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Vol. 17—No.   63
REVELSTOKE. B. C. AUGUST 12   1911
$2.50 Per Year
1RST QUALITY TOOL5
IT DOES NOT PAY TO BUY POOR TOOLS. THEY
NOT ONLY "GO WRONG," BUT THEY AGGRAVATE
THE MAN WHO USES THEM.
YOU WILL LOSE YOUR TEMPER IF YOU USE POOR
TOOLS: BUT YOU WONT LOSE YOUR TEMPER IF
YOU USE OUR TOOLS, BECAUSE THEY ARE PROPERLY TEMPERED.
WE HAVE THE "EDGE" ON THE HARDWARE
BUSINESS IN THIS TOWN. BECAUSE WE SELL THE
BEST AND DO NOT OVERCHARGE THOSE WHO GIVE
US THEIR CONFIDENCE.
SEE OUR STOCK IN ALL KINDS OF TOOLS FOR
THE MECHANIC. FOR THE HOME FOR THE GARDEN
AND FOR EVERYONE.
YOURS FOR   THE   " BEST   GOODS."
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dwareCo.Ltd
awrence naraware
Plumbing and Tinsmithing
AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY
BETS fflUIlL GRANT
City Council Gives $250 to Kelp
Along the Fall FaiP—Goodcuu-a tV
Business Meeting Held
The Agricultural Boeiety was given
a grant of $250 lust night at the
regular meeting of ttie council, mil
ilm Water .t Light committee waa
given Instructions t<. look into the
mutter of extending the |>ower lini
to tine grounds with power to act,
which means thai there will be plenty of light and power at tli.' oxhllri-
tlou grounds on fair Jay for all exhibition   purposes.
The council had a lot of work before tbeni when they met last night,
but this wus gone through vi rj expeditiously largely due to the fact
thai bhe various committees had been
busy between meetings umi had
brought >n their recommendations in
iv milliner that tbey could he acted
upon in one way or another by the
council as a whole.
A communication was received from
the Pacillc Pipe Co., asking for a
memorandum of the amount of pipe
on hand for the buil.ling of tbo second Hume at ttie pow.r plant, and
the mutter wns hnniled over to A.l
i . ... n n for reply.
Dr. McLean wrote asking the coun
eil to grant  hnn lea **■ • I abs ni b aa\
Medical   Health  ollicer  as  he  intends
taking n holiday to the .ast, leaving i
here on     August 2Uth.   1 be    reijueBl
was granted ami Dr.  Hamilton    was
appointed to look after bis work dm
Ing his absence.
A bill from Footo .**.• Pradolini amounting to $221,115 tor work in con
ncction with tlie power plant was ordered paid, while a e load bill of $1
was laal a.-a.ie. ,i hen.: the opinion
of the council that li was the business of Mr.  Sinclair to  paj   that.
A communication waa received Irom  Graham, Comaplix;
Mr. K. Trimble to the effect that the   Arrowhead,  and  T..f
fur their attention  to  their Jul ies.
It was moved that Mr, Stein be
paid the .sum of $a0 on account, ami
Aid. MeKinnon took occasion to .all
the attention of the oouncil to the
fact thut here it was the middle of
August and the half-yearly audit had
not yet been  .ommenced
Aid. Cowan as a private citizen,
i* attention of the council
to the fact that be was required to
remove his telephone lines from the
lane through the Court House
grounds owing to their Interference
with building operations there, and
asked who should he required to hear
the cost of the removal. The city
had given him the use of Ihe lanes
and he did not think it was up to
him to hear tlle expense. The counoil will look into the matter and see
if tbe lane has been legally closed,
and appointed the city clerk and the
city solicitor to get the necessary Information,
The council took occasion to lind
fault with the delays on the part of
the city solicitor in connection with
the consolidation bylaw and the sewer bylaw. It scorned tr them that
there had been a number of raises in
the cily payroll this year ami for it
they wero not getting uny better ser-
Vioe  than any  previous year.
Council adjourned at ahout eleven
o'clock.
DELEGATES AFPQiHTEC
Those who will Attend Conser-
vativi! foiivedtior *■* Nelson
BANFF-WINDERMERE
TD BE
Imperial Bank of Canada <j>
Head Otlice— Toronto, Ontario. V
CapUal Authorized
Capital Subscribed
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
$10,000,000.00
5.913,000.00
5.793,000.00
5,79S,j00.00
At a splendid meeting o! the Can
trai Conservative Association ut
Rovelstoke district held nt Arrowhead .m Wednesday, at whieh seventeen dele :.ilis were present from all
over lho district, the following were
elected to represent the party at the
Central convention to be lield at Nel-
saii on Thursday next, August Uth:
vv. it. iteid, Arrowhead; John Bland
Galena Hay; K. Edge, Beaton; (leo.
H. B. Wallace,
Wadman,  Rev-
Branches nr Ari nts nt nil principal points In Canada.
A ;e- n ■'• u -ii uiu nm! United States—London, England,
Lloyds Bank, Limited, OhiNigr*-First National Bank, Corn Exchange National Bank. Seattli -Seattle National Bank, BanFran-
cisco—Wells Fargo Nevada Nation.' R-m-ii Spokane—Exchange
National Bunk.
§?>vtoge Bank Department
Deposits iif $1 and upward, '., and Interest allowed at
current rat" from da,V oi deposit.
UoLTespondence unllolted.
?     Revelstoke Branch—A. B. McCtenoghan, Mgr.    J
60<HKKKKXH>0^C><>0^<K)^0-0<KKK>0
(    | Ladies' Summer Wear at Cost
In order to make room for Fall Goods, have decided to sell Summer stock of Ladies' wear
at a great reduction in price.
Mrs. A, G, Crick • First Street
nan .mrxTrtimr-mTiQ .*.-..£.
government   intended   putting    In    a elstoke.
sidewalk on Hth street. Alternatives—Sam   Irvine,    Arrow-
The petition ol Mr. ii. S. MeCarter i*...*i;  Ran,! CHbhona,  Plngston Greek;
and     others tor     a cement  Bldewalk Robt.  Smith.  St.  Leon; Wm.  Strut.
from 3rd to Mh streets was discussed Beaton  and W. S, Rennle.
at length, the council being much In The meeting in Selkirk Hall     last
favor of having the petition recalled nl*ghl  was largely attended    an.l the
and   au   thei*   petition   ; resented   ask- following  were a|.p..int"d  from  Hevvl
tog for the Bame  sidewalk nil      the stoke:—R.  D.  Maodonald,  J,   K. Mc-
way     from 2nd sire, t to 8th Btreet. Lean, D. R. Blacklock and F. Young,
The council as a whole did not think Wiih  alternatives  ae   follows:—Peter
lit   would .look   well   to   leave   a patch Hooley, Tins.  Downs and Wm. North
of plank walk riuht iu the centre of 	
the city, and aci or ling*ly the t* llow
mm gkme mim
Moved by Aid. Cowan, se ond 1 by j
Aid. MeKinnon, that whereas a peti
tion has been presi nt.-.i fi i the c. n
structloo of a eement walk from 3rd
street to Mh street, and whereas the
city council would Aeem it betl
lay the walk (rom iai street to sth
tiM.'t.  therefore be  it  res,,he.)    that
the city council ask the     petitioners leK ""' ''"'is;  •>» August 8th,
to with.halt tlio.i* petition and    pre- be In  this city   on  August r.'th, and
sent another to cover the area favor- will   play  our   Junior  lacrosse  team
ed by tbc council. In one of ihe beet  exhibitions of la-
A  petition for a plank walk    from crosee that it  has ever been  th*' ex
Uiul to 3rd struts alongside tin  drill perience ul  local sports   to see      in
hall was ordered built. their own city.   The Bapperton's are
The Fire, Water &. Light committee the champion Junior team of   B. 0.,
re..',.rumen,led  that   0.   North   he    ap- and  the   fact   that   Itevelstoke    has a
I ted  superintendent uf  the  power team of which everybody is      proud
plant and oity eleOtriOten a! a sal„iy SSUreB io the public one of th.. very
of $150 per month; that the petition besl exhibitions of the fast uud fur-
..( i nrmlcbael, Parker and others foi loue game that could possibly be ar
watei on lots l 6, block 12, and lot s, anged, and this more baoause lbe
block a he granted; that a* Q. Duck local boys hav • i y.t b en heat-
he allowed ., neu ball thrust bearing i. mil are determined bo sustain
for the power house which the com- t • lr record.
mittce hud  taken  tie*  liberty to urd- Thc     Visiting     team ia ou u tour
Sapperton Juniors wiil Flay Local
Champions
The   Sapperton   lacrosse  team whieh
will
at om
■anctl ned.
AH ,,[ which the council
,i
BISCUITS! BISCUITS I
Fresh stock of Christie's Sodas, Arrow Root,
Sultana antl Marsh Mellow Biscuits just in.
Prices Right.
Eastern Molasses Snaps made from highest
grade materials, only 15c. per lb.
We get regular shipments Perrin's & Ramsay's goods.
JOHN McINTYRE & SON.    Pn. 03
The   application ••!    Metsi *  Sued
ham and Daniel* for watei at an ap-
:   i committee
could not h.-o It tr      to re-
t-hroui h the fnterioi and ta playing
Kamloops, ', el :** ti \i m iti ong, Mm
• ton i '.ty and a     number ol     othei
in a.l l tioii to Revolstoke and
tt is as ui, ,l ih i every effort will be
: one    ol
commend from a revenue    producing place   thi wj  bt t  In lacroi e thai
1 t  *•! view, and more particularly ••  I    In tholi   powei
owing to the loci  thai  the  work  be     The Bappertonn hnve enrolled   tbe
lol a t,*ii,i*ii a.   oat i  *    1*1 venue lollowin-g   plnycri     .;.   \ikm on,    A.
Ifrom ihis outlay ol ji"" ■■•■••.,,f   only Brown, B, t'nmcron, *t   Ohamhers, B.
Housewife's Favorite Brands
Robin Hood Flour
Jacob's Dublin Biscuits
Bell Blend Tea
Bell's No. 1 Java and Mocha Coffee
G. W. BE I.L
P. O   Box 308
GROCER & BAKER
Phono No. 33
he ahout >_••> pei year, the committee
■
The report ol tbi     committee wan
i i ptad in toto.
M,*w I   ti} OB led       hy
MeKinnon, that Mr. Needham ho hup
plioil  with  water  and  that tin*    com
niitt"i- take up with      Mr.  Kilpatrick
the I. i-t. i ol fui nl Mng the water to
Ml.   Ilani.l
The l'uhiic Works commlttei  report
Preedham,   \* i^eilll     J, Garrett, D,
iiuii,   \. Hume.     ii. Johnson,     W.
Mitchell and  t.*  Nolson,   They are In
i barge of Joseph Oameron and Prank
li. Innee.
The ndiiii-Mion fee will be BO cents,
and   there   ih   little   iloiiht.  lull.      that
every person     whom   the committee
i, , *.  ,, •   i in* nlu  in   hand  ap
,..    he* will he willing to purchase
,, ,  in,.i  Hi.  tickets In the in*
■ I that  it had settled for tbe cement j terestfl of    porl
The lisl  of   local
ildewalk ..a Becond street     opposite
that
thc contract lot the construction ol
the e.riiMiii walk ..r..iin.i the Kiuk
BMward bote! ha I  been let to Foote
,*   I'l rdolltti i***i   foot     *n
ilk, oil 81 .mii' pel tool
in the , in i*. thai tei let had i mo
called fo rock and   lot to
Davidson ,v HiUman al M eenta    u j bw tlm fiimi.
..nd, and also thai the    committee
• .illation     of
about  live Hush tanks at a cost   ot
playei    will be    .-.*u In ncxl
in •, lew of there In Ing no half holl
i.iv on Wednesday afternoon nozi on
a.,,.nnl   ol  il   being   pay day it mirhl
not be out .rl order il the merohaots
of then own volition clowd up their
stores on Thursday atternoon for a
couple of hours In order thai they
ra    .mh and  iheir omployi       i an
Bevetrtr I house io in i n Plrsl
trMt, 116 poi  month,   Apply vv. B,
i  ..! how- [ HoherlBon.
