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REVELSTOKE. B. C. MAY 27, 1911
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LYONS THE UNDER
COMMITTED FDR TRIAL
Fracas at Oriental Hotel last
Sunday came very nearly
being Serious One
All plastered up like a wickerwork
basket Olic Oakland the bar keep
at the Oriental hotel whn came out
of last Sunday's scrap much the
worse fur wear, appeared at the trial
f .Jack Lyons the Findlandcr on
Wednesday afternoon and told just
how  the fracaB came to  happen.
The prisoner with his left optic in
the green and yellow stages of recuperation sat apparently unconcerned
and partly fainted away during the
proceedings, but a little cold water
ipplied by Constable Terry revived
him and he sat up and took notice.
Whether he could understand what
was going on is a question as his
immobile face showed no signs of intelligence whati'ver and the only
words that he vouchsafe to express
wero  "me  no  understand   English."
Magistrate D. A. Lawson was on
the bench on account of Mayor Ham
llton having to give medical testimony, and after hearing the evidence
the  prisoner was committed for trial
The bar keep being duly sworn tes-
tilled as follows:
"Last Sunday afternoon the ac
cused came over to the hotel from
across the river in a drunken slate
He was not very badly gone, but
was sufliciently drunk to be obnoxious. I was in charge as Mr. Stone
was away, and the accused called lor
a drink. I told him he could not
have one and that we did uot want
any noise around the place on Sun
day and advised him to go to bed
His partners also wanted him to go
to bed but he would not let them
take him. Finally they got him up-
stairs, and then his partners called
me up as the accused had got away
from them and had got himseli into
my room and locked the door alter
him. When I arrived there he was
trying to open the door to get out
but could not. Finally after considerable struggling he smashed the
door open from the inside and rushed down stairs with an open knife in
one hand and a broken bottle in the
other. He wanted to get alter everybody so I jumped in and knocked
him down, but during this proceeding he got the chanie to cut me with
the  knife  several  times."
Asked if the bar was open that
day the witness replied that it was
not and that the accused had never
been in the bar that day, nor had
anybody else.
Several other witnesses were sworn
and gave in substnnce the same testimony as Oakland. The only new
points brought out being the (act
that the accused had been seen in
the bush across the river early the
same morning. He was in company
with five or six other fellows and
they were having a good time with
several  bottles  ot whisky.
Dr. Hamilton being sworn testified
to the damages which the bar keep
had received. Here are a few of
thi'in:—A cut ahout four inches long
down the base of the left thumb; a
cut on the left hand between the
thumb and forefinger; a long laceration on left forefinger; a cut two
inches long at the front of the right
ear; a stab wound behind and below
the right.ear and one on the neck; a
■-light cut over the bridge at ttie nose
and a cut flve Inches long and two
inches deep on the inner side ol the
left thigh. This latter wound came
well nigh being serious and it narrowly missed the main artery.
atre on Wednesday evening last. The
play is essentially a comedy based on
the fact that a young mnrricd man
of thirty or more has to take the
role of a new boy in an English
school. This he does to pobsess to
bis wife a legacy granted by an old
school professor. The deception is
discovered at last, but as usual everything straightens out at the end
of the play and "all is well that ends
well." Thc roles were very well taken in some instances, but a good
deal more attention should be given
to diction by the principals of the
play. Some of their speeches were
badly chewed up and thus rendered
scarcely audible.
CITV COUNCIL Will
REVISE SEWER RATES
Clever Coining Musicians
On Tuesday, May 23rd, wero held,
in st. Peter'i reotory, Revelatoke, the
examinations In practical music
(pianoforte) "f McGill University local examinations, This Is a good
stlfl test and equals anything ill that
line in Oanada or England, and there
fore reflects great credit upon the
teachers. The following are tho
results obtained by Miss Wriglcy's
pupils:—
Grgdc III.—(Intermediate)— Kathleen Sibbald.
Grade IV—(Junior)— Edna Corson,
passed  with distinction;  Louise Rue.
Grade V. — (Elcmcnlaryl — Annie
McLean, Myrtle Brock, E, Urad-
shaw.
Grade VI.—i Primary i— Marguerite
Brown,  Jeanne Bobbins.
By    Mr*.   McKinney—Grade    VI,  —
(Primary)—Mary Lillian Bell, paused
with  distinction.
The lntter pupil had only been studying (of one year.
NE TEMERE ATTACHED
BV ANGLICAN CHURCH
Houses of Bishops of Canada
Issues Letter to All Churches
in Canada
In all the Anglican churches
throughout Canada lasl Sunday a
circular letter dealing with the. recent Ne Temere decree issued by Pope
Pius X was read. The lollowing is the
letter in part:
We desire to remind you that tho
Anglican church in Canada has ever
taken the strictest view regarding the
sanctity of marriage. It is a holy ordinance instituted by God, and is the
foundation of our social and family
life. The church and slate must unite
to guard the marriage bond and to
preserve its indissolubility. To this
end our general synod has decreed
i hatno clergyman of our church shall
officiate at the marriage ol any divorced person during the lifetime of
the former partner in the marriage.
SOLEMNITY OF  MARRIAGE.
It is most desirable that those who
enter the holy state of matrimony
, hould realize its solemnity and have
due regard to its blessings and mutual responsibilities. We greatly de
jdore the lowering of the ideals and
purposes of marriage which is so com
,non in many quarters. It is of the
greatest moment that thoso who enter
: his state should be married by a
. lergyman of the church before proper
•.-.•itnesses, and whenever possible, in
the church  building,  and that    they
hould be in agreement concerning
their religious convictions. Mixed
marriages  are   ever   to be deprecated,
s they deprive husband and wife of
:hat mutual help which the one should
be to the other in life and make the
religious training in thc house most
difficult.
Nevertheless, wc emphatically as-
;srt the validity of such marriages
when  duly  solemnized  and  we  main-
ain that once consummated they arc
Indissoluble.
No marriage Bhould bc annulled be-
' uise of the divergent religious con-
. ictions of the parties; nor because
of the ecclesiastical connection of
,he one solemnizing the marriage.
The church and state, though separated by law, must unite in protecting those who have been married by
a duly competent ollicer authorized
1 y the state for the solemnization of
Marriages and in upholding their civil
i tatua and rights. Nor should tho
: Late permit marriages to he annulled for an ecclesiastical oflencc, or be-
* luse it is contrary to the Canon law
i if thc church of Rome or contrary to
the laws, rules und regulations ol auy
religious   organization   whatsoever.
We do not desiro to express any
opinion upon the civil law. We leave
I imt to our final court of justice. But
we would remind you the decision ol
Various judges  have dillered upon this
..ii,mi   in   thc   province   ol  Qucliec.
II ih in the Interest ol all our citizens
to have the law clearly defined.
Whatever may bc tho proper Interpretation ol the existing laws, It is ol
11 .* greatest Importance that there
: hould bo a uniform marriage lnw tor
I b ■ whole dominion.
iu conclusion, we urgo upon all the
duty  of safeguarding  in overy      way
II !• sanctity ol marriage, and wo do-
pi ICate and deplore all Interference
with legally sanctioned family lifo as
fr light, not only with Injustice, humiliation and Buffering to the parties
concerned, hut as imperilling tho
fundamental basis of our social system.
Signed  on  behalf of tho House    ol
Bishops of Oanada.
8, P. RUPERTS LAND.
Primate
CHARLES OTTAWA,
Archbishop (yf (he Ecclesiastical Province of Canada.
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Map of Distribution Being Prepared-Water and Light Rate
Will be Looked Into Too
"There arc cases in tho city where
$'.14 sewerage tax is being charged against property valued at $4110," -said
Clerk Lawson at a special meeting
of the city council on Thursday night
"and it wiil only take two or three
years at that rate to cat. up
property."
This condition of affairs
brought to the, notice ol the
council by Mayor Hamilton who explained that it was necessary lor the
council to go into the matter of revising the sewerage charges. "The
matter must be gone into right away," he said, "but until we get tho
map of the city's distribution from
R. H. Smith, the surveyor, we cannot get at the work intelligently.".
This map he promised would bc in
the hands of the city council very
shortly and then thc work will be
proceeded with. I
The council met presumably to dis-,
cuss the consolidation bylaw which
has been prepared by the city solici-,
tor, but it was decided that at
would be better to leave this discussion over until thc bylaw had been
looked over by Lawyer Reid at tho
coast to see if it complied with the
municipal clauses act and the special
legislation recently passed.
However there was a little work on
hand in the shape of a number of
recommendations which the BHre,
Water & Light committee had at a
meeting in the afternoon prepared.!
This was the first meeting of this
committee this year and their recommendations of the afternoon woro
passed as a whole and included the
following: j
That the clerk write to Smith,'
Kerry & Chace and ask them if tbey ,
can furnish plans and specifications, ■
and the cost of the same lor tho
new pipe line or flume at the dam.!
Annnswcr to this  is wanted at once.
Moved by Abrahamson seconded by
MeKinnon, that the water be put to
the cemetery from the nearest nnd
best point, one and a half inch pipe
to be used,
Water for the race track was left
over; water for the C.P.R. hydrant
was referred to the superintendent of
the water works system to bring in
:i  report.
In reference to the petition of A.
J. Macdonncl nnd others for extension of the light system the city clerk
was instructed to advise Mr. Macdonncl that this extension will be put
through just us soon as the work
can he financed.
The water and light committee arranged to go into the matter of the
water and light rates of thc city nnd
attend to the required adjustments
nt as enrly a date as possible.
"These water and light rates are
badly in need of remodelling," said
the mayor. "Perhaps," he said,"tho
water meter system would bo better,
but at all events something must
be done." The mntter was left in
the hands of the Kire, Water and
Light committee, thc superintendent
ol   waterworks  and  City  Plcrk   Lnw-
Garden Tools
Wire Netting, Fencing, Screen Doors and
Windows, Rubber 1 lose, Sprinklers, etc. Carpenter's Tools and General Hardware.
SPORTING   GOODS
Basoball and Lacrosse Goods,  Fishing Tackle,
the best slock ever in town.
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HAY AM)   FEED
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Bourne Bros.
Hardware,
Stoves,
Plumbing
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Housewife's Favorite Brands
Robin Hood Flour
Jacob's Dublin Biscuits
Bell Elend Tea
Bell's No. I avaand Mocha Coffee
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THK NEW BOY.
The Amateur Dramatic Club gave n
very satisfactory performance ol
"Tbe New Boy" at the  Edliou thi
ll. N. Courslor has a lew nice resl-
il nces for Hair nt prices listed bi*
r.iro the recent, real estate rise. Favorable terms obtainable,
Garden hose cut nny length rc-
i;.ilred, hose OouplWgl and fitting!,
.-pray ptimpe (or all    purpurea,     ut
i; an ne lliu..
FOR J.NE 3rd
V.M.C.A. Arranging for Big Field
Day of Sports
At a meeting ol the baseball  ruin
miii"' nl the y.M.C.A. baseball lea-
gut last night, the program iiiiiI
plans tor the third of Jnn,* aporti
were drawn up. The coniinil tee ale
trying to have two baseball to,mis
and  n   lacrosse  I ram  limn the      OUt
Hide ciimo to play tlie looal aeaocla-
liim teams. The aporti will he carried mi all day. Iu the morning thc
Brat baseball game will he played,
and the junior athletic events will he
run oil.      Ill the afternoon the seennil
baseball    gome will ho played,   tba
senior athletic events will he run oil,
also the l*i' iim* *'* game.
