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Array Ask for Halcyon LITHIA WATER
For family use there is nothing so
wholesome and so pure us HALCYON LITHIA WATER.
The Mail-Herald
.--Fir eaae of operation and perfection
in results produced, this Machine
is unsurpassed —Prick: $60 00 cash.
Interior Publishing Co , Agents
Vol. 14.-NO 40
REVELSTOKE. B. C. MAY 30, 1908
$2.50 Per Year
C. B. Hume & Co., Ltd
Stores at Arrowhead and Revelstoke. .
Clothing for Boys
We have the celebrated Lion Brand Clothing, the new swagger 2-Piece Double Breasted
Suits in the New Tweeds. They are the top-
notchers in Boys' Clothing.
Boys' Lion Brand Suits. Fit boys from
io to i6 years—$5.50 to $8.00.
Boys' Lion Brand separate knicker pants
in good, heavy serviceable Summer Tweed,
double seats and double knees 75c. to $1.50.
Footwear for the Children
Children's White Canvas Low Laced Shoes
(Oxfords) also in tans, lovely, light, comfortable Summer Shoes, pretty, for Children's
wear at $1.50 and $1.75.
Children's Slippera in Tana, Blacks, Patents and
Red, in the Laced and Strapped kinds—$1.25 to $1.75.
The Instructor Shoe for Children in the New Broad
Soles, extra wide toes, the acme of oomfort for children's school shoes. People who know this line—
(Instructor) ask for them at $2.00 and $2.25.
Stores sit R.vel-tok. and Arrowhead.
Summer wants'
Flies are coming—Get ready. We will sell you new
Screen Windows and Doors, or fix up your old frames.
Is your Lawn Mower in shape T If not we will put it
in shape lor a sn all charge. For the edge of your lawn, get
Grass Shears or a Sickle, also a Sharpening Stone. We
have tbem.
Who does not enjoy a Hammock ? You'll enjoy ours
more. Beautiful patterns. We have also a splendid line
for the baby. „	
Now tbat the hot weather is here, and you find it bard to
keep vour food from spoiling get a good Refrigerator. We
sell that kind only.   See our best white enamellod inside.
Freeze your own cream and make it to your own  taste.
Delicious creams in a minute with our Freezers.
^Lawrence Hardware Co., Limited^
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Off ice   Toronto, Ontario.
Brauehes lu the Provluces of MaiiiUilm. Alberta, Saskatchewan,
British Columbia, Ontario, IJuehee.
Oapital Authorized - -        •10,000,000.00
Oaplial Paid Up -    •4,02_.©oo.oo
Reserve Fund «4,925,ooo.oo
D. R. Wilkir, President ■, Hon. R. Jakkbay, Vice-President.
A General Banking Buslnese .Transacted.
Drafts sold available in all parts of Canada, United States and
Europe.   Special attention given to Collections.
** Savings Bank Department
Interest allowed on deposits from date of deposit and credited
Revelstoke Branoh, B. C.-H. T. Jaffray, Manager
White Silkette
Lace Hose
All sizes lor Women and
Children, Well made, stylish
and comfortable.
Ladies' White
Lawn Blouses
A now consignment just
arrived. A Blouse that is
coin foi table at this season.
Opposite Climax Hotel, First Htroet.
Premier Welcomed—Bourassa
Opposes Gouin—Labor Ruling-Miners Resume Work-
Orange Grand Lodge.
Nelson, May 30.—Premier McBride
and party were given a reception and
banquet here. They left this monitor east Kootenay and will return to
the roast by way of Spokane.
MONTREAL, May BO,—Henri Bourassa, former member of Parliament for
Labelle, will Oppose Premier Gouin in
St. .lami'sT division thia city, at tbe
provincial elections on June 8th.
VICTORIA, May 20.—That a labor
union is liable for damages if it calls
its men out b cause a workman is not
a member uf the union, was a decision
given by Judge Lampman in tbe
County Court here yesterday.
Michel, May bO.—After an all-day
session yesterday, Michel Miners'
Union decided to return to work by a
vote of 209 for work and 86 against.
MniLANn, Ont., May 30—The Grand
Orange Lodge of British America
opened in general Bessbn here yesterday afternoon.
Athens, May 30.—Many fugitivea
from Samoa have reached Smyrna.
They say the situation there ia critical.
They fear that tbe Turkish troops now
on tbeir way will start a general massacre. Tbe powers are being urged to
send warships to Samoa.
Calgary, lilay 30.—The Albertau
aaya, under special wire from Ottawa :
"Dey's arena beld 5000 people la»t
night including the Governor General,
Col. Hanbury Williams, General Mac-
donald, Col. Graves, Premier Laurier,
Hon. R I.. Borden, and moat of the
House assembled to give a royal send-
off to the Kilties Band wbo played
their sarewell Ottawa appearance prior
to the much heralded tour of the
world. The mayor gave an illuminated address and bnner containing
the city coat of arms, to be borne by
the Scottish Kilties in tbeir tour of
foreign countries.
C. P. R. Freight Engulfed and
Five Men Killed.
Port Arthur, Ont., May 29.—Five
lives were lost, and tbe destruction of
property which will reach a total of
$200,000, and possibly more, as the result of tbe breaking away of a dam on
Current River, above the city power
house Wednesday night.
The rush of water striking a bend I
in tbe river about hall a mire above
tbe mouth broke through tbe banks
and continued down its mad career
over tbe city park, around the municipal powerhouse and across the Canadian Pacific railway,
In going through the park it carried
away all the dance halls, ice cream
stands, pavilions, swings, etc.
Crossing tbe C. P. R. it washed away
the bridge over the river and also
created havoc about the power house
situated at the mouth of the river,
With the C. P. R. bridge was washed
away about three-quarters of a mile of
track. AltnoBt immediately after tbe
accident a C. P. R. freight train came
along from the east and crashed over
the wrecked bridge into the river with
eight or ten cars on top of the locomotive.
The engineer, fireman and brakes-
man went down and were killed or
drowned, and alsjo, it ia believed, two
unknown men who were stealing a
ride on the train. The men killed
were Engineer Savard, Fireman McBride and Brakeman Inman, all residents of Schreibcr. The city power
plant, light and water system are
crippled and it will be days before
tbey are ready again.
Large numbers of people are endeavoring to visit the scene ot the catastrophe, but cannot get near it because
tbe place is flooded, and for the sumo
reason it is impossible to make an
estimate ol damage. The bodies of
the men have not yet been recovered.
Lumber King Visits the Coast
Winnii'eu, May 29.—Frederick Weyerhaeuser, tbe St. Paul lumber king,
said to be the richest man in the
world has left here en route to Vancouver to purchase timber limits on
the mainland of British Columbia,
wbich be prefera, bs says, to Vanoouver island. He believes tbere is no
cause for alarm in tbe United States
regarding ibe future of tbe timber
Firemen's Pay Raised to Two
Dollars per Hour
The regular meeting of the. oity
council was held last night with Mayor Lindmark and Aldermen Foote,
Sawyer and Lefeaux present. The
minutes of the last meeting were read
and adopted.
From Chief of Police reporting fire
alarms O. K.—Filed. Also reporting
on lire in City Hotel on Tuesday last
From F. W. Laing, requesting that
the street be oponed up at Connaught
avenue and Sixth street, aa he is
building a houee—The council agreed
tbat the mutter ahould be attended to
in view of the fact that a new building waa going up nnd resolved to have
this work done, and call for tenders,
tbe letting to be left with tbe public
works committee. Tenders to be in
by Monday evening, June 1.
From the Revelstoke Land Co.
stating that the time for the agreement for tbe leasing of certain lands
south of Ninth street, purchased by
the city for park purposes, wae up and
calling the attention of the city to the
terms of the agreement. Tbe land in
question has been leased to tlie athletic association and the council felt
that the city should take over the
property, although the - agreement
road that improvements should be
paid for. The matter waa finally left
with the mayor till next meeting, and
to report.
From the Hospital Society requesting that the city should wire the new
wing of the hospital free of charge, bo
that that part of the contract could be
omitleJ and the expense lessened.
The council decided to ask for specifications for tbe wiring and submit to
the city electrician to report at the
next meeting.
From McSorley brothers at the
Queen's hotel, requesting the special
flat rate for tbeir electric street sign.
The council resolved that aB the rate
waB only given to open signs with the
lamps outside, and aa his wae an en
closed sign the rate could nit apply.
Frooj J. D. Sibbaid, on behalf of
others, requesting tbat tbe lane at the
Enterprise Brewery' be closed, as it
could not be uaed by the public and
agreeing il tbis was done 10 allow
poles and wires to run through it.
The council considered whether they
could legally close the Ian.', and
whether it would be advisable to close
it in view of the fact tbat the main
sewer would come up that lane. Tbe
matter was laid over for two weeks.
From G. M. Sproat re the taking of
rock from bis property.—Liid over.
The council resolved to purchase
the acre of land belonging to J. A.
Kernaghan, for the purpose of taking
off rock for street building for the
sum of $100.
From Gus Lund requesting a grade
on Kootenay and Third street.
The council instructed the city
clerk to write to Mr. Lund stating
that the city did not find it necessary
to establish a grade there.
From the Board of Trade re the construction of the Mt. Victoria trail and
the co-operation of tlie council with
the government. The public works
committee have the matter in band.
A letter from Gallicano asking for
conipenBation.for the expense of raising
his store on McKenzie avenue to get
clear of the surface water Irom the
street which had been raised after
grading, was read and the council
agreed to inform Mr. Gallicano that
the city was not responsible for bia
Tenders for grading streets and
sidewalks in the east of Ward One
were opened, that of P, Julian lieing
accepted on certain conditions to be
fulfilled by the contractor.
Aid. Sawyer reported on Btrectwork.
A petition was read from residents
near the souths track requesting that
water lie supplied down Fourth and
Downie streets and pipes be laid in
that vicinity. The council resolved
that the work be done provided that
certain stipulations be carried out by
the consumers.
Aid. Foote brought up the question
of the pay of firemen, stating that in
other cities tbe rate ol pay at fires
ranges from $1 to $2 25 per hour,
whereas the looal mon are only paid
75c. He said that the brigade needed
better compensation for their work
and for the clothes tbey damage, in
many cases tbey being uut of pocket
for such damage. It was a hard
mutter to keep the brigade together
under the present conditions. It was
the duty of tbe city to protect their
firemen and reimburse tbem ior loss.
It was risky work and deserved moie
The council, feeling that the brigade was of the utmost importance to
the city, agreed that they should
be better paid, and resolved that each
fireman he-paid at the rate of $2 00
per hour while in actual fire fighting,
false alarms and practices to remain
tbe Biiine, the new schedule to include
the fire at Caley's hotel.
