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" Empire" Typewriter
For ease of operation and
perfection in results it is
unsurpassed.    Price $60^
Interior Publismng Co., Agts.i
The Mail-Herald
Interior Publishing Company
PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS
J
Vol. 18-No. 56
REVELSTOKE. B. C. .IUlY 27,1912
$2.£0 Per Year
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...THE HOME BEAUTIFUL...
AGATE WALL FINISH
In Beautiful Tims.
Mix witli ('uiil Water
Anyone can apply
35c. 5 Pound Package
ALABASTINE! ALABASTINE!
An om Favorite.
Artistic Similes
Fresco Colors for  Borders
For Permanent Work Use Hall's Washable Wall Paint
Why ? Because it is the most sanitary.
It sets hard. Does not crack or peel.
Does not fade. , Mixes with water. Is
germ proof	
$1.00  PER CAN
FLOOR   PAINT
We believe wc have the best paint
made. You take no cliance with our
paint.    Gets as liuril as iron.
75c. Per Quart
FOR THE BATHROOM
Do it in While.
Satlnette Buamel is the best that
money ran produce.
You'll Be Pleased
FOR THE DINING  ROOM
You want a change! Tired of tbe
varnish! Stain it over the Varnish with Baplac.   Kusj to apply
Good Effect
FOR THE BEDROOM
Brighten them upl
You will lie surprised how cheery
you cuu make a room look with a
can ol our paint.
Let Us Prescribe
GET THE  PAINTING  HABIT
cTVIakes the Home  Look  Clean   and Well  Kept
Artistic Stains. Beautiful Tinted Enamels.
Gold, Silver and Aluminum Paint. Crack
Fillers. Floor Wax. Waxing Brushes. Furniture Polish.
Try Our cJAIagic Polish at 50c.
LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO.
CITY COUNCIL AT WORK
ON IMPORTANT BUSINESS
BURTON CITY NOTES
Plumbing
LIMITED
Steam Heating
Tinsmithing
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Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Ottio*   Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Subscribed            - 6,000,000.00
Capital Paid Up              -      - 6,000,00o.00
Reserve        .... 6,000,000.00
Total Assets,       -      - $72,000,000.00
Branches or Agents at all principul points in.Cumuli.
Agents in Orent Britain and United States—London, England,
Lloydn Bank, Limited. Chicago—First National Bank, Corn Exchange National Bank. Seattle—Beattie National Bank, San Francisco—Weils Fargo Nerada National H m« Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposit* of $1 and upward, received, and interest allowed at
current rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited. *y
Reveletoke Branoh—A. B. MoCleneghan, Mgr.    x
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Central Fire Hall Thoroughly Discussed—Tenders for Cement Walks Accepted -A
Meeting Next Tuesday to Consider Fire
Hall Bye-law.
The city council met in regular
meeting on Friday, July 26th. Mayor Sutherland occupied ihe chair.
Present, aldermen Howson, Abraham
son, Bourne, MeKinnon and McSorley,
Mr. Tapping waited upon the council regarding tlie appointment ol an
ollicial  bill poster.
Muyor Sutherland—We will discuss
this maiter aud appoint a committee
who will report at the next meeting.
Mr. Tapping thuuked the Mayor
and withdrew.,
HIGH  SCHOOL.
there, and then I would lute to see
the steam roller turned out ol its
happy home.
AM. MeKinnon—Is it necessary to
have our lire hull absolutely on a
business  street.
Aid. Howson— Can we get men to
room out from the centre we uro dependent  upon  volunteers.
Aid. Bourne—1 would like to see a
eity bull and lire hall erected together.   1 believe in concentration.
Aid. MeKinnon—Are you in favor of
building   all in   un,      	
Aid. MeKinnon—the oentre of population is better reached from the city
property.
Mayor    Sutherland—The  committee
The Uev. I.nslilcy Hall, preached uu
instructive sermon here on Sunday
night to a good congregation on the
iiiiifities destructive and constructive
of St. Paul.
Mr. Ham Heed spent the week end
visiting friends around Carroll's Laud
ing.
A good many llurtouites Journeyed
to Mineral Oity to pick huckleberries
and   report   the  crop   to   be  as  usual
Steps are  being taken  by the    Dis'
trict Improvement  Society  to     pro
cure a   resident doctor, and also     a
cemetery.   Two long felt wants ol the
neighborhood.
The new leirk is undergoing a trans
formation under the skilful brushes
>f Mr. Herridge and his men.
Mrs. B. M. Sloan is spending a
short vacation in Nelson.
Hay-makers are kicking on thc
weather,  we suppose  'tis  but natural
Mayor  Sutherland—The  school  trus' recommend  that  property
toes  huve  obtained    prices  on certain |    Aid.  Howson—As  one of  that com-
lots,  eight in  all,  and  they  ask    us
high   school   pur -
we      should cinch
I mii tec  I don't  recommend  the     city
property.
I   Mayor Sutherland—Twofor and one
against.
llourne—I   think this matter
to   buy   these for
poses.   I consider
these  lots and if we do not get    thei    ^^
by-law passed,  we can re-sell the pro  should be considered.
perty for nt least  us much as wo are |    Aid. MeKinnon—If we don't get this
paying for same.   These lots are very   by-law   published   we can't  get    both
low   priced     and  the  school  trustees ' hy-laws passed at once.
are unanimous in  recommending this |    Ald;     Howson-Are  we called upon
now to decide upon such a vital matter.
Children's Sandals
Children's Romeo Sandals
SIZES. 4 to 10!
Three and Four Straps
Mrs. A, G, Crick, • First Street
BRED?
.THEN A CUP OF
"BELL BLEND TEA"
will refresh vou with its bright, spicy
flavor snd fmgrBiic)'. Sold in 1 Ib,
lead packages.
Price, 35c, 40c. and 50c. per Ib.
G. W. BELL
P40. Box 20S GROCER & BAKER Phone No. 23
purchase.   The total for -ix lots     is
i'2,'Mf) and thc entire suggested    pur-,    ,, ,     , .,
I    Mayor Sutherland—Can wc give the
chase would take in the old l'rcsby-  matter a month hoist,
terian  church  block,  close  to  lhe pre j    Ald. Abi-ahamson-I almost suggest
sent  school,  fronting  on  Third street   we fix up our present hall,  throw    a
and abutting on Government road,    j team into them and wait until next
The     purchase   of      the eight  lots  8BrmB-
would cost approximately *3,800. |    AW'  McKinnon-Had  we not  better
put the by-law and secure a site.
Aid.   Abrahamson—That  property is       ...    ,, .,    .       ...        .,
r    r ,    Aid.  McSorley—I have nothing     to
very cheap indeed. Bay beyond     what 1 have said.     My
Aid.    McKinnan— I  move that tbc   ideas as expressed  belore are,  to  hi
eity buy this property. I UP °ur  PiPe  line,   fix  up  the  hall  we
Aid.  Howion-I second. , have' und 8et ttlonB tor three or four
.   vears.   Thc money   murket   is    tight.
Aid.   Bourne—Before  this  is done    I  ,_.      .  ., .   ,
fhc  jail  site  is sufiicicnt   for  a    lire
would like to ask if it is legal for us  hall; if wc ,mt a by.law to nx up thc
to buy property indiscriminately with   pipe iine and put . iu a team    in the
out any  other authority  than a mere   present   hull,   explaining   the   by-law
vote of this council. We hear a good   to tbe »,eo'"e t0 ttS8Ure Bttm0 Puasin8
und go  quietly  along  for  a while.
PIANOS PLAYER FUNDS
Sheet Music and all kinds of
Small (^Musical Goods
Call and Inspect
Music Store, McKenzie Ave.
deal from  time  to time as to    what
we can or cannot do.
Oity Clerk Lawson—That is so, wc
cannot  buy this property  Without   a
by-law.
Aid. MeKinnon—What do we suggest.
Aid. Abrahamson—We might take
an option on this property.
City Clerk Lawson—It eould be
bought on a joint note and held until tiie by-law is passed to buy t:.e
laud.
am. MeKinnon withdrew his Motion. I	
Aid. MeKinnon—1 move the city
secure an option on li.is property t.'i
school  purposes.
Aid.  Howson ii icon, ied motion.
Motion carried unanimouity.
At this stage of the proceedings an
invitation to the mayor und council
to uttend the "Wolgust-ltivcis" light
pictures was tendered by messenger
fiom thc Kmpress theatre, und declined owing to the pressure of business.
TENDERS.
VariOUJ tender* for cement side -
walks  were considered.
Aid. Howson—These lidewulkl mu> t
be done in good weather or nm dona
at all.
Aid. Bourne—Could we get two
lirms ut the work at one time, there
is a lot 41! work to be done,tbere is a
very small dillerence in the price only ubout sl.'. ill the whole thing both
pries aie   very   reasonable.
Aid. MeKinnon—W« have followed
the rule 111 the past of giving the
tenders to the lowest tenderer other
things being equal.
Aid. Bourne moves, Aid. .McSoiley
seconds, that the tender be given to
tbe lowest tenderer, Kooleft 1'radu -
lim.   Motion earned.
Aid. Abraham-mi — An inspector
should be appointed to sec thc cement, etc., ia according to specillca -
tions
Aid. Bourne—We must rush thc
grading to give thn contractor a
chance to get on rapidly.
Mayor Sutherland—We should have
uu inspector.
Aid. McSi.il.y The wi.rks deportment should Hnd a suitable man.
j   Au account of contractor    Promej
was  ordered   puid.
KIIIK     II \ I.l.
\ lurgHy signed petition raque t ni'
tbe putting oi an |M,000 by-lae (01
the purpoM oi  hu,iding ■ central  (ire
hall. ttt   preev nted.
Mayor Butherlenif ffi h»ee vm
ioui .iftVi-. ,.f property al rarloui
prices We ai,... ii;l\, the option of
1.uiidmg on our own property, and
We can include in our by law lufflcl -
nu fund* to en,,], tbe (treat
am. Bourne We Died ti»' property
Muyor Sutherland—Wc shall have
to puss a small  by-law
Aid. MeKinnon—1 would like to see
something arrived at aud wc will uev
er  huve u better chance
Aid. Howson—The city should get
a cheap piece of ground now, with a
view 10 selling here and building on
the new property.
Aid. McKinnou—I would like to see
a by-law passed for the city to buy
a piece of property. We have noth -
ing at present, lhe city should huve
u block somewhere close to the centre of the city, we even bave not a
place to put a band  stand on.
Aid. Howson—Let ub all be suited;
put horses in the old mv hall, buy a
hundred feet for future city use; put
a small  by-law.
Aid. MeKinnon—We cun put the by
law .md paae Bame. using the money
us we need it for the purpose, buy
horses and equipment and a site if
we so decide. The by law is drawn
for tifty years.
Aid. Howsou—1 think this by-law
should Iw read and passed tonighi for
acquiring a site, erecting a building
and  purchasing equipment.
am. Abrahamson—We should have
a  Dumber of details specific sites, etc
before we put this bj law umi the
Muyor's suggestion is perhaps a good
one to put thiH by-law and the
school by-law together iu six week,
time.
Mayor      Sutherland — We    will   meet
Tuesday to decide deiiinteiy whether
this by-law is In be put ut the same
tune as llic Sewer bylaw or lay
same over until the school by-law is
submitted.
Council adjourned to examine the
city  bull  lire stutiou at  11 p.m.
New Time Table
Un June and, a new C.I'.K. time
table came into effect for tbe sum -
mer, changing the hours of arrival
and departure of lhu trains, which
are as follows;
No.
3 ,
1  .
13  .
WEBT BOUND.
Arri»e Leave
  8:64    6.16
 16:36   ..16:66
 lli:«U  17o.k
EAST BOUND
No.
4  ..
14  „
2   „
Arrive  Leave
....24:46   24:6!
.... 7:21)    7:40
-II 55   12:16
SOUTH THA1N
Arrives 15:30, leaves 7:40 0.111.
High School Exams
Results of departmental examine -
tions, advunced junior grade, maxim
urn marks 1000; number of candidates
passed C:
Kate Simmonds, 761;
Edna  Corson,  637.
Lily  Moran,  614.
I.aura   Johnson,   598.
Sheila Dickey, 577.
Kathleen  Sibbald,  571.
Preliminary junior grade; maximum
murks 1000; number of candidates 13;
passed 8.
Lucy Drock,  660.
Henry  Johnson,  G23.
Charles Field,  597.
Bertha Daniels, 584.
Janet Mclntyre, 5€5.
Grace McPherson, 549.
Arnold  MeCarter,  547.
Florence Lawrence, 546.
This is  a very   creditable   showing.
MIDSUMMER DISPLAY OF
^1
Blue De Roi Dinner Service
Our window will show you the exquisite appearance and quality of this handsome ware.
Can be bought in sets or broken lots.
Superior quality.    Moderate price.
Call and see them.
HARDWARE-Our stock includes all the
necessities. Oil Stoves, Carpet Sweepers, Motor
Washing Machines, hand power Washing Machines, Garden and Farming Tools, McClary's
Famous Steel Ranges, Kitchen 1'tensils of all
descriptions, Shelf and Heavy Hardware.
PLUMBING—Vou can be supplied with all
requirements in this department.
Steam Fitting, Tinning and Sheet Metal Work.
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BOURNE BROS,
Corner First Street and Campbell Avenue.