Thc  following      were appointed  on
the committee for aportai—Hav. R.J.
Mclntyre, chairman of (porta cum
mittoc; starter for races, VV. Veith;
timers, J. Lynns, 11. II. MeOartar;
judges ol finish, A. D, Kincaid, T.
Kilpatrick! clerk of course, II. II.
Monroe; announcer, R. Bquarebrlgga;
judges of nhiit put, jumps and pole
vault, W. Stotte, R, .1. Mclntyre; com
mitt.ee for Collecting prizes and money jnr sports, K. McRae, J, Lyons,
VV. llcws; committee for selecting
baseball team and arranging for
games, 0, Knight W. Htone, R. J.
Mclntyre.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
Butter
Brookfield Extra Creamery Butter
Keystone Creamery Butter
Coldspring Dairy Butter
Malakwa Dairy Bu ttr
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
llii,ii Class Meai  Purveyors
Phono 251
P. O. Box 181
Moving picture! tonight,
SOCIAL AT Y.M.C.A.
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Annual Board Meeting and Election of Officers   ,.
It is ii woll known (act that thc
y.M.C.A. of Itevelstoke Ik doing
things, nnd the aim ol thc Association on Tuesday evening is to gather
all the mimbin ol the organisation
and others interested to place before
them what has been done during
lbe past year, and also to create interest lm larger service. tin Tuei-
dny evening next in the gymnasium,
the annual board meeting and the
iliCtlon o! directors will take place.
Rtportl ol the year's work will      l»
' presented! short addresses by the
clergymen,  dispersed   with  songs  and
' recitation*.     Tbe young utu      will
t k. charge of the social department,
' rybody is reminded to bring
along their lady triends to show
1 ii ,ii what the boys really ran do.
The meeting opeiiB at 8:15 p.m.
Tie  program will lie as followe:
Vocal   solo—Harry   Maxwell.
Chairman'!  remnrki.
Annual report of the board of dir-
eetoi
S..;,.   Mi:,.  s<iuar»brigge.
Kiin. irial  Matomont  by  treasurer.
II h    ons  work—Mr.   Jas  Cobel.
Sta-tntleal statement—Mr. J. Lyons
Hob.   Mr. Arman.
1'..*,     *  "' Ladies' Auxiliary.
Recitation—Mr. Harry Bdwardi
Khort ,i.Idie ttt—Our pastors.
Duit—Samaon boys.
S" rttary'l remarks.
Alport  ot nominating committee.
Refreshments served by thc gonUo*.
rata. BATtJRDAY,  MAY 27,  l'Jll.
THE  IMLAXL-IIESIELAJIID,   REVELSTOKE
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own country.     As with prophets, so unucl what it will lor thc civil valid-
It  is     with  the  natural  advantages ity oi Btich alliance, or for the valid-
which a country eujoys,    and    those ity ol marriage as a civil contract,
acquired  advantages  which  are    ob- Bui bore its work is at an end.    To
, .,,*,*,!  under  its laws and customs- go     beyond   is to step upon  "  hody
tbc outsider ground."    Nor      do  1    know    ol   any
ol church     that  in    principle, at least.
institution with winch the peo- would allow    the    State to regulate
1,i often needs the eye
Com-'to discover the striking beuctits
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
Including  postage to Englaud, Unit
ed States and Canada.
By tbe year-.through postoffico) J2.50'.,oes
blessed,
The earnest tribute paid to the
Canadian Government Annuities sys-
tom by Mr. William Jennings Bryan
Mining his address to the citi»ens of
Halt on Friday last should do much
io determine the iiucstion for those
ivho have not yet taken advantage of
tlie system, the
irom one
the status of   its   members at
communion  rail.
What    ssys    the "Ne Temere"
this?   Alter  the decree, as before
the church      regards  ns civilly  v
and binding whatever marriages
stale bol'ds as such, no matter
JOB PRINTING promptly executed
at reasonable rates.
TERMS—Cash. Subscriptions payable in advance.
<Cbe flDaillbeialfc
is
has
When the city council hus drawn up
its debenture consolidation bylaw
and the thing has gouc through, il
may be such a thing that thc city
will have at its disposul some $10,000
or Ho," '" to do with ns she sees
Aid. Sibbald, who by the way
somewhat ol a keen bnuncier,
unearthed a plan, which it legal will
release that sum aud obviate any
necessity ol borrowing tor some time
at least. During the past years debenture- have been Boated time and
t.me again, most ol them tor twenty
live years, and every year the rate
payers are asked for a sum to lay
by as a sinking fuud to meet these
when they become due. This sum
bas rapidl*. accummulated until now
there ie .-ome (40,000 or $45,000 lying in tue bank earning three per
tent interest. And while this money
lies tbere, the city ii constantly borrowing money at five per cent. This
A.: Si aid thinks is absurd, and
Ivs conl - are quite correct  pro
vided the money can legally be released tu the ity. The releasing of
a considerable amount ol this is of
it of the question aa u be
lout-  •    local   improvement   di
-   which  will  not  enter  into      the
Uu     it      is
■    ighlj  figured out tnat some    $10,-
:. bi  go   .it il     tbe
' .   thi
ty yea     .*   I  I the
•: ' tl but
ment    debentun ■ now
covered,   and as
•    *       Itttl W',11
practii     . ..*       ■      ,  new
»*hicb
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opinion coming, us it
who has made the
. oeial problem a life study. lie is
i iported to have snul "1 bave been
Hying for years to figure out a sun-
oar scheme for the benefit of the
ntizens ot the I'nited Stales, and 1
< innot understand why everyclvilized
tountry does not follow the lead ot
Canada and encourage the people to
I nt something by fm* tlie day when
lhey will he too old to work. This
is true eoopcsat.ive government," he
i dded. While other countries have
established pension schemes, which
i re hut extensions of Poor Law* Relief, the result ot which is to pauperis and not to stimulate thrift, thc
Canadian Government, has, by its und higher meaning
. nullities Act, inaugurated a scheme
'hereby thrift is promoted, and the
1 eoplc are provided with facilities
■ Inch will enable them to help theni-
jlves and  ut  the same    time      pre-
. irve  then   self respect  and  dignity.
Pull  Information  may   be  obtained
y addressing the Superintendent of
Canadian Government Annuities, Ot-
' iwa,  to whom all letters go free of
1 ostugcl
the
to
it,
iliil
the
  before  whom  these  may  have heen  solemnized.      So   that  is  all   marriages
eoiisiiU'ied   valid   by   civil   law,        the
church recognizes m the married persons ami their children, whatever civil rights or privi'leges lhe State guar
anii'i's   to   it-   citi'/.Miis.      To   read  the
contrary  into tiie decree is not to interpret  It,   bill  lo  interpolate  it.
But marriage is not merely a civil
contract. For in Christian churches
it has ever held its place (may it con
I nine to do so) as a religious rite,
and in ilie Catholic church as a sacrament. In fact to view marriage
only as it enters into the province of
the civil law is to muke ot it a very
low and inadequate conception. In
the churches alone can the dignity
ol thc Christian
marriage be maintained, and in the
Human church alone can its sacred -
ness as a sacrament he protected. It
is here that civil legislation ceases,
aad Ecclesiastical law begins. Rightfully then docs the Catholic church
step in at this point and dictate the
rule of conduct in this all-important
matter, for her children. She prescribes the form to be observed by-
all those who wish lo contract marriage without at the same time forfeiting their right to the graces and
privileges enjoyed by members of
good standing within hei pale. For
this is lhe essence oi the decree in
question. This is Us meaning when
it stipulates that a Catholic to mar-
iy, validly in the eyes of the church,
must .1" " lie.,ue a;, authorized Catholic priest—lie the marriage between Catholics themselves or with a
non-Catholic.
The civil law a- mch, ears naught f> ■ ter ■■; mar-
. lut tbe . n ch must. It is
a part w, ner mission. I Ian she
and accept as good .md sufficient
-vhatevei t  the
■
tne tb principli
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l mind that depend! upon the daily
ipen
tain  unconfusfd.     Evi
• . u own
.ry.
thai    '
CORRESPONDENCE
DEPENDING THE NE TEMERE
alitor   Mail Herald —
Ileal   Sir,    II  I  w,*ie t,, consult  only
iv  own  personal  feelings,   1
ot  trouble your readers with     anv
•marks such as I am about  to make
.'or I hold after all has heen Baid und
one against the   "Ne Temere"  mat
age   taw.   that   that   law   will   stand
an}   defence it      may
ive received, but because of   I
istrinsic  merits,   However,  so much
f   late  has  been   written   and   spoke.i
Borne ol ii in     itrong     an
, irms—to    show
.nqiiity of the law.  that
le short ol a mil *
ing the injustice of a thing which one
freely accepts. Krom tins 1 hope it
will not be inferred that ihe Catholic church claims jurisdiction over
ProtestantB as such. The cannonical
nullity of the marriage "f the party
iu case comes about by virtue "I" the
right that the church exercises jn
those directly under her laws. Th"
law is for CatholiCB. That lion-
Catholics are affected by it is hut by
accident, indirectly and acaiust the
wishes of the church.
Hut bow, it is urged, can I exonerate the church from the charge of
intolerance and Injustice, when the
"Ne Temere" decree presumes lo
hind those also who have at any
time been Catholics, even if some
such may one day be serving as Protestant clergymen?
Observe first that the law in question in no way aflccts those who have
left the church, and married outside
ol it before the decree went in effect
three  years  ago.
Secondly, it must be remembered
that by right of baptism received in
it, the church claims us subject to
her laws on clandestine marriage, all
those who were once in actual communion with her. llut yet. she has
made it a principle never to force
this claim when circumstances counselled that she should forego the
right to do so. The law cannot
he urged to absurdity.
Tin sens.' of the decree, then, can
not be anything so absurd as thai
the church will declaim against, or
urge the separation of those who
leave her communion, and contract
against the requirements of her laws.
The decree would consistently be applied when such parties should de
sire to be reconciled with, and return
to the church.
Why  then,   il   will   he  asked,       does
the  law make mention oi  those    who
leave the church.        'I'lie    reason      is |
clear  since   it   is   plain   that   if       thej
decree  were  to  defer  to   tbc  s.ns  anil J
ignorances   of   Catholics,   who       contract  against   its   prescriptions,       it,
would   become  a   palpable  example of
Ineffectiveness.      For  ou   the  pretext
ot evading the  law,  who would      not
become  Protestant  for  ihe occasion!
Finally,  what of the stigma      that
thc law is said to cast upon     those
who violate it, and upon  their children?     My answer is already    given.
And if anything further is asked lor,
let it be distinctly understood   that;
civilly, the church treats them as she
does  other  citizens;  religiously,       in
practice, so long as     they      remain
outside ber communion, they are   no
more to her than pure non-Catholics,
and she concerns herself not      about
them  or  theirs.      Should they desire
to return to her told,  she will      nsk
them tu  renew  their  marriage      consent.      That is all.
The Catholic church has not erred.
In the course of two thousand years
of existence, in which she has ruled
the whole or parts of eery nation
undei heaven, if she has not learned
the craft of law making, it is profitless at this hour to attempt to instruct her.
With acknowledgement of any ob-
ligation for space accorded, 1 am,
leu  Mr. Editor, faithfully yours,
J. McNEIL.
Ill  llilllllinfWM™™
A pure, wholesome
leavening agent, which makes the
biscuit and cake ol highest healthfulness at medium cost and protects the
food from alum, which is the greatest
dietary danger ol the day.
