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Array " Empire" Typewriter
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For ease of operation and
perfection in results it is
unsurpassed.    Price $00]
Interior Publisnmg Co., Ag^s
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Vol. 17—No. 58
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Visiting Cards
A SPECIALTY
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Interior PuDlishing Company
PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS
REVELSTOKE R 0. JULY 26,  1911
$2,50 Per Year
QUALITY TOOLS
afo-v
IT DOES NOT PAY TO BUY POOR TOOLS. THEY
NOT ONLY "OO WRONG." BUT THEY AGGRAVATE
THF. MAN WHO USES THEM.
YOU WILL LOSE YOUR TEMPER IF VOU USE POOR
TOOLS: BUT YOU WONT LOSE YOUR TEMPER IF
YOU USE OUR TOOLS. BECAUSE THEY ARE PROPERLY TEMPERED.
WE HAVE THE "EDGE" ON THE HARDWARE
BUSINESS IN THIS TOWN. BECAUSE WE SELL THE
BEST AND DO NOT OVERCHARGE THOSE WHO GIVE
US THEIR CONFIDENCE.
SEE OUR STOCK IN ALL KINDS OF TOOLS FOR
THE MECHANIC. FOR THE HOME FOR THE GARDEN
AND FOR EVERYONE.
YOURS FOR   THE   " BEST   GOODS."
Lawrence Hardware Co. Ltd
Plumbing and Tinsmith ing
STRIKE CQSIS MUCH MONEY
Fernie and Michel Alone Lose
SliflO,llliO--Towns Are Dead
Pernle, B. ('., July 24.—During the
past four months $620,000 would have
Ihxmi put iii circulation in Ferule and
Michel if tin' ''"nl strike had not in
tervoned. During'that time coal tu
tbo value ol nea j a mil:,on dollars
would have been put on tli<' mnrlt,<t.
Tills makes at a . iw estimate over a
million ainl :i halt dollars wliii-li lm
been withheld from circulation us a
result of tho sti ke In these two
mini's alone,
When Huy were working lull force,
aboul  three thonsan-d men were   en
ployed, nm throughout  the    district
7,20(1 nn mi niMii null     oiii "ii the 1st
junior grade Miss Alice Bell secured
a total of 08 marks, coming within
two marks of securing honors, while
Miss Vera Bell, who wrote on an examination whieh should have been
given another year's work, passed
with a total of 61 marks. Miss Clare
Fraser was -also a very successful
pupil. Both teacher ainl pupils are
to lie congratulated on the outcome
of the examination.
URGE WORTH WHILE
Fickle Fortune of 8. C, Good to
Vassar Girl
rii£(&'.&fa-x«&;?Z:£>:*
Imperial Bank of Canada |
Head Otflco—Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Authorized      - $10,000,000.00 j
Capital Subscribed
Capital Paid Up
Reserve -      •
5.913,000.00 I
5 79°.,000.00
.      - 5,798, JOO.OO M
Brandies -r Agents ».i all prinolpal points ln"Canadft. I■■■
Agents in Great Britain ami Uiiiuil States—London, England, ■
Lloyds Bank, Limited.    Chicago   First   National Bank, Corn Ex- *tf
change National Hank.   Beattie—Son tie    itionalBunk,  SunFran- Sv!
cison—Wells Fargo Nevada National FUnk.    Spokane—hxcbange Eg
National Bank. *fe
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of !?1 and upward,  " .and  interest allowed at
current rate from date of deposit,   UuwodpOKdenoe solicitod.
Revelstoko Branch—A. B, McCleneghan, Mgr.
r*:vi;y>-V'&Ki
Ladies' Fashionable Skirts
In all sizes and lengths, good materials.
A large range to choose from. Alterations
tn ensure a perfect fit. Come in and look
them over.
Mrs. A, G, Crick, • First Street
I3MS-:
Some  Things to Muke Dinner Tasty
Mellor's pt. Worcester Sauce, per liottle, 45c
Heinz Tomato Ketchup, per bottle - 36c
Rowat's Walnut Pickles, 2 bottles for 25c
H. P. Sauce, per bottle - - - -">c
Sharwood's Knglish  Chutney,   per  jar :!5c
John Mclntyre & Son, Phone 93
NEAR C   r. R   SHOPS
Housewife's Favorite Brands
Robin Hood Flour
Jacob's Dublin Biscuits
Bell Blend Tea
Bell's No. I Java and Mocha Coffee
G. W. BELL
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P. O* Box 208
QKOCER & BAKER
Phono No. 33
Chicago, .inly 24.—Victory over
liv * ..ih ir girls in a tool hum* at Calgary, Alberta, throe year ago, lias
brought .1 fortune ol $70,000 to Minn
ni April. The additional number who I Caroline Caution, of Chicago, who
qnii work were drawing approximate- was ,1,,. fastest Bprlnter In Vassar
ly tho same amount and this moans college when a student there,
ovei a million and a quarter in wni;-j rpjie „ear aftor she was graduated
es al..iim. i i*,.,,,,, Vassar.    Miss Oantion   went to
"Is it any wonder lhal times are visil two school chums. The provino
had along ilm Crow's Nest, line? ial fair was in progress, oiu-of the
Bu Inesa certainly is had too. We events being a foot race for young
scarcely ever sit a commercial trnv- women,
eller now," said ono business nun.. Miss Caution entered. Before Uie
"We are not buying anything now ran' started n Calgary m n ottered
and have not been for Bome months" i the winner n prize of loon Rbnres of
The mining trade is what is de- stork in a British Columbia mining
1*111.1, I in to keep things going and company. Tlie crowd laughed because
wh,-a tho miners have not any money the stock was thought worthless, but
II i    business stagnation.        (if   today Miss Cantion received     notice
* the i is are all eatiug. Thi   thai  a new     management had  taken
in n are drawing $2.25 a week in over the company, the mine had prov
sink,' benefits In the shape of orders ed rich and that her shares were
on tho dealers and  the  union honors  worth $70,000.
the orders,   A man with a wife draws  —	
an additional •>-, anil for each child
a varying amount according to ugo.
This is sufficient to keep lhe pot
boiling but it does not provide clothing and Bhoes or anything else that
may be required tor the housjbold.
The ini'ii aie permitted to ivork at
any other employment they can obtain, lint only for two 'lays a week.
If they work more than that tiny
are not entitled to receive the strike
supplies. Bome of the miners bad a
lil tie money in the bank when the
trouble came an.l this has been dwindling away. It was spent fairly freely at the start, but now that the'
strike hns continued for four months,
there nre very few of them who in
show a bank balance.
Thc strike is not only making it
bad for business, but the wholesale
trade an.l manufacturers a well are
losing their share. Of course a. soon
as work is resumed and rhe men h.-ve
had a pay day things will brighten
up, but the fact remains that there is
i.i ,i million and a quarter of money which would have lien put in circulation by the miners .vlii.-h is absolutely  lost.
Do the consumers of Crow's Nest
I'ass Coal pay nearly seven cents a
ton to the support of the lntern.it
lonal Mine Workers' Union? According to statements which ure current
in this town, they do. During the
past two years the check-off slips of
the local mines alone .hew that to
varioiiB causes the men ht e con-
trlbuted the enormous total of $1G3,-
000, which on thc total output of lhc
mine means that the proportion taid
out to union has m nt an added
cost to the coal of nearly seven cents
a ton. Thc amount seems incretlitaMe
when it is considered I *.. when the
mines in re and at Mob are working
their full complement there are about
three th ms.m.i men employed.
\s mi asset against this expenditure the iiuii*n can show the block
which it ha* ou Victoria ivei ie in
this town. It is a two-storey brick
building of Tr, toot frontage and some
say that it est $90,000, which seems
a very high valuation. In a Iditnui to
this there have been strike assess-
in n lor other union mim who wore
in trouble, nnd also tbe local 'fees.
The coal whieh is moI.I , the mines
(2.27J a ton. If tbo
contention regar I ng the check-off
in *.ley i* illccted Is correct, if it. were
not for the union this coal could be
sold for i'2.21 per tor U also means
that 11 a miner succeeds In getting
out eight tolls of coal a  '"    he '   v
the     union  nearly  60 0 ior      the DBMDBB   KOH  LUDGATI
privilege of doing so.
Vancouver, July 24.—A cable was
received this morning by Messrs.
Iinvis, Marshall Sr. Macneill that tho
judicial committee ot the Privy Ooun
rl hns decided the Deft man's Island
case in favor of Mr. Theodore Ludgate, tin* appeal ol Vancouver     city
l-ri'iig dismissed  with costs.
As the judicial committee ot ttie
Privy Council is the highest tribunal
of the empire, the ilec.iBion means
that there can be no more litigation
of Ihe matter and that Mr. Ludgate
keeps thc property)
PLENTY OF NICOLA COAL
Company Arranging to Handle
Season's Demands
Mr. 1<\ McCarty has received word
trom the Nicola Valley Coal & Coke
Company that. British Columbia will
bo well looked after this winter de.
spite the strike iu tho Fernie region.
In a letter from the company, an
excerpt eeails:
"With regard to the outlook of
coal for the winter, we are installing
a new washery .ml screening plant
at the collieries Immediately, whieh
will bo In operation by bhe Bret of
October, when we shall he in a bet -
tor position than ever to handle the
domestic trade."
A representative of tho Company
will be in the oity shortly to make
arrangements with Mr, McCarty tor
the winter's supply lor  RevelBtoke,
There are a larire number ol users
of this coal in the city and the need
of extolling its merits as a Brat-class
fuel is unnecessary. Call on Mr. McCarty early and make arrangements
for a supply. It.
V
IRMOCffl PASSED MR
Sill Becomes law on Signature
of BpEsker To-day
Washington, duly 22.—Tbe recipro-
ci trade agi 'ement between the United Stale:'* and Canada, embodied in
the reciprocity bill that proved a
b .m centre in two sessions of congress, passed the senate without
.or ailment by a vote of 53 to 27. A
majority of the Republicans voted
! against it. OI tbe 53' votes for it, 32
were Democrat and 21 Republican. Ot
i the 21 against. 24 w.n-n Republican
| and thre Democratic. This action
settled the whole Canadian reciprocity question as far as congress is con-
cerned, and save for executive approval and the Canadian parliament's
ratification, virtually made tho pact
tho law of the land.
Congressional practice will delay
the a(li\ing of the president's signature until next Wednesday, when the
house is again in session. The reciprocity bill, having originated in tbe
house, must he returned there for
engrossment and tor the signature of
Speaker Clark, while the house is sitting.
FANCY LACROSSE HERE
Sapperton Junior learn from
Coast will Visit Cily
New Westminster, July --.-• The
Sapperton Junior Lacrosse to.tm juvenile champions t/f the .'ity fir the
past two years, are ia'cprvi'lg CO
make a tour of tlio province in August and to play a series ol exbi|b:< on
lacrosse games. The,.' *:• .. i jviuor
league In New Westm n r t- is year
ko it Ib necessary for the leu'i to to
away In order to set ,*iniis.
The team will leave this eity •*_n
An *u-*t s and Will |n iy ..mini in
Kamloops, Revclstoiie, Vernon, Armstrong and possibly sjme oth"i
points. K'llorts are no'.v bning made
to raise fumls tor the trip, D. Gilchrist lms charge of ihis branch of
the proposed trip. L. Cari'.ll wil.
be manager ol the team.
Stoves! Ranges!
§v     I
McClary's Stoves
Kootenay Ranges
Saskalta Ranges
Sunshine Furnaces
Enamel and Tinware
We can supply your
wants in the above lines
with the best Goods made
rn Canada.
