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Array "Empire" Typewriter
For ease of operation and
perfect ion in results ii is
unsurpassed.    Trice $(!0.
1 interior Publishing Co., Agts.j
The £!r
Visiting Cards
A SPECIALTY
Interior Publishing Company
PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS
Vol 16   No. 64:
REVELSTOKE. B. C. AUGUST 17. 1910
$2.50 Per Year
What Can 25 Cents Buy?
Well Here Are a Few Things
That We Are Selling
For That Price
A Safety Razor, Shaving Cream,
Shaving Brush, Nail Hammer, Plane,
Screw Driver, Hatchet, Pocket Knives
Butcher Knives, Bread Knives, Preserve Kettles, Enamelled Saucepans, Pudding Pans, Wash Basins,
Trays, Sink Strainers, Cash Boxes,
Lunch Boxes, Spirit Stoves and Kettle, Wire Dish Covers, Mirrors,
Fancy Vases, Nut Cracks, Knife
Sharpeners, a great variety of Padlocks.
Something You Need
Every Day
See Our  Big Window
for BIG BARGAINS
Lawrence Hardware Co., Ltd.
Plumbing and Tinsmithing
S3BSS-H
Head Office
Capital Authorized
Capital Subscribed
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
Now Is The Time
When you appreciate being able to buy
MEAT, BUTTER EGGS AND FISH
where you know they are kept cool and
at the right temperature. Our meats are
shipped in twice a week in Refrigerator
Cars and our Cold Storage Plant enables
us to turn them over in Prime Condition.
P.    BURNS   &   Co.
INVEST A DOLLAR AND GET 2 DOLLARS WORTH
Imperial Bank of Canada
-Toronto, Ontario.
$10,000,000.00
5.575,000.00
-      5,330,000.00
5,530,000.00
Branches or Agents at nil principal points in'Cnnadn.
Agents in Groat Britain and United States—London, England,
Lloyds Bank, Limited. Chicago—First National Bank, Corn Exchange National Bank. Seattle—Seattle National Bank, San Francisco—Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank. Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits  of  $1 an.l upward,  received, and  interest allowed at
•enl rate from date of deposit.    Correspondence solicited.
Reyelstoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
warns*
LlMITKD.
Summer Goods
AT COST
Mus.  A. G. Chick
TWO DOORS EAST OF EDI80N THEATRE
SIR WILFRID WELCOMED
Enthusiastic Gathering to Greet
Premier and Party
Itevelstoke turned out en nmeno to
g-cet Sir Wilfrid Laurier and party in
Monday evening lust. Uufortunately
the lime of arrival ol the special train
conveying the party was changed, the
train arriving one hour earlier than
previously advertised. Notification
ot the change was received late ln tie
afternoon and the oommittee dd
everything possible to a quaint the
people of the fuel.
The decorations were neat and
artist io, tbe opera house looking especially nice. The arch at lhe end ol
McKenzie Avenue bearing on one side
the mo.to, "Welcome In Our City,"
ami on the reverse side the words
" Come Again," aud illuminated hy
electric lights, wns highly commented
on hy members ol the party.
The special train arrivul sharp on
time, 17:65, and Sir Wilfrid and parly
eeoorted by Mayor Hum hon and the
ui mhirs ol the reception committee
were driven direct to the opera house
where u large crowd bad aseembhd to
gr-eet the Right Honorable Premier,
O.i entering the hall Sir Wilfrid wnt
greeted with hearty cheers, which con-
'inurd un'il the party bad taken their
places on tbe platform. Accompany.
ing the Premier were Hon. Ueo. P.
Graham, Minister of Railways; E M
Macdonald, M. P., of Pictou, N 8,; F-
F. Pardee, Sinicoe, Out.; Senatoi
Gibson, of Hamilton; Hon. Senatoi
Templeman, of Victoria; Senator
BoHiock, ol Vale-Kootenay; Ralph
Smith, M.P , ol Nanaimo. Seated on
the platform with these hon. gentle
men were the members ol the reception committee and a number ol
prominent Liberals.
Mayor Hamilton ocoupied the cbaii
and without any delay opened tbi
meeting hy reading ihe following
.iililresB of welcome which he presentee
;o Sir Wilfrid:
To the Right,Honorable Sir Wilfrid
Laurier,  P.  0,, 0.  C. M  I)., K 0
1). 0. L. (Oxon),   President   of   tin
King's   Privy   Council   for Canada
First Minister of Canada, Premier.
Right Honorable Sir—On behalf o
ihe citizens i f Revelstoke and dittrict
regardle*--s   ol   party,   ive   take  grea
pleasure   in   welooming   you   to thi
province of British Oc'unlii.aid i,
expressing   our   appreciation   of   t!i
gratification we ft el at tbeopporlunitj
you bave afforded us ol again meetini
you   p'rsonaily.    We   eay   ugain.be
ctuse  we   have a teen pleasure in re
iu. tillering that in 18114 you were wil)
ui »s lender of Her Majesty's  (Quce
Victoiii-) loyal opposition, and we als,
rimember with pleasure your presenc
here in Revelstoke when you Bupporte
Her Excellency, Lid, Minto, iu layinj
the comer stone of our I cal  hosnita ,
ou  the  occasion  ol lhc then Duke o
York's (now His Most Gracious   Maj-
.Btj   King G o;ge tbe Fifth) memorable   visit throughout   Canada.    Yoi
are a» welcome   now   as   then, for, a
before   said,  we nil take pride iu youi
statesmanlike   words   and   acts, you
patriotism   for   Canada   andEmpin,
and we note with rational cntliusi.isi,
that yi ur words are as much a matti
of interest in London—tbe   Empire'i
heart— as   Ihey   are   to  us in rini.it'
Revelstoke.    There as   here, ui-tun
west, you are regarded   as   not   onl)
first minister and ollicial voice of Cat
ad i, but as ber ideal tirtst  citizen  am'
champion  ol ber aspirations; and a
loyal  Canadians,   and   loyal   Britisl
aul'j'.'Cts, we wish io assure you ol our
faith   in   your efforts to promote tbi
nationality ol our country  and  main
tiinet.ee of the Empire under the fro
Bag i f which we enj iy the heritage w
pos-jes? in peace and security.
ln bidding you welcome, we lib*
wish to includ.' your cabinet colleigui
II *n. Mr. Graham, and the genilemei
a Mn'iited with you in this tour am1
visit. We are glad to have them ben*
and we cordially invite them to conn
a^ain and ace at cbeer and longer ae
i|Uaiulance the beauties and wonder
ot tbe mountains ar .und,which shelti i
anil encoiu[*a93 us wiih wealth ol uut
ura! n sources.
If not amiss to speak litre of thing!
loca' yet, perhaps, national in appli
cation, we would like, sir, to drav
your attention for a moment to tl i
great Columbia river upon which, m
itB crossing by the Canadian Pacific
railway, this city is situated. Il is at
oucc our greatest friend and enemy
Without the timely aid, sir, of youi
government, Revelstoke would no!
in m hi on tbe di ip of i anada, but aid
from your ministers at various times
chicked its i noim us erosions, and we
now regard it calmly. This great
river, sea  fund  at Portland, Oregon,
is navigable, with minor obstruoti ns
to within easy starting distance of the
great new transcontinental rail nml ul
tbe iii md Trunk Paoilia and alVords,
with ils feeder of Cunoo river, the
shortest and easiest means of travel to
and Irom the zone oi lhat new road.
Looal enterprise is zealously code ivor-
ing to open that route lo trallio and
wc have the cheerful htfpe of assistance from your government, through
Hon. Dr. Pugsley, minister of public
works, in your cabinet Wc mention
the subject to you, sir, with the hope
that you will give jour minister ol
public works nquest for its very earnest corsideration, and we look with
hope for an appropriation in next estimates that will put the 0. I'. Y. and
G. T. P. zones in close and safe touch
by tbis splendid river route. Thin pro-
ect, wc should ad I, lias received approval of the provincial government,
and iii tbe i Ilort ti) realize it, we are
speaking witli knowledge, iu promising tlio cordial co-i peration of Hon.
Mr. MoBllde, provincial premier.
Still ono thing more, sir, and that
one purely local, if we have not taxed
in this youi pa'ience too much, We
need here an appropriate Dominion
government building. Tlie present
vole, $10,000, is small, much too small
and regardless uf party, speaking only
as Canadians, as citizens, we hope the
vote will be such lor tbe purpose
to require dignity and respect from the
proposed provincial government building which it is promised on the word
of the provincial minister of public
works shall cost about .$100,000, and
be begun next year.
Again   assuring   you,   sir,   of   om
heartiest   wishes   lor your health und
happiness and hope that you may long
be spared to lill tbe   pcs.ti.n   you   to
ably   adorn,   and   for long be to us is
now, lirst citizen as well as lirsl minis
ter, we beg to remain, sir, on lilnlf ol
Kevclstuke's citizens, yours failblully
Committee.
On ri-ing to reply Sir Wilfrid  was
greeted   with   loud    and    prolonged
cheers.    He snid in psrl,   Mr.  Mayor.
ladies and gentlemen, lellow citizens
I Revelstoke,  in my own   and  my
friends' behalf, 1 beg to most heartil)
CuiUiuuotl ou I'age tl.
Good Crop After All
Winkii'BO, Aug. 10—Harvesting i*
very general through Manitoba ant
Saskatchewan. One surprising featun
revealed by reports of threshing operations is that the yield is invariably
heavier than was expected. Even ii
those sections where the wheat oroj
was declared a failure tbe yield aver
ages ten bushels to the acre!
Funeral of Late Cond. Jones
The fn in ril of the lato ConduCtOI
.loins took place on Sunday afternoon
last under tbe direction ol Kootenaj
Loilge, No. 15, A.F. it A.M., a large
number of friends attending, testifying
to tbe respect in which the decciseil
was held. Tbe pall beanrswer. : .1
Guy Ilaiber, A. Annan, F. Cormier
P. Henderson, T. Corley and Join,
MoDougal. The funeral services wen
very iinpres'Bivc, both the Knglish
Church and Masonic burial services
luing read, Rev. C. A. Proounier officiating. According to Masonic liti s
ihe apron of deceased was buriid with
the remains, Thecolfln was covered
.vitb a number of beautiful wreaths
from ftieiids anil relatives, also Irom
Mountain Lodge, No. 11. A.F. A. A.M ,
Golden,of which deceased was a member; from the H. ot R. T., and from
Kootenay L idge, N ,. 16, A P. & A.M ,
Revelstoke.
