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 The
epald
Vol. 16—No. 43
REVELSTOKE. B. C. JUNE 4, 1910
$2.50 Per Year
Summer Goods
LAWN MOWERS All the Best Makes,
from $4.50 to $10. They run like a
bicycle, cut like a razor. Grass
Catchers to fit.
REFRIGERATORS—White enamelled in-
side-$30 to $65 ~ Cheaper Lines
from $12 Up.
ICE CREAM FREEZERS-Let us explain
the latest one out "The Wonder"
just a little better than anything yet
made.
Garden Hose
We have the best ever sent to the
West. Ask to see our " Red Record" and
the " Green Peerless," every foot guaranteed. All the latest goods in Lawn
Shears. Garden Sprays, Pruning Shears.
Lawn Sprinklers.
Lawrence Hardware Co.,Ltd.
Plumbing and Tinsmithing        ,*
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Office—Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Authorized
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
$10,000,000.00
5,000,000.00
5,000,000.00
Branches nr Agents at all principal points inJCamidii.
AgenU in Great Britain and United StateB—London, England,
Lloyds Bank, Limited. Chicago-First National Bank, Corn Exchange National Bank. Seattle—Seattle National Bank, San Francisco—Welle Fargo Nevada National Bank. Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposite of H and »Pward' received, and interest allowed at
current rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch   A. B.McCleneghan, Mgr.
FOR CAMPS
We  Put Up
Choice Corned Beef
and Pickled Pork
P. Burns & Co.
IA m
Ella    HIGH MICA CLAIMS
Hi3 Claims in th; toelstole Rich Deposits will t: Worked
Minimi Dili ion
This Vear
Miners' I    Ke«mt  diHcovorie
nf mi<
rn I      «if   ami Micu ureekfi l."> mllen north uf lli»v
statu
A    targe     number  of  Free
Liccnuea wore renewed  nt  the
May tlii-: year, affording to llu
menl   from  iho local  court  hoiine ollu--
ialit,    It   in  not  generally   known    lhat
H'w Majesty  Kiny (! -•   \ .,  Iml U by
mil  right  a  Free  Min in' Certificate in
the  Revelmoke  Mining  Division.     The
renewal <>'  the license  was  made      on
May 31st   to  King fleorge \\,  who in
payment « f &* !n the right of the Dominion <>f Canada, \s entitled  to      ail   mi
rights and privileges of a  Ki'ee  Miner,   nu
tho certificate signed by \V.  K,      Mc-   ha
Lachlin bevng numbered  13J40 IJ. The   iim
manner in which   Kin/ George
the license U interesting.   In  1906
Deutschman and  A.  Johnson diso
ed    tli"   tamous "Deutschamn Cav
in  thf Selkirk* east  <•!  here and real-   the  largest   quantities,  practically un-
izing the great   value of theirHnd    at   limited,    arc    on the Columbia river.
holds   tciri
i;   t
elstoke up the Columbia rivor and
tho announcement Lhat the locators
intend to operate the claim- thi- sum
mer, arc of great importance lo lhe
district, especially n^ Ynncouuci' parlies arc themselves likely tu be interested  in  the  sthenic.
Fight claims arc in the group    and
-nine of tho mica     sheet- yieid 2*1x311
inches    per    sheet.   The  largest  Bpetr
nf natural mica heretofore fodud
been Found in India and wore not
than  six   inches (square.   In On-
they   have  found   some  discover.
ies along the  Uideau river which meas
ured   up 'is I    inches, lint  the   largest
pecimens ever found in the world and
nnci-  proceeded  to  acquire  u  title
the land wherein the caves were located.    This   apparently   could   only        be
done by taking the I a ml up as tniner-
to   near Revelstoke.
The owners arc \V. I. Briggs and
(lu- I.und, and they are incorporators
nf a new company to     develop     the
al  claims,  whicli   they did  and  staked claims whieh have been discovered and
olT   the  U-ree  claims   name   respective- by autumn will have the properties on
ly  "Skookum,"   "Drum   l.umniun." and the market.
i "Buckhorn Faction," all situated near The owners of the claims will corn-
Cougar (reek near Ross Peak. After mence shipping shortly and with
these marvellous caves had licen ex- steady development the value of the
plored, the discoveress transferred mica will be exceedingly high as the
their  rights  to  the Dominion  Govern- demand for large sized sheets is meat
A
ment, who look over the mineral
claims in the name of the then reigning monarch, King Edward VII, The
holder <»f a mineral claim in I'. C.
must hold a Miners' Certilicatc and Kevelstok
consequently the license has been issu- j
ed from the lonal office to the English I
King, who pays the fee. On thedenth \
of Kins Edward, the liccmse was ma le
out in the name of King George V. and
the usual rem ipt for tlie li enso lias
brvm made out and forwarded to the
Dominion Government by Mr. \\. I.
Briggs, agent lor the Department of
| Justice in Canada, iu be forwarded to
.Ilis Majesty King George. There i- a
sentimental value attached to the
ownership of a B. C. miners' rights,
msl the fact that the King is one of
the localmlneral claim holders is most
interesting.
Such a venture will give \u. impetus to
the development of mure mineral properties In the ftiir Ben/I, which will
have ti  commercial     influence      upon
Weddinq Bells
Pringle Stc'< Company
pretty wedding took place
ii Wednesday afternoon this week
at ilie home of the bride's mother,
Mi's, Dent, between William Kenworthy
Wicken-. of Vancouver, and Frances
Isobel Dent, of this city. The ttev. T.
\V. Rail performed the ceremony, only
a few friends being present. Tie
bride was attended hy her sister Miss
Gertrude Dent, while Mr, Harry
Bews acted as beat man. After the
service ,t dainty luncheon was served,
land the happy couple left on the
evening train to spend their honey.
mo,ui at one of the summer resorts on
I Vancouver Island. Mr. and Mrs. Wick-
ens will make their home at Vancouver, The Mail-Herald joins in eon-
iongratula tions.
One of the Gnest dramas
Revelstoke was played last night by
the Pringle's to a small but appreciative audience. "Reaping the Harvest" i- n powerful play, founded on ,
tho oil Scottish marriage laws, nml
tells the tale of ;l man's    perfidy,     a |
woman'- sacrifice and the ultimate re- I \ fast and hot game of lacrosse was
pentance of the man who had wrong- played on Thursday evening between
ed her. Charlotte Hammer in the the east and west ends of the city,
leading role, gave another splendid rasulting in a win for ihe wise men
exhibition ol  emotional  acting      and   from  the east.   The game was highlj
lacrosse
played superbly,    showing    tin'
teeling of ;1 woman who lm^
interesting limn a spectators point of
ik
Smilli
Nurii.rtii
insummnte   R, Edwards
I! Calder
her wrongs for years and finally for
giving the wrong     done.   Those   who
Isaw her la*l     night    were much    im-
|pressed and the play, besides beinj a
line production, was of a nature i<»
instil a moral lesson into tin- audi-
em1'.'.     Mis*  liammer li
■skill and acts wiih charming      graci
dignity.   Ilu-    whole   company   were   Harrison
well balanced and  the entire perform-   |{. Smythe
an. i' i the best  n here   yet of   p,  Worley
its    kind.   Tonight,     the comedy " A   (;   Knight
Wise Woman,'j will conclude tli.- Prin-   |)  Calder
It'lc-'. engagement here and    all     who   |;. Dickey
have seen them uiil look forward to a   ll. McKach
| return \ i-ii  "I «hat  i- undoubted])   .,
fine aggregation  "f musical   ind  drn- '
in.iii'-  talent.   Tonight   the     presenta-
i tion it.it iron will be u'n .-n aw*aj
the winner of tli upon*,
nursed   view and  at   times tliinus were
some.   Mr.  Stortz acte I
The line up is as follows
West  end
refe:
Easl  end
goal C.  Palmer
1'iiiitt        E Cameron
rover point    I..  Bowson
1st defence,    A. Morgan
!nd defence    M.  Andorson
3rd defence      ttulholland
centre        T..  MeKinnon
3rd home    E.  Pettipiece
2nd  home        A.  Ilillier
let home       II. Burridge
outside        A. Woodland
n        inside R. Bi ■ i
W. C. T. D.
[leet New Bishop
I i ■    election   of a  Bishop lor
Westminster and   Kootemo   will
Sow
take
place at  New Westminater on Wednesday, Juno 8th.
Prominent among the names mentioned are those of Archdeacon Pen-
treath of Vancouver, archdeacon of
the archdiocese of Columbia; Rev, A.
I . II" Penciei of St, Paul's, Vancouver; Canon Tucker of Toronto, for-
ni.-'; of i ini-i church, Vancouver,
and Dean  Pagi i  of Calgary,
The annual meeting <>f tho Vi. ('. T.
I . wa held yeetorday. Tho varioui
repoi i ni w ork nai I led out showed n
in,, t successful \enr and a (jrual deal
nf material good has been accompli h
eil Tm following officers were elect.
eil for  Iho year:
I'n..    Mrs.   Y.  Vi.   r.aing.
Vice-Pros.   Mrs.   Mall   Scott.
See.   Mrs.  A. Johnson,
Trens.- Mrs. .1. Beck.
Roc. See.- Mrs. W. ■!. Dickey.
Instantly Killed
line Cliiiminaii was Instantly killed
and two oilier Colostials badly Injui
afternoon, when tho fit I Beotlon of ' ■
.■il shortly after I o'clock Thursday
P, It. express No. 97 Btruck    n hninl-
W. ii   Vi., are herebj  requested to nt-   car on the mainline near Btirnot, at 2
tend     Woodmen     Parade  to  Baptist   o'clock.
church,    Su   '... ning, dune   5th. |    It is reported that tho Chinese con-
All  members  to meet  ai   Lodge room   slltutlng ili" crew of the handcar neg-
.,,     10    !        \ ,. "i' MU      are   I or.    lee|,Kl    lo   Ueep   a    proper   lookoUt      anil
Woodmen Attention
Memb i      i   Mountain   \ ii«    Camp,
dially invited to attend,
J. Molntyre, Clerk.
,wero caughl  by the train before they
I bad lime to yet cleat ot the truck.
Kitchenware
There's a satisfaction in
the purchase of a firsl 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 anil Tea Puis. 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.    Kootenay and Sask-alta Ranges.
Bourne Bros.
GROCERS
HARDWARE DEALERS
PLUMBERS
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000     Reserve, $6,000,000
DRAFTS ON   FOREIGN  COUNTRIES
Arrangements hove recently been completed under which the  branch**
of this Bank ore able to Issue Dial's on the principal points
Ln the following countries:
Austria-Hungary
Belgium
Brazil
Bulgaria
Ceylon
China
Crete
Denmark
Faroe Istaxrfe
NO   DELA*   IH   ISSUING.
Finland Ireland
Formosa Italy
France Japan
Fr'ch Cochin-Chin* Java
Germany Manchuria
Great Britain Mexico
Greece
Holland
Icelaoi
Nonvay
Persia
Phillipine Islands
Roumania
Ruftsia
Servia
Siam
South Africa
Straits .-■■■it,
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
West Indies |
and t-Lsrwhere
TULL   PARTICULARS   ON   APPLICATION
REVELSTOKE   BRANCH—A.    H.    ALLEN.    MGR.
YOUR BOY'S
CLOTHING
Dandy little styles in Boys'
serviceable Two-Piece Wash
Suits of fine English Galateas
in navy and white stripes,
well made and well finished.
Some of the blouses trimmed
with Sailor Collar and White
Bands. All sizes. Special
values at
$1.50. $2.00
and $2.25
McRae Mercantile Co., ltd
"You   Like   Music
Here is Your Opportunity :
Edison's Phonographs and Records, Gn i •
Accordions,   Banjos,   Guitars,   Flutes,   Piccolos,
Violins, Fittings of all kinds of finesl  quality.
Sole Agents for the Noted
New Scale Williams' Pianos
All kinds of Instruments  tuned and repain d.
Work Guaranteed
A call at the music store on McKenzie A .
adjoining the City Hall, will convince you of th(
quality of the goods.