Et, Floyd tendered hia resignation
as city assessor, which was aoceptcd,
C. M. Field being appointed in bis
The accounts wore then passed and
the meeting adjourned.
Mass Meeting Resolves on rigid
Moral Reforms
Miss Murcutt who haa been lecturing hero during the week made her
last appearance on Thursday nigbt
before a good audience. His worship,
the mayor, and the Revs. T. W. Hall,
J. R, Robertson, W. P. Freeman, and
W. C. Calder had seatB on tho platform Miss Murcutt devoted the evening to treating witb the Island prison
of Snghalien, the Russian fortress, and
graphically defcribed the horrors of a
Russian prison and tho lawlessness of
life in those regions. She told how
the Czar owned all the liquor saloons
and vodka shops in the country and
the curse that that fiery drink had
been to Russia and bow it led to
crime. The lecturer then went on to
advocate for the upholding of the law
regarding liquor saloons and urged
the people to rise in a body and stamp
out the drink curse, She told the
audience that the country would be
better and purer, and crime would become less and the people would be
more prosperous. Miss Murcutt then
made an appeal to the people to organize a branch of the Women's
Christian Temperance Union, and
passed round cards calling for willing
members. A hearty vote of thanks
was tendered to the lecturer as well as
to the members of the ministerial
association who had aided Miss Murcutt in her work. At the close of the
meeting a resolution waB passed by
the citizens of Revelstoke in mass
meeting that the civic authorities be
called upon to strictly enforce the
laws and bylaws relating to the closing
of saloons and bars on Sundays as
well as at nigbt, and that all professional gamblers be turned out of tbe
Garden Requisites
Vour gulden cannot possibly lie 11 success unless you
have the proper tools to work
with and HOOD SKED.S to
sow, all of which can he obtained at our Store. You will
t hen require a length of our
guaranteed RUBBER HOSE
and a sprinkler to water said
gulden and possibly a Wood-
yult Lawn Mower or a pair of
shears to cut the grass.
If your house needs painting, Sherwin-Williams'
Mixed Paints are the best, but at any rate see that the colors
are mixed with Sherwin-Williams' " Screw Press" Linseed
Oil for which we are agents. We also carry a large stock
of dry colors, colors in oil, varnishes, alabastine, etc.
Our Refrigerators, Ice Cream Freezers, Oil Stoves,
Screen Doors and Windows, Wire Netting, etc., are in big
demand these days.
Bourne  Bros.
Big Bend Mica Mines
Mr. J. F. Moody,of Calgary, managing-director of the Big Bensl Mica
Mines, Limited, wae in the city yesterday making arrangements tor
commencing work on the company's
properties in the Big Bend.
He ia sending a crew of men in the
way of Beaver and supplies enough to
keep them going until a trail can be
built from the Revelstoke aide of the
Columbia up Rig Mouth Creek. ThiB
trunk trail will be built at once by
the government and the mica company will build the branch up to
their claims.
When this is finished a full supply
will be Bent on via Revelstoke for the
working of the properties on a large
scale and the company expect to
begin extensive shipments at an early
Mr. Moodie was pleased to hear
that there is likely to be a tramway
around Death Rapids and a steamer
on the upper river almost immediately, and said hu could assure the
promoters ol those enterprises of a
largo amount of business aa soon as
they are in shape to handle it.
Me is very enthusiastic on the resources of the Big Heud district and ih
doing all be can to induce men of
capital to turn their attention to the
dovalopmeut of them. Mr. Moodie
will shortly remove with hia family to
this city fur the Rummer months.
Looking for B. C. Mines.
NELSON, May 29.—There arc Humorous agenla of capitalists in thia eily
looking up mines iu the immediate
neighborhood. Thia ia despite the
fact that the price of metals is lowir
now than it has been (or some years
past. It is generally considered, how-
evor, hy the newco'iicrs that thia will
merely servo to depress the price ol
properties and that within a iho'rt
period ol time metals will again go up
in value and in consequence a good
bargain will havo beon secured.
Just received—a shipmont of Ladies'
and Misses' Dree rikirts, no two alike.
—Miss A. Mauler.,
HARD COAL BRIQUETTES ai  $9.00 per ton ia the cheapest
Coal on the market.
They start fire iib easily as dry wood and last as long as hard coal.
Can be used in Furnaces, Cook Stoves, Heaters,  Self Feeders aud
open grates.
We have a large stock on hand ready for immediate delivery and
wiU'flll your order promptly.
Revelstoke General Agencies, Limited
The "Carter" Hat
If you desire to feel that you are up-to-date in
hat style wear a '-CARTER." It is the
finishing touch to the clothing of a well-
dressed man of taste. The above illustration
shows one of the latest styles of " CARTER "
felt hats. Manufactured from selected material
by experienced workmen it combines the qualities which are the true test of hat worth:
Style, Comfort, and Service, making it the
greatest value for the price
Special features of the " CARTER " arc the
new leather attachment which enables the hat
to readily lit the head, lightness in weight,
flexible texture, and serviceable wear. Each
style comes in every size, each size in every
dimension, Advertised and worn from ocean
to ocean. Sec our window display of these
celebrated union-made hats. Come in and
look them over. We have one to fit your
form and head.
First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
At 8 Per Gent.
Cbe ril\u.*'lixialb.
Barristers, Solicitors,  Etc
Parliamentary,   Departmental
and Patent Office Agents
Practice before Railway
Hauolti Fishkr
Chas. Mi-bphy.
BaxriaUini, Soltcltora, Etc.
C. B. Oiu-in J- 0. Elliott.
Orncaa:   In -rauL  Bank   Block,   Rkvicl-
btokk, B. C,
Money 10 loan. ,   n  „
Offloeti: Revelstoke, a 0.1 Cranbrook, B. C.
Ban. B. McCaktkh,
_. M.   1'IMUUM,
Revelstoke, B.
J. A. Hakv*v,
Cisuibrook, B. 0.
., M. Sootl l.L.U
W. I. Brings-
Barribtbrs, Solicitors, Etc
Money to Loan
solicitors for MOLBONB Bank
Revelstoke, B.C.
First Street.
Assst  of ell Ores,  Samples by;mall or express
receive prompt attention.
Terms Moderate.
ACDUSI        •        •       -       Box 4M EiSLO, B. C.
Provincial Land Surveyor,
Mine Surveying
Box 106, Revelstoke.
struction of a few miles of road,
direct communication at all seasons
from Revelstoke to the scene of
operations can be hud. The Board
are determined to see this mutter
through, knowing full well what is
the issue at stake, and what it will
mean for Revelstoke. Apart from
that, the matter is a purely provincial one which will benefit
wholesale houses at the coast as
well as the merchants of our city,
and by securing this enormoiiB
trade for B. C, business will in the
ordinary course of events increase.
Our Board of Trado as representing our people have now taken this
matter up, but it is also up to the
community as a city to lend their
undivided support and back up the
Board in their endeavors to secure
thoir ends. We look to the government for help and in view of the
fact that incidentally a vast area
of rich agricultural land will consequently be opened up round
Canoe River, from which the government will derive revenue, also
taking into consideration that a
large amount of money annually
finds its way into the provincial
treasury from timber in that region,
the government has a certain obligation to perform in this direction
and one which, if carried out, will
directly result in a further enrichment of a valuable riding such as
this is and the increase of commercial prosperity to the province as a
whole. This is a question of deep
publio interest, and every citizen
should do his share in furthering
this object.
Member American Institute Mining Engineers.
Member (Inadiin Mining Institute.
Mem. Dominion Institute Associated Engineers
Revelstoke. B, 0.
Eliminates:, of and Reports un Mineral Properties lor Investors.
Cable Address-—"Kanagiiu," Revelstoke, B. C.
Cdes-Bedford-MrNoill; Morollig & Seals
Western L'nion; I'lougb.
Mininp, Real Estate,   Business.,   Financial and Share Brokers.
Mercantile Agents,
Fire. Life, AcciJent, Employers' Liability, Guarantee and Live Stock Insurance
Maps, Plans, Blue Print? and Reports
compiled on Mines, Land and Timber.
B. C.
Remarkable   for
phig chewing tobacco.
Gbe ffl>ati>1foeral&
There :s so m-Jch bad in the best of us,
And so much good in tbe wont ol US,
Thai it har.ly behoove* any ol us,
To talk ab-sut the rest of OS.
8ATUBDAY, MAY 30, 1908
It   ia gratifying  to  see that the
Board of Trade ie thoroughly alive
to its   duties   and   responsibilities
where matters of municipal as well
ae of  provincial  interest  are concerned.    The movement now occupying the minds of  our local business men most,  is  one the importance   ol   which   cannot   be    over
estimated and   which  if carried to
a successful  Issue will have direct
benefit  to   Revelstoke,  as  well as
indirectly   to the   province   iUell.
We are convinced in our own mind
that the route  from  here to Canoe
river and northward lo the line of
the G.T.P. construction is the most
feasible  of  anv, and bolide, being
the shortest, presents no great dilli-
culty in   the way   of   preliminary
preparation   before   the    route   is
opened up for  transportation purposes.     There is every probability
of the provincial government coming to the assistance and helping in
tbe opening up of those portions of
tbe route  which as yet, in a measure, prevent direct cheap and easy
transportation, and   we can safely
eay that   what   route is definitely
decided upon by   the Grand Trunk
contractors, the   government   will
lend its support.    We are within a
180 miles   of   where   the supplies
will   be   needed, and   the greater
portion of   lhat   distance   can   be
made hy  water, and with the con-
It was interesting to note the
other night that when, during a
public lecture, dealing with temperance and moral reforms, the
lecturer called for a resolution from
the mass meeting of citizens to the
effect that they would take stepB to
impress upon the civic authorities
the necessity of closing saloons and
bars an Sunday and running out
all gamblers from the city, the
meeting as a whole signified its
approval oi ihe motion by rising
to its feet and carrying it, and
seemed very enthusiastic about it;
but we wonder how many of those
present that night really meant to
take tinv Bteps to back up their resolution aud carry out these intentions instilled into their mind by
the lecturer. We know very well
lhat Revelstoke is not a model
city, although no worse than any
other in the west, and we are quite
aware that steps will have to be
taken to bring about a different
stale of affairs here, and adopt
rules and regulations that have
evolved in eastern cities, but unless
the people bestir themselves and
show that they mean to have this
and that done, no change will take
place. As the lecturer said of the
reverend gentlemen on the platform on 'J'hursda
the public good than the disregard
of their political duties on the part
of a very hirge number of intelligent and influential citizens. Col-
ge-bred men of power and
effectiveness in business or the professions, and many other men who
by force have made their merits
known in other walks of life, not
only repudiate their own political
obligations as citizens, but scoff at
those of their fellows who sacrifice
time and comfort and personal in
terest in the seemingly vain endeavor of redeeming politics from
the curse of corruption and graft.
