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Interior Publismng Co., Agts.i
Vol. 18-No. 60
"Revelstoke the Capital of Canada's Alps"
The Mail-Herald
Mine CardsV
AUG 17 1112
A SPECIALTY u ■	
Interior Publishing Company
PRINTERS  AND I'UBI.ISHERS    j
V.
REVELSTOKE. B. Ci AlKJUVP 14, 1912
$2.50 Per Year
THE FENCE QUESTION
Pittsburgh Field Fencing with the Electric
Weld, makes it one solid piece of perforated
metal—the only fence that will stand up under
snow pressure - will not sag in Summer's heat
tup break with the cold in winter, no stays
to slip, no exposed ends to invite rust,—no
cleats to hold moisture, will conform to uneven ground)- all Number '.) Wire, stays and
fence all the same size, made from open
hearth steel wire. The strongest fence made
to-day.    Let Us Show You the Goods.
ORNAMENTAL FENCES
Have you noticed the smart appearance of our
lawn fences,—see them all over the town. We
have the gates to match. Heavy wires, most
durable—t'ood appearance.
IDEAL FIELD FENCING
To those looking for a cheap fence vve can
offer this line-o5 cents a rod up.
THE PROGRESS CLUB
EXECUTIVE MEETS
Concessions for C. P. R. Holel.—Milling and Foundry
Industry Might Be Secured for Revelstoke.-
first Post Planting of Auto Road.
POULTRY NETTING
Good Stock.   All Sizes.   Prices Right
LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO.
Plumbing
LIMITED
Steam Heating
Tinsmithing
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% Imperial Bank of Canada "
0 Hoad Office—Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Subscribed            - 6,000,000.00
Capital Paid Up             -      - 6,425,000.00
Reserve        .... 6,425,000.00
Total Assets,       -      - $72,000,000.00
Branched or Agents tt .1! principal points inJCiuiiul;.,
Agent* in Groat Britain and United Slaten-—London, England,
Lloyds Bauk, Limited. Chicago—Pint National Hank, Corn Exchange National Bank. Seattle 81 ■..;•■ N :', .i'.il Hiii ik, San Francisco— Weils Fargo Nevada National Batik. Spokane--Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of $1 and upward, recoived, and interest allowed at
current rate from date nf deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
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CLASSIC
H 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
TIRED ?
|THEN A CUP OF
4BELL BLEND  TEA"
will refresh vou with its bright, spicy
flavor nnd IrKgraticy. Sold in 1 lb.
lead packages.
Price, 35c, 40c. and 50c. per Ib.
G. W. BELL
P.'O. Box 208
GROCER & BAKER
Phone No. 23
NHHlffil PIANOS
Sheet Music and all kinds of
Small cTVIusical Goods
Call and Inspect
Music Store, McKenzie Ave.
An executive meeting ol the    Pro
gross club waa held Id the city hull
mi Tuesday evening at 8 p.m.
Vice-President K. Gordon took tiie
chair, Secretary Horobin road min -
uteH ot last meeting which were ad -
opted as read.
COMMITTEES.
Finance committee reported pro -
gross.
I'ivi.' Improvement committee re -
ported  progress.
Publicity committee per H. J. Mc-
Borley reported completion ot arrango
ments re submitting to R. F. Green,
M.I'.. particulars as to thc proposed
national park and the views of club
members regarding same.
Entertaining committee, no report
submitted.
Chairman—There may tie some misunderstanding re the kind of picnic
meant   by the term "basket picnic."
Mr. KincaW— I am Btill at a '°ss
to understand what sort of a picnic
is to be held; do we understand that
tables will be provided, or slmll every
one 1,0 allowed to "Catter among the
bush to eat apart.
Ohairman—We will take this matter
up  later.
Industrial committee, per K. M.
Gibson reported their efforts in the
direction „t securing a milling industry tm ltevelstuke. Among the recommendations of the committee were
that the openings ill Hevelstoke (or a
milling ainl foundry industry lie advertised;, that u   standing advertise -
ment Ik' Carried in some suitable paper ainl tbut the matter ol newspaper publicity U' further considered.—
Report adopted.
Special committees seported resou-
vi'iiii that a loving cup suitably engraved bad been chosen lur presents
tion by tbe club president to Hou.
Thos. Taylor on, tbe occasion oi Uie
tirst post plnnt ing uf new motor
iii.nl, and that a suitable local granite post Inscribed "Aug. Jtst. First
Post Mount Revelstoke Motor Road"
bad been ordered in readiness for the
81st.—Reports adopted.
COMMUNICATIONS
a communication from tbe Minister
ol Public Works stating tbat     "work
mi the motor road will lie commenced  ni  uiu'.' and thai JIh.iiimj was nv-
;,.l.ible f..i   inm Hog wltb tbe work
iin.I to i«' expended ilus year," was
read and tbe club decided to suitably
thank tbe Hon, Gentleman during tne
opportunity afforded by Ins coming
visit.
O.P.R. HOTEL
a discussion arose as to tho advisability of requesting the city conn
cil to otter to tbe C.P.R. such concessions as may bc deemed expedient
iu tbe way uf cheap light, water pow
mi and exemption trom taxation, in
order to encourage the establishment
of tlie t'.r.R. hotel in Revelstoke.
alter discussion, a motion that tin
Progress t'luh were in favor of such
action by the city council waa unan
imously adopted, and the Industrial
committee were Instructed to wait on
the council and voice the wishes of
the club on  this subject.
MKKTINGS.
CR, Macdonuld—Ther,- is one thing
■bould lie done and that is these executive meetings slioiilil lie cut out
all'1, all the business done iu giiirial
ini'i'tings,
Mr. iiiliBon—Yes. a general notice
should be Bent out re this new procedure for the neit meeting
Moved, seconded and curried that
hereafter all     meetings     of this club
shall consist, ui mtmbera of the club,
the  members     to    have equal  vouinc
powers, thus constituting the    whole
membership of the club as    members
of the executive.
Certain bills were ordered paid-
The  meeting adjourned  at  10 p.m.
RBVBLSTOKB With CBLBBRATH
Revelstoke will celebrate on August
21st, when Hnn Thomas Taylor, in
the presence nf a distinguished cum
pany Ot prominent men gathered (Torn
all ovei tbe West, will plant the tirst
post Oi the Mount Revelstoki Motor
Uowl,   ibus   littingly    riuiiiiirinnrating
the commencement oi the construe
tloh within our city, ol what It <'ch
lined tn become tbi     most     srldsli
•■""" ii tourist attract I tbi icsn
,  Watt
1 ■ •   ■ remooj will ba a fitting oMtn
'in   tO  a strenuous      day.   II  in      ttM
mornltlg the     Hon.   Member b.r   the
Revelstoko Riding,  wlll otlldate     at
Bg of die cornar stooi o. tha
New Wing   I Vii toria hospital,
f led  b)   thc committee ot
,arraugtis«at», tbat then joint   fill •
brationa, should be made un occasion worthy of tho importance of   tha
I'li'iiiuiiii's. Tbe s.s, Revelstoke bas
been Chartered, a public wholo da)
holiday, is to be proclaimed, and
every citizen is invited to join in the
festivities, The l'ost Planting will
take   place  at  '.I  p.   m.,   in, Columbia
Turk, it will Ih> accompanied by suit
able speeches, both before and after
the ceremony itself, a scries of amuse
ments have been planned. The affair
Will be organized along tbe lines of
an old time basket picnic, hot water
and tables will he provided on thc
grounds, Tho City Hand will be in
attendance, and a general good time
will lie spent in the glorious sunshine
amid the matchless scenery and natural surroundongs of thc Columbia
Park. The steamboat will make
four trips, two each way to convey the
picnlcers to the camping ground.
Everyone is Invited to attend.
IV CREATE
NEW PORTFOLIO
Hr. R. f. Green, of Victoria,
Menllooed as Possible Minister ol Mines io the Cabinet
RADICAL CHANGES
BEING AFFECTED
Ottawa, Aug. '.I—it is very possible
that next session an additional portfolio will be created and the west will
secure a fourth minister. It is understood Btrong Influence La being
brought to bear by tbe mining interests to have a minister ot mines appointed. Formerly bbe department ol
mines Wan undei the minister of iu-
laiid revenue. Last aessiwi this
branch was transferred to tba depart
ment of the Interior. However, this
is one of tlie heaviest deportmenta,
Tbe minister ot tbe interior has under   bun   Immigration,   lands,   Indians
an.l forestry department, as well as
tbe mines, lt is felt tbat under u full
Hedged minister, tbe miuiug Industry
could! be given far mora encouragement than 11 bas been in tba past.
Hrltish Columbia particularly anrloua
to aee tbe minister of mines appoint
ed.
The name-  suggested  for  tbe   pus,
t.uii are UH.  Bennett, Calgary; „.!).
Tm im,     N,w Westminster;     Robert
Green,   the  member  Who succeeded   A.
8. Qoodeve tor Kootenay. Mr, Oreen
wus formerly minister ol mines In the
British Columbia government.
Conference of C.P.R. Officials at
Revelstoke Results in Transfer of Officials-Extensive
Alterations Reported.
Revelstoke, Aug. u—An Important
conference of most of the prominent
British Columbia officials of the Can
adiiin Pacific railway was nold in the
council chamber of the local R.R.Y.
M.C.A.    Those present were     General
Superintendent v. W. i'eters,   A. ll.
Stevens, assistant; George Graham,
superintendent district two; S. Phipps
master mechanic; W.O. .Miller super -
intendent district three; Capt. J. O,
lune, superintendent of H.C. lake and
river steamers; I). McKay, until re -
Mcntly trainmaster at Winnipeg; O.A.
Ciit.tri'll, acting superintendent at
Vancouver; J. O. Mcljcod, trainmaster district one; T. Kilpatrick, superintendent district one, and M. K. Mc-
Quarrle,  divisional engineer.
IMPORTANT CHANGES.
It was announced that Mr. McKay,
who has been acting superintendent
at Winnipeg, Is to succeed Mr. Kilpatrick as superintendent here, while
Mr. Hopgood, one of tho best known
passenger conductors on this district
is to succeed Mr. McLeod as train -
master. It is reported that Mr. McLeod is to be transferred to Winnipeg, but nothing definite can he learn
ed regarding the new position which
Mr. Kilpatrick is to till.
Mr. Oottrell, for several years chief
despatcber here, i.s appointed super -
intendent of terminals with hoad -
quarters at Vancouvei', a position
made necessary by tho removal of
District Superintendent Graham's ollicial  duties to North  llend.
TO COMMENCE  WORK.
Tiie proposed Improvements to local
yards and simps was thoroughly gone
into, with thc result that work will
be commenced almost immediately on
extensive alterations ami additions.
Owing to the heavy Itu reuse in freight
tratlic the local yards have booh badly Congested tor weeks at a time this
summer, and it is absolutely ueces -
saiy that Increased accommodation
for freight tratlic be provided before
the fall shipments ot fruit, vegetables
and  gram   begin  to  move.
Work will shortly be commenced on
a ten-stall addition to tbe local round
bouse. The large steel oil tanks with
i capacity of nvcr two million gal -
Ion of crude oil. have been completed by the contractors engaged on the
work and it is expected tbat by September I. tbere will nol be „ coal -
burning locomotive on tbe district.—
Vancouver Sun.
Natlmo Caves
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BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
First St, Kevelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
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DEALERS IN
Choice Groceries, Fruits, Vegetables
l'Yesh Roasted Coffees, Tetley's Teas.
Hay, Flour, Feed, Poultry Supplies.
Hardware. Sporting Goods, Miners' Supplies
AGENTS FOR
McClary's Kootenay Ranges, Furnaces, etc.
Sherwin-Williams Paints, Oils, Varnishes.
Canadian Oil Co., Ltd., Gasoline and Oils.
PLUMBING       HEATING       TINSMITHING
Special Attention Paid to Mail Orders.
BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
First St., Revelstoke.    Telephone No, 22 J
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OREEN   VEOETABLES
Green Peas, per lb  10c
Green Golden Wax Beans, per lb.        10c
New Celery, 2 lb. for  25c
Cherries, per basket  60c
Raspberries, 2 boxes for 25c
John McIntyre «s* son
First Street. Telephone No. 93
Among recent visitors to tbe mail
Herald  ollice,   wus Mr.  CH.   Ilcutseb
liuin  ut  lilacier   House.    Mr.   DeUtSCfa
mun i- u Dominion government official, wbo hai charge ol    the    treat
Nnkiinii t'uves at lilacier. He slates
tbat  Hi.oiks  to extensive publicity ou
the part oi tbe Canadian Pacific rail
«i,y company, the volume ol tourist
traffic to Qlaoter and vicinity is rui>-
niiy Increasing, tins yeai breaking nil
records,   As evidence ol the djmMi
urns  to  which   tbe  travel   bus  attain
ea, it is stated that in addition to
the regular traffic no less than eleven
■pedal trams, unloaded their occu -
pants tu tbe number ot ten thousand
ill   the  little  Station  close   lo   tbe fain
oiih eaves.   A large numbei oi weal
thy American and BuTOpSM tourists
lake in tbe trip more leasurly, and
tbe O.P.R. hotel .,. crowded during
the i-iii,n- summer.
Tbe Caves  uie a  series  ol      natural
openings in the marbleised limestone
of tbc district, anil iu ii.I.l.I.mi lo
their hi enic attractions, posucRK uni-
i|i,e features  which  bruit; to them (or
investigation purposes, geologists ind
■dentists Irom every quarter of the
globs.
Tbe hii ruii inii n,' district is also
much frequented by botanists in
search of rare mountain fauna, and
un  Increasing     numlier uf    mountain
climbers are leaving ths worn out
lieids of Europe, in order to win bunt
by   ei-.'lm,■   lbe   many   v rgla   iieaks  ol
the Mighty itockies.
Mr. Daufaobn.au Kates that the vol
UmS uf tourist  travel Will continue to
Increase, the old habitants return
year after year, as if fascinated t,y
in,' beauties ol Uie soenlo backbone oi
Oanada, ami they bring with them
number- of ,,ibi'is who nre anxious
to list (or tttemSSlVSS the Klonoft of
u holhln     in   tb.'  Canadian Alps.
.Mn.   i . V   Lindmark and daughters
are oo » plea.uro tup to tbe coilt.
CANDY FACTORY FOR REVELSTOKE
H. Manning Erects $10,000 Block
on McKenzie Avenue
Mi. ii. Manning, announces that he
has awarded tbe contract to Koote a.
Pradolini, tor the erection of a two-
storo;) lenient ami pressed brick tscck
at u cost ot over flu.UOU, on  his  pro
perty on McKensle avenue next door
iu the Bell store.
The building will be 20 feet bv IUU
iii'l, with metal root, anil an l'i by
211 foot basement. 'I'he ground Boor
will be Occupied by the store au.l v.ill
have a beuui celling, tbe wulls t>ml
ceiling being puniicllrd. It the rear
ni the store will bc u ladies waiting
room, lavatories and ollice. Thore will
also Ire strewing room with re.r.iiit
lloor. the ice bouse     will bs in    the
huscmi'iil. i ueeting with un inn mu'h
at the rear of thc block.
The outer walls of the entire nul'd-
Ing will bc of 2*) inch solid cement ,
the front being pressed bri^s. It ls
the intention that the candy factory
proper shall lie located In the bi.ee-
meiit, whilst tbc second ItGfty will ht
available for olllces and morn*. Work
on the building will he rushed, aad
it is hoped mmi' will bc ready fer
OOCUpanoy Ifl ample time for the
Christmas trade.
When completed and equipped, this
will bc the most modem ami best
candy factory botween Calgary and
Vnncouver.
Mr. Manning, who has best) in tha
candy manufacturing business for
many years, has been looking (or
liuin' monttiH past, throughout the
West, for ii suitable locution whereon
to build a factory, Among other places he Investigated Medicine Hat,
where he weiH 10 far a- to purchase
uu ideal site lul a factory, and re-
OSrved great inducements from the
city in the way of cheap gas for i OW
er, provided he would build his factory tbeie Recently he wus oftorol
substantial inducements to locate bis
factory at the coast, hut offer a enro
fill survey nf the entire field, he d
Bided tu stay with Hevelstoke, and lo
catc th* factory hero,
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
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For To-Day and Next Week We Have
the Following Snaps
All our Boys Balbrigan Underwear at 25c. a Garment
The balance of our Summer Underwear-SOc. a garment
Straw and Linen Hats at Half Price.
Twenty-five Pairs of Men's Heavy Shoes at $1.90.
75 Pair of Men's regular $5 and £6 shoes.   Now $3-75.
15 Pair of Men's Canvas Shoes at $1.50.
McRae Mercantile Co.
THE HOME Of GOOD CLOTHING
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7-Roomed House on Third Street. 50 Ft. Lot..    $1,200
Modern House. Second Street     $  850
Modern House. Connaught Avenue     $1,500
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I'l'l USHED   WEDNESDAY  ANU
SATURDAY   AT
REVFt.STOKE.  B.   C.
TTh."    (".nill-laVr"!^      '"!"""' 'll nolitldmi capable ol  hold
U-I.X    lll.MU~.UCl. UK'     |ing uU ,lW11 ,„ llM. [-,„„„„ lllhl ,,u Ul(.
I'ublb   I'latfotm.
The appointment ol Mr, It.!', lit ecu
„s Minister ol Mines, would hi a
compliment in this constituency iu
put'tlculur, in the West in general mul
to tho Minim: In,imi ry ol B.C.; «e
are glad to see that lu* name is
prominently   mentioned  In connection
Willi   tiie  new   portfolio,  .iml  Ihi'iiI Very
li-.it t >   to havo the opportunity     ol
congratulating our uiembor upon being honored by un utter ol tba cal n
et rank.
To Protect Canadian Market
Jntertot publtabtna Company,
Limited
J, K. JOHNSON, Manager.
RAU'll  I..   BORUTON,   Kditor.
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We ..ii  glad ive l he pi ivili .-
thi    m  ,  m.i'v    steps
; taken bj  the ■ Ity police to
pei stop t he    pel Igrinat ions
.   i  gatnerers ui uinntic cart •
thi .  m  streets dm ing  ibe hours
• : church .mu.i Ic on .- undays.
finest i|iuiliiy. Employees of tbe department un' also stationed in the
old country nml keep the commission
er iiifiiniii'il uf market developments
ami u|>Miiini:s inr Canadian produce.
Much toward ine extension in this
way nf markets (or ibe Canadian pio
ducer is being accomplished.
Good work has boen dune by the
department In Improving transportation mothods, arranging fur refrigerator I'lii* ami other tacllltles for tbe
successful shipment "i produce,
Mr. Itiiibliek will leave for the
Crows Nest, tomorrow morning,
Si li in. Auu. I- it is agaitiBl Improperly packed, graded or marked
fruil ilnm i be i nioed States in par
iiiMii.u tbat. the federal government,
which is Increasing tin. number ol inspectors un.lei the iiuii marks net
,ii iini ish i lolumbia Hum um' to lour
■'  • ' '  nieetlugs,    oui   a„j ,„ Albert,, rrom threo to     nine,
l'      '      '. ;-   I  had  an  Informal   Ls emkiivoring  to protect tbe     pro-
ium  advisability Lucei   and  consumer  in  Canada,  Bard
i • '   naming     ami  j    Ai  nml,lick of Ottawa, dairy  and
b' •     i". into thc city co|,| Btorage commissioner ui tbe de
'■   ■■ ■ ■ ' it I    apity  ihat the unrtmcni ol agriculture, al the sua
•   ■•        mm  ullowi i  to drop  in    tucoun  last    nlgh-t.      He  is    visiting
i    .......       and altliougli the term ol   Kootenay on his way east after avis
out   t'jtj   f'ulhers  i-  nearing  Its end,   lt  ,,, ,i„. ,.,,,.,„,  ,,,,,1  toJay  wm  ,„ake
i ">ay  no    yet   Ihs       lnte  „  trip up  tbe  west  arm, stopping  at
lomething definite re   tbe ranchei   ol  James JobuBtonc,  .1.
Kard.ng , ur at  least.   i.>   resolu |'p.   Uculby,  J,J, Campbell  and others
.i.ui.. n.. a. i.i .1.1 ,1, favoi •■: tins
ut. mi ,■ bey lay down the
.;..•-. ..; ottice,   The abBCnce
British Columbia Hint is generally
well packed an.l graded an.l does not
give ine  Inspectors lntteh trouble.  Mr.
ut 11 nuini" ■ on our bouses   Kuddlck remarked, hut  It Is noccasary
i.-. ., ..■.,!., I, and woudei i"  ti,.,!  ., close Inspection of     Imported
: tors Abo are now!truil  Bhould  he made.  In addition to
1 reach  Revelstoke     in   the (oui  Inspectors, three ol whom ar*.
ers,    It   1- also a con I to lie appointed  in  Luis province    hy
t-       . local   business   arrangement   with   the  customs     de-
Uieu.  .:,  the mattei   of deliveries     ol   purlment   olllcers .it   Nelson,     Grand
in  u .1   opinion
1. . iwn   the   village
the .iimi ting ol
ti   nu   . ;  vague refei
nn i the city
... aud antiquated
-  the    way
location.
. . .!   bouses  Is     .1
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; ..   .md   Il.e
■    Hand     at
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ll :n|ii,l
.-. City,   is a
1 ■ it     during
idditions    port
.    \y  lhat  u!