THIS   IS   -A.   EEAL   SHST^IP!!
This House is offered   for  sale at a   large  discount from
value.   Terms to suit purchasers.
APPLY TO
~v\r. sjlstidieir,
Cor. ihiril Street and McArthur Ave
EST'D.
Opera House, Friday Night, June 2
ENGAGEMENT   EXTRAORDINARY
CEYLON
TEA
"H. M.B."    .    . $1.00 lb.
" 5 O'Clock,"    .     .60c. "
" Old Country,"   .    .50c. "
"Capital Household,".40c. "
At Best Shops
naginary
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THK CAT ANU THE  PIDDLE,
How   nkc   the   -trains   of  an       old
familiar  Bong,    or  the  voice    of an
old friend Irom lar away come to us
ne   ol the old nursery rhyme,
liddle diddle,   the cat    and   the
Idle!
The cow, jumped over the moon,
ied to mi'i' the lun,
ih ran awaj   with     thc
on
way bruised feet
raj   old road     ol
lown ami trampled
■ y   i rr. rrying  people,    at
I  that  old  lullaby
lost in the Soudan
At the Bdison theatre on Friday
and Saturday there will he an entire change of program. "Lost iu
the Soudan" is a particularly woll
staged picture ami will ho the leading feature on the program, "Her
Adopted Parents," Is a splendidly
acted picture and is a subject full of
intense interest. The comedies "A
Cold Storage Romance" anil "His
friend the Dr." are both good.
ou  muL.i'.i ■'•    ' ping I
kid .    • : . .1  liberties
i •      ■•■    md n •*,';.'
ply the money ti
' lated .    - -otilng
I obviate tbe
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th.- in .-. . it once that thei
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now?     Why
»>., will ■' mm Hn- ncn i
i ■ ■       mpi ovemenl      i  .
Fifty yean  i
timi ihji iit? <*«n
.iho!* it .,! money la thai I
Ther I! t I egal to i: I 1 ri.
Md plan -i  n| i   *   ' ■'.   nne
anil one thai hould be ai • *i iij>"u
Mayor Hnraiit.n hays positively that
the eity  rani,' t   i,, ii*ii  Hi     i,.  *, |    ll
r,.ri.rt then nothing moro   dtia
.ni  tbere a"* ol hi 11     'vb"
; ,.*.*.'  i        uertlon.
By ail meana let the niaftai be Look
• ' thoroughly  ind release
iiioin >■ if poaeibli
•  .a tiir decree      ■ hielj
, ,   .   ,        ter pre ted       I        eoplj deprecnt
to|  'III
•., *  . regarding mai
i. try or     ln
inj oth»i      'l'i**
■   Well known, nn.l   I   ma)
pted 'ii Unction     be
i civil   i ontract
oui tl te. As
a civil contract i * *    ai '
which conli ■      in ii  led coup
le a new * th oertaln
defined cu Ic dui le * an i reiponi*
Ibtllf hm.    i mii r | ■ a, u
•« iiiiiioi.bicii!) m!,|i i io rnii legla
lution. lUiur tbe law nt the land
maj let condition* according to
ib.ib. two person*, having expre«*ed
ibi'ii desire to become mnn *a4 Witt,
■ i, hall he i eg u ded ** man led, su lu
i   the siaw Is i mo 11 .*.]   thnt ih so
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Fire Alarm Boxes
Signals aro given thus: 2 btrjim,
uterval 5 seconds—1 strokes, llos
4. No. of box will also be shown
d  indicator at Fire  Hall.
FIRE BRIGADE NU.  TWO.
liox No. 14—Corner First street
iid McKenzie avenue, C. li. lliuuu
ft Co.
Box  No.  15—Corner First      street
ml   Rokeby  annuo,  post uflico,
liox No.   16—Corner Becond Htrcot
FUN NIGHT Laa;f,
!        Laugh!
More Laughs
FUN NIGHT
19-lln«e«iis Scmcs-19       20-Hew Songs-20       -tO-People-40
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that th
iiunlitirn  a Catholic foi
*■ eicepi in -a ding i ■ ib** .> i
**' i.i church, sneh ii person is not,
free to n * il  undei   thnl  uontll
tion      Now whal does the Pioteel in!
i,.,i i limply thi i.     in
mul willingly he (or she > pledgi
troth t" "I"* win, m incapable ol ac
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o .*   tbc civil eflocts of u marriage ceptlng it with the Intsnded elteel   II
his I'utiliarl p1   b'l  ihe (tjvll law      then  is iu'lenl  novel to hem  uUv i>lyU't!t-
: 	
K ooi 'pin
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,*i.m  ti,"  print      i
•,ii uh popular f.iv,ir |
; ,   r.   \'-' *i '.a and
Ihr   Doylan      lb,hi*  nml   Aiibnr      ami j
the !*• ■ promleea one of tbe
rarest rcati   offered       this
and   iio-.ri nmunt   Id mil   and
it use.
Boi  No.  17—Corner Third
a i  i lampbaU  avenue,  Qlobe
ii  company.
Hoi No. it   O.P.R. station
Box   No. 2i   Oorner   Fifth
nd      McKenzie      avenue
Lurch.
Box No. it   Oorner   Sixth    b'.ioet
ml Ortoa avenue, w, a. Foote.
Box No. M-—Cornel  Fourth street
mi Townley street,   oorner     eouth
rack.
Box No. 2s   Oorner Seoond   stre.it
ini Robson avenue, Mri. linker.
ii.,x No. J4   Fire Hall No. 2.
Box No   i,   Hospital,
in,-- No. 16   Bohool.
, illi   llfil'IAIil*;   NO
Box N" M Fire Hall No. l.
Box No. 46 Pronl itreet w, t.
Mi 0, P. K. hrldgo.
ilox No, 16 I'orner King aad
i ingiaa etreeU, palace Meat. Market
Box No 17 Oorner Becond and
VuIph itreeti, back "i court bouse,
The Merriest of All Musical Extravaganzas
A Bewitching Dazzle of Sparkling Costum6S|
Scenery, Girls,  Music
Harry  B.   Watson and   Rose Boylon's-Arthur
Tile Sixty Smile a  Minute Show,
60 Scats at $2.    200 Scats at $1.50.    150 Se ts at $1
Admission, 75c.       -       Children, 25c.
Plan at Macdonald's Drug Store
C.P.R. Timetable
WESTBOUND.
No.  1,  arrives     liiin  a.m.,  departs
7:0fi a.m.
No.  ')7, arrives  6:M  p.m.,  departs,
7:15 p.m.
BABTBOOND.
No. 2, arrives i-:M midnight,    do-
arts 12:46 mi.innl,i.
No.  UG, arrives 1:45 a.m., doparle,
t'M a. in.
South   IrniU leaves   llrvelsttiko at 9
a. m., arrives Kovvlsloki 5:25 p.m.
Moving  Pictures Tonight.
CORPORATION OF THE CITY
OF REVELSTOKE
NOTICE 'In CREDITORS,
in
ib,*
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Mntter   ol
.mas  Mi Mali
III
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Bstatc
li ceased.
ol
"i be i nl   om| the Piddle" will
ul ilie opera home, June lad
Boi  No.   4R   Oorner   Third
lms. streetf, Oowan block.
hlninl   for   practice—HOt   Iims
I  It   tri  «lo*» strokes,
hi     on'  ili  inii.cn.'I line hroktn
re out.
hial
ti.ati
Notii i* ik hereby given that all
crodlton and others having claims
agalns! tho G tato ol Thomas McMahon, bin ,.: Reveletoke, B. ('-, dc-
<m i i*i, wbo died at Revelstoke on or
,i  i  tbe miii daj ol November, l'.nn
aie 1,'ijiim ni to send to the under-
ii-iiimI BolicHora lof Donald Mcln,
tosh EOzecutoi "I tbe Inel will of
■aid iln m,*i i ii within CO days Irom
date, lull pari It ulari ol their claims,
iluly   verill.il    nnd     Hun   alter       that
1 in* said
PUBLIO NOTIOB
r,Uilu* none,' ik hereby Riven that
all property ownin arc required by
1'ity BylaWI to keep their boulevards
in good order, Failure to do this
will empower the Corporation to do
tlie work nml Charge the expenso up
to thc  property  to he collected      as
ordinary taxes.
Uy Order,
BRDOH A. LAWSON,
M27 lm. City Clerk.
l,llji;0K  ACT.   l'JIO.
Notice is hereby  given  that on the
Ui;tli   day   of  June,   UU,   application
will bo made to the    Buperlntendenl
ot  Provincial  PoMot lor thi transfer
of  the  license  for the snle  ol liquor
i.\eii,i"i   win  proceed   by retail iu and upon the    premises
ibnie  lbe laid c itatl nmmiRHt
tbo    ■ ill 'ib i thereto, regard   being
bad only to Lhose i lalma   of     which
■aid   Blccutar   shall     have    then     re
celved nol •
HARVEY, McCARTER  tt  PINKHAM
■ ■it"is ol Donald Mclntoih,
EllCUtori "f the Last Will
MJ: iti ul   Doceaicd.
known us the Holel Beaton Hittlato
ai Beaton, British Columbia from
John A Thew to Harry Nellis ol Fcr-
L'usoii, British Columbia.
Dated Ihis 10th iluy ol May, 1911.
JOHN A. THEW,
Holder of  License.
HARRY NELLIS,
Applicant lor traailtr, SATURDAY. MAY 27. 1311.
THE MAIL-HER^r-rD, EBTELSTOKE
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
HAVE  INSTALLED  IN  THEIR  VAULT  A  NEST  OF
SAFETY  DEPOSIT BOXES
IF YOU HAVE  ANY
TITLE DEEDS, MORTGAGES. INSURANCE POLICIES,
OR OTHER VALUABLES
THEY SHOULD BE LODGED IN ONE OK THESE BOXES
171
FOB   FURTHER   INFORMATION   APPLY   TO
REVELSTOfB.    BRANCH-- F   Nt. GIBSON. MGR
LOGGERS'   BOOTS
The Famous Leckie Loggers' Hools and our own
make always in stock. See our 1'aek Straps and
Pack Sacks.
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
Boot and Shoe flepaiiers,
Saddlers
Harness Mnkers
THE MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED  1855
Capital Paid Up $4,000,000
Reserve Fund    - -    $4 400,000
Has 77 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in all the Principal Cities of the World.
A OENERAL BANKINO BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS     BANK   DEPARTMENT
At all Branohes.    Interest allowed at highest current rate
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT Manager.
Under New /fanagement.
Wm. Boyd, Proprietor
Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
The Greatest Health Resort on the Continent
Natural lint Water, 124 Degree of ilea
Natural Uol Water in Bathe.    O    I   All Year
Rates from $ 12 to $ 15 Fer Week
GET   "WISEI
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 known him, he will
ti*M you Unit tlie whiskeys wears
lelllngare the belt, tall and he
convinced, No liuliNehold should
be without a -supply of our Harvey's Special Siotih Whishey; mir
Frapln Liqueur Brandy, guaranteed
HO yearn old or Blackberry Brandy
for Medicinal purposes. Our stock
of choice Wines and Liquors of iill
kinds ate iiiiixi <*iii il. S, iii by all
the lending hotels, or telephone
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.. Ltd.
