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Array (
" Empire" Type writer
Por i rise of operal ion wad
perfect ion in r< stilts il is
unsurpassed,     Pri  • IUO,
Interior Publishing Co., Agts.
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UN j    I
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Visiting Cards
A SPECIALTY
interior Publishing Company
PRINTERS  ANU PUBLISHERS
16—No. 46
REVELSTOKE, B. (;. JINK
910
$2.50 Per Year
,-..
CITY C9UHCIL
would  lil'i'l,   iln'iii      iii     i.il,Hi        llllll
 i ,■.   Iiii  undei' loo I    iln ii'    wn    u
Ivi let   l'i lin   Dominion      Seeiirilie
IKE MUG INDUSTRY
\ i 'innpnny
.,/:;•':■.;:■•;"' \ T')dh
Water BatesRevised-Completian   ^J, „,_
of Sewage System Discussed h
in
llir      In,n,l
Marked Progress  Being made
in the Interior
r
Having sold the bulk of our
Sporting Goods at a fair profit, we have decided to clear
out the balance of our stock
in these lines at greatly reduced prices, including:
BASEBALL GC     -Bah, Balls, j
Masks, I      .',.ri, Gloves.
LAC     SE   001 >—Sticks, Balls,
ana G
1 L/liliiJ ■ ' ■ •  <■    ,   HSj   is
acquet   Bags   anJ   Pre.c:cs;
. id last year's Tennis Bats.
See our Sporting Goods Window
Trices Marked on ali lioods
ll        in:'    ll
lir    \\r    1'lleVU    III'
M  IImII    I,.,,.
I1"    '' meeting   nl i'i IJ      'il  !     Uil    M ( nill   lioUi'Vi'il   hi   iIm  whiiln        V   '"I1  ' "tf'1   l,lu   i"""":',     «0""f"
,    ln'lil   I'liilny.    I'm  ,ii'.   Vhl    I''"-.   (li|    |„,yii„, I,,,- i| ,v,.|„  ,      ii,. „.,     "I   ll"'      I'lii'ii"!   ol   I'.iln.h  Columbia
    in,mu i   Mi'Kin       t'nwiin ,   jM jllv|ll  ,   ,],..,,! tt|||, ii,,, ,,,1H|    hIVhiiIh mi opporliiiill)   to guugo    Lhu
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l\   all  over,   li  wu    un   '>  ul"h '""J  'l""'l"l' into unu iii      |
wi'i'iim  mi,
I lllllil Sl'IINIH M I
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fur   lllllull  Hit       lil.'ll"!'-
III    ;,1    llir   power   limn     in I        llllll'        of
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,'ii'i', W'uli'i    iiill i.'ln   , iii ii	
Dui I.  I'l'imrtrd mi  |iumi,i    li11
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ihr  I'n.,   I nl
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«  iiiliil   I,,   l.n ih   exiirl lv        what        III
«,„'l,  would mst. '''    ""l    ''"' wl"',h '"""■'"'    wu      lul
Vld.     I'.rV llid     il     IVnilld    IU,I     lv     -      '"'"""        "'"     '""'''*     ll,U     -1""1"1     "1'""1"1
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e\   It,  ,,■»,.,■  Ilin   nriginul     un,      In    '^''"l"""'"   work  lm. b  carried on
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V.
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Kitchenware
There's a satisfaction in
the purchase of ;i lirst class
article, especiallj when the
price is no more than you
have often paid for inferior
 is.   Uf have everything
in the line of fine Kitchen-
wi re Stew Kettles, Tea
Kettles, Double Boilers,
Coffee and Tea Pots, etc.
Hardware
'       ""I" ''»'   •l'",il'    lot* bonelittod.
folly    tl,    pill     ill      I'Url - M ll.  Ir I ItOI'l
woru  uni  fM'ii  I b.   'I lify hIiiiiiIiI ml
I   I    lh ■   Itixillii li   amir ling       l,i     iln
k
\\ i' i ;n i , a c n| ii te Btock of Shelf and
Heavy Hardware: also Refrigerators, Lawn
Mowers, Garden Hose, Wire Fencing and Gates,
Ice Cream Freezers. Agents for Sherwin Williams Taints.    Kootenaj and Sask-alta Ranges.
Bourne Bros.
GROCERS
hardware: dealers
PLUMBERS
i I  May,    IM.IRI     lh-.
Th,
Tin
I'huii'imiii express. il  ihr u|ii,ii,,n
'"'   "'  operating  'hr  plain   mu-   very    ,1,.,,   ,• .,. , , ,   ,
Lawrence Hardware Oo.,Ltd.
Plumbing and Tinsmithing
m ■
imperial Bank of Canada
Hoad Otfloe -Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Authorized
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
c
0,000.000.00
000.00
,000.00
5,000,
; nt> -: nil prii     ;,"! pi illtu in'l  ina.ln.
> London, England,
It, Limited First N    onnl Bank, Corn Ex
obang Ioi   IBank.   Seattle—Seattle National Bunk,  Ban Fran-
Fargo Xo.i'1.1 National Bank,    S|n>kane—Exchange
mal Bank,
Savings Bank Department
p. poall i of tl ,i ind Interest
ourrcn posit.   ( , ,.  ,,|,,i
illnwel ftt
led.
ich—A. ii. McGIcneghan, Mgr.
•;«TI|ti
FC   i GAMPS
1
We Put Up
ami Pickled Pork
In IOO lb. and
200 lb.  Barrels
P. Burns & Co.
I, 1 M I T E I>
I, iiwinp In the trouble in (jpllinjj
Wllll'l', hull I- , |iiiiii|'m anil manual la-
I ur lv iiu n-ry i-oslly. All ill', i - now
niri' ns   iheii!  i-  ph'tily  uf  water      ul
ih , ,1 ,',-.    Mr. lm i    i I' i • - rn- instill-
I linn   ..i   a   -mail   pumping   plan: .   TllO
i i,   III    r i    in I -h ip -.    The i .-|, a i
eil   mil iil.'.l.
IVATI II  l:\ITS l;i \ isl |).
1)1 iii !,•<!    a    PII ,l
I  ■ Iii   m titer i.,:       .    Folli m
II.,I  ■ ■-       hlH illU       '.'I'       I'Mi'Ui-,    SS    p '!'
intinth,   i'iu'1 liti ,inii   i.,i,m   llle. |iei'
numl li;   hotels  li i\ inii    one    buth, 2n.-.
ill,   nlul  en "i   :i I iitiuiial   liaih
I,'.■■. |       in intli;   hole     ; I i lose!
2.V.    p   I     If, ,1,1 ll.    M'l     II   Iliil i"ll ll    I lu-rl
I ■"'■'.  pet   lllull ill;   i ntels w ilh nne urinal
'.'•".,. per in,.ntli: 11..:11,1 ii,,_i houses ?d lo
". p i-    n lh;     restnurnnts >.'. i., s>
per  in.Miih:   louiulries  88   lo  s'-'"      pe.
in, n I,.
I he  report   «ua  received  an 1 ndopt-
ril. the committee to take the respoii'
ihi i■■    ..i  arranging   lhc   rates.   Aid.
i '..m.iii complained ol the     wa. le     ol
water (hrouglt leaking tups, etc,
SF.WF.R I \TI.\>lli\.
'I'h.'  public  works  committee reported  that   Mr.  Hickman was willing    to
i on with lhe manufacturing ol   c«
he eould comnit nee (tt  onee
ai   the same prii e as lu- iy. ar,      The
quest inn  uf sewering  tlm eastei
li f the   i'i  wai      I   ni. ed,     but
nothing  was di	
M «    WAI ll;   SI I'l'l S'.
by-law  for llle augmenting      of
the citj   water  supply  wns  IntroducoJ
I   ii -  i hree  readings.       The
raising  th ■  ney (837 i
will   I'" \.,i",l  tm on  Saturday,    June
* .  -l.  Aman  to bo    returning
VSSI SSMI XT    Ki'l I.
I'ii,    \-- -   a   i .  \l.  l'i .Id submitted
lhe  assessment  ri itlet  ol the
lh    i ,r,ii  ,,'  Itcrisinn Iiiuiil'
lefl over.
ili" in counts wero pa I n' follows:
11 -;   -'•',.'.'.",
.I,:177.2S
I), l. '
h.-lr,   ure   K. T'.i'.'.Ji'.
Thr in ,    lie I,
SIM ' l \i.  Ml I  liv'.
V el ing of lhe i
'    i     In)    ii. li    ; ii idcr
■
i -i, in,  now   llmt   lhu new   -, hool
11     of
,n   in   \n.     I   tt iui. I here
Aid.   I liuililr.   Hews,
M.i ■   . Mi
Ki     pul W.I. Hi
I       Mi Kinnon  .iileivd  ll In
n        wllil'll lllry
p| ii ial   n    tt i     ,il li ily      iui
■
	
it Vit
.,.,,   au I   llll!   Im i      tli.it
' I 111
inii, I
h
UOSSI.AM).
i  I, g  jump Irom    I'm        i     llroeh
if   ita,   ihi-  mus   lhu   premier uiai
,i   through  ami   I'.il.  Tracy's  plan.   "u  '•'""l' '"'  l,rUiMl'  ' " ll"1'1'      "" '
mllicrcd io tlloiigh   lhu  I) ulary   is    a    powerful
Thr lilv  clerk   said  s.',i;.;:'.ii    hud  so   liv"1*  ''  ia '' "'"'  whulho1' •''">'      of
far been  ox|iendwl  „„   lliti    .»,„■     „nd        '"« L'"",|"i "8 >rl  kustlie slaitd-
,■„'  w„s  still  s:n.uii.i of  unsold    de-   '"-  "'  ''"' '"i"il"'4  "'"'''    "f      llrili"1'
luluiuliia      lhal      ll,,-   Liiul   ha-.        Ill"
Uai   Eagle, r.'iiiir Slur,  l.u  Hoi,    nnd
Ihi
l.o Hoi Nm 'J nre all jloadil)  al work.
..ni ur.'-.
I ho   i ' una,lur:     lhal    is   ll
ttnplo in c"mpli!lo  the work.
Md.  Hows  movod   lho  mailer be  ro- ''"'  ";"'   ''m'-11"1'''"1"'  s,:"'  •''"' '""'-
foiled   t„  the  I'ublic  Work nmil  v""i>'"' ''■    lllr ''"''""''''■'"'"I   «''""« &
nl  ilm  they presei i,   ,,.,,,,-1  the Sl»olli»8  l-'onipuiiy,  and   ire    no«
follow iut'    iirlit being  mi I includes somo ol lho Ik-sI
Aid.   MeKinnon  socoiidetl,  pr„vid I "lv  bodieB uvo1' btl'uck  '"    ''"'    '"""''
ti soplie |„,,k i- ,,.,|i,i,,,l for n,„ oast- '  ''" " '"lll"'li"" l>«s fallen   oft,
era  section   th -i   of   lankiind    site '"' '   iU  8ul,8itU,ll'5    ""'lil'1   :"     N""''
l>" include:!.   Carriwl  a ,1   , at  ad-   l"."'  Ila' '""'" rl"""1 ''""" "u ''"''"'.""
;ilU(ni,j uf lho    developed   ore bodies    having
  been mostly mined out.   Thoro ii -iill
nm    llllltirn    nrsi " "''''''"" amount of good shipping ore
Kin   rillnfirn   UTul hi ''"' ""no, which is boing taken oul
UiU  LUINULII  ULhL a, „„. ,,,„. „,..,- ,„„,,, ,,a>, lml   ,,„.
  big tnv bodies huva fallon in vuluoa to
ai     j      1      i          n       p  ii j.            a K1**1^0 "' ol*° which is no longer |»;i\-
ilinOy   LilllDLP    LO,   cCliS IO  Ell  able, un.l Mini- other uiv bodioa    are
t    ||.l   a     u     , being  sought afirr, and will probably-
tOQilSll    UlllijICniB be iuiiml  and developed,  the hin mine
—.      —    ,      „, ,      ,       _ is going Blow  for the present.   Le Hoi
llic   Kigle    River   Lumber   Com-  ..      , ? ,, ,
.No.  2 is doing well,  uiul  maintaining
panya    timber   loldlnga    at   Three {l< ,,.,„„,,„,„ a< ,„ of lhll w>l ,„„'.
Valley and tha  Mundy   Lumber Oo.'a Bged .„„, „„,.., profltable mines in tho
mill have   been   Bold   to uu   Knglish , .,,„,,.   \,.u  ,„;,„., are however, being
yndieate  organised  by  Ceoi   Wind, devclopod, tho Kepublic and othor pro-
vbo organised tbe  Canadian Timi er parties on tho north bell  having again
and Sawmil s ('• mpany whieh bought entered  tho shipping li-t. >u that ii  is
he Trout Lake mill and  limits from quite possible Rossland may yet have
W   Cowan and   K   L    Kir.man.   The :l h'-i-'.''' 'i'1 of shippers  than ovor.
newc mpmj is beingorganitedas the I HAIL.
Mi.i.dv 11 C.   Lumber  Co.  and  S.A.I    ""' -"l"l'i»-  i"l"-"y  conducted  by
it,,, i   ,   u ,.i    i , ih" Consolidated  Mining ami Smelting
Mutiily will miitiig.' ihe business for a ,      . ..        •
,,,,        . ,        .... eompiia)   i- assuiuing larger dimension
•ur.     I he price pud   fir   the   limits, -,-,,,■ , ,   ,
' '. ' 111" lend ii'liiiet'v hns been extended to
which weie  acquired  from  ihe   He- au „„ uMuh ,,,  , „„. ,„,,,
Piirtnieiitoltlio Interior in 1004, and, ulll, , ,|„. low„ ,,, Tlai| .|„,„,   ,,
ui ludiuj tbe mill, is $1,260,0J0. The 8ti<ady ilici-ense. Trail has the only
new com, a y is being organhed with lend smelter now running iu lirililh
a oapitu) oi f5,O0OO0C.