.'■'.      ter o :   .■ tli.- Weat
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: . ■ dines being iep
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forks au.l  l'rince  Itupert   will     con
ui.ue iu aet  as  inspectors undei   the
n mt marks act    J.G.  Uunyan  is    In
si tor in Nelson und will accompany
Mr,  Kuddlck un hi • 1 rip up the west
arm today.
In  tbe  praii les  an   Inspe tor,   when
tbe force  has  been  Increased  will  be
si., loned  .11  every   disti ih il
where carload  shipments  are  received   steadily  for about an  hour
Al    Hie- •   places   .11 I .ill.•mum:.Im    ,\ lil    lie
made win tin- customs departmen
which im e.u  .mi'.i 1 ted reign
try   will   i.e  released   until   II
■■• mi  ll    ; • •',,.,I.
This     I hoi oiigl
Nelson's Complaint
Nelson, Aug, 10. That the t'.l'.U.
baa falloil to make good its agree
incut with ilie Nelson Board ot Trado
tu 1,mid, maintain and advertise tbo
Kootonay l.ako Tourist hutel In tbe
same niauuci  .u- ihe main line resorts
tu Improve pn isougi t servli 1    tho
1 Irows Nm.1 line, to tuke up the mat
tor ul lower pussonger rates on Btea
mors an.l Lhe Inauguration of settlers
rates to tl"' kootenay, and that the
Kootonay Is nol getting the publicity
promised m tho pact was the state
ment made al the meeting of tbe
Board of Trade last night.
The company  promised  these     un
proVOIUeutS   three   ye.-its   ugo  ill     coll-
suieiatii i  aii  undertaking  by  the
hoard not tu oppose the company's
applical nm to tho federal govern -
menl (01 nn extension of 1 Ime tor the
construction of tbe lino from Kootenuy Landing to Proctor. A decision
to press the company to curry out,
this portiou nf ibe agreement wus
reached  by   Hie  board.
Preserving Pointers
Khiihui'd ,1am This jam must he
well made to be successful, otherwise
tne ungratefulness uf tbe family towards your efforts is usually both
unanimous ami discouraging.
Ill   August    Hie   new   growth   "I   'bu
barb is plentiful. Select only Blonder
led -talks, and wash hut ilu not peel
them. Reject any which cul woody,
ami save as much as poBSible uf the
l't .1 end, because tbe pinkoi the jam
the more appetizing it looks. Cut
111 hall Inch pieces as for pies: add
throe quarters ut a pound oi Bttgar to
each pound of rhubarb and let stand
ovor night. In tb,* morning put it on
an hour ur less. While bolting add
uue lemon rind, chopped line, tu eaeb
11.  pounds of fruit ami lastly,   une
can ui pineapple, cut Bmall.
Tun pounds of fruit of uny kind
make une quart ol preserves, or one
pint   nl  .Icily.
lbe   little   blue   bell If...    Wtlil b        Hie
small buy is .-..I diligently picking this
mouth   un   Mt.    ltevelstuke,    make   de-
lil .ulls   pies,     They    also   make   a    |>te
serve much finer in llavor  thai, that
made   from   the   hllt'klchcl I > Make
i syrup of om
■ each i". u
\ - .. \.ii ■ • 1    boil  one tes
,  il une tablespoon
mm   :.. each cup ,.; mgi
und   add   '
August Rod and Gun
iewfouudls
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: 1   He        I'll,I.s!        Stales    •
the Canadiau growei  ■
absolutely  equal   I
.■a  co   ;   ' .<■   m -  I hi
marking and packing ,.i Cm owing
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portnt
itch,
although Canaan
lets   .ue   decreasing   In
tion is growing
■   imp ti o n
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.•MM.it.-  has lollowed,  laid  u
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McBride and Bowser Met
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HHin wbo
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oducing   it  present   m connection with
I growing   ,s      Mi    Kul lak a   opinion.
"Tbe price ol daity products in  In ' who Is ill me
•:.  Col imbia       hlghei   than  In  an.
othei   pi ni .ne.-  .a   i an.nlu,     in- oks tired
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V\ i. ,•■   ai .mii
i-  ai   Inspet'.un of cold
warehouses sud»hH«ed  by the  govi  n-
Ijtrol   uf       these   llisl .'  .
ng reci t»t 1 v been taken ovei I
by the department  uf agriculture   of Br le, ic
which Hun  Martin Burrell Is tbe bes '        rh«t I ,,t   n
Cold storage  Warehouses han- pi   ■•■, mighl p ihat  lasted all through the
nf great    advantage  to Hn   flsbei ss       1      With the   -
....I  Mi.   Ruddlck, in ■.!'■ opi Bed  up n I 1
knottier  important   branch  of    Mi . h t'otutnhln   Thc  ,':,,.  ,,, ,n  whom
.   1 ■• ,Hi«>d th,    Important   rtudtllek's department is thai concei 1 !■■ (li ■< iml   ••• the train ., 1 m. cast hn
'.i-i .li-i  ol Mini      ,   the mc, tbe marketing    und transports fortunes In tin- fm   western  province
'i 1   nun uf Canadian produce, At Canad Todny iti. McBride of ti ihi  Intro
all  tbe other require -  mn ports nre    stationed   Inspectors, duotlon l*81i   FUchard McBnde, ,>rem
tS    uf    the
lm,es it is tu see thut thc     proilm c   Bowser,  the  ,.t oneral   uf    tin
' seut out from the Dominion le of tbo  province.—N»w  York shin.
BURTON CITY NEWS
Principal McKenzie "f Red Deer,
Alia., is Bpending pari uf Ilis vaca
tion Willi his ii.'be, Mis. I.l''- Hubert,
nf l.uwe Holme, and is su cnfnt untcil
with this section uf lhe river that I"'
has prolonged bis visit. We hope be
will settle here.
Sidney Leary has successfully tin
ished ins contrnot with tbe Quanco
Lumber Co., nml has moved bis stock
Ln town again. Sal has engaged Wil
klnson'B famous orchostrn frnin Ncl-
suii tu provide the music for bis
dance durolng tbe last week of Aim
list..
John Marshall "f the Cumhiu ranch
bad a raising bee Friday ami is   now
the uwiier of une uf  Hie  largest   road
houses  in   tbe  district.
K. Ohtlds, uf Huntley, Sask.,
brought bis bride in hero ami will
settle un the laml lie purchnsod last
full from A. a. Burton.
it. 1.. .lune wiil shortly commence
tn build a new Btoro, 3*1x40 111 close
conjunction  to the sini.- occupied  by
Mi.   It.   Stevens.
lien llluker ami a party uf frnm Is
from Carson Qjty visited Nukusp on
Thursday,
l''.. I,. Scbram is busy widening tbe
streets here un behalf ol the government.
Mr. A. T. Mosoley visited hi., |ur-
ents at Carroll's Landing this week,
tu lind bis mother on the highway to
recovery,
Government work along ihe lower
'uke is progressing rapidly.
To stiow how we .tie progressing,
ihe Becretary uf the H. 11. Improve
ment society bus already received two
uilers for lbe plHce nf resident doc
tur, which will show Lhe Burtonltos
the sum and substance uf news items
111   either   paper.
The Columbia \ alley Land I',,. Ltd
are busy clearlug this summer ami
report a goodly number nf settlers
coming in from the prairie,
Will Cost n
BUSINESS LOCALS
The "Sugar Bowl" for the best ,A
everything, chocolates, soft drinks,
ae cream uud fruits.
Knur mi's uf small briquettes nnw
111. Positively tin- best eual for summer use, clean ami economical, ltevelstuke lieneral  agencies,  Ltd.
l-'ull supply uf Bankhead coal now
in. Advance orders being taken. Ile-
livery guaranteed. Itevelstoke General  agencies,  Limited.
MUSIC—Miss Johnson, pupil of A.
Miller, !•'.it.A.M., Loudon, is (iropar
ed to take 11 limited number uf pup
ils fur tuition iu music, for terms
npply ut the resilience of J. K.
Johnson, tirst In.use west uf the bos
pitnl.   Kirst  street.
i-i.ei j body's   doing it '     What i
Dropp lag  .11 at  the    "Sugar    Bowl"
iui   tbi .ee cream   ami    soft
.1 .nii,
A FEW ss MS 7 Roomed House
. .11 ••!. >f!. Lot, (1200.00. A
mu  House, Second Btreet, (850.00
I  ..imi iL-hl    avenue at
•   General   Agencies
irt,   a   Van
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way    .H via   11
Bowl l'oun-
\i   . ■ ,-enue,
COMING EVENTS
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:     Umi bWlt. .port r-'Mi, '■-   J*:"'!
.  anl   would  bl    m.t'fum^n lu'in.rie,, and n part nfwbn,i-   y g man  Is the  Hon    William    J.
effect ■'    tnlt Isti 1 of mines"
^..'   .    a  j   liUoo to the cabinet, aa
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Victoria Aug. 18—Tenders were invit
ed the other day by tbe federal government foi' the construction of a
breakwater ami docking facilities at
Victoria to eust $2,11011,111111.
NOTICK
liMViistuke Land Dlstriot.
District nf West Kootenuy.
Take nolice tbut I, Michael Grady,
uf St. Leon, 11.c, occupation, hotel
koopor, Intends to upply fur permls -
sloll In purcbase the following described   lunds.
Commencing at a post planted at
ihe  Ninth   Went Corner ui Lot 1189,
thence eust 20 cbuins, Ibeiiec north
■III cbuins, tbenee enst III ciiains,
thonco north lu cbuins, thenee west,
to bank ui Halfway Crook, thonco fol
lowing  bunk  smith   In  point of     ',,,,,
moncoment,     containing    ICO   acres,
moro ur less.
Dnted  August  3rd,  1912.
MICHAKL  illtAi'V.
firsl   issue  Aug.   II.
FULL  LINE  OF   GENT'S   SHOES
The well known Keen Kut Shoe and the Wellington Bolid leather Shoe. They are both
leathers. We also carry a full line of Tan
Shoes.   Call and see them before purchasing.
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
Boot and Shoo Repnlrors,
Silllillui'li
Harness Makers
Settled Ten.Iers addressed to tbc
undorslgned, and endorsed "Tendei
for the Construction ol a Breakwater
in \ n -in ria 1 laibiiui, B.C," will be
received at this ollice uniii 4.00 p.m.,
un Thursday, September 5, 1912, for
the construction of a Broakwutcr at
Victoria Harbour, Victoria, B.C.
riaiis, specifications and form of
contract can lie seen ami forms of
tender obtained nt this Department
and at the Ottlces of W. Heinlei'soti,
Kesideiii Architect, Blctorla, B, C.j
t'.f. Woi-Bford, Kst|., District Bngln
eer, New West iii Hist cr, H.C, ,1. G.
Snin, ICsq., District Kngi r, Toronto, tint.; .1.1.. .Midland, Ksi|., His
trict lOngineei', Montreal, line.; A.
Decary, hlsq., District lt!iig>lueer, Quebec, W'le , ami uu application tu the
I'oBtmaster at Vancouver, B.C.
Persons tendering arc uotided thai
tenders wilL not he considered unless
made mi the printed forms supplied,
aiitl signed with their actual signa
tures, Btatiug their occupations antl
places ui residence. In the ease ol
linns the actual signature, the nature
of the occupation, un.l place of resi-
deuce ol ouch member uf the brm must
in- given,
Kach lender musl. be accompanied
by au accepted cheque mi a chartered
hunk payable to lhe order of the Hun
ourulilo the Minister uf i'ublic WorkB
e.iimi I.. ten pei cent. (HI p.c.) ol tlle
amount uf the tender, wbich will be
forfeited it tbe person tendering de
dine en enter into a Contract when
called upon to do so, ur fail in complete tii,- wurk contracted fur. if ithe
tender be not accepted the cboqtte will
be returned.
The Department iIim-h not himl Itself
to accept the  lowest ur any  tender.
Iiy order,
it. C. DE8KOCHBR8,
Secretary.
Depai 1 meat, of l'uhiic Works,
Ottawa,   Aiikusi   Mh,   1012.
Newspapers will nut he paid for tbis
advertl cment if tbey insert il without  authority from the Department.
NOTIOB
The Regular Annual Meeting nf the
Revelstoke Hospital Society wilt be
held in the City Hall on Tuesday,
august  20th,  1:112.
w. i). Armstrong,
td. Secretary
Western  IRc$ibcntial Schools
(Distinctly   I  In ii.li.'u     N.n,   lien.inn,,.ili.ini,I)
BRAEMAR
A  high class   icsiilcnii.il   nml day
school lor nitls of all mies.
Shaughnessy Heights,   Vaucouver,
Large grounds,  magnificent  buildings, wiib  every   modern  ttppliunce
Inr health ami eutlllul I.
StaU   unequtilicd;  every   teacher n
specialist in her own tlcparluieut.
LANGARA
A residential & day School (or boys
I'ilicen acres, adjoining Shawibuessy
Heights, Vancouver.
rluihlings embodying the latest
ulcus iii school structures to accommodate Mm bins.
liiluiiiiiiiniil standard of the highest,
l-'ull provision for athletics.
Doth school,! open this Autumn.    For particulars addrosa
IIK. !<:. I), Mel.AKtlN,    S-l'AXl.liY ClllUT, - VANCOUVER,   II. C.
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., I.I..D., D.C.L., President
ALEXANDER LAIRD JOHN AIRD
Gsneral Munnsrr Assistant Genernl Manager
CAPITAL, $15,000,000
REST, $12,500,000
MOTICE
'."•  ■■ '. hereby given, to travellers
,11   Hn-      Big     Bend    Trail,   that   the
Downie Treek  Road    Houso   will    be
closed   to  tl"'  travelling  public  after
15th,
l-'.   \    BRADLEY.
WANTED
Villi  Ki Itoum  House, lull
I 'laeiit,  bath room,
ul   modern  improvements.  Ap
i'ii.  Boi  166, or call at Mr.
iuui,11 n     residence,     Seventh
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e.nn Cn-
ri to   tl t
Western W„n
....   two bouses on
■■■    .   1..1   95.60   uud
• ni house un    sixth
I
• 11   im .       '.miiien.iy
Ltd
ipi claltj    wll man In
greatest conventenci   In ul
-   offered,   All   us
ivel'' Can
ten desired.
im .     ,1   ::    wi ii- Sbeppard,
1:  ■       i   Vancouvsi
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tlf r 1
;     D     '■■•■      f    i.     tn
l.abll Hi    leal
•'    Il'l"      |r'  'I l||d      lift       ■'•  .1'
rivi   campaign cov
11 1111-   Wi   I,.1 ,,    1 'al.ad.i      Appropl la
1 Ion   to make propoi it.mi known in
.   mm     locality.     We    (illlii.-li    hi. lat.
1111- an 1   window dei ninl,.,!,.. ai,,1 it
pi 1 nti-   bj     ending
1 eprssentat ri to  ■ our etty.
f  tn 1 x|.en.led and "ti 1 in -
proving property. Write „t nnce for
Mm Beckmsn a Elliott, 120s Do-
'inii   Trust  Illdg.,  Vancouver.  B.
c.
TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES
Issue,! by The Canadian Bank of Commerce enable the traveller to
provide himself with funds without delay at each point of his journey in
a convenient yet inexpensive manner. They 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 tlie Cue of each cheque.    They are economical, absolutely safe  self-
identifying and easily negotiated. g,3
REVELSTOKe    BRANCH—F.  Nl. GIBSON. MOR
Naktsi' Hkanch, l-l, I,. Roth wm.I., Manager,
WOOD for SALE
400 Cords of First-Class Hemlock and Cedar for
summer or winter delivery, 16 or 18-inch and 4-H.
Order by Telephone No. b2.
Tonka Farm W. C. CALDER
' KAMLOOPS CENTENARY CELEBRATION '
Three Dnys of l'uii uiul Frolic
Tuesday. Wednesday. Thursday. Sept. 17-18-19
Baseball Tournament, Football Tournament, lacrosse Tournament,
Lawn Tenuis Tournament,   Polo Tournament,   Motor itoat Races,
Field Sports Kill,- Shooting Aquatic Sportn.
Orainl Historical Pageant illustrating the progress of Events since
lite foundingqf the lirst white settlement in 1 su
Trades1 Procession.
Decorated Motor Car Parade.
Two Big Displays of fireworks. Arranged by Hit. Bros., of Seattle
The Most HI.iimi.in-in the Interior.
ORAND lONl-'bHTI CARNIVAL UN MASiJl'K
on the closing evening,
Come ami help Kamloops celebrate.   Single Pare from uil points
on (.'.I'. R,   For Programme and further information address I
lion. Secretary Celebration Committee. Kamloops. B. C.
RAPID  TRANSIT
NEW TRANSFER BUSINESS
JUST OPENED
We make a specialty of the rapid transit of Trunks and
Light Loads.   Give Us a Call.
Albert abrahamson
HEVELSTOKE,  B.C.
Day Phone-No.  44. Night Phone-220
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JUST   OPENED
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i IHE REVELSTOKE OYSTER AND CHOP HOUSE £
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% J. Pappos and J. Chitsas,     ■    Proprietors
-* MacKonno Avenuo, Rovelstoko, B. C
Only  White   Cooks   Employed        _
Have had 15 years experience as a caterer _\
Regular $5.25 Menl Ticket for live Dollars.
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THE ri^AirL-MiEi&AJLr), :b:e^bjlsto K.-E3
WEDNESDAY,  AUGUST 14, 1912
MALAKWA
TOWNSITE
Lots in tho new townsito ot Malakwa ar« now on the market at prices
ranging Irom $75 to $175. Those lotB
nre all high and dry aud the regulation size.
Beasons Why You
Should Buy in
Malakwa
This new town is just about halt
way between Hevelstoke and Salmon
Arm, being a tritie over 30 miles
trom either place. It iB a natural location lor a town, being surrounded
by a highly rich (arming district.
LotB in this townsite can be purchna
ed on long terms ao that a purchBer
before ho has really paid (or his lots
will have made u good protit on bis
investment.
Business Opportunities
There is a grand opening tor hotclB
and other branches ot 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 ON THE GROUND FLOOR
_.«^
Buy Early
The first one hundred lots sold will
bo at the low prices of (75 to (175.
These lots will increase one hundred
per cent in a few months time. It
you fail to secure »no blame yourself
when paring higher prices later on.
Industries Already
Started
Already Industries are being located here. The flrst keen business concern to grasp the golden opportunity
of locating at this townsite will be
a large shingle mill, operated by
Spokano parties. This mill will be
operated by water power.
Preparations are also being made
to install a water power sufficient to
operate an eleetric plant or any other
industry that may come in.
For further information, apply to
.iessrs. Johnston and Haycock, Malakwa,  B. C.
sa
. . It Might Re Cold. . .
BTJT
It is always hot in the plunge at Halcyon  Hot Springs,   £
whose natural hot medicinal waters are the most wonder-   b
fui 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.
Haleyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. BOYD, Proprietor,
Halcyon, Arrow Lakes
a
Union  Hotel
IUUST NEWLY REPAIRED
RATES,      .     $1.50 PER DAY
Weekly anil monthly ratej to tie arranged.       Meal Tickets, 21 meals for $6.00
FIRST BTREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C
A. P. LBVBSQUB, Proprietor
Laughton (ft 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.    ALBEET      STQUSTIE      JPPiOIP
Centrat Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged   «nd Improved.    First-Class in every respect.    All modern convenience!
Large Sample Kouuis.
Rat'a $2.00 per day       Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
HOTEL CLIMAX RESTAURANT
—^—'-^™" OPEN NIGHT AND DAY
White Help Only Employed
Board by the Day or Week
Night Restaurant—Short Order
W. C. BATCHELOR,      -      eJManager.
Strictly  First Class
Rooms Single, cn Suite
and with Bath
Rosedene Nurseries
Revelstoke. B. C.
House Plants, Ferns, etc.
Cut Flowers, Roses, Carnations, etc
Thos. Newell, Prop.
Designs Box 51 Phone 295
UNION HOTEL
AKKU AHKAII, B. 0,
Special Attention given to commercial
men and tourists. Firit-rlaso sample
rooms. Finest scenery in Uritish Columbia, overlooking I'pper Arrow Lake.
W. J. Lightburne, Prop
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer      Draying
Handling Pianos a Specialty
Phone 42 -   Night Phone 85
NEW GAME REGULATIONS
Cut This Article Out for Future
Reference
Victoria, Aug.10—Some new regulations under the Game Protection act
have been approved l,y tbe lieutenant.
governor in council. The most important ol these is thai burners ot
pheasants will uot he allowed to kill
more than sm birds in uny oue .lay.
Hitherto there bas lieen uo restriction
ou tbc number that might t>u killed.
Iu Richmond, Dewdney, Delta U'bil-
iiwuck and Yale, the shooting ot
cock pheasaiiis will be allowed [rom
October 15 to December 31, t*i2, both
.I.I..H inclusive. No person will be
allowed to hunt or kill pbeusuuts dur
Ing Hie above mentioned periods, il
I here be three inches of snow on tbu
ground.
GKKSK ANU DOCKS
tin tbe mainland tunl islands ad
jaccnt thereto ducks, geese and snipu
may be shot [torn September 2, 1-J12
to February Dli,  l'.llll, inclusive.
Columbia, or coast doer may be
sbol on Vancouver island and in the
Island   elccloral      district  from   Sept-
ember Hi to December ifi, 1912, inclusive; and ou lite maiulaad uud islands adjacent thereto except t)ueen
Charlotte  islands,   from   September  .'