The day is coming when men of
that ilk will be known for the
snobs they are, and when in the
just estimates of public opinion of
superiority will be held as ignorant
selfishness and as treason to the
The elector thus in B. C. too,
who takeB no interest in the politi
cal government of his country,
who cares not whether this man or
that man be elected, should he de
prived of his citizenship which he
haB despised, and treated as a trai
tor. It is essential for the well
being of the country to have the
best men to represent the people,
who will honestly represent them
and look after their interests zeal
ously and with fullest integrity,
and who are not afraid to abide by
their own convictions and see that
their constituents get what they deserve. So then the man, in whose
hands lies the power of furthering
the interests of his country and
who depises his birthright as a
Canadian citizen, ought to be
branded Esau-like as a "profane
person," whose interests in his city
or his province is centred and circumscribed in the mess of  pottage.
' I don't know how the newspapers
come to be in the world, and I don't
think Ood doeB, tor he's got nothing
to say about them in the Bible. I
think the editor is one of the missing
links we read about und stayed in the
bushes until after the flood, aud then
came out and wrote the things up, and
has heen here ever since. I don't
think he ever died. I never saw a
dead one aud never heard of one get
ting licked. Our paper ia a mighty
good one; but the editor goes without
underclothes all winter and don't wear
any socks and pa ain't paid his subscription since the paper blurted. I
asked pa if that was why the editor
uud lo suck the juice out of snowballs
in winter and go to bed when he had
a aliirt washed iu summer. About
then pa took me out in the woodshed
and he licked tne awful hard.
"If the editor makes mistakes  folks
Cost of Land Per Acre.—Net
Returns Estimated
What should be the cost of orchatd
land iu the Kootenay and what return
should lhe investor reasonably expect,
are two very important questions thnt
are frequently asked here at the pres
ent time.
The opinion of Roy C. Brock, the
secretary of the Kootenay Fruitgrowers' association at Nelson, when asked
on those to points and the li.ures he
gives are worthy of very careful attention. Mr. Brock states that over the
bearing period of ten years one of the
best mixed orchards that lots c.ime
under bis notice yielded an average of
$550 per acre, giving an average net
income to the grower of about $265
per acre. This, in Mr. Brock's opinion is a very conservative estimate of
the product of an ordinary fruit ranch
and in his opinion these figures may
lie safely used as the basis for the calculation of the value of fruit lands in
the Kootenay district. Ten per cent
is an exceedingly good return on the
average investment. Hence $2(55 per
acre net profit represents ten per cent
on $2650 per acre and shows that land
value at present hereabouts cannot
now be said to be exorbitant judging
from the prices advertised. Mr. Brock,
however, is careful to add thnt all intending purchasers of land should personally visit, investigate and ascertain
all the facts as to its fruit producing
value before buying.
Mr Brock figures out the approximate value of an acre of land in this
way: Land, $100; clearing, $100; cost
to get land into bearing, approximate,
$350; total, $550, At lirst this lo ike
like a lot of money to pay for land,
bat it must bo remembered that this
same land, if adapted for fruit growing
will repay this amount in two years
after planting.
It must be quoted, however, that the
figures quottd do not take into consideration the annual crops of small
fruits and v. getables that can be cultivated during the time the trees are
growing From three to five acres of
land devoted to lhe cultivation of
small fruitB sh u'd be i-utlicient lo
support an ordinary fan.ily if proper
cultivation and ordinary intelligence
is used. There is of course other adjuncts such as keeping of fowl which
will go to make tha small ranch a paying institution and which will be of
great assistance during the time the
trees are growing up.
Free Miners' Licences
All free miuers' licences expire on
May 31, and renewals must be made
before that date, which falls on a
say he ought to be hung; but if a
doctor makes any mistakes he buries
tbem and people daseent eay nothing
because doctors can read or write
I-atin. When the editor makes mis-
taxes there is lawsuits, and swearing,
and a big fuss, but it a doctor makes
one there is a funeral, cut flowers and
night, they were a perfect silence.     A dsjetor can use a |
I,  0.  F-
Curt Mnunt Begbie, Ko, ?461, meets 2nd and
lib Muudays in Oddfellows Hall, next to Opera
House Visi'.iug brethren cordially invited lo
J.W Garland, C.B.
H. W. Edwards. R S
C. W. O. W.
Mountain View Camp   No.'
Meet* Second and Fourth Wednesdays In
each month, in .Selkirk Hall. Vinitin Woodmen cordially invited to altend.
W. II. AllMSTllONG, Con. Com.
J   McINTYIlK, Clerk.
not the "whole" of their respective j KCI'A a yard long without him or any.
churches, so is it that the mavor bod-v knowing what it means, but if
and aldermen are not  the   "whole  the editor uses one he ha. to spell  it.
city," butonly represent it and need H,he d'*UjT I " '" "• •Doiher mM''
., .   , ., rp   .     ! wife he charges f'.r the   visit;   but   if
the support of the masses.     To in-1..
, , ., i the   editor   goes   lie   get* a charge of
troduce any reform the council and buckshf|t      WbeB   the  doctoI     ...
civic authorities must have the drurjk'it, case cf being overcorre with
backing of the public and  a back- the heat and if he   diet    tt   t case   I
ing not merely  of   resolutions  but  heart trouble.    When an   editor   gets
of something more forcible. Changes  drunk its a case of  too   much   booze
are chiefly brought about by agita-  and if he dies its the jim-jams.     Any
tion and  unless   the   citizens   co- college can make a dootor, but an edi-
operate in this movement, nothing|tor httl' <" ,*> h rp "— Pre«
will ever be done,    If   the reforms *•"■•
which   the people want are to     The Royal Visit to Canada
materialize they will have to all: Tlie visit of the Prince ol Wales to
get to work and pull for   the   same'Canada   will   lie   followed   with    the i
F. 0. E.
The regular meetings are held in the Selkirk
Hail every Tuesday evening at 8 o'clocs. Visit-
mg brethren are cordially invited.
J    l.BSMH. Pbksidknt.
Ko.," nnv Led
No. IS A FA A.M.
The regular modulus, are held In the
Massoniss Temple,
Mil Kellnws Half.on
'he third Monday In
■ihe',, month at 8
p.in. Visiting broth
ren cordially wel
I'S'lElt.   -(KCHKTAKY.
and the one object.
The Toronto Globe makes the
following apt and sensible itate
ment on "The Duty of a ''iii/.'-ii"
"Kvery citizen is bound hy the
very fact of his citizenship to take
an active and intelligent part in
the politics of his country. Politics is the science anil art of government. In Canada government in
founded upon the opinions and
convictions and ideals of the peo
[ile, and in a democratic country
lind representation and expression
in public men and public institutions. If the parlinme.nl, of Canada or the legislature of any of Ilm
provinces does not reflect public
opinion on any great ipsue in public life it is because the people,
nnd especially the informed and
representative people, have not done
their duty an citizens in relation
to the controversies nnd conflicts of
the political cafj.p_.lgn,
"There aro  few things more discouraging or  more  threatening to
KIRK LODGE No. 12. I. O. O. T.
Ms-,-!.. evnryThiirstdi
evening   in    Helkl
Hall    at   8   o'clock
Visiting brethren cor
'lially   fsivlled   Ui  at-
ll MMKK  H 0 J. « ITHIrS, *K0
keenest possible interest by all in
Kngland and the Empire. The l'*|ie-
ant and the  other  tercentenary   Bell
bratiooi at, Quebec are to in- carried
out on » magnificent scale Com'
parstively few persons still  be able to
 van a portion if these;  but both
tiiey and the lar greater camber n t
ko privileged will welooms ths pictorial record which ii t" appear in our
illustrated contemporary, The Graphic
^London, sixpence Sleekly), The
special   artist    and    photOgTS   bsri    of
the Graphic win fornisfa a complete
pictorial record  of   tbe   celebrations,  $$•*&£%&•%,ioe
and there can be   no  driuht   Unit,   the    MOpagea, luustntsd,leoenta
Cold  Rimi*. lodge, K. of   P.,
No. 18, Revelstoke, s C.
except Third Wednesday ol
taeluBAnih, in   in.. Oddfellows'
lu     .s r-i.... k     visiting
KniKii*.... oordlally  ntitsd.
,  '
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C. B. HUME & Co., Revelstoke,B.C.
Hastings, Doyle & Allum
====== AGENTS=
JEWELLERS       i      AND      i        OPTICIANS
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are combined in our new designs in carpets. Onr stock is
cemplete, and tbe colors rich
and effective, the designs artistic, and the " tout ensemble "
is striking and beautiful. We
have never shown such a wide
variety of patterns, and we
have never placed such low
prices upon so uiucb high
quality before.
it howsox <%* co.r.
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READ OKFICK '.   Caloahy,   Aliikhta,
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchant*
Pork Packers and Dealers in Live Stock. Markets in all the prlnci
pal Uitii-s and Towns ol Alberta, British Columbia, and lhe Yukon.
Puckers of the Celebrated Brand " Imperii.'a'" Hams and Bacon,
and " Shamrock" Brand Leaf Lit I'd,
Import direct from Country of origin.
RIE-VEII^TOKE!'  _=». O.
For Ajfriculturtil Implemonti. (larriaKet), Watfonti Ktc , Julin
Douro I'l'iiiKh-t, Mi-I i nn Whkuiih, ChihmIu .'urriutfo ('(mijutny's
HuKKiftH, IMtmetJr, (.union Howlers aud Cultivator*, Whael-
wrffht tod HlaokHinith Work atteuded to. Home Shoalug a
" Don't   do
.lluitratlone in onr ootitemporary will   [n^SiIS!
y aid ut
"flashlights on Human Nature"
ri,*ui; wi'l MTdntsttl
.or, bat don't Ilk- t/j
but t_Mn',r<yUf,fl
only V> any adult, for pOBta^S,
Central Hotel
_r______ REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Newly built,      Ki rut-class in every respect,    AH modern convenience.
Large Sample- Rooms.
Rates SI.60 per Day. Spec) I Weekly Rates.
Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under same management
form a valuable historical rsoord ol a
noteworthy event in British history,
(nat Jtth llrssl, SIW .OKK
who ca     eat,   MsDnlnSj's   SSndisi
without having some little feeling of gratitude for thn donor.
Of OOUrSS you've got. to light your
own love buttles, young man, but
our confections you'll lind to lio
a atrong n|ly in your wooing.
Manning's (inly Pilau
suiuiiily furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars,    Rates $1 a day,    Monthly rate.
