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Array ** Empiro" Typuwriter
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perfection in results it is
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Vol. 18-No. 62
"Revelstoke the Capital of Canada's Alps"
The Mail-Herald
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Visiting Ws7
A SPECIALtV^^*. 0. <£^
Interior Publishing Company
PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS
REVELSTOKE. B. C. AlMUVr 20,1912
$25.0 Per Year
..Important Announcement..
TO THE REVELSTOKE PUBLIC:
We wish to inform ynu that wo have secured
as Foreman of our Plumbing; and Heating Department,
Mr. Fred Wanl, late of Victoria Plumbing Co., Victoria, B. C.
Mr. Ward comes to us with the very  best   recommendation, having been
past FIVE YEARS
his firm,
breman and manager for the
and has carried out with honor to
ind credit to himself many  large contracts
both in Plumbing and Heating in the Capital City.
We have no hesitation in recommending Mr.
Ward to the Kevelstoke Public, and trust lhat our
efforts to bring in one of the best mechanics in his line
in the Province will meet with hearty support.
We feel that after fifteen years confidence in the
stability of our Company, our desire to do only the best
work, to employ only the best help, and to have the
assurance that we are here to stay, having given to
Revelstoke the best Hardware Store ir, B. C.; this
knowledge and our guarantee that whatever work we
do will be done right or made right, is the best asset
in our business.
Thanking you for past favors and soliciting your
patronage for the future.
Yours Sincerely,
Lawrence Hardware Co., Ltd.
LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO.
SAPPERTON JUNIORS
vs. REVELSTOKE JUNIORS
Won by Visitors After Keen Game.—Best Lacrosse of
the Season.—The Game in Detail.—Why the Revelstoke Team Lost.
Tho fixture between tho Sapperton
und Rovolstoko Juniors, at the it. r
reatlon pink, on Monday atternoon
last, provided tbe best exhibition of
lacrosse Boon this season at Bevel .
stoke. The game wus originally sch
eduled  to take place at :t p.m.,  but
Kiiinl  Br.ii'.', 7—4  In l.ivur of fcu] i .1 -
tons,
Tho piny wus only moderately mutt,
imt well oontested throughout, it. vel
st uko  plnycl  well whilst on  tbc     nr,
gresslve, but their shooting w..h wild
und also ilie lionio l.oyB wore vary
slow to change from ttie do uue   io
tlie time whh altered to -1:311 In older lht! atta0Ki  wnj|Hl  g»pP»rtoa«     tin-
quently scored right nfter thoir   own
goal bad been in danger, their defence
to allow  of a larger attendance from
tte  business!  houses  of  town,    whicli
closed  early  especially for this reap-' bearing thc hall umi" the attack    I
on.   The teams lined up ae follows
BBVHL3TOKH
.iik developed with great rapidity.
The hest pluyer on the tlekl was thc
Sapperton goal, who did some
very line work, the display by
the Hevelstoke goal being ouly moderate.
it took the home boys a good many
minutes to get swinging into the
game, during the second hulf the lievelstoke   team    improved
FAIL FAIR
Fifth Annual Meeting lievelstoke
f Agricultural Association to be
Held on October 8-9-10.
Plumbing
LIMITED
Steam Heating
Tinsmithing
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cl Imperial Bank of Canada
Hoad Ot^toe.
Capital Subscribed
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
Total Assets,
-Toronto, Ontario.
6,000,000.00
6,425,00v.00
6,425.000.00
$72,000,000.00
Branches or Agents at all principal points in.Oann.da,
Agent* in Great Britain and United li
._ S:nte8-^London, England,
Lloyd. Bauk, Limited. "Chicago-First National Bank, Corn Exchange National Bank. Seattle-Seal tie Nat tonal Bank. San * ran-
cisco -Wells Fargo NeTftda National H*..k Spokane-hieliauge
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of $1 and upward,  received, and interest allowed at
current rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. MoCleneghan, Mgr.
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CLASSIC
n SHOE
A Shipment of this Celebrated Brand of
Footwear just to hand. All this Season's
Shapes.    A full range of sizes.
Mrs. A, G, Crick, + First Street
Woodland, goal; Hruce, point; MeCarter, Cover point; Leon Coursler,
lHt defence; J. Maley, 2nd defence; D.
Calder, ard deduce; H, Hobbins, cen.
ter; U. Calder, 3rd home; H. Cooke,
Uiul home, L. Dupont, 1st home, Little, outside home; McLeod, Inbide.
HAPPERTON
McKenzie, goal; Coulson, point, A.'UU the time, but it was then too Iuto
Drown, cover point; B. Johuson, 1st. to make up thc heavy lead which Sap
defence; .1. McDonald, 2nd defence, 3. perton had secured. Tho attendance
Nelson, 3rd defence; (J. Atkinson, ecu- was fair some '1120 personi paying at
ter; J. Onambcrs, 3rd home; K. Cam- thc gate, which is not nearly so largo
crou 2nd home; U. Mitchell, 1st home a body of spectators as the quality
I. Houff, outside home; Johnson, in-! of thc game Bhould have secured. Tho
side home. usiiul  bunch  of rag-time sports hung
Thc gume commenced at 4;-54 p.m.,'around the fences and doubtless af-
B.K. Atkins placed the ball. Play terwards thoroughly enjoyed the pca-
at once shifted to thc Hevelstoke (joj nuts und ice cream they bought with
uud within a quarter of a minuto the 5tlc they should have contributed
from the commencement, Nelson scor- towards the expenses of the match.
ed the tirst goal for the visitors, the j The refcreeing and and timekeeping
Uevelstoko defence apparently beiug were entirely satisfactory, and the
rushed ofl their feet. The play was game wus contested in a sportsman -
of a quiet even .horueber for ueverul like spirit throughout.
minutes,  then  Bert  Johnson,  got thei _	
The llftli annual meeting of the Ilev
olstoko Agricultural Association, will
be held on the B, '.) nnd loth .if October next, Mr. t.k.I,. Taylor, the
newly appointed secretary of the Ag
rlcultural Association, who was appointed upon the resignation of Mr.
W. ll. Robertson who has left town,
in now i. busy man getting things in
readiness for tbis big fair. The prize
lists are now iu the printers hands,
and will be Issued In a couple of
weeks time un.l nil parties interest'M
are requested to communicate with
Mr. Tnylor the secretary for any information desired.
The prize lists when completed will
also be published in tbis paper for
the general information of the public.
H'ull particulars of this important
coming event will appear in thiB paper in future issues.
The prize lists arc  varied and contain some good prizes well worth com
peting for, watch thc columns of the
and  pressed ! Mail-Herald for further announcement
of this big fall exhibition.
pr
-*i
Afraid of Bruin
Two high school boys and a young
Chinese chum who went for a couple
of days camping on Mount Revelstoke
experienced a bad fright thc lirst
night and they thought .hey heard a
bear. The result was that although
the boys were armed tbey remained
in the shack one whole dny and night
and finally after carefully examining
their surroundings the boys started
un a run home and never stopped till
tbeir  respective  homes  were  reached.
BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
First St, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
DEALERS IN
Choice Groceries, Fruits, Vegetables
Fresh Roasted Coffees, Tetley's Teas.
Hay, Flour, Feetl, Poultry Supplies.
Hardware. Sporting Goods, Miners'Supplies
AGENTS FOR
Mct'lary's Kootenay Ranges, Fui races, etc.
Sherwin-Williams Paints, Oils, Varnishes.
Canadian Oil Co., Ltd., (Jasoline and Oils.
PLUMBING       HEATING        TINSMITHING
Special Attention Paid to Mail Orders.
ts
BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
First St., Kevelstoke.    Telephone No, 22
a
GREKN   VEGETABLES
Green Peas, per Ib  10c
Green Golden W..x Beans, per lb.  10c
New Celery, 2 lb. for  25c
Cherries, per basket  60c
Raspberries, 2 boxes for  25c
John McIntyre & Son
First Street. Telephone No. 93
ball and put it well into the net.sec-
ond goal for Sappertou's. rfcore at
end ot lirst quarter, two goals to nil
...  favor ol   Sapperton.
The visitors pressed iin mediately
from start of play in second quarter
und after s smart defence bnd forced
then, buck to their own goal, returned and Atkinson scored fo. Sapperton
Hevelstoke commenced to press aud
one minute Inter Maley scored for
RevelBtoke. A minute Inter Chambers scored for the visitors again, and
play was scarcely resumed, ere Bert
.1..bus,,n again put the hull thru for
Sappeiton. Sapperton pressed, a
scries ol fine passes brought the ball
in Ironl ,.( the Revelatoke goal, but citizens of Hevelstoke bave the i
Woodland (topped the shot and the portunity to celebrate in a fitting
play Bbifted to Sapperton goal, Where I manner, a dual ceremony marking
Revelatoke male several attempts to two most important steps in the de-
penetrate without succe-s. A rush by | v. lopmei.i of our city. Tbe laying of
Sapperton carried play down the field tllt. Corner S.onc of the new wing of
nu. Revelatoke defence were there and Victoria Hospital, will bring definite
cleared easily; play centered round |y to thc miii,l of every one present,
the Sapporton nets, but R-velstoke's the concrete fact, that they are wit.-
ghootlng  wus poor, und the  Sapper
tons cleared by a serlei ol long pass- „ corner    stone, bin the conaumma -
es as lhe whistle blew.   S.ore at end  tion  of years of  work  uud endeavor.
of second     uuurter, 5—1 in favor of
Bappertons.
Third   quarter—Revelstoke
DUAL CEREMONY
TO-MORROW, AUG. 21
Corner Stone Laying; First Post Planting; Hon. Thos,
Taylor Will Officiate; Detailed Program; Large
Attendance of Citizens Requested.
Tomorrow.  Wednesday,
XIRED ?
.THEN A CUP OF
14BELL BLEND  TEA"
will refresh you with its bright, spicy
flavor nn.l fri.Kn.ncy. Sold in 1 lb.
lead | ,i. Leyi '•■
Price, 35c, 40c. and 50c. per lb.