J. Bingham, mgr. I'llCC  '-'
THE MAJL-HEUALDREVfiLSTOKK, B U
IATUHDAY, .JUNK  I,  1010.
jmmmmamamwasmmvm
I    look:     look     and     read:
Actual comparison of Eastern Catalogue prices, freight added, with
OWSON'S     PRICES
Winnipeg price
Weight
Freight
Total
Howson's
Price delivered
Kitohmi Chairs
50c.
10lb.
23c.
73c.
70c.
Kitchen Cabinet
$6.75
1501b.
$353
$10.72
"   $9.60
Dining Table
10.55
1651b.
3 87
14.42
••     14.40
Dining Chairs
88c.
121b.
28c.
1.16
1.20
Dresser and Stand
8 95
150lb.
3 52
12.47
"     13.00
	
1.25
1601b.
3.76
15.01
••     14.00
Bed
3 55
601b.
1.41
4.96
•      5.20
Bfid
5.3b
68ib.
1.59
6 94
"      7.20
Dominion Spring
2.40
60lb.
1.41
381
"    4.00
Child's Cot
S.I0
751b.
1.76
6.86
„
"      7.20
Ostermnrfi Mattress
15.00
it
•    16.50
WC make our profit by shipping In cnr load \m-, ibfrehy saying freight rales. Bring
catalogue Riving ilescriotion of other (."noils nol specified in IhiH list to our store nml we
will prove our statements,    Remember we deliver somils and *ei up free from hreekiige,
R.   HOWSON   &  CO.    -    RKVELSTOKK, B. C.   J
BOARD DF TRADE
University Commission Sits Here »",M*hf-'« »»• ■■ »* »«•<
J mil:   mam*.
June ill h
.g&SfiS.
SltHl out  uf ili.'   publicity     fund      to !
j help in  lhc publishing  of  tho book.
"llic   —-.»l•-«-1   ciiiuinlili'i'   nn   llic       local [****"
|booklet   reported   the  matter    as    yet Auction "ol<* of   Timber  Berth
)t     |„.- Covering Dominion Lr\r»rfs
Tho right  lo cul  timber underliccnso
SKWSI'AI'KH CORRKSI'OXUKNT on Berth Xo. 532, comprising tho fnl-
\.   II.   Allen    suggested   that     Revel- lowing  lands  in   tho   I'rovinco of  I'.ni
The  regular  monthly  meeting  of  tlie    stoke should have n live rorrespuwlont isb Columbia, will bo ottered at  public
linai I  of Trade was  held on   Monday,    In  lho  loading daily  newspapers.   Itev- auction at   the upset prico ol $162,203,
svith lun   small atleiidaiice. elstoke did  nol   have enough   publicity including     tho    rosl  of survey,  at    2
Matters   in  connection   willi  appoint'   ill  that  direction ns compared  to "tli- o'clock  I'.  M.  on  Wednesday,  tho  10th
in..im   of  a   paid   Provincial  iramc war*   *■'' eities and w.-i* not sufficiently      ad- of   \iiloi<i   next,  at   the oflice  ol    the
ilc»n  tor liiiv  dii.'i'icl,    ilu-     Cniiimbiti   vertiscrl.    Revelstoke  must   be  brought Dominion    Timber      Agent,    at     New
river  surve\   an I   iii'    local      stoamer   before  the  public more  ami   there  was Westminster.
wharf  were   reported  n-^   having    been   no reason  why  a good    correspondent      Timber Berth  No. 532, situate in the
aitendi 1  lo. should   uol   be  appointed   who    vOould Province of  British  Columbia,       East
Mu  VI. MINERAL  EXHIBIT. suppl)   lhe outside     newspapers    wiih of Adams Lake, and comprising     eho
The  advisability  of  having  ;i     local   principal items  ol general  new-. North      three    and  one-half mile*    of
minora!  c\liiliii   at   ili.-  Spokane    Eair      1"   support  of     this   II. Cunningham Township  ■_'.">,   Range   II,  and  Sections
in  October     wns  discussed,   lhe  score-   Morris stated   lhal   many of.the      ac- 13, -JI and 25, of Township 25,  Knngo
inn   reporting   llmt  on  lhc suggestion   counts of Itevelstoke happenings which 12,   West  of  lho liili   Meridian.       con-
of Vi,  fi.   Uobcrtson  lie  had asked  Mr.    hud  appeared  from   time  to  time      in tabling an area of 23.112 square miles.
Iln a-.      uf     Troul     Lake,   lo  lake   'lie  coasl   paper-  were entirely   incor- more    or    less,  as  shown on  plan  of
n   .   ,,f  ihe   lievelstoke exhibil       ni   reel  an.l  mere fabrications  and  untrue survey  ihereof,    signed  by  Ernest     \V.
ih,  far.   Mr. I'mmeii- h.i- slated thai   Such  garbled  reports "ere worse than Robinson,    I).  I..  B.,    dale.I the    Ttli
should he lie attending the fair lie will    in "less   ami   something should   be done January,   1910,  and of record    in    the
bo  pleased   to  look  alter    the     Revel-   lo rectify   ihi- and    see    tha,       Revel- Timber, 0razing anfl Irrigation Branch
Moke exhibit,    li   «n-  agr I   lhal    ii   stoke   had   her  share  of  publicity   like of the Department  of the Interior.
«'„*   a   mosl   important   matter       and   other  .iii.-.    ll   wos   therefore  dwided      A     license will   nol   be  issued    untU
something  should be done, and a com-   timi.  in  view  ,,i  ihe hire,, circulation the full  amount of  the purchase price
mm onsisting of .1.  I). Sibb.il I. Vi,   "'   the leading dailj   newspapers ol ihe and   ihe  ground  rental  for  the      lirsl
B,   Robertson  anl   I'    V   I'i.i.Il.\   was   city,  ih.-e paper*   should  !"•  naked  lo year have l„*.n paid.
appointed  to  look   aftei   ihe preparing   appoint  a  g I  Yn respondenl   for      The conditions of payment,  rote    ol
,,i ,|  inin.-ial exhibit. lievelstoke.     The     newspaper*     to be rental,  en-.  are contained      in       the
i.l \|||\|    |:i siM's- ilm-  asked   are   the   Vancouver  World, Timber   Regulations,   ,■>  copy of winch
I a i,.|   ,,h.,al  Imsii ,   ii„.   I'oronin   I'rovinee and  New-  Advertiser, Victor- mav b.-  red ,,n application to    lhe
Siar    wrote     requesting    information   '"  ' "l"'"-'-  tt"" '-   Kiw   Press   ,nd undersigned or to  the Crown    Timber
about   Itevelstoke   and   asking   for   lit-    ""   '  ''-'"A   Herald. Virenl   nt   New   Westminster,      A    Blue
eiature describing   the advantages    ol STRKKI   U\iri:iv; Print    showing    Ihe     location of the
,l,i. tlislricl ' '"'  '"■ iteriiu   lho    ireets hertl   ivi I  lie furnished on application.
Prom  Mi.  He,nu-, ..f ihe r.    IV    i; .   ,!l" "-' ,l'" ■""""" Y. fl. KEYES,
I alca.v.  staling   lhal   h.   I id  sen,     i    ''"'  "" "   " bring thi*   about.    I: Secretary.
w.-, •   .1    1'.  Mi ■      Oil iv ..  M ,1  h  16th,  1910,
\\. 	
Ii B STONEX
Practical..
Machinist
.(..|..iirs nl all   kill In noilly  carried  oi
bicycle und Hun work a specially
KbtiuiuieH gfven ou nny c.Ihhh
of rtiirk.
Front     Street.
UNION HOTEL
A IIKO VIIKAH,  II. C.
si'cci.ii Attention niven to commercial
noil ami nu isl*. Kirst-cluRS sample
ontns, Flues, scenery in Uriiisli Coluiii-
iia, overlouking Upper Arrow Lake.
W. J. Lightburne. Prop.
i ibor ..f . opic*   uf   the  ni w       fi.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^■Ti-vnrnci     i^i^i^i^i^H
From     ilu>     Virru-uluirnl  Dcpnrti i - ***' I LMH-.KS
nil f«>r *hr construction
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at    Victoria,    ^tH11HIT   ' l> i:    tl
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Handsome Presentation
four houses on Sixth Street, Plana
I-- iii. a tions i nn lv seen al the
if ; hi ■ lloho Lumber ' o. Ten.
. ■ *   be  fkddrestted  io  i he  un ler-
,  •-■.    .mii  «il!  i■!<•-.■ on     I hurttdayi
:■ tn.
we tieces*
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all
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MannUciured for Hit i-iii'.M... ,,(   btntdiugi
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
IRE CLAY AND FIRE  BRICKS
for'sile in large or small qnantittai
. at ih« lownst linens for rash.
All kinds/)! batldtDB Hnd;plasterinR
iiiKlartitkan.
Foote & Pradolini,
REVELSTOKE
3 Superb Styles
The famous Fit-Reform designer
has created three models in 2
Button Sack Suits that surpass
anything of this style ever seen
in this country.
The combination of originality
and elegance will appeal
to every man who prizes
exclusiveness and good taste.
4^"- The patterns—
in fine English
Worsteds — are
equally distinctive, a
E.   G.    BURRIDGE
Tinsmithing, Repairs,   Hot  Air
Pipe and Furnace Work
-WORK   SHOP
Oonnaught Ave.   -   Revelstoke
FOR SALE
Splendid residences.
Suitable Building Lots
Those Interested will do well to call
and see us l>efore deciding to buy.
Vou can obtain fair rates for Fire Insurance in reliable companies with Dominion Charters
Call and Krct figures
Money to I^oan on Residential Property.
W. B. ROBERTSON
JCor. Secon 1 St.and Mackenzie Ayenue
Palace Restaurant
McKenzie Avenue
Fruit, Candies, Cigars/Tobacco.
Meals 35 cents.
A. H. Sing, Proprietor
To Trappers
Raw Purs Eougbt
Cash Prices Paid
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Purs
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Revektoke,   D. C.
SPRING IS HERE
flow is tbc Uimc of fficar for 5ee& flMantiiui
3Bcauttfg UJour (Bar&cns
A   large assortment of Fresh Garden and Field Seeds, including
STEEL   BRIGGS—FERRY'S   MAY'S   McKENZIE'S
AM) BURPEE'S.    Fine Lawn Cms*, Clover, Timothy, Alfalfa
The Paget Supply Co'y-
E. W. B. PAGET
J. WIL80N
Union Hotel
RESTAURANT
i Inder New Management
WHITE HELP ONLY
Stewart Macdonald
Proprietor
i
Join Moving r niiiii.
<p0fi
i ASK FOR
ROYM NURSERIES S Mil
y jg ASK FPU       <^j;
&9me4-\
Holdefi
Shoed\
A Good Line
FOR    EVERYBODY
fop Sale Evepywbepe
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Corporation or the City of lievelstoke
PROCLAMATION
A vacancy having occiirre<l (in the
Board of School Trustees, pulilic notice is hereby given to the electors of
the Municipality of lievelstoke, that I
require the presence of the said elector! >t the ('ity Oleik'a Office,
City Hall, McKenzie Avenue in
the said city, on .Monday the 0th
day of June, W10, at 12 o'clock
noon, for the purpose of electing a
School Trustee.
The mode of nomination of candidates shall lie ns follows:
The candidates shall be nominated
In writing! (he writing shall be suli-
BOribed Iiy two voters of the municipality as proposer and seconder, and
shall be delivered to the Returning
Ollicer at any time lietween the date
of this notice and 2 p.m. of the day of
nomination) and in the event of it poll
being necessary such poll will lie opened on Thursday the ninth day of June,
llllll, ill the City Clerk's office, in the
('ity of Itevelstoke, and kept open
bet ween I he hour of nine o'clock in the
forenoon and the hour of seven o'clock
in the afternoon, for taking and re-
I'oiiling the voles of the electors of the
-;ii<l ('ily. of which every person is
hereby required to lake notice uiul
govern himself accordingly.
