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Vol. 19 , No 4$
MUSICAL
COMEDY
COMING
KEVELSTOKE. B. C. JUNi. 18, 1913
$2.50 Per Tear
One of lhe most complete and host
equipped musical shows of quality,
appears for flve nights at the Empress
starting Monday June 2:Srd. The com
I any is an exceptionally good ono, tho
different casts are well Selected, and
the stage environments arc  the    best
obtainable.
A carload of special scenery and electrical effects are given prominence
each pro luction is staged with that
careful detail that makes productions
appreciated.
A largo, bevy of girls known as ths
"'Ton Sunshine Girls" constitute the
chorus and have well trained voices.
The company ia headed by George
A. Burton that eminent musical comedy star and comedian, who for years
was identified with Weber and Fields,
and he is surrounded hy an aggregation unsurpassable.
During the five nights engagement a
change ot hill occurrs nightly, the op-
ening hill "Variety Isle" is one oi the
prettiest stories staged, thc a.-enes
snd plot is laid on an island hy tho
name "Variety Isle" and the different complications that rise are of tho
calibre to drive away the toils "Variety Isle" is presented in two acts,
with an abundance of fifteen song hits
placing Miss Dorothy Raymond, the
•prima donna in the stellar role with
Miss Marjorie Mandcville, one of the
most clever and versatile comediennes
lefore the public, to advantage.
"The Girl from Panama" a tuneful
melange of song and comedy, is tho
ri "ii.l change of hill on Tuesday
eight.
Popular prie-es will prevail, sale of
choice seats at MaCelonald's starting
Thursday.
DUKE
COMES
COUNCIL
SPECIAL
MEETING
City Council mot in special meeting
on Tuesday evening last. Mayor T.
Kilpatrick occupied the chair. Preseut
Aldermen B. Howson, H. MeKinnon,
F. Bourne, H. J. McSorley and O.W.
Abrahamson.
ASSESSMENT  ROLL.
Asscs.-'or CM. Field was present and
presented tho preliminary    assessmeut
toll for  1913..   The roll showed     iu •
creases as follows over 1912:
Land     $536,8.50
Improvements   143,6f3
School    District  laud     Lb,39}
Improvements      23,IOU
Mayor T. Kilpatrick—Under the now
act tho sites of churches are now &i -
scssahlo thc buildings only being exempt.
Aid. MeKinnon—Thc act would seem
to mean that any other exemption
would havo to be voted on as a bylaw
hut a legal  point may  be unvolved.
Major Kilpairick—lt is doubtful it
we have any authority to vary from
ibis act and we appear to bo compelled to accept the roll as put in by the
assessor according  io law.
Aid. ■MeKinnon—Wo must act on the
loll at onco, we are already very late
this work must he completed as soou
us possible.
Mayor T. Kilpatrick— Everything
counts now; we must push ahead gx
once. t
Aid. Abrahamson—Just one point
Mr. Field, in connection with Ward
Three, 1 seo an ine'reaso of $100,000 as
compared wiih 1912 and and increase
of s'Ju.OUO more than Ward One as
compared witb 1912.
The date for return ol roll was set
inr mi or before June 27th and the
letters of notice to be issued at ona).
Meeting adjourned at 10:05 p.m.
Selkirk immi
mum let
VICTORIA
HOSPITAL
Contract fer Se'kirk Mountain Double Track
Tunnel Let-Will Ba Five Miles Long-
Messrs. Foley bros., Welch and Stewart
Will Complete Wot k—Total Cost Estimated
at $15,000,000.
OPENING
Y.M.C.A.
WEEKLY
NOTES
Montreal, Juno 17—J.D. Sullivan oi
Winnipeg, chief engineer of O.P.R.
western lines, announces that the contract for the double-tracking tunnel
through tho Selkirk mountains, whicli
will be five miles in length, has heen
lit io Messrs. Foley Brothers, Welch
and Stewart, of Vancouver, who were
the lowest tenderers.
When this tunnel is1 built, and ths
i hange of line on each side of i:,there
will be but on* stret h of     2.2 grade
REDUCES ELEVATION
This tunnel will shorten tho line by
four and a Half miles and will reduce
the elevation that trains are required
to be lifted now by 540 fret, and it will
savo 2,400 decrees of curvature, which
is equivalent to nearly seven complete
circles. The lunnel will enter the Selkirk mountains on thc east end in the
valley below Bear Creek station on the
pn sent line and will como out at the
loop.
The Ladies' Hospital Auxiliary and
the nurses of the Queen Victoria Hos
pital were "at ho.ne'' to thc publi.'
of Uevelstoke yes'terday afternoon
uiul I've'iiing, and are exceedingly gra-
litied with the generous response ac -
corded ihoir invitation, One eif the
lovelies'! of June days shone overhead
every    I se blew fragrant    with thc
perfume uf clover, blooms; our pict •
liresque city, was looking its fairest,
and nothing within it-' confines being
dearer io tho hearts of iis eitizens
than the splendid new hospital, ii is
small wonder that thc early afternoon
witnessed  steady   processions  wending
On July first there will bo one of the
greaie»i fun-making day> ever put on
ir. Revelstoke.
Inst ad ot the regular athletic ov -
ents the program will .onsist of comical eventi. The following is the list
of -'I'.mts:
No. 1—Climbing greasy pole, two
events,  one for  men, one ior boys.
No. 2—Obs'tacles rae-o. ior those 0i
17 years and over.
Nu. '.—Three-legged race, ior thoso
i.god 17 and over.
No. 4—Pillow tight, open, 2 polos, 1
tor men, i.f or boys.
No. 5—Two-mile (8 laps] bicycle race
bospitalward,  of women mostly, each   cpeu.
carrying some donation  towards    tho      N'o. C—Relay bicycle race, 4 men   a
linen shower  which had  been request-   team, *J laps for each man, each team
u-ing same bicycle, open for men aud
ed, each showing by their cheerful expressions  that for this  ome at least,
Mr.  Sullivan also announces  that it   filing was' a positive pleasure.
: o it i.i e. boys 14
against  the  west
coast  to coast.
bound  traffic    from
lias been decided to electrify tho line
hei ween Oastlegar and Rossland, start
in,; the work at once.
BUSH
FIRES
RAGING
BACK
Ottawa, June 14—It is announced
that the Duke of Connaught will almost certainly return in the cutumn
to finish bis term in Canada, and the
government is beginning to wonder
what ran be done with him. At present the li: lean Hall premises are in
tbo loss ss,,,11 „f an army of eater-
pillars Th • crawlers have made the
I Ni"' almost uninhabitable. Before
the 111.cith i- ended tb.' Mali will bo
tin[!•■ 1 over 10 a contractor and for
fix months will be iu the possession
oran army of stonemason-. It will
lx- no piie •' for a royal duke anu bis
household, it i-' sail tba', <f the duke
adheres tee bis determinations to return to Canada that the government
will leads one. of tbo several extensive
residences of Ottawa and place it nl
his royal bigfanesa'a disposal. It has
also been suggested that uciommo-
dation might ba secured for him in
the Chateau Laurier. The lontrn. t
for rebuilding Rideau Mall will be
closed  next  week.
S:d Acc'd T
Bdmonton, Alta., June 14—Mrs, B.
Blegart, wMeo! a well knowu tanner
at Morse Mill-, near Bdmonton, was
thrown out of her buggy an,I killel
n ar her home tonight. In company
with ber young Eon, she hail jimt returned from a drive. The boy got out
of tbo rig to unhitch the (earn. but
took the In idles of! first. The animals
at on o bolted, and Mrs. Sii-gart was
thrown on a binder, dying two hours
later from a fraoturad skull and hemorrhage of the brain.
T.  Lindsey of Vancouver is in    the
city a guest at the  King Kdward.
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SQUATTERS
DREAMS
REALISED
The Dominion Lands office at Revelstoke, has been tho scene of remarkable activity during the past week,
when the squatters, throughout the
district of Malakwa and the Eastern
section of the Railway belt, havo been
making their entries for Ian.Is which
Will put iheir holdings into good busi
ness shape and inaugural.- a period oi
very active development in the a-'r' -
cultural industry oi the pi ovine-.
Among the old timers now reoeiv -
ing tli>-i 1- litis, ar,- men who ior
year- have pioneered in ihe wilderness
some h ning proceeded the C.P.R. into the Interior of B.C., and the great
ist satisfaction is   expressed on     all
cb 1 lint through the energy of the
n*ew Dominion government, ihey are *
last reaping the well merited reward
fur a lifetime ol effort and hardship,
1    the trail blazers 0f the West,
The' arrangement* made for settling
lhe complicated cuestion-* of     timbe;
owners and lessees, have     born     tbc
strain  "f  the  past  few   weeks admir
aMy. and th** long delayed s-tfi ■m.'iit
■ e     i;j iiua t.i--  ri^ht-  i- prove ding
..: h ,t rnp..lity and saiooitin.--- whi b
spia't vilums ioi   thi   ikatesm ns   .
i.f H.   P. lir.s-n   repren nai.
tawa    who   hai     brought   0   much
iie> 1. in and knowledge oi li al ■*. I
tions to bear upon these pro
during the past twelve month-. anj
[ejects also the highest credit upon
ih.. administration oi the affairs of
the local Dominion land ofllce.
Tl e s (Hatters are today receiving
the Freedom of the Lands which they
won from th" wilderness, and thi- 1-
n fact upon which the settlers themselves, the Revelstoke district Ui gen-
cm!, and ilie Dominion government,
who have enacted the n leary legislation, stiould .^rtainly be warmly
congratulated.
Cobalt, Ont., June 14—Nearly 50
pettlers in the townships of Tudhope,
Truax Robilliard and Da k, in
immediate vicinity of ihe town
t harleton. lost their homes and all
their bel.ingings in a bush fire which
cut a swath several miles in width
ond swept through the townships on
Wednesday and Thursday. The settlers, with their families, tlod from
their homes and no fatalities uave occurred.
Not since the Porcupine fire of 1911
1 as such a fire swept the north country. Not only Charleton is affected,
but practically every other township
in the district, where slashings have
been made. In addition to the farm-
;is home- whi h were destroyed,
many sawmills also have fallen and
lumber camp- wiped out. Twelve
miles in length was covered by the
Ere in the Lon; lake s.Ttion. The
li rge saw and planing mill of the
f orth rn Ontario Lumber company
which stood o*i the shores of Long
lake, was destroyed by fire late on
We In -day evening.
HAMLET WIPED OUT.
Winnipeg, Juno 14—Owing to the
continued drough bush fires are doing
a lot of damage along the north
shore of Lake Superior, and yester -
day afternoon one of those east of
Chaplcau on 'he main line of the Oan-
BETTER
TER
FOR B.C.
Mrs. Holten who sat at the receipt
of custom all afternoon was kept more
than busy recording the parcels which
came piling up sG rapidly before her.
In the entrance hall
with great brass1 bowls ot gorgeous
blossoms, tho    reception     committee
Loys.
No. 8—Changing
and under.
N'o.  'J—Sack race', 2 events, cne for
men,  ono for buys 16 and  under.
No.  It*—Ducket     1.It,    o,.en to men
which glowed a,ld b0>'s*
of     gorgeous      b'or Nos'   '-  '-■ 3-  4>  an entry     feo
of 20c. 1- asked to be.in by  Juu- 2Mb
composed of Mrs.  W.   H.   Sutherland,   Kur Nos' 5. '*.  Bn entry  feeoi 50c,    ;
president of     the    Ladies'  Auxiliary,   asked to be in by  June 28th.     Three
Mrs. McCartor, Mrs. R. Urquhart and  entries or no race in    No-.   1,2.3,1.7 v
Ottawa, June 14—Tho province ot
British Columbia will have full pow-
the ers as regards water rights in the
'f railway belt, hy an amendment to tha
federal net, which passed the commons
last night. All the water areas' within the belt will henceforth be administered under the provincial wator act,
passed at  Victoria las't month.
All records, grants and lincesea with
Miss Joan Matheson, lhc genial matron, received their guests with a cordial welcome. Mrs. Briggs presided ov
er a collection bowl which towards
evening began to look decidedly prosperous. Kach visitor was requested
to register, and then u.'iored by one
of    tbo     nurses'    to tho   lining room. '
!.*,10. Committee Mr. D.M. Cowan, by
Jun" r.hth.
1      ■ nnection with the above events
there will be a g 1 game oi baseball
to be played by the boy-. A good rotative team bas boon selected,
and a good game is assured.
A _-"ol tug-of-war Uln course    of
snowballs
centred by a lovely bowl of
and Oriental poppies.
Assisting wore Mrs. Robbin-, Mrs.
Footo, Mrs. Denton, Mrs. Wallace and
Mrs. Sibbald, with four dainty maidens the Misses Marjorie Lee, Florence
.auseof the conflicting governments, llilW,.n,t, Doria MeCarter and Evelyn
will bo valid and     provincial govern-   clay, members of the Girls' Auxiliary
Here Mrs.  Kim-aid  and Mrs.  McClen-   Preparation between the city  and the
oghnn poured tea at n handsome table   *-
in the belt, hitherto in question,   be-
ments will bo valid if granted under
the obligations of the water act of
Erittsh Columbia.
