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Array 1
The Mail-Herald
Vol 16-No. 37
REVELSTOKE. B. C. MAY 14. 1910
$2.50 Per Year
Summer Goods
LAWN MOWERS All the Best Makes,
from $4.50 to $10. They run like a
bicycle, cut like a razor. Grass
Catchers to fit.
REFRIGERATORS-Whiteenamelled inside—$30 to $65. Cheaper Lines
from $12 Up.
ICE CREAM FREEZERS Let us explain
the latest one out "The Wonder"
just a little better than anything yet
made.
m coom
Garden Hose
We have the best ever sent to the
West. Ask to see our " Red Record" and
the "Green Peerless," every foot guaranteed. All the latest goods in Lawn
Shears, Garden Sprays, Pruning Shears.
Lawn Sprinklers.
Lawrence Hardware Co., Ltd.
Plumbing and Tinsmithing
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Otfico   Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Authorized
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
$10,000,000.00
5,000,000.00
5,000,000.00
Branches pr Agents at all principal points inJCanada.
Agents in Great Britain and United States—London, England,
Lloyds Bank, Limited. Chicago—First National Bank, Corn Exchange National Bank. Seattle-Seattle National Bank, San Francisco-Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank. Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of $1 and upward, received, and interest allowed at
current rate from date of deposit.    Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch   A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
Watch Revelstoke Grow
Fruit and Vegetables
When Everyone Uses
P. Burns & Co.'s Fertilizer
Try a Sack of It For Your Lawn
Speeial    in. (int;  T cln>   night     in
dottl wish contract For power dam.
I'nweiit: .III- Mayor, Ml-. Hews,
McCarty, Vbruhaiiison, MeKinnon ami
<'"« an.
SI'.W KUS
'111" Mayor Haul there wn* une faulty level in 'li" sewer system, .-nnl ii
«ii- buinu i . 'tided, li \mi- due lo i lie
. s.-uiii' old system, iryinu I" run water
u|i lil. ni, i « ise llir newer .' Klein
Wiih im lirst.cIiish Kluipe. ('unrrelc caps
were roqu'retl in ihe n iiliules, al,.,,
a I'm i'i •! Ilii-h tank. 1li, extru i list
hi,uiil he aboul  X.1H.
Aid.   Mel   mi',   on 1   Uiriihitiii n-
iliirsi'il   lhe   Mayor's   ret- niendiitions.
I'OWKii ham
The I'ouni'il ilifii wenl iulo I'onsider-
alion nf the power dam ronlroel ami
Mr.   N'ewmnn's eluim   iliereon.
j Messrs. HnlTiier nu I Foreman, en -
f.'ii i-h, al-,,  attended.
I In reply i" Mr. <'.>\\an Mr. Foreman
Baid Mr. Newman lini completed his
payroll   t<>   April   15th.
I    Aid.   Abruhumson   nsked  ubout    nny
. trude ueeourits.
Mr.   I'm an:    Ke   tol I   me 'all   bills
were paid up  to OD days.
| Al I. Alir.ih.iin-,,n. It i- always cus-
lomnry when estimates come in to
submit all payrolls and show all
claims for lubor and material are
paid, ^
I    Mr.   Ilati'ii.r submitted  the following
i:\OIXEEHS RKI'OIM'
report   on   th..  work.
We beg to report a- follow- ,,n iln.
work ;il  tin-  power .lam:
Since our la-i report the ion 'feting
mi both ilie north ami south sides
was carried up to an elevation above
ilie penstock openings, ami the lurge
sluiceway was rinsed about three-
ujuureers of it- height. Au attempt
wa- mude to buil I lhe gate house
and complete some oi tlir pier- ou tlie
dam, bui tlir sudden rise of tin. water
on th.. 24th ami 25th uh. rendered
tlii- impossible. Pome concrete
around thr blow-off minions was
washed out. ami it was thought im -
possible io concrete further, whon a
rise in the water would wash it out.
This has since been borne out by the
water rising ou the 5th and overflowing the top. The steel in the upstream pier of the gute-house was
bent by drift-wood at the time of the
flood, and shortage of labor and carpenters made it impossible to go on
with thr structure in time to complete before    thr    water     rose again.
Temporary  racks  for  drift-w 1  were
put in front of thr penstocks until
the high water would lie over, and
thr  gate-house  could  be completed.
Thr penstock gates air iu phi',., and
thr .lain Was ready for ronn.-efing
wiih thr old flume on May 5th. Thr
concreting up of thr dam between
tke wini: wall and thr north bank to
top will be completed this week and
the hoists for operating tho mites put
| in place. A head of iin feet can now
be ohtain'',l at thr power house which
will guarantee about SOO horse power
without overload, when thr machinery
on order is installed, Thr' completion
of thr dam. which i- now three feet be
low ihe level of thr proposed crest .
will Increase tlii- about   1". pn- rent.
Those portion- of the dutn then    to
bo completed  after  high water are :—
Thr     filling  ol th.- large sliyce way
used  for    carrying  the  stream 'luriiiL'
construction.
Thr  rompleti f  pier*  an i   lop  ol
dam,    -Irrl   for   ihi-   i-   oil   ll.lll I.
Widening of thr mill-win 5ft. on thr
outh nide.
('omplel ion of g ite-house w i1 h rack
■ li o m •■■■      I iii- i- very impoi I
li w ill be note I in thin onm 'in
that we rei ommcnd i om reting up the
north « ill .•:' the gate-house to strengthen  ■ ■ ibutment.
Tl mpletion ol the |>ni ippf walls
io    protd i      the    flume   u I |>ei
'     Hi-.
I'l n ins  of i ai k I'-u - ii. I'on   of thr
blow -nl'     .;.. -    -
Some ■ oni rete  ai ond  blow-ofl  opening in i„. renewed,
V... would  po ler to  sec Mj    New moil
i ' n   ■ omplete (he work, and leave
the big -Iui.■•■.way ii. -H.li ihapo   now
i-  may I'" opened anl thr water
lowered next  fall, while thr gatehouse
i- li.'in.   I,uili   and     thr rack Inn-    in
Iroi      ■   ih,- blow-off replm e I
We ' r ■ v i ll ten you in connei tion
with ih" pipe line.   Machinery    should
i i'" here   ihoiit   tl nd of June,   .but
may    be    delaye I  a month.     In    i he
■ ■ mr the nli! m ichinerj  uiil i irry
'th" load.
!    We  i.r i      dread I    In   j our
ihands    ih.-     estimate on work  up    lo
M  -.   I m   iiii hope in havo a i omplete
estimate on the work ii i- po sible ti
I
I finish  in  the course of a  few  days.
Faithfully  yours.
Smith,  Kerry &  Chase
Pel   II. .1,  ll.ill'nrr.
All. Abruhumson: Newman i- behind in his work now. Whul is our
stall linu  w i.t h  him  now'.'
Mi. Manner: Wu ran usk him to
complete hi- couli-act ul an> time .
ami if he fails you huve his bontl and
lho In per ceul ll ild bai I. to protect
Ilie i ity.   There  i-    n.",.iiiiii    ,,f     work
lo    1)0     |m|,,.    ,,,,  I    Ihr   r   IJ     WOlllll    ||Ol    |."
li-ealii u   him  fnirlj   if  ll   heltl I a I.  lib
deposit   of s|n,nun, ai d   'I, • .--.	
ine- ihe  15 per real  held bin k, m ikii
aim ,, sls.tinii I,, all.   h   „ ,„„.,| |,a|.,|.
ly fair  tn   Newman   lu keep back SI*,-
"Ill  uu line pleted bnliin c of oulj
.-'."i.m il
Aid. Abrahamson said lhe city was
Insiiii! money every daj the dam was
uncompleted.
Mr. Ilali'imr: You mull have connected up on the ."lh. It « III bo connected up tomurrow,
Thr Mayor thought they were all
unanimous that they should retain
the contractor's    bond   till   the    work :
Was   . olnplrlrd.
All     MeKinnon :   This hold bark is
for  ih" r pletion  of  a  830,000    job. '
imt •-". '. and I do not  think it any
loo much.
Aid.Cowan proposed, thnt the council pay Ne-'man & Co, 811,027.60, but
in passing this estimate reserves its
right in damages for non-completion
of the contract and to collect the dili'
erence between the cost of running the
plum by the gas producer and water-
power, caused by breuch of clause 52
nf contract.
Aid, MeKinnon would second this
motion provided Mr. Newman satisli.
nl them he had paid all claims for
labor and  materials.
Aid. Cowan nuggested getting Messrs
Newman & Co. to ptit in the retaining wall required.
Mr. Haffner said ii thoy visited the
work thej- would appreciate it. It was
mow in good shape, and ready for ati
opening ceremony if they wished to
have one.
Aid. MeKinnon was willing to withdraw hi- proviso i-,. accounts provided thej were satisfied all labor uud
unu-iini accounts woro paid.
Vld. Hows wished it made clear that
lhe eity wus protected against labor
and  material   liens.
Aid. Cowan hud no objection lo Aid.
McKinnon's suggested addition to his
motion, and it was embodied iu the
motion. He said lie had full confidence in Mr. Newman.
Aid. Abrahuiiison snid Mr. Newman
should show what accounts he had
liquidated and what wore outstanding
before the monev was paid over. They
had only paid him 823,000 and got
810,000 of it bark by way of deposit,
so lhat he hud reallj had very little
money as j-et on account of his contract.
Aid. (owan: We have this deposit
of 810,000 and are holding up the
drawback of nearly 80,000, so that the
<ity  is  amply  secured.
Aid. MeKinnon said the least they
could do was to require Newman to
lurry oul his contract. They took
his marked cheque for 810,000 when
hr could have given them a bond at a
rost of 8200. lie wanted to hear
something from Aid, McCarty.
\l'l. M.i any: 1 have not been paying much attention to it.
Aid. Dews: We still have seeurity to
lho a mu  of nearly 820,000.
The million was  then rarriod    subject to the satisfaction of the Finance
Committee.
I'l i MI'.IM; ,\  SEWEH CONNECTION
Tho by-law  lo regulate pi bmg nml
■'"i   nr. lion-  then pnssod it    fin il
i   i ling,
MOOTING
\. •!.  Mi li II a iking .ni   iii hi ion il
tin   lighl  in front of Hotel  Hovel loki
Ucferred to  I'   IV, &   I.. Committee
\  NUISANCE
\n    unsigned     communication    wus
in  ' ompl dniny  ol nulsanci
nl by manure pile on Ninth -lint.
I    u.i    -tiiteil  ihi-  wus outside  the
it; linili and was n mnl tei foi the
provincial   health  ollicer.
THEY MAKE fl HU
Baseball
Lacrosse and Lawn Teni is
Goods in all the 1 est makes.
Lally
Spalding
Slozenger, etc.
Rubber Hose and Lawn
Mowers, Garden Sets, Car-
den Seeds, Flower Seeds.
In Hardware, Paints,
Stoves, Harness or any of
the numerous lines we carry,
our slock and prices will be
found up-to-date.
BOURNE BROS.
Crooerles   Hardware    Paints
Harness
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  broncho*
of thta Bank ore able to Issue Drafts on tbe principal points
ln the following countries:
Austria-Hungary    Finland
Belgium
Brazil
Bulgaria
Ceylon
China
Crete
Denmark
Egypt IceUni
Faroe Islan-'iS India
NO   DELA"   IM   I8SUIN0.
Ireland Russia
Formosa Ilaly Servia
France Japan Siam
Fr'ch Cochin-China   Java South Africa
Germany Manchuria Straits Settleawnti
Great Britain Mexico Sweden
Greece Norway Switzerland
Holland Persia Turkey
Phillipine Islands West Indies lyi
Roumania and clsewhera
*ULL   PARTICULARS ON    APPLICATION
REV.-LSTOKE   BRANCH-A.    H.     ALLEN.    tVGR.
fc
Summer Suits
"N
We have a wide range of 1910 patterns, men's and
youths'; Light Grey, Brown, Green and dark mixtures. Every suit cut from imported cloth; style
strictly up-to-date, with fancy or plain cutTs.
This is a good snappy line that sells regularly at
$20.00 OUR   PRICE--515.00
McRae Mercantile Co., Limited
i THE   SHOP   OF    GOOD   CLOTHING ,\
P
Musical EcKhardts
In offering the  Musical   Eckhardls,
Swiss Bell Ringers nnri   Entertainers,!
who appear here ni Edison Theatre on
May 24th we do so with gr">atest con-1
liilcnce of   giving   ill"   I'Mtertninment I
loving public, ore of the moat unique
musical treats nl ibe Benson,   These
remarkable entertainers nre In n cIhs'
by themselves,   being ol mie family. J
They have developed wonderful musical genius  until   they   bave reached |
that point where they have  no equal,
Opera House
Monday, May 16th, 1910
"GRACE   CAMERON"
In the triumphant
Comedy
"NANCY''
Same as presented in all
Metropolitan Cities
Prices: $1.00, - 75c, - 50c.
b.
