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 "Empire" Typewriter
For ease of operation and
perfection in results it is
unsurpassed.     Price $00.
I Interior Publishing Co., Agts.j
I nil-Herald
Visiting Cards
A SPECIALTY
Interior Puolishing Company
PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS
Vol. 16-No. 60
REVELSTOKE, B. 0. AUGUST 3, 1910
$2.50 Per Year
The Last Call
ON
Hammocks
Baby Hammocks, all styles, former $3 and $3.50, your choice
now for $1.50.
Full size Hammocks, your choice
for $1.25.
Refrigerators
For what we have left we will give
you your choice at 25 per cent
reduction.
Ice Cream Freezers
From One Quart to Twelve
Quarts, all styles and makes,
25 per cent reduction.
Lawn Mowers
Low wheel and high wheel, plain
and ball bearing, from 12 inch
to 20 inch—25 p.c. reduction.
Lawrence Hardware Co., Ltd.
Plumbing and Tinsmithing
Imperial Bank of Canada
__ Hoad Otfioe—Toronto, Ontario. I
H Capital Authorized      -      ■ $10,000,000.00 J
Capital Subscribed            - 5,575,000.00 %
Capital Paid Up             -      - 5,330,000.00
Reserve        ...       - 5,530,000.00
Branches cr Ag-rU at all principal points in'Cumulii.
Agents in Great Hritn in and United States—London, England,
Lloyds Bank, Limited. Chicago—First National Bank, Corn Exchange National Bank. Seattle—Seattle National Bank, San Francisco—Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank. Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of $1 and upward, received, and interest allowed at
current rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
Now Is The Time
When you appreciate l>einjr able to buy
MEAT, BUTTER EGGS AND FISH
where you know they are kept cool anil
at the ri>rht temperature- Our meats are
shipped in twice a week in Refrigerator
Cars antl our Cold Storage Plant enables
us to turn them over in Prime Condition.
P.    BURNS   &   C
LIMITED/
GON CLUB TOURNAMENT
Revelstoke Annual Shoot Most
Successful in Club's History
The liiK trap shoot held    by     the
a corporation with $4,000,000 of paid
ui> capital stock, its objects being to
acquire     and operato    timber   limits
and lumber mills in western Canada.
As its lirst enterprise it recently acquired tbe limits and mill      uf     the
Mundy company, recognized as     ono
of the most valuable in Uritish Ool-
  umbia. This deal was put through hy
Revelstoke CJun Club on Saturday'a Calgary company, Western Canada'the high school examinations held
last will go down to history as one 'investments, Limited. H. W. Ulay- recently throughout the province arc
of the most successful of any yet Jlock, formerly of Calgary, was In'today announced by the department
held in 13. C, eiiuallizing, if not sur- London for more than a year on he- 'of education, and afford cause tor
passing, that of Nelson. Visitors jhalf of this company and it is owing 'general congratulation upon Llir
as weil as    residents     speak in the jlargely to his efforts and ability that   maintenance of the high standard ot
NIGH SCHOOL EXAMS
Revelstoke Pupils Make Particularly Good Showing
Victoria, Aug. 2.— The results    ol
to
highest terms over the arrangements the transaction was brought
which  wero  carried  through   without successful issue this month,
a hitch.       Tbe    weather     conditions Mr. lllaylock has been  in      British
were ideal for shooting, although the Columbia for some weeks pnst aettl-
heat wns a little  trying.  Kvcry    ac- jug     the     dctnils of this and other
efficiency for which Llie higher schools
of Uritish Columbia havo long en-
Joyed un excellent repute.
ul n total of 11 To candidates     at
lhe examinations hold  in  the several
loommodatlon was mndo for the Vlsl-Ipdrchasea tor the new  Knglish  com-   high  school     renters,   no tower  than
Itors who were all much pleased with
'the    shoot. High scores iu  many
cases marked the days shooting nud
few, if any, made whot would bo
called  low marks.
Tho team shoot resulted in a win
for Calgary by only three points
over Uevelstoke, who ran a close
second, with Armstrong third, The
match wns keenly contested.
A. Bishop, of Nelson, wins the McLennan  ami  McFYcly  medal  for    the
pany, and is on his way back to 702 passed, thc majority with honor,
Knglnnd. While comparisons generally may be
He states thnt negotiations for hold scarcoly noceosary or in good
the Mundy property led the Knglish taste, il. may be said in justice that
syndicate to consider the enlarging Uevelstoke, which last yeur passed
of its project. C'ther properties its entire list, is again very well to
were accordingly investigated, witli the fore, its candidates again being
the result that it is expected Hint a practically all successful,
valuable clinin of mills and limits KK\ ELSTOKH CENTRE
will be Included. So far the prop- Preliminary course, junior grade;
crtics actually closed for are the maximum marks, 900; number of
Mundy limits and mill, including 140 candidates, Ili; passed ll'.— Muriel
high amateur average, and the Koot 'square miles of timber containing hy Porter, 660; Gladys tlrquhort, 654;
enny Agencies, Ltd., modal for the 'cruisers reports 2J billions of feet; Frederick Fraser, 630; Alice E. Ucll,
championship of U. C, breaking 129 'and the Hood limits and mill, cov- (.27; William V. Tomlinson, 618; Al-
targets out of 140 shot at. A. J. cring about 25 square miles, and tied Tapping, 014; Vesta IS.. Procun-
McDonoll was second for both med- containing 500 millions of feet. Other ier, 000; Heber L. Coursler, 507;
als, breaking 126 out of 140 shot at. purchases will probably be announc- Mary E. Field, 5114; Bertha M. Hobbs
H. B. l'oston, of San Francisco, 'od later. The price of the purchas- 578; Douglas S. MeCarter, 550; Fred-
wins thc Revelstoke Gun Club medal es BO far made is not given, but will erick U. Lyttle, 542; Marjoiio A.
for high professional average with a probably involve some millionsi Young, 540; Rutlio M. Brown, 513;
total of 132 broken targets out of j it is interesting to note that this Lome M. McLcod, ISO; Harold F.
140 shot at.                                               'series of enterprises has  been  under- Cordon, 485.
taken  largely  by  Uritish  capitalists, i    Advanced     course,    junior    grade;
who have heretofore paid little or no maximum   marks,    1000;   number    of
The Club wish to thank Mr. 1). W.
King, of the Dupont Powder Co. and
Mr. Pollock, of the Revelstoke public 'attention  to  Canada.  Thc  confidence
school,  tor  the     assistance  rendered   shown in this large     Investment     is
by them in tho secretary's office. 11
[thus an illustration ofthe increasing
The  following  is  the  full  list      of
events and scores obtained.
Events 12 3 15 6 7 Total
No. of Targets IS 20 15 20 15 Jti 15—I2U
J. A. Forbes* 14 18 15 19 14 211 13- IU
F. C. Keilil* 13 15 15 18 12 19 12—104
I). W. King* H 18 14 19 111 18 13—103
li. Height* S 19 15 16 12 17 11 - 98
R. H. Miller 9 16 11 18 15 IS 14 101
11. K. l'osten* 14 19 14 19 14 20 15-115
R.W.Clancy* 13 19 15 19 13 19 13 111
J. B. Lee * 9 19 12 19 13 16 10— 98
A. Bishop 15 16 15 19 15 19 15 114
l'.J.Cliingren 13 19 11 16 14 17 13 104
R.O.Robinson 11 15 11 19 15 16 15 102
W.I!.McLaren 13 IS 13 16 14 16 13—103
H. C. Andrew 11  17 13 19 13 17 15    103
A. Hnddell 12 18 14 18 10 19 13 -101
\V. U. Magee 10 15 II 14 11 14   9    sl
B. i'.. While" 12 20 12 17 13 20 13 107
II. Maynard* 12 17 12 16 12 13 14 96
W. Lawrence 13 IS 13 14 11 17 12— 98
A. Hlair 14 16 12 17 13 IS 11 101
Geo. Wells 9 15 13 17 13 is 13- 98
W. A Sturdy 14 17 11 16 13 19 13 103
\V. T. Iloltby 12 9 11 IS S S 9-- 75
L. n. Stokes 12 15 14 17 15 12 15 100
M. T**ll 10 14 9 15 9 18 11 86
Jus Seidell 14 17 12 12 14 13 15 95
I!. F. l'limcis 9 16 10 17 7 13 11 83
A.J Macdouell 11 18 15 Is 15 19 15-112
A I'vans 15 17 11 14 9 18 12- 94
J. G Barber 13 13 16 11 15 13 , si
J.S.H.Munro - 12 12 15 12 13 9 - 73
J. Devine 11 - 11
* Profewlonal.
Event No. 8—10 pair doubles ;
Forbes  12
Keibl    17
King   17
Height    15
Miller   15
Poston    17
Clancy   15
Lee  ll
llishop  15
Cliingreli  14
Koliiiisoti  11
McLaren   12
Andrew     13
lludiloll   9
Magee  12
White  13
Maynard      11
Lawrence    8
Blair n
Wells  11
Sturdy  13
Iloltby   B
Stokes  13
Toll  11
Seidell   16
Frandi  10
Macdouell  11
l'V.ins     8
Team Shoot lor Cup   20birds:
strength     of Canadian enterprises in
the money markets of the world, especially  when brought with care and   Ucnnet
intelligence  to  their attention.
The board of directors of the new
company includes the following Canadians: Klihu Stewart, late Dominion superintendent of forestry; Alex
McRae, president of the Globe Lumber Co., of Revelstoke; W. E. Hodges
of Vancouver; and S. A. Mundy, of
Three Valley, B. 0, The board is
headed by Lord Desborough. and includes T. Mosley, chairman oj the
North Staffordshire railwny f F. C.