Even water on the Indian reserves
wiihin the railway belt will come un-
ucr lbc jurisdiction of lhc province,
providing it does not conflict with the
1 pproval o; the federal Superintend
cut of Indian affairs.
The am< ndnunt caused a friendly de
I ate between Hon. T.W. Orothers who
favored it, and Mr. Oliver, the latter
iie. luring the federal government was
giving away rights grunted by Uiit-
Uh Columbia to tho Crown in 1884.
Mi. Orothers explained the privy
council decision, which was in favor of
the provincial government and again
-1 the federal government regarding
the licenses granted to the Uurrard
adian  Pacific  railway,   enveloped  and   lower company a' IdUooet.   This was
A nurse on each Hat escorted the
visitors and as ward alter ward was
thrown open, each one a picture ol
comfort and beauty, each color scheme'
harmonious and
The Ladies' AuxUiarj ,,; the Y.M.C.
A. are serving  rein-!. |   they
will  provide  all  the   ibingn   tha'.   are
nice.
Admission to the grounds will     be
50c. for adults, and 2'
Including grml s-..Liid.
Reserve this date, -'ay at borne and
enjoy yourself!
BOYS BIBLE CLASS
On Sunday Jun.e 22nd the  boys   of
:. ih.' rev real...::
o uarnionious ana complete, the nd- , irk grandstand ai l iharp.
miration evoked was spontaneous and  ina i>vV. m,-. Ha    I
enthusiastic.   Perhaps the visitors ling cd M
ered longest around the baby cots and   ;,..,.   m;.  y8 . ,ec-
the childrens' room furnished .11 blue  ttumendedand tbe boys may be as-
and white, tir- workoi the Girls' Aus-   ..r,,; ,,: ,,,..
lliary, and     deserving of the highest  lui.   All tbe     members who at
commendation.   Indeed it    is difficult
to specialize or make particular mention oi any ward lor all were -o invit
ini.'.   To ihose who hael never been ia
the hospalal before it was    a p tl
revelation t.i behold   .-uc'.i     beautiful  interestin
100ms.    such   aii.aiy   completeness;  tbe r.• ,-•    and Y.M.C.A
tbe operating room wa-a marvel, tiie  lormer had Ore in  I
ibis clas- during the
invited to a ti
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BASEBALL NOTES
1 'n Monde    ■ ■ ning one oi tbe mo-t
when
1. The
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sunioom      a   luxurious  haven  ol   re-:,   tb
Iiui it  Is nut   ih" pla ■' nf ihis article   hitting  and a  :  ■■■   •  lots  coupli I
i Btroyed the hamlet of Biscoe. bunv-
!ng down the railway station, the Catholic .hurch, the Hudson's Bay store
.nl scores oi dwellings, while ibe big
lumber yards of the Booth and Shannon Lumber company were all swept
away. Th- loss will be about S2.*i0,000
Train operations was Carried on
with  difficulty,  and  wire communicn -
to divert waler from Lillooet lakes
and rivers outside th' railway belt,
hut wbich later ran through the belt.
Holders 0f tinilxr berths within th.-
belt claimed and appealed to the Dominion government, the .a-'* going
hrough the Bupremo - ourt lo the
privy council. The Judgment held thai
ih    Dominion bad  iurisdl tion in un-
tion      between  eastern  and      western   patented   lands,  but  had  parted   with
Canada     was    BUspended    for     some   its Jurisdiction on  patented  lands.   Dy
inning with ihe latter they bad parted also with the water lights,
in further explanation Mr. Crothei
b ai Th.' -ituution was aggravat-
1 : y a tii.- at Thief River Fall , Mm.
■ s'a'ion mi the. Soo line, whi'h normally provid s ,-m alternative tele-
. r,,.. h route to . .1 !'in Oanada.
MORE
RAILWAY
VICTIMS
(SIWMWW^MWMWtslWHPaor,
Commissioner Burbridge of the Hudson's Bay Company, who ia on a tour
.if in paction, announceel thnt :bc com
I nny would build n meoraoule house
in Victoria to e-ost $s.io,000. It woull
also make extensive improvements in
Bdmonton, he said, nnd would put
four additional storeys on the Calgary
buildingi of the compnny in the . ourse
of a few yearn. Thr Wianipeb • «tab •
llHlimemt, Mr llurbrMgo «nid would be
one of the flne«t establishments on tbe
OODtinWt,   and   would  cost  fS.nOO.OQO.
Stamford. Conn., June 14.— Ono
additional death was added to thc list
oi victims in thc collision of tho flrst
and se. ond sections of the Springfield
express here yesterday, making th.t
to'al six. Gregory Dume, a newspaper man employed by the New York
World, died thi-- morning. Inquiry
into the collision began before daybreak. Coroner Phelan of Bridgeport
( pciied an inquest in tbe town hall
and independent inquiries by the rail •
toad company and the public utilities
■ ommis«ion al-o began.
fated that the railway belt was a
iwenty-milo strip on cither side ol
tba O.P.R. right-of-way, In nil   forty
miles wide. The railway for the um 1
part, follows the win ling of the
streams (lowing from boib directions,
Some rise outside the belt and lluw
through it. and others rise inside and
flow out of ii. Many people on these
streams have received patents (rom
ibe Dominion and by thc privy council decision eome within provincial
jurisdiction. There were both patented, unpatented lands on these streams,
so arrangements bad to lie made. It
was agreed thnt the province admin -
ister the water powers, paying the
Dominion government the revenue derived over ami above the costs of nd-
minisi rut ion. The amendment made
this practical.
Later  tho bill  was reported  road 11
third  time and passed.
lo describe the new hospital
I.e seen by each 1 i'i'' n.
The evening arrangement! wei.- -im-
ilar in b 1 ■■: the afternoon. Tir*
Revolsto Dan i added to the »cene
uiib ,., program ol l"autiful musii.
piayd softly on the veranda, winch
was as inm b enjoyed iiy the patient-
ns by tb ■ vi [tore. Sui b '.e.ii • a
riled ib.it ''i' escort nurses added Hr
Kincaid .. 1 Mr. A. M Rae to their
.-ia i. Di 3uth irland an I Dr. 11.in.
jt..n il . 11 1 iiiii 1 Interested au.l
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ibe  >. . e,   n   •  b n I.    In the elinr;
Mra.  T    Kllpatri k  an.l   Mis.   ltobbin-
asaisted  bj   M<   Urnee l'en •■n. K'.rde,
McLe in.  Is.11 al I.  Hamilton 111.
lt must  trying to kill the Umpire resulted   in
the ^ Mi' A. tors by a
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FOOTBALL NOTES.
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Foots    Mi .   Sutherland  p rtved  lin
en dona ion . and Hi 1. Urquhart Um
ilver coll" iions which reached tin
line lotal «ii • , > 1 HUH). "ver 300
regi tered th.ir iiniin«. In the nurse-
parlor the piano was kepi going tr!
nearly eleven, Mr. Tbomi em giving |,,.;,,„ 1
inii'b pleasure with -ome -"plon li I
'»' music. During th'   armv      m..n.i UTTeS     at
Wards have  been     fttistthed  io  th"   Ayr.-.  |.;,vt Prussia, live mf.intiymen
new hospital by th. following     The die(j 0- boat proBti„t.on mil nineteen
are  in  hospitals  a- a  re-ult   of     et ■
baustion.
„nd the Mi -    Hyatt, Thompson and
.    1st.   Tins  Will   be    an
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Tbe Board rs m.-ting    is
until Thursday June i9th.
Rebeccas, oddfellow-. lii..tberliood ol
Hailwny Trainmen, th" HirW Ai'vilin
iy. the AK .'i A.M., tin* Km. ht .
Pythial and the Loyal Orange Lodge.
The ladies will publish the U»t ot
donations after tbeir n'*xt meeting
and it will be sunVient to stty bere
that  the quantities of  beautiful  imn   |
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I    A  moving pii lure theatre is     lieing
installed in Buckingham Palace for the
I benefit of the younger membors of the
1 royal   family  nnd  their  friends.      The
received ixceedtd their most generous
anti< 11 ations.
A word of thank- mu*t be added to
those who supplied the bonpltnl  fM •
W. C. Cowell Dominion Land Agent  King and Queen regard cinematograph   ll'r*aV w',h "uch n"»im'A'«nt bouquets
st Kamloops, is here today in connec entertainments as of ulu.-aUonal value  "■  n"w«'"«     m"Bt of
t'on  with   the  granting  of  BntriM  to  The  theatre will  not   h<»  ready      until
Squat tors  in the Railway Bell. their Majesties return from Cowes.
freshly gathered from our
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is the Ba-ebal Game this afternoon and the Orpheii« Orchestra tonight at
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THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
WBDNBSDAY,  JUNE, 18,  1913.
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SUMMER DRYGOODS
Ladies Tweed Skirts
Ladies' Suits
Only a\ few Suits left to clear at
Special Prices.
White Wash Skirts
Prices $1.75 to §2.50.
Ladies'House Dresses
I:      : !   S3, S3   to clear at $2.00.
Spring Wash Coods
. i ■• stock Never Better.   Prices
. ... .{ down from 40c. and 35c.
Now
25c.
Ladies 1-pisce Dresses
in White Lawn, and Muslins.
Regular $ 1 and $5. Your choice
for  $2.00
Women's Spring Hosiery
Women's   White  Underwear.
Mews i.i brief
Sherwin    pninfc
Millinery
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Millinery
Millinery
We are keeping  in touch with
the Eastern M irket.     You can
il ipend uii'in the  latest styles,
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The eil! whieh provides for ihe Inauguration ui asyBtem of parcel post
wa- given i iii''' reading last week,
'lhe bill authorizes tbo Postmaster
General to organize a paroels post
zone system throughout Canada. Mr. |
Pelletii i informed Mr. Lemieux, former Pni-'tmafter-Genoral, that ihe rates
U) De chRi ed, when deoided on, will
be published ley the Canadian Gazette
It will pio ably lake some months to
work oul the pii ns.
The Hiiiih government has decided
to lay down three battleships ot tbo
present yoar'i naval programme immediately, instead o: next March, ns
origin.ill.,' inlinded, This measure is
taken in cu e iiience of the re.ieotion
by the Canadian t-'nate af thc Naval
Aid i i:; io approp ial • $35,000,000 for
the , on ■ e n ii t iree Dri a. In oughts'
f0|. ib . li, i h Na y. Mr, Win-toa
;■'!„ ,,■  :■ i h irchlll,  1*"iii   Lord ol    the
dml all • nnoiinccd the Govern -
mi iu's d ci on mi the 1 louse of Commons la t  Thlir day.
Ben Bi in to thj extent ol ; 10,000
i e, a fro i u ni ihe w ill of the latfl
Mrm, l.eiin.e Margaret Waddell, who
died some year a o, Lh i eity oi Wiu-
nipeg wiil .1 ••• ii pi lie drin ting loun
tain ia Cm ral Par t c isting lhat
amount. When the lato Mrs. Waadell
diew up li i will li • In iart 'd a pro -!
, iso ,n ei i i-iil.it.n ; that in the ev -
' mt of her h si and marrying again,
ij i . • ei r.oulJ be gi n u to the city for
il e pi : i. of , i*i i tin • a ii. ntaln in'
Ci nt a! . ar.. TUe •, lit was a eepted
I j th    - .    . '.. - -I   - .   iH. • n I as Mr.
a  a '. i   '■   th ' : on 'y go
es    o    he i I'p    ill   no ,'   ih'  os •
■ i In n • i twn s:v I; d. A rrangc-
in-nts will now be made for lhe construction of The fountain, ih,- parks
! ard n ni - givi .1 ci ii ■ n for the
, . i.i , pe led that a
ma ii. in memorial will bo "mii11 and
i Ians  v. ili  shortlj   te    alle I,
,11 e .Me,. ,1     e,     ,,.]     1   i       &li"iVal     ill   Md"
, oui ne, A . i ■ alia, la t .vcei, lion.
Uco ■ ■ ... n ■•■■■. • ana lian .Minister
oi L'xa.1 and i oaimoroe, i aid thai he
Iso od  i bai   : . i"- o li ae ing  ibe     i iom-
I    e.lle'. . a, ,11    he    e. .   uld     I i'    .lilM'    to M-
We carry a full range of colors in the above, both
for inside and outside work, also floor finishes,
___ Stains, Varnishes. Oil Turps, Johnson's Wood
Wyes, etc. For best results see that S. W. P. is
marked on the can. Everything in up-to-date
Paint Brushes.
STOVES—A Kootenay or Saskalta Range made by the
largest firm in that business in the British Empire; will (five
more heat on less fuel, last longer, look, ami cook bolter than
any stove on the in irket to-day, we can prove this to you.
