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For ease of operation and
perfection in results it ia
unsurpassed.    Price $601
Interior Pubhsnmg Co., Agts.i
The Mail-Hepald
A SPEC
Interior Publishing Company
PRINTERS and nmusnERS
Vol. 18-No.
REVELSTOKE. B. C. .11,lY 20, 1912
$2,EO Per Year
...THE \\m BEAUTIFUL...
AGATE WALL FINISH
VJ;BASTINE! ALABASTINE!
tn Beautiful Tints.
Mix with Colcl Water
Anyone can apply
>      An old favorite.
Ariistic Shades
35c. 5 Pound Package
Fresco Colors for  Borders
For Permanent Work Use Hall's Washable Wall Paint
Why ? Because it is the most, sanitary.
It sets hard. Does not crack or peel.
Docs not fade. Mixes with water. Is
germ proof	
$I.OO  PER CAN
FLOOR   PAINT
We believe we have the beal painl
made. You take do chance with mir
paint.   Geti n^ hard a> iron.
75c. Per Quart
FOR THE BATHROOM
Hn ii in White.
Satluette Enamel is the best that
money can produce*
You'll Be Pleased
FOR THE DINING  ROOM
Vnu want a change! Tired ol the
varnish! Stain il nvcr the Varnish with Baplac.   Easj in apply.
Good Effect
FOR THE BEDROOM
Brighten them upl
You wlll he surprised how cheery
yon can make a room look with a
can nf our paint.
Let Us Prescribe
GET THE  PAINTING  HABIT
cJMakes the Home Look  Clean   and Well Kept
Artistic Stains. Beautiful Tinted Enamels.
Gold, Silver and Aluminum Paint. Crack
Fillers. Floor Wax. Waxing Brushes. Furniture Polish.
Try Our cjMagic Polish at 50c.
LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO.
Plumbing
LIMITED
Steam Heating
Tinsmithing
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Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Oftico    Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Subscribed
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
Total Assets,
6,000,000.00
6,000,00u.00
6,000,000.00
$72,000,000.00
Branched or Axenta at all principal points in^Oanada.
Afteatt In Great Britain and United States—London, England,
LloydB Bank, Limited. Chicago—First National Bank, Corn Exchange National Bank. Seattle—Seattle National Bank, Sau Francisco—Wells Fargo Nevada National Bans Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of $1 anil upward, received, and interest allowed at
current rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branoh—A. B. MoCleneghan, Mgr.
Children's Sandals
Children's Romeo Sandals
SIZES. -1 to 10!
Three and Four Straps
Mrs. A. G, Crick, • First Street
ILRED?
JTHEN A CUP OF
"BELL BLEND TEA"
will refresh you with its bright, spicy
flavor anil frngrancy. Sold in 1 lb.
lead packages.
Price, 35c, 40c. and 50c. per Ib.
G. W. BELL
P.j'O   Box 208
GROCER & BAKER
Phone No. 23
PIANOS PLAVEH PIANOS
Sheet Music and uli kinds of
Small r_7Wusical Goods
DOMINION SAWMILLS
WILL BE ABSORBED
New Company Formed to Settle All Debts and to be
Controlled By Local Board Instead of London Directorate. The Company, Under Receivers' Control,
is On a Paying Basis.
.I   the  new  i'iiin|iiiny   In   reapoct
The plans fur the rei itructlon ol
iiit Dominion dgwmllla ami Lumber
Compauy, Limited, uh decided on Id
London, provide i>>r the meotinx ■■(
ail the obllgntloue ui tin- company
ami lur ii change In tbe form ol man
ogement, whereby a local board will
administer its affairs on thii aide <>'
tbe water, Instead ol trom     London.
The present company will go into vol
uutary liquidation, ami a new com -
pany  will  be formed,  known as      the
"United Sawmill* and Timber Com •
pany, Limited," to take over the
business.
The capital of the present company
Consists of 980,000 11 per cent inort-
sure debentures; lifl.iKio 7 per cent,
cumulative preference shares of iint)
eaeb, totalling $2,000,0011, and 42,012
ordinary shares of $100 each, total -
ling $4,201,200. Thc new company will' taken  place in the condition    of    thc
AT THE CITY
POLICE COURT
(in Thursday evening last, before
Magistrate Hamilton, the adjourned
bearing was held in the oase of Rex
verstiB Arthur Weston, on tbo charge
of carrying concealed weapons, and
also pointing 0 lltenrm at certain
mom hers of the public
The court room wns crowded   with
lake    a
case.       Mr.   Q.
I  [or  the     do
vr
the
Mine
ouch (100 paid up on preierance shares  Bpootators, who appeared t
Tl ew coinpnni will allot 10eaoh lively  Intorosl  In
holder  of ordinary  shares of  thc pic    H,   MoOnrtor   upl
s. nt company six fully paid shares of.fence,
$1   eaeh  in  the capital    of  the     new      Court      opened     at 8:08 p.m.     Tae
company .m respect of each $100 paid charge of ''on the tilth -inly, curry
ii! the shares held  hy  lum.     The)I'»8 concealed  llrearms  in  cuntraveu -
scheme   provides   for   the   payment   of   Motl   ofi the   law,  and  of   pointing      a
all   iiu.ecured  creditors  in  full. 'loaded  firearm al  certain men of the
sir wiiiia... Pleader of the Brm   of aP,Ry-" W"H ml'' "wr "' "n'"H"'''
Doloitte,      Pleader,     Griffiths & Co., I Acruac.1  pleaded nut guilty.
chartered  accountants,   London,   was     T *"•»« "' llv" witnesses, nam
appointed receiver and manager of the'61* M,'KH,'-i' "'  BolflB'  A' PMri' JM'
company  hy  lhc  court in London  on IDaVl"' "•  °; ?■»"_■»«  CA. Thorpe
.March 4th,    last, and     Mr.  Gordon |
Tniisley,  the iniimiKcr of tho linn's of
tlces in  Vnncouver,  was appointed to
act in     a similar capacity  in     this
province on March 15th.
It is stated that since tho receivers |
assumed control of thc company's af- '
fairs a vast change for the better has
be capitalized as follows: li per cent.
debenture stock, 1,000,000 pounds; ti
per cent, income debenture stock,
600,000 pounds; 500,000 ordinary shares of $1 euch, $500,000.
The new company will allot and
issue to each holder of any of the
£93(1,000 ol issued debentures ol     the
company, und that it. is now 011 u
good   paying  basis.
in regard to the administration ol
lhc company's old attain, the following paragraph in a report presented
hy thc directors of that compnny is
of interest:
"Experience has satisfied your dir-
present     company      C20 of thc f.  per lectors that the essential management
cent,  debenture stock ol thc new com   ol  business of this character must bc
pany, and three fully paid sharee   of located In Oanada. It is quite impos-'
$1 each in thc capital  ol     the     new   sible lor the  board in London to keep
company  in  respect of each  £20     of] in  sutlicicntly  close    touch    with  the1
liis holdings of debentures of the pre-   business to exercise uny real control. !
sent company. Therefore it is proposed that the new '
Thc new company al-o will allot to   company  l>c incorporated with an cn-'
each    holder  of    preference  shares of   tirely new  hoard resident in Canada.!
the  present company £20  lis.  of  tho   A  smnll    London  committee is  lieing
0   pcr  cent,   income  debenture    stock   appointed,   but  thc  management  will
of  the  new  compaoy  and   four fully   bc vested in a board resident in Ca-
puid shares ol $1  euch in the capital I nada."
CITY COUNCIL
The city council met in regular
meeting on Friday evening; Muyor
.Sutherland occupied the chair; Aid -
ermen MeKinnon, Bourne, and     Mc
Boriey   were  also  present.
The minutes of    previous ordinary
meeting*  were  adopted  as  read.
CO.MMl MCATI11NS.
Marions communications were order
ed  answered or liled.
Sl-'.V.    IU  LAW.
A new by-law amounting to $10.-
joo, to meet the deficit on sewer and
drainage system, us decided upon at
thc special meeting of ihe council.
fully reported in our last issue, wus
read a lirst, second nnd third time.
It wus decided that 1 be voting upon
this by-law shull take place on Thursday the Mb day ol August, und the
Oity Olerk was Instructed to take tbe
necessary steps foi the voting to be
conducted, m accordance wltb statu-
tury requirements.
Alderman MeKinnon—] understand
that 111 the neOJ future application
will be made by tlle school trustees,
for assistance of the council towards
providing a new extended  high  school
The meeting then adjourned at lu
p.m.
Pictures of Wolgast Rivers Fight
was then taken. Tho evidence was
long, and in some respects contradictory, hut the main points clearly established were:—That all the parties
concerned were fellow workmen in
the employ of the O.P.R. shops al
Kovclntoke; that some dispute arose
with Weston, regarding his inability
to produce n union card; thut a com
mittee of the men was appointed to
interview Weston, who, thinking him
self threatened armed himself with a
gun; that when leaving work at night
a dispute occurred! and Weston pulled the gun in self defence. Uoth wit -
nesscs and accused, were nil recent
arrivals in Ilcvclsiokc, all ol them
having apparently recently eome into
Oanada from the United States.
Magistrate Hamilton, iu summing
up, subl in purt:—The evidence in this
rase Is not very creditable to several
of these witnesses, although I'aync
and to an extent Baird, appear to
have told a straightforward story; 1
think in the evidence ol Payne, there
is sntlicient to come to a decision.
This court is a court of justice only,
and takes absolutely 110 cognisance ol
unions or non unions; everyone is
equal before the law; it is absolutely
against the law for a man to carry
a concealed weapon, and to point
sume; it is absolutely against thc law
for any bunch ol men to tuke the law
into their own hands. II uny mnn
has done anything wrong, the    police
$1,500 loss by Fire
At I 45 p.m. on Friday evening the
liie .11.11111 l.ell rung, and tbe brigade
made a quick tuin ont.hy way of
Tli.nl ilfMt, to the residence occupied by Mr. and Mrs Stump and
family,  from     which  the youth  who
turned       III       the alarm,   had   detected
smoke Issuing through tbe lower win
dows.   Tiie residence waa locked   up,
tin   lam,ly   I., log .iw.iy.  and  the    lue-
iiien had to break In at the doors aod
windows. They wen met I.y dense
clouds of smoke, and the Humes immediately began to creep out on the
roof, as the draft forced Into tlie low
er portiou of the house. Kor u while
the tire wus fought from thc outside,
then as soon as tlie smoke hud olw
ed, tbe hose was taken into the bouse
and a powerful streum of wuter dir -
ected at the seat of the trouble, with
quick results, the tire being rapidly
extinguished. Altogether tbe brigade
were some forty minutes in getting
the  bl&M  completely  extinguished.
Very extensive damage was done to
the house ami fiirnitiut by the lire
and w atei.it s estimated that the
lo«s approaches 11600.
Shortly  after  the  wear,   brigads It
Mined w.th their equipment t,, tbe
1 re ball, anothi 1 alarm    wa^    mug
■i   from   the  same   quarter,  and   alter!
Local  light bins will  be  pleuscd to
learn   that   arrangements  have      been
mude to show thc Wolgust-lrivcrB mo- | will handle the mutter, il be has done
tion picture- of the fasi buttle at.no wrong, then such a man hns a
Los Angeles, ial., July 4th, for thc P«*Ct right to remain here unmol-
world's lightweight championship, ut 08t*'1' Hk* ""V other citizen, and such
the Empress theatre on Friday, July , r'H»»tH Will be upheld by the law; car
2t;tb. rviug concealed  weapons will not be
The spoiling idem, nt all over ttie allowed; neither will intimiilntion I.e
country have had tbe greatest dis- | allowed. I nolle that tbis trouble
pules the game has ever knowii try- '■ '''"'v l" nave l','1'n ,l''' w'"rK <>' "
Ing  to determine who is entitled   to
the championship. Wolgast or Itivi-
ers. The tflms ure very clear and dis
linct and show every move of the
lighters, so this will be a good
chan e for local followers ol the
game to judge for themselves.
Ball Game
This past week has hcen 11 baseball
beau feast, on Thursday night the
Businessmen proved thut tiny hud
not hit ten i.l) more III.01 they could
chew, by leading the J.ll.C.'s nil
roundtbc diamond, ami  winning   hand
■omely by a score of 1 to 1, and the
victim- were lucky 10 get the solitary
On Friday OVOtring, surrounded by
u vust concourse of the beaty aud
bravery of Kevelstoke, the business
nun, formerly considered us the "hus
beeu" of the City leugue, whulloped
the much touted O.P.R, basehull play
ttt, by tlie conclusive score ol eight
to two.
Kid Dupont, the clusay pitcher of
the once despised tuil euders, wus
there with the guods, und mighty
railroad     swatters,
allowed
allowed
' s iem« to iiave been tb
few new comers, from toe United
States, and thai no old tuners in the
Mliop-. or permanent eitizens of Hevelstoke, are involved in the mutter.
Such conduct will not Ik" tolerated
under zbc Uritish tiag; the laws of
Oanada provide for su.-ii rases, ami
if there is a repetition of this con -
duct, the laws will be enforced to the
limit. I will have to read over ibis
evidence and will deliver judgment to
morrow morning at '.l a.m.
The  court   adjourned.
The accused was again called on
Friday morning, found guilty and tin
ed $25 with costs on the first charge
Of carrying the weapon, sentenced to
two and 11 half days In goal on the
second  charge  of  pointing a  firearm.
Garden Party
The gulden pally giv.n under tbe
auspices ol tbe Ladles' Aid of tbe
Methodist church ou Thursday lust,
was a great lOOMM. Some 200 gtlSSta
were present  to enjoy  the  hospitality
generously    bestowed    by the ladles
who   were  in charge.   Tlle  lawn      wus
brightly   decorated   with  colored   dec
who   have  longU,,, lig_Ut  th, (.„v ))u||il to
traded   on  ou   then   reputation!
