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Array " Empire" Typewriter
For ease of operation and
perfection in results it is
unsurpassed.     Price $(>0.
Interior Publishing Co., Agts.
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The Mail-Herald
Visiting Cards
A SPECIALTY
Interior Publishing Company
PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS
Vol. 16—No. 48
REVELSTOKE. B. C. JUNE 22, 1910
$2.50 Per Year
Bargains in
Sporting Goods
Having sold the bulklof our
Sporting Goods at a fair profit, we have decided to clear
out the balance of our stock
in these lines at greatly reduced prices, including:
BASEBALL GOODS-Bais, Balls,
Masks, Protectors, Gloves.
LACROSSE GOODS—Sticks. Balls,
and Gloves.
TENNIS GOODS-Racquets, Nets,
Racquet Bags and Presses,
and last year's Tennis Balls.
See our Sporting Goods Window
Prices Marked on all Goods
HUMANITARIAN WORK
What the Canadian Pacific Railway is Doing
IMPROVED WATER SUPPLY
Lawrence Hardware Go., Ltd.
Plumbing and Tinsmithing
——
M
m
; Imperial Bank of Canada j
H Head Otf ic-o-Toronto, Ontario. B
Ij Capital Authorized
| Capital Subscribed
[I Capital Paid Up
B Reserve
F
$10,000,000.00 fl
5.575,000.00
5,330,000.00
5.530,000.00
branches pr Aurnt" nt all principul points in'Caiiiiilii.
Llf ArfentB In Great BrltulD and United Statuo—-London, England,
&. Lloyda Hunk, LiiriteJ. Obicago— First National Bank, ('urn Kx-
g^j; change National Bank. Seattle—Seattle National Bank, Ran Fran-
jjcj oisco -Wells Fargo NeMula National Hunk, Spokane—Kxehmge
HJ  Nuti"nal Bank.
*# Savings Bank Department
Deposits of $1 and upward, received, and Interest allowod at
SB ourrent rate from date ot deposit.   Oorraspoudeuce solicited.
Revelstoke Branch— A. B.McClanoghan, Mgr.
r
FOR CAMPS
We Put Up
Choice Corned Beef
and Pickled Pork
In 100 lb. and
200 lb.  Barrels
P. Burns & Co.
LIM ITE I)
Clearing Sale of Ladies' and Children's
Trimmed Millinery
at Cost Price
Mus.  A. G. Crick
TWO DOOKs BA9T OF EDISON THEATRE
Ono ol iln1 most popular movements
on, the Canadian Pacific Uailway, of
recent organisation, i- that of First
Aid to persons suffering from an ident
nr sudden illness. In order that tho
leader may understand tho importance and value of "First Aid," both
in employer and employee ii may lm
well to give a brief outline showing
what "Firsl Aid" i i, what its objects
are, und the results ol proper nnd iiu-
proper lirst aid treatment, and the
question "What is First Aid'.'" is best
answered bj staling what ii~ objects
aro:—■
1.   Tn lead n.professional     | pie
the best way to render immodiatc ,ii-
lenlion in any person suffering accident nr Midden illness, until ili" arrival of the doctor.
■_'. T aeh people whal  not   lo   do
in ease of accident, so that ihere
shall lie nn likelihood ol a sympathetic but ignorant public causing nnnees-
snry [inin uud suffering through improper treatment.
.'I. Thut   in   rase  uf  emerg y,  such
as  lil ling,   poisoning,  choking.       or
drowning, ;l liie may not lie sacrificed for ihe want of a litlloelementury
knowledge mi ilie pari >>i il"' bystander, m
Thefollowing comparison of two recent accidents will give some idea nf
ils  importance   in  lhe    general  public
in,.!  !;'*!ns employing  largo    nodi I
men:
"A man wns knocked down In u
street ear ami suffered a simple Iract-
ure oi ilie thigh bono, that is in say.
the bone only was broken and nolle
nf ilie parts adjacent therein, smh as
lhe  tissues  nr  ;ln   artery,   were  injured.
The onlookers wiih ihe view of getting llie poor fellow out of the w ay
oi passing trallic, lifted the man lo a
perpendicular position willi the weight
of his bmly on the broken leg, thereby causing i|),. bones in become further displaced ami tn pierce ihe fenior
al nr main artery ni the thigh. This
well meant action nn the pan of the
public resulted in ihe death nf the
unfortunate sufferer. Had the driver
or conductor ul lhe street ear in ques-
tion been instructed in the elementary
principles of "First Aid," nnd made
use of such knowledge, the man would
no doubt huve been alive today mil
the street ear company saved heavy
claims for damages."
Compare this with an accident which
occurred in a machine shop recently,
and where proper lirst aid trealmelit
was rendered as below,
"A man was caught by machinery,
and ha I his Qrm Bo lacerated that all
the nnieles were lorn off, and the bra.
ehiul (arm i artery severed, lie would
jJJJ jliave die I nf hemorrage in a few
minutes had ii not been Ior the valuable aid afforded by a member nf a
Flint  Aiil Corps, who caught  up    the
artery  and  controlled    the     bl linLr,
by digital pressure until a tourniquet
ua- pirn un-1. which he placed in position, i'he man was then removed tn
the hospital, where the am had to
be amputated at the shouldor. The
assistance rendered by ihe firsl aid
man wa- highly spoken ni by lhe oflio
er nt the hospital, as there was no
d.nibt  it  savod tlie other man's life."
During last February a young fanner of Woodbridge, Man., wna taken to
St. Boniface hospital bleeding from a
gunshot wound iu the arm. i'he man
was in such a weakened condition
from loss ol blood that he died within a 'e« h - ,,f entering the hospital, thai is to my, lie il,,.(I f,,r ihe
wain ol a little intelligent first aid
treatment on the part of ihe public.
These Bro only ,., few ,,i hundreds of
cases where life has been lost, or   on
'I tiler  hand  saved, depending      on
the ability ,,i th,. bystander to render
proper    or    impro|>er  treatment    just
when ihe ,,i, idem  happ	
Mail)      cases    ,,f    apoph'N)    mi  the
streets have I i mistaken for drunks
b) mn policemen and ihe poor f. II..w
lodged    n,     ,( cell  Ior ih,- night onl)
tO    I'e    foUntl    ilea.I     Ihr    following 111.
Mall) inn,.- |)nve mir police, wiih
the best im,.ntj,,,|. j,, ,1,,. wor|cJ, had
persons placed in ,-, hack and sent to
the newest hospital wilhoul any regard a-  tn ih,. nature of il.e injuric
sustained ami  thereby caused iinnei	
snry Buffering and I,,.. ,,f lii,,.
1 ho noodl uli,.rinL, caused by  the
ignorni f in,-killed persons   is    ,.,s
undoubted a-  ii  is dnploraUo. B)
rough handling or for Wnnl of the
slight   knowledge  necessary   in enable
'•'em   i,,  -u|i|    ;1n   injured  limb very
—rii.u. consoquonoea may ensue, To
arrest     bleeding     from    nn artery is
't'"1'' easy, yo( :l -amis ,,f live- have
'""■n   lost   in   the  pr nee nf     hclplc
»pei tators who had iml been tutighl
'lm Intl.. knowledge nooessury In enable them lo give Intelligent I'n -i
Md   tn   the   -uli, ,, i.    In  order   to   pre,
■ dl tin- ui essnry Buffering and
to their employees and in    ihu
•  Hiil'   publii    who   may   al     limes
■ Iwl  oi   Midden Ulneii    the
|dlrt0ton ol the Cauudian IVilk Bail
Voting on By-Law to Raise $27
000 Takes Place Saturday
way have inaugurated a largo ami
broad minded humanitarian scheme
whereby all their employees who so
wish, and especially those employed
on wrecking trains and passenger
trains may obtain instruction siilliei-
eitt to enable them to render suitable
treatment until such lime as lhe patient can l«' conveyed lo B medical man |„ anothor column will bn found
,,r a medical man brought to the pa- t|,0 by-law for the raising by debon-
tieitt. The men are given dee hit- I nm, ,,( $27,000 for the augmenting,
urea nnd    practical      instruction      by   extending   and  improving    the       oity
water   supply,    The    lieisl   ol    a      bellel
supply   of   water   for   Uevelstoke   in   tin
midst of   BUinmor    when    the   supply
runs short, is recognized by every * - ■ t
l/en,
ind
u abundance of water is
low   more   necessary   than  over,   since
Bowers have been installed,    li   is
will
the
pi,,| >i
qualified medical practitioners niter
which some other medical man examines them and providing the) can
pass the necessary examination, recommends them for tho cortilli ale of
lhe St. John Ambulance Association.
After  ihe examination,  men     holding
this   certificate   are   allowed   one   hour . ,,, |„, |„,pe,l  lhal   the I'alepnyui
each  week  In  meel   logothcr lor  prue
the and are  thereby kept   up    to
proper slale of olliclency,
S. A. CJidlow, general secretin-) n
the Canadian Pacific Uailway eentr
of Si. John's Vmbnlnnec Association
is nn a visil In lievelstoke. and i
Ihis week e.hilic less,,ns at lhe V. M
('. A. lo C. I'. R.employees ii
ail.     lie   has   been   active!)    and        ell
ihusiastieally   connected   .wiih   ll r-
der f.,r ihe pasl ten years, raining te
Montreal eight years ago lo net a-
secretary in I.a'P) II. -lohnson, chair
man nl" lhe I'. I'. It. c ll I re. lie wa-
formerly eonnei ted with the S'ortl
Knslern   Uailway  company  of       V.nu
fully  ihe importance    of
I now before them and support the passage oi ihe inouc) by-law
rek[iiired in carry mil ihis work. The
Vutillg lakes place on Saturda>, -lune
J".ili.    U)   raising  ll eeessnry   money
lhe    I ale|,|i\ ers    will    bring    U|,oli     ihem
selves   no   additional   taxation,   as   lbe
'o'si    in, ceased  revenue obtained from       ihe
en.     C.   I'.    U.   al    and   oilier   sources   will
or-     it than cover lhe intoresl  and sink-
i   to    ill!"  fund   to provide fnr  the delimit ures
as   whieh  will extend  over .111 years.
lievelstoke is -lea lib growing, anl
a- ihe eity increases iu population I he
necessity nf an nileifuntc water supply
will   be   m keenly1  fell   and  when    il
land, .where he look  his first certificate is considered   lhal   the  supply  miii     lie
being a  railroad  man.  wiih every op- secured  without  any cosl  in  ihe  rale-
porlunity     to    study    exigencies   and payers,  ihe citiw-ns „. ,, whole should
[lungers nf railroad  men. ,,,||  M,, ,,t  t|„. |„,||^ ,,,, Saturday next
Mr. fiicllow's Work in Montreal ne- „ih! vote for lhe by-law lo
eessitat'ed a report to Sir lleiliert being passed ami (he wai
I'citoI, ehiei secretary of lhe order ih0 city thereby improvetl.
in London and thus through the
' Ican 1 council  his exceptional services
lie, anii' known to llle King, who was
pleased to present him wiih a beautiful   Maltese cross   of   the  order ,,f
John.
isine  lis
supply,,f
Burglars at Work
WEDDING BELLS
I Katly on Sunday morning last, the
premises of  lhe  Mcliao  Mercantile  Co.
