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The i;!ail-Herald
.Visiting Cards
interior Puolishing Company
Vol. 17—No. 38
REVELSTOKE. B. C. MAY 20, 1911
$2.50 Per Year
Hardware Co. Ltd
Plumbing and Tinsmithing
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head 01*1 co -Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Authorized      - $10,000,000.00
Capital Subscribed            - 5;575,000.00
Capital Paid Up             -      - 5 330,000.00
Reserve        ...       - 5,hbu,j 00.00
Branches or Agents at all principal points in'.Cana-da.
Agents in Great Britain and United States—London, England,
Lloyds Bank, Limited. Chicago-First National Bank, Corn Exchange National Bank. Seattle-Seattle National Bank, ban Francisco-Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank. Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of Sl and upward, received, and interest allowed at
current rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
Have you ordered your favorite cutting from the
Stock Show and purchased for our Revelstoke trade.
p. gums & Company. £td.
Vour requirements for hot weather garments are
here. A large and well assorted stock to choose
from. A dainty line of Ladies' Underskirts at
reasonable Prices.
Mrs. A. G, Crick, * First Street
Picnic Edibles
A few Special Prices on Dainty Picnic Food
Dainty Picnic ilatnti, small,'new in, per Ib - 19c
Graham Wafers, 2 lb. tin        •        ■ • -    35c
Beech Nut Butter, per iflusa • - - 15c
Jacob's Old Country Fruit Cake, per lb.      -   40c and 50c
John  McIntyre ** Son
Newman Wants His Pay and Globe
Lnmber Co. wants Security
Cheque Released
When the city council met last
night they found themselves face to
face with two mure threatened law
suits—one for the recovery of tbe
$11),mil) cheque deposited with the
city Iiy Win. Newmun & Oo., for tlue
performance ol the dam contract and
tme for $17,000 which Mr, Newman's
lawyers claim is due to him.
The demand tor the immediate delivery of the 110,000 cheque was
made on behalf ol the Ulobe Lumber
Oo., whose account against Wm. Newman & Oo. Is said to rim consider -
able over thnt amount. The Claim
for $17,000 the council think is not
correct, as they admit of owing Ml.
Newman only a little over $2,000.
Both these letters were laid aside I
without discussion and  ordered  tiled, j
A matter which caused considerable
discussion was that of laying a new
water main from McKenzie avenue to
King streetl It is claimed that the
present main is insufficient for lire
protection to lower town, and the
matter having been under discussion
at several previous meetings, it was
decided to clean it off the slate one
way or another. The main will cost
according to tigures submitted about
$3,000, and the council expressed itself as unanimously in favor ol doing the work ol improvement providing the money could be squeezed
from |»ome place to do it. M ayor
Hamilton was of the opinion tbat
it could be taken from the recent bylaw providing $50,000 for finishing
the dam and putting in the new
liume, but Aid. MeKinnon stoutly
maintained tbat it would be most
unbusinesslike to touch thia money
for that purpose until the objects
for which the bylaw was crcaled were
complied with. "This money is not
provided in thc bylaw for that purpose." he said,, "and wc can't use it
for anything not spei-itied in the bylaw. If we come out all right with
Newman," he said, "we will have
plenty of money, if not then I want
to know just where we are getting
off al." Aid. Sibbald expressed him
self as being thoroughly in favor of
going ahead with the work. He intimated that thc best way to get thc
matter wiped off was to go ahead
with the work and figure out the
financing later. To this Aid. MeKinnon retorted, "Well if mil's thc
way you feel about it then go righl
to it."
A motion and an amendment u
the point followed on which yeas aid
nays were taken.
The amendment at follows KB lost
—Lawrence, MeKinnon, that the
matter be laid over for oue vtnth
until we find out whether wc have
sufficient money tor the work. Yeas,
Lawrence and MeKinnon; nays, Sibbald,  Abrahamson  ami  Barber.
The motion that the main be proceeded with at onoe was put by Aid.
Sibbald and Barber, and carried as
follows:— Yeas, Sibbald, Barber
and Abrahamson; nays, MeKinnon
and Lawrence.
Aid. MeKinnon rising to his feet—
"Gentlemen, now that the motion is
past I, I want to tell you something
I think it i3 i diculous to spend this
money when the new flume is held in
abeyance, and I as a member of the
Fire, Watei and Light committee
want to apologize that this maeter
has not been pushed ahead more
rapidly than it hus. This matter is
on,' of tm greater importance to thc
ci   - than any new water main."
Considerable dissatisfaction was
expressed by Mayor Hamilton uud
Aid. MeKinnon at the arbitrary actions ol tli Cowan in going uheutl
ami doing tilings without ever consulting his committee. "I want to
km n whether there iB a tire, water
antl light committee or not,-' suid
Aid. MeKinnon. "We hnve not hud
a meeting this year."
Mayor Hamilton could not understand why thc chairman ol the fire,
water und light committee lad gene
at it und cm off the water from the ,
C.P R. hydrant leaving them without lire protection without even consulting un alderman or any ol the
fire, water and light committee. This
he considered, an unwarranted arbl -
trary act OH tbi part of Aid, Cowan,
and a motion ral passed Initruoting
the city clerk to notify the superintend, nt of the water works to turn1
on the water to the C.P.R, hydrant
at once provided the mains ate rot
broken anil also to ask him to bring '
In a iminiate as to the cost ol extending the water main beyond to
the hollow. The flrc, water nml
light commlttM Was also instructed
to ask permission from thc C. P. R.
to run the main through their property. ,
Aid. Cowan* tccoomondatloDs were
considered, hut Aid. MeKinnon wanted thc council to distinctly understand that these recommendations
were by no means those of the fire,
water and light committee.
Several ratepayers on Sixth street
asked the council to order the removal of a shack in that vicinity,
whieh it was claimed were a menace
to their property.
Lawrence and Sibbald—That Mrs.
Stacey be notified to have thc shack
on her property removed at once.
A llusb tank near the hospital was
complained of as a nuisance on account of thc noise it made aad a
motion wus passetl referring the
matter to the public works commit -
tec with power to act,
The Kootenay Stcain Laundry up-
plied for increased water accommodations and thc matter was referred to
the lire, water and light committee.
Tae Ladies' Auxiliary to the Y.M.
CA. was grunted permission to run
a refreshment booth at the recreation
grounds on June 3rd.
Mr. Sinclair's account of at.out
$4,000 was presented, $2,fi00 ot which
was ordered paid and the public
works committee Will enquire into
the balance to see it it is correct.
Lawrence-McKinnon—that the matter of n cement walk trom McKenzie
Ave. to Connaught Ave. he referred
to public works committee.—Curried.
The hydrant will he put in ut the
Bowman Lumber Co.'s request, and
one nt the Dominion Sawmills Co.'s
ollice as soon ub the (our inch pipe
is on hand.
Thc matter of water to the cemetery wns referred back to the fire,
water and light committee.
A sidewalk on Sixth street to
Strathconn school and the grading ot
Seventh street will be proceeded with
at once.
The question of a permanent main
and permanent road work on First
street was referred to the public
works committee.
I    Robt.   Smith'B     account  lor  $52.50
was ordered paid,  while another account was laid over till the   council'
is furnished with full details,  maps, ■
Thc city clerk  was ordered to pio*
Says City Looks Good to Him—
Will Back Business Projects
of Chas. A. Barnum
"I am very agreeably surprised,"
was the significant remark mude by
Senator Stone ot Minnesota on his
visit 'to this city on Thursiluy of
this week. "I cume here expecting
to sec what appeared to me from
the train window just a narrow valley, but I find you bave all sorts ot
room to expand and grow, and I
should not be surprised to see in the
next decade a city here ot 25,000 or
30,000 people."
Mr. Stone, who is a typical Yankee
has made piles alld piles of money in
one way and another, but he is still
anxious to make more in legitimate
business, and he "just dropped off
here," ns he remarked to Mr. Chas.
A.Barnum to see to what purpose Mr.
Uuriium was investing the hunch ot
money he had sent up to this country for investment. The Senator
came, he saw and wus conquered nnd
before he left he expressed his willing
ness to allow Mr. Burnum to draw
on him for any old sum he wants to
around in the live or six tigures lor
the purpose of pushing the enterprises he has in view in this country.
"Tne only thing I insist on your doing," said the Senutor, "is to reserve two or three of your prettiest
lots along the river hunk for mc, us
I must hnve ihem. That is one ot
the prettiest locations 1 have ever
bad the pleasure of gazing upon, nnd
I enn tell you I huve been around
n whole lot."
The Senator was met nt the stut-
ion by Mr. Barnum, Mr. Geo. S. Mc-
Cnrter nnd the Mnil-Herald mun, nnd
;P3''just to show him that he was not
burying his money in a sand pile or
a rock heap, Mr. MeCarter took the
cure price.- on cement pipe F. O.    B. ' bullch around tor a spin in bis (luto.
Revelstoke and if they cannot bc pro- ' mobile. The Senator was all cn-
cured for Icbs than 36 cents it was thusinsm. The roads, he said were
derided thc  iron  pipe be substituted.   lillCi   ,he city  iB  not aI1  buni,hc,i
in a heap, and there is all sorts
Council adjourned nt 11 p.m.
and there is all sorts    ol
room outside to spread out.     But it
was  thc Columbia river  that  tickled
his fancy most.     Just now it is   at
medium height,  and     when crossing
the     traffic  bridge just one sentence
expressed his  enthusiasm and  it  was
this  "My,  what a lot of power      is
going to  waste  there."      And    when
Mr.   Barnum  outlined   his  plan       to
dam  the river he eould  not      under-
stund  why somebody else  bud      not
done  it before him.     "This in connection     with  thc almost     limitless
timbor areas," he said,  "was a wonderful source of wealth to the   community."
Mr. Stone is a man whom anybody
ternoon     when  they met to consider   can talk to and mnke ■friends      with
the question of augmenting the city, despite the fact lhat he bearB      the
police  force.      The  matter  came    up' formidable  prefix  ol   "Senator"     bein  genernl  conversation  and  it    wus   fore his name.     This     characteristic
decided  that an  extra effort    should  encouraged thc reporter to enquire of
** to who he is and  what      ho
Poliee Commissioners Decide That
Extra Effort Shall Be Made
to Enforce Law
Whether this city should he nn
open town or not was one of the
questions which conlronted the police commissioners on Wednesday al- j
lie made to enforce the Sunday closing law. It wus hinted that hotel
hurB remain open on Sundays, and
the commissioners were of the opinion that this should be put a stop
to. Accordingly a motion was pas-
,2tl tbat strong measures be used
by the authorities to enforce tho
closing ot hotel burs on  Sunday.
The commissioners also decided
that tn view ot the Increased difficulties ot policing thc city as set forth
hy Chief Parry in a letter to tho
commissioners, that an extra man
should be appointed temporarily to
the police force.
Wm. Kennedy is the man selected,
and according to Chief Parry when
interviewed, there will be two men
- himself and another man—on duty
during daylight hours, while ut night
three men will he commissioned. One
mun will be Btutioned In lower town,
one man will patrol the main business area and one man thc intervening urea between lower town and
tiie business blocks.
Amateurs Will Entertain
On Wednesday evening next, May
2,th, the Revelstoke Amateur Dram-
I'Yom the synopsis presented on the
Cun Club will put on the play "The
New Boy" at the Bdison theatre.