Grocers      Hardware      Plumbing       Tinsmithing
GREEN   VEGETABLES
Green Peas, per lb   10c
Green Golden Wax Beans, per lb.   10c
New Celery, 2 lb. for  25c
Cherries, per basket  60c
Raspberries, 2 boxes for  25c
John McIntyre & Son
First Street. Telephone No. 93
Another Double Wedding
LaBt Wednesday the Rev. CA. Procunier, in the presence of only the im
mediate friends of the contracting
parties united in the holy bond • of
matrimony, Mr. H. Braham, of Revelstoke and Miss M. Carteright, of
Manchester, England; also Mr. H.
Dabell, of Revelstoke, and Miss M.
Thompson,   of  Nottingham,   England.
Among the many presents received
by the happy couples was a bund -
some dinner set the gift of thc stuff
irf Bourne Bros, lo Mr. Dabell and
bride, while tbe stall of P. Burns it
Co. presented H. Braham and bride
with a handsome clock.
The happy couples will reside in
Revelstoke. The Mail-Herald joins
with their mnny Revelstoke friends
in wishing them the greatest menu -
ure of success and happiness.
An Early Harvest
Regina, July 24—The governmenl .'a
crop report for Saskatchewan just
ItlUtd Indicates that little damage
has been done to standing grain, and
lli.tt the yield should be a heavy one
Kully seventy-live per cent, of tbe
wheat is now headed out, and the
farmer!  expect  an   unusually      curly
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
SWIFTS
PREMIUM HAMS
AND BACON
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
Two Kplrndld  lul* nu north aide of
. Biltb Htrcet, \VM cash for both.-H.
iti tbe ja.l   wt b»vt m tuui bUUM1 OB  s.  Counuor.
Live Stock Industry
Ottawa, July IB—A cofereno ol
exceptional   importance to    Western
Canada has been called, to Ihi beld hi
Winnipeg .Inly J.i. The loiilcieucc
lias liven siliiiiiiuiic-d to di-cuss the
problem oi the waning live stock industry of Western i anada aud to dis
cuss ways and mean;, ol en, oiiragiug
it. Inn.ng lucent years tbc iiuautity
of live stock raised in the West has
been steadily declining. Nut many
years ago all Canada was an tiitctia
ive shipper of cuttle to England. Tbc
cutting up of the rauges into home
steuds bus had some etlcct, but is not
entirely tho cause. Western Canada
actually is not raising siilbcieiit cuttle for its own needs. Ilunug the pust
couple of years large iiuuiitiileB ol
heel, pork and mutton have liven imported into tbe West, ami mutton
lias even Ini'ii In ought from us far us
New Zealand.
lion. Manin Ilimvll, minister ol
■grlCUltUre, is taking an active part
iu the mHulls to revive the industry,
and  Mr.   II.   It.   Arkell,      acting  live
stock ooDinrieeiooer, win leave today
liu Winnipeg to take part m the con
[enmoe and lend any asHisiance hr
can and olFur the services of the Do
mlnnm i'ovci nmenl in any plans
which may Ik" dcviiaed. The milr'nids
and packing houses us well us West
ilu   live   stuck   assiiCiiit.iuUH     will     bc
iiprcbcuU'd ul the coufuenco.
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MIDSUMMER CLEARANCE SALE   S
Of MEN'S AND BOYS' SUITS
NOW IN FULL SWING
These priees should persuade you to have a
look at the Clothing, and the (|tialities will
convince you that you are saving money.
$30 00 Suits Now $25 00
$27 00 Suits Now $22 00
$25 00 Suits Now $20 00
$12 00 Suits Now $ 9 00
$ 7 50 Suits Now $ 5 00
$5 00 Suits Now $ 3 75
$22 Suits Now $17 50
$20 Suits Now $15 50
$15 Suits Now $11 00
$10 Suits Now $ 7 50
$ 6 Suits Now $ 4 25
$ 4 Suits Now $ 2 95
McRae Mercantile Co.
THE HOME OE GOOD CLOTHING
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WATCHES    i
BEST ON  EARTH J
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i C. P. R. WATCH INSPECTOR      '"■ j j
11% eA<A»»»^»^»^»>»»«V»eA%»V»»A»»»j SATfRDAY.  Jn.T 27th,  1912
THE  nyHJk.IlL-IIElItJ^ILID^I^EVEILSTOKlEI
SATURIUY,   JULY  27th,   1912,
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A SNAP!
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House on Second Street
S850.00 CASH
Modern Plumbing, Bath,  Etc.
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The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
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Zbc flDatMbevalb
PCBLISUEl    WEDNESDAY  AND
,-\Tt Kl'U    IT
REVELS PIKE.  B.   C.
jntertor pubUsbinfl Gompnns,
Limited
J. K. JOHNSON,  Manager.
RALPH G.  BCRUTON,   Editor
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
Including   postage  to  England,   United States and Canada.
By the year Uurough postotllce)  (2.50
aia ERTI8ING RATES.
Third Innings Kamloops scored I
i im.
It. velstoke   Wright       k    the  hat
hi ■ tc i    rn.-ii.'i   rumbled   ball, Wrighl
reached      1st.   Wright   tried  to  steal
md   wa    pul   out,   B.   Wrighl
(olloweil  at   the  hal    :  tanned, w 11
boh stl in k mil. Score end ol third,
Kamloops 3,  Rovolstoke 0.
Kamloops,   Itli  iiiiiiiii;     0,
Kevelstoke, Ith Heck mude n bit
and got to lat; Rice bnts, Btruck oul
Mclni my   follows at   the   liat,  Btruck
' Ollt.     Ill Hit'   hats,   slide    1st    OU   CUl till
,i .- crroi. Reck Btole 2nd, 1 Intel., on
bats.   Btruck   OUl.    Seine   lasl   of   lib,
there are more Chinamen than Mai
ays, That is .uie indication nt the
waj i liey emigi ate There are sever
al million Chinamen outside of ' lhl
uu icwlnj. w hul «ill it mean when
riiiua establishes a liisi class government backed by a Btrong military nud
naval UQWer'.' Vnu know tiie trouble
yuu had with the Japanese when
they becamo a lirst class power, Are
you golug to have loss trouble with
China ' Dm Ing tho recent trouble it.
was said that the large amount ol
inone.i mum which the revolutionaries Qnanced nnd armed themselvos
was contributed by Chlnamon over
Beu , and Dr. Sun Vat Sen, when 1
last saw lum in Pekln was endeavor
[ng to seo how tar Chlnamon ovor
seas could Iw much a voice In the
control nl altnirs in China That is
a suggestive indication ot what is
likely i.i happen In China, if China
establishes n lirsl class  government.
"Well, gcntl 'men, I see ray time
has come to nn end. hut there ure
two  morula  I would like eo draw.    I
do nol live t fer advice to gentle
men   who  live  iu  ti i ountry   not    my
own,     Imi   I sl Id     like  to suggoat
iIml Can idn -ii.'iii.l make up its
inin,I whal it policy i • going to be
in regal' I to   \siatlc Immlgrut Ion and
I.l Ing I Into fffi .it mice. (Applause. I I urn ""I very clear alma!
your existiuu- arrangements, hut I
hi llevc .1 «ill In' rounder it you ad
opt a policy of exclusian to do it now
thnn to wait t ill ail is i ompllcated
by Him tact that China is able to
bring a strong army and navy t
hear on It."     i Vpplause. i
Legal    notices 10  renin per line first | Kamloops  3,   Revelstoki
insertion, 5 cents per line each
subsequent insertion. Measurements Nonuarlel (12 lines umku
one inch.) Store anJ general
business announcements i'2.~.il) per
inch per mouth. Preferred positions, 2i per ceut. additional.
D.rths, Marriages und Deuths. 50c
each insertion.
Land notices (7.50. All advertisements subject to the approval of
the management. Wanted and
Con tensed Advertisements : --
A,.->'nta Wanted. Help Wanted, Bit
uations wanted, Situations Vacant, Teachers Wanted, .Mechanics
Wanted. 2i> words or less, '2i,e..,
each additional line 10 cents.
Changes iL stand.ng advertise
ments must be in by •) a. ui.
Tuesday and Friday ol each week
(" secure good display.
CORRESPONDENCE invited on matters of public interest. Com-
municat.ons to Kditor must he
accompanied by name of writer
not necofsarily for publication.
but as evidence ol food faith,
norrespoudeor*.  should   he   brief.
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... vi ; KDAY    JULY  27tl
BASEBALL MATCH
Kamloops M witn a Score ol
ID to 5
pa vci
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j        tl '      VS.11
thru'
out,       .  .    i.   .
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Kamloop i,  ."illi    Failed  to BOON
ltevelstuke,    litll     BstrldgO    luits.   Ollt
at lirst, II. Wright bats, lakes four
balls and walks. Wright bats, oul on
a struck hnll;Wilson bats, Wright out
,,ii  lirst.   End  of fifth,   Kamloops    3,
Uevelstoke   11.
Kamloops,   fith—One   run.
Revel toke, llth Heck bats, uut,
Rice liats, steals 1st; .Mclnerny bals.
It.ee steals 2nd; Rice Btole bome on
catchers injury ami consequent error
Mclnerny but-, no one on bases,
struck out; lime bats, caught on
strike by s.s. Seme end ol Bth, Kam
loops  I.  Revelstoke  I.
KamloopB,  7th   Seme  ibree.
ltevelstuke,     Tib     -Hutchison      bats.
caught   by    pitcher;     Estridge struck
mn;   II.   Wright   bits  and   makes   lirst,
Wright   bals   lllaki s  a   hue   strike     and
gets a lioine run,driving ll. Wright
bome ahead. Wilson bats, out at 1st.
Score end "I  Tth.  Kamloopa 7;  Revel
St.ike   .1.
Kamloops.   Sth—One   mn.
Revelsti,ke 8th- Beck bats, Btrikes,
caught; Rloe huts, mit at Ibi; M In
iiny. struck out. Score, end ol Sth,
Kamloopa  i,   Revelstoke
Kamloops,  llth—Two  runs.
RevelBtoke,   Uth- Bruce   hal      made
1st;   Hutchison  lints,  struck  out;   Ei
tridge bats, Btruck out; Wright bats.
Hruce si.-als 2ml;  u right   h I
1st.  steals .'nd.   Bruce  steal.-  3rd;   13.
Wright   bats.   Iiits:   Bruce  and   tt
get home,  Wright  reaches 3rd   tt
! bats,   struck  out.      Final  .-em-    Kam
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: The End in Sight $
Wo nre now in sight of the eml. Just one week
more of Bargains and your opportunity will he
over. NonI Saturday night we close our doors
for the last time, antl your chance to make
money hy buying here will be gone.
During lhe coming week we will have a
GRAND CLEAN-UP of odds and ends,
and you will find some great snaps in many
lines .
HERE ARE A FEW OF THEM
METHODIST CHURCH.
lie.. li. d. Mclntyre, pastor. Bervlces mi Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7:30
p.ni.; Sunday school and Young People's Bible classes at '2:30 p.m.; Wednesday at s p.m., ISpworth League
meeting; Friday evening, Junior aud
Senior choir practice. A cordial wel-
11line awaits the public at nil theso
services.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Rev. J. Vv. Stevenson, minister
Regular services on Sunday at 11
a.m. and 7:30 p.m.; Sunday Bchool
and adult Uible classes at 2:30 p.m.
Mnl week prayer meeting mi Wednesday at. * p.m, Hearty congregational singing and Bpecial milSic by the
choir. Strangers aiid visitors are iu-
vite.i  1,, the services.
Children's Straw Hats-Reg. 25c. and 35c.
values.   Now   10c.
Children's Wash Tams. in white, blue, grey,
etc., only 10c.
Souvenir Cushion Tops, nicely tinted, only 10c
Wash Goods, a lot of odd pieces, at 10c per
yard.
Hair Kibbons, all colors, 5 inches wide, only
20c per yard,
Children's Black Ribbed Cotton Hose, 10c
per pair.
Wash Blouses, all this season's styles regular up to
$1.25, now 75c.
Shoe Dressing black, white or tan. Regular 25c.
Now 15c.
Collars and Jabots, cheap at 25c.    Now only 15c.
Elastic Belts, all colors, at T 2 Ac. per yard.
Cretonnes, all colors, at 12 l-2c. per yard.
Turkish Towels, good size, unbleached, 10c. Kach.
J McLennan SrCo. I
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WOOD for SALE
400 Cords of First-Class Hemlock and Cedar for
summer or winter delivery, 16 or 18-inch and 4-ft.
Order by Telephone No. b2.
Tonka Farm    -    W. C. CALDER
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., I.I..D., D.C.L., President
ALEXANDER LAIRD JOHN AIRD
General Manager Assistant General Mnnsaer
CAPITAL, $15,000,000
REST, $12,500,000
TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES
Issued by Tlm Canadian Hunk of Commerce enable the traveller to
provide himself with funds without delay nt each point of his journey iii
ii convenient yet inexpensive manner. They are issued payable iii every
country in ihe world in denominations of
$10,   $20,   $50.   $100,   $200
with the exact equivalent in the moneys of the principul countries stated
on the face of each cheque. They are economical, absolutely sale self*
identifying and easily negotiated, ts.a
REVELSTOKE.    BRANCH—F. Nl. GIBSON. NIGR
Our Doctors Anti-Septic Shoe is Proving a Winner
This last is filling a long felt want and its waterproof qualities are standing the test.
We carry a full line of the famous Pene-
tang Shoe pack and all kinds of rubber footwear.
Once a customer always a customer. Satisfaction guaranteed.
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
Boot and Shoo Repairers,
Soildlors
Harness Makers
extended    to   all   services.    StrangcrB
made  welcome.
ST.  PETER'S  CHURCH.
Holy     Communion     every  Sunday
mul mill,' at s a.m., and ufter niorn-
Ing prayer on the lirst Sunday in
each Month.