Oils, Varnishes,   etc.   It
«&
Sherwin Williams Paints
pays to use good Paints.    vVe soil them.
Wishing Tackle, Rifles, Shot (lens.  Ammunition and
other Sporting Goods.    We are leaders i     . .    . and also
carrya very large stock of General Han    arc, Toolsofall
kinds, etc.
Harness, Whip*;. Horse Blankets, Lap Robes.
Crockery and Glassware.
BOURNE  BROS.
Hardware, Stoves, Plumbing
£1
a. 'JisscwauBcmnmnmnnna**
REP15 TO CENTRAL SCHOOL
Sodrd Met Last Night and Will
Call ior Tenders
Central school ia to have n house
cleaning, and among the Improvements which will be given it will bo
. set of stairs on thelnside, a
new set of steps on the outside and
a umber of repairs to the roof. This
was decided at u meeting of the
board held last night, All this work
must he done prior to thc opening ot
the next school sent Ion, whioh will
be towards the end of next month,
and it is expected tenders will be
called for the work in the next issue
of this paper.
A number of new school teachers
were appointed, Including M.ss .lean
Hyatt,  Miss  Baton and Mr.   ,   >',.m.
The salary of the janitor ol ttel-
kirk school was raised $.1 per month,
and ibe salary of Miss Monroe '.as
given a sim.I ir hooi t.
Fish
Ham and E-l;^s Bacon and Eggs
Imperator Hams and Bacon
Halibut Salmon Sturgeon
Smelts Rock Cod
Imperator Cooked Hams Shrimps
P. BURNS C& COMPANY. LIMITED
Wholesale anu Retail Meri Hants
No arrangements have as jet I ten
mude with lacrosse clubs here tor the
coming of the visit ira . •: lir gu:uf3
here.
LiiLt wm mm
Successful Musicians
C ni it ii.it ions are in order     for
of  Mrs.   Hermann  McKln-
■ if i  ilil   mi   Well   at   tl e   recent  lo-
i il elemental*] examination of the
Toronto Conservatory of Music held
,n the city on July 14th. BU pupils
: i. i.n tins examination d every
one oi them «as successful, some of
the pupils coming out witl. honors,
on au examination that wis consid-
;,•',   *,:\   difficult by Mr. T.d.  I'alm-
■   i       :   in  charge.
Ml - li 'Ims MeCarter carried of! the
I tb,* examination by scour-
Ing a  total  '•! 7<  marks, while    Miss      Nelson,  duly 21.—Another fatal  lire
me next with a total  occurred     iit  Biiverton this morning
ol   7n     11..-I    I       f   young   ladies    ne- i Donald  Sinclair,  an old-timer  of  Blithe  elementary elasK.   verloli.  Wai   bin tied  to death  In n lire
McOleneghan waB award- . by  which  his cabin and its contents
eJ 65 markf lo this class.      In  th«| were totally consumed.
nilllNKl) Tfl DKATllf
Diiatie Trees Suiter and Power
liut un (ty rieitb Wind
A tierce w.nd storm blew over the
city last n.'ght shortly alter six
o'clock occasioning considerable damage to shade trues and necessitatm*,'
Lbe cutting oO ul the power for an
hour or so. The superintendent oi
the power bouse explains that it- was
iu bhe IntereatB of bhe public to shut
down tbe plant as the wires coming
iu contact with the trees vvas a constant cource ol dancer to the public
and might have beta the meaus of
loss of lite. The strong voltage of
tue wires might easily have been '
communicated .to children or adults
who came in contact with the trees, j
heuco tho workmen thought it ad-i
vlsable to sunt down the plant until'
all   danger   was  pust. |
The gale blew down several trees
ou C. P. it. bill which fell ou the'
wires and dragged down a couple * ! j
tbe poles, while in frout of tbe Kin,; ;
I'ldward hotel the tops ol trees •ore!
broken oil and separated one of the
wires. Many trees in other parts
of the city were badly damaged by
the storm, but on Lhe whole uo serious barm  was done.
The rocimt damage done at the
power plant by lhe electric.il storm
of a week ago has all been repaired,
and Lbe plant is now running satis -
Imi rn ily once again.
RevsSstoke leaf Market, Ltd.
Distributors for Swift's Products
All our choice fresh killed
Bei :'. Pork, Mutton, Veal,
Lan b and Poultry aro kept
in our new Cold Sti i; ge
Coolii • .* ■ ■: s and display! d
in the shop for sale in Re-
frigerating Glass Counters
and Window. We handle
■j bul .^'v. ift's Govern-
ted 11.oats, silver
leaf lard, Premium hams it
bacon.
Msioke Meat Market Ltd.
Phone ILI
ii Ci -vs* Mi. v i   !'ri;\ i vors
P. O. Box 181
BUI'tilUN'TONDKNT HIV.- K',   DE Mi
Victoria, July 21.— The death
occurred at bbe Bt. Joseph's hospital
this morning at 7 o'clock of Super -
Intendent of Provincial Police F. S.
Hussey, at the age of 59. Death was
caused Iiy a cancer of the shoulder,
ami was not oxpocted, as he bad 'Ivvui
suffering from tbe dread disease for
over a year and bad been practically
in,i ridden from its inroads for the
last,  month  or Ho.
Tlie announcement of .Superintend
ent llusscy's 'death will ite received
with regret nil over British Columbia
particularly as he was known by all
as one of the bravest, and must conscientious members of Uritish Columbia's police force. Combined with
these qualities he possesxed a genini
and kindly manner, which instilled
confldenoe into even the criminals
themselves, and the gharpttesi ot a
lawyer in working up a case, all ol
which made him the most feared
guardian of the law on the coast
wy^y^y -y
Popular "At Homes"
are those of the hostess who entertains her  guests
with a
Vict©*
Prices from $15.00 up.    Easy paj ments.
Over 3000 records to choose from.
Hear the world's best music at our store.
Nor' 'Af.st i diking Machine Co. Ltd.
revelstoke:.  b. c.
Whi '■   ,     j i* •■
■ !*i n.i mil Hi
Agents Wanted! Liberal Discount!
BE SURE TO HEAR THE VICTROLA
(Double-sided Record*)
■ HH|
MB WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 1911.
THE IlVC^IL-IECIE.R.A.llD, HEVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 1911.
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ters ol public Interest, Com
muuications tu Editor must be
accompanied hy name ol wriler
not necessarily tor publication,
but as evidence of good faith.
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 1911.
Analysis of the results of the midsummer examinations for the en
trance show tin' standard ol chlclen
cy to be much higher In the smaller
centre.- than in Vancouver, where
more particularly the pass list was
disappointing. This means that there
i-i not only exceptional ability on the
part of tin- teaching .-tat!, but     also
conspict -   Industry  on  the  part ol
the scholars. The highest. marks
went to a pupil in Chilliwack, while
a luig*  number  of  the  bronze  medals
donated by the     Governor     (!< ral
went to pupils writing al the smaller
centres. Undoubtedly the country
has .i great advantage over the city
tn the student. The attractions to
detract Irom ., pupils studies are nol
so grt-at in the ountry a> in the
c.ty nor ate there so many little
: lings   ' *  nt   teachers  from  glv
ing bis or her undivided attention to
tbe wuik .a band. llut apart from
these things tbe results slum that
the very best teachers do not always
teach in city schools where tlie laic
est wages an paid. Thc argument
is very strong In favor of the urban
school teacher receiving the higher
salary.
In some  tuwns the  people appreci
ate and help a g od local  paper,    tn
others the opposite course is pursued
b s':.*M,vs thai   Bome  people      are
gbt kind i * educa
—Greenwood  Ledge.
It  Is *   I  a   shame   tbat   till I *
nothing at the pow, r dam to in
in any  trai I    passersby that  :-.
.•nt-:;    - municipa    posa
dusi a-  this —.1,-* r. o! the yeai  il
a .-. •       th I '
-   * ingles an.l tin-
■vs glinting theii
fc-ue-a So thing
attract ivi ture   is t usb
ing watei
but that ev        : on tbe >' P
R. !'..-      ■ ,. •  ,..,*[ ttl .i  tlM.   ..
peep ■■■' "■   lam at cl -•- range    and
no doubt i ■   -     vonder what
it is  .*,.    .:*** •     Aa      intimated      In
•• ii • me    ' a.*
wouil   .       i   -;•
:      *.- city to t«       .    ■ ■
•*.• B .*    that    ' Revi    toi
I. ■ •      .r.d     Pi »ei    Dan
Btanii-       :   .*-  n.
gr-fat  dim, my of     tra      • and
• ■    • rn would not     • ik      tht.
city,    '•.    plen lid electru   I dis|
night   •• * h.*:        c of goo.
adve: OWttil
own pis  '     '   ■ Bt hut
■    I .     *-...:.!   in   .   •   . .  ■    *,
sign.
To  bin ts all tl na*
even   . boi wave,
-.*.   •  *■  ice man  ,-  king,   ind
bt ». I
coal   triki     i    up     and tbi
kin*,    t ■'■• i.-*      . iog  pn•'•• ■ mi     of
I . ii •*.   linmonda,
Toi Ighl  •   *   inn wl meet In ■ ol the
r .*.*'■ ,   , t ,; il   Sodei;,   w II
be heii, ind i i Bind rely to lie h>,p
ed that for the sake of this jrear'i
(all there is a big turnout and much
enthusiasm shown, Help the Boole-
ty along all you can by getting an
cxhitrif readj it is gratifying to
i, rt ti. ,i .in*.i lv I, number ai * pre
paring exhibits.
When the presenl i •'  u   returns are
tompiled aud banded out to the pub-
Have You Obtained Your Winter's
Supply of Coal Yet?
Rem em ber the mines on the prairie have been shut down
now for nearly four months antl the strike not yet
settled.   Order your coal now while you can get it.
BRIQUETTES $ 8.25 per ton
(a limited supply on hand)
STOVE  COAL  $10.25 per ton
(a limited supply on hand)
WELLINGTON   $11.10 per Ion
(soft coal)
WOOD $7.50 per cord
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
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lie, they Will be, accordilin to news
paper commonl, anybhing Imt fair tu
i In*  Dominion.   Tlml   the  ceusns  t ik
in- was bungled an*', thou mils of
persons wen* lelt uncounted seems tu
ne Lho prevailing opinion as express
ed by these papers. N" doubt then*
reports are in anile cases grossly e.\
aggerated, hut we do not usually find
a lot ol people complaining of the
•une bhlng null's there is some
thing wrong. There bus apparently
heen a whole lot of careless work In
.mile   places.    In   Montreal   it   is  said
i whole ward was skipped ovei and
never saw hide nor hair of all eniim-
■lator, Toronto makes the complaint
that a lot of nei people were missed
while  Calgary  has actually  considor
• I Him  taking  of a  municipal      cen
.is of her own, lielieving that there
vi'iT ii greal many missed there.
..here the fault lay. uf course, JUst
in w il would be hard to say, but it
is apparent since so  many  were mis-
GQLDlN wedding
Parents of Mr. J. Porter Celebrate it Moose Jaw
Mr. and Mrs. .1. Porter and daugb,
ter have just returned from Moose
■Jaw, where they have been alien,lin:*
the golden wedding of the parents of
Mi*. Porter. The Moose .law Times
hi  referring to  lhe event .-.ays:
The golden wedding celebration id
Mr. and .Mrs. .lames I'ortei, ol 87
sta'iaei'iia street west, has brought
together In thi- eity tortj memlierB
ni their family, daughlers-iu-law and
grandchildren. .lames Porter married
Caroline A. Brown, a daughter ol
Hon. N.J, Brown, at hei lioine in St.
