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M1G I
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'Empire" Typewriter
For ease of operation and
perfection in results it is
unsurpassed.     Price   $(0
Interior Publisning Co., Agts.
"Revelstoke the Capital of Canada*s Alps"
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The Mail-Herald
ing Cards
A SPECIALTY
Interior Publishing Company
PRINTERS AND I'UBLISHKRS
Vol. 18-No. 59
REVELSTOKE, B. C. A.UGU&T lo, 1912
$2.50 Per Year
Pittsburgh Field Fencing with the Electric
Welti, makes it one solid piece of perforated
metal—the only fence that will stand up under
snow pressure   will not sag in Summer's heat
nor break with the cold in winter, no stays
to slip, no exposed ends to invite rust,—no
cleats to hold moisture, will conform to uneven ground, all Number 1) Wire, stays and
fence all the same size, made from open
hearth steel wire. The strongest fence made
to-day.    Let Us Show Vou the Goods.
HON. THOS. TAYLOR WILL
PERFORM DUAL CEREMONY
Date Fixed for August 21 St.—Old Time Basket Picnic
Will Be Enjoyed.—Details of Arrangements.—
Prominent Names Among the City's Guests.
ORNAMENTAL FENCES
Have you noticed the smart appearance of our
lawn fences,—see them all over the town. We
have the gates to match. Heavy wires, most
durable—good appearance.
IDEAL FIELD FENCING
To those looking for a cheap fence we can
offer this line-35 cents a rod up.
POULTRY NETTING
Good Stock.    All Sizes.    Prices Right
'i'lie iimi' toi tbe cornor itouc lay
iug ol the. new wing ni Victoria lms
pltali iuui tli" turning ol tht first sod
uf the Mount Revelstoko Motor road,
is now ileliniU'ly Hied (or the 2lat uf
August, word having bten received
Irom the Hon. Thomas Taylor, Min •
ister of Public Works, that he will
come to Uevelstoko (or thu special
purpose ot performing the ceremonies
on  tbat date.
Immediately on receipt ol tins in
formation, the entertaining commit-
too ot the Progress cluh, commenced
LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO.
Plumbing
LIMITED
Steam Heating
Tinsmithing
land, Hie oity counoil, 0, B, Hume,
President ol tht Board of Trade; Dr,
Hamilton, President Hevelstoke Pro
great Olub, T, Kllpatrlok, President
Revelstoke Hospital Board, J, p,
Forde, government engineer, ami tht
press.
The idea ol the procedure (or the
day is as follows:—The Corner stone
laying coremony will take place under the auspices of the huBpital board
of directors at 11:110 a.m. At 12 noon
the  s..-.   Uevelstoke      will     leav,.    tht
wharf for Oolumbia Park,   returning
and  leaving  on   the  Becond  trip     at
1:15.   The    ollicial   ceremony  of    the
active   preparations   for the  occasion. ' turning of tliu  lirst sod ot   the Mount
Invitations to attend the dual cere •
mony, have been issued to many  I'l"
minent guests, among others   it. P,
Ureen,   M.I'.   tor   Kootenay;   Mr.   liny
ter Reed, General Superintendent   v.
P.R, hotels; Mr. V. I.. Hutchinson,
Bupt, of Western hotels for the O.P.
It., with headquarters at Vancouver;
General Superintendent rcters o( the
t'.l'.U.; Mr. V.V. Busteed, Superin -
ten,lent of double track construction
O.P.R., with headquarters at Kamloops; Mr. Norman s. Rankin, pub -
lieity agent (or the O.P.R. t'olouiza -
tion Co. at Culgury; Mr. Elliott S.
Uue, publicity Commissioner o( Vuncouver. The local guests will include
Government Agent Gordon, Supt. ol
Itoails   Kd.   Trimble,   Muyor   Sutber -
Revelstoke motor road will bo performed   by   Hon.  Thomas Taylor     at
:i p.m. with appropriate speeches and
musical accompaniments, the Hon,
Gentleman also Christening the new!
road. Government Agent Gordon is
scheduled to speak on behalf of the
Progress Club, and oilier gentlemen
will  also take  part.
The occasion is to be celebrated by
an old lime picnic, tht public are cor
dially invited to attend, bringing
their own lunch baskets, hot water
being provided on thc grounds.
Sports and games will be Indulged in
and the beautiful natural surround-
ingji of the chosen picnic ground afford an admirable site lor open air
enjoyment.
ROBBED AT KAMLOOPS
Umpire Steals the Game Irom
Revelstoke
The lollowing is mi account ol tht
baseball gume at Kamloops on Wed
utsduy last, httween Itevtitf'.clve 0.1,
u. und the Kamloopa ball liuus, aa
seen by all impartial onlooker, und
given   to  tht  Mail-Herald   llnpoNi'i:
" Ont Of tht rawest deals ever lu.n
ded out in any sporting aggregation
wus   given   lo   the   Uevelstoke   <J P It.
bull team ut Kamloopa nu Wudnw -
day  lust.   The course work started ID
the   Bl'St  innings,    wheu  Wright   went
to bat and hit a beautiful three : ..g
gtr, which after some Hesitation the
umpire declared to be a tout hull;
this was not even a close decision, be
ing u fair ball by many (cct, and the
Kamloops catcher Mr. Munu, «l) > *: a
certainly in a position to jUdjfC the
play, described thc play as «b, olllte-
ly a (air ball. From tnis time on ll
was a progrtsslvt robbery, no cllort
being made to even attempt to cover
the process ot stealing the game, tt.c
umpire bunded out a scries of Walks,
on what wero obviously clear strikes
tho battci-B rubbed thoir arms and
fell down as tho catcher tti jk tbe
strikes, au.l were walked to tirst on
dead balls. In the nitictb Innings,
with Hevelstoke one run ahead, the
crowd began to leave their teats under tbe impression the game was over
but sat down again when the. innpirv
decided the Kamloops man at the
home plate was quite safe, although
he was two feet away trom the plate
when he was out. Uut thc climax
came, when in the eleventh, innings.
Wright made a line homo run on a
hit obviously (uir hy some thirty feet
ouly to bc ordered back by the umpire alter he had got right round tbc
BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
First St, Kevelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
DEALERS IN
Choice Groceries, Fruits, Vegetables
Fresh Roasted Coffees, Tetley's Teas.
Hay, Flour, Feed, Poultry Supplies.
Hardware. Sporting Goods, Miners' Supplies
AGENTS FOR
McClary's Kootenay Ranges, Furnaces, etc.
Sherwin-Williams Paints, Oils, Varnishes.
Canadian Oil Co., Ltd.. Gasoline and Oils.
PLUMBING       HEATING        TINSMITHING
Special Attention Paid to Mail Orders.
BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
First St., Revelstoke.    Telephone No. 22
(Continued ou Page til
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% Imperial Bank of Canada
Q Hoad Ottico   Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Subscribed -          6.000,000.00
Capital Paid Up -      -      6,000,00u.00
Reserve                - •                  6,000,000.00
Total Assets,       ■ -             $72,000,000.00
Blanches or Aleuts at all principal points in.Canada,
Agents iu Oreat Britain and United .Slates—London, Kngland,
Lloyds Bank, Limited. Chicago— First National Bank, Corn hi-
chaiiRRNational Bank. Seattle—Seatl! • National Bank, Santran-
ciBro—Wells Fargo Nevada National K.iok. Spokane—hxchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of $1 and upward, received, and interest allowed at
curreut rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch-A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
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Duke of uonoaiiojit's Visit
His Honor tlu> Lieutenant-Governor hits received u despatch from the
Military Secretary to His Royal
Highness the Duke of Connaught,
Qovernor-Ueneral ol Canada, setting
forth the programme of tbe tour of
lliu Royal Highness m uritish i\,i
umbta during September and uc ■
to]>ef next. Tlte following places
will  he  visited:
Kamloops—;) p.m. to 6:15 p.m., on
the 17th September.
\ ancouvei ;s p.m. on the ISth Cep-
tember to evening ol 20th.
New  Westminster On iUst   Sept,
Pi Inee Rupert—11 a.m. on 28rd ol
Beptember to evening of -5th i In •
eluding a possible viBll to Hanoi ton.)
Nanaimo—11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the
:17th September.
Vernon—Morning of 4th October to
ll a.m. on Bame duy.
Penticton—4 p.m. on Ith October to
5  p.m.  on  5th.
Robson via Arrowhead—7 p.m, to
9 p.m. on tlth October.
Nelson—Morning of Tth October till
noon on sume duy.
Kootenuy Lauding—C p.m. on 7tb
leaving early uext day.
^"CLASSIC
n SHOE
A Shipment of this Celebrated Brand of
Footwear just to hand. All this Season's
Shapes.    A full range of sizes.
Mrs. A,G, Crick, • First Street
TIRED ?
.THEN A CUP OF
"BELL BLEND TEA"
will refresh you with its bright, spicy
flavor and frngrnncy. Sold in 1 lb.
lend packages.
Price, 35c, 40c. and 50c. per Ib.
O. W. BELL
P.fO. Box 208 QROOER & BAKER Phono No. 23
Cost $5
,uuu,uuu
Revelstoke,     Aug.  8—A   prominont
ollicial ol tin; Canadian Pacific railway assure,l your correspondent that
work would shortly tie commenced cn
the double tracking of the main line
east ot Revelstoke. lt is expected that
over lCKl'i iiiiui will tie employ.id m.
tins work between here und Kogers
I'ass before thi* snow files au.l that
much of the rock work will Is1 continued during the wlntet  months.
The plans for double tracking of
tbe main tine on this district bave
been completed und the rust  given In
the estimates la approximately tlve
millions of dollars.—Kumloops Standard.
C. P. R. OFFICIALS
CLIMB MT. REVELSTOKE
GREEN  VEGETABLES
Green Peas, per lb   .. 10c
Green Golden Wax Beans, per lb.  10c
New Celery, 2 lb. for             25c
Cherries, per basket 60c
Raspberries, 2 boxes for  25c
John McIntyre & Son
First Street.
Telephone No. 93
Mr. Allyn O. Seymour, General Travelling Passenger Agent
C. P. R„ Guest of Progress Club in Trip Over Route of
Scenic Auto Road.--Wonders of New National P"rk
Seen On the Trip.
PIANDS PLAYER PIANOS
Sheet Music and till kinds of
Small cTVlusical Goods
Call and Inspect
Music Store, McKenzie Ave,
Postmaster Killed
Andrew Boa Smith, postmaster ut
Ducks, was Instantly kiflcd ubout to
o'clock lust night at tbut place when
he was struck by the engine of the
second section ot No. Ill as it pulled
iuto thc station. Smith was sittiug
half asleep, it is said, on the platform close to the track on some mail
sacks which he had just brought in
from Orand Prairie, fie wus awakened suddenly by tbe noise of tbe train
as It pulled in and in his coudusiou
stepped directly ,n front of the moving train.
The body was brought to tne city
lgBt night anil taken to OordOD'l undertaking parlors. An inquest was
commenced at 2:30 this afternoon by
Coronet  Dr,   Archibald,
Mi. Smith uas well known In Kamloops, having been employed here by
Jobn  MHI  tone ago. lie was
■i | yean ol .,, b and «as boi D In
Lachute, Quebec. He Is survived by
a widow uud seven children. The
funeral arrangements havi not >et
been announced.—KamloopB  Bentluel,
Mr. Allyn (). Seymour, general travelling passenger agent of the C.P.R.
representing Mr. Ushor of the bead-
quarters Traffic department, Mon teal,
.,t tbe request of, the Uevelstoke Pro
grc«s Club, visited this city on Pri
day, August tlth for the purpose ol
getting authentic Information respecting the desirability of erecting a
Chalet on lbe summit of Mount Uev
elstoke,  at   tlie terminus of the scenic
auto road.
Mr. Seym,.in reached Uevelstoke on
Friday morning, and was met by Ur.
J. II. Hamilton, president of ihe Progress Club, and preparations were
Immediately made for the ascent of
tbe famous peak. At il a, m, the
putty consisting of Mr. Seymour, O.
It. Mucdouuld, Mr. U. Cordon, Dr.
.1. ll. Hamilton and W. ll. Horobin,
left the Hotel Uevelstoke, mounted
and suitably equipped for the work
before tbem.    ii wus a beautiful sum
mer morning, and everyone wus iu
the highest spirits. Mr. i'.u. Muo-
donald, who has made tbe trip uu
many previous occasions, acted us
guide. 'I'lie ascent was made In a
leasurly manner, to enable the magnificent series ol views which unfold
ed as the party climbed higher and
higher, to be carefully appreciated,
umi in order tbut photographs might
be taken from various vantage points
overlooking the valley. The uiniiut
was reached at 1:20 p.m.,and chief
cook   Cordon,   insisted   by   bull  cooks
Macdonald ami Hamilton, busied
themselves witb the preparation o' a
genuine obi   time  hunters  lunch,    und
Hi. beautiful aroma of pork uud beaus
ascended to heaven, und broigut a
look of tarnished expectancy    ,o   the
facet of the famished party. Alter
I.iiuii In. Hamilton by request, was
left at camp to write up tbu ) ig book
in tbe chalet, thc balance of the purty proceeding to wulk round the sum
mit plateau, und admire the wonderfully beautiful view outstretched uc-
low them, the magnificent pcuks uud
gluciers of the tlold Range, cut by
the  silvery  streak oi      tho  Columbiu
river. Saddling up, the party start
ed tin1 most strenuous portion of
tlicir trip dom the chalet to Miller
lake. Two miles along the trail tbey
I..,re oil east wanl, descended a steep
bank on foot to obtain a birds eye
view of the Hlerlllewaet river entering tbe Columbiu, where a series of
panoramic photo views were taken,
tlu'.i continuing to Miller lake.     The
large Eva lake ami sill 1 'oiludilig -een-
eiy was first visited und admired and
the end of bhe trail was reached at
■I p.m. Tethering their ponies, the
climb was made towards the Cordon
glacier, umi tbe magnificence of the
scenery caused one uud uil to pronounce the view trom ttiis point, the
most entrancing wonder of nature
they had ever seen, unequalled in all
their experience as  travellers through
out. the Rocky Mountains uud the
other bo called scenic wonders of the
American continent,
rt was now live o'clock, the sun was
sinking in the golden west, tinting
mountain, vulley uud stream with its
last   radiant glow, warning the    party
that it, was time to commence thc
homeward journey.
After -upper at. the chalet the homo
wind trip w.is commenced,   Dr, Hum
llton became so interested in the seen
cry thut his horse fell from tue trull
allowing the doctor lo slide graceful
ly to the ground, whence he was lu
Covered with difficulty hy the united
ellorts of the bull cooks. No lurther
iintowurd adventures occurred, uud
the lust portion ot the journey wus
negotiated by caudle light, Usvelstoke
being reached ubout 'J a.m.