Selous, the famous hunter; Cecil
Ward, a director ol the Western Canada Land Co., resident in London;
ana J. A. Grove, also of London,
who is very familiar with Western
Canada, and has interested himself
in bringing its advantages before the
English public.
candidates, 8; passed, 7.— Tanniu P.
Patrick, 050; May J. Manning, 020;
James L. Lawrence, 610; Clare Fraser, 503; Ella U. McCarty, 553;
Frances M. Lawson, 550; Dorris I.
530.
mbEM WON
Summer Goods
AT COST
Mrs.  A.  G. Crick
TWO DOOKS BAST OP EDISON THEATRE
A spark from a passing train ignited the dry leaves and timber near
the 0. P. R. tunnel about one and a
quarter miles west of Albert Canyon
on Sunday, and the (lames spread
rapidly. A large gang of tire lighters was called and tbe large blaze
controlled. On Monday the tire
broke out again and fanned by a
liercc westerly wind, swept ud thc
hills towards tbe town. Jumping
the track the tlnmos crept towards
tbe section house, which appeared to
be doomed. The efforts of the men,
however, checked the Homes in this
direction. Fred Forest, the tire
warden, linding that he had not
enough men to handle the lire wired
Chief Ranger Stewart and the
Quebec, Aug. l.-On arrival of the ]ocal opR BuperlnteIldent for belp
s.s. Montrose at Fa'ber Point, In- 0w tWQ humlred mm wer(, Bent up
spector Dow, garbed as a pilot and am, BCattered through Ul(! fol.cst t0
Chief McCarthy, arrested Dr. 0. t,.y am, chcck m Bpr(jad ()f the bloM
Robinson and his son as Dr. Crippen towards thc town, and the valuable
and Ethel Lenevc. The arrest was Btandlng timber. Fortunately the
most sensational. wjn(1 dropped am, Uie men wcrc al)le
McCarthy stopped forward. 'to cut til-e ,,,eQks aiul prevent furth.
"I asrest you for  the    murder    of  cr damage.
Belle Elmore.   Take notice that any-      lt  k)„k(.,',  ut  0M  tlme  lls  it      tlie
thing  you say  may  be  used  against   whole vnllcy would 1)e ftre 8wept. All
you in evidence." dangcr  is     pMMd  ,H)W   ,„,t a largc
rippen     curled his face to a haif   miml)l,,.     „,     mcn are still at work
Dr. Crippen Arrested
Calgary
Robinson 19
Kevelstoke
McLaren
Andrew
Huddell
Magee
M.i. .l.u. 11
Mill.I.
Barber
Lawrence
Munro
Ann .Ii.iih*
Stokes D
Toll l(
Bvana    11
Schiell
Francis
sneer,  but said nothing.
"Hold out your hands," said Constable Dennis, and snap went the
handcuffs.
"Are you Crippen?"
"I am Crippen, 1 am he."
Then came the search. Duly $10,
the powder uiul the vial, which is be.
ing examined today, and winch the
police believe wns tlie means Crippen
bad arranged to give the police   the
slip had he got the chance. No revolver was found on bun us was lirst
suspected.
Tins done ho threw himself on the
bunk and sulleiiy refused   to talk.
Down   below sal  Klhcl   Lenevc read
ing Audrey Sheldon's "Audrey's lie-
eoiiipeuse" lii blissful ignorance ot the  with Mrs. Carlson
rapidly closing net. A rap at the
door, which was opened witlioiii lur
Consent, nud Dow said:
"Ethel  Lenevc,  wo  want  you."
The girl's face  blanched,  McCarthy
in the forest.
Mrs. C. M. Field and family, who
have been camping here, returned to
town on Tuesday, being driven away
by  the douse smoke.
Miss Urquhart, Miss Gladys Ui'i|ii-
hart and Miss Muriel Porter, arc
visiting  here,  and  have  mude  a eosy
little camp.
Mis. ('. .1. Aman nlul family ale
guests at the Canyon 1 louse fur a
week.
Mr. and .Mrs. Tnin l.uwrenii* und
family are camped nt   Moose Crook.
The Misses i.in.limnk returned to
town after a very pleasant visit here
w.  I.
Inspdct Mica Claims
Iln, rs  and  OUS  I.und
lefl.
to
said: "I arrest you for the murder of yesterday  ou  a  fortnight's   visil
Ucllo Blmore," and gave the custom- the Big Bond, where ih.y will make
ary  warning.       She  gave  a piercing "ii   Inspection  of    I hei
shriek and staggered to the bunk, ou This property
mica  claim*
situated In a local
ih
which she (ell ami lay moaning, 'and  ity where transportation is easily
shielding   her   face   (nun   her   capti
with tier mm.
Sl
78
gers in court here.     He had no
jeetion  to extradition and  was
manded for liftocn days.
 I    Every  effort  is  being  mndo  to
One of thc largest transactions yet   the girl to turn King's evidence,
completed  in  this  country    has  just   looks  nt  present lis     I hough
Big Timber Deal
b
tiiined      and    where the expense     of
working the mica Is roduced practic
yuebec, Aug.  l.-crippen admitted ally '*" '> minimum.
14 the identity of himsell nnd Miss Leu. I    The  local  party   Will  be Joined    up
~ eve  when   brought  before  Judge  An-   north by engineers and elision,      in
ol,. 'vestors,   who   have g..uo In     irom
,*,,.   Uenveriiioiil.il,     und   if  tllO   Inspection
proves satisfactory tho property will
get,  probably change  hands.     The  mloa
It   is  of  tho   linest  quality  and   ol  large
they   size;   in   fact   the   largest  sheets       Of
been closed  in  the  purchase    by    an   would be  returned to  England about   mica  over seen  In  Canada huve come
BBgllth company  of the  mills      and   the  middle of tho week. ,""'"  Big  Bond  Properties,   the  own-
limits of the Mundy Lumber company	
The  public    should      hour  In  mind
that  the  Court ol  Revision  for    tho
ol Three Valley, B.C. and ol a number of Other properties. The deal
will involve several millions of dol.
lars by the time its various branrhes
have been consummated. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
In London recently wua formed the   for thc adjustment, if necessary,
Dominion Sawmills and Lumber, Ltd 'any claims.
local   Assessment  ot  1010,  sits       tonight nt 7 o'clock In the City Hull,
'ers of these particular claims are
assured ol the value ol their property nnd although not mil. of the wuy,
the purchase price will run Into high
figures.
Fishing
Tackle
Summer days awaken
enthusiasm in the Fisherman. If in looking over
your fishing equipment you
iinil the need of new articles you Bhould hoar us in mind for we carry a very
complete assortment.
Hunters' and Campers' Supplies, Tents
Pack Straps, Camp Stoves, Axes, Hunting
Knives, Compasses, Rifles, Shotguns, Am.
munition, etc.
SHERWIN-WILLIAMS' PAINTS
ourne Bros.
GROCERS
HARDWARE DEALERS
FLUMBERS
fen's Summer Suits
Under the  Price Axe
Every Fanc\ Summer Suit in the Store is
reduced in price. This means more than it
would iu some pla es because of tlie style,
distinctive, anil good lailor wnrk on every
suit.
Men who have always hail their clothes custom
made, ami who are particular, are the ones
who most appreciate our suits. For Ihey j;et
the same or better fit and style without any
trouble aud a j^reat deal lower price.
$20 Suits at $15   $23 Suits at S17.SQ   $25 Snits at $20
$27 Suits at $21   $28 Suits at $22,00   $30 Suits at $24
McHjie Mercantile Co.
Limited
icing off steaks
Is   our   daily   duty, also trimming juicy
roasts,   tender lamb and   corn   fed   pork.
( ) D R    O H OIC E    M E A T S
selected with skill, sanitary surroundings
and just ri^lu prices, should get your trade
Come in, if only i" look around.
Revelstoke Meat Market. Ltd.
Under New Management
HALCYON HOT SPRINGS SANITARIUM
Win. Boyd, Proprietor
Thi-    Greatest    Health    Reaort    on    the   Continent
Natural ll'>t Water iii Baths
Open All  tin'   Year.    Natural   Hut   Water
121 Decrees of Heat
Rales from ,112.00 to $15.00 Per Week
ol '   Moving  plcturei  Friday ami
•  |urday at the Edluon Thoatro.
Sat-
Ice Cream * Soft Drinks
All Kinds Furnished during
the Summer Season
Coirs Restaurant
OPEN   TILL   MIDNIGHT TIIE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE B C
WEDNESDAY. AUG. 3RD.. 1910
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C O A L
Owing fo incrcnee b.v Backbond Mines iu tbe price nf coil
con mt'ticing September 1st, ;■* 11 customers wishing coal ilelivered
during lho tnonlh .1 Auguel will receive ii ut ilie sume price na
heretofore. Prices nfter September 1st and until further nolice
.in* a- follows :
Broken ;furnace
Egg* Coa5
Siove Coai
Nut Coal
Etiquettes
$10.25
$1025
$10.25
$ 9.00
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REVELSTOKE GENERAL AGENCIES, Ltd.
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daily chai i  anil . nidi
"ini'wh.ii naii'uu minded,
and contrnr) iu iln* i n". ri bs1\.* crn
in which ive live. Vnj good man
be In . '** * ic "i Inj man, should wel
come anj move in i lie dlrccllon ui
benefitting mankind.
a \ \i.r \r,i.i; assist.
