BU&INEBS TKANSAOTID
SAVINGS  BANK  DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Interest allowed at highest ourront rate.
Revelstoko Branch. W. H. PRATT, Manager
Fruit Land:
FOR SALE
Galena liny lnmln in parculB of
in or 20 aorei or en bloc. Corrte-
pondenoe invited,
John Shaw, Agent,
Box 616 Arrowhead
R. Z. CRAWFORD
'ONI RACING
PAINTER
Satisfaction guaranteed
Agent  for   Flexitime   Electric
Signs
R. Z. CRAWFORD
Lih<'|i in L'umining's Transfer
iiiuming, Second Street
Dr. J. C. Morrison
Dentist
Poet Graduatej,Ch.cago*Ui.avenla7
Specialty—All   Porcelain   and
Cast Crown Bridge Work
Gor. Granville and Robson Sts.
Vancouver
Over Harrison's Drug Store
Tlioiie Sey— 5238
Lumb
umoermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -  Kevelstoke, B. C
before|huyinK yonr outfit nf working tlothes'
for the'bnsh. 1 make a
upecialty of I.ojjxinK
Shoes, I'mits, Son, Sliirln
Blankets nml everything
i mimed is your Lmmntee, WKUNKHDAY,  JULY .list,  1912
THE   MAIL-HEEALD,«BEVELSTOE:i]
v. ED.V1    . AV,  JULY 3lit, Utii
THE ONLY SHOE STOCK
IN TOWN WHICH CAN
SUPPLY THE NEEDS OF
THE WHOLE FAMILY
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. B. tfume 8t Co.. limited
OUR SHOE MOTTO
Classy Shoes in newest designs
at a minimum cost for maximum wear.
OUR DRY  GOODS DEPARTMENT
Bargains in Children s Wearing Apparel
In the Ready-to-wear we have arranged several
new tables of Bargains. One contains Children's
Aprons, Rompers, Dresses, etc. All going at each
Mi
50 Cents
J Children's Straw Hafc
isses an
Clearing out all our Misses and Children's Straw
Hats in the Millinery Department. These are all
sorted out into groups at about half price. Big
Bargains in each lot.   A lot at each price	
50c, 75c. and $1.00
Womens' Print  and   Muslin   Waists
A table of Women's Print and Muslin Waists, All-
Over Aprons and Child's Rompers, at Each	
75c.
Ladies Blouses    -    Wash Underskirts
A table of Fine Muslin Blouses for Ladies, Wash
Underskirts, Children's Coats, Dressing Sacques,
all at one Bargain Price  	
$1.00
Two Hundred Fairs of Ladies* Corsets
All White. Sizes 18, 24, 25, 26. These are B. &
T. Corsets.   Reg. $2.25 a pair.   Now going at	
$1.00
LADIES' HAIR NETS New, invisible
with elastic, pure silk fringe nets, all colors, at 3
for 25c. or each 10 CENTS
Lovely New White Party Dresses
In some of those stunning creations that we are
noted for, in Ladies' and Misses' sizes.   All prices
$5 to $25.00
Barrettes, Back Combs, Hair Ornaments
Highly polished Tortoise Washable Shells, all the
new colors and ideas, from
15c. to 75c.
New Silk and Satin Ribbon-All Widths
From the narrowest Baby to the wide flowered
Ribbon for Fancy Bags, from
2c. to $125 Per Yard
FOR THE BOYS-From 1 to 6 years-
All Wool Jersey Suits, fine Cashmere Knit Cap,
pants to match, all colors and sizes, from
$2.25 TO $3.75
New Bibs and Feeders for the Baby
Made of Oilcloth. All sizes. Some with safety
pocket, at	
5c. to 20c.
Groceries and Crockery Department
Another Carload of Groceries
just unloading at our Warehouse.
Bargains Bargains
For Friday and Saturday
Cups   and   Saucers—$1.80   per   Dozen
Fancy" Water Sets- $1.35 per Set.
Choice New Cheese
MacLaren's, Small, Medium, and Large
Jars;   Ingersoll Cream Cheese in pkgs;
Roquefort Cheese by the pound.
Canadian Cheese by the pound.
THE BEST TEAS ON EARTH
Sunbeam, "Red Label," good;
Blue Label, best.
