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THE MAN WHO USES THEM.
YOU WILL LOSE YOUR TEMPER IF YOU USE POOR
TOOLS; BUT YOU WON'T LOSE YOUR TEMPER IF
YOU USE OUR TOOLS. BECAUSE THEY ARE PROPERLY TEMPERED.
WE HAVE THE "EDGE" ON THE HARDWARE
BUSINESS IN THIS TOWN. BECAUSE WE SELL THE
BEST AND DO NOT OVERCHARGE THOSE WHO GIVE
US THEIR CONFIDENCE.
SEE OUR STOCK IN ALL KINDS OF TOOLS FOR
THE MECHANIC. FOR THE HOME FOR THE GARDEN
AND FOR EVERYONE.
YOURS FOR  THE   " BEST   GOODS."
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Capital Authorized -             $10,000,000.00 $
Capital Subscribed -          5.913,000.00 X
Capital Paid Up -      -      5 793,000.00 X
Reserve        - 5,79a, jOO.OO 6
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Lloyds Bank, Limited.    Chicago—First National Bank, Corn Ex-   j£
change National Bank.    Seattle—Heat.le National Bank,   San Francisco—Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank.    Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Departmsnt
Deposits of $1 and upward,  rt-ri'ive', and interest allowed at
current rate from date of deposit.   Conuapondence solicited. Qp
Revelstoke Branoh—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.    £
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Ladies' Summer Wear at Cost
In order to make room for Fall Goods, have decided to sell Summer stock of Ladies' wear
at a great reduction in price.
Mrs, A. G, Crick, * First Street
BISCUITS!  BISCUITS!
Fresh stock of Christie's Sodas, Arrow Root,
Sultana and Marsh Mellow Biscuits just in.
Prices Right.
Eastern Molasses Snaps made from highest
grade materials, only 15c. per lb.
We get regular shipments Perrin'-s & Ramsay's goods.
JOHN McINTYRE & SON.    Pn. ir.l
Housewife's Favorite Brands
Robin Hood Flour
Jacob's Dublin Biscuits
Bell Blend Tea
Bell's No. I Java and Mocha Coffee
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G. W. BELL
P. O   Box 208
QROOER & BAKER
Phone No,'23
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REVELSTOKE. B. C. AUGUST 1!),  1911
$2.50 Per Year
Bum
PARTIES ARE
LINED UP EDII ERAV
A, S. Coodeve for Conservatives
and Dr. King for Liberals-
Conventions are Held
to why tin- pad Bhould be accepted,
The only argument raised being that
bhe Conservatives years ago wanted
reciprocity and uow we have got it
tor them.
Mr. Goodeve held that the Conservatives never wanted nor asked for
any such arrangement na at present
ottered the people. There are no com
men jal advantages to he gained, but
underlying all, the pact means the
entering wedge of separation of Canada [rum the Mother Country, He
held that to knock down the walls
between two countries and put them
up against others would without
doubt force us Into union. By such
an arrangement t>he United States
liscal policy.
Against this it is argued that we
can abrogate tho imct it we liiul it. is
not to our tudvantag . and while this
is technically right it is absolutely
untrue, Mr. Fielding kays it is an
agreement ol honor, nnd as smh we
are absolutely bound to keep ii  with-
] out one change,  for the breaking    of
agreements of honor between two na
1 tions Is ii serious thing.   If the pact
In one of the largest and most enthusiastic conventions evei' held in
ihe Kootenay riding Mr. a. s. Goodeve, the sitting member, was again
chosen on Thursday to represent the
Conservatives at the coming election* wou
and at the convention of the lollowing day the Liberals chow Dr. J. II.
King, i*\ M.i...\., of Cranbrook, to
represent them in the Bght. Moth
conventions were held in Nelson, Mr.
Goodevo's nomination was moved by
Mr. ]•'. 10,  Loader, ol Rossland,   aud
seconded   li>    the   whole  delegation   ill
general, while Dr.  King's nomination
was moved by Mr. M. A. MacDonald,
goes  through      Canada   is absolutely
of Cranbrook and seconded by Alex.
McRae of this cityf
The Conservative     convention      of,
Thursday was one of the most harmonious gatherings on record    in   the'
history  of Conservatism  in      Kootenay,  it  being generally regarded that.
Mr. Goodeve on account of the good
work  he had dune tor  tin* constituency
should  be  unanimously chosen to ag
aia  represent   tho riding.   Mr.  Good
eve on expressing his willingness    to
contest   the  seat,   was      greeted   witli
cheers from  the large delegation    in
at tendance.
Delegates from all parts of the riding were presenl-Ihere being a full
representation from almost every riding oi the district, and as a result
the secretary announced that at the
gathering ihere Vvcie between 85 and
'.tu accredited delegates present. Those
from Itevelstoke and Columbia rid-!
inns  were as follow i.
Revelstoke riding—T. J. Wadman
R,   11.   Macdonald,   J.   111.   McLean,   K
Young, William Fleming, ol RevelBtoke; W. u. Reid and 11. B. Wallis,
ol Arrowhead; J. M. Shaw of Galena
Hay; K. .1. Edge, of Beaton; W. S.
Hennie, of Camborne; Hand Gibbons,
of Kingston Creek.
Oolumbia riding—J.v. Pitts, A.M.
Ohisholm, J, McLeod, Angus Mel.can
Bid. Bell, Capt. Armstrong, T. M.
('.ir.ins and two proxies.
The delegates from Revefstoke to
the Liberal convention were J. 11.
McKenzie aud Alex. McRae.
nn account of the unavoidable absence of R. 8, Leunie, tbe presldenl
of the association, Capt. P. P. Armstrong ol Golden, took the ebaii and
announced briefly that the chief object of the convention was the nomination of a candidate to curry the
Conservative banner to victory in
the coming election. This announcement was no sooner made than Mr.
F. Ei. Loader jumped to his feet and
nominated the present member, and
so many appearing desirous of second
ing the motion, it was decided to allow every delegate to atlix his name
to the nomination paper, which was
done.
On rising to reply to the nomination and thank the delegates for the
honor confeired on bim, Mr. Goodeve
was greeted with deafening cheers.
He related briefly a little ol the past
history of both parties in the house,
and remarked that at least in this
campaign we would have a fair light.
We, he saia, can assure our oppon -
ents a fair Bght on tha issue before
the  |»cople.
In one of the best speeches he bag
ever delivered. Mr. Goodeve told of
some of the causes of the recent d.s-
solution and the coming election. I
think I can present to yuii one of the
most remarkable facts in cunsLitu-
tional history in the present condition of aflairs, he Baid. Sir Wilfrid
Laurier and his government has been
forced to appeal to the people against their wishes, president Taft dad
been elected by tha people t< the
south of us after having made cer-
tainpledges, chief among these being
a reduction oi the tarifl, and when
be came into power pressure was
brought to bear on him from the OUtr
■-ide to make him fulfill those promises. As noted he was already elected on tarifl reform reduction, so that
without any pact at all this would
have been given us without anything
m return. But the President wanted
us to give them something in rei urn
ai. 1 su he invite*1 certain friends of
!l;, a Ottawa to come down to
u LStrington to discuss the     matter
r; ]  thej   undertook behind   closed
doors secretly to reverse the accepted
policy *( Canada for the twist forty
fears, and attempted to sell or give
.way the rights uf thc people. In
other words they  stacked their cards
• ,;t. *i in to gamble   with   the
commi I* i.ii  .nt* tests uf the country.
Then they came hack and nn tbe
floor of the house said "hctv are our
winning*," and you must accept them
holus bolus. Mr. Qootleve held that
■. th, Finance MtnlsUi ur tho
Premier bad \a produced one argument ba»ed en economic principles as
tied up and cannot make any agreement wiih any other country without   consulting  the   United   States.
In closing Mr. Goodeve said that
he had endeavored always lo work in
the Interests ol the people and protect tbeni. and now it. was up to
tbeni to gel down to work, andevery-
uiie of them to express their ,,pinion
uf tbe pact. He was confident that
if every man in the Dominion did
what he thought In the bx'st Interests
of the country that the Conservatives
would fm* the next four years rule
tin*  destinies of the country.
The resolution committee brought
In a number of resolutions wliicb
were fully discussed, and passed or
rejected as the feeling of the meeting
dictated and the delegates then chose
the members of the executive of the
Kootenay Central Association, whicli
afterwards elected officers as .ollows:
J. K. Amiable, President; W. A.
Govett, Bee.-Treas.; Executive ■ ll.
G. Parsons, M.P.I1.; William Hunter,
M.P.P.; Harry Wright, M.P.P.; -III.
Schofleld, M.P.P.; William tlraden,
M.P.P.; Thomas Oaven, M.P.P.; Hon.
Thos. Taylor, M.I'.P.; Hon. W. R,
Ross, M.I'.P.; Neil McKay, M.P.P.*.
Can'. Armstrong, Columbin rifling*;
T. McNeish, Slocan ridingj'J. I-.. An-
nable. Nelson riding; R.M. Power,
Ymir riding; P. It. MacDonald, Rossland riding; G. S. Thompson, Cranbrook riding; T. J. Wadman, Revel -
stuke riding; .1. A. Broley, Fernie rid
ing; W. G.  Robb,  Kaslo riding.
BIG BALLOON FDR
FALL EXHIBITION
Arrangements made witli Prof.
Cokley to make Several
Ascents During fair
Secretary W. B. Robertson, of the
Fourth Annual Fall Exhibition, has
just made arrangements with Proi.
Geo. Cokley for balloon asrentions
during the fair here on September
llth and 12th. Prot. Cokley is one
of the greatest balloonlsts in the
business and makes his descent from
the balloon hy a parachute. While
in the air the professor performs on
tha horizontal bar attached to the
balloon and the parachute. Ascents
will he made both days and will 1,
one of the big attractions.
NOMINATION DAY AUGUST 25
Poling Maces Named in Revelstoke Riding
John Keen, the returning ollicer for
Loot nay has issued the election
proclamations, Nomination day for
this reding is August Z5th next. 'I'he
following is the polling places for
the  Revelstoke riding:
Revelstoke, three polling places;
Big Bend (Richard's cabin), Big
Bend (Peterson's ranch), Albert Canyon, Glacier, Wigwam, Twentyjfour
M.le Boar*I. Hall's Landing, Arrow
bead, Comaplix, Beaton, Camborne,
Galena Bay, St. Leon,
LACROSSE CHAMPIONS
Of B.C. DEFEATED HERE
Married at Vernon
A very pretty wedding took Place
at St. Peter's church Vernon, last
Wednesday, when Miss l'earl Ward,
of Vancouver and Mr. K* W. Aikman
of Winnipeg, were united in marriage
The church was beautifully decorated
for the occasion. The bride wan as
Bisted by Miss Tot Ward, and the
groom by Mr. 0. R. Ma'-donalH, of
this city. After the ceremony tke
happy couple left for Vancouver and
Sound cities and intend taking »p
then home in Winnipeg.
