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PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS
Vol. 17—No. 45
REVELSTOKE. B. C. -IUNE 10 1911
$2.50 Per Year
ns&NG
MTACKiE
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IF YOU WILL "TACKLE" OUR FISHING TACKLE
YOU'LL LAND ANY FISH THAT TACKLES YOUR BAIT.
OUR LINES ARE NEW AND FRESH AND STRONG: OUR
REELS ARE NOT RUSTY.
WHENEVER THE THOUGHT OF HARDWARE ENTERS YOUR MIND. ALSO LET IN THE THOUGHT THAT
OUR STORE IS THE PLACE TO BUY RELIABLE
HARDWARE.
PRUNING KNIFE FOR
MANY EXPRESS RATES
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awrence
Hardware Co. Ltd
Plumbing and Tinsmithing
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Imperial Bank of Canada
^^^^^ Head Ofioa—Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Authorized      - $10,000,000.00
Capital Subscribed            - 5,913,000.00
Capital Paid Up             - 5 79S.000.00
Reserve        .... 5,79o, jOO.OO
Branches er Agents at all principal points inJCauada.
Agents in Great Britain and United States—London, England,
Lloyds Bank, Limited. Chicago—First Mi tional Bank, Corn Exchange National Bank. Seattle—Seattle National Bank, San Francisco—Wells Pargo Nevada National Bank. Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of 91 and upward, received, and interest allowed at
current rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branoh—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
WHITEWEAR
Your requirements for hot weather garments are
here. A large and well assorted stock to choose
from. A dainty line of Ladies' Underskirts at
reasonable l'rices.
Mrs. A G, Crick, • First Street
Reductions on Charges on Less
than One Hundred Pounds
Effective This Month
Although no official intimation has
yet been received by Mr. Ben Dickey,
the local express agent here, advices
come from Winnipeg that new express*; tiiiills, which hnve been appro-
veil Iiy the Dominion Railway Commission, will come Into ellect on
June 16th. Mr. Dickey expects word
of these irliiinges in a lew days.
These new tarifls ilcn'l only with express packages of less than one hundred pounds in weight. In thc past,
packages weighing six pounds have
hail to pay thc same rate as packages weighing seven pounds; and
packages weighing eight or nine lbs.
have had to pay the same rate as
ten pounds. Under the new tarifls a
lower scale ol rates is provided lor
six,   eight and  nine  pound  packages.
Similarly, In the past, when the
rate per hundred pounds exceeded $2,
say, $2.10, Him charges on sni'ill pack
ages were based on the next "-graduate"—$2.fil) per hundred pounds. Now
a new graduate is made for $2.25 per
hundred pounds, and so on for all
rates up to $5 per hundred pounds.
Previously, when a rate exceeded
»5 per hundred pounds the rates for
small packages were based on thc
charge of $6 per hundred pounds.Now
a new basis is made for $5.25, $5.50
and $5.75 per hundred pounds; i.e.,
in place ol the scale being made up
of 50c. jumps over $2 and up to $5,
anil $1 for over $5, the new tarifls
provide ivit.es tor every 25c. advance.
These changes will have the effort
of reducing the charges on thc great
bulk of small packages from 5c. up
to :i5r. The majority ol shipments
by express are packages under 100
pounds, and these charges will there-
lore, allect the great bulk ol shipments by express.
The new express tarifls, above referred to, are in reality not so much
new tarifls as schedules modifying
slightly thc existing tariffs. In the
comprehensive judgment upon express rates, issued by tbe Dominion
railway commission on December 24
last, it was ordered that within three
months the express rompanies should
prepare tariffs based on an entirely
new principle, and submit thsm tc
the commission for approval.
That order of the commission has
not yet been complied with; presumably the commission has granted thf
express companies an extension o.'
the time fixed in the order ot December 24 last for companies with that
order. The rates pronounced upon
by the commission in December last
are still in operation, and will continue in operation, save only as thej
are modified by the coming into effect on June 15 of the above-refei red-
to reductions on express shipments
of less than one hundred pounds ir
weight.
The Fall of Troy
Tonight, at the Kdison ihoHtru the
great $80,000' production u! '"lhe Fall
of Troy" will be exhibited.
The film is one ot the most remarkable ever produced anil hIicwb £,000
soldiers in action; the tail nnd burning of tbe city of Troy; i.iio ylant
wooden bouse in which history records the soldiers having enl(iid
through a gap in tho wail nn 1 a
thousand and one other details in
connection  with  the  historic evert.
The picture will indcn'ily iu.piess
on the minds of the children Uie event which has had suih ai Influence
in the world's history and nol ody
should miss the chance to see this
picture. There will he a nuinl'ir of
othiT films in connection wiin the
program  ol  tonight.
CHEVALIER, AS THE FALLEN STAR,
Op.T.'i House, Monday Night, June 12
CUN  CLUB SHOOT.
Following is thc score of the Revelstoke Gun Cluh on Wednesday, June
7th:—
Morgan    14      14
Mulholland  in
Brown  13
Sturdy    24      20
Cummings 15
Taylor  16      15
Sturdy  wins button  in Class A.
Taylor wins button in Class B.
Morgan wins button in Class C.
MIGHT BASEBALL
FOR THE   BEST
In    Staple   and    Fancy    Groceries
Green Onions, Radish, Lettuce, etc.
MCINTYRE'S GROCERY
Prompt Delivery
Housewife's favorite Brands
Robin Hood Flour
Jacob's Dublin Biscuits
Bell Blend Tea
Bell's No. I Java and Mocha Coffee
G. W. BELL
P. O. Box 208
GROCER & BAKER
Phone No. 23
GUILTY OF  MANSLAUGHTER.
Victoria, June 8.—"We find the
prisoner guilty of manslaughter."
This sentence, read by the foreman
of the jury and subscribed to unanimously hy the jury ended the second trial of Gunner Thomas Allen,
late member of No. 5 Artillery, on
the charge of murdering Captair.
Peter Elliston, his commanding officer by shooting him through the neck
in the barracks at Esquimnlt on the
morning of August 1,  1910.
Judge Murphy at once reminded
the prisoner for sentence.
BODY IS FOUND
fate of Duncan Wilkins is Now
Proved Beyond a Doubt
The body of Duncan Wilkins was
brought to this city from Sicamous
on Thursday and interment took
place yesterday.
It will lie remembered that on the
night of Saturday, May 20th, the
unforiunatn man stepped from a passenger train on to the bridge at Sicamous and from there into the lake
lielow. Since thnt time every effort
for the recovery of the body h.is
been made, and nothing was known
to a certainty as to what nis fate
had been, till the body was fi und
Thursday on the bank o£ the Uie just
mck ol the Sicamous hotel.
Four Teams in League Which
Will Compete for Trophies-
Games for June and July
The Y.M.C.A. Twilight baseball
schedule has been aiTanged and the
fight tor the championship is off.
There arc lour teams (or* the league,
and the games have been so arranged
that every team will get its (air
quota ot games and prove in the
long run which is the best of tho
bunch. The Giants arc thc latest
addition to the lcugue nnil consists
of a junior team which has in its
makeup some excellent iwirlers and
catchers, The Pirates, which for
some time hud a decidedly losing
otrcnk, lias again picked up nml
proved ils mettle by defeating the
Businessmen in a good game on Monday night, and there is every prospect of this team holding its own
against all comers. The Businessmen and the Corley House are the
other two teams of the league,' and
they too, are both good ones. So
that all told a good season's spurt
may bc looked for in baseball circles
The schedule as arranged rovers the
month of June and  July ns follows: —
June 12—Giants v. Businessmen.
June 14—riratcs  v.  Corley's.
June 16—Giants v. Pirates,
June   I'J—Corley's   v.   Businessmen.
June 21—Businessmen v. Pirates.
June 28—Giants v. Corley's.
June 20—Businessmen v.  Giants.
June 28—Pirates  v. Corley's.
Juno 80—Giants v. Pirates.
July  3.—Corley's   v.   Businessmen.
July  5*—Businessmen   v.  Pirates.
July 7—Giants v. Corley's.
July  10—Businessmen  v.  Giants.
July  12—Pirates v. Corby's.
July 14—Giants v. Pirates.
July 17—Corley's v.  Businessmen.
July 111—Businessmen v. Pirates.
July 21—Giants v. Corley's.
July  24—Businessmen  v.  Giunts.
July 26—Pirates V.  Corley's.
July 28—Giants v.  Pirates
July 31—Corley's v.  Businessmen.
FIELD NOTES.
SKIPPER  NOT  GUILTY.
Victoria, June 8.— Capt. Sears,
master ol the ill fated Iroquois, who
was on trial for manslaughter in connection with the loss of his vessel,
has been found not guilty by the jury
which was only out five minuies be
fore a verdict wns arrived at.
WORK OF INCENDIARY.
Nelson, June 3.—Strong suspicion
has been aroused in Cranbrook lhat
the destruction by fire of three vacant houses .luring the past Hire"
weeks in that city was the work of
an incendiary, according to Mr. A.
A. Richardson of Vancouver, lire loss
,-idjuster, who came in Irom the Ea I
Kootenay city  last  night.
Additional weight was given to fills
idea hy the (act that in one ol the
houses which was partially saved hy
the fire brigade a can of' coal o 1
from which some of the 11 iiild hid
been taken, was found on the gri.un 1
floor, while beside the enn lny a
plate which might have been used (•,
throw oil on the walls.
Jamis J. IIIII thc railway ma*nat\
Is planning bis retirement (rom bu-i
DIM.
ISSDES WARNING
Archbishop of Ottawa Strongly
Advises Against Mixed Marriages
Ottawa, June 0.—In his sixteenth
annual charge to the synod of the
Anglican diocese of Ottawa, the Archbishop of Ottawa this morning again took occasion to issue a warning
with regard to mixed marriages.
"Last yenr I laid before you warning advice on thc question of marriage with Roman CatLolics," the archbishop stated, "and living ns we
lo on very Iriendly and happy terms
Aith them, ii is most painful for me
to have to put you, and through you
ill our parents and young people, on
■juard against inlermarringe with
our Roman  Catholic neighbors.
"Unless all social intercourse be-
ween us and Roman Catholic families ls to cease Intermarriages are un-
nvoidable. Tbey W1H occur. Thc only
course left is [or us to warn our
young people that tbey should guard
In the tirst instance against yielding
their heart's love tu Roman Catholics, but that if Ihey must marry
them, the greatest rare should be
exercised by their parents and them
selves that the marriage be so eol-
emnizod that there shall lie no room
left for husband or Wife, as the ease
may be, to abandon family on thc
ground  that tbey art living in sin."
His grace referred briefly to the pastoral letter issued recently by the
house of bishops, which took a strong
stand  against  lhe  He Temere. decree.
A special grand jury has started an
inquiry at OhioagO into the iumlier
Industry in connection with which a
combine Is alleged to exist.
°TAjgST   A Winning Miss
Football, baseball and ladies bask
etball are all on tbe go again, and
in excellent shape. All three teams
won in the games at Golden on Vic
toria Day with tbe (ollowing scores
Football, 1-0; baseball, 16,12; basketball, 15-8; well, we haven't attaiaed
our normal condition yet, but what
of poor Golden.
Mis. R. tJ. Goldon has just returned Irom a three months' visit to her
parents in London, Ont.
Mr. F, TomlinBon, our popular post
master, is shortly to build a band -
some residence adjoining Mr. Geo.
Buckham's, and rumor hns it that he
will not batch either.
Mrs. Davis and little daughter,
Kwenit'h, who has spent the winter
with ber sister Mrs. A. Mclntyre here
left last week on an extended visit
to Revelstoke friends.
Mr. Pigon comes (rom Montreal to
take shargc o( the Mt. Stephen house
for the summer, Mrs. Young has returned to Glacier house.
Miss Sibbald ol Band, ->ister of
Mrs. Q, Hunter, has taken a position in the otlice of the Mt. Step-
ben house here.
Mr. K. Hampton left last week ,(or
Vancouver where he intends to locate
a home. Mrs. Hampton nnd children
will follow shortly.
Chevalier and His Art
Albert Chevalier, speaking of his
art, in a rcc?nt interview said:
"Perhaps actors take themselves
too seriously, but If wc did not do
that, wc would not he good artists.
