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 Th
epald
VoL 16-No. 38
rELSTOKE, B. C. MAY 18, 1910
$2.50 Per Year
Summer Goods
I    HUlff! COMET
Earth Entered Tall at 1:30 O'clock
This Afternoon
THE LATE KING
Memorial Service to be Held on
Friday Afternoon
K
The last requiem to lhe Iut'
Edward VII. uiil take plnee mi Friday, M.i> aoth, when the funeral will
be held.   Pralticallj   iho  whole  world
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 inside— $30 to $65. Cheaper Lines
from $12 Up.
ICE CREAM FREEZERS Let us explain
the latest one out "The Wonder"
just a little better than anything yet
made.
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
I Halley's cornel was 21) decrees long
al daybreak on Monday, both ,,s photographed    innl as observed    by    the
n:i'  -d                Tlii-      eorre-|niii'U   to     a ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
length  rn' ■_'I,nun.unu  mil,-.    Ilie  near-   "ill  In '  lho  occasion.   Friday  next
est  point  of ilie .omel  was  11.iiiiii.iiiiii   hus been proclaimed both a U inion
miles from  tl arth.   Yesterday morn and it  Provincial holiday in order    to
in. it      was    neasly    7,11011,1111(1    miles give all loyal  t'anudians an opporttiu-
nwny:     tlvs    morning    n    little over ity lo hold memorial services in hon-
U,(H!(l,t.OII  nnl   tlii- .ai nne  the    earth or ol their dead Sovereign.
LOCAL   MI'.MIIIIIAI.    SKIlYHT.
\   memorial   serviee will  be  held    in
;.n    Friday,
: Olllineniilie     ;il     'Jlilll     |>.     ||1..     lllll     il i-
hoped that every citizen of Itevelstoki
will attend and tlm- pay linal tribute to the late Monal'ch,
MAYOR'S   PROCLAMATION
Hy public nolice Mayor Hamilton I
announces that : "Whereas Friday,
May 211th, h.i- been proclaimed B public holiday by the government to be
observed ns ;l duy of general mourning, I herein' request that the. same
be observed in this city ami that all
citizens who desire lo take part in
the memorial service will attend at
Tapping's Opera House at 2:30 p. m."
Ai 2 p. in. the lioiliv Mountain
Hangers will parade headed by th"
Cily Band.
A.
Victoria Day Sports
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Otf ico   Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Authorized
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
$10,000,000.00
5,000,000.00
5,000,000.00
Branches or Agents at all principal points in'Canada.
Agents in Great Britain and United States—London, England,
I.loyds Bank, Limited. Chicago—First National Bank, Corn Exchange National Bank. Seattle—Seattle National Bank, San Francisco—Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank. Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of $1 and upward, received, and interest allowed at
current rate from date of deposit.    Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branoh—A. B. MoCleneghan, Mgr.
will  be passing through ii-  tail.
'lh.    present     diameter of tlie    tail
at    the   poini    ihlOUgh   Which   the  earth    Tttpping-H   , ,.,,    Hon
will |iu-s is „ little oxer 1,000,000
miles. The two bodies will have a
relative velocity of about Forty-three
miles |i>t second. The time required
for llu- passage, if the present dimensions remain unchanged, will lie Bix
or seven  hours.
According lo add! es from liii.letl
Slat,.- observatories this morning the
earth entered the comet's tail about
1:30 this morning mnmnjhyt nblig lib
1:110 this afternoon nnd will emerge at
midnight. Cnustial electric manifestations are expected tonigl I. Foreign
colonies in all the American cities
dread great cataclysm tonight. Extensive preparations are being made
all over the continent for the phenomenal  and   the eli'eet   ihe  tail   will    have  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
on    th ii tli    is being      anxiously (iHDI'.lt    OK   SERVICE
awaited. Mayor  Hamilton  will  preside.
 '    Prayer*    and   Lessons—Rev,     I
Procuuier.
I    Address—His Worship  tli,. Mayor.
Hymn   No.     101—"Now  the   Laborers
The entry forms for the coming nth-    ,,,-k ;s o'er."
letic meet   on   ihe 24th   are mil     now.       Address— Rev.   M.  ti.   Melvin    on  lhe
and can  be Innl ni  the Associationor   |nU, King  |.;,|„,.in| vn., \,u   nf,.    lul,i
on  application    to     Everett   Cameron   work.
or  Joe  Watson.   All  wishing  to enter      |iv  \,,. 2IM—"My tiud my Father
will kindly do bo as soon u>  possible,   while I stray. "
as ihe programmes are lo !>• issued nn      Sennnn    Rev. Vi.  1'.  Freeman.
Monday.   The lists will    be open    till      Hymn    N".   Ilia   "ii i;,„l. 0ur    help
Saturday  and   uo entries  will   be    a,-   jn  ages  past.
cepted after  In o'clock on  that  night.      Itenediction.
Captains Cameron and  Watson    have      Miss Creightnn will  preside at    the
a large bunch of athletes    out    every   0Cgnn    „,„] ,|„.  Revelstoke Symphony
night   and   as  ureal   interest   i-     being   qivlleslra  will   assist,
taken in  the mi-ci  -nine i;oo<l perform-       Hvmns      N'o.    '-'lit  .uul   UN   are    the
nines    should  result   on   ihe 24th.      A    hymns     chosen  b.v  the Queen     Mother
junior tra.k     meel is al«o lo be    tun   for i|„. f„ „| service at Windsor.
nt the same lime as the senior, s,, Qn Monday afternoon the Mayor
that with the baseball game between ,..,||,.,| ., meeting of the city clergymen
Revelstoke and Comaplix  and the la-   a,„| others to arrange ihe details    of
cro^-e match between  the Public    and   ,|, .v;,.,..   [,  „.,< decided to have ii
High -hools. thee -hould be some- ,,, „ military character, ('apt. Robt.
thing doing ever}'minute of the holiday Smith, It. M. IL. wns detailed intake
BASEBALL charge of the arrangements     of    the
parade and confer with  the    fraternal
league game of the season    ^^ ^ {<< whetW (hey ^^ |o
played las.   ught resulted     in a   win   „lkl. (,,ll.l.     Tll„    ,,|„,r, I, ehoirs    havo
fur  ilu*  ( orltN   House  over  iln*  Beav.   . ,    ,     .     ■     ..      .    ■
been     m-kciI    tii  unit*1 in   tm-  singing1.
"n-    "'•'   -'■""'   " "    '-'   '"   :''   "'"'     """     The   ealleiv     of   Ihe   opera   house'   Will
San,  Norman and  Bob    Squnrebriggs   ^ ^^^ foi. (he occasion_   •,-,„. ,„..
ai,. busy explaining how  it   all    hap-    .       .   .
js'iied.   The     Beavers,  secure    in    lhe
confidence borne of    knowing all    the
tine points  of the game were  mn     to
put  it  all over the  Bean  Eaters,    bui
al,,-.  n   wu- not   to be.   G,    Knight,
wiih    hi-    litil" twisty curves mowed
them  down  -" fast   thnl   hi-    catchers
head was mnde to swim, lie got -<•
. lm I  that  he lired  ihe bull over      ihe
Professors head a- if Ic was throwing
'for  a   lone  distance   r nl.   The  rest
THEY IKE A HIT
Baseball
Lacrosse and Lawn Tennis
Gctds in all the Lett nakes.
Lally
Spalding
Slozenger, etc.
Rubber Hose and Lawn
Mowers, Garden Sets, Garden Seeds, Flower Seeds.
In Hardware, Paints,
Stoves, Harness or any of
the numerous lines we carry,
our stock and prices will be
found up-to-date.
BOURNE BROS.
Crocories   Hardware    Paints
Harness
THE CANADIAN  BANK
OF COMMERCE
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000     Reserve, $6,000,000
DRAFTS ON   FOREIGN  COUNTRIES
Arrangements hove recently been completed under which  the  bronchos
of this Bank axe able to issue Drafts on the principal points
In the following countries:
Austria- Hungary    Finland Ireland Russia
Belgium Formosa Italy Servta
Brazil France } apan Siam
Bulgaria Fr'ch Cochin-China   Java South Africa
Colon Germany Manchuria Straits SetUeaoafts
China Great Hritain Mexico Sweden
Crete Greece Norway Switzerland
Denmark Holland Persia Turkey
Egypt Iceland Philliptnc Islands    West Indie* rn
Faroe Islairhj India Roumania and eLsewherw
NO   DELAV   IH   ISSUING. 'ULL   PARTICULARS   ON   APPLICATION
REVELSTOKE   BRANCH—A.    H.    ALLEN.    MGR.
r
The
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rvjec ,in,l full text of the
hymns will lie printed in suitable
form .-uul handed to all who .•men.I at
ilw opera house, su ilml  ii  will serve
a* a  liiiini; memento ol ih caaion
especially   iii the school children.
Watch Revelstoke Grow
Fruit and Vegetables
When Everyone Uses
P. Burns & Co.'s fertilizer
Try a Sack of It For Your Lawn
i,f ih,. Corky .unfit were mire on' the
iuli. Stone, Poole, Lank Harrison,
Hani-, Small mnl little Pete Leolshi
[who won everlasting tame by stealing
home lei-e.   li will now  deitirnlo    the
hall   ol   lh"  Cork}    Hnllse,
I    lh.- Heavers learn  fell down    rnih.-r
bad y ipnoi iing  I ,'Kstrange,    w ho
' despite a bad llngi I   pitched    n    good
II .- Only one ui iw., hi'- were
mi le i, [ Lim. llu- Hi-Hi.i ity "I the
Corley runs coming from errors <>n
ih.- |.ii: ..f hi- support. 2,1 lh.- Ilal
too ihi were lamentably weak allow
to trickli ihrough i hem
1 - . ■ bel I ih'-
ili- bai was on iln- job ami held
I'l   m   i   .■ well,
FOOTDAI.T,
I -.'••■   football   .-an f   li a-nli
•    lie-   lil-l    for   a   COliple      I'l
mu    will  Ii"  played  tomorrow   nighl
■ ai the V. tf. C,   \   field.      II	
l-.-iiiu  teams an- Cowie's    Ue laaranl
ind lhe Cj  lone . n Y. M. ('.   \.    ag-
- ■*i"i:     I le- game  i-  i" start    at
" irp.
rent is being taken in fool
i   l prospects: an-     good    for    a
team      league,   The  iwo   team-  above
and   n couple of    others now-   being
formed will rotnpriira the loaguo,
'   -        will I..- played two nights   a
The Auxiliary of the I',, of I.. I'. are
giving a lea on Monday, Maj 23rd,
aftei ii-">n iiiiiI evening, al the home
giving a len on Monday, May 23rd,
Admission -J.V.. children in,-.
Summer Suits
*\
We have a wide range of 1910 patterns, men's and
youths'; Light Grey, Brown, Green and dark mixtures. Every suit cut from imported cloth; style
strictly up-to-date, with fancy or plain cuffs.
This is a good snappy line that sells regularly at
$20.00    OUR   PRICE--S15.00
McRae Mercantile Co., Limited
U THE   SHOP   OF   GOOD   CLOTHING it
he I hree 'act Irish
drama . toinoi row i 'I Inn da)
I idii   ii   I heat re.
EDISON   THEATRE
ONE   NIGHT   ONLY-TO-MORROW   NIGHT
Thursday,   May  19th,   lDIO
Under the auspices, of the
ROMAN    CATHOLIC   CHURCH
The Great Irish Comedy in Three Acts
SHAUN AROON'
MOVING PICTURES OF THE IRISH HERO
" CON. THE SHAUGHRAUNf
RESERVED SEATS, 75c.
ADMISSION, 50c.
CHILDREN. 25c. Page 2.
