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REVELSTOKE
Railway Junction and Divisional Point. Headquarters for
Columbia River Navigation.
Hub of Timber Delt, Mineral
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KEVELSTOKE B. C, AUG !>. 1913
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Revel ste .e Win
from Vernon
Basebr.il Match Rea eaton Park gives Homesters Victory^
8 to 3.—C.P.R. Boys Cinched Garre in first Inninys cn
Costij^ Errors. — Heavy* Eatting Increased Score.
LEAGUE
BASEBALL
C  i'e
COUl
Sup't Trimble
Inspects
Kelowna    and    Revs stoke    Ealil
Teams will play Double Mateh. I ^^ 253 Mi?e , 0ver Big B?nd New Roads and Trails.-
82.50 Per Year
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COUNCIL
REGULAR
MEETING
In line weather, before a big crowd,
Revolstoke O.P.R. baseball teum, defeated Vernon by the handsome score
«>[ right tn ilin'.', on Wednesday after
noon la-t, nt tliee recreation park. Umpire Wilson of Revelstokq officiated a-i
to imli- an.l strikes, whilst Mr. Wut-
moii of Vernon, acted on bases. Both
umpires handled the game in thc most
satisfactory manner possible.
The  learns I'm .1 up as follows:
Vernon Ko ... s. 3b.; Moir, 2b.; Con-
nors, s.s.; Eastman, lb.; Unlo c;
Tren-dler, I.f.; Stoke-, r.f.; Fulmer, c.
I.;  William-,  p,
Revelstoke—Wright, s*.s.; Phillips,
2b.; White, lb.; Derr, &b.; Fisher, I.I.;
Pulley, •.;   Bingham, r.f,;     List, cf.;
Webb,   p.
At   16.05 o.k..  play  ball  was  called.
Fos-e- opened tor Vernon, out at
third; Moir oiu at tirst; Conors salo
to first e.n pitchers choice; Eastman
hit -ni' to second, scoring Conors;
Dale out a< '"'St. One run for Vernon In the first innings of the game.
Revelstoke   lst-
Wright, base on balls: Phillips suc-
rificed, bul made lir-t -ufc on error Iw
tween wild throwing irom pitcher to
first. Wrighl to second'; White tapp-
«-d tli.' ball jusi iu-i'le ili,' base litee.
4'iiteh. i ma le a grab-all, anil slung
the 1'iul away .ever head ot tir-t baseman Wright liome, i'liillips to 3rd;
Derr ini!-. White steal- seoond; catch-
sai passed his second ball, Phillips and
White home. Derr -'truck out; Fisbci*
Died, goi to tir-: on g muSed ball.
Btol s ..nl Pulley lammed his see-
ond ofl 'i ig f"r a three base hit, scoring Fisher. Pulley also home on
passed   bait   Bingham  struckoui;
balls, steals second; pulley, J buse
bit on bi.i see ond strike, scoring Fisher; Bin li uu struck out. Se ore end
of 5lh, UcveUtoke ,7, Vernon .*',.
Vernou lilli.
Dale i.atH, Bled out to centre; Tren-
dler struck oUl; iSlokos lliod out to
second.
Uevelfllo'.lo   (iill.
List up, out at lirst; Webb sirn ik
out; Wright oiu, smart fielding, Fosses to lirst.
Vernon 7th.
Fulmer bats, (Iid om     to catcher;
Williams  hit sale  lo  lirst;  Fosses then j
itruck out, William- steals s'econd and I
made  third  on overthrow;  Me,ir    out
at  lirsl.
Revelstoke 7th.
Phillips up, slruck out; White hit
safe to tirst; Derr two ibase bit, Wliite
to third; Fisher Hied out sau-ilice;
White tafo home: Derr out at third.—
Seore cud of Sth, Hevelstoke S, Ver -
non il.
Vernon Sth.
nors up, oul at first;    Eastman
Official Line-Up- Be a Roster, j
Another big league ball gam.' will
be played next Wednesday at tho Recreation grounds when Kelowna and
Hevelstoke  teams will   meet   in  mortal
combat.
It will be remembered ilmt al a previous match played between tlies ■
-ume teams ths game was protested,
this protested game will therefore he
l layed next  Wednesday.
DOUBLE CAM 10.
The protested   game will  be
ed at   In-i11 next   Wednesday  morning,
ai the  Recreation  Grounds,   while  ihe
regular  match  will  open  at  4 o'clo k.
OFFICIAL LINKUP
With possible variations the line-up
ol the local teams will be as follows:
Pitcher, Webb; Catcher, Pulley; Lsi
base, While; 2nd l.ase, l-hi.lips; or.I
base, Derr; short slop, Wright; centor
lield, List; right field, Bingham; left
field, Fisher.
All oiit-ide and local fans will be
glad lo learn ihat the umpire in chief
will be Mr. Jack Wil-on, who gave
such good satisfaction at the Vernon
and   Hevelstoke   match,   when   it   will
Provincial Government Enterprise Opens Vast /.rea
for Exploitation nnd Settlement.- Network of Communications Centering on Kevelstoke.
On Monday  of  this    week,   Govern-  ross  Goldstream,   lapping   the   French
ment  Hoad  Superintendent Bd, Trim- 'i'"1  McOullough Creeks districts, and
lie,  returned  from a  iwo  weeks'  tour
ol  inspection of the roads     an.l  trails
the Oanoe Uiver trail, throwing   open
a very large and rie hly mineralized seo
lion of country, toi the operations   nf
in tin- Big Bend  district, having trav-   ij,,,  prospector,  miner and settler.
ersed by road,  trail ami canoe, a tot- |    It     iH  not   generally   known,      that
al distance of  over 050 miles. The lirst   theso districts contain some  line agri-
play-   big project claiming attention was tho' cultural  areas, .in     addition      to vaBt
new ferry across   the Columbia    river   timber  and  mineral   wealth,   anil when
near tho mouth of Canoe,     and after   ihe  projected  roads  aro  linked  up aud
Oity .ouncil met in regular meeting
on Friday night, Mayor T. Kilputrick
occupied the chair. Present Aldermen
J. titty Barber, H. MeKinnon, H. J.
McSorley and F. Bourn i.
Lity Clerk Gordon rend the minutes
<>:' In t  meeting a;, i  wa.i a   writ- adopted as read.
COMMUNICATIONS,
\ a i '  i,.mini,in .'at ion ■   Wei •■  or.ha ■
'.I an  v.   I'e .1   or  l.liel.
L,oing 0ver ihe work and landings and
Undine -atne o-k., the party proceeded
to examine the new trail live miles
north of Mn a Creek, which when com-
pleted will be a boon to travellers cut-
tin,' out a nasty grade and several
miles of steep rocky trail, regardud
for years     as a     serious obstacle to
eoinpleti.il a vast and desirable tcrri -
tory will lx* available for exploration
and  settlement.
It is uue, that owing to thc formation, difficulties of transport and other causes, roa I construction in places
is -low and expensive, yet thanks to
the well  planned  and      liberally   tinan
out, s.s Wright picking tho spheroid be remembered the
out of the tal air; Hale hit sale to special mention oi
lii.-i; Trendler out at first. [Wilson's decisions.
Vernon boys mad.'
lhe fairness of Mr.
Rovelstoke 8 th.
Pulley,   Llinghnm  and   List,   all   out
at  tirst.
Vornon Hth.
blokes',   Fulmer   uul   Williams,      all
out  at first.
Final    score:—Hevelstoke    S,      Ver -
non 3.
Comment.
A well.earned victory for Hc\elstoke
Play lasted exactly two hours. The
homesters battery was away ahead ot
that of the visitors especially lhc Rev-
ei-toke  uatoher;   the  record  of  Btrike-
STORES  WILL CLOSE.
As  usual  the stores  will  all     c!o-e
at four o'clo k next  Wednesday afternoon in  order  that all  may   take     in
thi-' important match.
TEAMS   IN GOOD FORM.
Both teams are in line shape for ihe
tiig contest,  ihe Kelowna team is considerably  strengthened  Bince  iheir la-t
match, while the local team is in the
I ink of perfection.
the local boys will  give a good
i count 0i themselves.
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List
■truck  out.   Score end of tirst,  Rcvel-
*to .•■ .'■, Vernon 1.
Vernon 2nd. |»» »*" «""-"    was mon u.wcuu    xo jthiJ ,big| nml h aml eneourilgK. ,|it, boys
Trendler oul   io  tirst;  Stokes to 1st,   score from.       The battery were    ably ] bv  vo|ir  rootlnir.   T|,cre   is no*'belter
outs favors    tho    Vernon box anist,
but a comparison of hils made shows
lhat   Webb was  sen ling down a   class
'of ball which     was most difficult     to
BE A ROOTER.
Now everybody who is worthy of tho
name of citizen, should  turn out    nt
transportation, Here, Mr. Robert ccd schemes of tho Provincial govern-
Squarebriggs -hot his first beear, kill- mem, year by yeur civilization is pon-
inj a venturesome bruin which prowl- etrating into the wilderness, and a
ed round the camp tire'during the ear- truer concept i.s being gained of the
ly morning. Close to the new trail, extent and resources of our wast Em-
are located the French Creek Sluices, pire of .British Columbia. Jt is true
where Messrs. Bradley, Montgomery, loday. as of old, lhat the trail-
aiid Remillai'd are at work with a blazer is the real advanceguard of sot-
Keystone Drill and large outfit, min- tlomcnt; in a few years the lands ain-
ing lhe precious metal. Mr. Bindley idst which the pioneers of tho roads
is superintending the sinking of a are today forcing their way, will be
shaft 65 feel deep to reach the old bed doited with homesteads whilst the
of French Creek, where they expect Bounds of the woodsmens axe, and the
to strike gold bearing formation. Mr. miners pick will Ix-ar convincing wit-
Montgomery is supervising the sink - ne-s to the success of present day
ing of a secon'l shaft, whilst Mr. Rem efforts towards opening up tlio New
illard is in charge of the hydraullcing, Interior of B.C.
The energetic Rond     Superintendent! To  every  businessman  and  inhabit-
was able to    compliment tho foreman ant of Revelstoke,  the progress       of
in cbatge of the work of constructing road building throughout tho di-iri t
the new     wagon    road from  Downie wc  have described, is a matter of vit-
Barring ai*cidents  Creek to Goldstream, upon which such al      importance'.      Evory  new    comer
ae -   iapid progress has lieen made that bo means a  broader     biirger    market for
fore the end of next season  it   will be our merchants and  the exploitation oi
pei-sible  to  travel  by  auto if desired, each natural resource spells wages and
between these points, a distance of ov- prosperity for  Ihis centre.
.1   18  miles.   This     importnnt.     road It is good work,  work well  done for
will connect  with the new bcidge ac- Revelstoke and for the province.
I by  your  rooting
-timtilctu    fern    ba'1
ing, Root—Root—Root.
hit b.v   pitched ball; Fulmer out at 1st supported in tho field, whereas   some
a  very  -t.ar*   ' turn  from s.s.; Wil-  <«,sily    errors    right ai the start off, |Crowc| of theu-friends
lum    batting, Stokes   steals   tecond,  practically robbed     Vernon oi     any'
steals to  tlm i;      Williams iouled out,   chance 10  Win,   the  lead  obtained  be-
Ing  too great to be redeemed.
At  bat,  Revelstoke  clearly had  tbe
best of    the     argument, hitting freely
team than      a
continually root
,, spi L.li.i   a ch by Catcher Pulley.
Revelstoke '.nd.
U     b oul   t"  tirst;    Wright  smashed
liis  second  s'like  high  between right   throughout, und on Beveral occasions
field and   1st  baseman,  clean hit  over  being a little unlucky in not lncreas- ;
the fm ■*    and a     home    run;  Phillips   ing   their  leud by   two  or  three runs
■truck out; Whit.' hit -afe to first;
Herr foul 1 OUl, fine - tit- li for visitors
by  Dale.
Vernou 3rd.
Fosses t.. firs) on muff by s.s.;
Hon oui on hi tb -l -trikc, Den grab
bun- tie' ball almost under the batsman- feet; ('. nors out a moment later on his tir et strike, Hied out to
List nt Centre, another fine Catoh,
Fosse- -teal- scond; Eastman -'mash
ed hi- tecond strike through the fence
for a home run Fosses walking in
alien 1 of the batter. Eastman .given
safe a: the plate on a close elecision;
Dale "iu at tir-t.
Revelstoke 3rd.
Fisher    bats,    out at first, pitcher
hoi.lin:  a  ta t hit;  Pulley struck  out;
Btqgham struck out.   S ore end of 3rd
Revelstoke 5, Vernon 3.
\Vrne n   Ith
Tren Hei   out at   lir^t;   Stokes  struck
•nt; Fllmer out s.-. to 1st.
ReveLioke  4th
List  bals, 0iu at first;  Webb,  hit by
pitched  ball,  took  first;   Wright sacrifices,  out nt  tirst;      Webb  to    second,
Phillips  lli.d uiu   to centre.
Vernon 5th.
Williams hit -afe to first; Fosses hit
safe to first, Williams to Jnd; Moir
hit safe to fir-t, Williams forced out
at the plate; Fosses safe on third;
Conors flied out lo Centre List, who
ran in and held a dimctllt catch; Moir
(deals second: Eastman out at first.