,i pipe   The committal reports wart    Moving pictures ut the litiihon tbc-
miupUd and the OJ»;or tbankvJ them j atre tonight.
W. W. Foster with Party Goes
Over Proposed Route—-Construction will be Inexpensive
The Provincial Government hnn decided to go right ahead with the
proposed Banfi-Wlndermere road, and
for thut purpose VV. W. Foster, Deputy Minister of l'uhiic Works, together with Assistant Engineer 1
Koi'.l.- and Captain M. McCarthy and
Wife of New York, havo for the past,
week or so heen going over the proposed route with a view to taking
levels und grades. Mr. Foster arrived here on Wednesday and ill au inter
view spoke most enthusiastically lot
the project. The undertaking menus
a whole lot of expense and a lot of
hard Work, hut the ultimate result
will he something worth while, be
said, for it will run through some of
the most picturesque scenery Imaginable. The trip over the proposed
road was made ou horse back, starting from Castle mountain near Banff
in August 1th at I o'oloek. Her
the elevation was found to he 4,G00
feet and the passage for the lirst little way out wus found to he very
difficult owing to the Hooded condi
tion ,,f the Bow river, the horses having to swim the Btritiin with the
riders aboard. After a passage was
made a small burnt timber area was
gone through to Vermilion Pas and
to the summit of lhe i'ass, which
showed an elevation of S,,,iM feet the
grade was most eas, and natural.
Down, the I'ass the party went along
the Vermilion nvei* between Vermil
ion park and Mt. Whympcr, n (list -
am*,, of 11 miles from Castle Mountain. Splendid timher was found lo
be in abundance here, while open
grass glades abound aion^ the river
bunks. "The road through hero
would permit of splendid observation
ol the mountains and their glaciers"
say.-   Mr.   Foster's  notes.
Next morning the party passed the
entrance to Prospect Valley through
which, via tlie Opabin Pass, Lakes
Hector and U'I Lira can be reached
passing through huge snow fields and
glaciers. Here Tokum Creek, supplemented hy several tributaries, ho
comes a stream of considerable si/.e,
while the country developes lnw op
en park-like land thickly Carpeted
with grass in open spaces and m-OSS-
eovered timher. Further on the riv
er runs through a narrow gorge o
canyon where all trace of a trail i
lost, and again the valley opens up
into park-like stretches, where the
party camped tor bhe night at thc
junction with the Simpson i'ass. Ascending the right side of bbe pass, a
magnificent view of Vermilion Pass
was obtained to the rear, and passing through a growth ot young tim-
' ber the Kootenay Valley wrth thc
Beaverfoot range on thc opposite
side tame inlo view. The elevation
| here was 3,D0u feot.
tlir the fifth day out Sinclair I'ass
was reached, and here magnificent
Bcenery prevails. The grade is heavy
in places, but at. the summit of the
pass n beautiful emerald-like lake exists. Fruit also abounds, in the
Sinclair I'ass, straw lorn* s of large
size, raspberries, gooseberries, Baska-
loou and mountain berries abounding
oil   all   soles.
Descending tbo Blnclalr i'ass far
ahead could he seen the Columbia
Valley, bbe ground in this district be
Ing very rough and preolpitoUs, The
canyon of Sinclair gradually closes
until the river runs between walls 1*00
:, mi high, ih.' otitis of whioh are cul
Into [antai' Ic shapes, and the i ock
of which is all bright red. "Tins tru
ly     remarks de     canyon," saj    I he
notes, "ia pi" nal. I, wn In,ul a p.*ei
in the World." Following this can
i.n the Purooll range api ears on the
i ,* Ida of the (kilumt Is river, then
Sinclair hoi  springs attributed      hy
ibe Indian   fi om t one Itnroei al to
have  wonderful     curat Ive pi opi 11 ,.* i,
Tin* view from tbe gra sy plateau ov
11 looking   the springs   is enchanting
Hie Slnclali  i Ivel canyon with Beaver
loot   i.,ni... iu ihe background to tbe
east, and tho Columbia Vnllej to tba
west,   From the Columbia \ alley the
ii ip wus    made   by wagon to Athcl
mn, a distance ol ton union.       Tins
ion.I    tuns      uoi Hi   lo   Goldon       and
until to Cranbrook.
Summing up thc trip,    Mi.  Fo ter
"Apart Irom th   gl I **• i»i c •
through   magnificent  soonery       from
li mi   to iho existing ten miles     ol
i ,,;1(L   iln*   Vermilion   Vallej ,   i|,e Koo
in.,*. \ .iii.*-*, and the Blnclalr Valli i
Rre i Ich In (mil and flowon . while
game, Including moose, deer and
hem abound, The grades are easy,
and owing i" tbe physical features ol
iho country toad making would be
comparatively Inexpensive, the most
difficult plan being the west Hide ot
the Blnclalr Pass,
HeriPg pictures tonight,
Stoves! Ranges!
McClary's Stoves
Kootenay Ranges
Saskalta Ranges
Sunshine Furnaces
amel and Tinware
We  can  supply    your
wants in the above  lines
with the best Goods made
     I Canada.
Sherwin Williams Paints, Oils. Varnishes, etc. It
pays to use good Paints.    \\ e sell them.
Fishing Tackle, Rifles, Shot Guns, Ammunition and
other Sporting Goods. We are leaders i .* ..and also
carry a very largestock of < leneral Uun v i re, Tools of all
kinds, etc.
Harness. Whips. Horse Blankets, Lap Robes.
Crockery and Glassware.
BOURNE  BROS.
Stoves,
Plumbing
Robbie's Thanks
Thc Selkirk Grace
Sume haejmtat an' carina eat
An* some \va«i eat that want it,
But we hae meat that we can eat
An' sae the Lord be thankit
Use Shamrock Brands
BURNS  HAMS, BACON. LARD
P. Burns C& Co. Ltd.
levelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
Distributors toi Swift's Products
All our choice fresh killed
Bei *'. Pork, Mutton, Veal,
Lamb and Poultry are kept
in our m v.' Cold Storage
1 oms and displayed
in the shop for sale in  Re-
')JT7)  fn'gerating Glass Counters
,i/>--;^  and   Window.    We   handle
!*   "z\ nothing but Swift's Government i'i?!*. cted meats, silver
eaf lard, Premium hams &
bacon.
Mstoke loat Market, Ltd.
11 igh Cl vss Meai  Pi r\ eyoks
Phone 251 P. O. Eox 181
In the Twilight
of Life
There is nothing that can please the old folk* to
much as a
Prices from $15.00 up.    Easy payment*.
Over 3000 selections to choose from.
H nr the good old songs of heart and home sung
hy leading artists, at our store.
Nor' West Talking Machine Co, Ltd.
P.E.vr.LSTOKE,   B. C
Win ' '   ' lor Pi
nf Albert l olumlii i
A nnts Wanted      Liberal Discount
BE SURE  TO HEAR THE VICTROLA
Dmibl-widnt R«... J.
!'
1 SATURDAY,   AUGUST  12,  1911.
THE, MAIL-HERALD,   REVELSTOKE
HATHP-nAY,   AUCHTST  12,   liill.
GbcflDaiUlbcvato
PCUL1SHK1)   WEDNESDAY   AND
SATURDAY   AT
REVELSTOKE.  B.   C.
Jittcriov ipuLUisbm-j Coinpang,
Limited
£be flDatilbeiato
SATURDAY,   AUGUST   12.   1911.
e
%:
SDMEBOOV LIES IS
or
j
Theft from Engineer froma*th*jlrt°ria htTB
3 ii sporting house where
Three Valley
\\:,,    *       .......      mmi Bion  meetu
;n    Vancouver  on   \ .*-■*..-•.   31st,    here
are -  me    f thi    , lestions whieh will
:a- thresh ■; Some ..i these ma-
.■>■ •   this  distrit i,    and    if
;  •■   .....: . : .,    t,,...1 a  ,,i      Trade
...:.   strengthened      by
a  resolution from the
• in.-lit help some,     lit
the  Revelsrtoke organization
il Ij   interested in aecur-
. .,•     * ei-ght  rates, etc., (or tnin
:. ••     *   *   •     ■.. ,i    -  a   i. *mi ■•nl   mul
ter,  m .   ..  *.*  I...a  l- the    pur-
,   •• t-   *■:>'  eiistenc?. However,
..:.    the    , .,*■-; ions   with       which
thc Commission and the Board     will
grapple;
Application ol the  Board ol Trade COWlinQ FiDBll $50 Bflll COStS fltf
ol   \ ani    . ••       ii   ,u.  order directing 3
the C.P.K. tu.
. i . •■ .-• :; Dm making and charg-
f.^-.t.'i-f-.: :.,-.:*.m.ii.,i,n*_' lates on
g ids transported by BUch railway
from Vancouver, B.C., to points 1..
cateJ in British Columbia, Alberta,
Saskatchewan and Manitoba, "ii the
main line and on thf Crows Nest
branch line, as compared with tbe
rates char*.-*.-*! by BUch railway to tin1
same territory .lur the greater dis
tancej Irom Montreal, Quebec ami
points on tin- Atlantic Beaboard
Cease trom making and cbarg
y.g alleged discriminating (reiglil
rates on wheat and oats consigned
Irom A.MMta !•• tbe Pacific coast, as
compared with the charges i.n wheat
and **.it.- !*•! the greater distance;
irom points in the prairie provinc'/s
to Lake Superior.
t,c.i Cease Irom making and cbarg
Ing . •*.•! discriminating passenger
■ - to passengers in British Colum-
,i:i i especially commercial travelers, as c mpared with the passenger
r..*..*.~ ih irged by such railway in other portions ,.; Canada.
Have You Obtained Your Winter's
Supply of Coal Yet?
Remember the mines on the prairie have been shut down
now i'or nearly four months and the strike not yet
settled.    Order your coal now while you can net it.
BRIQUETTES $ 8.25 per ton
(a limited supply on hand)
COAL $10.25 per ton
(a limited supply on hand)
.  $11.00 per ton
=^
STOVE
WELLINGTON
(soft coal)
WOOD $7.50 per cord
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
J
Here   is  ..  sample  ol  the  patriotic
prattle tbat is being handed     out to
tbe Frenchman  down in the province
*.•; Quebec.     Says the once Postnmst
er-C«neral to his constituents:
"Do yoi: not feel a tbrlll of pride
at the thought that hereafter your
country will not have to rely upon
the bluejackets .•! the British navy
or the redcoats ol then' army tor
. The  naval  bill       was
the    greatest    measure enacted      by
Mr.    Brodeur.     The   original    navy
b.ll ,/    Sii  George     Etienne C-arbier
:...= been    modified,   and  now service
was  voluntary    instead  ol  compuls
, ry.     Mr.     Brodeur in 1902 bad buc
•      • ■ •:     with   Mr.   Chambci
>ne   •'■    the    most    remarkable
statesmen that    'ir.-at    Britain    bad
ever   ;: ... ■•..    but, Irom a colonial
;* .:.: ol view, one ol the most dang-
mberlain had brought
tbe question >.f     lireet contrlbu-
ivy,  by    thi
M:u.*jter   of   Maine   .ml   Sil     Wilfrid
had Buccee i\ ing  then      own
way, ' .... ''..:,.i*l.i was .;. a
tion  I ik  after  hers.-.!,       sh.
■   .*    i      . a '..an navj   owned
:nonue>l  by  Canadians
Canadian."
■  •      tla  '        ,...:■	
•
fl Cape the
t thi   mercy ol tbe ei
It      .3     '
Something happened on Tuesday
night in the city whereby a man
named Thus. Rice, un engineer at
Three Valley, lost all his savings,
consisting ol $154. He will doubtless
.:,'t >ni oi lf\2 back, and the person
who was found guilty ol getting some
ol that money with the evident iu-
trn11<,u of keeping it, paid n fine of
$5U and costs and Is a free man today.