THE vm-IIERALDHEVELSTOKF, B- U
WEDNESDAY, WAY  NTH,  I'.IIO
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look:      look      and
ri: ai):
Actual comparison of linstern Catalogue prices, freight added, with
HOWSON'S     PRICKS
Winnipeg price   Weight   Freight   Total    Howson's Price delivered
70c.
" $9.60
'■ 14.40
1.20
" 13.00
•• 14.00
•• 5.20
•• 7.20
•• 4.00
•■ 7.20
Oslermore Mattress 15.00 " "    16.50
\\V make our profit by shipping in cur loud Ini*, thereby saving freight rates. llrinj'
en il 'L'ue giving .l.'i-crintion of oilier goods not spec!Rod in tliis list to our store und ive
will nr-'ve our -tfttHiiienlP.    Remember we deliver goods and t-et up free from breakage.
Kitchen Chairs
50 c.
101b.
23c.
73c
Ki chen Cabinet
$3.75
150'b.
$3.53
$10.72
Dininq Table
10.55
1651b.
3 87
14.42
Dining Chairs
88c.
1 21b.
28c.
1.16
Dresser and Stand
8.95
1501b.
3!>2
12.47
..
1.25
160ib.
3.76
15.01
Brd
3.55
601b.
1.41
4.96
8rd
5.3b
68lb.
1.59
6 94
Dominion Spring
2.40
601b.
1.41
3 81
Child's Cut
5.10
75!b.
1.76
6.86
R.   HOWSON  ,s-  CO.
Tzszmmeaavm i
-   Revelstoke. B. C
CITY CffiCIl
>h,-i|.e an I should give  ihorotigli satis-
fie tion in lhe eity.
|    Aid. Trimble said     tlii-    report    "I
Mr.  Smith's was very sutisfaj/lory nnd
Regular fortnightly  i ling  held  on   in  vi,.„   ,,,-  |h,  ,,.,,,.;,„.„,,    .nnt*   h:i;i
Friday.    Present:   The     Mayor.    Aids.   h,1;i|| m.llh, a,mut l||i.M. ,„wi,^  lh|1 (.ily
Cowan,       Trimble,      M  Kim     and   hml got  off very well.    Ite moved the
MeCurty. faulty pi   In-  rectiiied/immedintelv.
«ANT MOW! PAY. j    A1(1.   siet'arty    ided.   Carried.'
Itevelstoke Team  Owners  Association       ,„  rep|}   ,,,  ,|„.  j|avo|.   Mr     sin.-laii-
•'■'Ki :"-  '"■■'■'•••'- i"  teaming  rules, fM   l||(,    (|l]sh  ,;i||k>  Hi|||ill  |u.    rom.
Thu      Mayor  said  lhe idea    of    the   ,,1..,,..{  ,|,„  tollowing  night.
It   th,
II   lo
Aid. Cow'nn was  instructed  to    havi
ed  them  ihey would  gel   the  increased   ,i,;,  |,1|s|,   ,.mk  ,. ,.,;,,„.  m.I(|„    ;,„.
rate from  lhe governmenl  and  others. me,iillteiv  s0  ,j„- system  could  be  put
AW. Trimble said if tl iun.il    ap-   ,„ ,-, „„.
proved, the government would have to SEWER I'l \N
On  motion  of  Ahl  McCnrtv,  secon -      ...      ,. ,, .    .    ,        .
Aid.      M.I arty asked  that   the    city
.■il   ,\   Ad.   Iriiulilc the   matter    waa .        , ,; .     .        ,'
get  a plan ,,t  the svstem  showing  tin-
laid oder till nexl  meeting. .. , ,      .
,. , t   connections  so  i h,-i   ,-nu d       orate
i.IMIA AM I.S i
I them   at   any   tun.-  when   reiinni-il     lor
II.  Kempster,    iiskimj street  extens.
ion.    Ucferred  to  I'ublic    Works  I om-
Mrs. Turnross, nskinj that offensive
lio\ drain 1»- remedied..- Referred i"
Works   Committee.
THE BAS'D.
sewer connections,
The     matter     \\a<  referred   t,,    the
chairman of  the  Works  Committee.
F. Vi. & I.. COMMITTEE.
This committee reported;
Vindication      of    .).     Shaw  and     I..
11,,l,t. Cordon,  Hon. President    Rev-   Fiuk-o  for  water  for  irrigation.—  Re
elstoke Hand, slating band had    been   ' I, owing to shortage of   water foi
re-organispd under  tin
,!,..  Revel,  domestic nn 1 fire purpoi
stoke Cily Hand, and asking financial      \- -1-    McU IPs     application    for
assistance. light  in front of hotel.—Granted.
'I'he Mayor endorsed  tin- implication      Mr.     MeDonell  to pay     installation
and  n-U.sl  the  writer to lay  the mat-   charges. 0
ler before th incil. |    Report   adopted.
Mr.'Gordon then    spoke and    ndvo- WATER*  1.10111   RATES.
rated  assessing   the  taxpayers  in    or-      Md.      Cowan  stated   the  by-law     re-
der to make u grant   to lhe bnnd ler nnd  lighl  rates waa
Ahl.      Cowan  moved  lhe    bnnd    he   inequitable, and ii   was      resolved    to
given  a granl  of &SW and tree  lights,   nsk the F. Vi. X  I.. Committee lo    re.
Aid.   MeCnrtj    a I'd. vise  lhe by-law   and   report.
\ld.  Trimble  regretted     they    could FIN \M E.
nol   contribute  more,    nnd    said  they      "     i    ommemlation   from   the     Fin •
should  give more  in    future,    li    the)    inre  Committee,   regardinu
could  not   gice  more  than  *■_'""    the)    "I - nkino  fund,   \   •    MeKinnon strong
better go oul of business. ipposed tyina
WANTS   \ \\ 11 III '•'
('. .).   Vmiin, asking  for a bi.'j lentun
Aid.   M.-Kinn.u isi len
,.., i-i: .    It    look   to  him   ■•
they  gol      nppliciitious of
from  their staff  that   llii  .
ing from b id  to worse    l.ai.l
.1.  P. Sutherland, npph ins I -
of   team   business     R.
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llLpll'   «.ti   -' ■ ■ ■
Ri fei ft'ater *    Yin
(iiiiiiiii! lee.
T,  P..  Bradshaw
on  hill   b   i i.
ing nr    ighi     Referred '■'•
i i immi
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been
W.  *   I..  I
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Shacking Accident
Vnkusp, I',. ('., Max 13. Frank Jor-
.T.,n. brother of N". \\ . dordon, post-
muster and president of lhe hoard of
Hade  of  this  place,  lost   his  life  near
Edgew I,  fifty  miles  south  of    here.
On Tuesday deceased was in town
procuring supplies for the dordon
ranch at Fire 1'nlley, where he looked
after hi< brother's agricultural interests. II.. left for home thai day on
the  south  bound   steamer    and    aft?r
reaching    Edgew 1    he walked    some
milea to Fire Vnlley and early the
next morning hitched up n team to go
lo Edgewood t.i draw in his supplies
to llu- farm. The road collowa n very
narrow and ulmost perpendicular
stretch with a high embankment above
ami a raging creek In-low. running in-
to a waterfall of nearly 1200 feet in
height,
A small landslide bad fallen down
the embankment from above, still
narrowing th< already limited roadway, and cansing lhe hind wheels of
the passing wugoti to slip over the
precipice, taking with it the wagon
li"\ and the driver io the raging
waters below. The team with the
fro nt wheels ran along the road to
Edgewood driverless. A search wns
immediately begun, and the visible.
marks nf lhe accident plainly indi -
ented what had happened. The body
is  \,-i  undiscovered.
I'p.iii receipt ,,i word of the disaster P.W. .lordon l.-lt here immediately for the scene of the fatality. De-
- !-■■ I  was  about   thirty-five years of
Ige, and iininai ri'.'.l. He was well
known  along  the  Arrow   lakes.
H. B. STONEX
Practical..
Machinist
Repairs, of all kinds neatly carried  on
llicycle and (.tin work aspe.-ialty
Ebtiiuates given on any class
ot work.
Front     Street
UNION HOTEL
A RttO *'HEAD,  It. <\
Special Attention given to commercial
men ami tou; inta. Firm -ulaBH saupti
rooms. Finest nceriery iu liritiwli Columbia, overlooking Upper Arrow Lake.
W. J. Lightburne, Prop.
CEMENT BLOCKS
Muutifactured for nil nii^n~ uf   buildings
CEMENT ANO LIME FOR SALE
FIRE CLAY AND FIRE BRICK:
for^Hlle ill   l;ur.h or  -.until i|Uc.i I iti«sl
il at th* lowest (irices for oa.sh.
All klndfl.of baitdiiiff aiid;plasterltiR
undartHkttu,
Foote & Pradolini,
REVELSTOKE
See Its "Artistic Arch"
The
'(Foot-rite)
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Of all the 20 improvements of lhe clever-looking
Napoleon Shoe the feature which best pleases the
eye of the buyer is the Artistic Arch. Special lasts
are made for every pair of Napoleons—foot-sculptured
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
lame price—$5, $5.50 and $6.
E.   G.   BURRIDGE
Tinsmithing, Repairs,   Hot  Air
Pipe and Furnace Work
-WORK   8HOP-
Oonnaujjht Ave.   -   Revelstoke
Roads and Trails
1.    Iiimlil.-. win, i< n.-w  superintend-
I'rnvini'ial road construction for
• inij.  returned Thurs-
i n   ni.M'ii luuu n irip     >,imh,   where
■■ was  looking aver  the different rond
 -1 for  tlii-  slimmer.
Ai 'ialena     Ray a mile and a   half
i will be Iinil'.
Hill'-   Landing a   m''*' (>f   new
■ led.
1 '■ - he t i-.iil- io the Eva
es  will  be cleared out.
\  •- will be laid   on
 ■ ■ •   road    and    two
done.
nvide   on
road.
! roul   lil,.-  rond  will
'built   al  ii cost    of
redu .
■ ■■■■■       ■ ■   i. ne   in
! i  lefi f ,i the
thn
irrange    for
FOR SALE!
Splendid residences.
Suitable Iluildlntr Lots
Those interested will do well to call
ami see us before d^ci.liuK to buy.
You can obtain fair rates for Fire Insurance in reliable companies willi Dominion Charters.
Call and Ret figures.
Money to I^au on Residential Property.
W. B. ROBERTSON
(3or. Secon 1 St. and Mackenzie Avenue
Palace Restaurant
McKenzie Avenue
Fruit, Candies, Cigare/Tobacco.
Meals 35 cents.
A. H. Sing, Proprietor
CORRESPONDENCE
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Vegetable and Flower
SEEDS
Ornamental and Flowering
SHRUBS
Best varieties of
FRUIT   TREES
Send for Catalogue
ROVRLNURSERIES ft FLORA! CO., LTD.
786 Granville St.   P. O. Ilox 1063
Vancouver, It. C.
SIGNS
All kinds
^Reasonable Trices
Painting and   .
Paper Hanging
Satiifa. tnin Guaranteed
lv*. Z. CRAWFORD
Cor. Third St.  and Kulipon Avenue
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i.ilii-i  «i ,   the   .-   I'-m in   good'   Thi rnd,  "'•
Intend
Union Hotel
RESTAURANT
i nil. r New Management
WHITE HELP ONLY
Stewart Macdonald
Proprietor
Scotch  Whisky
A Genuine Highland Whisky.
Tlicre are hundreds of brands of to-called
"Scotch Whisky."
Many of these are not genuine.
For your health • sake, confine your choice
to standard brands ; use a whisky of recognized
merit.
Watson 9 Whisky is one of these; distilled
in the Highlands . of Scotland—the district
acknowledged to he the hest 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 ..,.1J. .Urougbly m»tur>J Scotek.
"NO. 10"—A lulUnJ,,J. richly ll.v.rrJ Seoul.
JAMES WATSON & CO., Limited -  Dundee.
