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Vol. 17-No. 52
REVELSTOKE. B. C. JULY  »   1911
$2.50 Per Year
WE
* IN THE
\.it
CITV COUNCIL WILL
NOT CLOSE
MR. CARPENTER; HASN'T A POOR PIECE OF
HARDWARE OFTEN COST YOU FOUR TIMES THE
PRICE OF IT BECAUSE YOU HAD TO LOSE A WHOLE
LOT OF TIME TO GET ANOTHER?
BUY YOUR HARDWARE FROM US AND YOU WILL
SAVE MANY NEEDLESS. EXPENSIUE TRIPS AND MANY
DOLLARS ON REPAIRS.
WE SELL THE BEST HARDWARE. BECAUSE IT
PAYS US TO SELL AND YOU TO BUY THE BEST. WE
WANT TO TALK TO YOU ABOUT OUR GOODS. IF YOU
HAVE A GROUCH DON'T TELL IT TO EVERYONE YOU
MEET BEFORE GIVING US A CHANCE TO MAKE GOOD.
Lawrence Hardware Co. Lid
Plumbing and Tinsmithing
Imperial Bank of Canada
Hoad otfico- Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Authorized
Capital Subscribed
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
$10,000,000.00
5,913,000.00
5 793,000.00
5,793, J00.00
Branches nr Agents at all principal points in[Canada,
Agents in Great Britain and United States—l.oiulmi, Kngland,
Lloyds Bank, Limited.    Chicago—First National Bank, Corn Exchange National Bank.   Seattle—Seattle National Bank,  San Francisco—Wells Fargo Nevada National Him      Spokane—Exchange
CISC
National Bank
Savings Bank Dsmrtment
t  $1 and upward, received, uutl inter
om date of deposit.   Correspondence so
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
Deposit* of $1 and upward, received, umi interest allowed at
current rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
WHITEWEAR
Your requirements for hot weather garments are
here. A large and well assorted stock to choose
from. A dainty line of Ladies' Underskirts at
reasonable Prices.
Mrs. A,G, Crick, • First Street
Places Itself on Record as Dp
posed to Closing Lanes
on behalf of Frank Merino
Ttio city council put itself on record on Friday evening lust as opposed to closing up limes or streets, so
that in future as lar as this year's
council is concerned a petition -alonn
that lino will be useless. The quvBt -
loo was brought to tho attention ot
tho city fathom by a petition from
tho Enterprise Blowing Co., C. Holten, John 1). Bib-bald anil A. R. H.
SibbuUl, asking the council to close
tbo lano on Block 40, Map 649. AM.
MeKinnon expressed himsclt as swing
no reason why this should be closed.
He could sec no particular benefit
that tho city would derive from such
an action. He never was in favor of
closing lanes and he wae not now.
Aid. Abrahamson wus of tho same
opinion and the mayor and all the
othvr councillors except Mr. Sib -
bald, expressed themselves similarly, consequently the following motion
carried:
Moved by MeKinnon, seconded by
Abrahumson, that thc city place it-
scft on record as opposed to permanently closing lanes. Tais settled
thc matter.
Mr. Sine on behalf of the Domin -
ion Sawmills Ltd., wrote asking thc
council to do certain boulevarding,
hut the clerk was notified to inform
him that no boulevarding would bc
done this year.
W. T. Stein, as auditor, asked for
$50 as remuneration in connection
with readjusting thc methods of sewer taxation, but inasmuch as the
council wore not certain as to what
other bills may come in in this connection the matter was laid over till
the city solicitor was consulted.
Swan Carlson was paid certain
moneys in connection with work at
the recreation grounds.
The resignation ot C. J. Aman was
accepted and the clerk ootltied to express the regrets of thc couucil and
their wishes for his future good luek.
In his place was appointed Mr.
Reynolds ut an advance of $5 per
month, and the reading of the met -
ers was turned over to C. North,
at un advance in salary of $10 per
month.
Hugh Lougheed handed in a petition strongly protesting against tbe
recent revision of tbo water rates.
This was beaded hy ('. J. Tapping,
and signed by 00 others. The petit -
ion -was referred to the Fire, Water
Sc Light committee.
G. 8. MeCarter served the council
with a writ to restrain the city Irom
a continuance of lloodiug tho lauds
of Frank Merino, by n-ueon of tbe
j construction uf the dum, and asked
unstated damages. Referred to the
city solicitor.
A bill for (119.3*6 in connection
with the recent suit ou the Oashuto
pump wus passed, $5€ of this Iwing
costs in the cuse.
tl. S. McCartor and two-thirds of
Ihe owners along the south side of
McKeuzie avenue to the city limits
petitioned for a six foot cement sidewalk estimated to cost in the neighborhood of $3,000 or $4,000. Laid
over for another meeting.
A petition from H. J. McSorley for
l a c?tnent walk from his property    to
Holiliins, certilicate.
tirade V.—( Elementary), Annie
McLean, medal anil oertiflcate; Myrtle Hroi'k anil K. Bradshaw, certili -
elites.
tirade IV.—(Junior). Edna Corson,
medal and cor tl floats; Louise Rao,
I'l'itilicate.
Grade ill.— (Intermediate). Kathleen  Sibbald,  medal and certificate,
The presentations wero made by
Itov. 0. A. Procunler, who in a few
appropriate   remarks  explained       the
work thnt the McGill University   ot
Montreal were doing in assisting In
a practical way tho musical cdiicat -
ion ol Canada. Ho said that the
examinations hold hy them were no
easy ones and took groat pleasure in
congratulating Miss Wrlgloy and her
pupils on their success during tho
past yeur. Mr. Procunier also expressed the hope that some effort
would bc made by the musical people
of the city towards thc formation of
a choral society, as such an organization would bc a great boon to the
community.
A delightful evening was brought
to a close by (he serving of refresh -
ments by Miss Wriglcy and her pup.
ils to their guests.
ORANGE GRAND LODGE
DRAWS UP PLATFORM
Guide for Members in Exercising
Franchise at the Federal
Elections
TH LATEST NEWS
OF INTEREST
New Railway for B.C.—The S. 5.
Spokane Wreck-Shooting Case
-162,000 Men for Prairie Crop
NEW RAILWAY FOR U. 0.
Vancouver, duly 3,—Alive lo British Columbia's Interests and to the
trade of the Immense farming areas
tributary to Fort George and the
Peace River country, .1 Norton ,
Griffith*, M. P. of England, probably
tho biggest individual railroad contractor in the world, uud allied witli
other interests in British Columbia,
proposes to build a railway from
Vancouver to Fort George aud tho
Peace River country. Lord B'.isscy,
a rich Englishman is said to bo
among Griffith's associates in the
scheme. Mr. Griffiths has interviewed the Dominion government at Ottawa in bhe matter and a charter is
ubout to bo granted for the line of
steel.
THE S.S. SPOKANE WRECK.
Seattle, July 4. — United States
steamboat inspectors Whitney and
Turner b-ognn an investigation yes -
torday into thc wreck of the steamship Spokane in Seymour Narrows,
B. C, Thursduy night last, by hearing the evidence of the passengers on
.the excursion steamer, who returned
| hero Saturday. Thc passengers repented their vcrBion of the wreck,
aB given at the mass meeting Saturday, when thoy charged the crew with
negligence in rescuing the passcngerB.
Additional charges of drunkenness
and looting wore made yestcriiy,
without any persons being accused.
Several    witnesses   testified      that
some  of the waiters took  jll      their
Winnipeg, July 1.— The Orung-0
Gruud Lodge concluded its convention
ye3torday morning by adopting the
militant Protestant platform pre -
pared by ttiv special committee appointed for that purpose. High oflic-
ers of tho organization say that this ,        n,„m i„ mi.
,   .        , "  life preservers and gave them to pas-
platform     marks a  decisive  forward *
step in the promotion and dissemina- i
tion of the propaganda peculiar     to | ITALIAN SHOOTING CASH
tbe Orangemen of British North Am- j
erica.   The platform is intended as a
guide to the members of the associa-
Vancouvor, B. C, July ! t'hailes
Giser was probably fatally ..not last
night b.v an Italian on Prio.'   ri.re-t,
ROYAL FOODS FOR JUNE
Grape Nuts ...        3 pekts. for 50c.
.Jams, 1 lb. Jars      .....   25c
New Ontario Cheese, per lb.     • - -      20c
Pine Apple, small tins       ....   25c
Regular shipments of strawberries,  raspberries
and green vegetables at right prices-
John Mclntyre & Son, Phone 93
all  religious,  educational ami clwri -
McKeuzie avenue was  alBO laid over. ■ table institutions and  the inspection
tion for the exercise of the franchise :.(0iiowing a quarrel the two men aad
in federal elections. Its main points
are: Thc entire separation <>' ~hurch
and state) opposition to any interference of the Dominion Government
with the dilTereut provinces in educational affairs; and resistance to the
granting of any further special privileges to any section of the popula -
tion, either on account of ruce or religion and the elimination of any
special privilojges which they now pos
sess except ihosc included in the confederation compact, opposition to
any extension of linguul privileges iImj
yowl those conferred by the British
North America Act; the maintenance
of British connection and the support
ol any movement which tends to
make closer and more binding the relations of Newfoundland and the mother country; a close supervision ol
all new settlers and the encourage -
ment of suitable white immigration
from the British Isles, the United
States anil Northern Europe; -a fed-
(ral marriage law recognizing the
validity of marrlago ix-i-furmed by
the qualified clergymen of every religious 'denomination or other persons
vested by the law with such power
and the enactment of criminal penalties against persons using their influence to separate legally married
couples by questioning the validity
of this law;  government insertion of
Housewife's Favorite Brands
Robin Hood Flour
Jacob's Dublin Biscuits
Bell Blend Tea;
Bell's No. I Java and Mocha Coffee
G. W. BELL
P. O. Box 208
QROOKR & BAKER
Phone No. 23
The consolidation bylaw was given
its final reading and passed, Alderman Sibbald dissenting. It was the
dissenting alderman's opinion that
the matter should Iw given further
consideration.
It was moved by Aid. MeKinnon,
seconded by Aid. Sibbald, that the
C.P.It. firemen who worked ut tho
Bowman mill tire be paid at the
rate of )_' per hour thc same as city
firemen.—Carried.
Aid. Mi Kinnon expressed it as bis
opinion that tbo police books should
be audited at thc same tima as tbe
city bo0ks are.   This will  be done.
Council adjourned at 11 p.m.
of the books of all institutions      receiving aid from tho public treasury.
PIANOFORTE RECITAL
Miss Wrigley's Pupils Give a
Delightful Entertainment
On Saturday evening last the pupils of Miss Wrlgley bold their annual
pianoforte recital in the opera house
The event was largely attended by
the parents uiul friends of the young
people, who acquitted themselves
with honor, reflecting cre.it credit on
their painstaking Instructor, The
■featurr of tho evning was tin* pres-
entation to tbe successful studeuts in
tho different grades of tho medals
and  McGill certificates, as follows:
Grade VI,—iPrimary). Marguerite
Brcwn, medal and certificate, Jeanne
The Camorra Trial
Veterbo, Italy, July 1.—Espositio,
n nephew of Muriu Ouocoolo was called as the witness toiluy in thc trial
of the Camorrists, charged with thc
murder ot Signora Cuoccolo and her
husband, Uennnrro. lie said that
during the original inquiry into tho
murders he had scon tho ring found
in possession of the defendants, but
that he hnd failed to Identify It as
one taken from the hand of the murdered man. Tho remainder of the sitting was taken up with tho examination of Marshal Uiuliuno, of the car-
ibeeners, head of tho prison guard
at Pazzuoli.
earlier in the day. The Vlct'm called on his assailant in the evening to
square things. The Italian, opening
the door, fired a revolver, the bullet
entering the man's left ..ide I .'low
the heart.
1(12,000   MUN   WANTKD.
Winnipeg, July 3.—One hundred
and sixty-two thousand farm h.'r.ds
will be required to harvest tho grain
erop of the throe prairie provinces of
Western Canada. This is the tdti -
mate made today by Sir William
Whyte, vioc-presidont of thc Canadim
Pacilic Railway, who has bi*en in
close  touch with the situation.
The number of men engaged last
year for this work was 14N.000 and
in 1909 Ihere were 128,000. Tho increase for this year is estimated at
14,000. Prom 40,1)0(1 to 50,<X)0 men
will bave to lie brought into the
country if the full needs of the situation are met, and the crop proves to
lie us abuudant us the more optim -
istic in-liMV,' thut it will be.
THK CABP10NTKRS' STRIKE
Vuncouver, July ■).—The local strike
of the building trades unions is still
at a doadlock, although every effort
is being made to arrive at a settlement. Practically every point at issue bus been settled except the question of the open shop und there the
deadlock seems to remain firm, for
the labor union* say they will never
concede that. Building operations arc
ut u standstill except on a few jobs
where sufficient non-union men huve
been secured to enuble work to proceed.
HOT IN THK FAST.
Toronto, July 4.—High tcmiiorii -
tares still prevail, and it was 1011
degrees at throe o'clock today. Krom
all parts •( the province reports In-
lieate intense heat. St. Catharines
reports a temperature oi 1011 degrees
in tho shade. At Coney Island, Now
York, 400,000 slept on thc sands while
in Chicago thousands slept on the
sidewalks to get away from the heat.
Customs for June
Following Is tlio statement of revenue collected at Port of Revelstoke
during month ending 30th June, 1911:
June,    1911    116,701.43
Juno 1910   16,893.88
('heap work, and finished cheaply,
if you Want your photographs made
Ibis way, "Tucker" the local photographer will make any work you
want as che.-ii) or cheaper thnn anyone in thc city, now, or any othor
time, so don't bo Influenced by cut
prices, and exi>cet to got profee-don-
al work, and best finish for whatever
cut prices tbey quote, t.c.
Damages Awarded
Alter a week's trial Mrs. F. I„
Churchill, of Rossland, In tho district court at Snndpoint, Idaho, Was
awarded 180,000 damages against tho
('.rent Northern railway by a jury.
