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KEVELSTOKE B C. JULY 30. 1913
SNATCHED
FROM JAWS
OF DEATH
On Thursday     .......*,u  last,  a deed
of heroism was performed in Revel -
Bloke, well worthy of a greater reward
and publicity, than it has hitherto su-
oored.
About 10 a.m. iu the morning, A.H.
Jones, warden oi the big bridge which
epanS the Columbia river where the
(gOVernmi nt main road crosses southward out of lower town, was lying Un-
x reSsed, half asleep, iu his room over
■the tire hall. Which overlooks the river
Happening to glance casually through
rthe window, he noticed a stranger,
"evidently under the influence of liquor,
passing with unsteady step from be-
iiind the building and along the edge
of ibe high hank in the direction ot
the bridge. Anything or anybody ap-
rproachlng the bridge are objects of
•interest to the hawk-eyed warden and
he rolled over on one side, to take a
second look at ibe driiukcn wanderer.
TThen. wiih a sharp cry lie sprang up,
Dumped through the open sash and
xusbed out on to the bank; for at his
Becond glimpse, he had seen the stranger stagger along the edge, then lose
lue- balance and fall, rolling right into
Kb e flood water- of tbe cold Columbia
W.'oneS is a quick nimble man, and a
lifetime spent battling with the river,
baa bt'e'd in him thc added attri -
feutes of courage and resource.
Stretched alone.: ihe river, floating and
•jumping in the stream, is the long log
loom which protects tbo banks from
Columbia's erosive waves.
Willi a shrill cry, the stranger splash
ed into the river ju.-t above the upstream end of tlie ICO foot boom, a
second later Jones was in the ice cold
flood, gripping with his left arm the
Bxtreme down river end of the big
•licks. Koran in-tant the eddy held
th,' drowning man, then swept him
like a straw down stream, but as he
v ashed past, done- hung out into the
"current, grasped the passing body and
jtlan shifted his grip to a firm hold oi
ithe sinking man's coat collar.
Por seven long minutes alight for
life was wagad, the angry swirling water.- threatening to tear both men into
the depths of th- death trap eddies,
which s'pread their circles a few feet
•out in the swollen current. Jones tightened his arm round ihe boom stick,
tm.l In h by inch dragged himself and
bis hel| less burden Into the sheltered
water.
Finally, when utterly exhausted, still
cliui.n: 10 his charge, Jones worked
into lhe calmer water behind the boom
Wll re Willing hands pulled both men
iii  safety  to the  -bore.
Getting into the river is an everyday
job wiih the bridge warden, who is
quite capable of handling himself in
any ordinary tide, but there are very j
lew people who would take a chance
on jumping in and getting out again
alive, handicapped with a dead weight
•of some 180 pounds, when the river is
lit full flood, and il took several hours
for the rescuer to recover sufficiently
lo walk around, after his terrible ex-
pei.ie ice. Not until late that
night was tbe stranger able to so
much as express his thanks. But when
able to speak, he was fittingly grateful to the hero who had literally snat-
chfed him I a--k lo life, out of the very
jjnw-  of death.
WONDERFUL
NEW m BEND
RAILWAY
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REVELSTOKE
TENNiS
TOURNEY
REVELSTOKE Fi
FAIR km
Prominent Eastern Journal Contains
Line to Tap Big Bond.—Says Ample Capital Available—Surveyors Now in Field.
The following item taken from    tbe   for some    months ihat   the  matter i-
Contract  Record and Engineering Ro- -' u  regarded as a    genuine live issue
...     t i    oo i 11   „. i    among      railway       promoter
view  daled      July 23rd,  nu old estab- ' '        '
builders of the I'anadian North  Woe*..
lished  journal devoted to  the interests      _,,     , .   . .       .„„.,,.
J Tin' fact of same being again brought
indicated by its  title and  printed     in forwawl, in such responsible quarters,
Toronto,  will  be of great  interest   to is a hopeful sign for the Bag Bend dis-
Revelstoke readers: district  and for Revelstoke.
"Tho support of the provincial gov-      At   least  ,our  companies  have plan-
.    , , .    , ,     ,   ., , n:d   to   run a  railway  round  the  Big
ernment in favor of a project for build .      . . .
Bend,   two ot  whi'h  are  actually   sur-
ing a railway from Bella Coola, a voyed- Any r„jiw,iy builders or pro-
port in northern British Columbia, to Rioters who figure 0n entering thc field
Red Deer, Alta., is being asked for by in Western Canada, are bound to he
Mr. Edward Bath, a promoter of Lon- attracted by thc vast possibilities of a
railroad running from some central location in the North West via the Big
Bend ihrougb Revelstoke to the Pacific Coast.
Carrying the golden grain by the
shortest available water grade route,
such a line would connect at Revel -
stoke with th- navigable Columbia
river. Short lines North and South
from  this  point  would  make connec -
don, England. Mr. Bath s'tated that
he had secured strong financial back -
ing in England, and that survey parlies have already been dispatched from
Revelstoke and Ashcroft to make preliminary explorations of the route.
The general direction of the proposed
line will be east and west across the
portion of the province,  tapping     the
Chilcoten,  Lillooet and Big  Bend dis- tions with the main lines of the Can-
tilcts.   A charter will be asked for at adian Northern,  Grand Trunk Pacific,
tlie next session of the Dominion gov- and  Great Northern,  whilst  at Revel-
ernment." stoke  the road  would  have direct ac-
Several weeks ago, a mysterious sur cess    to two     main C.P.R. lines     of
vcy  party  consisting of  two engineers transportation.
and the  usual number of  todmen and Obviously  therefore a new  line       of
level  men, etc., left Revelstoke for the railway running  through     Revelsloke
Big Bend, on a trip the ostensible ob- would  not  only  tap a vast      wealthy
jecis of which were to dematk certain district, whose mineral and timber re-
liniber limits owned by Eastern capi- sources furnish  the best class of pay-
tal in tbe direction of Downie Creek, ing haulage business,  hut would pos -
The reproduced news item, however, sess  strategic and  geographh-  advan -
would indicate that     this party were tages    to   apparent,    that sooner   or
actually  sent out  to  locate  the     Big later the line is bound to be built.
Bend section of the new Rid Deer    to The present stringency will not last
Bella Coola railway. for ever, any more than the most eco-
In  previous iss'ues of this  papei men nomic route to the coast can bc perm-
lion has been made of the proposal to anently  overlooked  by  transportation
build such a road, which was, intended experts.
to give a new water grade connection Tt is interesting to recall that this
between the wheat of the Northwest, railway, is quite -operate and dis-
and the Pacific Coast,and incidental- tinct, although following the same
ly tap the Big Bend mineral and tim- loutein some respects, from the Weber name. Lately however, doubtless laskiwin, Yellowhead and RevcUtoke
owing to the financial stringency, the Railway, charter for which was erant-
projeCt dropped out of sight, and this ed at the last session of the Dominion
is ihe  lirst  notifha-ion we have     seen Parliament.
I A general meeting of the Tennis
NeVVS Ot Club was held in tha City, Hall on the
17th inst. The matter of the annual
tournament was discussed when the
tin eting decided to appoint a committee to handle thc matter and make it
a big success. Mr. P.B. Wilson was
and elected president' of the committee, J.
D. Sibbald, jr., secretary treasurer,
and Kurt Betz referee. A general com
mittee ot Mrs. Sibbald, Miss Hardie,
CR. Macdonald, T.E.L. Taylor and
B.R. Reynolds. A ground committee
was also appointed to see that thc
giounds were also in shape and to seo
that they aie .in perfect condition fn*
this event.
The date set for tho tournament, was
the 20th, 2U't and 22nd of August,
end is open to all comers. There will
i.e seven events. Ladies singles cham-
pii nship of Revelstoke, carrying a cup
to lie won three years in succession before becoming the property of the holder. Gentleman's singles for cham -
pionship of Revelstoke, carrying a
cup to be won three years in succession before becoming the property of
thc holder.
did.—Men's doubles.
4th.—Ladies'  doubles.
5t.—Mixed doubles.
6th.—Ladies' singles, handicap.
7lh—Gentleman's  singles  handicap.
All these events carry a first prize,
and when over ten entries are received
n second prize will bc given. A charge
of $1.50 is made for the two cham -
pionship events and $1.00 for all oth- '
ers. It i* expected that this will bo
tho largest and best tournament ever
beld in Revelstoke.
Up to the present the Secretary has
sent out over forty-three invitations
to various clubs in B.C. and Alberta.
Date, Sept. 16th, 17th and I8th-Great Annual
Celebration— bixth in History Loc tl Association—Will Be Record Breaker.
September 16th, 17th and 18th   are struction, the att-ndan-e of spectators
the dates secured by the Executive of throughout the three days will be    a
the  Agricultural Association, for    the
holding  of  the  Revelstoke   1913    Fall
Fair and Exhibition.
Last year thc later date for the fair tions and amusement features,
was not held until the end of October, All the  old favorite turns  will      be
was  found  to militate  against having again with us,  together with r host of
a complete  showing  of  the      products new  one-', and  some  specialty  attrao -
and resources  of our  district,      hence lions tire   to be  contracted  with,     the
large increase over that of any previous season, and thc committee therefore fed justified in obtaining a very
larger     number of star attrac -
the  fixing of  the  time  more than      a
month ahead for this' season.
As in past seasons, the Executive
will spare no effort to make the Fair
a gigantic success, and already a
start has been mado with thc prelim-
endeavor being to justify the expected
record attendance by putting apa series of exhibitions and s'hows such as
are seldom seen togetbei- in the Interior of British Columbia.
Revelstoke Fall Fair and Exhibition
inary work of organization and prcpar is an annual event 0f the greatest im-
ation.   The big feature oi the Fair will portanm;  to this district.    Year        by
again be the horse racing and amuse- year,  as  the development of oar sur-
ment events.   The prize   list has been rounding territory proceeds apace, tha
considerably   lengthened,    strengthened fall  fair     assumes a  greater size  and
in  several  sections, and brought right presents  a higher  staudaid  of  c,uali'.y
up-to-date.   It   is   believed  that  with in the classes of various exhibits,
presence  throughout  our  district      ot" Tbis year, thc sixth exhibition in the
many thousands of   workmen engaged history of the locality, is expected to
cn the double tracking and tunnel con- be a record breaker in every respect.
IMPORT
BLOODED
LIVESTOCK
Smithers, B.C., July 2'J—One of the
most hopeful signs of agricultural development in Northern British Colum
bia is lhe recent importation of blooded  horses  and  cattle  by   thc  farmers
PLANNING
PARCELS
POST
Ottawa, July 2S—The Post Office
Department has under consideration
the whole 'question of the parcels post
Bystem. It will not bein a position to
announce any plans     for some    time,
REVELSTOKE
PLAYER
SCORES
NEW B.C.
FOREST
RESERVE
\ i. igro hat in i v. n n dollar at a
crap game d." hied to spend it i. having his fortune told, The fortune toller led him Into a gloomy room with
dirty ban .in - an I misty red lights.
Bhe took his palm, traced it with a
dollar, spread on! her cards', and then
said:
"You are very fond of music, you
like thi.ken you ha^e won money at
crap and you  have been in jail,"
Thc negro looked at her with billg
ing eyes and finally ejaculated:
"Mali goodness, Inly; why, you jest
read  mah  inmost  thoughts!"
GDHHEJEJEJIIEIEIHEIEIEJ ejhh
The amendment to the Dominion
Forest Reserves and Parks Act, which
became faw on June 6th, 1913, marks
another forward siep in the forestry
| oli y of Canada by the addition of a
total  of
and thirty-two square mites of Federal forest land, to thu existing icservos
in western Canada whieh are boing
male permanently productive by the
Dominion Forest Service.