Come to See
Don't hesitate to visit the Fit-Reform
Wardrobe whenever you want to know
what is new and correct in Suits and
Raincoats.
We are constantly receiving new Styles
and patterns, and cordially welcome
your inspection of these superb creations.
Our present showing of highgrade
hand-tailored    garments   deserves    a
N^M, v's'1 k°m every ma,»
tsJ6 who appreciates
t\m distinction, exclu-
FIT-
yfsA
REFORMS
£.7   siveness and  ele-
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Revelttoke, B. C. WEDNESDAY, .MAY KIT I.  IU10
THE  MAIL-HEIIALD REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Page 1
WATER NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that an application will be made under Part V. of
the "Water Art, 1909," to obtain a
license in tlie lievelstoke Division ol
West  Kootenay District.
(a.) The name, address and occupation of the applicant, Jacob S. Wiens,
Nakusp, B, C, fruit grower and vegetable gardener.
(b.) 'the name of the lake, stream,
or source lif unnamed, the description
is) 1.itil,- stream, unnamed, running
out of small lake l of mile east of said
and.
(c.) 'I'lie point ni diversion, 20 rods
west of east end of l"t 2. sub-division
of lot 4274 Group 111.
(d.) The quantity of water applied
for (in oubic feet per second) one cubic foot per second.
(e,)   Tin-   character of the proposed
works: Taken  win   ie<rd irv.cuhs irc-ni
treani to garden.
(f.) The premises on which the water is to be used, T.ot 2, Subdivision
of Lot 4274 Group  (1) Kootenay.
(g.) The purposes for which the wa
ter is to be used,—irrigating vegetable
garden.
(h.) If for irrigation, describe the
land intended to lie irrigated, sxiviiu;
■create,—1 acre on west end of Lot 2
sub-division of Lot  4274 of Group (1)
(k) This notice was posted on the
14th day of March, 1910, nnd an application will be made to the Commissioner on the 14th clay of April, A.
D., 1910.
(1) Give the names and addresses
of any riparian proprietors or licensees who or whose lands are likely to
be alTerted by tho proposed works,
either above or below the outlet,—
Buisnall Bros.. Robert I.a line, N'akusp
B. 0., below outlet.
Dated  March 16th.,   1910.
(Signed! m.16.
JACOB I.. WIEN'S,
N'akusp, B. C.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the Goods uf Thomas Beecher
Metlii tail  deceased.
Notice ia hereby given that all persons having claims ngsiiwt the late
Thomas Beecber Metberall, of Fing
ston Cft>ek, decea-ed. who died on or
about the 4th day of September, 1909
are rt quired to send by post prepaid
or delivered to the undersigned, solicitors lor the Administrator, their
names, addresses and the full particular of their claims in writing, and the
n* ure of securities, if any, held by
them.
An I take notice that after June 1st,
1910 the Administrator will proceed
to distribute the assets of the deceased
amoi'get the persons entitled thereto
having repaid only to the claims of
which he shall then have notice.
Dated at Revelstoke, B. C.. this 13th
April, A. D., 1910.
GILLAN 4 ELLIOTT,
Kevelstoke B. C.
4ws Solicitors for Administrator
Eggs for Hatching
Eggs  for  hatching from   the  follow -
ing imported pure bred stoen:
S. C. Rhode Island Reds.-92.00.
Silver  Laced  WyanJottes,—$2.00
Barred Plymouth Rocks,—82.00
S. C. Bull Leghorns,-$2.00
Cornish Indian Game,—82.00
White  Crested  Black Polish,-$2.00
Emden Geese.-83.00.
Imperial  Pekin  Ducks.—81.75.
Also stock from  the above for sale.
MRS. 1!. A.    UPPER.
ity Ftoy
And Its Keeping Qualities
SOME people find it necessary to buy a considerable quantity
of flour at one time—sufficient to last for a long period.
Naturally they are anxious to procure a fiour of the kind best
adapted to lengthy storage.
There are two important reasons why PURITY FLOUR
possesses these qualities. One is that it is made entirely from
Manitoba Hard Wheat. The other lies in the fact that the carefu'
milling necessary to produce "Purity" absolutely excludes ali
low-grade particles of the wheat berry. It's the high grade
Manitoba Hard Wheat Klour that keeps—standj longest storage.
That's "Purity."
"Purity" flour may cost a little more,
but is more  than worth the  dilfjrence.
Try it.    Wutch results botii for quality
and yield.
"More Bread
and better Bread"
Western Canada Flour Mills Co., Limited
Mills at St. Boniface, Goderich, Biaodoo,
OIKlv, Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Will Visit B. C.
Canadian Loan
OUti
The  technique and  expression    were
nplon lid,     The choir   deserve    .-"
,.   Mav   ll.   Sir  Wilfrid   Lain-   prawn -I, credil  is due    to    the      London,   Ma,   I l.-T       K ■..-'
ier,  accompanied by   Hon.  G ge    P.   excellent    leadership     of Mr.    U.
Graham,  I-'..   M.   Macd ill  and    Prod   Sawyer.
Pardee,     M.   I'..-,   will   leave    Ottawa     Tl"'    -"l"- "' Vr"  ' '''"'    ' a""'n
about July "th for a sixty days polit-   -1" '    "''•  A.  '
'*■■;•/.
niiiii wen- much .-lived, llie former -an; "The I'lains of
Peace," nnd the latter n settiuu of
••Ilh llnppj Day." Tl ucelienl congregations which gathered morning
and ei. n'ng expres. i tl their npprei ia-
I (ion  in    glo« i'i-      lerms.   The church
I enters  on  lh 'ir i lh year of ad * ll)
much      , n .nn-,_ nl,  and  feel   llmt   the
future Iml I- mm I things in store.
new    Dominion    ' lovernment  i-- ■
c.",.!iiiii,uiiii,    th ■ li-; of whi. h - lose
the Hank    of    Montreal    lo lav.      1   -
..
:
%
Sin Wilfrid Laurier, K.C.M.G.,
P.C., Premier of Canada
nl   tour  of    Weste
indu.
Th.
R&velstoke City Eand
The  a " "i   thai       lhe     hide- •> Wti ■'
i-n I..in   Han i will once n  I"- n live %   ■
nstitution      in     the  citj   lin uiseil ;"   A'.r . i>.^j;i
.'
■
■ -,
l t
general sal isfa 'I ion . for lhe band has
always been one of lhe mosl valuable
and popular organisations in Itevelstoke. This year, however, the title
has 'been changed and the band will
I, ■ know - henceforth as ll"- " Revelstoke City  Hand.'1   As c litlons nro
""w- « - ' -M-"" is anii-ii'a.e.i and  HoN_ w   g_ FlELDINGi Minister
lhe band will very soon c.vo it- lirst
rl of the yeur. Tin ir
i\ iiviably   mm-li  enjoj .■■!
ppi-n   mr i*o
■r -   un
w,
of Finance for Canada
TALES FROM THE WONDERFUL WEST
Good  Evening
Fair Ladies— and Brave Gentlemen,
We   are Really Delighted
To Greet You Again :
We've Been Busily Watching
The Comets of I-ate;
They Are Coming This Way
At a Furious Gait,
And Notice How Brightly They Shine.
Thev Are Seemingly Heading
Right Straight for the Town:
No Doubt They Are Wanting
Some More
*Royal CroXwn
It's An Eiegant Soap—All Good Comets Declare,
'Tis The Finest on Earth—And The Best in The Air!
And The Premiums Are Certainly Fine.
Write for Premium Catalogue
DESIGN   PROTECTED   BV  COPYRIGHT
will reach the  I'ai-ilie coast about   the   nv  u\w  ,wople and are  always  n  feu • '   u
first  week in  August   and  will  address   u'ra 0l- t|le sUmmer    months,  li  is hop- publi ib«-ri| i ul   1       t,.
meetings  in  Vancouver,    Victoria  and   w]  ,|1:ll   ,|„. pU|,r„. generally  will  give nhoiii  i.j per cent.,   bin   ns   the
Prince  Rupert. Lile |;,..,,.|m,,I,,. City Band .-very assist- loan  imi-  underwritten,   Fi<ddini>    may
iinceuiice  possible nnd  make ii  n  lirsl- eungrnlulale   himself   on   seeiir'nii     for
Pantkt finniuppcapu Sppvipp    "l,lss i»slitmion' Revest «i «« >»ive ' nm<i„ ihe f„n., „„ of loaning in
Ddpllbl HllllllClfidiy aClVlliB      .„„ !„,,,,.,. attraction than a good band favorable  terms.
ami   the  people shoufd   keep   this    end 	
;:„;.:;;;: TL. z £Tt. ^     grip ano PAsswaRD
See.-Treas.,   .1.   ['halen;     Bandmaster,
E.   Edwards,
The anniversary celebration in the
Baptist church on Sunday, passed off
very successfully. The preacher of the
occasion. Rev. li. S. Freeman, of
Armstrong, delivered two strong sermons. In the morning he took as lii-
siihie.i. "The \V,,ik of the Apostles."
lie showed how even the mosl famous
of these passed ..IT the stag of life
with scarce!
1. li.  !■'.
On Friday evening n number nf mem
hers of Court  Mount  Begbie, I. 0. 1'.,
met  at  the residence of '■■-...  Hell    to
I'he excellent lishing lo     bo had    at   weir    Mr,  and   Mrs.   Plumb,  organ-
word of personal    his- ! Sicamoiis jn-i   now  has  I n  attract-   izers of the Indedendent  Ordei  of For.
Sicamous
lory,      bin     wi
.Jesus Christ.   :
used  io shoiv    forth ling   a   large   number  of  visit,,
ii is tiie work of his   f„   ||.  Comireve,     proprietor
ind esters, win. are hero t<. work for the
the interests of the oi ler. In welcoming
servants today to uplift the Christ. JRellevue Hotel reports the inlliiv "f the visiting brother and -i-ii.-r to Rev-
Also that as concerning the work of guests in be well above the average, elstoke, I'likf linimei- Bro. Malt nssur-
the lna.ioriiy of the twelve nothing is .The Bellevue makes an ideal head- ed them that the Court would earn •
recorded. Yet the reward is just as The Bellevue make- an ideal head- .-ily co-operate with them in their
sure tu them as to lhe conspicuous
ones, su iln- work of the obscure dis-
ciple today i- just ns sure of re<
ward as ihai of the famous ones,
quarters for lishing an.l hunting at  all wink.    Bro. Plumb gave an interesting
seasons,  and  besides  being very    eon- meeting with, much encouragement   ind
vetiieiitly   situated  is  up-to-date  in   re- ncount      ol his  n-.-.-n-   work in other
spect  iu all ihe latest  modern Improve interior cities,  where   the   I.  Of   I-',    is
In    the   evening lu- spoke of    " The intents,    such    as electric  light,  water increased     membership.    Mrs.    Plumb,
Masters    Business,"    from     the words   system, etc, while the tariff rale- are who      shares   her  husband'slabors     in
Christ  as n boy,   •'Wish ye not    that Ivery  moderate and   the    accommodat- tin-   Foresti.   lield,   spoke  enthusiastic*
I must lie aboul my father's business"
He showed n- this wns the aim of
• lesiis  a- n  buy.  -u  il   wa-  as a man.
II is   true  alwavs   that     "the hoy    is
ion all lhat can bo desired.     Mr. Con-   .ill;.  ■■! the *u>-   the order was m,->-t.
greve is at all times prepared to lurii- iur with in uie companion courts and
i-h   the besl   of boats  for  those  wish- the greal     good      that  was done   for
ing  in    enjoy    a    lishing  trip on  the fraternalism     b\   the  sisters  an-
father    of  the    man"   and meat  priii- I waters of Shuswap lake and  to assist departments of the I. 0.  I       C\
ciples      must   early   be   wrought    into ; hi- guests g rally  to thoroughly en- tees were appointed to assist  Bro.   ind
human life.                                                    joviug  themselves  while on  ihi-    out- Sister  I'himb during  their  sta\   in the
Tin
wnik  of  the ihoir deserves    a   i
ng.