J.   ALBERT     ST03STE1      PEOP.
Queens Jfotel
Best hrand.s oi Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Travellers to
Fish Creek will find excellent accommodation at this
CHIEF   YOUNG, • - Proprietor
Manufactured for all classes of buildinics
for sale in large or small quantities
at the lowest prices for cosh .
buildlDR and plasteriug
under talc on.
To Trappers
Raw Furs Bought
Uash Prices Paid
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Purs.
Exp ress
D raying
Storaf e
All Kinds of Light and H tavy
Hauling Undertaken
Dealer in Wood, Coal and Feed.
Phone 71. House Phone 7
Pacific Coast Tested
Seeds, Acclimatized
Stock, Fruit and
Ornamental Trees
and Plants
For the Farm, Garden,  Lawn
or Conservatory
Reliable Varieties at reasonable prices
No Borers. No Scale, No fumigation
to damage stuck. No windy agents to
annoy you. Buy direct and get trees
and seeds that grow.
Fertilisers, Bee Supplies, Spray Pumps
Spiayiii Material, Cut Flowers, etc.
Olde i o-.lli: -bed nursery on the
mai  l..i, i   .    . _     Catalogue free.
Ore -and Seed Houses
VANCOUVi.,.',      .     -      -     B.C.
Canadian Pacific
Atlantic Steamship
Sat.   "   S3 Lk. Manitoba
Fri.   ••   20 Emp. Ireland
Sat. June 6 Lk.Chain plain Wed. 20
Fri.   "   12 Emp. Britain Fri. •' 2D
Winter Season From St. John
1st. Class 2nd. Class 3rd. Class
$90 00   $48 75 $38 75
IS!. Class 2nd. Class 3rd, Class
$80 00       $42 go $27 50
Otiikr Lake Boats—
2nd. Class 3rd. Class
$45 00 $27 50
Cheap rates to Atlantic Seaboard
points in connection with steamship tickets.
Passengers booked to Norway,
Sweden, Antwerp, Hamburg and
all other ('online till ports.
For further information apply to
T.W. Brad-haw,    E. J. Coyle,
Revised   Statutes  of  Oanada,
1906, Chupter IIS
Pursuant to the above Statute the
Columbia River Lumber Company,
Limited; g(ve notice thai tbey have
applied by petition to the Uovcrnoi-iti-
I 'iiimcil for approval of the site and
plans lor certain booms proposed to be
I'linstiticled in the Columbia Hiver
near Golden in the Province of Uritish
Columbia, a plan uml description of
thu proposed situ and uf lhu booms to
be constructed have been depusited
with the Minister of Public Works at
Ottawa, and a duplicate thereof in the
Land Registry ullice a I Nels  B.C.
Dated this SUth day of April, KK18.
Col.t'MttiA   Rivkk  LUMBER Co., l/rii.
Per J. I). Mi C( ut.M ai K,
my 2-30 d Managing Director.
Certificate of Improvements
Msyinlr Musk, Mlns a., Iron Mast, anil Lena
Krsi'tlsin  mlnural claims,  slluato In tha
Nrinil 'skc Mlnlun 111vlsliin ul West KisiUis-
uay lllstrlot.
Where [nested:   In Uoat Oreek  llaslu. ailluln-
log the Beatrice (Iroup.
Take nolice that 1, ll. Smith, r'.M.c. No.
HHH712, assent lor J. II. Maoken>te,r.H.O. No. II
81177a and  Archer Martin,   r.M.O. No. B17I6.,
Intend, slity davs Irum date hcrool, to apply
to tho M i nl iih  Recorder  lor s Cortlllcate ol
Improvements, lor tbo purpohc ol obtaining a
Crown Kraut ul tho above claims.
Ami further take nolice tbat action, tinder
"isi'ilun 87, must be commenoed before the
Issuance olsuch .ertiHca.o ol Improvements.
Dated this loth dav ol April, A.U. Hon.
sal ap 18 mul
tt. SMITH.
rpHK attention ol the Lands and Wnrke Do-
I partmenl havlng-heon ttlrocled to the fact
thai tiswii lots In a towusite named Prince Hu
pert being a subdivision of Lot 642, Range I,
I'osst District, situated un the mninlnno between the month of the Skeena River and Knlen
Inland, are being offered for sale. It has heen
deemed neoMsars to warn the publio that tha
said townsittiate. at the terminus of Ihe Oraud
Trunk Pacific Hailwar, and Is not the townsite
I"HKM,"Swl,fl 'olni7. b» th' Hcernmont of
British Columbia and tha Grand Trunk Paolflo
Bailway Company.
t  J   FULTON,
Chlaf Commissioner of Lands and Works,
Lands and Works Dapartment,       w my H Im THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE B- C.
Just write
on a postcard, "Send
Booklet A,"
and mall
to nearest
branch. Tbe
rest we'll
gladly attend te.
One Cent
Brings It
—Just how correct principles _»y it
should be constructed ?
—Just why no other plan of cosv
itruc! ion will do ?
—Just wherein lies its ability to be easy
on fuel, quick in action, simple in
The story is briefly told in a little booklet
called " Furnace Facts." It's not an adver*
tisement. No furnace name is mentioned,
and you can read the whole story in 5 minutes.
To the party contemplating purchasing a furnace it points out the
snags and pitfalls, and shows exactly what to demand of an architect, contractor or dealer, in furnace construction and installation.
BOURNE BROS., Local Agents
8T. JOHN, N.B.
Our Spring Suits
When thefinishing touches
of our tailors are put on these
garments, they are worthy of
the Fit-Reform reputation
and your careful consideration.
We aim to make them the
best Suits at the price in
Canada. The fact that we
sell more and more of them
every season, is the best
evidence of o_r ability to
combine style and value with
moderate price.
Revelstoke, B. C.
Incorporated by Aet ct Parliament, 1855.
Wm. Molbon Macphehson, Pres. 8. H. Ew_No,;Vice-Pres,
Jamks Elliot, Oeneral Manager.
Capital paid up, $3,372,500
Reserve, $3,372,500
Sixty-four   branches  in   Canada  and   Agencies   in   all  parts of the
Interest credited four times a year at current rates on .Savings
Bank deposits, until further notice.	
W. H. PRATT, Manager,
Revelstoke, B. C.
Certificate of Improvements.
Vivian Luck No. 1, Vivian Luck No. 2,
Vivian Luck No. 8, Vivian Luck
No. 4, Vivian Luck No.  S, Vivian
Luck No. 0 and Silver Crown mineral claims, situated iu the Lartleuu
Mining Division of West Kootenay
Where    local_d:-At   Heiul of   Kidd
Creek, a tributary of Boyd Creek.
TAKE NOTICE that   I,   O.  B.  N.
Wilkie, lulling   as  agent   for   Hector
Poirier,   F.M.C.   B7486,  and   George
Johnson, F.M.C. 1195051, intend, sixty-
days from date hereof, to apply to the
Mining  Recorder  for a Certificate of
Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  liriint   nf the above
And further take notice I hat action,
under section 37, must be commenced
before the issuance of such Certificate
uf Improvements.
Hated this Until dav of May, A. I).
0, B, N. WILKIE, B.C.L.S.
VV my'27 Trout Lake, B. 0.
Certificate  of Improvements
Hik Hope FraotloD Mineral claim flo. 2.
su until In the Trout Luke Mlniug DlrUtoti of
thu Kuntoiiiiy District, liunatml ou Poplar
TAKE NOTICE that I, 0. J. A. N. Padler.
Froe Minor's Certificate No. B 8H.11H, intend M
flitys from thedate hereof to apply to the Minim. Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements
for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of
tho abovo olaim. And farthor take notloe that
net ion under Bectiou 81 must be commenced
hoforo the Issuance of suoh Oertilloato uf
Dated this 4th day of April, hunt,
Tenders tiro requested lor the clearing, levelling and plowing 70 aores ol
land, one and a hail miles from Kevelstoke.
Tenders to lie io by June 16th, IIHIH.
The lowest or any tenders not necessarily accepted.
Tenders lo he addressed to
C, It, M_.QpQ_.ALD,
w my V) Kevelstoke, 11.0.
Noxious Weeds
Property ownim are hereby notified
to have all noxious weeds, particularly
dandelions, cur down before seeding,
so is to prevoiH spreading.
By order ol the Publio Works Committee.
May 23, 1908.       3t        Chairman.
Uitlscape Gardener
Florist and
Work done by the day or week.
Contracts Undertaken,
Address I
Take notice thai we, Messrs. Ugilvie
and McKitriek, of Nakusp, intend
applying to the Superintendent of
Provinolal Police at the expiration of
one month front dale hereof, for 8
renewal of our hotel license for the
premises known as the Inland Hotel
at Nakusp, for the half year from July
1st., 11*1., lo Dec. Blstj 1008.
Dated April 80th, lUR.
sat iny 2 3Id.   O. i_vi_ A M cKiISI0K
Revelstoke to Canoe River in
14 Hours—Board of Trade
Take Decisive Action Last
Thursday Night.
A special meeting of the Board of i
Trade waB held on Thursday night to
further discuss the question oi the
opening up of the Canoe River route
to facilitate the transportation of
supplies for the contractors of the construction.
President F. B. Lewis was in the
Correspondence waB read from Premier McBride who stated tbat he
could not visit Revelstoke on this trip
because present engagements would
not permit him, but promised to meet
the Board at a late date next month
and discuss any question that the
Board might lay before him.
T. Taylor, M.P.P, stated tbat he
had been down to. Nelson oo Saturday
last and discussed the matter with the
premier, who suid that he had wired
to the Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works asking him lo come lo
visit Revelstoke and if he could not
make the trip, arrange that the chief
engineer should come. He said that
the premier would probably be through
here on June 14th, when he would
stop off and meet the Board. Mr.
Taylor said that he had explained the
details regarding the Canoe River
route to the 6. T. P. .to the piemier,
who informed him whatever route wns
chosen the government would sssi-t,
but, of course, any definite sum of
money could not now be ostimated.
A wire from Mr Fulton to the
Board was read which stated that he
could not come thiss week and meet
the Board
G. S. McCarter said that something
Bhould be done, aud if we could not
get a minister here, then lets get an
engineer, and give bim all the information possible. The Ashcrott route
was now being used, but the route
from Revelstoke was easier and shorter.
T. Taylor said that if the chief
commissioner could not come, Mr.
Gamble might, and report to tbe
A. McRae said that there were
many inducements to contractors to
use this route and he urged tbat the
government be made to commit tbem
selves to a promise to help in the
M. Taylor affirmed tbat they had
practically give that promise.
