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"lievelstoke. the Capital of Canada!s Alps'*
The Mail-Herald
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Vol. 19-No 58
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AGRICULTURAL
AID CRANTS
VOTED
All of tbe agreements bt>.ween the
provinces uud the Domln.OJ for tbu
expenditure ol tho $7OO,Q0U i0 be u-
ied lot an i- ii11 in tit education and vol-
ied   under   lhe   Agricultural   lu,tructiou
Act will be  ilgn d «Ithin the next co-
uplc ol   weeks.    The   agreements     have
uil been carefully drafted re. that the
snoney will bo used ia accomplish Uio
great' i po Bible good and will bo
used strict!; im \ ii.ous liii'sol edU"
oa tlonal and .instructional work.
Tik' Department ol Agrioulture has
concluded agreements with Ontario,
Manitoba, British Columbia, Nova
Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward i land .in l Saskatchewan regard
ing the -mils which those provinces
obtain under the Agricultural Instruction Act.
TWO UNCOMPLETED.
Only Quebec and Alberta aie yet to
be settled wuh. The' total amount
distributed tin- year is •f",i>0,UOO au iu
Crease oi $200,0011 over last year-This
•in. ie.es | ai f,\ ..a orbed by the hat
gram ol 120,000 to each province, ir,
respe tin   ol   »ize oi   population.
Hi LP SMALLER PROVINCB8
'1 h<  ;n an i ate ' greatly to
the benefit o: the smaller provinces, lu
He       .-  "■. i  .'   hat  incieased irom
J34.U0U   io  fc>4,UUG;   iu   .Se-w   Brunswick
from     i-t,     to      tl'."1'".   and     In
I'liu i   Edw 'i '1 is.and (rom $0,01)0 t0
:■   ire iroiii  iho
prin i| to the
I.,  ■• oni ni th". reason■
a .-. I bj tt u tti lor killing the
Highw b     b .i  d.d not in -
«i-'i upou -ii h an amendment to the
.in i        . e. measure.
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
The     British    Columbia agreement,
whi i. ... ._ ned .  as follows:—
Towards thi onduoting of
.-hoi t courses in domestic
scien . bj gien . sanitation,
hun .  diessmakiug
cooking,  etc.,  m connection
wuh   .. et   , uies ...» 2,500,00
W.n : short eoui es ot two
e s duiauou iu the dii-
lereui  phases  ot agi'ivulnuu
to    LeO    held .11      ' eelllleCllOU
w. U    Farniei -      Institutes
Demonst al ion lai a. worn  in
the .rn.. .        toddei
i ops, root c. T.JUO.UU
Belli. i.i   V,oi».        "i.uOu.UO
Demonstration worn in Hor-
t      ture  -..OOO.OU
Oow-Te ieu_    v.s..   work  	
Towaids appointment of pro
mii ial in-uu' tors oi in -
structors along varios lines
of agricultural instruction,
and . luoatii i    7,5Uu.uo
Se-hou'. gardens, toward the
ms' of supplying seeds,
giv in.:   lnstrir - Ions,  ute  ....
Demonstration   held work ...6
Towards bold s-0 k judging
Competitions 	
Towai Is holding fruit packing Competition? 	
Towai la osl ol prei aring,
and print nu ...l'tin. anel
circulars  oi   instruction ...i
Misc   1 ji   "i .       onllngenales,
connected  wuh the succfis
fui carry In j   on  ni    any   ol
the alee... lin - oi eM"
nne s^r
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Ph J:ct
FRUIT
GROWERS
lho Dairy and  Cold Storage Com-'
nii.ssion.ei     lias      just issued u  cliculav
giving the recent amendments to   the
inspection und Sales Act with the new
regulations   The   amendments cbieily
evei ci u imported fruit.
I [oreattot the   words "Packed   by,"
musl   precede   ibe liuinc and   al.lle'SSoi
tho  paciier as      inaiked  on any   etlose-,1
packa.c of (rail intended lor sale.
A new see tion Is added empowering
lie'  t.ovciuor in  Council   lo  make  ieg
illations regarding lhu branding, mark
ing and inspecting oi imported iruit.
Persons violating such regulations are
liable to a Hue of not moro than   fifty I
KEVELSTOKE. B 0, JULY
23.
1918
t
liiiilliliSlSiii
1 ■
U THE MAIL-HERALD jj|
!■] Circulates  twice  per  weok am- ni
f ong  the  in e. ...-io i ■  citizens  of ID
1 Canada's     Premier     Province. [«J
(m) The      recognised      advertising g)
[■] medium lor  Kootenay .and In- ■)
H tcrior British Columbia. \jt
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$2.50 Per Year
MERGHAHTS PICNIC
I TO-MORROW
One Thousand Citizens Will Go. -Excursion
Train Leaves at 7:30 to Connect With
Chartered Boat at Arrowhead Big Program of Sports Free Tea, Coffee, Sugar
and Milk at St. Leon.—Listen 1or th,e tiig
bilastat6 a.m. To-morrow.
HIGH
SCHOOL
EXAMS.
dollars nnd costs e,r, in default of
payment, to imprisonment Ion B term
not exceeding one mouth. Tbo package's of fruit not properly marked may
be confiscated.
lu virtue of ibis amendment new
regulations have been passed and wero
publishd iu the Camilla Gazette oi
. uni- 28, 1913, According to these reg
nlul ions every importer of fruit must RevelstO'te
have all grail" marks found on dosed
packages containing] imported Iruit erased e>r obliterated when such marks
ai ■ not In accordance with tho Act
or the new regulations. This must bs
dono wheal the    packages are     being
Tomorrow is the. Big Day in Revel
<toke, ai the Merchants Monster l'i.
ni'   will   lake  plac at   St.   LeOn      Hot
Springs.
IDEAL WEATHER.
Who but must admit that the wca-
this   will   i liable   all to  cat just   where
ami  when  they ohoose,
DON'T   le L.vriv
While  the'fe ia no  doubt about  your
being awakened by lhe   big dynamitu
blast  ul six  o clock,   tomorrow   inoru-
iht'r is ideal for a  pie nic at   such     u  ing, .— till ii is up  to you Mrs. Revel-
pi ace on  tbe  lake as    St.   Leon      Hot
Spi ings.    '
LISTEN POR THE BLAST.
As bas been previously advertised,
arrangements huve been made for the
.-enin^ ob oi a gigantic dynamite
blast ut a hi„h elevation on Mount
The blast will be fire 1
ul sis o'clock loinorrow mui ning in
cnlcr to wake everyone so yoa eun'i
miss the south bound excursion iralu
ai I'M in the morning.
RECORD CROWD GOING.
taken trom the railway car, Bieanrdiip
. i other conveyance In whi'h they bave
been brought into Can.nia. The im -
porter mast placo on the end ol BUch
packages the proper grade marks, ili...
correct name ol the variety of truit,
I,nd  his own name and address,
('..pies' of th" circular may be obtained, Ir f charge, from thei Publications Branch, Department of Agricul
ture, Ottawa, or from any Dominie..' Kniii  in pector.
Krom present appearances ihe number wuu will board the excursion train
lemon ow n.onin; tor St. Leon will
far surpass anything of th. kin I ever
witnessed    at      Reveistoie.   From  all  train will return  to     Revds'iokc  wuh
stotte housewife to be ready with your
bubies at the C.P.R. station hy 7:3b
o'Clouk al  the latest.
MUST CHANGE TICKETS
It wiii be necessary fur you to he
ui'tbe station iu ample tune as you
will ha\o to ihangc your tickets for
regular railway licleU ut lhe C.P. R.
ticket  office,   Don l be late.
REVELSTOKE HAND.
The itevelstoke City Rand will be iu
uttcn lance at the monster picnic    tomorrow* aud wiil appear at their best.
RETURN'  BEFORE  DARK.
This picnic is an ideal ono for wholo
laiiiilie-     io     attend as ibo excursion
U.S.A. TO
ARCTIC
BY RAIL
sides   ume., ihe word that BVeryone'is
_oin ...
MANY  OUTSIDERS   GOING.
Krom   the surrounding  districl     in-
' luding     Kid.I.     Rogers Puss, to tho
east aulas  far a- Malakwa ami   Si..
inous,   i uii.e.s   the   word tbat   all      are
going io St. Leon tomorrow.
BRING YOUR BASKETS
■ii- hig load of holiday makers long be
fore dark so no harm ean come to
the babies.
FREE GROCERIES.
Tea,  Coflee, Milk and Sugar  will bo
furnished free to everyone ai St. Leon
Hot  Springs tomorrow.
BRING SMALL BOYS.
It  will     be' a  big day for th.:  small
Once more and for the lasl time boys, hundreds of th^m will be there.
we wish ie. announce that everyone is Remember the time, place anl event
expected tu bring their own lunch .Tomorrow, St. Leon, Merchants Mon-
baskets in real old-time picnic fashion ster Picnic.
Vancouver.  U.C,   July 19—Address
Ing the Royal'Iudian commission  here
iu regard to the applications of     the
Pacific     Great     Eastern railroad for
right of way and yardage room Ln tbe
I'ed.in reserve ou the nonh shore ol
liiirrurd inlet, and at Newport, at the
h. i.l of Howe sound, I'reniii'i  M Bride
EASILY
SEEN
THROUGH
GRADE
CEDAR
FOR TAX
The results of the High Sehool en -
trance examination which was held, on
the twenly-lifth, twenty-sixth, an.l
'twenty-seventh uli., atthe thirty high
school centers throughout the province
have just been announced by the De
partment ol Education, The. total
number o' candidates was 2,mi, uut
ot which 1,2.14 were successful,
! h will be observed thai the honoi*
,,[ securing flrst place rests with Veta
M. Steel, of Armstrong, Who sei uro I
BID marks out of a pos.-ihlu liuu.
I The winners of ihe ten bronze meduls, which arc donated annually by
His Royal Highness, the Governor-Gen
cial, aud distributed by the department among the head pupils of the 10
city municipalities' having the greatest
number of passes to lhi ir credit, were
the following: Veta M. Steel, Ann
Blronj*; Hilda M. Fox, Chilliwaek|,
William Mortly, Cumberland; Mary A.
Munro, Grank Forks; Jeanne M. Lea*
iherdale, Kamloops; Lucille E. Btep-
hen.-on, N'uiiaiino; Lillian Innes, I low-
ay School, New Westminster; Sadie'
Edwards, Strathcona School, Vancouver; Leifur Leifson, Central School,
North Vancouver; Audrey B. Rant,
Girls' Central School, Victoria.
REVELSTOKE CENTRE
Number of Candidates, 19; passed 15
Ernest M'-Kitinon, 7lti; Veia Bell, liT^,
Thomas Loftus, liTO; Nancy Kleetham,
647; Margery Ringer, (126; Francis
bourne.', til.il, Margaret Mat/., GUI)-, Wiu-
nified Smytbe, .W; Robert Tapping,
."77; Hofsey Armstrong, 571; band
Bradshaw, .iTU; Rex Calder, 556; Jack
laing, 51; K'ldie McMahon, 5"i5; Bern
adine Bunnell   050.
Non-Municipal school, Albeit Can -
yon—Number of candidates, l; passed
none.
Through an unfortunate miss in the
mail, on ona of the reports of the
six girl students who wrote the McGill Maui, nlation, a full report cannot he given, but at least five have
been . ''ul and as the other w*aa
cne of tbe hest students, we feel conli-
dent in making the above announce • 1
ment. Full particulars and standings
will  be given in the next isjue.