In British Columbia, were, next to
Alberta, the largest reservations aro
m ■! i, the only Forest Reserves existing at present are lhos> created by the
Dominion government on ihe' foriy-
,,.il • wide strip oi fed r,il land. ex -
tending from ihe coast to the Great
Divide, the axis of which Is thc C.P.
u. anl whieh is consequently called
the Railway Belt, As the railroad follows the valleys of tho Thompson and
Riaser rivers for a long distance, there
aie some rich bottom land- Included
In ihis strip which are of present or
potential value for agriculture, i'n-
ii rtunaiely a considerable portion of
such  lauds    are  loiated  in the      Dry
Mr.    Kurt     Betz , of this   city  did
splendid     work in  the tennis  tourna -
ment at     Vancouver just over.     His
:  playing   was     much admired and wns
: fros'.s which occur every month in tho  'be subject of comment in  the    coast
year.    Moreover,  the broken nature of   papers,   ln the  men's singles he   Was
I tbe ground,  leaving out of considera -  defeated  Iiy Mr.  Mercer of Toronto by
ti.in   the river-valleys,  precludes     thc   the score of 18-11, 6-2.   Mr. Mercer aud
possibility  of agriculture. he    met    quite    accidintally    on    the
The soil,  however,  is most suitable  the first day he was there being, their
for  tree growth  and  as  trees arc  not   lllst   meeting  since   their  last  contest
Uery Susceptible to cold    and drought,   al  tne '>'B     tournament in    Germany
the whole region is covered with  splen   several  years a^o.    Mr.  Betz  put      up
did forests of yellow pine, Douglas fir,  a splen ltd game,  hut was not in quite
lod'gepole pine and Alpine fir. physical shape to stand the first set,
This summer,  the Dominion govern-  which  quite  played him out.   In   the
of the Bulkley Valley. This indicates however, as to the rate to l>e charged
thc serious purpose of tbe settlers to and other details of the undertaking,
develop stocUraising as a leading in- Tho department itself intends to work
dus'.ry of the country and shows the cut the scheme as it did the postal
permanent character of the district as note and other branches of the service
a farming section. without goin? abroad for advice. Con
i Several fine horses have been brought ditions in Canada are peculiar to the
to the Hudson Bay Ranch, near Stni- country an I cannot be guided by ex-
thers,  by R. J.  McDonell, the owner,   perienoe elsewhere.
One of his best animals is tho import- It had been ho|>ed to inauguiate the
ed Clydesdale horste, "Royal Diamond service on January I, but as io this
Jubilee,'* which was brought from there is no definite announcement. Be-
Scotland. fore that is done many   preliminaries
Consignments of pedigreed Holstein will have to be arranged ,-ind a de, is -
cattle have lately been received in the ion as to ratings rea'-hed by the Post-
district hy  farmers    who are engaged   master-General.
in dairying and want to improve their Meanwhile the rural mail service is
herds. This new stock will be of great >onstantlv expanding, a total of 1,500
benefit to tbe whole farming commun- route- are now in operation. The bulk
ity, giving opportunities for breeding of them are in Ontario, but all the
up the .attic and horses of the Bulk-  Provinces have some,      and  petitions
ley Valley to a better grade.
are e o*i:ing in -t odily.
mint    has
v.or in:  in
two forest  survey Parties!   men's doubles he with his  partner Mr.
t he  in
the Railway Belt
ten  thousand,  eight  hundred   ;,ntion being  to segregate the remain
in; non-agricultural lands into forest
reserves ne rapidly as possible ju order ihat the forests may he most cftic-
ie.eily protected from fire and that,
: .imi ii. t -i d bj technical Foresters,
their greatest utility and productive-
ness may be secured.
There is anothei-     reason for
[.reservation anl protection, quite as
■ taut in the Dry Belt. As mentioned before ihe bottom lands..: the
livers ln this locality, «'hile poseess-
in; all advantages of soil anb t'imate
aie nevertheless bul potential agricultural Ian.Is because of the la<-k of sufficient rainfall. Hut irrigation i- „
(lining thin diliiculty and ll is h cause
the forests ,,u th • nei jhhoring slopes
play sui hnn Important part In maintaining ,-n even maximum llow of waler in tho streams arising on such slop-
Monroe, reached the semi-finals and
were deleated by thc score of 8-6, by
ltlvans nnd Milne, the winners cf tho
tournament in the men's doubles.
It might be mentioned here that
Messrs. Evans and Milne playi oft*,
the singh's for the championship 0f
B.C.   This wns won by .Mr.  ESvani.
In the mixed double* Mr.  Betz with
their his partner Miss Smite, were defeated
in the semi-finals by Mr,    Evans and
Misg j. Henderson,     who finally won
the mixed doubles event.
Taking ii all through, wc think Mr.
Uct/ eii i v.ry creditably Ind I and li
n credit to our local tennis club, It
i- io be deplored thai he had not moro
practico before the tournament.
PICTURE !
B.C.FOREST
INDUSTRY
RAILWAY
BELT
LANDS
Pictures of Forest Fire ((  mmkii
Victoria, B.C..  July 28—Moving pictures of the Inoeptlon and growth ofa within the forty-mile
forest  fire,  the methods employed    for Hiit.ish  Columbia,  th
Ottawa,  July  *J2—An order in coun-
il has    been     passed   providing  ihat
railway  belt    In
minister of  ihs
es, that their preservation is not only
Belt  and depend on irrigation for their  Justifiable DIM  .-'ntial  to    thi
development,  the     rainfall  not being
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All changes of ads must positively be handed into this
olllr.e by Monday evening ln
order thnt thc change shall
appear in Wednesday's Issue,
nnd any chm -i'S intended for
Saturday's issuo must bo
h uidcd In not I ater than
Thm nday evening of caih
week. 1'iisineas men ple.tse
take note of th' above.
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development of this region,
sufficient to produce agricultural crops! 	
This Dry Belt lies between the coast
and Halkirk Mt. Ranges, and with tho
exception of the river-valleys, consist^ ,,f a broken plateau or moun -
tainous region with an elevation of
i'i nm iwo thousand to fi*-.' thousand
tret. it. in he ■• ihat the thirteen Dominion reserves now existing in It. C.
are loc'.tel, a"l although    originally 	
mall in   i-..    ni" ii    the limited     Cheap Bxcurelon rates to Vancouver
ii a then examined, subsequent  I st   .,,,,i return ai a    (are and a third for
surveys hav.' 'usMfled the enlargement   lhe round  trip, will he on   ale
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■uch areas and at such upsat prices
.it -uch further terms and Conditions
Vancouvor, B.C., July 2D—This city
will have within a fow weeks what is
believed tO be lhe biggest one-piece flag
polo in the worl. I. The big flagstaff ll
""■' lest iii length nnd Waa OUl from ii
British Columbia flr tree. It has been
brought lo.ihis rity and will soon
he erected    in front, of the Provincial
. o ir'-  hou m.
The Immense pole will be sei in ten
July feel of solid concrete so that it     will
i ""I    tl '.   r  IH5 feel   in   the  ail*.    A huge Un-
■ lain.i mag aid, actual scones ol tight- interior may grain lani- in areas not
in: and subduing ihe fiames with thc exceeding a legal subdivision of forty
thrilling incidents Involved are' to be acres, more or less, or for such other
latin for the Provincial government, area- less than l.o ams. The mii
An English expen has been engaged ister mav, incase of lands deemed to
io get films of the system at lorest fire be specially valuable, dispose of tbem
protection thai has been installed, in such areas and on such terms and
showingiI at work In Us various de- nditione a to pi e an.l settlement
partments, These will be exhibited at duties a he may see fit. He ma) al
Hasten) Oanadian and British centres ao li pose of them at publi.- suction
of population. In addition the' film
artist will take a -cries of picture's of
tho logging Industry in British Col- as he may see- fit,
iimhia. li is propo-cl to reproduce on
the films every phase of the industry.
Virgin forests' will be shown.
The operation known as staking
fallin -. Hying, bucking, snipping sealing, log marking and h nil logging
will al o be depicted. Such roproduc-
I ion in til n form will be valuable to
Invo tors in. thfi Industry as affording
.-.ii object hs-onin the progress that
has been m.-idn, and in addition will
prove nn inl .resting advertisement ol
the limber resources ol the province,
one whili -houhl give thom vty wide
publicity,
Forty-four years ago the first pro-
festional ball team in the world, the
Cincinnati Reds, who played ihe entire season of 1&69 without h.sing a
sinjle game had .-, payroll of $'J500.
'Ihs y ar Ty Oobb is getting .fl2,500
io play center field for Detroit.
W"BIIBIHE)If)SIISIH|H[S][Wl il1** *! makes the
"f ,l"'a :■■''"'   '- ""'i1  present size, 29 and 30 inst.   The e tickets arogood l, wer 1115 feel in the air.   A 'huge Un-     It li reported that Sir Wilfrid L„u- w
for ii..i only is the rainfall not sufflci■ to return until August 8rd.   This ex- Ion Jack, 88 feel in    length,   will fly  rler will spends few days at Murray
enl fot  agriculture, being le     than 12 curslon will give anyone a g 1 oppor from lhc top of the pole „nd will   bo  Hay.   His old friend "Bill" Taft     is
inches a year, but al o the   i .'Vaiion nmity to 800 the Battleship New Zea- ma level wllh the top of Vancouver's    pending     the summer there.   Wonder
region Verj       ceptlble   to land now at the coast. highest buildings. , will they discusi Reciprocity?
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THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
•WEDNESDAY, JULY 30th, 1913.
Bews'   Drug   Store Specials
1.—MARK   CROSS  SAFETY  RAZOR—Triple  Silver   Plated
Handle and one blade   55c Each
extra blades—5c each.
2.—MEN'S POCKET MIRRORS   15c up
3.—HARMONY FLORIDA WATER    Delightful Toilet Water
for Summer use 25c and 60c
"Bath  Requisites Toilet  Preparations
Beautiful, large, thirsty Bath and Perfumes
Sponges 23c to $3.1111 Each     Over 50  different   Perfumes that
rival the Spring flowers	
73c to $3 per oz.
VIOLET DULCE LIQUID
Complexion Powder, 75c per hot.
Face Powders, Pace Chamois,
Rouge, Lip Salve and  all  the
well  knowii Face Creams on
tbe market.
Rath Powders—25c,  40c  and  73c
Pcr  Package.
Bath Brushes 75c to $2 each
Wash Cloths 2 for 25c
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when you want it
We anticipate vour wants long before you do.
We believe we ari' giving   the   Revelstoke  puMic  a
better deal than we sometimes get credit for.
COMAPLIX
BASEBALL
FLAMES RESPECT NOT TIME
Like tbe fly that settles on tbe no-e
of a monarch, fire visits us uiiher-
alced and unannounced. Prepare
for this worry-bringing contingency.
Insure Your Worldly Possessions
Let us write you a policy that will
cover any loss you may sustain from
fire or water damage. The premium
is so trilling that lew people indeed
arc willing to run lists that judgment and common sense forbi I.
Take out a policy to-day with the
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, Ltd.
A. E, KINCAID, Manager.
E. G. BURRIDGE & SON
Plumbers and Tinsmiths
Repairs,—Hot Air and Furnace
work  a Specialty
-WORK    SHOP—
Innnauzht   Ave.    -    Revelstoko
Bews Drug Store
The
Store
Luml)
umoermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
Far Buyer and Exporter
The Nakusp baseball club, accompanied by ihe Nakusp Band and over
a hundred fans and enthusiasts, chartered ihe Bteamer Kootenay ami jour-
neyt d to C'omai lis lo play the third
of a scries of six games scheduled be-
iwicii the Nakusp and (.'omaplix
teams.
The weather was ideally suited for
baseball and one of the largest crowds
ever assembled at Comaplix were- there
to encourage iheir favorite teams to
victory.
Saiunlay night the Comaplix team,
giving Webb, the league pitcher from
RevelBtoke air tight Biipporl, had the
fun' cinohed nnd were offering two
to on- ihat the "bushel's1 from tbo
"Banana Belt" would lie hopelessly
ovi'S 'nine Imt, when Nakusp opened up
the box of confe tion—Bingham and
Berr- sent them by Joe MeKinnon the
, well-known baseball caterer of Revel -
stOAC, a continuous stream of Comaplix dopesters wer,' headed ior the
lake shore io bury their coin before
the \isitors coiikl gel action on it.
Th ■ game was replete with good
, ball playing up to the seventh inning,
wh n Comaplix annexed two runs on
in'ichl errors 'by Nakusp.
| The "1'anana Eaters'' not to be ov-
enl n ■ by the ferocious "I'iua Cats"
started the fireworks in their half of
lhe eip.li h and h fi .ro lhe trouble subsided live runs were sio'ed. The
s ore:
NAKUSP.
A.B. R. H. PO. A. E.
110     3     2
4
Clatli?,   s.s.
( I   rk,     S'b.
Howell, 2b.
B rr,   c	
Butler,    If  4
Bulger,  lb  I
Bai nti. 1,1,    ii"    ... l
Murphy, cf  I
Bin.ham,  p  3
CITY  TRANSFER   COMPANY
Baggage Transferred
Distributing Agents*!*
and Storage      .    .   .
FURNITURE AND PIANO MOVING A SPECIALTY
BAYNES'   BUGGIES   AND  SLEIGHS   FOR   SALE
PHONE 276.    NIGHT PHONE 71
Old Town,    -   Revelstoke, P. C
before buying yonr outfit of working clothes
for the bush. I make a
specialty of Logving
Shoes, Pants, Sox, Shirts
Blankets and everything
required in vour business
I
37     5     8   27   12     (i
COMAPLIX
A.B. R. H. PO. A. E.