The hotel  itself has     been    but
special  mention, music taking a large  recenll)  enlarged and re-decorated and 	
place in  Ihe evenina  service.     With a j affords  a delightful     residence    where     VI'. '.. Watson i-  now   o
choir  of   fourteen   voices   the   anthems   the greatest   pleasure and comfort  can new  house at   his    ranch • -..-■
rendered were of n very    high    order.   |„. obtained at a minimum outlay. city.
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from country of origin,
WHOLESALE     DEALERS    ONLY.
BEVELSTOKB    ti. O.
Certificate of Improvements
NOTICE.
"■ Harry" mineral claim, situate in the
Trout l.iikc Mining Division of West
Kootenay District.
Where located; On Poplar Creek.
near Poplar Townsite.
TAKE NOTICE that I, A.R. Heyland
Free Miner's Certificate So. II. 25405,
Intend, sixt) days from date hereof, to
ipplj to the MliiirR Recorder lor a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose
of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above
claim.
And further take notice that action,
uu.Vr 3ectjon 37, nm-! be commenced
before the issuance ol such Certificate of
Improvements,
Dated this 1 ith d.n of April, A. D.
1911.
A. R. HEYLAND.
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
CT.   ALBEET     STONE      PROP.
NOTICE.
• To Ai.t. Whom It m w Concern:
Tnk .nice thai we, Julius Douaal
and A. E. Ilaiiih. ol the town of Nakusp, in the Province of liciti-di Ool
nnili', int.i"l tn apply to the Ohiel ol
Provincial Police 30 day- after the
date hereof, foi Ihe transfer of licence
bel.l by II. .1. UBrash. of the Hotel
Grand.   N tkusp, to  A. E. Halgh and
juiiu- ii, iical. 	
Dated  at   Nakusp, B.  0„ this ISth
dav ol A| lil.
,ll lit -  Moi OAI .
A.  I'..  HAIOU,
up 88 lm
MINERS    WANTED  For
Creek,  Big llend. Apply E.  A.
ley.
French
llr.i'1-
A. F. MASON
PRACTICAL GARDENER j
jobbing   pi imptl;    Btteuded to.   Agent  for   all kinds of #»
Tree, l" !■■-   Bulbs, etc.   Lawns and Gardens taken care f
,,l   [„',   the  Summer.   Ten::- reasonable.    Twent) years f
esperii m
Residence with F. G. Frisby.    Phone 80 *
Fruit Lands Near Revelstoke
We have for sale 80 acres of cleared
fertile lands ready for cultivation and
planting, half a mile from town, to be
divided into small blocks to suit purchasers
^
and
Per
AdvertiseintheMail-Heralil^
EASY TERMS
This is the best land in the district, baing
very fertile and suitable for growing fruit
or vegetables no irrigation needed. Tlii-s
is a paying investment.
Apply to
eneral Apci
REVELSTOKE,   B. C.
kill
■Ur.^. Bol.".':!.BirJ
,'> Page 4.
THE MA1L-PER.ALD, REV] LSTOIvE B- C
WEDNESDAY, MAY 18TH, 11)10
J
NOW IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY
LOTS FOR SALE IN
Glearview Addition
At prices one quarter of those asked
in other parts of Revelstoke
It is one of tlie most, desirable locations in the city
for Residences and has a superb outlook, fresh air, no
wind or hoi air.
Liberal Discount if Purchase MaJe During April
CALL AND SEE US FOR PRICES
REVELSTOKE GENERAL AGENCIES, Ltd.
REAL   ESTATE,   LIKE,   FIRE   AM)   ACCIDENT   INSURANCE
"I
Zbc flfoail*1bccal&
PUBLISHED WED   KsiiAY AND
SA'IUBHAY   at
REVELSTOKE. B.   C.
Jntertoi* ipubltsblnfl Company?,
Limited
Subscription   Rates
Inclll linn im-....:■■ In   tCliglillld, United  States
and Canada.
Hy I tie your lllmiiiKti l'.J-tullle,e| $2.50
Halt      "        " "            J.W
Quarter "        " "          ■■i>11
J'JU    ItlNIIN'o promptly uxuouted nt readou-
ablurato*. ..   .
TKKMS   lu-h.    outMoriptk .8 payable In nd
. \-.t:u-i-.
ADVERTISING   RATES.
Legali ,--111,-,-iit- pur lino Hint Insertion,
0 ei -111- |,e|- lill.-  eilell  Mlli.i'ililfllt   lli-i'l'l Hill
M.-ii-iii-enii'iii- Soninrlel lullnwimake une
lneliL    -i"i'-   und   uonoral  bualneia an-
nou menu  8J.s»i   por Inch por month.
1',,:.n..I   positions,   .I.i    Pel'    OODtj     IMl-
iliiii'.il.   llirllis.   ilarrlages and Deaths,
....   ni. ii  Insonton,
Land   notlcos   .1.SU    AH  advertisementd
mi i,i.ei 1.11 in- approval of Uie inanaij out.
V, .Hiii-il and C.iiidonsod Ailverttsoinonla:
\,:,.,,i- nm I, 11. Ip Wanlod, Situations
wanlod,    Sil uul ona     Vacant,     loaonors
Wanted  \'    li .en-- "'i.nie.1. I" words or
1,..-   ".',   '   mi, I Iipi.li.ll    line   1"     OuntS.
Change, hi siaudlim advortUompuU must
ne in i.j ;i ii. in.  'I n.-tl.,)  and Friday  or
di i-n w.-ek I core good display.
CORIlKSl'ONDKNCK Invited  on matters ol
publlo interest.   Communications to Kdi-     ,.iU   :,  eorps    ni     the      Nov   S.-outs? PEANUT   POLITIC ANS
lor   must  lie iiocompaniud   by   name  of .   ..
wrltor. not noooBsarUy to publication, hnl    these     eorps  me being  orcnnised    in'    Hon.  tt.  II.   helil'.mr,  t uniuliun  Mm-
asevld wofgooil faith.   Corwmpondeiioo i    ,        . . ,         h      |in.   |st       { Finance, wns  reeenllv honored
Ktl.Mll't tie nnef.
   11-1   mean-     of developing yoiitli    and   with  a   presentation  ol   slim,mm,    the
HARVEY, McCARTEK munlioocl      that    have    yet    been    in- gift    ol    his     admirers.    Immediately   '
AND PINKHAM,  ,.,.,•„, | som(! ,,f  ,|„, peannl    elem s    ot   th
BAR1I.I8TFB8, solicitors, ETC. i   Conservative     party,   headed  by    Mr,
rjiririCKh :   IaritRtAi, Uavk Huiluing Revel-       , hi.   | ml|.jpl.  government   „re  to     be lioyee,   member  for   Mironin,   look   lh
Mnnoy to loan. , congratulated  on   ihe   fact   lhat     they opportunity  to  make all  kind- ,,f    in-
way hale ai last  made lhe Inlereoh.n- sinualions  ugtiinst   ihe   Minister,    and
J. A. Hakvf.v. ial  railway  not  only  pnj   i1-  way  but the sincerity  of  hi-  admires  who eon-
show
f - 'V'.j/'
\ I      .        I.
■<. ,  V,.,-    ■..■!:'
Mas8& from 0rar/jes
Highest award  Chicago
World's Fair
•
- . ft*. •■•■■••^Tr''T^M^mm^jmmYm2i^^7^i
mum
Phosphate/
d.llll.-lL'e.     If  it
Offices: Rovnlstoko. B t'.    Craubrraik, B, I
Geo. H. McOahtkk
A. M.   I'l.VKHAM'
Ktvi'lMoko.
I'n. nlin.uk
I   loo late    to re-
ihi<    mntler   the
school bpanl  had  better do -it.
The same thing applies to other in-
duslries, The board of trade have been
trying to get a brick mannfactuiiiig
industry established in the city, yet
iln- lii'n-k tor siii-h public buildings as
the hospital and public school i-. supplied from outside points when ii  can
Wn . . . .,   ,    ,.,.i,-.._ Mate railways should ol course Iw run    to sn>   this action on  Ihe  part  nl  Mr.
ILLIAM  I.  lilvltilta | • ui -, ,     be  nia.le  nisi   as  well nnd  cheaply     at,
for lho benefit  .,1  the public and    con-   Hoyce is condemned by the responsible   .
Barrister venience in the lirsl  place, and prolils   members of ihe     Conservative   press.
Solicitor, etc. .,,,.  .,   secondary  consideration.      Still   Canudn  i-  proud uf Me.   Fielding,  ami
Sili.-it.ir fo.-:— -,,,'h   line-    should   he  run  mi   business    has a good reason lo lie.    lie i- a man
The Canadian Bank uf COMMERCE, Ii;neSi     nn(j    ,.,|;,.    ,..,,.,. ,,? ihemselves   whose    sterling    integrity  lias    never
Tuu Molsons Bank, Etc. [without   being  a   recurring  burden  on   been     doubted    ami  ne  ha-  rendered
noble service  t"  his counlrv.    lie  ha--
proved himself a cecal  statesman ami " 51)^011    ftrOOIl "
The   lime  draws   near  when     British   '""'    "'     "1"""    l!l"  Liberal party  is
Provincial Land Surveyor .'Columbia will have the h r    of    rl  justly proud. I'omonpw     night    (Thursday)     the
home. The sooner the public men of
lievelstoke '-ease knocking und playing
traitor lo their city lho better ii will
lie for themselves and the welfare of
the cily generally.
FIRST ST.,   -   REVELSTOKE, B.C.  tli" public treasiin
If
OBiiHI SMITH
lllllln   will   haM-   the   honor     ol     ll
Milling Surveyor    isi|  f h    „   , via f Canada,
KngiueerinR    .,,,..,, ,, ,   ,    ,
MoKekzie Avenue. s"  "»fnd Laur.er.   We are   glad    to
Box llltl. Rkvklstokk   learn   that   lhe     Liberal       Association
have requested   Si:   Wilfrid   to  be  their
THE    MOLSONS    BANK
INCORPORATED 1855
Capital Paid Up       -       $3,500,000
Rest Fund - -    $3,500,000
Has 65 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in all the Principal Cities of the World.
A GENERAL CANKINQ BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS     BANK   DEPARTMENT
At all Branohes     Interest allowed at highest current rate.
REVELSTOKE, 8. C. Branch, W. K. PRATT, Manager.
well known three net Irish comedy,
"Shaun Aroon," will be produced at
the Sew Edison Theatre under the
auspices  of  the   Ladies  of  the   iloiiuin
D
ALIUN A:   EVELEICI II,
ARCHITECTS
Vancouver and Revelstoke, u, c.
[illii-e,   Revelstoke, will have prompt
attention.