Invincible tuu getters, found holes in
then l.ats, and with a one, two three
"your out," retired gracefully tu join
the multitude ol the fanned, Tbaiiks
to these wonderful ellurts by thc businessmen, the league is uguin involv
ed iu a series of tied lights foi the
lust place, uud souic interesting
games mny be expected before thu
luurcl wreutb of victory is finally
uwurded.
in order to cope with thc situation
tendance, enliving the proceeding!
with music ,,f an unusually high or
der, the refreshments and geuerul ur
rnugementa were everything tbat
could  be desired.
A substantial sum was realised and
everyone present had uu enjoyuble
evening.
The Methodist l.uilifs' Aid luwn social bus become one ol thc fixed ev -
cuts, towards which everyone looks
with    cnger      anticipation,  uuil    the
thanks of  the  ladies     who organized
the league season has been extended, I lhp  HoCiu,   .(jr   ,,„,
Inns  may   therefore j lp,„|crcil t„ tnc
ami enthusiast!
Confidently     look     forward to some
more baseball ol thc red hot vurioty.
Song Service
In lhe Melhohst dumb tOmOaTOD
at II v.m., subject, "The Pharisee
and Publican"; at 7 :i(l p.m., "Service
of   Song,"      familia
arc gratefully
City Bund for then
uble musical assistance and to their
guests and friends, whose united cf -
Ioi u resulted iii such a brilliant success.
Cull and Inspect
Music Store, McKenzie Ave,
In St. Johns shiirrh tomonow evening,   Mrs.   II    Vi.   Mcleod   will   sing
"Their  is 11 Oreeo  ilm  Par  Away."
The  new  organ   will   bc aged  at   both
hymns  will   lnL,,!,,, „n,|    ,„   the evening there  will
a hurried turn   ,.nt   it   mmt .li«cover«l   sung und   explained and   the  fo lowing   , , ,,  ,
a  iniiiiTM  uirn   ..in. n   was uiscoierco t *:beashoil  organ iwital  inn ■,■ line the
1 special  music   rendered —Solo  by Miss '
Mcl/eiiii,   recently   of  Kdmonton;   Solo
by  Mr.  Thomas     1'ugilin;    trombone
and   alio   hoi n   duet   hy   Messrs.   I'lUil
Bamaon    and      Karl     Inrkry,   und     a,
quartette bj  Mies Pagdln, Mn,    Me
Intyre, Paul Bamaon and B, Camsr-j lebed in Fumed oak,  Tins is tbt fat
The     public itic culdially lu-ic-t und most  attractive limsh ol futti
that a lew sparks were still lunn.ng.
these Were trtingUlabed, an.l the tire
fighters selunird to hcadqiiurtcrs,
Wet .md tired out with tbeir exert -
I ions.
regulai service,     when the follo,wttg
numbers      will    lie rendered       In.
Handel's   lleneuse   llelluueV:   andante,
lin, 1.
MIDSUMMER DISPLAY OF
Blue De Roi Dinner Service
Our window will show you the exquisite appearance and quality of this handsome ware.
Can be bought in sets or broken lots.
Superior quality,   Moderate price.
Call and see them.
HARDWARE-Our stock includes   all   the
necessities.   Oil Stoves. Carpet Sweepers, Motor
Washing Machines, hand power Washing Machines, Carden and Farming Tools, McClary's
Famous Steel Ranges,   Kitchen Utensils of all
descriptions, Shelf and Heavy Hardware.
PLUMBING—Vou can be supplied  with all
requirements in this department.
Steam Pitting, Tinning and Sheet Metal Work.
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BOURNE BROS,
Corner First Street and Campbell Avenue.
Grocers     Hardware      Plumbing      Tinsmithwci
n
Groceries for Particular People
White Fiffs, per lb.       10c
Evaporated Apples, 2 Ib. for   35c
Coledyke Baking Powder, |ier IG oz. tin 25c
Old Country Chickory, per packet  20c
New Fruits and Vegetables coming in.
John McIntyre «s. Son
First Street. Telephone No. 93
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
SWIFTS
PREMIUM HAMS
AND BACON
Revelstoke Meat Market Ltd.
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\   MIDSUMMER CLEARANCE SALE   I
I OF MENS AND BOYS' SUITS
A NOW IN FULL SWING
These prices should persuade you to have a
look at the Clothing, and the qualities will
convince you that you  are saving money.
$30 00 Suits Now $25 00
$27 00 Suits Now $22 00
$25 00 Suits Now $20 00
$12 00 Suits Now $ 9 00
$ 7 50 Suits Now $ 5 00
$ 5 00 Suits Now $ 3 75
$22 Suits Now $17 50
$20 Suits Now $15 50
$15 Suits Now $11 00
$10 Suits.Now $ 7 50
$ 6 Suits Now $ 4 25
$ 4 Suits Now $ 2 95
Son  Homon'l  (nirlor  win.I.
Mini
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lil pHM which sell tbemielrt.g
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itUIC  uu   the   LUUlkOl  tOllatjT.
o McRae Mercantile Co.
9 THE HOMl Of GOOD CLOTHING
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WATCHES
BEST ON  EARTH
CT. GrTJ^T BAEBEE
C. P. K. WATCH INSPECTOR SATURDAY,  JPI.Y  80th,   I n
the ]ynjk.ixJ-i3:Eii=i^.r.i3,vH>EArErJsTOK:Ej
SATURDAY, JULY  20th,  1918.
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House for sale on Connaught Avenue
Nurth of Kirst Street
l.SOO
$500 Down; Balance $30 per month.
Modem Plumbing and Bathroom
Zbc flDatMberalb
PI BUSHED  WKDNKSIM^    .ND
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REVELSTOKE.  B.   C.
KOLAPORE
CUP MATCH
jntcrtor publlabtnfl Gompans
Limit, il
J. K. JOHNSON, Manager.
RALPH  Q,  BCRUTON,   Edltoi
SUBSCRIPTION  RATES
Including  postage  tu  England,  United Stated and Canada.
By the year > through  postolUcel |2.50
AD\ BHTI8ING RATB8,
Leial notices lu ccuu per lino tirst
inseit.^n. it rents per line
subsequent Insertion. Measure
menu Nonpartel 112 lines make
one inch.i Store und general
business announcements i'2 ..it pel
inth per month. Preferred posi
tions, -m per cent, additional,
Births, Marriages and Llciiths, 50c
each insertion.
Land notl^s $7.50, All advertise
ments subject tu the approval ul
the   management..      Wanted      ami
Condensed      Advertisements ; —
Ais-tnts Wanted, Help Wanted, Bit
uatious wanted.   Situations   Va
cant, Teachers Wanted, MechanicsIteum Ul,l(,
Wanted, 25 words ur    less,   25c,
each     addiimual      line   HI  cents,
changes     it.   standing advertise
ments   must   lie   In    Iiy 'J a.  in
Tuesday and Friday ul euch weok
to  secure  good  dtspluy.
CORRESPONDED I-. Invited on matters ol  puhl.c     interest.       Com-
munuations to Editor must      be
accompanied    by    UBtne nl writer
not   necessarily   lor   publication,
but    «.=   evldono   ol  good faith.
Correspondence  should   be  brlel.
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REVELSTOKE
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Luther Black berg   SU,
Kre.l Hamm, 684.
Myrtle Brock,
Willie  Leslie,  .
Arthur Young, t%
.Lick Mal.-y,  610.
H   Charles Manning, 590,
Hay     I
<iirn Courtier, 578.
567,
Perej Campbell, 351.
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ter McRae,
GOLDEN
vlara Tcnnant     l(
11 ey i imji, July lii The Kolaporo
cup wus won by the Hi ll Ish team to
day with only il points ovei the nest
best, South Africa. The cunllonge cup
Is upon to iimiiii "i Britain's voluu
teor forces or Irum any Brll Ish col
uny. dependency or protectorate, Ioi
the best aggregate ol seven hots
each .ii  301), 55(1 uud U00 yards,    'i'ho
each   total semes ol euch i testing tenni
were Britaiu, Ti.l; South Africa, 750
i lunudu, .'li, Duel ua j, 725; India 1211
CANADIAN SCURKS.
'I ne ' 'nn,i.li.in scores ai liUO yui ds
ui this event wore Sclatcr, Hi); Ann
strong, 32; Mortimer, 24; Smith, 28;
Korati i, il, Mitchell, 30; Richardson,
3u;  HiittMisiiiil. 31; lotal Wi.
The  othei   total  timing1  B< ores     .ii
UUU yards  were.     Britain, 34S;  in.ha.
243;  South  Africa,  253;  Guernsey,  .'•■
'llie uiemliers ol the wiunltig Britisu
IHppiUS,  ,.I  llie   biSBOJ leg
i.ut hi . Munu, 11 'iible ai' lllery com
puny;   llray,   I.mi.lun   Scoltlsh;    nm
imin.[.-.en .m.i   Itiiiieiniiiii,  lluyul Scots;
Hun,  Kelion .ui.i    Pulton,      Londou
Rilles,
Ul KE  OF  CAMBR1DUE.
iiuen  ,,i    the    Cheshire   Yeomanry,
won  tlie  Duke  ..I   L'ounuught  cup  lot
in shots ai  'Mtit yards, open    to     all
Diners.    Additional    scores    in  this
compel it Ion  were   n.o hit on, 31. Ken
n dj,   12;   Mucpherson,   ID;   Mortiinei.
Iti.-..:,.   Hi;    \ndrews, 3'J;    Buy Ic i,
13; Min hell and Sclaler were 2lsl anu
22od an.I i;,.i   in shtliiugs each
I'KIM'K   I 'I-'   1'. VLK8,
1     uf   I lie    .-i otl     ll    Uilll H      tt. II
ii,.   I'n lire  ,.:   Wales  pi
i   \ N \ iu \ A     IMIKi
Bislcy  i amp,  .1 ul)   .      I'l
up]      Bivolj
lllll        nut    ljk.      a ll   ■
Biiils the     i 'unu
evenl  Is i hi   K	
lengi   cup,  given ii
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Bhill ::ImI. end, winning D5; Pte. Mil
choll,  :*v111.  Ll   Steele,  37th, Capt.
V micsi  77th,  ami Color Sorgt. Stud
i,  i mth, eaeii winning  C8;  Lieut.
i !-■. r. iii   i.ieui   Km .im 213th anil
I'apl    Ken   >dj   215(11,    . nii   wl ng
f::, stall Sei'i t, Hulls, :' lllrd, Corp
M ner Sail th,   Kev,   i    ll,  Simpson
HOi'lll lllld I'l.-. llnvillBUll 3Sni.ll, euell
w I ii n hm fl. Sergl Mujur Melluiiiiiill
wns counted out,
CANADIAN   SICl'UNU
In  the shoul "ii ut  the tie for    the
Uruphic Corp.    Mortimer ol     (Juubec
ami     i,i,un.     i'r.him mudo  possibles.
i'n  i lieu ma.I.' 11  hulls and Mm.
timet I uu minus au.l u Imll, lirsl place
going  in Crane  and second  to     Hi.'
t'alliiiliau.
The possible in lhc All Corners is
175 ami the leading t'nnailiiui, Sorgt.
Armstrong, llullfnx, made Individual
scores ns follows:
Dally (lr iphie, 300 yards, 32; Uru
phlc,  .'.mi jurds,  33;     Dull)   (Iraphlc,
inn    iii.l        : ,      WiVilhil.i.   JIM   yurils,
38, ami inu yards, 31; totul  107.
Members ol Him I'.minium imuiIiIii;
Bill   liiil   Included   III   Hie  oighl   select.-.1
tu ropresenl thc Dominion in the
Kiiiui'iue cup in-i today lu the nuke
ul Cambridge ami All Comer . ton
shuts at inu yards, scores being a
follows; Armstrong, 10; Anl.I, 89|
Bnttershlll, 12; Bluckburn, 15; Dyni
mnl,  15; Forrest,  42; Fot'Bter, 40;  Me
Dougall, 37;  Mel s, 30;  Mtiggs,  41;
Mitchell, it. liiiliarilsuii, in. Sclatcr
IT. Smith, 11; siei'le, 30; Stoddart,
13,
CANADIAN  SCORES
■following are aggregates ul Caua
diaiis in the Ul Comers aggregate,
Including scores ni the Alexandra,
Dally Graphic, (iraphlc and Dally
Telegraph, shut ml mi Saturday and
Monday
Capt. Andrews, Winnipeg, 155; Ser.
Armstrong, Halifax, 167; Pte. Auld,
Winnipeg, 147; Sergt, Bnttershlll,
Winnipeg, 100; Sergt. Bayles, Toronto, la'!; Lieut. Blackburn, Winnipeg,
ill, Pte. Davidson, Winnipeg, 052;
Sergt. Major Dytnond, Halifax, 142;
Capt, Forrest, Vancouver, 16$; Lieut.
Forest, Ottawa, 158; Oapt, Kennedy,
I'lctou, 154; Sergt, Major McDougall
Victoria, laT; Lieut, Maggs, Vancou
ver, 158; Pte. McPherson, Stellarton,
158; Sergt. Mclnnes, l'rince Edward
Island, 155; Pte. Mitchell, Toronto,
157; Corp, Mortimer, Quebec, 108;
Corp. Kigali, Edmonton, 153; Start
Sergt, Richardson, Victoria, 164;
Capt. Bclater, Vancouver, 163; Sergl
Smith, Ottawa, ir.7; Color Sergt.
Stoddart,   Hamilton,,  163,
RESOLVED ?
THAT TIME FLIES AND
THI riRSTJHlNC Vou KNOW
ALL THE-CHOICE THINGS
WILL1 BE'GONE-THEY ARE Alb
CHOICEST OUR STORE - BUT
SOKARI^PRETTIER-
"BUSTER,
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WOOD for SALE
400 Cords of First-Class Hemlock and Cedar for
Summer   Delivery,   16-inch,   18-inch  and  4-foot
Order by Telephone No. b2.
Tonka Farm     -    W. C. CALDER
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., L1..I)., D.C.L., President
ALEXANDER LAIRD JOHN AIRD
General LVfanatfor
A'iM'.i.iui General Munntfer
$ It's time to hurry $
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NI.Y ANOTHER WEEK LEFT to
get your choice ol' the Bargains
at   OUR  CLOSING   OUT SALE.