Camp Stoves, Camp Outfits, Baseball, Ivacros.se and Tennis
Goods, Bicycles, Pishing Tackle.
GROCERIES, Fruit and Vegetables. We do an ever
increasing trade in those; Quality Goods, Fair Prices, Correct
Accounts.
We are headquarters for Poultry Supplies, chick food, extra
Grade Wheat, Hay Peed, etc
BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
GROCERS AND HARDWARE DEALERS
First St, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
EARLY SPRING GOODS
Consisting of every conceivable size and make of
Hats, Cloves, Shoes and Underwear; also -., mn«i
extensive stock of Neckties of every shade ainl
style.
We have also a specially line assortmeul of sam| les
for our Spring Clothing Order Departmeet.
McKINNON
Fit-Reform Clothing
& SUTHERLAND
Faot-Ritc Shoes
Siotsor.   Hits
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. ia itoi y  ba sis i i raclpo
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I Rich Co.
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Celebrate Dominion Day
UET    Id^lVCLOOiPS
Fun Zt::r:c ai to a. m. and lasts till rr. id night
BASEBALl
fobtnll
■    Kamloops v. Vernon
- Kamloops v. Revelstaks
- Kamloops v, Kelowna
Al   ■ '    ■      ' ' kinds,        Catchin
Aqual c Spi Climbing I
Motor Boat Races.
Confetti Carnival in tlie Evening
'   me and forget you are getting
th'                enjoy  yourself   foi 1 .
REDUCED RATES FROM ALL POINTS
Tw.-r. itiei  between th"  United
Hates and vcrnment- will bo
violated cio--ly if tbe Inderwool
iw in it- pr'-ecnt
form. This fact, positively made
Inown. li betO| brought to thf atten
tion o! Becretary ol Btate Bryan by
th" dipion.a'i repreeentativei ol those
cflended government!. In private,
three diplomat! < iproB*> great astonishment at the wholesale treaty violations propo«*d irt tbo pending tarifl
bill. The offending provision in the
tarifl bill is tbat which stat."* tbat a
live per WOt, nductlon on all ilutios
•-•hall lie granted upon all good* im -
I orted mto the United Sta tee io ves-
.,- tbat
.-.  Ameri an
tt that
md  in  th<-   I *     re  t'rvit-
i*       IVlth  n'-nily  eve, y   ir.nritimo
nation.   Thn     provl ion oi     *he bill,
; which     waa    CMiffirmcd fn the  \).mtr
aliens, i    now  t.he stlbie- t      of
Ipollti ai enqulrii    at the ma'c dopart
.neni fioin pretMeflt, amba-sarlors and
legations!   They expect to make form
■ al  prote«t     ir.   case the objeclionabl.e
provl ion iemain-1 in  ihe     Underwood |
1 bill when it beromes law.   Amonr the
' rations thus offended are fJrcat.  flrlt-
'ain,     f'ormnny,      Italy and  Holland.
There are fourteen others similarly af-
fected.
irted  for Berlin
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For Hair iiealth
,' ke.-. ..."  Hair   Ionic does
tb< iienlth of your
m.J hair, wc will pay for
ou use durin,; the trial.
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in .   obligate   .
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our belief in Reialf ' S3" Heit '1 .ne,
and out honeety i I pui
mending ii to pout
Retail' B3" Hair Tonic Is aapleaa-
ant t'e iim ai upririE water aod lm*
but a I iilng   ei.er       It BODIM
m two rim .ef boi ind $1.00.
Ymi enn buy Jtenll "'l.'l" Ifnir Tonio
ommunity only nt out HU.re
WALTER  BEWS.
RcTflatokn iiriiie.li  Colnmlila
Thm JtUB!LSter*
Tbttn I. ■ R«i«ll Htorn In n«»rl7 avrry town
«n.l  rlly in  lhn   Onilfd   HUI»«, C«n»<lii «n'l
UrMl  Ilriuin.    Th»re  In » dlftermit  M»i»H
R»ne~l/ fe.r n«»r1y rtarf ordlnnry nmaa III
•Mk rmoitllr AaaitnmrX tot Um pwtieulir ill
for wlei.le It H rrr',if,niri,elrel
Tb* Rnalt Star** ar* AaMrtca'a Oraataat
Drat MarM
■ itj .11 i ■ .i 1 ' I. I v, i n t'.nu.: i au.l /.lis;
tralia. ' unada, he said, was aauti'is
and willing for rcciprooity while -•..'■-
t ea ia appai i ntly te Bame -i ;■
Why, then, not arrange for trade be-
twi n the two ister lioinin'oiis. !'ou-
; . ii-. ili i \ ii iUn ! minister, -. iiln
i   n    I ng lhal there waa a slight trade
■ i> n : nn bei ween the two i oi nt: i in,
sa .1   ti a.   reciprocity   would  cerlaia'y
,    irong Impetus io thc busine<B.
rity, be bi lieved, was a   ;'Oo.i
i    ■ ■  and  v... ild  prov*e advantait.io is
oth i     otries,     , bi b    a lvan**.af;e
ained otherwise.
Kor the flrst  lime in history a party
r   ■ tans hate I ii  their own tour-
try   to visit blurope.   The  \ i -'it is jane
.   the Da ai  ! ana and in ihe
oys, 11 to lu yi ars oi 1
.    : Tibi tan othi er and lii i wife. Th,.'
ni    are ati ro 1  in  their nation I
■ ■.    bul  ba re   a lo it -.1    Englinh
oota  in   , refen n e   :o thn fool -
Bativi      Tb ■ ollicer wea 's
a   .   a       -trim;
i ar, >ho\i •
in       lhe I  ":.s are going   to
a     v   I r Iiui.   Tbey have
i    ore, and  hi her'o
an  alii u le . i  10,000 V .
■ ih  o'.  travel  300
I h    i . itmtains of Tibet, I
i n for the tii--1
it De Im eilles they j
and    ihey play* 1
i       ol   I ie ve -el dur.
. :   i  in their lug-
a smal whieh con-
i, with n eouple
I    by
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London coi rea
mnounce
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man
iy  be
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pl OPO   eel
Thej   ...    o afraid thai     tbe
i linted thai
ii     being
int  date,       A
d ge  in i Pre
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ie    ;,.■ tl   fiiuirn.
willingneig
■ n    'li" Toronto exhibition     in
lug        H4    It wiii .... the in ' time
• ol ■ ngland im i    ever
ft ia  hoped  ihat  the
i ".in| en. |f   the   Kir>K,     but
nothing  . ■ rttled n-i re-
thi       The Prince ol W'ab*n 1^
I'kely lo bt wiih hln father on     thi^
ling   trip    The  trip   to  OaOftdg
ih   only   Uie  forerunner   of  others.      It
Ih Kini- George'i   ambition to be the
flrst      kin*   lo  vi  it   DO*t   "nly  :"!nnaila,
but ni". An 'tralia m, t Pouth Afri.'a."
COFFEE - CHICORY - TEA
Fresh Roasted Brazil, per lb     35c
Fresh Roasted Mocha and Java blend, net* lb       50c
Old Country Chicory, per package        20c
Ceylon Tea, in bulk, 15 lbs. for       §1.00
Other teas,  including Tetleys,  Liptons, Ridgways,
Silver Spoon, etc. -
John McIntyre & son
First Street. Telephone No. 93
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A Remarkable Expression
of Public Confidence . . .
is shown in the statement ol thia Company (or the fiseal year
ending March 31st, 1913. As compared with one year ago, the
following Azures are exoe.itionally interesting:
ASSKTS MARCH 31st,    1913   <45fi.915.72
ASSKTS MARCH 31at,  1912  U11.26S.60
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wbowing a net gain ol $345,647.12
Thin remarkable gain is positive evidence of the convenience and   practicability  of the O. H. I. C, plan.
NKARI,Y ONK-QUARTKR MILLION DOLLARS LOANED
TO (X)NTRACT HOLDERS at 8 PER CENT. SIMPLE IN-
TERBBT DURING THE PAST FISCAL YEAR.
If YOU Desire n Home of Your Own—If you Would Be Independent  of  a  landlord -Investigate ThU plan—Now.
The Canadian Home Investment Co., Ltd.
"Canada's Old Reliable"
Home Office:    PACIFIC BUILDING, Second Floor
VANCOUVER. B. C.
Rcvelitoke Ollico : J. B. WATSON REALTY CO.
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THE M* IL-HERALD,REVELSTOKE
PAGE THBEB
J. B. Watson Realty Co.
Six Rocm Modem House, Corner of Robson Avenue
and Fourth Street S2800
Six Room Modern House, Fourth Street $2200
Eleven Room House,  Fourth Street,  near McKenzie
Avenue  _ $3000
100 Feet Seventh Street, near McKenzie Avenue  $1500
Store Building McKenzie Avenue for Rent.
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Give in Y ur Listings if You Want a Quick Sale
J. B. Watson Realty Co.
W. H. HOROBIN, Manager.       Local Agency American CascaHy Co.
AQENT FOR  PACIFIC  8ALES ASSOCIATION,  LIMITED.
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED  18515
Record of Progress for Five Years—1906-1911
1906 1911
Capital        ....        $ 3,000,000 * 4,000,000
Reserve 3,000000 4,600,000
Deposits       ...       -         23,677,730 35,042,311
Loans and Investments          -      21.457,090 38,854,801
Total Assets        -      -      -        33,090,192 48,237,284_
Hns 83 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents in all
the Principal Cities in the World.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS  BANK DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Interest allowed at highest ourrent rate.
Revelstoke Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager
..INFANTS APPAREL..
Another consignment in the
above lines just to hand   .   .
Infants White Silk Robes, Long and Short
Cream Cashmere Cloaks, White Embroidered Shortening Dresses	
MRS. A. G. CRICK,
FIRST STREET
Laughton C&, Tapping, Props.
First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
European Plan
Open Day and Night. - Meal Tickets, $6.00
MONTHLY BOARD
Strictly Fist Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with  Bath
CELEBHAYED
LAWbUlY
UtClDED
A lomi'li.ated lawsuit     was arguod
cn Monday evening belore  Magistrate;
Hamilton, wh n fete the Dam', sued
Hon.'st jolm     Abrahauuon,    for tho
sum of $20, amount of damage alleged to hav.' been done to a present crop
of oats, and     a  future crop  of  clover
and   timothy  hay,  which crops plant-
led ou     Petes' two lots in  the neither
! legions  o.'  Revelstoke,  had  been roll-
! ed upon   and   otherwise   maltreated by
defendants horses whilst  running     at
large. |
Both principals conducted their own
i cases,  and  very hard  cases   ih.'y  certainly proved.   Several well known cit
i.cns were called as witnesses on noth
s'.d 's, that omiii n:     Mining Engineer
and  Mii, iiilie^i al Expert Andy Craig
was sen  in an iniirely  new  role,  and
after  calling  upon heaven,   the  court,
land all concerned, to smell his* breath]
as proof that on a certain date s«no
weeks  before he  hal not  »r.,-epn-d     a
tribe Irom elii:,elani in  tlle bhape oi
"A little toot". Andy burst forth   as
mi agricultural expert, and discoursed
cn  the Dualities of     hoofed  timothy,
i and rolled oats     ''as  lo the mannar
born."    In  his cal.n     and    measured,
and  absolili im  unbiased and  si ntili.'
ally certified correct opinion as a well
inown     farmer,    there was    not  fifty
i cent- wo .li of damage .K u.> tu Petes
j Cais.   iu  fact  be would  roll  the oais
-right   now as  a crop    improver  if he |
had the misfortune   o o.in th ■ property and crops in question.
I.i   '  ;,n  honest,    innocent   Dane    of
Denmark, Pete could not s'wear to the
I color of    tho   horses,  but  he assured
I the judge that if those five horses or
j more were all brought into the court
house there,  lv would  recognise them
all, and any other honest  man     who
lever drank a glass of beer in     lower
, town,   would    have    no  difficulty    in
I placing the animals as being the same
i bunch   winch  fre.iUtntcd the  stables of
Mr.   Abrahamson     regularly at meal
times.
For several hours the verbal battle
waged, finally his honor appointed a
strictly impartial and well 'iiialilied
committee of abitrators, naming
Mi --is. Madviucks, known as "Weo-
Wee'1 ,Mr. Geo. Latorme and that noble champion oi the farmers rights,
Mr. Sandy McRae chairman, to sit up
cn the ease and after viewing horses,
oats and all, to bring in a true bill of
damages against the defendant. Pete
the Dan' was perfectly satisfied, provided the committee were strictly giv
1 cn to understand thai tbey mutt de -
liver their judgment in writing before
t-ayinj any lompromislng visits to
the contaminating precints jf the
premi ' s ol i'i ul.iV, and with this
final charge, the board i.f arbitrators
were commanded to do their duty like
three L-oo 1 men and true.