Ui unusual am . I . Inti rest Is
being taken this year in the Dig
Uend development, both in Lhe wuy
"i mineral propi 11 ies n ivi II ns i nn
ber Sevi nil pai tics ol eniiltnlii ts
bave    already      visited  thc  eouutry,
while    ii'   . Mi,  now   Inspi ct ing
i he various i-i i ipei i ies wil li a view
to  . 'inlil lonal   pi i. I,ns.*.        v. ,*  lm .,*
very   good    li   to   iiiiii*, i*   1 i'lil      ;i
Iiii go iiarty ol ICastci n capital isl -
will am!.i* Hevelstoki their objective
tins fall, in order to make n  careful
inspect iuu  "i    ■ ■• 'inl   .. *. .* In
Bend, V, il h ; in* |,i,,:;, ' ri of ron
acl i'. itj ui iln* developmi nl ol i be
rich uuturnl resources ul thc district
to the north of us i bei i ii every
reason I" believe ' Iml tin* much bi ip
nl im rail! mul l uiu.■; rtnl ion will
be commenced at an earlj date,
1 Capital ami railroad will I"* tli>'
chiel [actors In exploiting ol tbe
Big Bond to thc ultimate advantage
to Revelstoke and the expansion uf
Iut commerce.
J. T.  POLLO   K. MA8TEB.
(.'HAS. J. A.MAN. SBI HKTAE1
SELKIRK LODGE 12  1.0,0  I.
S^r*^^        Mi  ta every Thurs-
:    iu   Bol.
f*V^   T\kirK Hall at 8 o'clock
         ^^T^/Vi. iiiUR brethreu lire
c.'TdWiljr iavi
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jjSttv     Colt! Rango Lodge, K. ot P.
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Rec.-Sec. II. \V. EuwAliua
Che fl&aiMberalfc
LIQUOR  I.KUISI.Vi ION
Iii regard  i" the new   liquor
Iation which came Into lorcc on Mon
day of i Ins week, i be l*ro\ incc Bay
"Legislation which Is now in op
rial nm ntTecting thc liquor Lrallic
signifies tho further development of
Hum province into n symmetrically
organized and regulated community,
Thi i hanges ai c in tin direct li u of
in.rn* ellcct ive si to the    oi
ili'i*.  peace and  good morals    of    the
far seal tcretl set tlemi 111 * and cump
which arc  yeai ly
llSSnl'llll Mil     H iti      ' i    Willi
the large centi i
ilei* ilus act a hotel in
place .-I iii*
Ing and table neconu
not a mere
her  ol  licci
reatlj   rcduci
"Ke
•  *
t'. thi
residents
alike, bavin
The fees an
moi ■
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unorgan led districts, bui throughout the province, tho changes nro In
iln* direction of greater restriction
nnd stricter rogulation."
Kiiij George ui Canada
Montreal,   Vu May   i   Uucriii
i.i 111 uiyed ;i let ti i fi "in tho editoi
ol ilie London, Ung., blxpress, asking
bis opinion nn tin suggestion Lhat
l\ illy    tlcol gc    111   "ii,,     1 in*  I il le      of
" i-'.111j'11 ni ■ 'i i lu r.i ii Mi,." iii pari,
ii says:
"i 'autulu, ii ii.'..*. South Virion
an i N *' Zealand Iui ■ ci dsed io be
colonies, tlu I'liniiinin    link    bo
Lwcen them .ill being tlie person "i
i "■ i ovoreigii,
"What  i.r *        is    thai     King
i .t'"i m*. iii i in* moment oi his coruiia
i mn, shuiilil tnke to himself and his
ilo i.ii'..* " im title n.i'i i..in, aad
tlignil j ol enipi ror i >l i lie Bril
King Ueul .* will Uul do ilus n lie
. linh     in li ii ii would be contiui..
Lo  till     ■*. islies   ,.|   I in-   peopll ,     nlul      I
: io.il  bo glad  il  j "it, as chiel  mn
i ah* ol one ol  tbo , mpirc s gi enl
cities, will i.*L mc have your     views
un Hie subject."
. * ba ii*, lied bui i sl in
i bo place ol i bo phrase ' Iving ol
lireat Britain and lrelaud and ol
British dominions beyond tho sens,"
in- used "King ol Canada, Austrulia,
etc."
$100,iiOO,l)00 Class
.\ ireal.    Aug.  2.   Well    	
ii nulled inilll' in.  wen   thc  lii
sued  yestoi day   by   \ Ice  I'resl
l). i iL'ilen of the CP.R. in ' hai  *   ■
linnni ei .     i*i*. Ing  i bi   i ai mugs      tor
.inne. thc in-i month of thc llnnncinl
>e;il ,   nml   nl   ii   I ho   el"
the    whole    yeai   slnco July   I.    1909.
In
i n nml mn   high  in-  ii      i i
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CERTIFICATE  UK   REOiaTRATION
OP   \\   EXTIt \ f'RO\ I.SCI.M.
i OMPANY.
i lonipanios   vei,  i lannda,  tJro\ ini o ol
British  Cul lim
No.  Ill,  I'lm.
i lleilleiii i OEilTXFV Ilml the
"Empire Lumber Company" an Ex
11 ' Provincial Company, lias this
iln.v been registi i, i ns a Company
under tho "Coiupnni s Act ' to carry
in t. or eilei i all oi any ol I lie ob
je* is of the i lompu * to «liicli tin
ii ■ mI;,i ive authoi itj ol tin Legl lla
ture of British Cul imbin extends,
Tho hoad office , l l be Company is
situate at Huron,  in the County    ol
Ilea.lie,       m   llie       ImiiIi*       oi     Solltll
Dakota,
.   Tho bond ollice ol   Lbe Company  in
this    Provinco    Is  sil inte nl   Ri * * I
Sl   il.e,   nn I   Hem .* I ll    Ml ' lll'tol',
i i ri i.r ni law . v. Iioi nd li ci ■* Is
Revi iBtoko, niiiii said, i - the attol n
e.v   for iiiii Compunj.
Mn* amount  ol   the i npitnl "I    I be
Company     Is    l?lvo    vi 111 i lollars,
div nle.I   Into    I-'     bares
i" une hundred di * in    each.        The
i  of Hn* oxlBl     ' '■    He   Com
pnny Is i wi my ini   j in    from     tbo
1'Uli day ol  .Mny.   \.  li..  1910,
'iin* Company b   llmltod.
iil\ EN under my   band nnd Seal    of
Office    ni     \ i. i "ii.i,     l nn Inco  ul
British  Columbia,  this  El hih day
ui .1 nly, ono thousund nine hundred
nml ten,
,i, p.  Mi I.;.on,
\, i im'   Ki ', il ini   "i  Joint
Stock Companies.
Tl iijeeis for ** Iiii     i li    company
has been established nro:
To act as timln mien, saw null
nu u| ll.nil i "| *.m un .*..-,i.nlu.nl
and anj   ol  Its  brim to buy   nud
ii all kinds of timber, i imbcr lands
logs ami Idmbci, i.. bus. sell and
manufacture all kinds nl lumber and
iv I  work;  to  nm operate
in,. :       m ii   nn I ih   i in all   mi i
i lininiise usually   sold   iii i uch yards;
i" buy, sell,  lorn c i i   moi I ingc     all
kinds of real cstnti i ell,
build, .   * ii net
privati i i . ivay s, hi; bwnj i , I oads,
i.iiini: .     sluici waterway
... tl I..   i" the
i 'ompany or to ui rs, tor thc (lorn
pan) use, and to accept charl rs
for the "i" ; .ii ion ol inme, and to
11 ni,. tolls foi "i i ices rendered to
* in thc '" oral Ion of same;
i, t Imi     i" lm.*,.    ell,  build or     con
I i .,* :    tu     .      Im, *   IlipB,   slenlll   lines
iiilini;     ve.- els, un.l Lo oi erate
i ne same.  I" ,ii: age iii i ny and    all
ol  in inufacl ei nn .    eiile i*     ul
innil.i i   oi   gem 'nl   woi I   work,    and
■   to buy, own, build,
erect,  irate      saw
id working mills;
to i n. ne. Iii logging un.l the towing
ol logs either lor iiselt or for others
i.i i":' * and except any con
inn i  , sions,
.■iiuii i mi tei      to
nny
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world, with power to i cure n I
I ml ion "i lici ii "' fri mi any government 1*1 .lu biisinei h ui nny |ui Is 1 c
tion, ns the Board of Directors may
deem to bo to i ho advantai o of the
corporal * lw  *lw.
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Ceilillcato of Iinpravonionls
NOTICE
Sui*|ii i-n,  \\'i*leli mnl  A.|. lum  iii.ii*
ii,null Mineral i Inini,  situ ttu in the f
I'luiil Lake Mining Division of Wesl
Aiiuii'iiav  District,
Winn-1, e.iiiil: On Sni'iniso Orcek,
\,n III lm I*. ul' I..111I11 livi'i*.
TAKK NOTICE tlnvl I. 0. B, N,
iVilkie, acting as ngi'iil I'm' Williuiii
\. I''ui!li', |.'u'i. Miner's Certificate
\iiiiiI.ii* ll l:u:iii ami   Ii.iviil  Morgan,
*'..M.l'., N lue 11 D-lDlii), intend, sixty
I iyn frinii il .h- ln*i ei.i, in npplv lo tlm
lining ll*. enl ilm* for u < lei i illcntu of
I ||I|II*"V|.||||*||IS,      il'l*       llll'       I'llipilM'      III
.Ir ill* ill;; ;i I'l OWIl t il illli   ul   the llliuvr
'Inini,
Ami I'iii lher tuke nol icu llinl nctii n,
I'lib'l* Seel inn UT,  Ilill: I   III'  Ci'lilllli lui'il
I ' I In* i    .-'llu I'   ui Ml. ll t rltilieale
d' liiiprovpiiieiits.
I'.ni .1 i!ii-'.::;.il day ot .Imn*, A. D.,
1010,
ll   11. N,   W II.KUC,
Tronl I -nl,.-. II. 0.
