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For ease of operatiorTand
perfection in results it is
unsurpassed.     Price. .$(501
i Interior Publibimig.Co., Ag ?.
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PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS
Vol. 17-No. 36
REVELSTOKE. B. C. MAY 13, 1911
$2.50 Per Year
PA!NT£VARNI3HE
OILS,BRUSHES.&c
PUT IT ON TO LAST
BRIGHTEN UP YOUR HOUSE. WHAT'S THE USE
OF LIVING UNLESS YOU ENJOY LIFE 7
GOOD PAINT WILL ALSO KEEP YOUR HOUSE
FROM ROTTING. IT IS AN INVESTMENT AS WELL AS
A LUXURY.
ASK YOUR GOOD WIFE IF SHE DOESN'T WANT
THE HOUSE NEWLY PAINTED. YOU OW E SOMETHING
TO HER. REALLY. DON'T YOU 7
L
awrence
Harare Co. Ltd
Plumbing and Tinsmithing
ismmmtmrntmrnm^fflm^amfrm.™
Imperial Bank of Canada |
Head Office—Toronto, Ontario.
CP.R. MECHANICAL MEN
WILL BE HERE III JULY
H. H. Uaughan and brant Hall
Signify Their Intention of
Visiting Here
Although Llic mechanical men ol
ihe C.P.R, cannot at present see
ilu-ii   wa)   clear  to  visit   Revelstoke,
ii is qu vhirni Umi they will not
"i.*i ti "i*. thia point entirely, On the
receipt ol the belegram ol laBt week,
Mayor Hamilton wired back another
message to Mr. Vaughan expressing
the regret ol himself, the Board ol
Tra lo ami the citizens generally that
these nicn coalil nut see their way
clear t" accept the invitation extended, Tin- message was a short onu
anil to the point. In it was a tunc
oi genuineness that went home, nml
it elicited Irom Mr. Vaughan the
assurance that he himself would lilt,'
to come here and would do so in
thc very near future. This assurance came in reply to the follow up
telegram sent to thc .Mayor, as follows:—
.Mayor Hamilton, Rovelstoke,—
Hope to he able to accept yonr kind
invitation some time in July, when
Mr. Grant Hall and myself expect to
visit Kevelstoke.
II. II. Vaughan.
Mr. Vaughan is at present in Winnipeg attending the meeting of the
meiii.uiio.il men of I lie 1.1'.It., ami
it was from there ihis encouraging
message was sent.
It is a well nnilersior.il [act that
the C.P.R. is looking around for .'
location for ear shops in the west.
Hevelstoke may be the point that
will be eventually decided upon, bu:
if not it is quite probable that in
llu* i vent of auxiliary car shops In
lug required this city will stand a;
good a show as any lo get them.
Some Inducement Bhould he give i
these men when Ihey come, to locate
these auxiliary shops here. Town;
j :*inl cities on th.' prairies are offering
acres free in order lu get the shop*
and it. should he a matter of much
consideration between naw and July
as tu jast what Inducements can b*i
offered such enterprise.
Capital Authorized
Capital Subscribed
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
$10,000,000.00
5.575,000.00
5 330,000.00
5,bc.v,. 00.00
MINE REAL COMPLETED
Branches nr Agents at all principul points inJOanada,
Agents in Urwu Britain and United States—London, England,
Uoyda Bank, Limited.    Chicago-First National Bank, Oorn Exchange National Bank.   .SnatUe—Seattk* National Bank,   San Fran-  m
Cisco*-Wells Fargo Ncvmia  National B ml,     Spokane—Exchange  |
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of $1 and upward,  received, und  intorest allowed at
jjg current rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
PRIME PRIZE BEEF
Have you ordered your favorite cutting from thc
Beef awarded First Prize at Calgary Spring
Stock Show and purchased forour Revelstoke trade.
p. £ums $ Company. £td.
Final Payment Made to tiie Duncan United Mines
Nelson,     May     HI.—Uy a paymeti
slightly  iu excess ol $10,000,     bein :
ihe final  payment on the old Dunes i
United     Mines bond, the     Kooteni
.Mines,  i. nui id, have become the nl
solute owners ol tht  Famous Granite
I'oormnu property, near Kelson. Thi
bond was given some \e.iis ago   b;
the  Duncan  I'nited  Minis,  Limited t i
Thomas Gougb,  who associated wit
himself J.  P. Swedberg and' K.    E,
Guille, and through a very successful
period ot operation of the     property
:  was gradually  reduced.  Then on   Jai .
l last, tbe Kootenay Sold Mines, Lt .
took     over the holdings ol     Messr I
Cough,  Bwedberg and Guille,     for .-.
cash payment and stock,  the buluni
still due was assumed  by  the       ne
company.     The making of the    tin:
payment  terminates a most interest
Ing period in the history ol tbis fan
ous producing gold property which 11
now  without incumbrance and whicl ,
' with the new capital available und   '
the new order, Is to be subjected    to
yet more extensive development.
servative Government regarding the
Coal Mines Regulation Act. This was
followed by a suggestion to form a
eoinmitt.ee to outline a plan ol organization for Vancouver Island to he
carried out by Hawthornthwaite. As
soon as lhe suggestion to form a
committee was made he immediately
stated that it seemed to him he had
lost llie confidence of the local and
that he would resign his membership, stating that, he was alright anyway. (In being asked If ho had always recelvod a fail- ainl square deal
from bis local, or ii Iim could name
one occasion on which he had not j
been treated fairly he replied that he
had alwayH been shown every consideration and been treated as .veil as
any man could wish to be treated by
uny set of men, stating thai lie could
nil rise above his environment and
that ha belonged to the bourgeois. ,
The lollowing weok he made a state-,
menl on the floor' of the legislature, '
that this would probably he the last
speech he would make in the House.
As a result he wns asked tu attend
a special business meeting uf the
party and explain his position. To,
this Mr. IlawthorntliwaiiT replied in
elleMt that he hud no further explanation to offer, thnt he did not intend
to run for the Dominion house and
thai lie was simply trying to attend
to Ilis own private business. He added that he would resii;ii his position
in the Provincial legislature.
"Ii youi* local," siid lie, "will give
me the date when it desires the
speaker should take action tu lill the
seat 1 will date my official resigna-
tion in accordance and do all I can
to help elect your nominee."
Despite this promise Hie committee
iin- been unable to liud any trace of
Mr. Hawthornthwaite's resignation
of his seat in the legislature. So far
as they can ascertain, he is still a
member, and in no hurry to resign.
"In regard to Ilim Ramming this
Local," says the report "we wish to
state that in our opinion he did not
possess sutliei.-nt ability tu ilu su as
he found out on various occasions
when with all his ability and his
bourgeois education he failed to hold
his own willi a coal miner in discussing proletarian monistic philosophy,
and ni discussing Boclalogical ques -
tions he proved himself a novice in
the use uf the dialects."
After reviewing all the circumstances and sen inu* fcrth the ellorts made
by the Socialists to elect Mr. Hawthornthwaite, the committee tiuds that
he has not lived up to his obligations, and says in conclusion: —" In
the estimation of the committee this
local has nothing lu take back anil
further state that in their opinion .1.
H. Hawthornthwaite by his double
dealing and treacherous actions has
demonstrated that he is an enemy to
ilu* revolutionary working class interests and the committee as members uf this local and members of
the tevolutlouary working class warn
'in class against this man— James
Hurst Hawthornthwaite."
The report will be given the widest
possible publicity through the Socialist press of the world."
Children's  Straw  Hats
All sizes, all shapes, all prices.
The best Assortment in the city
to choose from. Come in and
get  your  Summer   Hats  here.
Mrs. A. & Crick, • First Street
SPECIAL.   SEED    PRICES
Duti-h Onion Sets, per Ib. -        -    L6e
Nasturtium Sweel !'- -         -         60c
Manful, per Ib.    - 30c
Yellow Top Swede Turnips -        -        30c
A  good assort ii ifii i of garden  innl   flower
scrds tu pick I'limi. also eastern seed potatoes,
John  McIntyre & son
Phone—98
SOCIALISTS DISPLEASED
Bring in Report Strongly Condemning Hdwllior.ithwaite
Niilliillii* m    M,i>     I.    K* 'i      onii'   ino*
tiis considerable Irlction ins exist :
between the Provincial Socialist let*
der, J.H. Hawthornthwaite, M.I..A
mnl the Nanaimo looal of the Social
:.-t party of run.nlu, of which he has
been a member, un Friday last the
Nanaimo local made un official announcement  to  the elTect  that      Mr,
Hawthornthwaite hud resigned      his
membership in thc local  on February
16 last, und thnt a committee bud
:, mu appointed   to   Investigate   the
in * "i bli resignation, On Bnnd iy
lust this committee submitted its report which vvnc unanimously adopted.
The report is addressed to the
Nanaimo Local ol the Socialist Vm-
iv ol Canada, and Iti u.ncrni tone is
rather  hostile    to    Mr.   ll.iwtliornth-
it Ki'tn forth that Mr. ll* tf-
iii. nntb.v. un*    undertook to organ Ih
Vancouver Iiland lor the   Boctall t i,
bul   did  DOl   devote  himself with nny
Dthutiaem to the work.
"On February 16, UU," contiati
the report. "Hawthornthwaite WU
criticized (or congratulating tbe Cou*
MAN WHO DISCOVERED
DIAMONDS IN B.C. HERE
F. L Churchill, Not a Prospector
But a Lumber Man—A Rich
find ot Platinum
During the past several,months the
whole uf the Dominion and the British Empire has been reading of the
discovery of diamonds iu Dritish
Columbia, and as u consequence all
eyes of the mining world are turned
towards this great provlnco with its
vast natural anil mineral resources.
The possibilltiles ure conceded to be
Kl'cat,  and the trek  to the Tiiluiucen
district has commenced.
But little, however, is said or
known of the man who made the lirst
discovery of precious stones. His
name is P. I,. Churchill und his home
is in Rossland. Yesterday ho was
in the city, and contrary to what.
might be expected, he is not unduly
puffed up by his great discovery, but
is rather of a quiet retiring disposition. He is not in the generally-understood meaning of the word a prospector, but has so far devoted all
his life to the timber industry. Now
and again when he has a few hours
or days off ho treks to the mountains and with pick and shovel, or
with a few laborers, di,;s a hole here
and there to seo just what the big
piles of rock contain. In that inspect he may be considered a prospector, and it was while on one of
these holiday jaunts he run across
the minute specimens ol glittering
charcoal that has so exercised tue
world at large. He did not I.now
when he was handling a huge cnunk
of heavy ore that somewhere within
its hidden depth the sparklers wasted their dazzling glitter, but tliey
were there all tbe same. Pevoral
months after he had ilug out. this
chunk of ore and bad sent it to Mr.
G. \V. Brock, director of geological
survey at Ottawa, the good word
came back that "besides some gold
and platinum, which we have obtained in the peridotitc of tho Tula-
meen we have found diamonds. '
Mr. Churchill, however, is not much
on diamonds.      He wears a few    but
that  is  as  far  us  it  goes.   His  long
suit  is platinum, and the report from
I Mr. lirock also gave him the encour-
USED AXE AND KNIFE
Hindoos Set I'pon Compatriot
and Injure Him Terribly
rr.inhrook, Mny 12.*—A Hindo named Jagah Singh, wns chopped up
with an axe and slashed with a knilo
at Warilner yesterday, by three other
Hindoos. He went, to superintendent
Manning ol the C.P.R. mill here and
asked for a job, and when they found
out that he applied to Mr. Manning
instead of to tlie Hindoo foreman the
foreman, Blrvan Singh, Jalla Blngh,
and Tolo Singh, jumped on him. One
of them hit Inm on the neck with an
axe, and nlso on the hand, aial an
oilier slashed Ins louhead with a
knife.