Ion )u!\enzie avenue were broken inl*'
from   lhe   iv,,:'    and   a   large     qilnnlit)
of       lock    Stolon.     tX.    I i.     Mi Itae, on
visiting    the    store    on Sunda)   after.-
noon noli.e.l iln- back door open, and
' several articles of clothing, etc., about
(In clnser inspection he found a heavy
iron bar on llie counter and a large
spike near lhe cash register, which
wa-  rilled  of  ils    contents.      Several
A very pretty wadding took place mi
Wednesday morning at the home of
Mrs. .1. II. Kennedy, when their eldest
daughter Kiln May. was united in
marringe   to   -loseph   Arthur,    son     of
.1. .i. Woodland, both of ihis city, by ( tg nf ,.lol,H,s „.,,,.,, toUm] ,„ Im, „,is.
the Kev. Mr. Melvin. The Wedding Bing ;^ wo„ M ;i ,„w ,,„■„.„ „f Bhoe8j
manh (Mendelssohn*) was played by gM t.n<ii< m|(, ,„„|,,,.w,,,,,( |M.si,|,.s ,)„
Miss Crislobel Pagden. The bride ,„„„„„, „f „„, glB9a s|l(|W ,,,„,, ,,,„
was Lr,ven away by her father. Her ^.^ Q, g<j,d t.,ltv |inlcs, tio pina
mM     0Vet    fobs, e.e.,  all   of considerable      value.
■■•.'*
white   taffeta  silk
,1    she carried    a
The back  door  had been  forced  open,
shower   bouquet   of   bridal   roses     and     ^,     |o(j|(   ^ ^ |)rok(,n     Qwing
lillics  of  ihe valley.   The bridesmaid,   ,o  tho darkneM „f the |an8 at      the
Miss   IsoM   Woodland,   sister    of     tho t  ,, ,„u ,,,,
rear ot  the nremises a man couht eas-
groom,     was  gowned iu  white      silk
mull over pink silk, and     carried
accomplice keeping guard in front, as
was  probably  the ease.   Kenny       Mo-
liae states     that  he noticed  two men
gltt   lo  the hiKlo was a    loafing  al)(p||(   ,,,,,„.   ,,,„ s(,„,,  „„   S(l(.
a    unlay   nighl   late,   and     early   Sunday
morning      two     men  nf  a   suspicious
L'Kai'afcter were seen in tin.' vicinity,
organist ,, pearl crescent. |   Te,      m, ,,aV, lwen M.,„ in ,,11 <! 1 .-
After  Ihe ceremony   lhe company sat    ^.^   {q   ,,,,,   |Mllj,,„   „,  ,„.,.,..,        ,,|lv
down  to a da,lily breakfasl  in „ Is,,,,-    s„,|,i, ■ „|s |ookiug ,„„„, ,„„,  ;,  is  ,„,,[,
lilullv   decorated   room.       lhe  presents      11     .,    .     1      .i- -ii   , .,..!,,
1 able   that   lhe   fluoves     will   be   caught
were   costly nud numerous,   testifying
to  the esteem in which     the     young
Couple   were   held.
Mr. and .Mrs. Woodland left on Ihe
south (rain for Spokane and Kootenay      points.       Tin,   bride's   travelling
rear of  the premises a man coul,
ily    effect    an entrance to th,'    store
a   wiihoui being seen, especially with at
shower bouquet  of pink     anl      white
carnations.     The groomsman  was    .1.
S.   Hooley.
The grooms gifl  lo the brido
ail   and  am
bridesmaid   a   pearl   pendant,    lo     the
groomsman a sel  of cuff-links, lo    the
suit was green chiffon Panama cloth,
with „ larire picture hat. tin their return ihey will make their home in
Itevelstoke  ICaslo  and  Nelson papers
please   COP)'.
very soon. The siore is lhe only one
ill llle street where there is no one
sleeping mi ihe premises at night,
and lh" burglars were probably well
aware   of   this   fact,    i'he   lost goods
umolinl    to   a   considerable   sum.     anl
fla/ciiltural Society
llie thieves took their choice of the
largo stock, Tho knob of the Bafo was
also cracked, as if il had been struck
., heavy blow, bill lhe lock was intact
Two men were arrested on Monday
al   Kamloops on suspicion bill   nothing
mul I be proved against  them.      ihe
C.ladstone bag containing most of the
A   cling of the agricultural  Soci- 'articles  stolen  and  lour largo bottles
ety   w.a-   held   lost   nighl,   wiih    ('.   I'\   ,,[ w|,iskc.v was found yesterday mt I he
Lindmark, president, In ihe chair. The   BOulh  track  near (iroenslido.   li   Booms
meeting was cnllod tn make arrange-   MS jf the burglary and tho nccidenl  mi
incuts  ior  lhe annual   Fall  Fair    this   (|„, ,0iith  track  mi  Monday    were    in
year,    tlul   of  fifty-seven  stock   holders   B0mo way connected.
in  the association, only three put    in
an appearance,  besides  hall a    do/en
poultry     enlhuslnstes.     Consequently
no business could Is' transacted    and
ii   nooms  as  if  the  fair  ihis year    will
iml   lake  place  unless   those  who     are ,
vitally interested attend the meetings   |
There are a  large  number of 1 pie
who  wanl   lo gel   busy   aud   help,   bin
who hnvo no say in ihe affairs of ihe
oeiel) ,  not  lieing stuck  holders.      lie |
le      lhc  stork  holders  and   those      on 1
lhe   back   oi   ll Id   iiui  Chili   notes, '
which  amount,  lo over 81000 gel   busy j
and do Something ll ocloty is liable
In   fall    lo   pieces,     lu   lhe     lasl        Iwo
vears   ihe debl   assii I  from   lhe iini
club by  ihe society  has b 1 reduced
by some s|,itiin,   ihe reduction    Iwing
made by   iln, profits ol  llle lairs,  Stock
River Bank Erosion
ttwine io the Columbia making ser
imi- inroad- lo llie bank below lhe
Hi 1 .uinl hold Inst w.-ek, a largo num-
Imi of men were employed b)  the go\
en 111 in hauling ami dumping  rock
into  the deep basin  underneath       the
hotol,  where  il Idles  are  st longest
and  where  I Iui erosion  hus  I n  Lioing
on.    N'eaiiy   200   loads   of   rm k        have
I ii   thrown   into   ihis   part     of        lhe
river bank, und n Is hoped lhal all
further danger ol the destruction of
Mr. Sione's proport) will Is- allayed.
The ilelleilinu of lhe miii,nil has licen
caused  by  lhe piers nl  ihe  new   traffic
niinle Iiy Ilin p,nlils ol llie (nils. Stock
holders should evince mole interest ill
Iho   mailer    us    nothing    call    be      done
wilhoul  al   lea-l   a  quorum of      ll	
bridge,   which   creates  a      whirl
ioi
Kitchenware
There's a satisfaction in
the purchase of a first class
article, especially when the
price is no more than you
have often paid for inferior
goods. We have everything
in the line of fine Kitchen-
ware Stew Kettles, Tea
Kettles, Double Boilers,
Coffee and Tea Pots, etc.
&
Hardware
We carry a complete stock of Shelf and
Heavy Hardware: also Refrigerators, Lawn
Mowers, Garden Hose, Wire Fencing and Gates,
Ice Cream Freezers. Agents for Sherwin Williams Paints.    Kootenaj and Sask-alta Ranges.
Bourne Bros.
GROCERS
HARDWARE DEALERS
PLUMBERS
just opposite   llle  lllielilal   hotel,   Wbill
has resulted in ihe washing aw"y "I n
j largo  porlion   of   ilie  bank   and the   un- !
i .leuninriiL' ol Iho mattress,     lines: wl
nt   n niiN'linir.    ||n,  iiotdirv  men       are    ,      , ,     ,,  ... ,        , , ,i     i  .,
' '  .      , .,,     be  d pi'd   all   llus  week   mil,I  thedalll-
wniting  lo  know  whether  lhe lair  will ,       , ,.,.   ,
,    , , aire  has   been   reel llll'il.
lake place or not iM'fore they make
Iheir arrangements, and fruil mowers
and ol hers M- well are anvioiis lo
hear whal   is going  lo  be done,      11   is
therefore in  the  Intorosti of the oity
ilml   lhe  slock  holders  do  their  work,
und L'ei  ihe preliminaries started,   II
not   the  fair will   not  eventuate.
C, 1'. 11. mid Hevelstuku moving pictured tonight at the Edison.
ii I'oslon   to  the  bank,   If   allowed
to   1'iiin   headway   would   probably   en-
danccr lhe foundations of the hotel.