NOTES
FROM
NAKUSP
Nakusp, July I'J—The reconstruction
of the iioiuiaioii telephone Bystem was
appreciated by a shipwrecked party
this momma ai Rock i land, i;i miles
south oi hero, Yesterday the Episcopal lauiM h "Victory the largest oi
ii kind on the' Ario.v la tetf, took
par tie, of ladies from Nakusp and way
points   te.  iial'li.apat ■   in   lhe   s : ..v, ix i
i *.   festival  in aid  of  the   Vi row    I'ark
. hun h, an.l held at  Keflei 's landing.
ien ib.. return trip, when kiniug
the dangerous shore- of Rook Island,
the vessel w'as steered too close In au.l
maunted tl submerged reek. The passengers baei no alternative but to stay
on ih" stranded boat all night until
nearly 7 o'clock this morning, wheu
the ladle were taken ashore in boats
ainl cured for by the settlers. Among
than were; Mrs. M..Ml.-ma- (whose
home was hm a mile away), and Mrs
Carey ol Roi l> island farm, Mrs. Walk
er an.l Mrs. Dilley of Nakusp and oth
ers. The telephone was brought to uso
and Nakusp notitid of the accident.
Hev. S.H. l'liillimoni left for tho scene
with Mr, McParland's launch and sev
eral volunteers, and the Victory was
een  to float on c more'.
Ve terday direct  telephonic commun
ication was had between Nakusp and
Edgewood.   The cable was laid a few
daj    ago betwe n Needles   .ml  i
iers, a st ret b of nearly a mile .
the lower Arrow lake, and    i.
length is now in exce.lent   working order.   Edgewood  residents  mav     now
(juickly communicate  wuh  the     out-
Bide world via Nakusp.
Mr. and Mrs.  North an.l son
late-t sWt.ers to ' icbing
Nakusp   two dayi   ago,   and *fl        ta'<.
up land at Fo-tball.
A tennis math was played thi-
morning between Nakusp nnl Arrowhead on the Meath boas •
M.s-r-'. Davis and Wilkin*
seated Arrowhead and Dr. Mobsman
and IT. L. Rothwell Na' u-p. Saku?p
won after ., close game.
The s.auty garb ot an ultrafashlon-     Victoria, B.C.,  Juno 17—The     For-
ENFORCE
t.334.76
Total  $47,384.76
ONTARIO'S AGREEMENT
In Ontario the largest grant into
whidi the total -um of $190,783 id divided ls, $90,000 for .li-trict representative-, men who are placed in local
centers a* expert advisers on farming
topics, The next largest ls one of
$51,500 for buildings at the Ontario
Agrlcural college This is spread over
buildings for poillry, lield husbandry
npiary, dairy barn nnd bacteriologist
department.
AGRICULTURE IN SCHOOLS
Next in sLe e-omes a grant of $10,-
000 to encourage agriculture in the
publi'* schools, partly by grants and
partly by helping of teachers tp at-
ten 1 courses for in-'truction. Stock
and st'd judging courses get $7,600;
Womtn's institute work gett $6,500;
fall fair and tield crop judging courses get $6,800; a simtlar sum goes to
educational work in connection with
marketing funning products, organizing co-operative societies, etc. For
draining work there iH a grant ol $!>,•
flO"; another grunt of $S.fli10 is for the
purpose oi getting more laml for   the
Onl alio   Veterinary  college,   and  there
aie a number of smaller grants.
pieU.e'ted that the proposed line when ably dressed woman led to her being Bstry Department oi thc Provincial
ultimately extended lo ib-' wheat fields asked te. leave Lord's cricket grounds, government has issued a uotice to tho
",j0u.UU .nd gra inj lands of Peco river and where tbe Oxford-Cambridge cricket eflect that the tax provided for in the
to the Yukon and to a onnection with match was being played ia-'t Monday. Forest Act in regard to old crown
the Alaskan railways planned by the The stands were idled witb Britain's granted timher is to ho called into op-
[ United St'ii.s, would resull in the de- smartest -o i.'iy people and all ihe eratioa on July 15. The notice reads:
1 vclopmeni of regions as rich in natur- women present were beautifully gown- Subsection oi section i.iol thc Forest
ul resources.as any traversed i.y the ed, but tbe person in question was Act provides that the tax on old crown
existing transcontinental lines. Sir easily noticeable because of bet* start- grant Umber shall be levied according
Richard concluded by predicting ihai ling and daring costume. She wore a 'o the grade of the timber in question
less than ID years would elapse be- big flapping straw hat and a lace As far as Ur limber is concerned dele re a passenger in thj United States dress which bad evidently no lining. Unite grades have long ago been es-
would he able io buy a through tic and whose skirl was so flmsy lhat tablished, but difficulty has occurred
ket for the all-rail journey via British |;iack knickerbockers .md jewelled gar- In the past in establishing satUfa'-i -
Columbia to Fairbanks, Alaska and to   i,r buckles were a-' .a-ily seen a- if iu orty grades for cedar.    This     matter
,, -hop window.   All eyes were gra-lual bas now been adjusted and exporters
| ly magnetised by the woman until sud oi logs aro hereby notihod that from
denly a   policeman  walked  over     and and after July 15 the $1, $l.5n and $2
«vhi8pered something in her ear.     She and other rates established by section
aro-e and If it  the  grounds.  However, 68 of  the act  will be payable by export
t-hf  was  perfectly complacent and evi- ers   upon  grade as   well as   upon  scale
.1 n   y  quite   s itistiei]   with   the  -en-a- measurement.   These' instructions have
tun -h.' had made. been issued to all government scalers.
PERPETUAL
1*01 ION
AGAIN
LANDS
J ,000.00
2,500.00
1,000.00
l.Oiin.oo  pointy beyond the Are-tic did
Vioo.oo
AWOKE
OOZING
WAIUHERS
Victoria, 13. C, July 22—Iu future
the law that prohibits the cutting of
timber on unsurveyed licenses will he
strictly enforced. The penalty i- Jio
per tree for ihe amouni of timber cut
Up to the present there have been several Instances of logging being carried oiit on limber lands that have not
been surveyed. The government, to
protect its own timber and also that
of private panics who have unsurveyed licenses, will sec thut the legists -
tion, provided for in the Forest Act,
will he put into operation eflenden
will only be given on" warnine.
Vancouver, July :J&—Memories of
Boulogne-Sui Mer .-,n l Dieppi vreie-
recalled by iho-e who have visited
those fashionable watering plu-e- in
Europe, when a lieautifully pro-
poi tinned young       woman        ap
pealed at Kit-ilano Hcach yesterday iu the latest mole in bathing
suits. Spinster- gusped and looked
away. Men who had been dozing on
ilie beach suddenly became quite wakeful. The suit what there was oi lt,
Was a vivid red in color and fashioned
in Parisian style and displayed to
lest possible advantage the lady's
shapely figure. The confection—on-;
ean hardly refer to the dainty work of
art as a mere suit—was made of cling
ing material, cut decollete—very de-
collets—a very liberal portion of the
\ earer's neck, bust and back being
shown, thoilejh a necklace relieved to
hi mc extent the large expanse ot bare
nook. The upper part of theostume
was iut away like a man's swallow
tail coal and tbe suit was worn without a skirt. A fancy handkerchief roll
ed coi|itettishly around the lady's hair
to protect it from the wnter, .-om-
pleted the fair unknown's attire-.
\nel  she went  into the water too.
CONSERVE
WATER
POWERS
Vancouver, July J2—A thorough
survey of available water power ro-
-eiur.es of the province is being made
under the direction of Mr. Arthur V.
White, Toronto, chief engineer of the
Dominion commission of conservation.
Parties have been sent out to measure
the tlow of the principal streams al -
ong the mainland coast between Powell river and Prince Rupert, making
the trip in a launch equipped for a
three months' cruise.
Other parties are in the north of
the province outfitting for similar in-
\estigation trips along the Skeena,
Upper Skeenn, Babine and Bulkley
rivers, and tributary streams'. Tbere
is said to be almost unlimited water
power in these rivers, but their flow
has never been accurately measured.
a
ARSENAL
SCANDALS
Ottawa, July *_'2—Following „ recent
lj made Inquiry into conditions attending the manufacture of ammunition
at the government arsenal at Quebec,
Col. Gaudet. superintendent of the arsenal, will be granted leave of absence
until the report ofthe commission appointed to investigate the Dominion
arsenal has been presented when he
will bo superanuated, Major Lnflerty
of Quebec City, will be appointed as
Col. Gatidet'B successor. Twelve mil •
lion rounds of ammunition, worth
•S400,00n, will have to be destroyed;
Col. B.W.B. MorriFOn, director of artillery, was chairman of tbo com -
mission.
beld
have
are
men
Mrs. W.J. Orvill of Ottawa, is paying n  visit  to Revelstoke this week.
Dr. Glen Campbell of Vancouver,
was elected president of the British
(olumbia Medical Association, Dr. W.
J. Mayo of Rochester, Minn., was one
the sponkers at the convention.
INTO THE
DAYLIGHT
It wa not so many years ago thai
advertising; was considered unethical
from g business .-tandpomt.
Many oi the tinest old bouses
aloof, saying—that th'y didn't
to advertise. ECveD today there
some business and professional
so bound by custom and tradition
that they have not yet availed them-
seives of the advantages of advertising
By bo much ns these customs still
hold, by just so much is thc public
deprived of knowing all about those
professions and busins
The most successful way ai»d the
only honest way to deal with the pu)>i.
lie is to "play the game out in tho
open."
li ihere are true nn.l interesting reasons why the public should buy something from So & So, then So & So
should bc glad of a chnnce to say s<>
over and over again through the medium of reliable newspapers.
C.P. Wagne   of Winnipeg, is trans,
nr.intr business here today.
Regina, Sa    >, July i     It
left IO   ill'
fyvan in tl
solution oi a  problem  v.bi b    a.-  pu;
Dd  -• i nu-ta    for     many
tho i-.mi- ol years.   Mr. Emdc oi that
town claims to havi . the
hitherto lm li ci       ,i   .       .....    av-ut
ed a m ichine whi h will not i n
i n ii-  own  .ii i ir*. I ut   whi h  i
: I- I   i ■■■',! ■ e.al V.Ike
In "ii i w. rd», Mr. Binds thin
be has solved the if pel
motion.
Ills     .
to the perimetei o   whi b on tbe external  clge are atta'hel a  number     of
the p irpose ut hold
in |   metal b ill-  i say     100
pounds ea h.     Mi may between     the
centre of the wheel an I i1
, n     upon wh . h ti e  •■
.-;■• :.it -.1   i-  ;,:,   U
containing an <nJ
wr. h • ., ills ti
: n ii  t wh, ..
.        ■■!    Hei
whevl b) a bell.   The i
il   is  s'-t   in  motion.
the ta. *b-   lop of 1  ■
. i.-v it.ir    b ifl   ur ■  lhl   cup-  on '   l    ■
uhce ,   • ll ii ll    it    lo   CO'.'in'le     rUI
miii e.; thi ball- continually
dnvin; the up-' in which ihey are
oiiiun.erl in a downward direction. A-
cn'b bull arrivw at the :,e.,i of the elevator ltii tipiH-l into one of the cup-
kii the enJlc-- chain anl again i.
to ihe' top of the wheel by tbs energy
devclopisl h> th" balls iie- endin. on
the perimetei e.f ih.' big wh el, thus
th"wh"'i is weighted for about one-
third of its .•ircunifcrencc. Bll the time
by the descending balls while an equal
numlier of halls is continuo i-ly being
elevated up '.he shaft-
Foir thousand baskets ol h'-iric-.
shipped to New York from Weiinthe-.
Wash., were seized by the OOffl -
missioner of weights end measures,
who i barged that they were chert of
>e than nine cubic centi
meters ench. The discovery wae made
whet one of the bn-kete had bwu
eaten into thc fata bottom
mouse. FAGB TWO
THE MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, JULY 23rd. 1913-
^
Hot Weather Needs
at Bews' Drug Store
Mineral Spring Health   Granules 25c a tin
(includes all the Aperient   Medicinal Qualities
of the Natural .Spa Waters       ....
