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KEVELSTOtvE. B. C. JULY 19. 1913
$2.50 Per Year
STRATHou.jA'S gift
TO RAILROAD Y.M.C.A.
M0SLtq creat land rush
MERCHANTS ._ -_,.._.
picnic AT REVELSTOKE
Will Give Last Two Thousand Dollars (2,000) -i
As the time draws near keen inter -
est is being manifested on all sides in
the    merdtants  monster picnic  to    be
Subscriptions Amounting to $4,177 Have'held tost. Leon Hot Bprings,  next
  _, ,   , /-.'.• _ ,j   n „ ; l -„„ ^-1 i Wednesday, 23rd inst.
Been P edged by the Citizens and Railroad
C & J ,       r? LISTEN  POR THE BIG  BLAST.
Men, Including Some Generous Gifts From; Asnas been previoul,ly staU.d thru|
Outside Friends—The Totality of Campaign these coiumns.it has been arranged to
,      A-r*      ff.«   1-7*7     fil'c'a y'S'1"1'0  dynamite .blast from a
Fund, Including Strathcona s Uift, jpo.i//. height onMount Revelstoke at   six
o'clock    on the morning of  the event- j
Th,"  Railroad  Young  Men's Christ-,    Thesucoene of any phase of tlie Asso   ,u,  day    Thjg i(J bein, do|R> tQ    wak.;
elation work depends largely upon the   up .dJ th(, gUepy     Revelstokei.9     who
personality and "pep" put into it. We  migUt   olhel.wtse  oVersieep  themselves
(eight years in operation on Sept. 25 ' want to make  this year tho heat yet,  uM miss tUe spedal     Mour8ion lrail,
1913.)     Those who have lived in   the  and if those     who Iiave so willingly  for the goulh flt & oVloi.k.    So lis
community elnce the  inception of   ite contributed will now avail themselves  j0l. the  big  ijI:lSt
work here, know     what the Y.M.C.A. j of tlie pnovilcgea 0f the     Association,
lias accomplished during theso     years  and get interested in the work, great
of service for men and boys.
The  building  has  practically
First Day Registration Railway Belt Lands
Shows Ninety Applications Granted.—Total
of Six Thousand Acres Already Snapped
Up.—Applicants Wait All Night to Ensure
Good Choice.   Conditions Secured Through
R.    F.   Green,    M.    P.,    Gave
Entries Preference.
Revelstoke Nanu'
E.  G.
ARMSTRONG
GUN CLUB
TOURNEY
A. J. McDonell, high Amateur.
Following are the official scores
made at the registered shoot of th*
Armstrong Gun Club, on July 16 and
17,  1913:
A  total  of 135  birds were shot at*
1st D. 2ndD
ian Association ot Revelstoke, was organized    0n      September      25th, 1900
eu l
Wednesday '
been
doubled in si/.e, and the membership is
close on to 500.
The gymnasium is well equipped,
reading room well tilled with all the
latest periodicals and magazines which
is open to all comers. Writing material and envelopes supplied to any man
who is desirous to write home. The
boys appreciate this.
A new 100 gallon galvanised hot water boiler has been installed bee-ause of
tik" demand made on the shower baths
The Bowling alloy*, .gymnasium and
basement now being renovated so aa
to have everything in readiness for the
Fall.
The chairman of the Campaign committee Mr. A.E. Kine-aid, wishes to
(hank the citizens, railroad boys and
friends on behalf of the Board of Directors for iheir generous subscriptions
and the willingness in which they gave
showing thoir appro.'iation of the work
that is being carried on at the "Y."—
There arc a number of subscription
cards not yet returned, and although
the campaign is now practically dosed
those with subscription cards in their
possession may mail same to Y.M.C.
A.  Box 468.
will be tihe results.
In the circular distributed to the
citizens, it waa shown "How it could
lie done,"  follow in',' show^.
HOW IT    WAS DONE.
Sub. Amt. ' Total
1 at $2000   $2,000
J ati
4 at
1 at
3 at
Iti at
1 at
1 at
10 at
37 at
1 at
12 at
7 at
1 at
64 at
1 at
10 ati
1 at
fat
1 at
200
100
75
60
50
40
35
30
25
24
20
-too
400
75
180
800
40
3o
300
92o
24
240
The streets of Revelstoke, especially
McKenzie avenue, on which thoroughfare the Dominion lands office for this
BUto-distlict is situated, presented     an
unusually animated appearance during
next      Wednesday > lhe pasl {(jW ,daya<
tnoin ng. _       .,
|   The   'difference irom ordinary    hum-
TICKETS  SELLING FAST. drum times was caused by the pres-
The prospect oi a days outing at ence in town of a large number of
such an ideal resort as St. Leon, and 'UQ(' seekers attracted to Revelstoke
the assurance of a good program ot hy the magnetic influence of Dominion
sports added tu this the excursion trip ' government announcements published
on a special train and chartered lake : broadcast throughout the district and
steamer have led to the phenomenal province, that on the 17th July, en-
sale of round trip tickets. tries for homesteads and purchases of
EVERYBODY  WELCOME.            : forty uere blocks ot fertile lauds situ-
tu    „,„   i,   .*„  ■ ,-.    •    ■    ilU'd wiihin certain defined limits com
The  merchants  m  giving  this pnnie
have only one object in view, that   of
having a good day's outing and they
extend  a most hearty  welcome  to  ev- ]
ery citizen of Revelstoke     to     attend |
swell the number to Ibflll it possible.  !
COMMITTEES   WORKING  HARD    !
prising a portion of the railway   belt
area, would be open to- the public.
these two 'days were old-time residents
of Revelstoke district, with a spriuk -
ling of outsiders, several coming from
Vancouver. They all appear to be of
a class who will make excellent settlers, the green, inexperienced element,
wasalniost totally lacking. They seem
ed to thoroughly understand the conditions and difficulties, as well as realise the great rewards of perserveranoe
the majority being 0f that typo who
might be expected to live well up to
their undertakings as regards clearing
and residence, whilst some wen, poss-
es'.ied of  considerable  means.
Three women were amongst those
who filed.
Everyone seemed perfectly satisfied
with the regulations, no complaints of
C.
A.
W.
J.
C.
H.
White  130
Burtcli    , Ul
McDonell  12i>
Sturdy  i  127
Barher   no
129
117
127
121
112
122
120
117
129
101
isa
101
111
114
The publication of this  information  any kl,wi were registered,  whilst num-
crcated widespread    interest  through-,erous applicants,    complimented     the
out North Kootenay, especially in the  office staff upon  the  manner in which!
sections immediately tributary to Rev-   lheir inquiries were so courteously re-
elstoke,  where for years past such     a  p'iec*  to* '
All the various committees • are work I pronouncement has been eagerly     an-'    Up to thc P^^nt, the advertised pre
ing hard to make this eveut a     really [ ticipated,    alike  by  would-be  settlers 'erence of choice granted residents    of
Sage   121
H.    Ricklefson   115
A. Evans  126
C.  E.  Mink   „13*2
W.  Ton'iinson  102
L. B.  Stokes 	
R.   Meyers	
F.  O'Keefe 	
A.  Thompson  	
A. J. McDonell wins the high amateur average for the Tournament beating Mr. Sturdy by one target. CE.
Mink wins high professi. nal average,
beating Mr. White by two targets. Mr.
R. Meyers, secretary of th- Vernon
Gun Club, won the cup in tho handi -
cap. The weaeher was ideal and the
officers handled the shoot in fine shape
15          105 enjoyable  affair.   There will  be special'and the general community.
.North Kootonay, has been widely tak
12
10
9
5
3
2
1
12  committees to look after the wants' of
540  the guests at St. Leon.
9 ,      EVERYBODY BRING BASKETS
lhe novelty ot      bringing youi  owu
80
86,17
Our motto—"If you     find anything and old.
not just right,  tell     us, if     anything j BRING
worthy of note,  tell your friends."
Early in the forenoon  of  Wednesday on a(lvantago of,    but from n0w     on-
an advance guard of land seekers took Wanis uu increasing proportion of tho
their stand in single file outside     the settlels nrc expected to bc drawn from
doors of the office, swelling* before mid outside Places..
baskets and choosing your own din-|niShl toa total of some 80 persons do-'    A ceitnin Quantity of the lands are
ing  grounds  and  lunching  where  you  tannine* that the opportunity of a Hie not suit*ble for agricultural pursuits,
time should find them Johnny on tho but a  c°nsrderable  acreage  of      good
spot.   At  8:45  a.m.  Thursday,    when 8round >3 sti11 unetaked, and the of -
the doors     were opened,  the  waiting flc'nls of the land department, declare
line had grown to some 100 in number thal within thirty days, practically ev
want to under the shady trees and beside the silvery waters of the lake,
would  tempt any of us both     young
Y.M.C.A.
WEEKLY
NOTES
HALCYON
SPRINGS
NOTES
One of the best ball games of
■eason took pla"*e last, evening,
the  Pirates  olayed  the  boys  in blue,
tho Halcyon, B. C, July 15—J.H.How-
when ''en' attorney-general of Manitoba and
Mrs. Howden arrived mi Tuesday and
, will stay till next week.
the gamo wa- interesting throughout, FA B(,auchcamp ot San Francisco,
the s.ore at th" finish of the game of who has been installing some ma -
3-3, some dis-us-ion followed as it ihinery for the Hcwett mine, Silver-
was thought wise to finish the game,   ton, is  taking  the baths here for     a
' week before  returning to California.
but the manager^ of both teams could
not see eye to eye, so the public will
have another opportunity to see an -
other game, we trust that the man -
agers ol both teams will havo it
fought out to a finish, the only cause
being on  account  of darkness.
Mrs. D. Guthrie came up from Nei -
son on Wednesday ami left next day
with her husband, who had been here
since Saturday.
R.H. Cobb, ohairman of the gencral
committee of adjustment, Brotherhood
of Locomotive Engineers of the Canadian Pacific railway,  with Mrs.  Cobb
Becretary Thom-on and Physical Dlr  an,l daughter arrived on Monday from
ector Giflord left on No. 4 (or Y.M.O. j Kenora for a stay of about a week.
A. training school, Lako Couchiching, |    A. H. Niool of the Canadian Paclyc
Geneva Park, for to lake their   third   railway  mee-hanical  department,    Cal-
year graduation course, in subjects per   gary,  with  Mrs.  Nicol  and  daughter
taining to Association methods and
principles. Mr. D.M. Cowan, assist -
ant lecretary, will be in charge of the
Association.
MOUNTAIN HiKE.
arrivt«d  on    Thursday   for    a  Week's
stay.
Mrs.  G.S.  Bums,  Minneapolis,    and
Mrs. p.c.  MoTlngle, WooUord, Alta.,
were hei*e    on  Wednesday,  and  W.  S.
Jones. Vancouver, and W.B. Diebman,
the Physical Dlr-  R0sBland, on TUurBday.
H.  Killins,  Cranbrook,    arriv.-d    nn
Tuesday with  a bad .-a*" of rhciima -
tism, and is rapidly recovering.
The bear  broke  loose on Thursday,
felt as though thoy 1 ould run dean t0 alti made a j^.*.*,,,, for the k*,cnen ,
YOUR BABIES.
There is an excellent opportunity for
a goo 1 day's outing for the younger
set. Parents can rest assured that
this invitation is extended to the entire family, bring your babies, they
will travel free and enjoy the trip immensely.
CHANGE YOUR TICKETS.
On e more we make tho announce -
ment that all tickets must be ex -
1 hanged for railway tickets at the 0.
P.R. ticket office before you start on
the train so be at the Btatit.r. a*ty
Wednesday morning and avoid the
rush at  the last moment.
EVERYBODY  COME.
Let ns as citi/.ens join in this public
occasion and make the merchants pic-
ni-to St. Leon a record breaker for
Reveletoke.
PUBLIC HOLIDAY.
Wednesday nj\t, the 23rd, the day
of the big merchants picnic will be a
public holiday, all the stores will be
closed. The stores will all clo-
six o'clock Tueyday evening and re •
main closed till Thursday morning so
do your shopping on Tuesday next.
The statement that the stores would
remain open on the evening of the
22nd, Tuesday evening next, watt in
error.
Listen for th- big dyn/mite blast,
Wednesday moi nin,; at six o'clock.
ARROW
LAKES
METEOR
Halcyon, B.C., July 18—F.G. Wad -
dington ot Albert Point, C. Waldrou.