TUCKKR, the local photographer,
auks you to get prices on whatever
you want in photon and come to him
nnd bo will make yonr work as clirap
an any one will, 11 nut cbuitpor aud
better, too,
P|S*
rOKi
The Overalls Tfiat Ar& As
Good As Their Name   a
\liS.PETERSi
ONION   MADE   •
McRae Mercantile Company, Ltd.^-**
The Up-to-Date Men's Furnishers
fresh and Wholesome Meats
Having been re-organized under
new management we are in a position to supply you with the best
of everything in the way of Meats
and Packing House  Products.
All Our Meats are Government
inspected. Family trade specially
catered for.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
ONE  MERRY. MUSICAL  NIGHT
LAROES1 ATTRACTION EVER in REVELSTOKE
OPERA HOUSE, SAT. JUNE 25
Wm. P. Cullon's Sumptuous Presentation of
45 People   The All-Laughter Musical Comedy   45 People
"The Alaskan"
Revised, Returned, Fresh from Five  Months
Chicago Triumph with
RICHARD  F.  CARROLL
And the Prettiest, Sauciest,  Daintiest
Chorus of "Qirly Girts" ever organized
A  POSITIVE NOVELTY    UnlKNU. vs. ESKIMO GIRLS
Snowballing
PRICES, 75c, -$1.00. - $1.50
s.i ■   Wei
Macdonald
Drug Slorc. Page
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE 13- C
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22ND, 1010
Zbc ADafMbevalb
PUBLISHED WKD.NKSDAY ANII
SATURDAY   Al
REVELSTOKE.  B.   C.
interior publtsbtng Company
Limited
Subscription   Rates
Including postage io England, United SLhUjh
.uul Canada,
By llie year I through postoffloe] |2.5()
HaK " -            i.au
Quarter " " "    1.00
J JB    K1XTING promptly executed at reaHon-
able rate*.
I'KKMs>-Cash.   Bubecrtptto im payablo in ad.
vauce.
ADVERTISING   RATES.
Lt-g.i notice-l«i cent.- per line tir^t insertion,
S conu por line each subuequonl Insertion
Measurements Nonpariel 11- linen make one
inch), ^tore ami gonoral btulnoaa an*
Dounoemente $£.fiu per inch per month,
Preferred positions, 25 por tent, ad-
tinknil. Birth-, Marriages and Doathn,
fiuo.  each  Insertion.
Uuul notices fT.fiu All odverUsemontd
subject tut he approval of the management.
Wan tod and L'ondensod Advortisomeuts:-
AKtiu- Wanted, Help Wanted, Situation*
wanted, Situations Vacant, TeaohorH
Wanlod, Mechanics Wanted. 10 wordn or
U--   25c,   BftCh   additional   line   IU    COIlU,
Cbangas in -tainting advortlsemeuts must
bein ny y a. m. 'Tuesday and Kriday ol
o«eh week to Booure guo^i display,
OOEUlKaPONDKNCK invited on matters o!
public interecU Oomoiunlcatloua to Kdi
tor most he accompanied hy name ut
writer, not ueoessarily fo publication, bui
a> evidence of good faith. Uorregpondenoti
goould be brief.
II
AKVEV, McCAKTKK
ANU PINKHAM,
BARBIBTHBH, HOLIC1TOBM, KTC.
OmOMI   IMI'EKUI. HANK Hl'lI.IMNU IlKVKl.
rroKK, Ii. C.
Craubruuk, H, I".
Mouey lo loan.
OlHoes   llevel.itolio. H (
O.o. 8. McCaktkk
A.  M.   1'lNKHAM- J. A.   HAKVKY,
Kevelsloke, CrBubniuk
w
1LLIAM I. liKHHiS
Barrlater
Solicitor, ele.
Solicitor fori—
The Canadian Bank ok COMMBBOB,
Thk Molsons Bank, Etc.
F1KST 8T.,   •   REVEL8TOKK, B,C
TO  RENT
HOUSE-^ix rooms and bathroom, modern plumbing.
Close to First Street and McKenzie Avenue.
$25 PER MONTH.
HOUSE" Eight Rooms, furnace and modern plumbing,
Fifth Street.-$30 PER MONTH.
HOUSE—Seven rooms, Third Street. $15.00 PER
MONTH.
FOR SALE-Houses and Lots in different parts of City
at reasonable prices.
LOANS negotiated on improved property.   Fire, Life
Accident Insurance.
and
REVELSTOKE GENERAL AGENCIES, Ltd.
REM.   ESTATE,   LIFE,   I IKK   /VNI>  ACCIDENT   INSURANCE
In i li.iiM,. ol ili,. i'ihmini. iinn work mt
in ii   llinl   i linn   i-  npurcri  in mi|>-
|ni"M forest liriM. | .'i ili,' governmnnl
r.'iMj''i- enforce llu- law without li'iir
or fnvor,  nml make mi example uf nil
instances    ol     ruleless ws,     In      the
Itiir I'.i'ii'l I'm inslnnii' there are UMII)
miles ui limln'i. wliii-h, Iw-fiuf iln-i
tlliiUi        ■   iiMhui.'i' I un.l   ami   iiIiIm'-iI.
"ill I'itviilnte in this conimiiiiil.v *21'2.
linn,mm.      Kvorj   mile  nl   thai   liinlxu'
llinl     i-   il." iriiM'il    nils   a   ri'iliiiiinii
in that immense spending nml cireii.
lilting  power ol Sj7:!.iiliii.
i)OBEKT BillTU
Proviuciul Land Surveyor,
Mining Suiveyor
i Eni'iueeriiiK
McKenzie Avenof,
Box 100, Rbvklstokb
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9.LION &  EVELBIGH,
uichitkcts
VANl'urVKU ANIi  UBVKL8TOKE, B, 0.
All communication!! nddreBsed lo Post
otlice, Revelstoke, will have prompt
aUention,
c. w. o  w.
Mountain Viow Camp, No. 22a
BMc't* Second and Kuurth Woilut'inlayi* tu
each month, in Selkirk Hull. ViKitiu Woodmen cordially invited to attend.
W  E OSBORNE, (Jon. Com.
JAS. McINTYHK, Clerk.
Kootsnay Lodga, Ho. 15, A. F. & A. M.
uf-^-\ Tlie regular ii"1*"
aro hold in Ilio
HAB1CTKMPLK
OddfelWws Hull, mi
lho third Monday iu
oaeh month al 8
p.m. VlsltiuK broth-
ron   oordiatlj   wai-
J  T   POLLOCK, Mkthh.
I  HAS   ,1   AM IN   SEI KETABl
Selkirk Lodge 12,1.0,0. f.
Moel- ovory Tliuri-
day  e%euin« iu  Sol-
kirk H«IUt8ii'il"Ck
Vi>ilitiK hrothron aro
Itoud.
cordially iovluil lu
L   PBOBYN, S.U.
JAS. UATBIK;skc.
Cold Range Lodge, K. of Pi
No. 26,  Revelstoke, B. C.
MEETS ..VKKY WKDNS -1' \ Y,
excei-t 1 bird Wedneadi .
eaci mnoii
Ua.il   ai
Enlibtaai
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jurdinliy .uviieii.
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0. H. DKuiK. K   ut  K. A S.
T. P,   SMITH. M. of K
rut VI \   rut lil' DISTRICTS
Tl,.'   time  has  come  for  il»'  revision
f uir Court  districts  of  the interior,
ami     ilir     line     which      the     revision
shoiihltnlie   is   an   mljiinl nl        iilntiu
lhc lilies i.l' railway instead ol north
.nnl south.     As  mutters stnnil .Indgo
l-'.iiin  tnkes Wesl   Is 1111,1   with head
ijuurters ut N'elson, nnd .ludge Wilson
tnkes I'.'mi Konii'ii.'iy wiih hcuiUruar*
iei- .ii Cranbrook. Roth .ludges Imvo
done exeellenl work in iiuii res|ieetive
districts, Iuu when ii is considered
tli.it ever) nip .Judge Forin tnkes to
Revelstoke iiGCesBitatcs three in four
days I ravelling, nnd ovcri nip -1 ml >_r< •
Wilson takes to flolilcn in winter
menus n week's travelling under much
pcrsonul dilliiiiliy tlivl ineonvenienee,
il i- readily seen Imw difliciill il i-^ lo
uni!. the northern mnl southern parts
oi" iln- counties together, l.nsl year
ihe Hoard of Ira Ic look llii-' matter
up with Premier MrBride .uul Attorney
llenei'ul Bowser wiih ., \ i •«■ to having
ihe counties re-ftujuHted nud n separ-
.lie i'i '.',. 'ml district established fur
North Kootenay, with n judge rcsi-
ilcni in Revolstoke. In n<l<litio(1 to the
County Court sittings held nl Revelstoke, Wilin,T an,l Colden, similar -ii-
1'hil;^ should be held ni Arrowhead,
Vnkusp mul l'ii'1,1 ns well, tlii- mnk,
ine a eireiiii   whicli   would  pi*ett>   well
tnke up llie tin f .-1 judge mul      lie
, onvenient      work,     We      1 rust       tin
l'i.,\ incial   m i\ ,1 nun nt   w Ml   nut    lm
.'el   iheir undertaking  1,1     look    inti
llii-   lii.it lei   will,   ;i   \ iew    I-.   lull in.
-■ .elm- tineut  ..i Mi'li-'i J 'li-n i 1-       il
■r. m    llle   Iiiii"    ii.'li
Mrs Hermdnn McKinney
TEACHER OF VOICE AND PIANO
Mason's  Touch  umi   Technique
Special .lUeiiiiui!  paid  t" beginners nnd backward pupils.
Tl'.KMS  MODKHATi;
SECOND STREET
Near Drill Hall
STRAWBERRIES
lipe Strawberries can be supplied in nny quantity.
