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Vol. 16-No. 53
REVELSTOKE. B. C. JULY 9, 1910
$2.50 Per Year
Ice Cream Freezers
Make your Ice Cream at Home
in 5 to IO minutes
No experience required
THE POLAR STAR FREEZERS
New Goods, New Ideas, New Fnces
1,   2,   3  or  4 Quart sizes
and Look at the Prices
$1.25.  1.50. 2.25, and $2.50
Also Mace's, Blizzard, Gem, White
Mountain and Wonder, from One
to Twelve Quart in stock.
Ice Tongs, Picks and Ice Shaves
Use one of our Water Filters
during the Summer Months
Lawrence Hardware Co., Ltd.
Plumbing and Tinsmithing
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Ottico   Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Authorized      -      - $10,000,000.00
Capital Subscribed            - 5,575,000.00
Capital Paid Up             -      - 5,330,000.00
Reserve        .... 5,530,000.00
Branches ir Agents at all principul points in^Canadn.
Agents in Great Britain and United States—-London, England,
Lloyde Bank, Limited. Chicago—First National Bank, Corn Exchange National Bank. Seattle—Seattle National Bank, San Francisco—Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank. Spokane—Exchange
Natinnal Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of $1 and upward, received, and interest allowed at
current rate from date of deposit.    Correspondence solicited.
Rovelstoko Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
■■■MHHHBBHUBBBnHHHHHM
FOR CAMPS
We Put Up
Choice Corned Beef
and Pickled Pork
In iOO lb. and
200 lb.  Barrels
P. Burns & Co.
L I M IT E D
SNDWSflEO DANGEROUS
Coroner's Inquest on Death of
Brakeman McAteer
The Inquest on the death ol Mid
dleton McAteer, brakeman, who wan'
killed in No. 26 Bliod on Mninlay Mils
week, was held on Wednesday. The
Following wero the jury:—Roy Macdonald  (foroman), J.  J, Devine, W.
,1. W, Iti-..wn. s. 0, Rohblns, .1. I ,
and s. Norman.
w. .1. Armstrong, conductor of the
oxtra    west  freight    1789. -- We left
Glacier on July 4th at 11:05 a.     in.,
west bound,     iim   train waa   mado
up of Beven cars umi a caliooBo.   Descending   the west Blopo of the   Bel-
kirks both brokemen wore    Btandlng
un the top nf the cars and wore like
tbis    entering     21    shed.        I don't
know  in  what position deceased was
in nfter thnt till we nunc out of No.
2G shell.      Brakoman  Lings saw    Mc.
Ateor lying on the north side ol the
lenr, fourth from the    engine,     and
I called  my attention to it, the train
wns slowed down and tbe body rolled
otT tho car.    We brought it into Rovelstoko.        It  wns  11:80 a.m.    when
he died.     The only real safe place to
stand  in n shed is right in the mid.
'die of the running board.     The   ear
McAteer was on  was an onlinnr.vni'W
CP.R. box car.     Men must be   outside while descending grades and use
caution  while passing through snow-
sheds.     The rule   says,     "Trainmen
must  not  ride outside on  top  unless
for the safety of the train." At this
part it is necessary for the men      to
be outside for tlie  safety      of      the
train.      The men  ure warned to  look
out  for  snowsheils.      Deceased   knew
;thc road quite well.      The sheds    nre
safe  if  trainmen  stoop over. The
jnew cars are higher than the old
ones. Soi...times men must look
|over the sides to see if a wheel is
[skidding. There is no rule forcing
men to lean over however. The cen
tre of the car is the safest place.
The deceased was supposed to be sitting on the north side of the car
when  entering shed  2C.
Brakeman Ding's sworn statement:
I don't know what position McAteer
was in when he was struck. We
were both sitting going through the
sheds. No. 26 shed is lower than
the others.
T. Ansley. trainmaster:—Men must
be on top descending heavy grades
to work retainers. Men must be on
jthc running board going through the
■ sheds. There is no need to go to
jthe side and I would censure men if
I saw them doing it. No man has
jbeen censured by me yet for skidding
a wheel in the sheds. The top of the
ished is clear of the running hoard
I on this car by six feet, the car being
a standard CP.R. 30 ton car. McAteer was five feet ten inches in
I height. I caution the men not to go
ito the side of cars. It is supposed
:that tbe two brakemen were playing
and deceased may have stood up in
the shed to see what his mate was
doing. A man can't get hit sitting
The sheds are all safe, but it is best
to stoop down. The men have never
complained about the sheds. There
is no need to travel over tbe cars
in sheds to change retainers.
M. McQiiarrie, acting resident engineer:  I measured the shed.
Dr. McPherson, gave medical evidence of death as caused by a fracture of the skull.
J. J. Porter, conductor: No, 26
shed is no more dangerous than the
others. It is daugerous to sit on
the north side of ears in the shrils,
but safe if a man stands on the running board.
VERDICT
Tbe jury returned the following
verdict:
That tbe deceased. Middleton McAteer, met his death from injuries
received in passing through snow-
shed No. 26 while mi duty, and from
the evidence, we liml that there is
danger in passing through the snow-
shed, iu as much us the slicil does
not sufficiently clear the whole top
of the train; and in order to minimize the danger to trainmen we re -
commend that the C P. R. Co.
should endeavor to remedy this to
the best of their ability.
Mr, MeCarter, in the opinion of Aid.
MeKinnon, if accepted would not safe
guard the eity, he (MeKinnon) would
not stand for this sort of thing.
Aid.   Cowan   pointed   out   that   the
bond eould not, he obtained without
the release of the penalty clause.
Mr. Newman wanted to pay up his
local liabilities willi the $10,000
cheque when it wns returned to him,
also the running of the gas plant.
Aid. Abrahamson pointed oul that,
tlie new agreement would waive the
whole contract.
Aid. MeKinnon wanted to protect
the city and refused to go against
the advice of the city solicitor and
would have nothing to do with the
thing at. all.
CORONER'S INQUEST
Stepping in Open Culvert Caused
Iccident
BOARD OF TRADE
The regular monthly meeting of
the Board of Trade wns bold on
Thursday night.
Among the communications were:
Kroin W. Pugsley, Minister ni I'ublic Works for the Dominion, stating
that. Engineer ICeofor, will mnke a,
report mi the construction of a steamer   wharf at  Itevelstoke.
From W. .). Bowser, Attorney* Qon
era) for B. <'., re the appointment of
u deputy game warden for Itevelstoke
that he had taken up the mutter
with tlie chief gnme warden, who
states that he cannot recommend an
appointment this year, as there nre
no funds out of tlie appropriation;
also that there are other points in
ll. ('. which require a game warden
more urgently than Itevelstoke.
COLUMBIA RIVER BURVEY
From K. li. McKay, surveyor gen- I
•eiiil, stating that it will be impossible to make the traverse survey of
the Columbia round the Dig Bend
ns far as Surprise Rapids this year,
as all the survey vote is used up but
that it will bave attention next season. It. Smith's name will he put
on tile for tbe work.
H. B. White, of Toronto, wrote
asking particulars and information
ns to the advisability of opening up
a dress and dry goods store in the
city.
The secretary was instructed to
write to the Kootenay Engine works
at Nelson pointing out the advantages of Kevelstoke for a machine
repair shop.
A committee consisting of A. McRae, G. 8. MeCarter and W. M. Lawrence was appointed to meet the Lib
eral Association to arrange for the
reception for Sir Wilfrid Laurier on
his forthcoming visit to tbe city on
August  ISth.
The secretary was instructed to
take up the matter of emptying the
letter boxes at tbe station for
trains 1 and f with Post Ollice Inspector Greenfield and enquire why
they are not emptied.
WANT   LOCAL   EXHIBITS.
The department of agriculture at
Victoria, wrote asking for a selection
of grains, grasses and fodder plants,
etc., grown in the Revelstoke district, for display in the botanical
chambers, Victoria. Such displays
will be for the benefit oi intending
settlerB who will be able to see
what each locality can produce.   „
J. H. Turner, agent general for
Canada in London, wrote asking for
copies of tbe local board of trade re
ports for use in his office.
A report from the committee on
tlie reception to the University Commission when visiting tlie city relent ly, was read, stating thnt the
visitors bad been driven round tbe
citj and suburbs, all expressing
much pleasure at what tbey saw.
The Department of the Interior,
wrote requesting the bnnrd to let
them know what they wished to do
regarding the reservation of certain
lands north of tbc city, for the conservation  of  the  city  water supply.
Clearing Sale of Ladies' and Children's
Trimmed Millinery
at Cost Price
Mrs.   A. O. Chick
TWO dooks BAST OF BDISON THEATRE
Must Protect City
After lively repartee between Aid.
MeKinnon and the rest of the council
the matter of the resolution between
the eity- and W. Newman & Co., for
the extension of time for completing
the work and the release of the penalty clause wns referred to the city
solicitor. Alii. MeKinnon contended
that the agreement drawn up hy the
rity solicitor recently wns good enough and it was not right to ride
over his advice and accept the advice
of nnother lawyer. Mr. Newman
had asked for an extension In order
to get  his In.ml, and the bond      was
imt   yet   forthcoming, and more over j  "	
the $667 for the running of the gaB | On hand—large stock of good dairy
plnnt had not yet been paid. The butter and fresh prairie eggs— Mc-
agrecment at presented last night by .Intyre'a.
New Trades Licenses
The hy law   amending   tho Trades
License by-law was finally passed
and adopted by the council last night
The principal changes are:
Rub-section a of Sec 1, is amonded
hy striking out "$100" nnd substituting $200.
Every place seating less than 1175
persons, $2fi for every six months.
Every telephone company $.ri for
every six months.
I'"ery  bill   poster  $.1 for every    six
months.
Eveiy chimney sweep $fi for every
si* months.
Every skating rink $1(1 for
six months.
Every second hand store or
$*r> for every six months.
Every milk  vendor $2.Ml for
six months for each wagon used.
Every trading stamp, gift or coupon company $1000 for every six
months.
Transient real estate     agents
for every sir months.
every
dealer,
every
$2
The Inquest on Conductor Ernest
Davis, of the O.P.R., who wns killed
mi the south I nick ou Wednesday
Inst, was held the same evening.The
jury empanelled woro:—J. T. Pollock
(foreman), 10. W. II. Paget, W. ficwn'
W. McPherson, E. Steward nml J.T.
Nowblgging.
Dr. McPherson gave medical evidence
of death being caused hy shock and
hemorrhage, causod hy the body hu -
ing crushed,
w. .1. Johnson, onginoor   ol north
extra Ilil, said thai lhe aooidoni
happened nl 2:411, after the train hnd
doubled up nt llreensliile. He had
rocelved the signal from the brake*
man to hack up to make ihe coupling hul Ihe coupling did not make.