The case, which was one ol the theft
of tlti, wus laid in separate informations against C.A.N. I'owcll, an employee in the Dominion Suwmills ol
tice ut Three Valley, uud Hicbaixl
Cowling, u bartender in tbe Climax
hotel. Somebody lied in giving evi-
dence was the opinion of Magistrates
Hamilton and Lawson, who tried the
cases uud that somebody was Hich
ard Cowling. In sentencing Cowling
to pay a line ol *r,ti and costs Magistrate  Hamilton suid:
"We belive, on tbe evidence tub-
niitte.l, that yon are guilty of the
theft,   but   there  are  certain  features
and yon keep three." Powell sai.l
"yes." Then I'owcll suiil "I will
take him down town." Then an
auto came up and the driver and
I'owcll loaded the drunken man m
tlle unto and dropped llllll outside
tiie   Victoria holel.
Alfred Heard  beatified to taking  the
two men down town, dropping    Rice
md  I'owcll    at
porting house where he vvas given
*»."> i.y Powell.
Wm. is;ins saw the three men down
town,
Thc mistress ol the sporting bouse
suid licensed had an American .Hi
bill out ul which he spent .fl for
'drinks and gave the auto driver a
•$5  bill.
Chief Parry told that alter warn
ing the licensed he hud voluntarily
told him thut he only hnd 15 cents
on him when he lirst went into the
Climax hotel and a lew coins, and
that, he had borrowed $HJ from fowling.
Powell on oath suid thut be liud
hei n in li. c. about two months, lie
hud seen Rico in the ollice and again
thut night, aud that Cowling the
bartender bad loaned bim $10 to go
down town, nothing whatever being
said about change,
Cowling being sworn denied lend
ing l'owell any money. "Rico got.
ifi of his money buck uud spent ,t in
drinks, then Cowling had given him
buck ilu more to go down town uiul
the other $12 was in the Bate for
him lo get hack yet. He swore that
what Powell and Constable Cleland
an.l Kennedy hud said under oatih was
la tlie case thut are out  of the oi-diii
ary.   There  is no doubt lint  that you absolutely   fulse.
look the money and  took  it       belore      Tbis ended  thc cuse  for  Powell and
witnesses  and   while  your   intentions Mr. U.  ri. MeCarter who was defeud-
inuy huve In-kb honest enough    when ing the accused asked for     dismissal
you    got  that      money,   your    subse ,,„  the ground lh.it   there was uo evl-
*liieut actions show that you did nol deuce against his client     ami      bhat
tuke cure of thc money as you should    'owi.ng had  perjured bimsell t<*    .*
have done; you  did  not   lock   it   up  in his own  skin.
the sale Ilka uu honest  man      would      Dismissal  was given and  thi
have done, but instead you were mak    used  warned t.*  lx   m. .   •
Ing  use of   u   for  yonr  own   purposes, the future.
On lhe other hand, hundreds of
railroad car in n ii.l, .* m.I several
stations ai'M practical!) in u slate of
siega, sti Ike , i *■ h i ivi ii in • l.\
i.*rce all attempts to hnn,ilt goods,
ll was the Inl ml Ion ol ttie -i .Iters
to tic up sti eel trallic nnl iss their
demands were cone *: ■!. Should tbey
he successful LiOlldi 11 WOlll I ', .' sei
lotisls near acl ml un no condil on i,
Th ' stre nu ol motui trm t ion today
was hardly hall the usual proportions
So short was bbe supply of petrol
that bun.Ireds of motor busses and
taxlcnbs wore until le to move a
wheel.
The trouble with th ! cr .1 p. rt. rs
was settled at n hoard of trade ct n
ference this aftern. nil. Tbe demnnda
of the lightermen u tl carm; n re
main to be adju iti il The t loops a!
Aldei'shot are held in r mliness thru'
lhe day  to proeei il lo Umdon  if the
disturbances conl lime.
The neichborlii oil O'f the docks WRS
pracl ically un.l ir mob rule h ro n-
iv. There was a dwindling of 'food
Miippli.s. The in* ropolls has experienced something akin to whal nvicht.
happen if n hostile foreign force
should succcr ,1 in Interrupting Great
Britain's trade routes.
less Harris, ns "Skivers" ill the inusicnl
comedy success "Tlie I lower of the
Ranch," Kdison Theatre, Mon., Aug. .'1
McCOVKHN     NOMINATED
Ottawa, Aug, - II. G, McGovewi
was nominate*.'! by the Liberals to-
night .'is KiimIisIi candi,late, and .1.
A. I'litur.1 ms French candidate.
VAMiil'v l*:i( SOCIALISTS,
Vnncoui or,     B. B., Aug, il    toeltil
ists here have selected  K.T.   Klllgslcy
us their candidate.
©pan Ifoouse
l Night Only
Friday,Aug. ISth
MR.  PAUL GIUIORE
and   liis  company in
the English Society
Comedy-Drama
Mr. PaulGilmore is considered
une of the host actors on
tlie stage to-day
Reserved Seals. • $1 and $1.50
Admission. 75c
Plan at Macdonald's Drugstore
and we are convinced thnt  n  nothing
had Iiave been -md about the mattei
liice would never have Been any of
his money again. You were possibly
drunk and  did not  know  what
Tbe ... .   .,.* came   .
M\t      11!** till
■
Consta        •
n
were doing,    but  you  have    been    in
trouble  here  before and  your      pn .        -
ious     character  has   not   '■•••
plary.   When a lumhi t-jack
the city aud ban is h - mi *.*  • be
to a bartender to ki r him     it of tl •    -
should  be  consider, I as a trust.   A
regards your evidence    *
you gave >ii. ol  bhe money back   1
He*      .v.*  don't believe  ,t       Evldenc
has   beeu     given    to  Jhow
* ivi   tbat   HU  to  Powell.   Vi
that the    ire imstai oes wen , ■        -
.'**■.. .
• ■  a little clear
compunction  what
a straight   Jail  sentena
going     over  the evtdi * *
|   we feel like
Her,*   in                                       tbi ion *.f a line,   T *
id          :•■ iproeity:— court  Is    $50 and co I
:   McCumber, of     North  Da- months   u jail  with bard
•   • .      .. The  two cases   wel
 nn< iation ..-, tb.   logical itely,  that ...   I
conclu                  oiproctt)              Oa and tin* ev
. .   i lowed bj  ■
Ex-<3              v  li.  Bachelor,    Mew himself.
liim^,.              |   — fhos   Rice,
,ia>  foi  tree l
COCKERS ON STRIKE
Unless Negotiations Are Made
Troops Will fie Called Out
MR.PAUL GlLMOfcE.
I N    THE   - f-
MuMMyrn" HummingBird"
' > li^ot'rr)o<3e .
\W (JILWR&J
the II .' Opera House, Friday, Aug. 18
The uuly :.,.i   .ia;.   foi   free trade to
.!.-     n  uld  M  to let      tbt
Stai - trip Can ida,
Ttie  fcttll     B al  ti*<-   preM  is       an
■ . ■::.:....    an   ■■
.al irit. I       ..-, i
.*,'..,.*      iii .;..-
beat •:..-.* ui,     .:    a-   u
, Birtendld     an
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',   rk   American  thinks  it
s;*ii. • ida —
*
■ in....* '    the city with a
.   la
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kange *
.. , ,. . ii ■
that Pow
the cheque ..t the "      iui
aftei   leaving  tbe
■ tie yi-, *:
cy at the ti ink   .*    bee     ■
Bveni ■•'■'!    ■' '" ' :       '  ■'■ '■'' '     '■"   *** mk an .  . ie«  .    hlng till
tome  ,n.   That  will  bappe ,,,.,. up ,,, •,,,. ; *,. jtatlon,
war.t her,    Meantlnw fbc is,   -o   to    Wm.  Milt.tosh, a teanwUi
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•
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1
*.   time sbe is,    »0
speak, keeprtg    berwll    lot
colonial ' rape-
T1j» , Rec Pd Heral: bus no
• ;ii, ,ut the parting of the * o-
Tbe     ;-"p.     .cross  the line recog
ct« tb.it Canada is about to choose
between i an i Han and American    In
tfre6t       * *    . tw.s-n the Empire and
;he  Republic.
law
•a Rice ,-. *•• ' Sow ling • I.;.*.*  tin Mils   to
. *. |, ; i   :.,t.,, i i of which aftei
went for  drinks.
. *. tabic Kennedy about 2 a.m.
went into the i ilitnal hotel and i i *•
*. * * ia hen), on tbe flow, Cowling
was abk-c|, in a than ,m<l I'owcll wiih
walkini; around, Powell went be
bind     tbo   bur   and asked bon  if be
j could serve him to anything, Ken
Kigbtv live per cent, oi all beftd-*nedy then wunl out and around to
aches are tbe U'sult ,.f eyc-Bti'ain.Aie the tide door of tbo hotel where bo
vou trouMcd that way' If so, con-haw fowling take fom bills out of
suit rt. L Taiibc 'of the Tuubc Opti- his pocket und handing one to Pow-
<-al r-o.. Calgary) who will be «t ell Bald "that will be i'2 coming to
Dttmond Hall Ud., on Thursday, me."
Ki.lay and   Saturday,  August 17, IS    Constable Cleland iwora tbat thru'
ind lath.
gloving picturee tonight.
.the same side door he saw Cowlinu
i take money out ol his pocket and
Powell said to bim "jfiv© uo flO.OU
Save Your Horses 1
■^
When you w»nl lo cln.ir your iiounc ol
flics. >ee lhat you 1/ '
WILSOK 9
Fly Pad
Vk*d*
lmitatiaru arc a!w«V3 utmlisfffrlory
runnitij{
■
All Spring-Steel Wagons
■  and
ho meri.
in the orcllu u
mppl   ..(•*■■•■, i ,,i ' * ,*, i
, nl hoi
S. McMAHON
First Strool, Wost,
Opposite Poet Office
-^
«5g»
PAKINC POWDER
Superiority in
Strength, Purity,
Wholesomeness
Established:
U. S. Government Reports,
Highest Award
World's Columbian Exposition.
Sixty Years the Standard.
Buy Now While the Prices Are Right
Fort Fraser, B. C. Townsite Lots Selling at the Outset for $100 and $150
Good Investment (or ilu- Monied Man
Good Investment for the Working Man
Good Investment for Kverybcdy.
FORT FRASER is in tin* heart of the Great Province, is on
the confluence of the Upper and Lower Nechaco Rivers.
Is ;m ideal site for a City, and being on the main line uf
the Grand Trunk Pacific and having waterway communication is sure to become a Kr,-';it distributing centre.
British Columbia is only ou the edge of its wonderful development.
Send for Literature, Maps, etc.
CHAS. M. PIELD. Agent. Revelstoke
*_ The Title to Uie Fort l'raser property is guaranteed by the
Government ol British Columbia anil deposited in Trust witli the
Dominion Slock and lloml Co., of Vnncouver, 11. t-'. Capital,
$2,000,000,
New Electrical Supply Store
Open August 16
Complete line of Electrical Goods, Fixtures,
Motors, Fans. etc. Electrical and mechanical
repairs undertaken at moderate prices. Estimates
^iven. All work under personal direction and
satisfaction guaranteed.
A. 6. DUCK,   -   General Manager
Store and Office, Old Howson Block
Photos! Photos! Photos!
(let your Photos at tho TRUEMAN STUDIO and
be satislii'il. ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
It will hi'your own fault if you accept anything
thai iloeH not fully pleass you.
Baby Photos a Specialty
Developing and Printing for Amateurs. Prices
Right.   Sec me before sending work out of town.
A. D. Tourner
Trueman Studio
Over Macdonald's Drug Store
%■■
GOURLAY PIANOS
High-Priced, But Worth the Price
Cull and ice them.   I.i'i us give ynu the reason
«ii> thej are the in-si that money can buy.
Edison Phonographs ■ Victor Gramophones
ALL RECORDS OE THESE TWO MACHINES KEPT
AKent for Gourlay. Winter &lieeming's
Gberhard Heintzman. and other noted
makers of Canada's finest pianos.
cr. b i isr g-h: .a. dm: SATURDAY,   AUGUST  12,   1911.
THE  MAIL-HEBALD, EEYELSTOKE
SATURDAY,  AUGUST  IS,  1911.