A tt'OHI.D'S MONTMEX'f
After ihe memorial services are ove
Friday ii  would  lie well  if our peopl
li/irns    of   '" ">""'"'" «ith th,- n-i  of ilie    Km- Catholic church.     Thi- play was pro-
.1,., |,..   nf  politi al   opinion   should   ''"'''' w""1'1 '»>■  '"  I'cnrl   lhal   the best duced some little while ago, bill uwmg
unite  in    weir in. '   him.    His  visit   vv".v to    h'"""'     the memory of King   lo the     failing    of the e trie    light,
will  probable I, ml,- th nsion i*   K(iwan]  is  ' """""   ''"'  l"'11'^    '"' a" '  lhe, ,'"f"lv*"1 ''"lll';l""'    I'ostrlono-
=                           ',    much-, iled      ralK   of  the Liberal    «l"'l> l'« «„s so ereat an apostle, the ments of the piece the public did    not
AH coniiiiiitilfiuions aildressed to Posl   i..i..         ,h|,  ,„,,„,„,,     v,,  ,„.„, ,.,„,|,i   policy  ol   peace,   uol   only  within    lhc have an opportunity ol witnessing the
empire  but   ninoni.'  lhe  nations  of  Ihe ronl  "^haun  Aroon"  and much disap-
world.   The while  races  ni lodav,    or pointmonl   wns expressed.     The    play
al  least   the strongest  of ihem    never tomorrow    night     will be up to    the
had  a  better or greater    opportunity rnark in every respect and tho reputa-
to arrive ai   an     understanding    an I   'i ib'oady gainedby  the actors    un-
■ li-iate t.-rm- ,,f peace to lhe rest    ni der tbe    tim-i    adverse circumstances
ih'    world,   vt.-u   armaments  are    the   "'" '"' sustained in this  ond    pres-
ilional  financial waste,  bill oirtalion.     The  Shaun   ii..,.ii   i-   lypi-
the  nalinn-   are nt      each rally   Irish,   the   heavier  scenes    being
Kootenay Loduo. no. is, a f. * A. M.                                                                                               thrunls      lhe\   aie i «ry. balanced  hy   ihe  spic? of  humor    and
ethei   with the fnited  States,    the comedy      and     hue      stories   running
:i-a   Empire    an  dielnle  |ience     lo through   it.    Included   in   lhe   perform-
c. w. o w.
much-n led      rs
if tl     i"   - inie    V.i man
i -u  till  the  pal ly  with  the fire ol    ac
'i    mid    hiir'u  national  aim    a
Sir Wilfrid.
Mountain   View Cnmp, No.  120
■Meet* seennd and Feurth Wodnesdars In
eni'li month, in Selkirk Hull. Visitin W'ooii-
men uoiiliullv iti viler, to atlJMid.
W   E. OMtORNE ('mi. Coin.
.' VS, MelSl'YUK. I'lnrk.
THE oi'ltiM Cl i;-i:
One ol i ii" greater,  i urse«  - I  lb itish
i 'nliimbin  citii lie  found  i      : •
._^   npiun    den-      F.vel    Itevi    loke   i-     no,
rom i       fhe  M
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Tin, roioilnr ni,,"l     eed   npill
UK'-   HM   tl.M'1   "l  I ll"
M 1SONUTEMPI.K
iiiii..,..    II,       -
-tin llnr.l M-uiii ,\
■ irli   month   nt    s
m   Visit   id '  "'
-«n    c.rjiii'iy   wel-
Bonis
if
J  T. POLLOi K, M istki
CHAS. .1   AM \N  Ski in i >m
SELKIRK  I ODOK I'J   1.0.0. K.
M.,„,
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f\     : r .  ■'■■.-.■ ri.:i ure
ceriliHlly Invited t"  ■
L   PROBYN   S.O.        IAS   M.VTHTB
Cold Range Lod«e, K  of P.
Ho. 26,   Hevolstoke, B  C.
Ml  . *KBV   A KDNK
eaeh -n n
Rail    -a    -
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T   i'    -v -■■ if y
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t'llt'BT JI II
Meets 1     "
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I
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Zbc n^)tlil*1!xn•al^
I,  mid  Uritish and :""''' "'" '"' n splendid series of mov-
-   hip i .ii formulate '"-  l'i''ui-«-  illustrntino  ihe life    and
lional  policy, histoi')'     nf    ihe     famous  Irish    hem
l  in„nun "in "''""  ll"' Shaiichrauii."
I,,,,.  ,-,,,,i.l Seats     an-    mi  -ah- at   Mucdonnld's
| VII, Driiii   Store at   popular  priivs,      li   is
 —  hoped    lhal   the  | pie will  patronize
.-, i ||  ,i|-   \, i j 111 \ ''"' l,'n> tomorrow  night ns  the actors
f tl onation   h'"" ''"  '''" '" ''"'''' l"'""r "' "U,U'1
h    taken al "  ;'  |,lcBsin8 m,ve**'
vercign,    at .un
-
and    ih-
ivernmenl
'     porl ion  «> ;
th May  -I—The   Swiss   Hell   Ringers.   The
a i famous    Eckhnrdts.     New Edison
on   ' Theatre.
\.        ;n
the
•
,           to ,'une   fi—Canada's       Innullls    eonu-diall,
„ i, "Jimmy   Fax"   nnd   his  star  l'i,..
in New Edison Theatre.
Coming [vents
Mny 27—Thn Scot I ish Prinm Doniui
MisM Jessie MoLachlnn nnd Cor
'fit Company,  Edison Theatre.
NOTICE!
i        '      '      eru      organisation      i       well
emhei     ol   F  Co.,   I"'-'      Id    i
M      l:       lid the f'ily I ire
i| I.    ."!       i       take
ii  di     , ii.- hi hi
I -I ■      Will,  i'i ioi        i.i     ihe
ind    hi.-   n
l l'i   - in       i ho
hi     UriJI
.   'I   Ki li/ii
I n      th"
I.'       MINI.
I      '1     |(
«ns*m
i ASK FOR
jvrrp
y_ jgl*Sr\ FOIt        "K
6flme6-\
A Good Line
FOR    EVERYBODY
Fop &c~ile Evenywbepe
Musical [vent of the Season
Edison  Theatre
May 24th. (Victoria Day)
The Premier Musical Specialists
of  America
I
The largest and most complete collection of Musical
Instruments and Novelties
ever assembled
Admission, SDc.
Reserved Seats, /5c.   -
Children, 25 Cents
Book Seats Early at Macdonald's Drug Store
Cummings Transfer Go. Ltd.]
Freight and Parcels  Promptly   Delivered
Baggage Transferred
Furniture and] Piano  Moving a Specialty
OFFICE:    SECOND STREET.
PHONE 276
WANTED!
A man or a boy to hord
COWS ilurii u tho (lay. Apply
to MAIL-HERALD.
TO   INVESTORS
II you wnnt n nuro InVMbnint, and onn
thnt will MnmlthnclOMi.l IniptStlon ivnt..
The Over-Land  Financiers limited,
VAKCOUVtn,   d  o.      inch IM WEDNESDAY, MAY KTTT. 1MCI
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
P»£«l
If our methods suit you
tell others.    If  they don't
suit you tell us.    Any criticism   of    our   mode   of
doing   business    will    be
appreciated.
HUME'S SPECIAL
A news sheet devoted to the interests of the citizens of Revelstoke and surrounding
towns and settlements.     Our aim is to place before the purchasing
public the facilities of Our Big Department Store.
Mail Orders.
Telephone Orders.
Send   the   children    to
the store.    Come yourself.
Have our city traveller
call   at   your   home   for
orders.
ft
y
field
es
Friday and Saturday
Bargains
iIn Friday nml Saturday
we will sell ut n bargain,
20 OZ bottles of pickles at
only 'JO ' ents p<>r bottle,
liegular price 30 cents.
Order early and get some.
Biscuits
In this line we are at your
service, .lust unloaded a
car of biscuits of the latest
makes. All fresh stock.
Grahani Wafers in cartons
at 15c, and 2lb, tins 40c.
dinger Snaps in packages
at 15c, and bulk at 21b.
for 25o. Fancy Biscuits,
fifty different kinds, '25c
per lb. SoJa Biscuits in
lib., 21b., and :!lb. pack-
ages, and 101b. and 251b.
boxes, at prices that will
make you sit up and take
notice.
Lime Juice
All the boys on the water
wagon are drinking our
sparkling pure lime juice,
Montserrat in quart bottles at 50o., and Nabob at
35c, We handle the best
and purest on the market.
Get It at Hume's
Ck
eese
Can you enjoy your lunch
without Cheese, Wa help
you to enjoy your lunobei
bj telling vnu Mime uf the
richest nnd puresl cheese
mi the market, Canadian
( beese, [ngersol] Cream
Cheese, MoLaren's Cheese
in four different si/.es, and
Stilton I Iheese, < >rder a
wedge of your favorite kind
Get It at Hume's
Muslin Dresses
One-Piece
Ladies and Misses one-piece
dresses in Fine Muslin, neat
and practical. Easy to slip
on. No separate belt or collar. Fach laundryinii brings
them back neat and crisp. So
many ladies have been delighted with these dreseeB.
Some in white, and some in
tbe new colorings See them.
The price
$6.75. 5.75, 4.75
Wkite Wear
Showing
Snowy White Lingerie that
delights the heart of the
dainty dresser. The June
Bride and the Summer Girl
will want these. Plenty of
Dainty White Petticoats, Corset Covers, Gowns, etc., selling
these days for the Bride's
Shower, and the personal gift.
Th»y are appreciated too.
You will be delighted with
the showing.
Umbrellas
A Thing of Beauty is a Joy
for ever. Even in so common
place an article as the 1'm-
brella there is artistic beauty
in this day of good dressing.
A whole hundred new ones on
the counters for present selling. A great many ladies
prefer the useful umbrella as
a sunshade. They come in
Black in' a variety of cloths
and tbe handles are something different :—The new
Mis-ion Handle, the New Director Handle, the New Hold
Handles, the New Sterling
Handles.   From
$2 to $7.50
H
h
ammocKs
Prom England, as -irnng and
stuidy at tbe proverbial • dd
i i untry .: ">dr. Experience
bai taught us the best colors
tn buy in these I lammooks,
There are certain colors that
-land the exposure to sun
and weather. We bave your
Hammock complete with
books and nails ready to
swing on your vi randa or
under your trees, al 12 to sin
Y
our
s
ummer
Suit
Very soon, perhaps to-day
you will be thinking of a
light cool suit for summer
Let us have the pleasure
of showing you our line in
nobby light weight goods.
Light gray and Slate worsted in the most up-to-
date styles. The trousers
are all finished with buttons inside and belt straps
to enable the wearer to do
without a vest in the hot
weather. We guarantee
20th Century Clothing to
hold its shape. This suit
in light and dark gray
and slates, at
$23.00
Curtains-Curtain Goods
I >ur stock of these goods surpasses any previous
attempt. Choice Madras MuBlin and Curtain Nets in
White Cream, Ivory and Arab. Also a nice assortment of heavy colored goods for drapery purposes.
We have the very newest in Lace and Net Curtains,
in all shades.   A nice assortment of Fillet Net Goods.
Unexcelled for Quality and Price
Want a
Pair of
REGAL SHOES
—and tn dors every ollu r Well-dressed m.in lien-.     I lir) 're tie-
smartest sliocs dial money  can buy— exact   reproductions   <il
expensive metropolitan custom models.    1 hry're tn.ulr in ,/i/ur/er-
slzes, (.iving you an I '•< ( III-     Regal .Slim.', alt the greatest slum
vulucs iii lhe world   Inat't why we sell tlicm.
Let us show you tlie new Spring styll
$5.00 and $6.00
The I'.li'vulur Is the niti-t perfect type ol passenger eli
made, We spared no expen-' •"
,'. i t be best and most reliable. All
i he afoty devices so far produced
you will liiul mi it, 'I he ui"-t
approved automatic lafety brake.
C. B. Hume Sr Co.
DEPARTMENT   STORE
Revelstoke,   *   B. C.
Coff
ees
With our large Btock of
Coffees now in we are able
to supply the wants of
anyone. We buy often
mnl our goods are fresh.
We specially ui.ik- men-
tin i (it our -tuck nf .Mocha
and Java Coffee, which we
buy iu the bean, and
grind it while you wait,
This is the hest coffee that
money can buy. Vou can
bave it granulated, pulverized, or in ihe bean,
The aroma of tins ■■ iffee
creates an appetite and
its taste satislies it. Try
a pound.
Do UN
OW
(iet our prices on all kinds
of i Groceries. We know
we can save you money
if you will only give us a
chance. We buy J right
therefore wecan sell right.
Saving money for ourselves, we save money for
you. Our aim is to give
our customers the right
goods at the right prices.
If we se.id you in mistake
anything that's not right,
tell us and we will correct
it. To please is our ambition.