Mr. Seymour expicssed hiuisjlt as
iuui. thuu dulightcd with tho trip of
ever changing views, und will doubtless miiko his report accordingly.
Un Saturday morning Mr. Seymour
is lhe guest of the Progress Club, in
un auto journey tu the Kight Mile
falls, and lllecillewaet gorge,. tho
Club being determined to spare no
trouble or expense m order to luiiiil-
urisc our visitor with the tourist t.t-
tractious of  this immediate  vie ntty
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
SWIFTS
IRI MUM HAMS
AND BACON
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
ooo~ SPECIALS
o-ooo
for To-Day and Next Week We Have
the Following Snaps
The  sewer  bylaw  was  defeat
I Thursday l»tt by 0 vete ot 60 to 5«,
Harry Wright Injured    I
Harry Wright, ex M.I'.I'., tor Nelson, is just recovering from an automobile accident, wblcb Inflicted a
tiiiHly cut on his face.
Mr, Wright was motoring on the
Sooke Road, sitting beside the chauffeur, when the ear sti ink a rut, throw
ing Mr. Wright forcibly head lirst
against the glass ol tbo windshield,
rendering him unconscious.
He wns hurrledlj brought back to
town where u doctor dressed a severe
cut and ordered him to bed. Last evening he was able to be up lor    ths
tirst  i'i mo since the accident.
Mr, Wright intends to reside permanently in Vistoriu after closing up
his uHuirs iu Nelson.
Death ot Wiliam Redfern
The.  death   occurred   last,   night     at
the provincial home, of William  Red
fern, aged 71! years. Deeensed came
here from Uevelstoke aboul. u year
ami a ball ago, having been employed there for muny years as a I'arpen
ter. The tunernl will l»e held at 5:30
this evening ft om Gordon's undertaking rooms. Hev, Corey officiating.
-Inlund Sentinel.
All our Boys Balbrigan I'nderwear at SOc. a Garment
The balance of our Summer Underwear   50c. a garment
Straw and Linen Hats at Half Price.
Twenty-five Pairs of Men's Heavy Shoes at $1.90.
75 Pair of Men's regular $5 and *6 shoes.   Now $3-75.
15 Pair of Men's Canvas Shoes at $1.50.
McRae Mercantile Go.
Tilt HOME 01 GOOD CLOTHING
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^LL THIS  TIME
ELGIN   ELGIN   ELGIN
WATCHES
BEST  ON   EARTH
J". O-TTY BAEBEE
C. P. R. WATCH INSPECTOR.
,%«vw%%' SATURDAY, AUGUST mth, 191-
THElMAlL-HEBALl),  BEVBJLSTOKIil
SATURDAY, AIJUUST mth, 1912
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_A_   FEW   SNAPS
.roDortlon to tho .."'reuse on the to-jand declare all bets ofl was the pro
',....   heso     penalties show a  ' thing to do. The score 8-8   wns
„     ,„,. Which re... ■ thnt thereaflbtlngr«sul1 to a    st stre,	
eil,,,-,  being made ... avoid thelgame, nn.l, until ,,   neutral    umpire
The [ollowing
the pari"'
7-Roomed House on Third Street, 50 Fl. Lot..
$1,200
$  850
Modern House. Connaught Avenue	
$1,500
The Revelstoke General Agencies. Lid.
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She fl&all»1beralo
POBLI3HKD  WEDNESDAY  ami
rlATLItUAV   AT
ttl.U.I.MllKt.   B.   C.
.interior ipuiui!?bum Company),
Limited
j. K. JOHNSON, Manager.
RALPH f\.  BORUTON,  Kditor,
BUBSl RIPTION  lUTKB
Includiug postage to Kngland,  Unit
ed ritates aud Canada.
By the year (through  poolottliei  12.50
ADVERTISING RATES,
Legal notices 1" cents per line first
insertion, j rents tier line cai b
..— , ■:■.■■ Insertion. Measure-
meuts Nonpartel tl; lines make
one inch.j btore and general
business aiinouncrmenis (2,60 pel
inch per mouth. Preferred post
tions, 2'o l.er ceut. additiounl.
births, Murriageo and lieatbs, SOc
each insertion.
l^iud uotines (7.60. All advertisements subject lo the approval ol
the management. Vi anted and
Condensed Advertisements : —
Ageuts SNantuil, Help Vtauled, Sit
uatious wanted, bituatious Va
cant, Teachers Wanted, tdechanlcs
Waulei, i'ii words or less, StOc.,
eacu additional line lu cents.
Changes It standing advertisements must be in hy 'J a. m.
Tuesday and Friday ot each week
to secure good display.
COKHKSI'UNIJKNCK invited on matters ot public interest. Communications to Kditor must be
accompanied by name of writer
oot necessarily Ior publication,
but as evidence of good faith.
Correspondence nbouid be brief.
draw then existing rights under the
Bulwoi tie,ity. inhm that temporary
obstacle was removed, the. breaking
nt iIn second trcaty was only a umi
ter of imn' limited by the mnniont
when .he cannl would be ready lor
traffic, The spreiul of this gm..:. ma
tor lal Inm, particularly among the so
lulled Christian Sat.mis, (rom tho
political  and   lug  business  Held,  Into
i ti vory duy affairs ol eit./.en .    is
'nne of the most remarkable signs of
Inm times. It is a safe assertion to
make tbut already In the United
Stutes, successful graft ami corrupt
mu, Initiated by the great Imitated
by the rank uud li e of lhe nation are
rapidly bringing into existence In the
republic, the most widespread condition nl moral rottenness which the
World   bus  evei   seen.
CDRRESPQNDENCE
Kditor Mall-Herald: -
Sir, vmi certainly for once Btruck
lhe hull's eye in the centre when you
wrote that  editorial in your last is-
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SATURDAY, AUGUST mth, mu
Tbt l .n.i.g lown by oui crtiaens,
... I.- - ,i.-: ih law on Thursday
. .-■. - -.1. tnfort mate matter, and
.... ,   mpHcate the problem ni tiautl-
.   • - I       The   lil.-se.,t
, itj • ho havi  inherited tins
past    i mi.'.is.     * ■■■
pial to tl asiou
. . if i he dead
• .. ing i Uli -   .,i   tbe
• . • -.■. mus me
.       .   lot   the    • \
uting    vn trait, au I tbe ;• cm
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uteres!   ind s   king I ind on
: .    expenses '     l im
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.ir... t otlering i ren     a
of    jusi
t Until        .    ■ in itasb
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' rea tment ,,.-..
Pans
Canal,  «     not ,     •
i - (acl of tin .■ ■• i n.it a.
I .■:..    to    business,  pro
misei ao!  treatise  are  usi less,     noi
»orth thi   papei   up< .•  ■■■ hii b tb  •
I     ' '■ ...   : :■■ • .'   ag.i'. II..'ut
Is one which     .Its  I re
i.uireti.itots  oi g part
ies, any ag   • oi   treaty will be
broken yti either side, as soon in- eitb
,: partj ' an gel a gi ■ itei advantage
by  breaking same,   than   by    keeping
tbeir     agrevui'-ut.     Statesmen     who
frame treaties which conflict with the
lOrjrlC   necessities   of   either     theil
own, or tbe other contracting state,
ars simply doing so from force ol
greater present necessities, und sucb
treaties will ts? disregarded so soon
a» those temporary necessities have
.'...-appeared.
Tn bu.bi tbe canal it was necessarj
ioi f,e State* to get Britain to with j
sue regarding Chinamen parading
their swill wagons through our Btreets
on Sundays.
Now sir, tin- nuisance is uu new
thing in Itevelstoke it has neon pit.e-
tieed Ioi years. II a white man did
the   Mime   thing   he       migllL     possiliU
make one trip through ilie city without being stopped, hul there Is a
strong probability that the duet ol
police,  city 'lerk umi othei  officials,
wu.llil be on his track ami snap Iiiiii
Iup licfore he completed Ins mst  t. ...
of tbe city, with bis scuvangei    out
nt.   I ean, as a citizen and ratepayt
sm.      im    reason      why   these    (.'liiin   ,
should be favored in tins way. The
laws are supposed i,, apply to all
alike.   Again     sir,  tbere  is   anothei
matter   iu  Which   the  i biuese  aie   i*i
....•■I   in   ltevelstuke  and   that       is     in
the  mattei   ,,f keeping  open      Suul.,.
tbeir Btores,     while  .be  white  mei
chants all comply with the law   and
practice ut  keepiug  their places     ol
liusiuesa closed from  Saturday  mid
.i,gin  tu Mondu)  morning,   it  Is the
custom   lot   the  Chinese   mere haul-   in
the lower tows in keep open
lays in defiance of law  an.l ordei    ll
tins ttnng i* allowed t
ly Revelstoke w ii lie a true mecca fi
..in  celestial neighbors.
My object in  taking this  matt.
a youi  papei   is simply  to ti
.- a .out ., uu i'  ,■, ....   adn
tloti   of   law   ., in  th
city  .uul  tei   ...   , ." up i    mim    at ■ ;
all   tr)    ale!        ..     ■;• thl     i.i*
• e ot persons.
it  appears in  .i.m  in.it    ;
tbe po
gate  ..nd  prevent   i he  abuse    of    t. ,
l la)  iu tlie two   ,
aese residents,
rd va
lot  this epistli ■:
ULD TIMER
.lillie
.lint's;
Spirits,  }7R,5«7,80,
Malt,  $ai,760,«,
Tobacco    tniuiiii.ni'l i.rrdi   $1,464.46,
Tnl.anu   (raw   leaf.   t'2. i'ii. KI.
Ciagrs,   $1100,46.
\ inegar,   $1,0811.80.
Methylated   spirits,   $882,77,
Penal lies, $110,00,
Oilier  resoiirees,   $124.44,
Tidal,   $104',12'2.57.
July,   pin,  $81,01(1.22.
Iiii'iease,   $81,503.86,
REVELSTOKE VS. KAMLOOPS
What Kamloops Says About the
Baseball Game
The game played last night al Uiv
ersnle Park, between ilie baseball
teams of Hevelstoke and Kamloops,
will long ne renieinlieieil hy tbe large
crowd who witnessed It us one of the
must keenly contented games ever
served up to the Kamloopa fans. It
Is, indeed a pity that such a hue
game,Should  have  had such an      an
satisfactory ending.
It, bus certainly taken Itevelstoke
quite a lung t iim- tu get wise lu tlie
lint lhal. their own home ids'ers
have  very      1.1.1.- chanoi   ul    bringing
home tin- bacon (when Kamloops were
the opposition) hul will, the aid of
specially in.poi led playi rs, it was
thought, that tbey would at, least
make a close game of it. Thoy cer
tiiinly did su, us the score N to *,
alter two extra innings had lieen
played, clearly -hows. Nevertheless,
hut (or costly errors by Bacon and
Marker in the ninth Inning, Kam
loops would havo won handsomely, us
cbi'y wero leading at that period i.y
," to -i. In mentioning this (act, we
Mu not want to detract from Itevel-
i tokC any ul the Credit that is due
tIt-tn fur their grand rally in Uie
ninth inning, after we might say, the
game was wua and lost. It seems
io bave become a part of the games
between these two teams to lodge
objections ..gainst the respective urn
lures. In lesi night's game we had
these sane disagreeable objections,
Irom both teams, and we tluuk. it
Would be mil mule pleasant, and
satisfactory (or everyone concerned
if a iuu. i.   neutral umpire   could    he
i Hired  'u officiate in tuture    when
these two ii urns meet.
I'Vtsi   inning   Revelstako    went     to
Inlt   owing   t,     the   splendid pltCb
Ulan    reached
i i wu tins.1 hit by
he brought in who will we,lil nu
thurily over the players we w.ll he
treated to such unsatisfactory games.
METHODIST OHUROH,
Uev. R, ,T. Mclutyre, pastor. Ser
vices on Sunday at 11 a.m. nnd 7:110
p.m.; Sunday Bcliool and Young People's Uible clusHiis at 2:80 p.m.; Wednesday ut 8 p.m., Epworth iKiugue
meeting; Friday evening, Junior and
Senior choir practice. A cordial welcome awaits tlie public ul all these
services,
PRESBYTERIAN OHUROH
Uev.    J,    W.    Stevenson,    minister
Regular services on    Sunday at   n
a.m. and 7:110 p.m.. Sunduy school
nnd intuit Bible classes ut 2'.lil p.in.
Mul week prayer meeting on Wednes
day ill X p.m. Hearty congregational singing and Bpoclul music hy the
choir. Strangers and visitors are ill
vited  to  the services.
ST.  PETER'S OHUROH,
Holy Cuii.inunii.il every Sunday
morning at. X a.m.. und utter morn
Uig prayer on tlie lirst Sunday in
each   Month.
Uev. 0. A. Procunier, rertor. Mut
nm at 11 a.m. and Kvensoiig at 7:lin
p.m., every Sunday, Litany on thu
Second Sunduy, and the Ante Coin -
tmiuion on tbe Third Sunday atter
Matius. Sunday school every Sunday ut 2:80 p.m. Choir practice ou
Fridays at tt p.m.
OATHOLIO OHUROH.
St. Francis Of Assiuii Catholic
Church, corner ol Krflh street ami
v ■ ■ im./im avenuo.
Services—On all Sundays, except
the fourth of each month. Low mass
with i ommunlon of the H'uithful at
8 a.m. Iliih Muss at 10:80 a. in..
Christian Doctrine for children ut
:' :10 p.m. Rosary with Hendiction of
The Blessed Sacrament 7:30 p.m.
On week days—Holy     Muss     every
morning at 7:30.      Confessions
heard every evening alter 7:30
in  the mornings before Mass.
J.  C.   McKenzie,  P.  P,
WE   WANT
a representative In every town in
Oanada to sell townsito lms.     Doing
the exclusive selling uge.it of the
Grand Trunk I'acilic Hallway lm i ur
of    il h   muni    line    divisional     point
towns, we handle nothing but prop
OBltlons ot genuine merit. We ure
just placing mi ibe market a boautl
fully located, ■ lose in subdivision to
Kelowna, Uritish Columbia, the largest   city uu    Okanagan Lako,    Our
KuloWDB property is in the original
eily limits and has a frontage of
over one mile on Okanugiiu Lake.
During Uie past two  weeks lots     lu
ihe vulue uf approximately $25,000,
have been Hold to Kelowmi residents, We consider this substantial
proof as to the merits Of our Kelowmi  property.
Kelowna is  bin   one of several high
class  propositions that  we  have      lo
oiler our representatives,
Km- complete Information as to our
plan,   whereby   you   muy   legit imutelv
emu u large weekly  income,     write
to
lir iiiiiI I'milii: Land Co., Limited
243    Somerset     Building,      Winnipeg,
Manitoba,
ure
ninl
bat.