B.R.Atkins eaid that the Board
should have an expert opinion on tbe
route and a report from Mr. Gamble
to lay before tbe premier on his visit
here which could prove tbe feasibility
ol the Canoe River route over all
A. McRae said that the Vancouver
Board of Trade should be asked to
help aud that tbis matter should be
presented to them as provincially being of direct interest to al) wholesale
firms from which tbe supplies would be
bought and thus keep the trade in the
province. Vancouver should assist
the local Board and it would be greatly
to their advantage to do so.
The president suggested tbat a delegate be sent to Vancouver from here
and convince tbe Vancouver business
men that this route would be tbe best
for them.
It was then moved by T. Taylor and
seconded by J. McLennan tbat Messrs.
McRae and McCarter lie sent to Vancouver to meet the Board of Trade,
merchants and wholesale men and get
them inter Bled, and convince tbem
that by supporting the Kevelstoke
Board in urging for the opening up of
the Canoe River route for transportation of supplies to the G.T.P., they
would be beiipfilling themselves. The
motion carried uoaiiimuuely.
lt was moved by McCarter,seconded
by Sine tbat ihe secretary wire the
premier tbat as Mr. Fulton could uot
come here thut Mr.''. iiihlc bo sent up
to Keveleloke at ui "•     Carried.
McCarter said tli . if ihe business
was there, there shoull be no trouble
about transportation.
It was then moved by Atkins,
and seconded by Gordon that tbe
preside at form a standing committee
to meet tbeG. T. P. contractors when
they come in on behalf of the lloaid
and discuss the qui .ition.    Carried.
A. Joliin- ni • aggested that publicity
regarding ibe Cauoe Hiver route and
all details n. iting to it should be
made snd widely circulated in all
the leading journals and it was moved
by McRae and seconded by McLennan
that Messrs, Haggen, Johnson, Atkins, and 11 Cunniugliam Morris form
a press committee to carry out this
suggestion     Carried.
A letter confirming the telegram
aeut by tho Bosrd to Premier McBride asking bim to meet tbe Board
hereon June Utli wa.i dispatched.
The meeting then terminated,
Just received—s shipment til Ladies'
and Misses' Ureas Bkirli, no two alike,
—Miss A. Masleu.
Editor Maii.-IIkuaui.
In your editorial of May 23rd, under
the heading "Has Never Told Ug,"
occurs the sentence : "Socialism haB
never yet told us distinctly, if it has
tried to tell us at all, what its form of
government is to be." To this we
plead guilty, aud for a very good reason : The abolition of capitalism predicates the abolition of government.
Government implies that there is
someone to be governed, implies in
other words the existence of rulers and
ruled. When all people are free the
necessity for government ceases.
Let me make my meaning a little
more clear. For thousands of years
there have existed in society two
classes: a ruling class and a ruled
class. In the earlier stages of social
evolution these were known as masters
and slaves, later feudal lords and serfsi
today as capitalists and workers.
The slaves of old produced by their
toil, wealth, which immediately became the property of their masters,
those who owned not only the slaves
but the natural resources Out of
this wealth the slave receivi d hi. keep,
it being necessary to keep bim alive in
order that he might continue toiling
and producing wealth. The government of the time was the legislative
instrument of the slave masters and
through it they drew up laws for the
government of their slaves. The form
of these governments mattered nothing. Republics, monarchies or empires, autocracies, oligarchies or hierarchies, they were all and every one
the instrument of the master class.
That any of them should even pretend
to legislate in the interests of the
slave class would bave been regarded
as au absurdity.
Eventually, chat.el slavery rau its
course. Wealth concent rated into
fewer and fewer hands. Slaves became
more and more numerous. The volume of wealth they produced over and
above their keep became so enormous
that the most wanton waste, tbe most
profligate luxury could not consume
it. It became no longer profitable to
employ slaves, no longer necessary to
feed tbem enough to keep them in
proper condition. Imperial Egypt
sought to solve the problem by diverting the labor of a whole generation to
the building of useless pyramids. Republican Sparta by hunting down its
surplus slaves with bow and spear.
Seemingly cruel in tbiB but indeed
more kind than to follow the present
method of turning them into the
streets to die of slow starvation. But
everywhere tbeir efforts were in vain.
Society, unable longer to feed and
shelter the majority nf its useful portion, perished as all slaves societies
I*pon its ruins arose tbe feudal
society of the middle ages. The master no longer owned the slave, he
owned the land to which the serf was
a mere attachment. Tbe serf toiled
on the land to produce wealth for his
lord, in consideration of which he wae
permitted to raise produce for himself
sufficient for his own modest needs.
He resembled the chattel slave in the
fact that all the product of his toil
over and above his keep belonged to
his master. The government was in
the hands of the nobility and its purpose was to rule the serfs and keep
them in subjection.
Like chattel slavery, feudalism attained ils zenith ani became decadent.
As its decadence advanced, the handicraftsmen and merchants became more
numerous and more powerful. Feu
dalism witb its outworn restrictions
burred the path of progress and waa
eventually overthrown. The landlord
wbb crowded off the stage by the manufacturer, und capitalism was horn.
The scene of productive activity was
transferred from the lain! to the factory. The factory called Ior an unrestricted supply of free labor and so the
serf was freed. Freed to flock into tho
centres of industry to compete with
one another (or the privilege of selling
their power to labor, tbere physical
energy from day to day. Unlike the
chattel slave, who was sold bodily, the
worker of today sells himself piecemeal und receives us a price wages
sufficient in the average to provido his
necessities from day to day. The
necessary condition of the sale being
that be produce more wealth than the
equivalent of bis wages, i.e. his koep.
The workers arc thus placed on the
same level as the chattel slaves. The
product of the labor over und above
their cost of subsistence belongs to
their musters, the capitalist class. As
of old wo have the two classes: the
master class owning ibe resources ul
the earth und the tools of production,
and the working class who produce
the wealth of tho world, It follows
that the interests of these two classes
ure diametrically opposed, Government being in the liaiuls of the capitalists naturally it legislates in the
interests of that class. It would be
foolish to legislate in favor ol the
Working class and no against their
own interests.
Tbo aim ol the Socialists is to arouse
the working olass to take possession ol
the government to the end that the
natural resources and the machinery
of production may be made the property of the people as a whole. Then
whatever the people produce belongs
to the people. No man is any longer
compelled to surrender the product of
his toil to another. Classes thus
cease to exist and class iule becomes
an anomaly. Goverumeut dieB out as
there is no longer u claBB to govern
aod a class to be governed. An ad
ministration of industry takes its
place. This administration already
largely exists and is in the hands of
workers to a very large extent. Thus
if the owners of the C.P.R. were to all
die tomorrow it would not affect the
running of one train.
You ask us to formulate tbe detaiU
of tbis administration. Butnot being
prophets were we to attempt to say
how the people will carry on this administration in tbe future, we would
be as foolish as would have been anyone who, at the decadence of feudalism, had attempted to lay down a
detailed plan of the present system.
This much we know: Just us feudalism succeeded chattel slavery, as
capitalism replaced feudalism, so must
capitalism be replaced by socialism,
which is its offspring.
The trouble with the opponents of
socialism is that they never take the
trouble to study what it is. The one
exception tbat has come within tbe
writer's knowledge being Professor
Scbaeflie, Austrian cabinet minister,
to whose "Quintessence of Socialism'
I would refer you. In this our proposition hae been so nearly correctly
stated and so weakly refuted that it
was used by the German Socialists for
propaganda purposes during the eleven
years when tbe publishing of socialist
literature wns prohibited.
1). G. McKenzie,
Dominion Secretary,
S.sciuliet Party of Canada.
Editor Mail.Hbhalu.
Revelstoke, B. C, May 30, 1908.
I bave just learned that my opposition in the piano-tuning business bas
been circulating reports calculated to
injure me in the opinion of my customers, to the effect tbat 1 do not
properly understand my business. I
wish to say through your valuable
paper, tbat I learned tbe business of
piano and organ tuning in tbe factory
where they are made, and not as another whom I could name, in a correspondence school or a self-taught
system. Unless I had learned my
business from tbe ground up, 1 should
not go before tbe people of tbis city,
and to anyone who may have heeded
these slanderous reports, I am willing
at any time to produce recommendations from the highest musical authority. I have tuned insruments for
some ol tbe best musicians of Europe
that have visited Canada, which few
can Bay, and I hope in the interests of
fair play you will give this note publicity.   Yours truly,
EGGA foi Hitching from a splendid
strain of ivinler laying Rhode
Island Rids, 91,60 for ...-Mrs. Drew,
Reliable Poultry Yards, Cam home,
B.C. up 22-1 um
FOR SALE—A first -clues team of
work burses. Apply to the Revelstoke
Sawmill Co.
FOR SALE—Eggs   for   Hatching—
Tbo:oughbred, silver laced .Vyan
doti, best winter layers.    Price $1,60
for 15 eggs.    Address Box 237.
17TOR QUICK SALK-Cheup cash
* register, wile and store fixtures.
Splendid condition, Apply Hox 1114.
i (1ST-At   lhe   Roller  Kink   il few
J   nights ago a $10 gold piece.     The
Under will  receive  $'_' mi returning
same to owner through Maii.-Hkuai.ii.
Nursing-Mi_, aii.u c. Lee! nt
Fourth Hiteet, Is prepared to go
oui nursing,
1)KI VATIC   HOME    lor   iniileriiitv
\.    eases, Second Street Wesi, or I'.
0, Box 211 -Mrs, A. E. Bennison,
TO KENT—Part of it  now  modern
house.    Apply Maii.-Hihai.ii ollice.
WANTED--lawyer for litculiir
saw. Apply by letter to Lee
Lumber Company, Lid., Wigwam,
B, 0,
WANTED KNOWN   Items, Inter-
est, loans and trade accounts
collected by tbe Columbia Agencies,
Limited, llevelstoko,
WANTED—A competent girl  for
general'   house    work,     (loud
wages, no children.    Wages $20,110 per
month,—Apply this oiilce,
gage for $1,000 carrying io per
tent interest.   Ample margin.   Apply
Columbia Agencies, Limited,
W~ ANTED- F6it~CUEOT--l louse
ul rental of aboul $12 per month
Apply to Columbia Agencies, Limited,
$2,1 Kill on I'leebnlil security, II
per cent Interest, Apply to Columbia
Agencies, Limited,
WANTED TO LET—House of six
looms, $15 per month, and Hut
of four rooms, $10 per month,   Apply
to Columbia Agencies, Limited.
The Steamer leaves Five Mile
Landing (during stuge of high
water) at (j a.m. on Tuesday and
Friday, for Downie Creek and way
points, returning same day.