Kleanois.. l'.lvl.. mi the luth of April
1 .Mil. Thoy removed from the Island
.ual i.nne Iii Moose .law in 1883. Th-e
ied thnt theie must have been some celebration of the 50th anniversary ol
,,*iy hurried work. This means that the Wedding was postponed to July
uie time must have been  too     abort   1:;,h'  1Wl. tuB better to accommodate
i* tin*
very
all members of the family, and at
then home Thursday night there were
present at tbe banquet all their sons
and daughters who arc living together
with the wives and husbands of most
ot them, and nearly all the grandchildren. At the banquet table were Beat
e.l tlie a.lull members of the family,
with Uev. llll. Koss and Mrs. Cricb
tun. Sr.. as guests as follows: Mr.
nml Mrs. John .1. Porter and daughter
Muriel ol Revelstoke, h.i'.; Mr. au*l
Mis. William K. I'ortei. of Medicine
Hat; Mi. and Mrs. Justin lv Porter
unit son Waldo and Mr. h'rank I..
I Crawford, Neb.; Mr. and Mis.
Ali in ll. I'ortei, uf Auburn, Wash.;
«n.i ,,n Harry, "f III ninefold. Mr.
ami Mrs. Nathaniel J. Porter, of
Moose .law, Mi. nn.l Mrs. Richard
Magee, ■•( Wolseley, lu and Mrs
Thomii. ll. I'ui i.i*. an l Uobt rl v.
porter, *•; Eyebrow, Sask.; and Pre i
A, Porter, of Minnedosu Man There
i        wen ty-tt vi
*,  ■ *       whom were tnd were
•ii       the
....*,  .,,   the -.un.   'nii'
v let lasl
night,
I   in.is
For  Bpeciul  leg and
* rder,  commend   us  to ac •   ■ ■
.n Bonham    i* .
. :*h*-  lhat    a "i  * *   • *        •
.   .
man   must  hu  e lost  both  let
is a  qualitli ition fill i
laborers too few. No doubt
nc of the enumerators was desirous of getting every name possible
.ut the dllllcilltles in the way of get
inm names were many. It is hinted
n the party journals that nine uf
he commissioners and enumerators
.vere political rogues and scoundrels.
Par be it from us to cast any such
reflections on the political appointees
However, ihe Ottawa government
iS sending out a circular lo the press
living even mall, woman and child
i chance t** proclaim citizenship In
ibis Iiii; Dominion, so that il you
have  reason  to  believe  lhat   yon  have    I'*1"
notbeen included, better send in your
name  in ibe     department.        Don't
im   .i   ilea,I   once,   lint   u-t't   ill   i.n     these
i el urns.
A southern newspaperman suggests
hat   the   U.S.    papels   gusb    I"
about weddings. Tlie sentn* does uol
want to knn.i anything aboul the
blusbln-g braie. sin* being m u r ■• i ai I
settled;   what    In*   want-   I,*   !e.'
ae her sisters, hei  maiden aunts and
her consuls.
The Honeymoon Trail
A ringing, swinging, singing, whirling, twirling, swirling kleidloscopic
display of prismatic effulgence, with
a dazzllngly bewildering array ot
gorgeously garbed female loveliness,
all set to a rhyinic attuning of musical perfection, Interspersed with almost endless quips compelling comedy suites is the Honeymoon Trail.
Too many descriptive adjectives'.' No,
Indeed, and when you see tbe performance, if your mind is at all given to analytical flights, you will invent  some more.
Tho honeymoon will qualify all
the laudatory adjectives inventablc.
Yes, and then .some. The press agent of this .show has worked his
brain overtime in a vain endeavor to
adequately 'describe  Iu comprehensive
words  the    fullso       strength      nnd
nniit of this musical plavet, uh produced by Sherman mid Cleveland. Yen
ilie only way one can form an idea
*.f its worth is tu it through the
performance at lensl twice. it will
make you young again, if you nre
past twenty-nine, it will help
broaden and mature ynur mind, if
yon are under seventeen. It will make
you forget your troubles if you have
any. and will develop a large quantity of lhc milk of human kindness in
a breast thai, has turned out nothing
hutcltrus fruit for years. So take a
chance on it; conn* and latich your
cares away.
COMING EVENTS
August ll—The Flower of tho Ranch,
Musical Comedy, 35 people, Kdison
theatre.
Sept. 11 and 12—itevelstoke Kail Fair
agricultural exhibits, live stock,
poultry, horse racing and other attractions.
Sept.   19-20.—The    Famous    Juvenil
j   Bostonians at the Edison theatre.
!   ept.  2G-27—Tho    Musical    Eekhardts
j    iu vaudeville at the Kdison theatre.
October ill—Royal Welsh  Choir,      at
I    the F/dison theatre.
Nov. 13—Return of tho favorites, The
I     Allen Players in repertoire.
Dec. 18—O.P. Walker presents the Wm
Yule company in the Rivals, at th
I   Bdison theatre.
Jan. Ill Return of Win. Yule * Co.,
iii Dombey & Son,  Kdison theatre.
Jan. 20—The famous Ferguson's Jubilee Singers considered the best col
oral concert company on lhc road,
lOdlson theatre.
Feb. 20—Thc Onsllesipinrr Entertainers in high class concert at tho
Bdison theatre.
II. N. Coursier has been advised by
Ihe shippers Hint th" usual quantity
anil   quality   of  coal   for   next     winter
consumption will be produced.
Electric irons just arrived, ii'*t the
"National," the i nly Iron i.n the
market.—Lawrence Hardware Co.
Man wishes wori, with survey or
cruising party or would clean lnnd
by day or contract. Three years
experience on surveys in Kootenays,
two years clearing land for big realty linns. Address Oriental hotel,
Advertiser.
West End Dairy
For Sale
17 Eirst-Class Milk Cows
Four Heifers
OneHolstein Bull
Horse nnd Buggy
.Milk Wagon
Two Cutters
Two Sets of Harness
All dairy appliances.
APPLY TO
A. G. CARLSON
Fire W0od, 1*8 inch, $5.50 per cord,
C.ii.Ii. unless otherwise arranged.—
Order nl Cummlngs Transfer Co. or
Sawyer Bros.
Have you bought yonr winter's
upply of coal yet. Now is the time
o get it In  as there is going    to be
big shortage this coming winter.
Wc have at. hand liankbead hard
t.ove size,   briquettes  aad  Wellington
oft coal.—Revelstoke General Agonies, Ltd.
NOTICE
The annual meeting of the Revelstoke Hospital Society will be
held on Tuesday, August 15th,
1911, in the City Hall, Revelstoke.
at 8 p. in.
W. D. ARMSTRONG,
Secretary.
Revelstoke, B. C, July. 24, 1911.
FOR SALE
1 Washstand and Dresser.
1 Three-quarter Bed complete.
1 4-foot Wood Bed and Spring.
1 Centre Table.
1 Small Air Tight Coal Stove.
1 Sheet  Iron  Air-Tight Wood
Stove.
1 Sideboard.
*Ever) thing in good condition,
Mrs. G. H. BROCK
Corner McKenvic Avenue and 4th St,
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One Night(Thursday), July 27
SHERMAN CLEVELAND'S
BIG MUSICAL SUCCESS
'THE HONEYMOON TRAIL"
30-Artists-30       20 Song Hits-20
500—Laughs—500
COMPLETE   PRODUCTION
PRICES, 501,. 7k cind $1.00 Only
, now Sllmg .'it Macdonald's Drug Store
A Word of Warning
Its only a matter of days now until the unsold portion of the 50 cent, issue of the British
Pacific Coal Company", Ltd. shares have been
taken or withdrawn from the market and the next
issue offered at 75 cents or $1.00 per share.
Trustee T. R. Morrow, so well and favorably
known, absolutely guarantees that the next issue
will not be offered at less than 75 cents per share
and that in all probability the price will be $1.00
per share since the development work of the property fully justifies such a price.
The British Pacific Coal Co., Ltd. controls
8,320 acres of coal land on Skidgate Harbor
Graham Island, only 80 miles from Prince Rupert
City, the Pacific terminus of that great transcontinental Railway, the Grand Trunk Pacific.
The property has been reported on by six
mineral coal engineers, all who have unconditionally declared the coal to be anthracite of the first
quality and present in large quantities. One seam
alone contains 36,000,000 tons, and there are six
seams in the property. In less than six months
time the coal will be offered on the local market.
Buy shares at 50c. today. In a few days you
make 25c. per share profit. You can buy 100
shares with $10 cash down, balance in 3 monthly
payments of equal proportion. Address your
application and make cheques payable to the Trustee, T. R. MORROW, at office of British Pacific
Coal Co., 124 Hastings St., West, Vancouver.
Mr. S. L. Bryant is in Revelstoke
at King Edward Hotel in the interests of Mr. T.  R. Morrow, Trustee.
Houses Moved and Remodelled
General Carpentry and Repair Work a
Specialty. Orders will receive prompt
attention.
J. H. MacBain
Phone 58
P. O. Box 112
Shaw's Sash and Door Factory
Manufacturers of Sash and Doors, Mouldings
and all kinds of Woodwork.
Get vour Screen Doors and Windows made to
Order.
G. 2). Shata,   -    Proprietor
Photos! Photos! Photos!
Get your Photos at the TRUEMAN STUDIO and
be satislied. ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
It will he your own fault if you accept anything
that doc-s not fully please you.
Baby Photos a Specialty
Developing and Printing for Amateurs. Priees
Right.   See me before sending work out of town.
A. D. Tourner
Trueman Studio
Over Macdonald's Drug Store
Scene in Second Ad oi' "The Honeymoon Truil" ut Opera House, Thursday, July 27th
GOURLAY PIANOS
High-Priced, But Worth the Price
Cill ainl Bee Ihem.   Let us Rive yon tl»'  reason
wh) theyare iin* inst iimi money can buy,
Edison Phonographs - Victor Gramophones
ALL RECORDS OF THESE TWO MACHINES KEPT
Agent for Gourlay. Winter &Iieeming's
Gherhard Heintzman and other noted
makers of Canada's finest pianos.
CT.   BI IN" G-IK.A. im:
I WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 1911.
the: nycjLiL-HiER^^iLr), revelstoke
WEDNESDAY, JCLY 26, 1911.
THE CANADIAN  BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., L.L.D., D.C.L., President
ALEXANDER  LAIRD,  GENERAL MANAGER
CAPITAL, ■ $10,000,000
REST, -   $8,000,000
TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES
Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce are the most convenient
form in which lo carry money when travelling, They are negotiable
everywhere, self-identifying', anil thc exact amount payable in the principal foreign countries is printed on the face of every cheque. The
cheques are issued in denominations of
$10, $20, $50, $100 and $200,
and may be obtained on application at  the Bank.
In connection with its Travellers' Cheques The Canadian Bank of
Commerce has issued a booklet entitled "Information of Interest to those
about to travel", which will be sent free to anyone applying for it.
REVELSTOKE    BRANCH — F. M. GIBSON. MGR
A235
MEN'S   AND   BOYS'   SHOES
The leather that goes into our shoes and the
men who make them can always be depended
upon. That's why our customers are always
satisfied.
Our harness is the very best. Dusters,
Whips, Trunks, Suit Cases. All leather goods
always in stock.   Call and see our goods.
