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Array aii-nepa
Vol. 14.-No  51
REVELSTOKE. B. C. .JULY
908
<J Legislative 4,,
EMPIRE   TYPEWRITER
> Fchvease of operation and perfection
minced, this  Machine
kick: $60.00 cash.
\bC results  produt
is unijirpaestsl.—I
Interfbr Publishing Co, Agents
$2.50 Per Tear
Provincial Library
C. B. Hume & Co., Ltd
Stores at Arrowhead and Revelstoke.
Bargain Waists
20 Ladies' White Lawn Blouses, extra large
sizes, 38 to 44, buttoned front, nicely made,
with tucks ..4 and long sleeves. Reg. $1.50
Waists, now selling at - -
30 Ladies' White Lawn Blouses, line quality
Lawn, button back, embroidery front with
Row Insertion each side. Reg. $1.50 Waist
Selling at
30 Lawn Waists, all sizes, button front, '4
sleeve, well made, plain, serviceable waist,
made to sell at $1.    Now selling at
20 Lawn, Muslin and Organdie skirts, some
trimmed and some made with pleats. A nice
assortment of sizes. Regular $3.50 and $4
Skirts selling at
85c.
95c.
50c.
$2
Athletic Goods
Boys' White Athletic Pants, Nice Pure White
Drill, Belt straps, and complete
Men's White Athletic Pants with
tons, Belt Straps strongly sewed
Waist but-
Men's Padded Baseball Pants, white washing
Duck, elastic knee bands, not too heavy
Pure   Wool   Sweaters  in   Revelstoke  green,
with White cuffs and collars
75c.
$1
1.50
2.50
C. B. HUME  __ CO.,  LIMITED
Stores at Revelstoke and Arrowhead,
THE CHINA SPECIAL
We have just taken a glance through our China Department and
find we can pick out sutrScient odd lines to make another of mil-
25 Cent
Window  displays and  give  our customers some   good   bargains.
Hand-I'ainted Ollllia I'nps and Siiuccis, Berry Dishes, Dessert
Plates, Child's Sets of Cup, Saucer and Plates, Pairs of Salts and
Peppers, Celery Dishes and Spoon Trays.
EVERY ARTICLE A BARCAIN AT 25 CENTS
Keep a look out  for Our l'-tiainelled Wan-Sale Next Week.
Vi
Lawrence Hardware Co., Limited
TINSMITHING PLUMBING ELECTRIC   WORK      JO
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Office—Toronto, Ontario.
Brauohes In tha Provinces ol Manitoba, Alberta, Sns-nt-liewnn,
British  Colombia, Ontario, Qii.tsiKs.
Oapital Authorised
Oapital Paid Up
Reserve Fund
D. It. Wilkik, President
•10,000,000.00
-     •4,935,000.00
•4,926,000.00
Hon. R. Jafkiiay, Vice-President.
A General Banking Business Transacted.
Drafts sold available in all parte of Canada, United Statea and
Europe.   Special attention given to Collections.
Savings Bank Department
Interest, allowed  nn deposits from date of deposit and credited
quarterly.	
Revelstoke Branoh, B. C.-H. T. Jaffray, Managor
Special   Bargains   For  The  Week
Summer Skirts
Children's Shoes &Ooats
LtuljuH   Summer   Skirts   in
Linen and Duck.
Collars and Belts
Wash Collars   and  Melts,
jtiNt 'the thing for summer
wear.
.lost arrived   Another shipment of   Children's   i-'ancv
Bhoes,   SlsesHtoO,
Children's   Fancy   Dream
Cashmere Coals, only s few
more left,
MISS   A.
Opposite Climax
MASLEN
Hotel, First Stroct.
I.....ISTERIAL
VISITORS
waa demanding assistance from tlie
Government He affirmed that if a
temporary service for cross-river communication was necessary it would be
at once attended to He hud implicit
faith in Mr. Fulton who would give
his answer in a few days.
Mr. Fulton said that if he arranged
for a ferry service it would be some
tiling safe.   (Applause.)
Mr. Taylor explained that he had
always felt Btrongly about the bridge
question and bud done hie best to get
it.
Mr. .'niton promised to return in a
few days and go over the ground.
The mayor brought np the question
of outsiders coming iu to the oity sick
and destitute and becoming charges
on the city treasury. He said it was
ve.y h ird and cited several instances.
Dr. Young eaid tbat Revelstoke
must bear ite burden like other citiea,
and in touching on tuberculosis be
referred to the recent order of the
Giiveinnient which requires incurablee
to be taken into government assisted
hospitals. The grant to hospitals
was tn insure the att-ntion by citiea
of such outside cases. He explained
that the city could hardly expect to
get a grunt if they refused to do thia.
Mr. landmark said that the hospital
had nothing to do with the city itself
and that the eily council had tu eland
the expense.
In regard to tlie Mt. Victoria trail
the premier eaid that if he bud promised that the government should
stand half the expense, then it would
be done.   (Cheers.)
A vote oi thanks was passed to the
Ministers for their ntt.cnt.ion and visit
and the meeting terminated.
Meet
City Council and Board of
Trade Meet Government Representatives-Local Matters
Discussed.
A deputation of prominent citizens
met the Hon. Richard McBride, J. J.
Fulton and Dr. Young, yesterday on
their arrival from the south, Mayor
Lindmark welcoming the diatin-
guished visitors on behalf of the  city.
At the City Sail an hour later the
ministers met the city council and
board of Hade. Mayor Lindmark
opening the meeting and stating that
Revestoke was pleased to he able to
meet their guests and discuss matters
of local intercet with them. The
Premier in reply to the various questions laid before him, said that he
fully recognised how Revelstoke felt in
regard to being cut off frum the settlement across the river and aflirmed
that the matter had been repeatedly
urged upon lhe government by Mr.
Taylur null the local bodies nnd that
the legislature had given it very cure-
ful coins dsjrtiiion. He pointed out
that the 0. P. lt. would never favor a
joint bridge with Hie government and
explained Hint Mr, Fulton had consulted wi'It Mr Gamble, over the advisability of a sieel bridge over the
Columbia here and he felt auto that
he would do bis best if lie found thnt
such a work was necessary. Regarding the Cauoe River route to the Tete
Jaune Cache, he said that the government were in communication with the
Q. T. P. and would he prep .red to act
aa soon as it was time. He said that
whatever route was ehiseti by the
con tractors the government will contribute in a substantial manner towards opening up that route. lie
didn't blame Revelstoke for asking for
money from the government and said
that he fu'ly believed that transportation from here to tlie north would
soon come. He explained that the
government were trying to give financial hep all round the province and
to he fair wilh every district. Reveletoke had had a fair share of the treaB
ttry funds, which was Inr just reward
ami he Imped (hat I his riding will
have still mon' support from the
treasury and expressed a desire that
the district should cooperate with
the government.
F. Fraser made a strong appeal for
immediate relief now that the C. P. R.
bridge was closed to trallic across the
river, pointing out that this wns the
lirst time in 22 years that the ernes
river sett lenient were denied access to
the city. He urged that the government do tbeir duty nntl give facilities
for   communication   at   once until a
bridge could Ihi put iu. ,,  ,,   ,    , ,,   ,
s ' vertiaiug, II. 0. had coma well to the.
The Premier, in reply, said that fore in the eyes of the world and by
other parts of tlie province wore not careful and cautious policy in hand-
so well off as Reveletnke in lhat re- ling the resources aud industries of the
spect and that the government had province, much goid bad resulted.
, , , , ., , , . Dr. Voting, minister uf education,
had the matter hud before them   very expreMed |$   pleasure   at   this,   his
■troagly by Mr. Taylor and  had earn- Brst meeting with Revelstoke  people.
estly considered it. [11 taking Up hie subject   he   pointed
Mr. Fulton said that such  an  i,„. out that there watt to ho no   partisan-
,    .        , ,  -. ship in  education,   hut   it   must   be
portnnt matter as   a   bridge,   an   ex-   ^     He said that the   present ey-
pensive work, could not I hi decided 111 , Hknl lmu provea g0IJQ and his  depart-
a hurry, but   if   lie   found   that   the ; ment had done their best to keep pace
settlement on the other   Bide   of   the ! with Hie increaec of population.      He
Columbia warranted a bridge, then  it  touched on free school books, pointing
,.,   ,   ..   . .,        ?',     .   .,   ! out that these books will be ready  for
was very likely that it would he  built. | the next ,,.,,.„,_ . ho government having
bought thcni Jand   would   givo   them
free to every child.     He reviewed tlie
PUBLIC RECEPTION
Premier  and Ministers
Citizens.
Premier McBride, F. J. Fulton, Dr.
Young and Lawrence McRae, who
arrived in the city last evening and at
mice met the city council and board
of trade, to discuss local matters, were
driven in automobiles from City Hall
to the Opjra House at the cloee of the
meeting, where a public reception was
given iu their honor. A large crowd
attended and gave the visitors a hearty
welcome. The Independent Band were
in attendance and provided excellent
music.
,1. McLeod, president of the Conservative Association, took tl e chair ami
introduced the ministers.
The Promier, on rising to speak, was
loudly cheered. In reviewing the
prosperity ol the province, lie pointed
out lhat the government owed a g eut
debt if gratitude to Mr. Taylor for his
work, and that Kevelstoke had dune
wisely in returning him, he was a
most valuable and ornamental man,
mui lind been faithful to his duties.
The premier reviewed the past history
ul the government and its stu-ci ss,
giving many instances of how ii bad
dime the people's businens we I and tu
the best advantage. lie explained
that hy  publicity, exhibitions nnd ntl-
He said that tlie C. P. R. gave egreBB
and ingress and in this respect RevelBtoke was better off than many
other citiea. He pointed out that the
Government must be careful in making such an expenditure, but he
promised that after consulting with
Mr. Gamble lie would give hie answer
what he will do in a few daye and if a
bridge waa found necessary it would
be put in thia fall. Mr. Kraser explained forcibly the rapid progrees of
the west aide settlement.
Mayor I.indiumk pointed out that, hia
■awmill was heavily handicapped by
having no traffic bridge and said that
it would be aline in.cat tin nt for the
Government.
Messrs. Hume, Haggen and others
each made a very strung appeal,
claiming il waa ItcvelBtoke'e right to
have the bridge and that the business
and 1 i-vi-iiin- derived from tlie crose
river   settlement   well    warranted    it.
Mr.   Fulton   promised a   definite
anawer iu a lew daya.
F. B, Lewis lemarked lhat a recent
issue ol the Vancouver Province
affirmed that the I'letniei waa favor
ing the Kamloopa route.
Mr. McBride emphatically denied
that this report waa true and declared
that he was favoring no route in par-
ticular.    He repeated that Reveletoke
scheme of endowing a university, for
B. C. and higher education, explaining that pupils will be paiticularly
instructed in technical knowledge of
the country'e resources. He said that
the department had given every school
a Hug aud had decidod oil the Union
.lack, as tho one which would
teach children Imperialism and
Nationalism. ( Cheers. ) Canada,
has nu llag, and he urged that the
Union Jack be accepted and eectional-
ism put down.