Seats on Sale at
MACDONALD'S  DRUG   STORE
JH Page
TIIE 3.1 AIL-HERALD, REVELSTOLE, B- G
SATl'lillAV.  MAY  11, T.Utl.
ll
look:       LOOK       AND       READ!
Act mil comparison of Eastern Catalogue price?, freight added, with
HOWSON'S     PRICES
Kitchen Chairs 50c.
Kiichei Cabinet $6.75
Dining Table 10.55
Dining "hairs 88c.
Dresser and Stand 8.95
  1.25
Bed 355
Bed 5.3!>
Dominion Spring 2.40
Child's Cot 5.10
Ostermore Mattress 15.00
Winnipeg price   Weight   Freight   Total    Howson's Price delivered
" "       70c.
"   $9.60
"     14.40
1.20
"     13.00
•■     14.00
•     5.20
•'      7.20
■    4.00
- 7.20
- 16.50
101b.
23c.
73c.
1501b.
$353
$10.72
1651b.
3 87
14.42
121b.
28c.
1.16
1501b.
352
12.47
1601b.
3.76
15.01
601b.
1.41
4.96
68!b.
1.59
6.94
601b.
1.41
381
751b.
1.76
6.86
Wi- make our prnfii by shipping in cur loud lots, thereby saving freight rules. Bring
rit'iil .gue giving description nf other goods not specified in this list to uur stor>' nnd we
will i.r<>ve our   tatwrnents.    Remember we deliver goods and sel up free from breakage.
11< »VS< )N   &   < i).     -     R EVELSTC )KE, 1 5. C.
IOT
Idid loyal service nnd  Iho hardesl dgh- pit  ol St.  .lohns church wns occupied
tina in tho Boer war. "" Sunday last by visiting    ministers
"li  seema  thai  in  all     annuals    of attending tho  Mttho.lis: district  mod
I'-inn   there has b I  no such  fiuur- ing.   I"      th orning   Rev,   T.     II.
The    Sew    V.ni  press,  says:      "Old   ,,'   ,„ul   protect-)'i   nation   as   ?nnn.ia, Wright   gave n  praeticid  and      helpful
ruilroiulei-H    can  liardly    believe    thai   mnl  Irom   the  world's  nnd   the    con- sornion   front   tho  text,   "Surely    Clod
lhe in u     firiind Trunk  I'acilio    is   so    linonl's conatruoiion there can perhaps ■* i"  tins    place and  I  knew it  "
near completion.   This  rond  slarls  at   never be such  another.    America    and Yrom  this     passage  h -aw  ilhiKtra-
llulifux, .ni   the  Atlantic seaboard,  to   Rrilaiii  havo fiu-nishe-.l  Canadians with lions ol how    events  in  the  lives    of
end nt   I'rineo  liuperl, on   the    Pacific,   some  tremendous commercial   imagine- '   hnvo  had  a  determining inlluei'co
Canadian  experts  say   the    road    has   lions,    nnd  lhe work is  looming      up ""  ''"-ir whole after life as  this event
I n  luicl    i,-ii   .,,  ihai   ii   i- lo he    a   like n  big sunrise,   li   now  becomes u '" ll"' lif'' "' ''ncob had on lii- life.
first-class  line, mnl ns perfect as n rail   valuable      nnd   instructive     thiug     lo       I"  Ihe afternoon   Mr.  Wright    spoke
rond enn be mini:', from lhe vci-j start   keep a  studious eye on  Canada,   Vol- al  the Sunday school on the lompcr-
'The hingest  thing  in- lo be thai   laiiv Raid Canada was useless, dreary a"1'1' question, illustrating his icmarkn
the greatest   grade  i-  only  foiu-tenths   ami  wuste covei-ed,  with  a shroud    of by  uni!-.
of one per cent., nnlj  a rise ..i twenty-   ice and -now. or words  t,, thai  effect.       Kev. '■■   "•   Haley, of I'orl  Simpaon,
one feet  lo the mile, from Atlantic to    Ho didn't  know." ||-"  gave a  short   address on mission
Pacific.   The  nml    passes  lho  foot  of i   work among     the Indian  tribes    near
Mount   Hob   Iho     loftiest  peak    in I'riuce Rupert, among whom'he labors
Cam ida,   winding   ils   iva>   along    the | fig   [318   KillQ "*    '<    mtaaionerj      ol  the    Mcthodiat
dark ennvons, In deep gorges, and al- 3 church.
ong the shores of greal  lak.- and big      rl"' I'""1'1'''   funeral ol the King will      |„ ,| coning,  Kev. 0. M. SanforU,
i'ii   im v.i   never exc I- a gradienl  ")'   ,l,kt' l,l:"'''  '"      l-ondon  on   May 20th, ,,,f  Kamloops.   had  an   attentive  audi-
four-tenths    of    one per cent,  a    mile   *°',en  public memorial  services will  hejenee whilsi  he spoke on  Paul's docln-
f,,,M1 ,,n(| ,,,,.,, |. held in Vancouver,  Revelstoke,    Kam- ration."I tim    not     ashamed ol     the
l: KI-* VI' M:\l\s '""|K ■'""' '"'"''' nt"" "' lh" l"'"vin'''- Hospol ,,f Jesus Christ."     lie divided
At   the special  meeting of the    city she   nominally    Christain communities
1 xl""^  liguro it      that   lhe    new   |m|n(..,     on    Tlll.M|av    „;L,|„,    V.1V,„. ;   l|u,    f„ln.    claR8eg    Thoge .
fre'mht   locomotive can  pull   something   ,,„„,,„„„    ,,,„„„ ,.,,    |„.  „„„,,,  lako „,,,,     „,    christianilyi  those    too
l,k" "  ,"""1""1    ll'ot.sand    bushels    ol   M(i|w  ,„ an.;inL„. ,,„.  p   |)ubUc  „„,„,„.. b|)s),  ,„ give .,  mdom though,. tWo
wheat  from  the grand  prairie sectipn.   ia| ^^ jn thi„ ,.ity. nttiu-hed  to Christianity but  ashamed
''"'  half-way | it,  rn  I'n  Kuport, y|.   , ,,,   (.,TY UIUKCHKS. lo acknowledge it; and those who are
whence      lho      wheat   can   go  by   -I,,,,       ,,|a_   ;uv   |K,m,,   ,m„   ,„.,.,   ,,„   ,„,.,. ^  |>;m|    ^      ,.no|   |l>|m|m„|  ()f    (h(,
through tho Panama canal U> ICurope,    |,,.vcUlofc „ „f ,,.. , ,.lM[| •„, „„„„.. i;,,.,,,., ••    |„  HUppor,   ,„• ,.,„,  |„U(,r.  h„
so the nen  road w.th all  Us improve-   m|r,     f,„.   „„. ,,„all   Kmg      ,„    evory |mwcnted   ,,„. fjoapd  ag „„„ ()f
,,,",,,••     wi"  h"  ;'1'1"  '"   lmmlle 80,ne-   .hiii.l,  in  .1 ity  Iho  preaches  mad,' pathy, of love and ol power.
"""■-   llk"  """"  um-   ,h"    ""i-1"   •"'   i hing references to the terrible loss 	
Freight   haaled  to  lhe train on lhe av-   ,„„,„;„„,  ln   ,,„,  „,■,;,,,   Sntion>    ,ulll
eraue   transcoiitinontal   railway, i.j  tl.;|,Mll.v ,,, lne |n{e  \s\]ty |.       An item  of   interest   of   all   horse
"Canada      ">-  lobe    goinij    into         diiilonnu-v  and  love  lor    neacc. rating una locslly   is   the decision of
railroads     t,,  the limit   while -I
pul   her  hands  deep  di iv, n  into
li-h    i"-all-.
iin   I III: i.l.'nl Mt IT tuu;
H. B. STONEX
Practical..
Machinist
Repairs of all   kiiuls neatly  carried   on
bicycle nml timi work aspeuialty
l'.stitnaies given on miy class
of work.
Front     Street
UNION HOTEL
ARHO * UKAD, B. C.
Special Attention given to commercial
men ami toiiilntH. First -class (.ample
rnnniH. Kin ent sri'iii-rv in Hrninli Columbia, overlooking Upper Arrow Lake.
W. J. Lightburne, Prop.
CEMENT BLOCKS
Mminfuclurad fnr All fui'-... uf   building*
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE CLAY AND FIRE  BRICKS
fertile iu lartrn or nraall qua'»titi»ij
■J at ili* lowabl iivi.-p;- for caabi
Kl\ t in.tK.wt baildiue Hud;ntaiitering
uiidertnliai).
Foote & Pradolini,
REVELSTOKE   ^
E.   G.    BURRIDGE
Tinsmithing;, Repairs,   Hot  Air
Pipe and  Furnace Work
I'.ii.l  tributes tn Ihe lafe  Kinif'n
ne--. tliploinni y and  love  lor    |ie i i
Inipli,,-,- was  laid on  ih,' fad    that    the   Ameiican Troltii g    A.8oci*tion
f   Kiiie  l-Mwnrd wa« the areatest  master   atHilieliinc bohlili a.
of ili|il.'in.e \   i.f  lho day,   anil   lii
eb ih/.-I
.votild lie keenli   fell  h\   even
' \\ hat     ii     -"M   llunu  ' "an ,dn  lias     ntry.
The)   [millI  in even   way,   ind - ive nil ST.   IT I MRS
km 1- of inoiioi   In   both   the      M   ■ wei-e   helil   i 'ni-
Doctrine   an.l   Iii.l
i ak.'    ndi ani.iM      ie      i ^   and   in',r p He'
< ana'!a  i-  .'ii   lhe ■        if Arrov tving    re-
l'ie lo      Snni   an I   .lohn ,:"'    Briti-h
rent,  and     bear  the I
and all sorts of     ihini       ' ■    :• k.' _■    I .1 ■
with    so    little     hand
plent>   i      ind ' i
mr I A
.■>     ..'it   of    hand     foi
li i    ImmicltW; t'liuad PTIST I Bl I
i   u : i ,  i- workil _ u. . -
Mexieo and  Soutl    Vnu \ .. ■
Monro,   I*
l
and  opening   bank
An,-' '!
and -'■'■ -i al othi
were n  wek  or si
uni', skit wu '; m ■
Copporation of the Cily of Revelstoke
\;.p'i alions      fur     the  position    ol
' roiindkM>p*r     will  tx-  received  nt   tho
Ball noon May Uth,   BIO
can  be received
BBTJC r: a. iw
i i.'i-k
—WORK   SHOP—
ConnaueM Ave.   -   Revelstoke
FOR SALE!
Splendid residences.
Suitable Building Ivots
Those interested will do well to call
and see us before deciding to buy.
You can obtain fair rates for Fire Insurance in reliable companies with Dominion Charters.
Call and j^et figures.
Money to Loan on Residential Property.
W. B. ROBERTSON
Cor. Secon 1 St. ami Mackenzie Ayenue
Palace Restaurant
McKenzie   Avenue
Fruit, Candies, Cigarf/Tobacco.
MealB 35 cents.
A. H. Sing, Proprietor
tarr
Vegetable and Flower
SEEDS
Ornamental and Flowering
SHR-UBS
Best varieties of
FRUIT   TREES
Send for Catalogue
RQVRL NURSERIES ft FLO Ml CO., ITD.
786 Granville St   P.O. Box 1063
Vancouver, it. v.
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IMPRESS   UPON   YOUR   MIND
THESE TWO SPECIAL FACTS
Robin  I
two I ■
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R
tt/hlti r
Saskatchewan Flour  '    '. Co.
•...I
■■ |AW, SASK. i
SIGNS
JRi laonable Prloea
Painting and 2
Paper Hanging g
i .   lion   I .imi.nil.'. 'I
R. /.. CRAWFORD
I .,r   I Innl St.  .'uni llnliHiii Avenue
r ^
Union Hotel
RESTAURANT
I    ,,'I.T    N'l
•I'll,'111,
WHITE HELP ONLY
Stewart Macdonald
Proprietor
See Its "Artistic Arch"
The
(Foot-rite)
Of all the 20 improvements of lhe clever-looking
Napoleon Shoe the feature which best pleases the
eye of the buyer is the Artistic Arch. Special lasts
are made (or every pair of Napoleons—foot-sculptured
lasts— and inside there is a stout steel arch which
snugly holds the instep.
Thai free, athletic stride which marks
the man of action is not possible when the
arch support of the shoe fails in its function.
Showing the Napoleon Shoe is a
pleasure—whether you come to see or
to buy.
Sold everywhere in Canada, the
United States and Great Britain at the
same price—$5, $5.50 and $6.
Scotch  Whisky
A Genuine Highland Whisky.
There are hundreds of brands of so-called
"Scotch Whisky."
Many of these are not genuine.
For your health s sake, confine your choice
to standard brands ; use a whisky of recognized
merit.