THE CANADIAN  BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., PRESIDENT
ALEXANDER  LAIRD,  GENERAL MANAGER
CAPITAL, - $10,000,000
REST, -   $8,000,000
THE SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
of The Canadian Bank of Commerce will receive deposits of $t and
upwards, on which interest is allowed at current rates, There is no
delay in withdrawing the whole or any portion of the deposit. Small
deposits are welcomed. A234
Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more persons, to he
operated by any one of the number or by the survivor. A joint account
of this kind saves expense in establishing tbe ownership of the money
after death, and is especially useful when a man desires to provide for
his wife, or for others depending upon him, in the event of his death.
REVELSTOfE    BRANCH--F. M. GIBSON. MGR
MEN'S   AND   BOYS'   SHOES
The leather that goes into our shoes and the
men who make them can always be depended
upon. That's why our customers are always
satisfied.
Our harness is the very best. Dusters,
Whips, Trunks, Suit Cases. All leather goods
always in stock.   Call and see our goods.
ARMSTRONG   &,   COMPANY
Boot and Shoe Repairers,
Saddlers
Harness Makers
THE MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED   !855
Capital Paid Up $4,000,000
Reserve Fund     - -    $4 400,000
Has 77 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in all the Principal Cities of the World.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS    BANK   DEPARTMENT
At all Branohes.     Interest allowed at highest current rate
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT Manager.
IT SURE IS HOT !!
But is always cool at the greatest health resort on
the American Continent
HALCYON HOT SPRINGS SANITARIUM
The Uleiil Plaee to spend the Summer Holidays.    Natural
Hot Water Baths, l.'l degrees of heat.
Rates from $12 lo $15 Per Week
Write us for particulars.    Wm. Boyd, Mai
GET  "WISE!
Have the Best!     It Pays!
You can get the bast of
Everything in the line of
SMOKERS' SUNDRIES
At the Reliable Headquarters
McKinnon's Cigar Store
ASK THE  DRIVER
Everybody knows him, he will
tell ymi Hint the -tvhlekeyi wears
(•el:.UK ine   lhe  best.      Cull nnil lie
convinced. No household should
be without n siip|.|y of our Her*
vey's Special Scotch Whiskey; our
Frapln Liqueur Brsndy, guaranteed
80 yean old or Blackberry Brandy
for Medicinal purposes. Our stock
of choice W'ims nnd Liquors of all
kinds nre unexcelled. Sold by nil
the leading hotels, or telephone
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
importers and Dealers In Pure Wines, Liquors, Cigars and Cigarettes
The Coldstream Estate Nurseries
VERNON, B. C.
Have a very fine assortment of FRUIT TRE KS
Ornamental and Shade Trees and Shrubs
Budded   Stock   a   Specialty
All trees offered for sale arc grown in uur own Nurseries
mi the Coldstream  lisl ite
Geo. Matheson,
Local Agent,
Revelatoke, B. C
V. D. Curry,
General Agent,
Vernon, B, C,
ANOTHER RICH STRIKE
Big Platinum Rush to Kootenays
-Claims Are Staked
NINETY-THREE DROWNED
Gibraltar,     Aug.  2—The      French
I Bteamer Emir foundered today      live
miles east  of Tarila,  Spa-la,    in the
Straits of     Gibraltar.     Ninety-three
persons were drowned.
ASHDOWN   FOR  WINNU'Ed.
Nelson, Aug. 9—-Immediately opposite Slocan Junction on the opposite side o£ the Kootenay river is the Winnipeg, Man., Aug. 9—It will
latest scene of the platinum rush, ; tie announced this afternoon bere,
fourteen claims having been staked ' tbat James H. Ashdown, ex-mayor,
on thc dyke along tbis waterway dur will bc the probable Liberal candling the past fortnight by a syndicate' date in Winnipeg at the forthcoming
composed of Alfred Jelfs, R. A. federal elections. Mr. Ashdown is
lliown, Bob Elliott,  Mr. R. McQuar-' the millionaire  bead ol the Ashdown
rie and Hugh \V. Robertson. According to tigures exhibited by McQuarrie
ami Robertson, the highest assay
from samples from this dyke ran
•$176 to the ton, and the lowest assay gave a figure of i'2 to the ton.
News of tbe discovery only leaked
out last night and preparations were
immediately   made   by  a  number    of
Hardware Company.
NOTICE
Itevelstoke Land District.
District of West  Kootenay.
Take notice that I, J. O. Elliot, of
Arrowhead, B. 0., occupation, physic-
Ian, intends to apply Ior permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a Post planted near
tho N.W. Post of Lot 7958 and running 60 chains north, thence (10
ehains east, tbence lil) cbains south,
thence GO chains west to the point of
commencement and marked " J. O.
Elliot's S. W.  Corner  Tost."
Dated August Sth, 1911.
J. C. ELLIOT.
Per R, Armstrong, Agent.
BANFF   HOTEL   SOLD.
Banff, Aug. 9—The sale of the Hydropathic hotel to Bert Ashtou is
reported, The price is said to be in
tbc neighborhood of $20,000. The
hotel has heen con-ducted by It.
Well-known prospectors in the city to Thompson for some years. Mr. Ash-
go out to Rover Creek early this ton, the purchaser, is very well-
niorning and stake up all tbc avail- known to park visitors, having for
ab.e land in the vicinity of the new several years been in charge of tho
strike. Six men left on the train last \ baths at the Sanitarium hotel,
night with tbe intention of sleeping
at the Slocan Junction and crossing
the river at an early hour tbis morning and getting their stakes in before
the others who hud engaged horses
for the trip out at about 3 o'clock
this morning reached tbe scene.
BRUMS COMING
Nothing mis been so successful in
tho emigration branch of the public
Mr. Robertson stated that the dyke * sezvice of Canada as the publicity
showed plainly just above the bridge wbich has been gained in the Uritish
across Hover Creek and that it was press, largely through the tastrumen-
about one hundred feet. The dyke tality of J. Obed-Smith, the chief of
runs up tbe creek in a southerly ' the emigration stall iu Europe, and
direction. The ore in appearance is' the Hon. Frank Oliver, on the prin-
very hard, much harder than that ciple that too much cannot be known
from the tlrnnitc-Poorman dyke and ! of a good thing, spending some of tbc
is of a grey green color. It is claimed ' pub-lie money in order to still lurther
by the syndicate  who staked the fourteen claims that it is the richest discovery of platinum that bus yet been
made in tbe wor,d.
Bob  Elliott made tbe discovery    of
bring before the people ol the Old
Land the advantages of the Domiu -
ion.
Mr.  Smith,    under    whose personal
supervision    a large    measure of the
this dyke and  it  was he  wbo staked  success of  emigration  from  the    Old
the majority of ilie claims, some or
wbieb were nt one time worked for
gold. Tbe dyke is apparently of a
later formation than the Burrounhing
rock and appears to bave been forced
Land mu-.-t he credited,      will accompany a party ol 12 journalists of the
lirst claas, representing the  following
papers'.
West minster  Gazette,  London; Daily
upwards, although   it  runs    more    in 'Chronicle,     London;       Eastern   Daily
line with  the  regular  formation than
it does at the Ciianite-Poormau.
The fourteen claims were recorded
about noon yesterday and in order to
cope with these and other claims, Mr.
Stephen Hoskins, mine recorder, was
compelled to work overtime last
night. The rush of business nt his
otlice is snid to be greater than ever
before. The extent to which claims
arc being staked is shown by the fact
tbat one enthusiastic believer in the
strike has actually staked a piece of
land, which includes the city power
plant, while one rancher was so afraid
that his land would be taken Up as a
mineral claim that he spent all day
Saturday on the wut.-h with a shotgun ready to repel invaders. This
same man on Monday handed over
tbo loaded shotgun to his wile and
came into the city in search of legal
advice us to how he could prevent bis
ranch from becoming a platinum producer.
VEDRINES BREAKS  RECORD
Press, Norwich; Aberdeen Erie Press,
Aberdeen; Scotsman, Edinburgh; Bel-
last Evening Telegraph, Belfast; Irish
Post. Cavan; Western Mail, Capdill;
Sheffield Independent, Sheffield; Tit-
Bits, London; Financial News, London; Banner and Times oi Wales.
And they propose to journey from
one end of Oanada to the other.
It is needless to say that it may
be taken tor granted that at any
poait in Canada where, during the
short time these men can give to lbe
visit, the Boards of Trade and other
public bodies will bc glad to assist
In giving them gn opportunity of
gaining information that must, sooner or later, be given to the British
public through tbe powerful medium
of the British Press.
McCarthy   chosen.
liai i ie, Ont., Aug. 9—North Sim-
coe Liberals at Stayner todny nomin
and L.C. McCarthy, K.C., former
member and nephew of Dalton McCarthy,,to opin.se the silting member
Major  .I.A.  Cuirie.   Three other mmi
Dakry,
' former        master    of    the  Dominion
THOU8ANDS  DISFRANCHISED
Pans,   Aug.   9—Jules   Vedrtnes,   the
French aviator,  broke the record  for  inees retimed, one being !■'..(
a single  long   distance  Bight  in  com
peting for the Mlchelid cup.  He cov-l Grange
cred SOO kilometers tlOti.8 miles i in 6'
hours,  50      minutes  anu  36  seconds, AMES NOMINATED
beating  Loraine's murk of 707    kilo-, 	
meters (i'ii miles.) Montreal, Aug. 9—At the Conserve
tive convention for St. Antoine Division tonight, H.B. Ames, lute mem
ber, again received the nomina
Winnipeg, Aug. 9—Tbe provincial tion.
registration for Brandon and Win-' The Liberals of Laval county at
nipeg, proclaimed before tne dissolu- their convention this evening nomin
tion of purliuinent, was today de-!ated tbe late memlrcr, Charles Wil-
clured oil. Attorney-General Cump- son, agiiin carry the Liberal stand-
bell, in making     the     announcement' ard.
that the Domiuion registration would I	
be accepted, said tbc federal government had usurped provincial rights
and bud given so short a notice that
thousands will be disfranchised, lor
which Ottawa must take tbe responsibility.
COMING EVENTS
TOO SOON FOR HARVEST.
Aug. 14-15—The Juvenile Band and
Entertainers irom the Orphans'
Home,  Washington, Edison theatre.
August 21—The Flower of tho Ranch,
Musicul Comedy, 35 people, Edison
theatre.
Indian Head, Aug. 8—About one
hundred and twenty-five harvesters'
arrived     here   yesterday,  tally  three   Sept. 11 und 12—Hevelstoke Fall Fair
weeks ahead of harvest, About lifty
havo gone into the country, mo. ily
working for then board until harvest
A number leit tonight. Those without funds arc being lodged In thc
town hall and boarded at tbe expense of the town.
TIIE  BREAD  MKHCEH.
Winnipeg, Aug. 9—W.J. Boyd, vice
president of the Canada Ureal com
pany, announced today that the
merger would commence at once to
build a bread plant here at a coBt
of J2".0,0(W.  Until thc completion    of
agricultural cxhibltB, llvo Block,
poultry, horse racing and other attractions.
Sept.   19-20.—The    Famous    Juvenil
Bostonians at the Edison theatre.
Sept. 2t',-27—Thc Musical Erkhnrdts
I iii vaudeville at tho Edison theatre.
October  10—Royal Welsh  Choir,      at
tbe Edison theatre.
Nov. 13—Return ol tho favorites, Tho
Allen  PlayerB iu repertoire.
Dec. 18—C.P. Wulker presents the Wm
Yule company in the Rivals, at tb
Edison theatre
thiB factory IK.yl's old  plant will  be  Ian.  10—Return of Win.   Vide & Co.,
used,   afterwards  being converted  into an exclusive candy factory.
BOILER os   BOAT EXPLODES
in  Hombey  & Son,   Edison theatre.
Jan. 2C—The famous Ferguson's Jubilee Singers considered the best col
ored concert company on tbo road,
lidlson  theatre.
Rotterdam, Aug. II -a boiler on
the Rhine it-earner, Qutenberg, exploded today with fatal results. Two
sailor! wen. killed, the captain    and
mi, ial  v i   ■'■'.'       ■ louslj   injured,
and three other , an missing.
it is lupposed thai tbey were blown
,id.     The  lunnel    and    ..the,- MlH' ,;""- '':|f"""'- Ph°no m
portion!  Oi   the   bOill i    MN       hurled
tinnugh thc  walls of a  building    on street,  $15 per mouth
•bore. i Robertson.