I
You will lind a new lot of Bargains comitiK
to light every day. All odds and ends must
be cleared out next week.
See the Wash Goods in our window,,at 25e
We have lots more.
| McLennan SrCo.
CAPITAL, $15,000,000 REST, $12,500,000
TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES
Issued by The Canadian Haul; of Commerce enable the traveller to
provide himself with funds without delay at each point of his journey in
a convenient yet inexpensive manner. They arc issued payable in every
country in the world 111 denominations nt
$10,   $20.   $50,   $100,   $200
with the ev.u'i equivalent in the moneys of the principal countries staled
on llie lace of cacti cheque,     Ihey arc economical, absolutely sale self-
identifying and easily negotiated. 3 3
REVELSTOKE    BRANCH—F. Nl. GIBSON. NIQR\
Our Doctors Anti-Septic Shoe is Proving a Winner
This last is filling a long felt want and its waterproof qualities are standing the test.
We carry a full line of the famous Pene-
tang Shoe pack and all kinds of rubber footwear.
Once a customer always a customer. Satisfaction guaranteed.
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
Boot and Shoe Repairers, Saddler* Harneet Makers
come awaits the public at all   these      (»u week days—Holy     Mass    every choir.   Strangers and visitor nre ln-
gervlces, morning at 7:80,     Confessions     arejvitcd to tbe services.
Gun Club SM
Following
the
nis  ninile    at
Revelstoke
the weekly shoot ul the
Hun Club:
Sturdy, 21,  23,  23, 24,  total 91.
Milium I!. 21,  23,  23,  24,  total  91.
Itlckelson,   22,   23,   23,   23,   total  91.
Foote, 22,  20,  23, 21, total    •
hr.   ilil.si.ii,   l».   IT.
I'M,
M "    15,   31.
I aOlttll   ' Bl   M
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thl    range il       Vancouvei
Armstrong     Hallfe
Quebec,   84;    null,    Ottnwn    29;   Pol
st'-r,  Ottawa, 31;  Mitchell, Toronto,
29;  Richardson,  Victoria, 33; Battel
ibtll, Winnipeg, 33; total,   149
ALEXANDRA  COP
Tin' Alexandra cup      '■ ■ ■•
t mi Iiy Tlppini uf Esi i-i. nf thi i
nadlans Sergl Arm i ing ■■■■•■ 8th,
pte, Mcl'lii'ison ' '. and Jcigt. Battei
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CATHOLIC OHURCH,
St.  Francis    ul    AssiKii      Catholic
church, corner ol    Fifth    street    und
McKonzie avenuo.
Services—On nil Sundays, except
the fourth of each month. Low muss
with Communion of i'he Faithful at
» ii.ni. Hiirh Mass at 10:110 a, ni..
Christian    Doctrine   for children
hennl  every evening niter 7:30
In the mornings before Muss.
J.  0.   McKenzie.   P.
nnd
PRBBBYTBRIAN OHUROH
Rev.    J.    VV.    Stevenson,     minister
Regular services on    Sunday at   11
H.m.   and  7:30  p.m.;   Sunday    school
and  adull   llihle classes  nt  2:30 p.m.'p.m
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     at   Mill-week  prayer  meeting on  Wednes
2:30  p.m.   Rosary  with  Beniliction of   dny  nt 8 p.m.   Henrty  congregation- ! niunion   on   tho Third   Sunday    alter '• extended    to   all   services
The Blessed Sacrament 7:30 p.m. nl  singing nnd apccinl music hy    the: Matins.   Sunday school  every      Sun-i made  wolcomo.
ST.  PBTBR'B  OHUROH,
Holy    Communion    every Sunday
morning at 8 a.m.. and after morn
ing prayer on thc lirst Sunday In
each Month.
Rev.  ('.  A.  Procunler,  rector.  Matins at li a.m. uud Evensong u.t 7:3ii
every  Sunday.     Lit uny on  the
Second   Sunday,  aud  the  Ante-Oom -
day nt 2:30 p.m.   Choir practice    ou
Fridays ut 8 p.m.
BAPTIST CHURCH.
Une hlock west ol McKenzie avenue
on Second street. Rev. M. J. Chave,
11. A., pastor. Sunday services at
11a.m. and 7:30 p.m.; Sunduy school
und uilult llihle clusscs nt 8:30 p.m.;
Monday at 8 p.m., Young People's
Meeting; Weducsdny ut 8 p.m., church
Prayer Meeting. A cordial invitation
Strangers
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luiwiimiiiHiiiHi |
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The Range is the Soul of the Kitchen
FOR
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On Thir.l,    n"n
•   coursler.
UBTH0D1   i   CHURCH
I:,-,   n. .1   Mi tt tyre, imntnr.   Ber
lay iii  i i ii m   ii ii'I  •' 80
i, m , Sunday mi i nnd Young Peo
pie « Bible classes   tl     10 p.ni . vieit
,i  ■     |. in .  Kpworth lieague
meeting;  Friday evening, Junloi  and
ben   i  mi,.,,i   i rai tlcc    A cordial wel
The modern housewife knows the important
part the range plays in ilie household economy. She
knows how vitally important it it to eliminate from
the kitchon all possihle work, worry and waste.
And the range is the soul of the kitchen. Its
influence is felt every day and all day by the entire
family.
The Gurney-Oxforrl JVrir.ge is a strong advocate
of modern household economy. Not only docs it
rook and hake wilhoul disappointment or failure,
but it is a positive influence for economy. It burns
less coal it requires less attention it conserves
time.
Modern woman demands in her work modern
time and labor saving idcr.s, and modern woman is
right. The Gurney-Oxford Range is the fruit of
constant effort, research nnd experiment to make
and keep abreast of modern ideas of efficiency. The
Gurney-Economizer (which is licensed for use only
on the Gurney-Oxford range) for regulating the
drafts by one action: the Gurney method of dis*
tribuling heat to all sides and corners of the oven:
the improved Gurney grates, combine to make the
Gurney-Oxford range the standard of efficiency and
the foremost exponent of modern household
economy.
Revelstoke fiardware Co.
REVELSTOKE, H.C. BATURDAY, JULY 20th, 1812.
THE MAIL-HERALD,  REVELSTOKE
SATI'RDAY,   JULY  Doth.   1912.
MALAKWA NOTES
With I Ms issue ol the Mini Herald
word  goon  [mill     thut     the   lieautHul
townsite ui Malakwa Is placed on the
market. Here in un opportunity
thut will nut repeal Itself, yuu will
iimi nothing like it along the main
line u( the O.P.R. The owners ure
putting thm townsite ou the market
(or u quick sale nt the low price at
from $75 to *i7r>, lor the lirst iuu
lots, nfter that prices will lie re-ud-
justed. So come curly and get lirst
choice, und secure u homo or uu investment in what is to be tbe best
Inland town m B.C.
With all of its natural resources-
unlimited water power, over 14,000
ucres of fruit und vegetuhlo nud buy
lands, within a radius of four miles,
with      mineral      indications,    in   the
i :i i.i.mi   tiie central spot of     tho
Garden of Kden Vulley, over thirty
miles either wuy to the nearest town
on the main line ol the C.P.R., with
station,   store   and      sideing   already
located, also school, public ball -4x
10, where church and Sundny school
is held every Sunday.
Mulukwu has iie.nh ,i mile "f river
frontage of nice even bank about 2olt
above high wuter. The Eagle river
makes almost a ball circle around tins
nle.il iily, only u small tract Was aV
tillable for this lownmte, but every
lol i.s u good site to build o n, with
natural drainage and surroundings,
and central.) located 346 nrtlee from
Vuncouver nnd 800 miles frnm Calgary, also cernrally located between
thc famoUsArrowhead and Okanagan
lakes, and only n drive ol twelve mi.-
cs over u nice level road to the Shus
wap lakes, muking the ideal spot lor
the sportsman and thc larmer, who
wants to live in town and have a 6
or  l'i acre tract.
For further information apply to
the townsite owners at Mulukwu. or
any of their agents, who will huve
lull authority to make sales und give
informution.
. . It Might Be Cold. .
BTJT
It is always hot in the plunge at Halcyon Hot Springs,
whose natural hot medicinal waters are the most wonderful health restorer on the Continent. Our.record of cures
of rheumatism and other chronic complaints is unequalled^
and verilied by our gratified patrons. Located among the
greatest scenery of Canada, easy of access,—the Sanitarium is luxuriously fitted and finished for comfort and
convenience of guests.
Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
T.   ALBEET     STOINE      JPJROI3.
I
Wm. BOYD, Proprietor,
Halcyon, Arrow Lakes
Union  Hotel
IIJTJST NEWLY REPAIRED
RATES,      .      $1.50 PER DAY
Weekly ami monthly rates to be arranged.       Meal Tickets, 21 meals for f6.U0
FIRST STREET, KEVELSTOKE, B. C
A. P. LRVB8QUB, Proprietor
Laughton C& Tapping, Props. First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
European Plan
Open Day and Night. - Meal Tickets, $6.00
MONTHLY BOARD
Strictly First Class
Rooms Single, cn Suite
and with  Bath
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged   and Improved.    Kimt-Class in every respect.    All modern convenience!
Large Sample lloomo.
Rates. $2.00 per day        Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
HOTEL CLIMAX RESTAURANT
■—■—— OPEN NIGHT AND DAY U
White Help Only Employed
Board by the Day or Week
Night Restaurant—Short Order
W. C.  BATCHELOR,        -        cTWanager.
Rosedene Nurseries
Revelstoke. B. C.
House Plants, Ferns, etc.
Cut Flowers, Roses, Carnations, etc
Thos. Newell, Prop.
Designs Box SI
Phone 295
U12!SH "?J?L      J.P. SUTHERLAND
AKI1UA HKAl), ». 0.
fperlal At'nnllnn given to commercial
men and innristn. Hirst-rlai" sample
rooms. Finest scenery In llrilioh Columbia, overlooking I'pper Arrow Lake.
Transfer     Draying
Handling Pianos a Specialty
W. J. Lightburne, Prop Phone 42 -   Night Phone 85
Dates for B. C. fall Fairs
Uritish Columbia's lull lair dates,
uow compiled, show dates ranging
Irom August 10-17, the week ol the
Vuncouver exhibition, to October 30-
81, wheu the Summerlund exhibition
will be held. Following is the list:
Arrow Lakes—October 4-5.
Alberni—September ID.
Armstrong—October  10-17.
Uuru,uitluui—September  'in.
Delia Coola—October 30.
Cowichan—September  20-21.
i uiiff.—Uclober 3
Coquitiam—September 20.
Chilliwack—September  19-21.
Central   1'arK—September  12-1!.
Craubrook—Septemuer  18-13.
Delta—September  20-21.
Craud Forks—September 20-27
Creeuwood   September 20.
Coldeu—September  21-25.
Isluuds—September  18.
Kent—Scptemlior  12-13.
KuinloopB—September   18-19-20.
Kelowna—September   20-27.
Kaslo—October   15.
Lungley—September 25.
Mission—Septemlier   24-25.
Muple   Ridge—September   25-20.
Mutsqui—September  20-27.
Nanaimo— September   17-18-1'J.
N.  and  S.  Saauich—October 4-5.
Nicola—September 26.
North   Vancouver—Septenrbtr 7.
New   WcHtmiiiBter—October   1-5.
Nelson—September   22-211-25.
New Denver—Octolicr 2.
Penticton—September mt.
Hevelstoke—October  8-9-10.
Hiehmond—Septumlwi   25-20.
Sbawnlgan   Septemlier 18.
Salmon   Arm—September 27-28.
Sumiiierluntl—October 30-31.
Surrey- September 24.
Trail—September  25-20.
Vernon—October 23-24.
Vancouver—August  10-17.
Windcrmorc—Heptomber  20-21.
Victoria—(Provlnolal exhibition)
Septemlier  24-28.
Howson's Furniture  Sulc starts  on
July 13th.
Four and Kight neres Iruit land (or
sale  near cemetery.—H.N.  Coursler.
See   Howson s  (multure  windows on
Saturday.   July   13th,   lor  sale  priceB.
In l'Jll Howson's put on a Furni -
turo nnd Carpet Sale which pleased
and Batislliil their many customed.—
This sale will (ar exceed that ln values. Come and see the stock on the | tb.irt.ymx barbarian negroes, British
13th of thia montb. subject*,   were  engaged    to  act     aa
SLAVERY IN
SOUTH AMI-RICA
Slavery in  iis Worst Form-
Natives  Burned at Stake
London, July 8—There hns just
come to light here through a report
on tbc South America rubber trade a
terrible scandal ol atrocities practiced ou native workers. Keports ol tortures employed are more shocking
tbau the stories ol the Congo hor -
rors. Tbe inaccessibility ol tbe country hus prevented the knowledge ol
tbe barbarities becoming public sooner  thuu uow.
The atrocities were uucovered by
Sir lloger Casement, 11.M. consul at
Ilio de Juuciro ...mv i "h, who was
sent by the Hruish Government tu the
Amazon district to investigate the
1 stories us to the way 111 which the
Knglish company employing lli.i.sti
subjects ami uegrovs (rum the llui
budoes bad been carrying out the
work  ot collecting rubber.
In the district of l'utuuiu)u dwell
a number ol Indian tribe*, says the
report. They   weie  docile,  trustful, 10-
■pomnve to go>M treatment aud   uu
corrupted, In mt there mi,miii •!
on tin: scene bbe linn of Alalia Uro-
lliers,   wuo,   in   un   unuugcmcul   with
the Peruvian government, secured   a
monopoly of expoi lution uud commenced the woik ol rubber collection
SLAVERY  IN   WORST FORM,
The uuly labor on the spot waa
that of the nutive* and, accoruiugly,
tbe slave trade wu, introduced iu its
worBt lorm. There is hardly uuy par-
ullell in the whole history ol tbi« ue-
lurious Until' to the honors which
speedily were introduced under the
pretended system ol paying natives
for the unremitting toil they wero
compelled to perform in turning to
protltable account lor others their
own propel ty which had without thc
slightest consideration been wrested
from them.