The persons <|iialii!eil to be nontln*
uteii for mnl elected us School Trustees
shall i>e such persons as are householders and being Uritish subjects of lbe
full age of twenty-one yean and other,
wise qualified to vote at an election of
School Trustees,
Every candidate nominated shall
signify by a  writing accompanying
the nomination paper his consent to
such nominal inn, except in case such
person be aliseni from the municipality when such absence shall he stated
in i he nomination paper.
Given under my hand at Revelstoke
this 28th day of May, llllll.
(MAS..I. AMAN,
Returning officer.
SKINS
All kinds
[Reasonable Prices
Painting and
Paper Hanging
Sail fa •; n 'ruaranteed
R. Z. CRAV7FORD
Cor. Third Bt, aud Itobson Avenue
Synopsis of Canadian Homestead Regulations
ANY available Dominion LaudH within lha
KailwHv Halt ia Uritish Columbia, may
ba hemesteaded by any parson who it< tho sole
head of a family, or any male over IK years of
age, to the extent of oue^juarter section of 160
acres more or less.
Entry mnst be made personally at the local
land office for the district in which the laud is
situate: Entry by proxy may, however, be
made on certain renditions by the father,
Bother, sou. daughter, brother or sister of au
intending homesteader.
The homes'asdar is required to perform the
oouditions rouuected ttferewith under one of
the follou Ing plans :
(!) At least six months' residence Upon and
cultivation of the laud in each year for three
years.
(2) If the father (or mother, tf the father is
deceased) of the homesteader resides upon a
farm in tno vicinity of the land entered for, tbe
rftquiremnuts as to resi'lenre mav bo satisfied
by such persuu residiug with the father or
mother.
(.1) If the settler has his permanent residence
apon fnrmiuit land owned by him lu the viciu-
ity of his homestead, the requiremeuts as Ut
residence may be satisfied by residence upon
the said lai d.
Six mouths notice iu writing should be givou
to tho Commissioner nf Dominion Lauds at
Ottawa of iuteiitioa to apply for patent.
"'nu.. I'mil iniiiin,: rights may )>e leased for
a period of tweuty-oue years at au annual
rental of 11 per acre. Not moro thau 2.MK)
acros shall be teased to one individual or
compauy. A royalty at the rate of five rants
per ton shall be collected on the merchantable
.-uul mined.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N B.- Unautlioriend publication of  this ad
vortiseiueut will not he oaid for.
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.
Eggs far Hatching
Bygi lor hatching frnin the follow -
ing Imported pure bred stocn:
S. ('. Rhode Island Reds.-$2.00.
Silver Laced ffyandottes,—W.00
Barred Plymouth  Rocks,—(2.00
S. C, Bull Leghorns,- 82.00
Cornish Indian Game,—92.00
White Crested  Black  Polisb,-W.00
I'.ii,.I..11 Geese.   $3.00.
Imperial  Pekin  Ducks.—11.75.
AIbo utoi'k (rom  the above lor Rale,
MRS. R, A.    UI'I'ER.
yy.:'. SATURDAY, .11 M-'  I,  P.'In.
TtlE MAIL-UEKALD LIEVELSTOKE, B. 0.
Pa;
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged and Impioved.     First-Class in every respect.    All modern convenient el
Large Sample Rooms,
Rates, $2.00 per day        Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke. B.C.
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Is The Best in The West,
Golden West Washing Powder
Cleanses - Purifies - Beautifies
And The Premiums are Fine!
Save The Coupons
And Write for Premium Catalogue
It is Free for The Asking
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THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from country of origin.
WHOLESALE    DEALERS    ONLY.
T^IEVELSTOKIEr  it.  C
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
J.   ALBEET     STOHSriE      PEOP.
A. F. MASON
PRACTICAL GARDENER
Jobbing promptly attended to. Agent for all kinds of
Trees, Plants, Bulbs, etc. Lawns antl Gardens taken care
of for tlir Summer. Terms reasonable. Twenty years
experience.
Residence with F. G. Frisby.    Phone 80
See Its "Artistic Arch"
The
apoleon
(Foot-fitc)
Of all the 20 improvements of the clever-looking
Napoleon Shoe the feature which best pleases the
eye of the buyer is the Artistic Arch. Special lasts
are made for every pair of Napoleons—foot-sculptuved
lasts—and inside there is a stout steel arch which
snugly holds the instep.
That free, athletic stride which marks
the man of action is not possible when the
arch support of the shoe fails in its function.
Showing the 'Napoleon Shoe is a
pleasure—whether you come to see or
to buy.
Sold everywhere in Canada, the
United States and Great Britain at the
fame price—$5, $5.50 and $6.
Scotch  Whisky
A Genuine Highland Whisky.
There are hundreds of brands of so-called
"Scotch Whisky."
Many of these are not genuine.
For your health's sake, confine your choice
to standard brands ; use a whisky of recognized
merit.
Watson's Whisky is one of these j distilled
in the Highlands of Scotland—the district
acknowledged to be the best in the world for
whisky distilling.
We age our Whisky in Sherry wood, and,
after careful blending, it is bottled in our warehouse and sealed with an adhesive capsule
bearing our name.
Every such bottle carries with it our unqualified guarantee of purity and quality.
Insist     on
Watson's
"THREE STAR"—A mild, tkoroufUy m.lur.J Scotck.
"NO. 10"—A lull-UJuJ. richly ll.vorfJ Scotck.
JAMES WATSON & CO., Limited -  Dundee.
WASTED
WANTED—General Servant Girl
wanted in private home. Good wanes
Appjy at Mail-Herald office.
WANTED A pnsition a* w.ruing
bousekeepei or cook. Apply Mrs. C,
Houm :i", Ini 'ii Hotel.
Certificate of Improvements
NOTICE.
Forestry Commission
i lubbin*
I lie    liral      parliament    ol      I
Victoria   June 3.   The establishment   South   Virion  will 1"'  nod  in
ul „ Provincial  Satlonnl i'nrk in    lhn   I
Kootenav was strongly advocated I"'
iAiil
lore  the Timber  and   Forestry    Commission by G.   II.  Chapman,    of    tho
Geological Survey of Canada, "lio explained  lhat   lhe United States     had
established siieh a  thing on  lho    Columbia  border,  beginning  1,35(1     miles
east  of  lhe  mountains  and extending
westward lo the S'orth Fork   ol     the
Flalheud,   What  is     desired is      thai
Uritish Columbia  tio on  to  this park
reserve at  lho boundary  lino and link
the American park with tho    National  ' "'
Pari,  ol Canada,   thus   allowing    il«'   and  'he Transvaal.       Viscouiu  Clad
Btirnc a dear Hold Under preservation   hlml°    ia    ,l"'    1"''   -"v''"' " -
ami  protection  in  ii*  northward    and   '"'»•   '-oui*
soitthwaid migrations,
The area proposed to be ilm*     d
voted     lo    National     I'ark     pur|	
tho    utilization      of      manual      r
c.vs. hotiia-s Ml>
Cen.   Ilothn  luf  -•■in   the     following
lessuge lo  lhe Cape Times;
"We ivi iee that lhe I nion has
become nu aceomplishi 1 I
Mav we Iw a united peo| I \ with
'our hearts unhid ns well a- our
in I-, n peaeeiill, progressive
portion of the empire."
MI'.MI'.l'li- OF  I'lll   CABIXKT
I'nited    South     Virion   wn*    formed
 illy    by    tlm I deration  ol    Cape
Orange   Uiver  Coh n      '• U
w n .   ihe premier ni    the     Transvaal.
Gen. Smuts nu I Mr.  Hull    were      n
specliveb   iln- Colonial     -    n
Treasurer  of  lhe  Trau*vanl.      Messrs.
sources ii. which other     limn    limber   Saner and    Sinlan    were    respediyi
mav  bo arranged,    Is about 200 huh are   Commissionei   ol   Publi.     Works     and
milos,    while  tho  Alberta    I'ark  area   Secretary  ol   Vgriciiltiiro  in   the  Cupe
adjacent,  is considerably  large-' ('"1"»>   ''abinet.
The
Attorney-General  in  the    ministry    "i
lh"  (Irani"  Uiver  Colony.
The  union  pin liament.     the       im-iii-
bers of which will  be elected immedi -
ml
nnl  witness before  tlie co
mission was Secretary     McArthur
ilie Uritish Columbia Loggers'     A*
elation,  who  urged four special "a*
The reform of the Uritish Columbin   a"''.v' "il!   un'M "' ;l Semite and
log    scale,    which    doos    nol    adapt   """'" "'  A«*embly.     Cape
itself to modern lino saw     conditions   '"' ''"' M',,|t "' '''"
and thereby accomplishes an estimated   I'ro'oria   lhe seal     ol    the    executive
In--  in weight to the logger of approx-   government.
imatel}   211, ' feel  in a million    fool      Tl"'  l'"'"" "'     So,,ln  A'"' '      " "
boom,   li  was proposed thai    instead   '"<"'  Mav :11-   '''"" ra>'nl  '''"nn-
ol ih" mixerl allowance ol I.'. inches on "' " "'" llu! executive union of the
tli" small "nd of all logs for saw British colonies ol Cape Colony, Or-
waste,    IJ  inches should be    retained   ""-"    "ivel    l "'■'">-    Natal and  the
for  Ui-iuch  logs and     smaller;  I  inch   Transvaal  was  read  al   the    A nbly
for logs of 17 lo 'JI inches, and -'• "mlsc here, where eigl
indies on 25-inch logs and upward.
I The second poinl presented was
petition thai bona lide operators
whose timber i* exhausted should li"
allowed in stand not to exceed one
square mile of reserve timber, conditionally upon their beginning to remove ih" limber within ninety day- Montreal, .lune '■'.. -\ note ol wnm-
and complete such removal as quick, ing wns sounded by General French
ly as possible until no men haul able i,, ili,. officers of the Montreal garri-
timb.'i' remuic. This wn* specially son after he had inspected theii troops
urged on behalf of tho small logger, un Saturday afteinoon as to th.- ne-
who was stated n iw to be practically cessity for better training and pre-
; wilhoul timber to work on except at partition lor active service in Canada.
a prohibitive price. As to these Gen.  French said:   "  li
I The commissioners raised ih" point you have in tli" Canadian militia a
a- to what would prevent the lumber- desire to "any ou| your role so as
nicn grouping small loggers if this (,, emulate and uphold thesplendid
concession were allowed and holding traditions handed down to you. you
their    own    timber,  nnd    ill"  answer   nui-t  lir-t .rruli/c  that  in    many    re
was that of course  the    law
today ih" leaders ol the Uoers
th" Uritish terms oi pear".
brought to an end ill" war in
Africa.
signe I
w hi h
South
Hole ot Warring
United South Africa
Baby Department
Ilarrv
Trout   Lake   Mining   Division   of  West
Kootenay Disl rict.
Where   located;—On   Poplar    Creek,
near Poplar Townsite.
TAKH NOTICK that 1, A.R. Heyland,
WWTED—At    once.   Waitress for the I Free  Mine's Certificate No.   I!.  Z540S,
„        , „  , ,   ,. , „ a.ln _„. I intend, sixty days   from  date  hereof, to
Grand Hotel, Nakusp, wages 8. 0 per j ^^ .q ^ M| -.^ R,.,,„,|,r ,,„. „
tiiicaie of Improvements, for the purpose
of obtaining s Crown Grant of the above
month.—Apply at Grnnd Hotel.
TO LET—Furnished room, sun«bie
lor either one or two gentlemen. Centrally located.    Apply this ollice.
FOR SALE OU RENT—Ranch at
Clanwilliam. Apply to Mrs. Mary
Palmar,  Clanwilliam,  R.   C. to I
claim
And further take notice that action,
um'ei Section 37, must be commenced
before the issuance oi smh Certificate of
improvements.
Dated this 15th dav oi April. A. Do
1911.