Watson s Whisky is one of these; distilled
in the Highlands of Scotland—the district
acknowledged to be the hest in the world (or
whisky distilling.
We age our Whisky in Sherry wood, and,
after careful blending, it is bottled in our warehouse and sealed with an adhesive capsule
bearing our name.
Every such bottle carries with it our unqualified guarantee of purity and quality.
Insist     on
Watson's
"THKEC STAB"    A m,U. il,„,.u|jMy m.„„.l Scolck.
"NO. 10" - A lulUoJi.J. richly ll.vorcJ Scouk.
JAMES WATSON & CO., Limited  -   Dundee.
Come to See
Don't hesitate to visit the Fit-Reform
Wardrobe whenever you want to know
what is new and correct in Suits and
Raincoats.
We are constantly receiving new slyles
and patterns, and cordially welcome
your inspection of these superb creations.
Our present showing of highgrade
hand-tailored    garments    deserves    a
^
FIT
REFORM^ r
visit from every man
who    appreciates
,£^ distinction, exclu-
iveness and   elegance. „
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Revehokc,  B. C. S.VI'l KDAY, MAY 11, 1(110.
TtlE mail-herald revelstoke, b. c.
Page 8
WATER NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that an application will bo inado under l'art V. ol
the "Water Ai't, 1909," to ohtain a
license in the Revelstoke Division ol
West Kootenay District.
(a.) The name, address and occupation of the applicant, Jacob S. Wiens,
Nakusp, li. 0., fruit grower and vegetable gardener.
(b.| The name of the lake, stream,
or source (if unnamed, the description
is) Little stream, unnamed, running
out oi small lake J of mile east of said
and.
(c.) The point of diversion, 20 rods
west  of east  I'liil of l"t  '-.  sub-division
of lot 4274 Group (1).
(d.) The quantity of water applied
lor (in cubic feet per second) one cubic toot per second.
(e,) The character of the proposed
works: Taken wita lead trvegh* irom
tream  to garden.
(f.) 'i'he premises on which the water is to he used, Lot 0, Subdivision
ot Lot 4'-74 Group (I) Kootenay,
(cr.) The purposes for which the wa
ter is to be used,—irrigating vegetable
garden.
(h.) II lor irrigation, describe tho
land intended to be irrigated, giving
acreage.—1 acre on west end of Lot 2
•ub-division of lot 4274 of Group (1)
(k) This notice was posted on the
14th day of March, 1940, nnd an application wilt be made to the Commissioner on the 1-tth day of April. A.
D.,  1910.
(1) Give the names and addresses
ol any riparian proprietors or licensees who or whose lands are likely to
be affected by thn proposed works,
either above or below the outlet,—
Buisnall Tiros.. Robert i.a Hue, Nakusp
B. C, below outlet.
Dated March 16th., 1910.
(Signed) m.16.
t JACOB I.. WIENS,
Nakusp, R. C.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the Goods of Thomas Beecber
Methetall, deeensed.
Notice is hereby given that nil ppr-
suiis bating olaima against the Ihie
Thimss Beecber Metherall, of Ping
■ton Creek, deceased, who died on or
about the 4th day of September, 11)09
are required to send by post prepaid
or delivered to the undersigned, solicitors lor the Administrator, their
names, sddre»ses snd tbe full particulars ol their claims in writing, and tbe
nature   ot   securities,   if any, held by
Ihem.
And take notice that after June 1st.
1910 the Administrator will proceed
to distribute the assets ol tbe deceased
amongst tbe persons entitled thereto,
having regard only to the claims ol
which he shall then have notice.
Dated at Revelstoke, B. t... tbis 18th
April, A. D.. 1910.
GILLAN A ELLIOTT,
Revelstoke B. C.
4ws Solicitors for Administrator
ALBERT CANYfl.N
ity re
And Its Keeping Qualities
SOME people find it necessary to buy a considerable quantity
of flour at one time—-sufficient to last for a Ion.;- period.
Naturally they are anxious to procure a Hour of th« kiuu best
adapted to lengthy storage.
There are two important reasons why PURITY FLOL'R
possesses these qualities. One is that it is made entirely from
Manitoba Hard Wheat. The other lies in the fact that tha careful
milling necessary to produce "Purity absolutely excludes all
low-grade particles of the wheat berry. It's tho high gr..^'.e
Manitoba Hard Wheat Flour that keeps—stands longest storage.
That's "Purity."
"Purity ' flour may cost a little more,
but is more  than worth the  difference.
Try it.    Watch results both for ipiali-.y
Grace Cameron
tfAMllflli
ll   i-.  seldom   Unit   the    managemei I
Hens are very plentiful just now up ()j the q     a    ||0UHe pjBca    ii,,.;,. |l(,,..|                IMI'KKIAl. BANK
the Wuverley mine road at Albert Can-     ,,„.,,„,„,,      (     ,„,„,,,    „ , „„ .„. !    Sir.  (Irubb, a inlant   ol    the    [rayon,  somo  line  specimens  having bee,, .  ,   „    u        Vmn\m,ok,   and   form-
«*UI      b,   sever ting  nar.ies   iruel, ,d >„ 1 he past  , the pel-   1^     ,  ^ ^    ^  ^    ^^
«""l»ng I"  »'" vM^y- »"<mi  K'mrai, f  the  local   manage-   l()' 1(l,velsl()k,    ,.   ..,.„,„„..„„.  mnved.
I    Extonsi
improvement."     will    lv
-uniii  giiaraiite
inenl   hus     bee
■ii the per-
uf  ihe  local   manage-
placed prior    to    iiuii     approaching    The-
,     ,,        .    . ■_!_ „.K   Mr.     Iluylock,     who has  gone*to
ilie  llut   Spring    bailis    tins appearance ul  an     approaching     Ilie-                                            .
'          ,            ,     , .    ,                           •        •    i Chase as    mnimgei'     ol  thai     bran.-h.
.siiniiner in ihe loiui of u  larger   baih alrieiil e\eni, ilie merits nl  ilie atlrac- .   .
, ,       .   -.ii •     i •>"'. I .i iiiiii i- al   present on u \ ti
house mnl    dressing     rooms.   A  • sun turn  itseli  have  invariably      sustained        .  ,r      , „
.,,.,,                             ,. ,                                                  i    . ulid   Air.   >ell:iinl   i<   acting   accountant
oath  will  In- a  leaiure ihis vear. the inaliagements  reemnnieiiiluuiiii.            .,, ,,            .,
,,                           ii,           ,   , „■    ,                              ■ till  Mr. i.mini arrives here lo entei  oi
(. (arlson has cleared and iiloii'died Wc  have  never herotofoi-u  mude spec- ,.             ,    .
,   ,         ,       T     . •  i                     .                       i ■         i     .• lu-  new duties.
up a new   largo area ot  lirst-cluss land lal  uieiiiion  nl  an upprotu'lling  llu'ilk-                       .    ,      ,          .   ,
,, .         .            ,  .    ,               ,. ,                . ,                                                  I he    Iiii ill      branch  ol   lhe   Imperial
this spring, and  is husv  seeding iluwu cal event   wnh  greater  assurance    ami ,,                         .        ,.,.,-,,.
,.,,,,              .   ,     ;.              ,, ...                   ....                  . Bank  ha- purchased  i .   I .   I indmark s
(. II. Morris, ni the (iiiivon    House, conhdeiice  ilmn  in  this  instance when                         ,, ,
, ' property   un   McKen/ie   Ave ellpied
is  preparing  tm-  the  summer  i 'ista n  is our     pleasure In announce    lho ,     .,                     ,,,
....                         . .              .                              .... hv  liu\ ].■  an f      Allum,   an I    . ho
ainl  is  lining nut extensive vegetable forthcoming ongagemenl    m ihis    cut              •
.  ,    ., ' i.ii.               •                         ii ll"'   haul.       Ill-ellllses.     I lie   pill         e   I
ami  hint  L'arueiis. ni   the      ihuniv      singing   oome'lie"""   '
and yield. ^^^^^^^
" More Bread
and better Bread"
Western Canada Flour Mills Co.. Limited
Mills at St. Boniface, Goderich, .''■■■-■.
Office. Winnipeg Manitoba.
Kuriiier-     i tiutnl     iln
ptltlJ   n    L|no<i    -IIIMIIU'I
forward  to hoavy eroj
<li-n
Mi
|      Mi     .l...hi, ..i,   is   in
Presh> ieiian   y\lasioi
anlhi- (il'At'O   t'n i'"ii   anl   a
Inokiiur compaiij   in «'-  llerber
 H four  afi   im ly,   "Xn
hiu'go of (ho new t*ur« on  Monday night.
nuporb  ai'ttny
Kcit'h    latest
■ \ "    w hi' h   11' -
\\o   take aveal
mn le  with  n     iei    h
p   landing  from   Itogci
Valley,
h   i- stated
Eggs for Hatching
Eggs  for hatching  from   the  follow -
ing imported pure bred stocn:
S. C.  Rhode Island Red*.—$2.00.
Silver   laced Wyandottes,—S2.00
Barred  Plymouth Hooka,—13.00
S. C. Buff Ughorns,-*2.00
Cornish Indian (lame,—J'2.00
White  Crested  Black  PoUsb,-93.00
Kmden Geese.—$11.Otl.
Imperial  Pekin Ducks.—91.78,
Also  stock from  the above for sale.
MRS. R. A.    IPPF.R.
TALES FROM THE WONDERFUL WEST
A   BOY'S   BEST  FRIEND
Is His Mother,:
Mother's Best Friend
Is
ROYAL CROWN   SOAP:
It Does The Work
Quickly-Easily—Thoroughly :
'Tis The Best In The West!
Made Espeeially
For The Hard Water of This Country:
Equally Good in Soft Water :
And The Premiums Are Fine J
Save The Coupons
And Write for Premium Catalogue :
It is Free for The Asking.
DESIGN PROTECTED BV COPYRIGHT
lii-  district    ox- pleasure  in  adding our  gtianiiil
Pass   to    Three, thai of Mr.  Kerr's thai  both  th i
pan>   mi'l  weenie envit-oincntu   he  <"n
i good  authority thai here vvill  ho o!  tho highest  order.
the  preliminaries  for  the oruction    ol      During  the eating of C.   II.    lien
the proposed lairitnriuni h del   will be highly    diverting    comedy     ''N'aitc;
I |carrie<l oul  this     siimi    The build- which  will  ho at  the Opera   linns.,   i
ing will be mi  up-to-date  tourist  and Monday night,   Grace    Cameron    w
health    resort,    and   will  be  n    great sing high class songs a-  »'il as    so
attraction   to   sports n   mil   limning oral of lhe catchy order.      Miss    Cm
panics  us  a  headquarter    centre    tor eron  "ill   bo     remembered     by    Ior
the many excursions that can be mado theatre  patrons  by  her  appearance
from  this point   into  tho mountains. the Lyric Theatre, Calgary, during  the I
.1    Somo  good lishing has  been had both Dominion   Fair in   I90S,  on  which oc - I
in  Moose and  Silver creeks,    although ension  she     broke nil  r ml-  al   thai
lEBjl.    experi ed    mrglers    state    that    the house both  in  attendance  uud  linnnci-i
™ season     is  n    little  loo earlj   yet   to uh. 6
have [irst-i'lass sport.
Nn    hush     lires    ni   any  consequence
are reported in  the district,    the ruin
having effectually  put  oul  nne or two
small  incipient  outbreaks. I    v,,.,„.,„   s    \|..„.\|,!l., ne ol    tlu
Pied      Forrest  is  lire warden    under ... .. ....
,.,,..,, . lun-i   orniiiineiii   business   men  ul   ttm-
thc  iininiiimn  ttovernment   again   tlu-
ycu,-. and .1.  P.  Kennedy is i„ charge   "'I'"-- I"'"-!'1"'" "' ll'" Dunshealh Mac
<>f ilie  lllecillewael  and cast district. , Millaii drain company and senior mem
her of the big real estate linn  of Mac-
Millun     &     Vidians,    left       for    Fori
(.ieorge.   Hefore  leaving  he  suid     thai
Karl Grey, who is now retiring from ''" ll"' l""1"" "' » """' '"' ''"' eastern
the position oi     Governoi-Generiil    of provinces which  lio had just  concluded
Canndn, will long bo remembered with '"' wns """,k wilh ''"' 'lll,"",lt "f '"'
kindly  feelings  by  the    i le ni    the auil'.v as to British Columbia property
Dominion.   During     his term of ollice I    Ml'    N-    S-    MacJlillan    has    faith
he has     done     much  to elevate    the '"       •'""l        believes       that       there
Btandard ol public life and duty.   He ''  no qdestion as to British Columbia*
has   rendered    yeuman   service  in    the Breal   f""M"'   "II   ia  '">   "'I''"'""   ll''."
work of foresl  conservation and    mu. !'"  productiveness an  acre of land    ill |
the   e\|.'-MH    I
i lie hank's premi <•-. git m. a fi' intnge
of  7*i  feel   lo   \h h- i.   -■   \. enue.