Mr. Fulton, in commencing hie
addreea, reviewed tho situation brought
about by the Kaion leland deal ae
beneficial to the people of II. O, explaining how by the wise transaction
by the Government the province
would be enriched. In touching on
the trallic bridge question be promised
lhat Revelstoke should have a definite
anewer in a few days, and acknowledged that he proh.-bly would he
then convinced that this work waa
warranted. (Cheers). Ho repeated
wbat. the Premier had eaid to the
Board uf Trado regarding the nseiet-
nnce by the government to whatever
route was chosen by lhe G, T. P. contractors and promised substantial
support But the Government must
have a guarantee that the contractors
would always use that road. He was
glad of Revelstoke'! faith in the Government and it would be rewarded.
God Havo the King brought the
meeting to a close.
The ministers then drove round in
automobiles    expressing  pleasure   ul
SIX KILLED AT
MEDICINE HAT
Light Engine Crashes Into
Passenger Train — Several
Seriously Injured — Engine
and Three Cars Ditched
Medicine Hat, a Ita., July 10.—-
Locomotive No. 702, light, running
from Medicine Hat to Coleridge, to
take tho Spokane flier enet to Moose
Jaw, had a head-on collision just, enat
of the local yards, with tlie morning
passenger train off tlie Crow, which
waB running two hours late, at 8.20
yesterday morning.
The following were inetantly killed:
James Nicholeon, engineer; Howard
Gray, fireman; Baggageman Areham-
bault, James Shaw and Duncan Mc-
Kachern, passengers; all of Medicine
Hat.
Tho moet seriously injured are:
Engineer Twoliey, Conductor Malette,
Brakeman Leonard Black, and Express Messenger Vicara.
The light engine wae driven buck
off the front trucks, aud the boiler
head torn off. The locomotive of the
Crow train was partially telescoped,
the express car, which, in turn, telescoped the mail and baggage cur and
tourist, and all three cars and engine
rolled into the ditch.
Seven passengers ..10 in tlie hospital
but 110 particulars obtainable yet.
Engineer Twohey liae Bince died
from his injuries.
B.C. ESTIMATES PASSED"
for
r
Votes   Include $168,000
Many Public Works
Ottawa, July 10.—In the House
yesterday the harbor and river items
for British Columbia wore taken up.
For a wharf at Clayoquot, weBt coast
of Vancouver island, $2,000 was voted;
.$3C,500 was voted for improvements at
Guliien, on the Arrowhead lakce and
the Columbia river; 1(1,000 for the
removal of Coquitlam obstructions.
Oilier items to pass were !|il,500 for
improvements of ship channel and
protection works on Fraser river;
$6,000 for general repairs -if rivers and
bridges; $2,500 for the removal of
b udders from the channel at Procter,
on tlie outlet, of l-o.itenay lake; $2,500
for the improvement of tha north
channel, Nanaimo harbor; $2,000 fora
wliiii al Shuswap lake, Salmon Arm;
$12,(00 for improvement, on the
Sketiia river; $8,1)1)0'for the removal
of sun! bars tin the Thompson river;
$50,fKR> tor dredging Victoria hurl or;
$10,0110 fur ioipio.emcnls at William
Heud quarantine nnd $5,000 for opening a boat channel at Winds lakes,
Okanagan distrust.
The total vole pissed amounted tu
$1(18,000,
For dredging the Columbia $75,000
waa voted, and (or a new dredging
plant, $100,000 was passed.
The estimates also included $2,000
for extension of the telephone line to
Pender and May no islande; $6,000 for
Victoria-Cape Heale line im pro. entente;
$3,500 for the Vernon-Keloiviia Penticton line, and $1,700 fur the Vernon
line.
Hobo Killed
NoitTit Yakima, WaBh., July 10 —
Chae. Rice, hobo, wae killed in a gun
light on top of a freight train between
Wcpato and Topponieh hy a Northern
Pacific brakeman, J. I,. Blake, wbo ie
himself ill tlie hospital here with bis
left arm broken in two places from
bullets, which lodged in hie body.
Blake, while going over the top of
hie train, encountered the hobo and
greeted him with—"Hollo, what are
you doing here?"
For roply, he euye, the hobo began
shouting and lie returned the fire,
shooting Rice through tlie head.
Blake will recover.
was not the only city needing  public I tbeir visit.   Tbey  left for  Field  thie
in..tuy, but that   the   north  of  ii. C.'morning.
Country Must Pay
Ottawa, July 10.—Before the parliamentary committee inquiring into
tlio affaire of tho Quebec Bridge company Hon. Mr. Fielding said it waB
quite plain that under the oxieting
circumstances some new financial arrangement for the ro-constructiiin ol
the bridge would be absolutely necessary. The government, however, had
como to no decision, but had a pretty
goud idea of tho course it intended to
pursue. It would have to pay the
entire amount of the guaranteed bonds
on the collapsed etrncturo.
High Qualities
of Oup (xroeeries
We may he losing a little
hy selling the high qualities
of groceries we do at such low
prices, but the little we loae
in one way we make up for
in anotber by drawing tbe
custom of su many satisfied
patrons. All tbe goods we
keep our guaranteed by the
manufacturers and by us to
be perfectly pure.
aMRSjfi
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
Fruits and   Vegetables   fresh  daily.    Order your  preserving fruits early and you get the best.
RANGES AND FURNACES
If you want a New Range or Furnace see us, as we arc
agents for the largest and best stove manufacturers in the
empire.
Our Plumbing Department is thoroughly up-to-date
and we guarantee all our work.
Bourne  Bros.
GROCERIES       HARDWARE     HARNESS     PLUMBING
THE BANK OF VANCOUVER
Incorporated by Special Act of Parliament of
the Dominion of Oanada
Head Office, • Vancouver, B. C.
CAPITAL : $2,000,000!^" 20*000 Shares of $100 each with $10 Premium
Tlie Hunk nf Vancouver is beiDgSorganiiod to moet iu part the increase*, bank iny
accommodation required by the natural and steady expansion of business coincident with
the great development o the couutry aud especially uf British l.'olonbia, and while
organizing to conduct a geueral baukiug bu-iness, will giv.< special consideration to tho
industries and commerce of the Province, aud is being et.labli_.hod primarily for this
purpose, and through its connections iu Great Britain, Eastern Canada aud the United
St;i los, it will be able to greatly facilitate the investment of outside capital in the various
enterprises of tho Province.
It is the intention toopen branch offices at various points from time to timo as opportunity arises.
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Limited
> Bevelstoke.   Application forms ani
them.
A. L. DEWAR, Secretary.
have beeu aiiuoluted Fi_cal Air.iii.- for tbe Hank al Kevel. talus.    Amplication fora, aod
teriiiH ol Stork Subscription may be obtained from tbem.
Clean rod cherries, excellent for
preserving, etc., 11.75 per crate. Last
shipment. Order early. Mclntyre A
Bon.
yHAT J Mr Dresser
Wl
/»V
MO. IMBEEB. HE IS MOT GOIMG AW Ay
WITHOUT A MEW SUIT.
WHy SHOULD HE WHEM HE CAM COME
TO US AMD GET A SUIT ALHEABy TO
SLIBE HIGHT OM. FHOM A LIGHT
WEIGHT SKELETOM GHEy OH BLUE
SEHGE.SIMGLEOV. DOUBLE-BHEASTED
TO A FAMCy WOHSTEB OH SCOTCH
TWEED.
THIS IS  3THAW  HAT SEASOM-
HA VE THEM FHOM SI.00 UT.
WE
McKINNON C& SUTHERLAND
First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
MONEY TO LOAN
At 8 Per Cent.
SIBBALD   AND   FIELD
INSURANCE \_,*AR'ES PUBLIC LOANS THE MAIL-HKltALD, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
ahc  ADaiMbcvalb.
PL"tU.l.HK.li  WKIiNKSllAV AND SATURDAY AT
REVELSTOKE. B.C.,1
MURPHY & FISHER
Barristers, Solicitors,  Etc
0 T T A W A
Parliamentary,    Departmental
and Patent C;Tice Agents
Practice before Railway
Commission.
Chas. Mi'rphy.
.ROi.n Fisher
G
ILL AN A ELLIOTT
B.,rrULtr^.Ts.sli..iti.rs. Etc
BKTELSTORE um TROUT I.AKK, ll C,
0. S. GlU-UI J   C. KU-IOTT,
tl
AKVl.Y, Mcl'AKTKK
AND PINKHAM,
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, KTC.
Jri-tcus:   bl >_-RlA_.   Hank   Hmick,   Kkvk.i
t-TOKK. It. 0*
Money to loan. 	
•_»_B__.: Reveli-Oke, H.C; Cranbrook, II. t .
'_>..o. S. Mcl'AHir.K,
_. M,   I'lNKl-AM,
Rei isl-toke.
,. A.   IlAKVKY,
Cranbrook, It
8'
J. M. rs ,lt l.L.D
1C0T-     AND
W. I. Brlgga,
BRIGG
Barristers, Solicitors, Ktc.;
Ms INKY  Tn  LllA.N
Solicitous for Molsoks Hank
First Street. Kevelstoke, li.C.
tTubert smith"
Provincial Land Surveyor,
Mine Smveying
Engineering
MoKbnzce Avenue.
Pox imi, Revelstoke.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
Furnished House in Good Locality $2,100
Real Estate investment in the City paying'  12
per cent, clear profit	
Modern Residence on Fifth Street	
Rooming House on First Street	
Residence on McKenzie Avenue	
Forty Acres of Fruit Land, close ill	
Building Lots in All   Parts of ihe City
$2,500
$3,200
$2,000
$.1,950
$75.00
l'or Aero
Revelstoke General Agencies. Ltd.
Molsons Bank Building.
E.
A. ttAGGEN,
Mining Enhinkbr
Member American Institute UlningiEuglneer...
Member Canadiiu Mining Institute.
M^m, Dominion Institute Associated Engineers
Revelstoke, B, 0.
ntt _...MK.rt? on Miuer.il Properties for Investors.
Cable Addres_.~."Kanagan,'   Revelstoke, B, ('.
Codes—Bedford-McNeill: Morelng & Seal;
Western Union j OluD-gh.
H.
ARCHITECTS
,M. A W.  aT-VHIDDINGTON
Stratbcona, Acta, ,_
Revelstoke,   -   B. c.
Member.- Alberta As-.-ociatiou of Att'liitoct..
H. M. Wbidoxhotom
Strathcuua. Alta.
W. A. WtimlilNOTiix
Kevelstoke, B.C.
Black
Watch
Chewing Tobacco
Rich and satisfying.
The big black plug.
ment of parks on the afore-men-
tionetl lands. It would be money
well spent and would mean much
for Kevelstoke. We understand
that the city authorities will shortly take up the question with the
people and it will lie to public
advantage to fall in line with the
municipal body and assist them in
the establishment of these parks
which will be undoubtedly a boon
to the city as a whole.
Cbe flfeaiMbevalfc
Tt.ere la so much ha.l it. lhe lie>t of ns
An_ so n. ,c'h coosl in tlio worst ol u-
That it hard!) balns-ive.- any «»f it-;.
To talk about the r.s.t of it-.