A,   IJ.   HI VI.AND.
aid Bpects yoh have an infinitely harder
have to bo specially framed to pre- ia-U. Every officer anl man ol you
vent this. must  awaken  to the fact  that  war as
I   The third application vvas lor per •   it i- carried out today is a very d'.ii-
mission for export of    rough      cedar,   erent business t., what it    was bei	
incidental to which appeal was 1111- ilmi it make- lar greater demands
!successfully made to the executive upon the officers that lend and direct
recently, and the fourth point raised as upon the nun who follow and obey
jwas in respect to the fire patrol sys- | "You did splendid work in S,,uth
the conditions of the trade made it Africa, bill if you will uphold your
tern, Secretary McArthur urging that country at home, or bring success to
impossible for the loggers to sustain the Umpire in different parts of the
heavier burdens. ... World far greater efforts and .-,  higher
degree of effii iency and readiness will
be necessary  to Beeure success."
Gen.  French dwelt  upon    ihe    loyal
(ape    Town,  May  2.— The    ollicial   manner  in  whieh  officers    and       men
announcement     of'   Premier    Botha's  Bave their time to the service of   the
cabinet,    the   first    of I'nited    South   'tnte, but  in an able address insisted
lAfrica i* a* follows: ,l,;" m"eli greater knowledge    of    the
Prime    Minister    and    Minister      oi   an wa- needed ttU through the service
Agriculture—Gen. T.. Ilothn.
Minister of the Interior—Gen.    J. Cf
Smuis.
Minister  of Railways  and Harbors—      Montreal, .luiie 3.—The plan- for the
Mr. J. W. Sailer. new   Windsor  street     station    of    the
Minister  of  Education—Mr.    Y.    II.   Canadian  Paeil'n   railway    provide for
Malnn. a  startling    innovation.      They  show
Minister of    Finance — Mr.    II.    I .    thai ii mpuni proposes t., add an-
Hull. other  t.i  11-  many  lines of     activity,
Minister of  Lands  and  Irrigation  —   and will  shortly  enter upon  the  hear:
Mr.  Fischer. stirring enterprise of dry  nui-in,'.
Minister   of    N'ative    Affairs -- Mr.      'llu  enterprise has nol  been decided
Burton. upon    withoul   the exerci 1     much
Minister    of    Public     Works.    Posts   thought ,,nd 111. dilation.  All  the heads
t ili" 1 '.'indian  I'n ifie are i.nniU Wen
Minister  of Trade  and  Commerce        and  therefore  wel       qualified   lo  pro •
Mr, Moore. noun'"  uoon   the  ronimercinlaspi   I   ol
Minister of Justice- Gen. ITerlzog.        nursing.   In  their 1 ilie livi     judgtn
Minister    without    portfolio  —  Mii   ihU mnttei  I 1* nol boon L'iveu the at-
—_ . tenth.n  ■•   1   11 ida that  it  ought       t.,
v   have had, v -I so, iu*l  n<  1 h mpan)
has si ' ■ - eries
and   model   -   I I
to llu   1 - id D • nil
10 noi ■   -
1 reilie to show '
I he   human
meral claim, situate in the „„,) Telegraphs—Mr, GrnaH.
I 1 onu
WANTED! notice.
A  man or   a   boy  to  herd , To All Whom It May Concern:
cows  during   tho  clay.   Apply
to MAIL-HERALD.
Advertise in the Mail-Herald
WANTED—A    girl     lor
work.   Apply      Mrs.     J.   T
McKenzie Avenue.
I'elfer,
BLACK EABTH FOR SALE-While
excavating for the llowson Hlock,
1 will have food garden soil for
sale at 50c, per load. Apply to tho
Cumming'a Transfer Co.
T'.c ot.icc thai, we, .Inlius Doniral
and A. K. Hnigli, of the town of Nukusp, in the Province of British Col
nniliia, intend lo apply to the Chief af
iLdit h..u*e Provincial Police SO days after the
date hereof, for the transfer of llnence
held by II. .1. I.aHrasb. of the Hotel
Grand. Nakusp, to A. E. Halgh und
.Inlius Dougal.
Dated  ai   Nukusp, H.   0„ Ibis loth
day of April.
.Itl.lt'S  Dllt'tlAL,
A. El. Hakiii.
TO I FT—Front Bedroom on Firsl St.
u . f hath, suitable for one or two
gentlemen.   Apply M, 1'. 0. Box 408
ap 'Od lm
WOMAN COOK— Wants occasional
Work in private families. Apply
three  doors   west of   KnoX   Church.
All the little improvements
that go to make for gi dn .
comfort and style arc hero the
Be t Leather, the Finest Workmanship, nnd a last to fit B ■ '
everybody.
ASK voint DEALER PI R
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AMES-HOLDEN  SHC-j l    k  . Ltd.,!
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Hew Quebec Bridge
Montren       .lur, 3     ihe
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SATURDAY, JUNE  1, 1910.
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Legn miiice.s 10oontH nor liu" II--I  Irmorllnn,
9 ounu pur line uaoh Hiibsequenl inmrtlon
M.'.iai'.'iiiriil. Nun par u-l [12 line* make unu
inelil.    suiro   ami   guuural bumnow an-
nuunce in-  .*_'..-I   por Inoh  per month.
Pn i.mmI n i*uiun*. i"> per oent, ad-
limi'Ml. itiriii-. Marrlagos mnl Deaths,
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Land    Iuu*   S7.4U    .\ll  advertliiemoiit*!
mibiucl iioii" approval of the iiiiuiiiiretneiii.
Wauled an.l C'omtumud AdvorllsoiiiunWi
AgeiitH M.i:,' id, Help Wanlod, Siiniiiiuii*
wanted, siiiinLioiiH Vnount, 'Iiii.ii.ii—
tt iinted, Mc Ii ml"* Waatod. In words or
1'-- -..'.. unoli iiilililloiiul line In ".in-.
Chnnge* in standing odvurtlsomouts ma-i
ui' in by '.' a. in. 'I ii"*ilay uiul Kriday of
oeiiIi week in wouro good display.
OORRKBPONDKNOK Invited  on matters ot
public  inii'i'-l.   t'uininiiiiiculioii- lu   Ivli
tor   inn-L  lie  ooooinpauled   by   name   of
bit    ■
FOR SALE
:■«»»•«. ,i i_l«k. IMM
A beautiful Dwelling House in a
desirable location, corner of Third
Street and McArthur Avenue.
For price and terms apply to
REVELSTOKE GENERAL AGENCIES, Ltd.
REAL  ESTATE,   LIFE,   FIRE   AND  ACCIDENT   INSURANCE
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Cbitua- y
Hi"  surface  of  ..,11   i|M.  city    streets iln- same iini" renew  nm' onlh oi foul-
wrluir. not nooessarlly fo publication, bnl   are in n deplorable     condition,      and tv  and  service   lo   King  George,    nnil
Iftw"*4'"1'11  borre8P°,ld6l»"1!nothine  apparently  is  ... be done    to look   to him  i  inin   in   the    i -
- ■.  '  ili.'in  ihi- year  to make    them    what step*  of  lii-  illustriou*    father,      The
HARVEY, McCAKTEK |thev  should     be   From  year  to  vear spirit   ot  Imperialism  i-  stnnm    upon
AND PINKHAM,   ,,„. ,„,,;,.,. ,„•  ,,„.,.;,v      ,. „.;,.      h„s us  and as venrs  roll      on,     sueeossive
BARKHTKR8. Solicitors, KTC. ,„.,.„    ,„'    mii.Elv'avoid doini; am- <rener«(io„s'   «i inlain    unshaken
Orricm*:   Imi'kiu \i. iiimi iil-iliiing Hkiki.     ... . ,    ,    ,     ,       ,       ,,    .
stoke, li. ti. thing' ol  :i permanenl   nature    to    lhc and  untarnished   the  loyal    allegiances
Money to loan, streets, and  this vear ii  will    be    the lo   England,  and  forever conserve  the
Otflces: Korclstoke, B C.    Craubrouk, U, I', .,., ,        .... ,     ,      „  ... ,     ,,
'Geo. 8. MoOartkb same.    I lie people themselves are in a grand  soman   "i   Lhe  nrilisn   r.ntpire.
4. M.Pinkham' J.A.Harvey. great  measure  to  blame for  this  con- King  George  I is    i   great   task  before
iliiinii of things, as they turned down him, but with i.i- loyul subjects round
ti  by-law  a  year or  two  ago  to  pur- him, and loyal hearts in every pari  of
i-hnse a  rood  making  machine.   As  ii the  Empire, lie cannot  but  fulfil      his
i-  now     our    streets  are some of the iii"'-   work   a*   iln-   ruler  of   tli"    lir-t
Iworsi   in   ili"  interior,    it   is  satisfact- nation of today.   Vie can each do our
lievelstoke
(rnuhrnnk
VyiLLlA.U  I.  Bitltilio
Barrister
Solicitor, etc.
Solicitor foe:—
Thk CANADIAN Bank ,,k OoMMBROB, |"
Thr Molsons Bank, lire,
FIRST ST..    •    KKVKLSTOKB, R.D
TiOBEBT SMITH
Provincial Lund Surveyor.
Mining Sin veyor '"
Engineering
McKknzik Avknitk.
Box lllll. Rkvki.stiikk
Icontractor "ill  be  mude lo  pul      lhe   and  ever)    ■ . > true  henrled  i',r
load-   in   good  eoudition    where   they   nudiiui,  be  lie  in   lhe  inoiinlniii  or  in
dug ilii'iu  up for  *e\ver pur
these places are a  menace
D
MlCUITUCTS
A'AMill'l l.K  ANII   R.KVBL8TOKK,   H,   t
Al.lON A-   KVEI.EKill,
' lo conserve ili" -port iu all  iln- waters
oi ihe district.   There  should  In- -	
consideration   observed   in   li-hing      a*
well a-  in  shooting,  au !  ili" penalties
.All "otiiiiiiiiiii'iHioos.niilresseil to I>.,-|   '">'    'he     infringement   of  regulations
ollice,  R"Vel.sioke, will have prompt   should  be jus!   a-  severely  meted  out.
Uevelstoke  i-  recognized  ns  the  head.
quarter* ior man)   fishiug and hunting
lexcursions ainl lu even  direction there
Mountain  V.ow Camp, No. 2I9| I   ,„.  ,„,„•,   ^^   ,.,„.,.,.  ,„„,,   ,,,„.,.
a-   ilie Forest, or in   ilie city, working tin-
menaee     in    every   der  ilie  Hag of  ui"    Empire ami    nd-
ilii'in.  besides being   ding  hi-    quota      i"   ni" developmenl
an I expansion of  Uritish     supremacy,
  Mill  utter in  lii*      heart   "ilml    Sain
GAME I'UOTECTIO.V. lhe Kin".'.
Now   iliat   the li-hiii";     season      ha*
op 1  up something  -hoiild  in-    done
Th" fi nil  of  Hi" lai"  Miss    Jessie
Thomas, who died on Tiles lay iliis
week, look place on Thiirsda) from
il„.   home of  Mr.   ami   Mr-.   K.  'i.   Me-
line.   A   l.u- mlii'i'  ,,i  friends       of
tie family were presenl al ilu- house
to lake pari in llm brief service "on.
dueled by ili" kev. M. li. Melvin and
iln- llev. IV. I', ('alder. 'I'lie funeral
-ei", i." ii-"lf wa- held ai Si. dorms
• line li. and henlltifill and appropriate
music ren lered, including ili" duotl
In   Mi.    Deni    nnl   Mrs,  Cameron    " I
-Iinil  i i      liim  ia""  in  face,"  which
u as  i he il". ".'t-"jl'. favorite lo in.
\ Inu" i iber oi | pi , followed ih" I'cnvain* t,, ili,, 'cmctei') and
liiuil   prayers   were   -ail    ii   'li"  grave
'I '.    Til"   gl'ul ,-    u a-   , olliplctel)'    lijleil
willi whii". Ili" pall bearer* were:
ll.  Calder,  ll.   Stingley,  .1.   Knox,     II.
Hews  and  -I.   Mcline.    Ili I'm    and
hearse  were  covered   wiili   man)   beau-
liiul  wreaths  and  llowers,
Tlie  loll..wiiii;   gave  Moral   tributes:—
Deceased's      parents      .nil     family-
Wreath.