The   Imperial   Rank   intends   ni i m_ -
ins'   t"     iiccoini late     its   stall     with
living  in  i    looping  rm 'I'm    a tl
u-
I'leliil.e.    :,:      V. IsloKl',    llllll
.'. i     i     pro\ i'l.tt with  a  rosi
awaj     l'i   '       the bai I'll
a<lopts   ihis   polii 1   al   several     ol    its
j prim ipal  hraii'lu fi  in 1  to
work well.
Struck on B. C.
i   S.   MaeMiH.ni.     om
Earl Grey
Tlie Stirgiest Man
I .alalia  claims   :..  have  the   -•'ugie I
uiu  in Ti un ■! if nut    a   : he
nl  a  premium   i- offered   t'.u'   his   -up-
■i>ii- in ein-e li-:. .In.---     II.   gol     mar-
lie girl   to  -a\ e e\p. nsos.
i nd   the  square  for n
lh- bought   her a  nickel's
■k   Mitel.v     for     a   v
ted lhal    they
lied    I.,   a   *
lii.v   walki
bridal  tour
worth  of  -
present, uud then -u
save    the     candy    f<>■   the  i hi drei . -
Danville Tn,.   Vdvoeate.
iomd defence
functions  hi
Ili- addresses al public |this province i
worth   two  acr?s  anv-
been  master-pieces    of
where else in Canada."  he said.
Mr. MneMillan is going to Fort
George to look over large interests
he has there and he forecasts  a great
oratory   filled with   valuable    suggest
imi- and liiirli national ideals.
li i- true he fell foul of Joe Martin. .
who attacked him in the llmi.se of .f"""''' ''"'' llli" town and d'strlet-
Commons alone lines whicli we aire
sin.- the public »if Canada regard as
unjustifiable. Karl Grey has learned
to know and understand Canada and
the knowledge he has so gained will
be ol inestimable value to the Dominion in thf councils of the nation nn
his return  tn ilu- mntl
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from country of origin.
WHOLESALE     DEALERS    ONLY.
REVELSTOKE    3=1.  O.
[her countrv.
The Chicago board of trade has
given itB solemn pledge to the Anieii-
esn CoDgiess that in future it will
not tolerate "corners" or attemptid
"corners" in foodstuffs such as tbe
recent Patten wheat deal.
Revelstoke in Moving Pictures
Mr. Ilurbei-k, ol Seattle and Vai -
miner, the maker ol films for moving pictures, and whn last full visited
Revelstoke and prepared *urh excellent
pictures nf the fair, public -• I I  and
otlier  features of  the city,    «iil  :i_':tin
visit     Revelstoke    this   summer    with
a view   ti> getting out  n lull seiies    of
the  mountain   mnl   tourist   attractions
of  tlii- citj   a nil  district.    Anion.' other features he intend*  takinu n nil' up
the    I 'olumbin      river  In   th ■  steamer
Revelstoke,     and  Lr'-ttitiL'  HIms  of  the
besl  scenery.   Jk  will ulso     \i-ii    the
park  on   Ml;   Revelstoke,   the   Deutsch*
man caves, and other feuture<,    which
will !>•■ placed hi  the movinu      pi
houses all ovei' t he world   i-  i  - ■  _
Revelstoke one  of  the be*i
iiinit- ii  has ever had.
W, J, Curtis, pinnn tuner, wi'i visit
tbe City about May 2*tb. 101(1 < hders
left   with   H.   Manning   vvill   receive
prompt attention.
<r
:=5\
Certificate of Improvements
NOTICE.
" I Iarr\" mineral claim, iltnate in the
Trout Lake Mining Dlvilion ol West
Kootenay District
Where located; On Poplar Creek,
near Poplar TownBlte.
TAKB NOTICH ttiat I, A.R.Hejland,
Free Mlner't Certificate No. B. 25405,
Intend, aixty dave Irom 'hue hereof, to
apply to the Mining Reci rder Inr b t er-
titivate oi ImprovemenU, h'r thepurpoie
ot obtaining a Crown Grant „l the above
claim.
Am! farther take notice that action,
under Section M. must be commenced
before the iaauance ol inch Certificate of
Improvements.
Dated thi-  15th daj oi  April,  A. li.,
1911.
A. R. IIKVI.ANI).
NOTICE,
To All Whom ItMw Conoumn'i
Take not iei' that we, Julius Dousal
and A. lv Eialgh, of the town of Nukusp, in the Province of British Ool
uiniiiu. Intend to apply to the t'hief of
Provincial Police :«> days after the
date hereof, for ih" transfer of licence
held by 11. .1. UBrash. nl' the Hotel
(iriiiul.   Nukusp, lu   A.  15.  Hai^li and
.llllills   |lniu;al.
Dated nl Nukusp, U. 0., tills 15th
day of April.
Jl'i.irs Dm HAL,
ap Si lm A. I'l.  II Mini.
1HNERS WANTED Pot Franoh
(ireok, llii? Bend, Apply E. A. Brad-
ley.
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
T.    ALBERT     ST03STE      PEOF.
Fruit lands Near Revelstoke
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
\1
A. F. MASON
PRACTICAL GARDENER
Jobbing   promptl;   attended to.   Agent   Ioi    ill kinds oi <•
Tree-. I'lant!   Bulbs   eti     Lawns and Gardens taken care r
nl   for   the   Summer.   Terms reasonable.    Twentj years 0
i .] erience. < \
Residence with F. G. Frisby.    Phone 80 *
AdvertiseintheMail-Heraidv^
$250 and
Per
EASY TERMS
This is the best land in the district, baing
very fertile and suitable for growing fruit
or vegetables—no irrigation needed. This
is a paying investment.
^^1 Apply to
Revelstoke General Agencies, Hi
REVELSTOKE,   B. C.
ii
I!
mailing Page 4.
TIIE MAIL-HERALD, REVbLSTOlvE, B G
lATTRDAY, MAY l-l, 1910.
1
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■Interior publishing Company,
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Subscription   Rates
Inoluiinn  <e i" KiiKland, Uuiuid States
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ADVERTISING   KATES.
1.,-K.il mill,'- ln.-1'iil-   I'.'l   hue   lirsl   insert inn,
*4 coin- l" i   ini   ■ i- !■   .ubsequolil  m-.i'i mn
Me i Mviii.iii- Suupariel lis lilies inako une
lucht    --'- iro   nml    Kuueral  business an
no im       -'  '    I" i   '" *   I"'1'  """"'h'
Preferred   iiu'IiIuik,   M   per    ecnt.    aa-
ottl, ■.,,.   Hii'ths,   ,i in-lagon   and   Doalha,
See     etll ll     ll"! I    ""■
I    inn<      I,..,,;-     fi„tl        Ml    II.IV.'I'IIM.llll'lll.-.
,.. pruvalol tin iiianaKcineiiU
v.',,    ed u     i  li used  Vdvortisei la:
,\   uiil   :. Ill 'I'   « i"''''1-  S tuatlolis
., ,,ii, ,\     situul "H-     v.ie:,iii.     loachcra
I, M    . ,        Wanted, I" words or
I,..   "„     ...„i,   eld  ,i  in"'  1"   cents.
Clutiuni   In -uiiiilins adverilnetn - must
J    i,    i|    I   ...   111.    I '..'-.lay  .'".I   I'li'i'i)    Ol
uj ,-|i  ,\.-.'k  Iii -•''' lie KOOd ili-|'ltiy.
(i u.i;!.-I'l'SIU'.N'K   Invited   llll   liliilters lit
NOW IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY
LOTS FOR SALE IN
Glearview Addition
Al prices onequarterof those asked
in other parts of Revelstoke
li is one of the most desirable locations in the city
for Residences and has a superb outlook, fresh air, no
wind or hoi air.
Liberal Discount if Purchase Male During April
CALL AND SEE US FOR PRICES
REVELSTOKE GENERAL AGENCIES, Lii
REAL   ESTATE,   LIKE,   FIRE   AND   ACCIDENT   INSURANCE
£?, m ft TT-?%S 7    kVi.m,
Y.V.i,.- I'uSIH'-Si'K   invileil   un   llliiiiers   »
nubile iii'i-ri'-i.   riinnniiiiiii.i'i"!'-- '" "'•'1"' ,-.    ili'.li lhe   steam   himl i" llowme
for   iii'i-i   bo   i. panted   by   narao  of      ,      ,,   , , ,        ,
write"-, not necessarily to  publication, hul  '!>-   no lime  shotiKI   lie i"-i in   tm
u- evidence of good faith.   Corrospondeuoi ,,    v
Rholll I   If 'ii'ief.
[)\ in.-i.ii ■ i ll Ill    in   trt'l l ine      t)
, I im i.l     eonstriieteil from    Downie
Spcrting Notes
THAt'in wn iii:i.n.
The iiniiiinl  iiii.k .uul     licit!    sports
HlBVBY, aoUAKTBiK e head of the  Uiipids, so   wui be heltl at  Kecreation     I'nrlt    on
AND HiNKHAM, ■■ [.iglu ran be speedily  ti-iin*feiT-   vietoriu Day,    May 21th,   The    track
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, KTC.
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IAKVKY, McGAKTEH
ed.   Then   some  effort   should   be  mail
Ornt'KH :   Imperial Hank Buildino Hkvei,    . ,       |„, ,,   .,,,,   |lM  i|,
BTOKK,  Ii. C,
Money i« loan.
Offices: HoruMoke, B C.    t raubruuk, B, I,
V^ffiSnEF J.A. Hakvkv.
Re i eM ok.i. Craulirook Ij.',,,.,   , ;,.,„...,..  whereas  freight   could  hi
landed        from      Revelstoke,      at     tin
WILLIAM I. HltlUUo . .
11 uh  ni   I ui   river,  I
li iilisti'I
iper  river,
..-n   the   he.ul  of  llie   rupids    and
i .in.,,,  river,    li   is  nm   costing    ^l""1
offer vvas    made    i!
committee ure working hard lo make
it u biggin- success ihun ever this
year. The men have lii-eii divided iu-
i.i two teams, the Harrier team, captained by Kverelt Cameron, and the
Ciirdinii) team, captained hy Joe.
Watson. Tliiv erentes a team competition a* well  as an individual com-
S.ilii'ilof, etc.
Solicitor fori
"""<1  i"  'nei    an offer ".ui    made    tha   ;„.,-,,j,,,,.  which  will  mike  ii   inure in-
lirand  Trunk   I'lteilic   Rnilwnj   lo   lake   ,,.,,..,;„.. ,',,„„       s„eetaclilur point     ol
;         ..    .1...,     1...    : ....
The ( . I'. R. gives n 8111 rule for
nrvoslers from -J,UIU" miles ensl of
Mnosejaw, in order lo help out tho
supply nf labor required to harvest
the grain crops. Wo arc aaking litem
to bring nun 2,511(1 miles for S'JII ill
order to help oul the supply of labor
in harvest  the lumber '-nip.
Mr, An-iie anticipates thai the C.
I'. I.'. nill co-operate in the selieine
In this extent, and thai the undertaking will lie nf enormous importance
to  tho development  of  Kootenay.
The Canadian Hank ok Commerce,
Tuk Molsons Hank, lire.
FIRST ST.,   -   REVBLSTOKE. B.C.
i up ii  roiitruct  iiii  that  ha
I )OBI'.Kr SMITH
h
ompctiti
view,  as well  as  fron
IM,,,.,   ,   statement   of   Hon.     F.    Vi. individual prizes will be awarded  aa
Ayhn.-i'.  Dominion    ICngineer,  il   seems ,,M|.iK     nn(,      |lls()  |(  |ni||,u   fu|.    l|u.
lhal  uH      the  length of  road   required   ,,..,„,  winning   the  largest   , iber    of
past   Death,   I'riesl   and   I'J-Mi'e   rapids .„,;,,,.,
;'  ""i1'--    nnd  ihai  this    road can The junior sports will he nn interest
Provincial Land Surveyor,   be run riirhl   alongside the water level ing    .•,,.,,,„,.     this year nlao.       Three
Alining Suiveyor   mukiini   lhc     road   n   lirst-cluss   means t,..tm<      .,,.,,  ,.„,,.,-,.,|   ,|,i.   yeur:        line
EiiKiueerlug Lf ,„.,!.,-.- ,,,-i-,,--  ihe bad    water    in ,-,.,,..,..,.Mlj„,r ,i„. i,;,,!.  ^..\,„n\   ,,,.,. ,,..,.