Revelstoke 5th.
While bat-. Hied out to r.f Stokes;
Derr out al first; two men down on
two balls pitched;     Fisher,     bnse on
The game was wiine-sed by a fair
crowd, gate receipt- amounting to
$ 17.">.00.
l.'ndoiibtedly, on tho day's play- the
best team won, and the margin oi
runs is not any too large ior their su-
perlority  over the visitors.
Following is  the summary:—
REVELSTOKE
REVELSTOKE
WANTS TO
KNOW WHY
BONNINGTON
LOSES
RUDDER
NATURAL
GAS FOR
REVELSTOKE
aaaaaaaaaiiaaaaaii
HEVELSTOKE WANTS TO KNOW
WHY ut the meeting at Armstrong,
Vernon was awarded a game against
Kelowna on account of Kelowna play
ing unregistered players but Revelstoke's protest against Kumloops for
exactly the same reason was ordered
to be replayed providing a Kamloops
0'player produ.ed all affidavit tbat lie
0 had been registered under an assumed
name. This is a joke for if the teams
were allowed to register ass*umeil names they could bring in the whole New
York Gian.s and play them under
these names. Tho registering clause
was made lo avoid this. We would
pppreciate un explanation from the
1 resident of the League regarding this
If We arc to run a baseball league—
let ii- run one but not a. joke. Revel •
stoke wants fair play and has never
played a man who has not been n**gis'-
tered. and feels lhat ihey are entitled
to the same treatment accorded Vei -
non. The Mail-Herald voices every
fair-minded fan when it asks thai tho
President of the League give some ox-
planuiion on the above matter. I
Revelstoke team is out for a season's
good  fair ball  playing.   It is  living up
to the  rules  and  does not  propose  to
ftakc the worst of it.
_^_„ I    We will be glad to hear from     Mr.
Spokane,    Wash.,  July *29—Deprived  Fresident      through a communication,
of  the    use1 of     their     elo'hing by a   which will receive good prominence in
swarm of bees, six young women,   ali  our columns when ii has been received
employees of the    Graham Company;  ■ j
were forced  to take a long swim    in
Newman lake     whife the busy     bees
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The Canadian Pacific railway steam' A Kreat discovery, promising big
er Bonnington, travelling north thc things for Revelstoke, has been made
. th.r day from Robson ou her ber reg during the past two weeks,
i lar schedule, met with a mishap ab-1 For »ome months a syndicate under
ove Broadwater landing and lost all thu leadership oi Mr. u. Taylor, have
her iu.1.1. rs. an I was thereby rendered _ 1**» pio-pecting at Halls Lauding,
hors de combat. The accident was and a f,'w days a-° th,il' efforts were
apparently doe to ths swamping of a awarded by the tapping of a well
deck barge which she was picking up oI natural gas, ln what has every ap-
at ibe point named, and word of tho i)'a">»co of proving commercial quan-
oce iirrence  rea.bod  the    local    steam-1lllles*
ship soon after     the ac i.leni.     being |   Mr* Taylor and his associates, have
communicated      by    telephone     from  8,"'h f"itu '" th''     ultimato c-onomio
Edgewood to Nakusp and thence   by  FOsaittiiitles of thir lind. that     they
wire in the usual manner.   It will take h,lVt> entered   into negotiation     with
a few days to eflect the necessary repairs, and in order to maintain regular service toelay the steamer Rossland
made a quick  run north from RoleSon
this morn ng on her u-ual trip,   and
hoiilel    be    able  to  leave  Arrowhead
with  southbound   passengers   again before     noon.   The steamer     Kootenay
will  take the plan' of the Bonnington
It-he  cily     council,    for a contract  to
1 give their company tho right  to furnish  uas n. a point on the city limits,
nnd ii  is the     intention to    prosecute
tluir  work uni i ■ new  Held     has
been thoroughly tested. Halls Landing is situated -ome four mil^s this
-ide of Arrowhead. Tbe plan suggested, i-  io pipe the gas along the river
lill ths latter"    vessel  is again ready  thu" obviating the expense of ditching
One Lucky Farmer
fe.r isrvics. The Rossland will not
wait at Nakusp northbound loday to
unset the Snnilon train, but any passengers off the Nakusp and Slocan
liatieh will likely l»c able to go up
lo Arrowhead Inter in  the afiernoon.
BASEBALL
PROTEST
and to deliver the gas at such u price
thai alter distribution over the city
it would be retailed at a very low
rotfc io consumers.
if ihe enterprise meets with tbe
sticivss anticipated, this will open up
a vast future for Revelstoke as an Industrial centre, nn:l it will give ths B.
0.  Coal Trust „  staggering blow.
Further   particulars   will   be
In our next issue.
PETITIONS.
Au application lor side walk extension irom Taylor Btroet to city I oun •
ilaty  was submitted  io  the council.
Rei irred to publi'* works committee.
Mr, Carlson drew ait.-ution io the
, losim: ,,f a ])iiblic alley, and u-.ie.l
ihai the .ity open same up it oim.
Referred to city clerk for investigation of plans and repoit.
REPORTS.
Heal tli committee reported that tho
Carlson barn was in fgirly gool sanitary condition; a- to other alleged
nuisances the committee reported pro-
gress.
City Solicitor reportol that the
Health bylaw limiting the stabling oi
cattle within certain limits Was a
legal bylaw.
BAND  STAND.
Mayor T, Kilpatrick—There i- an
application for a hand -tanl before
the coun.il and which was referred to
the I'.W. committee, perhaps ibe com
mittee will make a report at next
nice ting.
COURT OF  REVISION.
Ths  Court of Revi-ion  will cil     at
8 p.m.  August .Ith.
INSURANCE
A  s, hedule from the Board  of  Un
derwriters   was referred   to  the F.W.i:
L.  Committee for their consideration,
and   report.
NATURAL GAS.
Th.' report of a syndicate who claim
to have discovered natural gas at
Landing in commercial quantit-
receiveJ by tbe council. The
syndicate have in preparation a form
of contract or agreement under which
their wells would bo given preference
in supplying gas to a point on tho
city limits in the event of their wells
being exploited and proving successful.
I Mayor T. Kilpatrick—Until we sees
the contract and get further details,
this matter mu-t be left over.
SPECIAL AUDIT.
Messrs. Stem, Muni,-ipal accountants, put in a bill for S42U, cost of
lax arrears audit, th.s together with
previous accounts totalling $710 for
o-t of special audit being addition to
usual utidit  iee-f.
Aid. MeKinnon—1 ibuik this sum
should not be a charge against this
eity. We musl looiiu another direction for the amount.
Mayor T. Kilpatrick—We will get a
legal opinion a- to how far we are i*e-
-1 on-ible, both the amlit contract and
the whole situation to be considered,
Aid. MeKinnon—I don't care who
pays it so long as th> city is not
-addled with  the amount.
Mayor T. Kilpatrick—We will get an
op.n on on the matter.
Al.l. MeKinnon—Vc-, 1 mo.*e that
the matter of expetse of tiie lute special aueiii be referred to the solicitor.
Beiondcl by Aid. Barber—Carried un-
aiiiniou-ly.
At 11 p.m. eoi n il ad ourn-'.l until
Tus .lay,   August 5tb, at 7::10 p.m.
Halls
bs was
given
DECISIONS interior League Baseball
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The Annual Meeting of the
Revclattoke Hos->4tbl Ho.ii'ty
will be held in the City Hnll,
Revelstoke, mv Tin-day, Aug.
19th, 1413, at H p.m.
W   1)    ARMSTRONG
Becretary.
£ deliberately hived  in    the  cook  stove
jS) in their tent.
i«' While   the   girls   were   skylarking    a
'■' hivo of bees decided that a lazy July
■*[ dny was ■, good time to swarm    and
(a) they begun to clustflr in the tont.
e«' The girls     were afterwards  tescuod
'■1 by a farmer,  who gave $5     for    the
sj stove and considered his puivhase     a
|al :■; |al'Hi In  ■  ■  a  a  a>  a' «1 M ■  ■:   bargain
I At a meeting held at Armstrong on
Ottawa, July 29—It has as yet net Thursday to decide the various pro-
been decided whether the trial of a losted games the Kamloops and Kel-
government case against Mr. Juetii-e owna gnme was ordered to bc played
Clement will bo in Ottawa or Vancou- at Kamloops the Vernon-Kelowna
\er. In any event, it will probably protest game was awarded to Vernon
take plaii- early in September before Revelstoko-Kamloopi protest gamo
Justice Cassels of the oxcliei'Ue I court wns ordered to lie replayed at Kam-
Mr. G.L. McLean, K.C., of Montreal, loops, providing Len Herchermcr pro-
has been retaimd for the government, dure ftn affidavit that lie was register-
and Sir Chas. Tupper, K.C., for Jus- id under some other name, if not,
tice Clement. game to lie awarded to Revolstoke.
Professor Milne Dead
London, July 31—Professor John
Milne1 the noted mining engineer, died
today at  New Port Isle i.f Wight.
Dis.-ardid and di-e ndiied though
they bc, th'' Laurier el-ministers are
making a franti. effort to get- back in-
to power again. Office holding undei
Liberal auspices is evident 1/ quite
profitable.
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SCHEDULE.
Aug. fl—Kamloops at Vernon.
Aug. 6—Kelowna at Revclstokel
Aug. 13—Vernon at Kamloops.
Aug. 13—Revelstoke at Kelowna.
Aug. 21—Kelowna at Kamloops.
Aug. 21—Revelstoke at Vernon. %
Aug. 27—Kamloopa at Kelowna.
Aug. 27—Vernon at Revelstoke.
Sept. 3—Kamloops at Revelstoke.
Sept. 3—Kelowna at Vernon.
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niiaiiiiiiiiigi Bews'   Drug   Store Specials
l.—MARK  CROSS  SAFETY  RAZOR   Triple Silver  Plated
Handle and one blade  35c Each
extra blades—5c each,
J    MBN'S POCKBT MIRRORS 15c up
3,    HARMONY FLORIDA WATER -Delightful Toilet Water
for Summer use 25c and 60c
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"Bath Requisites
Beautiful, large, thirsty Rath
Sponges 23c to $3.00 Each
Hath Powders—25c,  40c  and   75c
Ter Package.
Rath Brushes 75c to $2 each
Wa-li Cloths 2 for 25c
Toilet  Preparations
and Perfumes
Over 60 different  Perfumes that
rival the Spring flowers	
75c to $3 per oz.
vi OLET DUI/CB Li qu i i>
Complexion Powder, 7.5c per bot.
Pace Powders, Pace Chamois,
Rouge, l.ip Salve and all tlle
well known Face Creams on
the market.
I In Ever^ Crowd
Look ror/rhe/ch.Wiih<The eii^CaV
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Make our Store your source of supplv.
We arc usinil every effort to   have   what   you   want
when yoi want it
—    We anticipate venr wants long before you do.
We believe we are giving tbe  Kevelstoke public a
better deal than we sometimes get creelit for.
Bews' Drug Store
The *$&%&&&* Store
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CITY  TRANSFER  COMPANY
Baggage Transferred
Distributing Agentsi*
and Storage      .    .    .
FURNITURE AND PIANO MOVING A SPECIALTY
BAYNES'   BUGGIES   AND   SLEIGHS   FOR   SALE
PHONE 276.    NIGHT PHONE 71
CONSERVE
B.C. FOREST
ASSET
WE DIG UP
many a golden opportunity for investors ill real estate. Chances to
make good money tbey would never
hear of come to our knowledge.
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED
IN REAL ESTATE
drop in and get acquainted.    If we
haven't just wbut you want we'll
get it for you if it is to be had.
KOOTENAY AGENCIES. Ltd.
A. K. Kincaid, Manager.
E. G. BURRIDGE k SON
Plumbers and Tinsmiths
Repairs,    Hot Air and Furnace
work a Specialty
-WORK   SHOP—
Oannaueht  Ave.    -    RovelfttoUn
Lum!)
ermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.    B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Victoria, B.O., July 28—From, time
to lime slatemenlB appear ln the Dress
relative lo lhc amount of standing
timber in British Columbia, its' increase by natural growth the depletion oausod by     Industrial operations,
'end Ibi' and there is a tendency to
specula to us to whether this resource
of thn Province is inexhaustible.     It
! may bo Btated that    according to     a
I conservative estimate mado by tho
Forest Department the lotal slund of
commercial timber iin  the province    ls
'ioi les. than 300,000,000,'OCO feet. At
piesint. th.- lumber oulput is about
1.*i.'e(l,lllin,imo  feel   per  year.  Tho  natur-
1,1 growth of the forests of British Oo
lumbia yearly is approximately 6,000,-
000,0(10 feel  or nearly live limes     lho
amounl  cut.  bo lhat  unless  ihe     depletion  caUHOtl   thvoug'h  lbc,     becomes
Ivery much greater in the future   than
i ii las  boon in  the   past.it  is safe      fo
assuror lhal  ihe limber resource is t.o
all intents and purposes inexhaustible.