Rev, C, A. Procunier, rector. Mat
ins .it li a.m. and Evensong at 7:30
p.m., every Sun.lay. Litany on the
Second Sunday, ami the Ante-Corn -
munion on the Third Sunday after
Mii Ins. Sum ! v acl I every Sunday at -' 30 p.m, Clnmi iiraCiiCi' ou
Fridays at » p.m.
Ilie New China
. velstoke
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II.   Kerr, n British i
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CATHOLIC  CHURCH.
St.   Francis     Ol     AaSiall       I'atbultc
ch rrcb, corner of    K.ftti   street   and
tie avenue.
Sen Ices-H ui : iys,   except
'. montb,    i.   .v masa
■.vith Communion  "( il    at
,s a.m.     H .-h  M i u  at 10  a   m.,
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Fire Alarm Boxes
Signals are given thus: 2 atr .Ae*,
nterval 5 seconds—4 strokes, Hox
4. No. of box wili also be shown
n  indicator at Fire Hall.
biirnal for practice—not leas than
lx  tGj  slow  stroses.
Cne (1) indicates line lir.unn ot
re out.
FIRE BRIGADE NO.  TWO.
Box No. 14—Corner Kirst street
.nd McKenzie avenue, C. B. Hume
& Co.
Box No. 15—Corner First street
nd   Rokeby  avenue,  post  office.
Box No. 16—Corner 8econd street
and Government Hoad and Opera
Ii.use.
Box  No.   17—Corner Third
n I   Campbell  avenue,   Ulofie
rr company.
Box  No.  18-C.P.R.   station.
Box No. 24—Corner Fifth street
nd McKenzie avenue, Catholic
burch.
Box No. 23—Corner Sixth street
n.l  urton avenue,   W.   A.  Foote.
Box No. 26—Corner Fourth Btreet
nd Towniey street, corner south
rack.
Box No. 28—Corner Second strejt
nd Robson avenue, Mrs. Baker.
Box No.  34— Fire Hall  No.  3.
.   No.   35—Hospital.
Boi No.  36—School.
FIRE   BRIGADE  NO.   ONE.
Boi  No. tl—Fire Hall No.  I.
Boi      No.   45—Front street      weat.
far  C.   !'.
Box    Ni      46—Corner    King     and
i.a. Btr«"»u,  Pa!ac« Meat Market
it   i   No.   47—r,,rner   Second       and
-   streets,   back    ,(  court  bouse.
Box   '■        II   Cornet    Third      and
itiat   -•    •
TAX SALE NOTICE, CITY OF REVELSTOKE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I shall sell at Public Auction on Saturday, the
31st day of August, 1912, at the City Hall, Revelstoke, B. C, at One o'clock in the afternoon,
the lands or improvements, or Real Property as described for unpaid, delinquent municipal
taxes, special rates, interest costs and exprnses due thereon, unless, in the meantime, the arrears
of Municipal taxes, special rates, interest, costs and expenses as set forth in the schedule hereunder be sooner patd.
Dated at Revelstoke, B. C, this 25th dav of |ulv, 1912.
BRUCE A. LAWSON,
Collector for the Corporation of the City of Revelstoke,
SCHEDULE
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Hundred i of women tell us that, aft^r one
trial. It is good—uniformly io, selected
and pa I      ealed
which retain
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I SATURDAY,  JULY  27th,  1912.
THE !&J±.TTi-ttJ3}TlJL.T^T),   EEYl]LSTOK"S
tSATt'RlJAY    JULY  27th, 191::.
I
SYNOPSIS .OF COAL MINING
REGULATIONS.
Coal mining rights of the Dominion
in Manitoba, SuBkutcliewuu and Alberta, the Yukou Territory, lbe
Worth-went Territories und iu a portion of the l'roviuce ot Dritish Columbia, may be leusod lor a term ot
twenty-one yeurs at an annual rental of fl an acre. Not niore thuu
2.5G0 acres will be leased to ono up-
iplicuut.
Application for lease must bo mude
by the applicant iu person to the
Agent or Sub-Agent of the district
iu which the rights upplied for ure
■ltuated,
iu surveyed territory the land must
be 'described by sections, or legal
Hub-diviBione of Bections, and iu un-
eurveyed territory the tract applied
ior shall be staked out by the ap -
plicant  himself.
Kuril appllcunt must bo ncconipuu-
lod by a fee of (6 which will he refunded If the rights applied for are
not available, but not otherwise. A
royalty shall be paid on tbe merchantable output of the mine at tbo
rnte of live cents por ton.
The person operating tbe miuo shull
furnish the Ageut with sworn returns
accounting for tho full quantity ol
morchuutuble coal mined and pay tbe
royalty thereon. If the coal mining
rights are not beiug operated, sucb
returns should be furnished at least
ouce a year.
The lease will include the coal mia-
ing rights only, but the lessee may
be permitted to purchase whatever
available surface rights muy be considered necessary lor the working of
the mine at tho rate of (10.00 an
acre.
For full information application
should be made to the Secretury ot
the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to tbe Agent or Sub-Ageut
of Dominion  Lands.
W. W.  CORY,
Deputy Minister of the Interior.
N.B.—Unauthorized publication ol
this advertisement will not be paid
lor.
WATER  NOTIOB,
Notice is hereby given that William
liluir Robertson, of Revelstoke, B.C.
will apply for a liceuse to tas« ..nd
use (Ij) ufteeu Miners iuches of water
out of Cariboo Creak, which Hows iu
a southerly direction through T. B.
8M78 aud T. B. W026, aud empties
into Dowuie Creek, about two miles
from its mouth, Columbia River. 'Ike
water will be diverted at a poiut t|
miles north of Downie Creek, und
will be used for doaiestic purposes
•n the land descrilieu us Lot 10499
Jtevelstoke  Lund  District.
This  uotice     was    posted  ou     the
ground ou the 4th duy ol Juue, 191
The application will be tne.!    m    tue
ottice ol  the Water  Recorder at  Revelatoke, B.  C.
Objections may be tiled with tbi
said Water Recorder or with the
Comptroller of Water Rights, 1'sr
liament Bu.ldings,   Victoria,  B.C.
WILLIAM   B.   ROBKRTSON.
Per Andrew Kitson, Agent
WATKR   NOTICE.
Kor a License to take uud use Viator
Notiee is hereby given thut Jumes
A. Shields, ot Hevelstoke, B.C., will
apply for a license to take una uso
Fifteen (lit) Miner's inches of water
out of Caribou Creek, which dows in
a southerly direction through Tim
ber Limits 39373 and 4302b, and empties iuto Downie Creek about two
in.Ies from the Columbiu river. Tbo
water will be diverted ut u point
about one aud a hull' miles uortb of
Dowuie Creek truil und will be used
for domestic purposes on the lund
described as Certilicate ol purchuse
413 RevelBtoke Laud District.
Thia notice was posted on the
grouad on tbe 4th day of June, 1912
The applicatiou will be died in the
otlice of the Water Recorder, Revel
stoke, B.C. Objections may be died
with tbe said Water Recorder or with
the Comptroller of Water Rights,
Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
JAMES A. SHIELDS, Applicaut
By Andrew  Kilsou, Ageut
Sewing Machines
A nice new stock of Singer and Wheeler Wilson Sewing Machines
For Sale or Hire
by the month at Manning's.
All kinds of machine needles
stocked.
H. MANNING,   Agent
H. W. El
TAXIDERMIST
Animal    Rugs,   Game
Heads and Birds
Mounted
P.O.Box 31, Revelstoke
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REVELSTOKE, B. C.
J
Dates for B. C. Fall Fairs
British Columbia's tall fair dates,
uow compiled, biiuw dutes lunging
lroui   August   It) 11,   tuu   weok   ul   Uiu
Vancouver exhibition, to October .jo-
ji, wbou tlie Smntnerland exhibition
will im lii'iu. following Le the Uut;
Arrow   l.ulies   October i-5.
Alberni—September lii.
Armstrong—October iu-17,
Burqultiam—September 2s.
liella Coolu—October it).
Uowichan—September 20-21.
L'oiuox—October 2
Coquitiam—September 20,
Chilli wack—tieiileiu ber   19-21,
Uculrul  I'ark—September  12-18.
Cranbrook—September  ls-la.
Ucllu—September 2U-21.
Grand Forks—September 26-27
Greenwood  September 2D.
Uoldeu—September  24-S5.
Islnmia—September  lb.
Kent—September 12-13.
Kamloops—September is-19-20.
Kolowna—September  2ii-27.
KiihIo- October   15.
Langley—September 25.
Mission—September -i -...
Maple Ridge—September 25 in.
Matsq,ul—September 2ii-27.
Nanaimo—September 17-1»-1'J.
N.  und  S.  Sannich—October 4-5.
Nicola—September 20.
Nortb  Vancouver—September 7.
New Westminster—October 1 i.
Nelson—September 22-23-25.
New Denver—October 2.
Pentloton—September 29,
Hevelstoke—Octol«;r  S-'J-IO.
Richmond—September 25-26,
Shawnlgan—September 18.
Salmon Arm—September 27-2,1.
Summerlund—October  30-31.
Surrey—Soptember 24.
Truil—September  25-20.
Vernon—October 23-2!.
Vnncouver—August  10-17.
Windermere—September  20-21.
Victoria—(Provincial  exhibition)  —
September 24-28.
ENGLAND'S
NAVAL BILL
E.   G.   BURRIDGE
Tinsmith Repairs, Hot Air, Pipe
and Furnace work
-WORK   8HOP-
Connnught Ave.   -   Revelstoke
Britain's Navy will be Increased by 21 Battleships
in Five Years
London, July 23—Winston Bpencer
Churchill, nrst lurd of the admirulty
,11 Introducing tbe supplementary naval appropriation ot live million dollars in the house of commons tbis
afternoon Bald the direct cause ofthe
increase .11 expenditure in the Uritish
navy wus to be foundd iu the new
Herman navy law, the main feature
of wbich was tin. Increase in ibe feature oi which w.is the increase in the
striking irei rhip ol .ill elusses.
The eueci ol the new German uuvy
lnw would, he sai'd, ue tbut nearly
four-filths ui the entin German uuvy
would be maintained .11 full permun -
ent commission, snd instantly ready
for  war.   The lirst lord continued:
"Such preparation Is remarkable,
uu.t as far aa 1 am awars, nnds no
example Ln the previous practice of
modern naval polices."
Mr. Churchill then announced tho
British shipbuilding program tor the
next five years, saying that live battleships were to tie constructed next
year uud four in euch ol the following  years.
Under   the   new   Ceruiuu   law,      Mr.
Churchill said,  the ultimate scale    of
the German fleet would be 41 battleships, 20 large armored cruisers,   40
small cruisers  and  smaller craft     iu
'proportion.   "That  will  be  au      ex -
jtremi'ly  formidable  Beet,  ami  the on-
I ly way to meet it .s by coel uud uie-
tbo.lical preparation, prolonged    over
successive Jears.
"There is uo use dinging money about on tbc impulse of the moment,"
the nrst lord continued. "The strain
which Greut Untain will have to bear
will lie long and slow, and no relief
cuu be gamed by impulsive or erratic
action. We should learn from our
German neighbors the way of tbe poi
icy which marches unswervingly to its
goal."
Public Notice
Public Notice is hereby given that
the presence ol the Electors of the
Corporation ol thc Oity of Hevelstoke
i« required at tbe Ofllce of the Oity
Clerk, ricvelstoke, B.C., on Thursday
August sth. L918, at 9 o'clock in the
forenoon to vote on a bj law to an
thorite ehe borrowing by the Corpor
ation of the Oity "f Revelstoke, of
thc sum of $10,500.00 by tha insui> o!
Debentures to defray the cost to the
Corporation of certain drainage
works and sewer connect
Duted  July 20th, 1912.
D. R, REYNOLDS,
Returning  Officer.
BUSINESS   LOCALS
Kor really cbo.ee 1'Involutes, drop
in at tbe Sugar  Bowl.
Four and Eight acres fru.t land for
sale near cemetery.—H.N.  Coursier.
Tbe "Sugar Bowl" Ice cream Is
unsurpassed,
lj acre good laud for sale uear C,
P.R. hotel.—11. N. Coursier.
Two splendid lots on north side of
Sixth Stteet, J75o cush for both.—H.
N.   Coursier.
\ letor Hornless Machines C from
(20 upwards. Edison Phonographs,
from (I'J.50 upwards.—Hevelstoke
Music  Store,  McKenzie Aveuue.
MO810—Miss Johnson, pupil of A.
Miller, K.R.A.M.. London, is prepared to take a limited number of pupils for tuition in music. For terms
apply at the residence of J. K.
Johnson, first house west of tbc hospital.   First   street.
"Those who inherit Empires have others shave Ihem—
Those who create Empires shave themselves"
It's over a century since Napoleon Bonaparte evolved this
bit of philosophy. While the first part no longer holds
(Kings and Emperors now use the Gillette) the second part
is truer than ever since the coming of the
GILLETTE K2
The busy men who arc doing
the world's big work today—
who nre creating Empires of
commerce nnd finance —have
little time t>> waste with the
barber. Tiny shave themselves
with the GILLETTE, not
because it saves them money, but
because it saves them time and
trouble.
Besides, there's a keen satisfaction, to the self-reliant man,
in giving himself a clean, cool,
comfortable GILLETTE shave
in three minutes. Try it yourself.
Your Hardware Dealer, Druggist or Jeweler can .slmw you 8
Gillette Se* to suit >"tir need*
and fancy. Standard Sets $5.00
—Pocket Editions f.s.co to $0.00
— Combroauoo  tr*.ts $6.50 up.