Lemonade Powder, 20c a tin 3 for 50c
Citrate of Magnesia, Fresh, Sparkling 25c a bottle
Lime Juice  Pints, 50c.    Quarts, 75c
Welch's Grape Juice Pints,  40c; Quarts, 75c
Fishing Tackle
Everything for the Fisherman
TITANIC
C. P. R.
PROGRAM
Mr. George J. Bury, vice-president
of tb.. C.P.R., arrived from Winnipeg
last night. He expeots to spend a
week or ten days in the city, taking
up a number ol matters affecting tho
British Columbia division with local
FLAMES RESPECT NOT TIME „mcials.     Mr.  F.  W.  peters,  general
I,ike the liv that set!les on the nose
ol a monarch, fire visits us unheralded and unannounced, Prepare
for this worry-bringing contingency.
Insure Your Worldly Possessions
I,et us write you a policy that will
cover any loss you may sustain from
lire or water damage. The premium
is so trilling that few people indeed
are willing to inn risks that judgment and common sense forbi 1.
Take out a policy to-day willi the
superintendent of the Btitlsh Columbiu division, and Mr. 0. E. Graham,
acting ass slant general superintend-
dent, nut lhe vice-president at Mission Junction.
"Thero are no changes other than
those already announced," Mr. Uury
commented when a-l.Mil whether
there was any foundation ia lhi report  ilm Mr. Grunt     Hull,     general
Kelso Divided Wing Flies, per dozen     $1.50
Senate Flies, per dozen       75c
Anchor Flies, per dozen       50c
Gut Hooks, Leaders,  Keels, Ply Baskets, Fish Baskets
Trunk Rods 3.50 to 6.00
Teiescope Rods, Each 6.00
Steel Rods, each 2.75
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, Ltd.
A. IC. KlNCAID, Manager.
E. G. BURBIDGE & SON
Plumbers and Tinsmiths
i
Bews' Drug Store
OXoJUL Store
<r **■*
me
-WORK    SHOP
Connaught  Ave.    -    Revelstoko
LumL
F.
umDermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
B.    WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
OldTj.vn,
CITY TRANSFER  COMPANY
Baggage Transferred
Distributing Agents*^*
and Storage     .    .   .
FURNITURE AND PIANO MOVING A SPECIALTY
BAYNES'   BUGGIES   AND  SLEIGHS   FOR  SALE
PHONE 276.    NIGHT PHONE 71
inana.MT of O.P.R. western lines, was
ret nui; ii'uni iln1 company's service ,
and ihat a number ui promotions had
been mootod, "Mr. Hall was ill (or
some iim.' and on thai account there
were a Dumber nf rumors circulated to
the efleel lhat ho was severing his eon
nection with the company. He bus re-
siiiiic.l his duties again and at present
tbere are     no announcements  io     be
  inaelei alonj tbe Unas suggested,
Repairs,    Hot Air and Furnace'    "Wr     expect  to have the     double-
work a Spec;alty tracking  completed   and  in   operation
! between M ssion Junction and Ruby
Creek," he cared, * hy Seutembiii' 1st
Trains are already neir.- operated over ilie iini'iletivl double tracks between here and Mission and good pro
gress is heing matle with the Bection
between here and Ruby Creek. The
I i .1 ,e 'ever liu River will not be
completed until fater lur, with that
exemption the double na •. will be
all ready finished ta Ruby Oreek by
the date mentioned.
"'ihs year'th' C.P.R. is carrying
out the greatest construction program in ils history," observed Mr.
Bury, referring to the Improvement
schemes which hive     lucn     planned,
  nnd   are now      under  way,       'Camps
have been established at Rogers Pass
- RsveUtoke, B. C in preparation for the gigantic boring
■project. The whole work is to he
finished in forly-two months, and the
contractors wll start on both portals
just as soon as the plant is assembled
and ihe preliminary operations are
completed.
I With regard to the financial situation Mr. Bury called attention to the
fact that despite th> financial stringency which ha-< been affecting all the
ir.on'y markets of t'ie world, thc O.
P.R. wa:; not curtailing its expend!
tt;r?s as were many other larj-e corporations, hut on the other hand, was
proceeding with several large projects
whi h would Involve many millions o!
dollars. Th." • ompany would spend
altogether ?100,oiK),ii00 in improve -
ments ihis year. A tribute to the fi-
nancial foresight of Sir Thomas
Shaughnessy was paid by, Mr. Bury in
this  connection.   He said he cocsider-
THE PLANS for good plumbing differ  "1   ,hat ,h" fn"*   "f     the CPR     w*s
lhe ordinary kind.    Vou  may  not   spend'nn  Mich a   large  sum   of  money
to note the difference, but every  redounded  io the credit of  the     Do-
eood  plumber  knows.   OUR   plans minion, and it was in Itself a splendid
include    'iii't  materials that   will   give ....                ,
lasting   satisfaction  and   workmanship advertisement abroad.
that will prove dui Mr.  llury  denied   the report    to the
No                                    it   or bow un- effe-t      ihat   the.   C.r.R.  contemplati'ii
e, we   never issuing* stock for  another $100,000,(100
'PLUMBINGWORK.   ^   .„„,.,   ^   ^   i.onstruclion   p,.Q.
REVELSTQIE PLUMBING MD HEATING CO.       rram as  previously announced, would
 __^__ !ii,vi_h   without   smh      a
^^^^^^^^^^ ■ being taken, as  irrangementa for
before buying yonr outfit of working clothes
for tbe bush. I make ■
specialty of Logging
Shoes, Pants, Sox, Shirts
Blankets and everything
reouired in vour leusint-s*
Special Summer Sate
Ladies' Coats
Ladies'    Long   Tweed   Coats,   to
clear at	
$8.00
Ladies' Tweed Suits
This Spring s Styles.     Sizes 34 to
i6.    Ohly   a  few  to  select   from.
To clear at
$12 and $15
House Waists
Ladies Washing House Waists, to
clear at 	
50 Cents
Ladies' Hose
Ladies  Black Cotton i:
8 Prs. for $1.00
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.
m^Heid CSL young A
■  lhc     schemes     had already
been  n.
tin    ..n, the outlook  on the
prairies   Mr.   Bury    aid   ibat  all   indi-
pointed    to    one of    the   best
n  ihe  history of the  west  (his
\eai "
Everybody  F^ys
•ThepianoisFine."
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ITS PLEASANT
TO 21 SERVED
'    •        m   > on   nre
.Nnd  the  service  in
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THE FINE MEAL YOU WILL ENJOY
It is laid thai the wsv to  n   man's
hi ui is through  his stomach.   We are
sure to re e h  \ qui i if you'll drop in
and try om mii nt fare,    if perfect rii
tnnls.   perfectly   cooked  snd   perfectly
srr\"-d,   will   i-iiin   yonr   friendship,    we
•ire absolutely sure oi yours,
WINDSOR   CAFE
A. (I, Tmiakimin Manager.
Sherwin    TD 01 ~\ + 0
Williams   1   dill lb
We carry a full range of colors in the above, both
for inside and outside work, also floor finishes,
Stains, Varnishes, Oil Turps, Johnson's Wood
Wyes, etc. For best results see that S. W. P. is
marked on the can. Everything in up-to-date
Paint Brushes.
STOVES—A Kootenay or Saskalta Ran^e made by tbe
largest firm in tbat business iu the Uritish Empire; will give
more heat on less fuel, last longer, look and cook better than
any stove on the market to-day, we can prove this to you.
Camp Stoves, Camp Outfits, Baseball, Lacrosse and Tennis
Goods, Bicycles, Fishing Tackle.
GROCERIES, Fruit and Vegetables. We <1<> an ever
increasing trade in these; Qunlity Goods, Fair Trices, Correct
Accounts.
We are headquarters for Poultry Supplies, chick food, extra
Grade Wheat, Huy Feed, etc.
BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
__GROCERS AND HARDWARE DEALERS
First St, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
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A Remarkable Expression
of Public Confidence . . .
is shown in the statement of this Company for the fiscal year
ending March 31st, 1913. As compared with one year ago, the
following iipures are exceptionally interesting:
ASSETS MARCH 31st,    1913   $450,915.72
ASSKTS MARCH 31st, 1912  $111,2CS.G0
showing a net gain of . $34.ri,('i47.12
This remarkable gain is positive evidence of the convenience and  practicability of the 0. H. I. C. plan.
NEARLY ONE-QUARTER MILLION DOLLARS LOANED
TO CONTRACT HOLDEItS at B PER CKNT. SIMPLE INTEREST DURING THE PAST FISCAL YEAR.
If YOU Deaire ft Home of Your Own—If you Would Be Independent  of a  Landlord—Investigate This plan—Now.
The Canadian Home Investment Co., Ltd.
"Canada's Old Reliable''
Home Office:    PACIFIC BUILDING, Second Floor
VANCOUVER. B. C.
Revelstoke Office : J. B. WATSON REALTY CO.
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WE HA\fE SOME VERY CHOICE
LEGS OF MUTTON. TRY ONE
FOR  YOUR SUNDAY S DINNER.
P. BURNS & GO., Limited
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COFFEE - CHICORY - TEA
Fresh Roasted Brazil, per lb. _._     35c
Fresh Roasted Mocha and Java blend, per lb    50c
Old Country Chicory, per package      20c
Ceylon Tea, in bulk, 3 lbs. for $1.00
Other teas,   including Tetleys,   Liptons,;Ridg\vays,
Silver Spoon, etc. .....
John McIntyre ^ SON
First Street. Telephone No. 93
WE   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. WEDNESDAY, JULY 23rd. 1913.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
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■I. B. Wataon Realty Cn.
Sash and Door Factory on 100 foot lot.
MCKENZIE AVENUE- 8-roomed house on 50-foot lot $7500 00
1st. STRUT—6-roomed house on 50-foot lot _ J4000 00
2nd. STREET- S-roomed bouse on CO-foot lot.. J3000 00
Double bouse on 7(Vfoot lot JS60C0 00
B-roo'med bouse on 50-foot lot $3000 00
6-roomed bouse on $1600 00
3rd. STREET   ■!   houses „ $2100 to $3400 00
10-roomed bouse on 300-ft. lot $850(1 00
2 lots (the pair) $ 800 U0
2 lots (tbe pair)  $1500 00
4th. STREET   6-roomed house, nearly new $2200 00
6-roomed bouse on SO-ft. lot $3000 00
Sth. Stroet   3 6-roi med houses.   Each $3200 00
9-roomed  hoi.se     $3800 00
7th. STREET—1 lots,  each      $ 300 00
8th. STREET-   I lots.    The pair $1600 (II)
6-roomed bouse near C.P l\. Ships % 660 ihk.
3 Shops and rooms on McKenzie Ave    $ 15,000
Dominic . Express Mon?y Orders for Sale.
W. H. HOROBIN, Manager.       Local Agency American Casualty Co.
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance     Government Lands      Money to Loan
ACENT rn*,  PACIFIC  SALES ASSOCIATION, LIMITED.
DEMAND
EXPERIENCED
ENGINEERS
New York, July 18—An engineer who
operates an express train on the   New
I Haven road hereafter, must have had
two years' road experience and have
compiled with other retirements designed to assure the     management; of
! his competency. Local train engineera
must have had a previous i ond exper-
■ ience of one year.
This was made known Wednesday
night In a statement given out at tho
New York, New Haven and Hartford
railroad offices here, embraoing au
order issued by lieneral Manager Bar-
do, with respect to the am-lgnment of
engineers io passenger trains. The is-
| suance of ihe' order is an outcome of
tin' .Stamford wreck investigation and
i- described in the statement, as in
compliance with the recommendation
of the' interstate commerce ommis
.-ion of Connecticut.
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0.  B.  N.  WILKIE
PROVINCIAL  LAND  SURVEYOR
Office: Lawrence Hardware Block
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
W.  H.  WALLACE,  M.B.C.S.A.
ARCHITECT
Box 205, Telephone 313. Reveiitoke
BURGESS    AND   TAGGART.