WING CHUNG
Corporation of the City of Revelstoke
By-Law  No. 156
WHEREAS it is deemed necessary
and expedient in the inleresl of tbe
Oity of ItevcMnke that the present
water supply system of tbc City
should be improved, augmented and
extended;
ANII WUER1CAS to defray the
cost thereof il will be necessary to
borrow the sum uf Twenty sev.m
thousand i$'27,tHHH dollars which the
Council proposes to raise by the issue
I uf debentures seemed upon the rates
.and charges which arii chargeable and
enforceable for tbe user ul water and
electric light under the "Water and
Klei'ltic Light Regulation By-law
19U8," ami lhc Muni, ipal I lausea Acl;
AM) WHEREAS lbe estimated
amount of the said rales and charges
chargeable  and  enfoiceable   lur   the
j year in which this by-law  is  passed is
ttma.uuu.uus
AM) WIIKKKAS there is now
charged on thu said  rates and charges
llle sum of ISH.IIIIIi.SI;
AM) WHEREAS  ibe debl hereby
created is  on   I be set tuny of   llle said
j Wilier   and   electric   light   rales   and
charges and is fmilur guaranteed by
the Municipality at large;
AM) WHEREAS i"i' the paynienl
■ uf tbe said principal money  anil Intel
vent during the currency thereof, and
it .-.Inill be expressed iu said debentures and coupons to lie so payable.
5 II shall be lawful fur the said
Mavor to negotiate and sell the said
debentures or any uf them for less
ilim par, bui in nu case shull lbe debentures nc any uf t bein be sold for less
than ninety-live per centun of their
face va'ue including the cost uf negotiating and sale, brokerage and other
necessary expenses.
II. Fur lbe paynienl '.of lbe said debl.
there shall be set aside and withdrawn
each year during the currency of (be
Bald debentures from the annual our-
rent revenue of tbe .Municipality as
derived from tlie said wctec and elee-
l ric light rales and charges the sum uf
$2.'tt) 38 and euoh sum shall be transferred from lbe annual current revenue
account and paid into a special account tu form a sinking fund fur the
purpose mentioned herein.
7. Por lbe purpose of paying tbe interest un ihe said debentures as same
becomes due and payable there shall be
sel aside and withdrawn each year
front the annual current revenue uf
lbe Municipality as derived from said
wafer ami electric light rates and
charges tlie sum of $1,350.00, which
niiiii shall be transferred from the
annual current revenue account und
paid Into a special account for such
purpose aud to lie disbursed when and
as the instalments of interest become
dm.
s. During the currency of said debentures the said rates and charges tu
lhe extent aforesaid shall not form
part uf the annual revenue of tiie
Municipality.
11. If shall be lawful lor lbe Municipal Council from time lo time
tu repurchase any of said debentures at such price or prices as may be
mutually tigieed upon with lbe legal
holder in holders thereof and all
debentures su lepuichased shall be
cancelled and nu re issue uf any such
debou!uie ui- ih benturesshull he made
in cons' qurncc of such re-purchase.
lu. As additional seem ily the
credit uf the Municipality al large is
heieby pledged fur the paynienl uf tin
iiinii.il Interesl   and sinking fund i
THE    MOLSONS    BANK
INCORPORATED 18S5
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 BANKING: OUSINE86 TRANSACTED
SAYINGS     BANK   DEPARTMENT
At all Branches.    Interest allowed at highest current rate.
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager.
Cummings Transfer Co. Ltd.
Freight and Parcels Promptly [Delivered
Baggage Transferred
Furniture and Piano Moving a Specialty
Leave Orders at Steam Laundry Office
OFFICE:    SECOND STREET        REVELSTOKE, B. C.
est during the currency ol  the deben- iuuired fur the extinguishment   of the
lures to he issued, il is necessary lu set   debt  created hy   ihis   By-law and   llle
I aside and withdraw l'rum  the annual Municipality hereby guarantees pay-
current   revenue  derived   from   said I ment uf the same.
Front St.
Uevelstoke. B. C.
Court
Mt. Begbie
3461
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uf unorirj  and natIon d  '■■ ...
| wai ei anil electric Lutes uiulchurgiti
annually the sum ol $1,6811,88 ihe
specitlc annual sum required tor the
puymunt of inleresl being $l!i.")U.UU,
and fur tlie payment uf llic ilcln
$230.88;
AM)    WIIKKKAS   Uie   estimated
i deficiency   iu  said   rates and charges
required to   make   up  the  uiiiuiini uf
iln-annual interest ami  sinking lund
upon tlie debt heieby mettled is ni':
BE   IT  THKKKKUltK   KN/UTKl)
by thu Municipal Council  uf  lbe  Uor-
| (luriitiun of the Cily ui Kevelstoke as
follows :
11. This Hy-liiw shall come into
force and take effect on the :inih day
of June, mill.
12 This liyl.iw may bo cil eil fur all
pui'imses as the Water and Klcclric
l.iuht Kales Loan By-law, Nu. lull,
llllll.
Keild a lirst lime the Hlth da- ,.i'
June. UMtl.
R-.,a1 a secuiul lime the lllth dav uf
June, llllll.
Head a third lime lhe Hub day uf
June, llllll, and pissed Willi the
unanimous consent uf the Council,
Received Ihe as-cut uf the Electors
dav uf
1010.
nsldered end finally passed and
dav
I ITY   I I.WIN
ilAVllll,
I.   The    sum     uf     Twenty-Seven
I Thousand Dollars, or so much thereof]    He
.is shall he necessai v, shall be expend-   adopted Iiy lllo Council Ihi
ed iu improving, augmenting and ex- of lull).
Lending the water .-upply system nf
lhe '.'ily, and il shall he iiiiiiiii fur the
Mayor < f the Corporation of lhe Cily
"i Uevelstoke to borrow in the credit
and seciuiiy   uf   tiie   said   rates   unit
charges hy way ul debentures heieiu- TAKK NOTICE thai the above is u
alter mentioned hum any pel-sou or, true copy of the proposed By-law upon
persons, body or budieB corporate who wlvclt the vote of lbe Municipality
may be willing tu udvauce the siuue, will be taken at the City Clerk's office
a sum not exceeding in the whole I'll >' Hall, curlier uf Second sl reel and
the sum of Xweuly-Mevell Thousand McKenzie Avenue, Uevelstoke, 11. C,
Dull u- and tu cause all such Minis su un Sal uiday, June 2."itb, llllll, between
niiM'd Iu lie paid intn the hand-ul ihe the hours of Nine o'clock a.m. and
ri.-,i,-ui-ei of lhe said City foi the pur-  Seven o'clock, p.m.
pubi'Siind wiih ihe  objects  heie j ,,,,,'.,,.   .    .  ..VHnisi
lore recited, ...    '" '    '\.A- l-AX;^,u:S' ..
t leii. ul the Municipal Council.
2.     ll   -hiil   l,r   lawful   fur   lhe -aid
M.iVi.i   to r.iu-i'  thy liliinti   i-  uf   del,en-
iiir.s lo be made executed and  Issued
lm such -ui ■ sums as may   he required   lm   lhc   purposes  ami  ilij-ctsl
.im..anI iei  exceeding however the     Scitlcis mi   Dominion Lands can get
•uiu    ul     In enn seven      thousand ,,     ,, ■ , ,, ,■        ..-
Hollars each of said debentures being I"'"""" :" llu' I'roviuclal I'ohce office,
• ■! iln- denomination ol Due Thousand Kevelstoke, ur any ul ihe Provincial l'ire
Dollars and all such debentures shall | Wardens,   provided   thej   comply   wiih
.'■il \l ith lhe -eal of lhc Col polll-
,,i   i he l iiy   uf   Revelstoke  and
signed Ly the Mayor and Clerk there-
Bush Fire Permits
4 Suits, Size 22 $3.50 to $4 50 for $2 and $2.50
6 Suits, Size 23   4.00 to   a.75 for 2 and   2.50
4 Suits, Size 24   4.00 to   5.00 for 2 and   2.50
2 Suits, Size 25   3 50 to   5.00 for 2 and   2.50
2jSuits, Size 26   3.50 to   4.00 for 2 and   2.50
2 Suits, Size 27   3.50              for 2
I 2 3-picce Suits, 27 to 33, $5 anil $0 for $2.75 & $3.50
MeKinnon & Sutherland
;; FIT-REFORM CLOTHING
Si 1 nuns ,s  and 6 ol  Chapter   S4,   Bush
I lie- An.
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::.    Tin' -aid debentures -hill  hear
n.  _ uh day  of  .Imi.    lulu,  and
-hall be made  | lyahle in  fifty years
from ihe said date in lawful money uf
'1 ni.-.- uf the  MoUona
Bank al  Revelstoke aforesaid,  which
nf p i>■ muni  shall  hu  designated
■     in-,    mil    shall    have
■ Ihem coupons I'm the pay.
i interest  ..nd I In-  signature in
.,- in.i>   l»- eithei   written,
mi,pi d or lithographed.
lelienl in e ■  shall liear
rate    I  Five (.1   per
: n  .ii   fn.in    iln- date
.    nti ' •■-'   shall in- pi-.
i'n    it  i In- ulii. i-     .1 l h.'
il   Revel itoke afot esaid
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and  i In- J" h day "I
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J.  K. McI.KAN,
Divisional Warden,
Just What You've Been Looking For
Something  lhal will make the Home Attractive
that will make Home Life Worth Living
11  pu.'i.
au excel -in. i
B A P L A C
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Wears Where  the   Wear Comes Most
I ul;    -Ml.     \   pianiiii ul h landing
Clover,  I iinuiliv  and 'in' . good lm-
1 ',   n " , A|i,lv to I Lawrence Hardware Co., Revelstoke, a. C.
J,  L. Lung, Koutvliay IJriwcry, """'"
CEMENT  BLOCKS
MfiutifAOtnrtd fnr all omthM of   baUdiugi
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE CLAY AND FIRE BRICK*
for^ntlt in lurm or smfllt tjuntitititl
I ni -ii« lowest i rift-, fur ■ h -li.
ktt mi-lK.itt hniUlitiK ftndUiUstcrlnK
uiiiltriakan.