I ran only illustrate my method of
character delineation by cuing the
Sketches of Phil May, who was one
of England's greatest bluck and
white artists. Tho unthinking person always remarked upon looking
at May'*- illustrations, that be mado
every line mean so much, and tbey
commented upon the apparent lack
ot detail in the picture. May told
ine that lie divw his pictures wich iu-
flnlto pains, idling detail upon detail
anil then alter the skcteh was completed be rubbed out all but. those
linos which were absolutely necessary
This is the way I form n character-
izatl'Ui. I work it out .is carefully
as possible, leaving not one gesture,
one intonation, one hint of emotion
unexpressed, Thou, when 1 hnvo absolutely gotten these details Bxad in
my mini!, I give my own personality
free play." Chevalier believes most
thoroughly in the personality of thc
actor. He remarked that no one,
by any possibility, could mistake
Sarali BornhiiPilt upon her entrance
.is Kediiia, lloma Sol. Cnmllle, or
any oi thc other characters with
which ebe l*s IdeuUDcd »u4 yet,     bt
cr
Garden Tools
Wire Netting, Fencing, Screen Doors and
Windows, Rubber Hose, Sprinklers, etc. Carpenter's Tools and General Hardware.
^
SPORTING   GOODS
Baseball and Lacrosse Goods,   Fishing  Tackle,
the best stock ever in town.
FARM AND GARDEN SEEDS
HAY  AND   FFFD
FULL LINE OF GROCERIES
Bourne Bros.
Hardware,
Stoves,
Plumbing
a
fresh. Wholesome Meats
Cars arc arriving Semi-Weekly.
Stock always fresh for supplying
Retail Trade in City.
P. Burns & Company. £td.
Wholesale and Retail Merchants
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
Butter
Brookfield Extra Creamery Butter
Keystone Creamery Butter
Coldspring Dairy Butter
Malakwa Dairy Butter
Revelstoke Meat Market Ltd.
High Glass Meat Purveyors
Phono 251
P. O. Box 181
said, each one ia also a distinct type
plus  thc  Bernhardt   personality.
Chevalier will lie here in the opera
house on Monday evening. Seats
now on sale ut Macdonald's drug
store.
The company also carries their own
hall team and will play a local team
this afternoon.
Opera House To-Night
The Winning Miss Company, with
lifty lour people, arrived tbis morning in their private car und will
show at the opera bouse tonight.
Uwing to some misunderstanding as
to the date ol the attraction it bad
been rumun*d that the company
would not lie here until a later date,
but Mr. Woollolk, owner and manager o| thr company bald a contract
lor tonight aii'l le bwi with his en
tn-e company and a cai loud ,,[
scenery,
In  tbc cities  ou  tho  Canadian  J'a
clllc,   Kamloops,   \ ciii'iii   and        New
Wpirtniinster,  tin   rtporti from      the
managers  ol  thc  opera  houses,  ni.it>'
A Winning 111m" to tie the lic.it
iniiHiial how of lhc MMpn. The play
is replete with novelties, has a beautiful and very lai'e*o CborlW, ami is
fun Irom start to finish.
Max Bloom the leading comedian
ins never In en through this territory
MON lint his success in Canada
east ami west this season puts btm
a plane of popularity equal to
any comedian tbat has ever played
this part of the country.
'he cost of,operating "A Winning
Miss'' en'h night Is nearly five httn-
lieil dollars anil requires capacity
houses in cities this nine for them
to meet tlicir Minuses, i'ricis Ulty
cents to two Uullari,
Crown Timber Office Gone
Official instruction waa received in
tins city this morning (rom tbe Department of tbe Interior to move tbe
Crown Lands Department to Kamloops.
Opera House Tn-Ninht, June 10(
With "A Winning Miga"', SATURDAY, JUNE 10, Wll.
THE  MAIL-HERALD,   REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,  JUNE 10, 1911.
Gbe flbatVfcerato ' f
PUBLISHED  WEDXE8D.U   AND
hatdrdak at
revelstoke. b. c.
Jntcrtoc pubUsbiiifl Company*.
Limited
Tbe eflorte ol Hon. Thos. Tayloi to
through-
■   ,    * . . .  and •  pi ■ lallj
I .    .       must earn  lor  lum
tbe electorj
;   . •    il   : ipe.       Thesa
commercial highways next to the rail
; ,., .        |        •;.      mi. itest   possible
means - t new     countries,
Where  I go,  tbere      tha
pi ng up in    their
lopment  ot these
ties alter thai largel
the Burroundlng cottn
ist bi   ms l" tributary to
*  through  tbo means      ol
This M.ty  .uul its
. :. ■  .   «bleb le a mosl
Bicult section t     bread w th i "a*! .
has i ■      hi   .- at the treatment
.-■., ids of Hon,   Thoi.
Tayl' -   iepartment,   His uc
tivitj       ■ -Iiy earned  for him
the c if "Good Roads" Taj
lur. Money has been spent on roads
and tra,Is here at the rale ot $75,000
a year, ari! no doubt there would be
ming .! we could legitimately expend it fast enough. In fart
Mr. Taylor through sume ol his po
. admirers here has said so frequently. "Good Roads" Tayl r
wants to see tbe roads and trails opened up just as mtii'h as any min
11 * Ing bei ause i.l knows It Is for the
best interests of the citizens.
To tne south of this city there Is
a most beautiful country to optn
up an'l thousands of dollars are being expended opening it up right at
this very minute, but thi-re are some
roads more urgently required thi n
others. One of these is the Trout
Lake-Beaton road and some of tie
merchants of Trout Lake were in tins
city last week interviewing the Coi-
servative Association »ith a vi w
to impressing upon the governmed
the immediate necessity ol getting at
It an.l improving thia road at oi.ee
It Is hoped their mission was successful*! Three thousand dollars I s
been appropriated tor this work, I it
the Tr.M'.t Lake residents want t'ne
Work   got   .it   r.ght  away   and       11   y
havt good grounds     for smh a    i i
quest
At present the C.P.R. runs a t.i
from Revelstoke to Arrowhead iiy
: lil, thence hy the -Vrrow Lakes anl
rail to Tr il, Rossland and Nels n .
all ins through    exquisite
scenery.      Hut the trouble  now      is
that  the return trip has to he madj
:   exactly the Sami   route,  and nil
because  une  lift ■
tween Tr it Lake and Beati a Is
in".-: difficult for wagon tranipi i
tion. Were this puce of load ri
good shape Assistant Paasengei A-
ent Wells of Nelson would have Ihs
return trip made from Nelson to \i-
penta hy the Kootenay l.ak.'s. ry
rail to Gerrard, by the Trout Laka
route to Trout Lake City an.l i i
Tr -it La's.* City to Beaton bj  ■■■
-.t    Revelstoke. Thia
route ;s recommend.-1 Welle,
provided the Trout L.u.   i I
I shape and ti..- e\
plaini tbe icUvWy ■■'. th Tn tl Lake
people.     Freight ratei from    Revel-
.-I ,p,*   to    -' rr.*       Of
*- <      I be mat      . ■•      I      ■ i
too if this  roa      -    .; * - iy
t':.e-e  Ti    *'.   Lake   ;*•   ; li
rati- Stave COB
•   must   be  figured
Wert I opened  ui 1
io  more  b tslnesa for    l:        ■  -v,
and tbe Mall-Hi ral 1 Join ■
■
c >n-
I
n'e.ht   aw ,y       It   would I       .   nrich
round      trip     opened up do  .  R ■ el-
,*tok
Tl.'* c minute* pf Troui
•-   was  headed  of JI
tbe  ; ■     ' .     '
Tl,* 'in,
nre  .-
■
there ts
■
I
some ol these fairs u i*an a
and  I*  a mean      '
koo* t-hal
itoM i i. * . -f- .  '       rill be an
June 30tb  to     July t it
time  when   t-hoee  big  .
berries  for   which  Re
famous a;"* at  thnt
•■» no better ro
ing  the   p ;     I I .
quartet I   "'■   tin*  fruil in
dustry in H   C.     »i   il ,. bavi     /
mineral  I
ln*n,  ehlch a few samples could     be
'". then to    •
Bampli      "'    -■ big He's
could  be     nhn»-n.     Ttu* surrounding
countl claimed  to i«* a
ng till i      ThiH
a. ai'  kni.w, '• *■• th re nre i thei  l*"**-
i**> mnl othei b 'i*      not
k* ■••   iw,  in :t i Would it
OUl      nad
Jtmou-etrate th.. [act t    then? Down
INSURANCE
If you insure with us you
insure with some of the
oldest and strongest companies in the world.
lil    TROUBLES OF CENSUS MAN
Three-Quarters of An Hour tc
bet Aye of five Old Maids
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
Insurance of All Kinds
Ti
iiniilii  Telegram.  -"1   struck     live
uiil
maids  in  one  house  aud  it   look
iik'
nn hour and thrce-'quarters to get
the
age ot any ol  thom."
A
smiling young cen ius enumerator
^
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,n tin* real nf the Victoria hotel thero
are two grizzly cubs and two little
Teddy bears taken in captivity some*
where around bore. Buppose theso
were exhibited In u booth at tbo Gal
gal y fair would thoy ii"t attract a
big crowd around the Revelstoko
booth, and il this crowd did gather
to see the bears would they nut tako
a peep at the berries, tbo ore samples .nnl tho lumber Biimplcs? Wo
are imi sn particularly in favor of
Oalgary fair but Calgary would perhaps be the best, place for such an
exhibit, and if the Board of Trade
can see Its way clear to finance such
a scheme it. would result In untold
good to the city. We especially re-'
commend this scheme for their consideration,
200,000 tramps In the whole coun*
ii uros show thai about. 20,11110 u!
< army of special parasites are
tin
try ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
this army of special parasites are always to be found In this state ami
ahout Hi.uuu in Ilus city alone. More
than $1,000,000 a year is spent for
tiie maintenance of thin nriny in jails
nn.l other Institutions, while tho cost
nl tho damage to property and crimes
committed together with general contributions bungs the total up to
$5,000,000, While the plan by which
it is proposed to wipe out this wasteful expenditure and at the same
time eliminate the tramp problem
has never been tried in this country
it h is proven so successful abroad
that there is no doubt as to its ef-
ficiency here. It proposes to e>tnli-
lish somewhere in the country a
tramp farm colony to which vagrants
'■an be sent and where the products
of their labor will be used toward
tbo-ir maintenance. Thc professional
hobo for whom work litis no attractions will doubtless give the province
a wide berth while those sent to the
farm  will      be  given  an  opportunity
The most
abroad
it  is  be-
oval
The lieutenant-governor of Ontario
has been urging that the young people of Toronto be "drilled In the use
ol the Canadian tone, of which they
should not be ashamed." The lieutenant  governor  must have  heen  lii-l
cuing  to some  Canadians  who      im- ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
port their accent under tho preferent-  to become useful citizens.
ial tariff,  thinking that thereby they successful  of these colonies
establish their standing in society. It actually makes money, and
was very  disappointing to these peo- Heved  that  a similar result could be
lew years ago to observe that accomplished here.     The matter      is
the present  now  before the     legislature  in      the
ac-1 form of a bill  providing      for      the
pic a
the then  Prince of Wales-
king— did not speak with  the
cent they had so arduously acquired.
- Montreal Star.
THE    COUNTRY  MERCHANT.
"Yes,"  remarked  a country      mcr-|
chant,     "I  certainly      have  a    snap.
Wholesale    houses      send   duns every '
nth ainl draw mi me at sigbi,  but |
WL. __^^^
trad-
acquirement  of  the  necessary
nud  within about one minute
its  passage  there  is certain  to
the greatest      tramp     exodus
known.
land
alter
occur
eber
VACUUM  KLV CATCHER.
The limit ol uses to Which  a      vu-
sen.l   a  bill   to  a farmer  he    bc- j cuum apparatus may be put seems to
comes swearing mad und quits
ing at my store. While 1 am hard
up for money, many of those who
are owing me are sending money in
advance to mail order houses. K 1
contribute money to any cause people say I am bidding for trade, if
I don't tiny say I am a hog. Every
day I am expected to dig up for everything that comes along, from a
rattle ticket to a church fund by peo
pie who claim 1 ought t" do     tins
because ihey do part nf the trailing
here, but our friends the departmental stores neither buy tickets nor help
tbe church fund, and yet the.
cash in advance business. II I sell
a pair of pants I must treat the inn
dy to candy and cigars; tl r buy a
load  "1  potatoes I must  do the  same.
Customers who aro able to pay hang   immersed in scalding water to kill the
on  to their money  while  l   pay    10  captives.     People  who think  t
per cent, at the bank  to get      ready   takin :,* about n    .