At tirst neither the Uritish government nor the public had any part in
tbo campaign of greed, lust and blood
llut  Ibis  was changed in   1905,    wben
Latin-American 61.-
deputiee  to  the
busters.
They were no worse thau thc men
who employed them, but but from
that ume a regime ast iu wbich was
characterized by dreadful acts ot
cruelty and revolting crimes. At this
Btuge the concession for collecting
rubber was sold to the Oeruviaa-Am-
azon Compauy, a Uritish trading con
cern. Kubber had to be obtained and
tbe native* were compelled to obtain
It. Tbere was nu pretence ol justice.
SA*   MOTHERB   UL'HNEU.
Adults *elc Uo*ged bccuUBt ol
tbeir u*u suurtcuuiinge in rubbei
collecting, una puieuis ,ui those ol
tueir little cmlureu, who were forced
to siunu ny »lme mulbcts were burned to oeutu. .ueu auu women lor defaulting ou tne >iuuutii) ul uttenipc-
ing to escupe, Were suspended by tu*
aims, twiauea nehiud tbeir bucas uuu
tied ut tue wiisls, uud ibey were
theu, in tins aguuiziug position, auu
witn tueir leet well above tbe gruuuu
scourged on tbe.i limbs aud lOWV
back.
lt wus no uncommon piaci.ee tu
puur kcIu.cuv uil ou meu anil wumeu
and theu set tire lu them, tu buru meu
al the staae, lu dash uut ti.v Mia.:.
uf children, lu hack uli bulb arms
und ...in icgM, leuviug Ihem tu a sluw
dealt, ou lhe paUiWuye. A chiel, wbu
refused lu betray tbe refuge ul hi*
lulluwers  was  au  UBated.
CUT  OFF   falAHS   OF   UV1NO.
It wus a lavuiitc practice tu cut ut)
the ears ut living persons. Slav*
gangs often were utarved They d.>.l
ni then lung mui cl...* under burdens
ua heavy aa tbeniselv.s. The chain
guug ottlcials look l.te merely foi
amusement. One day oue man killed
tweuty seven peraoua, ahooliug sume,
j cutting oft lbe beuds ol other*, and
j bunging up the reat.
Oue mau tied up u boy and poured
kerosene uil uvei Ins long hair, set it
ainv am! tbeli threw Inm into a Hre.
The boy ci earned and begged to be
taken out,  but be  wus soon burned.
No regurd whatever was paid to age
'or aex. Wumvu were killed uh fre
tiucntly uh men. A mother with ber
baby would bo caught on an expedition and beheaded with a knife. Often
they  ware tied to a tree aud shot ut.
An Indiau chief was burned alive
in tbe presence of his wife aud rlnl
dren. The wife was then beheaded
and tbe children dismembered and
thrown Into tbe fire. Two hundred
laibe* a day was a rommon penalty.
Offences against morality were perpetrated often under circumstance* of
fiendish ingenuity. SATURDAY, .U'l.Y Mth,  1912
THE   3Vi:^.irJ-I3:E^^.Lr),si^E"V-E!LSTOK:E
SATURDAY, JULY ISOtb, 1912.
funeral of Mr. t. McGaghran
«.i    Romoth  ovoi   twu.  the    Judge
ii tninlnp   ihul   iho  ilnfoiulunl      was
111-111it-.I in ii'i accepting tho birds
\i  i hul   i Inm he reserved hlR decision
ns I"  lh ' I'.iinili'i  i Lmiii.  but   hus sini'i'
for  Mi    tIrigor.
I'b.        .ui   Important   decision      to
ubl      i.i<
ond Ing
"ii   birds  lo  . in. ii ,ini him  ihi'iu  lor  nl
eon  ilnj
Edward  McGaghran,     late euperiti
tendent  ol  the   Arrow  Laki i   Lumber
i 'a     Ai row hi ., l,   past ed aw ij   In  thc
"M  thi   il
on  ol   the   12th  Inst,   Intestinul   pa ilti >    odors,  und II
iva     ■        mmi Hate  cause  moni   ii.lvl.able  (or  uny
,,;  deal       H     remains   were enieroU
.    Hi velstoko
. 16th Inst.
Dei ea ■ ■ lour   yeai
bas    i":.    ipi nui
the ' rti nsive     gging aud milling op
erai                 ■ lu the n Igh oi
hood ■    v""w
,. ikes  Lun   •     Co. Hi    work  oai ned
Ior him the i ";  the
OSS,
Mr.
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BUSINESS LOCALS
Meel  nm ui   I'"' Savoy,
Bl    i dtictlons hi habj carriage, al
i lowson's,
Moat chests al   Howson'., tor $8,110
and $5.00.
I'hocolatos,   drop
Fi
really  cln
has lustcil   hi al  tho Bugar Bowl.
tbe  fij present   yeui.
'■'I.    li'l.,,:,i   ,    : ;, I I.m
y, Mr. Lamb, un
til tin    lay ol I      ill uth.
,. . Aral :    Mi' laghi iu     was i till     u
• man.   Hi 83 yeni
i   i      his
. ul
, 11 M..!,...
right  lutitid inm
■ , et   mills  :n
ilisti let, be
li   •-  be    am    I        Briu.-h   Col imbiu
i     ...    ,,.       ,
hi tlrsl   employed  ou
thi    '■.: . ii   work over
mpleti rledgi   and a
orgy ea ml itet   the  highly
osltion  of  s ipei inl     I
i:.'     D ilso .'   i'.il i ner lu
\ .iii.i iiorulosa Machine, c, trom
i'2u upwurdB. bldlBou I'houographs,
Irom fl'J.60 upwards. Hrvulsijko
Music stoic, McKensle Avenue.
h. n i lorget, peaches and oream ul
the  .mi..ii.
The "Sugui Bowl" lee cream is
iuu .ii passed,
11 >  imh   ol  l'i obyu's special dishes
ui iti  .i' .iin called the "Cui puthlan'
Smile.
I , ... re ('"ml land Ioi ale near (J.
I'H. hotel, • II. N. Courslor,
Ouly a lew hummocks loft at llow
son c.   Wu offer those ut greatly    ro
.lui'utl  prices.
Low  prices  on   Wicker  furniture ut
WANTED   furnished  house,    central, I
Btittable for smnll family,  no chll
ibi'ii.   Write  Mall Herald,   Box  914, '
\\ \\ I'Kii Teat li.'i' fur Mount Bogbie
public si'liiiul. Apply ll. Smytlio,
Bec.-TreoB.   Salary,   $i,ii  per month
\\ VNTU1U
ipoleut girl    lor
house work,  three lu lamlly, Apply
Mail Herald Ollice,
Knit BALIS Bookcase Writing desk.
Apply Miss Mi'iM'ii/.ie, ut Mrs.
Snider'.. Third streot.
FOR sm,,', v im. i. in ton-roomed
houso, stunned on Third struct,
RevelBtoke, in host residential dis-
trlct. inspection Invited, Apply
to Mr. w. suldei, fund a', out,
Uevelstoke, li. t'.
WANTlfD Live agents lor qulckssll-
lug novelty ol Invaluable usefulness
Write i'.u. linx 13, Vernon, B.O.
FOR SAI.l: House and Lol on Connaught Avouuo, one hall block [rom
First Street. I'rice, J15U0, oaay
liu ms.
the  arm Mcliaghran    and  Howson's next weok.   Watch the show
. !. ul Arrowhead. ! window.
Hi   •■ : .: 'I  wot I hy mem-
MUSIC—Mis. Johuson, pupil ul A.
Miller, F.R.A.M., Loudon, is prepared io i.ism a limited number ol pupil, lor miii,hi in uiusiu. For term,
apply  at      the      resilience  ol   J.     K.
Johns..il,   lust   boUSO   WOSt  ill   tbe   boa
pitul,   Kirst   street.
I ■ : lie   was      a
Knight  ol  Pj thias nnd n I'ast i ihan-
i thi    lirowh ind   lo Ige.      I le
al '   order  ol   Hoo-
i a i i. ied  member     of
Benevolent   Ab
Booiation 'i be
entered till a very young  mun
al     -      I home in i ml irio, I
__t . i '
i   i oinniuuity in
■     [oi     lidwurd   FOR  SALE   Cottage  on   Lake  shore
McGag uere anything, wns      lot  at     Cuuoe,  lacing good    Sandy
Double hou io in i' ni an First si.,
thirty dollars net month. Apply
Uevelstoke i lenoral  Agenolea, Ltd.
FREE      Boys and Girls, sell 24 articles     al   1 in-,  each  ainl  receive    a
really  usoful fountain pen tree. —
Write Milan Suppl]   Co., Dept, six,
\ I I null,    B.O,
TO  LET   Modern house on McKenzie
Aveuuo,   vacant   June   lTitb.      Apply
Tbo   RevelBtoke   General Agencies,
Limited.
WANTKD
lOaeii proposal musl be nccompanlotl
hj  au accoptetl cheque or    certlttoate
in   ilQpoB'll   on   n   Chartered   hank       ol
t'liiiiiiln,   uiaae   payable   I"   the   Hon
nui'aiile Him Minister of Public Works
ior  ilie Bum oi  $H(IOi  wblcb slmll    bo
forfeited II  tho purty     tendering do
iIiiim in enter     Into   contract   whon
culled  i i in Jo so, ur if In- Iml In
complete tbo work contracted lor.
Tho ■ ln',|iies or I'i'i'iilicait's uf deposit
of unsuccessful toudot'ors will be l'0'
turned to thom upon the execution ol
ihe contract.
Tenders will uol bo coiiBldored unless made out on the lorms supplied
signed with tlve actual signature of
the tonderor, aud enclosed In tlio on
velopoB furnished.
The   lowest or uny tender not ue-
fM siiiiiv accepted,
J,  K. QBIFFITHl
Public Works Engineer,
Department  of  Public  Works,
Victoria, B.C.,  July  intb,  1912.
Jiss.   July  17 lu Aug JI
bis evei   Iui 11 a
comfort  i■'  bis
ilthlul   measure  ol   bin
..'.. -  - .....  -    . tion    to     tbe
rnotlmi, two        tb    - and u s:-t  i 	
i mourn bis loss. I
Tbe  : im ■ a    l iok   place  li om     tbe
Catl " ..       and  ;n a.Llu.mi    tu
vlng chiel mourners,    there —	
were preeei    a large number of friends   FOR SAI.K    I'out   Scotch  collie  pups.
l.M.u'li    Km   lurther  particulars  np
ply  .Miss  II.   L.   Wright,  Canoe,B.C.
'I'n RENT—Nicely furnished front
room un Third Btroet, one block
muuih of McKenzie Avenue. Quiet
house, BUitable lor gentleman, Apply Box 284,
used,    as- j
■   trlbuti   '■:
respect.   Rev,   Father  McKenzie  ■'■'■'
■   ■    coffin   was   covered      With
- and lloral  offerings'
.v. :•       tt h.i  li   li.un
the I ith from Mr. and Mrs
H.   Jj:.:.- in;  urn .  Knights "I
i . • ft 'in  Iriends ol i lal
trom Mi   and     Mn
li  : .    -,'...       mu   Miss   Hi iei   Reid;
■   ::   m Mr.  .»:..i   Mrs.  tt.lt.   Reid;
■   a and Rein cc i
m Mr.  mill  Mrs.    II.
i and
f
and
fond remi mains    were
:    - ' ' - last
I- -' ng  ; iace.
Apph io \V. i'..   Wats	
Uiiiiw.iv Station.
RSt     Ol     tilt
Notice to Contractors
LOCK II'.    Sll.v ISRTON.
Sealed  Toudet's,  superscribed  "Ten
der    lul     Lock Up,    Sllvei loll."    v\ ,11    In'
received by the Honourable tbe Min
Ister of Public Works up to 12 o'clock
noon un Friday, the 2nd day of August, 11(12, for the erection and com
pletion ol a lock up nt Bllverton, in
tho Slocan Electoral Dlstriot, U. C.
Plans, specilications, contract, und
forms uf tender maj bc seen on or
aftor the l-'tli day ol July, PJ12,    at
. the olllces of the Constable In charge
Ni.i   Denver,  B.   t'.;  the Government
Agents,   Revelstoke,   Kuslo  and   Nei
Bon;     und the Department  ol  Public
Works,  Parliament  Buildings,  Victor
I ia, ll. C.
Sealed Tenders addrossed to tl"'
undersigned and endorsed on the envelope "Tender lor the construction
of u residence lor the Superlntondunt
of the Experimental Btatlon at lu
vermere, near Athalmer, B.C.," will
ho received up lo i p.m., on the First
duy ol August, 11)12, fur the several
works mid material, required In the
erection of a residence lor the Superintendent oi the Experimental rt.u-
tinii nt Invermere, near Athalmer,
H. C,
Specltlcattaus and plans ean bo semi
uu application to Mr. Duncan Audor
sou, Athalmer, B.O.
bin' li tender must, be accompanied
by au accepted cheque on a chartered
bank, puyable tu tn.' Honourable tbo
Minister ot Agriculture, ouual to ten
per iim ui tno whole amount, ol tlle
tender, which cheque will be lortolted
ii the Individual or company sending
ii .Imi Inns to cuter into a contract
wub ium Department or lulls to complete tho building.
Tho Department dues uot bind It-
Bell i" accept the lowest, or auy ton
der.
Newspapers publishing this adver -
tisement without authority will not
be paid.
A. L. JARVIS,
Assistant   Deputy   Minister,  anl
Secretary of Agricuitut
Department ot Agriculture,
Ottawa,  20  June,  uum.
NOTIOB
RoveUtoke Luud DiBtrict.
Dlstriot   ot   West  Kootonay.
Notico  is hereby given thut 1, Ado-
: lunl s. Blondln, ol Halcyon,   B. C,
I occupation   Shipwright,  intoud to u,>-
i ply   Ior   permission  to  purchase    tho
lollowing described laud;
Commencing ut u post planted   20
i'liu iuu south uud 11) ehuins west Irom
the South Kast Cornor ol Lot 71)72,
Group Ono, Kootenuy District, nud
marked "A1 S' Dlumlin's North Fast
Corner l'ost" theuce Bouth -111 chnins,
thonco wont 21) chuius, thonco north
■10 chains, thenco eust 20 cbuius moro
or Ious to the point ol commoni-.o -
mont, and coutuluiug KO acres, moro
or loss.