The Arbitrators subsequently brought in nn award of $3.50 damage
deeti'. and in order to encourage the
farming industry in thW vicinity grace
fui y paid their own expenses during
the entire investigation, ioi* which
truly magnanimous mnl i- they ic-
eeived tl .ilt in  9  . i both  lhe
plaint! f rn 1 »i fondant.
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PROVINCIAL  LAND  SURVEYOR
Office: Lawrence Hardware Block
REVELSTOKE, B. O.
W.  H.  WALLACE,  M.B.C.S.A.
ARCHITECT
Box 205, Telephone 313. Revelstoke
'lARVE"?, McCARTER
AND PINKHAM.
BarrliUru,   Solicitor*,  Etc.
Imperial Bank  Building Reveletoke, B. O.
Money to Limn.
Offlcei—Revt>l»tolc»,    B.    O..     aad
Crenbrook, B. O.
Geo. S. MeCarter,
A. M. Pinkham, J. A. Harvey
Revelstoke,
Cranbrook
COURT
MT.
OF
BEGBIE,
I. O. F.
No.  1481.
Meete In I. O. O. F. HaU next to
Tapping's Opera House every second
and fourth Monday in month. Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.
H. V. MORGAN, O. R.
WM.   S.   CAMERON,   Rec.-Bec.
SELKIRK     LODGE  12, 1.  O.  O. F.
Meett »ve,ry Thursday evening ln
Selkirk Hall at 8 o'clock. Vieiting
tirethren cordially invited.
C. NORTH, N. G.
JAS   MATHIE, Sec.
KOOTENAY
LODGE, No.
aud A. M.
IS A. F.
Regular meetings are held ln MASONIC TEMPLE. Oddfellows' Hall
on the Third Monday in each month
at i p. m. Visiting brethren are
cordially welcome.
J. HI HAMILTON, W. M.
A. G. BROOKER. Secretary.
O. W. O. W.
Mountain View Camp, No. US.
Meets Second    and     Fourth Wednesdays   in each month in    Selkirk
Hall.     Visiting Woodmen are
cordially invited to attend
JAMES McINTYRB,  CO.
H. W. EDWARDS, Clerk.
REVELSTOKE LOYAL ORDER
MOOSE No.  1085
Meets every first and third Tuesday in Oddfe.lows HaU. Visiting
brethern cordially Invited to attend,
A. Grant, Dictator.
H. L. Haug, Se rotary.
SYNOPSIS   OF COAL MINING
REGULATIONS.
"Dropped it thc
Nd-fleriH Post-Box
Union   Hotel
JUST NKWLY RKPAIRED
RATES,      .      $1.50 PER DAY
Weekly anil monthly rates to be arranged.        Meal Tickets, 21 meals for J6.00
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
A. P. LKVBSQUE, Proprietor
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Citfars.   Rates $1 a day.   Monthly rates.
J.   JLVJBtT&EVT     STOlSriE      PEOP.
Editoi   Revelstoke Evening News:—
Enclosed please find copies oi sentiments a* expressed by fellow travel-
lera ol youi* townspeople Mr. and Mrs.
How-on.
Trusting thai you will favor them
v. it b publi ity, we remain,
Well wishes ei tbc Newlywode.
A JUNE BRIDE,
On ttie train al RevelstoVe, (ollow-
.• 1 by u crowd oi inlk . came in gala
gai'h so gay, on their happy wedding
day; L. A. Howson un.l bU wife,
whom h''ll rli i i.li all bi- lii.'; She'
v. as fair and sweet of face, slender,
lithe and full of grace, hair so dark,
and eyes so bright, shinning with
loves beaming light, and lo'. a debonair young groom withflushcd checks
he met hi- doom see their friends
fiom near and far, tyinc; old s'hocs to
the car; and thi-y started on their
way; in the bridal Btatetoom "A" He
will whisper in her car, much nwect
r.onesin-c, none to hear, for iir; 'goa-1
M.E. Divine; who these two young
folk^ did "join", irave his bU-sBings,
calied them on-. And thc deed was
quickly d.jnc. So they'll journey ol
through life, haopy bride-groom,
•heri-hed wi.'c. All their fellow travelers here, join in wishing (hem good
i heer.
His toast—"Here's to the one I
love in'st, she lies, steal* and swears.
Lie. in my arms, steals my heart away, and swears she'll  |>c true."
Coal mining rights of tbe Dominion
in Mauitoba, Saskatchewan and Al
iierta, the Yukon Territory, the
North-west Territories and in a por-
| tion ol the Province of British Col-
, umliia, may he leased tor a term of
twenty-one years at au annual rental of .1 an acre. Not moro than
1.560 acres will be leased to one applicant.
Application for leuse must be made
iiy tbe applicant iu person to the
Ageut or Sub-Agent of the district
in wblcb tbe rights applied for Kit
•ituated.
The lease will Include the coal nun
mg rights only, but tbe lessee may
'e« permitted to purchase whatever
available surface right■ may be con
■mlereil necessary tor the working ol
'he mine at. the rate of flO.OO ate
acre.
lu surveyed territory tlie land must
lie described by sections, or legal
nub diviHiuiis of sect 11>i.ti, and ln un
Hiirveyed territory the tract applied
(or shall be slaked out uy the ap -
plicant himself.
Each upplicart ni'ivt l>e accompan
ied by a fee of $S whicli will be re
'eindcd if the rights applied for ar*
not available, but not otherwise. A
royalty shall be paid on tho mer
chantable output of tbe mine at the
i ute of five cent* per ton.
The person operating tbe mine shall
furnish the Agent with sworn returni
accounting for the full quantity ol
merchantable coal mined and pay the
royalty thoreon. If the coal mining
rights are not being operated, sucb
returns should be furnlihod at least
once a year.
For full Information application
should lie made to the Becretary c«f
the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to the Agent or Sub-Agent
of Dominion Lande.
W. W. OORY.
SEASONABLE HARDWARE
<*>/* At Prices Neier Before Offered
■*/V to the Public of Revelstcke     .*-.*
We are offering some of the many seasonable and attractive lines and hope to enlarge lhe impression that we are
ready with the goods that are wanted, as they are wanted,
and at the lowest possible price, consistent with good
quality.
Screen Doors $1.50 to $2.75
"     30c to 45c
Step Ladders $1 to $4.50
Hoes, Rakes, Spalls etc from 50c to $1.25
Lawn* Mowers   $6.50 to $10 50
"    Rakes     50c
"     Hose       $4.50 to $11 per 50 ft.
"    Sprinklers 40c up
Grass Cutters $1.50
Alabastine in all Colors
The Famous   MINERVA Paints—The  Best in Canada.
SPORTING GOODS of all kinds
COME IN AND SEE-NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS
Revelstoke Hardware Company, Ltd.
Agents for GURNEY'S CHANCELLOR Rarges.
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Bargains Worth While
25 only Boys' Suits 25 Per Cent. Off
25 only Boys' Shoes, Reg. $3.50 Values	
 Now $1.90
100 Pairs Men's Hose, blacks and tans	
 6 Pairs for $1.00
THESE    PRICES    FOR
THIS     WEEK     ONLY
McRae Mercantile Co.
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Central Hotel
* Abrahamson" Bros.
Props.
First-Class in all
respects.
All Modern
Conveniences'
RATES. $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Rates']
REVELSTOKE. B. C.
. . . It Mioht Be Hot. . .
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It is always fine in the plunge at Halcyon Hoi Springs,
whose natural hot medicinal waters are the mont wonderful health restorer on the Continent Our record of cures
of rheumatism and other chronic complaints is unequalled
and verified by our gratified patrons. Located among tl."
greatest scener.v of Uanada, easv of access,—the Sanitarium is luxuriously fitted and finished for comfort and
convenience of guests.
Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. BOYD, Proprietor, Halcyon. Arrow Lalres
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Read "Mail-Herald" SALES AND WANTS for Snaps
Wood    aflhea     mixed  with kerosene
will remove runt from iron.
Shi I ohm
Ths   family   remedy   for   Couihi   »nd Coldi
"Shiloh coats  to  little   md does   to inuctir
JUST OPENED UP  UNDER  NEW   MANAGEMENT
The Kootenay Brewery
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ALE
Manufacturing
PORTER      LAGER BEER
A. G0URCH. PROP.
RtVElSTOKE. B. C.
<^—GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER    "^>
A PAGE FOl'R
7 HE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY.  JUNE 18,  1913.
IRONING    DAY   is made a pleasure i( you use the right kind of
■   ::.    OUR NATIONAL 4-Pound   Blectric Iron costs but 4  cents
tn to   iperate.    Absolutely guaranteed Trice $4.00
THE HOT POINT LINE
STOVES, TOASTERS  AND  IRONS
ELECTRIC FANS
KEEP YOUR OFFICE OR HOME COOL
(the.,    au*u evalb
POBWSHKIl   U'HON'ESDAY   AND
SMTKHW   AT
final,    i
'Uio Company.
,i "i *th IN.   Manager.
ll ei   'H   ii    SORUTON.  Editor.
WEDNESDAY,   JUNE  18,  1913.
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^T^e^ Vt^«^^^JllDeaJ»llMlWI»»r*lll ll e Ttlil^f
R. Z. CRAWFORD, Contracting Painter
SIGN PAINTING AM) ALABASTINE DF.CORATING
A    SPECIALTY.    SATISFACTION    GUARANTEED
SHO? IN CUMMING'S TRANSFER BLOCK,  -   SwgBft 8TRHET
»TOK£, B. C.
If *, -J .   i ■-        ..iim.:  t.    j':r    '"^ ■i||||f|m»,**«v«ii"H'»WMn'n',W'n
Arc
you
Interested
IN
Cui Qlass Values
We have just received a large shipment of
finest CUT GLASS obtainable at values
therto unknown, and are making a
special effort to interest you. Our window will be a revelation to you. Come
and have a look. Every piece is marked
in plain figures and the prices will surprise you. It is up to you to benefit by
our good buying and we are waiting to
show you
(.i.i ens must have noticed the great
improvement made in the appearance
of our streets at nights by the additional lights strung outat various
suitable io a.ious across the roads
leading from the rity hall to thc lower town.
Hi e editor is of opinion ihat this good
work should be continued and extended. The municipal power plant might
t.e utilized to n nu' givater extent in
ihe direction of encouia ing business,
t.niKi.li tin- foliey of better street
lighting.
To  attract  spenders  inlo   town  our
l„ .si a>ailable plan would lie to ilium
iiiai,.  ili' streets every  nLlii   on       a
ga a  sc iie-   Strings  ..if  lights of various colors      might  well be huuc;     ai
closei   Intervals all thu' distance from
the railway station up McKenzie ave-
i,i.,.  and  via  First  street   tout    least
the  hospital   corner,   if   possible   right
to the Columbia river bridge.
1,, t  ;li ■ iily      briehten  up    and  by
lull  use of our  public utilities
ii,o it   i h ei lul   and  invit -
ing aspect to the stranger with money to spend,  whom  we are so anxious
j io  Liiug   iuu  our  midfc'l.   Why     not
I "He, el. to ie   ih-   Electric  City"      th.'
j mec. a of everj   "Live    Wi.e      wiihin
lhe Interior  of  B.C.
'lh' case brought into court by Mr
P. Peterson following repeated trespass on his property wiihin ihe city
limits, o.' live stock allowed by owners to wan.Icr at large through the
city in defiance of the city pound bylaw, will serve a useful purpose if it
results ina more rigid enforcement of
ite la • hi th s i ai'ti ulai ■ 'I he hum
, r of the pro-.eed.ngs between two
-,i h ..J ki o.vn an i iesp cted citiz -
. ns as tne plain i I and d (. ndanl in
:li- cast) should no! be allow .1 io ob-
.-.-u:*t the fact lhal city bylaws ai*3
ma le for t.ie prote ition o our citiz
ens gen rally from pttbti nuisances,
an 1 that   It U  the cli ar dut>   of     th •
ity council tu Insist u, on their enforcement. !t Is almo i unfortunate-
that it sho ilel lla-' been 1 it to a
I rivate citizi n io al his ow n i spi a
expose a l-i n iin ■ griet an e wliich
i ught in rcalitj to . larded against i-\ th • pai I piioti oi ni law an 1
i.r.i iin .li iploj of thc corpoia -
l ion as a pai the duties which the
i        mighl   righ ly expe< i   ihem    to
1 ii inini.
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Good housekeepers commence
using Wilson's Fly Pads early in
the season. Do it now. You will
not k 11 many, but every one represents thousands that would infest
your home Inter on.
CANADA'S BEST
. int^TjmrT"t*i znrz'ixzxnr-.Yj: •y^'xrstnra^
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*Piancs
< CTMjpcumtitTV.^TrnMrsa .-3r:irjiaaiiitn»Hinsi:-*'
IM  USE 40 VP..-RS
GOOD THEN    BCTTSB NI'W
'itiee'' S'l'e, lY.ritv of Tone,  Sus'epii
■lli'\   e.l    f illC'l,    I-Clllle   ci|   l-'liitsll,   Vv'ellk
i ni- hip .-mei D iMbility.