ARMSTRONG   &,   COMPANY
Boot and Shoo Repairers,
Saddlers
Harness Makers
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INOORPORATEDgt855
Capital Paid Up $4,000,000
Reserve Fund -    $4 400,000
Has 77 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in ali the Principal Cities of the World.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS
At all Branohoa.
BANK    DEPARTMENT
Interest allowed at highest current rate
REVELSTOKE, 8. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT Manager.
IT SURE IS HOT !!
But is always cool at tho greatest health resort on
the American Continent
HALCYON HOT SPRINGS SANITARIUM
The Weal Plaee to upend thi' Summer Holidays.     Natural
Hot Water Baths, 121 degrees of heat.
Rales from $ 12 to $ 15 Fer Week
Write us for particulars,   Wm. Bovn, Manager
GET  WISEI
Have the Best!     It Pays!
You can get the best of
Everything in the line of
SMOKERS' SUNDRIES
At the Reliable Headquarters
McKinnon's Cigar Store
.
ASK THE DRIVER
Everybody knows him, he will
tei! you lhal Ihe whiskeys we are
Billing are Ihe hest. Call and lie
Convinced, No household should
he without a supply of our Harvey's Special Scotch Whiskey; our
Frapln Liqueur Brandy, guaranteed
ltd years old or Bluokbcrry Brandy
for Medlolnal purposes. Uur slock
of rhoice Wines and Liquors of all
kinds are unexcelled. Sold hy all
Ihe leading hotels, or telephone
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.. Ltd.
Importers sed Dealers in Pure Wines, Liquors, Cigars and Cigarettes
The Coldstream Estate Nurseries
VERNON. B. C.
Have a very line assortment of FRUIT TREES
< 'rnamental antl Shade   Trees antl Shrubs
Budded   Stock   a   Specialty
All trees offered for sale are grown in our own  Nurseries
tm the Coldstream   Estate
V. D. Curry, Geo. Matheson,
General Agent, Local Agent.
Vernon, B, C, Revelstoke, B, C
FTJRNIT
We Carry a complete stock of Furniture,
Carpets, Linoleums, Oilcloths, Etc. Get our
prices before purchasing elsewhere.
R. HOWSO
Revelstoke, B. C.
■HHOIHOI
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged   and Improved.    First-Class in every respect.    All modern conveniences
Larue Sample Rooms.
Rates $2.00 per day        Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
ORIENTAL HOTELS
suitably   furnished   with   the  choicest the
market affords.     Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
X.   ALBEET     STOHSTE      PROP
Lumb
umDermen
It will pay you to
make a. call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -   Revelstoke, B. C.
hefore buying yonr outfit i if working clothes
for the bush. 1 make a
specialty of Logging
Shoes, Pants, Sox, Shirts
Blankets and everything
required inyour business.
For Sale
25-foot  Lot  and  House, Third Street
$1(1(10.;
Three Lots on Second Street, near the
new Post Ofllce, $1260.
House and Lot near Y.M.C.A., $31u().
Two  lots  and   House, Third   Street,
$2000.
House and Lot, First Street, near the
new l'ost Office, $2100.
55 feet on Sixth Street, $700.
50 feet on Victoria Road, $550.
12 Kooni House, Second Streot, 50-foot
lot, $4500.
And oilier first-class values.
Call and investigate
W. B. Robertson
Great West Permanent Loan
Company Agency
Fruit Lands
FOR SALE
Galena Bay land? in parcels* of
10 or 20 acre*? or en bloc. Correspondence invited.
John Shaw. Agent,
Box 616 Arrowhead
E.   G.    BURROCE
Tinsmith Repairs, Hot Air, Pipe
and Furnace work
-WORK   8HOP-
Connaujjht Ave.   -   Revelstoke
TIME TO PLACE YOUR ORDER
F03 SPRI C PAITHNC
Let me paint your house right. I ilo
nothing but first-class work. Quality
considered my price is low. The best
materials used and work done when
promised. Try me on your interior
decorating. My work is guaranteed to
please.
SIGNS I can furnish you with any
kind you want. Glass, brass, tin, cloth
or wood.    Get my prices.
Carriage and Wagon Painting al my
shop in alley back of li. J. Bourne's
Store, First Street.
R. Z. CRAWFORD]
Residence 0or. 'M-A Si. and Koh*on av© i
Ii. B. STONEX
Practical..
Machinist
Repairs  ol all   kinds   neatly done
Bicycle and Gun work a specially
Estimates given ou auy clasB
of work
Front       Street.
UNION HOTEL
ARROWHEAD, B.C.
Special Attention given to commercial
men and tourists. First-class Ham pie
roomH. Finest scenery in British Columbia, overlooking Upper Arrow Lake.
W. J. Lightburne. Prop
< A POST CARD BRINGS
HELP FOR THE KIDNEYS
John Lee
Drygoods Store
Dressmaking and Jewelry
Hand-Painted China, Rattan Chairs, and fajicv
things. Ba'tenburg lied
Spread*-, Shams, Scarfs for
Dressers, etc
Removed to opposite  side
of Street from Central
Hotel.
Prices Roasonablo      P 0. Cox 203
Front St   Lower Town, Revelstoko
CEMENT BLOCKS
Mim a factor*! for nit cimm of  bnildlugi
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE CLAY AND FIRE  BRICKS
Fnr *aU In Iptk* <>r *mn\\ qraotlUsi
ai tht lowest prletoforotah
All kluri* of huiHIwr timi pliifUrlnff
udartakra
Foote & Pradolini,
REVIILSTOKE
GIN  PILLS SENT FREE
We want all sufferers from Kidnev
and Bladder Troubles, Lame Back and
Rheumatism, to test GIN PILLS, and
•ee for themselves that GIN PILLS will
really cure all these troubles.
If your Kidneys are weak—if it pains
you to urinate—if your back aches—if
hands and feet are crippled with Rheumatism—give GIN PILLS a chance to
prove that they will relieve you and
rare you. It won't cost you a cent. You
don't have to buy them. Simply write
us for a free sample.
"A short time ago, I received a free
sample of GIN PILLS which I have
taken with auch good effects that I herewith enclose 50c for a box of them. I
believe GIN PILLS are just the thing»
forme." Rioiaimi IIami.vn,
Frhnch Rivxk.
GIN PILLS are so called because they
contain the medicinal principle of
Juniper berries, the essential principle of
Gin, bat do not contain alcohol. 50c. a
box — 6 for J2.50 — at dealers, and
guaranteed to give satinf action or money
refunded. Sample box free if you write
na. National Drug and Chemical Co.,
Ocpt W ,    Toronto. M
The original
Oiu Hills made by
National Drugand
Chemical Co. of
Canada Limited,
Toronto, are sold
only in this box.
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mice   eilBJ    mutltllly    innl .ilnicril ■..    —
Apply J. H. Header, Vernon, B. C.
HOLVNAMES ACADEMY AND NOftMAL SCHOOL
si'ikam*. Wash,
CntftlnffUfl 11 nd KatPI "tt Application
Address 1    SiBTKn Hupkrioh.
KOH  BALK-TWO lots  Mit.   In  Nurth
Vancouver, $13,5 cash each,     Apply I
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Acbtog Premier Mitchell ot Alberta,
\ has heen In Ottawa urging upon the
government the  necessity of settling
tlio coal strike at Fernie.
Oalgary is infested with u hoard of
mendicants and hohoi's. The police
are getting after the gang.
Mrs, Anna Conrad was arrested ut
Lethbridge on a obarge ot raising a
cheque Irom $;i to $38, She was
given three months,
I lector Baxter, charged with selling
liquor in Oalgary without a license,
aas been allowed out on $2,000 hail.
Two big strikes an* said to have
iii-Mii made on Sheep Creek near Hoss-
lan.l. The Inland Empire mine is
also said to be doing well.
World New, World News World N
Reciprocity passed the U.S. Senate
by a vote ui :/,i to 27. The measure
however, cannot become law ,.n i!
Wednesday, as thc adjournment w,,.s
ii I II.at time.
W..J. Clifford, Tenth Royal Grendad
Iers,  Toronto,  Ont.,  carrijd  r fl    fhe
KniK's prize at llisley w.h .. s**, re i '
i>*. for the two stages.
A  pigeon marked H.W.,  l'Jll,    was
found at Stamford Hill, N.
A  carp  weighing  just  upon  7  lbs.,
vvas captured at     Richmond     Park,
London.
Citgarv automjbilts-is are o:
annual run from Calgary  lo
The rond is said to be    fairly
the  whole  Way.
llie.i
L'„! It.
good
Lord  Strathcona has donated f2f,-
iiuu  to  Calgary  University.
August   Jackson  was fined i'2iti) or
six months in default of payment for
serving   an   interdict   with   liquor at
Rossland.
Ucrry pickers are said to he responsible for a hush lire which did cou-
siileiahlc damage at Rossland.
W. II. Stewart who is wanted iu
Nelson on a charge of forging a
cheque,was seen in  Rossland.
The people of Cochrane have stu;
'•il  to  rebuild  their town after      tbe
recent  lire.
Kirein the Charlton hlock at Ayl-
iner did damage to the extent of
about  $25,001).
A employee of the Consumers' Has
Co. at Toronto, was roasted to
death.
The Jews ot Toronto are planning
to establish a summer resort of their
own.
The Berlin, Ont., sewer commission
has  heen  wiped out  hy popular vote.
■Mr. A. H. Macdonald, railway corn-
tractor, of Montreal, died in England
Dr. A. K. Vroomam was nominated
for the legislature hy tbe West Victoria Conservatives.
Miss Lineta llrownlee of Mississippi
jumped overboard from a canoe off
Sandwich  East for a  swim    und  was
drowned.
Pour young Niagara Kails people
had a narrow escape from death
when their motor boat became disabled above thc falls.
Bush lires nre reported in the l'.,rry
Sound district and a number ui barns
in Ontario were struck by ltghtn.i.g
and destroyed.
Sevan persons were up m police
court at l'rince Rupert charged with
gambling. The police say tiie practice is insisted in.
Ohinks arc allowed to do business
in l'rince Hupert on  Sundays.
A cattleman at Kordyce has died
from a bee sting.
Thc "angels" on Perth City Hall
bave i ,.st about $1,500.
It bus been ascertain that l.iOO
lishermen were at s>-a when the census of Aberdeen was taken.
The city Parish Council of Olaagow
have resolved upon  the ereceion ot a
colony   for  epileptics  at   Woodilee,
S'J men, N women, 6 boys and lour
girls were last year admitt,-d to tbe
Strathcona Pourhouse at A .eht'rnr-
der.
During ir, yiaiH Aberdeen oorpt r,,
tion bus loBt ou an average .$300 e.
M-ar mi its concerts.   They are to be
discontinued.
A man employed in lhe Heads* --.l
San,llii,le. Denny, was buried by a
heavy slip of sand and when dug out
iii>'   was  extinct.
iiie.it trouble Wai caused recently
on account of the tlielts ut telephone
wires in the district from Drumobapel
to the west of Dalmuir.
Free hot ks are to lie introduced t-.
Wishau * lii ill ifi ; the holiday*, \
notion '■• sbolllh In,me lessons was
defeated b| »u rotti to three.
A seven-year-Old boy at Orecnock
was severely Injured about the head
through falling Into a track court,
while lltdlog down a stair railing
there.
Leedl poilMiui twenty-eight purki
and pleuiurc groundi.
Great Humpton church, in wbich
John Hampden worshipped is to be
restored at a cost $3,000.
