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"Empire" Typewriter
For ease of operation and
perfection in results il is
unsurpassed.    Price $60.
Interior Publishing Co.. Agts.
The ivxail-Herald
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Visiting Cards
A SPECIALTY
Interior PuDlishing Company
PRINTERS  AND PUBLISHERS
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Vol. 16-No. 55
REVELSTOKE. B. C. JULY Hi, 1910
$2.50 Per Year
"Fit for a King"
This is the expression of all
who see our display of
Salad Bowls
We were fortunate in securing a continental traveller's samples of these
Artistic Bowls—no two alike—all beauties and works of art in their decorations, and at prices that any  can   buy
From $ 1 to $4
SPECIAL FOR ONE WEEK
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY
Lawrence Hardware Co., Ltd,
Plumbing and Tinsmithing
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head OHico   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 or Agents at all principal points in|Canadn.
Agents in Great Uritain and United Stotes—London, England,
Lloyds Bank, Limited. Chicago—First National Bank, Corn Exchange National Bank. Seattle—Seattle National Bank, San Francisco—Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank. Spokano—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of $1 and (inward, received, and interest allowed at
current rate from date of deposit.    Correspondence solicited..
Revelstoke Branch   A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
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No>v Is The Time
When you appreciate being able to buy
MEAT. BUTTER ECO AND FISH
where you know they are kept cool and
at tlie right temperature Our meats are
shipped in twice a week in Refrigerator
Cars and our Cold Storage Plant enables
us to turn Ihem over in Prime Condition.
P.    BURNS   <S*   CO.
Limited.
Clearing Sale of Ladies' and Children's
Trimmed Millinery
at Cost Price
Mus.    A. <i .   (RICK
TWO DOORS EAST OF EDISON THEATRI
r —i I ■
BIG BEND TREASURES
Side Lights on the Rich Country
North ot Revelstoke
One of the first vh.it..rs thla season
up the Big Bond waa A. It. Allen,
manager ol the Hunk ol Commerce,
who, in company with 10. A. Bradley,
visited the tatter's mineral property
(in French Croek, In tm interview
Mr. Allen stated thai from Downlo
the trail north wns In n very poor
condition, but tho Provincial government aro ilolnt; considerable Improvement work and putting in lung
stretches ,,< corduroy on the road as
(ni as tho Letter Box. Mr. Allen
was niiicii struck with the scenery
along tho route, and whllo finding
travelling slightly arduous, nevertho-
p08SOJdU!|   A'l|ll.).l^ .H| ii|  *V|U Kll.w   HS.i)
with the possibilities of the country.
Tho govornmont is making rapid
progress with the new wagon road
Irom Laporto north ns far ns Smith
Creek on this shlc ol river and antic!
pnto tho completion ur tho work to-
wards tho latter end ol September .
The new road when completed, will
greatly aid to the facilities tor taking up merchandise, nnd will form n
valuable connecting link between the
lower Columbia nnd the long navig-
able stretch ol river above Death
rapids. From the Letter Box, the
trail to CoM Stream is bad, and is
very much In need of repair, but
work on this section Ims been delayed owing to the prospect of h new
and shorter trail being built.
Mr. Allen, we believe, is the lirst
bunker Irom this city to made the
trip north, and whs much struck
with tlie extent nnd quality ol the
valuable timber ln that region which
is owned both locally and also by
American capitalists. A visit waa
made to McCulloUgt) Creek, one ol
the principle of locui owned mines.
Work here wns not lieing curried on
owing to lack t.f water. The lund
in thie part is exceedingly fertile and
unequalled tor agricultural purposes. The next mine visited was
the placer property on French Creek,
owned Iiy K.A. Bradley, where sternly
work lias been going on. Tbe shaft
is 73 feet deep and good gold values
have been secured, the tunnel now
lieing worked is over 1400 feet long.
The mine presents a busy scene and
the gravel is showing high averages
in gold.
Hilling the ride up the trail several bear were seen, as well as a carif
boo and other game, with which that
district abounds. In tho event of
the new CP.R. route round tho
Big Bend becoming a tangilde fact ,
the line will pass within 14 mites of
this property, and will open up hundreds and thousands of acres of rich
lands, ns yet untaken by settlers.
We understand that the report circulated recently of a now reserve heinc p'atedon lands north ol Carnes
Creek round the Columbin river, Is
unfounded nnd that the land is still
open Ior settlers. The chief drawback
to quick develodment of this north
country is the lack of transportation
when tins hus been remedied nctivity
In lumbering, mining nnd agriculture
will result, which will considerably
tienetlt Revelstoke. The value ol a
CP.R. route through this section of
Revelstoke's adjacent territory will
be of incalculable benefit to -this
city. From n visitors poinl of view-
Mr. Allen expressed keen pleasure in
the trip, while Irom a business
standpoint his statements aro significant and convincing of tho great
wealth thwe lying watting (ol the
advent ol practical means ol utiliz-
It struck'an obstruction unit wus derailed nnd  thrown into n ditch.
An inspection of the truck showed
thnt horseshoes had beonplaced on
the rails nnd dented to the ties with
the very evident intention of wrecking tho train. The track had been doc
tut-ed in the same manner lor a
distance of thirty feet and It look
some lime  to remove the obstruction
The spot chosen by the wreckers
was a roek    cut   Into    which     not
ALPINE NOTES
Attempt Being Made to Climb
Highest Peak of Selkirks
Advlcoa from Banff state that two
putties ol alpinists are at present in
the Selkirks, north of the C. p, It.
track, endoavorlng to make an ascent
enough light penetrated to reveal 'ot Mt. Standford, the highest of the
the danger to tho engineer. llmt it ninny mighty mountains ol the Sel.
not been for the accident to thu en- kirk range, One putty organized by
gine which etinlileil tlie band ear to
ll recede ii on Its wuy the ranks ol
the Orangemen would Iiave been badly depleted today.
Mill Matriculation
Montreal, duly IB, Out ol ovor
live hundred candidates who attempt
ed the examination fo. straight ma
tricuint nm iii Mil lill University, 21-5
passed for entrance to one faculty or
another,
British Columbia BOnl Up nu unusually large number of candidates .
Many of those Irom the west who
have passed will attend University
College in Vancouver, or the branch
in Victoria,  but some of them    will
come Oast     to      McQill.    Those      who
have taken    the     full     examination
with a view  to matriculating     next.
Prof, llolwny, of Minneapolis, ami
consisting of himself and Howard
Palmer and F. But.ets, of Boston,
left, llenverinoiith, under the guidance nf m. Dainard, ol Goldon, ink
Ing canoes down the Columbia to
Cold creek, and striking Into the interior from Hint point.
The other putty, consisting of .1.1'.
h'ol.le,   of   Heilelsloke;     Rov.     A.     M.
lionl,ui, Lothbrldge; P. D. McTavlsh,
Vancouver, nnil Sid linker, of llunll
and Glacier, left 0lacier House, mak
ing the triii to Mt. Standford by
way of lite valleys uiul passes. Both
parties have been out over a week
nml news is expected any day from
one or the other of them'
A second attempt to scale    Mount
Robson,    tlie  highest  peak    in    the
Itoekies   iu   the   Ycllowhend   I'nss,     on
the C. T. I'., will he made litis siim-
scssion, und have failed in part, will   ""''' '»» A- '•• M"""" "l"1 ■'■ '■• Collie
have    another
opportunity to com ■
plete the requirements next  September, before the opening of the college
The following are the     candidates
trom  Itevelstoke and  tlicir marks!
K Iiiii M. Bruce, 67(1; Applied science, Alls rt E. Hyatt; Erlo 0, Courtier, 570; Clins. A I'rocunier, 54(1;
Francis W. Dm iols, 526; Alrx ISIajk-
berg, 517; Fra" k Tapping. "185.
Blow to Lawn Tennis
.Much dissatisfaction is lieing expressed at the action ol the Hospital
liourd  in   ordering  the  Tennis . Club
II the courts on the hospital land,
und    the    reasons    are      apparently
of London, England
Robson is 18,700 feet high und in
the heart of tlie Vellowhead nnd It is
a most dangerous undertaking to attempt to scale the peak, Milium made
the attempt last year but. failed because of tlie lateness of tlie seuson.
Duly one has been successful nud that
a Canudian, Rev. F. Kinny, of British Bolunibia, who reached the summit last year but only after rlsuing
life many times and enduring untold
hardships and  nearly  starding.
Camrose Prosperous
Camrose, July 14.—A heavy rain
fell here Saturday night and several
showers on Sunday. This  guarantees
groundless.       While   recognising   that   enough   moisture   until   alter  harvest.
sooner  or  Inter the club would  have   Many  farmers  have the  best    spring
to  lind  other  quarters,  there    seems
no   reason    why    they should vacate
lhe courts  now.      nml    the       Board
could  very  well  have  let the      Club
remain  till the end of tbe season at
any rate.     It is claimed    that     the
ground      is      wnnted    to    commence
ploughing  on,    but this could    very
well be done late in the fall, as seed
ing time is  over    now.   The     Board
contends that  patients complain     of
the noise  made by tlie players,    but
this is a very lame excuse,    as    the
players  make  no  noise  at  all,   while
the roar and     whistling of     passing 'sing rapidly
trains  is enough  to  upset any  weak
nerved  patients.
while remembering the courtesy of
the Board in allowing the Tennis
Club to use their courts so long, yet
tlie peremptory manner of ordering
them otl at once is a little too se -
vcre, and they might at least he allowed to play their full season out,
as a month or two would not efiect
the ploughing up of tlie land. It is
too late now to start making tennis
courts   on   the   McKenzie   avenue  roc-
wheat  ever  seen   in  the  district  and
the yield will be good.
The straw will he shorter than usual, but it is growing thickly and
is all headed.
Fall wheat lias done well, and
while the hay crop will be less than
the average, oats, barley, etc., will
be at least an average crop.
I All the timbers for the ti.T.P.
bridge across the Battle river are
now hero and the bridge will he finished in about ten days.
The  municipal   hospital  is  progrcs-
Britain Protests
London, July 15.-- Colonel Seely,
under-secretory of state tor the colonies, answering a question by Mr.