OUfl PLAVF.H ri' *■•■: 3
villi  liuin   -i'ii e-       Itl|      I  ■■■■•,    ,l    s   nl! '.i'l
.Mil St   PUIIH'    fill     11    - ,|l   A    -I !•'!   - I'lll'
el e   ,11 fei'       ill     t-   II   ".      ..      "       ' id   '    ...
iiii c -. Me >il tfiviiijj l'i--'i'i: ■ sei vice.
WC. INVITE O0MPA.RI3ON
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For  Quick  Sale
i <    ,
House, Corner Second and McArthur, 50
Feet, Easy Terms  $2950
House,   modern,   Fifth   Street,    50 Feet,
Easy Terms  $3000
House, Corner Robson and Fourth Street,
50 Feet, Easy Terms  $2900
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
JOHN D. SIBBAU), PUBS. J. D. SIBBAU), JR., SBC.
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TIRED ?
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THEN A CUP OF
HELL BLEND  TEA"
will refresh you with its bright, spicy
Savor ami fra^raucy. Sold in 1 Ib.
lead packages.
Price, 35c, 40c. and 50c. per lb.
G. W.BELI
P. O. Box 208 GROCER & BAKER
Phone No. 23
The very lic-t material nnd fie lies*.
ikill that money ran semre me em
alove 1 in their co  sti uction.
Howson £S)> Co., Ltd.
Furniture, Carpets and Linoleum at Eastern Prices, Freight
cyldded.
Howson C& Co., Ltd.
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J. Quy Qarbers
Revelstoke's pioneer Jeweler
THE   HOUSEKEEPER
OF   TO-DAY
lines not have lo Beed raisins, wash
i in r.nils .nnl iln Ints of other things
lur nn.tlu-r bad to- She just comes
tn this grocery and k>*,s bucIi things
all ready for use. besides a hundred
other articles that make housekeeping easier and life pleasanter.
—'    Hobson's Bakery
Phone 41
Box 734
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IT'S PLEASANT
TO BE SERVED
19  miii are
And  the service if
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THE F.'NE MEAL YOU WILL ENJOY
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istotice:
$50-GIVEN   AWAY   FREE   $50
TO ANY CHUKCH IN THE CITY OI* iLSTOKE
H.  E.  HULETT,
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Thi. offer closet on  lane  15th  a ingementi »re
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STRIKE    WHILE    THE    IRON    IS    HOT
H   1:   lll'l.HTT bsodlesothef lioaaef work, all of .inch
guaranteed to satisfy.     All   vork  'lorn- prompt*
SPECIAL OFFER FOR JUNE
Bptda] Batat will be  given  t" .iii;   aii'l all  who drew   dp
their COtltraetl in   Ihe   month   of   Iuui'.    All   pertoni   who
tnten'l to litnldor repair I 1)  ''iiiiihiiK' llJildt "r oulsulf will
wel!  to call on
H. E. HULETT.   •   Residence: 27 Third St.. Last
1 <>r  Herniates, Bt<.
Workshop in Rear - P. O. Box 349
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IthHr etfll.ftirnf'l  triumph    ior
any rea i,ii    o beHeve   tlMl   'V.  (run1
ir-r^mm  who  today  art Al   Inst   ,'inr<|i
Ini; th"     full  fm.-      .'   |   lifniirrn-     ot
tfiil,       will       overlook     H ruler,:
thnnkn  whi h fft -■,„. to  'Ur,.,-  ptlbMi
i>.   '"i    PaftMl     wbow efforty imv-
IccTl  tho i.rijri<-  rno'iv-   pi  I
itiC tfhonl   lhe  untitdti' -I'-menr
of ao rominlrnt;H «  piKhlem  ,m     lhl
"Si|i!ntters   rUfhta."
WINDSOR    CAFE
\  i.   Tiiiaki -o*. M inugi i
DOMINION
ROYAlMAIt
STEAMERS
LARGEST STEAMERS^CANADA
SAILING EVERY TUESDAY FROM
MONTREAL QUEBEC LIVERPOOL
New S.S. Laurentic. (15,000 Tons).. New S.S. Megantic
First-Class-$92.50.      Second-?53.75.     Third-$32.50
S. S. Teutonic
582 feet long.
Twin Screw
Steamers
S. S.Canada
514 feet long.
Only One Class Cabin (II) $50.00 and Up
and Third Class $31.25 and Up, Carried
For Sailings, Illustrated Booklets, etc., apply to
COMPANY'S iOFFICES
619 SE30ND AVENUE, NEAR CHERRY ST., SEATTLE
C. P. R   TlCKETJACENT,   REVELSTOKE
FRUIT AND ORNAMfNTAI.
It m*liM no flifr^rT* n-,,* j,-. (igut* on
• ippfy  y«>'t.
t Tf   \-!'*k
All   fff^t.    pttnl*.    tla**     Urr>».   -abrubn.
*i*tfrnn*.   t'ft   tic .   v,-\  df  ui tfA goar
TRIE TO  MAMK
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m;n BOOl
ANDSCAPE GARDENING
Bc   WHAT TO  PLANT"
•tZ PAGES, l<y»(STAMP5)
PRASER
IVAluey
URSERIESlw
RICHARD MKOMB.GEfll M6R
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BOX.A.ALDERGROVE.B.C.
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LET   US   DESIGN   YOUR    STATIONERY
i -iiiHMuf it ba*lDMN ti'iu-f m
.. ii... imi iii iin ■tatlnntrj li i *>■>
t«i Iikth ih<- Im -i id it h inini Wi*
•jit* jron ih» iiuf'M'ti .)ii iiity at it-
ioitmi prioi    Krw WtlitftuM
Mjll-H-nrald
Wt* offflf you tsptrt Kprviiuv   Print
I- mir I'UHin..- ■ .*. n»l nut hulhy  Un>.
In lhc   ln*-t   ■■■ 1.'. (cm    (if   MMf   :* T i-1
Hr   Iim:   Pratt t\|»e «e s* - l-l -uiciiih I it \ nml    in .'irt
neu of ileiinn ami mpul drlirery.
UNION BARBER SHOP
ii
We have just opened a shop in the
IDEAL POOL ROOM
After six years service to the Revelstoke.
Public we scarcely require ah: int*oduttio*n
We solicit a share of Special attention given
your patronage   .   . to children    .   .   .
JOS. HACK WEDNESDAY,  JUNE 18,  1913.
THE   MAIL-HERALDREVELSTOKE
PAGE FIVB
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Free Public Telephones on Each Floor
Rest Room for the use of the Pub-
lie on the Second Floor,
Ntw House Furnishing and Carpet
Department on Second Floor.
Watch Our WinJows for
Special Lines and Bargains During This Month
Look at Price Tickets.
LADIES' HANDKERCHIEFS
A Special in Ladies Handkerchiefs. Somo haw lace
edges, soma plain Lin n, some Fane-y Embroidered and a nice lot   of Linens at (l Bargain two fo;- ...25e
LADIES' SUITS
SIX ONLY—LADIES SUITS—Nice Styles, light Greys,
and Tan-', this Springs Goods. Sizes 34 io 36 and
38,  at  oni.-bali regular prices, $35.00 for $17.50
SUMMER HOUSE DRESSES
N.-.v Summer House cud Afternoon Dresses in Wash
Material^ in Colors and White. A nice lin; from
to pi.-k from at prices fio to      $25.00
CHILDREN'S SCHOOL SOX
A gi .it Collection ol Childrens' Short Sox in Cash -
mere and Lisle In the Half anl Three-quarter-
lengths. All e-olors and some in lace and other fancy
Patterns.    ,li   at   per   pair   25e.
INDIAN STENCIL PAINT
COME IN AND SEE THE DEMONSTRATION OF STENCILLING NOW BEING CONDUCTED UPON THE FIRST
FLOOR. LET US INTEREST YOU IN THIS WONDERFUL NEW ART THAT IS BECOMING SO POPULAR
THROUGHOUT THE COUNTRY. WE TEACH YOU ABSOLUTELY FREE OF CHARGE AND EXTEND A CORDIAL 1 NVITATJON TO EVERY LADY IN REVELSTOKE
TO  PAY   US  A  VISIT.
HERE FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY
MIDDY WAISTS
New  Lot of  Middy Waists  in   good Btylea at each    $1.00
FANCY NECK FIXTURES
.   New Fancy  Neck Fixings.     Bow Collar . Ties, etc., etc.
New   Bulgarian  and   Turkish   effects,    Some   striking
Novelties   at     Irom 35.. to    $5.00
HAMMOCKS!  HAMMOCKS!
Hammocks, the kind ihat will not fade. Full .-;.-',
all with pillows, fringe, Hooks to hang, etc.. at
ea.h  $1.75  to $1000
Radium Hose for Ladies
Tan and Black, any size. Thi 5 well known and
wel! advertised hose are the most popular sillers in
Lisle hose; some in Gauze Lisle, some in heavier
makes, &t	
40c   50c   75c
Furnishing Department
s Oxfords
A Complet" Line of ihs tiiie-st Fitting Summer Footwear for men ever shown in the eity. You know the old
style of Oxford that 8lipped at the heel and gaped around
the ankle; only the best lines have overcome these difficulties and they have found ii possible only by making Ox-
Fords on specially designed la-ts. All our lines are made
on Oxford lasts from th" besl leathers obtainable and by
methods which have proved the most wear resisting and
economical. By careful study and .omparison we are able
to assert that our lines of Regal Oxfords e-ombine the best
values1 on the market with the most up-to-date Btylea and
fitting qualities.
Black Gunmetal Calf
BLACK GUN METAL CALF OXFORD — The new
flat heel and tread or the short vamp and nob toe
They are here in Blfecher-' and Bals, all sizes and
widths,   prices $4.00,   $4.50,   $5.00   and $5.50
Patent CoSt Oxfords
Tan Calf
TAN  CALF  OXFORDS-The    flat   tread     last and tba
...medium toe, with the slightly  longer Vamp.     Also
the long    vamp and  straight,     flat,    tread.   Priced
S5.00,  $5.50 and   $6.00
PATENT  COLT OXFORDS—Button and lace    lasts on
tbe short vamp and high toe^.     Pri— S5.00 .,:. I  $6.00
Ladies' Oxford's
Ladies Oxfords on Friday and Saturday will be within
the reach of all nnd every purse. Fifty pairs of up-to-date
snappy shoes will be m the bargain table. All -izes and
all at  the one prie*e	
$2.35
PER PAIR
Our Grocery and Crockery^ Department
Crosse & Blaekwells Marmalades
Orange, 4 and 7 lb. tins; Orange, 1 and 2 lb. bottles; Lemon, 1 and 2 lb. bottles; Mandarin
1 and 2 lb. bottles.
ROBERTSON'S Golden Shred. 1 and 2 lb. Bottles;   Tangerine, 1 and 2 lb. bottles;   Ginger,
1 and 2 Ib. bottles.
NOEL'S Fig, 1 and 2 lb. bottles.
DEADMAN'S HONEY L&rt9lealers- ^ Bott,e9-40c- Bottles-35c
Bottjes. 25c.
Something Extra Choice in  Fruits
Hyntls Peaches sliced, in Tins      .    .    —j
Hint's Peached hal£,       ",'   '     j '    r   \
Hunt's Apricot, halfs,'    "       '  <     < v..
Hunt's Royal Anne Cherries, in Tins, -,
Hunt's Pine Apple.
.   ^NE^AND Gretngages, Lombard Plums,
* ''Strawberries, Raspberries, Peaches, Pears.
Cherries.
IS THE TIME FOR FLIES
li; In! V
We have a large stock of Wilson's Fly Pads; Tanglefoot Fly Paper in sheets; Two-Inch
u *.' •   ' ■ ,    .' r ■ • '   * t        . ,
Viper Fly Catcher, 50 to abox,.$1.75; Four-inch Viper Fly Catcher, .50 to a box,. $2.25.
J> ♦!» $ $ 'V 'I' 'I' 't' 't' 't' 't'»'t' fl «t» $ 'I' '3' ■$' 't' 'I'»«fr 'I' 'I' ft ■!» '!■ $ ■!■ ■!■ i%i it't' -ft <$H$f
1   WATCH OUR CORNER WINDOW
FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIALS        I
Jh$H$H$h|h|| $ $1tjl lf> fr'Il $ 1$ »|l <$H$nfr $1 $1 l|l 1$ ifr l|l l|nfrltl ill ijl ill ill ill l|l ^l fll ||| |t
House Furnishing Department
Reduction Sale on Carpet Squares still on*. Qp not wait but buy now.
VERANDAH SCREENS—Something everyone requires. They will
keep out the sun and at the same time let the air in. We have them in all
Sizes and colors.
WALL PAPER—We carry a complete stock and can please every taste.
We also handle Beds, Mattresses, Comforters, Pillows, Curtain Shades, Curtain Rods, Linoleum, Carpet Sweepers.   Goods and Prices are Right.