The  victim  and  his assailants  were
brought to Cranbrook this morning,
by provlnolal constable Adney, of
Gardner, while tho injured man was
taken   to   the   Im   pltal   and   the   three
were lodged In Jail,
This is the second case of the same
kind within two weeks, and tlie Ilin
don foreman and Jalla Sinih were
nlRo the alleged assailants iu tlie
other case.
HOUSE TO  ADJOURN.
Ottawa, May in.—in thc Commons
iin- afternoon Bit Wilfrid Laurier an
nounced thai tho house would adjourn in  May :"  .nnl  reassemble    on
September 18th,    Interim supply will
iie Voted to cany on the adiiiini* 11 a
tion up to September,
Don'l forget the Knights of Pythias
Ball, May 2,'lrd, 1911, No cftort is
being spared to make tint, tin* event
of the season. Tirkclii $1.5(1 per
couple, extra lady fiOc.
Winnipeg bonds arc selling well ou
the London market.
Moving Pictured Tonight.
| aging information tiiat this rock
I contains at least three ounces of
platinum to the ton. "Figure it out
for yourself," said Mr. Churchill,
"platinum is worth $411 all ounce and
three ounces to the ton means $120.
Well, it will cost lis »:' per ton to
mine the ore, so you sec thc big pro-
lit that can be made mining this
product."
Iln the claim from which this rich
ore conies there is a lead of from .10
to .miii feet in width and one and a
half miles in length, and Mr. Churchill hus also staked two other claims
ill the immediate vicinity as well as
having a bond on six claims adjoining. He reports that sinre the good
word of this strike became known,
that claims arc being staked for
miles around and things are looking
bright for the opening up of the big-
Tcsl  nuning district ill 11. 0.
Mr. Churchill nlso has iron mining
claims at Rossland, and with him in
this enterprise is associated Mr. (.'.
A. Barnum of this city. This property
is at the head ol Sullivan Creek near
Rossland, and the ore ia abundantly
rich in iron. Kor the development of
this cluim Mr. Churchill will organ -
ize a company, and will put in
stamp and diamond mills on thc
property.
The Blmllakeen Star iu a report on
the plaliniim  property writes:—
"lu a letter expressing thanks for
Star and map, Chas. Causell, geologist, writes from Ottawa that 'the
■ample chronlte from which the diamonds    were    obtained also yielded
platinum und gold.     This is llie lirst
time I have been able to sec tbc platinum iii solid rock. . . . Practically
all ihe diamond! obtained arc clear
and white, apparently excellent gem
itonos, if wc can only find them big
inough ami there is no reason why
'.ic should not.' "
The Rossland Miner says:—
"F, I,. Churchill, of Rowland, has
just returned lo the city from a
fifteen      days'    trip  in  the   Kalanii'i'ii
mountains, where platinum and diamonds have recently been discovered.
On a prospect, owned  by I'M.. ('Inin*
lull ami .i. it. Crunstoii. thr; governmenl    assayer has found the ore to
run  ,'i;   oz.   of   platinum  and        some
diamonds of great value, There
has been a big boom in ibis iountry
and great coal Holds hapo been discovered al Colemount, sixteen miles
Irom ihe platinum claims, A large
mountain of what is supposed to be
gypsum  orr  was  also found, and    on
iini Mr. Churchill holds options."
'I'he property on which Ihis Hnd has
imih located, Is ten miles west ofthe
Otter Hats on thc west side ol Tuln-
ineen river, and Is In tbo Cl.N.ll. survey of tho Olivooo mountain,
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Garden Tools
Wire   Netting,   Fencing,   Screen    Doors   .-uul
Windows,   Rubber Hose,   Sprinklers,   etc.    Carpen-
foolsand General Hardware.
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SPORTING   GOODS
Basoball and Lacrosse Goods,  Fis-hing Tackle,
the best stock ever in town.
ARM AM) GARDEN SEEDS
MAY   AM)   FEED
ill- LINE OF GROCERIES
Bourne Bros.
^Hardware, Stoves, Plumbing..
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USE
Swift's Blood and Bone Fertilizer
To increase your yield of Garden Produce, Fruits, Etc., Etc.
SOLE   AGENTS
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
High Class Mi.m
Phone 251
'URVEYORS
P. O. Box 181
Housewife's Favorite Brands
Robin Hood Flour
Jacob's Dublin Biscuits
Bell Blend Tea
Bell's   No. I Java and Mocha Coffee
G. W. BELL
P. O.  Box 208
GROCI R & BAKER
Phone No. 23
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DON'T   GET   CAUGHT.
'I'l,.'  latett swindle  worked      by    u
■harper  In one ol the cities ta an apt
Illustration ••!     tlm ability "1 dcad-
beat  (,ik;is tu catch Dot only       th
Ignorant   bUl   all   "thers   who ur.'  not
constantly on cuard. Thi-j iwlndlet
walked Into a jewelry store and selecting a 1125 watch, left a cheque
lur $600 mi an out of-town Lank, with
Instruction! that thc watoh be regulate! nnd Hun be would come alter It
and hia change a week later. On re
turning ha was Informed that his
cheque waa no good, "Well, that's
■tn nge," he said, "it's tho second
, time tho hank has dono that on me,
Uut baa's   your money     for   your
i watch." He counted out -$125 in currency and started for the door. "Oh,
yes," he laid, turning around, "you
had better give me that cheque." It
was willingly banded over to him. Ou
the back was the jewelry's endorsement. With this the man went to
Ihe bank, cot It cashed, and waa
[level   heard  of afterwards.
WILL 0PPO8H NE TEMERK.
Toronto, May ;».—A powerful or-
Mon to embrace the whole oi
Canad will likely be lormel her.'. Its
"bjert is to meet thc machinery o(
thc Catholic church with an equally
powerful Protestant combine *liicll
will stand firm In oppositln to Uif
decree Na Tenure. PATrmUY, MAT 13, 1911.
I'HE  iL^-A.ini-IIElR.A.LID,  REVELSTOKE
%,\?c flDaiMbevalb
P0BU8HBD   WKDSB8DAH  AND
8ATQR0AV  AT
REVELSTOKE. B,   C.
Jntcrtoc pubttsbinfl Compans,
Limited
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SATURDAY,  MAV   13,   1911.
On ti.- first daj ol Juno thc census
enumerators will be uu their rounds
to every ho..- .   p inlic builuiug,  (au
l   : j   .,:. .   *•*,■: t.     ti   p   iu   the City.  The
lot being taken lor       tho
I .:;   -•    ol  assi .--.-iiii'iii   oi   taxation,
out simply tu compile a useful list oi
.....-.* a availaule to the govern
[oi   pui p ises ol comparison unu
mderful advance   thai
must have taki p place In Canada inning tbt* past t.ii years.     So it is up
: * you to ii.*..   these census enumer-
• - as your li iends aud give them
everj inloi mation In your power, so
aa to ensure tbc speedy and ezpeditl
uu- luiailment ui their contracts with
tbe government, and ut the same
t.me place in the bands of the government the must authentic inform
atiuii possible for thuui to collect.
*i uu need not be ufruid to give the
private information asked Ior us the
enumerators are sworn to Becrecy.
Article uj 1U the instructions to cu
umeratore says:—"Kvery oihcer oi
: person employed In any capaci
'... on census woik is required to
keep inviolate tn* secrecy ol thc Information gathered by ibe enumerat
oris auii entered on tue schedules oi
forma. Any enumerator i- not per
untted to ouow Lis schedules tu any
other person, uur tu make or keep ..
copy uf them, nor to answer any
questions respecting their content?,
directly or indirectly; ami tbe same
obligation ol secrecy is imposed upon commissioners and other otticeio,
or employees ut the outside service,
us well as upon every officer, clem
or other employee ni the Census oui
cer at Ottawa. The (acts and Btai
Istics of the census may not bc usou
eicept [or statistical , ii.iipllutions,
aud positive assurance should be giv-
tn un thii pumt if a (cur is entertain
ed by auy person tbat tbey may be
used lor taiiitiuu or any other object "
it is scarcely to be supposed that
auy person in tue city will be loulisu
enough to refuse any information
u=Ked by tne enumerators. llut to
provide against sucn emergencies ibe
census and statistics act provides foi
penalties as follows:*—
46.—Every person who wilfully, or
without lawful excuse, refuses or neglects to nil up, to the best ul his
knowledge and belief, any schedule
wnicu be bus been required to uli
up ny any enumerator or uihei person employed in the execution of mis
At. or refuses or neglects to sign
-ii.M. deliver up or otherwise return
and as required, or
makes, signs, delivers or returns, or
causes to be made, signed, deliverea
or reiurneu, any wilfully false answer
or statement us to uny mattei specified in suci, schedule, shall incur a
penalty nol exceeding one tiuit.ii.--1
dollars and not less tlian ten dollars.
47.—Every  pel sou   who,   without elu-
cuse. refuses or neglects to answer or
who ivillullj  answers ialsely any ques
i-   lor obtaining any    informal ght   iu respect    to    ihe
(ecu o: th;s Act, or pertinent there
to, wbicb bas been asked of him by
.. v -.numerator or other person em-
i ;n tbe execution of this Act,
shall, lur every such refusal or neglect ur wilfully false answer, incur
a pti.a.;y not exceeding hlty dollars
and not less than u\e dollars,
1* -Every person who otherwise,
•*.t:. ... excuse, refuses ur neg
lects ' furnish information required
of him under this Act, ur willully
give*, false information or practices
any :hereunder,  shall   incur
a penalty not exceeding one hundred
dollai,- and not less than ten d
So icoui agi iim nt
has
try than  li offered  I
>l     the
■ ,' ment Annul I       \ •
which inim uslj ed
i* •:. Hi isi
While ;■■■.■   resident maj
purchase,  the  Acl
tu enable     wag
with Umitu
lately Bale aa for thi
yi ii■ "i life in a <•■■ .
impossible to make unJ'-i any other
conditions available. Kcr example.
a mechanic, whose weekly wage ia
but a little larger than Iiim weekly
expenditure, is, by paying fl n week,
purchasing Annuities for bla two
yt aged j und 7, the annuitic to
become payable at 60. Prom that
t.me aa long as tbey live a yearly
Income of -$547.7(i and J4'J7.7S ro -
epectively will lie paid them by the
government. If they die before they
are 60, he money paid lu will be
refunded to then bens together with
three per cent, compound interest. So
that for a total of J2,»0,*i to be paid
In an income combined of $1,045.64,
or greater than the income to bc
derived Irom an invcatmenl ol J**i||v
000 b1 Svt i er cent., would ba re-
pjlved.    'Jitie wie Lhiuf is Itasiblu Ioi
a man even with a very limited wage
while the other would be quite im-
possible for him. Taking advantage
of the low rate to be obtained when
Uie children are young is what parents should ui in at—tho children
w.iuUi .any the payments themselves
as soon us they are able.
