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REVELBTOKE
Railway Junction and Divisional Point. Headquarters for
Columbia River Navigation.
Huh of Timber Belt, Mineral
Zone, Agricultural Lands and
Vast Water Powers of B. C.
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KEVELSTOKE, il C. JULY 9. 1913
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NEW YORK
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REVELSTOKE
New York,  June 30—There is a roa-
Ubrary
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ANNUAL   .
JEETING
The annual general meeting wns held
AGRICULTURAL
COMMISSION
son Ior big real estate activity (to Rev   cu      July  tth,   The following  officers
elstoke     which the following from the 'were dieted for the year:
Evening Po-t  todny will explain: '    Commodore—H. A. Brown, re-elected
"The  Canadian     Pacilic    Railroad,      Viie-Commodore—J.  J. Garment, of
which  recently  sold  JGH.OOO.t'OO  of  its   Kamloops.
utock at $175 for the purpose of mak-   Sicamous.
mg road improvements io alleviate
tho heavy freight trattle pressure it is
experiencing at Revelstoke, B.C., will
ind lhat a New York syndicate has
forestalled iis plan at that place. This
syndicate which is represented by
George E. Baldwin of No. 160 Broadway, working on an "inside tip" qf
what the road contemplates doing,
has closed for thc purchase of some
2U0 lots for about  $1110,000.
"Part of the land, which lies on
either side of the Camdian Pacitic
ro id-bed is needed to provide a site
for a new station nnd ihe big hotel
at Revelstoke.
"The plan is to move tho station
und the hutel to the other side of
llie  tracks, so that the road    mny be
Captain—W. K. Fin'ayson, Sicamous
Trcas.-Soe.—E.L. Berry, Annis.
lh - Ualune'o sheet was presented and
audited and found correct with vouchers as follows.
Balance sheet year ending June 2nd,
1913:
Hear Evidence of Local Citizens on Various Branches of
Agriculture.—Commksions Say Revelstoke Land Produces Best Yield They Yet Visited.—Mr. Walter
Bews Takes Commissioner on Auto Tour ol" Valley
—Party Leave ibr Ashcroft.
1.
2.50 Per Year
•c*e
UP-TO-DATE
AND NOVEL
Advertising Methods Adopted by
an Enterprising House
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As previously advertised the Agricul- I present  handled n  eertain  branch     ol
tural  Commission  held a session     ai   agriculture and Confined     their iipues
ihe Court  House last Monday morn - j tions     exclusively    to his    particular
RECEIPTS.
Joining     Fees   $ 77.50
Subscriptions     47.50
Donations      ,  1S5.0U
Entrance     Fees     27.50
Miscellaneous     Cash   40
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EXPENDITURES
Petty   Cash    $   5.00
widened   lo     provide  needed  trackage   Printing  nnd    Advertising      16.75
for  the  enormous  tonnage which     so   Bunk    Charges    25
ion.-.-sis both  freight' and      pn-*songer   Money  Prizes    170.00
traffic  thai   long  waits   arc   unavoid-   Balance in     hand   at   .Molsons
able. I       Bank    145.:J0
"Besides the     widening of tbe road 	
ing at 10 a.m.
The Commissi! n rs present were:—
J.J. Campbell, of Willow Point, S.H.
Shannon of Clover-dale, W. Duncan of
Comox. and CB. Christen-on of Victoria.
There was a rather small attendance
of spectators,  tho-e present practically consisting of the directors and   of-
$337.90   livers' of iho Farmers' Institute.
| It was announced that Chairman
Hayward was unavoidably absent ow-
in.; to the fact that he was preparing
to leave immediately for the old country with tbe object of securing evi -
deuce as to the meth .ds adopted by
lhe  English government in advancing
branch, The following local ranchers
were under a searching examination
ior several hours:—Rev. W.C. Oalder,
John Hay, W Shuttlewood, W. Smitb
and J. Matheson. The most important questions asked had reference to
■ rops and their average yield, total
crops under cultivation, yield per acre,
That Revelstoke is fast becoming
metropolitan in the methods of advertising used hy our merchants to
i all tbe buying public's attention to
the many splendid values which they
are ottering, also that the wide-awake
firm of Lawrence Hardware Compauy
are keeping up with and just a little
ahead of lhe times in an advertising
lespect is agaiu practically demonstrated by what is perhaps the most
elaborate system of advertising ever
attempted by any business house in
this section, namely: tbe giving away
of the beautiful Upton Parlor Grand
Piano which is now on exhibition at
I their store.
This piano retails at   $400.00 each,
at ibis poinl thc grade is to be reduced by t n i • i; n through the
mo nta n-. Th.-' work will give employment i.i several ihousanl men
nnd, as Revelstoke is the nearest
town ni importance to ibis undertak-
irg. the syndicate Feels ihat it will
i;-ai> a good proSl on the land tho
railroad will nol require tor the widening .-ml th, new hotel an.l station"
Incidentally it shows th it New
York is not averse to taking a plunge
in British Co umbia real ostaie.
$337.'.)0
Audited and found correct,  Signed:
lo. H. Congrieve,
M. K. Finlayson.
H. A. Browu.
J. C. McGregor.
M. C. Stiles.
E. L. Berry, Sec.-Treas.
After general    business anl matters
of inleresl for motor boats had    been
discussed, a vote of thanks to tbe com
niodore for presiding, closed the meeting to reassemble at  the call of the
chair.      v
Mr. Walter Bews, when some of the
best known ranches in the valley were
visited.
HIGHLY PLEASED.
The Commissioners were greatly
money to farmers. The vice-chairman pleased wiib what they saV* and said
was also absent as he was about to thai the different reports of tho var-
leave for Australia where he will ob- ious farmers added to what they bad
tain exhaustive evidence re'laiing to personally seen convinced them that
the  method  the      Australian  govern-   the land ai Revelstoke has produced ft
menl  was adopting in rendering financial aid to the farmers.
COMMISSIONERS  DUTIES
Each member    of      ib.-    commission
i tc. The Commissioners after the ' guaranteed for ten years. The prin-
dose of the session were taken ou an oipal points of superiority of this cele-
automohile trip through the valley by  brated   Upton  Piano  over any  other
of this class of instruments lio in the
three strings in unison with overstrung bass the splendidly pitched scale
and true sounding board which give
the Upton thai rich, deep, evea tone
eo much admired.
In a recent interview with Mr. Law-
reme regarding this decided innovation in advertisinj, Mr. Lawrene
stated: "We have been en'oylng the
Patronage and confidence of tha buy -
t&r greater amount per acre than any
other pla e they bad visited.
Th- Commissioners  left by the   four
o'clock train for Ashcroft.
WEST
COMING
The following was primed oi thc Oklahoma Ran.h Wild West Show, by
the Edmonton Journal, the largest
and most conservative newspaper in
Canada, between Winnipeg and Van -
couver and this newspaper's endorse -
mem may be taken as hemg absolutely unprejudiced and w.thoul the slight
isl exaggeration.
No more splendid and gorgeous cir-
e-iis parade than that whi. h the Oklahoma Raiuh Wild West show sent
through ihe principal streets of this
eity this morning has ever been seen
in Edmonton, and this earnest of the
1 ei formances.1 which ihey will give
on the CNR. grounds this afternoon
end evening and agaiu tomorrow, will
beyond question, crowd tht- arena to
ils utmost capacity.
Real lowgirl and cowboy champions,
several of whom won their titles at
tho great Calgary Stampede last year
and who will defend them at the
stampede here next August, ride in tlie
ranks of this organization and with
them ar- s-ores of Indians, Cossacks,
Mexicans and other rough, riders from
nil parts of the world.
Tha streets were lind with crowds
oi sightseers and there were thousands
cf exlamatioua of commendation at
the s'.gbt of the beautiful big horses,
who drew the ponderous band and
tableau wagons    anl    for  the      wiry.
GUN
CLUB
DRAMATIC
CANTATA
REBECCA
We learn with interest that many of
the properties used in the Dramatic
Cantata "Re'.iecca" which lakes place
in Thus.lay, juiy i7t|,, in iho Em-
I theatre, belonj   io tlie  Uev. Lash
le] 11.ill all I e ome iiom the Holy
Land   itself.    Ann n.st   ihem   will      be
seen on lhe night of the production a
ia      ,n.i.e   ol   the   Water   Pit'her     Used
i.y Rebecca of icriptural fame, and
after wh .in ihe title ol this cantata is
named, tins pitcher • atne from Jerusalem. Tbe-ie will also be in evidence a
Virgin Lamp and Ves-el similar to
those referred to in ine Bible as having been us d by the wise and foolish
virgin-, these are of Hebrew workman
ship and Vome (rom Hebron. Then
there wi l  be a  Shepherd's Crook     of
Y.M.C.A.
WEEKLY
_ NOTES
BOYS' BIBLE CLASS
The boyB' Bible class of tho V will
in Sunday next, meet in the Y.M.C.A
ai 10 o'clock sharp. This will be
story Sunday, mil ul-'o the last of the
outdoor Bible class for this summer.
All members are requested to attend,
and make tho last rally a good one.
SK0CT
RETAIL
CLERKS'
OFFICERS
The following scores were made    by
members of the Revelstoke Gun Club
At 8::10 on Monday uight in the city
hall, the members    oi  ihe new Reiail
ai      iheir     weekly    shoot, twenty-five   Clerks Asso.iation hold their first bus-
BASEBALL  NOTES.
On Widnosday  (tonight)  the Y.M.C.
Lirds being shot at in each event:
A. J. McDonell—21, 25, 26, 23—97
W.  A. Sturdy—23, *J3, 22, 20-88
J. G. Barber—22, 23—15.
W. A. Foote—22, 20—42.
H.H. Rickelson—24, 22, *23, 22-91.
F.S. Ellis—21, 22, 19, 20-82.
McDonell and Foote tied for the Dupont medal, in ihe shoot off McDonell
woiv.   Mr. H.H. Rickelson was a guest
inoss meeting. Some 40 per-ous eligible for membership were present, of
whom 35 were enrolled.
lh» ebition of officers resulted as
follows:
President—Mr. Shuttlewood.
Vice-President—Mr. D. Orr, Jr.
Secretary—I. A. Woodland.
Treasurer—T. E. L. Taylor.
It was divided to hold regular meet
mgs  of  the  membership  on  the    first
of  ihe club anj made his usual score
over "jo percent., he is on his way to Monday ni rah month, ihe executive
Nelson for their tournament on the 11 lo meet twi e pei month oa the first
and  1-th. ond third Mondays.
Th<- Revelsloke contingent will leave      The executive will meet in the Y.M.
hereon Thursday morning for Nelson,  CA.  on Wednesday evening next the
A.  and C.P.R.     will  clash,  and     on],hey will be accompanied by Mr. Mink   Sth inst, at 8 p.m.
Thursday as un extra game the Y.M.1
C.A. and Pirates will piny a postpon-' ers from the Okanagan
.-d game.   Manager Cowan is right af- 	
ter     the scalps  of the  Pirates so    a!
i-ood game is assured.   Tho  Business -
men are picking      up and before  l-.ng
some of the winning  teams will   have
ers of this community for   some time tough little bronchos whi. li  the rough
row and by always trying to keep our  riders bestrode.
stocks complete ihe saying that 'You The parade was led by Coi. Zack
can get it at Lawrence's has become a Mulhal, "the Father cf Oklahoma."
household expression. Iu giving away und one of the most famous ond pio-
this piano we nro actuated by a double tines-,,,,, figures whiih the "wild and
purpose, to show our appreciation ot woolly" country has ever developed,
the lationage of our friends during the Rancher, cattle king, United Stales
past, al-'o to encourage new trade and marshall, his adventures and hair-
to bring the many  splendid values we  breadth escapes at the hands oi man
and the fury of wild animals would
fil volumes.
Behind him roue h.s daughter, Lucille, the undisputed feminine .-hampion lariate thrower ot the world and
viinrof th> lirsi prize in this competition at* the Stampede In Calgary
last year.