Mrs. HerlsErt HcKi
Te chep o' llaice, Piano snd Organ
i'n I iii.-* | ii i ;*.ii i il Im Tm uni,. I 'onservntory
,.l Music,
Lm il Examinations.
Studio:   Second Street
Till'  REVELSTOKE
NEW   AMI
econd IIH Store
We  llm ,  S. II ui   Uxch n
all     l.imls    uf     Household
('. Is.
HIGHEST CASH PRICES   PAID
FOR MEN'S  CAST-OFF
CLOTHI, G
Bish Fi:e Pern;it3
m ■- *:-, ou   iloniinion Lnnds can y,t
P'amits  a:  il..*  Provincial   I'olice  uiiiee,
R  * el loki.  ni ol iln   l'ro\ inciul Pile
Wardens,   provide 1   they  comply   will'
5  ami  I) oi  Chapter  84,   BusL
.et.
J.  K. McLka.n,
Divisional Warden,
BLOCKS
ttftuafaoturcd tot Hli c n»b*d of hi
iaho urn m    ■
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Fcoie ( O'ini.
j:evelstcke
Q.    BURRIDGE
rinsmithing, Repairs,  Hot  Air
Pipe and  Furnace Work
V\O^K   S.'ICP-
O'.mr.augit Ave.   -   Revelstoke
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THE    MOLSONS    bANK
INCOKPORATED 1B&5
Capital Paid Up        -       $3,500,000
Rest Fund - •    $3,500,000
Has 65 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents |
in all the Principal Cities of the World.
A OlNtRAL CANMMQ BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS     BANK    DEPARTMENT
At all Branohes.    Interest allowed at highest current rate.
RLVELSTOKE, Q. C. BranoS., W. H. PRATT, Manager.
■ i ■■■■■■ a i ■■■■Bami ■••■■■^■iaaaaanHBMiM'
imings Transfer Go. Ltd.
Freight and Parcels  Promptly j Delivered
Baggage Transferred
Furniture and Piano  Moving a Specialty
Leave Orders at Stcum Laundry Office
OFFICE:    SECOND STREET        REVELSTOKE. B. C.
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Gisarino Sale of leys' Buits
FROM FIVE TO FOURTEEN YEARS
4 !uits, Sizo 22 $3,50 to $4 50 for $2 and $2 50
6 Suit:;, 1120 53 SfcOto   C75 fcr    2 and   2.50
4 Suite, Sizo 24 4.00 to   5.00 for   2 and   2.50
2 Suits, Size 25 3 5f>to   5.C0 for   2 and   2.50
2 Suits, Size 26 3 iiG to   4.00 for    2 and   2.50
2 Suits, Size 27 3.50               for    2
12 3 piece Suits, 2j to 33, $5 and $6 fur $2.75 & $3.50
FIT-REFORM CLOTHING
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Wash mj Mi Drudgery to Me
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Wood and Coal
For Sale
\    dent  .'iml   Kiro
.•'..ui I.nt.-.
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W. B. Robertson
PHONE     I
for Sale
mil rid-
THE CANADIAN  BANK
OF COMMERCE
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000      Reserve, $6,000,000
DRAFTS ON   FOREIGN   COUNTRIES
AiTjui^-emeiit^ hnve r«-t ^ntly be<-n complple.-l under which the  branches
of thi.* Bunk ere .idle to Is-sue I/i.j'Is cin llie principal poli^ls
(n lha lolluviiiig countries:
Auitria-Himfary    FinUod Irclarx) Russia
ISi-li-ium Fonuns* Italy Srrvia
Fran.-a J-'i'-'1" Sinm
f r'ch C^chhi ^J>ln«   Jiiva South Africa
G^nnaii/ Manchuria Strails Sutilei
•C..*»-»t liii'o'a Mexico Sweden
C:'-,-t.e Norway Switzerland
2-lolland J'cisia Turkey
Braxil
■ ria
Ce) ion
China
Crete
Demnaril
Faroe lslai> .3
krVI
lc-Hia
HO   DEL*'    .tt   IISSUINI
Phillipine Islands    West Indies ITJ
Roumania and elscwbers
TULL   PARTICULARS   ON   APPLICATIOH
i ri
en all
1, m
Revelstoke Sawmill Co.
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fifV."/,STO«£   BRAKOH-A.    H.     ALLEN.    MGR.
You   :likk   Music
Hero it Your Opportunity I
liaison's Phonographs and Records, Graphophones,
Accordions,   Banjos,   Guitars,   Flutes,   Piccolos,
j( Violins, Fittings of all  kinds of finest quality.
</
Sole Agents for the Noted
Pianos
All kinds  of Instruments  tuned and repaired.
Work Guaranteed
A call ut the music store on .McKenzie Avenue,
adjoining the City Hall, will convince you of the
quality of tlie goods.
J. li INO HAM,  MGR.
Yours Soapily,
ANN  NONYMOU:
P3»
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\/E RYHODY
Fop /epywhepe
Turnings, Etc.
Write for Prices to
Revelstoke Sash & Door Co. Ltd
REVELSTOKE, B C.
ff iti*
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WEDNESDAY, AUG, :'.l!l)., I'HO
TIIE MAIL-HERALD, REV] B 0.
r»gi> s
xjettssf3i.m
look:
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LOOK AND
UK ADI
Art mil compari on of Kastom Catalogue prices", freight added, with
ii o wson's   r u i c 15 s
Winnipeg price
Weight
Freight
Total    Howson's
Price delivered
Kitchen Chairs
50c.
101b.
23c.
73c.
70c.
Kitchen Cabinet
$0.75
1501b.
$3.53
$10.72
••   $9.60
Dining Table
10.55
1651b.
3.87
14.42
"     14.40
Dining Chairs
88c.
121b.
28c.
1.16
1.20
Dresser and Stand
8.95
1501b.
3.52
12.47
"     13.00
"
1.25
1601b.
3.76
15.01
"     14.00
Bed
3.55
60ib.
1.41
4.96
"      5.20
Bed
5.35
681b.
1.59
6.94
"      7.20
Dominion Spring
2.40
601b.
1.41
3.81
"     4.00
Child's Cot
5.10
751b.
1.76
6,86
•■      7.20
Ostermore Mattress
15.00
"
"    16.50
We make our profit by shipping in car loud lots», thnrebj   aving fi     ■ ' rati
catalogue giving description of other : Is nol   Rv>eci(ieil in lliis i   I to oui store nnd we
will prove our statements.    Ilemember we deli ei   ■ ■* 1   and   ef up free from breakage.
*.   HOWSON   &   CO. REVELSTOKK, B. C
iini—amiiiwiiiiiiiwin i iiib it.
Fruit Lands Near ESevelsto
We have for sale 80 acres of cleared
fertile lands ready for cultivtition and
planting, half a mile from town, to be
divided into small blocks to suit purchasers
Per
EASY  TERMS
This is the best land in the district, being
very fertile and suitable for growing fruit
or vegetables—no irrigation needed. This
is a paying investment.
Apply to
Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
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REVELSTOKE,   B. C.
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged and Improved.    First-Class in ever; respect.    All modern convenience!
Large Sample Rooms.
Rates, $2.00 per day       Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
ORIENTAL HOTEL^
suitably   furnished  with  thc choicest the
m.irkct affords.      Best Wines, Liquors and
Ci^irs.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
•J.   ALBBET     STOHSrii]      PROP.
Union Hotel
RESTAURANT j
Under New Management       '
WHITE HELP ONLY
Stewart MECdoRald
Proprietor
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import ilirec; 'am country ot origin.
WHOLESALE    DEALERS    ONLY.
P,"EV 01
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Advertise in tlie Nail-Herald
Palace Restaurant
McKenzie   Avcnu
Fruit, Candii tobacco,
A. H. Sing, Proprietor
NOTICE
Our logs are stamped
on the end "E" and all
persons are warned
against taking them or
the d r i i j ( i ; : r
spikes therein. Do not
touch our logs.
Revelstoke Sawmill Co., Ltd.
bm       WATER NOTICE
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thai   i  i to
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|   Bi   ■   I Lho I Work-
rt nm, I i ii.*i 1*
I evei
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^IJPSI '.*r,i.'
Horse, Cattu , l log ami
Poultry Show
Agriculture unO Mucliinery Rx-
hilii:., Trotting ami Pacing Events
flog. 15th to Aug. lh
(inclusive)
Tuesilay, Aug 16th will be
Canada Home Hay when Sir Wil -
(rcil l.a'.irk-r will dedicate lh(
Vancouver Exhibition Grounds
and Buildings u. the use of the
people forever.
A great   reception   will be tendered Sir Wilfrid Laurier.
ll will be a real itome day.
Bands of Music
Decorated Streets
S; . cial rates on s aud
steamboats from all ; oints.
JAMES  ROY
Manager,       -      Vancouver, B.C.
SIGNS
All kinds Reasonable Trice?
Painting and
Paper Hanging
Satisfaction Guaranteed
R. Z. CRAWFORD
Cor. Third St. and Robcon Avenue
H. B. STONEX
Practical..
Machinist
Repairs of all kinli naa'ly carriel  01
Bicycle and Gun work a specialty
Estimates Kfven on any class
of ".-or'-'.
Front     Street.
To Trappers
Raw Furs Bought
Oash Prices Paio
P.   B.   WELLS.
Exporter of Furs
UNION HOTEL
■ i   '   ■ i.i* \;>. ii. c.
Special Attention given  to  commercial
ini'ii  and   toui   I sample
■■ om i. Fil llrilisl Colnm
. irrow 1 1*1,1-
W. J. Lightburne. .Prop
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ri ii i: ih lli'KKiiv Gl\ i*:n  thnl  an
|i| luuu mn will lie Hindu inidi'i*  I'm!