I have a lug business du   ng   - .  -.ment
hard     times and poor crops,     from   and   munii •    the
people wbo are willing to trade with * .-
me provided I can duplicate   atal
ue hou.-e  priees and  wait until  b 	
est ;,t mono).     My scab too
much, when I sell sugar, and '* ■
tie when 1 buy butter.     I
u liar  and a  grafter.      If I smile      I
am  a  soft  soapy  hyp If  I
don'l  I am a grump,     Yes   certainly
- a snap,"     Ami he looked
er   Jin."11"      Worth  ol   BCCl nuts.       all
good and wonders how he cnuld raise
1330  to  pay  a sight   Iraft  due      tomorrow—Ex.
be boundless. Here is a plan hy which
it catches Hies. A pipe leading trom
the vacuum tank is suspended across
the 1 uniii horizontally with a Berles
,',' funnels depending from it. One
funnel can be hung over a table, for
Instance, and another over the window sill. As the dies enter the window those that come close to tbe
funnel are sucked up Into the pipe
above. For those that escape a bait
nl bread and molasses is set on the
table below tbe mouth of the Becond
funnel. When tbe InBects make for
this feast thej are whirled up Into
ening above .1 soon as they
come within the radius of suction.
Valves at the top of the funnels close
down when the vacuum motor is shut
u'i .uul the traps can be remi
High School Attendance
■li 1*"  nt   Bevels! ke
Si'hool tor month ol May, 1011.
H-igh -Cf
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ATTRACTIVE  HANDERA
ilgary  Industrial   Bib
Co. havo during the  past  fei
issued   some   very    iti      I        Hangers
Dg their exhibit!   1 Many
will    reraemlier    the ban ■
•*i Trail 1
i*.             ■ '   hanger
yet   published   by   tl my.      It
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let.iy sighted an aeroplane in
,i,'l   In*   .mut.-il
,y  tl.I**'*.ii.l.     whirl,        i    nn as just
rcli i tbe head * ' tbe avla-
11       lima two c..iui   lithograph
: -'.   -   tbi  n 'im* of the Bxhlbit •
loo in*i  1 iii. .imn .i"t!' tu -inly V'b.
1     * * nl U V      1  "'.'   *'      tlle>
Public Schools Attendance
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for   tin*   I
follOWl
Central 9
nil .ine
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e* schools
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Strathcona Schl. I'ii
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made this stateiiie lay when asked what his chief difficulty was 111
getting Information, "Thoro are," he
continued, "a very large number of
persons who regard thfl information
us too personal a character and they
decline to answer it, at all, or if thoy
do, it is given in Buch a way as to
lead one to believe that It is nol any
where near the truth."
"Among the residents ol Rosedale,
there is some difficulty in obtaining
Information regarding the finances
and also the amount nf Insurances
carried. In one of the North Toron
to ili-tricts yesterday afternoon one
enumerator got through 110 nameB.
Ho stated that for the most part* pen
pie have no objection to giving information about Iheir family or
about themselves, lull somo of the
questions have been so magnified by
tbe newspapers thttt they do not
wanl   to tell  a great many  things.
"Some of them are surprised when
they are not asked if ihey are lunu-
tics or insane. 1 simply ask them if
they have any physical infirmities or
intellectual deilclences. Then some of
them want to know what that is. 1
tell Lhem that lunatics and crazy
people have Intellectual deficiencies
and that people are physically infirm
who have to he pushed around in an
invalid chair.
"One,woman asked me how I would
like to lie tbrowed out. I told her I
didn't know what it would feel like
going out il I didn't hit a gate post
nnd stop too suddenly. I advised
her to get somebody much bigger
than me  to  make the experiment.
" One of the census commissioners
stated that he had Interviewed 54 out
of 84 enumerators, and while there
was much to be understood and
straightened out, fair progress was
being made. He said that some of the
older men were not making the progress o*5 thc younger men and did not
seem able to comprehend the (jiust -
ions and schedules.
"Here is an Instance," he said.
"One man came in with his sheet
tilled up giving all the nationality ot
the people entered the same as their
tribal origin. It was Irish, Irish;
Scotch, Scotch; Knglish, and so all
the way down. We hud to niter
those and mnke them all 'Canadian.'
This is one thing they don't seem to
understand, and I can readily see
that il an Irishman or a Scotchman
has just arrived in Canada, he is
just as Scoteh as he ever was, and
it will bc a long time before they
will prefer to be called a Canadian,
inst,'a,I   '»f  eit.hii    Irish   or   Scotch
"One of the enumerators in the
ward, after he had secure,1 some ot
the information fi om a boarding-
house keeper, was told:
"Is there anything else you would
like to know. Whose business is it
where me husband is, and it. ain't
of your business or thc Whitney
government's how much money 1
make or what I do with it, so you
can gel    ■■■
" A resident    .   Rosedale smiled all
lhe   way   through   the   long   list       of
and  hesitated   Alien    asked
about     bis     Le  Insurance.  'Oh  put
00,' he said.
"When  the en .merat* 1
.shed  with him each oi five servants
were called  in   .ml  Interrogated sep-
numerator.        when
how     much money
they  11. gentleman
; 1 the sei     *'
11  was too  pei lonal,
.itel the]  1 answer >t        Thej
led   us   receiving  $15
met     with
»an!   but    *   other
*   number
of both  DM women  wbo do not
rememlH't   •   *    . *ar   in   which       they
11. nth   •*   say m-th
mg of thi Tins is one of the
partleu
laily repugn       to old women.
"l'i  '"* errd of
the ward the nun
■ ■
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"Wall ..* '
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the end  i/i
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isk this fell
*.' "
CANADIAN GOLD PIECES,
1 Ittawa, June 51 -The final appr
at London of Lbe designs for the new
Canadian live and ton dollar gold
pieces is expected shortly. Ily autumn the new coinage will be installed. They will be 111 instrinsic value
and size the same as the American
coins ol like value, and will probably
jo accepted at pur in the United
Slates, thus proving 11 great con -
venlenco to the Canadian who now
,;oes across the border unprovided
with American money, Practically
tho only gold coins in use in Canada
ut present are the American gold
pieces, nnd the number of these in
this country is surprisingly large.
On December 21 last the receiver-general lor Canada had no less than
$118,000,000 worth, thus showing the
large demand there is for a gold coinage  in  Canada.
WEEK'S  EXTRA   VACATION.
Toronto, .Mine (■:*. The King having
expressed a wish that nil school cli i'l -
dr.cn should have u week's holiday uf1-
tei* the coronation, tho day schools
will probably close on dune 21i, instead  ol  ,I line  2K.   the date arranged.
VISIT   KKOM   THE   KINli
Tn
rle.l
nlu, June 8,- It ta papor
here that a visit will bo made to this
country by His Majesty King (Ieorge
The King will visit Canada en route
for India where he will bo crowned
as Emperor. It Is sai.l His Majesty
will visit all the important cities in
the Dominion during his journey
across the country, and will sail for
India from  Vancouver.
Harry Winters
were  drowned
Albert.
in
and   Thor   Helgeson,
a slough at  l'rince
Nine hundred dollars a foot was
paid for a Fort street corner in Winnipeg.
k(oi
oronatioh
»TEA«
Packed in
BEAUTIFUL CORONATION
SOUVENIR TINS
60 *   a pound
In commemoration of tlie coronation of
Kinp George V,'- RidgwayB" havo put o-.i tlie
market a coronation tin of a ni"st picturesque
and exquisite design] bearing cxi client portraits
of ICing George v, Queen Mary and the Prince
of Wales. Special panels have been designed
representing Canada, India, Africa, Australia
and New Zealand,
Only a 1itniio<l number have been iinpoitcd.
Price GOe. for one pound tins.
Ai lU-t hlitipit
CALGARY
Calgary. Alberta
June 30th
TO
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Pal k. 1 algary,
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for 1 In* nioni hi
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Shield
ine   Kelson
A TRAMPLB88  PRO\ tNCB,
lune    8.—There      is      ft
gloom among tin memfiers m tin* an
rlent il ii.it royal 1 i'i "I Iramp*.
lm- plans ai«' now inrbi amy l" trial"'
ijiiiiK'i tie* r.i't ti.itnpln.h p rovln-M
111 the '"iiiiui v iiiiii to 'hinge It from
the paradise of panhnndlors, which
it now is, to a territory to be Hhun
Irthui  i*'   Kslly, undei  arrwl
Red iwr bai confuted,
ii
Phi   milli ** v conting-ant i front th*
dominions and coloniafl h 1
commenced  to arrive In    London for
thc coronation
Men charged with creating disturb
mires in Vancouver on Monday, were
given three months 111 Jail with hard
A.'*- \i'A     K Wl'.
ued by every professional hobo.     Of' labor.
.   at  tbe  ' Mi'le      in
i*.   ,*
l'imiB-i-8
ml i" *     •'■';" *.'
.      '!.■*
; |H I   Totll
* *, opi 11 ■' ii■■ with
■ mi  ■' ..-   1 1 "'.in bureau,
•     : Will     ll*"
lo I'*     to
provide th  ms lo t Iw 1 Ity
with   latlsfneloiy     accommod >iIon
Till'    H|"M      1        * INH'Ii      I    lIl'H     i.ll llll
lines 1 uniting into Vancouver will be
a big Inililiriiieut.
July 7,1911
$29,000
In Prizes and Purses
Freight paid on all exhibits nritfinatinK in Alberta
The besl special features
over seen in Canada west of
Toronto, including :
Brennan's Mono-Rail Car.
Moving Pictures of the Coronation,
Grand display of Fireworks.
Music by the 103rd Rifle
Regimental Band and other high
class features.
Pai i:Mutual machines to be
for the lirsi time
Western Canada al
the Exhibition
Race*
Reduced Passenger Rates
Entries close June l">ili
Sheriff I, S. G.  Van Wart,
President
Col. Jas. Walher,   E. J. Dewry
Vice-Presidents
ii ,/f Lists and othor Informa-
I imi   Iiiiiii    E,   I,    Iln 11 Mil>-"\,
Manager,  Victoria   Park,   ('"i
gary,
\
CREAM
PAKING POWDtf
Superiority in
Strength, Purity,
Wholesomeness
Established:
U. S. Government Reports,
Highest Awatd
World's Columbian Exposition.
Sixty Years the Standard.
OPERA HOUSE—ONE NIGHT ONLY
MONDAY,   JUNE   12
ENGLAND'S GREATEST CHARACTER ACTOR
..Albert Chevalier..
ASSISTED HV
Edna Blanche Showalter
l'i iinn Doniui Soprano
Ai Him I'iano,   lOlIN C. IIOI.I.inAY
Myron W. Whitney
Tin* American Basso
Tickets $2, $1.50, $1.    Plan of Hall at Macdonald's Drug Store
Prices Are Better Than Ever
Instruments selected b.v one who knows
what instruments should be
Edison Phonographs - Victor Gramophones
ALL RECORDS OF THESE TWO MACHINES KEPT
Agent for Gourlay. Winter & Leeming's
Gherhard Heintzman, and other noted
makers of Canada's finest pianos.
Shaw's Sash and Door Factory
Manufacturers of Sash and Doors, Mouldings
and all kinds of Woodwork.
Gel your Screen Doors and Windows made to
Order.
G. 2). Shabv,   -    Proprietor
Ideal Billiard Hall and Cigar Store
Largest, Coolest and Most Up-to-Date
Rooms in the City.
CUTLER  & STOKES,   -    PROPS.
H. W. Edwards
Taxidermist
BEAR   RUGS  MOUNTED
Oornor of Con-naught Ave. and
Victoria Rond
REVELSTOKF, ■ B. C
P   O.  Box 31
Foit BALK Two cheap propt rtlei on
Third street, neat Cowan Block, H
Hiiui'y house, ii " :i Bungalow
ttanding on a cornet int. Apply
.Inini Dmliy-Blilii', 181S, tlludstone
Avenue, Victoria, B. C. iin
HOLY NAMES *C»0EMV AND NORMAL SCHOOL
Spokane, Wash,
Catalogue and Ratei nn Application,
Adtln'CN :     Bl*TBB SUPERIOR.
WANTKI) - To rent, two furnished
room, with board Inr mini, wlfo,
and two children, Answer T.B.O.,
lu cure ol Mail-Uorald. '.!
SATURTAY, JUNE 10,  1911.
thid" mail-hebald, REVELSTOKE
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
HAVE INSTALLED  IN THKIR   VAULT A  NEST  OF
SAFETY  DEPOSIT BOXES
IF YOU HAVE  ANY
TITLE DEEDS. MORTGAGES. INSURANCE POLICIES,'
OR OTHER VALUABLES
THEY SHOULD BE LODGED IN ONE OF TKLSE BOXES
171
FOR   FURTHER   INFORMATION   APPLY  TO
REVELSTOKE    BRANCH-F   M. GIBSON. MGR'
LOGGERS'   BOOTS
Tlu* Famous Lcckie Loggers' Hools and our own
make a ways in stock. See our Pack Straps and
Pack Sacks.
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
Bent and Shoe Repairers,
Saddle n.