Otto Kline, the slim young cowboy.
E.C.  White,  Rickelson and the shoot-
native wood, an.l a  typi.-ul      Bedouin   to keep their eyes open.
The following is the position of the
Rod and Stall, all of whioh conn- from
Palestine, and a Sling, Wallet or
Pou-h, an.l Reeds sucl, ub wore Used
by David. Th.- pros, nts which figure
in the Cantata, i»-.n.' given by Blister
to Rebeeca, will • e.nsist of s"ome valuable relii - made from Olive woo.I and
iollccti-<l m ths Holy Lnnd. Rebecca
will Weal a No k ac. or Strin.: of
Chai nis whi.-h ih- Eastern people be-
lieved t. ha e the power of keeping
away the 'evil-eye.' With the know -
bdge iimi tin- interesting relic will be
in evidence, it maybe said with [icr-
foi I -afetv that nil who attend the performance will lie -afe from iIn- inllu -
nie-i- of ih.e-c p.i lesssd of iIw* ' bad-
eye' The charge for admission lo the
performance |s to be reservod seats 81.
Unreserve I, 7V. Tickets wo understand will l<e in e-iie illation from today, and may be had from all mem-
tors of tho ihoir.
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teams at present:
P.
Pirates     g
Y.   M.  C.  A 7
Businessmen  9
0.  P. R A
Tomorrow morning at sir o'clock
the Physical Director will take a num-
lnr of boys up to the top of Mount
Itevelstoke for nn outing. About 12
boys will take part in the tramp,
are looking forward to a fine timo.
all
GUY BARBER
BASEBALL
TROPHY
Alderman J. Guy Barber is present-
in,- aii elegant silver cup lo the pitcher in the base ball league who will
na'ie the best pitching average dur-
n,- the season.
There will be keen , otiipetition for
■his' cup.
CONVICT
CHEQUE
ARTIST
On June 27th a young man stopping
at the Hotel Revelstoke aptiroachcd
the duy clerk of ihe hotel, Richard
Kay, with regard lo the dark cashing
a $10 check for him ou the Union
Punk Vancouver, As Arm-trong told
un exceedingly plausnble story, young
Kay cashed ihe checkj om of his pergonal  funds,  handing  the check
ure now showing in all lines to the
attention of every buyer in this territory. The plan wc aro using in giving away this piano is equitabic and
fair to all, simply this, every person
buying cne dollars worth of any -
Ihing in our storo will receive a coupon good for 100 votes. Thc person returning to us on December 27 the largest number of votes will l»e given the who won more prises at Calgary thau
piano absolutely free of all cost. No all ihe other contestants put together,
favors will be shown. Our reputation and who like M.ss Mulhal will bo at
for •s-mare dealing' assures our cus- tho Stampede in Winnipeg next Aug -
tomers of that fact." „st, was another notable figure    who
This four hundred dollar Upton w-'s frequently recognised anel cheered.
Parlor Grand Piano is surely a present Homo( Wilson, ebief of the cowboys
worth having and we predict a very antl a roper of -u- b wonderful ability
"merry race" for votes during the '•'a' ''■"" ~'*:'': seems uncanny, led a
next few months. brigade     of    caret-ss, devil-may-care,
The   Lawrence   Hardware Company bironch|) ''"-'ers.  gay    with    brilliant
are surely to bo Congratulated     upon   "llk 'hirU alld >ilvcr ■puw'
iheir     broad-minded     methods     and     Four bands of mU8'° brayed     con-
"Trade Getter"  advertising system.      tlnuously and    ihe,lan,,r    was    also
  augmented by the customary     steam
Calliope'.
I All iu all, it was fittingly anl thoroughly demonstrated that the "'circus
baa ■ ime."
i Tho Oklahoma Ran.h Wild West will
show in Reveistoie on Monday, July
llth. given a big free .street parade in
the morning and shows i„ ihe afternoon and evening.
Big Bend Fone
Active preparations are un ler way
for the construction of the .'or,-stry
protective telephone line iio.n )-,-.. 1-
-to.e io the Big Bend, the Una to run
foi a distance e.f seventy miles, mostly  -licking close  to  tb- nvei   bnnli-.
Mr. T.M. Butherland, , ontracior of
Victoria, was in town this week lo.iii-
ing over lbe route with a view to ten-
DAIRY
TESTS
PAY
There are such excellent , oucreie example- now and ugaiu outeTopping oi
men wbo prove ihai ii pays lo take
up cow testing, that their record* of
Mi,■, es-' make stimulating reading for
dairy  farmers all over tbo  Dominion.
H.ie is a good sample ,.( what one
a ae at Cedar Hall, Quo., in the
Qaape peninsula accomplished by care-
go .d cows.
REVELSTOKE
MUSICAL
SOCIETY
Given Civic Welcome ts
USBHSdHgReHilllilliia
tllloss,   wherefore   Armstrong     wad   | ouikIs nt a feed cost of 32..r>0, netting
arrested    and   brought    before    Police a  total profit of -*<7G.8*2 an average of
Saskatoon,   Sask.,   July  4-His  Ex-   Mttglslrat), Hamilton aWI a(t-r a hear-' I9.6U profit per cow.   Two of the be.t
cellency Monsignor     Stagni, apostolic   ing „, over ,Wo hom wfls [()UIl<1 KUilA „Ws in the herd the Qrsi     year wero
delegate, w„„ met ou his arrival hero  ty im,, .enll.n(H!i,  ,0 s,ix mo„tnH     at' ,ofl ^aeWjntally, iwo heif-is made up
today by the mayor nnd officially wel-  imru|aW ,„ th|, Knm|oopB g0al.        |(|„. h(,,, ,„ ^        in; a puru bIiy,
(i omel to thc rity.   A largo number of      ,t was  le&mi^  llmt Al.mstl.OMg    ,„.',■,„,  •„ k,p,
well-known citizens attended in honor  |otlLrtH| to a go0(1 family ,)Ut hifl ^ .    Tne QeXt ^    ^ (>.       cowfj
of  the occasion.   In St.  Pauls church,  lls, mode (rf  |ivini_r hud call!<M ftB -g, I |am 4140g pounH- ^ mi,kj ^ ^
k meeting was hold in the City Hall   aseisted by the local priests, tho bene   ,rangome,„  to spring up between blm-'ol .--,176 pounds, or l.OQo of an     in
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The Orangemen have e^ecur-
i-d (he following cheap Excursion fare to Enderby and return July 12th (Saturday).—
Adult, (I.4S return; Ohildron
J1.25 return. Train loaves do
pot here at " a.m. sharp, re-
turing to tho oity at Midnight. The Rovolstoke Rand
will accompany tbo prang***
men and friends.
H on Tuoe-day evening for the purpose of diction services  were conducted     and  B(,1( |lltd hi, botttf, favored ^lativ^.
over .fully  win hing his fairly
to his bankers, the Mol-on bank   for'and feeding     then     batter.   The that
collection.    In a  couple  of days     the  year his eight     cows gave him 33,511
unk received word tbat tbe check was ' pounds of milk, an average ol     4.1S8   *-*"""* °°  ,he   work>  wMvh  •**  ,0      *"'
lu-hoi    io    completion within thn-.-
months.
He de-cnbcs the Big Bend district
l'i om what ho observed of hislrip o.'er
ihe routs, as u-ing densely WOo.led
with valuable timber, which apparently is little damaged by fire and has
never known the sound of tie-woods -
men's axe. Outcroppi-o&a of valuable
minerals including copper a,vd silver-
lead also are  visible in  mnny  place*.
cieas*-     per cow    Tho toed cost $4.1*2
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organising a male voice glee club.  Mr.' tbt blessing invoked bv his excellency,      Tw,.ntv     .i,n„„nji
.1   ,   V V       , ™       „ „    .       ... .    : ,      , twenty     thousand dollars    dnmage  more per cow, but tho total profit was    ■/■■«■  ■ ■ «»,W,«»W (a ra ra
G.R. Lawrence was unanimously vot-  Tomorrow he will be taken for an au- was doQ<> lagt     week by raia storm8 „177>Mf  Q1, M  ftVoraKO   ^   m u !
ed to the chair. tomobile drive  and a public reception at Vancouver when the flood descend- cow.   This is an increase of one hun-
It was decided that the organization  will be held in the afternoon. ■ (Hi at tn, „lt<! of ihrw ,„,,„„„ pcr hour dped — ,Wrty ^ ^ jn ^ proflt
bo called tho Revelstoke Musical So- Tb,- Vancouver Drug Company     lost  It   pays lo give additional feed lt the
"icty* Mother-"Johnny,     you eeid you'd five  thousand dollars  by tho flooding cows   kept are ol     tho typo to make
The following officers woro elected.-   been  to  Sunday-school." ofa basoniont   and  Fletcher Brothers,  no of it profitably.
Johnny     (with a   far-away look)— music store basement was so    badly;   Tho forcible realities are these- The
"Yes, mama." drenched   that  nearly    ten    thousand   gross income from  milk increased    by
Mothor-"How  does  it happen that dollars worth  of gramophone records J130.I3 from the same number of cows
your hands smell of fish." were lost. , tto profu ,al. more than ^^^ and
President,  Mr. W.M. Lawrence.
Sec-Trend.—Mr. H.V. Morgan.
Mnng.-Ooni.—Mr.   R. E.    Thompson,
Mr. O. Hawker, Mr. G.R. Lawrence.
A  general  nn-eting  was  called     for
Johnny—"I carried homo tho Sun-
tho  owner haR  received every encour-
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2 lTdf/„ CVP!!lnR ?l * °'Cl°Ck 'n ,hc,'daJrs"h001     P*Per.  m»'    'he outside     Next to agriculture, mining ie   the agoment to try lor et* bettor results
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\ TAGS TWO
THE MAIL-HERALD,REVELSTOKE
•WEDNESDAY,  JULY 9th, 191*
Drug Store Goods
THREE BIG AGENCIES OF WELL KNOWN GOODS
BROWNIE CAMERAS
$1, $2,   $3,   $4.00
FOLDING BROWNIES
$5, **7, $9, $10, $12
KODAKS
$10, $12, $15, $20,
$25, $65.
VEST POCKET KODAKS
$7.00.
PREMO CAMERAS. $5.00, $7.00, $10. $15
We have all the above priced cameras in stock and
can suit you as to size and price.
FILMS, FILM PACKS AND PRINTING PAPER always in stock
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REXALL    FULLY   GUARANTEED   GOODS
CELERY AND IRON TONIC has won out on its
merits, being called for regularly without advertising.
REXALL LIVER SALTS, taken before breakfast,
clears away the cobwebs. Particularly recommended for kidney, rheumatic and liver troubles.
 35c. and 60c. per bottle
Q00 other Rexall lines of best quality).
When the trial of seven suflragettes j
arrested in the recent polico raid on
their haedquarters In London, Wa^ re-
sumed, Miss Annie Kenney, acting as
her own counsel dramatically accused
the government of treachery and
trickery in the prosecution. She shouted: "If 1 have to die to get votes for
women, I will die, whatover your verdict. But It would be unjust to convict us and to allow tho Ulster Un -
ionists to go scott free."
III.
PALMER'S NEW YORK LINE 0E PERFUMERY
Including TOILET WATERS, as good as Perfum*
Rose L»avps 50c, $1.<0, $1.75
Apple Blossom	
Rise Leaves Perfume, per oz $100
Sifh-t Powders, per oz 75c
Perfumi d So ips, per liox  50c to $1.25
M ^SOUITO    LOTION    Will keep off mosquitoes, sand
Hies and other insect-)         25c
INSECT    POWDER to burn in the house; will clear the
room of mosquitoes, per pound 75c
Bews' Drug Store
ffifc SfecctCC Store
■nEBOTTSil
For Dyspepsia
If you sui'i'cr Stomach Trouble,
and you try our remedy, it won't
cost you a cent if it falls.