No cases of smallpox are now urd-
■ r treatment in any of the hospitals
Of the Metropolitan Asylums Board,
London.
A lad dived into the River Ouse
from a barge and was carried away
hy tbe swift running tide and disappeared.
"My wife is rather strong-minded,
and docs not consider me at all,"
pleaded a husband in thc City ot
Loudon court.
The Salvation Army grew out of
the establishment of a mission in the
Bast end of London by General Booth
.n 18G5.
Loudon bas a lady of the venerable
age of 108 years, who is still able to
walk to the postoffice for h-crold-age
pension.
Because there was no lettuce for
tea, a hoy, aged 17, of Hastings,
hanged himself at the shop where he
was employed.
Railway men have been granted per
mission by the Willcsden Council to
use a schirolroom for holding a history cla-s on Sundays.
A woman at Mantwick was sentenced to prison for a month for locking
her son in a coal hole and thrashing
liiin with a cow whip.
During l'JIU the number of outward
bound passengers from the t'nited
Kingdom exceeded the number of inward bound by 1,352,000.
A large number of trout have Ireen
poisoned in the Kden by tar which
was washed from the main road into
the river by the heavy rains.
A child of two and a half years,
while travelling with his mother fell
Irom a train approaching Byfieet station.     It expired  Bhortly afterwards.
A redstart has built its nest in a
train of coal, South Wales. The nest
is not to be disturbed until the little
ones have found their wings.
Chicago real estate reached a record breaking price by the purchase
of 25 feet of land on State street
for $25,000 a toot.
New York City contractors bave
built and enclosed with stone and
brick an 18-storey 5*6 x 76 foot office
building in 69 days.
Apoplexy, induced by violent grief,
caused ihe death of a Brooklyn women beside the coffin of her husband,
where she bad remained all night.
A ten-ycnr-old English lad named
Pollock arrived in Owen Sound from
London, England. He is looking for
his parents in Owen Sound, but so
far has not found them.
A negro regiment will form a portion of thc national guard of New
York State in the near future, according to a hill oassed by thc legislature.
Reginald Tale has been appointed
manager f,,r Sir Thomas Shaugh-
ncssy's estate at  Summerland.
The killing of fish with dynamite is
a common occurrence on many creeka
and rivern at tbe coast.
Eflorts arc lieing made to have tbe
government telephone line citended
Iron Fair-view to Rock Creek.
The hotel bars in Penticton close
at 10 p.m. on week days. There are
only two hotels in that town, aod
they  do an enormous  business.
During  the tirst  six   months of  toe
t   year,  buildings      valued      nt
    ■'•ic  erected  In  North  Vancouver.
Peaches are a poor crop at Keremeos this Beason, but although a
month  late  the  tomatoes       will    be
• •i> plentiful.
W. .1 lt.irli'tt, manager of Uw
Ida,i mure Enterprise Is an a visit to
Newfoundland, and other parts of
the cent belt.
U Hill    has a  fine peach    ar-
''hard at Osooyos, and will ship hie
produot to Nelson tbis season in bond
via  Oroville.
It Is rumored ihnt a railway may
be built from Plncher City or Cowley,  through  the     North    Kootenay
pass to  Elko.
Th.* t,label*, along tho stage roote
between Penticton and Keremeos
charge travellers 25 cents for a small
basket of strawberries.
There are 12 men employed at
Alex. (1 ..l.lsmith's road camp, and
tbe Kaolo Kootonian state* that
they get uway with as much gruh
aB 30 mtnen. WEDNESDAY, JfLY 26, 1911.
THE MAIL-HEBALD, HEVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 1911.
WANTS DUTY TAKEN OFT
Alberta fears Coal Famine and
Applies to Government
Calgarj. Vita J ily 21 The Do
minion government will be asked by
the cil ■    * iai i   *: tra le ol Oal -
gary to at once s ispend  I he     duties
on coal enl     ng ;' om      tbo
United States I i a period •■■; six
months. A * ■ al irapei this alter
noon publishe . s ■ ttet from a Spok
ane coal *.*.**. containing the inform
jrtion tl .' ne were 100,000 tons .'I
coal availal * . i export to Vlbertn
and Saskatchewan during tbe next
two i * '■•** a joint meeting    ol
tbe  boai *    if trail'   and     repreucnta-
tives of lbe   • :..  h -1.1 iu the     after
.:        mim   i.- resolul Ion     was
pass ■. • efteel that the   govern
ment l>e memorialized bo suspend all
.: .• - n • * [or a period ot six
month rl ■ *• a.on was transmitted by * re i" Mayor Mitchell,
ich ' Is .. i* in Ottawa, lur submiss
. *:.    . the proper authorities
A resolution was also passed asking
ty * * mnussioners to ascei bain
at what cost coa could be obtained
m the i nite Si itcs, and endeavoi
to sei ure i educed rates irom tin
boundary ti all points in Alberta,
Saskatchewan  and  British Columbia
NELSON COWS DISEASED
Nearly Fifty Per Cent Intecteo
wnn Tuberculosis
Nelson, July 22.—OI the 260 head ol
e.,;ta*  ,n Nelson  dairies  which      have
tu [ai   been  submitted  to the  tuber-
■
calm test for tuberculosis by Dr. B.
D. IMey ol Vernon, provincial government veterinary inspector, no less
than 121 hai e pi ove I to be infected.
"In all my many years experience,'
said Di i sit ;• lasl night "1 have noi
met with .-neb a high percentage ol
diiwased cattle. At Lindner on the
coast, l I .■■■■'• the number ol animals
infected witl I iberculosis exoeptiou
ally high, but the conditions there
were lal   bettei  than in Nelson."
At every dairy which lias so i.ii
been inspected a.Ui one exception one
ol tht '      animals has been kill
, . ; * presence of the disease de
monstrated to the owner, 'ibe remain
.:._• * al • pi .. which the embargo
Is placed * . Ing pi ool that    thej
an its ted with tbe bacilli, an*
kept apart liuin othei animals be
lore be :.-• ■ led. In. Slsley then in
sped.-, the meal and il he considers it
ht    tOl li     it *"   >      1  "
the  iuti
"Thew ..*. no danger from eating
.,;.> mei ' .*• h * b has been bo passed,"
night, as .: any g.'rms
an uli killed directly
t;.e meat is * >oked, A tempei
ol 150 degrees is sufficient to kill all
tubei . ■: ms,  and anv       menl
• bat ..- * ■ oked .» brought above
I eat.    !' * ing point ol watei  Ioi
* thut the
flesh *..:■'■ * iiiii*:i cooked is
sa!. en
i ticallj   completed my
:  tht  germs     in
milk   s con
ten.cJ  ::.•*  publn   ma]   bow   n*st  as •
.  that   it   Is  tree of   tubei
germs. in. Uley.
ARE YDU ENUMERATED ?
If Not, Report Direct lo Ottawa
at Once
Ottawa, July 24.—The newspapers
have been reporting omissions on the
part of enumerators nl the census,
especially In the large cities of the
Dominion, and notwithstanding the
care of the census offlco to enjoin a
performance of accurate ami full
work "ii tin* part of enumerators it
is possible that in Bome instances
persons and even Families have been
passed over. It is knov h at the ofllce thai many reports of omissions
are without foundation, and that
.- iierally   tbe   eiliiliicrat ii 11   has     been
.wll an.l fully made, although it is
yet too early tor ii liinil decision, The
[net Is thai bhe census "I a district
or enumeration area waa often not
completed when complaints were first
publicly made. The census office
earnestly desires that the name of
every man, woman and child in the
country, as well as all other inform-
alion        Called    tor   iu    llle        sell! .Illles,
should be recorded as the statute
and the instructions require. Bul
li st there should be an Inadvertent
omission on the part of any enn mer
atui*. tbe office respectfully invites
tbe en operation of bhe public for
tho completion ol a lull census, To
this end persons who believe or BUB-
;,ect. ili.it tbey have not been taken
are asked to notify the Ohtef Officer
ul the census at Ottawa, giving their
names, post office address, street and
number il residing in cities, towns
or villages, or concession anl num
her of lot ii residing in country places! betters containing Information
of this nature are postage free, and
if it is found that such persons have
not been enumerated l*n the returns
made to the census office means will
nl mice ire t*nk, n to remedy the de
i ets through the local officers ofthe
i ensue wbo were employed In the
work anil who are responsible if any
mistakes   have   been   made   ill        their
i ■sportive enumeration  areas.
fore most of tho towns in the pro
vince, In the Kustern Township particularly, will be provided with am
pie, eilici'i'nt ami cheap electric energy
DROWNED IN LAKE.
Nelson, duly 23.—Andrew Berry, SO
years of age, was drowned one mile
north of St. boon Thursday about
noon while with two other men he
was towing a small raft loaded with
bay (or a logging camp which they
were workiii!.' for two miles north.
Berry was Heated iu tbe rear of tbe
rowhoat paddling, when suddenly he
jumped overboard into tlie lake. De
ceased leaves a wife and three children  in  Richmond,  Vermont.
WANTED—General Blacksmith, at
once.     Apply Palace Livery Stables
Registered Pedigreed Collies, I have
for sale two males and two females
two months old. Particulars on
application.—F. N. Roberts, Arrowhead,  H. C.
KOR SALE—First Class Dairy Cows,
tbis is a good opportunity for families lo own a cow and get pure
milk. Uevelstoke Meat Markel
Family Butchers,
VALUE oi' WHITE COAL.
Montreal, duly 24, The [ollowing
table shows the extent to which tbo
development ol water power has pro
i* M.ied so far in Oanada,
Province Investment  H.P.
British Columbia  .  fi iv: I'.':;."■'**a 194,316
Alberta        0,425,000    81,700
Manitoba      14.l7U.nuii    68, lOfl
New     Brunswick    ...       836,000   36,792
Nova    Scotia           370,500      2,137
nt ,, , 84,165,100 801,536
I      B.   Island   ... 10,1  44
iMicbee      70,872,100 563,156
Saskatchewan      386,000
According      to    the   above.   I HI nl lo
leads Quebec  ay  about   250,00(1 horse
power production, but it will not lie
long belore thesi   fig u      w ill mat i
ially change il present plans do not
miscarry.    troun-d   Montreal   work   it
I ring rushed  night   an.I  day  on  ■-•■■.
rial  wat* i   powi i   dcvi opmenl
when  complete
,, Uy U, ijia bee'   gitind -
At  a  specln    ■
holders ol tbe SI* I
I'ower i
I..,* offices •■'■   Mi m
the president   I
Ca   tell*.    i
I.,.*   Si..'
'...*,I 'I''*
'
IV First-Class Milk Cows
Four Heifers
OneHolsteiti Bull
Horse and Buggy
.Milk Wagon
Two Cutters
Two Sets of Harness
All dairy appliances.
APPLY TO
A. G. CARLSON
NOTICE
lievelstoke   Land   District.
District   of  West Kootenay.
Take notice that 1, doslah Hack,
of Kevelstoke,. H. ('., occupation hair
dresser, intends to apply for iter
mission te purchase tin* following described  lands.
Commencing nt a post planted at\
aboul th.' south-cast corner of Hurry
Johnston's application to purchase,
and running nortll [oity chains,
thence east sixty chains, tbence south
forty chains, thence west sixty chains
along lhc Lake shore t" point of
commencement and containing three
hundred  anil   twenty acres  more      or
less.
Dated  duly  17th,  191b.
JOSIAH   HACK.
Fire Alarm Boxes
NOTICE.