Sapperton Juniors Played best
name but Beaten by Welp
and tnourance
Lactosse Champions Page 1 :;;;
The best and cleanest game ot lacrosse every played In Hevelstoke.
This was the unanimous verdict ol
the fans (.and Fannys) and general
public on Thursday's ureal. game,
between Revelstoke Juniors and tae
New Westminster Sapperiuiis, junior
champions ot 13.C, Bapperton 1ml.is
ail or nearly all New Westminster's
public Institutions it bolus tbo pride
[ul boast too land this even after the
game Thursday i of the llncst, |ilu* i.
lest and most brilliant team ol youth
till lacrosse players yel. seen in inn
lui'in anywhere ia the west. Though
beaten by the sheer weight and physical endurance ol Revelstoko juniors,
they continued after thc third quarter to play as it they didn't, know it,
and repelled a fourth quarter attack
ul amazing strength and speed with
all the coolness and skill of practiced
veterans  and   brought   the   ball   down
aud
to then   opponents goal  again
again. ,
rbe pride of New Westminster in
the Sappertnus will not l.c one nf
long enjoyment, however, i'f a cun
slant coach an.l public Interest as
good and generous as its junior cham
pious enjoy can  be found  to trail! an.l
cheer uur Revolstoke juniors. Thoy
havo all the requirements u. krovvn
eial championship teams strength,
speed, Intelligence, courage and love
ot Ihe game; all tbey lack -and Thura
■ lay's gamo must have shown it to
llieni and to the public—is system,
skill and combination—the beauty ot
tho game—the thing vyluch makes it,
the joy ot every Canadian, lhe natural and spontaneous Intelligence evi
deuced in genuine sport.
No unprejudiced observer of Thursday's inntest could say with any true
respect for the game that, though th.*.
local team won, they did so on Hu
best, interpretation ot lacrosse. Tin
game was entirely Sappertuii's up ti
halt time, when the seme Blood four
to two in their favor well deserved,
by this time, however, the home brow
ha*d discovered that their lung throws
and entire absence of combination
bad tu cease in order to retrieve the
day, then the genuine excitement l>e-
gan; they adopted what, is known in
lacrosse parlance as "individual holing in" and [rom this Inn.' on it was
a Combat of attack and defence in
front aud around thc visitors net,
which was heavily pressed and skill
fully protected, but strenuous might
prevailed, for on the sound nf th,'
whistle announcing the end of the
third quarter, thc home boys had
registered three straight goals to
their credit and now the score stood
live to four in their favor. They had,
it seemed, found something, and that
something was unned elTort.
The fourth and last quarter opened
and proceeded for some minutes with
varying, doubtful advantages, till
the New Wests added another to their
scoring mark making the game even
up. It was then that the home buy
bad tu either do or be done, and be
it said for them, with all their lack
of practice, that they rose to the
occasion, and had they been as ac -
curate as they were determined would
have doubled the score, but frequent
failure to be on the right spot at
the right time and wild aims nt
their opponents net, won for them
but one more goal, just stilhcieni tu
make the entire count, six to tive
when file una) whistle blew, and Revelsti die bad added another lacrosse
Victory to their credit.
While our buy- ale to be rollei.it ii
tated mi the uiitcome of the score,
the ..pinion of the majority ot the
onlookera is that our juniors sadly
require lhat well-directed practice
whicli together with their skill, en
durance and alertness should lit them
lo contest the best, that may be pro
dnee] in tbe junior lacrosse Held
Aim th*' eiti/.iMiM in general inclined to
encourage wh.il our youths are cap
able   of  accomplishing   III   Ihi:*   line'
Apart from  Ibe  merits uf  the  play,
Revelstoko teels better (rom having'
been favored with a visit from luohl
bright, clever and generous youthful
sput'l lovers as lhe New We .1 minster
buys proved to be and lol us hope we
shall get* better acquainted witli
them.
Moving pictures tonight.
c. v. Hoilman,    a bonnier   brake
man.   was lined  ISO and cost!  in   po
Hoe courl  on Thursday uu a oharg
of using obscene nnd abusive language
on ibe streets. The rulprll mi appearing ill Court proeeded to hnrali-
ioie the magistrate on Ins duties an.l
to  tell  Iiim  just   how  Just ice    should
he dispensed! Tbis practically amounted tu contempt of court, hhum
the severity ol the penalty,
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Stoves! Ranges!
McClary's Stoves
Kootenay Ranges
Saskalta Ranges
Sunshine Furnaces
Enamel ami Tinware
We can supplj your
wants in the above lines
with the best Goods made
in Canada.
Sherwin Williams Paints. Oils. Varnishes, etc. It
pays to use good Paints.    We sell ihem.
Fishing Tackle, Rifles, shut Guns, Ammunition and
other Sporting Goods, Weareleaders in these, ami also
carry a very largestock of General Han1 *■ are, Tools of all
kinds, etc.
Harness, Whips, Horse Blankets, Lap Robes.
Crockery and Glassware.
BOURNE  BROS.
fa
Hardware,
Stoves,
Plumbing
a
Robbie's Thanks
[lhc Selkirk Grace
Si mc'l-nefmeat en" crrna f al
An' seme uul eat that want it,
But we liae meat that we can eat
An' sae the Lord he thankit
Use Shamrock Brands
BURNS' HAMS. BAtON. LARD
P. Burns C& Co. Ltd.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd
Distributors for Swift's  Products
All our choice fresh killed
Beef, Pork, Mutton, Veal;
Lamb and Poultry are kept
in our new Cold Sti rage
Cooling rooms anil displayed
in the shop for sale in Refrigerating Glass Counters
and Window. We handle
nothinjr hut Swift's < iovern-
meiit inspected meats, silver
leaf lard. Premium hams &
bacon.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
I lli.ll   Cl -VSS   Ml. v 1    Pi l<\ l.\ ORS
Phone 1Sl
P. O. Box 181
In the Twilight
of Life
There ii nothing that can please the old folk* M
much as a
Victor
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t«i'".,««ca«U3-..i«u,i.'t
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Prices from $15.00 up.   Easy payments.
Over 3000 selections to choose from.
Hear the good old songs of heart and home sung
by leading artists, at our stor*.
Nor' West Talking Machine Co, Ltd.
REVELSTOKE,   B. C.
Wholesale Distributor! lot  I
nl   '*.    *
Arnts Wanted       Liberal Discount
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the: mail-hebald, revelstoke
SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 1911
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CORRESPONDENCE invited on mat
tera of public interest. Coin
munications to Editor must be
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not necessarily lor publication,
but as evidence of good faith.
Correspondence Bhould  be  brief.
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Includinc  postage to England,  Unit
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By tbe year ithrough postotticej $2.5'
Che flDatllberalb
SATURDAY,  AUGUST  111,  1911
HU.I1INS SEASON
New Regulations Governing Shooting ot Game in B. C.
In '* .* i of i h n *..i approach ol
the bunting season attention im cnll
,•. : >* the prov Incial authorities to
(act that hereafter the use of
lUton ' .' ns is strictly illegal iu
an; part I British Columbia. These
guns have  only  conic Into      general
■ mt years and have
eei   •  peels   ■  favored by duck hunt
-■:■-  •*. •      tl      armed, have been   enable I  •     -vol ■■  wholesale havoc. Th ■
plnloi     ff to be
tbat ■       ise ol  the automatic gun Is
■ r. mlike
■ ler in council passed
at I me as that making Uie
use ol i *: matic guns a statutorj of
'•■:*•!, a n for mon
sheep was declared, during thi ensu
log two years, in the districts of
Yale, Okanagan and S m   . im en an.l
year of    immunity
ted tbe wapiti in all  pari       of
■'      rapil      *■    great
American elk)  of     Vancouvei   Island
t.e:r. j .   ui lei   special  i     I •
tion
TS- matt •  the      open
* *   wns
• • 11   al   a
■' eiecdtlve,
12 bi Dg .i lopted
Game     w
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tha* port the mainland nol
Fernte,     Cranl
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Have You Obtained Your Winter's
Supply of Coal Yet?
PITTSBURG HARD, Furnace Coal   $16 per ton
BANKHEAD COAL (Stove Size) $10.25 per ton
(a limited supply on hand)
WELLINGTON (soft coal)
WOOD (16 inch)
$11.00 per ton
$7.50 per cord
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
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PREWTION Of FOREST FIRES
Victoria, H. C, Aug. IX—Tn connection  with  tl nergetic and  system
ntic eampatgu agniiiBt th,' devastnt-
lllg I'liii.-I Iiim whicli llilri seas.hi has
been organized and curie.1 forward,
with so gratifying success under thc
direction ol the Provincial Minister
ul hands. Hun. W. It. Ross, consiil
able attention has wisely been directed to the principal organization
causes, tin* policy of the forest protection and conservation aiming prim
ai ily ai tli.- prevention of lires rath
er than then suppression—wbich is
hut hi .umi common sense. The care
lessness of campers, hunters, pros
pectors and others In dropping cigat
ui cigarette ends or still burning
matches and most particularly in
neglect ol sufficient precautions in
the malting ami the extinction of
cump tins, together with parallel
lack ol care m land clearing and in
logging operations, already have
'■■■■■tt fully .leal! with, and with ad
vantugc  in     stimulation  of      public.
recognil t  these sources ol dang-
• I  .mil diminution of the number and
seriousness of forest Bres.
There remains, however, une com
uniii cuiise of fires in the bush which
each year's statistics show to bc responsible for iiuite as much timher
loss as .my of the others tabulated,
viz: the railways, either in construe
timi ur .n operation. As to tho tat
ter, it cannot be too plainly or too
emphatically pointed oul for the pub
he's Information thai jurisdiction ov
■r practically all existent operating
roads in British Columbia rests nol
.*.' I , the i'i "'• incial authority hut
with tho Dominion govei nmenl. thru'
the Railway Commission. iml> u
few uf the M- tnhlish d roads I li
rihuswup fi I 'I. in.i. an and thc \ .
torln .v* rtidnej are in run nl ci
implcfl   .ii .   uu !■      • * a
•ial jurisdiction,   logetbei     with
i at iidian  Pacific,  tin*
Ian I  transport   i ntei pi
■*.i ward  **\. '       *  * pro
vinciul ci nti ■   ■    t *
■ ment     ■       -Vict
iS    lol   '   i'l:   '
regulations  as  w ili  re I u
as  possibli   ti    thc
danger  to   stand n.*   I i
immni *'*.*•*
The  form *'
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■ts directlj :
> "..'.iini
lilwnys,   Hi
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panics
ili.it in its i'n..:l determination
prevenl insofar as possible the occur-1
ence and grievous waste of fui'i'st lir-oa
lhn government of the day in British
Columbia makes no exceptions u1' rail
way or other powerful corporations,
whil.* equally insisting upon the rational observance of every due precaution by camper, logger, prospector or -Ml Her. These regulations in
special  regard     to forest   protection,
henceforward      governing   iin n
st i not inii ami operation of railways
in iii British Columbia are in then
test   as   follows:
1 During construction, ihe     righi
of-way   of every  railway    shall       be
cleared   of nil   trees,   logs,   brush  ainl
other perishable matter.     Huns spec
[ally  reserved to he made into    ties,
timber or cordwood,  must be remov
e.l  within a  resonablc time.  All  nth*
er Inflammable material must be piled as near the centre of the right- of
way as possible    without interfering
vvltli the construction of the roadbed
and  burned  under permit  from      the
provincial fire warden.  Before issuing
such  permit,   the warden must he sat
Is Iled  that  ample  precautions      hnve
heen  taken  to ren.ler such     burnings
safe.