McKknzik Avksi-k.                                             , ..p.. ii.tintn,   tun  -, „„,.,„„   ,,,,
H ,x 1116. Kkvi-i.st.ikk      ,   ' '"    '.  . i-esentiug     the public sr .1.  mid 	
lhe  i inning  dillieiilty   then   is  the   r,vr Hliiig  llle  Junior  llible  Huh  ol
in"      "'    '   '"■■"l  'rom   the  mouth  of ,|„,   Methodist   church.   Any  new  mnt-
ii   riwr  to   lei" Jaune  Cache.    A   ,.,.;.,!  u|„,  „;.h   ,,, ,.,,,,.,.  ,|„. ,, , lhi<
■; """I could he huill  through this   Vl,an uin |tind|y |)11(  theil, „., K    lln
Va.m-oi-vkk anu Hevelstoke, li. C.    ■ ■ ■< i"i   of country for .s.-iih'i u mile, or |he |ist| whieh is posted on  the bulle-
 :                            -I"- '  '"i'l  il   would "|>"ii  up  a    val- ,;,, |„,.,,,|  .,,  |ne y   y   ,-   A
All eiuiiiniiiiieaiiiuis .ulilres~eil i.i 1'm-i      ilili'    oniitrv on Canoe  river ior set- HASEHALL.
i.lli.-e.  Revels, ike wi.l have pr pi  tl,' ill       ,s     - , ns the reservation      A    k  interest is being taken    in
' lin-hall     this     year,  and everything
1)
AI.U'.N S   EVELE1GH,
A in III rECTS
atli'iilii'li.
r
road iiei.li'   could he put  in  from  the   ,„,„,,.   ,,,  .,  .,„. [,,1   season.      Four
C.   W    O    W  "  '  p.iiiii-   iii  ii  siiccesstiii   season.      rour
I' "h "'  c'anoc river lo     the    Crand ,,..,,„.   |,ave  |„„.„   ,.„|,.,,„|   ,illls   ,,,,.    ;„
Mountain  View Camp, No. 239 Trunk   nnil       t'liniifliuli    Voi'thern    rail i 11 ,
... ,   „     ,,   ...  .      ,       . ' "'"ii   "nu nan un    uiu, , |, nior   clli;,,,     | ,,.,.,,   in   , ,,,  ,„,,.,-.
■Meeb   Seoond   umi   f"iirth   Weiliiesilays ln ii.'.,„
eaeh iu.mill, in Selkirk Hall.   Vurttin   Wood- » '' '   -''I        i1"1    '   "all   to   lu in- mediate  und   two  ill   lhe   junior.      The
luonoontiiillvi'iviiistionuend. .„,,.  ||,    .,,  ,|,.,,   lhc entire cost   of  trail- .,,„,.   ,„.,,„.   :,,   .i„. :       i	
vv   k .i-i:in:\-i: cn„. I'om. ,     . .. " igue me.
...      u.n,n,vutf     /„ ,. .Iml'   ill.'       lieii'H     Frill)!       .,-M    -!.,,,■       1.. ll.. ll    ..       l>        I I-    .
,US. MoINTYRK, Clerk
'sporting     freight   from   Revel o   p,,,.,,    \|,.„,   Reavers,   Intermediates,
fete Jiiuni   '   ' he :.    ■; :    roitli  n'ouhl
and the Corley  House,    tn      the inter-
Kootonny Lodeo. NO. 15, A F. * A. M. lllll freighi     ,,,,-i;..-. .,..   , |„.   |'u|,!,,-   School
»*r „, "   Ucvelstoke.    || , n<|   ,|    n    ,        ■      .'
t*»     ^f--\- Ti"' regular, I
»*-=^.&r   "ikw   ,n"   '"''   :     '   ' :" ' '     M'-'thodisi   rliiireh.    In   the   iunior     the
" o-i.ii.- am Ha ...ui ' :   I'-  "■   fi-  ' - - are the only
i tha third vi     :  ,
^MCll      I, 'lllll      Hi       I
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nn    rordialiy   wel-
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SELKIRK  MU..,K 12   1.0.0  K.
m-hi- bti rj Tl
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ikirk Ha
_^^V,-,tui« uraihrau are
cordially Invited t" attaud.
L. I'BOBYN. N.O.        JA8   V1ATHIE -«• -
Cold Range lod^e, K. of P,
No. 26,   Revelstoke, B  C.
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THE    MOLSONS    BANK
INCORPORATED 1855
Capital Paid Up       -       $3,500,000
Rest Fund - -    $3,500,000
Has 65 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in all the Principal Cities of the World.
A GENERAL BAMKINQ DU8INESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS     BANK   DEPARTMENT
At all Branohcs.    Interest allowed at highest current rate.
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. K. PRATT, Manager.
GRAPE OAMEUON.  In   the .minedy
"Nancy," Monday,  May 16th
Opera House
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Monday in month.
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MKMOKiAI. SKHViriS
\T 11KVKL8T0KIS
\i the meetinji of the eity council
I.i-1 niifht the Mayor brought up the
in a ttt'i nf :i memorial service in honor of the late ls'niLr. He suggested
[jmilaiming n half holiday on Friday,
May '-'"tli, and hold n public memorial   «n i e.
\       VbrnlmmHon    strongly    favored
: I,,.       i<_"j<*-1 liill.
The     Mayor     naid lii- idea wa« to
havi'  -lit.it  addresses  some one giving
a   review   of  the   King'x   life and  work,
.    difTerenl      minirttei'H   taking
II,-    (Uffgcuted       holding the
■   in   the opera  hoiitie.
|    London,    M.i.   13,   When  the funeral
tarl       "ii   l'i iday    every
i  nd,hi  will  coma to    a
■ Inll      for ,i  rjiiarter «if an  hour.
ro| i   that   .-ll   lhe  pub
■  ■ i .     id   London   dmuld  bo i I" '"I
I--': i    p i   ing.
I'imi      ditorlall       i\        " King
■   n   .     to    iirpn
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oi    ii. I<- d   im      llu*
I ' he great
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olfif]  from
Wi     imnHtei lirou 'ii   i lie     tree!       of
1 i      'I     State '
■I h horn   tin-   l in.
Baptist Church Anniversary
I ne   I'.'iii lul   i pie   will enh hrate
theil ' i i'ii 'in-. ■ -iiry "ii Kii'iil.ii.
|(cv     I! I " i ui in   nf    Arin-tri.iit;,
hrother   nl   Ihe   pnetnr,   will   he the
preeoher   lor   tl i li n  preaching
■ rning nnd i »i n
inv. • I" pn vnii d f"i
In,ih lervici •'       l he  ' ■ ting
will lm hircclv • ne ' I ong Retidee
i hi ii . nnil ihere will he two enl hema
l>v die oholr nnd ii reapnnee, »nd n
eolu hy    Mm   I' i"l   I uuu i ii 'I hIhi
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PAGE WHITE FENCES
Pae^ Fences wear Best—vStyles (or I^.wni, Parks, I'lrran aud Railroads. 14.000 mtlra oi* Par*
Fences and 73,000 Page (->ates now in use In Canada. Dur him Fences are better than ever. Oct
our latest prices and bookJet. m.
503P
VICTORIA AND VANCOUVER
E. G. PRIOR & CO.
Faoca anl Galea aa Stack
Sunshine grates haVe.    |
','-'. i'i    '.-  "
maximum  strength        ^
Sunshine; Furnace has
four triangular t;i;.w bars,
each having- three distinct sides. In the
sin^le-pioce and two-piece jrrate no such-like
provision is made for expansion or contraction,
and a waste of coal always follows a shaking.
On the left-and right-hand sides are cotter pins, whii h when
loosened permit the grates to slide out. These lour grate bar*
are made of heavy cast iron, and an* finished tip with bulldog
teeth.     The teeth will grind up  llu* toughest clinker; and
UNSHII
\W\Jurnace.
because the grates are made in sections, not only can nothing but dust and     C
ashes pass through, but  after each shaking a different side i,n, be presented
*o the fire.       Also, w;ith  the    Sunshine   grate   there   is   no   bnck-breaking
movements attached to the shaking.      By gently rockingthe lever. fiiM nn lhe     I
lett and then on the right, the ashes are released on both sidc&.and \.< , lit
McCIar/s
one hy Mr. Foreman.     A cordial invitation   ie   extended   to   all to attend
t lll'Hf   Hl'| lil'I'll.
On Tuenlay at u llll p.m. a Hiippei
will lie i-n! vi-il the children ni the Kun-
d y School, in tlie veHtry, alter which
fn'mliiliH nl the church and congre
gatioo will partake. The after Hupper
exurciHes will OODlilt in a oriel review
ul the year'n wurlt, a mil call ol mem-
ben mid tlm HiiiKing ol hyiiina.
Shocking Accident
I. i uir. May S. Nick Zllliir. an uiu-
ployea ni iho I II. Lumbor Company,
iiiuiiiiii; nu lliu night shift) ivus hot-
■ ilili mangled between n core and
pinion wheel In the iliiiiiiL' ui-nr of tho
mill, md died -liurily aftor ba wa« to-
men i-i  in  iln'  Fertile bo pltal,
l in, u 1 In revolve verj    lowly   nnd
'  i      nl lhal 'i man would have ti	
In    hod hii "mi  if oaughl  thera ll 1"'
il   thrown uli lii ■ balanco.   The
i -mn « hi   . nuglil  in  In     thighs umi
-. i    lorn "i;  in pi       llii
I. ,.,       in., i L:      pcedy  ii - i lanoe,
before I"' bad >u laincd fatal
niuu ii'-.
WANTED—By  ootnpstent man, job
ii«   ciirik    In HniH.ll   gan(?—A. liAlil.l.n,
V M C A.
Business Locals
Screen doon from $1.80 to ^-.'.."iO ali
Bournoi.
Rood floor, u'liuil skull'--, for  Mnliiluy
nigbt,
ll'iiiiiin.s     prices  beat* eastern aita,,
liuu" price , freight  added,
Call ui loo»( once ui Mu.' Turceti
Gallery.
Unii'i  forgel  ikatlng Monday night.
May  Hiili. f,)
Head Howson's add iu iiii- paper r«;
"| li pin f furniture.
Screen window, from 25c, to -15c,
ui llourne'i. fi
.'if.-.MM Foote and Pradolini olier
earth for luuu purposos.    '
Roi your rollers ready for Monday)
night, llm  iiiih.
I.iuu' Juice,  sweot  or unaweotenedVN
i u.ii.ii.'i'il  lo liill  nil  gormi   iu wnter.
Sold ui  Molntyrog.
llowson i\ Co. lum' a 82150,00 Vac-
um Carpel Cleaner, carpel cleaned
for lOo, :i yard, no lifting nece sury.
ImiiIi  for sale. Black    I." mi.    suit -
iWe 'oi  I.i" n    purpo e i,   Fi    and
I'radolini,    new Bunk  ,,f    Commerce]
building, ■ ATI UIIAY,  M\\ 14. 1910.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Page I
Basaa
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If our methods suit you
tell others.    1! they don't
suit you tell us.    Any criticism   of    our   mode   of
doing   business    will    lie
appreciated.
HUME'S SPECIAL
A hews 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.
Fresh Fruit
and Vegetables
i 'ranges, Banana?, i.em mis
(Irape Fruil. (.'hemes,
Strawberries. Lettuce, Cabbage, Cauliflowers, Rad-
ishes, Cucumbers, I'ipe
Tomatoes, and Green Unions arriving daily. We
net tb-ni often. We keep
them fresh.
Breakfast
Foods
We are always able to
supply the public with
these goods because we
carry a large supply of all
Cream of Wheat, Crape
Nuts, Quaker Oats, Breakfast Gem, Wheat Flukes,
Force, Malta Vita, Orange
Meat, Wheat Berries, Buffed Rice, threaded Wheat
Biscuits, in packages, and
Wheat Granules, Corn
Meal. Meota Flour, Boiled
Oats, and Graham Flour,
in small sacks. All new
and fresh.
Jams, Jellies
Now is the time we are
being asked for .lams and
.Tellies as the supply of
fresh fruit put up last
year is nearly all gone.
We are in a position to
supply your needs with
all kinds of good articles:
Crosse i\- Blackwell's in lib
and 21b glass jars, lib and
71b cans; Wagstaffe's in 1
and "21b glass jars, and 51b
cans; also a cheaper grade
in 51b cans. Keep us
on your list when you
want Jams and Jellies.
Feeds
Always a large supply of
Hay, «iats, Wheat. Bran,
Shorts, Chops and Cracked Corn, at prices that
cannot be duplicated.
Get It at Hume's
Teas
We recommend high grade
tea because we know from
experience thai it gives
greater satisfaction. We
bave just received a large
shipment of high prude
tea in bulk, which we procured through one of the
best tea experts in the
west. Let us send you a
pound. We al.-o carry a
full line nf package teas
in Bmi Lik Blue Ribbon, 'IV'ley's, Lipton's, Sa-
lndii, Five O'clock, Ben
I lur, and J ipan Green tea
Boys'
Two-Piece
Suits
The coats this season for
Boys are a little longer
and easier fitting, sleeves
with fancy cuffs, fancy
flaps, lapels longer, and
knickers lined with strong
dark silesia, double seats
and knees, well trimmed
and cleverly finished.