The train began to move down tho
grade and the brakoman began to set
the brakes, Davis, who was ou the
engine, then got oil ou the lefl side,
while the engine wns hacking up the
S'coiid time by signal from the
brakoman. I then saw something
coming from  under  the tender. 1
put mi tlie brakes and stopped iu H
feet. I then saw the hody lying
near the truck on the right, side. I
don't know how he got hurt.. There
is a little box culvert there nnd it
is likely Davis nipped in that while
trying to push over the knuckle of
the coupling. The couplings were
alright, hut it. is often that they do
not make the lirst time.
Vi. Green, tlie fireman said:*— The
brakeman signalled the engine to
back up when the coupling was not.
made. Davis jumped oil the tender
giving me a signal to hack up easy.
He was running between the tender
and the car of the train. Davis
went to throw the knuckle open. I
didn't see him struck. He lived ten
minutes after be was picked up. I
got no stop signal at all and when
the tender was fourteen feet from
the car I beard a shout.
II. W. Eagelston, brakeman said:—
The knuckle didn't open enough to
make the coupling. I then set the
car brakes. Davis was on left side
of tender, be went in to pull the
knuckle open. A little culvert was
just at that spot and Davis' footmark was seen there. All men
should look out lor themselves, and
Davis took a big chance in going in
to couple when the train was moving
I have been on railroads for thirteen
I years. Davis took undue risk and
there was no need to burry over the
coupling. Tho equipment was all
'o K. The engine didn't hit the
cars the second time.
T. H. Nichols, road mastcri said:—
The culvert there is 18 inches deep.
I saw no tracks on the ground. The
body must have been dragged 25 ft.
Just at that spot is a rail shem,
and a check block, and he might
have caught his foot in there.
T. Ansley, trainmaster'—I saw the
coupling after the accident and it
was in good order. It is foolish for
a man to go in to couple like that;
there was no need for it while the
engine waa moving. Over familiarity with a job makes a man careless
VERDICT.
The following verdict was returned
by the jury.
"That   the  deceased  met  his  death
on   July  6th,  mill,  by  falling across
the track  behind  the tender,      while
crossing to open  the knuckle to      ef- i
feet a coupling.     Although there    is I
insufficient evidence, the Jury arc   ol
opinion  that the accident was caused  by  the  deceased  stepping  into an i
open culvert and  we recommend  that j
such  culverts  be  covered   to  prevent
im iili'iits of this nature!"
The Late Conductor Davis
I'lie funeral of the late Ernest
Davis, CP.R. conductor, who was
killed mi Wednesday morning <>ii the
south  track   while  on     duty,      took
place   yesterday   nfteri n   from     the
family residence. A large number
of friends were present at the fiiner-
1 al  service,   which      was      held  at the
house, the Rev. w. 0, Oaldor officiating! »nd preaching a touching mnl
eloquent sermon, At the close of
the service the remains, which were
covered with wreaths and (lowers,
'conveyed     to ihe cemetery followed
by a large number of  people,  the lo-
jcal Orangomen and    Trainmen,     of
which     organisations     the      deceased
wns a staunch member, heading the
procession,
| After the lust rites of the church
hnd been performed, the Orangemen's
funeral service was held at. the grave
side and the body committed to Its
Uniii resting place      The pall hearers
ifroin the Orange Order nnd Order
of Trainmen were:—Clift Corson, E.
Cochrane,   Nell   Ross,  H.   M.     Eagcl-
Hardware
STOVES   McClary's, Kootenay, and Sask-Alta
Famous Cook Stoves, Graniteware,
PAINTS   Shorwiii-Williams'   Faints   and   Varnishes and other Hest Brands.
HARNKSS   Team   and   Single   Sets,    Whips,
and Sweat Fads.
Hope,   Nails,    Fencing,   Builders'  Hardware,
Sporting (!oods
GROCERIES, FRUITS, VEGETABLES, FLOUR
AND FFFI), CROCKERY, CCASSWARE
Try Bourne's Choice, or Special Tea at 40c. and 60c. a lb.
Bourne Bros.
GROCERS
HARDWARE DEALERS
PLUMBERS
Dashing Attire
for Young Men
A man looks his best when he is dressed
in keepiiiK with the weather. It is not
necessary to go to great expense in order
to dress well. Our suits are made to hold
their stylish form till worn out.
Good Values at $20 and $25
We have just received a full new line of
Shirts and Ties for Summer Wear.
McRae Mercantile Co.
Limited
"WHERE THE GOOD CLOTHES COME FROM."
Fresh and Wholesome Meats
Having been re-organized under
new management we are in a position to supply you with the best
of everything in the way of Meats
and Packing House Products.
All Our Meats are Government
inspected. Family trade specially
catered for.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
The Glorious Twelfth
The Annual Orange Celebration   is
being    liebl    at   Kamloops this  year.
'I'lii-   ro 1   trili  [nun   Itevelstoke   will
he j:i.7.ri.     Tlcketa arc on Bale g I
■ ui any regular tra n M lajr, for
iIn,ne who wish to go ahead.
Tbc regnalr excursion train will
leave Revelstoke on Tuesday morning
nt. 6:25 o'clock shaip. ami returning
ii'iiiri' Kamloops at 7:2! p.m., reach
Ing Revelstoke about midnight, it
ik requested that as many as can,
will purchase their tickets on Monday,
Mails Close
ctoM at  fttvfilstokfl
New Companies' Act
The much discussed Companies Act
of Uriiisli Columbia, as revised and
consolidated   at   the   last     Ression   of
the Legislature cane into effect and
operation with tbe month of July,
and is now the law of tins province.
Thai ns enforcement is vigorously
opposed by a considerable portion ol
the business interests is believed by
members ol tbo government to re-
suit largely through misunderstand -
Ing of its Intents ami provlcions:
The Canadian Manufacturers Asso-
' minm is t.. take up tbe new law
compelling tbe registration of com -
panics Irom other provinces.
us
llllll
and
The  mails  close  nt
follows:
Kor eastern  points—tl a.  111
8 p. m.
Kor  western   points—12."   p,
7:45 p. m.
Kor  southern  points—!! a.  m.
Oity mall hoxea are cleared week
dnys at 7:45 a.m. and 8:15 p. m.,
ami   Sundays at 3:15 p.  m.
ston anil Bert Bnyncs.
McVltlc   and
Bourne Bros.
Prices    biscuits    tt
Local real estate agent" report
much nctivity this week in land
sales both in city property nnd outside acreages. In all cases the prices have been good anil the present do
mand (or residential and larmiDg
property is considerable!
_ New National Park
Edmonton, Alta., July 8.—a national park Hi miliar to that at Banff
is to be established next year by tho
Dominion government, in tbe Jasper
park reserve, 5.400 square miles in ex
tent, on the main lino of the (Irand
Trunk 1'aclfic, in the Vellowhead Paaa
|The pnro will be developed under the
direction ol Howard     Douglas, com.
mlssioner ol parks for the Dominion.
,   The new park will be equal  if not
superior to the park at Banff
The Crnnd Trunk Pacific will build
a huge tourist hotel there and     the
mala line will be completed through
tbc pass by next summer. ig«
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
SATURDAY, JULY '/I'll, 1.910.
Mbc fll>ail*1bcvalb
PDBU8BK0 tVBDSBSDAY   inu
s.UTKluY   AT
REVELSTOKE. B.   C.
jntettot fMibttsbtng Company,
Llmltod
Subscription   Rates
taoi««»«p«^js0a»nd'Uulled8^'
By the year (through pontpffloe] *;'£|
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ADVERTISING   RATES.
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Ali ,   i     -   i ii'i-    Vacant,    Toaohew
-y-yy^Tiisrtii:
HonwMk io (eouregooa display.
IHJNDKNCK luvlted  oil £»«?'**$
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uniliunluil
''"'nnliie'^cle-i: TmmmSBto**. 10  Kill
SS££S bfaas
nhouW be briot.
SviY. ^0^HP1NlCHAM,
BARMBtTOS, BOUCITOIW, KTC.
il, HANK BUILBlKfl ltKVU.
B iin.i .   'I  Ol
CLEARVIEW
Wn urn now offering lur sale lots in Ihis must nitriictive
fuilmrli, its close proximity lo the IM'.K. Shops ami Ollices anil
its Bhelterad situation makes it especially desirable to those
home makers who wish to add gardening lo the generuj attractiveness of their holdings. The snow goes fully two weeks lieforo
any other part of the Town, nnd being sheltered from wind and
storm, fruit trees Qourhh exceedingly, while its high position
ensures good drainage and freedom from evils peculiar to low-
lying lands, It is attractively wooded with spruce, lir and poplar and the lots we n'ow offer are tbe best value ever offered.
The view of mountain and valley is unsurpassed and a more
charming residential part it would be impossible to find anywhere in lhu City.   The present is the time to buy.
REVELSTOKE GENERAL AGENCIES, Ltd.
REAL  ESTATE,   LIFE,   FIRE  AND  ACCIDENT  INSURANCE
IJ
Money to loan.
Olltoo-i Itcvel-ioko, U I
tlKO. S. liOCABTSB
&.. it. I'lSKUASi-
Hcvelmoke,
I'ratibruiik, B, I'.
J. A.  HAIIVKV,
t'raiiliriinli
SAKKTY  OF  l.ll'IO.
Tho dentil of   brakoman    McAt •,
which was caused hy lieing struck on
the hoad by tho beams ol No. 2i;
snow shed as tho train was passing
through, still Further emphasl7.es tho
fact ttint tho snow sheds, and tins
one iii particular, ure not as sale ns
they might ho,      No.  26 shed, as was
Railway Slaughter
Prom mi edltottal In tho insi our-
reni number ol tho Bclontlfio American tbe Following excerpt rotating to
the annual slaughter ol trespassers
on Y. ti, railroads is taken:
It is not generally undoostood bow
largo a proportion  of  the deaths nnd
.luted  hi  tho evidence at   the Inquest   injuries on   the railroad
w
1LL1A.M 1. BKlUUa
Barrister
Solicitor, etc.
S illcitor for:—
i'HK CAKAIllAN  HANK OK UOMMBBOB,
Tun Molbonb Hank, Etc,
FIRST ST.,   -   RBVSLHTOKB. B.O.
■.OBiiKX s.Ullil
K°
Provincial Lund Surveyor,
Mining Sin veyoi
i Bnglneurlug
MtKKNZlK  AVKNfK,
box iuu, Bkvblbtokb
c. w. o  w.