What a payment of 25 cents or 50
centB a week Would purchuse at any
age may be ascertained upon application iu S. T. Bastedo, Superintendent of Canadian Governmenl Annul -
ties, Ottawa, to whom letters go
free of postage,
Tho extent to which Dritish Columbia timber resources are occupying
tho attention of Uritish and foreign
Investors is eucctlvely demonstrated
in the announcement thai on Empire
Pay thc London Times will treat tho
subject exhaustively In a special
cilil uai. The article will b,* written
by ll. Perry Robinson, who is regarded as The Thumb' greatest auth
ority on social and economic ques
tions, Mr. Robinson's recent visit
to this province fur tile pin pose of
securing the necessury data was nol
the lirsl time lie gazed upon our
magnificent heritage of forest, lie lirst
visited tho coast twenty-eight years
ago,   before   Vancouver  was  in  exist
There lives an editor iu Interior
Pennsylvania, Jim Sweeney by name,
who lias a keen sense of humor. Seeking to Increase bis fortune, Sweeney
once wrote to a prospective advertiser, setting forth In attractive fash -
ion the value of his paper as a medium of publicity. The advertiser
was captivated by Sweeney's letter,
but, desirous ol more specific iissur -
iincc before he invested his mooey
he wrote to Sweeney, saying he had
not beard of the Trumptown Sentinel. "Where dors it circulate'.'" he
asked. And In his Illuminating wuy
Sweeney wrote buck: "The Trumptown Sentinel circulates in Europe,
Asia. Africa, North and South America, and its just about all 1 can do
In keep it from going to hell."
For making quickly and perfectly, delicious hot biscuits,
hot breads, cake and pastry
there is  no  substitute  for
CREAM
BAKING POWDER
Sixty Years the Standard
Made from pure Grape
Cream of Tartar
No Alum—No Lime Phosphates
"I am  entirely opposed lo the use ol nlum ln
Baking Powders."—Prof. Chandler, Columbia Univ.
Read the Label
" Alum, sodium alum, basic aluminum sulphate,
sulphate ol aluminum, all mean the same thing —
namely. BURNT AI.IM."- fvun.w.v State Board of Health.
place Nelson has grown during     the
ust few years'.—Victoria Colonist.
AN INNOVATION
Wel! Known firm Adds New Department io Its Business
Extended activity on the part ol
the principal business Arms ol Van-
I cornier is us much a tribute to the
growth of the city as to their own
onterpi-lse, and lor this reason it is
interesting to note certain changes
nn.l enlargements recently made by
the well known in vestment lirm of
Dow, Fraser ■£- Co., Ltd.. of Cambie
street.
Pounded   in   1900,  this  firm's  business bas shown  marked growth        in
Hear   Editor   Roughneck-Kudosing recent  years, so that  the sum of its
some      nice advice.      Ut it saturate   varied  activities Is now  quite consid-
your  pharaslcial  soul.      You        mis- crable.  In addition  to real       estate.
orable slug of sanctilied slober.-The <"■•' department  after another       has
,;ril(,t.IX •• I i   added   until   today   Uow,   Fraser
'"Pharaslcial" is good, und su is & Co. opetate a banking department
"slober." - We presume thev meant "> which money is accepted on de-
"pharlsaical" and ■slubber." Evi- >"'*"- *"l'i"<', '" check' saf",v ,1uf"
dently the shoe pinched, and " The P°»'t vaults, a department lur the
drafters" as tbey are pleased to
themselves, just hud to flinch
squeal under our remarks on
real   estate   question   in   our  last
I'lK Til THK EDITOR.
The solemn truth stings hurd and
causes a big squeal. Some Illiterate
beggar skulking in some corner of a
local hotel whn was tuu mean to
sign his name, clipped Mr. l.uwrcnce's
poetry on "Mind Your Own Bus;
less" from our issue of May tith und
sends it to us with the follow,ng
note attached:—
purchase and sale nf municipal debentures nnd Industrial stocks, aa
well as discharging the judiciary du-
DRUNKHNNESS
4
CAN    IHO   i'l 111 l>
OKI Fallacy Timi Dninkenncs
Uc* Cured   Exploded.
P
un-
cnll
and
the
  IWO
issues.     Business     must    be on the
him  with  them and we,  with       our
readers, are  pleased  to note       that
they  feel  It.      Apparently  Revelstok
ers do nol  see eye to eye with these      „  m  ,....„  |rlnh \.
fellows uu the advisability ol investl   th,* i. ■    ■      ■■ *
[ng in Saskatoon property three miles
outside ol a city ol  11,600,        which
naturally would make them bi
As regards minding our own busi -
■ims-       One  ol  the  lirst   items  un  the
curriculum of a newspaper     Is
protect     the public age i st   gi
ami  that   we intend to
Such communications   *.-  the
are pie tor the editor ami are as wed
come  to  our  desk  as the    pr"'.
Bowers in May.     Moi     in rder,
provided they are legible.
ties generally undertaken by a trust
company. The latest departure of
the lirm, to which attention is now
culled, is the acquisition of the premises adjacent to its ollice on Cambie
street. In these offices a legal department bus been established with u
jproperly qualified solicitor In charge,
j whose services, the firm announces,
are at the disposal of its customers
cither in the drawing up of contracts
or agreements, In throwing light on
knotty points of law, or in uny other of the numerous ways that it is
possible for a legal adviser to assist
he public.
Another     office has been s,'t apart
and  furnished  by thc firm to be cm
ployed as a directors' board room, or
business conference    room,    which
the public are Invited freely to make
Use of without charge, the only stipulation being that notice of a     day
"i   two be given the firm of a desire
to mnke use of the room for the purpose of a meeeing. Finally it should
e  added,  a  stenographer has     been
laced  iii an adjoining room,    whose
ar vices may be requisitioned ut any
ime  in  the conference room—a voluble aid  that all  business men    will
ppreciate.      These  additional  offices
re already  furnished, and may     he
sed at  uny time.—Vancouver      Pro-
ince.
"AT IT HERE SIIICE 1900V
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NOTES  AND COMMENT
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will tend   •*   disco irage  m
or     men     ft im     using   I
when    they     warn  to  put   *■
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INSURANCE
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If you insure with * us you
insure with some of the
oldest and strongest companies in the world.
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
Insurance of All Kinds
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OTHERS W.WIIJ-BRMW.
TO HiK/ISR >OU,
DowfRASEKA! Co Ltd
BUILD UP
REVELSTOKE
Patronize
Local Industry!
GET YOUR
hi HOME
oMAIL-HERALD has new
•""    i
type and printing machinery. Our
stock §f printing papers is large
and well selected.
WE PRINT
Letterheads - Billheads - Cards
cTllenus - Envelopes - Programs
Books and Booklets - Loose Leaf
cAccount Forms Ball Programs
Wedding Stationery Memoriam
Cards - Lumber Forms     Tags, Etc.
THE INTERIOR
PUBLISHING CO., LTD,
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Agents fir the famous
EMPIRE TYPEWRITER
$60.00 Cash •SATURDAY.  MA.Y  18, 19U.
THE  M-AJEXj-HErR-A-lLID, KEVELSTOKE
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
HAVE  INSTALLED   IN   THEIR   VAULT  A   NEST  OF
SAFETY  DEPOSIT BOXES
IF  YOU HAVE  ANY
TITLE DEEDS, MORTGAGES, INSURANCE POLICIES,
OR OTHER VALUABLES
THEY SHOULD BE LODGED IN ONE OF THESE BOXES
171
FOR   FURTHER   INFORMATION   APPLY  TO
REVELSTChE    BRANCH-   F   M.  GIBSON. Hf OR
LOGGERS'   BOOTS
The Famous Leckie Loggers' Hoots aiu! our own
make a ways in stock. See our Pack Straps and
Pack Sacks.
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
Boot and Shoe Repairers,
Saddlers
Harness Makers
"■
THE MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED   1855
Capital Paid Up $4,000,000
Reserve Fund -    $4 400,000
Has 77 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in all the Principal Cities of the World.
A GENERAL BANKINO BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS     BANK   DEPARTMENT
At all Branches     interest allowed at highest current rate
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT Manager.
Under New Management.
Wm. Boyd, Proprietor
Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
The C.reatcst Health Resort on llic Continent
Natural Hot Water, 1J4 flc.'Aj*, v Ilea
Natural Hot Water in Bathe.   O       All Year
Rales from $ 12 to $ 15 Per Week
r
Have you smoked the
BALED HAVANA
If not you surely
never tried them at
McKinnon's Cigar Stnre
ASK THE DRIVER
Everybody knows him, he will
tell you lhat the whUkcys we are
telling me the beat. Cull and he
convinced, No household should
he without a supply of oui Harvey's Special Siotch Whiskey; our
Frapln Liqueur Brandy, guarantesd
:m years old or Blaokberry Brandy
for Medicinal purposes. Our stock
of choice Winn, and Liquors of all
kinds are unexeellt d. Sold by all
the leading hotels, or telephone
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Importers and Dealers In Pure Wines, Liquors, Cigars end Cigarettes
Fruit and Vegetable
Boxes and Crates
inn fin* factory is now running and
we arc iu n position to supply all kinds
of fruit and vegetable boxei and crates.
Those who have not already Bent us
their orders should do si. at once as they
are coning in Inst, anil we would like i"
deliver all orders in k1""! time" imr
boxes are equal to any on the market
anil prices can be bad on application to
8. MCMAHON, Kevelstoke, or to
THE KERNNBKJIN LUMBER COMPANV, LTD.
; ...iw'ii Arm, 13. C.
COMPANIES ACT.
Take notice that "Kincaid & Anderson, Linited" after tho expiration
ol one month Irom tho lirst publication of this notice to apply to the
Registrar ol Joint Stock Companies
to change the Company's name to
"Golden General Agencies, Limited."
Dated at Revelstoke, ll. C, this
21st day ol April, 1911.
Harvey,  MeCarter  &  Pinkham
Solicitors lor  Kincaid      and
Auiierson,    Limited.
WANTED—Waitresses for Restaurant.
Apply Windsor hotel, Laughton and
I'api'iiih'. Revelstoke, B. 0,
THE   BIG
HEMOVAL SALE OF FURNITURE
IS   NOW   ON
R. HOWSON & COMPANY
Revelstoke, B. C.
fWORLD NEWS IN^RAGRAPIJ]
A Symposium of What is Happening in
All Parts; of the World
j
Enlarged '
Rat'
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
pioved.     First-Class in every respect.    All modern conveniencei
Large .Sample Rooms.
$2.00 per day       Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke. B.C.
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably   furnished   with  the choicest the
market affords.     Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate
X.   rALBEET     STOJSTEl      PBOP
NOTICE.
Revelstoko   Land  District.
District ol West Kootenuy.
Take notice that Clarence 11.
Schock, ol Mount Joy, Pa., occupation coal merchant, Intends to apply
■lor permission to purchase the following described lands:—
Commencing at a post planted 20
chains south of the south east corner of lot 7035; thence Borth 8<J
chains, thence cast 40 chains, more
or less to the line of iho Arrow
Lakes Lumber Company's timber
limit ■!■:::::!:', tbence south CO chains
thence west 20 ohaius, tbence south
20 chains, theuce west 20 chains,
more or less to place of commencement.
Dated March 24tb,  1911.
CLARENCE H.  SCHOCK.
Ed.   McGaghrun,   Agent.
Lumb
umDermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -   Revelstoke, B. C
before buying yonr outfit nf working clothes
(or the bash, I make a
specialty of LogK-init
Shoes. Pants. Sox, Shirts
Blankets and everything
required inyour business.
E.   G.   BURRIDGE
For Sale
25-foot   Lol   and   House. Thiid .Street
JlflOO,
Three Lots on Second Street, near the
new Post Ollice, $1200.
House and Lotneav Y.M.C.A., $3150.
Two   lots   and   House, Third   Street,
$2000.
House anil Lot, Kirst Street, near the
new Post Office, $2IIKi.
55 feet on Sixth Street, $7iK).
50 feet on Victoria Road, $550.
12 Room House, Second Street, 5IJ-foot
lot, $1500.