Snowden, the well dnown labor member, in the house of commons, in.
ti mated that the moment had come
when the British government, charged as it is with the freedom of British subjects, felt it necessary to make
representations to the Canadian min-
niit of enforcement of the new immi-
Mr. Snowden declared thnt British
reation  grounds,  nnd  if the     Tennis
Club    bave .„ vacate the    hospital  ,Btr» ,™*« tlu' l'.an!sl'i,,s.m^"1I>:
courts,  it will probably die out and
Itevelstoke    will    lose another aggrc-   ■*
gntion of hcnlthv    spurt     enthusias- .
tics which would be „ crying shame,   »«WectS, while In charge of Canadian
Immigration authorities, bad been
Imprisoned in dirty, crowded places,
und herded with objectionable foreign
ers. Colonel Seely nskeil for de-
Vlctorla,   July   10.—All   ollicial   iles-' litiile  instances  of      hardships,      und
patch  from   the  Government of  lint,   promised un  Inquiry.
fight Pictures Legal
inu- the same for tho enrichment   ol
the city and the province ns a whole   sent to  Itev.  Hi. Shearer of To
  secretary of lite Lord's Buy A
Quick Truck Laying
Two und a quarter miles In six
hours and a half ts the record Han
Hemnsev   made  with  hi";  track.laying "' ,""ti""  P»«turM "' prliedghts,
lohni feflrles battle at It'""" being
i-Ui Columbia wus yesterday morning
onto,
I lance
oi Canada, Intimating that the Provincial     governmenl    does   not nnd
tlint   it   possesses authority   to    pro
hlbtt, hs requested,  the     exhibition
the
it. is announced that the secretary
'of state is now considering representations to be made to Canada     on
the whole question.
Telephones Tor Trains
gang on  M lay, and railroad men
suy     thnl   is   going      some    for  this
mountain section, says the Prince
Rupert Optimist ol July Cth, Han
Dempsey is the bend foreman at the
end "f steel on the Grand Trunk Purine. He is tn charge of "tbe I'ion
eer," known to the uninitiated ns a
track-laying machine. In fact Dan
ii nne of the inventors of the machine, it is a wonderful piece ol
mechanism. It Will keep 50 to CO
men busy in trout and ns ninny more
behind spiking down the rails.
All
Miraculors [scape
Ottawa, July i.'i.   Orangemen   who
had been celebrating tlie twelfth   at
Cantley,   que.,   just   escaped   disaster
ai iiii hands of an unknown enemy.
Five hundred of ihem and their
friends   were on tbe Qaelneau train
and had  it  not  been  that  there    was
the case tu  point. |
If,   howeper,   when     such     pieei.iinl
representation is made it should   he
found i 11in>- to any ol the provls
 s oi ihe criminal code of Canada,
the   persons  exhibiting  such   pictures
will be prosecuted criminally.
Vancouver,   July   I5f-   a   special I
meeting ol the police commissioners
was belli yesterday afternoon to consider the question ol prohibiting tbe
iliHillay   of   the   Jellrles Johnson   light,
moving  pictures.
After consulting with the solicitor,
tin* commissioners   < iluded     that
they lind no Jurisdiction to prevent
the exhibition of the light pictures, I
even if thev wished to do so. No I
action will be taken.
Ah  lar as  the civic authorities are i
linnet tied  no ban  will  be  placed    on
ll xhibition  of moving  pictures  In
Victoria  showing  the  recent    world's
trains on the   Lehigh Valley
nre to lie oqufpped  with  telephone ap
pin at us i>y means of which Immodl
ate communication cun be established. This announcement is the result
ol successful experiments with the
apparatus mi lh'" cut* of Mr. J. F.
Maguire,  general   manager.
The device is   un   extension   pole,
similar to a trolley pole on a street
em which enn be hooked over the
telephone wires beside the Hack. In
this  way train  crews will   be able to
communicate with train dispatchers
(rom any point on the loud.
tin the other band, to reach   any
person on a train, the operator     at
till" neulesl Station will he lulormeil,
the   train  stopped  and   the   telephone
oonneoted by means of the pole. The
new apparatus is expected lo be particularly ellective In the handling of
freight trains.
championship   prize    tight   between
"" houri ,,"1"> "' """' S™ lHkt'' ow ijeflries and Johnson.
Ing  to a  piston  toil  of the      engine *
breaking, the train   would i mbnhly
hnvo been  wrecked nt  Kirk's    Kerry,
n  dangWoni  place,      Fortunately    a
hand CM was thus ennbled to    pre- ' olOttd alter to-night  lor  tbe eummcr
| cede the train by about five minutes. | montlil.
To-day will he tbo lust duy lor roller
skating at   the   tink,   which will  ho
Moving Pictures tonight.
Moving Pictures to-night.
Moving Picturoi to-nigbt.
T. F. Sinclair who has the contract
for laying the pipe lino lor the extension ol tin* water tervice ia making
good progrsw over tbe work,
Hardware
STOVES   McClary's, Kootenay, and Sask-Alta
Famous Cook Stoves, Graniteware.
PAINTS   Sherwin-WilliaW   Paints  and  Varnishes and other Best Brands.
HARNESS   Team   and   Single   Sets,    Whips,
and Sweat Pads.
Rope,   Nails,    Fencing,   Builders' Hardware,
Sporting Goods
GROCERIES, FRUITS, VEGETABLES, FLOUR
AND FEED, CROCKERY, GCASSWARE
Try Bourne's Choice, or Special Tea at 40c. and EOc. a lb.
Bourne Bros.
GROCERS
HARDWARE DEALERS
PLUMBERS
Mens and 'Boys" Strabv
and Linen Hats
Half Trice
We are clearing out all our Sun mer Mats at Half
Price. Routes and Negligee Styles in plain and
rustic braids, medium and high crowns with
narrow and wide brim—all must go.
'Boys* Wash   Suits  at
Half Trice
The best little suits that were ever offered for the
money. Every garment well made of good washing material, Calateas. Crash Linen, etc., in all
white, natural and stripes. The styles include
Buster with Sailor Collars, also Sailors.
McRae Mercantile Co.
Limited
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.
FOR WELL
DRESSED MEN
AMD WOMEN
THE PALACE " is the Shoe for well dresaed
ini'ii and women. The brains and skill of Canada's best
workmen have heliied to make it su.
By yeara of careful experimenting by crucial tests
which eliminated every weakness whether of material or
workmanship, we have pretty nearly worked perfection
into the shoe.
And back of all this are the largest and best equipped
factories In Canada guaranteeing Ames-Holden workmanship Ames-Holden quality Ames-Holden service
every lime.
Your Dealer Handles These Shoes
ASK HIM! Page 3
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE B. C
SATURDAY, JULY 16, 1010
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REVELSTOKE. B.   C.
Jntcrior publishing Company?,
Limited
Subscription   Rates
Including postage toJCngland, United Suiton
,|i*50
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ill Canada.
Ur lhc roar [through poatoffloe]
Hall
guarter "
J ifi . RINTINO promptly eiooutod at reanon-
able rate*. ,,    ,       -
TKKMS-i'aoh. BubeortpUo ih payable in ad
Vance.
ADVERTISING   RATES.
Lega notice* lu oentfl per line llrwt liiHertion,
icenu por lino each nutwequont Insertion
M.-.w-iivnieiit- Nonpariol [12 linen make ono
Inchl Store and gouoral Immiuish an-
nounoemeulu I** per luoh per mouth.
Preferred wwitionB, 2-5 per eenU ad-
ili!Kt»l.   Hirili-,   Marrlngon  anil  DualhH,
each Inaortlou,
Laml notieeil 17.8(1 Ali advorliaonioiila
- ihjecl lotho approval of lho management,
V\ ,'* uxl uni ' oudoneod Adverllnenienui—
•\.-rM- Wauled, Help Wanted, Siiuauiiini
., , *.,i -.in im.I.- Vacant, Teaoners
w ,. led M.*. ii.ii.M- Wanted, n> wui-il-i ur
k-- j... each additional lino I" oenta,
Change* in standing mlveiiineuuuiu inum
u- in ij) h i>. in. T ueeday and Friday ol
utcii week lo secure kiukI display.
i'iiI'.iii.-I'u.mikmt: Invited on malt-ore ol
public i rest,   UommuuloaUoua 1*0 Kill-
•„,r im.-' be looompanled ny name ol
wriler, uul necessarily Io publication, Imi
U "vulenceofgu-od lailh. UorrospOUdOUOC
should be brief.
AKVKV, McCAKTKK
ANU PINKHAM,
HAHKIHrHKH, SOLIOITOBB, KTC.
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Ah Hank BUILUlNO ItKVkl
B 1 1 IKK.   II. C.
Uraobrook, h. I'.
Money lo loan.	
Olllces: Itevelstoko, U I
liuu. a. MoCaktkh
*..  M    I'INKUAM* J. A.  llAllVKV,
Kevelstoke, I riiiibri--.il.
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1LL1AM 1. BKIOUS
Barrister
Solicitor, etc.
Bolidlor for:—
IHK CANADIAN  BANK OK UOMMKROE,
Tuk Molsons Bank, Ktc.
FIRST ST.,   •   REVJBL8TOKE. B.U.
II'
OBKUTSMITH
Proviiiciul Land Surveyor,
Aiming Suiveyur
1 Kuglneuiiug
McKknzib Avknuk,
Uox ltxi, RKVKL8TOKK
c. w. o  w
Mountain Viovs Camp, No. 220
■ MeeU Second and  Fourth  WodnoNlays In
MCb mouth, in f,"im Hall.   Visa...   ttoo.1
men cordially  nvlt -d iu aiuiuil.
W   K  UffllUHM*:, (.'on.l'OIH.
JAS. MclNTYltK, Clerk.
CLEARVIEW
We are now offering fur sale lotR in this most attractive
suburb, its clone proximity to the CP.R. Shops abd Ollicos and
its sheltered situation makes it especially desirable to those
home-makers who wish to add gardening to the general attractiveness of their holdings. The snow goes fully two weeks before
any other part of the Town, and being sheltered from wind and
storm, fruit trees tlourish 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 now offer are the beBt value ever offered.
The view of mountain and valley is unsurpassed and a more
charming residential part it would be impossible to lind anywhere in tho City.    The present iB the time to buy.
REVELSTOKE GENERAL AGENCIES, Ltd.
REAL   ESTATE,   LIKE,   FIRE   AND   ACCIDENT   INSURANCE
of liouaen already there. Tho rest .
dents in that vicinity titivu just
cause foi- complaint ami have no en
couragoment i*> beautify or Improve
their property. In the interests *»f
the city the shed should bo erected
somewhere where it will not cause
annoyance and bu a blot on Lhe surrounding!).