J. McKillop and two others were re -
turning from Comaplix in a motor
l-out, and when about opposite what is
known as Whisky point u ball of    fire
Thanks  to admirable    arrangements ery block <* ■«"■ valley and    bench  P^^'d over and struck tho water just
on the part of Agent Bnd stall, llo dif-  *>« wil1 havc bpen absorbed by incom  a 0ngside thc boat W1,h a    lou<*    «"
plosion, which sent a jar through     it
Acuity was     experienced in   smoothly  ing 8ettIel's-
handling the land hungry    crowd, the I    T'ie 'browing open of     theso lands,
proceedure adopted beint; simple     and  under such businesslike and eminently
effective.   Each person was handed   a reft8°nable and     satisfactory   regula -
number, whilst his or hor     name was  l'ons, will give a tremendous impetus
inscribed in a boak     with the numbor 't0 agriculture and orchard production
opposite.   Applicants then filed slowly  throughout  this district,  and consti -
through the office t%     proper number 'tut?R nn event the value of which    to
order, names nnd numbers being tick-  Revelstoke can     scarcely  be exngger -
id ol! at the counter on entering. ated.   And the citizens of this district
Altoe.-ether some 15,000 acres of land  wbo Wl'le fortunate  enough    to securo
lyin„'  within  the     Columbia     valley,  valuable   blocks of   agricultural   lands,
stretching south and     west of Revel-   should not overlook the fact that they
stoke including the district     netweon  bllV0 0,u* single individual     to  thank,
Malakwa and Sicamous, had been pro  who is our worthy Federal     member,
mulgated as  available.     During
Thursday ami Friday, some 150
tries were dealt  with, over 75'     beintr  e(^ tbe Kootenay district at Ottawa .
,,     .. ,   ,  , .       u     v. ,  ""Vc tactions.
actually disposed of in  the flrst    nine  has bein  successful in bringing   about;    n   . h
hours.   This representing approximate- the opening of those lands thus putting L f -, ea    er   ot
ly 8000 acres of land, divided into 40 *"hin the reach of all an opportunity '^f h"" W^mf.J"0
acre blocks. to acquire very valuable holdings     in
The honor  of    being  flrst successful cne ot 'he best valleys of B.C..
flier was carried ofl by Mrs.  Moran of     Mr.  J.W. Martin,  inspector of Do-
Revelstoke,     who having   proved her minion Land Agencies, was here    and
ipialiflcations under the regulations, se- witnossi-d the opening entries for  land
cured  10 acres  by     purcbaso situated and was  well  >aiisfled with  tho     way
within four miles of town. everything went.   Mr.  Martin  left last
Most  of    tho-e     who r egistered in evening after the rush for Calgary.
0  Mr. R.F. Oreen, who during the oarly   hostilitie
cn-  s'ages of  the period he has represent
and the bodies of its occupants. There
was a deluge of rain at the time, and
all were under the canvas cover ex-
oept the steersman, Mr. McKillop, who
was the only one who saw the ball,
but the glare of the light was so fiierce
that it seemed to the others to pass1
under the canvass. As the reflection
was rod and not the bluish-white oi
lightning, Mr. Waddingtou thinks it
must have been a meteor.
The former chef, Tom Long, who
has.been ona visit to his native laud
for a year, returned, on Sunday. He
says thit there will bea renewal of
probably within the year,
between  the  reactionary  and  progres-
Satur-
nly on
y thc higher altitudes, but on the ridge
to the west of Pingston creek.
On Thursday la-t
ector journeyed with 11 boys up to
the tup of Mount Reveletoke. At 6:30
sharp thc boys stnrti-d out from the
Y,  everybody   wns in  tine spirits,  and
UNCLE
TOMS
CABIN
Before the Civil     War,    thero    was
Failing to gain entrance at the front
door, he went round to tbe back, and
when he arrived (hero he was carrying Mrs. Boyd's riot goose, which he
had    (^countered  on  the  way,     and  owner's slaves were fastened while be
DEER
PARK
NEWS
Deer Park, B.C., July 15—The annual school     meeting     was held here on '
Saturday  and  the    following    officers
were elected  by  acclamation:      C.  W. I
Stirling, as school trustee for     three
years,  in  place of Mr.  Brown,  whos'e '
term of offl."c had expired,  nnd  H.T1. '
hardly  a  plantation  in tho  South but'numblin, as auditor for the   ensuing
boasted a  whipping  post in  which  the  year.   Immediately   after    tho general
meeting the  trustees held
T.S. Gilmour of Rossland spent this
weok with his family here.
CR. Hamilton. K.C., of Nelson, is
spending the week-end at his ran.h at
Deer Park.
Willium Hunter, M.P.P., and M. Uo-
Lean, road superintendent, wero hero
during the wi"ek in connection with
the local road construction.
I. P.  Miller  mndo  a  sample     ship-
ENFORCE
FORESTRY
REGULATIONS
Victoria, B.C., July 1>—Hon. W.R.
Ross, in the course of a trip thro igh
the coast logging camps re-emly made
a careful study of the wmk. there, an.l
the conditions under which ii, is being
carried out. The result of his trip
which covered se.-eral hundreds of
miles is  ihat he finds tbe loggers are
ment of   strawberries,   gooseberries ami   B*-*'"*>'allv  conforming  10     government
currants to Saskatoon, Snsk.
Dr. Roche to Calgary
their
or.
lho iup, but the surplus energy was
aoon iiswl dp and after a good many
rests and ■event! I how much further
is lt sighs) and amid some rain tha
boys at last reached the top at 10:30
After-dinner a regular rough hou* period took plan? beOauae of the rain outside. Tho boys lost no time in explor Boyd. The latter soon bad Jo
ing the ground. Captivity again.
In spite of the fact that hoys   bad
been up since five o'eloek in the morning it wns  22  o'clock  before  the Professor  could   with lho  aid  of a     good   hibit
■trap bring any kind of qultencss.      I Exhibition  Association at  this    mid- a whipping  post  which  was in  service j to Nolson'on Friday.
Next day  the boyH had a great time  summer fair.   Arrangements are lieing ona  Red  River  plantation tor    many     Mr.  Wilson  of  the  Rossland  Miner,' "   °n" will probably be b
chasing    whhtler* and  irophern,   also' made with the people of Grand Prabio  years  prior to Rebellion.   Its 'genuine  arrived here with his family.        Miss    , ,fr'. K°°" *est
rolling big uton-s into     Oophertown,  B-0-.  to have its colony    of    Scotch ness     cannot  be "di^ntt-d    whn  .me .Wilson accompanied hor father,     and  V
promptly killed, ready for the     cook.  ing punished with the cruel whip. To  l-'anl/.ation meeting,    at    which    I. P.
who ftod  ln dismay,    calling for    Mr.   ,,.,,„,•       l 1 ,   1 Mill«r,  the former secretary was elect-
faithfully depict tlie actual Bd-nes     In  ^   i.i._ j r,   ™   m- 1,
In    " '      v yet\ chairman,    and C. W. Stirling    ,\e
that part of thc south with which tho secretary for the ensuing year.
I story deals, Manager Wasburn uses in     P. Hubert     who has been at     the
bis production    ot     Stetson's  "Undo j Kootonay lake general hospital at Nel-
Ottnwa, July 18—Hon. Dr. Roche,
minister of the interior, will take a
trip west in August. There are B numlier of  important  questions  which    he
is anxious to investigate personally on   inK a'^ before flrc couiu gain so pow
the  ground     before  deciding  on   any   er'u'  " hold eas K> render help  of any
regulations and are following out meas
urcs for the conservation of the timber weafth of the country. A result of
bis trip may bc the installation of a
system of tolegraph or telephone communication -across 11 number of creeks
along the short line not ouly of tho
Mainland but also of Vancouver Island that would in times of danger
prove a very great assistance in Becur-
ould gain
policy.
I kind     useless.     There have    been
Vancouver,   July  17-An unlaue ex- Tom's Cabin." which will be tho ofler'son, has returned, greatly improve.!    I ,7"     " ^ aDd Bdm°n "   I. 1      "^ "o^"™"* amonS     tho
bit is     promised   by the Vancouver  ing nt th* Opera House on July 28th I    Mrs. MaaJ.-r.4nd  Min.  Down    went  1°°'  "" '" athCf  We"tCrn P°iDt8 '   '0|^n^. camps of thc P'°^"" «P    to
«hibition  Association at  this    mid- a whipping  post  which  was ln  service  to Nelson on Friday. I™" 1u"st,on of ,h« °ew 8™'^ regu-   dat« «" *',uinmer*
He will also
Man .,
that wot the poor gophers wondering
what wae happening. At 1»:30 on Saturday morning tbey irtarted for home,
and r-"ivh<il thi»V nt 12 o'olork, well
cout.-utod with their outing.
I
weavers well represented here.     It   ia toads the affidavit from     the former-  will remain here with her mother for
planned not only to show the finished   owner, which Manager Wasburn     al -  a month or so.
products, but to have several looms ( ways curries and a copy of which is on | J. J. Threlkelk has left on n busi.
(in operation, so that the processes ol. file In a Louisiana oourt of rc-ord. ness trip to Winhlpeg and expects to
j manufacture may be seen. At the Operft House on July 28th.    ,boawar for a couple of weeks.
while In the west.
R. Lowick of Vancouver,    and    L.
Brlckcr of Winnipeg, nro week-end .vls-jami
itors.   Guests at tho King Edward
In tho Presbyterian church on Sue,-
day the pulpit will be occupied by th<?
pastor, Rev. J.W. Stevenson. In the
morning the subject will be "The Child
Spirit," and in the evening, "Judas
Iscariot." The sorvice lasts ona hour,
,„.,.. a cordial invitation is extended to
(strangers nnd vi'ltors to nttend.
!_____ FAGB TWO
THE MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,    JULY   19th, 1913.
Drug Store Goods
In Season
ITS   NOT   YOUR   HEAD.   IT'S   YOUR   LIVER
Nearly all the  headaches, nausea and dizziness are the
results of a slow acting, sluggish liver. The liver is
one of the most important organs of the body, its principal duty being to separate from the blood the waste
products of the body. If it fails in its action or becomes
slow and sluggish, headaches, attacks of biliousness
and nausea, heartburn and constipation are the result.
Liver troubles can be quickly and surely overcome by
thc use of
REXALL  LIVER SALTS
35c and 60c
Foot Powder      25c
Foot Bath Tablets     25c
Cream of Almonds     35c
A LADY'S VANITY    BOX    GIVEN   AWAY
with every REXALL SALE.   Secure oue  before  they
arc all gone.
Rememb-r, We Look Afier Your Developing and Printing
<l
Sponges!
Sponges!
Just received a fine stock Including 500  Sponges  from
Greece and Turkey.
Blfr, tough, thirsty Bath Sponges—Mandrukas 25c to Sl .60 each
Fine Babv Turkish Sponges 25c to $1.00 each
Turkish Cup Sponges  $1.50 to S3 Ot) each
These are  25c cheaper than usual—having imported
same direct from England
Bews' Drug Store
The 5?©*Cl£& Store
CITY  TRANSFER   COttfANY
Baggage Transferred
Distributing AgentsA*
and Storage      .    .   .
FURNITURE AND PIANO MOVING A SPECIALTY
BAYNES'   BUGGIES   AND  SLEIGHS   FOR  SALE
PHONE 276.    NIGHT PHONE 71
FLAMES RESPECT NOT TIME
Like the fly that settles on the nose
of a monarch, fire visits us unher-
alced aud unannounced. Prepnre
for this worry-bringing contingency.
Henceforth trunks can be sent by
freight it curded securely.This means
that tho traveller who leaves his
trunks behind will not havo to pay
express charges, which were referred
to by Chairman Drayton at the Railway Commission as enormous. An
order was issued by the board, after a
hearing in ihe case, that the trunks be
accepted as freight if securely corded.
This was done in spite of the strenuous objection of the railways, as voic
ed by Mr. George Rnnsome of the Canadian Freight Association.
Insure Your Worldly Possessions    The official opening of the Kootenay
.Central railway took place last Thursday from Golden to SpilMmachcne, a
distance' of forty miles, when J. S.
Dennis, assistant to the president and
party wont over the line. Service will
now be rushed to that point and contracts let for grading tha balance oi
nd large  gaa;8 put   on      to
Let us write you a policy that will
cover any loss you may sustain from
fire or water damage. The premium
is so trifling that few people indeed
are willing to run risks that judgment and common sense forlii 1.
Take out a policy to-day with the
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, Ltd.
A. E. Kincaid, Manager.
E. G. BURRIDGE k SON
Plumbers and Tinsmiths
Repairs,— Ho+ Air and Furnace
work a Specialty
-WORK    SHOP—
Oonnaueht Ave.   -    Rovolstokn
Lumb
umoermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.    B.    WELLS.
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old To ,vn,    -  Revelstoke, B. C
before buying yonr outfit of working clothes
for the bush. I make a
specialty of Logging
Shoes, Pants, Sox, Shirts
Blankets and everything
required invour huKiiieKu.
THE PLANS for good plumbing differ
from the ordinary kind. Vou may not
be able to note the difference, but every
gool plumber know,. OUR PLANS
include only materials that will give
lasting satisfaction and workmanship
t! at will prove eluralile.