SATURDAY,   JULY  il,  1U08
CITY
■•ity did ;i
PARK'S
thing  when
The • Uv dill ;i wise
it decided io take over thu McKenzie Avenue recreation grounds
and operate them as- a oity park.
Hitherto Revelstoke ha^ not had a
ground or reserve set apart fur its
public and the day has arrived
when this has become necessary.
As the city increase's bo will the
people, idea, expand and tend
towards further municipal im-
proven-Oiit. The establishment ol
a city park lends itself specially to
the uniit'iuiou.s- support of all the
citizens ar, 1 would be a welcome
addition to the muiiicipal-ov.ned
public works. The grounds on
McKenzie Avenue are particularly
adapted Vu park improvements,
and valuable as they ar'. now, will
be still more valuable - ' n planted
with tr<--._ and laid out in proper
shape. A public recreation ground
such a.- this will appeal lo all the
younger members of the community
and will 1* a means- of keeping
them off the streets oi summer
evenings, \\ bile nn this question
it must be remembered that the
city have another tract of lantl
which can Ih.- turned into a park
without very consii erable expense,
und that in the larg. acreage where
the race track i= situated. Here is
a spot which can be turned into as
pretty and popular park as any
city ol the interior can boast and
were these two pieces of land improved and fitted up for the use of
the public, Hevelstoke would be
well off in the possession of two
such valuable assets. We feel sure
that a Park By-law would carry
with the unanimous endorsement
ol the public, authorizing tu. rais-
of money wherewith to upend on
the   improvements  and establish-
S1UNS OF THK TIMES
The crop outlook in the North-
West is all that, can be desired at
the present time and there is every
possibility that the Prairie Provinces will this year experience an
era of prosperity that will out-distance all previous records and have
a far-reaching effect .on business in
the west. The lesson of the past
year has been a good one if severe,
and has left its mark on every side.
A period of prosperity will be taken
in a totally different manner once
it comes, and the Canadian people
will benefit, considerably from their
past experiences. Too much prosperity is detrimental in a measure
since people are too prone to forget
that it may be necessary to lay up
for a rainy day. The Victoria
Times says:
"The signs of the business times
are steadily improving, not only in
Canada, but in the United States.
The ClMi., in anticipation of the
bountiful harvest already ripening
in all sections of this country east
of the mountains, has given orders
for substantial additions to its
rolling stock.    Within a short time
mines in all stages of development
from recently located properties to the
developed and paying mines. Our
mineral resources are unsurpassed.
Immense areas of coal and iron, silver
leuil and extensive placer deposits,
which will in the future employ hundreds of miners when capital has been
brought in, furnish a homo market for
all that can be produced on the farms.
The success of the Revelstoke exhibit
at the Dominion Fair at Calgary lias
already made its far-reaching influences felt, the resources of the district
and its many branches being demonstrated to an interested public. Our
local grown fruit has attracted the
eyes practically of every  province of
train cf 12th and   13th,  returning  on
the Dominion aod received the medals. No 15 (regl1|ar) 14th, morning,
and   diplomas  for exceptional  merit.
Everything in this valley is in proper
keeping   for   the   developing   of   the
com'iiiied physical and  mental  energies of the   miner,   lumberman,   in
veBtor and   fanner.   The  lt velstokc
Valley   and   Kevelstoke  itself   is an
ideal   place   for   the    homeseeker  to
locate.
THE  KEEPING OF FRUIT
Interesting Hints for Fruitgrow
ers and Merchants.
The United States yearbook of the
Department ol Agriculture lias this
to Bay on "Factors thut Inlluence
Keeping Quality."
"A cold, dry, pure air ia ideal for
the preservation of fruits of most
kinds. Oold air checks the ripening
process and retards the growth nf
discusses. Dry air may prevent tlie
development "f rota, and pure air
preserves the delicate quAlity of the
fruit. The ripening must be checked
Boon after the fruit is picked to prevent premature deterioration. Rip-
we are told, thirty thousand freight I ening proceeds much more rapidly!
cars, lying idle for several months,! when   a fruit is severed from the tree,
have been drawn   from the railway »°   'bat   it  t ies nearer the point of
yards of the   United States,   Such deterioration   in   a lew hours or days
developments indicate   prosperous >tllan '* "ouId bad " ^n left ilan«i"8|
, -I, ,, ,.    on the tree in the   same   temperature!
times, not possibly   in the mitiietii- ' '
, , ,' , ft ir u much   longer   period.      In cold \
aie future—it takes  more than one ,
storage the   n.ts   develop   and   most
good harvest to   restore public cun-   ,    . ., ..
h l fruits ripen if the t>-m|ieratiire remains
fldence in industrial conditions- mach above 32 degrees Fahrenheit tor
but the tendency i- in the righl any length of time. Tbe molds grow
direction.     The   depression     has I if the worn is moist; the flavor   leter-
reached its lowest  point.     Business   lorates if tiie air is impure,
is steadily improving.    Tlie wheels      If tbo temperature throughout   the
of industry will be bumming again irionl 1!i n,,t uniform, the stored   pr
ducts ripen unevenly. II th'- prodoctl
are not piled "O that the air can circulate freely about the packages, the
ripening may proceed and the rots
develop before the fruit is cooled. The
behavior nf product! in cold storage
depends on their condition win-it
stored, as well as on the conditions in
• be -torage lionise if the fruit, is broiled
ami susceptible to tot,   the molds that
grow in low temperature*  mom it to
ih-cay early In the storage season If
it ripens or   diseases   develop   during
deiavs   in   storage   tbe  fruit   i-r--aKi
down prematurely, or, if the packages an. large and radiate tlie beat
slowly, lhe fruit, in the O.nt-6 "I the
packages ripens and decays i.arly in
the storage Heiias.it,
IHiste arc some of the fundamental
principles tbat govern  tbe   lucoetsful
colli storage of fruit.    They apply with
equal force to   the   transportation   ol
most fruits in cool temperatures The
successful transportation ol perishable
fruits in refrigeration depends primarily on the sound condition if ilm
fruit; on cooling it. soon after it is
packed; on shipping it io packages
which cool quiokly throughout; on a
tlry, pure, colli air uniformly distributed in the car or compartment and
ou free oirculati in throughout the
packages.
GLORIOUS TWELFTH
Special Reduced Fares to Revelstoke and Return.
The following arc the special re-
d'H-eil fares frum all points to Revel
sloke and return fur the July Orange
Oelebration to he   held   on   Monday,
July 18th.
Three  Valley $0.00
Cruigellaclue   1,06
Sicamous  1.50
Enderby  2 05
Armstrong   2 SS
Vernon     2.75
Okanogan Landing  2.85
Nabiin  8 25'
Kelowna       8.75
Summerliiiiil ,..   ...... 4.05
l'euchland 4.25
Penticton     4.05
Salmon  Ann   106
Notch Hill  245
Shii-Wiip   2 85
Dncka  8 26
Kumloops  3.75
Arrowhead   1.00
Halcyon    1 35
St.  Leon   1.55
Nakusp   1 95
Albert Canyon  0.85
lllecillewaet   100
Glacier   1.40
RogerB Pbsb  1 50
Beaver  2.05
Golden  2.80
Field  3.75
The following are the train arrangements for   passengers east and  west
going and coming.
No. 1 and 97 nf 12th from Field and
intt rmediate. points returning on  No.
2 of 13th and 90 of Uth.
No. 2 of 12th and 96 of 13th  from
Kamloops   and  intermediate   points;
returning on No. 97 of 13th or No. 1
f 14th.
S. A O.   points,   special  train  and
boats;   return   S. A O.   of   14th   for
paBsengerB off No. 1,
Arrowhead and   Nakusp boats and
A special train leaves Revelstoke
for Okanagan points at 20:30 k. of
the 13th connecting with special boats
to Penticton.
I.   O.   F.
Court Mount lleubit', No. mill, meets 2nd and
4th M.sii-liiys iu Oddfellows Hall, next to Opera
Hnit.e Visiting brethren cordially invited to
attend.
J.W Oakland, (I.R.
H. W. Edwards, R.S.
C B. HUME & Co., Revelstoke, B. C.
UMBRELLAS
JM/e have the largest line of  GOLD-HEADED
"   UMBRELLAS and CANES in the City :
: : CALL   AND  INSPECT THEM   :
Hastings, Doyle & Allum, Ltd*
JEWELLERS        i
AND
OPTICIANS
c. w. o. vv.
Mountain Camp, No.
-sleels Second and Konrlh Wednesdays in
each month, in Selkirk Hall. Visilin Woodmen cordially invited to altcnd,
W. II. ARMSTRONG, Con. Com.
J. McINTYRE, Clerk.
REVELSTOKE AERIE No.
F. O. E.
4.T2
The regular meetings are held in the Selkirk
Hall 1-t aud -tr.l Tuesday -ifeaoli mouth, H p.m.
Visiting brethren tiro oordlally invited.
J   _j__s__IK, President.
W   K. McL.-IUIIILIN.SkisrETARV.
Kootenav Lod
Ne. 15 A F. ft A.M.
The regular moot-
ink- ore held in ihe
Mai*onia     Temple,
Hill KcllOVYt- Hull.Ml
ihe third Monday tn
...(.li month fit 6
p.m. Wafting broth
ren   cord.ally   wel
come
C. ... I'KOCL'S'IKK. BBCHETAHY.
SELKIRK LODGE No. 12. I. O. O. F.
Meet* every Thursday
evening in Sclkirt
Hall ab 8 o'clock
uting brethren cor
dially invited to attend
J. MATHIE, Bro
Cold Rang* Lodge, n. of   P.,
No. 26, Rovelstoke, B. C.
(LfKKTa KVhf.Y WKDNK.SDA .',
IU except Third Wednesday ul
each month, in the Oddfellows'
Hail    ftt    t   o'clock,    Visiting
Knights are oordlally .nviU'd.
RROf'K. tt   of   R   Si B
B   A. BROWN.   M.
»l K
before the beginning of 1909
REVEtSTOKE VALtEY
An Ideal Place for the  Home-
seeker to Locate
The valley if the Columbia mid
territory within a largj ratlins of Kev-
elltoke contains extensile areas of
ianning lamls which are uiis-urpasHeil
in fertility ol any soil and general
advantages by any other part of ihe
province anil can at _M times furnitih
a home market for all that can he
raisi-il hy the farmer, rancher, and
fruit grower. Tins country, too, lins
an abundance ol wood Inr [fuel, building   and  oommercial   purpose, and
[iltsiily ,ji pure water everywhere. '1 he
mountain sides anil foothills are cov-
i vered with extensive forests "I pine,
tamarac, lir anil other merchantable
tiitiher. The lumber industry Iius
assumed immense proportions nnd a
reatly market for this production is
found in Alberta, Haskatchewint and
other prairie points. The local mills
are running full blast. The further
prosperity of the Revelstoke district is
assured from an industrial point of
view by tho existence of many falls
and streams which will he utilized with
advantage in the creation of economical power when further development
Jnkeaplace. In the mountain range
ami up the Hig Bend ou ijl her side of
the Columbia Kivur are futiiid  many
MILL    WOOD
REDUCED
Now
IV ss-., I
l-'iv,-
dellvei
noil in
Kiln
<li.I.