We Have
Best Drinks in Town
Lime Juice, in Pint and Quart Bottles;
Grape Juice, in Pint and Quart Bottles:
Pine c/4pple Juice. Cider—Pint Bottles.
Lemonade Powders.
Tasty Chocolates
When you are wanting a Box of Nice
Chocolates, Try Our Nelson's Chicken
Bones, or a box of assorted. We always
have " G. B." in stock, and also carry a
number of other choice kinds.
Men's Furnishings - Boots and Shoes
China and Glassware
In this Department we are ready to serve your wants. You will be looking
around for a suitable wedding gift for your friends who are about to join the
largest society" in the world, and you will hnd it here among our Cut Glass, Fancy
China, Glassware, Tea Sets and the thousand and one pretty things in  our stock.
Children's Hat Bargains
All this season's stock of Children's Straw and Canvas
Hats on the table at a price. We can't afford to carry
them until next Summer. You can't afford to miss
them now. There are two more months of hot weather
ahead of you. Think of the Child's comfort and how
cheaply you can purchase it now. Commencing Thursday morning the price will be
75c. Each
c
Sh«
anvas onoes
LADIES' CANVAS OXFORDS in
white and brown, or grey and brown,
leather trimmings. They were all good
values at the regular price. Now you
can judge for yourself.
$1.50
per pair
Men s Canvas Shoes
OXFORDS AND BALS in grey and
brown, c/411 sizes. We take a pleasure
in recommending these to our regular
customers.
$1.65
per pair
HOUSE FURNISHING DEPARTMENT
This Department has everything that you will require to make your home bright and cheerful for summer, and now is the time
to look over and make your selections, at prices that will suit your wants, from a well assorted stock of Wall Paper from the
best manufacturers in the east, Rugs and Carpets from Germany, England and Eastern Canada at prices from $ for a 9x9 Union
Rug to the very best that can be had and in all sizes.
Lace and Lace Curtains
We have lho largest assortment in the city, most of wheh
are Imported by ourselves direct from England, enabling us to
sell at a price that saves ymi the middleman's profit.
Scrims—by thc 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 are lower than can he offered
again owing to the advance in raw material.
Beds and Bedding
We also Btock a full line of beds, mattresses, blankets, comforts and pillows.
Bargains for This Week Only
We are offering a special reduction in Japanese Rugs 9x12
at $3.20; 2Jx5ft $1.26' 3x6ft $1.1*5. Everything in that line
will go at bargain prices.
Anything not mentioned that you want call in and]
ask for it, we will be sure to have it if in this line. '.Ksn.w. ji i.\  31st, lf\2
THESJVEAiL-iaiEPiJLr.r), reyelsto:k-ei
WUDNUSIiAV,  .I.M.V  31st,   1911
MIDSUMMER SALE PRICES TO CLEAR I
MARKED DOWN ALL OVER  THE STORE
LADIES' PRINT AND
GINGHAM WAISTS
All good washing cloths	
Sale Price- 65c
LADIES' WHITE MUSLIN WAISTS
Trimmed with Lace and Insertion
Regular $1.50 and ?2 lines
Sale Price    $1.00
WHITE MUSLIN DRESSES
Ladies'   White   Muslin    1-piece
1 In sses.     liegular $5 and $0.00.
Sale Price-$2.50
MUSLINS AND WASH GOODS
Ri    dar   Price  25c.    and    30c.
Sale I'rice    15c
PARASOLS
Regular $2.0(1 and $2.50  Lines.
Sale Price    $1.25
LADIES' SUMMER VESTS
Sale Price-12' c
LADIES' DRAWERS
Ladies'   Summer   Knit    Underdraw ers
Sale Price- 25c
BOOTS AND SHOES
Ladies'   Tan Oxfords,   Regular
$2.75 and $3.25 lines
Sale Price • $ 1.50
0
a lines of Ladies' Pattern Leather Slippeis
Keg. *<j and R50.        Sale Price  $2.00
Odd Lines of Children's Slippers and Oxfords    Sale Price to Clear.
REID & YOUNG
COMING EVENTS
S, i tern    I   -•    R P    \ .in    Winkle,  nt.