Importers and Dealers In Pure Wines, Liquors, Cigars and Cigarettes
Fruit and Vegetable
Boxes and Crates
Our Hox Factory iN now running ami
we are in a position to supply  all   Uimis
ol fruit ami vegetable boxes and crates,
Those who have not already sen! n**
their orders should do St. at once as they
nre coming in lust, nml we would like I"
deliver nil orders in good time' Our
boxes are equal to anv on the market
nml prices call In* liml on application to
S. McMahon,  Revelstoke, or to
IHE HIIIEHII LUMBER COMPANY, LTD,
Salmon Arm, I). C.
Eggs for Hatching
Rhode Island Red.
Silver-laced Wyandotte and Huff Leghorn, per setting, (2.00.
Btnden goose eg^s. .50c. each.
I'ckin ilml sill i'kksi $2, no,
Day "lil ducklings.
Daj "li! chicks a specialty.
Write or Phone 212,
MRS. R. A. UPPER
New Drove Farm, Uevelstoke.
Moving Pictures Tonight.
THE   BIG
REMOVAL SALE OF FURNITi
IS   NOW   ON
R. HOWSON & COMPANY
REVELSTOKE,   1$. C.
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged f pioved.     First-Clase in every respect.     Ail modern convenience!
Larue Sample KooniB.
Rat o $2.00 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".    ^LBIEJIRT      STOHSTE      JPJBOF.
Luml)
E.   G.   BURRIDGE
umbermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -   Revelstoke, B. C.
helore buying yonr outfit of working clothes
for the bush. I make a
specialty of Logging
Shoes. Pants, Sox, Shirts
Blankets and everything
required in vour business.
For Sale
25-foot   Lot and  House, Third .Street
$fono.
Three Lots on Second Street, near the
new Post Office, $1310.
House and Lot near Y.M.C.A., $8160.
Two   lots   anil   House, Third   Stree',
$■311111.
House and Lot, First Street, near the
new Post Office, $2101.
SS feet on Sixth Street, $7i«>.
50 feet on Victoria Road, $550,
12 Room llonie, Second Street, 50-foot
lot, 84500.
And other 8t*st*clasa values.
Cull and investigate
W. B. Robertson
Great West Permanent Loan
Company Agency
Fruit Lands
FOR SALE
(iilena Bay lnnd" in pa reels of
10 or 20 acres or en bloc. Correspondence invited.
John Shaw. Agent.
Box 616 Arrowhead
Tinsmith Repairs, Hot Air, Pipe
and Furnace work
-WORK   8HOP-
Connaught Ave.   -   Revelstoke
TIME TO PLACE YOUR ORDER
FOR SPRIG  PAIHT.'NC
■t me paint your house right. 1 ilo
■thing but iirsl-class work. Quality
nsidered my price is low. The best
itcrials used and work done when
utilised. Try me on your interioi
corating.   My work is guaranteed to
John Lee
DRY GOODS
Manufacturer of   Ladies'
Underwear
Ladies Suits Marie to Order
Fit Guaranteed
All kinds of Silk. Gingham,
Muslin,   and   Fancy
things kept in stock
Price. Reasonable P 0 Boi 206
Front St.. Lower Town, Revelstoko
SIGNS—I can furnish you with any
kind you want. Glass, brass, tin, cloth
o] wood.    Get my prices.
Carriage and Wagon Painting at my
slop in alley back of Iv. J. Bourne's
Store, First Stieet.
R. Z. CRAWFORD!
Residence Cor. Hid St. and Kobsonaie
Pacific Coast
Tested Seeds
Arriving daily hur new and
fresh stock nf Seeds, grown
under cnulract by the best
growers   in all parts nt   the
world. S"i ds that will give
you the besl results. One trial
will convii ee you. Also a full
line of garden i.tpilsltes, Iin-
piemen!s of all kind-; Bee
Hutiplii"*, Spi.ivi'is.Spi-iiy, ami
a full line of I'hick Feeds anil
(1 nk"\'s remedies. Press Llie
billion, *.*.,  will ilu the rest.
IL J. Henry Nurseries
3011 Westminster Road
A. R. McDougall,    -   Manager
Vancouver, li. 0,
II. B. STONEX
Practical..
Machinist
Hepairs  ol  all   kinds   neally  done
bicycle and Gun work a specialty
Kstiinaiea given °" "ny class
of work
Front       Street
UNION HOTEL
A Know UK AH, B. «'.
■S eciiil Attention (liven to eommercla
it., ti and toiiiisin. Pint-class sampi,
ro* ms. Finest scenery In British Columbin, overlooking i'pper Atrow Lake.
VV. J. Lightburne. Prop
CEMENT BLOCKS
UfiDofaotnrtd for ah ciniiii of  bnildtt.gt
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE CLAY AND FIRE BRICKS
Fur •nl" In l"*r»r* nr «mnll ii''inttt!«»
at dm low**-i prlret forouh
All ktadl nf hniHinjr nud plnxleriiiM
BDdsrtakn
Foote & Pradolini,
REVELSTOKE
ST. ANN'S   ACADEMY
KAMLOOPS, B. O.
Affords superior pilucaiional advantages. Handsome new brick buildtnft
modern equipment) extcnsiveuroundn.
Classen graded in accordance with the
ichoolfl Ihrougboul tins Province.
Complete Music and Art Departments.
Special courses In Shorthand, Type«
writing and Book-keeping. Partloular
attention given lorenneinent ot man*
t hts it ml correct English.
TRRMI Mum ham:
For Prospectus. Address Tho Ao-riomy.
ShihkzGure
.,   ulilv   BlapA ,,,,,,11,*..   cure* inl,!*».   I,,*,,!,.
II"" Ibmrl anii lund*.        >    •    •        Stfl null, I
' AT IT HERE SIIICE l-)00V
WU WORK,
MflKEyOUR MONEY
WORK TOO.
BHPEro5ITin(JV0UR5.i.VlPI65
WITH US TME> Villi, WWl
4% INTEREST WHICH
WECR£PITMOnTHl> :
md MoneysRETURIV
/IBLEONDEMflnP
AS QUICKLY A3 THEIWLS
CAM CARRY IT.
PEOPLE JUST AS CAREFUL
flW MUTKM1515
>0UCiinBE,
/IREWEl^PLEflSEP,
AND THOROUGHLY
SATISFIED,
WtTHTHE\W»yinWHI«t
OUR BUSINESS IS
TRUNSrtCTED/l BUSINESS
NMW&EP BY PEOPLE OF
MATURED EXPERIENCE
* HIGHEST INTEGRITY
flP05TdL,GIVIPtfi
YOUR WMB SUPPRESS
Wl It PROMPTS BRING MOI)
rUlA-IMFORMflTlOM.
..WRITE TOM
SHODLPyOUWVEflNy
PIMNGI/1L BUSINESS IPI
VANCOUVER "VICIMry,
RENTS TO COIi-EGT,
mKnBttKPQRS/M*'
N0RTGHGE5TOL°0K^PrEfi
/1NPC0U-EGT.
PIHEIWURrtriCETOrMCB
LET US ATTEND TO IT.
We ARE PLEH5inG
OTHERS WE WILL BE SURE
TO PLEASE YOU.
Bnv,ripitb.liri
321 Cambie street,
ix?Vai\coviver B.C.<^
"Thc Razor
ol Today"
This Old Gentlemen
Cured of Rheumatism
By On* Box of GIN  PILLS
Yarmouth, N.S.
"I have been botlieri.il with Rheumatism for the punt year and have taken
1 yuu.1 many different kinds of medicine
;ml found 110 relic! fur it.
One day a friend advised me to trv
1".IN I'lI.I.S, and after taking one box
of them, I filt like 11 new man, I
thought I would write you a few lines
to let you kuuw how thankful I am for
the relief Uiey gave me, and would
advise all sufferers from Rheumatism to
try GIN PILLS."
Wm. Conty,
Don't bother with liniments and so-
ealled "blood purifiers". They won't
help your kidneys—and Kin■iiinatism is
mused by weak, stiuined or irnlu!i*d
kidneys. The only possible way to cure
Rheumatism, is lu cure the kidneys. GIN
PILLS will do this as nothing else will.
Take CIN 1MI.I.S NOW and be free
from Rlieiinialisin this winter. 50c. a
box—6 for f 2.10—and monev promptly
refunded if yon nre not satisfied.
Order from us if your dealer does not
handle GIN PILI.S. Sample box lent
free on request. National Drug and
Chemical Co., Dept. W ,    Toronto.   57
The original
'iin Pills made by
National Drugand
Chemical Co. of
Canada Limited,
Toronto, are sold
only In thia box.
kiiu hai,K—Two cheap properties oo
Third itreet, nenr Cowan Block, IJ
storey home, nlso u Bungalow
etandlng on u comer lot, Apply
John Darbyihlre, 1812, cimlgtono
Avenue, Victoria, 11. 0. lin
GILLETTE Blades are Harder
-Keener-Smoother Than Forged Razor Blades
Refnre the GILLETTE wj< invented razor blades were ill forbid. That
is, a piece of mild steel was hcate.i and hammered out till it took the form of
a razor blade. Every heating, every hammering, changed the hardness of tlie
steel a little—how much, no man could tell, but more in some parts than
others, because these parts wrre hammered out more.
Naturally, to temper perfectly a blade of such uncertain and uneven
hardness is impossible.
In making GILLETTE Hades we start with an ingot of steel, too fin«
in quality to stand forging, whose composition we know by analysis. We roll
thij out to the thinness ofthe finished Made, then mnip out the blade- ready
for tempering.
The composition of the steel is not aliered by the rolling and stamping
as it is by forging, so that each blade comes out not only even in texture
throughout, but of the same quality as every other blade. As oi:r p.rented
automatic tempering process tempers each blade through aid thrtugh in
precisely the same way, the finished blades have an even, uniform hardness
which cannot possibly be equalled in forged blades.
Two ofthe hardest, keenest, smoothest shaving edprs the world has ever
seen are found on each and every GILLETTE b':.i.:e. Not only is the
GILLETTE the safest, quickest, most convenient and only adjustable razor,
but it carries the best edge.     That is what interests thc shaver most.
Standard Sets $5.00. Pocket Editions $5.00 to $ 3.00.
At your druggist's, jeweler's or hardware dealer's.
The Gillette Safety Razor Co. of Canada, Limited
Office and Factory,
63 St. Alexander Street, Montreal.
Offices also in New York, Chicaf o, London, F.ng., and Shanghai, Chin.
Factories in Montreal, Boston, Leicester, Berlin and Paris.
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I WORLD NEWS IN PARAGRAPH
A Symposium of What is Happening in
All Parts! of the World
t
Tne trade of the Dominion lor the j
month ol April uf the present year
shows 11 fulling oil [rom the corresponding month lust yeur on account
ol the wheat crop shortage and the
late opening ol nuvigution.
A United States steamship company has been granted a new trial on
the straight of the Standard Oil decision in connection with a conviction  for restraint  uf  trade.
St. Mathew's church, Winnipeg,
will build a $5*0,000 edifice on u new
site.
The Free Press lias bought a new
site and a building will be erected
without delay.
Vi. H. T. Stnlthaon, teller in a bank
at Rouleau,  Sask., committed suicide
The latest crop reports by the C.
P.R.  and  C.N.R. are satisfactory.
CALGARY KXHIMT10N.
