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Ask for Halcyon LITHIA WATER
For taniily use thord is nollihi^ so
wholesome ami so pure iis HALCYON LITHIA WATER.
ITS BOTTLED AT THE SPRINGS
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.EMPIRE    TYPEWRITER
For ease of operation and perfection
in results produced, tbis Machine
is unsurpassed —PRICE' 160 00 cash.
Interior Publishing Co , Agents
Vol. 14,-No 48
REVELSTOKE. B. C. JUNE 27, 1908
$2.50 Per Year
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Stores at Arrowhead and Revelstoke.
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C. B. Hume & Co., Ltd
MEN'S COOL (0f« SHOES
For foot-ease and solid comfort, wear a pair of
our White Canvas Balmoral or Laced Shoes, they are
the real thing. Made on regular lasts and for service,
there is nothing better. At $3.00 Per Pair
Tan Oxford or Low Shoes. The newest novelty
in a Three Buckle Oxford. Russia tan leather, will
take and retain a very high polish. Very neat
and dressy. To Sel    At $5.50
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Men's line "Egyptian" Sanitary Underwear.
This is a line of natural color, porous Underwear,
beautifully light and cool for hot weather.      All   sizes
irom 34 to 40. Only $1.00 Each
Real Irish Balbriggan Underwear in natural
color. Light, cool, comfortable summer underwear.
Ribbed cuff and ankle. You know the wear you get
out of real Balbriggan.
At 75 Cents Per Garment
Balbriggan Underwear in extra light quality,
very line soft thread, real Balbriggan, thoroughly
scoured and ready to put on.    Natural color,  all sizes.
Only 50 Cents Per Garment
C. B. HUME  & CO.,  LIMITED
Stores at Revelstoke and Arrowhead.
/cut it out
Wc have decided to reduce our line PI Pocket Knives, Razors
and Shaving accessories, and the cost has cut no figure in the
prices we have marked these goods. VV'e are not offering
shopworn goods, but the best makes of English and German
manufaciiiiers.
Take a Look at these Prices j
$160 Razors for  OOc.
*2 00 Razors for 76c.
$250 Razors for  $100
Safety Razors 75c
Safety Razors, 12 blades.    $1 50
$5 00 Safety Razors fur.. . ,$3.60
Hair Clippers from ... $1.50 up
50c. Pock, t Knives for . . .    25c
75c. Pocket Knives for  S5o.
$1 00 Pocket Knives for.,. . 50c.
KEEP YO'Ut EYE OX OUR SOUTH WINDOW
Lawrence Hardware Co., Limited
^^   TINSMITHING PLUMBING ELECTIC  WORK       //
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Office—Toronto, Ontario.
Hr auclies in His Province, of Manitoba, Alberta, 8-_.ka.ch-w_.ii.
British Colombia, Ontario, gnabec.
Oapital Authorised - •10,000,000.00
Oapital Paid Up ... -    •«,925,000.00
Reserve Fund ....        •4,925,000.00
D. R. WlLKlB, President; Hon. R. Jakkkay, Vice-President.
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A General Banking Business Transacted.
Drafts sold available in all parts of Canada, United States and
Europe.   Special attention given to Collections.
Savings Bank Department
Interest allowed on deposits from date of deposit and credited
quarterly.  ,
Revelstoke Branoh, B. C.-H. T. .affray, Manager
Special  Bargains   For The  Week
Summer Skirts
Children's Shoes AOoats
l-iulii'M  Hiiiiiiuer  Skirts   in
liineii and Duck.
Oollars and Belts
VViihIi   Collars   and   Belts,
just  ihe thing for summer
wear,
.lasl arrived- Another shipment  of   Children's    Eancv
.Shoes.    Sizes 2 to 11.
Children's   Fancy   Cream
Casluiifir Coals,  only  a  few
n 11 ire left,
MISS  A.   MASLEN
Opposite Climax Hotol, First Street.
..EDUCTION OF
WATER RATES
Advocated by Aid. McCarter a*
Last Night's Council Meeting
-Bad Sidewalk Laying-
Date of Tax Sale Set.
Tho regular meeting of ihe city
council »iii held last night wilh
Mayor Lindmark, and Aid. McCarter,
Foote, Sawyer, Stone, and Lefeaux
present. Minutes of last meetings
were read and adopted,
COMMUNICATIONS
Frcni Chie! uf Police, reporting fire
alsrms O. K— Filed.
Frnui Dr. Ciirti«, submitting report
of milk tests taken from samples of
local de„lets and stating that it was a
difficult matter to obtain samples from
those who h,id only one cow. The
report is as follows-
Specific    Butter
Gravity     Fat
City Dairy (W.CIark). .  30 1 4-5
M. Kin ii  32        1-4-5
A. C. I'urlsi.ii   ill 445
VV. ll  Wiit-iin ... 32 :i4-5
C. Anderson (Maple Ll) 80 445
Specific giavity ul iiu.kiniined milk
is front 28 to ill. Skimmed milk 33 to
37. P. rcentage ul butter fat not less
than 34,
Tin- i.tnitii'il ugieud that 1 here was
no nctd lur lhe medical health otlicer
to do this work hut that it should be
the duty of the Chief cf Polico to obtain samples and make ihe tests, and
resolved that the Chief of Police be
instructed to obtain samples of local
milk periodically and report each test,
and that the medical health olliccr be
relieved of that duty,
From the Athletic Association offering to turn over the McKenzie Avenue
recreation grounds to the city on condition that the city pay $1000 to cover
the cost of improvements. As tlie
agreement wilh the Land Company
prevented a re-lease of these grounds
and the offer of ibe Athletic Association being a reasonable one, considering tbe real value of improvements on
the grounds, the council resolved to
accept their lermsT and take over the
grounds. The matter of further improve menu-, was discussed but the sub
ject was laid oier.
From the Municipality of tbe Spal-
lunieheen inviting the council to the
celebration on July 1, at Armstrong.
—Acknowledged.
From Premier McBride, acknow-
leJging the letter sent by the council
re bridge and temporary ferry across
the Columbia river at this point, and
stating that it would have his earnest
consideration.—Filed.
From the Bowman Lumber Co. requesting that a lire alarm box be
placed in the mill premises and also
that tlieir water rates be reduced.
Tbe council agreed that an alarm
was necessary there, the nearest box
being at Mrs. Little's residence on 3rd
Street, and that in case a fire broke
out at the mill tbere was great danger of spreading all over the city.
Aid. Foote said that the present
system was overloaded now and very
unreliable, and it would be better to
install a new modern system which
would well repay lhe city in tbe long
run.
Aid. McCarter said that it wai very
likely a Are alarm by-law would carry
witb tbe people.
Tbis was left with the Fire, Water
and Light committee to report, and it
was agreed that meanwhile a box be
put in at the mill.
Regarding the second request Aid.
McCarter B.iiil lhat Revelstoke water
ratea were far too high, tbe city was
increasing and the people should get
a cheaper rate especially as tbe cost of
tbe up-keep of the plant was so small.
He said the Bowman Lumber Co.
were paying a high rate and thought
it fair to them as they were a live concern doing business in the city, to
bave their rate reduced.
Tbe couucil agreed that tbe Company should get a lower rate provided
tbe water was not wasted or used to
wet down logs, The matter wss left
with the Fire, Water and Light committee.
The question of a general water rate
reduction will also be discussed in
committee.
Aid. Sawyer reported on the bad
work ol sidewalk laying in Ward 1,
by the Julian codtract, stating that
the work would have to be done all
over again.
Aid. McCarter ask d what was lieing
done about the wiring of the new
wing ol the hospital, which the Board
asked tbe city to do Iree of charge.
The tenders were being advertised and
the board   wanted to  know  what the
city'B decision was.
The council agreed that the hospital
was deserving ol assistance and sup
port and felt that the wiring should
be done free of charge, and resolve.1
that the city do all necessary wiring
in the new wing, according to tbe
electrician's report.
The   Fire, Water   and   Light committee will discuss and  report on tbe
rates and charges to citizens for powor.
A resolution   wns   passed fixing the
tax sale for Sept. 10th.
Aid. McCarter said that the city
should take steps to secure from the
government tbe right of working the
city jail prisoners outside the jail
limits. At present this cannot be
done without au order-In council and
even then only those prisoners who
are serving time on second convictions.
There wss a lot of work to be done,
and these old offenders might just as
well do it.
The council rt solved that the government be n-ked to grant this. The
accounts were then passed and tbe
meeting terminated.
THE LAST REQUIEM
Ex-President Cleveland's Sudden Death
Grover Cleveland, twice President of
the United States, died nt Princeton,
N. J., on Wednesday morning. An
ollicial statement given out. and signed
by the physicians, gave heart trouble,
superinduced by stomach and kidney
ailments of long standing, as the
cause of death.
Mr. Cleveland's body will be buried
iu Princeton cemetery in tho family
plot, the burial place of Ruth, the
eldest of the Cleveland children, whose
death was a sad blow to her father.
So unexpectedly did Mr. Cleveland's
death occur, that not one of his four
children were at home.
METHODIST  SOCIAL
Evening's    Entertainment   on
Mayor Lindmark's Lawn
A very pleasant g .rden party was
held on Thursday evening on Mayor
Lindmark's lawn under the auspices
of the Ladies' Aid of the Methodist
church. The garden and lawn specially adapted itself for decorative
purposes, and thu effect 0! the many
colored electric lamps strung across
the trees, was very anistic. As usual
the Independent Band, looking very
smart and trim in thpir white caps,
were up to the mark wilh tlieir music
and rendered a most enjoyable programme. A large number of visitors
attended in the afternoon which was
given up chiefly to the younger section of the community, and who
regaled themselves with ice cream,
strawberries,etc., the extreme heat of
the day making these delicacies
especially delectable. In the evening
the attendance was good and the
wants of the guests were well looked
after by a bevy of charming attendants. The warm, sub-tropical air was
delightfully enticing and savored
rather of an oriental night in the
romantic tropics than of an evening
under tbe somewhat treacherous sky
of prosaic old Revelstoke. The affair
passed off must successfully and was
appreciated by all.
Fat vs. Thin
The following from the Baltimore
Sun may interest some of our readers:
The fat man is never a fanatic and is
seldom an anarchist. He looks upon
the world with kindly eyes and finds
it good from its governments to its
beefsteaks. It feeds him well. It
clothes him well, and though he feels
it has crowded a little too much tlesh
on his bones, he can pull' and bear it
Your thin, nervous fellow, with the
snappy eyes, and your grim, close-
mouthed man—they are the plotters,
planuers and schemers, that oonspire
and overturn; they are tbe revolutionists and insurgents. The fat man
may enter into these things, he may
give hia money and moral support,
but he doesn't get up insurrections or
build barricades, or throw bombs.