2 Trees an*I lirusli must not he
thrown upon adjacent lands, hut,
must I*.* piled .ind burned on the ri-gtrl
of way as provided above. Trees
unavoidably felled outside of the
rigtil of way must be * ut up, removed to right-of-way, and there dis
posed  of.
:i In a.hlit nm to clearing its right
of way, as provided above, every rail
way company shall remove, when su
ordered from laud alongside its
rifeht-of-wny, any dead timber or
accumulation of debris that endang
.is the safety of adjoining tinilKT
lands, ami shall pile an.l burn such
dead timber nnd debris under dlr
eetiuii and permit from the distriol
lire wai den.
I   Thi |   rail
ivnj ' mpany must .it i!1 t mes Iw
kepi i  timber,  brush
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Sixty Years the Standard
DnPRICE'S
CREAM
Baking Powder
It makes home baking easy
and gives nicer, better and
cleaner food than the "ready-
made." There is no baking
powder or preparation like it
or equal to it for quickly and
perfectly making the delicate
hot biscuit, hot bread, muffin,
cake and pastry.
NoAlum—NoLime Phosphates
"Alum In baking powder is dangerous and should be prohibited."
—Prof. Schweitzer, State Univ., Mo.
orders of tin   Minister of Lands.  Due 1
notice must   lie  given  to  the Minister
uf  Lands  before  any  such  cutting is
dune in any  locality. |
7 I'lveiy locomotive engine having
an extension smoke box shull be
equipped with nebbing mesh, the
iiiMsh to In in,I larger thnn 2\ x2;
per Inch Nu. lu* Birmingham wire
gauge
NOTICE
Hevelstoke Lnnd District.
District of West   Kootenay.
Take notice thnl sixty days after
date Dominion Sawmills ami Lumber Ltd., of Revelstoke, B. 0., a
Lumber Company intend to npply to
ml  lu be placed  in  the smoke   the  Minister of  Lands for permission
box so as lu extend completely   over   to  purchase  ('.MO)  Two  hundrtd    an.l
the aperture through which th
smoke ascends the openings of tht
said mesh nol to exceed a quarter ol
an inch and une sixty •fourth
Inch to the square inch. On
engine equipped with a diamond
stack  the  mesh  to  he  not  more thnn
forty acres of land  described  us follows:
Commencing at  a  post   planted    iU
"r    an   chains   smith   Irom   the   South     Kast
every   corner   of   Pearsons   Pre -Emption, Lot
901)2,  Croup Hue.   Kootenay  District
and      marked    "P. S. M.  &  L.   Ltd.,
EDISON THEATRE
Monday Night,
August 2Ist, 1911
The Show that set all Chicago Talking
A Musical Story of the Golden West
The Flower of the Ranch
By JOSEPH E. HOWARD, Composer of
" The Stubborn Cinderella," " Miss Nobody from Starland," " Thc Goddess of
Liberty," and a score of others.
EXCELLENT CAST HEADED BY
JESS HARRIS      BETTY CALDWELL
and positively the best Singing and Dancing
Chorus ever gotten together.
SEE
The Stage Coach  Hold-up
The Cowboy Quartette
Hanging the Tenderfoot
SEE
FEATURE   NOVELTY    NUMBERS
" California," " Wishes," " Claremont,"
" Sweetheart Ties," " In the Days of '49,"
'' Lu-Lu Babe," "Watching the Blue smoke
Curl," " The Pajama and the Nightie," and
"Oceana Roll," the Season's Greatest Song
Hit.
A SINGING. DANCING. MERRY. MUSICAL WHIRL
PRICES OE ADMISSION, $1.50. $1.00. 50c.
Seats on Sale at   Macdonald's Drug Store
■
3x3* per  inch  nl  \i
11)
Birmingham   South  West Corner  Post,"
Ihence
wire gauge  and  to  he  placed across
the  top of   thc  stuck  so  us  to    coill-
 th     i.n     chains,    thence   east 40
ehuins, thence south 60 chains, thcnoi
p'.etely covet the sume, the opening west 40 chuius to the point of com
ul  the snid  in. sh  not 10 exceed three-   menceinent.
sixteenths of an inch and one-sixty Duted this -ill dny of August, 1911.
fourth of an Inch to the square Dominion Sawmills ft Lumber, Ltd.
inch. I Ag,19-60     By .Tames England, Agent
8 The openings at tlie back uf tlie ___^——-
ash puns on .cry locomotive engine
must be covered with heavy sheet
iron dampers or with screen netting
dampers 2;, x2; per inch ol No. 10
Birmingham wire gauge—such dump
ers tu Ire fasyened either by a heavy
spi ing  or   i  split   cutter and  pins.
'i   i iverflow pipes [rom the injectors
NOTICK
A meeting of the shareholders ot
tho Canadian Pacilic Oil Co. nt B.C.
will |>e held in the office nf the
Kootenay Agencies, Ltd., on Saiur-
mtist lie put. Into tbe front and hack ,lay. August 19th, at 8 p.m., for th
part- ipans and used   from   purpose of   sending a   representative
Vpril t tober ,n lusive. to  the annual meeting of the Com
l"   During  the months from    April   Pany In  Vancouver.
: ' tsive,      wire      screens   ,
the windows of   all
smoking      compartments   of    railway
' • iy   railway   company    shall
lectors at  terminals where
• m il ve   -i.e.: is   are housed
ause    these
ex in t once a
..nces us-
,!*■     the
■
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i        each
slluW
rotectlve
railway
■ isonable
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American and Canadian Sciential tell ut the
common house Ily is the cause of more disease
md death than any other agency.
WILSON'S
Fly Pads
kill all the  flies   and  the   disease
germs too.
Tho Surest, Safest and Quickest Way to Acqulro Generous ProfitB
on your investment Ib to Buy Lands In New Towns In Prosperous
Countr ins Such as Canada.
LOTS IN FORT FRASER TOWNSITE
Selling Just Now at $100 and $150. Higher Soon
This is tin' lown tin re is so much talk about. Kight in the heart of
lhe wonderful Province of British Columbia. Situated on a river, ou
the main line of (Irand Trunk I'acilic Railway.
Printed Data,  Maps,   Plans and Pictures supplied  promptly  with
statement regarding easy terms of payment.       Write to-day lor choice.
CHAS. M. FIELD. - Agent. Revelstoke
The title to Port Fraser is guaranteed by the U. ('. Government and is deposited in Trust with the Dominion
Sin k and Houil Corporation of Vancouver; Capital
$2,01X1,000.    Literature on request.
Photos! Photos!  Photos!
Get your l'hoius nl the TRUKMAN STUDIO and be satisfied.
All Work Guaranteed, lt will be your own fault if you accept
anything that does not fully please you,
BABY    PHOTOS   A   SPECIALTY
Developing and  Printing for   Amateurs.    Prices Right.    See   mc
before sending work out of town
A. D. Toiirner, Photographer
Trueman Studio - Over Macdonald's Drug Store
Will fa-open Mines
Aug   ;■> -.i   t     re uli   i
,, i *.v      ,*. ■  •.      •, mine
ittl le ' ' ■
..••,* i- the  *■   n  ind * , n thi m n<
Tbe   ■ -     ttto eded at once
and i
delay.   Tbe   ■;•• rati r   think tb it en
mi n  -nil i» : a.'i 1 in i in   tlie
l th.it  ,n a    borl  t.n."   -ill
thf striker! will be .,f  work.       it"
sump' i  r'< will be on tbe  '.an
i« uf the majority report ■*! th   a n
< Ma' Bt *■ bj Hr  Gordon
ind Co   i Ma   • -I   >n l-ehoH nf   th<*
lid       '!':<•   linn       ■ •    nop
■I '■  11   us
...lavements Can  lie male to do so*
GOURLAY   PIANOS
High-Priced, But Worth the Price
Call and see them.    Let us   give you the   reason
why they arc the best that money can buy.
Edison Phonographs - Victor Gramophones
ALL RECORDS OF THESE TWO MACHINES KEPT
Agent for Gourlay. Winter & Leeming's
Gherhard Heintzman, and other noted
makers of Canada's finest pianos.
cr.  zbultg-ibi-A.im:
Save Your Horses!
Scene from "The }-'lotm i]l the Rap,cb" JSdfoon  Theatre. Monday, August 21st
Provender la dear and so is horse flesh, hut light running
wagons and buggies arc cheap.
The evolution of lhe harm anil Road   Vehicles   hns   kept   pace J
with moderu science and llow we are offering
All Spring-Steel Wagons
fitted oui with perfect roller-hearing running gear just as cheap as
the old-fashioned wooden framed wagon. Thev run lighter and
eaalei and wear longer.
Those who purchased Ihem are our most satisfied customers.
You don't have to take off the wheel-, to grease them; they are
duat proof caps and carry a much heavier load than the ordinary
wagon,
A full supply of buggies of the newest makes also garden and
farm implements, ask us about them.
S. McMAHON
First Stroet, West,
Opposite Pott Office SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 1911
THE IMI^IL-IHIIEIRJLXnD, EEVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,   AUGUST  19,   1911
THE CANADIAN  BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR  EDMUND WALKER,  C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., PRESIDENT
ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager
CAPITAL, - $10,000,000~ REST, -   $8,000,000
DRAFTS ON FOREIGN COUNTRIES
Every branch of The Canadian Rank of Commerce is equipped to issue drafts on
thc principal cities in the following countries without dela*
Africa Crete ?.rr,.<e.