■ ni
' nit.
tt
PRICE
tdi.i   V'siii  mill
I I-
•d
unr! over, .1.71. per loud,
.my   point    lu-i « ii   I lull Kootenay Hin-i-t,
In .-il Kindling, 12,60 dot load.
su office nf
BOWMAN i.i MBBR CO. Ltd.
For Sale
liry oedar  cord   woimI-
Ueneral Agencios, Ltd.
■Hevelstoke
SIGN WRITING
NER   AL   PAINTING
_nJ DECORATING :
First    Class   Work
Guaranteed.
Ont of f'lwn orders promptly
attended to
R. Z. CRAWFORD
UOTICE
HiKi.y days After date I Intend to
apply to Hn- chief Oommlsslnner of
Lands and Works, for permission to
purchase the following described
lands!
Beginning at a pom  planted nl the
hhiiI.h-i'iiKl. i-.oijii.i' of   Isol No. STslll piii'-
ohased   hy Julius   liou^n!.  running
West -Kl I'hniiiH; thence hoiiIIi 211 i-IiiiIiih;
thenoo oasl '..) ohalns] thonoo north _io
ijtiiinsi iii point of commisnreiiienl,,
Dated June 84th, Unix,
KhAaiui Win..-, Applicant.
jly I I). Dewar, Agent,    |
Art and Beauty
are combined in our new de-
signs.in carpets. Our stock is
ceinplete, anil the colors rich
anil effective, the designs artistic, and the " tout ensemble "
is striking anil beautiful. We
have never shown such a wide
variety of patterns, nnd we
have never placed such low
prices upon so much liiKh
quality before.
11 HOWSOX fr CO.'Y.
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*   P.
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BURNS    &   COMPANY,   LIMITED.
HK.VD ll-i'-i'It'l. :    t'AI.OAHY,    AI.IIKHTA.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchant*
Polk Packers nnd Dealers in Live Stock.   Markets in all the piinei
nnl (JitieB and Towns of Alberta, British Columbia nnd the Yukon.
Packers of the Celebrated Brand "Imperntur" Hams and Bacon,
j    and " Shamrock" Brand Loaf Lard.
k-%%1%%^%^
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from Country of origin.
WHOLESALE     DEALERS     ONLY.
RBYBLSTOKEl   _B. O.
PLACE YOUR ORDERS WITH
S. McMAHON,   - FIRST STREET
lr<>r Agricultural Implement.. furriiiKos, Whkous Etc., Julin
Dooro Ploughs, Molina Wiikous, (.unada Carriage Company's
Hiifttcies, IMitnoi jr., Garden Seeders aud Cultivators, Wheelwright and Hlacltsmlth Work attondod to. Uorno Shoeing a
Specialty
Central Hotel
_________ REVELSTOKE, B. C.
ABRAHAMSON   BR08.,   PROPRIETORS
Newly built        Firnt-da_iH in every respect.     All modern conveniencvr
Large Sample Rooina.
Rates 81.60 per Day. Sped I Weekly Rates.
Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under same management
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished wilh the choicest the
initrket affords. liest Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Ratea $1 a day.    Monthly rate.
J.    ALBERT      STOTST.E3      IFIROIP.
Queens ffotel
COMAPLIX
But brands oi Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Travellers to
Fish Creek will lind excellent accommodation at this
Hotel
CHIEF   YOUNG, - - Proprietor
CEIVitNT BLOCKS
Manufactured for nil cI»hsok of buildings
CEWLNT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE CLAY AND FIRE BRICKS
for Rale iu large or ..mull quo n tit ies
at the lowest priees for «.»h.
1 viil.!. c ... d plnt-terii'g
uiidortui>6ii.
A. PRADOLINI, - REVELSTOKE
To Trappers
Raw Purs Bought
Oash Prices Pain
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Furs
E.W.B. PAGET
Express
D raying
Stora? c
All Kinds of Light and  H tavy
Hauling Undertaken
SAFES,  PIANOS, KTC.
Denier in Wood,  Cenl 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 Scnle. No fumigation
to damage stock. No windv ngents to
nnnoy.you. Buy ilirect nnd get trees
nnd seeds that grow.
Fertilizers, Bee Supplies, Spiny Pumps
Sprnyin Material, Out Flowers, etc.
Olde t e?.nrl shed nursery on the
miii  Iiiii I   il,_     Cntnlogue free.
Y'S NURSERIES
and Seed Houses
M
(
Ore
VANCOUVr.jt,
B. C.
Canadian Pacific
Atlantic Steamship
Line
Bf SAWS ^
Sat. Jl. 18_.k.(.liaiiipliiin
Fri. " 24 Emp. Ireland
Sat.Aug. 1   Lake ErieWed. Jly. 16
Summer Season from Montreal
and Quebec
EMPRESSES—
1st. Class and, Class 3rd. Class
$90 00   $48 75 $28 75
LAKE MANITOBA-
tst. Class 2nd. Class 3rd. Class
$80 00      $42 50       $27 50
Other Lake Boats—
2nd. Class 3rd. Class
$45 oo       $27 50
Cheap rates to Atlantic Seabnnrd
points in connection with steiini-
sliip tickets.
Passengers booked to Norway,
Sweden, Antwerp, Hamburg nnd
nil other confine tal ports.
For further information apply to
T. W. Brads-iaw,    E. J. Coyle,
Agent, A.G.P.A.
Revelstoke. Vancouver.
NOTICE
Revised   Statute* of Oanada,
1906, Ohapter 115
l'lii-Kiinnl to the above Statute the
Columbia Hiver I.iiinbi-.. Company,
Limited; give notice that they have
applied by petition to the (iovernor-in-
Council for approval of the site mid
plans l'tii- certain booms proposed to be
constructed in the Columbia River
near Golden in lhe Province uf British
Columbia, a plan and description of
the proposed site and of the booms to
be constiiicled have been deposited
With the Minister of Public Works nt
Ottawa, and a duplicnte thereof in the
Lind Registry olllee at Nelson, B.C.
Dated this Willi day of April, 11)08.
Ciu.i'JiniA   IliVKii  l.UMHKH Ci)., LTP.
Per J. D. Mi'CniiM ack,
my 2-30 d Managing Director.
Certificate of Improvements
nsrOTIOE
Muymlis Minsk, Mlim  it.,  Iron   Msistt, anil t.istia
Hriu'tinii   nilnrriil  rliilnisi,  Hltuat.  in the
Nrout' aki- Mining Illvliiliiii ol Won Koole-
tiny lilstlrkl.
Wliuns lonHii-st:   In (iimt Orei-k  liinlit, •iljuln-
lDg lho iii-ittriits i.rtiii|,.
Tnku  nnllos  tint I, ll   Kmltli, K.M.O. No.
IMI.7I--. HK-lll for J   H. US0ksnStS,l,M,O. No. 11
»K77_ mul  Ari'lii-r  MHrtln,  f.M.O. Ko. B17.8-,
Inn.ml, -1*1 y ilnjs, Imiu it. to lioronl, lo appljr
to tho Mtnlttg  Recorder Inr n Oorlllloii-e ol
liii|irnvi.stni.iii-i, fnr tliu ptirpaHO ol otjtHliilug a
OrOWtl tlrHIlt III till! IllHIVUolnltllH.
And further lakenoMce tliat mitlon. tinrlor
'Oetlon 117 mum 1,0 i-nuiuioiicoil -.lore the
Utnmiioe nf hiu-li i',.riiiii.ii.i. of liiiprovciuenls.
Ilattsil I hiss milt (lav nf April, A.D. 1.0..
■•lit m> IK r.i-l K. SMITH.
IHE
NOTICE
rpil K iitfnt ion of tho liimds nnd Wnrkft Do-
I pnrlmnnt liafiogWAQ dlreotfld 'ntlin fin*I.
tlutt town It-is in n tnwitKite nnmnd Princo Ru
port. beihK n sulxlivls]nii or Lot MS, RBDM ft,
i'iiii'-t Dutrlflti fit tinted nn tlio miiiiilmid In-
tweou tha mouth nf thoBkoouH Rivor mid Kit ion
I 'ImimI. uro l)"iiw: (dTnrnd fnr nnln. it Iihh ln.rn
doomnd iincns-iirv to wnrn tho ptihlic tiutt lho
Mid l«wn«il.UBtR(i nt the lorminus uf tho (Iruud
Trunk PaoiAr Ilnilwnir, nnd (h nnl tho tnwiiHltn
which In owned jointly hy thn Oovnrnniont nf
British Coltimbte uud the Qraod Trunk Pnolflo
Railway Cnmpniiy.
P. J. FULTON,
Chief Oommlsnioner of Lauds and Works,
Land 1 and Works Department,       w my (glm TUE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B C
Heading off a Risk
_C.-^=5^~
___£^>
C3|
Gas is liable to puff out
of the front door of any
furnace   unprovided   for
gas escape.
"Sunshine" Furnace has
Automatic Gas Damper
directly connected with
smoke-pipe. Gas pressure
sways damper sufficiently
for it to escape up chimney
(see illustration), but heat
■am-   doesn't escape.
What does "Sunshine"
Gas Damper mean to
"Sunshine" Furnace?
Means protection to the
furnacc parts against evil
effects of gas.
What does "Sunshine"
Gas Damper mean to
"Sunshine" householder ?
Means furnace can bo
operated without fear as to
"puffing" eafl J furnace can
be left without doubt as to
whcioabouls of gas,
What does "Sunshine" Gas Damper mean to "Sunshine" coal account ?
\r
'SSSft*
jN_
fear ha
lt means, instead of owner with *'u.-in._-._y luniac
i-.h-i k-h.-ft iri't.'luiiu- y cio^.d to ' let off" Rua—whon th
p.iri". ol h.'.'it-eni'r^y to on * part of t_8S p.i.tMiig up Cininn**v_;
alt safety be opened, nnd coal saved lor another day's duly.
's i wo-thirds
Iill. r.-.ii with
1
London
Toronto
Montrral
Winnip-*:
Vancouvrr
St, John,-..3.
Hamilton
C_.-2_.ry
BOURNE BROS., Local Agents
THE MOLSONS BANK
Incorporated by Act cf Parliament, IM-.
HEAD OFFICE, - - MONTREAL.
Wm. Molson Macphebson, Pies. S. H. EwiNO,;Vice-Pres.
-Iambs Klliot, General Manager.
Capital paid up, $3,372,500
Reserve, $3,372,500
Sixty-four  branches  in   Canada  and  Agencies  in   all  parts of the
world.
Interest credited four times a year at current rates on Havings
Hunk deposits, until further notice.	
W. H. PRATT, Manager, - Revelstoke, B. C.
JOB PRINTING
All Work Promptly
and Neatly Executed
_j5,^rf>^ 2c^traQu__..'
Commercial  Printing
A Specialty With Us,
THE  DEVIL'S POT, SPELLUMCHEEN.
Call for Estimates and Advertising Rates
THE MIL-HERALD
PUBLISHING COMPANY, LU.