Some time ago Mrs. Churchill wns
(hrown violently out of her buggy at
a crossing of the Croat Northern rail
Way and a llaiige of thfl engine wheel
cut of! hor right arm and tore away
a portion of her hair. Sho sustained a bad scalp wound, hot jaws Were
broken, tho left arm and left leg
were fractured nnd both shoulders
dislocated. Suit was brought for
$100,000 and the case was bitterly
contested. The railway company nro
appealing from tbe finding ol tbe
Jury,
Stoves! Ranges!
McClary's Stoves
Kootenay Ranges
Saskalta Ranges
Sunshine Furnaces
Enamel and Tinware
We can supply your
wants in the above lines
with the best Goods made
in Canada.
Sherwin Williams Paints. Oils, Varnishes, etc. It
pays to use good Paints.    We sell them.
Fishing Tackle, Rifles, Shot Guns, Ammunition and
other Sporting Goods. We are leaders in thtw, and also
carry a very large stock of General Hardwart. Tools of all
kinds, etc.
Harness, Whips, Horse Blankets, Lap Robes.
Crockery and Glassware.
BOURNE BROS.
fa
Hardware,
Stoves,
Plumbing
a
Creamery gutter
EMPRESS SHAMROCK
PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT INDEPENDENT
SHAMROCK   DAIRY
P. gums $ Company. JL\td.
Wholesale and Retail Merchants
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
Butter
Brookfield Extra Creamery Butter
Keystone Creamery Butter
Coldspring Dairy Butter
Malakwa Dairy Butter
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
High Class Meat Purveyors
Phone 251
P. O. Box 181
NOR' WEST TALKING
MACHINE CO.. LTD.
Rtti)ttrtd ia tlie Deft. tt/Af. icattam, .
We have b"eti appointed wholesale distributors
for Provinces of Alberta and British Columbia
of the famous
Victor and Berliner Gramophones
and Victor Records
Dealers in these goods can now purchase F.
0. H. Revelstoke and save excessive freight.
Over 6,000 different records in stock,  including everything from (irand Opera to Ragtime.
Gramophones from $31 to $125.   The famous
Victrola from $KH) to $300.
Dealers wanted, liberal discounts and terms.
Write for Catalogs and full particulars.
NOR' WEST TALKING
MACHINE CO., LIMITED
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
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SEE-SSiBffit WBDNE8DAY   JULY,
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TIEIES MAIL-HEBALD, EEVELSTOKE
WKDNDSDAY,   JULY,
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SATURDAY   AT
REVELSTOKE.  11,   C.
}nterto« ipuLnisbino Company,
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ADVEHTIBING HATES.
Legal noticea ID cents per line Ural
insertion, s cents pur lino each
eubsenuent Insertion. Measurements NoupBi'tel (U linen make
one mch.)      d'.orc and     general |
bUBlllt-Sb    |ilini>lllKTllli*Il(:.    ■(-..'''.)    1>M1'
inch \ter month, rretorred poai
tions, 2.i per cent, additional,
Blrthg, Marriages and Heaths, 5Uc
each insertion.
Laud notu-es -jT.-JU. All advertiue
mt'Uis subject to thc approval of
the management. Wanted und
Condensed Advertisement*, ; —
At-ents Wonted, Help Wuuted, Sit
uat.L.hs   uuuUmI,     Situations    Va
cant, Teacben Wanted, Mechanics
Wanted,  25 "onla  or    less,    25c,
each     additional      line  10  cents.
Changes    .i.   standing advertise
ments   must   ke   in    Iiy V a.  in.
Tuesday aad Friday ol cacli week
tu scare pood display.
CORRESPONDENCE invited on matters of  public     interest.        Com
municat.niis to  Editor must      be :
accompanied    by    name of  writer
not   necessar.ly    for   publication,
but     as    evidence of  K'ood  faith.
Correspondeni-e should be brief.
BUBSCRJPTION RATES
Including   postage  to  England,  United States and Canada. i
INSURANCE
If you insure with us you
insure with some of the
oldest and strongest companies in the world.
=^
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
Insurance offAII Kinds
^
heavy to allow nf llu- casing being
lowered any lurther. As soon as
this subsides and we are able eo i;et
down about 75 leet in lbe sand, there
is  nn doubt   but   thai   the  flow  of the
oil will increase considerably. However, it we only bail teu wells on tbe
prop'.'rty flowing like this one it
would pay PO per cent, on $10 stock.
Mutrie Bros,, ol Vernon, are at
present in the field with Welsh looking the proposition over and I 'have
wired thom to Bond you a report how
things look to llieni.
ith beHt wishes. I remain,
Yours very sincerely,
HUGH  K.   SPRINGER.
J
S.S.
IS
Excursion Steamer Crashes on
Ripple Rock-Two lady Passengers loss Their
Victoria,
lost  when
By the year (through postoffice) 18.60 ^xcurslon
JOB PRINTING promptly executed
at reasonable rates.
TEIttJS—Cash. Subscriptions payable in advance.
Jul}   2.—Two lives      were
tlie steamer   Spokane,    the
steamer  ol    tbe      Pacific
("nasi   Steamship company  which  left
die outer wharf on Thursday  morn -
was wrecked in Seymour Narrow
tbere is im province where the laud
is more fertile aad tlie opportunities
advantageous as Manitoba where
Winnipeg Is supplying an everyday
market lor all farm products.
Gbc fl&atllbcralfc
WEDNESDAY,  JULY,
liill.
THE FALL FAIR.
Th,-  Revelstoke  fourth annual    I'.x
hlbitiOD  will  be  aeld  this year      on
September   llili   awl   12th,   just   two
montbshence.     Tbere  is  no     reason
iny was wrecke-ii in .-seynuuu nm-iuna
twelve biiurs after leaving Victoria
and tbe steamer is under water to
ber hurricane deck wbere she was
beached at plumpers bay. Tbe dead
are: Mrs. Gardner K. Williams, of
Washington, H.C, whose husband and
two daughters were also passengers,
and Mrs. .1. I-:. Strauss of Philadelphia.
rbe Spokane, whieh  was mi      bar
second   Alaska   excursion   of   tins  sea
,Bon, carrying ll* tourists, assembled
(ruin many Cities nl this continent.
left  Victoria at li a.m. mi Thursday
land  steamed  through   tbe    straits    of
Georgia with good weather, entering
Hoymoui Narrows in the darkness
shortly before il p.m. The tide was
at tha ebb. pacing northward'through
why    this   year's fair Bhould nut far the narrow passage at the rate ol at
exceed  former  years  in    point uf oX- least   twelve  knots  an   hour,  and  the
attendance,   'ibe      cash Bteamer took  a heavy sheer and could
prizes    flei   I  '■■■!   exhibits  will      lie „,,t  recover.     She banged      heavily
ubout   louble  "I  what   11   was      last against   Hippie Rock, whioh Ins in the
year,  while those  in charge   .•:    rbe oecrtre ui tbe narrow* at   tbe southern
horse racing anl attractions promise end about two oables Irom tbi- Van
two   '. .vs   nl   tbc  hest  tbat   can       Ik couver  island  Bhore,   and   tlie       crash
FIELD NOTES
Dominion Day and with it all the
big celebrations are over once more,
and it lias been said that this was
the best ol its kind ever held in
Field, although rain fell at intervals
the sun came out immediaecly afterwards and while the games were mi
it wns nice and line. Tbe baseball,
between Field an.l Gulden at 10:30 a.
nn. was watched by a law and enthusiastic crowd, and resulted in a
score uf 2-1 n in lavor of Field. The
football game in ibe afternoon was
more exciting and mice mure tho
Field team were victorious over their
Gulden opponents, the score was the
same as the two former unes 1-0,
There were races nf all kinds in the
afternoon, handsome prizes were given. The Gulden ladies basket ball
team hadn't recovered from their
sure Ilea,Is ol Victoria Hay, as they
.-sunt word ai the last, minute they
were not coming, tbey knew what
was ahead ol them and couldn't face
the music tbey Bay they are going to
pluy Revelstoke next, su watch out
Revelstoke. one thing is certain,
tbey will never go back. Tbey have
uui- sympathy as cold feet and sore
heads are both very had things to
have.
SAN FRANCISCO
CROWDS IN PANIC
Two Earthquake Shocks Felt in
City and Country Strike Fear
Into Hearts ot Citizens
San Francisco, .Inly I.—Two earth
quakes—tbe heaviest since tbe big
s-liuck ol 1906, and separated hy only
a lew seconds—shook tbe central portion of California and western Nevada Saturday. The lirst shock, ex-
perlenced at approximately 2:01
o'clock, was followed within a few
seconds hy one of similar intensity,
eaeh lasting about live seconds.
Only trivial damage has been reported from any section, but in San
Francisco and other cities in the nf-
feeted area, panic seized upon CI'owiIh
In stores and restaurants and there
was a pell-mell rush from thc large
buildings. One peculiar feature of tbe
earthquake was that it. did not appear to follow the old fault in tbe
earth's crust as in the past, hut extended from the sea coast to the Sierras, including hitherto exempt
mountain areas. It was felt to the
northward of Sacramento in the
Sacramento Valley, southwest ns far
as Fresno and to the east at Oarson
and Reno, Nevada, the latter place
experiencing the heaviest shock in its
history.
Some slight damage was done to
buildings  in  San Francisco.
procured, Tin* work ol arranging
i-t nis should lie proceeded with
at oncn. aitl not Ik- delayed until tbe
very las- minute as In former years.
Properly advertised m time will bring
the resu '- ■■■•■ nil desire, .md give
its pportnnlty  tn arrange
for  the    Visit   tu     Itevelstoke  ilUI'lBR
tair w«k.
CROP CONDITIONS.
The *' I'll   telegi iphic reports   Ior
the p.i-'   ireek   itate without  except
■ ions could     not     be
mor*      I i. .,    big  hal vest.
• ueral, while the
tempet en cool enough to
allow   of 1 out.   Many
report  tbat
rt    Nowhere bas
-.-.*.-■ - :   igt from bail and
unless this happens, a bumper   crop
n all  dlsti   ■
..- the heavy i I •*.*   ;• -•  week
.-■i.n   through  the dry
period        -     -   isual in July.
*.ty   "f   thp   prairie    pi..
 *
o! Br who  will      Ire
mmense      Irurt
crop  ■    •- '
B. C. mill?
that      awakened   those   Who   slept   and
frightened those standing about the
,leeks and sal,i,ms, tore h,,|es through
tbe Bteel plates, the tear penetrating
Both bottoms ol the veesel. The
Bteamer staggered ofl shivering and
water surged In. Nothing could be
done. The raring Md, swepl the
steamer through t hu Narrows and
she was swung Into Plumper bay at
the north end and Bteamed toward
the sand] beach while the vfater :!*■*.:
ed tn, au.l the ateamei settled quickly.
To Report on Conditions
Not Self-supporting
Winnipeg, J uiu    0
were  given  today   : v   W     II    Lal    -
*',nit freight
tbe c* P. R
il*  poinl '
crn provinces are     nol Hi Mr
•
i -al;.:**   th
*'
,.f foodstuff
ed  Stai trom fl
* ■
mg house produi I
tie,
'•In tl
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the west
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*f   its   ag
Mr.  and   Mrs.   Mclntyre left, on Sat
urday (or Vancouver, stopping    over
ai  Revelstoke  to vleit Irlends there.
Mr, ('lark ol Calgary, comes as train
master here.
our   public
30th  Inst,   for
Miss  Brown  i
at her home i
school closed on th>
the summer bull lays.
enjoying the holidays
i Revelstoke.
II.". Mi. Mitchell, late ol Kngland.
preached ,n Sl Stephens church on
the 2ml. Inst ind delivered a very
impressive discourse. After Hie long
absence ol Bervite here It was a treat
Indeed, We hope we will :*•
have - * * "i;!y frnm now on
MONUMENT TO LAURA SECORD
CANADIAN PACIFIC Oil
Property Producing 12,000 Barrels per day
A   I eeived
by ti-     • ■ .-   premier,     Hon.     Dr.
Mr. J o
* «r. ta   •
ut  Rr- '  immil
i to I       '    ■  ■
  '     ■
■ -rt      I .   -
and ; •• Il       rtal
*i     \y .    •
Jaune 0 tobt
»Vie  '• thai.
bbrec  ' men followini      con
struct I tbe O.T.I
■*   .   d ■ • tpected
trill '
d I- •
i nre u'   :,-.:   m i peaci    11 ■
Pent       Mi    K : k  -,    <-.
had long ai ! eminently practical tx
perlence ii  I
•'   I 1 ■  ne * 	
, r>»d to 'be front     at   doe*    nl ■   -•> rd to feod its
Il rable thai    ipon    Ins   own     ell nd even  the  farmer"
r*»j'nr' •'••  mmeadatlon.i,      up   ithem *
■  ■ • "■ ni ide of local m*-n | F/i't-'. ir'* • ire   mporl
pel}  as Justtcea ol tbe.ed ,l ,r" "ntarln   Wl neon   n     wim.
;*4.„r. Victoria  Col   k:i *'"!  i   ''■       thwo I aa t'.alWom
,,n|gt. ''''"   I" :    ""• I   Itsell
I to grain growing,    until    the   more
PREMIER TO WHD,
Mon treat,   J ily  I  -Sir r.omer Gou*
I remlei  * '   Q ieb«c, will shortly j
.  ,:   v        UIC«   Vinos,      daughter of ,
Mrs.  1..  M.   Amo« nf this city.
tide to be Is now In I'arli.
Tbe J "'■"
settled portlont ol the country   ere
clinking out. tbe    product til	
which formerly shipped fl million hus
bels   ol   grain   a season   im- t no i
dropped i" hetv ei n  100,000 and   IM
busliels    while  iln-  .irienge      r« -
| mains tbe same,    On the other Uuud
In   ■    ■   ■•■
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n     Revels! I
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one
morning   on
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-    ' ills      in
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mti       tbe
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on,
moerned
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hares l the    K tcb&ngt
,-mil the :■:■■■■     9 nn
imp   :**,    tod IJ     '*■*!,   H •
'*.'*'
the p to
mother  wel      *   '
•omewhere
around Kmas, The property
foi *'" ■■ ell    ind ii  i   nol hard     * *
it thi  company't IntonN
will tie when we are fully developed,
This well is i a* Ing about f2O(HO00
0 -.* ai
ffe are onlj Into Hie oil sand aWitti
IS feet as the gss presiurc was     tyo
Queenston,  Ont.,  July  l—Upon  the
historic sod of Queenston      Heights,
overlooking the Niagara river,  where
the     American      invaders  a hundred
years     ago,      there is to 'he unveiled
shortly a handsome monument erected by the liominioii government     in
honor of  Laura Secord, one    of   the
must     conspicuous heroines of Canadian  history.   The unveiling    Is     to
be made the occasion for interesting
ceremonies, which will include nddrcs-
ses  hy  Sir George Koss. Mr.    J. W.