Kootenay Lodgo, No. 15, A  F. A A. M.
'I ho rotflilar innot
iutfd  11" liulil in I In* .
MASONIC      TKM- '
PLK. Oddfellows*
Han. uu thu third
M outlay   in   eaeh
intitilli  nt   3   i- in. ,
Vlsltitig    hroihrmi
ure cordially  wol- I
rums,
J. T. 1'OUAJi k, Mahteb.
('HAS. J   AMAN. Sit UETABD
"SELKIRK LODGE 12. I.O.OF.
MoBtfl »yory Thurs-
in>   eveiiiug   iu   Bul-
Ittrk iiuii hi n ,.'.'i..i-L
Visiting lirctlirin ere
cordially invited lo misml.
L   PBOBYN. N.G.       JAB. MATHIK.SKe.
Cold Range Lodge, K. of P.
No. 26, Revelstoke, B. C.
MKKTS aVJfiftV  WKl>NK-»i>AY,
except I'Uird WttliiUBility ^'
ea-'h tnimth, iu     f    tdilfellti*
Hall    at    8   o'clock!     Vlslliug
Kuigbt*«Hre normally .iiviu-.i.
V   A. McDONALD/;. 0.
Q.  ti    ! K> M   K.  K    of   H. A 8.
T. P.   SMITH, M. uf K
Si
Court 3
Mt. Begbie
3461
M.-ct*- in 1. 0.0. I'. Hull uexl to
Tapping'* Opera House, every second
ami fourth Monday in month.
Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.
('. K.. CLARENCE Hakti:.
Kec.-Sec, II. \\". Edwards
^be flftaiUlberalb
I'HI'/K PIGHTINU.
Uwing to n certain article regarding tlie recent JulniBon-JelTrles prize
light we have been censured Iiy cer.
uuu classes ol the community. We
note tou tlml the Vancouver World,
and the Victoria C-plouist Iiave also
had theii shun- uf abuse ovor the
matter, an.l wo call only Bay     ilml
tbc would  bo  »l  reformers winch
are almost hypocritical in their do.
iiiks, have taken the opportunity to
abuse as and uur coasts contempor-
les ia a manner uncalled [or, The
Vancouver World says
The Victoria Colonist has also
inin accused ol aiding and abetting
prize-lighting; whereupon the editor
remarks.
A correspondent accuses tbe Colonist >>f aiding ainl     abetting     prize
lighting,     nl course we do uol  sup
pose our correspondent to mean that
the Colonist  editorially    did      what
he charges or that  what  it did    ran
in  any   way   be  construed  as    aiding
ami     abetting.      He doubtless rulers
to tho iiui   Umi  the Colonist  print
ii Ha* news ul the lighters previous
to Hn- meeting at  iti ,    ami also a
reasonably full description nt the
light itself. uur correspondent is
nut tin- nuly person to think that, to
publish the news ol a prize fls;ht is
inconsistent with opposition iu sm-h
things; hnl we must remind him and
ihi'iu thai the newspapers undertake
tn give then readers the news nf tin-
day, ami therefore must frequently
publish mutters nf which they do
not approve. \ newspaper, when
it tnki-s u subscription from any per
sun i'in'1'is Into a contract with that
persou ihut it will, as far u> it is
possible, publish nil news of general
Interest. A paper will print the
mr.unit ul a murder, hut no "tie
would say that it is for that reason
iu  favor  uf  killing.      It   will  publish
thf statements •■! it**- political tipi	
flits,  giving  them  evei y   nppi
to lnaki' out   n  k I   ii sltl
it  nun   in  the same issue     represent
that tin  case thus set tort!
objectionable       The  dutj   of  nn  e II
tor  is to Bee that  ins paper    prints
what   its  purchasers  wish    t      read,
and that Buch niati.i   is pres
the least  offensive manner
when it is news "f a    class
ninny  people disapprove
We agree  with this an
the hypocrite where be beh
Legislature is now considering the
question nt compulsory education in
t iji.li- ami construction schools for
their children.
It is the duty of the state not only
in the young people of tho    rising
ge ni mu,     hut    also tu Itself, to
supply facilities tui the youth "t
huth sexes making themselves etlic.
ient factoi'B in the performance of
the world's work, It is in recognition ol this duty that the Domin
Ian government has appointed the
Commission of industrial Training
and Technical Education, tu enquire
in to the needs and present, equipment
of Canada iu this respect, and into
the systems mid methods obtaiulng
in other countries, especially in tho
United States, Groat Britain, France
Germany,
Tho last named country lias been
the pioneer In providing highly or
ganlzed Bchools of technical Instruction; in education of this character
is to be fiihiul the explanation ol
that country's progress, despite its
link uf Bdperlor natural advantage .
Properly organized Industrial train
ini; ami technical education can right
ly lie said to be a must important
form of national conseruatlon of ro
BourceB.
Although mu local high school
does very excellent work, yet the
children require u curriculum ol sub-
ji-i-ts which will be mure practical,
and of more leal use for their later
liie ami make them able to go out
Into tbe world and earn their own
living and anl in the great wink of
he development of the Dominion
umi Nation.
... ..... .
■CQNi2N:khi«sii
SATURDAY, JULY Hi, 1910
Lord   Mili.i-r   Bays  that  the  British
Empire   i.as   nearly   reached  tbe  limit
it  expai   ion und that its duty now
: ^anuatiun.
TECHNICAL  l'-l" •   ITION
Every day can  hi
the necessity for technical education
of children who hnve passed tiie age
of public and hurti   schoi       and who
are ilriftniL- almlesslj   * I
themselves  Ioi    isef il
special committee,  says      the
peg Free    Press,    * I * he
Re-built Typewriters for Sale
\i iiuin.n .1*. reduced prices, \m- are
olleriug all iu,,l,.** ..i re-built standard
yiwwritera i..r sale. I Bese inaeliinen
nre iu j'.-ii'-.i ,,.min*,,,n, h.i*.,- I-.-,-,, i,.
Iiuill in .un* ow*n workshop, by tin*
iii.i-l .-\|i,-it workmen in tin* eity.
Semi i.'i   i'ii*,*  List.
I'lu* nli\i*i   I j |icw , itei    Igeni y,
!I*JI  11 oiner Street,
\ uiu Oliver,  I)   •'.
P. 0. Bui  lisl.
WATER NOTICE
Nmn I*: is llBHKDY OlVKN that an
upplii'iitimi will be made under Part
V, ol' the "Water Act, 1000," to obtuln
a licence In the Kevelstoke Division of
West Kuuli'iiuy District.
in) Tin' nnii.e, address nnd occupation of lbe applicant. The Corporation
of the Oity ul Revelstoke, a municipal
corporation under I ha laws of lii'it.i.-li
Columbia,
(If for mining purposes) Free Miner's
Cert ideate No.
(ti) The name of the lake, stream or
source (if unnamed, the description isl
A stream flowing off Mount Revelstoke in a valley in a southerly
direction anil emptying into the lllecillewaet river, ii point about half a
mile west of Greely Creek Bridge,
(c) The point uf diversion — —at a
poinl about 2300 feet above sea level on
said Btreain,
(d) Tlie quantity nf water applied
for (in oublc feet per serand) ten cubic
feet per Becoinl.
te) The character of the proposed
works-ill and Ili Inch pipe line lu
connect wiib Bridge Creek,
ifi Tbe prumlsoBon which the water
is In lm used (describe mini1). The
Corporation of the (.'Ity nf lievelstoke
Itf) The purposes for which tbe wad r
is in be used. General municipal purposes,
lb) li I'm* irrigation describe lbe laml
intended lo ho irrigated, giving acreage.
li) If the will ei- is to be used for
puller or mining purposes, describe
llle place where the wuler Is to bu re
tut in d to some natural chanuc', and
the difference in altll nile tic In
point of diversion and point of return.
i.ji Area uf Crown land inl ended to
heoccupiitl Iiy ibe proposed  works
about Y2 acres.
(ki This notice was posted  on  lhe
121 li day of July, llllll.
and application   will   lie   made  Iii   tbc
t'uiiiinissinnei* on    the    15th   day   of
Aiigii8l,[l01li.
I') Give the na ine and address of any
riparian proprietors or lit:, mees who
or whose lands nre likely io he affected
by the proposed works, either above
or below the out b'l.
I. I Inner, !•'. Marino, .1. 15, Smith,
\V. Crawford, balance Government
laml.
(q) The boundaries nnd area of tlie
municipality nre as billows;
All thai piece and parcel of laml
*<ilmile, lying, ami being in Ivooleiiuy
dislilcl, in the Province uf lliilisli
Columbia, bounded as follows.
Commencing nt a point where lbe
-milli.*ily lilllli uf lbe I'aluuli in I'.i
cille Railway llghl-of way Intersects
I lie Columbia rivei; thence following
the left bank of ibe Columbia river
down stream to tbe point where the
easterly limil of Kurd street Intersects
llic Columbia river; ib-nce northerly
ailing lbe east side of Ford street lo
llie centre of Third street; I hence easterly along ibe centre line of Third
street to its intersect inn willi lbe west
line of Rnkeby avenue; lhence southerly along lbe west line of It il.t by
avenue    to   ils  intersect ion   witli   the
northerly limit of Fourth sheet;
ibeiice along the nor!her])' limit of
Foui Hi street lo the easterly limit, of
Hoy le avenue; thence southerly along
the easterly limit of Boyle avenue to
its Intersection With Sixth sheet;
thence easterly iiliuig the northerly
limit of Sixth street to Its intersection
witli lhe westerly limit of Coniiauglit
iveiiuc: thence I Oil lierly along the
western side of Ci itnaught avenue to
Ms Intersect Ion with the northerly
limit of Kighl shcei;  Hence eaMerly
ilulii; the    Ibelly  limit   of Kight
shei'i   to   the   westerly  limit  of the
rig hi ol' way of iln- Arrowhead brand
nf ilie    l anadian    Paeill
I bem e   llie   same   course   for    seven
Certificate of Improvements
NOTICE
Surprise, Welch and Adeliua (fractional) Mineral Claim, situate in the
Trout Lake Mining Division of Wesl
Kootenay District*
Where Incut eil: On Surprise Creek,
North fork nf Lardo river.
TAKE NOTICK that I, O. B. N.