S^f
k&r '■
the Overalls That Are;*.
Good As The|r Name. m
HSfPETERSi
UNION  MADE
McRae Mercantile Company, Ltd.
The Up-to-Date Mens Furnishers
lellige
iiiii"  nf   lh"  railu a\ .       Pill   ol'i    i
copper, replacing a Ivi of lime a
Tho I 'onsolidutod  huve also      i '
ill"    Molly   llih-,ui   OH    K  "
This is a silvei -lead     propi rty,      tho
tramway  terminal  of whii h    is
mites from  the \\.'-i arm of K,.,,
I.akei   Tli.- t'Tiiiiii.il  i- connected with
il,"   hike  by   an   i igon  road
over « hi, I,   iln   uu, will  l„.  I,aide
shipment   to   tho  smelter.   Mr.   Guern-
se, . a  well know n member ..f  the  '
-,,li,lal,-.1   -lali',   m ill   li ,
both the  Molly Gibson and Qui
Columbin  and  handles  not  uiil)       the   ""'''   '"'""   :'"'  "'"  moka '"■    l'""1"
ur f ih" proviuei,,  but  considoruhlo   ;"   N,'l"". " oninent
n..ll   -£  t'  .    T      ■ from  ih" olhor -id" of the line. I1"'"'   '""" wl,'",h lanage    ihcse
Death ot furs. Tapping    i        mmh.ii.kkk    .  «.
i-. of com r. Hi,, i , nlre ol Muni, A1N.SWOU1 II
nn  Uritish Coluinbia.    Investoi        nro   "i"'1'  " ■•    at   ono  I u tlie
lluulrinu  iii  lliero from  dm   In day in-   most   uclive mining 'iimps inthe  prov-
Wo   i,"i,,|   lu .inin,iin,,,   ihr sad    in-
uf the ileal h  uf   Mrs.   ItiiU-i i
l'a|'|'illr   In,"   I   ',   i     No  IjoI   Mil! lilllli)
of  iiii    ni, .  «ln, h  net Ill-rod sliorlU   III, ,
,..,,, ,, ' lliilhi'i   l.iiilo .ml   Nugget mines    have
''"'    ' " I hn I       I In)    morning.       .   . ,   ,    ,       ..        ,.     , , ,
i, ,    ,    , .... ,   I 'Iui -"''il     >l p ' reek n     ,      L'old
""     ' . 'I     tin I      been      siiltoriuu   li  ,
.                        ,.               ,. lalllp.   Mliiae   111"   ul"     rail-. l..i\alile
ll.l.Ml     liuiil.lr.    leuillllg      I,  .||,rl., . ' '     '
. value      Mi    I iiuii,I, ,,i  New   Sink, nud
l'i-i   week,   Iml   • ii   mi,, I i)   Innl   laken    ,,,■,,, ■  ,, ,■  , i
,  . I'lul.   I'ui'kei   ,,i   tl,-n\■•!■.  lul,,.,      luivo
a   llll'il   nil'   llle   hn Ire.   .,11,1   il   «'ns   h,,|,
I       . pl'lll      -      llllll!     II,     ill"    i .'llllp    , lo   L>l>
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Ijuivn    "" ''•  ' ■'  :''  I"   "''it   di'ail.   It 1 '
ore, anil  In here
I ii,,
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igci', S. S.  I ■.  I' inn
lo iml
in  ■     i" i'.i, If  .hi       lulisl    -I'   ""ii"'   ''■ ' i|uip  ll'
ilm     rcpri  enl   Mi '  i.,,       '
hnvo lioiitlwl all   ihr woll i   ii      n     '   ,'"1   '
cpln
hu  f i    .a   the «ii)   in     recover).
I  nlul lllllutel,      piicll nia      Mil        • "ii
nnri,. I mil Mi rapping never rah
Iliil, pn in; uwa, "ii I ue da, nun n
iu ■    ui ionnded   b,   her  fiimil).   I   er,
i   done in ihe way ,,f i li, ,1
'.ill    III     live   lin.   I,ul      lm   hull nu,
ilu-   t en a Mm      ind "i" i,i
"    ",'      U " «'"    ' ''  '■''   "  I       ,1    In-   .„i;,.i,.| I
'    e   haled    fi,",,
:,n  I,ui   ihr option   -I      nol
ihr  rump   ivilll   llii
Nu  I,   willi   a    V
,n    ul      ihe    ''"' huge ore I Hill « iter level
H iu     las ii   worked
llinii   i nr  li"   gold   mill"   1.,  uhl.h    ""   t'l
I'tlppill      i
,f   lho     piotiiH'i
uf
■! •'.    nei   "a -  one  of  the    in   '
ial,en   up,  an I   a   renew nl   w as  refii ■ I
•
nn lei   .s|iiii.i,.i.    , hi      however,
I lie ili, en .,1 m i    .','!       ira ol
,     ii I.    ,
.   ,     I native nl 1 nrk I    I' iigl.ni I.     M
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ih,
■
III   ' 'an rla   al,,l    u II      I,,
ill   'I lirillltll,   lra\ in •        I III
: i. unhli i
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li ,, i ,   Lho     original
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CIMHDSE^DM LUCKY
II New Investment Opportunity-
See Advertisement
Uur advertising columns contain
t ie arm uiicc i ent ol a tiw invest-
ni'nt , [portunity in tbe west, namely
the t iwn of Ci mrose, which bases its
claim to pnldi" fivor on tbe ground
that it is tbe tiipt c'ty in the north-
'. it ' e-nmri the common point of
in i.n A ll rce (.reat railway sys-
t- ns. tbe 0. P. K.,tirand Trunk aLd
i' iv.,,:; .:i Njrtbern. It is said there
i tun- Mitb.ii inti miles of
Oamrose. Lx.eusifeooal fields tave
b en pi »ed up in the vicinity of the
tunn an:! live minci are in operation.
i ind is .aid t , be unsurpassed   iu
t':>■ ricii Northwest, There u nbund-
»:•■ oi good wal-r. The town hi
Ibrc banks and six churches, fiis'-
,-' i sohool, ■ Scandinavian College
lur mi item Canada is being located
In r ■ hoCamrcao Oanmli.in Club is
the fli i Can ni;.iii Club to own ta
n vii | r nists, several wliuhsjle finis
bave eatahlialied here. The Camroau
Land and Investment Company ..i
i'i. v ii T.- liimtlli, g the tirantl
Trunk Adduior, which is now being
placed i. uu inurkct. A. B, Kincaid
ii tin- ,iy ai here.
II Rare Treat
Nu-  . i  i ninpanj   I. ti it     ilniibli ,1 llu a
Ladies' uummor Underskirts
llns   hiptin ni before li :  Butlliiu i
Underskirt i urchuai i,     le n >tlia,  ;^   10   ml
Black Sateen, Moirette, English Silk
Gloria Taffeta
Mrs.  a. (;. Crick
iwo DOORS liAS'l •'!   i i'l -i'N   I in ATRt
i\,aliuu
uu   lhn    bnais
■
in ...|iii- abli   ' I he '•'' hole elt>.
II., -mi  rn. iii ill build
i i _'-,'■ ■
would be ie. peopli
...
M'liull-.
hut   now    tl
-   ,   were hu
(ll "i"  Mill
...    j '•  """',;:     '"""'      ""     ney,   Vi.   fi   I'ool,   fnrmurl    nf II "I ";
l""1'    U   '        ^ '   ' 'I'"        rl  I.'I,,'.   .,,,.1   well-It Ml   „■   ,'     I.i- i..  tl
'"   u rn, n-i I n,  I'... i.li   iu   Mai    .VStl hv      ui .   . , it,,     I',,,,|,| ,
Ullll    ill"      Nellie      I.   all,I       1,11,'kj    .Illl'K      lllllllllll'l-l    Itlll
lhe   llev,   !•    ii,  (hrisliun,    and    two    ,.,   ,, ..,.... ., ....   „
,' it    i ,1,1   lefl   .or  Unvol i,'l,r. wl
ihev    have   Iliad"   iheii-   III
al     I',,pill.      I      lir
illlliillin
i vei     iiii ,
holder, and i i In pel lonul ehargn     of   I " '■
the   In li".    :- Jin,,,   the   town
,1,.
I'h I of  Mm..  I abadie'a di una-
i' •■!, h, i  evening in
h iU    before     ,  large    ami
ipprei i itivo ntidienoo, who
rilli unbroki n Interest      the
a   I ii. ■   ii     his in    ni in i, oi     ot     Tho
mi  iu  llie liouac,   Tho very limi-
tSI.O nf Mr. I drama,     a*
austerity   uf  theme    iinil
lm i in  Iho \i in .     implieily, modelod n" it  ii
' ■'    "'" :'   """"      ii   0|  i|,0 |,u i,. i  iim,. i,,,,,,, j„ i|„. !„,,    fru Hn  :.  drama, nnd strictly
;"v"'    viuee,   There ,,ii   nmn]   I primpi  I i lhe Kaslo mities  ot action,  place
in  ili"    uni i  yol  opened up,    but   rivei I iwn      a lit  It,    rather than    other-
nnylliitig  ihni  i-  u.iml i-i hold nl  hi  It        ' :     '' ' i       M „i-.,, I«i  tr, it nl  of this kind, Mm.-.
I'     Uf lllr     \ll;M   •!     1,1"     I„,!|,       .,,,,,        I\ I, I I r   '..    , I .   ■      H , '."lill".     \'|l;|li/",|     |)V     11     fluS
iii  ipiiil't/.llii  and   mm-     on  i,i'l.il.l iii    - '                                                                                        '"' ■".    uud iiKlin.-l  with      «
volume,  followinu   Ihe  replneci I ,,i ■   for  iust  and  .dearly de-
id            .   ihlin     "    '    ','"   ''"," ■     '     olb°° nrp"n«°    ih., I,,,,,.! iti      II Mn, i,.n „l iim nei nf tho H                  Dt      50     I                     ra l«ria«tlon set  forth    moat
nr 'ni i air mndo.  i,
I lie funeral will  lake pi i o   nn  l'i i
11 I   ■ ,    ,,    1,1 lull,   ,  ,| iv,,- .   ,
•   " Nei .un  anil  I .,i i   Shepherd   rnilwaj   to    "
mull.   II   ilrViileil    iiii,thri-   nnd   a   full, i ;   i    <t ,'      i .    i     .
, ,   ,    . , « In. li M p I  I. is I i-il iii I ii \. i. ,,ii"   ii
I'll.   1"! in ■   Wife,  a     »"H   a     lllll in
ink" deoplj    v mpnthi n h Ith lho    Iw
relived  li u -1 >:, in I   an I   I'ltildren  „i   thnii-
li'lrilih
Ml -.      .lark,      llle     llrrr   |    r, f |     I, ||  .        ||
f ,'l Irom I'..mii  lodnj   ami «ill   look
r ||,
ny to
■ i   , n I "'    ,     .,
,   ,,     , to the eemotory
m„   gnml  bulk of ihe
Mr    .   IV.     le,       I'r.'l OU,
'
hei i
It            nol fair
une mn ii   i mii ed i|n.ii i/ur   ,,,,   up into tin where id  naturally    the    five
ihe  Kootenaj   l.ako    lope    ol  tho   ~,i     there  ia I il     the   play.      Her  <oft.   sweet
lay  alien  from   Sl.   Johns iliureli   , ■ ,    ,, ,   , ,
l.u I,  lu\ nlr, is also
now being opened are working  nt   tl     Vie  ingtoi vol r. full,  sonorous  and  flexible! en •
up und promises to give as good   ro- ""'n        ''     ' '" depict unmistakably iho
>ulls ua Sheep Creek.                                           '                              I '     mood    ,.f each ol  tbe    seven
ni.i.min '    uf the drama, readily pass-
Mining  la showing  (front  aclivitj   at '■   Relulliek   i    working  Ihi   w '  - _■    •! from the ehlldlali treble of tfarj   lo
\i   il,,     ll     lh.an  In,lav   Nelson,   Tlio \i ni uuu., which tho      " '  the  lini in   lho deep, rough tones of tho "drain-
,,,i      nu,I,>   night*   there  will  bo  a   Consolidated  i"ul<  up   lomo ii  ago,                                         lit of    I Vancouver World.
■   i.     programme of motion plot   ,!    to bo nclivul]  operated,     It i-   la  |   MiM Labadle will give u i.-,i(nl   iu
'".ut it'.-liul lei              including some good oomodiwi    I nu ideul Ipcatlou, beiug withlu hull a.               Continued ou pago 3» ihe V. .M. 0, A. on Fiiduy, Juno 17,
Friday and Saturday l'age 2
TIIE MAIL HERALD UEVELSTOKE, B C
WEDNESDAY, Jt'NE l.M'll.  I'.'lo
Zbc OfeaiMbeualfc
PUBLISHKD WKMNKSI'AY   ANU
riATUBDATi   ai
REVELSTOKE.  B.   C.
jntertoc pubitsblno Gompans,
Limited
Subscription   Rates
iUvge in tu gift nti, i
,iini Canada,
b rough pontotfice]
Inoiudlng pwtage !<■ Kngland, Untied States
.ilill I'llll-titii.