Mountain View Camp. Ho. "8
"ouoonlially   nvll-d 10 ill-Uinil.
W   F. OUUOBNB, fou. i'om.
JAS. MoINTltUK, Clerk.
Kootonay Lodge, No. 16, A F. m A. M.
on Wodnesday night, is lower   than
lhe others, nnil dangerous for Ihe
brnkomen who have to be oul on top
"I the ears. The need may often
arise for a uniii to got up from a
sitting posture when going through
snow sheds, mid when he does so,
lie is called upon to risk his life
unnecessarily. su feet from the
top of a car to tho beam of the shed
is not enough space tor safely nnd
provision should be made so as to
render a man safe while on the top
ot ii car in any position he may be
in. There Is no need to have such a
close lit for the ears ill the sheds and
the fact thai two lives have been lost
this year through practically the
same cause should he ground enough
to show the t'.l'.U. that their servants risk their lives too much
this respect,     Tho cms seem t.
country  it-
taken i>>
usini;   the
of       this
due  to  llie risks willfully
trespnsHers who persist    in
right of way  us a   public
thoroughfare.        Tho nnntial  reports
oi iiie Interstate Commorco Commission  for  the  past eleven  years    show
that, during this period,  105,000 persons were killed or injured, and that
of this  total,  sonic 50,000 were killed
outright,     The largo ratio of fatalities      to     injuries,     which   is  several
times largor than the ratio thnt oh
tains iu the case of accidents to pas
senders and employees, suggests that
practically     all     ot those accidents
were due to trespassers being struck
by  moving  trains.
Thin  is im country In the   world
Wh'iru tlie loss of life due lo trespas
sini- on  railroads  approaches    these
in  llgures, not even if we    take     Into
be  consideration the smaller mileage ot
J T. I'Ol.l.ii' K, Mi-"."*
I'HAS. J. AMAN.Si.i KlIAkV
SELKIRK LODGE 12, l.O.a K.
Moeli- overy Tlior*.-
day   uveniiiK   lu   Sol-
kkirk lliilUlHo'i'li'ck
f ViidtinK brtltir-an nro
cerdially inrlted to nltiu 1.
L   l'KOHYS. N.I).        JAS. MATHIK.-H'
Cold Range Lodge, K. of Pi
No. 26, Roveletoke, B. C.
MKKTS A-VhKY  WKDNK-MlAV,
eicept Hum Wednesday oi
■sac1! mouth. In    ic    iil.lt.-n ..v
Hall   al   -   o'clock.    Malt u
anigotaare ooroially .imie.i.
A. BoDONALU, ' 0.
Q. U   BBOI'K   K   nt  H. A S.
T   P.  SMITH. 41, ot K
getting higher all  the  time and  yet the railway systems iu  Europe    and
the sheds remain  unaltered.        It    is elsewhere,      The     difference   is  easily
to   he  hoped   that   the   CP.R.       will explained.      It   is  due  to  the  struii;
ent   laws  in   Europe  against  trespas
mendation ot the jury ou Wednesday sine; to the careful policing   ol   the
for the minimizing ol the danger to tracks; and especially to    the     tact
trainmen  In  the sheds  and  mnke  tho that   violations  of  the  law  are      in-
necessary  alterations. variably      punished. Here in    tbe
Lil) is too     precious    to sacrifice United  states,  conditions    are exec
Without  every precaution being taken edlngly  lux.
'I l.o roKulnr nmet-
MASo'siU    TKM-|take notice of, and adopt the reconi
i'l.I'..   Oddtellowa'
Hull, mi the Uniii
Uuuda]   in   ii'"'1'
 mii ui ti i< in<
ViaittDg    iTiilliroii
Bra I'onliully wol
■.■num.
to save it.
The     fatalities     and injuries      are
most     frequent  where  the      railroads
ini; week, and It will he another mi*
provemonl t" our flotilla.
On Wednesday, .1 une 2Ht.li, lire
broke out on the timber limits ol the
Arrow Lakes Lumber Oo., In Galena
Bay.     At tbe time there     was     a
very high wind blowing. The com.
pnny closed down then mill and
sent all their men over Ihere. Two
lire wardens were (here iu short order. There were about 300 men In
all, nnd r.lter lighl inn for a day and
n night, tbey got the lire under control,      There  were  a  few  logs      and
bridges on the logging railway burned. The company's mill was threatened for ii while and It was by hard
work that tbey saved it.
E. MoGaghran has purchased tho
Campbell residence consisting of live
lots and a two and a hall storey
dwelling,
Fishing     is    getting   good again,
There was great   excltomenl  iiii Thills
day morning al the dock, when     G,
Miliums landed a live pound rain
how trout.
Wo rogrot very much to say thai
t. ii. Hall    and   family ""• leaving
here to reside nt   1'hnse.
I   ,l. i'.  McArthur, ot Columbian col-
lego, bus returned homo to spend the
holidays,
Canada's Great Destiny
In nn Interesting review givon recently to the Canadian Mall regarding the new era ol development thai
has begun in Canada, Sir Thomas
Barclay, M. P., L. L. B,, n noted fig
ure iii finance says:
"1 should Bay  thai  Canada,    alter
Uie United  Kinj'ih   is porhaps tho
safest, place [or invest inenl in the
world.
"(if course the basis ot I'linada's
new era o[ development is the wonderful natural resources, tho fertility
of the plains, the richness in minor
nls of the mountains, and the extraordinary fruit growing powers of the
soil ospeclally in Uritish Columbia,
which 1 regard as tho coming El
Dorado.
"The Canadian nature, Canadian
traditions and Canadian milliners are
hostile to exaggeration or misrepresentation of nny kind. The social
and business life of Canada does not
lend itself to the whitewashing of
rascals. There is only one thing
ii man can do who has led his fellow
men in the Dominion Into disastrous
speculations, and thai it is to iiult
the country,   and to quit it quick .
The Canadian people would have no
further  use  for him.
"In view of tlie fact that Canada
is the safest place in the world, next
to the i'nited Kingdom, for the Investment nt funds, 1 think it is prov
Court
Mt. Begbie
3461
AMERICAN  EULOGY.
A writer in the Huston News Bureau, who has devoted much time to
the study ol the Canadian emigration question says in the course of a
liiR letter:
"British Columbia !■- another empire, for it is co-extensive with Ureal
Britain, Ireland   and Germany,     lis
!coast line is equal i" that "f all nations  bordering the   Medtterrean,  its
.fisheries and us mineral wealth excel
th • world. li boasts 3, nlles     ol
lake and river transportation.     The
pass through manufacturing districts ing  more  attractive   to    careful    in-
' in   which  the  tracks are  lined       with vestors  than   any  other country       in
fait.Hies.     The  rinlroad     frequently the world, and largely for the    very
oilers the shortest  cut   between    the reason thai  the safety is just about
factory ami the home; and statistics the same as in the United Kingdom.
Show  that   men ol  the Iiiii.nine class, **I   think   the  Old   Country   requires
artisans,  nnd   their  wives  and   child all the money  it  can ed for ils own
ren, aie annually killed by the lum
iin-.i*.       Evidently,   the  remedy    for
this sl knur slaughter, whieh stands
ns a distinct  reproach against      tho
i iviiizaii.'ii    of A i lea,    Is  t"      he
found  in  the thorough    i peration
of city and country authorities with
the railroads in the rigid enforce
ment of the law against trespass.
Industries," continued Sir Thomas,
"imt. nf course, the temptation ol
higher dividends and interest natur.-
niu determines ninny people's choice.
"l ani not surprised that Canada
headed the list ol public issues made
In England In 1909. I think there
«ill be before long a Canadian boom
1   hase my expectation mi  the oliser-
energy ol 23,000,000 i orses   can      be
harnessed In Its rivers      The Colum s" '""L' M ""' puhlic realizes that vations made during my visit to the
hia and the Fraser spread    out  mt" warning placards   railroad watchmen Dominion ami my connection with   a
the Intertoi  into chains "f lanes that and  laws airnmst   trespass,  are  snh few Canadian enterprises.
have in. parallel for beauty m  gran. "'''   '"  ""' caprice    of local  min'w* "Hut  when  I say boom,"      added
,i,,ul m          ,;  with a lenient    eye -    Thomas, "as applied t"   Canada
,\ Hall  i„*xi   I,,     "More wonderful  .-   is magnificent :" '                                    -  *'"  con    I mean  netting with a substantial
Tapping's Opera lloiise, every second  climate.     I have seen cultivated   oi '     ■   '     "»'«        the track   and this foundation.        Km-    when the boom
nnd fourth Monday in month.                chards on  plateaus and  hills dee I  annual  rdl   of deaths    an.l i-on.es in ranada and Canadian seeur
Visiting   brethren    coiuially    wel-  (|(it H*.l(iVl, s,Ml |,.v,.*    Hl ■  , „ ,   .„,„. Injury '-v.il continue to Incri il be based nn the vast nat
''      c  K.. Clarbscb IImitk.     apples,  pears,  peaches an »ral wealth and development ,.(   the
Kee.-s.-'. ll. \V. Edwards grown in these British t
Zbc flfeail*1bci:al&
SATURDAY,   JULY    'TH,   1910
leys  of  a   flavor  more   del rat.*       and
luscious than any I have evei  tat
Its  valleys,   when  cleaieil   and     cultivated,   make  ni"it   iuzui
ils  dairy  products  excel      those '
Minister  and   Normandy,     and     there
is ample room f"i   50,000,	
.    iGGRBSSIVH  MEMBER
.■ feat    again      The career of Mr.   Joseph  Martin,
rg ol the     local  in the British    House of Commons
Agricultural Soeiet]      '     •*->      ami   has been amusing,  .'■  not  Interesting
annual   nml we venture t.. say that thi
:■•., i      Kium a*   . " - *    ii '   arable gentleman did not nnd it   as
meetn .   ve ■    aa  if   easy going as he anticipated       The
-.-..   tail   .'.ll  loll  through.       There   methods employed in poll!
west   here an- totally  different
I with  those in practice In England and M
innot   Martin evidently  got  tl	
take i* part   I"- Uie when he found    that
tu the stock
if tbe A get t.i-
".;.", take :
did not all go Ins  wuy.      i li
in,** condemning hi * o« n  mo I.    and
then   policy, charging the     \
inniistiy with making terms with the
opposition, winch means   that
government will he kept  In "it"
iln* connivance of tin* Toi les '■■■,  the
lest   of   lhe   niit.urnl    life   of   tin.   ;.m
Lament Why  Wr    Martin     ihould
want   to   get   after   the      House      "f
Lords is dltBcuU   t*     ay   im   II
not   i"   In-   lllpposed   that,   they
done   him   any   harni   nr   md I     8   ei
I" tier iheir heads about him. It.
may he a case nf "smir grapes" Imw
ever.      Hut the   Lnrds   n I   iml   wr
iv tbemielvet about Mr   Martin
Two Thousand Crooks
Reno, Kev.,   July    x.   Pickpockets
nml imtei thieves cleaned up   nearly
bh much Innse coin in the hey days
nf the lit'lit as did the gnmhlcrH. He-
tectlVM  Who came   In hcc  the    light,
iald that never in then* experience
had tbey seen so many [ilckpockete
a liettt.- • than ». r!L t, ami i.i de j in nne city. It was estimated that
serves credit lor it. jjuw pickpockets carao to Heno.
to be sl I*, *'-i
'    tbe exhibition t" tbe .:i*m*ral
C  nf  the moving  picture  Ilim     "I
the Jobi on      tin*
  are liable to ci
raci   :   •     iim:,*  igb  unit  is    hardl)
■ •     ■ 'i. Canada, The fight
trom a -pi* 'm .im   point  "f      v lew,
M,-se or different trom othei
•■ ■   that have been exhiiut
■emi  that  the moral    re
' this country arc  nuikim-
■ inl opposition to tin
"Ida' ■ ' * Ictorj    m   the   Htates
'*     :     ' Dbjl ' tion        nil the
•: " ling influence to
Prom a sporting poinl
' *   thi    'Im -lit:   laCtlOn   nt   the   de
'•nt  of  in*  wbiteman is  uncalled fnr.