ORANGE DAY
PROGRAMME
Orange Procession. —Athletic
Sports. — Bicycle Carnival
—Lacrosse Match.—Tug of
War,—A Big Dance.
Preparations fur ibe gtcat Orange
Day celebration are going on apace
and by Monday, the 13th, everything
will be in readiness for the notable
event. Decorations all over the city
will give a festive air to the celebration and citizens and visitors alike
will derive considerable pleasure and
interest in what lias been done. As
the crowds that will be in the city
that day arc expected to reach big
figures, it is to be hoped that hotels,
restaurants, etc., will be equal to the
occasion and prepare sufficient to feed
the visitors. This is an important
point and should be remembered. The
feature of the demonstration will be
the morning's procession in which
Orangemen from all parts will join,
with their respective regalia snd emblems. The procession will assemble
in front of the Opera House and proceed by way of Second street, west,
down Kootenay street and Douglas
street, through King »trcct and along
Front street to Wright etreet, up
Douglas street again going east to
Kootenay street alnng Third street to
Government street, from tlience to
First strept to McKenzie avenue, going
up one bl.ck to Sceond stre.t and
along as far as McArthur avouue,
tumjng north tu First -treet again,
and thenco west to MoKenzie avenue,
thus passing twice under the city and
other arches up McKenzie avenue to
the recreation grounds. The route is
a good one and will give every part of
the city a good opportunity of witnessing the procession.
After liineh several of the prominent
Orange speakers will give addresses,
including .1, VV, Wliitely, Provincial
Organizer, the Rev. J.J, Nixon, l'each-
land, the B_v. VV, C. Calder, Revelstoke, and Mayor Lindmark will
deliver an address of welcome.
In the afternoon a long programme
of athletic sports will take place in-
clndit g raoing. jumping, etc. A
feature of the spurts will be the great
lacrosse match, Vernon v. RevelBtoke,
tug-of-war, Orangemen v. the World,
should prove extremely intereBBing.
A handsome prize list has been made
out which will insure good entries.
After supper in the evening a Grand
Fancy Bicycle Parade will take place,
the procession leaving tlie City Hall
sharp at 8 o'clock and proceeding
along -Second street to Lower Town us
(ar as the Victoria hotel and returning
by   way  of  Government  street and
First street to McKenzie avenue
Prizes will be given for the best decorated bicycle.
A dance will be held commencing
at 9 p. m. in the Roller Rink, the
Independent Band providing tie
music.
The committees announce that no
games or practice will be allowed on
the grounds during the speaking.
Entries for atbleiie events will be
received after the bell is rung for the
lir_t time.
Competitors must be at the starting
point at second ringing of bell otherwise they will be excluded.
All entries are free and the judges'
decision, will be final.
The field officers are : Starter, W.
A. Alldritt; Announcer, A. E. Kin-
caid; Judges, T. Kilpatrick, Alex.
McRae; Treasurer, T. Steed; Secre-
J. H. Armstrong.
team t. be played on Monday, July
13*h, promises to be nn interesting
name, both elevens being in lirst rate
form.
• Tbe C.iiiiidian cricketers repiesent-
ing tbe Toronto cik-ket club, won the
match with the Belmont cricketers
on tbe latter's grounds at Philadelphia. The visitors won by one iuningB
ind 17 iiiii.. Tbey made 205 in their
first innings yesterday and the ;i_el-
monts could put together only 188
runs in tlieir two innings.
L. 0. L. Attention
i
All Orangemen are requested to
meet in tlie Oddfellows hall, over the
old postofliue, on Sunday evening at
6:45 o'clock to attend Divine service
at St. Andrew's. Visiting brethren
are oordlally invited.
W A N T E D
A
WAITRESS wanted Immediately
ul the Climax Hotel.
AT ONCE—Married couple with two
nr more children of schot 1 age.
Free Use of house, three acres good
I ind, cow .nnl team of horses, together
with adequate cash salary, For particulars apply to H, N. Coursier,   jl __>
IriOH SALE—Oablnet Grand Planii
I    almost new. Apply Mail HERALD
FOUND—In Baptist Church after Dr
Murcutt's lecture, a lady's gold
watch chain. Same may be bad by
applying at offlce of Mail Herald.
FURNISHED ROOM-A well fur-
nished room to let with use of
bathroom and piano, $8 per month;
with board, $25 pet- month. Apply
box _.K).
LOAN WANTEn-$3.500 wanted
for client. First-class freehold
senility. 10 per cent interest. Columbia Agencies Ltd, Revelstoke.    jly.
KEPRESENTAT1VE WANTED-
for Revelstoke and vicinity. A
good, live hustler enn make gold
money during season selling out-line.
Apply at once to'V'-e Ford Motor Co.
of Canada, Limited    .Valkei villi-, Ont.
WANTED—Latly Stenographer and
Bookkeeper desires position in
Revelstoke. Address Miss Nofiis,
Hillcre-sl P. O., Vancouver.
WANTED—At once  a   competent
dining-room girl—Mis.   W. J.
Lightburne, Union Hotel, Arrow head.
WANTED—Second hand furniture,
clothes, etc.   J. C,  Hull,  First
street, opposite Union hotel.
Sporting Notes
The departure of the Westminster
lacrosse team for Montreal, where
games for the possession of the Minto
Cup, emblematic of the championship
of the lacrosse world, are to be played
on July 21 and 28, bas been postponed
till to day. This delay will prove very
inconvenient as the boys will only
have about three days in which to
limber up before the first game against
the Shamrocks takes place. C. P.
Latham, late of the city is a member
of the Westminster team, leaving for
Montreal to-day.
It is rumored that the King will be
present at the Marathon race, and
that he will signal tho Btnrt. Mr.
Crocker has icceived numerous invitations for tlie Canadians to compete
at games throughout the country.
The presence of Bobbie Kerr, tbe fast
Canadian sprinter, is particularly
desired. All the invitations have been
declined. MacCartby in bis recent
cycle races had bis much iue geared up
to 104, and the high gearing is blamed
for his poor showing.
Negotiations are undor way for the
holding of the annual race meeting in
September.
The balling just now in all sections
and points of which Revelstoke is the
centre, is exceptionally good and the
keen angler can have all the sport he
wants.
Frederick W. Thompson's 84-foot
schooner yacht, the Shamrock, has
won the $1,000 Liptoil cup, offered for
the 325 mile raoe from New York to
Cape May uut! return, and Oapt. Chas,
Burr, her skipper, bad added another
victory to his string, Tlie Shamrock
beat her nearest, competitor, the
Mimosa III., by more than two hours,
elapsed time, and several of the smaller
boats by nearly 20 hours,
The crickel match between tho
Okitnagau  team  nnd   the   Revelstoke
WANTED—First-class planer man
for 18 inch moulding machine,
apply Lee Lumber Co. Ltd., Wigwam,
B. C. J2731
WANTED — A good canvasser.
Steady position to right man.
Apply to Hox 013 Posl Office, Revelstoke, B. C.
For Sale
fjiej-f!
Cement
Brick
and
Plaster Fiber
ej»fj.fj.ej»
For Prices and   Particulars
APPLY   TO
E.  C. FROMEY
LAND NOTICE
The members of E Company, R.M.R.
ire hereby notified to attend for company (It-ill every Thursday at 8 p.intuitu further orders.
By   Order,
O. 0.
NOTICE
Revelstoke 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. ToS-'i, and marked
"M. K. Lawson's N. E. corner post,"
thence south alonjj said line40 cbains,
thence west 40 chains, thence north 20
chains, thence east 20 chains, thence
north 20 chains to P. Mailer's pre-emption, thence east 20 chains to point of
'.onimencement.
Minnie K. Lawson.
Dated April 6th, 1908. w ap 29
CORPORATION OF THE
CITY OF REVELSTOKE
Notice re Nuisance
Notice is hereby given of the following resolution passed by the Council
of the City of Revelstoke at a meeting
held on the 12th day of June, 1908:
"That the building erected and now
situate on Lot 6, Block 1, in Ward 8 of
this city is hereby declared to be a
nuisance and dangerous to the public
safety and health, and the owner
thereof is hereby ordered to have the
said building pulled down and removed, notice of this order to be given to
the said owner by publication of this
resolution for five consecutive insertions in the Revelstoke Mail-Herald
and in case of default by the said
owner to comply with the said order
within a period of five days after the
service thereof by publication as aforesaid, then such pulling down and removal shall he (lone under the direction of this Council at the cost of the
owner thereof, and all expenses incidental thereto shall lie enforced
against the owner thereof."
H. FLOYD,
City Clerk.
Revelstoke, B. C,
June loth, 1908. jly 1
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that John Michael Doyle
of Revelstoke, B.C., Manager, intends
to apply for permission to purchase the
following described land:—
Commenolng nt a post planted on
lhe easterly bunk of the Columbia
River at tlio north-west corner of Lot
2771, Group 1, Koolenny, and marked
"John M. Doyle's BOUth-west corner
posl," thenee east -10 chains; thence
north 10 chuins; thence west, 40 chains
more or less to the easterly bank of
the Columbia river; thence southerly
'along the bank of said   river 10 chains
more or less to the point of commencement, oontalning 100 acres rao.ie or
less.
JOHN MICHAEL DOYLE,
By his agent, Geo, S, McCarter.
Dated June .Kith, 1008. J27 IIOil
Bevelstoke Hospital Soeiety
Notice to Contractors
Sealed Tenders, (endorsed) will he
received by the undersigned up to
Noon of Wednesday, July 16th, 1908.
for the building of an East Wing to
the Qll en Victoria Hospital, Revelstoke, B. C.
Copies of plans and specifications
may bo obtained upon payment of a
fee of $10.00, lhe same to be refunded
upon return of plans and and all papers in good order.
Tenders must be accompanied by a
certified cheque for live per cent (_.%(
of the amount of the lender, to be relumed lo unsuccessful tenderers in
due course. Successful tenderer's
cheque will be forfeited if he .nils to enter In to a con trot and complete bond
satisfactory to Boat.lot Directors for
dun performance of contract.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
REVEL8T0KE HOSPITAL 8-CIETY,
Per B. R. Atkins, Seoretary.
Revelstoke, B.C. (Drawer A)
June 27th. 1008, 4t
S.8. REVELSTOKE
The Steamer leaves Five Mile
Landing ( during stage of high
-iter) at 6 n.m on Tuesday and
_• i iday, fur Downie Cre. k and way
poi..*-, returning same day.
Freight must be ready for delivery to tenTna of Revelstoke
Cartage Co., Ltd., on Mondays and
Thursdays at 1 p.m., and must be
prepaid.
The Cartage Company's Stage
leaves for the Boat Landing at 5:30
p.m. on Monday and Thursday and
connects with the steamer on arrival
back 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. B139. Dates of
sailings may be changed without
notice.
F. SWANS0N,
PUR8ER.
The Prince Mining and
Development Company
Limited,  Liability.
Head Office: Revelstoke,
British Columbia.
Revelstoke, B. C, June 12th, 1908.