And other first c'ass values.
Call Hnd Investigate
W. B. Robertson
Great West Permanent Loan
Company Agency
Fruit Lands
FOR SALE
(lalena Bay land? in parcels of
10 or 20 acres or en bloc. Correspondence invited.
John Shaw. Agent,
Box 616 Arrowhead
NOTICK.
Revelstoke  Land  District.
District of  West Kootenay.
Take notice  that  the  Arrow   Lakes
Tinsmith Repairs, Hot Air, Pipe j Lumber Company, Limited, intend to
apply to the Minister ol Lands      for
permission to lease thc following described lands.
Commencing   at a post planted on
and Furnace work
-WORK   8HOP-
Connaught Ave.   -   Revelstoke
TIME TO PLACE YOUR ORDER
FOR SPRING   PAINTiNG
Let  uie
nothing
thc shore line ot Upper Arrow Lake,
at a point about 737.2 leet easterly
from the South East corner of Lot
3S4, Group One, Kootenay District,
nnd marked "Arrow Lakes Lumber
,     n ,l«  Company Limited North Kast Corner
hut   first-class  work.    Duality I Post".      Thence south  into thc wat
best
considered my price is low. Tt
materials used and work done when
promised. Try me on your interior
decorating. My work is guaranteed to
please.
8IQN8- lean furnish vou with auy
kind you want. Class, brass, tin, cloth
or wood.    Get my prices.
Carriage and Wagon Painting at mv
shop iu alley back of E, J. Bourne's
Store, r'ir-,t Street.
R. Z. CRAWFORD
Residence Cor. 3rd St. and Kobsona.e
Pacific Coast
Tested Seeds
Arriving daily our new ami
fresh stock of Seeds, grown
under contract hy the bent
growers in all parts of the
world. Seeds that will give
you the best results. One trial
will convince you. Also a full
line nf garden requisites*, Im-
plemenls of all kind-; Hre
Supplies, Sprayers,Spray, and
a full line of Chick heeds and
f'onke\ 's remedies. Press the
button, we will do the rest.
M. J. Henry Nurseries
3011 Westminster Road
A. R. McDougall,    -   Manager
Vancouver. B. C.
ers of Upper  Arrow  Lake a distance
of 200 feet, thence westerly and parallel to the shore-line ol the said lake
a distanco of about 3133.2 feet   to a
point 200 feet  South from a      Point
on the shore of said lake which      Is
3133.2 feet     westerly from the southeast cornet of said Lot 384;      thence
north 200 feet to the shore line u ol
said lake,  thence easterly along   the
shore of said lake 3-133.2 feet more or
less to tbe     point of commencement
17 acres more or less.
Dated April 22nd, 1911.
Arrow Lakes Lumber
Company Limited.
Ed. McGaghran, Agent
John Lee
DRY GOODS
Manufacturer of   Ladies'
Underwear
Ladies Suits Made to Order
Fit Guaranteed
All kinds of Silk, Gingham,
Muslin,  and   Fancy
things kept in stock
Prices Reasonable P 0  Boi 206
Front St . Lower Town, Reveletoke
CEMENT BLOCKS
Uenofscttired fur ali mtsrv* nt  ballniuai
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE CLAY AND FIRE BRICK
For -»l* In UrcAnr -.mull ijt'nntHin*
nt ih«. Inw**i jirirftt f-.r c»i4.
All kl&dfl of I'll Mlntr and lilaxteriiiK
at (ler'ftken
Foote & Pradolini.
REVELSTOKE
H. B. STONEX
Practical..
Machinist
Repairs  of all  kinds   neatly done
Bicycle and Oun work a specialty
Estimates gfven on any class
of work
Front       Street.
UNION HOTEL
ARHOWHKAD, B. 0.
Special Attention given to commercial
men and tourists. Firsl-ilasx sample
rooms. Finest scenery in Krilish Columbia, overlooking Upper Arrow Lake.
W. J. Lightburne. Prop
NOTICE
In the matter of an Application (or
the issue ol a Duplicate Certilicate of
Title to Lots 1 and 2, Block 56 Town
of Revelstoke.
Notice is hereby given that it is
my intention to issue at the expiration ol one month nfter the ilrst publication hereof a duplicate of thc Certificate of Title to the above mentioned land in the name of James
Henry Armstrong, which Certiflcalo
is dated 12th December, 1904, and
numbered 403GA.
S. R.  ROB,
District   Registrar.
Land Registty Office Nelson, B. C,
May 6th, 1911. lm
Subscriptions to tho "Made ui-Can-
ada" (air, to be held in Vancouver,
amounted to 14.717.60 on May 4th.
Mr. John Munro, late of the Provincial polioe force, has been appointed warden of the Nanaimo jail.
A protest against a new hotel being erected opposite thc Y.W.C.A. ln
Vancouver, and thc granting of a license therefor has l>ecii overruled by
the  license commissioners.
A plague of sharks occurred iti tho
harbor nt Sydney, New South Wales.
Jewel robbers in Salt Luke City
shot down their pursuers after having held up a jewelry store.
Archduke John ol Austria, who disappeared iu 1890, has been declared
legally  dead  by  Vienna courts.
Fire in the Empire Palace theatre,
Edinburgh, caused the death of a
variety artist and six persons.
A decision in the state of Victoria
(Austruliu) declares that in certain
circumstances the ringing ol church
bells may bc a nuisance.
The Manitoba government bus rejected the terms otlered by the Ottawa government in securing a site for
thu new provincial  buildings.
Nelson ueeds a larger provincial
gaol ol more permanent construction
Thc second Sunday iu May has
been set aside by many organizations  in America as "Mothers Day.
The merchants of Rossland,  B.  C
will close their stores on  Wednesday
at noon, commencing May 24th.
Nelson merchants will close on
Wednesday afternoons during June,
July and August.
Guelph will abolish thc public drinking cup.
James Wallace, a resident of Belleville for 40 years, is dead, aged 56.
Vincent Abel, aged 6, was drowned
while fishing in a creek at Dunnville.
Platinum and diamonds have been
lound in the Tulamen Mountains B.
C. >
John Clark, of thc Badenoch Settle
ment, near Guelph, ia dead, aged 89.
W.R. Paynes' roadhouse, near Elk
Lake with contents, was destroyed by
Ure.
John O'Harlcy, of Woodstock aged
70, was found dead on the road near
Elmwood.
H. A. Somerville, a Montreal newspaper man, will open a school for
aeronauts.
small Hampshire town, fc-sblc, deaf
and short-sighted. She was once tho
loveliest woman in Europe.
T.P. O'Connor says that the wide
scope of thc Lloyd George insurance
scheme comes as a great surprise to
all classes in England. Tho proposal  is almost universally endorsed.
The settler- coming into Canada at
Gretna have to pay higher rates if
tbey load on the C.P.R. at Gretna
thnn on thc G.N. at Necbe, N.D.
Arrangements are being made in
England to extend a hearty welcome
to the Kaiser and the Kaiserin on
their coming, visit.
The power question of Springlkdd
municipality, interesting to Trans-
cona in particular, is safe for another month.
President Diaz, of Mexico, has announced that he will resign as soon
us peace has been restored in bis
country.
Several bridges on the Dauphin-
Prince Albert branch of the Canadian
Northern have been destroyed by fire.
The Canadian Bible society cele -
brated thc tercentenary of the King
James version in Winnipeg Sunday.
All arrangements have been completed for thc tour of Winnipeg business m.n through the west,
Lord Landsdownc will introduce his
scheme for thc reform of tbe house ol
lords in that chamber.
It is announced that British
plorers  have  discovered  thc  site
the city of David in  Jerusalem.
ex-
of
A marshal and a bandit were killed
in a light between a posse and two
highwaymen in Iowa.
Winnipeg Hebrews have decided to
build a $30,000 school to accommodate 1,000 pupils.
Doukhobors in the colony at York-
ston are accused of practising divorce
by consent.
Traffic on thc state-owned railways
in Victoria, Australia, is rapidly increasing.
The municipality ol St. Charles bas
decided to build a new council meeting hall.
R. J. Campbell, a trustees of tba
Winnipeg  trust  fund,  bas  resignid.
Jack    Winchester,
hockey player, is dead,
I
a    well-known
Robt. Wheeler, reported
Catharines as a probable
at Bartouvllle.
from   St.
suicide, is
Hereafter it will cost 10 .ents for
Windsor folks to telephone to Detroit and  vice  versa.
ST. ANN'S   ACADEMY
KAMLOOPS, B. O.
AflonN superior Bducnlionnl ndvttn*
t-'ijjis. Hmul.sotm* new brick building*
modern equipment, extennivegrouna»(
ClfittHeH Ridded In accordance with lho
ichool* ihrougboul ihi1* Province*
CompleteMumcftnd Art Department*.
Special course* In Shorthand, Type>
writing and Book*keeplritf. Particular
attention given to refinement ot manners and correct Knglish.
TBRMfl MODERN11
For ProapootuB. Address Tho Ao demy.
Shi/ohb Cure
qui* My stops courihs,   cures cold*,  heals
lbs Ibroot sad lund*.       •   •   •      23 cents,
EVERY WOMAN SHOULD
READ THK LETTER
And Take Mn. Ripley'« Arfvic*
Lots of women are suffering tortures
with their backs, when they need not
do ao. Mrs. Ripley had such frightful
pains in her back that she could not do
her housework. She tells how she
cored herself.     Wu.UAMsnAi.ft East.
"I cannot refrain from writing you
about the benedts I have received from
taking GIN PILLS. I suffering dread-
fully with my back and have suffered
with it for twenty years, I tried everything bat got no relief, until I bought
GIN PILLS. I have tHken sir boxes of
GIN PILLS and now I have not the
sign of an ache or pain in my back. I
am now 48 years of age and feel as well
as I ever did in my life. There I9
nothing th»t can hold a place with GIN
PILLS for curing Pain In The Back to
which women are subject."
Mrs. Miuanor P. Ripley.
Try GIN PILI.S at our expense.
Write for free sample box. Dealers
sell GIN PILLS at 50c abox-6 for $-1.50
•nd money refunded if they fail to cure.
National Drug and Chemical Co., Dept.
W.„     Toronto. if
The original
<"" Pills made by
National Drugand
Chemical Co. of
Canada Limited,
Toronto, are fold
only In this box.
judge of
is  dead
FOR SALE-Lot and House partly
built, very cheap. Apply Dox 106,
Revelstoke,        It,
Louis Belaugcr, formerly
the Quebec Superior court,
at Ottawa, aged 85.
Constable Geo. Green, of Drayton
is high constable of Wellington county for the time being.
Mrs.   Christine  Janisse,  aged  85
resident of Walkerville, 70 years, died
while at prayer in church.
Hon. James Duff and Major Currie,
M.P., spoke at Creemore against reciprocity.
Wm. Yokum, aged 45, a teamster,
fell from his waggon at St. Thomas
und was probably fatally hurt. '
Touissaint Consureau, aged 84, of
.Sandwich, is dead, following poison -
ing from a scratch on the arm.
Guelph will loan the Independent
Tire Co., of Toronto, 120,000 for 20
years to establish a factory there.
Jos. Uelleau is under arrest at Mon
treal for shooting ut random from a
window while drunk. Two persons
were wounded.
That Canadian cheese sent to Scotland is often found from 1 to ten
pounds under weight Is tbe complaint
of Canada's agent at Glasgow.
The National Hydro-Electric Co.,
capitalized at $1,000,000, will develop
power at the Carillon Falls on the
Ottawa river, 81 miles from Montreal
John Maitrr, aged 22, while Intoxicated, tried to enter the home of W.