From thc snopflis presented on the
dodgers issued it would appear that
the piny Is one ol those roaring comedies In which amateurs shine at
their best.
The Bdison theatre should he packed on Wednesday night to hear and
see the play.
The cast in afl follows:
Archibald    Rennlck  ...  W.J.  Brown
Dr. Candy, LL.I) D.M. Ran
Kclix Roach  W.A. Sturdy I
him ns
had been, and here is the story      he
Mr. ('nl. K. Stone wns born in
Madison, Wis., and immediately alter
finishing high school emhui'kcd in the
railway business, and as combination telegraph operator and station
agent at various points in Wisconsin
on thc line of thc Chicago, Milwaukee
& St. Puul railway, nnd in Iowa on
the Burlington system. In 1878 he
received tho appointment ns ticket
agent of the former roud in La Crosse
Wis. His genius ns a passenger ollicial was quickly recognized and promotions came rapidly. He wns moved to Miiineupolis as ticket agout
ut the "old Milwaukee" depot ln 1881
Two years later, when the Northern
Pacific ruilwuy wus completed to the
Pacific coast, he was appointed city
passenger and ticket agent of that
company in St. Paul. In 1897 Mr.
Stone accepted the position ot genernl pusscuger ugent of the St. Puul
& Uuluth railway. When the St.
Paul & liiiluili ruilwuy was absorbed
by the Northern Pacific ruilwuy Mr.
Stone again joined the passenger
forces ol the N.P. railway as assist -
ant general passenger ngent.
A tempting linger beckoned ncroes
thc wny from the Itreat Northern's
executive office-* one dny, und Mr,
Stone pucked up und went with
Jnmes J. Mill ns assistant. general
passenger agent of the Oreat Northern railwny. Later on be wns promoted to the post of genernl passenger agent and finally resigned to go
into lhe timlHT lnnd business. A
keen conception ol whnt the future
held In store coupled with fortunate
investments made him a "contented
Is It strange that n man with such
Garden Tools
tor's Tools
Netting, Fencing, Screen Doors and
Rubber Hose, Sprinklers, etc. Carpen-
ind General Hardware.
Basoball and Lacrosse Goods,   Fishing  Tackl
the best slock ever in town.
Bourne Bros.
.Hardware, Stoves, Plumbing
Swift's Blood and Bone fertilizer
To increase your yield of Garden Produce, Fruits, Etc., Ete.
Revelstoke Meat Market Ltd.
Phone 251
ll Glass Mk.m
P. O. Box 181
Housewife's Favorite Brands
Robin Hood Flour
Jacob's Dublin Biscuits
Bell Blend Tea
Bell's No. I Java and Mocha Coffee
P. o
Box 208
Phone No. 28
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Theodora DoHriznc O.W.Oordou apparent political assets— geniality,
Uullook Major, a pupil ...J, Patterton | efficiency,     originality ami resource-
Mr. Stubbcr   W. M.  Lawrence fulness--should Ite rlioscn lo represent
Mrs. Rennlck  Mrs. D.M.Rae. lit" neighbors.    From   the  wealthiest
N'nncy Roach   Mrs. 8. Crowo district In thc state,   the   home   ot .*
nimn   Mm   Caule Fr»«er J Jamei J. Hill, Frederick   Weyerhae- ♦■si.swi was impropriated by tbe leg
user, Prank B. KeHog, the " truet
buster," Archbishop Ireland ami others, he whs elected to the legislature
In I'">**. there being no contest on
Mithcr his own ticket (Republican; or
mi any other, he thus acquired the
title  nt the  "pitinleea polltiran."
In the Capitol us elsewhere be was
a ceutral rtgure. HiB talents wi*re
recognized and his work appreciated.
Ite whs thc author ot the children's
playground! bill. An active support-
it of the teachers' pension bill, also
in favor of the 1 mill ta* (or public
mads and (or agricultural Instruction
in thc public schools. And as chairman of the immigration committee tt
wns  largely through bin efforts    tbat
latura Ior variou.-i immigration tii.'a *
urea, and that M.iO.OflO WH*approprl-
ated tor approaches to the new capl-
tol building in St. Paul.
Mr. Htone is possessed of a "Wan-
derluat," not only hns lie "done
Burope," visited every ttatc of the
Union, every provluce ot Canada,
Alaaka, Mexi'O and the West Indies,
but he has traveled extensively In
Central aud South America. Last winter be visited Honolulu, and a f«w
weeks ago while attending the convention ol lho American Association
antral Passenger ami Ticket
Agenta, of wbich association he ia an
honorary m**m'ier, which waa held in
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(Continued on Page H4        *] SATURDAY,  MAY  20TH,  1911.
ZH flDail-lbevalb
unit'   it  ililliciill
interior publtebmo Company,
Cbc riDaillbevalb
1101   '111"-:  AVK  'AVH11.1.1.VS
There is something radically wrong
with a bylaw which permits ol a doz
en or perhaps a couple of dozens, or
may i.t* .1 hundred for that matter, oi
reai estate men coming here and do
mj: busim i  ball a year on a \ >
\u   instance  of   this has
bad latelj and it is not at all
[ail to the legitimate resident dealer,
..; Ion - thei c Is n i
.•;.. . [oi tbe resident dealer,
., id thai ..- presumably the principal
, iject ol a license. The game lie -
*.*..-*• ie toi tin* protection ol game
and ; en in legl Imate amount of
spoi; [oi  thi m ul ol the province
wbercin tbe game laws exist, The
liquor license, while being looked upon largely as a source of revenue for
tbe government, is In reality a pro
tection Irom Infringement on the
licenses' rights to sell liquor within
a c .llii jurisdiction, antl so a lie
ense tu dispose of real estate Bhould
give the protection that the resideni
real estate men require, The pedlars'
* use pi otects the local merchant*),
but presumably not so tbe real es
t '.it li (use. According i" the by
law oiu' real estate man or linn can
come la here with half n hundred men
tn :t so desires and dispose ol
property m;.\ oi eighl miles Irom Sa
skatoon without the least fear ol
running counter to the law in this
respect. So loug as one ol tIn tn
takes .hi office m tbe city aud pays
hie  ;■". all  bis other satellites      are
free t  ahead and  bleed the  pub
lie for all they are worth. This is
not fair to the local men. The by
law Bhould ni* bo amended that a
limit could be made to the number
ol men working under one licenso. Ii
three or four men constituted an
office statl according to the provis
ions Oi a bylaw that sin.uld settle
the matter. It more than three or
four are required then provisions lot
a curia: s license should be made.
Tb,*3 might possibly work a little
hardship on bona li.le resident deal -
ers should trade demands require
them to keep a large number of men
but the added protection would be a
sufficient offset to any hardship such
a bylaw might entail.
Have yon any noxious weeds in
your gar.l»n oi on your vacant lot?
If j .  to a con
viction as tbe Provincial police are
determined to strieU) enforce tbe
N clout Weed Act, lection ii ot wbich
reads as follows:—
"Any owner, leasei or occupier of
lands shall cut or destroy all 'noxious weeds' growing thereon so often
in earh year as is necessary to prevent them going to seed. Any person
deglecttng to do . t same shall be
liable to a tine uot less than live
dollars nor more than twenty-live
dollars .'or each offence. The words
'noxious weeds' when used, -hall
and include perennial thistles
.its,      rag-weed.
chwl   • i.. burdock, wild   *, •
tar:,  turn ting    mustard,  shepherd's
i stink-weed."
Tl*..;  the  Liberal i        i vativi   party i- aba ilutely united In .'-    pposl
■.   ,*
rship of Mr.  H.L.  Bord a
ta-   lentonittatM   it the  recent
ittawa tendered by tbi l ■
Richard Mi ■
Iimi*?, premier ol     Bi inbiv,
aad Hon..Albert  Rogei     *■:  Mai
Tbe event.-     I that I venlng completely demolish tbi ■'
: ■                   •                  thi
yeai  or two by the
Canada,     it b is   fen th
some  tiewapapen
0   :. i recent     th Mi   U Bi Ide
Mr. Rogers aa Inti .■
R. I.   i* irdi ■      Tim
i .                  • n eln ulata
rfect  that Mr. I                '  . ■
, ud f. it om
■i   ,;    i .-.              the West
id to take I
M                                        lh     Mr.
it' .
id ael  m
lag to i. eplai ■ b rn      Mi       ti
-  ■        treated t:
with silent contempt; at laal
:,m.* ' ime (oi him to      * n
•v ,,n.i be did so In i
* * ,.*r loyal
(rom one end of tbi    I)
•he  othei.
Ii  v. ,. i taat  whii b
Mr, McBrlde wh'*n ba
• •! b in i   ■'
man. '   I Which have beei
made Concerning hia attitude I vt.uif
the   le idership  could   not   have
: i from his mind,     At tbc tarn
time ne and bla had     lust
beard 'he tribute paid him I" Mr.
Bord t OnrtoaH ■ was on tip toe
tn ascertain wbethei he would so pl
the rail  !, *li*r.      ai  ■
the Tact, thnt bi an I
a man aluut ubooi so much I ud been
enril m
come up to the popular expectation,
wiiln.nl Boeming to push himself too
much Into prominence, Hut Mr. McBrlde met the test lu a splendid manner. His speech was a masterpiece
of inct and eloquence He proclaimed himself ready at any time to take
any position that might be assigned
to liiin hy bis leader on the battle-
Held. Everyone realized that tins
would mean for the time a great
BacrlQoe, but at tho Bame time every
one realized Unit in Mr. McBrlde Mr,
Borden would Bud a powerful lieutan
ant nnd one well worthy some day to
become a Minister of State.
Members from this City attend
Annual Meet at Kamloops
The (Irand Lodge of Knights of
l'liythias hi'ld their annual session al
Kamloops last week al whieh quite a
large number of local members wer I
The meeting was called I" older on
Wednesday morning at 10 a.m., by
(Irand Chancellor Thompson. After
the opening ceremonies Mayor llob-
ertson appeared and gave the visitors
a hearty welcome to the eity, and
also presented the (Irand Chancellor
With a large key painted in the ml
ms of the order, whieh he remarked
was the key of the city and also of
the  hearts  of thu  people.
On Wednesday afternoon the visitors were taken to the Trnuquillo
Banitorlum on the steamer Andover,
and were shown through the inslMu
tion. They were then served afternoon tea and returned to tbe city
about seven o'clock,
Thursday was taken up with niisi-
ni'ss, and ihe sesBlon closod at six
p.m. Thursday evening,
The following officers were elected
for the year:
(1.   ('.—('.   RaWlltlSon,   Nanaimo.
G.V.C.—E,   S.   II.   Winn,   Rossland.
O.P.—R.  McKay,  Kamloops.
O.K. of It. & s.—K. Pfender, Vic
G.M. of F.-T. Walker.  Victoria.
li.M. at A..—B. 11. Reid, North
\ ancouver.
r. 1. d.-.l. W. Bennett, Fernie.
tl.   0.   ll.- It.   .1.   Steele.   Nelson.
On Thursday evening Primrose
Lodge, Kamloops, gave the visitors
an  "At Home."
Gold Kange Lodge, No. 26, Kevelstoke. was represented by k* w. B.
Paget, J. Leslie, K. Burrldge, ti. H.
Hlock und H. 0.  Morris.
If you insure with us you
insure with some of the
oldest and strongest companies in the world.