The lion Brand Make
in all the new shades, selling with us this season in
sizes 2li to :', I at $5.50, *8
and $H.
Boys, come in for one of
our Two-Piece Double-
Breasted Suits and ask
for a Lion Brand make.
They are fully guaranteed
and worth the money we
ask.
Get It at Humes
At this season of the year
men commence to look
for new hose. If you want
the best at the cheapest
price we can supply your
demands right now. We
import our hosiery direct
from the uid Country
manufacturer and we can
save you from 25 to 50 per
cent on your summer
stock.    Let us show you :
SUCCESS—Black Cashmere seamless sox, equal
to any ",5c. hose on the
market, for 25c.
OUR SPECIAL—Black
cashmere, while toe and
heel, seamless. You can't
produce its equalelsewhere
under 50c. See it and be
convinced that it is the
best 35c. sock on market.
Three pairs for $1.
LLAMA—The perfect fitting, full sized, all wool
cashmere sock that we
make our leader. Medium
weight, 50o. per pair or C>
pairs for $2.50.
Fancy Cashmere Hose
Black cashmere with silk
embroidered clock in all
colors, seainlesB, at 00c.
Fancy cashmere hoHe in
green, brown and fawn,
with silk embroidered patterns at 75c. per pair
Fancy Lisle hose, self
embroidered clocks, wine,
pearl, bronze and green,
at 50c. and HOc. por pair
New Laces
A hundred new patterns
added to our already great
lace stock, milking a collection not equalled in
any town in this country:
Plauen Laces, Valenciennes, Turchon Lices,
Maltese Laces, Guipure
Laces. Vou can spend a
pleasant hour any day
looking over the laces
from
5c. to $1.50
New
Frillings and
Runnings
Did you see the new
Frillings and Kuchings at
Hume's. They are just
lovely. This remark overheard on the street from
one lady to her friend,
about places the showing
They are interesting, and
some are put up in boxes
at
25c. per box
Specials for
Thursday and
Friday
LOT ONE
FABRIC GLOVES—100
pair of Ladies Gloves in
Lisle Thread, etc., any
color and size, and a lot
of different kinks at per
pair—25C.
LOT TWO
THREAD AND SILK
GLOVES—A bout 200 pair
for Ladius and Misses.
Any si/e and color and no
2 pair alike,  all at 50C
Take the Elevator
Fancy Hose
for Women
New Fancy Hose for Ladies' they are popular for
wearing with ihe new
Sjiring I Ixford  Shoe-.
Siimi" very pretty polk'
effects and floral de-igns
in Tans. Modes, I Ireys, etc
to wear with tlie fancy
colored shoes, at   per pair
50c.
A special full length lace
hose, Tan, Black, White,
etc., pretty designs, all
lace, extra spliced toes to
heels at per pair
75c.
Dutch Collars
and
Dainty Jabots
Periodically some striking
new ideas in dress accessories appear at a time
when conditions are ripe
for a radical change from
what has long been worn
till people have tired of it.
Of such is the Dutch Collar and tlie Dainty Jabot.
They have sprung into
imme lse favor. A splendid assortment on our
counters at present from
25c. to $ 1.50
Delainettes
An opportunity to buy a
line of good- at tbe same
price as Toronto stores
sell them. A direct importation of Delainettes,
pretty and fresh, fur Kim-
onas, Wrapperss, Sac<|tiev,
etc.. and another line ol
patterns in strip'-.- for
wui-ts, etc., at per vard
20c.
Take the Elevator
The Elevator is the most perfect type of passenger elevator
made. We spared no expense to
get the best and moat reliable, All
the safety devices so far produced
you will find on it. The mosl
approved automatic safety brake.
C. B. Hume Sr Co.
DEPARTMENT   STORE
Revelstoke,   *   B. C.
You  may find  a  mistake in
our accounting, lei US   know if you
do.   \\'e have installed the finest
office system possible uiul are lining
our ut -it I'l keep apace with the
lime-.     Vuu inn help us if you let
us know nf any mistake tlm'. n
occur. P»™ 6.
THE UATL-IIERALD REVELSTOKE, B- U-
1ATUBDAY,  MAY  II. 1910.
J
il MINES
u'ngine, nnd llilliurd wns unable to '_ri'l
mn nl the way. lie was thrown on to
the einl ul the iron bar which pene-
trated  his  \imls.
Tin
CONKOI.IDATKI)    M'ljl IUKS   MINK.
■| he i M'l-.'iiil-iii'il  Miniii'j  nn i  Smelt-
ii.j  i a,  hns ,'iri|uii,'il the  Moll\   i iibsmi
mine   nt   Knkiiu,.i>  Creek,    in I   the
oldest   m'u    nl   Kootenay,  a   properly
thnl   in  i'-  ini"'  lm-  shipped  n    irrt'iit
tie .    nf uiv.  the chief \ nine lieiin;     in
sili.-i'.   ihiulirli   there  nKo  hns   lieon    n
leioverj  of  lend.
i     oi   in   I'.mn  lhe  prope!'l>   wns    de.
i I  nut]      npi'inlfd   hi    the     Molly
I;;!,-,.,, Mininu I'limpnnv Limited, lull
il ni'J ii- hiiililiiu.'S iveie tnUen uwnj
h .iM,, -ii I.-   nnd   the  properl.v   «ns
l ilh    |i   nn    -i- iiuiii il  In   the  I.n-
plum   Mini    I iniited   uiul   in   I'1"-"1  I""
dli    'i   --' lis   oi  "iv.   while  in     I'-11".'
in il   '". ' Inns,  ii ■   plnnl   inelinl
, Mm i.in     I'oni'enii'iitoi'.    li   »n-
i ■ -■ n shipper I" tin- N'eKnii smelter,
I- .     Intel   -hi|'|ii-'l   to  Trail.
. M„Uy iiii,-.hi is now ndde I to
I ■ Ions list ..I [unions properties
owned In iln. Coiisolidutcc! Mininu nml
Si liinu Cimipuiiv l.hnileil, uiiiong
m i ich   im-   ilu-   I.ii'm,'   shipping;     prop -
i uf i he Snow -I  nl   Phoenix, I lie
( -    ler Situ   nl   liossluml,   the St.   I'ii-
....'      ti   tloyie,   the   Richmond   ICurekn
-:uil"ii.  nil  of  which  nre  shipping
i . mpuiii  -  smelter ni  Truil.The
I ii:-. ' Miii,- Limited are diking
.-• - nf lhe Consolidated Mining, ami
Si ellinu Coinpuny iu payment. The
j ii .in will ni un,.' be r.'-i 'pencil
and work proceiyled wiih mi a large
.
A  new   -iiii,.-  hus 1 u  made al   the
M ill;   i .in-Mii.     I I. i feel     from    the
shaft   .nnl in..mi   IlillO from    iln-    rail-
\, ..     truck     Tlie mc      -in.,it   i>  about
•   Feet  ii uie .-iii'l assays inii  ii-  s JI
pei    '■ nil.
A  IM.F.ASIN'G  INCIDENT.
One cinild mil desire a  more delightful iilii-iiiiiiuii nf lhc r .'iiim- nf West
en. ininiii'j life than hus just arisen
i- - .nn.'i ii,in wiih the bonding of the
I.i-;. L'I""!1 '>'' 'lailii- iii lhe r.ayiinlic
<li - ■. i   In   William   Mailer.
Aboill    llll'     leal-    ,lLr,,    |'.,MiL-   Doohm,
. ,f   I ai'i'.i    lli'i'lan.   .ii f   lhe   old-
timers "i  iln- promotion and eonstruo-
II -     n(  I lie  I'.   P.   IJ.  nn 1  limine; hi- life
lime well ki.i.un mi I respected in nil
p ..I  ilie Kootenai ■   iml Okiumgiiu
i nil)     fnr  ;,   lioli la'    will,   \\ illitim
Muliei mI lii- partner. r\ngti« ('in-ry,
Alnnu loward \ngiist, !:"i-. they wen
av u. up in lie- uide spaces uinonifsl
thi hikes, elaeiei- mnl peaks about
ihe Ruyonne jciiip.   Tiie irrouudabout
ii i  looked  pi'iiiiisnij.   in I  an • sain
in il ;oi   proved  u  wa-  far better  than
i' -    .v..  ii in- .-       \   ^ roup .■'.  I'r- •■ • lailll..
i.  i     uilll'kell  oft,   liie  I l-le  Vi il...i      I .-'
I Hi.-   Iiiii   ami   Gold       Kugget,     the
I ■      heii iked in  iln- iiiiini     f \\
lian    Mahei
Vll I
M ih."   tn yum     I' - ivus with
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i recent speech hy Keir Hur.lie, one of
tbe lenders of the Labor party. He is
reportid to have said 'but loyalty to
the Throne is a ureat superstition,
blinding people to iheir own interests.
NOTICE TO PUBLIC
police have secured the services
of a BCavenger. Any persons desii-oug
nf having their closets or cesspools
cleaned, should leave word at the
police station.
II. M. PARKY,
Chief of Police
NOTICE
Take notice  that  we intern! to make
application  in  iin- Superintendent    nf
Provincial Police for a renewal of our
'retail    liquor  license  fm'  the  premises
known   as   (he   Leland   hotel,  Xakusp,
I'B. C, fnr ihe half-year from dune 30,
1910 i„ December :', 1st. 1910,
Ogilvie ,\   McKitrick
Mai   .'lii!.  1910.
Milli I
Take notice thnl  30 .lays after date
i we intend    tn apply     in 'lie Superintendent nf rim in-in! Police fm- a    renewal   nf   the   retail   liquor   license   im"
ilm 'ilm:.'i' House, Glacier, 1'.. C,  for
.'in- half year from   .lune i!n.   1010-    tn
[December 31st, 1910.
C. 1'- Ry. Coy.
Maj 3rd, 1910.
NOTICE.
Take notice that ill days after date I
intend to apply t" the Superintendent
of Provincial Police fnr .^ renewal nf
the retail liquor licence for the Union
Hotel, Arrowhead, 1:. C. fnr the half-
year (miii June 30th, 1910, tu Dec. 31st,
1910.
Dated May 4th, 19111.
Mav 4 liu. W. J. I.ic.iiTiii-KM .
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Grace Cameron aa "NANCY" at ibe
Opera House,   May   111
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given thai 30 days
after dale I intend in apply fnr a
nii'il liquor license in respect nf the
premises at Downie Creek, Big Bend
district nf W.-si Kootenay, known us
the Downie Creel, Hotel.
Dateil  May  10th.  1910.
GEORGE C.   HAWKER.
SVNOPSI8   HF   rk<;i'u\tions   QO\
KltMNll   Till';   DISPOSAL,   OK   DOMINION     LANDS     WITHIN     THK
UAILWAY   HKLT   IN   THE   fKOV-
INCH OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
A   L1CBNBE tu cut tlmbar can be »i>
quired   only   at   public   cwnpeUiion.     A
rental  of jo por tnjuaie  tulle  is  charKeil
: for  ali   timber  bi-rllm excepi   those situ-
ii.-il wesl of Vale fur which lhe rental is
i nl lhe rate of 5 cents per acre per ai.n .ai.
In   addition   ta   the-   rental,   tfuen al   lhe
rmlowinif. rales are oh.irff-i:—
Sawn   lumber,   So   cuius   per   thousand
feel   li. M.
Hallway ties, elitht and nine feci long,
ind '. ■■ i cent* each.
bolt*, S cents a cord.
All other products.  5  per  -.ent on  the
A   license Is Issued so sour. <ls a bertn
..   mtl s   but in surv<*>.Ml territory  no
-  can  h* cut on  a berth  until txie
mad - :
raber are also granted
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NOTICE
Take notice thai I intend tn applj to
the Superintendent nl' the I'rovincinl
Police for a renewal "f the retail liquor
license for tlie City lintel, Arrowhead,
B. C, (nr tin- half year from June 30th,
1910, to Dec. 31st, 1910.
D.iicLMay ith, 141".
may 7 lm JOHN CALHV.
NOTICE.
Take notice that 30 days after date
we intend to apply in the Superintendent of the I'lmimi.il Police fnr a renewal
nf the retail liquor license (or the Luke-
view Hotel, Arrowhead, I!. C, for the
half year from June 30th, 1910, tn Dec,
31st, 191n.
Dated Mai 4th, 1910.
Mav4 lm. Chapman ci Irwin.
NOTICE.
Notice is herebj given that 311 dais
after date I intend to apply to [the
Superintendent "f the I'rovincinl Police
fnr a renewal uf llle retail liquor license
lor tin- Queen's Hotel, Comaplix, B. C,
fnr the half year  Irom   June  30th, ll»l".
tn Her. list,   Nl'1-
Dated Ma;   Uh, 1910.
M.u  1 lm 1. II- YOUNG.
NOTICE.