G. W. BELL
P.IO   Box 308
GROCER & BAKER
Phone NO. 33
pressed,
McLeod shot, Bappertoh goal cleared,
but ltevelstuke got the ball and Maley forced same lota net. Second goal
for Hevelstoke. Revelstoke pressed at
once .i.i.i Bapperton goal stopped t*o
war... ones, then Sapperton got aw
ay With Revelatoke still bunched ar.-
ound ihe Bapperton goal, and Bert
Johnson scored again for Bapperton,
Hevelstoke still     continued  to  press,   pjl,  u ,„,  Individual;  ninuy    of    our
Cameron cross checked and was given «riP„,|H w the pust have    personally
a two minute penalty. I'lay wns still been  treated  und  mined at   the  Vlo-
at the  Sapperton .uJ,  Cameron      re toria  hospital.   Tlie  Mt.,11 of  the     iu-
suined.    Maley  got tbe  bull  and  shot siiluli.,ii    are      well    and    favorably
but  Supperton goal showed  his qual-, known  to all of us, and the  building
ity    again and   cleared ui tino style. ItaWtril  is an adornment to our     city,
Sapperton  took   the  ball.     Revelstoko and an asset of great   Value to     11ns
defence  were  left,    lime,   ileuml,  but  entire i nly.    It   is very   lilting,
Bapperton got i"1 »•   ■■■" *nd scored, thai  the Hon. Thomas Tnylor,    our
Way resumed, Sapperton were press chief citieen and representative m the
nig, and a general     mtxup   occurred{Parliament of our Province,    should
round Revelatoke goal, Bruee was ae offloiaU al such a ceremony, nnd tbe
ci.lently  bit  by  alow     ball  and luid ,1,1,1    procedure as mapped out     for
out.   The  whistle   blew,  SCOlt  end    of   this  occasi    is   well   calculated      to
Bapperton   7,   ""
August 21st  mountain auto highway ever construe
ted on th.-- American continent, is an!
evem fraught with great consequences I
for Revelstoke.     It marks the    com- j
mencement of the    Tom ist   Business I
here, und coupled with ths other important  newB wbich  will  be  officially |
made public in the various speeches,
Wbich will be delivered on this     oc -
caeion, furnishes that necessary basis
ne-sing not only  the  mere placing of  for an  optimistic feeling  now,  and  a
faith  for    the  future  of      Hevelstoke,
which must, b.iug about an Immediate
The new Victoria Hospital when com-   Strengthening  of the      roiilidenee      of |
pleted, will, both as regards tbe build  every one of ua,  in the city and  dis-,
iu.:  itself,  and  its internal orguniza -' trict to which we belong,
tion and  equipment,  rank  second     lo1    'I'1"'   ltevelstuke  Progress  Club  have
none among  the   worth)   Instututtous  achieved much in the short  term     ot
of itfl kind,  which exist      tin,,ugh,,ut   tbt* organization, and the public gen
tbe iirovii.ee ot British Oolumbia. It. orally will bave tba opportunity when
is not just a corner stone of     some present at this Post Planting    oare-
boapltal,   l.ut   Till,  corner Htone     of  mony, to learn for themselves     how
HI'II hospital.    Kvery citizen wbo W»-1 rapidly  Conditions nro changing      for
be ceremony, Is taking part in  tbe  liotter  iu   Revelsloke,  and    what,
an occasion which effects himself vit- bright prospects tbe tuture holds   Inl
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
SWIFT'S
AM) BACON
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
o-o-ooo
SPECIALS
oo-oo-o
riANOSPUYER pumas
third quarter,
stoke 2.
Kourth quurter
Bapperton gonl was followed by a
clearing pass and Sappcrtons bore
down for itevelstoke goal, b. .lohn-ou
bad the ball but was struck on the
knee and play stopped for two minutes. Km 'lining Revelstoke prcsetd,
and Cooke scored for Revelstoke. Rtv
eUtoke got a tine opening started by
MeCarter, who Intercepted a high paSB
but Saptwrton bunched up rapidly in
front of  goal  and     RevelBtoke  fuilo.l
Revel - enable   the residents of     Reveletoke
, „a.!Jnnd district to show,  I hen   i,ppre,-ia
A mil up neur tlie | tion of tbc real  meaning of this oorner Htniie laying ceremony.
The people of Revelstoke, as they
gather round this splendid monument
of civic progress, may justly congratulate themselves upon being "eliiy, •
ens of no mean city."
At 12:15 noon, thc s.s. Hevelstoke,
leaves the wharf at the foot of Clov-
ernmeot street for Columbia Park,
where thc second of the two orem -
onies is scheduled to take placo. Tho
to score.   Tbe home boyi     (Mnttutttd   Imsket picnic iH timed lor 1  p.m. and
Sheet Music and all kinds of
Small cTVlusicHl Goods
Call and Inspect
Music Store, McKenzie Ave.
to press Bapperton failed t> get clear
and six minutes irom Call ol tune U.
Oalder scored, All the ..lay '.-. at
visitors goal and their goal Under
was kept busy but bs played a nl 'nt-
WaU  defence  and cleored  shot     alter
•hot    Bapperton got tbc   ball    ai.d
cleared,   It    JohSHon  Cam,'   lo*:l     to
homesters goal but shot high Two
minutes from time Dupont nne Jchh-
•oi wen retted for throi mantes aud
•at down to Watch tht fUHafa    III tt»
game. Sapperton were kept buay tbo
i whittle blew with Revelstoki presiioj
whilut the Steamer is making n second
trip, tbo guests of thc city will tako
lunch In thc park.
The Hevelstoke Progress <'Iul. have
made all arrangement- b.r this port-
Ion of the day's celebrations, and at
,i p.m, the Il,,n. Thomns Taylor will
plant the first post of the Mount Rev
tlatokl Motor Roml, In the presence
Of n large Dumber ot distinguished
g.u-sts Thc planting of this post, Inaugurating as It docs, active work
of construction of tbo Mount Revel -
itoke Motor    {toad, the tttit KtBlc
store for our rity.
In order to avotd any misunder -
standings, we reproduce iiclow, the
official program for tbe day, and on
behalf of the Progress Club and Hos
p.tal   Hoard,  we invite every      eiti/en
i.i be preeenl j.i these exorcise .
11:30 a.m.   Ceremony of Cornet Btoni
Laying nl new Queen Victoria bus
p11 nl.    by     Hon.  Thomas  Taylor,
Mloieter of Publio Work-.
12:15 noon,   s.s, Revelstoko will leav*
fool   Of  .lovernnient sl t. oppol
ite Central school, for Columbia
Park, Pare in cents eaeb way.
Carriages will alio be available at
LTir.  euch  way,    leaving  City  Hall
corner hot ween I;! noon and 2 p.m.
1  p.m.—Monster  Basket picnic nl   Oo
lumbia    I'ark,    everyone  invited,
bring your own basket.
1 I". p.m,   S.S. Hevelstoke leaves Cen
Iral  srhmil   1.Hiding on Second  trip
for Columbia l'nrk,
1:30 p.m.  -Ofllclnl luncheon at Columbia  Park  tO  visiting guests,    and
local ollicinls.
3 p.m.—Ceremony of turning tirst sod
of   N.w    Mount  Revelstoke Auto
ROtd to Vlctorin l'nrk.  Addrespes
will  he delivered by Hon.  Thomns
Tnylor, H. F. (Ireen, M. P.,    nn.l
others.   Tables nnd  seats  will  Is)
provided  for  use  of all,  and     hot
water will  lie furnished    on     thc
grounds    free.      Hevelstoke    City
Hand will  i«" In    attendance    all
day, everybody Is welcome.
Come and help to boost  for  Revelstoke.
For To-Dav and Next Week We Have
tiie Following Snaps
All uur Hoys Balbrigan Undei wear at 25c. n Garment
The balance of our Summer Umlerwear—50c. ana"ment
Straw ami Linen Hats at Half Price.
Twenty-five Pairs of Men's Heavy Shoes at $1.90.
7.") Pair of Men'? regular $5 anri jfi shoes.   Now $3-75.
15 Pair of Men's v .nvas Shoes at $1.60.
* McRae Mercantile Co.
9 THE HOME Of OOOD CLOTHING
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WATCHES
BEST  ON   EARTH
Tomorrow    fW<>.lnnsdajr)    the    post
ofllce will only bc open from 9 to 10
a. m.
J". G-~CnZ~ ZBARIBIEIR
C. P. R. WATCH INSPECTOR', TUESDAY, AtjQUST 20tb, 1S12
^?H13 HVtA.TX.-TT%lTU±.-LiTJ6 K.^J^^LS'TO K:£!
TUESDAY, AtirsifST 20111, 1912
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_A_   .FEW   SIsTAPS
7-Roomed House on Third Street. 50 Ft. Lot..
$1,200
Modern House, Second Street	
$  850
Modern House. Connaught Avenue 	
$1,500
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
and the bearing ou tho general rate
ul llie various special lutes which
now obtain on Cauadlan railways."—
Exchange.
Watt's latest Venture
A.    13,  Wni is,    ol   Wattsburg,
Bcontly   completed the purchase
Urnnbrook  Lumbei' company's
Dates tor B. C. Fall fairs
i-erecilng the mill
timber north   ol
ma.I.'     provision
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£be flDail-lbevalb
PUBLISHKD   MBUNXdUAK  ANU
S , rUKDAV  AT
lusvttsroEJO, b. o.
jntcnot ipttblwbtno tlompani},
Umttcd
j. K. Juii.ssuN, Manager.
KaI.i h G. BCRDTON,  Editor,
jn.-y.^'f'    ..
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neb   agricultural
imw ei i     uortb,     <
i   tin-   I'iii'iIm   const.
•it ii. ■ in   Territorial
will    operate a
Railway
hue ol
Hudson's Hay
port,  linglnoers
construe -
thfl Baltic
designs of
TUESDAY, AUGUST 20th,  L912
The interview with Mr. Maxwell
. lai ■ ti .veiling organizer foi the
■ . in Highways Association, published ,n ilus issue, will prove Interesting reading (oi the KevelstoKe public, who aie so much interested in
'   ■•; good roads.
rt.in in.- increasing tiuinboi ul tour
.SU .•isu.ug this center, tbe provision
mie uiitln winch would enaule
itoii iliil si io travel from Uev-
elstoae 'ii to tbe network oi auto
; .,..- now lieing provided throughout' manufactories
th. interior ol lbe I'roviiicc, becomes
everj daj a more urgent mattei. At
pres m nu- owners and users ol moi
oi cars here, are confined lo the ma.is
wittun the city limits, and a lew milts up tue ii.g Bend. The automobile
.» rapidly  becoming hum ol  the great
tap the rich agricultural resources
ol the newest north, continuing
thenco i
The n
company
steamships trom  iis
terminal to a Uritish
in  the    employ    ol the
have  made  s  study  ol   the
iimi  ui    ice breakers    in
and   aro now   working on
vessels capable of  nieetii.g
normal    conditions  which prevail    In
the  bay.      They,    will    also  superin
tend the building of the fleet,
'rhe completion of tho railroad
menus the opening of a vast empire winch only a few years ne,i\
was regarded as a barren waste und
ns, ini only us a bunting ground lur
the fur trader and tbe sportsman .