Foote & Pradolini,
REVELSTOKE
E.   G.    BURRIDGE
Tinsmithinjc, Repairs,   Hot   Air
Pipo and   Furnace   Work
WORK   8HOP
Oonnnught  Avo.   -    Rovolstoke
Wood and Coal
For Sale
I. •', ' i li ni   ;ui I    i ire
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ami Siiliuilmii l.uiH.
Keiidi nt ■
I- nil parliciiliir- Upon up-
i lion.
W. B. Roberison
PHONE    :
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Second Hand Sim
W« lim, Sell .■
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HIGHEST CASH PRICES   PAID
FOR MEN'S CAST-OFF
CLOTHIiSG
THE CANADIAN  BANK
OF COMMERCE
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000      Reserve, $6,000,000
DRAFTS ON   FOREIGN  COUNTRIES
Arrangements hove recently been completed onder which the branch*!
of fills Bank are able to Issue Drafts on the principal points
ln lhe following countries:
AnMria-Hunpary
Belgium
Brazil
Bulgaria
C'cyloo
China
Crete
Den mark
Egypt
Faroe I*lntr a
Finland Ireland
Formosa Italy
France J-'|,JB
Fr'ch Cochl»-China   Java
Germany Manchuria
Great linlain
Greece
Holland
lealasd
India
Mexico
Norway
Persia
Philtipine Islands
Rou mania
Russia
Servia
Siam
South Africa
Straits Settk
Sweden
Switierlaod
Turkey
Wesl Indies
and eUcwbara
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NO   DUA'   IN   KSUIN*.
rULL   PARTICULARS   ON   APPLICATIOR
REV.'-LSTOKE   BRANCH—A.    H.    ALLEN.    MGR.
You   Like  Music
Here is Your Opportunity !
Edison's Phonographs and Records, Graphophones,
Accordions, Banjos, Guitars, Flutes, Piccolos,
Violins, Fittings of till  kinds of finest quality.
Sole Agents for the Noted
New Scale Williams' Pianos
All kinds of Instruments  tuned and repaired.
Work Guaranteed
A call nt the music stote on McKenzie Avenue,
adjoining the City Hull, will convince you of the
quality of the goods.
J. Bingham, mgu.
Doors, Windows, Mouldings,
Turnings, Etc.
Write for Prices to
Revelstoke Sash & Door Go. Ltd
REVELSTOKE, B C. WEDNESDAY, .11 SV. 22ND,  1910
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
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Actual comparison of Eastern Catalogue prices, freight added, with
HOWSON'S     PRICKS
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged ami Imptoved.    First-Class in every respect.    All modern convenience:
Large Sum pie Rooms.
Rates, $2.00 per day        Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
L1MITKD.
Import direct from country of origin.
WHOLESALE     DEALERS     ONLY.
REYELSTOKE'  Its.  O.
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
J.    ALBERT     STOTSriD      PROP.
A. F. MASON
PRACTICAL GARDENER
Jobbing promptly attended to. Agent (ur all kinds of
Trees. Plants, Bull's, etc. Lawns and Gardens taken care
of for the Summer. Terms reasonable. Twenty years
experience.
Residence with F. G. Frisby.    Phone 80
SPRING IS HERE
Wow is tbc time of ljcar for Seefc planting
Bcantifs L'our flJai'&ens
A    large assortment of Fresh Garden and Field Seeds,  including
STEEL   BRIGGS    KERRY'S    MAYS   McKENZlE'S
AND BURPEE'S.    Fine Lawn Grass, (.'lover, Timothy, Alfalfa
The Paget Supply Co'y.
J. WILSON
CALGARY
June jjj to July ?, 1310
LARGE  PRIZE  LIST
All  freight refunded on  exhibits originating
in Alberta.
Over $1,000 offered for grain competition includ-
Afi'c Yield Competition.
Milking Machine demonstration and lectures.
Magnificent Ait and China Display.
Besl music and attractions, Including
The NAVASSAR LADIES' BAND
Grand Fireworks Display.
Albers' Ten Snow White Polar Bears.
Herzog's Six Trained Stallions.
The Six Abdallahs' Brothers marvellous acrobats.
Uam/.a and Arno, clever comedians.
Al. (i. Barnes' trained wild animal shows.
Reproduction of the making of the Blackfecl
Indian Treaty illuminated with b'ireworks.
i'i ut Prize List and Entri Forms Write
I. S. G. VAN WART E. I.
PKKSIDHNT
MANAGER
Winnipeg price
Weight
Freight
Total
Howson's
Price delivered
Kitchen Chairs
50c.
101b.
23c.
73c.
»
ii
70c.
Kitchen Cabinet
$6.75
1501b.
$353
$10.72
H
ii
$9.60
Dining Table
10.55
1651b.
3 87
14.42
i.
ii
14.40
Dining Chairs
88c.
121b.
28c.
1.16
a
ii
1.20
Dresser and Stand
8.95
1501b.
3.52
12.47
ii
ii
13.00
>•       >•       4.
1.25
1601b.
3.76
15.01
ti
ii
14.00
Bed
3.55
601b.
1.41
4.96
ii
ii
5.20
Bed
5.3!)
681b.
1.59
6 94
ii
ii
7.20
Dominion Spring
2.40
601b.
1.41
3.81
ii
a
4.00
Child's Cot
5.10
751b.
1.76
6.86
ii
ii
7.20
Ostermore Mattress 15.00
"    16.50
I
We mnke our profit by shipping in cur load lots, thereby saving freight rates, Bring
catalogue giving description of other goods not specified in thin lint to our Htore and we
will prove our statements.     Itemeniber we deliver goods und net up free from breakage.
.   HOWSON  &  CO.    -    REVELSTOKE, B. C.
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Fruit Lands
eveistoke
^
We have for sale 80 acres of cleared
fertile lands ready for cultivation and
planting, half a mile from town, to be
divided into small blocks to suit purchasers
and
Per Acre
EASY  TERMS
This is the best land in the district, being
very fertile and suitable for growing fruit
or vegetables—no irrigation needed. This
is a paying investment.
Apply to
Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
^
REVELSTOKE,   B. C.
J
Certificate of Improvements
NOTICK.
"■ Harry" mineral claim, situate in the
Trout Lake Milling Division ol West
Kootenay IHsirict.
Where located"; On Poplar Creek,
near Poplar Townsite.
TAKE NOTICK that I, A.R. Heyland,
Free Miller's Certificate No. 11. 25405,
Intend, sixty daya from date hereof, to
apply to the Mining Recorder fur a Certificate "f Improvements, for the purpose
of obtaining a Crown ('.rant of the above
claim.
And further take notlre that action,
ander Section 37,  must be commenced
hefore the issuance nf such   Certificate of
Improvements.
Dated this 15th 'lav of April, A. D.,
1911.
A.   K.  HI'.VI.ANll.
Eggs for Hatching
Bggt for hatching from  Lbe follow.
ini; Imported pan bred itocn:
8. C. Rhode bland l£.-.i».—?J.00.
Silver   Lined   WyamliiUi'V   ?'-'""
Burred Plymouth Rocks,—$2.00
B, C, Hull Leghorn*,  13.00
Cornish Indian Game,   13.00
White (rested Black Pollih,-f2.00
Kmden CiH'M-.- J.'I.iiii.
Imperial   I'ekin  Duclti.—fl.76.
Also stock  from   the above  for sale.
MUS.  It. A.     UPPER,
Palace Restaurant
McKenzie Avenue
Fruit, Candies, Cigars, Tobacco.
Meals 35 cents,     #
A. H. Sing, Proprietor
To Trappers
Raw Furs Bought
Cash Prices Paid
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Purs
NOTICE
Our logs are stamped
on the end "E" and all
persons are warned
against taking them or
the driving of nails or
spikes therein. Do not
touch our logs.
Revelstoke Sawmill Co., Ltd.
Wanted to Buy
A Bmall 8ti irn Tug Boat In kuiuI
ii pair, Apply, rIi Ing full particular!
.i in ilie, style nf in.H liuu] v, price
expected, en:, in MUNDY l.l'.MHIvl.
CO., THBKE VALLEY, B.O,   mitt it
Union Hotel
RESTAURANT
Uiulnr New MitniigeniPnl
WHITE HELP ONLY
Stewart Macdonald
Proprietor
UNION HOTEL
AHHOWHKAl), It. ('.
Special Attention given to commercial
men and tourists, Klrst-clasa wimple
rooniH, l''inesi scenery in Uriiinli Columbia, overlooking Upper Arrow l.nlie.
W. J. Lightburne, .Prop
SIGNS
All kinds
Reasonable Prices
Painting and
Paper Hanging
Saiisfm linn Guaranteed
Iv1. Z. CRAWFORD
Cor. Third .St. uud Robton Avenue
NOTICE TO CKED1T0US
IN Till'; MATTED oi The Arrowhead
Lumber Company, Limited.
NOTICE ia hereby given that till
persons having claims against 'llie
Arrowhead Lumber Company, Limited
whoso registered ollice ia at Arrowheud
in the Province of British Columbia,
are requested to send, not later than
the Till duy of July, 1010, by post
prepaid or delivered to ilodwell and
Lawson, sulieitors for tha liquidator
of ihe above company, tit '.Ms Govern*
mont Street, Victoria, ll. C., their
names and addrossos, full particulars
in writing of iheir cluims and statement of thoir accounts, and the nature and Bocurilies (if any) hold by
them.
AM) TAKE NOTICE ihut aftor (he
7ih day nf July, 1010, tliu liquidator
will j ii-il    tn distribute  the .1   ol >
of tho Company among lho parties
ontitled  thorolo, having  regard    only
lo   llle  claim!   of  which   bo  shall     hase
hud notice.
Hilled   thu B7th  day   ol   -May,     A.   I).,
1010.
JAMES II. NELSON,
Liquidator ol Ihs Company.
WAjNTHD
Foil SALE—Two high-grade Ayrshire
Cows, freshening, heavy milkers*—
Apply to T. Lewi 1,  I.'.M'l ink,'. B.C.