If ii negro is allowed tn enter     Into
'     '      ' ln'1'   it  is up to      the
public to flic imn I,   , ;,,,, ,|,.„| and
let tbe best limn win.     .L'i,', m, waa
country* and  the  intrinsic value      of
■:iies.     I regard Canada   as
destined i" become our own greater
■
;
and  al!
time
Chapm
- motor t't'St
ad  a     good
-■Ms, finder please rc-
w    M.'.i.i,   Y.M.C.A.
■*'. \ •■•' K mrth t'lnrts Engineer,
toke   Jawmill   Company.   Big
Eddy.  I*
,
h
h
IMPRESS   UPON   YOUR   MIND
THESE TWO SPECIAL FACTS
Robin Hood Hour must satisfy you In
two fair trials or you can have your money
hack   it is the guaranteed flour.
Rohin Hood Flour absorbs more moisture
than other flours therefore add more
water when you use it and get a larger,
whiter loaf.
Saskatchewan   Flour  Mills  Co.
Limited
MOOSK JAW,   SASK.
Cectifieate of Improvements
NOTICE
Sin |ii i*m, Weh li anil Ailelinii (frur-
I'ioiial) Miiit'ial Claim, situate in tile
I'mut Lake Mining Division of West
lvooli'iiay  District.
Where located: On Surprise Creek,
North fork ot I.urilo river.
TARE NOTICK that 1, 0. 11. N,
vVtlkie, acting us agent tor William
V. Foote, I'Vec Miner's Certificate
N'utnliiT II Y.'d'.M and David Morgan,
G.M.O., Number IIIMIKIII, intend, sixty
days from dale hereof, to upplv to llle
Mining Ki't'ortlei' for a Certilloute of
improvements, for lho purpose o(
obtaining a Crown (Jrunl of ibe above
claim.
And furl her lake nol ice that action,
under Section 117, nuisl be conllnclii eil
liel'mi' lbe issuance ol' such (YrtillcuUi
if Improvements.
Dated this 23td day uf .lune, A. I).,
nun,
ii. 11. N. Wii.uik,
Trout Lake, II. 0,
Tu    THK    Siiaiikiioi.hkiis    ul.-    THU
I'll I Ml.',    MlNINCl   AMI   DKVl5l-.nl'-
mk\t( ii.ui'ANY, Limited Liability.
Nolice is hereby given Hint Hie
Annual Meel lug oi lliu shareholders
of ihe I'ii nee Mini ni; .ind Development
Company, Limited Liability, will lie
held nl liie Company's olllces on Mae-
Ken/.ic Avenue, Uevelstoke, II. (1., on
Wednesday lbe Twentieth dnv of .inly
\.H.. inin, ni ihr hour ol plght o'clock
III lho afternoon,   lor lbe   purpose  of
electing olflet'i's for the ensuing your,
mil lor oilier purposes relating to tlie
inanagiMn-fni ul'the Company,
Tbe Transfer Hook of lbe Company
will lie closed diivlng|lhe fourteendayB
immediately preceding the inuetlng,
Dated al lli'cclstnkc, B.C., Ihis lilllli
dnv ol .liuu', HUH. '
W. I. Unions,      W. II. UOIIKUTHON,
President., Secretary
Mrs Hermann McKinney
TEACHER OF VOICE ANO PIANO
Mason's  Touch  and   Technique
Special attention paid to beginners and backward pupils.
TKRMS MODBRATK
SECOND STREET
Near Drill Hall
Till'   RKYKI.STnUI'f
NHW   AND
Second Hand Store
We Iluy, Sell or Sxchange
all Winds ol Household
Coods.
HIGHEST CASH PRICES  PAID
FOR MEN'S CAST-OFF
CLOTHI.G
STRAWBERRIES
Ripe Strawberries can he cup-
plied in nny quantity.
WING CHUNG
Front St.        1! velstoke. B. C.
Bush Fire Permits
Settlers on Dominion Lands can get
peamita at the Provincial Police office,
Uevelstoke, or any of lbe Provincial Fire
Wardens, provide 1 tbey comply with
Sections 5 and 6 of Chapter M. Hush
l'ires Act.
J. K. McI.i-.a.n,
Divisional Warden,
CEMENT  BLOCKS
MrumUelnrrl for all emiiii of bulldinff
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE CLAY AND FIRE BRICK;
fnr^ult In Mrjt« or *onnll qnnulitlai
I Bi tltt inn-tut priori fnr t ash.
All iim1n.ni hntldiuK fltidU'lastcrlng
'ItnUrtdWh.
Foote & Pradolini.
REVELSTOKE
E.   G.   BURRIDQE
Tinemithmic, Repairs,   Hot   Air
Pipe and Furnace Work
WORK   8HOP
Oonnaught Avo.   -   Revelstoke
Wood and Coal
For Sale
l.'fi'.    Vooidenl   nml   Ki re
IllFllMh' '*
City ami Suliurlian l.otB.
Residraow.
Full particulars upon n|i-
plioatlon,
W. B. Rotertson
PHONE 73
THE    MOLSONS    BANK
INCORPORATED 185S
Capital Paid Up       ■       $3,500,000
Rest Fund - -    $3,500,000
HashesJirantlies in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
In all the Principal Cities of the World.
A OENERAL UANKINU DUSINE8S TRANtAOTID
SAVINGS    BANK   DEPARTMENT
At all Branohes.    Interest allowed at highest current rato.
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager.
Cummings Transfer Co. Ltd.
Freight and Parcels Promptly ^Delivered
Baggage Transferred
Furniture and Piano Moving a Specialty
Leave Orders at Steam Laundry Ottlcc
OFFICE:    SECOND STREET        REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Clearing Sale of Boys' Suits
FROM FIVE TO FOURTEEN YEARS
4 f uits, Size 22 $3 50 to $4 50 for $2 and $2 50
6 Suits, Size 23 4 00 to   4.75 for 2 and   2.50
4 Suits, Size 24 4.00 to   5.00 for 2 and   2.50
2 Suits, Size 25 3 50 to   5.00 for 2 and   2.50
i.Suits, Sizo 26 3 50 to   4.00 for 2 and  2.50
2 Suits, Size 27 3.50              for 2
12 3-picce Suits, 27 to 33, $5 and $6 fur $2.75 & $3.50
MeKinnon S Sutherland
FIT-REFORM CLOTHING
THE CANADIAN  BANK
OF COMMERCE
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000     Reserve, $6,000,000
DRAFTS ON   FOREIGN   COUNTRIES
Arrangements hove i*w:eritly been completed under which the  branche*
of thi* Bank are able to Issue Drafts on the principal points
In tha following countries:
Austrifc-HunoT    Finland
Bc-lgpuiB
Brail)
Bulgaria
Ceyloa
China
Crete
Denmark
EK7P«
F.-uoe IstaaOi
Ireland Russia
Formosa Italy Servia
France Japan Siam
Fr'ch Cochfaa-Cktna Java •   South Africa
Germany Manchuria Straits Set
Great Britan Mexico Sweden
Greece Norway Swittcrland
Holland Persia Turkey
IcelaaJ
India
Philltpine Islands    West indie*
Roumania and elsewhere
IT!
WO   DttAT   I*   l>8UIN«.        *ULL   PARTICULAR*   ON   APPLICATIOM
REVJzLSTOKE   BRANOH—A.   H.    ALLEN.   MOR.
You   Like   Music
Here it Your Opportunity I
Ktlison's Phonographs and Records,Graphophones,
Accordions, Banjos, Guitars, Flutes, Piccolos,
Violins, Fittings of all kinds of finest quality.
Sole Agents for the Noted
New Scale Williams' Pianos
All kinds  of Instruments  tuned and  repaired.
Work Guaranteed
A call at the music store on McKenzie Avenue,
adjoining the City Hall, will convince you of the
quality of the goods.
J. BIN (i H AM, Meat.
Doors, Windows, Mouldings,
Turnings, Etc.
Write for Prices to
Revelstoke Sash & Door Go. Ltd
REVELSTOKE, B C. SATURDAY, Jl'l.Y nTH, nun.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Page 3
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I r**—        i «. ffsft  '
*-•   M^' ,Miiaia:"Mi'''''-''-n' .■■ '. t
S&esHtSck's
WlM^iSsffifc:1
       _~_ _.
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged and Imptoved.    Flrel-Clata In every respect,    All modern convenlenoei
Large Sample Uounis,
Rates, $2.00 per day        Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from country ol origin.
WHOLESALE     DEALERS     ONLY.
REVELSTOKE    IB.  O.
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably   furnished   with  the  choicest the
market affords.     Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
J".   ALBEET     SI-OIsTB      PEOP.
A. F. MASON
PRACTICAL GARDENER
Jobbing promptly attended do. Agent for all kinds oi
Trees, Plants, Bulbs, etc Lawns and Gardens taken care
of for the Summer. Terms reasonable, Twenty years
experience.
Residence with F. G. Frisby.    Phone 80
SPRING IS HERE
Wow u1* tbc Cintc of ljcar for See& flMantiiio
Seautifs Dour (Battens
A   large assortment of Fresh Garden nnd Field Seeds, including
STEEL   BRIGGS   FERRY'S   MAY'S   McKENZIE'S
ANO BURPEE'S.    Fine Lawn Grass, Clover, Timothy, Alfalfa
The Paget Supply Co'y.