'lb' Km' uy Department has embarked on  n  poliey  lhat    intends to   keep
pure  wi h   ira'e  development  in      Die
'matter nl  lorest   lire  protection.      This
province possesses aa unique opportun
ity as it has taken up the conservation
of its forests al a very early  date   in
the hi lory to the i'n ai  natural growth, ihii it   is  almost  certain,   if       Die
for st   lire'  protection  s rvico   i<      in-
ciea'cil     with expaiidto'j    nodi,  that
the   limb r  ri'sotir es of  lhi-' province,
will r'nain inex'hausli'hle.   fo addition
tho duty o'.  tli' Forest  Branch  is    to
establish nn active and   well-jjuardrd
rolley for tho utilization of     mature
tim'ir a'on* lines lhat will encourage
legitimate development and provide for
Ihe  utilization  anil   improvement      of
Ui2 forests,
,
Old Town,    -   Revelstoke, B. C
before buying your outfit of working clothes
for the bush. I make a
specialty of Logging
Shoes, Pants, Sox, Shirts
Blankets and everything
required in vour business.
MEXICANS
CAPTURE
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el  I &— J    >W'
THE PLANS for good plumbing differ
from the ordinary kind.    Vou may not
be' a'jlc to note the difference, but every
good   plumber   knows.    OUR    PLANS
inclu.le    o-dv materials that  will   give
lasting   satisfaction  and   workmanship
that will prove du-able.
N   ••. •.;■ ir how important  or how un-
mt   the  job   mav  be.   we   never
my detail of PLUMBING WORK.
REVELSTOKE PLUMBING AND HEITINB CO.
Special Summer Sale
Ladies' Coats
Ladies'    Long   Tweed   Coats,   to
clear at _	
Ladies' Tweed Suits
This Spring's Styles.      Sizes 34 to
36.    Ohly   a  few  to   select   from.
$8.00
To clear at
$12 and $15
House Waists
Ladies' Washing House Waists, to
clear at         	
Ladies' Hose
Ladies' Black Cotton Hose
8 Prs. for $ 1.00
50 Cents
Men's Boots
Regular  $4.50   and $5.50   lines  to
clear at
$2.50 Per Pair
Lad ies'Oxfords
Odd lines to clear out at a bargain .
$1.50 to $2.00
Misses' and Children's Boots
Odds and ends of stock sizes   from
10 to 2, to clear at _	
$1.50
cTWillinery!  Millinery!
New Summer Felts just
arrived by express.
Nelson, July '11—Yesterday's des-
patched from Washington in regard to
lbs Mexican situation have a peculiar
interest for many residents of Kootenay. Two of the men mentioned ns
being Milder arretft by the federal au-
ihoriiies at Chihuahua an 1 in danger
of death are Bernard Macdonald and
Charles Beisel, boib of whom were
(armerly engaged in mining in this
country. L. Bernard Macdonald was
well-i.nown in Ros.dan I previous1 to
and .liirinM- the greal strike in that
camp. Oldtimers in Rossland generally will remember Barney Maodonald
very will. Since leaving Rossland ho
has been Engaged in mining in various
parts,  lately in Mexico.
I'harl-s F. Beisel was engaged at
the St. Eiigm' mineat Moyie under
Jame- Cionin. He wa" afterwards
superinten '•* t • >f the Snowshoe and
No. 7 min s in the Boundary for the
Consolidate 1 Mining & Smelting company. He wa- in the service of that
compnny at Ro-~lan I and later al Nelson. While'in Nelson In'was in<hare;e
'e*' operations on the Hudson's Bay
min". Sheep i-reei. He was also in-
' •■ 1   in a   sawmill   for n   time.
Both  Messrs   Macdonald anl  Beisel
I i      manv friends in this . ouniry wbo
will wi-h ihem speedy extrication from
their present   unenviable   predicament
I- "*'!     Nelson    for     the
outh  three years airo.
mb+'Reid CSL young ^
IN.) Mora Seasickness
Ion,   July 18.—Ai.   a oonversa •
lo iei, at  Burling
■ I' iple of davs ago,   Sir
John   *l *        the  w.'ll    known
'   • nei engineer, exhibit-
* ol moving    rods
1 ■ ' bod    as "a
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ii   ■•  s. I    ol  various
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The . ,   .      represent
rocked by ling-
• 0 I llll   !      '!„.      .|MJM foy
m.   "I   ■■!■• e.n v believe ihat
rolling     will
>S   the besi    p„ ■ .
»ger bos ■    i,,.n told a    imily
"Some  years
»go I szperlmi rite i  pretl ,•    nr eufully
with movabl an I  ind bhe Me,!
•h    now if-'ii iai    .        i, on,' or two
* ip to date Uners,   I  h.^r
'••    api ' n ol  one of  those  ves -
He-ls hobl that M,. ;,e III11 ,'<■ ri K-Tl t. interfere! with peed, but peed ,- not nv-
erytMng.
Then i ... that an Americas s<-i -
- laimi to have lolved bhe prob
lem by the 'i a of tbe Ktyroscopc, s<h-
entiacally, ih ■- i ne, doubt that the
thing ran lm done, but the question i«
'nn it     hi' done in    'ii"h a wny  as      to
J make it commercially worih while."
w?nSms Paints
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 Saskaltn Range made by the
largest firm in Hint business in the Uritish Umpire; will givu
more heat on less fuel, last longer, look and cook better thuu
nny stove on the market to-day, we can prove this to you.
Camp Stoves, Camp Outfits, Baseball, lacrosse and Tennis
Goods, Bicycles, Pishing Tackle.
GROCERIES, Fruit and Vegetables. We do an ever
increasing trade in these; Quality Goods, Fair Trices, Correct
Accounts.
We arc headquarters for l'oultry Supplies, chick food, extra
Grade Wheat, Hay l'ccd, 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 the statement of this Company for the lise-al year
ending March Hist, 1913. Ah compared with one year ago, the
following figures are exceptionally int.'restlng:
ASSISTS MARCH 31st,    1913   (456*915.79
ASSKTS MARCH 31st, 1912  $111,208.CO
showing a net gain of $34.ri,l>47.12
This remarkable gain is positive evidence of tho convenience and  practicability of the C. H. I. C. plan.
NEARLY ONE-QUARTER MILLION DOLLARS LOANED
TO CONTRACT HOLDERS at ', pKIt OBNT. SIMPLE INTEREST DURING THE PAST FISCAL YEAR.
If YOU Desire a Home of Your Own—If you Would Be Independent of a Landlord—Investigate This pi«n—Now.
The Canadian Home Investment Co., Ltd.
"Canada's Old Reliable"
Home Office:   PACIFIC BUILDING, Second Floor
VANCOUVER. B. C.
Revelsloke Office :      -       J. B. WATSON REALTY  CO.
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WE HAVE SOME VERY CHOICE
LEGS OF MUTTON. TRY ONE
FOR  YOUR SUNDAYS DINNER.
P. BURNS & GO., Limited
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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. ii* A*
John McIntyre & son
First Street. Telephone No. 93
AATE   HAVE   IT!
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. SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1913.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGE THRHB
J. B. Watson Realty Co.
Sash and Door Factory on 100 foot lot.
MoKENZIE AVENUI--8-rcoine<l house on 60-foot lot $7500 00
1st. 8TREET—5-rooined house on 50-foot lot _ £4000 00
2nd. STREET   S-roomcd house on 60-foot lot J3000 00
Double house on 75-foot lot $5000 00
5-roomed house on 50-foot lot J3000 00
6-roomed house on $1600 00
3rd. 8TREET - 4   houses $2100 to J3400 00
10-roomed house ou 300-ft. lot $8500 00
2 lots (the pair) $ 800 00
2 lots (the pair)  $1500 00
4th. STREET   6-roomed house, nearly new- $2200 00
6-roomed house on SO-ft. lot $3000 00
Bth. Street   3 6-roomed houses,    Bach $3200 do
9-roomed  bouse  $3800 00
7th. 8TREET   4 lots,  each        S 300 00
8th. 8TREET    .! lots.    Tbc pair $1600 00
5 roomed bouse near C.P R, Shops $ '>.*>< 1 iki
3 Shops and rooms on McKeniie Ave    $ 15,000
Dominion Express Money Orders for Sale.
W.  H. HOROBIN, Manager,       Local Agency American Casualty Co.
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance    Government Lands     Money to Loan
ACENT FOR  PACIFIC  SALES ASSOCIATION, LIMITED.
SMITHERS
WELCOMES
RAILROAD
Smitlu'i-s, U. 0., July 13—Probably
tlie> most remarkable welcome over giv
in 10 a new railroad in Dritish Columbia  was  that extended by  this  town
sldored necessary for the working of
the mini at the rate of $10.00 an
acre.
In surveyed territory the land must
be described by sections, or legal
nub-divisions of sections, and In un-
survoyed territory the tract applied
for Bhall be staked out by the ap -
plicant  himself.
Each applicunt must be accompanied by a fee of fb which wlll be refunded if the rights applied for are
not available, hut not otherwise. A
royalty shall be paid on tho mer-
tOConteMton and workmen ««•»> jchantable output of the mine at the
steel of the Urand Trunk Puulfl.'reach rato of five ceuts por ton.
cd here this week. Unbounded mlhiis- Tho person operating the mine shall
iasm   was Bhown  by  lltilkley  Valley 1*11   furnlsh the Agent with sworn roturns
„,j    l        u    , -.   , , -.of,   ! nccountlnR for the full quantity     of
sldints, who li.'iVf waitoil for years lor M »
merchantable coal mined and  pay the
lbe  eight  ofa railway locomotive.       |royalty  thprcon    ]f  thfl  C(jal  m,nlng
When    the     track-laying      machine  rights are not being operated,     such
rounded  the   curve east of     Bmlthera  returns should  be furnlshod  at least
and   poked  its  nose out  on Ihe    Ioiim   once a year.
tangent that passes through the town1   Por ,ul1    information    application
it was   the signal  for a  biff demo.islra   BhouW ,,e mnde to the S«c"*«ry    ot
ii..n.  Signs of welcome were display-  ,ho DflP'irt™nt °' ""> Interior,   Ot.
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THE  MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED 185B
Record of Progress for Five Years—1906-1911
Capital       ....
Reserve   -       -       -       -
Deposits      -
Loans and Investments
Total Assets
Has 83 Branches In Canada, and Agents and Correspondents In all
the Principal Cities In the World.
A GENERAL HANKIMO OUBINEB8 TRANSACTED
SAVINGS  BANK  DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Interest allowed at highest ourrent rate.
Revelstoke Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager
!9(l()
1 3,000,000
1911
* 4,000,000
3,000.000
4,600,000
23,677,730
35,042,311
27.4.57,090
38,854,801
33,090,192
48,237,284
ed ami   people  of  Smithori  and      the
BUrrotiniline; country      made    holiday,
They were nol slow In displaying ttn-ii-
I'tilhusi.'ism  uikIms   ihu      men  a tually
laying  the rails and  spiking tbem    to
the ties were the nearest reprosenta -
tives  of  ihu  railway  availabl",    they
showered   their  attentions  upon  them.
"Ilohunks"  at work      on  the  track,
were treated like hdgh railway officials ;
being given refreshments     and < igars,
congratulated   upon   their   n'OoJ   work
In  bringing the  .steel to  Smither-*  two I
j weeks before the contractors had pro- !
Imised  to reach this point, and made
; to  feel   that   their  efforts  had   an important  part in     accomplishing      the
j desired      result.   These  track  laborers'
hail  never before experienced such np-
lii" iation and although the lifu of    a
j bohtink  as a rule is  not a happy  one,
: these  men  for ome   thoiou^hly  enjoyed themselves.
William Dempsey. in charge of the
I track-laying machine, was given an
!ovation. He said that although h-i
I had been engaged in work of this kind
i for 20 years,:he hail never been given
] such a welcome as he had received
from   thu  Smither* people.
tawa,  or to  thn  Agent or  Hub-Agent
of Dominion Lands.
W.  W.  OORY.
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O. B.  N. WILKIE
PROVINCIAL  LAND  BURVBYOR
Ofllce: Lawrence Hurdware Block
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
W.   H.   WALLACE,   M.B.C.S.A.
ARCHITECT
Box 205, Telephone 313. Revelstoke
MRS. A. G. CRICK
FIRST STREET
SUMMER    GOODS
GOING    AT    COST )
MRS. A. G. CRICK,     -     FIRST STREET
Laughton C& Tapping, Props. First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
European Plan
Open Day and Night. - Meal Tickets, $6.00
MONTHLY BOARD
Strictly Fi st Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with Bath
He r tl e Upton Piano
at Lawrence's
TIME TABLE
Depart
S.15
The four
ii.ite'el  for
ably till O
Arrive
No.    1—15:
No. ia—IC;
No.  61—19:
No.    3— 6
Arrive
No.    4—24
No.   14— fi
No. 62— 7,
No.   2—12
HOUTH TRAIN.
Arrive
16:10
trains each way will he op-1
the  summer months  prob
rtobcr 15th next.
FROM EAST.
40
20
50
35
PROM WEST.
25
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15
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Depart
16 k
16.40
20:10
0:50
Depart
24*35
6:35,
7:55
12:20
BURGESS    AND   TAGGART.
Civil Engineers
Dominion and B. C. Laud
Surveyors   and  Contractors.
P. O. Box 317       Kamloops, B.C.
Branch  Office—Watson  Realty  Co.