Freight must be ready for delivery to teams of Reveletoke
Cartage Co., Ltd., on Mondays and
Thursdays at 1 p.m., and must be
The Cartage Company's Stage
leaves for the Boat Landing at 5:30
p.m. on Monday and Thursday and
connects with tbe steamer on arrival
back in the evening, and makes
special trips, when required,'on
Tuesday and Friday mornings,
leaving town at 4 a.m.
Comfortable berths and good
meals on Steamer. Telephone connection between steamer and local
exchange—No. B139. Dates of
sailings may be changed without
Take notice lhat I, Dave Orr, of
Oambome, B, C, intend applying lo
the (Superintendent of Provincial Police, at the expiration of one month
from date hereof, for a renewal of my
hotel licence, for tbe premises known
us   the   Camborne   I Intel, Camborne,
b. a
Dated May fith, 1008.
iv my 13 80d Dave Okb.
Take notice that 1, William Lovatt,
of Burton, intend applying to the
Superintendent of Provincial Police,
at the expiration of one month from
date herof, for a renewal of my hotel
licence for tho premises known as the
Kootenay Hotel at Burton.
Dated May 1st, 1008.
h my 0 30d Wm. Lovatt.
Take notice that we intend to apply-
to the Superintendent of Provincial
Police fora renewal of the retail liquor
licence for the Lakeview Hotel at
Arrowhead, B. C, for the half year
iroui 1st July, 1008 to 31st Dec. 1008.
Dated this 8th day of May, 1008.
sat my 0 30d     PLUMTON & CHAPMAN.
That notice that I intend to apply to
tue Superintendent of Provincial Police for a renewal of the retail liquor
licence for the Eva Hotel at Camborne,
B. C, for the half yen- from 1st July
to 31sl Dec. 1008.
Dated this 8th day of May, 1008.
aat 0 my 30d J .UN A. THEW.
Notice is hereby given that 1 intend
to apply to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for a renewal of the Retail Liquor Licence for the Lardeau
Hotel at Comaplix, B.C., for the half-
year from July 1st, 1008, to Dec. 31st.
w in 0 30d Rushkl M, Evans.
Take notice that 1 intend to make
application to the Superintendent of
Provincial Police for a renewal of the
retail liquor license for the St. Leon
Hotel at St. Leon, B. C, for the half-
year from July 1st, 1008, to Dec. 31st,
w my 6804 M. Grady.
Notice iB hereby given that 1 Intend
to apply to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for a renewal of retail
liquor license for the Union Hotel at
Arrowhead. B.C., for six months from
July 1st, 1008, lo December 31st, 10US.
Dated this 4th day of May, 10118.
winy timid VV. J. Likhthl'hnk.
WANTKD-Fourth ClassCertiHealed
Stationary engineer  for  Steam
Laundry.   Apply J. C. Hutchison.
Take notice that I intend to make
application to ibe Superintendent of
Provincial police for a renewal of the
retail liquor licence for lhe Balmoral
Hotel, Ferguson, B. C, I'm- (be half
year from July 1st., 1908. tu Dec. 31st,
John Staotjbr
Take nolice   that I intend  to   make
application to the Superintendent   of
Provincial Police fnr a renewal of  the
retail liquor license for the Oity Hotel
at Arrowhead, B.C. for the half year
from July 1st, lotw, to Dec. 31st, 1808.
VV lip 20 J.  t'AIXY.
Nolice is hereby given Hull I intend
to apply io the Superintendent  of
Provincial Police foi permission lo
transfer to Messrs, Chapman and
I'lilinploii, of Arrowhead, II. I'., the
retail liquor license held by iue in
respect of lhe premises at Arrowhead,
known as the Lakeview Hnlel,
Daled Ibis 1st, day of May, 1WW.
sat my 2 :HJd. I). Camkhon.
Notice is hereby given lhat we Intend in apply to i be Superintendent of
Provincial Police fnr a renewal of the
retail liquor licence now held iu respect of the Lakeview lintel ut Arrnw-
lli'inl, which license bus been transferred In iin hy D. Cameron, the
bolder I hereof.
Daled this 1st. day nf Mav. lOOH.
aatmySBOd   Chapman & plumptok.
Kevelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenuy.
Take notice that 1, M. K. LftWSOO of
ituvelstoke, occupation house-keeper,
intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:
Commenolng at a posl planted on
lhe line of Lot No. 7,'iKl. and marked
"M. K, LAWSOn's N. E. eurner post,"
Ihence south along said line 40 chains,
thenco west 40 chains, thence north SW
chains, thence east 20 cliains, ihence
north 20 chaina tn P. Mabel's pre-emption, thence easl 20 chains to point of
.iIi.nmk K. Lawson.
1 Dated April 0th, 1008. w ap 29
Liquor Licence Act, 1900
Notice is hereby given that at tbe
expiration of one month from date tbe
undersigned will apply to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for a
transfer to tbe " Canyon House " at
Albert Canyon, B. C, of tbe hotel
liquor licence now held by me in
respect of the " Windsor Hotel " at
lllecillewaet, B. C.
Dated tbis 22nd day of April, 1908.
C. D. Mobbis.
Take notice that' I intend to make
application to the Superintendent of
Provincial Police for a renewal of the
retail liquet- license for the Halcyon
Hot Springs Hotel, at Halcyon, B. C,
for the half year from July 1st, 1908,
to Dec. 31st, 1908.
wap29 Harry McIntobh.
Take notice that 1, F. T. Abey, of
Camborne, B. 0., intend applyingto
the Superintendent of Provincial Police, at the expiration of one month
from date hereof, for a renewal of my
hotel licence for the premises known
as the Criterion Hotel at Camborne,
Dated May Oih, 10U8.
w my 13 30d F. T. Abey.
Take notice that I intend to make
application to the Superintendent of
Provincial Police for a renewal of the
retail liquor license for the Hotel Beaton, Beaton, B.C., for the half year
from July Ut, 1008, to Dec. 31st, 11X18.
w ap 50 Wm. Boyd.
Notice is hereby given that I intend
to apply to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for a renewal of the Retail Liquor Licence for the Hotel
Queens at Comaplix, B. C, for the
half year from Julv 1st, 1908, to Dec.
31st, 1008.
sat my 2 30d J. H. Yocno.
Take notice that I. Cory Menhenick,
of Camborne, B. C, intend applying
to the Superintendent of Provincial
Police, at the expiration of one month
from date hereof for a renewal of my
hotel licence for the premises known
as the .Kr-ception Hotel at Camborne,
Dated May 14th, 1908.
sat ni 10 30d Cory Menhenick.
Take notice that 1, Cory Menhenick,
of Camborne, B. C, intend applying
to the Superintendent of Provincial
Police, at the expiration of one month
from date hereof, for a renewal of my
hotel licence for tbe premise* known
as the Coronation Hotel, at Camborne,
Dated May 14th, 1906.
sat iu It) 30d Cory Menhenick.
Take nolice that I intend to make
application to the superintendent of
Provincial Police for a renewal _f the
retail liquor licence for tbe Windsor
Hotel, al lllecillewaet, B. C, for six
months from July 1st, 1908 to December 31st, 1908.
Dated this 12th day of May, 1906.
w my 20 30d
Take notice tbat 1 intend to make
application tu the superintendent of
l'im incial Police for a renewal of the
retail liquor licence for the Glacier
House Hotel, at Glacier, B.C., for the
Canadian 1'aciHc Railway Company,
fur six months from Julv 1st, 1008 to
Dec. 31st, 1008.
Dated this 12th day of May, 1908.
W my 13 30d G. 8. Flindt.
l'n John honest, ur Us whomsoever he
may have transferred his interests;
Take notice that 1, the undersigned,
co-owner with you in the following
mineral claim, viz.: Gold Fiy mineral
claim, situated un Lexington Mountain, Ijiideau Mining Division of West
Kootenay District, of the Province of
British Columbia, have done the required work on the above mentioned
mineral claim for Hie year ending 1907,
in order to hold the same under Section 24 of the Mineral Act.
And further take notice thut if within 9U days from tbe lirst publication ot
this notice, you fail or refuse lo coo-
tribute your pm linn of such expenditure, together with the cost of this
advertisement, your interest in the
said mineral claim will become the
properly of the undersigned, tinder
Section i'i II uf the Mineral Act.
Duted ul ( aiuliui ne, B. 0., this 14th
day of May ll...
sal my id uud J. A. Lewis,
Ftuav, m U'lMACIinKir.
JI N ACCORDANCE villi Chapter 11, B S B.C..
I I*',, "Kernass Aot," tba Qoverumeot of
Iritish < '...uini.in ii,.in- applications for a
<-tntsi,-s tui s lurry tn ply ar-ross tha Columbia
ltivar at rlpillimacbine.
Apiiiii'Htiuus will lis, received t.y the Him tha
i I.i.sr fiimmlssiouor up Ui aud Including tha
•sni. .tn> of Mas, 1SUS.
Ths Inn n ■ nt the ferry shall extend for a distance of twu miles above aud two miles below
The charter will oover a period espiring od
ilmiss.il June, mill.
The ferry shall be operated whenever required liiitweeti 7 a.m. and 7 p.m., every day except.
iua Sundays,
Applications shall give a description of the
sscow or boat it is proposed to n-n
Applications shall .-Isle the tolls it Is proposed ui ask for"
Each st.lull passenger.
Each child unit iu arms) under 13 years.
Knob head of cattle, horse, mule or donkey.
Each oalf. sheep, iroat or swine.
Kach vehicle with one bone aod driver,
Kach cart or waggon with one horse and
driver, loaded.
Each vehicle with two horses and driver.
Kscb vehicle with two horses and driver,
Kach on reel of 2, lbs, aud uuder.
Freight per 100 lbs  aud  under, perishable
Freight, per HU Iba. and under, perishable
The Upvernment of British Columbia Is not
necessarily   bound   to  arcept any application
I'ublic Works Engineer.
Lands and Works Department,
Victoria, U.G., April-Jsh, ISO*,      w td TT E MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Special Inducements for Gash
The Best Bargains fall to the
lot of those who come early.
II          Ifl         "  1            1    Linen    Blouse
Hand Embroidered www
$4.50 now .2.75; $7.50 now $1 (K)
II      I          Ol *    ■       Made from Oolton Silki-
Under Skirts z%&°?j$!mwno°B-
Millinery Department jjSsSs
is now complete with new goods coining to hand by
express, and keeping up-to-date with the newest styles
r» ■ I in ported direct, from one nf the
rQPflQnlQ largest European makers. The
1 Ul aouio ave p,.etty and different from
what is generally shown,
Ladies Rain Coats &j?^.
and $10.00.    An exceptional bargain for the money.