CHARCOAL BUR ING
A Valuable Product from Slabs
at Big Eddy Mill
The manufacture of charcoal  is an
industry which has been but   recently
commenced in Revelstoke with  mo:e
than ordinary success,    For some time
back the manufacture of charcoal out
of slabs and ends, the waste practically
of a sawmill  baa  suggested   itself to
C. F. Lindmark, at the Big Eddy mill,
who after erecting the necessary requisites started burning on a small  scale.
The success which these first attempts
produced  gavu  confidence  and  chaj-
coal is now being made at the mill for
marketable purposes.     Mr. Lindmark
states that be  has  an expert  in  the
process and believes that  before very
long he will  be   able   to create the
industry.     Fir, hemlock, spruce, pine,
balsam, cedar,   etc.,   are equally well
adapted, especially cedar, which makes
a high cla s  form   of charcoal.   The
method   of   manufacture  consists of
wood burned with but  little access of
air.   Slabs of wood are  built  into a
heap and covered with earth   or sand
or any material to make       soli'l   covering; or else ill  retorts.    The heap is
fired at openings left near the  bottom
anil the gases escape at. .mull openings
above.    For the making of   line  charcoal for gunpowder, etc.,  tho  wood is
burned in  iron   cylinders,   in   which
process   of     destruction, distillation,
removes    the     vol- ile   hdro-c. rbons
pyroligneous   acid,   etc.    Charcoal  is
used in the arts  as  a   fuel,  polishing
powder and otW domestic ways.     It
is invaluable as a non-conductor packing in ice house and  refrigerator,  an
ingredient in gunpowderand fireworks,
iu   a   galvanic   b.ittery   and electric
light, besides  in   medicinal   and   hy-
genie purposes
The experiments now being carried
ou at the Big Eddy mill may lead to
the development of this valuable industry and be a source of income to
the sawmills.
Specimens of Revelstoke charcoal
will be included in the timber depigment of tbe Revelstoke exhibit at
tbe Dominion Fair at Calgary next
week.
Th Full Basket
of Groceries
Is the best indication of a
home well provided for. Your
order* left here for tea, flour,
butter, hreakfast foods and
canned goods generally will
he cheerfully and promptly
filled and you'll admit that
ours are money-saving prices.
Rut it is not so much of the
low prices as of ^tho high
qualities we would talk :—
B. C. Strawberries
Are now arriving. We are getting daily shipments
and intend, as in past years, to be headquarters for all
kinds of fruits.
Seasonable Hardware
Scythes, Sickles, Whetstones, Hay Forks, Rakes,
Garden Hose, Sprinklers, Grass Shears, Refrigerators,
Freezers, Oil Stoves and Ovens, Window Screens, etc.
Bourne   Bros.
GROCERIES      HARDWARE     HARNESS     PLUMBING
THE BANK OF VANCOUVER
Incorporated by (Special Act of Parliament of
tbe Dominion of Canada
Head Office, • Vancouver, B. C.
CAPITAL: $2,OOO,OOO!:in20,00fiSlure8of $100each with $10 Premium
The Hank uf Vancouver is _jeiug3org-uii._ed to meet in part the increased banking
accommodation required by the natural aud sternly ox pans ton of business coincident with
the groat development o tbe country ami especially of British Columbia, end while
nr.Mnizi.iK to conduct a general banking business, will giro special consideration to the
industries and commerce of the Province, and is being established primarily for  this
Surpose, and through its connections in (ircat Britain, Eastern Canada and the United
tate.s, it will be Able to greatly facilitate tbe investment of outside capital in the various
enterprises of the Province
It is the intention to open branch offices at various points from time to time as opportunity arises.
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Limited
have been appointed Fiscal ..cents fnr tbe Rank at Revel-luke.
terms of Stock Subscription mar be obtain. I from them.
Appticalion forms and
A. L. DEWAR, Secretary.
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Suicide on C.P.R. Train
WiNNii--.il, June 20.—John McConnell, about lifty years of age, Hliot himself yesterday morning on train No.
'.ID between Winnipeg and Kenora. He
was in con vernation with another man
aod elated that be waa not well and
could not live much longer. A few
minutes after be went to the dressing-
rooiu and Bhot himself through the
head. He oaunot live. McConnell
was en rottto Irom Washington to
Dover, Now Hampshire.
Sporting Notes
A final   nraclice    of lacrosse   has
been   called   on   Monday    night  for
die team  going  to Armstrong.   Tbe
City and  the  Y.M.C.A. will  practice
together and the ten in for  Armstrong
will be picked from   tlie   two.    It  ia
important  tbat all   player.-,   turn  out
on .Monday.
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A practice game ol football   bet wet n
Williamson's team and Siseou's team
will take place on Tuesday evening
June 30th.
A double-header baseball game nib
be played ou Jul. 1 between tbe
Hopefuls and Hovers in the afternoon
and Alerts and ScotB and Scots Greys
iu tbe evening.
Tlie following is tbo teams' standing up to date :
1'layed    Won
Hopefuls       2 2
Soots Greys       'i 2
Alerts       3 1
Rovers       2 0
A good baseball match was played
on Thursday evening betwlfcn the
Hopefuls and tbe Liwr"iicc, Hume
and Fire Hall No. 2|tcams, resulting in
a win for tbe former. Score : 27-10
Three-base bits were common for tbe
Hopefuls. A special practice for the
Rovers to-night.
At the meeting on Wednesday
night of the Rover baseball team,
Parker Nail was elected captain. The
election was a popular one and the
new captain hIioi.IiI pull the Rover.
out of the cellar.
Tho best baseball game of the season
was played on Wednesday betweon
tbo Scots Greys aud Rovers, tbe
former winning by 14 to 7 aftor a bard
game. Scott pitched good ball (or
the Greys. Green and Freeman were
in the box for I he Rovers. Good fielding characterized ibe game although
tho Rovers made a lot of bad mull's.
JockBon, of the Greys, made a record
hit clean out of the field. Grocn
made a double play catching Scott's
hot liner and putting it to lirst before
Burridge got back. Veith caught a
fly and put a man out running to
second.
A meeting of the l.awn Tennis
Ciub will be beld at C. lt. Macdonald's
store at noon on Monday.
A cricket match, Married v. Single
will be played this afternoon on the
Gun Club grounds.
^sYOU CAN COME
TO OUR STORE   I
f . r, *> blindfolded.'
WE BELIEVE IM BOIMG WHAT IS HIGHT
TO-BAy AM"D THEM BOIMG IT AG AIM TO-MOH-
HOW.
WE HAVE THIEB TO  BUILB OUH  BUSIMES3
By THEATIMG EVEHyBOBy ALIKE.
WE BOM'T JUGGLE  PHICES.
WE TELL yOU PLAIML& THAT WE MAK& A
PHOFIT-BUT WE WAMTOML& A FAIH PHOFIT
OM WHA T WE SELL yOU.
IF EVEHyOME IS* THIS COMMUMITy OMLV
KMEWHOW HAHB WE WOHK TO PLEASE THEM
IM CLOTHES. WE WOULB SELL EVEHy SUIT
THATISSOLB IM THISCITy.
AS IT IS WE HAVE MO KICK COMIMG. CIV-
IMG GOOB GOOBS AT FAIH PHICES HAS MABE
OUH BUSIMESS GHOW.
McKINNON C& SUTHERLAND
First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
A few hammocks left, selling cheap,
at Bews' drug store.
Bisectl's   carpet sweepers  at C. B.
Hume A Oo.'i.
MONEY TO LOAN
At 8 Per Cent.
SIBBALD   AND   FIELD
INSURANCE NOTARIES PUBLIC LOANS THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
&be (IDaiMbevatb.
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MURPHY & FISHER
Barristers, Solicitors,  Ktc
0 T T A W A
Parliamentary,    Departmental
and Patent Office Agents
Practice before Railway
Commission.
Chas. MrimiY.
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Cable ...lilres"   ' Kiiiiii_.-iiti." Itevolatoka. 11. II.
Cude.-   Bedford-HoNelll; Morelng -_ Nonl;
Western Uuluti; dough.
COLUMBIA AGENCIES, LIMITED
Mining, Real Estate, Business, Kinan-
cial and Share Brokers.
Mercantile Agents,
Fire, Life, Accident,^Eroployers'JLiabil-
ity, Guarantee and Live Sini-k Insurance
Agents.
Maps, Plans, Blue Prints und Reports
compiled on Mines, Land and Timber.
REVELSTOK1
should he, fmills are needed nnd
neetlctl badly, for whether times lie
gootl or had hospital work goes on.
Tlie new wing, while entailing a
heavy expense, is only the outcome
ui dire necessity ami which cannot
Imi appeal lo every citizen, li
would In- ii very Rood 'bit1!, if
"Hospital S'tlurday" were established Ill-its which would mill the
public's attention lo the work.
Our people seem always ready and
willing in support any scheme lo
raise money fnrchiiriih Y.M.(',A.
iiintiisij.ii I iiei'I'liipiiiciil, ami city
improvement, Imi few really think
or even lake Lhe trouble to think
that ilic hospital, the most, valuable of all institutions in Rovelstoke, require their assistance and
ungrudging support,
tjbe flfeaiMbevalb
There i- .-j much bad iu the lifl-l ol u-,
And .o much Biiod iu the wisrst ol in.
That it hardly behiinve_ auy nf u-.
To talk alK-iu the re-t of us.