Cricket.
The Ruvolstoko cricketers who are
touring the Okanagan Vallo/ this
week are holding their own according
ti reports received i p to date. Iiii
Monday Ihey met and defeated Arni-
ttrong by a score nf KH to 20 Tnesdllj
ibey played a vory ob se und exoitlng
g'line with Vernon, which resulted n
a win lor that cily by lbe. narrow mar
win cf one run. rfcorj - Vernon Mo,
Revelstoke 81. I duy they go down
tbe hike to Kolowna, wlor liny pb-y
ihe home team tomorrow, . nd tin
Okanagan Sports club on Friday, re
turning bonn on Saturday.
The Fall Fair
Arrangements lor Revolstoke'l third
annual Fall Fair are now well in band
nnd everything points to a most sue
cesslul exhibition this year. The
committees in charge of tbe various
departments are confident that the
exhibits this year will be larger ami of
a better class than in previous years.
jA first class race program has linn
arranged and a  good string ol horses
from the const and other points will
be here for Ihe meet, Tbc prise lists
with entry tonus, etc., will lie ready
(or distribution luis week, and mn be
had on application tu thc secretary,
C M. Field, ou Saturday.
. C. FRUIT III WINNIPEG
People of East Will Be Shown How
Good Peaches and Apples Are.
liritish Columbia's line Iruit which
hns been too little known heretofore
to be properly appreciated in tbo  KiiBt
will, beginning this fall, be exhibited
annually in Winnipeg through the efforts ol tho Okanagan Fruit Union
and the Canadian Paolfia Railway.
Arrangements have been completed
according to udvico from Mr. \V. R.
Linigun of tho C. P. R. to have the T,
Baton Company give its fourteen large
show windows on Portage avenue, tbe
principal business street nf Winnipeg
f ir two d iys in September for a di -
p'ay of a car of the finest peuchc-
grown in the Okanugnii Fruit Union,
and again about, the lirst ol Novembi r
tor un exhibition of Br I. isl) Columbia
apples,
Tnis year the ix'ib't will be con-
lined to lbe Okanagan country, but
next fall a larger and better exhibit
will be held which will include tl e
traits from other parts of this province
also,
Brussels Exhibition Destroyed
BRUSSELS, Aug. I.'i. Twenty million dollars loss to buildings, etc,
priceless art treasures destroyed and
forty persons injured is the result of o
lire which started from crossed wires
in tbe telegraph building at the international exhibition grounds here late
lasl night. It is a marvel that scores
were not killed for the avenues and
buildings were packed with people.
The [lames Bpread to the lath and
stucco buildings of I'Yarce and Great
Britain in a few minutes und fauned
by a gale which was blowing, jumped
over the paths and burned twenty
la gn pavilions and o her structures
before brought under control.
The big arena where the kirmese
wis just milling caught as the crowd
was leaving. A panic followed, but
troops which bail been called when the
lire started, soon restored order.
The ashes were not even cool whin
looters commenced their work. One
diamond collection worth $tiUU,0()U was
stolen. A cordon of police and soldiers is drawn around the ruins now.
Officials are conferring as to tho advisability of closing the fair.
Florence Nightingale Dead.
London, Aug. 15.—Florence Night
iugale, tbe famous nurse of the Cri-
nean war, and the only woman whi
ever received the Order of Meiit, diet'
on Saturday afternoon at her London
home, aged ill) years.
Florence Nightingale wis born in
Florence, Italy, in 1820. She went
through a course ol training at tin
Protestant D.iaoonesa' institute and
subBnpicntly studied French methods
in Paris. When the repoit < f tie
Bufferings 11 the troops in the Orirm a
reached England, sho sailed with a
bind ol trained nurses ior Scutara,
where she toiled until the British
troops left the town in July, 1860,
Her nightly rounds of the winds, so
eagerly awaited by the s ildil r . won
h'it lbe title of "The Lady with tbe
Limp" She was the lirst won.an to
h decorated with the Order if Merit
ami to be given the freedom of th i cily
of London.
Thirty-nine lives Lost
GI MULT AH, Aug- 10. The Spanish
steamer Martos foundered Ibis morning oil' Tarila, at. the entrance to the
Straits of Gibraltar, after a collision
with the steamer Kl.-u.
Thirty-nine persons wore drowned,
of Whom thirty-tWO   Were   passengers.
Tin* survivois were landed here.
A dense log prevailed al llie time ol
the collision.
Excursion Train Wrecked
Rouhn, Prance, Aug. It),—An cm
ciirsion train from Bordeaux wiib
1,21 I passengers, crashed Intoafrolghl
to day. Thirty-tWO passengers ivcie
kills I and one hundred injured.
Reduce Prices to Dealers.    .
Vancouver, Aug. 1!).—Mill men par
ticipatlng    In   Iho   lumb r    retailers   |
meeting  in   tbe  northwest have returned.   They state it has agreed on s
red notion in price ol $2 per thousand
to wholesale dealers   on   tho  prairie.
Northwest dealers said the crop ol tbe
district would  be in tho neighborhood
of  00,000,000 bushels, but farmers ex
peeled to decrease the  cost  live  cents
a bushel on handling anil get 1*0 cents
more   thus   netting   them more than
lust season.
Fishing
Tackle
Summer  days awaken
enthusiasm  in  the  Fisherman.     If  in  looking over
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^       your fishing equipment you
'* find the need of new arti
cles  you   Bhould hear us in  mind  for we carry   a   very
complete assortment.
// '■■•■
Hunters' and Campers' Supplies, Tents
Pack Straps, Camp Stoves, Axes, Hunting
Knives, Compasses, Rifles, Shotguns, Am-
munition, etc.
SHERWIN-WILLIAMS' PAINTS
Bourne Bros.
GROCERS    HARDWARE DEALERS    PLUMBERS •
l J
Boys' School Clothes Ready
Hundreds of mothers And their new clothes
for their b>ys one of tbo first necessities for
School opening, so we are offering a snap in
Boys'Suits for tbe next week. Good values for So, 8ti and S7.    Now $3.P0.
Boys' Stockings
We shall offer for the next week several
dozen pair of tine, serviceable stockings for
except 10111111}- low prices — 35c. and 40c.
Now 26c.
Boys' School Shoes
Wo have just opened up a nice assortment of
Hoys' School Hoots anil have some extra
good values from $2 to $3.50,
McRae Mercantile Co.
Limited
CHOICE MEAT
Is always to be found at this
market. We have a splendid
variety at all times.
We sell the choicest cuts of Lamb
Beef, Mutton, Veal and Pork.
Lovers of Fine Poultry will appreciate the sort we sell.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
Under New Management
HALCYON HOT SPRINGS SANITARIUM
Win. Boyd, Proprietor
The    Greatest    Health    Resort    on    the    Continent
Natural Hot Water in Baths
0l 'ti All  the   Vear.    Natural  Hot   Water
121 Degrees of Heat
Rales from $12.00 to $15.00 Pep Week
Ice Cream«" Soft Drinks
All Kinds Furnished during
the Summer Season
Cowie's Restaurant
Toilet  water,   Florida   waters, and  M
perfumes at Macdonald's drug more.      fc, „
OPEN   TILL   MIDNIGHT
■■UMB ?age 2
THK MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE IV (
WEDNE  DAY, AUG. 17, 1910
Zb fl&all-lbcvalb
1 I  BIO WEDNESDAY  AM'
sAlf lll'l V   A I
REVELSTOKE.  B.   C.
5ntertor publlsbtno Company,
Limited
Subscription   Rates
Iucluliiiil i«j-'..^ |] 1 :...*.   M..W-*
. .     ■    o..,.'. ,.
....1J.50
... l.SO
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coal
By tiio rear llhrough postoflli 11
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Quarter
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ADVEUTIS1NO    HATES.
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M.-.v- .o:,.... - '- L- line, in..)*...* out
u.m...    Slon     .*;    general   m. .*.*  *    in
uoouoetneuu   j. •    . .   per mouth.
1'. ■ tm red i uni,    tid-
di-.HLil.   Hlrths,   Moi..^**M   and  Deaths,
fiOc     -  .* I.    ... nil.
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writer. n< - ■■> iu  publloaUoo, but
u evldenoe ot good huth.   Uorreipondenoi
eliould bo bro*:.
.lieiii! Mines in tho  price  of ct
customers wishing coal delivered
il  at tlie sumo price as
Owing 'n increase hv Ion,
coniiiicni ing September I -t, ul
during Un* month oi August will receive ^^^^^^^
heretofore.     Prices  after September 1-t ami until further notice
are us follows:
Broken   furnace
Egg Coal
Stove Coal
Nut Coal
Briquettes
$10.25
$10 25
$10.25
$ 9.00
$ 3.25
( RUTIFICATE  OF   REOIrtTRATION
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t* panics  Acl,  ( am iln    I'roi inci   ol
Id,    with    power to i
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mi ii to do hu ilm ■*, In m.v ; *, i ,l c
tion, u.i i lie Hoard nl D * or * may
'li'i'in to bo to tho advantage   of the
REVELSTOKE GENERAL AGENCIES, Ltd.
Kl Al.   ESTATE,   IHI',   KIKE   ANU   ACCIDENT   INSURANCE
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AKVKV, McOARTEK
ANU PINlCHAM
BAKRisrn.^, BouorroRa, btc.
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Money '.o loan.
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TlLUAM I. BRIGOH
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Solicitor, etc.
Bai    tor for:—
The Canadian Hank ob Commerce,
The MoL8Qsa Bank, Etc.
FIRST ST.,   -   REVELSTOKE, 13,0,
, ,OBERT SMITH
Provincial Land Surveyor,
Min ng Sin veyoi
Engineei ing
Mc Kknzib Avkni i,
Box 106, Rkvklbtokb
c* w. o  w.
looked   for   i'i   a i* iv dn; *.    Willi
the --ite question  settled  it i   Lo b
hoped there  nill be  tm further delay and the|work   "I   const ruction
proceeded   with a« spi edily as pos-
A PRISOM  REFORM SCHEM
Tlio attention of till provincial
governments should be din cted
in thi' experiment nl' Hon W .1.