I.angmuii*.  chairman  of  tbe  Niagara
Falls i'ark Commission, and others.
Laura  Irrgersoll Becord,     in    com-
memoration ol whose deed of devot -
to  ion and daring   the monument     has
been srected,  lived  With  her  husband
near  Ntagara-on-the-Lakes,   the anei-
capltal   "(   Dpper   Canada.   In the
War "f  1812 her husband     took     up
arms  to  protect  his home and colintrv.    Wounded  In  battle,   be was tak-
hls home to be nursed by   his
*■:  wi-fe
lay twi   Vmerlcan officers call-
' home and demanded
Wbtie serving them,  Mrs. Se-
w words ol their con
ial .-.lied her'tbat the
Ame; : -, mplatei] a surprise at
• Bi tieb   \rmy  which was
•      vicinity   ol    Beaver
lal fcness the woman
Ions trip to     warn
making the lung journey
woods beset with wild
md   guerilla   bands.
-   ivel 22 mili'».   and one
■van in  getting through
She   *      nuppoii
Imei   an   soldiers,
i • en  ibe     ij    i'.oking
DOMINION DAY SHOOT
Successful Day with R.M.R. Boys
at the Range
The members ami visiting friends
of Company No. 5, K.M.R., held a
must successful shoot at the range
on Dominion Day. In the evening a
smoking concert was held in the drill
ball were the visiting Irlends were
given a hearty welcome. A first-class
program was arranged und selections
were given by tho bugle band throughout the evening. Tlie prizes won
during the day at the range were
distributed at the, clout' of the evening's entertainment. The vlBltors
were well pleased with the reception
given them by Nnf .1 Company nnd
Voted the Inenl buys jolly good Iei
lows, assuring l.bcm ol their presence
again at the next shunt.
The (ollowing are the .scores and
w inner?:
ItliNNlNC. MAN.
Capt. Vicars, 1st, set ol horns,
Sergt. Dull, 2nd, bill book; Sergt.
(larner Garner, 3rd, pipe ruck; Corp.
Overton,       lib,   butter   dish;      Sergt.
Burke, nth, shaving dish.
RAPID F1KK.
l'te. Bjoqtllst, 1st, Mower vase;
Capt, Smith, 2nd, set carvers; ('apt.
J Vicars, 3rd, letter rack; Sorgt. Cramer, 4th, smoker's set; Corp. Overton,
5th, handkerchiefs.
I TWO  HUNDRED  YARDS.
I I'tc. Bjoqulst, 1st, .f-l.nn; Ool. Segt.
Donald, 2nd, $11.50; Capt. Vicars, ilrd
$2.50; l'te. Lehman, -Ilh, $1.5(1,
FIVE HUNDRED YARDS.
Col. Sergt. Donald, 1st, fruit dish;
Col. Sergt. Woods, 2nd, cut glass
bowl; Pte. Sjoi|Uist, 3rd, candle
sticks; l'te, Jjehman, -Ith, clock; Cnpt
Vicars,  at'li,  tobacco  pouch.
SIN HUNDRED YARDS.
1 l'te. Lehman, 1st, military brushes;
Sergt. ('lark, 2nd, enke plate; Bandmaster Laughton, 3rd, gong; Pte.
SjoiDiist, +th, oak butter dish; Pte.
Durrand, 5th, knife.
GRAND AGGREGATE.
I Pte. Lehman, 1st, gold medal; Pte.
Bjoqulst, 2nd, silver mednl with gold
centre; Bandmaster Laughton, 3rd,
silver medal; Sergt. ('lark, 4tb,
bronze medal; Col. Sergt. Donald,
5th, cigar case; Capt. Vicars, 6th,
soap box.
|      TEAM   SHOOT —KAMLOOPS,
84
«7
92
8*7
88
93
525
A PROGRESSIVE GARDENER
No Space Wasted in the Ranch
of Robert Tapping
If there wire any proof necessary
that this Bection of the Interior *iu a
fruit and vegetable growing district
par excellence, a visit to the one-
half   acre ranch  of Robt.  Tapping,
just north ol the railway track
would eventually diBpel uuy doubt
that may exist, mi this score.  ...
Phe little plot of land is rife with
vegetation, every square inch being
ninidc productive. Small trulls of
•very description flourish in all dlr
ect.iuns, While corn, beans, potatoes,
carrots, parsnips, turnips und other
vegetables are neatly laid oul in ar
fclstlc pints. PiiHBeishy on Incoming
nnd outgoing trains cannot fail tn
e attracted by this beautiful garden
and must conclude that little better
could be wished for anywhere fm-
ibis particular purpose than exisis
right here in  RevelBtoke.
The garden bespeaks the industry
and progressive spirit ol its owner.
('apt.     VicarB  	
..31
31
22
Col.   Segtf Woods  ...  .
.29
33
19
l'te.     Sjoquist    	
..33
32
27
Sgt.   Clark   	
..29
28
30
Bandmaster    Laughton
30
30
28
Pte.   Lehman   	
..30
31
32
Orange Excursion
Grand Orange Kxcursion to Salmon Arm .Inly 12l,h. Train leaves
Revelstoke at, Cr 15 a. m., returning
leaves Salmon Arm nl 8 o'clock in
thc evening, arriving in Revelstoke
at 12:45 midnight. Hevelstoke Oity
Bnnd accompanies the loca'l lodge.
Good Speakers ia the grove, good
driving and all kinds ol boating,
row boats, motor boats and stoam
boats-f Steamer Andnvcr will run
excursions during day. (Irand ball in
the evening. Fare (or the round
trip only $1.!I5.
Public Cchools Attendance
The attendance at the i'ublic schools
for    tho  montl
of       .1
ime
was
as
followH :
Central Bohool,
Div. 1
•Hi
114.50
14
II                           li
82.75
12
• 1                           11
"  111.
,H7
1)1.35
14
>l                           II
"   IV.
.88
84.93
0
• I                           II
" v..
.511
1X1.4
18
.1                      M
"  VI
.87
811.59
16
1.                           II
" VII
.20
111.82
18
"
" VII
.80
81.18
8
Totals
27(1
.42
80.66
811 Ol
llll
Stvathoona Sehl
.Div. 1
20
ii        ii
"    II.
.40
88.06
18
ii        ti
11   III.
. 88
87.89
11
"
"   IV.
|I4
88.18
II
Totals
170
88.00
08
High School Attendance
Attendance   at   RevelBtoke     High
.School lor month ol June, 1011.
3
w
a    »t
fc.   fc. i
High school, Div. 1.  .
,    17
83 23    8
Div. II...
10
91.05    4
27    80.48  12
CORONATION  MKDALS.
London, Juno 30.—King George
today presented the coronation mod-
als to the Dominion cnntlngonts participating in the coronation ceremonies at Buckingham Palace. Among
thoso present were, Queen Mary, the
l'rince of WnlcB, the Duko of Connaught, Lord Roberts, Lord Kitchener, and several Dominion premiers.
RKVELSTTKE
Gol.   Sergt.  Donald   31
Oapt.   Smith    29
Sergt.     Dufl   29
Sergt. Garner  28
Pte.    Durrand   25
Pte.     Fenton ...  25
33
30
21
23
86
87
30
20
79
•28
22
78
20
26
71
22
19
G7
4(11
200  YARDS—SECOND  CLASS.
Corp. Allan,  1st, rille sight;    Corp.
Aldridge,   2nd,   Orthoptic;   Pte.   Roe,
:ird,  cruit stand; Pte.  Humphries,4th,
box  of cigars.
500  YARDS—SECOND  CLASS.
Corp.   Allan,   let,  $4.50;  Pte.   Humphries,     2nd,  $3.50;  Pte.  Roe,      3rd,
$2.50;  Corp. Lish-e,  4th, $1.50.
600   YARDS—SHCOND  CLASS,
l'te.   Humphries,  1st.  pipe;      Corp.
Allan,  2nd,  box  of cigars;  Corp.   Aldridge, 3rd, oak jar; Rte. T. Roc, 4th
clock;  Pte,  G.   Hamilton,  5th,   knife
GRAND  AGGREGATE—2ND CLASS.
Corp. Allan,  1st,  MeKinnon cupand
vase;      Pte.  Humphries,  2nd,       gold
medal;   Corp.   Aldridge,  3rd,       Tele -
scope;   Pte.  T.   Roe,   4th.   pipe;   Corp.
l.i-.-he, 5th, knife.
GREEN  SHOOT.
l'te.  Kendall,  1st,  oak clock;
Towers,  2nd, safety razor; Pte.
3rd,  cartridge  belt;  Pte.  spice,
ritle sling.
l'te.
Hull,
4th,
,**.  permitted
log C iptain
li i i
r- ■■ tin-
n.l  Mun
the
Dam
*.-.*••
ii (e a it vs
'    • *7 the
[|M4   Bl  - ■    'n: 'tha
■   .*ri»d       n
■'Md,
loslte
- ird    I the d rath ol
tbove the medallion
ol 1 owl ng
unument bus beet urf. w„y ,he rendered
*  menl  oi    < tn wis    t<
Cr
* ird      wbo   b.m-'I
life    III    II"'      .'ll." *l,
'ii*ii.i,i-i   i ■
*    mt  '.wn   111   COI      ■• Dg  to
'1'iirbntis the Information
i.v "*in'i: I**- **i,m    the    victory     of
ft iver Dan       inly 24,  1819 "
Concert Monday Night
Tbe  Co i weight.  Concert Co.      will
give  one  of  their  popular  entertainments   in   the   Methodist  rhuivh       on
Monday  night,  commencing at    8:15
o'clock, under the auBploea   of   the
liny Bcoul movement. These talented
people come well  rerommended     and
no duiilri  but they will be well     re-
celved,   The following  Is frnm      the
iry Record ol March lasl
At  Pratern ty Hail  Monday mi-lit,
);*      Oai' wrlght    ' loncorl   Company,
ind entertainers, wero   re-
i-Mi'.ed   by   ii   good     i/ed   einwil.     They
•lund program In a refined way (nr refined people and it
■ ■    thot oughly appreciated,     As an
Mi.itnt*   Mrs    I'm I wrii'hl.     is    n
.md left the house In a   roar
■  i.i 1,-iitii  gach  time the appeared.
Mr   Cai i i.i ii-bt h  a musician ui deep
■ * i hv,     while    little
mply obarmed tbe audienoe
her  pnrts.
TO      IIK'  l    or fur Sale,  sir roomed
>n Fourth -treed, new, Ap
ply .1 ii Header, Fourth itreet,
east*
NOTICE
i,*.*.*m!  Orange  Lodge,    li""*      will
meet ,,i the OM Port Office    Hall nt
i   10 p in ,  duly 'ith.  to attend Divine
iierv-iMC nt   the Methodtnt   church.     All
momberu nre requested to ire present
and nil visiting Orangemen cordially
invited.
Wm, Armstrong. W, M.
H. MtKtoney, R. 3*
WANTED—A turner und twn snsh
and door men for RevelBtoke Sash
and  Door  Factory. 3t.
Shaw's Sash and Door Factory
Manufacturers of Sasli and Doors, Mouldings
and all kinds of Woodwork.
Get vour Screen Doors and Windows made to
Order.
G. 2). Shatv,   -    Proprietor
NOTICE!
We are now handling the Victor  Talking
Machii-ccnd Victrolas.   This is a new branch in
our business and we intend to make it a big one.
We have 16 diflerent styles of machines to choose
from and over 15,000 records.
If you live out of town write us and we
will send you our catalogue of all the new records
each month as they come out.
Mail Orders filled same day as received.
Diamond Hall, Ltd.
$&£&■ i.   Hugh"McArthur, Manager.
Photos! Photos! Photos!
Get your Photos at the TRUEMAN STUDIO and
be satisfied. ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
It will be your own fault if you accept anything
that does not fully pleasa you.
Baby Photos a Specialty
Developing and Printing for Amateurs. Prices
Right.   See me before sending work out of town.
A. D. Tourner
Trueman Studio - Over Macdonald's Drugstore
GOURLAY PIANOS
High-Priced, But Worth the Price
Call and Bee ' iinn.    l,et us  (jive you the   reason
uh\ thej nre the hest that money can hnv.
Edison Phonographs - Victor Gramophones
ALL RECORDS OF THESE TWO MACHINES KEPT
Agent for Gourlay. Winter &Iyeeming's
Gherhard Heintzman   and other noted
makers of Canada's finest pianos.
J".   BinSTG-HI^LM: WEDNESDAY,   JULY
1011.
the: zivljlil-ihiieir-^lid.. eeyelstoke
WEDNESDAY,   JULY,
1911.
h
THE CANADIAN  BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., President
ALEXANDER  LAIRD,  GENERAL MANAGER
CAPITAL, - $10,000,000" REST, -   $8,000,000
DRAFTS ON FOREIGN COUNTRIES
Every branch of The Canadian Hank of Commerce is equipped to issue drafts on
the principal cltlea in thc following countries without deli
Africa " Crete
Arabia , „   Cuba
Arjrrutinr Rrpublic Prnmark
Australia
Aiistri-i-Muntfary
Belgium
Bratil
Bulgaria
Ceylen
Chili
China
Kpypt
Faroe Klamls
Finland
Formosa
France
Fr'ch Cochin Ch
Germany
Great HHtnin
Hollant
Iceland
India
Ireland
Italy
Japan
Java
1 Malta
Zealand
No
Norway
Panama
PhljLln.