SATURDAY,   JUNE 27, 1908
I'.ANK  CI
A proposal
Pittsburg,    l'a
record of the  I
,|_l.I.\S CLAIM
has  been   made at
,   that   a   Bertillon
rank clerks of that
which is   a
BEVELSTOKE HOSPITAL
The decision of the Revelstoke
hospital board to go ahead at once
with the erection of a new wing to
the hospital will meet with the
approval of every citizen ami
should appeal to the community at
large to support more largely and
liberally the institution which is
perhaps the most necessary and
valuable of any in Revelstoke. The
Y.M.C.A. has had a large -liars- of
pulilic fundi and public attention
and it an  institution  whii h  is to
be commended  for its g 1  work
and value to the city.    While  we
w» '1" I. 'I   -._'_'•'-!    that    otu-   in-ti-
tutioti shoal I It line in favoi ol
another, yet we urge thai nur  ho*-
pital has not had the support of
the people it deserve* and money
has been BUbsi tilled inr many
things in Revelstoke iar less important snd beneficial than the
hospital. It is what we cannot by
any manner of means do without
and it is essential that the excellent work carried on, this should
receive every encouragement, for
some time past the hospital board
have felt the need of larger accommodation and very seldom has
there lieen a bed vacant. The
growing needs of the district now
demand more adequate room in
this respect and more especially
as it is beholden now by government act that every hospital now
receiving government assistance
must take in incurable cases of
consumption and tuberculosis when
the circumstance calls. JTo carrv on I
the work of the hospital  here  as it encouraging oullook
city he Liken nnd kept
distinct instill lo n body of men
who are among the most useful in
the community and who, fur n
moderate wage handle and manage enormous sums of money, The
Vancouver Province Bays :
" It seems a questionable method
of future dishonesty to attempt lo
make them submit to a system of
detective measurement that is only
ai present applied to hardened
criminals.
ll may be said, perhaps, un
behalf of the Pittsburg bunkers
that there is something of panic in
their proceedings. Defalcations by
trusted officials in financial institutions amounting to $7,500,000 in
three years, are no doubt a sppal-
ing loss in a single community.
Safeguards are clearly wanting.
Class surveillance of Lank employees is necessary beyond question, but it should be moral rather
than physical.
The   Bertillon   systen
chiefh for insuring  tht   identification of criminals."
Hank clerks are noi liki
men who go aboul from cit; to city
seeking employnit nl -   i rule
come from  ± iod  stock   and   n
(..I,-, ienliously  with   the hope of
promotion,     The   a ." i
clerk'- -aliiry is bo]velessly meagn .
The marvel is thai i.i
-.. seldom go wrong,    A bank
i- expet led tn  live  like a   gi >
tu.ut     He musl dress   wel
i- usually asked oui   i good
bs Im- .in   i he   usual   needs   of  n
gentleman—ch cai   ns     he   « mts
to laki- i friend  lo the theal re  or
other   amusement,   or   .end    Hie
aresl girl in the world rt bunch
of roses, or give his mother or
Bister a little gifi at Christmas
without these things exacting from
hiin an excruciating economy for
the balance of the year. He is a
human being with Imp'-, ambitions
and weaknesses and with very
little to gratify ur encourage the
former and much to offer temptation to tbe latter. Sometime too,
there are those who are dependent
upon him for support, If ilm
banks want honest gentlemen em-
ployi't'SH they should pay tbem
accordingly. They work their men
luiril enough and often overtime,
take their youth and their energy,
and ultimately give them poor
managerships on which the men
marry and bring up their familial
in genteel poverty!   It is not an
MOUNT STEPHEN, FIELD, B. C.
PULL TOGETHER
The following from the Nelson
News echoes our sentiments. We
have from time to time dealt with
the same question with more or
less effect :
" Residents of Kooteuav should
he optimists naturally. The whole
situation al the present timo more
than warrants everyone being optimistically inclined. Pessimists for
Ihe most part tun unhappy people
with sluggish livers. The pessimist,
however, is a prince among men,
compared wilh the wilfully persistent knocker, and every community, even in the west, has its
little hand of disloyal citizens who
for some cause nr another feel
compelled to "knock''every spirited
proposal that is put before the
public, and everyone connected
with it. To he wholly successful a
community should pull together.
That does not mean, of course, that
widely divergent opinions as to
what is the hesl course to follow
under any given set of circumstances, may not exist. Mere
iinaiimity often betokens simple
indifference, What is wanted when
any matter comes up for decisive
action is the give-and-take attitude
which is always found among really
enterprising men, who are always
ready to make allowance for the
"other fellow's" view."
GLORIOUS TWELFTH
Special Reduced Fares to Revelstoke and Return.
The following an tbe ipecial reduced fires from all points to Kevelstoke and return inr tlie July Orange
lipid   on   Monday,
I.   O.   F.
Court M. hi iu Ho_-l.ii', No, MSI, iiitum '-tut mid
llll Mondays iu O-ld.ollii... Hull, uexl to Opera
House. Vlslttug lirotlirou cordially invited t„
attend.
J.W Oakland, t;.H.
II. W. l.t-wAiuis. ns
C. W. O. W.
Mo. I.tain   View Camp. No.
Moet. Second uml Ifonrth WednctsrlayB in
each tiionlli, in Selkirk Hull. V'isilin Wood-
mon cordially Invited to attond,
W, 1), AKXtSTltONU, i-on. Com,
.1   .MislNTYIth;, Olerli,
ItEVELSTOKE AERIE No
F. O. E.
1112
Tho remilnr uiBotluKs nre held in tlm Selkirk
Hull 1st mul 3rd Tuesday <>r otioli month, 8 p.m.
Vlsltluu brethren urn onntlally invited.
.1.   IjKSI-1 K. PRKSIDBNT,
W. K. MoLAUCHLIN.Skobbtaev,
KooUnnv Lod
_ A/9l__-
No. 15 A F. ft A.M.
The regular nioi>t-
liills. urn held in the
Mii.iuiic Tomple,
.Hid fellows HiUI.on
lhe I hint Monday it
•inch month at t-
p.ni. VUltinebroth
I'l'ii   cordially   wel
0. A.  I'llOt'UNIlOK. SH-CIO-TAUY.
SELKIRK LODGE No. 12. I. O. O. F.
Meets every Thursday
evening In Selkirk
Hall at 8 o'clock
Visiting brethren cor
dially Invited to attend
.1. MATHIH, Sic
li. l.K.MIIKK, N.li.
Cold Range Lodge, K. ol   P.,
No. 26, Revelstoke, B. C.
MEETS EVERY WEHNESI1AV,
e_f_pt Third Wednesday of
eachui-iilh, lu tin? oddfellows'
Hall at . o'clock. Visiting
Knights are oordlally invited.
.1. MATHIE. 0. ('.
0. H. RHOt'K, K. uf R. AS.
IT A. BROWN.  M.
nf V
MILL   WOOD
Celel ration t
July 13th,
Three  V tlley ..       J0.60
Craigellaobie    1.06
..icainntie     1.50
Enderby .    206
Armatr og - 35
Vert 2.75
i Ikanagan Landing 2.85
lun .. 3 25
...    ■    ■ 3.75
and 1 il.'
I 1 25
ioton 196
Salmon  Ann .   .         1.96
Notch Hill. 2 15
-   nwap .' -..
Inn k- .: 26
k'iitii It ops '■< T.'s
. ii ,.' 1.00
Halcyon I _6
-t    Leon I 66
Nakusp I 95
Albert Cat
llleollleweel , 00
(1 lacier 1.40
Rogers I'm" I 60
Beaver 2.05
tlolden   •
Field 3 V,
Tlie following arr the train arrangements fnr passengers eael and we»t
going mul coming
Ho I and 117 of 12th (run Field and
Intermediate points retnrning on So.
2,,l Lltlt and 06 of 14th.
Mo. 2of Uth mul 98 of Lttii from
Kamloops and Intermediate points;
returning on No, 97 ol 13th nr  S<,. I
nf lllll
H. A 0, p'lintt., special Irani and
boats; return 8. A (). of Uth fnr
passengers off No. I.
Ari'iiwhew1 and Nakusp bunt, anil
train of 12th and   llltb,   returning;   nn
Nu. 16(regular) 14 th, morning.
A sp.'cial train leaves llevilutiike
fur tlkaimgaii   points   nl   20:80 k    of
tbe 13th oonocotlng witb special boats
to I'ontloton,
TO RENT—Part of a new modern
bullae.    Apply Maii, Hi.itAi.ii ullice.
REDUCED
iin- lime to
id.
PRICE
irder ynur mill
Now t
Winn!.      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Five loads and over, $1.75 per load,
delivered al any point bel ween the
mill and Knolnnay Su-eel,
Kiln Dried Kindling, $2.50 per loud.
Ordei  ii nlliii' nl
BOWMAN LIMBER CO. Ltd.
SIGN WRITING
GENERAL   PAINTING
and DECORATING :
First    Class   Work
Guaranteed.
i in'   ' i ders pi iitnpi Iv
attendi d to
R. Z. CRAWFORD
For  Sale
^•_,^-_,_.♦_,*-_,
r  t   ts   *
Cement
Brick
and
Plaster Fiber
»*. **■,.*..•*.
For Prices and   Partii ulara
Al'l'l.'s       IU
B.  C. PROMETY
T^IME wa' jvhen you could buy a really good pair
1 of SLATER SHOES for $3.50-a!l leather
through and through. That was when beef was selling
(or 5 cents a pound, hides were as cheap, and labor
was pli'iitilul at $1.00 a day.
«J Now	
<j| Bed costs 12 cents a pound,  and  hides are  worth
60 per cent more.    The  tanner reaps the increase.
q Slater Shoes at _$4.00, $4.50 and $5.00  are  better
made than they ever were, but
their   great   attraction   is   their
comparative economy.    No man
or woni.in can afford to   waste
money on cheap shoes.
C. B. HUME & Co., Revelstoke, B.C.
UMBRELLAS
U/e have the largest line of   GOLD-HEADED
"   UMBRELLAS and CANES in the City :
: CALL   AUD   INSPECT THEM    :
Hastings, Doyle & Allum, Ltd
JEWELLERS
AND
OPTICIANS
Art and Beauty
are combined in our new designs iu carpets. Our stock is
ceinplete, and I lie colors rich
and effective, thedesigns artistic, and the "tout ensemble"
is striking and beautiful. We
have never shown such a wide
variety of patterns, and we
have never placed such low
prices upon so tfinch high
quality before.
R. HOWSON fr CO.'Y.
inn ■.__•;:
mm.
CEMEKT BLOCKS
Mm iil.iciiin..l fur hII cl-tetMi. »f  hllildill_fri
CEMENT/NU UU FIR SU
FIRE CLAY AND FIRE BiiiGKS
fur milt< in hificn <>r Rmnll QUitntttltlS
ni tin lnwn-t. |.ri--->s fin Citxh,
; torhiR
uudortttlfoi--
A. PFADOLINI, - REVELSTOKE
To Trappers
Raw Purs Boughv
Uash Prices Paid
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Purs.
E.W.BPAGET
Express
D raying
Storaf e
All Kinds of Light and  H tavy
Hauling Undertaken
fAFES,  I'lANOS, BTC .
Dealer in Wood,  Coal and Feed.