Civil Engineers
Dominion and B. C. Land
Surveyors  and  Contractors.
P. 0. Box 317       Kamloops, B.C.
Braneh   Otliee—Walson   Realty   Co.
HARVEY,
McCARTER
AND PINKHAM
Barriitern.   Solicitors,   Etc..
Imperial   Dank   Building   Rev.l-
■toke, B. 0.
Money to Loan.
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED 1855
Record of Progress for Five Years—1906-1911
1906 1911
Capital        .---        $ 3,000,000 * 4,. '10,000
Reserve 3,000-000 4,600,000
Deposits       ----        23,677,730 35,042,311
Loans and Investments          -      27.457,090 38,854,801
Total Assets        -       -       -        33,090,192 48,237,284_
Hns S3 Branches In Canada, and Agents and Correspondents in all
the Principal Cities In the World.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACT.*!!
SAVINGS  BANK  DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Interest a owed ht highest current rate.
Revelstoke Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager
Wife of Justice Dead
Regina, duly 17—Tlio death of Mrs.
Justin: Johnstone accurred at the fam
ily residence Tuesday after a |to -
longed illtie-s. Mrs. Johnstone was
the sister of W.C. Fowler, the tirst C
P.R, agent m Regina and for several
years a member ol the city cotmoil .
.i'lie came to the west [rom Ontario in
1886 .en 1 [or many years has lived in
this city with her husband, Justice
Johnstone of the supreme court. Besides the husband, s'he leaves three
sous, Wilfrid, George and Ernest, and
one daughter Norma, all living in the
city.
Ofllcsi—Kfvelxt.oltfi.
Cranbrook,
Geo. H. MeCarter.
A. M.  Pinkham,
Rfivrlgtnke,
B.   0..
B. U.
aad
J. A.  Harvay
Cranbrook
COURT     UT.      BEGBIE,   No.  nut.
OF I. O. F.
Meets in I. O. O. F. Hall naxt   to
Tapping's Opera  Houbb  every gecond
und fourth  Monday  In month.  Viait-
ing brethren cordially welcomed.
H. V. MORGAN, C. R.
WM.   8.   CAMERON.   R»c.-S»c.
SELKIRK      LODGE 12,  1.  O.  O. F.
..IINFANTS APPAREL..
Another consignment in the
above lines just to ha d   .   .
Infants White Silk Robes, Long and Short
Cream Cashmere Cloaks, White Embroidered Shortening Dresses	
MRS. A. G. CRICK.
FIRST STREET
Laughton C& Tapping, Props. First Street, Revelstoke, B. C
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
European Plan
Open Day and Night.
THE CAUTIOUS  SCOT.
A Scotsman went to iv solicitor, laid
before  him a  question  and  asked  him i
if he could undertake tbe case, reports
the Birmingham Weekly Post.
"Certainly,"   replied  the  solicitor."I
, will   readily  undertake  the ease. We're
sure to win."
"So ye really thin'; it's     a     good
Case ."
".Meest  decidedly,  my dear sir. I
am prepared lo guarantee that you
will secure a favorable verdict.''
"Ah,  weel,   I m  much  obliged tae ye,
but 1  dinna think I'll go tae law this
time, for, ye see, the case I've laid
before ye is my opponent's.'*
The coroner's jury at Band, sum -
moned to Inquire into the death of
Allan Mack'iy. whose body was found
in tli" Bow river nine miles behiw
Banfl on July 4th, returned a verdict
that he had met death by foul play.
Meete every Thursday evening in
Selkirk Hall at 8 o'clock. Viaitlng
brethren cordially invited.
C. NORTH, N. O.
JAS. MATHIE, SSC.
KOOTENAY     LODGE, No. ll A. F.
•ad A. M.
Regular meeting* are held in MASONIC TEMPLE, Oddlellowa' Hall
on tha Third Monday in each month
at 8 p. m. Visiting brethren ara
cordially welcome.
J. HI HAMILTON, W. M.
A. G. BROOKER, Secretary.
O. W. O. W.
Mountain View Camp, No. ii'i.
Meets Second    and     Fourth Wednesday!    in  each  month  in    Selkirk
Hall.      Viaitinn Woodmen  ara
cordially invited to attend
JAMES McINTYRE,  O.O.
H. W. EDWARDS, Clerk.
Meal Tickets, $6.00
MONTHLY BOARD
The   family   r.-mcc'y    f.-er    Cori:hs   unci   Colds i
'Shi'oh costs   so   little    i>nd ciccs   so ir.'jch*''
REVELSTOKE LOYAL ORDER
MOOSE No. 108S
Meets every firat and third Tuesday ln Oddte.lows Hall. Visiting
brethern cordially invited to attend.
A. Grant, Dictator.
H. L. Haug, Soe-i-etary.
\
\    Special  Slaughter
LE
EDISON   WAX
Records
40c
Sale Price 40c Each
JUS'i W'LY REPAIRED
RATES,      .      $1.50 PER DAY
Weekly and monthly rates to be arranged.       Meal Tickets, 21 meal  for J6.00
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
A. P. Lr-ESQUB, Proprietor
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.   Rates $1 a day.   Monthly rates.
J-.   ^l^BHiiRT     STOHSTE3      PBOP
a     3 for $1    a
I BINGHAMS
MUSIC STORE
MCKENZIE     AVENUE
Revelrtoke,   -   B.C.
Cash with
Mail Orders
WE  FILL ORDERS
for all groceries and table luxuries
as soon us received ami deliver them
promptly; give the customer just
what she orders, too. No substituting at this grocery.    No foiiting
of more profitable goods on ber. A
trial order will show thai our service
is as good as our groceries nml that
is saying a lot.
Hobson's Grocery
Phone 41
Box 734
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.l
Manufaeteiirers of Aerated Waters
WINES
LIQUORS
CIGARS
CRANITEWARE
GRANITEWARE
JUST WHAT YOU HAVE
BEEN LOOKING FOR ..
Lipped Saucepans - 20, 25, 30
Straight Saucepans - 25, 30,
Pudding Dishes - 10,15,20,
Rice or Double Boilers
Covered Pails - 25,35,45,
Dish Pans       - -      50, 65,
Preserving Kettles,  20, 25, 30,
Pie Plates, - 10c and
Wash Basins - -     20, 30,
SEE OUR NORTH WINDOW
Watch this Space for Weekly Bargains
35c
40c
25c
75c
50c
75c
40c
15c
35c
Revelstoke Hardware Company, Ltd.
Agents for GURNEY'S CHANCELLOR Rarges.
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. . .
IBTTT
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.
Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. BOYD, Proprietor, •        Halcyon, Arrow Lakes
Howson C& Co., Ltd.
Furniture, Carpets and Linoleum at Eastern Prices, Freight
codded.
Howson C& Co., Ltd.
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Imperial Bank of Canada §
Hoad Offlco
Capital Subscribed
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
Total Assets,
Toronto, Ontario.
7.000,000.00
7.000,00o.00
7,000,000.00
$77,900,000.00
Branches or Agents at all principal points in Canada.
Agents in Groat Britain and  United Btatw   London, England,
Lloyds Hank, Limited. Chicago—First National Bank, Corn Exchange National Bank. Seattle-Seattle National Hank. San Francisco—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.
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LET  US   DESIGN   YOUR   STATIONERY
Read " Mail-Heraid" SALES AND WANTS for Snaps1       Agents for Calgary Beer
Tlle' eetllllll of   A   lellsill.ee.,   hnll*.  In
reflected in tti, etatlonery. It Pay*
to hare the beat that*, going. W.
aire ynu tlie lilghsxt ipi.lItT at ite
low.at price.   Free entlmatei.
Mall-H.r.ld
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We oiler you expert norvice. Print
lei our bUMMM nml our lieeleley too.
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THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,  JULY 23rd. 1913.
Even if you think you liavc all you need
for that outing you hnve planned; come
in and look around, you may find something that will increase your pleasure or
your comfort.   Wc 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 Cooking Utensils (light to pack)
FISHING   SUPPLIES in   every   detail.
Guns. Rifles, Pistols, Ammunition,
Prospectors' Axes. Hunting Axes,
Sheath Knives	
PLUMBING, HEATING JI N S M ITH I NG
R. Z. CRAWFORD, Coiitractiin] Painter
SIGN PAINTING AND ALABASTINE DF.CORAT'.NG
A   SPECIALTY.    SATISFACTION    GUARANTEED
SHOP IN CUMMNG'S TRANSFER BLOCK,  -   S!^to8k™,ebtc.
Arc
you
Interested
-IN-
Cui 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. Ever}' 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. (}uy Qarbers
Reitelstoke's Pioneer Jeweler
'S BEST
The Cloth That Pleases You
i
inttre- e
■   ■ will  bring   you   hen-   i„e      ,-.a. ,,  ,
You'll ti-, 1 here the m-e^t complete anel u;
ment "f Woollens for Ladle*' snd Men's Weai
from.    ;•*- VOU'RB INVITED TO CALL
H. T. M0RTENSEN
Ladles' and Gent's Tailor
IN USE 40 YEARS
GOOD THEN    BETTER NtlW
Perfect Scale, Purity ot Tone, Susceptibility of Touch, Beauty of Finish, Workmanship and Durability,
OUR PLAYER PIANOS
with human-like control contains al' the
latest improvements and deviees. Tlie*
are perfect in tone, artistic in design
and cap ible of Riving life-long service.
WE INVITE COMPARISON
The very be-t material and the best
skill that money can secure are employed in their construction.
McKenzie Ave., Revelstoke, B. C.
Head Office and Factory, Toronto, Ont.
Phone, 262
Oc flDatl-freualb
PLBLISHED   WEDNESDAY   AND
SATURDAY  AT
REVELSTOKE. B.   C.
interior ftabltebino Company?.
Limited
J.   K.   JOHNSON    Manacer.
RALPH  G.   SOB 1*1 UN.   Editor
<vO_^ I Ih "*&■* L A"Br. l>
WEDNESDAY,  JULY 23rd.  1913.
PRICES
MAINTAIN
LEVEL
ADVERTISER   OF   FACTS
Look!!    Prices Cut!!
No. 2-2x4   2x6    $13
No.    I   2x8      $19
No.    1-2x10   2x12    $20
Wi- are overstocked in No. 2 and No. I Cedar
dimension and offer above prices as long as
materiel lasts.
FOREST
FIRES
CONTROL
Bictorio, B.C., July J2-Tho Province has botn remaviaaly free 'from
forest flres during the past week. Rain
appears lo ha.e been generally prevalent. Reports received from tho
wardens in different districts sliow au
inusually satisfactory condition of
affairs. In. the South Port George dis
trict, from which light rains are re-
I orte.l, there lms been one tire on tho
railway whieh wus subdued by t-ho
contractors wilhiu an hour. Another
small outbreak in t^he same district
occupied the attention of tifte.n meu
but did no material damage.
in the Nel-on district where ram
en*.l temporary win 1 storms have prevailed there have bein live small tires
bul all were extinguished without difficulty. The railway companies, build
inu or operating in that district, have
undertaken to take special precautions
i gainst lires arising along their routes
In  the coa<i     district,    Cranbrook, '
Vernon, Kamloops, Prince Rupert and
Lillooet  wet   weather has  been     pre-'
valent and no tires ave reported from !
these districts,   The iains have not ex
tended  cast   of      Revelatoke  to      any
great  extent and in  ihe  vicinity        of
Goldiii the timber is very dry. j
(T-
Wifey Canes Rival
Pitlsliuig, Pa.. July 22—Wheu John
Huttinjer and Mrs. Alice Linhcart,
weight ISO pounds, were embra ing
each oilier in West Park, Mrs. Huttin-
ger, who weighs 105 i,nd who has always believed herself t:i bc the head
of th • lluttinger household, appeared
nn the s. ene.