E. W.  B.  PAGET
For Sale by Lawrence Hardware Co., Revelstoke, B.C.
Ice Cream* Soft Drinks
All Kinds Furnished during
the Summer Season
Cowie's Restaurant
OPEN   'I'll.I.   MIDMlilir
I.OOKI        LOOK        AND        READ!
Actual comparison of Eastern Catalogue prices, freight added, with
HOWKON'S     PRICES
Winnipeg price
Weight
Freight
Total
Howson's
Price delivered
Kitchen Chairs
50c.
101b.
23c.
73c.
ii
i«
70c.
Kitchen Cabinet
$6.75
1501b.
$3.53
$10.72
ii
ii
$9.60
Dining Table
10.55
1651b.
3.87
14.42
ii
ii
14.40
Dining Chairs
88c.
121b.
28c.
1.16
a
ii
1.20
Dresser and Stand
8.95
1501b.
3.52
12.47
ii
ii
13.00
	
1.25
1601b.
3.76
15.01
«i
i.
14.00
Bed
3.55
601b.
1.41
4.96
ii
ii
5.20
Bed
5.3i
681b.
1.59
694
ii
ii
7.20
Dominion Spring
2.40
601b.
1.41
3.81
it
it
4.00
Child's Cot
5.10
751b.
1.76
6.86
ii
ii
7.20
Ostermore Mattress
15.00
ii
ii
16.50
Wi' make mir profit hy shipping in enr load lots, ('hereby saving freight mien. Iliin^
catalogue giving description ol other goods not specified in lliis lint to our Btoro and we
will prove our statements.   Remember we deliver goods and net up free from breakage,
R. HOWSON & co.   -   Revelstoke, B. C.
I™
McC
AGNET
Wood Furnace
Fruit Lands Near Revelstoke
We have for sale 80 acres of cleared
fertile lands ready for cultivation and
planting, half a mile from town, to be
divided into small blocks to suit purchasers
M and
er Acre
EASY  TERMS
This is the best land in the district, being
very fertile and suitable for growing fruit
or vegetables—no irrigation needed. This
is a paying investment.
Apply to
Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
v
REVELSTOKE,   B. C.
McClary's Magnet Wood Furnace has a fire-box with cor-
rugatt'il sides— uul straight like the fire-box   in   ordinary
wood   furnaces.     The    Magnet     corrugated    fire-box,    if
stretched out  straight, would  be one-third  longer.    You
can   readily   see   the   advantage of this McClary feature
—it    nearly    doubles
the heating power and
gives you the best results       The    Magnet  (J
fire-box   is   better,
stronger, heavier than
you'll   find   in   other
wood furnaces, and it
is in only two pieces,
held    together     with
McClary  Oil  Cement
at    the    joint    (cup-
shaped)  so no fumes,
smoke    or    gas    can
escape.   The McClary
agent   in   the  nearest
town   will   show   you
all of the good points
of the Magnet. Write
to   the    nearest    McClary    branch    for
booklet. No charge.
McClarys
Condon, Toronto, Montreal, Winnipeg, Vancouver, St. John, Hamilton, Caloary
For Sale by Bourne Bros., Revelstoke
Horses for Sale
One Heavy Stallion.
One heavy Young Gelding.
One Young Hay driving and rii'-
ing drilling.
One Hay driving and riding Mare
with colt,
Can he seen at the Mill, at Kig
Eddy.
Revelstoke Sawmill Co.
NOTICE OF ASSIGNMENT
season it might cause some ilifllculty
but should be practicable, une cuiilil
ascend between the left mid centre
ridges lit i liis time of year, ns the
snow bridge across the bergechrun is
evidently still solid. The glacier
between the right and left ridges is
apparently too broken to permit nn
easy ascent by this route. Uut the
centre ridge makes an easy und
pleasant scramble.
"The difficulty of getting to tie
peak hus been exaggerated. There
is at present a good trail as fa. as
Fleming's ranch, some live miles
trom the trallic bridge. About three
miles out the trail branches, and
there the left and narrow branch
should be taken. At the ranch
there is a spring about 2no yards
west of the shack. Horses could
be ridden this far. Krom tho shack
following  in  the  clearing  300  yards,
NOTICE  is  hereby  given  that  pur-
uant to the "Creditors' Trust Deeds
•ct,  l'JOl" und amending acts,  Doyle 'one  finds a  trail partly  cut  out nnd
und Allum,  Limited, of the city      of 'partly  blazed about  a  mile     further
the
ou the ranch. mis ridge nl.minds in
27th day of June, A. D., l'Jlil, as- huckleberries at this time of the
sign all their estate, credits and    el     year. Krom     it   the  wooded  slope
fects which  may  be seized  and    sold   leading up to the mountain apperars
Itevelstoke m the province of Uritish * to a ridge some 500  feet above
Columbia,   Merchants,   did       on    the   ranch.        Tbis
under execution to William U. Itobert
son of the said City of Kevelstoke.
Agent, for the benefit of their    cred-
Certificate or Improvements
NOTICE.
'■ Hurry" mineral claim, situate in the
Trout Lake .Mining Division of West
Kootenay District.
Where located ;-()n Poplar Creek,
near Poplar Townsite.
TAKK NOTICK that I, A.R. Hey land,
Free Miner's Certificate No. It. "^5405,
Intend, sixty days from date hereof, to
apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, f.ir the purpose
if obtaining a Crown Grant of the above
Uaini.
And further take notice that action,
under Section 37, must be commenced
tiefore the issuance of such Certificate of
Improvements,
Dated this ISth dav of April, A. D.,
1911.
A. R. HBYLAND.
NOTICK
Revelstoke Land District.
District of Wesl K'" Lenny,
Take notice tli it I. Julln A. Simp-
  nf Arrowhead, occupation married woman. Intend lo npply for permission to pin chase Iho following
ilosci ilii'd I.md- :
f'oiiniM lieing at a |i"-i planted al
Iho -i nth-i-ssl em i ri ni Lot 8900,
i lii'iii e west In Oi iin-. Ilii'iiii' sonlli7
ibiiiiis mm ii or h--s lo lake shore.,
i hem '• alniig lake idiom lo point of
commencement.
Il.ili'il .linie .'ti h. 1010,
Iv 200i1 .11 I.l A A. SIMPSON.
Union Hotel
RESTAURANT
Under New Management
WHITE HELP ONLY
Stewart Macdonald
Proprietor
All kinds
Reasonable Trices
Painting and
Paper Hanging
Satisfaction  Ouariuiteed
R. Z. CRAWFORD
Cor. Third St.  and Robson Avenue
i^y
Dominion   Lands
Railway Belt of British Columbia
Tin'.lali'fm ihe coining Into force
of iln- new regulations lias been
changed,  A new dale will lie sel later.
Until further notice no entries to be
granted In the New Westminster district and cast of Hange 18, west of
sixth meridian Inclusive.
P, (i.   KI'.VKS.
Secretary,
Ottawa, June 20, linn.
Farm for Sale
WANTED   in SEL1    Form ..I    11".
acres,  nice location!  close  to railway
,ind - 1,""1.   i;<i,ni road, well watered,
good    bottgra   land.    The
ut land.    Apply to F. Baynei
Malakwa, B. C, t.i.
Palace Restaurant
McKenzie  Avenue
Kruit, Candies, Cigar--,Tobacco.
Meals 85 centc
A. H. Sing, Proprietor
NOTICE
Our logs are stamped
on the end "E" and all
I persons    are    warned
J against taking them or
the driving of nails or
spikes therein.    Do not
(touch our logs.
Revelstoke Sawmill Co., Ltd.
H. B. STONEX
Practical..
Machinist
Repairs of all kinds neiily (anted on
Bicycle ind Hon work sspecialty
Estimates given on nny clou
of work.
Front     Street.
To Trappers
Raw Furs Bought
Cash Prices Paio
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Furs
directly  across  a  valley  and       only
about a mile away.     From tbe ridge
one descends about 100 feet and soon
itors; | crosses a stream over which however
I AND NOTICK is hereby given that there arc any number of logs. The
a meeting of the creditors of the said wooded slope is steeper than Mt.
'Doyle and Allum, Limited, will be Revelstoke, but a zig-zag trail could
held in the ollice of William U. Kob- j be put up it to timber line. The aa
jertson, corner Second Street and Mc- cent to timher-linc takes three to
Kenzie Avenue, Uevelstoke. li. O., on 'our hours if packs are light. There
Saturday, tbe ltith day of July. A. is not a drop of water up the slope,
D., IMO, at the hour of 2 o'clock in ' unless one swings away over to the
the afternoon. 1 left where the going is not so good.
All persons having any claims From timber-line the glacier is soon
against the said Doyle and Allum. reached,, and then, unless one wishes
Limited, are required to forward par to fall into a crevasse, there is no
ticulars of tbe same duly verified, to more trouble till the centre ridge is
the assignee at Revelstoke, IS. C, on   reached.
or before the 31st day of July, 1910. "From the top the view is magnitl
AND NOTICE is hereby given that cent- Purity, Sir Donald, the Her-
after that date, the assignee will pro m'' range aud a host of others show
ceed to distribute the proceeds of UP to the eust; away to the north is
the estate having regard only to the *^'r Sandford; to the west of this
claims which he shall bave received 'cw peaks are more conspicuous than
notice and he will not be responsible ^"' Copeland. Further around and
for the assets or any part thereof so   across  a  precipitous  valley,  adorned
with  three  hanging glaciers,  is      an
area of  white  peaks  several of them
higher than Hegbie,  while immediately   to  the  smith   we  could  see       the
steamer  putting   out   across  the  Arrow Lakes.
The thing that most impresses one
Solicitors for Assignee,    is   the  desirability  and   practicability
,  -— - [of a trail which will tiring the moun
tain somewhat nearer the citizen and
tourist. I am glad to hear that the
Revelstoke Mountaineering Club is
agitating for such  a  trail. They
should   have  little  trouble  in   getting
u through.    The mountain is worth
There Is no more  beautiful peak
distributed to any person or per -
sons of whose debt he shall not then
have rereived notice.
Dated     ac Revelstoke. U. C.    this
2nd July, 1910.
Harvey,   MeCarter  i  Pinkham,
Corporation of llic City ol'
Revelstoke
PUBLIC NOTICE
COURT OF REVISION
UNION HOTEL
AltHO A IIKAII, 11. 0,
Special  AI lent ion given   to   coinineri'ial
men   and   tourist*.    Kirst-clium   sample
rooms. Pineal scenery in Itritish Colon*
liia, overlooking I'pper Arrow I.aku.