I'„rlii|;.il
Kouinftnifl
RllSBla
Sc-rvia
Sib-rrln
Soudan
Smith Africa
Spain
Straita Scttlemen
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
United Statu
Uruguay
West ln.li*?*.. etc
Manchuria
^^ Mexico
The amount of these drafts is statetl in tho money of tlie country where tliey are p
able ; thai is they are drawn in sterling, franca, marks,  lire,  kronen, florins, y
taels, roubles, etc., as the ease may be.    This ensures that   the payee abroad
acieivM the actual amount intended, A
REVELSTOKE    B-RANCH--F   Nl.  GIBSON. NIQR
will
233
MEN'S   AND   BOYS'   SHOES
The leather that Roes into our shoes and the
men who make them can always be depended
upon. That's why our customers are always
satisfied.
Our harness is the very best. Dusters,
Whips, Trunks, Suit Cases. All leather goods
always in stock.   Call and see our goods.
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
Boot and Shoe Repairers,
Saddlers
Harness Makers
FURNITURE
We Carry a complete stock of Furniture,
Carpets, Linoleums, Oilcloths, Etc. Get our
prices before purchasing elsewhere.
R. HOWSON & COMPANY
Revelstoke. it. c.
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED; 1855
Capital Paid Up
Reserve Fund
$4,000,000
$4 400,000
Has 77 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in all the Principal Cities of the World.
A QENEHAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS     BANK   DEPARTMENT
At all Branches     Interest allowed at highest current rate
REVELSTOKE, B. G. Branch, W. H. PRATT Manager.
Under New Management.
Wm. Boyd, Proprietor
Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
The Greatest Health Resort on the Continent
Natural Hot Water. 124 Degre >•; of Ilea
Natural Hot Water in Baths.    O    '. All Year
Rales from $12 to $15 Per Week
GET   WISE!
Have the Best!     It Pays!
You can get the best of
Everything in the line of
SMOKERS' SUNDRIES
At the Reliable Headquarters
McKinnon's Cigar Store
ASK THE DRIVER
Everybody knows him, he will
tell you Hal the whiskeys we are
Bellingai-S lho best. Call and he
convinced. No household should
be without a supply of <ui* Harvey's Special Siotcli Whiskey; our
Frapln Liqueur Brandy, guaranteed
80 yeais old  or Blackberry Brandy
for Medicinal purposes.  Our stock
of choice Wines and Litjiiors "f all
kinds are unexcellid.     Sold by all
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged   an(i Improved.    First-Class in every respect.     All modern convenience'
Large .Sample Kouins.
Rat^s 452.00 per day       Special Weekly Rates
'Revelstoke, B.C.
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably   furnished   with  the  choicest the
market affords.     Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
J.    ALBEET     STOISTE!      .PJRO.P.
Plain needlework, machining, Infanta' long and short, clothes, etc.
-Apply thiB Ollico. 4t,
Ladies or Cents Saddle Horse for
hire. Apply I'\ M. Matheson, Kootenay Agencies ollice, or Oummlngs1
Transfer. 4t.
Lumb
umbermen
It will pay you to
make a., call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -   Revelstoke, B. C.
hefore buying yonr outfit of working clothes
(or the bush. I make a
specialty of Logging
Shoes, Pants, Sox, Shirts
Blankets ami everything
required inyor.r business.
For Sale
25 foot  Lot and  House, Third Street
$1(1(10.
Three Lots on Second Street, near the
new Pest Ofllce, $12(10.
House and Lot near Y.M.C. A., $M.'iO.
Two   lots   and   House. Third   Street,
82000.
House and Lot, First Street, near the
new Post Ofllce, $2100.
55 feet on Sixth Street, $700.
50 feet on Victoria Road, $550.
12 Room House, Second Street, 50-foot
lot, S150U.
And other first-class values.
Hall and Investigate
W. B. Robertson
Great West Permanent Loan
Company Agency
Fruit Lands
FOR SALE
(ialena Hay lands in pBrcels of
10 or 20 acre." or en bloc. Correspondence invited.
John Shaw. Agent.
Box 616 Arrowhead
E.   G.    BURRIDG"
Tinsmith Repairs, Hot Air, Pipe
and Furnace work
—WORK   8HOP-
ConnauRht Ave.   -   Revolstoke
TIKE TO PLACE YOUR ORDER
FOR SPRI C  PAINTING
Let me paint your house right. 1 do
nothing but first-class work. Quality
considered my price is low. The best
materials used and work done when
promised. Try me on your interior
decorating. My work is guaranteed to
please.
SIGNS I can furnish you with any
kind you want. Glass, brass, tin, cloth
or wood.    Get my prices.
Carriage and Wagon Painting .it my
shop iu alley back of Iv. J. Bourne's
Store, First Street.
R. Z. CRAWFORD!
Residence Cor. :ird St. and Robson live
     _ I lhe leading hotels, or telephone
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.. Ltd.
importers and Dealers in Pure Wines, Liquors, Cigars and Cigarettes
The Coldstream Estate Nurseries
VERNON, B. C.
Have a very tine assortment of l-'RUIT TREES,
Ornamental and Shade Trees and Shrubs
Budded   Stock   a   Specialty
All trees offered for sale are grown in our own  Nurseries
on the Coldstream  Estate
V. D. Curry, Geo. Matheson,
General Agent, Local Agent,
Vernon, 3, C, Revelstoke, B, C
John Lee
Drygoods Store
Dressmaking and Jewelry
Hand-Painted Chins, Rat-
tan Chairs, and fancy
tiling. Battenbnrg Bed
Spreads, Shams, Scarfs for
Dressers, etc.
Removed lo opposite tide
of Street from Central
Hotel.
Prices Reasonable      P 0* Bo. 203
Front St.. Lower Town, Reveletoke
Pacific Coast
Tested Seeds
ArriviiiK daily our new and
fresh atoek of Seeds, grown
under contract hy the best
growers ui .-ill parts ol I Iim
world. S "ds that will give
you the I""i results. One irbil
will coin i re you. Also a full
line of giti den requisites, Implements of all kinds: Uee
Supplies, sprayers,Spray, and
a full line nf ('hick 1'eeils mil
Conkey's remedies Prp«*s the
button, we will do the rest.
M. J. Henry Nurseries
3011 Westminster Road
A. R. MCDOUOALL,    -   Manager
Vancouver, H. I!.
Ii. B. STONEX
Practical..
Machinist
Repairs of all  kinds  neally done
Bicycle and (bin work anpecialty
Kntimalen given on sny class
of work
Front       Street.
UNION HOTEL
ARROWHEAD, li. e.
Special Attention jitsn to oommsralal
men and tourists. Kirst-elan*. MUnpli
roonia. Finest scenery in Uriiisli Oolnm
hia, overlooking Upper Arrow Lake.
W. J. Lightburne. Prop
CEMENT BLOCKS
Msunfscinrsd Inr sh oiasi.s of  bolldlun
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE CLAY AND FIRE BRICKS
For nii in UriHi '>r imill QPlOtlilM
IttRtloVHt  prltti fofCMn
AU Mini • "f hnil'iine nnd ijlu-Nritifl
II 'Ifrtnkni!
Foote & Pradolini.
REVELSTOKE
ST. ANN'S   ACADEMY
KAMLOOPS, 8. O.
Affords superior educational advantages. Hand-some ne« brick building,
modern equipment, extensive grounds,
i llassei graded in accordance with ilie
ichools throughout Ihli Province,
i omplete Musi" and An Departments.
Special courses In Shorthand, Type
writing mid Hook-keeping. Particular
attention given m refinement "i manners nml correct Knglish.
ikhms MODMATI
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i" bachelor ot -widower, or oo farm
il  work  ih not too hcuvy.       Apply
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WORLD NEWS IN PARAGRAPH
J   A Symposium of What is Happening in   -
{ All Parts of the World J
Richard lleinsley, one of Montreal's
loading  jewellers,  hns assigned.
Lincoln Conservatives on Saturday
re-nomlnated B.  A.   Lancaster, M.l'l
John Atkinson, of Montreal, lust
liin left leg under an engine at
Brockville.
Lincoln Beachey, aviator, yesterday
Hew Inini Buflalo to bhe Palls It 15)
minutes.
Saskatchewan estimates that 20,''00
ini'ii will be needed to harvest tl e
ue\t crop.
David ll. Mills, o! Montcilm, N.H.,
has sent Jl.ooo to the St. Cuuiarlnis
(lencrul hospital.
BmallpoX ia reported In Dawsr.n
City, Yukon, ami th-e Governor ol
Alaska   wants   a   stricter   q<l tract uc.
Tho Miller block, including the
post office, at Shoal Lake, Mm' ,»aa
struck by lightuing und buried. Less
$18,000.
Luclen Hoy, aged 17, of y*.w.)"c,'»Es
ucoldenta.ly shot In the nbdoraea i y
a revolver which u ehum wu-s s-how -
ini;  him.
Krcd Gillies, of Uinbrook, i'.fi-med
the Hamilton police that V.'r lii'>8'lay
nilflit lour men forced themiolves in
his unto und made him ta*-.e n ttolen
bUKKy  to  Ityckraun's corners.
The Colvin Co., of Kingston, will
raise thc burg* Tuvie, sunk near Al-
exunili-ia Buy, with wheat v.cith
.{35,000f
Alex. Mad'ill un aged draymen hud
his skull fractured when a car struck
his rig at thc Soo.
Au Italian hus invented a conical
pneumatic buffer for descending aero-
planes.
Liverpool scumen's strike leaders
huve culled out the union employees
ol 4(1 hrms in the shipping federation.
A railway engineer, who saw a boy
lloundering in the river below a
bridge, near Pittsburg, stopped his
engine, plunged in and rescued him.
Dr. Ht S. Tanner, aged 82, of Los
Angeles, Cal., famous the world over
as a "faster" also oilers himself as a
substitute on the gallows for the Soo
murderess.
Two trunks carried by Horace
Gruuheld, of New Jeesey, killed in an
auto smush in Colorado, contained
bonds, etc., worth -$500,000 on which
the  State will collect inheritance tax
A new Atlantic line lietween Providence,  R.I.,  und  Kurofie is talked of.
Two women lu»t their lives and
one man wus fatally burned in at-
tempting their rescue ln a lire which
destroyed a bout house at Nantucket
Muss.,  where u  dunce wus being held
The grandstand of the Hamilton
Jockey Club has been destroyed by
an incendiary  fire.
S.i Dodald Muan has returned from
England. He says Sir William Mac-
kenzle and he were busy oo railway
matters abroad and huve arranged
for money sultieient to complete the
Cauadiun Northern line from Ottuwa
t" Toronto, and will also rush ahead
with tbc tilling in ot thc htg gap around Lake Superior.
Closed shop for any single trade in
the building line ls not wanted by
the organized labor party of Vancouver. Tbe slogan is "All or nothing." Friday morning the committee which was appointed to represont
tbe independent contractors, held a
meeting and drafted a basis lor the
proposed settlement of the strike,
which wa- later submitted to tbo
men's representatives. This was
to the effect that carpenters should
receive $4.25 a duy nnd that the closed shop principle should bc observed
in thc building trades to the same
extent as it was before war broke
out between the employer and the
employed. The committee was disposed to guarantee thc elosed shop
so far as carpenters were concerned,
but could not make any pledges In
behalf of the sub-contrat-tors aa to
what discrimination  could  be shown.
A vote on the reciprocity measure
in the i S. senate will be taken
about the end of July.
Sir Wilfrid Laurier and Sir Frederick Borden sailed from Liverpool on
Friday for home.
The Duke ot Cannaught has an -
nounced that the Prince of Wales,
the huir to the British throne, will
visit Canada this fall.
Sir Wilfrid Laurier announced in
London last week that Lord Strathcona, was about to resign as High
Commissioner for Canada. Much regret is felt in government and official
circles at the approaching retirement
of the High Commissianer, wbo, since
hiB appointment in 1896, bas worked
untiringly in the interests of the Dominion. The exuet time when Lord
1 Strathcona will relinquish office is
not at pre-^ent known.
COAL SHORTAGE IMMINENT
As a Result of the
Strike of Miners in Pass
Calgary, June 2s.—Tbat there will
be a serious shui'tugc uf coal  in    the
Oanadian northwest during the coming fall  and   winter  because  of       the
miners'     strike    in    this   provisos,
through whieh jirai'iitally all the
mines In the Crow's Nest Pass mm -
Ing .listrict and tbot-Jc along the
main line of the Canadian Pacific railway leading to the Kicking Horse
pass, are closed downand seven thoua
and workers have thrown down their
picks and shovels, is tbe prediction
I of David lv Adams, oue uf the biggest coal-dealers iu Winnipeg, aud
part ownei of several Important mining enterprises, who is in tins city
today  en ruiitc trom lethbridge.
"Kveii though tho aimers started
woik at the end of tlii* month, a serious shortage next winter could not
lie averted," be said. "If the strike
were settlod tomorrow it Would lake
fully a month to get the mines in full
swing ami that would l>e tbe end of
August uud then lully lour months
would hav liecn lost. All tl," lescm-
' "i age of coal nt various points
throughout the wist has been used
lip, and four mouths l-eliinl to start
with the mines COUM li'l possibly
catch up, for theru will I* a deinin.i
Inr all the coal that can lie turned in
to this country by the end of Sept
ember."
Mr. Adams pouit-cd out that wbeu
tbc mines Ml ;n full u|>erution belore the strike, It has heen impossible for I bom to get very far ahead
of the demand, and that with the
great development and greatly in-
ii.-asi-.l population of the thre<> prairie provinces It would be utterly impossible now.
WILL SUCCEEO DALY
Judge Walker Appointed Police
Magistrate of Winnipeg
Winn.peg, June 28—Judge David M.
Walker, fur a number of years senior county court judge of the eastern
judicial district, has been appointed
police magi.-trute for the city of Win-
nijieg to sucoeed the late Hon. T.
Mayne Daly. This announcement was
made this eveniug by Hon. Kobert
Rogers, minister of public works of
.Manitoba, in whose department the
magisterial appointment came. Judge
Walker will also take charge of tbe
juvenile court cases, a branch of the
police court work in which the late
magistrate was greatly interested,
being in fact, primarily responsible
for the advocacy of its inauguration.