HARVEY. McCARTER
AND PINKHAM,
Barristers,   Solicitors,  Etc.
Imperial   Bank  Building  Rev.l-
■toke, B. O.
Money to Loan.
Offlcss—"Pevelstck*,    B.   O..     aad
Cranbrook, B. 0.
Gso, S. MeCarter,
A. M. Pinkham, J. A. Harvey
Rivelstoke, Cranbrook
COURT     MT.      BEGBIB,   No. 14*1.
OF I. O. F.
Meets In I. O. O. F. Hall next   to
Tapping's Opera House every second
and fourth Monday in montb. Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.
H. V. MORGAN, O. R.
WM.   8.   CAMERON,  Rec.-Bee.
SELKIRK     LODGE 12. 1. O. O. F.
Meets every Thursday evening ln
Selkirk Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting
brethren cordially Invited.
C. NORTH, N. O.
JAS   MATHIE. Sec.
SYNOPSIS   OF COAL  M'MNG
REGULATIONS.
Union   Hotel
JUST NEWLY REPAIRED
RATES,      .     $1.50 PER DAY
Weekly and monthly rates to Iw arranged.       Meal Tickets, 21 meals for |6.00
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
A. P. LEVESQUE, Proprietor
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $1 a day.    Monthly rates.
Jm    .A-HIBIEIRT     STOGIE      FROIF.
Coal mining rights of tbe Dominion
In Manitoba, Buskatcbewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the
North-west Territories and in a portion of tbe Provlnco of British Columbia, may bs leased ior a term of
twenty-one years at an annual rental of tl an acre. Not more than
2,560 acres will be leased to one applicant.
Application for lease must be made
■ey tbe applicant in person to tbe
\gttit or Ruh-Arent of the district
ii which thn right, applied tor are
•ttuated.
The lease will include tbe coal mla-
.ok right, only, but the lessee may
>n permitted to purchase whatever
available surface rights may be con-
KOOTENAY     LODGE. No. II A. F.
aud A. M.
Regular meetings are beld in MASONIC TEMPLE, Oddfellows' Hall
on the Third Monday in each month
at 8 p. m. Visiting brethren are
cordially welcome.
J. HI HAMILTON, W. M.
A. G. BROOKER, Secretary.
O. W. O. W.
Mountain View Camp, No. Ut.
Meeta Second    and     Fourth Wednesdays    ln  each  month  in    Selkirk
Hall.     Visiting Woodmen ars
cordially Invited to attend
JAMES McINTYRB, O.O.
H. W. EDWARDS. Clerk.
REVELSTQKE LOYAL ORDER
MOOSE No.  10SI
Meets     every  first and third Tuesday    lo  Oddfe.lows    Hall.      Visiting
brethern  cordially Invited  to attend.
A. Grant, Dictator.
H. L. Haug, Secretary.
Special Slaughter
SALE
200
EDISON   WAX
Records
40c
Usual prico 66c each.
Sale Price 40c Each
Phone
262
a      3 for $1     n
Cash with
Mall Ordors
Read "Mail-Herald" SALES AND WANTS for Snaps1
BINGHAMS
MUSIC STORE
MCKENZIE    AVENUE
Revelstoke,   -   B.C.
GRANITEWARE
GRANITEWARE
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 Ihis Space for Weekly Bargains
Revelstoke Hardware Company, Ltd.
Agents for GURNEY'S CHANCELLOR Ranges.
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McRaes
GREAT
MIDSUMMER
SALE
CLOSES T0=NI6HT
McRae Mercantile Co.
HOBBERLIN C. N. R. 80CIETY BRAND 0
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Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros.
Props.
First-Class in all
respects.
All Modern
Conveniences]
RATES, $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Rates"!
REVELSTOKE. B. C.
. . It Miqht 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 £&> Co., Ltd.
Furniture, Carpets and Linoleum at Eastern Prices, Freight
cAdded.
Howson C&> Co., Ltd. PAGE FOI*P.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1913.
Even if you think you have all yon need
for that outing ymi bave planned; come
in and look around, you may find something that will increase your pleasure  or
your comfort.   We have them all,
Tents to hold a good party. $8 00 up
Camp Stoves with Pipes.. .$3.50 up
Hammocks, from $3.00 up
Aluminum leu.king Utensils (light to pack)
FISHING    SUPPLIES  in   every   detail.
Guns. Rifles, Pistols, Ammunition,
Prospectors' Axes. Hunting Axes,
Sheath  Knives	
Che flDaiMberal-5
PUULIHHKO   WRPN'KHDAY   AND
B.iTl KJjAY  AT
•jiuctioi lpubitslituvj Company,
Limited
J.   K.  JOHNSON.   Manager.
RALPH  (J.   9UKUTON.   Kditor.
ADVERTISING RATES.
Local Reading Notices and Business
locals 10 cents per line each insertion.
Minimum local ad charge 25 cents.
Display advertisements 25 cents per
inch each insertion, single column.
LEGAL AND OFFICIAL
ADVERTISING.
Legal advertisin.'* of any form, also
Government and Municipal NoticeB 12
cents per line first insertion and 8
cents per line subsequent insertions,
allowing 10 lines to the inch.
Applications for Liquor Licenses $5.
Applications for Transfer of liquor
Licenses |7.50.
Land  purchase notices, $7.00
Water Application Noti.-es, up to
100 words, $7.50, over 100 words in
proportion.
All othor classes of advertising not
included in above to bo charged at
rate to be arranged with manager on
application.
<unJ0N-^Ila
R. Z. CRAWFORD, Contracting Painter
SIGN PAINTING AND ALABASTINE DECORATING
A   SPECIALTY.    SATISFACTION   GUARANTEED
SHOP IN CUttftING'5 TRANSFER BLOCK,
SATURDAY,  AUGUST 2,  1913.
MOVIES OF
litV£LS f OKE
SCENERY
SECONI   STREET
REV£LSTGKE, B. C.
Arc
you
Interested
IN
Cut Qlass 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. Cjuy Qarbers
Revelstoke's pioneer Jeweler
The Cloth That Pleases You
the style that pleases the fashion, and the workmai
■-,  i:-.   makes   i combination  that  ought  to
interest every wearer of good clothes    i comi nation     tl
ind   will   bring   \e,u   here   again   ami   again.
• • lie nie,st complete am! up-to-date as
ment of Woollens for Ladies   mei Men's Weai   to
from.    W YOU'RH INVITBD TO CALL.
H. T. M0RTENSEN
Mr. E.H. Higgins of the Australian
Films Ltd., of Sydney, Australia was
in the city yesterday. Mr. Higgins
h,i~ the novelty of being the firsl mov
inj pictuiv man who ever arrived in
Reveistoie in. front of an engine. He
arrived sitting on the fore-part of the
engin > witl} his camera. He has been
wi';ing pictures all the way from Mon-
tieal, including the mountain trip for
lhe C.P.R. He stayed oil at Banff,
und was taking these pictures for the
O.P.R. and the Canadian Australia
Steamship Co., advertising tbe all
red route ae ross Canada. He took
the Columbia river and traffic bridges
also Me.unt Revelstoke showing the
uuto road whicli he intends to have
shown all over the world in the course
of iwee months time, ThcBe pictures
will be shown in ttoi'land, France,
Germany. Italy, th" I'nited States,
an I Canada, which will lee a wonderful
:1m auto road In
Revelstoke as being the finest
■ o id in the  world.
ffhei Mr. Higgins arrived in town,
he had not heard oi the Big Auto
Roa i i>";ng buili until he was informed on ihe -"ubject ':.-. w. a. Smythe,
eie.' the star theatre-, whe, showed him
ih>' famous auto highway. Mr. Hig-
i Bpecial trip to 13th Cros-
■■•   -       . .    -
whi h  h'  cl urns  po--esse-  marvellous
I    ;,:'>■'■■       of
Ri as these j
the-
an I i
aw the   nttto  road   .:. *    -.,      it
•ted.
Mr.   !-.
he      dark-
.  th«  new
■
Malakwa Items
WATliR    NOTICE.
For a License to Take and Uso Water
Notice is hereby given that Tho
Canadian Pacific Railway Company ot
Montreal and Vancouver, will apply
for a license to lake and use two
cubic foct per second of water out ol
a stream three-quarters of a mile west
of Revelstoke station, which flows in
a southerly dire.tlon through and
within a portion of Itevelstoke Townsito, and empties into Columbia river
near lievelstoke. The water will bo
diverted at a point one-quarter mils
from O.P.R. main line and will be
used for Industrial purposes on tho
land described as Canadian Pacific
Railway Co npany's station grounds
at Revelstoke.
This noiice wai posted on the
ground on the 21st day of May, 1913.
The application will be filed in th"
ofllce of the Water Recorder ttt Revelstoko.
Objections may be filed with tbe Paid
Water Recorder or with the Compt.ro'
ler of Water Rights, Parliament BiieLl
Itl-e,   Victoria,   B.C.
Cana linn Pacific Railway Company
Applicant, By E. W. Bateman,
Agent, Vancouver, B.C.
WATER    NOTICE.
I, W.H.S. Horouin and C. R. Macdonald, of Revelstoko, B.C., by occupation a Broker and Druggist, glvo
notice that we intend on the 19th day
of July, 1913, next, at elevon o'clock
in the forenoon, to apply to theWat-
er Commissioner at his office at Revelstoke, B.C., for a license to take aod
use on ■ only cubic feet of water per
second from Mountain Creek, a tributary of. No tributary, flows to Col -
umbia river.
The water will be use I on Lot S.E.
j of S.E. 18, Sec. 34, Tp. 23, R. 2, W.ol
Uh M., and cn W. J.L.S. 12, Sec. 35,
R. 2, Tp. 23. W. of 6th M., and or. W.J
L.S. 12, Sec. 3.-), R. 2, W. ol Cth M.,
for Irrigation purposes.
We inind to apply at the same time
for permission to store BUfflctent water
to teed pipe only.
Dat.-d  this  ISth   lay of  July,  1913.
C. R. Macdonald.
W. H. S. Horobin.
1st iss. July 30, Codys.
<F
Aftor a brief illness Lady Clark, wife
of Sir William Mortimer Clark, late
Lieutenant-Governor of Ontario, died
last  v>. ■!*.,' in Toronto.
An   important    agreement    has been
leached between H.H. Stevens and the
C.P.R. vice-president, George J. Bury,
regarding   Hastings   townsito   water-
**\
fn nt. The claim has been given up
for overhead CiOsBingS and riparian
ri; hts have l.orn abandoned. The arrangement obviate-- possible litigation.
Comfort Your Stomach
Wc pay for this treatment if it
falls to promptly rcCcvo Indigestion ar.J Uyjpopsk.
Rox..lI Dyspcp in Tablets remedy
stomach troubl - a cau ■ they oon-
tain the proper proportion of Pepsin
and Hi-..mth md tee necessary cier-
: linatives that  iclp nature to supply
tne i.f which
in the fi-iri- j.li.'ei causes Indigos*
,■ lia.    They uiil tho
■ei 1 cli 'edi goal f.ieid i.iul lii quickly
convert it into rii!i red blood and
material  necessary  fur overcoming
11 Mil     leee.ly     U    I
Can*! i.f Rexall Dys-
; B]   Is   i'liii its i.i y lur vest pocket,
or k''e'p tin ai in your room.   Tako
one after each heavy meal and prove
a. they will keep intli-
"1 from bothering you.
We know wh il Rexall Dyspepsia
Tablets nre and what they will do.
We guarantee t h-m t • relieve indi-
p |-ia. or tu refund
your money, if thoy fail to do no.
Doesn't It 11 md tei reason that wo
WOul . ■ thii money risk wero
we   ne.1   certaii    Rexall   Dyspepsia
Tablets will latisfyyouf Three sues,
and 11.00.
V.eei can buy Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets
in this eommunity only at our store:
WALTER   BEWS.
RflTPtttokr British Columbia
ne Hcntatl Store
Ladles' and Gent's Tailor
ADVERTISER   OF    FACTS
Look!!    Prices  Cut!!
No. 2-2x4   2x6
No.    I   2x8	
No.    1-2 x IO
    $13
    $19
2x12    $20
We are overstocked in No. 2 and No. I Cedar
dimension ami offer above prices as long as
material lasts.
Globe Lumber Company
J
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■
•I all     who
I li. K"hl- Wll
W'T.       I . .
J.H      Job'    Ol
to Vernon and  other fikan-iuan
Mr.   '.',
MBit  .,n Sunday and M.,t>dfty.
The      Malakwa    1 .    and
ready lo ft" 01
lie,   Tho beat     11 far north,
served for  the  lea-'   rnr/ncy.
Important Appeal Dismisstd
London      July     :fl-The  Liverpool,
London &. Globe Iniuraoos Co.'s   ap- j
peal    to lbe    Hone   .,f    lairds    (iidi'iiu
Committee thnt, Investment • it kls
lbe United Kingdom should not be
subject to Income tax. was diemissed.
Their in • finall Store in ni-itly cwry town
■ itf'l   .-Mteite*. Cftnadn ari'l
i.m«i   flriuin.    ThTe   in   a   eliflcri'iet   Rexall
Humeri',' f'.r urnrlv evrv lei-'litmry liummi ill—
r ,rl, MpMbUly 1 unit non tor tho pnrtireilur ill
I.r   wWde  It   IH r-'e,|.,.TM D  ISO.