To prove to you that indigestion
and dyspepsia can be thoroughly relieved and that Rexall Dyspepsia
Tablets will do it, wc will furnish
the medicine absolutely free if it
fails to give you satisfaction.
The remarkable success of Rexall
Dyspepsia Tablets is due to the high
degree of scientific skill used in devising their formula as well as to tho
care exorcised in tlicir manufacture,
Whereby the well-known properties
of Bistinitli-Subnitratc and Pepsin
have been properly combined with
Carminatives and other agents.
Bismuth-Subnitrate and Pepsin
arc constantly employed and recognized by the entire medical profession as invaluable in the treatment
of indigestion and dyspepsia. Their
proper combination makes a remedy
invaluable for stomach relief.
We are so certain that there is
nothing so good for stomach ills as
Hexall Dyspepsia Tablets that we urgo
you to try them at our risk. Three
sizes, 25 cents, 50 cents, and S1.00.
You can buy Itexull Dyspepsia Tablets
in this community only at our store:
WALTER  BEWS.
Revelstoko Hrltish Columbia
Tlie *(l»>*aSl Store
There is a Rexull Storo in nearly every town
nnd city in tho United States, Canadu ami
Great Britain. There is a different Reiull
Remedy for nearly every ordinary human ill —
each especially designed (or tho particular ill
for which it is recommended.
Tbe Rexall Stores are America's dreatest
Drug Stores
Lumb
L.E.GrRIFFITHS
Hay, Grain and Feed
Office:
Cumming's Transfer Co.'y
Second  Street
G. W. HALL,
Manager
umDermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -   Rsvelstoke, 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 in vour business,
C. N. R.
REPORT
SCOUTED
Ottawa, Ont., July 7—No official
Confirmation can be obtained here of
the report that the -government has
under contemplation the aorjuisilion ol
thc Canadian Northern. The premier
and mo-'i of his cabinet are out ol
lhe city, ami those who are here will
not   discuss thc matter.
The Daily Citizens makes light ot
the report in the following statement:
"Temperatures in Ottawa this week
have been around the century mark,
and in the government circles to this
condition is attributed the story that
the government is to acquire by way
of public ownership, the Canadian
Northern railway. A cabinet minister
spoke ti to about it to-lay dosci\l'bed the
story as a mid-summer night's dream
"the proposition has never been
mad.- or even remotely suggested.
There Is a , indication here that MacKenzie & Mann want to sell out, and
no declination by the government in
favor of state ownership. The gov -
ernmeni is just completing the financing ot i-he national transcontinental a
most onerous undertaking. It does not
purpose to mak-e any further committments, cspce-ially not in the line of
buying • .itI  the Canadian Northern."
Referring      to the  report  the    Free
Press, Ottawa,  (Liberal),  says tonight
"While ministers who still remain in
the capital  do not  credit  thc    report
that    the    government   seiioiisly ton-
I templates   takin*  over   the    Canadian
l.orlh in  system,    the  story    is    met
d n-ed  nnd  seams  to  lave come from
n    well-informed source.      Ih'  rumor
i was mentioned in     American     news-
, pa* ers as far back as two weeks ago,
I an.l svnal conferences between Canadian  Northern  railway    officials      and
members of the cabinet combined  with
the  hurried   trip  of the minister of lin-
an.j lo England, may have caused the
report.   Whatever mo e   is on     foot
ii is certain that streniio is denials will
i ome  from  the   MacKenzie  and  Mann
■i-iti-r -sts ■ nd also 'rom the governmenl
for   premuture publication   of   detail
plan- for  lhe acquirement  of the railway  would  make  the  in-^k  of adjust -
ment  between      -uch  diverse  inte esls
difficult  and perhaps impossible."
CONSERVE
HUHhblhY
HE6UUKCES
THE PLANS for good plumbing differ
from the ordinary kind. Vou may not
be able to note the difference, but every
good plumber knows. OUR PLANS
include only materials that will give
lasting satisfaction and workmanship
that will prove dui
Ko matter how important or how unimportant the job mav be, we never
slight any detail of PLUMBINGWORK.
REVELSTOKE PLUMBING ANO HEATING CO.
we
is
year
for    that      con-
lodging,   milling
SUMMER DRYGOODS
Ladies Tweed Skirts
Ladies' Suits
Only a few Suits left to clear at
Special Prices.
White Wash Skirts
Prices $1.75 to $2.50.
Ladies' House Dresses
Re*. $4, $3, $3-to clear at $2.00.
Spring Wash Goods
Our stock Never Better.   Prices
marked down from 40c. and 36c.
 _ 25c.
Ladies 1-piece Dresses
in White Lawn, and Muslins.
Regular $4 and $6. Your choice
for $2.00
Women's Spring Hosiery
Women's   White  Underwear.
Millinery!
Millinery
Millinery
We are keeping in touch with
the Eastern Market. You can
depend upon the  latest styles.
REID & YOUNG
Fifty years is a very short time in
the life of a forest. Mosl oi thc
timber beln/g -ut in British Columbia
today is o»er iwo hundred yeurs old
—some of it over eight hundred.
it lakes years io grow trees— not
hours or days.
li we  want  eiin- trees protected
must can for ihem now.     Today
fifty      years  "ago"    from    ihe
1963—and  ih:it  is noi  very far away.
'i h -re is a crisis comine;—when the
forests which for a century men havo
thought "Inexhaustible" are going to
te greatly depleted.
IVe    must  prepare
tingency.
Stop the fires.
Stop  ihe- waste  in
and  utilization.
Stop  the iiise-t and fungus depreda-
Cul   timber  only   when   it is   "ripe"
—when  it will   produce as  much  value
an   lo-sibl."  in  usefulness  to men.
I'lant up the waste places.
Plant the needed shelter lielt-;.
The e   take   ume,     iln-y     lake    meu,
they    take    money, but  ih.-y    arc
forth it,
France    has spenl      $:!.-,,00fl,()OO      in
ng trees on watersheds.
.••riMin/  ''■','• ml    up  io 819 per acre
mum on   ome forests and gels
returns    up     to  $21   per     acre,
i hug  yi'-e 11n ■    a il     profits  up  io  $11
■•I- . ■ ,i
Kt    ,i  whole,    German foresW   pro-
irbou       l.OO nei   per acre     an -
is    I- n!    much  less than   one
nt, pe-i a re nei annum on the for-
pod   undei  management.
If  we hm'   tbe  fire  loss  against      tne
product. I mada1     fores*)  bal-
heet    how-;    an  < nonnous      dell it.
How -an (.'ana-lims    lop the louses,
the sta te?  There is but    ono
etlnwfr,      Pnblii   opinion,  public    COT'
i'-nc-  are  the  e.nly  forces   llmt      will
-   make for progrem.
flu- solemn Babl-aih. air ffMWfaok-
tey  strident cries from  ' de gang,"
ie [ftgsd  in a (fame of  one-ey«d-cat.  —
Keiially   11»-  good   lady  of   the      house
-.'•mured  ,v  protest  nnd  Hilifgentioii.
"Hoy," .be eti'nl, "don't you know
that it Is Sunday an-d you muntn'tplay
Inll in Ihe front-yard? Oo in the
l.aek-yard an-d  play,  H you must."
"Hey you«<>!" yelled thn lender to
Lis follower*. "Come on in the backyard.   It ain't Hunday there."
Sherwin    Poi-nfe
Williams    1   dllllb
  We carry a full range of colors in the above, both
_for inside and outside work,  also floor finishes,
___ Stains, Varnishes, Oil Turps, Johnson's Wood
Dyes, etc. For best results see that S. W. P. is
marked on the can. Everything in up-to-date
Paint Brushes.
STOVES—A Kootenay or Saskalta Range made by the
largest firm in that business in the British Empire; will give
more heat on less fuel, last longer, look and cook better than
any stove on the market to-day, we can prove this to you.
Camp Stoves, Camp Outfits, Baseball, Lacrosse and Tennis
Goods, Bicycles, Fishing Tackle.
GROCERIES, Fruit and Vegetables. We 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
JGROCERS AND HARDWARE DEALERS
First St, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
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A Remarkable Expression
of Public Confidence . . .
is shown in the statement ol this Company for thc fisi-al year
ending March 31st, 1913. As compared with one year ago, the
following figures are exceptionally interesting:
ASSETS MARCH 31sl,    1913   $456,915.72
ASSETS MARCH 3lBt, 1912  $1U,2GS.C0
showing a net gain of $J4.r),l',47.12
This remarkable gain is positive evidence of the convenience and  practicability of the O. H. I. C. plan.
NEARLY ONE-QUARTER MILLION DOLLARS LOANED
TO CONTRACT HOLDEltS nt r> PER CENT. 81MPLE INTEREST DURING THE PAST FISCAL YEAR.
If YOU Desire R Hom3 of Your Own—If you Would Be Independent  of a  Landlord—Investigate This plan—Now.
The Canadian Home Investment Co., Ltd.
"Canada'sOld Reliable"'
Home Office:   PACIFIC BUILDING, Second l-'lo.ir
VANCOUVER, B. C.
Revelstoke Ollice :      -       J. B. WATSON REALTY CO.
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Now Is the Time for Fertilizing Your Garden
Have a Car of Fertilizer on Track.
Save money by buying direct from
Car
P. BURNS & GO., Limited
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COFFEE - CHICORY - TEA
Fresh Roasted Brazil, per lb..._ _._ .._    35c
Fresh Roasted Mocha and Java blend, per lb    50c
Old Country Chicory, per package     20c
Ceylon Tea, in bulk, 3 lbs. for $1.00
Other teas,  including Tetleys,  Liptons, Ridgways,
Silver Spoon, etc. -
.John McIntyre & SON
First Street. Telephone No. 93
VCTE   m^^7"EI   IT!
For a nice roast, steak or
chop of any kind, try us.
Swift's Premium Hams
and Bacon, Premium
Cooked Hams, Silver Leaf
Lard, Banner brand Eggs
or a nice plump Chicken
or Fowl-
Don't Forget we Sell Brookfield Butter
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd. I
•WEDNESDAY,  JULY 9th, 1913
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGE TURK*
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To the Clients of the
J. B. Watson Realty Co.
We have withdrawn the advertisemeut offering
$10,000 for a name, as the property we were
asked to sell, after a thorough investigation,
does not meet with the approval of the J. B.
Watson Co., and we do not feel disposed to offer
to our clients anything that will not bear the
strictest investigation and which we cousidar
is a good investment.
Dominion Express Money Orders for Sale.
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J. B. Watson Realty Co.
W. H. HOROBIN, Manager.       Local Agency American Casually Co.
AGENT FOR   PACIFIC  SALES ASSOCIATION,  LIMITED.
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED 1855
Record of Progress for Five Years— 1906-1911
1906 1911
Capital                                          $ 3,000,000 $ 4,000,000
Reserve 3,000000 4,600,000
Deposits       ....         23,077,730 35,042,311
Loans antl Investments          -       27.457,090 38,854,801
Total Assets         -       -       -         33.0S0.192 48.237.284_
Has 83 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents in all
the Principal Cities In the World.
A QENERAL UANKIMQ  BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS  BANK  DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Interest allowed at highest current rate.
Revelstoke Branch. W. H. PRATT, Manager
ONTARIO
MARRIAGE
RECULATtOKS
The Ontario June bride of 1913 will
stand distinei irom all her sisterhood
oi former years by entering upon tilt-
wedlock ceremony under the new regulation-) recently enacted by the Ontario government. In fact, all those
who after today become man and
wife will of necessity conform to the
stipulation introduced into tie Mar -
riage Act by Hon. W. J. Haunn,
If such parties are nun-residents ot
the loaliiy in which ihe nuptials are
to take place, they shall give noli* of
the   affair  in a    public  fashion  before
I hand.
This stipulation,  which was espec-
' ially designed to discourage the free-
and-easy methods of border towns iu
the matter    of clandestine an.-l secret
i marriages, demands the appearance of
' a noti-e in the press for three weeks
previous to the occasion. On the general list of provincial marriages, however, ii will  have no special bearing.