Feb. 2G—The OaBtlMqUare Eater
talnen In high cIiish concert at tbo
Bdison theatre.
I*.*, for sale two colon • for $25.
ih. Co. Laforme
Sevetrfroomed house to let .n Flint.
Apply w, li.
FURNITURE
We carry a complete stock of
Furniture, Carpets, Linoleums,
Oilcloths, etc. Get our prices before purchasing elsewhere.
R. Howson & Co., Revelstoke, B. C.
Granby   Rubbers
Are  models   of  exellence
in Btyle,   sorvice   and  fit.
ASK YOUR DEALER
FOR THEM
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Shaw's Sash and Door Factory
Manufacturers of Sash and Doors, Mouldings
and all kinds of Woodwork.
Get vour Screen Doors and Windows made to
Order.
G. T>. Shabv,   -    Troprietor
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Salaried  and Improved.    First-Class in every respect.    All modern conveni nee*
Large .Sample Koouib.
Rat--^ $2.00 per day        Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
iENTAL HOTEL
suitably   furnished   with   the  choicest the
i    market affords.     Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Raf;s $i a H ty.    Monthly rate.
X.    ALBEBT     STOISTE!      FZIOT?.
"AT IT HERE SIIVCE 1900'.'
E.   G.   BURRiDGE
Tinsmith Repairs, Hot Air, Pipe
and Furnace work
—WORK   SHOP—
Connaught Ave.   -   Revelstoke
R. Z. CRAWFORD
CONTRACTING
■.ow;
£«4SE
R *
CO. ltd"
you WORK,
MflKEyoURNONEY
WORK TOO.
BmrosmnG voir MViriM
WITH US THEY Will, EIRn
4SIMTEHE5T WHICH
WECRtPITMOnTHLY I,
mo rionms rkturii-
.IBLE OIN DEM/inP
US QUICKLY AS THEWLS
CAM GARRY IT.
PEOPLE JUST AS CAREFUL
/IMP CAUTIOUS rtS
yOUCflHBE,
rtR£WE!!- PLEASED;
m THOROUGHLY
SATISFIED,
WITH THE WmnWHKH
our business is
TRdMSrtCTED-/»BUSinF-SS
mmw By people op
MATURED EXPERIENCE
MlfflEST inTEGRItf.
flposm.GiviriG
YOUR WMB */1PDRP,SS
Wilt PROMPTLY BRIMSYOU
EUIUMFORM/ITIOM.
.WRITE TOM
SHOULP YOU HAVE lHW
PIN/WGML BUSINESS m
v/ihcouvBR "ViciniTy,
RENTS TO COlifXT.
rtGREEMENTC POR SAUL"
MORTGAGES TO L°0MPTER
/1NPC0U-EGT.
PIRE INSUR/iriCB TO PldCK
LET US ATTEND TO IT.
WE /IRE PLEASING
',  OTHERS \M Will-BE MIRE
TO PLEASE YOU.
Df%SEHH8.LTD.
321 Cambie Street,
i^Vaixcouver B.C.^
PAINTER
Satisfaction jjuaranU'ed
Agent  for  Flexlumo   Electric
Signs
|R. Z. CRAWFORD
Residence Cor. 3rd St. antl Robson a .*,-
Shop in Alley hack of R. J. Bourne's
Store, First .Street
UNION HOTEL
ARHuWHKAH, B. C.
■Special Attention jtiren to oomtnerolal
men anil tourists. First-clafw sample
rooms. Finest scenery in British Columbia, overlooking I'pper Arrow Lake.
W. J. Lightburne. Prop
Lump Goal
From the Pacific Coast
Two car-- just arrived in Reveis-.oke.
First class for Stove or Furnace.
Orders promptly delivered,
Leave your orders with A, DAVIDSON
oral the ollice ..f
W. B. ROBERTSON
Real Fstate and Insuranoe
Corner McKenzie Ave. and 2nd St.
H. B. STONEX
Practical..
Machinist
Repairs  of nil  kin(Ih   neatly  done
Bicycle and (lun work aspecialty
Estimates gfven on nny class
of work
Front       Street.
lb
Lumbermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer antl Exporter
Old Town,    -  Revelstoke, B. C.
before buying yonr out-
lit of working cL.ilies
for the bush. I make a
specialty ol Logging
Shoes, Pants, Sox, Shuts
Blankets and everything
required Inyour business
FIRSRWSS
SHOE SHINING
and Office Cleaning
Persons wishing their offices
or st"res cleaned call do so
bj leaving orders at
Morgan's
BarberShop
CfcMENT BLOCKS
Mnimfftotnrtd for nl. ciaiiii nf   bmldiiifi
CFMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE CLAY AND FIRE BRICXd
Kiir hhI»i In law Of -mull qraotltlai
at iim lowest prlea   'nr caah
All Iclnda.of building and plastering
in   InrtuLflU
Foote & Pradolini.
REVELSTOKE
Fruit Lands
FOR SALE
Galena Hay land-" in parcel* oi
10 or '20 acres or en l>luc. Correspondence invite il,
John Shaw. Agent.
Box 616 Arrowhead
/ GONZAGA COLLEGE 1J|2
Condui '• 'i I.) tbe J< mil  Tm ban u *
U'hpIii.k  aad   d*J'  "Chuol,   rntem  Oftta Up
aer  «ith  it wel; knnwrt r.><-uni of
.!. ul) proem* and sue •■--.   in lu prwtfll
itatc  ff   .ifVrlopim-nl. wild   it*   cmnplri**
.  ofamors and it- np tu
;■•!•.  li  oirers tatay tlie t**t
li • o(  ui)   iti-uitiiiuti in
Lhanorthwom    Kull roll«f»U blffhaoaool
-»i n   ommen laj courses, «l*o prepumtorr
-  jroungei   vtudcnU     I**t
Kali  term upnm on
■ 1*11      CllalOgtlQ   un   iipnli, ,i( ion
1       I leut,  t .mi. ■ tgi Colli,
Un<  Waal jlj iy      ^
HOLV DIMES ICIDEMf IND lOMIL SCHOOL
BpoKAXR, Wash,
Catalogue and It itcs onAppllcatlon.
Adiluss |      Si-ikii BnPSRIOR,
Electric Restorer for Men
Phosphonol "••H'M **n ntue In lhe body
 * Im> hi proper tensint,; rcftotM
>im »ud rtUllty. r'*fDi»lurtd««T»ndiU»t»u*<l
• '■kneii iveti-1 at oivf rhaaphoaol » ll
m»ke v.o i new m»n dice »Si l,„t. or twe lor
16.    Mailed t*. an-f iddre'i    Tb»aooMll Dru:
I. >..•!. I .11... I,,.. ,!,,„. »»"»»"i
BoM at MucJonaWi Drug atotij.
l'
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1-
uiu ilm BATTJRDAY,  AUGUST  12,  1911.
the: mail-herald, revelstoke
SATURDAY,  AUGUST  12,  1011.
JOHN W. GATES DEAD
i
TOOK   STRYCHNINE
Aug. 8—Malcolm McLeod
Kamloops
who hus been suffering from an in
ih.* faoe committed
.uicide ut the Queens Hotel tins
morning by taking strychnine. 11.*
haid been nwkiug application  for a..1
, wno aus been su
Fought With Death as He Would curable««...
With Business Opponent
Paris, Aug, 9-After an illness last- from tbe city an.l government auth-
..riti.'s mi iln- grounds ui distitutioii
Ing -everal weeks, John W, Hates the °rttleB "" ,    ,   ,    „
but when bis effects had been ,-x
American financier,  died here at  6:M ^uiu_d a([ri. m ik.„h lhl,v hmArei
this morning.     Hi- ir in constitution aMl ,,K,,l.]1 dollars were lound on his
and e* tance,  hacked by body. The deceased     was    originally
everv resource *•! medical science fail- from Bruce county,     Ontario,      and
ed to save Mr. Gates. He had battled te" worked in     ibis     vicinity      tor j
C. P. I. TIMETABLE
leaves
WESTBOUND.
No.  3  arrives at  i a.m.,  leaves at
6:20 a.m.
No. 1 arrives  nt 11:15  p.m
nt 3:35 p.m.
No,  13,  Seattle train, arrives
1:35 p.m.,  leaves at -1:45 p.m.
EASTBOUND.
No.  ll, Seattle train, arrives
7:15 a.m., leaves 7:35 a.m.
WAINTKD
at
WANTED   General   Blacksmith,      at
once.     Apply Palace Lively Stables
TO LET—Three unfurnished rooms,
with use ol bath.—Apply P. 0, box
8(i,  Uevelstoke. 2t.
in
FOR SALE
FOR  SALE—Gem Gramaphon
splendid  condition  with  two  dozen
lt      records.     Bargain at $22.00.
TO   LET—Furnished  Room
lor -.*. * * * .illy with a disease of
the k. ::;■■;*:■. and when .: was believed
:.*• was i - sure to recover, he con
leumonla.    S. veral limes be
was :■• ported  to    ■   at  the point    of
■ t with th    aid of pi werful
illied.
Tin   passing    I     John   W
i ..nn* years.
HOPE   CONFLAGRATION,
Hope      Station,   Aug.   —Tlie   town
i Hope was threatened with a   con-
tlagration  lasl   night.   F a-    over two
Gates hours a force ol lully neu fought
marK ::. . Wall  in-  with  buckets,  uxes  und anything
th,- past  and Un* pres   else available.      I'he  bu* started    in
representative of thc ilu-  living-rooms  over  Miller  &   Pur
v.    • * m*i   a**   .in   mc- ay's grocery store, [rom a lump over
it    ■ .*:**   .,*; 1  who      fought   turned  by  a  child.   Before  an  alalia
ray to thi  front    :•    beei  daring.    ..,    given,  tho hre had gained    such
thi   men whose lives  headway   that   the  lirsl   building  aud
.■••*. th  n    ot,  lepended on  be   one       immediately   ndjoiuiug     were
•   .. ,: lie their "guns" quick doomed.
er  than i :* * ■ He  handled	
finance in the same way. He was long
one of l I   plungers on      Wall
No. 2 arrives ut 11:40 a.m., leaves
at 12 o'clock noon.
No. 4 arrives at 12:45 a.m., loaves
at 12:55 a.m.
South train leaves Revelstoke at
7:35 a.m., arriving back nt 4:15 p.m.,
connecting here with No. 13.
Fire Alarm Boxes
EARL  GREY   FOR   HOME
Signals are given thus: 2 btr jke-4,
nterval 5 seconds—4 strokes, Bos
4. No. of box will also bo shown
n  indicator at Fire Hall.
FIRE  BRIGADE  NO.  TWO.
Box No. 14—Corner First street
nd McKenzie avenue, C. B. Hume
& Co.
Box No. 15—Corner First street
ud  Rokeby avenue, poBt ollice.
Box   No.   IC—Coruer   Second   street
stre-e;       . his most celebrat
ed  phi ;-*      in ■   him   up bel ter   than
any   other, It   would   serve as  hisepi
taph,  as .'  was characteristic •.' the
man.
"I'll bet  you  ,<  million."
That     was    equivalent   to   "put    up
your han-is. ' for tew men would care
to bet  a  milli m  on a turn    of    the
-    and    most   men    acquainted
It,    ■■•■   tie was quite ready
to do BO.
He   was : • ,-ei   b ippy unli - -  he had
.,  few   millions suspended in the air.
on a farm in what   is now  West
• ■   : •       job  Was as a  clerk
in a hardware Btore.   Thai    brought
him inl    toui     *.*. ith barbc 1 wire and
as   i y   ing man, hi  sold that     com
modity  .ii Texas, and  there are still
m.iny men  that  are  willing  t.. attest
tin   (act   that  he Bold s.iine    sort
u ■•* 1 thing  for the rest    ..1    bis
days.
He carries with bim to bis grave
the -r.,rs oi many a Wall street battle. He bas been head ol a big stock
exchange house and financed every
possibli projest trom the New York
drome to a Western railroad.
When .ut  on  the --hunt"    lie
let everyone know it. His selt-adver
Using methods were modelled on the
- se ■•:' Phineas T. Barnum.