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
Insurance of All Kinds
Prospectors at Ferguson Confident ot their Claims
To tu.n down an oiler >•: $30,000
for three mining claims requires some
courage and some confidence In the
properties In question. Yet this is
what happened when that BUm was
offered i" .1 C. Klrkpatrick and I..
Thompson i>( Arrowhead, for their
Parrsboro claims in Ferguson,
Mr.  Klrkpatrick was  In  the      citv
yesterday  and  is confident he      has
the best paying   laimi     In
the district.      "There  is a   bl "
toot vein cutting the property "    he
say*- ■ and tins is rich in gold   silver
galena    and lead   and In this
there are 18 Inches  which aasaj
142 to {Ji"."     .lust now the     proprietors  of  the claims  are  sink.
Ot   tur.nei.   and
"f this work is done.     '•'■
and il  was found i
the chute ".:, feet,    The ■ tt
ir tunnel s
Was    made Till.-    lattl
,'d   the   best   showll
Somothing New in Wagons
[good *.;;.'
manufacturers  al ".   the
not     only take  the   itraln ofl
t leal and m
Tbe :.'w ail
it the
B!     •
'nn*  iragon  .-  made  bj    the
I.,      it : - ntted up w ti, rollei   beat
th :'   *'
*    than
i wood-en wagon as well >,
iui ., Ilghtt i and easier running.
To "il it. uii you don't have to take
■ uf the wheel" sa In the wagons     ol
tbe  old l|    llmplj   "pen    an
m iui the oil In,    T *•
■ *   dollal     more   than   the  cost    of
.■I wooden eagon and you    can
ii  wear  and  tear  not  tak
Ing Inti   ." ni the   a   ng of borae
Be !,
\ numbei ,.| local and oul ilde men
have purchased these wagons and
Ihey say it is Ihe only WSgOn made
and decline they wHl hereafter take
no other make, flee them at S. Me-
Million's Implement  house.
Don'l   loiget   the   Hun   I'luh   benedt
ai  ihi* i*dlson theatre on Wed     ] i]
even,in:,   May  iMtb.
Government Proposes to Set
Aside ta tern Slope ot Rockies as Forest Reserve
In a debuti "ii the bill respecting
[orCBl reserves and parks, Introduced
by lion. Frank Oliver, In which it Is
proposed t" sel  aside by statute the
easl.'ili   .-lope   of   tile   Itocky       Moun -
tnin i as a Fore-i reserve, Hr, A* 8,
Gootleve, M.I'.. proved an able cham
pi,,n of the people's rights. The bill
naturally brought up many othei
subjects than ib*- reservation of timber and   Mr*  G leve  debated       the
question aa follows:
While nearly all ot the Bill *- ictlons
nf ib.. lection lune primary refer
rat-* i*. the protection ol tho park,
antl, therefore, are quite neccssarj
ami quite within the prerogatives
and rights "f the Governor lu Coun
eil, tins remark does uol apply to
BubBection (b), which hits to do with
an entirely diflerent matter. It rotors to certain privileges which may
be granted at the will of the minister, Nearly all of them are very
valuable prlvleges, for instance: 'The
rutting and removal of timber, tlu
working of mines, quarries and mineral deposits, the removal of •■■ ind,
gravel, earth, stone or any other
material, the pasturage oi cattle r
other animals.' Tbe minister ...is,
slated the difficulty that he h-us found
in dealing With persons wll) I'.tsiie
special privileges; and yet by this
BubBection he Is asking (or an un united, arbitrary and extremely valuable power. Tins Bection names pi i
vi leges, which I *lo not he itata to
say would run up t.i milllii'M "f dol
a value, which it Is ; •■■■ *,*"*■• 1 ti
place   irbit rarily In  the '■ ■
ter,     li this i'ill pn ncs lie   le-
.  an  absolute  czar    u   '.•-*.*:  to
thet **     l
I,, not  think  this  parlla: lent  ei i uld
place anj  nan tn  that posltl in.    In
:.  the
t ,     a
greal and in my    ,c-
very much    * o the
indtvi luale een
■       ■
■   *
case, and be reluaed. 1 say His
powei is a dangerous power to place
in the hands ol any man. 1 think
the minister should lirsl submit lo
parliament the regulations which be
proposes to apply lo these matters,
and ihey should be Biieli that all men
would he placed on u [Ual basis,
1 was glad to bear the minister of
the Interior agree witli uie regarding
tho great responsibility which will
devolve upon him la this ciuuction
I anil also with regard to the Immense
value ,,'. the natural resources ol
which this measure will give him th*'
absolute control. lie said that bo
agreed in every particular with the
remarks ! made, hut gave as a reason for having this section in lhe bill
liie fact that tho administration of
Hies,' resources hud heen carried on
in a .similar manner hy Hus government before and lhal there was great
difficult) in making general regulations wliieh would restrict and eon
tiol the giving away of these various
resources. It does not appoul t.,, mc
•is a Bound reason thai because this
government   allowed certain       things
i 'cur previously they should con-
Iiiiii,' that poliey. II that policy has
been shown to be injurious to the
public Interest, and to have resulted
in abuses, wc* ought to endeavor to
change it, and prevent this abuse
in tlie future, That is why I should
like l" see this particular clause cut
This clause refers, amongst other
things, to mineral deposits. The
hon. minister will remember that
tiie Dominion Mining Institute has
for years taken special exception to
the administration by the Department ol the Interior of minor, 1 tie-
posits in the lauds under its control.     So Btrongly do they feel     on
this point that there has uot been a
year,   when  it has not heen  brought
up at their annual meeting. They
have appealed lo the Mines Depart
menl to bring iu a bill setting forth
fixed regulations governing the dis-
posa] "i minerals on Dominion gov
ernment lands. We had that question np in the Mines Committee, of
which the hi,n. membei for Rainy
River (Mr. Conneej is chairman, hut
1 regret that so far th,,; committee
has not brought in a bill dealing
matter. I remember one
instance cited by the Dominion Min-
Ing institute. , ertaln capitalists
had -ent out pr* :*. ctors into that
* ■ • and  bad  them
it  heavy expense,
aiid .*. i lain   Indlca
' he   pall m-   i „■: e
•   a t" tbi      Interii r  Depart-
Biderable     delay
thai   ■ n *y    '■ a 'd
' ta  . • hi   n   dag r flit-.     They
I ih.'ii  prospectors
rtake  '"  prospect
■ ial    Imply
The  tame Hung
regar l t*, the cttt-
.Id    Ii"t    Iim
ma  for   the dis-
park re -
regulate Him man-
is to save the
-■^ young trees, and let them throw open ihe cutting of the timber to public auction, antl give every one a lair
chance. l.et them give tbe cutting
of the timber to the men who comply
with the regulations, and whose ten-
dels are the highest, In that way
the feeling that there .was undue favouritism would be removed, thu do-
purl incut, would he relieved of much
responsibility, and the public would
have greater confidenco in the administration ol those reserves. Without going further Into this argumenl
1 think the minister will see the force
of some regulation of that nature being imposed before wc give him the
absolute control of resources ot such
great   value.
This bill also deals witli water-
power sites and power transmission,
A few years ago these tilings were
considered of not much value, not
only in Canada, hut in most places;
hut today tbe use of electrical energy
from wator-powor has made such
advances that it is probably one ol
the most, valuable of our resources. |
We can readily understand therefore
how men will endeavour to get. eon |
trol of the water-powers winch are on
these reserves. The main argument
made for this reserve on lbe eastern
slope ol the Rockies is thai, il controls the headwaters of ihe magnifl-
ei'iit rlvors and othor water powers
we have Ihere. so that, any one will
see thai lhe clause we are now coil;]
slderlng is dealing witli resources ot
immense value. And one should uot
have lo emphasize the necessity of
OUI' having a standard set of regulations governing them, so that. applicants for wator rights would know
the exact conditions under which they
eould obtain them, the rates lixed,
lhe length of time thoy eould have
tlie use of them, etc. II is not a
siillii'ieiil. answer (or the minister to
say that il is difficult to make such
regulations. We are here to discharge our duties anil responsibilities
ao mallei how dillicult, antl see lhat
the public is protected. We know
what our own commission appointed
ny ihis govornmont has said regarding these water powers, and the
necessity of protecting thom, 1 submit that we Bhould not pass this
clause as it stands, but thai the
minister should he prepared lo give
this parliament some idea of what
regulations lie proposes lo adopt tu
tbe disposing of these various natural resources mentioned in this section.
1 want to reiterate aud make very
clear my position on this matter. I
would like to take up the argument
of tbe minister when be was trying
to show that, a difference in principle
existed between the position of the
hon. member for North Grey (Mr.
.'.liddlehroi and my own. I "think
llle minister did not well sustain liis
contention. Both the lion, member
for North Grey and 1 contend for the
one principle of absolute publicity
and absolute equal rights in the dis
posal of these natural resources. 1
will take the minister's own argument. In dealing with my position,
he referred to the mining law, That
is the principle 1 have contended for.
In every province of this Dominion
we have statutory enactments, or
mineral laws. Every prospector
knows exactly the conditions Under
which he can stake out a mineral
claim. It does not lie iu the option
of tlie minister or of the Governor In
Council to say whether he slmll or
shall not receive that claim. The law
has lixed all the conditions. That is
exactly the principle I am contend
Ing for, so that when a man applies
ior a grazing lease he shall know thc
conditions under which be can obtain thai lease. I think the ninis-
ter scarcely realizes that he is usk-
Ing in this bill t" he made a king
".er j;,.umi,mill square miles of territory, even a man above thc king.
Practically he is given power to suy
lo "lie man, Uo, and be goetb; ami
to another man, Come, and he com-
ctn, because he will bc given power
' * i [UBS that man a right or to give
nun a right. He will control everything except tbc fee simple to that
land. He becomes an absolute czar
it ei ial kingdom of 16,000,000
acres "I land. I think even the Minister of  Hn*  Interior should hesitate
For making quickly and perfectly, delicious hot biscuits,
hot breads, cake and pastry
there is  no substitute for
Baking Powder
Sixty Years the Standard
Made from pure Grape
Cream of Tartar
No Alum—No Lime Phosphates
"I »in entirely opposed lo the use ol alum la
Baking Powders."—Prof. Chandler, Columbia Univ.
Read the Label
" Alum, sodium alum, basic aluminum sulphate,
sulphate ol aluminum, all mean the same thing —
namely, BURNT ALUM."—Kansas State Board of Health.
The GILLETTE Is An Economy
O Not An Exfravariance O
Not An Extravagance
Because a fairly good open-blade razor
can be bought for two dollars, while a
GILLETTE costs five, have you concluded
that the GILLETTE is an extravagance ?
It i'.i not.
Tho open-blade costs you $2.00 to buy and at
least 25c a year to keep honed and in condition.
Total, .$2.25 I'm' tin* first vear.
The (JILLETTE, witli 12 double-edged blades,
casts $5.00, and a second box of blades (should
your beard be very tot Rh) adds $1.00. Total,
$0.00 for first year.   Difference $3.75.
Looks bad for the GILLETTE, eh ? Rut wait!
The three-minute GILLETTE will save you 5
to 10 minutes every timo you shave. Put it at 5.
That's over throe working days a year. Isn't
your time worth over $1.25 a day ?
When you're nearly late for the train or an
important engagement, the five minutes which
the GILLETTE saves you is apt to be worth
several times the whole cost.
Then there's the comfort of the clean, cool,
ensy GILLETTE shave—worth in itself several
times the difference in price.