\    nl' I li,   "\\ ni it Ai i. IIIIII)," iii 1.1.lain
>i i:i-<ii..' in 'In- Ituvclstoke Hivi.-iiin uf
i\'**-i  KniiU'ii iy Hi* I im!.
1*1   I hi'   llllll..',   lilllli I'HS    lllld   in*   lipa-
: ii 'i nf i In- applicant. The Cnrporiil imi
nl llie ( n v ui lii'voliil.olu', ii iiiiiiiii'iiinl
mn pi i.n imi under the laws of Uritish
Ciiliiinliiii.
ill I'm. mining pui'pnses) liYpu Minor's
(' 'i lilli'alo No.
(ii) Tin' iiiinii' uf ihr lake, stream or
mu r.i (if iiiiiiiiini'il, i lie description is).
A    i ii .nn il n\ ink nil    Mount Uevel-
i •   in  ,i   valley     i,i   a   soul hei'ly
iiii i-i timi nml .*iii|ii ylng Into the   llle-
..!,■! run, ll   poinl   aliiilil.  Iinil'  ;i
mill* wesl of Greely Crook Hiiilgi'.
ii i The poinl of diversion ni  a
piiliil ;il iuu I LmIIII I'rcl iilmvi' SI 11 lovel "ll
-.iliil Hl.ll'lllll,
nl i The i|ii;inliiy of ivatov upplii d
fnr (in cubic fuel per secondi ton cubic
feel per second,
d'l Tin'  chin "i."'   nf l li"   proposed
works   in mnl  I-   Inch pipe line to
connect wil li Bridge Greek.
in Th" premises on which Lhe water
is  in  In* ii-.nl   iiii*.i*iil me),   Tin-
I'm piinil imi nl' I li" Citj "i Itnvel Ink".
i.i Tlir purposes fur which the watei
is In lie used.   General municipal  put".
l'i -.
lh) If for Irrigation doicrilie the land
iui ended to li" irrigated) p,i vi11■_; acre-
age.
(i) If lh" wali'i Is In bo used I'm
power in* mining purposi s, di scribe
I lu* place where i h" water is lo be re-
i in n* ill. some natural ehanue', nml
i lu* difference in nltitudu In* tn
point of diversion and point of return,
(j) Area of Grown land Intended to
he occupied by the proposed works
nli'Hi' pi acres.
(k) This notice  was posted  on  lh"
12th day of July, 1010.
and application  will  be  made lo the
Commissioner on   the   loth   dav   of
August.',ll)10.
i | Give i he name and address of nny
lip.ii'i.-iii proprietors or lici usees who
or win is" lands aru likely lo be affected
j by tbe proposed  works,  either above
j or below ih iiii".
I.   llnii".*,   K. Mm inn,   .1.   IO.   Smith,
l \V.  Crawford,   balance   Government
land,
(q) The boundaries nnd area of the
' niuu eipality are a.s follows:
All Ihiii piece and pareel of land
situntu, lying, and being in Kootenay,
district, in ih" Province of British
Columbia, bounded as follows. -
Commencing at a point where the,
southerly limit of tli" Canadian l'a-,
iilir  Railway  right-of-way  intersects
: the Columbia river; thence following
the lefl   bank of the Columbia river
I down stream to the point where the
easterly limit of l°ord streel   Intersects
| the Columbia river; thenoe northerly
along the east side of Ford street tu
ilie ",iiii" nl Third street; thence easterly along ih" centre lini' of Third
siii'iM in its Intersection wiih the west
line of Rokeby avenue; thence southerly along ih" west line ..I Itokeby
avenue to ii -- intersection with the
northerly limit of Fourth Btreel;
liuin*" niiiii;; the northerly limit of
Foui th street to the easterly limit of
Boyle avenue; thence suutberly along
the easterly limit of Boyle avenue tn
Its intersection with Sixth Blreet;
iiuii"" easterly along the northerly
limit nf sisi h street to its intersection
with ih" westerly limit of Connaught
avenue; thence southerly along the
western side of Connaught avenue tp
Its Intersection with lb" northerly
liinli of Kight slreet; thence easterly
iiln'ii.' iln- noilli-crly limit of [Sight
stiei't in Hi" westerly liinii of the
i'ighl-nf way of the Arrowhead branch
nf ih"    Canadian    Pacific    Uailway:
llii'ii""   th"   saini ns"   I'm*    si'vi-ti
hundred (700) feel tu the ea&terly limit
nl'ili" propo-ed townsito; thence al
right angles with Kighih street to a
poinl eight hundred i""i (SOO) north of
ilm northerly limit of tlio Canadian
Pacific Railway main line right-of-way
llii'ii"" in a westerly direction and
Ijnralh'l to the Canadian Pncilic Hail-
way rigln of-way lu the luuk of ih"
Col bin liver: ill nee down stream
in iln- point . I beginning, and containing live hundred and ninety-five [-585)
acres uuu e ot less,
Approxlinalely   the   number ol
lllllabll UltS is 1,,-iUO.'
Church Goers
The recent arguments In the Victoria Coloulat aa to "Why do I go
to Church," have produced a number
of auswerB all ot which illfler from
,.*„*ii uther. Besides those who go
for thc right purpose, the following
nn   his will be Interesting   to   per-
B  who 'i" not go and yet      who
have difficulty In ending an excuse,
although the subpended list Bhows
bona rule reasons why people should
annul church.
TllK TRUTH IN ONE SENTENCE
f go to church becauso those who
are trying to tell us that the church
is obsolete and old-fashioned have
failed to give us anything better or
ns good iu its stead, und until they
can do so, they should not seek to
destroy or Impair that which is so
Important a fai I r In out modern
civilization,
nm SEHOLD I. TIES HEAVY
I can underatan 1 the excuse of the
woman who stays at home to please
hei busban'., J, i .., wo ild prefer
to stay with mine. I am not food
enough or physically strong enough
to joyfully make tlie ...at it is tor
ine to iln uli my housework, bathe
and dress two small hoys, hurry to
get niyscit ready, then climb the
steep lull to church » th every must
clo trembling from exhaustion. But
[I know (rom experience.
THE BEST WU 11AVW.
1 believe the church, even though
a poor one is the bi Bt representative wc have of the best things iu
the world, and that is why I go to
church.
AS A PROPERTY OWNER
1 go to church because as a property owner 1 realize that my property is worth tifty per cent, more
in the market that it would be il
there was ao church in my community. 1 ought to give my inllncnce
and help to that which helps me
ami all my neighbors!
A    CONFESSION.
I am the wite of a farm, r living in
a  thinly settled  section  ol   tne roii.i-
try.     1 go to church sei" ice     held
in a lug   shack,     to hear sincere, ii
not always brilliant sermons; tu King
to wear my best clothes, and b    ee
other people.
THE CHUHCH AND THE Fi.AU
Why do I go to church.' Because it
seems to me that    the church   bears
the same     relation    to  right living
that the Hag does to  patriotism —
it upholds an ideal.
FROM THE FAR WEST.
Church is the only place where     I
hear anything spoken which does not
regard  ranching.
LIKE COLD CREAM.
I'll  tell  you  in  strictest coulideuc
that my reasons for going to church
arc as un-Christlike as cun well    be
imagined.
1 have been reared to think that all
well bred people go to church. It
doesn't take very much time out of
your Sunday—two hours or so—aud
you leave au impression that you
are distinctly high.tolled and perfects proper-
No cold cream on hot Ikoh ever
produced such soothing sensation aa
this chiiichly application will to
your soul.
Hard Nut to Crack
Vici .na, Aug. -'.-- Mount Assini -
boine, known n.s the Matterhorn ot
llu*   Itockies,   has  been  scuied       once
i-i lb" place of lb" piopo "il  reservoir    for storing—the    presenl   city'
lis* I'voir.
(I i The means by  «hieh ii  is pro-
posed to Sinn- i b" water*  Tank.
CORPORATION OFTHE Cm
OF REVELSTOKE,
IIIHT K A. l.WVSON.
Jy-13 lm Citj Clerk,
i..mous
I.oug -
small
who
NOTICE !!
Having removed my office
from the Paget Supply Company
;.i the office of the Revelstoke
G era! Agencies, Limited, all
orders left there will be promptly
tted.
The destruction '.1 ltii I" u* Ily ii " publii
duly. Almost ii 'y American State Boud ..I
Hcollli is carrying on « * H him.
.1* P. Si rHERLAND,
Successor tn
1 lis fillliy oli^in nnd habit', nm] the III I
his body ii generally lo-l-r-ti svitli diieaie.producing | '
genu, malcea him ont ..I the greatest enemies »l
the human lace.
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K.w.ii. Paget.
II the housekeeper! "I Canada will u ■
WILSON'S
Fly Pads
|,.*i '-iii.ily,   ihij   |»nil   would   lie   tlcinciiJmiily
reduced.
l-'i lit s \ i.k   l-'i ■ i   i '*       tn bu seen
i.i    Rovi Istoki mill  Company,
Uu- Eddy, li. 0,
again,    this  time  the  most
eame ol all,  that ol Tom G,
stall,   has   been   added   to  the
".-lii .*■  of  mountain  di!    icrs
bave accomplished the feai.
Turn Longstafl .s a llnuaiuyun ex-
plorci nl win 1.1 wide fame, and oie
nf fn greatest m Hntis, uountain-
eeis ni the day. Descril of the (eat
in a letter to bis father, Lieut-Col.
ill, the explorer snj 'I
f.mini it a bard uut to enrk owing
to the thu-k covering o! P -der)
snow. My companion on th- ci.mli
wus I'.udolpb /.in,nn i, a ltocky mi.nn
nun . ..ide and a lirst class man. Tl e
la. i tage ot our journey was one
.( 21 hours with.nit fnoh jr halt,
lu the hually eflort wo wen nearly
beati i by u 16 loot clifl at the top,
but wc managed to scale t.. We
iiiadi thi a ■ ant over thc ro ie hith-
in" i. iwn ami descended by tho
north ridge, ■ route elmscn by very
few men who have accompli hed the
teat."