Wllkle, acting as agent for William
A. Foote, Free .Miner's Cert I flea te
Number II l.'illHI and David Morgan,
F.M.O., Numlier B04060, inlend, sixty
days I'liiin date hereof, tn applv to tlie
Mining Kci'iiriler for a Oertiflcate of
Improvements, for the purpose of
obtaining a Crown Grant or the above
claim.
And further take not ice that action,
under Section .17, must be commenced
before the issuance of such Oertiflcate
of Improvements.
Dated this 23rd day of .lune, A. D.,
1010,
O, B, N. Wii.kih,
Trom Lake, 11. 0,
THE    MOLSONS    BANK
INCORPORATED 1855
Capital Paid Up $3,500,000
Rest Fund • -    $3,500,000
Tu TIIE SlIAlilCIIOI.DKllS UK Till*:
I'll I Nil.; Minimi ami DEVELOP-
MKNTCOMI'ANY, [limited Liability.
Nolice is hereby given I bai llie
Annual Meeting oi the Shareholders
of ilie l'i imi* Alining .inii Development
Company, Limited Liability, will be
belli at the Company's olllces mi Mac-
Ken/.ie Avenue. Kevelstoke, II. ('.. on
Wednesday lhe Twentieth day of July
A.II., 1010, al lhe hour of eight o'clock
in the aflei-itunn, I'ui- Ibe purpose nl
electing officers for the ensuing year,
and fur olliei purposes relating In the
management ofthe Company,
Tlie Transfer Book of (lie Company
will I Iiiscil i!iiring|ilic fourteen days
immediately preceding'ibe meeting.
Dated al Uevelstoke, B.O., Ihis20lh
dav uf .lune, mill.
\V.  I*  Itllliuis,       \V.  II. IdlllKKTSUN,
President, Secretary
Mrs Hermann NcKinney
TEACHER OF VOICE AND PIANO
Mason's  Touch  and   Technique
Special attention  paid  to beginners and backward pupils,
TlvKMS MODERATE
SECOND STREET
Near Drill Hall
Has 65 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in all the Principal Cities of the World.
A OENERAL BANKINQ BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS    BANK   DEPARTMENT
At all Branohes.    Interest allowed at highest current rate.
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager.
NOTICE
N'otice Is hereby given that ut    the
ol the Board     "f     Licensing
mmissioners Ior the City -•( Revel
stnke. t.i he held next Hft.-r the pub-
ication ol this notice for a lien...! ..(
t^n t \ daj     r Mi.-*! win ai'
ply to tlie shi.I Huai-'l  I
Iei  '     \    r    Le ••- , te     ami
Thomas  Wai I
retail  I eld by me
■   Revel
>t"k*»  k •■  fiji'in   Hotel.
-
■VUGHTON
Till-:   Ul'VMl.STllKIi
NEW   AND
Second Hand Store
We Buy, Sell ur Exchange
all kinds ul Household
Goods.
HIGHEST CASH PRICES   PAID
FOR MEN'S CAST-OFF
CLOTHI.G
Bush Fire Permits
J.   K.   Ml'I.IiAN,
Divisional Warden,
Settlers mi Dominion Lands can get
j-tnilwavi pr'uuhs at the Provincial Police ollice.
Revelstoke, or any ofthe Provincial Fire
hundred (7(X>) feel to the easterly limit Wardens, provided thev comply with
,,I llie ptupucd tnwnsite; thence at»sections S al„i 6 oi Ohapter 84, Bush
ni;lii angles with Eighth sheet to a
point eight hundred feel (800) north of Fires Act
lhe northerly limit of tne Canadian
Pacific Railway main line right-of-way
ihence in a westerly direction ami
parallel to the Canadian Pacific Railway right-of-way to die Ivink of lho
Columbia liver; ilu nee down Hlieuiu
in ilie point uf liegiiiiiing, and containing live hundred and ninety-five (583)
lores more oi less.
[i   Approximately   the   number of
inhabit mts i- 4,600.
rhe place of the piopored reset'-
voii    for sti.iing- the    presenl   city
■ ur.
■   The means by  which  it ia proposed to -'ure the water—Tank.
persoi   holding
■   <h11 ear
ly and receive  *'«'  same call I    fur.
ur tiavo thpm extended   as  th
■
Tapping
* toria
naught.
i ORPORATION OFTHE CITY
OF REVELSTOKE,
HHIi E A. LAWSON,
hn Oity Clerk.
ol keys, finder please re
*      ft    \ ...tli    YMCA
WANTED  'io.nl    Planer   man    Apply
n [.umber Co, Ltd.,Salmon
Arm, B. C.
We would strongly     advise      that
ever)  citizen, man oi  woman, should
make  themselves   Ian.ilim   with    the
iti a ol  the  fire alarm
eltj ar.d the wa..   I the  box
■ii- to   end ai, alai m     tn
■ , mei gem ..  the . ibllc     can
■  always depend    upon    thi    tele
lihi'De to turn  the alaim .
•  .   excbai -■    iperatoi   ha
n th    t beinj    ■ died upon    to
.   in  fire alarms  lot  othei   , •
ami delay is naturally the result!  If
the 1*-Mn   were t" lamiliariu them
•:   the working "f the .
boxes,  there  would  be lesa confusion
when a lire  hreaks uut.
The city council  would do well    to
Into   the     matter ol keeping
k  on  the  numlier ol Hhncks    and
little wim.'I  buildings  that  are  daily
p all ovet the city unij
to be   isi l Ior a Bhoi t  while,    There
are mat.;.      !  •  rnble down     shacks
that are an eyesore to the town ami
Id tn* destroyed      While un this
mdetna the acl
ol the city council in erecting the
.   and   ungainly   tool  -t>''d  un  8rd
i    in   ilu   cornet   ol   lluyle     Ave.
This structure,  besides lining unslght
ly lb detrimental  to the    residential
property in that  vicinity, and      detracts both it "in 'lu* value ol     the
jand as well as from the appearance
This Here Soap
Is Good
, ■• like
that   napthy
\mell
Smells bwi : 'i -"I I*
lies' friend to nun.
WHITE SWAN SOAP
Yours Soapily,
ANN  NONYMOUS.
CEMENT  BLOCK
Mauafiiotarad for all cia»&*i of  bnildlngi
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE CLAY AND FIRE  BRICKS
for'itla tn lar^a or small qaantittM
I at tha lnw«.it prices for cash.
411 iin.1-„ul building and:plnitering
und art a van.
Foote & Pradolini.
REVELSTOKE
E.   G.   BURRIDGE
Tinsmithing, Repairs,   Hot  Air
Pipe and  Furnace Work
-WORK   8HOP-
Oonnaught Ave.   -   Revelstoke
Wood and Coal
For Sale
Life    Accident and   Kire
Insurance.
i ilv nml Suburban LotPi
Residences,
I'iiII particulars upon aji-
plicatlon,
W. B. Robertson
I'llONK 73
Photographs!       Photographs!
F?OSS STUDIO
Tapping Block
(lor, ' 'onnaugnl and Victoria
(Upstairs)
Cabinets.      $4.50 Per Dozen
Cabinets.  - $2.50 Half Dozen
Wn art offering iir i (Li.  photograptii
nl «Ihit« [iri'-fl- Tiir OQfl WHM imly, t)  m,\
r«In*'-* f*> uiISi 'i if you Inland hnvjng
vnu r pfaototfrnph tuk an. tinw I ■ id'-, time
Wn gunritnt.nfl •fiti-.rnrtinii Hii-I ii rl ij ta
Bttialo will eonTinos run that tb
urnmin* ntlnr, so plan«a wnkt* «i>[K)itit-
mniit |tfl| and Kit tharn hnforn thi-
olfarfllMai Kamamhar! /IimiH for una
waek.   A'l'lradi" || abovj.
Cummings Transfer Co. Ltd.
Freight and Parcels Promptly [ Delivered
Baggage Transferred
Furniture and Piano Moving a Specialty
Leave Orders at Steam Laundry Office
OFFICE:    SECOND STREET        REVELSTOKE. B. C.
JI
Clearing Sale of Boys' Suits
FROM FIVE TO FOURTEEN YEARS
4 fuits, Size 22 $3.50 to $4 50 for $2 and $2.50
6 Suits, Size 23 4 00 to   4.75 for   2 and   2.50
4 Suits, Size 24 4.00 to   5.00 for   2 and   2.50
2 Suits, Size 25 3.50 to   5.00 for   2 and   2.50
■ Suits, Size 26 3 50 to   4.00 for   2 and   2.50
2 Suits, Size 27 3.50              for    2
t 2 3-piccc Suits, 2} to 3$, $5 and $6 for $2.75 & $3.50
MeKinnon & Sutherland
FIT-REFORM CLOTHING
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000     Reserve, $6,000,000
DRAFTS ON   FOREIGN   COUNTRIES
Arroiifci-inents hnvo
of thu Btink
recently been completed under which the branchai
are able to Issue Drafts on the principal poinl*
In Uva following countries:
AastrUt-Hunfarjr
Belgium
Brazil
Bulgaria
Ceylon
China
Crete
Deo mark
Egypt.
Faroe Inlan-ii
Finland Ireland
Formosa Italy
France Japan
Fr'ch Cochin-China   Java
Germany Manchuria
Great Britata
Greece
Holland
IcetaoJ
India
Mexico
Norway
Persia
Phillipine Islands
Roumania
Russia
Servia
Siam
South Africa
Straits Settl
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
West Indie*
and elsewhere
fn
HO   DEL*'   |H   ISSUINC.
7ULL   PARTICULAR*   ON   APPLICATION
.REVSLSTOKE    BRANCH—A.    H.    ALLEN.    MQR.
You   Like   Music
Here is Your Opportunity I
Kdison's Phonographs and Records,Graphophones,
Accordions, Banjos, Guitars, Flutes, Piccolos,
Violins, Fittings of all kinds of finest quality.
Sole AKents 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 oh am, Mon.
Doors, Windows, Mouldings,
Turnings, Etc.
Write for Prices to
Revelstoke Sash & Door Go. Ltd
REVELSTOKE, B C. SATURDAY, Jl'LY 1(1, 11)10
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Tag* S
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged nml Impiovetl.    First-Class in every respect.    All modern lonveniencei
Large Sample Kounis,
Rates, $2.00 per day        Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIM1TKD.
Import direct from country ot origin.
WHOLESALE     DEALERS     ONLY.
REVELSTOKE    IB.  O.