Joseph  Kial was  fined $25 for stabbing Jan Toysan,  but Mike Flu) was |
acquitted, by Judge I'aterson in the j 	
Winnipeg county criminal court. The Prise list is now in the hands
if exhibitors,  nnd entries have      al-
Russia has appealed  to the British    rjady begun to amvc
overnmeut in connection with the
Fedorenko case and the privy (■..unci!
has been asked to  decide the matter.
A number ol Liberal meetings will
lie held throughout Manitoba early
next month, in which prominent
speakers  will   take   part.
John  Uaird  has arranged  to
17.3 acres in thc west end to the city
ol Winnipeg  tor an athletic field.
The ollicial thermometer at Ottawa
registered 96 degrees In the shade,
Monday, tbe hottest In two yearn.
Montreal men refuse to replace ironworkers on strike in Winnipeg and
are sen!   buck  by   iheir  union.
Everything is very busy at the
grounds in Victoria I'ark. Supt. R.
J. Burns has large gangs of men em-
1 oyed in the construction ol the
I "i k puvi/ion and stables for which
t • ratepayers ol t'algary recently
V .ted 155,000.
The Parks Board uf the city is ex-
SP|1   pending      $S,(l(iO  in beautifying      tho
1 rk. and the result will be a pleas-
a t surprise  to visitors to the      ex-
! '.'."ii.     Tbe dates are June 30 to
J ly  7th.
CROP WILL HE LARGE.
Discontent is said to exist in Pur
tugal and an .irmed elturl to restore
tin* monarch; is looked Ior.
Lord  Landfdowne'l  bill  fur  the re-.
Toronto, May 25—That the western
C 1..la crop will bc 200,000,000 bushels; that the increase in crop area
spring is 25 aer rent, chiefly in
8 ikatchewan; that the arm under
cri i'  i*- as lulluws:
Saskatchewan, r,,ono,noo acres; Al-
("iiii uf the house ol lords has !**„ ,„.,, r,ftonoo to ,i000 „,*.,*. BcpB§,
given ,ls second reading. I ManttobSi 3,000,000 acres.
Senator Nelson, ol Minnesota, has'    T'1(>sc "re thc statements ol     Wm.
proposed several amendments to the   wl,',<'' ,,f th(' C.P.H., who is in   the
redp ity bill. : r;,V  ,r"m Winnipeg,  on his way      to
Montreal.
The siith annual   Imperial   confer-]	
end* opened  In  London on Tuesday.     '    M  ving   Pictures  Tonight.
Moving  pictures  tonight.
Mother Goose and Dancing Dolls with the Cat and the Fiddle,
Opera House, Friday, June :nd, 1911, WORD
Opportunity for wealth is knocking at your door.    Will you acne
You can count on your finger tips scores of persons of your own]
have purchased property and have become independently rich.
if you act right now.     Do not let the other fellow get in ahea<l c
The Oity of the Interior!
The City of Steady c
r-u
itasBassssaass
A Retrospect
Twenty years ago she was but a little
village of four or five hundred. You could
in half an hour count every house. Then
you had no faith in her possibilities for
growth and you didn't invest your earnings. You passed the opportunity up and
to-day you are not much further ahead.
A Regret
Have you been a Rip Van Winkle and
slept for these past twenty years ? If so
you must now wake up to the possibilities
of the next twenty years and regret your
inaction. Sit down and look yourself in
the face, ask yourself if you have acted
wisely. Be honest about it and answer the
question in all seriousness.
no
t.J"«i
If ycu invest in Revelstoke Property now, you are investing in a sure ij
tion but an investment, and one that will pay you handsome dividends.
mak.- money, write,  Phone or Call on us without delay.
Dominion   Seeupi
CHAS. A. BARNUM, Secretary and Manager.
in in.ni.   niiaiii
I III     ■   'I ciif nf iruT
(er ? If you do she will lead you on to fortune and independence,
intance who have stepped into cities before the boom started,
are just as clever as they and their experience will be yours
ou and take all the profits.    No better investment in the West.
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.
Laker.    The element of chance is entirely obliterated.    It is not a specula-
itand to win several hundred per cent, and lose nothing*    If you want to
Company
Ltd.
Corner First Street West, and Connaught Ave.
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BE2E3ESEHK3K SATIT.D.W,   MAV  27,   1911,
'mE 3^a.il-:k:e.r^:l:d, revelstoke
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Pees Ifi thef^
NOTICE.
Revelstoko Lund District.
District of West. Kootenay.
Take notice that Edith G. MeVity,
of Revelstoke, B.C., occupation married woman, Intends to apply lur
permission to purchase the following
described land,
Commencing al a post planted on
the east bank of the Columbia river
su chains north from the North WeBt
Corner of Lot 8301A, Croup One, Kootenay District, and marked "Edith
G. McVity's South-West Corner
Post," thence east 40 chains, thence
north 80 chains, tbence west 40
more or less 'to the east bank of Uie j
Columbia river; tbence south along
the east bank of the Columbia river
80 (hains more orless to the point,
of commencement, containing 320
acres more or less.
Dated May IGth,  1911,
EDITH  ti. MiVITY.
Per   Charles   Robbins,     Agent.
NOTICE
Revelstoke  Land  District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that Lydia A. Wick, of
Nelson, B. C, occupation married
woman, intends to apply for permission to purchuse the following described lands.
Commencing at a post planted 10
chains south from S.E. Coiner of
Timber limit 9898 and on the west
side of the South Fork of Fostliull
Creek six milos west ol Upper Arrow
Lake and running north 80 chains,
enst 80 chains, south 80 chains and
west 80 chains to point of commencement, being the S. W. Corner of
Lydia Wick'B location containing 640
acres more or less.
Dated 12th April, l'Jll.
LYDIA ANGELINE WICKS.
M.lO-tiO J. H. Feeney, Agent
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lack ol practice. As a matter of
fiiut the battery ol the baseball team
,ir outclassed thc Bnderby bunch but
iioor holding threw the game awny.
The relay nice of 880 yards, 250
yards apiece wus won by McRae, McMahon, Hopkins and Worley,
uL'N  CLUB  SHOOT.
Reveletoke Gun  Club   hail  a
day at tlu* butts on    Victoria
four  trophies being shot for,
J.  Macdonncl     winning   tbe
gain
Day,
Mr.   A.
whole
Tweedie  :
Kenton   '
VICTORIA HAY
Col. Sergt. Don.ild ...
Sergt.   Smythe  	
Lt. Harte 	
Pte. Fenton 	
VICTORIA DAY
Col.   Sergt,   Donald  	
Sergt.   Smythe   	
Pto. Fenton  	
Pte. J. Fenton 	
l'te.   Shearer   	
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bunch of them with a score of HI out.
of n possible 100. Evans and Stokes
o: Armstrong were a good second
with T.i out of a possible 100. The1
shooting all through was fair considering  the  strong  wind  blowing.
On June 29th the lug annual shoui
will be lield when ten events of L'o
binds each will be run oil. A big
crowd is expected, us Nelson and Calgary will be represented, und a good
crowd is also expected from Vancouver,
Victoria Dny wus button day; the
same being decided m event I, whieh
was for ilu* Bourne Pros, trophy. Tbo
winner ol the buttons were as follows— Class A, A. .1. Mai'doiincl;
Class D. T. K, i„ Taylor; Class C,
K.  Morgan.
The scores were as follows, No. 1
event being the Bourne Bros', trophy
No. 2,   the Lawrence  Hardware      Co,
FOR    SALE.
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Col.  Sergt.   Donald
;lergt.    A.    Dull ...
lergt.   Curner   	
. Miirl.   Smythe   	
Pte.    J.   Fenton .,
Corp,  A Hun
l'te.  B.  Tnylor
'te.   J.   Paynes
RIFLE SHOUT
20*0 500 60tl
One hundred White Log Horn Hens;
fifty It. I. He.Is Ileus, and several
Cockerels of both kinds. Apply at
Revelstoko Poultry Yard. P.O. Box,
227.     J.  A.  Morgan Proprietor!
NOTICE.
Revelstoke  Land  District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that the Arrow Lakes
Lumber Company, Limited, intend to
apply to the Minister ol Lands for
permission to lease the lollowing described lands.
Commencing    ut  n post  planted on
the shore line of Upper Arrow  Lake,
at a Point about 737.2 feet     easterly
from  the  South
384,  Group  One,
nnd marked "Arrow Lakes Lumber
Company Limited North East Corner
Post". Thence south into the waters of Upper Arrow Lake a distance
of 2(H) feet, thenee westerly and parallel to the Ehore-line of the said lake
a distance of about 3133.2 feet to a
point 200 feet South from a Point
on the shore of said lake which is
3133.2 feet westerly from the southeast coinei of said Lot 384; thenco
north 200 feet to the shore line " ol
said lake, thence easterly along the
shore of said lake 3133.2 feet more or
less to the point of commencemimi
17 acres more or less.
Dated April 22nd, 1911.
Arrow Lakes Lumber
Company Limited.
Ed. McGaghran,  Agent.
NOTICE.
Rovelstoke Laud  District.
District of West  Kootenuy.
Take notice that I, R. Smith, of
Revelstoke, occupatiian, B. C. Land
Surveyor, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands.
Commencing at a post planted on
tbe shore of Shelter Day at the north
end of Arrow Lakes at an angle of
L 811G.1, and marked R, Smith's
Angle Coruer Post, thence north 40
chains more or loss to a post of Lot
811G.1.) thence west 20 chains, thonce
south 60 ehuins, thenco eust 40
chains more or loss to the shore of
Shelter Bay, thenco north along the
said shore to tho point of commencement, containing 160 acres more or
less.
Dated April 13th,  1911.
M10-60 ROBERT SMITH..
.& A. F.
KOOTENAY  LODGE. No.
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.
1.  O.  O. F.
NOTICE
Revolstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice thut Marie Scott, ol
Nelson, B. B., occupation married
woman, intends to apply Ior permission to purchase the following described lands.
Commencing at a post planted one
half mile west from thc S.W.  Corner
of Lot   8148,    and running north    80
hains,  west 80 chains,       south     80
East  corner  of Lot chains   cast 80    chains to    poiut    of
Kootenay    District,  commencement, being the S. E. Coruer of Marie Scott's location, containing 640 acres more or* less.
Dated 14th April,  1911.
MARIE SCOTT.
M.10-60 J. H. Feeney, Ageut
WANTED—Apprentice boy, willing to
work and learn a good trade. Apply Beaver Cigar Co.
The underwear
without a fault
trophy;      No,
3,
the
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Barber
trophy   .nnl   Ni
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Stokes    	
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Kvaus  	
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Munro 	
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Taylor  	
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Blakley  	
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UNDER    ENTIRELY
NEW  MANAGEMENT
St. Leon
Hot Springs
Hotel
Hoi mineral b.iihs especially recommended (or invalids uiul those in need i f
, toning up,
Exclusive baths provider! for ladies. Jfi
[Private Rooms handsomely lilted up.
Rates  S-'  iut  dav-    Special  Kate   (or
eekly visitors.
COUSINS, PROP
foi mer i is
f.,i  .■
KAMLOOPS CRICKET MATCH
Tbe    Kamloops *. toke    cricket
. ii toi ,i  Day      at
Alexandra  park In deligl   lul weather I
and before .*. large   and    enthusiastic
r.um!*.:   ol ectntort       Reve
*  ! .-.!
ins.     Kam-
l*   tbi      , 'c-
ond .. nly     in
;4 i . iving I
with the lose
: i'    li* , -  ■.-.*:,   ..n :    \    r
l *    .
visitc" -        ■*•.-:.      the
latter i
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bell  0,   Mulf-Smitb   4.   F.   A'.!.'