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OFF ICE AND FACTORY 364
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■rGiHette SATURDAY,  JULY  07th,  1912,
THE  MAIL-HERALD, •» BEVELSTOKB
BATURDAY, JULY 27th, 1912
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In ol  Malnkwu "    uu
,'itallj    mpol taut   fucloi   is  as
ictivit) est  	
;."n..  now
b lunds throughout  ' There  are  ten I
ol good soil  .'..thm a rnd
ius of fi   i   mill - ul   Malakwa.    Satiu
-"..   .-: ch   is  potential   farming  laml
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the bn} making
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■ constituti   tlie chief
.   • ntel      iuto     "tlie
ii. iking    :  '•)., ukwu    more than anj
thing
: a oughoul
tbe vailei .     torting ol
a town  t .
is witb
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that     prettj   town
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You will have tlie opportunity of a LIFE-TIME during our Mid-summer
SALE, when our $25,000 stock of Furniture. Carpets, Bedding and
General House Furnishings will be offered at greatly Reduced Prices
THERH A.RE REASONS Win' we are holding ihis sale,     Wu will he krank ahout it.     WE NEED THK
MONEY,    We are not going into Bankruptcy    l>o noi 1niMin1.lcrsi.1iHl us, but the new HOWSON BLOCK
cost ns something to build, and we cannot sell the  BLOCK  so we musl sell the  STOCK, therefore
we   have decided  to  place before yon  our   TWFNTY-FIVE  THOUSAND DOLLAR
STOCK in order to raise TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS
Someone will get the Pick of the Bargains !
Are you going to he one of thc fortunate ones?   Now is the time to buy thai  CARPET or  RUG.    We are prepared
to give  ,;,;',     discount on any RUG in our large stock, and 40    on .1 few which wc have carried over from
last year.    The first to ask for these RUGS will be the first to get them.    SEE   that  our  CLERKS
give you at least ,13'i    discount on every article in our  STORK  except  OSTERMOORE
MATTRESSES,   MARSHALL SANITARY   MATTRESSES,   SECTIONAL
BOOKCASES and KITCHEN" CHAIRS.
NEVER uas our Stock so large and complete in Dining Room, Bedroom and Parlor Furniture.
TWO Car loads of Goods placed on our floor in the past ten days.
See  our  Show  Windows   this week  for  proof of the
BARGAINS we are offering.   Special values in Couches,
Carpet Squares and Rockers this week.
We are offering GOODS at prices during this SAI.L on whieh wc are actually loosing monev,   BUT WE MIST
HAVE THAT TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS.
Thanking our many   CUSTOMERS   for their genet ous   PATRONAGE   in the past TWENTY-TWO years  of
business in REVELSTOKE, we remain, Yours sincerely,
HOWSON & COMPANY, LIMITED
Smoker's Supplies
The "lil uli.iiilr now tins thc lnrgcsl anil Ih'hi line of Smokers'
Supplies ever in the City, titul our priees arc right. Fifty brands
nl cigars, in choose (nun. Price from $1.00pet box up; not iiinilc
frsm scrap either,
Meerschaum  Pipes from $3.00 to $10.00
Calabash Pipes from $3.50 Up
Our siui'k   ,'i  Calabash   Pipes is Bmall <m account of the
crop being 11 failure this year nml quality poor,
Briar Pipes in cases frnm $1.00 up.
Ask for the famous II. H. 1*. brand, livery pipe is guaranteed.
Cigar and Cigarette Holders, Cases and Lighters, Pouches,
Ash Trays and Pipe Racks. Tell us what you want and we will
suit you, II you cannot call, phone 37 and goods will be sent lo
youi home foi approval.   Buy early while stork la complete.
McKinnon's Cigar Store
ASK THE  DRIVER
Everybody knows him, lm will
tell yon timi ilm whiskeys we are
ing hit tlm best, ('nil and be
convinced. No boimoholil should
bo without a supply nl' uiiiHiir-
voy'8 Spoclnl Scotch  Whiskey; our
1 lupin tiqueur Brandy, guaranteed
80 years old or Blaokberry Brandy
for Medicinal purposes.   Our stock
of rliniiT Wilms and Liquors of all
kinds are unexoelled.      Hold by all
I1111101 ten; and Doalere In Pure Wilms, Liquors, Cigars and Clgnrottes
i-nmi' ali-.. lb'' Coming •■! a Hi'" I'lii' k
Bmlth Mr. laeBoau, whose Bhop Is with
in t|„. "city limits" an.l who un
doulitcilly "'ll soon prove Inn. 1
i„. a verj neocBBarj tactoi in the mak
ing ..[ tins district.
lt  is thus our     delightful    task  to
hronicle      101 1 stautiul  |>rogri ■
m "the making ol Malakwn" anil t'1
•■ that everj fastory essential to
'making" is well represented In
rally. Its agricultural life, it proa
[lectlve town life, its commercial, m>
cull,    educational   anil n
■ ,,; nn i.t only in the h
fragrant with hope and I 1 1 ml
in   1:
\.n  week wi
greas .1    ' ■      ■
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tbi
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made its tarry   .
BCttll is   ill'" ■   '
Corporation  in  connection  with    the
sewer Bystem ol  tbe < '01 pui al Ion.
\\ HKKHAH a pel itiou has been pre
sented  to  the  Municipal  Council     of
the Corporation  of  the Citj   ol   Uev
. Istoke  Bigned   by   the  ownorB
li .1.-1   nii.- tenth  ni  value "i   thi
jn opi i ty  » .Hnn thc  Cot poi ate  limit -
..:  the 1 'itj  "i     ttevi I I
the Molsona Hank at Rcvehrtota) hahvky, McCAHTKlt
aforesaid on the 1st day oi March,
.uai the l-t day .>i September, respectively hi eaeb und every year during the curreucy ol sai.l Debentures,
f at ,1111.1 it shall lie expressed in snul
re»|  coupons and debentures to be an pay-
AND 1'INKHAM
able.
0.    It shall be law.ul  for tbe  Mayor
Hamsters,   Solicitors,   Ktc.
Imperial  Hank  Building  Kevelstoke,  It. U.
Money to Loan.
Olllces—lleveutoke,   11,   0.,     aa
Craubrook, B. O.
l,j   the last revised assessment  roU ol   ,,:   tbi   said  Corporation  ol  tbe  City ; Oeo. 8. MeCarter,
tn    said  city,   renin   I        thai ...   Revelstoke to nog ite an.l     sea
Introduced [01   tbe purpose ul   tue   laid   Deb Mures  or
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WILSONS
FLY PADS
Imitations arc always
unsatisfactory.
authorizing tbi   borrowiug     by     the
. .n.l 1 "i poi tl sum of iln,-
ui   tbe     pui pose above men •
ami V, i,eii.. amount
within
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Debentures or any   ol
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iding  the  eust   ol  ne-
in.    ale,     brokerage
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A.  M.  Pinkham,
Kevelatoke,
J. A.  Harvey
Cranbrook
JUST PUT INTO STOCK
A BIG LINE OF
Fresh Imported Groceries
0. GaUicano, Second Street
l.UHKl.T  SMITH,
Provincial  Land   Buveyor,
Mining Surveyor,
Unginesrin)
MoKBNZIB  AVE.,
bur   106,   RBVHLBTOKH
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A L i. A c i;
A 11 C H 1 T K C T.
P. O. Box 14C, Rovelstoko, B.C.
REVKLSTOKB COUNCIL,
No. 81, KOVAL TEMPLARS OK
TEMPERANCE
Meets every 2nd and 4th Thursdays
in Oddfellows Hall, at 8 o'clock.
\ .siting Templars are cordially iu -
vited to attend.
SV.  K.  MUN80N, S. C.
A. D. TOURNKR.  R.  S.
KOOTENAY     LODOE, No.  lb A.  F.
and A. M.
lingular meetings aro beld in MAS
"M' TEMPLE, Oddfellows' Hall
'in tbo Tbird Monday in each montb
at ) p. m. V.mtmg brethren ar*
rordiaily   welcome.
Hf, THOMSON, W. M.
A.   Ii.   ROBERTSON,  Secretary.
White-Sfar-Dominion
CANADIAN SERVICE
ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS
Montreal Quebec Liverpool
Largest & Finest Steamersf rom Canada
New 8.8. Laurentic. 15.000 Tons Each
New S. S. Megantic
Sails June 22, July 20, Aug. 17. July 6, August 3, August 31
ONLY FOUR DAYS AT SEA
one-olass >l li Cabin sorvice.
Twin-Screw S. S. Teutonic     Twin-Screw S. S. Canada
5SJ feet long, ls.uiKi horsepower 5M Peet long
Sails July 13, An*. 10, Sept. 7. June 29,July 27, August 24
Company's OITices, 619, Second Ave, Near Cherry St., Seattle
THE  MOLSONS BANK
COURT      MT.      BKiJHIK.    No.  MCI.
OF I,  O. f,
Men. .11  I   11   0,  ft  Hall next   to
■« Opera House every second
.; ii iiiy hi in,.mii.  v lilt
cordially mloomtd
I   BULL, 0   R.
*M.  ri. i AMKitu.v.  nw. Bee,
Corporation of the Cily
of Hevelstoke
MY LAW
A  By law  to authoi «c tbe b n
Ing by the ' !oi poratlon of the   Citj
of Reveletoke of the sum ol Hi
I   the Issue ol Debenture*; to defray
ih,. coal  tu the Corporation ol cci
innid   works
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i» icnl ure.    ■ ball   bnvi    ittai hed    to
tbem coupons foi   I
ten  i   ind  thi tu I he    I"
ti rcsl     ' oupon      m i.
im nted,  oi   lithographed
•I.   The  said   Debei ill   Imnr
nten  '  al   thi   rati   ol  i   •   i"-i  oenl
urn pi i annum fa in i , 6nl i fremi thi
O. W. 0. w.
. .tt. i amp, Nn  n't
■  . Mi   tad     1 "in iii  Wednes
Lays    in i-n. ii month In    Belklrk
Hell.      Visiting  Wnodmon  art
' Ol lially  invited lo »iu-ni)
A.   .i    wuiiin.AMi.  Oon. ('.in
JAMBB MetNTTRB, Olerk,
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a ovuiy      Thursday evening
INCORPORATED   <8IiB
Record of Progress lor Five Years—1906-1911
191 lb
Capital        ....        $ 3,000,000
Reserve 3,000.000
Deposits      ....        23,077,730
Loans and Investments -       27.4'r>7,0'J0
Total Assets        -      -      -        33,01)0,11)2
Has 83 Brandies In Canada, and Agents and Correspondents in all
the Principal Cities in iho World.
A QENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS  BANK  DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Interest allowed at highest ourrent rate.
Revolstoke Branch, W. H. PKATT, Manager
1911
* 4,000,000
4,000,000
35,042,311
38,854,801
48,237,284
Fruit Lands
FOR SALE
linlenn Hay lundf in |iarcelH ol
10 nr M niirun or en blue. (Jorrtv-
I'liiiilrniif invited,
John Shaw. Agent,
Box 616 Arrowhead
Dr. J. C. Morrison
Dentist
Post Oraduate.Ohicago.Univeraity
Specially —All    l'nrcelain   alld
»'ast Crown HriilKe Work
Cor. Granville and Robson sis.
Vancouver
Over Harrison's Diuk »>tore
Phone Bey - 5238
R. Z. CRAWFORD
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i hi   Mun elpal   i
ielkirk  H»U m  -, o'elocli.     Vimtui^
wii.mn   oordlall|  invited.
JOHN i.'i'i'-      '■   ■•
JAS    MATIIIIv
inl i.r.vi-i    run    dato  Uni'..f    vhlch  Inicreei   iball  bi
lulu RANOH LODOB,      K. ul   P,
NO   M,   BBVHIiSTOKD,  ll.  O.
M'nte  tvery   Wtdn"nlar   lieepl    tb'
Third  Wednxiilay of IMh  month      lu
Oddfellows'   Hall at I o'clock.   VUil
nliaiir invited
Electric Restorer for Men
Phusnlioniil     lor»n»fryaer»elolh«h  '.    mx   Kni^hti »ri> rmdiallT   mv
 Li to Hi proper Itnilon t reatnrM _.    „,    ,,.,,, ,..,,   ,.    ,,
.iinaii.l »ll..l I,   |.,.„,,. ,„ ,\._. ,v .. a     V.     I.Aid,ASP,   O.O,
o. il. BROOK
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«etMng .. petit*. Wc jnj- uwlwiu) ttUcudx smtUNi?* bj   .b< mfiW. »oml-»BOUBll» ut tbt olll.c ol oe..it.caiuariuM.uUi,
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CONTRACTING
PAINTER
Satisfaction   Kuaraulenl
Agent   for   Flexlume   Electric
Signs
R. Z. CRAWFORD
Simp in Cumming'a Transfer
Uuildiiitr, Sjcond Street
Lumb
umDermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -   Revelstoke, B. C
lielnrr|liuyinK yonr outfit r.f viwkniK clothes
for tlic^bnsh.    I tneke a
»l"< i.ill'. of I.iikKIOK
Sbur'., I'.mti, Bos, Sbirln
Blankvii. and everything
rtyuuciliujoui busiutH,
I SATURDAY,  JULY  27th,  1912
THE MAIL-HERALD,  BEVELSTOIKH
Saturday, jti.y »tth, mi,
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MALAKWA
TOWNSITE
LutH iii the new townsito of Mulukwu nre now on tbc market ut. prices
ranging from *7.r> to (175. Those lots
nre nil high nml dry ami ibe regula
lum size.