10 Deoember 16,  191*, inclusive.
hi. 1. .. geese and snipe may hu sold
iu thc province, from October 2 10
October  ill,   t il-*.   inclusive.
t'olumhiuu  or  coast  deer  may      he
sold in thu province from September
!, to October 16, 1912, inclusive.
HKAVKH OLOSH SEASON.
A close season is declared ior wapiti throughout llic muiuland until
September 1, 1914, A close season is
declared for white-tailed deer .n tho
Okanagan and Siiiiilkuuiecu districts
until September 1, 1914, A doBe season is declared [or moose in Columbiu clcctorinl district uutil September
1, 1913. A closo season is declared
im beaver throughout the provinoe
trom November 1, 1912, to Novonil>cr
1918. This is not tu apply to Indians, who mny trap tteuver Ha ner -
taiu districts und sell thc ^elts to
traders,
GltOUSli SHOOTING.
Hi oust' of all kinds inoy bo shot 111
Richmond, Ucwducy, Dollu, Chilli -
Muck, in that part of Kent inunwip-
ulity which iu in Yals oloctoral die.-
trict and in tho portion of Commox
olcctoral district that is on thc main
luud, and all islands adjacent to tho
mainland, Iiuui October 15 to Decem
ber Sl, 1912, inclusive. In Cranbrook
and Fernie, grouse may tic shot from
September 2 to October 15, 1912, Inclusive. Grouse of all kinds except
prairie chicken may he shot ou that
part of the mainland nol already
specified from Septcmlier 2 10 December 81,   1912,  inclusive.
Prairie chicken may  be shot in the
Lillooet, Cariboo, Kamloops and (ik-
I utiugun  from  September   15  to  Octo -
1 ber 15,  1912, inclusive; and  in Colum
bia, FVrnie and Cranbrook (rom Sep-
tember  Ifi,  1912,   inclusive.
Holds Annual Meeting
The annual meeting of tbe Central
Conservative Association of Columbia
riding wus held at. Windermere on Bat
urday evening liiBt ut which every as
sociatioii in the riding was represented.   Unanimity  marked tbs  meeting's
deliberations aud much enthusiasm
was displayed, augeriog bright pros
pects lor the party  111 this riding.
A.M. Oblsholrn ol Windermere wus
tu the chair uud iu tbe absence ot D,
it. Holstou, retiring secretary, ap -
poiute.l Frank Iticburdsou to tbat o(
lice  pro torn.
The following committee on creden
1,..Is was appoiuted—Frank Hicbard-
son, Athalmer; J.C. Pitta, Winder-
mere; Angus McLeun, Field. Tbeir
report  wus us follows:
Wilmer, A. Taylor uud A. Moore.
Windermere, J.c. Pitts and a. m.
Chisholm.
Athalmer, Frank Richardson aud J.
Anderson.
Hi inn.,  K.R. Cobb aud  It,  Dolao.
McMurdo, J. Crook and T.  Hart.
Galena,  Bert Lowe and V. Glover.
Golden, 11.J. Williams, Percy scbol-
ee  and   11.  G.  l'arson.
Field, Angus McLean and U.K. Ml
.lie.
Trie following resolution wus unanimously adopted:
Resolved that the Centiul Conservative Association ot Columbia riding
express its satiHfaction at the result
of the Dominion election last Bept ■
emtWI und its continued confidence in
the government of Hon. R.L. Borden
and in H.F. Gr«cn, member for Kooteuuy."
A  resolution was also passed signi
Bnti-h Columbia Proviucial Assoc.n
tion us the ollicial repr;s;aiativs ol
tbe part in tbis riding. '
on motion of J.C. 1'itte ot '.Viuder-
mere a vole ol thanks was passed to
the delegutes from a ...tance uud to
thoBe who placed theil automobiles
ut  tbe   disposal  ol  the  [or.in.-r.
The election of ofti ers resulted as
follows:
President, A. M. Chis'ilotn, V-isuU-
mere.
Vice-preaidente, Frank Hntttrdson,
Atbaluier; John /.u.ieriju, Golden; J.
li    McLelluu, Field.
Secretury-treaauiir, 0. H. Parson,
Golden.
Executive committee, I. C. 1 If s,
Windermere; T. K. Burr;, Athalmer;
J. Hobb, Wilmer, L'..R. 1.011b, Onsco;
li. J. Mcintosh, 0*1 Jn., .. Ccok, M<
Murd.,. H. (J. Pars..u and 11. •'. Wil-
A1II..1111H. Qolden; md -.. M'-Lcao,
Field.
COMMUNICATIONS.
The lollowiug commuuicutiou Iron)
tbe British Columbia Conservative
Association nu read;
"And this, the B. C. Conservatives
Ass, 1 ciat.on hereby goes on record us
supporting the choice uf tbe regular
Conservative Aesoaiatlona ol tbe
Province, both before uud after tbs
eteettODI and that a copy uf this resolution Ire sent to tbe provincial gov ■
ermueni and thu Associations throughout  the Provio.ee."
Victor Hornless Macbiuee 6 from
(20 upwards. Edison Phonographs,
trom (19.50 upwards.—Hevelstoke
Music   Btore,  McKenxls Avenue.
li acre good land [or sale near C,
P.H.  hotel.-II. N. Coursier.
Muke out your order lor your Winter'* supply ot coal. We have tbs
goods on hand uud will deliver a.
your own convenience it you send in
your order early. Uevelstoke General
Agencies,  Limited.
NOTICK
J
Riiveletoke Land District.
li.•.tm-t uf West Kootenay.
T»k>-  uotice tbat 1, Kliaabeth Hafl-
nab, of Roseland, B. c,, occupation,
married woman,  intends to apply (or
permission to purcbase tho following
tying  the convention's  pleasure t*. thej described lundai
decisive victory achieved by Sir ('ummenofng at a poet planted
It ir hoard McBfMe it the provincial el-1 about 8" chains north of the North
ections in March last and toe follow- j West Corner of Lot S402, tbence 80
ing motion rcoofcred thc unanimous chums south, ihenca 30 chains i-east,
approval of the meeting: tbenn   H chain*    north,  thence     3ti
"Resolved,  that tbe CiOtral  C-onser 'chains  west to point  of     commence -
vative Association ot Columbia    rid-, meet and .ontaimng lit) acres,   more
ing  pluce on    record at this annual lor less,
meeting its continued and    unabated |   Dated April Uth, Illi.
confidence  in   H.O.   Parson  and      ex-1 U.I/.AHKTH.  HANNAH,
press the detlM that be be luily tet- Per  John  W.  Hannah,  Agent
ognued by the government aad   tkf,
I ..f. ieeue Aug. 14. WEDNESDAY,  AUGUST 11. 1912
T£i:E.E;iVLAi:L 3.-£^]l^^Ll3,   ^EJ-V-EILSTO^E
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14, 1912
Delivers Principal Address
San     Francii
At
-The  full
length ■•: the Pacific Highwnj.  a    I
lera   plan   it, ■■■ ill    tretch    from
the Bi ■ . lai s  ■ ■   tbe north to
•' ' •     i thi   Bouth.
The third annual i (    tbo
i I .-: ,\    ,    \  social ■■ '•
■■■ ting the Mexl
•   to extend ihe    high
was  '!-,:;-  —>:i  D •■        iiithward     Lo
the  ' pita
Thi   . address of   1 bo da\
was tb it   li .  I     Hon, Thos,
Tayloi    M i   Works for
Briti hi -     ied  tbo
good 11 imbiti.   11.-
Baid .ii part
mapped, ou   a plau
! :   . of a highway     from
Blaii 6 on I national  houndnrj
to tl ilexlco, our assoi a
.- led       I i       iraged by     your
>   ■        iani  has e\ olved an undei tak
:.ii     ! evei     . -.. el   magnitu Ic,     tho
from      Alberni
■   • .        to     11 i Itax  -ii     the
At ant
Mr.  S im iei Hill, thi      "iatbei     ol
Amerii...    deliveied i*n
■  ■ ire "ii bis experiment -
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.- t i i     .    . . . . . . -. i .- : t
lat - the guests of Man Mateo im,,.n ;. to nisp ' tl ■ Hrst ai inal
consti tb •■. rk done on the (is,-
0    Calitoi nia Btate h ghway.
Refused to Exempt
Waal                 D.C, A ig.  •   By     u
voti   ol   14 to 11 t be si nate late Wed
Laj               el . ed  to strike    from
tne  i a: ,:...,  ■ anal   bill   the  pro\ isiou
exempt ng   tmerican ships from  imy
■ oi tolls fm  passage through tbe
ma i anal.     Debate on the question uud ,..i.i.i d from i  p.m. until
near.y inKlmgbt.   I'he senate then ad
ed  until  Thursday   without   vot
Ing on tbe  bill itself.
Th.-  defea    ol  the  Burton    amend
meat t.i Btrike out the discrimination
in favoi   ol  American ships was   tho
senate's answer to thi   prote i  of ihe
Jit .t ment agal ast   t he Legis
late n. lt .v.i- tbis clause of tlie bill
which led Great Britain to smh., u
formal protest to tbe state lepart.-
ment. |._.^j
The -. nal rs who >-ote,l in I ivor uf
t: i Burton amendment were Brunde-
ge,-. Lurton, Crane, Fall, Gronna,
Lodge, Nelson, Oliver, Penrose, Root
and  Wet more.
Just .Hi' wns taken mu
a'..-: an   impassioned
speech urged    cantors
wh       ' i 'i       Ha) Pauuc ■ ot<
t eats  us United pla
tes   I:..   poi Mii      ;i '.,,
or ot .;s ...i:. ships, »ith giving an
interpretation which they knew the
'. ■ .could   not   observe.
lit- lestion ol   power
'•■ ■- •■   arbitrated
a.- . n its stl
ti-.•:. nt   *ai   •■■ ild  Ite ti.e final     .ii
.-. nat    -   •■. . de -
was  ruth
trntion
ted States and
Ci  a'  l;;.:ain.
I'houc 281
danKd Hold bu/o,Mo
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REVELSTOKE, B. C, AUGUST io, 1912.
Dkar Customers :
If you were positively sure in your mind that you could got really BETTER HOUSE FURNISHINGS
for your money than you could possibly get by sending out of town, and at the same time enjoy the advantages of
liberal and considerate treatment at all times, you 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
RIG1 IT, Because of our unusual resources for large buying and tlie saving we make by getting our goods in carloads instead of by local freight, we ean AND UO sell goods for less money thin you can buy them from mail
order houses with freight added.
Remember, this is a big stock to choose from, comprising everything for the home from cellar to garret, and
every article we sell is such GOOD VALUE that it will either make for us a new customer or draw an old one
closer.
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 wotthy of your preference.
May we expect a visil from you SOON ?
YOURS VERY TRULY,
HOWSON & COMPANY, LIMITED
Roasted in Log Cabin
Nelson, \m:. 7—Caged like a rat In
a trap, Ernest Kplett, who occupied
the stoutly  built  I",- cabin :ii  Orun
Ite Creek near Coali it.  which     in
the days of the famous gold rush was
used as a pul.cm Btatlon was roasted
to death in a lire wbich early yeSte!
day morning burned Ins house to the
ground.
He si,-pi .11 .1 ivindowli - cell, com
niunicating only »ith I In 11 ain room
.. ..I llutnce cut  "il ins rotn at ■
niiiiiilis.   and tins   will     appreciably
shorten   the  round  about   wa>   which
 ••  ii., 1 to Ire taken. 11  .s est imated
thai  the   -imps will have a    capacity
to turn out  from COU to
lives .1 yeur.   News Tele] 1
New Calgary Shops
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NOTIOB
All claims against the Bstate ol the
..   uuiu  Johnston,  whu was klU
ed at  iVbattui .   ,  B.C., uu Jul
lent in to Mrs, A. Laug-
ridge, Uu itb street, N.W., Portage
.1 1 rainc, Man., before the iltt ul
July,   llili,  otherwise  thej   ..
ii.,Ji red.
Mils,  a    LANURUIGK.
Sewing Machines
A nice new stock of Singer and Wheeler Wilson Sewing .Machines
For Sale or Hire
by the month at Manning's.
All kinds of machine needles
stocked.
H. MANNING.   Agent.
HAitVlSY, McCARTIfiR
AND PINKHAM,
Barristers,  Solicitors,  lite.
Imperial Hank  Building  Hevelstoke, B. 0.
Money to Loaa.
Otlices—Revelstoke,   B.   0.,    aad
Cranbrook, B. 0.
Geo. 8. MeCarter,
A. M. Pinkham,
Revelstoke.
J. A. Harvey
Cranbrook
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Provincial  Land  Kuveyor,
Mining Surveyor,
iOngineerint
MoKBNZIH AVE.,
BOX   10€.    REVISL8T0KK
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BaVEIiBTOKB COUNCIL
No. iii, ROYAL TEMPLARS OK
TBMPBRANOK
Meets every 2nd and itb Thursdays
in Oddfellows Hall, at 8 o'clock.
Visiting Templars are cordially iu -
ted  to attend.
W. ifl. MUNBON, S. C.
A. D. TOURNBR,  ll. S.
REDUCTION IN ELECTRICAL FIXTURES
Are you wanting any Electrical Work Done ?
If so, call at the Revelstoke Plumbing C&>
Sheet   Metal   Co.'s  Store, Connaught Avenue.
A. G. DUCK
ELECTRIC   SUPPLY   STORE
Niiiii Phone -in
1'. 0,  Box 469
Sash, Doors, Mouldings' Turnings
W   are in the manufacturing business
Sash,  Doors, Mouldings,  Turnings, Show
Cases,   Office  and  Bar   Fixtures,  Screen
Doors and Windows made to order and all
kinds of repair work done in good order.
We have a full line ot'building supplies, lime
cement, plaster, Hard Wall Finish, bricks,
Sewer Pipe, Plaster Plaster Board, Roofing
cTWetal, 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 bim, he will
tell yon that tbe whiskeys ws are
selling are the hcbt. 1 'nil and be
Convinced. No household should
he without a supply of our Harvey's Speolal Scotch Whiskey; our
Frnpln Liqueur Brandy, guaranteed
HO yearn old or Blaokberry Brandy
for Medicinal put-poucH. Our stock
of choice WiueB and Liquors of all
kinds uie unexcelled. Hold hy all
the leading hotels, or telephone
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.. Ltd.
Importers and Dealers In Pure Wines, Liquors, Cigars and Cigarettes
KOUTlflNAY      I.ODliK,   No.   .5 A.  F.
and A. M.
Regular lueetintis arc held in MAS-
UNIC TEMPLE, Oddfellows' Hall
on the Third Monday in each mouth
at S p in. \ mituiK 1,1 .-11,1 i-n ars
cord,ally  welcome.
w. THOMSON, w. BI,
W.  B.  ROBERTSON, Becretary.
White-Star-Dominion
CANADIAN SERVICE
ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS
Montreal Quebec Liverpool
Largest & Finest Steamersf rom Canada
New S.S. Laurentic, 15.000 Tons Each
New S. S. Megantic
Sails June 22, July 20, Aug. 17. July 6, August 3, August 31
ONLY FOUR DAYS AT SEA
one-olass (II) Cabin eervloe.
Twin-Screw S. S. Teutonic     Twin-Screw S. S. Canada
5SJ feet long, 18,000 horsepower 5!4 Feet loun
Sails July 13, Aug. 10, Sept. 7. June 29, July 27, August 21
Company's Olllces, 619, Second Ave., Neap Cherry St., Seattle
Fell IIO Feet
Calgan,  Aug    •    .- -    ..   Walker, bod
of Col.  James   ■■ . - ns I
Calgarj.  narrowly itb  on
a dangerous slope o( Oastls Mow
lain la the Rockies on Saturday,
when he intft We fi .-.;.. and fell 100
feet. Walker trashed against a huge
bouldei and was saved (rom f/illinc:
to Jeath over .1 >i> foot precipice.
The young mountaineei suffered
three broken rli,* arnl a numbei ot
severe lacerations, He was rcscucil
w.th ropes and carried to the Alpine
Club's temporary camp at tbe loot ot
the mountain, where be is slowly n
cover,ng.
1I-," destructioi
is  a   public   dut
■ ■ ute fly
-   _   r  Alnv ;i   every
V  -:-. an    '  '•   B al'l oi  Hi
ind
ict thai
laden   ■ ■' i    producing germs,
makes him nne ..i tbe greatest ent
:-. •■     i the human   i
the houaekeepi i    I   inada will
WILSON S
FLY PADS
persistently,  this  peril  will  bc tremendously filureil
irand Pacific Land Co., Limited
.
R. Z. CRAWFORD
MlNfRV.IIMi
PAINTER
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Flexitime
Signs
Electric
R. Z. CRAWFORD
Shop In Cumming's Transfer
Building, Second Street
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COURT      MT.      BBUB1B,    No.  Uil.
UK I. u. h\
tt* la 1   0.  0. F,  Hall next   to
i'aopinj'j opera House  every  second
rth  Monday  in   month.   Visit
■ at hrcthren cordially  welcomed.
'.   fl   BULL, 0. H.
WM.  8.  OAMBRON,   Kec.-Bsc.
t).  W. O.   W.
Mali) View Camp, No. wt
Meets Becond   »nd     Fourth Wednst
days    in  each  month   in    Selkirk
Ball      Visiting Woodmen ars
«lljr invited  to utieml
a.   J,   WOODLAND,   i hm    '
IAMBS McINTYBB, Olerk.
BBLKIRK     LOUGH  i'i,  1. t>. O. K.
:.] ste rvr.ry    Thursday evening   In
- I    .   Hall  at  H  o'clock.      Visiting
•-n  cordially  Invited.
JOHN LYON      '-'   0,
.1 VS.  MATHIE,   Sec.
'."I.li  KAN'.K  LOIlUlC,       K.  of    P..
Ml.   N,   HKVKLHTtlKK.   I)    0.
vti-tti «-..,.ry  Wednesday sicept   ths
Third Wsdnsaday of each montb     ln
Oddfellows' Hall at S o'clock.  Visit.
l»ir Knights ars cordially Invited.
0,  W. GARLAND,  0.  C.
fl. H. BROOK. K. of R. A fl
U. ot T
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED  1865
Record of Progress for Five Years—1906-1911
1906 1911
Capital        ....        if 3,000,000 * 4,000,000
Reserve », 000.000 -1,(>00,000
Deposits      ....        28,677,780 35,042,311
Loans and Investments          -      27.4->7,000 38,864,801
Total Assets        -       -       -        33,01)0,102 48,237,284
Has 83 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents in all
the Prinolpal Cities In the World.
A aENERAL OANKINQ BU8INEBB TKANBACTED
SAVINGS  BANK  DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Interest allowed at highest ourrent rate.
Revelstoke Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager
Fruit Lands
FOR SALE
(Inlena liny IiiiiiIh in ]>nre.eln of
Ml or i!0 acre.* or en liloc. Correspondence invited,
John Shaw, Agent,
Box 616 Arrowhead
H. W. EDWARDS
TAXIDERMIST
Animal    Rugs,   Game
Heads and Birds
Mounted
P.O.Box 31, Revelstoke
Lumb
umDermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -  Revelstoke, B. C
before.hnyinK yonr out-
lit nf v.miI.iii; clotiiss
for tin- Iiiinii. 1 mske a
specialty of I.okkiok
Shoes, Pants, Hox, rthirtt
I '.'iiiikit'. mill ,-vi'M l limn
reauiredinynur business.
E.   G.   BURRIDGE
Tinsmith Repair*, Hot Air, Pipe
and Furnacs work
-WORK   SHor
Connaught Ave.   •   Revelatoke)
fl WKDNlflrtDAV,   AUtiliST   II, 11112
TELE n^Airi-fiZJERA-liU,   K,J±lST£JLSTOK:BJ
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14, 1M12
THE ONLY SHOE STOCK
IN TOWN WHICH CAN
SUPPLY THE NEEDS OF
THE WHOLE FAMILY
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. 2- J*ume $ Co.. limited
OUR SHOE MOTTO
Classy Shoes in newest designs
at a minimum cost for maximum wear.
OUR DRY  GOODS DEPARTMENT
Two Hundred Womens White Muslin Lawn and
Linen Blouses and Shirtwaists Go on Sale at
$1.00 Each
300 Womens  Nice Lingerie and Fancy Muslin
Blouses and Linen Shirtwaists Go on Sale at
$1.90 Each
A BARGAIN IN A HOUSEHOLD STAPLE
TOWELS-A job lot, all colors; some white,
Turkish, jrreat-sized towel, worth $4 to $5 a doz.
Get them now by the dozen or half dozen at the
rate of per dozen	
$3.00
NEW GOODS FOR AUTUMN 1912
NEW   ENGLISH   TWEED    DRESS    GOODS.
NEW SILK AND LISLE HOSIERY.
NEW CORSETS IN THE D. & A.   AND ALSO
BIAS FILLED.
NEW HAIR ORNAMENTS,  BARRETTES, Etc.
NEW TOWELS AND TOWELINGS.
NEW LAWNS AND MUSLINS.
HOSE AT 20c. PER PAIR
Sixty dozen of Hose go on sale. This is a good
buy; any size from 5J to 10; good for boys and
girls; black or tan, strong, heavy ribbed cotton,
fast dye.   Buy five pairs for $1.00 or per pair
20 Cents
Groceries and Crockery Department
Bargains Bargains
For Friday and Saturday
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 ,15c. bottles.