Ing  i,[  Cresler  nol
• ' i.,.. whxr.'us _^_^__^_^^_
Bacon enabled Smith to gel hu •■ tor
Kamloops nfter he wns given iree
ti importation to the Inii ial
I.../.I.'.  The score thus si I   :   0    In
i'."i ol Kamloops.
Se. un l  iiiiinig   Revelstoke
a,n dismissed  without  counting.     lu
t his  Inning Hai per has n
■ ■ :. against lum in slldfci
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Sunday;   1  would like to ask    thos.
wbo  "a. ourage  ' ne  l ninamen   to  re
i, i ,.       , , ., ivor of Revels! 'ke    The ,■%
move swill mi Sundays, how int the)
c't.enii'i.    now .'        In
'ie    last   half   uf   lh"     lining   SftSI       T.
Munu met oi      ' last shoot
with trie uiu., advanced to   leopnd on
pass .'nil and i in* i   Pin ■!■.
lul   u   right     'vnu' th" seorSi     'i b"
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tn. Innings whioh were played can be
summed up, hi leflj   n   'h.'v consisted
the li'.rin
Kditur Mail-Herald.—
it ting thai     iu isance
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HAPTLST OHUROH.
Uue lilock west or McKeuzie avenue
on Becond street. Uev. K. J. Ohave,
l). A., pastor. Sunday services at
r.i ni. and 7:30 p.m.; Sunday school
nnd adult llihle classes at. 8:80 P.m.;
Monday at X p.m., Voung People's
Meeting; Wednesday at 8 p.m., church
Prayer Meeting. A cordial invitation
extended to all services. Strangers
n.inle  welcome.
BUSINESS LOCALS
Coal   that   is all   fuel  at   ConrsuM's.
Sugar Bowl" fur the best of
ii Inks,
..ft
everything,    chocolates
Iruits
Four   .u- ol -mall briquettes   now
Posi! Iiest coal tor sum-
ind economical. Rev-
rtoke ' leneral   Agencies,  Ltd.
Arrange
ir your supply  of coal at
has  the  k.uds    you
.,1" responsible?   Possibly mat
are   "lunch   g  I
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CITIZEN
Revelstoke, Aug.  1th, r.U2.
Revenue Has Great increase
The   inland   revenue,   returns   fur   the
month of July show an Increase   t n
duly   of   laBt  year  nf   |21,MM/15,
every branch of commerce
the taxes aD increase  is showu. While
n ' mostly   of  squabbll     n M
affect id hy  ion   ol both   implre    aod
ur op-
' inion the anangement rtMlM4 by thei
tbis 0PP"« t" the penalties »Uc. la. r«SJMKv.v» manager, tn r.lt   the garni   U
Full sti|    .    ■   ti.ii.uh, ad coal  nov.
.:.      A.l- .     '.uien.    l)e-
Revelstoke (lener-
.
north side of
•   .      cash for both.—H.
Miss   i  anson, pupil of A
V R \ M     London,   is  prepar
imbsr of pup
-   r  terms
apply at     the     residence Of  J.    K
-     ■   •". of th" hoe
<•  street.
i ght acres fruit
,irsier.
\ gene ies
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HBimt"!
Sewing Machines
A nii   ■ <■'■ frtock
fr vi'
iriK Machine*.
For Sale or Hire
Ontfc   t( Mh.    iriK's.
All kit.'lH off rrmchiiK' llMdlei
stfickitfl.
H. MANNING,   Agent.
NiiTIOK
Thi   Regulai   Inti   M
ReVelltOkfl   Hospital    Society    will    he
held in tht  City    Hall on Tuesday,
0th   1112
W.  D. Armstrong.
9icret«t7
Sealed Tenders addressed to II"
undei ilgiied, aud ondorsed "Tondor
lor a Pile Wharl at Comaplix, Ii.l'"
will he received at this ollico until •!
p.m.,  un   Wiilnes.lny.   August 2H, IdlU,
lot  the i structloii of Pllo Bent and
Tlmbor Decking wharl at Uouiaplix,
District u( Kootenay, Dritish Colum
bia.
Plans, specifications and lorm ol
coutruct can he seen alld forms ol
tender obtained ut tins Departmeul
uud at the olllces ol F, W. Aylmer,
hisil.,   District   I'lnginecr,   Cha",   U.U.,
c. t. wm loi.i, 1'isip, District    cu
g.neer, New West llllustei , 11.C, I..11.
Klliul,    Ksip,   III  lliel    Kllgllieel ,      I'al
■ ii.,111,,11, .nia., ami uu application ta
the   I'u...master at Comaplix, H.C.
Persona tendering are notitled that
tenders will not be considered usless
made on the priuted forms .-upplied,
ami signed with their actual siguu -
tures, stating their occupations ami
places oi residence, lu the case ol
mills, the actual signature, the nature  of  the  occupation,   and  place  of
residence of each member of tho Brm
must lie giveu,
Kach bender must he accompanied
by uu accepted cheque on a chartered
hank,   payable   to   Ibe   order  of      the
Honourable the Minister of Public
Works, equal to ten per cent ilu per
cent.) of tho amount of the tender.
Wblcb will he forfeited if the person
tendering decline to enter into a
contract when called upon to do so,
or fail to complete the work contra.
ted for. It the tender he not accepted the cheque will  be returned.
The Department doe- not bind it -
sell lo nccept the lowest or any
tender.
Ily order,
It.  c.  DE8R0CHERS,
Secretury.
Department of  l'uhiic Works,
Ottawa, July 80,  DM2.
Newspapers  will  not  lie paid     (or
tins advertisement   li  tbey  insert    it
Without   authority   from   the   Department.
Kirst  issue Aug.  7th
WAiNTEl)
ROOM   TO    RENT—I   have   » nicely
bed room to rent, on    Third
..ne    block  from  McKeuzie
.I net   lum e.    Apply  to Mail
Herald Ofllce.
FOR HttNT—eleven Room House, full
•■      , "iiient,  bulb room,
.   modern impioveuieuts. Ap
P.O    l.u.   li/., or call ut Mr.
chatter's     res.den, o,     Seventh
street.—
•      ..        Ioi    ■ • 'ui nuil
i uum bouse un
,,i   1 :u       These houses have
i.'.n • .ar.' -.    ■      Kootenay
Ltd
■ man to
•••ii i M convenience In »'
i   uttered,   All  us
' 'i ,ii Can
•'■     plaeed  when dei i ng
i     w. ,i" Bbeppard,
I    <    Dm   1214,   Vancouver.
A'iKNClBM    WANTBD   W" dl
tabllsh agency    I "' "'"1
live wire
llCk   BggrSStlVI   iumpaif"   ".'.
■7e •. i m Oanada.   Approprtg
ike pro) .'"". known In
.',.,,   locality    vv  Inmish Htel il
,,,.   ,h,i w.i.'iuw deeoratlons and if
-iv        |."inl"     hy
,,,,,, nrt il ■■   ' ■ roui city.
1100,000 tn  be expended and  on  im
proving p.uperty     Wn'" St  OUM fur
plan, Beokman & Kliiott, uos Do-
m inin Trust Bldg., Vancouver. B-
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FULL  LINE OF   GENT'S   SHOES
The well known Keen Kut Shoe and the Wellington Holiil leather Shoe. They are both
leathern, We also carry a full line of Tan
Shoes,   Call and see them before purchasing.
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
Boot and Shoo Repairers, smidleni Narnoss Maker*
Western IResibential Schools
(liMilin. ll> ClieiHlnin    Non-Donomlnutlonnl)
mini wi a it
LANGARA
A Iiiiii i hiss   residential   nml day
A residential St duv school for imys
st huul im nirls ol all ages,
lilieeii acres, adjoining Shaugliueasy
Shannhnessy Heinliis, Vancouver,
iiii.i'.hii., Vancouver!
Large grounds,  niiigniOcelli  litillil
llillldlllgs   eillboilylng   llie    latest
IngHi wiih ever)   mouerii  uppliuuce
ideas in scliiinl   slnicluics to accum-
lm lieiillli und couifort.
luiidate .Kill Imys.
Stall   iniei|ualicil; every  leuclier u
rftlucnlional staiulardol the highest,
Specialist in ilcl null ilepaltlllelll.
full provision tm athletics,
lloth Hchoolti i.|ii'n tht* Autumn.
Dili Ifi, I), M« I.AIIliN,    Sl A.M,I,\   CltlUi
For particulars addro«n
VANCOI vkh,
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
sm BDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., 1.1..1)., D.C.l... Presldsnl
AI I.XAMll'U LAIRD JOHN Alld)
(,. ii.-ii.1 M .in uu. i AsHlstiinl (l.n.iiil Mlinns«r
CAPITAL. $15,000,000 REST, $12,500,000
TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES
Isstteil by The Canadian Hunk of Commerce enable the traveller to
provide hitusell with funds without delay at each point of Ms journey in
a convenient yel inexpensive manner. They ure issued payable in every
country in the world in denominations of
$10,   $20,   $50.   $100,   $200
with the exact equivalent in the moneys of the principal countries Rtated
on the face of each cheque,    They ure economical, absolutely safe self-
identifying and easily negotiated, e3
REl/ELSTOMF   BRANCH—F. M. GIBSON. MORI
WOOD for SALE
400 Cords of First-Class Hemlock and Cedar for
summer or winter delivery, 16 or 18-inch and 4-ft.
Order by Telephone No. b2.
Tonka Farm     -    W. C. CALDER
Sash, Doors, Mouldings' Turnings
W   are in the manufacturing business
Sash,   Doors, Mouldings,  Turnings, Show
Cases,   Office  and  Bar   Fixtures,  Screen
Doors and Windows made to order and all
kinds ol repair work done in good order.
We have a full line of building supplies, lime
cement, plaster, Hard Wall Finish, bricks,
Sewer Pipe, Plaster Plaster Board, Roofing
cTVletal, Lath and all kinds of Glass, Oils,
Paints, Varnish, all colors and tints.
Much pleasure in quoting anything in the
Building Line.
REVELSTOKE SASH AND DOOR FACTORY
P. O. Box 295, Revelstoke, B. C.
RAPID  TRANSIT
NEW TRANSFER BUSINESS
JUST 0PE.\fcD
We make a specialty of the rapid transit of Trunks and
Light Loads.   Give Us a Call.
AL.1 IEUT   ABRA1IAMSON
KEVELSTOKE,  B.C.
Day Phone—No. 44. Night Phone-229
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JUST   OPENED
THE REVELSTOKE OYSTER AND CHOP HOUSE
A New Short Order Kestaurant and Eating House
Only White  Cooks   Employed
Have had 15 years experience as a caterer
Regular $5.25 Meal Iltkct for live Dollars.
J. Pappos and J. Chitsas,     ■    Proprietors
MacKenzIa Avenuo, Rovolstoko, B. O
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h>.|.t.i.4.J.4.i.5.i.^».J.t.W>.^^».5.|.A SATURDAY, AUGUST HRh, 11112
THS MA.IL-HE:Kj!L:L3J, MavULSTOififffl
SATURDAY, AD008T mth, Uli
8YN0PSIS   OF COAL MINING
REGULATIONS.
Coal mining rights (il the Dominion
In Manitoba, Buskutchcwun uud Alberta, the Vuk,,n Territory, the
Nurth went Territories uud iu a portion ot the Province of Hiltish Columbia, muy be leaved lur a term of
twenty-one yeniB ut uu uuuuul rental of (1 uu acre. Nut more thuu
'J,6W) acres wlll be leused tu uue ai>
llllCaVBt.
Appllcatiuu fur linmii must he made
by the applicant in person to the
Ageut ur Hub-Agent of the die met
lu which the rlghta upplied (or are
•ltuated.
ln surveyed territory the luud mint
bt deerillied by sm Hulls, or lugul
uul> divisions ut sections, iiii,l In un-
■urveyed terntury lhe 11act applied
fur shall he etukt'd out hy the ap -
plicant  himself.
lOui'h applicant mint he ucconipau-
led by a fee of if> wbich will ht ro
funded lt tht right! upplied (or are
oot available, but uut otherwise. A
royalty ahull be puid uu the mer-
chuntable output of the mine at tbe
rate ol live centt per ton.
Tbe peraun operating the mine ahull
iiiiiiii.Ii the Agent with aworu returua
accounting tor the lull quantity ot
merchantable coal mlued aud puy tbe
royalty therton. It the cuul mining
rlghta art not btlng operated, tuoh
rtturnt abould be furnished at leaat
once a year.
Tht leaae will Include the coul una
log right* only, but tbe lessee muy
bt permitted to purchase whatever
available turlace rightt may bt considered nectaeary for tht working ot
the mint at the rate ot 110.00 an
•ere.
For lull information application
should lie made to the Secretury <>(
the Department o( the Interior, Ottawa, or to tbe Agent or Sub-Agant
ot Dominion Landt.
W. W. OORY,
Deputy  Minuter of the Interior.
N.B.—Unauthorized publication ol
thii advtrtlMtnent will not bt paid
(or.
WATER NOTICK.
Notice ia hereby given thut William
Blair Robertson, of Hevelstoke, B.C.
will upply tor a hceuse to take aad
use (15) ulteeu Miners inches ol waler
out oi Cariboo Creek, which Hows in
a southerly directiun through T. U.
29373 and T. 11. Utile, and empties
into Downie Creek, about two milea
(rom its mouth, Columbia Hivtr. Ihe
water will be diverted at a poiut Li
mile* north ot Downie Creek, und
wtli be used fur domestic purposes
•a the land described aa Lot low,
Revelstoke Lund District.
This notice was posted ou the
ground on Uie Uh day ol June, ID 12.
Tlie application will be hied in the
ofltee of tbe Water Recorder at Revelstoke, B. 0,
Objections may be hied with the
■aid Water Recorder or with the
Comptroller of Water Rightt, Parliament Buildings,  Victoria,  B.C.
WILLIAM   B.   ROBERTSON.
Par Andrew Kitson, Agtnt.
WATER  NOTICK.
For a Lictuae to tuke uud ute Water
Notice ie hereby given that Jamas
A. Shields, of Revelstoke, B.C., will
apply for a license tu tuke und use
Fifteen \i- ■ Miner's mcbes of wuter
out of Usvnbou Creek, wbich fluffs in
a southerly direction thruugb Tim -
ber Limits 29273 uud MOM, uud emp-
tits into Dowale Creek ubout two
miles (rom the Columbiu river. The
wuter will bt diverted ut a point
about one and a hull miles north ot
Dowuie Creek truil and will be used
lor domestic purposes un ths laid
•eb- ribed as Certilicate ol purchuse
•13   Hevelstoke Luud District.
This nvtice was posted on the
greuad oa the Kb duy • •! June, I'm I.
TM application will be filed in the
office of tbs Wuter Recorder, Hsvel -
•toks, B.C. Objections may be tiled
with the .aid Water Recorder or with
the Oomytroller o( Water Rights,
Isrltuia.nl Bulldiuga, Victoria, B.C.