Mrs. Huttinger seized her husband's
ean' und ba'a.ii nre.l Mr-. Linhcart over
the beat! and shoulders banding ber a
\et*'al lash with every b O.v ihat stung
c.s deeply a^ did the whirling stick.
Mr. ll ittinger i nalfy managed to get
between liis wife an.l Mrs. fjltthearl
and the latter was aide io get out of
the angry wife's way.
A i'irk policeman appeared on ihe
sen.' at this Juncture and placed the
three under air st. They were fined
iin each, charged with disorderly conduct.
Globe Lumber Company
J
Ottawa, July 22—The high . st of
living ha-' ceased t.i'trend upward. On
the eeilier hand n shows no sig is at
present uf sagging downward, ins up
wai el tendency whicb has lieen uPV<>r-
.int. since July 1911, apparently reached its Umax six month- ago, ioriur-
:Ira half of lhe pre em yoai,
the high poin! rea hed neither amine
ed or receded, During six moiths ti..'
new high point rea hed in the litinr
par:  of  l'J12 has     simply been main-
*    :
In the department ot labor   rhe in-
'. x n n to iiwHca
ving   i- •"
... :  137      'I hi
per     rent.
:. - '
Thf Aepar i nol at the pr.'s
,. '   i *• "  "
:   T
m tb.-
• h ■
- : many
while «•
■ ■nt down luzurie      11
*
NORWAY
TO BE A
REPUBLIC
■
■
Old    ■ r.,wn     prio e  olaf  li.i'-f.  oa
[commo loantry.
I  man was ling    a
Aeefk  ago in   ;h«'  /.nd-na  where
Iiiii"  prince  plays,   He   was   ■
I
11  is reported thai     when     Queen
Maud  beard  ol these facts,  -die    *a
pro tra »d *"t*itb anxiety and Hobt ied
foi houi . repeatedly saying that tba
loyal family mu t, leara the oountry,
'li" the WU now before the 8W-
lliing virtually puN n premium 'en
Olal'i hi a i
The   bill   provide!   ihai   if   the    king
nnd  queen  'lie  wll bout a   mnle      i
Norway shall  become ;, republic,
*ih"     anti-monnr bj    n
making   great headway  here,  and   Uie
outlook  for the royal family        any
Uiinr but bright!
Must You Be Bald?
What have you done to stop your
hair from falling? Have you tried
Rexall "93" HalrTonlc? If not, we
want you to try It at our risk.
If you have dandruff; if your hair
is falling out nnd your scalp irs uot
glazed and shiny, if you use Uexall
"913" Hair Tonic according to directions for thirty days, and at the end
of tbat time you are not thoroughly
satisfied with the results and will tell
ua so, we will immediately hand back
your money. We won't ask you to
promise anything. We won't even
question you. We will take your
:ucre word and return your money.
Doesn't it stand to reason that
Rexall "93" Hair Tonic must be a
uiflity good remedy and have given
great satisfaction to our customers if
we endorse it like tins? We know of
no similar remedy that is as good. It
is because of what Hexall "93" Hair
Tonic bas done for others that wo
back it with our own money.
Why suffer scalp and hair troublo
or be bald, when Hexall "93" Hair
Tonic  will  remove dandruff,  make
your scalp  ifortablo and healthy,
promote bur growth and tend to
pre vent baldness — when wc will
pay for tha treatment should'it fail
tei please yuu'.'
We don't obligate you to anything. Veeei -imply buy the treatment: use it, and if not pleased,
come buck t'» us empty-handed — and
we will band back what you paid ub.
Two sizes, 50o and S1.00 a bottle.
You can buy Itexull "03" Hair Tonio
in this community only at our store:
WALTER   BEWS.
RVvMntoUc Itrltlili Columbia
m JfessSS ■"<"•
Then< i.< n Iti-uill BtOIS in nmrly evnry town
nv in th" t;mi,.,l Htatos. Hiiniuln nne
e.r.e.t llrileim. TheTO m n different Roxiill
Ite-iieiylv le.r nenrly ,'V'TV ordinary human ill—
e-ieh e..p,rei!i!ly ilmiirnM for tho pnrticuliir ill
leer whlHe |l i. re-re,mlliereell'el.
The Utiill Storri are America'! Greeted
Ilnm storet
^
For  Quick  Sale
House, Corner Second and. McArthur, 50
Feet, Easy Terms  $2950
House,   modern,   Fifth   Street,    50  Feet,
Easy Terms  $3000
House, Corner Robson and Fourth Street,
50 Feet, Easy Terms  $2900
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
JOHN D. SIBIiAU), I'RRS.
J. D. SIBBALD, JR., BitC.
^=
Jf
Dominion Security Co., Limited
OF REVELSTOKE, B. C.
bej> to announce that tbey have opened up offices at the
corner of I'irst Street and Connaught Avenue for the purpose of handling real estate, timber, etc. It will pay you to
call and j;et particulars, and net in on ground door prices.
We also make a specialty of listed properly.
A. McRae,
President.
T. Kilpatrick,
Sec-Treasurer
P. O. Drawer Ko. 4.    Telephone N'o. 321.
The Revelstoke Boot, Shoe and Harnesp
Repairing Department
ARMSTRONG   &.   COMPANY
MAKERS   OF    FINE    WELT    SHOES
The style, the workmsinslv'p a^d wear
And comfort born of every pair;
Of 20th Century welts that's sold
Will draw new trade, and hold the old.
Everybody Knows the Value
of a Combination Safe .   .   .
But there are still a few people who don't
know what a safe combination  Hell's  Bread
and   New Zealand  I'utler make	
G. W. BELL
P. O.  Box 208
GROCER & BAKER
Phone No. 23
SMSMK.OJM
-uickly stops  coutIis, cures colds, and  heals
ne throat and lungs*       H       11       23 cents.
COMING EVENTS
*     OPERA HOUSE    *
Revelstoke. July 28. 1913
July 2:1—Mei chants Monster Picnic to
St. Leon Hot SprlpgB.
august *2.*>—The Making of the Panama Cnnal and Balkan War, Kinemacolor Pictures, EmprcsB theatro.
AugiiBt 2C—Billy Clifford, Empress
theatre.
August—.—"Satan" 5000 Ieet wonderful Motion Pictures, Empress theatre
A  Grand  Revival of that
Play that will Live Forever
'Uncle Tom's I
The Piano Retails
for    $400.00   Cash
AGENTS WANTED
TO   SELL   OUR    FAMOUS
"RED TAG TREES"
LIBERAL.   COMMISSION
AND    GOOD   TERRITORY
WRITR a i  Over. Km IVi.r. Pa RTHti.aks td
THE ERASER VALLEY NURSERIES. LIMITED
T. ii. DROSTBi Sbcrrtauv
BOX .04 ALDERGROVE.   B. C.
Cabin'
J
or life among tbe lowly
On ■ Stupendous and Magnificent m-.iIc, wiih all tbe added
features tnat have made famous
Stetson's
UNCLE TOMS CABIN CO.   J
r.rnl Transformation Scene
and Mechanical Ivlfccts
Stetson's   Military   Band
Cfr THC CREAT STRCET PARADE
'>'  '      ThO     Rent     H.iei   L.lllie,;     lllleuil
Hounds.
HEAR THE BAND CONCERT FREE
Seats on Sale at Macdonald's   Drug  Store
I
FRESH
STRAWBERRIES
EVERY MORNING
AT  THE-
REVELSTOKE
NURSERIES
W, H. rottruff, Prop.
PHONE 56 WEDNESDAY, JULY 23rd. 1913.
THE   MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
PAGE FIVB
1
r
Eree Public Telephones on Each Floor
Rest Room for the use of the Public on the Second floor,
New House Furnishing and Carpet
Department on Second Floor.
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. S. /fume * Co.. limited
Watch Our Windows for
Special Lines and Bargains During This Month
Look at Price Tickets.
IFOIR,   THE   PIClvTIC
Children s Sun Bonnets 15c
Parasols at        -    - 1.00
Wash Waists at -     - 1.00
Children's Dresses    ■ 90c
Ladies Dresses
Boys Wash Suits
$1.90
1.35
Children's Play Suits     90c
Men's  Furnishing Department
BARGAINS! BARGAINS!
This week will be a bonanza to any
person wishing seasonable goods at prices
which will make them smile.
SLATER SHOES ON SALE.—One hundred pairs at a price that has
never before been attempted. Box Calf, Patent Leathers, Kid and
Tan Calf.    All the one price $3.65 per pair
STRAW HATS—We must clear out every straw hat in the house at once
and to do so we must cut the prices square in half.
Any Stiff Straw or Boater in the Store for. $1.25
Any Soft Straw for $1.35
BARGAINS!   BARGAINS!
Panama   Hats
Just a few left and we must finish   them   out.   Regular—
$10.00 Hats for $6.00
$ 7.50 Hats for $4.75
Knitted  Neckwear
We have just received from New York a shipment of Men's
Knitted Ties. All new and nobby patterns and at what we
consider phenomenal prices. For Friday and Saturday
only these Ties will be on sale at	
45C EACH
Our" Grocery and Crocker^ 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 Slicer. It saves you time and worry and ensures satisfaction to yojur self and family. Every slice is the same
thickness, just as you like it, thin, medum or thick.
Try ourCooked Ham.   Every slice ready to serve.
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
We have a large stock of Wilson's Fly Pads; Tanglefoot 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.
I Specials for Friday and Saturday I
$   Post Tavern Special (breakfast food) per package....    15c
$   Lowney's Ground Chocolate, per tin     ioc
$   Chicken Tamales     |5c   fl
frflflflfrfr it, ,1, fr fr fr ,i, fr fr fr ,i, fr ,|, ,t, fr fr ,i, fr ,i, .inSHSHSHSHfr-t, .j, ,i, fr fl flf
House Furnishing Department
Gearing • lot ol Muslin Curtain Draperies in
our House FurnUhlngi Department—White,
Cream ami Colored Window and Art   Draping!
that sell at 35c to 50c.   On sale now at
25c
All Our Carpet hy the yard are K"i"K on sale at
O.M* THIRD OCT the RcKular I'rice. You
can huy
$1.50 Carpet for $1.00
JAP MATTING    -N'ice  for   Bedrooms   and
Summer Kooins, at
35c to 65c
CARPETS—A very  pretty   Brussels  Square
Carpet, 9x9 feet, «oo<l deeign.     Special Price
$14.65
i ■?'
TAGE SIX
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, JULY 23rd. 1913.
iMr
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1if'«niiHi!)i!«wmmim!'Mli5ffl."i!ri'iilllll
iii ; m
The above shows how Wilson's
Fly Pads will kill all the flies in your
dining-room or store at night.
By adopting this plan you have
neither flies nor fly killers about
during the daytime.
Wilson's Fly Pads are sold by all Druggists and Grocers.
SEVEN
AGES OF
LOVE
WE THANK YOU I!
I G
For Your Past Patronage
in a more practical man-
■   .■•■ ■■'•     alsi  te■ induce yiiu   to  continue
bi    •        to u'i it to si me
■ • ■ '    . ■■       torn      a ,. nt consisting of
THE BEAUTIFUL
UPTON GRAND PIANO
-   IJIIIIftl ■ ;,      ll,     tit" ',,  .     fl   •
(O I e[    (etir    Stle] I '    Slid
trument,    I'oii   li
: it, gifi asutti/oii, .Comi
11 ■ u s e>
GIVING AWAY THIS PIANO
-
■
Lawrence  Hardware  Co,
When a girl writes me a request for
'advice and says  ihat she is  "'infatu -
ialeu" SHE IS UNDER SEVENTEEN
Sho means to     describe the    supreme
1 love oi a long life, a love incoraprehen-
sible, Immeasurable, etc. And she hates
you honestly when you tell her   that
: her favorite verb always implies a love
: which is  temporary!
"I care fl, 'great deal for Iiim."
Thai'.- TWENTY.I
She' admits that murh and no more
She is always the passive receipient
of u man's devotion, expectant, but
not loo obviously anxious for it. The
item she will not confess to in her lovo
is the very high value she sets on her
own pretty sell.