No matter how important or how unimportant tlie job mav be, we never
•light my detail of PLUMBING WORK.
REVELSTOKE PLUMBING IND HEATING CO.
Special Summer Sale
Ladies' Coats
Ladies'   Long   Tweed   Coats,   to
clear at	
$8.00
House Waists
Ladies' Washing House Waists, to
clear at	
50 Cents
Ladies' Oxfords
Odd lines to clear out at a bargain
$1.50 to $2.00
cTVfillinery!   Millinery!
New Summer Felts just
arrived by express.
Ladies' Tweed Suits
This Spring s Styles. Sizes 34 to
36. Ohly a few to select from.
To clear at
$12 and $15
Ladies' Hose
Ladies' Black Cotton Hose
8 Prs. for $ 1.00
Men's Boots
Regular $4.50 and $5.50 lines to
clear at	
$2.50 Per Pair
Misses' and Children's Boots
Odds and ends of stock g     ff om
10 to 2, to clear at
$1.50
l+'Reid CSL Voting**
th.-  lini'
rush i oii'trtii'tion and it Is pri'-umivl
that the entire line from Gokl.'n to the
Crow's N.'Si. a distance of 165 miles,
will lir in  operation  next  summer.
I Th ■ appointment is announced of
Collingwood B. Brown to ihe position
of .h e'f tnjn"er of the government
railways of Canada. Sinee graduating
in ci.il engineering at Coin-11 fourteen years uro,  Mr.  Brown  ha?    bt-r-n
! in ihu employ of the Canadian Pnoific
Railway, filling various engineering
rof'U'ion-, from ro.lman lo principal
assistant engineer, a post to which he
\\a< appointed two years n?o, and
w liich ho now resigns to become head
o" the government railway . n^inerir-
in<; de artment.
' At Ihs Newmarket Erst July meet-
in; the Exeter stakes, £1000 tor two-
•year-olds. six furl n;s. was won by
W. Clark's Courageo.is, by Chau.-er-
Miss Tailor, six to four on; K.Hultoni
Siller, nine lo two, was se.-ond, and
H.I1. Whitney's Sandman, twenty to
i nc. third, The Princess of Wales
stakes, $3,250, one mile and a iialf.was
won   hy   Major  Lodcr's    Lame   Chest,
by Spearmint-Ohestnut-Sunday, mio
hundred to nine; L. Brassey's Catmint
four to one-, wns sei-ond and .I.A. De
Rolheliild's Forty Foot, twenty to
cne,  third.
The price of live foxes in the east
has declined 50 per cent during the
last ten days, owing to the numerous
shipments sent from Bdmonton, Prince
Albert, Narlh Battleford and Winnl -
pi'K according to advices received by
ihe Prince Edward Island agent of the
Wertern Raw Fur Company, there
being no demand for red foxes, while
tirst crosses are selling al $100' each
and the best silvers for $1500 toS'JOOll !
each. The market has been flooded [
with the live foxes brought down
from the Northwest. It i„* expected
ihat the market will resume its former level in  the fall.
With   head   and  shoulders' frightiully
crushed  and  mangled  tlie dead    body
of an unidentified man was found ly - '
tm  across  the      C.P.R.  freight  track I
No.  7  in  Vancouver yeards near    tho
depot shortly    before     midnight     on1
Thursday.   Whether or not   the     man |
baa   merely  fallen n-elei'p beneath   the
ar- an<l through unexpected shunting
ba 1  met death, nr had been attacked j
and  robbed  by tramps i- a question!
n   \\h:'h   lhe   peeli.-e  are  consid.ring ,
owing   to  the fact  that although hia
ee bea  are'  e,f  good  material  anient,
nothing ol value om anything to serve
to identify him wai  Found in his pot-
■ ■ in.
*l he Berlin Medical Society at it*
..■■■■■ n: lasl w.'Ok rejected by an over
chimin; majority the requeat of Pro
Ludwlg Schleieh, the associate
"*' Dr. Frledmann, thai the society ap-
rlnl a committee ol four iii ti'Si tho
Priedmann vaccine for tuber, ulosis,
in any   way which  might  appear  to be
able      The de Ition ..f   tba
i "'  SlVed    With    cries        of
i'ii' e.f the society
'        I v.    attei the denial
• , .■  i    .:    .ii...I  that   if     lir
.nn  really desired u      fott    ho
v placing Iiih remedy
di 'I", ill    'ef  ib.- dill,..ent    ho«-
itemeni wim applauded
An Intimation baa been raosived at
. Iron Hasbingion (but in the
on oi the United sinies tariff,
i, .w being mad.' there trill Ik- n. .li
crimination againil Canada in regard
to pulp dutlei liming Um lajt dins
oi 'b" i tiiit there oppoi Ition member! cliurnorl   thai it   was  llic  ml.-til ious
Bl      W I   bill  flOO     le.     I • 11  ell/.'     lbe plllp
it,aniline lie i 4 i iiiaela iwo dollars
Bei   tOO, a    a'MiriHi   any   othU  r.eiiiiliy
■i -  pulp  to tha states.       The
Prima  Minister,  al   tba4   time,      rM
the mallei     hi i  been  Ink. ii  up with
tha   fl.it.l-h   KlnlellHV   e,l        w      hing,    II
Tha interpretation "f the i lauie tlm'
was feared has now beon given by the
United Miaies government, sjnd means
lhat there (rill ba n . die. rimination ,
although, 'in official quarters* n is stated  that   bbe eelllrial  message from  Ibe
jUnlted Hi.-iii"! treasury board lms not
nrrivod.
w?iX!s Paints
We carry a full range of colors in the above, both
for inside and outside work, also floor finishes,
Stains, Varnishes. Oil Turps, Johnson's Wood
Dyes, etc. For best results see that S. W. P. is
marked on the can. Everything in up-to-date
Paint Brushes.
STOVES—A Kootenay or Saskalta Range made by tbe
largest firm in that business in the British Umpire; will ffivo
more heat on less fuel, last longer, look and cook better than
any stove on the market to-day, we cau prove this to you.
Camp Stoves, Camp Outfits, Baseball, Lacrosse and Tennis
Goods, Bicycles, Fishing Tackle.
GROCERIES, Fruit and Vegetables. We do an ever
increasing trade in these; Quality Goods, Fair Prices, Correct
Accounts.
We are headquarters for Poultry Supplies, chick food, extra
Grade Wheat, Hay Feed, etc.
BOURNE BROS., LIMITED
_GROCERS AND HARDWARE DEALERS
First St, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
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A Remarkable Expression
of Public Confidence . . .
is shown in the statement of this Company for the figeal year
ending March 31st, 1913. As compared with one year ago, the
following figures are exceptionally interesting:
ASSETS MARCH 31st,    1913   $450,915.72
ASSETS MARCH 31st, 1912  $111,268.00
showing a net gain of $345,6*7.12
This remarkable gain is positive evidence of tho convenience and practicability  of the C. H. I. C. plan.
NEARLY ONE-QUARTER MILLION DOLLARS LOANED
TO CONTRACT HOLDERS at 6 PER CENT. SIMPLE INTEREST DURING THE PAST FISCAL YEAR.
If YOU Desire R Home oi 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 Ofllce:    PACIFIC BUILDING, Second Floor
VANCOUVER. B. C.
Revelstoke Office :     -      J. B. WATSON REALTY CO.
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WE HAtE SOME VERY CHOICE
LEGS OF MUTTON. TRY ONE
FOR  YOUR SUNDAYS DINNER.
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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, Ridgways,
Silver Spoon, etc. .....
♦John McIntyre n. SON
First Street. Telephone No. 93
"WE   THJ^'Vtt   IT!
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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.
» BATURDAY,    JULY   19 th, 1913.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
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J. B. Watson Realty Co.
Sash and Door Factory on 100 foot lot.
McKENZIE AVENUE-8-roomed house on 50-foot lot $7500 00
1st. 8TREET—5-roomed house on 50-foot lot„ — $4000 00
2nd. 8TBEET- 8-roomeil house on 50-foot lot _ f3000 00
Double house on 75-foot lot J50C0 00
5-roonicd house on 50-foot lot -. $3000 00
5-roomed house on $1500 00
3rd. STREET-4   houses- _  .: $21C0 to $3400 CO
10-roomed house on 300-lt. lot _ _ $8500 00
1 lots (the pair) _ - - $ 800 00
2 lots (the pair) _ — $1500 00
4th. STREET—6-roomed house, nearly new _ _..$22C0 CO
6-roomed bouse on 50-it lot $3000 00
6th. Street—3 6-roomed houses.    Each $3201) 00
9-roonied   house $3800 00
7th. STREET—4  lots,  each _....$ 300 00
8th. STREET—2 lots.   The pair $1600 00
5-roomed house near C.P R. Shops $ 650 00
3 Shops and rooms.iii McKenzie Ave    $ 15,000
Dominion Express Money Orders for Sale.
W. H. HOROBIN, Manager.       Local Agency American Casually Co.
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance     Government Lands      Money to Loan
AGENT FOR PACIFIC SALES ASSOCIATION, LIMITED.
G. BURY
REPRIMANDS
BRAKESMAN
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INOORPORATEO 1855
Record of Progress for Five Years—1906-1911
Capital
Reserve   -
Deposits       -
Loans and Investments
Total Assets
1906
I 3,000,000
3,000.000
23,677,730
27.457,090
33,090,192
1911
% 4,000,000
4,600,000
35,042,311
38,854,801
48,237,284
Has 83 Branches In Canada, and Agents and Correspondents in all
the Principal Cities In the World.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS  BANK DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Interest aliowoi: at highest current rate.
Revelstoke Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager
Edmoui.in, July 17—During an inspection trip through the west an.l
while in Edmonton this afiernoon vice
president George- Bury of lhe Canad -
ian Pacitic Railway gave a lesson in
caution to the brakeman of a work
train. The vice-president was walking
alon^'a cutting iu which about fifty
dagoes were shovelling earth on to flat
bottom .ars. Just as the vice-presi-
d.-ni arrived ihe cars were tilled and
the b-aieman gave the signal to the
engineer to start up. Half tlie shovel
nun. were left to scramble on to the
cars after  th.' train started.
Vice-president Bury immediutely
called to the brakeman to stop the
train, A Dumber of dagoes were run-
nin,' along-side ilie curs and climbing
on while the train was moving. Tho
1 train stopped an I a 'ter ihe last dago
bad got ..n board. Vice-president Bury
told the brakeman he could give the
starting signal.
The brakeman was evidently anxious
to show the vice-president how .juio'.i-
ly he could gel the train away; but
instead of praise he ._'ot reprimanded.
"Never sian your train until the
last man hi- pot ..n." said tba vice-
president. "And don't run the risk oi
injuring a man if you have to keep
the train wiiting all day."
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0. B. N. WILKIE
j    PROVINCIAL LAND  SURVEYOR
Office: Lawrence Hardware Block
REVELSTOKE, B. 0.
W.  H.  WALLACE,   M.B.C.8.A.
ARCHITECT
Box 205, Telephone 313. Reveletoke
BURGESS   AND   TAGGART.
Civil Engineers
Dominion and B.  C. Land
Surveyors   and  Contractors.
P. 0. Box 317       Kamloops, B.O.
Branch  Office—Watson   Realty   Os.
HARVE-X, McCARTER
AND PINKHAM,
Barristers,   Solicitor!,   Etc.
Imperial  Bank   Building   Revel-
■toki, B. O.
Money to Loan.
OttlCM—Rev«liitok».     B.    0..     »»d
Cranbrook, B. O.
'ieo. 8. MeCarter,
V.  M.  Pinkham, J. A.  Htrvej
R.velstoke, Cranbrook
COURT
MT.     BEGBIE,   No. 14(1.
OF I. O. F.
.UNFANTS APPAREL..
Another consignment in the
above lines just to hand   .    .
Infants White Silk Robes, Long and Short
Cream Cashmere Cloaks, White Embroidered Shortening Dresses    .'	
MRS. A. 6. CRICK,
FIRST STREET
Laughton C8S, Tapping, Props. First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
European Plan
Open Day and Night. - Meal Tickets, $6.00
MONTHLY BOARD
Princess Betrothed
London,   July  17—The court circular
issued Tuesday  night     contains      the
(ollowing announcement: M
"The   king  and   nuo.u  have   received
the grati.yiiii;  intelligence of the  be -
j trothal of His Royal Highness, Prin.-e
I Arthur of Connaught to Princess* Alexandra Victoria. daughter of tbe
Ducliess of Fife,   th. it* majesties'  niece
I to wlii.-h union tbe king has glady giv
I en bis consent.
Prince Arthur Fredrick Patrick Al -
, beit is the eon of the Duke of     Con-
1 naught and Strathearn, govern-gener-
al of Canada. He was born January
13, 18S3, and has served as personal
aid io King Edward VII and King
George v.