Mr.  and   Mr-.   K.  ll.      McRne   Gales
Mr.   ait.I   Mr-.   Slingle)    Wrealli.
Mr.     and     Mr-        Vi.      Donaldson
Wraith.
Mr.  and   Mr-.   A   Mellne   Wreiilh.
Mr. an.l  Mr-.   \.  Hobson -AVrenlhf
Hebeknh   I... Igc   \".   'JI    Wrealli.
Selkirk Lodge I. II. II. V. \.>. I'J
Three link  wreath.
Mr-.   Palmer    Spray.
Mr-. II.  Edwards   Spray.
Mi-s  I',.   McCarty -Sprayf
Miss  .1.  Cleveland,   Calvary   Spray.
Mr.  and  Mr-.   Vi.  Campbell,  Calgary
Spray.
Mi. an I Mi-. \. M'l.i'od. Vancouver    Spray.
Mr. and  Mrs,   Urn   Mned  I '   Spin)
Mr. „nd  Mrs.  .1.   Knox   Spray.
Mr.       and       Mr-.    II.    IJ.    M.ken/ic      -
.'itlioil ion.
c. w. o w.
spray.
The hotly ,,f ih' lam I'.. Hnner, ngod
17. who iliid recently at Spirit Lake,
liltli.i. will reach lown iiii- evening
and ilm funeral will lake place lo -
morrow ;,' - p. "i.. from the resitlenco
of V. Somes.
ST.  JOHN'S  (PreshyteriRn)-Rnn-, 	
duy, June ">—11 a.m   Rnbjeot:    'Heir-
ingandDoing"     7:30 pm. sulj»ot: JepJltWS    DailOtlter
"The Golden Rule"— M. (itirdjn Mel-1 r 3
vin, Minister. ■) '"'-"' hudienee witnessed ih" splen
it   the   Edison
daotut-    t>        iw    i,   c did  motion    pieturei
BAPTIST—R»v.   \\ .   P.   Freeman,  .,. ,
llienire     lasl      niirht.    Ioiulou       lhe
Pastor.    Preaching i-nri'lav at Usui .,,  , ,    .
same drogramtne will In- repeated, in-
and 7:30 pm.   Sunday 8ohool at 2:30 t.ll|dlll(f the hi?|l uP, |ilm    .l„|,|11,,all-s
pMui't*  Second  Hud   Kmirth  \Vmliie*df*v* 111   .
*ach iiiuiiib. in Selkirk II ill.   Vinii.iu   WooU-  forms     ol  -poll     an   he  liuu.        nhlli
men cordially Invited to m.tond. those  who   are  hunting       md     li-him
w   B ii-liiil|\'K e™.i'oa , .   .",.,,' i "    pni.    The locui lodge of tbo Oaindiai    o. i..,,..  .,,„i   Salomun'u    ludm,,,,,,
US. MoINTYRK, Clerk. lenthusuistcs  take  then   lill  ol  pleasure   ,.   .       ...    „,     ,  s        .,. ,   ,     "nugniei   ami  .a lane .luagmen
     , i i     , i      Order of the \\ iv dmen will R-ienil tlv
thei. a-  a  rule give  Iml" I I  to    lh"
Kootonay LodKo. No. is, A F. & A. M.     M(ii ;,,   ,!„.,.,.,. ometliing    morning service in a h,dy. The ordin
The Derby Winner
J  T   POLLOCK. M istkh.
CHAS. J. A.MAS. Sei kktwo
SELKIRK  LODGE 11 I. O.O. K.
Th. „   , , ...  improve   *porl rail,   uud   trust ance of Baptism will   be administered
''".- ""- i">''i  'i Hi- too much to kinrlli   iiaiui       itinu- st the close  of   the   evening   service
OwfiuiwTlaK nib   provide   lhe   -, • „.   »l,..re-wiih- Everybidy  is  cordislly  invited to all:    London,  dune  •"..    \.   I'airie's    Lam-
h* third M'ii.iiiiii, n„   lhl ,!,„ these services. I"'1'-'  l)|"""  ">'•  """  "lfl rlassio   Eng-
ST.I'ETER'S-Second Sunday after IMl   ",,,lu   '"   V'"-"m. 1?0WM  W'"lncs'
m ■ n,.     r  ,. •        ,. t    , lt      day.       \ iscount     \ itlii'r s     drvrnhark,
Trinity,    lhe following ia a list ol the   ... ,        ,    ,,
I emitlwiniii up, was second. ;in<l ( bar-
H»rvice^ :
nrh   month    at    . l! '    ,,;i   '"                                          '"     tlh'
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dii    cordinlljr   w«
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as
This
M a.m.— Holy Communion.
llam.-.MstiDs   and   Holy   Com
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M„,„.  ..,,.-,   7,:    -
l*y    .'v,.:iir:.r    ;a    941
kkirk Hi
FVisitiDK hrethrBii ire
cordiall; Invited to ittsud,
L.  PROBVX. N.«. JAS   MATHIE>I".
amnion.
1 '.In —Evensnr.g
Sunday school at '2 2.0 p.m.
Cold Range todge, K  of P.
Ho. 26,  Revelstoke, B C.
MKKTS „VhKY  W10NI3DAT.
eTeetu  , i, -I  S I.-0:;. -
eaen moatn lo >ddf"
Hull   »t   i   o'cl iek.    vuiiins
KoUhta *f^ uord.dl.y   :iv.'
D. A. UjDONALI), '  C.
U. H. HKOt'K, K   of   R. * 8.
T   P.   sUtTTH.  II. nf ?.
Cocbt M    Bsi
Meets   in   I. i.'   i. !•'• H'll   next
Tapping's  i i|i"i.i  II,i'i-". '
M nth.
Visiting    '   ethren
onii'il.
T.   If..   ( 'l   lltKM  K   II lltTK.
Rei   ^.-     II. \V.  Ed •
Wide Tire Act
I.-i I'Malley. J. Howard up, was third
Neil iini, ih,. Earl of Rosbcry's (anion- three \e.ar old, figured as the favorite, although I."inhere; siooil praolically ei|iial  iii   ihe betting,
Thi- year's. Derby wa* to have been
uupreeedently brilliant. King Edward
was io have \i-h".l ii in company
"iih Colonel Roosevelt and society
« i- expected to turn out a* it had
iji'esxkl, JuneS.—The teaming and never turned oul before. Instead of
freight situation throughout Northern lne ""'•' brilliant it was the gloom-
and Central Briti-h Co'umbia is ''"' ''"•'''' "' ll"' lii"'1 '" Uritish his-
criticsl. due to the enforcement of the '"" ' Even brnzen-thronted bettors
Wide Tire Act.    I'.,,- set was gazetted    ,i"""'  'lgna  "'' emolion  when    ,hn>'
many months ago and ample w.rning '\anTi '"'!' "I"-. '"'s '"''l ""'"«'"'
™ ol  the Hell  known ligure never    to be
•vh- given -i . teamsters,  hut no  med ■
. ,  n in ii  again.
was given in '  i, y
pardy tbe summer's
intry. Vfter twenty*one years of service as
Tbe B  C. !                        •       (bat   the teacher nnd principal of the Kamloops
already on the road   mould   not Puljlie school,  I'   9. Wood has retired
,,.    ... ppad   a                         ,,     lmp|e from Hchool work.
THE    MOLSONS    BANK
INCORPORATED 1855
Capital Paid Up
Rest Fund
$3,500,000
$3,500,000
Has 65 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in all the Principal Cities of the World.
A GENERAL BANKINO BUSINES8 TRAN8ACTED
SAVINGS     BANK   DEPARTMENT
At all Branches     Interest allowed at highest current rate.
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager.
Cummings Transfer Go. Ltd.
Freight and (Parcels Promptly [ Delivered
Baggage Transferred
i.-    Furniture and Piano Moving a Specialty
Leave Orders at Steam Laundry Office
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Clearing Sale of Boys' Suits
FROM FIVE TO FOURTEEN YEARS
4 Suits, Size 22 $3.50 to $4 50 for $2 and $2.50
6 Suits, Size 23 4.00 to 4.75 for 2 and 2.50
4 Suits, Size 24 4.00 to 5.00 for 2 and 2.50
2 Suits, Size 25 3.50 to 5.00 for 2 and 2.50
2 JSuits, Size 26 3.50 to 4.00 for 2 and 2.50
2 Suits, Size 27   3.50 for    2
12 ;,-pi(jce Suits, 27 to 33, $5 and $6 lor $2.75 & $;v50
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VICTORIA  AND VANCOUVER
Fence ud C.tc. in Staak SATURDAY, -HAT  I. min.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
PllL'O  5
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If onr methods suit you
tell others. If they don't
suit you tell us. Any eri-
ticisni of our mode of
doing business will be
appreciated.
HUME'S SPECIAL
A news sheet devoted to the interests of the citizens of Revelstoke and surrounding
towns and settlements.     Our aim is to place before the purchasing
public the facilities of Our Big Department Store.
Good news from tlie Ladies
Waist section. 300 New White
Minuses and Shirt Waist*. We
will not elaborate on this
item they will speak fnr
themselves. Thers is a waist
of almost any kind in wash
poods, and thepcking will he
tine and handy  for you, from
95c. to $3 50
The new square end Turban
1'in, real shell, 34 inches long
hand polished, Stogie points,
at '.\ fo. 50c, or each 20c.
New Back Combs in the new
High Filigree back in real
shell amber and cereole at
75c. and 50c.
The new Earl Everbrite steel
hairpin. Sanitary, washable
will retain their brilliant finish after washing. Patented.
All colors. They come 8 in
box and 12 in box, according
lo size box—50 cents.
(litidei (oll»
The Peter Pan and Merry
Widow collar and bow have
had their innings. It is now
the "Chanticler," introduced
in Paris this Bpring. Present
indications point to a surprising demand for the '"Chanticler" Collars, Ties and Jabots for ladies and misses.
We have them.
Only a few left. Any persons
who have neglected getting
some of those "Old Country"
Hed Spreads, tjuilts, and lied
Sheetings will have a chance
next week. We expect to
clear nut the entire lot. If
you are needing fresh, snowy
white lied Linen and Coverings, come and see these.
Take the Elevator
f
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Slilt in the lime light. Such
a comprehensive showing nf
Ladies' Misses and Children's
Hosiery will do you good to
see. Hosiery of almost any
kind.
Special Saturday Np
A lot of odd pairs of these
lovely hose, all prices in the
lot, worth as high as $1U0
ou Saturday evening
50c. per pair
SPECIALS
Hv ai May
On Monday and Tuesday
only of next week we offer as
a special bargain, Crosse iV
Blackwell's
Mushroom and Walnut
Catsup
in half-pint bottles. liegular
price 35 cents per bottle, on
Monday   and   Tuesday only
15 cents
ftesh fruit and Vegetables Arriving Daily
Get Hume's Prices
ft Sinter M
We nre sole agents for the
one genuine Slater Shoe.
Everyone knows the Shoe or
knows about it. High class
Goodyear welts, all of them.
t >ne price from coast to coaBt
and that price is stamped on
the shoe. To ensure getting
a genuine Slater Shoe look
for the UNION LABEL, factory number 350, and the sign
of the Slate.
V^OOOTCVR-Wfc
Snappy up-to-date Oxfords.
A neat pate.it colt on the new
swing last.
A genuine brown buckskin,
the most comfortable shoe on
the market for warm weather.
f.        " Yhk .">...\'- OF Ckrt.\inty ' *   /\
The Shoe with an unequalled
record—THE SLATER $4.50
SHOE. Either in black box
calf or vici kid, with patent
toe cap and trimmings.
f.       " Thii. Seal op Certainty "       /^
GOODVI'.AR WKLT 5EWH
PR OS PEC To Its ROOT
—made from dark brown
winter calf. The oil dressing
makes this boot practically
water proof. Double stitched
tongue to the top. Full cuff
with two buckles. We guarantee this boot from start to
finish—Price 110.00.