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ban 0,  li   Wallace 5, J
-.  rth 0   '    M   Weld 10, B.Cn
out   '■   '"    i   34.
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Pain i   '•   i'i im ill nol ou
ii.    . ii- m i."i out 1—4,    ii miik
i and.— Kiimb'iip    Si iitini'l.
WON RELAY HACK.
With  nothing  but a  win   In   tin
lay lm''  raoe tbe Revelatoke
returned  to tbe  city on     Thu
nyii iiim*   .it   9   0 dock   fi"in   tin'     I'lu
ij   Iporl The  baseball      match
.   ol   12      t"  *i  nnd
tivi*  lacrosse  match  by  n    COIN  ol   1-6
'ibe  boys put their Ul lul'  down to
Revelstoke
New & Secondhand Store
FIRST STREET WEST
We buj and sell "r exchange
Furniture, Stoves, Kitchen ware,
Men's Clothing, etc., i ti
J. C. Hull, - Proprietor
Plaots for Sale
NOTICE.
Revelstoke  Land   District.
District of West Kooteuay.
Take notice that G. H. Scott, of
Nelson, li. C, occupation, Agent, in
tends to apply for permission to purchase the follow described lauds.
Commencing at a post planted 80
chains from N. W. Corner of Lot 8148
aud running north 80 chains, wost 80
ehuins, south 80 chains, east 80
ehuins to point of commencement, being the S. E. Corner of G. G.
Scott's location, containing 640 acres
more or less.
Dated 12th April, l'Jll.
MIO-bO     GEORGE HENRY SCOTT.
SELKIRK      LODGE  12.
Meets every Thursday evening in
Selkirk Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting
brothren  cordially invited.
K. G. McRAE, N. G,
MATHIE,  Secretary.
JAS.
10URT
No.  3461.
NOTICE
Revelstoko  Land  District.
District ul   West Kooteuay.
Take nolice that Henry H. MeVity,
ol Hevelstoke, B. C, occupation, accountant, intends to apply for permission to purchase the (ollowing described land.
Commencing ut a post planted
on the cast bank ol the
Columbia river at tho north-east
corner of Lot 8301A, Group Oue, Kootenay District, and marked "Henry
H. McVity's South-West Corner
Post," thence east 40 chaius, thence
north 80 chains, tbence west 10
, chains more or less to the east bank
ol the Columbiu river; thence south
along thc east bank ol the Columbia
river 80 chains more or less to the
point of commencement, containing
320 acres, more or less.
I    Dated May 16th, 1911.
HENRY   H.   McVlTY.
Per Charles Robbins,    Agent.
NOTICE
Certilicate of Improvements.
Glad Hand Mineral Claim, situated
in the Trout Lake Mining Division ol
West Kootenay District. Where lo
cated;*—At head of Seven Milo Creek
and adjoining tbe Winslow Mineral
Claim.
Take Notice that I, O.B.N. Wilkie,
acting as agent for Druce White, P.
M.C. D2iK)0'J, William Dennett, F. M.
C. B25221, and Nettie Davcy, F. M.
C. No. B25561, intend sixty days from
date hereof, to apply to the Min.ug
Recorder for a CertiticuUi of Improvements, for the purposo of ob
tainiug a Crown Grant ol the auovt
claim.
And further take notice tbat action, uuder Bection 37, must be com
uieuced hefore the issuauce of such
Oertiflcate of Improvements.
Dated Ninth day of March, 1011.
O. B. N. WILKIE, B.C. L.8.
Trout Lake, B. G.
NOTICE.
Certificate of Improvement.
Wanencld, noun, Colorado, Dei
Norte, Del Key, San Juan, Delta,
and Marguerite Mineral Oiaiins, situate iu the Lardeau Mining Di.i.->iou
oi West Kootenay District, Where
located:—on Mohawk  Creek.
TaW Nptice that 1, A. H. Green,
acting as agent lor Jobu R. Henry,
Special Free Miner's Ccrtilical* No.
38M), intend, sixty days from date
hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder lot' ouruueues oi improve
meuts, lor the purpose oi obtain.ng
Grown Grants ul the above claims.
And further take notice lhat action
under scctigu 37, must bc commenced
lieloie the issuance of such Oertiflcate
of improvements.
Dated this 20th day of October, A.
D., l'JIO.
A. H. GREEN.
MT.      BEGBIE,
OF I.  O. F.
Meets in I. O. O. F. Hall next to
Tapping's Opera House every second
and fourth Monday in month. Visit-
,ng brethren cordially  welcomed.
G. W. BELL, 0. R.
WM.   S.   CAMERON,   Rec.-Sec.
■ iOLD RANGE LODGE,      K.  of    P.,
NO.   26,   REVELSTOKE,   B.   G.
Meets every   Wednesday  except   the
Third Wcdncaday of each month      in
oddfellows' Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting KnigbtB are cordially  invited.
J. Y.  SIMPSON, C. C.
G. H. BROCK, K.  ol R. ft S.
M. of F.
0. W. 0. W.
Mountain View Camp, No. 229.
Meets Second    and     Fourth Wednesdays    in each month in    Selkirk
Hall.      Viaitiug  Woodmen are
cordially invited to attend
H. W. EDWARDS, Con. Com.
JAMES  McINTYRE.  Clerk.
NOTICE
iIARVEY, McCARTER
AND PINKHAM,
Barristers,   Solicitors,   Etc.
Imperial Bank Building Revelstoke, B. 0.
Money to Loan.
Ofllces—Rovelstoke,    B.   O.,     and
Cranbrook, B.  C.
Geo. S. McOarter,
A. M. Pinkham, J. A. Harvey,
Revelstoke, Cranbrook
ROBERT  SMITH.
Provincial Land  Suveyor,
Mining Surveyor,
Engineering
McKENZIE  AVE.,
BOX 106. REVELSTOKE.
CONTRACTORS.
NOTICE
Revelstoko  Lnnd District.
District ol West Kootonay.
Time notice that Marie Scott, of
Nelson, B. C, occupation married
woman, intends to apply for permission to purchase tbc 'following described lauds.
Oommenelng at a post planted 80
chains west Irom the S.W. Coruer of
Lot 8148 and running north 80 chains
cast 80 ehuins, south 80 chains, west
80 chains to point of commenoemont,
being Marie Scott's South West Corner Post.
Dated May 15tb, 1911.
MARIE SCOTT,
Per J. H. Feeney, Agent.
Strawberry Plants
SI.Ou Per Hundred
McKINNON & SUTi IERLAND
Sole Agenti in Revelilolw
HOU RIMES IUDEMV 1MB I0MHI SCHOOL
ii.
and R
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eil  lol    I ,ik   „t  home  pl     "        •     '
-lay with   opportunity
SPftTI   ''»"'  r»»       l>e
fc  'lot   d   I'm 'III     nll'l       I''
'•Uiii'ii      ni,     tiptflOMi        Winston,
I, I,, '.*;    Ipadlm * *" . Toronto
i.'i,ii     m a   iui urn's Crown Grant,
i«*im '*;   mm, oi Falls, Onoyooe Dl»
IhIiui,     iiit.il.lo   (i.i   (nut.   MOO     |»*i
tpplj t,„ liuin** *  ,H.irge-(.*l"'l'ii;"»;nt ofJMibllc Works
Y'lctuits. II, 0.
Court House, Revelstoke.
Sealed Tenders, superscribed "Tender lor Court-house, Revelstoke," will
1 be received by the Honourable the
Minister o< Public Works, up to noon
ol Wednesday, the 31st day ol May,
"Jll, for the erection and completion
of a Court house  at RevelBtoke.
Diawings, Specifications, Contract,
ami Forms of Tender may be seen at
the oHIccb ul the Government Agcu*-n
Hevelstoke, Nelson, Kamloops, New
Westminster, Provincial Timber Inspector, Vancouver, and at the Dc-
parunent of Public Works, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, u, C.
Intending tenderers can, by applying to tbe undersigned, obtain one
copy of the iptolQcattoni lor thc sum
ol twenty live (125,00) dollars.
Bach i. ii in mutt    be accompanied
ii) i,n aooepted hank obeque .,i     eu
* " *,f    deposit    on a chartered
n,,n<     of    Canada,    made payable
'** in.* iioa   ih.* Minister of   Public
I,   fol   a   sum  ''inai   to   llvo     {5)
, "i   imi.   oI  tint  Unlet,  which    HhHll
l*'   I,ilfi-.ti'.l   if   llll*   pill I y   ll'lnlrl ,11,'   ill'
to  'imi   Into  i,,iiIimiI when
UPOn   III   do   'O,        Till'   lIlMqll.*!,
*,i certificates of depot!) ol unsuccessful tenderers will ii« returned to them
'he execution of the contract.
Micr<*KHiui tenderer shall imn
ii   „    i.omi of  „    guarantee com<
i nny satisfactory to the Minister of
Pililir  WoikK, <"|UhI  to tin  iiui  per
.'. 'if . ontrfcl amount, for tho
ilfllmim ,,i ihr eontrtoti
renders will  not lm ronsldercd    nn
i'ii made out on iho forms supplied,
ill   the  n' Innl  iiii'iinture    ol
iii" tenderer, nnd inoloMd in the m
vi'lopi's f uniHlicd.
Iln* I'.wi-Ht or nny tender not necee
-nnly   adopted.
i   i' cm mil i.
public WorkK Engineer,
NOTICE.
CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENT.
Coronation Y.R.U. and North Star
Mineral Claims, situate iu tho Trout
Lake Mining Division of West Kootenay DiBtrict. Where located;—On
Rapid Creek.
Take notice that I, O. B. N. Wilkie
acting as agent for Cutler Thomas,
Porter ol Spokane, Wash., U. S. A.,
Free Miner's Certilicate No. B 94976,
intend, sixty days from date hereof,
io apply to the Mining Recorder for
a Certilicate of Improvements, for the
purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant
of the above claims.
And further take notice that action
under section 37, must be commenced
liefore tbe issuance of Buch Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this 27th day of April, 1911.
O. B. N.  WILKIE.
NOTICE
Revelstoke  Land District.
District of West Kootenuy.
Take notice that W. D. McArthur,
of Nelson, B. C, occupation timbei
cruiser, intends to upply fur permis-
siuu to purchase the lollowiug described lauds.
Commencing nt a post plunted at
N. E. Corner ol Lot 8148 pluuted ut
north 80 chuius, west 80 chains
south 80 chaiiiB, cast 80 chains to
point ol commencement, belug S. E.
Coiner ol W. D. McArtliur's locution
and containing 1,40 acres more or loss
Dated 13th April,  l'Jll.
DANIEL   WILLIAM   McARTHliR.
M.10 60 J. li. Fccuey, Agent
Victoria, B. C, let Mor, »»U.
NOTICE
in the matter of an Application for
the Issue of a Duplicate Certificate ol
Title to Lots 1 and 2, Block DO Tuwu
of RevelBtoke.
Notico is hereby given thut it is
my Intention to ibsiic at the expiru-
tlou of one niuiith alter the lirst publication hereof a duplicate uf the Certilicate of Title to the above mentioned laud in the name of       Jm i
Henry Armstrong, which Certlticato
ls  dated   12th   December,   1904,      and
numbered 4036A.