1.60
,    WW
By the ji'
Half
(■iuartor *
j )B    kin riNQ promptly executed ui rounun-
ab.t- rate*. .,   .
IKKUS   < mo.    BubaonptiO in payable in au,
\itlice.
ADVERTISING   RATES.
ben Dottoe* 10 oenu pet line tin-t Insertion,
SoenU per line each lubWQueut hiMjriion
Ui Murumenii Nonparlel [18 lines make ono
loohj. Store and genera] business an-
Dounoomenu f:,SD per inch por mouth,
Preferred positions, 25 per oenU ad-
ditlinaL Births, Marriages and Deaths,
...    oat tt  insortion.
I,,: ■ notices |7.W All ailvi.rlihmiiont.ri
'..'!,.■ ,, , ■• ilut ilir iniiiiUKiiinonl..
Wanted .u.'i I undensed Advertisements:
Agenu rt uued. Help Wanted, Situations
ti u u?d, ,-i:u.uiuii- Vaoant, Teachers
\\ ,:.-,; Mi.h.iiiir- Wanted, l" wunU ur
lund _■ . each additional iuu* lo cents.
• tiai fm in niandlng advortlsemonU inunt
bein io \* a. m. lueeday and Prlday ol
moh week lo secure good display)
OORIlEaK)NL*KNCK Invited on Matters ui
public luterost. Uomtuuutoattons u> Kdl
;or nni-'. :»■ aooonipanlod by name u(
writer, not necessarily fu publication, but
ahouUl be bri
IP
II
AKYKY, Mi't'AKTKH
ANU PINKHAM
BARRIBTKBS, SOLILTTOHH, KTC.
Orincti:  [KraauL Bank Buildimq iikvu.
M 1' IK IC,  11, C,
Monoy lo loan.
Otflooe: llovul-Wlko, B 0,
UliO. a. McCaktkh
4_  M.   HlNKHAM'
Hevi.-l.loke,
. im.ti>,...i., ii, r.
J. A. Hakvkv,
rritubriMiti
w
1LL1AM 1. UKlliUb
Barrister
Solicilnr. etc.
Solicitor foi:—
Thk Canadian Hank ok OoMMBBOB,
Thk Molsons Hank, Ktc.
FIKST ST.,   ■   UEVELSTOKE, B.C.
IjOHEHT SMITH
Proviueinl Land Burveyor,
.Muuni: Suiveyor
i Ungineerlug
ttoKKMZlB  AvKNfE,
Hnx 11X1, Revkwtokb
D
ALION \-  EVELI2IGH,
\ut iu ri:« I*
V.lMiitllll AND RKVBL8TOKK,  11, 0
All communications iitldreased to Post
office, K.'vi'lsii.kr, will have prompt
attention,
c. w. o  w.
Mountain  View Camp, No. 220
■ Mm m Socotiil unrt K,,iiriti NVeiliii'Mliij'H In
each month, in Selkirk Hull. Vi-.nn, Wowl
men oonlituly invilod to iiliund.
\V. K. OSBORSK, Don. Coin.
JAS, MilNTYKK. Clerk.
Kootonay loileo. No. IS, A  F. * A. M.
Tl,,.   reaiilur mool-
Hll.    t,,,:.t   Ul   Hi"
HASH TKMl'l.K
Uddfelluws Hall,on
llie ttiinl Mninln> in
titrli   mouth   at    8
.in.  VisitiliK brolli-
TO  RENT
HOUSE-'Six rooms and bathroom, modern, plumbing-
Close to First Street, and McKenzie Avenue.
$25 PER MONTH.
HOUSE Eight Rooms, furnace anil modern plumbing.
Fifth Strect.-$30 PER MONTH.
HOUSE—Seven rooms, Third Street, -$15.00 PER
MONTH.
FOR SALE—Houses and Lots in different parts of City
at reasonable prices.
LOANS negotiated on improved property. Fire, Life and
Accident Insurance.
REVELSTOKE GENERAL AGENCIES, Ltd.
REAL  ESTATE,   LIFE,   FIRE  ANU  ACCIDENT  INSURANCE
an    mm,1.1,,!)   u,
J. T. l'oLl.'" K. SU-Tl'.K.
I HAS. J    AMIS   Sr.i HK'l.tSY
SELKIRK Lodge 12, 1.0,6. k.
hlaon overt Tl,urs-
Ih>- Bveniuii in Sol-
lirk Hallailo'i'lnek
 )Vi&iliUK hrettirau itr.
cor.tial'.y iuvitotl t', M'.tainl.
L   PBOBYS. S.U.       JAS   MATHIK;ssc
1
^g?
Cold Range Lodge, K. of Pi
No. 26,  Rovel8toko, B. C.
MRKl; ..t'SBY  WBI'NBmIIAY,
ejfevt Third Vtednei.il,.y ol
e»cn monib. lu     e    'd ltelloa
Hall    al   »    ''click.     Vlall u
Knttht. arc oordlally   uviio.i
HUH I.l Wl'   I'UUSl'I'.l IS.
I'lu- Cil)  ..( HeveUloko     never    liiul
liriuliirr  |iiii.|ii'i is  tihentl   tliuii    riglil
now,    .nnl     tin'     |,1,'mini  outlook  ia
iiininl)  iiiii' in thr 1'nti'i |u i-i' ol ili.' <'.
I'.   It,    \,,i  onl)   is  ilu- r I'aiiy I'M-
ryiinj mn ilu' iiiulurliikiiig (jlvun tl«'
Itiiiinl ,,( Trmli! Iiial yeitr b)   Mr. Hury
lu   111:111    llu'   >lli,|i-   to   lll.il    lull   ,;l|i.-i.
ily, Iuu is |)rojin'tliig llu' greut ai'liotni!
oi upeniuy the lliy llend li)  11     lirat
il.'iss systinu uf i'n il w ,1 \ I r.-iiis)mrl ulinii
It aeeniH [irttctit'ally rerluin    tlnil      m
loop  HllO  \\ill   111'  riinstriii'linl     ul        llll
early dale, leaving the main line ui
lleavermoulli mnl following lliu Columbia     river  roiintl     t.i      Uevelsloltu,
llllls   < > [ u 111 "t 11 m    llllll   i'l',,1 iililiL'    ll'ull-|".l
tutu.11 111 n neut'1011 of il"' proi iiu-e nn-
siii'iuissi'il for mineral ami limber
ivoalln.
I In- 1'. p. It, liuu Iui lliu lirsi contract fm ilin riiii-tiu, liuu nl the ImiuI
,-u.iv Ceiilrnl railwa) north Irom I'.lko
ami iliis lino will join the main line
at 1.nlili'ii. lliu proposed I,,up round
iln- lliy 1',,'iul is uu extension ■,! tl"'
Kooli'iiay Central, following the \\ui-
i'i   gritdu oi tin' Columbin  river,    uud
II iliiis give lho line 1 l'iu'I.- oi   any
Uway  nu,,-  lhe eontiueiit, ennliling
Ireight to In- handleil at n minimoiu
i .iisi. Tills »il| ulso provide uu .,1
ternalive routu to llu' inuiti line lor
winler 11,illi,'. nil irely Iree from snow-
-Ii.l.- . .-mil «iili iln- s|„.,. | ul whieh
, iu be i uu ol ■'! nil, li all easy
gl'illlu    the    llallii    uiloss    lh,.   in Mains
will In- immensely facilitated,
\s a to.'.' li liu railway ollieilll 1'enlal'k
ed   III hm   Jay,  Itevelatoke  will    bo
one   ol   I hi-   mosl    iinpoi lull!    , il I,'- ill
the wesl, and lho opi'inni: ,,i tho llig
Con I l,\ railway lr„na|Kirlatioii will
ilo mini' ihun ,111\ 111*,11u else lo niako
Uevelstoke grow and plain' this cily
in the f i, mi, ot lhu mun Ti ot pro -
l'i.-s. Ahead) ihe olio, i ,,[ the rail -
way  project is being felt  in the value
of ii'al estate and  11 used conlideneo
ill   lh.'   lutllle   of   lhe   i'il> .
Revelstoke Hospital Society
llu- regular 	
Dim lm      oi    alio'
in   lh.'  lux    Hull
\l>. Kilpatrick
t T llilil'.,'
I.ei ou liuin Mr.
A i
ling ..I ihe P....ml of
i'   Soeiet)    wns      hehl
mi  Momln)  ovuning,
ii  lliu .hull'.
-I'ii\lii:\t I.
I a-1 il. IlinilllgOl'
I,
I III
MMUIUATION   I V«>-
,-.  iu  ilu-
Hull.     IT. il. I,    UllM'l     ha
millli^i a l mn   rogulat ions
promulgated
by him ai last session of it'«" Dominion I'u'Tiaini'iu, iiiUtii U course which
will in,-ft with ih,- warm approval ol
lhc uinjorit) ol tho Canadian |icople,
Some opposition has been  shown      in
these regulations, espeeiall)     in      lho
D. A. ktcD i - M. '     i'. „        i   i i      i        i
,}  H.BB0I H   K   ,.f K   *H. IJ'll"!l>   Ul"~'  '""   l»e)   "'-  '"    I
TV.   SMITH, M. of K   , an, e   n it.ll   lh,'  pl'iueiplea      lllttl     .\|..n
 once  ha-  slu,wu  io  lm    ut-,-,-s.,,A       i,i
0, r. govern immigration  in  'hi- be
e-ts   oi   ll ,,lllil ly .     Wilholll    - II
j cautions, Canada would  Is u.      ihe
Meet-    in   I.O.O.  I'.  Hull   next   ';'   ,| ,,„,„,,,   c,,,„,.,I   im   ilu-   -.mi  i.l
Titpi.ii.-' ~  Opern House, every fourth .     ,,.,
i, ■ I, '    . earth.      hu  I aniiduin   |ieo
M ■     j in monthi
. . :   Mm Sl   llKulUH. Hllil
Lakes Luiuber Co., was
n- employees on ShusWap Lake. Mr.
1,11,'luillllul slale.1 their contract with
the kamloops hospital had ie>i a- yet
I a cancelled, und hu could inaki	
tlelinito    iirrungeuicnl    wiih  the Chase
auxiliary hospital    ut    present,      Inn
Ihouglit  ili;.i   - 'thing  uouiil hu .1	
iu  lhe niuiii'i   Inlur on.
Loiter Irom iln- Columbin Uivei
Luiubet in., n- oinployecs ul Kindt,
staling the kuinhiupa hospiliil In,uni
Innl tiolilied ilium lhal lho) wished lo
un ino I ilu'ir contraul, umi that the
doctors i,i Kutuloops had soul a eoulrucl which hail been lorwarded to
Mr. McCoruiuek ,,f Vuneoiiver, and il
mu lompluiiil bj Iiim i, contract with
this soeiet)   would he moro Iiivoui'able
 -nI.'iini,  a-   ih,.  hospital  ui     t'h:ls,.
would  li ore convenient  for his Co.
HOSPITAL A I  iTIASI'..
li  wa, decided  ihut  a board of niuu
ugera lie appointed at ihus,., ilU,i ,h;,i
mi public mcotiug be hold ihoro at     u
later dale to eousidor all uuoslions iu
regitiKl  io   il stnWishiug    of       th,,
hospital,
I 'I'Alil -.l;>
It,- awnings im- i|„. front windows
,,f ih,. ,,hi hospital building au/l painting of ihu ice house: li. Copland's
estimate for iln- nwnings SoC.'Jo un.l .1.
M'l,lull's for t|„. painting 93S was accepted.
GENERAL
It  was decided  t,. havo     tho
winy  placed  in  readiness  ui  oun
""•upiiiey     ami     ihai   ihu    ||L„,i
,lress,.i| laler on.
It  wns al-,, decided  to     hove
hospital eon ted with     il
sewerage   -\ atom.
Accounts    ior    May   amouutiug    to
»I333.UU     fm   IteveUcoko  .uul  $i'M.'25
fm  Arrowhead wcr dercd puid,
I'INANCIAI   STA IKMIAT
Hiil.  mi   h.ui.I   Vpril  Hu ■<_',T.V.i..'.I
''•nl.  ni   , i,-.111   . 1,000.00
li'".-i|'i-  i,.i   Ua)          I.'.'in;.-:',
new
for
Is.
llle
public
Corporation of tlio City ol' Bcv-
olstoko
By-Law^No. 156
WHEREAS It is ilieiiieil neeesKiiiy
mil expedient   in   tile  inleresl  of  the
llty ol lievelstoke Unit the presenl.
vVlltOV   supply   system    uf     lbe   Cily
liould be improved, augmented und
•xteinleil;
AND   WHEREAS  io  defray   lbe
mil lllel'eiif It W ill lie lieius-u I y lo
IIOI'I'OW llle liuu ul Twenlyseviitl
liotisniul ($27,UUU) doll.ns  which the
Nilllleil pl'opoues to I ilise Iiy llle Issue
,f diTielillll'i's seemed iipiill llie rules
iiitl uluirgOB whieh are ehttrgeitblti uud
•nluieciilile lur llie user  ul  water and
leeliie light iiiuler the "WTiler and
Klccti-ic Lighl Ueguliitlon liylnw
IllUt," and the Mllllli Ipal Clauses Aet:
AM) WIIKKKAS the estimated
iiiiuiint. of the Bald rules and charges
h,il IM'.llile   llllll   ellllileeiltile    lul    llle
year 111 which ihlaby-law is pissed is
^tS.tHHI.IHI;
ANU WllKHEAH tluie is now
Tiiirgeil on the sunt rules und charges
llle sum ol  tTilS.II'.Hi.SI;
ANIi WIIKKKAS  the .hiil hereby
created Is uu  the secnrtl) of lhe suul
valet1   and   elect ne   light,   t-iilcs   unit
barges and is ITuTln-i  guarutileed by
lm .Municipality at large!