LADIES'   BOOT  exactly as
above, made of dark tan willow calf, with Cuban beel.—
Price $7.60.
The Elevator is tbe raoBt per*
(ci i type of passenger elevator
made. We -pared no expenei to
get the best and most reliable,    All
the safely devices BO far produced
you will lind on it. The most
approved automatic Bafety brake.
C. B. Hume Sr Co.
DEPARTMENT   STORE
Revelstoke,   *   B. C.
Mail Orders.
Telephone Orders.
Send   the   children   to
the store.    Come yourself.
Have our city traveller
call at your home for
orders.
Pork ail Beans
Now that the warm weather
is upon us, what lie'ter Ho
you want for lunch than a
can of nice Pork and Heati".
We carry the best on lhe
market—Van Camp's, Armour's, llein/.'-, and C'ntik'-.
These are packed from the
choicest picked bean-' and
specially selected corn-fed
pork. When you get theBe
brands you get something
above the average quality.
f
We can satisfy successfully
the large consumption of
summer drinks that are now
being asked for, because we
handle a good quality—Mon-
serat Lime .luice, Morton's
Raspberry Vinegar, Welch's
Grape Juice, and all kinds of
fruit syrup. For quality,
llavor and price these goods
are unequalled.
(
ry
Have you tried any of our
new line of Chocolates, Neil-
son's Pure Chocolates in bulk
or packages. Thi 3 is the
purest, richest, and best kind
of chocolates on the market.
Our Confectionery department is tilled with all the
good things for tbe little
ones, as well as with little
things for the good ones. Always a good quality of nuts
and candy on hand at prices
to suit all.
QUALITY COUNTS ALWAYS when vou want Milk
nr I'ream. Reindeer Milk
and Jersey Cream are known
all over Canada. When you
get Reindeer you get the best
and cheapest milk, and the
best Cream when yon gel
.lersnv. -ee uur corner win-
d.iw fnr the REINDEER,
I
Get It at Hume's
You may lind a mistake in
mir accounting, let us know if you
do.   We huve Installed the finest
ollice system possible and are doing
mir nt must to keep apace with the
times.     Vnu can help us if youjlet
us know uf any mistake thatjrj
occur. Ta
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THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE B G
SATURDAY, JUNE I.  lOlu.
Record logging Contract
Good Settlers Wanted
New King's Prerogative
.f
>f
I- u  loops, .Inii" 3.   Wlia!  is without I...i,ilim.  .Tune 3rd.- Colonel    C.    A. King George, by virt
hi   lii   m ■'   im    -. cnutruce yet I.im.li.   St.   V.  (),.  speaking  nl   (he  ro- sors on  lhe throne since  tl
ikt-n    in    Uie    interior ol    this sumoil     session     ol  the conference of   .lames I., with ilia in pol> ol print-
..  is   thnt   iu,i   completed       hy charitable societies doing     emigration ing  the so-enlleil  "authorized  verslon'j
M            Itobiusoii und  McKenzie, toera.   work in regard  to  th «    C'liniidinn of the I'.il,I,, and oi lhe  "Hook of t'oin
erlj   sawmill   operators  al   Crimbrook, immigi'atioi   restrictions, said thnl  the j mini   I'rnyer;"  that  is  to  say,  of    lhe
anil   "."!!  known  as expert  lumbermen, requirements of  lhe colonies were well liturgj   I.i.'ens.-   are   granted     in    his
Monarch    [.umber  Company, known.   They  wanted  people  physical- name  lo  the    Oxford    and  Cambridge
..  and  ili-  Sovereign     Lum- ly  lit   and  morally  wilhoul      blemish, University presses and  lo certain    so-
who .Ii.l  nm  drink, who had nol   told cieties, such :,- lhe  Uritish    and    For.
IT
.   .        . ;
:,l    S :'.
In.:- i , impnm , Anuis.
11. coiiiriiei ,',.,11- [or the delivery
in boom i.n Shuswap hike for one
1 .      ed  million  Feel  ..I  logs    al     the
ci ■     of  -jn, i.iinii   feel   each  year    for
i ;i -.   the   i.'U.I  i aiiii' nf  ihe  ..iii-
. . ing over 9700,	
The  i. ,ii 11 u'i. us   have    already     one
.■ia' Uslied   ul   ii"'  head  of  Sey.
ino      Imi. in w hi. :   district  the limits
i which  ilie logs \.ili be drawn are
i   ti
nnd 'Ii.l not intend to tell lies, who eign Bible Society, In prim nml pun-
iliil nol .ovei iheir neighbors land and ilish the Bible and prayer book! But
Innl some agricultural knowledge and this can oiib I" l.me with his permis.
capital,    lie did  nol   blame  lhe colon-   <i»n,  and  were lie  lo  will  il   he could
i,-  when  he      remembered    llinl     this   l»   ii  mere d e  pul   n   stop In    the
country had been fool enough in pari printine of "N"^ \niili'-tui Bible und
with everything after lliev hud fought [prayer book in the t'ni.el Kingdom.
iur these territories al u tremendous In ordinary eireiiinslunces copyright
cosl of blood and Ireasure wilhoul privileges do nm emend beyond forty
n  it.    lie .lil    "" years, ,,r for  I lie  life of  ll
keeping any  "ti
ie   colonics   because   lhe
re    of    tools     I-    nil    ill"
iter),   I""   Ic  would   n
ie  arned in renient  v
look
world
i   like
 I
Hilier  camps  will   he ope I   bin    i
i. ■    ,-  i iii!.- iimI all modern up   tidvautu
|       . es   will   be  used  for  getting  oul    didflaiig
ll        gs.    As  in,mi   oi  the supplies for   to sis? the
these  camps   will   he purchased ill   ihis   lhe land s
cil       ml  shipped  b.v  boat   lo Seymour   poses,
Arm,   iln- transaction  i-  an  important       .1    \.   M
one  to  Kamloops.    In wintei' over Inn   defended
iii-i.  wiMhe kepi  steudilj   employed in   Cuiiudiiins
II."  camps,   and   nearly    thut     iiumbei'    li.n i  il
i'.i iiighout  the summer. not good
  Dominion
's of the right  sort.   They      had
an  ambition   thai  Canada  mighl    nne
be.'nine  the  heart   of  the empire .
c   HUtll.
r and seven vein follow ing, which-
ier may lie ili" Inngei Bui hero is a
ipvrighl   which   has  existed  lor  cent
uries,   ami  ii-  continuation  cun    Inm-i
be explained  by  lhe legal  fiction  thnt
j tl -culled  '•demise  of   the  crown
K. I'., of Winnipeg'merely  consists  of  lhe  transfer of  lhc
Canadian   regulations. | royal  authority fr «■ per       to
night   thai   ihe  populn-   another.   Thus,   un   firm  publishers ol
 iijjh for England was ! individuals  I
i"h    for ihem  hui
hi imi  have too    many
el  aside for emigration pur-
.   likin
the
tl
Calgary Exhibition
i
That did not imply thej thought Brit
uin decadent but Canada must necessarily become a greal power. They
were prepared lo ucepl settlers but
mily  the right  sort.
King's Funeral Expenses
txindon,   .Tune   3.—Kiag     Edward's
funeral, with ii< attendant expenses,
cosl si..-.iiii.iiiin. ui,:, I, expense will be
defrayed From the public purse. There
i- great ,i".\ al Wiiid-iir sine the new
l\iic_  and Queen let  ii   be known  that
their
hief residence.
'! . ■ \cre \ ield Competition ut the
Alberta Provincial Exhibition to be
held at Calgary June lilllli lo July
7th.  is  u  new   idea  for  an exhibition .
The following  prizes  are offered:
Winter  wheat   SH>0 SCiH S-'fi Sin si" 85
Spring  wheal     100    nil    i.'i    IS    I'O    .'i
Onl-.        100   .-."    'J."     In    10    fi
Burle.i         T-'i    I"    -'.".    1.1    10   ."■
Fln>    ii"   3.1   in    10     :,
The average amount  of grain grown
on   ui acre  iini-t  be shown,  and    will
lie  -udged  <i" pei ni  iHr  purity,    15
per ceil!   for quantity. ■"  per cent     fm'
;,< to1 ...      The     Exhibition    Company   .
- '   .;    thev  will  make Winosor Castle
probub.y  .HI  tn   I"" such exhibits  wi
originating  in Alberta    li  i- ttol  lil>.
lv  ihai  any   in  the province      has . u       i n n ■  i
seen   the qimntit.,   of grain gr  MOTai POSTEP   PHOtC^
an a.i'e iu a pile li\ itself, anil the
reader will realize whata great iut-er-
e..l will lie taken in a building where
in-obiibU .10 1., 1"'1 -.ell "\hlhii- will
In* nn  view   From al!  over theprovince.
So li-i.i.i-  nre taking a particular
interest in ihi- feature a- in the ise
of l.lny.lmin-ier Agricultural Society,
who  have  ulreadj  secured  -i*. exhibits
from  iheir district.   Ti liter features
of ll xhibitiou     promise to he    of
more than ordinate interest, and il.e
excellent uiii-i" mnl attractions, low
rates and .-pedal trains will undoubtedly   make  it."  attendance  the 1
yel.    I Ic entries "I  nu lie  l~ii,
.li.,".   I!UU.
.dividual
lhe print and issue a Bible or liturgy of
'ihe Church "!' England withoul having
duly obtained the sanction "i the
crown would he liable In all the pains
and penalties provided fnr ili" infraction nf tl pyrighl  laws.
King Cieorire hus nlso become endow
id wiih  ih,. monopoly  nf printing    all
ihe nets nf parliament,  proclamations, j
and orders nf '.'ouiicil—thai  is  in -uy, \
decrees  of  llle privy  council—and  this ;
right  he farm i  t,. a couple nf pub .
Ushers, who ure known a- the "King's i
printers.''
Canadian Loan
Cubic advices from London indicate
a renewal uf activity in the money
market, und underwritters who Inst
week, it is suid, found themselves left
wiih four.fifths ni ihe new Cunadiun
loan regard iheir burden lightly umi
as certain lo be lifted from their
I'in.'in.ali.      Ohio,  -lune '2.— "   Short    .shoulder-  now  that   lhe  public    i-     tin
skirts and tights must  go    from   the   longer pr 'cupied by  ihe royal obse-
billbonrds. We'll go further ihun ihut quies. The Canadian loan was one "i
—we will not prim anything that a live million pounds sterling, under-
reputable    newspaper    or       magazine   written  at  9!)  1-2.      While,  of course.
Fruit Lands Near Revelstoke
We have for sale 80 acres of cleared
fertile lands ready for cultivation and
planting, half a mile from town, to be
aivided into small blocks to suit purchasers
$250 and $1 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.
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Apply to
Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
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REVELSTOKE,   B. C.
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NOTICE
lake notice thnl   30 days after dnte
we intend   to apply     to tho Superin-
would  reject."    Thi-    declaration    has   ihe government  ha-  already    received   tendent of Provincial 1'olicc for n
newal   of  the   retail   liquor   lieonso  for
been mude here by Clnrence I'.. Huney, ihe cash  proceeds   nf  the loan,  snti
secretary    oi ihe International  foster Faction i- expressed  al   the indication jtnp (ilaoier House, Glacier, R. C., foi
Printers'    Association    of  the  United which the foregoing  advices aft. ,d pf |tbe hall vear from June 30j 1910-   to
States  nml Canada.   11" made it just tli.- confidence nf  the  underwriters in   December 31st   1010.
mini lhc readiness  of lh"  public to take up f   p   ^v   Cov.
cor
delegate
the  fourth
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firsl .-"--ion and several ni them
convention gathered yesterday in    il
robornted  Mr.   Runey's  statement
\   llu* main purpose of  the meeting.
public to take up
ihe issue -n -nnn a- the market -et
tie- down in normal  conditions.
First Class Company
The King's Coronation
Crown, Bond of Empire
Mav 3rd. 1010.