Harness Makers
THE MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED   1856
Capital Paid Up $4,000,000
Reserve Fund $4400,000
Has 77 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in all the Principal Cities of the World.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS     BANK   DEPARTMENT
At all Branches.     Interest allowed at highest current rate
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, VV. H. PRATT Manager.
Under New Management.
Wm. Boyd, Proprietor
Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
The Greatest Hralili Resort on the Continent
Natural Hot Water, 1J4 Degree of Ilea
Natural Hot Water in Baths.    O        All Year
Rales from $ 12 io $15 Per Week
GET   "WISE!
Have the Best!     It Pays!
You can get the  best of
Everything in the line of
SMOKERS' SUNDRIES
At the Reliable Headquarters
McKinnon's Cigar Store
THE   BIG
REMOVAL SALE OF FURNITURE
IS   NOW   ON
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I WORLD NEWS IN PARAGRAPH
*   A Symposium of What is Happening in
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R. HOWSON & COMPANY
Hcv. A. J. Irwin was (,'lected President ol llie Hamilton Conference.
The Ontario Medical Association
advocated hetter care of the healrb
of children.
W. A. Sills, n chemist of some note
committed  stiiciiie at Hamilton.    He
Revelstoke, b. c.
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
ICnlarneil f pioveil.     First-Class in every respect.     All modern convenient:*
Larue (Sample Rooms.
Rat a $2.00 per day        Special Weekly Rates
The    terniH of the Declaration     of
London were ilisi iisseil at tho imp r
i.ii conference.     Promler Fisher,   ol
Anstralin, introduced a resolution regarding the question.
Western Canadian commercial travellers undertake to furnish $10,000 Ior
the Children's hospital.
Revels toke i B.C.
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably   furnished   with  the  choicest the
market affords.     Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
X.    ALBEET     STOISTE      PEOP
Lumb
ermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -   Revelstoke, B. C.
be fort- buying yonr outfit of working clothes
for the Imsh. J make a
specialty of UogginQ
Shoes, PantS, Sox, Shirts
Blankets and everything
required inyour business.
ASK THE DRIVER
Everybody knows him, he will
tell yon that the whiskeys wears
Belling arc llie licbt. Call and lie
convinced. No household should
lie without a supply of our Har-
vey's Special Scotch Whiskey; our
Frapin Liqueur Brandy, guaranteed
80 years old or Blackberry Brandy
for Medloinal purposes. Our stock
of choice Wiius nnd Liquors of all
kinds me uncxcelli d.      Sold hy all
the leading hotels, or telephone
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Importers and Dealers in Pure Wines, Liquors, Cigars and Cigarettes
Fruit and Vegetable
Boxes and Crates
Our Jinx factory is now running and
wc lire in ,i position lo supply nil kinds
of fruii .'nnl vegetable boxen and crates.
Those who  have   not already sent us
their orders should do BC at imoi' us they
nre Coming In Inst, .nol we «"uiil like to
deliver   nil   orders   in   good   Iimi"    Our
boxes arc equal to any ou the market
and prices can be had on application to
S. McMahon,  Kevelstoke, or to
THE KERNAGHAN LUMBER COMPANY, LTD,
.Salmon Ami, 11, C,
Eggs for Hatching
Rhode Island Red.
Silver-laced Wyandotte and Huff Leghorn, per setting, $2.mi.
MiiiiU'ii goose eggs, SOc. each,
I'ekln duel sill i'kksi $2.00.
Day old ducklings.
Uny old chirks a specialty.
Write or Phone 212.
MRS. R.A. UPPER
New Orevs laiui, KtvL'latoke,
For Sale
li") foot  Lot and  House, Third Street
$1000.
Three Lots on Second Street, near the
new Post Ollice, $1260.
House and Lot near Y.M.C.A., $3150.
Two   lots   and   House, Third   Street,
$2000.
House and Lot, Kirst Street, near the
new Post Ofllce, $2100.
55 feet ou Sixth Street, $700.
50 feet on Victoria Road, $550.
12 Room House, Second Street, 50-foot
lot, $4500.
And oilier first c'ass values.
Call and investigate
W. B. Robertson
Great West Permanent Loan
Company Agency
E.   G.   BURRIDGE
Fruit Lands
FOR SALE
Galena Bay lantl= in parcels of
10 or 20 acres or en bloc. Corres**-
pontleuce invited.
John Shaw, Agent.
Box 616 Arrowhead
John Lee
Drygoods Store
Dressmaking and Jewelry
Hand-Painted China, Rat*
l   tan    Chairs,    ami     fata*.
things,   Battenburg    Bed
Spreads. Shams, Scarlslnr
Dressers, etc.
Removed to opposite side
of Street from Central
Hotel.
Prices Reasonable P 0  Boi 206
Front St.. Lower Town, Revelstoke
I
Tinsmith Repairs, Hot Air, Pipe
and Furnace work
-WORK   SHOP—
Connaught Ave.   -   Revels oke
TIME TO PLACE YOUR ORDER
FOI SPRI G  PAIHTING
Let me prii nt your bouse right, I do
nothing hut first-class work. Quality
considered my price is low. The hest
materials used and work done when
pronised. Try mc on your interior
dec trating. My work is guaranteed to
please.
olGNS I can furnish you with any
kind you want. Glass, brass, tin, cloth
oi wood.   Get my prices*
Carriage and Wagon Painting at my
shop in alley hack of H. J. Bourne's
St.>re, Kirst Street.
B. Z. CRAWFORD
Residence Cor. 8rd St. at.d R •bsona**'
Pacific Coast
Tested Seeds
Arriving daily our ncn* and
fresh stork of Seeds, urown
under contract hy lhe hest
growers in all parts of the
world. S 'I'd* that will give
you the hest results. One trial
will convince you. Also a full
Pne "r u.iril.-ii r. iptwiles, Ini-
plenil ms oi' all kind-; II, i*
,siii,|ilii.-, Sprayers,.Spray, and
a full line of ( hick Feeds and
Conki*** '* i*,*ni"ili"s P •"*-:* the
button, we will do the rest.
II. J. Henry Nurseries
3011 Westminster Road
A. R. McDougall,    -   Manager
Vancouver. B. 0.
Ii. B. STONEX
Practical..
Machinist
Kepairs  of all  kind'   nciilly done
Bicyele and Gun work a specialty
Estimates (ilven on any class
of work
Front       Street.
UNION HOTEL
•AKUO*VHKAI), 11. I'.
S: eeial Attention gifeil lo 'Oininerelal
iim n and tourists. Flrst-clnsi samplt
ro* 'lis. Fines! Hennery in British Columbia, overlooking Upper Arrow Lake.
VV. J. Lightburne. Prop
CEMENT BLOCKS
Mtinnfactnrad for nii cm»n of   buildWi
CEMENT AND UME FOR SALE
FIRE CLAY AND FIRE BRICK*
For Bait in Ur»rft "r small <i*"AnfitIes
ttthalowost pfteM fnroaih
AU klii'l- of In;;    j   : c   mnl  pIlUttrlDg
ludertakou
Foote & Pradolini.
REVELSTOKE
! S V, ANN'S   ACADEMY
KAMLOOPS, B. C.
Adonis superior educational advantages. Handsome n.n brick building,
modern equipment, extensive grounds.
Classes graded In accordant.* wiih the
ichools throughout thia I'rovlnce.
roinpleie Music and Art Departments.
Special courses in Shorthand, Typewriting ami Book-keeping. Particular
attention given i„ reflnemeni ol man-
ners ami i'iirrt'i-1 Kn^listi.
I I RMS   MODI* HAI I.
For Pro8peotus. Address Tho Aodomy.
Shi7oh9§ Cure
n'llckly stops enndfas,   cures culds,   l,,*.il*.
■tit thrust sail IwoSs.     ...     89 casts.
' AT IT HERE SHICE 1900V
wu WORK,
M/lKEyOUR MONEY
WORK TOO.
BHPEPOSITIPKiVOURJilVllW
WITH US THEY Wilt EMU
4% INTEREST WHICH
WECREPITMOnTHL*y .'
dPIPMOnE^ISRETURn-
/IBLE ON DEWIflP
IS QUICKLY fl J THEIWtf
CAM GARRY IT.
PEOPLE JUST l\S CAREFUL
MP CAUTIOUS/IS
WUCflPIBE,
rfREWELL PLEASED,
m THOROUGHLY
SATISFIED,
wiTHTnewiyirivV«itti
our Business is
TRANMCTEP-rt BUSINESS
M/JIYI&eP BY PEOPLE OP
fWUREDEMEME
MlflfESTiriTEfiRID.
flP05T/IL,6IWnG
yOUR WIME */WRP.SS
WIltPROMPmBRPifi YOU
FULL- INFORM/WON.
1WRITE mm.
SHOULPyOHHrfVEilNy
PINflflGlrtL BUSINESS 111
v/mouvER"ViciPin7,
RENTS TO COltEGT.
/fGREEMENT5 FOR &1LK«*-
hORTft1GE5 TO ISOh /IFTEfi
/INPCOL^EGT,
FIRE INSURANCE TO PldCli
LETUS/ITTEriDTOIT.
WE ARE PLEflSinG
OTHERS\*E WIU-BE SURE
TO PLEASE YOU.
OnJHASE^CeiTl).
321 Cambie Street,
ipVaixcoviver B.C.oJ
i wua a victim ol paralysis.
I The late Richard 1'. Smith ol
Htrathfoy, lclt $20,000 to thc Surniu
Ilospitul to pny for poor patients.
Oapt, John Milne ol the utcumcr
W. I). Ross, was lined by Superintendent Ross of the Suult Ste. Mario
(Iiiinii for too (U*ep loading.
A $100 a day fine has heen Imposed
on the Yukon and White Pass Hail-
way company lor failure to rcduoc
its rates as ordered by the Dominion
railway  board,
Hon. W.H. Fielding has written    a
letter to  the London  Morning    Post
charging  that -Canadian affairs      are
being dragged  into tho field ot party
| polities in Ui'itaiu.
| It. I,. Bopden states that he may
not he able to open the Winnipeg
fair.
There urn many cases of -scarlet
fever in Winnipeg.
'    Parties  of     Knglish    and       United
States  newspaper men    are    to tour
•  western  Canada.
| Sault Ste. Marie financiers have
purchased the liruce mines und Al-
goma railway,
The seventh annual Winnipeg horse
show opened  with  unusual  brilliancy,
I John Dillon, Nationalist M.P., wbh
severely injured in an automobile accident.
Donald McKenzie,  a live year      old
, boy, was drowned in a slough, near
Strassburg.
I A little girl, Lizzie Kossowsky, 521
Dulleriii avenue, Winnipeg, is missing
1 since Sunday afternoon.
Ten persons were drowned as tbc
result ot launches capsizing at Salt
Luke City and St. Louis.
A syndicate ol Uritish capitalists is
seeking a power franchise ut Saskatoon.
A midnight rainbow was seen at
Emerson on Saturday night.
Work has been resumed on tbe
South  Vancouuer municipal  hall.
School trustees at Point Grey havs
asked the council to submit a bylaw
for $40,000 for school purposes.
The   coroner's    jury find  that   the
late  D.   Probert  was  murdered
some person at present unknown
In a lire at West Emerson Sunday morning rolling stock was dam-
iil'-.I to the extent of $30,000. A fireman had a miraculous esi-ape.
Nellie, the three year old child of
Mr. and Mrs. John Stowie, Aberdeen
avenue, Winnipeg, was fatally burn -
ed while playing with fire.
In a speech at Crystal Oity, J. G.
Turiff, M.P., said be expected that
reciprocity would result in lower
freight rates in the Canadian west.
Hon. William Patcrsoti will not accompany Hon. Frank Oliver on bis
reciprocity tour through tbe west.
Tbc victim of last week's tragedy
at the Winnipeg Exhibition grounds,
is identified as Morcin tllacha.
The indications ure tbat every seat
will be contested at the provincial el
ections in Nova Scotia.
Francis Kelly, who is alleged to
have shot tbe chiei of police of Red
Deer has been captured.
T. P. O'Connor says the veto fight
bas practically dropped out of active
politics in Britain.
baron Vou Eetvelde, of Hrussels,
Belgium, advises friends to invest in
western Canada.
Archbishop Langcvin hus issued a
circular letter dealing with the observation  of coronation  day.
The senate finance committee at
Washington, hns conducted hearing's
on the Canadian reciprocity bill.
An Australian naval officer had
both feet cut off as the result of the
recoil from a hawser which broke.
Richard Stanhope was sentenced at
Brandon to three months with hard
labor on a theft charge.
It will be several weeks before an
examination can be made of the
United States battleship Maine which
is being raised.