Hanna, provincial secretary nl'
Ontario, in the establishment nf
a provincial prison farm at Guelph
three years ago Mr, Hanna outlined a scheme of prison reform,
which would iln away wiih the
confinement and degradation of a
barred prison, and substitute
something which would appt al tn
trained
hi
liritlBli  Columbia,
No.   111.   I.'i".
1    iiKiii-aiV    n.i.i thai   thc
"Empire  i. imhei   Co     uu       an   i*---
tra Provincial    Compans,  has      this
,|;,y    lll'lll       leglatl li *l       I * :i        **
umlor ilio "I'oiioi.o * to '* u i'5
out rn  otloct all or    anj  ol  tho oh
iei ts ol  iln' Company  to  which   tin
I,* Islativo  authoritj         *        '
turo oi British Columb
,, ,* iicail office oi ii** C im I
I • at Huron, in tl c ( ounty of
Beadle, in llie State ol South
Dakota.
Tho lu'iol office of  iln* C  anj   I i
this i'i*,o iiioi- is s:f inl al Rovi I
stoko, anil Goorgo Smil McCarti r,
I',on  tor at law.   whose     ihli'i is
lievelstoke, aforesaid,  Is tli    attorn
oji for Uu* Company,
Tho amount "i  tho ci . ital of   t'n
Oi iniianj     o*    i Ivo      ilollars,
aivlilod    iut"    Kitty  ili *   ianJ i h iri
,,i une hundred dollars each.        Tlu
ration.
Iw
liiil   thoy   aro   bein
self  restraint,   and  are    being tlmo „t the existence   of   the rom
raised from the hopelessness of panj c* twonty-flva youi   trom    tii
ihr  criminal   In tho hopefulness wth .lay of May, a. p., uuu.
nf iho man who has l"."ii treated
wiih kindness, and who is going
soon tn ho given another chance.
It would In- a good   thing if in
Cerliflcato ni' Improvements
NOTICE
Surprise, Welch nml Adeline (fi'ac-
i mul) liiiioial i Inini, situate lu tho
, I'OUl   I.i       11 ill   Ilil i ,ioll   ol    West
inii onuy District,
Where lor mil: On Surpilse Oreek,
\'oi i Ii Cm I, of Lard(i river
T UvE NOTICE tlm I, 0. 11. X.
iVilkii , a. lio.; us agent lot William
\. loH'ic, l-'i i- Miner's Cerliflcato
N'ltinhet 11 11148(1 ami David Mm ono.
;■'. M.I ., Number B llllllli), Intend,   ixl j
lay- l'i nm il.uo l if, io upplv to ilu*
linii  •  ll.ooiiloi* for n Ci 11 ilio.il o ol
upl'iil oun iil s,    I'm*    I lio    (*iu pose   ol
ai un.in*; ii Cro«ii Grant oi the ubi ■*•
-! villi.
And I'm ther take nol ice Unit action,
unlet' Section 37. must lie commenced
hrtloie llm i Miam i* of such Certiflcati
of liiiprovi'iiii'iils.
Ifiileil ihls23id day of .lorn*. A. I1-.
1010,
U.  D. N,   \\ II.KIl*.
Trout Lake, It* 0.
THE
b**i*K
INCORTORATEO 1855
Capital raid Up $3,500,000
Rest Fund - -    $3,500,000
lias 65 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in all tin; Principal Cities of the World.
A QENERAL DANKINQ BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS     BANK   DEPARTMENT
At all Br.-injhcs.     Interest allowed at highest current rato.
RiCVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager.
all iho now pro\inces some more
modern method id handling re-
i laimable offenders could be
found than the barbaric system
thai has so far prevailed in mosl
older communities. — Calgary
Herald.
Canadians Ccn't Understand
ti
a man's better nature; in short, a EDglnnd  wero
Kootenay Loduc No
Mountain   Viow C.-.irnp. No. 229
BMc- * -   - * ' i   *    li
each : Kirk Hall.   Vi.-iun   ivuoit
meo oonUaU; nvl'   I
W. 1 in. i om.
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IS, A   F. Ut A. M.
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reformatory
that  time  ho
or  a   prison.
J. T. I'L'f.io'   ro '■■'•
CHAS - : ,BV
SELKIRK LODGE 12, I.O.O. Y.
■ cv«rj* Thnrs-
.*■  : ,.-  in  Sel-
.    -', h ill at So'clock
)VUltlD| bitthtni am
"^^ t :*DTltcd to a'*--    I.
;.,.,       81 IS   S.l>.      '* ilATHii:
Cold Range Lodge, K of H.
Ho. 2e, Revelstoke, B C.
■,'tBV   ■'■K
except Third Wedne«d«jr o
Knlghti
JlcDON I
M
,,dif.
■    Al
would be the ideal solution.
Now, only three years later,
his scheme is in good working
order. Nothing loss than a revolution has been accomplished
To anyone who is acquainted
with life in Ontario's contral
prison with the high stone walls,
the armed guards, the separate
cells, the isolation oi iho prisoners, it would seem as if he was
iii More's "Utopia" if he woro
transplanted to Guelph.
In that remarkable dream book
written in 1516, More declares
the idea of punishment or reformation to be "nothing else but the
destruction of vice and the saving of men " Ho advises that
prisoners be so treated thai "none
is hopeless or in despair to recover again his former stati
;']• 'dom by o r go 11
and likelihood of hi nself thai he
will ever after that live a true
and honest man."
in   Guelph   you   may soo the
"b >ys" (for that   ■
,'en
living all together in a light,
lilding, sleeping  in  well vi
I*-. Hull in xt ti irmitories, eatii
House. • *       "   nd   ■; j in a breezy,   clean   *
. working al the vai
if a fai in.   and   doing  *
■'inu   worl
The handful of guards a
men rather than son;
The abo\
Mr- Hanna's plan,      I
commended   as   th
worked i
the
not be 1
farm thi
time.   They h;o
■
Tlio Company in limit i'l.
GIVEN under my band nnd Seal ol
Ollice nt* Victoria, Province ol
Uritish i olumbla, i ili KI inii day
ol July, one thousand niiiii Uundrcd
and ten.
.1.  P.  McLBOU,
Acting  Regii trai   ol
Stock Companies.
The objects Tin' ivbli *   tnp	
lias been established ari
'l'o act ns tiiiilii'ini. a, saw mill
1[U iu iijui.i.ii|Uiii[ j* ..; , oo.hlo.iiI
nml anj of its brancli ; to *. an
soil all kinds of timber, timber lands
logs nml Idmber; to bttj, si 11 and
manufacture all kinds ul lumber and
wood work; to ma ul I opei
lumber    yards and di i I  in all   mi i
cbandise usually Bold In such yardB;
to buj. .ill. li ase oi  i ioi I ;e ;i      all
kinds of real estate;     to buy,   Bell,
Vlll ,i build,  ' iiui;',   operate  and  com
UMm—mmmt^^^^^^^^^^^—w. j
''  People in   thi- country," lie con- canals' * "   *     ■'
, .,       u ,      ,    .., ., nml Btreams, either bclongln    to tin
iiiinii, "would luiigli «t tlio «'iy  tno*
, , „,, i oiiil'iiny or I.' niiiii':. for tlii' i om*
ii'x   l.mil   over   tm re.      I he   t ;*; i . ,  . ,
p     |niii> s     use, nnd to act sp!  t uai
wks to plaoo « I-m.i .rn. Iillli '!..*, [or tb0 operat| ,n 0| iamC| and t0
percent on nil land and 'here ie all ,.„.„..,. lolls tor BOrvll , r61ldcl ,, , ,
provision mnile for an ircremenl o..\- others In tho opera! n ol same;
which the government collects ii the either to buy, a 11, build or con
hull increases in value Then Bgnir, Btrucl I * , iteamships, steam lines
in Cannila, if tuxes are rot paid, tin -*"11** Balling vessels, and to opei il
sell lhe  land  Bnd  ''"' *s»l|lr. to engage and   all
collect   ai rear.-, but   m   li.itiun   tm   kinds of manufacturing,    either     of
Lumber or general  wi * J  work,   and
  own,  liiulii,
on it, construct and    operate     saw
mills and other wood working mills;
I
Comings Transfer Co. Ltd.
Freight and Parc:!s Promptly Collected and Delivered
i   'gago Transferred and General Dray ing
I iirniture and Piano Moving a Specialty
i,i a it ioni d   regarding
Mr.  .lio, iii   M ii-in   repli il
t'i ugl t   tie   ti rma   ol
l*lalM',
tin t   he
tiix itio i  iu
ioi   unni
o'.      I'J
At I Canadians, otlierwiee ihey  would  le
hinted lhal a farm  unanimous in  expressing    of*
inunieip.iHI   em .
atreai ', but   in   Y, itain   th
government lias no such   rciucdj nn*l ^^^^^
,     , .     , for Unit iui: pose to b ij
Cuiisiq ii-ii.ly llioii.i.i: il-   l i* .mil's nr'
1 isl   iinnuiiUy.      As   for   tlie    imieli
,\ luted statement tbat  if  ll e  budget
i* passed the capitalist will   ii. v■ s• bie
m iney elsewhere, il he  should   oh     *   to make, execute and except nny cou-
t    o me   to   Canada   or   ili i l'i,in>l  trai I
Slates   und   put bin   eisli   hito   tea]  grants,    pri
eel its In  n ill li <l thai b - Und t ,x
Mrs. Hermann Minne}
TecHfr of Voice, Piooo and Organ
Ispi i fi I Toronto I'oitsei \.ii"i \
of  Musi,*.
hi al  o\,uniii.,ii"iis.
Studio:   Second Street
Tli..   RKVIvUtt'OKli
NHW    AMI
Second ilfifl Store
We Ihu , Si 'I or Kxchanjre
all kinds ol Household
Goods,
HIGHEST CASH PRICES  PAID
FOR MEN'S CAST-OFF
CLOTHLG
Bush Fire Permits
||       . Mil       Ml
■-iiiiii'is ni I       I'rovi Police office,
no incial l-'iie
,\ ol, n. rovii Ihej coin) Ij « iir
-I iiioii * 5 mnl (i ol l liapter 84, I'-usl.