Emprcs    l
Oi-ti  ■■ :   f—SI muffing  Mildred  Opera
Co.,   Empress  theatre.
Week    commencing  Octohet   8—Glad-
Btone  3isiera and Edna Randall.
Octol i    24    Phi   Missouri Girl al Empress theatre.
THE CITY IN BRIEF
Mis.  H.P.  i  immings     ami    tamily
■ .■ ,,t  Tappon Siding.
m       ■, i.  Mi, li neglian  will not receive oi   Frid ..    Vugu '  2nd.
j. B. SIcK nzie n tui ned on Monday
from .i trip  to thi   i oast.
Mr.  j. im f     al I  will  n turn Irom
England about thc i-t of 8eptember.
The     rep rl Lhe  liig Gun Club
an i   Revelstoke
in Saturday's
Mr.  K.  Duponl
c.ty  afti i   .i Bii  moni      •        to    bis
'■'   ■■     .:.  imt.
.Mr.    Kim lid     and hi
[rom  a
on  Monday last.
Mr.  Sl.   Si n the R. H
.    ,;      \   ■     i. are speud
ing a lay at the Halcyon     Hoi
•      and    Baptist
al
20th.
Is   ol
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Mr.  D'Arcj   Scotl  says:
"A greal portion ol lust year's
crop le st ill i [cd up.
"This year's crop will be bigger
than  ever.
"It wlll lake mure than twelve
months to get this year's crop oul
ol the country.
"The Paclnc coast oHers a uploudld
nutlet tor the grain crop,
"Heavy tl'ailic east would be re
lieveil ami loss ol grain avoided bj
shipping to wesl.
"Urniu Irom even further Lhan Ual
gai j sm,nui come tn \ ancouver.
"something should lio done to
luuu;  this  trade  here.
"Prohibitive freight rates stop Bhip
ineiit nl' graiu to coast."
Perhaps the greatest industrial pro
lil.iii tho Dominion is laciug at thi
present nine is the ulsposal nl its
grain, This diliiculty is nialnl.v dui
to the Inadouuute railroad transpor
tatlou facilities, Him absolute impos
silulil.y ui the railways tu cope Witt!
the situation an.l the prohibitive
price ui treighl rates io the Pacilic
coasl, according tu an opinion ex
pressed i>> Mr, U Any Bcoll, chair
man ol the board ol railway euininiH
Blotters, in au interview with a repre
tentative ol tho World al tho Hotel
\ ancouver last evening.
"Railway construction throughout
the prairies Is golug on at a rapid
rabo and everywhere railroad activity is nut.eealile, lull whal is must
essential is that grain bo shipped to
ihe Pacific coast, which otters a splon
did nutlet and which would greatly
relieve the heavy Iraltie 111 the east
and so avoid the lu-s ol  tuns ul grain
"Ai the present time," Bald the
commissioner, "a great portion ol
last year's crop is tie.I up and as the
prospective crop this season is big.
ger than ever, I estimate it will lake
at least twelve months ui longer to
get the grain out ni tins country.
Something ought in be dune in bring
the grain to the Pacific coast. Prom
as lar as, ami eveu further than Cal
gary, the grain should come west
ward  Instead  ol going eastward.
"The G.T.P, is at present construct
ing its line to Cochrane, there to con
uect with tho Temlskaming and North
ei n Ontario Provincial Railway the
government's railway's northern lim-
ii. ami now is ISO miles Irom thai
point, This, uf course, means an ad
dltional outlet and though I do not
, spi cl to Bee ihis hue finished In
tuu,- to handle this year's traffic, it
will he finished next year, it certain
ly i- the next available facility for
the disposal of grail,
"In addition to tbis," Baid Mr.
Scott, "the O.P.R. is extending its
track north ol Lake Superior and
trom iinn to Poi w.li.am, the line
will in a few years tie double tracked
wbich will ne u great advantage and
. ol tune, as at pres
eni   i ■ • track   Is  nol   suital le
amount of freight  thai is cai
i iml over il     \ great amount   rl grain
ati:   from  Port  tt II
■ ist: this materially as
„ ,.lc,;,, ji, "']'   and  lm* als,, been  the
,pl.n,l„l shape. ... :'-'  competition     and
own."