W. J. Lightburne, .Prop
Assessment   1910
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby
given that the Court of Revision
ofthe Assessment of 1010 will be
held in the City Hall, Revelstoke,
B.C., on Wednesday, Aug. 3rd.,
1010, at 7 o'clock, p.m.
Bkuce A. Lawson,
City Clerk
Mount Begbie Trail
Mi. Brldgland,   surveyor, and Mr.
'.   II.  dlSSona,   llllule  the  ascent       of
Mt. Begbie this week nud experienced
no particular difficulty In doing   sn.
Mi. Blssons,  when asked a
feasibility ol a trail being const i it I
..I tu the mountain,    and Its ■
by ordinary  tourists     and  visitors,
stated:
I   "There i.- no    reason     why ever)
I able-bodied, cool-beaded man In Kev
elstoke should not ascend Ml.     Ifcg-
Ibie  nml enjoy  a     prospect     hardly
equalled anywhere in tin* mountains.
.The climb  is   neither  haul   nor  dang-
lerous; the chief difficulty nt present,
is getting to the climb. llut even
wit limit a trail further than at present it is quite possible to reach
timber line from the eity the lirst
day ainl make the ascent and return
to the city  the second  day.
"The    peak    itself    is  most easily
Climbed  by the centre ridge. The
rock is solid and it would take fun
si'leialde earelcssness to dislodge it.
For about twenty-live feet just as
one leaves the glacier, tbe only rock
work requiring much climbing occurs. Hut thcro arc plenty of good
'hand-holds. There is a gap easi.y
'stepped across at this time ol >■
' between the glacier     and the    ridge.
It was this, In addition to bad wea-
'thcr, that stopped Mr. W. W.     Le-
leaux six years ago.      Later In tbe
in the whole mountain region, tho
Mew from the top is splendid, and
u is well to remember that the
peak is just a little higher above
Revelstoke than Sir Donald is above
i llacier,"
Railway Time Table
ll*.' following i*. ii,,* n,w summer
timetable of the C. I'. U.. showing
limes of arrival antl departure of
train at  Itevelstoke.
WESTBOUND
No. I  arrives I5:06„ depart- 6:38 a.m.
\.i !»7 ani\e*. 3:28 departs 3:40 p.m.
s"' "'  im •    i,;,.-,, ,|,.|,„|K 5:15 (, m_
KASTHOUNI)
2  nnivi's   1^:35  midnight,       de-
I-. US midnight.
M arrives ll 80 a. tn., departs
No.
pot is
So.
11:80 n. m.
Nn.   fi  arrives 9:20     a.   in..
8 in    a. m.
ARROWHEAD BBANCfl
Leaves Revelstoke U.36   a. u
ivei Revelstoke 4:30 p. m.
leparts
Kr.
Mon*y     to loan, on real estate.—II.
N. Courtier,
"-'^   ^ Vagt 1
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE. B- G
SATURDAY,  JULY 9T11,  LfllO.
The  Spokane  of  Alberta
Study the Location
ot Camrose
Camrose has advantages
and facilities that are unequalled in any other eity in
Canada today. Located in
the centre of a rich agricultural district, at the junction
of the 3 great transcontinental lines the CP.R.. C.N.
R.. and G.T.P-, it at once be
comes a natural distributing
point.
In addition to these ad
vantages Camrose has five
coal mines in actual opera
tion one mile from the city,
where coal can be bought
for $2 per ton. With an
abundant water supply
and cheap fuel Camrose is
destined to become an important manufacturing and
industrial centre.
No better evidence of the
future of Camrose as a city
of great commercial import
a ace could be given than the
fact that several of the
largest wholesale firms in
Canada have already located
there and are erecting imposing wholesale structures.
Your Opportunity
is Right Now
to make a judicious investment. Large fortunes have been made
in new cities in small
investments, and the
man who puts his money
into real estate in Cam-
rose Is always sure of
coming out at the big
end of the financial
horn.
" Now " is the watchword of the wise. The
Grand Trunk Pacific Addition is the best buy
on the market. Buying
lots at the present prices
means big profits in the
near future. Two years
to such a town as Cam-
rose means development unconceived. Two
years to the G.T.P. Addition means prices trebled.
Buy Now and Save
Money.
r.asatvr.
GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC ADDITION
Lies within Three Blocks ot the G.T.P. Depot, the closest in sub-division on the market. Its location is ideal, lying high and dry and
level, in the west end of the city, the hest residential section. Lots are 25 x 120 feet, and are being offered now at $175 tor inside lots
and $200 for corners. TERMS: One-third Cash, balance in 3 and f> months. Experience teaches that men who made their wealth
from real estate were those who bought early.     Buying Now means large profits in the near future.      Buy while tho Buying is Good.
inside Lots now Selling at $175, Corner Lots at $200
Watch
CAMROSE
Grow
Camrose Land and Investment Co.
711 First Street East, Calgary, Alberta.
A. E. Kincaid, Agent, Revelstoke
Watch
CAMROSE
Crow
i
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=i/ BATtTrtTUY, JULY 9TII, Win.
TliE MATL-HERALD UEVELSTOKE, B. C.
Pag* S
If our methods suit you
tell others, ll thoy don't
suit you tell up. Any criticism o( our mode of
doing business will be
appreciated.
HUME'S SPECIAL
A news sheet devoted to the interests of the eitizens of Revelstoke and surrounding
towns and settlements.     Our aim is to place before the purchasing.
public the facilities of Our Big Department Store.
Mail Orders.
Telephone Orders.
Send   the   children   to
the store.   Come yourBelf.
Have our city traveller
call at your home for
orders.
Untrimmed Hats
All untrimmed hats must march in the
bargain procession. We cannot keep
them from you at the present prices.
You pick up a lat and if the ticket says
|5, just give it to one of the young ladies
in charge and   she will hand you the hat
For $2.50
Straw  Shapes
.Millinery will not interest unless at a
price to command attention. All our
straw shapes are piled on tables, go
through and make your own selection.
Tans, Browns, Mauves, Greys, $1.50 to
$2 50 shapes, selling now at each
90c.
Another  lot  of straw shapes, most any
color, $2 to if.'!.50 shapes, all now at each
$1.15
Millinery Trimmings
All Flower Trimmings, etc., nre being
rushed off to close a successful season.
You can make your selections and just
give us half the price marked on the goods
Half-price
Pretty  Embroideries
What a hit that Embroidery and Insertion is making. 1000 ends of nice white
Nainsook, Lawn, Swiss and French Embroidery, all this seaeon's goods, they are
manufacturer's ends. They are put up
in convenient pieces of '■', to 10 yards and
the price will astonish you. He here on
Monday and get a good selection, pretty
pieces at from
25c. to $1
Shirt Waists
The Lady in White is here again, the
warm days have brovght her out again.
Here is another bargain in Mouses and
Shirt Waists for her to choose from, all
handy on tables for easy choosing) and if
the price card says $:'., just give the clerk
$1.50
White Skirts
Do you want a nice white skirt to round
out the summer. A line selection of new-
designs in wash skirts, card repp, Indian
Head, duck, all in the snowy white that
is so desirable.
$2.25 to $5
Saturday Night Hosiery
Another pile of hose  for  Saturday night
selling.     All kinds ladies' and children's
25c. a pair
Fine Teas
and
Coffees
In this department we are
again making a big showing
of our different lines. We
aim to please our customers
with a giiod article for a
small price.
Our bulk teas are being
asked for in repeat orders
and the value is above the
average.
Try a pound of our Sunbeam Tea—ll'.ue 50j. pe; lb.
and Red at 10c. per lb.
Fish
We have just opened up a
large shipment of Fish direct
from the east, comprising:—
Sill Sea Trout, Labrador Fat
Herring, Holland Herring in
kegs, Digby Smoked Herring
and Nova Sooih Codfish in
lib. and 21b. packages, (let
our prices and you will get
our lii-h.
Fruits
and
Vegetables
The preserving season is here
and we are pushing Cherries,
Apricots, Strawberries, Raspberries and other fruits. Get
your order in early, as the
supply is limited.
Always a fresh lot of Lettuce, Radishes, Beets, Turnips and Green Onions every
morning.
Flour and Meal
Unloading to-day one car of
Flour and Meal ;—Royal
Household Flour in lOOlbs ,
oOlbs., and 251b, sacks; Rje
Flour in 501b. sack-; Whole
Wheat Flour in 50.1). sacks;
Graham Flour in 501b., and
101b. sacks Meota Flour,
Corn Meal, Wheat Cranules,
Oatmeal, Uolled Oats aud
Itolled Wheat. We can save
you money in this line.
Just Put Your Foot Into It!
Drop into our store any time during the next few days,
let us get your proper quarler-size in one of our
smart new Regal Shoes, and just slip your foot
into it.   We guarantee you'll find it the smartest
looking, smoothest fitting and most comfortable shoe you've worn in years—unless you
have been wearing Regais right along.
REGAL
SHOES
are made on scientific lasts, insuring smooth, snug fit
and smart custom lines.    Regal quarter-sizes mean
an exact lit for your feet—not shoes even a little
too loose or too tight.    The quality and workmanship in Regais insure long service—and
permanent retention of the original shape.
$5.00
$5.50
$6.00
$6.50
The Elevator is the most perfect type of passenger elevator
made. We spared no expense to
get the best and most reliable. All
the safety devices so far produced
you will find on it. The most
approved automatic safety brake.
C. B. Hume Sr Co. Limited
DEPARTMENT  STORE
Revelstoke and Arrowhead
You may lind a mistake in
mir accounting, let us know if you
■do. Wo bave installed the fineet
ollice system possible and are doing
our utmost to ke-ep apace with the
times. You can help ua if you let
us know of any mistake that might
occur. P.nje 6
THE MAILllEHALDltEVELSTOKE, B 0
tUTumUY, July 9th, wlo.
Annual July Clearing Sale
STARTS TO-DAY
An unparalleled opportunity to buy Women's, Men's and
Children's Apparel at Bargain Prices and in some cases
Below Cost.
Seasonable Millinery
Parasols!   Parasols!
JULY   CLEARING   SALE   PRICE
ALL  OUR SUMMER   PARASOLS
HALF   PRICE
HALF    PRICE
Bargains in Staples, Dry Goods, Dress ('mods. Made-up Garments,
Boots and Shoes, etc, We buy back at purchase price any unsatisfactory
article that is returned in good condition. We may make a mistake, but you
cannot,     CF SEE SMALL BILLS FOR PRICES.