Angus, Sandwich, oast, and got a
charge of buckshot in tbe leg.
All but one of the fifteen patrolmen who disobeyed orders of (hie!
Kohler of Cleveland, have been dismissed.
The Los Angeles alleged dynamiters
will be arraigned June 1. The directors of thc I'.fl. Durean ut Mines denies a report thnt the found the explosion to have been due to gas.
Former Empress Eugenie ol France,
at 85, li living a secluded Uf*   In   a
The destruction of timber by lire
in the district north of DaJphin is
the heaviest on record. Two aore
C.N.R.   bridges  have  been  dost.oyed.
Ross, the 16 year old son of Dr.
Paintiu, of the Kroneau district of
Saskatchewan, was accidontly shot
and killed by his little brother.
William Guppy, employed 1.1 a wood
yard in Winnipeg, had his head se\er-
ely injured by a flying block Inm a
machine saw.
Shares ol Winnipeg Electric Railway advanced 21 points on l.o Montreal stock exchange Monday.
A widow about to be married ls
said to have committed suicide in
Winnipeg by drinking carbolic add.
The British and Chinese govern -
meuts huve made an agreement*- Ior
the suppression of the opium traffic.
Knrmers from the border atat-i-i pro
tested against thc reciprocity agreement at Washington.
Godfrey Baring, Liberal, was elected in the by-election lor the Barnstaple division ol Devonshire.
Tho sum ol $2,000,000 has been
placed in the estimates at Ottawa for
the Hudson Bay Railway.
The suflragette supporters in parliament huve inttoduced a second bill
iu tbe commons.
A new cabinet is in control in
China- H is responsible to the nation
al assembly.
Homesteaders appear to be neglecting Manitoba's tree lands for land
farther west, a
The western tour of R. L. Bordsn
hns been arranged and the itinerary
announced.
	
A DRY SADDLE WHEN
IT RAINS IF YOU WEAR
POMMEL
SLICKER
Slider of Ooibty
TOWKft  CANADIAN   OfLID
CLOTMIN8   CO.,   LT-a..
^ SATURDAY, MAY  18,  1911,
THE   MAILHEKALD,   REVELSTOKE
^SPORTV;
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Ho.NuR LATE  PRESIDENT.
At a meeting ol the < i ickel Olub
on Wednesdaj evening lasl it was
unanimously decided to make a presentation m tbe late president, Mr.
W, Vi. t' ■-!■;. as *i memento ol the
esteem n »hlch ■■ * hi Id by the
• .  ■>.
Vftei    *.-> *   ion on the subject
THE   SCORE.
BilBincBstn
Worley ...
Estridge
Many   ,.,
Anderson
Crowe ....
Duncan ...
McRao  . .
DOUBLEHEADER WEDNE8DAY
Wednesday afternoon tbe 'Appy
'Ome and the oddfellows had a very
lively game of bull on the Y.M.C.A.
grounds. The Oddfellows won out
13 to 13. At the beginning ol the
game it looked ns though the 'Appy
'Ome was going to have a cinch und
get away with everything in sight.
In the iifth inning the score stood
S to ^ in favor of the 'Ome, but the
boys were having so much [un that
tbey deeded to have a couple more
innings. That was the undoing ol
the 'Ome as the Oddlellows held them
down bard, and in the seventh inning
they were even and had to play an
other one. The Oddfellows got busy
with the stick in the last half of the
eighth and made three runs, winning
out.
THF.  SCORE.
Oddfellows            R.
H.
Po.
•vs.-.
E.
•> -   C      4
4
2
1
1
-■•.'     5
3
7
0
1
Crowe      ...           2
'>
1
0
0
Knight            1
a
1
3
2
Mi Hal        1
3
1
0
2
,">i|uarebrigg*s   1
i
0
U
0
■     i
2
10
U
1
0
0
3
1
 0
1
■1
a
0
15
I'J
24
1
8
tteriea  lol   the oddfellows—Stat
• iy und Estridge.
Appy 'Ome*—
J.    Mi Kinnon  3
-
i
2
.    1
2
a
;i
0
Worley     2
2
a
■
1
Corley •        l
1
l
1
. and          ...l
2
i
l
1
JtoUl                            2
1
2
n
'
Duncan 1
u
1
2
2
-
0
0
'.
-
0
0
'
'.4
24
10
12
•Played Ioi the 'A
PPJ
1 ■::.■
In
the
Bntl Ties for
iiiiiI   Harvey
Corley  House
Monroe  	
Woodland, tl.
Knight   	
Moore 	
Stone 	
Corley  	
Edwards  	
Mil d      	
Loesch 	
Battorlos  lor  Corley
Woodland,
Umpire I'ulmer
bj  Capt,  Maley, seconded  Squarebrlggs
.   Mi     ,*. that   Mi*   Foster    be   Howson   ...   .
• |tb the  besl  one     ol the
match bats recently procured      trom
England,     with a  suitably  Inscribed
ite attached,
S ib   i 'apt *  Pleetham     wns In   the
at tins meeting and the      first
cusi ied  was  the matter ol
ittlng t m. water on the pitch the
* ai ol the Bame was estimated at
145, pipe (30, labor $H>, extras $.r>. It
was moved by Mr, Bonallo, seconded
bj Mr. Parkei. thai the above be
doni   ai  once.—I 'arried,
It was next arranged as far as possible for tbe team 10 play Kamloops
on the 24th .list, and the club decided to choose Irom the [ollowing:
Capt. Maley, Barnes, Wallace, Fleet
ham. Bonallo, North, Woodman, Allen. Field, Unci, Allwood. Scorer,
H.  Parker.
It was decided to commence the usual evening practices on Monday next
and thereafter ever Monday und Wednesday evenings, in the event ot
these evenings being wet, the practice
will be held on thc following evening.
A letter was next read trom the
Nelson Cricket Club asking the club
to pay them a Visit, It. was resolved to lay this over until after the
visit to Kamloops, as it is arranged
to hold a meeting of thc joint clubs
there to decide about taking a trip
to the coast this year, which il not
urranged the N'elson match will be.
considered.
The matter of painting the pavilion
wus  mentioned.      It  was decided    to
let this lay over until after the Kam
loops mutch, when it mny bc painted
by the members ot the club.
The secretary was Instructed to
write to thc Armstrong. Summerland
and Okanagan Mission , ncket clubs,
inviting them to send teams here
during the summer.
The meeting adjourned at 10 p.m.
It.ll.E.
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...2 a 8
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9  11  IS
IHlsini'ssinen  -Estridge
Scorer  Crowley.
TENNIS TOURNEY.
Portland,     May     G.—Dates  for
ibe
various tennis tournaments of the
l'iII season were made public today
by President F.ll.V. Andrews, ot thc
North Paritic International Lawn
Tennis association as follows:
July 13, 11, 15, North Pacific International Lawn Tennis association, lr
vlngton club, Portland, Ore,
.'.eek of July 17, Oregon Slate
champion ships, Multnomah A.A. (..,
Portland, Ore.
Week ot July 24, British Columbia
mainland, championships, Vancouver
Lawn Tennis club,  Vancouver,  B,  C.
Week of July :H, championships of
Uritish Columbin, Victoria Lawn
Tenuis chili,  Victoria,  B.  0.
Week   of   August  7.   Pacilic     North
west, championships,   Tacoma    Lawn
Tennis club, Tacoma.
Week of August 14, championships
if stale of* Washington. Seattle LaWn
Tennis club. Seattle.
Week of August 21, championship of
western Washington, Everett I,awn
Tennis club,   Everett, Wash.
President Andrews lias named his
tournament committee as follows:—
Judge Lampman, Victoria, D, s. Mc-
Fadden, Tacoma; w. p. Brewer
1.. M. Stan, both of Portland
Banc Brown Cave, Vancouver,
retary ei-officlo; F.H.v. Andrews
officio, chairman.
and
E.
B8C-
ex-
OALGARY DEFEATED
Calgary lias met its flrsl defeat In
the baseball -.mus of 1911, Moi,.-,*
.law sent the locals down to defeat
"ii Monday with a score cf it. the
game being called nt iln* 'inl of the
*tli  Inning,
rn \t -
York. May
TADIUM.
i".    \  25 ye *
!•   .rth   .
1 itterli ■'      '
and   Mi Km:
Cmpirc  I'r |Ufa -
Han Id M Ih 'lla d tained      •'
.
sti*.i.   :.* * II
At  6:30 the  sai ' "r
|. v House at. I tl    B
bartl teami it t he 'i .M
C.A. grounds. The Coi ley'
rd Ioi the first I Ime •* II b theii new
• i, which are dark blue w;tb white
trimmings. Tbe uniforms are pretty
nilt) and thi ' Ioi l< .' madi a go d
appearance on the fie'.*', as lai b
sonal appearance is concerned, bul
ii,<**y failed t" appear well
■ j- aggregation ,f the playing       ol
that night was anything to Jndge bj
All'the infield had from one to     live
rs chalked against them, and the
•whole  team seemen  unable    to      do
mtreh nt the bat      when a  bit   w Id
(iHve meant n  run.      Some      ol     the
laos thought lhat the "cw uniforms
were noodoos, Imt the Corley's sny
•bat it «m the tack «■: practice that
let tl"* Busttieiisnini Wallop llien) to
thc^iat ol.9 to 3.
New
ol National league park, better known
as the Polo Grounds opens the waj
for the construct ol the larg
est baseball stadium In the      i
stat.'s   long b ■ berisl • ,i ,t.
Brush,  pres li the club.       The
10 year rental   i
menl it yi ar,  whi  •
duration, in the mil
officials,   would not '.  re
placing with an tun
Thi
light   on thi and
nnnoun   mi ni    s mad
nificent
in,: tbat   il the new Piti
lum, :
view ti,.   . ime      1'
■
■
■    ial
I the new grand
m iged    . i  •*
■
' i
I  ..*
winter
Enduring fit,
because all
P e n - Angle
Underwear la    Petj
unshrinkable.       /
Exceptional       *'
value because
| it does wear   ^
amazingly.
Real comfort,
because  so
knit that the
shape stays
in it.   These
reasons should make you
request the brand and
look  for  the trademark.
Have you tried Penman's
No. 95?  For the children
as well as grown ups.
ngle
UNSHRINKABLE.**.!
7>We Mark
3 12 Hi
— knight   und i
Underwear & Hosiery
HERL are the suits
to wear from
now until cold
weather comes again.
Eleganl Worsteds from
England - genuine Iri.^h
Homespuns—light blue
Serges—and imported
Flannels in plain and
stripe effects.
In Fit-Reform's most
exclusive styles, which
appeal to all good
dressers.
350
"   NOTICE
RevelBtoke Land District.
District ot West. Kootenuy.
Take notice that Lyiliu A. Wick, ot
Nelson, li. i'., occupation married
woman. Intends to apply lor permission to purchase the lollowing de-
scrlbed lands,
Oommenelng at a post planted in
chains south from S.E. Corner ol
Timber limit 9898 and on thc west
slue ot the South Fork ol Fosthnll
Greek six miles west ot Upper Arrow
Lake antl running north Ml chnins,
eust X0 chnins, south 80 chains and
wont so chains to point of commencement, lieing the s. W. Corner of
Lydla Wick's locution containing (i*io
acres more or less.
Dated 12th April, 1911,
I.YII1A ANGKUNK WICKS.
M.10-60 .1. ll. Peoney, Agent
NOTICE
RevelBtoke Land  District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that Marie Scott, Ol
Nelson, II. II., occupation tnarrieil
woman, intends to apply tor permission to purchase the [ollowing de
scribed lands.