JAMH» A. SHIELDS, Applicant
By Andrew Kitson, Agent
R. Z. CRAWFORD
CONTRACTING
PAINTER
Satisfaction  guaranteed
Agent  for  Flexitime   Electric
Signs
R. I. CRAWFORD
Shop in CunimiriR-'B Transfer
Building, Second Street
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REVELSTOKE
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^ Local Industry
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rJTVIenus - Envelopes - Programs
Books and Booklets - Loose Leaf
cAccount Forms Ball Programs
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Cards - Lumber Forms    Tags, Etc
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type and printing machinery. Our
stock gf  printing papers is large
and well selected.
Agents for the famous
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$60.00 Cash
THE INTERIOR
PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
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VEGETABLE
GROWING
TOMATOES   '     A FIELD CROP.
Growing tbe Plants—Tomato arci
should lm .own in kotbeda or Huts
about tbe in.iiiiif "! March, It it-
quires about one o.. ot wed to pro-
iIhi'm enough plant, tor one acre.
When the second leal .how. tbe planl.
should be transplanted ubout li In.
apart each wn>, .nt.i Hat., und allow
ed to develop in thew quarter, until
thej have attained a height ol 4 to 6
Inches. Thej are then tran.planited to
ubout 4 inches upurt euch wuy in Hutu
or iuio berry hose., puts, etc., and
trom these quarter, to the Beld. lu
growing tbs young plants it is very
Important to ku.-|i tbe temperature
laid) even, uud not allow drafts to
strike the plant*. Tne let* watei need us long u».tin' plant* uie gi ■ ■»
wuli thu better,   it   h very Important
tuut the  plant* should  tin   well  bard
i-1uul  oil  belule  i*t   111 ttie   opei. grOUnd
doll und Its Pispaialiuu-ToiiiutoCH
it given piupei ti, u'.iumiii cuu im
grown on almost any well drained
soil which is .ii good condition, but
piobably a rich, sandy, loum will giv.
the best results. The treatment wl
thc auil previous to pUut.ug is very
Important. Tomatoes do well after
clover aod. Tbe ground should I.s
plowed in tbe Pall or early Spring
..ui deeply cultivated in tbe Spring.
Ferttlltera— Barnyard manure muy
be upplied in tbe Full und plowed uu
der, or ll well rotted it might lie
upplied us a top dressing in the
Spring und worked into ths soil.
Since lbe tomato lieluiigs to tbe put-
utib consuming das. ol plants, the
fertilizers used .should be especially
rich In  potash.
Setting and Cultivating thc Plants
—Tbe plants should be set iu the lield
us soon as all dangci of frost is over
11 the plants are transplanted from
Hats to tbe beld, cut tbe soil in the
llut iuto cubes two ui three days belore removing tbs pluuts. Book wltb
water two or three hours before traus
planting. 11 tbe plants ure to be allowed tu iuu over tbe ground they
should be set about lour leet apart
each way. 11 trimmed and tied to
stakes tbey may lie plauted in rows
three feet apart, aud eighteen inches
upart in the rows.
Tomatoes need thorough cultiva *
tion. Cultivate lairly deep the lirst
time, but ail later cultivations should
be shallow as tbe tomato is a surface
feeder.
Pruning and Training— Tomato
plants uuder neld cultivation arc gen
eraliy allowed io rua over tbs ground
in any direction. Fur early market
it will pay uot lo leave more than
three sets ol Iruit. Even fur the main
crop it will pay to take uli all the
small fruit and cut back tbe yuuug
shoots about the middle ol August,
especially if tbs plant is growiug rapidly.
Selection—Tomato seed Bbould be
saved from Uie best tomatoes, from
vines producing a large auiuunt oi
Iruit. Thu crown setting Ll always
tbe best fur Beed purposes.
Varieties—A guud variety is ous
which beuia luediuui-tjiied, siuwuth,
spherical Iruits, which npeu evenly
and huve small need Cavltis* aud
thick walls. aoLue uf the coinwuu
varieties grown in Canada aie. tiled)
Earliauu, Bonny Best, Wealthy,
Chalk's Jewel, Success, L.vingsluus,
Baltunure and I.X.L.; il'ink)—Juas
Pink and Globe.
Harvesting and Marketing—Tbe
fruit shuuld bu gathered two or three
times a week ,'. tbe tomato is grown
as a truck crop. If used for canning
purposes the harvesting periods need
nut be quite so close. Fur hums mar
keta the fruit should be alluwed to
npeu upon tbe pluut. li the friul is
tu be shipped lung distances it should
be harvested j.i t as the ripening pro
cess begins. Uuly suuod fruit should
be marketed, ln pucliiug tomatoes
for the market the fruit shuuld b.
graded and those thnl an symmetric
al in furui aud uniform in soe and
of a like degree of ripeue>.s pucked in
any  one  receptacle-
New lime Table
Ua June and, a uew C.P.R. Ume
table cam. into tflsct Ior the sum -
mer, changing the huurs ol arrival
and departure oi ths name, which
are a* loUawi:
WfcBT BOUND.
No. Arrtv. l*e«.
»    i:M   ..lb
1   UM* alfcli
1*  MM  A7«.k
OAST BOUND
No  Arnv.  Xtmit
4  M'M  MM
14    7;IQ   7:4«
a mil li.U
BOUTH TRAIN
Arrlvee li.ao,  leaves 7:40 a.m.
it 1* a relief to. ths cltiseus to be
able to obtaan again a .apply oi H.
N.  Coursier's smokeless coal.
Kvsrybody'. doing iti What? —
Dropping in at the "Bugar Bowl"
(or tbe beet of ice cream and soit
drink*. SATl'RHAY, Al'ursT imll, 1912
THEnnyC^IIJ-I3:E!I?,^XJ3D,  BEVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, AlTflUST lftlh, 1012
Will Control Panama
Washington. Aug. B—Tno future o!
the I'.iu.i::. i '' mai «ill reel in the
h.mds .■! .1 "one-man government"
through the deolsioniol the Senate to
.. :■■ ■ upport h plan already en
dorsed bj tl 11 use nl Repre onl a
Uvea.
By ,1   vote ol   43 to 14 11   adopted
a proi ..-..ii gh .ni;  t he president  con
Uol   of   llll   uilu.I      .it    I an.una       With
powei   ti   ap| i -ni  a govei nol' to coin
plete,   govern  ni I  operate   tho euiiul
.   .....
Bpui red on     bj  a   pei lal    mo..age
n Pri sldvnl   t ifl   in giog  the  n I
i.i   immediate  legislation   to    provide
(Ol    ibt   Ol .,,:,.,.,   II ii    Ol    a    I'uliul   OP
sratiug I : he Senate mado nun i*
ed i rogreaa lodu)   on  i be ■ aual  hill.
. ii   , ..  tion ol toll, and the propo.
*ed 1       pa i  age i    Amorican   .hip.
■  i-   andei    ll.cu.i on   whon  adjourn
i ...;   ...    taken  I onlgbl.
\   .  -■ ahl)   .. ll   be  taken  to
. :   ,:    I     Bill ion I     Ilml i"li
i- strike [rom the lit.us.' lull tbat
paragraph, wblcb would exempt
Ameru a I wise vessels from the
i  ......   ol   t.'llS.
i he      enati   ovei I urned  tbo rcc	
n ■■ idationa ..: its c t tee on Inter
anic    mule in adopting tbo    plan
:-.;   a        :..'■■    e   ' i        Tbu      coin
mittee  bad  proposed  ,i ■ imlsslon oi
three, one to opei ate l he cannl, one
to control sanitation and one to ad-
ruimstei tbe civil governmenl ol tbe
canal zone. *.»*
Wheat Well Advanced
K Imonl n, Aug • i hat a u pi t
crop »111 bi harvested In alinoai • i
cry       • : he province is Indlcul
i I y the monthly reports "i the
statistics branch ol tbe department
ol a.-: [cult iral Ioi ■' une, which bus
just heen Issued by A. McKenney, su
perintendent. The report lu based ou
information received Irom SOO circs
pondenu icatf-reJ ibrotigboul the
pro* lm m.
The  in west district,  #h • U ox-
; ilgary to     Wetmilwiu,
,, [rom thi Kocky Mountnin, to
range 21 ou tbe cast, surtered loss
(rum draught during June than any
other portion ol tin province, bome
correspondents complain tbut loo
rnuch rain has fallen, but tho hot
weathei   ■,(  tb>- lattei   part  ol     Ju'y
• he aui plus moisture, und
tbe majority ol early m.»ii crops are
plaint,  ol   serious
have  been  received These
u:    conl   ed to a limited area. Spring
wheat   -   airly   well advanced, barley
exceptionally good,     alfalfa 1.. • t
heavy  ..-   .1-'  year, while eimothy 1.-.
.   ■      than last  year,
bi  district  from Cal
gal;. •    tl        nti 1 ual lonal boundary,
and ■        lockj   Mountain.     10
...     .-   itlected by the dry we-
bin     lollowing    the
.  ily  1 hi   prosp   '
a verj .    iluiodt  throughout
tbe •   ■ j   an   now
.   well,    oata
and barley ...erage All
grown is iu g 1
londittoi rst crop has ul
•   •    is, light.
■   .-    -  -Optimism
1 thi    --    »a pei
cen • .       he
ram I
.> •     - - .  sent    out
litions.
An
.    .
.
... .    •
... ,-    -,    1
-    ...
• ••.,.
.    - \ ig
the majority
.   ■
greal
u.' tn- tract g .
-
.    ty it will, .1 •     ■
ictor in 1
tact   1
ire not put
.
'
t* thej   .
Wheat pr cent
■    .     . ■ :
■
Baaing - •    '
wheu-      ■
the total yiel
he
wi.
barley,  M.JOO.ooo
g,
■
. - - 000,
Resigns as Reqistrar
li,,-,-].i w.. •■ .•  of tbi   p i
lawyers of the Boundary locating 01
lginally at PboOTis and afterwards
at Grand Porks, »bo bai been regit
trar nt joint stock companli .,' ir'ii
toria for the pant l« months, gave
up tbe uffice Wednesday. As stated 111
♦ he    OMttte     nm   Melts  ago,     Mr.
WUteeMe re*igni foi tbi  p irpoM   of
resuming the practice of law, going
in partnership witb hie brother nt
New Westminster. H W. '.arrett,
a Victoria lawyer, succeeds Mi.
ffbueFide a. rrgutraf. I
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Are You Ready to Pay Cash for a Bargain 1
You will have Hie opportunity of a LIFE-TIME during our Mid-summer
SALE, when our $25,000 stock of Furniture. Carpets, Bedding and
General House Furnishings will he offered at greatly Reduced Prices
THERE ARE REASONS WHY we are holding this sale.    We will hh prank about it.    WE NEED THE
MONEY.    Wc are not going into Bankruptcy    Do not misunderstand us, but the now HOWSON' BLOCK
cosl us something to build, and we cannol sell the BLOCK  so we must sell the STOCK, therefore
we   have decided to place before you our   TWFNTY-F1VK THOUSAND DOLLAR
STOCK in order to raise TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS
Someone will get ike Pick of ike Bargains !
Are vou going to bc one of the fortunate ones?   Now is the time to buy that CARPET or  RUG.   We arc prepared
to give  33!j      discount on any RUG in our large stock, and 40% on a few whieh we have earried over from
last vear.    The first to ask for these RUGS will be the first to get them.   SEE that our CLERKS
give you at least 33 '/i    discount on every article in our STORE except OSTERMOORE
MATTRESSES,   MARSHALL SANITARY   MATTRESSES,   SECTIONAL
BOOKCASES and KITCHEN CHAIRS.
NEVER  uas our Stock so large and complete in Dining Room, Bedroom and Parlor Furniture.
TWO Car loads of Goods placed on our lloor in the past ten days.
jSQHH^to See our Show Windows this weok for proof of the
SB^Iw^ BARGAINS we are offering. Special values in Couches,
Carpet Squares and Rockers this week.
We are offering GOODS at prices during this SALE on which we are actually loosing money,  BUT WE MUST
HAVK THAT TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS.
Thanking our many CUSTOMERS  for their generous  PATRONAGE  in thc past TWENTY-TWO years of
businessjn REVELSTOKE, we remain, Yours sincerely,
HOWSON & COMPANY, LIMITED
1
I
REDUCTION IN ELECTRICAL FIXTURES
Arc you wanting any Electrical Work Done ?
11 so, cull at the Revelstoke Plumbing C&,
Sheet   Metal  Co.'s Store, Connaught Avenue.
A. G. DUCK
ELECTRIC   SUPPLY   STORE
Phone 281
Night ['hone 40
1'. ().  Box Mt')
Smoker's Supplies
The "lil reliable now lms the largest and beat line of Smokers'
Supplied ever In the City, nnd our prices lire right, PHly uraiul«
ol cigars tn choose from, Price from $1.00per Imx up; not made
irsm scrap either.
Meerschaum  Pipes from $3.00 to $10.00
Calabash Pipes from $3.50 Up
Our Block ol Calabash Plpei is small <>n account ol the
crop being " failure this year and quality poor.
Briar ripen in cases from 91,00 up,
Ask for the famous II, B. B, brand. Kvery pipe is guaranteed.
Cigar and Cigarette Holders, C.isrs ami L-lglilers, Pouches,
Ash Trays and Pipe Racks. Tell ns what yon want und wr will
suit you. If yon cannot call, phone 37 nod goods will he sent to
youi home lor approval.    Buy early while stoik is complete.
McKinnon's Cigar Store
m
Climbers Graduate
Castle Mountain, Aug ■ Quit* :.
large purty made lhe qualifying ellinli
u|i Storm mountain making the as
cenl .11 three dllterent ways. Blglil
een people graduated lo active mem
oersblp; theae Included the Misses
1' irelll and Shewed and Mr. A. W
Blake, ■>( Winnipeg,
The second expedition wenl to es
plore tlie pass ti> Boom lake, whicli
they report as lieing verj beautiful.
The trip »■' au arduous one "I 15
hours duration,, though It int jive ;
comparatively Htl le climliing.
The third expedition wa   a two-daj
u niiUei the leadership ol I)
Wheeler. It went to exi ■• Pi
i ive  \ alley   and    u  establish a
-
ned Ioi  aext wei k,
Poultry Men Active
Mi.   .1 R     1     ■
ire, a l
■ i
;.,ii   .i ;■: . ' 1*  m
il  a tempi
■
■  .
.-.  •       tt I
■ ■
for Bale are fertile, any keeping •(
them In n temperature uf 7" .li'hr""s
Ioi over six hours can l»- safely trust.
ed i" Induce gei ininal Ion and io render tlu'in unlit 'ft '. i.
Fire Alarm Boxes
Senilis are g'veu thus 2 strjkes,
uterval 5 seconds—4 strokes, Hoi
4. No. uf box will mIs.. be shown
n  Indicator at  Kire  Hall.
biirnal   tor   practice—not   Ifss   tiimi
ii ti) xii'W strokes.