TO THE SHAREHOLDERS OF THE
PRINCE MINING AND DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, Limited,
Liability.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tbe Annual Meeting of the Shareholders of The Prince Mining and
Development Company, Limited,
Liability, will beheld at tbe Company's
Oflices, First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
on Wednesday, the Fifteenth Day of
July, 1908, at the,hourof Eight O'clock
in the Afternoon, for the purpose of
electing officers for the ensuing year,
and for all other purposes relating to
the management of tbe Company.
The Transfer Book of the Company
will be closed during tbe fourteen days
immediately proceeding the meeting.
Dated at Revelstoke, B. C, this 12th
day of June, 1808.
Dr. Clyn Smith. President.
W. B. Robertson, 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 tbe 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.
Wiikie, acting  as  agent   for  Hector
Poirier,   F.M.C.   B7486,   and   George
Johnson, F.M.C. B95051, 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 the abore
claims.
Aud further take notice that action,
uuder section 37, must be commenced
before the issuance of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated Ibis 28th day of May, A. D,
1008.
O. B. N. WILKIE, B.C.L.S.
w iuy27 Trout Lake, B. C.
IN THE GOOD 01 D BUMMER TIME.
Certificate of Improvements
NOTICE
Hkookiini, Di'iimhtinmon and Hiick-
horn Fraction Mineral Claims, situ-
ale in Revelstoke Mining Division of
West Kootenay District,
Whore located! On the north side of
Cougar Crunk.
Tnke notice thnt I, William I. Briggs
of Rnvelsitike, 11. 0„ Solicitor, Free
Minor's Certifloate No. B9I288, aotlng
as agent for and on behalf of His Majesty King   Edward VII,  in lhe Right
of the Dominion of Canada Free Miner's Certifloate No,B04887, intend sixty
days from dale hereof In npply to the
Mining lleeiiKlei- for Certificates of
[ir.proveinents for tho purpose nf obtaining Crown Ql'iltlls of the above
claims.
And further lake mil lee lhat action
tindi r seel Ion 87 must be roiuiuenced
before ihu Issuance uf such Certificates
Of linprovciiieiils.
Daled t his 2nd day of .Inly, 1908,
jly ,| \V.    I.   UllMKIH.
Certificate of  Improvements
ISTOTJICE
Minn it. itiiiiiTiil claim, s-.i_.tmic in tins Trout Laki
Mfnlni iiIvImIiiihiI wont Knot-nay lilHtrirt.
Wlmrii located; ai tins haul ul Goat crook Bails
i-tlJiiltiiiiK Um i.'.sIhsiih miners I claim, Lot im.,
Uroit|t 1.
Tnke notion Hint I, it. Smith, P.M.q. IJJWB,
acting iih niii'iit lnr.l. It. Mai-ki'limc, I'.M.l    NO,
iitn__u, intfiiii, sixt> days from tbo _____ lioroof, to
apply to tlio miiiIhk Bo-O-tlortor n Cortlflcato ol
Improveraoti-i, for tho purpo _ of obtAlnlng s
Crown tlriinl. of tins above claim.
Anil I.mis..i liikn notion that action, initio.
Ho.tlnn 117, must Im i-tiiiitiii-ii-ml bsfors tlio Ihmu-
iiiii... of Midi Ciirtlllontu nl IiiipriivoiininlH.
Da-.il tlila '.:.Ui ilay ol - mm, A.II., lies.
nut.-. . • SMITH.
NOTICE
Notice i.s hereby given that Hastings, Doyle A Alluiii, Limited, will,
three months after date, apply to the
Lieutenant-Governor in Council for an
Order-in-Coiincil chnngiiip- the Company's name to "Doyle A Allnin, Limited."
Dated the 211th day of June, 1908.
HARVEY, MoOartsr A Pinkham,
Solicitors   for  Hastings,   Doyle A Al-
bim, Limited. jly 4 ilm w
LAND NOTICE
Revelstoke Land District,
Dlstriot of West Kootenay.
Take notice that George McCarter,
Sr,, of Revelstoke, B.C., Agent, intends lo apply for perinission to purchase the following described lands;
Oommonolng at a post planted on
the west hank of the Columbia River
at the south-east corner of 1. .1 -OI5,
Group   1,    Kootenay,     and     maiked
"George McCarter, Sr., north-east cornel post," thence west 10 chains,-
thenoe south 20 chains; thence east 20
chains mole or less lo the west hank
of the Columbia liver; thence northerly along the west b.tnk of ihe Columbia river to the point of commencement, containing 28 acres more or less.
GEORGE McCARTBR, Br.,
By his agent. Geo. S. McCarter,
Dated June 2Hl.li. 1908, j mOOd
Certificate  of Improvements
NOTICJB1
Hig Hope Fraction Miuoral claim No. _..
Situate iu the Trout Laics Mlninf Di.l.iio___"of
the Kooteuay District. Located on Poplar
Creek.
TAKE NOTICE that I, C. J A. N.Padlej.
Free Miner's Certificate No. H 88S1&, iutead w
days from the date hereof tn apply to the Min-
iu_; Recorder (or a » ertiflcata of ImprOvemente
f«»r tho purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of
ibe abuTec-aim. And further take notice thai
action uader Section 37 mu..t be commenced
beforo the issuance ul such Certificate of
Improvements.
Duted this 4th da; of April, 190&.
C. J.A.N. PADLBY.
Certificate of Improvements
NOTICE
-Silver Crown mineral claim, situate lo tho Lar-
dean Mining  Division of Weat Koofcooay
district.
Where local*-: —At the head of Mohawk crook
aud adjoining- the Payao mineral claim.
Takeunlic-   lhat  I, R. Smith   F MX'  No. B
KO-s iiclius an agent for Eva O.rard, F.M.C.
Nu. I1V43-1, intend, silly days frum da.eh.r_of,
lo apply Ui the Mining  Koconlor for a t'ortlfl-
cote ol Improvements- for   the   purpose of oh-
taiuiuga i r.swn Grant of tho above claim.
Aud  further take  uolii-e lhat action, uud.r
.«. lust, 37, must bo commonood before lho Lan-
iu.on of such i urtill. ttlo of improvement!,
baled Un.. iih dm ol Juno, A.II. IM.
sat j tl It  SMITH.
Canadian Pacific Bailway Campany
Notice to All Concerned
The foot path atlj'.iiiitf. the Columbia
Itiver Bridge having been removed
Irom Jaiiifiry loth, 1007, the I.ridge
was Iron that date definitely closed to
tho public, and persona trcspawinp
thoreon, by crossing on foot or otherwise, will li" prosecuted.
Bv OmiKit.
T, KILPATRICK,
Superintendent.
I Revelstoke, B. O,
June 4th, 1908, j 13 lm
NOTICE TO CO-OWNERS
To John l.iiiic.t, or to whomsoever he
may have transferred bis interests:
Take notice that I, the undersigned,
co-owner with you in the following,
mineral claim, viz,: Gold Kly mineral
claim, situated on Lexington Mountain, Lardeau Mining Division of West
KiHiteiiay District, of lhe Province of
British Columbia, have done the re-
quired WOTk on the above mentioned
mineral claim tor the year ending 1907,
In Older to bold the same under Section :'A ni the Mineral Act.
And flirt her take notice lhat it within 00 days from the first publication of
this notice, you fail or refuse to contribute your |hji tion of such expenditure, together with the cost of this
advertisement, your interest in the
said mineral claim will become the
property of thu undersigned, under
Section _.. B of lhe Mineral Act,
Dated at Camborne, B. ('., this Mtti
day of May 1008,
satmylOUUd .1. A, Li-WiH,
I M       I     doepalr.      "D
I ll       I     thlr.fi" till tc
le- U II      I    what, boot br
'Flashlights on Human Nature"
DOOTOH   or
Don't de   ■
Toil am cl._s.rl v
aid of
on In-alt h, dlitoMK, love, marrlago and parontan
I you'd ash a doctor, out don't like to
UliiH.r_.rd, It oonla; but lointraduM
Tolla what vou'd ask a doctor.
Md pa_e«, llliiKlralrd, __. oenta. ..-..   _,
ll wo and ono onlj to anr adult for
lOooota.
12*
M   HILL, PUB. OO. THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
THIS CLEARING SALE
—\
MAKES   YOUR   DOLLAR   GO   FARTHER
"
Ladies' Summer Vests,  price only  15ft.
Ladies' Blouses selling for 50c. up.
Ladies' Lisle Thread  Vests  with   Crochet
Men's Summer  Underwear  selling  at  $1
per Suit.
Top.
Children's Bleached Cotton Vests 10c. each
Men's Negligee Shirts without collar. Reg,
$1.00.   Now 75c each.
Boys' Soft  Shirts  with  collars,   selling at *
Ladies'   Cotton Corset Covers, trimmed
60c. each.
with lace and embroidery.      Reg.   40c.
Men's Black  Cashmere  Socks—five   pair
and 45c.    Now 25c.
for $1.
Men's Colored  Working Shirts selling at
Ladies' Wash Skirts,     Key. $2.50.     Now
.Sue. each.
S t. 50.
Men's Congress Boots.    Reg. $3.50.  Now
$2.50,    This is a  heavy   hoot   made to
Ladies'   House   Dresses.    Regular $2.50.
stand hard wear.
Now .Si.50.
Men's Congress Boot, light weight, selling
al s-M-i 1.
Ladies' Summer Skirts in  Navy,  Blue and
Men's Bon Call   Laco   Boot.     Regular  -s^
Black Lustre for $2.50,       Tweed Skirts,
now $3,00,
Summer weight,  S . on,
Millinery at Mall Price.
REID  &  YOUNG
itnttQ} t|i t|i 1I1 ifr »t' 't' 'ft't' '$"fr
I Spraying £
$ Fruit Trees       I
$         Chemicals   for   any    re- '•it
ceip hire   We have llicni •*!$+
•vjr          ready and can ndvUeynn .|+
«|» 1 he best t . use
#    C. R. MACDONALD
KKVI-l slnKI.   H. I.
WE HOLD UP OUR
i|i i|i i|i i|i 1I1 it' i|> '|i tli 'I' 't' it»#
Weather Forecast
Saturday, July U1.I1. — Generally
fair, liglil lu innilerate wind-. Temp.:
Max. sT : . Min. 51 r .
Local and General.
R, 11. 1 'nil-man will be iu tOWH "it
Monday the I3tll and will lemaili
almut ten day-.
.1. R. Wallace of the Fernie Free
Tress will start a tietyvapapcr in Hns-
mer, B. 0.
The Alert* and Sets Oicy will piny
baseball on Monday Jevcning on the
V.M.f A. grounds.
j.. ti. I, Xo, 1058 anil visiting
brethren will attend Divine ne vice at.
St. Andrew's Church tomorrow  night.
l'he Orang lebratioii committees
have decided that the admission lo the
recreation grounds "n Monday will bu
In e.
Tbe basehall game between thu
Hopefuls and Rovt is im-k place last
night rcsti tins, iu 1 win for lhe former,
the score being  15 5.
lt ia gratifying lu learn that l.cvci-
Btoke has been awarded a diploma of
merit for ber district exhibit, a.- well
as special prizes fs>r her strawberries,
Mayor Timniins of Vernon has proclaimed a cuic holiday uu Monday,
July 13, to enable his people to attend
tbe Orange celebration at Kevelstoke.