Th-- other ImportB-nl addition to the
present law penalizes ihe clergyman
found guilty  of  uniting  parlies   men-
i ta'ly irresponsible, or undir th-- influence ief Intoxicating liquor. This
move emanated irom the agitation of
women's associations urging legisla -
tion io curtail  ih- number of fteble-
: minded in Ontario an, I to decrease the
! population of publio charitable institutions rendered necessary   on     that
'account. A tint- of $"i00 is admissible
in the eas- of guilty conduct 0:1 the
part ni a clergyman in neglecting this
order.
In th-i^e- ca«es where advertisement
is necessniy the issuer of the li ense
musi h-.i\f an authoritative -intiment
proc'almin-> that the re illation? have
been fcl'owad bo'ore h ■ I- Justified Ln
producing lhe li -,>n '-.
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O. B. N. WILKIE
PROVINCIAL LAND  SURVEYOR
Office: Lawrence Hardware Block
REVELSTOKE, B. 0.
W.  H.  WALLACE,  M.B.C.S.A.
ARCHITECT
Bos 205, Telephone 313. Revelstoke
■IARVE*?, McCARTER
. AND PINKHAM,
Barristers,  Solicitors,  Etc.
Imperial Bank Building Revel-
■toke, B. 0.
Money to Loan.
Offices—Revelutok*.    li.    0..     aad
Cranbrook, B. O.
ii»o. S. MeCarter,
V. M. Pinkham, J. A. Harvey
Revelstoke, Cranbrook
COURT     MT.     BEGBIE,   No. 14(1.
OF I. O. F.
..INFANTS 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. G. CRICK.
FIRST STREET
Laughton £& Tapping, Props. First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
European Plan
Open Day and Night. - Meal Tickets, $6.00
MONTHLY BOARD
Strictly First Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with Bath
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.
J.    ALBERT     STOITEJ      IFROIF.
Meets in I. 0. O. F. Hall n.xt   to
Tapping's Opera House  every second
and fourth Monday in month. Visiting brethren cordially  welcomed.
H. V. MORGAN, O. R.
WM.   8.   CAMERON,   Rec.-S.c.
-SELKIRK     LODGE 1Z,  1.  0.  O. P.
Meeta every ThurBday evening in
•Islkirk Hall at 8 o'clock. Viiitlng
'crethren  cordially invited.
C. NORTH, N. G.
JAS. MATHIE, Sec.
KOOTENAY     LODGE.  No. IS A. F.
and A. M.
Regular meetings are held in MASONIC TEMPLE. Oddfellows' Hall
en the Third Monday In each month
•t 8 p. in. Visiting brethren are
Mordially welcome.
J. HI HAMILTON, W. M.
A. G. BROOKER. Secretary.
COMTRGi
n. w. o. w.
Mountain View Camp, No. 229.
FARM
PESTS
Read "Mail-Herald" SALES AND WANTS for Snaps
The Mw-ion ef Entomology oi the
Experim ntal Farms Branch of the
Dominion Department ol A. ri ulture,
Ottawa, Im- i.m ntly i-sue.l Bntomol-
o ' al I Ircular, \o 2, by Mr. Arthui
Gibnon, Chief Assistant Entomologim
cu  "Fl 'tt-i'. otles  und   Iheir Co itrol. '
The Flea Beetles an* an important
group c.i insects \\hich attack ihe folia ■.>• c; in. uy plants. They are par-
tie ni.ii ly des11 ucbive to ih ■ l aves of
several kind- of vegetable crops, such
aa turnips, potato.s, tomato s, radishes, etc, The chief injury is effected
In 8] i in,* and early summer when the
plants aie visited Iiy large numbers of
iln beetles. Numerous small holo&'are
eaten Into and through tho leaves, in
e.ict, so.ne ol the Bpccles completely
defoliate certain plant-. Owing to
to their jumping habit, Ihese in-ects
are given the popular namo of ftea-
beetles. tn sfase th y range from one-
twentieth to one-quarter of an Inch.
In Oanada there are live -pc ies which
are of considerable economic, import -
ance, and these are tUscu s.mI and figured. In addition, des riptlon-c are
given of oiiilit oih-i spivirs w'lie ,i ,.
casionally appear in destructive numlier. A chapter on "Me lho Is of Control'' gives full particulars a lo remedies whi.h nave been found mo-t -tie-
Cessful in tbe control of those Insects,
Topics of this publication may be
obtained from the l'ublie ation- 1 ranch
Department of Agriculture, Ottawa.
Mefte Second    and      Fourth  Wednee
days    in each  month  in    Selkirk
Hall.      Vieiting  Woodmen  are
cordially invited to attend
JAMES  McINTYRK, CO.
H. W. EDWARDS, Clerk.
REVELSTOKE LOYAL ORDER
MOOSE No.  108S
Meete     every first and third Tuesday   in  Oddfe.lows    Hall.      Visiting
brethern  cordially  Invited to attend.
A. Grant, Dictator.
H. L. Haug, Secretary.
BUILD
NEW
RAILWAY
Saskatoon, Sn-k., July 4—Information Is received that the Canadian
Pacific railway will construct in thc
near future a line connecting Hal.a -
toon with Calgary via Mildun and Em
press. Tliis line- when completed will
open up a larjre territory ami will
parallel the Canadian Northern rail-
Way Goose Lake line for some distance. The now lino will cross the
Mucklin-Moo-<c Jaw line at Milden,
and will mean much to the district in
the vicinity of Kerrobcrt.
Industrial Progress, ani illustrated
monthly journal, descriptive of thc Industrial development of British Columbia, will moke its initial appear -
ance in June. The publl«hors intend
to build it on the broad and generous
principals, covering all subjects as
their importan-c demands and having
fm its constructive purpose nnd central aim a Policy urging loyalty ,ind
vigorously advocating the purchase of
products manufactured in IMtleh Columbia.
SYNOPSIS   OF COAL MINING
REGULATIONS.
Coal mining rights of tbe Domiuion
u Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Algeria, the Yukon Territory, the
\orth-west Territories and in a portion of the Province of British Columbia, may be leased lor a term ol
• wenty-oue years ut an anuual rent-
il of .1 an acre. Not more than
J,.16(1 acres will be leased to one applicant.
Application tor lease must be made
'iy the applicant in person to the
Agent or Sub-Agent of the district
n which the rights applied for are
•ltuated.
Tbe leaso will Include tbe coal niia-
.ng rights only, but tbe lessee may
ee permitted to purchase whatever
unliable surface rights may be considered necesBHry for tbe working ol
'tie mine at the rate of 110.00 an
acre.
Iu surveyed territory the land must
, be     described    by sections, or   legal
sub-divisions ot sectious,  and in  un
surveyed   territory   thc   tract  applied
'or shall  be staked out tiy tbe    ap -
' plicant  himself.
Each applicant must he accompan
ied by a fee of %i which will be refunded if the rigbte applied for are
not available, but not otherwise. A
I royalty shall be paid on tbe merchantable output of tbe mine at the
1 rate of five cents per ton.
Tbe person operating tbe mine shall
1 furnish tbe Agent witb sworn returne
accounting for the full quantity ot
merchantable coal mined and pay the
royalty thereon, if the coal mining
rights are not being operated, sucb
returns should be furnished at least
once a year.
For full information application
should be made to the Secretary ol
tbe Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to the Agent o. Bub-Agent
of Dominion Lands.
W. W. OORY.
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 Rargps.
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I SUMMER LEADERS...
$ Fan Tan
X New Blue
o Dixie Gray
O These are some of the new color tones. They
come in worsteds and tweed effects. This is what
the stylish dressers in large cities are wearing.
We are showing a wide variety of these weaves.
WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION
McRae Mercantile Oo.
C. N. R.
SOCIETY BRAND
LHOBBERLIN
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Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros.
Props.
First-Class in all
respects.
All Modern
Conveniences'
RATES, $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Rates
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Shiloh
<okkly ite'im cmiihi, curt* cold., and  heal.
4>( throat and lunat.        tl        tl       BS canta.
. . It Miqht Be Hot. .
BTJT
It is always fine in the plunge at Halcyon Hot Springs.
whoBe natural hot medicinal waters are the most wonderful health restorer on the Continent. Our record of cures
of rheumatism and other chronic complaints is unequalled
and verified by our gratified patrons. Located among the
greatest scenery of Canada, easy of access,—the Sanitarium is luxuriously fitted and finished for comfort and
convenience of guests.
Haleyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. BOYD, Proprietor,
Halcyon. Arrow Lakes
Howson C& Co., Ltd.
Furniture, Carpets and Linoleum at Eastern Prices, Freight
c/ldded.
Howson CBb Co., Ltd. PAGE POUR
THE MAIL-HERALD,REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,  JULY 9th, 1915
We have that roomy, economical, elegant
and trustworthy refrigerators you have long
wanted <£*' A** «W
ite
THE   BVRNETT"
The  Most Hygienic   and Sanitary
To Suit  the   Home   or   the   Store
KEEP COOL
Get One of Our Ice Cream Freezers, from $1.25 Up.
Oil Stoves—Good Selection $1.25 Up
WILSONS
RbiSON
WILD
Every ten cent packet will
kill mere flies than £8.00 worth
of any sticky fly killer. Refuse
substitutes, which are most
unsatisfactory.
1^MmNiMEAf (NG JI NSM ITH I NG
Buy Irrigated
California
Alfalfa ■*
lANtf
FINE
CLIMATE
l-ONC SEASON
RICH LAND
NEAR TOWN
)D TRANSPORTATION
PR1CF.S, KASY TERMS
EXCURSION RATES
WRITE FOR  FREE
LLUSTRATED BOOKLETS
STINE & KENDRICK
528 Pender St. West, VAUCOUVER, B. C
We solicit a share of your patronage
Special attention given to children
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R. Z. CRAWFORD, Contrasting Painter
sign painting and alarastink decorating
a  j:ji:cialtv.   satisfaction  guaranteed
SHOP IN CUftMING'S TRANSFER BLOCK,
SECOND STREET
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Are
you
Interested
IN
<at £$lass 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
J. Quy Qarbers
Revelstoke's Pioneer Jeweler
We have ju t opened
a shop ill the    .
ibEALPOOLiM
After Six Years Service
to the Revelstoke public we
scarcely need an introduc'ion
JOS. HACK
Z* c flOafUtfoeralfc
l*i H*.ISt"-*r>   WF.T>VT*»»T>AY  AXP
SATt l(l)A*j   AT
R.1 \\   e.i   S '  .Ilk.        B.     C.
1 tiuei'ior iPuhii^lMini (XompHiig,
Limited
WbST
SHOW
The management of the Oklahoma
Raneh Wild West Show, which exhibits in RrvelstoUe, Monday, July 14
announces, as an expeciallyadded new
teu ture, on.' of the most sensational
acts ever presented in a Wild West
arena. " Auto Polo," the title of
this remarkable act, suggests the ehar
acter of tlie performan.e, but does
not 'give an adequate idea of its sten-
uotisne'ss or the tense excitement it
creates.
In auto polo, four racing machines
arc uiili/ed—two on each side. Eaeh
machine carries a mallet man and a
chauffeur. It is ihe mallet man who
strikes the bail and endeavors to get
it over tbe enemy's coal; but it is tho
chauffeur who drives ilie auio, and
who  has the responsibility ,i[ keeping
i o it of lhe-' way of lhe other machines.
The machines are lined up behind
lbe loiU, two on each end. As thu
signal shot iinj;s out ihe machines
dan Into ihe arena. While one machine     from     en h  side swings muml,
' guarding the respective goals, thi
others dash across the arena. eaoh
driver endeavoring lo reach the leather before ihe "enemy"—eaeh daring
colli on and possible disaster in Uie
eftori lei reach Ihe ball lirst and send
il hurtling toward the. opposition goal
Of ro'irsa ilis dangerous—a colli-ion
is alway imminent—a id now and again, whon ". machine strikes an obstruction the ear is ibro n nto th.e
■:i'r and lands upside down; but these
era th'.ngs to l>e expected in the game.