One ill indicates line bruSsn or
ra out.
FIRE  BHIUADK  .NU.   TWO.
Box  No.   14—Corner    First    street
Jul    McKenzie   avenue.  C. B.  Hurae
A Co.
Box  No.   15—Curner   First       street
n.i  Rokeby  avenue,  post  ofllce.
Uux   '- :r.er   Second   street
and  Government   Hotel   and
IcUM.
Box  No.   It—Cantl Third
-. I   Campbell   avenue.   Glob*
• r company.
I    • P.R    station,
i street
Dd      HcKenxtt.      avenue.      Cat*
b .rcb
street
>     .-
. street
ml T'» ■ ■ •■• c real • . It:>
rack.
tr Bi      I   strait
IfUIH,   Mrs   Baker.
B..i «   - re Hail No   •
l! SJP1UI
a
KIHK  BRIOADB  NO.  ON».
b.,i  N     M   ftn  H«U  H      1
Optra
l.um
Box No. 45—Front street west,
ear C. V.  it   bridge.
Box No. 46—Corner King and
inu tins Htreeta, Palace Meat Market.
Box No, 47—Corner Second and
Vales  streets,  back  o( court bouse.
box   No.    48—Corner    Third      ami
lms.  etreets. Cowan block.
i   'I I'.i'      MT.      BUtnilla,    No. S4G1
OF I. O. F.
Meets in 1. 0. O.  F. Hall next    to
Tapping's  Opera  House  every  secon'
and tourtb  Monday in montb.  Visit
ibk brethren cordially welcomed.
O, W. BULL, C. H.
WM.   3.   CAMKUON,   ReC.-Ssc
C.  W. O.  W.
Mountain View Camp, No. lii
Meets Second    and     Ko irth  Wodnts
days    in each  month in    Selkirk
Hall.     Visiting Woodmen are
ally  invited to attend
A.  J.  WOODLAND, Con   Com
JAMES   McINTYRE.  Clerk.
BBLKIRK     LODGE 12,  1. o. O.  F.
Meets STsry     Tuursday evening   in
Bslkirk  Hall at ■  j'clock.     Visiting
|   invited.
■
JAS    MATHIE
OOU) RANOK L0D08,     K. of   P..
So.  K,   i'.K. BL8TI KB,  B
Meets far;   'AHn-sday incept    ths
^.'.nra'.tj :,; each montk     fn
Oddfsii' ws   Hall st i o'clock,  vmt
Ing  Knights nra r0rd:al'.y  Invltsd.
■
■     M     BRO    ■       K    of  R    A  rt
M    nl W
HAKVLwY, McCAKTEK
AND  PINKHAM,
Barristers,  Solicitors,  Etc.
Imperial  Bauk  Building  Revelstoke, B. O.
Money to Loan.
oilli-es-lleveUtnke,    B.    0„     aad
Cranbrook, B. O.
Geo. B. McOartsr,
A. M. Pinkham, J. A. Harvey
Revelstoke. Cranbrook
ROBERT SMITH.
Provincial  LaDd   Snveyor,
Mining Surveyor,
Emglneerlni
McKBNZIB AVE.,
BOX   106.   REVELBTOKE
P.
Vi
0.
11.
Box
WALLACE, M.B.C.8.A.
ARCHITECT.
146,  Hevelstoke, B.O.
ASK THE DRIVER
Everybody knows him, he will
tell you that the whiskeys ws are
n, lling are the best, (inll and be
convinced. No household should
lie without a mipply of our Harvey's Special  Scotch Whlshoy; our
Frnpln iioueui Brandy, guaranteed
no years old or Blaokbsrry Brandy
for Medicinal purposes, Our stock
of rlioine Wines and Liquors of all
kinds are unexcelled. Hold by all
the leading hotels, or telephone
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Importers and Dealers In Pure Wines, Liquors, Cigars and Cigarettes
HEVELSTOKE   COUNCIL
No.    21,     UOYAL    TEMPLARS    OF
TEMPERANCE
Meets every  2nd  aud  tth Thursdays
in     Oddlellows    Hull,    at 8  o'clock.
Vieitiug  Templars  ure  cordially   in -
vited to attend.
W    EB.  MUNSON. S. C.
A. I). TOtJRNBR,  R. S.
KOOTENAY      LODGE.  No. » A.  F.
and A. M.
Regular meetings are held ln MAS
u.Nir TEMPLE. Oddlellows' Hall
on ths Third Monday In each month
at 1 p. m Visiting brethren are
rurdially  welcome.
w. THOMSON, W. M.
W.  B.   ROBBRT80N,  8scrstsry.
Mi      U/()()!)l'.\   nil
'({/Mi vertt  arc.  iin
mm    ....I..).. 	
tightly,   dangerous,
expensive,   shortlived.
Which kind of a culvert
does your waggon cross?
Di ■
■
CULVERTS (>F CONCkKTE
whu h  not
■ ■
■
■
...
■
■  ei '
Insiat upon '■ atvirtt
[i «     ; >    j -in ind <-• fryhod)  i  i   ■
Canada Cement Company Limited
BOS Harald Building, Montr**)
►WM. Uh.'     ft*
With  t 'mi Hit "
I     , ,:,.
•
/.
( M>\ (   REI   I
t ulverta   arc
• ii,  vi fi,  neetl  no
repairs,   and    are
lasting.
c.
White-Star-Dominion
CANADIAN SERVICE
ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS
Montreal Quebec Liverpool
Largest & Finest SteamersfromCanada
New S.S. Laurentic, 15,000 Tons Each
New S. S. Megantic
Sails June 22, July 20, Aug. 17. July 6, August 3, August 31
ONLY FOUR DAYS AT SEA
one-olaas (I I) Cabin aarvloa.
Twin-Screw S. S. Teutonic     Twin-Screw S. S. Canada
5H2 leet long, 18,000 horsepower S!4 1'cet long
Sails July 13, Aug. 10, Sept. 7. June. 29, July 27, August 24
Company's OtTices, 619, Second Ave., Near Cherry St., Seattle
THE   MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED 1865
Record of Progress for Five Years—1906-1911
!9tl<>
* 3,000,000
Capital
Reserve   -
Deposits      -
Loans and Investments
Total Assets
3,000.000
23,677,730
27.4.r>7,090
33,090,192
1911
* 4,000,000
4,600,000
35,042,311
38,854,801
48,237,284
Has 83 Branches In Canada, and Agents and Corrsspondents in all
tha Prlnolpal Cities In ths World.
A QENERAL  BANKINO BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Intersst allowed at highest nun-ant rata.
Revelatoke Branch, W   H. PRATT, Manager
FruitLancL
FOR SALE
(iitlflnn Kay landB in parcel* of
10 nr '20 acrnH or en bloc. Correspondence Invited,
John Shaw, Agent,
Box 616 Arrowhead
Lumb
tl. W. EDWARDS'
TAXIDERMIST
Animal    Rugs,   Game
Heads and Birds
Mounted
P.O.Box 31, Kevelstoke
umDermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -  RevelBtoke, B. C
ItImitJIiih in>; your outfit of working clothes
(or tlie'butli. I mske a
specialty ol lagging
Shoes, Pants, Sox, Shirts
Blankets and everything
required in your bnainesi.
E.   Q.   BURRIDQE
Tinamrth Repairs, Hal A»r, Pip*
and Furnace work
-WORK   8Hor
Qonnaught Ave.   -   ReveletoKe
III SATURDAY, AUGUST I Oth, 1912
THIH ^CAIL-HBJ^JLriX), REVULSTOK-ffi
SATURDAY, AUGUST 10th, 1»|2
!
MALAKWA
TOWNSITE
Lots In (he new townsite ol Main-
kwu arc now on the market lit prloei
ranging (rom $75 to |176. These lots
are all high and dry and the regain
lion slue. ( ., J
Beasons Why You
Should Buy in
Malakwa
This new town is just about hull
way between Hevelstoke and Salmon
Arm, being a tritie over Ut) miles
(rom either place. It is a natural location tor ii towu, heing surrounded
by a highly rich (arming district.
Lots in this townsite can be piirchas
ed on Ion* terms bo that a purchser
before lie haa really paid (or his lota
will havo mude a good profit ou his
investment.
Business Opportunities
There is a grand opening [or hotels
and other branches ol business, Including a burlier shop, shoe maker,
drygoodB and gents furnishings, and
all other legitimate  businesses.
Now on the Market
CP.R. Passes
Through Townsite
Station and Side Tracks
Already Installed
GET IN ON THE GROUND FLOOR
Buy Early
The first on,' hundred lot* sold will
bc at thc low prices ol 175 to • 170.
These lots will increase on,' hundred
per  cent  In  a few   months   I .ni,'       11
you (ail to secure ent blame yourself
when  paying higher priees later on.
Industries A/ready
Started
Already industries are being located here. Thc first keen business concern to grasp the golden opportunity
of locating at this townsite will lie
a large shingle mill, operated by
Spokane parties. This mill Will be
operated by water power.
Preparations are also being made
to install a water power sufficient to
operate an electric plant or any other
industry that may come in.
For further information, apply to
efessr.-. Johnston and Haycock, Mal-
nkwa, B. C.
'jm.ii ,mrmsz.i
. . It Might Be Cold. . .
BTJT
It is always hot in the plunge at Halcyon Hot Springs,   ~
whose natural hot medicinal waters are the most w.onder-   Bl
fui health restorer on the Continent    Our record of cures j!
of rheumatism and other chronic complaints is unequalled^
and verified by our gratified patrons.   Located among the
greatest scenery of Canada, easy of access,—the Sanitarium is luxuriously fitted and finished  for comfort and
convenience of guests.
Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. BOYD. Proprietor,
Haloyon, Arrow Lakes
Union  Hotel
I LUST NEWLY RKPAIRED
RATES,     .     $1.50 PER DAY
Weekly and monthly rates to lie arranged.       Meal TicketB, 21 meals for |6.00
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
A. P. LEVKSQUK, Proprietor
Laughton <& Tapping, Props. First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
European Plan
Open Day and Night. - Meal Tickets, $6.00
MONTHLY BOARD
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
T.   AXBEET     STOIDTEi      PROP.
Centrat Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged  snd Improved.    First-Class in every reBpect.    All modern convenience!
Large Sample Kooms.
Ratf o $2.00 per day       Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
HOTEL CLIMAX RESTAURANT
-■»■—■■■— OPEN NIGHT AND DAY—"—'■—«
White Help Only Employed
Board by the Day or Week
Night Restaurant—Short Order
W. C.  BATCHELOR,       -       cTWanager.
Strictly First Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with Bath
Rosedene Nurseries
Revelstoke. B. C.
House Plants, Ferns, etc.
Cut Flowers, Roses, Carnations, etc
Thos. Newell, Prop.
Designs Box 51
Phone 295
JL
UNION HOTEL
AKKOWHHAD, B. O.
Bpeclsl Attention given to commercial
men snd tourir-t*. Flrit-rlss» sample
room*. Finest scenery in British Columbia, overlooking Upper Arrow Like.
W, J. Lightburne, Prop
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer     Draying
Handling Pianos a Specialty
Phone 42 -   Night Phone 85
Joins the CP.R.
Calgary, Aug. t—Announcement in
made ut the  otlice ot the  Department
o; Natural Kesonrces oi the appointment of Ur. J.ti. Rutherford, formerly thief veterinarian attached to the
Dominion government service at Ottuwu, to Ihe position of superintendent of animal husbuudry of the agricultural brunch t'unudiuu Pacific rail
way.
As a result uf thc meeting held Iiy
Mr. Dennis with the representatives
of the Dominion Department ol Agriculture, ihe Departments of Agricul-!
ture of the four western provinces,
tbe Canadian Northern railway, the'
Uru ml Trunk I'acilic ruilwuy mid the
packing interests in thc weat, u cooperative movement will be inaugurated in favor uf mixed funning un.l
the development of the stock industry
in  Western  Canada.
Dr. Rutherford will have hia headquarters in tbe Department jf Natural Hcsuiirces building in Calguly
and will take up his duties a'., once-
Hc is known us one ul thc foicnxiai
veterinarians in the country.
the law requires, and in other re-
■peotS tlie assertion* made ns lottor
disregard for lbe civil power arc turn
as tu make it necessury tn.it IM fOV-
ernment ascertain what tbe facl.1 are
in order thnl if necessary Ftepa in, y
lie taken tu enforce respect for Unlaws.
Ignore Statutes
Victoria, Aug. 8—Since ihe settlements of Duiikhobuis have been established iu this province at Brilliant
and lliunil Forks there bave tieen NV
eral Complaints aired in the press ot
the lluundary country, and some have
reached members oi the government
personally regarding the uttitude ol
these people toward tbe civil luws.
As a result of tbc statements which
have l«cii prcm-nted to him, lhc attorney general, Hon. w. J, Bowser,
hus consideroo it atlvisaule to have a
sworn Inquiry made intu the facts ul
leged. und he accordingly iecuinmeud
ed  to the provlnolal  executive at the
meeting held today iliuu aii investlga
tion lie conducted under the l-ubllc
Inquiries Act  .   This wus decided up
on, und will take place at un curly
dute.    lt has  not.  been selected us yet.
who shall be named as commissioner,
It is claimed by thow who live in the
vicinity of thc Doukhubui settlements
which are undei' the direction ul tne
well known leader ol the sect, when
lt« members guve so much trouble
on the prairies, Peter Veregln, tiat
they have no regard ,lur the laws and
appear to be a luw to themselves
or perhaps, more correctly, thai
Veregln is a species oi dictator. No
one charges them with any disposl -
tion tu break the.criminal laws, but
they have thc same contempt for the
civil law that thc members ol the
culonics In Saskatchewan had. They
will pot register uirtbs or death)   as
falls in Toils of iu. Police
Vaucouver, Aug. S—With one duiag-
crous prisoner in hand whu required
constant watching. Detective John
U'tirady of tne local pol.ee depurl -
ment singlehundcd ruptured Haruld
l.uwsun, uue uf the men whu shut und
killed Koy Blair, a O.P.R. brakeman
ut Morley, Albertu, und turned his
prisoner over to the R.N.W.M.1'. ut
Kenmore. Although this uccurred lust
week the modest detective had men -
tioned imt Imn; abuut bis heroism and
it wud uuly alter h,s report had beeu
sent and despatches hud been received (rum Winnipeg tbat his reman -
uble cupturc  neeume knuwn.