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably   furnished   with  the  choicest the
market affords.     liest Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
J.    ALBEET     ST03STH3      PEOP.
look:     look     and     read:
Actual comparison of Eastern Catalogue prices, freight added, with
HOWSON'S     PRICES
Howson's Price delivered
70c.
" "   $9.60
"     14.40
1.20
"     13.00
"    14.00
" "     5.20
" "     7.20
"    4.00
"     7.20
"    I6.5Q
We make our profit by shipping in enr Itmil lots, thereby saving freight rates. Bring
catalogue giving description nf other gnnilH not specified in this list to our store and we
will prove our statements.    Remember wo deliver goods and set up free from breakage.
R.   HOWSON   &   CO.    -    REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Winnipeg price
Weight
Freight
Total
Kitchen Chairs
50c.
101b.
23c.
73c.
Kitchen Cabinet
$6.75
1501b.
$3.53
$10.72
Dining Table
10.55
1651b.
3.87
14.42
Dining Chairs
88c.
121b.
28c.
1.16
Dresser and Stand
8.95
1501b.
3.52
12.47
ii       .»       ii
1.25
1601b.
3.76
15.01
Bed
3.55
601b.
1.41
4.96
Bed
5.33
681b.
1.59
6.94
Dominion Spring
2.40
601b.
1.41
3.81
Child's Cot
5.10
751b.
1.76
6.86
Ostermore Mattress
15.00
Thinning Fruit
fc %%%**>%*%*%*%'%'*%%'»%%%*%'%*'%%'%%*%'•
A. F. MASON
PRACTICAL GARDENER
Jobbiug promptly attended to. Agent (or all kinds of
Trees, Plants, Uullis, etc. Lawns and Gardens taken care
of Ior the Summer. Terms reasonable. Twenty years
experience.
Residence with F. G. Frisby.    Phone 80
SPRING IS HERE
flow is tbc tunc of Jicav fot Seed flMantina
jBcautifv Bout ©ar&ena
A   largo assortment pf Fresh Garden and Field Seeds, including
STEEL   BRIGGS—FERRY'S—MAY'S-   McKENZIE'S
ANU BURPEE'S,   Fine Lawn Grass, Clover, Timothy, Alfalfa
The Paget Supply Co'y-
E. W. B. PAGET
J. WIL8QN
rait 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
and $300 Per 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.
^
REVELSTOKE,   B. C.
Corporation of the City of
Revelstoke
FOR SALE
Oity property In arrears for tuxes
up In Hist Dei:.. 1UU8, will lie Bold at
Puhlio Auction at the Oily Hall nt '_'
o'clock p.m. un Saturday, August LWth
proximo,
BRUOR A. LAWSON,
.ly 2ii lm Collector.
Horses for Sale
One Heavy Stallion.
One heavy Young lleltling.
One Young Bay driving ami riding Geldiog.
One Bay driving and riding Mare
wiih cult.
Can be seen at the Mill, at Hig
Eddy.
Revelstoke Sawmill Co.
J
THE GREAT
FURNITURE AND
FLOOR  FINISH.
DURABLE, SANITARY
EASILY APPLIED
For Sale by Lawrence Hardware Co., Revelstoke, B.C.
Ice Cream ■* Soft Drinks
All Kinds Furnished during
the Summer Season
Cowie's Restaurant
OPEN   TILL   MlDNUiir
Certificate of Improvements
NOTICE.
"■ Harry" mineral claim, situate in the
Trout Lake Mining Division ol West
Kootenay District.
Where located J—On Poplar Creek,
near Poplar Townsite.
TAKB NOTICE that I, A.R. Heyland,
Free Miner's Certificate No. 11. 25405,
intend, sixty ilays irom date hereof, to
apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose
ul obtaining a Crown Grant of tlie above
claim.
And further take notii-e that action,
under Section 37, must be commenced
hefore tlie issuance of such Certificate of
Improvements.
Dated this 15th dav of April, A. D.,
1911.
A. R. HBYLAND.
.   NOTICK
Revelstoke Land District.
District ot West Kootenay.
Take notice that I, Julia A. Simpson, uf Arrowhead, occupation iniii-
lied ivuiiiiiii, iiiieiiil lo upply for permission in purchase tho following
di'Miilii'd hinds :
Commencing ut a post planted at
the soulh-enst corner of Lot KtttXI.
ihi'iiri* wusl in chains, thence south 7
chains   mine   or   less   to   hike shore,
thence  along  lako shore to point uf
commencement.
Haled .Iiiiii* .".Ml. 1010,
Iv 2 00»1 JULIA A. SIMPSON.
Dominion  Lands
Railway Belt of British Columbia
The date fui- tlie coming into force
of the new regulations lias lieen
changed,   A new date will he sel later.
Until further notice no entries to be
granted in the New Westminster district and east of Range IS, west of
sixth meridian Inclusive,
I». (i. KKVKS,
Secretary.
(It lawn,.1 un.* JI, 1010.
Farm For Sale
« Will) TO BELI/-Fartn ol 148
acres, iiim location, close lo railway
and sohool. Good road, well watered,
in  M*i'*      good     l>ittvr.ti     land.      The
good fruit land.    Apply to F. Baynos
Malakwa, H.  C. t.o.
Union Hotel
RESTAURANT
Under New Management
WHITE HELP ONLY
Stewart Macdonald
Proprietor
SIGNS
All kinds
Reasonahle Prices
Painting and
Paper Hanging
Satisfaction Guaranteed
R. Z. CRAWFORD
Cor. Third St. and Robuon Avenue
Palace Restaurant
McKenzie  Avenue
Fruit, Candies, Cigars/Tobacco.
MealB 35 cents.
A. H. Sing, Proprietor
H. B. STONEX
Practical..
Machinist
Repairs of all  kitnl-i  neatly  carried  oo
Bicycle and Gun work a specialty
Ivifiiiiiiii'H given on any cIiihh
of work.
Front     Street.
To Trappers
Raw Furs Bought
Cash Prices Paid
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Purs
UNION HOTEL
AltltOWHKAI), 11. 0.
Special Attention Riven to commercial
nu'ii and tourists. First-class sample
rooms, finest scenery in British Colombia, overlooking Upper Arrow Lake.
W. J. Lightburne, .Prop
NOTICE
Our logs are stamped
on the end "E" and all
persons are warned
against taking them or
the driving of nails or
spikes therein. Do not
touch our logs.
Revelstoke Sawmill Co., Ltd.
Corporation of the City of
Revelstoke
PUBLIC NOTICE
COURT OF REVISION
Assessment   1910
I'UBLIC NOTICK is hereby
given that the Court of Revision
ofthe Assessment of 1910 will be
held in the City Hall, Revelstoke,
B.C., on Wednesday, Aug. 3rd.,
1910, at 7 o'clock, p.m.
Bruce A. Lawson,
City Clerk
NOTICE OF ASSIGNMENT
NOTICE is bereby given that pur-
uiiiiL to tlie "Creditors' Trust Heeds
•ct, 1901" uiul amending ucts, lloyle
ami Allum, Limited, ol the city ol
Revelstoke in tbu province ol British
Columbia, Merchants, did on the
27th day of June, A. II., 1910, as-
sign all their estate, credits ami effects which may be seized and sold
under execution to William II. Hubert
sou of the said City ol Uevelstoke,
Agent, for tbe benelit of their creditors;
AND NOTICE is hereby given that
a meetiug of the creditors of the said
Doyle and Allum, Limited, will be
held in the otlice ol William D. Robertson, corner Second Street and McKenzie Avenue, Kevelstoke, B. O., on
Saturday, the llitb day of July, A.
D., 1910, at tbe hour of 'i o'clock in
the afternoon,
All persons having any claims
against tbe Baid Doyle aud Allum,
Limited, are required to forward par
ticulars ol the same duly veritied, to
the assignee at Revelstoke, 13. C, on
or before the 31st day of July, 1910.
AND NOTICE is hereby given that
after that date, the assignee will pro
ceed to distribute the proceeds ol
the estate having regard only to tha
claimB which he shall have received
notice aud he will not be responsible
Ior the assets or any part thereof so
distributed to any person or per -
sons of whose debt he shall not then
bave rereived notice.
Dated ae Revelstoke, B. C, this
2nd July, 1910.
Harvey,  MeCarter  &  IMnkbam,
Solicitors for Assignee.
It is the production of seed which
slip*- the vitality Irom the Iruit tree.
l'onsei|uently if trees are allowed to
overbear, exhaustion ensues, and a
yeas is needed to recuperate. This is
tbe reason why most trees only bear
every other year. If, however, thinning is performed judiciously, the
tree, freed from the labor of so mush
seed production turns its attention
lo perfecting the fruit left on it;
hence there is a large percentage of
No. 1 fruit and fewer culls. Then too
if fruits touch one another on the
tree tbe spray cannot find acress and
as at the point of contact the skin is
thinner insects which feed on the
fruit find easy access, generally spoil
ing bath the fruits where they touch.
The above are some of the reasons
for thinning fruit as given In the
July issue, by tbe British Columbia
correspondent of the Canadian Horticulturist a monthly fruit, magazine,
published at Peterboro, (int. As a
guide when thinning Iruit, this cor-
respondent gives the rule that it
should be thinned so that when matured no two Iruits shall touch one
another. Intelligent. Cspraying and
pruning are also essentiui to the pro
dliction  of  the  best fruit.
Railway Time Table
I he following ii tlie new summer
timetable of the C. V. U., showing
times ol arrival and departure of
train at Itavelatoke.
WESTBOUND
No. 1 arrives G;05, departs ti.2o a.m.
No. D7 arrives 3:11*5 departs X45 p.m.
Nol 5 arrives 4:65, departs -ri:15 p.m.
EASTBOUND
No. 2 arrives  1:1:35  midnight,      departs  12:45 midnight.
Nu. 1)6 arrive* 11:30 a. in., departs
11:50 u. ui.
No. ti arrives f):'2l} a. ui., departs
9:40   a. m.
AKBOWHEAD BRANCH
Leaves  lievelstoke 0:35    a.  tu.,    tfr-
ives UeVolstolte 4:30 p. m.
Mails Close
The mails close at Revelstoke as
lollows:
For easteru points—9 a, m.      and
p. m.
For western points—1:25 p. m, and
7:45 p. m.
For southern points—9 a. m.
City mail boxes are cleared week
days at 7:45 a.m. and 3:15 p. m.,
and  Sundays at 3:15  p.  m.