Muslins
Fontella Swiss
A decided hit in colored
muslins. A fine sheer muslin with a dainty over-
check and spot in colors
Por Children's or Misses
Dresses they are particularly nice. Aimoetevery
color represented in the
line. A special urice per
yard
25c.
H
osiery
Tan     l.aee      HoSI       Bl ■   ■ \
i ue   Hose,   While
I lose,   Tan   ' lause I Lisle
Hose,   Black  Gauss
Hose, Silk || ni;
mnl a  ' ore ol da nty and
■
ill   l.'l.lle
Fancy 11
Take the Elevator
You may Qnd s mistake in
'mr accounting, lei us know if you
do,   We havi
liinjj
mr utmost t'' with the
times.    You can hel|
now "l uiv mistal     ial - taz" G.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE B C.
Wi:i)N I .SUA V.  MAY  M'H,  llllli
POLICE cow
c      Moniluj . li"'""' -I.  II.  Jaekson,
,1.   I'..   ri i   I'n1   v    v. ii.-   ehlirueil   will'   be-
i ...nl  ilisiirdiM l\   in  tin- street
I ,■ .  i  >_'('   mil  vj.:,ii  „,.!.  ur :ui .1 ij
i
s. I''nx, , lini'ii I with it similar' off-
," ... « , I'm .1 sin ami S'J..Mi eusts or
I"    i ..     in ill-fault.
• 1 Sail li'l -un w ns lirn.i_lil up nn a
I'M hell   ' 'I   ll   le:il her   -ilil   fuse
li    ■      iiii     Citj   Iii.t.'l.  \ nine su.     Ac-
|ili lllll   I    uol    t nill! .
I        I'     I,    ll"     illfol'l     ml      Ilill      lie
lei          II     .11     llle    '   ill
i, lor ii  ; « dn\ s.
I ' || l     lllll'l'    -I i|>
i lollies   iii  il       \. i  . I'll
lien    i-on
I iiill   he     llllll
\ ;  ,- hi.-
.
lllll    III'   went      to
A ill    II     Vi 111 "i'l.        llle
iii  i.'liiin  ii   and    ex-
1     one    he
i . ilil,     lie   ll el   no   iiiteii-
i ■ ■ ii    mil   ni.''in   in    re-
p i mi I      ii'iuri
• ■ i .i" i 22: J   SSf.'iO
i. lis impi isonmenl.
SPORTING NOTES
IUSEBAT.Ii
NOTICE TO PUBLIC
The polled have secured the services
of a  scavenger,   Any persons desirous
e Iof  having tl"'"'     closets  or cesspools
season was plaved on Thursdiu   uiKlit   cleaned,     should leave word    at    the
' ...   l„..1'..... ,.i„i;„„
lieiwei'ii   iiiiii'-   i .'[ii'i'-i'iii nei.     s-iiivlhes
H. U. PARBY,
Chief of Police
Ciirnr Store and MeKinnon's Cigar
Store. Tlie popiilnrilj of theso Iwo
institutions in lhe eity attracted n
largo erowil of interested spceentors to
lhe   V.   M.   i .    \.   grounds  on   1st.   St.
A   feiillll'e of   the  gn   as  a   whole  was
ilie alisenee of any trouble or com-
plainis, nu I lhe referee ll. Square-
. ' lueleil the game in good
shape. The niiiii rivalry between the
Iwo   stores  evoked   niiiel
NOTICE
Take notice that we intend to make
application to the Superintendent of
Provincial Police for a renewal of our
retail liquor license inv the premises
known as the T.el.unl hotel, Nakusp,
I*. I'., for the half-year from June 30,
,„l n,,,,,,,.,!   1910 to 11 niliiT 31st, 1910.
well
Inking
I'illill!
-ill,'-.
work
mndo,
Ogilvie k  McKitrick,
Mav 3rd, IHIO.
md   littnlei
: lie     !"" : ilors   inii
lloth      loams    ilil
somo excellent   play  was     mndo,    tho ! NIVI h '
Miir I'.-uliiii.. iii a win foi Mi Kin T 'd-e notice thai 30 dai- after date
non's team with ., •euro of 7-1, Tl... ,"" intend to "PP'y '" ll»> Superfn-
a    follov   i   MeKinnon . I.tendent of Provincial Police for a   re
am!
the
life Imprisonment for Hyde
i. City,   Mm    1(1.   The    Grand
indietmonts Inn ji 113
Dr. Il\ ■ ■ ll in inloi in ' ho first 'le-
'11 with the deaths of
I 'ul. Su. i| r mnl i Ini lnian Swnpo., and
' ler  in  ■ Minn i-tion    with  the
de iti   '.i   Moss   llnnioii.
Tn .'ni Hi. Hyde wns indicted on
cloven ' minis, I iii' remaining indii t-
ments charging him with trying to
murder members of the Swope family
i'.i ilili itliieint! h ['I.ulii germs and poi-
• iii'i il.e modieines ndministerod
le.   him.    'I ■  was  sontoneoil  to  impris-
 nenl       foi       life       in     the      slate
l" itiary.
line ii[i wn
Kskridgc, pitcher; While. catcher;
ttnin, l-i use: I'm.I. 2nd liaso; (1.
Knighl. 3rd huso; S, Norman, s.s.; II.
Mulhollaod, '■• f.: II. MeKinnon, r. I.
Crowe, I.  f.
Stnv ih.' II. Hiirridgo, piteher; Cnl-
der, entehVr; McKnehren, I-i base;
lliiugh, -ini base; ITurrison, 2rd,bnse:
ICdwards,     s.s.;      McDonald, e. i.;    B.
Sill) lhe.    I'.I.:    Im    Wnliey.   I.f.
.A return match will probably be arranged  at   a  later date.
Tin' Lawn Tennis t'lnli ate trying to
arrange for a tournament this month,
ihe details of which will lie announc-
el   later.
iASk FOR
Tiie Royal Oath
li   i-   th"    nnlh   taken   al   the  aeces.
lion, an I   nil    I ll"    nlnll'll inn ual ll   lhal
evokes   the  |n -is   uf  hi-     Majesty's
Human   I'nthnlic   subjects.      Th ro-
nation oalh, while binding tiie Sovereign   'n   tin    I'roii"-;am   religion   makes.
n innil-ill   upon  th"  beliefs  ni     liu -
iiiai. I 'nlholies. 11 simply - i\ - thai
Hi" Kim; will maintain th" law- nf
*'<i'l. ' ii> m a.- gospel, ui'l tli" Pro-
"I.-' in     Reformed   reliiti "'  estnblish-
"ed    V.     1 ;w . The      a", .'--inn       ...ilh.
win. h i- tnki ii immediately that the
Crown jii--"- in the new ruler, is an.
othei i 'nn. 11 requires ihe King in
pi    io   n   ■     n|i"ii      lho  .\n. trines    and
pi'lie.l iees   of   hi-    In iltlal     '  II I 111 ilie      Mile
I   i   in   war   lhat   in   hi-   iiiilL.-
nii'iil   11 it. Ml. ; an' iation,
lion  of  'I ■   Virgin  Mnry, llu
lion  ol      '■ ,1   : rn      ,m m ,   ,,f ||,,.
mn
Hi-:   M.   i,:'   ,,..ii -, .    fjve.    lhe    '
tm       ll	
11   wa-  the detent
lirsl V, Mat
thut   thi
-
-
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i   . .
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faith.     I'n     ■
«
■
■
doubl
I a
'
i
*ffoiden
mmmm
A Good Line
FOR   EVERYBODY
Fop Sale Everywhere
SYNOPSIS    OF    REGUI-ATIONS    GC\
KKNINli   THE   DISl'OSAL   OF   DOMINION      UNUS      WITHIN      THE
RAILWAY.   BELT   IN   THE   ^KOV-
INCB OK BRITISH COLUMBIA.
A LICENSE tu cul Umber can be to-
quired unly at public competition. A
rental ot j.'. p--r BQUare mil,- is charged
tor all timber bertlis except those situated west of Vale for whicli Uie tenia: is
ai tlie ill" of it cents per acre per annum,
la adiliiiuti io ihe rental, dues al ino
following: rates are oharffe4:—
Sawn   lumber,   M   cents   per   thousand
feet   H.M.
Railway ties, eight and nine feet KMUJ,
:  \ 7.1 cell Is each.
bolta, '£ cents a curd.
AU other products,  5 per cent on  the
sales.
A   license  ta  issued  so  sour,  as a  berth
.   irranted   but   m  ■urveyed  teirltory ao
r  enn  he ent  "n  a  berth  until th«
.: - nsee baa made  lbu .-v-^:.
....    .. -   granted
i .:aae
... ... . ■  tim-
'-.   .
."tain
. A w..od for
s ■:.petition.
lues   ... ■ . -   '   are
-cjir«
wood   ex-
.i.    ■ I 1-1 cent]
newal  of the  retail  liquor  license for
the Glacier House, Glacier, P.. C, for
lhe   half  year   from   .lllll"   30,   1910-      to
December 31st, 1910.
C.  IV Ky. Toy.
May 3rd, 1910.
NOTICE.
Take notice that 30 days after date 1
intend to apple to the Superintendent
of Provincial Police tor a' renewal of
the retail liquor licence lor the Union
Hotel, Arrowhead, I!. I', for the half-
year from Jinn- 30th, 1910, tn Dec. .ils'.,
1910.
Dated May 'Itli, 1910.
May 4 lm. W. J, I.ir.nnilKNK.
NOTICE
Take notice that I intend to apply to
the Superintendent of the Provincial
Police for a renewal of tlie retail liquor
license for the City Hotel. Arrowhead,
II C, for the half year from June 30th,
1910, (o Dec. 31st, 1910.
DatedJMay 7th, 1910.
may 7 lm JOHN CATHY.
NOTICE.
Take notice that .'0 days after date
we inieud to apply to the Superintendent of the Provincial Police for a renewal
of the retail liquor license for the Lake-
view Hotel, Arrowhead, B. C, lor the
half year from June 30th, 1910, to Dee.
-ilst,. 1910.
Dated M:i>  Uli. 1910.
Mav4 lm. Chapman & Irwin.
NOTICE.
Notice is herein given that Ml days
after date 1 intend to apply to |the
Superintendent ol the Provincial Police
for a renewal of the retail liquor license
for the Queen's Hotel, Comaplix, it. C,
for the half year from June 30th. 1910,
tn Dec.31st, 1910.
Dale! Mai Wl, 1910.
Maj 1 lm .1. II. YOUNG.
US   Tee.
Synopsis of Canadian Homestead Regulations
ANY Hvuilnhltt Dominion Lands within tha
Railway Unit in Uritish Columbia, may
bo homasteaaed by any portion who is tho nulo
heail uf a ftimily.or nny niato ovor 18 yours of
a«e, tn tho oxtnntof ono-iiuiirtoi• ^tjctiuu of ltMJ
hcres moro or less.
Kntry must l>« mado norHonally nt the lucM
land nfllee fur tho di.-anrt in which tho land is
riituuto: Eutry hy i>rnxy nuiv, howovor, ho
made nn certain conditions uy tho fnthor,
3nther, sun. daiiKhtor, brnthor nr slstor nf an
Intending hnme^tender.
Tho humosteador is required tn perform the
conditions cnunoctotl therewith under one uf
l1i» following plans :
(1) At least six months' rosideiico upon and
.•nl: i wu inn nl ilm 1.uul in oaeh year for three
years.
ii) tf the father (or mother, if tho father is
deceased) uf tho homesteader resides upon a
farm in the vtrinity nf the land eutorsd fur. tlio
requirements as to residence may he satisfied
by raoh person resldiug with tho I'atlior nr
mother.
(3) If tho settlor has his permanent residence
upon farming land owned by him In the vicinity nf his homestead, tho requirements as tu
residence may be satisfied hy residence upon
the said Ini d.