Uu tbe Imperial Limited while tu
route to lum city Hum Montreal,
Brakeman uiair discovered two hoboes bidding on top of a cur and ordered them to get oil. Tbe meu paid
no attention, und tipun his upproacti
ing tbe shorter suddenly i.i.-.i at
cloac runge, the bullet penetrating
the unfortunate man's heart. Doth
men jumped from tbe tram and made
oB.
iJ'iirady aaudcuhVd i,,, pnsoutr
Uu merit Creetu,   who  is   wanted    here
on a inurdei cbarge, to a cai seat am
went iu search uf the brakeman s
murderer.
lie discuvere.1 Lawson hiding u;mn.l
a  wuter tank. i uiumumiing  him t.i
throw up ins bands, O'Orady up.no
ached the man und took Ins guu away, and conveying Inm hack to the
train huudciilie.i lum t.. I resto, latSI
turning him over to the K.N.w.M P.
uu his arrival at Kenmore.
At llm present tune a posse are
Scouring the hills adjacent to Morley ilor uuy truce of Lawson's partner.
Tbe female house fly lays frnm 130
to ISO eggt at s time, snd these
mature In two weeks Cnder f»vor-
able conditions the descendants nt s
single pair will number millions In
three months Therefore 'I joule-
keepers should commence using
WILSONS
FLY PADS
early la tbe seaion, snd thai cut ofl
s large proportion el the summer
cre».
NOTICE
Kevelstoke Land District.
District of West KooUnay.
Take uotice that 1, Jean Uatiss tl.
Dlniid.ii, ol Montreal, occupation,
Merchant, intends to apply for permission to purchase the lollowiug
described  lands.
i ..inn,, in .ng at a post plauUd sixty chaus west uud 4U cha.us south uf
the south eust turner ot Lot 7072,
Ihence south OU chaius, theuce wesl
-u chains, theuce uortb to chains,
thence east 20 chains to point ot
commencement, containing 120 acres
more or leas.
Dated June 2btb,   1D12.
Jean Duties B.  blondiu,
Ashlar B. Blondin, Agent
NOTICK
Victor Horniest Machines C trom
i'2n upwards. Edison 1'bonographs,
trom »is.;.ij upwards.—ltevelstuke
Music  Store,  McKenxle Aveuue.
Kevelstoke Land District.
District of West Kooteuay.
Notice is hereby given tbat 1, Adelard ti. Blondiu, ut Ualcyen, B. C,
occupation Shipwright, intead to apply for peiiuisaiu.i to purchase tbe
folluwiug described land
Commencisg  at a  pust  planted    20
chains south and M chains wesl from
lhe  South Kast Corner of Lot 71172,
Uroup One, Kootenay District,     and
All claims agiiinnt the Kstate ul tin-1 marked  "A'  ti'  BloBdin's  North Kast
late William  Johnston,   whu wus kill , Corner Poet'   theme south 40 chains,
ed at What in..ie, B.C., un July loth,   thence   west  20  chains,   tbence   a rth
must    lie     tent in tu Mia.  A.  Long-  40 chains, thence east BO chains more
NOTIOB
ridge,   140 3th street,   N.W.,   Portage  or   le
la  Prairie,  Man.,   before  tbe 21st    of   ment,  and  containing
July,  1912,  otherwise  tbey  will not   or
to tbe point ol commence -
no
■ore
he considered.
MSB.
A.  LANG1UDGE.
Dated this Mth June, UU.
ADBLARD  B.   BL0NDUS, f   Sati'Iuiav. ai'iii'st imh,, iMS
THESMI^IL-IIIDR^LXir),  BBVELSTOKB
aATURDAY, AUGUST 1Mb, 1313
Dollar Divorces
Dollar divorces    Reno papers please
copy,     i M.t i ate separation     mai ked
do* a sevei am •■- .■' mat I Imony, bar
guin talea ol i ngle blisa       what     a
It rful     :  ol  .: duoements     might
Here I to mis mated ti urlsts. I' Ne
vada  could  •>; pi   pi ate  sotns  ol   the
•   •
Foi   mstanci >   men ni tin- in
galwa  tribe  *■!■<•  „■.-  tired
busi anda    have     the    Hen
sin- oan prove that he has beaten her
without sufficient provocation, or thai
he hud m.t  given her  proper     food,
clothing ur Bheltor. Ami I Ins is pretty
li ii .1 I. i Iimi to do, fur tlia- judge
mighl agree with the uuslmiicl that
Bhe deserved the boating and thnl  ibe
i I    i id   clothing   I In. I   he   guve    her
were  good enough  lm   her.
I.s    kasha    ARRANGED,
Uu  lh ■ other  liainl. II is  the easiest
thing in  lhe  wuil,I lor mi   Aral, ol  Il.e
same i 'glou lo east aside Ins wile In
thiiir ifuvor  ul   another.    Ami   then  the  lirsl
women one cannol  remarry,    unless   she re-
backed    oil ine map,   Tbes do   not
bave to worrj lot  si* months, a yeai
wheu   he      I ghl   her.    If   she     loses
her   good   looks  or   is     initidyiii      tier
oi two years, beld in an onerous mar'Ureig- or „ hi. groWB ,,,.,.,, „, her ,or
ital leash uai.I u judge     condescends Bome reason oi another, all he has to
do .   to say, "Woman, get thee hence
take thy goods-and ^.u."   And go she
must.  Divorce courts or feci; do     not
huve to he contended  w.th.
in .m.i uboul Tunis it is a different
t,
to sign ,i decree   Instead, thej Blmply
nag und nag   tbeli     husbands   until
tbe)   induce  the .int.  gentleman
gi.,- ihe . .i .     .   "■,,   ..<      inm'
drop ol ows, .i ,» uil oil, Huik  story.   Foi
:    ... goes tbe wife, taking  w.ih  court,  wliei
ber a j ire of I be mai' lage ol
.   :    bi omi i u divon  with
. it   ,!... ado.
Si i   are  these  Afi li an  women    i ii-
only i Dea who don t hte     themselves
to  Rent   when thi > merely  want     to
get rid of ihe t  hu hands,  Yet evei>
where one i uie holds pretty g'""i    In
the   dli ids    it's     Ihe     yullllg   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
women who are * I ig to take ana [principal liirnlsliings ol whieh ,iu<-
thei ibanci I'he n Wle-aged ones are beautiful eastern mc- antl draperies,
usualij .. led with tbe meal lick | there I it striking contrast In tbe up
ets they have. „mi glad enough when pearanon presented hy tbe grey
they can bohl tbem Particularly is bearded judges in green robes, and
tnis so .n Tunis, where ,m> man with BoW tiirbuns, the husbands also in
11.20 can gel his Iroeilora any time turbans, the lawyers in tarbooshes,
be wants .t. and   the   wives,    closely     veiled      ami
MOORS   HOLD  THK  RKCOHD       bonded,  herded  like  so  many    sheep
The Arabs and tbe Moors probably' ;"'h""i an iron grill. These lattoi take
hold the record.  In Sudan there an-  no part   m   the  proceedings,    leaving
ne will ilml a divorce
tin- men can gel n.l ol
iheii wives l-.i the grand totul sum uf
|1,30. \n.I the women sel,Inm have
any .".ii In lhe mai iei. it in-ill,- est i
muted that ii.nm divorces nut of the
ii n applied  Nn  .ue gi .iiiied.
There is a wondorful scene in    this
majc t M   hall ol jnsi ice   in Tunis,  pie
sent ing a picture which may Bome day'
win   a prize   (oi   sume   energetic      nnd
atllbll mi.,   al li   I       lu   I his       hall     I la-
Arab m-n wbo have married forty or
fifty t.me- w,tn.n ten ye.ue Tbetfe
male uf th.- spee.es cannot boast ol
tuch retold. The best the) are usual
jy able in-in ,s twenty matches in a
decade. This Is liecause the ctiston -
and •"-..enl • ,:,t... decree that a
divorcee shall wail three whole mon
th- before ■••.■m.i,,- a blushing bride
again, while her formei husband can
remarry tin day he is freed if he so
n. -
then   Interests In lhe bunds uf an ad-
vocnte
Notice to Advertisers
All  changes nf udds   must   he     left
at   tins  ollice one   full   day and  u halt
at  least  before publication day. Par
lies frequently  eome   in  juat  us     we
.ue   going  to   press  aud   wuiit   uu    ud
It would he  i greal  scandal for Ins changed     which will  lake un expert
discarded  site to Btartle Sudanese so  printer hall a day to change.       The
ciety hy being <o previous.  Bul  after  ,„„,,.,. lll,, qnlU. unreasonable „i   aii
Large Fruit Crop
The fruit imp  in the Okanagan <lis-
iriii ihis sensun will, ns bus already
been slated, exceed that oi nil previous years In, consequence ol the groat
ly iiicreas-ed area of land under cultivation, and it will he good news to
growers, lo learu that. Mr. It.M. Wins
low, of ihe Horticultural branch oi
tho depnitiiieni of agricultural, bus
received mi Intimation from Mr, 11.
Vi. Iirodie, general passenger agent
for the Pacillc const, thai, special re-
iluced fares will be granted by     the
O.P.R, to Iruit pickers going Into
thai  district  this month.
foreseeing the increased crop, the
B.O. Ki nit Growers' Association up-
proachod the raliwa> to aid them in
providing sufficient labor to cupe
with it aud tins concession is in uus
Wer  tu  their appeal.    I'arlies of    mil
less than ton can, by paying tor    ii
second cln b llckcl   way obtain it
return ticket from all points between
Vancouver and Calgary to tbo Okanagan,     These   tickets   Will    lit-   pi'llCUl* -
able between .\ngsait land20, and
Him return halves me good up in the
jut li i.f November.
Mr. Winslow states thai Bpecial pre
lunations are being made by ihe pi in
olpul Inm growers to provide suitable  aiTonn Iation  tot   their  employ
ens,   and   some   ale   making   special ur-
r.ingetiienis lor the reception of women li mt pickers, it is hoped In this
wuy  tu popularize fruit-picking am -
ung    nil    | pie      who cull  spnrc  the
time and at tin- same time spend an
enjoyable two months in the healthiest occupation possible and one winch
will in- well remunerated,
NOTICK
Revelstoke  Luud Diatrci.
District of West Kootenay,
Take,   notiee   thai    I    Owen   Buyer uf
Greenwood,   B.O.,  occupation,    hotel
proprietor,   intend   to   apply    ur   per-
niissiiiu to purchase the following described lands.
Oomtnenolug at a post plant -d at
the Nurth West Corner, being tea
chains eiiat of the .Smith West tanner ut Timber Limit Nu. 31283, tLince
eust 10 chains, thence smith id chains
thenco west 40 chains, thence north
40 chains to   poinl. uf eiitnuien.'e'iieut.
Dated  28th   June,   1912.
UWKN  UOYliiit.
Ueorge  Bouchard, Agent.
MINKRAI,     ACT    NOTIOB,
Speiilmv, .lurkius ami I'ark Fine •
noiial Miuerul Claims, Bltuato in the
Trollt LalM Mining Division ol West
Kootonay  District.    Where  located  '■—
im iiii'ai. Northern Mountain.
Take notice thai 1, O.B.N. Wilkie,
acl ing as ug.nl for Ihe Tint- fissure
Mining und Milling Company. Limited
Free Miners Certificate B94786, intend, sixty duys from date hereof, to
apply to the Mining Recorder lot' a
Certificate of Improvements, for   the
purpose  of  ubtuiuing  u  frown  (irnnt
of the above aiuim.
Aud further tuke notice that act-
ion, under section 117, must he commenced before tbc Issuance ot such
Certificate ul Improvements.
Dated this 18th dui of July, 1912.
U.   K.   N,   WILK1K.
Bankhead coal  in all sizes, broken,
egg    and    stove,    ltevelstuke    lieneral
Agencies,   Limited.
Gold Medal.
London, 1911
Larptl Solt HIt'H HMDB tm
tea—
her  per.od   ,■(   grass widowhood
has
matters    pertaining   tu the printing
tip.:-!   H   i .iti  cn  ;,n i      dn it   again
Without  feat   of criticism. business.    Such  ns   hru.g.ug   in  uu or
In  ihe  Barharj   states a wife     can for Job  work nud     wanting  it lu  uu
pet a divorce   .'  she finds  thai   hubby limit's time.   In older to provide (or
bad   anothei      sweetheart     '•■■Sue     he ada  appearing  is   issue  wanted.      uur
•o. I her. That  is her ..nly salvation patrons  must   have  ad  copy  at    this
it  .tie t.ie-   n!   her tetter   hall,   unless office as above spctlicd.
The best of
from  llie j best
land—for, thejjest
of  drinkers.
* liiStataJ.SU tlturkf•..
x All llluh-t'lual
., Crocers      4^
Older 1 nal  I'.caaf*
NOTICK.
Revelstoke Laud District.
DiBtrict of West Kuoteuay.
Tako notice that 1 Alice 11,11 man,
of Cerrurd, B.C., uccuputiuu Married
Wumuu, intends to apply lur permission to purchuse lhc lollowing des
cnlied lands:
Commencing ui u pust plauted un
the Nurth shore of Trout Luke abuut
40 chains west uud 20 chuius north
from the Nortll West Corner ol Lot
78C6, thencc oust 20 chuius, thence
south 20 chains, theuce West 20
chains ur less to shore of Trout
Lake, 20 Chains in ie or less to
point ut commencement, und con
taining about  40 acres more or less
Dated  18th day of May  1912,
ALICE   llll,I.MAN,
Per Lance Hlllmun.  Agent.
ALL GOOD DEALERS SELL
r
t    ^*
I STOVES AN
RANGES
I
he Gurney-Oxford Enthusiast
The I. •• ewi  ■ w!        ...: a Gum f-Gxford—
■.. ' i '  it .    .,, . ...   ..T.ce with  it    vv,,') knov.'S the
,■ -.      ■•■ ... :    |'..  ■•    n .:•.-,- and efficiency of it—
• Ciui:. ' '-' Intln r.iait.
.. . r.   ,. .  i. -. trs is (he Mini total of
" ..    i.i    .-. i construction.   It
x.p-e' mtiome stove, lhat works con-
■  'and  .       '•■ '•      • ii' owner's satisfaction.
It sl i      f.'uard o.<.' l.er interest!, conserving her
•lictinB a daily saving in  coal,
• hold  economy  and  increasing
which comes  from  a smooth-running
Itsehoid.
iastically recomraenda the
C:;r the f|iirstion comes up.
er friend* to learn, what she knows
ict, that a Gurnev-Oxford Ranjje is a good
housewife's moil valuable, nnd cherished possession.
TAX SALE NOTICE, CITY OF REVELSTOKE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I shall sell at Public Auction on Saturday, thc
-1st Jay of August, igia, at the City Hall, Revelstoke, B. C, at One o'clock in the afternoon,
the lands or improvements, or Real Property as described for unpaid, delinquent municipal
taxes, special rates, interest costs and exprnscs due thereon, unless, in the meantime, the arrears
o( Municipal taxes, special rates, interest, costs and expenses as set forth in the schedule hereunder be sooner patd.
Dated at Kevelstoke, 1$. C, this 25th day of July, 1912.
BRUCE A. LAWSON,
Collector tor the Corporation of the City of Revelstoke.