I TWENTY-FOUR becomes intense. "I
adore him,'' she write-'. If they qi*ai*
1 ol, she knows she is to blame. Were
he to die she would immolulate her -
self like an Indian widow on his funeral pyre. She idealizes him. She would
care' for him like a mother, even to
tin' darning of his so■'<<.
To twenty-four loving a mau means
spoiling him.
But TWENTY-SEVEN has probably
more than one diamond ring and sue
no longer Hatters man. "Does he real
ly lovo me," she inquires.
Love irf skeptical at twenty-seven.
THIRTY seldom asks questions about heart affairs. I have often won -
dered why. I be'ieve it is because all
the married thirties are very content
with their new little families, aud all
the unmarried thirties are ambitiously
making their  reputations ln business.
If thirty does query sho says: "lie is
perfectly respectable and his salary is
so-nnd-so. But do you think I can
get along with his mother?" The practical element is strong in the love of
th:ity.
THIRTY-FIVE says "love" un-
shamedly, but say-' it only once, as
if it were not a 'heap word to be used
1 areh --'y tee a stranger.
Of course no woman ever falls in
low after she is thirty-live. Conven -
tion does not permit it. She must
cherish ihe dream of her past, even
imtokeeping ber HEART SACRED
TO   THE   MAN:WHO-NBVER   CAME
But all a--'- ask:
"What is Inv
I   DON'T  KNOW.
Bui 1 .,: going to tell you what—
"the 1:    .c- of love"  scent to me
I am iroing to write it in seven
ers.
■ h";i  you  havo read  them, see
out what LOVE real-
I
I am sui ■ if you, or the Ensrlish mil-
love, \ve -.-lil not
*    "obey" or any
n the dictionary! —Cal -
•. w   Telegram.
Ti ■    comm to   en -
th      defences to the Dutch
o     1 .n favor   of
omprising
:' 21,000  ton .  :::■■
.itione-d
Detraction   of   a
•■   ,r. fort     at Jan-
- '.     b tion   of a
'■'.vim
'■M
Best
For Frying
The goodness and
delicacy of fried foods depends
upon the fat used for frying.
Swift's Silver-Leaf Lard
may be heated to a high degree without scorching or discoloring. This puts a delicate brown crisp crust on the food so
quickly that it prevents its becoming grease
soaked, and it enables you to use
Swift's Silver-Leaf Lard many times for
frying before clarifying.
It is economical, pure, efficient and /l<l
does not flavor the food cooked in
it.   Canadian Government in
spected put up always in tight
covered, new tin pails, 3 sizes.
Ask
Vour
Dealer for
Silver-Leaf
Swift Canadian Co. Ltd.
^Toronto   Winnipeg   Edmonton
A/04.
mm&
\Xard>
'•?flDo*Stt    J
y*a*«K .
wL * -.- •••*.
J^^+IPl    iorl   or
It     i    • -**.
| Look
^llaoei on     rybai
1T
■ ility    I,
.   . • *.*/*•■   and
thorOU   h a .*/< -/action.
PORTLAtf
Ql, CEM
-r-)
NT
It is on   '.cry bag of
Canada Portend cement
TNLESS yon have facilities for testing crmi-nt, you must
^ depend upon the manufacturer for Cement that is
reliable ■— Every car of Canarla Cement is thoroughly
tested, and unless it passes every test it is not allowr-d to leave
the mill.
You can depend upon Canada Cement.
Be sure you get it.
Canada Cement Company Limited, Montreal
If you
f.
I
Ther* 1. n Canada Cement dealer in your neighborhood
know him, nalt ul ral In. iuim
Write rur Inhrn.iliin liurr.iu Jnr it free rofijt nf llir IW ft afe hnnlt
Or l.irttirr t.,in Do With CtntrtU
•Hl.it
feflsstta^^^
',,,   nr,l
DOMINION     LANDS,    RAILWAY
BELT,    RBVBLBTOKB
DIVISION.
Dublie Notice iB hereby given that
cn Thursday, the 17th day of July,
l'J13, vm-ant and availablo Dominion
Lands in the Hevelstoke dub-Agency
will be opened for general homestead
entry to eligible applicants. Lands in
timber berth and Ian,Is otlnrwi-e reserved are not open to settlement.
Lands 111 the Eagle River Valley are
included in this Sub-Agency.
Homesteads will bc granted by legal
subdivision of forty acres or less;
duties, six months, residence in each
of three years and a total oi four acre^ thoroughly cleared, stumped and
cultivated, and four acres rough-cleared and cultivated, a reasonable' proportion each year.
Entry may be granted oa vacant
even numbered legal subdivisions oi
forty acres or less as Conditional
Pure hase Homesteads; personal application required; I'rice, Five Dollars
($5.0Uj per acre payable one-iiMi in
cash at time of entry, balance in four
equal anuual instalments with inter -
est at live per cent; total uitivation
required of eu-ht acre'-, f, irOUghly
eieaivd, stumped an.l cultivated,
and 8      acres       rough       clcarol
and e-ultivated residence required lor
at least sii mouths during tbc last
year of earning paten: in a house
worth at bast three hundred dollars
ommensement oi cultivation duties re paired within six months
after date of entry; .entry non-n*sign-
, able, cancellable unless reasonable pro-
pcriion of cultivation duties done during each of the live year
On the lTih, ISth and to noon on
•he lub of July, application for entry mn ' elstoke Will have' pro-
rrieaett.
*»in     on   Itenninion  I.andf     in
STth   01 '.n  ,'eny other Pomln-
■•en f.und-'.  will uol  hereafter be al -
lowed, an I will reiult In lot   ofclaiis
an I  ''or     * oi  I     • ov. m-nt*.
KABBRi
Bupl   B. G   LRnd«.
■tana    1 Uh  June,  i*ji3.
WATKll    NOTICE
I •   Water
M in    hereby    given   tbat Tno
Uailway < om^uny of
tl   a*.I     Vancouver,   will   apply
for a li'*nse     to   ake anl    ust)     two
r '.f I   inr nei ond of  .va'er out of
« n'ream tl, ,,f (1 mile weet
••;sto-i'' 'a'ion, which flows ln
a southerly dire tion thtough nnd
rt'on .,f Idivlstoka Town-
cite, and empties Into Columbia river
near Revelatoke Tho water mil be
diverted at a point ore- ,uarter mil*
from  O.P R.  main line and  will        bo
i**i foi industrial puipo*«N on thn
land desoribed I 'anadian 1'aelrV
Hallway Company's ttation ground*
St Rovelstoke.
TMi   notice    wa-<    pout"!   oa the
lit day of May,  I HI.
'lhi'  Spplloatlon      will  be  filed  in  lh»
,f  lhe  Wa'fr  RMtrdSt at HevM-
-toke.
11 i)actloOI may be AM with th" «aid
U'nte,   Reeotdei  nt  wiili the (omptrol
lei ol we,ier itii-hN, PuUamsnt Bnnd
lng«,  victonn.  B.O.
Canadian Padflt Hallway Company
Applicant, Hy K. W. Hateman.
Agent,  Van-X)iiver, n.O.
NOTICE.
The rublic arc cordially invited to
attend a Reception to be tendered the
Captain nnd Oilicers of H.M.S. Now
Zealand, on Friday lho 2.">th instant,
at 'J p.m., in the Parliament Duild -
Inge,  Victoria. ...
Mis Honor the Lieutenant-Governor,
the Honorable J.D. lla/cn, the Premier and Members of the Government,
will be present. Full dress is requested.
H. B. YOUNG,
Provincial Secretary
Insert  to date.
1 CORPORATION   OF   XII13 CITY OF
RBVBLBTOKB.
Notiee i-  hereby  given that tho Annual sitting ol the Court of Revision
of the City  ,e(  itevelstoke to hear all
I complaints ag*ainst the A.ss.eMHmcnt for
j the year 1913 a-' niadq hy the Assessor
| will  he  h I.l   in  tbe  Council  Chamber,
Oity HaU, nn Tuesday, August   5th,
at 8 p.m.
Dated at  City  Hall, Rovelstoke, 13.
C,  June 2Sth,  1913.
W. A. GORDON,
Acting City Clork.
1st list July 2, lOt.
NOTICE
Th" ' '. 'ii ,al Public are hereby
notiflad that duly -Mid, Wednesday,
ba ben el apart a« Uu dato tor the
le.elilinj 'if the Retail Merchants ol
Revelstoki tnausj Tin,., and that
in aocordanoe with a resolution of tbo
City Oouadl, I hereby rei|Ue-et that
date be observed as a Revelstoko pub-
Holiday
T.   KILPATRICK,
Mayor,  City  ol Revelstoko.
NOTIOB.
Revelstoki Lnnd District.
Dlatrlol of Weet Kootenay.
Take notice that Claude Wataon
Cameron of Nakttsp, B.C., occupation
fruit Rancher, intend* to apply for
1'imlMioa to purchase tbo following
'lr -erib"d Innde.
Commtrvlng at ft po-t planted at
North [Cart c0rn«r of Timber Limit
Number 5371, thenco «outh 60 chahw,
hn I «a«t io chains, tbenee following tbe m ander mg of the lake to place
of OOtnmsncfment, rontalnlng one bun
etrod acreo more or less.
Datsd June :*nd, 1913.
CLAtmE WATBON CAMERON
1st I'tiie June 7. 60d.
n
Your
Individuality
Delineated
There is aiharacter expressed in Tourner Photo-
gi.ipb sibat nrrests attention. Models of nrtistic
and scientific skill,faithfully reproducing that indefinable "something" thai
makes s photo a "speaking" likeness.
Whv endure the usual
stilted and repressed -.ulc
when yon can get something different and belter    for the same pi i,v .'
Look Us Up!
The
Trueman
Studio
Jt. Douglas Tourner
u
t
*>
lJ$&Jl u
••/
Come and look at our Triangle Bad
Lous   guaranteed for ever.
PRICE,   b LB. IRON, $^.90
AG.   DUCK
Batimstei given Iree
We solicit a share iei Mnn patronage
Bpecial attention given to children
UNION BARBER SHOP
We have ju^t opened
a sheep in the   .       .
IDEALP00LR00MS
After Six Years Service
to the Revelstoke public we
scarcely need an introduction
JOS. HACK
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer     Draying
Handling Pianos a Specialty
Phone 42 -   Night Phone 85 WEDNESDAY, JULY 23rd. 1913.
THE   MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
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STARTS TO-DAY
This Will be a Great Money-Saving Sale; the desired object being to rid
ourselves of all Spring and Summer Merchandise and to have ready for
the new season an entirely new stock.
WE ARE GOING TO GIVE YOD THE BIGGEST COL-
LECTION OF BARGAINS EVER GIVEN IN THIS CITY
EN'S SUITS
We allow none but Clothing of repute to find a place in our Store, therefore we can
give an absolute guarantee with every garment sold. Note the makers and prices.
Society Brand, Coppley, Noyes & Randall, and the House of Hobberlin.
SUITS WORTH  $35.00
30.00
25.00
20.00
17.00
15.00
SALE PRICE, $26.50
22.00
17.50
13.50
10.90
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BOYS' FINE TWEED SUITS FOR $5.40
Boys' Bloomer Suits
Extra good values   here   for   Boys   between  the  ages of 8  and  16.
The newest cut in 2  and   3   button   Double-Breasted   Coats.   Full
Sox--8 Pairs for $1.00
Regular 25c per pair brown and black and mixture.
SALE PRICE, $5.40
MEN'S SHOES
25 Pairs of Boys' Plain Knickers
These are Regular from 75c to $1.75.   They are made of dark grey
Tweeds of strong, dependable quality, full lined.   All plain bottoms.
SALE PRICE, 40c
In this lot are included a variety of this Season s Best Footwear in the
most desirable styles and made by" such well-known makers as Geo. A.