Once upon a time he acquired control • •: tb Louisville £ Nashville
railroad and the story ol how h>-
man.-..- I typ ol GateB. A
director ol a* road who lived iu
L  uisv me   to  Sew  York    to  ti
ird meeting it t •■     Waldorf
met G .:• - * bo as ■*.*•: n I dinner
The Kentuckian was flattered and under '.'■■■- '■ '■■:■ * ■ I hit :. •-'. became
garrul - . . let out that there was
:. igh L, .v N. stock in the open
ma.-.-.      ■ the man that bought
.     ntrol ol the
Mr. . • .-■ .*. • ■■ what
ever In the matter,  but next  day  be
went ■      market    ind    be
fore ai :* ••: wh tt   ■*■ .- hap
pening he had
to   s:,   ■ tl :        e   Be
■ - ' loo iii    long
-
The     ■    •■        it the
ire   (Mi   J   Pierponl  '•'    • n who
ill King I  in t..
Mr. Mor? al
"Gates you are not i
L   & N."
it
Be was    never
■
"All nghi
: * - . ■:
Mr
id  four i
deal.
H.s
Hi        -    - le
-  •  T ny and wa
*   *.*.**.
•      i
Mi I th>*
Stan
i I t few moni
h  .1 oh n     ','.*.■.••
Keene in pracl        retln
tree! most
que fipiH * ■ :■
wen-      el eai
H
•
•■  ,.
'.I '      ■ '
,   rWual trill evei   taki  tl
t pi rati ; ■        • inci tl
world.     A     -.
.   -   *    . ■   ■
the hai! mast   but   '
any  captain   w
beaded ag
Mr.   Mont
and
Opera
Ottawa, Aug. 8—Earl Groj will
leave Canada tor home on Oct. 6th.
...rilling official lias been received as
I*. i*be arrival of the Imue of Cotl-
nuught, but ii is expected be will
l,e here by tbe middle of October,
titreet
! .uiu •
MAGHATH    NOMINEE,
Lethbridge, Ant;. 8—C. A.  M.
ngrath
.as  been  selected   to  lead  the
I'on-
ervative  party  to  victory  in
Medi
.ne Hat constituency another
term.
OPPOSE HU* CLARK.
Alexander A. McGil'llvray, of the
. gal lirm ..1 McGillivray .v. ttobertson
, : Stcttler and Calgary, after a long
conference with E. Michcner, of He.l
Deer, leaher ol the Conservative par
iy iu tbe province, and     a     strong
.■ii*.mi ion,     decided to accept      tlie
nomination  as  candidate   under    tue
■ onservatlve colors in  the constitu
. n.-y  .*:  Bed  Deer at   the coming led
eral election,
BOTH  LEGS  i'l T OFF
I'olioka,        Alta.
.his morning tho
.ben Beven mllee
„in,   ran   over   A.
Aug.   9—At   10:15
si.mh  I,..un.l  train
south  <.f  Wetuskl
Macdougall,    llag-
iiii.I  Government  Road
Icuse.
Box No.  17—Corner Third
a I   Campbell   uvenue,   Globe
er company.
Box No. 18—C.P.R.  station.
Box No. 24—Coruer Fifth street
nd McKenzie avenue, Catholic
hurch.
Box No. 25—Corner Sixth b'.ioet
nd Ortou avenue,  W.  A. Foote..
Box No. 26—Corner Fourth streot
nd Townley street, corner south
rack.
Box No. 28—Corner Second strejt
nd Robson avenue.  Mrs. Baker.
Box No. 34—Fire Hall No. 2.
Box  No.  35—Hospital.
Box No.  36—School.
FIRE  BRIGADE  NO.  ONE.
Box No. 44—Firo Hall No. 1.
Box No. 45—Front stroet wcjt.
ear C. P. R. bridge.
Box No. 46—Corner King and
louglas streots, Pulace Meat Market.
Box No. 47—Corner Second and
Vales  streetB,  back  of court houso.
Box No. 48—Corner Third and
3hna.  streots.  Cowan  block.
bignal for practice—not leas tr.a-a
lx  (6)  slow strokes.
One (1) indicates line brokin core out.
Apply
to W. F. Westaway, Second street,
fourth house from school. 2t.
FOR SALE—Six Hairy Cows, also 1
thoroughbred boar three months old
—Apply Mrs. L. Martin, Sicamous,
B.  C.
Registered Pedigreed Collies, I hnve
for sale two males and two females
two months old. Particulars on
application.—F. N. Roberts, Arrowhead, B. C.
Man wishes work with survey or
cruising party or would clean land
by day or contract, Three years
experience on surveys In Kootenays,
two years clearing land for big real
ty firms. Address Oriental hotel,
Advertiser.
LOST—On Tuesday evening, u stick
pin, wishbone ol pearls with diamond in centre.—A* Connolly.
1 Washstand and Dresser.
1 Three-quarter Bed complete.
1 4-foot Wood Bed and Spring.
1 Centre Table.
1 Small Air Tight Coal Stove.
1 Sheet   Iron  Air-Tight Wood
Stove.
1 Sideboard.
^Everything in good condition,
UNDER    ENTIRELY
NEW   MANAGEMENT
St. Leon
Hot ipiings
Mrs. G. H. BROCK
Corner McKenvie Avenue and 4ili St.
sr
The annual meeting ofthe Revelstoke Hospital Society will be
lield on Tuesday, August 15th,
1911, in the City Hall, Revelstoke,
at 8 p. m.
W. D. ARMSTRONG,
Secretary.
Hevelstoke, B. C, July, 24, 1911.
Hut mineral In'hs especially recommended for invalids and those in need of
toning up.
Exclusive baths provided for ladies, 26
Private Rooms handsomely filled up.
Kates $1.50 to $2 per day, or $10 per
week.
H    COUSINS,   PROP.
man tor an extra gang. The man was
asleep ou  the  track  with the red  dag
lying at the south Bide, The *
saw  it  too late  to stop  the      train
.aid   the  engine  and   mail   cal
over  bun.   Uasiougall's  legs      were
*.oih cut   oil  above  iii*  knees      and
llOSO   t*.   llut   thighs,   li,    Was   instant
ly taken ,.u hoard .m.i .. ■'. ctor >*.a-
iii attendance at  Ponoka.     "i
aay liv.-.
[\(oronatioh
LiSS^iTEA'
Cl ilossu
COMMISSI!  N    *
Lull,loll. \   .I'        I"I
ml    .
neb   breed    ■ ■
torpedo annumenl
Packed in
BEAUTIFUL CORONATION
SOUVENIR TINS
60 $   a pound
In   r ID .mod   of
a m
I.n   .
\, 11..   -
'-'•*.
i>*4A
DOCK   STRIK1
I...n.l •
and  doi .
-
■
•       *
■
-
n  -tnke.
Gurney-Oxford Stoves
and Ranges
now on display al our store   a demonstration that marks the 20th Century
^achievement In stove-making.    Come and examine the special points of
excellence—
The Oxford
Economizer
5—a marvellous device for the control i f tlie heat. It gives a saving of 20°c
in fuel, besides economy of time and labor. A patent authorized only on
this line.
The Divided Oven Flue Strip is a great economy of food. All
i of failure in baking is minimize 1 with this clever arrangement for
• ; i listributioa of heat. There is no better test of practical stove-
work than tl is pi rfect oven control.
A .ther advantage lies in the Rev.T«ible Grate equipped with strong
interlocking teeth that save waste, maximum beat witli less fuel.
Tl Rr.■ i 1 -.-r Top- the strong oven door, are excellent features—
an I t ..-i all combine with attractive designs in wide variety of size
an ! ; rice.
You are earnestly invited to come and inspect thc Gurney-Oxford
line—for the good of your purse, your health, and "all the comforts
of home."
Lawrence Hardware Company, Lid.
r
'   .        WILL   NOT   Dl
New   V .rk.   A*..-    •   Tl     Si       ',   rk
•■ I ' * h ir ••
■ ,i *
*
refused t    ■.*,,■•••:    ■    itei    •
l.y  Mr. Sift on  whi n h.   w ,    M
[the  Interior   •'■• :■   ■-■ mted  • *    i  *■
I  Mr. O
•quid  pr..  quo  trna  thl   fun   Ml
the in*n.ne im-t: *•( lands lor the   \i
Ml- \)l*<tt|». llll Ol
$1 ' " • ■•■••;   10   tlir..     ■•
Mr   Olivet   In     connection     with
New We.-niu.:,* tei  proptftil
rrlGlpV.'''
?
How to -
a pure v-
"T"HE object of
bakers and cooks
mate a pure v-huc '
And this obiect is attained
by the use of
PURITY
FLOUR
Purity   is  a   hard-'A/h'-af
flour of decidedly super",r
wliitf ness.
It   bakes into a
loaf.   So, you
pijrc white 	
) ret tlie really beautiful white loaf you must use
PURITY
tr\ hard-wheat
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
The Dominion [lections
will soon be on
so also will be
Tlie Shooting Season
Game Heads Mounted by
TAXIDERMIST EDWARDS
P   O   Box 31
REVELSTOKE, - B. C.
Fruit and Vegetable
Boxes and Crates
Our Box Factory is now running and
we are in a position to supply all kinds
of fruit and vegetable boxes and crates.
Those who have not already sent us
their orders should do sc at once as they
j are coming in fast, and we would like to
i deliver all orders in good time' Our
boxes are equal to any on the market
and priees can be had on application to
S. McMahon, Kevelstoke, or to
THE KERNAGHAN LUMBf R COMPANY, LTD.
Salmon Arm, B, C.
DEPARTMENT OF WORKS
COLUMBIA   DISTRICT
HIGHWAY      BRIDGE,      COLUMBIA
RIVER,  SPILL1MACHENB,  B.C.
GALENA P. 0.
'•■■n,,.*** .»—■*.■. i-i-ir-"1'
rMilliCe   Ll
i   M-trt.rob**
In the Matter ol Ohapter 115 "Nav-
Igable  Waters  I'ro taction Act,"
lt. S. C, 1906.
NOTICE in hereby given that draw
in>cs and deacrlption of the .site of a
proposed bridge ..vci- the Columbia
River, at Galena Hay, ll. ('., have
been deposited with the Minister oi
Public Works, Ottawa, and duplicates
thereof with the Registrar of DemlK,
at Kelson, It. C, and that, thirty
days after date, the Hon. the Minister of Public Works in tbe Government of British Columbia will apply
to the Governor-General in Council
for approval thereof.
J.   K.  GRIFFITH,
Public Works Engineer.
Department of Public Wcrks,
Victoria,  July 21st.  Wll    Ag.20.
Rebate on Taxes For 1911
A discount of twenty per cent, will
he allowed upon the General umi
Bchool Hate lor current year, upon
all Taxes paid on or before September 20th  prox.
By Order,
BRUCE A. LAWSON,
Aug.2,  Sept. 20 City I'liik
Water Notice
I. il. O. Wallls, of Arrowhead,
druggist, give notice thai on the
28th day ol August, I intend to up -
ply to iin* Watei Commissioner,    at
Ills ollice  in  Itevelstoke,  for a license
to  take  anil   iihc  '111  inches  of    water
from   Davis   Crook   In   Kootenuy   Ilis
iml.   The water is to be taken from
 .in ah..ui  one    hundred feet
above, ami is to be used mi land
owned hy applicant for Irrigation
.,ii*i domestic purposes.
II.   0.   Wallls.
i.n  REWARD,
I will pay tbe above reward to
i persona who will give
me Information that will lead to thc
• a lotion ..i il, party or parties
who on Monday night last robbed
my hencoop ..! a number of my best
* i
JOHN  8HAW.
KOOTKNAY      LODGE,  No.  '.5 A.  F,
and A. M.
Regular meetings are held in MASONIC TEMPLE, Oddfellows' Hall
on the Third Monday in each month
at 8 p. m. Visiting brethren are
cordially  welcome
ROBT. GORDON, W.  M.
W.  B.  ROBERTSON,  Secretary.
SELKIRK     LODGE  12.  1. O.  O. F.
Meets every Thursday evening in
Selkirk Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting
brethren  cordially  invited.
.1.   S. HOOLEY,  N.  G.
JAS.   MATH1E,   Secretary.