During thc sii months of the present session of thc Dominion parlia -
ment. the speeches have filled over
10,000 pages of  Hansard.
Preparations are almost completed
for Winnipeg's coronation day -celebration at the exhibition grounds.
The Gillett sash and door factory,
in Vancouver, was partially destroyed by fire, involving a loss estimated
at $3,000.
Rats and fleas effected with leprosy
have  been  found  at Melbourne.
Twenty-two families are homeless
as the result of a fire at Calumet,
Quebec.
United  States House nt  ReprtHCDt-
by | stives   authorizes   investigation       of
the so-called sugar trust.
A strike of two thousand su-jar
workers has occurred at Ayr, Queens
land.
Overseas     Dominions  for  tbe  first
time in history will be resprented ty
indard   bearers  at   the  cct'.i.at'i n.
t;
st
A POST CARD BRINGS
HELP FOR THE KIDNEYS
GIN PILLS SENT FRfE
We want ill sufferers from Kidney
»nd Bladder Troubles, Lame Rack snd
Rheumatism, to test GIN I'lI.I.S, snd
•ee for themselves Hint GIN PILLS will
really cure all these troubles.
If your Kidneys are weak—if it pains
you to urinate—if your back aches—if
bands .iml feel are crippled with Rheumatism—give GIN PILLS a chance to
prove that tbey will relieve you and
cure you. It won't cost you a cent. You
don't have to buy them. Simply write
us for a free sample.
"A short tioie ago, I received a free
sample of GIN PILLS which I have
taken with socli good effect! tbat I herewith enclose soc for a box of them. I
believe GIN PILLS are just the thing,
forme." Richard Hamlvn,
I'KKNCII RlVBK.
GTO PILLS are so cal led because they
contain the medicinal principle of
Juniper berries, the essential principle of
Gin, but do not contain alcohol. 50c. a
box — 6 for p.50 — at dealers, and
guaranteed to give satisfaction or money
refunded. Sample box free if you write
m. National Drug and Chemical Co.,
Dept W.,     Toronto. „
The original
'iin Pills made by
National Drugand
Chemical Co. of
Canada Limited,
Toronto, are lold
only In thii box.
Hie GILLETTE Is An Economy
~ Not An Extravagance O
Because a fairly good open-blade razw
can be bought for two dollars, while a
GILLETTE costs five, have you concluded
that the GILLETTE is an extravagance ?
It is not.
The open-blade costs you $2.00 to buy and st
least 25c. a year to keep honed snd in conditio*.
Total, $2.25 for the first year.
The GILLETTE, with 12 double-edged Wadea,
costs $5.00, and a -second box of blades (should
your beard be very tough) adds $1.00. Total,
$G.OO for first year.   Difference $3.75.
Looks bad for the GILLETTE, eh ? Bat wait!
The three-minute GILLETTE will sav* you S
to 10 minutes every time you shave. Put it atfi.
That's over three working days a year, fan't
your time worth over $1.25 a day ?
When you're nearly late for the train er sa
important engagement, tlie five minutes which
the GILLETTE saves you is apt to be worth
several times the whole cost.
Then there's the comfort of the clean, cool,
easy GILLETTE shave-worth in itself several
times the difference in price.
For real economy —time and face as well as
cash considered—buy a GILLLTTE and enjoy it.
D ZpZoToZoZoZoT^oTcZ^
WORD
Opportunity for wealth is knocking at your door.    Will you a]
Tou can count on your finger tips scores of persons of your ow
have purchased property and have become independently rich,
if you act right now.     Do not let the other fellow get in ahed
on
■xa
The City of the Interior!
The City of Stead;
A Retrospect
Twenty years ago she was but a little
village of four or five hundred. You could
in half an hour count every house. Then
you had no faith in her possibilities for
growth and you didn't invest your earnings. You passed the opportunity up and
to-day you are not much further ahead.
A Regret
Have you been a Rip Van Winkle and
slept for these past twenty years ? If so
you must now wake up to the possibilities
of the next twenty years and regret your
inaction. Sit down and look yourself in
the face, ask yourself if you have acted
wisely. Be honest about it and answer the
question in all seriousness.
If you invest in Revelstoke Property now, you are investing in a sure
tion but an investment, and one that will pay you handsome dividends |
make money, write, Phone or Call on us without delay.
Dominion
Seeup
<
CHAS. A. BARNUM, Secretary and Manager.
— i ■ ■ 1.1. i ISE
SUFFICIENT
ier ? If you do she will lead you on to fortune and independence,
mintancewho have stepped into cities before the boom.started,
: are just as clever as they and their experience will be yours
jtou and take all the profits.    No better investment in the West.
p
Ld Persistent Growth!
A Prospect
With the surety that Pulp, Paper and
Lumber Mills are to be established here,
you know that this City must go ahead
in leaps and bounds in the next few years.
Can you afford to let the opportunity of
becoming independent slip by for ever?
Just look ahead. With the increased development, property must advance correspondingly and if you act now you are the
winner.
Laker.    The element of chance is entirely obliterated.    It is not a specula-
Istand to win several hundred per cent, and lose nothing.    If you want to
Company
Invest Right at Home!!
A Resolve
Decide right now. If you want a Lot
or a few lots, get them now before they
double or treble in value. Make up your
mind right now that there will be no more
of that Rip Van Winkle business for you.
Thousands of homes will be needed for the
large number of workers in these various
enterprises and you don't want to be forced
to live out in the suburbs owing to the increased price of property. Think it over
and decide at once.
Ltd.
Corner First Street West, and Connaught Ave
-4$m*>aa^HmNhHkH>$4^ 6 ATl'RTAY,  Jt'N'E 10, 1911.
THE  MAIL-HEBALD,  REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 1911.
Per/Ingle
THAT is the name, and
below is the trademark,
you are to look for next
time  you buy underwear.
Your size in any garment
with that trademark will
fit perfectly, will outwear
ordinary underwear, will
not shrink. Yet you pay
nothing extra for this
extra value: and you get our
Guarantee of " money back
if you can fairly claim it"
Made at Paris in Canada,
by PENMANS   Limited.  51
NOTICE
Revelstoke   Laud   District.
in ti ri. ol   w i si Kootenay.
Take notice that Henry 11. MeVity,
ni Rovelstoke, B, 0., occupation, ac-
countant, intends to apply lor per-
miss mi tn purchase tlio. lollowing Uo-
Bcrilicd land.
Oommenelng     at n   pnst    planted
NOTICK
NOTICE.
Revelatoke Land District.
Revelstoke, Laud District. j   DlBtrlot 0, West KootBnay.
District ul West Kootenay, I    Take notic0 tllat E(Uth G   McVltyi
Take notice that Lydia A. Wick, uf  Qf Revel8tok(J| Bi0i|  occupation  mar-
NOT1CE.
Nelson,    B.   0.,    occupation  married
woman, intends to upply (or permission  to purchase the following     described lands.
Commencing at a po.it planted    10
nn      the
Columbia
cast
river
bank
il
the  chains south  frum  B.K.    Corner    ul   S|| cluljns north Irom the North
ried. woman,   intends  to  apply       Ior
permission to purchase the   lollowing
described land.
Oommenelng ut u post planted   on
the cast bank of the Columbia fiver
,.,    .   the shore ul shelter buy ac the nurth
v\ est
Revelstoke  Land  District.
District ol West Kootenay.
Take notice that 1, R. nruith, of
Revelstoke, occupatlan, 13. C. Land
Surveyor, intend tu apply Ior per-
missiun to purcnaae the (ollowing described lunds.
Commencing ut a post planted    un
,» A.  F.
KOOTENAY      LODOE,  No.
and A. M.
Regular meetings are held in MASONIC TEMl'LE, Oddfellows' Hall
ou the Third Monday in each month
at '8 p. m. Visaing brethren are
cordially  welcome.
ROUT.  CORDON,  W.  M.
W.  B.  ROUKRTSON,  Secretary.
the north-east Timber    limit    9898 and un the  west   Oornor uf 1;„t S301A, Croup One, Ko-
corncr of  Lot  8301 A, Group One,  Ko- side  of   the   South  Fork  of  1''ostllil11 ; utenay  District,  and   marked   "Edith
■ ii   y   District,  and  marked   "Henry Creek six miles west of Upper Arrow 1^     McVity's      South-West      Corner
l-l.    McVity's      Suiith-West      Corner i.ake and running north  SO     chains,   p0B(.,, thence enst 40 chains,    thence
Post,"  thence east '10 chains,    thence east 80 chains, south    SU chains and | nortll 80     chains,     thenee west      -10
north     80    chains, thence  west      -10 west SO chains to point of commence-
chnins more or less to the cast bank ' ment,    being  the    S.   W.  Corner    of
ul  the Oolumbia river; thence    south Lydia Wick's location containing G40 !
,iimi.; lho east bank ol the Columbia   acres inure or less.
more or less to the east bunk ol the
Columbia river; theme south along
the cast bank of thc Columbia river
SO  (hains  more  orless  to  the    point.
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17;
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next
its
vs.
TW1LIGH1   LEAGL'E STANDING
w.
P,rates   1
Businessmen   1
Corley's    0
Giants    ii
Mon lay e   i isult,   Pirates
nessmen 4.
Games   iu  be   played   before
issue,   Monday  even,ml-.
Businessmen;  Wednesday,  Pirate.-,  vs.
Corleys.
A CHALLENGE*
The (ollowing challenge has been
handed .n tu tins office, an*d it is
to be hoped that some local sport
may -ee his way clear to accept the
6ame —
Sporting Editor,—I hereby issue a
challenge to any l.ght weight, middle weight ur heavy weight boxer
in tbe province ol Uritish Columbia,
for J250 a side, winner to take all
gate receipt*-.—M,ke Mclsaac.
Replies to this challenge sent
through'tue post office, general delivery,   will  be considered.
SHOOT AT ARMSTRONG.
Messrs. Guy Uarlier. H Cramer and
A. J. Macdonell, of the Revelstoke
Gun Club, journeyed tu Armstrung
on Wednesday uf this week to a
shoot held by the gun club there
on that day. Scores will be given
in next issue.
millions be given power to withdraw
i'ui treaties made by tin* home government without impairing the treaty
m far as the rest of the empire is
Ci ncerned.
The Nurth Winnipeg Methodist distiict decided on an aggressive policy
With regard tn immigrants and also
favored church union.
river 80 chains mure ur less to     the
poiut nf commencement,     containing
.1-0 acres, mure nr less.
Dated May Kith, 1911.
HENRY  H.  McVITY.
Per Charles Robbins,    Agent.
UNDER    ENTIRELY
N£W   MANAGEMENT
St. Leon
Hot Springs
Hotel
II"t mineral b.itbs especially recotll-
imii letl Ior invalids and those in need uf
tuning up,
Rxclusive bath* provided for ladies. 26
Private Rooms handsomely fitted up.
Dated  12th April,  1911.
LYDIA ANGELINE WICKS.
M.10-60 .1. II. Keeney, Agent
Kalis $2  per
weekh visitois.
day.   Special  Ral     for
H     COUSINS,   PROP.
Crop reports received by the Canadian Pacilic Railway frnin prairie
points show plenty of moisture and
gnud growing conditions,
The  pulice   in   Chicago  have
covered   an   organization     that has
grown rich by accepting    money for
-it irting tires.
A campaign to kill the Root amend
-r.int was started in the Benate at
■•\ ishiiigton by the friends of the
a. reement.
Revelstoke
..■--'New & Secondhand Store
FIRST STREET WEST
We buy and sell or exchange
Furniture,Stoves, Kitchen ware,
Men's Clothing, etc., etc.
NOTICE.
Hevelstoke  Land  Distiict.
District  of  West Kootenay.
Take  notice  that  the  Arrow  Lakes
Lumber Company, Limited, intend tn
apply  tu the Minister ol Lands      fur
' permission to lease the lollowing described lands.
Commencing ' at a post planted on
the shore line of Upper Arrow Lake,
nt (l point, about 7H7.ll feet easterly
from the South Kast corner of Lot
'ihi, Group One, Kootenay Distiict,
nnd marked "Arrow Lakes Lumber
Company Limited Nurth East Corner
Post". Thence smith into thc waters of Upper Arrow Lake a distance
of 20*0 feet, thence westerly and parallel to the shore-line ul the said lnke
a distance of about 3133.2 feet to a
point 200 feet South from a point
on the shore of said lake which ls
3133.2 [eat westerly from the southeast coinei of said Lot 384; thence
north 200 feet to the shore line " of
said lake, thence easterly along the
shore of said lake 3133.2 feet more or
less to the point of cotnmencenusn
17 acres more or less.