"On ■ ■ Act.
J,  K, Moi.i *. .
Divisional Warden,
Office
I li   ite
Corner ConiiaiKjIil Avenue and Second Street
276 REVELSTOKE, B.C.       Night can 71
iViNKWwtM am —— *amm<Bammmm «••
ng and the towing
■  .       ■   lor others
Gleariny Sale of Boys' Ouits
FROM FIVE TO FOURTEEN YEARS
4 ?tiits, Size 22 $3.50 to $4 50 for $2 and $2.50
6 Suits, Size 23   4 CO to   4.75 for   2 and   2.50
4.G0 to
3 50 to
3 50 to
3.50
Cults, Sizo 24
Suits, Size 25
Suits, Size 26
Suits, Size 27
1 2 3-piece Suits, 2~ to
5.00 for
2 and
2.50
5.00 for
2 and
2.50
4.00 for
2 and
2.50
for
2
$5 nnil $6 for $2.75 & $3.50
Mi  ■- i
'■'
illy
11 •
II. \V. Edwards
wel-
Zbc flfcaiUlfocrafo
will amount to ah ul   i iijhl   I ini
mu h as they do in Greai lo it  in."
Alii that a 1
Wii i 111 ' taking   pi ic
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on tbe H   is
M irtiii -' "i 1! : ■ •
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charters,  to
nsKign any ol or   nny
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to rcci
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OEMtNT  EUUKS
)taitd for all r:ns&«i of   bnildtugi
WM AND UMb FOR SALE
:!RE CLAY ANO FIRE B
i. inKiititloi
*
Ulkn ■      !■:
foote & Pradolini,
r.EVELSTGKE
FIT-REFORM CLOTHING
->
'
E.   G.    BURRIDGE
rinsrrMthing, Repairs,   Hoi   Air
Pipe and  Furnace Work
-WORK   SMOP-
Connau^ht Avo.   -   Revelstoke
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000      Reserve, $6,000,000
DRAFTS ON   FOREIGN   COUNTRIES
Arraiig<-mcnt.s hove recently hren completed under which  the  branches
of thii Bank are Able to Issue Drafts on the principal points
Ui tho following countries:
Austria-Huojpu7     Finland Ireland
Belgium
Brasil
Bulgaria
Cevloo
China
Crrto
[Vnia*AT*k
Faroe IsIatt   1
Formosa
Frant*
ft'ch Cochto-Otin*
(Wnnaiijr
CnP»t   1,,  Nm
Greco*
Siollana
keLrAi
laiis.
Italy
J* pan
lava
MancdnrU
Mexico
N orway
Persia
Philliptne Islands
Roumania
Russia
Servia
Siam
South Africa
Straits Settli
SwiHlcn
Switzerland
Turkey
West Indie*
and elsewl
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THI >',i.
e to Sii Wii-
Iri        iriei
:. e of I
bly   more    <
1 ' -.'.'■■ i .
latioi. to I
thai
ried   out    ■'    I 1       . ■   bitch|
anil ii. it ho mi
in - *■ ■';■'   if time,     I'
tter ol
:       -   *    '     - ■.  1
Mt for ft public 1
word **f the Pn mil 1
-• If— 11   to   I -   ;ran1
:■ lit nol
e  D imii ion 1 lov-
lit iIho an iiv-iir' ii
fact,     I ':.*
il   the l'i' -
mier'a   part)       1   i - r
ment, bu: econd-
Bry   '  !,- urgpii
need    if   a ling   wat
l and
ing Iron
the g«ni ral li n 1 remaik;
n," point "i   location   1        1
l" ■*:.   settled .:■ .i.i.l-
and   an    mi   uncemi   1   may  bi
i §M '
Some  People Aini Got  No Sense
Wood and Coal
For Sale
ent and   Fire
urban Lots.
I
W. B. RoWtson
To Trappers
ah Prices Paid
NO   DEL*"   IR   ISSUING. JULL   (>*RTICULARS   ON   APPLICATIOH
REVELSTOKE   BRANCH—A.    H.    ALLEN.    MQR.
WHITE SWAN SOAP
Yours Soa
ANN  NONYMOUS.
V.
WELLS,
WILS(
FlyP
You   Likk   Music
Hero la Your Opportunity!
raphsand Recoi Iraphophones,
Accordions, Banjos, Guitars, Flutes, Piccolos,
Violins, FittinRS of all kinds of finest quality.
Snli   '■  onl 1 for the Noted
New Scale Williams' Pianos
All kinds of Instruments tuned and repaired.
Wink Guaranteed
A call al the music Btore on McKenzie Avenuef
1 ' the Citj Hall, will convince you of the
mis.
J. Hinc 11 am, Mgr.
*-?r;-r» tstmw
■ v   othei
fly Ifillrr
Dears, Windows,
Turnings,
Write for Prices to
Etc.
is,
Revelstoke Sash & Door Co. Ltd
REVELSTOKE, B C. Page S
TiiE MAIL-HERALD UEVELSTOKE, B. C.
WEDNESDAY. AUG-  IT. 1910.'
Corporation of the City of
Uevelstoke.
BY-LA W NO.
A By-law to authorize the borrowing
by the iMuiiii'ipiil Corporation of the
Oity of Revelstoke of the sum of
fifty thousand dollars ($50,1)00) to
cover the deficiency exlsttnp at December Hist, IHOO, mnl the expenses
nf limiting the debentures,
Whereas, i petition bus been presented tn the Municipal Oounoll of tlm
Corporation of the City of Revelstoke,
■ignsd by the assessed mvn IM of at
leiiot one-tenth in value of the real
property within the oorporate limits
of ine City of Revelstoke ns shown on
the last Revised Assessment Koli of
the said city, requesting that a liy-law
be Introduced for the purpose Of authorizing the Imn owing by the said corporation of the sum of fifty thousand
dollars ($60,000)for the purposes above
mentioned;
And Whereas, thj- whole amount of
the ratable real property within the
said City of Revelstoke according to
tbe lasl revised assessment roll of llm
said oity is one million nine hundred
and one thousand two hundred mid
sixteen dollars ($1,901,210);
And Whereas, it will be necessary
to raise annually by speolal rate sufficient therefor the sum of two thousand nine hundred and forty-three
dollars and thirty emits for paying the
said debt nnd Interest thereon;
Now Therefore the Municipal Council of the Corporation of the City of
Revelstoke in open meeting assembled
enacts as follows:
1. It shall lie lawful fnr the Mayor
of the Corporation of the City nf Revelstoke lo borrow uu the credit nf the
said Corporation ol ihe City of Revelstoke by way of debentures net etnaf ler
mentioned from any person, peisons,
firm, body or bodies corporate i'ho
may be willing to advance the same
as a loan, a sum of money not exceeding in the whole tbe sum of fifty
thousand dollars nnd to cause all smii
sums so raised and receil til to lie paid
into the hands of tin- Treasurer of the
Corporation of the City of Revelstoke
for the purpose and with the object
above mentioned.
2. It shall he lawful fur the Mayor
of the said Corporation of  the City of
Revelstoke to  cause  any number of
debentures to In- made, executed III
issued, for such sum oi ■sums as m.iy
be required for the purpose and object
aforesaid, not exceeding, however, lbe
sum uf fifty thousand dollars,and each
debenture shall be for the sum of oue
thousand dollars, and all sue' debentures shall In sealed with the seal of
the Slid Corporation nf the Oity of
Revelstoke and shull be signed hy the
Mayor and Clerk thereof
B, The said debentures shall hear
tbe date of 1st September, 1910, and
shall be pavable iu fifty years from
the said date in lawlul money of* Canada at the MolsonsBankat Revelstoke
aforesaid, which said place of payment shall lie designated hy deben-
tures, and said debentures shall have
attached to them ooi pons for the payment of interest and the signatures to
the interest coupons may be written,
printed, stamped or lithographed.
4. The said debentures shall bear
interest at the rate of live (5) per centum per annum from the date thereof,
which Interest shall lie payable semiannually at the office of the M lsons
Hank at Revelstoke aforesaid on the
1st day of March and on the 1st day of
September respectively iu each nnd
every year during the crrenoyof the
said debenture . and it shall be expressed in said coupon.- and debentures to lie so.
6. It shall he la.vful for the Mayor
of the snid Corporal ion of the Cily of
Revelstoke to negotiate and sell the
said debentures or any of them lor less
than par, hut In no c lt-e shall the i-aiil
debentures or any o . hi n be sold for
less than 9-J per ceul uu uf iheir face
value including the ci lil negotiating
and sale, brokerage and all necessary
expenses.
0. There shall he le vie' and raised
during each year during . urn n y
nf th.< said debentures the sum of two
thousand live hundred dollars for the
payment of interest and four hundred
and forty-three dollars and thirty
cents for the liny ment ol the said debl
under the saiii debentures hy a special
rate sufficient therefor >n all the rat
able real property in th- said Muniei
pnlity of the City of Revelstoke.
7. It shall he lawful or the Municipal Council of the Corporation uf the
City of Revelstoke to  re-purchase any
of the sain debentures upon such tertm
as may lie agreed uptu wiih i he legal
holder or holders thereof, eithei al tlie
time of sale, or at auy subsequent
tiu.e, and all debentures so i* purchased shall he forthwith . :'"d "V
destroyed, and no re- Bl of . ien-
tures shall he made in lUPequenoe of
such re-purchase.
8. This by-law shall lake ell'ect on
on and after the 27th day of August,
A. 1)., 1010.
Rend a third lime and passed with
the unanimous ennsent uf the Cuiincil
Uth August, llllll,
Received tlm assent of tlm Eleotors
tlm day of August, 1010.
Reconsidered, and finally passed nnd
adopted by the Counoil,." the
day uf August, 1010.'
TAKE NOTICE that the above Is a
t rue copy uf lhe proposed by-law upon
which tlm vote nl the Municipality will
betaken  at the City Olerk's office
City Hall, comer of Second street and
McKenzie Avenue, Revelstoke, li. 0.,
un Wednesday, August 211 h, 1(110,
hei ween the hours of I) o'clock, u. ID.
nnd 7 o'clock, p. in.