Arabia Cuba Holland
Iceland
India
Ireland
Italy
AfKcnttnc Republic Denmark
Australia
Austria-Hungary
Hclgium
Hra7.il
Bulgaria
Ceylta
chin
China
Zealand
way
,1,
ter
n China M.ilta
lryP'l I
raroc Islan
Finland
Formosa
France
Fr'ch Corfu
Germany Manchuria
Great Britain Me
The amount of these drafts is stated in the money of the country where they are payable ; that is they are drawn in Sterling, francs, marks, lire, kronen, florins, yen,
taels, roubles, etc., as the case may be. This ensures that the payee abroad will
acceive the actual amount Intended. A233
REVELSTOKE    BRANCH--F.  M. GIBSON. MOR
Ne
No
Panama
Persia
Peru
Philippine Inland.
Portugal
Ivoimwuiia
Russia
Servta
Si am
Siberia
Soudan
South Africa
Spain
Straits Settlemrnta
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
United States
Uruguay
West Indies, etr.
MEN'S   AND   BOYS'   SHOES
The leather that goes into our shoes and the
men who make them can always be depended
upon. That's why our customers are always
satisfied.
Our harness is the very best. Dusters,
Whips, Trunks, Suit Cases. All leather goods
always in stock.   Call and see our goods.
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
Boot and Shoo Repairers,
Saddlers
Harness Makers
THE MOLSONS BANK
INOORPORATEO|I855
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  BANKING   BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS    BANK   DEPARTMENT
At all Branohcs.    Interest allowed at highest current rate
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT Manager.
IT SURE IS HOT !!
But is always cool at the greatest health resort on
the American Continent
HALCYON HOT SPRINGS SANITARIUM
The Ideal Plaep to spend the Summer Holidays.    Natural
Hot Water Baths, 121 degrees of heat.
Rales from $12 lo $15 Per Week
Write us for particulars.   Wm, Bovn, Manager
GET   "WISEI
Have the Best!     It Pays!
You can get the best of
Everything in the line of
SMOKERS' SUNDRIES
At the Reliable Headquarters
McKinnon's Cigar Store
ASK THE DRIVER
Everybody knows him, he will
tell you that the whiskeyB we are
selling are the best. Call and be
convinced. No household should
be without a supply of our Harvey's Special Scotch Whiskey; our
Frapln Liqueur Brandy, guarantead
30 years old or Blackberry Brandy
for Medicinal purposes. Our stock
of choice Wines and Liquors of all
kinds are unexcelled. Sold hy all
the leading hotels, or telephone
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
importers and Dealers In Pure Wines, Liquors, Cigars and Cigarettes
The Coldstream Estate Nurseries
VERNON, B. C.
Have .t very fine assortment of FRUIT TRE    ES
Ornamental and Shade Trees and Shrubs
Budded   Stock   a   Specialty
All trees offered for sale are grown in our own Nurseries
on the Coldstream   Estate
V. D. Curry, Geo. Matheson,
General Agent, Local Agent,
Vernon, B, C, Rertlttoke, B. C
TETE JAUNE CACHE
Will be Important Centre as soon
as Railroads Reach There
W. A. Lennox an.l W, McNeil arrived in town on Sunday, sajs the
Kamloops Standard, trom Tftc
Jaune Cacbe i*nd have nothing but
good to say of the possibilities of
what will become a very important
centre us soon as tbe steel on the
Grand Trunk Pacilic and the Canadian Northern reach thut point. As
the beaut of navigation on the Fraser
river, the Cache must, tor some time
at least he the distributing point
for all the Upper Fraser valley in-
cludlng Fort George. Freight will
be brought from the Cacbe to construction points, farming aud min -
ing settlements as well as for the
busy town at the mouth ol the!
Nechaco.
Mr. Lennox states emphatically
theft from both an agricultural and
a mining stand point the country in
the vicinity of the Cache is worth I
tbo closest attention. New mineral
■discoveries are lieing made every
day both galena and gold having already been located in .quantities and
cvf values which will make the locations payable ones when transportation is secdred. Land foi: farming
purposes is being taken up rapidly,
and those settlers already in the
country bave -done well this season
as the very top prices have been obtained for all their products. Hay
alone went as high as seventy dollars a ton and other things in pro -
portion.
The construction work on the G.
T.I'. is proceeding at tbc rale of two
miles a day, a temporary bridge having been built across the Athabaska
river in order to allow steel to be
brought to the front. The work is
now within about thirty miles of
Tete Jnune Cache and it is expected
tbat trains will be running to that
point belore the end ol tlie year. The
Canadian Northern is building rapid
ly an.l the officials of this road say
that they will l.e into the Cache
almostas soon as the Q.T.P.
RKDFCKI)  INSt'RANCK  HATES
Montreal, Aug. IS—Five years ago
the Fire Underwriters suddenly and
very materially increased their rates
on Montreal risks. It was contented
that the heavy losses frnm tin* whieh
were OCCUrtog at thai time were largely chargeable to the inadequacy of
the city's lire-lighting equipment and
the inefficiency of those who were in
charge of it. There was, naturally,
much complaining, hut, on the whole,
the city accepted thc, situation at the
Underwriters' estimate and the city
council began to discuss ways mini
means  (or   remedying  it.
Until the advent of the Board ol
Control, but little practical improvement was made in conditions, al -
though tbe tide of general discussion
continued to occasionally disturb the
quiet of tbe city hall- In tbe last
nineteen months, however,, two und
a half million dollars has been spent
on new water conduits, more lire ap
paratus and generally increasing the
efficiency of the tire-fighting forces.
But, so lar, the insurance rate has
remained the same. The city is preparing a long report on thc matter
and the Fir? Underwriters will bc
called upon to lower their rates.
Moving pictures tonight.
According to the last oensus there
are a million more women than men
in England and Wales.
H.   Clement,   ex-member  of    Kent,
Ont., was nominated as Conservative
candidate   in   Comox-Atlin  at  Naiiai
mo on Tuesday.
The Bread combine recently formed
in the east will this fall ere/.t a modern bread plant in Vancouver, as woll
ae at Regina and Calgary.
New Electrical Supply Store
Open August 16
Complete line of Electrical Goods. Fixtures,
Motors, Fans, etc. Electrical and mechanical
repairs undertaken at moderate prices. Estimates
given. All work under personal direction and
satisfaction guaranteed.
A. G. DUCK,   ■   General Manager
Store and Office, Old Howson Block
This
Little
Crank
In Your Kitchen
'Saves 20 % on CoaP
It is a wonderful patent device, the Oxford Economiter, and ls llcemed
for use only on
STOVES
and RANGES
This marvellous regulator keeps the oven at a giver, temperature. No
heat is wasted—nothing goes up thc flue but bad odors, steam and smoke.
The fire is held for hours without attention—ready for immediate use—
and all tbis labor, time and fuel saved by simply turning tbe crank.
With thc Divided Oven Flue Strip you have even baking, because of
the perfect distribution of heat, secured by this expert arrangement.
The Reversible Grate
is provided with strong,
interlocking teeth that reduce coals to ashes by
a single turn. In appearance, in details of finish
and design the Chancellor
is an ornament as well as
a necessity in any kitchen.i
The Range here represented and other Gur-
ney-Ox fords of every sort
for every purpose, displayed on our floor.
SPECIAL DEMONSTRATION
NOW
Lawrence Hardware Company, Ltd.
A competitive examination will be
held in November next at the examination centres ot the Civil Service
Commission lor the entry of Naval
Ca.lets for tbe Naval Service of Canada; there will bc 25 vacauciei.
Candidates must be between tlie
lines of 14 and IU years on tbe 1st
Of January next; must be Uritish subjects and must bave resided, or their
parents must have resided iu Canada
lor two years immediately preceding
the examination; short periods of absence abroad for purpose of education
to be considered as residence.
Successful candiaates will join the
Hoyal Naval College at Halifax in
January next, the course at tho
College Is two years and the cost to
parents, including board, lodging,
uniform and all expenses, is approximately *400 for tbe lirst year and
if'-VMJ  for  the second  year.
Un passing out of College, Cadets
will be rated Midshipmen, and will
receive pay at the rate of i'2 per
diem. '
Parents of intending candidates
should make application to the Sec.
retary Civil Service Commission, Ottawa, before 15th October next.
Further information can be obtained on application to tbe Secretary,
Department of Naval Service, Ottawa
Unauthorized publication of this
notice will not be paid for.
(3.  J. DESUAHATS,
Deputy Minister of tho Naval Serviee
Department of the Naval Service,
Ottawa, August 1st,  1911.
\dgmys
Coronation
uTEAwi
Packed in
BEAUTIFUL CORONATION
SOUVENIR TINS
60<   a pound
In commemoration ol the coronation of
King ('.coruc V," Kidgways " have put on llic
market a coronation tin ol a most pictim-siiue
and exiiiiisite desiijn. bearing excellent portraits
o( King George V.-Quecn Mary ami the Prince
of Wales. Special panels have been designed
representing Canada, India, Africa. Australia
and New •.iland.
Only a limited number have been unpolled.
Price GOc. (or nne pound tins.
At lii -1 Mi"1*-.
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1836
"AI IT HERE SIIVCE 1900V
.DOW,
■QMser"
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VOU WORK,,
MflKE MR MONEY'
WORK TOO.
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with us they win. femn
42 INTEREST WHICH
WECRtPITMOnTHLV :\
/triprionexsHETURn,-
/IBLEONDEMArtP
*s quickly as thf. mm.}
(MM CARRY IT.
PEOPLE JUST /15 CAREFUL
MDCrtUTKHJJilS
you Clin BE,
rtREWEli- PLEASED;,
m THOROUGHLY'
SATISFIED;,
WITH THE WW 111 WHICH
our Rainess is
TMHSHCTZDH BUSiriESV
IWH&ED BY PEOPLE OP'
MIfiflESTinTEGRITX
a posm.eiviriG
youR wMe */ippr&ss v
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ruu-iriFORM/iTiori.
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RENT5T0C0U.ECT.
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LET US ATTEND TO IT.
W ARE PLEfl5inO
■ OTHERS WE WILi-BE SURE
TO PLEASE YOU.
321 fiainbi/Street,
ip\&i\co\iver B.C.^
Shiloh's Cure
quickly etopt t otidhi,
tbt Uuoat aad luofr.
FURNITURE
We carry a complete stock of
Furniture, Carpets, Linoleums,
Oilcloths, etc. Get our prices before purchasing elsewhere.
R. Howson & Co., Revelstoke, B. C.
Shaw's Sash and Door Factory
Manufacturers of Sash and Doors, Mouldings
and all kinds of Woodwork.
Get your Screen Doors and Windows made to
Order.
G. 2). Shatv,   -    Troprietor
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props, ,
Enlarged   and Improved.     Firet-Claas in every respect.     All modern convenience*
Large .Sample Koouib.
Rates $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.   ALBERT     ST03STE      JP3ROI3.