Dated this 25th June, 1912.
ADblLAHD  H.   ULONUIN.
NOTICE.
Uevelstoko Luud District.
District ul  WeBt Kooteuuy.
Take notice that 1 Alice HUlmau,
nl tleiiuid, B.C., uecupatiuu Married
Woman, intends to apply tor permission to purchase the (ollowing described lands:
Commencing at u post planted on
the North shore of Trout Lako about
10 cbuins west uud 20 chains north
irom the North Wost Corner ol Lot
TSlili, thonco oust 211 chaius, thenco
south 20 chuiiiH, theuce Wost 20
chuius or less lo shoro o( Trout
Lake, 20 ehuins moro or less to
point ol commencement, and containing about 40 acres moro or less.
Dated  18th duy o( Mny  1912.
ALICH   H1LLMAN,
Per  Lnnee  Ilillinnn,  Agent.
beoerai Election
■: ittaw'o
it  both |
i . .  nei ul
• ■
; •    says
■
•'
be
.
• spring,
i ■ :
:   .
icy  to toe pi •   ■
pt a policy
■
'
t. .     ..
outlined
on
Li
. -
«
■
Ug
■
Interesting CnicKen Suit
v lecid
ed ln .V'ancoui
tnsoo        (trlgor,
11.  Vi. Gri| Ri     m id, oi dere i
360  puiii is, "(  whicli  ma
■blpped.il thai
th' bird, acre suffering from roup,
Mr. 'ii gor "•' •-■■' il'- bird., and
tVllliai '    Ioi  the e
Mi.  'Ing
n,  .-i  tbe   left act    ntered   i  counti i
birds
(iv h cl   oohti > ' The
^uiuunt ul the pountel c1*»uj tnvplved
*-»?»*,«,.. ar*
SWS    •;
\!i. £-
" Highly   Recommended."
" I would certainly recommend that you get » Gurney-
Oxford, Mary. Mother had one, and when I furnished
my house. I f?ot one. Every maid I ever had hai
been entHus-r'st'c about the Gurney-Oxford."
"What are it.5 good poinl
" Well, the best is that it cooks and bake* like a dream.
1 never tasted suc'n golden brown biscuits or such flak*?
pa.try as my Gurney-Oxford turns out, and roasts,
fowls and puddings are alway3 a success.''
" Is it easy »o operate ?"
"My dear, it's simplicity itself. The Gurney Economizer, which you canrol get on any other ringe,
regulates the fire simply by putting one small lever up
or down. You never heard of anything so simple.
And by a system of divided flues the oven ia always
uniformly heated. You know what that means biscuits,
bread, roasts, not one half overdone nnd the o»her half
underdone, hut properly done all through. Yes, my
dear, you take my advice as I took mother's, and get
a Gurney-Oxford Range."
Revelstoke Hardware Co.
Revelstoke, B. (J.
NOTIOB,
Revelstoke  Land  outrlst.
District "I  West Kootenov.
Take notice that     Karaesf     /*unlf
Mayer, ol   Vlineapolis, Minnctta, oc-
rk,  Intends  to npply for
rchase 1 he foil >wiug
.
at   .i     ist | Ian    I   m
the    Sol th west  Col ner  ul   Lot  -1 It)
•  ,
- uth ■' rusins,
chain, to point uf
nd    '  ntalnlug     li.u
.■■SB.
•   .   1912
\L 'IF   M '.VKIt
NOTIOB TO OREDITORS
In the matter ol tho Estate of William Herbert Jollifle,   deceased;
Notice is hereby given thut nil
creditor, aud other, having ciuims
against the Estate ol William Herbert .1..Iiiiii', lute ol Kevelstoke, B.O.
deceased, who died at Revelstoke on
or about the Illli duy ot June, Wiil,
are required to scud to the undersigned Solicitors fur Charles Jollifle
administrator ol tlie Bstate of suid
deceased, within lit) duys trom date
mil particular, ol their claim., duly
ver I bed, and tbut alter Unit date the
suid Administrator will proceed to
distribute tlie suid Estate amongst
iiiiisc entitled thoreto regard being
bud only lo those claim, ot which
said Administrator slmll have then
received notice,
Duted July 6th, 1912.
Harvey, MeCarter and Pinkham,
Solicitors for Cburles Julliue, Administrator ol tbe Estate of tbu
suul deceased. oudys.
MINERVA
PURE PREPARED
PAINT
FOR EVERY  USE
IN  THE  HOME
M1NKBAL    AiT   NOTICE,
tjpsulow,  Jorkins aud    I'ark Fractional  Mineral Claims, situate in tue
huul  i.iim'  .viinuij;  tiivisiun  ot West
nooieuuy District.   Wnere located .
un nival Northern Mountaiu.
i'ase n dice that I, n.n..v. Wilkie,
ucting as agent lor ibe irue fissure
iilmng and Milling Company, Limited
free Miners Cerlincate u.47Sti, In
tend, sixty nays (rom date hereof, to
a,■!■!> in mr .vhiiiii^' Recorder ior u
i ■ 11.Hi-Hi.: rn  improvements, tor   tlie
irpose  "i obtaining a I rown Urant
..: iim above claim,
.mi.I   lurther  iukv.  notice  that  unt-
.uii, under SLiitiuu a, umst be eom
nn'iH'i'ii     iM-iinc the Issuance ol BUch
ate oi improvements.
Dated  tbis  1Mb duv  ui  July,  1912.
o.  B.  N.  WIUUB,
Sash, Doors, Mouldings' Turnings
W   are in the manufacturing business
Sash,  Doors, Mouldings,  Turnings, Show
Cases,   Office and  Bar   Fixtures,  Screen
Doors and Windows made to order and all
kinds of repair work done in good order.
We have a lull line of building supplies, lime
cement, plaster,  Hard Wall Finish, bricks,
Sewer Pipe, Plaster Plaster Board, Roofing
cTWetal, Lath and all kinds of Glass, Oils,
Paints, Varnish, all colors and tints.
Much pleasure in quoting anything in the
Building Line.
REVELSTOKE SASH AND DOOR FACTORY
P. O. Box 295,  Revelstoke, B. C.
RAPID  TRANSIT
NEW TRANSFER BUSINESS
JUST OPENED
We make a specialty of the rapid transit of Trunks and
Light Loads.   Give Us a Call.
Albert Abrahamson
REVELSTOKE,  B.C.
Day Phone-No.  44. Night Phone-229
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3
JUST   OPENED IJ
E REVELSTOKE OYSTER AND CHOP HOUSE »
A New Short Order Restaurant and Eating House
Only   White ..Cooks   Employed
Have had 15 years experience as a caterer
Keguliir $5.25 Mcdl lickct for live Dollars.
I
i
S J. Pappos and J. Chitsas.     ■    Proprietors 1
Mucnonno Avenue, Hevelstoke, B. C ,?
Cement Sidewalks
-
torn* •»
-
*
-
'   ■
" ■ ■
■
I h-r.'. ■  M.*a'».  P.ia'      Fn.aaal
of Van    .     Imt ...,.   uir.n..
NOTIOB.
V..i   ,i   License  to  lake  an.l  IMO Wali'l
Notico is    hereby    given O'aL the
■ unailiuD i ,n ni,  ituilwuj i umpuny "l
vaucouver  nml  Montreal,   will  uyiil)
euse tu talte mid use uiiu cun
iti    uut of i auyuu Ureen
vih. ii Ua ••     ii .i nortnei iy     iliroci ion
ll i, mi    nmpl les    into
...I I..     Illvei     h'mu   Uerrard.     '1'bc
h  illvei led about mn" [set
hi  Him      a,tin   tank      ut.
.umi  .viii  be used Ioi  general
   tbi   I   rn.  <".
.  wuy.
...i ,. . .'.    nil    I III-
m da) "i Ju ■
a.ii   i.r   Bled in   tbe
i   ii.-. "i ilei   .,1 Kov
■   mi    mny   In   HI
i .    .i   .
..i  Wati i   l( ri'1' . I'm Ha
, .i i. ....    B.l
il i wa)   Co,
applicant
k:   Ireland,   I ■
n, ii. c
Rfivelstoke
Hardwam Co
H.irriwaro,
Paints   etc.
PINtHIN. JOHN
if)N & CO
^^^m i n
band Wi' I i
.   .'..a Kootvna)
thai  I.  Jean Bai
Montreul,
o apply  lol    pel
I   |        III.'   lol 11
i n :   .-.iv
• ■   i   ■'. | 40 i llth nl
'    ii  ,,l     i.ui    , 172,
Hi. im .■   ."Hi i  . Ilium',  tbeni ■
b iiiib.     thence north   10 ch ilo
'■ in-i .1 i .'n    ■ balm i ■ poinl   ol
I "llllll. lr ' mi-lit ,      ' onl I
iiiiui' i.r Ithh.
n iiM-i   Imim   JMb, rn.'
i an BatlM a  Blondln,
Aolilui  a. UluuUlu, AjJt'Ul
Notice is hereby given that tlio
Municipal Uouncil oi tue Oorpora-
tion oi tbe i ity oi Kovelstosv, lu -.
iin,is tu unuertake thu construction
ot Concrete Uiuewalks, Curbs uuu
Orossiuge on and along
1.—The South Mule ol- Kinst Btreet
(rom Un- blast boundary ol urton
Avi'uiu' to the West hoiiniliiiy ol Hobson Aveuue, together with uil necessary  crossings.
'2.—Along   lhe   North   Side   ol   I'lisi
Btreet iioiu tue hust boundary ui
liituu Avenue to the Wesl boundary
oi McArthur Avenue, together wua
uil uecessury crossings*
8.—Along the North Si.Im ol Becond btreet trom the blast houuuuxy
ul im..a Avenue to tin- wost boundary ol Hallway Avenue, together with
nil necessary crosslugs,
1, .\loiii; the North Bide ol First
Btreet trom the Must boundary ol
Boyle Avenuo to ihe Hast boundary
ot Wynn Btreet together with uli tho
necessary i-rossin^a.
6.—Aloug the West Side ol Orton
Avenue Irom lhe South houmlury of
.•'nut Btreet to tlie .North boundary
ol thr lune, with a crossing ou tin'
said lane.
•.. Aloug Victoria tload lioui the
Viest boundary ol McKensle Avenuo
in Him Hail boundary w. Connaught
Avenue, together with uil uecessuty
crossings,
V.    Along   llic   Kus'   Sale   ol     I 'on -
uiingiii Avenue from tbe South boun-
vlaiy ol Victoria 1 oad to the hound-
niy ol Becond Btroet, togetbei with
.hi  neoessar)   crossings.
H. A I. mu the Smith Side of Seventh  Strfit lioin tin-  Kast.  h ulary of
MiKmizii' Avenue to the Went lioun-
• Iniy ..I Vernon Avenue, together with
.ni necessary crosslngo
< Along tbe Bout n Bl li ol Becond
Btreol from tho iv-isi boundary of
,\i. is.n.i.. Avenue t" tbi   Wost boun-
ilaiy ol Hallway Avi'iiue, together
with nil nocossai y crosstngi
i" Violin Un- Easl Bide ol Mc
\i i ia i »venue from tho s,,, th boun
lary "I Second Stroet to tbo South
iM.iu'iaiy ni Kn nt Street, together
with all necessary crossings.
According to ipeclflcatlono und es-
tlmatee prepared by the City BSngtn-
cer aiipuiuted lor the purpose, und to
the  exjiciiee  or  tout   thereol
above mentioned, and to bo beuolit-
ted     thereby, ami   thai u statement
showing the lund or reul property
liable to buy the assessment therefor
uud the naiii.'i. ol the owners thereol
im far as they can In" obtained, together with the Bpedncablona and eu-
11nmtcs ol the Oity Engineer and the
proposed assessment and report there
on ol the City Clerk, are uow ou llle
iu tbe office ol tbe City Olerk, and
open lol inspection by uil persons
.lining ollice hours.
The estimated cost of the work   is
*ll,r.i.vU of which it is inii'ii.Il-.I that
the City al large shall bear the whole
of the eust of the work on street
crossings and necessary retuiumg
walls, and one third ol the cost ol
the concrete sidewalk, the property
owners bearing two thirds ol the cost
of the suul Sidewalk, the totul cat,in
ah-.I .on.unit to l>e borne by tbe property owners being H5,*181ti uud by
the city  at  large  ♦S,^84.U7.
Any objection to the proposed un
deitukiug and assessment therefore
shull be mude by petition to the city
council within fifteen duys Irom tbe
dutc hereof. The persous entitled to
petition, being the ownurs ol tbe
luud  affected  thereby.
UHUCli A. LAW8(JN,
City Clerk.
Dated  ut   lleveletokc,   B.  C,   July
Did,  l'J12.
NUT1CB.
PUBLIO NuTICK is hereby glveu
thut the Oanadian Pacini; Ilml way
couipuuy did deposit In the Lund
Registry unite in the City o| Kum-
Iqpps on ihe .sth duy ol November,
l'Jll, uuder No. ')')) 1'luu, 1'roiile and
Book, ol Reference ol proposed spur
to he im. 11 in ii ,i by the said Cum-
puuy from its muiu liuu ut Mile
Hm,mi 4').s ueur thc luwu uf Sicamous, theuce ruuuiug Northerly and
North-westerly across the South-east
North eust und North-west quarters,
Section 1, Township '22, Hangs 8,
West of the i.t li Initial Meridiuu,
theuce Westerly ucrosB lots 11)80 und
:2-. Croup 1, Kumloops Division of
Yule District near Sicamous iu thc
Province ot British Columbia, to the
premises ol the Columbia Hiver Lumber Company, und thut thirty days
alter this notice or us soon there-
alter us the upplieaiion cun  bc beard
tho i'an.i,iimi Put-1nc Railway Oon*
pany   inteuds  to  upply   to the  Board
ol   Hallway   CemtDiSriioui'iB  for  Cuna
du fur uuthority to     construct     tbe
aforesaid ipur.