SOMK  USES FOR SALT.
with
MK.Hlilsiini' O'CONNOR DKAD
Toronto, Juno 30. —Archbishop
O'Oonost di.-l here thia morning. The
drreased prelate had licen ill for a
m,.ii*.,,1,.ruble time and his deaeh was
not unexpected. He succeeded the hit*
Archbishop Walsh as archbishop of
Toronto, but wae rompelled to retire
from the head of the diocese on account of ill-health. Archbishop O'Conner was recognized as one of the
mott learned members of the Canadian Homaa Cstoolic pnutljood,
i    It is well to wipe up floors
^ salt water.
Salt removes discoloratlons from
the teapot.
Matting should be washed with salt
wuter and wiped dry.
Clean willow furniture by u good
scrubbing wieh salt Water.
Sewer gas is counteracted if a band
fui ol salt  bc placed  in the  basin.
Knunj-ei may be cleaned by an application of salt moistened with vinegar.
Black and white goods may be safely washed if salt is added to the
water.
A smouldering or dead fire may he
cleared fur broiling by a handful of
salt.
OoPPST and glass may be cleaned
by dipping half a lemon in tine salt
and then  rubbing thc soiled  articles.
OdofB ert strong smelling foods may
ite removed Irom cooking utensils hj|
placing them, bottom side up, over
salt which has been put on a hot
stove.
CORONATION  MEDALS.
London, Jnne 30.—King George
today pre-sented the coronation mod
als to the Dominion contingents par
ticiputing in the coronation ceremonies nt Buckingham Palace. Among
those present were Queen Mary, the
Prince of Wales, tbe Duke of Connaught. Lord Roberta, Lord Kitcb-
iner,  and several Dominion premiers, ^^SFJTO^o*^
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have purchased property and have become independently rich,
if you act right now.     Do not let the other fellow get in ahe;
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A Retrospect
The City of Steady i
Twenty years ago she was but a little
village of four or five hundred. You could
in half an hour count every house. Then
you had no faith in her possibilities for
growth and you didn't invest your earnings. You passed the opportunity up and
to-day you are not much further ahead.
A Regret
Have you been a Rip Van Winkle and
slept for these past twenty years ? If so
you must now wake up to the possibilities
of the next twenty years and regret your
inaction. Sit down and look yourself in
the face, ask yourself if you have acted
wisely Be honest about it and answer the
question in all seriousness.
BOI
If you invest in Revelstoke Property now, you are investing" in a sure i|
tion but an investment, and one that will pay you handsome dividends,
make money, write,  Phone or Call on us without delay.
Dominion   Seeurl
CHAS. A. BARNUM, Secretary and Manager. SUFFICIENT
tl ier ?    If you do she will lead you on to fortune and independence.
■ taintance who have stepped into cities before the boom started,
I are just as clever as they and their experience will be yours
fou and take all the profits.    No better investment in the West.
rl id Persistent Growth!
Invest Right at Home!!
A Prospect
With the surety that Pulp, Paper and
Lumber Mills are to be established here,
you know that this City must go ahead
in leaps and bounds in the next few years.
Can you afford to let the opportunity of
becoming independent slip by for ever?
Just look ahead. With the increased development, property must advance correspondingly and if you act now you are the
winner.
A Resolve
Decide right now. If you want a Lot
or a few lots, get them now before they
double or treble in value. Make up your
mind right now that there will be no more
of that Rip Van Winkle business for you.
Thousands of homes will be needed for the
large number of workers in these various
enterprises and you don't want to be forced
to live out in the suburbs owing to the increased price of property. Think it over
and decide at once.
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THE MAIL-HERALD, EEVELSTOKB
WEDNESDAY,   JULY,   5,   l'Jll.
C. P. R. PROGRESS
First Train left Montreal tor the
Coast 2!i years ago Saturday
Montreal. July 1—Twenty-live years
ago today the tirst transcontinental
train of the Canadian Pacific railway
pulled out from Montreal for the Pacific coast     li   was a mcmorabl '■•
caaion marking thc consummation of
the greatest work Canada had ovor
undertaken,
Kor a country with less than [our
millions ii people to build a railway
across the North American continent
—thc first and still the only actual
transcontinental line connecting the
two great ■ eons— was a remarkajble
achievement whose importance was
accentual l by the fact that for
many hundreds of miles Its lines traversed regions altogether unknown
where men I.l not live—around the
.- ckhound northern shores of Lake
Super;"!, across the Western plains,
then in urtei solitude, and over nal
ure's ma * I * kyscrapers in tbe
Canadian Rockii
No less '.v,'!i,!enui lms been the
growth and expansion of Canada's
great nati' nal highway during the
intervening quarter of a century. The
company dl-d not nerely remain a
common carrier- it became more— a
developer and an empire builder and
so potent a factor in filling the wants
of others as well as the vast army
of travellers that both on land and
sea the C.P.R, to.lay is a name to
en jure with. Fr :.i comparatively
small beginnings, as seen by twentieth century eyes it has developed into a world encircling institution with
magnificent, fleets "ii "lean and Inland   waters—an   immigration   agency
that  has j pled  li.iif a     continent,
even to furnishing ready-made homes
to the ■ imi .-.*, liters—a forceful factor
in the development of mines and mining—an inaugurati r "f huge irriga
tion works thai are reclaiming n
kingdom.     The compnny,  too,      bo
■ *  h i\ ng extensive ear  works    at
diflerent  ; lints  where t! sands    nre
* mpi iyed a bi I ling its ; oiling sleek
has its own t-plograph and express ser
vices thai reach everywhere, and a
chain "f palatial hotels to comfortably house those who travel, and it
even employs Swiss guides to pilot ;
daring mountaineers to dizzy heights
and runs sanitariums and summer rei
rtfl wheie fchi pleasure seeker may \
holiday and the health of the invalid
!.e restored. 11s record fully justifies
the nam. happily bestowed upon it
by an eminent European- 'Providence
Incorporated.'
A few figures will give some idea "f
tbe greatness of its growth:
The total earnings of 1886 wera a
little      ovei   $10,000,000,   and   the  net
earnings less than M, ,obo, bhe sue
- after le.luctlng tin-o11 charges be
ing $f,.14.lll This year's gross earnings will  proi ably be ovei   II A	
 "i an 1 tl    : el  earnings ahout s:i?,-
000,000. The mileage was then 1,651
miles, todaj Is, Including controlled lines al.. ut l."i,,"nu miles. The
■ .mi-Mr *• • n.-. rs then e.iii'iM
'■ .■ ' * i the tons of freigbl
aggregated 2.046,195 The approximate figun s foi tbi past twelve
manths are ..ver 12,000,000 passengers
and 21,350.0     I i freight. A com
parison ol tl figures Bhows that n
consideral. tiofi In the      rates
In 1886  il,"  a*.
earning  pei   passengei   per  mile  was
2 ia     '■-■ ' ■ *■' ght average  1.10
i-ents per ■ ■ m le, Today th i
i gun * *     ; 93    '■■•ins
per mile, • ghl      cents
.   ■  •  : mparison     of
the equipi     i  l | to lay Bhow -
' iw tb-* * ■* y has kept i »re < llth
the requirem • - - ol tbe trail
1911
175 880
F.rst   atj*
pa.-*'* '.*. Col
on:-' ;age
tars r.o-l
■ • sei log
dining     *.:- 17 811
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Hoarding, to : aux
iliary  'art
narked is
*   pai ■ *.   ■      :
: et i ii (Is
Ht-am. . '   '     •■•
.t has fleets nn man)       • ■      i-
and  ■*•* ■       ■    ■
over  16 Atlanl ' I
liners, • tbe   P iclfl
'oast      •: '    Lake
itei
British '
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total  ni   *"
will be increase •     •
sever
•iervicc ati '.  hj I
Dominion   Atlantic rs its
steam :
Thery* -■• n e no Boalll y      to
the com: i :   iddition   to
■ ,r.-* osi ot the • '
way and ■ indrcd ■'. mil
li.ms o' ' •• been sxpon '■■ i
oa impi ■' ■ *" :•• tueh as double
tracking, reductloi I grades, cut ■•■
•Himln.it" ., i i ■ ■ len bl Idgei
with sti.ei erecting new
.*  t on              largiog old one . etc,
" *   , ■       ol   extending   branch
ones wh.-r.** er ne till     being
.   pui i *-1,
In one way only Ii.ib the C.P.R. re-
cuV.ned "as tt was'' und tbat ls   in
the retention ol llie services of ollic.
ials and employees. It is practioally
manned today as it was manned a
quarter of a century ago, with, of
course, the addition of the many
thousands required iiy the expansion
of the road. The total numlier em
uloyed now reaches 80,0110 and these
are stationed In almost evory civil -
ized country on the face of the earth
There was no pension (und in 1886,
■for none was needed. Today thero
arc over 500 of thc old faithful workers on the pension roll, none of
whom receive less than $20 a month
—a positive contradiction of the powerful saying that corporal ious have
no  souls.
All this shows that the Canadian
Pacific is, as stated, moio than a
transportation company In lhe generally accepted sense of thc term. It
is an empire builder an.l its name
will ever be remembered us the croa
tor of western Canada und a great
developing [-actor wherever its line
penetrate.
AN EXCELLENT INVESTMENT
Among the many good provisions
ol the Canadian government Annul -
tics Act ns that unilt i which a hus
hand and wile, two sisters, or, In
(ael. any Iwo persons may join m
the purchase of what Is known as a
Last Survivor Annuity, that is an
Annuity which will bo paid to both
so long as both live, anil t" tin' sur*
vivor so long as he or she lives. For
example, a man who is now 71 recently purchased a Last Survivor
Annuity for himself and sister, two
years older, at a cost of $4,li70f This
secures them an income of $500 a
year, the first quarterly payment, falling ilue three months from the date
i n which the purchase money was
paid. Prior to the investment in a
Government Annuity the money had
hcen drawing six per cent, interest,
or yielding all income of only $280,
so that the Increased income will
make n vast difference in the comfort
anil happiness of the Annuitants,
while at the same time it will relieve
them of all anxiety as to the state
if the money market nnd the safety
of the investment.
Any information desired on ihe subject of Annuities may he obtained
hy applying to your Postmaster, or
addressing the Superintendent of
Government. Annuities, Ottawa, to
whom letters go free of postage.
SENDS MESSAGE
TD HIS SUBJECTS
Proclamation Issued by King,
Conveying Thanks tor Expressions ot Loyalty at Coronation
1 ,,.ii,l.,i;. .1 une 30. kin.' George t"
night Issued a message oi bh-anki to
ins subjects throughout the Umpire
foi tbe loyalty expressed duriug the
Coronation period. His Majesty
suys it bus encouraged him i" go
forward with Hie renewed hope tint
whatever perplexities .md difficulties
may arise, he and lit- people shall
unite in facing Ihem, and that
ultima'e oul * "Mm wil' be t" '■ he * nn
iii"ii   good.   The  message  follows
"To  my   people—Now   thai   *
"nation and its attendant ceremi
ire over, 1 i   peo
pie "f the British Empire of my grate
fui sense  that   i b be *■
with   me  through   it   all        I feel  that
beaatiful   and  ttnprees
in  the Abbey  was    rhe  mod
* . perienc-t      In	
o tl
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heartfelt  ■■■
not only   tn   the      loyal      enthu
■  ,
diflerent districts "l London, hut al-
.j. ■
free   Will    itilflt    '   I
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t** . ird with
lh.it   -i :.    ■ : mi  *
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pcopli      -      i,   unlU * them
resoluu  *    and calmly with    public
enl     that. in lei   Divine
lie ultimate *       me win
P.* to th*- common good.
Igned) GBORGE v."
nl Campbell avenue, (.Hobo Lum-
•nr company.
Box No. IS—C.P.R.  station.
Box No. 21—Corner Fifth Btroet
nd McKi'iuin avenue, Catholic
hurch.
Box No. 25—Corner Sixth stieet
nd Orton avenue,  W. A.  Foote,
Box No. 2G—Corner Fourth street
nd Townley street, corner south
rack.
Box No. 28—Corner Second etreyt
nd Kobson avenue, Mrs. Baker.
Uox No. 34-Fire Hall No. 2.
Dox  No.  35—Hospital.
Box No.  36—School.
FIRH BRIGADE NO.  ONE.
Box No. 4*1—Fire Hall No. 1.
Box No. 15—Front Btreet west,
ear C. P. R. bridge.
Box No. 46—Corner King and
louglns streets, Palace Meat Market.
Box No. 47—Corner Second and
Vales  streets,  back  of  court bouse.
Box No. 48—Corner Third and
hn. .  streets,  Cowan block.
Signal  for  practice—uot  lesB  than
lx  (G)  slow strokes.
Cno  (1)  Indicates  line broken      or
re out.
FOR    SALE.
line hundred White Leg Horn Hens;
lifty 11. 1. Reds Hens, and several
Cockerels of both kinds. Apply at
Hevelstoke Poultry Yard, P.O. Box,
221.      .1.  A,  Morgan,   proprietor.
FOR SALE—Six roomed house, new,
Fourth street, $600 cash and balance easy monthly instalments. —
Apply ..'.  II.  Header,  Vernon,  11.  ('.
Revelstoke
New & Secondhand Store
FIRST STREET WEST
Wc buy nnil sell or exchange
Furniture, Stoves, Kitchen ware,
Men's Clothing, etc., etc.
J, C. Hull - Proprietor
LOST—Necklace of large Cold Bends
Five Dollars reward will be paid to
tinder returning same to Mail-Herald  Ollice.
WANTED Tu BUY—A good second
hand Cash Register, will pay spot
cash. Address, L. Mall-Herald
Ollice.
H. W. Edwards
Pioneer Taxidermist
of The Kootenai
/ was the firs/ that ever burst
Into this silent land,
To mount the head of caribou
Or grizzly bear so grand. \
Bear Rugs Mounted
NOTICE.
Revelstoke  Land  District.
District of  West  Kootenay.
Take notice that Edith ll. MeVity,
of Revelstoke, B.C., occupation marked woman, intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described hind.