Phone 71. House Phone 7 -
Pacific Coast Tested
Seeds, Acclimatized
Stock, Fruit and
Ornamental Trees
and Plants
For the Farm,  Garden,   Lawn
or Conservatory
Reliable Varieties at, reasonable prices
No Borers. No Scale. No fumigation
to damage stock. No windy agents to
annoy you. Buy direct and get trees
and seeds that grow.
I'Viiilizcrs, Bee Supplies, Spray Pumps
Sprayiu Material, Cut Flowers, etc.
Ohio i is .ail shed nursery on the
mui Ian I   _ i . .      Catalogue free.
M Y'S NURSERIES
(ire and Seed Houses
VANCOUYi.i.,       -     -      -      B. C.
::.*
_.-%-W%/V» '%%*%**'%/•>%•%'%%'%*«/«'%*--/»'«>%'»-_' %"»
P.   BURNS    &   COMPANY,   LIMITED.'
p
H1.AD OKKIOK I   Caloaky,   Ai.uki.ta.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
nt. Packers still Dealers In Livestock.   Markets io all the nrlnci
v..
pul Cities and Towns of Alberta, British Uoluuihii and the Yukon.
Puckers if the Celebiated Brand " Impi-rat i" Hams and Bacon,
Lan-i " Hbaiiirock" Brand Leaf Lard.
.'%^^^%^%^%^%%^^'%^^%%%s-%^^%^^^%-_^*'«V%,'%'
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from Country ot origin.
WHOLESALE     DEALERS     ONLY.
aETELSTOKE'   ______ O-
PLACE YOUR ORDERS WITH
McMAHON,   ■ FIRST STREET
For Agricultural ImpleoiQuts. Carriages. Wikjcih^ Etc., Jujn.
Deere IMmiylis, Uoliue WaKtius, Canada Carriage (^ompauy't.
IlnggiflR, Pit* not jr., Hani on Seeders and OoltfTators, Wheel-
wrtght und Rlacksmith Work attended tn. tHnrst, Shoeing a.
Spocialty
Central Hotel
______________ REVELSTOKE, B. C.
ABRAHAMSON    BROS.,   PROPRIETORS
Newly bull I Kirst-nlass in every reeiiect.     All modern convenience^
Large Sample Rooms.
Rates $1.60 per Day. Sppci I Weekly Rates.
Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under same management
Canadian Pacific
Atlantic Steamship
Line
SAILIfi-S
From
Liverpool
From
Montreal
Quebec  ^^^^^^^^^^
Sat. July 4 Lk. Manitoba
Fri.   '•   10 Emp. Britain
Sat.   "   IHLk.l-lininplaiii Wed.Jl 1
Fri.   "   21 Emp. Ireland Fri. Jl. 10
Sat.Aug. 1   Lake Erie   Wed.  " 15
|Summer Season from Montreal
anil Quebec
EMPRESSES—
1st. Class 2nd. Class jrd. Class
$90 00   $48 75 $28 75
LAK1. MANITOBA-
IS!, Class 2nd. Class 3rd. Class
$80 00       $42 50       $27 50
Other Lakh Boats—
2nd. Class 3rd. Class
$45 00       $27 50
(.'heap rates tu Atlantic Seaboard
points in connection with steamship tickets.
Passengers booked to Norway,
Sweden, Antwerp, Hamburg and
all other contine tal ports.
For further information apply to
T. W.Bradshaw,    E. J. Coyle,
Agent, A.Q.P.A.
Revelstoke. Vancouver.
Certificate of   Improv.tnenls
-ETOXJIO-E
Vim 1 |{  rolTH-faf '-luitii, sftfltt* lit th*   I mui j.akc
MiiiinK Dlrlilnn-i. Wert Kootenai Dfrtrlfft,
Where locator!     _l Um ii"«<i -i riouOrMi (iii«iiii
uljoinlnii 1 li*1 KoUow miniTii eUlffl, l..it, \t,tf,
f.rtiup I.
Take notice thai I. It Hmlth, P.M.O, IBUMfi,
iPtlng 1- igentforJ B MMk«n1t, F.M.I Sfo,
B04w, Intend, it3it> Am-ta from (In 'iit.<' hereof) to
apply to the Mining Recorder ror i Uerttflcntm of
[mprovamente, for ttl« i"iri  "f ohtafnlitfi n
OrowTi f.r'itii nf 1 he ftDOTI claim.
Ami farther takfl notlflc thai Rction, undtr
Section 87, mmt bu nonniviiced befort tha h-.ii-
ancti of in it 1 lortlHoAfea <»f [mproreniontii,
PnXed tlih?.,||i >lay of Ji   A.I) . itxw.
nnl 1 I? U  SMITH.
l("i-iil"V urn aorving lot cronm
Kimdny afternoon   uml   P VCD Ing,   and
have buttermilk nnd sweflt orenna on
band nil tlio time.
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished witli the choicest the
markt-t affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
J.   ALBEBT      STOIESriE      __?_R,0_-_?_
Queens Jfotel
COMAPLIX
Beat brands 01 Win_s, Liquors and Cigars.    Traveller? to
Fish Creek will find excellent accommodation at this
Hotel.
CHIEF   YOUNG, - Proprietor
NOTICE
Revised   Statutes of Oanada,
1906, Chapter 115
Pursuant to the above Statute the
Columbia Hiver Lumber Company,
Limited; give notice that they have
applied by petit ion to the Govemor-in-
Council for approval of the site and
plans for certain booms proposed to be
constructed in the Columbia River
near Golden in the Province of British
Columbia, 11 plan and description of
tlie proposed site and of the booms to
be I'linstiucttiil have lasen deposited
with (lie Minister of Public Works at
Ot la wa; and a duplicate thereof In thu
Land Registry ollice at Nelson, B.C.
Dated this HOth day of April, 1008.
Col.UMHlA Kivi.ii EiUHBBR Co., Ltd,
Per J. I). -Mt'CiuiMAi-K,
my _MKl d Managing Director.
Certificate of Improvements
NOTICE
Mnyiiil. Muck, MIiih K,, Iron Mam, nnil Lena
Kmi'ilsm  mineral clalmn, sltualu In the
Nruiit ' uin' Milling HI vlsilisii ul Weil Kootenay liiHtrlot,
WIiiti'liiciiti-'l:   in Unlit t'ri'fk  tlailn, asljiiln-
Inv the H-titrliT iiri>ii|i.
Take police  that 1, It. siniili, F.M.C- No.
HHS.71J, aKt'lit lor J  H. Ma_kisli-I_,i .M.O. Nu. It
»H77'_ and  Archer Martin,   ..M.l:. No. W7...2,
liitcml,-Ixty (lavn Irutii tlfto lieriiol, to -kf.ply
to tbe MlnliiK  Heconler lor a ..ertifleate ot
I in I > r> > v •.- in _. 11 Ih, for the purisosm ol oljlaltiiiiK a
lirown iiraut ol the above olalrni,
And further  take notice tbat action, under
.t-i'tlon 87.  must  be commenced  before tha
luuance of inch Certificate of lmprovementa.
Dated thll IGth dav of April, A.D. IMS.
-at ap 18C0d K. SMITH.
Advertise in Mail-Herald
NOTICE
fpHK 11ttn.1t.Mi1 of the f_,eud6 nml VV'urkr He
1 pertmout liHi'iiirjtioon diroctcHl tn the fnn|.
thnt towu lots in a townvite ntimed Prince fill
nort. behitf h sulKllvisinii of i_ui Q42t Hhuho S,
(nest District. situHtnd on the mnltilnnd hn<
tweeu the mouth of the Bkeeue Rirer nnd Knien
Island,   nre  being ofTered for sale, it hns Iiopii
deemed necessary to whtii the iiuhlio i imt the
lid town-itu -t*wi nt the terminus of Die Ornnd
runk Pacific Railway, aud Is not the townsite
hich is owned jointly hy the Government of
British Columbia' and the 'Qrand Trunk Pacific
Railway Company.
F. J. FULTON,
Chief Ojrnmi._a.ui.er of l.mi'l ■ and W..rk -
Lands and Work* Department,       w my tig.m
1
, Till. MAIL-HERALD, HRVRLSTOICR. B- 0
■
imiwiii i ■■!
Our Spring Suits
When thefinishing touches
of our tailors are put on these
garments, they are worthy of
the Fit-Reform reputation
and your careful consideration.
We aim to make them the
best Suits at the price in
Canada. The fact that we
sell more and more of them
every season, is the best
evidence of our ability to
combine style and value with
moderate price.
7
tatammm am. r"*i
@rm
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Revelstoke,  B. C.
THE MOLSONS BANK
Incorporated bj Act cf Parliament, 1855.
HEAD OFFICE, - - MONTREAL.
Wm. MOLHON Maoprbrson, Pus. 8. H. EwiNO.IVice-Pres.
.Iamks Elliot, General Manager.
Capital paid up, $3,372,500
Reserve, $3,372,500
Sixty-four   branches  in   Canada   and   Agencies   in   all   parts of tbe
world.
Interest credited four times a  year at current rates on Savings
Bank deposits, until further notice.
VV. H. PRATT, Manager,
Rf.velstoke, B. C.
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JOB PRINTING
All Work Promptly
and Neatly Executed
Commercial   Printing
A Specialty With Us,
Call for Estimates and Advertising Rates
THE MAIL-HERALD
PUBLISHING COMPANY, LU.
VALLEY OF THE GLACIER OVERLOOKING THE DEUTSCHMAN CAVES NEAR REVELSTOKE
DISASTROUS WRECK
Eighty
Drown When Steamer
Strikes Rock
CotiliNNA, Spain. June 20.—Tbe
Spanish s'cunier l.aiacbe went on tbe
rocks in ti f. _ iicur Mump, yesterday,
where tins cruiser Cardinal Cisneros
was wrecked in 10115. Tbe Larachs
tank rapiblv and a panic followed.
The n'linbir nf pii-si'tiisers anil crew
of the Larache totalled 150. Sixty-live
person-: are known to have been saved,
but the fate of the other 85 is not
known, and it is feared that most of
them perished. The captain sank
with the ship.
The L .radio canio f'0» Cadiz,
where she bad landed part of her passengers. She wus on her way to
Muros, when, on account of the fog,
she headed for Corunna. Suddeuly,
she ran upon a rock, but the captain,
who knew the coasl well, got his vessel off'. Almost immediately she run
U|ion another r..ek, which was uncharted.