AM) WIIKKKAS l,,i the paynienl
>l the suid principal money aud inlet-
isl duriug llie currency ot lbe delicti-
nu es tu lie issued, il is ucecssai y tu sel
aside and withdraw from ihe annual
urieiu reieiiiii' derived I'roill snid
.vniei ami iTeet.i ic talus and ubarges
iimiiiilly the sum of $1,68U,HH llie
ipecltlu annual sum reipiired lot the
,,iiynieiil. ul interest Ik ing Sj! liiul). UU,
ind lur the payment ut liie debt
$23U.H8i
AND WIIKKKAS the estimated
deficiency in suul rales uud dui go,
ri,iuu, it tu make up ihe auiouui ut
i li,Miiiiiu.il iiiUTesl and sinking limit
upon Lho debt hereby created is nil;
UK IT TIIKKKKUHK KNAITKD
by the Municipal I'uuneit ol the Corporation of llle Oily ol lievelstoke as
follows :
uiuliiiilly agreed upon with lhe legal
holder or holders thereof and nil
debentures bo I'opiircliascd shall be
cancelled and no ie issue of nny such
debenture oi'dcbetilurcBshnll be mude
in ei.iiseijll, 1'such I'i'-piii'cliiise,
IU.     As      llihlitiilllill      seeiiiily     llle
it'iiii ui the Mimloipality at huge is
hei id iy pledged for tlie payment ul' lhc
..11iiii.i 1 inii rest und sinking liiiul le
quired for the extinguishment of lhc
debt created by Ibis By-law nnd the
Mimicipulity hereby gtiarantouB payment ol tile siiino.
11. This By-law shall eonie into
I'uree and take I'lleel, un the lilllli dnv
of June, lino.
in.   This By-law may bo oiled for all
pill puses, ns the Water nnd KlccUic
Lighl   Kates Loan   Bv-luw,
llllll.
Head n  lirsl   lime
llllll', llllll.
till
Ken,I a. si
.lune, llllll.
mnl tii
Nu. lull,
llllll day ul
■  Hub  dnv nl'
Read n Ihlril lime  the  Hit 1, day o
.llllie,     IU1U,    and     passed      with    llu
unanimous consent uf the Council,
Roc
1010.
'IV*
d lhe
assent of ibe lSlecton
dav uf
Rccunshlci'oil end   tinully passed and
adopted by ihe Council the duy
nf unu.
I ITY Cl.Kllli
Mayor,
TAK1S NOTICE thai the above is a
ti uu copy nl lue proposed Ily law up, n
wh'cb tlie vote ol ilie Municipality
will lie Liken ul i b • Cil) I let k's ollice
l Ily Hull, corner of Second street and
.McKei/.ic Avenue, Kevelstoke, 11. C,
on Saturday, June 25lll, 1010, between
llu' hours of Nine o'clock a.in. and
Seven o'clock, p.111.
BRUCE A. LAWSON,
Cleil, ol ihe Municipal Council,
THE    MOLSONS    BANK
iNt,i.ii;i'OHAii'U niiiii
Capital Paid Up       -       $3,500,000
Rost Fund - -    $3,500,000
Has;()5J5ranclies in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in ali the Principal Cities of the World.
A QBNItRAL BANKINO. BUSINE88 TRANSACTED
SAVINGS     BANK   DEPARTMENT
At all Uranohns.     Intercut allowed at highest current rato.
REVSLSTOKt, B. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager.
Cummings Transfer Co. Ltd.
Freight and Parcels Promptly ^Delivered
Baggage Transferred
Furniture and Piano Moving a Specialty
Leave Orders at Steam Laundry Office
OFFICE
SECOND STREET
REVELSTOKE. B. C
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DOMINION I.ANUS, li Ml.» \Y l',,|,T, llllll'
IMI t'ul.l MIIIA, I UWKU COLUMBIA
DIVISION,
Htiivuyoil ngrlciilliiriil llomtiiloii Limit* in tie
IliillniiJ' Hell in.' rveilur >vill.liel,l Iidiu uuu j
unit n,,l <iop .-Ml '. il|iie.|, ivr„ onuii i" unlr>
malar Lliu iiruvlrtiuiiij <>i  tlia  tlrillaii (Juluiiililti
Dulllllliiill Lull.I Itujiiilitllulll.
In th,. Imw I'nliiiiilila IllvU'iin ..I i!«' lt.iil»„y
llultaii) ui;,!.' |»,,M,i,.., itlituun o .ir, ,,t ;,^,.
miloUivrwIauuliutlil,,, inty utitiln ninlor unlriua
lis li,,li„'st,M,l 1,11,1 ur,' i'IK|.t I. II, ;, lea I' t.l0.lll 01..U
ul flirty iicrea "f  llntnti lm,I.   Itvaitlunca I. r,
,|,ni,'il |,-r nl  lailMt ais lllunllia in ,u,-li ,,f the
,     .„, ,.      ,,, Isuara,   Total culllvatl i|iuruil tn uiini uatcnt
1.     the     sum      ol       I Wl'llty-Hevell I |,,r a twent) ami liouwataail,   ncrua cleanal
I'll, ,i i~.ii ml Hollnis, or so n,inii tliereol   anaalxeiiliitali.il, unit il lliu rtmui,i,lin< tn.tit)
isslmll l,e neeessiuy, shull l.e expend- fffl'Ur« Sarfroro} un.'T'elilUmt " jfuun
uil iu Improving, amjUlellliug nml ex-1 0n tin, ln.nn»l,a,l ,u are eiti|ttkm. NeaMluoiial
leiuliiiK llie waler supply svsteni o( reaiilonet Iut ilia |,n>aiii|>tlun. I'ricti ..I |ira.
ilie Cily. nml it shall lie lawful lor the , rSffimiiawilh'lliuI i'i''' "'"'' l'l'!'"'1'' '" '"'"
Mayor . f ll.o (Jorporatiou ol the r.ty |' ^ondlt,„lm) „„„,,„.. m{tim ,„„, , ,lU„let,
ol lievelstoke Ul liol'I'im III llie eleilll ' [,„ nuuilt a.'i.M.I llunclt laml It) n liialu .u.i
and seeuiiiy ol' llie suul tales aud olKliUieiiitiulotliurtmia iiiml.le in',.I ii.ii liuliliiia
enuiKi's hy way ot dobtnturea he.eiu- ||X^ ^''^^^^1^,1!^^
allvr meutiuuuu ttoiu any pereuu ur | buicuiuvatlninimi*w Increaawl. I'rice, ten dot'
mt<, body tn li'ulifs iui pi uai i' who   Urs per actu, ti\*- InaUUiuunta,
CAMBORNE
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coned.
l>i ot In >n    cordially   wel-
r. 11.. ri.MiKNi k Harte,
Ke, .-Sec, II. \V. EDWABD8
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M,u, li   m    1. o.
Ihi   I'-, ., ,11.•■!,'., ,,i"  '•, I",     congratu
■ -.     1 be openiny up   -i I m.  provim 0
...  _u   ■ road   .     M.i Hi.    ■ pro
.   ,  mm   ii.  el
, ment  nml  settlement.    I lu-  impoi 1
.,   lhat  tli..-.:    nnil.'
ipcrl;       .'1 ,u,t   in   llie      In -'
.;     , 1.. 1  ihrougfa in    ■ barge
mpeient  roei 0 0  whose onlj
.1.1 mu.I, 1- that they are k'""'
1- .,!.• out ,,l place iu tin.
expenditure ..i public money In important works end we truat the doj
will soon !>.• past «lfn iuch mon tro
itisa ore longer tolerated. The
work »■ have Been carried out bj lbe
Provincial jovcrntnenl in several pnrla
of the I"..', in ■ bo« ., marked im
|,1,a,'in, ii' ilu^ teiu, ih,' i.uel- being
«,.|l .-ii,,I ., 1 • f,11.■. graded while iln.
meibfil- 0! .i.'oiiii' '. 1 <' 11 iho« u Joaire
tu .-tt-ure ggo'J ^inJ ^cimypeut work.
higher ideal of    'lie    destii
country  before them.
tin,' ol il .guliilio
i,..[iio,m   ih,,!   imn
io -,-,-k employment  .tt     other
[arm  .t,,,k should bavi   -.''
,. Ul     l.,     II .Him;,..I IM.m
m their possession,    Iii
. ■    a   -ui.-ill   one,   ,
absolu ■ ■
coming    t« 1 be • ..un' 1     1
,. ..I.  lbe ■ heritable ■.  ■
people.
1 be
eption im- been  ' aket
.•,,'  i,.i  imn ad ■
■ bai 1':- unl.-l  m.i
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empluynii-nl  ul  lurm  work    in
Ml I    |,.-        ,11 H. Ul,
....  I  . ,t ii h
'lu-   o ■■ ,,11
ibli    ' :u '" nn
migration   .    and      thi  n  ne«   ri
..,,..  ba ■' '.*. n  li nm"!
,t.     .'.■   requii■■'!   remedy,
1 1..   i'... i     1 .1 nmenl
■ -1 '■''■.!. ,,n 11„. •■, agon mm 1 ■	
constructed tn tho Dig Dond Irom the
head ol navigation at Downie ' reek
to Goklalreani) n distance ..i about .'I
lull,-        lllllly   UU-II   t'.,.,|l    up   I,,,    ,.,.,.u
10 Ioi in the working crew,
1 I,,.  I'nu, incial   i£n: <■! mn..nl    01- luul,I
iiitf 11 road fiou, Ainsworth 1., the
min.- on ii„. mountain fronting the
ink,' ilml 1* onu ,.f il,,. mosl rrnditnble
public works wo have seen carried
out. I liu grade was Ini.I oui by J,
Moore, who Is in charge ol ihe rond
t".ik in tliu Kaalo riding, nnd tlm
uoiIt reflect the biglic I - rodil on lum
uiul F, Mil.eud, who is the Ion-
uiuii ia tiiurgi! o| it.
Friday and Saturday
H. B. STONEX
Practical..
Machinist
lt,.|niirj of all   kin,I .. rn.,1  on
Bicycle anil Onn tt'.rk au|.e,ialty
BfftlmateS /fen on any elaaa
of work.
Front     Street,
in
may lie Milling lu  advance  Hie Bnlllu, I    lloncli laiitl. in Uila Divlalun mo lan.u Uloa
, k.',,,,   ,,,,i   h\. oi-illi.e   ii,   11,u    ui,    elunt liunilratl laut ataivu Culuuililu lllvur,   l'|t-
isiun   mn  iNtitiiuiK   ni   ilu    »ti"ii   |K1|||H .,„. ,.„„,, ;l, t taut altitude sml may fie
.he .-iuu ol Iwetlty-SfVell Ihonsaiul tli.punuu ut in tinaieateuda ,.( Imt) iti'ioa ttiili
Uol lal» and lo cause all auch  buiuu so  utB-eiupUoa privilege on an ailjolnlnB.forly acrea
niseil ,0 be paid Into tlu- baud. „, ,„,. S^jJ^jEgfeS '-■ 'VSSrflaM
I reiisiiiei ot llie suul I uy tor the pur- i„. ,,^,',,,.,1 (orlia) puriiuseaor leaaid lu m 111,1".
i„,-is ,uul with llie  olijecla buieiulie-   l>>legalaubtllvlaliina,
,,ie lent etl. I    ICutry fee lurliuuiealuad, |ire*oiiipliuii nml con*
illtluual pureliaai', ten ilulltirn fur an lienir)  Aflel
,     ,,    , ,        „   ,    , , .lauci S imli'lll III. '..lilt.'ill.i It  null   lli„   I.iit.l   Him
2.    It  -hull  lie   Innliil   lor   the suul enleretlfur.tlieaelllermay aeevn. anetlu'r inlrj
M.ivoi lo cause any number of dela-ti-  ami wi on. tut nut fur mura Uiau ,1 tm  mi,
,           i.i        1   •         , liuiiuredauilalxty aeveh.S
turea to lie iiiuue executed uiul i-siied ,.           .          ,       ,           ,    ,
, . ,1     lbe general uiaarvalion pla t mi lamia eaat u
tor siieli Mini  or  sums us mny   he ro- iiunge IS, WealMixtli Merfdlaii, will eeaaennthi
liiiied   for   the   piii|ioses  uiul   ihj-iis ui. .inly, uuu.   Kulriea under Uie in w e giil.tioin,
.U'oiesaiit not   exceeding howevn-  ihe mayUiewaltorbe lua.le for lamia thou open t,
,,. ..   u   .. .,., ,    fiilrt. I.11I ant tunIs liuin ilu   ,, ui.,li,.v, ,i  i.rlnl...