Princess Alexandra is a daughter of
the late Duke of Fife and Princess
Louise Victoria, princess royal, the
daughter of King  Edward VH.      She
I was  born May  17,  1891.
Prinress Alexandra underwent a
ehi-illing experience in December, 1911
when the Peninsular and Oriental liner Delhi stran led (luring a storm on
the coast ..f Morocco, near Oape Spar-
tal. The Duke of Fife, ihe princess
royal and Princess Alexandra and
Maud weie rescued in lifeboats. A
few weeks later the Duke of Fife died
as a result of ihe hardships hdiad endured.
Meets In I. 0. O. F. Hall ntxt   to
Tapping's Opera House every second
nnd  fourth  Moml&y  In  month.  Visiting brethren cordially welcomtd.
H. V. MORGAN, O. R.
WM.   8.   CAMERON,   Rec.-B.c.
SELKIRK     LODGE  12,  1.  O. O. F.
Meets every Thursday evening In
Selkirk Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting
brethren cordially Invited.
0. NORTH, N. G.
JAS. MATHIE, Sec.
KOOTENAY     LODGE. No. « A. F.
aud A.  M.
Regular meetings are held ln MASONIC TEMPLE, Oddfellows' Hall
on ths Third Monday in each month
at 8 p. m. Visiting brethren ars
cordially welcome.
J. HI HAMILTON, W. M.
A. G. BROOKER, Secretary.
Strictly Fi st Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with Bath
O. W. O. w.
Mountain View Camp, No. 129.
Meets Second    and     Fourth Wednesdays   ln each month In    Selkirk
Hall.     Visiting Woodmen are
cordially invited to attend
JAMES  McINTYRH, O.O.
H. W. EDWARDS, Olerk.
REVELSTOKE LOTAL ORDER
MOOSE No. 1081
Meets every first and third Tuesday ln Oddfe.lows HaU. Visiting
brethern cordially invited to attend.
A. Grant, Dictator.
 H. L. Haug, Secretary.
Bull.-tln No. 14 of the census bu -
reau just issued Lri*>'es the bithplace
statistics of Canadians. The figures
apply to June 1911, tho month thecen
sus was taken. Ot the total lm rease
of 1,--33,22s in llle population in tha
decade, the Canadian born Contributed 917.81'.", or ."i2 per cent, nearly;
natives of the British Islands. :!91,507
of 21."iO per cenu. other parts of the
Empire, 13,324, or 24.72 per cent, mak
inir a toal Increase of British born of
1,369.577, or more than 71 i*r cent of
the total increase from 1901 to 1911.
The increase of 474,187! in the number
of foreign-bo n comprised 279,392,
European-born. 77,360, Asiatir-horn,
exclusive of Hindus, anl 175.781 persons born in the United BtateB.
Pia^o   Certificates
Going Fast..
Union  Hotel
JUST NEWLY REPAIRED
RATES,      .      $1.50 PER DAY
Weekly and monthly- rates to be arranged.       Meal Tickets, 21 meals for $6.00
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
A. P. LEVESQUE, Proprietor
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.   Rates $1 a day.   Monthly rates.
JT.   JLZJ3TIRT     STOISTEJ      PROP.
Read "Mail-Herald" SALES AND WANTS for Snaps
ITS PLEASANT
TO BE SERVED
so promptly and perfectly ea you are
at this restaurant. And the service in
only a foretaste of
THE FINE MEAL YOU WILL ENJOY
It is said that the way to a man's
heart is through his stomach. We are
sure to reach yours if you'll drop In
and try our bill of fare If perfect victuals, perfectly cooked mm perfectly
served, will ((ain your friendship, we
are absolutely sure of yours.
WINDSOR   CAFE
A. G. Tiiiakihon Manager,    j
SYNOPSIS   OF COAL MINING
REGULATIONS.
Coal mining rlghta of the Dominion
In Manitoba, Saakatcbewan and Al-
nerta, the Yukon Territory, the
North-weBt Territories and in a portion of the Province of British Columbia, may be leased ior a term ol
twenty-one years at an anuual rental of $1 an acre. Not more than
2,S60 acres will be leased to one applicant.
Application for lease must be made
ey tbe applicant ln person to the
Agent or Bub-Agent of the dlstnct
n wblcb the rights applied tor are
tituated.
Tbe lease will Include tbe coal una
ng rights ouly, but the lessee may
» permitted to purcbase whatever
available surface lights may be considered necessary Ior tbs working ol
the mine at the rate ot 110.00 an
acre.
In surveyed territory the land must
be described by sections, or legal
sub-divisions of sections, and in un-
surveyed territory the tract applied
for shall be staked out oy tbe ap -
plicant  himself.
Bach applicant must be accompan
ied by a fee of 16 which will bs refunded If ths rights applied for ars
not available, but not otherwise. A
royalty shall be paid on the mer
chantable output of the mine at ths
rate ot flve cents psr ton.
Tbe person operating tbe mine shall
furnish the Agent with sworn returns
accounting for the full quantity of
merchantable coal mined and pay ths
royalty thereon. If tbe coal mining
rlghta are not being operated, sucb
returns should be furnished at least
once a year.
For full information application
should bs made to the Secretary ol
the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to tbe Agent or Bub-Agent
of Dominion Lands.
W. W. OORT,
GRANITEWARE
GRANITEWARE
JUST WHAT YOU HAVE
BEEN LOOKING FOR ..
Lipped Saucepans - 20, 25,30 35c
Straight Saucepans - 25, 30, 40c
Pudding Dishes - 10, 15, 20, 25c
Rice or Double Boilers - 75c
Covered Pails - 25,35, 45, 50c
Dish Pans       - -      50, 65,75c
Preserving Kettles, 20, 25, 30, 40c
Pie Plates, - 10c and 15c
Wash Basins - - •   20, 30, 35c
SEE OUR NORTH WINDOW
Watch this Space for Weekly Bargains
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 RateSj
REVELSTOKE. B. C.
. . It Might Be Hot ■ .
BTJT
It is always fine in the plunge at Halcyon Hot Springs,
whose natural hot medicinal waters are the most wonderful health restorer on the Continent. Our record of cures
of rheumatism and other chronic complaints is unequalled
and verified by our gratified patrons. Located among the
greatest scenery of Canada, easy of access,—the Sanitarium is luxuriously fitted and finished for comfort and
convenience of guests.
Haleyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. BOYD, Proprietor,
Halcyon, Arrow Lakes
Howson CS, Co., Ltd.
Furniture, Carpets and Linoleum at Eastern Prices, Freight
cAdded.
Howson C& Co., Ltd.
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Imperial Bank of Canada
Hoad ortico   Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Subscribed
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
Total Assets,
7,000,000.00
7,000,00o.00
7,000.000.00
$77,900,000.00
Branches OT Agents at all principal point! [a Canada.
Agents in Great Britain and United States—London, England,
Lloyds Bank, Limited. Chicago—First National Bank, Corn Ex-
change 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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To the bent lelertion nf p«per and
type we add originality arm itu art*
oe« ot deiign and rapid delUtry. . *wm~.w* ■* -
PAGE FOUR
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
BATURDAY,    JULY   19 tb, 191».
Even if you think you have 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.    We have them all,
Tentsto hold a good parly. .$800 up
Camp Stoves with Pipes.. .$3.50 up
Hammocks, from $3.00 up
Aluminum Cooking Utensils (light to pack)
FISHING   SUPPLIES in   every   detail.
Guns. Rifles, Pistols, Ammunition,
Prospectors' Axes. Hunting Axes,
Sheath Knives	
R. Z. CRAWFORD, Contracting Painter
SIGN PAINTING AND ALABASTINF: DECORATING
A   SPECIALTY.    SATISFACTION   GUARANTEED
SHOP IU CUJIMING'S TRANSFER BLOCK,  -   SSffi^iS^e.
Are
you
Interested
-IN-
Cut Qlass Values
We have just received a large shipment of
finest CUT GLASS obtainable at values
hitherto unknown, and are making a
special effort to interest you. Our window will be a revelation to you. Come
and have a look. Every piece is marked
in plain figures and the prices will surprise you. It is up to you to benefit by
our good buying and we are waiting to
show you
-AT-
J. Quy £arber s
Revelstoke's Pioneer Jeweler
CANADA'S BEST
IN USE 40 YEARS
GOOD THEN BETTER NOW
Perfect Scale, Purity of Tone, Suscepti-
hility of Touch, Reality of Fiuish, Workmanship and Durability.
OUR PLAYER PIANOS
with human-like control contains nil the
latest improvements and devices. Thev
are perfect in tone, artistic in design
and capable of Riving life-long service.
WE INVITE COMPARISON
The very best material and the best
skill that money can secure are employed in their construction.
McKenzie Ave., Revelstoke, B. C.
Head Office and Factory, To. onto, Out.
Phone, 7f)2
Che flDaU-toeralb
Pt BLISHED   WEDNESDAY   AND
SATtKDAY  AT
REVEI.STOKF..  B.   C.
fntevicr IMibltsbtng Company.
to weigh the justice of this present
demand that the cily whilst sacritlc -
iug their owu lands for purely local
advantages, should bo compensated for
lack of such lands u few months later
at an expense of about a million dollars to the remainder of tho province.
Citizens of Vancouver have never
acted in any other way than strictly
for iheir own material interests; tho
present is no time for British Colum -
bia at large to kill a lat ted calf worth
a million dollars for the benefit of the
prodigal octopus at tho coast. If
Vancouver wants the court house silo
let Vancouver buy it at the market
price.
The remarkable scenes witnessed on
Wednesday evening, when some hun -
dred landsckers stayed up all night
on the steps of the local registry office, and were continued throughout
Thursday in the shape of a busy
throng of applicants, furnished to every witness of same, convincing proof
o: the genuine demand for ugricu.tural land-s in Nortll Koounay, nnd iho
complete success of a generous Domin*
icn Land Policy, which has thrown
open to settlement tt portion of the
Railway  Belt territories.
li only flve hundred producers and
their families ean be permanently attracted to ihe agricultural areas ot
our district, that will constitute un
asset of tremendous Importance! No
finer addition to our existing railway
payroll eif ovei .1 m llion dollars per
ai.uiim could be obtained, than these
tillers of the soil and their dependents
! nre destined to prove; truly the open
in-; up of the Railway Belt Lands is
an event big with promise of prosperity for Revelstoke and district, which
will be shared equally by new settlers
and the business community who will
cater to their needs, during a preliminary period of development, nnd subsequent years of progressive production.
l.iinie. ,1
J.   K.  JOHNSON.   Manager.
RALf'H   i}    at-RT'TON,    Kditoi
<y k isHCst—-- S -N
SATURDAY,    JULY    19th, 1913.
SUMMER   SALE   IN   TAILORING
All  during  thia  month   I   wlll   place   on   -.ale   all   mv
LADIES' AND MENS SUITINGS sal       re
duced prices.
All   Ladies'  Suits at  $3-*  and up and all Men'i Suits at
S3.' up.
A deposit is ree|uireel ■.•! til orders, balance when fin-s   d.
Your credit mi;, be good, but I need the money.
Last part of August I will receive from eastern hou
large stock of WOoleni for Fall ami  Winter wear and   will
then need the motley to pay for same.
Soliciting vour  order,    which   shall   receive  mv
attention, I am, yours for business,
H- F. oMORTENSEN, Ladies'and Gents. Tailor
ADVERTISER   OF    FACTS
Look!!    Prices Cut!!
No. 2—2 x 4   2 x 6  	
No.    12 x 8 _	
No.    1-2 x IO   2 x 12	
$13
$19
$20
We arc overstocked in No. 2 and No. I Cedar
dimension and offer above prices as loni** >n
material lasts.
Globe Lumber Company
Residents of ihe Interior of British
Columbia, have been following with
some interest, the efforts of' the great
and wealthy eity of Vancouver, to secure for nothing from the Provincial
government, ihe very valuable property known as ihe old court house
square, situated in the heart of the
Van. ouver business section.
This real estate, no longer required
for lOUrt house purposes owing to pro
vision by the government of a large
costiy and centrally situated building,
has been retained by ihe province; it
is the mention to divide i-ame into
building lots, and sell at publie- auction, th■• pro -eeds heing absorbed by
the treasury .,- I thereafter utilized for
the benelit oi Bi     sh  ''olumbia as an
eat        he genera! rev
en ies,
ns of Van. ouver for year- past
:_ ored every oppoitumty of preserving lands   v. MD their limit-,  *'o: park
or civic purpo-'-: and their poliey   ot
iperty C'eiitinui-d right up
to the  pi'.-se-nt'year, wbe^n some 130 a
! water tronta.re     omprised in the
■   r ..        reek, were wantonly voted away   io a  k-tpai   • orporatton,   they
v    D I -a.or.ng  to make  up for
- oy. 'ibtaming [er i -
tica'ly a . of provincial prop-
a grant  when   *an only be mad,:
mind at the ezpeoai   oi   -very
taxpayer ol I.' ■.   end beoaose the gov
eminent  refuse   to  m<-t  their  ur.rea-
..oable   demands,    attempt   to .,
*
'i<-s. even  goinj
nmenl oi will illy bind    t
on of th.
if Van ','iv«T.