The railway will c. iss-cross Uie
northern part of the province of
Alberta with development lines and
siuii its center of gravity and ol
population many miles northward,
and wiil. tbe development of the
resources of the Athabasca country
there will be created populous towns
und cities .uul the establishment of
mi the run of the
Arctic circle, reclaiming a veritable
wilderness to the uses ol man.
Another Important outlet tor tbe
no. ih country is a Bystem projected
n> the Alberta, I'eacc River, and
I'Aisi.iu Railway compauy, sapitalU-
e.l   at      »i.i,n.:o,riuu   undei   a  cbarUr
Mr.
bus  r
Of   til.
mill, and IntondB r
iu the innlst ol llu
Wattsburg, lie bus
lor tho transport of the rough sawn
lumber tlumo, instead of by the
usual expensive methods, either by
run,l, rail ui water. 'I'he method he
is adopting is in use in the United
Stntea, sume groat nulling concerns
transporting lumber from lii.uoo lYet
altitude, for u distance of 'i'2 milts
in Humes.
Discussing Ilus latest   venture,    Mr.
Wiuls said:
-"Seeing thai the government
which attained power on n protective
platform Iguors its own policy, and
refuses protection in the only unprotected Indiisii'j in Canada, and will
not do Its dlltj iu it- own strongest
supporters in thc west, the mill men
must innl sunn' melius ol protecting
tiie.nsi ivi's an,I ol mooting the nun
cms competition of tho V. S. mills,
which aro still   dumping lumber    on
Uritish Columbia's tall fair dates,
now compiled, show dates ranging
from August Hi n, the v.ecu ol tbo
Vancouvor uxbiliitiou, lo October au-' keeper, intends to apply for permls-
lil, wheu the Suinnieriuud 'exhibition | slon to purchuse. tbc following described  lands.
NOTICE
Itevelstoke Uuid District.
District of  West  Kootenuy.
Tuke nolice that 1, Michael Grady,
of i-tt. Loon, B.C., occupation, hotel
i,
corporation | to Canadian markets. The method
1 mn adopting is uue that has been
found very satisfactory in similar
districts  in    thfl    United  States, and
the     ab ' 1  fool  sure  it   will  prove equally
ul nt Wnttshurg.—Cranbrook
cessl
nld.
sue-
Her
Milk Commission
Victoria,  B.C.,  Aug.   15—The commission to inu.lire Into the question
of the sale of milk and tbe manage-
nieni uf daisies in tbe province, will
commence its sittings next week, hul
ding meetings nt Victoria on August
20, at Duncan, August 'S.l, at Nanaimo, August 27, ami at t'umox, on
August  29.
will be beld. following is the list;
Arrow Lukes -October,  1 5.
Alberni--September lit.
Armstrong—October it-n.
lliiiqiiitlam—September  IIS.
Delia Coolu—October 'it).
Cowichuti—September  'Itl-'ll,
Comox—October 2
Coquitiam—September 20,
Chilliwack—September  19-21.
Central Park—September 12-13.
Cranbrook— September  18-19,
Delta—September  20 21.
11 rami Forks—September 20-27
Greenwood  Soptomber 'it).
Goldon— September 24-25.
Islands—September  IS.
Kent—September   12-13,
Kamloops   Septombor  18-19-20,
Kelowna—September   211-27.
Kaslo—October  15.
bongley—September 25.
Mission—September 21-2.1.
Maple   Ridge—September   25 DC.
Miilsqui—September 80-27.
Nanaimo—September  17-18-19,
N. and S. Saauich   October  IS.
Nicola—September 26,
North   Vancouver   Septombor 7.
New   Westminster   October   1-5.
Nelson—September 22 2;: 25.
New Denver—October 2.
I'cnticton- September  211.
Revelatoke   October s-n-10.
Richmond—September 25-2(1.
Shuwnlgan—September is.
Salmon Arm—September 27-28.
Summerland—October 30-31.
Surrey—September 21.
Trail—September 25 2,;.
Vernon—October 28-21,
Vancouver—August 10-17,
Windermere—September  20-21.
Victoria—(I'r.iv.n.'inl   exhl..ition)   —
September  24-28.
Commencing at a post plunted ut
.he North West Oorner ol Hot 1189,
thenee east 211 cbuins, ihence north
411 cbains, tbence eust 10 chains,
thence north 40 cbuins, thenee west
to bunk of Hallway Creek, thonco following bunk south to point of "o'li-
luenceinent, containing ICO acres
mora or leas.
Dated  August 3rd,   1912.
MH'llAKl,   t'.KMiY.
Kirst issue Aug.   II,
lie
METHODIST OHUROH,
R,   J.   Mclntyre,   pnst or.
means ol human travel, and any city  granted by
B not  i.nkci up with the out-lin  I'jiu
ltd) ■•■■■:.: by automobile roads, is
bound to .-i.m 1 .ium such isolation,
Th< i'i igress 1 lull, who bave done
sucb good work in the past, might
*■-.. commence ta agitate foi an auto
le outlet  foi  in.   city of itevel
stoke  tuns rendering accessable     to
tbs  owners ol  touring  machines,  the
il   -,.i ,'..ms and matchless tour | is all and
.-■   attractions ol  ibis city and Bur
g   listrict.
Services on Sunday at  It  a.m.  and 7:3U
p.m.;  Sunday school  and   Young People's Bible classes at '2:30  p.m.; Wed
ii.sday at S     p.m.,   Kpworth league
uncling;   Friday  evening,   Junior  and
the Dominion government
hen.or  choir practice.    A  cordial welcome awaits the public ut uil    these
sei \ices.
II. Muskett K.ng. ,.1'csi.l
ent of the corporation, now in the
way iu London in confer with Brit
.sh capitalists Interested in tne
enterprise, said 11. tbe course ol an
Interview  while  In  Odmonton:
"I nm greatly Impressed .vith the
country and us possibilities, i buvc
spent .1 month looking it over ..ml il
upenifly up uie west
rtj   engineering crews,  consisting
cr!   800 meu,   .vith  tenuis      and      pack
..  ;n   Bent uuu the Beld at
tu n.ake     preliminary     surveys
for tb    Sort    rn Territorial  Railway
pany'i Irom    Kdmonton     to
at Kort    Churchill,     on
Ji isjii c Bay. Tbis is to be part
ol .. Bystem o! 1 15(1 miles, from the
li.c...:..- lu;. country to I'orl K»-
r.u^i- :. on the Pacitic ."..st. con-
- nton sith La. La
1 ■ Fort Murray and Lake Athabasca,
H.   ■'•    II.   Nl ...:. .   C.   B.,   stationed
-it iv .... ■ ngineer   for   the
pany,  which    is   rinmictJ    by     a
•-   and capitalised    ut
overod   every  por
tion - - . loutt, auu,     is
full} ,poa the   engineering
:.   the   construe-
.'-•   Is thus
. tei  granted     by
■••' Bt,       which
• -ii powers ..    'tint Log    to
0 a  el
.  j.    ,   int  ..'   1 I     :.<mi    ym-
..     ui'     Fort • ..     ,.
jus Bay, i
..    ■ i
much   in,.re   than   1       was
told aboui   u.        ib.-    railroad     is
going through."
The route for      which  ll bai  ■
was granted    begins at    1 he   Intel u ■
L.onal boundarj.   southeast ol  P 11, li
er Ui-cek,   Alta .  and  runs  then e     to
I incbei Creek,    thencc   uortherl)  add
west ,.; pigeon Lake,    wesl    ol    Ed
mon ton,  .md    tbence to tbe nearl    f
Peace River countrj. and irom
directly e.is.  to   , po nt 1     11 id
Bay; also    westward trom  Port    Mc
Murruy to Peace Rivei    Lai 1
lo lbe  I'acilic coast.
A Two-Cent Kate
H a man has right id. a
away   long  enough    tho 1
bound to prevail.
W.F. Ma.
editoi   ol  the Toi 1 ■"i" Woi
shortcomings, ■ ■■••
uir in- has hamnieied awaj
. journal and in pai Hainan! I
■ cent rate,   lu the present
chief of the Ottawa Gove
Toronto       News,   „.■   Mi
: ..;■   : ; ,l meet il .
"i'i..  demand come
.,■1  ,1 two cent  passsngei
clearei        1
'
es tbe \
,.-r...ii bewan ; ■""''   'reigbt
PRE8BYTER1AN OHORCH
Hev. ... \v. Stevenson, minister
Regular Bervices on Sin.day at 11
a.111. and 7:30 p.m., Sunday school
and adult Bible classes at 2 30 p.m.
Mid week prayer meeting ou Wednes
day nt ■■< p.m. Hearty congregation
al singing and special music by the
cbolr,    SI rangers and  visitors arc ui
vitod  to the services,
ST.  PETER'S  I lit It. 11.
Holy     Communion     every  Bundaj
morning at >,  a.m.,  ..n.l after morning  prayer on  tbe  lirst  Sunday     iu
Uonth.
Rev. 1     \.  1 rocunter,  re. tor. M>t-
1 I Even       - at 7 3o
p.m . , lay.     Litany on the
Secoi the  Ante •
n  on tbe Third  Sun I  ■
Matlni ij   school  every      riun-
p.m.   Ch oi.
I  at  5 p.m.
E0SIH..SS LOCALS
Clean coal at t'oursier's.
The "Sugar Bowl" for the
everything, chocolates, soft
Ice cream and fruits.
best of
drinks,
Noti,'
on   the
Downie Treek
closed  to  the
August  15th.
NOTICK
is hereby  given to travellers
Dig     llend    Trail,   that   thfl
Hoad     House   will     be
travelling   public   after
K. A.  BRADLEY,
WANTED
FOR  RENT -Seven  lloom  House, full
a.ze conoroto basement, bath room,
witl. all modern Improvements. Apply to P.O. Box ICC, or cull at Mr.
G. Scbalter'B rosldence, Seventh
street.—
WANTBD- Gentleman wants furnished room in private house, with or
without board. Address reply with
particulars to Uox "A" care of thc
Mail-Herald.
FOR ItKNT—We have two houses on
Second Btroet, wesl, for 25.50 and
$30. Also t room house on Sixth
street at $30. These hoiiBes have
till modern conveniences. Kootenay
Agencies, Ltd.
FULL  LINE OF  GENT'S   SHOES
The well known Keen Kut Shoe and the Wellington solid leather Shoe. They are both
leathers. We also carry a full line of Tan
Shoes,   (.'all anil see them before purchasing.