Auto I'olo—whi:'h la~ all the characteristics of l'oiiy Polo, bul with a
thousi ml added Incitam nts—s the
in I y nl tlf year, ind is pre-eminently in kee.i'nj with ihe strenuous
character of the Oklahoma Hane-h
Will We-'i show, whi h olers a tremendous hordeT eshTitii n, hen led by
tb- famous Mullhalls, anl comprehend
ii' every Iniwn J?a'tiio of Wild West
li*'. Rcoi'?s o" in.;, o s, lOWgirls, Iii-
di n~, Mexical Vaiirns, Co ac'\s,
and other iiiterestin* characters appear in ihe anu and in the preliminary para'da which Mn management
o'.ers ibn pubH" iit 1030 a.m. on the
mor:iin ; of llie exhibi I ion.
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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. SIIIBAU), PRBS.
J. D. SIHBAU), JR., Skc.
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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  Butter make	
G. W. BELI
I
P. O. Box 208
GROCER & BAKER
Phono No. 23
CANADA'S BEST
First Aid
>-.'.4   I   w    Jt
J.  K. JOHNSON, Manager.
I: xi.rii  (,    SOhOTON.   tiduor
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'3DAY,   JI i.V  9th,  "1013
'I". Ba      . . oi
he financial
:.   order
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Iei ou. B.C., July 8—Fi st ei I me-
hods .i'ipli'1 ley i alii'ian Pacific rail
■.'av shipyards corps al Ka';u<p on Sal
in lay nighl result d n saving the lie".'
..f Fran'< Lei a g3, who with Charles
Wo d- w,ij upset two mi'es out In ihe
i ike and v as iln i ,.•_ to lhc • anoe.
Ihe two ne n ye'lle.l for help an.l two
1 iiim h s  wer*!  rushed   to  ihe'ir assist-
.i  wiih     flrst ail corps on board.
I eharge     was unci nscious and would
ave  ■',.■',  I' fore  r a hiii; shore     had
■ I.      been Ti>      '.'.mk of ih ■ eorp9,
tthich recently carried oil .,■ o . 1 prize
-. * b    'ie.- in e. v. i.t ■   o npetltion.
• i.O  ' .,  year are being expended  in building and constructions     in
h Columbia.
C*;ui\Kt—
IT'S PLEASANT
TO BE SERVED
mi   promptly   and   perfectly   as   you  are
a ihis restaurant.    Aud the service is
in ly a foretaste of
the f:ne meal you will enjoy
It is said that the way to a man's
li ni is through liis stomach. We are
sure to reach yours il you'll drop ill
snd try our hill of fare. If perfect victuals, perfectly conked and perfectly
served, will (min your friendship,   we
are absolutely ••ure of yours.
WINDSOR    CAFE
A. (i. Tiiiakison* Manager,   j
NO    MCRE    FAT!
Simple F..t Reducing Treatment —
No more about being too fat, I can
reduce your weight without dangerous
drugs or starvation diet. Write for
particulars lo Anna Sharp, Edmonds,
Dritish Columbia.
IN USE 40 YEARS
GOOD THEN BETTER NOW
Perfect Scale, Purity of Tone, Susceptibility ol Touch, Beauty of Finish, Workmanship and  Durability.
OUR PLAYER PIANOS
with humanlike control contains all the
latest improvements and devices.   They
arc perfect   ill   tone,   artistic   in   design
ami capable of diving life-long service
WE INVITE COMPARISON
The very best material and thc best
skill that money can secure are cm-
ployed iu their construction.
•ntittg
SUMMER   SALE   IN   TAILORING
place
LADIKS* ANU MEN'S SUITINGS
■    -SU     .:: ' * ■       ■
-     op
:  'ii all ordei finished.
y.. moi
ll  VugUSt   ;
eiei Wintei ! will
then need lhe mon ne.
:*i;ii.* VOUf   order,    winch isest
atten I n i for busin
H- F. cTVlORTENSEN, ladies' dnd Gents. Tailor
AUVKRTfSER   OF    FACTS
Phone 332
P. O. Box 349
IRON CASTINGS
Orders will be taken
for IRON CASTINGS
Foundry  now   under   Construction   in   rear   of
S. McMahon's Blacksmith Shop        S0 A*
PATRONIZE    HOME    INDUSTRY
H. E. HULETT,
27 THIRD STREET. EAST
fiom sped
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'in Con Im n       i    i ■■■■•■   •.,■•.,.
.a!.,   t,f   i  ri puts
lei ing ,ii Sooth k i tei n ffloropi
ihe editor of thi      ipei  I   only bi ho
in ' the opinion   of the average oltii
■■'.'•'   i .im nia When   be   I   i>>        hit    i he
besl think' for Europe imJ Um ■ irM
generally, is for     neutral ■t«tea     to
make' im   milch   money  as pinslble    out
of ihe burlneu oi   upplying the Bai*
knn stall's with lbe munition of warfare, nnd lei lh"in proceed in slew uninterruptedly  in  their own julco.
LUCILLE MULHALL
With the Oklahoma Ranch Wild West Show
lievelstoke, Monday, July 14th „
McKenzie Ave., Revelsloke,  H. C.
Head Office and Factory, Toronto, Ont.
Phone, 262
FRESH
STRAWBERRIES
EVERY MORNING
AT  THE	
REVELSTOKE
NURSERIES
W.   II.  l'oltrulT,  Prop.
PHONE 56
Phone IM
r. o. Box .w
H. E. HULETT
Contractor
Carpenter, Mason
Painter and Decorator
Odd jobs  of   every   description,
Including plumbing,  tinsmithing
and pipe fitting.
Dur motto   Live and I.et Live.
Prices Moderate       Estimates Free
TERMS CASH
Satisfaction Strictly f'.uanmteed. ,,
Residedce, 2/ Third Street East
Workshop in Uear of Residence
Shilahm
Ithe   family   remedy   for   Cou«hi   end Cold*,
'Shiloh coiU  so  little   and does   to mucht" "WEDNESDAY,  JULY  9th, 1918
THE   MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
PAGE FIVH
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Tree Public Telephones on Each Floor
Rest Room for the use of the Public on the Second Floor,
New House Furnishing and Carpet
Department on Second Floor.
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Revelstoke's Department Store
C. S- Hume $ C°- £imited
Watch Our Windows for
Special Lines and Bargains During This Month
Look at Price Tickets.
Five Choice Bargains Dn Sale Now
One Hundred Children's Wash Dresses,
Rompers, etc.	
100 Pairs Children's Rompers.    On Sale
at	
90c
50c
Fifty Girls and Children's Wash Dresses   |    /j £
On Sale at     I ._)3
One   Hundred   Womens'    Muslin   and   /•>   O/^
other Wash Dresses    J9 y\3
Fifty Women's Muslin Dresseses.   On    A   Q/\
Sale at      |,/U
BB
en'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!
Regular-
Panama   Hats
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
Our* Grocery and Crockery Department
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NEW GEM" SEALERS ARE THE BEST
WIDE   TOP—In   Pints,   Quarts   and   Half    Gallons.
SEALING   GLASSES-Quarter Pints and Half Pints.
Have a look and a taste of our Strawberries before buying
elsewhere.   Fresh from the Ranche every morning.
TO  THE GOOD HOUSEWIFE
Why waste your time and energy slicing ham and bacon with a knife
when you can come to our Grocery department and watch us do |t
with our V. B. P. Meat Slicer. It saves you time and worry and ensures satisfaction to your self and family. Every slice is the same
thickness, just as you like it, thin, medium or thick.
Try our Cooked Ham. Every slice ready to serve.
Swift's Premium JJacon or Boned Ham sliced to suit your taBte. Tell
us how you like it and we,do£he rest.
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THIS IS THE TIME FOR FLIES
We have a large stock of Wilson's Fly Pads; Tlanglefoot Fly Paper in sheets; Two-inch
Viper Fly Catcher, 50 to a box, $1.75; Four-inch Viper Fly Catcher, 50 to a box, $2.25.
$,!•. ■'i'i ,~tt t'ti l'te il*» ii'i ii'i ii'i ii'i tli iTi tti tti it* tti it1 vT+ it* iti ifi tti iT* iti iti iti iti iti it» iti iti iti iti iTi l't. ttt
'X ■!■' 'X   *   X   4*   4*   X   *   X   4*   X   X   X *X   X   X    " X "    *   X    X   X    *   X   X   X   X   X   X   X "    X   ™ "*"
I Specials for Friday and Saturday $
T Soused Herring, in Tins     IOc
X Young Kippered Herring in tins     IOc
J Bloaters     I5c
$ SPECIAL SATURDAY   Sliced Cooked Ham, per lb..   35c
■frtfr 3"fr*fr'fr 'fr 'fr 'X1 'fr 'fr 'I' 'I' 'fr 'I' 'fr 'I' 'I1 'I1 'fr 'I''fr 'I' 'fr '$»♦ 'fr 'fr 'I' 'I' 'fr'fr 'I' 'fr 'fr '3'
House Furnishing Department
Clearing a lot of Muslin Curtain Draperies in
our House Furnishings Department White,
Cream ami Colored Window and Art Drapingi
that sell at 35c to SOc.    On sale now at
25c
All Our Carpet by the yard are going °" sa'e al
(INK-THIRD OFF the Regular Price. You
can huy
$1.50 Carpet for $1.00
JAP MATTING    Nice   for   Bedrooms   and
Summer Rooms, at
35c to 65c
CARPETS—A very   pretty   Brussels  Square
Carpet, 9x9 feet, good design.     Special Price
$14.65 PAGE SIX
THE   MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,  JULY 9th,  1913
OKLAHOMA   RANCH  WILD   WEST
REVELSTOKE, AT 8 P. M., RAIN OR SHINE   llnnr|m,       llll U   4 il
Big   Free   Street   Parade,   10:30 a. m. fflUIIUdy, JULY   14
" A Wonderful Show "--Edmonton Journal^
" BEST  EVER "
WINNIPEG FREE PRESS
s
(ow Girls
Cowboys
Cossacks
on     llfc^^B
MUilO
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SIOUX   WARRIOR
 ...    .^a. ' :rAvisLfr.i..'hJM uuowuruau
AUTO   POLO
MARVELLOUS
ENTRANCING
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SIDE SHOW
RED EAGLE,   Sioux Warrior
"SUPERB"
Regilla   l.c;
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AUTO   FOLO
. 1_.L. MJPWUL'W
TheCreatest
of al!
Thrilling
"WILD WEST"
Sensations
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CHEYENNE INDIAN
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NOTICK.
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V^iit/
, 1XION     LANDS,    RAILWAY
BELT,    REVELSTOKE
DIVISION
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Sealed Ti i perscribed    " !'■ a-
'. der for     Wi 0 .   &J       ichool,"
will in   i<,, d  by  'he     Honoum I
' the Minister oi Public     Wo
No*.: v ^ herebj   given   that  QOon 0j Thursday, thu 10th day     oi
I v,  the  17th  day  of  July,  July, 1913, for the erection and
at and a       ible Dominion  Potion    fan nal one room t.
.   .    „      tue pre ol-housc a
Revelsti ■:■■ Sub-Ag< .     „     ,
im in Arm in th> s  Electoral
inera   ho . stead  D _,.
:,.: a    Landsin     .,.,   . .,., Parted immedia
rth and lai
settlement,  ior occu
to  E igli  Riv     ■.- '.-:•   are
ont
A^* ms of tender may b
'   ■ ■: day oi Jnn
Ision    ol   to:•■;• a .5, of Mr. F.W. Peai
duties    rax months.  . in Bad at,   Kamloops, Mr.
of three Years and a total     :
, ,      ,        , ,   Salmon   I the Depar
I ■ I   and        ,,,,,,..
.*.o: IS, . toria.