,11111 ot I wellty-Seven lln-ll-uind »|thura»ufrointnulierli..rtli8 and n<t jet made
Dollars each ol Bald debentures being available, aa well aa newlj aurveyeti km,Is. nill
.,| itieileiioiiiiii.ilii.il of One Thousand   iwiulwadvertlaouieiitfor Uilrly dayai   Ant racli
,,   ,, ,     ,, 11. ,,,    ktuils till! 11,'I lie open I., ent rv unt ll   pill I"' lu,l leu
Hollars nml nil   stieli debentures  slull   „,„,„.    'SiineyHf'laudator Uie purpoae of entr)
t.e sealed tiitli the seal ul tbe t'oipoia-' luvan, legal aulalivlaluna alnittlng   anrvatp,*i
lion  . >r  lhe titv   of   Uevelstoke   ami   line or in Mao of landa on wliieh emri   U per
I   .        ,,        .', I , •!      ,    .1 I,lilti'.l lur..Ilo llllll.llolllllilsiMytloris.  "suit, \,.,f'
signed hy the Mayor and I leik ll'.eie-   i,,,,,,, ,„„ quarter aecllona abutting ..n a aut
of. veyed line.
I    Kor further information apply to the Dominion
:!.   The Bald  debentures shall  liear  Landaottlce,Kimloopa.
late the Jlth day  of July,   IU10,  nml j P. a. KRVF8,
-hall !„• mu,le   payable  iu   lilty  years I Keeretary
from lbe said date in lawful money of
(Jaoadaal tin- otlice of ihe Molaons
Hank al Kevelstoke aforesaid, which
place of paynienl shall he designated
by said debenturts, ami shall have
illacbed to ihem coupons foi the payment nf interest uul the Bignalure lo
io,ns may Ite either written,
printed, slauiptd or lithographed.
Clearing Sale of Boys' Suits
FROM FIVE TO FOURTEEN YEARS
4 Suits, Size 22 $3.50 to $4 50 for $2 and $2.50
6 Suits, Size 23 4 00 to 4.75 for 2 and 2.50
4 Suits, Size 24 4.00 to 5.00 for 2 and 2.50
2 Suits, Size 25 3 50 to 5.00 for 2 and 2.50
2 .Suits, Size 26 3 50 to 4.00 for 2 and 2.50
2 Suits, Size 27   3.50    , for    2
i j 3-piece Suits, 27 to 33, $5 nnd $0 for $2.75 & $3.50
MeKinnon & Sutherland
"FIT-REFORM CLOTHING
THE CANADIAN  BANK
OF COMMERCE
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000     Reserve, $6,000,000
DRAFTS ON   FOREIGN   COUNTRIES
Arrangements hove recently been completed under which the  branch*!
of this Bunk are able to Issue Drafts on the principal points
in the following countries:
Ireland
Mrs Hermann McKinney
TEACHER OF VOICE AND PIANO
Ml   Oil I'.il. ll       lll'l       'I'm  lllll,||l,.
Special attention paid to begin
II'   I .HI'I     'mi   I   Mll'l   pUpil   ,.
TKRM8 MOIlKRATI!
SECOND STREET
Near Drill Hall
I.   Tin- said delientut im -lull  I tear
rate i E  Five (.1   per
.iiiiiiiii   from   i In'  date
thereof, which  interest   shall l.u pay
dlj .11 i in- office  ol lho
Mol-on- Bank ii  Kevelstoke aforeMaid
r of Can "In "ii tin' 20th
lay of January .nnl Mm "Jnh day of
.Inly respectively in  each nml every
luring i ho currency i hereof, .nnl
ill i»- expressed   in   Mini   deben-
ipom <" I"- mi p,t.iiii,..
.",    li  shall  be
■ i . ,'.•   .inl ■,,-n ih •    ,,,!
debenture* oi   any  ol   t If ui   i n
1   |l   H'     i' Mill  |||.        ,),.
,.i |em
nn..i v i'r- per ' 'ii! ii ii of ilifii
face value including > I
. iating and mle, brokei ige and
neooeaai y expen
Pot   in- paj nn'iii ..i   In- laid debl
' In-i >• -Inii! I-- ^.'i II -nl. lh iw ii
,..,. li I he
t ■ i.'  revenue   nt   ' I,.    Munii  pal
■    l elec
.n.   '
i • i
foi i .',1 :'	
M'l      "
■i.n   the
purpt
7.    Pol | iiik iln- io'
beenn .oi" ' here 'It.ill be
each ye*i
from Hi" i"ii- "l
i In- M '   derived  from mid
lighl      i •.     ..nl
• I     .-II    I lO III,     Will' It
Mum   nball  iw   transferred front    the
■ i M.i "ni  I'" "mt"   ii,,"it,'    i i
paid min  i   ipoclal  acconnl   lm    in h
pttrpOBC   i'.'l '" I,"   'll   Inn s,il  tvli"ii   oil
,t* the instalments of Inleresl   become
dm .
-I. I,III lli^ I It" "III I I'IM'V ''f nil 'I"
In-Ill Ml " i I In    innl  I  i'"H   .onl i h.o ,"   . I "
11 Ktonl   'if"i'   ".|    h iii   not  form
pari of  ilm   annual  revenue  of  the
Municipality.
li. It iha.11 ii" lawful fnr tlm Mtllilcl
pal Ooum il iioiii imi" io inn,,
to re-purcbaae any of naiil deben-
lures ul luob piicc or piii.es as way be
Bush Fire Permits
Settlers on Douiinion I.ninls can get
peauiits al llie I'rovincinl 1'olice ofiice,
Kevelstoke, or any ofthe Provincial l'ire
Wardens, provide 1 they comply willi
Sections 5 and 6 of Chapter 84, Bush
l-'ires Acl.
J.   K.   MCI.RAN,
Divisional Warden,
CEMENT IloCKS
Utititifnctnrtd for nil cms»as of   luiililintfi
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE CLAY AND FIRE BRIGKi
for>ii« ni large or imall qnnntttlu
l n»  i • ,.*■ i l -if", fnr   I' Il
&ii iiniH.-.f boildiutf andtpUitdrliii
nudariaKffii
Foote & Pradolini.
REVELSTOKE
E.   G.    BURRIDGE
Tinsmtthinu, Repairs,   Hot  Air
Pipe ond   Furnace  Work
WORK    SHOP
Oonnaught  Ava.   -   Rovolstoko
One Car of Gait Coal
Coming
Will arrive i»"\t week.
Send in your orders fnr
early delivery.
W. B. Robertson
PHONE 73
Auatrin-Huogury    Finland
Belgium FonnOM Ii^ly
Brazil France Japan
Bulgaria Fr'ch Cochtii-O»in*   Java
Ceyloa Germany Manchuria
China Great Britain Mexico
Crete Greece Norway
Denmark Holland Persia
Egypt Icelac^i
Faroe Islatrfe India
Russia
Srrvia
Siam
South Africa
Straits SnilroaaaiU
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
Phillipine Islands    West Indie* tf%
Roumania and clsewbera
NO   DELAV   IH   ISSUING. ?ULL   PARTICULARS   ON   APPLICATIOH
REVELSTOKE    BRANCH—A.    H.    ALLEN.    MGR.
You   Like  Music
Here ia Your Opportunity !
Edison's Phonographs and Records, Graphophones,
Accordions, Banjos, Guitars, Flutes, Piccolos,
Violins, Fittings of all  kinds of finest quality.
Solo Agents for the Noted
New Scale Williams' Pianos
All kinds of Instruments tuned and repaired.
Work Guaranteed
A rail at the music store on McKenzie Avenue,
adjoining the City Hall, will convince you of the
quality of Uie goods,
J. Bingham, mgr. I
Doors, Windows, Mouldings,
Turnings, Etc.
Write for Prices to
Revelstoke Sash & Door Co. Ltd
REVELSTOKE, B C. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15TH,  1010
THE MAIL-IIE1ULD, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
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Actual comparison of Eastern Catalogue pricec, freight added, with
HOWSON'S     PRICKS
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged and Improved.    First-Class In every respect.    All modern convenience)
Large Sample RoomB.
Rates, $2.00 per day        Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITBD.
Import direct from country of origin.
WHOLESALE     DEALERS     ONLY.
BE1VF.LSTOKB'   ~Sri- O.
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Besl Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Raits $i a day.    Monthly rate.
J.    AX^E^T     BTOTSTFi      PBOF.
A. F. MASON 5
PRACTICAL GARDENER |
Jobbing promptly attended to. Agent (or all kinds of
Trees. Plants, Bulbs, etc. Lawns and Gardens taken care
of (or the Summer. Terms reasonable. Twenty years
experience.
Residence with F. G. Frisby.    Phone 80 (
SPRING IS HERE
•Mow ts the cinic of Wear for scefc planting
Beautify* jJottf GavDene
A   large assortment of Fresh Garden and Field Seeds, Including
STEEL   BKIGGS   FERRY'S   MAYS   McKENZlE'S
AND BURPEE'S.    Fine Lawn Crass, Clover, Timothy, Alfalfa
Kitchen Chairs
Kitchen Cabinet
Dining Table
Dining Chairs
Dresser and Stand
Bed
Bed
Dominion Spring
Child's Cot
Ostermore Mattress
Winnipeg price
50c.
$6.75
10.55
88c.
8.95
1.25
3.55
2.40
5.10
15.00
Weight
101b.
1501b.
1651b.
121b.
1501b.
1601b.
601b.
681b.
601b.
751b.
Freight Total    Howson's Price delivered
23c. 73c. " 70c.
$3.53 $10.72
3 87 14.42
28c. 1.16
3.52 12,47
3,76 15.01
1.41 4.96
1.59        6 94
1.41 3,81
1.76        6.86
11
70c.
II
$9.60
II
14.40
(1
1.20
11
13.00
II
14.00
(1
5.20
II
7.20
II
4.00
II
7.20
II
16.50
We make mir profit by shipping in car load loin, thereby saving Irci^lit rates. Bring
catalogue giving description of other goods not specified in thiH lint, lo mir store nml we
will prove mir statements.   Remember we deliver goods and net up free trom breakage
R.   HOWSON   &   CO.     -    REVELSTOKE. B. C.
e.
The Paget Supply Co'y.
J. WILSON
Fruit Lands Near Hstoks
We have for sale 80 acres of cleared
fertile lands ready for cultivation and
planting, half a mile from town, to be
Divided into small blocks to suit purchasers
^
and
Per Acre
EASY TERMS
This is the best land in the district, being
very fertile and suitable for growing fruit
or vegetables—no irrigation needed. This
is a paying investment.
Apply to
Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
REVELSTOKE,   B. C.
UNION HOTEL
AltlU) VIIKAD, II. 0.
Special Attention given to commercial
nii'il and tou.lsta, First-class sample
rooms. Finest scenery In Hriiish Colom-
tla, overlooking Upper Arrow l.nke.
W. J. Lightburne, .Prop
"SIGNS"
IHI MINING INDUSTRY
(CoDtlBUOd front Vattfi Ou. I
All kinds
[Reasonable l'rices
Painting and
Paper Hanging
Satisfaction Guaranteed
R. Z. CRAWFORD
Cor. Third St. anil llnbson Avuuuo
Union Hotel
RESTAURANT
Under New Management
WHITE HELP ONLY
Stewart Macdonald
Proprietor
,,M.ml long tunnel, from which a
ruise lii- beon mode Into Bj leet "I
ore running :::>" oss. in silver. Some
people who know ll"' mine say they
would not Iw surprised in see Rambler Stock  L'lt up  to Si.
I lir  l.u, kt   .iim is the premier  sine
ml ,i tlie province.   It  i- being ao-
livcly developed and has now 90,000
inn- of ore practically in sighl ready
-., min.' Bml ship. An aerial tramway
i- lieing put in mid n low level tunnel
has lieeu started on the K. and 3.
railway lo develop ll"' ore- bodies at
I,,pt|i || , proponed to slarl shipping ii.l- in.ii,ili, tho ore going to
Mineral Point /in. smelter*. The com-
pan) owning tho Lucky Jim propose
in pin in I, concentrullng mill al
K.i-l,, .m.i have mado a proposal to
il n   , ..nn, il in connection      with
Palace Restaurant
McKenzie  Avenue
Fruit, Candies, Cigtirt<,Tiiliacco.
Mealt- 35 cents.
A. H. Sing, Proprietor
To Trappers
Raw Furs Bought
Cash Prices Paid
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Purs.
PROVINCIAL EXHIBITION
CALGARY
June 91 to Jul) 7,1910
LARGE  PRIZE  LIST
All   freight  refunded on   exhibits originating
in Alberta.
Over $1,000 offered for grain competition incluU-
Acre Yield Competition,
Milking Machine demonstration and lectures.
Magnificent Art and China Display.
Best music and attractions, including
The NAVASSAR LADIES' BAND
Grand Fireworks Display.
Albers' Ten Snow While Polar Bears.
Herzog's Six Trained Stallions.
The Six Abdallahs' Brothers marvellous acrobats.
Ramza and Arno, clever comedians.
Al. (1. Barnes' trained wild animalshow^,
Reproduction pf the makipg of the Blackfecl
Indian Treaty illuminated with Fireworks,
mik l'm/i:
List ami Kntky FoEMS WRITE
I. S. G. VAN WART
LL
I'KI'.MIH'.N I
MAN.U'.IK
School Si'ors for >f •■;•>». «£
b          1 girlsi ust be (2ft r-vA \\
if i  lidl   'her- ^hc.   \- >.. ^
:'... i \   n't do where y*-    t@ET
A ■'<   - \
streng h is e: senti: 1.
Then, too, they must be
comf nable, foot-cpn-
■ i :, weai resi st-
i, g, weatht r-d I ■ -
sl ■ s, ■ '
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'ti   -
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and    ■■
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AMES-HOLDLN SHOES
•55E23 *—T**^
Certificate of Improvements
N(I'lll K.
'! ll.int " mineral cl iim, Bilnate In llie
Trout Lake Mining Division ol West
Kootenay District.
Where located : i In Poplar Creek,
Bear Poplar Townslle.