For real economy—time and face as well as
cash considered—buy a GILLETTE and enjoy it.
Standard Sets $5.00.
Packet Edition! $5.00 to $6.00.
At your Druggist's,
Jeweler's or Hardware Dealer's
Gillette Safety Razor
Co. of Canada, Limited.
Offien itr.ti Factory i
63 St. Alexander SL
Officci in N*w York,
ClticnRo, London, Eng„
and Shanuhai, China.
I'.i, imi ii*. In
Montreal, Boston,
1 . *, ,   i,*,. Berlin,
aad Pari*.
before lie asks this parliament t.i
grant him such absolute power. All
1 mn contending (or is tbat which lute
been so well advocated by the linn,
member for St. Anne (Mr. Dohertvi,
tin' hon. member for Smith Tovotio
i.Mr. Macdonell), ond tbe hon, member for WiiinipoK (Mr. Haggarr,). We
want the regulations brought ilcnwi
in a schedule and put in this bill. Vic
want to know what are the fund'
tions under which thc mlniot.*r    im
posts to dispose of these tul'tiible
asBets, We are not opposing this
bill, we mo supporting the Minister
on the principle of this bill, Hn we
want to make It, if possible, nj such
a Character that it will const.'ve tho
greal natural resources of this country. 1 would ask the minist. t to
allow that section to stand f ir further consideration, and give us somo
idea of thc regulations he proposes
to make.
THIS   IS   .A.   EEAL   SUSr_A.:P!!
This House is offered   for sale at a  large  discount from
value.   Terms to suit purchasers.
"VvT.   SiTIDER,
Cor. third Stieet and McArthur Ave. SATURDAY, MAY 20TH, 1911.
The Famous Lcckie Loggers' Boots and our own
make a ways in stock. See our Pack Straps and
Pack Sacks.
Boot and Shoe Repairers,
Harness Metiers
Capital Paid Up $4,000,000
Reserve Fund -    $4 400,000
Has 77 Branches ia Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in all the Principal Cities of the World.
At all Branohes.    Interest allowed at highest current rate
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT Manager.
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged f pioved.     Flrst-Olasa in every renpuct.     All modern convenience!
Large .Sample Rooms,
Rat o 4>2.00 per day       Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
Under New Management.
Wm. Boyd, Proprietor
Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
The Greatest Health Resort on the Continent
Natural Hot Water, 1J4 Degree of Ilea
Natural I lot Water in Maths.    O    t. All Year
Rales from $ 12 to $ 15 Fer Week
Have the Best!     It Pays!
You can get the best of
Everything in the line of
At the Reliable Headquarters
McKinnon's Cigar Store
suitably   furnished   with   the  choicest the
market affords.      Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $1 a day.    Monthly rate.
J.   rALBBET     STONE      PROP,
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -  Revelstoke, B. C.
before buying yonr outfit of working clothes
fnr the bush. 1 make a
specialty of Logging
Shoes, 1'ants, Sox, Shirts
Blankets and everything
required inyour business.
For Sale
25-foot  Lot  and  House, Third Street
Three Lota on Second Street, near Hip
new Post Offlce, 91260,
House nnd Lot near Y.M.C.A , $8160.
Two  lots  and   House. Third  Street,
House and Lot, Kirst Street, near the
new Post Omce, $2100.
55 feet on Sixth Street, $700.
50 feet on Victoria Road, $550.
12 Room House, Second Street, 50 foot
lot, $4500.
And oilier first e'ass values.
Call and Investigate
W. B. Robertson
Great West Permanent Loan
Company Agency
Tinsmith Repairs, Hot Air, Pipe
and Furnace work
Connaught Ave.   -   Revelatoke
I,ct me paint your house right. I do
nothing but first-class work. Quality
considered my price is low. The best
materials used ami work done when
promised. Try me on your interior
decorating, My work Is guaranteed to
\i\ ease.
SIGNS I can furnish vou witli any
kind you want. Class, brass, tin, cloth
or wood,    (let my prices.
Carriage and Wagon Tainting at my
shop in alley back of K. J. Bourne's
Store, First Street.
liesidence Cor. Uiil St. tind Kohson ave
Everybody knows him, he will
tell you thut the whiskeys we are
Belling are the hest. Call and be
convinced, No household should
be without a supply of our Harvey's Special Scotch Whiskey; our
Frapin Liqueur Brandy, guaranteed
tlO years old or Blackberry Brandy
for Medicinal purposes. Our stock
of choice Wines and Liquors of all
kinds are unexcelli d. Sold by all
the leading hotels, or telephone
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Importers and Dealers in Pure Wines, Liquors, Cigars end Cigarettes
Fruit and Vegetable
Boxes and Crates
Our Box Factory ia now rmuiiiiK ami
wc are ilt a position to supply all kinds
■of (mil and vegetable boxen and crates.
Those who have not already Hcnt us
their orders should do si. ul once aa the)
are COtnlng in fast, mul we would like Ik
■deliver all orders in good lime' < Mn
boxes are equal to nny on the market
and prices imh lie had on application lu
S. McMahon, Kevelstoke, or to
Salmon Arm, H. C,
Eggs for Hatching
Rhode Island Red.
Silver-laced Wyandotte and BufT Leghorn, per setting, *?2.U0.
Bmden goose eggs. SOc. each.
Pekin duds til eggs) (2.00,
Day old ducklings.
l)a\ old chicks a specialty.
Write or Phone JI.'.
New I'.rove I'arin, Revelstoke.
Fruit Lands
Galena Bay lands in parcels of
10 or 20 acres or en bloc. Correspondence invited.
John Shaw. Agent.
Box 616 Arrowhead
John Lee
Manufacturer of   Ladies'
Ladies Suits Madeto Order
Fit Guaranteed
All kinds of Silk, Gingham,
Muslin,  and   Fancy
things kept in stock
Prtcea Reasonable P 0   Boi 208
Front St.. Lower Town, Revelstoko
Pacific Coast
Tested Seeds
Arriving daily om* new and
fresh stock of Seeds, grown
under contract hy the hest
growers in all parts of the
world. 8"eds that will give
yon the liesl results. One trial
will onnvii.ee yon. Also a full
line of gai den requisites, Implements of all kind ; liee
Supplif"--, Sprayers,Spray, and
a full line of Chick Feeds and
Conkev's remedies, Press the
button, we will do thc rest.
H. J. Henry Nurseries
3011 Westminster Road
A. R. McDougall,    -  Manager
Vancouver. B. O.
Repairs of all  kinds  neatly duile
Bicycle and (lun work a specially
Estimates given on any class
of work
Front       Street.
Special Attention given to commercial
men anil tourists. Kirst-clas. sample
rooms. Finest scenery in British Colum-
1 ia, overlooking Upper Arrow Lake.
W. J. Lightburne, Prop
Moving HcLui'M TuulgUt.
lUnafactnrad (or tn oiaim of hnllili,,«,
Fnr <i«M in \nra*,t\r <mflll ijrnnt itles
ntthelnwitst iirlrn- foreuh
All kiudj uf builtliufi ami pluttflog
tiMlnrtft ken
Foote & Pradolini.
AflWils superior educational ndvan-
tng^ s, HnnaBome new brick building,
modern equipment, extcnsivogrounatii
('lapses graded iti accordance wiih the
ichooh throughout iliis Province,
Complete Music and An Departments.
Special cuuraea in Shorthand) Type
writing and Hook-keening.  Particular
attention given to refinement of manners and correct English'
For Prospectus. Addross The Aondomy.
Shilohs Cure
"AT IT HERE SinCE l*)00.'
CR *
with us THEY Will. PIHn
with Tne my in which
our nu.sinp.ss is
Vancouver •■-viciNiry,
321 Cambie Street,
pVai\co\iver B.G.^
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A Symposium of What is Happening in
All Parts] of the World J
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Tvvusinn P.O., Out.
"I received your sample of GIN
riU„S and after using th™, I felt se
much better tli.it I got a box at my
druggist's, and now I am talcing thc
third box.
The pain ncrost my back and kidneys
haa almost entirely gone and I am better
than I have been for years, I was a
great sufferer from Rheumatism bnt it
has all left me. I strongly advise all
women, who suffer from Pain In The
Back and Weak Kidneys, to try GIN
PILLS. Mrs. T. Harris.
Thousands of women, right here in
Canada, owe their robust health, their
strength and vigor, their bright eyes and
rosy cheeks-to GIN PILLS. And they
know that CIN PILLS will cure the
Kidney and llladiler Trouble* with
which so many women suffer.
Do just as Mrs. Harris did—first,
write lor a free sample box of GIN
PILLS and try them. Then, if they do
you good, get the regular 50c boxes at
yonr dealer's. Your money promptly
refunded if CIN PILLS fail to give
relief. National I'rug and Chemical
Co.,   Dept. VV..    Toronto. M
The original
-iin Pills made by
National Drugand
Chemical Co. of
Canada Limited,
Toronto, are told
only in this box.
POR SALE-Lot and House partly
built, very ohcap. Apply Box 106,
Revelstoko. It.
WANTED—Waitresses for Restaurant,
Apply Windsor hotel, Laughton 0nd
Tnpping, Revelstoke, B. 0.
quickly  slott-a conrihs,   cur., colds,  bcalii
Iks llirusl and luoii.
Premlor Fisher in an Interview   in
ao'Mois,," London tolls ot Australia's needs,
Over 2,000 regulars, volunteers,
veterans and boy scouts of Winnipeg,
paraded to St. John's cemetery to
decorate the graves of Western Canada's heroes.
President William Maxwell, of the
International Co-operative Alliance,
now in Winnipeg, tells of the operations of co-operative organizations
in Kuropc.
John Deitz has been sentenced to
life imprisonment for the murder of
Oscar Harp. His wife and sou were
discharged. Deitz says he will appeal.
Much interest haB been aroused in
Kngland over thc visit of thu Canadian commission on technical training and industrial education.
Winnipeg was visited by a terrllic
electrical storm Saturday night and
Sunday morning, considerable damage being done.
T. P, O'Connor Bays thc proposal
of Lord Lansdowne for the reform of
thi' house of lords is defective and
Tho body of a man, supposed to be
A. K. Hirst, of Yorkshire, Kng., was
found floating in the Red river.
The judges to preside at the courts
of revision in the rural constituencies
of  Manitoba have been appointed.
Loug distance wires in Southern
Manitoba are badly crippled as a result of recent storms.
For the yean 1910 the Intercolonial
Railway shows a surplus of      nearly
Frank Houck, a German farmer was
accidentally shot and killed near
Creufell,  Sask.
The Norwegian government is
adapting the wireless for use in the
far north.
The separation law in Portugal has
been condemned by the Vatican.
Unofficial peace negotiations are
said to be going on in Mexico.
The  Winnipeg  tax  collections
1 large  increase.
Queen Alexandria is said to bc seriously ill.
The supreme court of the United
States has ruled that the Stannard
Oil company is a monopoly in restraint of trade and must he dissolved within six months. The court
withheld its decision regarding the
Tobacco trust.
The Dominion railway commission
has issued an appeal for stricter observance of the law in respect to tres
pa-sing on  the property of railways.
Vice-President Whyte, of the C. P.
R. after a western inspection trip,
announces that oil will lie tried as
fuel on the mountain divisions.
The method of the appointment   of j
the census  enumerators   in   Manitoba
caused a four hours' discussion in tbe
house of commoos.
The t'unard liner Albania has been
quarantined with all her passengers
at Gro-se Isle on account of a suspected case of smallpox.