Datod tbe 12th day ot June, 1912.
E.   W.  BATE.MAN,
Local  Might of Wuy
nnd  Lenoe  Agent,
upon tbfl land or reul pioperty ubut-   Cuuadian   Pacitic   Railway Company,
tigs ou tbc parts o! *ucb itteeti ». Vwcouvor, B. 0, SATURDAY,   JULY  20th,   1912
THE ZMZ-AJCL-HIEIR-A-LID,  BEVELSTO IKI'E
SATT-HDaY,   JULY  2oth,   1912.
SYNOPSIS .OF COAL MINING
REGULATIONS.
Coal mining rights ot tbo Dominion
in Muuitobu, Saskatchewan and Al-
bertu, tlio Yukon Territory, tbe
North-west Territories and lu a portion ot tho Province of Uritish Columbia, may bo leaticd lor a term of
twenty-one years at uu annual rental ot +i uu acre. Not moro than
2,500 acres will be leaBod to ouo applicant.
Application Ior lease must bo mude
by tbo applicant in person to tho
Ageut or Sub-Agent ot tbo district
in wbich tbo rights appliod for are
situatod.
In surveyed territory tho laud muBt
be described by sectious, or legul
sub-divisions ol soctioiiB, nud in un-
surveyed territory the tract applied
for shall bo staked out by the ap -
plicuut   himself.
Kach applicuut must bo accompanied by a fee of 15 which will bo re-
fundod if the rights applied for are
not available, but not otherwise. A
royalty shall be paid on tho merchantable output ot tbo miue at tho
rate of five cents per ton.
Tbe person operating the miuo shnll
furnish tho Ageut with sworn returns
accounting for the lull quantity ot
merchantable coal mined aud pay tbe
royalty thereon, lt the coal miuiug
rights are not being operated, sucb
returns should be lurnnbed at least
onco a year.
Tbe lease will include the coul mia-
ing rights only, but the lessee may
be permitted to purchase whatever
available surface rights may be considered necessary lor the working ot
tbe mine at tbe rate of (10.00 an
acre.
For lull Information application
should lie made to the Secretary of
the Department ot the Interior, Ottawa, or to the Agent or Sub-Agent
of Dominion Lands.
W. Vi. CORY,
Deputy Minister ot the Interior.
N.B.—Unauthorized publication ol
tbis advertisement will not be paid
lor.
SALE   OF    MINERAL   CLAIMS.
lu the County Court ol West  Kooteuay   Holden  at  Revelstoke.
Frank  McAulay   vs.   Beatrice    Mines,
Ltd.,   iNon-personul  Liability.1
A.  A.  Bonian  vs.      Beatrice     Mines,
Ltd.,   iNon-persoual Liability.)
Jobn Gunderson and others vs.  Dea
trice   .Mines, Ltd.,    tNon-peisunal
Liability.)
Punuant to tbe judgements in the
above actious bearing date the 30th
June 1911, tbe order tur sale therein
coutuiued and the Direct.ous given
herein un the 2nd May, 1912, tenders
will be received by the undersigned
for the purchuse ol tbe following
mineral claims.
"Beatrice" Mineral claim being Lot
No. 4680, Group 1.
"Edmund" Mineral claim beiug Lot
No. 2634,  Group 1.
"Folsuni" Mineral claim beiug Lot
No. 4SS7, Group 1.
All situate ueur Camborne iu the
Lardeau Miuiug Division ut West
Kootenay District, D. C.
Considerable development work has
been done on  the Beatrice claim.
Tenders are io be made iu writing
•nd seuled uud marked "Teuder lor
Beatrice Mines property" and ud
dressed to tbe uudersigued ut Uev
elstoke, U. C, ou or before tbe 18th
day, of June,  1912.
The highest or any teuder uot necessarily accepted. Further particu -
lars ol the properly will be furnished
mi application to W. I. llnggs,
I'luiiititls   Solicitor,   Revelstoke,   B.C.
Dated this 8th duy of May, 1912.
W.   B.   MCLAUGHLIN.
Deputy  Registrar County Court,
Kevelstoke, B. 0.
First issue May 8, Iweeks.
NOTICE
The time for receiving tenders herein has been extended to August 1st,
1912.
UOYAL    NAVAL   COLLEGE   OF
CANADA,    HALIFAX,    N.S.
i'he next examination for tue entrj
of Nuvul Cadets will bc held at thc
examination centres of the Civil Service Commission in November 1912,
parents or guardians of intending
caudidaleB should apply to ths fcecre
tary, Civil Servlco Commission, Ottawa, for autry papers before 1st,
October next.
Candidates must bc betwcui the
ages of 14 and 10 on 1st JANUARY,
1913.
Cadets are trained lor nppoiniiuent
as Olllcers in the Naval BerVtce, the
0OIMM at tho College being two yeurs
followed by one year in a Train.ng
Cruiser, altar wblcb I ail to arc rat
eil  Midshipmen.
Further details cuu be obtained oi
application  to undersign.id,
li. J. DBBBARATB,
Deputy Minister of the Naval Set vloo
Dtparl nt ol tbc Natal EieiMca,
Ottawa,   Mm,   Mb,  1912.
Wst .mim June 22
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J
A Baked Potato
Potartoei are aucb familiar, every -
day articles of rood tbat hardly any-
mi.Iv considers it a problem to l>e
able t<i cook them properly, Yet there
nre good nml bad ways ol preparing
potatoes .uul probably the bad ways
ure tho ones most frequently used.
Tlio principal value of the potuto is
in its stnr.'h contents, hut it is valuable beside, un account of its min-
eral .salts and tmsuu-huilding Ingredients, In order to got full food value out of the potato, wo miiBt cook
ll in sucb away as will retain till of
these valuable luud elements. It ie
a bad practice tu peel potatoes, becuuso by exposing the part indirectly,
under the sldu—wblcb is tho most va
limbic part uf all—must ol its im-
portant Ingredients are lost. Tbo best
way tu cook potatoes is to bake them
in their "Jackets in an oven of 40o
tu 500 degree* Fahrenheit. when tbo
putatu is taken out ol th. oven it
must lm pricked with a hot fork or
broken ut once, to permit tho es. upu
uf the steam which has generated in
tho cooking process, and wbich will
otherwise condense into water and
muke tbe potutu soggy and indigestible. Ily doing this there is no chuncg
lur the food elements tu escape, and
il tbo potato is scraped out well
(rom tho skin (where lie the potash
salts) pretty full food value will be
secured. These potash salts help to
feed the cells of thc body und are ol
course very valuable. Never cut open a baked pututu; always break it,
otherwise ltwill be soggy and barely
ht to eat.
Tho ncit best way ol cooking po -
i.ii net is tu steam tbem in tbeir jack
• ts. l'otatoes cooked in tbis way are
delicious, and il tho peeling is done
careful.) very little ot the nutriment
is lost. Another good method ib to
boil the potato iu its jackot. This
takes loss time tbuu cither ol the
above methods, prevents any slow
dissolution of good material Horn ths
potato uud preserves the flavor.
li",,,.,, potuloes arc so lacking in
fat, prutcid, aud miueral matter it is
becoming tho rulo to serve tbem with
meats, au.l tu prepare tbem so as to
introduce tbo loud constituents tbey
..un. it,,;., whu want tu keep tu.u
sbuuld uut eat tuu many potatoes fur
tbe large amuunt ot stareh tbey contain  has   a tendency   to  produce   ulo-
•aty,.
Preserve food
To preserve loud so tbat lt will be
hi for use at sumo J.stair, day some
thiug must be added tu it to prevent
the growth ol tbs minute organ.sins,
Which result in whut we call "spoil
lug." For thui purpose beusoate ul
soda was widely used uuul Ur. Wiley
uud uthei  expert), declared M harmful
' to the human system.
Recent experiments in the bacteriological  laburntur.es  uf   the   Uuivers-
i
.ty  ol   Wisconsin  shuw   that  there are
Several  .pices to   be luund      in  every
Kitcheu  wn.i-n   w.ii  preserve luud    us
ellectively   us   l>eiuugte  ul  soda      uud
without any  duugei   i  i,
lluth Cinnamon uud mustard pusses,
valuable antiseptic properties uu ac-
tuuiit "I tbe large quantities o< aromatic oils whitn they contain. (Jinn*
ruic aldehyde .■• tbc most uct.ve ami
septic coustitueni ul c.uuuuiuu. uuu
lilt.Mtl, uf agi..in uf this added tu
IUU glum, uf apple sauce wus luund
tu prevent apu.liug ludeuuitul).
Ordinary cluves havo equally power
fui antiseptic  properties,   but  arc uu-
deatrabi. uu account ut    the   stroug
t m.ng   taste   they  give   the   food.
|    Uiugtr,     bluck   pepper  and  cayenne
pepper   nave  nu   value   whatever       aa
' food   preservatives.   Nutmeg   and   all
j spice retard  the apuihug    lur a    lew
days,  but not long euough to    make
them ul  any  practical value.
New lime Table
Un June Md, a new C.P.R. time
table came into .fleet for tbe sum -
mer, changing tbe hour, of arrival
and departure of lbe trains, which
ars as follows:
Ho.
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WKtST BOUND.
Arrive
  5.66  	
   i.U 	
 1*;40
Lieav.
 Mi
 06:66
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EAST BOUND
No.
4   .
14
2
Arrive  Leave
...114:45  UM
... 7:10   7:40
.11:65   12:15
BOUTH THA IN
Arrives  15:30,   leaves 7:40 a.m.
A fresb supply of Moure.' noted
chocolates bas just arrived at ths
Savoy.—Try theso.
Tbe biggest event of the season —
A llu.ink' Furniture Hale at How •
son's, which starts on the Utb.
On Third, nsar McKenzie avenue-
modern residence lor sale cheap.—H.
N*. Count**-. BATURDAY,  JULY  .'nth,  1912
rtJEiE 3vn^.irJ-ii:Ei??,^LrJr),,.'^K!VEiilsTOK:Ei
BATURDAY, JULY 20th, 1012.
VANCOUVER       !
EXHIBITION
f
Mining Exhibit bhould be Made
from the Kootenays
S'anci uvei e third annual cxlrib I
I'.ii k,     in
10 and  i miniug
August  17th,  will have u   com
und   ■ ai ii I i  Bhow ing     of
i-.:.. ■ .   aiiiiniil   show   ol   this
.;• sei.; i on  .n   tbe   Don il  Can
.. la.
T.U. ction of I in- lull. ono
. cupucit)
'  om  all  M.   I      il   Vi ■■■■■'■
• "..  I' : .     i how vi ill  bo
■ pei ted that
will
ee I ou tbe gn ti
the cattle,   Tbe  ainni
ala suov. aii    ome
'. it., i    i    'I he horse
ive made    a
nami   for then      •• cgurd to the
qualil.. .. the annual
 have iM-- n beld  I a
oi) lal      to
auy       Ao
i'ork city.
Agric :...  and hortii ■   dis
; la) i strong iti m  In      tbe
Th.   a..- u .i ts
of British <
comp
t produced
will , ■ ...       i
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tbt minini  n
::.:.   . .'iuce  tl
uiosl
.     i.i   ai     the
Dom mm:.•■.-   ol  mining  men,
:  operators,
congrej ich yeai
on tht something good
(rom in-    whose
. ...   ■ get ai  contact
\  promin
,   - -     - •!..; ii j "i New     "i ■•
Will inert   present   during
the  mow \ to gat ber     lu
,
follow t
'1'.. atun     i»        ■■    the
driving ■■ held
i   .     ■
t--... it .hi l the   motoi
, ' ikitor Tradt     \ - ••
ciat -    mi    the
I    ■ '    •  bave     I'cmii
i ,      [ six    jaces
.v.in  an average
al twenty entries.      livery
.   bat   taki n
r Hiding an i    the
ne
Are You Ready to Pay Cash for a Bargain ?
You will nave the opportunity of a LIFE-TIME during our Mid-summer
SALE, when our $25,000 stock of Furniture. Carpets, Bedding and
General House Furnishings will be offered at greatly Reduced Prices
THERM A.RE REASONS \YI1\   we arc holding ihis sale.     Wk will hk prank ahout it..     WE NEED THE
MONEY.    We are not going into Bankruptcy    Do not misunderstand us, but the new HOWSON BLOCK
cosl iis something to build, and we cannol sell the BLOCK  so we musl soil the  STOCK, therefore
we  have decided  to  place before  von our   TWFNTY-FIVE  THOUSAND DOLLAR
STOCK in order to raise TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS
Someone will get the Pick of the Bargains !    g
Are you going to he one of the fortunate ones?    Now is the time to buy thai   CARPET  or   RUG.    We are prepared
to give   ■, ■,'       discount on any RUG in our large stock, and 411    on a few whieh we have carried over from
last year.    Thc lirst to as>k foi these RUGS will be the lirst to get them.    SEE  lhat  our CLERKS
give you at least 33' t    discount on every article in our STORE  except  OSTERMOORE
MATTRESSES,   MARSHALL SANITARY   MATTRESSES,   SECTIONAL
BOOKCASES and KITCHEN CHAIRS.
NEVER was our Stock so large and complete in Dining Room, Bedroom and Parlor Furniture.
TWO Car loads of Goods placed on our lloor in the past ten days.
See  our Show Windows   this  week for proof of the
BARGAINS we are offering.   Special values in Couches,
Carpet Squares and Rockers this week.
We are offering GOODS al priees during this SALE on which we arc actually loosing money,   BUT WE MIST
HAVE   THAT TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS.