Most of the passengers on the Lar
ache were residents of the Argentine
Republic. Tbe Larac'oe was little
more than an old tub and proved a
veritable death trsp when she struck
on Ibe rocks. She sank in a few min
tiles, leaving the passengers aud the
crew struggling and screaming in the
water. The small bouts of the Larache
were either smashed or capsized
Tbere was a fleet of fishing boats near
by nnd tbey rushed to the rescue, but
the heavy fug prevailing seriously interfered with their work. The fisher
meu succeeded in rescuing (il people.
In addition to the captain, the ship's
doctor and the first ofiicer were
drowned.
The disaster occurred at five o'clock
in the morning and most of those who
were saved are without clothing.
Battleships to Race
London, June 26.—For lhe first
time in history three modern battleships will run a r.tc£ across tbe Atlantic ocean «lien the Prince of Wales
goes to Canada next month.
Tbe battleships picked to accompany the prince on his trip will start
from here within several days of the
cruispr Indomitable, which will convey bis royal highness across the Atlantic, and will endeavor to break all
transatlantic records for heavily armored veese s, a prize of honor to be
awarded to the ship which makes tbe
best time.
Such a demonstration of the speed
capacity of a first class Uritish man-of-
war would be of great practical value
It is an open secret that one of the
principal roles of these vessels in time
of war would be to maintain the food
eupply of England, by serving ss
escort to the swift subsidized Atlantic
liners, hence their combination of
great speed nnd immense powers of
aggression and resistance.
Want Duty Imposed
Ottawa, June 26—The Canadian
Lumbermen's Association was formed
yesterday to act ss a general advisory
board to deal with matters affecting
the trade. Tbe capital represented ie
»bnut $25,000,000.
Afterwards a deputation asked the
Premier and Minister of Customs to
impose a duty on southern pine and
hemlock brought into Canada. Sir
Wilfrid Laurier will consider this, but
intimated tbat no restrictions will be
imposed that would u.t as au obstacle
to western people receiving what
lumber tbey required. The lumber-
ti en said tbe duty would not have any
effect in the WcBt where white pine
i* mainly used.
B. C. Beef Finds Good.Market
VlCTnttiA, June 26—After visiting
all points of importance throughout
the Boundary distric*, Dr. Tolnii, inspector of live stock, tins relumed.
He suites that in all the agricultural
and stock breeding sections business
i. brightening tu a considerable extent The depression cf the past few
mouths is practically a tiling of the
past, and nil farmers were looking
for waid to the present season to re
store things in a buoyant condition.
A point of some importance in the
opinion of Dr. Tolmie, was the fact
that British Columbia stock-growers
were supplying the beef market of the
west at the present lime. He said
tbat tbe cattle bred in this province
were finding a ready S'leatalltho
principal centres; in fact, the demand
was just as heavy as the supply could
satisfy. Naturally this was having a
stimulating effect. He thought that
it would be no exaggeration to say
that the beef of this province, at least
at certain seasons, would have little
difficulty in taking a place above that
exported from any other stock-raising
district.
To Remove Embargo on Cattle
London, J une 26.—The National
Federation of Meat Traders lias passed
a resolution iu favor of the removal of
the embargo on Canadian cattle. Tbe
federation has also decided to bold a
public meeting to discuss   the matter.
The Kilties are Comin'
To Revelstoke, Wednesday, July 8
Cascade Mill to Start
Nelson, B. C, Juno 26.—The Yale-
Columbia Ltimler company intends
starting up their planning mill at
Cascade the first of the week, and it is
expected that by July 1 the whole
plant, including the sawmill, will bo
in operation. -a,
Million Dollar Fire
TuiiF.K Rivehs, l.ue., June 26.—Fire
has wiped out the central portion of
this city, causing damage amounting
to a million dollars. There was no
loss of life. The soldiers in summer
camp averted a panic.
Hundred Million Acres for Plow
Ottawa, Juno 26.—In the House of
Commons yesterday Hon. Sidney
Fisher in reply to Borden snid he expected to move the second reading of
the Civil Service Bill on Thursday or
Friday.
Oliver, in moving the second reading of tlie bill to amend and consoli-
ilutc the Dominion Lands Aot, said
the area of land available for agriculture in the Canadian Northwest ii
over lo0,000,00U acres to «By nothing
of the immense area further north,
whose possibilities for agriculture no
one can yet estiiust.,
PAN-ANGLICAN CONGRESS
Convention Closes $5,000,000
Contributed
London, June 26 —The Pan-Anglican closed with a mass meeting in the
Albert ball, which was presided over
by the Bishop of London. The day
was spent in several large devotional
meetings.
A thanksgiving su.ice at St. I'aul's
cathedral was held at no.m today, at
which 250 bishops from all parts of the
world walked in solemn procession
and placed the offerings of tlieir diocese on tbe high altar. It is currently
reported that the fund thus provided
will amount to $5,000,000.
Cricket
The sixth match in the cup series
was decisively won by Victoria team,
who beat the Shamrocks by tbe sub
stantinl margin of 50, ou Saturday
last.
Those wbo uave followed tbe gunm
in this series will recognise the names
of floine of tbe best batsmen in the
club on the Shamrock score sheet, and
their failure to score was unaccountable. Norris, who delivered each ball
well behind the wicket and therefore
lessened his own chances of capturing
them, had the gratification of disposing of 5 men for 11 runs, and Davis
added to lhe value uf his bitting score
by clean bowling Jackson, who was
the only Shamrock to make a determined stand.
For the Victoria 4 men who oan
generally be depended on for at least
half a dozen each, were failures, but
witb Bourne and Davis in smiting
form, a win fur them resulted.
VICTORIA
Foster, b Shaw  2
iioume, b Shuw  27
Davis, c Atkins, b Maley  32
Field, run out  10
Entwistle, c Hall, b Maley  1
Norris, b Muley  0
Brooker, c Shaw, b Maley  1
Quin, not out   10
Steed, b Shaw  1
Skinner, c and b Shaw  0
Moore, b Maley  0
Extras  5
Total    80
SHAMROOK
Rose, li Norris  0
Shaw, b Entwistle  8
Atkins, b Norris   1
Sissonu, o Fii Id, b Norris    0
Maley, c Davit, b Norris  0
Jackson, b Davis  16
Hull,c Davis, b Norris  8
Taylor, b Entwistlo  0
Blacklock, b Entwistle  0
Whitldiiigtoii, c QUID, b Entwistle, 1
Iloiigall   not out   1
Extras  6
Total    89
Position of teams in the cup match
series of 12 to lie played:
Played Won  Lust Points
Viottiia     4        3       16
Maplu Leaf...    i        2       2 4
Shamrock....    I        1       3        2
WANT 10 I)
OK SALE -.Unbind Grind   I'n	
tillliost new. Apt Iy Mail II.UI.V1.Ii
F
J7.0UNI)—L I. ipiii-l i hut', it mi.. , i»
'     Mint in iV i -.  ,i I.nl,'-  .'. I .
nil. ii i n im.     S i.iv   In-' bad i.s
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rPHItEE  Pm-iiii-li-il   lin. iu-.   ts,   I.i,
1.     unliable   fill'   llllil-|.|ll'i'|lillg,   ,ir lis
Ism   i-intr v.  Ii'iiii-   iniiili'i ni •-,    s.,.(,atnls'
"iili.iiii'H      Apply   J. Garland, t-alv ul
Hnl.si'ii & H -II, 1-aUi'i s anil gi iici't _.
Forgot Ninth Commandment
TORONTO, June 26,—The Anglican
Synod, of Toronto, bas adopted »
resolution, which in effect will exclude the press (mm all future meetings of thu Synod because of alleged
misstatements. The prciscorrespondent will hereafter iuruisb reports of
proceedings. Hon. 8. II. Blake, said
if the editors and reporters would
•imply reinsert into their ten commandments the ninth. " Thou Shall
Not Bear Fslie Witness Against Thy
Neighbor," tbere would be a great
inprovoiiient.
WANTED TO LET-Two roomed
shack, suiialili' for one nr luu
-ingle men. Rent 88 per month, Also
8.x mollis McKenzie Ave. rent $12.50.
Apply Columbia Agencies, Limited.
w
ANTED
FOR
A CLIENT-
Loan
nl IjISoU
i.n  it
1. Ill IP* ll Ull
land.
III 1 -1
s X|S|'I III'
1 in in
linn eiuetiib.
Ap-
p y U
ohllilliin
Agent
e.-. Limited.
WANTED TO LET-Hnu ..   at Ar-
ru w head,     Apply    Columbia
-■-Kt'iii b's., Limited.
WANTED—Agents in l-.iiiiiti.iy nnd
Vale loi ;h_ Globe Fire Iusuiatice
t'liiiipniv Apply rn ColumbiaAgetn
i ies, Limited, (icneial Agenis.        2t
WANTED KNOWN   It- nis-. Inter.
I'M., limns and   n,uii.  act i uut*
i ulii't tfil  by the Columbia Agencies,
I.iinili'ii,  II   vi'l-loi,,'.
WANTED KNOWN-We have i.n
sab'mn' of the prettiest homes
in l.be city, hall iii'te of Intnl. Price
. l(i.Ml, ol' which only sunn to $400 only
n-vuiri'il   down   nut!   balance   call  be
paid as rent.   Apply Colombia Aden-
i'iks. Limited.
The members of E Company, K.M.R.
are hereby notified to attend for company drill even- Thursday at 8 p.m.
until further orders.
By  Oiiler,
(). 0.
G. GREEN
Landscape Gardener
Florist and
Propagator_^^s__>
Work done by the day or week.
Contracts Undertaken.
Address :
The QUEEN'S  HOTEL
NOTICE
Kevelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that I, M. K. Lawson of
Revelstoke, occupation house-keeper,
intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:
Commencing at a post planted on
the line of Lot No. 7688, and marked
"M. K. Lawson's N. E. corner post,"
thence south along said line 40 cbains,
ihence west 10 chains, thence nurtb 20
chains, theme east 20 chains, thence
norlh 20 chains to P. Mahei's pre-emption, thence east 20 chains to puint ol
loiiiiiieucenieut.