Six months' notloe In writing pbould bn given
tu the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at
Ottawa uf Inteutlon tn apply fur patent
Coal. -Coal mining rights may lm leased for
n period nf twenty-one years nt nu annual
rental «>f H por acre, Nut more than 2,580
ncrns   shall  be leased  tu uno Individual ur
company. A myalty nt the rate of tl\o cent
per tun shall be collected nn the tnorchnntah)
OOal mined.
\V, W, CORY,
Deputy nf the Minister nf the Interior.
N H. • Unauthorised publication ol   this ad
vertisemeut will nnl he unid for.
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SPRING IS HERE
IWow ts tbc mine of meat' for Scc6 flManttno
JBcauttfs .Uouv Onrftcns
A    largo ,'ism'iiiiiiiit of Krosli Garden nml l?ielil Seeds,  hu'liiding
S'l'l'.l'.l.   BKIGGS    FERRY'S    MAN'S    M, KI-N'XII'.'S
AMI BURPEE'S.    Pine Lawn Grass, Clover, Timothy, Alfalfa
The Paget Supply Co'y.
E. W. B   PAGET
To Trappers
Raw Purs Bought
Cash Prices Paid
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Purs.
NOTICE.
Take notice that 1 intend to apply to
the Superintendent of the Provincial
Police for a renewal of the retail lienor
lor the Kootenaj Hotel. Burton
City, l>. C., fur the hull year from June
iOtii, 1910 to Dec. 31st, 1910.
Dated Maj  Ilh. 191".
: lm WM. UlYATT.
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NOTICE.
Take notice that thirty days after
date I intend to apply to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for a renewal of Liquor License for the St.
Leon Hotel, St. I.eon, IVC, for the
half year from May Hist., to December 31st,, 1910.
M. CKADY.
NOTICE.
Thirty days after date of this advertisement we intend to make application to the Superintendent of Provincial Police, Yiutorin, for a renewal of
Retail Lienor License for the Grand
Hotel, Naku«p, B.C., Irom July 1st to
December 31st., 1910.
DOVGAL k nAIGH.
NOTICE.
Take notice that thirty days after
date I intend to make application to
the superintendenl of provincial police
for a renewal of lietail Liquor License
for the Kootenay Hotel. Burton, B.C.,
for the half year endintr December 31,
1910.
Dated May 1st.. 1910.
STF.PITKN  PODBIELAN'CIR.
NOTICE
Take notice that 30 days after date
I intend to apply to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for n renewal
of the retail liquor license for the
Hotel Beaton, at Beaton, B. C, for
the half-year from .Tune 30, 1910, to
December 31st,  1910.
Dated May  Ilh,  1910.
J. A. TJTTCW.
TENDERS
Bids are requested for the following
trades up to Saturday, May 7th on
New Bank of Commerce, Revelstoke.
Excavating, Masonry. Plumbing;, lleat-
ing ukI Metal Work. Carpentry, Pain-
tin-' and Glazing, Sand nnd Gravel
per miii. yard. Plans and Spccifi-
'■iii'in-< inn lie seen nt the Bank of
Commerce, or by applying to    W.  H.
.v.  >"ii,  Union Hotel.
Lowest or any tender not necessari-
I'ted.
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged and Improved.    First-Class In every respect.    All modern conveniences
Large Sample Rooms.
Rates, $2.00 per day        Special Weekly Rates.
Revelstoke, B.C.
Doyle and Allum, Ltd,
are   disposing  of  their  entire  Stock  at a
small advance on cost.      It will pay you to
investigate   their    prices    on    Diamonds
Jewelry,  Cut   Glass,  Silverware,   Watches
Doyle and Allum, Limited
West Kootenay Steam Laundry
Revelstoke,  B. C.
Send your Blankets and have them
Properly and Promptly Cleaned.
SHIRTS AND  COLLARS  A   SPECIALTY
Satisfaction guanauteed in all linen
Phone 73.      Office Corner 2nd. St., and Mackenzie Ave.
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WANTED—Smart   offioe  boy.   Apply
in uriiin^ tu Box 20fi, city. tf.
Moving  Pictures  to-night.
TO LET—Furnished room, suitable
lot either one nr two gentlemen, Centrally located.    Apply this ullice.
UA.V'I Kb—A caretaker fur tlm V,
M i a Apply to V M. ii. A. riecre-
tary.
i   "i    !■'   .I    Ranch    at
Clanvrilli  i v-       Mai.
Clanwllliam    B    C to
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NOTICE
Our logs are stamped
on tho ond "E" and all
porsons are warned
against taking them or
the driving ot nails or
spikes therein. Do not
touch our Iol;s.
Revelstoke Sawmill  Co..  Ltd.
You will buy "The Traveller" shoe Ihis
year because you will hear about it—hear it
often—hear of it from the makers, antl they
know everything that is in it, from the last
touch of the outsole to tlie top of the uppers.
You will hear of it from the dealer, and he knows
"The Traveller" shoe from what his customers
tell him, and you'll buy it again because your
own judgment will tell you it's a different shoe
—a better shoe a shoe that not only fits, but
always stays fitted, because the unseen parts
are built on honor—there is no "sham" in
"The Traveller" shoe. Remember they'll lil
we have a last for most everybody.
ASK YOUR DEALER FOR AMES-HOLDEN SHOES.
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in    WHOM     IT   MAY   CONCERN.
I li in certify thnt  1 lost a cow
in in il with the Briti >h Ann rioan
i lock A   oi Iation,  Ltd., for $10
nml thai 1 have this dato received,
through v.. B Robertion, Iheir local
im' ontatlvc ' Revelatoke, 1!. C,
ottlomonl in full.
■ n.   "I '"li'. B.C.,   this  10th
day nf Mn- .  I'.'1",
J. A. MORGAN.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given thnt 30 day
after dntc I intend     to apply for
retail liquor licen.se in reipeot of the
premises nt Downie Creek, Rig    fieirf.
divtrii't of West Kootenay, Known   as
the Downie Creek Hotel.
Dated May 10th, 1910.
GEORGE C  HAWKER.
WANTKP— Iiy   competent  man, job
laa  conk   tn Mimll gang—A. Hadleb
Y.M.C.A. WEDNESDAY, MAV ISTH, 101(1
THE MAJL-HERA.LD, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Pag.1
BUILD IP
REVELSTOKE
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Local Industry
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GET YOUR  _
PRINTING
AT HOME
We cTWAIL-HERALD
has new type and printing machinery
Our stock sf printing papers is large and
well selected.
WE PRINT
Letterheads - Billheads - Cards
cTVIenus - Envelopes - Programs
Books and Booklets - Loose Leaf
(Recount Forms - Ball Programs
Wedding Stationery - Memoriam
Cards - Lumber Forms - Tags, Etc.
-ADDRESS-
THE INTERIOR PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Agents for the famous
EMPIRE TYPEWRITER
$60.00 Cash
A Revelation in Tea Goodness
is a delicious and fragrant blend of the finest Ceylon Tea-
Get a package from your grocer and enjoy it. excellent qualities.
 Black, Mlxod and Natural (jrcen, 40c. ■" Ic, 60c and 70c per lb. 	
FDST GEORGE
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i-  I  thi' ii nr;   pari -    • •'      ha
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Xiiviaati in open   !          it ihi   _  -■  of
April   lift ivecll Siitlii  Tivi .   :          i ■
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l:ni ! :•   Tn    ,. ..   . . ■■   . ■ ree
.'.'I-'.- .'I u liiski \ .... ■ ' ■ | ., [, . |.
iln ii !'■ i lio ■• - nt. Iuu i hi. not proving
suHicieni (or the importance of tha
occasion  :,   ..ini"  wus  despatched    to
Wl!   HIV   lll'lllljwl   Hill
l-'lll'l     I il'lMM,'    llllll     ill,'     Nl'M      Ilill'll I||
try,    probnbl}      fn.in   the (nr    h   li.,-
been     -nu.'.I    i, mcmljcr of the    M.i'
Herald staff i- going in  il ' "iih    ,i
newspaper plant. While wo lum.. noth
inu' pot'sonull} uboul i hnl -'■' i .nn we
have ilu' advantage of information
gained at lirsl hand from a reliabli
representative nf this pi
spenl some lime in iln- country mil
has been in nn exceptionally good [ios-
iiii,ii io Lii'i information.
I III'.  I.A\U
(Jucsnollc i- tin' mosl northerly point
.•ii which fuliivntion in any extent
has been attempted. Between Ques-
ni'lli'  ami   l;uii   lii'niMi'   ilii'ii-  i-;    verv
little     good    land.   In fact it is    ail   Q«esnelle for a further thr ..-■-.
poor,   ll   i-  chiefly   jurk-pine  ' try.      Ynruna and other substitutes for ilm
h I,;- been stated there are large real nnU'la llaV" already been :-."!
areas of prairie around Kurt George. ."'"» deadly effect, and ii, re ia a
Such ia absolute,}'    untrue.     The land   "P'endid opening for a Kansas    State
is all mora .a- less    timbered.   Iml 1   prohibition din-    .,,„■„.
j pi.- are staking  ihi<  land  for timi      s""'"  iden  "'   tlle chanjed    method
ber purposes, declaring thai it has nol   "' travelling may l„. gained from thu
mor.. than ■'■  feel  lo the acre on of   ia'''   ,,1:"  °-  l(-  N-  tt[lui'' »nd    1;- w-
timbi'i  ii. which is probably true. ll!"-'-''» "f ll"' B«rvey staff, and mi-
Still this is mm way i„ avoid ihr other traveller came out la-. .,"'..
I principle of acquiring timber lund fl'"m '''"" <>orge to the railway-in 36
from tlm governmenl and i- Inrgely '"""'s- n"'v le" ''"" '"""'-'' bV
followed. stoamer at '•' a.m. arriving at   9 p.m.
I'he land at Fort ficorge slopes back lh«< ni81>' «< XoduCreek, traw ing
from tlm river. Port tleorge is „ good '•"'" milos' N"M morning tin ; left
u.wnsii,.. th,. main difficulty being ihe SodaC'reek by automobile at 7 a.m.,
obtaining of a water supply. For the ,""1 werp '" *»hcroft, :i distance of
present water will  have  to lm    hauled   ";" mil'"'  b>   a  lin!''  after Ij  p.m. tlf
or pumped from tho river, and there is   several  automobiles on  tl. nl  ih.-ir
a hill behind the Hudson    Bay    I o.'s   automobile was, however, the only .am
store    at     south    Fort    George thai   ,,ml   '-""     through,  the others    with
would    make    a    good   reservoir  site.   ,1"'ir Passengers being all  laid   up     .1
The      Nei-haio    river  Hows   northwest   ""-   ''"'  n1'irl  ,n  undergo  repairs    or
from Fort George and in ihis    valley  for want of tuel-
there    is    splendid  land.      This    good
land extends all the way up io Fraser
Lake, a    distance of  175 miles    in    a
Straight   line,  for   I IH I  miles     following
tlie sinuosities of the river,    so    thnt
chore  is quite  a  stretch  of it.       The
Provincial   governmenl   have  thrown  a
reserve over the hest of thi. land nnd
Mr. I Ireen, surveyor of N'elson, is sur-
veyiag   it   with a view to its   being
opeaed for pre-emption.
Retweon the Salmon and Stuart rivers there is ,., line stretch of countryf '
lying io au elevation of 300 lo .">'h»
fis't above the fraser river. The
worst feature of this country is that
is subject to summer frosts, though
it is believed theso will disappear as
ihe country is cleared and opened up
by settlers, as lm- been the experience
i.n ihe prairie.
When our representative left Port
iiei,nre the Iteginning of May there
was -still a ureal ileal of ire on the
bands of the Fraser and Nechaco rivers th.murli both were navigable.