E.   G.    BURRIDGE
Tinsmith Repairs, Hot Air, Pipe
and Furnace work
-WORK   SHOP
Oonnaught Ave.   -   Reveletoke
R. Z. CRAWFORD
CONTRACTING
PAINTER
Satisfaction Rtiaraiiteeil
Agent  for
Flexlume
Signs
UNION HOTEL
ARROWHHAD, B. 0.
Special Attention given to commercial
men and tourists. First-class sample
rooms. Finest scenery in British t'nlnni-
bia, overlooking Upper Arrow Lake.
W. J. Lightburne, Prop
Five Acre Lot
Suitable for subdivision
Close to City  Limits
PRICE 8800
Electric  Half Cash
R. Z. CRAWFORD
Kesidence Cor. 8rd St. and Robson ave
Shop In Alley back of Ii. J. Bourne's
Store, First Street
H. B. STONEX
Practical..
Machinist
Repairs of all kinds  neatly done
Bicycle and Oun work a specialty
Estimates given on any class
of work
Front       Street.
Lumb
ermen
rurrs colds, heal,
as ••*«*.
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 of working clothes
for the bush. I make a
specialty of Logging
Shoes, Pant'., Sox, Shirts
Blankets nnd everything
required in your business.
CEMENT BLOCKS
Minnfaokiired for «i. oiaM«i of  balldlugi
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE GUY AND FIRE  BRICKS
For »nle in lammr •'mall qORBtttlei
nt tl • In*' it  price.* '  ■ ■ > ■'<
All kiuds'of building *nd [.. » ur,i.»'
ntiderlftkeii
Foote & Pradolini.
REVELSTOKE
Fruit Lands
FOR SALE
(i ilena Hay lands in parcel? of
10 or '20 acrw or en bloc. Corret<-
pondence invited.
John Shaw, Agent.
Box 616 Arrowhead
Balance on Terms
W. B. ROBERTSON
Real Estate and Insurance
Corner McKenzie Av*. and'2nd St.
MRST-CUSS
SHOE SHINING
and Office Cleaning
Per.-ons wishing their offices
or stores cleane<l can do so
by leaving orders at
Morgan's
BarberShop
188/ G0N7AGA COLLEGE |81J
Conducted by ihe Jefnlt Father* aa a
ttoanting and nay rtchool, entert upon it*
jubilee year, with a well known record of
htearty pruere-^ und ■uoi'OM. In il* pruMnt
»t*ti' of development, with iU complete
-Utff of competent prof♦*-■•«<irw and it- up-u>-
date equipment* a otfer:- to lay i ho beet
• -•1 j. *.:; r.ft. foclUUei >>f nny m«t it nt ion in
ihenorthwe-t FmII collegiate high loeool
and commercial OOUTMI, al»o prapaiutciry
depart incut toi younger «tndent.« ljwt
vear'i enrolment 616 Kail term opens on
Sept. ii. 181L ''tiHlogm* OD application.
AiUlrc-" PreeidttDt, <Juii/.'iga College. Spo-
■kan-. \S a*!). jly 15
HOLY MMES ACJIBEMV INO RORMRL SCHOOL
Sl'iiKASK,  Wahii.
I'Htalogne and RntPB on Application.
Address :    Sihtbk Superior.
Electric Restorer for Men
Phosphotiol Mtjjm «v«rJ nerve In Ihe bodr
lii* ii i to lit prop-tr Wniton ; re-Hrre*.
•in im) tIi«i i j. Prtaittute decay •nd ill «e«nil
• ■•lV-ii.il trifled ll on-f rkoiph—I -.ni
miii jnu«nfw m»o. Price §8 • boi, cr two tor
MrVI 't «n» aH-iri". Th« toobell tlu
i tt. Catharines. Ont.
1
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It.   Mil!tdtitnri4dre«.   th« tooboU ttu
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Sold at Macdonald'i Drug Btor*. ■■
BVTTRPAY.  AVtirST 1".  1511
THE! nULJk.IL-IKElR^LID,   HEVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,  AUGUST 10,   1911
BIG MISSIONARY GATHERING
To be Addressed by J. R. Nott,
ILD. and Sir A. Fraser
\ ancouver .s to be tin Beat nf .i
rpmarkaMe religious gathering in
October.   From  October   l^rli   tn  tb.*
-•>:'■.. the Men'sMtssi iry Convention
ot ihe Laymen's Missionary Move
meat will hold its sessions there
Some ot the lea-ding men—lay nn
clerical the missionary experts and
spee.aiist*' ol !!..* churches from Bast
•cm Canada—are coming West tu par
ticip.it.*  in  ilie.*).*  meetings.
Th* convention is interdenomtnn
• •:. i .-. haracter. Dr. CUown, Clen-'
,•: . Superintei lent ■:' the Methodist]
cburch * I'.iiiaJa. In. Sydney Gould
; •:..* M - i .1'., in. It. 1'. McKay,'
•' the  presbytei Ian i;.*n-'
•■: *.     \ sembly;     Mr.  .1.  F.    Brown I
*! istice *•:  Saskatchewao;     Mi
H. K.  Baskey, General SVcretarj    .,t
th*  L.M.M  ii.l   Canada,   and a  tiunib-
r *•; other men will bt on tb*    pr.,-
C. P. I TIMETABLE
WESTBOUND.
No. 3 arrives ut li a.m., lenvi>s at
0:20 a.m.
No. 1 arrives at 3:15 p.m., leaves
at 3:35 p.m.
No.  13,   Seattle  train,  arrives      at
4:36 p.m., leaves at 4:45 p.m.
EASTBOUND.
No. 11, Seattle train, arrives at
7:15 a.m.,  leaves 7:35 u.m.
No. 2 arrives at 11:40 a.m., loaves
at lii o'clock uoon.
Nn. 1 arrives at 12:46 a.m., leaves
at 12:55 a.m.
Smith train leaves Rovelstoko at
7:35 a.m., arriving back nt 4:15 p.m.,
connecting here with Nn. 13.
Bungalow to rent on fifth street.—
Apply W. li. Robertson.
Bees for sale- two colonies for $2*5
Mrs. Hen. Laforme, pb ne 220.
CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENT.!
NOTICE.
Broadview (Fractional) 1.. II. and
Indiana Mineral Claims, situate in
the Trout Lake Mining Division of
West  Kootenay  District.
Whore looated:—On Great Northern
Mountain.
TAKE NOTICK that, 1, (1. 11. N.
Wilkie, acting as agent for the Ohio
Mines Development Co., Limited,
Free Miner's Certificate Numnber
Ii255,.l7,* intend, sixty days from
date hereof, to apply to the Mining
Uecorder for a Oertiflcate ol Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above
claims.
And further take notice that action
under section 37, must be commenced
before the issuance of such Certilicate
of Improvements.
Dated Ihis 17th day of August,
1911.
ii.  II.  N. WILKIE,
Trout Lake. B. C.
NOTICK   TO    CREDITORS.
In the Matter of the Estate of James
K. Long, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that all
creditors and others naving claims
against the Estate of dames Iv.
Long, late of Uevelstoke,. 11. C, deceased, who (lied at Itevelstoke on or
about' the 12th day of June, 1911,
are requested to send to the undersigned, Solicitors for Rev. C. A.
Procunler, Executor of tbe last will
of said deceased, within HO days from
date, full particulars of their claims,
duly verified, and that nfter that
date the said Kxccdtor will proceed
to distribute the said estate amongst
those entitled thereto, regard being
bail only to those claims of wbich
said Executor shall have then received  notice.
Dated  Augusl   Kith,,1911.
HARVEY, McCARTER fi PINKHAM,
Solicitor for Uev. c. A. Procunier,
Executor ol the last will of
Deceased.
BREWERY  POR SALE.
Under Instructions tlie undersigned
Solicitors fur the Executor of the
last Will of the late James K. Long,
of Revelstoke, ll. 0., a brewer, ile-
ceased, invite tenders for the purchase of the business and property
known as "Long's Brewery" at. Revelstoke. The area of the land is between live and six acres with a good
stream of water running through it.
The buildings and improvements consist of a brewery and dwelling and a
profitable brewing business has been
carried on there during several years
past.
I Tenders will be received by the un-
, dei'signed up to and including
I September 16th, l'Jll, for thc pur
I chase of the property,
i Further particulars, if desired, may
ibe obtained from the undersigned,
HARVEY, McCARTER <& PINKHAM,
Solicitor  for  the   Executor.
UNDER   ENTIRELY
NEW  MANAGEMENT
St. Leon
Hot Springs
Hotel
Hoi mineral hatha especially recommended for invalids ami those in need of
toning up.
[•exclusive bath*) provided for ladies. 2d
Private Rooms handsomely lilted up.
Rates $1.50 to $2  tier  day, or $10 per
week.
H    COUSINS,   PROP.
KOOTENAY      LODGE,  No.   .i A.  F.
nud A. M.
Regular meetings are held In MASONIC TEMPLE, Oddfellows' Hall
on the Third Monday in each month
at 8 p. m. Visiting brethren art
cordially welcome.
ROBT.  GORDON,  W. M.
W.  B.  ROBERTSON,  Secretary.
Mram.
il r.   .-
.; Toronti
ti
If
lodiu tor.     Locally,  Britieh
mbia  will  mc* represented  on the
program   •;.   son 1    her     strongest
men. The Right Uev. the Bishop of
New Westminster will lead the devotions J the convention on the tirst
• re ing, The best known man in
public Lfe in ii. C. has been u/ked
to give the .. I Iress ol welcome to the
visiting delegates, and it is expected
he will at'i'ee to do so.
The   two   names   tbat      will   lill  the
• m■■-! ; ice *ii tin* public eye will
undoubtedly l>e those of John U.
Mott, L.L.D., and Sir Andrew Fraser
While in India i- Governor of lien -
gal, Sii Andrew Frasei obtained a
veey intimate knowledge of the workings .•; ti..* missions and be bas very
decided convictions iii regard to the
val.:, if them. He does not belong
;•* the Mim: and leisured class who
sometimes when tbey return from
non-ohristian  lands  say   Missions  nre
i failure. He Is u most ardent ad
rocate  ol   Missions,   A   speech   he    de
I vered a ,ew years ago iu the I'. F.
Assembly. Edinburgh, was u most
telling bit of apologetic literature.
J. R. Mott has beeu g prominent
figure .iu.i worker in Missianary circles the last 15 years. He was chairman of the Nashville Convention of
the Students Volunteer Movement in
l'in, and again the unanimous chosen chairman of the Edinburgh Worlds
Misa narj nference. Uy Ins tact.
skill, courtesy and kindness be fairly
captured the hearts ol the members
of th.*\t great gathering, regarded by
canny as thc greatest ol Christian
Councils. Mott is a .-i-liiil.ii. an organizer, an author .md a born leader
of men. A keen, brainy, level-headed
fellow to whom business men will
l»  lei m • listen.