TO RENT—Rooms Ior light      housekeeping.     Apply Mail Herald.
TO    RENT—Two     furnished   rooms,
centrally located.     Apply this office.
WANTED  —  Fourth  Class  Engineer,
Revelstoke  Sawmill  Company,  Big
Eddy, B. C,
Baseball Schedule
The following is the baseball scbed*
uie for  the   V.M.C.A.   league for this
season:
Friday    "    15—Corleys v Bus. Men.
Tuesday "    19— Beavers v  Intermeds.
Friday    "   22   Heavers v Corlevs.
Tuesday "    'Al   Bun. Men v Intermed,
Friday    "   2U—Corleys v Intermeds.
Tues. Aii(i.   3—Beavers v Bus. Men.
Friday    "     "i   Corleys v Bus. Men.
Tuesday "     0   Beavers V Intermeds.
INTKHMK1IIATK   BCHSDUUi
•'    July (i -Hlgb Bohool v J.B.C.
" 18- Public Bohool v J.B.C.
" au -Public v High School.
" -/i-HiRh School v J.B.C.
"   Auk- 8 -Public School v J.B.O.
•• io-Public v Bigh School.
" 17- Blah School v J.B.C.
Movin-c Picture* lo-nieht.
The Damper Lever of a
MAGNET
Wood Furnace
is where it ought to be—at the front, readily reached without
groping in the dark or taking unnecessary steps. A turn of
the lever instantly changes the draft so the fire is quickened
or checked, at will. Turned on, McClary's Magnet Wood
Furnace produces the strongest heat in a few minutes; and
the nickelled steel tubes radiate this heat for hours after
the draft is shut off. Because of this stored heat McClary's
Magnet Wood Furnace is economical and a continuous roaring tire is unnecessary. The heat that goes up the smoke pipe
of ordinary wood furnaces, goes into the register pipes of the
Magnet. Like the position of the damper, the Magnet Wood
Furnace is right all through. Right in principle, right in construction; right in materials. See the Magnet at the McClary
agent's in the nearest town. Write to nearest McClary branch
for booklet, giving a detailed description. Free, postpaid.
McClary&
London, Toronto, Montrtsl, Winnipsj, Vanoouvsr, St. John, Hamilton, CslgsryT
For Sale by Bourne Bros., Revelstoke Tsje 1
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE B C-
SATURDAY, JULY Iti, 11)10
Others follow. A few lots still left in
the Grand Trunk Pacific Addition. Revelstoke purchasers of lots there who
have visited their property within the
past  two  weeks, were   amazed  at  the
lim
Coal made Lethbridge, Railways made
Saskatoon—CAMROSE HAS BOTH, as
well as Wholesalers and Manufacturers
establishing places of business in order
that they may share in the  prosperity
progress and development which  is evi-      which is bound to come to a city situated
dent on every hand, and are more than
satisfied with their investments. They
confidently predict that Camrose will be
as Camrose is, with seven lines of railways tapping the richest agricultural district of the great   province of Alberta.
-V.'JV'. .
GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC ADDITION
Lies within Thin. Bloi ks 'if the ('• l ,P. Depot, the < losest in sub-division on the market. Its location is ideal, lying high and dry and
level, in the west end ol the < ity, the best residential section. Lots are 25 • 120 feet, and are being ottered now at $175 tor inside lots
and $200 for conv-is.    rERMS:   One-third Cash, balan ( and 6 months.    Experience teaches that men who made their wealth
trom real estate were those who bought »vtrly.     Buying Now means large pi of its in the near future.      Buy while the 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
mm
Z# SATURDAY, JULY 16, 1910
THE mail-herald revelstoke, b. c.
P.g. 8
The Elevator is in perfect
working order these dayB
Take advantage of it lo
get to the Bargains in the
Drygoods Department.
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.
We are giving our Special
attention to Fresh Fruits.
We can help you if you
are preserving. Call in
and see the assortment.
#
100 New Wash Belts
Fresh, -Crisp, White Linens, beautifully
Embroidered in the new and narrow
widths. A really lovely line and many
patterns to choose from at 35o. and 5()e.
Aids to Pretty Hair Dressing
It is only in novels that the Heriones'
hair comes out into entrancing curls—the
real live woman las her troubles getting
her tresses up in the prevailing styles
without aids. We have curls, braids,
rolls, turbans, etc., beside the accessory
pins, combs, nets, etc.
Wash Goods
We have built that pile of Wash Goods at
10c. higher this week, although we sold
1,000 yards, we have replaced these with
others just as good Plunder, Lawns, Colored Muslins, Linens, Prints, Ginghams,
all in the one pile and all one price,
10 Cents
SUMMER   DRINKS
What will you have to drink ? These
hot days you will appreciate a nice cool
drink and we have just what you want.
Lemonade Powder in 1 lb. Cans, Lime
Juice, Grape Juice, Fruit .Syrup in Lemon, Ginger, Nectar. Kola, Pine Apple,
lllack Currant. Raspberry and Strawberry. Nothing better for those hot
days.
Cet Them at Humes
FRUITS
The Preserving Season is going now to iti
full extent and you can bet your money
that we have what you want. Strawberries, Raspberries, Cherries, Apricots,
and Logan Berries. Get your order in
early as tbe supply is limited. We are
always loaded up with Table Fruits,
• •ranges, LemonF, Bananas, Canteloups
and Pine Apples.  See our display to-day.
FRUIT JARS
The present demand fur Fruit Jars here
made us buy a large i[imntity and we
are therefore able to sell at a price that
will make you think we get our Jars for
nothing. The famous Crown brand is
our mouey-getler. Pints, Quarts and
Half Gallons. The famous Tartan brand
of Rubber Rings in all sizes.
(•ur New Tea and Coffee Department at the back of the store on
the Ground Floor, is proviDg a
convenience. We have a fine
'• Hobart" Klectric Coffee Mill and
can give you genuine steel cut.
ground or pulverized coffee while
you wait.
100 Black Silk Waists
Came our way at a special price and we
pass them on to the consumer at a real
saving.
A Lovely Black Silk Waist at $3 90.
Another more elaborately made Tailored
Black Silk Waist, artistically braided
with Fine Silk Soutache Braid at
$5.75
Smart Dresses
No matter how many Smart Dresses in
her Wardrobe, any woman has roDra for
another when it is as trim and neat as
these pretty house dresses, New American
make, pretty styles, made up in a lovely
washing Percale '(-Sleeves, Dutch and low
neck, and the price complete is only
At $3.50
VEGETABLES
The time for the old vegetables is past
and we are looking forward to getting
all New and Fresh Vegetables. We are
supplied every morning from the Ranche
with Lettuce, Turnips, Beets, Radishes,
and New Potatoes. When you get
Hume's New Vegetables, You Get the
Best.
Get Our Prices
TROUSERS FOR MEN
A line of Worsted Trousers for Men-
regular Summer weight, made light.
Grey Worsted with Fine Stripe, fitted
with Belt Straps ond Buttons inside.
Two hip pockets.   Cool for hot  weather.
Prices :   $4 Per Pair
COOL SHIRTS FOR MEN
Comfortable and (Massy is what they are.
Solid colors and striped effects. All with
collars attached. These collars are all
reversible so that a white collar can be
worn if desired. Prices from fl.26 to
*:t.0O each.
Summer Millinery
The time to buy Summer Millinery is
now. What woman is not ready for
another Hat by now. You can buy them
at real economy prices now. All ours
are just Half Price. Look a', the price
Card yourself and just give the Sales
Poople Ihe
Half Price
30-Dozen Handkerchiefs
Buy your supply of Handkerchiefs now !
We place on the Table on Monday 80"
dczen Ladies' Handkerchiefs, all kinds,
hardly any two alike all at 10c. or three
for 25c.
Summer Vests
You will carry away these Summer
Vests in bunches at the price. All White
Cotton Knit Vests, Low Neck and Short
Sleeves—or no sleeves at all, fine, light
and cool at only
Only 10c.
COOL SHOES
Do they not appeal te you ? Almost
everyone has more or less trouble with
their feet in weather like tbis. Our Canvas and Duck Shoes will help you out of
yourdilliculty.
MEN'S GREY OR BROWN CANVAS
BOOT, leather sole, Kay sewn, light and
comfortable.   Price $2.50 per pair.
MEN'S GREY CANVAS BOOT, leather
sole, Goodyear welted, Blucher cut. Price
f2.75 per pair.
MKN'SGREYOR WHITE CANVAS
OXFORD, leather sole, Goodyear welted,
most comfortable and dressy. Price—
12.75 per pair.
LADIES' WHITE OR BROWN MERCERIZED OXFOKDS, leather sole, turn
Blucher cut. Kuremely good value at
$2.75 per pair.
LADIKS' WHITE Ol! BROWN CANVAS OXFORDS, leather sole, turn,
Blucher cut, dressy and comfortable, at
Sl 76 per pair.
LADIKS' WHITE DUCK OXFORDS—
leather turned Boles, kid lining, nobby
lasts—the most comfortable and dreesy
shoe we have.    Price $d.'2;> per pair.
OHILEREN'S WHITE CANVAS
OXFORDS at 90o. per pair. Misses'
White Canvas Oxfords at 11.3-5 per pair.
WASH TIES
A line of Men's Light Wash, in all colors
Our Special Prices on these     2-6*0 each.
C. B. Hume Sr Co. Limited
DEPARTMENT   STORE
Revelstoke and Arrowhead
MAIL,  TELEPHONE, or SEND
your Orders ' Se&d the children
to the Store ' ('ome yourself, or
have our ('ity Traveller call at
your Home for Orders. No Order
too large or too small for ue to
handle. It pleases us to see that
Customers get the best of attention. Tag'
THE MAIL-HEftALFREVELSTOKE, B C
SATURDAY, J I'LY 16, 1910
JULY CLEARING SALE
  '   ■' ■■ i    \
TRIMMED MILLINERY
Children's Muslin Hats, Wash Huts, Untrimmed Hats, All Summer Flowers, Millinery
Trimmings, nil at lialf-prico. Home Milliners
this is your chance to get what you want at
just ball-price.
WASH SKIRTS AND BLOUSES
ili liable Moods at Sale Prices.     All
duced fur immediate clearance,
and Hlouses.
goods re-
Wash Skirts
WHITE WEAR GARMENTS
i nderskirts,   Night     Ml.wiis
Women's Summer Vests.
and    Drawers.