At thc Winnipeg hre, water and
light committee, Aid. Douglas protested against high lire insurance
The United States supreme court
has gnashed thc convictions in the
Gompers-Mitchell-Morrison contempt
of court case.
A threatened massacre of Hebrews
in Russia was prevented. The government is making a thorough inquiry
into thc trouble.
The appeal of tbe Alberta Land
company vs. King was allowed by
the supreme court of Canada.
The legislature of Nova Scotia has
been dissolved and tbe general elections  will take  place on  June  14.
A large tract of land has been purchased near Winnipeg for use as a
pedigreed s.ea farm.
Two men were electrocuted in a
Vancouver street as the result of the
exposure of a live wire.
Superintendent Wagner, of the
Evangelical association, reports lively  interest in thc cast.
The retort of tha Standard Chemical Co. near Sault Stc Marie was destroyed by fire.
A Winnipeg man has purchased
eleven lota in Calgary paying $218,000
for them.
The veto bill has passed the British
commons by a vote of 362 to 241.
Prince Leopold of Battcnburg is to
visit Winnipeg.
Canadian oil companies are asking
the railway commission to order the
railways to lower the rates on the
products of the companies from P»-
trolea, Out., to Winnipeg.
The budget statement was presented in the British house ol commons
by Chancellor Lloyd George. It provides for a salary of 82,000 for members of the house.
It has been decided to have provincial and federal contest* iu connection with the Karl Grey musical
and  dramatic  competitions.
It is said that President Taft is
disappointed with some of the features of the decision of the supreme
court in the Standard Oil case.
U. S. Consul Jones returned from
Washington, and says the reciprocity
agreement will pass tbe senate there
The diary of Inspector Fitzgerald,
of the R.N.W.M.P., who perished with
three . onstables in the far north, has
reached Ottawa.
Constable K.H. Smith of the North
west Mounted Police, who is missing
is wanted on a serious charge.
A great marble memorial to tbe
late Queen Victoria was unveiled by
King George at London.
William Limery jumped from a.
train in th-j C. N. R. yards in Winnipeg,  receiving  dangerous  inluries.
Western farmers will interview R.L.
Borden many times during his trip
through the west.
Thc Winnipeg Electric railway declared a quarterly dividend of three
per cent.
Herr Ai-hira, leader of the peasant
party in the Hungarian parliament,
was murdered.
Tbe Methodists of British Colum -
!'ia endorse church union.
Suits For Warmer Days
English FLANNELS—in plain blues and
grays, as well as stripe effects.
Irish HOMESPUNS—in patterns that are exclusive
with Fit-Reform.
And SERGE—of course-in a new shade of blue that
promises to be popular.
Fit-Reform 2 Piece Outing Suits-
$15, $18. up.
Sole Agents in Revelt'olu.
Are you a landless man, working from fc Lc
main in this condition all yonr life? Pe a
the Savings Bank at three per cent, inte: st
will take yon to double your money, am
big rent for your home.
Suppose instead of putting this money into
the banks you put the same amount each month
towards the purchase of a lot; then when you
have it paid for, erect a home for yourself aad
pay regular instalments instead of rent until you
have that paid for. Wouldn't that be better than
putting your money where it will pay three per
cent interest ? And while you are doing this the
land itself will, by its increase in value, pay you
much more than three per cent.
If this little talk appeals to your common sense, then you can lean oc
you can learn how to boost your own City and provide a competenc \h
Dominion   Seeuriy
OHAS. A. BARNUM, Secretary and Manager.
<$kH*H*HhW>4*KhH>- OF
h id to mouth, and do you intend to re-
ejaps you are putting your money into
t. Just think how long at this rate it
the meantime you are paying out a
Lots of Lots for Sale
Right in Revelstoke where you can watch
them grow in value. You don't need to run any
chance of losing. These lots will never depreciate
in value. They will always be worth all we ask
for them and all you pay for them at the very least,
and the possibilities are that with all the big developments in view for this city they will double
and treble in value during the next two or three
riloout the proposition and just how it will be of benefit to you,
ac|hose who depend upon you, by personally calling or addressing
B. C.
Corner First Street West, and Connaught Ave. SATURDAY, MAV 20TH, 1911.
«* y'iS-'-'.-ii'M^'y^.i yi.it-V
of the purchas
price on your
range by buying a
"Dominion Pride"
l.£ GaSF7*' Sri5- li 'lii i.i MT\*j™™r,
da+ ,mn.,A^.i>.*ai«iia»   f**      -      <    - -
«.*w "*Mk.».».it«.»»»jfe»>'.«'V'i;,'»*» *%.**t**»-»
ii mul mn nu
■ui iiiui in
This Range
Fullu Guaranteed
and Freight Paid
$41 to
We make the Ranges and place them
in your Kitchen.    There's only one
transaction and one reasonable profit
made on the whole transaction.    You
don't have to pay a factory profit—then a jobber's
profit—a retailer's profit—store rent and clerk
hire—and expenses of travelling salesmen.   Our
great "Factory to Kitchen" Plan enables you to buy the
hest  Range for the same price  that the wholesaler and
jobber would have to pay—and LESS than thc retail dealer
could get it for—and on better terms too.
would cost from $89 to $78 if sold by retail stores.    Our square deal
way of dealing direct with you—and saving you all the profits made on
ordinary ranges—enables you to have a " Dominion Pride" Range for
$41 to $49.
Dominion Pride" Ranges arc made of best Blue Polished Steel and Malleable
Iron.    Polished steel does not need blacking—simply go over it with a  cloth
and it will stay fresh and bright.    Malleable Iron will NOT warp, crack or
break, as cast iron will,    Malleable Iron is used by railroads for car castings,
and by fanning Implement Makers, because of its superior strength.   Cast Iron
Ranges are cheap -even at their lust—and expensive for you at am   price
because they .soon go to pieces.    " Dominion Pride " Ranges will last a lifetime
they are built right, of the right materials, by people who know.
11 Dominion Pride" Ranges have proved this by actual tests.     Whether VOU use Wood or
coal " Dominion Pride " will cut down the cost of fuel bv almost one-third.    COLD rolled
Steel plate ovens, sectional iron lining l'"ire Box with air chambers—double walled flues,
interlined with asbestos -extra heavy grates—all help to make  "Dominion Pride" thc
most economical Range you can buy.
Over 0,000 of our RANGES are in use in Toronto alone, and many thousands more in other
parts of Canada. Vou get a Range that has proved ils superiority in every way whon you buy
a " Dominion Pride," and our guarantee holds good for a year. This guarantee means everything to you—because you have an enormous factory and an old established Canadian Company
back of the guarantee. Here's another point about " Dominion Pride" Ranges that is missing
in Ranges bought at retail stores.    You can always get new parts if you need them.
Our price--direct from our Factory to your Kitchen is this—a "Dominion Pride" Range R-1H
or 9-1** top, with high closet shelf or elevated tank or flush reservoir, with zinc sheet lo go under
.Range, 8 joints of blue polished steel pipe and 2 elbows — delivered to any railroad express
station in Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia or Prince Edward Island- lor $41 —
OR delivered to anv railroad express station in Manitoba, Alberta, Saskatchewan or British Columbia— $'19
he paid when Kange is delivered at your railroad station.   II not convenient to piy cash WO will arrange to accept your Note.
R.nn-oi.   and explain tho detail* of our "Factory to ttltohen" plan ot aavlng you monay.
You'll find Ihem wonderfully Interesting.    Send to-day.
Canada Malleable 6 Steel Range Mfg.Co Limited, ffio
RevelBtoke Land District.
District ol West Kootenay.
Take notice that Lydia A. Wick, of
I Nelson, B. O., occupation married
j woman, intends to apply tor permis-
' Bion to purchase the following de-
: scribed lands.
Commencing at a post planted 10
chains south from S.E. Corner ol
Timber limit 'J8SI8 and on the west
! side ot the South Fork ot Fosthnll
Creek six miles west of Upper Arrow
* Lake and running north 80 chains,
east 80 chains, south 80 chains and
west 80 chains to point of commencement, being the S. W. Corner of
| Lydia Wick'B location containing 640
j acres more or less.
i    Dated 12th April, 1911.
M. 10-00 J. H. Fecney, Agent
Hevelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenuy.
j Take notice that Marie Scott, of
'Nelson, B. B., occupation married
j woman, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following dc-
! scribed lands.
j Commencing at a post planted one
hall mile west from the S.W. Corner
'of Lot 8148, and running north 80
hains, west 80 chains, south 80
chains east 80 chains to point uf
commencement, being the S. E. Corner of Marie Scott's location, containing 640 acres more or less.
Dated 14th April, 1911.
M.10-60 J. H. Feeney, Agent
Revelstoke Land  District.
District of West  Kootenay.
Take notice thnt 1, R. Smith
Revelstoke, oceupaMan,    B. C.
Surveyor,  intend  to  apply  for    permission to purchase the following described lands.
Commencing at a post planted on
the shore of Shelter Bay at the north
end of Arrow Lakes at an angle of
L 811G.1, and marked H. Smith's
Angle Corner Post, thence north 40
chains more or less to a post of Lot
Sllti.l.) thence west 20 chains, thence
south 60 ehuins, thence east 40
chains more or less to the shore of
Shelter Bay, thence north along the
said shore to tho point of commencement, containing 160 acres more or
Dated April  Kith,  l'Jll.
ib A. F.
and A. M.
Regular meetings are held in MASONIC TEMPLE, Oddfellows' Hall
Land ou t'le Tniru' Monday in each month
at 8 p. m. Visiting brethren era
cordially welcome.
W. B.  ROBERTSON,  Secretary.
Estate of   George
Nichols,   Jr.
$5 to be sent with order, balance ic
Our Illustrated booklets tall the whole story of
At least, writ
Weekly shoot ol Uevelstoke iimi
Club l.u   buttons, 25 buds.
Blakley, 13; Foote, 5 and out; Morgan, 17; Macdonell. 24; Taylor, 14;
Cronyn, 111; Devine. 15. Macdonell
wms button in class A, Devine and
Blakley lie in class 11, Morgan wins
lu class C.
In the National league slowly but
-.:...>■ the big lend ol the Phillies is
being cut down, while New York,
Pittsburg and Chicago are coming
along on nearly even terms. The New
York pitching Btafl Beems better than
List year, while Pittsburg is not a
bit   weaker  than  before,     while       the
- arc having hard struggles In
nearly every game. Cincinnati is
mak.i.-- a fight too and may stay
U] there, we still believe that the tin
ish will see the tirst division with
New   York.   Chicago.     Pittsburg    and
idelphia In the order named. Detroit, after a couple of beatings In
the American, ls goiug along again
::; iny S8eball men are now
t. tn ig the Tlgei s as i asy winners
in tii* •   raw      In bitting the
iie*:    t  men seem to * iitclasa the remainder ol   the league,     wh.le    th.'
.   pitchers appear    able    tu hold
■   end in any company.
Before sailing for  Glasgow    on  the
s.s.  "Caledonia,"    Miss    Campbell dl
Hamilton, Ont., (a combination as
Scottish as heather dew and soda,)
gave her answer to the question*.—
"Are there any objections to golf
playing?" Quite naturally, she saw
none, for, as all the. world knows, I
Miss Campbell is an expert player,
and, In company with four other
young women two ol whom, like her- j
self, come from Hamilton, sin- has
gone to the old country to take part
in the tournament, whieh will open
.■ti the ii'ii Inst, she does not Bnd
goll too muscular, nor is it s mannish game. "I think," -ays Miss
Campbell, "thai it Is the most whole
some and mo«t Interesting     outdoor
Bporl  s   woman can  take up."