It  will  afli rd  many  of the men  of
thia   drov :*m-  th?  opportunity    of  it
*■• me t    ' *   ■   these notable men
aa'. .•   -  expected that they will not
mi***,*.
Rev.   J.   H.   Came li     \       ol
ty  Heights   '■ I as    l.e.-n
appointed Field Secretary, anl li ■
will supply *11 necessary information
to intendfi ; visitors to  tlie conven-
• 'i and the churches. He will also
visit the principal eeuties in th
province t*> stimulate interest in the
movtmeae aid to endeavor to have
all the churches adequately represented by full <iel»irations.
'    NEW   TRAVEL    RECORD
Mont "fa       -x ig
•  ' •  thai  mattei
r kind, a*   (ar a
mar. ; . .*rn.."l.   i..i6    just
• -•    -.. * ■  tb* purser * '
if the     transal aen  playing
regulai -        'his     port    aB'!
Europe, who has Just  complete
thousandth  ti -- the Atlantic.
The**- ' ......
i!  travel  fur  surpassing any    I■-•     ■ h • rement  ol
a ttt   •'     -     h    any    reo rd   can
found.   The
equal  t *  11"  tr.p-  a the « irth
• r u.'-**^t.  I    thi   mo ■:.    01
t ail these 1   ps were madi
same   vee»-'.     n r
pl ihtnc '   i  . ■    •        tbe pui
B»r in quest * een travel I n.'
the Atlant ■     •.•■,   i- * -
halt H i entory    His first 1
n nal -•-■•-
•
•since u     was made on a      •        •
wiit' :*
.    .Tr*. - /'er
all     h    P»     hi'*       --'II \1"'|-
•geth«
bef..r» this    ,6W '"•' m *    rd w.ii
he beaten   tvi-n With  ••■ itly    ln-
creaaed speed ■•!   thf    j>:<*s.*m     day
liners.
Wednea*4ay afternoon nt the     con-
V« " - ' !„'•• til ■' I*'.*t mon ton, ral-
'■ ■'.     i  P.   E    Leuard,   presid-ent       ot
the Liberal listrict association, but
declared  ■**. tor T ilbot, n" llle
gal, ex-Premier Rutherford was chosen ne Liberal candidate (or Edmonton constituency. Tbe convention was
attend'-*-''! by elchty people, mont of
whom art kn*-,wn hr grone Liberals.
Rutherford accepted the nomination,
claiming IQpport bernufc ho had
wf-rjir**! the location of the capital nt
BdnontOB. M» dealt at leneth with
the railway policy whr-h his govern-
pi»nt had before hf resigned Irom
pfflee.
FOURTH   ANNUAL
Fall   Exhibition
Revelstoke, B. O.
Monday-Tuesday, September 11-12,1911
»5,000  IN  PRIZES
Agricultural and Fruit Exhibits, Live Stock, Poultry,
Home Made Cooking and Preserves Manufacturers' Exhibits
Ladies' Work
GOOD HORSE RACING AND SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS
Special Railway Rates-One-and-One Third Fare
for the Round Trip to the Revelstoke Exhibition
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
The Dominion Elections
will soon be on
so also will be
The Shooting Season
- - ■' ■♦■'   ■ - -
Game Heads Mounted by
TAXIDERMIST EDWARDS
P  O. Box 31
REVELSTOKE, - B. C.
■
Fruit and Vegetable
Boxes and Crates
Our Ilox Factory is now miming aiid
we are in a position to Blipph all kinds
of fruit ami vegetable boxes ami crates,
Those who have not already sent us
their orders should do sc at oner as Ihey
are coming in fast, ami we would like to
deliver all orders in ^ooil time' Dur
boxes are equal to any on the market
and prices cau he had on application to
S. McMahon, Kevelstoke, or to
THE KERNAGHAN LUMBER COMPANY, LTD.
Salmon Arm, B, C,
SELKIRK     LODGB 12.  1.  O.  O. F.
Meets every Thursday evening in
Selkirk Hall at 8 o'clock. ViBiting
brethren cordially invited.
J.  B.  HOOLEY,  N. U.
JAS.  MATHIE,  Becretary.
COURT     MT.      BEUBIE,    No. 8461.
Ub' 1. O. F.
Meeta in I. a 0. F. Hall next to
Tapping's Opera House every second
and Iiiiutli Monday in month. Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.
U. W. BELL, O. R.
WM.   B.   CAMERON.   Rec.-Sec.
GOLD RANUE LODUE,      K.  ot    P.,
NO.  'Ji,   REVELSTOKE,  B.  0.
Meets svery Wednesday except   the
Third Wednesday ol eaoh month     in
Oddlellows'  Hall at < o'clock.  Visiting Knights ars cordially, invited.
J. T.  SIMPSON, 0. 0.
Q. H. BROCK, K. ot R. * 8.
M. o( F.
O. W. 0. W.
Mountain View Camp, No. 22*.
Meets Second    and     Fourth  Woduie-
.duys    in each month in    Selkirk
Hall.     Visiting Woodmen are
cordially invited to attend
H.  W. EDWARDS, Com. Com.
JAMES  McINTYRE,   Olerk.
Music by the City Band
SEE THE SPECIAL PRIZES  FOR FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
FROM  SURROUNDING DISTRICTS
DEPARTMENT OF WORKS^
COLUMBIA   DISTRICT
HIGHWAY     BRIDGE,     COLUMBIA
RIVBR,   HI'll.l.lMACllKNK,   B.O.
GALENA P. 0.
In the Matter ol Chapter  its "Navigable  Waters  Protection  Act,"
It. W. ('., 1906.
NOTICE is hereby given that draw-
ii)(;w an.l description ot the situ ot a
proposed bridge over thc Oolumbia
River, at Galena Hay, B, <'., have
been deposited with the Minister of
Public Works, Ottawa, and duplicates
thereof with the Registrar of Deeds,
at Nelson, B, <'., nnd that, thirty
days after date, tbe Hon. the Minister of Public Works in the Government of British Oolumbia will apply
to the Governor-General in (.'ouncil
for approval thereof,
J.   K.  GRIFFITH,
Publio Works Enginoer.
Department of I'ublic Works,
Victoria,  July 21st.  1911    Ag.20.
HARVEY, McCARTER
AND PINKHAM,
Barristers,   Solicitors,   Etc.
Imperial  Bauk  Building   Revelstoke, B. C.
Money to Loan.
Offices—Revelstoke,   B.   0.,     and
Cranbrook, li. 0.
Geo. S. MeCarter,
A. M. Pinkfaam, J. A. Harvey,
Revelstoke, Cranbrook
ROBERT 8MITH.
I'rovmuial  Lund  Suveyor,
Mining Surveyor,
McKENZIE  AVE.,
BOX   1%,
Engineering
REVELSTOKE.
NOTICE.
Certilicate  of improvement.
Wakeiield, Helen, Colorado, Dei
Norte, Del Key, Saa Juan, Delta,
aud Miujiwiii' Mineral Claims, situate iu tho Lardeau Mining Division
of Wcut Kooteuay District. Where
located:—on Mobawk  Creek.
Take Notice that I, A. H. Green,
acting ,|S ageut for Johu R. ll.aiy.
Special Free Miner's Certilicafie . No.
.ihlu, latend, sixty duys from date
hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for Certificates of Improvements, for the purpose of ohtaiaiug
Crown Grants uf the above claims.
Aud further take notice Unit action
under section 37, must be commenced
before the issuance of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this 20th day of October, A.
D., 1'ilO.
A. H. GREEN.
A. McRAE. Pres.     F. B. WELLS. Treas.   W. B. ROBERTSON. Sec.,
r^SfiK&i
TTTE KITCHEN
•
moim: -! i j:v. ix tiff, fkoxt room
MOONEY'S BISCUITS take
*:il*.o yourself,
MOONEY'5 ... for your own
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MOONEY'S PERFECTION
SODA BISCUITS
Winnip-cg (tctorj,
']
a l"  ii und in a
*, t;tl ■■:■ '.   ' .    * an i ime I'i your labli u
MOONEY'S.
t,. i            ; package or tin   oalcrl Iln--
both of tliem damp proof, du i proi ',
dirl proof   :...'■>
4
MnrmN
"LET MOONEY DO  IT"
Rebate on Taxes For 1911
A discount of twenty per cent, will
be allowed upon tbe General und
School Rate for current year, upon
all Tuxes paid on or before September 20th  prox.
By Order,
BRUCE A. LAWSON,
Aug.2, Sept. 2« City Olerk
Water Notice
t, il. c. Wuiiis,    of    Arrowhoad,
druggist, give notice that ou the
2ht,h day of August, I intend to apply to tin* Watei Commissioner,    at
bis office ill Itevelstoke, for u license
to tako and use 1(1 inches of water
from DaVia Creek in Kootenuy District. The water is to Ire taken from
the Bream about one hundred feet
above, anil in to Iw used on land
owned by applicant for irrigation
anil  domestic  purposes.
II.  C.  Wallls.
NOTICE
Kevelstoke  Land  Dlstriot.
District  ol West Kootenuy.
Take notice that I,  J. 0,  BlllOt, of
Arrowhead, li. 0., occupation, physician, Intends to apply (or pernriMlon
to    purchase bbe following described
lands:
Oommenoiflg at a post planted near
N.W. cornel post "f Lot 7«58 and running co chains north, theuce fid
chains  cast,  thence  1.0  chainB  south,
tim ehuins west to the point of
Commencement and marked " J. c.
I S,   W.   Corner   i'ont.       con-
tHiung somo 400 acres more or less.
Deted August 7th, 1(11.
J. C. ELLIOT.
I'er R. Armstrong, Agent.
NOTICE.
Kevelstoke Uiul District
District ot Wesl Kootenuy
TAKE NOTlclv thai" I, Samuel \V.
Ralstonoi ilHrrisoulmrg, \ lrgiuiu, occupation Photographer, intends to apply
lor permission lo purchase ttie lollowiug
<k*su ihe't lands ;—
Commencing at a post planted adjacent to the southwest corner ol Lot bl4S*.
llieuce nm ih -SU chains; west 40  chains,
iinli HI) chuius;_cust 4ii chains to poinl
ol commencement ami containing 420
acres more or less.
SAMUEL W. RALSTON.
James fisher Agent*>
| paled June Uth, Ml.
NOTICE.
Kevelstoke  Luud  District.
District ol West Kooteuay.
Tuke notice that 1, Hairy Joba-
stou, of Ai i <■'■'.d;.:.iJ, B. Ot| occupa -
tiou Meicliaut, iutsuds to upply lor
permission to purchuse the lollowing
described  lunds:
i '■•iimi. m.  ut  u  post   plunted  at
.ilium three hundred yurds south ul
Creek ou sand poiut iiii.iiit. two miles
north of Cupe Horu on Upper Arrow
Luke, running twenty chains north,
thenoe eighty churns east, thence
twenty cbains south, theuce eighty,
chums wesl along the lake shore te
poiut of commencement and containing one hundred and sixty acres more
or less.