Hevelstoke Land DiBtrict,
District of West Kootenay.
'1'ake notice that I, Harry Johnston, of Arrowhead, 11. C, occupation Merchant, Inteuds to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described   lands:
Commencing at a posi planted at
aboul three hundred yards south of
Creek on sand point aboul. two miles
north of Capo Horn on Opper Arrow
Lake, running twentj chains north,
thenoe eighty chains cast, thence
twenty cbains south, thence eighty
chains wesl along the lake shore to
point of commencement and containing one hundred and sixty acres more
or less.
Daled   July   10tli.   IUI.
HARRY   JOHNSTON,
CORPORATION OF THE CITY
OF HEVELSTOKE
Signals are given thus1. 2 strjktu,
nterval 5 seconds—4 strokes, Box
4. No. ot box will also be shown
n  indicator at Fire Hall.
FIRE BIUtiADE  NO.  TWO.
Box No. 14—Corner First street
nd McKenzie avenuo, C. B. Hume
ti. Co.
Box No. 15—Corner First street
ud  Hokeby  avenue,  post office.
Box No. 115—Coruer Second street
and Government Road and Opera
Icuse.
Box No. 17—Coruer Third street
nl Campbell avenue, Ulobe Luna-
■nr compauy.
Box No. 18—C.P.R.  station.
Box No. 24—Corner Fifth street
nd McKenzie avenue, Catholic
hurch.
Box No. 25—Corner Sixth street
nd Orton avenuo, W. A. Foote,
Box No. 26—Corner Fourth stroet
nd Townley street, coruer south
rack.
Box No. 28—Corner Socond street
ud Robson avenue, MrB. Bakor.
Box No. 34—Fire Hall No. 2.
Box  No.  35—Hospital.
Box No.  36—School.
FIRE  BRIGADE NO.  ONE.
Box No. 44—Fire Hall No. 1.
Box No. 45—Front streot west,
ear C. P. R. bridge.
Box No. 46—Corner King and
louglas streets, Palace Meat Market.
Box No. 47—Corner Second and
Vales streets, back ot court house.
Box No. 48—Corner Third and
jhas. streets, Cowan block.
bignal for practice—not leas thai
lx  (6) slow strokes.
Cne (1) Indicates line broken ot
re out.
UNDER   ENTIRELY
NEW  MANAGEMENT
St. Leon
Hot Springs
Hotel
Tenders Wanted
Sealed Tenders addressed to the
undersigned will be received at tlle
City Hall. Revelstoke, B, 0., up to
noon, August Ist, 1911, for the material and construction of a six foot
pipe line at the City Power Works.
Plans and specifications on view at
the Cilice of the City Clerk.
The lowest or any tender not
necessarily accepted.
BRUCE   A.   LAWSON,
City Clerk.
/The Envy
of her
Neighbors
is the woman whose kitchen shines with a handsome, roomy range—whose
face beams with the satisfaction afforded by a perfect cooking equipment.
Pof every woman wants  a ilood stove.    Whether she docs her own
Tu ABOUSH SUMMER
Montreal,   ■ ' * ■ '
will be I tht   world to
t*f i *. *    . iring  ti.*
mer     m nth     - Boon as an e:'.
■•stem io .   this result
.a •   m|
ive Vi
flve      laj
eti iti ms
..u ..-.-;'   ' 'i
>
tent I
mm: le
;-*...-
-  ■•.
to I.
.     .    *   .
'
Nom .  .. Um ' '■■ '
ci tr.p  tbat it
*
'
.,•  least fifty lollars    , 1
, * .
■
I*;-.. rj      i ij
ii *if ret "!
about I rt}   P
Moreovei    prncl       • • n I      ol
buatt the eflect   t
slacki •'  . '•'
would ■ ,,!'"''
Hie sumtnei along eJiu tly  tbt      amo
t,      largei        e,    aa
■
office buildings in winter,
The f the pritbli in ins of
courte not yet  ■ a worked "'it. but
its    ,* tit.i.   val ■ ' cents
makes its  nil mate an ■■ il i «tn In
rle
■
i
'
■
*
'
■
"   "
*    p
'
ccoVini nr not, she
nre rrt*rftred nn it.
• h i"* t.
latufiei that
bor's en-, v. Guruey-
ranges  cirrv every
ei ts the meals that
and feels a pride in
CURNEY • OXFORD
justifies the neigh-
O»ford stoves and
known feature of
omy end control
with some of I ice that are exelui
{er of t'ae fire going out
between mei - . mizcr will hold the heat at a low ebb
■ ea tarn lha handle, nnd yonr it        is hot in a jiffy.
fuel to the actual extent
• •I one ton in six.
THK DIVIDED FLUB STR;P is the envy ol all  somen who hake.
It guldt dully alonj k and fr ml i.i lhe oven.
Let - - "te these ai* et r,f thc Gurney-
Onford line,   We bave stoves for every purpose. every fuel, and a variety
UWRENCE HARDWAKt GO., LTD.
It  trill  cost  n million  dollars      to
. nia  the  lowei  Okanagan valley,
when  thii  , *   I"'im Okanagan      Pall
.md KaiTvicw will become  prominent
town*.
Clean Milk I
Get your Milkman to produce a Government Certificate like the following:
No. 1930
Contagious Disease (Animal) Act
Grade  B. Certificate
This is to certify that I
have inspected the premises
and herd of T. Lewis, of
Revelstoke. The premises
do not strictly conform to the
condition set forth in the
'standard,' and the herd has
heen tested for tuberculosis
once a year and has been
found free from that disease.
REMARKS: Cows are in
good shape and milk handled
in a sanitary manner.
(Signed) Dr. B. R. ILSLEY,
July 3rd, liill-        Inspector.
Note :—The only fault with
the premises is that while
the "standard" calls for
SOO cubic feet of space for
each animal, whereas our
stable only contains a little
over 700 cubic feet for
each animal.
Hot mitieriil Initlis especially recommended for invalids and those in need of
toning up.
Exclusive liuths provided lor ladies. 26
Private Rooms handsomely fitted up,
Rates $1.50 to J2 per day, or $10 per
wick.
H    COUSINS,   PROP.
H. W. Edwards
Pioneer  Taxidermist
of The Kootenai
/ u<as the first that ever burst
Into this silent land.
To mount the head of caribou
Or grizzly bear so grand.
lh k. F,
Bear Rugs Mounted
REVELSTOKE, - B. C.
P   O.  BOX 31
Fruit and Vegetable
Boxes and Crates
Our Box Factory is now running and
wc are iu a position to supply all kinds
of Iruit and vegetable boxes and crntes.
Those who have not already sent us
their orders Bhould do sc at once ns they
are coming in Inst, antl we would like to
deliver all orders iu good time' Our
boxes are equal to any on the market
and prices can he had on application to
S. McMahon, Revelstoke, or to
THE KERNJIBHAN LUMBER COMPANY, LTD.
Salmon Arm, K. C,
Plants for Sale
Strawberry Plants
$1.00 Her Hundred
Cabbage
Tomato
Pepper
Asters
W,  11.   POTRUFF
Phone 56
KOOTENAY     LODGB,  No.
aud A. M.
Regular meetings are held ln MASONIC TEMPLE), Oddfellows' Hall
on the Third Monday in each month
at 8 p. m. ViBiting brethren an
cordially welcome.
ROBT.  GORDON,  W.  M.
W. B. ROBERTSON, Secretary.
SELKIRK     LODGE 12,  1, O. O. F.
Meets every Thursday evening in
Selkirk Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting
brethren  cordially invited.
K. G. MeRAE, N. G,
JAS.  MATHIE,   Secretary.
COURT     MT.     BEGBIE,   No. J461.
OB' I. O. V.
Meets in I. 0*. O. P. Hall next to
Tapping's Opera Houbc every second
and fourth Monday in month. Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.
G. W. BELL, C. R.
WM.   S.   CAMERON,  Rec.-Seo.
GOLD RANGE LODGE,      K.  ol    P.,
NO.  2(i,   HEVELSTOKE,   B.   O.
Meets every Wednesday except   the
Third Wednesday of each month     in
Oddfellows' Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting Knights are cordially Invited.
J. Y.  SIMPSON, C. O.
G. H. BROOK, K. ol R. & S.
M. ot F.
O. W. 0. W.
Mountain View Camp, No. 22f.
Meets Second   and     Fourth Wednesdays    in each month in    Selkirk
Hall.     Visiting Woodmen are
cordially Invited to attend
H. W. EDWARDS, Com. Com.
JAMES  McINTYRE,  Clerk.
HARVEY, McCARTER
AND PINKHAM,
Barristers, Solicitors,  Etc.
Imperial Bank Building Revelstoke, B. C.
Money to Loan.
Offices—RovsUtoke,    B.   O.,     and
Cranbrook, B. C.
Geo. 8. MeCarter,
A. M. Pinkham, J. A. Harvey,
Revelstoke, Cranbrook
ROBERT BM1TH.
Provlnolal Land  Buveyor,
Mining Surveyor,
Engineering
McKENZIE AVE.,
BOX   106,   REVELSTOKE.
Milk sold in Bottles at 11
quarts for $1; Hotels 25 cents
per gallon.
THOS. LEWIS.
/ I.0N/AGA COLLEGE 13] J
Conducted b* Lhe h m\\   father* aa »
lioardinR and (lay Rchoo). onlora upou it«
fil.ili'*' year with |l " cil *• *■"  record nf
, : vi •    and   u'i*- •,   in It* proacnt
I  timi lomnfttit. with n** piimplote
loir of minp'donl urofR* >ur* and i'~ up*U>'
i .-,   . ipi! pn lent,   ll    ilP i • loday ih" beal
, |i i,     *r an)  hi -i It tit lot i in
|.| ■   ',..,   |,W0 l       Kllll   i   lIltglHUl  ImkIi ncoool
.uni romim mini i nui •■ ■   .ii ■" prepuiator)
Ioi  y ner  Ktiidenta     I*oh1
m ..ni' i.t   -it;    I''.ill Lortn open ■ on
:i| i    ( itfllngue  nn  application
kanu V* ■« i .i'> lo
I IRS I-II ASS
SHOE SHINING
and Office Cleaning
Pei ' • liiny: theii oflTn ea
iii   tore* ' leaned < hii  «1" bo
. 'h i   n% ordei    il
Morgan's
Barbershop
The Russian Dana- in "Thc Huncymtion Trail," Opera House, July 27th
FOR BALK Bli Dairy Cow*, iiIh.. l
thoroujbbrod boar ttaree mnntlie old
■ Apply Mm. L. Martiu,  jlcumouii.
u. 0,
NOTIOE
Hevelstoke  Luud  District.
District ■*..    ^Vnst Kooteuay.
Tuke uotice tbat Heury H. MeVity,
ol Hevelstoke, Ll. C, occupation, uc-
countuut, intciuiB to upply lor per-
miuslou to purcuase Uie lollowing Ue-
Bcrlbed luud.
i ..inn ni n*i ii c ut ii p.'SL plant uu
on tlie oast lunik ol tbe
Columbiu river ut tbu nortb-euut
coruer ol Lot S.llllA, Group Oue, Kootenuy District, uud Diurked "Henry
H. McVity's Soutb-WeBt Oorner
Post," tbence eust 4I> cbuius, tbence
uortb uu cbuius, tbeuce weBt i"
cbuins more or less to tbe east buuk
ol tbe i'n Inin.. ia river, tbence uoutb
ulong tbe east buuk ol tbe Columbiu
river 811 cbains more or less to tbe
poiut ol comiuenoemeut, coutuiuiug
320 iiiTi-ii. more or less.