WANTED Fourth flans Engineer
Apply in v..*: i Kootenay Steam
Laundry, Itevelstoke, IJ. 0.
POR i'iti\ ATM SALE A bed room
inii, coukli ■ I'M, and ot hi r ar-
i iclea ol furniture al the re Idem e
"i i*:. M. Cook, cornor ol Second
street and McArthur uveuue.
British ConscripH i
London, Aug. 2.—Coiiscr.i tion, or,
at bast n modified system cf com-
pulsol | ee,     is likely     to   be
one • ! the issues ol the n* it general
il.-. n campaign in Great Drltaln.
Sin!,, at any rate, Is the atatement
appearing in that section of the
which favors thc proposals
which Karl Huberts and othr [u-om-
ini'iu ai my mi'n hnve put fol i 1
(rom time to time iu the Ho"*o ol
Lords ui d elsewhere.
mm rage 4
TllE MAIL-HERALD REVELSTOKE, B. C.
WEDNESDAY, AUG. :iltl)., 19III
Alpine Club Camp
Great success is attending the
annual camp of the Alpine Club Ibis
year, which is being held at Consolation  Valley, near L-aggan,
Consolation Lake lies almost at
the timber line nnd is one oi the
glacial lakes in whicli the iiu.'..i sialics of trout abound, There aro many
similar lakes in the district frequented by tourists to which the
same lish would readily adapt iiiiu
selves and if tin* government would
take measures to havo theso waters
Btocked with trout it would greatly
add to the attractions already possessed by the Nnl ii.iiiii I'ink and
would be sure to yield satisfactory
returns for the outlay.
From tin* camp sun f ibe   nncsl
peaks nre accessible.
Vmong tin* distinguished visitors
this year are: .Mr. George Vaux, a
veteran mountaineer, who bus paid
frequent visits in the Rockies Bince
1886, and his daughter, Miss .Mary
Vaux, who is noted us a Btrong
climber and skilled  photographer.
.Mr. Benjamin Y. Beaver, a prominent stock broker ol Brooklyn, N. Y.,
a member of the Appalachian Mount
ain flub and ol the Brooklyn Inst -
tute nf Arts und Sciences. He is n
friend ot Professor Herschel 0, Par
ker of Columbia College, New York
( [ty, and is keenly following tho pi o
gress of that explorer who is now
engaged In an attempt on .Mount Mc-
Kinley, Professor Parker, who is
an enthusiastic member of tho Caua
dian Alpine Club, and was present, at
last year's gathering, is accompanied on his expedition by Mr, Bell.
more Brown, Professor J, II. I'untz,
ol Stevens Institute, Hobokon, and
Messrs. Grassio and Tucker. They
are accompanied by two packers, but
have no guides as they are approach
lug the mountain by boat and Swiss
guides cannot overcome their [ear
ol  and aversion  tn  the   water.
Dr. T. G. Longstaft, an eminent
Oxonian and a Fellow of tho Royal
Geographical Boriety, who is a mom
ber of the Alpine flub of England;
the Italian Alpine Club, and has
been made an honorary member of
thc Appalachian Mountain flub. He
has become distinguished through his
extensive expluratiuna In the Himalayas, where he has made Important
discoveries. Dr. Longstafl is travelling with his sister.
The great annual summer camp ol
the Alpine flub ol Canada, which
met on the 18th of July, closed last
Saturday as far as tho club itself is
concerned, but there will bo a sis
days' trip iu honor of tho great Kng
lish mountaineers, lir. Longstafl and
his sister, through mountain Bcenery
that is too difficult to take for the
club as a whole, said Dr. A. L. Ken
Jail, an ardent mountaineer who at
tended tbe camp-
Commencing its career only four
yeai's ago with a membership of less
than fifty, there are now nearlj COO
members on the roll. 'I'he fascination
of the mountain peak, glacier, and
valley with their riot ol color,
brought more than one hundred and
fifty alpinists t" the camp tins year.
The site chosen [or the camp was
on the  grassy slopi i of Iation
Valley, and from tbi
of tbe     most charming   .'iews in all
■' ■    ••"!Id was to In* Been.
The annual meeting of thi
held on the I th and
fl * ei - and committi
•  *  ensuing term.
The  annual  meeting  closud       with
three hearty cheers and a I
Premii r McBi i.i..* an I i nment
ire fully awake to I
tt ol t.     I
ir mounts the
and 11    by
lonating     i
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meeting.
Refused to Leave Work
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' all  fi* in  a ib'|.uty un-
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Corporation of the (lity of
Revolstoko
FOR SALE
Oily property in arrears for luxes
up iii nisi Dec., LOUS, will he sold ai
Public Auction al llie Oity Mall at 2
o'clock p.m. un Saturday, Sept, Hid
proximo,
Hlirt'K A. LAWSON,
Jy.20.lm Collector.
Corporation of ihe City of
Revelstoke
PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE.
In tin* matter    I an applies
the Issue of a duplicate Oertiflcate
1 ,i •• to Lota   8 iuu! II, Block 17   I'.'i
f Revelstoke, Msp(i86A.
Notice if ben bj given lh it it .- mj
intention tn Itsue ii the < xplral. i
oue month after tin* first publi- il i
hereof, a duplioate ol the Certiflcati
i,f Title to tbe abi u* mentioned lota ii
the name ol John E Taylor, which
Oertiflcate i» dated the 11th ul .May
1908, and numbered 2386A.
Bawl. R. Hoe,
Itistrict Registrar,
Land Registry Ollice,
Nehou B.C., July lb, 11)111.   jl27 lm
COURT OF REVISION
Assessment    1910
PUBLIC NOTICK  is   hereby
given that tho Courl of Revision
of thf Assessment of 1910 will be
held in the City Hall, Revelstoke,
B.C., tm Wednesday, Aug. 3rd.,
1910, at 7 o'clock, p.m.
Bruce A. Lawson,
City Clerk
ft.
Dominion   Lands
Railway Belt of British Columbia
Tin* duir I'm* ilie coming into force
of ilu' new regulations has been
changed.   A new ante will beset lain*.
I'ntil 1'uiibn- notice nn entries to he
granted in the New Westminster dis-
tricl ami .'ast of Range 13, west nl'
Sixib meridian Inclusive.
IV (i. KKYKN.
Secretary.
Ottawa*, June SO, 1910.
NOTICE
lievelstoke Land District.
Dibtricl oi w est Kootenay.
Take nm lee lhat I, Julia A, Simp-
sun, "t A111*\\ in*.nl. occupal mu in-ii ■
ried woman, intend tn upply im permission I" pin chose 11,.- i" ,' u .in
desct ii"*.l l.u,.Is :
CommeiU'iiiK   al   *i
llll'     Slilltll  i    .-'      • *"l I  '*|       n|      Lot      KfW,
til     Willi    ItJ    ' ll HI1-.   ! ll. I
.-liiiiiis   moi.*    a   1'--   in   lake s»li
thence   along   i >
enmmencenn
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No 11 ci
^ml day of August,    1910,
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.-ni  ol i'i '..iin mi Police,     for     tho
trail bi   of   thi
of liipion-i by retail  In an.l  upon  thf
I, in,  es known uh Mm Halcyon li"
li*l,   nl    Hub yon,   II     f ,   from   I I'll i ',
Mclntoi h to William     Boyd, ..f Hnl
ryoii, British Columbia.
Dated   thi I   llt.h   duy  nl   .Inly,   1910.
I lurry Mclnto.h,
William Boyd.
BUILD UP
REVELSTOKE
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has new type and printing machinery
Our stock gf printing papers is large and
well selected.
WE PRINT
Letterheads - Billheads - Cards
cTWenus - Envelopes - Programs
Books and Booklets - Loose Leaf
c/lccount Forms - Ball Programs
Wedding Stationery - Memoriam
Cards - Lumber Forms - Tags, Etc.
ADDRESS
THE INTERIOR PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Agents for the famous
EMPIRE TYPEWRITER
$60.00 Cash WEDNESDAY,-AUG, 3RD., Win
THE MAIL-HERALD UEVELSTOKE, B C
Tsge B
tatxaasassasa
The Elevator in in perfeot
working order these dayH
Tiikti advantage of it lo
get to the Bargains in the
Drygoods Department,
HUME'S
A news sheet devoted to the interests of the citizens of Revelstoke and surrounding
towns and settlements.     Our aim is to place before the purchasing
public the facilities of Our Big Department Store.
Parasols
Monday will be the day to buy a parasol
we hove grouped a lot of lf3 to ifi parasols
a lol of lho choicest of the BeaBon's novelties and  made a clearing prioe ou them
Only  $1.90
Baby Ribbon
Bird Eye Baby Ribbon from France, tin's
one in the popular widths fur Corset
Covers, etc., pink, whiie, lihie, helio,
navy, cream, etc., at  ti  yards for 25 '., or
5c. per yard
Dutch Collars
How cool and comfy a lady looks with
a nice fitting Dutch Collar. You will
need one or   more   of   the new ones, only
25c. and 35c.
Hat Bargains
Our bargains in Men's Summer Hats are
still on. A full table of this season's
classy Straw and Canvas Hits at prices
which make them a genuine snap.
Men's Straws
Boaters, Tuscans, Brazils, and Bice
Hate—ALL HALF-PRICE.
Men's English Boaters
Leather sweat, satin finish. A Christy
Hat.    Regular $•! 50 now .1*1.75.