V meeting of Executive ot   t ct oi freight
\li    Bcott   had    this
•   •   the commission
it • trelght rat
.rthtti   ■    the coast,
■ -   hav.-   til
■ - charged,
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at a
M
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Preserving skakoin
1 nt Preserving Fruits wc handle ouly ihe best Ifyou wish to pro-
euro such fruits us cannot be beaten eithei in q uul ity nr price, we
would advise you t«> place your order with us. We will guarantee deliver) of all orders taken.
FRUIT JARS AM) RUR13KR.S
This season we are handling tbe celebrated Mason Fruit Jars in Pints,
(Junrls aud li ill gallons. These Jnrs require no comment, Tbey are
p.u excellence,
A.  HOBSON,
MacKenzie Avenue
You Who Are Constantly Travelling
What Protection Have Vou in C.u.e ot ACCIDENT By Si-u or Lnr.d?
Drop in anil we will  explain  our  Improved Gold   Hum;
Accident Policy, double liul.ility, only costing $30 a year,
:   IK i hie mul $10,000 double liability, paying fiS.tfl
weekh indemnity.
KOOTENAY  AGENCIES LIMITED
Congestion Worse Than Ever
tiun of Oanadi '8 exports and as a
grain shipping centre Bhould he very
valuable."
Another    Important    matter which
Mr. Scott alluded to was un the subject ol protecting timber Irum     tires
eaused through the sparks of engines
mi the railroads, of which he ealdl—
"Mr.  l.evett, chief tire Inspector and
consorviitrlon   lirm  commissioner,      is
doing good  wurk  with his corps     ot
men,  whn are Inspecting all  locomo
tin's al   divisional  points as to    tlie
eiiicieney  ot  lire  semens  'iml  or.fi ri
ii_- compliance with regulations which
were  rereiltly   passed  by  the   ■ mum
sum
Ml inatl rs hefore tho commission
are elf pec ted tu be beard today and
will conelude the enquiry, when tbe
MuiinniMsinnrrs leave fur Victoria, en
route tu the capital,
uLloK   LOoHLrl
FISHING
TACKLE
SPORTING
GOODS
Victor Hornless Machines li Irum
♦20 upwards. Bdison t'houographs,
trom $19.50 upwards. Revelstoki
Music   Btore,   McKenzie Avenue.
Kollow    tho ci
'Sugar Bowl,"
iWd
il    till
Mim   w   Morris will nol   recelv   I   ■
■ he lirsl  Sal unlay in October.
Th.- city  ii
led at laft
.-.bulked yesterday   t,.
Speaking ol tbo gi nerul hai vest
I „  the Okanagan toi   both fruil   h"'"     ""'  BH<I  n"wi   ":    tho    Sl"1'1""
and     agricultural     products,    Hon,   llcut" •"' Mr, I!, thivls,     Presbyterian
price     lillisoti,     minister ol llnancc    'tudenl nnd mi I   raft     and
i'.    It would  be  -mi osslbl peak   fhrei     Valley.   It   ... the
y ol them. At pl
sent tbe outlook foi it bnnnci ci u
if all tn
■ :      had,  al
i'alli
f'rogre .- Club,   ■>
, ti   hull ou Pi   ■   .
to discuss  thl ■
the  Hon, 1
tei  ,•' I'uh  ■   tt'orl
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, i.mm ''
W     (V.  Foil
■ • lol
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Mr.   J.  P.   K
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VI
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ll.Aisun's unloading Btock sale is a
genuine cut in prices, come iu and
nee for yourself,
Everybody's doing it' What- —
Dropping in at the "Sugar Bowl"
mi the hest of lee creum aud suit
drinks.
Tunic in to Howsou's furniture
store and see the hnrgnlns ollered in
ui mi in, nud carpets fC.OB buys $10
worth of gumls.
Here's  the  road   to eulnlul I,   n   vim
tailed thirst, a i 1 body and a    re
freshed  ,  tlie only  way is via     a
cuul drink at  the Sugar Bowl  Fountain.
Howsou's furniture sale is meeting
with tho approval of their many
customers. Such bargains never offered iu Revelstoke in carpets, linul
'inns   and   furniture.
K,  OP.   P.  NOTIOB.