Uommonetng at a post plunted one
hall mile west Irom the 8.W, Corner
ol Lot sits, and running north 80
hains, west 80 chuius, south 80
chains cast 80 chains to point ot
commencement, being the S. B), Corner of Marie Scott's locution, containing t'.-lu acres more or less.
Dated 14th April, 1911,
MARIE scott.
M. 10-00 ,1. H. Feenc.y, Agent
NOTICK.
Itevelstoke  Land  District.
District of West Kootenuy.
Tuke notice that Q 11. Scott, ol
Ncison, U. 0„ occupation, Agent, In
tends to apply for permission to purchase the follow described lunds.
Uommenctng at a post plunted 80
chains from N. W. Corner ot Lot 8148
nnd running north 80 chuius, west 80
chains, south 80 chains, east 80
chains to pomt of commencement, being the S. E. Corner ol G. Q,
hcott's location, containing 0*10 acres
more or less.
Dated 12th April, l'Jll.
Miu-iiU    GEORGE HENRY SCOTT.
McKlNNON & SUTHERLAND
Sole Agents i.i Rpvelstolf
HOLY KftiES HC3DEMY »0 KORMIl SSHOGl
s
i i
\*  lies
Eggs for Hatching
Kb* ' Red.
... 1 VVvulidntte nud  I'ulT l.eg-
h"i il, pi *-' >'".
Kuidei ggs, 50c, each.
11 eggs    -2.nu.
Itngs.
il 5 8 . i.-itv .
Writi ne 212,
NOTICE
Hevelstoke   Laud   District.
District, ot West Kootenuy.
Take notice that W. D. McArthur,
Ol Nelson, 11. ('., occupation timber
cruiser, intends to apply for permla-
siun to purchase the follow-in***; dc-
Bcrlbed lands.
Commencing at a post planted at
N, IS. Corner of Lot 8184 and running
j north 80 ehuins, west 80 chnins
south 80 chnins, cast 80 chains to
\ poiut of commencement, being S. K.
Oorner of W. D. McArthur's location
und containing 640 acres more or less
Dated 1:1th April, l'Jll.
WILLIAM DANIEL McARTHUR.
M.10-60 J. H. Keeney, Agent
MRS. R.A. UPPER
I  i**     R     *;-l<ikc.
.
SEWER CONNECTIONS
HOTiCE 10 PROPERTY OWNERS
owners in the City
notified    thai    ail
-' I icted with
thii   l Prom
rder,
B, A. !.•■.'* -"'■.
NOTICE    TO    CONTRACTORS.
Court House, Revelstoke.
Sealed Tenders, superscribed "Tender lor Court-house, Hevelstoke," Will
be received by thc Honourable the
Minister of I'ublic Works, up to noun
ol Wednesday, the 31st day of May,
l'Jll, for the erection and completion
of n Court house at Revelstoke.
Drawings, Specilicatious, Contracl,
nnd Forms of Tender may bc seen at
the ciiices uf the Government Agcn.s
RevelBtoke, Nelson, Kamloops, New
Westminster, Provincial Tinner Inspector, Vnncouver, and at tbc Department of i'ublic Works, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, U. C.
Intending tenderers can, by apply-
n • to the undersigned, obtain one
copy of the spccilicntious for the sum
ol twenty-live U2.'>.00) dollars.
Kach tender must bc accompanied
by nn accepted bank cheque or ccr-
tifloatfl of deposit on a chartered
llniik of Canada, made payable
to the Hon. the Minister ol   i'ublic
Works,   for  a   sum  eijiinl   to   live    (*5*)
per cent, ol his tendei, wh oh shall
be forfeited if the party tendering dc-
* ne to enter Into Contract when
i".i, to do so 'i he i hegiies
Bcate i oi deposit ol unsuccessful iMmi rs will be returned to them
upon ii locution ..[ the contract.
The successful tenderer shall furnish   a    bond ot   a    guarantee com-
itll lal i.i v to lli.< M n ster ot
P iblic Works, equal to t n 110) per
■' nl of the contrgcl amount, lor the
due fulfilment of the contract.
'i i a lei, win not p.. considered   un
less made out on tbe tonus supplied,
ilgnod  with the Rctual signature   ol
i* rei, nn i enclosed In tbe <n
VelopeS   Iiiiiii lhl   I
'i li ■ lowe t oi any tendei nol nocos
mi      accepted,
J.  I'   GRIFFITH,
Public Works Kin-, ii ii .
i' ipai tmi m of Public Works,
Vlctoi la, D  0., Isl Mav, l'Jll.
WANTED   Live mgu ot   woman wniil-
I I  lol  work  „t home  paying     J2.00
oi V'Mii per day with opportunity
to sdvanoe, Spnrc time can be
used, Work not difficult nnd requires no experience. Winston,
Limited, Spadlna Ave, Toronto,
N OTIC 10.
Hevelstoke  Land   District,
District  of  West  Kootenay.
Tuke notice that 1, It. -smith, of
RevelBtoke, occupatlan, D. C. Lund
Surveyor, intend to upply lor permission to purchase the loiiowing described lauds.
Commencing at it post planted on
the shore ot Shelter buy ut the north
end of Arrow Lurch ut an angle ot
L 8111'..1, and marked H. Smith's
Angle Corner Post, thence north 40
chains more or less to it post of Lot
81 It i.l.) thence west 21) ehuins, thence
south (ll> chnins, thenco eust 40
chains more or less to tho shore of
Shelter Hay, thonco north along the
suul shore to the point o! commencement, containing 160 acres more or
less.
Uufi"i April  L8th,  1911.
M10-(i0 ROBERT SMITH.
NOTICE   TO   OREDITORS,
ite   Estate  of    George    Nichols,   Jr.
deceased.
Notice is hereby given that all per-
nous having any filalms or demands
uc,u.n.it  Liie auove deceased,    Ceorgu
iMcaoiB,  -jr., late of Hevulstoite,    t>.
U., railway employee, who died neat
Rogers i'ass, li. c, on or auout tu-c
uh day ol March, 1910, are requires
lo send particulars thcreoi duly Vert-
bed to  the  undersigned uu  or  belurt
the First day ot May  1U1-, and thai
alter said date 1 will proceed to distribute the said Kstate amongst those
entitled thereto regard     being     bao
uuly to tiioBc     claims of which      1
shall then have received nutico.
W, 1. BRIGGS,
Solicitor, Revelstoke, ii. C, Ad-
imnistrator  with  Will  annexed  o.
i'.stuto ut said George Nichols, Ji
NOTIOB
Certificate ot lujpruvcmcnls.
Glad Haul Mineral Claim, Bliuateti
in tue Trout L.tkc Mining Division oi
«est Kooteuay District. Where lo
catod:—At heutl ol beven Mile civet.
and adjuiuing tue Winslow Mineral
Claim.
Tuke Notice that 1, O.U.N. Wilkie,
acting as ageut lor Bruce White, V.
M.O. D^'JWJ, William Dennett, l'\ M.
C. U25221, aud Nettie Davcy, F. M.
C. No. B25501, inteiul sixty days from
date hereof, tu apply to th Miuiu,*,
Recorder for u Certilicate uf Improvements, for the purposeful ub
laming a Crown Uraut of t aoovi
claim.
Aud further take notice that ac
lion, under section 37, must lie com
uieuccd be.urc tue lss.aucc of such
Certificate of Improvements.
Dated Ninth day ol March, 1911.
U. B.  N. WILKIE, B.C. L.S.
Trout Lake. B. C.
NOTICE.
Certificate of Improvement.
Wakefield, Helm, Cuiurudu, Del
Norte, De: Hey, Han Juan, Delta,
and Marguerite Mineral Claims, sit-
Uate hi tht* Lardeau Mining Division
uf West Kootenay District. Where
located:—ou Mohawk  Creek.
Take Nutice that I, A. H. Green,
acting as agent for John R, Henry,
Special Free Miner's Ce-tiiicate No.
38W, intend, sixty days from date
hereof, to aprdy to the Mining Recorder for Certificates of Improvements, for tbo purpose uf ubta.mng
Orown Grants of the above claims.
And further tuke notice 'not action
under Bection 3*7, must bc commcnje.1
before the Issuance ut such Certilicate
of Improvements.
Dated this 2(lth d;.y of October, A.
V., 1910.
A. H. GREEN.
NOTICE.
Rovelstoke  Laud  District.
District of West Kooteuay.
Take notice --hat Ilasil R. Reyn
olds, of Revelstoke, B. C, occupa
tion clerk, ii tends to apply for permission to purchase the following
described  lar   ..
Commencing at a Post planted at
tho south west comer of Lot < 818,
thence east S'l- chains, theuce south
■a ehuins to the north east corner
of Lot 7*f43, thence along line ol
said Lot 4(1 ihains, ** *st 40 chains
south and 21 ci lna t ast to line ol
Lut 2112, fcl :, alung line of Bald
Lot 40 chi, i.i and 20 chains west to
the north west corner, thence about
G chains north to place ot commence
ment.
Dated March 1st, 1911.
BASIL R. REYNOLDS,
Agent   John  Sahw
Notice!
Any person wishing to il<;
imniinK for agricultural purposes
during the closed fire season,
(Day do so by complying with
Sections 5 and G, Chapter 84 of
the Bush Fire Act, antl have a
permit from the Fire Wardens
or Government Agent of the
district.
J. K. McLEAN,
Div. Fire Warden.
Revelstoke, May oth, 1911.     2m
KOOTENAY      LODGE,  No.   16 A.  F.
and A. M.
Regular nieetiugs are held in MASONIC TEMPLE, Oddlellows' Hall
ou tho Third Muiiday in each month
at 8 p. in. Visiting brethren are
cordially welcome.
ROBT.  GORDON,  W.  M.
W. B.  ROBERTSON,  Secretary.
SELKIRK      LODGE 12,   1.   O.   O.  P.
Meets every Thursday evening in
Selkirk Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting
brethren  cordially Invited.
K. G, McRAE, N. G.
JAS.  MATHIE,  Secrotary.
COURT      MT.      BEGBIE,    No.  3401.
OF 1. O, F,
Meets iu I. 0. O. F. Hall next to
Tapping's Opera House every second
and fourth Monday in month. Visiting brethren cordially  welcomed.
G.  W. BELL, C. H.
WM.   S.   CAMERON,   Rec.-Sec.
GOLD RANGE LODGE,      K.  ol    P.,
NO. 20,  REVELBTOKE, B. u.
Meets every   Wednesday  except   the
Thud Wednesday of each month      iu
Oddlellows' Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting Knights aro cordially invited.
J. Y.  SIMPSON, C. O.
U. H. BROCK, K, of R. & 8.
M. ol F.
0. W. 0. W.
Mountain View Camp,  No. 229.
Me its Second    and     Fourth  Weduea-
dnys    in each mouth in    Solkirk
Hull.     Visiting Woodmen are
cordially invited to attend
H. W. EDWARDS, Cun. Coin.
J\MES  McINTYRE.  Clerk.
rlAKVF.Y,  McCARTER
AND  I'lNKHAM,
BarriHters,   Solicitors,   Etc.
Imperial BanK  Building Revelstoke, B. C.
Muuey to Loan.
Ollices—Rovelstoke,    B.    C,     and
Cranbrook, '    C.
lieu. 8. MeCarter,
V. M, Pinkham, J. A. Harvey,
RevelBtuke, Cranbrook
UOBERT  SMITH,
Provincial Land  Suveyor,
Mining Surveyor,
Engineering
McKBNZIB AVE.,
BOX   106,   REVELSTOKE.
NOTICE.
CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENT.
Coronation Y.R.ll. and Nurth Star
.dincrul Claims, situate in the Truiit
Lake Mining Divisiun ol West Kootonay District. Where lucated:—On
Rapid Creek.
Tnko notice that I, O. B. N. Wilkie
acting as agent for Cutler Thomns,
i'orter ol Spokane, Wash., U. S. A.,
/ree Miner's Certilicate No. B 94970,
ntend, sixty days from -date bercol,
to apply to tho Mining Recorder for
,i Certilicate ot Improvements, for tho
.impose of obta n.ng a Crown Grant
.if the abuve claims,
And further take notice that action
inJcr suction 37, must be commcuced
before the Issuance of such Certilicate
ut Improvements.
Dated this 27th day of April, 1911.
0. B. N.  WILKIE.
COMPANIE8  ACT.
Take notice lhat "Campbell Shingle
Company Limited" intend alter the
nxplraUon of one month from the
urst publication of thiB notice to apply to the Registrar of Joint Stock
Companies to change the Company's
name to Atlas Lumber Cumpany,
Limited.
Dated at Revelstoko, B. C, thiB
7th day ol April, 1911.
Harvey, MoOarter & Pinkham,
Solicitors lor the      Shingle
Company, Limited.
LICENCE    TO »N EXTRA-PROVINCIAL COMPANY.
Companies    Act,    >'Bnada,    Province
ot    Britith Columbia,  No. 426A
(1910)
This is to oertWv that "Wm. Newman Company, L ...ituu" is autU.iriz-
,:d and licensed to carry on business
vithin the Province of British Col-
.imbia, and to Carry out or eflect all
ot any ol the objects of the Company
to which the legislative authority of
the Legislature ol British Columbia
extends.
The head office .if the company is
situate at AthJown Block, in tho
Jity ol Winnipeg, Province ol Manitoba.
The head ifflcp r/f the Company in
■bin Piovin-M • situate at ths olticcs
of Harvey, MeCarter and Pin'ihnm,
Imperial Bank Building, Rovelstoke,
nd George Smith MeCarter, Barris-
ter-Qt-Law, whose nddress is Rovelstoke, alorcsaid, is the attorn 7 for
the Company'
The amornt of the capital of tbe
Compnny is One hundred thousand
dollars divided into One thousand
shares.
(riven under my 'uind and seal of
otlice at Victoria, Province of British
Columbia, this lirst dny of May, one
thousand nm hundred and eleven.
D. WHITESIDE,
Registrar of Joint-Block Companies,
' SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1911.
THE MAIL-HEBALD, EEYELSTOKE
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Watch   window   for    Big
Bargains.
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. £. J4ume 8t Co.. limited
Mail    or    Telephone    your
orders.     Have our Traveller
call.    Send the children to
the store or come yourself.
No order too large or too
small for us to handle.
Hand Bags
The new Cordelerie Ladies'
Hand Hag, made in Silk Velvet or
Suede leathers, all colors, with
long cord and tassels, very stylish and just what they are using
in the cities, at each
$5.00
Handkerchiefs
Fancy embroidered, for ladies-
Pure white, mellow finish, with
fancy edge. A special 20 cents
each, or
Three lor 50c.
Umbrellas
Ladies' Umbrellas with the
new long Mission handle, extra
good Gloria top and corragated
frame at - _,
Dresden Ribbon
These are wanted goods, all
widths from hrlf-inch up to 5*1
inch widths for fancy work
10c. to 50c.
$2.00
Underskirts
Ladies' Wash Underskirts made
of good galatea, etc, in stripes
of blue, brown, grey, etc, at
$1.00
Tea Aprons
Dainty little creations of lace
and ribbon trimmed at
35c, 50c. 75c.
Cotton Hose
Rock rib, fast black, for boys
and girls, any size from 5} to 9J.
Special at per pair
25c.
Hair Goods
Sanitary Hair Goods, new turbans and rolls. They are needed
for the latest styles of hair
dressing that suit the present
millinery styles, at each
35c.
House  Furnishing Department
Carpet Squares
Our splendid aBBortment of carpet squares is complete in all sizes.
English Tapestrys, Heavy English
Velvets, Choice Brussels, Wiltons,
and Axtninsters. Full range of
sizes and prices to suit the mont
exacting.
Curtains, Muslins
We are now Bhowing an exceptionally fine line of curtains and
curtain goods. Choice Nottinghams,
dainty Scrimp. An excellent line
of Cream and Colored Madras and
Bengal Nets.
Draperies
Imported French Velour, revere-
Ible, for Portieres and Over Draperies; Heavy Basket Weave Wrepp
in green, red, and brown. This is
choice goods for stenciling, cannot
be beaten nt the price.
Linoleum, Oilcloth
We have the choicest line of
Floor Oilcloths and Linoleums
ever shown in Revelstoke. Dainty
patterns in blues, greys and
greens, suitable for bed rooms;
wood parquetry patterns for Halls,
Dining Rooms, and to put around
rugB. Splendid inlaid linoleums,
in block, tile and fioral designs.
Printed goods 2, 8, and 4 yds. wide.
Inlaid goods, 1 yards wide only.
Iron Beds, Mattresses
Our Health Brand mattresses
are the best medium and low price
mattress on the market. Perfectly
sanitary, wears well, lookB well,
and gives good, -olid comfort.
Iron Beds in all sizes—ask for
prices.
Wall Paper
Our range of High Urade wall
papers this year excels any previous attempt; dainty patterns in
blues, greens and greys for bedrooms.
Ladies   White Dresses
Friday   Bargain   %
This lot is slightly soiled but at the
price they are a great bargain. One-pier e
dresses well mnde and nicely trimmed with
cluny and Valenciennes lace, a good range
of sizes
$390
Linen Table Napkins
A clearance of these napkins. They
are 24x24, pure linen, full dozens of each
pattern, regular price $1. Better pick up
a dozen or two.    Will Bell a half dozen, at
$2.75 per dozen
Grocery Special
Thursday and Friday Only
Ten Dozen bottles of Heinz's Mundalay
Sauce on sale Thursday and F.idsy only at tbe
very low price of only Hoc. per bottle; regular
price 60 cents. F.veryone knows something of
Heinz's b~ varieties and will appreciate a bargain in aDy of these lines. Don't forget Man-
dalay Sauce on Thursday and Friday.
Baking Powder
When you come to compare results from
the use you have made of the different brands
of Making Powder, you will find that Price's
Cream Baking Powder easily takeB its place as
the beat for every purpose. You are always
sure of good results when you use Piioe's. In
6oz., 12oz., 2.}lbs. and 51b. cans.
A Tasty Breaklast Delicacy
Crosse &' Blackwell's and II .bertson's
Orange Marmalade gives an added satisfaction
to your morning meal. Made from the best
grade of Oranges, and is pure and wholesome.
Put up in lib. and 21b. glaBe jars, lib. and 71b.
tin cans.
Picnic Supplies   •
At this season of the year with all the
holidays in sight you will all be enjoying the
picnic trips to the hills and valleys. Pack
your lunch basket with some of the good things
we have in store for you. Try our St. Ivel picnic brawn in lib. glaBS jars; stuffed and plain
olives, sweet and sour pickltv; Crosse & Blackwell's pastes, jams, and jellies, and our famous
Sovereign brand pineapple.
HAM AND BACON
There is solid satisfaction in handling a
good article. When you see our Ajax ham and
bacon you will feel that ytm cannot secure a
better article. We find satisfaction on both
sides our counter in dealing nut these goods.
Tbey are noted for the purity and sweetness as
well as for their firmness.   Ask us for prices.
Style Book Free
W%£
We will be glad to send you the latest edition of " Dress"
a Magazine for Men," illustrating and describing all the new
20th Century Brand styles for Spring and Summer, 1911.
Artistically and typographically it ia a little gem. Eighteen
suit and eighteen overcoat styles are illustrated and the 20th
Century Brand method of bench-tailoring is fully described.
It will help you in choosing your Spring clothes.
SHOES!   SHOES!   SHOES!
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For Men, Women and Children
The best line of shoes Ibis town ever saw, hut not a pair
too good for any person who lives in a good town like this.
REGAL SHOES FOR MEN in all tbe new lasts and
leathers. Shoes that fit. They come in quarter sizes. All
are made on the two-piece lasts.
THE BELL SHOK FOR WOMEN has no equal on
the Canadian mnrket. Made from thecboicest of stock by the
best of I'nion labor, on the newest and classiest of lasts.
FOR CHILDREN—Tbe celebrated "Instructor" shoe
» has no equal.    Made on  lasts  which  are  the shapa of the
child's foot.
Do Your Feet Ache?
Now with the warm weather coming on it i3 time to
be looking to the welfare of your feet. Foot comfort
means happy summer days. If your ankles ache, if your
instep is broken down, try a pair of arch supports. They
will relieve the pain and in time absolutely cure the
worst case of broken down arches.   They fit any shoe.
SCHOLL'S TRI-SPRING ARCH SUPPORT-Ger-
man silver, triple spring on leather mount. Men or
women's, any size   $3.50 per pair
FOOT EAZER-double German silver spring on
leather mount, men's or women's, any size $2 per otir
FOOT REST- German silver support on leathet
mount, rubber heel rest. Men's or Women's, any size.
Price   $2 per pei'r
Hammocks
Enjoy these cool, summery days. Get a Hammock
and take life easy. We can show you the largest lot ever
Bhown in the town
From $1.50 to $12.50 each SATURDAY,  MAY  i ;   1911.
THE   Mii.IL HERALD,   REVELSTOKE
REID   &   YOIJNC
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Sale of Womens Suits
We havo eight suits left fr mr
Spring Stock, every suit is right
tn the minute in Btyle; nol a suit
in the lol thai is nol worth twice
the price we aro offering them at
$20,   $22.50 ami $28  Suits.—
Our Special Sale Price     $12.50
Lace Boots for Men
Who want a Boot thai will wear
try   mii'  lint' of   never-wear-
out8.    You ran'i I'i'ai ihem
Sale Price. $5.00
*essy
Suits
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,m,i     preparatory
two-i I y  luiilil
Special Price Sale on Men's Suits.
You maj depend upon their value.
Wc cannot alTord to deceive a
customer. Made from imported
Serges, iii fashionable greenish
and olives, browns, navy blue
and popular colorings.
Our Special Sale   Price $15.00
Boys Suits, - Odd Pants
Mothers sue money by bringing
their boys i i us. We an1 showing
popular priced suits, sizes 22 lo
:i\. Plain Knickers or Bloomer
Pants.
Call in and Sec  Them
in California.
The liiiililiu:* op
Kinnon's pool roo
-am il, le being rem
to tl.!■ erect Ion ol
Ing,        'I'lll'   lol    ll.'*:   IimI'II   plIIYllllKI'll    Iiy
Mt*.  MeKinnon, and  II   Is his lutent-
I Ion  t.u build nn  up t" dato aud tntn-
modlous pool , Mm i tobacco Btoro
'I'liM front ol the building will    In* ol
prosBod In i'K and tho BldeB cement.
*i. ti. Bradlej. ni maglng director nf
Him Arrowhead Coal, inl and Gns
i'n., arrived homo trom Vancouver mi
TuoHday, accompanied hj Mi'. Newton
Ntmmons, engineer, Tho iwn journeyed to the company's property where
thoy Bpent two nr tliroo 'lays, ami
ii i-; unili'i'si. od :iir engineer lias
turned iu a very good report on the
prospects, Mr. Bradley returned to
\ ,iii,*niivct* last  nighl.