B. R,  ROE,
District  Registrar.
Land  RcglBtty Office NelSon, B. C,
May Btb,  l'Jll. lm
COMPANIES ACT.
Take notico that "Kincaid ft Aad-
•Moa, Limtod" alter the expiration
of one month from the lirst publication of this notico to apply to the
Registrar of Joint Stock Companies
to chuago the Company's name to
"Golden Gemral Agencies, Llmltod."
Hated at RevelBtoke, B. C, this
21st day of April, WU.
Harvey,  MeCarter ft Pinkham
Solicitors lor Kincaid     and
Anderson,   Limited,
LIIJUOR  ACT,   1910.
Notice  is  hereby given  thnt,      on
the 15th day  ol  June next,  applica -
tion will be  made  lo  thc Superintendent of     Provincial     Police for tbe
transfer of tho license for the sale of
liquor     by  retail  in aud  upon     the
premises known as the St. Leon Hold, situate at St. Leon,  British Columbia,     from    Michael    Grady,    to
Herbert  Cousins ol Hevelstoke,  British Columbia.
Dated tbis 12th day of May, 1911.
MICHAEL GRADY,
Holder of License.
Herbert Cousins,
Applicant ioi *
NOTIOE.
Revelstoke  Land  DiBtrict.
District of West Kootonay.
Take notico that Clarence H.
Schock, ol Mount Joy, Pa., occupation coal merchant, intends to apply
fur permiBBiun to purchase the following described lands:—
Commencing at a Post planted 20
■ liuin:* south ol the south cast corner of lot 7636; tbence north 80
chains, thence east 40 chains, moro
or less to the Hue of iho Arrow
Lakes Lumber Company's timber
limit 43232, thenco south 60 chains
thence west 20 ohains, tbence south
20 chains, thence west 20 chains,
more or less to place of commencement.
Dated  March 24th,  1911.
CLARENCE H.  SCHOCK.
BM.  McGaghran,  Agent.
Notice!
Any person wishing to do
burning for agricultural purposes
during the closed fire season,
may do so by complying with
Sections 6 and 6, Chapter 84 of
the Bush Fire Act, and have a
permit from the Fire Wardens
or Government Agent of the
district.
j. k. Mclean,
Div. Fire Warden.
RevelBtoke, May 6th, 1911.    2m SATURDAY, MAY 27,  1311.
THE MAIL-HERALB, HEVELSTOKE
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Children call at the store for
coupons entitling you to free
gift on Friday.
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. B- i*ume * Co- Aimiled
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.
New Waists and Blouses
A very representative display of
Spring Styles. Beautiful designs
that are novel in conception and execution. The daintiest and most
elaborate"of the season's fine waists.
They have been on show all the week
in the windows.   Prices from
$3 to $5
Sox for the Children
and how they love them. No child
wants the long uncomfortable stocking in hot weather. Just now you
can buy a host of styles and all
colors in children's sox at
15e. to 2bc. a pair
Wall Papers
A choice line of printed tapestry effects
and high grade silk finished papers for parlors
and dining rooms. A splendid range of wall
hangings throughout.
DIAPHRAM-stained adhesive window
decoration—ask to see it.
(iy Late Curtains
A complete range, particularly effective
and in patterns suitable for any room in the
house.
Dainty Scrims with Fillet Net edging.
Choice Battenberg.    Irish Point curtains.
Bimfalo Nets
White, Ivory, Ecru and Arab novelties,
specially choice goods.
Window Shades, EK.
Brass Extention Rods.
Curtain Poles and Fixtures.
Window Shades in Green, Cream and
combination colors, regular or made to order
any size.
Crockery, China
See our display of Fancy
China and Crockery just received from the east—Glass
Water Jugs, Table Sets, Berry
Sets, Lemonade Sets, Water
Glasses. Cups and Saucers,
Tea Seta, Dinner Sets, Toilet
Sets, Souvenirs, Cuspidor?,
and all the newest and latest
designs and patterns on the
market. Call and inspect our
stock.
Portiere Materia
Art Serge, 48x50 inches wide in green
and red.
Denems in Greens and Reds.
Brocatells in greens, reds, and old rose.
Tapestry 50 inches wide, and Tapestry
Portieres highly mercerized in greens, reds,
and browns; cord and tassel trimmings.
Finest French Velour in reds, greens and
old gold, reversible. The swel lest material to
be had, 50 inches wide.
Carpet Squares
A choice range in Tapes trys, Brussels,
Velvet and Wiltons, Wool Ingrains and unions,
in good colors for bed rooms arc! living rooms.
Floor Oilcloths, Linoleums
The finest range of these goods we have
yet attempted.
Scotch Floor Oilcloth, 6, 9 and 12 ft. wide
Hall and Passage Cloth, 18in., J, ;, and
full yard wide.
Nairn's Cork Carpet and Inlaid Linoleum,
known to be the best goods manufactured.
Here is good cheer for hotels, boarding houses, and the thrifty housekeeper. Fifty dozen 22-inch Table Napkins go on sale Monday. They
are pure linen and you have only to feel them to appreciate the bargain.   They are oddments.
$2,75 pep dozen, op half-dozen fop $1.38
Ladies Corset Covers
Forty odd styles, most
any size in this lot. Some
lace trimmed, some embroidery trimmed, go on
sale Monday at
35c. eaeh
Hair Goods
New Sanitary Hair Turbans   35c
New Hair Pads  35c
New Hair Nets with
elastic   10c
New large, all over hair
nets   10c
New 4 and 5 inch hair
pins, per package  5c
Wash Suits
for Small Boys
Swell little affairs, made
of good, strong, wash materials, Sailor or Buster
styles, nicely trimmed, fit
boys from 2 to 5 years,
fine and cool, at
$1.90 to 5.00
S
Why not buy one now
while there is a good lot
to choose from. Just now
we have over 50. They
range in price from
$1.50 lo 1210
Monday Spetia
Ribbon Sale
A clean-up of Ribbons.
A lot of good colors, from
3 to 5 inches wide, on sale
Monday at
15c. pep yard
Werdiiefs
fop Sehool Children
Good plain, or hemstitched Lawn Handkerchiefs, pure white, at
2"c. pep dozen
Toilet Soaps
If you want a good article
at a reasonable price, we have
it. Six cakes of Olive Oil,
Oatmeal, or Glycerine soap
for only 25c. White Rose
toilet soap in three different
colors for 60c. a dozen. Also
boxes of toilet soap, 3 cakes
to the box, at from 25c. to $1
per box. Williams' Shaving
Soap, Ox Gall Soap, and
Pears Soap at three for 50c.
Fruits, Vegetables
Leave your orders early for
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables.
Always a full etock on Saturdays for your Sunday dinner.
Green Onions, Rhubarb, Cauliflower, Cabbage, Ripe Tomatoes, Cucumbers; and Strawberries, Cherries, Oranges,
Bananas, Lemons and Grape
Fruit. Phone or send your
orders early to insure good
stock and prompt delivery.
Boys' Suit Sale Still On
A few of those nobby suits still on the bargain
table. Good serviceable Tweeds and Worsteds,
$4.50 to 98.60 suits, going tonight at $2.85 each
Coffee and Tea
Our tea and coffee department is now complete with
all the best quality of these
lines. We know from long
experience what the trade requires and we are prepared
as we never were before to
fully satisfy every customer.
We carry the best lines and
can quote prices to suit everyone. Try 31bs. of our Wood-
croft Tea, or 31bs. of fresh
ground Mocha and Java Coffee
for $1.00.
Shoe Bargains for Men
Genuine English K boots, blacks and tanB, light
and heavy weights, finest calf stock, Goodyear
welted, regular $6.50 and $7, tonight only $4.35
Grape Nuts
See our corner window for
Grape Nuts. This is a summer food and is now being
asked for in large quantities.
In the hot weather theie is
nothing so delicious as a nice
dish of Grape Nuts and Cream.
We can save you money if
you buy in quantities. Don't
forget us when you want
Grape Nuts.
Men's Summer Underwear
We have it in all the finest makes and qualities.
All weights in light wool and balbriggan. All
sizes, and at prices to suit any pocket book.
KXM SATURDAY,  MAY  27,  1911.
THE  MAIL-HERALD,   REVELSTOKE
REID & YOUNG
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Sale of Womens Suits
We have eight suits left from our
Spring Stock, every suit is right
to the minute in style; not a suit
in the lot that is not worth twice
the price we are offering them at
$20,   $22.50 and $28  Suits.—
Our Special Sale Price     $12.50
Lace Boots for Men
Who want a Boot that will wear
—try  our line of   never-wear-
outs.    You can't beat them
Sale Price. $5.00
's Dressy Suits
Special Price Sale on Men's Suits.
You may depend upon their value.
We cannot afford to deceive a
customer, Made from imported
Serges, in fashionable greenish
and olives, browns, navy blue
and popular colorings.
Our Special Sale   Price $15.00
Boys Suits, - Odd Pants
Mothers save money by bringing
their boys tons. We are showing
popular priced suits, sizes 22 to
;i-l. Plain Knickers or Bloomer
Pants.
Call in and See Them
REID & YOUNG
IHE CITY IN BRIEF
l«
Mr. O.B.N. Wilkie, of Trout Lake,
was in the city Thursday ou business.
"Lust in tlie Soudan" In moving
pictures at the Edison theatre tonight.
Mr. Bingham left on Wednesday
night for Ci'I den and Windermere ou
,i piano tuning trip.
The  sprinkling  curt  made  its  imt   |
ial  trip un Thursday and  was Sound
ti    ivorlt  very  satisfactorily.
Mrs. B. 11. Atkins will this afternoon entertain a number ol young
people -..in' will gather in ii kitchen
shower to Miss Daisy McLean,
Don't   fail   to  sec  and   hear  Albert
i hevalier  the  famous  Knglish char
acter actor at the opera house Mon
day night, June liih. I
Revelstoke  Cricket  club Ib  arranging with Armstrong for a match here'
either on Juno 8ril, the  King's hirth- \
day  or June 22nd,  Coronation Day,
w.  j. Curtis, piano turner, will he1
:n the city about May 30th,     Orders
left   with   K    Hows..u   &  Co.  or       11.
Mann,rn: will receive prompl     attention.
Mr. Vi. Horuell leaves today for a
boating cruise ot the Shuswap lakes
with Mr. Stewart, Dominion timber
agent. They will he away tine.' or
foiu  Jays.
Miss   Kathleen   Blbbald   was      th.
youthful hostes at a "Hot out"
dance "ii Saturdaj evening last,
when some twelve couples indulged ii
Iuu and  frolic till  midnight.
iiwiiiL* to the fact that there bav<
* ,*:   several minor changes made   it
the plane ol the new court nousi
.   .:  new aud  revised  cut of    tht
building     wUl     appear  in  our  next
.ss..e.
Regimi ntal *i lei .- ;**i R M R
The 102nd regiment will drill and lie
insi. • ■ ' ,; heady tarters tins
year instead ",' at camp .1 K.un
',-'. i i. R.M.R. will ill in at
.Mill on Sunday. June 4th.
at 10 SO ...in. f"i chinch para I *.—H.
Smith, t'apt.
J.   K.   McLean,   divisional  are
Easl   and  West  Kooti
.  *.  S. Blythe, officer "f the
,   -   [ol   '.,
i •      Mr, Mi i.* an wlU rei u
.,■:, ;..-  uitb Mr. Grainj
:  ■ try commission,  a!.*   , i
of the  province.