Thanking our many   CUSTOMERS  lot theii generous   PATRONAGE   in the past TWENTY-TWO  years  of
business in  REVELSTOKE, ue remain, Vours sincerely,
HOWSON & COMPANY, LIMITED
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to write; Just low  01   live words    l«
all that U  want**!  Miii  New  Weal
,„.,,,;,. 1 -ner making OM or two
Ol them.    And fui   this the New  Vi.at-
ciatlon,     ia
ottering aSrel  prta  ol liw ami     a
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, bill with New I'.ioimiikU&a fofJlfil
plans, which nre to place this c iy
un the freshwater FraBer Uivi't- In Hu-
lun-! 1  ••:  the  I'liiiiuiiii  ports    thai
will  bundle  thc  grain  nnil  othei   trgl
timi  .. .'..iu- tu llow  through thc
"big .l.'iii'   .im s'M'ii .iM a   is complet
,. 1     \|.    ,\.   11.   I'owell,  eminent   Iuu
im- engineer, who drev. the plane mill
L.,.t  out    the     estimates  .11  tin- ttrnl
place, ha    jusi   been engaged bj    the
111 ■  oxl'i 'i 1
. 1 mi- ol Hi.' lirst  ball million dollars
invc  licet
,1  the muni
.  ivati rlront   111 I  the ; 1
.,:   the 1 ntrj  nl  him t'.N 11
,,11 I   othei   11 iinseoiitineiitnls   int
city.
ti  jn    •   '     llayul   I.mm,
the    ni. negot
the  Kmpin   Ioi   I
bonds un  the     ni" '
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|,..lt   of   lllitl^-li   I'.ii'.tal   fill    S««
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Corporation it ihe City
of Revelstoke
CONING EVENTS
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WATER NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that William
111,ni    llu;.. itsnii,   ul   liivi Istoke,   li.C.
will  apply  lor allconseto t.ihe i.n.l
I... i'i.., 11.1.-i'ii Miners Inches ol water
out ol Cariboo Creek, which iluw.s Ln
a  southerly  direction  through  T.  13.
and T.   11.  43021,  aud  empties
Into Downie Creek, ahout  t»o miles
ti..111 its mouth, Columbia liner, 'lh.
wutei   will i.e divel ted .it  11 point  1,
Downie  I 1 eex,      r.n.i
hill  lie   ,...i  ioi '      purposes
e.l  .is   Lot  lul'J.i,
I..111 I   li sin. t.
-  uotice     ft'as   posted on     tlii
: ,\   ut June,   1912.
rhe nii: lieation  * ill  ...   Hie i    .n   tne
Reci ■■:■ i   nt  Bi \
ke,  H. C.
I  ; with the
lei   "i   with    the
Watei   Rights,      l'ar
B.C.
..1.1AM   B.   ROBERTSON.
I     .       a    Ai-ent.
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.   'Mint
HARVEY, McCARTEH
AND  PINKHAM.
Barristers,   Solicitors,   Etc.
iuiporial  Hunk  Building Revolstoke, B. O.
Money to Loan,
unices—Hevelitoke,    B.   0.,     aad
Cranbrook, B. O.
Ueo. 8. MeCarter,
A. M.  Pinkham. J. A. Harvey
Reveletoke, Cranlirook
ROBERT KM ITH,
Provincial  Land   Sltvefor,
Mining Surveyor,
EngiDeerini
UcKHNZlB AVE.,
BOX   W6,   REVBL8TOKB
Smoker's Supplies
Tin'obi rellnhlc now lms tlie largest nml besl line ol Smokers'
SuiiplloB ever In the Cily, uiul our prices arc i ik'11 ■ Fifty brands
o( cigars to chooso from, I'rice Irani $1.00 pel box up; not iniule
(rant scrap either.
Meerschaum  Pipes from $3.00 to $10.00
Calabash Pipes Irom $3.50 Up
mn. siock ol Calabash Pipes is sninll on account ol lbe
crop being n failure ibis yeur anil quality poor.
Briar Pipes in cases Irani .111.on np.
Ask for the famous II. B. 11. brand, lurry pipe Is guaranteed.
Cigar nnd Cigarette Holders, Oases nud Lighters, Pouches,
Ash Trays anil Pipe Backs. Tell us what you want and we wlll
suit vou. If you cannot call, phone 37 and goods will be scut lo
jour home for approval,   Buy early while stock is complete,
McKinnon's Cigar Store
ASK THE DRIVER
Everybody knows him, be will
till yon Hint lbe whiskeys we aro
Hilling are the best. Call and be,
convinced. No household should
be wilhoul a supply of our Harvey's Special Scotch Whlakey; our
Frapln Liqueur Brandy, guaranteed
lin years old or Blnokberry Brandy
for Medicinal purposes.  Our Btock
of aholoe Wines and Liquors of all
kindH are unexcelled. Sold by all
the leading hotels, or telephone
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.. Ltd.
Impcrtere and Dealers In Pure Wines, Liquors, Cigars and Cigarettes
P. o.
.      W AL L A C ll!
A li C 11 1 T tt C T.
Box HC,  Itevelstoke, B.C.
REVKLBTOKB   COUNCIL
No.    »l,    UOYAL    TEMPLARS    OK
TEMPERANCE
Meets every 2nd and 4th Thursdays
In Oddlellows Hall, at 8 o'clock.
Visiting Templars are cordially in -
vited to  attend.
W.  B,  MUNSON, tl. c.
A. U. TOURNBR.  It.  K.
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hun Mii
WILSON'S
FLY PADS
kill flies In such Immense quantities
u cannot be approached b) sn) other
fly killer
Sewing Machines
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For 3.1c or Hire
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All kinds eedlea
eked
H.  MANNING.   Agent.
KOiiTKNAY      LODGE.  No.  i5 A.  F.
and A.  tl.
lingular     meeting* are held in MAS
ONIC TEMPLE,     iMdlellows'      Hall
un tbe Third  Monday  in eaeh mouth
at 8 a, m.     Vimting brethren      are
nordially  welcome.
W. THOMSON, W. M.
W.  B.  HU13KHT80N,  Secretary.
COURT      MT.      IIEOBIE,    No.  Mbi.
OF I. o. ir.
MsetS  .n   I    n   i).   K.   Hall next    to
. a   Opera   Huiiho   every  second
.i "inlay  m month,  Visit/
.        'turn c.idiall;  welcomed.
'.    a    BELL, <:. it.
am   b.  CAMERON, Rec.-Sec.
tl. W. EDWARDS
TAXIDERMIST
j Animal    Rugs,   Game
Heads and  Birds
Mounted
1 P.O.Bdx 31, Revelstoke
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iiy Andrew  Kltson. Agent
E.   G.    BURRIDGE
Tinsmith Ropiure, Hot Air, Plpo
and Fumaoe work
WORK   »HOP—
Oonntxught Ave.   -   R«v«ntok«
0. W. 0. w.
italo view Uatnp, No, ii'i
■  .    -,,,„,|    ,n,i     Knurtli  Wednes
n,a   .ii each month in   rinikiik
Halt.     Viaitmg Woodmen ars
Oordlally  uivitod   to atmnil
a    .1    WOODLAND, Con,  Dona
JAMBS McINTYRE, Olerk.
IK   i. lltl-.      LODOE  13, 1. O. 0. K.
t .very      ThUridAjF nveninu    in
Belklrk  Hall  at H o'clock.      Visiting
brstbrsn   c.,i,liiilly   Invited.
JOHN  LYON      N   U
i i      mai nil'.
i.m,li RANOH LODOE,     K. ol    P.,
NO.   iS,   ItKVKLHTOKK,   13.   0.
tisttl every  Wednesday  eicept   the
Third  Wednesday ol sach  numtk      In
Oddfellows'  Hall  at.  II o'clork.   Vielt
inn Knights are cordially invited.
ii   w   OAKLAND, C. 0,
11. 11. iiitin I-.. K. ol R. A B.
m. aCKs	
JUST PUT INTO STOCK
A BIG LINE OF
Fresh Imported Groceries
D. GaUicano, Second Street
White-Star-Dominion
CANADIAN SERVICE
ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS
Montreal Quebec Liverpool
Largest & Finest Steamersf rom Canada
New 8. S. Laurentic. 15.000 Tons Each
New S. 8. Megantic
Sails Jane 22, July 20, Aug. 17. July 6, August 3, August 31
ONLY FOUR DAYS AT SEA
ono-clasB ii I) Cabin eervloe.
Twin-Screw S. S. Teutonic     Twin-Screw S. S. Canada
582 leet long, 18,000 horsepower 514 Feet long
Sails July 13, Aug. 10, Sept. 7. June 29, July 27, August 24
Company's Offices, lllll, Second Ave., Near Cherry St., Seattle
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED  1855
Record of Progress for Five Years—1906-1911
!WK> 1911
* 3,000,(100       * 4,000,000
;;, ooo.ooo       4,600,000
215,077,730        35,042,311
27.457,090        38,854,801
33,01)0,192        48,237,284
Hns 83 Branches in Canada, anil Agents and Correspondents in all
the Principal Cities In the World.
A GENERAL BANKINQ BUSINESa TRANSACTED
SAVINGS  BANK  DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Intereet allowed at highest current rate.
Revelstoke Branch. W. H. PRATT, Manager
Capital        ...
Reserve    -
Deposits
Loans and Investments
Total Assets
Fruit Land;
FOR SALE
Galena Huy hinrlu in ]iarcdln ol
Mi ni •.!(( aorea or en liloc. Correspondence invited.
John Shaw, Agent,
Box 616 Arrowhead
R. Z. CRAWFORD
CONTRACTING
PAINTER
Satisfaction Kiinrsni«M|
Agent  for   Flexlumc   Electric
Signs
R. Z. CRAWFORD
Shop in Cumming'i Transfer
Building, Second. Street
Dr. J. C. Morrison
Dentist
Post Graduate.Ohlcago.University
Specialty—All   Porcelain  anil
.'ast Crown Hriil^e Work
Cor. Granville and Robson Sts.
Vancouver
(Her Harrison's Drug Store
Phone Sey—5238
Lumb
umoermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -   KeveUtoke, B. C
heiore.buyinK yonr outfit of working clothes
for the bush. I mske a
Specialty     of     Logging
Sltotb, r.ini'-, Box, Shirts
Blankets and everything
r tquired in your buiincw. SATUHPAY,   JULY   20th,   1912,
THE MAIL-HERALD,  EEVEISTOKE
SATI.'tUiAY,   JULY Mth,   1912.
THE i
THE ONLY SHOE STOCK
IN TOWN WHICH CAN
SUPPLY THE NEEDS OF
THE WHOLE FAMILY
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. 3. Jfume St Co.. limited
OUR SHOE MOTTO
Classy Shoes in newest designs
at a minimum cost for maximum wear.
OUR DRY  GOODS DEPARTMENT
1,000 Pairs of Hose
Ladies' Fancy Cashmere, all sizes. Regular
$1.00. Ladies' Fancy Cotton. Regular 75c.
Ladies' Plain Cotton, Regular Price, 50c.
These are all in perfect condition. An immense bargain at	
25c. Per Pair
Clearance of Wasli Good:
1,000 yards of Linens, Muslins, Fancy Cottons, etc., a clearance of all our Fancy
Wash Coods. No use to describe these.
Come and S^e. They are 35c to 50c. goods.
All at one price	
Per Yard 25c.
100 Children's Garments
Aprons, Waists, Dresses, Blouses. A cleanup of Print and Gingham Wash Garments.
All at	
50 Cents
Ladies' Muslin Waist
A new lot of Ladies' Fancy White Muslin
Waists; some of the finest we have ever yet
shown, with the New Square Dutch Neck,
short and long sleeves. A real Bargain at
each	
$1.90
Children's Wash D
resses
A Table of Children's Wash Dresses, all new,
this season's goods; lit little girls from 1 to
7 yeirs. Some of those cute French and
German dresses that we were selling at $2.00
and $2.50.   All going now at	
$1.25 Each
Dresses for Young Girls
Another lot of Dresses for girls from 5 to IT,
years. Linens, Percoles, Prints, etc. All the
best in the store in this pile at 	
$1.90 Each
Groceries and Crockery Department
Fresh Strawberries and all other Fresh Fruits and
Vegetables Arriving Daily
Now is the Season for Home Preserving
See Us about your Fruits, Fruit Jars and all
accessories* They are here for your
inspection, in all convenient sizes,
t large Stock for You to Choose From
MIDSUMMER SUIT SALE
We are putting on Sale the Odd Suits left over from
this season. They are all first-class stock and right
up to the minute in point of style. First-Class goods
in imported worsteds and tweeds, light and dark
patterns, in all sizes.
They are all the 20th Century and are the acme of
perfect workmanship and fitting qualities.
You can't afford to miss them at the price.
$15.00 Each
35%.
China and Glassware
In this Department we are ready to serve your wants. You will be looking
around for a suitable wedding gift for your friends who are about to join the
largest society" in the w orld, and y~ou will find it here among our Cut Glass, Fancy
China, Glassware, Tea Sets and the thousand and one pretty" things in  our stock.
SEE OUR
CANVAS SHOE BARGAINS
ALL OUR CANVAS SHOES FOR
MEN will go on the table at one
price. These must be cleared out
at once as we cannot afford to
carry any over. Low and high
Shoes in white, tan and grey colors.
SALE PRICE
$1.65 PER PAIR
ALL OUR CANVAS SHOES
FOR WOMEN
will also be placed on the table at
once at Bargain Prices. These
comprise grey and tan Oxfords
with leather trimmings, a few
white Oxfords and a few tan
duck Oxfords.
SALE PRICE
$1.50 PER PAIR
HOUSE FURNISHING DEPARTMENT
This Department has everything that you will require to make your home bright and cheerful for summer, and now is the time
to look over and make your selections, at prices that will suit your wants, from a well assorted stock of Wall Paper from the
best manufacturers in the east, Rugs and Carpets from Germany, England and Eastern Canada at prices from $ for a 9x9 Union
Rug to the very best that can be had and in all sizes.
Lace and Lace Curtains
We have the largest assortment in the city, most of wh ch
are imported by ourselves direct from England, enabling us to
sell at a price that saves you the middleman's profit.
Scrims—by the yard or make into curtains, a good assortment
Madras—We have both colored and white in very dainty designs, from '20c per yard up.
Linoleums and Floor Cloths
A good assortment of Nairn's printed and inlaid in patterns
, to suit every taste at prices that are lower than can be offered
again owing to the advance in raw material.