\   Special   Meeting  of Gold   Kange
l.odi m.  No. 26, K. of P., wlll be beld
Wednesday  evening,  July Hist,  to  Instal  nlticers.
B.i  Order of 0. s.
ti. Brock, K. of 11. S,
NOTIOE!
The Regular Annual Meting ol tbe
Revelstoke Hospital Society will be
held in the City Hall on Tuesday,
August  20th,  1912.
Vi. I). Armstrong,
t.d.
Secretary
I i   acre good laud tur sale near C.
P.R. hotel—11. N. Coursier.
GUNS
AMMUNITION
We have just unpacked a complete line of Sporting
Cio.itls of all kinds. Mr. Fisherman, don't forget to
inspect our stock of Fishing Tackle. When you see it
you will say. "BEST IN TOWN."
Revelstoke Hardware Co., Ltd.
Dealers in all kinds of the Best Hardware
Agents for Gurney Chancellor Ranges and Minerva Paints
lA/ET        YA/AIMT       °'"" aIarS* weekly   Income,     write
a   representative iii   every    town    in N™!   P8CillO 1.81.(1 Cl].,  Limited
Canada to sell townsile lms.    Being 243    Bomerset    Building,     Winnipeg,
tbc exclusive Belling   age.it   n!     tbe Manitoba,
liiaud Trunk  Pacillc  Railway toi   one   	
ul    its   main   line    divisional    point WAN^KI)
tmi'iis.  we handle nothing hut  prop - _
usit mus of genuine merit. We are
just placing on tbe market a beautifully located, close in subdivision to
Kelowna, liiitish Columbia, tbe largest city un Okanagan Lake. Our
Kelowna property is in the original
city limits Ami lms a frontage of
over nne mile on Okanagan Lake.
During  the  past   twu   weeks  lots      In
tlie  value ol approximately (25,(100,
have i,een suid tu Keluwtia residents. We consider thia substantial
proof as to the merits of our Kelowna property, i—
FOR RENT—We have two bottaea on
Kelowna ia but une ot several high' second street, west, tor 35.50 aad
class propositions lhat we bave to! $:to. Also C room house on Sixth
ofler our representatives. |   Bttwt    „, $:u,.    These housea have
For complete Information a« to uur, _\\ m,„|(.n, conveniences. Kooteuay
plan,  whereby yuu  may legitimately     Agencies, Ltd.
ROOM TO RENT—1 bave a nicely
furnished room to rent, on Third
street, into block from McKenzie
avenue, quiet hou e. Apply to Mini
I lei uld  Ollico,
FOR RENT—Seven ilooin House, lull
size concrete basement, buth room,
with all nm.leu. improvements. Apply to P.O. Box 466, or call at Mr.
ii. Schutler's residence, Seventh
street.—
r
SEE THE HANDSOME PICTURE OF
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Bews' ])ri:c; Store
EGYPTIAN COLD CHE AM
ir for 36c. and
a Silk Fan throw i  ii
HIGHLAND LINEN BOND
■
TRAILING ARBUTUS
Talcum Powder   a de
RAJAH LINEN
lightful  iiii<' powder
25C.  A  TIN
Tom Tit Style Pern, ---$1M
THERMOS BOTTLES*11"*""
ii.'.-     i. tj       -  ■■
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i. 1 up
(iffti.  • up]: -         i ilin   f)i
bews THE REXALL STORE bews
Smart Clothing for Summer Months
DER l;'i    VXD test si
i pes,
U i    ipj i IAI l/i
iui
I  I'll   pilSMHJ-;    in ,,.;,
I ious,
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Fil-Rrform Clothing Stetson   II.it| Fool-Riff Shoe*
'»' I
REGIlSr
Now on Exhibition in the  window of  our  New
Office, next to the Revelstoke Meat Market
The Painting is authentic in all details, being an
exact copy of their Board of Trade picture used to
advertise their City, and shows the exact relative position of
KENSINGTON
OUR NEW SUBDIVISION THERE
NOW ON  SALE AT
$150 and $175 Per Lot
CALL   AND   GET   PARTICULARS
J. B. WATSON REALTY COMPANY
Local Agency, Home Loan and Contract Co.
E. G  FOLEY, Hanagor, MacKenzio Avenue
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