BRUCE A. LAWSON,
Clerk of the Municipal Council,
Corporation of tlie City of
Revelstoke
FOR SALE
City property in arrears  for taxes
up to Hist Dec.'.   1008,   will   he sold  lit
Public Auction at the Oily Hall al 2
o'clock p.m. on Saturday, Sept. Hid
proximo.
BRUCE A. LAWSON,
Jy-20-lm Collect nr.
Corporation of the City
ot Revelstoke
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby giveu lliot
\V.,J. Rewcaslle lias been appointed
plumbing inspector for llu City of Revelstoke. All applications fur sewer connec
tions or for plumbing inspection must b
made at the City Hall.
Hy Order,
BRUCE A. LAWSON,
Cilv Clerk.
Corporation of tlie City of
Revelstoke
Tli,
nblic are hereby warned thai no
sewer connection can Ih- made or plumbing installed until application lor permis*
see for same has been made and granted
Hv Onler,
BRUCB A- LAWSON,
Cilv Clerk.
Dominion  Lands
Rb.'way Belt of British Columbia
The date for the coming into force
of the new regulations has been
changed,   A new date will be set later.
Until further in tice uo entries to be
granted in the New Westminster district and east of Range 18, west of
■Sixth meridian inclusive.
P. G. REYES,
Secretary.
Ottawa, June 'JO, 1010.
I). This by-law shall, hefore the
final passing thereof receive the assent
of the ratepayers of the Co 'poratlon
of the City of Revelstoke, according to
the provisions of and according tu and
in tne manner prescribed ny dm "Municipal Clauses Act."
' Read a lirst time lltb August, 1010.
Read a •■ ■■>..! lime 11th August,
1910
NOTICE
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that 1. Julia A. Simpson, of Arrowhead, occupation inai-
ried woman, Intend to apply foi permission to purchase the following
describe' lands :
Commencing at a post planted at
lbe south-east corner of Lot 83U0,
thence west 40 chains, thence south 7
chains more or less to lake shore,
thence   along   lakt.  shore  to point ol
commencement.
Dated June 20ih. 1010,
I y 2 UOd J ULI A A. SIMPSON.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Land Disliiet.
District of Wesl Kootenay,
Take notice that   1,  K. Mcliahran of
Arrowhead, B.C., occupation Lumberman, intend to apply for permission tn
purchiiM tin* following describedlands:
Commencing a a pose planted at
lhe North .est cornel of Lot 8SKM,
thence SO 11, isv isl thenoe GO chains
north to T.  I.. 10070: thence 80 chains
east along the lu • ol 'I.L. 10070 to the
Lake shore; them i along the lake
shore to point of coinni, ncement, containing four hundred and eighty acres
more or less,
BSDWABO Ml'iAllllAN,
Am wheiul, B.C., June 21-''•   MHO.
lv Zi'2tu
NOTICE.
In the mailer ol an application for
tbe issue of a duplicate Ocrtiticate uf
Title to Lois H and 9, Block 17, Town
ol Revelstoke, A'ap G36A.
Notice is hereby given thai it is my
intention tu usuj at tlie expi.-ation ol
one month alter the lirst publication
hereof, a duplicate ol tbe Ocrtiticate
cf Title to the abi ve. men tinned lots in
the name ol John E. I ay ior. which
Certificate is dated t v Uth ol May,
1003, and numbered SSdSA,
Saul, r. Rui..
District Utgistrar.
Land Registry Ollice,
Nelson IIC, July 25, 1010,   jl271m
TOR HALB-Frcsh Cow. to be seen
at Revelstoke Sawmill Company,
Dig Eddy, B. 0.
'iiiiii
nrttst   -
BUILD UP
REVELSTOKE
Patronize
Local Industry
GET
PRINTING
OME
^AIL-HERALD
has new type and printing machinery
Our stock if printing papers is large and
well selected.
WE PRINT
Letterheads - Billheads - Cards
cTVIenus - Envelopes - Programs
Books and Booklets - Loose Leaf
cylccount Forms - Ball Programs
Wedding Stationery - Memoriam
Cards - Lumber Forms - Tags, Etc.
-ADDRESS-
THE INTERIOR PUSHING CO., LTD.
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Agents for the famous
EMPIRE TYPEWRITER
$60.00 Cash
. WEDNESDAY.   AUG.   17. l'Ho
THE MAIL-HEBALD, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Page 9
j-j-asE-ssa*.!
look:
LOOK
A N I)
uk ad:
Actual comparison of Eastern Catalogue prices, freight added, with
UWSON'S     PRICES
Winnipeg price
Weight
Freight
Total
Howson's
Price delivered
Kitchen Chairs
50c.
101b.
23c.
73c.
ti
i.
70c.
Kitchen Cabinet
$6.75
1501b.
$3,53
$10.72
fi
ii
$9.60
Dining Table
10.55
1651b.
3.87
14.42
ii
i.
14.40
Dining Chairs
88c.
121b.
28c.
1.16
it
ii
1.20
Dresser and Stand
8.95
1501b.
3,52
12.47
if
ii
13.00
..
1.25
1601b.
3.76
15.01
t>
it
14.00
Bed
3.55
601b.
1.41
4.96
if
ii
5.20
Bed
5.3'j
681b,
1.59
694
tf
it
■ 7.20
Dominion Spring
240
601b.
1.41
3.81
ii
ii
4.00
Child's Cot
5.10
751b.
1.76
6.86
ii
ii
7.20
Ostermore Mattress
15.00
ii
it
16.50
We make our profit by shipping in car load lotp, thereby Baving freight rutos. Iiiing
catalogue giving description of other goods not specified in this li;l to our store nml we
will prove our BtalementB.   Remember we deliver goods and eel up free from breakage,
R.  IKAVSON & CO    -   Uevelstoke, B. C.
(P
*\
1908 - Revelstoke Agricultural Society - 1910
THIRD   ANNUAL
FALL FAIR
Revelstoke, B. C.
6-7.1910
$3,000 In Prizes
Horse Racing. Band Music. Special Rates on CP.R.
Exhibits of Fruit. Vegetables. Poultry. Live Stock. Dairy Products.
Ladies' Work. etc.. specially welcomed. For Prize Lists. Entry
Forms, etc.. or any information regarding railway rates write
to the Secre'ary.
ALEX.  McRAE, R. HOWSON. C.   M.  FIELD,
President. Treasurer. Secretary.
ZJ
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged and Improved
*
Rates, $2.00 per day        Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
ORIENTAL HOTEL^
suit
market tl
Ci^ irs.    K
■J.    ALBERT      STOISTB      PROP.
Union Hotel
RESTAURANT
' *.nagemf-nl
WHITE HELP ONLY
Stewart Macdonald
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from country   I
WHOLE  AL       i     ... LY.
REV ' O
SIGNS
Advertise in tiie Mail Herald
iting and
Paper Hanging
R. /.. < RAWPORD
UNION HOTEL
i
ri
W. J. Lightburnf!. .Prop
Palace Restaurant
Mi.Konjio   Avonu
Mii i
A. H. Sing, Proprlotor
Corporation of the City of Revelstoke
TAX  SALE  NOTICE
Nolice is hereby given that I shall sell at Public Auction on
Saturday the 3rd day of September, A.]).. 1910, at the City Hall,
Revelstoke, 1?. C, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, the lands, or
improvements, or real property, as described, for unpaid delinquent
Municipal Taxes, special rates, interest, costs, and expenses due
thereon, unless in the meantime, the arrears of Municipal taxes,
special rates, interest, costs and expenses, as set forth in the
Schedule hereunder, be sooner paid.
Dated at Revelstoke, this 30th day of July, A.D., 1910.
BRUCE   A.   LAWSON,
Collector for the Corporation of the City of Revelstoke.
ASSESSBD OWNER
Armstrong, Win. (20acres)
Adair, K. B.... (02acres).,
Bell, Miss A. M	
BallBRarde. S	
Heck, liv. n	
Barber, .1. Guy 	
Ouiighlln, Mrs, II. E.
Doll, L. H.
I) inioer, N.
Elson, Mrs. W	
PYaser, D.F,(1ioubp, govt.Id)
Fleming, W.(house OPR Id)
Knlliin, James	
Graham, Waits
Gowing, A. G. .
Ginandl, M. (shack,OPB M)
Gullick, Joe     •'        "
Hansen, A. 0. G.
Hamilton, William	
Hedstiom, (ins	
Henderson, P.
Hopgood, It. J. (house) .
Johnson, August	
Keinagli.-in, John
Ijiiii', Bertha  	
Menotte, M	
Minion, James
Miller, Mis. Esthei
Menotte, Clem.   (house)
McCarty, F.fhouseat old mill
Ni.nl. W, T	
Pool, Wm. B.
l'i liter, T. R. M,   .        .  '    .
Sumner, G. J.
Smith, Mrs. M. A.    .
Shardlow, Mrs. L. J.   .
skinnei-, T.I villa lot 50.4 ac)
Soil iway, Alf. E.
Stonex, II. n.      ,      .      ,
SI li  *y. Mrs. K.
■i-t. Miss A. .
Tur it, Jno. A.   .
in, 1 ■'.  land b. of lilk 14)
ill, !•'. estate
(Villi*, Francis E.
Wo *drow, Jus. I.
Wo Isey, 11 i.i acres)
Wil -.ini-on. Ed. (house)
V\ i   ii. A. Is. D.       .       .       I     2
-   e.   .1.   M.   P.  -Villa lot  10,
Si   . 27, Tp. 23	
Han er, James   S.K.   '.   ol' Sec.  '.Y>,
l'i   23, 180 acres
13
14
12
11
32
1
4
11
15
8
villa 1
8
0
1
o
T
n
T
io
17
0 12
10
8
12
1
NU  10
"0
11
12
24
2
•23
21
9
4
12
20
20
18
10
ulii.IJ
30
'Ml
7
20
20
11
40
10
1
1
udil.H
17
17
17
50
50
7
7
30
30
12
A
27
0
6
Sec.2
17
2
Sec.27
33
0
A
26
20
22
44
■ih
28
3
5(1
44
44
16
Delinquent
Tuxes and
Interest to
Dec. 31, '08.