Blue Label, 35c. bottles.
Burlington, pint bottles,   15c.  per bottle.
Bar Harbor, pint bottles, 25c. per bottle.
Tobasca—ajc. 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,
Ginger and Pineapple in 1 11). jars;
Oliver's in 1 pound jars; Keillor's, 7 and
4 lb. tins and 1 Ib. 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 (Red Label good) 40c. lb.
Sunbeam Tea (blue label best) 50c. per lb.
China and Glassware
In this Department we are ready to serve your wants. You will be looking
around for a suitable wedding gift for your friends who are about to join "the
largest society* in the v» orld, and you will find it here among our Cut Glass, Fancy
China, Glassware, Tea Sets and the thousand and one pretty things in our stock.
Men's Furnishings - Boots and Shoes
Men's Boot Bargains
Another absolutely Honest Bargain that will make any man sit up.
All the Odd lines in our Men's Boot Stock must go. Commencing
Friday morning and lasting for one week, we will have all our
short lines on the Bargain Table at a price. These shoes are all the
product of J. & T. Bell, The Regal Shoe Co. and other standard
and well known makes. There is not a shop-worn or out of date
pair in the bunch. Let us show you these lines—it will repay YOU
Not a pair sold regularly under $5.OO and many were $5.50 and $6
Shoes.   For One Week the Price will be
$3.60 Per Pair
No Bargains Sent  Out  on   Approval   or  Will They Be Exchanged
Bargains in Children's Wear
We are putting on the table for this
week's feature all our Boys' Blouses,
Shirtwaists and Shirts. They are all
made by reliable manufacturers and
comprise the best of this season's materials. Various colors and patterns in
Prints, Zephyrs and Chambrays. They
were all admitted good values at the
regular prices of $1.00 and $1.25 each.
This week it means a biff saving to you
when we put them on the table at the
one price	
65c. EACH
Children s Straw and Linen Hats
All our Hats lor Children in Straw
and Linen at a price that you cannot afford to miss. Linens, Canvas. Tuscans. Boaters, and Rush.
They are all here in all sizes. Do
not pass them up now. for they
mean a saving to you.
PRICE:   ■    •  75c. EACH
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 WEDNESDAY     u'wl sl  14, 1912
TUB. MlA.TT.-TTmttJLT.TJ,  UKVllLSTOK^
WKDNKSIIAV,   AlkUIST 14, 1912
New Goods By Express
~>
Twenty Ladies' Imported Costumes—Special Prices.
Newest Early Fall Styles. Velvet Cords. Plain
Velvets and Serges; also a few Silk Street
Dresses.
10 Cases of New Goods put in stock in the
last few days.
REID & YOUNC
JT
THE CITY IN BRIEF
and
two
Mr,   P,   iV.  Laing   lefl   [oi  tbc   :oasl
Di    Han    '    i I ■■■   ivcd a Uurrietl call
:-  wnek.
Mr   E,  Morgan, tbe  barbel. ban em
:    d  the  insurance   business,  :,*
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Mrs   F >l                  ■■.; h  Infant
Saturday on a
ition  i" the  N Ilea.
Mi ■     Mai oi ie   I iii.    returnml     on
,iu ., Bhorl  boll-
•      -i   l  hot springs
Mrs, I.— dwinlon and M. U.
R _ ■ ■ * ... ony Revelstoke . ,i ..
,   -  ■     . • •  Kamloops this week,
riel    Lyttle    bas    returned
mi •'•'.-     visil  to   her
gi ,:. Mi    and   Mrs.  EMward
iver.
Mrs.  J.J.  •-' ■ le ... Toronto, pre il
bas  t ii    ilif
P.M.   i..i.i.i-  toi
;.-:t  ..ii Monday.
Prkserving Season
l-'oi l'i t'scp. nn; I'mitH we handle ouly lhe best.    If vou u
cure such fruits a* caunol be  beaten   either   in quality  o
would tulvito you in place your order with us.   We will guarantee
liven "f aii oidei s Lalteil.
h lo  pro-
prtce,  iv«
PRHT JARS AM) iirinii:its
Thia season we nre handling the celebrated Mason fruit, Jars i
< in ii in iml li.i it gullons.   These Jars require no comment,
par excellence.
jit  Pints,
Thev art*
A. HOBSON,
MacKenzie Avenue
Mount Revelstoke Alpine Auto road
is i:i.s miles in length, the ascent is
4,700 foot., the average grade will be
G.C per rout., while tho moslmum
grade will bo 7.6 per eont, Bluo
prints are already out tor this road
showing the position ol the road.
They can be obtained at the drug
Btore (if 0.  R,  Macdonald.
Revelstoke Inside Property
Real Kstate is selling rapidly.   Why not get in before all the most deair-
able residential lots are taken up
kast week vve made several good ailea i<» local buyeis and it will onl) be a
shot ■ time before these lots are ill closed out,
•.'iill at out  office and RCt full particular*,    All our properly  ran be sold
uu eaaj lei ins.
Kootenay Agencies, Limited
Mr.   Bai kei ■) uni mei land,
stanl   bigli    i i I
wbo  was
I       • tinted il    the
.:  .     , .. iini J .it
tiouor ..;    Mrs.
ii ■ rhilst Ml
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eft fol tbe
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Don'l
tie-' y iwn"
thnt
,t the Kmpres
1 Brown'i
inighl.
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.  V. It. Macdonald retui lied lasl
ii,.m .i visit  in  \ancouver.
Ml '■
nighl
i 'oi y  M. ni, nick       i 'amborne,    w.i*
in thc fity for ., few duys on  b is
Mi>.  W.   I.  Hi Iggs und fan il)   bavi
i. tiirntsl from ,i \ isit   to tl
ti ,-  .in ibc I'luins,
see  ib Stai   tin
\i   s III.im b.  Md 'ai   ■
[rom a tla
,y uft.
lur tm
■ great l"l Bison Reel, In
il H. mnklng u iml.I rush on rhe
whites all,I  tin' liininim ni  tbr  ludlan
ent    The greatest    excitement   ways found  you  wi
ever  seen    Stai   then re  tonight   and
RETAILERS' ASSOCIATION MEET
Picnic Postponed.-Presentation
to Mr. J. P. Mclennan
Al n special meeting ol tbe Retailers Association held on Monday morn
Ing In the city hall, the mattei' of
the data for holding of the Reta Iers
annual picnic wan dlscilSBed. The com
nut Ov appointed t.i attend to the arrangements, reported thnt the dole
originally set tor, tho picnic would Interfere with tho soil turning celebrations on tb.' 21st, and recommended
therefore that tho two outings be
combined. Tins reporl was dlBCUSsed
at length, tho meeting Beemed goner
ally of lho opinion that as tho plcui(
in the past had lieen such n great
success, it was a lixturc which Bhould
nui. lie allowed to lapBe, and there
fore on motion, the recommendation
of the committee was not accepted,
whilst a motion that the Retailers pic
ale bo postponed to alatter date, to
lu' announced by the committee, was
unanimously adopted.
PRESENTATION.
On behalf of tho Retailers Associa
tion, Mr. W.M, Lawrence, presented
to Mr, .i.r. McLennan, a cane, and
read an address expressivo of the es
ti'i'ni in wliicb Mr. McLennan was beld
by bis fellow business men, uiul vole
mt; their general regrot that be had
decided to Bovere bis connection with
them, in order to continue business
in another portion of the province.
Mr. McLennan accepted the address
replying to same in a brief but appropriate speech, thanking the donors
for tbeir kindness, and assuring them
that be would always look back with
tin' greatest pleasure to his associa
tions both in a business and private
capacity, with the members of the
| Revelstoke Retailers Association and
the businessmen ol the city.
The address read as follows.
J.  p. McLennan,  Esq.—
Bear Mr. MeLennan,—It la with feel
ings of regret that wo have asked
yuii to meet u- Ihis morning, as it.
me.nis a Beveling of ties that have
formed, nol only tics of a business
nature, imt thus. ,,f warm friendship
.is ii slight token ui esteem from your
llow   liiisiiiMsiiiMii,  who  have  worked
a .th  you  for  the commercial     pro
of the lown,  and  wbo bave al1
ing   In  assist,   in
R. D. Tweedle Passes Exams
Victoria, Aug. 10—-The results of tbe
civil service examinations held, under
the direction of the civil sorvloe commissioners was announced tonight by
Mr, Walker, registrar of the commission, Ninety live per cent of the
candidates who wrote passed, .vliich
Is considerably above the average of
passes in tin' Dominion service examinations, Among those who wero mic-
cessful wore the Following:
Stenographers- Miss V. M. McCoy,
Nelson;  Miss  13.M.   Hirst,   Kamloops.
Junior clerks—V. B. Montgomery,
Nelson; Miss Ruth Armstrong, Golden
Third class clerks Miss A. N.
Heat tic, Nelson; Ernest Harrison,
i Iran.I Porks; Hiilncy c. Burt, 11. A.
Dorrell, 0. Bveers an.l R.H. Louis all
of Kamloops, It. 1). Tweedio, Revel
stoke; M.S.  Morrell,  Rossland,
FISHING
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.,.- the  advancement   of  tin   business
■  is ..f  lievelstoke;  wm also wish
in acknowledge your Intorest both in
mtl carrying mit  tu .,
thi   Retail  Merchant.
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ind  much  benefit   has
[rom   it.    m    having
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ii.o.ts  . ■:   Revelst oke,
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Big Lacrosse Matin
A s|ib'inliil treat is ill store for llms,.
who like good clean sin.it in the'form
of lacrosse. Nexl Mon,lay our school
I.-.1111 will hitch np lor the Becond time
witb the Sapperton junior lacrosse
team al the recreation grounds. Last
year about   the same season they  met
fm   Him  firsl   t ime  an.l    I    the
cleanest, prettlesl games nf lacrosse,
ever seen in Revelstoke, our boys
wero declare.1 winners,bul noi until
tbey bail played tbe hul'dOBt name of
their lives. To thnse who did not see
Him game lasl year, let us say tbat
you should not miss this name antler
any consideration. Those who .lid
sc the last game will only need thin
iut imntion of a Becond  match.
Tn enable those in the shops to see
the sport, the name will not he Btart
ed until 1:30 p.m. Uur hoys ask the
hearty support of the city, uiul pro
miso tbem their strongest efforts to
win ngain, though they feel handicap
|i,'.l iu that several of tbe roglllar
team arc out  of the city.      Sapperton
is coining Hushed with victory having
defeated Kamloops a.i.l other towns
down tiie Okanagan.
Besides being good, clean sportsmen
ihe Snppcrtons' talents tend toward
tho aesthetic an.l on Tuesday evening
the team will K.|vc a concert in the
Kmpr.'ss theatre. This consisting of
music, vocal and instrumental. Kuller
advertise nts ,,f  this  will  he found
in these columns and oil the hill
boards later.
Clean,
nut  coal
inokeiess, furnace
,t   t'oursier's.
lump  and
Kor really choice chocolates, drop
in at the Sugar Howl.
Ilnii't wait for winier, hut order
your supply of lump and nut coal
now at Coursier's.
Bankhead coal in all sizes,
eng and stove, lievelstoke
Agencies, Limited,
Clean coal al   Coursier's.
broken,
General
GUNS
AMMUNITION
We have just unpacked a complete line of Sporting
('■okIs of all kinds. Mr. Fisherman, don't forpet to
inspect mir stock of Fishing Tackle. When you see it
you%vill say. "BEST IN TOWN."
Revelstoke Hardware Co., Ltd.
Dealers in fill kinds of the Best Hardware
Agents for Gurney Chancellor Ratines and Minerva Paints
EMPRESS THEATRE
To-l\k|ht. Wednesday, August 14. 1912
The Mack=Swain Theatre Company
t'reseu ti
".BROWN'S  IN  TOWN"
NOTHING BUT L.WV.Ils
I
THURSDAY NIGHI". AUGUST
WIFE  FOR
15.
912
A DAY"
ANOTHER I.AUGH  l'RODCCKR
Refined Vaudeville Specialties at Each Performance
Popular Prices, 25c.-35c.-50c.
Empress Theatre
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Bews' Drug Store
COOO  V»LUll tt SMALL PRICES      0U«   WINDOWS  'OP.    A
LIMITED TIME ARE  TILLED WITH CASH IARCAIHS
A 26c. Tot th Brush and 25c
Tooth Paste i"i   "".
A Silk   Fan yi .''h   free with
a 26c. Sale of Arbutus
Talcum
With   a ."rue.  Tooth   Brush
Sale we give you a 20c.
cake of J.exall Soap
Hair Brushes   25c. 60c., *i
Boss Hand Cleaner
2 fnr 26c,
A basket of .Assorted Purses
26c   each,    ('ist    uh
'■■ui 50c. each.
linn Blood and Nerve I'dis
■' boxes lor 26c.
MAN* OTHER GOOD VALUES WHICH DESERVE TOUR ATTEHTiOH
bews THE REXALL STORE bews
Smart Clothing for Summer Montli!
DERBY AM) SOI I   HATS    in lal
and  iha
VVI-. SPH( IAI.I/I-    in   M ihirts,   str,
led. I  ''" 5 i up.
I.,iir Spi ing  Suits and I)'( i   .
Drop in when passing an ir   large
and patterns to suit the mosl fastidious,
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Fit-Reform Clothing Stetson Hats Foot-Rite Shoes
SEE THE HANDSOME PICTURE OF
IRIEG.-XIISr.A
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
KENSINGTON
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, Managor, MacKenzie Avenue *\
" Empire" Typewriter
For ease of operacion and
perfection in results it is
unsurpassed.    Price   $( 0
■ Interior Publismng Co., Agts.
Vol. 18-No. ft J
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«b.
"Revelstoke the Capital of Canada's Alps''
The Mail-Hepald
MingUrf0'
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ASPECIATr^C-r0R!A, £>
Interior Publishing Company
PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS
) 1912
**•
REVELSTOKE. B. C. AlH.UoT IT, 1912
$2.1:0 Per Year
..Important Announcement..
TO THE REVELSTOKE PUBLIC :
We wish to inform you that we have secured
as Foreman of our Plumbing and Heating Department,
Mr. Fred Ward, late of Victoria Plumbing Co., Victoria, B. C.
Mr. Ward comes to us with the very best recommendation, having been foreman and manager for the
past FIVE YEARS, and has carried out with honor to
his firm, and 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 Revelstoke 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 in 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.
Plumbing
LIMITED
Steam Heating
Tinsmithing
I <H>0<MH><XK><XK><><><><>^^
Imperial Bank of Canada <j>
Hoad Ot*1o«—Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Subscribed
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
Total Assets,
6,000,000.00
6,425,OOv..OO
6,425,000.00
$72,000,000.00
Branches or AReDts at all principal points inJOanada.
Agent*, in Gr^at Britain and United States—London, England,
Lloyde Bank, Limited. Chicago—First National Bank, Corn Exchange National Bauk. Seattle—Seat tli- Nal miial Bank, San Francisco—Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank
National Bank.
Spokane—Exchange
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. McCleneghan, Mgr.
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THE Cf
CLASSIC
5 J 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
TIRED ?
JTHEN A CUP OF
"BELL BLEND TEA"
will refresh you with its bright, spicy
flavor nnd fragrancy. Sold in 1 lh.
lead packages.
Price, 35c, 40c. and 50c. per Ib.
G.W.BELL
P.'O. Box 208 GROCER & BAKER Phone No. 23
HS-PLMR PIANOS
Sheet Music and all kinds of
Small cTWusical Goods
Call and Inspect
Music Store, McKenzie Ave.
OFFICIAL PROGRAMME
CELEBRATION AUG. 31st
Every Arrangement Made for Comfort and Convenience of Citizens for Attending the Dual Cere-
mony-A Record Crowd Expected to be Present
Kinal arrangements t,,r ttie cel-
obratlon oi the rm hit stone laying uf
the new wini? of the Victoria hospital
;it Revelstoke, umi tho hint post plan
tin;,' of the Mount RevelBtoke Motor
Hoad, to in' performed mi August 21,
hy tho Hun. Thomas Taylor, were de
elded upon nt a meeting uf tbe Progress cluh held on Thursday arfter-
iiijoii last.
The following ih a Bummarlsea program for tho day:
11:30 a.m.   Ceremony of Cornerstone
Laying ol new Queen Victoria hospital,  hy      lion.  Thomas Taj lor,
Minisiei' of l'uhiic Works.
12:16 noon—S.S. Revelstoke urlU leavg
foot of Government street, cppos-
site Central school, for Columbia
I'ark.   Fare  10     cents   each vay.
Carriages  will also he ava'lahlo nt
25c. eaeh way. leaving     Citj    Hall
corner between 11! noon au.l 2 |>n>.
1 p.m.—Monster Basket picui*; r.i Columbia     I'ark,    everyone imhed,
bring your owu basket.
1:15 p.m.—S.S. Revelsloke leaves ( antral school  landing on second ti ip
(or Columbia Park.
1:30 p.m.—Ollicial luncheon at Colombia Park to visiting gujsts,   <.nd
local officials.
3 p.m.—Ceremony of turning first sod
of  New      Mount  Revelstoke  Auto
Road to Victoria Park. Addresses
will be delivered hy Hon. Tli.nus
Taylor. R. P, (ireen, M " , and
others. Tables nnd seats will i o
provided for use ol all, mil Lot
water will he furnished oil llie
grounds free. Hevelstoke C'ly
Hand will he in uttenduii.'c nil
day, everybody is welcome.
Come and help to boost for Sovel-
sluke.
The above i rogram by no means
exhausts the possibilities of the uuy.
The citizens will have the opportunity to take part in all kinds of spi its
Ior which purpose Columbia Park is
admirably adopted.
The Progress Cluh and Hospital
Hoard of Directors have issued invitations to many prominent und well
known gentlemen to be present on the
occasion of these ceremonies, und the
favorable replies ulready received are
sufficient to justify the statement
that Revelstoke will be honored by
tbe presence of tbe largest and most
Influential delegation or visitors
which lhe city has ever enjoyed thc
privilege of entertaining.
The day will be a while nate public
holiday, and the committee of ar -
rangements request thut every citizen
will take advantage of this opportunity to be present at tbe ceremonies,
thus giving a tangable proof of his
•interest in the continuation of the
FORWARD movement towards a
Greater  Revelstoke.
LACROSSE MATCH MONDAY
To be One of the Fastest Games
Yet Seen Here
Sapperton Junior lacrosse team,
champions of the coast, will arrive
in town on Sunduy and will spend a
day resting before tlicir match with
our junior lacrosse team on Monday
afternoon. This will he tbe best lacrosse game ol Ibe season here. All
who saw the game last year acknow
ledge that it was the beat by far for
last season, and this year Sapperton
though   bringing  practically  the sanu'
team, arc strengthened by experience
und steady practice. Do not tail to
hit the game. You ot course, hope
our hoys win—well come to tbe Recreation grounds at 4:31) p.m. Monday
aud tell them so and keep ou telling
them until they win it.
On Tuesday night, when thc Sapperton hoys give their concert in the
Empress theatre, you'll have a chance
to tell tbem how you appreciate good
sportsmen hy your presence und your
appreciation ol their eflorts.
Starts Business in Kamloops
Mr. J.P. MmI.miiii.iii, who for the
past seven years has been in business
at Revelsloke us a ladywear ami dry-
goods merchant, closed out his store
bore on Saturday last, and lefl the
following Monday for Kamloops,
where  he  will   make  his  future  home.
Mr. McLennan, during his stay in
Revelstoke Ilus made many IricudB,
he hnB always been to the front on
all matters pertaining to the welfare
of our city and district, and the city
is the poorer for his removal to thc
neighboring town. He took with him
the heartiest wishes of all tbe eitizens,  for his  future success.
ARRANGING TOUR
For Dr. Rowe,  Publicity Commissioner tor V. P. Club j |
Among recent visitors to thc Mail-
Herald office, was Mr. William P.
Kearns, representative of the Vancouver ProgresB Club.
Mr. Kearns is travelling lbe province arranging in advance the tour ol
Dr. Elliott 3. Rowe, publicity commissioner [or the Vancouver Progress
Club. Mr. Rowe is at preseut touring
B.C. delivering a series of talks on the
newly formed B.C. Development League, which is a confederation ol Progress Clubs, Boards of Trade, and
oilier Publicity organizations, working towards the objects of greater
publicity for the province as a whole
and the encouragement of develop -
ment throughout the Pacific coast of
B.C. on the general principals that
what benefits one portion of the province will assist the development of
the  remainder.
Dr. Rowe is coiiceeded to be by far
the most eloquent orator iu the west
In fact bis reputation as a speaker is
known from lhe Atlantic to the Pa
cilic. At present Dr. Rowe is delivering speeches uu PROGRESS at Kelowna, mi invitation hy the Progressives ol tbat .listrict, bis services
are iu constant demand by Progressive organizations all aloug ihe sea
coast, and he is rapidly earning the
reputation of being the greatest Publicity man ever produced in the West
He bas big Ideas, and kuows how to
pass on to others a share of his own
unboiiniling euthusUtuiui and faith in
tins great Empire of B.C.