Tht  Retail Storte are America's Oreatot
Drut Storea
COAL!      COAL!      COAL!
^v
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 and can guarantee
prompt delivery. Now is the time to lay in your winter's fuel. Don't
delay.    See us for terms and prices.
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
JOHN' I). SIBBALD, Pans.
^ j, 	
J.   I).  SIUHAI.l), JR.,  SKC.
Dominion Security Co., Limited
OF REVELSTOKE, B. C.
1k*K to announce that thev have opened up offices at the
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 property.
A. McRae,
President.
T. Kilpatrick,
.See.-Treasurer
P. O. Drawer No. 4.    Telephone N'o,  321.
The Revelstoke Boot, Shoe and Harness
Repairing Department
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
MAKERS   OF    FINE    WELT    SHOtS
The stvif. the workmanship and wear
And comfort born of evory p;ii••;
Ot' 20th Century welts thut'e sold
Will draw new trade, and hold the old.
WHEN WE WEIGH OUT
coffee, tea, sugar or other groceries
we don't caie if tlie customer re-
weighs it when she getn home. Tor
correct iveixht is just as much a
specialty with us us high < I iss things
tor the table at low quality prices,
We don't cut priees at the expense
of either quantity or qu.i'ity.
Hobson's Grocery
Phone 41 Box 734
CANADA'S BEST
IN USE 40 YEARS
QOOD THEN    BETTER NOW
Perfect Scale, Purity; ill Tone, Suscepti-
inlil', ol Toucli, Beauty of finish, Work-
mansblp and Durability.
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer      Dr.iyin^
Hand'in^ Pianoa .*i   Specialty
Phone 42  -   Nitjht Phone 85
OUR PLAYER PIANOS
with lm in 111 -like, control contains all the
latest Improvements and devices. They
•re perfect   in  knt,   artistic  In design
need capable of t;i\ ini; life-lone service.
WE INVITE COMPARISON
Tbe very best material and  the   liest
skill   that   money  ean   secure  are   em-
ployed in iheir construction,
The Revelstoke Nurseries
PHONK 56
I,nuttier nays to Ihe people " TriHt.
Me." Bordm aaya to the people, "i
trust you." And Uie people hnve ohoH
en   wisely.
Roses
Dahlias
Sweot Peas
Potted Plants
The Revelstoke Nurseries
W. H. POTTRUFF. Prop.
McKenzie Ave., Kevelstoke, H. C.
Head Office ninl Factory, Toronto, Ont.
Phone, 262
19!
8mii*om
•ilckly ttifr'  cturh<, curet eoWj, and  heali
ne ttirotet »nJ luait.        :■•        v.       as cents.
How is the time
to Order Vour Fuel
We cm supply all requirements
in the best quality obtainable in
Furnace,   Steam   and    Range
Coal. Place your order with us
and we will please you.
H. M[. Coursier
We solicit a share of your patronage
Special  attention  given to children
UNION BARBER SHOP
We have just opened
a shop in the .
IDEALP00LR00MS
After Six Years Service
to the Revelstoke public we
scarcely need an introduction.
JOS. HACK
I;
. SATURDAY, AUGUST 2,  1913.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGE FIVB
r
■JBDaaSSBSBBI
Free Public Telephones on Each Floor
Rest Room for thc use of the Public on the Second Floor,
New House Furnishing and Carpet
Department on Second Floor.
Revelstoke's Department Store
C 3- fame * C°" £imitect
Watch Our Windows for
Special Lines and Bargains During This Month
Look at Price Tickets.
Our Embroidery Sale Now On
GET   "5TOTJE,   SHAEB.
SIEIE   THE   GOODS
A Table at IOc      A Table at 15c
A Table at 35c      A Table at 85c
The Goods Will Speak for Themselves*
See the Embroidery Bargains
RBUBJ
'
I CT' iiCTi:>*iJEX.^UEAJJ
MENS 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 will be (>oC
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 $600
$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 1-oC
Slater 31 d 3   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 outourodd lines; over one hundred
pairs this week, and all at the one price	
$3.35 Per Pair
Owr 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 your time and energy slicing ham and bacon with a knife
when you can come to our Grocery ^department and watch us do !t
with our V. B. P. Meat Slice*, It sav'-es you time and worry and ensures satisfaction to yodf self; and family. Every slice is the same
thickness, just as you like it, th»,; hjeawm or thick.
Try our Cooked Ham.   Every •T^'WsAyy to'Wv#:
Swift's Premium Bacon or Boned Ham sliced to suit your taste.    Tell
us how you like it and we do the rest.
THIS IS THE TIME FOR FLIES
m
We have a large stock of Wilson's Fly Psdi; Tahglefoot Fly Paper in sheets; Two-inch
Viper Fly Catcher, 50 to a box, $1.75; Four-inch Viper Fly Catcher, 50 to a box, $2.25.
|» 'fr 'fr $ $'fr'I' 'fr 'fr $ 'fr 'fr 'fr'fr 'fr 'I' 'I' 'fr 'fr 'I' 'I' <$"$» »fr 'I' $'fr»fr 'fr 'fr 'fr 'fr 'fr 'fr 'fr 'fr'fr
| Specials for Friday and Saturday
Post Tavern Special (breakfast food) per package     15c
Lowney's Ground Chocolate, per tin     IOc
Chicken Tamales     15c
<$H$njnfr<*|nti ifr ifr ifr ifr ifr 'fr «fr 'fr 'fr 'fr 'fr 'fr 'fr $ 'fr 'fr 'fr 'fr ifrfrifr ifr ifr ifr ifr ifr ifr »fr ifr »fr j>
House Furnishing Department
Clearing a lot of Muslin Curtain Draperies in
our House Furnishings Department—White,
Cream and Colored Window and Art Drapings
that sell at 35c to 50c.    On sale now at
25c
All Our Carpet by the yard are going on sale at
ONR-THIRD OFF the Regular Price. You
can buy
$1.50 Carpet for $1.00
JAP MATTING—Nice  for   Bedrooms   and
Summer Rooms, at
35c to 65c
CARPETS—A very  pretty   Brussels  Square
Carpet, 9x9 feet, good design.     Special Price
$14.65
■■■■■I PAGE SIX
THE MAIL-HERALD,TREVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, AUGUST 2,  1913.
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GIRLS
QUITTING'
CHURCH
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WOULD YOU LIKE THIS
OT>
Come toour storei see am
thi-. piano away. This is
carries   the manufacturer
BEAUTIFUL PIANO AS A PRESENT?    WE SHALL  POSITIVELY GIVE
IT TO SOME ONE OF OUR CUSTOMERS
1 try this splendid instrument. We will tell you all about our plan of giving
a present worth having. This Piano is of the celebrated Upton make. It
s*  TEN   YEAR   GUARANTEE.   We cordially invite your inspection.
LAWRENCE HARDWARE COMPANY, LTD.
| Imperial Bank of G&pa
,, Head Otf>c®   Toronto, Ontario.
7,000,000.00
7,000,00v.00
7,000,000.00
$77,900,OQO.0O
Capital Subscribed
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
Total Assets,
Branches or Agents at all principal points in Canada .
Went- in Great Britain and United States—London, England,
Lloyds Bank. Limited. Chicago- First Nat Ctoal Bank, Com Kx-
chantre National Bank. Seattle-Seattle National Bank. SanFran-
Cisco- Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank. Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of $1 and upward,  received,  and  interest allowed at
current rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan. Mgr.
J<KHH><>O<KK>0^(><KK>O<H>O<KHHH><i
AGENTS WANTED
TO   SELL   OUR   FAMOUS
"RED TAG TREES
LIBERAL   COMMISSION
ANU    GOOD   TERRITORY
Write at Oxer for l'ri.i. Particulars to
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES. LIMITED
T. H. DROSTE, Secretary
BO\ ,SM ALDERGROVE.   B.C.
"There are forty-seven reason's why
girls ureu't going to church as inuoii
us ihey did," mmouui'ud the young-per
sou with the hlaeb eyes.
"Nume a few,'' 1 requested.
"Well, tor one thing"—aud she stop-
fed to giggle—"the boys don't go so'a
you could no:ice it und if they do go
the minister herds) them into a eluss j
by themselves und we girls never see
anything of ihem."
"But don't you hnve young' people's meetings? Tbey used to wheu 1
was in my 'teens," I fell culled upou
to remark. I
"Muy be one hoy to ten gii'ls," succinctly responded the black-eyed girl.
"Hoys ibink it,a sissy thing to go to
meetings where there uro girls und tbe
few that do go have such a smurty uir
that we wouldn't enlarge their conceit
for worlds hy noticing thein.
"When we     moved into this neigh ■
borhood,"  she continued, "Mothei and
1 decided  we'd go to chinch  regularly,
and get right into the work uud ho of
some   ii3* and  get  Hf [Uaiuled.   Mother
joined ibe' uid society nud 1 went to tho
young folks'  elub, and we rented  iwo '■
seals  in a pew  for a year.   We     cou-
scientiously tried logo io cburcb ;ln.l \
'he    interested     and    make    ourselves!
agreeable   to others,   We made a few
nie-e  friends,  loo—ladies that    mother,
met in the aid toploty.   We entertained
the  ioeiety and niy club during     the i
year.   We donate,!  to the many   lillie
The Damper Does It
When surplus gas accumulates in the Sunshine
Furnace   the   automatic
damper releases it into the smoke
pipe. When pressure is relieved
the damper closes automatically.
If you install a "Sunshine" you
will never be troubled
with  furnace  gas   in
your house.
A Sunshine Furnace possesses many other exclusive
advantages. Pay our aigont a
visit or write for booklet to
nearest branch.
McCIaiy*s
Sunshine Furnace
London     Toronto     Montreal     Winnipeg    Vnncouver    St. John, N.B.
Hamilton     Calvary     Saskatoon     Edmonton 338 £
Sold by Bourne Bros., Ltd. j
VSMSSEXSEUM
Everybody Knows the Value
of a Combination Safe .   .   .
But there   ire   til       * lon't
knew what t safe coi
ind Butter nuke    ....
O. W. BELL
P. O   Box 208
GROCER & BAKER
Phone No. 23
ITS PLEASANT
TO BE SERVED
■
THE FINE MEAL YOU WILL ENJOY
*
WINDSOR    CAFE
\     <r      Till  \h l-e'.'     M  HI  If.-t
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.. Ltd.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.I
Manufacturers of Aerated Waters
WINES
  appeal- that were always coining up—j
eXiiiv- ouWide of tho regular dues, yon j
know. j!
■•"J matter bow Iireii I was after'
iny week's work downtown, 1 arose*
early Sun lay morning lo get ready toi' I
Sunday sehool, ami mothei* lmii to ■
hustle like everything to put on her
glad rags for chuivh. My clothes began to b'Ok 'tacky' becauso 1 never
Lad lime to put them in good shape,
and mother bad enough on her bauds
without mending and pressing uud
li.ei nn., and ■ .ni.ii*. xboes and hats,
etc., for me. I was too tired io sit up
nights to do it, so started to .-end my
things to professional cleaners, and
renovators. That cost some more
money. A business girl has to look
well, you know, especially if she holds
a fairly gnod position. Aud, of eourse
we had to look Bjii.- and span in church
ii we were going to hold the re pen
of the congregation, etc. You simply
can't go to church shabby, believe me,
unless you want to bc condoscendod
to or overlooked.
"Now you know I don't get sucb a
dreadfully big salary. So we began to
feel the drain on our purses, and when
at the end of the year we discovered
v..■',! nave to take the pew-rent out of
our rainy-day fund, we- thought, i: wise
to quit.
"That mean* quitting the whole
church business, because we certainly
weren't going there as poor church
members who couldn'l pay our way. 1
went hack to going over my wardrobe
washing my hair, etc., on Sunday
mornings, and resting up (or the next
wink's work.
'All we.k  I  wor'i  hard, and     Sun-
■ lay.   I don't   want
to lin*.I and =miling and
hat when my ia~e needs a rest. I
w .nt  to si* around in   a kimono and
!• -in  my  whi'*    hoes  and  freshen up
my  leghorn—hav. n't  time during   the
I   a an    on    fi •■•• .lay that I can
it houn-. all day, if I want    to
with my Imi' ,|e.wn.
Ther    were    tame  thin>< I   liked
church." she thoughtfully continue, "but  we didn'i  get enough return   '. ,n I   mone)   ; ml  IT/
I   lidn't   ev. r.   get
»iiu    though   nn  o
■ I  p ii *...ek of our
..ood   'eata' wlthom   inviting us    any-
■ i.     • roepl   'o » free
The Upton Piano Has a
Bea tif.il Ton ■
I IIK  TIMK   I VE  LOdi'.
I r,   »ooing,
.* and pe'
The
In woman's ujee,
Hai been my beart'i   indomg.
.    ',  .]„„,,,   q||  |,„.  duujjjii mm.