POPtJLATION
The only pari of  Ion  '• u'.' "here
there wero buildings was South Fori
George. Where Ihere were I". buildings, air! probably 050 people resident, lis' only business places wore:
Rvstnuranr run bj Davit and II. Rot-
lonhurg, formerly of Troul Lake City;
three stor nductod  respectively In-
1 he llu.l on  l'.a\   I lomp nu .   \    Im   Hutu
ilion.  .iml   Rlalr   onl  Co.,  of  H irkei
' vill,-;  Tribune nowsp ipei    ollice;    real
.■ iai.   oil ■ ■    i nn In   ■!    Brongei    mnl
\t      I  I     noil   I..i lilllli,      hulls,.,   Style's
liiinl. hou .. I', iiii. of I'.   V A . barbel
hop   Foi I  ' Inorgo  Lun Imi   and  Vivi
in • "    -I    Hi I :. '.a , \    \l
P. I'f f..i    iirand    I'mk. hu. limit   a
hou o ahd i   living    hi '■       McGi
nud     llore    Imvo a    iii I . j   olio e     m.I
I... imIiii_.     hou •■     foi   t I.n   ni.'li,    who
i 'iu.ruL'i''l ou provincial survey, on
I.n lie   Salmon     It,   l   ,>  ,,.
I'm   tli.   Ilml i,|,  Hay l'o.  here.
lllll   I'lll I I ica
Thoro ai'-  i">. I "ti ervative   \   oris
te.n  .   .' ell     lm    >'.|   le.    lh.'   in in     u ho
wanl    lo I"    onsiilered
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I..', hip of about  iw.K...
I In i.     i . i.    I '' ■     liver.
Imi  this also 1 I
ii In. I, ii   I',   N   u   ' , .       i
I Ul fPj  HI        fill      M
Nf ha' "Mm il      'li      lii -li
water,     n.-l I i
. .ni n i' i   i »  'In- l'i,      i   nr to Tet.
■I;   I ' i' hi'.     . i   I lei ■    i      i     ' " ■   li     ..f
170 mil,"- ,,f tin   Prater n    I  .Mo Iron)
Jessie Maclachlan Coning
Tho atuiouDcemenI lhat Jessie "1-
lat'han, queen <»f Scottish and Gaelio
<«>ni:, one ol tin- greatest of the living ballad -inL!«-i* of her sex i^ making' ,i tour ..f Canada and the Ini led
States thi-; coming *tfason» will !»•;
read with pleasure by thousands uf
her admires ail over the ^orth Antri-
can continent.
...Since her last \i-it in Canada !tfiu
aXaclachan h.i- toured \. ti i!..i. Ne*
Zealand anl Tncraania, i'.i in every
p!.i- <• vi<iit«<l by li'' on that tour *he
met with a perfect ovution. \'h> ;-:■--■<
ropresentativen were of the unanin
opinion that no artist in ''■'" lasl 50
years, hat created io profound an impression or met with -.» euthu«iastic a
reception. Miss Maclachan li.i- Ix-en
singing in her native land lately, md
those who have heard her state that
she i- in splendid vol e. Mi-- Ma -
lachan «ill be suppoi I--I by i strong
company of her own. Her tour west
of the groat  lakes and to " * i
oa i «il! 1m> under thf direction of
Wallace (.raham, th*- well knowi n-
■ ■■11 direct oi of Brandon, M <.:.. Ke-
tnember ihi d ite, M lj 27th a: *he
I .ii . - n   I heat re
James Fax Company
i .-I.'i.i I'.-d i.ut,u.iisi  "
Probably     ■ n   is
u.-l. om.. announoemenl
. ono 11  ;:oing  pwpli     '■   '
thai   I .     I i\ •!.«
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tbi ..
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Mil tion-
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will no   I" iln  rlra«  .:.
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THE MAIL-HERALD REVELSTOKE, B- 0
WEDNESDAY, MAV ISTH, 1910
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New Showing of Summer Sunshades
Inspection alone will convince you that our
Dainty Parasols are easily the best value
ever shown in the City.
Lawn Waists
$2.(in Lawn Waists
*1.50 Lawn Waists
at $1.25
at $1.»0
White Lawn Waists, embroidered
fronts, Collars attached, trimmed
with lucks anil lace, now full
length sleeve.
Read
all   new.
Millinery
a few of the bargains
stylish,   this  Spring
below —
s   latest
makes.
15 regul
Sale Table
at- $5 and $0 trimmed
Your ehoice
hats on
for $3.00
10 Regular $7.50 and $9.00
hats.                ...On Sale Table
trimmed
for $5.00
Entire!}
new and exclusive dt
?si;j;ns.
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Come   Early,   as at   These   Bargain   Prices
They Will  Not Last Long
REID 6& YOUNG
LOCAL AND GENERAL
A  raw li at Galena  Bnj   hns changed
Inin.I- at ii big pr.ee.
1 S. MeCnrteL' lias rerurned from
:i business trip to Golden.
• I. M. Doyle, i.i 111.' P. Hums Co.,
"a-  ,i  visitor  in   Revelstoke  the    end
..F tl,,' week.
I    Trimble  ini Is  building  it  house
i'i. S t"l street   wesl  nnil taking    up
lii> residence  there.
IV.   \.   Morris has commenced Dying
hi- homine. pic -.   Tlie l"i: contains
Men,, very valuable birds.
Mi- I Kilpatrick leavds tlii.- week
lm : few in..mil- visil I., her ..I,I
li.i.ii"  in  Prince  Edward   Island.
• It. Kirkputrii I., nf l.'erguson, and
now piie in i..| constable at Field waa
u \ i-it..r  i" tie- eity ..I,  Mondnv
Mm   «   M. I awrenci   md 111-   B.  I.
I ■  Fi i   nro .Mi'." nil iiiiim   Saturday
from  11 wi  extended  nip :n Calilot nin,
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t. F   I undell hnvint I
Fred   Fraser  has  effected  creat     improvements  at   lii-  ran I
•■ity.   li m ii g  i leared   and     dtivated   a
consideral put
m lii"-.-'      entiri
lll'lll,.        Mel.MM
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      nd
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
1    Remember    Shaun Aroon   tomorrow
night at ihe ICdison Theutre.
I'lie I.ailie- Auxiliary ot the I!. Vi
M. V. A. uiil hold a sooial iu lhe V.
\l. ('. A. parlors ,.n Thursday, dune
2nd.   I'urtioulars later.
R,   II.   Tiileiilali   is   ill   loun   anil   uiil
he „i il,,- Studio until May 30th.
Sou is your time to have the best.
See our new mounts nnd folders.
I The anii,ml meeting of the V'. ST. f.
1 \    will     he  held      at    lhe   building  on
Friduy, Mai -'nth. al R p. in. Annual
'reports will bo  fond  and    election    of
directors and other business.
| I'riday, May 'Jtlth, the da> nf the
Kiiili I'.iluai.l Itinera, lias 1 II proclaimed a public holiday throughout
ihe province by the T.leut, Governor
in Council, an.l all local public institutions umi banks uiil lie closed mi
thai  day.
j I'laniinj raspberries, '"-t of growing    grapes,    cranberry culture:  selec-
| tion ni nursery stock, lime.Tulpliur <>r
RordeatiN for sprnying, co-operativo
buying of supplies, sprnying peaches
and controlling brown-tail moth are
among lho many topics for fruit
growers thai are discussed in the may
issue of The Canadian ITortioulInsist,
published at  Peterboro, Ontario.
The firsl financial journal west of
Toronto, begins publication on 'lune
2nd. It is joining in the good work
done iii attracting attention to the
outlook fur Canada's growth and
iprogress. The managing editor of
Canadian Finance, which is the name
uf the new journal, is S, R. Tarr,
for three years editor nF the linalliilll
nnd Insurance Chronicle of STontrenl.
Your Insurance
Is  one of  the   most   important   items
in your business
LET Kootenay Agencies, Ltd*
Look after this branch of your business
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, LTD.
Successors to Kincaid & Anderson
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the City about May 24th, 1010 Orders
left with ll. Manning will receive
prompt attention.
ft.   w.  I.el lohl      La« "ii.
have    entered
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sold in the lower town for good prices
while scleral small acreages outside
the eity limits arc being negotiated.
The lirsl party of the seuson made
th.' a'seeul of Mt. Revelstoke thi- week
They report thai the Lindmark trail
is in good ei.nilitiiHi and thai above
Maidoiiald's I'.lulV the snow is at present too deep t>. allow of the summit
lieing reached, 'the bird life lm- largely increased  up  ihe mountain.
Miss Levy, publisher of ihe Levy
Magazine, ha- presented to lhe Vancouver Inhibition Association a silver
medal m be offered in competition for
the best essays on the advantages   of
exhibitions, having special  refer o to
|Vancouver's forthcoming exhibition to
be held inilil August lath lo August
20th,   1910.   The  essay   to  consist    of
| about 2000 words and may be divided
under  the  fallowing   headings:    I.  The
i K-lu aiii.iial Advantages of Inhibitions. •_'. lhe Commercial Advantages
of Exhibitions. 3. The Advantages of
Exhibitions to Exhibitors. I. The
General Advantages nf Exhibitions.
The first, of probabi) a number ol
-..'ial functions of a like nature, was
given ai Siblmhlene lasl Saturdaj
.iii.ih.„,ii. Mrs. Sibbald and ihe
Mi--e- Paget were the joint hostesses
in doing honor to the two coming
June brides, Mis.- Frnncei Denl and
Mi-- Mary Edwards, in a handkerchief lea. Ill,' two youngest members
1 "t ilie party stood on either side o[
i'ii' doorway and threw a sheaf of
Ikerehiefs ovor the shoulders of
.eh   of  tho  future   brides   as   she    en -
tered.     After   ih 'ving of delicious
liments Mi-- Unclean kind,)- took
-"..•ial  photographs  ..(  the assembled
"  ■ .  which  should  prove    plcnsant
"'"..■airs    ui     th,,    happy    occasion,
Particular interest     centres in    theso
 le   I.." i,i-"  the)   have passed
"f iheir time in  Revelstoke.
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Stylish Costumes
Our showing of Costumes for this
season is acknowledged by all to be the
best in the City- made by the best tailors in Canada, perfectly finished to the
smallest details, cut in the latest fashion anil of the newest materials and
colorings, they compel the attention of
those in want of up-to-date garments.
There is Not a Last Season's
Garment in the Lot
A Pair of Shoes Free
With every Costume sold during the balance of
this month. You can make your own selection
from our large stock of "Empress" and Vassar
Shoes.
Special in Wash Goods
Come and see the display we are making in
Linens, Muslins, Batistes, etc. -all at one price
15 Cents Per Yard.
Children's Straw Hats
We are showing a very large variety in Sailor
and Mushroom Shapes, plain and fancy straw,
from Twenty-Five Cents to $1.50 Each.
Summer Vests
We can give you any style, high neck or low
neck, long sleeves, short sleeves or no sleeves,
in  Cotton, Lisle and Silk Mixed from lOc. Up
I-   O  K GOOD        GOODS.
Seeding Time is Here
We have a lull line of Garden and Field Seeds in
stock. Union Sets, Clover and Timothy, Sweet
Peat. Nasturtium (and other seeds in bulk, also a
ipiantity of Ijiwii Grass Seed.
G. W. Bell
P. O. Box 208
GROCER & BAKER
Phone No. 23
Spring Tonics
S1.00 a Bottle
Bews' Drug Store
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Children's Wash Dresses
A nire rnngo of these Suits for Children
from I year up to 13 yenrsof age, pretty de*
si^iis nnd patterns. Also infants elotheMi
V in Inspection Invited.
MRS. A. G. GRIGK
OI'POSI IK WINDSOR HOTEL
THE FRUIT SEASON IS HERE
Fresh   consignment  of Dried  Fruits
and Fruits in Tins at  Attractive Prices
orders Promptly Delivered.
McIntyre   &  Son

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