Dated April 22nd, 1911.
Arrow Lakes Lumber
Company Limited.
Ed. McGaghran, Agent.
of commencement,    containing     320
acres more or less.
Dated May 16th,  1911,
EDITH  li. McVITY.
Per   Charles   Robbins,     Agent.
end ol Arrow Lakes at an angle ol
I, 811G.1, and marked R. Smiths
\ngle Corner Post, thenee north 4u
enuins more or less to a post of Lot
811G.1.J thence west 20 chains, thence
south 60 ehuins, thence east 4u
chains more or less to the shore of
Shelter Bay, theuce north along the
suid shore to the poiut of commencement, continuing 160 acres more or
less.
Dated  April 13th,   l'Jll.
M10-60 ROBERT SMITH.
The Anglican  archbishop
'ii a  issued  a    warning  in  connection
'v.th mixed marriages.
Peter Bomlierg, aged SO, committed
iiiciile by drinking "rough on rats" i
tl his borne mi McGregor street, Win- ,
ipeg,   being  thc  third suicide ol the
inst week in the city.
J     P      II   11 T)   nn   'ni tlle  gooils  ol   tue  Reveistone
.   ll.    Mil,   -    f POpneiOF   & I)oor Company, Limited,    I
seized and taken ill execution a
DRUNKENNESS   CAN   BE   C\ 111 l>
iHd Fallacy That Drunkenness Cuunot
Be Curnl  Exploded.
VERNON   WILL  CELEBRATE.
II you .ii king fi :  a good day's
sport on Coronation Day the advertisement of Vernon, B. C, in anotb
er column uf this iai".' will ineerest
That city has arranged for
th**,* biggest and best day's enjoyment ever offered by the citizen* of
that place 22nd, commencing
with a big sting nf army
veterans. I tin . militia, fratern
al societies, schuol children, floats,
and decora*. I autos.
The r which liberal pi; ei
are offered will consist nf baseball,
football. - [ndi  •*  shinny,
I    '  • Bremen's .-;* rts.    Ei
i -.* : rot*- : ::. , , *.,*,ts h.iVi
been arranges.
Hi,
P..   M,   P..   SHi"»T.
Following   •* •   tbe  scores  for
l:   M.  P.. .-..*■■ t   in June ...
N.ime 21 0   *"*     T
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Many mon drink who desire tn stop
'he habit    Whisky,  however, hue un
ilermlned the constitution and ctvut-
ti   craving  that   is   not   t«>   be   d< 11 ■
nd   the   man   must   have   whtaio   ■■•
• ome thing that vwll  remove tho crnv*
ag and  build  up  the system snd  re-
tore tiie nerves.
Samaria Prescription stops thi erav-
iik, at' adies the  ner\ es, build;     p th<
general health and makus drink neiii*
illy   distasteful   and   nauseous,     li
isteless and odorb ss, an i cai
n   with   or   without      the     |
knowledge, In tea, coffee or I ! i
i   used   regularly   b>   Physlciai
[os pita la.    it has cured thousai da   n
lanada,   and   restored   happlni aa   to
iiundreda of hom<
Read   what    Mrs    Q .   of   Hull.
ays of it and what it did lor her:
'"It   is   four   moni hs   I     laj v
tar ted to use your  Remedy    i
d  tlie directions,  and    lad   ''>*■
esul La.    One  week  Rttei   !   utai
ng   your   Retncd)
Irlnklng,  and
f liquor a!nce.    i       pe you  ■■■ I
ny beartfelt  thai
-less   your  Rem* d)    whenevei
emain, *
Mrs.   G—,   Hull,   Qua.
(Name   withheld   l y   requesi  i
Now.   tf  th- r- . ona
own   who   Qe<*d
hi'm   of   it.      Prad
a.n take no bett< r form.    11
husband,   father,   brother
vho   drinks,   help   then     !
-lvea      Writ.'   to-
A VTLKE TRIAL  PACKAGE     '  -
•aarla,   with   Bookb *
i  ilars,       dlr<   *' ins,
e, etc will ti" sent In 0
■d package to a: •
a \ er.    Correjpon lence
i-niiai.    T)m trtaJ package
confidential.     Writ* to-day.    i'ii
niaria Remed 1  1
me  3t . Toront .    ''an ida       v b
for Halo by C.  H.   M tcdona
(1st, Revf Irtoka, i'- •"
Plants for Sale
Strawberry Plants
$1.00 Per Hundred
\\
Cabbage
Tomato
Pepper
Asters
11.    POTRUF*
Phone 56
8HBRIFPS SALE.
Notice  is hereby  given that    nailer
and by virtue ol three several writs
j of execution  to  me  directed  against
the  goods  of  the  Revelstoke       Sash
have
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^    large
quantity ot sash, doors, lumber, glass
moulding,   turned    goods,   nnd  hardware  which I will  oiler for sale publicly  at  the  building  formerly  occu -
pied hy suid Company  on  the corner
ol Third Street and Connaught Avenue'in the City ot Revelstoke,    1). C,
on     Thurshay     ihe Cth duy of June,
1911, at  2 p.m.,  to satisfy the    said
executions  and   preferred  claims    for
wuges owing by said company.
Duted this 30th day of May, 1911.
W.  J. LAW,
Shenil of Nortll
M 21  L't. Wesl Kootenay
Tbi*, -..ilf lias 1». en postponed till Tues
.''.■■■■   I        13, hi lhe same hour and plnce.
VV. J. LAW, Sheriff.
I.lyCUR  ACT.   1910.
Notice It hereby given thnt on the
26th day uf June, l'Jll. application
will i» made to thc Superintendent
"I  Provincial  I'olice for the transfer
Corporation of the City of
Revolstoke
Public Notice
CITY WATER.
By-luw Number 70 of the Corporation of the City of Revelstoke, is
amended hy the Fire, Water und
bight Committee, the following
changes in water rates to tuke eflect
on July 1st proximo, being made.
Hotels—$10,00 per month. Urinals
und Flush closets 25 eents per month
eaeh extra.
Stables—4 horses or less $1.00 per
month. 25 cents per horse for all
over 4. Four cuttle or less $1.00
per month, 25>. per head for all over
4. t'otli inside and outside city
limits.
Livery Stuln s—G horses or less GOc
per month, over G horses 25c. per
month each. This includes washing
vehicles.
Steam Laundries—$15.00 per  month
Other Laundries—$7.60 per month.
Breweries—$15.00 per month.
Sawmills (mill only)—$75.00 per
month.     Offices, stables present rates
Restaurants*--$4.00 to $6.00 per
monto.
Aerated Waters Factory—$10.00 per
month.
Bourding Houses—5 hoarders or
over $2.50 per month. Under five
boarders, household rates.
Blocks—Sleeping rooms 25c. per
room per month. Flush closets 25c.
extru euch per month.
Barber  Shops—$2.00  per  month.
Butcher Shops—$2.00 per month.
(Htices—$1.00 per month. Flush
closets 25c. extru.
Bakeries—$3.25 per month.
Tenement Houses—Household rates
for each tennnt.
Shucks—$1.00 per month.
Fire Hose in Buildings—50c. per
I month.
rn.lertnkers—$2.50  per  month.
Water for domestic use at old rates
NOTICE.
Certilicate  of Improvement.
WuKciicul, Helm, Colorado, Bel
Norte, Del Key, Sun Junn, Belta,
and Marguerite Mineral Claims, situate iu t'he Lnrileaii Mining Bivision
o; West Kootenay District. Where
located:—on Mohuwk  Creek.
Take Notice that I, A. H. Green,
acting as agint Ior John R. Henry,
Special Free Miner's Ccrtilicalo No.
U-SIO, intend, sixty days from date
hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder fur Certificates of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining
Crown tli'ants of thi ahove eluims.
And further take notice that action
under section U*7, must be commen:ea
before the issuance of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Bated this 20lh day of October, A.
B., 1910.
A. H. GREEN.
SELKIRK     LODGE  12,   1.  O.  O.  F.
Meets every Thursday evening in
Selkirk Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting
brethren cordially invited.
K. G. McRAE, N. G.
JAS.  MATHIE,   Secrotary.
COURT      MT.      BEGBIE,    No.  S4C1.
OF I.  O. F.
Mijets in I. O. O. F. Hall next to
Tapping's Opera House every sccoud
and fourth Monday in mouth. ViBit-
.ug brethren cordially  welcomed.
G. W. BELL, C. R.
WM.   S.   CAMERON,  Rcc.-Sec.
COLB RANGE LODGE,      K.  of    P.,
NO.   30,   REVELSTOKE,   B.   C.
Meets every  Wednesday  excopt   the
Third  Wednesday of each mouth      in
Oddfellows'  Hall at  8  o'clock.  Visiting Knights are cordially Invited.
J, Y.  SIMPSON, O. C.
O. H. BROCK,  K.  of R. & S.
M. of F.
O. W. O. W.
Mountain View Camp, No. 229.
Meets Second    and     Fourth Wednesdays    in euch  month  in    Selkirk
Hall.      Visiting   Woodmen are
cordially invited to attend
H.  W. EDWARDS, Coo. Com.
JAMES  McINTYRE,  Clerk.
NOTICE
Revelstoke  Land  District.
District of West Kooteuay.
Tune notice that Mane Scott, ol
Nelson, B. C, occupation married
woman, intends to apply for permission lo purchase the following Uc-
serioed lands.
Commencing at a post planted 80
ehuins west Irom the S.W. Corner oi
Lot S14S and running north SO chuius
oust 80 chains, south 80 ehuins, west
ho chains to point ol commencement,
being Muric Scott's South West Corner Post.
Duted Muy 15th, 1911.
MARIE SCOTT,
Per  J.  H. Feeney, Agent.
IARVEY, McCARTER
AND PINKHAM,
Barristers,  Solicitors,  Etc.
Imperial Bank  Building  Revelstoke, B. C.
Money to Loan.
Offices—Revelstoke,    B.   C,     and
Cranbrook, B. C.
leo.  S. MeCarter,
\. M. Pinkham, J. A. Harvey,
Revelstoko, Cranbrook
CODEHT  SMITH.
Provincial Land  Suveyor,
Mining Surveyor,
Engineering
Auction Sale Of
Surplus Furniture
An Auction Sale ot Surplus
Furniture will be held at R
Howson's (Id Furniture Store.
McKenzie Avenue, on June 17.
1911. at 12:30 o'clock. All
Furniture is in good conditio
including Bel Room Suites.
Waihstands Dressers. Pillows
Mattresses  a   Pilner  Lighting
of  the  license  '.nr the  sale  ol  liquor   ,    _„    .„.,,„„    *  ,,   , ,   . .,
1 Lawns muy be sprinkled between thc
by retail  in and  upon the     premises   , „ „,„,.„     _ ,  ,.       ,    „
hours of G and 9 a.m. and  l, and    !l
NOTICE
Revelstoke  Lund  District.
District oi West Kooteuay.
'lane notice tuat W. D. McArthur,
of Nelson, IS. C, occupation timber
cruiser, iutenus to upply for permis-
sian to purchase the following ill-
scribed lunds.
Commencing at a post planted at
N. K. Corner ot Lot 8148 plunted at
north 80 chains, wesl )s0 ehuins
south 80 cbains, cast 80 chaius to
point of commencement, being S. E.
Corner of w. u. McArthur's locution
und containing G40 acres more or less
Duted lath April,  l'Jll.
DANIEL  WILLIAM  McAHTHUR.
M. 10-00 J. H. Feeney, Ageut
■lcKENZIE AVE.,
BOX   1011,
REVELSTOKE.
lei     Beaton situute
iton, British Columbia from
'■                   i: . f Fer-
olumbla.
■:i    lav   .*!   M:ly.    1911.
JOHN A. THKW,
■ ler   uf   License.
■..]:■•.  NHLLI8,
ilic.int for transfer.
p.m. only. The city reserves the
right to meter nny premises for
water.
Irngntion—On   application,   special
arrangements may  be made tor    use        ^^_
within city limits only.     Outside the  'lon of oue moutu "lter the flrst »«•»-
city limits rn, water is to be used for ,1,cutlon bcreo[ » plicate ot the Cer-
1 titicute  of  Title  to  tho above    meu-
loued 'lund iu thc uutno of       James
NOTICE
lu the mutter of an Application tor
the issue of u Duplicute Certilicate oi
Title to Lots 1 und 2, Block 5G Town
oi Revelstoke.
Notice is hereby given thut It is
my  iiiifiiiiiiii  to issue ut the expiru-
NOTlCli.
CERTIFICATE  OF  IMPROVEMENT.
Coronation V.R.U. and Worth Star
Mineral Claims, situate iu the 'Trout
Lake Mining Division of west Kootenay District. Where located:—On
Rapid Creek.