BLACK KAUTII BOR KALI'.- While
excavating for tho llowson Hlock,
I will huve giiml garden soil fnr
■ale ul BOc, |ier load. Applj to tho
Cummlng's Transfer Co.
WANTED  Good    I'laner   man.   Apply
ICornagban Lumbor Co, Ltd.,Salmon
Arm,  It.  0.
THE ROSS STUDIO NOW OPEN
FIRST-CLASS
PORTRAITS
Call and gel  prices and   see   samples at
Studio.     Also  gel   particulars  ol   our
■pedal offer for a short ■ ason only.
Con naught and Viotoria Sts
Vancouver Exhibition
Si\ duyn  in  whieh  lo  win   [11
toltilliny ¥3(1,0110,   to  become  u
eil   wiih   thu   iii'lu-lrial.
and   mineral   resoiin es   "i   British   1 ol-
umhiti,  in ve\ i'l  in  auiii-i in.'iti
liiglu   :   und  mosl   vu I  typ
tire llie main  fetiture    uttered     n
hnl'lin ■   ..i   ilir   \ 11 1 ver   1 .
hum August 15th to -lUth.
A1   llm   rail'     present
work is proceeding  the ground        an 1
buildings will be read)  h U| 1
ening day.    I he Indus trial Hull i- already eomplotod, work hu    liei
od on  ihe mammoth muehincr*,   bull ,
poultry uni dog show buildings, horse
and i-aiile stubles, sheep and  pig aens
tin I on  thu foundation of  ihi
stand, whioh Is to     smh     l,5WJ
ions.   Tho latter,  by  iho way,      will
hi' uuiqtio iii itsell in  thut it  «
 i" "ii  tho intermediate llool   tor an
immonso  rale  and  shelter     exhibition
booths .rn ihr ground     lloor.
llotUing    landing     itagi     to  m
lo I'ocoivo freight and pn   engi
iug In  wutei  from     1 liilliwui k      an I
ol her points will bo itui led  sl
01  lhu OU acres  whii h  the exhibition
g''0 I   IMllipij,. ■ -     In   a,,.   ,!,..,,,.,I i„
lino shupe Ior  tho     buildings       themselves  while   lho  Association  will   turn
the remaining  twentj   into   ,
purk  nf  greal   beaut).       I'ho  lightii
sohemo 1 u 1 1  ol million    ul  in   u •
descents       outlining on 1
grounds, i- nearlj eumpleled and will
I"' undertaken bj lhe 11. C. I 1, iri.
Company,
Rod and Gun
i,i,,-i   sportsmen's    Viagnt ontains
Whi aeh  issue .if    Canada'-    fore-
some 1 ■ lure of  -I"'' iui  interst,       the
.1 uiu   n imber of  Yn.l and 1 lun  in Can*
!    |,y   W. J.    Taylor,
, Onl., u  notable    for bov-
, 1,  features,    eaeh    one      of
.  . (    1 to all  sportsmen,
weeks   in  (lie  Forests    of Que-
,.   ,"  with     lhe  successful   1 nptnre    of
n .vi' enlruncing    lo a"
ni,.. hunters; while  tho Btory   of
of Jack Miner in  attraot -
ing wild j • in large numbers  to    a
pond near his hum.' capnol fail to
hold the attention and secure the interest of all wild bird lovers. The
latter story forms 0 splendid illus-
Ira ion "f lhe success of protei tion
and should eneourago all engaged in
the work. Mr. Miner hns domonstrat-
e fad   thnl  ii  i- possible to suc-
 I  with  lhe wary wild    goose    and
■    h      ui h    shy birds     means
in   other   din" 'inn-     1 1
pell  failure.   Tbe  importance    of
of  Conservation       justifies
• li.'   illustrated   accounl of   tlie  gather*
1   ronto University,
H. B. STONEX
Practical..
Machinist
Repairs of al!  kinds neatly carried  01
Bicycle and Gun work a specialty
Estimates gfven on nny class
of work.
Front     Street.
I. 0. F. DANCE
A tlaiicc will be held on  June
23rd in the Skating Kink.
Price: $1.00 n Couple
Extra Lady, 50 Cents
Visiting  Foresters Welcome
Killed in a Runaway
Shelburne,    Onti,    -lune    IT.— John
Marshall,  a   well-to-do  and   highly  re*
-peeled   lunuer,   living  about   une mile
burnCj   i"-t his    life      us
il   i iiiiiawas  ihis afternoon.
11    ,\u    ,ii.' king mi the road, unload-
aii automobile      ap-
.-.'. i..-I  In   In.  Gowan,    of
ll.,riiiii'_      Mill I he In a "• beeame
ued und  i.ni  uwaj.      Mr.    Marshall, who was standing on  the whiffle
:  a.   the   unu',  was  thrown on  thu
i   and  ni agged  for   some       dis -
lie     11\oei     only a  Bhort  tiuiu
...ii. r.
Rossland Train Wrecked
llossland, Juno 17th. On Tuesday
afternoon lho engine ol tho Kelson to
Ua ■• 1 train pulled into I rail with
al i.i Ind in ii. The carri-
- i bag] ige cai went over tho
embankment at China Creek, leaving
only   tho engine   and   tender     on     tbe
 tals.    II tu in.-  took  back :l Btub
■   ler  in  hriug  up  il"'  passengers,
uoi f whom, happily, was Injured.
U Wl I |i - I'l ,..r Mm.. I ngineer has
client desiring plni er prop* rty, either dredging or hydraulic that will
-land examination ae lo physical
conditii in rs ■ easar} ii" ii - operation, "i would considei ipiartzmine
Si ,'. lull pnrtieulars in first Letter,
I'. ". Box -J:'"-..  N.'w   v.'.,. City      3t
THE GREAT  \
FURNITURE AND
FLOOR  FINISH.
DURABLE, SANITARY
EASILY APPLIED
Far Sale by Lawrence Hardware Co., Revelstoke, B.C.
Ames Holden Shoes
for men who work—
for men who are much
on their feet—for artisans, farmers, fruit
growers — all those live
an outdoor life—those
shoes are particularly
well suited. They are
made strong, serviceable, practically impervious to the weather,
well sewn throughout.
They are built to definite standard, for every boot must pass the most critical
inspection before leaving the factory. We have put a
lifetime of experience into the making of these shoes.
Thoy are the most perfectly dependable shoe on sale in
this Province to-day.
ASR  FOR
AMES-HOLDEN SHOES FOR MEN
P.S.—You cannot get more out of a boot than the
maker has put into it, and that is why we are emphatic
upon this point—tha qnality of the Ames-Holden Shoes—
we know what we have put into them.
AMES-HOLDEN CO., Limited Vane 4
TIIE MAILHEBALDREVELSTOKE, B C
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22XD, 1010
(?
mmem
VMHii*MPnMMann
inatBaTOiniiMTaamMWitt^^^
CAMROSE
The
Hub of Alberta
CAMROSE
The Wholesale
Centre
The Railway City and Geographical Centre of Alberta
A   Railway and
Industrial Centre
This Map shows the Railroad Situation in the Cam
rose District as it actually
exists, The short line from
Camrose to Strathcona is
shown only as a projected
line, but, as the bonds are
sold for its construction and
the Government guarantee
granted, the line is definitely
assured and construction
has now commenced.
This gives Camrose lines
in seven directions, making
direct communication with
over 100 towns within 100
miles.
Camrose is the first town
or city in Alberta to secure
the THREE BIG TRANS
CONTINENTAL ROADS
and has just claim to the
title of 'THE RAILWAY
CITY"
Watch Camrose Crew
A Manufacturing and
Commercial Centre
This Map also shows Cam-
rose to be, geographically,
the natural distributing cen
tre of the province of Alberta. Por this reason, coupled
with the fact that Camrose
has a lower freight rate than
any other city in Alberta,
the large Wholesale Houses
of the Dominion are establishing branches here.
Already we have Messrs. G.
P. & J. Gait, Ltd., Georgeson
& Co., Massey Harris, Co.,
Brackman-Ker Co.. Calgary
Brewing & Malting Co., Imperial Oil Co., Donnelly,
Watson & Brown, and Tees
& Persse.
Located in the heart of
Alberta's most productive
lands, with abundant water
supply and cheap fuel, five coal
mines being in actual operation
one mile from the city, Cam-
rose affords exceptional facilities to the manufacturer.
GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC ADDITION
Lies within Three Blocks ot the G.T.P. Depot, the closest in sub-division on the market. Its location is ideal, lying high and dry and
level in the west end of the city, the best residential se< tion. Lots are 25 x 120 feet, and are being offered now at $150 for inside lots
and $175 tor corners. TERMS: One-third Cash, balance in 3 and 6 months. Experience teaches that men who made their wealth
trom real estate were those who bought early.      Buying Now means largo profits in tho near future.      Buy while the Buying is Good.
Remember  no  more  Lots will be Sold at These  Prices after July 1st.
CAMROSE
Study the Map
and Cet Wise
Camrose Land and Investment Go.
711 First Street East, Calgary, Alberta.
A. E. Kincaid, Agent, Revelstoke
CAMROSE
Has Seven Lines
of Railways
*5s WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22NB, 1010
TiiE MAIL-HERALD  KEVELSTOKE, B. C.
Page S
If our methods suit you
tell others.    If they don't
suit you tell us.    Any criticism  of    our   mode   of
doing   business   will   be
appreciated.
«
HUME'S SPECIAL
A news sheet devoted to the interests of the eitizens of Revelstoke and surrounding
towns and settlements.     Our aim is to place before the purchasing
public the facilities of Our Big Department Store.
Mail Orders.
Telephone Orders.
Send   the   children    to
the store.   Come yourself.
Have our city traveller
call   at   your   home   for
orders.
Bargains in
Shoes
for Ladies
We huve gone through our
Shoe slock nud In ken out
over ONE HUNDREDPAIRS
from broken lines. They are
all in A 1 condition—not a
shop worn pair in the lot.
About 29 Pairs of Oxfords
Gun Metal, Tan, Vici Kid
and I'atuit Leather. Nobby
lasts of the present season.