FIELD NOUS
REID & YOUNG
to
Unit
ti iiy
Will     I"'     Its
LOCAL HND GENERAL
We  learn  that  tbe  King ol    Mam
5,    visiting America nml Canada this year, but     will    only bring
("ity ol lm- wives with him.
The city council have arranged
create  a  new office  in  tbe  c-ity.
:  a  part  commissioner
reward Ioi   thi    sei * Ice
not and glory.
It is probable that the fight be -
tween Jack Johnson the champion
heavy weight and Sam Langtord,
will take place in August at Cheyenne, Wyoming, Ior a Bide  bel  ol $20,
Ui.'U.
The municipality ol Point Grey has
the bonoi ol having the lowest tax
rate among the organized districts ol
ll. C. The rate .- 4.45 nulls on the
ilullar on improved land and 8.5
mills uu  wild lauds.
J. T. Teller ha.-, ;\c think, secured
the record for size aud weight in
eggs, !!. owns a black Minorca hen
which laid au egg tine week weighing
nearly sil ounces and three ami one
ball inches long.
Today is the last day ol the tune
limit given hy the city iur property
owners to cut thistles nnd other nol
ions weeds growing on then lands,
Vfter today the city will 'l" the
work and charge the same to the pro
perty. ■»■-
i "1. I 'ot. : B, |i. ' ' L'. at Yii lm in.
will inspect K. Company, R. M. R.,
:. Monday evening. A good turnout is looked Ior. Col. Peters, we
.: lerstand, is very particular in
military details aud it is to be hoped t ' the local company will muke
id Bhowing.
PURITY  FLOUR
To those who havo not yet iriven Purity Flour a trial we
would suggest you doing so if you wish to procure the hest
as we absolutely guarantee every sack. Your money refunded if not just what we represent it to be.
TEA   AND  COFFEE
We have a fill stock of the leading lines in Teas and
Coffees and can offer you the hest values on lhe market,
ranging in price from $1 per lb. to 3 lbs. for .$1 as a special.
A. HOBSON. BAKER & GROCER
The CP.R. me shortly I" build a
hospital here, this will he so much
better for Dr. Gordon and people, as
well as a nice addition to our thriving town.
Brewster  Bros,    have   built    band
some new stables, carriage    houses,
leto., ncrosB the river, and are thoroughly equipped lm  all demands for
driving or riding iinrties.
A particularly sail event last week
was tho finding ol the hody of Mr.
Jack Lawson (barber of Field) on n
trail near l.canchoil. We have no
particulars. The. Provincial Con
stable wired bin paronts In Oaladonia
Onl.., nnd received instructions to
ship  I.iii"  remains to them there.
Friday, duly 1st, wns a nala day
in Field.     The morning train,  No. '2
brought  ihe Golden  Bports n,      as
well as a largo crowd ol Golden citl
ssens. In the forenoon the baseball
match was played, nml was a last
game throughout, and wo think that
the Golden baseball team received a
great surprise to liml thai they
had been  beaten, when the gnme eiul
ed tbe seme stood 'li-!) In favor ol
Field. The fool hall match In tho
afternoon was much moro exciting,
ami the Goldon football team started
oul to win. This also ended In a
score of I a In favor of Field, During
tbe afternoon ami at Intervals Ihere
weie horse races, Indies and gontle
Minns' races, children's races and
various others to numerous to mention. In the evening the ladies has
ket bull game between Field and
Goldon teams was played. The Gol
den team is a very line one und In
this gamo the Goldon team won. the
score was 5 I. The Indies here have
just been practicing a very short
whi.e. They are going to form a
regular team ami will play Golden
on Labor Day. The day's sports
ended with a hall ia the Mt. Stephen
Huns", and the prizes were given
on-, u'_ the close.
The next Important event will be
the lawn social to he given by the
ladies of the Roman Catholic church
on the lawns of Mt. Stephen House,
on  July  ISth.
Baseball Schedule
The following is (lie baseball srlieil-
ulefor the Y.M.O.A. league for this
season:
Friday July
Tuesday "
Friday "
Tuesday "
Fillay "
Tuesday "
Friday "
Tuesday "
Friday   "
Tiles. Aug.
Frld.iy "
Tuesday "
I
12
15
111
22
211
r~~
-Beavers v Corleys,
Hns. Wen v Intermed,
I'm leys v Intermeds.
Boavera v Hus. Men.
Corleys v Hus. Men.
Heavers v  lulermeils.
Heavers v Oorleys.
Hus. Men v Intermed,
211   Corleys v Intermeds,
2   Heavers V Hus. Men.
.">   Corleys V Hus. Men.
(I   Heiivers v Inlernietls.
All league players linial I e members
of the Y.M.C.A,    No  player ean play
with more  than one (until.     Captains
will please  see   Unit- Ibis Is enforced,
dames will lie called  promptly at 0:30
mi scheduled  nights,   and   7   Innings
will be played.
INTKIUIHDIATR   HCHBDUI.lt
"    July n   Iiiiii School v .l.li.c.
" 111  'Public School v .1 ll.C.
'• " 20    Puhlio v Iligh School.
" 27    High School v .I.II.C.
Aug.  2    I'ulilie School v .I.II.C.
" lu   Puhlio v High School,
" 17    lliuli School v .I.II.C.
Railway Time Table
Tin"   follow ini;   is   lhc   new
II I.ll'lr     of   lhe      I'.   V,    fit.
limes  of  arrival    and  dupnrtuii
I rain nl   Ituvclsloko.
UKSTIiUtlNI)
No.  I  airius 0:0-5, departs (1.2
No. 117 arrives :\:2n departs tf:-*!
\of ii arrives   l;.Vi, departs 5:1
KASTIillUMI
summer
showing
re of
> fi
No. 2 urines 12:35
purls 12:15 midnight,
No. lit! im-ivuM 1l:H(
11:50 a. m.
ulniglil,
p.m.
do-
llep.pls
No,
9:40
U  arrives  11:21
u.  in.
AUllOWIIKAl
'llll'!     1,'cVl'lslol.C
departs
os llovolslolie  I
HltANCII
ii  i)::ir>    a.   ni
III p. 111.
Your Insurance
Is  one of  the   most   important  items
in your business
LET Kootenay Agencies, Ltd,
Look after tbis branch of your business
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, LTD.
Successors to Kincaid & Anderson
lumber Corporati
Don't  forget   to  li
'i   making summer
,'i  tit. Peter's
a  very  successlul    lawn
The  Ladie
i. .:   lay   •  *" '      in  spite
of ti...* afternoon rain and  tbo damp
m   crowd   attendee   anil
-,:...•  many  attractions   provided  were
well     pat Tea. coffee,  Ice
•..* .   . *    *     ment -     '••■'■!'■
. and th.- City  Baud played    a
well selerted pi   ;ramme.     a    band-
*   •   -.*. was realize'!.       T: •■ rect   I >
•  •   .*;:*   prettily decorated
with electric lamps.
li. II. Ti iieman will
ami his studio will he
13th ami   14th  only.
materials
al     Mac's
n   Ihe   citj
li   on   .Inly
There
Will        1
.      a:     ■ m ■
■
ially
good  l'i
ogramme
nf   pi* '
al
ih,
1'llliS' 'II
Theatre
onlght
is  in  thi
Mr   n
There was a contest not long ago
• en a Japanese ising the familiar abacus, which we see in all the
banks here, and a bank clerk skilled
in the use "! an adding machine. The
Japan---e won * bands mely. How
many white people know bow to use [,„,t
that device Ior the p .-, K I mnk-
ing calculations    '■'*■ nine*.
■ ..-■ • t:.-it it might i.* t ' •■ a I'lul
plan to teach the use I thi machine
in schools.
The Revelstoke Cricket LTub have
arranged im their toui "f the Okan
agan ami  will start   mi   August   -1st.
Economy ami Rem sealers, crocks,
demijohns, jelly glasses, rubber rums
at  Bourne Bros,
i  Jap named t**l'"     wa     ned 125
and  costs  for  tin-horning   yesterday.]    ^jine  Ma
After paying the line he wa .j, *
I.i  leave  the city
T.  F.   Sinclair  is making I
i_res-   with   the  severing  "f  tl"
ern section, four blocks being ><
finished.
' A narrow escape from drowning
wns Innl tbis week i.\ young Hen
elle, who while playing on the river
hank at  the Chinamen's garden    fell
in ami  ua-   "iily re-'* I  hy  a China
man  after  ii close call.      Cil
nearly  all to  land.
SOCIAL ANO PERSONAL
if   Kai
Hi
cast.
■     v
*
n*. *   a'    •:,.*
T. T.   Sinclair  has  been     aw
the contract  for   the  laying  of  the
new pipe line Ior the extension of the
city water  system,  at 3»c.  per  lineal
■
■
\I*
*
teriiay.
.1    m . .
*
friends
It u esttmati '■      re
ceipts "f th" great    Johi
Bgbt win- i 120 it ■       *"-
   w ith  11   I".ini-  foi
•]:,,        ■    ' the arena
proximated 180,    1 ited at
tendance     was    18,500,        Johnson's
share of thi ■    •• II     be     al *  it
   in- bonus  110,000   and
picture rights 850,000, making a total
ol  1120,500, .Jeffries  is  to  rei e   I
Mi.,""i>.  a   bonus  ■■',   51 v""n  and  Jn
£66 for his motion  picture rightv  01
a total  of 8177,066.
Summer
Necessities
II*-"  iti I fl iv articles chosen
at random from our large
Stock "f Toilet <i K)d«
Witch Ha/H   double distiller! 35c
8en*o Almuntl   Cream   for   the   Com-
plciion 50o
Wash Ragi 1&c nnd 25c
Paimer't   Rose    Leaves     Totlot     Water
SOO    li.OO   12 00
Crukhed Ro»« Talcum 25c
Cold Cream 25c
Bews' Drug Store
Now that the city has ordered    all
■   I    *i* i *   I t   i , Mi.us   weeils   ■ *
pert)      t up  to   the
-.■'.'■    '"*;   	
i,-"I   treed from  the    Ide ■
•
..■■ii !"i a cil
;.
■  t imobile   Is   "tn
common  In the city now      We learn
Ity lhat   'i   ■ *.i    not
■
, .,,' Rd with the II
.( London   and   fc it  the
monoplane  will
the Pall  l-'i     '        rear
u,* regret  to s the       ad
ntelligence ol the death n( Mi V.
Mitchell, which occurred nn Wi
day nighl alter n brief Mines Much
sympathy is hem.- i tpre led for lho
• ,* ,<*ii husband *. I and Mrs.