Beds and Bedding
We also stock a full line of beds, mattresses, blankets, comforts and pillows.
Bargains for This Week Only
We are otfering a special reduction in Japanese Rugs 9x12
at $8,20; 2}x5ft 11.26' 8x6ft $1.86. Everything in that line
will go at bargain prices.
Anything not mentioned that you want call in and_.
ask for it, we will be sure to have it if in this line.
ran
mnx Ba itupan , .11 i.s aotu, 1912
ffja:Hi 3vt^irJ-^3:E]i:?,^LrJ2D,t^Ei"V"E3rJsTOK:E
SATUHHAY, JULY Mth,  1912.
MIDSUMMER SALE PRICES TO CLEAR
MARKED DOWN ALL OVER THE STORE
LADIES' PRINT  AND
GINGHAM WAISTS
All good washing cloths
Sale Price    65c
PARASOLS
Regular $2.00 and $2.50 Lines.
Sale Price    $1.25
LADIES' SUMMER VESTS
Sale Price    12'.c
LADIES' WHITE MUSLIN WAISTS
Trimmed with Lace and insertion
Regular 11.50 and $2 lines
Sale Price   $1.00
LADIES' DRAWERS
Ladies'   Summer   Knit    Under-
drawers
Sale Price - 25c
WHITE MUSLIN DRESSES
Ladii s'    While   .Muslin    l-pji ce
Dn sses,    R< gular $5 and $6.00.
Sale Price-$2.50
BOOTS AND SHOES
Ladies'   Tan Oxfords,    Regular
$2.70 and $3.25 lines
Sale Price    $1.50
MUSLINS AND WASH GOODS
Regular   I'rice   25c.    and    SOc.
Sale Price — 15c
Odd lines of Ladies' Pattern Leather Slippers
Keg.  $4 and $4.50.        Sale I'rice   $2.00
Odd Lines of Children's Slippers and Oxfords - Sale Price to Clear.
REID & YOUNG
a.
Woman Policeman Gives Evidence
Matriculation Exams
FISHING
Tho tleveUtoke high Bchool Matrlo
ulnl ostilts are uh IoUowb, Blovon
candidal ds tried  i in* whole oxamlnn -
Murh amusement hus caused In tl"'
Vancouver poll iurt  a lew    mm n
int;H ago,     when    Mafflftrato   Shaw
heard    tha   eaae ol     Mm.  P. Grant, j tion,  ten  mc entirely  BiioeesBrul, BOO
eharged     with     fortune    tolling and! wan the maximum matka.
witchcraft.     The    .t,'fence which  was     Fred Prnmr, Ml.
prenentet]   hy   Mr,   Fi-imoIh  l.yoiw,    is      Hei ilia   HohliB,  53 7,
rather unique, iih although iwlinlttlngI    Allied Tapping, 513,
thai  the accused (orotolil    marriages     ^ny   |,;   \,:„.\,\. 55,7,
and  good  lortuno,  nobody     wa-  ihe1    v  ',,,   ,   ,.,,„,,„,,,, M4.
W,   \ al  'I'limliiisoii,  501).
SPORTING
GOODS
lobody wa- ihe
least lul. deceived hy hor. After hear
lug considerable evidence and lengthy
arguments mi legal points, lhe iimi;
[struta reserved decision until Kriday
morning,
Among t.he witnesses called by (he
prosecution was Police Constable
Miss Harris, one of Vancouver's new
lady "cops" whu 1 iBtlllod lo the el
feci that she had \ 1 ,1m.I Mrs. Grant
.11.. 1 after crossing h.r palm with the
I customary lee 1 if tun dollars, had had
her supposed fori nne told. Denrrlh •
nii,r the Interview, t,, Lhe amusement
id Ihe court, Miss Harris told of be
iiim promised a wealthy husband and
n tri|i In Califm 111a, I" say nothing
uf various othor st teaks nf good luck
which would iinil' mi between times,
(Provided additional sums were
paid.I
She  also   promised   Miss    Harn-     n
THE CITY IN BRIEF
11 iwsi m -  Sale   .-   .t racting    large
.a
Revi Istoke *ill make
• ■ •!.;, to Don uej •': 1 ck un Tues
duy  1■■
Mrs,   i-:.  M.  Smythe .,:..!  family   re
: ..1. ■■■        Bday  from  a holiday
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Govt    mi nl     Vrcbiti, 1     v, ilkie,    ol
11,. it   ,. u. . a here  the    pn 1
few   ..■:•■-
adjusting tii    mail -
ing  ..-■ ciibers utter  tne
.-  .111 iuge 1.
I trip thi llgbl  tuntii 1 1
;.   •              hing watei of I ho  I uiuni
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.   Uth.
Mrs.   M. J   :.'.- u  .11 ,1   Mis     i ho ■
l..;t.. bay,    Uut.,  mothei
jti^ Bislei ol Ml .A,   J uhn oo   arc io
ty, i- visit
■,  . ul  I.-      Methodist
-.ie iim  thanks t"
„..   k|iu a»si ted  iu .1 ■        muK
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I SEEDING-   TIJVLEJ
As lhe time lias arrived when you must do yotu seeding, we wish
to draw your at lent imi lo the fuel that our seeds are all fresh and
new Murk not .m\ old ones lefl to shift off. Our Onion si-is are
tlle best, 1:iiui the Dutch Set ur the Multipliers.
FLOUR AND FEED We Iiave just unloaded one car ol Purity
Plow, One Car of No, 1 Timothy Hay, Une Car Peed, including Oats, whole ur crushed, Wheat, Barley, ('urn. Bran, Shorts
and Chops. Ifyou require ati) ol these, let us quote yuu prices.
We Can Save Vnu Money.
A.  HOBSON,
MacKenzie Avenue
You Who Are Constantly Travelling
What Protection Huve You in Cnbo of ICCIDtNT Uy Sen  or Lur.tl >
Drop in and we will  explain  our  Improved Gold   Hond
Aci "kill I'uiicv. double liability, only costing $30 a yeai.
.-vim uu lile and Jll0,000 iluul.il- liability, paying «L'.\imi
weekl) iuileuiuity.
KOOTENAY  AGENCIES  LIMITED
II    l.eun   t'liuiHier.   187,
llaiuld  ti'. Oordon, 48(1,
Uonald Calder, -Hii.
Douglas s. McCartor, Hi,
tiladys lii'i|iihart  (failed in mi,' sill
Joct 1 uily 1.
Qranye Protest
London, duly  IS   A fonti I    lbe
I'tu dings uf    ihi-     i!r.md    Urango
Council, whieh wm rosiinii'il ul lllaa
i'uw yesli'i'day, was the oiupllal Ic do
11111111.1t 1011 ul the Irish Homo Itule
Ilill luuu the colonies, A lei Imi Irom
I.ned   Iflrno   was   read,   in   which       his
lordship declared  ihat  ll  ll   Rule
ever  caiiie   Into   force  lhc  Urungo  in
good     luck charm   with   conditional|atltutlont   would  he  tlie lirsl   singled
powers upon  paymenl  of tifty dollars  ,iut  (o|. mi ii|(|ii,k       |h|, (,Mi,Mm,s   Q,
and     promised  her    anothor   charm
Protestantism,   li  Ib ol vital  Import
whicli would  bring  lur anything    fur
mie  hundred  dollars,   nne  feature  uf '""'''  "''ll   ""'>    1,"ul'1  mnkc    known
this charm   was   thai   Hie recipiesl   uf   to   the   world   lhal   thoir   hody       was
the charm would  havo to procure the  nol     eoallned   to   tho limit ol three
fortune teller a dirty stocking ol ber
lover's   if   this  charm     would   he     1111
conquerable,
At  ibis poinl  Magistrate s haw remarked  that he would   be in  the  mnr
kingdoms, hut must  he reckoned with
wherever the Uritish liai; Mies.
Krum      Victoria,  Queensland,    New
South Wales ami liaomta, resolutions
li.i   tor •umc sort ol a charm     that ware  received condemning Home Hule
would  keep people from bringing'fool ub a measure calculated 10 do Irropar
ish  action   before  th mi.     Tense U|iie harm tb Uritish supremacy. Ool
silence     from     varlottB      complaint onel ticott said thousands were boing
lawyers. Following Mils, evidence wns attracted  .yearly  to  the Oraugo  ban
taken from several other persons who I ner,   No loyal subject uf the   Crown
had   evidently    paid     visits     to        this collld   stand   idly    bj      while     uld    lr,.
elderly   dealer   in   tlle  future.
Organic Union
land, au Integral part ol ihe kimpire
iium turn' immemorial, was Mug
ruthlessly  torn  from hei   mooring
Nu subject  could   view  wiih  equan
unity  ihe passage ol the A'l.     They
warned  Premier Asquitb in the greatest  munner possible thai  in resisting
slstance would     have
On TI111.1l. neur McKeolle uvenue -
modem residence foi sale cbeai H
.   1 uursier.
Discusses Annexation
I    Montreal,  July  18   Mr    Henri    Boil
Sm   Howson's   lining room wind "  i-oiitiiiiies tu  write un     "  The
;.   Kiiiihmi  1 i.n,    Tlie   lurni       pectn \i. ie tut uri;   1 he   n
':''''   ""■""■ '   .  'j 11 bee und  Its  privileges   '    "Le!
.I..!::,  Lee,   who fol   th.   pust       yea) '"   write*,  ■ .,■.,.  the  simple ques
lias held   the  position  us  muling ... 'li I      tu
■ ne groi mi ,    depai 1 menl
t
I In   Hum.mmi   (sn
1 hey  > uiiipi un
■
I ,e grcu 11 y 11
fuvurite   m .1!. t n.
that   they    gol   what   thl
Uourne Un .   .
The report   presented on the ques
Hon of  lhe  Methodist  church's atti
tude  towards organic union,  Id   the
lieneral   Conference   now   [tl   session in   this   bill   tht
Toronto  may  fairly  he regarded    as  tlio united Biippor!  uf Orangemen all
an   assurance   tbat   the   Consolidation,
uf the three great Christian bodies in
Canada,   Who   have   heen   Btl'iVing       tu
come  together, is  nut  far     removed.
'I'h.it mit uf the total connection   of
the church.  Including     members nnd
adherents, six tu one voted fur     the
union Is a remarkable mid unmistakable sign that  Him .dd barriers     be-
t ..Men  rb.'se  denominations have    nu
'   any teal strength.
Tin'  Presbj mi an  church   has  made
a  pronouncement   no  Imss dear    thnn
i'im  Methodist    lunch and the  willing
11'ss ,.1     the Congregational body tu
on has never     been     ■»
.1 ailt.    It   will,   tlu   doubt,   take sume
the  practical    basis
on  whicl :t   will     be
■    Stutes   ,11  the   aim 1 •     • y|ng re
■   '        1 .iiim  that   tin-  sentl -
• ese churches
• ii a- the recent ac
•   ■   •    -.      '..   taken ; roves   I t., he
IweiiiK Lives Lost
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Preserving Pointers
Bj    1 lucal  Ii
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; tbeir
Iced    which
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COMING EVENTS
July 11,  12,  13—Kluemaoolor Pictures ot  the Tubar, Empress Theaere,
July   16—Bob  Fittslmmooa  Co.,    at
the imiki'I'mm Theatret
Prince of To-night,  Empress Theatre
October 9—Managing Mil.boil,     Urn-
press Theatre.
AMMUNITION
Wo have just unpacked a complete line of Sportinu;
GoodB of all kinds. Mr. Fisherman, don't forget to
inspect our stock of Pishing Tackle. When you see it
you will say. "BEST IN TOWN."
Revelstoke Hardware Co., Ltd.
Dealers in all kinds of the Best Hardware
Agents for Gurney Chancellor Ranges and Minerva Paints
lenders for Cement walks
Sealed Tenders addressed to tbe
undersigned will in' received at the
Oity Hull up to IJ ..'cluck Friday the
i'i.ih InBtanl.. lm the construi tion ol
i.i t.iin  Cement   Walks in the City.
Plans uud specifications enn be hnd
nt   thi' Oity  Hnll.    The  lowest   orally
lender nol neoesBarlly accoptod.
HIU'CE   A.   LAWSON,
City   Clork.
WANT I'd I- A waiter, ^irl ur .nan. —
Apply tu the Itevelstoke Oyster and
Chop House.
Public Notice
l'uhiic  Nonce  is  hereby   given  that
tin' presonce of the Qlcctors ol    the
Corporation Ol   the City of   Hevelstoke
1- required at the otBce ol the City
clerk, Hevelstoke, B.C., on Thursday
Augusl 8th, I'.U:', nt ■) o'clock in thc
lorenoon to vote on a by lnw to authorize oho borrowing by the Corporation uf the City uf Hcwlntoke, of
the sum ol $10,600v00 by the issue uf
Debentures to defray the cost to thc
Corporation of certain drainage
works un.l sew iu- connections.
Dated  July  20th,  1912.
li. ll. REYNOLDS,
Returning Officer,
SCRIPS
SEE OUR WINDOWS
Rose and Glycerine Soap, hall pound cake, 20c, :; 1W
$2.00 a dozen.
Baby's Own Soap 25c per dozen
Cucumber, Oatmeal, Buttermilk per dozen
DON'T FORGET TO WOK IN THK WINDOW
bews THE REXALL STOKE bews
Smart Clothing for Summer Months
DERBY   VXD Sl HAI
WE SPI I IAI 1X1     n   Mi triped,
ip ,,■. .in ; i '
Drop | .
and p.c
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Fit-Reform Clothing Stetson Hats Foot-Rite Shoes
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT
By the End of this week or first of next we
expect to be located in our new premises
recently vacated by the Revelstoke Meat
Market, where we will offer for sale a
splendid Residential Subdivision in
REGINA, Sask.
At $150.00 Per Lot
Watch the window of our new office for
large Oil Painting of Regina, and this
space for full particulars.
We Have Some Good Snaps in Revelstoke Houses
J. B. WATSON REALTY COMPANY
Local Agency, Home Loan and Contract Co.
E. O  FOLEY, Manager, MacKenzie Avenue
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