Boilcati,    F. 3b... 5 1
Mills, c 5 tl
Doyle,    b'.s 4 0
Webb,    P  3 0
Peter-on,   if  4 0
Wyer,  2b  4 0
Grahami  lb  3 1
Mclntyre,    If  4 n
Loileau,  A.,   cf.... 4 0
1 0
0 17
1 tl
2 (l
0 H
0 1
0 6
0 1
1 1
THE PLANS for good plumbing differ
from the ordinary kind.    Vou  may uut
I •■ al le to note the difference, but every
good   plumber   knows.   OUR    PLANS
include    o iiv   materials lhat   will   give
in   ind    wi rkmanship
■
No matter hon important  or bow un-
we   never
■ til ..f PLUMBING WORK
REVEISTOIE PLUMBING AND HEATING CO.
Special Summer Sale
Ladies' Coats
Ladies'    Long    Tweed   Coats,    to
clear at	
$8.00
House Waists
Ladies' Washing House Waists, to
clear at 	
50 Cents
Lad ies' Oxfords
Odd lines to clear out at a bargain
$1.50 to $2.00
cTViillinery!   Millinery!
New Summer Felts just
arrived by express.
Ladies' Tweed Suits
This Spring's Styles.     Sizes 34 to
36.    Ohly   a   few   to    lelcct    *
To clear at
$12 and $15
Ladies' Hose
Ladies' Black Cotton Hose
8 Prs. for $ 1.00
Men's Boots
Regular  $4.50   and  $5.50   lines   to
clear at
$2.50 Per Pair
:16 2 5 27 S 4
Summary—Three base hits, Derr;
two base nits, Duller, stolen bases,
Derr, .Mi.rpb., Bingham, F. Boilcau,
Doyle, Webb; si nick out by Bingham,
'J; by Webb 16; bases on balls, Webb
1; bit by pitched ball, Graham and
Webb by Bin.ham; time of trame, 2
hours. Umpire H. Johnson of Arrowhead.
Bcore by innings:—
1284*   6  ¥69
Nakusp   |)   00000   ti   50
Comaplix  0   0000   0   200
NOTES.
Murphy's one hand cateh oi Webb's
>ng  drive pul  him in good with   the
lair sex.
I'.t h   io  me  i id.'   was  lhe  signal
for   •Bin.'y'' ,0 tighten up.
Derr's   three  Backer  wiih the  bases
full ture wn   a c,iin gatherer. ,
.Mills'   superb   work on   the  receiving
o i .mis   , .... Iation to the funs.
Harry  Johnson handles the Indicative ., .1      ei.aan.
Beri     Cherrj        ab once   from  the
•as  ippreciated    by
am.
s-xi ni-,.   \n     t  :,r,i at  Nakusp.
Misses' and Children's Boots
Odds and ends of stock size*,   from
10 to 2, to clear at 	
$1.50
J+lleid tgl Voting <A
One   Tia-io   Voto   With
Every Cent of Your
(J.ish Purchase at
-• wn nc '.;
35 DAYS TO
GIRDLE
THE EARTH
B.I                 19—On  b'e,,r.l
an Pai ifle i.inei   Bmpi I
I an,   ,.   I,,,,.
' om Ja ' e •, ,,i    Mr, Henry
v'-a '   tbe   *.".i    '. or*   Hun, who     Ul
to i  lablleh a> new recor I    for
■ti   trip round the worl i
" h    . ■■■ i   .--it  van t. in   "ii e.n ihe
■■""fi1" . AugUil  .'n I,  he
'■ I imates he i an rea b New  fort  City
.vhie-ii he il«rtadi In 86  lay .   21
hours   mnl  .'.    iininii,.fi,      whi'h    1     th*
■a ' Ime '  ,., ,,.,,„■],. 1 ,-,,r a round*
the world  1 rip.
Mr, Meni   me • ,,, board bhe liner at
**! okohoui;,   nie.I    he     liolll'l   n.,W   1,1- well
on her w.iv ,1 ron the Paolflo.  Bvory-
iiiiiii: de-pendi upon theepeed lho vt»
:-e|    III llll':;   111    no      jn^.
Sher win    P o i -n f c
Williams   r din Lb
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
Dyes, 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 Uritish Empire; will give
more beat on less fuel, lust longer, look and cook better than
any stove on the market to-day, we can prove this to you.
Camp Stoves, Camp Outfits, Baseball, Lacrosse and Tennis
Goods, Bicycles, Fishing Tackle.
GROCERIES, Fruit and Vegetables. We do au ever
increasing trade In these; Quality Coods, Fair Prices, Correct
Accounts.
We are headquarters for Poultry Supplies, chick food, extra
Grade Wheat, Hay Feed, etc.
BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
GROCERS AND HARDWARE DEALERS
First St, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
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A Remarkable Expression
of Public Confidence ...
is shown in thc statement ot this Company for the fiscal year
ending March 31st, 1913. As compared wiih one year ago, the
following figures are exceptionally interesting:
ASSETS MARCH 3ls(,    1913   $466,915.73
ASSETS MARCH 31st, 1912  $111,268.CO
showing a net gain of $34.r>,(',47.12
This remarkable gain is positive evidence of tho convenience nnd practicability of the C. H. I. C. plan.
NEARLY ONE-QUARTER MILLION DOLLARS LOANED
TO CONTRACT HOLDERS nt .r> FER CENT. SIMPLE INTEREST DURING THE I'AST FISCAL YEAR.
If YOU Desire ft Home of Your Own—If you Would Be Independent  of  a Landlord—Investigate This plan—Now.
The Canadian Home Investment Co., Ltd.
"Canada's Old Reliable"
Home Office:    PACIFIC BUILDING, Second Floor
VANCOUVER. B. C.
Revelstoke Office :      -       J. B. WATSON REALTY  CO.
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P. BURNS & CO., LIMITED
WE HAVE SOME VERY CHOICE
LEGS OF MUTTON. TRY ONE
FOR  YOUR SUNDAYS DINNER.
P. BURNS & GO., Limited I
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FRESH SEPARATOR CREAM
A limited supply is being sent in
from the farm. If in need of
need of some, order a couple
of days ahead.        A* A*    .
John McIntyre *& SON
First Street. Telephone No. 93
WE   HJk."V"E   IT!
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1 fl - -
L4, 1      i*. BeLy
>'%. MmitLiJr'   : i
For a nice roast, steak or
chop of any kind, try us.
Swift's Premium Hams
and Bacon, Premium
Cooked Hams, Silver Leaf
Lard, Banner brand Eggs
or a nice plump Chicken
or Fowl-
Don't Forget we Sell Brookfield Butter
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
1
i1 WEDNESDAY, JULY 30th, 1913.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGE THRE1
J. B. Wataon Realty Co.
Sash and Door Factory on 100 foot lot.
MCKENZIE AVENUE- 8-rconied house on 60-foot lot $7500 00
1st. STREET—5-roouied bouse on 50-foot lot _ j>4000 00
2nd. STREET- 8-rooined bouse on 50-foot lot f3000 00
Double house on 75-foot lot J6000 00
5-roomed house on 50-foot lot _ $3000 00
5-roomed house on $1500 00
3rd. STREET -4  houses ..„ $2100 to $3400 00
10-roonied house on 300-ft. lot SihuOn on
2 lots (the pair) $ 800 00
2 lots (the pair)  $1500 00
4th. STREET -6-roomed house, nearly new  $2200 CO
6-roomed bouse on SO-ft. lot $3000 00
Bth. Street   3 6-roomed houses.    Kach $3200 On
9-roomed house $3800 00
7th. STREET   4 lots,   each $300 00
8th. STREET   .' lots.    The pair $1600 00
5-roomed house near C, P. R. Simps $ 650 00
3 Shops and rooms mi McKenzie Ave    $ 16,000
WEDDING DELLS
raMHSEEMaaMaieMrajsiaiarsiaieiEia
ty we iding wus solemn-1 SEMISMaiBMSEEiaEEieiSISiaiaEISia
Dominion Express Money Orders for Sale.
W. H. HOROBIN, Manager.       Local Agency American Casually Co.
l-'ire, Life ami Accident Insurance    Government Lands     Money to Loan
AGENT FOR  PACIFIC  SALES ASSOCIATION, LIMITED.
THE MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED  I05D
Record of Progress for Five Years—1906-1911
Capital
Reserve   -
Deposits
Loans and Investments
Total Assets
1906
* 3,000,000
3,000.000
23,677,730
27.457,090
33,090,192
1911
$ 4,000,000
4,600,000
35,042,311
38,854,801
48,237,284_
Has 83 Branches In Canada, and Agents and Correspondents in all
the Principal Cities In the World.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRAN6ACTEO
SAVINGS BANK  DEPARTMENT AT ALL BLANCHES
Interest allowed at highest current rate.
Revelstoke Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager
I
..INFANTS APPAREL.
Another consignment in the
above lines just to band    .    .
Infants White Silk Robes, Long and Short
Cream Cashmere Cloaks, White Embroidered Shortening Dresses	
MRS. A. G. CRICK,
FIRST STREET
Laughton CIS. Tapping, Props. First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
European Plan
Open Day and Night. - Meal Tickets, $6.00
MONTHLY BOARD
S^      H, J. NcSOI.LLY, rrcpnetcr.    \/
r£LSTO^
£•
Strictly Fist Class
Rooms Single, cn Suite
and with Bath
A  very  |itv:       	
ized 0n Wednesday, July 23rd, at 8 P-1
m.,  when MIsb  Katie  Roberison,     ol
Kirkwall, Orkney, Scotland, was unit-
ed in marriage to Mr. Alexander Milne
of  Vancouver, and formerly  ot Kirk -!
wall.  Scotland, The ceremony  was
performed at the bome ol tbe bride's
sisi.', Mrs. ,!o'.n Laughton, Fourth
Btreet, by Kev. J.W. Stevenson, li. 0.
Tbc large rooms had been beautifully
decorated for tha occasion with green
boughs, great bouquets of wild flow-
<rs, buue-lics of roses and g-ardeu
blooms. To tha strains of Mendel -
sobn's Wedding Mar.ii, played by Miss
Lillian Lee, the bride appeared conducted by Mr. J. Laughton, while her
paih was strewn with pansiea ly a
dainty lii tic flower girl, Miss Sural;
Laughton, The- bri'dal couple took
their places beneath an arch 'draped
with th' Ro'.icrtson tartan looped up
wiib white lilihou and bunches of
wh te roses. Tiny white satin thus
bearing tb,' Oanadian ensign were plao
ed here and there on the tartan.
Tho lovely bride wore a very becoming wedding gown oi pale lilttei saiin
eharmense with white hue veil an 1
oi au m' blossoms, sin' carried a shower bouquet of white cai nations, tier
younger sister. Miss Millie Robeitson,
was a beautiful bridesmaid, dressed in
embroidered white Brussels net. The
flower girl, little Sarah Laughton,
Wote white lingerie daintily trimmed
in pale blue. Mrs. Laughton, lister oi
the bri'do, wns Imndsonielo; gowned in
white peiini d'espiit with pale blue
piping and blue sa-di. The ceremony
was performed before a large assembly
of friends and relatives', who all joined in congratulations to the happy
couple.   Anion,' the gce-ts  many  beau
tiful   gOWna   Were   noticed.
The  picseiits   received   were  far    too
numerous io mention and included!
many rare and lovely gifts from Scot
land, a-1 well as a great numbev from
friends in this country. Th • wedding
party, ahout fifty In all, sat ui
a beautiful feast spn ad on two   long
O.  B.  N.  WILKIE
PROVINCIAL LAND   SURVEYOR
Office: Lawrence Hardware Block
REVELSTOKE, B. 0.
W.  H.   WALLACE,  M.B.O.S.A.
ARCHITECT
Box 205, Telephone 313. Revelsloke
BURGESS    AND   TAGGART.
Civil Engineers
Dominion and B.  C. Land
Surveyors   and  Contractors.
P. O. Box 317       Kamloops, B.O.
Branch  Office—Watson  Realty  Co.
IARVE\, McCARTER
AND PINKHAM,
Barristers.   Solicitor*,   K.tc
Imperial   Bank   Building   Rev#l-
stoks, B. O.
Money to Loan.
OfflMS—Revelstoka,    B.    O..     «.»rt
Cranbrook, B. O.
Geo. S. McCartsr,
\.  M.  Pinkham, J. A. Harvsj
Rtvdliitoke. Cranbrook
HOURT     MT.      BEGBIE,    No. 14(1.
OF I. O. V.