••                                                              ..   :. lerert can, for
ed and cultivated                                       d , obf in on
on ea h yea catioi
bered lega oa rhei'' *
ic.
t«*d a
a  .. chequ
■ a      on
■ mfoui   '
, annual but '      '      thfl M,tl1 !'     "     '
Mt  a    : ■'        '
required of eight    aci
tlennd,     Btump I     ai I      ul ivated,   lentaing decline  tr,     I
end 8     acres       rough       cleared'trftct when CftUed ' or li
and    uhlvated   residence   .   iir I Un   :"  ,ai   to   omPIe* ntract-
at least six months i    I   *     last ",[ for*   Th'! "h*"-"" ''     "
nar of     earning    pa enl   In  a bouse depo,,t of unsuCfte Bful  ****™*   w111
vortfa at least three hundred dollars h" tetaiwd ,0 ,hnni ,,pon ;he fXec" "
($2 0.00     co: mencem nl    of otiltlva- ,ion ol m contrat*
tion duties required within six month.'    T"ml e oonrtered nA*
.j-e,   date of   ffltry   entrj   non-s rign-  made out on ,h"' lorau supplied, sign-
al.l.. canceUable unless reasonable !>ro-,ed wi,h th" a"tual    «i-?™«""<- of th,
,     , . i  .•      i  „„ a..-    tender,  and  enclose-l   in  thn  envelopes
portion of cultivation duties done our-   .
in? each of the five yeai
On the 17th, 18th and to noon on
the 19th r.f .July, apph ation for entry made at Revelstoke will hav.' pre-
NOTICE.
furnished
The lowest   oi any tender not neces-
arily acoepted.
J.   E. GRIFFITH,
I'ublic Works  Kmi;ineer.
[Department  of  Public Works,
cadence.
Squatting on  Dominion  Lands     in1    Victoria, B.C.,  .lune 2',th,  1913.
timber  berth or on any other Domin-  j_,t l3all(! j %%, it.
ion  Land-',  will  not  hereafter  bo al -1 -   - ■
low<*'l, and will result ln loss of claim NOTIOB
and forfeiture of improvements. This is the last, warning lo Owner*
S. MABER,    of Dogs.   Any do? founr.' wii'iout     a
Supt. B. C. Lands. 101.1 tag will hn putta Pound
Ottawa, 14tS June, 1913. j HY   DI.DER.
gi, n thai     meet-
,-.••:       ; Agri ultur..'
.. .   at th ■ follow-
—
';   7th, 10 a.m.
a.m.
p.m.
i,  10 a.m.
h.  10  a.m.
■   .    ■ ■    a.m.
p.m.
i
ultural
I 1  p.'r ■
.
M.L.A.,
rma:.
-. .    nsen,
. July 1
i: THK HIGH  COURT OF
MIR \:.r
LEOl
e        *
■■n ol I 'ai
rAKE MOTH      • , ,on hai
mg you
to appear s ion   oi
Kihel   Ann   - an I ' iiatflel.l
Norton  Wuode-atu   rfheffleM    .n
i    i    I  I
en of marriage.   In   l. fault     ol
jour ell  not     be
nllowe'd    o arddl - .rt. und the
will proceed to bear the nail
Petition proved and proBono •• era
ten e m respect thereto
AND TAKE PTJRTHBR NOTIOB
that for the purpose ofor'-said wltUn
two months after tbe date of thU
publioation, am ippesranne must im
entered at the Wvorce Ki'Kis'ry, 8om-
eif;eet  House,Strand, f.^ndon.
ROBERT ,\. POTTOHARD,
Regirtrar.
Solicitors Sharpe Pritchard ft Oo.,
of  12  New f'.jtirt,  n«rey  Street,  I,#n
don,  W.C., A«entn for Geo.  J. Simpson  fi   H./fls  of  Sheffield.
Ist issue .1.11  lw. 44.
To Whom
Whereas
he a ove
1      March,
>n tho Matter of the Land Re Istry
Act, and in the Matter of Lot 17,
Block 21,     ltevels'ioKO    Cry  Map
■JLJCA.
it mny concern:—
the  following  title  de'cd  ol
iinntie ned     pioperty  has
D .mi'-   date!
1906, from Frederick Wil •
Brown to Minnie A. Brown
This ie, to give n eti • to anyon..'  in'o
posse-sion     the aforesaid title
ay have   ome and who has any
edge of the whereabouts of   the
: ed  to deliver same  to  the  un-
d   Samue.1   R.   Hoe.   Esq.,  Dis-
1 ..end Titles Nels n.
And further Take N'ot'ee that fail -
;n_- tho production of this deed within  four     we.ks from the date of tb>'
ation hereof that the    aie!
;   IteL'Utrar will  proved  to Is*
i Cerf B ate of Title in th*j name
■   ni*   Lawrence  ot   Revel-
H.C.
I   i*  the Land     Registry Office,
'<en    B.C.,   th     -Hh  day of  June,
S.  R.  ROE,
i , trict Registrar,
■ne  month.
CORPORATION    OF   THE CITY OF
REVELSTOKE.
NOTICE
Notice i- hereby j;ivcn that tho Annual sittin;,' of the Court of Revision
. i the' City .if Kevelstoke to hear all
complaints against the Assessment for
the year 1913 ad made by tho Assessor
will he held in the Council Choruber,
Oity Hall, on Tuesday, August 5th,
at 8 p.m.
Dated at City Hall. Revelstoke, B.
O.,   June 2Sth,  W13.
W. A. GORDON,
Acting City Clerk.
1st   iss.  July 2, 10t.	
WATER    NOTICE.
NOTIi ;■:
■    ■  i-i.
'.' v. nay.
i that    Claude     Watson
■■ ameron of Naku p   B.C ,  oc upation
Bten apply    for
••rmlasioa to    purchaxe th>- following
d  lands
•lenrln?   at ,,  po-N  plnnted   at
■   ,rh   '■".ast  f orner  t)f    'limber  Limit
'•-. ■   thenei   onth 60   chain«,
■a»t.   pe  Chun ,   thine  follow
Ir.g the m-anderini,'of tbe lake-to place
fe! commencement, containing one bun-
i .note or  lens.
Dated  dune :*nd, 1918.
CLAUDE WATSON OAMBRON
M  -fune 7, fiOd.
TBNBBRH
-     to  f'on'raniors.
Tenders are called  for  building    the
Sett  H'dkiik   Hall     Plans nBd  Stw.ifl
.\!i(,n     io   Im-   Htrm on   application     to
Mr    llanrrrk,   King   13dward  hotel,   ()n
Mrd  aftw Tuesday,    June 'J4th.      AU
t'li-der  to be delivered  to  .Ian   Mnthle
He.cretary, before noon, July 10, 1913.
The lowest, or nny tender not noocs-
I nrlly accepted.
For n License to Take and Use Water
Notice is hereby given that The
Canadian Pacilic Railway Company ot
.Montreal and Vancouver, will apply
for a license to take and use two
cubic feet per second of water out ol
n si ream three-quarters of lt milo west
of Revelstoke stai ion, which flows in
a southerly dire tion through and
within a portion of Revelstoko Townsito, and empties into Columbia river
near Uevelstoke. Tho water will be
diverted at a point one-quarter mils
from CPU. main line nnd will be
lined for Industrial purposes on the
land described as Canadian Pacific
Hallway Company's station grounds
■t   Hevelstoke.
Thi9 notiee was posted on the
ground on the '.list day of May, 1913.
The application will be filed in the
office of the Water Recorder at Revelstoke.
Objection! may be filed with the said
Water Recorder or wllh the Comptrol
In- of Water Rights, Parliament Build
Ings,  Victoria,  B.O.
Canadian Pacific Hallway Company
Applicant. By E. W. Bateman,
Agent, Vancouver, B.O.
The Citi/ens and Public are hereby
notified that July 23rd, Wednesday.
bas been set apart as the date for the
holding nf the Retail Merchants of
Hcvelsioke Annual- Pie nic, and that
in accordance with a resolution of thu
City Council, I hereby request that
date be observed as a Hevelstoke Public Holiday.
T.   KILPATRICK,
Mayor, Oity  of Revelstoke.
REVELSTOKE SCHOOL BOARD
Tenders    For    High    School at
Revelstoke, B.C.
Tenders will he received by tbe undersigned up to Wednesday, July 21st
at I'J o'clock, noon, fur the erection
of a High  School  at Rovolstoke, B.C.
A deposil of an amount equal to 5
per cent, of thc tender orcontract
l.rico must he made with each tender
by marked cheque payuhle to the>
.School Trustees.
Plan- and Specifications can he seen
at the Architects otlice, or Dominion
Becurity Office, Hevelstoke, B.C.
The lowest or any tender not
necessarily accepted.
T. W. BRADSHAW,
Secretary  School Board.
Revelstoke, B. C.
1st iss.  J.5, 4t,
WARNING. /
Parents arc requested to warn their
'hlldren against the danger of playing mound the edge of the government wharf dnring tbe prevailing
food water. Sveral narrow escapes
from drowning having oeen reported
to tho local press during the past few
weeks.
NOTIOE.
Tenders  Called.
Tenders are invited fo*c the pur hase
of a house at present situated on
Lots 18 and 19, Block 6, being the
house formerly owned by Mr. King,
also a small  red   -1
cn lots 15 and IC of Block G, City of
Revelstoke. All the aforesaid build -
ings to be removed by the purchaser
on or before the 16th July, 1913.
The tenders can be for each separate
building, or for the whole or for any
porMon thereof.
Tenders will l>e reoeived up to and
including Monday 7th July, 1913.
The lowest or any tender not u05)«-
sarily accepted.
AM communications or tendent to
be addressed to
Secretary Revelstoke School
Board,  Revelstoke, B.O. ■H
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"WEDNESDAY,  JULY Oth, 1913
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGE  SEVHN
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Special Slaughter
SALE
EDISON   WAX
Records
40c
Phone
262
Usual prico 6Bc each. Sale Price 40c Each
n     3 for $1    vl
Cash With
Mall Orders
BINGHAMS
MUSIC STORE
MCKENZIE    AVENUE
Revelstoke,   -   B.C.
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.!
Manufacturers of Aerated Waters
WINES
LIQUORS
CIGARS
Agents for Calgary Beer
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Imperial Bank of Canada %
Head Otf ice -Toronto, Ontario
Capital Subscribed
Capital Paid Up
K&serve
Total Assets,
7,000,000.00 $
7,000,00^.00 '
7 000.000.00
$77,900,000.00
Hi-hii In-s en- A^e'iits al all principal points in L maila. Q
Agent*  in liu'.-ii   Britain etna   United States—Loudon, England, JL
l.inyils li 'ok, I.innte d.   Chicago—First National Bank, Corn Ex- V
ohnnifp National Bank, Seattle— Seattle National Hmk.   San Fran- Q
oisco   Will.-. Fargo Nevada National Bank.   Spokane—Exchange X
National Hank. V
Savings Bank Department a
Deposits nf $1 and upward,  received,  and  interest  allowed  at Jk
current rate from date nf deposit.   Correspondence solicited. V
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr. 9
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! GRAND ORANGE CELEBRATION
ENDERBV. B. C. SATURDAY, MY 12. 1913
The Bnderby eiti/ens are arranging for a BIG DAY
to include ATHLETIC SPORTS. BASEBALL.
SPEECH MAKING. Etc.
Fare
Round
for tbe (Q jC CHILDREN
1 Trip iflfc-TJ    $|.25
REVELSTOKE CITY BAND will be present as
well as other Interior Brass Hands.
Train Leaves at 7 a. m.     Returning at Midnight
GOD   SAVE    THE    KING
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VOTES FOR
WOMEN
|By JULIA D. HENRY>
Editor's Note—The following is   the
prize-winning    anti-suftrage essay    for
Lwhlcli ,-m award of $100 has been ma-do
I by  tb;  National  Association  Opposed
i
t.e Woman Suffrage, to Miss Julia D.