5 04
23 Bt
7 70
20 73
30 11
30 52
0 10
58 04
10 Sl
6 IS
7 77
IS 14
0 72
1 II
22 77
87 01
20 72
83 69
10 15
12 32
12 32
85
1 67
4 15
51 43
is 68
0 72
13 00
10 (HI
2 00
12 01
25 00
0 72
10 04
15 10
12 00
1 77
2 06
7 77
:> is
7 08
0 54
3 75
20 73
10 Sl
7 34
20 22
2 60
6 88
14 14
9 74
21 28
27 54
45 20
11 01
16 Sl
5 17
1 78
102 45
0 OS
28 51
12 31
7 17
0 88
37 13
Statutory
Costs and
Expenses
2 20
8 16
2:«
8 03
8 52
3 52
2 32
4 01
2 S4
2 25
2 88
2 00
2 48
2 07
8 13
8 88
3 03
8 OS
2 1)7
2 01
2 01
2 05
2 10
2 20
4 72
4 42
2 48
2 08
2 50
2 10
2 01
3 80
2 48
4 49
4 40
2 01
2 10
2 14
2 38
2 2i
2 40
2 47
2 18
3 03
2 81
2 30
8 31
2 13
2 20
2 70
2 48
3 21
8 37
4 20
2 55
2 81
2 25
2 08
7 12
2 45
a 42
2 01
2 35
2 34
8 85
TOTAL
AMOUNT
DUE
8 23
20 60
10 14
23 70
It) 00
31 01
8 81
03 SS
10 OS
7 43
10 15
21 01
12 20
3 01
25 00
41 52
23 75
37 37
22 42
14 04
11 03
2 70
3 77
6 36
50 15
68 00
12 20
10 28
12 60
I 10
15 58
20 20
12 20
54 45
52 69
15 60
3 87
5 10
10 15
7 43
10 :is
12 01
5 03
23 76
10 68
9 70
27 53
4 73
8 17
10 84
12 22
27 40
30 01
49 65
11 50
10 08
7 42
3 80
100 57
11 53
31 93
14 92
9 52
9 22
40 08
imn    Brown   Mum,   1550 I     WAN I'El) AT ONCE — itiish   fore-
uniii   years old,  in foal, i'""i,   thoroughly  acquainted    wiih
*
„'r,'    ,„,. ,,„.. ;,„,„   ,*,„, p,,,,,,,],; Ibulldlngtnd operating timber jhutes
.,    ,,,.,r     ,    . .     'dry i     Kcliri'in'iH nei Oil  ns to former
.  nlil,   \l/2i.    Apply   to   A
.1   Wi Donoll, Hotel ReveUtoke,
A M'    Five  Itooinp'l   Houso
i.i.i  foi uniii willi Furniture,      no
nn  uiii* offer u'fiisi'ii.- Apply to
A. Tovln, Second Btroot, oast.
experience,   Htatn wages.   Good pros-
| peris   lor  steady,   experienced   nmn.
and   Apply l.iuiilier Syn.licHtc,  Penticton,
B.C.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC
PROF. A. DE FEO
Residence, Second Street
Telephone*-—202
Having been engaged ns music teacher
list year in Victoria College and having
been obliged to come back to Revelsloke
on oilier business, I wish to start in this
city an Academy of Music, lining students
for Iheir examinations to lhc Conservatories ol' Europe,
RULES AND CONDITIONS
1, Lessons will start on September 1.
After Ihis dale lessons will go on from
the lirst to lllo lasl day of eaeh consecutive month during The year, excepting
July, when a vacation will bo given.
2, Tho course lhal will bo taught contains llireo grades, and at lho end of oaeh
grado a diploma will be given.
3, All hooks will he given hy Icacher.
■I.    Prospective pupils are advised not
totake a eour.se less Ihan.'i year.
S. Pupils wishing to discontinue must
give a month's notice or a full feo will be
charged,
<>. Lessons not received al the np-
poinu-d lime must be lorfeilcd.
7. No lessons given on public holidays.
8. Public performances will he encouraged, hut OU no account will pupils
he allowed to take pari wilhoul first obtaining permission of their teacher,
9.—Final-examinations start middle of
Juno.
ti.;kms :
For two hours per week, $5 per month)
for one hour per week, $3 per month)
Harmony and counterpoint, one lesson,
$5 per month, for Iwo lessons per week,
$10 per month,
A free lesson will be given all pupils
once a month ine the vocal division of
music lime.
PROF. A. DE FEO.
Box 157 Telephone 202.
Moving  iiicturcB Friday and
unlay ut thu Edison Tboatrc.
Sat-
©hanaoan Colleoc
Suinmcvlan6,3B.C.
COURSES   FOR   1910-ft
Preparatory; High School; Two
Years University; Business, including Stenography and Typewriting; Piano; Vocal.
Separate residences for young
men and young women.
Well epuipped gymnasium.
I-'.U.I. TliKM Ol'KNS Skpt.  21.
For Calendar anil further particulars address ilie Principal
EVERETT   W.   SAWYER.
H. B. STONEX
Practical..
Machinist
Repairs of all kinds neatly carried on
Bicycle and Gun work a specialty
Estimates gfven on any class
of work.
Front     Street.
EXCURSION FARES
Via
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
To
Industrial and Agricultural
EXHIBITION
August 15th to 20th, 1910
At
VANCOUVER
Tickets on Sale Aug. 15th
to 20th; final return limit
August 24th
FARE:    $13.15
Apply to Or write lo
A. O. DnOOKER C. B. FOSTEH.
Ag.ut, A.G.P.A.)
Kevelstoke Vancouver
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Land District.
Dim rict. of Went Kootenay.
Notice is hereby given that (todays
after dale hereof I, Ernest Edward
lliill, of Hereford, England, occupa-
lion inuhltect, intend to apply to the
Ohief Commissioner of Lands, for pei"
mission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the south-west corner of H. J. Hy.
liunis' pre-emption. Galena Bay, West
Kootenay District, B.C., and marked
"Ernest Edward Hall's N. E- corner
post," I hence 40 chains south; thence
'.Id chains west; thence 20 chains north;
thi-iir -10 ehuins east; i In-nee 20 chains
north) thenoe 30 chains east to point
of commencement, containing in all
100 seres more or less.
Dated this lHih day of June, 1(110.
Eknkht Edward Ham.,
aug 10-OOd II. C. Hall, Agent.
DEE63MAKEK—Miss Smith, dressmaker. Business hours 10 to 5
p.'u., McKentie Ave, WEDNESDAY, AUG. 17. 1910.
TIIE MATLIIERALD REVELSTOKE, B C
Page a
Efl!
The Elevator iH in perfect
working order these days
Take advantage  of  it  (o
get to the Bargains in the
Drygoods Department.
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.
We are giving our Special
attention to Fresh Fruits.
We can help  you  if you
are preserving.     Call  in
and see the assortment.
Boys' Wash Suits
These Small Hoys' Suits spell coolness
nnd comfort fnr the active little fellows.
Only a few days till school opens now,
better secure one or two of these wash
suits while they are on the B irgain slide.
Monday at
Only $1.00
Hair 0
fc
air urnaments
llnir Ornnments nre among the hest sellers these days. The styles ot Hair Dieting demand a lot of accessories—Braid
Bins, Buckles, Birrets, Side Combs, etc.
Come and view tha new ones.
Black Peau de S
oie
20 inches wide, Bonnet's French make all
pure silk, stamped by the maker every
yard. You have the maker and C. B.
Hume & Co. behind this silk $1 25 goods
For 75c.
White Embroideries
AU required the year round for dainty
under muslins, frocks, etc. You will be
interested in this clearance of all our
best Edgings and Insertions. They are
put up in convenient lengths at one-third
to one-half less than regular.
Fancy Groceries
Another car of Fancy Groceries just
arrived. We are in a better position than
ever to cater to the wants of our customers. Anything we have not got you don't
want. It our prices are not right—tell
us. If they are—tell others. We want
your trade and we want to save you
money on your purchases. Call us up
on the phone aid we will insure you
quick delivery. Anything in the grocery-
lino
You can get at Hume's
Fruit
Get ready for tl e winter season by putting away preserving fruits. We are receiving daily large shipments of Peaches,
l'lums, Apricots and Blackberries. Leave
us your order early and insure delivery.
Always n supply of Oranges, Bananas,
Apples and Pineapples on band.
Our New Tea and Coffee Department at tbe back of the store on
tho ti round Floor, is proving a
convenience. We have a tine
" Hobart" Electric Coffee Mill and
can give you genuine steel cut,
ground or pulverized coffee while
you wait.
New Fall Suits
The new Fall Suits and Coats are commencing to make their appearance, A
visit to the department is well worth any
lady's time who wants to see what is
woru. On the trains theFe dayB you can
see many people direct from Ihe cities.
Fancy Waist
aists
When too cool for a Lingerie Waist what
would be nicer than a Silk or Fancy
Lace or Nett wait. There is always a
touch of distinction about dressy waists
like these—a little ceremony you know.
A good selection around
$5.00
Baby Coats
Mothers are always pleased to see the
swell Baby Coats and Robes. This lot of
Cashmere Coats has just enough brier
stitching and embroidery to be right at
$3.90
Felt Hats at a Price
A real, genuine bargain in Men's Felt
Hals. That is what we are putting on
for the coming week. A large range of
the present season's blocks aud colors,
both soft and stiff shapes. There is not
one hat in the bunch which is worth less
than $2.50. Just take a look at our McKenzie Avenue window and be convinced
of the value of this bargain. Don't be
too late in looking them over for they
can't last very long at the price.
REMEMBER—All up-to-date blocks and
shades, and the price
$1.50 each
Small Shoes at
Small Prices
This week we put one hundred pairs of
small shoes on the table at 115 cents.
They are practically all gone. About
forty pairs more have been added and
until   to-night  the  price will remain at
95c. per pair
Kindly do not ask us to send out these
shoes on approval as we will lie compelled
to refuse.
House Furnishings
Lace Curtains and Curtain Goods
Just arrived an extra choice lot of tbe
very newest creations, in Lace anil Fine
Net Curtains in White, Ivory and Ecru,
choice Nets and Madras Muslin, Ask to
see the new Scrim Curtains.