TAKE NOTICE that I. AR. Hi viand,
Free Miner's Certificate No. B. 25405,
Intend, sixty days from date hereof, t"
ipplj to the Mining Recorder lot a Cer
:,:\. iteol Improvemenls, for the purpose
oi obtaining a Crown Grant ol the above
claim.
Anil further  take   notice   that action,
under Section 37, must be commenced
before the issuance ol m.cIi Certificate q(
Improvements.
Dated this ISth day of April, A. I>.,
1911.
\.  R, 11 KM,AND,
NOTICE
\ i, wife li.i Lii mt bed nnd
I. . ,i,l. I h ill no longei be n poll iblo
I,,i  uni  ilcbt    • "nti ai led bj  liet.
Uuled   lune   1:1..  1010,
F, V. R'LLMUi.
Eggs for Hatching
F.ggs lor hatching Irom the follow •
ing imported pure bred stocn:
8. C. Rhode Island Rods.-$2.00.
Silver   Lined  WyundoUiis,- J2.00
Barred  Plymouth Uoi'ks.-sS-MH)
S. C, Hull Legborns,-|2.00
Cornish Iniliiiii tliiini',- $2.00
White Created  Blaok  Polish,- f2.00
Emdi-n Geese.—18.00.
Impel inl Pokln Ducks.—11.78..
AIbo slock Irom  tlio above lor siilr
MltS. It. A.    UPPER.
THE ROSS STUDIO NOW OPEN
FIRST-CLASS
PORTRAITS
Call and nd prices uiul sec samples at
Siiulio. Also net particulars of our
special offer for a short season only.
Connaught antl Victoria Sts
WAN I I'll flood Planer man. Apply
hternaghan Lumber Co, Ltd,,Salmon
Arm, B. C,
WANTED
WANTED—General Servant Girl
wanted ill private home, Good wages
Apply ut Mail llKitAi.n ollice.
FOR SALE OR RENT-Ranch at
Clanwilliam. Apply to Mrs. Mary
Palmer,   Clanwilliam,   B.   C. te L
NOTICK TO CKED1T0BS
IN THE MATTER of lliu Arrowhead
Lumber Company, Limited.
NOTICE in hereby given that all
persona having claims against The
Arrowhead Lumber Company, Limited
whose registered office is ut Arrowhead
in llie Province of British Columbin,
are requested to send, not Later tlnin
the 7th duy ot July, 1910, by post
[prepaid or delivered to Bodwell und
Ltiwson, solicitors for the liquidator
of the above company, ui 'J1S Govern*
ment Street, Victoria, li. C, their
names ami addrbases, full particulars
in writing of iheir claims und statement of Iheir accounts, nnd the nut-
ure uud securities (if any) held by
them.
AND TAKE NOTICE that after the
7th day of July, 1910, the liquidator
will proceed to distribute the assets
of ihe Company among the parties
entitled thereto, huvitie; regard only
lo the claims of which he shull huve
hull nolice.
Dated the S7th day of May,    A. U.,
lino.
JAMES H, NELSON,
Liquidator of the Company.
FOR SALE—Two high-grade Ayrshire
Cows, freshening, heavy milkers.—
Apply  to T.  Lewis,  Revelstoke, B.C.
BLACK EARTH FOR SAI.I'.-While
excavating for the llowson Block,
1 will have good garden soil for
sale at 60c, |)er loud. Apply to the
Cumming's Transfer Co.
WOMAN COOK— Wants occasional
work in private families. Apply
tin loors west ol Knox Church.
LUST ■ A " I, ulics' Light Iiim-
Jacket, silk lined." Ant one lindiiig
siinie nml returning lo 1'. U, Wells
Store, Lower Town, will be rewarded,
FOR SALE—Tha most up-to-date portable typewriter on the market.
IIoch lho work sumo as $101) inn-
chine.   Price   %'2!i  prepaid.—Sinaill   tt
(Hosier, Vancouver. 1). IJ.
BUY VANCOUVER REAL I'.STA'I'E
We oiler full quarter acres Imperial
'ark, beautiful location, oasy term-:
Write for particulars.   Wenloui   Broker-
ge Co., 7120 Ponder St., Wast, Vim
oouver, II. C. a.lD-6,
Wanted to Buy
A Small Sleatn Tug Hunt In good
repair. Apply, giving full particulars
as to Hi/.r, style of machinery, price
expected   I'll',, In    Ml'NIlV LUMBER
Co., THREE VAI.LKV. H.i:.   m!264l
Synopsis of Canadian Homestead Regulations
ANY Hvnilnblfl DomiDton I.nml- wilfiiu tha
Uni I wuy Holt ih Uriiisli ('oluniliiH. n.n)
t)Q ii"iiie U'iuii-1 hy nny i >■'. >"■ who i> t1 " -uie
fiftHtl nf ;t fumi!).i.r hi.) in«i« over m rears of
iKfl, tu tlm oxiohtnf ini»HiiiHrLer ^ectitJU uf '.'-
i'tom murn nr less.
Entry mn t Kn uuulo MraoDeU| Ht the l<«nl
litnil utlirn Tor ttm dUtriet in which the mini ia
-inmu»: Kntry l>> proi] mu, huvvever. be
ni if if on certain rondlttou l>y the father,
Bother,sod< denshtttr, iimiher ur ilsterofu
intomlmtt hnmeaiMder
Ttm bomeeieiider i^ re-iiiirtvi to perfurm the
lOUdltlnaa Oouueeted iherevilh umier une uf
lhe fulluwiiiK pleoi I
tit Atleaateli months1 r.< lci.rn uimjii and
•tiliivitliuii uf the liiiid in enrh yeur for three
yenri.
(I) If the fitthnr (or tni.thpr. if the father is
ierensedinf th« homeetMder rn-iJe- nuuii a
fit nn In thi' Vicinity nf lhe Inifl nnt'-red fnr. iht
reqotremeuta as to •■' •■,.<••■ mav be -t :>i
hy anoh person residing with ihe fattier ur
mothers
(It)    If the •-nlllpr hn- hi- iwnnati»i.t rn-itieiite
npou fanning lend owned 6| him In the vicinity nf his Ii'itii" it'.ni thn r»vjniroinout- n- to
residence may be   iti li«ni h)  --   i,. ,- .,,. ,,
he -ml lai d.
BU umi, l Iim   ni .lice lit v« filn.K ihottld be (fi veil
;n the Commi>sioner of Unmtnlou LunJa at
Ottawa <>f loteutloe to nn j foi pateoL
CoaLi I'oal mining rlgnti maj ^ iBH>ed fnr
I period nf twenty-niiu yean st mu annual
rental   Of   II   por   ncrn     Nnl   ui-ire   lhaii 2,'iCO
i'". .i,i,i: hn leased to una iiniividoat or
company. A imjh,i , ,,i n * rate nf five ceuti
l>er ton shall ha culler ted <m the " errhanlabla
•uhI imiied.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy of the Mmi-ter nf the Interior.
N It.   unauthorised pobllcaUoo uf thii ad
verti-tutifiii will imt he t>aid fur.
NOTICE
Our logs are stamped
on the end "E" and all
persons are warned
against taking them or
the driving of nails or
spikes therein. Do not
touch our logs.
Revelstoke Sawmill Co., Ltd.
i
Vegetable anil Flower
SEEDS
Ornamental and Flowering
SHRUBS
Best varieties of
ER/UIT  TREES
Semi for Catalogue
RIMlMISERIES & ILDRIl CO,, LTD.
186 Granville St.   P. 0. H«x H>63
Vancouver, li. u.
power mi'l -ii»'.
SWllllN.
i- assuming its ol«I*tinio    hopefulness.
Hi,.  Sloemt     Star,      llulli.  ami  Hii'li-
i I Eiiroko are all    working     and
nhipping I .,■ ners are on the Batoho-
'lor, Twilight, and Idaho-Almo. A
:',,tiitu loot tunnel i* U-in^ run on the
Surpri e. Work \m-> been resumed on
Iiii.. Noble Five. li ij reported the
t'onsulklated Mining and Sim-lting
i umpniit I., secured lbe Payne mine
ami «ill  inn ii. Tbe 0. Y. It. evidently expoct Inu business on tlio
Sandtin  road at   thoy have a      large
l.u i in,-ti and steam BhoVei at work
lixtnu up the track nml putting it iii
lo good  nhapo,
.--ll.VI.lt I UN
."•ilt.-i imi i^ ., I tha l*.'-i    towns
in Kootenay today and the mines
ihere aro doing particularly wi.ll. Tlio
Standard i-- reported nolfl to an enst-
i-iii syndicate Ior 1350,000,       li     lm*
J300.0 f ore blocked .mi  ready    to
iiuii-. anil -hip. The Van Uni is in
large bodies ol oie uiul shipping
heavily. The Hewitt in doing develop.
ini'iii work and the iniuo is looking
Bplendidly. A Btrike oi ore has been
made on the Neepawa, which is a high
grade mine at Ten-Mile und the West*
mount i- becomiog one ol the high-
gnitki mines of B. L'. A deal is on
Ior the Bosun, which has been shut
ilnttu foi some years, but is undoubtedly a good property.
THE I.AUDKAU
Tho Silver Cup ts working steadily,
with a fofce oi GO men. This mine
-lnpl»sl .Vki tons, 0{ 0re lor lhe lirst
three months oi tliis yeur. The ore
i- not quite so high grade ut depth,
showing n falling off in gold and silver values, bm ihere iei more of it
The development shufi is now 300 ft.
below lhe low-level tunnel. The English Company which took over tho
Swede group at Poplar, is developing
it l>y a low-level tunnel. Mr. Andor-
son, a Scotch mining engineer, who is
in charge ol it, expresses himself us
Well plea-ill wiih ihe result oi the
work -,, Ian He has got beyond the
none of movement which has given so
niii'li trouble at Poplar. .lohn Keen,
of Kaslo, i> developing the propesty
ai Poplar in which he is interested,
and will keep up work all summer,
He has a line ledge and promising
sli.niis which mav give l-.mhI values.
EAST KOOTENAY.
lhe Consolidated Mining and Smelt-
ing Company, who have acquired tho
North Star mu>I Sullivan mines ut
Kimberley, are arranging to work
these ..ii an extensive scale. The niill-
ing ore will It,, sent to tbe St. EugTne
mill for treatment.
MtiYIF.
is the home nt whal has been proved
lo lie the largest silver-lead mine iu
the province! It has 20 miles of work
ings and has produced an enormous
.uiu.nm  ,,f ore,   Ii is equipped    with
lhe best c nitrating mill    in      tho
province, an.l under tln> management
ol Mi.  Illayloi-k has done surprisingly
g I work,   Arrangements are     being
mule t.i take all lho ore out of tho
iilil workings, and even w.ok the okl
waste dump in Uoyio lake. It looks
too i- if ihe Consolidated is going
into ihe /in, business, They are pm-
ling in n in"-! up-to-date experimental plant.
II.' \uroi,, min,. .,n th,- north shore
nl Uoyie Lake has proved disappointing,   iii.l wink  has lieen  stopped      for
ike  p in.   Instead  ol  getting  silver
lead ore like tbe Si. Eugene, of which
ii  is an extension, n small .-hoot      of
 I'l'^  sine ore has U-en developed.
1  >: nol proiiubl)  marketable,
and ii remains lor extensive develop-
ne at work to l»- done to ascertain
whether ihi- mina baa any oi tbe
ore Values which it anticipated would
if proved up by the work s,, fnr dono
the company who have been doing
lhe development work deserve great
• nsin (,„ iba Wll> ,|1(.v have stnok
to it.
The   Society   GW,   behind   the St.
I i.n. . is said t,, l„. tinning out well
■ nei l- -hipping.
I'isil CREEK
\ proposal i- now before tlie Im|«'r-
ial  Development  Company  to give   n
l'i day option on th" I'.vn    and    mill
with a purchase price ol Sl".r>.ono   for
'.lie property if the mill runs its sutis-
i,<ui\     llu.  will  leave  nothing    Ior
ihe   l'.\ ,   shareholders,   The  strike    on
I the Spidei raises hopes that C'amb|orne
will  again lie a shipper of ore within
a short  time.   There is a good     de •
inland Ior mineral properties  through-
out  the country and    many     option*
jhnvc been taken on  the most promising  pn.pei tic-  whieh nro in the mark-
el  by intending purohaaert, who   lor
the mosl part will bo a vttlnabln    rc-
qulsition to the mining Industry     of
the pigvjnce,
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THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE B C
WEDNESDAY, .11 NI   IBTH,  1910
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of
The Future
The Town that was Born Lucky
The Metropolis
that has
Everything
Lots
25x120 feet
Prices
Inside Lots
$150
Corner Lots
$175
TERMS--One-third Cash
Balance 3 and 6 months
Clear Title to Every Lot
Upon Payment in full
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CAMROSE CITY LIMITS
Lots
25x120 feet
Prices
Inside Lots
$150
Corner Lots
$175
TERMS-One-third Cash
Balance 3 and 6 months
Clear Title to Every Lot
Upon Payment iii full
The G. T. P. Addition is situated in the best residential district of Camrose. It
is not an outside sub-division. It is only Three Blocks from the G. T. P. Depot.
Every Lot in the property is level and beautifully situated. There are now-
some good residences one block from our property. Remember there are only
a limited number of lots to be sold at present prices, so be one ofthe first to buy.
ftrssssH-rM
USSi
Camrose has Seven Railroads, Lowest Freight Rates of Alberta, Cheap Coal,
Cheaper Sites, Richest Farming District in Alberta, Best Geographical Location in Alberta, Large Coal Areas, Abundance of Water, an Excellent School
System; and is the Basis of Large Manufacturers.