Duted Muy ll.tll, 1911.
HltlNHY  H.  McVITY.
Per Cburles Kobbius,    Agiul.
NOTICE.
Kevelstoke  Lund District.
District of   West Kootenuy.
Tuke notice Hint Editb Q, MeVity,
ol  Hevelstoke, B.C.,  occuputiou  ninr-
t'ied   woman,   intends  to  apply       Ior
permission to punbuse tbc   [ollowing
[described luud.
Commencing at a post plunted on
tbe east huuK ol lbe Columbia rivet
su clonus uortb irom tbe Nortb West
I Corner oi Lot Mul A, Group Oue, Ko-
lotetiuy Distrii I, mid murked "Lditb
G.     McVity's      rtoulb-Wcst      Corner
,1'oBt," thence oast 40 cbains, theuce
north SU chains, thenco west 4U
more or less to the eust buuk ol tne
Columbia river; theme south   ulong
! the eust bunk ol the Columbia river
su (hums more mlcss to the point
ni commencement,    contuining     uzo
acics more or less.
Dated May llith, 1911.
EDITH 0. McVITY.
Pel    Charles   Hobbins,     Agent.
TBNDHRB WANTED.
Tenders will l-e received up to July
Uth, l'Jll. Ior the erection ot u station nt. Ta!t, II. C, Ior Canadian
Paolflc Hallway Company. Plans uud
specifications can be bud ut olbce
of thc undersigned.
M  . K. McQUAKHllS,
HcBidcut Engineer,
i   Uevelstoke, July 5, 1911. t.dl
NOTICK,
CKRT1FICATK OF IMPHOVKMENT.
Coronation Y.H.U, aad North titar
Mineral Claims, situate in the Trout
bake Miuiug Division of West Ivoot-o-
aay District. Where located:—On
KapiJ Creek.
Take notice that I, O. B. N. Wilkie
acting as age«t for Cutler Thomas,
Porter ol Spokane, Wash., U. 8. A.,
r'ree Miuer'a Certilicate No. B 94976,
mtend, sixty duys from date hereof,
is apply t0 the Mining Kecorder (or
a Certificate ol Improvements, for the
purpose of obtaining a Crow» Grant
of tbe above claims.
And lurther take notice tbat action
under sectioa 37, must be cotnmenoed
belore tbe issuance ot such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated thiB 27th day ot April, 1911.
O. B. N. WILKIE.
NOTICE
Hevelstoke  Luud District.
District ol  West Kootenuy.
Take uotiee that Murie Scott, of
Nelson, B. 0., occupation murried
womuu, lutends to upply for permission to purchuse thc following described lunds.
Commencing at u post planted 80
■•hains west trom the S.W. Corner of
Lot 8148 und runuiug Uorth 8b cbains
eust 80 chuius, south 811 chains, west
80 cbuius to poiut ol commeuoement,
being Murie Scott'B South West Coruer Post.
Duted Muy 15th, J911.
MAH115 SCOTT,
Per J. H. Pecney, Agent.
NOTICE.
Certificate of Improvement.
Wakefield, Helen, Colorado, Del
Norte, Del Hey, San Juan, Delta,
and Marguerite Mineral Claims, situate in the Lardeau Mining Division
o*! West Kooteuay District. Where
located;—ou Mohawk Creek.
Take Notice that I, A. H. Green,
acting fts agent for John K. Heary,
Special Pree Miner's Certilicate . No.
381-0, ialcnd, Bixty dayB trom date
hereol, to apply to tbe Mining Recorder for Certificates of Improvements, for tbe purpose ol obtaining
Crown Grants of tlie above claims.
And further take notice ilint action
under section 37, must he commenced
hefore the issuance of such Certificate
of luiprovementB.
Dated this 20th day ol October, A.
D., 1910.
A. H. OHEEN.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Lund District
District ol West Kootetui*.
TAKE   NOTICE   tliMt' I, .Sitttiuel  W,
Ralston o( Harrisonburg, Virginia, occu
patios Photographer, nm-nils to apply
tor permission to purchase the (ollowing
described lands i
Commencing at ■ posi planted adjacent to tbe southwest corner ol Lot smh,
tbence north 80 chains; wist 40 chains;
south 80 ciiains; .east 40 chains to point
ol commencement nml containing 320
ime*. more ot less,
SAMUEL VV, RALSTON.
Jhiiics l'isher Agent.
Listed Juuc Uth, 19U. WEDNESDAY, JULY 2C, 1911.
THE! nVLJ^IL-IHIIEIR^ILaD.  REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, JULY 2S, 1*11.
See special window displays.
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. B- Jtume Si 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.
SLAUGHTER SALE
OF SLATER SHOES
This is open season for the stamped
price Slater Shoe. The manufacturers
have given us permission to cut the price
of certain lines of Slater Shoes, but this
permission extends for only two weeks
commencing on the 15th of this month.
* The -Seal or Certainty "
' THE p
'SLATER |
I SHOE I
xreff.-r.-'r-'- ii
Goodyear. Welt 6ewh
Certain lines which are almost sold out,
odd sizes and Oxfords make up the lot.
Patent leather, vici-kid, and box calf are
all here on the table. Call and see them
or take a look at our McKenzie ave. window
Regular $6, 6.50 and $7 Shoes for $4.25
$5 and 5.50 Shoes for  -    3.65
$4.50 Shoes for
3.35
STRAW HAT BARGAINS
Don't forget that we must clear out this
lot before the summer weather ends. Hats
that will give you comfort and suit your appearance.    Keep cool under one of them.
Prices 25c, 50c, $1, $1.50
Children's Hats, both Straw and Canvas, 65c
Here Is Foot Comfort!
Worried feet cause half the ilia and
discomforts that harass the men and
women of our age.
The Scholl "Foot-Eazer"
is a remedy. It is a scientific arch support or
cushion that supports the muscles and ten-
donB and gives them strength to carry the
weight of the body at the foot arch.
It does away with all nervous and muscular
strain and quickly replaces the natural elasticity to the foot and prevents flat-foot with
its painful consequences.
Makes walking or standing absolutely comfort*
able, keeps shoes in shape and gives the instep a
graceful arch.
The Scholl "Foot-Eaier"ismade J
of two German Silver Springs, Ieath_
er covered, and is springy, flexible \
and self-adjusting to all tV
and can be easily slipped
into any shoe.
They do not
needtackingor I
pasting hut are"
easily changed
from one pair to another.
If you have any foot trouble whatsoever the
Scholl "Foot-Eazer" will give you instant relief
as well as rest and comfort.
All sizes for men and women, $2.00 per pair.
We are headquarters for foot comfort and the
Scholl "Foot*Eaxer" is one of the principal means
of conveying it to you.   Let ua prove it.
$2 per pair
FANCY HOSE BARGAINS
We are clearing out the balance of our
summer stock of Men's fancy hosiery at a
price. You will find just what suits you in
this lot. Plain browns, grays, wines and
purples, in silks and lisles. Clocked and
embroidered lisles, purples, browns, tans,
and grays,    (tegular (iOc. and 75c. values at
45c. per pair
X House Furnishings
Tapestry Squares
We have in stock a very choice
line of these squares in greens, fawns,
and red effects. Choice new floral,
Oriental and Medallion patterns at
prices which should commend them to
the buyer.
Size 6.9x9—$8 to $10.50
"    9 x 9—$11 to 16.00
"   9x10.6—112 to 18.00
"   9x12—120 and 21.00
"   10.6x12—$25.00
These Squares are splendidjvalue.
For balance of July  we are offering
10 per cent off for Cash
Bimgalo and Cable Nets
Our range of these heavy nets is complete with the new small patterns now
in vogue, as well as the fine allover
styles. We are showing these in
White, Ivory, Ecru antl Arab shades
45 to 50 inches wide.   Trice
20c. to $1  per yard
Pro Brussels Rugs
These are the newest and most popular Rugs for Bed room, Dining room or
Library, now on the market. The
strongest point in their favor is the
value. They are made to stand extra
hard wear, easily cleaned, have neat
artistic designs, and the price is remarkably low.
Size 9x9—$11.00
" 9x10.6—$16
" 9x12—$17 60
"    7.6x9—$9.50
10 per cent off for Cash during
balance of July
Linoleum and Floor
Oilcloth
Our stock of Floor Coverings are all
heavy Scotch manufacture, the best
procurable. A choice range of patterns
in printed and inlaid goods. 8, 6, 9,
and 12 feet wide.
Get Them at Hume's
FRIDAY BARGAINS
Here are some special little ripples
in the steady flow of good values
for Our Friday Bargain Sale.
Wash Goods
A mixed lot of muslin and colored wash goods, ginghams, etc., all
one price on Friday at
IOc. per yard
Towelling
100 yards of heavy Russian Crash
Towelling, 16 inches wide, pure linen
IOc. per yard
Bargain Dresses
A nice lot of bargain dresses, a
good selection of sizes, all good
washers and worth double the price,
selling Friday at
$3.90
Shirt Waists and Blouses
A big clearing of Shirt Waists
and Blouses, all grouped on one table
worth up to $3, for each
$1.00
AWNING SCREENS
Enjoy yourselves at home—put an
awning screen on the Verandah and convert it into a Summer Room. You don't
know how much real comfort you will
have out of your verandah until you have
protected it from the heat. Let us figure
this with you.    The awning stripe is only
35c. per yard
COUCH HAMMOCK
A strong, durable, Couch Hammock,
the acme of style, comfort and strong
wear. Steel 3pring, oak frame, can be
let down and stretched out as a hammock
$8.75
CORSET COVERS
Need a couple of Corset Covers? A
new lot of plain and fancy tight fitting
ones- Some with dainty embroidery,
others with dainty lace trim. A lot this
week at a special price
50 cents
UNDERVESTS
Misses' and Children's cool, cotton
Summer Undervests, with or without
short sleeves. Spring needle knit, pure
white
20c. each, or 3 for 50c.
X High Class Groceries TC
Summer Drinks
The hot weather season makes us dry
and thirsty. Let us talk of a beverage
that will quench our thirst and make
us think that after all it is not so hot.
Monserat and Nabob I,ime Juice will
do you justice. It is an desirable to
have in your home, as money in your
pass book. The more you lean on
their virtues, the pleasanter your Bur-
prise will be when you have used them.
Good Catsup—Cheap
During this week we want to make
it worth your while to como in and ask
us for a bottle of Burlington Tomato
Catsup. Vou may look at the prices
quoted in catalogues from all the different cities, but for a real good Bnap in
Cutsup we aro on the top. liurlington
brand for one week only at the very
small price of lftc. per bottlo.
Just One Week at 15c. per bottle
Hume's for Choice Groceries
Sugar
The housewife depends on us to give
her a Bugar that will give her no
trouble with her preserves and canned
fruits. We simply ask you to give us a
trial. We guarantee absolute satisfaction with our granulated sugar, and for
preserving qualities it is perfect.
Get Hume's Prices
Quick Pudding
It is too hot just now to cook puddings, pies, or pastry, when you can
buy for 15 cents a package of Quick
Tapioca, Custard, tir I hocolate. Vou
couldn't have a better article in your
house. They require no soaking and in
fifteen minutes a delicious pudding can
be made, ready to serve. The virtue of
absolute clfanliness is firmly linked to
that of evenness of quality in our
Quick Pudding.
Only 15 cents
Get Humes Prices on Groceries WEDNESDAY, Jl'IA   '21., I'.'l I.