M
en s  1 uscan
Hat
Light and cool, leather sweat, almost
undestruotible. R°gular $3.50 values
now $1.75.
Men's Rice Straws
Very serviceable and cool. Regular
if::      now .$1.50.
M
ens Lanvas
Hats
In a variety of shapes and colors. Tbey
will all be sold at a reduction of 33 1-3
percent. Our if 1 hats now ii5c, our 75c.
hats now 50c.
There are but a few of them. Our summer hats sold from 50d. to $7.50, and the
above prices apply to all.
Our New Tea and Coffee Department at the back of the store on
the ti round Flov, is proving a
convenience. We have a line
'' Hobart" Electiic Coffee Mill and
can give you genuine steel cut.
ground or pulverized coffee while
you wait.
House D
ouse l/resses
That American Peroale House Dress is
tho winner. Most every lady in town
has availed themselves of one or more.
They are perfect wishers and such style
never saw the like in a house dress before
Only $3.50
osiery uargains
As per usual Saturday night, you will
buy Hose at a bargain. A lot of lace
hose in Tans and Black, and a lot of
fancy colars, all in one lot at
50c. per pair
New Blouses
New Hair Goods
New Hair Ornaments
Fancy Hose for Men
A brand new line just to hand. All the
nobby patterns oi the present season.
All the new colors and shinies that are
being shown in the east to-day. Plain
and pattern lisle.
60c. and 70c.
per pair
We are giving our Special
attention to Fresh Fruits.
We can help you if you
are preserving. Call in
and see the assortment.
Corset C
overs
The Lily White Corset Cover woven to
siiape, arm holes and all, in beautiful
Swiss Embroidery. A wonderful lot of
pretty patterns, ready to put lbs strap
on shoulder and button, then they are
all complete. Hurry and see them before they are attached
Only $2.50
Novelty Beltings
N'ovelly Beltings in lengths of 30-inch,
Most everyone has plenty of pretty Belt
Buckles. Hire is a chanre to get a swell
belt length worthy of that line buckle.
Your choice of 1(10 pretty  belt lengths at
50c. each
New Ribbons
New Wash Belts
Fresh Groceries
always on
hand
Headquarters for
FRESH FRUITS
ana Vegetables
C. B. Hume Sr Co. Limited
DEPARTMENT   STORE
Revelstoke ««<* Arrowhead
MAIL,   TELEPHONE, or BEND
\our Orders! Send the children
to the Store ! Come yourself, or
bave our City Traveller call at
your Home for Orders. No Order
tno large or too small for us to
handle. It pleases us to see that
Customers get the best of attention.
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THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE B C
WEDNESDAY, Ann. :mn.. imo
REID & YOUNG
50 Dozen Ladies' All Wool Cashmere Hose.    Reg.
40c.   Now 25c. Per Pair.
New Dress Goods for Fall Trade
New Table Linen and Napkins
REID & YOUNG
Corporation of the City of Revelstoke
TAX   SALE  NOTICE
Notice is hereby Riven lhat I shull sell at Public Auction on
Saturday the 3rd day of September, A.D.. 1910, at the City Hell,
Revelstoke, B. C, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, the lands, or
improvements, or real property, as described, for unpaid delinquent
Municipal Taxes, special rales, interest, costs and expenses due
thereon, unless in the meantime the arrears of Municipal taxes,
special rates, interest, costs and expenses, as set forth in the
Schedule hereunder, be sooner paid.
Dated at Revelstoke, this 30th day of July, A. I)., 1910.
BRUCE   A.   LAWSON,
Collector for thc Corporation of tho City of Revelstoke.
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LOCAL UNO GENERAL
M.  Oli - igci     tl '■  Belgian avlat-
:     : *     (light
.•   I to i   ■*• Ight ol 4,712 ft.,
a ne« * lor monoplani *
Miss Macdi di Id       ; repari *   lu ilo
plain * . and
\ . .. *     east end
;'  i. -* ' t* 2t
L . t i* i idav Dirked thi   i iplry   ol
the preaci ,* iblic     or
official     mourning thi   igh   it      the
Empire Ior hie late     Majesty    King
Edward VII.
P.,
Tin; Kev.  J. Kn
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tbt is. C. district secretary ol   the
Canadian Uihlt  Society,  ; ched
St. *   morning and the Mi thodisl In the
evening.
J. T. P. Hock and the Ri ,. M* fi.
Melvii Iiave taken » party ol boya
for a visil   to Bt.  Leon hot
iprings, i ■   ..ll enjoy I  I
at ther o itdoor
-; orts,
After many year* ui peratlon the
Le Roi :•-'•• at Rosaland baa liually
dos. •   lack • I success
Nothing can be said the
future policy ••! the management, lor
no definite step has becu del l( *
upon.
TicJers are invited for t -      c in
anada's first  warship,
a c: . Bristol typi        The
br:t.-b
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11.   McKiu-
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The Pa'ace Meat Market will be
closed wh.lc tho hot weather continues and deiive'ies of meat to customers in the Lower Town will be
made trom tne Main Market where the
Company have proper fac lines lor
keeping meat at all Umtl at the right
tsmperatu'O.
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To those who have not yet given Purity Flour a trial we
would suggest you doing so if you wish to procure the best
as we absolutely guarantee every sack. Your money refunded if not just what, we represent it lo be.
TEA  AM)   COFFEE
We have a full stock of the leading lines in Teas and
Coffees and can offer you the best values on the market,
ranging in price from $1 per lb. to 3 lbs. for $1 as a special.
A. HOBSON. BAKER & GROCER
Your Insurance
Is  one. of  thc   most   important  items
in your business
LET Kootenay Agencies, Ltd.
Look after this branch of your business
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, LTD.
Successors to Kincaid & Anderson
ASHKKHKIl   OW M*:ll
AiiiiBlriiii-u', Win. CJO.irii's)
Ailnir. 10. K.... (1)2nni-M..
Bell, Miss A. M	
Balln garde, S	
Bock, Hv. I>	
Barber, ,). tiny 	
Ooughlin, Mrs. II. K
Doll, I.. II	
I) iiiiui'i', N	
Bison, Mi"--. \V	
PYaser, D.f.fliiiiisi', govt.hi)
Fleming, \V.(housu ('PR kit
Fulton, Jtintes	
Graliam, Walter	
(lowing, A. (I	
Qinamll, M. (shark, (I'll lit)
'ii.llii'k, .Inp.. ,...•*-*
Hansen, A. (), ti.
Hamilton, William
Ui'ilstrtiin, (Ins	
Henderson, P.,
Snpgood, R. .1. (bouse i
Johnson, August
Kt'rniigliai), .lolin
Lane, Hi'itlia   	
Menotte, M..
.\litt-tilit. .Tames ...
Miller, Mis. Est hei
Menotte, Clem ..    (linns')
McOartv, F.(houseat old mill
Nicol, \V. T	
Pool, Win. 11.
I'm Ii'i'. T. It  M.   .       .       .
dunlin*!*, tl  .1.
Smith, Mis. M. A.    .
Shardlow, Mi-. I.. J.   .
Skinner, T.fvillalot 60,4 ac)
Solloway, Alt'. E,
Stonex, II  B.       .    '  .    ' .
Stneey, Mrs. K
Stain-list, Mlis A.
[irganlzer
Congress
11 pulilic
in the
evening,
w R, Trotter, western
uf the Trades and Labor
ol Canada, will address
iiu-i ting ..(  wage workers
Hull next Tuesday
August 9th.
led in the li:-t ol results ol the
■ im i    examinations for teach
■ :,*- throughout li. c,  is
me of Eric Coursler ol Revel-
Btoke, having secured a third     class
cate,
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F.  \\    Jackson,  managing direi
"f the Union Steamship Co., ol Eew
Zealand, at  Sydney, K.s.it..      \
tialia, and    Mrs.  Jackson,      passed
/li tins morning en route     fnr
Ban II.
Tho Palato Mo't Market Hill be
closed While the bot weutb.r continues and deliveries ol meat to
tomers in the Lower Town wi I uo
midi from the Main Market whue lho
Cmpi-y have proper facilties fo
keeping mout at uli limes ut the ri -h
temperature.
The  CP.R.   are  uflcring special  re-
tbi   '..ii*
18th to !
The  ro ind trip rate fr-.m  I.
■ .* 113.15, and I ii kets will   •
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Revelstoke, In Victoria Park.    Their
camp is pitched at  the second lake.
On Monday night a number of the
young people ol the city and neighbors, rnlli'.l at the Willow ( reek
nini-lii-. the hi.im- ol Mr. and Ml ■
II. .1. Hays, f : * il evening In
honor of the bii th lay ot Mrs 1 laj
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I wishes "t nil were extended  to    Mr.
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I! ,V2
2 :t2
1 III
2 SI
2 2.">
2 88
2 IMI
2 IS
2 07
8 13
1! SS
:i 03
:t 08
2 I'7
2 til
2 (il
2 03
2 10
2 20
I 72
1 12
2 18
2 (is
2 60
2 KI
2 IH
8 80
2  IS
8
Tin tin*, .lim. A.    .
II
28
V.ig.in. F il m.i a. of l.'k II
V.'iil.rl. F. estnle
1
:t
W iui , Fran -;s Y,
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Walsh, A. K. l>.
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16
Freeman,   .1.   M.   P,    Villi
l hi
10,
Sec   27  Tp. 21   	
ll.ini'i*. .1 .nn--   H E     .   "f
Sec
:!..