Taki ■ I   intend  '." app!> i"
■  ..Un;   -.I   the   Provincial
■    retail   liquor
lii .mm- [or tin    I   ■ ■•;.i    Hotel,   Burton
i-i. ear  from June
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J        . \r, issued   r on   llm
land*   may   iM   pirata*M   a'   t)^
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Synopsis of Canadian Homestead Regulations
\NY avHilabln Dominion Lands within the
ltailwny Belt in Hritish Columbia, may
be homflstoauod by any person who is tlie solo
head of a family, or any male over 18 years of
age, to the extent of one-quarter sectiou  of lttO
?res more or leas.
Entry must bo made personally at the local
land oflice for the district in which the land is
itnate: Entry by proxy may, however, be
made on certain conditions by tho father,
3 other, sun. daughter, brother or sister of au
intending liomesteador.
The homestoader is required to perform the
condition.-. connectiKi therewith under one of
the following plans :
(11 At lear-t six months' resilience Upon and
cultivation of the land in each year for three
year<.
(L'I If the father (i'r mother, if the father is
deceased)uf the homesteader re.-idos upon a
farm in thr vicinity of iho land entered fnr, the
requirements as to rosidonne maybe sittisllod
by -nub parson residing with tlie father or
mothers
\'M If the settlor has nil permanent residence
upon f.inning lend owned by b.m In the vicin-
it> of his homestead, the requirements as to
residence nay he satisfied hy ro-idouce upon
tho said Imi d.
Six months  notice in writing should bo «iven
to tho  Cotrmissioner "f Dominion Lands  at
Ottawa of Intentiob to apply for patent
Coal —Coal mining right> may ho leased for
a period of twenty-one years at an annual
rental of }1 per acre. Not more than 2,"it>0
acres shall lie lea-ed to oun individual or
company A royally at the rate of live cents
por ton shall hpcollectod on the merchantable
3oal mined.
W. W. CORY.
Depntv of th* Minister of the Interior.
N B,- Unauthorized publication of this ad
vertisement will not be paid for.
To Trappers
Raw Furs Bought
Oash Prices Paid
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Purs.
NOTICE,
'Ink,' notice that thirty days after
date I intend to upply to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for a renewal of Liquor License for the St.
Leon Hotel, St. T.eon. B.C., for the
half year from May 31st., to December 31st., 1910.
M. GRADY.
NOTICE.
Thirty days after dati* of this advertisement we intend to make application to the Superintendent of Provincial I'olice, Victoria, lor a renewal of
Ketail Li.(aor License for the Grand
Hotel, Nakusp, B.C., Irom July 1st to
December 31st., 1910.
llOl'C.AL & HAIGH.
NOTICE.
Take notice that thirty days after
date I intend to make application to
the superintendent nf provincial police
for a renewal of Retail Liquor License
for the Kootenay Hotel. Rurton, B.C.,
for the half year endincr December 31.
1910.
Dated May 1st.. IMO,
STEPHEN I'lilil'.lRI.WTIK.
NOTICE
Take notice that 30 days after date
T intend to apply to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for n renewal
of th" retail liquor license Ior the
Hotel Reaton, nt Beaton, B. ('.. for
the half-year from .Tune 30, 1910, to
December 31st,  HMO.
Dated May  1th,  1910.
J. A. TIIKW.
i TM)rns
Rids are requested for the fnllowing
trades up to Saturday,   Aluy 7th   on
Rank of   Commerce, lievelstoke.
I'\ .i\ iiiriL-. Masonry, Plumbing, lleal-
and Metal Work.   Carpentry, Pain-
I     Glazing,     Sum!   and  Gravel
per  'iiiii'   yard.      Plan-    ami   Specili-
ition     an  be   ccn at  the    Rank    of
■   by applying to    \V.  II.
■ .  I'lnon   Hotel,
il'i imt neceisari-
ptsd.
WANTED   -mm'   office  boy    Apply
• i Bo    206,   11 v tl.
Moving   Pictures   to-night.
1 a '. '• suitable
■ i L'liilli nun.   Cun.
trslly ll ■■ it'll.      \;,|il.   tins I \ln-e.
WANTED ' •««"!   for tbe V.
..   i     \       ipp       o   i    M   i
\l   I     fill    I.'I    "I      I.'i,         Ml
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The Over-Land  Financiers Limited,
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NOTICE
Oui logsare si .-imped
on the ".ml "E" and all
persons .'in.- warned
againsl taking them or
tli" dtivmi; ol   n.nls or
spikes therein.   \)<> noi
touch our Iol;s.
Revelstoke Sawmill Co., Ltd.
SPRING IS HERE
IHow is tbc Gime of year for SccO llMautino
JScauttfv? your ©avtiens
A    large assortment of Fresh Garden and Field Seeds, including
STEEI.   BRIGGS    FERRY'S    MAN'S    McKENZlE'S
AND BURPEE'S.    Fine Lawn Grass, Clover, Timothy, Alfalfa
The Paget Supply Co'y.
E. W. B. PAGET
J. WILSON
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged anil Itnptoved.     Firsl-Clims in every respect.     All modern icnvenieni**
Large Sample RooniH.
Rates, $2.00 per day        Special Weekly Ratesi
Revelstoke, B.C.
Doyle and Allum, Ltd,
are   disposing of their  entire  Stock  at a
small  advance on cost.      It will pay you to
investigate   their    prices    on    Diamonds
Jewelry,  Cut  Glass,  Silverware,   Watches.
Doyle and Allum, Limited
West Kootenay Steam Laundry
Revelstoke,  B. C.
Send your Blankets and have them
Properly and Promptly Cleaned.
SHIRTS AND  COLLARS   A   SPECIALTY
Satisfaction guananteed in all lines
Phone 73.      Office Corner 2nd. St., and Mackenzie Ave.
rrT'^TT rrrff
THE ONLY ONE OF THE ORIGINAL
Bohemian Glass Blowers
Wiih his Company of Experl Glass Workers
will jrive Exhibitions Nightly for Two Weeks
Commencing
To-Night. Wednesday Eve..  May 4th
At their Stand on Mackenzie Avenue
30th Annual tour and firsl appearance In your city of thi
only company of Glass Worl its who have delighted thousands
in nil parts of the world in their wonderful and peculiar styli
of entertainment SATCHDAY, M IY U, 1010.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Tag. I
BUILD UP
REVELSTOKE
Patronize
Local Industry
GET YOUR
PRINTING
AT HOME
cTWAIL-HERALD
has new type and printing machinery
Our stock §f printing papers is large and
well selected.
WE PRINT
Letterheads - Billheads - Cards
cTWenus - Envelopes - Programs
Books and Booklets - Loose Leaf
cAccount Forms - Ball Programs
Wedding Stationery - Memoriam
Cards - Lumber Forms - Tags, Etc.
ADDRESS-
THE INTERIOR PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Agents for the famous
EMPIRE TYPEWRITER
$60.00 Cash
A Revelation in Tea Goodness
is a delicious and fragrant blend of the finest Ceylon Tea.
Get a package from your grocer and enjoy its excellent qualities.
 Black, Mixed and Natural Qreen, 40r. 50c( 60c and 70c per \h.	
Fort Ceorge
Mr. Daniels, of lhe Quesuelle i ti.—i
ver, is ouiiniiisiiip: n brewery com
puny   i" operate ni   IJuesnelle.
R. M. R. Notes
will  build    .in  ollice whii li  will  be    in
i li ii.j.' iif Mr, Shearer.
Tlii-  proi in ini      government     intend
trunsfei ring   il',-   I lovernmen        V
■ iiii'.' from i.'ii.'Mi.il   V. ii      ' lei irge.
A   BEAR   STORY and  il   ii  likely       thn!  on  hi-    return
II    P.   flutter,  iiaii-iimiiii  with Gore   from  'he eusl   Mr.  Walker,  the govern-
,V   McGregor's  pat'tv on  Sulmon  river,   mont   aireiil     "ill   nynibe    instructions
was  in    advance     ni a  |inrl>   of    s';\    '" uiiiki-  ihe proposed change.
when   lie  -ii "'lili'il   imo  a   lii'iu'-     i'ii.        v ■ i  "inii'   i'"i'  a   hotel   ',,     nccol   I
-av-      ili,.     Tribune,    lie   retreated   a-   date "i" guests  has been   shipped  il    '■>
quickly  ns  man  usually  does  in    such   I'orl I »je.   The accommodation will
predicament   ami     turned   in   the    lefi    be provided under canvass iill :\ bnild-
of a  live,    llu- bear,  frightened mil  ,il    "i-  can  In   erecttvl.  when   a   hotel  with
home,   popped  mu   uiinotired   from   hi-   "•">  rooms  wiil  I,.- -, I.     The        ,!i
hibernating     quarters, made a detour   has gone in  including    lief, waiti
,,f  ihr  -nine   live  ami      ram.'  fare     to    and  book      keeper.      V.  i ■   n     help
fan' *-ilh his disturber.     The    meeting   will  be    employed.   Tl lunager    is
was pathetic,  suys  Rulter, and  savor-   John T,  Carter,  of  ihe II inion IIo-
cd  uflhe  ridiculous  as  lhe  bear  Htood   tel,  of  Seattle,   Edwurd  Roberts    will
up on hi-  haunches, oecusionalyy  rub-   1"' hotel clerk and cashier.
question,w   ith   his  snowshoes  entbedd- | 	
awakened, nol -i\ feet away from him
lielreal I'm' Knurr uai out of llle
question, wiih his Roowshoes embedded in snow and bush partly surrounding him. The brai ranc closer. Rulter clutched hi- small iim'. and ihe
encounter commenced. Fencing with
paw and axe continued for ten min -
ules until eventually both rolled over
in one huge ball. When llle remainder
of the party came up they found Rut-
ler in ihr embrace of the bear rasping for breath bill ihe bear dead. A
blow on ihe temple from Km ler bad
despatched  ihe brute.
HAD LAND SPECULATIONS
An American investor who put 330,-
ihiii into slaking laud near Fori George has just come out an angry and
disappointed man. lie -ays lie organised a syndicate in which the widow's
mile figured prominently, and instructed a land expert (o slake him about
ten thousand acres of lund. Me instructed thai the land was in be as
near Knit George as possible, oi ihe
description known as second rlass. ||,>
figured mil his profits by the hundred
p.-r renl. and Weill in recently to spy
out the land which was to realise him
all his dream nf weattl i When he got
to Fort George he claims he found
that his estate consisted of high and
dry benches, jack-pine gulches und
Hals, and that llir whole lot would
hardly feed a goat. Now he threat -
en- t,, -ne the staker for damages
and refund of all ihe money expended.
On ihe other hand lhe staker contends
he acted strictly according to instructions.
GOVERNMENT AGENCY
Vi. Y. Cooke is a candidate for the
position nf Government Agent here,
it is pretty certain, however, that Mr.
Walker, ihe presenl governmenl agent
al hWkorville, and who is an exerll -
cut niuu fm- ihe position, will be moved over here, so lhal no knew appoint
inenl will lie made.
Premier    MoBride,  II,him   I'.     Taylor
and   I'rirr   Ellison  are CV| tod   ln   pay
a  \i-ii   to  Fort    0 t.e    next     week,
when   ihey   will   be  ballqllellrd  and   the
occasion «ill be 11 big time.
Two sash and door faclmies  will  be
built,   one   by    Ihr        Vellowhead       l'i
Lumber Company and another by Mr,
Dean. The Vellowhead I'.i i company
ii. also building another mill.
■ I. I.abnrthe proposes putting in i
sawmill in cul 10,000 feel ■■! lumber
pr,   daj
Th" Vo tural !!■■ ource ?ecurli Co
havo -ri ured thr land bolween their
Central Em i Goorgo Tow n i'r across
ih" Grand Trunk location line to lhe
\"li,i"i river,  where  thej   will    build
wharves  and  landing    ac om d ition
for lie -ii unbonl - whii h u 111 rail
i lor...
Felix    llulin.iii.    nf    Spokane,    lio
Thi miniature range ride competition which closed on Thursday, May
5th, resulted as follows:—
1st.—Lance Corp. Allan, psir gold
mounted Olivia vases.
2nd—Sergt. D. Smythe, 22 calibre
miniature rirle.
3rd —Lieut. C. A. Harte, 22-calibre
miniature rifle.
A new competition commenced on
Thursday night last on tbe miniature
range at the Drill Hill, and a* before
a weekly prize will be given lor the
highest -cue mude. each week and
three prizes for the highest aggregate*
at tbe clase of the competition. The
competition closes June 23rd. Competitors must bave shot at least live
lines during the competition. Rules
governing the competition are pceted
iu the Drill ball.
The following are the results of first
sli nl May 12th -
l'ie. Campbell     26
Sg'. Smythe     25
Lieut. Harte     24
Capt. Smith     23
Sgt. Garner     23
Lance Corp. Overton     23
Pte. W. Watson     23
Corp. Meek     20
l'te. KobbinB     18
L.-Corp. Duff     12
The following is the result of the
Practice Shoot on the I'pper Range
April 30:—
200
Corp. Macdonald 28
Pte Venables ...   27
Pte. Duff 25
Segt. Garner....  27
Pte. Paskins 23
Corp. Meek 18
Pte. Campbell 24
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Sergt. Smythe.