We understand that the Fire, Water
nnd Light Committee have recommended to the city council that the
city water rates   be  reduced by 20 pet
cent.
The Hon. Mr li reliant   in the "Ita
wa   House   bat   announced   tbat the
government   will   immediately    take
steps t'j oommenca the mirvey for the
Hods in Bay Railway,
1 in Thursday the C.I'.K, defeated
tbe City   at   football, after a very fasl
game, the   score   being   .'I  goal, to I
'. n- re is g pr.'-i t of .1 match between
1 Md Timers ami New Chums, soon
Williams Jennings Bryan "I Ne-
1 raska was nominaU d tor ths third
time for president ol the 1 nited States
by tin- Democratic convention on
I rnlay ,0 Denver, C dorado
1 be I.el.1 - Aid I St, Andn >s -
church will hold tin 11 .um.il lawn
- ...-i.i. and salt   f work "ti  the  Manse
• si'.i 0,  I : nl ij .   Iul)   I 7lh   .ill. ■ >     11,.1
• renins,   The I udt |» udenl I', md will
e ;n attendanct in tin 1 veiling
.1. Doubt, au 1I1I til en Iti vi Istokc
wins lor 11 years, waB watchman on 1 lie
r.F.K. at l-u-iit i<- near lllecillewaet,
and    who    went    In   t-dmolltou about
four iiiontha ago, taking residence in
a Uiatdmg house, lias iliBapiiearod, all
trace sif   him  having been lout,    Foul
play is- .-n-pi-ct- d
1..1 your judgment, because
ue 1.now I bey will sland the
test, For strength, delicacy
of ll.i i ne and modern I Ion in
price I hey excel any others
we know. The cliai-attlrr of
all inu- groceries isillustruled
by our leas. Try them once
and il is onlj indilfereiiceto
Imi li tpinlity and cost, thai
will keep ynu. IV   trying
tbem again.
YOUR NEIGHBORS
BUY OUR CAKES
lire.nl, rolls and pnali y here,
lieenllse she kllsws I bey are
1 rptal io any home baking,
she i- ,1 line baker herself,
loo, If she issn well pleased
with our linking isn't il probable thai yssti would he inu >
.Make ihe trial anyway. The
. hiinge w III be appeeeinletl in
.-111 \* ease.
HO'BSOJ^    f3L   BELL
CT
WE   HAVE
HOUHRH   I'n   LIST   .
I10USI5H   Fill! SAI,|.;
I-'.RM    I. WHS
FRUIT   I,ANUS
NICOLA   COAL
FIKI.  INSUHANOI.
I.lls'l-; INSUKANOl.
ACCIDENT INSIKAMI-.
IIIAltANTKK    BONDS
MONI.Y    TO    LOAN
K 1 >; _   a 1 1 >
&.
•s.
ST   S
And i_ uson
1' R E I   I
a
BEEF, IRON
AND WINE
nnl QUININE IRON TONIC
Imi Ii excellent medicines lo correct system derangements. I'
will pm Ifj your hit,.. I nnd increase youi appetite. .lusl thu
medicine you wanl foi the hoi
went Inr.        Sl.OO a Bottle
BEWS' DRUG STORE
NEXT   IU Ml.   BLOCK        *
V ■      J
The Itomau Catholic diocese ol New
Westminster, which has included the
wliulu mainland ol Britisli Columbia
and the Yukon, bus been subdividi tl
and 11 northern diocese has been form-
eil. Bishop Donlenwill retains the
southern pari,
A private sale nl men's laut.dried
underwear, whitewear, etc is being
heltl daily at the olRce ol lhe si- 111
Laundry,    A large number of bundles
nf washing are now  lying   tin
at tlie oihce .mil 1 heai  will be sold   In
pay for ohurgi - July H -I*
A very valuable suggestion has bet 1
noted upon by the civic autboriti ■
,md thai is tin- establishment of a
street -tain! pipe and drinking fountain at the oorner of  Firsl Street anil
Mcl.eii/.ie   Ave.      This   will be a 1 ll
in the hot   ue.it Ini   .11   the  water w ill
always   bo  Ice   cold  and i rcewli
refreshing
J,    I),    (illliess,   tu-, eetoi     .(    ;
schools   (or   l-ooteiiay, will   be Ira   •
fill red at his own rt ipUl Si  Ifl    (  tin
..ilis-r   inspectorates,     This Ini	
reilialribul Ion,  but   it  li   not decided
)fi wit i will lie the   new   inspeol
I. intena)       fhe    I lior ins|iecl  ra an
A  C .-is-1 nl in, l; \    ind
iill   Dean
l In oil In mt hoi a ies	
the ciij hall and fire hall wc h elei 11 ifl
lights, the eileci being very .trilling
and brilliant .nnl «ill wld i ndt rl ill)
lo I he il.ci in. n i ill 11| lilge liaj
\\ i u.'iiljl iiiggt -i i hni i he-e lighta lie
left tln-rc permanently ai for streel
illtnnination purposes, giving the citj
a more iiinieiivii, busier ami brighter
nppearancee by sight.
lhe    Min   III cm.o    i Inch hii herli,
h tt been using steam power fm driving
tne machinery fnr operating the
presses, eto,, baa tnporsedetl this with
electric power     tin- ;', h, p. Pairl It.-
Moore electric motor has arrived nnl
will shortly bo installed and as soon
as ihe eily can transmit the power
iilung its win-s, tlie complete plant
will I pciated by electrioily.
Preserved in the oatbodral of   Hun
gor, Willi's, is ii pair nl old "dug longs '
which win-used for ejecting quarrelsome tings from ohurch during service
A similar pair is preserved nt, Llayiny
liiys, Wales, and Incurs numerous
teeth marks. II would tint In; a had
idea if our local churches and other
institution! were each provided with
Hitch instruments they would be in
almost continual use.
W. Sinclair, well known in C I'.K
construction work, died at Field this
week Irom effects ol injuries sual lined
in i fall from a tresl e
A box nl t'inli .peoia cigars is of
fcreil by M'-Kinn ri cigar itore for the
crioketer making the U-s-t _c re in the
match on Monday.
■ ■!,. team o u sen t
.- in cricket aggregatioi
i Mot tl i      v • \;ini   B   irni    Brookei
Urn-I   K.,: ... | ickaon, Ma
-
Before   I m  board ye»
lerday al   Winnipeg, tlie C.P.B
ceiled till   -• third   pi. s
tue men md elost lhe c lie It i
probable I hal i he deadlock »ill I..
loon settle
\  king  couceii ... i, i,
ihe   itevelstnki   or cki i olub   n M m
day, fuly 13, al  8 SO p m     n   Helkirl
Hill, in honor nl  the visiting cikskel
mm ' he I ikan igan    I lie i iekt I
 cents    ind   >. i    loin le refresh
mi ni-  pipes  tobat _    elo
i m u mini -il i,   ■■.-- i- : he .  M.C
\ i rimmed i lie I. di lea by l'i to 2
I'ii>- Mine • ■    lacking   in any pertic
ular inenleiii. I -.. Bpl   t hal    I III   I
refused   ki   i'i»>   unless i liej reonivnl
till in        Mile     i. s .    |   I .    ,,,i|   ,,iii,
disappninl ■   irgs      wd   I  ipeei
i lie local tt im gave in
t'l.ai■;>•■   Molr     i n, nb in     Pacific
telegraph Operator al Medicine lint
■ i       Iron mil     las'     .Ja i''     oi   l.ske
Louise near laggan      ll-.  -vas spend
ing it  holiday  at   Lake I -c ebali i
.tii.i had gone out lor t twin. In tin
lake when il is supposed he wns _i-t.ni
with cramps and  sankimioklj In the
cold, deep waters ol tlie lake
We would   suggest   thai   owners nl
.aca it I, lots be instructed b\ lhe cut"..
authorities to   at   once   OUl   down anil
destroy all thistles growing,    ["here is
a large ipianl.ity of these weeds all
over the city which will very loon
become   n    peat,  and   steps  should lie
immediately taken  to have them oui
down
NOTICE
Orangemen are requested to meet at
the hull nl, li a.in. instead of 7 n.in, on
Monday, .Inly LI, as announced nt,
regular meeting    Bu.tneiii    Royal
Arch degree. All visiting brcl.hcrti
are cnrdinlly invited to attend.
.1.   II.  AllMHIKONtl, Secy.
Social and Personal
I''. II. IliilVey of Pittsburg is in Ilu
ony on business,
(J. Campbell of Arrowhead was in
the city yesterday,
P. F. Buateed of tho C.P.B was in
the city on Thursday.
Mrs. T. W. Bradslmw will not receive in July ind August.
Mrs. II. Cunningham Morris will
not receive on Tuesday, July 14,
E.H.Lewis leaves on Tuesday for
an extended business trip through the
south country.
Miss Hirlnirdsiiii, who bus been the
guest of her aunt, Airs. \V. Bison, left
Oil Thursday (or her home in the east.
Mr. and Mrs. It. A, Lawson returned
yesterday front a visit to the coast.
We note with much pleasure that Mr.
Lawson bus considerably improved in
health, the change to the const being
greatly beneficial.
Miss Marian Adair, who has been
visiting friends in tlie eily, left last
night for Vancouver where she will
spend a few days with her parents
before leaving (or Cincinnati, Ohio, to
enter one of the hospitals of thnt city
as a nurse.
Mr. and Mrs. It. Hay,of Edinburgh,
Scotia nil, are .spending a few days in
the eily the guests of Mr and Mrs. It.
Armstrong, Mrs. Hay being a sinter of
Mr. Armstrong. Mr. and Mra. Hay
ate making a lour of Canada, anil will
return home through the Stales by
way of San Francisco ami New York.
Tennis Club Tournament
The following draws hnve be.-n made
in tin' lawn tennis tournament which
commences this afternoon:
lll-vr's Rl.SHI.KH
Kobeilson -I., v Slciitl -L'i i
Scot I, scr. v McCleneghau -15)
Quinu-80 v Barber scratcli (
Macdonald scr v (Inddard scr.i
Taylor -15 bye )
Fishier scr v Anderson -80      )
Brooker net- bye (
Peterson -15 v Lewis scr        )
GENT'S  lii'l'lll.lss
timid-mi and Barber /
Macdonald and Anderson <,
Quinn ami Seal (
McOloneglinn and Brooker j
Taylor and Foster (
Robertson and Lewis )'
Peterson and Scull bye
I Allll.S   Rl_.GM..I
Mrs. Aylmer -15 v Miss Bardie -80 )
Miss l'nget scr v Mrs. Klstin -80 l
Miss Spoiling-MO v Mrs. Morris-HO;
MrsMcLeiinan L.vMrslleiit.heot.-.ll.'i)'
LAD1KS  nouiii.i.s
Mrs. Bison and Mrs. Morris )
Mrs. McLennan and Mrs. Aylmer S
Mrs. Ileatbeolt and Miss Pag t 15 ,
Miss Spurting and MisH Hartlie        )
THE KILTIES
A Fine Performance in the Rink
on Wednesday
lhe best ftilcitnliiiufiil ill the musical line that Revelstoke has bad for
many a long day _as given on Wednesday night by the celeb.aled Kilties
Band, who are giving Iheir|farewell
concerts in Canada before leaving on
au i * tended lout round the world.