Tbe tm t of 1
••rnment a> •■ .* ■
tag   I'm. in ial   propi S ■'    ■
enefll
.Community  ..r    ;
of Vancouver, In
recklessly iqtmoderad  their ,.wn uther
ItaB «   they  tboogbi
own  intere •      „    •
a mi'" ol iv, property, and '.hey
should not now be irpi ed if the
remainder of the pro en • Ofe)«
being callnl upon for free gifts
from the treasury ta order to make
good thfi* miserable handling e,f • ti.-ir
own op'iorliinitK'
A f< w riu/rtu of V'ancoiv»-r,
"for y.^ara advoca&cl the city making
plans for oil le osntan :,nt\ parks al
the time when land eould he held for
a trifle. They were afwny.j looked
down upon aa kttOCkStl or voices crying in the wildern««R whom no man
heeds. The flagrant case of the rnnrnt
Oanad tan Northern Agreement, where'
by the city made n Iree gift of some
$5,000,000 wort* of .entinlly M-tnatnl
property to llie enrichment of H few
real r-itate sharks, and a wealthy cor
poration is the real  balnn"' by  which
Another meeting ol the Revelstoko
Progress Club, advertised for Tuesday
evening, had to Ik' abandoned owing
to failure of s tticient attendance tj
form n quorum.
lh;' Revefstoce I'ro.r.-.-*s Club seems
to  be a  good    leal   Hue   many   individuals J ii eould not stand prosperity.
Dm itu the past month, successive de
Vuloptutnts have brought; ubout several of the prime objects for whose achievement the cluh was organised. The
members would be perfectly justified iu
holding a ban iuet to celebrate their
victories, in the matters of the Revelstoke Pack reser.ve, the RailwaV licit
Lands, an I tht? New Dominion build -
in ;s; but ih'y are <ueh modest men.
ihat now the Work is crowned with
RUCCeSB, they refuse even to furnish a
quorum for a final meel ng at which
to recall ih"se  triumphs.
Cause for Alarm
Lors of appetite or distress after
iatin** —a symptom t!*.it s' mild
not be disregarded.
It is not what you cat but what you
discs' and assimilate tleat docs you
rood. Bome of &estrongast, healthiest persona are moderate eat
Nothing will cauao more trouble than
a disordered stomach, a..d many
j eoplc contract serious maladli j
through disregard or abuse of tha
stomal 'a.
We uri_" r.ll who suiter from indi-
Kstion, or dyspepsia, to try Rexall
Dyspepsia Tablets, with the under-
Btanaina that we will refund the
:. in y paid u without question or
f nntulty, .1 ::fter use you aro not
;       otll tali i with results.
VTo recommend Rexall Dyspepsia
to c*J tee..a rs i very day, and
b    o yd t i In ::r of one who has not
i Mae- et. il.    Wo believe them to
I i without equal.    They rive prompt
'.  aiiliiu-  te>  neutralize acidity,
insulate   flow    if   gastric   juice,
:*r r.-it'.ien iIm dlscstivo urcans, and
e mote perfect nutrition and
■ symptoms.   Three
■    SO cents, and $1.00.
Vi.u can buy Hexall Dyspepsia Tablet*
ini*. nity only at our store.
WALTER   BEWS.
tUrrlatokr llrlll.li Columbia
Th. •y-Htatt Start
T*Mni in ■ Rriall Hloro in nrirly evny lown
awl city in thr United Htftten, Cuiadft nnl
Qrwt flriuin. Thrrn is • different lie mil
hanimciv tor nearly every ordinary human ill —
eaeh ..peeially de"lfn*d for tho particular ill
tor which it i. recommended.
Tha Retail Stcrw are America'. (Ircate.t
Drug Slorra
<F
^
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. SIBBALD, Puns.
J. D. SIBBALD, JR., Si-sc.
V
J
Dominion Security Co., Limited
OF  REVELSTOKE, B. C.
bei; to announce that they have opened up offices at the
corner of Virst Street nml Connaught Avenue for the purpose of handling real estate, timher, etc. It will pay you to
call and get particulars, a«id get in on ground floor prices.
We also make a specialty of listed property.
A. McRae,
President.
T. Kilpatrick,
Sec.-Treasurer
P. O. Drawer No. 4.    Teleplwne No. 321.
The Revelstoke Boot, Shoe and Harness
Repairing Department
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
MAKERS   OF    FINE   WELT   SHOES
The style, the workmanship and 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 .   .   .
Hut there are still a few people who don't
know what a safe combination Bell's Bread
and   New Zealand  Uutter make	
G. W.BELL
P. O. Box 208
GROCER & BAKER
Phone No. 23
SMIL.OM
uickly atopi  coughi, cures colds, and  heali
ne throat and lunaa.        ■■        -.:       SS cenu.
Buy Irrigated
California
Alfalfa <
LAND   A
FINK
CLIMATE
ONG SEASON
RICH LAND
NKAR TOWN
GOOII IKANM1IKMTION
OW 1-RKT.S. EASY TERMS
KXCURSION RATES
WRITE FOR FREE
ILLUSTRATED BOOKLETS
STINE & KENDRICK
sti t..t.t tt. ant, iHtntii, i. c
AGENTS
TO   SELL   OUR    FAMOUS
"RED TAC TREES"
LIBBRAI.   COMMISSION
AND   GOOD   TERRITORY
... - in ill
WatlK a i Oven i'nh Fri.i. PARflCVtAM TO
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES. LIMITED
t. lr. imosTi-;, .Sf.tHi*T/tKv
BOX *M ALDRRGROVE.   B. C.
In
J     OPERA HOUSE    *
<> Revelstoke. July 28. 1913
('        A  Grind   Revival of  that
f Play that will Live Forever
*#
1 'Uncle Tom's
Cabin'
•   or life among the lowly
On a Stupendous and Magnificent scale, with all the added
features that have made famous
Stetson's
UNCLE TOMS CABIN CO.
('.rand Transformation Scene
and Mechanical F'llects
Stetson's  Military   Band
Cl I     THE   CREAT    STREET    PARADE
•JLL   The   Rial   Man-fating   Blood
Houndi.
HEAR THE BAND CONCERT FREE
Seats on Sale at Mac*
donald's  Drug Store
4^%.-%»e»»ea%a^» ■%-»/'* ■%•***>
,•
FRESH
STRAWBERRIES
i
EVERY MORNING
AT  THE	
REVELSTOKE  f
NURSERIES  }
W. H. Pottruff, Prop.
PHONE 56
i     </' SATURDAY,    JULY   13th, 1913.
THE   MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
PAGE FIVH
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Free Public Telephones on Each Floor
Rest Room for thc use of the Public on the Second Floor,
New House Furnishing and Carpet
Department on Second Floor.
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. 3- jtume & Co.. limited
Watch Our Windows for
Special Lines and Bargains During This Month
Look at Price Tickets.
OUST SALE THIS WEEK
«
300 Wash Petticoats at Each   1.00
100 Assorted Ladies' Waists   1.00
50 Children's SJ""' Blouses   1.35
100 Children's Rompers at 50c
100 Ladies' B Dresses at 1.90
100 Ladies' 8SSL Dresses   3.90
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
Regular-
Just a few left and we must finish   them   out.
$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
Oun Grocery and Crockery" Department
"NEW GEM" SEALERS ARE THE BEST
WIDE   TOP—In   Pints,   Quarts   and   Half    Gallons.
SEALING   GLASSES-Quarter Pints and  Half Pints.
Have a look and a taste of our Strawberries before buying
elsewhere.   Freeh from the Ranche every morning.
TO  THE GOOD HOUSEWIFE
, Vi) ei
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 it
witkour V. B. P. Meat Slicet. It sayes you time and worry and ensures satisfaction M your self and family. Every slice is the same
\   tMckiV?S8, just as y<iu like it, thin, medum or thick.    *'•    afc*
Try our fcooked paBti-   Every slice ready to serve.
Swift's Premiurn Etycon or Boned Ham sliced to suit your taste.    Tell
us how you like it Ahd we do the rest.
j     ■       ij '        ) » , i   i   n       ''i*      i        '   I  I j;i'' i      '   if '■<
THIS IS THE TIME FOR FLIES
%e 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 Cmtchef, 50 to a box, $2.25.
*fl tti iff fl fl flflfl fl fl fl <t' fl fl fl fl 'I' 'I' fl fl flflfl fl fl fl fl fl fl fl fl fl fl fl fl f
| Specials for Friday and Saturday $
J   Post Tavern Special (breakfast food) per package....    I5c
Lowney's Ground Chocolate, per tin     IOc
Chicken Tamales       |5C
flfl flflfl fl fl fl fl fl fl fl fl 't' fl 't' fl 't' fl fl fl fl fl flfl fl flflfl 't' 'I' fl 't' fl fl fl i
House Furnishing Department
  .  ,       : ej ; Ot'.P
tAm.-t    J.     !••<•'■     bttjtl    J1' '•*    ''■'A''    '•'<'!     f
Clearing* lot of Muslin   Curtain  Draptrie* . (in■■■
our   Hobik-  Furnishings    Department^-WhiM'',*'
Cream ami Coloml Window and ArV IJrapings
that sell at 35c to 50c.    On sale now ut
25c
■ i
All Our Carpet by the yard are going on, sale at
ONE-THIRD Ol'K the Regular Prii. Yon
can buy
$1.50 Carpet for $1.00
  i
JAP MATTING-Nice  for   Bedrooms   and
Summer Rooms, at
35c to 65c
CARPETS—A very  pretty   Brussels  Square
Carpet, 9x9 feet, good design.     Special Price ,
$14.65 .
/
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TAGE SIX
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,    JULY   l'Jth, 1013.
The Right Place for a Water Pan
V. rite for the Sun»hin» booklet,
>; get our local agent to ax-
plain the many advantages of
•   .     furnace   over   any   other.
make    certain    of   a
in a furnace is just
over the feed door
and this is
where it is
placed in the
"Sunshine."
It has a lip
front and is
the right
height for easy filling without removal.
Its position and
capacity of the pan
healthy   humid   heat.
GEOLOGISTS
VISITING
VANCOUVER
I
MFCIaiy's
SailShine Furnace
London     Toronto     Montreal     Winnipeg   Vancouver    St. John, N.H.
Hamilton    Calgary     Saskatoon     Kdmonton 338
Sold by Bourne Bros., Ltd.
J
WE THANK YOU
For Your Past Patronage
And in order to demonstrate in a more practical maii-
ner than in more words, also to induce you to continue
yeeur esteemed favors, wc have arranged to give io some
one of our customers a prcttvitt consisting of
THE BEAUTIFUL
UPTON GRAND PIANO
we have now on exhibition. The value ief this instrument
is Senium and is guaranteed hy llir maker lut a period
of ten yearn.
We cordially invite you to call at our store, inspect ami
try this beautiful instrument. You have as good a
chance of obtaining this valuable gifi esanyone. (."ome
to our store and let us explain our method of
GIVING AWAY THIS PIANO
We also desire to call yonr attention tie the many
splendid values  whicli   we  are   now offering  in  every
department.
Lawrence  Hardware Co,
Hi
Vancouver, July 17—British Columbin will have ns visitors during the
laic summer, a large number ol noted
geologists, who will como to inapoet
the principal <*oal aroas of tho Prov -
ince, and ot the Yukon, nt tho,close
of tho session of tho International
Geological Congress to he hold in Toi*
onto early next month. The visitors
expect to make a thorough inspection
of the cliii'f colliery areas, visiting am
ong others, the extensive hard coal
doposits of the Bulkley valloy district
now being opened up hy the Grand
Trunk  Pacific
Mr. L. Lcroy of ihe Dominion Ueo-
logloal department, has reached Van-
eouver to confer with Mr. lt.LJ.     Mc-
I Connell and Mr. O.M, Clapp, also of
thai department, in arranging the
journey for the visitors. Dr. r. w.
Brock,   Director of iho Dominion Ooo-
[ logical Survey, will he in ehnrgu of
tin* party  which is expected to arrive
I hero the last week in  August.        Dr.
[Alfred Harker  of Oxford     University,
'and a number of other notable English coal experts, aro among thoBo
expected.   A  numlier of local geolog -
'ists will accompany the visitor^ on
their te>iir.
This is the fii--1 time the Internal -
ional Geological Congress has been
held in Canada- One of its chief ob-
jei'ts is to make a complete study of
the' remaining coal supplies    of     iv»i-
"lobe.