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
Boot anil Bhoo Repairers,
Saddlers
Hurnoss Makers
Mcstcvn   IRcsibcntial Schools
llm...,1. t ly Christian    N0n-D0num1r.11t.0nat)
BRAtZrviAR
A high class   residential   nn.l day
school lor gills of nil uges.
Slu.uglinchsy Heights,  Vancouver,
l.argc grounds,  magnificent  build
ings, wiili evci\   modern appliance
Iui heultli ...nl comfort,
Stidi  iinci|u,ilii.1; every  teacher a
specialist in lie own ilc|ii.i liiuiit.
(.ANGARA
A residential & day school (or boys
bilU'en acres, adjoining Sliauglinessy
Heights, Vuncouver.
Huilili.igs embodying the latest
i.l.iis in school structures lo accommodate Ml boys.
Inluaitionul standard of the highest,
lull provision lor athletics.
Doth schools open ihia Autumn.
l)l(. It, II. Mll.AllliX,    S'1'iXl.m    < 111 UT,
For particulars address
Van. iiivkk.
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
S1K EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O.,
EXANDEK LAIRD
General Manager
1.I..1)., D.C.L., President
JOHN AIRD
Assistant General Mnnaaer
CAPITAL, $15,000,000
REST, $12,500,000
It is a relief to the citizens to bc
able   lo  Obtain  again   a supply   ol   11.
N. Coursier's smokeless coal.
Pour cars of smull briquettes now
in. Positively the best coal for summer use, clean and economical. Uevelstoke  (Jeueral  Agencies.   Ltd.
Pull .-upply of Bankhead coal now
in. Advance orders being taken, lle-
llverj guaranteed, Hevelstoke lieneral  Agencies,   Limited,
WANTED—Live Nursery Salesmen, at
oii.e for full and winter soliciting.
liiXperienee not so necessury as will-
iiii'iii'ss to work' nnd learn. Write al
once for Exclusive Territory and
Free .unlit. Cash Weekly, lluiiiin
n.n Nursery £ Orchards Company,
tail  yew .street.  Vancouver, H.i'.
iVANTED Hood specially salemaii to
Bell the greatest convenience 111 el
eclric lights ever offered. All us-
eis of electricity ure buyers. Can
In' placed where desired. Selling
well here at i'.i. Write Shcppaid,
I'.u.   Box   1214,   Vancouver.
•■•t    ami
•   aveuue.
...      - .r, : tys,   except
s-vcii montb.   Los  mass
.-  utiiful    at
tlytt   '■'■ i.  m..
children    at
lendi.
-
we. -.  lay     Hoi]     H 1 -      evtry
are
111..1
Haas.
J.  .:.  Mi rUnzli   P   P,
ol
1    ; oint    at     • -       '
t l» doubtful
.,    in tbe   , ilberta
■ ■'•   j 1    ol    ine, ■'''-'      ''- '
ice southwest- °
•    ■ ■  ■ .     •    , .. .u..
■       . ■ ■
■    ■ eon any 1
Port  Kssington,    ii near       tbe I dependent - li.
'■-■■■ . ■ . a point 00
■' r, in the pi
".'    Alberta,    tl ?   to   a
point  at  or  neat    Fort    McMurra]
tbence   southerlj .   point ut or
1  Lac La Bicbe,   thence   by    the
1 ■ -: eity   ol
nton.
I'lans ai^ under ...r, to begin
ing woik early exl eason, when tbe
laying of rails will also be carried
on and in iwo years according to
present calculations, the line is to
be in operation from Edmonton to
tin' shore of Lake Athabasca, opening
to commercial development the   vast
11 mi ii and timber wealth of Al
Uirta's farthest north. The company
will tben proceed with tlie conl
struct.ou ol tbc line in tbc province
.,( Saskatchewan. The Kdmonton
.nit-ot! will be built later. The
UOW Lake  Athabasca westerly
■
profits   ■  ■ -*.n<     it
.- a ., thai on ' bi   ■ 1 nl ini n
onsider onoi and
tbat Old  World  1 -
But  ...      ' 111   is   - ui 1
thai  fi '•■!■
freight  rates  .hould teadllj
id        ■    ;er rates 1 em 1
stat lonary.
"It la 'm great national 1
th,it. travel bet ween the E 1 ; and the
w,-st ol . .iiiicin   ho 11 I
It  li  1 Mitn.11 1 hal  wIth lowei - hi
tbere would i»m Increasing travel
tbc Blast to newer Canada nnd from
the West, to tbe older provinces, This
Papei  has no sympatic,   with  i-injm'i
cal measures that    would  ombtvrass
railway, corporations and impair    thc
Hccunty of Investments, But there is
very much to be -aid foi  a thorough
iiue I investigation by experts Into the pro
Will' buble eflect 0 two-cent passenger rate
, I.T  CHI It'll.
ins
■
I      at
.  Sunday
iim
■ ig people's
Meet ng;  •' ■ . . church
■ ' og      i iation
II   services.    Strangers
"me.
flew lime Table
1   'in  .lune 2nd,
■  tame   into
1  new O.P It     H11K
iffeel  for the a in
mer,    changing the   hours of arrival
ami departure of  ihe  trains,
are as follows:
WISHT  HI,USD-
No. Arrive Leave
9     . ho   	
1  15-K      16:56
18          il.   10     I/O a
EAST BOUND
No   Arrive  Leavn
1    2i:tn    'li.ift
14     7:2(1     7:40
2    11:11    12:1 r.
SOUTH  TRAIN
Ainvi'B If. 30, leaves 7 10 a.m.
Km-  realh   1 holoe chocolates,
n at the Sugai  Bowl.
drop
. -lean
smokeless, furnace 1
imp and
nil   cos
al  Coursier's,
liankh
nd coal  in all sises
broken,
egg   an.
Revelatoke
General
Don :    .
your  -
fo
now
winter, but   order
f    lump    and  nut    coal
at t'oursier's.
Mt SU M.oB Jobnuon, pupil of A.
Miller, K.H.A.M., Loudou, is prepared lu take a i.n,,led 11,1mner of pup
i uul,un ui music, t''or terms
applj al ine iesiuei.ee of J. ri,
lobnaon, firsl house west ol the hos
Mital.   .'.ist   itrcel.
>dy s    doing it •     What } —
ll   the       Sugar     Howl"
and     soft
v IPS—7 Roomed 11
200.00,      A
Second  -tree',. $860.00
mgbl   avenue at
fort, .1 van-
■  .   ind    a re
.   way    is  via    11
counts  1;  from
. onographs,
from     in.oti     upwards,   Rsv»|stoke
stciM.   McKeiu.e AVBuue.
W.ii
* tbe
,11
llt>-l|
Alll'INClKS WANTED—We desire to
establish agency at on.-e With real
estate Drms and live wire salesmen
for quick aggressive campaign covering Western Canada. Approprla
tions to muke proposition known in
your locality. Wc furnish literal -
ure and window decorations and if
necessary co-operate by sending
speeial representative to your city.
SHi.l.uilO to be expended and on improving property. Write ut ouce for
plun. Beckman & Klliott, 120K Dominion Trust Hl.lg., Vuncouver. B.
0.
TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES
Issued by The Canadian Hank ol Commerce enable tlie traveller to
provide himself with funds without delay at each point of his journey in
a convenient yet inexpensive manner. Ihey are issued payable in every
country in the world in denominations of
$10,   $20,   $50,   $100,   $200
with the exact equivalent in the moneys of the principal countries stated
on the face of each cheque.    They are economical, absolutely sale  self-
identifying and easily negotiated, g3
r?£l/ELSTO«E    BRAKCH--F. M. GIBSON. MOR
Nakusp Brunch, II, I.. Rothwum,, Manager,
Scaled Tenders   addressed
undeiB.gned,   and  endorsed
for tbu Construction of a Breakwater
.11 Victoria Harbour, B.C." w.ll bo
received at tb.B ottne until l.ou p.m.,
on Thursday, September 5, PJ12, for
the construction ol a Breakwater
Victoria Harbour, Victoria, D.C.
to    lhu
'Tender
at
.
COMING E.tN[S
'tie,  at
...
.   '/per,.
Imi
■ 11 ai.'i  I'.'in.i Kendall
Octoi et  '■''  Ths M I   , at Km
■ fteatw
Flynn ■ on)
m,  i'i,,.,!  theatre
, 1  i:i-  Juvenile Bq t|
!ii" I' mpress theatre.
Shikh's Cure
fiMl.ldy    .(.,,,.   ,„„4t,a.    1 nr,»   , >.|.l..    I,
lh* Ibroal anJ luatfa
K0 CBnla,
Plans, Bpeoitteatlons aud form of
contract can be seen and forms of
I nder obtained at Hns Department
and ut the offices ol W. Henderson,
iiesid. iii Architect, Blotorla, B. .'.;
*mi iui.i, bisq., District bJngtn-
ser, New Westminster, B.C.; .1. Q,
.... i-,., District Engineer, Toronto,    .,   .1.1..   Mil-hand,   Ksi|.,      Dis-
tncl   i iigiii.-Mi,    Montreal, yue.;     A.
I'-.-s.)..   District   Kiiguieei,  Quc-
. .uni un application to   the
tei   it \ ancouvet, ii-''
Pei una  <■ odeilug are uotluod  timt
DOl   be i oiisi.I red    unless
made on tbe printed forms supplied,
■:    I ll    III. ,i     IH III,ll        ,, Ii.l
I ".   theii  uceupatloni    and
i ■  Men. M    in i bs ■
IS  acl ii'   signal mc, II, i'   nal me
ipatloa, and place ..: rest
. i' menib. i ol ths i mist
. < i.
tendei must be accompanied
bj an a. cepted i heque aa a i bat tered
bank . i   o tbe oi del ol tbe Hon-
i  ..,-t.i  ,,, Public Works
equal to ten pe. cent, UO p-c.) ui the
m tbi tender, which will   be
I II in.- person teadoi mg    de-
i   Into a contract    when
on io do bu, ui I,, i i,, com
pl '      •■ .'.oik control ied :,,i    ii i|„,
• ,,,,i acospted tin- cheojii w,u
be retui ned,
The Department dies nut i,Hi.i itself
to arre|,t tbe lowest oi nay tender,
Ily  older,
H. C, DBS) I'.'h IHBRB,
I'tury.
Department pl Publte Works,
flttnwa,   August  8th,  1'JI2.
Newspapers will not ba paid fur tins
advertisement if tbey ,u>ert it without uuthorlty from tbe Department,
WOOD for SALE
400 Cords of First-Cluss Hemlock and Cedar for
summer or winter delivery, 16 or 18-inch and 4-ft.
Order by Telephone No. b2.