Meets in I. O. O. F. Hall next to
rapping'* Opera Houbo every »econd
eind fourth Monday in month. Vi«it-
n_ brethren onrdiallv welcomed.
H. V. MORGAN, O. R.
WM.   8.   CAMERON.   Rw..-Ssc.
-tBLKIRK      LODGE  li,  1.  O.  O.  F.
Meets every     Thursday evening   In
: Selkirk  Hall at 8  o'clock.     VUitlng
brethren cordially Invited.
C. NORTH, N. G.
JAS. MATHIE, S*c
KOOTENAY
LODGE. No. U A. F.
and A. M.
Regular     meetings are held in MAS-
table's; each"h"eant«uil7aa;rn^  with | nNI° T™™ _ ™d!!"0™'     HaU
(lowers.   A  thi-ee siorey  wedding  i-ako,
at 8  D    m
surmounted by  wedding bells held fie '
plaev of honor, and the bride having
put the knife into this, the groomsman divided it among the guests. Rov-
J.W. Ste'veu-eon then made a wilty
and interesting aeldress to Mr. nnd
Mrs. Milne' to which th1 groom re •
Bponded in a few well chosen words nf
thanks. Mr. J. Laughton and Mr.
Smith. C.B., then proposed the health
of the In id ■ and groom. Telegrams
were received from Vancouver and
other points and a cablegram from
friends  in  Scotland.
The remain ler of the afternoon was
enjoyed in music and -ongs. rhoto -
grapher Tucker took a picture of the
bridal party surrounded by the guests
After tea had been servedi by Mrs.
Laughton, ihe party left ia aiitos for
the west train followed by. showers of
rice and confetti.   The bride's travel-
on th* Third Monday in each month
Visiting brethren ar*
cordially  welcome.
J. HI HAMILTON, W. M.
A. G. BROOKER, Secretary.
O. W. O. W.
Mountain \ i»w Camp, No. 229.
Meet* Second    and     Fourth Wednesday*    In  each  month  in    Selkirk
Hall.     Vl»itlng Woodmen ar*
cordially invited to attend
JAMES  McINTYRR, O.O.
H. W. EDWARDS, Clerk.
REVELSTOKE LOYAL ORDER
MOOSE  No.  1085
lin.  dress was ., handsome suit of tan
whipcord with which she wore a . ivnm
lace hat  touched with pink.
Mr.  Milne i~' manager fur tbe Burns'
Hardwate    company    in    Vancouver,
where Ihey will  reside in future.
Among ihe prcsems received was a
hands em ' che-iiie from Mr. Joh i Laughton. the bri Ic's brother-in-law, and
anoih r from h"r broth r, Ml
Robertson of this city.
Meets     every tirst and third Tuesday   ln  Oddfe.lows    Hall.      Visiting
brethern cordially invited to attend.
A. Grant, Dictator.
H. L. Haug, Secretary.
Jas.
Union   Hotel
JUST NEWLY REPAIRED
RATES,      .     $1.50 PER DAY
Weekly and monthly rates to be arranged.        Meal Tickets, 21 meals for $6.00
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
A. P. LEVESQUE, Proprietor
AUSTRALIAN
P08TAL
GjKMISSIQN
Tb" aw- Australian government ia
losing no time in efTeiing changes in
the various federal departments, ac-
Ceirding to the Sydn-y correspon lent
ol the Morning Post. The post ollice is
in be placed i:ndei* the onlrol of a
business, non-political commission, a
decision which is generally approved,
parti' ularly by the commercial community, whi'h has long complained of
the serious tnefflciency of the post niid
telegrah  departments.
WrW®
Vropptd in th.   Jm    _.#
mii-Wi Post Bax
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Ciffars.   Rates $1 a day.   Monthly rates.
J.   ALBBET     STOTSriE      PEOP.
Read " Mail-Herald" SALES AND WANTS for Snaps
The following letter from  the little
daughter of Mr. W. Shuttlewood, will
be read with amusement:
My Dear Daddy.*—
I saw our hii in the paper and wonder who put it in. 1 do wish they
knew my name is not Stella, it is
HSstellfl and our ranch is not Carm -
wood, but Charmwood. I do wish that
Mail-Heiald would not have s'ueh ignorant people on their staff. But still
I suppose the people what it meant. I
teal >o mad but still we know, don't
we daddy.
Est«?Ua  Shuttlewood.
Who Gets the Piano ?
SYNOPSIS   OF COAL MINING
REGULATIONS.
Coal mining rights of the Dominion
in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Al-
aerta, the Yukon Territory, the
North-west Territories and in a portion of the Province of British Columbia, may be leased ior a term of
twenty-one years at an annual rcnt-
eil of fl an acre. Not more than
2,564 acres will be leased to one applicant.
Application for lease must be made
'iy the applicant in person to the
Vgent or Sub-Agent of the district
n which tbe rights applied for nn
•ituated.
The lease will Include the coal mia-
ng rights only, but the lesueo may
•• permitted to purchase whatever
available surface rights may be considered necessary for the working of
the mine at the rate of 110.00 an
acre.
In surveyed territory the land must
he described by sections, or legal
■>uii division* ot sections, and in un
surveyed territory the tract applied
lor shall be staked out by the ap -
plicant himself.
Each applicant must he accompan
lod by a fee ot %$ which will bs refunded if the rights appliod for are
not available, but not otherwise. A
royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the
rate of flve cents per ton.
Tbe person operating the mine shall
furnish the Agont with sworn roturns
accounting for the full quantity of
merchantable coal mined and pay ths
royalty thereon. If tbe coal mining
rights are not being operated, suoh
returns should be furnished at least
once a year.
For full information application
nhould be made to the Secretary rvf
the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to the Agent or Sub-Agent
ot Dominion Lands.
W. W. OORY,
GRANITEWARE        CRANITEWARE
I
JUST WHAT YOU HAVE
BEEN LOOKING FOR ..
Lipped Saucepans - 20, 25, 30 35c
Straight Saucepans - 25, 30, 40c
Pudding Dishes - 10, 15, 20, 25c
\ Rice or Double Boilers - 75c
Covered Pails - 25,35, 45, 50c
Dish Pans       - -      50, 65, 75c
Preserving Kettles,  20, 25, 30, 40c
Pie Plates, - 10c and 15c
Wash Basins - -     20, 30, 35c
SEE OUR NORTH WINDOW
Watch this Space for Weekly Bargains
Revelstoke Hardware Company, Ltd.
Apents for GURNEY'S CHANCELLOR Rargcs.
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros.
Props.
First-Class in all
respects.
All Modern
Conveniences!
RATES, $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Rates j
REVELSTOKE. B. C.
. . It Might Be Hot. .
BTJT
It is always fine in the plunge at Halcyon Hot Springs
whose natural hot medicinal waters are the most 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 the
greatest scenery of Canada, easy of access,—the Sanitarium is luxuriously fitted and finished for comfort and
convenience of guests.
Haleyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. BOYD, Proprietor,
Halcyon, Arrow Lakes
Howson C& Co., Ltd.
Furniture, Carpets and  Linoleum at Eastern Prices, Freight
c/ldded.
—_________—______——__________________
Howson CS, Co., Ltd.
200
Special Slaughter
SALE
EDISON   WAX
Records
*a_
Phone
262
Usual prico 65c each. Sale Price 40c Each
m      3 for $1     a
Cash with
Mail Orders
BINGHAMS
MUSIC STORE
MCKENZIE     AVENUE
Revelstoke,   -   B.C.
LET  US   DESIGN   YOUR   STATIONERY
The status of » l'«»'"»"» h.*?u" '" Mall-Herald
reflected In Its stationery. It PM1 .,,«•»_
to hate the liest that*, going. \\ e SR
giro vou the highest quality at It! Il.ctrlo Pr«M
lowest price.   Free estimates.
We offer you exntrt servie-e. Pr ut
is our I ei-iTie -- nml nur bobby too.
To the be«t sfk"'t:on of paper ami
type ae iuH Oftgtl alit* tun, urj tri*
ness of design and rapieldelhery.
I PAGE FOUR
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, JULY 30th, 1913*
Even if you think you have all you need
for that outing you have planned; come
in and look around, you may find something that will increase your pleasure or
your to mfort.   We have them all,
Tents tn hold a good parly. .$800 up
Camp Stoves with Pipes.. .$3.50 up
Hammocks, from $3.00 up
Aluminum Cooking Utensils (light to pack)
FISHING   SUPPLIES in  every  detail.
Guns. Rifles, Pistols. Ammunition.
Prospec'ors' Axes. Hunting Axes,
Shea;h  Knives	
PUBLISHED   WEDNESDAY   AND
BATOBDAT!  AT
IU**VM.N f'OKB. B    c.
jntciioi* ipnimtvniH) Company.
l.t.iv on
J.  K. JijhN.suN   Mauftfter.
H.U.l'H  t,.   ovjkUTON,   Kditor
WEDNESDAY, JULY 30th, 1913.
R. Z. CRAWFORD, Contracting Painter
SIGN PAINTING AND ALABASTINE DECORATING
A    SPECIALTY.    SATISFACTION   GUARANTEED
SHOP IN CMMING'S TRANSFER BLOCK,  -   Siv^o8^".
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■bm_«__o_____-—_____a
ire
you
Interested
-IN-
Cui Qiass Values
We have just received a large shipment of
finest CUT GLASS obtainable at values
hitherto 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
-AT
J. Quy garbers
Revelstoke s pioneer Jeweler
The Revelstoke Fall Fair 1913, to he
staged in September, is the next big
event on the map. Commencing with
this issi'ae, a campaign oi publicity will
le carried on energetically for tho
purpose of advertising the Fair, and
th.' e-iti/ens and public generally are
requested to assist the gool work hy
every  means in their power.
No letter should go to tha outside
woil I from Hevelstoke, without some
mention bein; made thereon of the'
forthcoming Fat*. Residents who anticipate' entertaining parties of friends
or visitors duitog the hill eannot do
better than lime their invitations to
take in the big Fair. Every effort
Iimi .1 also In* made tn dlssiminate the
ne'Ws and statements of the attrac -
lions to be here, among the large num
Iut of men working on the Double
Tracking and Tunnel Construction
within almost a stones throw of this
i outre.
Committees will use their host cn -
ilea* ors to secure the most powerful
drawing cards and sensational series
of amusement events obtainable for the
three days of tlie Fair.
Let everybody bri.hi n up, anl all
work to-ether to mako the Revelsto'-t
Faill Fair 1913, the best ever bei.
in  lhe  Interior  of British  Columbia.
SUPPORT
PROVINCIAL
It is the British Columbia manufacturer whom we expect to give us" employment, an 1 one of the ehi.'f ways
for rin n anil women to assist in tho
development of our manufacturers,
thereby creating hundreds of new* posl
tions and opportunities for advance -
ment is to -land by your local mer -
chants and buy British Columbia pro-
duets.
If hi' doesn't carry what you want,
force him to get it for you. and give
him tic b.eneflt of the profit; he will
th n be able to enlarge Ms stock, our
manufacturers will be selling him more
go.nis, the inevitable result more employment created.
'1 h • home met   ■ant- -nil- Mowers (0
you when you are ill. a ts as pal! hear
er wh n you die,    -its in lodges with
your  hi    ,,nel   m 1      brothers,  attends
the wed lings    i your -, n- .m.I daughters,      -upports  your ihurehes,  makes
•   voir  s h' ois.    Y.iu  tax    him
sewers, s.hool-, -iie-
bim I y buying I
products      Ha
n  Uritish Col-
r for a  ■ hur li   lx-il   or      a
iamp?
•re nt in
I bitm * ea
i merchants     to aid you     to
arry out at
i move-
it will a
CANADA'S BEST
IN USE 40 YE'RS
GOOD THEN -BETTER NUW
Perfect Scale, Purity of Tone, Susceptibility of Touch, Beauty of Finish, Workmanship and Durability,
OUR PLAYER PIANOS
with human-like control contains all tin
In test Improvements and devices The\
ire perfect in tone, artistic In de-iirn
.iml capable of giving lit" lout* service.
We I.MVITE COMPARISON
The very best material nnd the besl
skill tii.it money ran secure are eni
iiloyed iu their construction.
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Gm&tiBSk
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McKenzie Ave.. Revelstoke,   H. C.
Head Office and Facto, v, Toronto, Out
Phone. 262
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COAL!      COAL!      COAL!
Sole Agents for the celebrated Gait Coal
The Best Soft Coal in Western Canada
BANKHEAD   HARD   COAL
IN ALL SIZE \
BRIQUETTES
We have over 6(10 tons of the above coal on hand a"d can guarantee
prompt delivery. Now is the lime to lay iu your winter's fuel. Uon't
delay.    See us for terms and prices.