Do
You Make
Biscuits
This Way?
2 cups flour; 4 teaspoons Baking Powder; 2 tablespoons Swift's Silver-Leaf Lard;
J cups milk; i teaspoon salt.    Mix dry ingredients and sift.    Work In lard, add milk
gradually.    If too stiff add a little more milk or water.    Holi out on floured board to i
inch thick.    Cut and place in greased pan.    Buke in hot oven.    They ure ileticioui.
Swift's Silver-Leaf Lard
is the very best shortening for Baking Powder
Biscuits, because it has just the right consistency
and richness to make them perfectly light and flaky and you
can't taste the lard in them.
Swift's Silver-Leaf Lard is put up in lip.lu
covered, new tin pails under the close
supervision of Government inspectors.
It is as clean and pure as lard can be
and it makes such tasty pastry.
Ask
Your
Dealer for
Silver-Leaf
Swift Canadian Co. Ltd.
Toronto   Winnipeg    Edmonton
N°t5
Wms
guaranteed «•»■>
%rm Lard *&
^Sj|fpj^
=
Special  Slaughter
SALE
	
20C
Usual p
Phone
262                 ■
|       EDISON   WAX     jm
1   Records  "fr
rice 65c each.                 Sale Price 4
a       3 for $1     a
Oc
3c Each
Cash with
Mall Orders
BINGHAMS
MUSIC STORE
MCKENZIE     AVENUE
Revelstoke,   -   B.C.
n  am       —
r.
———
STUDY B.C.
INDIAN
CUSTOMS
Smithere, B.B., July 17—With iho
object of studying the traditions, custom* and languages of the Indians e>f
the Northern Interior, Miss Mary L.
Join*, Professor ol Hiatory in tho
Normal college, New York City, haa
sei out from Prince Rupert on a trip
which will take her through tho Bulk-
ley valley und on lo Port George. Miss
Juhe will reach Hazelton by r^il, and
from ihat |>oint intends to iollow the
old Indian trail to the east, returning
to the o'ltsieh' by way of Fort George
and Kdmonton.
She will cover the' distance hy means
of packhorses, and one'or two Indinns
a~ guides, travelling the greater part
of the way on foot. She will spend
almost three  months in  the  interior.
Mi-s Jobe has hi I expedience in
several explorations into the Selkirk
Mountain . and waa .one of two women who, with Professor Hersehel
Parker of Columbia I'niversity, were
ft to -n* ire on Mount Snnford
tha hieh-•-•  peak of tho Selkirk range.
A Costly Trial
iter,   July   16—Vester-
day •; crowd of ranchers poiic.«    and
trackers   wen being  ;ai<i *heir fee' i for
'.an outlaw trials
It is e>tated on jood authority tbat
00   trill  no*      . er the co*t of the
arletions.
DOMINION     LANDS,    RAILWAY
BELT,    REVELSTOKK
DIVISION.
I    Puhlie- Notice is hereby  given   that
cn Thursday, the  17th day  of July,
1S13,  vacant and available Dominion
Lands   Ln the   Uevelstoko Sub-Agency
will he opened for general  homestead
entry to eligible applicants.   Lands in
timher berth and Ian Is otherwise re -
serve!   aro     not open to settlement.
Lands in the Bugle River Valley   are
included in this Sub-Agency.
Homesteads will be granted by legal
subdivision oi forty acres or loss;
duties, six months, residenco in each
of three years and a total ol four ac-jC*' Jl"
red thoroughly cleared, stumped and
cultivated, and four acres rough-clear- '
CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF
REVELSTOKE.
Nolie-e is hereby given that the Annual sitting of the Court of Revision
of the City of Revelstoke to bear all
■ omplnlnts against the Assessment for
the year 1913 ad made by the Assessor
will he held in the Council Chamber,
City Hall, on Tuesday, August 5th,
at 8 p.m.
Dated at  Cily Hall,  Revelstoke,  B.
W.  A. GORDON,
Acting City Clerk.
Would You
Like a Piam ?
NOTICE.
& .
WE   FILL ORDERS
for all grocerie ■   ind
li   IS r.M el   ed  in     !.-liver them
prompt! tomer  jnat
what she  order No   substi
tuting at this grocer)      No foisting
of iiuere profitable- goods on her.     A
trial oreler will show • rvice
is as good as our groceries   ind  that
is saying a lot.
Hobson's Grocery
Phone 41
Box 734
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.l
Manufaetiipers of Aerated Waters
WINES
LIQUORS
CIGARS
Agents for Calgary Beer
m the Scatter of tba I.nnl Reentry
Act, and in th- Matter of Lot 17,
Block  21,      ReveWtOM    Oity   Ma;.
To Whom  it   may eoneern:—
whereas th- Following title de-*d of
he above menti .ned pie,party ban
ireen  in ■     n ■    ■
• March,  ;.••■'.   from Kredtne.it wil
iam Brown  to M nn>* A- Brown
i tine to . •
whose   | o^e     ofl i   tttie
deeil may have nm» and wbo hn* any
knowledge of the whsreahoutu ,f the
said deed to deliver Hnl *o the undersigned Samuel R. Roe. Etq., Die-
trict  Reirtq'rar of r,and Titles .N*.-!»e,re
And fnrt.h'r Take Moti e tha '
in? the production of this hwd within four weeka from 'he date of ths
Rrrl publication hereof that tbe Mid
District Registrar will pro'wed to Is
ue a f'ertifl.ate of Title ln the name
of f'arrle liran' t,awrenco of Revel .
sloke, B.C.
Dated a' the Lnnd Regis'ry Offlea,
Nek'on, B.'*.. thi« 24th day o' Tune,
1913.
B.  R. ROB,
District Registrar.
.liini'[28. Otw month
ed and cultivated, a reasonable proportion eaeh year.
Entry may be granted on vacant
even-numbered legal subdivisions of
forty acres or less as Conditional
Run-hase Homesteads; personal application required; Trice, Five Dollars
($5.00) per acre payable onc-tifih in
cash at time of entry, balance in four
e jual annual instalments with inter -
est at five per cent; total cultivation
le-uired of ei^ht acre's thoroughly
'ieared, stumped and cultivated,
and 8      acres       rough       cleared
and cultivated; residence required ior
at least six months during the last
year of
worth at least three hundred dollars
($300.001; commencement of cultivation duties required within six months
after date of entry; entry non-assignable, cancellable unless reasonable proportion of cultivation duties dono during each of the five years.
On the 17th, 18th and to noon on
the 19th of July, application for entry made at Revelstoke will have presence.
Sqiiatiln_- on Dominion Lands In
timher berth or on any other Domin-
■ on Lund-', will not hereafter he al -
lowed, anl will result ln loss of elain>
anl forfeiture of improvements.
3. MABER.
Supt. B. C. Landt.
Ottawa, 14th June, 1913.
1st iss.  July 2, lOt.
NOTICE
Tho Citi/ens and Public    are hereby
notified that     July 23rd,  Wednesday,
has been set apart as the date for the
holding ol the Retail     Merchants     of
earning    patent in a house | ReveUlok„ Anmial PillllC| and     that
in accordance with a resolution of the
City Council, I hereby request that
date be observed as a Revelstoko Public Holiday.
T. KILPATRICK,
Mayor, Oity of Revelstoko.
WATER    NOTICE.
Kor a License to Take and Use Water
REVELSTOKE SCHOOL BOARD
Tenders   For   High    School at
Revolstoke, B.C.
Tenders will he received by tbe undersigned up to Wednesday, July 21st
at I'J o'clock, noon, for the erection
of a High  School at Rovelstoke, B.C.
A deposit of an amount equal to 5
per eont. of thc tender orcontract
1 i ice must be made with each tender
I.y marked cheque payable to the
School Trustees.
Plans and Specifications ean be seen
at tbc Architects office, or Dominion
i-'eeiirity Oflh-e,  Revelstoko, B.C.
Tho   lowest    or   any     tender     not
n
Your
Individuality
Delineated
There is a character ex-
pressed in Tourner Photo-
graphs that arrests attention. Models of artistic
and scientific skill,faithfully reproducing that indefinable "something" tl>;»t
makes a photo a "speak-
ing1' likeness*
why endure the usual
stilted and repressed style
when you can get something different—and better lor thf same price ?
■»
Look Us Up!
The
Trueman
Studio
Jt. Douglas Tourner
LJ
Notice is hereby <iven that The
' analian Pacific Railway Company o!
Montreal and Vancouver, will apply
for a license     to take and    use    two j necessarily accepted.
feet por second of water out of T. W. BRADSHAW,
a stream three quarter < of n mile weet , Secretary  Sohool Board,
Revelstoke, B. 0.
a mile west
•Thick flows in ;
ShilohaM
The   family   remedy   for   Couch*   and  Cold*
'Shlloh cott*  *o   little   and doe*   to much I'
of  Reveletoke   .tation,
a  southerly   dire tion    through     and   Ist iss.  J.5, 4t
*i'hm « portion of  Itevelstoke Town-   ——————
ffite, and eriip'ie* into Columbia river
near Revelstoke The water will be
diverted at a point one-quarter milt
(rom O.P.R main line ftnd will be
ei*"l for Industrial purpo»en on the
land de»cril,ed .is Canadian Pacific
Hallway
NOTIOB.
Revelstoko Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notico that     Claude     Watsoo
'ompany's  station  ground* i t'emeron of Nakusp, B.C., occupation
at Revelstoke. ' fruit  Rancher,  intends  to apply    for
This   notice     was     posted   oa the: p»*rrole*ioa to   purchase tho (ollowing
.round on ihe -'1st day of May, 1913.   described lands.
The application     will he filed in th» ;    Commencing   at a Poitt planted   at
ofllce of ihe Water Recorder at Revel-! North Bast Corner of   Timber Limit
stoke.
nii" i n.ns may hu filed with the said
Water  Itecorder or with the Comptrol
Number r>37S, thence south 60 chains,
th"ii " east 40 chains, tben'-e following tho meandering of the lake to place
br of Waler Uight". Parliament Build   of commencement, containing one bun-
logs,   Victoria,  B.O. ' dred acres more or leee.
Canadian Pacific Railway Company
Applicant. By R. W. Bateman,
Agent, Vancouver, B.O.
Dated June 2nd, 1*13.
CLAUDE WATSON CAMERON
let lsiue June 7, 60d.
..a.a»aa
.•<»*•/
Come and look at our Triangle Sad
Irons—guaranteed for ever.
PRICE-6 LB. IRON, $3.90
AG.    DUCK
Rsliiniites given free
We solicit a share of your patronage
Special   attention  given to children
UNION BARBER SHOP
We have just opened
a shop in the .  .
IDEALP00LR00M&
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 Phons 85^
v SATURDAY,    JULY   Wlh, 1913.
THE   MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
TAQB  SEVEK
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SALE
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 YOU THE BIGGEST COLLECTION OF BARGAINS EVER GIVEN IN THIS CITY
MENS 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
ti                             it
30.00
tt                         it
25.00
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20.00
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17.00
ll                       ll
15.00
SALE PRICE, $26.50
22.00
17.50
13.50
10.90
9.45
BOYS' FINE TWEED SUITS FOR S5 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
MENS 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.   cAll
leathers and all sizes.   Values up to $6.00 „...._	
SALE PRICE, $3.90
Underwear!      Underwear!
Regular 75c Balbriggan for 45c.                    Boys' Balbriggan for 25c
MEN'S 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 _ ....
SALE PRICE, $1.90
oMen's Shirts.   Reg. $1.50 line.                     Sale Price, 75c
They come in plain colors and fancy stripes, and all the most
fashionable colors,   c/4.11 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.
$5.50.    Sale Price                               $2.95
Men's Working Shirts, in dark twill and sateen and light stripes.   Sizes,
14.J to \7\.   July Sale Price            65c
NECKWEAR
WASH SILK NECKWEAR.   Reg. 75c.   Sale Price    40c
The balance ol our Boys' Wash Suits and Blouses at HALF PRICE
100 Overall Smocks.   Reg. 1.00 and 1.25.   Sale Price          65c
M'RAE MERCANTILE CO., LIMITED
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TAGR EIGHT
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,    JULY   19lb, 1013.
LOCAL ind GENERAL
W. Cherry of Calgary, is in town.
J.E. Bland of Arrowhead, ia in   tbo
city.
C. VV
town.
Cameron of    Nakusp, is    in
PREMIER
TO VISIT
LONDON
G,   W,   Wilkin
bi re   odny.
.'.I    o./hcud,
Premier Sir Richard McBride Will
pay another Hying visit to England.
this summer in order to luterview the
various financial magnates of tbe Old
Country wbo are Interested in tbe development ot Uritish Columbia, and
generally "jog tbem up" so to apeak
to a sense of tbe requirements oi tbo
Province, together with tho oonipensa
of Re   tions unending such enterprise*.