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THE   MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,   JUNE  18,  1913.
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How to Get in Touch With the Real Estate Investment Chances
Grasp the chance that will make
your Fortune!
You will find such opportunities
by getting in touch with our Real
Estate offerings.
Let us show you some Good Buys
in Business Property, Houses, Lots,
and Acreage.
The Head offices for the contractors of the double-tracking west of
Revelstoke are located this week in
the City. The housing for the army
of men required for this work is now-
being rushed. In a few weeks everything will be in full blast, and many
men who are wise enough will be
picking up Real Estate Snaps in the
City.   WHY NOT YOU?
Offices, Opposite City Hai!, Cor. McKenzie Ave. and Second St.
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ART. JOHNSON  Revelstoke Real Estate, Timber, Mining
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Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.. Ltd. PUL£WD0,?oDTC
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.
LIBERAL
LEADER
ANE LOSS WORRIED
Manufacturers of Aerated Waters
WINES
LIQUORS
CIGARS
Agents for Calgary Beer
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ttt tote]    ttt  ol     1911.
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WALTER WHITBY
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High Glass Decorator
Painting and Paper hanging
KALSOMIMNG, STAINING, WRNISHIV , flT.
Residence   ■   Victoria Road
BO\    ^"»4
The Kevelstoke Boot. Shoe and Harness
Repairing Department
ARMSTRONG   &.   COMPANY
MAKERS    OF    FINE    WELT    SHOES
The style, the workmanship and wear
And comfort horn of every pair;
Of 20th Century welts that's sold
Will draw new trade, and hold the old.
J. P.SUTHERLAND| I G. BURRIDGE *
Transfer      Draying Plumbers and Tinsmiths
Handling Pianos' a  Specialty "•P»lr«.  Hot Air and Furnace
work a Specialty
Phone 42  -   Night Phone 85
-WORK   8HOP-
Oonnaug-ht Av*.   •   Rovolstoko
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and for (Trapping,   Tbt   olutio
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pulp,  rr,nnlH"i  of    ■   .nt,- liv*  i •
Bodium    uptae i
i wenty Bve pei   wi ni lime   Mo i M
,,!!■   ii  I'd,   (fiviHg   C "II"'    .    e,f   ninniU'ii
ance, and almowt nil kinds nl   wo"d
lire  adaptable   to   lhe   i.mrr.n.     wlmii
in, in this way neperlally, superior to
soda aiwl milphlU inolhodB.
. va,  June  11—Th..  perturbation
, nd Ul ol Sir Wilfrid Laurier,
• causing much intorest nnd amuse -
Ll appears that thu
ader 'na- been dwelling upon
eats of tho last month of    the
in.   lie  has  gone
the defeat of tho
Date majority   at
it han    dawned
on hm. that the activity of one or
;    . u.idiau followers
a   much too no-
raa     badly
tbe plot    was
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up to the poini e.l touring tbt Bngttt
Npeaklng  |>ro\ inrr-J t0 qprond  hi»    ,*,».'
nml i in lh" llr^t. t*non.
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Branchea ot* Agents al nil principal points In Canada.
Agents in (innt li.iinin mul L'niied States—London, England,
Lloyds Bank, Limited, Chicago First National Bank, Corn Exchange National Hank. Seattle- Seattle National Bank. Ban Fran.
iie.. Well- Fargo Nevada National Bunk. Spokane—Exchange
\ it lonal Hank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of $1 and upward, received, and interest allowed at
current rate from date of deposit,   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
bOO<>OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOi
Dominion Security Co., Limited
OF REVELSTOKE, B. C.
len I" announce that they have opened up offices at the
Corner of I-'irst Street and Connaught Avenue for the pur-
pose of handling real estate, timber, etc, It will pay you to
call and kH particulars, and get in on ground floor prices.
We also make S specialty ol listed property.
A. McRae,
President.
T. Kilpatrick,
Sec-Treasurer
P. O. Drawer No. 4.    Telephone No. 321. WEDNESDAY,   JUNE 18, 1913.
THEIMAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGE   SEVEN
EMPRESS
.    .  FIVE    NIGHTS   .   ,
START! X( J    MON 1 )A V
JUNE 23
A MUSICAL SHOW
Q. U ALI
FRANK RICH COMPANY
• Eastern)
PRESENTING    THAT   TUNEFUL   SONG   EXTRAVAGANZA
bi.
VARIETY ISLE"
1
p
e
RIG    MUSICAL HITS
ELABORATELY    COSTUMED    LADIES
12
FEATURE
SCHOOL
EXHIBIT
EViusical Comedy Stars
SPECIAL    SCENIC  PRODUCTION
RESERVED    SEATS
AT   MACDONALD'S
BEWS    JilUXi   STORE
Hoy]5tiolJ Rubber Gte, p pair 75c and S1.00
Rexall Celery anil Iron Tonic    $1.00
Rexaii imi Tatl.ts       50c
flexai: Hypoplrophltes    SI.Ofl
Rexall Sarsaparilla     SI.00
Retail Cdj Liner Irtract    Sl.00
Ramember that every Rexall preparation
is fully guarante •!*..■. - . is faction or
your money is ret irned.
BEWS The
Store
L.E.GRIffJTTHS
Hay, Grain and Feed
Office :
Cumming-'s Transfer Co'y
Second Street
G. W. HALL,
Manager
ASTERS
are going   fast.    If   you   hive   not
I  -,.  .... order \ "iir In riding
ts nl "ii a- an I - ive ilis ippoiht-
nieiit.    Wi      ivi vet)    best   in
the l'i
REVELSTOKE
NURSERIES
W. II. Pottruff, Prop.
PHONE 56
. S. Hevelstoke
i\ THE HIGH   COURTOF   JUSTICE
PROBATE DIVORCE  .AND  ADMIRALTY   DIVISION.
DIVORCE.)
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
SWIFT'S . . .
Blood and Bone
FERTILIZERS
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd,
WATCH THE MAIL-HERALD ADS
During low water season
steamer leaves City Wharf
G a m. every Tuesday and
Friday for La Porte and
way ports, returning same
day.
Freight and passenger
rites made known on application.
F, Swanson, Purser
Phone—57
TO:—
LEOPOLD SANDERSON late ol
Revelstoke, Uritish Columbia, in tho
Dominion of Canada but whose present address is at present unknown.
TAKE NOTICK that a Citalion has
i een is>ited in this Division citing you
io .ii pear and answer the Petition of
Ethel Ann San.lerson of 12 Chatlield
Road, -Norton Woodseats Sheffield in
the- County of York praying for a dis-
.?;iltnion of marriage. In default of
your so appearing, you will not be
allowed to address the Court, aud the
Court will pro. eed to hear the said
Petition proved and pronounce sentence in respect thereto.
AND TAKE FURTHER NOTICE*
ihat for the purposj aforesaid within
two months after the date of this
publication, an appearan e must be
entered at the Divorce Registry, Som-
usei  House,Strand.  I,, ndon.
ROBERT A.  TRITCHARD,
Registrar.
Solicitors  Sharpe  Pritchard & Co.,
of  12  New Court,  Carey  Street, Lem
con,  W.C., Agents  for Geo.   J. Simp
son  &  Sons of Sheffield.
Ist issue J.H lw. -li.
Among the promised visitors for
this week we have Mr. J.J. Dougan,
of Vancouver, who Is calling in tbe
interests of educational work and the
Vancouver Exhibition, besides planning for companies of Cadets or
Scouts, He will ask the se-hools to
contribute of their best iu respect of
pupil's work, to tho end that this
year may seo tho largest aud most
1 roviuce wielee exhibit from schools
lhal lias been over attempted in tbe
West. By getting even ihe most distant io send in their best work there
will he- provided as it were-a "short
courso" oi summer sehool for all who j
attend the exhibition.
Every feature ni school (or individual work will be called for Including, map-drawing, original composi -
lions, fancy loitering, penmanship,
I ii-iii.'SM letlors, • ollections of shells,
i.ii ural bi tory, specimens, illustra -
tions of-games, nursery ryhmea verse
etc., carving in wood, -ketches showing     the   various     sta        ol        lO'.vtii,
cardboard, besl collection of insects,
i ml plants injurious io garden or
Sold, basket weaving, and every on
c i /able s hool exhibit. For each list
ih- first prize, will range from $1.50
to ?3O0, besides a very long priz lisl
ihcro will be many medals.
To ih.. boys and girls Mr. Dougan
It) disposed to promise a mosl enjoy
able and interesting timo and lo say
that the Management of the Exhibi •
tion are going lo make the weatherman iheir guesi throughout lhe entire
. and that accordingly he v, ili be
■ •: ,,■ a in len anly in mann t. Tho
leys thereto I him   to
. :   i.s '..•■   . .-ee     much then for
.   r    'hool   'ysti m or   hall  I    .
o   ■ and e'iils will do.
But llii* whole i aiure- of ihe ■ xhibi-
i ie n is hi \ in - ai li ntion i.a i year
our mineral dl play '-ailed forth surprise and admiration. Thi ; the
\ i i mineral resources of British i'n
I lumbia are to be made an i ■' >: •■ - c les •
Mm intlmatin . the \a i lind ivelope l
resoui es o our ;i al ovince. Horticulture, Fine Arts, etc., are Io have
ihe greatest attention and exhibits
..!■■ -oughl  throughout tho length and
rea Ith e.i     British Columbia.       The
Umber dls'play, we  ho;--,   will  befit    a
li.ml oi-o vast  and  varied fore ts  a
..ns.   Tbe   fisheries   will   have   careful
..II-   li.ifltl.
Rut not least will be the practical
mil scientific demonstration given ol
the vasi agri ultural asset oi the
jrovinee. The Association "ill endeavor to disseminate knowledge of the
agricultural  quality of every  ejection.
We can promise that the exhibition
of machinery in motion, motor power nnd transportation will m.-et the
bishe-t expectation. Excellence of-display i- our motto. Vancouver's Fair
is essentially an educational institu -
lion.
Mr. Dougan will visit ihe RChools,
and in- pleased to afford Information
rclat'ng to every feature o.' the exhibi
tion. He will also meet ih" lo.-ul
sehool board being secretary treasurer
of the B. c. Scbool Trustees Association.
WATER    NOTICE.
For a Licence to Take and Use Water
Notice is hereby given that The
(analian Pacific Railway Company of
Montreal and Vancouver, will apply
for a license to lake and use two
cubic feet per second of water out of
a stream three-quarters of a m''e weBl
of Revelstoke station, which flows in
a southerly dire-tion through and
within a portion of RevelBtoke Town-
rite, and empties into Columbia river
near Revelstoke. Tho water will be
diverted at a point one-quarter mile
from C.P.R. main line and will bo
used for Industrial purposes on the
land described as Canadian Pacific
Railway Company's station grounds
at Revelstoke.
Thi« notice was posted on the
ground on tbe 21st day of May, 1913.
The application will be filed in the
office of the Water Recorder at Revelstoke.
Objections may be filed witb tbe Baid
Water Recorder or with the Comptrol
Ur of Water Rights, Parliament Build
Inge,  Victoria, B.C.
Canadian Pacific Railway Company
Applicant. By E. W. Bateman,
Agent, Vancouver, B.O.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Lnnd District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take  notice that     Claude     Watson
Cameron of Nakusp. B.C.,  occupation
' fruit   Rancher,  intends  lo apply    for
'permission to    purcbase the following
described lands.
Commencing at a potfl planted at
Norlh East Coiner of Timber Limit
Number "iJTS, thence south "0 chains,
tbence cast 40 chnins, thenee follow
ing tbo in.-andering of the lake to placo
of commencement, containing one bun
dred acres more or less.
Dated June 2nd, 1913.
CLAUDE WATSON  CAMERON
| 1st issue June 7, 60d.
A young sport, very loudly dressed,
went inlo a enfe nnil ordered a veal
cutlet,   The waiter  brought the order
'Say," bawled the sport in „ loud
Voice, "do you call this veal cutlet:
Why it's an Instill to a <*alf to call
lhat a veal cutlet."
"Beg pardon,'' said the waiter, politely, "I didn't moan to Insult you,
sir."
Fresh mint may always be at hand
for cooking purpose* by growing It at
bome In a glaes of watHf.
NO    MORE    FAT!
Simple Fat Reducing Treatment —
No more about being too fat, I can
reduce your weight without dangerous
drugs or starvation diet. Write for
particulars to Anna Sharp, Edmonds,
British Columbia.
CANADIAN
VAUDEVILLE
CIRCUIT
Vancouver, B.C., June l-l—Vnacouv
er is io be one of a chain of cities
from Winnip.-g to ihe Pacific coast,
which will form the nucleus of a new
and Strictly Canadian vaadevillc cic-
cuit, according to the statement of
Alexander Pantaget, head of the Pan-
lages theatre!. New houses will be
erected in every city at an average
eost of $300,000. Mi. Pamtagei is at
present In Vancouver for the purpose
of securing a -it.- for the new theatre
here.