Wholesalers Know Why
and   they   generally decide   right  where they
should go tor   distributing   centres.
Who Are There Now
Georgeson & Co.
G. F. & J. Gait
Massey-Harris Co
Brackman Ker Co.
Donnelly, Watson & Brown
Imperial Oil Co.
Calgary Brewing Co.
In addition to these railways two new C P R. lines
are projected; one from the South east an
extension of the Soo Line from Moof;e Jaw;
the other a continuation of the G.PR, west,
ward from Wetaskiwin to Yellow Head Pass
Camrose Land Si Investment Company
OWNERS
711 First Street East, Calgary
A. E. KINCAID,
AGENT
Revelstoke, B. C.
A Junction of 3 Transcontinental
Railway Systems
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY East: Short
line to Winnipeg via Saskatoon. West to
Wetaskiwin. South, via Wetaskiwin to
Calgary, tho Crow's Nest Pass and Pacific
Coast.  North, via Wetaskiwin to Edmonton.
GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC -East, via Tofield to
Saskatoon and Winnipeg. West, via Tofield
to the Pacific Coast, through Edmonton and
the Yellow Head Pass. South, to Calgary.
North, to Tofield
CANADIAN NORTHERN RAILWAY North-east
to Vegrevillo. East, via Vegreville to Winnipeg and Eastern Canada. Northwest,
short line to Edmonton, the Yellow Head
Pass and Vancouver. South to Calgary
through Stettler and Knee Hills, connecting with the Uoose Lake Line.
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T11R MAIL-HERALD  KEVELSTOKE, B. C.
Fag* 8
If our method** sunt you
tell others.    If they don't
Biiit you tell uh.    Any criticism   of    our   mode   of
doing  business   will   be
appreciated.
HUME'S SPECIAL
A news sheet devoted to the interests of the citizens of Revelstoke and surrounding
towns and settlements.     Our aim is to place before the purchasing
public the facilities of Our Big Department Store.
Mail Orders.
Telephone Orders.
Send   the   children   to
the store.   Come yourself.
Have our city traveller
call   at   your   home   for
orders.
Bargains in
fnr Ladies
We have gone through our
Shoe hlock and t»ken out
over ONE HUNDRED PAIRS
from broken lines. They are
all in A 1 condition—not a
shop worn pair in the lot.
About 25 Pairs of Oxfords
(!un Metal, Tun, Vici Kid
and Pa tint  Leather.    Nobby
lasts of the present season.
Sues from 2.1 to nl. Regular
if I and l-l 5U lines.
About 3D Pair Ladies' Slippers
Bright, new-looking goods,
with high and medium heels.
Regular ¥3.50 goods.
About ED Pair ladies' Boots
Turn soles and Welts, both
Blucher and Bai cut. Patent
leather, vici, and calf; they
are all here. Sizes 21 to 5.1.
Regular prices 13.50, * I 00,
$1 50 and 15.00.
These Shoes are all
on the table now but
none will be sold until
the morning of
Thursday, 16th
Kindly do not ask us
to send out Bargain
Shoes on approval or
to exchange them, as
we will be compelled
to refuse.
Call and look at the
Shoes, then remember the price is
Only $2.25
Quick Pudding
By using Quick Pudding a
first-class and delicious Sum-
dessort ran be produced in a
very short time. We carry
the l'ure (lold Quick Tapioca,
Quick Custard and Quick
Chocolate Budding—ready for
instant use right from the
package.
Biscuits
Are you using Huntley &
Palmer's Famous Biscuit ?
You will do so if you try
them once. It will pay you
to use them. But up in air
tight cans and sealed packages in a great number of
varieties, including Monarch,
Coronation, Marie, Nursery,
Madeira, Cracknel, Brazil,
Wheatmeal, Olaf Cakes,
Short Bread and a dozen
other kinds of the best and
purest biscuits on the market.
We Are Sole
Agents
Snaps
We are always giving Snaps,
but there is one snap that we
are selling that is a Snap—
The Magic Hand Cleaner
For soiled hands there is
nothing half so effective. It
will remove Urease, Tar,
Paint, or any dirt in the
quickest time, and, moreover,
it is beneficial to the skin.
GET A CAN !
Get It at Hume's
Crockery
and
Glassware
We have just opened up a
couple of crates of Crockery
and Glassware, mude up of
Hotel Tea and Coffee Cups
and Saucers, Clover Leaf
Cups and Saucers, Syrup
Jugs, Teapots, Jugs, Water
Sets, Baby Plates, Cake
Plates, Bean Crocks, Toilet
Sets and Dinner Sets, Our
Crockery Department is now
full to overflowing with some
of the choicest goods in the
City. Come in and look them
over. No trouble to show
them.
Hosier]
Who Wants to save money on
Hosiery? Your chance next
Saturday night. Several
tables of Hosiery laid out
Saturday night for easy
choosing. A special table for
Saturday night, July ISth,
of Ladies', Misses', and Children's—all one price
25 Cents
Counterpanes
Last call on those Snowy
While Counterpanes and
Bed Spreads; not more than
20 of them left. They are
of the Knglish and French
Patterns, (let at least one
before they are all picked up.
They come al
The Elevator is tbe most perfect type of passenger elevator
made. We spared no expense to
get the best and most reliable. All
tbe safety devices so far produced
you will find on it. The most
approved automatic safety brake.
C.B. Hume Sr Co. Lid.
DEPARTMENT  STORE
Revelstoke,   *   B. C.
Cool Waists
For Midsummer wear—the
lighter the better says the
Summer Girl. Even the
Waists bought a few weeks
ago have a way of looking
heavy and forbidding these
hot days. Here are the kind
to take their places during the
real Summer weather. Thin,
inviting Lawns and Muslins,
beautifully cool, a mixed lot.
Bight as you step oft the
elevator— they are $2 .">0 to
$3.00 Waists foe
(1.50 Each
The trim, cool, comfort of a
Tailored Waist always appreciated by the neat dressers
—smart and tidy, 20 only,
White Linen Shirt WaiBts,
the   Sfii.oO kind   for   $1.7,").
10 only, White Linen Shirtwaists — the new Soutache
Braiding appears on thie one.
A $1.00 Waist for
$2.25
Neckwear
How cool she looks ! Look
again ! Isn't it time she is
wearing just an every day
Blouse, but with careful
thought to Neckwear, many
styles and various qualities
and values in Chanticler collars, Lace Collars, Dutch
Collars
25c. to $1.00
New Arrivals
Belt Buckles
Frillings
Bone Hair Pins
Bone and Turquoise
Hair Ornaments
Hat Pins, Brilliant
Take the Elevator
You may lind a mistake in
our accounting, let us know if you
do. We have installed the finest
ollice system possible and are doing
our utmost to keep apace with the
times. You can help vis if you let
us know of any mistake thatjmight
occur.
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THR MArL-lllllIALnilRVELSTOKR, B C
rt'l n ..    DAY, .11 Sl!  l-l ll.  1010
Sale of Summer Apparel
Sale of Undermuslins
Mi low ns, 7 5c, 9 ic, JI. iO nml    I   u
>w ns "I inn- muslins und C'liiu
brics trimmed   with   Luces   and   Kiubroiilerit-s  in
Slip-overs nnil billion front styles.
Women's Skirts
I'i re. ranging (rom lac., 51.00,   51. HI,   -.'.mi nml
each      i laint)   styles in   fine muslin anii
Cambric skirts.
Drawers for Women
■  ■:  Irom  5f>c.   lo  Ji.SO encli,  triiiiiiied
n .ni'l  Viil. 1.;t. i".  anil   IJntnh   Swiss
i
Princess Dresses
""   nml    ■.. ill,    mi   wliiti   "iih ,
trimmi-d   wiih nserliim     nud   etitbrolilei j
h i       ..-.:.    iiiiiht lusi innl in     Lyli
Summer Dress Fabrics
at prices,    1 aucv Muslim-   I  . .    '.He.   nlul
2      ; ....     These come   in  fain i   stripi s nnd
n
English Prints
I'llll widths    nniiniiletl llie In  ' ill !."■    pi i yard.
Delainettes
I'uuev slripus, ilols,  I1mi.i1 designs.      Now selling
nl 15c.
White Muslins and Dimities
Prices h"in   1 m .. 2.nc. 25c.  anil   10c.   per yard.
Mulls nud organdies ill stripes nnd checks.
W.ish  Suitings
"""\|Mi',   uiul    Mrs.    I'ii-'in.iii      I" |"'    Iln
ciliungn   ni iy   result   In   11 o   du i i il
' l eni 111 to Mra   Fun miiii'd In nil li.
Tlio pus I lit    I   I lie   ii' nn     I'.XIHlli
II  I'.ioilS   III    1 .MU   I I Im ■!     i'\     '■      ||l|  (|
nil HV   [hill    ll   I.     I'1!'  ' ii,   ul    1!  i' I
Bti I,",   hemic i    I hu   li'i>l     i"    Bnjili I
I inKiiage and literature, winning ilie
s uni,' priz ■. nnd tmik llm »< vi i I li
p aoe in ili" «li.'U' rimgu nf su' j u ■ in
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Mm   I In,     M  I. Iiiii.  llir I'm I ' >   kin '
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niij|i|   |     |*iii ".ii   I'reek   i'	
for   Viincoiivi-r.       tt     .1.   l-l.   Mered lh,
 i   Mr.   Mermliili,  li i    lul en  lii     li
"ii" »l   I ..I  I nivi mllj   n    lliili-li ■
lm    nf    V. i      ,i, .1 ..."   I        lidulll   .
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iiniiuulb    I"   llilu Ii   t'liliuiibiii.
Kt-pps,    Chain
llend,
i-ph\ rs,   Lun ii  .nnl   llitlinu
Fancy Parasols
in nil the li uliii:; colors nud new di signs,   I'l ii
Millinery at Halt Price
i mu Tnble I'ntti i n lints nt hull prii" Tills Clem
Ml, ,.ii nil  High  Class Millliu i i will  bring   |
litis beulililul Imt within llle I'cnch ol I
REID <& YOUNG
Challenge
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lierebi   "Imll",i ...   ili     l-'ui    He      ili
Lower   town   lo   i    mine    nl    Im.-elinll,
,..i  M lu;   cvc   .i ' -'nih.   llllll.
 ir in iveigli   '..'"'i   Ih ..     ox
",.|U  nib I., i   .
fi ■  I 1(11       llll       I'    I I     III MM
I) i "kill   le.'iiii.
tii-il,   I pper Toll n.
il   <    I,.
u       III
LOCAL AND GENERAL
PURITY   FLOFR
To those who have nol yet givon Purity Flour a trial we
would suggest \mi doing so if you wish to procure the best
as we absolutely guarantee every sack. Your money refunded if mil just what we represent it in be.
tea am) (<>iri:i:
We have a full stock nf (lie leading lines i" Teas and
Coffees and can offer you the best values on tbe market,
ranging in price from .i'l per lb. tn •"> His. I'm' 81 as a special,
A. HOBSON. BAKER & GROCER
Mt    ll, M"     li'l.  .."   ndvei
Hi    .i liink     lor
23rd.
The  Bitting ol   tho  County  Couil
arranged lor today line, been pi stponed
r 1 Wili.'Hl.y. .lime Will.
:..,i, by law In pro
ol iiMi'M'.ni real
,,'   >|illl   n   yeur,
t'rii,  ipil    Suw\ el   nl   I In    Sil i lin.I
wiii       pi   i,    ai   ili"  Hupth i
•   ■     "HUM
A  M-ii.  ..i    i.'    I" ■■ I'uulli-j
t       Stock A ' itinn   i. '      l ii
■ i   lol   l'i,-li;. . .Iinie   lilh, ai     i lie
| .'.;.   II . I.
I; II.   i rm imn II bu ol
md I'l-iiiaii   iipen  uniii   the
See uiu     im   unbind   phi "" .
per d"/.,  id.in. .■ nt.i li.
l.eii.eiiiiAt in.i" win lie u epluiitii.
".'.gran,in.- ul luuviug pictured al lit
iL.ll-uli Ituillle uu i'.iil.iy ul.il .N.llli-
Uay.    \S men lur programs.
St. i' .'I i ].' i" li  arc iliini.iiii;    <_>i
dnj i - u el plant neur Cowlej
Aha ■ ■  .-in ' n i "i  the ' low
■
11 eased tin   II .1 yon
ii        , ■    u.i Suuituriuui  '"
V,.    i , . mi in, I iy .,1
.:
I lie      y ing  un  im
lhe  millii
„   ...   .    ,..,., t'i iMo  Iron   11  rn  ! lm; di i:   hy   the  eh .   , ri
c ". j  • u k ui i!   the i.n: ■•
..   ■, ■ . I., ■       il c hli'ill; c.  . .—.
ii. u "I'ii" |i minion   i-  •■  ■
■ .    ;        . ' I'i i i ■   is    -"i   i liai   ; ;i"  ream
Your Insurance
Is  one of  tin:   most   important  items
in your business
LET Kootenay Agencies, Ltd,
Look iifter this branch of your business
KCCIENAY AGENCIES, LTD.
Successors to Kincaid A Anderson
I'.'IWT  n 3 I   11.(1   in i  Wl -   I    lo-t 11 \   V '  i
SOCIAL SHO PERSONAL
trunsepi
•       V.lli    il III,
llle
111    •■
A I  ...   I    , .1     I I ;i,l,
•i .    led   I"
I
;
_ i     ■      I i' .