Protecf
your curtalM
and draperies by \iS\n$
a BI.&SELL
Carpet .SweepcT
Carpets and Carpet Squares
We are offering special values in Web
Carpet made up to lit. Some very dainty
and arti-lic designs.
Our range of squares is choice in every
respect, iucluding—Axminsters, Wiltons,
Brusself, Tapestrys, Velvets and Ingrains,
a new iot just arrived, which we are
offering at priceB which will make them
go quickly.
Iron Beds. Mattresses and
Bedding
We have a full line of Iron Beds ranging
in price from $8 to $25. It will pay you
to examine these goods.
Health Brand Mattresses, all sizes in
four qualities. The best medium and
low priced mattress on the market.
Vegetables
Fresh  Vegetables   arriving    daily,   the
finest on tbe market.
Get  Hume's  Prices
C. B. Hume Sr Co. Limited
DEPARTMENT   STORE
Revelstoke ™<t Arrowhead
MAIL, TELEPHONE, or SEND
yflur Orders ! Sei d tlie children
to tho Store ! Come yourself, or
have nur City Traveller call at
your Home for Orders. No Order
too large or too small for ue to
handle. It pleaseB us to see tbat
Customers get the best o! attention.
J
■■3m E MAIL HERA!,!) REVELSTOKE B C
WEDNESDAY, A.UG.  IT. 1010.
mii
Mil
Tbi Public School play tin .1. I!. 0.
I yi tonight ni baseball. A good
gan e i*- expected,
Vancouver defeated New Westrain-
8'er in a r: i . * blip lacrosse game
on Saturday by 2 i: ials t** I.
Tbe General Conference.tbe supreme
legislative I !* I tin- Mi*iln*ili-t
Cbor 'li in Canada, is in st --i in this
week at Vic:* ri l
The unnuni meeting ol the lUvel-
il lii 11 .-, :• . ■ ■ ly which wa - '. *
hiv- taki ii placi * ist night was ml
jouroel until M i day, A ig. 2'.ith.
The Canadian Pacific railway have
^ v -n a special rati I $12 3.1 to V «
Westminister and return, in connection wit tl ;• ■ ini il i tliibition to
b  held tin ■ ■'   to 8ih inclusive
A noticeable feature ol the dec a
tions in bon r * I Sir Wilfrid Laurier's
visit to Revt n   Monday   lasl
vaj the absi ; mj   lag or bunting
oo  the drill hali, the only Dominion
government building in the city.
Herbert S. lligeiow o! Cincinnati,
sent out by the Henry George Ar- iei-
ation of Chicagp, will deliver a lecture
in tht Edison theater on Tuesday
iv ning \ if ial 30, Si ■ I "Public
ij i di rsl .; I I ublic Utilities Don't
fail to hear him.
The ;;ni"n picnic ol I t Ml Ihi ilii-t,
P.esbyteiia laptisl      ■ inday
Schools a irihiy
»-a- yable
*ii-  spent by the children, their
parent- an I   -.        pi gr«u -ne i f ft
the sports held i t
. - .
||:     .--*.*';     nig
elect: - c iy
bring   _ t a down] d,
r  about  ti
I bis rain « is won di al t   the
distri and  was
of puttii g     it the fori -• fires, which
will :.
tl .- -■ 11
Mr. .'        ■ eft  on   S
ii *i by
•   with a
teri   * -
■ --
-
ver.
i a  new
.
■i.int
the
present d yi ar.
To those who have not yel 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 whal we represent it to be.
TEA   AND   COFFEE
We have a full stock of the leading lines in Tens 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
li-li'nM      ll I      - ' 1 llggll
t >>Dgetl  in   ■' '   Ul il.   II
Dakota!   Iv     n the Hi
! 0-.il) pan) ii il tli ■ F ili i •■ ii*1 |
«* i-   l eing   ilisoii   i >'*   The  : ro| nei
nllilial ion    \* ii li   ' lie   1 nit il     Miin*
Workers ol \ni n i .a w.i*< also a in t ■
whicli \v..m dealt will   in   a   vi iy   blii-
ll Bdslike  mauii' i    Tula   pi ip b ;1   i-
t'"at the Western Federation apply fi
a charti r in the  Vinei ican   Y. A, r il Ioi
o' I..ih ir an.I Hi,ii* iiy rn i mn ■ | iut an*
|iueu! ol the   gnu    American  Labo
movement.
"The American Fed 'ration ol f.ibi r
with it' membership nl 2 000,0110 iM i
powerlul body and il is ip| aronl ivitl
the oomblnatiun of oapital and othei
inlcrcsts that ia taking plaoo ever;
d.iy. organized laboi must ouubiut
li i'n in the cciiiinii.ic ami |iulii icn
Holds.
ll    u'i: n ai ri riled Sir Wiltrid !l rough
n ol ■ *ii i lie |i ;i i h pn v inci s and full   cun
Bring your preBcriptlo ih to Macdon
aid's drug store, only purest ol drug
lined.
New assortment pioturo postcards
coiuicH. mountain views, etc., at Mac
iliuialiiV drug store.
Your Insurance
Is on<; of  the   must   import,mt  items
in your business
LET Kootenay Agencies, Ltd,
Look after this branch of your business
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, LTD.
Successors to Kincaid & Anderson
Enl ry forms for tin ! .!'• i I) iy up irts
can be had al   the   Y   M.I
iim* now    Entries close m Sep!  1-t
in.
A di? iBti ue fire vieiti d  fl    *  i
I'r,iluy. destroying  tin   i,   ,   '
Pioni       i   -■■     i
Me ii ■*'*-   u ,1  1' t  by ■   i
- •   rd house, t vei ■■'  ■'
in,I ol her '
it -fl O.dOO.
Quite   a   large   numb
■
the city on Monday to  get  a   .
of (lie right bon irable  premier ai
he.u him Bpeak. iers «
Mr. and  .Mr--. F  1. Vbcy  ' *
borni   E   McG .
Gibb ii"   and   J
Creek. E. II n, Trout 1
■ '
A  delegal I
in t   tbe   pi
M  nd.iy   and
i". it:,
:.  .    -
t, ii    . -
v.   : k
Moui |      Club's
1
SOCIAL ANO PERSONAL
M, A. J. I.anui Clm
risitor I
(*»,!,. i «,
*
Mrs. Sl
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518 WI'JSIB WELCOMED
(Continued rum. Pago 1.)
ili.ini; you [ur tin c 'i iw' ivi lei mi yoi
have i xtended lo u ■ It lm- been mj
privilege In visil lievelstoke tw'oe
before as h.m leeu ttaied in this
addreBt which you have presented t,
nn'. Ouce in 18(11, nnd nl friends win
were with mc nn that occasion or y
o-e is with ne In li ■}', 11:1111''''', Monitor
iiilipon, of Hamilton All the others
h ive either pass d n ay or 1 ave re-
tiled from public I fe It waa u.'nin
nay privilejp to visit yoi about ten
years ago and assist Uir Excellency
the Couutcss of Mini ■ in laying lhe
oorner atone of your hospital. 1 c i<-
my privilege agaiu a third nine to
visit you and my only regret is liuu
my r-tiiy i» so eliurt,
It is a pleasure for me to know that
the woik- thit havo been done by n\
government havo been tho means ol
saving your city. li is not to protroi
your cily, however, that you want my
a -i-'.ance ou tlii-i ice ision, but rather
lo ctiilu llieli your city. You \vantn
public building, In this gie.it western country you doiTt do things le
halves. When yon demand a pul,In
building yon demand a substantia
one. $100,000 is li.'ilod nn as a ver?
large -nm in the enst. II wever, I
will c : sid r mym '■'■ i lio nd\ 'oate ol
Revelstoke in this matter and repro
■( nt t*' I'r. Pugsley, Minister ol Pul ; 0
Works, that you must bave a public
building, even If it cost $100,000, md
1 think thu I' mini in t Canada can
atiiinl Unit-    ,
I n il*e mal ler ol 'a   public
b lilding there t-  ,    ,      **i dii eigi i ■
pinion      Bom    wnnl   il   on   ili*
,      er,    11
the Mil       *    ' Pub i * Wi :,    I
w rn Id bi ' in at ter
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PIRSUH smehbet mak-M Hit moil dtiix-M
i.   iOc  (jouml bott'e.
LIMOhSDE I   RDM
EffCBVESCCNT  l-HLNOll'HTHAU I,
laiati*.!*.
ubotopih IFFimUlHT ,„, » ., treubla.
tPJOM   SUIT   tFURVlSUNT   clcliKhtlul   to
take.
Bews' Drug Store
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two   school   ti -I *■ *      ft il ii   i up |,
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i*ig an ageul i i Hi ii ol .u" ul   ■
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■   Moody   propi riles.     I ■ i
propoiiti in.   Wnte ti  Boj 1760, V«
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i:    i eonfi nti I tl
ui-.iiiMr lime,   Mi
waa   thlil   [Mturu     ll win D
ll t lhe people of It C. would ■ ■ i r*i
i'i * i . tbu; n a pi ot, : , ,!.i. ;j ol
ihe ii quest tor iiiiprovomoul to lhe
Columbia river lor n.i.ig lion pur-
p -' t, I e ice died ii i rip several years
■■•■• i up llie iivi r in Death Hnpidi-,
umile fm* the purpose ol o tiling his
attention to tlie necessity ol either
'-ii ding :i lock ui. Death li ipidB, ui a
railway around them, and ns a mntti-r
if fact h" Innl lind a Hinnll nun placed
ni the estimates as a subsidy to i ny
ijuiiipany who would build such a
railway, but hu far no railway hud yet
been built, llu knew of no reason
why tbe City if Revelstoke Bhnu'd
imt get in olose 1,'iieii w iiii tho G.T 1'.
II the people ol Revelstoke are alive
to their own Interests they will see
Unit. Ihin is dune, uiul with a Connecting link between tbe G.T.P, and the
Q r.K. the Inline ol the cily would I e
fully assured. The Premier had sottled
the poBtorlloe i| lesiion—ilu- building
will lie built and work will lie stinted
aa Boon ai [hiss li|*j. Settle the question ol a site, nnd il yuii cannot, il
will havo to lie done lor you, He oould
see ample evidences ol advancement
In tbu city and Ihero was uu reason
why Rovolatoku should iml become
i lm coiuiuei, ill capital ol t In- centre
nl i In- provin I-  ul  I'n ii iih Columbia.