Commencing at a post planted ou
the east hank of tbe Columbia river
80 chains uorth from the North West
Corner of Lot 8I101A, Group One, Kootenay District, and marked "Edith
G. MeVity'b South-West Corner
Post," thence east 40 chains, thence
north 80 chains, thence west 40
more or less to the cast bank of thc
Oolumbia river; tbence south ulong
the cast hank of thc Columbia river
HO I hains more orless to tbe point
of commencement, containing 320
acres more or less.
Dated May 16th, lllll.
EDITH  0,   McVITY.
I'er   Charles   Robbins,    Agent.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke  Land  District.
District  of   West   Kootenuy.
Take uotice that I,  R.  Smith,      of
Revelstoke, occuputian,    B. C.    Land
'Surveyor,   inteiiu   to   apply  tor    per-
j mission to purcnase tbe following de-
I scribed lands.
Commeuciug at a post planted on
the shore of Shelter Bay at the north
end of Arrow LuKes at an angle of
L 811G.1, and marked R. Smith's
'Angle Corner l'ost, thence north 40
' chains more or less to a post of Lot
81111.1.J thence west 20 chains, tbence
! south 60 chains, thence eaBt 40
chaius more or less to the shore ol
Shelter Bay, theuce north along thc
said shore to the point of commencement, containing 100 acres moro or
less.
Dated  April  l.'llh,   l'Jll.
Mill liu UOBERT SMITH.
KOOTENAY      LODGE,  No.  18 A.  V,
and A. M.
Regular meetings are held in MASONIC TEMPLE, Oddfellows' Hall
on the Third Monday in each month
at 8 p. m. Visiting brethren are
cordially  welcome.
ROBT.  GORDON,  W.  M.
W.  B.  ROBERTSON,  Secretary.
REVELSTOKE, - B. C.
P   O. Box 31
Corporation of tho City of
Rovolstoke
Public Notice
OITY   WATER.
Coronation
iTEAmm
Packed in
BEAUTIFUL CORONATION
SOUVENIR TINS
60'   a pound
In commrmnnition of the coronation of
King George V," Kldffways" have pui on the
market a coronation tin ot a most piciurrsijuc
and exquisite deiign, beartnff excellent portraits
of King tieoryc v, Queen Mary and the Prince
of Wales. Special panels have been designed
representing Canada, India, Afrits, Australia
and New Iff -
Only alifnited number have been imported.
Trite 00c. fur one pound tins.
At  It' -i Ml up**,
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Fire Alarm Boxes
Signals aro given thus: 2 «f.r ilm,
ntervnl 6 BOConde- I stroked, Boi
4.      No.  ol box will also  bo    BhOWH
ti Indloatoi at Fire Mall.
Filth:  BRIOADH NO.  TWO.
Box   No.   14   Collier     First     Itreet
nd   McKenzie   avenue, 0. B, lluinn
& Co.
Boi  No.  IB—Corner  FitHt      street.
ml Kokeby avenue, poet office,
Uoj  No.   ii.   Cornel   Second ttreet
and   Government  Road  mid       Opera
lOUMi
Boi No. 17—Cornor Third     itreet
CALGARY
iii
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Fruit and Vegetable
Boxes and Grates
Our Box Factory is now running ami
we are in a position to supply all kinds
of fruii and vegetable boxes and crates.
Those who have not already sent us
their orders should do s<. at once as they
are coming in fast, and we would like to
deliver all orders in good time* Our
boxes are equal to any on the market
and priees can be had on application to
S. McMahon, Revelstoke, or to
THE KERNAGHAH LUMBER COMPANY, LTD.
Salmon Ann, B. C.
UNDER    ENTIRELY
NEW  MANAGEMENT
t. Leon
Hot Springs
Hotel
I lol mineral baths especially recommended for invalids and those in need of
toning up.
Exclusive baths provide*! for ladies. 26
Private Rooms handsomely  fitted up.
Rates >_' per dav. Special Kate for
weekly visitors.
H     COUSINS.   PROP.
June 30th
July 7,1911
$29,000
In !' I I'i rues
-
B,
Il'l Mor
Moving PlrturM of (He Coro
nation,
Grand di.ipUy nf Firework'.
Atu.-iic by  tlie    103rd   Ritle
Rrgimrntal Band .ind other high
eatvnr
Pari:M il
for the
■   ida al
lho  i
Rai'
Red er Rates
Rntriea close fune 15th
Sheriff I. S. G. Van Wart,
('RESIDENT
Col. J.r.. W.illtcr.    E, J. Dewey
IC1 Presideni
■l.il      md  nl hi i   nil"! nil
<iu i*: i. no ii miiimon,
.Mm u'li, \ letoi in I'm l>. i 'nl*
Uary.
HOLY NAMES ACADEMY AND NORMAL SCHOOL
-ioi, *,m;. Wash.
i ni ilngue and Katea on Application.
•••" :    M-TKit Superior.
Plants for Sale
Strawberry Plants
$ 1.00 Per Hundred
Cabbage
Tomato
Pepper
Asters
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By-luw Number 70 of tlio Corporation ol the City of Uevelstoke, is
amended by the Fire, Water and
Light Committee, the following
changes in water rates to take elfect
on  July 1st proximo, being made.
Hotels—$10,00 per month. Urinals
and Flush closets U5 cents per month
each extra.
Stables—4 horses or less Jt.00 per
month. 2j oents per horse for all
over 4. Four cattle or less $1.00
per month, 25r. per head for all over
4. Lloth inside and outside city
limits.
Livery Slables—II horses or less GOc
per month, over i; horses 25c. per
month each. This includes washing
vehicles.
Steam Laundries—$15.00 per mouth
Other Laundries—$7.50  per month.
Breweries—$15.00 per month.
Sawmills uni" only)—$75.00 per
month.     Olhces, stables present rutes
Restaurants—$4.00 to $o.oo per
moiito.
Aerated Waters Factory—$10.00 per
month.
Boarding      Mouses—5  boarders    or
over $2.50 por  month.      Under      five
j boarders, household rates.
Blocks—Sleeping rooms 25c. per
room per month. Flush closets 25c.
extra each per month.
Barber   Shops—$2.00   per   month.
Butcher Shops—$2.00 per mouth.
Oltices—$1.00 per month. FluBh
closets 25c. extra.
Bakeries—$.1.25 i>er mouth.
Tenament Houses—Household rates
for each tenant.
Shacks—$1.00 per month.
Fire Hose iu Buildings—SOC, per
month.
Undertakers—$2.50 per  month.
Water for domestic use at old rates
Lawns may be sprinkled between the
hours of (I and II a.m. and li uud 'J
l'.in. only. Tin' city reserves the
right to meter any premises for
water.
Irrigation—On application, .special
arrangements may be made for use
within city limits only. Outside the
city limits no waler is to be used for
irrigation.
Contractors and Builders—I'ermits
for the use of water for concrete
work and building purposes will be
Isiued upon application:
Brick,  per 1000  10c.
Stone,  per cubic yard 10c.
Lime,  per  barrel   10c.
Concrete, per barrel  10c.
All the above rates and regulations
will be rigidly enforced, By order
ol the Fire, Water and Light Committee.
BRUCE A.   LAWSON,
•I■-.  lm. City Clerk.
NOTICE.
Certilicate  ol  Improvement.
Wukelietd,   licit n,   Colorado, Del
Norte, l)i-l Hey, San Juan, Belta,
and Marguerite .Mineral Claims, situate in the Lardeau Mining Division
ol West Kootenay District. Where
located:—on Mohawk  Creek.
Take Notice that I, A. H. Ureen,
acting as agent lor John R. Heary,
Special Free Miner's Certilicate No.
;i,Mm, intend, sixty days from date
hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for Ceivilicates of Improve
ments, for the purpose of obtaining
Crown Grants ol lho above claims.
And further tatte notice that action
tinder section 2i, must be commenced
before tbe issuance of such Ocrtiticate
of Improvements.
Dated this 20ih day of October, A.
D., l'JIO.
A. H. UREEN.
SELKIRK     LODGE  12,  1.  O.  0. F.
Meets every     Thursday evening   in
Selkirk Hall at 8  o'clock.      Visiting
brethren   cordially  invited.
K. li. McRAE, N. G.
JAS.  MATHIE,   Secretary.
COURT     MT.     BEGBIE.   No. 3461.
OF I. O. F.
Meets in I. O. O. F. Hall next   to
Tapping's Opera House  every second
und fourth  Monday  in   month.  Visiting brethrou cordially  welcomed.
G. W. BELL, C. U.
WM.   S.   CAMERON,   Rec.-Sec.
GOLD RANGE LODGE,      K.  of    P.,
NO.   26,   REVELSTOKE,   B.   O.
Meets  evory  Wednesday  except   the
Third Wednesday of each month     in
Oddfellows' Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting Knights are cordially invited.
J. Y. SIMPSON, O. 0.
G. H. BROCK, K. ol R. A 8.
M. of F.
SOBPOBATIOH OF THE CITY
OF REVELSTOKE
ri in.n   noi tea
I■ .i.i '   iM.iii,* ,h hereby given    that
. i opei iy owners are required    hy
B i" keep theli i levald
*i    i di        Failure i" >i"    Huh
im** ■  i  thi   ' "i poi ni mn to   do
Un     A'.ih   nml   clnnri    II X|'i'lin«   up
■   property i" be collected     an
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My   "i  In
BRI OB   \   LAWSON,
in City Clerk.
iTICK  TO  L'I' *'i RAI TORS
i •   i i       .'iii     i,i* i '  * .-ii ,,i  i he
1  ' m   i.,. iui'.ii  Hngioeei.  \ an
until  i,""I.  .limp   imh,  mi,
' building f"i   the Oana
lirnj   il   Vei d in,    ii.
'        i im nmy Ite
n   .ini"i from Hi' Division BnrlneM
i.ui  Rnglneer, Revel*
ntoke, *' *'i tbe Btatlon   Igent,    Ver-
•I        II.     C.
II. HINUAL,
il-at Division Engineer C. p. R.
NOTICE
Hevelstoke  Laud  District.
District of West Kooteuay.
Take uotice that Marie Scott, ol
Nelson, B. C, occupation murrieu
woman, iuteuus to apply for permission to purchase tbe 'following described lands.
Commencing at a post plnntcd 8U
chains west Irom tue S.W. Coruer oi
Lot S148 aud running north SO chains
east 80 chaius, south SO chains, west
80 chaius to point of commenoemeut,
being Marie Scott s South West Corner l'ost.
Dated May 15th, 1911.
MARIS SCOTT,
Per J. H. Feeney, Agent.
NOTICE
Revelstoke  Lund  District.
District of Wesl Kooteuay.
Take uotice that W. D. McArthur,
of Nelson, B. C, occupation timber
cruiser, inteuds to apply for permis-
slan to puicii *.*m tue io.io.ving described lands.
Commencing ut a post planted u
N. E. Corner ol Lot 8148 planted at
north 80 chaius, west SO chains
south SO chains, east SO chains to
point of commencement, being S. E.
Corner of W. II, nlcArthur's locution
uud containing i.-iu acres more or less
Dated 13th April,  lllll.
DANIEL  WILLIAM  McARTHUR.
M.lO-tiO J. H. Feeney, Agout
NOTICE
Hevelstoke   Lund   District.
District of   West Kooteuay.
Take notice tliui Henry H, MeVity,
of Revelstoke, B. C, occupation, uc-
coiiutant, inteuus to upply for permission to purchase ine following described land,
 iiii'i» M'i:      at a    post    planted
on tbu enst bunk oi tbe
Columbia river ut the uortb-eust
corner of Lot SJII1A, Croup Oue,  Ko-
tcuay District, and marked "Henry
11. McVity's South-West Corner
Post," thence eust 40 chuius, theuce
north 80 chains, thence west 40
chains more, or less to the cast bank
I the Columbia river; theuce south
along (he east bank of the Columbia
river 80 chains more or less to the
point of commenuemeut, contuiuiug
il20 acres, more or less.
Dated May lflth, 1911.
HENRY  H.  McVITY.
I'or Charles Robbins,    Agent.
0. W. O. W.
Mountain View Gamp,  No. 229.
Meets Second    and     Fourth Wednesdays    in  each  month  in    Selkirk
Hall.      Visiting  Woodmen are
cordially invited to attend
H. W. EDWARDS,  Com. Com.
JAMES  McINTYRE,  Clerk.
HARVEY, McCARTER
AND PINKHAM,
Barristers,   Solicitors,  Etc.
Imperial Bank Building RevelBtoke, B. C.
Money to Loan.
Offices—Rovelstoke,    B.   C,     and
Cranbrook, B.  C.
Geo. 8. MeCarter,
A. M. Pinkham, J. A. Harvey,
Rovelstoke, Cranbrook
ROBERT SMITH,
Provincial Land  Buveyor,
Mining Surveyor,
Engineering
Mckenzie avb.,
box 106, revelstoke.
NOTICE.
CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENT.
Coronation Y.R.U. aad North Star
Mineral Claims, situate iu the Trout
i,ake Mining Divisiou of West Koote-
aay District. When .orated:—On
Rapid Creek.
Take notice that I, O. B. N. Wilkie
acting as agent for Cutler Thomas,
i'orter of Spokaue, Wash., U. S. A.r
Free Miner's Certificate No. B 91976,
intend, sixty duys from date hereof,
te apply to the Mining Recorder for
a Certilicate of Improvements, for the
purpose of obtaining a Crowa Grant
of the above claims.
Aud further take notice that action
under sectioB 117, must be commenced
before the issuam-e of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this 27th day of April, 19-11.
O. B. N.  WILKIE.
NOTICK.
i, .,*.* ,.,,..*   I,nud   li,  ni, i
DiltriOt ol  West Kootenuy.
Take  notice   in.ii   the   Arruw   Lakes
Lumber Companyi Limited, intend to
apply lo the Minister ol Lands for
pii inn,si,,n lo lease the following de
scribed lauds.