SCHEDULE
NAMI-; OF OWNER
Bradley, Ft. A	
Bradley, Mrs, Mae
Calev, John 	
Caley, Mrs. John 	
I'nW-v, Robert 	
Colacurclo Francisco	
CouRlilin, Mrs. II. K	
LOT
12
1    2    .1   4
Daem, Joseph    •
D'Archangelo, G. Ji F..
l-;ison, Mrs. \V	
Gowing, Arthur ('..
Henderson, Peter
Hendrick, B. M..
Henri, Sam ..   .
JohllSOIl, George.
I.aniana, Pasquale. •. •
Leslie, John A	
Levesque, Eugene E.
I,uii/ii, Mrs. M. C.   .
Lilllli, litis	
I.uikI, Mis. tins	
Mil, lull, Chas. \V.
Morris, II. I.'	
11
1ft 17
10
1 to 7
id
1 2
7 B
1
fi
S 9
8
1 J
W. J
6
9
BLOCK
•19
9
1
5
1
S
HU
.19
.11
107
14
Add. B
5fi
n
7
IS
McCrae, Alex.
Nelson, John.
Pagdin, Tims
Perrln, Jules .
Revelstoke Realty Co.
Kinissell, Tims	
Smionr, Rosalre dr.
Smith, Robert	
Since) ,  Mrs. K	
Sluiie\, II. B	
14
7
4
1
9 It)
10
90    91
4
.1   4   n
Villa Lot 4
.1    4
7    H   9
6
14
14
19
s
Add.
101
6
9
30
.19
35
B
45
39
40
H
3.1
in
N
101
4
II
B  V
2"o
$ ll 47
173 19
39 85
51 31
3S7 23
7 07
47 11
10 74
15 38
17 03
13 45
23 M
34 57
19 65
21 22
7 07
7 07
14 35
III 51
(i9 III
41 47
16 80
•14 86
21 24
46 14
mi 82
47 86
79 03
ll 09
7 07
34 26
M 07
ll 95
U  S
o   n
3 00
9 70
$ 3 75
4 26
19 25
2 30
4 30
2 45
2 65
i 85
2 60
3 05
3 50
3 30
2 90
2 30
2 30
2 60
2 48
5 (HI
3 80
2 75
4 CO
2 00
4 00
6 50
4 10
9 40
2 90
2 30
J 50
3 40
3 00
ig
$ 2S 47
182 89
43 60
55 56
406 48
9 37
52 02
13 19
18 03
20 48
16 05
26 89
38 07
32 95
24 12
9 37
9 37
16 95
12 96
74 04
45 27
10 55
48 86
24 14
50 14
IOR 32
gl 96
88 43
23 99
9 37
37 76
35 47
25 95
Oolarco, Joe	
Farwell, A, S. Estate ■
Menotte, Pasquale
I.auuiiii. Salvaiorr
SCHOOL TAXES
Part of S. E. 1 Section 27
'lownship 2.1
Villa Lot 41, Sec. 34,|Tp,
2.1. 103, 79 acres, l'art.ol
Sec. 27, Tp, 2.1    21) acres
11
X
8 40
59 4S
9 78
2 90
2 38
4 65
2 45
2 15
10 75
61 10
I 12 23
5 05
Hevelstoke Jfardware Co.
REVELST< >KE, B. C.
fl*
TENDERS    WANTKI).
Setti.-ii     Teaderi   addresaed   to ttie
undersigned ainl endorsed uu the envelope     "Tender lur the construction
ui u residence tor the Superintendent
of iht-     Experimental staiiou at In-
vermere,   nt-ur  Athulmer,   11.C,"   will
lie received up tu 4 p.m., ou the First
• ia>   ul   August,   IDV2,   lul   the  sevtiul
h and  materials required iu tin-
on "i a residence tor ihe Super
atendeui   ..1   the  hlxperimental  &ta-
'..ii  .,1   Invermere,  near     Athalmer,
B.  O.
I    ins  an.l   plans cuu be seen
m Ion tu Mi.  Duncan AuUer
ttlialmer, 11 1 .
hiacb  leu.ler      iiiiihI   I.e aecuinpauieil
accepted cbeque on a chartered
.  ■    najrabtt to tlie  Honourable lhe
tei  ol Agriculture, equal to leu
pSI    -mr.   ui   tne   »tiul«   atmollUt  ut   llic
teudsi,   which cheque  will  be (orfeitvil
.      u ■ -i lal ui  1 ompany ^eiuiiiic
.«-       to   eiilei    Into   a COOtl ul
m Depai 1 menl di iiaiis to 1 -uu
hag
Department   does nol   bind  u
•eil   ' 01   any teu
apiapi-is   publi  bing    'In*   aulver
Liaement   without  autl iv   *iii  nut
be paid.
A    I,    JAIIVIH,
■ -   --.nii Dep ity Mlnlsiei, smi
Seervtai y ot t |rii ulture.
Uepa •   'nt <.r Agriiiiituis,
■ - .      '•■   .hltlt,    Itli.
NOTICK TO UlKDITOIlH
in the  matter ul  the   Estate of  William   Hiil,til   ,l.,ll.He,    deceased.
Notice is hereby giveu that all
creditors and uibers having claims
againvt   tbe   Kstutc   uf   Wllliaui   tier -
bert JolllOe, lute ui Kevelstoke, U.U.
deceased, wbo died al Hevelstuk* uu
or about the 6lb duy uf Jua«, IUU,
are  required      lu  send   lo  the  uuder-
siKumi  Solicitors iui  Cbuiles Jollille
AduiiiiiHlialur of the l-istaie uf sunt
deceased,      withiu  l.u  duys from date
lull particulars ul tbeir claims, duly
verified, and that altu thai date tin-
said Aitmiuistrutor will proceed to
distribute the said lilstule auiungsl
tliuse .-in it lasl theielu regard huiug
had ulily tu those claims ot which
said Administrator shall have tbeu
received   notice.
Dated duly (.th, 19U.
Harvey, McOarter and Plnkaaia,
Solicitors  for   Charles    JolliDs,    Ad
mlnlstratot  uf   the   Kstate    ol    the
su.ii deceased. taidya.
1
NTI I' K
MUll   B
iatoke Land r; '
mstrtet ot *>•'. Koottaav
lakf notice thai     R»mm
Ma>».r.   uf   tflOtapoHa,   Miiiia.lh,
ipation  I lerk,  intends,  lo apply foi |
mm..,11   to   pun base   : In, <■ I'. ,WiUg
leecrtbed  laods
I ..mm. neing  at  a  ^'<«t  plant I I    sl
the   North west. Oornei  "f Lot nii5
llmiirn north N chain-., th" ra w»»t
M chsins, thence suulh ti rhkias,
Ihence east (0 cbains to point of
eommttOtMal and contsining 160
u 1.. murs or less,
Dated .lune 10th, lsia.
BAKNKST   ADUU"   MAYER.
Foi s 1 nee to lake hu.i iim Watei
Notice is    hereby     given thut the
Canadian Pacini  Railway tuiupauyuf
Vancouvei    und   Montreal,   Will   apply
lui ailoenec to tahs and uu onecutv
. ...t 1,1 watei out ui Canyon Creek
.imh Bows in a northerly    direction
through   lut   3CC,  ami      empties     uilu
Lardo    River    near  Qerrard,    Tbe
Watei   will   Iw ill ver led about 1UUU leet
diu   Hum  the      Watei   tank      at
1.ml sn!   und  will   |m-  used  fur general
<uriu  laiiwny purposes on the t'.i'.it. Co.
„     1 Igbl Of way.
Iln. untn e was pusled nn tbo
ground un the Uth day ul July, l'JU
Application will I.e bled 111 tbe
oflaM of tbe Watei Recorder at Itev-
• laluke. iHijecliuns may In- Ultd witb
the said Waier Recorder or with the
Comptroller ot Water Rights, parliament  Mu.bungs,   Victoria,  D.C,
Canadian  1'aciHc  Railway Co,
Applicant,
Ed.  Inland,  Agsul,
Mlion, fi. 0i
LRJUOR  ACT 1910.
Notice Is hereby given that thirty
days after date hereof, it is my In-
teutiou   to  make  application   10    tne
Mupfimii'ini.nt  of l'roviiiciai Police,
tor tbe grant ofa license tor the sals
uf Iniiiui by retail in and upon the
preiuises kuowu as tbe St. Lsou Hotel, hk iiaini at 81. 1.Mun llut Springe
B.C., upon tbe Ian.Is ilescrllrtd as
Lot No. im.
Dated this 27th day ul June, 1913.
M. GRADY,
Applicant.
NOTIOB.
PL'bLIC NOTIOB is hereby given
that tbe I uuadiuii 1'ucitic Railway
company did dsposit iu tbe Laad
RefUtry Ottice in the City of Kam-
luups ou tbe mii day uf Novembei,
lull, uuder No. 'jjJ Plan, I'ruhle aud
Book of Reference of proposed spur
tu be constiucted by tbe said too,
paay from its uiaiu hue at Mils
Uuaid 4.1.s iuui tbe luwu al Sica-
uiuiii, tbeuce ruuumg Nwrtherly and
Noitb weslsrly across tbe South-east
Noi tb east and Nui lh west tiuattsrs,
Bection 1, Tuwuebip Tl, Range I,
West uf tbe ttb Initial Meridian,
tbence Westerly across lots to.i.. aad
iM, 1.1. mii ], Kamloops In visum ol
Yale Dlstriot near Sicamous iu tbs
Province ol Dritish Columbia, to the
pieiuises of tbe Columbia River Lumber Company, und tbat thirty days
after Ibis uotice or as soon thereafter us tbe appiica 1,uu cau be beard
lbe Canadian I'atilic Railway Com •
pauy inteuda to apply to the Board
of Railway Commissioners for Canada for authority to construct the
aforesaid spur.
Dated tbs 12th day ol June, 1513.
B.  W. BATBMAN,
Local Right of Way
and Leans Agsit,
Canadian   Pacific   Railway Company,
Vancouver,  I. c, 4 SATURDAY, AUGUST 10th, UUU
TiaEisj^^iiL-HiimiE^Lib, ^ejv-eXjSto^s
SATURDAY, AOQOST Mth, 1911
THE ONLY SHOE STOCK
IN TOWN WHICH CAN
SUPPLY THE NEEDS OF
THE WHOLE FAMILY
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. £. /fume # Co.. limited
OUR SHOE MOTTO
Classy Shoes in newest designs
at a minimum cost for maximum wear.
OUR DRY  GOODS DEPARTMENT
A BARGAIN IN A HOUS HOLD STAPL
TOWELS—A job lot, all colors; some white,
Turkish, great-sized towel, worth $4 to $5 a doz.
Get them now by the dozen or half dozen at the
rate of per dozen	
$3.00
HOSE AT 20c. PER PAIR
Sixty dozen of Hose ro on sale. This is a good
buy; any size from 5. to 10; good for boys and
girls; black or tan, strong, heavy ribbed cotton,
fast dye.   Buy five pairs for $1.00 or per pair	
20 Cents
A WOMAN AND HER WAISTS
It is not odd that she should be so critical about
them, for which makes for more attractiveness
than dainty, lace, always feminine Fancy Wash
Waists. The new Waists reflect these qualifications at every turn. New lines of pretty Waists
to hand every day. Stock always complete.
Almost any want can be filled	
$1.00 to $5.00
BABIES WHITE DRESSES
A charming lot of fine little White Frocks, that
will go far toward replenishing the little tot's
wardrobe. Beautiful little White Frocks, nighly
trimmed with lace and embroidery. Special
values f.om	
$125 to $5.00
NEW GOODS EOR AUTUMN 1912
NEW   ENGLISH   TWEED    DRESS    GOODS.
NEW SILK AND LISLE HOSIERY.
NEW CORSETS IN THE I). & A.   AND ALSO
BIAS FILLED.
NEW HAIR ORNAMENTS,   BARRETTES, Etc.
NEW TOWELS AND TOWELINGS.
NEW LAWNS AND MUSLINS.
SPRING'S GARDEN OF RIBBONS
New Ribbons from France and Switzerland.
Everything in Ribbons from Baby Ribbon at 25c.
per dozen to wide at	
$1.25 Per Yard
Groceries and Crocker; Department
Bargains Bargains
For Friday and Saturday
Corn Starch   3 Pkgs. for 25c.
Venus Herring 2 tins for 25c.
Maconochic Herrings in Tomato Sauce.
 15c. per tin
Specials in Ketchup
Hein/.e's 25c and ,^5C bottles.
Blue Label, ,',5c. bottles.
Burlington, pint bottles,   15c. per bottle.
Bar Harbor, pint bottles, 25c. per bottle.
Tobasca—25c. bottles.
Mexican Chili—40c. per bottle.
Marmalade
Large shipment of Marmalade just placed
in stock which includes Robertson's
-, 4 and 2 lb. tins. Lemon, Gingerine,
Ginger and Pineapple in 1 lb. jars;
Chiver's in 1 pound jars; Kciller's, 7 and
4 lb. tins and 1 lb. jars; Crosse &
Blackwell's, 7 and 4 lb. tins and 1 and 2
lb. Jars.
Teas and Coffees
Coffee Beans 3 lbs. for $1.00
Ceylon Tea 3 lbs. for $1.00
Sunbeam Tea (Red Label good) 40c. lb.
Sunbeam Tea (blue label best) 50c. per lb.
China and Glassware
In this Department we are ready to serve your wants. You will be looking
around for a suitable wedding gift for your friends who are about to join ||the
largest society in the v. odd, and you will find it here among our Cut Glass, Fancy
China, Glassware, Tea Sets and the thousand and one pretty things in our stock.
Men's Furnishings - Boots and Shoes
Children's Hat Bargains
All this season's stock of Children's Straw and Canvas
Hats on the table at a price. We can't afford to carry
them until next Summer. You can't afford to miss
them now. There are two more months of hot weather
ahead of you. Think of the Child's comfort and how
cheaply you can purchase it now. Commencing Thursday morning the price will be
T5c. Each
Canvas Shoes
LADIES' CANVAS OXFORDS in
white and brown, or grey and brown,
leather trimmings. They were all good
values at the regular price. Now you
can judge for yourself.
$1.50
per pair
Men s Canvas Shoes
OXFORDS AND BALS in grey and
brown. c/411 sizes. We take a pleasure
in recommending these to our regular
customers.
$1.65
per pair
HOUSE FURNISHING DEPARTMENT
FANCY COLORED CURTAINS
We have a crowd of the New Fancy Colored Curtains we
want to let go;~got an overstock of them. They are the
new ideas in Nets with floral designs. The New Colored
Muslin Cathedral Draperies.
The $2.90 Lines. Now $2.00.   The $4 Lines. Now $2.90
NEW JAPANESE VERANDAH SHADES
In Wood Splint, Fancy Colors. An entirely New Idea
—the Roll-Up kind. All lengths, very decorative and
useful. Gives you privacy on your own verandah that
you cannot otherwise have.