Dated July 10th, UU.
HARRY  JOHNSTON,
NOTICE
Kevelstoke  Lund District.
District ot West Kootenay.
Take notice that I, Joeiab Hack,
of Revelstoke, B. C, occupation balr
dresser, intends to apply for permission to inn iim:,,* the following described  lands.
Commeuciug ut a post planted at
ubout thc Bouth-eust corner of Harry
Johnston's application to purchase,
and ruuning north forty chains,
thonce eust siity ohaius, thence south
forty chains, thence west sixty cbuins
ulong Uie Lake shore to point of
commencement und contaiulng three
hundred und twenty acres more or
lese.
Dated July 17th, 1911.
J0HIAH HACK,
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i
tl SATURDAY, AUGUST Id, 1911
THE MAIL-HEEALD, HEVELSTOKE
RATCRDAY, AUGUST 10,  1911
»
I
See special window displays.
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. g. J4ume Si 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.
Men s Hai Snaps
A line of hats that would please you
at any time, but at the price which we are
now putting on them you will be delighted
All the snappy soft hats of the present
season have been cut below cost to clear
them out. All the neat stiff hats of today
must go to make room for the new ones
of tomorrow. All the fashionable shades
of gray, brown, and green as well as the
staple blacks are in the lot. All sizes
from 6 5-8 to 7]. Don't miss this opportunity to buy a first-class hat at a second-
class price.
$1.85 each
New Sweater Coats
We have just received a shipment of
the famous "Hewson " sweater coats for
men and boys. Made from pure Nova
Scotia wool in the new high neck in different shapes; all the new shades and trim-
ings, and in different weights.
$2.50 to $5.50 each
Men's Fall Overcoats
Overcoats for Pall: the new patterns,
the new styles, the new colorings, we
have them all. The short dressy black
vicuna, with silk facings ; the long rain
coat; the heavy ulster; the Chesterfield.
All bear the famous 20th Century label.
Prices $18 to $27.50
MENS FALL SUITS
Our new Fall Suits have just arrived,
and we can assure you that nothing to
equal them has ever been shown in the
city.
Snappy, clean cut, tweed suits; suits
that will become the wearer and are the
height of style.   No fancy flaps or lapels,
no extreme lengths. They are made for
the man of taste who knows the styles of
to-day. All finished in the perfect manner in which only 20th Century Brand
garments show. Grays, browns, stripes.
Worsted suits in both hard and soft finish.
Prices $18 to $34
New Ribbons
Just in from France and Switzerland. 5 inch Dresden and 5 inch
Shepherd's check, in black and white
all sizes check. The most fashionable
ribbons
45c. per yard
Automobile Veils
New, all colors, some of those
new long ones with heavy tassels on
the ends
$1.25 to $5
White Wear Goods
A shipment of English madapo-
lains, long cloths, cambrics, soft
mulls, linens, etc*, the finest white
material shown for ladies undermus-
lins, lingerie, etc.
15c. to 50c.
Pillow Slips
Hemstitched,  40,  42,  44, 46 in.
wide, fine heavy cambric, pure white
Each 25c.
Sheets
Hemstitched,  full 72x90 inches,
plain or twilled,  extra heavy, pure
white beetle finished, at each
$1.25
Towelling
Heavy   colored   Turkish    roller
towelling,  fancy   stripes,  only 15c.
Saturday Night Specials
Wash Dresses
See our window of Cotton Wash Dresses
Your Choice $3.50
White Blouses
Fifty Only White Blouses in Lingerie
and Shirt Waist styles. They are $2.75
waists. Get one on Saturday at half
price
$1.35
Ladies' Skirts
Twenty   Ladies'   Skirts  worth   up to $7
go on sale ai
$3.90
Colored Wash Goods
400 yards of Chambrays and French
Ginghams, lovely colored wash goods,
worth 20C.   and  25c.    Special   Saturday
15c. per yard
Spool Cotton
As usual Saturday Bargain Spool Cotton
40c. a dozen or
3 Spools for IOc.
w% House Furnishings 2<l
Tapestry Squares
We have in stock a very choice
line oi these squares in greens, fawns,
and red effects. Choice new floral,
Oriental and Medallion patterns at
prices which should commend them to
the buyer.
Size 6.9x9—18 to $10.50
"     9 x 9—fil to 16.00
"   9x10.6—112 to 18.00
"   9x12—$20 and 21.00
"   10.6x12—125.00
-    These  Squares   are   splendid value.
For balance of July we are offering
10 per cent off for Cash
Bimgalo and Cable Nets
Our range of these heavy nets is complete with the new small patterns now
in vogue, as well as the line allover
styles. We are showing these in
White, Ivory, Kcru and Arab shades
45 to 50 incheB wide.   Price
20c. to $1 per yard
Pro Brussels Rugs
These are lhe newest and most popular Rugs for Bed room, Dining room or
Library, now on the market. The
strongest point in their favor is the
value. They are made to stand extra
hard wear, easily cleaned, have neat
artistic designs, and the price is remarkably low.
Size 9x9—111.00
" 9x10.6—$16
" 9x12—117 50
•'   7.6x9—S9.50
10 per cent off for Cash during
balance of July
Linoleum and Floor
Oilcloth
Our stock of Floor Coverings are all
heavy Scotch manufacture, the best
procurable. A choice range of patterns
in printed and inlaid goods. 3, 6, U,
and 12 feet wide.
Get Them at Hume's
High Class Groceries JSC
Seasonable Fruits
We can always assure you of the
best quality of fresh fruits. We are
now receiving daily Peaches, Pears,
I'lums, Canteloups, Oranges, Bananas, Lemons, Watermelons, Ripe Tomatoes and Cucumbers. Place a
standing order with us to be filled
from fresh arrivals each morning.
Get Hume's Prices
Baking Powders
We are just opening up a new
shipment of Price's Baking Powder
in 6oz., 12oz., 2}lbs. and 51b. cans.
The constant and rapid increase in
the demand for this Baking Powder,
shows the public's appreciation of a
medium priced baking powder that
can be relied upon as being pure and
wholesome. In PRICE'S you have
Quality. Quantity and Price.
Hume's for Choice Groceries
Condensed Coffee and Coc
oa
Reindeer brand condensed Coffee
and Cocoa is made from the best
grades of Coffee and Cocoa, pure
granulated sugar and cream. It is
rich, and always ready by simply
adding boiling water. One can makes
twenty-five cupfuls. It will keep in
the same can after being opened. A
choice article for the campers and
summer widowers.!
Breakfast Foods
Quality is the main consideration
in the manufacture of food-stuffs.
We handle only the best and purest
goods on the market and consequently our Breakfast Foods are in big demand. We handle them all and can
always give the best to be had. Ask
us for prices per dozen packages.
Feed
We  are   headquarters for Hay,
Oats, Bran, Shorts, etc   Ask prices.
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THE MAIL-HEEALD, HEVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, AUGUST LO, 1911
REID & YOUNG
10 Pieces of Gingham on Sale
L*J
Ladies' Parasols, 20 in lot,
Sale Price - 10c
CO
Your Choice fur $1.00
10 Pieces Best English Prints
CL9
Ladies' and Children's trimmed hats,
Sale Price—10c
Ladies' House Blouses
 _f
At Your "Own Price
Pouts and Shoes, odd lots.    Regular
On Sale at 50c
U
HOOand $4.50—Sale Price, $2.00
La ii'. s' M islin 1-Piece 1 ip'ss.'.-;
Sale Price $3.00
C/3
Men's Print Shirts
On Sale at 75c. Each
Ladies' White Duck Skirts
On Sale at $1.65
cb
00
Men's Fancy Worsted Suits, grand
value at .$20.(10
Sale Price. $12.00
!
REID & YOUNG
bright,   possess.'.I  ot graci'ful  melody Roughly speaking,  Hi*  Jsum"  In
lnw] catchy rhythm.   'I'he story is in- volved  in    this    contract is    in    Uw
tensely    interesting from n dramatic neighborhood ol 300 miles from Kam
standpoint,  poBBosslng a mixture    ol loops tb bbe   railhead west   ol    Bd-
c.tecllent comedy dialogno, The daneeB monton,    which    is    now    nt      bhe
are (InisheO and     the     chorus move- boundary  I tne  between  tho  provinces
n.miii* are  novel.   There nre     several nl Uritish   Uolunibin  nnd      Alberta,
competent people in the cast, Includ- The   contract  lor   thai  part ot    the
ing   Miss Betty   Caldwell as thi' fas* \\M. hetween  Hope    nnd      Kamloops
I'lnating     little     "Flower,"      Tom Vas given over a month ago an,1 has
ArnoH, a  baritone ol excellent quail- j already  licen  practically all subdivid-
ty; while Jess Harris,     who hamllea ed    among    tho   railway contracting
the comedy  rote "f "Skivers"  is the llrms.     The long span to the Yellow
dazzling  light of the show.
Grand Football Match
Kill' Rome time  liasl   (lie  loenl  foot
hall   hoys   have   I n   looking    for    ;
'.une and  have arranged  on Wednes
day next for n match with Vernon.   |
Revelstoke,lias up  I"  the      presenl
time   held   the  championship    of     Hie'
Interior  and,   as  Vernon  lias  bonten'
everything   in  the okanagan  valley,  a
stirring game jnay  he expected,   ll   Is
said  that  among ihe Vernon players
I here ale some Old Cotllltrj   men who
have   played   Willi   Kiii'lisli   teams    <>[|
lirst   class   reputations.    Needless     lo
nay  our  mvn  boys  have among  thorn
some   lirst   class   talent   and   hope    to'
give the Vernon team Hie surprise ofi
their lives.
inn   citizens are  requested  to  turn
out  and   root tor  lhc   hoys  in    force.!
nd cheer them on to victory.
'Pile gamo Hill Btart at 5 p.m. sharp
,11 the McKenzie avenue recreation
grounds,   admission   50c.
AFTER SUPPER SALi^, No. 63
THE CITY IN BRIEF
*   pi foi     ire and f ired feet
ut   M icdonald's di ug stori .
.*.*       moving  pictuie program
..     '*•     | mm!
Kodak    upplii a   always   fresh       ,ii
::  ..•   store.
i    i'.   Unslie     returned     on
T*...: * lay  from  .,  I hrce  weeks'    visit
* | i ■*.
Don't   tail  t ■ ■- e the "Flowei      of
.mi,mii    at   ihe  Bdison theatre on
..■ht.