Sizes from 2-J to ■">.',. Regular
N and $ 150"lines."
About 3D Fair Ladies' Slippers
Bright, new-looking goods,
with high and medium heels.
Regular if'!.50 goods.
About ED Pair Ladies' Boots
Turn soles and Welts, both
Blucher and Bnl cut, Patent
leather, vici, and calf; they
are all here. Sizes 2.1 to 5}.
Regular prices $o.50, $4.00,
$4.50 and $5.00.
Kindly do not ask us
to send out Bargain
Shoes on approval or
to exchange them, as
we will be compelled
to refuse.
Call and look at the
Shoes, then remember the price is
Only $2.25
Quick Pudding
By using Quick Pudding a
first-class and delicious Sum-
dessert can he produced in a
very short time. We carry
the Pure Hold Quick Tapioca,
Quick Custard and Quick
Chocolate Pudding—ready for
instant use right from the
package..
Biscuits
Are you using Huntley &
Palmer's Famous Biscuit ?
You will do so if you try
them once. It will pay you
to use them. Put up in air
tight cans nnd sealed packages in a great number of
varieties, including Monarch,
Coronation, Marie, Nursery,
Madeira, Cracknel, Brazil,
Wheatmeal, Olaf Cakes,
Short Bread and a dozen
other kindB of the beet and
purest biscuits on the market.
We Are Sole
Agents
Snaps
We are always giving Snaps,
but there is one snap that we
are selling that is a Snap—
The Magic Hand Cleaner
For soiled hands Ihere is
nothing half so effective. It
will remove Crease, Tar,
Paint, or any dirt in the
quickest time, and, moreover,
it is beneficial to the skin.
GET A CAN:
Get It at Hume's
Crockery
and
Glassware
We have just opened up a
couple of crates of Crockery
nnd (ilassware, made up of
llolol Ten nnd Coffee CupH
and Saucers, Clover Leaf
Cups and Saucers, Syrup
.lugs, Teapots, Jugs, Water
Sets, Baby Plates, Cake
Plates, Bean Crocks, Toilet
Sets nnd Dinner Sets. Our
Crockery Department is now
full to overflowing with some
of the choicest goods in the
City. Come, in and look them
over. No trouble to show
them.
Hosiery
Who Wants to save money on
Hosiery ? Vour chance next
Saturday night. Several
tables of Hosiery laid out
Saturday night for easy
choosing. A special table for
Saturday night, July ISth,
of Ladies', Misses', and Children's- all one prico
25 Cents
Counterpanes
Last call on those Snowy
While Counterpanes and
Hed Spreads; not more than
20 of them left, Tbey are
of the Knglish and French
Patterns. Get at least one
hefore they are all picked up.
They come at
$3 to 1.50
The Elevator is the most perfect type of passenger elevator
made. We spared no expense to
get the best and most reliable. All
the safety devices so fnr produced
you will find on it. The most
approved automatic safely brake.
C.jB. Hume Sr Co. Ltd.
DEPARTMENT  STORE
-«   B. C.
Revelstoke,
Cool Waists
For Midsummer wear—the
lighter the better says the
Bummer Qirl. Even the
Waists bought a few weeks
ago have a way of looking
heavy and forbidding theee
hot days, Here are th* kind
to take Iheir places during the
real Summer weather. Thin,
inviting Lawns and Muslins,
beautifully coo', a mixed lot.
Right as. you step off the
elevator—they nre $2 50 to
$3 00 Waists for
$1.50 Each
The trim, cool, comfort of a
Tailored Waist always appreciated by the neat dressers
—smart and tidy, JO only.
White Linen Shirt Waists,
the   $3.60  kind   for    Sl.T"..
10 only, White Linen Shirtwaists — the new Soutache
Braiding appears on this one.
A $1.00 Waist for
$2.25
Neckwear
How cool she looks ! Look
again ! Isn't it lime she is
wearing just an every day
Blouse, hut with careful
thought to Neckwear, many
styles and various qualities
and values in Chanticler collars, Lace Collars, Dutch
Collars
25c. to $1.00
New ^Arrivals
Belt Buckles
Frillings
Bone Hair Pins
Bone and Turquoise
Hair Ornaments
Hat Pins, Brilliant
Take the Elevator
You may find a mistake in
our accounting, let us know if you
do. We have installed the finest
oflice system possible and are doing
our utmost to keep apace with the
times. You can help us if you let
us know of any mistake thatjmight
occur.
lot Pass 7
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE R C
WEDNESDAY, Jl'NE 28ND, 1010
Drygoods Bargain Sale
Oxford and Strap Slippers
100 Pairs of Misses' and Children's odd
pairs of different lines put on our table to
clear at less than can be bought at wholesale
prices.    Reg. 11.50 and $1,75 lines now $1.
Ladies' Slippers and Dxfords
■1") pairs Ladies' Oxfords in Tans and
Black, all tnis season's goods, splendid value
at $3. Now $2. Odd lots of Ladies'slippers,
patent leather and dongola kid. Reg. $4,
now $2.00 por pair.
Money-Saving Opportunities
Every day and all day opportunity is
knocking, pounding and clamouring for you
to take advantage of the low prices offered at
Our Bargain Sale.
Mid-Summer Millinery
Your choice of all-trimmed millinery al
Hall' Price nol an old or shop-worn hat in
the lot.
English Prints
('otion goods advancing in price every
day   still we are offering these English Print
Shirts at 12V. per yard.
Savings on Summer Goods
Your Summer wants can be supplied
from our splendid lisl of offerings, Don'l
miss getting your share of the bargains.
Boys' Nobby Suits
Two and Three-Piece Suits for Hoys at
Manufacturers' Prices.
Moving Pictures To-night
REID <& YOUNG
SiJ.'S. ''" '',n",M" National Opera Company Coining
I he  National  Opera  I'utiipanj   lioail'
,1 lij   V'nla  lli'inini, an optica lit' prima
limn i  nl  i lir  in   i   iimm'H"<l'     in    llu'
I'lii.   line  ('.   I'.   H.   im.xinu   I'i I      I"","i''  "''   " '"''"'  "lm'M   *"  ''""'
     ivl.ieh  ,,itc,».    iu.-l<  ntli'i.l- »"■   '" "'" "l""';'   """':''  '"'sl   M"ml»>
i,„,  when  li.Nl   pul    111"    Kdi-nn   'llm" L'7'   r'"'  '""'  '""l"   unl>'- 	
Thentre   lasl   venr,   will   lie   iv|,c„,liie,.il   ' I">">   i"  *<»*nd nl  llih'l.vllvo lvr-
,U   lhe  l*.di«on  lonitfhl    Tl  pi.'l      " '    '""'   '"'""-   Vl"'   "    ,l"'"   """
ineli.tle  thn pcineipul  fent.ires    nl    il.e   ni'ncMrn,   a   vet)   in I     leal.iro.
V.   fi.   li.  frnm  Vieloria I,,     faluary, f>-«»J"-iiil.v    nverlnnlted    Ir,     li'iivnllmg
ineliidiin,   il"'   Uevolslnke   |iieliice«,   mil   """'I'unieH.    I'll iitliulof ..( tho    Na-
dI  il." t'aliiacy  lien uriirmdi', luinherinp    ••■■•■"' ' » (' I"**'*V '" "" ''"I'^snc*
V,. oinil,.  Vnlluv, ('iilifnrnin,  ele. I•"  with n.vpeci ■•• e ijrh  lo  got     re-
suits,  linvinir e lueletl    tlio     limdhi|>
„    .      ... . .. KiihMhIi opoca eonipnnios nl N'ow   York
MnvniL' I'loturea to-night. <   ,      ,
lfoi'  ihe |iukI   Iwenlj   yours.
Tlm pi'ini'ipals uf lhu eonipany    nro,
Vi.l;,   lleiunii,  |iriina     tluiiu     Hopcuno;
Klliii  l!riiix, ennli'nltn, .In i Slovous,
llllC     I.'cnllll    Pl'oi  ell,   llllKD!   I'lmcloH
(' v nml  >'.   M    Wnl h,   le   .    (1,
Killlltel,   Mlllirieo   Dure)      anil     I I	
Sl, I'mi . "liiiciielec     e ly,        I'.neh
nue .,1 iho hIkivo i   an in ii i  llinl  hn
li.'lil   In   I   I anl.   |'ii   il I. .11     in   npel ;	
mm,     ami   ilia  holler ,1a'     ,.1   -iml
eiunoilioH. \evoc lu'tocu iu n muni
imn Iui uieli an ensemble uf actinia
liooii  U ilhered   louothor,
\. . . .1 • till.     lo lllo lie   1    ami   lllll   1    , .nil
l'1'l.'iil   .liu.-   nl   ll .uum. \nla
llotnini   is  I lir  Ik   I     in   in     i Innu
ill   lhe  I niloil   Slate    lull iy,    Moi     up
u.i i   i    im.iv  Ihun  eniihl    I \| I
lei   ih" iim I   exaoliiiy  ecilios.
Hi"  ■ il    m,i     he  in    ,,i        Ma,
I hl's   ilcii|.   slnco   loilny,      Tl |i*
i la   I"   lie   | llllll   I     I'l,aril   '   Mill lllll
Born
(I'MMIM,-    \i
Revels
oke,
It.
i .. i
II
Tha
.Inn
■  16th,
1910
,i    \l
',
1  Mrs,
ii. r
I 'ummingSi
u
Mill.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
I |,e i .  P.   If. an 1  Uevelstoke will Iw
;   •   oi   again  al   ike   I disoii  Theatre
ight.
\ ,| ,r.... v.ill Iw held tomoccow nighl
irsda> i   in   the   Roller   llijik  under
a., auspices ol ike r. 0. F.
Owii      '     llie   ivel   weather  on   Monday  evening,   the   Fat   Men's  hnscljall
u n ■.-• postponed until to-morrow
... i   the 23rd,  at  G:30.