■ .      Iti
....     i  ,
II   Cawlotd met i king di nth
at the Vane     ri: E  g -   -'.     k-,
.    )
W-iir.t.d roi -■ el vend
nt tbi   ■.■ ■  lei n  below
Ken.
■
■
■
:     "
'J;.  ,:.'':■'.. ipen
nir  entertainn i ut   ni nr    thi
.  future
The c n""! t will be Irei   t    evi rj  i
and the children will b<   specially  invited.   The programmi '' 0' about clear  ol tbe
1   m . i     ■ ' iy In
dr iw n i i'j I     and tl
"
un ler ll    '
I livifdonal   Y ire   W ardi i     M
notitiee ua i Imi  Betl
I mda   m-.ir   Ri ee'stoke   n
p -rtuit -< al tl r Pi i ■ inci il P
or fruiu any ol I
compliance wiih  -
- '■
|-"i. d Fui'
■
■ .   _
75.    lliu »e    ;i'
i .
i.i-i ,-ir la) morning K
Had a unrn * esca| i Ir
■ I- nt, bei ■  : •
■
lii
cut to  i '■' ■'■■ i        Mr    Fi
Baseball
Hi..   liil"i Iiuii       i'llll',!
iheir  sun,     ill      nip    1...
Ilusinc  linen  ii  imp h\  .,    ioi u    ul
ITl-li. I lir Intel i"' li lie well! lllell!
wiih   ih"   slick,'   ii 'iirly   nil   llu ii      run
ruiiuiiB      fii'Ui      ■        "l"l   wiillups,
II"" I.  « liu    im led  iii  lo heme      ili"
I I'lll'l     fill      ill"    I'."    Hi"      I      I!    .
"■I   mil     ilill    M   ii I ,re   «Im,   l"..:
plueu   '.Mi-    ;..   .,   bultell        I. Hi
Mllpporl,   hiiwevel .   In     nj      the      le„   I .
■ i  liend  a Ili i,,n  mi I    ul   il "\ n  un
     M   I   -     ll,     l h'll ,     l lllll ,,    :  I ,     w lii|(.
Ill"   llllll    I'lll.llili .I    mi l-rilj    nil       ill r||
il"' .'".il p.- its. Si I'.i mien i'ii,,i lied
llliilili-l pei-lm nlu        lieliini      I    ilmv,
• m I we wmild mlvi .- llmt Ml', lien
m'l t b" supplied wiih ;ln ul in i Iiuii in
.ill fiilure  . .nn.
r.urriilj,' ,ia- hi; intIn i 111 ulj . Iml
lii" supporl wus on ih,. „,I, u( , iin,;,]
moments.
CP.R. Movinij Pictures
Many   who  vi Uiil  ll .1     Kili on
tlieutre In  i  jem iliirin    elu  exhil ji	
"' lb" ' '. I', li. in«,\ in.: [iii i uiv. ,i,,!,,
\ ietoi i.i lu CiIm-u,", will he please I
i" Im'hii ilml I hey will litivu anothei
uppol'tunity   shortly   of  seeinii        ihem
again     I lie      llarbe k   I     I'ompuny
will  be in  Uevelstoke hhortly  und will
U'i in.:"  lor   ili"   re production  ol    lho
l'i- i'ii-   in   the  n.'u      I  ii mu   theatre,
te will be announced  luter.
1.0. F. Notice
I.,-." ii,.,-!!
-.    i io
       I        II   .,:. ,,1 |
■■     .       .    lup.    III.
K. of P. Notice
.
.  .. ' ;.■       to
li.   \
Notice of Meeting
Business locals
,
ii i vii.';  nicturea,   illustrated   - i .
orchi.-.r.. m ■ ic.   Programmi later.
NEW Hooks
The Unricftii.ible Covcrnesa
ii.   M.irion Criiwfortl
The   Fortune   Hunter By   Vance
A   Modern   Chronicle
By Winston  Churchill
Kiimery o' thi Orchard
By Monttfomory
The  Buttcrlly  Man By McCutchoon
The Oreen Moust. By Chambers
White  M.ik<- By Davit) Graham
Don Q'B Luvi Story By Pnchnrri
Under the Thatch By Allen Rami!
Bews' Drug Store
enough   to   escape   lbe   pilot
otruck him hurling   Iiim   "•""
and injuring him M.mewhnt.
1 lunlli
i   id i'   ol J.   I!-   H
i he ' .   I*.   I-     an II
,    i..   .     ..,,.     Mi
\.,.      ,        .. ii   '   lil ' ■■
nnd  lo Ior  II. Cl. I'n
ou,  l.id    I.n '   I' i" i   "
i, n   |oi   i .iiii." i. -       in
\|.i [1  to occupy I
Mi.   I'm  nti     Ilo wan,  hn        '
m_,     ii,.n,     . mm uniplion     - "i ii  ii "I
rem li"il .'in  ini ui bIjIi ""I      i"
lum  boo pital  Ioi
w,-ck    pn i.    I he  late   Ur,   11   '•       hud
,, i.n i ol in.nd    who mil I'.iiii "i lii
mitinii Ij  ik'iniM.' with rojji-ul,   I I u
\t
Mr
.
'
'
'
' . the
They   rei      '
lead urged  thai   Mr   F
ii" given leave tn  n
for a   Uni"     11"    ■
charge ol i he Ohe   ii ;n gatlon
ii , V ii oou '   Inland for n fi w month*
and in i he meaul line hi    phiee will he
(lllod bere by Hi t   II.  r, 'I i,
.Suluion Aim.   The many Iriend*  ol
I. 0. F. DANCE
Price: 5l.OOa(ouple
I, ctra i .'"i . 50 I i
Visiting Foresters Wuliiunm
M in"  Labi die v I; i  will uppenr nt I h
V M r A. mi  I   il ",. In e li :i
Baseball Schec i
'I'ii,- r.ll,mir" Ii iho I ii ■    "I    . lie
u " I'm'  ih"   V.M O.A.   I"':;in' I'm lh
-ii-.i ' in
Tu    d ij     "    ,     : -  ivoi        li li mn 'I ■
11'|      I "      IU        11,','IM   I       '     t.'lllll   I
I'm-   Iiy   "   II    llus. Men v lir im
l-'iid.i)      "I,    Colli j    v Inl
'I'n,..' i}    "    '\    Ki-aii i- -  liu
ii'.
I ■•    '      I,   .   ■      -.   ., i   i ini'di
l-'iidny July    1    lieiiv. i    . '    rli
'I'ii,. ;d ij  "     ..    llu.-., Men v I ii t.i-t i
l-'i i.i.i \     "     '    t'lii-h-j    v I in ei iiii-d
'I'ln miii)   "    I'J    Hem "i s v Uu
l-'ii lay      "     In    (nil V Hi       \
Tuenil.i)   "    I'd    I ""-" si   llltl       id
l-'i id.-i)      "    2 ■ " '
I n)   "    '.."     llu ■   'din v   llllll in- il,
Im idii)     ■     :■ |    i j-. v I
1'iiim.   Aiij ■    ■'    I '""' i.v I "     M  n.
I-', Id ij     "    .•   Colli-;     .   i'    .    ..   .
I'll,   ilu)  "     li    Uo.ivers v lul.
A    ; i)i-i'   nm    mu en Inu ■
if the V.M i    '.     So | :■. in | 1 ij
wiib more lli.-in <me leinii. C;i| ui
will ph -i i i-i- I "ii Ihi i.ii'i"
(iiui "   w ill   '    i   Iled  pi-uiiipl i) ni i'i
uu   -i'ii" III mil   1    iiinin;;
v\ ill I'"  , III) ed.
IN'l'l
Wed, .1"   "I     i'l   ''I.' S in nl i- .1  11 ('.
••     S     I'nl'li" V   li'
 .,    :
  ;'..' lii'.Silio.'l I
" " '..';' I'ui'lie \ ili
"     .In y II II;;:" S hoi    i J,     l .
'    I'l ... ho  I      .1   ,',.1'.
" J'l I'llll i" v II ;li S. I, ,ol.
•■ a;   iii ,n sciiiii'i v J.u.u
••   An-.  ::    Pul lie '   hi  il v .1 I'.f.
" " lu    I'ublie \  lllgli .Sehool.
" 17    lliuli 8 i -i'l i J.1XO.
.IIMiill si HICUL'i i:
We 1. June I    t ..mii   v IJ O il.C.
WATEll NOTICE
Xotieo is 1 'ii    li ii    .   . ,,|i|ii,
uiiiiii  «ill  he mude und r  I'm t V. o
ne ' U.r.'i   Ai i.  I'JOU," in obtain     i
icense in   the  I.V\ i !  toko  Ui\ ii ion     o
i isl   Kootenay District,
(a.)    i lie n.■"'", addn      and  a
Hon of lho applicant, Jai "li S. V tens,
Sakusp, It. I'., fruit grower and    -
table gardener,
(b.) I In- nuino ul lie lal". ntrenin,
" ".ii. o ' ii unnamed, lho deuei ipLiou
. ; l.u tie stn .mi. unn,mi".I, runniny
.ui ui small lulu- i ol nnl" east of said
And.
(c.) Tho poinl ol diver lion, 20 rods
a,.-i ol in i end "i lol 2, sub-division
'i lol 427-1 Group (I).
I li,.  quanl ity  ol  waler  n[i{>lied
;   cubic  fi el   per -■. ond)  une cubic   fool   pi I   I ltd.
(...I    I h"    elu       ler of tli    m
Taken   w i   .   *c zd    t\ vgh* iri in
udin.
on which  the wa-
. i ■ I,  Lot 2,   Subdi. ■ ion
ip ih  Kooton
I ho  [uirpi   ■■    for whieh   the w u
.   h      .  I.    irri   itin    vi   ■
on,  il" ci ilio      tho
; d   to   be   ii.
1   m   I   o|   I ul   '■'.
IJ7I of I .roup 111
I  on    the
i KUO,  und an  ap-
I     ',,   lho   Cum
III    I      ol   Vpril, A,
■
' .     rn   licen-
■
•I . |iropi
"  iu'l. "V      111 lol.
''"Ill   I I     |,l|    II   I",    \.'|1UIH|>
1!.   C
I   Mm  i,   I""   .   1910.
in. Ifi.
JACOB I   vvruNS,
' al u p, fi. 0.
m kimm NcKinney
TEACHER OF VOICE ANO PIANO
'
SECOND STREET
Near Drill Hall
This  i i  ni   v lien  till
ladies ■ ii ten ti cl iti \m tty
Undenmislins. Our shov
oi mil i ] i I- " -i iade in the
.;',..!■ iai f I "i- li ilovers,
! i :i ' . . Ihcmii i, SI "i". Com-
I nl ■ is, rli'. Thr (inesI of
Cnmbric anil Nainsook, Ihe
proi ii' sl I ..'ire and lhe dainticsl
i.i   i      ri .   made up by
;■.;. il lot] .   . '   '     In'ne lo
lm n oul   i ir   ■ its i i'..1   ; ' .■ n.
i lo .-ill women.    At presenl w e are t| ioi inp; some special
pi in s mi ihese .".Hn, i,
' i" "^ fW
A well : owned  woman
ni'. j pay pai Licular attention in lhe Hi of lii'i'
( i | To-day, more
. the pr ivaili i
. E :i;i ss ri [itire
i ... • Our styles
arc ■    - i mi.'..'iml
ll," tl work
man '      lletl by
i      i. 'J hip \vitli
.; i ip i re i   ■
pop     " ■!  le.    We
ha . ' them I'n in
TO  $4.00
We 'ii         a       Lion to our i I
111 , . .    I           .   for   sloul ,   i
The; n                        and will
! ind verj con foi Lable. 1           . .GO
Watch ior Our After Suppoi S.ale on Saturday.   It Will Pay You.
WHEN YOU WANT.
nml \ uu s'u old in"'   iipm li   '   ■■>'   -'ill
Iiui ; , ■'    .    i lm ii'| i' pin is I.nl
111" ll-Sllil  "I  llll' i c.     1 liu    I'll     i  ..."    -      ill i   llllll    lllll
run a  | ni y   I nml   11 •■>■  c in   Imy.
'I.\  it ii ml y   ';   i'ii  I i   ;i   icgilliil'  i-iuIoiiiui-.    Uur
I.,..-  i ii.s in i- nl "in kei 1 iiif; nil li uur bn ml.
P. O. Box 2CC
v        >
i ER & IAK£R
ELI, 1
Phone wo 23
* * * •?. ■
FEES
'•,! Vli toria I ;
c, j Ion Tea   the b a thai is strong,
delicious,   rich and  (lavory   use no
•    other.
Koasted Coffi e  in bi a      round.
Only 30c. per lb.
miitl   : i. ;■ .■ i. ,i.
MclNTYuiii   &. Son
E. F. TUCKER, PHOTOGRAPHER
t 'p-to date Styles in PI ounts,    Hand
Cameras which use everj kind o1 film made. A
full line ni tho 1.. si films thai an i di p i -to all
kinds of I       ci mcrai  ai Papei and
Pn     i lards in Gn ilighl and for I laylkrhl use.
Ever; thin   nei ded fur iln Amateur,   'i ou wanl
tosee  the Ensign, the best film camera of the
day.- Guaranteed.
McKenzie Ave.. Ground Floor
Revelstoke. B. C.
>i j   ■■
•— " -y
All  Kinds Furnished during
the Summer Se£ison
Cowio'e Rostauran
Ol'EN   TILL   .MIIiMiillT
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