Corp. Aldridge.
H. B. Stouex   .
Corp Overton
Pte. Taylor 18
Pte. Woods    22
M A V   7 1 11
Pie. Veonablea     iiii
Pie. 1 mtl  :io
Pte.   I'ackin- ,28
Pte. Campbell       2:1
Capt.   Smith       .   21
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25
lil
7
600
16
19
28
24
26
24
lil
21
lil
20
'.I
8
4
total
77
76
74
71
68
68
06
till
64
59
46
33
/inir in  hrrr  with  ili"     intention    of
building a  two storey hotel,
Mr. Gnskill  1    pulling in   1  tolcpl
l"i"  nm tli i'imiii  i.n lie,   in I  H III  r\;
tend   ii  east   in   iln.  Vellowhend   I1
1 lli'i'l     " Ilh    llir    tolcpl  - M
iin111   IIdmonton.    I!" ovpei ts  to
 1 ii in  it ion i"'i iM'i'n  i  .11
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1 I   ■    Natural    I,',    .mu. i'     I'.i.
uiv o| eitdii im    for
iivoniei I..    Inii
1 1".    \ ,1
nl  book I   a 111   |)o    1 nl   in.
\    "I I   i    in  Im Iiiiii 1 .  early
date
^     lin; Natural   Roiouro
Sgt, Smythe
I'   ip. I Ivri'liill
II. 11 Stone*
I'tc. MuHiolliiiid
I, Corp.Allan
r.i 1, Robbing ...
Pte. Taylor
Pic. Woods	
27
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25
28
I I
lb
12
1.".
211
•i.i
20
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Hi
n;
24
2.'.
2H
21
26
I'd
21
16
12
6
18
ll
12
83
Bl
80
78
75
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52
15
10
22
Coming [vents
■lune 8—Canada's     famous   comedian,
"Jimmy   Pax"   nnd   his   stnr  Co.,
in  New   I' I'    ri   '■ ir"iirc.
'■I       !4— riii  i'"'l   Ringers,  The
fammi-    I    1 '.     i .   !' Ilioo
Theatre.
May 27—The    Scottish  Prima  Donna,
Mi I. a Id .I.  .i'.d   Con-
'-i'. Com] iny, Kdisoa Theatre. l>a." n
THE MAIL-HERALDEEVELSTOKE, B- C
SATURDAY, MAV  II. 1910.
!
New Showing of Summer Sunshades
Inspection alone will convince you that our
Dainty Parasols are easily the best value
ever shown in the City.
Lawn Waists
$2.00 [/awn Waists
;it $1.25
*1.50 Lawn Waists
at $lJiii
White Lawn Waists, eml
roidered
fronts, Collars attached,
trimmed
with   lucks   ami   lace,   new   full
length sleeve.
Read
all   new,
makes.
Millinery
a few of the bargains
stylish,   this  Spring
below—
s  latest
15 regu
Sale Tahlt
ar $5
and $6 trimmed hats on
Your choice for *3.00
10 Regular $7.50 and $9.00
hats.                  . ..On Sale Table
trimmed
for $5.00
Entirely
■ new
and exclusive designs.
E. A. Bradley wua a visitor  to  Ci.l-
guy thin weeK.
.1.   MiMiirlin,
1„   lhe   local   .'I
In   \ r II    IM
llllll.
Mrs.    Slurk,
Mrs.  Vi.  M.  Ai
nesdtiy,     Mn)
Wednesday.
■Hector
of L'Usloins
atom  house,  lias
a   few   weeks    on
Mrs.   Bradshaw,
isley,   will   re eive
25th, instead    ol
e, llle
relief
lll.l
A  dan"
,11    lie
.veil   111
lhe      (In
Come   Early,   as at   These   Bargain
They Will  Not Last Long
Prices
REID 0% YOUNG
Born
—
BOBBIN'S   Ai   Rovolstoke,
Mn>   11th,
1010. to Mr. and Mrs. S.
i.. Ifohbins
a son
Spring Tonics
Wii
$1.00 a Bottle
Pre   rlptioB
Bews' Drug Store
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Cl' It. telegraph oft ices are receiving n new coat of paint, which
greatly adds to the appearance of the
block.
Halley's comet is visible now in the
eastern sky shortly before Biwrise.
The best time for viewing the celestial
visitor being about t a m.
Here is one business man's Sew
dear's resolution :
Early to bed, early to rise—
Work like thunder and advertise.
1!, II. Tiueiiian, the well known
photographer, will pay a business
visit to Revelstoke on May 16th, when
his studio will be open to the public
for about ten days.
James Eaddy, a oar cleaner in the
C. P, R. yards at Moose Jaw, fill
under an engine that he was trying to
board. Tbe engine and two ol the
cars passed over him, completely
severing   both   legs.      He   was dead
when picked up.
i
l       Dominii in Govi
i .il     Yale nnd  Ivootei aj   into     i
separa11 ra
charge     of lion   I    Vi,   \  '
;: -    ' bl     '" ■' -mm
!..    . re and  pro\   "
foi    '•   Publi    v n"'
probably be moved bael
The CP.R. steamer Rosslan
again running on the Arrow l.ak
place of the steamer Mint", whicl
been running during the «
mi uths. The Rossland baa
overhauled ami painted, and
first class shape for the summer tr
which is expecti
are iu "the know     :     be  very   heavy,
this year.
At  tbe    W. C. T ' i
Carman,   Manitoba    il   n .
iueuii- I tha   •
»sk:i ig   thi   ,
, • , >
i .
ential deput
wait u|
I
f,.  - regard • ■--   I pn
V.I. ■   ■■
li    -    i i   ,
i       •
cat;.!.
bis ■ ip
PURITY   FLOUR
To those who have not yet given Purity Flour a trial we
would suggest you doing so if you wish to procure the best
as we absolutely guarantee every sack. Your money refunded if not just what we represent it to be.
TEA  AND  COFFEE
We have a full stock of the leading lines in Teas and
Coffees and can offer you the best values on the market,
ranging in price from $1 per lb. to 3 lbs. for $1 as a special.
A. HOBSON. BAKER & GROCER
House mi Mn\ 2-1 th, under the nils-
pices of the baseball and lacrosse
elubs,    Particulars  later.
All   ilir eity   hotels    report   a    large
amount     of      trunsieut   business    ibis
week, which is sleudilj  increasing, and
n  verj   busy  summer in  tourist   traffic .
is imi i, ipated.
A speeial song service "ill bo rendered bj the members ol the Baptist
ing the oeeasion ol lhe anniverstirv ol
church choir mi Suuduy uveniiig, tail llllivli.
W, Bews lefl for N'elson ou Thursday morning to attead the Annual
Methodist Conference boing held there.
Me is representative of the Methodist
denomination  in   Itevelstoke.
\V. H. Piatt, manager of Molsons
Bank, has taken the house ou second
street belonging to B. It. Atkins ai.d
now occupied by Mr. Grant, who i-
leaving for Kamloops.
R, W. Hacgen has again joined the
sta 1 of the Dominion Survey under J,
E. Ross, D.L.S. The party is uow
working at the northern extremity of
the railway belt up the North Tbiunt.-
bou River.
'I'lie Methodist Confere  has appointed Hcvt T. Vi. Hull. ..I' Revelstoke, to Carman, near Chilliwack.
Kev, .1. I'. Dimmick is appointed ,■"
Itevelstoke, and Hex. I-'. S. Okell reappointed  In Trout  I,like.
A. .1. Mnrllnnrll, William Fleming,
John Meek, William Watson, Frank
llolten and Douglas Campbell, ol Revelstoke,  are    appointed  commissioners
lo  lake  affidavits   under   Ilie    election
acl.
Your Insurance
Is  one of   the   most   important   items
in your business
LET Kootenay Agencies, Ltd*
Look after this branch of your business
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, LTD.
Successors to Kincaid & Anderson
■-  I be ''.
I
injur-
the (ixplod-
Bfl    tl   '
■
:   ■
now
SOCIAL UNO PERSONAL
j tin Mondiiv night n bud bush lire
i took place at Beaton, endangering the
lown aud threatening R, Guntt's
residence. The residents turned out iu
force nml only their united efforts and
hard work avoided serious results.
Owing to the broken shutter iu the
biograpb machine at the Edison, do
inoviug pictdres were shown this
\ieek. On Friday and Saturday last
the pictures were run without a -butter. It i> hoped to resume the performances on  Monday.
Jno. Siiundi rson has received a letter
from Sam Hill who is now on a visit
to England and Ireland. Sam felt
like one lust iu the crowded streets of
Liverpool and expressed a desire to
again have his feet planted ou tbe
s >il of Uritish Columbia.
V Madilaluii and Miss Y. Krminond
were married on Thursday, the cere-
innin being performed by Rev, Father
Coccola at the home of the bridegroom, Th,- bride i- but recently from
Italy. The auptial celebrations were
Ikepl up by the friends ,,f tlie newly
married  couple till a late hour.
A party of Provincial Government
surveyors passed through lasl ni^'lit
from the south en route for Ashcroft
from   "liirli  place  they  will   travel    to
Fort   i. Lre   to  commence  operations
is!   along  the  Frnser river,
Lhe Government reserves for
livision.   The party consisted    of
V. Coryell, who is in charge, 1". Coi
yell,   II,   II,,line-,  W.  .1. Jones  and    C,
il
A. M. Pinkham, of the law fnui of
Harvey,   MeCarter  &    Pinkham,  is
leaving Golden next week to reside
permanently in Calgary, where he lias
accepted tbe position ol manager for
llrituli Canadian Securities Limited,
ol Vancouver. Mr, B, S. MeCarter
will continue in the I llice occupied by
r'n .n the I.O.O.F. building, and
iJ arranging tn  make periodical visits
ben—star,
i Ieorge Walker,   Ol veil.iiii nt   agenl
Id  I Ii mmlsaioner f"r  the dm-
I Bui ken ilie, was on a   visit  to
Wl 'lie -'lay   call ng   "li
I  Irii mI ■! b i .-.im,ilu■• ui.   Mi,
Icei  .- 'I.   i,i«  way   iu»t   on   bis
tyi      He is a native son ol Oaii-
iml   highly   e.irenidl   in    that
n.    Mr.  Walki ■   preei Qted   Mr.
Sanderson irith a beautiful  gold  scurf
pin made Irom h > uggel oi gold which
"It ll      I    ' MU      ,-M ■ ,.„,
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.ii,   thru    I >CO,1
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lull
I! I.C., tl      lOifa
I '.I
!      Mn
Bargains
Many of our friends look advantage of last
week's sale to make their dollar almost do the
work ol two dollars, and we are going to give
you another opportunity, equally as good, this
evening, from 7 o'clock till closing time. We
would advise you to he early, for in some
lines the quantities are limited.
White   Wear
.lust at the season >'ou need it.    A lot of Skirts,
Gowns and Drawer",   Jtfter Supper Sale at
Half.Price
Dress Skirts
A nice assortment of Black, Navy, Brown and
Green, in   Venetians  and   Panama.   Regular
Prices 87,50 to $10. Jtfter Supper Sale Price
$5.00 Each
Shoe Sale
We are putting OUt several lines in shoes that
will prove money savers. Look at theses—
Strong School Shoes made of solid leather
that will give the besl of  wear,   Sizes S, I), and
10, ut fl per pair.
Strong School shoes, same as above, but in
the larger sizes, 11, Y2, Yd, 1 and 2, Price $1.25
Ladies' Shoes and Slippers.    A   lot  of odd
sizes and kinds,   These are a snap at $1 a pair
Ladies' Sailor Hats
Black, Navy, Green  and   White.     A good serviceable knockabout hat.   Jtfter supper sale
Price 25c. Each
Silk Gloves
A lot of splendid Silk Cloves, Black and White.
, length.     Jtfter  supper  sale   Price   75c.
Lots of Other Bargains at All Times at
F"OR C    O   D   D GOOOS.
Seeding Time is Here
We have a lull line of Garden and Field Seeds iu
slock. Onion Sets, Clover and Timothy, Sweet
Pens. Nasturtium [and oilier seeds in bulk, also a
quantity of Lawn Grass Seed.
G. W. Bell
O. Box 208
GROCER & BAKER
Phone No. 23
Children's Wash Dresses
A nice range oi these Suits for ClHdrcn
fi mu 1 yeai up to 13 years of age, pnsfty de-
-.1.,ns and patterns. ANo infants ptotltcs*
Vour inspection invited!
MRS. A. G. CRICK
OPPOSI I I   WINDSOR HOTEL
THE FRUIT SEASON IS HERE
Fresh   consignment  of Dried  Fruits
and Fruits in Tins at  Attractive Prices
Ordera Promptly Delivered,
McIntyre   & Son

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