Your
Individuality-
Delineated
There is acl u ncter expressed in Tourner Photo-
itb at arrests attention.    Models  ol   artistic
andsciei k     faithful
ly reprodui ng  I Iml   indefinable ■■-  ii   ■
makes a photo a  "speaking" likeness,
\V; y i   dure the    usual
: lepn --e-d st) le
when yc        n gel   something- d      i        ind   bet-
ter-   le'i" lhe n ime price ,J
Look Us Up!
The
Trueman
Studio
Jt.  Douglas Tourner
,      \
V   ^Hfcx \  / If
■ v G iff
-  ,  Li    >- -■:.,:-
I
Irons   guai  nl
PRICE    b LB. IKON   $3,
A    G.    DUCK
Luml
umoermen
It will pay you to
make a cell at
F.   B.   WEI
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old T i.y.1,
::■*. >i        -i c
before
fit   of work .       t
for -.he hiA-A.    I make a
specialty    of     .'.
'a ints, S i
Blanket!   i    -      rthing
ia iutred in -. .enr .
LIFE  INSURANCE.
POLICY   I
PAPA LOOKED  Ot'T   FOR t'S
and that's why mamn I iiave
to work downtown i-.ke Benny's
mamma do - I'.e >i Benny, his
papa didn't take ont
LIFE   INSURANCE  POLICY
like  M.-.-.r pa] tliat'i why
thej are v.. ] ■■■ I       \ little stOl
it carriesitt own moral   If >*ou want
tei proti cl   '• i ui   fam ■  w "f
death, w.* will ■•■ I can
afford to carri ane! il • will be paid
if vim die,   • I   see  ni
this.
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, Ltd.
A. i    Ki\i »ib, Mai
Boat Overturned
Kamonton. June 14—Swirled to
death in the water.- of the Saskat'-h'
wan, m<ai Kraser's mill, wa^ tbe fate .
Which overtook Kobert (lilkinson. ftp
i-d *!•*>. and Charles May, aged 30 wh<-n
the boat was oveiurned shortly before noon. The men, who were pan -
nei-s in the Mitchell Dredging com -
Winy, which is engaged getting out
giaVl'l ''on Hie river, started across
tbe river from the -onth side in a
lowbont. A. Mitchell- *a« the (bird
man in the boat. He saved himjelf
I.y swimming. The others could not
swim.
8MILOM
anickly iwp* cmirhi,  cures coldi, »nd  hull
(tic timet ud luote. -.-.      aa ctou.
THE PLANS fr r good plumbing differ
Irom the ordinary kind. You may uot
be able to note the difference, but every
good phimleer knows. OUR PLANS
include only materials that will give
lasting satisfaction and workmanship
that will prove durable.
No matter bow important or how unimportant the job may be, we never
slight any detail ol plumbing work.
IMilTOlE PLUMBING IND HEATING CB. TAGE EIGHT
THEIMAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,  JUNE 18, 1913.
LOCAL and GENERAL
SPIRITS
PREDICT
DEATH
J.W.
jtown.
Ewing  oi Grand Forks,  is
R,  1-:.  Stragg Ol
•th
Three Valley, is in
Uowl concert
Moo.se Jaw, June  14—Curious
pentngs foretold  the  death of
Glmby, who was drowned in tho middle   rapids of  lhc Eraser  river,  north
i c Btpoaed—The Sugar
until Thursday evening.
Alfred   i.'.   F.   Gaddon of   Loudou,
} : s in the city.
Ribdell ol Amu-, isa business
visitoi   .;.  Revelstoke  today.
Mrs.   Ja k   Hume    will  not  teoeive
cn  1:...   lay, June i.i-.h. oi again this
3 • --   •
..*.   .
J
*t    .
. ; ,,," fj ia, came down
.   ,       ...    oi ansa I busi
|    "Variety   Isle
Ual>"   Sunshine   Girls
Jack
1    Coursier's Clean Smokeless Coal
the kind for cooking,
oi Edmoiuou.   The accident, happened'
aboul  three weeks' ago but it was only   lasi   Saturday   that    tbe    relatives
here  knew   the worst,  bui they feared;      ^^^^^^^^
he bad     met     death     after    certain     If the boys should want a shave
strange     happenings since his     wed - \ good as a barber ever gave, drop
ding.
Some elghl months ago he was"
married to Miss Mullen, whos-* parents reside on Beach avenue. He was
th n a merchant at Frownlee anl
Miss Wilson, daughter oi T. H.
n.l.-oii, a lo al auctioneer, wa- visiting  Brownlee at ihe time.     It     was
is  variety with "ten ]    Ma'-inee     Saturday    afiernoon    for
Empress  Juno  23rd.' ladies and children, Star theatre, 2:30 j ^nat
Bad Accident
Wh-at might have p»o,ved a fatal ac
cident  ha.ppeni.-d  last Monday  in this
city.   The  victim  being  little   Jimmy
Bourne the thirteen year old son    of
Alderman   F.   J.  Bourne.     It   learns
SOCIAL and PERSONAL
GALT COAL Is handled exclusively
in Rovelstoke by the Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
as
"Geo. A. Burton and eighteen others with Frank Rich Co., Empress on
June 23rd.
Do you want an income investment
or desirable residence pioperty— Consult H. N. Coursier.
in '    Now then boys we have come again
to Hacks and  wait  awhile,   Joo will  and still are singing the old refiain-
glve you a shave that will make you   "Tho    Chairs     are Waiting still for
smile.—Attbe Ideal Pool Room. I You,"  drop in and    see    what     Joe
can do at the Ideal Pool Room.
Matinee    Saturday   afternoon     for
ladles and children Star theatre '2:60. I    "H-jros one and all."    a very good
' Liilnii   Drama;     in two parts,     also
Mr. T.  Sturdy  of Malakwa,
Sunday in  town.
s'pent
npt receive on
a certain school hoy picked up a
quantity of dyuataite caps an.l
brought them to school, -distributing
them among iho boys. Some oi theso
caps were carried home by the Bourne
boys and     in     h-andlim, thc cms in I eood progress in rehearsals,  and will
Mrs. W.l. Briggs wil
Friday, Juno 30th.
The     Rebecca   Cantata Is    making
•handling the caps in
be ready by the first of July.
:  :
.   al
VV. H
■A.   ■
Chariton  "!
., visit
;.,..  reo e\ e on
and uot  again
M    , C.B    ii imi
til   a turan.
L -'. Man travi bat, near V.M.
«.'.A Leave .,- the V.M.C.A, building
and gel    ■ s*ard,
Hous'e, on Fifty Foot Corner, Second street, west, near Court House,
wedding that Ereoted in Nineteen Twelve, live rooms
Miss WiWo'i batn aM\ pantry, electric heated mod
em plumbing, open fire place. We
li ive ., special price on this quick salo
.1. 13. Wai son Really Co., next Star
Theatre.
W.
1 .
,i.  i  .it.-,  ihe wi   -known piano
be  m     Revelstoke    about
ISth, 1.U3.
. :. | Mi . W, Pi man a 'ompan-
i! tman, all of Spokane,
are  h re this « eek.
G.W.
ing  .:•
Robson ..:' Edmonton, is visit-
the - ity this week. He is a
-.  the  King   Bd ■
Then   will  be a special meeting    oi
.'. ne *.  Monday evening.   B isim a  - iection  o:  oilic- i -.
E.M. Williston, N.B. Chapman and
Mis: Gertrude Watson, all ol Spokane,    ame in on  Sunday's south train
Mrs. Harry Godard will receive on
Wednesday, June 18th, and Mrs. Dan
McKay oi Winnipeg, will receive with
her,
Mr. and Mrs. W. Anderson of Calgary,  were  p rs on     Monday's
.nd.
I-. ■.   .-'. Iward,
several days after   the
Mr,       and Mrs   Gimby
and   several   others   had   supper       lo -
gether,    The- meal was  finished auel    a
i   n i.ii   conversation   «.i    being    car-
tied   on   when    be   berrj   dish,      irom
which  Mr.  Griiuby  had eaten,   lell  in-:
to pieces. l.O.F. Court Mt.  Begbie,    34G1—All
There was no possible reason io- Brethren and Companions are request
this -'ma-li, no one being near it al "1 to meet in tbe Lodge-room Sunday
ih.- turn- and as one of tbo guests evening, Juno 22nd, at 7 p.m. for the
lie-cribedii, "The dish merely fell purpose of attending divine service at
.nto two pieces..' Tbe incident Pass- St. Peter's church, to commemorate
e.i oil with a joke, but several ei the 39th anniversary oi ibe iuatigura-
those  presenl  looked upon    it    as    a  tion of  the Order. 2t.
premonition of evil, and it wa- referred io several times since by tho/.;
who saw  the- weird happening.
'Ihen Mr. Grimby went to Edmon-
u u, leaving bis wife with Mr. and
Mrs. Mullen on Bea b avenuef He
sent word that he was going pros -
peeting io the north anl thai no had
lefl i.n Aim! l'li.. Nothng more was
I- aid of lum, for the country iutj
which li-.- went is wild and mail setv-
i e tb-re is not of the best. It was
ai."en   three weeks    ago    ilia'      MUs
Wil I ,n w.-nt to visit  Mrs. Grimby   at      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
home aad -he staved   to'for tbe Mountain Lumbermen's Asso
some way ihey exploded with rberriflu
force, taking oil' tho ends of two lingers and thumb of little Jimmy's hand
besides injuring his face slightly by
tbe explosion.
How tbe toy escaped death is a miracle as the     caps' carry  an  explosive I receive ou     Baturday afternoon, Juno
force  of half a  ton to  the inch.After ; List, at the home of Mrs. Coursier
the accident medical aid  was at i nee
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      summoned and ihe wounded band dress
Paihe's Weekly showing all the worlds   ed  and tbo  little victim Is  doing    as
events in motion pictures.   This is    a   well as can be expected.
Lil tie Jimmy Bourne was one of the
Mail-Herald paper delivery 'boys and
was very reliable and the Mail-Herald
stall join with the general public in
sympathizing with little Jimmy and
his family.
Let this accident be a lesson if Possible to other boys to keep clear of
dynamite Caps  in future.
great   program      Also  Mutt
Star theatre     tonight und
night.
and  Jefl.
Thursday
ASTERS uie going fast, if you havo
not already done so order your bedding plant at once and save disappoint
ment. We have the very beBt in the
province. The Uevelstoke Nurseries,
'Phone 56, W. H.  Pottrufl, Prop.
Mr. J.W.J. Brown left on Tuesday
evening for the coast where he has a
government appointment in view.
Mrs.   Coursier  and  Mrs.  Hyatt   will
Mrs.  Isabella Brodie from Winnipeg..
lis  en.oying  a visit  io  our city      this
summer,  the guest of her nephew  Mr.
A. McRae.
'lhe Y.M.C.A. board of directors
postponed their meeting from Tuesday evening on account of the hospit-
ul   ri'-eptiou.
Frank   Rich  Co.   is  the  ouly     real
musical comedy     show coming     this
season, here liv.. nights change of bill
I nightly.—Bmpress June 23rd.
MR. TAPPING
APPOINTED
INSPECTOR
The many old time friends of Mr.
U. Tapping will be plvaaVd to learn
that he has been appointed inspector
oi Scales and Weights at    Revelstoko
COLOSSAL
IS WASTE
OF PINS
i2iE-*Dira?-EJSEi^as-fSJSi^^
SALES and WANTS
IOc. line   x   Minimum 25c
l^ciMiaiaEfaMajHaMMaiaEiaisrsErajeij
FOR    SALE—Household Effect.*.    Apply No. 47, Second Street, East.
her  parents ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
tea.   After the meal a iest warf made
Ha-  the housewife  every  asked herself the question.     "How much do   1
spend on pins in a year,    aud     how
many pins have I  wasted during that
ciation at a salary of $100 per month  time?"
They af guests at
W. 1..   Gl ;: :• iming of     Cranbrook,
-.; ,.v.  lhe iin last  Sun-
-   days     and
( : i ..,- the King Edwaid.
regardui      1. -  berry  dish which  broke  and expenses
.,;    Brownlee,   The  words had hardly
been  -aid before  Mrs.  Grimby'*,1    dish
fell in pieces in a similar manner.
All thoso who were at the table am
most po-iiive that no one touchoJ
tho dishes on either of the occasions,
i nl are a loss io account for the
weird happenings ..n any way. Fer
neat 1 j three weeks ihey waited word
ni Jack Gimby's death, feeling -uro
ihat he an! threi others had me';
their deaths, Then came the meagre experience
:li.- north of ibe     lind- knowledge
His duties among oth-!
ei ihing- consist of -eeing that all
lumber i- properly weighed, he is also
required to give full particulars regarding the capacity and contents of
the car-, etc. as well as to keep tho
shippers posted,
This   posiiion   wns  entirely   unsolicited on th- pan ot Mr. Tapping. The
Mountain   Lumbermen'rf     Assonatiou
congratulated in securing
of       inspector with     tho
oi      Mi*.   Tapping,      who-e
of      ihe     lumber  industry
FOR SALE—Portable Fowl House-
New, price $10.00. Apply to 81,
Third street,  City.