"Arrangements     were      com]
just  belore  I  left   Paris for a    Bght
lo a tinish betwi * Langford
and Joe Jeal etti  '   - ' Ket-
rick,  Jeanette's managei    aha arrived  ;n  New  York  on  the linei
Louis last night, "The mat
fought In Pa the (
grand prlx. One   ■
tract is that in. tin.-!*
t must hi
training in We
will start
SaL.a.ia Cured Him, and He Helps
A man whn lias been released trom
lhe awiul cravings ot drink, and whose
n.st  ili "itjin Is in help others, Bliows
ih,   spirit of    u*u«*  brotherhood    and
hi;  iitn.'opy.    Read his letter:
,uu    -an,ana    L.eu.eUy    L'u..    Turultlu
i.iu   yuu  please  send  me   hook  o.*
drlnK,  nisi, elrcu.ars relating   to  vnu
luiujd   remedy   iur   tne   u.iai*.   n.ibi*
i  w ,sn to liunil iii,*s,.*  io a  iriend win.
n,   ,.   ihk   U)   ruin   ini'OUtfh   dn.,..     *,   u
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him wi
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Ing full part
etc.. will ba
p isi  aid  Iti
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I   r.
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that the Arrow Lakes
Lumber Company, Limited, intend to
'apply to the Minister of Lands     for
permission to lease the following described lands.
| Commencing at a post planted on
i the shore line of Upper Arrow Lake,
at a Point about 737.2 feet easterly
| Irom  the  South  Kast  corner ol  Lot
3S4, Group One, Kooteuay District,
and marked "Arrow Lakes Lumber
Company Limited North Kast Corner
Post". Thence south into the wat-
' ers of Upper Arrow Lake a distance
ol 2(H) feet, thence westerly and par-
I allel to thc shore-line of the said lake
a distanie of about 3133.2 feet to a
Point 200 feet South from a Point
on the shore of said lake which is
3133.2 feet westerly from the southeast coinei of said Lot 384; thence
north 200 feet to the shore line " of
said lake, thence easterly along thc
shore of said lake 3133.2 feet more or
less to the point of commencement
17 acres more or less.
Dated April 22nd, 1911.
Arrow Lakes Lumber
Company Limited.
Ed. McGagbran, Agent.
THAT i3 the name, ami
below is the trademark,
you are to look for next
time you buy underwear
Yo ;r -ii'i' In nny garment
••.'Uh thai trademark will
ilt perfectly, will outwear
ordinary underwear, will
not shrink. Yel you pay
nothing extra fnr tins
1-xtra value ;and you get our
Guarantee of ' money back
if you can fairly claim it.'
Made at ['.iris in Canada,
hy PEN MANS Limited
Get Your Clothes
Pressing and cleaning clolht
-nt the following rates :—
Gentlemen's Suits'       H.in
Ladies' Suits   75c, and|l.<>0
I adies' Skirts T.'ic. and $].< 0
Boys'Suits ~ ■■'
First-class work guaranteed.
first ,-treet,    Oj'I'O-ile V. W, I . .'
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i ntfllht'fr i^B
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1 '-4iT
Si'iii, A-.|.„   \V,\Mt,
Catalogue mnl Hull's mi Application.
Addreti;    StSTIB Hrneiuoii.
te lo Enderby
Mtrrs    RACES
' i
nti    Hand
i  ml,
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nrcoiiiiiiodiitlmi   Ioi   nil
|ieciiil li
W nti n i**i Intel h
I   II I'.uln nl .i      i    to Umi  oi
mn .md uuu ii     i utile!    Von will
i njoj ■ .Miiis, ii    Hi in,* tin li i'm
1 ll.l'.llllAlltiN  t (iMMI llll
In the mutter of an Application (or
-sue ol a Duplicate Certificate ot
T.tle to Lots 1 and 2, Block 5(i Towu
ot Revelstoke.
Notice  .„ ber.'liy glwn that    It    Is
my  intention to issue at tbe expira-
t.Mti ot one month after the tirst pub-
I .i duplicate of the Cer-
lU  ol Title  to  the above    men-
m tbc name of       James
Itrong,  which  Certificate
tb  December,   1-J04,      and
B, B, ROB,
lust nrt.  Regiatrar.
ttj   'Hi:',*   NVIkmii,   11.   t'.,
•11. lm
ea Hi*t   "Kincaid A  And
'• exp ration
'rom  thc  lirsL publica
n   ' ,     tn,'
•f  Joint   -      -       *:iipanien
tba ' nit     i "ii*■     to
n ral Limited."
Bat     t ,k«, B. t ,     thia
Vi.ril. llll.
■   Ki' .** ■   I Pinkham
An lanon    i.uniUii
Hevelstoke Laud District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notii-e that G. H. Scott, of
Nelson, U. C, occupation, Agent, in
tends to apply for permission to purchase the follow described lands.
Commencing at a post planted 80
chains from N. W. Corner of Lot 8148
aud imining north 80 cbains, west 80
chains, south 80 chains, east 80
chains to point of commencement, being the S. 13. Corner ol G. G.
Scott's locution, containing 640 acres
more or less.
Dated 12th April, l'Jll.
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kooteuay.
Take notice that W. D. McArthur,
of Nelson, B. C, occupation timber
cruiser, intends to apply for permis-
sian to purchase the following described lands.
Commencing at a post planted at
N. E, Corner of Lot 8184 and running
north 80 chains, west 80 chaius
south 80 chains, east 80 chains to
point of commencement, being S. E.
Coiner of W. D. McArthur's locution
and containing (140 acres more or less
Dated 13th April, 1911.
M.10-60 J. H. Feeney, Agent
Notice is hereby given that all persons having  auy  claims  or  demands
against  the  above deceased,    Ueorge
Mcnols,  Jr.,  late ot Revelstoke,    B
C,  railway  employee,  who died neai
Rogers Pass, B. 0., on or about the
1th day of March, l'JIU,  are required
to send particulars tbereol duly verilied to  the i.ndersigncd on or before
the First day of May l'JU, and that
after said date I will proceed to distribute the said Estate amongst those
entitled  thereto regard     being      batl
only to those     claims of which      1
shall then have received notice.
Solicitor,  Revelstoke,  B.   0.,  Administrator  with Will  annexed  o.
Estate of said Ueorge Nichols, Ji
Certilicate of Improvements.
Glad Hand Mineral Claim, situateu
in lhe Trout Lake Mining Division oi
West Kootenay District. Where located:—At bead of Seven Mile Creek
and adjoining the Winslow Minera>
Take Notice that I, O.B.N. Wilkie,
acting as agent ior Bruce White, F.
M.C. B2!W0'J, William Bennett, F. M.
C. B25221, and Nettie Davey, F. M.
C. No. B25561, intend sixty days fr0m
date hereoi, to apply to the Mining
Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for tho purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of tho above
Aud further take notice that action, under section U7, must be commenced belore the issuance of such
Certilicate of Improvements.
Dated Ninth day of March, 1911.
O. B. N. WILKIE, B.C. L.8.
Trout Lake. B. C.
SELKIRK     LODGE 12, 1. O.  O. F.
Meets every Thursday evening in
Selkirk Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting
brethren cordially invited.
K. il. McRAE, N- G,
JAS.  MATHIE,  Secretary.
I. 0, F.
No. 3461.
Meets in I. O O. F. Hall next to
Tapping'B Opera House every second
and fourth Monday In month. Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.
G. W. BELL, 0. R.
WM.   8.   CAMERON,   Rec.-Sec.
GOLD RANGE LODGE,      K.  ot    P.,
NO.  26,   REVELSTOKE,   B.   O.
Meets every   Wednesday  except   tha
Third Wednesday of each month      in
Oddfellows' Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting KnightB are cordially invited.
O. H. BROCK, K. of R. & S.
M. of F.
0. W. 0. W.
Mountain View Camp, No. 229.
.VleetB Second    and     Fourth Wednesdays    in each month in    Selkirk
Hall.     ViBiting Woodmen are
cordially Invited to attend
H. W. EDWARDS, Con. Com.
St. Leon
Hot Springs
ll '        era! l-atlii   ■"-•-[•ei Uli;
Invalid   nnl those In in .*l ,,l
toning up,
It * 'i    * bath * pro Idi •! (oi i id In   .if,
Knottti haiulsomel) fltt«1 up
'■' iti      ' I" i  dav.   Special Rata  lur
Court House, Revelstoke.
Sealed Tenders, superscribed "Tender tor Court-bouse, Revelstoke," will
be received by the Honourable the
Minister of I'ublic Works, up to noon
of Wednesday, the 31st day of May,
I l'Jll, for the erection and completion
of a Courthouse  at Revelstoio.
Drawings, Specifications, Contract,
land Forms ot Tender may bc seen at
I the otlices of the Government Agea.s
Revelstoke, NelBon, Kamloops, New
[Westminster, Provincial Timber ln-
i spector, Vancouver, and at the De-
j panment ot Public Works, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, IJ. C.
Intending tenderers can, by apply-
in,* to the undersigned, obtain one
copy ot the specifications for the sum
of twenty-live ^$2*5.00) dollars.
Knrh tender must     he accompiiaied
Iiy an accepted bank cheque ur     certificate of     deposit     on a chartered
ll„n(      of     Canada,      made payable
I to the Hun.  tho Minster of    Public
Works, (or a sum i*i|ttal to five    (5)
per  i.iii.  ,,[  his  tender,  wh ch    shall
be forfeited il the party tendering <lc-
etine  to  rntcr  into i'iiiitiiii't.        when
ii,iii*d    upon to do so.    'lh ■ ih iquea
,,i certificates ol deposit ol unsuccessful tenderers will b« return d to than
upon the execution ol the contract.
Tin'    lucceeetul tenderer shall 'ma
h   ii    bund of   (l    guarantee com-
mt i'.lni t'.t y tu the M n Hter ol
i'ui,in Works, equal to t n 110) per
i  ir    ,,!  ili,< i ..nti gel  iiiiiiiiint, fur tho
due fulfilment ol the contract.
i' ii lei ' will not tic constdored un
lens Hindi' i,ni mi th,' Forma suppiiiMi,
signed with tbe actual signature ol
tba tenderer, and enclosed In the rn
velopea lurnlahed.
Hi.* lowest or any tender not neccs
-iiniy accepted.
Public Works Bnglneer,
mm nt  ..f  Public Wnrks,
Victoria, B, c, lal May, '.'.ill.
'.. A'.'I'KIl—Live mgn ol wnmnn wanted lot work nt Inline paying $2,00
Of JiVtKi pir dny with opportunity
tn advanoe. Bpare time enn be
used. Work not difficult and requires no experience. Winston,
Limited, Spadina Ave., Toronto.
Certilicate  of Improvement.
Wakefield, Helm, Colorado, Del
Norte, Del Hey, San Juan, Delta,
and Marguerite Mineral Claims, situate iu the Lardeau Mining Division
a'. West Kootenay District. Where
located:—on Mohawk Creek.
Take Notice that 1, A. H. Green,
acting as agent for John R. Heary,
Special Free Miner's Certilicate No.