Tp 2:1 ion *i**i'*-
II
8
an
in si
7 84
2U 22
2 IK)
5 SS
II 11
I) 71
21 28
27 31
13 21)
11 i'l
111 SI
5 17
1 78
102 IS
ii as
28 ."il
12 31
7 17
il ss
37 13
in 60
in 06
in
in
2 HI
2 HI
2 11
2 88
2 25
2 10
2 17
2-IS
3 03
2 si
2 3(1
3 31
2 13
2 2'1
2 70
2 4S
3 21
3 37
1 20
2 65
2 KI
2 23
2 OS
7 12
2  13
8 12
2 01
2 33
2 31
3 85
TOTAL
AMOUNT
ini':
S 23
2(1 30
III II
23 7(1
33 llll
HI I'l
S SI
113 MS
111 IIS
7  13
10 13
21 Ol
12 2d
3 .",1
23 00
11 32
23 73
37 37
22 li
II 111
11 113
2 70
3 77
0 35
3D 13
53 110
12 2')
HI 28
12 50
1 III
15 58
20 2)
12 20
51 15
52 51)
15 (III
3 87
5 11)
Hi 15
7 13
10 33
12 I'l
5 1)3
23 7(1
10 OS
0 70
27 53
■I 73
8 17
1(1 SI
12 22
27 I'.I
311 01
40 55
11 50
III OS
7 42
3 SU
nm 57
11 53
31 III
II 1)2
II 52
0 22
40 !S
13 08
11) S'l
SOCIAL UNO PEhSM
At the Opai a House
*
■
cu*.-  ' *•*.'•
Girl," ii
which ami
around *
.ii       en-
m;*finv
is  a  lar
own prl
standard
On     T
old, wa
■
an    any
i,ther drams
■
■
!*•■ the
Summer
Necessities
M- *■       i few ar Iclij chow □
ftt r i i _•■
-■    ■       :    et i
witch Hue) double 35c
B«nzo Alfron-j Cream for th« Completion ;oc
W«»h fi>„- 15c and 2'C
Paimcru R Toilet Wa'if
OU. I-tO (2 tO
C»-u»h#fl Rom TiVcum 2S<:
Cold Cream 3 V
Bews' Drug Store
■I
Mrs.   J.  Ii.  Hlbbald  will  D
•  rday next-
Mr.*,. ,1   r. Kennedy lefl (01   tiled
.. ■.■.u.i th    moi iiinr.
It.  w.  Haggen     ol     thi   Di minion
urvey Deal  Kamloops, was in     the.
. ity nn Monday,
Mis.   II.   It.   Atkins.   Mm.,   SpUl
.mil friends left on Monday     tor      a
.isit  to Bt.  I.'"'"
.1. A. Erlckson, proprietor ol
'irnnii Central hotel al  Nei on,
in tho nty nn Monday.
«r. J, Barber, ol North Bend,
iii bride are spending e lew
the city receiving the congratulations
■ then in. a*! bi lore returning to
■ belt Imme
Mi ii. n. Coursloi nnd family
iavi ink. a up then rceldence fnr n
let*    weeks   ut tbe ijtiuiBit ol     Mt.
■   cken      Blind'
Uul"
, irk."
Praise fruit Markets
It.   0
Iln*
was
nn 1
net   Mi teal fi
IS   fulli-WH:
•nil,., na,    \ *.-   I    !■'■
here report small  iruits .•( all kind
to iin'.* in ri. Ing m  good    condli *
from ll. 0.,    with t.ho exception     ol
two   hlptnents ol raspbe
arriving a little soft, bui much bet
iei  tImn in    former     seasons; pi • ■
have been     well     maintained,     imi
pply  ol  nil   small   fruits hns    been
very short nnd   iinHhle    t.n meet,    the
demand.     Cherries senm  to he less
■ in quantity arriving thlH point.
and  Edmonton.
Calgary, Aug, I. Plunkotl nnd
Hnvaco innl the MncI'liciBon Fruit
Co., Jobbers here, showed mo <iuotu-
they had Just received from B.
not
. ■  .
in    coi ■■* ■ *       i *
other points    in
,-.:.   exai
....    .
■
■  case f.o.b.
s a loiin i
atid  Ii.     C   sl.
■
*
tion     to  i ■
.im. ■   ,n are malnlj Irom
There Is a      Hat
mnl
■ . *
(rom land to M
i- I ikans ■
"f   mixed   fl
..    .
il r  cwt., enr
ilea and ;■■■■
Vernon,  70c,  per cwl
■
12c
\ ig,
it   II.  C.  small funis    they
■*.* n an
cellenl        I but could   nol ob
tain 26 of what, they     re
quired    to   meet demand,     De
Hint 73 per conl   of small
fi ni ii |,i*r i-i-r.i   "f    large
Iruit came Irom the    American
1 is    when*   Nelson   end   (ill     the
Kootenay   growers     nnd     r1iiiii»*i ■;
should aim I" supply with both
large and small frulta. All points
iiloin: Crow's Nest line nnd I.l nn he I
should In' supplied by Ihem* They
have a* low u rato by oxprcsa, and
a lower rate hy freight     than bpu
kane  and  other  American       points ,
•   they fnll     short in the     supply,
and compel these fruit dealers nlong
line nnd branches to buy American    fruit    products    by their    not
Ing in Kreat.er quantities the
fruits  necessary  to    supply        their
r may say here that MacLeod    has
I the worst  platforms I      have
raspberries from B. ('. fell   off
while  being trucked  from    car
to express ollice  when   present.
Th.-  .    another  point that Kootenay growers antl shippers could sup-
to  ad IB   ' *'*:i   .*x|iress rate
the   ame   *    the   ihippers from
■   nm! oi her American points,
and their fi tte is a httle low-
other     points aloin,'
tte Pedestrian ot 1911
• iim''
it th
streets and look
rushing at him
ectton     a      moi.ui ycle
nm !•
bind,    and ii taxlcab      was
u *     •
/ ,, /.Itlf ClUgl
i fe looked up and   ■■•» dlrei Hy ov-
all   hip  In
Iliil!   *,li   II
'juii'kly
■m**i the lil an ! i imped Into the
i ii,.* i** i    hy
ray train.
i*mi'     u,K  One   Brown Mare   1660
po ni'li,      nine     yenrH  old.   iu   foal,
• 173.    One Hay Mare, 1600 i nds.
nine veins old, $22S,   \i>i• 1 v to A.
,1.    Mel),,nidi,    Hotel    ItevidHtoke.
Mi.vinr pictures Friday nnd
iii'iuv iii the Kiiiiion Theatre.
Moving pictures Friday nnd
uiday ut tbc lidlsou Theatre.
Hat-
Sat-
Summer Dresses
at Half Price
The few of our Wash Dresses and Suits thai we have
left must tt'u this week, and we have made prices that will
surely move them. There are some eoat suits and a lot of
pretty lawn and wash dresses suitable for all occasions: —
While Coat Suits were *7.60, now J3.76. White, l'inl: and
Blue Lawn one-piece dresses iff. for &2.50; -V7.50 for *3.75;
*lii for *5. Fine Percale Princess Dresses were $7.50
now $3.75; others were $5 now $2.50.
Blouse Bargains
About two dozen pretty blouses in lawn, ecru and
cream nets, and white, black and colored silks. All sizes
from 32 to 42.   Regular $5 to $7.50, now $3 each.
See our $i Blouses
They are wonderfully cheap—Lawn, Cashmere, Mohair and Sateen.   All one price—$1.00,
<■    U   t)   O        GO   O   t>  S.
WHEN YOU WANT
Good Bread
—andyou ahould insist upon mi'tiitiK Ilia best at all
tinus-- get our*. Our reputation for good bread ia not
the result o( chance. Our customers are satisfied that
mus is the most satisfactory bread they can liny.
Try It and you will become a regular customer. Our
Groceries are also in keeping with our bread,
G. W. Bell
P. O. Box 208
GROCER & BAKER
Phone No. 23
Men's Furnishings
Heavy Black Sateen Shirts, "Union Made" at   $1.25
Hickory Shirts, blue and white, good wearers at
each  $1.00 and $1.25
Heavy Logger's Boots  $5.00
Orders taken for Crown Tailoring Co.
McIntyre  & Son
Railway lime Table
llm lollowing is tho imw summer
i me table   ol lho   ('. P, It.,   showing
im < ol arrival and dsparture of
min ut Itevelstoke.
Vi i;S'l BOUND
Nn. I arrlvos 0:06( doparts 0:36 a.m.
Nn.'.17 arrives 3:28 departs 3:48 p.m.
'-nf .". uiii\rs 4:56, departs *r»iln p.m.
KASTHOUM)
Nn. '2 arrives  13:38 midnight,      de-
iarti IJ i.'i midnight.
No. 00 arrives  llll" a. m*. departs
11 *'.') a. in.
• n   *i tuiivnH 0:30   a   in.,    departs
ID      A.    III.
AltUOWHEAD I'.UAM'II
11ia'*•    Itevelstoke 0:86   a. m.,    St-
■*"« It.'vil toke 4:80 p. m.
Mails Close
llm mniIn rinse nt l!iM.li.ii.l',i. as
f illown:
Km   in ilil n   imiiitH—9 a.  m.       mnl
p. m
Km Western imintn—4.25 p. m, and
7:45 p. m.
for southern points -9 a. m.
City mail boxes are cleared week
ilayB at 7:45 a.m. and 3:15 p. m.,
uud Sundays at 3:15 p. in.
EXCURSION FARES
Via
To
Industrial and Agricultural
EXHIBITION
August 131 Ii to 20th, icjto
At
VANCOUVER
Tickets on Sale  Auj;'. 15th
to 201b; final return limit
August 241I1
FARE :     $13.15
Apply in Or write to
T w. ORADSHAW C. D. FOSTER,
Agent, A.C.I'.A.,
Kevelstoke V. ncouver
A SNAP—FiVS Hoomcd House     and
Lot Inr Hale with Furniture,     do
reasonable oiler refused.—Apply to
A. Tcvln, Second Street, cast,

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