As an aggregation ol musical talent
titer can hold theii own, practically
wherever tbey g". and their smart
Highlaud n it if inns anil Linnets make
tlifin particularly attractive.
Die Kilties arrived Irom tin-south
at 5 p.m and prior to the concert
paraded through the city, tbe bugles
and drums keeping up it lively tattoo.
The announcement that the Kilties
would meet tbe Y.M.C.A, at baseball
,tt .-.,.■ i-sI a largs- number of people to
gf .ml- where an interesting
gann si- witnessed from the specs'   noi   tin scientific pointrol
■
Ai 11 p in ihe concert in ihe rink
need    nnd    nearly   lilMI   people
lined into tbe building, the seating
." ■ ''an ii   being all   Ilia!, oould
I he desired      Confusion   ami disorder
•\. i nspicuoua   by   their   absence,
I h opening overture was characteristic of thn Kilties -harp, vivid anil
precise, iheir 'one lieing perfect, As
an encore In the second number, "The
Holy < ii)    wis   rendered   by   t t t
sol.., l» ih_- truly an eici Menl performance      Beveral   ■•■''. linn     rami
i ipei i ... rs gi>. n th. 'l oreadnr in
' aiineu la ing i ceeptionally well
rendered,     im.      i   n„.   encores   In-
Bi 1(11 ti    > - \nl H.nal   .ini
iii' iiidienoe giving .em to enlhu-
iH.iie spplauai a- the "Maple Leaf"
and Hull- Britannia" were thundered
forth, i striking feature of which was
the irombone chorus. Uemi (nun
Stool land   dre ■   ml   I hs audience i he
rjuaint, Well   known   aira lit-nig played
wiih   fei-hng   ami   eflfeol      F/icerpta
from    the   "Merry    Widow    formed a
charming  contrast   lo    the   heavier
music while an cue..re Included the
Ih toil    popular   snug,    "I'm   afraid to
come home In the dark" with variations, showed    what,  nu accomplished
Inuiii like the Kilties can do with any
music set Tins piece created much
unr imi'itl. ami laughter mi Ibe part.
of the .iiiiliinic.c, lhe variations mul
musical selling being vividly deserip-
live of thn hem of lhat. song.   A bright.
feature  of the  programme was the
spirited dancing by the Clan Johnstone troupe, which was heartily encored, the   costumes   in the Irish Jig
being very picturesque. Master Willi-'
Johnstone gave a perfect performance
of lhe sword dunce, which won bi u
unstinted iippbin.'. The b.gpi, e s 'o
by Pipe Major A. Johnstone i.n-tilth.isiii.licnllv n i-i'iveil, the plnyer receiving quite an ovation ns he left, the
stage. A line rendition of the Prelude
to Act. 8, Lohengrin, by Wagner,
brought a splendid performance to a
close.
The Kilties nre certainly a line aggregation of musical talent, perfectly
trained to tlie baton, playing with
excellent precision and time Their
loudest notes are free from that harshness, which proves that the player as
well ns thn instrument is of the best
quality. Their performance was most
pleasing and Revelstoke Iuih nothing
but the best praise to offer. Such
entertainments are pleasant, interesting nnd    instructive,  and    Kevelstoke
can appreciate such music or any performance of like nature and expresEcs
ils thanks lo those locally who were
reiponslbln for |.ringing the Kilties
here.
WESTERN REALTY MEN
Will be Organized at Convention July 15th.
A convention ol Western Canada
real estate agents anil land men has
been called to meet nl. Winnipeg on
Wednesday, July 15th, at which it if
the intention to organize a federation
of Western realty men. The pro-
posid orgmiz.itinn w.ll he founded on
broad lines, tbe object bring to make
it thoroughly national in chaiact.tr,
eliminating all sectional and private
interests, Oneol the objects of the
proposed federati n is lo take up iu
some manner the work recently
dropped through tbe ilisbaiidmeiit of
the Western Canada. Immigration
Association. Tu be brief, it is the
intention to form an association which
will he.ti patent, factor iu lhe general
development and prngresi of the
cbunlry at large. The movement will
mil he organized from any hellish
motives of advantage to real estate
men, but the object will be to benefit
all classes of trade.
ll is doubtful if throughout all of
Northwest Canada there is any one
body of men who ane so closely atlili
aletl with its devel .piiienl. or so interested in promoting its growth than
are the real estake brpkeis, and it is
strange that in the face of the great
work they have uudeitaken—that, ol
interesting the world in Ihe unparalleled investments nl the west—that
there litis been no organized or concentrated action bcieitiliue.
The fe leraiion will mean lite cultivation and extension of social acquaintances among the western dealer
thioiigh the interchange of boapitali
ties', and lhe building tip   thereby of ll
strung espirit do corp. will result in
united thought and action upon the
serious mailers to be taken up which
shall make the inlluence Jof the association what, it has a righl. to be.
Where improved legislation is inquired the strength of the Western
Association will he invaluable, ai.d in
matters concerning immigration and
lhe disposition of government, lands
ils inlluence will be strongly felt.
It. is exploiting neslern farm lands
and city properly throughout the
world, however, that one of the chief
uses of the association will he found.
Churches.
Catholic. — Rev. Father Coccola
pastor. Services nrtybcld on the First
and Third Sundays in every month
at the following hours: S a.m. Communion Mass; 10:80 a.m. High Mass
anil  Sermon;   2 p.m. Baptisms; 2:80
p.ill. Sunday School; 7:80 p.in. Rosary,
Instruction and I'sciieiliclion.
St Aniuii'.w'u PuKBllYTKIlIAN—Rev.
W.C. Calder, pastor. Sunday, July 12
Services 11 a.m., 7:80 p.m., Sunday
School ami Pastor's Bible Class, 2.80
p. in. Prayer meeting on Wednesday M p.m Choir practice and leiwh-
i rs' meeting, Friday M p in.
\l.. riiniilsT — Rev T.W, Hall, pastor.
Services   on     Sunday   as    follow" ;—
At II a.m., morning service; 2 80, p,
tu., Sunday schoil and Bible class,
7 :iu p in evening service, Morning
lllbjoni " The place anil importance
nl praise in the service of HihI." .'-Veiling subjeot "The Lying Abomination." Prayer meeting Wednesday
at H o'clock All nre cordially invited
In these services.
Knox PBBBBVTKRIAM—.1 ll. Robertson, It. I)., minister, Sunday services
il 11 a in and 7:80 p in. Sunday
school at 2,80 p.in. The paHtor will
preach al both seiviccs. Evening anthem     "Peace, Perfect Peace."
BAPTIST—Rev. W. P. Freeman, HA.
pa Inr.    Services al. 11 a.m.   and   7:80
p in. Sunday school and Bible class at
_.:io p. m      Morning  subject,   "The
Message to the Church al. Kpheaua."
..Veiling subject, "The ..tcriiily of the
Gospel,"      HY PC    iiii   Monday  at H
p m.    Prayer meeting  Wednesday H
p to.    All arc invited to these services
St. PrTBR'I Aniii.ican—Rev. C, A.
Proeunler, M.A., Rector, tth. Sunday
after Trinity, H a. tn. Holy Communion,  11   a.m.. Matins, Litany ami
Sermon.     7.80    p.   m..   Evensong,
Sunday sohool I 80 p tn.
Miss Hatch of I/Bthhridge was killed
while glissading down a snow Held on
Weduesday, during an excursion of
tbe Alpine Club at Rogers pass.
'V
RE50LV&D
that we aredetf.?mined
Tocleaivour Stock?
I I.!. i>. f
M    RuSTER. BROWM
OUR STOCK \6 ALL CLEAN .STOCK. WHAT
WE MEAN BY CLEANING OUR .STOCK 1,5 THI.S
WE WI5H TO CLEAR OUR .STORE OF ALL
-SUMMER GOOD-S, To Do THI.S WE ARE
MAKING THE VERY LOW PRICED ON ALL
-SUMMER GOOD5 RIGHT IN THE BEGINNING
OF OUR .SALE. BELOW ARE THE REDUCTIONS WE ARE NOW MAKING ON OUR
RELIABLE MERCHANDISE.
SALE BEGINS MONDAY, JULY 13
Here are some of the reed net ions we oriel- yon that ahould
save you money.
Waan Muslins in all the pretty summer designs. We have
had n big sale of these goods and must clear up the balance.
Regular I7jJo , 2(lc and 25c. goods now     I5,j
Regular 80c , 85c , _0c. and 45c. gotds, now     25c
Lawn Blouses all fresh and new   \ off
Coats and Jackets—the new styles   J oft'
Children's Muslin Hals and Sonnets  \ off
Summer Corsets now only per pair  fiOc.
Children's Wash Dresses nnd Coats      J (,ft'
Children's Straw Sailor Hats, weie 75c, now  50j.
Wash Suits and Skirts  i 0ff
Ladies' Cotton Hose, good quality, two pair for   25c.
LatliBs' Tan Lace Hose.    Regular 50c , now  35c.
All thiough the slock you will (ind reductions like these. We
are bound to clear out these goods and reduce our stock and thiB
is your opportunity to save money.
oMcLennan's^
McKenzie Avenue.
REQUISITES FOR THE:
GLORIOUS  TWELFTH
Everyone  will want something new fur Monday.
Fancy Wash Vests • $1 26 to $3 50
Negligee Shirla at ail prices. Straw Hats
in Sailors and fashionable shapes. Neckties
in all the new shades and styles. Our Stock
is  complete in this line :    :    ;
IVIcRAE MERCANTILE CO.. LTD.
IF THE CLASS LOOKS TOO BIG
better not say a word till you have
drank the soda we serve you. Then
you'll only wish it had heen bigger
and thnt you could bold more. For
if there is a perfectly satisfying, delicious drink on the earth it is a glass
of our famous soda. Stop and have
at least one If your capacity were
equal to your desire you would want
a dozen.
?  Mannings Candy Palace
Kodaks and hints at Bews' Drug
Store.
Green peas, 3 lbs for 25c, Mclntyre
.. Son.
Large stocks of postcards, 25 cents
a dozen, at Hews' Drug Store.
Dairy butter, No. I, 25c; cooking
butter, 20c, Mclntyrn A Sou.
Persian Sherbet—English manufacture, fiOo.at Hews' Drug Store.
Try some milk caramels, they are
delicious Good assortment of candies
— I. Mclntyre It Son.
Fool, cotnlorl—fore soro or scalded
feet, 25 cents.    Hews' Drug Store.
r
PALACE
RESTAURANT
A. H. BINQ, Proprietor
Board by weak       SS.OO
Single   meals 25 o.
McKensie   Avenue
SJ±j-E
J. G. BARBER'S
$5.00
CLOCKS
TRY (INK
FULLY (iUAKANTI-KI)
(!. 11. lt. WATCH INSPECTOR
Reighleya are serving ice cream
Sunday afternoon and evening, and
have buttermilk and sweet cream ou
band all the time.

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