Tonka Farm    -    W. C. CALDER
KAMLOUPS CKNTEHABY CEUSBRA'iION
1
Three Daysol l:un ami FroJic
Tuesday, Wednesday. Thursday. Sept. 17-18-19
Baseball Toui uament, Pootball Tournament, taacroi.se Tournament,
I.awn Tennis Tournament,    Polo Tournament,   Motor Boat Usees,
Field Spills Killc Shooting Aquatic Sports.
Grand Historical Pageant illustrating Ihe progress of Bvents since
lhe loundiug ol the lust while settlement iu IUU
Trades' Procession, -        -        Decorated Motor Car Parade.
Iwu Big Displays ot Fireworks, Arranged by Hilt Bros., ol Seattle
rhe Most t'.l.iii.a.itc in the Interior.
ORAND lONl'li'l'TI l'AUNlVAl, BN MASQUR
on tlie closiug evening.
Come and help Kamloops celebrate,    Single Pare from all points
on C. P. K.    I'or Programme   and   further  information   address :
Hon. Secretary Celebration Committee. Kamloops, B. C.
RAPID TRANSIT
NEW TRANSFER BUSINESS
JUST 0PE..ED
We make a specialty of the rapid transit of Trunks and
Light Loads.   Give Us a Call.
Albert abrahamson
KEVELSTOKE,  B.C.
Day Phone-No. 44. Night Phone—229
I
s
JUST   OPENED
THE REVELSTOKE OYSTER AND CHOP HOUSE
A New Short Onler Kestaurant and Eating House
Only  White   Cooks   Employed
Have had 15 years experience as a caterer
Regular $5.25 Meal Ticket for Five Dollars.
J. Pappos and J. Chitsas,     ■    Proprietors
MacKcnzio Avenue, Revelstoko, B, O
1
i
i
t TUESDAY, AUGUST W.ll, ui2
the: nynjk.iL-stER^^Lt), ^^viiLSTo^i^i
TUESDAY, AUGUST 20th,  1S12
t
fS
MALAKWA
TOWNSITE
Lots in tho new townsito of Malakwa aro now on the market at prices
ranging from J75 to ?175. Those lotB
arc all high and dry and the regulation size. i
Beasons Why You
Should Buy in
Malakwa
This new town is just about half
way between Itevelstoke and Salmon
Arm, being a tritle over 30 mileB
from either place. It is a natural location for a town, being surrounded
by a highly rich farming district.
Lots in this townsite can be purchas
ed on long terms so that a purchser
before he haB really paid for his lots
will have made a good profit on his
investment.
Business Opportunities
There ls a grand opening for hotels
and othor branches of business, including a barber shop, shoo maker,
drygoods and gents furnishings, and
all  other  legitimate  businesses.
Now on tlie Market
CP.R. Passes
Through Townsite
Station and Side Tracks
Already Installed
GET IN DN THE GROUND FLOOR
Buy Early
The first ono hundred lots sold will
be at tbe low prices of $75 to J17G.
These lots will Increase ono hundred
por cent in a few months time. It
you fail to secure ene blame yourself
whon paying higher prices later on.
Industries Already
Started
Already industries are being located bore. Tho flrBt keen business concern to grasp the golden opportunity
of locating at this townsito will be
a large Bhingle mill, operated by
Spokane parties. This mill will be
operated by water power.
Preparations arc also being mado
to install a water power sufficient to
operate an electric plant or any other
industry that may come in.
For further information, apply to
efessrs. Johnston and Haycock, Malakwa, B. C.
. . It Might Be Gold. .
ZBTTT
It is always hot in the plunge at Halcyon Hot Springs,
whose natural hot medicinal waters are the most wonderful health restorer on the Continent Our record of cures
of rheumatism and other chronic complaints is unequalled
and verified by our gratified patrons. Located among the
greatest scenery of Canada, easy of access,—the Sanitarium is luxuriously fitted and finished for comfort and
convenience of guests.
Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. BOYD, Proprietor,
Halcyon, Arrow Lakes
Union   Hotel
lUL'ST NEWLY REPAIRED
RATES,      .      $1.50 PER DAY
Weekly and monthly rates to be arranged.       Meal Tickets, 21 meals for $6.1X1
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
A. P. l/BVBSQUB, Proprietor
Laughton ID. Tapping, Props. First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
European Plan
Open Day and Night. - Meal Tickets, $6.00
MONTHLY BOARD
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $1 a day.    Monthly rate.
J.   ALBERT     ST03STE      JPPIOIP.
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged  and Improved.    First-Class in every respect.    All modera conveniences
Large .Sample. Rooms.
Rates 452.00 per day       Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
HOTEL CLIMAX RESTAURANT
"=■—"ss^sh OPEN NIGHT AND DAY— \
White Help Only Employed
Board by the Day or Week
Night Restaurant—Short Order
W. C.  BATCHELOR,        -        cJManager.
Strictly  First Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with Bath
Rosedene Nurseries
Revelstoke. B. C.
House Plants, Ferns, etc.
Cut Flowers, Roses, Carnations, etc
Thos. Newell, Prop.
Designs Box Sl
Phone 295
UNION HOTEL
AHKOWHBAD, B. C.
Bpwttl Attention given lo commercial
nun sn.l Inm* i pis. Fir.t-Has* eamplr
moms. Finert sreii'ry In British Colorable, overlooking X pper Arrow Like.
W. J. Lightburne, Prop
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer     Draying
Handling Pianos a Specialty
Phone 42 ■   Night Phone 85
Sealed Tenders addressed to tbe
uuderelgaed, and endorsed "Teuder
lor a Tile Wharl at Comaplix, H.C."
will l.e received ut thia oitice until 4
p.m., on Wednesday, August 2t>, 1918,
for tbe construction of Pile lk'tn uud
Timber lurking whurf al t'oniupl.v,
District uf Kootenay, Uritish Columbia.
l'luus, specifications uud form ot
contract cun lie seen uud (onus of
tender obtained at this    Department
uud ut thu Offices ot V. Vi. Aylmer,
Esq., District Engineer, Cbase, B.C.,
... .'. Worafold, Uso.., District Engineer, New Westminster, D.C, L.B,
Elliot, Esq., District Engineer, Edmonton, Altu., .iini on upplicuuon to
tbe Postmaster ut Co.nuplix, D.C.
Persona tendering uru notmed that
tenders will not lie considered unless
made ou the printed forms supplied,
uud signed with their actual siguu -
tures, stating tbeir occupations uud
places uf residence. In the cuse ot
lirms, the actual signature, ibe ua
turc   of   llic  Occupation,   uud  pluce  ol
residence oi euch member of the arm
must  he given.
Eaeb tender must lie accompanied
hy mi accepted cheque on a chartered
iu.nl., payable t.i the order of thu
Honourable thu     Minister ..(   Public
Works, equal to ten per cent tlO per
cent.) of thu amount of il.e tender,
which   will   lie   forfeited   if the   person
tendering    decline to enter into    u
coutruct when culled upon to do ao,
or fail to complete tho work contracted tor. If the tender hu not accepted the Cheque will he returned.
Thu  Department does  not  hind  it
self     to     accept    thc lowest or any
tender.
Uy order,
R, C. DBBROOHBRB,
Becretary.
Department   of   public  Works,
Ottawa,   July  30,   1912.
Newspapers  will  not  he  paid     for
this  advertisement  if  they  insert    it
without  authority   from  tho  Department.
Kirst  issue Aug. 7th
Crop Indications Splendid
Ottawa,  Aug.   15—W.D.   Scott,   superintendent   of   immigration,   received
the following telegram from J. Brine
Walker of Winnipeg,  the represents
live of the branch ut thut city;
"Crop conditions for the pust ten
days have been splendid. The outlook
continues of a most gratifying character. Labor conditions in the west
aie acute. Between 4U.U0U and 50.U0U
men are urgently needed, 9*1 per cunt
ol whom must come from eastern Canada, i 'ut I mi: is general in southern
Alberta, while lu days from now, if
the weather continues favorable, the
harvest will be general throughout
the entire west."
There Ir a hen in New York bt«te
which drinks beer nml lays two Sf(l
a day. What nm prohibitionists going
to say ahout a case like tha*—Victoria Colonist.
(Eggstraordmaryl)
Complain At Women
London. Aug. It—A new turn is giv
en to the "id charge that wo.uuu are
lucking in uu ethical code by thu ic-
port of tlie public librarian of l.uton
who declares that tbu provision ol
Hupurate reading rooms for women nt
undesirable because they mutilate and
si nil hooks ... a wuy thut mule readers never dream of.
Inquiries at. various Loudon public
libiur.es showed unuuimity of jpiuion
ou this poiul. lu many lusluuces iuu
a.ithoi'iiius lime discou.iut.ed .be use
of   suparal*' read i tig   rooms for   women
lu one library lhc women's room
was uhi/lished, i.ol because of the
thefl  uud   mutilation   of   books      uud
periodicals, but because ibe hummus
l..mud it into a dressing room and un
blushiugly   lining'-.)   then   wcuilug  up
pare! in it.
Panama Canal Commission
Washington, Aug. li, — Auugreeuieut
on the 1'iimiiii.i Caual administration
bill was reached by the conference
committee of tho House und deuate
yesterday, iu which tree passage is
denied to American-owned ships engaged in foreign trade, Foreign shipbuilding materials am admitted Iree
of limit to the United States, and
thc Interstate Commerce Comuiission
is given power to break up any combination of competing rail and water
liues which it finds ar. not lor "the
public good."
Two of the six members ol the conference committee, Senator Brand.gee
and  Kepresentativo Stevens olMinne-]
sola,      declined      to sign the report. I
Those   wbo attached  their names    tu
ib" agreement were Senator! Drurtow '
and  Simmons    and     Representatives
A.lumsoii and Sims. As perfected    ln
the conference committee, th*    canal
bill uow provides;
Free passage lor American ships engaged in coastwise trade.
American registry for American-
owned, foreign-built sbipa engaged exclusively  in foreign trade.
No tarifl i :i foreign shipbuilding ma
terials for use In this .ountry.
Grust-owned ships prohibited Irom
the canal.
Railroads probib.ted from own...
competiug waterway lines operating
"through the canal or elsewhere."
One-man government for Panama
Canal and canal zone.
The coulereuce agreement will be reported io the House and Senate today
uud it is bel.eved lt will meet opposition, ln dropping the Senate alternate giviug free passage to Amer.cuu
ships engaged in foreign Hade, the
conference committee yielded to those
who considered this clause a direct
violntiun of the treaty with Great
Britain.