Slater and Murray Shoe Co.    Every pair Goodyear Welt sewn.   oAll
leathers and all sizes.   Values up to $6.00	
SALE PRICE, $3.90
Underwear!      Underwear!
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40 Pairs Boys' Shoes,  all sizes.   Sale Price          $1 90
Regular 75c Balbriggan for 45c.                     Boys' Balbriggan for 25c
MENS SHIRTS
Men's and Boys' Hats
Men's and Boys' Straw and Linen Hats at HALF PRICE. All styles to
choose from.
100 Men's Felt Hats.   Regular Price $3.00         	
cTWen's Shirts.   Reg. $1.50 line.                       Sale Price, 75c
They come in plain colors and fancy stripes, and all the most
fashionable colors,   o4.ll sizes.     Sale Price                                75c.
Boys' Negligee Shirts.    Reg. up to $1.25.    Sale Price,                        65c
Men's Silk Shirts, in white, cream, Pongee  and  Fancy" Stripes.    Reg.
SALE PRICE, $1.90
$5.50.   Sale Price                               $2.95
Men's Working Shirts, in dark twill and sateen and light stripes.   Sizes,
14* to 17^.   July J5ale Price                     65c
NECKWEAR
WASH SILK NECKWEAR.   Reg. 75c.   Sale Price    40c
The balance ot our Boys' Wash Suits and Blouses  at HALF PRICE
100 Overall Smocks.   Reg. 1.00 and 1.25.    Sale Price     65c
IVTRAE MERCANTILE CO., LIMITED
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THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,  JULY 23rd.  1913.
LOCAL and GENERAL
H. Thompson of Winnipeg, is in the
city.
J.H. Grandy of Minneapolis, is in
the oity.
Mrs. Wl H. Horobin is paying a
visit  to Halcyon
. .ind Mrs. F. LrOUlding of Sidney
Ua ... are in the city.
Mr, aad Mrs. J.H. McDonald, of
E lmouton, are in town.
Mrs. .en : Miss Nael.a . were shopping
in  ihe  city  on  Monday.
N.  Hadgkins' oi     Lethbridge, is   a
..-  the King  Edward today.
:,; i . oi Edmonton, is   u
it the  King   Edward this week.
v  . Lewis ii c  miueut resi-
dVn -   il W mm. am,  '.i.i  in th • eitj   on
Mon -
._•  mountuin  visitors' in    town
i:.. .,     Mi. an t Mrs. E. Walker
of  Fi • 1.
J.h. St igg e>: rl re Valley, an.l
j.i   , ,. .    Keloi ua. are at  the King
.        e .
.-*   ':■■   i amei on ol V   ■ •  mver, Ls am-
-* o     op over in
i. lay.
G. Pi       rei        ...mi., came
■ t on   ,io   lay's   curly
ound express,
J, Fleshman the Vancouver jeweller,
is ma ■ ng in ol liis : n iodical visits
to Revelsto ■ •■ this week.
Among far eastern tourists to visit
i ek i-     Mr. George
.■■a. ol Hanford Con
.  Lee  of the  Forest  Mills  stall,
om a   , two weeks well-
■   the c 'ti-'.
. :- ■ . of :. :.. ol Ni; on <.-.
Stewart, oi Seymour Arm. was a
monday visitor to Revelatoke.
The Bmpress theatre stage i> being
enlarged, nad when compl ■ ■ ■ will be
able to ■'•ii*     he      • shows
iugh,
...  an i  wifi ,
a 1 Mr.  Frank Mulhall ot Kel-
irshere   tod iy,   guest -
i Ing  Bdw ird.
visitors to
B rs Hi    an.l   Mra    .'.
■ i    ;..      - i    , mid  W.
;              v'   \ .-t n  ■ ,iy
■i Day-
Fam mis for
ine are in
b ■  Ed
.ill  be hell
in .ti church  on  Friday
Sunday the*
tnion v erve i
mine sen
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WOODEN
RAILWAY
RAILS
Few railway men still iu active service have a record extending back to
the days when, wooden rails were ised
in place of steel and trains could not
run when it was raining. Of Ihut
small baud one at least is as alight
and full of vigor as he ever was. lhat
is Mr. Robert Miller, who occjinas ua
important position iu the upsetting
department of the .Canadian I luilic
Railway at Windsor station, Montreal
Mr, Miller, who recently celebi*a''->d lho
fortieth anniversary of his entry iuto
railway work, began railroading on
July li, lie":!, on the old Richelieu,]
Drunimoud and Artbabaska Railway,
one of the wooden railways that ha>l
been built through the aid of the rro- ]
vince of Quebec a e-ottple of years previously, and taken over hy thc Sout1'
Eastern Railway.
"These wooden railways," Mr. Miller told a Montreal Witness reporter,
"including the Gosford Railway, U"W
part of the C.N.R. from Quebec to
l.uke St. John, were heavily subsidized by the Provincial Legislature oi
Quebec, and were built for $5,0t>0 per'
mlfe, including grading, bridges (ex -'
cspting ilie bridge over the Yuma-ku
River), stations, au I sidings. The
rails won- of maple four inches by
seven, and were secure I to the ties by1
a notch cut into it (our inches' dee-p
and Ave inches wide, into which the
tail was laid, and two wedges tightly
■ mii between the rail and the cut in
the- tie, so that no iron whatever was
u-v I in construction,
"When a mil was worn by the Hange
of the- wheels, it was taken out, turn-
el and replaced, >o that a new edge
was next tn ihe- wheel. A tie clear
of knot- lasted the life of the railwao
as a woodtn on-—about four years—
lau : ■ ted on - Inste i only a few-
months.
"The wooden road could not be operated in the Winter, :h snow .lodging on ' ie rail and the wheels of the
locomotive would revolve rapidly with
out  moving forward an Inch. It e-ould
not 1 perated during a heavy rain—
hal luring a two or three day-'
rain.
"1 remembered," continued Mr. Mil-
l r "an ine   ■ m     In this   connection,
when it   was raining  hi   vily at Drum-
niond-e ili-     The train  .' a     talle ! ther,'
'iwo or three days.   1'   was not"  rain-
11    -  .        .'. :■:■-   : I  ■   ';;; er it.; dents
office  w.i    lo nted,  and  he  wired    mo
■ hat th       mai ter with Xo.  1
We had only two trains, but th'y were
numbered  all   ri  I h   Mv   reply
was 'Held by rain.'   To   hf same in-
■ iiii: t again, th« lollowing
■ :-.      ■ the
■■ram from  the
i  ha Dod-worth.
This
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NEWS FBDM FAR AND NEAR I
Pointed Paragraphs of Provincial Interest   I
The contracl  for the new drydock at I    In the House of Commons lust week
LaUzon, Quebec,
Messrs. M.P. & J
of $2,721,116.   G.  0.  Hurrell  of
toria, gets the contract for the con-!352 to 243.   Thi
has    been  let      to  the motion of Andrew Bonar Law, the
T.Davis at a price opposition leaders, rejecting the Home
Vic-1 Rule Bilf,  was defeated by a vote   ol
bill then passed    its
sanction of the observatory  building  third reading without division.
at Gonzales Heights, Victoria, at $11- j
Application for two stalls la Smith-
| field meat market, London, by Armour
Because  the     amount    of  Canadian  & Company was  opposed   at a meeting
gold  being  submitted  to  the  refining  0f the eity corporation, ou the grounds'
process at the Ottawa b'aueh of   the that there is a great matter of     im-
Royal Mint is increasing year by year portnncc underlying  it and  questions j
the    government    is  taking steps    to  which must be discussed of most, vital
■double the capacity oi     the building
and plant,   Tenders  will he called for
lhe work iu a few  weeks.   The  value
o;  gold refinec
»23.
public interest and of n very serious
nature. Mr. Kilber, who opposed the
application, said he did not want to
ast year was SfLUSS,- *)e compelled to lay his cards on the
I tableat present and suggested a special meeting ho devoted to the matter,
which was agreed to.
in the upper house of convocation
for the Province of Canterbury, the
Bishop ot Ely recently moved a reso -'   In  view  of the  British Admiralty's
lution I'or  the appointment of a com- ellorts to secure adequate supplies   oi
mittee to revise the Prayer Book and oil for the navy, the discovery of oll-
lValter.   The  resolution  waa  adopted fields in Papula is ol tho highest im-
unanimously.   The Bi-hop ot Ely said portan.-e to that  country.   If the an -
"that all  were aware  that  the  Prayer ticiputiotis  of     the     disco\*ere(s      are
Book and psalter contained some pas- fully realised the    industry  ln  Papua
sages which, to speak the truth,    aro is certain    to reach the largest    pio-
not far  removed    from    being     non- portions and will revolutionize devel -
BUSINESS LOCALS
You can huy a granite dish pan
for 50c. at the Revelstoke Hardware
Company.
Tickets for the Monster Merchants
Picnic at St. Leon Hot Springs, now
on sale at both drug stores and the
McRae Mercantile Co.
Do you want an income investment
or desirable residence property— Consult H. N. Coursier.
"The Lost Son,"—Great, Lubin Dra-
ma in two partsi, Pathes Weekly, show
ing the world's events In motion pictures. The Titanic Memorial in New
York, Mutt and Jell meet. n sand
storm and an ostrich and many others, a great comedy. The Gent from
Honduras, a dashy comedy. Wednes
day and Thursday, Star theatre.
GALT COAL is handled exclusively
in Revelstoke by the RevelBtoke General Agencies, Ltd.
Coursier's Clean Smokeless Coal is
the  kind for cooking.
Seo the Revelstoko Hardware Co.'s
add for Bargains in Granite Ware.
Remember the tickets for the merchants Monster Picnic to St. Leon hot
springs on Wednesday, July 23t\l, are
i ow on sale at both drug stores and
the McRae Mercantile Co. store.
sV-nse." The Archbishop ot Canterbury
promised to appoint a committee for
this purpose forthwith.
The Department of Railways is ar -
ranging to e-all tenders for section 3 of
the new Wetland canal, in the course
of a week or so. This is the largest
part of the job, and it is desired to
have  operation- started as early      as
opment there, lt is well known that
the Admiralty are almost at titheii*
wits' end to discover new sources oi
oil supplies in View oi the spread ol
the use uf oil for warships.
The Lord Mayor of London, has
opened a lunil to raise £90,000 lo purchase Crystal Palace for tho nation.
Perkins Bull,  president of  the  British
possible.    Three of  the light  locks and   Canadian Realty Company! sent Cllllll)
:ii isolated einc, are to he built. Oon-
traets for section 1 will I"' let iu a few
.ays. Anothei lame job about to be
awarded is the contract to build the
government drydock at Levis. Tho
cost will be ahout §4,000,000, and the
contracts have been received.
As an opening price -~i cent-1 has
been offered by tho canners on the
Fraser for eaeh sockeyo salmon. This
hi.- been a        - ■   lhe    Japanese
fishermen's association, This is twice
us much as was offered in March,1909,
although ihe prieesof -ulmon in the
ran tie no iletter at the consuming
I oiut~ thm Ihey were then. The can-
nei*8  state that thia price is offered in
to iii'iuc-- men to stay with their governor-general of Canada for     one
rontrac     an!  also because a number year.     The cablegram further
i'l  independent firms have start  tlii^t   lii-   Royal  Highness  is likely to
. i 'ip who are   ail have no risk     as return to Canada dm in-, the aut min,
.'car and  wi.o     e-an when it is hoped thnt Her Roya  High-
afford to pay hi.--      pri es   hm   the ness the     Duoheu of Connaught will
This,   the  old-time  i,ave    ulliciintly   recovered  from      her
he rule in  the "big  illness  which  mvessitated  her  .lopart-
years." una last to accompany bim.