381*0, intend, sixty days from date
hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder fur Certificates of Improvements, for tbe purpose ot obtaining
Crown Grants of the aoove claims.
And further take notice that action
under section 37, must bc commenced
iieiuie the issuunce of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this 20th day of October, A.
D., 1910.
Barristers,  Solicitors,  Etc.
Imperial Bank Buihling  Revelatoke, B. C.
Money to Loan.
Offices—RovelBtoke,    B.   C,     and
Cranbrook, B. C.
Geo. 8. MeCarter,
\. M. Pinkham, J. A. Harvey,
Revelstoke, Cranbrook
Provincial Land  Suveyor,
Mining Burreyor,
BOX   106,
Rovelstoke  Land  District.
District ot  West Kootenay.
Take notice that Basil R. Reynolds, of Revelstoke, 11. C, occupa
tion clerk, intends to apply for per
mission to purchase the following
described  lands:
Cominenc.ng at a post planted at
the south west coiner of Lot 7818,
thence east 8(j chains, thence south
II chains to the north cast corner
of Lot 7*048, thence along line ol
said Lot 40 chains, west 40 chains
south and 20 chaius west to line ol
Lot 2112, thenco along line ol said
Lot 40 chains nnd 20 chains west to
the north west corner, thence aboul
6 chnins north to place ol commencement.
Dated  March  1st,  l'Jll.
Agent  John  Bahw
Coronation Y.R.U. and North Star
Mineral Claims, situate in the Trout
Lake Mining Division of West Kootenay District. Where located:—On
llapid Creek.
Take notice that I, O. B. N. Wilkie
acting as agent for Cutler Thomas,
t'orter of Spokane, Wash., V. 8. A.,
Free Miner's Certilicate No. B 94975,
intend, sixty days from date hereof,
io apply to the Mining Recorder for
a Certificate of Improvements, for the
purpose ot obtaining a Crown Grant
of the above claims.
And further take notice that action
under section 37, must be commenced
before the Issuance ot such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this 27th day of April, 3911.
Take notice that "Campbell Shingle
Company Limited" intend after the
expiration of ono month from the
first publication of this notice to apply to the Registrar of Joint Stock
Companies to change the Company's
name to Atlas Lumber Company,
Dated at Revelstoke, B.   C,     thiB
7th day ol April, 1911.
Harvey, MeCarter & Pinkham,
Solicitors for the     Shingle
Company, Limited,
Any person wishing to do
burning for agricultural purposes
dining the closed fire season,
may do so hy complying with
Sections 5 and G, Chapter 84 of
the Hush Fire Act, and have a
permil from the Fire Wardens
or Government Agent of the
Div. Fire Warden.
Kevelstoke, May 6th, 1911.    2m
LIQUOR ACT,  1910.
Notice is hereby given that,      on
lhe 15th day of June next, applica -
lion will  be made to the Superintendent  of      Provincial      Police for the
transfer of the license for the sale ot
liquor     by retail in und upon     tho
premises known as thc St.  Leon Holel, altuate at St.  Leon,  British Columbin,      from    Michael    Grady,    to
Herbert Cousins of  Revelstoke,  British Columbia.
Dated this 12th day ol May, 1911.
Holder of License.
Herbert Cousins,
Applicant  :c? "     . .
Revelstoke Land District.
District ol Wost Kootenay.
Take notico that Clarence H.
Schock, ot Mount Joy, Pa., occupation coal merchant, intends t0 apply
lor permission to purchase the following described lands:—
Commencing at a post planted ZO
chains south of the south cast corner of lot 763fi; thence north 80
chains, thence east 40 chains, more
or less to the line of tho Arrow
Lakes Lumber Company's timber
limit 43232, thence eouth GO chalnB
thence west Do ohainH, tbence south
20 chains, thence west 20 chains,
more or less to place 0f commencement.
Dated March 24th, 1911.
Ed. McUaghroD, Agent,
i SATURDAY, MAY 20TH, liill.
Children call at the store for
coupons entitling you to free
gift on Friday.
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. &. J4ume # Co.. limited
Mail   or    Telephone   your
orders.     Have our Traveller
call.    Send the children to
the store or come yourself.
No order too large or too
small for us to handle.
Wash Goods
We are proud of our showing
of Old Country wash materials
this season, and you will be too
when you see them Friday—
Children's Day —when many ladies will be out. We will have
a special display of crisp Scotch
Zephyr, dainty French Gingham,
pretty English Chambrays. Every
woman knows the excellent
washing quality of these Old
Country goods, moderate priced
goods, at from
10e. to 25c.
Wash Dresses
Oh you pretty wash dresses.
Cool muslin and linen wash
frocks. The price you pay here
for a summer gown depends on
degree of elaboration. You can
pick from this lot some very
pretty muslin gowns, well trimmed with lace and well made at
as low as
Bed Spreads
Nothing more inviting in bed
covering than these pretty snowy
white Marseilles Finish Bed
Spreads. Every bed in the
house may rejoice in its own new
covering at small expense- Full
double bed size. They were $5.50
Children's Dresses
The summing up of these neat
little dresses for children is the
pretty neat stripes and polka
dot in percales and ginghams.
Added to the stylish making and
general cut that the home dressmaker can rarely catch. They
are priced from
$1.90 to $5 each
Ladies' Underwedr
These warm clays we begin to
fidget under the weight of spring
clothing and look around for
relief. The first thought will be
lighter undergarments — New,
light weight, knit underwear for
ladies on show this week in profusion, from the inexpensive
cotton vest at 15c. each, to the
finest silk vest at $1.75.
Cambric Nightgowns
. Snowy white, with French
neck and Kimona sleeves, others
with the high neck and long
sleeves. The fine material and
pretty trimming in these will
appeal to you.   They sell at
$1.2b to 5.00
Hoose Dresses
Neat and serviceable for the
housekeeper who cares to be neat
and tidy at her work. One great
principle of good dressing is
Suitability. These dresses have
an added prettiness, they come
in percales,  chambrays, etc., at
$2.50 to 5.00
House  Furnishing Department
Carpet Squares
Our splendid assortment of carpet Kiuares is complete in all sizeB.
English Tapestrys, Heavy English
Velvet**, Choice Brussels, Wiltons,
and Axminsters. Full range of
sizes and prices to suit the most
Curtains, Muslins
We are now showing an exceptionally tine line of curtains and
curtain goods. Choice Nottinghams,
dainty Scrims. An excellent line
of Cream and Colored Madras and
Bengal Nets.
Imported French Velour, reversible, for Portieres and Over Draperies; Heavy Basket Weave Wrepp
in green, red, and brown. This is
choice goods for stenciling, cannot
he beaten at the price.
Linoleum, Oilcloth
We have the choicest line nf
Floor Oilcloths and Linoleums
eve.' shown in Revelstoke. Diinly
patterns in blues, greys and
greens, suitable for bed rooms-;
wood parquetry patterns for Halls,
Dining Rooms, and lo put around
rugs. Splendid inlaid linoleums,
in block, tile and lloral designs.
1'rinted goods 2, 8, and 4 yds. wide.
Inlaid goods, 'J yards wide only.
Iron Beds, Mattresses
Our Health Brand mattreBsts
are the best medium and low price
mattreBB on the market. IVrfeutly
sanitary, wears well, looks well,
and gives good, solid comfort.
Iron Beds in all sizes—ask for
Wall Paper
Our range of High Grade wall
papers this year excels any previous attempt; dainty patterns in
blues, greens and greys (or bedrooms.
Summer Opening
Tuesday, oMay 23
The Season's newest and most
fashionable headwear shown on an extensive scale. Fascinating indeed are
the radiant new summer styles in the
Millinery Department. A showing that
includes the choicest productions of the
leading American and foreign milliners.
The season's most approved creations
which will be of interest to all who visit
this Department.
Children's Day
Friday, oMay 19th
We have long been promising ourselves to have a reception for the children and have now decided to set aside
Friday, 19th May for the event.
Now we simply want to make
friends of the children; we want to
make them familiar with the store and
are only too glad to see the children in
the store at any time. On this date we
are having the store specially attractive
for the little ones and will have
A Free Gift for Every Child
accompanied by one or more of their
parents. Come and bring the children
on Friday.
Boys Wash Suits
Attention please to these clever
and stylish little wash suits for the small
box 3, and they have the pockets that the
boy wants. They are really smart priced
From $2.50 to 5.00
AH kindB at a right price.     The  extra
large all over net, the turban net with
elastic, all silk nets all one piece.
Ten Cents each, or Three  for Twentyvfive Cents
95 Boys' Suits 95
On Sale This Week
Commencing Wednesday morning and until the end
of the week these suits will be on the bargain table. We
have no hesitation in recommending them to you as exceptional values. They are Lion Brand, all double seats
and knees. Made from good serviceable tweeds and
worsteds: jiood concave shoulders stayed with canvas and
hair cloth. Every seam double sewn, the acme of workmanship in boys' suits. These suits sold regularly from
$4.50 to $8.50 each, and are worth it.   Selling this week at
$2.85 each
Bargains in Shoes
for M
We are putting out a line of Men's Shoes that will
surely interest you this week. The genuine English K
boot at a price. Blacks and tans, light and heavy weights.
These boots are all Goodyear welted and made from the
finest of calf stock.   Regular $6.50 and $7 values.
Only 30 pairs at $4.35 pr.
Hot Weather
Perhaps it is not hot yet but it soon will be. then
you will want our underwear. All weights in light wool
and balbriggan.   Prices to suit any pocket book.
Men's Pure Wool Underwear
Maucheffee's French wool light
weight, dark grey shade. Price
per garment        -      -      $1.50
Hewson's natural wool, light
weight, pure Nova Scotia wool,
Price per garment       -       $1.50
"     "   suit      -       -       $2.75
Jaeger pure wool, very light
weight, natural shade. Price
per garment - - $1.75
Price per suit       -       -       $3.25
Sovereign Brand, pure wool,
medium weight, natural shade,
Price per garment       -      $1.50
"     "   suit       -       -      $2.75
Men's Balbriggan Underwear
Spring Needie Knit Balbriggan
light weight, elastic and smooth.
Price per garment       -      60c.
"    "   suit      -      -      $1.00
Spring Needle Kn't Balbriggan
medium weight, elastic rib. The
best we have ever offered. Price
per garment -       -      75c.
Spring Needle Knit Balbriggan
light weight, pure white, exceptional trimmings, per garment fl
Fine French Silkette, smooth
as silk, launders perfectly, wears
like iron, in white, pink or blue.
Price per garment       -      $1.50
Baby s S
is here. Oh the cute little things made in
pure white pique with large collar, trimmed with heavy white wash trimming and
lovely large pearl buttons that can be
removed when  coat   requires  washing.
Prices $1.90 to $3.50 SATURDAY,  MAY  CuTII,   UU.
Sale of Womens Suits
We have eight suits left from our
Spring Stock, every suit is right
to the minute in style; not a suit
in the lot that is not worth twice
the price we are offering them at
$20,   !?22,50 and $28   Suits.—
Our Special Sale Price     $12.50
Lace Boots for Men
Wliii want a Boot thai will wear
try   mn-   line  ul'    never-wear-
outs.    Vmi can't heal them
Sale Price. $5.00
Mens Dressy Suits
Special Price Sale on Men's Suits.
You may depend upon their value.
We cannot atl'ord to deceive a
customer. Made from imported
Serges, in fashionable greenish
and olives, browns, navy blue
and popular colorings.