R.M.R.'s ME IW?iY
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i,umi liis or over,
mhIiim; iii  width iiiiii    over,
it shall be unlawful lor any perBon
,1- poi sons to drag logs or i Imber
iver ni  along any publio highway.
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THE CITY IN BRIEF
Kelson city has already booked ils
•attractions toi  thc tall fair.
Rev, 11. P. Huestls, nt Rod Deei,
*,i jpy tbe pulpit ol the Methodist church tomorrow night.
Tlm Revelstoke Amateur Dramatic
Club will put mi the play "Tho Now
Boy" on the night of May 21th under
the auspices ut the Revelstoke Hun
Club.
The prescribed period ol court
mourning tor his late majesty King
Edward VII., has expired, Saturday
last being the anniversary of the deal Edward the Peacemaker.
Gypsy phrenologists are occupying
the premises recently vacated by thi
Dominion Bawmills Ltd. If you believe in the trash they tell mid want
your blimps read just 'imp In and
see them. They might tell you
ng '.,,u nevei  knew before
"Love on tin* Stock Market" is lhe
headline!- ol the program at the Edi
son theatre tonight and the name it
elf .? sufficient guarantee ol the
comedy that can be extracted from
■ * lent Blm. Othei films are
Hedium's Son In LaR; Cherries, or
Happy Days and Maggie Hooltcan.
Hon. Thomas Taylor will leave Vic
toi la "a the 20th inst. on ins second
. . pection tour of the season, which
will occupy a month. He proceeds direct from Victoria t" Golden, then to
* i ,: >.*', Fei uie, Nelson, Grand
Kork.-, i3i ■■■. i..'•■"■ i. Ri i eh toke, Kam
loops   . Fraser.
Don't tail to • ecure your tick t tor
lectun  i * I'M given in tl"* V. M.
CA   gymnasium,    Saturday evei
May 20th,  bj      I barles  Fro li
eel  whicl
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Lea lershil a True   Democi u |
Tic;.* *  at th? y.M.C.A, otHci
S tt that th.* athletic B Id of the
Y..M.    \    -  being  put  into
• iresti d  ia :-i' irts,     the
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\\Y have just rcce veil a shipment of White Clover IUme\ put up ill
five lh. runs, wliieh we uh! j^unmulee lu 1 e [ib.s"luU*h Pure Honey,
nnil ns ii is is lhe season for honey we wouht ailvise \ou t<> Iry liiin il
yon wish lo (.jet lhe genuine uilu i
WAGSTAFFE'G  JAMS
The name "\V i^statfe speaks foi ilself in rotfiinl io quality. We have
a full assorliuelil ot this Tun hon im nl \> Strawberry, Raspberry,
Peach. I'luin, Hlaek Cuiratituinl Apiieul.
A. HOBSON,        Baker and G ocor.
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Before investing in outside property don't overlook the fact thai you should first have some good
inside property at home.
Our success means your success. Every day we
are pleasing somebody.   Yi ur turn next.
Kjootenay Agencies. Ltd.
Smart Khaki Uniforms Have JuLt
Arrived for Full Company
All togged nui ui bran new khaki
i tilts K. i'n. K.M.K.'a met for drill
in Thuisdn*. night. It was their
lirst drill in the new suits, antl the
Htnart uppoarunce whteh thoy presented Is b decided change for the
better,
The compnnj by the arrival last
week ol this last grist of regimental
clothing is now thoroughly equipped
with -tr. suits, Maps aiid accoutrements
complete, and sn pleased are they
with thoir ni".* nnd up-to-dittc out-
tits that tiu\\ have decided that In
the near future a church parade will
ho held. During the pnst two or
three years the company has been
worrying along with the old, faded,
and wornoul Mum suits in which they
were almost ashamed to he seen,
be 'au**!' for I lint length of time th.'y
have been condemned hy the government. Ami ilurlug that time the
oflicors of thc company had heen
making Btremi ms efforts to gel the
new suits. I'h.' Dominion government, however, possibly on account
of the political stripe ol ll. t'., just
dilly dallied along In the matter, sending at times a suit or so to whet
the appetite ol tho recruits, until the
company almost despaired ot ever being outfitted. However thc staid old
slow hut sure Laurier government
has at last come to the scratch and
F. Co. rejoices In ils latest move.
At the last inspection ol the R.M.
R.'s il is said that quite a number of
thc hoys appear,mi without uniforms,
but now a full company of 15 ran bo
mustered in full uniform.
It is not yet decided how many of
the hoys will turn out to camp at
Kamloops in Juno.
IN TIE CHURCHfS
H. I'. CHURCH.
Bt, Francis ol AbbIbII Catholic
ohuroh, corner ol Fifth Btreet and
MoKenfele avenue.
Services On all Sundays, except
tlio fourth ol each month, Low Mass
with Communion nf tho Faithful at
8 a.m. High Mass at 10:80 a.m.
Christian Doctrine lor children al
twill p.m. Rosary with Bondlctlon of
The Blessed Sacrament 7:30 p.m.
On week days Holy Mass every
morningat 7:3ll. During the month
of May special devotions for Wednesdays ami Fridays at 7:110 p. m.
Confessions aro hoard any evening after 7:80 ami in the mornings    Ipeloro
Mass.
.1.  F.   MeM'UI,,  I'.I'.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
in the Presbyterian church, service.,
will be held next Sunday as follows:
11 a.m., Rev, C.W. Heustts, of Red
Doer; 7:30 p.m.. Uev. .1. W. Steven
sei, subject, "An Element in sue
cess:" IM p.m., Sunday Bchool and
Young Men's Bible class. Weekly
prayer meeting at 8 o'clock on Wednesday evening, Strangers cordially nivii. il to these services.
BAPTIST CHURCH,
The subjects tor Sunday morning
and evening are as follows. In the
morning the "Supreme Attribute ol
the Christian," In the evening "The
Supreme Test." There will lie hap
Using iii the evening. Good music
Tho choir finds Itsoll materially strengthened by the return nf Miss Maud
Byrd, Her Bister Miss Jessie will
remain In Winnipeg for the time in
order to pursue her music studios,
The brother of Mr. Wm, Tyson, the
foreman of the Globe Lumber Co., arrived from England on Tuesday night
and will make his homo in Revel
itoke and will sing in the choir. He
Is a good bass, and has sung since
a small child iu churches.
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Coronation Contingent Appointed
■- None from Revelstoke
At a     * '■*,,,;   meet ing of  the    little
tseocint on of K. Co., R. M. R. s the
■..re appointed a  Bhooting
committee    Col.  Sergt.  Donald, Sgt.
8mythi      Corp.    Leslie and Privates
d and  Shearer,
Lieut.  Sawyer was  appointed cornel
on  ■■'.!   adopted that the
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After Supper Sale
No. 58
You wanl Logel busy early to-night as there will
be some exceedingly good offerings. They an'
all seasonable goods and all new thin spring.
Wo put ilu'iii on Bale a1 7 p.in. and the prices
onlj last till closing. Come early. It will pay
you in be here on time.
Corset Cover Embroidery
We offered Ihis last week and it had a great
enn. We offer you the balance of ii to-night,
lleautiful fine lawn with dimity stripe and wide
embroidered edge. Liegular 66c. To-night,
after 7 o'clock,—35c.
Wash Goods
Alauil 300 yards of the best goods and the best
colorings offered this season. We want to
interest you in these regular sales and this
should dn it. You will find nothing -better in
children's wear for W-ssh Dresses. Regular 39c
and 35c.    To-night, only 20c.
' Fancy Hair Pins
A lot of Turban Hair P ns, some plain, some gold
mounted and some wit i open work—and a lot oj)
nice BarretteB in different mini's. Regular 30c
and 35c goods.   To-night—15c.
Madras
We will offer special pi ices on a lol of the new
Madras to-night, [f you want anything in this
line, now will be the li ne to buy it, as it will be
the last Saturday Night Sale in this line. See
the prices in the window.
Come Early !
It Will Pay You !
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Racli vi or we have etulenvori ti
lo nmke our Victoria l>.t\ celebration .i little better than the last,
antl iiii*- year we have mail}' new
anil interesUng features.
BASEBALL
Revelstoke,  Salmon Arm nntl
Knlnl by
LACROSSE
Vernon-Uevelstoke
FOOTBALL
Armstrong-Eiulei b>
MEN'S    RACES
100yd. dash, open,   1st $5; -ml $3
-140yd. M>;      " $4
Half-mile        "       '.' $10     " !F5
800yd. Relay. each man t" run 220
yards,Kntlerbyv.Revel *"Im*. S_mi
Entries must be in by Mu 22nd
lim**.'  end  Girls'   Races,    Fiee
swings ou grounds for the children
THREE BANDS IN ATTENDANCE
Vernon's celebrated  lire Bri
Hand   the peer ol all.
Armstrong's Inlanlry Rami.
Enderby I it \ Hraas Hand.
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Hotel and refreshment l«
accommodation lot all. Special
raiiway ratesatld special train Mi'-
\ n M. Watch for later bills giving
lull particulars us to time "t leaving and return. Come! Vou will
enjoy yourself.    Bring the babies!
CELRBltATlON COMMIT I EK
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LIQUOR  ACT,   1910.
Notice  is hereby given that,      on
i ■„-   I.'ilh   day   of   .June   next,   applieu -
tion will be made Lo the Superintendent   ol     Provincial     Police lor the
ol I In* lie n.-c li r the Bale ol
liquor     by retail  in nud  upon     the
kiM.A ii ss ih.   . i    Leon  11"
t 81    Leon,   Brll It h Oo-
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i [erberl   I ou   ns ol   e      Isl oke,  Brll -
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tl     12th dnj i i May, 1911.
MICHAEL ORADY,
I!■ >)iiii ol License.
il*       C)0U  ms,
Applicant tor Transfer,
r in   ' \l.i*.   "Gold Coin Potatoes for
Apply     l" A, Kittuii, Wig
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Ltd., 226 Hastingi   street,  Bl, Vancouver,  B, C   General  Agents   for
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column   i'        ■ tei od by
totui Bhnw.    This la the only one n
i mim'.i up tn   he date ol last publication.    Mo peraonal reference whatever waa Intended,
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How Ubout ii New Suit
Made to Order
Our Spring Sai lpk's for Suits and
Spring Overcoats just arrived.
We guarantee n perfect lit. Btyle
and well taih rod garments at
fair and limiusi prices.
MeKinnon & Sutherland
Fit-Reform Clothing
Foot-Rite Shoe
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intangible thing which ap-
to all men—particularly the
;er chap whose clotht s must
itinctive—has been attained
lis new spring Can pbell's
i ig model with its long,
fully shaped lapels, its woll
, slightly dipped coat front
ac new features of cuffs end
■I Haps shown in illustration.
has smartness and individu-
while the wear is in it too.
ays is in clothing hearing the
ibell'a Clothing trade mark.
McRae Mercantile Co.. £td.
J!u .Style .Slop for Itien and Boys liXio Know
WANTED* Girl lor general limine
work. No children. Apply K. A.
Byrnell, it.
FOR BALE—Two Teams ol Heavy
Horses tor sale.—Apply t0 J. Kcr-
nanhan, Salmon Arm.
FOIt SALE—Two cheap properties on
WANTED Tenders for sin hlng lifty. Thud street, near Oowan Block, 1*1
...ii. ni lighl timber and bush. For storey house, also a Bungalow
further particulars aiM'ly to J. i standing on » corner lot. Apply
Kotntifrhnn, Salmon Arm. Tcn-iers ; John UarbyHhiie, iai2, Gladstone
to bl in by May 10th, Avenue, Victoria, B. C. lm

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