Minnii. K. Lawson,
Dated April Uth, 1008. w ap 29
CORPORATION OF THE
CITY OF REVELSTOKE
ii,
Notice re Nuisance
Not ni- is hereby given of the follow*
ug resolution poawd by the Council
if tin- Oity of Reveletoke at a meeting
u'ltl on tlie I2iI. day of June, IOO81
"That the building erected and now
sit tint<- on r_.it ll, Hlork I. in Ward B of
his city is hereby declared to Ik-a
iiiiHiince and dangerous to the public
uifciy   and   health,   anil    the   owner
hereof is hereby ordered to have the
Id building pulled down and rain ot-
I, nolice of this order to la* given to
lie said owner by pilblii-ation of thia
I'-nliil inn for five eiuiHi-cutiie insei-
iiuiN in Ibe Kevelstoke MailIIeralii
ml in com of default by the smid
ivni'i tn ciitnplv with tin- said order
,'ilhin   a period, of  live days after the
rvloe t hereof by publication as afore-
iil, then such pulling down and _*■
,,,.)val shall Is.- done under Ihe direction of this Council at the cost of the
owner thereof, and all expenses incidental thereto shall lie enforced
against the owner thereof."
11. FLOYD,
City Clerk.
velstoke, 11. C,
June li-tli. ]I«W. fly 1
mlc
tin
Ki
Canadian Pacific Bailway Gampany
Notice to All Concerned
The footpath adjoining the Columbia
River Bridge having been removed
from January 15th, 1007, the Bridge
wts from that date definitely closed to
tho public, and persons trespassing
thereon, by crossing on font or otherwise, will lin prosecuted.
Bv Obdbb,
T. KILl'ATKICK,
Superintendent.
Kevelstoke, B. C,
June 4th, 1008. j 13 Im
S.S. REVELSTOKE
The StiMiner !• n\. s Fivet'Mlle
l_Hiidiiu{ (dining Magi' ul high
in i.i'jj.u lis.in on Tuesday and
Fmliii, f ,r Dun liiu Crei k and way
l-uiuts, returning same day.
Freight must be ready for de-
liveiy lo teams ol Kevelstoke
Cartage Co., Ltd., on Mondays and
riiiusilaysatlp.nl, and must be
prepaid.
The Cartage Company's Stage
leaves for the Bout Ijmdiag at 5:30
p.m on Monday und Thursday and
connects with the steamer on arrival
Pack' in tbe evening, and makes
special trips, when required, on
Tuesday and Friday mornings,
leaving town at 4 a.m.
Comfortable berths and good
meals on Steamer, Telephone connection between steamer and local
exchange—No. B189. Dates of
sailing- ntiiy be changed without
notice.
F. SWANS0N,
PURSER.
The Prince Mining and
Development Company
Limited,  Liability.
Head Ollice: Revelstoke,
British Columbia.
Revelstoke, B. C, June 12th, 1908.
TO THE SHAREHOLDERS OF THE
PRINCE MINING AND DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, Limited,
Liability.
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
tbe Annual Meeting of the Shareholders of The Prince Mining and
Development Company, Limited,
Liability, will be held at the Company's
Offices, First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
on Wednesday, the Fifteenth Day of
July, 1008, at thejhourof Eight O'clock
in the Afternoon, for the purpose of
electing ollicers for the ensuing year,
and for all other purposes relating to
tbe management of the Company.
The Transfer Book of the Company
will be closed during the fourteen days
immediately preceeding the  meeting.
Dated at Revelstoke, B. 0., this 12th
day of June, 1808.
Dk. Cly.n Smith, President.
W, B.  Hobertson, Secretary.
Certificate of Improvements.
-NOTICE
Vivian Luck No. 1, Vivian Luck No. 2,
Vivian Luck No. 3, Vivian Luck
No, 4, Vivian Luck No.  5, Vivian
Luck No. 6 and Silver Crown mineral claims, situated in the Lardeau
Mining Division of West Kootenay
District.
Wheie   located:-At  Head of  Kidd
Creek, a tributary of Boyd Creek.
TAKE NOTICE that   I,   O.  B.  N.
Wilkie, acting  as  agent   for  Hector
Poirier,   F.M.C.   B7«»,   and   George
Johnson, F.M.C. B86031, intend, sixty
days from date hereof, to apply to the
Mining   Recorder   for a Certificate of
improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of tbe above
claims.
Aud further take notice thai action,
uuder section 37. must be commenced
liefore the issuance of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this 2_lh day of May. A. D.
1008.
O. li. N. WILKIE. B.C.L.8.
w iny_.7 Trout Lake, B. O.
Certificate  of Improvements
Hig H<>i>e Fraction Mineral claim Nu- -.
mi '. .;.• ,1. the Trout Lake Minium Division"..f
the Kooteaay District, Located od Poplar
(reek.
TAKE NOTICE that I, (1 J. A. N. Padlej,
Free Muter . . ertificate No. B 88314, iutead bo
days liuin thedale hereof to apply to the Uin
in*; Recorder (or a Certificate of Improvements
for the purpose uf ntji-_.iuii.i_ a Crown Qrant of
the hioivu claim. Ami further take uotice that
actiou under Bectiou 37 must be ommtucKl
before the issuance of such Certificate of
Improvements.
Dated this ith day of April, 1M6.
(.J.A.N. PADLBV.
Certificate of Improvements
NOTICE!
Silver Crowd miuernlclaim, situate io the Lar*
dean Mioinff   Division   of   West   Kootenay
district.
Where located: —Al the head of Mohawk creek
and adjoining the Payne mineral claim.
Take uotice lhat I.K. Smith P. MX'. .No. If
l.'Oift, nt im* i_- iik'tjiit for Eva Gerard, K.M-C.
No. l.>_fli_, intend, hiity day* from date hereof,
to apply lo the Mtuiug Recorder for a Cert 111-
cole of imorovemeult.. for the purpoee of ob-
tum.i.*; a OTOWa Oram of tbe above claim.
Aud   further take  not.re that actiou, under
ftwtiou 37, iiniit i* ". mmeuced before the iua-
auce of -urli ( ertificate of lmprovemeuls.
D-tte-i ilji.. ith duy of June, A.I>. IK*.
sat j 0 K  SMITH.
NOTICE TO CO-OWNERS
To John l-iini.it, ut to whomsoever he
■nay have transferred his inUtresta:
'I'nki' notice lhat 1, the undersigned,
co-owner with you in the following
mineral claim, viz.: Gold Fly mineral
claim, situated on Lexington Mountain, Lardeau Mining Division of West
Kootenay District, of the Province of
British Columbia, have dune the re-
qlllrad Work on tbealiove mentioned
mineral olaim for the yeur eudiug 1907,
in order to hold the same under Section '-.I of tlie Mineral Act.
And further take uotice that if within UU days from the lirst publication of
this notice, you fail or refuse to cun-
tiiliute your pm lion of such expenditure, together with thu cost of this
idvertisement, your interest in the
said mineral claim will become the
property of tbe undersigned, under
Motion i'i li of the Mineral Act,
Dated al Camlxirne, B. ('., tbis Uth
day of May 1UU8.
sut my 10 Md J. A. Lkwih,
DON'T
marry, doctor or
donpalr "Don't do a
thlna; " UU i ou _•> clearljr
what« beat b. aid ol
"Flashlights on Human Nature"
on health, dlM-aao, love. marrUwe and psrentsav
Telia what fiin'il auk » ilixtor, lint don't like To
MO -«_«-___ ill .i-traUxl. ii odd la; but to In t-__u_«
lt «c aeud one only to »n>- adalt A
10 rent*..
M  HILL, PUB. OO.
12Q Cast ISth ItrMl, MBW VOftK THE MAIL-m_T_AT_D, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Millinery at J+alf Price
Blouses
Extra  l'iiit' Liiwn   Blouses,
all this Season's goods. Sale
rice about
Half Price
Muslin
Our Table of Colored Muslin and Lawn. Rco-. Prices,
20c, 25c. and 35c. per yard.
Sale Price,
15c. Per Yard
LADIES
Oxfords
Only a few pairs  of those
$2.75.    Now we are selling
them lor
$1.75
Prices are marked
down all over the
Store on our Stock.
REID & YOUNG
t't't Ai _______________ At At At At __________ 1T1 _____
ij,i 1.J,! ij,' 1J.1 III ij.1 tji rjj r,T." Tap *+' '+' %E"
f Spraying I
$ Fruit Trees       |
*J* Vou   can   gel    all    the *P
q+ Chemicals   lor   any    re- *&
4* ceip  here   Wc have them   -J+
rfj- ready and cun sdviseyoii  tp-
+£»• the lisst se i|f
T    C. R. MACDONALD        f
J* KeveI-Btokk, B. C Jl
$ i|i iti t|i ^1 i|i i|i ^i iti it» et' '$»#
Weather Forecast
Saturday, June "27.—(tor "24 hours)
— Unsettled, cloudy, iiioilel-a,to winds,
showers Distii.bancfi passing, Temp.,
max . 60, . min. Ill
A Lot of Fair Bakere
Married
LtsSn-AxiiKKSox—On the '21th inst,
at the bouse nf the liridc, on Fourth
:.y tbe Rev \V. C. Calder, Hub Lnnil
tn Mary Augusta Anderson.
I.aii.i.ii-.Iiiiin-s-on—On ih"2(-t.i inst.,
at the residence of Mr. Jennings,
Fourth Street, by the Kev. \V. C,
Calder, David .1 oh ti llaillie lo Susan
Jobiiet: ii.
hnve round nut Unit il does
nnl pay liiliothei1 with linino
made bread, cake or plea.
They dnn'l see ll.e use of
li.'tvi ns_; all ihe Imi In -i* ii tui
i iiiiiiiii'. when I hi')' can have
11n- bakery lake it off their
shoulders, sell them better
bread, cake and pastry fur
less money i mn it would
cost to linr.-i Ilii-m .-Lt home.
There inighl in hi- it him iu
this I'm' vim.
Many   Groceries Are
Carried
lu'if ii'^iil.ii'lv ivhicb vnu
i.iiniiil find elsewhere If
you want something exceptionally choice .ind not in
common use. ynu can find ii
Iiiii'. Ynu will find mi in-
ipihsy, inn, tint these especially lli_.ll-|.|:lss groceries llii
nnl nn'.in high-dans pi-iens.
Far Iiiiiii it.
HO'BSOM    (3L   'BELL
Fi
Local and General.
The High Soil, nl entrance examinations commenced yesterday.
The Uities nl rft Andrew', church
will hold their lawn BOcial on July
17th, A. McBryde, Bee
A sirs- alarm box will be placed this
week in tbe premises of the Bowman
Lumtier Company'-' mill.
The Adolpfa lumber mill, liayii b
Lake, near Cranbrook, were destroyed
by tire on Thursday morning.
The City Council are taking over
the McKenzie Avenue recreation
grounds fr-.ni tht Athletic Association.
Tbe Revelstoke lacrosse team and .
the Independent Band will nn tn
Armstrong   !nr   the   Dominion   Day
celebrations.