Reasons Why You
Should Buy in
Malakwa
Tbi« new town is just ubout hall
wuy between Revelstoke and Salmon
Arm, being a trifle over it) miles
from either place, U i« a natural location for n town, being Burrounded
by     u highly   rich   farming district,
Lots iu this townsite run be purcbas
ed on long terms so that n piirebser
before bo bus really paid tor bis lots
will bave made a good profit on bis
investment.
Business Opportunities
Then' is a grand opening for hotels
and other branches ot business, Including ii burlier shop, shoe maker,
drygoods and gents furnishings, uud
nil other legitimate businesses,
T
Now on tlie Market
CP.R. Passes
Through Townsite
Station and Side Tracks
Already Installed
GET IN ON THE GROUND FLOOR
Buy Early
The first ono hundred lota sold will
he at the low  prices ol 176 to 1176.
These  lots   will   nr reuse  one  hundred
per   rent   in   n lew   months   time.       II
you [mi tu secure one blame yourself
when paring higher prices inter on,
Industries Already
Started
Already Industries are being located here. The tirst keen business concern to grasp the golden opportunity
of locating ut this townsite will be
a large shingle mill, operated by
Spokane parties, This mill will bo
operated  by  water power.
Preparations arc nlso bein,; mude
to Install a water power BUtlicieut to
operate an electric plant or any other
industry tbat muy come in.
For lurther Information, apply to
Hessr-. Johnston anil Haycock, Mulukwu, U. C.
. . It Might Be Cold. .
IBTTT
It is always hot in the plunge at Halcyon Hot Springs,
whose natural hot medicinal waters are the most wonderful health restorer on the Continent Our.record of cures
of rheumatism and other chronic complaints is unequalled
and verified by our gratified patrons. Located among the
greatest scenery of Canada, easy of access,—the Sanitarium is luxuriously fitted and finished for comfort and
convenience of gueBts.
Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
a
Wm. BOYD, Proprietor,
Halcyon, Arrow Lakes
Union  Hotel
I MUST NEWLY REPAIRED
RATES,      .     $1.50 PER DAY
Weekly iuui monthly rates to be arranged.       Meal Tickets, 21 meals for 56.00
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C
A. P, LBVBSQUB, Proprietor
I
Laughton C& Tapping, Props. First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
Windsor Holel Restaurant
European Plan
Open Day and Night. - Meal Tickets, $6.00
MONTHLY BOARD
Strictly  Fiist Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with Bath
ORIENTAL HOTEL^
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $1 a day.    Monthly raiii.
■X.    ALBEET     STONE      PEOP.
Centrat Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlameil  *nd Improved.    Firnt-C]»i>H in every rt-Hpect.    All modern convenience!
Large .Sample. Km,inn.
Rate* $2.00 per day       Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
HOTEL CLIMAX RESTAURANT
■——■——~i OPEN NIGHT AND DAY—"—-~~— I
White Help Only Employed
Board by the Day or Week
Night Restaurant—Short Order
W. C. BATCHELOR,       -       (^Manager.
Unable to Dispose of Bonds
l.uii,lun, July 2-1—Mayor (Icnry and
th* city treasurer of Toronto Iiave
iK-en unable to dispose of the city's
four percent bonds. Ii is understood
that a certain London lm.uk suggested ubout ii, subject to market approval. The market, however, rntused
positively to take a long-dated loan
nt uny price with the summer vucn-
tKin close  at  band.
Tae city lias absorbed with ililhcul
ty £1,200,000 sterling treasury Mils
ut 4J Led by Consols, the general In
vestment market is going from bad
to worse und the stute of congestion
is without parallel in the financial
In-tory  of  London.
High class stocks generally and
Canadian I'rovincinl government and
Municipal stocks in particular ire
faced with an outlook highly niuiili-
fuctory.
It is only  fair  to ndd   that Canada
has contributed toward the present
condition ol things partially through
postponing borrowing In the expecta
tion of getting better terms. Thei'.,
iiaclian Northern railway loan guaranteed hy the government constituted
the last straw. Thin security stands
at a discount of four and a half per
cent,   allowing   for   interest.
Duys of cheap money for the Colon
ial borrower on the London market
seem over.
American Inrush
Calgary, Altu.. July 26—An intlux
of not less than hall a mHllon Am •
erlcani per annum into Canada for
the next five years is the prediction
being freely circulated by well in -
formed authorities in this part of thc
West in view of recently announced
railway construction programs! and
development plans of the leadiug
Western cities.   The problem of hous
ing the new population continues a
serious one in view of the inrush. The
cement shortage, however, is uot prov
Ing .1 sei...a., obstacle to building up
ei at. ..ns. and many uew residences
and stores are in course of construction. Recent Oil, gas and clay devel
opments In this sectiou huve begun
t" emphasise Calgary's future as a
manufacturing and ind Ui trial centre;
although tbe poeaibiKt.es lor lucrative profits In real estate are not being overlooked. .Sixteen millionaires
ure now numbered among Calgary's
citizens, and the majority uf the six
teen are said to have extensive land
holdings, which are sUadily increasing in value.
Height of economy—To make little
Tommies pants lake mn'- old hob -
ble skirt, run two seams down the
middle and the scissors will do the
rest.
Rosedene Nurseries
Revelstoke. B. C.
House Plants, Ferns, etc.
Cut Flowers, Roses, Carnations, etc
Thos. Newell, Prop.
Designs Box 51 Phone 295
UNION HOTEL
ARKOWHKAH. B. tt
.si'eci»i Attention given lo commercial
mm snd tourists, Kint-rlaii" ssmpb
roouiK. Kinn.t scenery in Dritish Columbia, overlooking t"p|>»r Arrow Lnke.
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer     Draying
Handling Pianos a  Specialty
W. J. Lightburne. Prop,Phone42 -   Night Phone 85
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A
root
cellar
like this
won a prize
last year.
PI I E drawing was made
from a photograph  of
thc   root-cellar  with which  D.
A. Purdy, of Lumsden, Sask., won
a cash prize in last year's contest.     In that last
Contest there were .16 prizes.    There will be thrte
times as many prizes < l OS ) in the
1912 FARMERS' PRIZE CONTEST
T1
IICS you will h.ivc three time* as many chancel of winning a caili
prize. Yen dn nol haw to me any certain amount of CSnsdr.  Cement
to win sprite.     There are itxolutcly no "mint's" tu thii offer
There are twelve prliei for ei<h Province (three of ISO | three of fatt)   (liree of
tit i and three of HOI and you compete only with other farmer* ui sour own Province and not with (ho r all over Canada.
It makes no difference sshether vou have ever uied remen'     Many of last year", winner.
ha,I nol Uied it until they entered the contest    When you write lor full particular,, we will
send you, //ve, a hook,   '"What Ihr Farmer Can Do With Concr.lt" whlct telli everything
you need t" know ahout concrete     it i. absolutely free, and vou are under no
obligation lo huy " Canada" Cement or to do anything elie for ui.
\l/HI I I  fill n.mr an.l tlri'm   ,i tl,. .    im, ,,.,, miM M .< ... t.rtr, rrt po., -.fl. ...
ar wi I ,..,,, fa. at ",' - lb. I.,*,. .imI  fa.l aaMx.i.,, a, ,|a 19,}  p. • .  i .......
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Cauda Cement Cempuy I iailad
AJdaaaa T.allril, Klaw.
SM HtriM Stadia,, Mistral
'tMttt
"wmmmrr?r" ;mw;xzv
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■■Ma—Ma— SATURDAY,  JULY  S7t_,  l'i.
TI-IIlJ  MAIL-HEKALD,«BEVELSa?OKffl
SATURDAY,  .IDLY 27th,  1918,
MONEY
SPENDING
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Thej    lid i publi     i
lives hud   Bpending
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•   iou nghi     iiim home
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, .   •  i i who hud
in,ni
. : ■ d of it.  1 lu.l  I Iim
'   :    , ii,   I . , m ,       vsm
      .. m       Tin1 iniiin
ii .     ,,l
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md tin   othei  ,I'".n't,
,      ,     ■ ■     i "lli.ill  '   .,:
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iy a , ' I i m
nui,   ,.,'m, duen     uol
I   -.      ' i ■■■■■■ i ■■tn'.ui i mul
i ., , In     mi.'    " long .is sh
, home mv flr.-t m.u'ucd money svns got
! iii    plaiting    up    potatoes .uol    then
I   vs.is in.i.li' In Ihiv   ii pnir  of      boots
IV II ll    it.      II    \SllS   nil,'   iii    llll'    lil'sl      I'M
Buns  I ' v.,.i  gol.   I  Iuui nod thru    nn
I10V0I   ln'fort)   tha   value  ol   money   iiiiiI
! dldll'l    .cat  nut  BU many  limit.-.. Sumo
put miii     .hi-  afraid   I"   tniHl   iticir clul
ki i.n tu 'in spending (or ii'ai' they will
..■i-i  . ii, uted,   WUj  tho boat thing ihat
ran   ha, poll   tlu'in     omot iiiiim:   |b       to
, .   hen   ii "in  ol thoir     money ovoti
,i ii  in i dollars.   Thou dou't scold
thorn, . iii-i i.inch nt iiu'in a little,
iml   lu i uli  il   in to doop ami you will
,., i iiB-u but i. !■>ni.- st nicn mid lho
resolve wriie ItBoll In ttiaii' Ittoo thui
they'll shutt   you   H   thoj   Ouu'l  learn
I,' do   I'liMiia   M   ami     I'l'iul       t llt'ir   oss n
money,
l ovoi liourd a imh telling ol u lul
ly die soil man, klxl gloves, cuua ami
ail. inll gt'oWII, Bile saw iii CuliolU'gi
riolne   \. nrs  ugo,     11 is   Hint her   llll    ill
ini.'M,,!,    hopping [oi  Iiim ami looking
lip   ililu  Ilus   lai'i'  .-ilie   asllesl   "is    lliei.'
anything  olae  you   ...ml "   With     it
. . I'lspl 01 lloll 111 I.mn' Ilia Ilea,I ami
Blllll, "Well, I nee.I ll Bill l't!" 'I'lie
III,     llll    v        llllllj     » III ii     li"    Wll -    I I,
aii.i  Iiuii)  when  he  will  dlo,   The Iln
il  i.i...lin-1  of a loud  parcnl    ss ho
'lul inn  leai a iiei   bod to earn money
can gratify her     vanity     and Belilsul1 «   |U'  vulue,  und  then trust
.     ,,.i:, coUplo  jn,      nun   iu  tho Bpending.    There are Inin
,s all   'llallll ■ I   "Ul'h   '"■>"   "l"1   >-'"ls   groW',Ug
,    ,. ,M,U    ,.,,,.    up ai ''.ni.i,I., tmlay,  who, In n husi
■ .     I   bor ■''" ''     "'"  |1C  Infants nil thoir
a .      ,   lutesl   m. mat ' llU"    ulvu tllc  :'">-s und     mils    u
..■•..       ■ ,.  „„    ul,|j ,.,,    ' liuiici     -,s a,:  Him,i,  adviee, tactfully
ing through the  world once, and she'»''l'■'• "'-■ li"'1". I"'1 la'ivo them a chance
vs.,.-   .'       g   tO    1,111"   ul   It,   She        Mu>    '   "••"'   tOyoU   a lew       pointers
•   ■ al    tl I isiness ami ""  [<"n Mll,J''''1 »iVe11  ""' hJ » ln'1"1'
l  looked from  her    to Tllc>  •'"' B0 >• '  ' ,mlsl  >-'m'   ll"'1"
I dn ,-s- ,1  Bhably,  genteel, '" >""•
■   ■                 tiling,  onlj  nollccd i,e       '    sl'*'n'1 ,l'8B ll'-"' >"'"  Income, no
■ : .-.     i      iho mattei  how small.   Tin . Ib one o	
ts ■        race 1 see.   It ia wor l""1   I"'""''' '  ol   I"'1 UIml  economy.
ried   , rn    nd     i  ms  to  carry "'   uh" im'K '•>' lln" l'ul« may know j
;       •  . md troii des ol "l*'    ' '- '" llftVe ■"'l1'1'1'  ''■     "''
time of a Mothusulem.  Whj I wbo  'lospises thia  rule  is always    nl
Beca —   he I is met n man hack    the Wul  "'"' I'lmsolf.
road from whom he has borrowed and      '   """"  "'"'  »»ve  u craving "Pl"5
,.- not  :.' -s  known bow  even to ll'"  :"'    i,,,j,"l'"« foolishly aoon  lose
pas   tl        terest on |      note.     Just '""'" re»l'«ct.   Thoir   moral  sense     he
laj  b.      met  another man     to c •" weakenod and tbo will Iokob Its
whon. be  "-S"   honestly  earned  mon "'mueaa and  I ptatlons     win     the
ey, bul -i Ktravagunce     on 'tronghold.
home prevenl   hi   puy        :    ln spending money wo should con
ts.   l.et   me say  righl hero *:l'   """' I'lc'»   comforts     and
il thei .   dirty, mean km,I     of happiness and     hy so doing II     will
the  kind  thai   Man,- Increase our     own.   These little acts
•.     and k. -i'M nired help. w111 '""" ImI",s "'     charactei     anil
tof bom  tly earned cliaractei  la tho only  possea Ion    wo
.,   , , .,,„„. caBC9     , can  take with na to the uexl  world.
them Id ns size " |S ■' 'Ircndful thing to bid farewell
up . .:>,-...- tothis life II either a  miser    or    a
...   not ' pendthrift,
•  ■     now     > liu'l    Intended,     when  first   given
I    spend money tUis : ■"•>-'-  to spend my time on dis
nt, and bo    learn cussing the question ol Tithing. How
..... . ,, ,\t ever,  tor reasons known to myself. I
think I ean honestly answer myself
i hal ai preseut it would bo wiser nol
I,, nm tn hrtoilj touch upon tho
que   ion belore i  tuke m.s  seat.