THE l&AJLTi-ttttElJLZJD, REVELSTOKE
WKliNESDAV, JULY 26, 1911.
ilnetion  ol  Mi.   Morrow to llic  public \ SORTING DUSINESS.
i   i    a, mu* .1 ti, il   the mon *y ol    in ' 	
. istni's is in sa,,' hi,n*.l.-'. A  friend  nl    mine  in   America   I ild
Tlie ofllce here, II is proposal, will me of two I •**, who hnd tieea "«t
he one of tlir main distributing \ nutting'. When ■ Uwy had filled all bl*8lr
mini of the oiitpul of the mines, as pocketa thej desired to retire to
* mated that a btinkei system some tittiel Bpol to Bltare mil tbe
.'.M be organls-ml here. This coal has spoils;''so bbey determined bo go Into
heen proven to contain from 83 to 90 i the cemetery which was close by. As
per cent, lixed carbon. thoy climbed over the high wall two
r
Tla' EHlelity Trusl fi Savings Co.,
doing a general nasi and mortgage
business is opening a branch „i thoir
business in bhe same building, which
■ ;ll hr open fur husiness in a few
days.
t'AUIAtn 'S   POPULATION
REID *
JN^
■MWli«V«UI
THE CITV IN BRIEF
f[e[U, |  Bali   foi   om   week al    Mc
an .v Co.'s.      e thclt  att\
Miss  Raj  ■      I   I ■   Rn8-. '•";
.      o tht    :itj    *ii, I   is    staj in ■
.  li.ll.-.er.
Miss  Elsie Hoolt y bus accepted   "
. : school     teacher   at    Mt.
* ir ila* coming term.
rtj!  i*.ll    I.'
,.i, *. Mm trels did it
. | : :!. ml tin'
1   Bight.
i'.  i',   \ ualie  letl   • a  Sunda
...   Jaw   t . join her bUBban I
... . ..,i  to  that poinl
tho t'.l'.U.
■ -. **,,,! :, ,,*i   ai ■
hospital. Twelv i
, in Camp '*'. one fi om
An owl '.l I aii*l one Irom Oomuplix.
"Is  • .-•■■   .•■..a.-  to bi oi ti is
■    a    .
\   *     ,i    **  hut      I"'*'
* .    rom his  us
ipply.
..   .-',,.lietl   hold*   ,i
,..    ■ ■*.    *   ',   Hall   to.
ingements Ioi   th
.1 to elect
i in *,.* year.
■   ii. ■    *.!. ,:
Monday      Itci
**,   h    ! Salmon   -trm
.    - .      n   Tl
Zf:.Tz>,w^*ivr»t&tz3m&8i.z.'*azxatca3iim***i'
warivs weather suggestions
Why suffer t\itii lhc h al * * it; . tbc warm weather
tlotit ■ youi own l>; I him  Alien  we will tleliver in you
evei    * ■     It Hri   *,. i   *'.,**  ,'ii !'•*.; h  ,it   ill kittils
ami .im ,|uai.i\ is out   motto,   we  feel   sure  a   trial
l M iii   '     VVllI   IIM Ml,      |      * ,    L'I        MM *'.i llll'*!  .
FRESH FIIUITS AIIO VECETASIE3     livhti daily,    Fresh
l.et'.i.iMi , v ucuittbei *. i'om '.'" Green < luioi **.
Strawberries, Cherri . ' uei itiuts, Pineapples,
' m .:m l.ein   m  .   i *    * ■    ; :    *.    i ■, it. mis.    As \t e
lai-  i      e in 'a     ;*"ii   wiil  always  find
them ■• '  ■ . fui.
i'he population nf Onlagry, accord
■ i ' tn Him census ia.-1 taken, is 43,
S70, Private Information to this of
feel was received from Oitawa this
morning Iiy t'. \. i iwens, nf tlia I.ainl
."•I iImih'i-.iI in.,* iniMiii iiompany nl
i 'alpary ami Ton nm. Mr. i iwens
li i- lhe beat rn' authority lm ilia in
: rmatlon he givea, ainl is convinced
tl*, it iris figures will be verified in the
•"-'1M.I.III1    .'1|J, * |'|.i|ll,.., Mill'     j ,.* | .>,;;. ,
i "wn is 39,7711, ' t 1*70 per con I., llic
" *■ ii.m i nf anj m i y in t lunada.
Wll \T DOES   I'HIS  MEAN  '
London,     England,  .Inly 25.     The
I .loyds'   nn Ian i iters  have  given   no
■■■ tiiat tln*y will in,i aceepl luliil
ii y fur war risks im ler Marino In
stirance contracts aftor August sth.
i'lie decision is believed to have been
prompted partly by tin' Moroccan
difficulty and partly hy ilm govern
meat's npprovtil . [ bhe Declaration ni
i ,omlon.
A. HOBSi
■V ,y.
Baker and Gocer.
,«Jssr.-tt*jijjuCMa«:r*«^?»,iH^.iM.,*tfs^**r.;-.*-*-M.T *.•.*.-,-:■ *s Eaatmanamtamanaxmnarxv&n
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the Old i     intt't
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: i* r.cn s fn I clas; land close in city, suitable
for either fruil or mixed farming Will sell in
lots from 5 acres up, * * i an i ere. Easy terms.
KOOTENAY AGENCIES LIMITED
The Alabama Minstrels ti ni*.lit in
the Edison theatre. Singing, tlanc
ing and refined come ly. Han.i and
orchestra  in  attentlanoo.
nuts (ell "ill o( the boy's pocket, In
stead nf 'going hark for them they
deckled in leave them lill last, when
they would have to return.
Bo they got to work dividing l.he
nuts, Iln' method used being bo take
ono in Ini'ii, one ol the hoys repeat,
tag "You'll take this, anil I'll take
that."
A short time nfter an old titan WaB
passing the cemetery ninl ho heard a
noise nn the othei' side of the Wall.
So he slopped an.l listened. "You'll
lake   Iln* ,   anil   lil   lake   thai.     You'll
take Iln i, and I'll take that." An.l
he was afraid, and ran hack lo llu*
village and snul to the firsl man he
miw. "Come to ihe cemetery, nod
ami lhe devil an* sorting out the
dead."
So they wenl liaek lo Iln* plaee and
listen, .!. Yes, still il wenl on.
"You'll lake Ilus, ,,nd I'll lake
thnt." Then suddenly the Bound
si oped, mid a subline,! voice added,
"And ilien lit t i's Hie iw., on Ibe
oihi'i*  side."
Tlie Btory goes Hint Hie seeoinl man
.'a.lily outran llie firsl ;n tlie rare lo
the  village.
u\ l'i;   Nl \GARA   IN   r.AKUKI.
Niagara Kails, July 24.—With the
police mi both sides "t the Niagara
Uiver on lhe watch lor him, Bobbie
l.earh, who announced his intention
of going over Horseshoe -fulls this al
ternoon in n barrel, was forced to
abandon   the  exploit.
Beginning to-morrow (Thursday) and continuing for
one week, we intend having a sale different from any
yet held, Every ninth rash sale during each day willbe
refunded in full, if tho slip is presented before August
10th. w'hether the Bale amounts to 5c., %h or $50, if thc
slip has ono of tho correct numbers we will give you tho
full nmounl back whon you bring it in.
Every slip will Ik- numbered each day, from 1 up,
and tin numbers 1 lo !■ will bo pul in a box and each
moraine a number will be drawn, and that slip having
tlio number of the previous day and every ninth slip
followit g ii will be redeemed in full. If :', .'hould be
drawn, than :!, 1'.!, 21, lid. antl s > on will be p. i I back.
if il 'lirild bo 1, then tiial slip and ID, in, I'S, etc.,
will be refunded.
The refund numbers will bo shown in our centre
v, indow each morning.
cTVlcLennan CSk Co.
I   •ry»MWt[*<n*iiV£l*''*«.**«, «**■**!
■ t'mtm*****,
>&,xs<.'-:,:jr*m:'smvim'«x8•: '■sx-vmm'isagiassaaessi.
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Huy your goods al McLennan & See McLennan & Co.'s advertise
Co.' and then get your money back, ment fm* particulars ol their Refund
s.i* their adv. Sale.
\ icinl, .Ian* '• and card partj will \ quid ivedding iok plac at the
1)0 lien! at St. Leon hotel on Datur residence of John Anderson, road-
day   evenin "■ Wednest terno
Mrs
vlted.
W.  i..
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tions, J ...
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.iJ'.iIhiim; il       *
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Nev        lened d.re ha
5ni M:r,agcr
The Great  Herutloii    I'ctiliiuil attraction --■ ii 1» Alabama Minstrel!
Kill * n Tl i .ire   To-night
l't
ali-
lcnr *">i|   so   is  horse  llesli,   but  light  running
wagons innl buggies arc cheap.
I'lu cvoluiiult ol lite I'm ni ami Ko.ul Vehicles has kept pace
with modern science antl now we arc olTcrittg
Ail Spring-Steel Wagons
fitted • ui witli perfect roller ln-pritig running near just us cheap as
llie oM fushiuned wuoilen   [ruined   wit^on.    They  run   lighter  ami
r.isit i mul wi iii   1* ii'.'fr.
These who purchased Lhem nre our moM snii:!inl customers.
You di.n't huve to tnke >-lt the wheels Lo Kreape tluin; thej are
dust pi oof caps and carrj a  much heavier lead lliau the ordinary
A full supply ol lun "i«- i f lhe newest makes also garden and
farm implements, ask as ahout lhcm<
First Ctrcct, West, - Opposite Tost Office
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REXALL  REMEDIES
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T. R. MORROW, TRUSTEE
Open Office at Revelstoke, B. C.
Inti    inter      ofthe large number of shareholders
ny, the trustee has opened an office with his
& Savings Co.,  Ltd., in their
ter of First Street and Connaught
i—all in shares should be made through this
to be disappointed"- -The  de-
the British Pacific Coal Co.,
<;..,•* ! . li" Bold at this price
the closing oul date of sale,
ess than l"i» shares   cash
•ai i,it iii three equal monthly
I'* ific Coal Co.'a property is mi
Ruperl <li ': "'i  bul 80
ii pro|K  I     one Beam
|. i*       ii car
,   , ,,:
ni   | iui ion  than "liter
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told.
. your B| | to
T. K. MORROW, Trustee
British Pacific Coal Co., Ltd.
Revelstoke. B. C.
ii'JW lout i\ m
IW Suit
Mode to Order
Our Sprinjr Samples for Suits and
Spring Overcoats just arrived.
We guarantee a perfect tit, style
ami well tailored garments at
fail und honest prices.
ftfcKinnon & Sutherland
Fit-Retorm Clothing - Foot-F.itc Shoe
V
Quality %Style and Price
"*t
When it comes to Bnappy clothes for
young men, we're here with the goods.
We have n big range of browns, grays
•nnl nii'i . Lhe proper colors and styles
for this season. There are many new
fabrics.
In the tailoring there are many new
features; coats shaped to fit the  figure,
nol (juite  o longj trousers nol quite so
* us. but just right to be graceful.
Prices. .-   $15 to $50.00
JtfcZae Mercantile Co.. £td. J
Revelstoke Plumbing. Keating & Sheet Metal to.
i>iin nllary « nk. Klectrlc Usbting, Hoi
n Itentinti and all kintli ol  Sheet   Mttal
r Cli
Prompt al It '".ill onler»,
Sec Our vShuw Room on Connciught Avenue
Pliotti No.—
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