Mr. Rowe is to be among the guests
to visit Revelatoke on the 'lim Aug.,
in connection with the celebration
planned for that  dato,  and  it is Imp
ed that be will see bis way clear to
meet the Progress Club, Board of
Trade and citizens at a public meeting, when he will buve un opportunity to expound bis views und give
the residents of RevelBtoke the bene
lit of bis vast experience in the publicity field.
Thut such a meeting would prove an
interesting feature of the duys . cle-
bratioiis, is sure, and il Mr. P.owc
accepts an invitation to speak, he
can depend on having a very large
audience. In order that the ocusion
may lie fully taken advantage of
the meeting should be held in Bomo
large central hall, bo well advertised
both by the pfMS and through can -
vassing by tho progressives ol Rjvel-
stokc among the general rank and
tile  of  the citizens.
CITY COUNCIL HOLDS
REGULAR MEETING
New Sewer Assessment Grant Towards Post
Planting Celebration—Will Purchase Team
and Fire Equipment.
The city   council     met in    regular looking to ua, the council can bc sure
meeting on Friday evening last,     at  that with the support of ihe     Board
the city hall.   Mayor Sutherland    oc- of Trade and Progress Club, any by-
cupied  the  chair.   Aldermen  Howson, law  or other steps necessary on    the'
MeKinnon,   McSorley,      Bourne     and part  of the council will  be successful. I
Abrahamson were ulso present.             I    Muyor  Sutherland—Gentlemen,     we
Minutes of lust meeting were adop- will  give  these  matters every consid- j
CT
BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
First St, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
DEALERS IN
Choice Groceries, Fruits, Vegetables
Fresh Roasted Coffees, Tetley's Teas.
Hay, Flour, Feed, Poultry Supplies.
Hardware. Sporting Goods, Miners'Supplies
AGENTS FOR
McClary's Kooteaay Ranges, Furnaces, etc.
Sherwin-Williams Paints, Oils, Varnishes.
Canadian Oil Co., Ltd., Gasoline and Oils.
PLUMBING       HEATING       TINSMITHING
Special Attention Paid to Mail Orders.
BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
First St., Kevelstoke.    Telephone No, 22
te . £1
GREEN   VEGETABLES
Green Peas, per lb   10c
Green Golden Wax 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
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltf
Ik)    LlUi
ted as read.
A joint deputation from the Board
of Trade and Progress I'luii, consist.
ing of Messrs. 8. McUae, J.I). riih-
bald, Jr.. CU. Hume, P.M. Gibson,
H. Hews, Wm. Lawrence, Dr. Hamilton, waited upon the council to bring
forward certuiu questions.
CELEBRATION   AUGUST »18T.
Dr. Hamilton, as spokesman— We
are here on behalf of the Progress
Olub,  I am here to put hefore you the
mutter of the celebrations on the
jist n.'.vt, in connection with thecor
ner si nne laying and lirst sod turning
We know that the C.P.R. propose to
do certain work here hi the interest
of tbe tourist trade. These developments havo bean brought ahout large
ly as the result of the activities of
which the celebration   ou the     IHsl,
"ill be il in war.l and visible sign
This celebration Is going to cost
inoii.-y whatever benefit accrues Irom
these activities will be shared hy the
city at large, The council might he
able to arrange to give us some n„
ancial      assistance.    Our  estimate    of
..! the expenses in connection     with
'1 'leliiatiou  on  the aim.  is fiUMi.uo
Vie a k you to give us a rush grunt
of 1100 towards this I,dai.
Mayor Butherland We will consult,
with the finance committeo und re
port our decision to you tomorrow,
Deputation No. i then withdrew,
O.P.R. HOTEL,
>'. B, Hums   Wc aie here represent
mc ihe Hoard of Trade, and come be-
Int.- Hi. council to urge lhe advisaliil
ity   of  granting  some concessions    I,,
eraiion and advise our decision.
The deputations thanked the council and withdrew.
COMM UN1CATIONS.
\ aiious communications were ordered answered or filed.
Application for a lane grade from
Mr. Manning.    Kefcrred to i'.W. Dept. j
Letters  from  Eastern   hrokers,    explaining the  had condition of tbc money market  and surplus of debentures
on   ilie markets,      were ordered noted]
and  acknowledged.
O.P.R. • oinplulned of shortage ofj
water and stated unless their demunds I
could I.e met they would he compelled j
to install a pump.
II. .MeKinnon-They are using uu
eight inch |ii|h' to full capacity, also'
it I inch hose and Iheir own creek,
hut we bave contracted to supply
them and wc must collie up to our
contract.
.Motion carried thut a I iucb cun -
licet ion he made with thc O.P.R. water system.
Request lor passing of a hy-law necessitating a building permit, wus referred  to  the  hy law  committee.
I i HA NTS
Application from Progress Olub lot
$100 in cash and  $SS  Worth of  lumber
lo he applied iu connection tflth cols
i,iai>oi> of August lilst, wus considered  hy  the council.
i'lerk     Lawson  There ai.-   certain
windfall   items   onl   of   which      money
might  lm found.
Aid.       McKiliiic.ii    1   Ii.iIm  I.i  see  the
Progress Olub turned down.
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SPECIALS
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Mr. William P. Kearns, of the Am-1
or,call  Casualty   Co.,   making  a  spec-'
laity  of  accident  and  sickness  inmir-'
aticc, is doing business In ItevoMokc
this week.
A. IC. stephons. aSsUtant general
super.ntendent of thc O.P.R., nt Van-1
couver, and Grunt Hall, assistant
eriiernl manager, paid Rovelstoke a
visit this week in connection with
railway Improvements at tbc "Capital ol Canada's Alps,"
the t'.l'.U. in th,. w,iy ol say ten year ' A''1- Al.raliaiiison I move that the
exemption fioni taxation and a low,*"1" "",l '"'nlier lie granted. Aid
water and   light  rate; such a prupos    e|inan   MeKinnon   seconds.    Motion is
al .arries with it. the promise of   the carried unanimously.
support ol the Board ol Trade iu thei B1RH   EQUIPMENT,
passing  of any   by-law   neccs ary      to I     Fire      Brigade    No.   I   sent  iii  ml.
cany out such a scheme. ; Mmn,|  f(ll   „ team (or the winter.
Mr. P.M. aibson- Wc arc here BHI ,\ld. MeKinnon 1 understand we
representatives uf U,,. Progress (Hub,'have „„ .urplus ,u the W. & L. Dept.
io support the delegation irom the' Aid. Howson - We do not seem to
Hoard of Trade asso ably represent- pUt any more hy-laws, wc bave a
'd bj Mr. (Ml. Hume. The ten year' warning ahout the llnancial outlook;
period is merely mentioned as a guide | W4 ..hall have to provide this oui ol
and is not. an arbitrary limit. Any
sympathetic action aiming at the ah-
jeci outlined, taken    bj the council,
will be supported hy our club ami the
Hoard  of Trade.
rt. McKue Ah a member of this Pro
grass clul, delegation, i think a   ton
year exemption would ho renSonahlc,
hut we Should do Something handsome in tho wuy ol cheap wuter, pnw
cr and light.
W. Bews—I am here to support the
proposition as put by Mr. C.U.Hume
Mr. W.M. Uw.uuu-Tav C..\.t sre
revenue.
Muyor Sutherland—Can wc get thu
Kamloops team,
Aid. Ahiuhainson—I rim not in fav-
oi   of  buying an uld  team.
Aid. Howson Have we abandoned
the idea of buying.
Aid. Abrahamson—We cannot put
a by-law.
Aid. Howson Then we must huy a
team from revenue.
Mayor  Sutherland—Wc have to got
For To-Day and Next Week We Have
the Following Snaps
All our Hoys Ralbritfan I'nderwear at 25c. a Garment
The balance of our Summer Underwear   50c. a garment
Straw and Linen Hats at Half I'rice.
Twenty-five I'aira of Men's Heavy Shoes at $1.90.
75 Pair of Men's regular $6 and fii shoes.    Now $3-75.
15 I'air of Men's Canvas Shoes at $1.60.
9 McRae Mercantile Co.
9 I III HOME 01 GOOD CLOTHING
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ALL TIBIIE   TUMIE
ELGIN   ELGIN   ELGIN
WATCHES
BEST ON   EARTH
(Contiuucil ou l'tge XiiyhlJ
JT. G-UTST BARBER
c. p. r. watch inspector; BATURD IY, AUUtJST I7tb, 1912
'I'jt-ou M:A.X3L-Jri:aiJ£iA-ii.iJ, REvi     tol:
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j± ifiew snsr-A.^s
7-Roomed Houso on Third Street. 10 Ft. Lot..    $1,200
Modern House. Second Street     $   850
Modern House. Connaught Avenue     $1,500
Thf Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
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NELSON HOSPITAL NURSES
EXPELS 11 PUPIL
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rt Is a ri         i ell   ous to h
m        Lo obtuiu '..ili.
.\.  Uoui'i    !
ieil.K SP1LY UN FLOOR WAS CAUSE
Nelson,  Aug.  li.   Blevon iii  Hi.'     12   and Annto Maodi    i      i  uxpelled Horn
tin1 scbnnl. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
"Tlie hoard inn;, tnke Ihis ni tion
without any tear tl :i the patients
will BiilTor as i.n irn ii| c Ior their
proper care  within , ,
recommended   lor  expti chains,     'tl
Vuilll.ll     AGORA \ \ I'M   .i I UATION.
L'lOLO
i- . : . . i. md Dial
.     rict of \\    '   • ■   toiuvy.
tin     I, Michael tl
n    .1'.   I   • ■..   i j .    i     ipatl
ntti tpply for i
  ,    elm     ...      '   .  !-.      dc;    I
. r in d  lands,
ouiiiun a po
I.,    iiori n    i.m i   i'n, noi   ul  l.ot   I ■    .
Wel
nurses al tho Kootenay Lako Uonoral
ho pital wero oxpolled last night when
the directors adopted n report by Miss
B.L. Lumsden, matroii. In which In
siihonliiial Ion  was i hargeil,
Ono hour later Nursos Kunst, Stcv    ......1,1.    nuuimnin. ■■■   ,...,,..   „ ,-th -in chains,
onsou,   Mnnuhuu,   l-'erguson,    Darnat.!    To areqnwt by Mr. Irvliic for _ari     ,    |unk of Halfway Crock,
Ail        ^^^^^^^^^^
Pike, Mi.l.iiii.u. and  Vrmln Macdonuld   ,,,.,,. sh(, ,,ullU ,.,.,,,,,,    verbally,    hut
.u ,,ii    Manahan,   I'crguson,     unroot, i •• to n.init oi
in nl  ni., >ii i be urenei .1  ivork ol i Iim hos
, i       h.ii,..i.i       il ..ll .v       Thomas ill th tu
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PCII   [8HKD   n '.:  i'ESDAY,   ami
SATURDAY.   AT
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J. K.  JOHNSON, Manager.
KAI.l'H   O.   BCRUTON,   Kditor
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S ITURDAY, AUGUST 17th, 1912
Resi . g  Third  Btreet       are
[or thi   pui I".
a.i:;.   support   tor      ii
;.   a*  to replace    beii  exist Ing wood
, : pei mam nl    cement
citj there are
D   sidoWU ks,      ii
.     .   OUSlj   .li
. : i .u ilfl    M.
ing     s'oi.-.  ni   i" ting away  and     in
i...   - pedesti .ins   whose
in ij   t.o..    ibciu
ires.
All ti  miii ll   ..ii gel
] .... in. tu
■   l ■ Ull M.   E...   i . ,,1  ,■
 re    . in .ii» i
gen i.i ...   adopted
: upidl)   .i|il>.   ■ ll ..
ing wi
i. ii
:. . ■ al •'■  .1 liugut   bo u
good ity i
I    rs
| were   disn  i  I'd     and   given   until to    thui   whon  thorn  ivi      mthing ol    pi
n,rl,l    I,,     iv vc  irom    the  nurses   clal   Importance she did  not    always
homo,  H  ol  thoso     expelled     arc   present any  written  doci nl.
within one ui   iwo nn ntha ol graduu  ]    Mr. John  ■
tju j vised  Miss  Baxtci      il iki   n •■
l.,,.,,.    ,.,,., nui,.    nurses,     including   i    uocnimo I	
Miss Lumsdcn mul  Miss  h.i...',    ii.i    ii ition  and   a truthful      purl     would
hoad nurse   two probationers au I >' '■■' at Ion,
Shaw, the ..uiv  pupil nurse io usciip       Thai   Miss  Uaxtui u
lbe live, la t  nighl  had chai  ■    '   "«wl  "'th  wni   ad'      Hi)   Ur, itoue
,„.,„,.     ,,„.    ,.,   According  to   hospital,  I.ui   lhc   natron stat   I llul   ■"  the [ollowing  reporl
'""' '     ""■,   " .''"'• ho  had arrange!  Ior  two uddit,..uul      "After  giving   thc  niattcr    rein
""""'   ;""    ' |,|"'"i'  '•;'" S" probationers and  could   tecurc an.,! thi   hospital  nml      iuu il in)   verj
 '""   l'1" '■"'"■" ":        'V8S0C| ''    ,   ,    ,,„,..  .ui .   today    ■  were  careful  and  earn    I   con     .ra l,     I
Hoards of Tin [ Southern Albortn el   B"1"11'" "'   '"l,N '     "\ 	
tho spring wheal  crop will  reach 12,    " ">''•    ' I «ltl0,iel'     *'"    tak«   "    '             	
yr ',': crmno,.;!,?;     .£ *.n >-.. , .,„■> m, *....<...
Immense Grain Crop
t ui
......ii ■
ds, und flax, 51M),  l.u boh
'l'b.   total area  ol  lund  under   crop
io  Him stufl  to tho [till    extent     re    report  "'   tnko  uctl i i    ci
mul i.i.   'ii   ■  m.i .1    i ii . onu    ol    i hi
in  Southern  Alliertii  is  1,125,(11)11 acres ''I'""''1'
'    Alb ,; .1 su!..,i.l,n.ii mii   mi   the   pu irncs which  mul i     con
ii  smnll   Incrcuso over  lhat ol     Inst
year.
Fhe di Bl i ni" n.n  by  bail  in  bhe dia
manner,   while cutworms  have
worked  u  Binull  umount   ol   hav
C   It.1,11    s.n't,oils.
llso
of MissTh is toward Miss Uu'.tcr, sldcrs ol a rut
head nurse, who noted as mutroi i        "Second   Thai tl i luti   ti
trie,  has been very light, only     SOO."* >"' """ ' "cation ot    «   ■ " ''la,"° in ai
acre«  having  been deal id  In    tin-   '• '«■ lB «'«" to hav.    I«n     the »,. other, und  ,,,	
,„ j coinmencomenl   ol  tho  trouble    which sulllcicnl     courtesy     In    her    dealing
resulted iu the shuke up, although i:„. "Ith  the student   n
.biinls ol  Hi-1  mattei   wore  nol   gone      "Third   That  the secretary    	
into Inst night. ')rm''' '■'' somew hal  ! ■■ ii    ad
srli.l.kd MILK vising the suspension ol u nurse with
Vliss Thomas on Julj  llll, It is said, •"ll  enquirj :	
« id    nspeiideil  ni   tl I     ho- '"*' : "'  'he mat
havlur :,.ll.iwnii;  thc Bpilliiii ol    ome medical  olliei r in cha
mill, which she mi   lol : ' s  Mil    Uu :       "Fourth -Th u   the  ii irBi     in train
ter to clean up.  It  is stated thai   the 1,,;' •ll'1' '" I'lame ... il
pupil  nurse spill   the     lluid    through tul   l!'   ! .';i I
tripping  he stairs and wiped il up ' '' ' '       '   '   '■ - '   thai   u
thought.   She  went  oil    duty. '■''■,l  "'   l,,a,n0  !        '     "  s   '"  them
and crossed  the streei  to the    nurse "'   having   n n le  n protest    to
■ i   h.' comnienced tn change hoanl  agiiini i   th    suspen 	
METHODIST CHURCH.
Rev. li. J. Mclntyro, pastor. Services on Sunday at il a.m. and 7 llii
p.m.; Sunday school and Young Pen
pie's Bible classes at 2:30 p.m.; Wed
ncBday at 8 p.m., Epworth League
mcoliug; Friday evening, Junior nnd
Senior choir practice, A cordial wel
inine awaits the public at nil    tbose
SCI VIICS.
PRESBYTERIAN  OHURCH
Uev. j. H. Stevenson, minister
Rogulai services on Sunday nt ll
a.m. and . .i" p.m.; Suiulii> bi bool
.iii.l adull Bible classes at 2..in p.m.
.Mnl wiih pruyei meeting on Wednes
day ui i p.m. Hearty congregation
1 -'igaic .a     |( Hinginj. llm| Bpecial music bj    I
,   .      . "    lioin  choir.   Struugers uud visitors nre in
l'.llll'   I viled   to  the services.
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i'n ii i
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. i   walking .1... i,    Intending  to   '
il   tb. ir     niimlii i   toi
m.i   in tity   , .i if  i •  coll  id
llcicnl.
uo out.   u lien  partially   ilressi .1    sh
i..|.,M'.l   a uiessut.'i1 llie     acting   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
■ tendcnl   to return  to  thc    i "' ""'
pltal and clean up some ul  th.   milk      SAVS  UISMll
which she bud lett on the st.ui-s. She        '
turned nn.l found live drops   on    u   ,";"'''1  "''
stair     lower than  thut  upon     wbich   "!''  "',r-'''    "   :' v    "'
most  ol the milk hud lie u spilled. It ' ]      ■'
.  thui  .rn  i.m.   wuy   ...  ... i-    '',''1 -,,i,! '
■ remainder  ol    the  mil
slummed  .. .Lum   .mil   I. li ived    In    u
II      II,I.M,        ||C     ' ' lllll     ltllilll
ills    Baxter. ciplin
i;l,K. SE.H   TU  '... UN   1)1  I I wi" 'l"'ckly he re-estnblished.
She  Was Buspen I
,    PKTE1       . Ill in II.
II...,      i omiuunion     i ... ■.
morning at S a.m., and uitei   mom
int;  prayer  on  lb.   lirsl   s.ii,
...n  ...
iii\.  i .  A.  procunier,  rectoi    Mat
j.- .it   ii  a.m. mnl  Eveusoni
,..in . every   Sunday.     Litany  on the
Second  Sunduy,  aud  tbe A
amnion   on   tbe   I hii '■   S
Al.it ms.   Sunduy  bi
duy .ii  2 .mi p.m.   Choir pi ..•
i .    .... b .ii  * p.m
CAI HOI U    -in R( H
tit.   Krancris    of     As.
chm cn, coruei  ol    Filth    Btreet    and
McKeusie avenue.
•   uu    all
urili ol e,.
with Communion ol  tbe V ill it
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morning .it
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in  the i:
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loda]   Mid
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I laj  .ut  me.' "
New Time Mi
Un  June 2nd,
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l-ll.-.l  tWnt, ,i i   l.odj   ,.nl    .i  tu
(refbed  ,  tbi   i nl)      •. tin    a
,,„,i drink al th« Sugai  Bowl t'oun-
lum, McKenili Avenue.
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I SATURDAY, AUGUST 17th, 1912
THE! OVTAIL-SffiBALD,  ^EIV^JlSI'O ^"Eii
SATURDAY, AUGUST 17th, 1912
I
I
SYNOPSIS   OF COAL MINING
REGULATIONS.
Goal mining rights ol the Dominion
in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the
North-west Territories und in a portion of the Province ol Uritish Columbia, may be leased lor a term ot
twenty-one years at an aunual rental ot H an acre. Not moro than
2,560 acres wlll be leaeod to one ap
plicant.
Application for lease must, be made
hy ths applicant in peraon to the
Agent or Sub-Agent ol the district
ln which the rights applied Ior are
situated.
in surveyod territory the luud must
bo described by sections, or legal
sub division, of sectiona, and in un
surveyed territory tho tract applied
for ahall be ataked out by tbe ap -
plicant   himself.
li'.ach applicaut must ho accompanied by a fee uf (5 which will bs refunded If the rights applied tur are
not available, but uot otherwise. A
royalty shall bo paid ou the merchantable output of tho mine at. the
rate uf tlve ceuta per ton.
The person operating tho mine shull
furnish the Ageut with Bworu returns
accounting for the full quantity ol
merchantable coal imncd aud pay the
royalty thereon. 11 tbe coal mining
rights are not beiug operated, such
returna Bhould be furnished at least
once a year.
The lease will include the coal milling rights only, but the lessee may
be permitted to purchase whatever
available surface rights may be eonsidorod necessary for the working ol
the mine at tbe rate ul till.00 an
acre.
Fur lull information application
bliouM be made to the Secretary of
the !>epartment of the Interior, Ottawa, OT to the Agent or Sub-Agent
of Dominion   ' amis.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy  Mlnlater of the  Interior.
N.B.—Unauthorized publication ol
this advertisement wtll not bs paid
lor.
WATKK  NOTICK.
Notico io hereby given thut William
llliiir HubciUoii, ol Hevelstoke, B.C.
will apply for a liceuie to tako sad
use (16) ufteeu Miueis inches ol water
uut ul Caribou Creak, which tiuws in
a southerly direction through T. B.
MHI71I and T. H. MOM, aud empties
into Duwnia Creek, aboul two miles
(rom its mouth, Columbia River, The
water will be diverted at a poiut 1|
nines north ul Downie Creek, and
wiil be used lor domestic purposes
en the land described as Lot 10199,
Revelstoke  Land  District.