1200 Kneel Around Body
New York, Aug. It- Twelve bun -
died Italians who bad jusi left a mid
night open-air religious ceremony iu
the uppei Bronx, knell in the street
at 1 o'clock this luormug around lhu
body of Frank itiniolt, one of Uwtl
leaders, whose head was cut ofl by a
Htleel car.
n.n.■ i, was knocked ofl tbe car by
a collision with au "1." car aud lelt
undei tbt Wheels, Thr conductor said
tbe aCOidsttt wa. due lo the fact that
Itiiiioli had jumped uu board from
the wrong side iu an .Hurt lo avoid
paying  bis fare.
'That i. true," said one of Kiiuuli*
friends. He put every cent be poe
deseed mto tbt collection plate at the
feast."
Tbe . .jiiduclo. suggested that all
kneei in prayer. Several CarB loolow
ing, all crowded with Italians, were
stopped and their occupants Joined
those praying in th. street, until I'tmt)
persons were kneeling around the
mangled body.
Everybody should keep in raled tbs
dates l.'tb, 1Mb and 19th Of September and remember that on tkus.
days Kamloops will giv. th. great
ust celobration Uut tb. province h.s
ever had. lt is on. hundred years
ago ..uue Kamloops .larted as a
Fur Trading post and ,n conSeu,uen. „
the celebration in its various page
ants, historical characters, old t.me
methods o< transportation, living
pictures of tbe events of tbe past
century will combine to mate a most
interesting story ol progress. }\ will
be year, before another such celebration will be given in the province
end ao one can aflord to bjI»» it, V
TUESDAY,  AUGUST 20th. 5912
the im: ail-hebald, rbvulstokh
TUESDAY, AUG..ST 30th, 1912
DUMPING POLICY
DISASTROUS
i ring  letters on  the    liiin-
'   ;  Bit ...; ion bav<  passed betwi en   V.
K.   Watts  ol   Wattsburg,  and  G.    M.
. ,   [sher   ol   the   Timber-
man
MR,   WATTS'   LETTER.
G.M. ' -ornwall, Esq.,  Publisher cl I nu
i,  '   Poi Hand,   ui''-' mi
Deal    - :     i hanks for your    coui i ■
■    ling a  copy    >l  i io    judg
. tchequei   cou.'l  ol Can
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and  .il.-" in.- ■     Mr.
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■ late I neui   i bo   ion  t,   >'
, :uirie  i.mm. - : r
our pi oduce,  tl. 'e,
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• ..I 1 be   . fleets of     llie
ol I heir surplus on  our oii.y
keenly  thun any    other
.: ers.
.   sj input Lilzc » illi  our con
..:     m  . thc Biimrl   ,e.  tbe linan
. i    inukei a,  * bo drive
tbeli   produce    at
much  below   tb    cosl   ol  manufnetur
w.   are    mad.   to feel  I lie disas
trous i fleets,  bul  bave  i be comfort "t
kn   aing  tbut   Canadian  Bunkers    are
to cai i y i iim.i  clients t liru
'.     Mm,       .   '      M.  |   ; .    :.,     ,,H,I     \\ M        Cilll,      if
v. ■   cl Be,  save  oui   standing  timher
;   people are     slaughtei .ne
tb< us unmercifully without    profit  to
..    . :.!   11.  any   pel .-"lis
.. iii   forest    .a a     prodigal
mam ise  tbey    wish t."
■     unit   commercial  sniei.lt',   but    be
tb.)   are driven to .1.  We need
tbe   reasons,   they      are
So   Balie    III.ill    A'ill   sell    at   n
mless   compelled   in.   Therefore,
tbe responsibility rests  witb your lin-
■•i.y  not   copy  Canadian methods ol banking?
I rah  as      yiiins.  alter
.,," s  ..I  civilization    to
to  importnnl   In-
.vblih   are   made   t"     sillier
lOSS M   illcBt    lllialii'lal    lil','e'/.c
or tinny.
I   bave   lie n  -•-.. r* Ij   i rii l< Ised    by
,u   papei s  lor  making
i       '    tutuments   ilmilni   i" tbe foro
tbey  should  noi   leei  Bore
'•mai    iidvicc  is    ten
■   don't, when   ynur  "Teddy"
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REVELSTOKE, B.C., AUGUST io, 191a.
Di'.AK  Cl su mkrs :
If you were positively sure in your mind that you could get really BETTER HOUSE FURNISHINGS
for your money than you could possibly get b) sending oul of town, and at the same time enjoy the advantages of
liberal and considerate treatment at all times, yon would not hesitate a moment about buying here.    Would you?
We have been in this business over twenty years, and have learned how to BUY RIGHT and SELL
RIGHT. Because of our unusual resources for large buying and the saving we make lty getting our goods in carloads instead of by local freight, we ean AND DO sell goods for less money than you ean buy them from mail
order houses with freight added.
Remember, this is a big stock to choose front, comprising everything for the home from cellar to garret, and
every article wc sell is such GOOD VALUE that it will eithei make for us a new customer or draw an old one
e loser.
We have only to convince YOU of the truth of these statements to induce you to call. You have only to
see and examine the values we offer to CONVINCE YOURSELF that our goods are worthy of your preference.
May we expeet a visit from you SOON .J
YOURS VERY TRULY,
HOWSON & COMPANY, LIMITED
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Sewing Machines
A nice new stm-k of Singer and Wheeler Wilson Sewing Machines
For Sale or Hire
by the month al Mannii
All kinds of machine needli a
sl icked.
H. MANNING,   Agent.
WE   WANT
a   rcpr.
I'ana.la  I
1.1.in.I Trunk Pacific  Elailwn
main   line
towns,  we handle 1
...-1.11 of genuine merit. vie are
just placing on the market a beautifully locit.cil, elosc-lu subdivision to
i. Uritish Columbia, the l.u 'g-
cm nty mi Okanagan l.uke. (mr
Kelowna  propci Ij th «
..i\     limits and ba
1 .11    Lake.
li "is     i.i
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the m. ■   I-.' I. ..
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Brand Paafic l.and Co., Li,;,
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R. Z. CRAWFORD
'OMKAliiNb
PAINTER
'.sl.'iilliu:   1 .uileeil
Agent  for   Flexitime   Electric
Signs
R. Z. CRAWFORD
'; Transfer
i Street
HARVEY, McCARTER
AND PINKHAM.
Barristers,   Hollcitors,   Etc.
Impnrial  Hank  Building  lievel
stoke, ll   0.
Money to Loan.
Otlices—Revelstoke,    B.   O
Cranbrook
(3so. 8. MeCarter,
A. M. Pinkham,
Revelotoys,
aad
D. 0.
J. A. Harvey
Cranlieook
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Pn      at Watl I       er Co.,
ted.
rn WKS  FOK LETTER
A.  E,  Watta,  1
Wattsburg,  11. C.
■  Sit.   IV.  have your Interesting
lettei  ".' re enl   late re tarifl, crops,
and  general     conditions,   comparing
the two countries.   Vour letter ih ot
Ighi  t pe and  1 ean assure you
1  ts received  In the spirit in which
it  was written.
Youi   ■•■' • truly,
ied)     0, M, CORNWALL.
Portland, Ore., July 16, IM*,
T
'O have Iwo or three corsets
in constant use is really  an
n.      i he newest one should
isions. A
1 especi-
;   nits.
Th< gives
omfort while
. 1 i duties.
CORSETS
are made in ;i variety ol model, to med the requirement!
i,\ every costume and every figure. For inr wrll-
developed figure wc recommend Models' No. 619, No.
^^^^^^^^^^^ ■ .m.I No. 505.
Sold by the best itore« everywhere in Canada,    Write for book <>f new styles to
Crompton Conet Company, Limited, I oronto.
ROBERT  SMITH.
Provincial   Land   Suveyor,
Mining  Surveyor,
l'lngiii'-trun
McKENZIE  AVE.,
BOX   106.   REVELBTOKE
vv.  11.  WALLACE, M.B.C.8.A.
A R 0 H 1 1 h t: T.
O. Boi 146,  Hevelstoke, B.O.
REVELSTOKE   COUNCIL
No.   i'l,    ROVAL    TEMPLARS    Ob'
TEMPERANCE
.Meets every lai anil 4tli Tbursdays
in Oddfellows Hail, at 8 o'clock.
Visiting Templars uro cordially in -
vited to attend.
Vi. a. MDNSON, 8. C.
A. I). TOURNER,  R, S.
KUU'.'ENAY      LODtlE,  No. ji A.  F.
aud A. M.
Regular meetings are beld in MAS
mmi TEMPLE, Oddfellows' Hull
ou lbe Third .Monduy in occli inoutb
at i p, in. S nitiug brethren am
cordially  welcome.
•\   THOMSON, VV. M.
W,   It.  ROBERTSON, Hecrstury.
i "I UT      MT.      BEOBIH,    No.  14(1.
nV  I.  0.  K.
•   i, i   ii   ir v. Hall nsit   to
it' .,.'.■ a i louss aval v seoond
11 h  ktondai lo i tb   \ Lali
.        bran i     liallj •raloomtd,
I),  a. BULL, 0. It.
WM.    H.    (AMI  TUN,    FtM.-BK,
0. vv. o. vv.
■in  View  (amp,  No. 1121
■ic.    aeood   ami     Fourth ffednaa
days    in  eaeb   moutli   in    rielkirk
Hail.     Viaitlng  Woodman are
til)   Ini  '.-il   to lit'end
A.  .1.  WOODLAND
JAMBS McINTYRE, I lerk.
IBI i IRK     LODOE 12, l. 0. 0. V.
. rcny      Thursday evening    in
Selkirk Hall at   ■ o'clock,     viaitlng
brethren cordially invited.
JOHN LYON     N. 0,
JAS.  MATHIB,  Bai
GOLD RANOE LODOE,     K. of   P.,
NO. 16,  R8VHL8T0KH,  fi   0,
Meets every  Wednesday except   ths
Third  Wednesday of each  month      fn
Oddfellows'  Hall at 8 o'clock.  Visit
Ing Knights are cordially Invited.
(I   W.  OARLAND, C.  C.
0. H. BROCK, K. of R. A S.
M   nl r
REDUCTION IN ELECTRICAL FIXTURES
Are you wanting any Electrical Work Done ?
If so, call at the Kevelstoke Plumbing OS.
Sheet   Metal  Co.'s Store, Connaught Avenue.
A. G. DUCK
ELECTRIC   SUPPLY   STORE
Plume .'Sl
Nlullt  Phone 'HI
P. (I.  Pnx AW)
Sash, Doors, Mouldings' Turnings
W   are in the manufacturing business
Sash,  Doors, Mouldings,  Turnings, Show
Ltises,   Cilice  and   Bar    Fixtures,  Screen
Doors and Windows made to order and all
kinds ol repair work done in good order.