Henry, ol Cleveland. The judges reading the essays were Miss Ida Tarbell,
Mrs. George C. Rice (Kate Douglas
Wiggins) and Miss Jeanette L. G-il -
der. Mi-s Henry is the manager of
'he Uol den Tea Co, of Cleveland, a
business which she hns managed successfully lor three years. She has -U
men in her employ. Her essay is here
printed fur  ihe lirst time.
Those funny lil tie sisters of ours,
whej are .-o busy demonstrating their
Btness to rule, claim that the only
women opposed to suffrage are
who I'llng to some sturdy oak
peer with timid eyes fiom his
terrag branches in.o tho big,
world,
Now, I am no clinging vine. I am
managing a Bucceselul business, which
employs -0 men, and have actively assisted in ihe election or defeat of various political candidates, Anl from
my expei iene-e 1 am opposed to woman
suffrage.
'1 h'1 reasons for the faith that is im
me are: First, the biological necessity
ot conserving woman's strength for
her great function of motherhood; second, the fundamental difference be -
tween woman, the individual, und
man, lhe gregarious creature, thiid,
lb-- economic ned id removing woman
;fiom industry and restoring her to the
nutural duty of home-making so that
she may co-operate rather than compete with man; lastly, the progressive
movements ni our time, which are
bringing in th'* day when man, tho
breadwinner, will again be able to wed
liis woman and to provide for her and
Ler children.
Woman is inferior to mau in bodily
Btringth. To do n man's work, woman
must consume her vital reserve. Such
a Woman approaches motherhood a
bankrupt. Too often her marriage is
barren, or h r offspring defective in
mind or body. Our debt to nature for
the gift of life is the continuance     of
; the tace. Besides that duty the privilege of voting is child's play.
When nature gave louccntration to
th'- -citing hen it was to insure the
hatching eif eggrf. Likewise has she
endowed woman with a narrow and
intense interesl in life, anl for much
the Bame reason.
Man i- a "mixer." From the Urst
tribal ward m*e .le>wn to the stock
exohange man has worked with woman
for common i nds, and that is the es-
sence of government. Woman is passionately loyal to her own. She is uu-
I moved by abstract justioe and the com
'. mon cood when they eonllict with her
peisonal interests. He who governs
musl seek the e o,union advantage or
he will fail. Man has proven .-apable
for the ta<k, while woman's' very nature unlits her for it.
Woman is competing with man   for |
bis job.   They    who would be     help - ,
mate are rivals.   Be ause woman     ia
d.iing his  work,  man  is less able    to '
pie,vid>; a home, and therefore, woman
| must continue to do man's work. And
■ tbis is the endless . hain of our industrial folly.   Votes for    women   would
j prove inly another chain to bind
woman to her present false place.
The industrial slavery of women will
not last. The spirit of our time spells
progress. Already living conditions aro
improving and capital and labor are
ioming together to work out the prob
lem of poverty. Within our generation
the yoeing man will be able to marry
and' the young woman will bo trans -
ferred from the shop to the home. And
with her will go lhe only plau^blo
argument for woman sulfrage—Oal -
gary News-Telegram.
FLAMES RESPECT NOT TIME
Like the fly that settles on the nose
of a monarch, fire visits us unher-
alc'id and unannounced. Prepare
for tliis worry-bringing contingency.
Insure Your Worldly Possessions
Let U9 write yon a policy that will
cover any loss you may sustain (rom
fire or water damage. The premium
is so trilling that few people indeed
are willing to run risks that'judgment and common sense forbid.
Take oul a policj to-day with the
KOOTENAY AGENCIES. Ltd.
A. E. KlNCAID, Manager.
Look!!    Prices Cut!!
No.
No.
No.
2—2 x 4   2 x 6  .   $13
1-2 x 8 _    $19
1-2 x 10   2 x 12-   .  _    $20
We are overstocked in No. 2 and No. I Cedar
dimension and offer above prices as long at
material lasts.
Globe Lumber Company
REVELSTOKE IRONand BRASS FOUNDRY
Wants Pig Iron, Kire Clay, Fire  Brick nnd  other Foundry
equipment.   Address all communications to
M. E. HULETT       M       P. 0. BOX 349, Revelttoke, B. C.
YANKEE
IMPUDENCE
PUNISHED
Vancouver, B.C., July 4—Two citizens of the United States narrowly escaped murder and sudden death to -
night when one of them plucked a
miniature Union Jack from a stand -
ing automobile and trampled it in tbo
mud. In a few minutes there was a
crowd of 1,000 and tbe offenders were
badly maltreated and would have lieen
more severely dealt with but for the
Interference o( the police. The affair
abound in the congested district in
the eaiet end of the city where there
is a large alien population and it look
ed for the time being as if there would
be serious rioting. Th» intervention
of the police, however, saved the Bit/-
uaiion nnd the two visitors weie allowed to escape by a side street.
Your
Individuality
Delineated
There is a character expressed in Tourner Photo-
graphsthat arrests attention. Models of artistic
and scientific skill,faithfully reproducing that indefinable "sou.elhing" that
makes a photo a "speaking ' likeness,
Why endure the usual
siilie-il and repressed style
when you can get something different—and belter—for thc same price?
Look Us Up!
The
Trueman
Studio
Ji. Douglas Tourner
III
V1L
Come and look at our Triangle Sad
Irons—guaranteed for ever.
PRICE-6 LB. IRON, $3.90
A.G.    DUCK
Estimates given free.
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.
Dominion Security Co., Limited
OF  REVELSTOKE, B. C.
beg to announce that they have opened up offices at the
comer of Tirst Street and Connaught Avenue for the purpose of handling real estate, timber, etc. It will pay you to
call and get particulars, and get in on ground floor prices.
We also make a specialty of listed property.
A. McRae,
T. Kilpatrick,
President. Sec.-Treasurer
P. 0. Drawer No. 4.    Telephone No. 321,
EARLY SPRING GOODS
Consisting of every conceivable size and make of
Hats, Gloves, Shoes and Underwear; also a most
extensive stock of Neckties of every shade and
style.
We have also a specially fine assortment of sample*
for our Spring Clothing Order Departmeet.
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Fit-Reform Clothing        Stetson Hats        Foot-Rite Shoes
YOU CAN HARDLY WAIT
for ele--sert time if it consists of
some of our delicious canned
preserved fruits or some of our
pure jellies or jams. Nothing
that mother used to put up
with so much work and worry
ever equalled them. And so
inexpensive, too. It's wonderful how little they cost  at
Hobson's Bakery
Phone 41
Box 734
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer     Draying
Handling Pianos a Specialty
Phone 42 -   Night Phone 85
E. G. BURRIDGE & SON
Plumbers and Tinsmiths
Repairs,    Hot Air and Furnace
work a Specialty
-WORK   SHOP
Oonnaught Ave.   -   Revelstoke
IV^AKE certain of complete success in your concrete work
* »*■ by always using
Canada Portland Cement
We are supplying Canadian farmen -with the highest quality of Portland Cement it is possible
for human skill to make.
We have reduced the price of Canada Portland Cement until it is within your reach for practically
every pur°pose.    It is the only building r^terial that is not increasing io cost.
Be sure to ask for Canada
Cement, in bags.
Canada Cement Company Limited, Montreal
IJ mom have mat rrtriitrJ a free ropy of "What the farmer cam do ivith Concrete,'' turtle our Information
Department and git ont.     Il'l a complete practical concrete encyclopedia.
^feTO^^tt^tEKitftOT-^ -a-ffW^Ja^^ .^.v. PAGE EIGHT
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,  JULY 9th,  191J
LOCAL and GENERAL
Mrs. J. VV. RussVdl of Burlington,
England) is in ihe city.
F.J. O'Hern of Toronto, and J.W.
Mcintosh oi Victoria, ure in the city.
A. M. Johnston of Vancouver, paid
this eity a business visit on Monday
last.
J. Yenable of Vancouver, and Jos.
1 atter of London, England, are in
the cily.
E.N. Hallock of Edmonion, came in
f;..m the east on Wednesday's Imperial  Limited.
t'.M. Oearsal oi New York, and K.
!a exandei ol Agasslz, are yesterday's
■arrivals in lown.
Mr. and Mrs, J.H. Howden of Nee-
-jav.a. are looking ovei conditions at
Revelstoke ihi- week.
Dr. McPherson of Arrowhead, has
removed 10 Salmon Ann. wh te he is
i   i ticing In- profession.
J. McMaster ,,; San Francisco, came
ic on the -outh iraiu eeu Tuesday. He
is at ilie- Hotel Rovelstoke.
The strawberr) social ol the Catholic church will take place next Thurs-
«1 ,y. July  ITih, at the church.
A Dance under the- auspices of the
"Tenuis Club will be held on Friday,
July 1Mb, in St. Francis Hall.
CM. Hickman ol Cal.ary, anel Miss
May Rice of Canton, Minn., are visiting in Revelsloke this mid-week.
R.G. Stra-han of Vancouver, and
I-:-. Partridge ,i Oaigary, are in tbe
city, guests at the Hotel Revelstoke.
From Ottawa comes Mr. Ries, to
t for himself the beauties of Revel-
Stoke.   He i- ut the Hotel  Re-vet'stoke.
H.W, Hi i.li-. o! V ui ouver, was among the many rminal city residents
io pay Reve toll a business visit this
veek.
Me-. H.P. Adams an I .Mrs. F. A.
t'aa'norn of Boston, are here this week
Thej are stopping at the Hotel Kcvel-
I
Th Kamloop- team an- expected to
1 ,n out ai full strength, and the lo-
cal boys will also be then- with a
<    . plete line- up.
J.  MeCalry of Calgary, is in town.
J.A. Elliott of Kamloops, ls here
this mid-week.
E. A. Baker of Vancouver, came in
from the west on Monday.
Miss Ivgthleen Sibbald arrived homo
Thursday from Vancouvor.
R. Cruickshank of Sicamous, Is in
the city, a guest at the Hotel Revelstoke.
Mrs. H.M. Rutherford of Winnipeg,
is paying Revelatoke a visit this midweek.
r
J.A. Elliott ot Kamloops and R-
Pearson of Calgary, are noticed here
today.
E.N. Hallon of Edmonton, is .iinong
i the   many  Alberta  visitors   to      visit
Hevelstoke  this week.
A.J. Lammers of Chase, was in the
eity the fore-part of this week. A
guest at  the Hotel Revelstoke.
G. w. Kuntz of Meyfbum, Sask., was
among the many prairie visitors io
town the fore part of this week.
J.W. Ruttle of Calg-ary, and W. VV.
Dttnlop of Victoria, are in the oity.
They can be found at thc Hotel Revelstoke.
Mr, and Mrs. It.13. Lewis of VaUOOU
ver, accompanied by Miss Lewis, aru
lie're this week. They arc stopping at
thc Hotel Kevelstoke.
Mrs. CH. Smith of Minneapolis aud
Mrs. W.J. Jcmisou of the same place
were Revelstoke hotel gues'ts last Mon
day.   Having  arrived  from   tbc    east
Sunday.
The Orangemen have received nolice
from thc C.P.R. of the following cheap
farce tn Enderby an.l return July 12.
rickets return $2.45. children $1.2u.
Train leaves ssven o'clock Saturday
morning,  July 12th,  returning at mid
The customs revenue for the month
nt June at tbc Revelstoko otlice shows
an increase of $10,nno over the corres-
I muling month of la-t. year. This
has not been due to any special cause
other than ordinary increase of business.
ss.'aiaisiaEja.'siaiSj siaiaiBiaja/srajaisisi
SALES and WANTS I
Illi.. ::.■   ::   Minimum 25i
aiEisiEjasj- ..siasisisEasEi
HEWS PBDM FAB AMD NEAR I
Pointed Paragraphs of Provincial Interest
Hurry Lauder, the Scotch comedian
appeared dn a new role in a church in
Bristol, Eugland recently. Ho proach-
ed a sermon and sung several hymns,
as solos. The 1,200 admission tickets
wero rupidly bought up and many people who wore anxious to attend woro
disappointed.