I...niliiii. June ■"•.   I.   i- stated    that
Kii.   George   would   be  pleas.-it    if  it
A   -mall    bui live   uidience   ;.  found feasible to Imi.I  the I".
witi I  il.e prod ■  thi     farce   'on  ,,ii   Empire  Day.     Being    k.-..nlv
...n rdi   "Mr-   Temp ■•' . ■  •  ■    thai   help-   i
the  Cringle Sto k Co.. at Opera
NOTICE.
.TO     WHOM     IT    MAY    CONCERN.
i    London, May 31.—  Lord    Rosebery, :
speaking today at     Linlithgow,    said     This is to certify that I lost a cow
that  ihe Uritish   Empire is united    in 'in-urod     with    the British    Americnn
all its worldwide parts by "in- bond, iLive Stock Association, Ltd., for $40
iwn.   Take  away the crown and   and    lhat    1  have this date received,
rapire itself fill-  to pieces    and   through W. B. Robertson, their local
Il.e
Hou-.-     mi    Wedt
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PRGVINCIAl EXHIBITION
CALGARY
June 3D to Jul) 7,1910
LARGE   PRIZE   LIST
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representative  at  Itevelstoke,    B.    C,
settlement in full.
Dated  at Revelstoke, B.C.,   this  10th
dav of Mav, 1910.
J. A. MORGAN.
BUY VANCOUVER REAL ESTATE
We offer full quarter acres Imperial
'ark, beantiful location, easy terms.
Write for particulars. Western Broker-
ge Co., 7120 Pender St., West, Vancouver, B. C. a.13-6.
Wanted to Buy
A   Small   Steam   Tng   Boat   in good
repair.   Apply, giving full particulars
a- in size, style of inucliinery, mice
expected, etc,, to MINDV LC.MHKi:
OO., THREE VALLEY, B.C.   m254t
$10 Reward
A reward of ?10 is offered lor such
information as will lend to the arrest
and conviction of thn person or persons who, on the mornim" ol April
23rd. and 28th, milked my hlndi cow-
in the stable.
l'i EANOR v TAPPING.
TENDERS
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\i ply   for   particulars   to
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NOTICE.
Take notice that thirty days aftor
date I intend to make application to
the superintendent of provincial police
for a renewal of Retail Liquor License
lor the Kootenay Hotel, Burton, B.C.,
for the half year ending December 31,
1910.
Bated May 1st., 1910.
STE1TIKN' PODB1ELANCIK.
NOTICE
Take notice that 30 days alter date
1 intend to apply to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for a renewal
oi the retail liquor license for the
Criterion Hotel at Cnmborne, B. C,
for the hnlf-ycar from June 30, 1910,
to December 31st,   1910.
Dated May 4th,  1910.
F. T. ABEY.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby eaven that 3n days
after date I intend to apply tn Jilu
Superintendent uf the Provincial Police-
for a renewal of the retail liquor license
for the Queen's Hotel. Comaplix, I!. C,
for the half year from June 30tli. 1910..
to Dec. 31st, 1910,
Dated May 4th, 1910.
May 4 lm j. ii   YOUNO:
NOTICE
Take notice that 30 days after data
I intend to apply to tho Superintendent of Provincial Police for a renewal
ol the retnil liquor licenso for the Eva
Hotel, Cnmborne, B. C, for tho half-
year from June 30, 1910, to Doceraber
31st,  1910.
Dated May '4th, 1910.
H. J. WARE.
NOTICE.
Take notice that thirty days aftor
ilulo I intend to apply to tho Superintendent of Provincial Polico for a renewal of Liquor Licenso for the St.
Leon Hold, St. Leon, B.C., for the
hull year frntii May 31st., to Decern-
l»r .'list., 1910.
M. flKADY.
NOTICE TO PUBLIC
The  polios  hi."    ...iired   the  services
nl n scavenger,   Any persons desirous
ol   having   their       chisels   or   cesspools
ll ii. 1.        1".nl.i  leave  word    nt     the
police station
ll. |[, PARRY,
Chief of Police
Mil Il'l',
Take  umi,"   thai  im intend lo make
application to ihe Superintendent   of
I'mwin ml Polico (or n renewal of our
retail liquor license for lho premises
known ai   the Maud  hotel,  Nakusp,
II. C.  lor iln   hall year from  dune 30,
  December 81st, 1010.
11 -iImc .V   M'Kitrick.
\1 iv   ilrd.    IIMII
NOTICE
BOtloe ilml Mn days afler dato
I i-i. i 1 to apply to (he Superintendent oi Provincial Polios for a renowal
nf ilu. retail liquor license for the I.nr-
dean lluiel, Comaplix, B. C, for tho
half-year Irom Juno 30 1910, to December 81lt, 1910.
Daled   Mny   Ilh,   1010,
II.  M. EVANS.
NOTICE.
Take notice that I intend to apply to.
the Superintendent of the Provincial
Police for a renewal of the retail liuuor
license for the Kootenay Hotel, Burton
City, B. C, for the half year from June
50th, 1910 to Dec. 31st, 1910.
Dated May 4th. 1910.
May 4 lm \vm. LOVATT.
NOTICE
Take notice that 3d days after 'date I
intend to apply to the Superintendent of
Provincial Police for a renewal of the
retail liquor license for the Halcyon Hot
Springs Hotel, Halcyon, B C, for the-
half year from June 30th, 1910, to Dec
.'1st, 1910.
Dated Mai- 4th, 1910.
May 41m. H. McIntosh.
NOTICE.
Take notice that 30 days after date I
intend to apply to the Superintendent
"f Provincial Police for a' renewal ol
the retail liquor licence for the Union
Hotel, Arrowhead, 11. C, for the half-
year from June 30th, 1910, to Dec. 31st
1910.
Dated May 4th, 1910.''
May 4 lm. \\\ J, LlOHTBDRNK.
NOTICK
Take notice thai I intend to apply to
the Superintendent of tbe Provincial
Police for a renewal of the retail liquor
license'for the City 1 Intel, Arrowhead,
II. C, for the half year from June 30th,
1910, lo Dec. 31st, 1910.
Dated May 7th, 1910.
may 7 lm JOHN CALEY.
NOTICE.
Take  notice that 30 days after   date
wc intend to apply to the Superintendent of the Provincial Police fora renewal
of the retail liquor license for the Lake-
view Hotel. Arrowhead, II. C-, lor tlie
half year from June 30th, 1910, to Dec.
31st, 1910.
Dated May 4th, 1910.
Mav4 lm. Chapman & Irwin.
NOTICE.
Thirty dnys after dnte of this advertisement wo intend to make applica-
ion to tho Superintendent of Provincial Polico, Victoria, for a renewal of
Hotail Li«rnor Licenso for the Grand
Intel, Nakusp, B.C., from July 1st to
December 31st., 1910.
DOUGAL k HAIGH. I
SATURDAY, JUNE  I. 1010.
THE MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Yn't> J
GET YOUR
PRINTING
AT HOME
We oMAIL-HERALD
has new type and printing machinery
Our stock tf printing papers is large and
well selected.
WE PRINT
Letterheads - Billheads - Cards
cJTVienus - Envelopes - Programs
Books and Booklets - Loose Leaf
cAccount Forms - Ball Programs
Wedding Stationery - Memoriam
Cards - Lumber Forms - Tags, Etc.
ADDRESS-
THE INTERIOR PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Agents for the famous
EMPIRE TYPEWRITER
$60.00 Cash
DON'T YOU MISS IT |
Bargains in Clothing, Shoes
and   Underwear   for a  few
Days Only
Having taken over the stock of the Mountain
Supply Co., will clear out the em in' lines of
Clothing, Shoes, Sox and Underwear at less than
cost.
50c. BUYS A DOLLARS WORTH
This   Sale   Only  Lasts To-
Day and  on   Monday
LEWIS MASSON
FIRST STREET
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British Investors
There arrived in lhe city thin
Irom lhe oasl :i parly o( Knglish
tourists, each possessed uf moderate
capital, who aro visiting Uritish Columbin "iih express purpose of locating in iiii- province. They aro boing
conducted ali.nn the country b.\ V. Vi.
l-ivir, editor ot the Colonizer, 18
KI Ion street,   Loudon,   England.
In organizing this party, which is
only one of several which he has
bcoughl and will bring to British Columbia, Mi. Freir's aim has been t,,
direct by proper methods the smaller
English cnpitnlist to the lands in the
Pncilic province, which are the best
suited to him. nud which ha considers
would be must prolitable to himself.
iNo pressure is brought to bear mi the
travellers to invest in any one locality
«niuu iln- borders of Uritish Columbia, lun all are shown to him under
ihe be-t auspices, anl ihe choice is
lelt  entire  lu  himself.
To dale the pally has („ken in Nelson, ViUiisp. lievelstoke, Sicamous,
Vernon, Sumuierland, Peulicton, Salmon Ann. and Kamloops, and all the
visitors are loud in iheir praises of
iho western provinces.
They have been more than favorable impressed with llle lands -ur-
Irounding this city, and il is nut al
nil improbable that some ol tho members vvill decide to settle in this
neighboi hood.
' The lour, of which this poinl practically marks the finish, started in
London on April 23, the first leg of
the journey bi-t/iLT (he crossing of the
Atlantic by the Allan liner Corinth -
inn- Montreal, Toronto and S'iagern
Falls were seen before the inombeai
left the east for their western desti.
nation.
Baseball Schedule
The following is the baseball schedule for the V.M.C.A. league foi this
season:
Tuesday "   7—Beavers v Intelineds.
Fridny " 10—Beavers v Corleys.
Tuesday "  14—Bus. Men v Intermed.
Friday "   17—Corleys v Inlernieds.
Tuesday "  21    Heavers v Hus. Men.
Friday "  24   Oorleye v Bus. .Men.
Tuesday "  2S   Beavers v Intermed8.
Friday July    1    Beavers v Corleys.
Tuesday
Fridny "
Tuesday "
Friday "
Tuesday "
Friday "
.Tuesday "
Friday "
Tues.  Aug.
Friday   "
Tuesday "
Bus. Men v Intermed.
S -Corleys v Interiiu-ds.
12 Heavers v Bus. Men.
15 Corleys v Bus. Men.
Ill Beavers v  Interineds.
22 Beavers v Oorlevs.
211 Bus. Men v Intermed,
211 Corleys v Interineds.
2 Heavers v Bus. Men.
.'. Corleys v  Bus. Men.
ii Heavers v Interineds,
All league players iniisl le members
of the V.M.C.A. No player can play
with more than one team. Captains
will please see timi lids Is enforced.
(■allies will be culled promptly nt 0:80
on scheduled nights, and 7 innings
will be played.
INTKIIUKIIIATK   SI llll'lll  I K
Wed. June I    Ptiblio sd I v J,B.C.
"   s   Public v High School.
" 16   High school v J.B.C
" 22    Public Sch,u.i v . I. ll.C.
" l".i Public v High School,
"     July ll High School v.l.B.C.
'• IU Public School v .I.B.l .
" 20 Public v High School.
•• 27 High School v .I.Ii.c.
••   Aug. :i Public School v .l.li.c.
•• IU Public v High School.
•• 17 Ulan Sel I v J.B.C.
.It'NIiill st iiKlnl.i:
Wed. .lune i  Chums v nunc.
"    K 	
" 16
I    Machinists Honor Visitor
It is uol very frequently that tlio
opportunity i- given the machinists ni
Revelstoke lo show iheir genero is
hospiiality, so when iheir Interi il n<
nl Vice-President, Rro. Rob n, lid a
v i-il   l lie othei   .'..ti...-      boll . I
follows llle professii • of "nut-splitting" fell -ailed upon In i. -p..' ', to
show our distinguished visitor, that
even being surrounded b.v colossal
snow peaked mountains fails io lill
u- w iih in atom of insitrnifii
when it comes to extending lhc hand
of  good-fellowship  and   cordiality.
Selkij-k hall was chosen a- the place
where ihi- historical "stum" wis to
bo pulled off, and those who had the
making of arrangements wero noted
to know their business. \ table vaa
sel which fairly groaned with _...sl
things. Classes were plentiful, being
there iii large numbers, anl a hint
wa- dropped lhat  the committee      ol
affairs   had   made  a   di i   pipe       line
wiih  ilie brewery.