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
John n. sibbaia Pubs.
J. 1). SIBBALD, JK., SBC.
^:
J
Dominion Security Co., Limited
OF  REVELSTOKE, B. C.
bee; to announce that they have opened up offices at tbe
corner of First Street and Connaught Avenue for the purpose of handling real estate, timber, etc. It will pay you to
call and get particulars, and get in on ground floor prices.
We also make a specialty of listed properly.
A. McRae,
T. Kilpatrick,
President. Sec.-Treasurer
P. O. Drawer No. 4.    Telephone No. 321.
Come anil look Rl  "i:r Trim.-lc Slid
11"' 'II—      clKir.ll'lil'l  le  I   l-.el
PMCE.-6 LB. IKON. $*3.9(J
A    G.    DUCK
Estimates giveu free
The Cloth That Pleases You
REDUrE
puer
Ut    I
We solicit a sh tr.' of your patronage
Special attention yivtn to children
mm mm shop
We have ju t i pened
a shop in the    .
DEALPOOLROOWSS
After Six Years Service
to the Revelstche public we
scarcely need an introduction
JOS. HACK
uilieial  statistics  published  in  Lon-
..•a show  that  the  birth rate in  Engii. I an 1 Wale'    m 1912 was the lowest
0  I, being 23.8 per  1.0CO of popu
Iation, or ;i pcr 1,000 below the aver-
■le-  preceding  ten  year*.    The
so th ■ lowest ever re-
orded.
In Your Scalp
: say that a microbe
If you are losing
y ut our risk.
and
I :      Ob
ml-
.   their
nt
I
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HJ.-KUUHUlUlem^l.ete UTTIIXSUKV
The Revelstoke Boot, Shoe and Harness
Repairing Department
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
MAKERS   OF    FINE    WELT    SHOES
The style, th" woikmannhip H'"\ wenr
And comfort born of every pair;
Of 20th Century welts that's sold
Will draw new trade, and hold tho o'd.
<y OOOOOO OOOOOOOOOO 00*00 O OOO p
0 Imperial Bank of Canada <j>
Hoad Oinca-Toronto, Ont«,»fo. Q
Capital Subscribed - 7,000,000.00 0
Capital Paid Up -      -      7,000,00. .00 '
Reserve        - 7,000.000.00
Total Assets,       - - $77,900,000.00
Branched or Agents at all prinelp il points In Canada.
Agents in (irfat Britain una Uni'ed State—London, Rei^lntid,
Lloyds Rank, Limited. Chicago—Flint National Hunk, I'm-n Kx-
change National Bank, Seattle- Seattle National lie.uk. Sun Francisco—Wells Kurgo Nevada National Bauk. Spokane Exchange
National Hunk. V
Savings Bank Department a
Deposit's nf Ql and upward,  received,  and   interest   allowed  at   <«.
current rate from date of deposit.   Con espoudence solicited. *f
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.   9
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
f y
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WHEN WE WEIGH OUT
coffee, tea, sugar or other groceries
we don't cine i( the customer re-
wiighs it when she gelt I,nine.    I'or
correct ivt-iyht is jusi us much a
specialty with ns us high cl iss things
for the table at low q'mlity prices.
We don't cut prices ut the expense
of either quantity or qUd ily.
Hobson's Grocery
Phone 41
Box 734
The Revelstoke Nurseries
PHONE 56
H. T. MORTENSEN
' illor
VERTISER    OK    KACf>
OS
Dahlias
o : 1
'oas
Pott a J
Iant3
Look!!    Prices  Cut!!
No. 2 -2 x4   2x6
No.    1   2x8
No.    I   2x10   2x12
$13
$19
■ ■
Globe Lumber Company
'I   le'
I he Revelsloke Nurseries
POT I RUFF, Prop.
WALTER   BEWS.
, |   ,.,,'ei  ,
rhi 3_____) Mere
ion, I he ni lit  yardmaster   of
P.M at  v,        i      found   [ulltj
-ii    hi    \v nnipi g
n iluy. .1 oil     on'
on,  m Donald,  was sho   de i I
crial | at I bo time     ol
e
I    I.  ,     f        ,     ■    ,   .,\,t   ill
kM,
llir Ht mil Slot,-, nro Amfrloi'i drciteat
I'nilt Stern
icklv   • •
a
JVotu is tha time
to Order Vour Fuel
We can su]   I    ill rapt remenla
in the l»  ! qualih ohl linahle in
nd i .
IUI     'e   ill 1     With   US
and wc nill • Icai e you.
H. J\[. Coursler WEDNE3PA.Y, JULY 30th, 1913.
THE   MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
W3SB
PAGE FlVBf
Free Public Telephones on Each Floor
Rest Room for the use of the Public on the Second Floor,
New House Furnishing and Carpet
Department on Second Floor.
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. $. Jfume Sii Co.. £imited
Watch Our Windows for
Special Lines and Bargains During This Month
Look at Price Tickets.
Our Embroidery Sale Now On
GET   ITOTTIR  SHAEE,
SIEIE   THE   G-OOIDS
A Table at IOc      A Table at 15c
A Table at 35c      A Table at 85c
VlWIli-
The Goods Will Speak for Themselves,
See the Embroidery Bargains
n:"%i\-m-BB
MEN'S FURNISHINGS.   SHOE DEPARTMENT
Men's Wash Vests
Take a look at this one and ask yourself if you can afford
to pass it up. Over four dozen Wash Vests in plain and
fancy shades and patterns. Not one of them sold regularly
for less than $1.50. For the next few days only the price on
each and everyone vvill be GoC
Panama Hats
We have still a few left and can give you any size. The
prices make them well worth your attention   	
$10 Hats for $6 00
$7.50 Hats for $4.76
$6.00 Hats for $4.00
Neckwear
All shades in Fancy Knitted Ties directly imported from
the New York Factory.   Others wonder at the price <loC
Slater Shoe Sale
When you buy a Slater Shoe be sure you get what you pay
for. Look for the sign of the " Slate " stamped| on the sole
as well as the price. ■ We are SOLE AGENTS for the City.
Just now we are clearing out our odd lines; over one hundred
pairs this week, and all at the one price	
$3.35 Per Pair
Oun Grocery and Crockery Department
"NEW GEM" SEALERS ARE THE BEST
WIDE   TOP—In   Pints,    Quarts   and    Half    Gallons.
SEALING   GLASSES-Quarter  Pints and  Half   Pints.
Have a look and a taste of our Strawberries before buying
elsewhere.    Fresh from the Ranche every morning.
TO   THE GOOD  HOUSEWIFE
Why waste ymir time antl energy slicing ham and bacon with a knife
when you can come to our Grocery department and watch us do it
with mn* V. B. P. Meat Sheer. It saves you time and worry and en-
sures satisfaction to your self and family. Every slice is the same
thickness, just as you like it. thin, medium or thick.
Try om* (''inked liuu.   Every slice ready to serve.
Swift's Premi i n Bacon or Boned Ham sliced to suit your taste. Tell
us how you like il and we do the rest.
i
HIS IS THE TIME FOR FLIES
We have a large stock of Wilson's Fl) Pad . Fanglefool Ply Paper in Bheets; Two-inch
Vi    ' Fly Catcher, 60 to a box, $1.75; Four-inch Viper Ply Catcher, 50 to a 'uox, $2.25.
*J»#*#<$Hfc4|H$f^^^*#^*$^#
| Specials for Friday and Saturday J
t *
Y   Post Tavern Special (breakfast food) per package.... 15c   $
Lowney's Ground Chocolate, per tin  IOc   Y
J*   Chicken Tamales  |5C   •*$♦
*0#&*#-#*#*$#*€>-#*^$ ^
House Furnishing Department
■ .M.: a ; ,1 ,.|  Muslin Curtain   i >raperiea  in
our   Hon e   Furnishings   Department    White,
i , earn and ( oloi ed Window and An   ! )i
that sell .ii 35c t >   'v.   i'ii sale now at
25c
All i )ur Carpet bj the     rd are    iinR on sale at
ONR-THIRD   OFF  the   K< Rulai   Prlc ■■    Vou
i in buy
$1.50 Carpet for $1.00
JAP MATTING ..ems   and
, at
35c to 65c
CARPETS    \ very prettj   B square
x 9 feet, • IPi
$14.65
J PAGE  3IX
THE MAIL-HERALD,TREVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, JULY 30th, 1913.
News in Brief
Swift's Premium
The Proper  Breakfast
Ham or
Bacon
Swift's Premium Ham—of mild, delicious flavor, imparted by Swift's
Premium Method of Curing.    Not necessary to parboil before  broiling.
Swift's Premium Bacon—the sweetest and best bacon in the World.
Buy in the piece or sliced
At Ait Dcakn Swift Canadian Co. mi
AGE EFTS WANTED
TO   SELL   OUR   FAMOUS
"RED TAC TREES"
LI1JERAI.   COMMISSION
AND    GOOD    TERRITORY
Oni
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES. LIMITED
II! ... I
Your
Individuality
Delineated
T. II. DROSTE, Sec-
BOX .SM
aldkrgrovf:.  b. c.
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Everybody Knows the Value
of a Combination Safe .   .   .
Photo-
... re* I *
Look Us Up!
The
Trueman
Studio
M    Dougtal  Tiiurrtrr
At the World's Christian Citizenship
Conference hold dn Portland, the federal authorities were urged to make a
thorough investigation of the Morro-
on Ohurch, and that the church] bo f0r
bidden the use of iho mails 'because of
the circulation of alleged treasonable
and s-.-ditious utterances and literature
Aubrey Boulcicault, actor and playwright, died of pneumonia last Friday
lut the New York hospital- He had
! teen in poor health for yca(a. Mr.
Bour.icault was a son of Dion Bouri -
cault, a well-known English actor and
was born in London in 18GS. He came
to this country in 1S90. He was well
known on the Pacific Coast in the
early  days.
Leading restaurants, hotels, and
olubs in London are complaining of
the dearth of chefs, cooks and waiters
brought about largely by the abuorm
nl demand in Canada. During the
~Li. k eason (i-0 men of this clnss left
the country to take up positions in
tho dining car Services of Canadian
railways, and a further large number
have' left for either places im th" Dominion.
Canada is working up with Germany
a moo.I si/.ed trade in wheat and materially cutting into Australia as a
soiuv- of supply in that regard. Completed tigures for 1912 received at Ottawa show that importations of wheat   '
; from Canada aggregate 2,G90,2'.)!> bushels, as against 8M),174' in tho previous
year. Imports of wheat from Australia last year were .V.>2,719 bushels, a
decrease of 52G,('O0 as compared with
i1911.
Bishop De Pencier haa anno acl
lhat good progr.'-'s is being male' in
the proposed division of the presen
Anglican 'diocese of New Westminster,
into two parts, the northern pan of
whieh will be known as the Mission -
ary See of Cariboo. The synod for the
election of the new bishop will b as-
Bombled in the autumn, and it is hoped that the now diocese will be In active work in the beginning of the
new year.
New Westminster is to lose the Rea.
J.S. Henderson. Thj pastor of St. An
draw's Presbyterian ohuroh, ut the
quarterly meeting of Westminster
Presbytery, accepted the new position
of field Moratory of social service and
o\an.'elism for British Columbia, and
notified the ruling body of the church
in that section of tli.' province that he
wished his term of olli'P as pastor of
St. Andrew'- 'o terminate the last
week in August.
' WILSONS^
FliiPAD
POISON
Ask your Druggist or Grocer
to show you thc new plan for
killing all the flics in your
house or store in one night,
and have neither flies nor fly
killers about in the daytime.
J. P. SUTHERLAND
Transfer      Draying
Handling Pianos a  Specialty
Phone 42   -    Night Phone 85
DEPARTMENT    OF    MILITIA    AND
DEFENCE.
New Drill HaU at Kami >ops, i3 0.
NOI ICE TO  CONTRACTORS
Sealed Tenders marked on ths    cn -
velope "Tender for Construction of a
new Drill Hall at Kamloops, B.  C,"
and addressed to thei Director of Con-
! tracts, Department of Militia auu De-
I fence, Ottawa, will be received     until
1 noon, Augusl 1(1,  1913, for the    con -
j s'lruction of a new Drill Hall at Kamloops, B.C.
Specifications may be seen and full
particulars obtained at the others of
tlve District Ollicer Commanding Military District No. 10, Victoria, B. C;
the City Clerk, Kamloops, B.C., aud
the Director General of Engineer Ser-
\iccb, Headquarters, Ottawa.