■■Tithing ' ia i.i ila.v tt i|iii'i'inui
whieh [a iii'i smi j wen understood ny
ihe majority ,,, people ami whon it
is liiin broached the ubjectloma al
mice laiMi'il thai it is nol pracl leable
.si.ui)   think  thai   wo are oxpoctou 1"
pilj    i.iim   louth   ul   all   ll ,')    I r.lil
iii, ss llieh ia absurd, Wo aro only expected I" nib" the "iiieiease"' which
to many ul ua wo would call "uoi In
,i.uie.'
Today   'a 'I'S,   nui 'chants,   ssash
crwuuiou iiiiii millionaires, uro among
tboBo wiio strongly iipbuld tithing
(uuu |,mi.;,,uai experience, in oui own
homo im luvornl yoara hack we huve
practiced it und uiidt i nu cousldoi u
umi woul,I we return tu tho old hap-
|i,i...ii,i methods I believe tho woitls
oi  Malm Iii,  "i'i lug ye your un.
Iiim.    int.,   tlie   Btol'O    llOll ni   lllllt I lll'l'.'
Illliy        I"'       in.Mil      ,ii   l    house   Ainl
prove him 11,■ ss iiMii'wiih aiiltli the
la,I .1 i.i 11.., la, if 1 tt ,11 mn upon the
w Indow ■ "i lb is .-u and piuu you oul
am Ii .i t.tf iiug i hul there shall uol
in   i iioiii enough  t u receive it ."
'i,, i,i, li ,,i ii ii hu haa h led t Hiring
we im.1 met in, temptation that said
bore, 1 ean i .iiini,i i" give Hns mun
mv . hul ss ill wall till later [or 1 need
i nm "i ithe money " now [or other
tilings. To eaeh ol us who has mil
yielded wo have found thai there was
always u waj out antl that even lu a
temporal Bense, even from tho sun,l
poiut ol dollars ami cents, wo have
been benellted hj "proving" Cod as
lie im - , hiillengcd     uh    to do in tbe
veise   jll,a    IJUOtOll,
Then, our greal philanthropic
, I"mm. ... ,mii iii, elfish plans tor hot
tering lea forttmato humanity, our
prayers ami plans lor the [urthoranco
ul Christian missions would all be
brought to .juK-ki-i- fruition il the
lystem ol lithlng wore ndoptod by
Christiana todny. Spiritually we
ss,,uld I.e benefited tor thai wbich we
sacrifice for wo have much and so wo
would he kept tender irom tbe subtle
unconsciously burdening Intluences of
present dny   matet lalism.
In closing nun I read from II. Cor.
IX; i. », "lint this I Buy, bo which
Bowetb sparingly shall reap also
sparingly; and bo which sowelh houn
tifully shall leap also bountifully,
lively iiian according as he purposetb
,li    Ins    heal I,    BO let    him   give;        not.
grudgingly, or of necessity; [ot Qod
loveth a cheerful giver, And Qod is
able to make all grace abound to -
v.ii.l you; thai ye, always having all
Biilliclency In all things, may abound
to every g I work."
VV,    J,   tt.   Keliie.
Vernonvtlle, June 25,  1912.
I I'I'i.MII' ll.i      v, A.-s I'l'lll.
Healed     Tondors   uddroasod   tu  tho
ini.lei.ii'.iie.l and  onduisod uu  the tn
veli'i'i' " ri'liner .... lh,' enlislluel.ini
nl a ii sim'lii'C lur tue btiptll inli'li.t'ill
Of   llic        l'.V|M'l'illU'lllal   BlatluU   al    IU
veiineie, near .\, ii.uniei, U,0,," svll
bo received up tn . p.m., uu tue h'iisi
ila) nl AUgllSt, I'Jli, im UIU 1',, ial
wul'lsti   iiiiiI   inali'iials   r,'i|illle,l   III   tUil
eii'i'timi oi u residence im  iuu  Mupet
111 I l-ll.l'll I        III        III.'       l'l'.|M  lllll. Ill,li       ."   lil
turn   at   luveiniMiM,   mar       \ I liinim-r,
II.   0,
;   spi.'llieniinns and plans can be Been
mi application to uir. Ilsiucan Andei
sou, Athalmer, n.c.
|   i'.,i. b tender     mum  ho accompanied
by nu accepted clietiuo ou a cllai'terod
bank, payable to tne In irauio  tbo
MlUlStel'   nl    A|;l null uie.   0l|Ulll   lo   ten
per ueiil ol the whole amoiml ol tue
lemlei, which choujuu will he forfeited
a ihe individual oi company sending
it  declines     to eutoi Into a contract
ss nil   tiie   llepallllient   01'   lulls   tu Com
plete i ii.- building,
The Di'iuutment dues not huul il
self to accept the IowobI or any ton
dor,
Newspapers publishing this adver
tisement without authority  will  uot
be   | ni I il.
A.   L>.   .1 AllUS,
Assistant  Deputy Minister, and
Secretary ol Agriculture.
Ueparl ni ni Agriculture,
i il lawn,   L'u   .lune,   1912,
NOTICK
Hevelstoke   I,an,I   rii„l,i'..'L.
District   of   Weat  Kooteuay.
Take  notice   that      I'.ar.ies:      Adolf
Mayer, of Mlneapolls, Minnnctu, occupation Clerk, intends lo npply ior
permission to purchase the follywiug
described lauds:
Commencing at a yoBt planted at
tho Nurth west Corner ul Lot l-l 15
tbenee north 40 chains, ib»ico west
40 chinas, tln-ncc south II ch&ins,
thenee cast lu chains to point of
commencement aud containing 100
aeies  more or Iohs.
Dated   .lime   Kith,   1912.
EARNEST  ADOLF MAYER.
Shifah's Cure
be thront aad lumJu.
ciinvi   colds.   Iicnli
29 ceoU
" This is the
Range
I Use—the
GURNEY
OXFORD"
/
i
:
iirrf '
When a range i* recommended by one woman
to another, it has met the final test.
The staunchest friends of the Gurney-Oxford
Range are those women who have experience with
it day in and day out. They know how dependable
it is; they know that no other range gives such
constant and unvarying satisfaction, not simply in
management and economy, but in cooking results.
The Gurnev Oxford works constantly for its
owner's peace of mind, and it supplements her
efforts to make each meal one of absolute satisfaction.
Every woman who has had experience with the
Gurney Economizer cannot help telling her friends
the satisfaction of being able to regulate the fire by
turning up or down one small lever. She tells about
the flues that make and keep the oven always
evenly heated, but above all she is enthusiastic
about the golden brown biscuits, the light delicious
bread and pastry, the roast* ;md fowl done to the
queen's taste, that her Gurney-Oxford turn* out.
The Gurney-Oxford owes its popularity to the
recommendtion of those for whom it works.
Revelstoke ftardware Co.
REVELSTi IKE, I i. < !.
NOTICE
Revelstoke  I,anil District,
District   of   West   Kootouiiy.
Notice is hereby given that 1, A,le-
lniil t). Blondln, ol Hnlcyon, li. C,
occupation Shipwright, intend to upply   Ior   permission  to   piiixIiuho    the
lollowiug described land:
I'oiiuiu'iii int' at a poHt, planted 20
chains south anil 'lu chains west irom
lhc South Knut Corner ot Lot 7072,
Group One, Kootenay District., anil
marked "A' S' Ulon.llu's North b'nst
Oorner rust" thenco boiiUi -lu chain.,,
thi'iiee west 2U chains, thouco n.rth
40 chains, thouco cast 211 chains more
or less to lliu point uf commouul)
iiiMiil, mul oontaining hU acres, more
or Iobb.
Dated this 25th June, 1912.
ADELARD   H.   BLONDIN.
Mcstcvn IRcsifccntial Schools
(Distinctly Chr-itttlun    Non-Dunominntiui-nl)
BRAEMAR
A  high-class  rcsldentiul   antl dny
school bil K" Is ol  all  lit'.ev
ShutighiiebH)'  Heights,   Vancouver,
Large wounds,   tnuguillceiil  liniltl-
inyy,   with   is els'    liloileill   a|'|iliatli'e
bu  lieitllll uiul eoinbu t
Stnli  uiiii|ii.iheii; every  teacher a
specialist ia ber ossn department.
LANCARA
A residential & 'las school lor boys
1'ilicen acres, adjoining Shaughneaty
Heights, Vancouver
liiilldlnga   eiiiboilyliig   the    latest
idea', in school   stl'llcluies  lo  liccom-
niodate .bill boss.
li.dnciilioiiiil sliiiiihiidol Iln- binlici.1.
b'ull provision (or athletics.
Goth ... I.....I , open il.e. Autumn.    For ,..n 11. .,l.,i „ itddrosu
llll. K. II. M< I.AKt:\,    HTAM.m   Col'UT, - VANCOUVBR,   D.C
NOTlCh!.
llevelutuke Laud  District.
District uf Wcut Kootenay,
Take notiee that 1 Alice llilluutti,
uf Clorrard,  D.C,  occnpiitiuu  iMnrrie.1
Woman, Intends to apply lor permission tu purchasu tbe lulluwiug des
mi ibed Iniiils:
Oommenelng at a pusl plauted ou
the North shore of Trout Lake about
40 chuius west anil 20 chains north
from tho North West Coiner uf Lot
7806, thence oast 211 chains, thence
south 20 chains, thenco Wost 2tl
cbuins or less to shore of Trout
Luke, 20 ehuins more or less to
point of commencement, und contuining ahout 4(1 aores more or less.
Dated  18th dny ot May  1912.
ALICE   H1LLMAN,
I'er   l.an.e   llillmun,   Agent.
NOTICK to OREDITORS
in the mutter ol the  Estate of Wil-
liuin   Herbert Jollille,    deceased;
Notice is hereby given Unit uli
creditors ami others liuviug claims
against the tCstato of William Her ■
iicrt Jollille, lute of Kevelstoke, U.O.
deceased, wuo uied at Kevelstofce ou
or about the lab iluy of Juue, lit.12,
are required to send to the undersigned Solicitors Ior Charles Jollille
Aumiiiistrator of the hlstate ol sum
ueueased, witblu t,u duys trom date
lull particulars of their claims, duly
uTili.'.i, anil that at or thai date tue
said A-dniinistrator wlll proceed to
distribute tbe sunt blstute amongst
those on titled tboreto regard being
bad .inly to tbuse ciuims uf wlncn
snul    i.,i.uu,:.Hat..i    eii..li   have     then
received notice.
Duted July lith, 1012.
tiurvey, MeCarter uud Pinkham,
solicitors ior Oharles Joiinie, Administrator of tbe Kstate uf tbe
said deceased. uudys.
MINERAL    ACT    NOTICE.
Hpeulow,  Jorkius and    I'ark  Krae
lioiiai Mineral Claims, situate in tue
l'i out LtlHC aVliUlUg illusion oi West
js.iun.elu,y   District.    Where  lucaleil   .
on - .i. ai iiui i nei a Mouutam.
mac notice thai 1, U.U.in, Wilkie,
acting as iipieiit tor tne I'rue ii'issure
Hilling anil .Mining Company, Liuu ten
i-      Miners Uertincate tiuiisi,, iu
tend, sixty days trom date bereoi, to
apply in tne Mining Kecorder iui a
''ii.iu'aie is improvements, lur tne
purpose ol outaining a urown Qrant
ol tne above claim.
Ann   liiltber   tuke   notice   thut   uct
...ii, under section ;;,, must be eoin
ineiie, a      in'ioie   tbe  issuance  ui   sueb
i.ei in.eate ui improvements,
n.iie.I   this  16Ui  das   ol   July,  1012.
O.   U.   N.   W1LK1K.
NOTICK.
l''ur a  License t,»  take and  use Water
.\otice is     hereby     given thut tne
' uiiuiiiun i'.a,in- I,,,,iss.,> i ompany ol
saiieuus'ii    ami   .so.lil real,    wlll   apply
■ : . , ,1,.,, .ma  use uue c,,u
ol watei  out oi Cauyon Croon
,   , uoi' bei ly     direction
..  i.a  .;,,', and     empties     Into
UWel        inai     i.'Hal'il.       'i'ho
• i ubout IDW loot
he      watei   tank      at
i Mil (or general
.a  tbe  i .r.n.  ilo.
■■a)
po   i i on  the
.  ':, daj "i Jul). i hj
bled  ui    tne
t    Hei "' dei   ai  Kev
maj   i"   Hleil *ith
•'',.   'i     I i del    i.l     .nl b    the
•'■ .itii   Kigbts,  )■	
\ ictoria,  n.c.
i . ,        Kail way  t ",
\ pplb anl.
Ireland,   A,pun
on, li. O.
n?i
NOI ll G
, ,   .    .    I,   trlcl
1  Kootenay.
:    ., '     I .    Jm in    I .
mh,   ol    Montreal,    occu]
Intends  to apply bu    111
.   ,       piiieham.'       tlle   lolloV
■   1    . m.I
' '.tnin' ni   ■ posl   planl ed   iii
ty chain    •'  i   ifi 10 itb ol
, rn ,M, i   coi i"'i  "i     Lol    '072,
thence south  HI chains,  thenct    west
m chains,     thenoe north   60 chains,
u'i'     east   20     chains to point    of
commencement,   containing I2u acres
     ul   less.