Commencing gt a post planted ou
the shore line ol Upper Arrow Lake,
nl „ poinl about i.IV.2 feet easterly
luuu tho South Last corner of Lot
US4, Group Oue, Kooteuay DiBtrict,
and inn iked "Arrow Lukes Lumber
Company Limited North East Corner
Post ". Tbence south into thc waters ol Upper Anow Lake a diutnaoe
of 20*0 feet, thence westerly and parallel lo lhe shore line of the said lake
a iliHtaii'i' of about 3133.2 le,:t to a
point 200 feet South from a point
nn the shore ot snid luke which > is
,11.1.1.2 feet westerly from the southeast coinei of said Lot 384; thi-nce
in.i III 200 fort to the shore line " ul
said lake, tbence easterly along tbe
■bolt ol said lake 3133.2 feet more or
Iism to the point of commenccmi»l
17 acres  more or less.
Dated April 22nd, 1911.
Aii.iv Lakes Lumber
Company Limited.
Ed. McOeghrwi Ageit,
NOTICE
Revelstoke  Land  DiBtrict.
District of West Kootenuy.
Take uotice thut. Lydia A. Wick, of
Nelson, B. t\, occupation murried
woman, intends to apply (or permis-
: ion tu purchuse the following described lauds.
Commencing at a post planted 10
hains south from S.E. Corner of
Timber limit 9S98 und on thc west
side of the South Fork of Fosthull
Creek six miles west of Upper Arrow
Luke and running north SO chains,
ast 80 chains, south 80 chains and
west 80 chains to point of commencement, being the S. W. Corner of
Lydia Wick's location containing 640
acres more or less.
Dated Uth April, 1911.
LYDIA ANGELINE WICKS.
M.10-60 J. H. Feeney, Agent
NOTICE.
Revelstoke  Laud  District.
District of WeBt Kootenuy.
Tuke nothxi thut 0, 11. Scott, of
.'.i-i.."ii, B, O.i occupation, Agent, in
tends to upply for permission to purchuse the follow described lunds.
Commencing at a post planted 80
chains from N. W. Corner ol Lot 8148
und running north 80 chains, west 80
chains, south 80 chniiiB, cast 80
chains to point of commencement, being tho S. E. Corner of G. O.
Scott's location, containing 640 acres
more or less.
Dated 12th April, 1911.
M10-60     GEORGE HENRY 8C0TT.
Notice!
Any person wishing to do
burning for agricultural purposes
during the closed fire season,
may do so b.v complying with
Sections 5 and 6, Chapter 84 of
the Bush Fire Act, and have a
permit from th) Fire Wardens
or Government Agent of the
district.
j. k. Mclean,
Div. Fire Warden.
Revelstoke, May 6th, 1911.     Snj
1 WEDNESDAY,   JULY,   5,   191*1.
the: mail-hebald, revelstoke
WEDNESDAY,   JULY,  5,   1911.
,'
See special window displays.
Mail or Telephone your
orders. Have our Traveller
call. Send the children to
the store or come yourself.
No order too large or too
small for us to handle.
Men's Suit Snaps
We have on our shelves a number of our highest class suits which
we must clear this month. They
are all lonesome ones, no two alike.
When all of a line sells but one suit
we cannot afford to keep that one
on the shelf, hence our great reduction on these lines.
These are our best grade of
20th Century brand goods and such
is the quality of material and workmanship that we challenge comparison with the best tailored garments
in Canada. Only two prices for this
sale and these prices it will pay you
to investigate.
Regular $24 to $28 suits for $15
Regular $28 to $34 suits for $20
Watch our First Street Window
Straw flat Bargains
Owing to the cold and rainy
season we are compelled to get rid
of a large portion of our straw hat
stock at prices which will astonish
you. Every straw hat marked
down, and they were all good values
at the regular prices.
Men's Canvas Hats, Boaters,
Soft Straws, and Brazils at
50c. each
Men's Rice Straws and Tuscans
$1 each
Men's high grade Soft Rim
Boaters and Telescope Brazils at
$1.50 each
Children's Canvas and Soft
Straw Hats at
65c. each
Friday a lot of pure linen 24x
24 Table Napkins, $4.50 goods
for $2.75.
Friday Spool Cotton at 40c.
per dozen or 3 for 10c.
Friday a lot of Hose on sale
at 25c. a pair.
Friday a lot of Office Umbrellas at 75c. each.
Friday a lot of Hair Ornaments, Barretts, on sale at 15c.
Friday a lot of Prints, Ginghams, Muslins, Galateas, on
sale at 15c. per yard.
Tjie Jeind they ^re-a^'ait N;ewp;d&ti-
Bath Towels
Large colored Bath
Towels 18x45 in dark
colors. A fine Bath
Towel, lots of body in
them. You can use half
a dozen or more at the
price, each
25c.
Muslin Dresses
A new lot of Muslin
Dresses, and such a
dainty lot to choose from.
Some champagne color,
some white, and all representing the newest
and down to date ideas
in wash dresses. There
is a very elaborately
trimmed White Muslin,
with Irish crochet yoke
and otherwise beautifully trimmed with Val
laces, etc., at only
$7,50
New Parasols
A lovely lot of new
ideas. New pure white
braided ones. Tan colors with colored edges,
and the new colored silk
close rolling with long
stalk at from
$1 to $5
Bias Fid Corsets
Made in a new way and representing more downright comfort and
satisfaction than has heretofore
seemed possible. The new models
are made to correspond with authentic Paris fashions, combining style
and service to an unusual degree.
The Bias Filled principle insures exceptional comfort and resiliency,
adapting  itself to every movement
Turban Frames
New Turban   Frames
for hair dressing, each
35c.
Hair Nets
T   New Hair Nets with
elastic.
New extra large all
over Hair Nets, all 10c
each or
3 for 25c.
of the body, and appealing with particular emphasis to large women.
If you have never tried a Bias Filled
Corset you are missing a genuine
surprise.
Get Them nt Hume's
Iron Beds
Four neat lines of Iron Beds, white
enamel, brass trimmings, diagonal
copper wire and woven wire springs
to fit all beds. Health brand mattresses, the best medium and low
price mattress on the market.
MattingSquare bargains
Size 9x10, regular $4.00,  now $2.50
"   9x9 "      $2.50     •'   11.65
"   3x9 "        85c.      "      50c
Special in Bath Nats
Yamaska washable bath mats,
dainty colors in blue and white,
green and white, pink and white,
red and white.
Size 18x36, regular 11.75, now $1.25
"    27x54      "        $3.25   "   $2 50
These are positively the best Bath
Mats on the market.
Spool (otton
3 spools 10c.   1 dozen 40c.
Linoleums and Oilcloths
A choice assortment of Nairn's
Cork Carpets and Inlaid Linoleums,
the best goods procurable. Fine floral and black designs, for dining room
and kitchen.
Printed Linoleums in pretty floral
patterns, suitable for upstairs, halls
and bedrooms, in blues, French greys
fawns and reds.
Pro Brussels Rugs
In order to introduce this splendid
new Bedroom rug we are offering a
limited number at the following prices
Size 2Jx8yds. Reg. Ill 60 now 110.00
" 3x3yds. " $14.00 " $12.00
" 3x3}yds " 116.00 " $14 25
These squares all come in Brussels
patterns, colors greens, old rose, reds
and French greys. A rug that will
stand good hard wear.
Verihrite Venoil
The magic furniture polish. The
easiest used and most satisfactory
furniture polish on the market.
50c. a bottle, or 3 for $125
A World-Wide
Winner
McNally's Pure Maple
Syrup. Fresh from the
maple tree, made in the
woods, as in the good old
days of old. We are the
only firm in thc city handling these goods. Phone
us to send you a can. This
year we could only procure it in 1 gallon cans,
full measure, at only
$2.23 Per Can
Kimmer
Drinks
Lime Juice, Fruit Syrup,
Grape Juice, Pineapple
Juice, as supplied to the
people who appreciate a
good thing. This hot
season make us want something in this line and you
will find that the brands
we carry are the best, and
the season is here. We
have a full stock.
Pork and Beans
The hot weather makes
the housewife stop and
consider what she is going
to give the family for dinner. We can help her out
hy suggesting Van Camp's
pork and beans in 1 Ib. &
2 lb. cans.
Milk
When your milk turns sour
And your water is shut
off
By the civic water foreman in your town;
Just come to us and ask
if we can help you out
We will give you Reindeer
Milk.   Drink it down.
Jelly Powders
We carry the biggest and
only Jelly Powder on the
market. Prepared from
the richest and purest ingredients in a modern
building of cleanliness and
light.
Baking Powders
Dr. Price's Baking Powder in Gib-. 2Jlb, 12oz.,
and 6oZ, cans, is one of the
best articles on the market. Perhaps if you have
not been used to it you ilo
not know its value- You
want to be informed as to
its nature, utility, and
merits. You want to have
your interest in it awakened and you must try it
before candemning it.
Sunk
earn  i ea
Nine out of every ten of
our custamers ask for our
50c. line of Sunbeam Tea.
We have it at 40c per lb.
but the best grade is always in demand. We make
it a feature of our business
to push the high grade1
goods and we always find
it better business. Sunbeam tea is Good Tea,
the 50c is Vkky Good.
Canned Goods
With our stock of Vine-
land Brand of canned fruit
and vegetables we keep
our customers satisfied.
The ever increasing sales
of Vineland Brand is the
surest sign that these
goods are the best. The
best is always the cheapest. Don't hesitate but
order Vineland Brand of
Fruits and Vegetables. WEDNESDAY,   JULY,   5,   1911.
THE Z^^ILKHER-A-LID, revelstoke
WEDNESDAY,   JULY,  S,  1911.
Bargains at Clearing Sale Prices
Ladies' Skirts
Women's   White   Duck    Skirts.
Regular   $2.50 and  $3.00   Now
$1.75.
Waists! Waists!
Colored House Waists, made from
good washing Prints. On Sale at
50c.
White Dresses
Sizes 16, 17 and  18 years.
Price, $3.50.
Sale
Parasols
1-Piece Dresses
Trmmed with Lace and Insertion
Good values at $5.    Now $3.00.
One lot. regular   $1.50 to   $2.00
each.   Your choice for $1.00
Ladies' Oxfords
in Tans.    Regular $3; now $2.25.
Slippers for Children
Odd lot of Children's Slippers at
less than cost.
REID & YOUNG
COMING EVENTS
_  The  Flower
Bdison theatre.
i>[
thr
A liu-':.-;
Ranch at
Sept.     —-Allen  Players in repertoire
.it   l->.i.riuii  theatre.
Sept.   ■'.  20— Juvenile  Bostonians al
the  Bdison theatre.
Oct.   18.—   Royal   Welsh  Choir,       re
i.uu  	
Singers
it
ngagement at  Bilisim cneatt
Dec.      —Dixie  Juhilee
Edison  theatre.
Jan. —Cassells Square entertainers
at Bdison theatre.
posed.
Miss L. McCarthy is the guest ol
Mrs.  Lightbtirne at Arrowhead.
Chas. F. Lindmark returned Mon -
day morning from a visit to Calgary
P. W. Stone, editor, of the Mail-
Herald, is on a visit to the coast
cities.
Regular meeting ol the Board of
Trade, Thursday, July Oth at 8 p.m.
at Oity Hall.
The Vancouver lacrosse team defeated New Westminster on Saturday
by a score of 3 to 1.
Ail Wolgast defeated Owen Moran
lin California yesterday, by a knock'
out in the fourteenth round.
Mr. W. Macl'lH'i'.snn opened his new
shooting gallery lust week, opposite
.1.  Mclutyre's  &  Suns  grocery  store.
The  regular monthly  meeting of
the  W.G.T.U.   will  meet at 3:30 p.m.
at the Baptist church, Friday. All
ure cordially invited.
The conciliation board     appointed
to arrange fm- llie settlement ul tlie
eoal miners' strike in the Crow's
Nest huve ahundoued all hope of ur-
ranglng u settlement.
Selkirk Lodge No. 12, I.O.O.K., will
hold their installation of officers tomorrow night. The first degree will
also.be conferred. Refreshments will
he served afterwards.  All welcome.
Mrs. and Miss Latham, of New
Westminster, were tbe guests yesterday of Mrs. B, M. Corley, en route
from Halcyon Hot Springs to their
home  iu  New  Westminster.
WILL BE A GREAT
Mr. R. Daly Morkill Expresses
Opinion on Steamboat Camp
-lots of Gold There
M LITY IN BRIEF
Moving pictures
atre  tonight.
Mrs.   il.   Tupping
tii,   EdiBon ''ie
on a  visit
: •■   is  iu  Alliertu.
Miss Ann,'*  palmer is visiting
friends  at  -.'ancouver.
Tomlinson     wil
WARM WEATHER SUGGESTIONS
Wl
doi
suffer wiili tin- lu-at iliiiinv
{ your own linking when we
llie warm weather
.iill deliver tu you
every day l-'reslt Bread, Cukes and I'ustfy ol all kinds
and as quality is our motto, we leei sure a trial
order will meuii a sternly customer,
FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES arriving daily. I'nsli
Lettuce, Cucumbers, Tomatoes, Green Unions.
Strawberries, Cherries, Cocoauuts, Pineapples,
Oranges, Lemons, Grape Fruit, Bananas. As we
lun these iii small quantities you will always find
them fresh and good.
A. HOBSON,      Baker and Grocer.
with
uol
ll'l't-IVl
(let..
Fruit Lands
Mi ^^^^^^^^
Thursday next iuu again
ber.
W. B. Kobertsou rei uuu*.I ou Mi n
day from a busiuesB trip to the
Lardeau.
The Orangemen will attend divine
service ,.t tla* Methodist church on
Sunday  next.
Miss Payer,  daughter of Mrs. Max
.. .*;  Dominion Sawmills Ltd.,     ar
.- :  Irom  Brudford,   I'n., mi .Monday
Mr.-. \\. Snydei and Iimi daughter,
Miss Burget, havi left for a month's
visit to Seatth   and the roast  cities.