This notioe was posted on tho
ground on the 4th day ol June, 1912.
Tbe application will be hied in the
orhce ol the Water Recorder at Revelstoko, B. 0.
Objections may be filed with the
said Water Recorder or with the
Comptroller ol Water Rights, Parliament Buildings,  Victoria,  B.C.
W1LAJAM   B.   ROBERTSON.
Per Andrew Kitson, Agent.
WATER NOTICE.
For a Lictnse to take and use Ytater
Notice is hereby given that Jamas
A. Shields, ot Revelatoke, B.C., will
apply far a license to take and use
Fifteen 11 f.j Miner's inches uf wator
out uf Caribou Creek, which flows ln
a southerly direction through Tim -
ber Limits i'liii) and 43021), aud empties into DuwHie Creek about two
miles from tha Columbia river, Tha
water will ba diverted at a poiut
about or.o and a half miles north ol
Downie Creok trail aud will be used
for domestic purposes on tha laad
described as Certilicate ol purchase
ii.l  Revalstuko Land District.
This notico was posted on tha
ground on tho 4th day of June, 1912
Tho application will bo tiled in the
office of tha Water Reeurder, Revel -
stoke, B.C. Objections may be tiled
with tbs said Wator Reoordor ur with
the Comptroller ul Wator Rights,
Parliamsni Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
J AMI.b A. SHIELDS, Applicaut
By Andrew  Kitson,  Agent
NOTICE
Revelstoke Land Dlstriot.
District  ul   West Kootenay.
Notico is hereby given that 1, Adelard S. Blondiu, ut Halcyon, B. C,
occupation Shipwright, intend to apply Ior permission tu purchase the
r,,llowing described land:
Commencing al a puat pluated 20
chains south aud 40 cbains west Irom
tbe Suuth Kast Corner ul Lot 7072,
(lioiip Uue, Kootenay District, aud
marked "A' S' Blundlu's Nurth b'ust
Cui ner i'ust" ibenre aouth 40 chains,
tbence west 20 chains, tbence n rth
40 chains, tbence east 21) chains moro
or less to the point of commence -
ment, and containing 80 acres, moro
or Ises.
Dated this Xtth June, 1911.
ASKLARD S. BLONDIN.
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Hon. Thos. Taylor Returns
Hon. Thomas Taylor, minister ot
public work.-,, returned home yester -
day Irom Ban Francisco, where he hurt
been attending tbe convention ol the
Pacific Highway association, and
where be read a paper on the "roads
ut British Oolumbia."
Mr. Taylor reports that the other
li. 0. representatives mnl be bimsell
were given tbo very heartiest sort ol
u welcome, and the work which is being done in the province iu the wuy
ol providing good roads was .-clerred
to iu terms ot high praise by all
those speakers who have hurt lhe pnv
liege of going over any ol them. In
the course ot his paper Mr, Taylor
sai'd,
"Your enthusiasm bus extended beyond the Imaginary line, aud has resulted In tbe torn,at.'.ii ul aallcar association, known us the. Cunaxian
Highway association, and while you
huve mapped out a plun "I campaign
most uiu,ine umi tar-reacblng .n its
objects, namely: tbe building ol a
highway [rom Blaine on tbe interna-
tiuual boundary to tbo border ol Mei
ico, our association, aided and encouraged by your enthusiasm, bus
evolved uu undertaking ol even greal
er magnitude, winch bus [or its object tbc building ol ii highway Irom
Alberni on the Pacific to Halllai on
the Atlantic.
••Tbe responsibility tor the construe
tion ol ibe in.mi highway through tbe
province oi British Columbia, known
locally   as   tbe     11 'anspi oviucul   loud,
rests wltb me. Tii.s highway will bave
u distance on the mainland ot 7(W
miles und upon the island ot Vancouver ot i.ui miles, ol tins mileage at
least 550 is already completed, and
the balance either im process ot con
strtictiou ui' location."
Executioners in Demand
Reno, .Va., \tig. 13—It there are
live men willing lo undertake tbe gruesome tuak ot shooting lo death a
liuin win, is in sudor the deatb penal
ty   ill   Nevada   slate       prison,   WuldeB
Ueorge w. Cowing wishes to obtain
their services, lie has mude ellorls
lii find the men but he has met  Willi
im Buccegu and the date ol the execution has been set lor August av.
The situation  that   confronts   the
warden is due tu the uew law whicli
grants a condemned man ibcng.it to
choose lhe method ot lnb execution.
Four ot tho riffles are to be loaded
with bull cartridges, while jm carries a bltiuk. Thc wcupous are shuht-
lled and no one kuow& who really
bred the iulal shot.
The niuu to be executed .a Anrtngi
Mirkovich ot Touopuh, who had asked to lie shot.
High Lumber Rates
Oaigary, July Jo.—The mountain
lumber manufacturers association ol
Calgary. Claiming' that the rates they
pay on lumber shipped north on the
main lines ot tbs C.P.R. are the high
est on the Coutineot, bave made appli
cations to the Hallway Commissioners lor order reviuiring the C.P.H. to
publish special tarifl ot rates on
lumber that should not exceed rates
Ior the same distance Irom Winnipeg
and Prince Allien. The railway will
[urn;sh a  written  answer in 30 days.
Will be Prosecuted
daskatoon, Aug. 13—Alter life adjournments, Crown Prosecutor McKenzie has received instruction [rom
the attorney general's department at
Hcgiii.i to proceed with the prosecu -
Hon ot two Japanese and one Chinese
charged with a breach ot the provincial law prohibiting Urieutala Irom
hiring white female help. This is in
thc nature of a test case and will
come up next Monday iu tbe police
court, unusual interest attaching as
several other cases ur- waiting tbis
experiment in legislation along raco
lines.
Sold by Bourne Bros, BA i r iai as    si UUST lTtu, 1912
t,Ja:j±]::jyi:-Aiii.-Et^iH-^r..D, ^JlUV-^lbtok:^
Saturday, AtjqtJbt wth, 1812
HALCYON NOTES
Mr. Ti li :      i-i Bun
I ndeut,     v. .,s    here    during hist
:onrv
.. • e con
l. ...Ml    .1
I.i; I
Mi     VnJrew  Ward nne,
ii
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things
D widen
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Mi.   V.C   M    kiT, thi   ;   [i liai  <
here en
iter ol Hall'j on.  Hi' ii'
! ...    tory to  lell.
Mr. ii , arc
.   :      theii
m   .,  party
U   to   St,    I.m,,.,
tun ed   « Ltb     alio il
peel '       All
g tern
ry to In   had
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: . . , ' 11. Mcintosh, ad
\ is. a v...- Hat ■' ■ ■■ th li
laten ueai lul lire to
.. . . : . ling. The hotel al mall to ac
. travelling imbue,
,    re
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Cil      ...       ■ :       i .... to  its
ty.     mi .   11.     ■■..-  I tie geuer
the  al   i ompuiij.
tii   intent ,"ii ol   i he
i   :..,  .:... iiill   the    year
.  .a   Halcyon
I .'..in.,   uud   A.   .1
tt M.   civnut
i-.  i- [ Comaplix;     M.
, und AH     i ,', uiug and
...  it    Lyons,  .i.n. Howson
K.   La     Uie   ,   I .Al.   I' .'I,I.   VS.   KluiivUi,
r.d.   i :  ..    le,   Aulti :   Stone,   ».   L'ald
• ■,   Mi.  aud Mrs.  i r< .siuan und lain
Uev.   (J.W.   Hal 11> j
l.  i      >'u lei.   Kami! p;  Mi s.
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REVELSTOKE, B. C, AUGUST to, 191a.
Dear Ci stomkks1
If you were positively sure in sour mind that you could get really BETTER HOUSE FURNISHINGS
lor vour money than sou could possibly get by sending oui oi town, and at the same time enjoy the advantages'of
liberal and considerate treatment at all times, sou 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 by getting our goods in carloads instead of by local freight, we can AND DD sell goods (or less money than you can buy them from mail
order houses svith freight added.
Remember, this is a big stock to choose from, comprising everything for the home from cellar to garret, and
every article we sell is such GOOD VALUE that it will either make for us a new customer or draw an old one
closer.
We have only to convince YOU of the truth of these statements to induce you to call. You have only to
set- and examine the values we oiler to CONVINCE YOURSELF that our goods are worthy of your preference.
May we expect a visit from you SOON ?
YOURS VERY TRULY,
HOWSON & COMPANY, LIMITED
Sewing Machines
A nice ness stock of Singer anil Wheeler Wilson Sewing Machines
For Sale or Hire
bj the month  at Manning's.
All kinds of machine needles
stocked.
H.  MANNING.   Agent.
WE   WANT
:    representative every
I
■ ■
Gtand Trunk Pacific Ra Iwa •
ta   main   line   d •
v.c handle nothii
... 1      . ni  genuine merit.     ss,    are
11 Ing mi 1 he ni.ii I.'1!  .1 beautifully   located,   lIosi In  subdivision  to
1 1    Uritish  Columbia,  the lurg-
esrl i'ii> mi Okuuagau Lake. Uur
Kelowna property .- in the original
iity hunts und has tt Irontage 1 I
,,,, 1   nui      11  I    on Oku      an   Laki,
I' ; ■    • .-.       net
.  .   ol   up] roximatelj
have    , - ia     resi
m ■ batautial
proof ■ r Keluvi
n.i  pro|
to
Grand Paeifie Land Co., Ltmited
R. Z. CRAWFORD
CONIKAl UNO
PAINTER
S itisfai tion guaranteed
Agent   for   Flexlume   Electric
Signs
R. Z. CRAWFORD
a Transfer
11AHVKY.  McCARTER
AND PINKHAM,
Barristers,  Solicitors,   Ktc.
Imperial   Dank   Buililinx   Revel
•toke, B. 0.
Money to Loan.
OfflOM—Revelstoke,    B.    0.,     aad
Craubrook, B. 0.
Ceo. 8. MeCarter,
A. II, Pinkham, J. A. Harvej
Revelstoke. Cranbrook
biiiiiiiiy ilim id.ur
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tha woi Id. ni...
,.'•.'.       j
tan .* tht mott noticeable thing about jour development    li
ta  well -ie rapid.   Tbe tri 1 tbiu'
( on   la coming Into tavoi
....- I'nited    alutes    tourists,    and
pertosi   every yeur will tast
t:..-. trip eastward and   wtot-
u.,rJ.   The  ecenic   wonders  are  ai-uc
worth t'.e trip."
I A0 have two or three corsets
m constant use is really   an
eery I one should
he : 1 ions. A
one may l> cl
■ nts.
1 he third  and • .'ives
perfect freed       nd comfort while
attending lo I I duties.
HOBKRT  BM1TH.
Provincial  Land  Huveyor,
Mining aurvayor,
lCnginearini
.lcKKNZlE  AVE.,
BOX    106.   REVKLBTOKB
ff.   II.   vVALLACB,   M.H.C.S.A.
AR0H1T K C T.
P. 0. Boi 146,  Hevelstoke, B.C.
REVELBTOKH   COUNCIL
Nu.   tl,    RuVAL   TEMPLARS    OF
TEMPERANCE
Meeta every 2nd aud Ith ThuradayB
iti (.iililfeilowa Hull, at 8 o'clock.
\ .iit.HK Templars ure cordially in-
■..ted to attend.
W.  K.  MUN30N, 8. 0.
a.  D. TOURNBR,  R.  8.
REDUCTION IN ELECTRICAL FIXTURES
Are you wanting any Electrical Work Done ?
If so, call at the Revelstoke Plumbing na,
Sheet   Metal  Co.'s Store, Connaught Avenue.
A. G. DUCK
ELECTRIC   SUPPLY   STORE
Nighl Phone I"
!'. o. Itox 469
KOOTENAY      LODCE,  No.  i» A.  F.
aud A.   M.
. 11 tings are held  in MAb
BMPLE,    Oddtellowa      Hall
on tl,a Third Monday in such mouth
at 1 p, m.      > letting brethren     are
•   ,   »alci ma.
m     rHOMSON,  W.  M.
vs    H   ROBERTSON, Secretary.
COI RT     MT.      BBOBIB,    No. Mtl.
OF I. 11. K.
Unu   11  1   u   0. V.  Hall na»t   to
. a     , ara   Houae  fvnry  aecund
iy  in  month.   Visit
.      itbran cnnlially  welcomed.
.    a   BELL, 0. II.
WM    H.  CAMERON,   Rm  Bm
IJ  acre good luud  Ior sule near (J.
>'.H. uvWi.-ii. N. Coursier.
CORSETS
am madf in a variety '>( model* to meel '     requirement!
of   every   ('i°,liiiiir   and   every   fi"iir<        I ,,r    the   well-
developcd figure we recommend Modeli No. 619, No.
633, and No. r<0'>.
Sold by the best slores everywhere, in Canada.    Write for book of new styles to
Crompton Corset Company, Limited, Toronto.
0. w. i>. vv.
. .   . ian 1 ainp. No. at
a ;    and      Fourth   Wednes
daya    in  each   month   in     Selkirk
Hail,     v.av  if Woodmen am
.   , . tn atumd
.1     ,'. IODL ''''in
■i ■■ ■ I, • lark,
.«"••
LrODCiB  v., 1. i.i. 0. V.
■  -vr.ry      Thursday evening    in
•   Mall  at k o'clock.      VlfKlni
brethren  cordially  uwll.ed.
JOHN  LYON       N.  0.
MATHIE,  Bee.
OOLD RANOB MilillH,      K. of    P.,
M,   REVBLBTOKB,  B.  0.
Meet! av,.ry   Wednesday incept   tlia
lini.I  WednMday ol aacb month     In
Oddhulowe'   Hall at I o'clock.   Vielt-
lay. Kmghta ara cordially  Invited.
0,   VV.   UARLAND,  C.   C.
0. H. BROCK, K. ol R. A fl.
U. ot f.
Sash. Doors, iVIouldings' Turnings
W   nre in the miinnlacUiring business
Sash,  Doors, Mouldings,  Turnings, Show
Cases,   Ollice  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
cJTWetal, 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 him, he will
till you that tht" whiskeys we are
Belling are the best* Call ami bo
convinced, No household Bhould
1>,' without a Niipply of our Harvey's Special Scotch WhibkJjy; our
Frapln Liqueur Brandy, guaranteed
till years old or Blackberry Brandy
ioi' Medicinal pin•pon«H. Our xtock
of ohoice Wiihm- uud Liquors of all
kinds are unexcelled. >Sold by all
the leading hotels,, or telephone
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Importers and Dealers In Pure Wines, Liquors, Cigars and Cigarettes
White-Star-Dominion
CANADIAN SERVICE
ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS
Montreal Quebec Liverpool
Largest & Finest Steamersf rom Canada
New 8. S. Laurentic, 15,000 Tons Each
New S. 8. Megantic
Sails Jane 22, July 20, Aug. 17. July 6, August 3, August 31
ONLY FOUR DAYS AT SEA
one-cliiBB ill) Cabin servioe.
Twin-Screw S. S. Teutonic     Twin-Screw S. S. Canada
5H2 leei long,  1S.0IKI horsepower 5!4 Feet loii^
Sails July 13, Aug. 10, Sept. 7. June 29, July 27, August 24
Company's Olllces, 619, Second Ave., Near Cherry St., Seattle
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INUORPORATEO 1865
Record of Progress tor Five Years—1906-1911
19(10 1911
Capital      ....       * 3,uoo,000 * 4,000,000
Reserve 3,000.000 4,000,000
Deposits       ....         2o\(i77,730 35,042,311
Loans und Investments          -       27.4.ri7,0iJ0 38,854,801
Total Assets         -       -       -         33,05)0,192 48,237,284
Has 83 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents In all
tho Princlpnl Cities In lhe World.
A QENLI1AL OANKINU BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS  BANK  DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Interest nllowed at highest ourrent rate.
Revelstoko Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager
fruit Land
FOR SALE
Galena liny landBin parcels nf
10 or 'M aores or en bloc. Correu-
pondence invited.
John Shaw, Agent,
Box 616 Arrowhead
H. W. EDWARDSi
TAXIDERMIST
Animal    Rugs,   Game
Heads and Birds
Mounted
P.O.Box 31, lievelstoke
Lumbermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -  Revelstoke, B. C
bt(oretbuylng yonr out-
lit of working clothes
lor iIn-' I'ush. I wake a
specialty ol Logging
Shoes, I'ants, Sox, Shirts
Blankets and everything
required iu your 1 nisi nc:
E.   G.    BURRIDGE
Tinsmith Repairs, Hot Atr, Pip*
and Furnace work
-WORK   8HOP-
Connaughl  Av*.   •    R*v*l»t«k« SATURDAY, AUGUST 17th, 111 IS!
•rsiE ^tAir.-M^i^^.i^u, ^DLii'v^^LtS't'O^:^
SATURDAY. AUGUST 17th, V)U
1
MALAKWA
TOWNSITE
Lots ln (bo now townsite of Malakwa aro now ou the market at prices
ranging from $75 to $l"r>. These lols
ure all high and dry and the rcgiilu
tion size. |
Beasons Why You
Should Buy in
Malakwa
This new town is just about half
way between Revelstoke and Siilmou
Arm, being a trifle over 30 miles
from cither place. It is a natural location for a town, being surrounded
hy a highly rich (arming district.
Lots in this townsite can be purchas
ed on loug terms so that a purchser
belore bo has really paid tor his lotB
will have made a good profit on his
investment.
Business Opportunities
There is a grand opening for hotels
and other branches ot business, including a barber shop, shoe maker,
drygoods and gents furnishings, and
all  other legitimate  businesses.
T
How on tiie Market
CP.R. Passes
Through Townsite
Station and Side Tracks
Already Installed
GET IN ON THE GROUND FLOOR
Buy Early
The lirst oue hundred lots 8olJ will
he at the low prices of *7". to Ui'o.
These lots will tie reuse one hundred
per cent In a few months t.me. If
you fail to secure mat- hlunie yourself
when paying higher prices luter on.
Industries A/ready
Started
Already industries are being located here. The tirst keen business concern to grasp the golden opportunity
of locating at this townsite will 1*
a large shingle mill, operated by
.Spokane parties. This mill will be
operated by water power.
Preparations arc also being made
to install a water power suflic.ent to
operate an rleetric plant or any other
industry that may come in.
For lurther information, apply to
rfessrs. Johnston and Haycock, Malakwa, B. C.
g——
. . It Might Be Gold. . .
BTJT
It is always hot in the plunge at Halcyon Hot Springs,   J£
whose natural hot medicinal waters are the most wonder-   fe
fui 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.
Haleyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. BOYD, Proprietor,
Halcyon, Arrow Lakes
Union  Hotel
I LUST NBWLY RKPA1RED
RATES,      .     $1.50 PER DAY
Weekly and monthly rates to be arranged.       Meal Tickets, 21 meals for $6.00
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, 13. C.
A. P. laBVSSQUB, Proprietor
Laughton (& 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 $i a day.    Monthly rate.
T.    ALBEBT     STOISTE!      JPPLOIF
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged   and Improved.    First-Claps in every respect.    All modern convenience!
Large Sample Rooms.
Rat.c 4>2.00 per day        Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
Strictly First Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with Bath
HOTEL CLIMAX RESTAURANT
m—m^^m—m OPEN NIGHT AND DAY"
White Help Only Employed
Board by the Day or Week
Night Restaurant—Short Order
W. C.  BATCHELOR,        -        cTVIanagcr.
Rosedene Nurseries
Revelstoke. B. C.
House Plants, Ferns, etc.
Cut Flowers, Roses, Carnations, etc
Thos. Newell, Prop.
Designs Box 51
Phone 295
UNION HOTEL
ARKUWHRil), B. 0.
S| n-l»l Attention given to comnicrcls1
men him! tourists. Kirit-cla*« sampli
rooms. Finest scenery in British Colombia, overlooking I'pper Arrow Lake.
W. J. Lightburne, Prop
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer     Draying
Handling Pianos a Specialty
Phone 42 -   Night Phone 85
SAY HE WAS
WRONGED
"1 urn absolutely ulone, an outcast
in the world, with even my lamily
turned irom mc, and a commitment
Ior  insanity  out uguiust  nic in     the
to a hospital to recuperate. "All I
needed," said Mr. Gage, "was a rest
cure. And there I got it. There I
came in lor thc lin esttreatment I
have had in my life, since my. mother
died—seventeen  years  ago!"
It was while he was at the hospital
he claims, that he was "doped" as he
put it, and sent to ihe private asyl-1 portion ol lood and generally Lad con
urn    previously     mentioned.    He  got
ways o! thc "nurse" and thc doctor,
and   determined   to  see   what  I ioul.1
do."