Take notice that I, O. B. N. Wilkie
uetiug as agent for Cutler Thonius,
Porter of Spukane, Wash., U. S. A.,
e'ree Miner's Certificate No. B 04076,
intend, sixty days from date hereof,
io apply tu the Mining Recorder for
u Certificate ol Improvements, for tho
purpose of obta.n,ng a Crown Grant
of the above claims.
And further take notice that action
under section 87, must be commenced
before the issuance of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this 2ith day of April, 1911.
O. B. N.  WILKI1J.
.1 fixation.    	
Contractors  and     Builders—Permits
for  the use  ni     water     for concrete I
lenry    Armstrong,   wbich  Certificate
rrn-K     ^	
  Isi-iued  upon application:
.*,,. ii: Ick, per 1000  10c
per cubic yard  10c
.* Lime   per barrel  loc
System,    a'SO    a    number    Of the    Canadian Pacific I Concrete,  per barrel  10c
Carpets.   Chairs.   Doors   and «**Uw*y.
     *
work  and  building  purposes  will    bo,is  dutcd  mh  u<*«»"<-'•.   "04.      and
numbered 402GA.
Windows. ^^^^^^^^^
H. J. McStmEY. Proprietor.
H.  MANNING. Auctioneer.
All  the above rates and regulations
Plane and Speotflcal ■   lad   ■* ill be rigidly enforced.     By
tba an
JOARRIB,
order
of tin* Kim Water .uul Light Com-
',.• ttt
llltl 'K A   LAWSON,
I 2,  Im. City Clerk.
T*
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feet J
Hi.;.
■
Ry from 1
•  n ili*.
Coa *
-OUt: * .     • * i
tin  prnlrl
Ol the  inn*-:       trlkl
Dominloi net
to ra   * ij
i|uesti"ii  of ral
Whltehoi i   rail* ,•
ii levotlon to
■     ■•       :      ludde
man on eoaiH    I H
..;   bro   ■ •  '    notl f   the 1
government.
•jtjmniuiu■'.'   • ;i  >o     .   .    .   ■
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.io;   |l .-.in." , '..., i"iiv   .'ii.
esq      "uui-v  'ejiuag  ;■   •'•"•;•     ■•'..!.
That Mr. Taft frill i" cai II     e
m'i f"r I ■..'.■■! Btates prsaldency nnd
will tie endorsed by C I, Roose tell
ihe Ktaiemont mini    in      Washing!  n
jiolit.cul circles.
At thc Imperial ci . -  .    lr, \..'
(rid Laurier will mom that thj   do-1
THIS   IS   .A.   EEAL   SJSTJ^F
tllHI'llHATIDN IIK THK CITY
IIK HEVELSTOKE
* PUBLIC  Mi'l Ii l'.
Pn .',,' i*i'.*i*h    iii.-ii
roper! ire required    by
, *  i* I'* i i rd
I    i i, i      failure to <i"   this
* mpoWl i    Mm*   I'M I".i  il lOI   I"     ilil
B. R. ROE,
District   Registrar.
Lund Rogistty Ollice Nelson, B. C,
Muy 0th, 1911. lm
NOTICE.
Revelstoke  Land  District.
District ot West Kootenuy.
Take notice that Q. 11. Scott, of
Nelson, B. C, occupation, Agent, in
tends to apply for permission to purchase the follow described lands.
Oommenelng at a post planted   80
chums from N. W. Corner of Lot 8148
ami running north ko ehains, west no
Chains,     south     Ml    chains,   east    80
chains to point of commencement, be
Ing  tlie    H.   10.     I inner  ol        G.      G.
Bcott's locution, containing 640 acres
more or less.
Dated 12tb April, 1911.
M10-U0    GEORGE 1II0NRV SCOTT.
LlqUOR   ACT,   1910.
Notice  is  hereby  given  that,       on
lhu ISth day of   June next,  application will  bc mude  to  the Superintendent  of     Provincial     Police for the
transfer of the license for the sule ot
liquor     by  retuil  in aud  upon     the
premises known us the St. Leon Holel,  situute at St. Leon,  British Columbin,     from    Mull.iri    Grudy,    to
Herbert Cousins of Revelstoke,  British Columbiu.
Dated tbis 12th day of May, 1911.
MICHAEL GRADY,
Holder ot License.
Herbert Cousins,
Applicant toi *      . .
NOTICE
Revelstoko Land District,
District nl wni Kootenuy,
Take notice that Marie Scott,   of
Nelson, B,    H.,    occupation married
woman. Intends to apply for     permission to pin i'h.ise the lollowing dc-
* i iin ■! lands,
Commencing at a post planted one
NOTIOE.
Revelstoke  Land  District.
District ol West Kootonay.
Take notice that Clarence H.
Hchock, ot Mount Joy, Pa., occupation coal merchant, intends tu aPP'y
ior permission to purchase the following described lands:—
Commencing at a post planted 20
chains south ot tbo south east comer of lot 7688; thence Bortb 80
chains, thenco east in chains, more
or less to the liue of lhe Arrow
Lakes Lumber Company's timber
limit *i:i::.i*, theuce south 60 chains
thence west 20 ohains, tbence seuth
20 chains, thenco west 20 chains,
more or leBB to place of commencement.
Dated  March 24th,  1911.
CLARENCE H.  8CHOCK.
Ed.  McGaghran,  Agent.
i    .,M*i iimi •!■ the expense np hall mile went from the S.W, Corner
This House is offered   for   sale  at  a   large   discount from
value.   Terms to suit purchasers.
APPLY TO
"VS7~-      Sm\STm\    r^THT?. CfK. third Sii ent antl McArthur Ave.
t" nn' property to be collected     us
ordtnarj  I
By  Hi'ler,
nm OH A   LAWSON,
M 17  im. Oity i lerk.
WANTED  Oeneral Borvant,       Qood
In,me.      RfftrraOM  tfi|Ulreil.   Apply
P.0, Box m. Revelstoke, B. C,
f Lut 81IK, aiid running north 80
hains, west SO chains, south 80
chains east su cbains to point of
commencement, i"'ing the S. E. Corner nf .Mam* Scott's location, containing i,in acres mors or less.
Dated llth April, 1911.
MARIE SCOTT.      , _       ...       .,      ,,,,    ,,n11
M.io-60 J. H. Feeney, Agent Revelstoke, May bth, 1911
Notice:
Any person wishing to do
burning for agricultural purposes
during tho closed fire season,
may do so by complying with
Sections 5 and G, Chapter 84 of
the Bush Fire Act, and have a
permit from the Fire Wardens
or Government Agent of the
district.
j. k. Mclean,
Div. Fire Warden.
2m SATURDAY,  JUNE 10, l'Jll.
THE nyCJLlL-HrEKA.LlD, EEVEL8TOZE
SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1911.
f
See special window displays-
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. 2- J*ume S Co.. limited
Mail or Telephone your
orders. Have our Traveller
call. Send the children to
the store or come yourself.
No order too large or too
small for us to handle.
Saturday Night
H
osiery
Salt
New  Black  Cotton Hose
all sizes, 20 cents.
New Fancy Socks for the
Children, 15c, 20c, 25c.
New  Fancy  IJosiery for
the Ladies 50c. to 75c
Big Hosiery Sale
To-Nighi
10 F
1
arasois
On Sale   To-night
ai $1   each
Special Sale
Ladies* Untrimmed Hats
Regular $1 to $3.50
Have Your Choice for
25c
A mid-week  Bargain Tip
for wide  awake shoppers
Children's Sailors/Oc. each
Wash Dresses
With some style to them, made of good
strong wash materials The cut and finish of
these dresses are fine, at from
$1.90 to $3.50
D. and A. Corsets
All styles, all sizes. The new long corset
that is required for the prevailing styles are
hard to make. Not all the makers have
been able to turn out satisfactory models.
We find the D.and A. to be absolutely right
$1.50 to $5
Men's Suits at a Price
Commencing Thursday morning we will put
on sale two lines of Men's Suits at a very
special price. They are all 20th Century
Brand garments and made to hold their
shape, as well as to fit and wear.
A line of tweeds and
worsteds that can't be
duplicated for twice this
money. Every suit is
finished up to the high
20th Century standard.
$10 a suit
A line of lovely ones.
This season's models.
Just odd suits and sizes of
lines which are almost
sold out. Not one of
these suits sold regularly
for less than $23, and
some as high as $30. All
the new grays and browns
in all the styles and
specialties.
$14 a suit
Wash Petticoats
Women's Wash Petticoats, made of Cambrics and Prints. They are fine for summer
at each
$100
Straw Hats Half-Price
A few Bargains for those who know. Commencing Thursday morning we will sell a
few lines of our Spring Straw and Linen hats
at just half-price. Remember these lines are
all new and nobby and you get these snaps
as a result of cool weather.
rs
A choice line of printed tapestry effects
and hiRh grade silk finished papers for parlors
and dining rooms. A splendid range of wall
hangings throughout.
DIAPHRAM-stained adhesive window
decoration—ask to see it.
(luny Lace Curtains
A complete range, particularly effective
and in patterns suitable for any room in the
house.
Dainty Scrims with Fillet Net edging.
Choice Battcnberg.   Irish Point curtains.
Bimgdfo Nets
White, Ivory, Ecru and Arab novelties,
specially choice goods.
Window Shades, He
Brass Extention Rods.
Curtain Poles and Fixtures.
Window Shades in Green, Cream and
combination colors, regular or made to order
any size.
Portiere Material
Art Serge, 48x50 inches wide in green
and red.
Denems in Greens and Reds.
Brocatells in greens, reds, and old rose.
Tapestry 50 inches v. ide. and Tapestry
Portieres highly mercerized in greens, reds,
and browns: cord and tassel trimmings.
Finest French Velour in reds, greens and
old gold, reversible. The swellest material to
be had, 50 inches wide.
Carpet Squares
A choice range in Ti pestrys, Brussels,
Velvet and Wiltons, Wool Ingrains and unions,
in good colors for bed roon s and living rooms.
Floor Oilcloths, Linoleums
The finest range of these goods we have
yet attempted.
Scotch Floor Oilcloth, 6, 0 and 12 ft. wide
Hall and  Passage Cloth, 18in., I, i, and
full yard wide.
Nairn's Cork Carpet and Inlaid Linoleum,
known to be the best goods manufactured.
A World-Wide
Winner
McNally's Pure Maple
Syrup. Fresh from the
maple tree, made in the
woods, as in the good old
days of old. We are the
only firm in the city handling these goods. Phone
us to send you a can. This
year we could only procure it in 1 gallon cans,
full measure, at only
$2.25 Per Can
S
ummer
Drinks
Lime Juice, Fruit Syrup,
Grape Juice, Pineapple
Juice, as supplied to the
people who appreciate a
good thing. This hot
season make us want something in this line and you
will find that the brands
we carry are the best, and
the season is here. We
have a full stock.
Pork and Beans
The hot weather makes
the housewife stop and
consider what she is going
to give the family for dinner. We can help her out
by suggesting Van Camp's
pork and beans in 1 lb. &
2 Ib. cans.
Milk
When your milk turns sour
And your water is shut
off
By the civic water foreman in your town;
Just come to us and aak
if we can help you out
We will give you Reindeer
Milk.   Drink it down.
Jelly Powders
We carry the biggest and
only Jelly Powder on the
market. Prepared from
the richest and purest ingredients in a modern
building of cleanliness and
light.
Baking Powders
Dr. Price's Baking Powder in 51b., 2{lb, 12oz*.
and (ioz. cans, is one of the
best articles on the market. Perhaps if you have
nut been used to it you do
not know its value. You
want to be informed as to
its nature, utility, and
merits. You want to have
your interest in it awakened and you must try it
before candemning it.
Sunk
unbeam  lea
Nine out of every ten of
our custamers ask for our
50c line of Sunbeam Tea.
We have it at 40c. per lb.
but the best grade is always in demand. We make
it a feature of our business
to push the high grade
goods and wc always find
it better business. Sunbeam tea is Good Tea,
the 50c. is Very Good.
Canned Goods
With our stock of Vine-
land Brand of canned fruit
and vegetables we keep
our customers satisfied-
The ever increasing sales
of Vineland Brand is the
surest sign that these
goods are the best. The
best is always the cheapest- Don't hesitate but
order Vineland Brand of
Fruiteand Vegetables.
■EL I
J SATURDAY, JUNK 10, Uli.
THE MAIL-HEEALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, JUNE 10, l'Jll.