DRESS MUSLINS
Dainty Dresa Muslins, regular 20o
per yard.    Regular Hie. Sale
l'2Ji
. Bale price
Price 25o.
BARGAINS IN WASH GOODS
15c. beBt Knglish Prints—Sale Price 10c.
18c. and 2Uc. Ginghams—Sale Price 12J cents.
'20c.   Delainettes—Sale  Price 12Jc.  per yard.
WHITE WASH GOODS
Cross Bar Muslin, Stripes and Floral designs,
regular 20c— Sale price 15c. per yard. Other
lines telling at 2oc., 35c, and 50c. per yard.
BOOTS AND SHOES
45 pairs Ladies Tan and lllack Oxfords. This
season's must desirable shapes. Regular lf!l,
now $2 per pair.
100 pairs odds and ends  ol  Ox lords and Slippers, all selling less than wholesale prices.
Men's Heavy Working Shoes nt fl.60 per pair.
Men's   heavy clastic-side   boots,  regular IfII 50,
Belling now at $2.60.
Business Locals
Money to loan on real estate.—11.
N. Coursler.
Ki daks and Hlms Iresh every week
at Macdonald's drug store.
Fur Iron Beds, Mattresses, Pillows,
md Bed Comforts, go to C. Ii. Ilium
.fc Co.
FOR   SALE—Large   Heater,    hei'
lid   Bedroom   set, carpet, etc.,   nt J
I Jarmiehael's, Mackenzie Ave.
Loose Lent Ledgers and Memi
Books of all nizea at Macdonald's drugstore,
See our new patterns of Oilcloth
and Linhleum, 15 pieces to choose
from—C. B Hume & Is
View Cards of Victoria I'ark, beautifully culored, at Macdonald's drug
store.
100 Men's Straw lints, reg if I and if 1 75-
■ach
REID & YOU
Railway Time Table
PS
Synopsis of Canadian Homestead Regulations
/V Uailway Holt iu British Columbia, m»)
bo homeateaded by any pardon who La tho sole
bead of a family,or any mala ovor JS years ol
mo-guartor section of 161
J
Tlie  following  i-
titnetiililu    of  the
limes of arrival
. I'.   It.
nl  dupn
summer
showing
I UIV III
LOCAL UNO
Archbishop O'Neil of New Westminster will preach at the Roman
Citholic Church here tomorrow.
'i'l,e time lor ihe Tax Sale has been
extended for two weekB nnd the sale
will now take place on Saturday,
Sept. 3rd.
Work haB been commenced in the
foundations ol the new llowson block
on McKen/.ie avenue, the large electric
concrete mixer being uBed,
Tbe   Corley   bouse   baseball  team:
fecured two victories  this week.    Ou
Thursday they   defeated   the   Beavirii
5 4, ard lai-n   night the Businessmen
7-6,
PURITY  FLOUR
To those who have not yet given Purity Flour a trial we
would surest you doing so if you wish to procure the best
as we absolutely guarantee every sack. Your money refunded if not just what we represent it to be.
TEA
AND
r
COFFEE
We have a full stock of the leading lines in Teas antl
Coffees and can offer you the best values on the market,
ranging in price front $1 per lb. to 3 lbs. for $1 as a special.
A. HOBSON. BAKER & GROCER
Irani
Nu.
No,
Not
No.
parts
No.
11:50
No.
Dill)
ita
r>
Lalokc.
WlCSTUOl M»
utTtvus 0:05, Jopurti
7 iirrivua :*• -■'> dcpaiti
■> arrives  I 55, tli !'■" I
LSASTUUUM)
2 arrives  12:30 imilu
li!: i.'i Uiiduight.
'.Mi arrives  11 HU  n.   '"•-
u  in.
(J arrives '.'-"    a,  in.,
i. m.
ARUOW11KAU BHANC1I
eaves Uevelstoke U:35 a. i
ea Uovelsloke 4:30 i>. m.
IC [ui
is r.i
ia,
kk«. to tlio iixtiiiitof i
Bores moro nr loss. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Kutry must lio inmlo personally nt the loca
la'id ultico fm' tlio dlatrlot iu which tho html it
■iitnutn: Kntry hy proxy may, huwovpr, bt
nmlfl   on   oortaiu   roiulitions   by   tho   fat hor.
•J other, son, daughter, brother or lister of ati
(titendiag humeri tender.
Tho liomosioader is rot] ui rod to perform the
conditions cminoctnd ihorewith under one nl
tlie fol low big plans :
(1) At least six mouths' rosidouco Upon aud
cultivation of the laud in oacli year fnr throe
years.
(2) If tho rather (nr innthor, iT tho rmlior It-
deceased) of tho  homesteader resides  upon a
farm in tUQ vicinity id tho laml eutered for. the
requirements its tu rosidouco nitty bo satisfied
by such person res Id big with the father or
mother.
i:i| if tho settlor hnH tils permanent residence
upon farming laud owued bj him in tbe vicinity nf his I instead   the requirements as to
residence may be satisfied by residence upon
lhu said Ui d.
Hix months notice in writing should he [riven
to the Commissioner nf Domiuion Lauds ai
Ottawa of Intention to apply fnr patent.
(JoAli. L'oal mining rights may be leasod roi
% poriod nf twenty tmo years at uu annual
rental of II por no re, Not more than 2,661
icro-i shall he leased to one individual ot
COtnpauy, A royalty at thn rate of live cent:
per tou shall be collected on the merchantable
goal mined.
W. W  GORY,
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N It.   Unauthorised publication ol   this ar
vertiseiiinut will not he paid for.
WATER NOTICE
-ippii
tlupiiHi
leparla
Farm For Sale
The i>0' 1 in   lav
miDiter-Montreal
opened till 8 p.m.
our "I tin
game will
at  Smythe
West-
not  I e
a  cigar
holders can  then gel
Your Insurance
Is  one of   the   most   important
in your business
store.   Ticket        	
the results.
A meeting ol directors ol the Rev
eletoke Agricultural S.ciely was hold
lul night aud the I Mowing officers
were elected:—President, A. MoRae;
vice-president, A. .1. McDonell; sec-
treae.. C. M. Field. Committees were
appoiuted to collect Buheoriptious at
u;e ior the Fair and a general mcot-
ing will be held I n Monday night at
B 311 o'clock in the Oity Hall to
arrange for the appointing ol various
working committees and to get the
Fair started. '	
A   serious   hush   lire  broke   out uu  ollicer, will v.sit tli
Thursday   mar    the    Arrow   Lakes or Tuesday to look
(lulena    Bay.  of running the sewage from  the   east
items
LET Kootenay Agencies, Ltd*
Look after this branch of your business
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, LTD.
Successors to Kincaid & Anderson
WANTED
acres,  ni. ,■
jiii'l sel I.
-JO acres    good
good fruit  laml.
Malakwa,  1!.   ('.
I'll  SELL   Farm  nf
oeati    close   lo   rai
Good  load,  well   will
buttgm    hind.
Apply  lo Y.  It,
yego-
.-■l ream,
aeription
in imiii-L;
sl of said
, 20 roda
i-division
■ city
into
Ol]    Monday
the    matter
Lund-cr Co.'s camps at
P.actically the whole of the siason's
cut of logs, the camp buildings,stores,
several log cars and standing timber,
and other tnmgs wire completely
destroyed. Tbe cause ol the Bre was
a spark from the logging locomotive
and owing t.i the e.xtren e
heat and dryness ol the timber the
least spark would cause a cuullagra-
ti n.
ern section ol the city ind
oillewaol river
the     Hie
Gun Club
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
F. B. Lewie, ol Vancouver, was a
visitor to the city this week.
Mr. and Mr-. Hare, oi Darlington,
England, ar. the quests of Mr. and
Mr-. B. H. Atkins.
Miss B indus, ol Chicago, ie visiting
M:--   Andeiv n    ! r a lew day. while
en r iute t i California.
Mr.-  \V.   II.    Pottrufl   and    Master
Ernest I'ottruft, leave next  Wednesday on a visit t-* Vancouver.
Narrow [scape
A switch sel t rthe siding at the
Mundy Lumber Co. spur at 1 -
Valley, was the cause ol tbe derailing
ol No. o passenger train yesterday.
I in engine and baggage ear left the
rails as the switch was struck The
engineer and fireman were precipi-
tated into the creek, but fortunately
sustained no injuries. The switch was
found to be set for the tiding ai -.
ed and it seems as if it was done with
malicious intent.
After about   an   boar's   delay    tie
train resumen her    ut
The following ar
weekly shoot:—
Mac.lonell
Sturdy
I '-vine .
Lawrence
Munn
"arlter
the scotea for the
22
20
19
17
17
Revelstoke Agricultural Society,
Limited,
A general meeting of the members
ot the Society and ul!  others interest
ed in making the Annual F'all Fair, ti
beheld  on   Sept. 6th  and 7th, a sue
cess, will h.i held an   Monday the IH '
da. ol July, lDlOJat   8:30 p m. at th,
City Hall, for the purpose of  appointing   i mr '.!■•■■■  and   making all arrangements.   Subscription lists will lu
circulated   among  the cit/.-na inline
diately, and   all   residents of  illicit)
uul district   are   ttrgid   to give theii
hearty support to the tf iciety.   Will ■
uut this support, financial   and other
wise, the 8 ciety cannot hope to lliaki
a success ,,[ tbe Fair.
C. K. MACDONALD,
tf cretury.
Noti.*e ie, her-cjby givon tl
ration will In- made under Pari V. ol
ihe "Wator Acl, luuu," i,, obtain n
licenso in the Itovolstulte Division ol
rt'est Kootenuy District.
(a.)   The un , address nnd ocenpn
lion ol the apple.-ml. Jacob S. Wions
Makusp,   B.   t'.,   iruit   grower  and   v
table gardener.
(b.) The inline of the lal,,
or souno (ii unnamed, llie tl
is) I.idle stream, nnnnmud
.ml of email lake ' of mill- ot
Alld.
(o.)   The poinl   of ilivorsioi
A'OSt  (if   ea: I   end   nf   lol   2,   HU
of lol 1-27-1 li p (I).
til.) Tin- (piantity nt water applied
lor (in ruble feet per second) one rub
ic foot [iei- second.
(e,| I l.e , luii.ieler .,f tlie proposed
■vorks: Taken wita ■*.'!*.i i, rf> ii, Irom
lream  lo garden.
tf.) The premises ou whieh the wa*
ter is to be used, Lot 'J, Subdivision
of Lot 4274 Croup tl)  Kootenay.