COURT      MT.      BEGBIE,    No.  S461.
OF I.  O. F.
Meets in I. O. O. F. Hall next to
Tapping's Opera House every second
and fourth Monday in month. Visiting brethren cordially  welcomed-     ■»
G. W. BELL, C. R.
WM.   S.   CAMERON,   Rec.-Sec.
Moving picturei
tire toDigbt.
Bt the  EuiBon tbc-
GOLD RANGE LODGE,      K.  of    P.,
NO.   26,   REVELSTOKE,   B.   O.
Meets every  Wednesday except   the
Third Wednesday of each month     in
Oddfellows'  Hall at 8  o'clock.  Visiting Knights are cordially invited.
J. V.  SIMPSON, C.  G.
G. H. BROCK, K. of R. & S.
M. of F.
O. W. O. W.
Mountain View Camp, No. 229.
Meets Second    and     Fourth  Wednesdays    in  each  month  in    Selkirk
Hall.      Visiting  Woodmen art
cordially invited to attend
H. W. EDWARDS, Con. Com.
JAMES  McINTYRE,   Clerk.
HARVEY, McCARTER
AND PINKHAM,
Barristers,  Solicitors,  Etc.
Imperial  Dank  Duilding  Revelstoke, B. C.
Money to Loan.
OIHceB—Rovelstoke,    B.   C,     and
Cranbrook, B. C.
Geo. S. MeCarter,
A. M.  Pinkham, J. A. Harvey,
Revelstoke, Cranbrook
ROBERT  SMITH,
Provincial Land  Suveyor,
Mining Surveyor,
Engineering
McKENZIE  AVE.,
BOX   106.    REVELSTOKE.
NOTICE.
Certilicate of  Improvement.
Wakefield, Helea, Colorado, Del
Norte, Del Key, Sea Juun, Delta,
and Marguerite Mineral Claims, situate in the Lardeau Mining Division
ot West Kootenuy District. Where
located:—on Mohawk  Creek.
Take Notice that I, A. H. Green,
acting aa agent for John R. Hemry,
Special Free Miner's Certilicate No.
'Mil), iatend, sixty days from date
hereof, to upply to the Mining Recorder for Certificates of Improvements, lor the purpose of obtaining
Crown Grunts of Ifcj above claims.
Aud further take notice that action
under section 87, must lie commenced
before tbc issuance of such Certilicate
of Improvements.
Dated this 20th day of October, A.
D., 1910.
A. H. GREEN.
NOTICE.
Kevelstoke Land District
District of Wesl   koutell.l*.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Samuel W.
Ralston oi Harrisonburg, Virginia, occupation Photographer,  intends to apply
lor permission lo purchase the following
described lnmls: —
Commencing at a post planted adjacent to the southwest cornel oi Lot 814-1}!
tbence north 80 chains; wesl '111 chains,
souih so chains;.cast *4il chains to point
oi commencement am) containing .120
acres more or less.
SAMl'KL W. RALSTON.
James Pisher Agent.
| {Dated June 12th, 1911.
NOTICE.
Revelstoko  Land  District.
District of West Kooteuay.
Take uotice that 1, Harry John -
■ton, of Arrowhead, B. C, occupa -
tion Merchant, intends to apply ior
permission to purchase thc following
described  lands:
Commencing at a posi planted at
about three hundred yards south uf
Creak on sand point about two mil*™
north of I'ape Horn on I'pper Arrow
Lake, running twenty chains north,
thenoe eighty chains cast, thence
twenty chains south, thence eighty
chains west* along the lake shore to
point of Commencement and containing one hundred and sixty acres moro
or less.
Dated  July 10th,  1911.
HARRY  JOHNSTON.
NOTICE
Revelstoke Land DiBtrict.
District  of  WeBt Kootenay.
Tuke notico that I, Josinh Hack,
of Revelstoke, B. C, occupation bulr
dresser, inteuds to apply ior permission to purchase the following described  lnmls.
Commencing at a post planted at
about thc south-east corner of Harry
Johnston's application to pun-banc,
und running north forty chains,
thence ea«t sixty chains, thence south
forty chains, thenee west sixty chains
along the Lake shore lo point of
I'omiiieiieemeiii and Containing thrr-o
hundred and twenty acres more or
less.
Duted July Uth.  I'UI.
JOSIAH HACK,
i SATURDAY,   AUGUST  12,  1911.
TJIIE nvnJLIL-HZER^.XilD, REVELSTOKE
SATPRDAY.  AUGUST  12,   19U.
See special window displays.
Revelstoke's Deportment Store
C. £. Jfume St Co.. limited
Mail    or    Telephone    your
orders.     Have our Traveller
call.    Send the children to
the store or come yourself.
No order too large or too
small for us to handle.
Ladies Oxford Sale
The balance of our Summer Oxtords
must go. All the lines are broken and in
most cases just one or two pairs of a line
left. These we are putting table at a
price which will surely sell them. They
are all standard makes—no inferior or
second   class  goods   in   the   whole   lot.
Blacks, tans, patent leathers, and ox-
bloods, are all here, and they all must go
at the one price. Sale commences on
Thursday morning and lasts until Saturday
night.   See our McKenzie Avenue window
Price $2.35 per pair
Please do not ask to have these shoes sent
out on approval as we will be compelled
to refuse.
Men's Fall Overcoats
Overcoats for Fall; the new patterns,
the new styles, the new colorings, we
have them all. The short dressy black
vicuna, with silk facings ; the long rain
coat; the heavy ulster; the Chesterfield.
All bear the famous 20th Century label.
Prices $18 to $27.50
MEN'S FALL SUITS
Our new Fall Suits have just arrived,
and we can assure you that nothing to
equal them has ever been shown in the
city.
Snappy, clean cut, tweed suits; suits
that will become the wearer and are the
height of style.   No fancy flaps or lapels,
no extreme lengths. They are made for
the man of taste who knows the styles of
to-day. All finished in the perfect manner in which only 20th Century Brand
garments show. Grays, browns, stripes.
Worsted suits in both hard and soft finish.
Prices $18 to $34
mX House Furnishings X>
Tapestry Squares
We have in stock a very choice
line of these squares in greens, fawns,
and red effects. Choice new floral,
Oriental and Medallion patterns at
prices which should commend them to
the buyer.
Size 6.9z9—$8 to $10.50
"    9 x 9—$11 to 16.00
"   9x10.6—$12 to 18.00
"   9x12—$20 and 21.00
"   10.6x12—$25.00
These Squares are splendid value.
For balance of July we are offering
10 per cent off for Cash
Bimgalo and Cable Nets
Our range of these heavy nets is complete with tbe new small patterns now
in vogue, as well aB the fine allover
styles. We are showing these in
White, Ivory, Ecru and Arab shades
45 to 50 inches wide.   Price
20c. to $1  per yard
Pro Brussels Rugs
These are the newest and most popular Rugs for Bed room, Dining room or
Library, dow on tbe market. The
strongest point in their favor iB the
value. They are made to stand extra
hard wear, easily cleaned, have neat
artistic designs, and the price is remarkably low.
Size 9x9—$14.00
" 9xl0.fi— $16
" 9x12—$17 50
"   7.6x9—$9.50
10 per cent off for Cash during
balance of July
Linoleum and Floor
Oilcloth
Our stock of Floor Coverings are all
heavy Scotch manufacture, the befit
procurable. A choice range of patterns
in printed and inlaid goods. 3, 6, 9,
and 12 feet wide,
Get Them at Hume's
New Ribbons
Just in from France and Switzerland. 5 inch Dresden and 5 inch
Shepherd's check, in black and white
all sizes check. The most fashionable
ribbons
45c. per yard
Automobile Veils
New, all colors, some of those
new long ones with heavy tassels on
the ends
$1.25 to $5
White Wear Goods
A shipment of English madapo-
lains, long cloths, cambrics, soft
mulls, linens, etc, the finest white
material shown for ladies undermus-
lins, lingerie, etc.
15c. to 50c.
Pillow Slips
Hemstitched,  40,  42,  44, 46 in.
wide, fine heavy cambric, pure white
Each 25c.
FRIDAY BARGAINS
3 Only Hammocks
Good strong cord weave, with spread
rod and pillow stuffed with sea grass.
They are $2 hammocks, get one Friday for
$1.00
Wash Goods
Another lot of wash goods for Friday.
Every Friday this spring and summer
those wanting them have been able to get
a good bargain in wash goods. Come this
Friday, 1000 yards at
15c.
White Nightgowns
If you need a nice white night gown
or white underskirt, come Friday. A lot
of really choice ones go on sale at about
one-half their usual price. They are all
nice new fresh goods, nicely made and
trimmed, all one piece
$1.75
Sheets
Hemstitched,  full 72x90 inches,
plain or twilled,  extra heavy, pure
white beetle finished, at each
$1.25
Towelling
Heavy  colored  Turkish    roller
towelling,  fancy   stripes,  only 15c.
Children's Wash Dresses
A clean up of these dresses, fit children 1 to 4 years—prints, ginghams, muslins, percales, etc., a whole bunch spread
out on a table for your choosing, each
75c.
Spool Cotton
As usual Friday Bargain Spool Cotton
40c. a dozen or
3 Spools for 10c.
2£ High Class Groceries J3C
Summer Drinks
The hat weather season makes us dry
antl thirsty. Let us talk of a beverage
that will quench our thirst and make
us think that after all it ie not bo hot.
MonBerat nnd Nabob Lime Juice will
do you justice. It is as desirable to
have in your home, as money in your
paBs book. The more you lean on
their virtues, the pleasanter your surprise will be when you have used them.
Good Catsup—Cheap
During thiB week we want to make
it worth your while to come in and ask
un for a bottle of Burlington Tomato
Catgup, You may look at the prices
quoted in catalogues from all the different cities, but for a real good snap in
Catsup we are on the top. Hurlington
Brand for one week only at the very
small price of 15c. per bottle.
Just One Week at 15c. per bottle
Hume's for Choice Groceries
Sugar
The housewife depends on us to give
her a sugar that will give her no
trouble with her preserves and canned
fruits. We simply ask you to give us a
trial. We guarantee absolute satisfaction with our granulated sugar, and for
preserving qualities it is perfeot.
Get Hume's Prices
Quick Pudding
It iB too hot juBt now to cook puddings, pies, or pastry, when you can
buy for 15 cents a package of Quick
Tapioca, Custard, or Chocolate. You
couldn't have a better article in your
house. They require nosoakingand in
fifteen minutes a delicious pudding can
be made, ready to serve. Tbe virtue of
absolute cleanliness is firmly linked to
that of evenness of quality in our
Quick Pudding.
Only 15 cents
Get Hume's Prices on Groceries
ij SATURDAY,   \vc\ st 12,
THE • MAIL-HEBJLU1D,   REVELSTOKE
BATURDAY,  iUQUST 13,  l'Jll.
REID & ^
lO^Pieces of Gingham on Sale
Sale Price    10c
in Pieces Best English Prints
Sale Price    10c
CO
££5
La lies' n* ise Blouses
HOHH
On Stile at 50c   i CJS
Ubb|  t Ladies' Parasols, 20 in lot,
Your|Choice For $1.00
l.ailics' ami Children's trimmed hats,
At Your Own Price
Boots and Shoes, odd lots.   Regular
;?4.00and $4.50—Sale Price $2.00
ty
La lies' Muslin l-Piece Dresses
Sale Price $3.00
Ladies' White Duck Skirls
On Stile at $1.65
k Men's Print Shins
On Sale at 75c. Each
Men's Fancj Worsted Suits, grand
value at $20.00
era
timi' tor us to show by our patron-
ili.it
nnl  n high clus toil star
mul i-imipnny   m   a   Ill's!   clnsatril   play,
\11....m1Iii.|'    *,    |,|'i, llli'l    of   I Mill    IHMllI .
FOR S A 1,15
1 Wnshstniul,
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spring  matti-enn,   I
NOT1S:    You «ill  liml posted about    large sizr Iron  iwn  spring nud mat.