Misses' Rain Coats j™#?*
years nf age.    Now $3,50
Dress Good Bargains i,|v5
good bargains, remember these prices.—$1,60Tweeds
now $1.00;    SI.IXI Voils, now 75c;      7.'i   cenl    Dress
Goods now 65c.;    60 cent Fancy Fabrics now 30c
r,        ,         O     Ol               Ladies' Oxfords,
Boots & Shoes gs* & ss
Calf, Hals and Bluchers, $1.50 now $3.00
Semi-Ready Dress Patterns
These  come   with  skirls   already   made and
enough material for Blouse with Lace and Insertion.
$7,611  Patterns   now  $8.76;   SlO.tKl    Patterns   now
.4.76; s]2.(K) to .In.On Patterns now $7.50.
Take full advantage of these
Special Prices throughout our
stock. Prices for thrifty buyers
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Spraying ]
Fruit Trees       j
You can get all the *■
Chemicals for any re- T
ceip: here. We have them +
ready and can advise you ■!
the best tu use. I
Kevelstoke, B. C.
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Weather Forecast
Saturday, May 30—Cloudy, unsettled, with prohable rain; squally, temperature, max 08 : ; nun. 45 s.
Local and General.
H. Floyd has resigned his position
of city ast-ssor and C. M. Field has
been appointed in hie stead.
Tlie Grand Lodge A. F. A A. M. wi
meet in Victoria on June 18tb,  continuing in session for about a week.
The Queen's Hotel new electric sign
is of local manufacture, tbe work
bing carried out by J, K. Thornton.
The annual meeting of tlio Directors
if the Y.M C.A. has been postponed
from Thursday last till Thursday,
June -llh.
H. A. Brown, of Sloamous, Qrand
Chancellor c' tbe B. C. Knights of
Pythias, paid au unofficial v'sit to the
local lud&e on Wednesday night.
tj Kin.-'''., editor of tbe Western
Cla-ion, Vancouver, is on hie way east
tn use part in the Ontario elections
on is. half of the Sooiulist candidate.
W . .' Curtis, piuoo tuner, viil be in
'the ci y « fen 0 y-. Ordei left witb
Lt-ai* Bros, ur at R. Howson's furni-
t ne slui. will receive prompt attention.
Tn* pay i f 'he city fireman has beeu
raiss.d irum 76 cents pet hour to $2
per bjur. while actually lire lighting.
False aiaruis and practices to remain
he before.
The ]i.cal orchards have been a Hue
sight tins week, the trees being covered with masses of bloisoms that
aiigur well for a bumper fruit crop
ttiis year.
Jack F.-oder brought Lack a fine bear
■kin, tbe trophy ol a hunting trip
round the Tumwater en  Wednesday.
He also wounded another but wan
unable tu fi Hot* it up.
E, C. Fromey is building a fine new
biuderi. cement block bouse in the
lirst ward and is also uiakidg some
extensive additions and alterations tn
the residence ol R. Thompson OO 411>
Tbe whole tlcet on the Arrow Lakes
have bad tbeir funnels painted cream
anil nlack, Wbioh ia the standard color
ul the company's ocean guing vessels,
thus making the whole craft   uniform
sod th» Innovation! is a deolded improvement.
The grand jury at Cliiitun, found a
true bill against F.   VV,   Trumpet    fnr
the murder ol Coleman at Poucee
Coupe I'rairie, Pesos River, nn Nov.
25, 1007. The prisoner was arraigned
yesterday afternoon, The jury returning a verdict nf nut guilty.
1* I R E
is the motto at our store,
THAT is why your physician
has confidence in our prescriptions.
Your health and future welfare
ars too important to be trifled
Druggist &
Mail OrdST« re
eive prompt
should come from this bakery. That is if you want the
best Unit Hue flour and our
skilled baking can produce.
Suppose you have us send
you a loaf or so every morning for it while anyway. It
will be a change from home
baking, a rest for you and it
treat to the entire family.
What to Have for Dinner
is often a question of great
moment. Let us help you.
If you will call at our store
we may be able to suggest
lots of things you haven't
thought of. Everything we
keep is up to the highest
standard of excellence, and
contains more nourishment
to the square inch than three
times as much of a lower
J. 0, Vance, manager of the Cold
lllll Mini's mi French Oieek, sent up
a large hunch of ineu snd supplies un
I'uesduyV boat to lettin opei'atioUB lor
lhe season. Mr. Vance iius brought
his wile and family to the city for the
Messrs. A. .1. Smith and party from
Cleveland, relumed from the Big Bend
on Tuesday. Tiny went around the
Bend from Beaver on an inspection oi
i imi er limits. Tl ey expressed themselves as delighted with the timber
resources in the Bend.
It is expected that placer mining
operations on a huge scale will shortly
he commenced on the Smith Creek
Mining Company properties and on
Raymond Allen's Camp and property,
at an early date. Worn is now in full
swing on the French Creek and Mo-
Ciillough Creek properties.
On Tuesday .lust, Mr. Quigley, of
Arkansas, accompanied hy his wife
and Messrs. Sicurd and Gilbert of New
York, made lhe trip up river on the
steamer RevelBtok i as far as Priest
Uupids. as the guests of the navigation
company. Mr. Quigley i3 representing his lirm of railway contractors
who are acquiring information about
ilie Canoe Hiver route in nine ins of
taking in supplies and met: to build a
section ul the Grand Trunk Pacific.
They expressed themselves aB delight
ed with lhe trip and were surprised at
tlie unlimited timber resources ol the
district. Oilier members of the party
were ThoB Taylor M.P.P., Alex McRae, Jiimcs Leamy, crown timber
agent, D.J. McDonald, his assistant,
and G. S. McCarter. The trip from
Priest Rapids to the Five Mile Lauding wa< made iu two hours, or ut the
rate of about twenty five miles per
A very successful entertainment under the auspices of Knox Church
ladies was held lust night in the opera
house, before a good audience. The
College Life chorus by eight girls, an
artistic scene, opened the proceedings,
which was followed by piano duets by
Misses Leonard aud McKinney Solo
by Miss F. Lawson with covered keyboard. Glow Worm chorus and wand
.Irill by 20 girls. "Flirting," by Miss
M, Cuthels and chorus, the whole concluding with a laughable comedy,
"Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch,'
being cleverly performed. Mrs S urdy
is Mrs. Wiggs was excellent, uud Mr,
Sturdy as Mr. Bobs caused much merriment. Misss White us Miss Hazy,
Miss Uiquliart, Mrs. Rae and W. J.
W Brown all carried out their parts
creditably, us well as the children.
Much credit is due Mrs. Sturdy for ber
work. Cui dy, refreshments mid a
iis.li pond idded to the attractions of
the concert.
CATHOLIC. — Rev. Father Coccola
pastor. Services aie held on the First
and Third Sundays in every month
ut the following hours; 8 u.m. Com-
nuininn Mass; 10:30 u.m High It aBB
and Sermon; 2 p.m. Baptisms; 2:30
p.m. Sunday Sohool; 7:80p.m, Rosary,
Instruction and Benediction.
St Andrew's Presbyterian—Rev.
W.C. Calder, pastor. Sunday, May 31st.
Services 11 a.m , 7:30 p in., Sunday-
School and Pastor's Bible CIbbb, 2.30
p.m. Young People's meeting Monday 8 p ra. Prayer nueting Wednesday 8 p.m. Choir practice and teachers' meeting, Friday 8 p m.
Knox PRESBYTERIAN—J. R. Robertson, B. 1)., minister. Sunday services
ut 11 u m and 7:30 p in. Sunday
school at 2:30 p.m. The pastor will
preach at both se vices. Morning
subject, "Mary Magdalene." The induction of the elected elder will take
place at the morning service. Evening subject: 'Does it mutter what we
believe?" Good music. Choir anthems: "Our Father," "Bow Down
Thine Ear." Dr. Morriaon will sing:
'The Prince of Pence." Prayer meet
ing on Wednesday night and choir
practice on Friday night. Welcome
to ull and strangers  specially  invited.
Methodist—Rev.T \V. Hall, pastor.
Services on Sunday a* follows :—
At 11 a.m., morning s-ivice; 2 30. p.
m., Sundny school nnd Bible class,
7:30. p.m. evening service. Morning
subject., "The A-c n inn of Jems
Christ." Evening su j et, "Methodist
Conference N-tes." Prayer meeting
on Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock.
Baptist—Rev. W. P. Freemun, B.A.
pastor. Services at 11 a.m. and 7:30
p.m. Sunday school and Bible class at
2.30 p. m Morning subject, "Sweet
ening Bitter Waters," evening Btibject,
"God Glorified in Man." Young People's 'meeting Monday evening at8 p.
m. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 8 p. m. All are invited to these
Fl  !WE   HAVE
A( 1011 > I'.NT INSU It A N<' I-.
ST   S
Work bus been commenced on the!
new wagon mad Irom La-gun to I
lingers- l'a-s. and lur.e gin.'" of men j
are employed, The heaviest Dart of
the wurk is from Field to Gulden and ■
Donald to R"gers Puss. Tne contract '
has been let to Bert Low,
Tbe Empress nf Japan arrived on ,
Tuesday at Vancouver with nearly
I. Ot.O passengers!, 120 nf which are
Chinamen who will pay tlie head tax,
amounting to $60,000. Included in
the c.irg.' was a large quantity of silk '
valued at over $1,000,000.
A inquest wus held on Wednesday
night uy Coroner Cress on the body of i
J. 11. Abbott, C. P. R. tlreman, wbt
died on Tuesday, the result ol being
tun over by bis truin near Sicamous
the same day. The jury returned t
verdict uf accidental death attach 1 r
blame t" DO une.
0.   Denteebman,  stho returned  *■
tiie Cheops caves at Ross l'euk tin-
week, slates thut. in all probability «
trail will be cut nver ihe mountains ts.
the nnrtli ol  the  caves and   round to
Sogers' I'aas winch will enable the
members of the Alpine Olub to have
easy access to the caves anil ula i afford
a round trip fur tOUrlstl fiom   < Haciei
The Revelstoke bssebsll club will in
ull probability make a I uur nf the
Okanagan next month, nnd   will   play
at  Enderby,   Armstrong   and   towns
down the lake. A game has hern ar
ranged with the Vernmi club and will
he played nt Vernon "ii Wednesday
afternoon, June 17th.
At tlie  recent  Greenwood   assises
before Mr. Justice Clement, on Tues
day, Frank Ceddio, charged with miir l<
iler by blowing up tbe hotel nt, Niagara
Inst November, In whioh Louise King
Inst her life, wns found guilty snd
■entsneed to be hanged at Kamloops
nn July 31
Don't forget thn Band will furni-h
music at the ruber rink Monday night
Messrs. Bradshaw, Lottridge asid
Foster  returned   on   Tuesdays'   boat
ir eu a timber cruising trip up Downie
In '.unking nver the list of free
'nine-" certificates this morning, we
notice one tsken ont by Messrs.