Dated June 28th, 1912.
J cull  Ual ise  S.   liloiidin,
Ashlar 3. uioadm, A^j
Sash, Doors, Mouldings' Turnings
W   nre in the manufacturing business
Sash,  Doors, Mouldings,  Turnings, Show
Cases,   Office  and  Bar   Fixtures,  Screen
Doors and Windows made to order and all
kinds of repair work done in good order.
We have a full line of building supplies, lime
cement, plaster, Hard Wall Finish, bricks,
Sewer Fipe, Plaster Plaster Board, Roofing
cTWetal, Lath and all kinds of Glass, Oils,
Paints, Varnish, all colors and tints.
Much pleasure in quoting anything in the
Building Line.
REVELSTOKE  SASH AND DOOR FACTORY
P. O. Box 295,  Kevelstoke, B. C.
RAPID  TRANSIT
NEW TRANSFER BUSINESS
JUST OPENED
We make a specialty of the rapid transit of Trunks and
Light Loads.   Give Us a Call.
ALBERT   ABRAHAMSON
KEVELSTOKE,   B.C.
Day Phono-No.  44. Night Phone—229
J JUST   OPENED %
i THE REVELSTOKE OYSTER AND CHOP HOUSE |
S        A New Short Order Restaurant and Eating House        **
i   5
£        Only  White.ZCooks   Employed        »
Have had 15 years experience as a caterer
%
Keguldr $5.25 Meal litkol for live Dollars.
I
S J. Pappos and J. Chitsas,
£) MacKenzio Avenue, R
Proprietors __
Revelstoke, B, c f£
Motice to Contractors
LOCK-UP,    81LVHSRT0N,
Seiiicii Tenders, superscribed "Tender tor Lock-up, Sllverton," will bu
received bj tbe Honourable the Uln-
Ister of Public WorkB up to l- o'clock
noon on Friday, tbe i&nd day of August, 1912, lor tbu I'litction and coin
plebion oi a lock up ai Sllverton, in
tbe  Slocan  Qlectoral  District,  u.  0.
Plans, specifications, contract, mnl
Forms ol tender may be situ on sir
alter the 12th day ol July, 1912, ut
the olllces of the Constable in .hinge
New Denver, B. C; tbe Government
Agents, Koveli toke, Kaslo nnd Nelson, and the Department ol Public
Works, Parliament linililingH, \ Lctor-
la,  M.  O,
I'lniii proposal must be accompan,cd
hy .ni accepted ch.oi.ue or certltieatc
oi  deposit on n chartered  hank     ul
i  i<i,  made  payable  to the Hon
durable the Minister ol I'ublic Works
bu the Bum ol $200, which shall Iw
forfeited if tbe parly tendering decline to enter into contract wheu
called upon tu .in so, or if be fail to
complete the wmk contracted for.
iin deques oi certificates ol deposit
..I unsuccessful tenderers ssill i« returned to t Iuui upon the execution of
i he contract.
Tender* wlll not be considered unless inaile out On the forms supplied
signed svith tbe actual signature of
the tenderer, and enclosed In the envelopes furnished,
The   losses! or any tender not no-
.   at oeptod,
.J.  i:. C1RIFFITH1
Public Works Engineer,
Department ol Public Works,
nn,  H.C,   July  10tb,  UU.
Hiss. July 17 to Aug 21
LlylJOIt ACT 1910.
Notice Ib hereby given thnt thirty
dayB nfter date hereof, it iB my in-
teutiou to mnke up^liculiuu lo tbe
Superintendent oi Provincial Police,
for thu grunt ofu license for the sale
of liiiuor hy retuil iu uud upon tbe
premises known us thc tit. l.mii Hotel, mh u.'iteil ut St. Leou Hot Springs
11.C, upon the lands described an
| Lot No. 1139.
Dated this 27th duy ol June, 1912.
M.  U It AUY,
Applicant.
NOTICH.
Shi Mis Gure
a nu lily  atopi conriht,   roriti coin.,  heaUj
it ihro.l ud lusst.      a   .   •      3S V.tt*
1'L'ULIC NUT1CE ie hereby glveu
thut the i mh.un,hi Pacific Huilwuy
company ilul deposit iu the Luud
Registry uilne in the City ol Kuin-
loopH ou the Hh iluy ul November,
1911, uuder Nu. 298 I'lan, Profile aud
Hook ol Heference of proposed spur
tu be Constructed by the suid Compauy from its main line ut Mile
Hould ii.s ueur the lowu uf Sicamous, thenee running Northerly aud
North-westerly across the ijouth-east
North-cast und North-west guurtcrs,
Sectiun 1, i ■..'. jm li.,. 22, llm,,- 8,
West uf the bth Initial Meridian,
thenee Westerly acrusB lots 1031) und
b'M, Croup 1, Kumloups Division ol
Yule District near Sicamous iu the
Provinoe uf Uritish Culumbia, tu the
premises of thc Columbia River Lumber Cunipuny, und that thirty duyu
utter this notice or us soon there-
after as the application cuu be heurd
the Cuuudinu Pacific Huilwuy Com -
puny intends to upply tu the Uourd
ol HaiUs'ay Cemmissiuuei'B fur (.'una
da fur authority tu construct the
uforcBaid spur.
Dated tbe 12th day ol June, 1912,
E.  W. BATEMAN,
Local Bight of Wuy
and  1,1'nni'  Ageut,
Cuuadian   Pacific   Uailway Company,
Vancouver, li. C, HATTtnilAY,   JULY  27tb,   1012.
THE J 'AIL-HERALD,  EEVELSTOKU
SATURDAY,   .11 I.Y  27th,   UU
THE ONLY SHOE STOCK
IN TOWN WHICH CAN
SUPPLY THE NEEDS OF
THE WHOLE FAMILY
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. £. tfume 8t Co.. limited
OUR SHOE MOTTO
Classy Shoes in newest designs
at fi minimum cost for maximum wear.
OUR DRY  GOODS DEPARTMENT
Bargains in Children s Wearing Apparel
In the Ready-to-wear we have arranged several
new tables of Bargains. One contains Children's
Aprons, Rompers, Dresses, etc. All going at each
Mi
50 Cents
J Children's Straw Hats
isses an
Clearing out all our Misses and Children's Straw
Hats in the Millinery Department. These are all
sorted out into groups at about half price. Big
Bargains in each lot.   A lot at each price	
50c., 75c. and $1.00
Womens' Print and   Muslin   Waist
A table of Women's Print and Muslin Waists, All-
Over Aprons and Child's Rompers, at Each	
75c.
Ladies Blouses    -    Wash Underskirts
A table of Fine Muslin Blouses for Ladies, Wash
Underskirts, Children's Coats, Dressing Sacques,
all at one Bargain Price 	
$1.00
Two Hundred Fairs of Ladies* Corsets
All White.     Sizes 18, 24, 25, 26.    These are B. &
T. Corsets.   Reg. $2.25 a pair.   Now going at
$1.00
LADIES' HAIR NETS New. invisible,
with elastic, pure silk fringe nets, all colors, at 3
for 25c. or each 10 CENTS
Lovely New White Party Dresses
In some of those stunning creations that we are
noted for, in Ladies' and Misses'sizes.   All prices
$5 to $25.00
Barrettes, Back Combs, Hair Ornaments
Highly polished Tortoise Washable Shells, all the
new colors and ideas, from
15c. to 75c.
New Silk and Satin Ribbon-All Widths
SbTon^XTytag^/roS ^
2c. to $1 25 Per Yard
a.?5  iTHE   BOYS   Prom '  Ul <; years-
All Wool Jersey Suits, fine Cashmere Knit Cap,
pants to match, all colors and sizes, from
  S2.25 TO  $3.75
New Bibs and Feeders for the Baby
pocket°fat0i,ClOth"   A" S1>'eS'   S°me With 8afety
5c. to 20c.
Groceries and Crockery Department
Pork and Beans
Just the thing for hot weather. We have
a full line. Van Camps, 1 and 2 lb. tins, in
tomato sauce; Clark's, 1, 2 and 3 lb. tins, in
tomato sauce, also plain; Heinze's, in 1 lb.
tins, in tomato sauce.
Preserving Apricots
Now is the time to get them. Leave your
order with us and get the choicest.
We also receive every morning all kinds of
Fresh Vegetables and Table Fruits.
Fancy Biscuits
We have a large assortment of Christie,
Brown & Co. and Huntley & Palmer's fancy
biscuits, new in and fresh. Christie Zephyr
Cream Sodas and Ramsev's Cream Sodas.
T
eas an
d Coffi
ees
DON'T OVERLOOK OUR BEST DEPARTMENT
Sunbeam Tea—put up in 1 lb. packages or
in bulk.
Red Label-Good Blue Label Best. The
choicest Tea in B. C-
Then we have the Woodcraft Special—3 lb.
for $1.00, and 20 other different kinds, done up
in half and 1 lb. packages and tins.
Cose & Sanborne's Coffee, put up in 1 and
2 lb. tins.   Nabob Coffee in 1 lb. tins.
Mocha and Java Beans, ground fresh.
Our Special Coffee Beans ground fresh—
3 LBS. FOR $1.00
GET THEM AT HUME'S
China and Glassware
In this Department we are ready to serve your wants. You will be looking
around for a suitable wedding gift for your friends who are about to join the
largest society" in the world, and y~ou will find it here among our Cut Glass, Fancy
China, Glassware, Tea Sets and the thousand and one pretty things in our stock.
MIDSUMMER SUIT SALE
We are putting on Sale the Odd Suits left over from
this season. They are all first-class stock and right
up to the minute in point of style. First-Class goods
in imported worsteds and tweeds, light and dark
patterns, in all sizes.
They are all the 20th Century and are the acme of
perfect workmanship and fitting qualities.
You can't afford to miss them at the price.
$15.00 Each
SEE OUR
CANVAS SHOE BARGAINS
ALL OUR CANVAS SHOES
FOR WOMEN
ALL OUR CANVAS SHOES FOR
MEN will go on the table at one
price. These must be cleared out
at once as we cannot afford to
carry any over. Low and hijrli
Shoes in white, tan and grey colors.
SALE PRICE
$1.65 PER PAIR
will also be placed on the table at
once at Bargain Prices. These
comprise grey and Ian Oxfords
with leather trimmings, a few
white Oxfords and a few tan
duck Oxfords.
SALE PRICE
$1.50 PER PAIR
HOUSE FURNISHING DEPARTMENT
This Department has everything that you will require to make your home bright and cheerful for summer, and now is the time
to look over and make your selections, at prices that will suit your wants, from a well assorted stock of Wall Paper from the
best manufacturers in the east, Rugs and Carpets from Germany, England and Eastern Canada at prices from $ for a 9x9 Union
Rug to the very best that can be had and in all sizes.
Lace and Lace Curtains
Wc have the largest assortment in the city, most of wh ch
me Imported by ourselves direct from England, enabling us to
sell at a price lhal Bavcs you ihr middleman's profit.
Scrims—by the yard or muke Into curtains, a good assortment
Madras—We have both colored and white in very dainty designs, from 20c per yard up,
Linoleums and Floor Cloths
A good assortment of Nairn's printed and inlaid in patterns
_, to suit every taste at prices that are lower than can be offered
a^ain owing to the advance in raw material.
Beds and Bedding
We also stock a full line of beds, mattresses, blankets, comforts and pillows.
Bargains for This Week Only
We are offering a special reduction in Japanese Rugs 0x12
at (8.20; 2ix6ft U.25" 8x6ft ft.96. Everything in that line
will K" at bargain prices.
Anything not mentioned  that you want call  in andj ;
ask for it, we will be sure to have it if in this line.
■BU SATURDAY, JOt.Y 27th, 1912,
THE  n^t^iri-IIEI^JLrilDv^^E-XrELSTOKIEI
SATURDAY, JULY 27th, 11)12.
MIDSUMMER SALE PRICES TO CLEAR
MARKED DOWN ALL OVER  THL STORE
LADIES' PRINT AND
GINGHAM WAISTS
All good washing cloths
Sale Puce    65c
LADIES' WHITE MUSLIN WAISTS
Trimmed with Lace ami Insertion
!;• gular $1.50 ami --:_! lines
Sale Price    $1.00
WHITE MUSLIN DRESSES
I. idii :•'   White   Muslin   l-pii ce
I iresses.     Regular $.'> ami $6.00.
Sale Price - $2.50
MUSLINS AND WASH GOODS
Reg ilar   Price  26c,   ami   :'m,'.
Sale Price    15c
PARASOLS
Regular $2.00 ami  $2.50  Lines.
Sale Price    $1.25
LADIES' SUMMER VESTS
Sale Price -12 'Ac
LADIES' DRAWERS
Ladies'  Summer   Knit   Under-
drawers
Sale Price   25c
BOOTS AND SHOES
Ladies'   Tan Oxfords,    Regular
$2.75 ami .>;;.-;> lines
Sale Price    $1.50
Odd lines nl' Ladies'Pattern Leather Slippeis
Reg.   $4 ami M..">0. Sale I'rice  *2.0U
Odd Lines of Children's Slippers and Oxfords    Sale Price to Clear.
REID & YOUNG
Hit CITY IN BHIEF
Ml,
lay li visa
Wright ul Canoe,
M.iIi.imvi    I'l.,I!    f.    'If     MolBOll    iMHlk
haa, with ;...- family, lie>'ii upending .1
al   1 lali yon I lot   Spi ingB,
Dynamitci    Dillion, wbo  tried    to
blow up part  ol  the Welluml   canal
may . Irom Kingston peu
itentlary.