Tenders must be made on  thc    form
supplied by the Department and aecom
panted  by an  accepted cheque  on      a
Canadian Chartered Buuk, for ten per
cent (10 p.c.) of tho amount  of     the
tender,  payable    to the order of    the
Honourable the     Minister of    Militia
and Defence, which     amount will     be
forfeited if iho party tendering declines
to enter into or fails to complete   tho
contract in accordance with liis tender
Tbe Department does not bind itself
to accept the lowest or any tender.
EUGENE FISET, Colonel,
Deputy Minister.
Department of Militia and
Defence, Ottawa,  July 14,  1913.
Newspapers  will  not be paid if  this
advertisement is inserted without authority from the Department.
2st   Iss.  J.21', 2t
CORPORATION    OF   THE CITY
REVELSTOKE.
OK
Notice is hereby given that the Annual sitting of the Court of Revision
of the City of itevelstoke to hear all
complaints against the Assessment for
the year 1913 as'mudo by tho Assessor
will be held in the Council Chamber,
City Hall, on Tuesday, August Bth,
at 8 p.m.
Dated at City HaU, Revelstoke, B.
C,   June 23th,  1913.
W. A. GORDON,
Acting City Clerk.
1st iss. July 2, lOt.
NOTICE.
built
Revelstoke Land District.
District of Wost Kootenay.
Take notice that     Claude     Watson
Ing permits last week  Cameron of Nakusp. B.C., occupation
Si
G. W. BELL
P. O. Box 208
GROCER & BAKER
Phono No. 23
UU
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.. Ltd.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.l
IT'S PLEASANT
TO BE SERVED
Manufacturers of Aerated Waters
WINES
LIQUORS
CIGARS
Agents for Calgary Beer
at thn
only i
ef
And tbt
THE FINE MEAL YOU WILL ENJOY
mid  thai the
'.V.'.irr
■are *
mi'l in nut Wll 'if fere     if pei<•
Ml    ;e.-r(i'e liv
■erved, «iii gain youi friendship,  wr
■in
WINDSOR   CAFE
A. (i. Tin UCtaOM ItWMgtr,
Wlnnlp
pa - 1 th.' JlO^OOO-,000 mark an 1 in.li-
ations are that last year's '-ecord of
twenty million will lee' passed as the
permits have Dol yel been taken out
for    thu   new . ■ Q  Parliament
buildings, lhe Quebec Bank, Panta^os
theatre, new Hudson's Bay store, nor
Peter Lali & Sons' building of
• i eiie.fn "tori'-s, which will he the
.ii i anada. An addition to the
e I'H. Kort Carry Hotel to cost $750
COO it being planned and the do'Ming
of  Kort Cany   hotel  to coast $750,000
•lohn M Let,nan, rireman, and Frank
Hamlin, de  kh md,-of the steamei  No-
1 owned at Athalmer last
week.   It appears  that    Hamlin    and
Thomas  U rare in  bathing    to-
ir-ther, anl      u ld> nly it was noticed
•ha*   H An red to be drowning
Before We ton could enter the   water
i   isi  Hamlin,    Mclennan  jumped
iverbo i ':•■        iiii.t and Ham-
down with him
*.! i.« nnan mer in bhe val -
.    i ■ 'href yean a <> M ■
i      diown"d   n'or
Bi   tberhood  ui
e I by    the
..      ....    -.., . . e<r
Item  B   de-
i*     .1' ley the men
e    crn  mad-i ol  tlio
/. ./eH'Thle
, •    will      Ik'  n
•    el    the
men » union,     * I inr
Bl .1  t '..• mnl
•']   ,n  thn  1 riit^-d  Hiatei. "
Ng  railroad  men
i men * ill noi be
a-k<y| a .   'iik*  any  part,   j
Th»  * t h'-  Ki iMl    nc of
ni..  ha1 the government should
o
us just now     de-
'■roy-d  a   thxjr are' doing awny  with *
■   of    salmon       Thl      ll
,'  tie- Bah nfter 'h'-y bei onu      te M
tn the n-ta and when fishermen   take
ip their n>ts  thoy  gi-norally    lind      a
- •  nl isjln ■■<      i ll  url two
three i h     What ^- o. ■!. l otherwise
b< n t'r 'H'niile a'e-h turn" out to lie
worth '>nly n'.oiii 75c. or JI. This
mneeiiie' i. all thn' somo r«icivB for a
night's liileeei    Tlm  linli.Tinen  sny  tlint
Prult Rancher, intends to apply for
permission to purchase thc following
described lands.
Commencing at n potft planted at
North Mast Corner of Timber Limit
Number 537*8, thence south CO chains,
th.'ne-e cast 40 chains, thonce follow -
ing the meandering of the lake to placo
of commencement, containing one hundred acres more or less.
Dated June 2nd, 1913.
CLAUDE WATSON CAMERON
1st issue June 7, COd.
WATER  NOTICE.
J, W. A. Anstie, agent ior the Forest Mills of British Columbia, Ltd., of
Revolstoke, B. C, by occupation a
Lumber Co. Manager, give, notice that
i intend on the 5th day of September
next, at eleven o'clock iu thc forenoon
to apply to tho Water Commissioner
t.t his otlico at Kamloops, B.C., for a
license to take and use Nino cubic feet
of water per second from Crazy Crook
,i tributary of Eagle River.
The water will be used on N. i, Sec.
28, Tp. 23, R. '., W. (ith M., B.C., for Industrial purposes.
1 intend to apply at the same time
for permission to storo (12) Twelve
acre-feet of the said water in a reservoir at Taft, B. C, about 300 feet,
north of Thc Canadian Pacific Rail -
way aud about 200 feet west of Ci*azy
Creek.
Datod this 21st day of July, 1913.
W. A.AN8TIE.
1st iss. July 23, one month.
NOTICE.
in  the  Mutter of  the  Land  Registry
Act, and in the Matter of Lot  17,
Block 21, RovclsftoKo    Oity  Map
03GA.
To Whom it may concern:—
Whereas the following title deed of
the a'eove mentioned property has
hern lost namely:—Conveyance datod
1st March, 1U05, from Frederick William llrown to Minnio A. Brown
This is to give noti'v to anyone dnto
whose | osse-sion the aforesaid title
d ed may have '-ome and who has any
knowledge of the whsreabouts of the
suid d-cd to deliver same to tbe tin-
ihi signed Samuil 11. Roe. Esq., Dis-
Iri t   Registrar of Land Titles Nelson.
And further Take Notice that fail -
in,' the production of this deed within foui weeks from lho date of tho
Best publication hereof that tho said
District Registrar will proejeed to is ■
ue a Oertiflcate of Title In the narao
ol Carrie Grant Lawrence of Revel-
Moke, B.C.
I>,it«'d at the Land Registry Ofllce,
Nelrion, B.C., this 24th day of June,
IMS.
8. R. ROE,
District Registrar.
June 28, One month.
WATER NOTICE
I, W. A. Anstie, a^cnt for the Forest Mills of Dritish Columbia, Ltd., of
Revelstoke, B. C, by occupation a
Lumber Co. Manager, give nolice that
I Intend on the 5th Jay of September
next, at eleven o'clock in the forenoon
to apply to the Water Commissioner,
ut Ids otlico itt Kamloops, for a license
lo lake and use One cubic- feet of Water per second from Crazy Creek, a
tributary of Eagle River.
Tho water will be used on N. J, See.
28, Tp. 23, R. 5, W. 6th M., B.C., for
domestic purposes.
Dated this 'Jlst day of July, 1913.
W. A. ANSTIE.
1st iss. July 23, one month.
COMING EVENTS
tli.   ,•<>»••!muTi1   shoul'l  levy  n  nounty
lor all tnll that am caught.
August 'J.*!—The Making of tho Panama Onnal ond Balkan War, Kinemacolor "Pictures, Empress theatre.
August 2**,—Billy Clifford, Empress
theatre.
August—.—"Satan" 5000 feet wonderful Motion Pictures, Empress theatre
11 t.i ber — The Allen Players and Miss
Vrrna Felton In new plays at the
Opera House.
WATER    NOTICE.
For ft License to Take and Use Wator
Notice is hereby given that Tho
Canadian I'acilic Railway Com].uny of
Montreal and Vancouver, will apply
for a license to take and use two
cubic feet pcr second of water out ol
a stream three-quarters of (l milo west
of Revelstoke station, which Hows in
a southerly dire.-tlon through and
within a portion of Revelstoke Town-
site, and empties into Columbia river
near Revelstoko. Tho water will bs
diverted at a point one-quarter mile
from C.P.R. main line and will be
uH.-tl for Industrial purposes on the
land described as Canadian Pacific
Railway Company's station grounds
nt Rovelstoke.
'lliii notice was posted on the
ground on the 21st day of May, 1913.
The application will be filed in the
office of the Water Recorder ftt Revelstoke.
Objections may be filed with the said
Water Recorder or with the Comptrol
ler of Wnter Rights, Parliament Build
ings,  Victoria,  B.O.
Canadian Pacific Railway Company
Applicant. By B. W. Bateman,
Agent, Vancouver, B.O.
Shilohiyi
Tha   family   remedy   for   Couiha   and Coldi
Shllob coats  ao  little   and docs   so muchr
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! WEDNESDAY, JULY 30th, 1913.
THE   MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
PAGE  SEVENf
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SALE
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SATURDAY, AUG. 2, will positively be the LAST DAY
of this Great Money-Saving* Sale and Monday morning
will find all our left-over merchandise marked at
Regular Prices. .......
Don't Forget
the Date
Sat. Aug. 2
Two Closing Specials
Boys'Overalls, from 2 to 9 years.
Reg. 75c.      Now, 45c per pair
Boys' Skull Caps.    Reg. 35c-60c
Sale Price, -        2 for 25c
Positively
The Last Day
Sat. Aug. 2
MEN'S SUITS
We allow none but Clothing of repute to find a place in our Store, therefore we can
give an absolute guarantee with every garment sold. Note the makers and prices.
Society Brand, Goppley, Noyes & Randall, and the House of Hobberlin.
SUITS WORTH   $35.00
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25.00
20.00
17.00
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BOYS' FINE TWEED SUITS FOR $5.40
SALE PRICE, $26.50
22.00
17.50
13.50
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Boys' Bloomer Suits
Extra good values   here   for   Boys   between the  ages of 8  and  16.
The  newest cut in  2   and   3   button   Double-Breasted   Coats.    Full
Sox«8 Pairs for $1.00
Regular 25c per pair _ brown and black and mixture.
Bloomer Pants                                   	
SALE PRICE, $5.40
MEN'S SHOES
25 Pairs of Boys' Plain Knickers
These are Regular from 75c to $1.75.   They are made of dark grey
Tweeds of strong, dependable quality, full lined.   All plain bottoms.
SALE PRICE, 40c
In this lot are included a variety of this Season s Best Footwear  in  the
most desirable styles and made by" such well-known makers as Geo. A.
Slater and Murray Shoe Co.     Every pair Goodyear Welt sewn.    cy4.11
leathers and all sizes.    Values up to $6.00 _	
SALE PRICE, $3.90
Underwear!      Underwear!
40 Pairs  Boys'  Shoes,  all  sizes.   Sale Price           $1.90
Regular 75c Balbriggan for 45c.                     Boys' Balbriggan for 25c
MENS SHIRTS
Men's and Boys' Hats
Men's and Boys' Straw and Linen Hats at HALF PRICE. All styles to
choose from.
100 Men's Felt Hats.   Regular Price $3.00	
even's Shirts.   Reg. $1.50 line    Sale Price, 75c
They come in plain colors and fancy stripes, and all the most
fashionable colors,   c/lll sizes.     Sale Price             75c.
Boys' Negligee Shirts.    Reg. up to $1.25.    Sale Price,                        65c
Men's Silk Shirts, in white, cream, Pongee and  Fancy*  Stripes.    Reg.
SALE PRICE, $1.90
$5.50.   Sale Price    $2.95
Men's Working Shirts, in dark twill and sateen and light stripes.   Sizes,
MEN'S SHOES
cTWEN'S   HEAVY   WORKING   SHOES—3.50    Values—$1.90
14?, to 17i.   July Sale Price    65c
The balance ol our Boys' Wash Suits and Blouses at HALF PRICE
100 Overall Smocks.   Reg. 1.00 and 1.25.   Sale Price     65c
McRAE MERCANTILE CO., LIMITED
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*'.* HUGE EfGHT
THE MAIL-HERALD,maREVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, JULY 30th, 1913.
L0(M and GENERAL
t     j.i;. Devitt ot    Oaigary, is In tha f^
1 oity. I*
Mr.  aiiel Mrs.  J,  1..
comer, aro in the city
Mollis of  Van-
T. Graham of Que-uol Porks, is a
business visitor to Revelstoke thi" mid
week.
F.E.   Bradshaw of Vancouver, ia iu
lty.   He can lie' found at the King
Edward hotel.