The great  musical comedy success
The  Flowei   of  the Kanch"- at    the
Mondaj   night.
■,..  i ■; [evei  cases which bave
ura  .;. thi   local hospital ale all eon
iml nu new cases are    re-
rted
Thi * ..a Sociel *
IBs the i     inula ,
•   *.*■ .*.:, !.* u  plutform
.s erectx
Ml.   .ai :   Mrs.   Wm.   McC ill nigL   re
tj  fi  m tl   *i   honoj
•■ * rtlj foi
i re t
:. ....    thi atre  will
Pathe's     G-azette  So.   IJ",
.*.   ,: T *.*..*    picl
news of «
■ ■     lOOi   feet  of  film.
.   .    ': • avoi
.: .    .- ■      requested tu  atteu I
eavei   Cignt
laj  , ■  d ng   ,i  . ight
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ti ..- taken    tu      thc
-    -,  iccldent
*      *      :   Mr.       Mi
Marj    Ma:
ter    uf
I Reve
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WARM WEATHER SUGGESTIONS    I
Why suffer witli lhe heal (Hiring Uie warm weather
doiiiK youi own linking when we will deliver to you
every day I'Vesh Hrend, Cakes and I'aslfy «>f all kinds
- and as quality is Qur motto, we feel sure a trial
order will mean a steady customer,
FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES arriving daily.    Fresh
I-fit iut.', Cucumbers, Tomatoes, Green Onions.
Strawberries, Cherries, Cocoauuts, Pineapples,
Oranges, Lemons, Crape lfruit, I m nanus. As we
buy these in small quantities you will always find
them fresh and good,
A.  HOBSON,      Baker and Grocer.
FOR   SALE
20 acres first class land close to city, suitable
for either fruit or mixed farming. Will sell in
lots from 5 acres up, $85 an acre. Easy terms.
KOOTENAY AGENCIES  LIMITED
New pictures al   Bdison tonight.
Hon.  Wm. Templeman  wua selected
aa tbe  Liberal candidate for \ ictoria
Mrs,  G.  Ralph  Lawrence,  McKi n
avei,ue.   will   receive   Monday   August
.'1st.
Mrs,  ll.   II.  Lyons and Master Clai
found that the men had removed the
putty from a pane of glass m bhe rea
of ine store preparatory to     making
an entrance.
aiiee are  1 .sil inr  ill      Winnip* ,-
Calgary,
The death  occui i ed on Tli
the  infant   soli   of   Mr.   ami   Mrs
McRai
Mrs.   II     McKiuue]
SpoKa:
the past  few   ,m I.-:
F.  li. Shepherd, the
nominee,   will   oppi so
oIllO.
i' *:i*-m
Ralph
Th     M Mi
Bachr<
dmontou.
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FIELD NOTES
Mrs. II. li. Benjamin, who has Ih-imi
visiting friends In town, lvft for her
homo in   RevelBtoke on  Monday.
Mrs. F. ,1. Neweil. of Kamloops,
accompanied by her mother Mrs. Mc-
I'rea and Mis- KM, <'e.lerholin, left
for their home hi Kamloops last Mon
day, after Bpendina a pleasant Iwo
weeks vacation with old time friends
in town,
Rev, Mr. Claxton nl Cochrane, who
has occupied the pulpit of St. Stephen's church for the last two Sun-i
days. left on Mon lay for his home
cbarg*.
Mr. and Mr-. Wm Stieses and children left on No. .' Wi .lues.lay night
for a trip to Nova Scotia and points
cast. They will tie away ahout nix
weeks.
Mr, aad Mrs. B. I im.I of Okanagan
Landing, were gue I of Mr. and Mrs
Swerdfager over Sunday.
Lawn tennis seems |,, he all the
io, these days,   a  delightful      court
has been lixed ui th of th i C. r.
R, l;ot,*i. which affords much amusement an I ecreatlon for our young
people ar.*! others.
lieaul pass will now also lie plaroil in
the hands of construction linns, bids
being at present Invited hy tho Nor
thern Construct Inn i 'o,
This   stretch    linking up lh,*    iw
railways  east   and   Wesl   involves    uo
great  diilicnllies  in   lhe  way  of griKl
Ing   and   steel laying,   the work mil
lining   I'.v    any     in alls    HO  heavy    as
lhal.   along   llie     l''l.is,T   Vallc)    wIimic
heavy tunnel coimti action is neces
sary.
The contract calls for the complc
imn of grading from Kamloops i"
ihe provincial boundary In about two
years. From Kamloops the route is
alone lhe North Thompson river lo
Tele   JaUUfl   Cache   and   cast   through
ii,.* \cllowliea'd pass. Por the great
er part, of the distance northeusl
from Kamloops the railway will Ira
verse au exceedingly fertile country
Th.* North Thompson valley is waler
Ihan that of the Fraser for the nn sl
part and i iparltlvely little tunneling  Will  have  to  be  done.
WANTED—Situation     as   Marine   Bin
irirn'r, accustomed to passenger and
lug boats,  2nd Class Ceitilicatc. —
Apply    Mail Herald   Office.
TO R13NT—Small Cottage, overlook-
in*; Lower Town.   Apply Drawer B.
LOST—Diamond Hint:, between Sixth
Stroot and l'ost I Hliee. Finder will
rtceive liberal reward hy presenting
same at. Mall-Herald Ollice.
TU OUR CUSTOMERS.
As there is very lillie pasture wc
arc compelled to use hay more or
les- all the year round. 'I'h iroforo
mi and after September 1st milk will
he eight quarts (or a dollar, or wo
will have t" hoof Ihe cows.
Mrs.   It.   A.   I'pper.
F.  Fleetham.
A. CancelHero.
A.  G. Carlson.
Mrs.  C.   Anderson.
13. Bebelato,
Wc are ready again to-niKht with our usual money-
saving opportunities. Every Saturday night brings out
some now lines something that you need and something
that you can save money b.v buying to-night. We have some
lines that wc have to clear out. Fall goods are coming antl
we nilist have room. When you look at these prices you will
decide to look at them.   See our windows.
T qHiVc ^nitc About a dozen of extra quality suits,
■i^duicb oiuib Bplendidly made(   perfectiy   tailored,
coals lined with the best silk or satin. We would not like to
loll.vou lhe original prices. To-night all atone price $12 50
each.
Jackets and Rain Coats jirl 8wTwS
to have a look at* The jackets are all new, made ol good
cloth, .'iml are worth twice what we are asking for them.
The Rain Coats come in light anil dark eravonettes. All one
price now.    $5.00 each.
RveninP" Slinr>Pr<? All sizes, patent and kid. One
n,veiling onppeib of tho bl,Bl Americari make8,
Regular #4.00, To-night only $2.50. See them in the
window.
LACKS AND INSERTIONS A big lot to choose from. All
kinds, all widths, al 5c. per yard.
cTVlcLennan (3& Co.
Liberals Attention
A general meeting of the Liberal Association will be held on
Tiesday night, at 8 o'clock, in
the old Beaver « igar Factory
building.
c R. Macdonald,
Secretary.
C. N.
Contract Awarded on Wednesday
tor D Miles Tram Kamloops
to Vellowhead
OUTFITTERS
FOR  MEN
WHO KNOW
J.   ,V  'P.   Pell's,   I loci.us'  Special
•md Dr. K-riil"s Siloes.
McPIlCrSOlfs   lllgll   'lass   shoes   ol
all kinds.
Stanfield's  I'uderwear,  Sanford'a
i lothitlg.
l-tulilier l-'ootwear and Union in,ele
I    H  Ml*   |11S
JOHN BULL
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i.iiaci Howson's Block k.mI-ioI.,-. li. C
Hou sou Block, Revelstoke
to th ■
now
Ihe tar of Ihe Ranch
for
i
FOR Sale
1 Pel Mission Diners
1 Diningroom Table
1 Velvel Carpet, 34 x 1
1 Leather Couch
1 Large Sideboard
1 Kitchen Range
Oilcloth, 3 x 1
1 Refrigerator
ai reasonable prices
in good condition
MRS.   T.   MARSHALL
Fifth Street
1
7    BEWS'   DRUG   STORE      5
KODAKS
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Photographers' Supplies
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50c. to J
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REXALL GOODS
i  .,    i ii
II  \. rvc Tonii
, I, Iron nei Wine  •     '
ter
. mi *■;, oil inosquil
,",    ,.: '. Mi' i im mn
Ki iromatii ' '« i"' ' nl
I  , *    :-' ' pel  'h'/
Rexall Tootll   I'owill i '  '
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i i    j Cn ni,
All   Ri        pri i irntlom   em*
■,.*iii l m tion or moncj re/iindi H
NEW BOOKS
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llrmli
The Allen Clean Water Bath
i ORTABLE)
YOUK  MONKY HACK
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Fiisk
,'i   .   roon
' an be pai ked
n Trunk oi        ;
in a ipace I *■ I 6
in two inin   *
bt.
THE   "REXALL."   DUI JO   STORK
ja
gallon of water doei thc work of fifteen
loes it bettei
INVE3TICA1 E
*■ postal or  eavi th ui and our
* 'Her will call, show the bath and explain
tin I he Allen system of bathing,
Lawrence Hardware Co. Ltd.
SUMMER UNDERWEAR
Half the Summer is still ahead. We have
provided for it by keeping our s:otk well
assorted in sizes.
FASHIONABLE SUITS FOR FALL
|list received our Kail Samples for made-to-
order Suits.    Lei   us  show  them   io   you.
MeKinnon & Sutherland
Foot-Rite Shoes.
Fit-Reform Clothing
G£'
SUIT SALE
Our rail stock has been shipped
and owing'to our space being limited
we are clearing out all our Spring
Clothing at a great reduction.
See Our $15 Suit Window.
Values 832.   Now $25
Plain cind Fancy Worsteds, <t I \\
values lo $2500.   Now $\0
&.
McZae Mercantile Co.. £td.
Ji
Revelstoke Plumbing, Heating & Sheet Metal Co.
Estimates given (or Sanitary work, Electric LiR-Uting, Hot
Air. Water, Steatn Heating and all kinds of Sheet  Metal
Work.
Baths, Lavatories, Water Closets, etc.
Prompt attention given to all orders.
See Our Show Room on Connaikjht Avenue
Phone Ni
Uox   HU
EVE   SIGHT
Your Eyes will appreciate tbe ease and com-
lorl derived from wearing proper fitting glasses."
If you have not had your " EYES " attended to
WHY PUT IT OFF? We have arranged
with the
TAUBE OPTICAL COMPANY
132 Eighth Avenue. CALGARY, ALBERTA
to send their representatives  to   our  store   on
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Aug. 17-18-19
oTMake it a point to consult them.
ALL WORK FULLY GUARANTEED
DIAMOND  HALL,   Limited
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