Wednesday. July 1st is Dominion
Day and a public holiday, couseipieiit-
ly there will be no issue oi the Mail-
Hkkalii on that day.
In tlie little town nf Yenauaon, a
oen named (.iiiig.. has been elected
nayor, his brother city clerk, and his
tut soils municipal councillors.
Nuw that the shipment uf machin-
■ ry oeoeesary for completing the new
power dynanis, has arrived, the i ipply
if power will iooo be available in the
city
Mrs.  H.  Cunningham Morris ami
Mr. LT, Mm- were tli" lirst Ul
■lrive »u automobile through the
Canyon »- Ur si the iteamboal    ind'
.ng at 5-Mile yi -t.tnl.iy
Wing   Ciiiiiig   line   jii-t installed a
foe new   pn- •!::.■   -tain,nary engine
and pump "" in- ranch  mi the Lank*
I the Col imbia, Tlie fruit, on Wing -
ranch ii in etc. Icnl condition,
The following conversation occurred
the ..thfcr day; "Did the chauffeur
•ay anything to you after be rim ynu
down? "Did In- say anything'.' Why.
intin, he  mid   10   many   tilings to me
that before I realised what I wai doing
1 had apologised   to   him   fnr even al
tempting to crosi the sstrect"'
IWE   HAV
E
T*.
HOUSES  To   LET
FIRE   INSURANCE
HOUSES  FOB SALE
LIFE INSURANCE
FARM   LANDS
ACCIDENT INSURANCE
FRUIT LANDS
GUARANTEE   BONDS
NICOLA  COAL
MONEY    TO    LOAN
KlN(
fe.
All)     iS.
F I R S T  :
AND E RSON
T R E E T
a
A. JobiiBnn of ihe Maii.-IIkkai.ii
leltlaet night to attond the Dominion
Fair at Calgary.
Msyur Liiulinark lift. Inst ni«ht on
a visit in Calgary when.' be will take
iu the Dominion exhibition.
Miss. May Bull, nf Arrowhead, is in
the city, attending the examinations
(or entrance into the High School.
L. T. Morris, who has been the guest
of Mr. ami Mrs. II Cunningham Morris, left for Notch Hill this morning,
Mr. and Mrs. L. Patrick left yester-
da- morning fnr Nelson, where they
will visit a few days before going to
Calgary for the Dominion Exhibition.
H. McLean, of Toronto, arrived last
night on an extended visit to bis son,
Dr. E. H S. McLean. Mr. McLean
w s io Revelstoke ten years ago and
says the growth of the city has been
marvellous since he was here.
A special train, with comf triable
accommodation for ">tK| people, will
leave Revelstoke inr Armstrong nn
Wednesday,   July   let, at   .'i a.m., re
'liming (ruin that city at lip m
.1. K. McLean, lire warden, was in
Camborne a few days this week and
during his stay I W. Mulhollaod was
Rued fifty dollars and c its or thirty
days imprisonment for s breach "f the
Hush Fire Act.
The Independent Band will une m
open air concert this evening, weather
permitting, in the bandstand oppt liti
the City Hall They will aleo give a
concert in tbe lower town on Thursday after tlieir return irom Armstrong,
Vule won the varsity (uur oared
race with   Harvard   on Thursday over
a two mile course The time was lu
minutes, 83 1 -6 seconds, Yale *"u by
three quarters ol a length, tin- ice
taking |ilace "ii the Thames Hiver.
Ni w London, Conn,
At a meeting of tba 11 urlil Also
elation last night the tended for the
construction ol • pony trail up Mt
Victoria were opened and discussed,
that, nl A Westerburg being accepted
nt .fill., a mile The work will isc
commenced al 'nee and I he mte
has heen surveyed snd laid oui
that there will be a view over the city
for a large part >,| the ascent
Revelstoke Hospital Society
'paper by
the pound
This ii ilie righl way to buy
ynur paper foi every clan of
correspondence.
EATON HURLBUT
Louisine Brand—50 cents per
pound, grey blue ur while,
envelopes to mulch, '2 pkgs. for
Sfio.
:AT:
BEWS' DRUG STORE
NEXT   III'ME    IlLo:
____________/
Notice to Contractors
Mealed Ten,let-., (nndoi -s-ih will be
received hy the undersigned nj> to
Noon of Wednesday, .Inly I.Mh. II. W.
fill Ih" building nf  an   K'i-i  Wim; tn
lhe if n  Viei.iiia   Hospital, Revel-
Istoke, ll. c.
Copies   nl     plan-  .mil   -.pi 'ilic,il ion:,
iii.iv In' obtained   upon payment of a
fee Of   .1(1.00,  the silllic   Is, be  , el'i I niieil
upon return nf plans and nnl all papers in guild unlet.
Tcniiei . muni be nccoiripiinietl by it
certified choline fur live pur cenl (n i
of lhe nmolinl   of till'  tender,    tO   bete
turned iii iiiiMii'i'i'ssl'ul tenderers in
tlue   course.     Successful    tenderer's
cl lei I tie Will In* forfeited if he fails In en
ler into ii cool id ami complete bond
satisfactory to Board of Directors for
due performance uf contract.
The I uveal nr any tender noi necessarily occupied,
REVE18T0KE HOSPITAL SOCIETY,
Per 3. R, Atkins, Secrotary.
Revels!oko, ll.0. (Drawer A I
JuneUtth, 111-8, 11
The Vancouver Homing Pigeon
Club will By from here tomorrow
morning.
The liiniiiiii. n inspector uf weights
ami measures has -em in tbe city for
the past week or so inspecting the
scales at the 1-cal stnres. the result,
in .very case l>eipg satisfactory.
1 hi bat I will play at the I-.ilii.-i
Rink "ii Monday r.igl.t. June i'.lth
for the iast time this summer and tlie
rink will be closed lur roller skating
from July 2nd to rjeptember lit.
Rev    li   Campbell,   of  Armstrong,
iiei Re. 'i    Duncan    of  Salmon
trm  were in town on Thursday at-
.hi.minis, a -[-.-cnil meeting of  (Cam-
loops    Presbytery       (alls    were    presented   [n.-ii    the    oongregationi
Salmon Arm   ami   Field,   the   une   t/s
Rev  .1   Duncan and tin- other   to Rev.
I''.  .V   Kerr.   Ilnth calls were sustained
ami arrangemeoti  made lur the   in
iluctiun mi the 18th anil  '21st   of July
respesti •■>■■
Ai the i.i-t meet Ing .' I hi building
committee nl tlie Revelstoke Hospital
-ocit t) nal arrangement! wen- m ids
for tbe erection ol a new east wlogtc
the present building ami i resolution
i- passed lhat tenderi be called al
once for this wurlt Klm-where in this
Issue win be seen the abvi ,t iseuietlt
csHing this iittenliiin of cnnlructurs I"
the   tenders,   and   culling   lur	
• iiich must, be received by the were
l.ny not later limn .Inly I6l b.
Social and Personal
A. E. Phipps left last, night   un   N
'2 for Calgary.
Ham   Sutherland of   Ferguson   is »
visilnr In thn city,
.1. 0,   Vance   leaves   uu    Tuesday h
boat sor French Creek,
Mrs. Thus. .Sturdy   will not receive
until Brat Thursday in October.
Mrs     It     It. Atkins is   visiting Mr
and Mrs. II   A. lirown at Sicaiiiinis.
Mrs. F. Fret/, left on Thursday for a
visit, to points in Washington,   I  .HA,
Mrs. F, w. Cameron   will receive
on Thursday, July End, nftcrnoiin ami
evening
vv   I    itnggs  returned   yesterday
from Goldeni   where  ho  bus  been on
legal business.
Wedding Bells
A quiet wedding took place on Monday afternoon between (ins Lund and
Mary Augusta Audeison, ooth of Revelstoke, at the home uf lhe bride, lhe
Rev. W. C. Calder olliciating at the
ceremony. The nuptial knot was
tied in the presence of a few intimate
friends of the contracting parties.
The happy pair left the same evening
for a honeymoon trip tn the coast
cities. The many friends of the newly
married couple, will be pleased to hear
of the event ami congratulations have
hnve been showered on the bride and
bridegroom, Mr. Lund is well and
popularly known in Revelstoke and
the surrounding district and bis many
friends wish him all future happiness.
As uu old I inn i hero Ilm has done
much towards opening up the sdjac-
m. country, and as a timber einiser
has been over every sect inn of Ibe
timber iu the llciul and other parts,
his work being carefully and conscientiously (Inns', Mr. and Mrs. Lund
will reside in Revelstoke un their return from the honeymoon. The Mail-
IlKIUT.li joins wilh the many friends
in congratulations tu lhe happy pair,
and wishes them   all future happiness.
Baillie-Johnston
\ pretty wedding occurred lust
nighi at their home, Fourtii street,
when Mr. D.J. llaillie, sec md Bon of
ihe laic Robert llaillie, Crecvyiirgon,
lJallynabincli. County Down, Ireland,
wus united in marriage to Miss Susan
Johnston, youngest daughter of the
late Win. Johnston, of Bellast, Ireland.
The parlor was handsomely decor-
h cil and n number nf friends wire
present to help celebrate the buppy
event. The hride, who wus given
away by ber brothef-in law, Mr. Jus.
Fulton, was prettily gowned in band
einbio.dtred lawn, trimmed with
Irish lace, with a veil and wreath of
orange hltissomi, und carried a pretty
bouquet uf pink carnations.
She was attended by Miss Annie
Robertson, wbo wore n dainty gown i f
white lawn nnd carried u bouu_uet of
pink carnations. Mr John Kail lie
of llt-llaet. and cousin nf the groom,
wn. best man
As the bridal march was played by
I'rof. De Foe, the party formed uuder
a cube of arts > nd Mowers, where tbe
Ceremony was performed by Rev. VV.
C. Calder
Alter a dainty supper, the merry
party s|ient a musical evening.
The groom's gift to tbe hride was a
gold {watch and chain and to the
bridesmaid a gold brooch.
The newly married couple were tlie
recipients of numerous and substantial gifts.
Presentation
Du Tuesday evening, at tbe home
of Mrs. R. Hyland, Third street, Miss
K .tkinsnti. win. i severing her
connection with our school win presented hy tin- teaching stall' with an
Sleganl eut glass water set, accont-
I paoied by a tray uf French Levelled
glaas, mounted with silver.
The preseritatiun was   made   by Mr.