"Thi- i- the anniversary of the birth
oi Oanadian Confederation," he writes
"1 felt that 11ould not better celebrate ihe day  than by sending B10O0
for the fund. We Canadians ior three
quarters ofa century have lieen following the lead (it ..nr gran 1  ..lil mun
Lord S',iaih'Oua.'' Lord Strathcona,
it should be explained, promised   tho
linul  Uu.'HItl ti, save tho palace.
sir Charles Pitapatrick administrator for Oanada, ha- received a cablegram from the .-.ecretary of state for
ih.' colonies, informing him thai the
governor-general, HU K>yal Highness
the Duke oi Connaught, has accepted
the extension oi his term ,,t office
SALES and WANTS
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mad .:.        lie Climax
hotel   bv a very mexpeuence.
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aiid -e.-r two children oon,  B.C.,
,      fi   n laj on  the   i.idd.i.   train
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axpe *   to be  away  about    hre-e   month*    They  will sail from  Mon   e,   ,,,   -PrimpOf]  VptPriM   HlPC
R.MS. Teutonic on July 26th.     Mr   V>l * ,,ta"   T5ltiail   lilti
Ce      * * em   as   far  an
Ro,r»r-- Pass.
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Revel toke, B.C., July lith, lau
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Jobn'a    Presbyterian
e       .     to expiess
to you thu thanks fo< and the appreciation  ol  'h-   -"ivni) rendered to   ihe
.  iiy you  in  the Hupplyin,:  of lho
of  the  pan-
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The Allen Players
The return of the favorite, to thia
city thii fall will be welcome news to
*■? thei're icoing publi' . Miss Verna
Felton and 'he*; Allen flayers, wlll
play i weeks' en^at'iment at the opera hou f aliout October. Durintj
th-ir throe months' holidaying on
Vancouver Island, they have been re-
hen- ring niw playi and will put before Reveletoke audiencea some of tho
moit lurcesuful production*.
Par'.icul.-irp will be annonnosd Inter,
l,  J'dy  11—■ Daniel DovU
survivor of the charge of the- Li    ' B
^aele a'   Balaclava,    le-d in    h-  count
home  of  Una    niimy  yesterday.      Ha
was born in Ireland in 1832, and ser-.
■d  twenty years in  the  British  army.
He passed through tbe charge cn' 'h"
Ijiifht Brigade a' Balaclava wlthoit a
■cratch bill, was wounded afterward by
a piece ofa .shell ,n fnkerman, in ttie
Crimea. Ho never received any p'-ns-
inn from Kndnnd, and In- lived in
thia city for n<*arly 40 yeari Whenever he hnd I ived any eon idcrable
sum of money, hn made long tripa to
various part* of the world looking fot
nn only sister, who nrnuiod and left
Ireland while he waJ fighting In India.
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WANTED Th-   -th.-arei
Hou -     ;•■. ond    * - ••'      .■ di i     n> •■■
management,   well fumi hed
and   Rrat-clai     hoard for   m«i.
Term    "■» one   ■ 2t.
WANTBD    \   W.eti.-,. for    ItovHstoke
'hop IIouh.',  M' Kefi'H' ii  ■•nne
TOR     BAI iai    HonaetoM
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WANTBD   To rni,   ,   t ,,,   ',  Hoomitwl
bOUM,     will  take le-a^' for     year If
heiisee     lUitaMe     An-,   imnv  having
ii 'able  hon-*   lo  ren I,   pli>axe)  write
to R,x  M I. Rati I "ike. B, 0.
rOtJNO A Itiinrh ol K"y«, wven kny<
■ ii U .t *hi li one m a not Ofl I
ki-y Thr-jf i»re on , <vt«ml ring. Owner run h«v« name by oallite ■ P Hail
Herald Office and proving property,
Kill!    BALB    Two    PadigfM    Air.'Wle
nit h  Pupa, thm moniba old, cheap
Appl iitlewood,   RevoNtok*.
NOTICE.
in  the  Mntter  of   tho  Land  Registry
Act, nnd in the Matter of Lot  17,
Block 21,      lie .*el»'toite    City  Map
63 6 A.
To Whom it may concern:—
Whereas the following title deod of
the a' ove mentioned property has
been lost namely; -Conveyance dated
le-t Match, 1905, from Frederick William Drown to Minnie A. Brown
Thi l- to s;ive' notioe to anyone into
whose possc-sion the aforesaid title
deed may have come ami who has any
knowledge of the whereabouts of the
said d"0d lo deliver ^ame to the undersigned Samuel it. Roe. Esq., District Registrar of Lund Titles Nelson.
And turtb r Tako Not i.e that fail -
in,- thc production of this deed within font • weeks from lho date of the
Aral publication hereof that the said
District Ite.i trnr vvill proceed to Is-
a- a Certificate of Title in th" name
rie Gran I Lawrence of RevelBtoke, B.C.
Dated a< the Land Registry otlice.
N'ol-'on. B.C., this 24th day o' lune.
1913.
8. R. DUE,
District H*. letrar.
June 28, One month.
WATER   NOTICE.
I. W. ■'•■. Ant-tie-, agent [or t
.   *   Mill    ui British (olumbia,  Ltd., of
..ke,     II.   i'..  by occupation a
1.umii.-i Co. Manager, give notice that
i   n ■ n.l em ;h.i ;,tii day  e.f September
m ih>- forenoon
to npply to the   Water Oomnii
; : b*.-. office at Kamloops, B.C., for a
to t ake and  use Nine . Ubic ieet
,ii watei   per   '.ond fiom Cra/y Crook
., tiii. iuu> ..! Bogle River.
The watei will be used on N.
s. Tp. -"■. H   ■, W. oth M., H.i'.. for ln-
Hustrinl purposes.
I Intend to apply at the same time
ior permlssi in io storo U2i Twelve
ai re fi el ol tb .ml water In ., reservoir at Taft, B. »'., about 300 feet
north ol Phe Canaldiad Pacific lta.il -
»ay .ni about 200 feet west of Ci'azy
Creek,
Dated Ihia »lat day of July, 1918.
W.  A.ANSTIE.
I  •  is. July i'.i. ,,no month.
w \TK.lt NOTIOB
I     Vt      V      Mi    i -.  ii   i in   lol   the   Koi
MHI oi Brll ■ Columella, Ltd., of
Revelatoke, II. <*., by ocupntion a
i.umi,I-. ' ,,   Mai    • notice ib.it
i Intend oo the Sth day of Beptember
;,' eleven o'clock in the forenoon
tonpply to 'he Water t'omniissioner,
office „- Kamloopa, Ioi a license
io lake and u i Ona cuhii feet of w;lt
si   p.-r  aecond  freiin   Cltuy   I'reek,      a
tributary e.f Ragle Hiver.
Tb" Watei will be m*'*d on N. 1, Sec.
UK, Tp. IS, ll. I, W. 6»h M., B.C., tor
Domestic   pcrpo-ina.
Dateed 'in   -'In' day of July, 1913.
W. A. ANSTIE.
I t K-i.  July 23, one month.
Mexico Fettering the Press
Meiico CHy, July 18—The Mohan
ovarnraent haa decidad to take vlg«
oioun acllon with referonc* to the sending out of falsa reports from Mexico
regarding; the situation and mat tors
<• lining to th' administration. An
• ;li tal of tbe ir.eminent summonod
nil lho loii'iga lOrreaaondente nnd in-
(oniiol ihem that maocuraU news or
thnt ronslniH n-" int' mini to injure,
ihe irovernment would be puni.Jied by
<•». Pinion from the country of tbe oor-
rc«|>onde'nt   rpiponetble.
SOCIAL and PERSONAL
Mrs. Bijuarebriggs and children have
gone to St. Leon for a holidtiy.
Mr. S'haiv, teller oJ the bank of Com'
merce, returns tomorrow from his holidays at the coast.
Mrs. Roy McDonald accompanied by
her san Teddy, have gone to Sl. Le0u
for a week or two.
Mrs. Al. Unjuhart aud little son of
Rogers Pass1, came in last Saturday to
visit for a while with Mrs. Hi Urnu -
hurl, Fourth street.
Reports horn sulvey parties along
the lini'are lo ihe ellect that the hot
spell of the last few days has almost
paralyzed the eflorts of     the various
gangs.
Mrs. Horbvrt Keegan, Fifth street,
accompanied by hor daughters. Dorothea and Muriel left Sunday afternoon
on a Vilelt  to  friends and  relative-    iu
Vancouver.
Mr. Steed who bas been thc guest of
Mrs. Coursier for the past ten days,
left on the south train Monday morning for Nelson to visit for some time
en route ea-t.
Mrs. Wilson, who has been here fot
some tl mre visiting her daughter, Mrs.
J. Paterson. Seventh street, is away
at pres'1't ona trip to Seattle and
the coast cities.
.Mrs. J. Jenkins of Third street,
who hai     •■ .1 in  tho hospital
for the past month, has improved suf-
lie-ieutly lo be removed to her horns
Inst Saturday. All iricuds join in wish
lug her a speedy  recovery.
A bill passed hisi uioijth in oui provincial legislature and uot geneially
known, as yel, is to lho ellect that iu
rural municipalities no woman may
nol.I the posit,oa of -e hool trustee nor
is illigihle to vote for school trustee.
Mrs. Edward Edwards and ihildreu
left Sunday to join Mr. Edwards in
Nanaimo. where they will reside In
future. Mr. Kdwnrds was promoted
in June from this city to lho position
of Deputy Assessor and t'eellee.'tor of
Taxes for the Nanaimo Assessment
District.
Mr. C. B. Si-sons formerly high
school teacher in Revelstoke, was mar
ried the last week In Juno. He and
hi-' bride arc now pending their bou-
eymoon with the Alpine Club ai Ch-
thedral camp, near Hector. Mr. si
on met h. bi i le thre ■ yen - ago at
il.e Alpine Club meet when she uud
Vaus of Pbilad lphiu, n famous
a riter nnd climber, were making theii
list   a ■ |.i lintanc    wiih   the   Kockies.
Mi**. Robert Urquhart entertained a
large number of friends on Monday
evening at one of the jolliest parties ot
the lummer.   Eight tables played "five
hundred'' for a couple of hours. Mrs.
J. Paterson winning a pretty prize as
highest ladies Bcore. Mr. J. Paterson
r.itri'.l ol Iii ! rs for the gentlemen. At suppei the tables formed one
long line with the usual gool timo re
milting. With Mis tilndys Urquhart
so ably performing at th'' piano, e.v
cryhody joined in the latest songs
tbey   knew Ol   1 ained      the  new   ones.
Some dancing and the "Lancers,"
1 ronuht a very pha-'ant evening to a
doso.
To increase Salaries
Ottawa,   July  22   Hon.  C.J.   Dob"
iy, minister of jitsti e, baa under consideration  ,,  ■  n i ul  .. adjustment and
increase of the    salaries of Canad n
. oiiuly    ourt   m.I.:<■ .    it i-  pointed out
ihu  the -ii'aii'-   ol  (2,500  to  •::,!...o ,
yeai are in- iilh ieni  to me t  ihe     in
creasing co-t of    living, no innrea*
Laving I n mude in tlie «alarlea ioi
many yars.
UNCLE Ti'S Uli!
Laugh and ihe World Inughs witl,
you. Weep and you will laugh with
liuiidnxl.-i of others in spite of your-
■ If, if you witness the funny antics of
Topsy and the lide-tplitUng .omicali-
tlca ol Marks, the lawyer, in Stetson's
double spectacular produetion of
"Undo Tom's Cabin," duo al the Opera House July 28th.
I nlesn action is taken by the present
session of United States congress to
ratify the treaty entered into gome
yars ngo between Canada and tbe
United States rei;iiiiliii ■ the dsherici
in international waters, it is altogetb
er likely that Canada will withdrm,
fiom lt. Although thu present session
of c-ongress wns called primarily to
deal with the taiill, it is hoped tbat
legislation to ratify the treaty may W
passed. If not, an nntviin ein nt of
Cnnada'a withdrawal li likely to be
made soon.
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