Get Them At Humes.     A Large Stock • to Choose From KATl.'HH.\\ . Al'UI Bt 10th, 19111
•"DlIESJJ^^IL-HCEIRJLLr),  REVELSTOKE
HATimriAV, AUflUfiT 10th, 1012
New Goods By Express
Twenty Ladies' Imported Costumes—Special Prices.
Newest Early Fall Styles. Velvet Cords. Plain
Velvets and Serges; also a few Silk Street
Dresses.
10 Cases of New Goods put in stock in the
last few days.
REID & YOUNG
THE CITY IN BRIEF
Vi. Vi.  FoBtei
pul       M'orktj        in I ■ mm i:  ■ ..lay.
K. Sn Ith lelt  lor     \ ancouver
I ;.   irhere lie will  remain all
t.r.
on
l-.'lll-
A pai ty ci .;- ial ing ol MeBdames li.
M. Copley T. Corley, and C.T) Mac
donalU, accompanied in Mis* Haj i o
ol tl i Di n Ion Sawmills Co., lefl
on Thursday mt a weeks' trip to the
i  ast.
Mesai -   ! I Sawyer, ol the
\ •  •:if   i:i" Lumbei  Co., al  Chase,
the    ty,
\    i:    Mi t lea  thnn,  n .ir ..■■■■■' ol the
!'.;•■   .    Bank,  wll!  return In he
i .,-•   ■■■ Tuesday.
.i.m.n Sanderson who bo boon laid
up most part "I the Bummer, wr are
glad to say, is getting around again,
Tht Juvenile Bostonians ai! i>< .< .k
«xl at tha Empress theatre lor Friday
September 13th.   The big Bhow oi the
>'"r- .•.*!
Mr. C. ti. Harcourl. ..! tne imperial
Banl ida staff,     bas returned
(rom Banff, where be has been ciigag
■ ■   ... dutj  (oi   the pusi    few
Wl    a ■
Mi:-. C. Jollifle leavM today for
\ ,,o • iria upon umi re
tun . • hei daughter M :..,- been visiting bei
- -• : Mi - T ippei White, for the
pasl iUis.
Mr.  and  Mis   Kenneth  Dewar,     ,,f
ire visiting in    Revelstoke,
I    -' • ■■■ in . and Mrs,  Mc
L. an    This is Mi.  1) ■ ■   . isit
.' tbe i anadlan
.   . ighly   imi n
w.tb  ; be a) ;■• arani e of out city
stion,
t. ..     ■ to  amalgamate
•. ■   pi
on the 2   :   Vugust    an
.  . cement
■ ■'. I tores on the    Hth
...'it.
In tn-'  1
ijtit  R"v.   K.  J. Chave m
tbe iecti      M
the
lasl ■ I        wries   on   thi
Lord     Pi lyei      Bvi n i g   "The Pai
,   e .• 'vet.     a cordial wel
■
Ad        I    d i    ■ isual i   ..■
•   .-     •        e hi ■ ■ Imere
Rai
when  Mr.   Ri   l    ■•
■ • ■ ■        	
•  • ■ fui .   •
ii all I oi
i.m' rati
etc   Mr. i| I ■
■   Bros
■
and i
.'.'■ will
I*    ; :•   r
Preserving Season
lur preserving Fruits we hnmlle only ihe bests If you wish to pro-
euro such fruits ns cannot be beaten either iti quality or price, we
would advise yon to place youi order with us. Wc will guarantee de
Hvei • "f al) orders taken.
FRUITJARH AM) RUHHERS
This .f.i-on we are handling the celebrated Mason Fruil Jars iu Pints,
Quarts .nnl li i'i gallons, These Jars require uo comment. Thev are
par excellence.
A. HOBSON,
MacKenzie Avenuo
J
Revelstoke Inside Property
Real Estate is selling rapidly. Why not get in before all the most desirable residential lots are taken up '
Last week we made several good isles i<> local buyers and it will only be a
short lune before these lota art all closed out,
Pall at mir office and get full particulars, .\ll our property can be sold
un easy term:..
Kootenay Agencies. Limited
Wc are glnd to announce thai Mis.
Harry Cooke i- progressing favorably
after her recent operation.
Brakesman BuHn, now lying in tbe
Revulstoke hospital, is recovering
nicely aftei tbe amputation of bis leg
above the knee, which operation was
performed on Thursday morning.
In U»' Presbyterian I'hurcb ttie reg-
ul.u' services will  be  beld  tomorrow.
Morning subject, "The hllixir .•: Life"
evening subject,  * * 'I* l,«* ESmpty  Mind
Al the morning service Mi*.    J.    .1.
si, • le,  president   ...  W'.K >i .-■
Presbyterian church ol I'miudu,    will
give a short  address on  the  works ol
th«  socleij     lu  the evening  I  •
"iircak Thou the Bread ol Llfi
..'  sung     hj    Misses   iI    M't
Pearl Robinson and uVladj - i
and there «111 be a ihi rt
i ceeding i be
Wh.it is the mntter with out Jun
;,,. lacroi M hoys' Kevcn Is the lar
Lvst number that bave yel appeared
mi the Held to practice for a match
againBt the Sappertons to be played
..ii the 1'itii ..( Hi.' presenl month, n
is true some "f tbe usual players are
vn. imi there are iti 11 sul
tick  ii ui'i mn t'i
" liittuin   Revelstoke' they
out .ni  the Held.  I
Ct to  fa
ci .i-i mat
■
in't    plaj
I
■   .
•   ■
■
left tiefore th- match.
Mrs. W. J. Lee, accompanied by bor
daughter,     Miss   Cora 1  returned
from ilie coast on Monday lust, very
much Improved In health, nfter u sojourn of two months ill   the COUBt.
Mr. ll. Pulley, ii former well known
amateur buBoball player ol the liiair-
!•', has decided to take up his perm
nneiii residence In Rovolstoke, and
accepted a position a Brakesman on
tho C.P.R.
robIqIt Sops
(Coucluileil (min I'ii}',,' I'm'
The anm
pici
■
Methodi
i     W
■
■
diamond, on the decision of a "foul
hull." The Kamloopa spectators ware
already leaving tbe Bald In vii-i'iisi al
such raw dealing, and the manager ol
the Revelstoke O.P.R. baseball play
ors, thought it his duty, to tollow
their example and led In* mon ofl the
grounds, after tlio gamo bad been cul
led ofl, nil liels boing also declared
oil Ii<>tli teams were assisieil hy im
ported talent, only one outsider, PH
cber l.i'zii' playing for Revelstoko, viee
Estridge, who was hurl In u recent
wreck, nml the batteries did excellent
work throughout, although it is held
that l.ezie bad tba ndvantago over
Kivsler on the actual play, In spile
of very poor umpiring, tho mime up
to ilie seventh Innings,  i      admitted
to have I n the most  oxcitlng    ex
liihition ol baseball ovoi seen on iho
Kamloops grounds, the strain at this
point became too much Ioi tho umpire altogether, and In nn Bndenv
or to save th.' mono) whieh a lew
Kamloops funs hail heen Induced by
the offering on tha part of Rovelstoke
of henvy mills lo put on the game he
lost his houd completely and aband
oneil any pretense ot umpiring the
play at all, liis sol.' Idea being to
disqualify Revelstoke, ami give the
giums lii Kamloopa at any cost.
The gamo conclusively proves, that
thc fair umpiring of theso games is
totally beyond the powers of residents of either of the contesting
towns, and as iii ihe Interests of
Bport.lt is very necessary thnt tbe
Kami's should be played out, the on
'iy alternative is to secure an Impartial outsider, to act ns umpire ol the
games, lt should be possible td oh
tain siieh an umpire from Vernon or
other neutral titles, anal when the return game is played at Revelstoke,
this  procedure should certainly     be
adopted.
That tho meeting of those two
lenins is capable of supplying baseball of the inosi thrilling character,
was proved by the sensational plays
made by both teams In this game, So
far out <>f thin' games played, tlie I'.
I'.U. bave won two games, and Kam
loops one, the Kamloops win being
registered on the Revelstoke grounds
before a Revelstoke umpire whilst tho
two Revelstoke win« have lieen made
one .a each of the rival cities.
ih. im Is yel time for two more dc
elding games, before the season end
and II i neutral umpire ean he ecui
ii.  there is no douht  that  tic     will
n Ive the  general   support  ol     the
real sportsmen ..f both eit.es.   it    is
in the best t ol  the game    it
self, and to secure the continuance of
sports     between    these    two    cities,
I Ion  ihi uld lie
'' ed,     and   :n      sup -
porting thi n outlined
the Mail-H nly following the
■.   the   Kamloopa
eport ol the game,
n   full   ill
At of   our   readers.
on  and fnir
Tennis Tournament
■\n  oxcitlng  tennis  tournament   lms
just boon played this week at Golden]
between  the    Uevelstoke and    Golden
clubs.
The Revelstoke pluyers were Miss
Pngol and Messrs. Reynolds nnd Sih
bald. The result of tbe loiirniiineiil.
uas  as   follows!
Ladies double was won hy Miss
Tbutchor und Mis It. Armstrong, of
Goldon, while the ladles Binglo wan
won   by   Miss  llanildy  nlso uf Golden.
The gents double wus won l>y li. It.
Reynolds and J.I). rllbhald, jr., while!
Mi. Reynolds   ul m    won     the gouts
single.
In lh.' linals Reynolds won from ,1.
Bulman of Goldon In the singles   tho
score being 6-2 and r. I In favor    ol I
Mr.   Reynolds.
Tin' weather for tho match was
deal ami the Rovelstoke players were
loyally entertained by the Golden op
poiienlH u most eiijoyalili' dillici! holllg
given 011 Tuesday ovoning.
A inosi noticeable feature was the
good playing done hy tbo ladies of
Goldon. It is, bowover, a regretable
fact that more of the Revelstoke lady
players eould not got away.
In lho Immediate future when tho
Revelstoko tennis club have their
tournament uu Invitation will ho extended lo Him Golden i'liu, and it is
hoped thai Ihey will conic to Revel
stoke  iu     full  force for  this match,
And   lhat   Iheir   nil III her   will   I'xeeed
the number of Revelstoke players   at
Golden.
FISHING
TACKLE
SPORTING
GOODS
Is Marriage a failure
Uberl
week  hut th pany
•il
ginully  proi i   ■
• rain   sill  leave   Rev,  it   ke   i i
. ul
about
for   tbe  round   trip
idults.   The
lay si eg
isii     respei •
ther ch • . •■ i    rift.
■i,t.-
make i his pici
ei    ■;. • —   '
. ■ .
■
-... .rath ■    '
n thie tif.ursaon.
the real estate and insurant-*
Mr.  Roberts, *) has  neen a resident o
'
'
■
city
here.
Bews' Drug Store
C00D V»IUI« «T .M»U PRICES     OUR WIH00WI ft).   •
: illi'lli TIMS ASE flLltD WITH CASH SARCAIH9
A 25c. Tooth Brush and 26c
Tooth Paste for 36c.
With   a 60c.   Tooth   Brush
Sale we give jou a 20c.
cake of Rexall Soap
A basket of Assorted Purses
25c.   each.   Cost   us
over 50c. eaeh.
A Silk Fan Kit/en free with
a 25c. Sale of  Arbutus
Talcum
Hair Brushes—26c, 60c, %)
JJobr Hand Cleaner
2 for 25i
Iron Blood and Nerve Pills
2 boxes for 26c,
•he or>
■
■
■
'
'
■    •
u
home at  the const
A    most     amusine comedy   in  four
and
'
ind  goes to ra
' - pla]       lias
irtnclpal
' . :
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■ he op -
•'
BUSINESS LOCALS
Por   really  ehoioc  cln lutes,  drop
n at the Sugar Howl.
Howsou's sale eontinues, special va
lues in  carpets and  linoleums,
If you want a supply of sound dry
liiii'h lire wood, leave your order with
II. N. Coursier,
Bigger, brighter, bettor ^rlcas than
ever ut. Howsou's Salo,
lltTe's the mad to comfort, a vanished thirst, a cool hody and n refreshed one, the only way is viu a
cool drink at the uugur Uowl t'ouii-
t in ii .  McKenzie Avenue.
What does Howsou's furniture sale
mean, just tins unloading stock at
cost.
Kvel yhody's     doillg   It   '       What
Dropping ,a at tho '-'Bugur Bowl"
',,,i ia,- beBt oi a.- ' ream and soft
drinks.
Call   and   see   lue
Imi'  at   Howson's.
GUNS
AMMUNITION
We have just unpacked tv complete
Goods of all kinds.   Mr. Fisherman,
Inspect our stock of Pishing Tackle.
you will say. "BEST IN TOWN."
ine of Sporting
don't forget to
When you see it
bargeinB iu furui-
NOT1CB
Noti.-,
oil the
llow nic
is hereby given to travellers
Big    Bend   Trail, that the
Tuck  Koad    House   will    lie
Revelstoke Hardware Co., Ltd.
Dealers in all kinds of thc Best Hardware
Agents for Gurney Chancellor Ranges and Minerva Paints
EMPRESS   THEATRE
COMING MONDAY
3 Nights Commencing  A I  I ^^      1 O
The MacSwain Theatre Company
l'i fsi'iiiim:
CORA   KING   SWAIN
Ami a Big Company ol Dramatic mul Vaudeville Artists
in Plays that I'lease
Monday "Is Marriage a Failure"
Tuesday "A Wife For a Day"
Wednesday "Brown's in Town"
closed  to  the
August ir.tli.
travelling  public after
IIKAIH.KV.
Popular Prices, 25c.-35c.-5Qc.
Hl.Nl  OTHED 0000 VALUES WHICH DEtiRVI VOUR HTTENTI0N
bews THE REXALL STORE bews I
Smart Clothing for Summer Montli!
DERBY AND SOPT HATS   in latest
and
VVE SPECIALIZE   in  Men i  Mun
in corded, frnm $i up.
Late "ipriniMj Suits ;nnl ' I
Drop in when passing an     i        ir  lar^e   itock
and patterns to suit the mosl fastidious.
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Fit-Reform Clothing        Stetson Hats Foot-Rite Shoes
SEE THE HANDSOME PICTURE OF
KEG-laN-aA
Now on Exhibition in the  window of  our   New
Office, next to the Revelstoke Meat Market
The Painting is authentic in all details, being an
exact copy of their Board of Trade picture used to
advertise their City, and shows the exact relative position of
KENSINGTON
OUR NEW SUBDIVISION THERE
NOW ON SALE AT
$150 and $175 Per Lot
CALL  AND   GET   PARTICULARS
J. B. WATSON REALTY COMPANY
Local Agency, Home Loan and Contract Co.
E. O. FOLEY, Manager, MacKenzie Avenue
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