Sir Richard proposes leaving on
August 16, ami intends remaining uoi
more than two weeks in London, during whii a time ho will take up many
Downey was el business viait0r I Questions affecting  the future develop
CITY COUNCIL
REGULAR MEETING
M. MoQuarrie made a tt-ip to Kam
loops tliis week.
Remember tbe Munieipal
visii n  i-  on   August  ."Vtla.
W,  v. Carrall "I Spokam
i,u Wednesday's .-.outh train,
T. E
eottrt
cam1' in
to Kamloops last Wedneaday
S.iin   Irvine.'  '.line in   on   the      Seiuth
tra n lasi Tuesday from Nakusp,
G.   Sutherland  oi  Deaton,  waa        n
mid-week lako visitor lo lievelstoke.
J.
ne
Balfour of Vati'-
\ isit or   io  t iwn
lUvei
this
week end.
I. Wale was among ibe' Rovelstoke
eitizens  to viBll  Kamloops  ihis week.
Mrs.  S. E.  Whiting
paying a cisit to Id v
of     Bassano, is ,
l-ioke  this week
menl of the province. In conversation
witb The Colonist yesterday ou the
subject ot his forthcoming visil to lho
Old Land Sir Richard stated thui
there were many matters re,ij>iiring dis
e ussion wllh the leader.-, of the tiuuuc-
I ial world aud it was his iuloutiou to
bust go over and see ihem personally be •
cattle ho believed that a personal inter
view would go a lone way further ibau
ordinary communication, or newspaper
talk.
"I will admit," he said, 'that tbere
ate several questions of great tinauc-
ial importance to this province io lie
taken up at this time, und, if 1 may
say it, who perhaps ought not, 1 be -
lieve that I ean present the case in a
manner that will bring the best and
mo-t desirable results. There is lot*
example much to be done in ii'laiiou
to munieipal development, much to be
explained and not a Utile io emphas -
ize. It is past all denying that in
tpite oi the period of depression British Columbia has gone on splendidly.
Jn fact, u is generally con .'ele I mat
this province' has weathered the' storm
il storm it can be called, more easily
;,ud  with  less  efteCl   ihun  any      other
province In the Dominion, and ii the
whole truth could he ascertained aud
told iu so many words, I believe it
would he iound thai this province has
done better in the way of -steady development than any other place on the
continent. Thai is saying a great deal
Lut 1 think tho facts justify tiie statement.
'While! am  thero I shall of   course
Mrs.   James      Armstrong  anl  little  pay  very ilose attention  to the' attit-
son, left  Thursday ona visit   to rela -  ude adopted by the moneyed people re
P.C. Campbell of Salmon Ann, is
iu tejwn ibis w*'"'k on another business
tri
J. C. Kirkpattiok of Arrowhead, is
tr insa ting business b"r,' this Satin-
day. <
C. Jehn-ou of Comaplix, made a
business trip to Revelstoke on Wo 1 -
nesday.
W •■'. U' odrie'k of winnipe
passenger on     Wednesday's
I.     ted.
. was    a
Imperial
City tal bers met in regular meeting
Friday evening last, Mayor T. Kilpatrick occupied the chair. Present Aid.
R. Howson, H; MeKinnon, Bourne,
Abrahamson, McSorloy.
City Olerk Gordon read minutes of
lust regular meeting uud wbioh wero
adopted.
COMMUNICATIONS.
Various communications wero order-
oa answered or tiled.
A petition for the' removal of auuis-
I unco from tbe east end of town,     was
referred  to  the  I'.W.   Dept.,  for      immediate attention.
I    The matter of hours,  salary and du-
I lies of Fire Brigade  No.  2      teamster,
was referred to the K.W. & L. commit-
too.
A lettei from Mr. J.D. SiUiluld, com
plaining about a nuisance iu tho shape
of a cow stable existing contrary to
ley law within the city limits, was
road.
Aid. Abrahamson—This is a. thing up
on which action will bave to bo taken
se ei mer or later.
Aid. MeKinnon—This letter of Mr.
Bibbald's appearB to be a complaint in
this specific matter.
Mayor Kilputrick—It is a pity this
was uot taken up when tho building
was being erected under tho city by -
law referred to. This man has beeu
allowed to build and now ilis ;, very
awkward situation.
Aid. McSorley—1 move that tbe
Health and Bylaw committee investigate ibis and other stables anl report on Bame and that the legal sta -
tu- of the by-laws involved bo verified,
—Carried.
DISCOUNTS.
On motion it was decided to keep the
city otlice open for    two hours irom 7
to     9 p.m. on pay chuijuie night ouch
month for receipt of W. & L. accounts
AUTUMOBILES.
lu oonsoiiueuoe of complaints of road
hoggism hy automobile drivers iu Rov
elstoke, tbo city clork was instructed
to writo for a copy of the, "Bowaor
JAulo Act" to he ban led tho Ohioi of
j Police for strict enforcement.
DKL1NQUENT    TAXES.
City  Clork was instructed  to    isBue
notices  lo taxpayers in arrears.
WATER PIPE.
Certain water pipe bas beeu laid on
Second street and First streot, if lho
work is completed as urgently required thu cost will bu $7U0.
Aid. MeKinnon—Wo cannot incur uuy
expense unless absolutely necessary.
Aid Bourne—Some of  tho work    has
beeu done bul whore ls the money    lo
como from.   Tbc money should bo    in
Bight before the job is commenced.
COURT OF    REVISION.
The following courl of revision Ior
civic taxes was appointed;— Chairman
Mayor T. Kilpatrick, R. Howson, H.
MeKinnon, H.J. McSorley, O. W. Abrahamson.
STREET    LIGHTING.
Aid. Abrahamson—Are wo to com -
plele the street lighting system, ¥400
wil.  finish thc  work.
Mayor T. Kilpatrick— Wo must have
exact figures as to tho balance oi
cost and ihe cily clerk will prepare
same.
The council adjourned at   11:30 p.m.
cMiaaisjaMSJsiaraarajaJSEjaiafsjcijaMi
1 SALES and WANTS
I '	
■■I IOc. Lhe   ::   Minimum 25c
nusiaaraisEiaiaciEiafsrajsjaaMaiajaEi
FOR SALE)—Two Podigroe Aidodalo
Bitch Pups, throe months old, cheap
Apply  lo   Shuttlewood,  Revelstoke.
WANTEB—Maternity Nurse, Superior,
wuntB engagements, cheerful and reliable.   Apply St, Third street, City
lm.  July  lie ih 1st iss.
WANTBD—A girl for general housework. Apply to J. A. McMillan,
Seventh  street.   Will  pay  $25.00  por
month  to right girl.
WANTED—Hmytho'B Employment Of -
hoe, men for work at good wages.—
Apply to Smythc's Employment Ofllce, First streot, Revelstoke,  B.O.
Mr. and Mrs. Kirke (1f     Arrowhead,
wero in  town Friday afiernoon.
Tea is being served on
courts this afternoon by
tho club.
the      Tcnni:*
ilie  bulioa of
FOR SALE—Two Houbos and Lots
on Third Street, west, also four
Suburban Lots, size 00x110. Apply
10 A. W. Connolly, Rovolstoko, B.O.
MISS PORTER-Graduato Maternity
Nurse, competent, experienced, open
for engagements. Prepared to tako
entire charge of homo. Box 300,
Revelatoke, lm.   J.1G.
LOST—A Roil Leather Covered Note
Book, about 7x4 inches. A*iybo<ly
who will return it to owner, Rov.
Father MeKcn/ie, will receive a re -
ward of ?5.00.
Mr. Everett Cameron has taken a.
position for lhe summer In tbe 0. P..
Ii. whops.
Mr. Wm. Boyd of Halcyon Bpi'lOgS,
was a visitor in town Tuesday and
Wednesday.
Mrs. Gree&wood, Sixth street, has
lor her guest this mouth, Miss Ratlin
c'
if Chicago.
Charles Fosl
thi   Okanagan
•week-end.
•r .ef  Vci non is among
visitors  to  town     this
Rand Gibbons arrived from tho coast
yesterday, and is stopping at the
King Edward.
R.D.  Smith  of Medicine Hat,
among the many  prairie visitors
Revelstoke   this  week.
is
to I
tives at Salmon Arm.
E.M. Shepherd oi Bdmonton and D.
F. i'i irk of Vancouver, were noticed
on th'1 streets yesterday.
J.E. Bergstrom ,if Vancouver,     was
i   *   ■■!  among the many western visitors  to town  this  .veek-end.
Messrs. L.H. Mosher and J.A. Car-
rmtrtou of Calgary, are bere this week
guests' at the King  Edward.
Catholic Church—Low Mass at 8 a.
ra.; High Mass aun Sermon at 10:110
a.m.: Benediction at 7:30 p.m.
Wl Shuttlewood is the pro .d owner
of *hree Ancom goats He received
them on Thursday from Portland.
The ge'nial countenance ,,i Mr. E.R.
i  of  Nakusp  was  visible among
S        d .v     arriva a  from th.' soi.th.
Mr. 0. 0. North of Toi onto, came in
fiom the east the middle oi this week,
n*d  is stopping atthe King E.lward.
B. P. Crowe of Vancouver, came in
the fore part of th* week from the
coast. He is stopping a*, ihe King
Edward.
Ed. Bath of Ottawa, is making a
western trip and is stopping ofl at Rev
elstoke this week. He is a gue-t at
tbt King Edward.
F. W. Laing and lit 1.   laugh er, returned the fore-part  of  the wees.  •
I two-months'  trip   to     Toron*o and
oth-.- Eastern points.
Mr. Burgess, tnanag-r for the in-uir-
■urane department o: W.uhora, Gw-
ynn i Co., of Van ouver, B.C.. was
In t>« oity on Thursday.
Mil   Mary Paget returned (rom Gol-
tlen yesterday where ttoe ime Ix-en vi-n-
ing friend*, and  Miss Marjorie   Hamly.   Chicago, wis
,.:' Golden is visiting in R»-vel-toke the
guest  'if Mr, and Mrs.  Paget.
The theme at the Sunday morning
service (11 a.m.) ia the Methodist
church, will he "Religion- Dranii." —
Evening (7:30 p.m.i "Land Policy an l
Reii-rion."   Pastor,  R"\.   La-hley Hall
garding thi» section of Canada. Much
bas been said and written on this sub
ject, both in this country and elsewhere that should never have bei n
mentioned, but I decline to believe for
a moment ihat sue-a idle talk cau mate rially or even transiently atloct tho
faith whieh the Uld Country people
have in Canada, and particularly ia
this Western Canada of ours. When I
return, as  I will  elo in the course ot a
DRAMATIC
CANTATA
REBECCA
Tin- Cantata "Rebecca'   which   has
hem in anticipation  by  the music lov-
Labau Rebecca's brother; Mr. Yy.-on,
Mr. A.B. Toumer and Mr, Everett
Cameron as Kliezer's companion.
One number which the audience encored in vain was a rhythmic dance by
twelve little girls dressed iu white with
pink .sashes and carrying on their
head*' aud shoulders eanhorn pitchers
which were exact fac-siniiles of the
ancient pitcher  of Rebecca.
Ab regards scenery one drop      cur .
ing public of Revelatoke for     several tain representing a desert was cleverly
weeks, wa* performed last evening be- done.
fore a crowded  house.   All   ibose cou- At  the conclusion of    the   cantata,
nected with its pioduction have every rov. mi*. Hall thauked all those whose
ua=on  to feel gratified at the splendid work  had contributed to  tho  success
results  achieved  and the  excellence  of 0f  the  evening.   Special  thanks
lhe performance.                                         I due  lo Miss  Francis Lawsou  l'o
WANTEB—Young Lady School Teach
ers     as     hoarders    for a home-liko J perin tendent
boa/ding house* ccnirally   located.—
Parties wanting board apply to Box
914,  Revelstoke, B.C.
Mrs. S. U. Robbins has gone tut
Chase for a week, as tho guest of Mrs.
F.W. Aylmer.
A number oi citizens with their families, are going io St. Leon next weok
to slay for somo time.
Mis's Davidson, stenographer for the
Forest Mills Co., returned Sunday
from hor holidays to Winnipeg,
Mrs. Robl. Gordon went west, ou
Thursday for a months' holiday at
Seattle and tn tho coast cities visiting
relatives.
Miss Emma Needham and hei bro -
ther came in on the south train yestor
day from Grand Forks, to visil relatives in tho cily.
Mayor  Kilpatrick and  Mr.  A.  Mc -
Rao  went in the private car with su-
McKay  lo  Vernou  on n
WANTEl) — Boarders. The Shearer
House, Second street, under new
management, well furnished rooms,
nnd lirsi-class board for men. —
Terms reasonable. 2t.