\\'. Houston of Vancouvor,
ti.-ed among western visitors
rivi   yesterday.
was
to
110-
ar-
Mrs, Grubbe of Gold m,
in Revelstoke i he yfiU'-1 of
Mrs, CD. Paget.
is
visiliuK
mother,
Mr. U.K. Hi'in of Vancouver, is doing business here t.e.lay. He arrived
tie m  the west yesterday.
Mr. arvl Mrs. Geo. Norman of Van-
'. are in  ihe. oity. Thoy are' stop-
1 ing at the K n_  Edward,
Mr. J. A. Scott  e,i     the Alexander
■  shop of Calvary, lias accepted
a position in the Oapitol -hop ol  this
• I
Tho Revelsloke Musl a.  Society     is
now under full swing,   Rehearsals will
earlj  Wednesday evening at
£ p. m.
Among  Southern  B.C.  visitors  this
t I. are Mr, and Mrs. A. Brook     of
*Mson.   They are guests at tho   King
Edward.
Anoihe'i American tourist te, visit
Revelstoke thi-' week, i- Mr, Fred
Ewing of Equallka, Illinois. He is a
guest at the King Edward.
We notice the genial euuntonanoe of
1 R Calder i f Rogers Pass, on the
Ft:, ts yesterday. He is among the
guests at  the King  Edwaod.
t*. D. Hamilton ol Winnipeg, is in
lhe city.
S, Porgus of Winnipeg, is paying
RohelBtoko n short visit thi" uve'k.
Mr. aiul Mrs. N. H. Johns of Nelsoit
I came In  on Tuesday's south train.
Mr. and Mrs. CH. HaU of Calgary,
ine in town. They are stopping at
tho King  Edward.
M. Nagh and family of Edmonton,
are in town. They are stopping at
llic  King  Edward.
Mr. Thompson of Sicamous, came In
,,n Monday'- early east bound. He is
ai the King Edward.
C.W. Taylor accompanied by nis son
1,0th of Victoria, wen' guests at the
King Edward yesterday.
F.E. Bradshaw of Vancouver, aud
J.W, Benzie of Kamloops, nre business
visitors here ihis week.
Pointed Paragraphs of Provincial Interest
t
JUST THINK OF IT
FOUR HUNDRED DOLLAR UPTON PIANO
ABSOLUTELY GIVEN AWAY
-% v»v^%*v^*»fc*^*m^%^k^.-m.*-u.*,*^*^^%*.-%.^*%^^^^k. v%-^'u^fc^*%^ ;
Lord Arthur Cecil, a hulf 'brother of [    King Alfonso of Spain, wifl soon bo i .,..
SOCIAL and PERSONAL
Mrs.   Atkins  returned   Saturday  evening from a week nt St. Leon.
the late Lord Salisbury, diod
Thursday after a short illness,
IJ2 years.
Premier As.iiiith has promised the
House of Commerce that the govern -
ment would present to it at its next
session its schome for tho reform
ihe'  House of  Lords.
last  a bio   to    enjoy ft windfall of. JB00.O0O
ajjed \ bequeathed to him by Albert Sapone,
I formerly     mayor of    a Bmall     town
near   Toulon,   who died in an asylum
some lime ago.
Sir Wllfrird Laurier, who for several
iluys was confined to his residence on
ueeount of a slight attack of brou-
chitia, i- roported io he fully recovered
and is again up and about agU/in in the
I.i fll  of health.
An appeal has heen taken hy tho
of Canadian Pacilic Railway to the government from an oixlcr 'hy the railway
Bonrd, directing the Grand Trunk Pacific and Canadian Northern railways
to tile new lumber tariffs from British
Columbia to points in tho three prairie  provinces.
That advertising is now a science is
again demonstrated practically to thu
buying public of this section by the
wonderful advertising system now oiu-
by that moat onterprisetng business house, Lawrence Hardware Co.,
who aro going to give away ABSU - lo Albert Canyon.
LUTBLY FREE) lo some ono of their I
customers on Decomher 27, 1913,   the |    Mrs. W. A.  Sturdy aud children loft
beautiful    UPTON    PARLOR GRANB  on Tuesday evening's train, for a week
Mr.  A.   E.   Kincaid  spent tho  weekend with the family at St. Leou.
Mrs.  Greenwood and daughter,     of
Sixth street, arc away for a few weeks
Mrs. W.A. Poote and son Rodgers,
left for St.. Leon Tuesday morning to
enjoy a Weeks' holiday.
Mrs.S.  G,
.1.   W.
lie,111   tlle
mo ning
nays.
Small of Winnipeg, came In
east on Monday and is re-
over nl    Itevelstoke I'or a   few
Charles Hnhn of Lwoiston, Idaho,
an I P.L. Snalon of Moscun, Idaho,
aro in townthis week, gues'is at the
King Edward.
The Empress theatre has some fine
attractions  booked, and    theatre-goers
will bS able (o see sonic of New York's
finest productions.
.). 11. Howden, attorney-general of
Manitoba, is visiting Revelstoke this
week. Hc is the guest of Mr. aud
Mrs. W.H.  Horohtn.
The labor department has been advised of the adjustment ofthe trouble
at the Arcadia Collieries at Stellar -
Ion. N.S. Fifteen hundred men were
involved, They got certain wage and
otb.er concessions, J. C Walter* of
Ottawa represented  the men.
Scotland Yard is investigating the
'reported theft ofa J62B,000 pearl necklace, whieh disappeared while In Iran-
sit from l'ans to London by post,
, \\ hen the package was opened by tho
dealer to whom it was consigned,
nothing except sugur was found.
PIANO which is now on exhibition at in the Okanagan valley.
] their store. This Piano sells for POUR
I HUNDRED DOLLARS and is a HIGH
CLASS instrument in every respect,
GUARANTEED by the makers for
TEN      YEARS.   JUST   THINK    OK
IT !   A four hundred dollar Piano to  from a visit to Chase,  where
j ho GIVEN AWAY' I   A fow years ago,   tho guest of Mrs. Aylmor.
I if a merchant was to do  such a  thing
Germany has purchased for her hos- | |,e     W01ll.a |„, considered a fit subject
pitals    and medical institutions every ' for an a!)yiuin,      but   conditions have
available   milligram    of BritWh-made changed, yet in llie face of the enorra-
Robhdns returned Sunday
he  was
radium. Her emissaries who came to
London with an appeal tor eight times the quantity they wero able to obtain, paid cash down and returned
without delay witb their precious
charge.
In the I hi eu months, April, May und
June, 1918, no less than 210,000,000 ft.
of logs were scaled hy the govern -
mint's scalers in th;' Coast district.
This is ., gain of 22,000,000 feet    over
the quantity scaled for the correspond   P"™"*"! *a largest number of votes
ing quarter of 1912,  when 21«,0O0,lK)O
ous sum siient in advertising, tho fuel
of Lawrence's Hardware Co. giving
away a $100.00 piano ia a stupendous
undertaking and it clearly ilomoii-
strates their 'desiro to be "always up
to and a little ahead" of tho Bpirit of
tbo timed.
Every  purchaser  of  $1.01) Worth      Of   >'>   ultendaii
goods from any 'department of their
store will receive ,a coupon good for
100 voles    on the piano.     The person
Mrs. G. S. McCartor and family ro-
(urned on the midnight train Satur -
day  from  a week at Seattle.
Mrs. A. O.Lee and duughlei i Lillian
and Alma, left bho firsl of (he weok
to spend ,a few days eat Sl.Leon.
Remember the lawn festival this
evening on St. Francis churoh grounds'
Everybody welcome.   The band will bo
About August Bltli, Hon. Robert
Rogers, Minister „f Public Works, will
start on a lour of the west, visiting all
This afternoon ai four o'clo ■*. the important points through to Victoria.
Vernon and Uevelstoke baseball t-sms He* probably will make a number of
will play an important match. All Important announcements during tbe
th.' stores will he closed and a big t«P concerning public works at'difler-
tinie is1 expected.   Of course _ ou     wil!  ent points.
feet We're measured, and establishes    a
record.
By a majority of 27S North Grey
last week elected Mr. Colin S. Cam -
eron, Conservative, lo represent it in
the Legislature.   It was the vote     in
to   them on  December  27th   will      re. • i
ceive the piano     absolutely free     Mo |
favors will he shown and every person
will receive an e pial chance. The reputation     enjoyed    by     Lawrence's for
"s pure  dealing,"      insures this  fact. I
We  think   the  buying people will ap - i
p  '.iaie this extremely liberal offer on
Miss Gowan of
has   seat   back her
California, and  the
accepted  the same.
the  Selkirk  tn
resignation
se lio. it   board
hool,
from
has
tbe town of Owen Sound that defeated   the part of thW up-to-date local firm,
Mr. John. McQitakcr, Liberal oandidate   and   wo   predict  a lively   scramblo   for
be
rooter for your your team.
Major  A.W.   Hewits0n  of  ihe  Royal   a8.the  ,own -av0 Mr. Cameron „   ma-   voles.
The    produ. tion  of     "Uncle Tom's  Artillery corps and a member of    the
Mi-s Jessie McKay from  Seattle, ar-   ca|r;n'* al   ,ilL,  opera  house  last   Mon-  Military Plying  Corps,  was killed    at
i      ! Saturday ona visit io her coiis-   (j     „;_,•,,  w.ls wey played to a crowd  the     army aerodrome   at   Salisbury,
in, Miss Janet McKay, and will     re-  (.d nouse|   This was one of the     best!England,
jority of 200, while in the rural  parts ,
Mr. Me'Quaker  had a malority  ol  iwo. !
"ajajsEJaiaMaisrajaisisisisjEjajEfeusiafiSJ
■a
last   week  when  his    niono-
tillle'
enjoying    Revelstoke
::iain some
scenery.
J.E. Martin, K.C, of Montreal, has
been appointed to represent the interests oi th'' Dominion before Lhe "Better Terms"  Commission for     British
Columbia.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Bowden returned
last week from a trip to Eastern Canada. They have ehgnged iheir re-i -
dence from McKen>|ie avenue to 5*2,
Third  street,  west.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Bell and Family,
left Tuesday morning with a complete
. pin.-outfit l'>r Tappin grove where
th most of th'tn will remain a iong
a- the camping is good.
I lays ever  staged in  Revelstoke,
those who  were not present missed   a
treat.
Mis- Margaret Johnson, teacher of
iho junior department at tbe Michel
sehool, wbo has been visiting hei hro-
and  plane'  fell from  a height  of 1000 feot.
Tbe machine look two sharp a turn
and overbalanced. In striking tne
ground the nieeioi exploded and bui-n-
e.l ihe' aeroplane to ashes.
An effort i- being made by tho   Ed-
iher. J.K.  Johnson, left on Tuesday's monton  Industrial  Bureau to promote
south train for Nelson where -ho fillL trip through the United States of tha
attend  the     Physical  training school businessmen of seven of the principal
for the month of An cast.
Prince Edward Island fox farmers
hnve completed thu purchase of tho
Green Island for farm near Seward,
Ala-ka, for $'20,000. The syndicate
will ad'l to the blue foxes already
there, black and silver grey and will
use the island as* a stock supply farm
for their eastern farms. Thc eastern Z^O RENT
Canadian syndicate iJ rapidly getting
control of the fox-farming industry in
North America.
SALES and WANTS I
IOc. lini*   ::   Minimum 25c [3
jaj.yc'JEii'MMc^^
Mr. Gordon of Nakusp, has been appointee vire-prin ipal in oharge of
Selkirk school, the position just vacat
ed  by  MiBS Christie.
Mrs. OlarkiJ and Miss Worth of Toronto, who have  been  visitors in our
(own'during   this   last   Week,   went    ou
to Vancouver this morning.
Mr. J. Putter-on. principal of tho
high school, leaves this week ior Victoria, to take the course in physical
drill during lhc month of August.
Mr. and Mrs. Howson aU'l family
have gone to Tappen to attend tho
camp meeting in tho grove this week.
They took with ihi'in a full camping
out tit.
■Two Purnishod Bedrooms
on Pifth Street, Easl
014.
Mr. Reid of the Imperial Bank, returned on Monday from a trip to Alberta. He visited Calgary ami Edmonton as well as other prairie cities
Hi ays everything points to bumper
crops on thi> prairies. He will Ik on
duty at the batik again in a few days.
i.a i   evening  a party  of    sercnaders
s    the residence ol    Mr. Robert
Wills,     with    th   object
congratulations   on   his   m.irrin
terday.    A  most  .njo;. ible til   i     was
spent, Mr, and Mrs. Wills proving ex-
■:.   ■ ntei tainet - at  theii fil
The steam .shu.el ai work i, Mile-4 cdcion in Revelstoke.