(Applause),
Mr, !•'. !•'. Pardee wns iheii culled on
to apeak     lie snid:   The Premier had
i-i inn- In :,ri   t lie lii-i ils   ul    liritisli   I 'ul
ii niiiii, Some eastern |iiipeis say lhal
Sii Wilfrid pi onuses to grain evurj
i'ci|iiesl made lo him, lie (Pardee)
didn't think anyone would say Ihere
was anything very wrong in the Pre
llliur promising lo build a good posl
nillce al Itevelstoke. Canada is a largi
country, as large as lhu United Status,
and il required strong men like Sii
Wilfrid, iiien wliu Innl unbounded
faith in Un- possibilities of their com -
try to be al tbu head of alfali's. tie h
llie niuu I'm Canada ilu* man In
whom   she  bhould  pin   her  faith.—
(Clieeis).
Umi Mi. (ii,ili.iin. Minister of Railways was then called un and received
ii lio ii ly ovalii n.   lie said   he rathei
liked  Hveisl.iies   ilyle.     In  one pl.li'i
he had been in Ihe gallury was resolved for ladies and down below
there were jusl oidinniy men, and n
friend of Ilis in addressing iln* gather-
nig' looked ii|i intu lhe gallery nnd
-.lid lie reall) fell delighlcd lo see so
many old fundi! n I'm es. Of course
iini (iut him into I c. uililc in lho ^ illeiy
li^lit away. Uut heru in the wesl iln
woman gie- up iu lhe gallery two
men follow her up. (Lau jl to i He
had happy iec illecl Ions of H -i. Istoke,
for tho besl breakfast be had over had
he liml eaten on lhe bills here some
vim - ago, nnd ho alwa; s rememhered
a gu.id meal, lie excu id liiin- -If to
tho ladies and said lie was mhi*v tiny
ivou'd n il have time ins:ny to dinner.
In in,<>i places, In* said, the poop's
rally gave them a liunquet nnd
• In n V.-ki d lm w hal they vvanti d
Here, he Hnid, \ ou lm a no time I,
gi. o us a li impii i. bill >* ii li ive nski
i*,i «h il yuii wanl, and bo u ■■■ glad
llllll hall tin duty had lieeli |iei tuini ,
rn,way.    lu   regnid   lo   thc   puhlii
huildlng there was no question nhoui
ihe building of il:   that   was alreadj
i- iiu-ii; Iiiii where are you going to
:   i. i-     11 yoll'll leave it   In   me   I wil
I, eiile il I'm* Vnu.  lllll   would   l.u',   lil.*
ide it i ighl tin*' e*    II the .Miiyui
I give him 10   miles  start   out ul
Revelstoke ho would  do It,  however,
(liter).   The 11 map irtatton problem   was  une  of  great   magnitude,
When lh"   CP.R    was   liuilt   Cnnniln
,i a- looki 'I npi n aa one lung Btreak of
iple >   ver t li night of Ihere
country up north.    Devel-
going "ii rapidly;   two  new
I   innl:-  are   building
,  more *u e coming,   There Is
hi', ii'niid trembling
lilwny lm liliug now ns  t hen
* .|  in in.   I! ilwnys   can   he hnlli
whole   people   want   them
I I hen     •   anj    in ci  sii y   foi
l le- (l.'l P. is being
ll  Iui      i'i *l  Helen:
f tl      *    uu' iv   iii   hi in III   Iiiiii iii\" compel
I    .Mine    ill   li   oflli (J   I
• ,'.    im nml   I loath
ed, Imt   im com
id        a
11 la of
buildings
':*    * ■ t. lmi
i   The
i  with  He
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very
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■ninenl
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i i .in l.i.ni*
■  II  not  |n r
	
I ■ • ip'e   |,,
liapjij
New Silk Blouses
We Inivejtist riceivcil by express a nice line of the
lute i styles iu Silk Blousep, Wc have thorn in
white, black and colors at prices ranging from $275
to $13,   You will liml tlii'iu extra good values.
Children's Shoes
We have jit-i oponi il
"Classic " Shoe for C
up n nice lot of the celebrated
hildren. A particularly natty
line in black patent slippers for the little ones nB
well as the larger ones. This is the best child's shoe
made and we guarantee every pair wc sell.
New Neckwear
Kindlings, Ci)l,nr*, Jiibo'p, etc., in
effeolH. The c nro the newest sty
low for quick sale.
lhe   new   Persian
e and arc marked
Stamping
We can stamp you anything you may
broidering, towel eiuls, pillow cases,
tablecloths, etc.
need  for  tlu-
centre  piecen.
mz&
mnaji*
TO- R        0000       COOD.S.
WHEN YOU WANT
Good Bread
and you should Insist upon getting Ihe li"si at all
times- gol uur-. Om reputation foi good bread is uut
Ihe result of chance. Oui customers are sniislled thai
urns is ih" niii-i satisfactory bread they can buy.
Try it and you will become a regular customer. Due
Groceries are oIbo in keeping with our bread.
G. W. Bell
P. O.  Box 208
GROCER & BAKCR
Phone No. 23
General Groceries, \ arm
See our stock for something tasty these Imt days.
Produce, etc
Fresh stock of Perrin's and Christie's Cream Sodas and
Cliiver's Jams ami Marmalades just arrived.
McIntyre  & Son
Orders Delivered.
Phone 93.
NOTICK
IVvclMoke 1 nml Diatrii ■
11   irid of Wesl Kootr	
Tflki-   ii. ■ •.    lhal    I ii.i   Mi i urter. ol
l\i \  Istoki .   B.( .,   Hp'uistei.   intends  lo
i  ia  pin i Imse lhe t»*!-
I w\ nij: J.   i i ib< il laml:
.■ iii   -i   |w '   phinied on ihr
i  iii.-  (Vimiilti i    Ki\. i  .j lhc
Norlh-wesl cornel   ol   I ol M (Oi, i iioup i,
i lisii 1.1,   .mil   ni.ii ked   "iji.i
I    I    i i ', i    -        HlHllh-WeHl        I Ol tuT     poM,
ll ■   norih 8o
it thi ■      > chains rm r less
. ,i .i   i..hi'k   ol   Mi.   ('olunibia River,
. *i i I■ ink i<l   lhc
» ,'Inin' ns  moi •• oi U*m*i \o
io umeni i»n    i oni tilling
|     'l'sS
I I i A Mi 0ART1 R,
Hy iui a^ent, Albcii I'orslandi
-■ mt, ' ,       ,\\ik i; am
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
mii inc.
Itt'Velnloke l.niul Hislriet.
|l|-i 1 iCI  nl   Wi-I   Kiniteli.iv .
Take notice lhal John B. Bai num, * i
Iteveleloke, H. ('.. occupation oiuikcr,
ino iiii - iii npply for permtralon lo
purohase the followlngdeicrlbed lm dm
i'i* lencing it  'i poii  planted nn
Hn-  trail   leaning  froni McOullough
I l-el, lu l'i.-ne hCn ek..iln ni I .i i pin 111'l-
nf n   lllllo   ili-t oil   nnil   in nn   insli'ily
llilil Hull     lilllli      lll'lll-ll'l'lllll      llllll kill
'-.I s. II,iiiiiiiii s Korth-wesl Ooiner
Post) thenoe louth BU chain*) thence
i ,-ij.i SOchalmi thenoe north 80 chains;
thenoe weit 80 ohalm In the place ol
iiiniin, nei 'nil-Hi, containing mu acrei
llllll I' ur  lei-s.
.IllllN S.   ItAIIM'M,
Dated August 2nd, 1010,
il  ■
*i, ii  i un
i hi
*
.I.i   0,   l;
i       ,i    le,\
'   three
Wilfi nl 1 i,
•
*   |d tl   ri proponed tbrei
i met
.    i      :.    ■ '■     '■ nun
,        ,. It,      ,,       ll.'M'l'   'I       tO       Hill"   III
,, ile* nn inhei
! ,, 1.   in  tho di i'
,, ,d   imibiiiki il     n   ilnm   ipei ml  fo
\
Thai  iiin •!  hv tin  Hei
M    Mil ,      I I ,11 *,      \       I   ill    I he follow.
i ,   nllll lllll WIH |in  *.. il
•| hnl   the  |.'ii.hi   lu n.i ilieil th it i,i,
i,nl niiei  the  Isl   il ,-.   of Hniitemlier,
HUD,   I  tin   I -i  it ij 'i   May, lllll
lb   pi   i- nf milk u ill ,1'ii.nn .*i" elghl
,,*, ,i i    i *  i he  dull ii. in*-!* i I nf  In in,
i efore,  "ii mi "imt    if thi   i mil lulled
nei tlie In,.'!   i ili es "l
lie coming v. Inii i.
'I'h ii milk « ill he del I > 1 "iily nnci
., il,-.   md lhal -ill nei oun     must bv
...in ml "ii* '■ *i in* i,' li,    H
i ie     i '■'.■. li,      \. l'i*.hi, in
* in t.     \.  linn. I
/,, Bandera        *\* 0. i lai Ison
Hugh B, I: Smythe
NOTICE,
Kevelstoke Land District.
District ul' Weil Kn itenny.
T O.e lllll lee Ihatl UlSl !•     \. Iln num.
..I    Itevelstoke,    ll.  ('.,    ,.i, „u itlnn,
cruiser. Intends to apply for permission
in pin * he ie  ' he   following iliMi'i'iii, ,i
Inini-;
r nelna at n pml  planted on
ihe  nnil  leading f    McOullough
i'i i * I. in l'i "ie h Creek, aboul a nuarb i
of a mile distant and in an easterlv
direction from Goldstream, markin
"S. a. Barnum's North Basl Oorne*"i
ihi nee south BO oh iin*: thence weal
su eimim.: thence north v,i chains)
ihem ' - st 801 halit ■ lo |niini of enm-
 ••inin'.   ■ ontalulng   1)10   uon *,
Imn e "I   le  s,
I iiaiii i - Ai i.i -1 BaRKI Hi
Dated A igust 2nd, 1610,

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