Consequently,  he      was on h.s best
behavior  lor some time, aud as 'a ion
sequence ol tine was allowed a iiesu
room In thc second story where shore
were no    cries;     was given na extra
out aud returned to his bachelor
city ol Portland. Cau you imagine a j chambers iu thc city, but was there
worse  posiiiou than  mine." [again  visited  by  two deputy  sheriils,
Tins was the question put with ini- WDOi when asked, produced a warrant
prcs.sive earnestness to a represent!,-1 commanding ms deteutiou, as a vic-
tive ol the Victoria Times, Friday ev-'lim ut insanity. According to Mr.
enlng lust, by Qeorge Huiliord Gage, Uage, no proper legal proceedings
ol California, who is uow in the city I W(.n. batten, but be was treated us "
As a human document ol extraortUn- violently insane uud placed m a steel
ary power and pathos, the liie ul Mr. tank [or ati hours, the sue ol the
Oaga would take -.nine. Iicutlug. tans   being eight leet  by seven. Alter
Thirty-two years ol age, (luge bag'a whole day'I detention there, o eoui-
just escaped (rom a private asylum iu mittment ol Insanity against lum was
the city ol Portland, where he had, g00Wn |lm, and be was rushed oil In a
been Incarcerated, though according I motor cur to the asylum,
li. bis own showing, a perfectly well "The definition ol insanity," *aiid
man, and subjected to treatment U>r Gage, "as Interpreted by the Su-
Whlcll be say would actiiii'lly, have dri |,,ciue Court ol the United Slates, is
veil man) a sound man Insane. |tne Btate  In  which a man does     not [Hillsborough, about lorty mile, away
,1.1...ti- lettered.
Tbe ne\t trouble was the mate nurse
win. slept in the room with Sim, but
by taking objections to '.he usj'i. lateness ot the nurse's arrival unJ consequent d.sturbnuce al his slumber, it
was authorised that the nur^e ahuu'.d
sleep outside  the room.     Clod  in on
id suit and sweater, and shod >u a
pall Ol leutber shoes, he made bis escape ..bout two o'clock one tine moi n
lug, by crawling through the nariow
lavatory window and dropping to the
ground,   Ha i""k no buggugc, bisons
impulse lieing to get away as lar as
be could Irom tbe scenes ut his incarceration. Kor miles he hurried over
the Country  and late in the follow.iig
afternoon dropped mtu a cotuge   at
Mr. Uage Claims that he is the sun know right from wrong aud wrong
ol a vice president ol the Southern J'u I fruin right. Do you believe me to I* t
cilic and Central I'acilic railroads and ,„ that condition?" ho asked passion
Comes ul a distinguished stock, "' I utoly. "Do I look like a man Who
which he is very proud. Iu lact, h« I Bhould be called upou to sutler mdig
naively confessed yesterday that the Initios and cruelty in the thud degree
only things ne hud with lum when he | [u|. thot is what I experienced. Not
escaped from the asylum were his ,„,iy ,|,j my keepers t.i y to do ui.
if   the   fam
toothbrush   ami   a  record
ii) genealogy,
The  story   ol  his  experience is    one
which might is- met. with between the'angry ami told tbt ksepei
covers  of a novel,   but   seldom in  real | thought   ol  tbem      all.      11
lib
Mi
mental  harm,  but  Ihey gave  ma  bod
ily   Iuui   as    well.      Naturally   uu i.i)
Ural   entry  Into  tbe asylum  i     was
what      I
gut   IHHd
a roamor trom ins earliest days I and threw mc on several     occasions,
Gage  is  proud   uf  the.  fact    that  with  the result  that 1 was  badly l.ru-
he   has followed   twuiily   diflerent  call  I imwI   iu   many   places,   aud  for      doys
bad  a bruise uh big   a.  my  tist,    just
nigs,   including  those of    cowpunchei,
clerk, Journalist, bank cashier, Insui
aiiec     underwriter, etc.   in the last
named capacity   he  visited      this city
l.lr'K   I.S   TllK   ASYLUM.
under  my  hearl."
lie  asserted  that  while  in the  pnv
three years  ago   and   stayed   then,   as ate asylum Ihe doctors gave the pat-
now, at tl»e     Empress   hotel.     Two lent, "nerver," a lorm ..i ,tmg which
he liked  so much that   Iim  gol
years ago  he  wim acting as  u     clerk
tu the  Panama  canal  com.DalBeloa.ors
on the  Isthmus.
Thc trouble began just about two
montliH ago. According tu Mr. Gage,
he bad come into Portland with u lei
ter uf Introduction to the general man
agcr uf the Southern I'acilic railway
in Oregon, Iixnn the assislaut general manager or tbe Southern Pacific
railway, lie was given a minor posi
tion ns a clerk and from the first set
uut tu  better his station.
"And 1 made good,"     ho suid  with
I thoroughly exhausted. Thc good wo
man uf the house gave him a meal
and later he met a Iriend who loaued
him money.
Coining northward he got as Ial U
a aud put up ot a local hutel, scudiug a Wirt lu h.s sister in
California lul luujs, which wero tent
..u tu turn. Aiming ,n town he gut
a lull rig-out of suit, underwear and
ibOM al aaale, abd was dsi.gl.ted
Kith tie bargains. "The same tbiugn
would haw • •mi me ♦r.n on tbs othei
■..I. .     I.e  nald.
He has been instiucted by his sisttr
10 remain here until he recewes u.
lettei (ram her tu advim- him what
to do II hln story is Hue there ih
im. doubt that he haa beeu cruelly,
wiougcd. ilis meuioiy is perfect and
his aiguiueuts logical. Iu appeu.uncc
he is well set up with lair, close-crop
pel hair and o big brood lurehenJ.ltu
addicted to quaint American .-lam:
and has an air uf absolutv h,manly,
and  uprightness.
"1 never turned a trick in all mr
His,"  he said.   He attended  Stanford
a crating for it wimh could scarcely be rc-
pelled.    They   were   all   treated      with
"nervci"  an  hour  belore  the  midday
meal und at nine in  the evening,    tht
latter dose being given to moke them
sleep.    Fur seven   weeks,   be  asserted,   'mversity   ten   years   ago.  festrfHny
he  was  kept iu a loom  in  which    the . Ml    °*# l'"'1  ""  '"t',",|«w  w'tb    I
window   was   barred   and      the   doora
double   padlocked.    Also  u male   nurse
slept iu  tbe sume room with lum.
"At   times,"   he  avered,   "tho  cries
of tbc violent patients directly above
0,8, consul for tbs third time,
believes that ue will espouse
cauas.
sod
bis
Victor  Hornless     Marbluae  C from
and   below me were su terrible'tbat l|'J0   "i1™""'      KdUon   .'honograplii.
particular  prido.   "In   three mouths   I' could  uot sleep; and 1 lost in  weight |
in
from      J19.M      upwards.—Revelstoke
Music  Btore,  McKenzie Avenue.
Make out your order lor your .Winter's supply of coal. We bave thc
gooda on bond and will deliver at
I had had mors than enough of It" , your own convenience il you send in
down. Voluntarily, ami without con-! continued .Mr. Uage, "ao I made up your order early. Hevelstoke General
suiting anyone jU the, mutttti he went B» «"><• «Q 'scope.    I studied    tbs [Agencies, Limited, __J
had taken on three new positions,
each an advance on the Lust," Unfortunately, however, his health gave
way. He lost weight steadily and
tiLaully  bad  u complete   norvouB  break
tromenduusly.    It  was  like  being
tbu abode of tbc damned."
THE BSCAl'hl. BAT0RDAT, AUGUST 17th, 1912
ffjEiEJSi^-A.iiii iac3±ii^-A.riD, ^is^Eir.sTOK^
BATURDAY, AUGUST 17th, lill'l
Local Acrostic
Revelstoke   ; i ogi  . nlve  town,
prise secures renow n,
Visitoi md sea,
.■ to thee,
• I    j   not ■'   - i harming scenes.
tains, dei p ravines,
Tii   ■ tretchlng wld.
.   .
. and thej
..'.. ,  |..i:..     yv.A.B.
Discovers lin Ore
\ ..    •    Mi    J.W, Smith
who in th.   old daya ol  Lurdo     wus
1 !..,  i.i  '   .- ii..lb,   wus       In
laj     -iii. sunn' ore
' ted     to   tbe    Mining
.,;   tbi i   •'■ "•      i'inn's
M : m  :,.,    recent ly lotiud
.  it  :   ,!  .... i is  a Inch he utaked oul
"■  nl   Mara  Luke,  nt.oul      eight
, an  ■..     i.oi m
tin,  The  pi opei i>   be
 I  the Va
.  lode which  haB
.ntij   (or n
.. ■ .;■    Wb. lo. ati d
old aud cop
pposed by t he pi na
;-." discover}  meant  tbo
■   ng link  .ii     tho
■  •   Iwtween  the  Koote
If the tm pro
:. ..-     ....      -    ,  Jevi lopnieiits
.'   ...  n ■ .1    ,   ...•  ;  \ Ivnl   .ii    pn..-.
pocting ■      r ol the pi ovinco
Keep tiie Boy Busy
Alpine Club Summer Camp
Alpln'  Cluh     "l     Cnuailii     Oiuiip,
■■!., ii   Image  l.'uiimlluti   liockleB,  Ann.
,   'i lie  in..a.in.i.   Alpine club ilus
vm.ii   I    •   1111i'ii. .1   ils  cump  jus.      by
Vi'l'uui     mi Puss "li   tho      line  of      lhe
route .1 be followed hy tho roud
limbic! . who uro now nl work pro
paring ihe motor road Irom Hand to
Windi'i:.: re. Tlio camp consists ol
iilioiii . i teats, pitched In a beautiful
« nn.l, ,'ulloj by t he \ mi iiiilion liver
a .-iiii'iii stream with milky waters.
It is Hl.ghtly over eight miles so.itli
ol I'.'n im i,i .ui iiii I lie Ciinadian
Pucltlc railway,     Tho altitude ol tho
Camp   IS  ullOlll     5,IHI I   feel.       'I'lll'   111hL
iiii.iI.i> Ing ..iini  Mount  Storm bus
In I'll    inn.Im,    I III.   .mi . Ml     bull lllg    I'l'oill v
ll.m, I" .; p.in, Ml, . ,lc.Hi Mcllonulil
.I.iii..ni. i ii, Dr. Mi lb.nnbl, editor ol
the Toronto Globe, wn lho lirst wo
niuu t o reach Him i.i i ii, altor a brave
.nnl sl in-ill light, TllO rd urn wus
quickly in.ole in a downpour ol rain
and I'.t accompanied by thunder
and   lii'lil ii.in-.    Prof,   r.'lMiniiii   wns in
i Iiiii ci' nl  i ho trip,
Creates New Department
\ iiim I,,,   V UK-  !•'   i" oi .lei  in cope
with   Hi.-   nu reusing   woi k   ol   lbe    dc
I'.ilf I.Mlll     ol    I,Hills,    lliill.     W.ll.     U..S   .
hm .Iimi.u.i to in,ih- a new brunch,
i" in knowii a tIim Imipccliiiii branch
iiiiui ;'.iiheart, Jr., who has hither
to >• . a chief cloii. ... iue depurtmeut
Iui ■ he. ii promoted to tho head ol tho
new branch and will bo known ub su
i.t'i .iiim.lent ol in-, iii'ics, 'ibe superintendent will give general utientiou
... tli operal Ion ol tho pro cmptlon
law .uul liuvo charge ol the inspection
Tb. »   ..■    ta!  '.   trom   an    ex
i    ... '      parent,   to I .'n.l.
\ ,i ial       '        la not ,i time fm Idle
ness ■  .   ■:•      ,   ...i... is large enough1 uucsieuds, a numlier oi   lns| i
to attend sel ;.   lie Bhould bo given   ors reporting to lum. lie also invest
tbe freedom  thai  l.oyb I requires ol   '■''"     disputes oi  conflicts tii.it  m ,-
restricted   license.
H. re than tbat  at     tbe
i      Is •..' h.s par. nt - r. sponsible    (or
bis    i ng  if     p,   Give tin- hoy  • ome
a..mi iiihImi lbe administration <•[ I he
I.a.i.i int. Another Important phaso
ol  tho superintendent's  work   will  be
■ ii im.nn.-mi  ii.ib sucb business    as
<     ..- to keep him  hiiBy even  though  arises regarding the province's Inter-
i   ji..   Let bim fed  e8ta   "  various townsltos throughout
tli.t  each     ■!.,>• during h.s season of  Uritish Columbia.     This  will  ine.udo
Or. O. Gordon Hewitt, Dominion Entomologist, says.
referring t,. thc Infantile death rate
from iutcsliil.il discuses anil .liiitilncil
spic.id liv llic llnlisr liv, be believes
Uut t be so called harmless rh is yearly
causing ilu' death of thousands of
infants,   as   well   us   Spreading   the
germs of typhoid fever.
WILSON'S
FLY PADS
arc the besl thine, tn lid your house
ol these dangerous pests.
NOTICK
NOTICE!
It.'vcls.okc  I.ami  District.
iu ii H i  oi Woi i   Kootuuuy.
Tllkl I ii c   l ll:lI     I      I Irt "i    lloyci of
Clreeuwood, 11.( , occupation, hotel
pi opl nt in , lutein! to applj or pei
mission io purchase lhc following de
scribed lauds,
Commencing nl a post plain id nt
lho North West Cornor, being ton
Chain oust ol the South West Coiner ot Timber Limit No. 312113, tb nee
east -In chains, thouco south IU chnins
lb,.nee west it) chains, thonco in,ith
4u chains to point ol commenoeuient,
Datod 28th .lune,  1912.
OWEN   HI A Kit.
George Uoucbard, Agent.
Ruvelstoko Land District,
District ol West Kooteuay.
Take notice that I, Elizabeth Una
mih, ol Rossland, n. C, occupation,
married woman, Intends to upply lor
permission to purcbase the lollowing
described lunds:
Commencing at, a pout planted
aboul su chains uorth ol tho North
Went Corner of Lot S402, thenco mi
chains south, thenee 30 chains cast,
thenco 80 chains north, theuce 30
chains west to point of commence -
ment and containing 240 acres, more
or less.
Datod April 26th, 1912.
ELIZABETH,   HANNAH,
Per   .lohn   VV.   Ilaunuli,   Agent.
li'nsl   issue Aug. 14,
MINERAL   act   NOTIOB,
Speulow,  Jorltins ami    Park  Pnic
imml   Mineral  I luims,  hiIiiuic In  the
Trolll    l.uke   Mining   Division   of West
Kootonay District. Where locatod i'liii Groat Northern Mountain.
Take     Uotice thai 1, O.R.N, Wilkie,
acting as agent lor the True .fissure
Mining mid Milling Company, Limited
Free      Miners  Certificate   11947811,  iu
lend,  sixty   duys from dale  hereol, to
upply to iin' Mining Recorder lor a
Certilicate ol Improvements, for tbo
inu pose ol obtaining n Orown Urunt
ol   llie   above  Claim,
And lurther lnke notice that, ucl
Ion, under section 37, must be eom-
iiicuced      before   the   issuance  ol  BUch
Certilicate of Improvements.
Duted  this  ISth  day  of  July,  1912.
U.   IJ.   N.   WILKIE.
n creat on  -   ... thing i - expected
ili..
urinal     solection   jl    tb.   i ts
!..::.    Glv.   bim a largoi   idea    of  his which constitute the  province's   ono
tance  and  m   more  nearly munli  Interesl   In all  townsltos    and1
i  ■ ■ the school, dur [also tho making of arraugementaOior
ing tl '   in oi tbe year is ""' "ale ,,i government  towns^e ro^.
trying u>  ['-indulgence "'■      ' rciso supeivisi ,f Hj^l i
uum-       ivboles    [oi   .. child l"'1,1    (l"m     tho crown   lease.Nkprpt.
th.m  : adult,   nf course,      the C0B'    ''ni1  ,lll|l"i   landB,   The tonc.l  |
i t the one to nnd thia   out ' ' ;l" royalties duo the u..<   I
against    t     Thai ''cl  ""' *""'' ,'"'1 gravel :••..-•.-     will'
.- tbe duty ol the parent. '"" "'"[,,<  hw care
'':"-.' ' irnace lump and
nut cuul at   Cours.,: 'g,
Poi   reallj   choloe  chocolates,
i. at ih.- Sugai  Bowl
drop
NOTICE
Revelstoki  Land District.
Dibtrict ol  West Kooteuay.
Tako notice that I, Joan Batlse S.
Blondiu, ol Montreal, occupation,
Merchant, iuteuds io apply tor per-
mission to purchuse the lollowing
described lauds.
Commencing al a post planted six
iy chains wesl umi lu chains smith ol
the south cast corner of Kot 7U72,
I hence south liu chains, theuce west
2i> ehuins, theuce north tu chuius,
I In ine east. 2d chains to poiul ot
commencement, couluunug l2u acres
moro or less.
Dated  dune 2slb,   l'..|2.
dean Batlse s, Blondln,
Ashlar S. Ulondiu. Agent
NOTICE.
Uevelstoke Luud District.
District of West Kooteuuy.
'I'm . notice thut 1 Alice 11,llm.m,
ot Guriard, D.C, occupation Married
Woman, iuteuds to upply lor pernus-
slou lo purchuse lhc lollowing des
Cl'lbcd   lands.
Commeuciug ut u post planted ou
the North shore ol Trout Luke about
... chuius west und 20 chains north
Irom the North West Corner ol Lot
78liC, thencc ...nit 20 chaius, theuce
south 20 chains, theuce West 20
chums or less lo shore of Trout
l.uke, 20 chuius moro or lees to
point of commencement, and     cou
lain.uc   about 40 acres  more  or less.
Dated ISth day of May  PJ12.
ALICE   IIII.I.MAN,
Per Lance  llillmun.  Agent
TAX SALE NOTICE, CITY OF REVELSTOKE
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that I shall sell at I'ublic Auction on Saturday, the
-1 st Jay of August, mu, al the City Hall, Kevelstoke, H. C, at One o'eloek in thc afternoon,
the lands or improvements, or Real Property as described for unpaid, delinquent municipal
taxes, speeial rates, interest costs and exprnses due thereon, unless, in thc meantime, the arrears
of Municipal taxes, speeial rates, interest, costs and expenses as set forth in thc schedule hereunder he sooner patd.
Dated at Revelsloke, B. C, this 251I1 dav of July, 1012.
BRUCE A. LAWSON,
Collector for the Corporation of the City of Revelstoke.
"schedule
NAMK ni' 0WNUR
I.ol"
Hratllev, l{, A.   ..
Hrililley,  Mrs. Mac
Cnlev, John 	
Cnlev, Mrs. John . .
t Ulii, Robert	
Cohicurcio Francisco..
CoukIiHu, Mrs. II. V...
lliielll, Joseph 	
D'Arclmngelo, G, & !•'.
Bison, Mrs. tt'..  .
('.owiuc, Arthur G
Henderson, Peter
Heudrlck, B. M..
Iiiiui, Sam	
Johnson, George,
l.iiniiiiiii, I'i.si|unle	
Leslie, John A	
IjeveBque, Hugeue li....
l.oii/o, Mrs. M. C	
I,umi. t'.ns	
Lund, Mis. I'ms	
Mitchell, thus. W,
Moiiis, II. C	
!>
SjZ.
5URNEY-0XF0RD,
Better Dinners
11» dinner ready, Mary?"
"Yes, Madam—it is ready, and, 1 think, a great
•uccess."
"Your cooking is improving."
"Well perhaps it is, and I hope »o, but really Mrs.
Houiewife, I think our new Gurney-Oxford it partly
responsible for the success I have had lately. I was
never able to cook roasts and fowl so well on our old
Stove, and as for bread and biscuits, I used to tremble
when I went to take them from the oven—they were
to often soggy and heavy.    Now  they are always
light and beautifully brown, and, if I do say it myself,
something to be proud of"
"That's true Mary, my husband has said almost the
same thing. I'm awfully glad you approve of my
choice of a Gurney-Oxford He approves because
of Ihe saving in coal since we got it, also because of
the better meals he is gi !'ing."
" Indeed he's right Madam - and it requires so little
attention."
"That's fine. Will you serve dinner in a few
minutes please."
Revelstoke /hardware Co.
REVELSTOKE, B.C.
nn
Mcl'rue, Alex,
Nelson,  John.
Pngtlill,  Thos  	
IVi.in, Jules	
Revelstoke Really (Jo,
Roussell, Thos	
Siinone, Rosaire de	
Smith, Robert	
St.nev, Mrs. K	
Stonex, II. B	
2   3   -I   5
11
lh    17
III
1 to 7
16
I   2
7   8
1
6
S   9
1    I
8 tt". J 9
6
14
9
■1
1
1(1
10
90
91
4
.1
t   5
Villa
Lot 4
3   4
/
«   9
6
14
14
19
8
J
5
HLUt'K
H">
as
49
9
1
5
1
s
nil
39
,11
111?
M
A.I.I.  It
56
5
IS
101
6
9
30
.19
35
Add, "
46
39
40
S
55
10
s
llll
4
•II
7
$ 22 47
173 19
39 85
51 31
387 23
7 07
47 il
10 74
15 38
17 03
13 45
23 M
34 57
2') 65
.'I 21
7 07
7 07
14 35
10 .Sl
>>9 1.4
41 47
16 80
44   Md
21 24
Ati 14
101(82
47 so
79 03
J 1.09
7 07
34 lb
32.07
22 95
0
U
a a
Ul   rl
3 uo
9 70
$ 3 75
1 Jn
19 lii
2 30
4 30
2 45
2 65
2 85
1 do
3 0.1
3 .so
3 30
2 90
2 30
2 30
I bit
1 45
5 00
3 Ml
2 75
4 00
2 UO
4 OH
6 SO
4 10
9 40
2 90.