WANTED—To rent, u 4 0r 5 Roomod
house, will lake leasta for year If
house suitable. Any parly having
suitable bouse to rent, please write
to Box 911, Revelstoke, B. 0.
BUSINESS LOCALS
A cuntuta i= primarily a narrative
musical, shorter than the oratorio and
requiring a place of difficult vooalism
or heavy orchestration, the theauicul
adjuncts of scenery,     costumes     and
more or less acting.    "Rebecca
these  requirements   the  music
aro
her
clever  entre-act  rnusie;  to  Mrs.  Fleetham for her excellent accompaniments
and to the costume committee of Mrs
llogan.  Mrs.   Downs and Mrs.   Walter
Bews,    whose      work     contributed so
meets  greatly to the  fine theatrical eflect of
bar -   the      performers.   A number of     true
very few weeks, I  will  be able to    inform the people    of British Columbia ' monious and lyrical rather than ma-   Eastern novelties bad been loaned by
exactly how  they  stand in  the .-tim -    esl      the narrative is tne undent Bib   Mr. Hall.
ate of the British piblic, aod tha* that '■'■' ;,J,i ol Isaac's marriage with t It is not too much to hope that a
estimate will be a high ono and an en Rebecca. The progrum committee, choir master with the ability of Mr.
viable on" I am very certainly con- "Ith . ommendable thoughtfulness bad Richard Sawyer, having ai his com-
vinced before 1 start. My mi--ion is i brief iUmmary oi the story printed m.ind the amount of exceptional vocal
not oue of pleading, but one of busi- ■ he programs ior which most of talent this city possesses, will eontin-
ness, and from that point of view we •■ ed properly grate-
haw already the very                 bj   ; ■-■
Mr.  Ri hard  Sawyer, cbou     master,
i   <o-iy ot musicians cu-
_•  :.. ide much   more
than tha     ienianded by  *'Ke-
o, i   is almost needless to say
the    borises,  wer-   =un*; with splendi'l
vu.ume and tone.   The shepherds .-hor
.lies Were very ce,:i.mendai»le  anl   the
.._  *       .       ght.   The     final
cr.orus   "O,   ding     pr* .
efls * in   oth
as to what the result wil,   be,    In   ali
other  re-^iects this  p'o*in*e is     very
near to Great Britain, a-  mos*        *'n
people  know, and  if      that   ser.
cen fittingly and proiitab.v
to business so much the better. T(*.a*
tt can be has" Ven discovered h
. ur business now is to expand and develop the process to the limit
ty so 'hat *his va-'  land      may
have its latent richee turnH to    account  in  the -nil' hment ol
people."
ua the good work and produce for the
music-loving  public of  Revelstoke, say
about Christina- time, one of the fine
oratories     such  as  the     "Elijah"  or
* Handel's     "Messiah"     which aflord
-ue-h splendid      opportunities for solo
work and chorus     with full orchestra
n-companimi-nt  with aU of which material     our    fair city     is bountifully
ieiessed.
Before     'losing,      special      mention
produced   should be made of the speedy  manner
which Tom  Me,rton and staff hand-
Sell Bonds in U.S.
he ,   tine  op    ledtbe  stage.   Thanks is a|so  due    to
portunitiee  ers   giv»n in   -his   cantata,   Messrs.  Cutler and  Stokes and    Jack
Probyn for their kindness in loaning
!"i-n decorations, etc.; also to Mr. H.
|,    Roden  who  held the dual  position
t<, th-   :,aa*  and  tenor,   but   it,
ipra       .ind  ii.te,       Mi
I   .,  .,   ed   th" part  of   R
n^  wi n iweetneei  and  po
tall] Bded     f',i
Vou can buy a granite dish pan
for 50c. at the Rovelstoko Hardware
Company.
Tickets for the Monster Merchants
I'ii-nic at St.  Leon Hot Springs, now
on sale at  both drug stores und
McRae Mercantile Co.
the
thorl  business  trip this  weok.
The anuuul union Sunday school pic
nic will be' luld al Albert Canyon oil
August 12th. A special train has been
chartered and a record ciowd is expected.
MrB. Thos. Bradshaw and family,
with her mother, Mrs. Milfer, left on
Monday for Vancouver, to enjoy the
rest of tho summer holidaying at tbo
Beach.
Miss Frances MacMillan of Calgary,
who has been the guest of Mrs. W.H.
Sutherland, is away al present to Heo
tor, for a weeks' climbing with the Al
pine Club.
Mr. Miles, formerly of thu Central
school staff, has givea up teaching.
At present ho is working with the Oil
Supply department of the C.P.R. Co.
at Vancouver
Mr. Erral, Presbyterian Missionary
from    Throe    Valley,  was in  town on
Thursday  for  the Rebecca concert and
■ft for  Albert Canyou Friday  morn .
Do you  want an income investment  '"«•   Ml- Erral isa violinist of note.
or desirable residence property— Consult H. N. Coursler.
GALT COAL is handled exclusively
in RevelBtoke by the Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
Macdonald's drug store has dome excellent pictures of the rush of the land
seekers at the Dominion land* offlco
here on Thursday.
Coursier's Clean Smokeless Coal is
the kind for cooking.
See the Revelstoke Hardware Co.'b
add for Bargains in Granite Ware.
Remember the tickets for the merchants Monster Picnic to St. Leon hot
springs on Wednesday, July 23rvl, ars
i ow on sale at both drug stores and
the McRao Mercantile Co. store.
.  e rnan»ger and treasurer,    and   August 20—Billy
pan   whowe   shoulders  the  brunt  and ,    theatre.
COMING EVENTS
July 21!—Merchants Monster Picnic to
St. Leon Hot Springs.
August 2.5—The Making of the Panama Canal and Balkan War, Kinemacolor Pictures, Empress theatre.
Clifford,     Empress
Mayor T. Kilpatrick returned on
Thursday from a short trip to Vernon immudiately
"While iq Vernon he visited the famous
Coldstream ranch. Mr. Kilpatrick
■ays that tbe conditions of the crops
are excellent all they need now is dry
mnn  weather.
Foi   the tir-'   time Ln the history e.i
the  Northwe *   ta   Amerj an   iiankm.;
,,n<i  bon sped    .n   e
his territory   md  financed  an    Leans
eif bonds foi t    | sadten town.
On W.-dncsilay tft^r:, ,.,n. Henry i.\
i'l en, r, pn ri t.^n- ol i.'len A < 'o., e>t
in t'nlgary, and with
htm he 'tarried 1150,004) worth of 30
year 5 per .tent. debenture* of the
town of Baettano. which he bad pur' li-
ased that afternoon at par and interest.
The- mone'y is to be used for the construction of a compete water works
and sewage system, •econd io none in
the west, and  work on, this will start
' tis of Mr. Roden who
m bis tottbe oapaoity proved himself
a live wire fnde-ed
MOTIOB
Members of the Dramatii Cantata
Rebwe-a are kindly repie-ited to hand
unsold  tickets   and  proceeds   of  those
NOTICE.
The Public  are  cordially invited  to
attend a Reception to be tendered the
Geo. Mercer of Winnipeg, Is in the
city. He arrived from the east on Friday and is at   the King Edward.
Dr. Hamilton arf business manager,
accompanied the baseball team to Ver
non on Wedneeday, returning Thurs -
:day.
Mrs. Chas. M. Field hai* just received word  of  the    death of her  mother,
Mary Palmer, at San Francisco,    on
the 16th inst.   The funeral services are j
taking place there on Saturday,   19th I   Mrs. W.J. Law was at home to ber
in-t, after whioh the remains are    he- friends on  Thursday at  tbe   ten   hour.
<■    ■ r-deo tA  the  whole entertainment fell  August—.—"Satan"  5000  feet wonder-
liceilent personation ■/                   lem [tie  not   too  mucta  loadd  thai      the      fui Motion Pictures, Empress theatre
e.-h  maiden    Ml                       I  hea wi!.. great  success  of the dramatic cantata!
il  Blister, was a figure „f eptoadid d.g RebeOaa  WU elu.- in no small degree to
uul   !>>-auufiil   appearance   and eli-
iiHi;  v ,  se,l., ln   ,
Mi   Ralph i.i** *      ,   I    sr, Ae,
.«
a. better  vot »• r.h.m    ,r.  '
ic! H.moi    defleel
nets   ion.   I'toteti
stage looked mor.' 'r ily Eastern. Mr
Paulding, as Abraham ac'el irithdlg
nity  and  OOmpo   ITS |M   '>as.
of his first solo and again  in
"0  I'ome   I.e'   fjl   Mow, '   weie  amon,'
the   treats of     th'-  |)erformane e    'ine
number   gr.'atly  "T);.,yed   wa
quartette  of ei^ht   f»mal<-   voice*     in,
Thou   who  has n  as  a  Bister,"—
sung as „ farewell to R«he'*.a A 'Iim.
bet worn, Aorabam and Blierei anl
another lietwe'n Isaac 'Mr. Paul Sam
son| nnl Rebecca, were both very
pleasing as was also a final trio between  Unar, Rebec- a and Abraham.
othe-rs wbo took leading parts in M*i
cantata  were  Mrs    Bqnarsbrlgfl,     as
sold to H. ti. Roden, at the Music ' <'aptain and Officers of H.M.S. New
.S-ore, immediately that the amounts I Zealand, on Friday the Mth instant,
rn i y  lim closer)
ins; forwarded  to Revelstoke for
IssinsaL
in
Out of town visitors b"ing Mrs. Telf«r
and Mrs. MacDonald of Bdmonton.
frank ftairi- and ./ Demerery, two
young lad^ are- in the hospital at
Medicine Hai, in a precarious eondi-
'. n as ihe result of the explosion of
fireworks. The explosives were left
over from the big Dominion Day oele-
bration The boys found tham, and
te1 inn<il a Wg time. Ons giant rocket
lid not go off, and they were re-li^fht-
ing It when it exploded. Carrie was
Mna, who »ang very sweetly the few thrown twenty feet and hie body waa
lines allotnd to ber; Mr WIM. Ij»w ■ Jo badly mantrled and burned that he
rence, who made a One Jewish ap ■ was not expected to live. Demerery is
pearan'-e in tbe part of Bothual Re- severely burned. Two other boys were
becea's  father;  Mr.   Albert  Duck,     as  »l1«;htly burned.
at 9 p.m.,  in tbe Parliament Build -
ings,  Victoria. ...
His Honor tbe Lieutenant-Governor,
ihe Honorable J.D. Ha/en, the Premier and Members of the Government,
will be present.   Full dress is request-
H. B. YOUNG,
Provincial Secretary
Insert to date.
DEATH
PALMER—At San Fmncisoo, on July
16th, 1913, Mary Palmer, of Clan
WHliam, B. 0., widow of the late
John Palmer, aged T8 years.
Miss Marion Smith, formerly nurse
in tlio Revelatoke hospital and now
matron in charge at ('base, passod
throiiLth lown Friday returning from
a months' holiday with her brother at
Calgary.
Mrrf. Stevenson and Miss Stevenson
of Vancouver, are here on a visit to-
Mrs.B ongai'd, Second street. On Friday afternoon Mrs. Uongard invited a
number of ladies to a verunda tea to
meet her mother and sister.
Mr. Trimble pud Mr. Hijuurcbriggs,.
loft on Thursday by the boat for-
Downlw Creek, from that poiut they
will continue on horseback to ('anoe
river, ISO miles north of this city,
making a thorough inspection of the
trails between these and Bowni.- croek.
Tho heat of yesterday did not deter many from attending the Tennis
club dauco in St. Francis Hall last
evening. About 50 were present and
Orr's orchestra woro at their liest with
thc most popular of old favorites and
a lot of new music. It was again"no
rest lill dawn" when youth and pleasure meet, to chase thc glowing hours
with Hying feet. A dainty supper was
served near midnight and dancing con
tinned for another hour to piano
music.
A chance for a vaeatiou which prom
ises greal pleasure to all who chooae.
to go, is the summer camp at Tappen.
Siding which opens next TuesVlay uuder charge of the Methodist church .
lt will be held in Tappen grove near
Tappen Siding and everybody is heartily welcome. Bathing here on tbe
shore of the Shuswap Lake is' safe,
and delightful; boats will be on hand
for rowing; berries are abundant for
those who choose to go picking, and
there are other attractions too numerous to mention. Free tenting grounds
to those who bring their tents, or a
moderate rental will be charged if
notice is sent in time to Rev. Mr.
Beamish at Salmon Arm, P.O., who
is the man in cha(ge of looal ariange-
ments. A stove is provided for those
who choose to do tbeir own cooking
pr meals can be fought reasonably.
Every day classes wifl be held and
talks given by well 'qualified men on
S.S. work, Missions, Religious Education, Bible study, and social service,
followed b? practical discussions. Tbe
camp continues fran*, July 2^nd to -
August let.
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