Bed  tint  love    bt  brought Irttj
■ Oil  en     looks.
ti i.-hi mt
Tie.mm Mi.i ta
CORPORATION    OP    THE CITY OF
REVELSTOKE,
Notie-e is hereby given that tho Annual sitting of the Court of Revision
of the City of itevelstoke to hear all
complaints against the Assessment for
the year 1913 as' made by tho Assessor
will be held in the Couneil Ch&mbcr,
City Hall, on Tuesday, August 5th,
at 8 p.m.
Daled at City HaU, Revolstoke, B.
C,  June 2Sth, 1913.
W. A. GORDON,
Acting City Clerk.
1st iss. July 2, lOt.
DEPARTMENT    OP    MILITIA    AND
DEFENCE.
New Drill Hall  at   Kami >ops, i> C
N-TJIOB TO  CONTRACTORS
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that Claude Watson
Cameron of Nakusp. B.C., occupation
1'ruit Rancher, intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following
de.-cribed lands.
Commencing at a post planted at
North East Corner of Timber Limit
Number .r>37S, thenco south GO chains,
thenee east 40 ch.iins, thence follow -
ing tbo in .andering of the lnke to place
of commencement, containing ono hundred acres more or less.
Dated June 2nd, 1913.
CLAUDE WATSON  CAMERON
1st issue June 7, COd.
NOTICE.
in  the  Mutter of   the Land  Registry
j      Act, and in the Matter of Lot  17,
j      Block 21,     RevelrftoKe   City Map
636A.
To Whom it may concern:—
Whereas the following titlo deed of
the above mentioned property has
licen lost namely:—Conveyance dated
1st March, 1«J05, from Frederick William Brown to Minnie A. Browu.
ThiB is to give notle to anyone Into
whose possession     tbc Aforesaid title
i 1 may have eome and who has any
knowledge of the whereabouts of the
said d<ed to deliver same to the un-
,l"isigned Samuel R. Roe. Esq., Die-
trtct Registrar of Land Titles Nelson.
And further Take Notiee that failing the production of this deed within foui weeks from tho date of the
first publication hereof that the said
Distiict UegUtrar will proceed to U-
ii.. a Certificate of Title in the name
Of Cai rie Grant Lawrence of Revelstoke, B.C.
Mated nt the Lnnd Registry Office,
Nslson, B.C., this 24th day of June,
1913.
S. R. ROE,
District Registrar.
.fun.' 28, One month.
Sealed Tenders marked on iho en -
velnpe "Tender for Oons'li action of u
new Drill Hall at Kamloops, B. C,"
and addressed to the Director of Contracts, Department of Militia anu Defence, Ottawa, will be received until
noon, August 10, 1913, for tho con -
s'truelion of a new Drill Hall at Kamloops, B.C.
Specilications may be seen and full
particulars obtainod at the offices of
the District Officer Commanding Miii -
tary District No. 10, Victoria, B. O.J
the City Clerk, Kamloops, B.C., and
tho Director General of Engineer Services, Headquarters, Ottawa.
Tenders must  be made on  the    form
supplied by the Department and accora
pa&ied by an accepted cheque on     a
Canadian Chartered Bunk, for ten per
cent (10 p.c.I  of tho amount  of     the'
, tender,  payable    to the order of    ths*
'Honourable  the     Minister  of    Militia
I and Defence, which     amount will     be
forfeited if tho party tendering declines
! to enter into or fails to complete   the
contract in accordance with his tender
The Department does not bind itself
to accept the lowest or any tender,
EUGENE FlSET, Colonel,
Deputy Minister
Department of Militia and
Defence, Ottawa, July 14,  1913.
Newspapers  will not he paid if  this
advertisement  is  inserted  without authority from the Department.
2st iss.  J.2C, 2t
LIQUORS
CIGARS
Agents for Calgary Beer
Coma and i<»>k tl stu Triangle Smi
Irons   guaranteed fof 'ver.
PRICI.   6 I.B. IRON. $V90
A.G. DUCK
Kititnntrs guru free
fill    -   Ufred  A istin  tb* late
i      I •'     'iv    i<> ,n'-i  Innt week
i ie  estate, which emo n    >.. 110,490
i nil bequeathed to lbs widow.
Hon. ''iim h Camps*!), Minister ol
1'iieii. woii, fo Manitoba, who ha*
ban nt Clifton Spihig . New York,
f.,ib.wing bi stroke ol paralysis whioh
wan rueelvwl on the I land of Jnmair»
ln»t   wlntei,   will     ail   frnm   N'eev   York
for Germany nn July :«th to  onwilt
cerman specialists.
WATER   NOTICE.
1, W. A. Anstie, agent lor the Forest Mills of British Columbiu, Ltd., of
Revelstoke, B. C, by occupation a
Lumber Co. Manager, givo notice that
1 intend on the Sth day of Septembei.
next, at eleven o'clock in the forenoon :
to apply to the Water Commissioner
ct his office at Kamloops, B.C., for a
license to take and use Nine cubic feet
of water per second from Crazy Qreok
.! tributary of Eagle River.
The water will be used on N. J, Sec.
28, Tp. 33, R. 5, W. Gth M., B.C., for Industrial purposes.
I intend to apply at the same time
for permission to store (12) Twelve
] acre-feet of the said water in a reser-
1 voir at Taft, B. C, about 300 feel
: north of The Canai'lian Pacific Rail -
way and about 200 feet west of Crazy
| Creek.
Datod this 21st day of July, 1913.
W. A.AN3TIE
1st iss. July 23, one month.
COMING [VENTS
AugUBt 'irt—The Making of the Panama Cnnnl and Balkan War, Kinemacolor Pictures, Rmpress theatre.
August 26—Billy Clifford, Bmpress
theatre.
August—.—"Satan" S000 feet wonderful Motion Pictures, Bmpress theatre
October — The Allen Playeri and Miss
V<rnn Felton In new plays at the
Oiera Houae.
ShilohM
The   family   remedy   for   Coutha   and Colda
"Shilob coata  ao  little   and doea   ao mucbl'
WATER NOTICE
I, W. A. Anstie, agent for the Forest Mills of British Columbia, Ltd., ot
Rovelstoke, B. •'., by occupation a
Lumber Co. Manager, give notice that
I intend on the 5th day of September
next, at cloven o'clock In the forenoon
to apply to the Water Commissioner,
at his office at Kamloops, for a licensa
io take and use Oue cubic feet of Water per second from Crazy Creek, a
tributary of Eagle River.
Tho wnter will be used on N. J, Sec.
28, Tp. 23, R. 6, W. 6th M., B.C., for
lomestlc purposes.
Datixl this 21st day. of July, 1913.
W. A. ANSTIE.
1st ias. July 23, one month.
Premier Borden will open the Canadian National Exhibition at Toronto on August 25th.
I JilAUMual)     at'iunu       U,      IJU,
/ ^ft    MAIL-HER ALU   REVELSTOKE
PAGE  SEVBN
1
A citizen cf the world wishing to spend a holiday at
Bantf, in tie 1 eart of the Western Canadian Rockies or to
make a business journey along thc lines of the Canadian
Pacific Railway rents his sleeping ca: berth, boards thc train,
lives and eats n luxurious surroundings while being whirled
across the continent and has little idea of thc vastness of thc
enterprise upen which he bestows his patronage nor of the
tremendou' system which must te maintained in order that
he and others, likewisc-iu.adcd, may travel in such safety,
comfort anj luxury.
For in tance he cces to bed and dees not know that an
army cf n en fcur thousand strong is employed by that
Dining and Shop ng Car Department. He is net aware that
the sam. .emp.: iy could, within liv( days, transport an army
of thirty t cus.'.nd pecp'e from Vnnccuvcr to Halifax, giving
each a sleeping berth and supplying ninety thousand meals
a day, rr practically half a million on the five day journey
across the cent nent. Again, he Joes not realize that, if the
dining anj sleeping cars of the Canad'an Pacific Railway
were made up into a single train with a locomotive stationed
at interval? ten coacl e* apart, that that train would bc
fourteen miles lcng. To man this city on wheels would
require an army of three thousand dining and sleeping car
ittendants with several hundred additional men at terminals
to handle supplies for them. This is exclusive of the thousand men who would be optrating the train in the capaci'.y
of biakcmen, conductors, firemen and engineers, a toial
aboard in all of 34,000 people.
TAKING CARE OF THE PUBLIC
It would take a great deal of space to tell bow the
Canadian Pacific Railway takes care of that public which
patronizes its lines and how also it takes care of those
employees whose duty t is to minister to thc comfort of that
public. Yet the C. P. R. has t:ken many steps in that direction and it is safe to say that in a dozen particulars it
stands ahe.id of any road on thc continent when it tomes to
treating its dining and sleeping car employees humanely and
sanely. These men are as desirable a class of public servant
as can be found in any privat house from the point of view
of efficiency, personal cleanliness and freedom from danger
of spreading disease. Thc company is as considerate of its
men as it is of the general public, and it is fully aware that
such a comse is simple "good business."
Certainly the most colossal task that presents itself
to the C. P. R. is that of provisioning its dining cars to
f?ed the 1 unrry multitudes who cross their thresholds each
meal hour. It is estimated that in the summer season the
C. P. R. serves on an average twenty thousand meals a day
on its cars. For many years the company has been grappling with the problem of supplying this enormous demand
in a way teat would insure to the general public absolutely
clean and perfectly wtolesome meals and only now has the
company come to believe that it has thc situation completely in band.
* The tint problem that presented 'tself was to have
secure a reallj assured and permanent source of supply. To
attain this and, incidentally, to show farmers in various dli-
ti.cts the possibilities of their lands when scientifically
worked, demonstration farms were staited throughout the
Dominion. These supply absolutely fresh provisiens to the
chain of rnmmissiary stores stretching cross the continent
and give the Canadian Pacific Railway the assurance of a
permanent supply at cost prices. In this an absolutely radical
departure >vas made in that the C. P. E. actually owns
and operates, thc farms which supply it with provisions.
The advantage of this is not far to seek. Fresh milk
and cream will soon be secured in whatever quantities are
desired. A sufficiently large number of poultry can be kept
to supply all requirements for table fowl and eggs. To insure freshness in the eggs used on dining cars the product is
gathered ficm the nest (all eggs are non-fertile by thc way)
stamped with the date, and then packed in cartons and
sealed for delivery to commissary stores. Milk and cream
are not handled in bulk. After being thoroughly pasteurized
the products arc placed in sealed bottles and these are
opened in tl e presence of the passenger with the day and
date of milking right cn the bottle. Similar care is taken
to ir.suic absolute cleanliness in all other demonstration
farm products. *»
«> Fruits nno vegetables form a large item on dining car
menu. The Canadian Pacific Railway imports these from all
parts of thc world ani oilers them on its tables before Ihey
are available clscwhrie snd thin, when the Canadian products arc ready the prrfeienrc is given thi.n. In fact the
company specializes in the famous finite and vegetables of
British Columbia and contracts for these products for the
entire requirements, especially apples end potatoes, for this
service for all WCltStn I,lies cne ye.u in advance. The quality
cf these fruits, such as apples, plums, cherries, pears, and
vegetables, such as celery and potatoes now stands highest
a the continent.
INTERIOR    OF   DINING  CAR
One really obstinate problem has confronted the Canadian
Pacific and that has been the supplying of fresh bread and
pastry to its patrons—bread and pastry of such a quality
that the shield and beaver trademark would be Its guarantee.
Many experiments have been tried but that degree of success desired by the company is only now being attained.
Final upon all plans comes the announr-ement on this year's
appropriation list to the eflect that the company will install a chain of modem bakeshops at such terminal points
between Halifax and Vancouver as would insure a complete
re-stocking of dining cars with fresh bread, cakes and pastry
every fifteen hours. Montreal, Toionto, Winnipeg, Moose
Jaw, Calgary and Vancouver are to have such railroad bakeshops as will several ether points not yet definitely decided
upon.
The care of meats, milks, vegetables and perishable goods
for the twenty thousand people wbo must be fed daily by
this one railway requires mest elaborate refrigerator plants.
All refrigeration is done artificially and the scientifically
perfect degree of coldness is maintained io ,.i. .ervo the goods
and so to maintain highest quality.
A MODERN SCIENCE
Modern medical science, both preventive and curative, baa
reduced itself to practically one or'y science—bacteriology—*
with the allied art of preventing dissass bugs from finding
lodgment in any place that con.es in contact with human
beings, more particularly to keep ail human food free from
expeure to these germs.
Recognizing this the Canadian Pacific Railway haa
worked out an elaborate system of individual service, revising the handling of food to a minimum All bread, cakes,
pastry, pie, puddings, etc., arc prepared in individual orders;
in fact this system :s exU.ded to cover al! possible service;
even ice cream, which is made under most sanitary condition, is prepared in individual portions, each portion wrapped
in special case to prevent handling.