2 30
.1 M_
L'ia.',0-
.3 00
u
c
h
$ 25 47
IS.' S9
43 60
55 56
40(, 4S
9 37
52 02
13 19
is 03
20 48
16 05
26 89
38 07
.12 95
tb
24 12
0 37
9 37
16 95
12 96
71 04
45 27
III 55
4S H6
24 14
50 14
I OS il
51 96
S8 43
23 99
9 37
37 76
35 47
25 95
Colarco, Joe	
Parwell, A S. Bstate
Menotte. Pasquale  .
I..un.in... h.ilialore   .
SCHOOL TAXES
Pari oLS. K. iJSection 27
^, ,    Township 23 om
■a-"...';—
Villa Lot 41, Sec. 34,|Tp.
li, 103, 79 ucres, Part ol
Sec. 27, Tp. 2i    21) acres
11
X
S 40
59 45
9 78
2 90
2J35
lii
2 15
10 75
.1.64 10
: 12 u
5 05
lii/J^i
mt>sm
■ .I.,.;   fenders    addressed    to    iim
 I,   mnl  endorsed     "Toudei
;,,i   the Construction ol a Breakwater
in   \ ictoria Harbour, B.C."  will     l>«
,t  1 ins oil" m until 4.no p.m.,
on   1'hursduy,  September 5,  1912,    Ior
1 ruction oi a Breakwater   ut
Hal    .111    \ Ictoi in, B.C.
et .if ni...ns .nui  lm in     ol
.■in .nnl  lorms     ot
,    this     Department
ul     Vi. Henderson,
■    lilted ,     Hn i"i in, li. C;
Kiaq.,  District  blnjln
minster,  U.O.;     .1.   U,
1     . .iimmi ,   Toi on
Mnli.111.1,   i'.H.|..       His
,- a..       Montreal, Hue.;     A,
D     'l't     Km-, lll-MI .    1 Jn.'
ipplil   il ...11   lo      Il.e
un ouvei,  )'■ i
notified  ilm.
.    ... 1 onsidi red    unless
in. supplied,
,. I   Mil      ,,;n.1
. ipal "iih   and
lend     In the 1
signature, tht nal im-
,ii 1  iiim•• ui  real
I lie  In in   liiilMt
must be n< 1 ompanJed
.. oi». 01. 11 duo lered
lu 01 del ol the Hon
.I.iiiiiI.I   .,1   I'UbfiO   Wolks
equal ... p nt   'i" p.c 1 ol tbe
ul 1 i,e tendei.  *im h srUI    be
1., n teaderlns.    de
, i.l, 1    into   H '".ill Bl I      'Alien
.   ,11   to   llll no,   ol    fiul    I	
be ao.k ' ..'iiacted lot    it tttt
tit 1...1 .n cepted the . i.e.||.i Aiii
..   returned,
1...  Department ilo-n not Mnd iiselt
... .i..,[.. ih,. I. .... ii 01 nny tendi 1
Ily   o.il.'..
1:   .     nii .Kin HHRH,
■ ■■' 1 ..tiny,
. ..ni ,.[ public Works,
Ottawa,  August Mii,  191(1.
■  papers will not be paid Ioi tins
11 enicut   it  Ihey   insert   it   without authority Irom the Depottmeat.
NUTIl'K TO CltKDlTOItS
In the  mutter ol  tlie  Kstate  ol  William Herbert Jollifle,   deceased:
Notice    is    hereby      given  that  all
creditors  and      oil.ers   ii.umi;   claims
against  tbe   KBlate  ot   Willium  Herbert  Jollille,  late ot Hevelstoke,  B.O.
I deceased,  wUo died at lievelstoke ou
j or aliout  lbe  bill  day  ot  Juue,  1012,
! are  required      lo  send   to  the  undersigned   .Solicitors   lor  Charles   Jolnllc
■ Administrator  ot  the    ICstaiu ol said
I deceased,      within  1,11  days l.om date
lull particulars ot their claims, duly
iciilicil, and  tbat alter  tbui dale tbc
i>aid   Adiuiiiislrator   will  proceed      lo
distribute  the said      Instate  amongst
those     c.iiitlthl    thereto regard being
had  only   to   iboi.e   claims  ol      ulnch
said   Adiuniislialo.   shull   huve    theu
icceivcd  notice.
Hilled  July  bth,   1JI2.
Harvey,   iMcl'iutcl   and  l'liikhaiu,
Hollcltori  (or   Charles    Jollifle,    A.l
in,1..  .iut,,.  oi   ibe  Kstate    ol    the
haul deceased, uudys.
NOTIOB.
I''.it a License to lake aud use Water
Notice la hereby given that the
Oanadian Pacillc Railway .'oinpaayol
Vancouvei and Moutreat, mil apply
Ioi u license to lake aud use one cul,
11 iuui oi watei mit oi Canyon Oreek
vi imh iiows in a northerly direction
1...uugh ioi 360, .md empties into
i.ai.io    Uiver    mai   .ic.u.it.     The
v^a.ie. *.ll Li* diverted ahout IbWO teet
Upstream 11 oiu the water lank at
1 onl ind und will I.r used lo. general
railway  pu.poses on  the O.P,It, Co.
' Ighl ol way.
I In        11,.In e      was      posted ou  tbe
ground  on   the   12th  day ol  July, 1112
Application will be bled mi the
"Hit ,.: tin Wiiii-i Kei.oiilei at Ilev
elstoke.    Objections  muy   In-  tiled witb
tbe -.'I Water Recordei ot wrtb the
1 "ini'ii ollci   iit  Water  Mights,  l'ailiu
incut  Buildings,   Victoria,   B.C.
'   niiidian  P»ClnC  Hallway  Co,
Applicant.
Kd.  Ireland, Agent,
IStlson, B. 0.
NOTICE.
Uevelstoke  Laud  rilsti"Sat.
District  of  West Kooteuay.
Take uotice lhat l'.ar.ical Adolf
Mayer, ot .Miueapoliu, Mmncaita, occupation Cl»rk, iuteuds to npply (or
permission to purchuse the fol.oifiug
described lauds:
Commeuciug at a post planted at
the North-west Coruer ol Lot S14B
theuce north 40 chaius, tbeLce west
40 chaius, thence south (1 chbins,
theuce oust 40 chains to point ot
commencement uud containiug 160
acres mure or less.
Dated  June  loth,  1912.
KAUNhiaT  ADOLF  MAVBR.
NOTIOB.
PUBLIC NOTlCla is hereby given
that the Canadian Pacilic Hallway
compauy did deposit lu the Land
Registry Ollice iu the City ol Kamloops ou the hth day ol November,
mil, under No. 191 Plun, Profile, aud
Book ol lie!...1 rnt ot proposed spur
to be Constructed by tbe said Compauy Irom its main line at Mile
Board 43.8 near tbe lown al tiica-
.«"" , theuce ruuuiug Northerly end
North westerly across tbe South-east
Northeast and North-west quarters,
.Sect ion 1, Township 'll, Hangs »,
West of the tlth Initial Meridian,
thence Westerly ucioss lots 1030 and
WS, Croup l, Kamloops Division Ol
Yule District uear Sicamous iu tm.
Province ol British Columbia, to the
premises of the Columbia Hiver Lum-
hei Company, uud that thirty days
alter tins notice or as soon thereafter un ths upplicalion can be heard
the Canadian Pacilic Uailway Company iuteuds to apply to the Board
ol Uailway Cemmissioneis lor Canada Ior authority to construct ths
aforesaid spur.
Bated the 12th day ot June, 1912.
E.  W. BATKMAN,
Local Right ol Way
and  Lease  Agent,
Canadian   Pacific   Railway Company,
Vsncouvsr, 0, Ci .
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OUR SHOE MOTTO
Classy Shoes in newest designs
;il ;i minimum cost for maximum wear,
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ARTMENT
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For Friday and Saturday
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FANCY COLORED
Cl •   vJ1   L11
n< > in 1N<
hedral
e New Fi
Colored
.ines. Now $£.00.
Womens' Alice Lingerie and Fancy Muslin
>s a/w/ Linen Shirtwaists Go on Sale at
p.90 Each
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HOSE AT 20c. PER PAIR
dozen of Host go on sale. This is a good
buy; any size from 54 to 10; good for Imys and
girls; black or tan, Btrong, heavy ribbed cotton,
fast dye.   Buy live pairs E ir $1.00 or per pair	
20 Cents
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11
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tie  If1
sgs - Boots end S
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>oot Bargains
r absolutely Honest Bargain that will make any man sit up.
I lines in our  Men's Boot Stock must go.   Commencing
ning  and   lasting for   one   week, we will   have all our
n the Bargain Table at a price.   These shoes are all the
.   i. Bell,   The  Regal Shoe Co.   and other standard
and well known makes.   There is not a shop-worn or out of date
n the bunch.   Let us show you these lines—it will repay YOU
i pair sold regularly under $5.00 and many were $5.50 and $6
Siioes.   For One Week the Price will be
3.60 Fer Fair
No Bargains Sent  Out  on   Approval   or  Will They Be Exchanged
Bargains m Children's Wear
■ ■ for  iin i
Bli ■ ii ;
• re :ili
rers and
Tl ■;•
al  the
5 each.
ing in you
when ible al the
one price
65c. EACH
m's  mams in
Children s Straw and Linen Hah
All our Hats for Children in Straw
and Linen at.a price that you cannot afford to miss. Linens, Canvas. Tuscans. Boaters, and Rush.
They are all here in all sizes. Do
not pass them up now. for they
mean a saving to you.
PRICE :
75c. EACH
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ARTMENT
JAPANESE VERANDAH SHADES
[n 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
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■M   -.   ■HHaMHaH MaflaaH
-j*.'-j-:' r- -i ■, .- \ nill. w   \i oust i.'iii, r.n-
TTTTG J^A.TT.-TT^l^iJL.TjTJ0  REVELSTOKI]
SATUHIIAV,  AUGUST 1 Tt ll.  1013
New Goods By Express
TACKLE
NEW GOODS-Our Foil Goods Now Coming to
hand, which we are opening and putting into
slock every day. These Goods come direct from
the Manufacturers.
REID & YOUNC
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nn.I Mi-h. SliiifiT, the well known writ
er .'.inl geologist, as well as the Hon.
Tims. Tnylor and R.F, Grow, M. l\,
bave Blgnllleil thoir Intuition to lio
iii'i'Hciit i.t Him colouration on August
-1st.. I
in the Mo ilm. lisl  church   tomorrow drug Btoro,   Popular prices,  children  r,,f^ , llltl/>
the Pastor 11..1. Mclntyro, will proaoh 2Bc, genoral ailmlssion J5c, rosorvedj* INlj
morning ami evening.   Stihjocts, Hln- boiUb BOc,
drancea and     Lessuns frnin a Voting     Tho official program is ns follows:
Mnn's Life.   In the evening Mr. Thus PART ONE,
Pagtlln    will Blag a solo.   The aubllc 1—Chorus, "Heroos and Gentlemen..'
are rordlally Invited. -   Recitation, "Selected."
I    Mr, v. Hus 1      k.w. Peters and :l   BWogw, "Taking lho Oensus."
Mr.  Hutchinson, all ol    tho O.P.R.,   '   v'"'"' ,""'U' "Tl"' ivera*B "">'"
,V-Dialogue,     "Pate  and  the   Post
master."
1;   Scotch Song,   "Tho   l.usi 0'   tho
Snmllos,"
7—1000 foot Mul imi Pictures.
PART TWO
I—March,    Song   and    Oliorus, "Mr.
Volunteer."
CITY  COUNCIL HOLDS l»   Reading, "Sttpposln."
RtGULAH   MEETING/   Voc' "•     "Tliuy dottn Cjiilt
Kii'liin My 11.1 wk Around."
1   Dialogue,"An   Arnly ol A|ipllcnnl "
li   Sun.., "Selected..'
0—Chorus,    "lis    Grenl    to    Mod  n
a team,  and someone  will  have     to       Prlond."
' i-n ninl prlei  7   10 io root  Motion Pictures.
Ud,  Abrahamson   We musl   llx    up, ('"'l   Bave tho    King,
lho imll mnl gel sume surl ol 11 team
Aid. Mi'Kiini.,11   \\c should commls
siihi some  liuslnoss lu.ruoim.n  to huy
;i team. v  weather Is all  that Is now no
Aid. McSorley   To cl so n toam Is  cossary  to make the Union s.s. ,n.
11 i.n- Job.   vv,. should  get   prices    ni   „„.  UI.S|   Tiiostlay  a big  success.   Al
Kamloops,  Vancouvei  and locally,       i„.,t     Canyon  ts au Ideal  placo     to
(Concluded from Page Onel
SPORTING
GOODS
Picnic At Albert Canyon
BORN
. 1 . , ...
- B.C., 0    tho  llih
Inst    to Mr. and Mrs   G.R
,.;  K01 ii  S  ling   B.C., .•, son.
THE CITY IN BRIEF
: has returned [ro it   1
t:.;, to Bdmonton.
i'i...,. 1 ag   arpeis and  furniture al
 i.'s Sale.
Aero] lun.   ■ ac..-  Irom  Pal is  to  Pe-
(tin, • ipon .ml  will
May, i'i,;.
i  ■ ,m ,  hut   order
.  ol    lump    nnd nui    coal
.-.  .. er's.
Mr.   . .1-'.   Lindmark,  general  »upei
..;   the  iu.inin.1.11  Sawmills
.;   ..:  inspection south
He   .   . ....  iig     the
....   1        Vlbert
Pari    111   dollar
li...:,-
egg   and    stove.    Rev. U. ncrul
A g       - Ied
Ml    P.  VV. St
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, 1.   . 1 '•.   t     in
Mr. . ti. La ng.
night.    Soc
tbe great
•   :. ;    tures,
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11    mosl
K. M. Gi the 1
I  1 '    the'
: t ot next
land
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Prkser /ino Sras< »;
Por Preserving P'ruils we bauille only ihe best. Ifyou wish to procure such I'rulli as cannot be beilen either tn quality nr price, we
would ndvise you* lo place youi orderwith us, We will gnurnulee delivery nt .ill iinlris tuken.
FRUIT .JARS AND RURIIRRH
Tlii • seal on we arc handling the celebral. il Mason Fruit Jus in Pints,
...iui ■:. and hull gallons. These J:u- require 110 coiiiin. nt. Thej are
J.,11 excellence.
A.  HOBSON,
MacKenzie Avenue
Revelstoke Inside Property
Kt-.il H-i.itr ii selling rapidly.    Whv nut Ket in before all the mosl ilesir-
able residential lots are taken up
Last week we nwuie several ^ootl soles to loc il buyers antl ii will only be a
shorl time before these lots are all < loseil out.
■.'all ;ti our office anil ^ei lull particulars.   All oui  propert) can be sold
on eas) tei ms.
Kootenay Agencies, Limited
Nnw is your chance 10 huy carpets     Read  Howson's letter to hi
cheap nt   Howson's tomers In tins Issue.
Your children  will   ho at   th.   Sun        M'-.    l{-   ■'•    Mclutyre    and
day school  picnic on Tu.-sdny,  you'll ,lllVe ■'•""' '" I'eachlaml on   .visit.
I.e sorrj  .1 you're not. Harold   Mulholland   nnd   llerl   Lu«
,, ,        i.ni'i'  have  rcturnod  from siiending 0
Miss i'nyne I ■ |nij 11 ■   ■ »>.
  us   up  S1.y11111.il   Aim.
turla,  being u guest     nt   the    Prince
hotel, ■'   '     '''
ted     a
il,      i.    ..1.  t'orlej   has arrive,
ty from 11 tuj |
t  the i'riiu
■ :• ,1   I'n ' .. u       [ei:. d   ta   Inspector
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V.  Vi,   Laiug  rcl
from tli
uu  Sumlnj
points,
Mayor  Buthorlund    rhe  Oity   Olerk
will   gol   prices   through  correspond
...il.e 1111 receipt of same wo will pro
. ium n team, and    the fire    Brigade
shntilil jilsn ho advised accordingly,
Mr, iti'wi'nsili. Mr, Bawyer is asking fm' a sower to his proporty, eiul
this property Is Included In tho Bowor
siJiMilllle;   it  Will  COBt  $'>7.ri   to UU1ll.ill.li'
tins Bewer, hut the work should he
done.
Alderman MeKinnon 'l'lun Bewcrlng
must I,i' done.
AW, Bourne Thero is the court
house Bower to ho put In, another
(SOO. Thero is sniiie extraordinary
Unun.-ing here. The governmenl have
imi,1 im ihis sewor yet wo are the
i, in short  uow,  where is tho monoy,
Oity clerk Lawson -The money paid
lin* gone nun tho general revenue.
Mr. Newcastle -There Is also .. set
ol Bewer cleaning tools tu huy al a
cosl  ..i WOO.
Aid.  MiKiniiiui—1   move  ilus sewer
lm  put   ...   .nr  Mr,   Saw)   1.
Aid.   McSorley'  There is something
about   tlm1 sewer;  ii we nre COUt In ial
ly extending the sewer why cannot We
charge ilus up to extensions.
Mayor Sutherland   The     icwor tax
under the new     asBOSStncnt     will hu
..il?.   This arranging  (or  the  short
ago of $10,!   nn,I   Iho  recurring milium deficit.
Aid.  Howson    I  think this other $10
iwo should  be added to tbe new Bewer assessment.   1 sei..ml the    motion
111 give s.iu > or ;. Bewer,
Moi Ion put and 1 arried.
Mr.  Ilewcastle   There is a .natter of
cub-   ii,,, 1 .rn. icwer,  which a past  coun
1 1   imi e.i !., keep in repair an I 1 rd.1
Thut  sewer Is blocking up and Bome
lorn    or 1 would 11 k.-
tn knnw   K  1 am supposed to attend
ti. this.   Tin' coun bouse Bewer    will
at  .,:   ,...ce.
Mgyor     s.ni.,1 land   The agreement
;  with the Cl'.It. mnl
meantime  the  Bewer  should  he     al -
Mi    RewcaBtle.
:   lights on    Bec-
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h   tbe   pustoi   Rev,   E  ;
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Muyoi ;   We appear to bo
■    ,   tied up ow
mone)  and
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s|n'ii.l n day, and with the added ul
11nil 11 ni ni n picnic, it should draw
n large crowd, The railway company
aro placing p spoclal train al tho
disposal of the plc-nlcnors, and ample
aeeommodat'ion is assured, The train
will leave tho O.P.R. Btatlon at D
a.m. and returning loavo Albert Can
yon ni 5:30. Thoro will be n bnggago
car attached in carry nil provisions,
and dishes, The sports committee
have prepared a splendid program of
races, and good prises are ottered in
nil events. The croB country run
will he 11: spiMi.il Interest, While lho
picnic is iuu under tho auspices of
tho three Sunday Bchools, it. is    not
■ Iiiii'd   In   Hies ily,   Imt.   a'l       will
be welcome to Join iu the exc irsif.n,
I int  and cold  water will bo supi ..-,l
but provisions must  be tuken along.
Tho faro for tho round trip is only
one dollar for n.iuits. Tickets may
bo purchased trom the teachers of the
Sunday schools or at the Btatlon .11
Tuesday morning.   The s.s. seiioim-s!
will reeeive their tickets at their nwn !
sell.mis.
i'ii-;.n conl iit Coursier's.
Howson'8 sale still continues to he
II Biiceesa,
Meel your friends nt Albert Canyon
on Tuesday—you'll enjoy the day,
Howson's Bole brings customers
from outside places Prices bring the
trade.
Don'l forget the Sunday school picnic to Alberta Canyon next Tuesday
WANTED   Gentleman   wants  furnish'
ed 1 n in private house, with   or
without board. A.I,his reply with
particulars to Box "A" cue ol tbe
Mall-Herald.
GUNS
AMMUNITION
We have just unpacked a complete line of Sporting
Goods of all kinds. Mr. Fisherman, don't forget tn
inspect our stork of Fishing Tackle. When you see it
you will say. "BEST IN TOWN."
Revelstoke Hardware Co., Ltd.
Dealers in all kinds of the Hest Hardware
Agents for Gurney Chancellor Ranges and Minerva Paints
EMPRESS THEATRE
TO-NIGHT
Saturday. August 17,1912
The Mack=Swain Theatre Company
Presents
"BROWN'S IN  TOWN"
By Special Request
REFINED Vaudeville SPECIALTIES
Popular Prices, 25c.-35c.-50c.
lacrosse Boys' Concert
Bews' Dure; Store
C00O VAIUM AT SMALL PRICES     OUR WINDOWS IOR   A
LIMITED T.ME  ARE   TILLED WITH CASH  BARCAIHS
A 26c. Tooth Bi       and 25c
Tooth Paste for 35c.
A Silk Kan given free with
a 25c. Sale of Arbutus
Talcum
With   a 60c.   Tooth   Brush
Sale we frive you a 20c,
cake of Rexall Soap
Hair Brushes- 25c. ni><'..  M
Boss Hand Cleaner
~ for 25c.
A basket of Assorted Purses
25c,   each.   Cost   us
over 50c.  each.
iron  Blood and Nerve  Hills
2 boxes for 2.">e.
MANY OTHER C0O0 VALUJ8 WHICH DESERVE TOUR ATTEHTIOH
bews THE REXALL STORE bews
Smart Clothing for Summer Months
IMKI,,   AND    l
md   h i
WE SPI i I \ I.I/I    ,",   '■' tripe I,
I up.
Late Spring Suits and ' l
Drop in when passing an ir  large
and patterns to suit tl ■
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
KENSINGTON
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. G. FOLEY. Manager, MacKenzie Avenue

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