Mr. Ridpath the one-c famous hockr
eyist and oursmau of Toronto, is in
town renewing actpiainiances with
.-ome old friends.
ure to b
iie- servi
.  ing „f an     upturned    canoe   and    on *•"■  *<" '»'"'"  lf t'll'urt'"' °f. , *
Mi person* who may have lost car-  Satul - . „   was   re- «*»>  added     to this h.s mtngity
Is in the Revelstoke    dis-  a  . «,     ,;„,„,, sa. ' « "*£* l£.
.  .„„l  : lire- others h ' ■'■™ f   "VhlCh  be  has
,r th :* of the Oity   , ,-,  .,.«„ drown.d in    Middle Rapids, hc,'n   appointed.   We hope
of Revelstoke.
. ,H. Farmili  .   ■' B rmingharo
b her -,,n Mr.
'; tree!    Revel-
stok       ilrs    Fai mill
....
nd
I
' E. 1 rown
of Arth-
i
t the K t
-  .
i   •
the
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vt       ndi
*     .
■Ollie
ri ■.
to i- en'a table
I less than a year.
We hope that    Mr.
tb-> Tapping may enjoy  this n-
* a come.
CAUTION
AGAINST
DROWNING
:
'
may
LOCAL
WARRIORS
RETURN
Lt,     ...M.i.
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j.t the
:,    il. I
ant ieft ioi
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a
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a th" gua *   •
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-   •  -.. ben
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~7   neb
s in
d -.  :   s     • . .
Rood year of  1804,
T'-io mi ting   o! the J.B.i      o    tht
ch ol
are    pr...
■ . •.   Under  th'    lire tion     of
Rev. Lashley Hnll tbe at un -
I
in England every day says.Tit Bits
there is an output of over 54,000,(11*0
pins. Birmingham, ihe greatest centre of the industry in tbis country,
alone produces 37,000,U00 pins per
day. The output of other pin munu -
facturcrs in thi- country is only about
halt that of Birmingham. In France
the daily pr-oductinu is *J0,000,0UO,
while Germany and Holland produce
10,000,00U per day. The total output
for Europe each day is therefore 84,-
e 00,000.
11 Is seldom that a pin gets broken
or worn,  and  the question is there -
fore, "Where do all ihe pins go to?"
The greateT number of them get lost
and   there   is no  other  domestic  arti-
■ le when-  there  is  .-o  much  waste  by
loss.    If every   person in  Europe  lost
a pin on every third day the daily loss
woul ttl ovei   £1000.
In  former  days  the  number of men
.1 i.e make a pui was one of the
marvels  of   lhe  manufacturing world,
with    most   ie!i.'   manufatut -
is,  machinery     has   ta'a'n
■  men, and  pins are   now
very much faster.
The     ma bines an    <o  perfe t  that
Ire of which the    pina
.   the      right
n [th,  b «d    point   polish and     sort
put into another
them to paper
10,000  io   mo.ooo    I)ftr
■i ury pins were
■ a el 'S-ilv     lo-l
no-.i a   ■■ as a substitute
The iaw    pe -
I   onlj    be   sold
i  J inuarj eaeb
mighl    not
ii   therefore  be-
of      a'l
stock    c f
.|!        ''     money
by  their
•• n       as
—nt day.
WANTED—A girl for general housework and to assist with cam of
children.   Apply to Box Gl.
WANTED—Girl for dining room aud
all round hotel work. Wages $30.00
per month.—Mrs. A. BoileaU, Lardeau  Hotel,   Comaplix. lm.
WANTED—Person seeks situation,
good cook and needlewoman, or
would undertaken daily work. Apply 81, Third street, City.
FOR SALE—Two Houses and Lots on
Third street, we-t. also Four Suburban Lot-', size 50x110. Apply to
A. W. Connolly, Revelstoke, B.O.
FOR SALB-One Bell Tent, 10ft. Gin.;
One Wall Tent, 9Jx 12ft. Never used. I'ol'S and Pegs complete. For
particulars apply to T.C.  Rea.     '.'t.
TANNING—Calgary Tannery Co., Ltd
East Calgary, we tan and dress fura
nnd hides of every description. Work
guaranteed or money refunded. We
tan leather. Up-to-date machinery.
Top prices paid for hides. Freight
paid. Iloo'.il.'t and prices on application. 1 iss. May 14 lm.
FOR SALE—A hoarding house as a
going concern at Rogers Pass. Thero
are about 2"> rooms. It is thoroughly equipped, kitchen ranges in basement and up-'tnirs. Here is an excellent opening for a live man. For
further particulars apply to tbe premises or to Pox 734, Revelstoke, oi
to the Dominion Securities Ltd., at
Revelsloke, B. C.
*
l
:.  r, t Of bO
denaking a  -,Ull>' °n'* dis-uss   s   of and
r- enl  wclal cond lions.1 ner o'       a
•:        - ions  are   DOn-paTI     in        *     * rid-.,    h   I    VOUOd   round   the   linger
in point  of      ■    -'-     AH  '•oun.' Keep the   aw*   i*parst«d with „ utirlt.
men wl moons
free are met cordially   nvjted to ioln
t» in ibis com •    Tb     \ -    foi next
Sunday will be "Influence ent
to our    Bystem   two i i yearn
nro. '   We commence nt - 30 p.m.
CITY OF  REVELSTOKE  POOND
NOTICE.
One Black Heifer now tn City Pound
Owner apply o Keeper, City Pound,
Revelstoke, B.C.
,i.e ind »W h wrapped a .
* i a   cpo ed to the air
,ne| pro
method ol artificial respire
The Chafei  method g    . •■ i   .,   h-
Life  Saving  As o intion  Ifl prtfb
ably  ih.- moil  Simple nnd  lea t   iiiiig
Ing, and nan ie performed by onn
Most Important, however,
whatevei method vou o ■ ii noi to
give up loo oon. Then tfiouM be no
n Inxntinn for nt loa-*!. two honrn, an
at any mORwnl np to that, period
si..™ ol recovery may occur.''
■
■
regim<SHe|^e|^eMel^H ,
■ ■■■■■■■■•ffllflflll
fl »)
r \                                              -jO<-
m .         ,              handed  into   'I' I
k OlHce     7   Moivlny  ■ vn ri?    In
v order     'hn* tbe change shnll
r. n|i;.-nr   in   W   tn«ilay'i«   Iflmin.
9 nnd   ,mv   cfeaO^M   ;n    -.'led for
k inirrtiiy'e*      isnue   mnit      be
* h mrt.'d     m     not. ! ater lh»n
tt ThtirRilav       -v.nin.   of      "»'h
V wiyelt.        Iliislnees men  pleain
'■' take note of the ijbOVS.
■
What Austin was Paid
; .•    Hou le al
e night with
.   1 le-    POSI    llllll
I .      •    ., I ,
\t   hill  Lynch
i llaro, wan
u ,i ■■.     i><-i , 'ii Ite .
'  U bl  I    tO     Hie
,f i be d ll     re
. il    uiu1 y    wai
■••itb an allowam
I       tt of HU- v u.e
ltd  not  '■ now   * be    ■    I -dutle   of ihe
\ti i [elene i,
■m   md  Mi    Mi i-.i   n revival
■ l la-    |eo it    Of    Kifl -'       i$   t.e, .       while
H\ ipoll niwiiher member rtr.-w roars of
di • AV mking the Preml-M to
ittj eon Wer Hie olalmi of Memre, Smith
| and Ml •"• J ior ih* p.i t
i{| i ii.tinn I,-.n I t ouni up the dis-
'lil i Ion by a Wn« whether n butt of
H    i iini'iifi1  an Intolerable d»nl—of n.
■  » -il fi) fil IB) WHI-  ■■  ";'«'■'•' «1   J"'*l<  f"r n  bn'l'Orlb of poetry.
OPENING FOR A LIVE MAN IN
REVELSTOKE.
Northwestern Factory distributors
offer agency for the following well-
known cars:—MARION, $1595 to 81850
VMBRICAN, $1550 to $2750. DOURlS
rnifCK, $21C0 to S2.'00. We are in
;l |o-iiion to make n special proposition. Aie you tbc Man '.' If so. ad-
Iress M. A. Nii ler, COI E. Pike streel
.-cattle, Wash.     ...     1st iss. M31 lOt
EXECUTORS SALE
The Executors of tho Will of the
late Charles II. Davis, late of Arrowhead, deceased, oiler for sale by ten-
el.'i H2."X acr.'-e of land situate on the
Ea t bank or the Oolumbia River,
aboul  four mile- north of Arrowhead.
The property ia partially clearod.
There are about 1 oo fruit trees and
small fruit". There isa frame dwell-
ii l it27, chicken house, tool house,
.-ic. There Is ample water supply for
all purports. The land lies on both
•i'U'eof the Arrow Lake branch and
11 connected by wngon road with Ar-
lowhead,
'life.ia Bhould be submitted in writ -
ing to the underpinned bitfore the 15th
of dune, 1919
Harvey,  McCartor nnd  Pinkham,
Solicitors for the Bieiutor-i
1st  in«. M..11  4t.
Mrs. Dan McKay from Winnipeg ai-
lived on Monday evening to visit foi
a week with Miss danei McKay aud
Superintendent McKay.
.Mr. Hermann McKinney left ou No-
1 Sunday for his new position iu Vau-
i ouvcr, where he has been promoted
to the superintendent's ollice.
Mrs. Anstie arrived from Winnipeg
last week and Mr. and Mrs. Anstie
have taken up residence for several
months in Mrs. Haggen's house.
Miss Irene Procunier, Miss Bertha
Hobbs aud Miss May Field, returned
on Sunday morn ug from Vancouver,
having  completed  their Normal cours'e
Mr. Harry Cumming has iiuit tho
transfer business for a time ami taken
a position as brakeman ou the C.P.
R. Mr. Hall- is managing ihe. dray
and  livery  business.
The Superintendent's ollice stall.,
took advantage of Mr. McKlnney's ap
proaching departure to surprise him
last Saturday morning with the gift
ofa pair of gold cull-links aj a souvenir of the good comradeship they had
enjoyed together for live y<ars past.
Mr. Peyton made the presentation and
everybody joined in wishing Mr. McKinney  success  for  the future.
A deputation awaited upon Mr. W.
d.W. tirown at the dose of work ou
Saturday night when he closed hi-'con
nection with the Lawrence Hardware
Co., aiiel presented him with a genuine Walru- sui lease, silver mounted aJ
a memento from the shareholders ami
stall of ibe Lawrence Hardware Co.
Mr. Lawrence in pre-'eu-.ing the gift,
referred to the five years faithful aud
etlioient service Mr. Brown had rendered the company.
A happy littlq ceremony occurred
last Sunday evening after s-rvicc iu
St. dobu's church when Mr. W.J.W.
Brown wa- requested io remain a few
minutes and was presented with a pair
ief gold cuff links by the. choir. Mr.
W. M. Lawrence in making the pies
dilation voiced lhe sentiment of the
ihoir in expressing ihein deep regret
at parting with so popular a member.
Mr. Brown, although taken iitiit.. by
surprise  made a  suitable  reply.
'lhe Canadian Women's1 press Club,
to the number of 1 us, -eparnted at
Uantf 0n Monday morning after visiting Edmonton and Calgary, in which
cities they were officially entertained
by the 'iiy councils, the Press clubs,
and the councils of women. The G.T.
P. treated them io a two day ' excursion to Jasper I'ark. The C.P.R, en-
ti.itain-el them from Satur.lay lill
Monday ;,i the I an I botel, where the
new ballroom was opened for dune-nig
for the lirst time Saturday evening.
Lake Loui-e wa- the attrai lion on
Monday, Manj ea lern members aud
most of the coast women wen. thru'
be-r.' Monday night. Mrs. Isabel Be -
clcKtone mai-Kay is visiting in Calgary  this week.
Th" poisoning of two reservoirs at
HellondeDt, near Rradford, is charg<3d
to militant suflragettes. Dyeing
ilie-mi.als wore used. Morn than. 80,-
non.000 gallons of water will be necessary to clean the reservoirs audthis
will entnil great expense.
COMING MHTS
June 17—Beggar Prince Opera Co., at
the Empress theatre,
June 23, one week—The Frank Rich
Musical Comedy Co., at tbe Em -
press theatre.
Juno 28—The     "Passers By" at    the
Empress theatre.
Juno —?—"Uncle Tom's Cabin"
Empresa theatre.
Coming—"Royal    Players," at   the
Empress theatre
Coming^-" A ManV Game," at the
Empresj theatre.
August 25—The Making of the Panama Canal and Balkan War, Kinemacolor Pictures, Empress theatre.
November 7—"The Missouri Girl" at
the Empress theatre.

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