ITS Fir ST  CARE
One of the first c;rcs cf the Canadian Pacific Railway
II to see that all ts employees are physically healthy and
clsaD and to this end it has been dce:ned expedient to establish a dam of bomei for the din::..' am. c. ping car men
over the entire cent rant.    The C. P. R. is tbs only railroad
orpcraCcn tt dny which piev;des this ci.iss of employees
witn free lodgment and ted when .-.way lioni home. At all
large terminals suih as Toiento, Winnipeg, Moose Jaw,
Calgary and Vancouvsi tlieie dining cai tad sleeping car
employees are he used by the company, in "tablishing this
iystcni the management bad one main id.a in view. It
.iA::li he able tc  ,'.*.ve the gmeial public the assurance that
veiy  en ployec  lad  a  p! ysique   fiec   from   disease,  because
Ui  ar<.  sutetertta   io  a  periodic  medical   examination,  and  it*
would it'cif '.'■in be *.n a position to assume responsibility
lot   the  cleanlineai  ef  employees.    Under   the  ayetera   that
irevails  cn  the   C   P.  R.  it  is  impossible  for  a  dining  or
'••Hung c:<r employee to go out on a run, ,s it is tailed,
Aitl out   first   hav ng  taken  a   bath   and  gi tt.n  bis  clothe*
twlj  -I.a .d i ii *j.*ts-,J, iree cf any cost to thc employee.
Wer is the Canadian Pacific Railway  irspired by solely
■.. . ,i ,■ s not.v.; in His walk.    Thc con.pan    is not s "so*ol-
oi. ration'  in  * sling with its men.   On the contrary,
,:,., .f  i .  11 u trstioni will s;:ow, in an embodiment
i   tie   et.-y   loxe   iplrit.    Comfortable   no ks  and  corners
,U>jnd     A"   'ir!   v int ncally   ventilated   md  managed  by
.] mu    .n:.Kts.   Libror.at, bathrooi   . excluding show-
s, lai  •        ei v    .. d lad .."I all t' c of the modern
inn   . ., i <i !"• trythiag I •   clean.   Thos,
..Sen  a  C   r   n   msn is away frcn hoi.    I e is under th*
,.i, ny' i3-   '   l   ■'• "•"•       !*ut that a P. fi. tm.
i   ' .     ' -on   to   lepoSf  for  duty
. „.i, . v,;.,.. iai. („: ti.i.1    .'ivte arose.   The rr-«,-"t
of all this care sr.ows in the beaUn of the employee by pom*»
out from the terminal restel in t,ood hcalt.. ind in i.../
way prepared to .are for the public.
I LOCAL and GENERAL
citv.
E. Nott of Oaigary, is in     tho
Miss  Wings
is  in town.
of  Chatham,     Out.,
r
,%?
D.
City.
Main of    Vancouver, is in
■* W.J. Hill of Rogers Pass, is. at the
the King Edward.'
Geo.  Williamson of Notch Hill,     is
J. R. King
B.   M Donald
of  Spenees Bridge,   and
ol   Kelowna, arc in lown.
hi
the  cily  today.
NEWS FROM FAR AND NEAR:
Pointed Paragraphs of Provincial Interest
i,    li.   Gattsteln  ami    W.   Crane  oi
Vaucouver.  are in   town  this  week-end
Tiffh  of    Field,
ity   this   week -
n :
J.B.   Bright  of  Three  Valley,
in town yesterday.
^•'V-»*'*V-<l^*V*^'»>*S^-».'*-*'%/V%^
Mr.  and   Mrs.   G.W.
b       hopping  in  the
D.   W.
town on
MoNabb of  Winnipeg,
husines's hem.
Ottnwa   Evening Citizen says: [    Hon.  Hugh  Richardson,  retired  ju«>
lmpresslon   prevailing    in high list, died In Ottawa, last week,    aged
at  present  is  87 years.   He was     born    in  London,
fall  ses>ion  of  England,  in  1S-G.   Previous to his re-
Tho
"The
political    circles    hero
that   there will be no
Mi
Iowa,
. .,.
Mr.
v.,
\v.   W.   Pattengill
cam.' In from  the
J.C.  Love of Nelson, came in
I Thursday's south train.
it    Osage,     u   £._ Quajnme of Nakusp, is doiug  y
east ou Tnui's  business  bere  this  week-end. ,
iud   Mi
; dd
i.   t'.W.   An
Revelstoke
.in  oi Tor-
i   visit   this
U.S. Bryce of Salmon Arm,
business visitor here today.
oa  parliament.   The   ministers incline  to   tifemeni  he was Supreme Court judeje
the view that, the House will bu sum-  of the old Northwest Territories,    and
nioned      immediately      after  the   now ; was  the  presiding jurist  at the  fam -
car. j ous Riel trial.
rhe Dominion Government is about
is
a
.Max  MeSwegi
city     "la.',    lie
.-.-; ike,
of Victoria, is iu the
is at   the Hotel Rev-
('.   Cochrane of    Rogers  Pass,
down  tie' bill thin mid-week.
.    ■  J.F.
came
1.1     ;•,., ind.
C.J.  and
an
i lii'iu.us   oi    Hartehurg,
in o.i     Thursday's   early
E.J,  Duggins of Oaigary,
■lay a   arrival-1  from
'
Mr. and  Mrs.  A.S.
,, aue in   own,
tel   Revel tone.
Kent  of Orville,
uesi a at the bo
le.   S.   Lyttle  ami   S.R,   Maim.      oi'
eg, a     i ■ insacting  business in
i .      tj   odaj
W. Menzies of     Vancouver, came in
J.H. Powey of Vancouver, is transacting  business  bere   ibis  week.
Miss A. Patterson of Vancouver, is
paying   this eity a visit  thi-  week.
Mrs. 10. Harrop of Hanop, li. 0.,
came in  on Thursday's  >outh traiu.
Geo. Mlehal oi Winnipeg, and J. A.
Hartings of Oaigary,  are in th^' city,
Remember lho Union Sunday school
pieni   ,u  Allien Canyon ou August IS
.Mrs. J.T. Chapman of Lemon Oreek
B.C., is laying RevelBtoke a visit this
week-end.
The Minister of the Intrior lias on-
gaged Mt*. Thomas H. .Mawson, the
British landscape architect, to prepare.
a scheme to include all information,
plans, drawings and skotches required
by the department for tht> laying out
of lots and developing the property in wheri
Banfl Park  on artistic lines.
to extend to the United States the
system of business consulates that exists iu Britain, South Africa and Holland. Canadian agents are to be lo-
caieil in the leading American cities
there  is  opportunity  of  Canad
ian  trade being secured.
'A Manual ot British Columbia Con The final accounts of the lutercolou
pany Law," by Mr. Alexander Harold ial Railway of Canada for the liscal
DoUglas and Mr. (ieorge Uorie, both year shown net surplus of $800,000.
of Vancouver, has hen issued by Bur j This is ahout $100,000 less thai*, tbe
roughs & Co., Ltd., of Calgary, and estimate of the minister when he mado
Jordan & Sons, Lid., oi London. It is .bis annual statement in tbu House.
a honk of upwards of 700 pages, and Certain of the revenue accounts did
seems   to  cover  tbe  ground  verythor-   not   .ume  out quite  ns well  as  antiw-
TAKE A WALK
When your feeling sore and fussy,
prone to reel off language cussy that
would shame a Newgate ln:-.-y, takei a
walk; when I'm mad 1 walk ton meters, all away my anger peters; peace
will come to him who teeters n.und
a block. When the world seems dark
and dreary as a prison in Sibery, and
your heart is sad and weary take a
walk. Pate throws bricks instead oi
poises, and she hits you where your
n ise is? Comfort ebonies to Iiim who
moseys round a block. If your wife
has made a blunder and y°u ',,v' 'dee
raising thunder your ancestral roof -
tree under, take a walk; all thc care
your wife's during, all the ills she's
daily curing you'll remember while
you're touring round a block. If the
kids persist in roiling you by whooping and liirnioiling, till yon (col your
temper spoiling, tike' a walk; you'll
bo far less grieved and gravobwl and
your ire will be unraveled by tho
time that you have traveled rouud a
block. Would you rant, as a tokon
that your manly heart is broken'.'
Leave tho bitter word unspoken—take
B walk; you'll he |., 1 -.-on scooted
leaving your'ol.l horn untoot<*-d1 hy
tho time yo i have piroolod round a
block.—Walt   Mason.
*2JHaaMSMarsfajaarEErsMSJSJaiajsisi
SALES and WANTS
IOc. line   ::   Minimum 25c
oij^MMEjasjssiaMacijasraEiajaMaeii
TO RENT—Two Furnished Bedrooms,
on Fifth Street, East. Apply to Box.
914.
WANTED—Domestic Work hy Superior person. Good cook, noedlewo -
man.   Apply  81,  Third stroet,  city.
FOR SALE—25 Hens, yearling and
two yoal old. Heavy weight and
Legho'ns. F.W. Laing, Sixth street
West.
WANTED—Maternity Nurse Superior,
wants engagements, cheerful and reliable.   Apply Sl, Third street, Oily
lm. July 10th 1st iss.
WANTED—A girl for general housework. Apply to J. A. McMillan,
Seventh street. Will pay $'.15.00 per
month to right girl.
oughly.
pa I e'll.
cn Thursday's  oast   bound
the Hotel Revelstoke.
lie  is  al
D.E.
town
Falkner
today.
Vancouver,
gueBt at  thu
in
Hotel
hr\ elstoke.
Messrs. Reid and     Barton,   photo -
graphers, ha tugb    out tho Tucker
studio on McKenzie avenue.
Victor Robert of Montreal, is am-
ong the many eastern visitors io stop
Of! here   this week.
Mr, and Mrs. C.i'. .Monis of Rossland, arc paying Revelstoke a, short
\i-it  this week-end.
Robt, G. Clark, J.E. Tucker and W
M. Tucker, all of Vancouver, are
h ire  this  week-end.
J. Grant, from the famous old town
of Dundas, uut., i> here this week-end,
at the King Edward.
G    Erickson o.; Cianbrook, came in
o.n   Wedn -'ay-   south   train.   He  .an
tnd a1  t   ■ Hotel  R ivelstokc..
i Mrs. Woo I of Prince
A tt, are among the many Saskat-
o-hewan   \isitoi»  in    Revelstoke      this
V.O....
The     Bhriuers    Baud    was playing
some very popula:   nines at the depot !
last even.lng.as their train west bound I
was waiting.
F.E.  Tillej   and family  of     Toledo, |
Ohio, are Thursdays'     arrivals    from !
ii   east.   They an* gUeetB at the llo-
-,:.  Revelstoke.
J.M.   Everitt oi  Armstrong and T.
Li     ■ ie i   ot Mission B.C.,  are among
thi   many  western  visitors  to do busi-
;' :'   ';!I" week. i   „,, , ,, ,
rhe regular month!}  meeting of the
Mrs.  J.W.   Armstrong and  little son  Farmers' In ti u     will    bu hell     the
Ar   ild, returned    from Salmon Arm,  Becond Wednesday   m August.
they  ha-.' been camping,     the
The bill to abolish plural voting at | J.S. Pope, child mail clefk on the
elections in the British Isles, passed i Crows Nest Line, was sentenced to
its third rending in the HoUBe of Com . three mouths in the provincial jail at
. inons last week after a motion lo re-1 Lethbridge ona charge of stealing a
ject the hill had been defeated 29.'! to cheque for StO from tbo Diamond City
222. Thia bill passed its lirst reading mad bag at Kipp. Sentence on this
on April 8 by a vote of 303 to 107. It I charge will hold him without hail u'n-
embodies the principle ol "One man, til his trial on more serious charges
one vole.*' Iconic in September.
Following the dismissal of eight em i A decree of divorce was granted lank
ployecs of the i'rovincinl governments Week, In London, to Mrs. George Corn-
land titles office at Oaigary after an wallls-West, formerly Lady Randolph
investigation by provincial and city Spencer Chun hill, a daughter 0f the
detectives into the mysterious disap - late. Leonard Jerome of New York,
piarance of eight cash looks, dating The decree (nisii may lie made abso-
from tho year 1906, and tho sum of lute in six months. The ground* for
$71, which was stolen from thc cash, crnnting the decree were statutory
heev in thc ottic.., sensational rumors.desertion ami misconduct. The hearing
are rife nil over the city. lasusl only a few minutes.
Droypcrl in the
Ni-IM Post-Bex
The' genial countenance of Jas. E.
' Bland of Arrowhead was noticed on
the  streets  yesterday.
NOTES
Mr. and Mrs. J.S. Green oi Swift
Current, are in town today. They are
guest- ai the King Edward.
C. lt. Hume and family are enjoying
tins hot weather down  ...   i ...
waters oi  the Pacific  ..Mean.
NAKUSi*
JOTTINGS
iv
HALCYON
Nakusp, B.C., July oO—A man nam-'    Halcyon, B.C.. July 30—Tbe Cauad-
cd Cooper, an employe of Green Bros,   ian  Pacific  Lumber company's  mill al
.i;  Burden,  surveyors of Nelson,    was  Pingston   creek has   been   closed  down
biought    into    the     Nakusp  hospital  for a time.
tie.in   Arrow   Park,      where  tho      firm
'
Eva  K.  St'-inlioil oi  Wallace-
:;■.... and Miss Jean S. Soulesof
Spokane,  ai     imong the  tourists    io
..i .    Revelstoke ihis week-end.
Mrs.   K.W.   Pattingill of Walla Walla
'•■ ■ ....       among th.' many American
RevelBtoke this week.
Bli i        .,      the    He.*    :    Rl
Government  Road   Superintendent E.
i  the fore  part  of the
from a   two     week-'  [nspe I o
trip up  the Big   Ben 1.   iff Bays there
*.-   ons   ■ ining development be-
irrled    een in   the district.     Mr.