We have a lull line ol building supplies, lime
cement, plaster, Hard Wall Finish, bricks,
Sewer Pipe, Plaster Plaster Board, Roofing
cTVletal, Lath and all kinds of Glass, Oils,
Paints, Varnish, all colors and tints.
Much pleasure in quoting anything in the
Building Line.
REVELSTOKE SASH AND DOOR FACTORY
P. O. Box 295,  Revelstoke, B. C.
ASK THE DRIVER
Everybody knows liiin, lie will
tell you that t he whiskeys we are
Bulling me the best, Oall and be
convinced. No household should
be without a supply of our Harvey's Special Scotch Whiskey; our
Frapln Liqueur Brandy, guaiuntead
Itli years old or Blaokberry Brandy
lur Mnlii mul purposes, Our Hlock
of choice Willi's nud Liquors of all
kinds nre unexcelled. Hold hy all
the lending hotels, or telephone
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Importers ard Dealers in Pure Wines, Liquors, Cigars and Cigarettes
White-Star-Dominion
CANADIAN SERVICE
ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS
Montreal Quebec Liverpool
Largest & Finest SteamersfromCanada
New S.S. Laurentic, 15,000 Ions Each
New S. S. Megantic
Sails June 22, July 20, hug. 17. July 6, August 3, August 31
ONLY FOUR DAYS AT SEA
ono-class ii li Cabin service.
Twin-Screw S. S. Teutonic     Twin-Screw S. S. Canada
582 feet long, ls.uno horsepower 5U Veet loun
Sails July 13, Aug. 10, Sept. 7. Juue 29, July 27, August 24
Company's Offices, lilD, Second Ave., Neap Cherry St., Seattle
THE  MOLSONS BANK
IIMOORPORATEO  IBoti
Record of Progress for Five Yeurs—1906-1911
iviK. i9ii
Capital       ....        $ 3,000,0(10      * 4,000,000
Reserve 3.000.000 4,000,000
Deposits       .... 23,077,730        36,042,311
Loans and Investments -       27.4.ri7,0'J0        38,854,801
Total Assets        -       -       - 33,000,192        48,237,284
Has 83 Brunches in Canada, and Agonts and larrespondents in all
tho Prinolpal Cities In tho World.
A CENFRAL BANKINO. BUaiNEBtJ 1 H« -HUAC1 EO
SAVINGS  BANK  DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Interest allowed at highsst ourront rate.
Revelstoko Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager
FruitLands I Lumbermen
FOR SALE
(l.ilpna Day lnmls in parcels of
II) or 20 acr.'H or en bloc. (JorreH-
pondenoe in vi ted.
John Shaw, Agent,
Box 616 Arrowhead
H.W. I
It will pay you to
mnke a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -  Revelstoke, B. C
liefore.bujlnt! yonr outfit of workiiiK cliillien
(or tlie'liusli.   I make a
specialty   of   i.oKKinif
Shoes, Pants, Sox, Sliirti
lili.uketH and everything
required iu your h.iilness.
TAXIDERMIST
Animal    Rugs,   Game
Heads  and  Birds
Mounted
P.O.Box 31, Revelstoke
E.   Q.   BURRIDGE
Tinsmith Repairs, Hot Air, Pipe
and Furnace work
-WORK   OHOP
Connaught  Ave.   >    Revelstoke
«•*«. TUESDAY, AUOUST 20th, 190.2
THE: MAIL-HERALD,  ^El'VElLSl'O^:^
Tuesday, acgcst 20th, 1012
THE ONLY SHOE STOCK
IN TOWN WHICH CAN
SUPPLY THE NEEDS OF
THE WHOLE FAMILY
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. 2- /fume # Co.. limited
OUR SHOE M0II0
Classy Shoes in newest designs
at a minimum cost  for   maxi
mum wear.
OUR DRY  GOODS DEPARTMENT
We have them the Ladies' New
Fall and Winter Coats. Those
great large warm wooly ones. Full
length. These have all the new
ideas, large lapels and large ornamental buttons. Plenty to choose
from and no two alike - $15 to $35
Groceries and Crockery Department
Bargains Bargains
For Friday and SaWday
Corn Starch   ', Pkgs. for 25c.
Venus Herring 2 tins for 25c.
Maconochie Herrings in Tomato Sauce.
 15c. per tin
Specials in Ketchup
Heinze's 25c. and 35c. bottles.
Blue Label, /,5c. bottles.
Burlington, pint bottles,   15c. per bottle.
Bar Harbor, pint bottles, 35c.  per bottle.
Tohasca  -35c. bottles.
Mexican Chili    40c. per bottle.
Marmalade
Large shipment of Marmalade just placed
in stock which includes Robertson's
7, 4 and 2 lb. tins. Lemon, Gingerine,
dinger and Pineapple in 1 Ib. jars;
Chiver's in 1 pound jars; Keiller's, 7 and
4 lb. tins and 1 lb. jars; Crosse &
Blackwell's, 7 and 4 lb. tins and 1 and 2
lb. Jars.
Teas and Coffees
Coffee Beans 3 lbs. for $1.00
Ceylon Tea 3 lbs. for $1.00
Sunbeam Tea (Bed Label good) 40c.   Ib.
Sunbeam Tea (blue label best) 50c. per lb.
Men's Furnishings - Boots and Shoes
Boys' Suit Bargains
Only this week to the opening of school. Tom boy will
perhaps want a new School Suit. Right now when you
want them we are getting the whole of our enormous
stock of Boys Suits and knickers on the Bargain Table.
They are all " Lion Brand " and are all guaranteed to be
the best wearing and fitting boys' clothing on the market. You can't get away from the enormous bargains
we will give you this week.
Boys' Bloomer Pants Suits
All in the celebrated " Lion Brand" College Style. Full
fitting, broad shoulders, lapels and fronts that will not
break down, All sizes from 26 to 35. Just two prices,
and they can't help but appeal to you.
Smaller Sizes, $4.95.      Larger Sizes, $7.60
Boys Straight Kmicker Suits
In line Worsteds and Tweeds. Teese also are
all the famous "Lion Brand .foods. Double scats and
double knees. They absolutely are the finest values
ever ottered in the city.    Sizes 25 to ,14
One Price, $3.95
Boy's Straight Knicker Fants
The famous "Lion Brand" Knickers, double
seat and double knees. You can't beat them. For
this week we will have only one price on them all.
For Ihis week only Bargain Prices   ■   95c.
REMEMBER, THIS   SALE   LASTS   ONLY THIS   WEEK.     KINDLY DO NOT ASK US TO SEND
BARGAINS OUT ON APPROVAL AS WE WILL BE COMPELLED TO REFUSE
HOUSE FURNISHING DEPARTMENT
FANCY COLORED CURTAINS
We have a crowd of the New Fancy Colored Curtains we
want to let go;—got an overstock of them. They are the
new ideas in Nets with floral designs. The New Colored
Muslin Cathedral Draperies.
The $2.90 Lines. Now $2.00.   The $4 Lines. Now $2.90
NEW JAPANESE VERANDAH SHADES
In Wood Splint, Fancy Colors. An entirely New Idea
—the Roll-Up kind. All lengths, very decorative and
useful. Gives you privacy on your own verandah that
you cannot otherwise have.
Get Them At Humes.     A Large Stock to Choose From ri K.si. \v. AUGUST -'.'tn. ".mj
!-£OD MAlL-£tE^ALD, m& \r:&:r_,£SrX'a 32.12
TUK8DAV, AttGTTST 20tti, 1912
■mi   a I      I       ii
New Goods By Express
NEW GOODS—Pit Tall Goods Now Coming to
hand, which we are opening and putting into
stock every day. These Goods come direct from
the Manufacturers.
REID & YOUNG
THE CITV IN BRIEF
Mrs.  R. C. Ainsli.' Ml  on  So.     11
a visit to hei   hus -
'■'. ■■-   Jaw.
Th ■    Ret .let    a iti    \   ociation
is " postpone.! . 11.1«■: i: i. t ■ • 1 y
owing the s.s. Revi Istoke lieing
chart* red I i  othi i  pui poses.
Tbere  will  be a grand  Bmoker     in
.-'. Ikirk  H ,'.. on     We Inesdny evi ning
■ •   21st.   Watch lot   : -Miil.it
e,l through the city tomorrow.
Poultrj    \ iation  meeting    over
Bm.i tl       cig .■  store, Pridaj  evening
•  p.m.   Everyone invited    to
Base allGauie,   Vernon  versus   lu-v
elstoke C.P.Ry., ou Wednesday, Aug.
H n   Park.   Game    com -
■    ll a.m. Bharp.
Tb..' Progress Club request tli.it  all
touaes aivd   private   citizens
tomarrow ou
rati a daj.
,W« ning the iiti',. \e   the
date  I ii   tn<   U g Snu Ael
...ii 11 Ul, givi:. until noes ol
it,..-  Revel •■ -.-  ( ..a-.; \ ,!...■   Vsbociu
i   in.    Pi   ■ mi m
will be present. Come and
.
New     Westminitei    again   defeated
\....    . --   on     Saturday
givi s ium ei woi Id's chain
garni    out ol a schi
■ •   16,    i': •    i ;,-• n       i olders ol the
.M.ut. ....   ■    li  work    cut
■ •  ■ •    ,:   present     title     ol
regation   in   the
• i     imaplii on Sun
gbtlul trip on I lie
■'.v,.. :..-     ....-   •■•   g   tin.-.    The ball
■    Revelstoll
;in      ililted .lining
f a score ol       ti
; trip theri .
encounter bear
.-.,,. shots at Mi.
i without eflecl     rV'hi     thi
was ti    tbirdf r,  the
■ at  ran   ip I    I reed    rult
•
••■.. - -no
no
:"   wa. maiii- to kill cither bear.
Prtcskk use. Season
I'or i'n ;sei uu I'ruits we lmmlle only ibe best. Ifyou wish to pro
cur.* such fruits as cannot ho henten eithei in tiunlity or \nice, we
\m ni i.l advise yon in place your order witli hm. We will Ltiiamntee de-
livery ol nil orih'rs taken.
IKriTJAKS AM> IM I.I.KKS
Thi. -I-1 on vve .in- li in l'i- - tl:- celelirati'il Manon I'ruit J ir* in Pints,
ijii.iri:- ami half gallons.    These i.n- require no comment,    Thej are
pal i-m'i IH n.i'.