Our Special Sale   Price $15.00
Boys Suits, - Odd Pants
Mothers save money by bringing
their boys to us. We are showing
popular priced suits, sizes 22 to
34, Plain Knickers or Bloomer
Revelatoke  Land  District.
District of  West Kootenay.
Take notice that Bdlth G. MeVity,
of RevSlstoke, B.C., occupation married woman, Intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described laml.
Commencinu ai a post planted on
the east bank of the Columbia river
80 ehains north from the North West
Corner of Lot 8301A, Group One, Kootenay District, and marked "Edith
G. McVity's 8outh-\Vest Corner
Post," tbence east 40 chains, thence
north 80 cbains, thence west 40
more or less to the east bank of tiie
Columbia river; thenee south along
the east bank of the Columbia river
HO (hains more orless to the point
of commencement, containing 320
nci-es more or less.
Dated May  Kith, 1911.
Ter   Charles   Robbins,    Agent,
Don't get a horse doctor for your
baby, and don't get a cheap coarse
polish for your piano or your automobile and tine furniture. Try a
buttle of factory linish from the
Revelstoke Music store, McKenzie
uvenue. Money returned if not sat
Isfactory. Also ask us for prices
on the following high class pianos
and player pianos:—Heintzman, Martin Urme, Starr, Beckstein, Bng.;
Ohappell & Co., Bng.; Cramer, Bng.;
Gerard Heintzman, New Scale Williams, Enniss, Krydner, Wormwith &
Weber, Stanley, etc.
The funeral took place yesterday o!
tbe infant child of Mr* and Mrs. It.
Charlie North, city electrician, is
build.nu a bouse for himself on Fifth
Btreet, west.
Mrs. Hoy M. Smythe and children
left this week on an extended visit
to Vancouver.
See 'Tbe New Boy" alld his ililli-
culties \\edue»duy night at the Kdi-
sou theatre.
Mrs. Kennedy, of Detroit, is visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs.
F. H.  Young.
The softest and newest styles of
rubber sponges just arrived at Macdonald's drug store.
Remember the Knights of Pythiaa
ball ou Tuesday night, May 23rd in
th-j opera house*.
Yesterday wus Children's Day at
Hume's store, and hundreds of
presents were given uway ut the
dry goods counter.
Patrick Cadj wan convicted m police court yesterday of stealing a
watch and was lined tin und cost or
Six months in jail.
The Itevelstoke Sash aud Door factory has changed bands and will be
in operation again in a few days.
Particulars later.
The ladies of    St.   Peter's    church
held a very successful sale of work
on Thursday afternoon at which close
on  to ide was realized.
The carcass of a big two yeai old
brown bear was brought to the ,;t\
yesterday by Wm. Allen. The animal
.. .*,*■; -bot m tbe bush about two miles
west ol tbe city.
At a  meeting  of  the license      com
missloners  on   Wednesday   afternoon,
the     application for a bottle llceni
was   received     from     Jas.    I
tin       and      it      was       -.  '.*"1       I y
Commissioners       Abrahamson      and
Sturdy     tli.tt the license   lie rt I
the applicant be notified,
A very enjoyable whiat parts »ae
given  at  the  home  of  Mrs.    It.    H.
.:,..!!   on  Thursday  evening
which about forty  a
i.    firsl   :     tt were won by c.
■ ftlmei  and  Miss  '' i loy.    whlli
.:,-.-,  went t"  Mi    l al
ton and Mi-   i
Charli -  Predei li t.   \*!;un-     ol    I
iation,  wll
.   • .-*.*: t   :;.  tin*   \   M I
A     l-> ;:.:.*■.* .in      D   tbi                '      T
I.e.i !•*:-:. I :           I ■ i ,  **i icj
Mr. Adam
•  * •      lining led
..... * * !,,**, .llllll   '
Ml   ■   Dg    I
We have just rece'vetl a shipment of White Clover Honev put np iu
five lt>. cans, which we will guarantee to Ik- absolutely Pure Honey,
jui'l as tl is is the season for honey we wouhl advise you to try thia if
\o,i wish to get the genuine article.
The name "Wagstaffe speaks for itself in regard to quality. We have
a full assortment of this Pure Jam including Strawberry, Raspberry,
Peach. Plum, Black Currantaml Apricot.
A. HOBSON,       Baker and Grocer.
Before investing in outside property don't overlook the fact that you should lirst have some good
inside property at home.
Our success means your success. Every day we
are pleasing somebody.   Your turn next.
Kjootenay Agencies. Ltd.
Celebrate   \ Ictoi *.   Daj   bj   attend
Ing "Tin-  New   Uny"  .it   tii*     Bdison
theatre Wednesday night,
''.uu.'. music,  good door,  good time
at   the   l\.   of   P.       bail   ,ll   tli,
bouse  nest   Tuesday evening.
In   .him  ,*t   thi *   gamea
*■:  tii,*  -I*.,-,**!,  tlu* Corley  lb
[eat, .1 tin* Pirates last
get to pi t be
tail,'.I.     Hit ery lor thi
Knight   iii'fi  P
Andy   I..<
day   'ill   inform.it    i.   '.'.   r..    ■        *
,*!   the   tbeft   "f
trick arri vi
from   >
a mi
ted I
Via,ill        lin        ■    ■ *
.ed   i'r* *tn   i'i-'.*   L.
H.i. it,,,   '   . .at the re-
club,    Job-
ct meet ■      for
tics.  He
it the
mple     *-t.
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Hevelstoke   Land  District.
District of   West Kootenay.
Take notice that Henry H. MeVity,
of Rovelstoke, B. C, occupation, accountant, intends to apply for permission to purchase tbe following described land.
Oommenelng at a post planted
on        the       east        bank       of       the
Columbia river at the north-east
corner of Lot 8301A, Group Une, Kootenay District, and marked "Henry
H. McVity's Suuth-West Corner
Po>t," tbence east 40 ehains, thence
north sn cbains, thence west 40
ehains more or less to the east bunk
ol the Columbia river; thenee south
alone; the east bank of the Columbia
river SO chains more or less to tho
point of commencement, containing
'.120 acres, more or less.
Dated May  loth,  11)11.
Tet  Charles  Robbins,    Apent.
Plants for Sale
Strawberry Plants
$1.00 Per Hundred
Mn   I. -  Pictures   Pot
7    BEWS'   DRUG   STORK     s
t Inamoii i <
Chocolate  ' oatii
Kn li .ind i realty
Old English " Pot Pouri "
Sachet mid Moth I'n
ventativi *     l.nite im
No, I   Brownie
s., :
No .'. A    "
No I
Sn.il oldltig Urownle
-..ii kiln   i" .'■ '• '"i"
I'M *        *
* i olditt    Kodak     I
No. in   I'oldlng Kodak
..il   .
ill     I Mb,|    ■     fO
I     '
f;ir   .ill ffiol l Otllpl ■
25c. Each
HEWS'   DRUG   STORE       »
Phone 56
(Jet a Kodak. Macdonald's drug
store keeps all sizes and prices, of the
nsvvest designs for 1911.
New & Secondhand Store
We buy and sell or exchange
Furniture, Stoves, Kitchen ware,
Men's Clothing, etc., etc,
J. C. Hull, - Proprietor
Hand Bags
For the next Ten Days we
are going to sell one of the
swellest lines of Hand Bags
ever imported into the city,
at Cut Prices that will Make
Real Goat Seal Hand Bag, regular $13, Sale Price $10
" fhiamo Skin   "        "    8.50      "      $6
" Morocco       "        "    7.00      "     $5
" Mountain Goat Hand Bag, reg. $14   "   10.50
These are only a few of
the Bargains.     See Window.
Diamond Hall, Ltd.
Successors to Miss Anderson
Watch Repairing Our Specialty
After Supper Sale, No. 59
Here is a Sale that should make you "ait up and take
notice, .lust the beginning of the Whitewear season and we are going to «ive you a chance to supply
your needs at a Dig cut on regular prices. This is
the hest showing and the daintiest line of Under-
muslins we have ever shown and the prices are by
far the lowest we have ever quoted.
FINE CORSET COVERS AND DRAWERS at 25c, 35c, 50c, up to
FINE NIGHTGOWNS Mostly in the slip-over style, at 75c,
$1.00, $1.25, up to $3.50.
PETTICOATS—Made of (ine cambric, some embroidery trimmed
and some lace triii aned, with rows of line tucking, at 75c, -11.00, §1.25 and up to $3.50.
DUTCH COLLARS and Jabots at 25c each.
BLOUSES—ln white and colors, values up to $1.25, at 75c. each
LADIES" BLACK COTTON HOSE-Silkette finish, 15c. per pair,
and a lot of other opportunities to buy seasonable goods at a gieat saving.
CHILDREN'S TAMS—In white, blue, grey, tan, duck and chambrays, at 2''C. each.
SPECIAL NOTICE- This Sale will continue from Saturday at 7
p. m. until Tuesday night at closing. See our
window* showing.
Save Your Horses!
Proi ■ >   ih - li.  i'ui   ii.'lii  i muiing
I III ap.
i inn and Howl   Vehicles  hai kepi   pair
e art offering
All Spring-Steel Wagons
lit*..I on fi  ' mmiiiiiim .*■ m  |ual  m cheap at
ll,*** .,!'!  I ■ lij-jlltci    ."iini
runlet and ■■ il  li
 i *   mii   Mi" il    ii lifietl cuslonicm.
'. ! * ■ I • hi   they *in
rluBtproof enp   iih i  'Mii'h henvlcr I'-.i'i than tin* ordinary
■ ijpiti
A full .iii*, Llii iii ■ .* *' tnakel  alio Harden  and
farm Impli * ml tin in,
First Streot, Went,
Opposite Poat Office
O O   O   D   S
How About A New Soit
Made to Order
Our Spring Samples for Suits and
Siiring Overcoats just arrived.
We guarantee a perfect lit, style
and well tailored garments at
fair and honest prices.
MeKinnon & Sutherland
Fit-Retorm Clothing
Foot-Rite Shoe
That intangible thing whicli appeals to all men*—particularly the
vounger chap whose clothes must
be distinctive -has been attained
in this new spring Campbell's
Clothirg model with its long,
gracefully shaped lapels, its well
made, slightly dipped coat front
and the new features of culfs and
pocket Haps shown in illustration.
It has smartness and individuality—while the wear is in it too.
It always is in clothing bearing the
Campbell's Clothing trade mark,
Mc%ae Mercantile Co.. £td.
Jha Jujla Jhop for Jtiat and Boys it)ho Know
* _ ,...J)
POR BALE -"Gold Coin Potatoeafor
Dale. Apply to A. Klttan, Wigwam,  II. 0, 2t.
Knit BALE—160 aorta Crown Grunt,
in.'i Okanagan Colli, Osojrooi Div-
Ni i  it.mi,*i nt    c. u, Macdonald'!
'Inii.:  itore:—"W-J  ol  tlie  Never,  Sever. frevor Lordablp," "Whilo Cnr-
i.hiir   wim Growing,"   "The Colonclt
lion, itiKabla for Iruit, jmn per
acre. Apply to Harrli &. HturKcHB
Victoria, li. o,
IfOR BALD—Two chiap proporMoi oo
Third itreat, nenr Oowan Hlock, H
atony bouac, alao n Bungalow
ttandlng on n cornar lot. Apply
John Diirliynhlic, 1812, Oladltom
Avenue, Victoria, I). C. lm


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