Mitcheh have been >n long residence
In the eity, and made many friends,
Tin* funeral took place yesterday
afternoon.
left   this
'
•
\l
*
"I
*
Mi
■
A   local CP.R,  official  im    Inform
ed us that the two brakoman     who
ere with the late Conductot Davis
on train north extra 440, when he
wiih kiiieii were both experienced   in
their  work, and  although  Ihey      had
nol been very loi ft this part    of I
the  i ""'I   <hey   had  seen  lonit service
'ou other rallruads.
H. I
I
I ne     and
*
* .I   to  take
III, l.l'tll':   lllll. tl,,* wi*l|       |
ei  and expli   *
ni  tha   tlpinc i ini,in. i ■'•   ..ki, i,
tet       He
his sin i" indlngs and | hat
the I. "i ling is not crowded the
hit long      The Idea  al   the founds
imn of the i I'll,   the   nn adlng nl the
knowledge of Canada'   mountain re
rn.li   bv   menu:    of      clubhouse       and
camps ni '. ninii mountain point
l-etliel     with    the    |,llblical ll ill       ot       llle
annual lournal winch ,.,„      i,,     ,i,,
enilH   of   the      earth.       strikes   him   ;i
,inost original and most valuable.
The Dominion Sawmills & Lumber
Ltd., is the title ol a British I'uluin
bin corporation which is now raising
8.4,000,000 on the London money
market by an issue of li per cent,
lirst mortgage debentures which will
be secured on some HO square miles
of timber situated on the main line
of the CP.R. near Three Valley, a
few miles west of Uevelstoke. Tbe
authorized capital of tbe company
is 85,000,000. Tbe price of the debenture issue is 95 und the debentures
if nol previously redeemed, will he
repayable on July 1, 1935, at a price
of 106.
Stan,lim:  timber on  the 90,000 ne-
ies owned by the company is estimat
e.l   to   total   2,260, ,000   feet  and   in
the Btatemenl  "f the assets    of    the
company    this is valued    at    ('J per
thousand feet, giving a total value of
Ll,  386,986.      The appraised value of
the mill,  plant, etc., al  Three    Val
ley is  £58,689.      The   manufactured
st'.ck ,.f the company   is   figured an
worth   £30,000.     S.   A.  Mundy.
lent  and  managing director    ol
the company,  considers a manufact-
iring l't ..nt  of 87.50 per thousand ft.
*ii ill   of  \al union  of
,i going concern! Tbe
ated  manufacturing  profit      on
•   total  amounts to  £3,467,465. On
Ol  an  annual  production of
SO,     fei t    the    profit   would lie
I   It li anticipated that, in due
tput   of   the   company
eased  to show an   an-
■ '    il   £184,981,
At, tors    "f    the        "in
pan> . "lnlon   board  an*  l^.r.l
a ii :u   and   f   C
'   t   last      tWO   heme        well
know • lh Clol .mtiin       i m  the
in   ■ Stewart
formerly  Dominion superintends!
" tan i.   Alexander     Mc
lim* • I   Olobe   Lumber
. • ke   w   EE   ll   l •
*'
if the
June liirbir Revenue
■
*
• >
111 •'.
[lm..
Biq Orange Celebration
Re-built Typewriters tor Sale
\i it	
lllelilllj   nil
ypewriiers
'llll
,ki
it i
I  price
e-huill
These
n, bavi
I-" •
in  the
sale.
un*  in perfect  eonditii
buil!   in  out   own   Wol
expert  workmen
I ior Price  I.isl.
The Oliver Typewriter A
321   Homer Street,
Vain Oliver,  II.  ('.
P. O. liox   1-181.
sl uii'lnt
in.i'-hini
Inii v.
ireui-y,
Corporation of the City of
Uevelstoke
FOR SALE
Cily piopcrty  in at rears  for lax<
up toSlst Il.e'.   WHS.   will   lie sold  n
I'ulilie Auction at the riiy  Hull at '2
o'clock p.in. mi Saturday, August Sltl,
proximo.
BKUOE A. LAWSON,
Jy-20 lm Collector.
WANTED—Good Planer man. Apply
Kernaghan Lumber Co, Ltd.,Salinon
Aria, 11. C
Tf) KKNT—Rooms for light housekeeping.     Apply  Mail Herald.
■ i * * led
Ki
I, Duel     ill   , I **
Inon    IH   ■" ■ >,    SIiihw „p
li*." '   Ifi, ilin.'l,
trm I ""   ' h.<, ,• II  ■*      I- ■ in
 "i "i   nei '■iiihi" n ''      * mi       and
uii'li i    I * nl i I    im .     h.ill       ol
alum) rates.
NOTICE OF ASSIGNMENT
NOTICE is hereby given that pur-
uant to the "Creditors' Trust Deeds
.ii, I'.iul" and amending acts, Doyle
and Allum, I,muted, of the eity of
Kevelstoke in llie province ol Uritish
Columbia, Merchants, did on tho
JTtli  day  ol  June,  A.   1).,   1910,      as
"ii then estate, credits and   ef
a huh   may   he  seized   anil     sold
ui.iii execution t" William B. Hubert
i  mu    nnl City of    Revelstoke,
tgent, Ioi   tbe  benefit of theii    end
ii  m .tu i: ,    bereb)  given thai
■'oo-   -I i be cii -lit it ilie snid
.I".    Miiiiii.   Limited,    will    iiiii.in in the office "i  William 11,  llob
ll eel and  Mi*
Ki-n/ie  \.,*    itevelstoke, B, i!., on
".'    ii'n   .1.,,   "I   Jul).     \.
I).,  i nu, at  tbe h" n  "i .'. i.'i im k iu
tin* afternoon, r,
\il    i'.i "ii     hat ing    nnv    i hums
"      ■   nml   Allum,
I   I"  bu wind par
Ini    "i ti..    ami   duly verified, i"
1   i"l ■ .   II.   I'.,  on
i   t   din   "I   July,   I 11 il.
given Umi
, I.. •■ will pro
to i)i 11 ibuti   t In   iu oceed       ol
ag regard only t,,. tin
ball  have received
ii'.tne and in- will not  be rs pon Ibb
for the a   el    ot nny pai i then ol   o
i" any i"*i ion oi      pat
■ del     i"     I.nil  nut then
have rerelved npi
j     Dat«d       lie    Itevelstoke.   II.   ('.,      this
Ind duly, nm
Harvey.   Mii'nrl'i   .v   Pinkham,
BollCltOH   f"l     V     ll-liee
Kishlng tucklc at Uoiirnc Broe.
After Supper Sale
No. 27
We are ready again with anothei' lot of money-
saving opportunities for our Saturday night friends.
Every one is a genuine bargain, and it is no wonder
that they disappear so rapidly. Some of the best snaps
are not advertised, as in many cases the quantities
are too small, 1ml you vvill lind lots of them through
the store.   Come early and see them.
WHITE UNDERWEAR
We are going to Rive you an opportunity to lay in
a Stock of the nicest Underwear ever shown in the
city al prices you cannol duplicate anywhere. Ni^ht
Dresses, Corset ('overs, Drawers, Skirts antl Combination Drawers and Corset Covers, made of the finest
Nainsook, with the daintiest of laces and embroideries. You can buy these finely made goods at Our
After Supper Sale, one-third off.
D,  & A. CORSETS
About 50 pairs nf these celebrated corsets, not all
sizes in any one line hut all sizes in some lines. Reg.
prices $1.(10 to $3.50.   Alter Supper Price—Half Price
LINEN COAT SUITS
White, tan and blue, till this Spring styles, lieg.
Price $7.50 to $12 After Supper Sale Price Half
PRICE.
FANCY DRAPERY SILKS
About 75 yards of Fancy Japanese Silks, pretty
patterns, andgcod washirg. Stme would make pretty
kimonas, *o2 incnes wide. After Supper Sale Price
only 45c. per yard.
EMBROIDERIES
Another opportunity to get some of these under-
priced embroideries, edgings and insertions. Regular
values 20c. antl EOc per yard. After Supper Sale Price
10c. and 15c. per yard.
$2.O0 SHOES
We have added a lot of "Empress" and "Vassar"
shoes, slippers antl pumps to our bargain counter, All
sizes from 2 1-2 to 7. All prices from $3 to •1-1.5(1, but
now all going at $2.0(1.
(let in soon after 7 o'clock, when the sale begins,
lasting till closing time.
atn^Qmian.
FO  K OOOD GOOOS.
",
WHEN  YOU WANT
Good  Bread
— and you should insist upon gol ting lhe best at all
tiiiH"s--gi't nuts. Our reputation for good bread is not
the result nf chance. Our cuetnmers are wtlsfled tint
■runs is the must satisfactory bread tbey inn liny.
Try it and you will become a regular customer. Our
Groceries aie also in keeping wit it our bread.
G. AV. Bell
P. O. Box 208
GROCER & BAKER
Phone No. 23
fch
Robin Hood"
We guarantee this Flour to glye entire satisfaction.
Try a bag, and if you do not like it we will cheerfully
take it back. Good stock of pastry and rice flour on
hand.    Phone 93.
McIntyre   &  Son
VANCOUVER
EXHIBITION
August 15th to 20th,
ii. lintisli Columbia
in Prizes
.\M> PREMIUMS
■ p. * lull) low rales from all
J " M III     "II  i.iiIh.u I   mul    lio.its.
Kxliiliiln si-nt   as IrelRbl on
i  iim.Imii lines will In* iilui mil
ll..-.
Superb ntlrnctioim in speed-
niui I line Shows, Spec-
i.n ul.ii "1'lnhlliiH the i'lames"
llroni im Muslin^ Competition,
"Wood Chopping i outcst,"
Trotting and Pacing Bvents
and limit Club Rat
Kntrics close August 1st,
Write ("i Prize List and in-
(oiniiitioii lo
JAS   ROY
Mm •." i   onl Sei relni j. Van-
. ..ir 'i Exhibition \* iation
HOUSE FLIES •« ,"'cl"' ;«
' manure and revel
iti filth.    Scientist! have ditcovertd  that thry ; ra
largely responsible for the spread of Tuberculosis,
Typhoid, Diphtheria, Dywnlery, Infantile Distant
of the Bowel*, etc.    Every packet of
WILSON'S
Fly Pads
will kill more flics than 300 sheets
of sticky paper.
AI'ThMuhii.k FOB SALE - 2d h.p.
two seated runabout, only useii ior
two  months,   complete  with    kIiih.s
front,  top,  fas  hem!    lights,    batf-
I'liire  niek.  extra   tvre,   sltiil   rlialns.
Will sacrifice, termH given, atmwer
ii. Orelg, Slcamous, n. 0,
Tn   RUNT—Two    (urnlihed  roomi,
centrally located.     Apidy this vOlc-Si

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