(g.) The purposos for which tbo wn
ter is to he used, irrigating vegetable
garden.
(li.) If for irrigation, describe the
lund Intended to be irrigated, giving
acreage, I acre on west end ol Lot -
sub-division of Lot 4'J7-1 of Group tl)
(k) This notice was posted on the
14th day of March, 1910, and an application will be made to the Commissioner on the I Itli day of April, A.
1).,   1910.
(I) Give the names and addresses
ol any riparian proprietors or licensees who or whose lands nro likely to
bo affected by lho proposed works,
either above or below the outlet,—
Ituisuall Bros., Robert La Hue, Nakusp
B. 0., below outlet.
Dated  Manh  16th.,   HMO.
(Signed) m.16.
JACOB L. W1ENS,
Nakusp, B. C.
Municipality ot Spallumcheen
Churches
TENDERS will be reaeived by tin
undersigned up to  noon   of   tiie 2B,tl
inst,   lor   excavating,  concrete wotk,
plastering   and   repairing    lhe  Armstrong I'ublic School
B Plans and specifications can ba seen
t. 50  i-ini-   lor the  at tbe   Secretary's  Oflloe, Armstrong,
    (i-d   Dupoot    j;  r      rbe   lowest   or any tender not
necessarily accepted.
J.  M. Willi,HI'.
y 18 il Si eretary.
tt
12
-
28
If el
day M follows:—11 ,  m. subject
lOrance,   * r    may I know that ,
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     Hjristnii)        2 ltii pin    -uinU
A party   Fladies ind u bad »ud   Bible  classes
-■ rv Cl       i ' -I : in   liai      ■ .**.,,*    trill  be
p, music   renden
the choir.  I be pastor  R   i   Meln
will bave charge ol the All
ar- cordially Invited
a  wry   pleasant In   Sawyer
Bros, -team laut .     •     - sen-
M.-s. \. i    I. ■ ** i ii.*.-    miii   a
-. rt re attscl      ■ t        Mr   l,..*
w to   sustained   Injuries   U
also mtking rape! recovt ry
1 he Hod, Y. W, A> Imer, Domin ,
eogloeer for Kootenay and Vaiedn-
t-icts, was in the city *n Thnrsdsy in
route for an inspection trip to the
south.
Df. 0  .I.Fagan,   Provlooltl    lii-iltI
Summit
Ne< i:ssit ii os
Here »ri * few Ritloloi clionen
»t tm dom from uur large
Block ol Tin', t (i kkIi
Witch h i/. i   doubin tflltlllM 36o
■en/o Aimun'i  Drum  lor  tho  Com-
ptenon 50c
Wa»h R.iKt 1&0 and 3 o
[■.(■"-■■    Rone    i.i..'     Toilet     WitUr
600    1, on    fi CO
Cr ir lien Ro«« Tnlcum ?5o
Cold Cream 25c
Bews' Drug Store
District Meeting
'I be financial   district      ee I
t ie Kamloops >ii-: i
the Methodist church on Tuesday, the
liith inst. al 10 a m and throng
tie -lay. In the i veiling an open
meeting will i>« held In i e church,
when sddn sset will be tie ii t n -l on
Mission  work,   - hools   and
young ppnpln work hy hr. .1. H,
White, of New Westmlnsti ind Kev.
(i. M, Sanford, ol Kamloops.
A cordial invitation is extended   to
the public io attend t his met ting,
Corn  Curta   and   Fruil   Salt
wanted    most,  this   hoi  weather     All
mikes and pilots At Ma- I,nn hi a drug
stire.
Sen   our   special   CahlnotS   for one
«nt.     We oiler Cabinet Photographs
at   tl wi   per dos, -fiftO hall d ..■ t,
Ross Studio, Tappiug Block
Ms up some   tine   shoot
ing and win"   tbe   button   in  ("aea A
and !••-. iss B.
Hand    .     -
Hunt,
Sl   ■ '
M
I. i •
Monro, Iri ys   -
Hsr'■> r wins Van    Sl
n the
taking si  t
to in.,- • rtable
■
i
■
'■I-.-      * ie    * -  *   I, the
i |
B.I ■ ihip,   al
Lei hi • I     W i
\l u io e an.l  I*'   I *
giry, the daddy
turs who wil
ive |
mg all 'be big pi vder o imps
Th- '.  lour
events st 18 birds, IIS addt d
event     three   event*,   at   20 bird
added in   each      1ea pe *
with |2C added      I sl m   ibool for tb
cup. etc
PUBLIC NOTICE
i
of tl e
riage ol help
••- lity   of   giving   I hi'in a
no ida) • •    k, il   wis   no
'',.*  work  Bnisbid,
working
.    .'     I hi-     ue, i, h
vs .* if end, sv, ring I   pre-
.i |
nt
©XC D
Mails Close
Th
an
!■■■
1'
in
...iiit
'1      II           IO
nml
p'or western
o .1II t ri
1 :     in   in.
and
7 tr,
i.   m
I''.
1   Houtheitl
polnti
'i  n    in
i i
y   mini   le
M             HI
i hiiieil
week
ihi vi
nt    ,   1,  n
III.      IHU
;; II      n
III.,
uud
tlutidaya at il.l.'i
p.   Ul-
Vi
NOTICE
■ ompany
ifflce  of   thi    i'
nil
order i I't'J
execu
.1   P   SUTHKRl
-IICCI'HM'il    tO
Phone i ' E W (3   Paoi i
i,i, ix   Lad *       Clold    Watt h,     with
i,,,1,1 seal Fob   attached,      Name
,i  I    ' ooi'  oi hat i,      ol   '" "
number ol i ass  I ;''i 127, numhoi  ol
n      *  ol     11861 I" Kinhei   will
ploaso roi ibn   i  to Bev     Drug
8toro umi receive f j 00 reward.
rsfoedi
A Good Line
FOP   EVERYBODY
t*
Fop Sale Everywbepe
After Supper Sale, No. 28
Follow the crowd To-night and they will load you
to Our After Supper Sale, where you will have
the opportunity to j?et up-to-date goods at absurdly low prices. Here you can shop where it
is cool and comfortable, where you can get the
best goods at lowest prices, and where you will
find lots of genuine bargains prominently displayed and plainly marked. Remember the After
Supper Sale prices only hold good from 7 o'clock
to closing. Here are a few of our specials for
to-night.
Fancy   "Blouses
About three dozen Ecru and While Net
Reg. values up lo'tli.r>ii, sizes 34, :'■(!, 88.
a chance to get a dressy blouse at  a   low
After Supper Sale Price only $3.
Siipchil Trices on Wash Suits and Dresses.
Classic Shoes
Waists,
Here is
figure.
special
We have a few odd lines in this extra quality
Child's Sluic that we have decided to clear at
mice. Jjiere are Oxfords, Gibson Ties and Hals.,
in both black and chocolate, not many of any one
kind, bui all sizes among them in some kind from
Infants 2's tt> Misses
at a big reduction.
's.    We have marked them
Lunch   Cloths
Another lol ul'line Damask Lunch Cloths in different sizes up to 36x36. Borne have drawn work
and some are hemstitched. Reg. Prices from
75c. to $150. After Supper Sale Price--Half
Price.
XOhitctvear
For to-night only we will again offer our splendid
slock of Whitewear, Gowns, Corset Covers.
Skirts, Drawers, Chemise and Combinations at
one-third oil' regular prices.
TSelu !
-Delu !
Aboul 5-dozen
k.    There
but they
Here is a real Bargain in Pelts.
Pelts in Leather, Elastic and Sil
lol of extra good ones in the lot,
at the same price.—35c. each.
Lots of other bargains.     Come early
and get your share,
are a
nil go
mm
WHEN  YOU WANT
Good  Bread
—and you Bhoulcl insist upon getting llic besl at nil
times—gel out's. Our reputation lor good bread iM not
the result of chance. Our customers an* satisfied that
ours is iln; most satisfactory bread they can buy.
Try it and you will become a regular customer. Our
Groceiles are also In keeping wiih our
customer.
bread.
G. W. Bell
P. O. Box 208
GROCER & BAKER
Phone No. 23
TEAS AND COFFEES
Victoria Cross Tea ('2 lb. lead pkgs) per lb. 50c.
Pilgrims No. 1 (ireen Tea, per lb 45c.
Daddy's Coffee, in Quart Jars...   45c.
Breakfast Delight,   Our  Special, whole or
Ground, per lb. oOc.
Phone  93.
McIntyre  & Son
VANCOUVER
EXHIBITION
August ISth to 20th, 1910
r.i hi ii Columbia
$311,11 in Prizes
.i.mi I'UKMIUMH
SpCl'lllllj low tut,*-, (null nil
i"in*     .iiIh.im.  .tli' 1   boats.
KxllllliU I.l lit    MS    iniylit  ,111
i .ui.uh.in inn*:, v, ill In-1. tin tied
In- .
Superb utlrui iimis in apecd-
i *.i in*, .uul In.,: Bit-own, Spec-
I.n 111.il       ll,■llllll'.' Ill,' I Lum -
llrutiL'lin Hu-lun' Cou.pettliun,
"Wood Chopping * unlet, '
Trolling   and  I'm imk  Kvi ni1.
Mini I llillt l llll' Knri Hi
l-.nti ii . i lone August 1st.
Write (oi  I'i i'i- Mat and in-
1'iiin,Minn tn
JAS   ROY
Managd nud Sei reiai j. Van-
i uuvei Uxhibltiou Asiociatiou
I '.' Iln " ili it ni' now in your kilciirn nml
chning room wrir piohaMy fraslin^ on loini in>
tlrtaiLalile niiliuris leu tlian an hour ,v- ., and ai
a single ily uftrn cairio many tliousamli <>{ dhrase
gernii attached lo ill hairy hody, it is (lit duly of
every hou*rkrr-|>er to assist in cxlnniinaling thii
wont enemy ol the human race,
WILSON'S
Fly Pads
kill dies in such immenie quantities as
cannot be approached by any oilier
fly killer.
AUTOMOHII.I-: KOIl HAI.K - 20 h.p.
two Bcnted runabout, <>niy imuii lor
two inniitiiH, complete with kIbhh
(unit. t"|i, min head IlKhtH, lini;-
gage ruck, extra tyro, skid chains,
Will locrlflco, tuniiB given, anuwur
II. Grclg, Blcauoua, B, 0,

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