A. HOBSON,
MacKenzie Avenue
lievelstoke Inside Property
Real Kstate is selling rapidly.    Wh} uut .:■.: in before ..11 the most desir-
ible resiilenli il lots are taken up.'
Last week we made several tj ' files l" "'«'' Imyersand it will only be a
short time beloM Llicae lut   tne uil uosedout.
Call .u "in ultice and gel lull purliculai -.    All oui  property can be sol I
on eas) 'oi in-,
Kootenay Agencies, Limited
Have,  mai r\  a lazy  mnn; the chances
an- that,  whatevei  In    position  now,
you will nave to      uppoi t      • ■■
i.-uiil pcrhups Imn. tnoi       later     on
Never marry n man c,l weak cliai
er,   S....11 you would in- tisliainod
Inin. rn    worse Ht.il!   ym  would    i  i -,-
lun..   Whatevei   it   ie  before,  lenii   i
ii i   that after nmrringe "pity i*    nut
,,-un I., love."
Sever  marry  n Iiim  lived
an evil lite.   '1'Im     lun rm a    ri
from - ich  mm i ian - nn   I
to lit discussed; Iui,'. Do not
mail  to reform imn.   li  a man    il i
not luic a    gii I gutUcii nt I)    i •>    ' reform"   for   lur   Bai
ii - w .11 ncvei .lo it aftei.
Lastly
"firstly"),   never  man
to drinking t" i ices*
t,. lie avoided, la- is tli
:   the  most.
I.I-M..   Pingston  I'reek,   Halcyon,   Ar
ri wh ud  .iii'l   l lull's  Lm i.n.-   will   lie
i .i  thencc home  to     Revel
i     \  commit tee bu i  licen  oi.- in
, ,i  io  place  posters ol  i lie  Ka.i     al
all  ..I  Ua- above placi     an .  interview
iers,   men hunt ■  nnd  • ■; hei s    e a n
u  view  ti
ill   ti..
0    lar.,-    ,11
ii .,i -. ted.
Nelson Nurses tieinstaieo
LUg
■
PROGRESSIVES HOLD
A JOINT MEETING
contest,   there  will he   a great    uinr.y
players      Irom   all over  the country,
ami a most, heated match is contem-
plaleil.
Board of Trade and Progress
Club Meet Mr. Kearns Dp. E.
Rowe Will Address Public
lu the absence ol Mr. 0. B. Hume,
president ot the Hoard i.l Trade, Dr,
Hamilton, on behalf of the Progress
cluh, took ihe chair at a joint meeting held on short notioe tn tho City
Hall  on Qaturday  afternoon last.
in ;i briel speech lir. Hamilton inl
traduced Mr. Kairns, advanoo ufrent
ol Dr, 10. Rowe, publicity commission
or of the Vancouver ProgroBs Olub.
Mr. Kalrns—1 nm hero as tho advance agont ot Dr. Rowo, who is lour
Ing tho province for tho purpose ot
orgnnUlng a B.O. development longuo
composed at boards ol trndo, progress
clubs nn.l other similar bodies,  This
FISHING
TACKLE
SPORTING
GOODS
ROWE
To Boost fall .'air
.
)1° Men Not to Marry
to   thi
' ..   o tbe)      •' '
.- -i    toi
ting     • 'V.
■   ■
< until you
i ii    B -.-■
nay,   Aug
- .
l/e themselves into a flying x pet lmg tbe girls
and  Will  make  a
league will take in hand the thorough
advertising of tho resourcos ot the
premier  Province.
In. Rowe is to he in Revelstoke on
Wednesday  next   tho 21st August,  on
he occasion of the corner stone lay
ng and     i'o.-l  planting   celebrations.
The suggestion Ib that yuu Bhould ar-
ange for Dr. Rowe to deliver an ad-
rcss on the subjects    outlined,    and
to enable him to lay liefore you   the
proposals for the B.   i'. Development
League,nnd     Ins scheme tor publicity
throughout the province.
Chairman   Th ly    diliiculty   is
thnl our day on Wednesday is al -
most   crowded.
Sec.   Horobin   Perhaps  Mr.      Rowo
can he tnbl id  to speak briefly at  ' ie
on .•■ a i.ii     ibji mi    an 1  to con
se mint |j   meet  i ae c tocul Ivi   ol      I he
ind  11     Club to expl      his
.ii detail
1 on    '•. es, nnd .1 the daj  Is
rei   ■■•• will hnve u banquet and   poo
-    it  Mr.  Rowe can be heard
to adi
Mr.   i. -   i    Mr.   liw.ee
in  opport unit s   to speak  to   the
. an I to    i executives
ictory.
F   M   '.    si -■   Let   us make definite
■
ii time
interfere
dr.  Kail ns,      will
thai    we
and ar-
li;    Rowe
-   dur-
Tennis Tournament
Boost For Good Roads
Mr. II. Maxwell Clarke, organizer of
the Canadian Highway Association,
visited   Kevelstoke on   Monday last, re
turning from his ben thousand    mile
trip in the inleresls of good roads,
through the various provinces of the
Dominion, Cur readers will recall u
previous Interview with Mr. Clarke
published in our issue of December 7
last, when Mr. Cai'ke was nn the oul.
Ward singe of his journey across Canada.
Mr, Clarke visited Sydney, Oape
Briton, the Atlantic terminal ot bhe
Canadian National Highway, that bo
Ing the extreme point, to bo touched
i.y the Groat Motor road, tho various
links ol which are lieing constructed
by the Provincial governments, and
assisted by the Dominion authorities. 1
During this lour Mr. Clarke secured
the signatures ot the Dlnstern Prom ■
iers as their assent,   t.o   I lie  proposals
ol the Highway Association,
Mr, Clarke states that, the engineers
an- now engaged In locating the route
lor tho Ureal. Highway Irom Nelson
to Vancouver, and will make use of
existing roads following the desired
truck, as far as possible. It is possible to go by motor car from Cres-
tmi, B.C., to Kenoi'a Ontario, tn.'ee
years ago Mr. Clarke made tins trip
on ;i bicycle, and the various connecting roads arc now being grudod lor
automobiles and linked up as part
..I the work [rom the Atlantic t.o lhe
Pacific.
Mr. Clarke states thnt In or l'i to
give itevelstoke the licnclit of this
highway, a road should be constructed from this point to Nelson, 'bus
providing a direct scenic link with
the highway running cast an.l west
across Canada, ami opening Up :i
large territory to the tourist. atni
settler. Another very important ci n
nection would lie to connect luvel -
stoke with Vernon, thus opening up
to the motorist the whole ot the Uk-
anagan and Similkamecn.
Mr. Clarke states that in his op.n-
ioii, the old macadamised road 1 nut
hy the Royal Engineers In tho en'ly
dnys of Canadian history, running be
iwen Brockville anil Toronto, la the
finest piece of road work ever put
down iu Canada, ami although now
greatly neglected, still stands a model of whal a permanent road shield
he.
Good Roads CGnvention
The good roads convention lo he
held in Winnipeg trom the Tth to 9th
of October, promises to assume con
slderable magnitude. It will he held
under the auspices of the Canadian
Highway Association, ami a request
is made that  delegates from all     ilie
.tintafl
GUNS
AMMUNITION
We have just unpacked a complete line of Sporting
Goxls of all kinds. Mr. Fisherman, don't forget to
inspect our stock of Fishing Tackle. When you see it
you will say. "BEST IN TOWN."
Revelstoke Hardware Co., Ltd
Dealers in all kinds of the Best Hardware
Agents for (.itirney Chancellor Ranges and Minerva Paints
Important   cities attend on that     occasion.
lievelstoke has been requested lo
make good witb at least one delegate
and it is hoped lhat a good representative will   he sent.
MUSIC—Miss Johnson, pupil of A.
Miller, Kit.A.M., Loudon, is prepared to take a limited numlier of pupils for tuition in music. For terms
apply ut the residence of J. K.
Johnson, first bouse wesl of the bos
pltnl,   Kirst  street.        l
CALL FOR TENDERS.
Tenders will be received for tho
stock in trade and fixtures of Bstate
of A. G. Fraser, until the 24th inst.
Ten,Iers may lie sent to the under-
sign. ,1 or lo Lillian & Klllot.t, Kevcl
stoke. Tonders may he either tor
slock or fixtures or both.
Trout Lake, 11,C, 12th August, 1912
A.  N.   VAHS,
Assignee.
PROCLAMATION
\s Wednesday tlle 21st instant, hus
heen fixed for tlie date for the ollicial
laying of the ('orner Stone to the
new wing of Queen Victoria Hospital
and the Turning of tlie Kirst Hod on
the Mount Itevelstoke Alpine Auto
Road. 1 hereby declare thai, day a
l'uhiic Holiday for the city of Revelstoke.
W.   II.  SUTHERLAND,
Mayor.
i.. i I   i,  Ri      toke on tb
T:.
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city.   On  Km:,.,
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tennis ,
, i
Bews' Drug Store
C00O VALUES Al  (MILL PRICES.    OUR WIHOOWt i'.u   »
LIMITED TIME Alt FILLED WITH CASH BallUlHH
A 25c. Tooth Brush and 26c
Tooth Paste for 85c,
With   a 60c.  Tooth   Brush
Sale we give you a 2flc.
cake of Rexall Soap
A basket of Assorted Purses
25c,   each.   Cost   us
over 50c. each.
A .^ilk Fan given free with
a 25c. Sale of Arbutus
Talcum
Hair Brushes—26c. 50c, -l
Boss Hand Cleaner
2 for 25c,
Iron Blood and Nerve Pills
2 boxes for 25c,
MANY OTHER C00D VALUES WHICH DESERVE YOUR ATTEHTI0H
bews THE REXALL STORE bews
Smart Clothing for Summer Months
DM i;,   AND ilATs    ,1, latest styles
WE SPK< l M.I/I-.   io  Md. .  Shirts,   striped,
\.  :,. an $1  tip.
I.aii- Spriri              mit 'vci
Drop in when passing and    ■    oui   large stock
ami patterns to suit tb-  is.
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Fit-Reform Clothing Stetson Hats Foot-Rite Shoes
SEE THE HANDSOME PICTURE OF
Now on Exhibition in the   window of  our   New
Office, next to the Revelstoke Meat Market
The Painting is authentic in all details, being an
exact copy of their Board of Trade picture used to
advertise their City, and shows the exact relative position of
KKNSINGTON
OUR NEW SUBDIVISION THERE
NOW ON  SALE AT
$150 and $175 Per Lot
CALL   AND   GET   PARTICULARS
J. B. WATSON REALTY COMPANY
Local Agency, Home Loan and Contract Co.
E. Q. FOLEY, Manager, MacKenzie Avenue
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