:• and others working gooel t. ,r-
i*s o: men in theii various claims.
Mr.  Trimble  left,   yesterday   on an  of-
■ .-it to Nelson.
Miss Boyd •■'.   Vancouver,  who   has
:     - ....  un. ■
i . uding  Frau Kerner
pupil of Madame  S b ..ill op
en       tudio in Revelstoke -:.
Boyd wh - -tudy
oi the pi inoforte     a   oi I   g t
Schrn aim  method  has
iy     Mr-   McKinney,
.-'.Ok' . Btii
:■
W.W.   Bradley,  chief  provincial  ass's ■ •'   ol  Nelson, is in  town.   He    cau
the King Edward.
ll.    C.   Roysou .it     Golden,     came
i n   on   'i'hiii -day      to
al   Uevelstoke.
Mayor aud Mrs. Taylor oi London.
iMicenuei, were „uo.un£ prominent tour-
,-ts  to  visit  Revelstoke this  week.
Mr.     an.l     Mrs.  Edwin John
a. are among Thursday's arrival    ■-.  Bt.    Tbey an   a        ihe
Edward,
trill b<
Francis church tomorrow mon
«k and at
■   i
llut of the guests went down io
St, Leon in tho launch to attitid the
Revelstoke merchants picnic. Mrs.
Boyd won the prize, a box of hand -
kerchiefs ior throwing a baseball. A
dance was ._'i\ en in the hotel aftei the
party returned in the evening.
have a survey ming having badly cut
bis foot with an aie in the performance ot his duties.
Mike Vingling, the commodore of
tbe Arrow lakes mosquito tleot, has
been laid up with an attack of grippe,
neral mooting of the
-p.tal will be held at the
opera hou-*e on Monday, Aug. 4. The
election of officers will ;ak.- place.
■ -mi of Calgary is vis-
itlag   Miss  Flossie  Edwards for
V-C<o,*.
F v. manager    of     th..
in     Bank  of  Commerce    hero,
.:- tion on July
ceded    by  Mr.   Gordon  by their two weeks' stay. Tho former
'  *ur:i      Mr.
V. Siraonson, Trail, who. came here
four weeks ago with a l>ad case of
rheumatism, lefl on .Saturday entirely
recovered as did R. Cooper, Rossland,
who arrived on the 12th, and had t'j
uie crutches the first week.
\ • it trill  and
T. he-noiV.   Bril -
. much benefitted
ipal
where b"  . id tb ■
rae.
Colpitl    of    *he
'   •      ,
. ■
o*
a -■ iatton
■<ck, p.
• . •.
resil
no*** near. . ii   ion.
con-
a   -.: iuoi da -
and   N'elson   av-
to co«t   fl.MO.     R
ractors.
' •-.■ al      from
*
a brother ot     Peter Verigin,
Doukhobor leader.
the
California   is
bare  o:'  th
e.     . *    ... •
ty   •• bo  were bi I
Mr   .nd   Mi-     Tilcot*.
■•'rtainly   contn'
- '.ei      visit
par-
■ .   we're:   —
Mi   and    Mr-.
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Kai 1    Neu •
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D.    By
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Mra, 11 H i.■'•in, Sandon, and Miss
Evelyn Thomp-.>n, Spokane were here
two days la-t week, and Mr. and Mrs.
R.   Johnstone,    Arlington, Wash., one
Mr-. DT. Uulger and Mrs. D. Horn,
Nakusp. were bere (rota Wednesday to
Friday.
w.ii Hi ' ''ti and it. Cole, Revel-
stoke, arrived on Wednesday and Mr.
. i m R.E B km i.n, Phoenix, on
Thin -day
BUSINESS LOCALS
e       ■ e I for a.  largo
-upply of coal and c.in -upply y(,ur re-
w. iro»n, Mr-    i .   ra and
"   <'t .wn   i if      ' i i    and       i
This party  remained  ..vera coup!   ol
fe take .n the lc-t of tbe scenery
nnd   erly travelled    by days   to they
vo iM not  :... - an)     The    m ids ipe
ial   mention of   the   i>ure  air at   R..v..|-
»to  ■ as compared wi*h the cong
citii    of the -outh.
A iistinguished party of Montreal
ers paid Revolstoke a visit thi- week.
The party consisted of Mr. L. A.
Lavelle, mayor of Montreal. L. A.
Lapointe, M.I'.. I,..-lie H. Boyd, aid -
ermiri: J.C I'ois-ant, alderman; Mrs.
Geo. K. Zw.-rfel and M. J. Magnior, \\.
■it Montreal.    Nearly    all   tlie     party
Mi      I Lyon of Calgary,     and
i
n       irsday    Ti-
oka
Geo   Ellis   ind wife oi Toronto, anl
WM.   C tmpbell  o I      ar.'      nm-
'
toke   this
week ' n !
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t
-
for a tailor . end   n
tall   and
m tbe market.
winter with
gl   n.i    dish      pan
Revel toke Hardware
Yo i   an buy
iny.
It OAL i handled exclusively
,:, Bevalatoke by the Revelatoke General  Agen'ieg,  |,|()
See the  Revelstoka  Hardware  Co.'s
add f.r Birgain-i in firanit.. Ware.
•v     It   ,m|    |m  ipi "• ,r   e,f   the   lamoin
•anitariumal     Hal yon Hot  Springs,
and e>n" of tbe best \ ths
Arrow   Lake ;,ii»ln."
lo Revelatoke the mid ll i of thi
NOTICE
There   will In' a
teacher -,i tbo Schumann
mfhod ■■ bs pianoforte, late pupil
of Fran i ■ iu Kerner, pupil of tho
Ih». 'lm i     Jof'phu-  Schu -
.r   m-  in-     ol   maun,   Frankfurt   (Dnservatorium,   al-
l is    topping   .', the King -,'l'v,  1   'bo   Retail ton  so   Ol   Bl*d haw   Maim, pupil   of  Run-
day.   Aiigimt   tth,  a*   »h
V.M'    \    ,
ir« to
intnn'is opening a stu li-> on
1 2iith. Inu-nelmg pupil, will
■ i (lowed after thai date
were paying  th.-ir  first  visit,  to     the The  regulai   services  will   lie held in 8 p.m.    All thol
west.   The     h enery     tbey   witnessed 'he  Presbyterian church next   .Sunday attend
C'iming  through   the   mountains   male al " am- and 7:.'lo p.m.   The minister                              —	
n  great impression on ihoso tourists, ftov.  .1.   VI.  Hte .-n on    will  preeph.—      Ktity  millions  of  a surplus  and      a
In  -peaking of Revolstoke,   they said Morning subject "The Christian Walk'* rednotitoftin 'he na'itn.il rUbf oft wer
that wi<.h tie addition ofa few   real evening "The Why of Discouragement" ty millions.   Ilnm in 'hat foTanoord
?ood  indu^tii'm  this  city  should  hooii Strangeri ,md visitors are cordiaUy in fur the  Mordi-n   [OVernmenl   in it«   .ei-   "heap,  but  liquor advertisements mean
jjain large proportions. (vite<l to attend. ond year of ofTbe'' UvMsndl
"AI.e, Bar"     but      carry   the
whi-key  srdvertisements  is  the (ilobe's
idea ot  political   consistency.    Talk    ii
■»^-^^^*'»'*^'»»-%.*.-**.»^^-%. •»■»•»
Editor Mail-Herald:—
Dear Sir,—In your illustration ot
the now Provincial court hous", ap -
pealing In your issue of July, you ov-
erlooked the inclusion of the magni -
lie-cut architectural addition iu tho
shape of a handsome sixty foot wooden -bed, whioh is ,in course of construe
tion presumably with the object of
hiding the fine new building from lho
eyes of inquisitive tourists anel the
residents  in  tbe immediate  vicinity.
This "lini-biiiM touch," designed after the plan-'and specilications of tho
existing post otli.v, is anything but
pleasing to the householders living around tho court house ground.!, who
were living in hopes of the available
space being laid out in pleasant gardens instead of having their eyes tortured by tho large Ugly wootl shed
referred  to,
Yours truly,
T. K. L. TAVLOR.
Editor Mail-Herlad:—    --.j,,
Dear Sir,—Will you be good enough
to put in your paper B notice with regard to garden stealing.
Since Mr. C. B, Hume and family
left Hevel-toke on a visit to Vancouver, thero has been someone's children
ih C. B.'s" garden at all hour- and
they have dun'a lot of damage by
wilfully destroying vegetables. Now
I think if you would put in a good
notice with regard to same you would
be doing Mr. Hume a groat favor, as
it is awfully annoying for people to
think you can't turn your back, but
what your garden has io be turned over by a lot of mischievous' boys, oar-
re.t-, parsnips, Heels and peas, beans,
and everything pulled deliberately up,
and probably if you could g-ivo a hint
through your paper, all that would bo
stopped.
A. NEIGHBOR.
J.  Dale of Toronto, is in town.
James Evans of Salmon Arm, was
noticed  on the streots yesterday.
D.K. Cam..ron and A. Tynell of Kam
loops, are in town this week-end.
Mrs. W.A. Sturdy and children are
enjoying a visit with friends at Malakwa   this   week.
Miss Abriel of Vancouver, is in the
city this week end. She is a guest at
the King Edward.
Mr. Len llow-otl brought 'back from
In- recent trip to Frisco, a pu'*e bred
French toy bull pup, Thei very latest
thing in dogs, the first of its kind
ever  n in Itevelstoke.
'Ihe Toronto Globe's "Abolish-tho-
Bar" cry which iaileel so utteily in tho
North Grey bye-election is iquite on a
par with ihe political principles of
thai clerie-ally edited Liberal organ.—
Of whal u-e are hypocritical editorials
een "A'bollsh-the-Bar" when in tbc same
-sue of the paper appears a full page
a Ivortieetnenl ot "beer that made Milwaukee famous .'"
The small boys and girls on First
and Second street, west, aro having
no end of fun these days playing circus. They have a genuine parade in
whioh a rooster and a torn eat help
very considerably. A number oi small
girls dressed a- downs with a husky
six-year-old boy in an express, imitating a wild animal in a cage helps
e-onsiderably to make up a pi-etty
good Street parade. This circus par -
ade has In*'!! going on now for the past
few days greatly to the amusement of
th-' residents along these two residential stieets.
WANTED—Position with private family, two hours per day oil, by girl
uecustomed to work, reierences. Apply. Mail-Horald Office.
WANTBD—Smytho's Employment Oi -
hoc, men for work at good wages.—
Apply to Smythe's Employment Office,  First street,  Rovolstoke, B.O.
MISS PORTER—Graduate Maternity
Nurse, competent, experienced, open
for engagements. Prepared to tako
entire charge of homo. Box 300,
Uevelstoke. lm.   J.16.
WANTED—Young Lady School Teachers ns boarders ior a home-like
boarding house, centrally located.—
Parties wanting board apply to Box
914, Rovelstoke, B.O.
A QUICK SALE BARGAIN—$1050.00
Will buy a comfortable one and ono-
luilf storey dwelling, six rooms, modern conveniences, splendidly situated ,,n Second street. $050 cash, balance on easy terms.—H. N. Cours'ici
CUP!D
VISITS
TOWN
Cupid was visiting Rovelstoko agaiu
this weok, when at St. Francis church
the pastor, Rev. J.C. McKenzie, performing tho ceremony, united in tho
holy bonds of matrimony, Karl Roi
ami Anna Suberlak, both of  thiB city.
The Bridesmaid was Miss Margaret
Ringer, whilo the groom was supported by  W.B.  McKenzie.
Another wedding took place this
'. morning at 8 o'clock at St. Francis
church. Rev. Father McKenole per-
ieiiiiiiiig the ceremony. The contracting parties being Roggieto tlaseiato,
and Maria Mieielli. Tho bridesmaid
was Miss Angelina Fuoco, while llm
groom was supported by Francisco
! Daivbangelo.
Itoth happy couples will reside in
Revelsloke. The Mail-Herald joins
with their many friends in wishing
them prolonged bliss in their wedded
life.
S.S. Revelstoke
During the months of June, July,
and August, tho Steamer Revelstoke
will make one regular trip per week
up river, leaving Five-Mile Landing at
HI o'clock a.m. on each Friday.
Freight must he delivered on board
the day previous.
Special rates will be given to excursionists. Stage and Auto service connects with steamer.
For full information as to rates, etc
npply to the Purser on Board.
Telephone B215.
F. SWANSON,
Purser.
Tho city of Gait, Ont., has secured
a very practical illustration of what
the killing of the Laurier reciprocity
pact means to Canda. An ■, American
j corporation, capitalized at $2,500,000,
is' about to move its plant to Gait,,
as It can do business now more profitably on Canadian soil. Had Reiiiproc-
ity carried, the city of Gait would
have been just so much tho loser.
!«i fi ii h ii m n @ a a h m @ m m m
a
All changes of ads must pos- 9
itively     be   handed into this '.m,
office by Monday evening   tn (3
order     that the change shall 9
appear in  Wednesday's  issuo, [■]
and any changes intended for g
Saturday's     issue must     he 9
handed     in     not 1 ater than (■]
Thursday     evening of     each 14
week.        Business men please 9
take note of the above. [■)
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