\. is Miller who ..s,ks' ol tha very
excellent work done by Miss, Atkinson
in the school and tne   general regret
that all feel   in    losing    such    a   tried
friend ami enthuiisstia worker,
Refreshments were ••■rv.-ii by   Mrs.
Ily'iiiiil   ami   the   evening   was   very
pleasantly ipeol In social eonverae
Mi-s   Atkinson    has   made   many
friendships during l.ei stay   in   Revel
itoke wic.se gu.si triebesgo  with her
Churches.
<;.. ihoiji:. — Rev   Pother   Coccola
pastur Hervlces are belli un the First
and   Third   .-.(Unlays   in   every month
at the following boors: 8 s,m. Communion Muss; 10:80 a.m. High V.ass
mil Harmon; 2 p.m. Baptisms; t ■'<)
p.m, Sunday School 7 30p.m. Rosary,
Instruction ami Benediction.
Ht. Amuhhw's I'rkmiivtkku-.— Rer.
W.C. Calder, pastor,   Hiinday, June 2H.
Hervlces 11 a.m., 7:1m p.m.,  Sunday
Hchisol ami Pastor's Bible Class, 2 .'III
p.m      Young  People's   meet lug   Mon-
iiay h p m. prayer meeting Wednesday 8 p.m. Choir practice ami teach
cm' meeting, Friday B p iii
Mktmdiiist— Rev T W. Hall, pastor.
Bervloes on   Sunday  «s  lollowi i—
At II uin,  morning   nervier.;   2 .'10, p.
111.,   Humbly    scllOnl    llllll     Hllsll'    class,
7.80. p.m. evening service. Morning
subject, " Ezokiel's Vision of the Valley nf My Hones." Evening subject:
" The Abomination of Lying." United I
praytr and Epworth  League  meeting
on Wednesday evening at  H o'clia-.l
A hearty invitation is  extended to nil
these services.
Knox Phksbytkiu.-X—I R. Robert-
sou, II. D.. minister. Sunday services
at II a in and 7:80 p tn. Sunday
school at 2:30 p.m. The pastor will
preach at both seiviceB. J. 1- Robertson, B. D., minister. At the request
of the General Assembly, patriotic
set vices will be observed tomorrow. A
special childrens'service will be held
at. 11 a.m. at which the Sunday school
and till young people are especially
invited. Tlie subject will be, " Foes
We Must Fight." At the evening
service the subject will be, "What
About the Cigarette?" All young
men and boys are specially invited to
this service. Good music nud special
anthem [selected], A special offering
will tie made for the work of the moral
and social reform department of the
church.
Baptist—Rev. W. P. Freeman, B.A.
pastor. Services at 11 a.m. and 7:30
p.m. Sunday school and Bible class at
2.30 p. in. Morning subject, "Rest in
Labor"; evening subject "B.ptlsni."
At the close of the evening service the
ordinance of baptism will be admini.
tereil. II. Y. 1'. U. Monday 8 p. m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday 8 p. m.
All ure invited to these services.
St, Petee's Anglican—Rev. 0. A
Procunier, M.A., Rector, 2nd. Sunday
in Trinity, 8 a. m. Holy Communion, 11 a. in,, Matins, 7.30 p.
in., Evensong. Sunday school 2:30
p. in.
Business Locals
Fruit jar rubbers, 10c. a dozen at
Rows' drug store.
Cull and sic our stuck of lace and
tapestry, enrtains, before buying. C.
R. IItime A Co
Heef, Iron and Wine tonic at Bews'
di tig store.
For carpets ami linoleums, unit -
tresses, pillows and bedding, go to
0. B. Httmeifc Co.
National Herb Tnh'els(20() tablets
$1) at Bews' drug store.
Wc have a nice range nf Japanese
matting, choice colors anil design
0. B. II time A Co.
Reighleys are serving ice cream
Sunday afternoon and evening, anil
have buttermilk und sweet creflin on
hand all the time.
DOMINION  DAY
CELEBRATION
JULY 1st., LOOS
ARMSTRONG, R. C.
$2000 in ATTHA.-IONS
Daring Dlayola, of Chicago,
the only man iu the world
who turns a complete hack
stimeisaiili with his hands on
his hips, will give two performance* of the wonderful
High Diving Act from u
height of UK) feet.
Two Lacrosse Matches.
Revelstoke) Vernon ami Arm-
si rung.
Two Baseball Matches.
Vernon vs. Salmon Arm;
Endeih'y vs. Armstrong,
The Vernon Fire Brigade
and the Kevelstoke Independent Bands will play throughout the day and evening.
Special train services from
all points.
See POSTERS and BILLS
LAND NOTICE
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Ivootenay.
Take notice that George McCarter,
Si„ of Revelstoke, B.C., Agent, in-
tends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands;
Commencing at a post planted on
Ule wi-nI bank of the Ciihllnliiil River
at the south-east corner of !_.>( H_3)..,
Ilt'oiip I, Kootenay, and marked
"George Mel'nil er, St., north-east cornel post," thence west 111 chains;
Iheuee stiuih _. I chuins: tliencts east. 2(1
chains move or lens to the wesi bank
of the Columbia rivi-r: Ihence northerly alung Ihe west Im■■ k of the Columbia   river   In the point  of commence-
ment, containing -Ki acres more or less.
GEOROK McCAItTI-lt, Hr.,
Hv his agent, Geo, s. MoCarter,
Dated June JtOtn, P«w, i 27 WM
LAND NOTICE
Revelstoke Land Dlstriot,
District sit Wesi ICootonay,
Take tint ice thai John .Michael Doylu
ul Kevi-lHiiike, H.I'., Manager, intends
tu apply for permission to purchase tba
following described landt
Commencing at n post planted on
the easterly bank of the Columbia
River al the north-weil corner of l,nt
2771, Group I, Kootenay, and marked
"Juhii ,vi.  Doyle's south-wcsi cornet
posl," theiiee east 10 chfllnst I bi-lice
not-th IU chains; Ihence west 4U chains
more or less to Lhe easterly bank of
I he fiiluuitiiri river; thiinci' Moiilltcily
aluug I he bank nf said   liver II) chaiiiK
more or less, to t he puiut nf commencement) containing 100 acres mo.ieor
less,
JOHN MICHAEL DOYLE.
By his ngi'til, (Ieo, ,H. ,V|cl'at Lor.
Dated June _8tn, mm. ,■<; i. m
WANTED    First -class planer  man
fur Pi im h moulding mat bine,
'I'l'lv Lc Lumber tin. Lid., Wigwam,
ll.c. JSI78I
WANIEl*   TO     HELL   Hill    acre
ranch   at   Notch Hill.    Adjoins
railway,   Good fmit land.   A hat-saln
Apply Cnlitiiiliia Agencies Ltd. Rev-
clslnkc. jlV I
WANTED Tohkll A three errs
fmit faun with good holism
$600 liuyi ii. Apply Columbia Agrn
lies Ltd. Riiu'lsloKe. Jly 1
Summer Muslins
AT MONEY SAVING PRICES
Now is the lime you will need some Cool Muslin Dresses,
und wo iue offering some beautiful goods at very low prices.
They ure lovely sheer goods in all tho pretty shades, stripes,
spots and floral designs. The regular prices were 35c, 10c. and
45c, but now you can have your choice for—25 CENTS
We have another lot of the cheaper ones, but the best to
bo had for their price. They sold tit 15c, 17.1c., and 25c
Now   12iC.
You will Hud lots of chances to save money if you buy
your goods here.
oMcLennan's^
McKenzie Avenue.
Hoot Mon!
ISI "KILTIES
Ark Comin'I
canada's greatest concert band
jj
It. has bet
ui.oi.irii i.victs cniiiuii.hdeil to appear before King
Edward VII, fresh Irom their triumphal lour of the
V, S. A., ami Old Mexico, en route to Australia, India,
China. Soulh Africa, France, Germany, Sweden, Norway, oil ii l-years lout' of the world. The most colossal
musical organization ever launched on such a lour. This
famous band with dancers, singers, pipers, etc. will he at
REVELSTOKE. JULY 8.  1908
THEY  DANCE!   THEY SINli
THEY PLAY
20 VOICE MALE CHOIR
47 BANDSMEN IN KILTS.   7 DANCERS, PIPERS, Etc
CHAIR l-'Oli EVERYONE AT THE ROLLER RINK
GENERAL ADMISSION, $1.00
RESERVED SEATS,       -,  ,      - - ,  $1.50
SALE SEATS OPEN AT C. It. MACDONALD'S.
Dominion Day Festivities in Men's Apparel
Swell Silk Ties in all the
latest shades—f.Oc. to 1.1.,'iO.
Cashmere, Lisle A Silk Socks,
all the best French snd German
in a i. u die I tne—26o  to If 1.00.
Leather Belts jo grey, tan and
brown—very neat—50c. to $100
Fancy Silk, Knitted und Wash
Vests li um $1 25 to .0.50.
Outing Shirts, made from a
beautiful Silk and Liuen Cloth,
collar attached and reversible—
$3, (3 50, alio the I'n." Silk
Shirts at $4.26.
Uur stock i f Underwear is
complete, from (inc. tu $3 50
each.
McRAE MERCANTILE CO., LTD.
SHE'S AN ODD GIRL
who can eat Manning's candies
without having some little feeling of gratitudo for the donor.
Uf course you've gut to tight your
own love battles, young man, but
our confections you'll find to bo
a strong ally in your wooing.
Mannings Candy Palace
SEE
J. G. BARBER'S
$5.00
CLOCKS
TRY ONE
FULLY GUARANTEED
C. It. It. WATCH INSPECTOR
MURNIHIIED ROOM A will fur-
I i i-beil ll in III In b-l wilh ii-i- nf
lull Intuitu ami piano, WH per inntith;
with I., ani, $2.. pei tiiuiiib. Apply
box 800.
I OAN   WANTED  |_.(_0   wanted
li    fur   11 1,      Fii-.1-class   licchnlil
-eiuiiiy.    ID   pet   cent Interest,   Columbia Agencies Ltd, Rcvelstoki'.    ilyl
OPERA HOUSE
ONE NIGHT ONLY
TUESDAY, JUNE 30th,  08
Canada's Favorite
Romantic Actor
HAROLD NELSON
Supported by a Large
and excellent company
PRESENTING
II
The Prisoner
.♦
PRICES, 50c., 75c. $1.00
Heals Helling at
d. R. MACDONALD'S
WANTED A giiuil t'HIiVilSBt't'i
Sti'iitly piisitlon to right man,
Apply lo Hoi lllll Post Olllc.s, Revel,
stoke, II. C.

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