Be '• A PsriK_« lor Ilia Majesty King
Edward the Beventh.
Tickets may Vie obtained for the
month of June for the mller skating
rmk.      Gentlemen's    tickets    $2..'iU.
ladies 12 00 and chiMrr-n .1 50.    Children*' tickets givsd for afti moon skating only.
The rems .-     1   the   late   Joseph
Henry   Abbott,    who    wns   killed    on
Tuesday near Bioamous, by falin.g
under a wnrk train, were interred at
Vancouver yesterday The funeral
'i- attended by Lodge i!6'! ul the
Brotherhood ol Locomotive Fir men
ami Engineers, ol which the diseased
w is a member.
-several residents' have is-en cm,,
plaining of the promiscuous   shouting
il dogs round tbs city in many Instances valuable ilngs have lieen found
by tbsir ownsn lufferlng from iroondi
eatlsed by gun "lints. This is a das-
tardly practice snd tbe perpetrators.
■.liiiiilii bs brought to book Tbs eiM-
tens would willingly lobseribe s large
reward which would lead to the con-
viol ion of ths offender.
The Edmonton Board ol   Trade   ar
I reparing a banner with tbe anna of
Alberts emblazoned m ll showing the
Edmonton capital whioh will be  pn
■ented to tbs  Kilties  Band on Jnne
20th, This banner will tie curried hy
tlie hand inull its paradrs during their
tour of the world. 18,000 inn been
guaranteed and subscribed at Edmonton fnr twu concerts.
Uv k nt our window and see what un elegant
display we have in Whltewear. Made of dainty
Sheer Lawn, ti Immed with embroideries or laces
of tbe prettiest designs, that will wash well.
Corset Covers,
Skirts, Drawers,
Night Dresses,
in all sizes
lleatililiil Sheer Mulls, Organdies and Lawns. Some have
dainty pin tucks, others with line lace insertions and elegantly
embroidered fronts, Some have sleeves, but mostly three-quarter
sleeves, all sizes from 32 to 42 and all prices from $1.00 up.
Nakusp lodge, No. 12, K, ol P., (the
bsly lodge; held its lirst rmeting Friday evening iii th( new   I <. nf P. hall
Several new members were proposed
»nd it in confidently felt, that the
membership will be huge and the
order on a sound basis at, nn early
date. The hall itself is 2.ri x 60, ol the
regulation type, cuutaiuing tlireis
ante-rooms, lofty, and splendidly furnished by tho Standard Furniture
Company, of NolBun. It is the intention to usn IhS hall for social and
other purposes and will bo a grcnt
acquisition to the town.
Dr Morrison bas returned from taking a post graduate soorte in porcelain,
gold and platinum inlays, nt, the   den
t.ni department "f Ohiosgo University
While there he studied under some ol
the famous specialist! nl that city.  He
foil nd them fur advanced, ns oom pared
with the teachings of eight yisitra ago
They   worn   good   un   dentistry,   but
hazy un geography, one International
authority, said, on intrudiictioii, " I've
a friend up near you there, he's at
'I his llnnd will hn ul, the roller rink
on Monday night. Admission for
spectators 10c, on bund niglilB,
Social and Personal
N. Creelman was visiting iu Kum-
loops ibis week.
Miss E Paget has returned from a
visit to the I's'.s t
Mrs. W. Hews will not receive on
Wednesday, June 3rd.
Miis Carroll, ol Winnipeg, is visiting bee sister,  Mrs. W. J. Armstrong.
B. R. Blacklock and MrB. Blacklock
have arrived in the city from the Old
H, A. Perry, secretary of tho Vernon cricket cluh, was in the city
Mrs B. R. Atkins will not receive
until tbe second Wednesday in
II A Perley, u former member ot
the Hotel  Revelstoke, wus   visiting in
the city on Thursday.
Mrs. Humphrey Ward, the famous
auth ireis, pissed through on Thursday en route for the Coast.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Luugheed are
leaving to-morrow morning for an
extended trip to North Dakota
Mrs. A. Huhson wiil not receive on
Wednesday, June 3rd, or again until
the first Wednesdny in September.
Mike O'Farrell, of Vancouver, en
route for Edmonton, was the gii'sst of
hi* un-le, D. McCarthy, yesterday.
Mr. and Mr'. T. Downs, who have
been visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. A
Nettie at Vancouver, have returned to
the city.
Dr. J, C.   Morrison   and   Mra    Mor-
returned on Wednesday from an
evterided trip through the east and
United States.
Count Smile La Gselle and Count
Laial 'iselle, who bave been represent-
in. Belgian capital in B.C., pi aed
through tin- week, en route for
I.  M   Hagar is   making   a   business
visit to Winnipeg on   behalf  of the
Fruit and Produce Exchange   of   B.C
prior to the opening np  ol  the  berry
J    ll    Montgomery,   of   Spokane,
leave- .n Tuesdays luiut (or the Bend
v.lnri he will prepare the trail in
inter tO Commence work on the Mont
gomery group ol mines at Downie
Ci rk
Aid J i VV , Miami led on Wednesday for O'.tawa to Is- present at the
60th anniveaaryfthediamond wedding)
of the marriage of Ins lather anil
mothsi Mr snd Mr- B_61»*rt Woodland, ol Ottawa.
I i.e popul ir .over pilot, W. If.
Wright, of the ».s Kuotenay, and his
bride. Miss floats Williams, of Edge
Wood    who   were    married    here   lust
week, sre spending tbeir honeymoon
al tbs coast cities,
Col. Davison, of Lookwood   House,
Sussex, Eng, is a guest  at,   the   Hotel
Revelstoke Iromtbe Don t. rim colonel sfl.ys lie bas cuius to II 0< to shunt
bears and hig game. He is also
interested in lumbering,
A very pleasing event took pl.ice n„
Saturday last at the home of Mra, W.
El ion, when the Ladies' Hospital
Guild presented   Mra.   A.    E.    Phippn
with it handsome travelling cluck us a
token of their estee n and ai a recog<
nilion of her valuable services to tlie
Guild. The gilt, was ncRompanintl by
an address expressing regret at her
I'lBS from the guild membership.
St. Peter's ANGLICAN—Rev. C. A
Procunier, M.A., rector 1st Sunday-
after Ascension 8a.m. Holy Common
ion 11a.m. Matins and sermon. 7.30 p.
in., Evensong. Sunday school 2-30
p m.
School Attendance.
The attendance at the public schools
for May was na follows;
Public School—Div.l.   17
"      —   "11.   33
"      —   "III. 28
"      —   "IV. 44
89 48
_  I' v.    46
"      —  » VI. 41
ii      _  "VII. 47
"      —  "V1I155
"     —  "IX   56
Totals 367
90.54 166
R. M. R. Rifle Sho
200   500
600 Total
May 23, 1908.
Sgt. J. Donald..    30     18
Lt. C. A. Hurte.    19     11
Sgt. W. Stewart   20       6
Pte. A. Paskins.   14       5
Pte. J. Meek ..   22      9
May 25th, 1908.
Sgt. J. Donald      25     25
Pte. Maundrlll.   23     19
Lt.C. A.Harte.    20       8
Pte. J. Meek ...    15     11
Pte, W. Allen..    22     26
Cp. H. Ackman   18     10
L. 0. L. Meeting
A special meeting ol Revelstoke
L 0. L., No 1658, will be held in the
hull on Tuesday, June 2, at 8 p m
sharp. Important business is up for
transaction and all members are par
ticu'arly requested to attend.
Conservative Association
A meeting of the Conservative As.
■ociation will be held in the Red
Cross I >.ug Store building at 8 p. m
nn Wednesday, June 3rd, Ior the purpose of electing delegates to nominating convention at Nelson, B.C. All
metnlieis are earnestly requested to
J. MoLeod,
The members of B Company, R.M.R.
ars hereby notified to attend for oom-
puny drill  every  Monday  und 'flntts
day at h p.m. until furl her orders.
Ily   Order,
0, 0,
Insurance Settlement
For Summer comfort the Straw Hat is just the thing.
Keeps the head cool; is light in weight; looks jaunty and
stylish.    We have them from
$1.00 to $3.00
Straws are a hobby with us. We won't sell you anything but the but you ought to wear. The mirror will tell
you what we mean.
In Gity House Property
and Fruit Lands
Buys a
New   Two-Storey   House   on   Fifth
Buys a First-Clsss Farm at Salmon   Arm,
with house, outbuildings dr young orchard.
As these bargains are offered for immediate
Sale, see us at once.
Columbia Agencies, Ltd.
Revelstoke, B.C., May 21, '08.
Columbia A.imoIes, Limited,
Bevelstoke, B.C.
Gentlemen,—I have to thank you
fnr prompt settlement by the Montreal-
Canada Kire Insurance Company, for
which you are agents, of my claim for
lots try tirn at my laundry on 2nd ult.
t m 30 J. C, Hutchison.
Now is the time to order your mill
Five louds nnd over, 1(11.75 per loud,
delivered at any  point   bel ween  Ihe
mill and Kootenay Street,
Order at ofittco of
/0 * §§&
Ww..'-:--7;    h
V^sa^'t' '7
TKNOERS wanted for clearing and
levelling that part of Sixth street
from MoKen.ie avenue to the edge of
the bank on Conuaught avenue.
Tenders to reach the undersigned by
fi p m. Monday, June 1, 10u8.
City Clerk.
May 80, 1908.
made to your measure at
prices ranging from
When having a suit made by
us you run no risk whatever;
every garment we turn out is
guaranteed to give, satisfaction—
to fit perfectly und at the same
time be strictly up-to-the minute
in style. Then, too, there, is no
other establishment that will
give you a suit of clothes of the
Name quality, combining good
workmanship, at the price we
offer. Nothing but union lnbor
being employed, insuring you of
must, perfect and skilled finish.
538 Hastings Street, Vancouver,
Electoral District
A convent ion of the Liberals
of Kootenay will he held at
Nelson, H.C, on
Thursday, June 4th, '08
For tbe purpose of selecting a
candidate to contest the riding
iu the next Dominion election in
the interests of the Liberal
The convention will open at
2 p.m.. and all  Liberals arc invited   to  attend, but  only  ac-.
credited  delegates   will   be allowed to vote.
Tbo basis of representation
will be one delegate for every
50 votes, or fraction thereof,
polled at the last dominion election. Properly accredited proxies will be recognised.
Nelson Liberal   Association,
V. J. Deane,  Pre».
m 0 It D. Proudfoot, Sec,
wanted foi Steani Laundry. Apply stating wages to Vernon Steam
Laundry Co., Vernon, U. C.


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