The Misses Mi Li an, who have noon
visiting with Mrs. McCannel, [01 the
pusi   ■ returneil borne    to
today,
Ro 111 1 riquui 1 . •' reci ivoil tbo
sad  news ol th
. ,   .a     Ilus tun,  Muss.,
c,u  Sunday  lasl.   iftii   .11,  illness     "'
lays.
A  11. .  the  Itevelstoke foul
try   and t'et  Stock Association,    will
,'entng, J til)   ■•''.
.u ti,. 1 .;.. li.,... . umnienuing al i
p.m. A., mi. 11.mmi >. an ; tuose » uliug
to bei , iers, are request •■  ■■
attend.
Miss Neil rmerly I
..   .UlbU   bailor}',   IUUI    WUO
I.-    ...
...I   . 1      M   ..        .11.
.. an     .   1 .
•* ■    :..., ied  11       '   .    :: ulll       a
...   WUi
.. tucked
a    ij laws.
uuuuuuicu
 cn nib
uppeul     in
■
turned the mid
.;>   to      thr
.,:    ll.
■
•    ■
'
Preser >yi>TG Season
I'm I'n m 1 \ itiK I'ruits we liniiille only the best. Ifyou wish to pro-
cun- such fruits n^ cuinot be beaten eitbei in quality ur price, »c
woulil advise you l" place your onlerwith us. We will guarantee de-
livi ry "l .ill orders tuken.
PUU1TJAUH AM) liCl.l.KUS
'll.i. seuson vve arc liuiKlliug the celebrated Mason l-'ruii Jars in Pints,
Quarts nutl half gallons. These Jars require 110 comment. They are
I'.u excellence.
A. HOBSON,
MacKenzie Avenue
Vou Who Are Constantly Travelling
What Protection Have Vou in Oaso ot ACC1DLNT By Sea or turd ?
Drop in and we uiil explain uur Improved Gold llond
Accident I'olicy, double liability, ouly costing fit) a year,
fo,UUU on life nml ^lU.OOU duuble liability, paying fJ5.UU
weeklj indemnity.
KOOTENAY  AGENCIES  LIMITED
.
- i      to
-    ■
imerous
■
'
1
■
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.1. r.  Forde,    government  1
is  paying  nti  official  visit   ; 1  Nelson
iin,1 district  tins week.
M SS   Kinina   .M< 1 nt   1   ..... 1        t ,..'
l:  .     1:    .1.   Mi llll     1 ,-is.l 11.: a  . li
1.1   Mrs.  Duvis, in  1,. .m,,..,„.
The Uuui terlj
.\letliim .....  in,
lUJ    BV( li  I.. IUI]
, .11 -.'lla. 1
V.   li.   ll..
ary   inu
years,  bas
lu      til,' All,'MM   ■      ■
llll'lll.
ni.ii 1, 1 il  1 :.■   I', in
I.t'l.,       mn.!,'      .. '   ■
Puree Valley   in.
week.
I    ■
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■
m
■
\ .ct'.r Hornless Machines i; from
(20 upwards, Bdison PhonographB,
from Jl'J.iu upwards.—Hi'velstjke
M'isii'   Store,   McKenzie Avenue.
in . -    John's     I'resby i.m ian 1 b
ts   Will   Ue   .—
.      \   e .in,,'. ■ [', [em m   , even
m."     lu
Uu ..■
1 1 -
L't lUtlS    Will
Hui
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■	
Preserving Pointers
Labelling Most fi nil requires u In
inl nn ih. jm nut ns Information to
you, t li.i, pre,' mi ves, su to speak, bul
un :i precautionary me,inure uKiiiuHi
those occuslons when the man ul Uie
house   goes un  a monilug   limit luf Ins I
favorite toast   rellbti, ;ii   whii li  t mos |
lie   iH   i|iut,'   I,,'ihi.'   iu  leave a   trail   Ol
seven  ur  moro opened  sealers  beulud
Imn  before ho locatu   tho grape jelly.
1,ub.'is stick beBt while tlie bottles
are still hot, su it is woll tu keep
paste handy, Ulll' mothoi'H were ae
oustomed tu qtilto rocklossly use
white 1,1 ogg (ut tins purpose, hut
nowadays when oggs is eggs we can'l
aJIord BUch an extravagance There
is nothing to equal photographers
pasta fur ehonpneHS ami oxcelloucu as
every une kuuws who liu,inks an 1
mounts their pictures.
Warm tt cup, drop Into it some
lunil'. u( Iiiiui.Uy starch, soften them
with n lillie luke u.i rm waler, then
avid latbei slowly Just enough boil
iiik water i" cook  the Btni'cb     Iuto
11 paste,    This call   ne kepi   handy and
MS  ''I     lul'     IIMMil ll    .
if labels are written with indelible
pencil they become plainer with
dampness  Instead  "i   blurring  as  ink
is apt lu ilu. Utile ihem all al nine
ua a shoo I  ui note    paper   an,I    cul
tl'l'lll     nil     iis     11.'Mill!,I.
Black ('unnuts nre probably the
only fruit lu which water musl he
added iu making jelly a.-, tlie Juice is
tuu  thick   tu strain othot'Wlso,
duel I'uii'alii Wine ean he made
from the ji'llv pulp. Turn it back
into the preserving kettle, c6ver well
with watei' an,1 hull twenty minutes,
keeping it wed stirred tu prevenl
burning.  Stralu through cheesecloth,
un.l add une eup uf nugar to eaeli
pint of liquid. Ilml again, then put
away in tightly corked bottles.
factory, whieh has reeently heen assisted  hy  a loan  ol   L lilllli    from    tlie
govornmont.     The   principal portion
,,f the machinery,     whieh haa     heen
specially Imported, is already oroobod
Apropos th,. above, it may lm    of
interest, to state that, a private lull
bus already lieen iutroilueed iuio the
Union lariiaiiu'iit., whieh, if passe,!,
will make the giving of robaics .uul
s'ei, t commissions in mercantile
transactions lllogal, an.l render ihe
paities conoewiotl liable lo a line uul
oxoeodlng £611, 'I'he hill, it is under
stood, is mainly dirooteta, against the
iuu.leused null; and par.illia trude, in
euunei'tioii with which, it is alleged
11 system uf rebates is adopted hy the
iiiiue uiiiui'iii ml manufacturers i»
order t.o destroy competition In those
particular lines, and create a monop
oly.
FISHING
TACKLE
SPORTING
GOODS
•
Atirdcis Timbermen
"In my opinion," said Mr. Hans
Dierks, of Kansas Oity, Mu., last
night at the Hutel Vancouver, "the
hest timber of the southern Btates
will he s.iwe.l into lumber within ihe
next ten years. Of rourso there is
scrubby, Becond growth timber tbut
we will still he using lur twenty
years longer, hm. from my observation after many years in the timber
industry, the i.est. will le gone In ton
years.
"When the timber in the south is
gone," continued Mr. Ilierks, " we
must luuk tu tlu- northwestern states
and likewise when that is being saw
ed up. ue will luuk towards the lum-
ber mills of lint.sii Columbia to sup
ply ui, down south. 'I Inu is Inevitable
as the outcome w, the demand ut pros
.nt .ui the lumbering Industry, This
■ iui,uul  iui     lumbering    is    growing
,    and   every   ye.11    we   nre   sav.
more   timher.    -
" \,i   th,'  timher  holders uf  lu it. h
' ('.'Iiiiui,,.1  need t" do tu become wi I-
Is tu hold tight  tu their    limits
as : be  timber down soutb     he -
curcoi   tho t Imber ol I his pro
row   :n   value."
M:    Dierks  is une uf the best known
' tilted States.    1 le
Interested In    British
■' i'   lu reply to .1 ques
: ability  "i ins buy
mits  un   Vancouver
be Bai 1    he
■ M'.uis. ll tu undei •
HI   Ins  suns,
' might    buy
i   like  .a  th.s    prov-
a
I
ii        ,,(
-l.it I'S.
tipying
■
must
liiiiiiiys us
McClary's famous onamolled proserv
illg   kettles,   ~ll   per   eenl.   discount   uh
[ur une week at lloiirue llios.
liny  a preserving  kettle at   Bout ne
Urns,   next   week   ainl   save   money.
\l tolltlott    plen  e     He    .Mine    an.l    see
us  hefore  placing     your    insurance,
whether it. is lire, life, accident. Sick
ness, Ihlelity or guarantee, Hm nun
punii's, records ami terms cannot ba
hoiiton. Any Information you may
require will he pleasure for us 10
give. We are open un Saturday ev
enlngs from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Itevel
stoke General agencies, Ltd.
See Bourne Bros, window of     pre
serving kettles,   HO  per  relit,   discount
for  one  week.
Summer Camp
Commencing from the Tth August,
and until ihe l-l h, lhe Mi 1 liotlisl
cburcb summer Bchool, uil! he iu session at Tappen, B.O. The mornings
will he dovoted in the ,.' ■ I. o' Missions,  Sunduy school  wo'k, Temper-
iuui' nml Moral  Reform  1     .;,,.,,,
Problems; the afternoons ...11 he >.iv-
en over to recreation, bathing 'u.i-
ing, lishing nnd other amusements ct n
lie Indulged in. the eaaip site being
admirably chosen 111 ilus respect close
iu 1  uf tlie rtnost   beaches    In    the
province, at the     same tl    within
easy reach uf the railway; it is intended ibal the mornings shall ho
.lies, and the afternoons and oven-
taken up with stiltabid recreative stu-
lugs enn i.e devoted     to the   enjoy
meuts uf ihe ramp. Krom the list
of those who habe already Bignlued
their intention of being present, the
camp promise- to he a great success,
an.l a good social time is assured to
overyone who ran attend.
guns
AMMUNITION
We have just unpacked a complete line of Sporting
Goods of all kinds. Mr. Fisherman! don't forget to
inspect our stock of Fishing Tackle. When you see it
you will say. "BEST IN TOWN."
Revelstoke Hardware Co., Ltd.
Dealers in all kinds of the Hest Hardware
Agents for Gurney Chancellor Ranges and Minerva Paints
COMING EVENTS
Soptembor 28—Rip    Van    Winkle,  nt
the   Knipress   theatre.
October 7—Managing Mildred Opera
Co.,  impress theatre.
Week commencing October 8—Gladstone  Sisters ami  tOdna  Itamlall.
October 28—The Missouri Uul at Knipress theatre,
WANTED
Notice to Advertisers
All changes of adds must  he    left
ut  this  ulii' ne   lull   day und  a bulf
nt leu 1 before publication day. Parties frequently come In just as wo
are going to press ami want au ail
changed      Which   will   take  au   expert
printer bulf a day to change. Tho
public me quite unreasonable in all
matters pertaining to the printing
business. Such ns bringing in un 01-
for job work uud wanting ii in 1111
hour's time.    In  order to provide for
mis appearing in issue wanted, our
patrons must hnvo ud copy ut this
office as above BpecSed.
ROOM TO ItKNT—I huve a nicely
furnished room to rent, on Third
street, one block from McKenzie
avenuo, quiet house. Apply to Mull
1 Ui aid Office,
POR ItlvNT—Seven lloom Houso, full
Blue concrete  basement,  Imtli room,
with all modern Improvements, Apply to I'.U. Uox (66, or call at Mr.
il. Sobullcr's residence, Seventh
street.—
POR ItKNT—Wo hnvo two houses on
Second  street,  west,  for 25.50 uud
$30.    Also  II room  house  on      Sixth
street     at $80.     These Iioiihcs buvc
all modern conveniences,  Kooteuuy
Agencies,  Ltd.
MUSIC—Miss Johnson, pupil nl A.
Miller. K.lt.A.M.. l.uudon, is prepared to tako n limited number of pupils for tuition in music. Por terms
apply ut the residence of J. K.
Jobnion, first house west of the hospital.  Kirst street.
iu Export Butter
■
Bews' Drug Store
EGYPTIAN COLD C1EAM
ir. Jar for 36c. and
a Silk Fan thrown in.
TRAILING ARBUTUS
Talcum Powder  a ii<-
lightful  fine powder
 25C.  A  TIN
THERMOS BOTTLES «""'«•
I'n,:-    •'    I). $1.7    M.00.
Qtl.     ti.
I.tin. li K'i      -    I     trie] n;
HIGHLAND LINEN BOND
RAJAH LINEN
Tom Tit Style Pens ---$1.00
\ ver) large ".lock "I liouks
,ii prii i", i urrenl Ihrm
uni the U'f
Ofnci  Supplio!
I ilm.   h
bews THE REXALL STORE bews
Smart Clothing for Summer Month
ill     ' ■■    '■ IF'I   HATS    in latest
ni'i
Wl. SPK( IAI-IZK   in    : ped
oi coi led, '
ipring Su
Di hen passim,' an ii   large
i   l patterns to sun tht i itidious,
UcKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Fit-Reform Clothing        Stetson Had Foot-Rite Shoes
FECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT
By the End of this week or first of next we
expect to be located in our new premises
recently vacated by the Revelstoke Meat
Market, where we will offer for sale a
splendid Residential Subdivision in
REGINA, Sask.
At $150.00 Per Lot
Watch the window of our new office for
large Oil Painting of Regina, and this
space for full particulars.
We Have Some Good Snaps in Revelstoke Houses
J. B. WATSON REALTY COMPANY
LochI Agency, Home Loan and Contract Co.
E. G. FOLEY. Manager, MacKenzie Avenue
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