.: ■ of Mi    Frank  .ion--.
From far-off  Burlington,  Iowa,    ihis
ome  Mr. and  Mrs.   Emil Bauk',
impanied  by   Mr. Kd    J. Albertson
ol   1.     i'n'.     pla •■■   They an- greatly
impressed     with  the future of Revel-
e from a tourist standpoint.
cities   of   Western   Canada.   This   trip, j    The    eity medical officer of Toronto
it it is  arranged,   will  be tak.u  solely has issued stringent regulations regar-
foi      publicity    purposes,     and it    is ding    cleaning  and     disinfecting     of
thought  ihat*  Western Canada    would street   cars.   They     must    be washed
i icelve  extensive  advertising      if    the every    day  hereafter.    Passengers  will
representatives  of  the    cities  of      tho not be permitted to stnnd between se-
west  were to tour the Middle   Western ats of summer   cars,    and public con-
in a body.    As it would require veyances* will not be nllowod to carry
able  capital  to meet  the    ex- more than flvo passengers on the rear
•n ■    of the party,     nothing definite platform.   A  thermometer must   hang
0 decided on as yet, in the center of each    car.
LOST—A   Black     Silk
gold      hand.e.    Kinder  please  return
same to Mrs. J.P. Sutherland.
WANTED—Position for young lady
Stenographer, capable and energetic
Write P.O.  Box .300,  Revelstoke, 2t.
Mr. J.P. Forde and his son George,
Apply to Box  returned on Saturday from the Alpine
Club camp at  Cathedral.   They report
 having had the time of their lives and
Parosal wiih some glorious climbs.
Superintendent McKay's brother,
Alex Me Kay, who has been on the
sick list at Calgary lately, iH convalescing here on the healthful moun -
tain air of Revelsloke.
BaG.
\   ■     :■   ''niative o: wir. -
nessed some ex e len
the' form  of  motion  pi. tiir.-s a
ll
ing with previo.- announ •
i y M in igi r Sm . ■ Teats
:.
0   nc-
:
emony
The
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■
h<-m  a
50 d imp cars. Tbi- is a
■ ord -lay's work. Another ste'am
sh ■'■ on Sunday last and will
;   rati     - at Three  Valley.
As the.    merit- of Tappen ••.iO'*o ue-
conie bettei knowii it will be mere and
more popular as a summer  resort for at this populai Nicely
the interior of 11.   C.    It ia  a    perfect   vent
campers  paradise,   white        dy  .jeach,  b
■■■■'- shallow   ihai   the  kid -
■.-  couldn't  drown  unless  they stood
then heads an 1 yet _h for
thing farth r out.  T
nery is    attra tivi  als .
di -.'■■ ba k is one  that eio -  not
the   real   ca npet, a!
mp outfit mu
Te.       -h.'jW       ...
:.     ' o ut  .,:..• single .
f an advert! .   M ,.  li
we mention, tha   an a nt in
serted .    columns       *       at
SU that
. ;.-   and pla       ad I
the  ... .   lab ;      n.j
j    '  a a * I irne',
t    thi   i; ■•
Ing *he la.«t three will
•*• ".■ '• a
a? the general ,
wi re .a .;■ una', at '.''■■ extent to
vriii.h petty thieving ha been arried
onin Revelstoke, Thi I fact. If
;.    .   loubl   e, .'   WOI 1, a
The    membei      of      th      M I
chui' h - ho.r h>-l I i bu In m   ting
aft-1  the
o ■ of consider! g t-
of the "Hebe coa'1 produ ion,
m ii  ted the (olio
management of the .-ho. flairs: —
president, Mr.  B'a ter Bi Tn  .
Mr. H.G. Roden, Librarian, M . A D,
Tourner. committee. Mesdames Bev
Robinson, Fleetham, Messrs, Samson
and Paulding, with the Conductor Mr. R.H, Sawyer and Organi t,
. - • officio. Th" choir will shortly -. starting on anothe'i work ior pro
du tion in the fall. All members are
re iite-t. 1 to attend next Priday
evening.
ALPINE
tlLiiYiO *,
KILLED
ensues mm
large
The following applications to fill vacancies on the Redelstoko school -tait
have  be.'n accepted:—Miss  Williams of
WANTED—Bomestic    Work by  Superior person.   Good cook,     noedlewo -
man.   Apply  81,  Third  street,  city.   Cranbrook. Miss Jean Hyatt and Miss
Creelmnn    of     Vane uiver.   There
FOR SALE—25 Hens, yearling and
two yeai old. Heavy Weight and
Legho'-ns. P.W. Laing, Sixth street
West.
still two appointments  tob.'. made.
who  has  heen iu tin,
receiving
Coursier has contracted for a.
-apply of coal andean supply your re- I WANTED—Maternity  Nurse    Superior,
quirements for fall and    winter with
the best in the market.
Vou can buy a granite dish pan
for SOc. at the RcvcLtoke Hardware
Company.
GALT COAL is handled exclusively
in Revelstoke by the Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
wants engagements, cheerful and reliable.   Apply 81, Third street. City
lm.  July 16th 1st iss.
attempting    to scale    Mount
ii-.k.ron Sunday  Mr.  J.C. Bishop   of
hristie,  president of the B.
C.  Mounta..       *        tab, Ul  into      a
■.-'.■■ ntly killed.
Tb- r. eienth xa- conveyed
D.H.   Christie- ,
D -       ntner here, today.
Tr.<  a>ccrdei -A
,'5tPrdl?a'  " * a stU   a]  liter-
'       -       tion ground. France,  Baseball i
Bank ai
See the Revelstoke Hardware Co.'s
add for Bargains in Granite Ware.
The Modern Prodigal, special feat-
are in two part-.', Pathes Weekly, show
Ing Chinese   ommis-ion visiting avia*
no,  Wash, 22nd Regiment. Kugin-
v York. Constine XII, King
Miss Smith,
Central school, leaching lhe
class, loft for Victoria Monday afternoon to attend the classed in bchool
■drill. Miss Smiih will tdturntp thi
Central school if she passes tlm teachers' examination ou which Bhe wrote
in July.
WANTED—A girl for general housework. Apply to J. A. McMillan,
Seventh street. Will pay *f*25.H0 yer
inejnth to right girl.
Miss M.M. McAuley, II.A., i- hereon
a visit to her sister Mrs. J.W. Slevon-
sou, and will remain somo time before
proceeding to Eiltiioiuou. Miss McAuley is mathematical teachei in the
WANTED-Position with, private fam- uigh scho0, at Indian Hoad( M(,   uas
1 been busily engaged for the past two
weeks in marking papers ai Regina for
tearher-' examinations.
aecustomed  to work,  rcierences.
ply  Mail-Herald Office.
Ap-
atlair  was  ihc
ti.
A  veey  smart
tome" given hy  Mrs.  G.  Ralph  Law-
Interior Le^od Baseball
SI HED! LB.
■   I     iwna a
rnon at  Itevelstoke.
■—Kamloop   «• Vernon.
-Kelowna oke!
13 —Vernon at Kamlo
na.
i.a
Aug.   21 rnon.
Aug.   27—Kamloops  at  Kelowna
'7—Vernon 'oke.
Sept.. 3—-Kan loop   at   Ravelstoke.
t. 3—Ki V.'inon.
n -h*        I
■
.   Mr     lii     '.
'it age    He  had liv ■ i
■    ■■ e
nta,   Il    c
Bs
■
Qree Soloniki, Turkey, Mutt &
.I■■!! and  many others.    Great Comesly
Many others. To-
ind      Thu a,   ai.     Extra
.*■ \TKl*    NOTICE.
R,
by
Mac-
ocou-
give
TIME  TABLE
soi;th i
Depart
• xt.
PRO
\i.
Tl e i a*, .-.nl ler thf Liberal
i ..-n ed bj    om<      : 000    N'o
o tl yi ir of ofnee   ths FROM WEST.
Borden   Oovi>mm n   reduces the debt     Are.
tw.nly  million . N'o.
Y, i tin- Nib. id's ihink tho people So, 1 I fl 15
want ih'in li "k m office again Mot. *.o 62 7.15
much. ?   12 k
I. *.*> 11      it.,i..im, and C
B.C,
.lie.
■ ii  the  l'Jth day
'     li von o'clock
forenoon,   to   ,pply   to  theWai-
1'  Comn Is  .a. i  ai hi   office at Rev-
B.t '., lako and
on . st ol   '■■ .ii'T   per
Mountain Oreek, a trlbu-
,   iti. No tributary,  flown to Col-
a'e r  will  be use I  on |,0t S.E.
10   j  of S.E   . 84, Tp   18, I!  2, W.of
th M., an I on w. \, i, B.  IL', Sec, 86,
R. If. ni  ''li   M.,  and On W.|
I..H.   12, B,        .   R, 2, W.    ol  Bth  M.,
foi  Ii i e '.et iou purpo '
WANTBD—Smylho's  Employment Of
tee, men for work at good wae;es.-
Apply  to  Smythe's Employment Of- lence on  Baturday.    The    room-   Were
fico,  First street,  Revelstoke,  B.O. beautifully ileioraied  with  roses,  Mrs.
  Hurry Uew- ami Mrs. .).    E.  Dickson,
WANTED—Educatod, Canadian Widow helped   receive  the  guests.   Mrs.   Hoi-
wishes  po-ition as housekeeper.Hood me-  and Mrs.   Patterson  poured     teu,
homo considered more than wages.— and colfee the lirst   hour, and Mis.  \V.
Write  Madam  C.J.,  Penticton,  13.0 Pews and  Mr-. Murray  Hume tho sei>
Uox 7'J. end hour.   A bevy of pretty girls help
ed serve, the     Missea Irene Procunier,
MISS   PORTER—Graduate Maternity (iladys  Urquhart,     Blanche McOarty,
Nurse,  competent, experienced, open Myrtle landmark, Eva Thompson and
for  engagements.   Prepared  to   take Florence  Lawrence.    Rosamond    Law -
entire     charge  of    home.   Dox  3U(i,
Hevelstoke. lm.   J.16.
WANTED -Young Lady School Teachers as boarders for a home-like
boa/ding house, centrally loe'ated.—
Parties wanting hoard apply to Dox
914,  Revelstoke, B.O.
rence, a small daughter of the hoii-e,
opened the door for over a iiundnvl
guests.
Mr, Bradshaw secretary ofthe school
houid, has done n little figuring on
the recent en trance examination results, as indicated by tho returns for
the provine-e. It will he seen from thc
following list of percentages that Revelstoke occupies a high position, coming fourth  in the list and this' from a
If, k
16.40
20:10
6 50
Dl pun
24*85
6:86
A   QUICK   SALE BARGAIN-$10.'i0.00
will buy a comfortable one and one-
half itorey dwelling, six rooms, modern conveniences, splendidly situat- cla9s whe,c every PuP;i wrot'' and not
od on Second street.   $060 cash, hal- a sclflC-ted     number as is   frequently
ance on easy terms.-H. N. Courier don"*   T1,c D«UI'"S indi,-ak' the l,ercen-
 ,..._   tage of pupil- who pus-Vd:   Kaslo 100
Representatives  of    an  English syn-  Kaml.iops 81,   Chilliwack  80,      Revel -
W'. in'e nd    ,  i  p>I]   it thi   ami   timo
I'.i  permi    ion  to    tore   lUffleienl water   dlcate  whi'h   purchased  a  largo tract stoke 79, Armstrong Tli, Peachland 73;
•n feed  pipe only.
Dnted  'In    nth day  'if  .July,
(*.   It.  Macelon ild
VV.   H.   B,   Horobin.
July 'in. lodys.
of coal binds near (annioie, are in Oa  Grand Forks 71,  Summerland 70, En-
L918,     Igary making preparations for de-   derby 70,  Dridg-eport CG,  Victoria    Ii6.
velopmsnt of their pioperty. Tney Fenticton 66, Rossland 59, S. Vnneou-
bive taken over about SOOfl acres of ver 59, Vancouver 58, Kelowna 68,
lend nt a price said to be in the neigh Westminster 52 Ladysmith 4li, Mission
borhood of -'2.I'00,000 and will build a 45, Nanaimo 43, Trail 40, Duncan 38,
railroad  spur  IJ   tnilea  long  and    ex-  Nelson  3d,   Prime   Rupert  31,   Salmon
Arm 25, Ladner 12.   Average for  th.
province 67 per cent.
Two   i..rm whale   valued at86,000
7 Jg     uli   win-  captured  at   N'aden   Harbor   pect to lie marketing their coal in Cal-
12:2ft   tin■'    iiiinii.'' gary hy October.

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