Vi. Kinj has   received    the    eominis*
- oi   toi   the drawing  ol  the plnns lor
j     .     menl   court   houses    at
Ka   o and ' Irand  Forks,
McCiill Matriculation class be-
.: . examined here under the Rev. C.
A. Procunier, i- Ike largest yet ij■ tlie
i istoi ■■  nl tke i ity,  tkere being eleven
-   vvriiin'.
ft', SI.  I.a» renoe an 1 R, Smith,    re*
...   tu .   the  upper  town,     defeated
K.  Laut nd -I. Cowley,   ol    Ike
town,     m   bowls on  Monday
evening by 150 to 100.
Ti.    ii d ...    Sl.   1'. i.a -  ckuri h    Sun-
lay sel nic will  It held on Snt-
unbia  I'ark,   A   l>u-
hur, h al   I" a,  in.    t"
ngei       ......    to    i ho
...   i -!  i- propos.
lay schools ol llle    citj
VInert      '   uiyon.
m,   m i hi
PURITY  FLOUR
To those who have not yet Kiven Purity Flour a trial we
woultl suggest you doing so if you wish to procure the best
as we absolutely guarantee every sack. Your money refunded it' 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
Mi i K'v a 'roxSeibro ' la "liar i
Opera House, Monday, hum .7
Your Insurance
Is  one of   the   most   important   items
in your business
LET Kootenay Agencies, Ltd.
Look after this branch of your business
KC01ENAY AGENCIES, LTD.
Successors to Kincaid & Anderson
"The Attn"
The kIiiI'V   nf lllo  Alaska   Ilo pro*
aileil al lh" opera house iinMullihiy
nijjhl is somewhat uuii|iio in tlio luol
lhal   ii   renllj   ixissessos  n   plnl     tn  bo
I',,II,,»,..!. null :, Ileal! nlul*) llllll I'iHifH
I I'lll'.    M Ilil,'     lllr    i,|,|„,| llliiil la       Inl     llll'lll
color nil' unllmilctl. t'umbiiiinc, those
three ii would appear llinl ihis cninio
opern woll tleservoa llinl diicivsh thai
has come lo it, I'm' In .vv seldom in i lie
musical  comedy  of  Ilio  prosont       dnj
J .-.-in ihere lie Found moro Ihnn n simple
threw]  irpon  wliii-li    in  ImiiLi  n   series
of tunes mid melodios.
Tho  -i,,rv   lulls   how   I'olor   llnrrisnii
Urops     i,.    Alaska    in lit.* firsl  rush of
prospecting,
I nn--a. n  I itni|is ;,i   Itniirno I'.i,, .
tlstoiiunro  in;,11 i-i —:,    Mnishnll  mini*
larj    tlross,   lloulth mallross,      nil
...1,1 al   llnwsnli's,
\r.li siippm Is, fm' sure nnil lired
feel   sol I   ul   Muidnnuld's  druu.   slnro.
I'd   TUU    Su vi;i:iii>i,hkiis    ,,i-    tuk
I'tUNl'IC      MlNIXtl     AMI     PrcVlCI.Ol**
Mi:N'i't'ciMi'\\Y, Limited Llnbillty.
Notion i IihIiv given Hull the
Viminl M.*i.'iim  nf lhn Shnichnldi'iH
f Illi I'l'llicn Mi iiim; .md I lev eh ,|, una 11
miii..nv.  I in,it, c|   Liability,   vvill  lie
.■•hi nl llm t'.,iii|i uiv's offices mi .Mae
Kon/.i" A villi'. Uovelstnk,., I!. ('.. mi
Wi'dm sil iv llu' T-. niieili il iv nl'.lnlv
\.n.. l'.Hii nl I   r h nirof elgSl ..'<■',ml.
in 111" ill". >ni,a,. I',e the |n|t|i,,se of
"leel il'L' "IVn-el"if.ie ' he en-iiii)|; yi'-'ie,
and I'm' ol hi" |iiii'iiosno rnlittinn; tii the
iii.-iiin^eiiu'iii of ihe Company,
The Te.'lllsl'. r II ok of ill' ('olii||.iny
vvill lie closed dlll'ilil |lli" lull le n ihivs
illlllll'lli lll'ly pi'l'Uedillg III"   meel ini_'.
Dm cil iii Ucv. Moll., li c , n.is -jniii
,1,1V "f .1,111".   lllll),
\V,   I    1   II     HH \V,   11    Kl  IlKItT   ON,
I'l. Mlll'lll. S.'i'ri-lill y
n\t.    i*sv-i
3ri"'-''.;V.'.v.,V\"'  -"-Vi   v
We have jusl received
another lot of Summer
Neckwear in till the
new styles. We have
one of the prettiest assortments you can find
anywhere.
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
Mr-.   I■'.   M.   Allum
n  In.lav.  Juno 'Jill,
| ■     .    .,    m lay's        •' 'liv   'Ink.  nf  llle   l',,rniii,,   I
I siiy. is visit inu  in  I he    n'-    h
Suspicious Death
\ ' nil
iihI mi  M
.      |,. i.l..,] 1,, !     Mi-     l'...,._anl   all !
.   : ■      .      .. ,,. ■•■ _-      f    t.    .
is of the     i*il) '.   \ urimii.
Im
■..     mm     ■ a-. • , issued  nrdors
tl a Ii inier-
elecXi wire,    must      b"
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5    '■■'■'' . , ,,,„,„
-
'. , mI no injui
ho*       the
...
Mis. MeKiiiiicy I
I' a        ve I
I n v i-i, inu   her dnuijli
Miss    Pi ■ lllo
M
this  w.s'k.   returne,!  hnmi
M Ml,:
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A New Townsite
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ha-aulil
I
hi.-    ity.   V
big bu
nl
, ,•.       e of Hevi
te agents, i
.;,,]..   ,,f    V,vv    ^",,lk
,     , nu"watch th*'
Remi mbei.  Friday    and
-
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III
.
Vi. A. Mn        uul M        i
m-d
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M        I   ..,..,  M,   -   a
\|     , Mr.  i
EMBROIDERY COLLARS insix.es L2 to 15, all weights,
til from 25c. up,
DUTCH COLLARS in embroidered linen and the lawn
with lace insertions.
FANCY COLLARS in all styles and all prices.
JA110TS in lawn and lace thai will launder beautifully, .'iini the fashionable Cascade, whieh is so much
Worn at presenl.
RUCHINGS in collar lengths, in boxes of (>,  either
all white or assorted.   Only 45c. per box.
*.
Golf Coat>s
These eool evenings you require
something warm but light, and
we have a nice range of these
Coats in white, navy, cardinal
and grey, in till sizes These
are made of Baldwin's B ehive
Yarn. Will keep their size and
shape after washing and are
very soft and comfortable.
cffEfci
Watch for a Money-Saver
On Saturday next at Our After
Supper Sale.
C^
wmm.
R       ^G   O   O   O 5.
WHEN  YOU WANT
Good  Bread
- nnd you should insist   upon pet Hor Hie heal  at  nil
linn s-'eel i,ue . (llll'1 e| lltat inll Inl' ^iiiiiI lile.ld is lint
till) it'sull. nf ell.llee. (llll ellslwnel s are Mltl-fic'd I ll I
ones is Hi" innsl s'tisl'iieliiiy hreild tbey enn buy.
'liv ii nnl y, ii vvill becouie a regular ntntomer. Uur
(ii,ii'i ties nie also In keeping with our bread,
G. M7. Bell
P. O. Box 208
GROCER & L'AKCR
rhorte No. 23
J
I. '"h II "-e. Bui . .Inm '.'.'i
^CHIVERT English Jams
PIT   UP    IN   CLASS   JARS   (HI   FOUR   AND
SEVKN   I.li.   TINS.   0UEAPE8T   ANU   UKST.
Orders Promptly Delivered.
PHONE—93
McIntyre   & Son
New books
The Undesirable CoverneM
By Marion Crawford
The  Fortune   Huntor By  Vane*
A   Modrrn   Chronicle
By Winston Churchill
Ktlmeny ot the Orchard
By Montgomery
The Butterfly Man
The Green Mou%e
White M.ik'C
Don Q'i Love Story
Under the Thatch
By McCutcheon
By Chambert
By David Graham
By Prtchard
By Allen Rainc
Bews' Drug Store
1.0. F. Notice
Ml   ini-inbi
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i!7lh,  In   il ten I II      e V
.Inhn'n  , hill   h.      lie  ... •:
k    i irp.
II.  «.  I dwnrd ,  ll.   i.
EXTRA
The curtain will nnl rise until
after 0 o'clock Saturday night
in permit nf ns many employnd
in ihe stored in vbit. lbe Opera
House us is possible lu witness
"Tin* Alaskan," tho grenl
mimical comedy, with 16 people
in i in* caste.
,. rikil
... ...        Ii
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A New Railway
It   ,    .'..,i,.,l  il .fini hn <   I*
ll    ■ i    I    11 I   il   •   Itivni   Irom lhe
' loop    Ini"     roniid  il,,   Ui ■  llnnd,  t hu
! headinj)  nd  lhn Ind h
i Irand Trunk  I'm iHo    .,n,l     ' inadinn
\,,ii hern     from     I ele    -I nuno  ( ni ho
• ,uili    Hut h   , lino leiilt hy thi  '    I'
I II. would   ■ ..nil," i     Ilo ■ i I ikt
'•olden with  the niulu  lines     ol      tbu
Certificate of Impr-ivemen's
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nev      potato!   .     ■ ,il>li i  ".   !"   h   I. llll
lo      ,      l: mm.
OPERA. HOUSE—ONE NIGHT ONLY
VI< )NDAY JUNE ST
Russell & Prcisch present
THE NATIONAL OPERA COMPANY
With
MISS AIOA HEMMI supported by a Co.'y of 40 PEOPLE
presenting
" IIVC J^_ IRTISH"
Complete Scenic Production,       New and Novel Electrical Effects
A  FULL ORCHESTRA
Seats Now Selling at Macdonald's Drug Store
PRICES:        -        -        50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50

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