A uumbel '■; Kevelstoke citizens
-*v.tins.-, j t:,* S'ancouvei New West
m.i.-t.i lacrosse match at Vuncouvei
on Dominion  Hay.
w. w. Ki.*..-*!. * '. Winnipeg, the
well-known lumberman mil president
._:    the    i;.    ons  Lumber i'n..  Ping
-.     *'*.,-   .:,     !.'   e.ty   \'f'   i ,;.,*,
Detective McNeil, "I the Vancouver
lorce,   '•'•.is   ,:i   the   city   Friday   Bl
ted ai "i toi  **i woman
■'■-.'    ■■ e mosl   prominently in
a   livoroe I.,-*.* at 'in* coast city.
ff, M,  Hi   wn,  ■■■I *   was in the oil
Ioi *. '••'* fuest   ol
Mrs,  *l    •!.miles.mi. left
.. ■     Point, Ore
where
A  J.'-i   met   **.   .
a It*,   dayi ago at  the      V
at Thi*-    >    ••*:.     i
.   *   .
I)   ': *
.•Tip..'     '
,    •,'..       ■ .
*-•'     ,-   :.* -.   "
mt thirty • prom
n in thf lumber
tend     mpoi tant ra
iran.i
mil  I m pr.ee
lor tht pro
Situated in thc beautiful Windermere district, This
country will he in direct communication with Calgary on completion of tlie Kootenay Central, making
a distance of 23S miles, or one night's run. There
without a doubt will he iln- nearest fruit lands t" the
prairie market. Plans arc now filed in this office
ami we will he glad tn furnish prices .nnl terms tn
intending purchasers.
Kootenay Agencies. Ltd.
Mr.
Thos.
large
uie  il
N'-w pictures at the lo.l. - n theatre
,n Fi -.l.iv and Saturday.
W
,*.*ti
K. Osborne ha- started
,n ,,t the Den  R. C, Hall
tbe
Messrs, Q.  S
BewB ' *
yesterday.
.   Mel'
their
i l't el-
li, w
and   V.     *  r
nit* in ■
li*:    Wm, Templeman has   written
a lettei   i" tii.- electors **(      Comox*
At Illi,   sa) 'Uir that  he  «
it tuem      it ih-'
uppr< • ii- ** *.    Domic s   M.
Templ-iii. .   ' \ .'-t"ria.
A. S. Goodeve, M.P., and lion.
Taylor,  M.l'.l'.,  addressed      a
audienoe on the reciprocity   is-
in Ligh'thiirne's hull,  Arrowhead,
on Monday  night.
The Flower of the Hunch," whieh
now playing in Minneapolis, and
for u week thi- month at the Walker
theatre, Winnipeg, will he in Kevel-
Btoke on  August 21st next.
Black lieetles and grasshoppers in
millions have crossed the United
Slates boundary into Southern Manitoba during the last few days and
nre now devastating the grain and
potato crops,
MM),000 people in Seattle on Saturday night joined in burning 'he hammers or the public and individual
knockers. The fun-eral procession
passed through ihe business streets
lo slow musie. Let us huve a lire
here.
Mr. C-lius. Aman, who with Mrs.
Aman and family, leave lor Victoria iu a few days where they will
in future reside. Received u letter
from the city council on Monday, extending to him their liest wishes for
his future prosperity, and stating
then appreciation of his guod work
while an employee m the city offices.
A trump stealing a ride In a liox
ear loaded with lumber had rather an
interesting lune in the yards here
ou Sunday. In shunting Hie ear iu
;i*i ..,'.i the lumber shifted and pinned th" hoho to the end of the car,
crushing imn severely. His cries attracted ihe yardmen and to rescue
lum from bis dangerous position, a
m.i I i" in* iin iii bbe end of the
in  mi,,eli  he   wa.*- removed.
Mrs.   F.W,   '   nn
iniustei city
:m 68
*-,    '..
the Orangemei
July  12th next.
i|  \,*.i
A l III
A  warning has been sent  m tn par
entS   whose   boyi  are   In   the  habit   ol
^^^^^^^^^ ba thing at  Williamson's lake.       'I'he
Dominion     Da)      ws     ■•■■■■  ■      I bbors  report   that   the  boys    are
■ ■ i    th.m a  ukuii: long chances  ..f  being drown
few   l" '       •   -I.   They  go out   into the    middle i.f
in old   waterlogged raft
n ow   where   the   water   is       very
others  spent  tile day nt the  op.-n.nv ihould  an   accident   happen
The   Northern   hot
George  was  burned  on  Fi  la;
The   lQ .....
-
Mi.   .1.   Vi     Mi''
in., his been tr
'
Mr.  Geo,   Knap K im
-.pent  Saturday
M.      ii       '•!
meet  all  mi
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rhe  ' 	
■ ■I  v.u, ,,, ,-i    .I,*   Mm   i  ca
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irt-nilv      in
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mil*!  ire  little  hope ol      help
it i:m.i as thi neighbors   nre
*   ■,   luring  the day      time.
Ing a  good  deal of uneaei
*   \ :.n   i in* chances the
i i.i*
to   il"*   oflel   "1       three
..*   uy   the   Board   nf Trade,
-   *;    j'tiu    "li    llle    .i'l'.*.mt
■ *( Revelstoke,
I -   were bended
■ Is  ol   lhe   high   school   and
,*, I   seond   ■!* -   lone   of
* boo)    Tiie   committee
*      ,. . *.'iys,     alter
;. M,,l,*,t
*-.-..*     ,i"     Fred
lloMa
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if        Hie
Moving pic
For
Tnlkini-r
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'
BEWS'   DRUG  STORE
Persian • hi •'■■
*;n*   Roltlc
Com en" iteil Lemonade
Mas*
■ ral"
Lint*.
II   III
!  l i nit Saline
IJV.
and
25c
'   nl Magnesia
Lime Pi  il luice
i       l rail Salt* and manj other
K.fTi-i *.i '* in,- Silts for hoi   weilhii
.|r ink-.
Get   Ready
for Preserving Time .
Be •  .n.iiiiy ol Ruliliet  i'm.   .
per ■!'•" ii    ■ dozen   ! i
I' 'ii.ihli   V\ a ■    •■!*
Take a Kodak With You
im >*.ur Hummer »• il Ion
A lull '.tm i. nlwa mi hand,
\sk for a !'»!] catalogue.
Kodak films. New Velvet
' Ireen Paper.
Coronation   Post   Cards
ii ion No*
i i
nu luill ■    ill the
* * nei
;'i dozen
,i.      r
Mop
inloi
linvil
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IK  |i
ainl    I n on'
mnl  111,1 M.lgl  i Ie.llll'
h.
DEWS'   DRUG  STORE      J
■ nr, i.c touch
ll.ul   l,M
■ .i   **■  ■ *.'.n  mall  youi
I i.Is.   Wo
.! iiii orders
0   ini'.ii'l  Hall
TO
*   *
n.ft nuft
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II
NOTICE
Mi-i
'     *!,/.*      I fri," ;*    .' . «,||
meet at tha Old Po*  Offlcs     Hall nt
i. in i' m . duly 9th, lo attend lilvlrm
'   Him   Methodic!   ' lini'i'h      All
..  requested to i* preeetrt
mul nil flitting Orangemen nu-dinlly
Wm,  Armstrong, W. M.
II, McKinney, H. 8.
Mr. R. Dulby Morkill, who for the
past 25 years has been engaged in
mining in various camps on the American continent and who is well
known in this city as a sound, conservative business mun, hus strong
views regarding the condemnation trf
Steamboat district, by the engineers
sent iu hy lhe Steamboat Mining Co.
Limited,  suys  the  Vuncotiv'.'r World.
"A milling engineer," said Mr. Mor
kill, "is never used for the purpose
ol prospecting and until a property
is opened up and one exposed for him
to report upon, a mining cump is
strictly a prospectors' territory. At. u
certain stage however, the engineer's
services are Indispensable for outlining a plan of further mine develop -
ment unit ore extraction.
"1 thoroughly appreciate the usefulness nnd ability of the real mining
engineer, and have employed them
during an experience in mining covering 35 years, and I think I am quite
-afe in saying thnt no mining engineer of reputation would condemn a
whole district in the sume stage of
development ns Steamboat camp. In
the tirst place, the ramp is not yet
prospected, What the country needs
now is prospectors anil miners to open it up und put it. in shnpe for the
mining engineer to follow.
"I nm Interested in tlie camp as
joint owner with Wm. Mulier uf the
Yellow Jacket, property on Red mountain ami in addition lo 'inspecting
this property, I examined a number
of others in the camp during two
week-'   visit  enrly   lust  month. In
every instance of my request to the
owners to see their property, I was
given a most cordial invitation lo do
so, with the exception of the Steamboat company's claims, lieing -in
the cump at the time that, the hint
reported strike was made there, I
walked eight miles to the foot of the
mountnin, nml climbed 400ft feet to
the Steamboat cabin, only to be told
by the foreman that he had strict
orders not l.o nllow anyone to see
the property without a letter from
the head otlice. 1 told him who I was
that I was mining in Ihe country,
nnd did not come 'rubbering,. but
simply through tbe courtesy of one
mine owner to another so as to be
able to say something of the property on my return to Vancouver.
However, bis orders were very strict,
and while he treated me with the utmost consideration in other respects
and supplied me with nn excellent
lunch, ibe object of my visit was not
attained,
"I urn therefore unable to suy what
this property looks like, but I cun
say of Steamboat mountnin that on
this trip I found for myself roek on
that mountain showing free gold, the
rock lieing of the same eharacterist -
ies as the surrounding country formation.
"So far as the territory from thc
21 mile point to the 34 mile, i* concerned, I can say without fear of
success-fill contradiction on tbe part
of any man, no matter how much min
Ing experience he might huve had,
that it is one of the must promising
districts, in so far ns surface Indications exist, that has yet been culled
to the attention of any mnn In British Oolumbia. The indications are
strictly those of gold bearing rocks.
The formation is an altered one und
is in every way favorable for currying the precious minerals. The values
are known to be scattered, but it Is
nlso knowii thut large vulues do exist, and it is an Indisputable fact
that It only rem,litis for those interested to do good sound development
work  to establish whether      or      not
workable bodies ol ore are. contained
wit bin the veins exposed. These veins
average   from   15   to   150  ft.   in   width
mi   llu,   .ui-fare, and a large     amount
of work ih necessarily    required    to
.• tabhsh just where the pay values
are.
"I can speak particularly for Moora
ami      (('Neil's   property   on   the   west
■ I Hi.' Skai'il,  the Kiln  group nd
ng tin* Yellow Jacket nnd     also
'"i He lal ter, upon all of whieh, at
Him i.iiie nf mv visit, work was heing
* ,n i led "ii
i ni.* h    mv    anticipations for the
future  aie   very   wide   ut  the       mark,
portion of tin  district  will   de-
ttlop .,,„,,* ,,[ M,e boat gold mines 111
liiiiish i 'olumbia nnd I am willing to
back in, opinion against any Ho-cull-
i-i| expert mining engineer who ex-
.'imniinl the country for Mr. (', I),
Itaiid,   ni   any   Othei    person   engaged
iii tho industry,
"in thn oonnecMoo, since Mi   Rand
* ii inm .eif "ii recoi'i ns di'i'iai
- ihai in - mining eagtneei»' report.
wan in Ihi* ofleOl   Uiul. Ilieie was noth
■i the distriet     worth    pending
, on La development, I think It
WOllld   I."  only   full   In  the   pill,lie   thai
'he nam"*  *,f iii,,!;,* mining engineers
ihould la* 'liseiosiid.
Fa' 'In |es for nun,ui- in the conn
iiv, embracing fuel, power and tun
lirl   Hlte     in      in h   lhal   Ihe   cosl       of
production will ii" lesi than In any
district nt Uriiisli Oolumbia, so it
will he quite possible to take handsome proBto from low grade or?-"
Wash Goods Special Prices ]
We have a lot of summer ahead of
us yet and you will need a lot of
wash dresses and blouses for yourself aiid ^the children. Beginning
to-day, we are putting oil sale a lot
of the best wash goods we have ever
shown. They comprise tbe best of
many makers, and all the best shades
of the season. We can guarantee
washing quality of them all, and
they are the daintiest as well as the
most serviceable goods you can buy.
They   sold   at  35c.,   40c.   and   45c.
New Dutch Collars & Jabots
(lur showing in these lines is always
abend of any other store anil our
prices always the lowest. We would
like to show you our 25c. collars and
jabots. They are the best you lune
ever seen lor the money. Better
ones when vou want them.
cTVIcLennan CBb Co.
Save Your Horses!
Provender is dear and   so
wagons aril buggies are cheap.
The evolution of the Farm ami Road  Vehicles
with modern science and now we arc offering
horse   flesh,   hut   light   running
kept   pace
bat
All Spring-Steel Wagons
fitted out with perfect roller-hi'nriiiK running \xvnr just as cheap us
the old-fashioned wooden framed wagon. Thev run lighter and
easier and wear lender.
Those who purchased them are our most satisfied customers.
Vou don't have to take off the wheels to grease them; they are
dust proof caps and carry a much heavter load than the ordinary
watfon.
A full supply of hutfKU'8 of the newest makes also garden and
farm implements, ask us about them.
S.McMAHON
First Street, West, - Opposite Post Office
How About A New Suit
Made to Order
Our Spring Samples for Suits and
Spring Overcoats just arrived.
We guarantee a perfect fit, style
and well tailored garments at
fair anu honest prices.
MeKinnon & Sutherland
Fit-Retorm Clothing
Foot-Rite Shoe
f^ ■ ; **
Boys' Clothing at Half Price
They  Consist of the  Balance
Of Our Spring Stock
Double-bri'HSted Suits, Norfolk Suits,
Sailor Suits, 4 to id years, with the
swagger effecc of Men's wear, broad
shoulders and Ispels of the college man,
the liberal cut of front and wide set of
btiitons in all the new patterns and
colorings.
McZae Mercantile Co.. 4td.
Jhe Jtyle Jlwp for Men and Boys Who Know
Revelstoke Plumbing, Heating & Sheet Metal Co.
l-.stini.'ti's given fur Sanitary work, I'.lectrlc Lighting, Iiiii
Air. Water, Steam Heating ami uli kinds of   Sheet   Metal
Work.
Uniii.. Lavatories, Water Closets, etc.
Prompt attention ^h-cn to all orders,
See Show Room Next Week on Connaught Ave.
riione No.

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