WHITE   CLOVER   HONEY
Wr have nisi rece'ved a shipment oi White Clover Honev put up in
live 11». cans, which we will £iiaraiitee t<> lie nhsuluteh Pure Honey,
and as t; is is the season ("r honey we would advise \ou to tr\ thia if
yoa wisli to get lhe genuine artic e.
WAGSTAFFE'S  JAMS
The name "WngstafTe speaks for itself in regard tn quality. We have
a full assortment <>; this Pure Jam including Strawberry, Raspberry,
Peach, Plum, Mlack. Currant and Apiicol.
A. HOBSON,        Bake- and G ocer.
STOP
Before investing in outside property don'l overlook the fact that you should first have sonic good
inside property at home.
Our-success means your success. Every day we
are pleasing somebody.   Your turn next.
Kjootenay Agencies, Ltd.
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Mrs. Moore, ■*.' t'nlg iry,
ler son  Han j   ol  the  Molsons  I  *
A     tnst class  program ol    mi   ing
itiirei  at  the  Bdison theatre      to-
i    Mill.
Mr. aud Mre    Sting i
eave foi  thi   * * last   * hei ■   :
■eside.
The  J liven ill   Bosl
in*  Bdison
ghts.
Ki *. V.   B.    Md I    "-    . •
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■lure  iii  Kaslo,
It yuii wan; In huy ur sail realty—
see Coursler.
The Union hank will open a branch
at  Bnderby.
The Corley House defeated the
Pirates Uut night in a game with a'
-cure uf 20 to I. The game wus one!
of the poorest ol tha preliminary |
schedule, safe hits being few and errors many.
The initial shipment of Victor
Talking Machines for the newly organized Nor Western Talking Machine
i'n., hus arrived in the city. This
shipment comprises a large numlier
ol different machines and nppurten -
unci's of the Victor make aud covers
an initial Investment ol fully ,$10,out).
The company has taken the store recently occupied by the Dominion Baw
nulls Co., on McKenzie nvcnlle, and
will soon l)e reaily for business. You
are invited to call In and visit the
stock,
year as 36,075,209 as compared with
32,527,843 in 1901. While most of
the cities uud counties show* increases, there nre many rases, particularly in Wales, where there hus heen
found an actual decrease. Greater
London's population has increased to
7,252,963 from 0,551,4011 in 1910. This
increase is entirely in what is knowii
as the outer ring, showing that the
people are moving awuy trom the
crowded centres. Thc county of London, including the city of London
und boroughs Immediately about it,
show a decrease from 4,580,207 in
1901 to 4,522,901 in 1910.
ELECTION THIS FALL.
Ottawa, May 25.-The Evening
Journal suys: "Leaders ol the Conservative party have received most
Positive assurance that there will be
a general parliamentary election in
August rn* September." This was
tho statement conveyed to the Journal thi- morning at the headquarters
ol the party.
The opinion was vouchsafed that
parliament will not meet on July is
as arranged but that Karl drey will
announce the prorogation ol the house
shortly after Sir Wilfrid Laurier returns  from  England,  early   in  July.
tt was stale,! that the t'iinserva -
tives have expected this for some
time and have hecn making their
plans accordingly with the result
that they are well organized tu face
the issue whenever a formal an
lHiiincemnt is made.
CARMEN GKT  INCREASE,
Winnipeg, May 20.—The Canadian
Northern Uailway announce an amicable settlement with their carmen between Port Arthur and Edmonton.
The company grant a new wage scale
of an increase of two cents an hour,
beginning on May 1st, and an additional cent per hour on a yenr from
now. The new wage ranges from
twenty-two and a half to lliirty-sev-
on rents an hour. Improved working
conditions were also grunted the fifteen hundred men who are alfected.
THRILLING  EXPERIENCE
Victoria, May 20.— Among the passengers who came south to Victoria
on the t'.l'.U. steamer Prince Unpen
Capt. Harney Johnson, whicli reached here from Prince Rupert yesterday
morning, were Joe Morrell, Bid Worn
bolt, Juck Stewart, Boh Stewart F
Smith mid Tom Lenton, members of
the crew of the local sealing schooner Pcscawha, Capt. Balcom, who were
lost in Hecate straits while cruising
about tor sea otter. The six hunters
left the vessel near Hunk's island in
two bouts an.l for live days they
did not taste ally food, with the exception of un occasional bird shot
or clums dug from the beach.
Flourishing Institution
The HOtb annual balance sheet und
statement of the Imperial Bank, an
advance copy of which hns been received at this ollice, shows a . very
gratifying advance in nil departments,
The net profits for the twelve months ending April 30th, 1911, irrespective of the premiums received on new
capital stock are $139,000 in excess of
the profits of the previous twelve
months. The dividends are .$75,000
greater than those ol the previous
year, whilst the bank premises account has been reduced .i;72,uuu ami
Hie balance carried forward is $137,-
oiio greater than in 1910. Notes of
the bank in circulation are $0511,UUU
more than in the previous year, deposits are more than $4,000,000 in execs- of the previous yeur, whilst the
total assets are $03,710,000 as against   $50,239,000 in  1910.
CANADIANS   AT  COURT.
London, May 20.—Never before have
so many Canadians desired access to
the sovereign as at the four brilliant
'■nils  at  Buckingham   Palace,      the
i.ist of which   was held  last   night.   It
is     officially     announced that     the
led royal engagements     of   tbe
coronation  period  will    preclude further  courts  in      London   this  season.
-  in    distinguished  Canadians    summoned  were unable  in obey      Their
ties' command, and these      in-
.  Ladj  and Miss Clouston,  Senator  anil   Mrs.   Kircholli'i.   Sir    Hugh
.nl  Lady Graham.
IN THE CHURCHES
R. C. CHURCH.
St.    Francis     of     Assist! Catholic
church, corner of   Fifth   street   and
McKenzie avenue.
Services—On nil Sundays, cxc. pt
the fourth of each month. Low Mass
with Communion of the Faithful    at
a.m. High Mass ut 10:30 a.m.
Christian Doctrine for children ut
2:30 p.m. Rosary with lleudiction of
The Blessed Sacrament 7:30 p.m.
(in week days—Holy Mass every
morningat 7:30. During the month
of May special devotions for Wednesdays and Fridays at 7:30 p. m.
Confessions arc beard any evening after 7:30 nnd in the mornings before
Mass.
J.  F.  McNKIL, P.P.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
Services in the Presbyterian church
will be held a- follows next Sun
flay:—Divine worship at ll a.m. and
7:30 p.m. Morning subject, "Thinking Aright"; evening subject, "Forgetting the Past"; Sunday school
nnd Young Men's Bible class at 2:30
n.m. Prayer meeting, Wednesday at
8  p.m.
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May  26.—Thi     Pope      has
■* nsatlon  for the Roman
Ue  British   Umpire      so
be compelled     to
n e.ii.i, - meal  on Friday,
June en   i. ng  George,      after
:. on tbe day before, will
. progress through Lon-
Moving Pictures Tonight.
Moving pictures tonight.
Moving   pictures   tonight.
NOTICE
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i  -     provisional
I*    the
**! Bn
Tenders will bo received up to June
3rd, rm fm the erecting ul a Boarding House at Rogers Pass, British
Columbia, tor the Canadian Paolflc
Railway.
Plans and  Specifications can  be had
at iii' Office "f iiie undersigned,
M.  K, McQUARRIE,
Resident   Engineer,
Revelstoke, May  28th, phi.
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■  grcme   tlirtn; I   *
 h hesvtei   losd Hun  the .,iJm.it*>
■  u*"H.
•*, (ll|| .,,,,.,:, ,,i * vest in.iliel  ,il*o gsrdi n  slid
! uiu nui lemeii      * '"'• thetn.
I..:.
S. McMAHON
■ rat Stroet, West, - Opposite Post Office
After Supper Sale, No. 60
Lm k at what ne un' ntTeiiiifj to night and nee if you
c |iial i he in i es in any othor store.   Almost everyone
knows thai I he prices we i ifer at these Saturday evening
Holes aio away In low the real value of the goods. We
expect to iiiuki-oiu* profii on the advertising they do for us
mul the crowds I hry bring to llie store. To-night we are,
as usual, putting mi sale some of the [newest and most,
st'HMiiiulili' goods ivr have In llie store, and you will lie wise
to get here early anil gel lil -it choice. Sale begins at 7
p. in. ami lass nil closing.
parasols
We have il splendid lol. of Parasols ill all the best
colorings, as well as in while and linen color. Some of tbe
kilter ure plain, some bave pri tty Insertions, and soiufi
nicely embroidered. The pi lees range fioni $1 tn $3 50,
Tonight you can have your choice at one-third oil' regular
price.
Silh ano Xislc Gloves
We Iiave a bargain for imi in fabric gloves I'or this
evening. We line I In in in i ilk mid lisle, in black, while,
taii, elm iiii'.'ii.; ne a ml wisteria, The n gulnr piices are from
Hie. to tiiic.   TO-NIGHT, ::5C. PER PAIR.
Iponocc Sill?
.\tii>ni 100 yards of imluuil Pnnppi* 811k. You know
He i|ii lit y Me e.uiy, oiu ofthe hest] pro1 innhlp. It is
nearly a yard whip, und retnlls aiij where al 7.V. 'l'o night!
we sell at 55C*  PER YARC.
Ibanfcfeercbicfs (Sivcn Bwa\>
What won ui n can bave li n many lm lull.ci chiefs ? We
have one of the prettiest In*, we have ever t-liuwn, in plain.
hein-siiirlu'il. embroidered audi lace edge. The prices
range fioni 10c. to $1 OH. To-nlgbl it' vou buv one yon can
lakeiinoiliii one ol the same price FREE. Hole is your
oppi.i'lunit y, I'm llie mora lun ilkenbiefs you buy tlie more
yi u will gel for nothing.
i
it
T7K&
ennaiL
r o r
a o o
GOO   P.JS.,
How About A New Suit
Made to Order
Our Spring Samples for Suits and
Spring Overcoats just arrived.
We guarantee a perfect lit, style
and well tailore! garments at
fair and honest prices.
MeKinnon & Sutherland
Fit-Retorm Clothing
Foot-Rite Shoe
%Style
"V.
That intangible thing which appeals to all men—particularly the
younger chap whose clothes must
be distinct! ve—haa been attained
in this new spring Campbell's
Clothing model with its long,
gracefully shaped lapels, its well
made, slightly dipped coat front
and the new features of cull's antl
pocket Maps shown in illustration.
It has smartness and individuality—while the wear is in it too.
It always is in clothing bearing the
Campbell's Clothing trade mark.
8.
McP,ae Mercantile Co.. £td.
Jhe Jlyla Jhop for Men and Boys ie)ho Know
a
roll BALE     i."Id i ..In Potatoes lor   FOR BALB- A  Delivery  wagon      ns
Ap|i|y     to A. Klttan,  Wig-      l-"""1 ■'« new, muilr hy  Snmuefl Mell. o, nt. Million.   I'riee (188,     Apply nt the
Hotel  Itevil* toke. It.
KOR  SAI.K   Cauliflower  und enlibape I
plants, pet hundred 78 cents,     per WANTHD—Apprentice boy. willing to
Sale,
nam.
thousand 18,00,
Lalormc.
I'hone 520,
M27 lm,
Geo.
woik uiul  learn  a  good  trade.  Apply Beaver Cigar Co.

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