REID & YOUNG
MUSLIN  DRESSES
White Lawn and Muslin one-piece
I iresses. Sale Price, $4.50
WHITE WASH SKIRTS
Tailor made Skirts. $1.65; trimmed wiih
insertion, $2; other -.kins, Indian
Head, Reps., etc. Price $5.50 and
$5 each.
WHITE WAISTS
A large and varied assortment. Sale
l'rice on ali. Special Waist Sale
Price   SOc.
WHITE  UNDERSKIRTS
A   new   shipment just   to   hand.     Priees
.ranging   frnin   85c.   lo   $5.1.10.    Our
S5C. Skirts  are   trimmed   with   good
wide embroidery.  This is extra value.
Parasols
Large variety of every kind  and quality.
Prices,  $1 to 7 50 each.
MILLINERY
See the Summer Styles. Children's
Straw Sailors, Prices from 25c. io
$2.00 Each.
IN THE CROUCHES
U. c   riii'itrii.
Bt. Francis of Aaslsll Catholic
church, oorner ol Fifth street and
McKenzie avenue.
! Services—On all Sundays, except
the fourth ol each month. Low Muss
with Communion ol the Faithful    at
a.m. High Muss iit 10:20 a.m.
christian Doctrine for children at
'2:20 p.m. Rosary with Bendiction ol
The Blessed Sacrament 7:110 p.m.
On week days—Holy Muss every
morningat 7:30. During the month
of May special devotions [or Wednesdays and Fridays at 7:30 p. in.
Confessions are heard any evening utter 7:30 and in the mornings    hefore
Mass.
.1. F. McNBIL, P.P.
REID & YOUNG
THE CITY IN BRIEF
K ,]   the besl  ol cord wood, leave
your  orders  with  Sawyer Bros.
Cln'.*liens'    day   exerdBes  will       he
served In the Bapti-t church on
Sunday,  June  18th.
Mr. Roherts, provincial Inspector
of electricity was in lhe city on
Thursday ol this week looking ovor
tne '.v;rinn ol the new traffic bridge
across the Columbia.
Mi. Neil McEachren, the well-known
estate agent "i Edmonton, is .11
the city accompanied by Mrs.      Mj*
ESachren on a visit tu their parents.
A masquerade Lacrosse match w 11
be played at Recreation I'ark. M :
Kenzie Avenue, Wednesday afternoon
at 3  o'clock.      Admis-nm   26   cents.
Mr.  .ml  Mrs.  Howard Trueman ol
Vancouver,  and  formerly  ol      Revi
stoke   are In tbe city ior a lew .In...*-
rene«.:.j   acquaintances.      Mr.   'I'm*
mini  is  a C.P.R.  engineer    at      113
coast,
The     Kail  ol    Troy at  the  Bdii ui
th -..■:       tonight.    The managemi u
are trying to hold the linns for Mi a
day n gtat In order to give those w.i •
can them     tonight  an opp 1
tun.' . g  mo  Mon lay  night.
The  H*.    Leonard  Dawson will ic
cupy  St,   t'eter s  pulpil   on    Sana *..
morning ana evening,     Tins emln  .
divine who is no Btranger to Cam.-.!
.-   * :.   his   way  from   the  old   land   to
takv charge ofthe   Indian   Hoy- sell *
at     Lytton,  B. C.„ and in comp
with :.Is **■       ind daughter are gui 1 •
.*.; the hoiia* ol  Mr. and Mrs.    J.    I>.
aid.
un     Monday  las;  In   Knox chi.i
Winnipeg, the marriage took  pie
Mise  Stella Campbell,  daught 1*
the late tleorge Campbi 1,      ■   I.
and Mr. K Iward  0 1
t ol  the  C.P I u  di
.■ ii      ea . [Uarl *i * a
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ace.
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for thi a ol a ne
dr.   K.   M.  iliti-   :.    II
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Mr. .1 d Mrs.  A   li   Alh
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WARM WEATHER SUGGESTIONS
Win suffer with the hcut during the warm wentlier
doing youi own baking when we will deliver to you
every da\ 1'resU Bread, Cake* and Pastfj 1 f all Kinds
and us qualitj is our motto, we leei sure a trial
order will mean a stead, customer.
FRESH FRUITS AND VECETABLES an nine daily, l'iesll
Lettuce, Cucumbers, Tomatoes, Green unions.
Strawberries, Cherries, Cocoaunts, Pineapples,
Oranges, Lemons, Giape Iruit, B.nanns. As we
lun these ill snuill quantities you will always liml
them fresh and good.
A.  HOBSON,      Baker and G ocer.
Fruit Lands
Situated in the beautiful Windermere district. This
country will be iu direct communication with Cat-
can on completion ofthe Kootenay Central, making
a distance ol IM miles, or „nt night's nm. There
wilhoul a doubt will be the nearest Iruit land*, to the
prairie market. Plans an* now liled in this office
an.l we will be glad to furnish prices and terms to
intending purchasers.
Kjootenay Agencies, Ltd.
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METHODIST CHURCH,
Kev.   a.   .1.   Mclntyre,  pastor,
luces   on   Sunday   as   follows:—)1
subject "Cheerfulness"; 7;:in p,
siilijecl   "How   io Gol    I'lici*.'";  '.'
in.,  Sunday  s.-l 1   and   Ifchle  e
Monday R p.m., ISpworth l.-i
Missionary service; Wodnutulu •'
in., Prayer 111 icting; Thursdit;* i
in., Junior choir practice; Fi d
p.111 , Senior cludr pra iti ■'. A 1
lul Invitation is axle tded ti
public,
BAPTIST  CHI RCH.
Preaching services Sunday nt li
a.m. and 7:30 p.m.; Su ily school
al liilll p.m.; Young Peoples' ..ivt'iig
Monday evening at S p.m., Mi,I week
prayer meeting Wednesday ivan'ii^ at
8 p.m. The pastor's subjects 1 ir
Sunday are as follows:—lu tha im rn-
"My Bible, its Source. H.s Authority
and Its Purpose"; in the evening ihe
theme will he the "Supreme Moment"
A cordial invitation to all the services.     Strangers will  lie made  wil-
collle.
" A Winning Miss"
The real musical comedy, "A Winning Miss," hy Boyle Woolfolk, At-
teridge and Peters, boasts of a cast
second io none in musloal comedy,
The cast 1 headed hy Max llloom,
late slur of "The Sunny Side of
Broadway," and one of the funniest
men on Hie stage today. Others in
lhe east ure Lorraine Lester, lhe
original Mary June in " Uus'ter
Brown," Haiti;* He Von, the eccentric comedienne who lias created a
sensation with the role o! Aniistatis
May; Thos. ,1. Grady, late feature of
"A County C'liairinun," and other
succeBBos; Percy Chapman, lata feature of (ins. Edward's "Blond Typewriters," and considered one ot the
greatest danoars in vaudeville; Clarence Haclious, Uie phenomenal baritone; .1. 10. Ooglan, who made such a
hit in one of Hie Irish roles in "The
Sunny Side ol Broadway," last season; Grace Manlovo, Alice Sher,
Johnnie Gllmore and      Jessie   Maker,
all wiih ihe original company.    He
s sides this siiperh easl there is a
chorus ol sixty, noted (or Iheir lira 11-
ly and voices; in fuel, the size of the
chorus and Immense volume ol their
voices necessitates an nugmentod orchestra of fourteen pieces.
The music is iar beyond comparl
son svith any similar production and
is rendered hy ail ists that make il
ohm ol thi' big features of this great
success, nn** song, "I'lYK," which
is the piece de resistance of Ihe show
is breaking all record** for popularity among the buyers of popular music, and the royalties on this song
alone, it is said, will net, Mr. Wool-
folk, the author, tins season, enough
l'i buy himself a summer home.
Those who like beautiful s*tage pic-
lures, novel electrical effects and the
most beautiful music of recent ye iim
Bhould not mus lhe opportunity of
witnessing "A Winning Miss" and
Max Bloom. The engagement is for
'iie night only, June 10th, 1911.
f
ALBERT 0HBVAL1ER
g "What Cheer! Knock Vm in the Old Kent Hoad.'
Upers House, Monday, .lune 12
A Winning Miss
.
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1 thi
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A Winning Miss
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A       \V' ft M'
A winnint;  M
Public Notice
TENDERS WANTED.
Tenders    addressed   to    thc
a.*i will be iTrcici-d   nt   tho
.  Hall   Revelstoke, it. 0., up   tp
, * *.  on      I    1 t,  June  1 t<li.  rr.i,
■ 'i   .in  .,.1,111 1011   in  the  jail.        Plant
an:    pacifications can 11   seen at the
.    Hall
The I'iam .1 ,a anj tendei n< t neoM
■ ,*ti**i
0, W   M,i	
Chairman Public
W01 f.   1 loipmlttee,
A Big Saving in, Shoes
We have a lot of broken sizes in Hie spring
Stock of slioes that we want tn clear out at once,
and to accomplish this we have made a very 'ow
price on the lot. They are all "Empress" or
"Vassar" make both in high cut and Oxfords,
black tan, chocolate and putent leather.
You may not liml
your si/.e in every
kind, but .you will
find it in some kind.
You will find the
new lasts, the new
toe and the new
heel in this lot.
Reg. prices up to
■14.60
They are now all
one price.
Your Choice for $3.00
Vou will bo satisfied with goods bought here.
Our customers are saved the uncomfortable
thought " L might have done better elsewhere."
You'll do best at this store.
cTWcLennan CSt, Co.
Our guarantee   Money back if yon want it.
i&Tj&wa&j.timjBn&jryr.rrT.'r;
Save Your Horses!
Provender is dear and so is horse flesh, Iml li|*1tt running
wagons and buggies are cheap.
The evolution ol lhe lfarni and Road Vehicles has kept pace
with modern science and now we are offering
All Spring-Steel Wagons
lilted oui wiih perfect roller-bearing running near just as cheap na
the olil-liisliioiii'd wooden (ruined wagon. They run lighter and
easier and wear 1. Iiger.
Those who purchased them arc om* mosl satisfied customers.
Vou don'l have to lake olT the wheels to gleuse Ihem; they aie
dust prool caps ami carry n much heavier load than llie ordinary
wagon.
A lull supply ol buggies ol llie newest makes also garden and
lai ui implements, auk us ahout llieni.
S. MciVIAHON
First Street, West, - * Opposite Poet Office
[■EBB
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-\
How About A New Suit
Made to Order
Our Spring Samples for Suits and
Spring Overcoats just arrived.
We guarantee a perfect fit, style
and well tailored garments at
fair and honest prices.
MeKinnon & Sutherland
Fit-Reform Clothing
Foot-Rite Shoe
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BE^VH'   DRUG   STORK
Mci'ml.^ Chocolates
Siiv.v Hal Tine
11< 1111 i
■
*:lrd Null
J'ruil m *' '■  '
Wc a bottle
ii   In t'n mmi ' !i
l,o«n<f     N"t !'•"'
Straw Hat Cleaner IO--. n/.
NEW OOOK)
'Member! ol Ti*- P in ily, ■■
■ Thi* Story 0
DRUG   STOKK
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Hot Weather is Here at Last
HOW TO KEEP COOL
Men';; Underwear—Halbriggans in different colors,
drop   Btttctl    weave,   lisle   thread,     ine'ireri/.ed
cotton, all summer weights, 85c. to$1.50garm't
Mens Straw Hats—Swell new Straws ami Panamas
direct from New York. Sailors uf different
shapes, soft, trim neuligees; fine, white Manilla
T*
Panamas.     Straw   Hals
Panamas *$">.50 to *!•'>.
from   75c.   to K.'A).
Men's Coit Shirts—Light weight, plain white, blue
and white figures, light or dark blue, mercerized
Bilk, pure silk, cream, lavender, pink and slate
from $126to*6»0.
I McRae mercantile Co.. £td.
J/is Jtyle Jlw)} for Man and Soys it)ho Know
3
[he Winning Miss" at the Opera Tonight
:,;■;   Cauliflower and cildm•<•
in i hundred 73 cents,     per
tl id |B.0O.     Photu  520,    tlco.
im M27 lm.
'nil s.M.i'i   ICO acn    i irown Grant,
■ , .o  Okona   *ii t'ali.    Oi   I**"* l'i*
I .mi,  . uii.iidc  lm   'nut,  11(10    per
acre.     \|i|.|y to lluirla & 3turi;cB8
Victoriu, B. C.
WANTI'lH UVI man m woman wanted lor work nt home pnylnj; J2.i:0
ot- IJ.OO per day with   opportunity
to adVaOOt,      Hpnie  time ran      ho
used.      Work  not   dilllriilt   nml    re-
qulrei    no   experience,     Winston,
Limited. Hpadina Ave., Toronto.
Moving  pleturea  tonight.

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