When all vvcr :,t,.| .oil Rro. President Parker had male lhe opening
speech, which was significant by in
brevity, Professor Wimbridge was ailed lo llle piano, and while li- m i'.-I
lull the notes ,,i triumph, all rose to
their feet in pay re.pel to our visitor by    singing,  "He's  ;1  .lull)     ti  od
Fellow."
llro.  Relvin  ree| li I  in   v lew   well
chosen words, after which the unpatriotic Irishman was called upon for a
soiiLr. which he rendered very .v-ll,
considering the had accident which
happened to Ilim earlier in liie evening when Ic fell off the water wagon
and  gol   run  over by  il.
Many  toasts were prop I    and   til
too willingly drank. Many compliments were passed and repassed, but
the honor of the evening was Rro.
Keeiinn vvh«, was "rushing the an**
and filling lhe bill like an old tinier.
j When Hit), .lack-on's turn ■ auic ho
vvas there "many ways" for the ob-
webs had already been thoroughly
washed from his throat, and Id- rendering of ihat old timer "seven up"
was well dune and w.-ll received.
N'cxl there vvas a song from one of
our enstern I lys, who don,. i» -,, well
he  wa-  immediately      pronounced    a
"l' I  one"   and   Rro.   I\emp-i. r       ■.-
marked liiat all lhe wise men came
froinihe east, whi.h eveivu.lv admitted wa- right, anl added that the
wiser thev were (he quicker they
came.
As the -n, ill hoiu drew on the
humor languished ei •. b< "ly i .t-sl
lhal to,, mu. I. of ,, good thing w ,-■ n,
Kiillieieni v.  -o .,1:  arose ■   tbe
strains of "Auld Iui' Syne." A- lhe
' hoard  wan  left  behind    P.ro.
tt iuihi i.l.'e     banted   ,,n   ,,! I    \ .  ■ ,,
idy, an ... _.
chorus:
tC.nl   you ...       ha k,
Wonl :   aie I' ■■ k,
Scratcl   i    '..     ... i'   digo.
I here 'he c ,   I
In iIc land that I lovi
time,
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I'    i    ild   bo; ■    I   know.
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■I illMnv I   i \       Ihi     .it
1   ,ii c!i ...     umed
inpnn; i I .■■•,.. Wed-
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21)
' .lini'  II , the Ami
,'-!.   ha    won
week  offered by  the   Sew   V"i> fl      i.
when   he   made nero-
'l v.
Uo rovered
in two hou ■  ;
i
miles  an ii
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After twenty-one '.eat- ol 'ivi., as
teacher and principal of the Kamloops
publi' school, Im S. Wood has retired
from school work.
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lie. TIIE MAIL HERALD REVELSTOKE, B C
SATURDAY, JUNK  I,  LD10. ,
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Hot Weather Garments
Ladies' Summer Knit Vests
Ai Ion., '-'.'ic. Sue. and 7."c each.     Undoubtedly
Hn-c vasts are the best   value ever  presented
at these respective prices.
Anderson Scotch Gingham
and Zephyrs, absolutely fast colors, 25c, M)c.
and 85c.    Selling at 20c.
Princess Dresses
Beautifully   cool   and crnifnrtnhle for  warn)
weather.    I'icii v di esses in line Mulls. Lawns,
Scotch Gingham
Plain, checks and Stripe..    Selling now at 12J.C.
We want you to see this line.
and Muslins      Prices    $5, $0 and $S.
Small Sun- in Linen    Repps.    Indian   Head
Pi-let s tanging I'liun S> up.
Delainettes
Beautiful Soft finish   a large range of patterns,
Bargains ih Our Wash Goods
Values thai every woman who rends will wanl
.11 inches wide.    Regular 20c.    Now J5c.
Millinefv
White Crossbar Muslin
27 Inches wide, at 15c,  very pretty materials,
New   Goods   to   hand at   Special    Sale
Prices.    Now is your opportunity to buy your
Summer Hat at a reduction      Call in and see
English Prints
The best made, warranted fast colors, at I2Jc.
our display, it is worth yourwhile.
at Sale Prices
REID <& YOUNG
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Fun and Fax at the Edison
Theatre June 8th
Don't forgot the ten thin.'- to eat
al St. Johns church, Thursday, June
9th.
Be sure to attend and try to be the
tenth one at St. Johns church, Thurs-
daj ■ June 9th.
A feu chamber applications made
H| the substance of the sitting of the
r mty Court by Judge Forin on
Weduesdny evening.
The city council havi tccepted the
insurance on ihe power house and
plant from the Board ' iinpnntes at a
flat rate of 32.25, the insurance to
aland as placed
Citj   \ or C. 51    I ield has near.
Ij completed the new .".--'--ment roll
(,, city property, vv i.i h i- to be in
the hand- of the cit) ■ ouncil b) June
10th, -ii that the tax r ite tor tho
year can be struck. ,he assessment
value      -Imw - - ible   inerea ■•■■
over 1 i-t  >,. ,i
Fun and Fax at the Edison
Theatre June 8th.
Low nr i   h ipmao     | i    iably      the
smallest   mai !
home in   Vllendale.    \ 'coti i,  ibis
Wel,.      lie    I - IHS
i two feet nine  .
be    eighed thirt;   |
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Theatre June 8>h
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PURITY  FLOUR
To those who have not yet given Purity Flour a trial we
would suggest you doing so if you wish to procure the best
as we absolutely guarantee every sack. Your money refunded if not just what we represent it to be.
TEA  AND  COFFEE
We have a full stock of the leading lines in Teas and
Coffees and can offer you the best values on the market,
ranging in price from $1 per lb. to 3 lbs. for $1 as a special.
A. HOBSON. BAKER & GROCER
SOCIAL IND PERSONAL
[{. V II.iv le, nt Vancouver, is visit-
iiiji in the city.
Mrs. V. I'.. Sine lefl ou Thursday on
a visit  in Minneapolis.
A. P. I.nnlcll has entered on his
duties as city for an.
S. II. Bowman, the well known lumberman, was  in  the city  this week.
Mrs. Jb\ Vi. I,ning will not receive on
|Wednesday,  uoi   again  litis .season.
| Mrs. I). M. line will not receive on
Wednesday nor again during the summer.
I  Dr. T. Mel'h.r-..ii  i-  acting  as  locum
herons for  Dr.  Hamilton during      ''is
absence.
Mr. 11, liossei and his bride returned
from   their  hotieynii ou   it      Kamloops
on Thursday.
Mrs. .1. 15. Taylor will receive on
Wednesday the Sth and every second
Wednesday after.
• I. McMariin has returned to Vernon
again to take charge of the customs
house on  relief duty.
Miss Crump of Minneapolis, has ar.
rived In the city and has accepted u
position a- stenographer iii iln- Uow.
man Lumber Company office.
J Professor C. B. Sissons of the Toron
io I niversity, formerly principal ol
the local high school, is renewing acquaintances in the city.
Arthur ( alcy left at the beginning
of the week tor Vancouver, where he
has accepted a position iu the law
ollice  of   Messrs.   dunes and liiaiit.
Fred Forest, lire warden at Albert
Canyon,  va- in the citv "ti Wednesday
After Supper Sale
awl
■■!   eeveral  bush   fires
Your Insurance
Is  one. of   the   most   important   items
in your business
LET Kootenay Agencies, Ltd,
Look after this branch of your business
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, LTD.
Successors to Kincaid 4 Anderson
Dlccillewaet' though not of any great
extent.
At  a  verj     aiccessful  banquet      on
[Thursday night at the Itevelstoke
Mes-, |p Hamilton was presented
vvith a handsi mc Limoges dinner set
ou ihe occasion of his wedding.
I The |;,m . w. p. l'i,, I, ;I, i- resigning
the pastorate of the    Baptist    church
jihis month, owing to Mrs. Freeman's
health. Jlr. and Mr-. . reeman will
spend  the summer months on  ihe Ok-
janugan lakes.
The marriage arr iged and will
take pla.e ,,n M iday, dune 6th lie-
twecii Kmilj Mnckie, younge»l daughter of John Mackie "(retired silk merchant i li.iin uirgh, Scotland, mnl .1.
I'. Xewbics ng> ot the l.awren - Hard
ware i ompauj.
Try   His. .1.  Ueighley's  ic cream.
Mor.,,       i,,   loan   on   real   estate,    II.
N.  Coiir-i.r.
'  Fun and   Fax   at  the   Edison
Theatre June 8*h
'Mine   to
'
j  m.   in  his
1 ti g-Liu
•
■   :
\l  ivenzie
'I     I.. II.
line
Fun   anil   Fax   at   the ErJuon
THE  GREATEST  COMPANY OF
ARTISTS THAT  EVER  TOURED
THE  WEST
EDISON THEATRE
One Night Only
Wednesday, June Sth
Jimmy Fax
An-.' .a   all-st ir Company
JIMMY FAX   ia   conaid-
ered    nr  greatest living
comedian on the
can Continent
i 'I So;,Is will   '.rn  up
Macdonald's i irtifl
Sto     Sal rdaj   June iiii
Hi' /ed Seats, $1.00
ission, /ac. Children, 50c.
No. 22
We have gathered some extra pood v
Sale to-night. Everything we offer at these sales
is priced away below regular prices. They are not
nilils and ends, nor out of season articles, but good;
fresh stock, and just the goods you require at this
season.    Look at these offerings for to-night :
Children's Lace Hose
Black   or   White.     All sizes from  ,r>  to S.     Only
35 Cents a Pair
Ladies' Fine Lisle Hose
Lace or plain. White, Black, Tan, Sky, Pink and
Cardinal.   Sizes 8} to 10.
Three Pairs for $l.O0
Tinted Cushion Tops
You will need these now for Hammocks and Verandah use. They come in a large variety of designs,
different colored grounds and make cheap, pretty
Cushion Covers.
After Supper Sale Price 25c.
Lunch Cloths
About two dozen pretty Damask Lunch Cloths.
Sizes 30x30 and 36x36. Some are prettily hemstitched. They sold from 75c. to $100. After Supper Sale-HALF PRICE.
Odd Sizes in Shoes
About 50 pairs "Empress" Shoes, Oxfords antl Bals.
in Tan, Black and Patent. Regular prices stamped
on the shoe-$3.00, $3.50 and $4.00. After Supper
Sale Price-$2.00 A PAIR.
Our Dollar Shoes
A lot of good Shoes, but only a few sizes. We want
to dear them out.   After Supper Sale Price— $1.00
mz&
^mum.
F^O« G    O   O   O        GOODS.
WHEN  YOU WANT
Good Bread
- nnil you should insist upon Retting tin- beat at all
times—set oun. Our reputation for good bread ta not
the result of ohance, Our ouatomen are autiatlt-d thai
ours is the most, satisfactory bread they can buy.
Try it ami you will become a regular customer. Our
Groceries are also in keeping with our bread,
G. W. Bell
P. O. Box 208
GROCER & BAKER
Phone No. 23
The EuStman
sizes ^ Kodaks
Bews' Drug Store
', i    K
'
I ■     '.'- io I
E. F. TUCKER. PHOTOGRAPHER
I'n"'            ' i'
otlal Pn| i ' .it o
Post  I .       , ,
I 'he
1 .
McKenzie Ave   Ground Floor Revelstoke, B. C.
Ladies' Summer Underskirts
Sec Hns shipment before making your Summer
nileraltirl purchases.    Lengths, .vs.  in ami 4J.
Black Sateen, Moirette, English Silk
Gloria Taffeta
Mrs.  A.  G.  Crick
TWO hooks EAST OF EDISON THEATRE
A Remedy fop the High Cost of Living
i more Covernment inspected Roast antl
Corned Beef, Cold Lunch Tongue, etc.. in tins.
Special In Sockeye Salmon—2 tins for 25c.
i Irdi t ■ Promptly Delivered-.
McIntyre   &     on

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