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THE CITY IN BRIEF
Mrs,   Her ■• 11   Lewis  and daughter,
I Spokane, are •  tli   an 1 Mi
1.   Lewis.
Miss  .lal *      In
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her pa
> pa      I tliroui
■ .     on Thursd ij   on his wnj
trom Ottawa  to his bome     in      the
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Thei >'■•    esday h ill
lay nexl ■■■        10     account
sdaj     ■ ' -   *■ ij   iai    '''      tbc
C   P. R.
Di    Mi I.* purch ***mi|  an..ili* i*
10 •  ■'■ * •    * : n'centlj   pur
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m Mr.  Prank Uutirnc.
Rem* :   . *   thi   !..'■  ol   .*■' I..  'I 1
■ - I  •     Revelsti ke, und   I \ mu  ,*v
ny way. In      * 1       1
n   11 D .* mon'. Hall,   Ltd
• ni    Thursday,  l-'i day  and  Saturday,
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W.  W.  F* -•■ •    D puty  V n  iti r    ol
Works,  w.,s in the   ity      on
* iy  trom  n    trip
B    I-Wli lern .*•
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city.
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all-day fame with thi .  . All
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WARM WEATHER SUGGESTIONS
Wh) suffei with llu hail during the warm weather
,li.in** youi own kiking when *.,,* will deliver to you
every ilav I'Yfsli Hrenil, I'aU,*-ami I '.it I \ ..I all kinds
uiul as qnulil) is nui motto, we feel sine n trial
otiler will item a iteail) customer.
FRESH FRUITS AN!) VEGETABLES irriving iluil). Fresh
I etttiee, I 11 uu lie! 1, Tom it. ** . ' ireen ' lliiou
Strawberries,     I'hcrrii l-'oeoaluits,     Pineapples,
Ural Li mon      t'.rape   1 * ,*.:     ;: man is,    As we
lint 11.. mu     i|    nl you   will  always  liiul
ul I      :.
A. HOBSON,      Bakor and G'-ocor.
FOR   SAI.K
"0 acres firsl class land close to city, suitable
for cither fruit or mixed farming Will sell in
lots from 5 acres up, $85 an acre. Has. terms.
KOOTENAY AGENCIES  LIMITED
tOWll   enl irisms   in.Ill     utlli'l*        ritil-H,
iii which this compnny has appeared,
1 peaking in th * hi.-li.-si tormi ol this
nt I ruction. Everyone Is liis own heat
crltto, but the Mi-ilii'isniK ot others
aro always Interesting.
IMPORTANT Special sconery lias
been constructed tor tin* 'around the
Globe" lour. Both Itoo larger and
smallor lieing perfect of its kind, on-
nbl'lng Mr, OHmono tn ttso 11 complete
• *: nf scenery on large or small
stages.
The lail thai Mr, Gilmore bus a
play strong enough to enable *h*iin
to make this wonderful tour, Bhould
be proot sufficient to warrant, your
pa 11'..nunc.
(Slgnoil)   R.  TAPPING,
Mgr. Opera   Houao,
NEW EIRE LAWS
Set of Regulations to ATTord
Forest Protection
Vlatorla, \n -■ '' Siincl li n b is
been given by the provincial cabinet
to the new re nl.it ions gnv'timlng the
construction nnd operation ..! rail
roads in British Columbia, tho pur
pose of which is t.i aii .nl protection
against the peril of forest flro-a. Tha
lirsl of lh*' rules, to which bhe others
nro largely Incidentlal, is as Follows:
"During construction, the right of
way of every railway shall be cleared
nf all trees, lo :s, brush and other
perishable mai ler.   I.•>.'*- up 'dally  ro
erved to be made Into ti*. s, I imlver
or copdwood must be removed within
a rcasonivhlc 1 ime. All other Inllatn -
mahlc mul ei lal must I - piled as near
the centre ol the rigid ni way as p, ■
slide  with..ni   interfering  with       ths
 *a met ion  *.i  the  1* ailli   I and burn
a.l tinder |>erniit from thc provincial
llro warden. Hefore Issuing ary such
permil the warden must bo sure that
ample pi ecaiil ions hnve been taken lo
render siu-b  Imrniugs safe"
There are nl 11 pi o\ talons that e\ ery
locomotive snail bo equipped  with an
m . iisniii smoke box, titted with n. t
; n ■ mesh; that the ashpans on locomotives shall lie covered with heavy
sheet iron dampers, and thai wire
screens must bc lixed In the windows
of all  smok.aa  compartments       ffour
Vpril to October, Inclusive.
Mrs.   Kilpatrick    ami  children    left     R   B.  Bennett   has nnn    m   *  that
Thursday to kali-day .it  Si.  Leon.       he will accept  the ''.       1   ... *.    notn
for I In   cit)   of I lalgary.
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mi* time i: *     *  - ' ■' I ■■•   I louse
let  (evi 1.   as convalesi - m**i   Inst 1 n *.  Kami
to  h.i I thc   si
•'•"'     r'!1'   *    ','"1 >" aml
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Mr. in 11   Bid
cow,   Idaho,
Mi    *l    II    Roli.
Bank,
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tress, s large eil li and mattross, 1
carpel, 2 chairs, ^ parlor tables, oll-
clotjj and siaii* carpet, 1 Singer sew-
In • machine, 1 leather sofa, 1 Mori is
1 han, 1 set mission dining chairs, I
dining table, ', large oak sideboard,
1 velvet pile carpet, 1 parlor table,2
parlor anus, l rocker, s book and
wr-R'rng c.ism combined, dining room
nilclot-h, 1 good 1'i'ul and wood heal
er, 1 kltohe-n range "Dandy", I
child's rocker, kitchen utensils, etc.,
cubliiot, ■•l.'ii-lit and ecnlcrs, kitchen
arm i-iian, li other chairs.
IHverything     in splnnillil condition.
Mrs,  Tiny   Marshall,  5th  street,
DOMINION ELECTION
1911
NOTICE!
A general meeting of the Revelstoke Liberal Association will
lie held in the building recently
occupied by the Beaver Cigar
Factory on First Street, on Monday evening next, Augusl l-lth,
nt 8 o'clock, for the purpose of
appointing delegates to attend a
convention al Nelson on Friday
Augusl ISth, to nominate a candidate to contest Kootenay riding
in the interests of the Liberal
party in the forthcoming election.
All Liberals and others in Payor of reciprocity tiro invited to
attend.
C. R. Macdonald,
Secretary.
»p.p av-mf gale
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Again wc two ret nly for a busy Sftlvrdnj eventual Our ofTcr-
iuj-jy lusl week brunghluut lar^e crowtlfi nud uur bavKiiius were
quickly [)icled up. We hnve just ns gootl to-nifrHt nnd overv
iliinv, \ c offer i^' suitnlile lo lhe season. * oiue eurlj ui d ^el
lhe pick of thc lots. The Sulc begliia at7 p.m. and lnst« till
closing.
Ulttnll mma
Hood \\ Inn. iiiii-k Skirts only
$1.50 ,-,i.-li. Blue im.k Skins
with ulnii* spot, imh S3 .Mills
each,
(DxfiU'IlB atiti |.huupiii*•.
Will. ,   Tan llllll   lUlle  Camas
1'mm| •• ami   11** fords,  ..11  si.   s
fl  au   >\ In ,'.     I lu   **,iii*   Slltlll
il ii night al $1 .-.1 pi*i pail.
(fliiltirni'ti S'tiaiit tLlati.
( bihlri'ii's Straw  Hutlors  re-
ilii.nl p. 15c.
ffitirffl mtJi ShuirrtUutfl
A lai.'.* lot nl \ till iii*ii*liiu*s,
i'. .1 ch. ill .'ii.l i.llui l.u-i's anil
Insei tions, n i*.ul u III to lai-.
I III Sub' Salllnlav nii:hl al im.
pei ynnl.
These air oillj a fi u n( the
^! I'cliil prices Look in oui
windows,    lt will pn} yi u.
cTWcLennan CS» Co.
«^»«i.^«wi«i*»
ni*..-. ■«-->- ■>• i
t JH m- w -»J .X ■WliTm
vwm mm
l; n-,*i!..m.'** rent on Fifth street.*—
Apply w. ii. Koberts m,
foi ti ii colonies for $2a.
'.      Geo,  Laforme, phone 2211.
IH THE CHURCHES
R. C. CHURCH.
St,   Francis    ol    Assi  ii       I   iti   illi
er ol    Fifth     treat   and
■ Bnue.
* m    all        " :  :• 1 .  . xcept
Low  mass
Ithful    at
th   M 111 30  a.   in.,
'**:,. chiW en     at
. .-^a- . i.    licl   ■« ..;
Sacrament i 30 p.m.
Mas*,     every
7 30.      . 'onfossiuns       arc
uiul
llass.
J. F. McNEIL,  P.P.
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NOTICE !
Cash   Outfitters   for   Men
Who Know
1 havi- m..vi*.I my Btoclt Into the
New Howson Block, one door south
of tho Bank ol Commorce, and am
lilllnR up with new and desirable
goods for men on n sti ally cash nml
one urico system, under th** manage
ment of Paul Sampson, who has hmk
isl after the Interest of thc houso nnli
naini'.l tho confldence of our patrons.
Men who know i'm,.l values and can
appreciate the cash principal are In
*, Ited to try our store and 1 am sun'
llicy will rccoive the host nttenbion
possible. Try Bell's Dr. Rood's fashion and Drs. Special Bhoes, ihey soil
tor $6 mul $6.50.
JOHN BULL.
Howson Hlock -        Revelstoke.
EDiSON THEATRE
)nday and Tuesday
August 14 and 15
i n § »■ ,1
.hf 'ii.>-'
UU81
tertain
From The Children's Home
Des Moines, Wash.
Music—Mirth-Song
Pure  and Kenned
\m STREET CONCERT
Rer,ervet'   Scats   75c.    General
Admission 50c.   Children 2Sc.
SS'Mh^FSr BiNDERWFAR
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Half lhc Summer is still ahead. Wc have
provided for it hy keeping our stock well
assorted in sizes.
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FASHIONABLE SUITS FOR FALL
|ust received our hall Samples for made-lo-
order Suits.     Let   us  show   them   to   vou.
MeKinnon & Sutherland
Foot Kite Shoes.
Fit-Reform Clothing
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SUIT SAL!
Cm i ail stocli has been shit p id
iimi owing tn inn-s]i-n' being limited
we are clearing oul all our Spring
Clothing at a greal reduction.
See Our $15 Suit Window.
Values S32.   Now $25
in and Fancy Worsteds,
values lo $2500.   f'mw
ridin and Fancy Worsteds, <t I E
Sh.—
IftcHae Mercantile Co.. £td.
The Alien Clean Water Batii
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BEWS'   DRlXi   STORK
KODAKS
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Photographers' Supplies
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Tanks
Ti ii io ■     I ripods
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REXALL GOODS
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Soup - 1 • i: -. ■
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Rexall I'ooth I'aste
Kexall L'oM ('ream *   mil   fh
All   Rexall  pri pni ition ■ (five
BatiBf.ii ti..;i or iii'.ui**. h luii'l. -I
NEW BOOKS
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*■ operalIon doeB il all.
ii bath ia moveable; can be carried
o place, at  home or  travelling,
eight, 11 poundb.
ci-.S'i   *    ■ - hole co i and is bo low
yOU can't miss it.
Revelstoke Plumbing, Heating k Sheet Metal Co.
[-Estimates given [or Sanitary work, Bleclrlc l.Hilitni:-, Hot
Air, Water, Steam Heatlnt* and all kinds ol  Sheet  M. i.ii
Work.
Baths, Lavatories, Water Closets, etc
Prompt attention given to all orders.
See Our Show Room on Gonnauqht Avenue
Pin,in* No.
Box *HM
EYE   SIGHT
ON  EXHIBITION NEXT WEEK AT
Lawrence Hardware Co. Ltd.
.
Your Eyes will appreciate the case and comfort derived from wearing proper lilting glasses."
If you have not had your " EYES " attended to
WHY PUT IT OKE? We have arranged
with the
IMilE OPTICAL COMPANY
132 Eighth Avenue. CALGARY, ALBERTA
to send their representatives  to  our   store   on
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Aug. 11-18-19
oAlake it a point to consult them.
ALL WORK FULLY GUARANTEED
DIAMOND   HALL,   Limited
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