Thc whole of the J.P. Morgan estate
has a value of about $100,000,01)0 Uo-
Repoits state that Robert W. Service, the Canadian poet, will shortly
wed Mademoiselle Germaine Bourgoin
of Paris, in that city, afterwards tav-
irg a motoring trip across France,
£ wii/.-'iiand and Italy.
A Berlin dispatch says the eugago -
ment soeen will he announcod of Prin-
Cess Patriea. daughter of the Duke of
Connaught, Governor-General of Canada, and Prince Adolf Frledrich, heir cording to aa unofficial estimate cred-
tii  the Grand Duchy of    Mecklonburg- ited to Thomas E. Rush,  counsel   to
Sttvltt/.
Two trainers belonging to tbo Kennedy shows then in Prince Albert wero
badly mauled by an enraged lion last
week. Marie Rochester, woman
trainer, wa- seriously injured on the
face and  body,   while  Capt.  Williams,
Stutc Comptroller Sohmcr, who has
been in Europe lho last month examining the books of tho Morgan houso
in Loudon and Paris, to determine
the value of the lalo financier's holdings.
I    That  Victoria  must  provide for an
NOTIOE.
Tenders Called.
Tenders are invited foe the pur haso
of a house at present situated on
Lots 18 and 19, Block 0, being the
houso formerly owned -by Mr. King,
a.iso a small red.shack and wocdahod
cn lots 15- and 16 of Block G, City of
Revelstoke. All the aforesaid build -
ings to be removed by tho purchaser
on or -before the 21st July, 1913.
The tenders can be for oaeh separate
building, or for tho wholo or for any
portion thereof.
Tenders will be received up to and
including Monday 7th July, 1913.
Tha lowest or any tender uot u.021"-
Barily accepted.
All communications or tenden* to
bo addressed to
Secretary  Revelstoko  School
Board,   Revelstoke,   B.C.
This notice is the correct ono. The
other notie-e elsewhere in this issue is
cancelled.
SOCIAL and PERSONAL
Pigs Eat Baby
who  went to  the  woman's  rescue,    Is   adequate roceptiou to tho battlo cruis-
tcnibly clawed and bitten aU over the   er New  Zealand whou it   arrives there
Rev.   David   Harpi
of
Sask., tells how a little boy
Semens.
Herbert
Miss J.J. McKenzie wont east    on.
the noon train' today to visit her parents in Saskutoon.
Mr. Glen Urqulmrt has taken a posi
lion for the holidays with the Revel -
stoke Hardware Co.
The festive aud ubiquitous inosuuilo
is iuterferriug with tho atteuduuee at
iho tennis court quite seriously of
late.
Dr. Heard loft on Sunday morning
for Calgary to attend the annual meet
ing of the Dental Association. Ho
is expected back on Friday.
A photograph aud sketch of Miss
Constance Boultou who addressed tho
Canadian club here last wock, appears
in this  week's  "Courier"  of Toroulo.
Mir.'. J. Lyons of Second stroet,
went, accompanied by hor son, Ular -
dice, left ou tin: midnight uaiu ou
Tuesday for a two months' holiday,
with friends and relatives iu Qlelohan
and in Fort  William.
body.
Tbo remains of ex-Mayor John A.
Lee were buried ladt Friday in tbo new
eity cemetery. It wus the largest and
most impressive funeral ever held in
New Westminster, thousands of people from all walks of life gathering
to pay their last respects to the   man
next month, is the opinion of Mayor
Motie-y. who slated laBt Friday evening thai the event was one which
should be fittingly honored by the citizens. The matter will bo brought to
the attention of the council at an
early date.
From  lho  Vie-toria Colonist of  lifty
who  had done so much for this part  years ago:   Arrival of the Mail-Steam
if British Columbia.
The estate of Colonel John Jacob
As'tor, who perished in the Titanic-dis
aster, was officially appraised last
week at $88,01)0,000, of which Vin;ent
Astor receives $08,964,499; Mrs. Madeline Force Astor $7,*67-8,896; Muriel As-
ioi. {4,856,768-, .and John Jacob Astor
son by bis second marriage, $2,99*2,672
The estate Is >-aid to be the largest
ever appraised in America.
Negotia! inns
on   for   the   settle
er—Tho Otter arrived la-t evening
from New Westminster, bringing down
a few miners, They reported that
there were about 3t>00, men at work on
Williams creek, Ordinary laborers
wen- getting on ftn average about 810
and drifters $1-2.1)0. Carpenters and
foremen were getting about $1*; per
day. and < ordwood was $ls per cord.
A combined hurricane and cloud -
burst struck Le-thbridge at G o'clock
on Thursday night ot last week, do -
ing considerable    damage.     Thc city
Fleming,  aged 4 years,    rescued      Ids
two-year-old sister- from     being eaten
,        ■ ,,   •    , , ..      sou and duiic-hier
up by  pigs at  their farm, a tew milos   ...
north of Tate, Sask.   The pig  pen is
at (l  distan-e from     the farm house,
and tlie mother did not hear the chil-ds
cries when tbc pigs attacked the baby
Tlie  little lad,  however, said be heard
his Bister cry, and with his cap and a  and A.J.   M  !    m :     ,,,.,,,i,.,
siie-k  beat   oil the  pigs  until  he could
assist her     to her leei  aud get     her
away.
Mr.  and Mrs. Frank Thompson, aud
from Bt, Louis,
Miss., arc visiting for a lew days with
Mr. Murray Hume aud Mr. C. U.
Hume, Cousins of Mrs. Thompson,
'ihey arc eu route lo Vancouver,
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■Dropped in the   Jm    Jm
Messrs.   W. A.   Sturdy,    Guy  Barber
of the
Revelstoke Cun Club, leave on tho
south train tomorrow tor ihe Nelson
tournament ou Friday and Saturday.
Mr. W.A. Foote is detained from going by important business in town.
The Orange Lodge to the number of
•10 oi* s.e Htti-iuli-d divine service in tho
Methodist  church on  Sunduy evening.
|     |  Rev.  Lashley  Hall  preached  impress -
■»-»^-»-%--».-*-%.-»-»-«.-».-»-»-*-v».-»«.-»-*-«.   ively  ou  the need of  vigilauce  among
Mdil-Henin Post Box
ment of a breach oi promU'e suit which   spcnl tne niglu in darkBeM> uwlng  l0
lhe disabling oi the power plant, aud
in loneliness, as the' tele-phone aud tclo
graph communications were partially
destroyed. A territic gale ripped the
roofs oil several houses', permitting
heavy damage by water.
Ma-or T. Kilpatrick left a few days  F0R BALE-Oheap, Baby Carriage.
; j.j on a business trip to Nelson and
■   Southern Kootenay points.   He
".        et ui      . s  .-. . r.-en i.
•U-ve-ls-.ieke   city   Ban,l   will     bc
* ■    i.e. c at   Ball t! ime  to iay.—
Come and h'-ar the music and witu.-ss
•he be-t games of tlie sea
Lit.I    Ernest   M Kinnon,  whee   waa
■ illj   operated  on  for appendi,--
now out oi the hospital.     His
:. Is :•■ olc<   ai iiis speedy
ry.
Apply Mr-. G. Ralph Lawrence, McKenzie Avenue.
TO LET—Furnished Room- to Let.
use ut 'idioae-. Comfortable, centrally locatc.l     App y to  Box 914.
WANTED—A girl for general house-
work. Applj to J. A. McMillan.
.- vi r w.ii  nay  $25.00 per
ii * h to richi girl.
REWARD—Will  the Party    whe.
Rain   eat   in  Grand  Stand,     R
Pai k,    kindly   t- * urn same  to
Mi Rai   Mei antile Co.
Viola Moss, a young niusieal comedy
actress, has brought against the Mar-
i[iii- of Northampton. Enormous pres-
mre ha- bean brought on the- Marquis
not io marry the actress. Miss Moss
ba- di--line'd . all overtures for a settlement, notwithstanding that she has
i een ofle-ed $150,000 to settle.
Norton-Griffiths & Co., the Anglo -
Canadian lirm of engineer^ and con -
tractors, have just secured their urst
big publi'- contract from ihe Austra -
lia.ii government whieh involves an expenditure, of *•!.),000,00(1 upon u largo
t Ion heme. No detail- are
forthcoming, yet, but it is known ihat
tic w,ck will employ a large number
,.i i an.t- for soiin- yean to '-ome.
Ami n:    the     Important     problems
waiting   1   isiona ol Ho. W.J. Roche,
■■:"  the ulterior, who returned
Iubi i   two     month-'
h is a big proposition
" ^- »»1- Dreadnought on behalf of the    Oan"
Free -agar in 1916 and free raw wool
n iw are established m ih.- Tarifl Rc-
Us'.OU Bill, having been approved by
the- Democratic caucus oi the Senate.
Tho sugur schedule, us reported by the
majority members of thc finance committee, and practically as it pa-sed
tin- liou-e-. wa- approved by u vote
of IU to li. Free raw wool as sub-
mittodby ib.- majority and as ii pass-
.-1 the House, swept the Senate cau-
.us by a vote of 41 to 6.
Hou. J.D. Ha/cu, minister of murine
nnl fisheries, wiil advance the uate of
his projected western trip in order to
reach the l'aciiic Coasl tli.- lattei part
of  July   to welcome  the  New  Zealand
their latiA1 and ill.' oppo tun.lies at
their "command for maintaining civil
and religious liberty.
The Ridpath lilms showu at the
Star last evening confirm the state -
ment thai Mr. Bruce Ridpath i< the
most expert canoeist in Canada, doud
or alive. Most of those who attempt
thc feats he performed are in lho lirst
category. The way ho amus, s himself wiih a canoe in -40 teet of water
needs to be -ctu to be credited,
Mrs. Cour-'ie-r asked a few ladies to
ti a on the lawn Tuesday, when Miss
Mackenzie and     Miss    .Moir were the
Kditor Mail-Herald —
Passing through your fair city this
week, 1 was surprised on picking up a
iccent issue of the Mail-Herald, io
observe thai, a small item therein, ap-
|ar.ui,y inserted by some organization fiom a rival city, cast Borne relic lions upon tho bonalides of investment- in real estate at Red Deer,
Alberta.
iis a recent resident of the coming
railway hub of Alberta, I will freely
admit, that in unison witli Uu   other
cities. Red Deer has sulfeied from tho
Operations of the real estate subdivision wild-cat ter, but this fact should
uot be allowed to blind thc public to guests of lhe ufteruoon. Mrs. Cour -
the genuine development in real es - Bier's garden and grounds is one of
tate  values  u.iw   proceeding  at     Red   tbe beauty .-p.ets of Revelstoke.     The
All   members     participating    :n  the
Cantata Rebecci,  are  urg -
I   i io attend ,. special re- 	
. on Thursday at S p.m. in ihe   FOR SALE—Two Houses   and    Lo*s
on     Th.i.l
an   Lots
;o A. w. Connolly, R
. .ii-* church.
Tulay is the day o: g game,
•rd. n  Revelstok    meets  Ka
tu-   Re reatian I'ark, in ., baseball - ou
" le t a   i b impion -
ihi li     ioi   !.• ag     •: r U13.
. dr winning
i--   -     the tntei it .n th    gai
fe --J, ar.d *h:  i.     rd      rowd     of
-.. cpected to be on hand   WANTED—!mythe's   Em]
I British Columbia.   It al-n
it a   policy
v number of que
River country  into which
.r.nj rapidly.
awood has raised an
idian government. The New Zealand
«.,- huiii in England with New Zea-
: .n.l money and plac.l ai the disposal
ol the Admiralty. It i- manned largely by Uritish oilicers an.l crew, and is
nit- ua-, to New Zealand before tak-
ng point ie, on . rton with the   °iil~ |,lace in ,|"> Nor,h dl'a ■*»•
een   Hal-yon   :■
stok.-. a ilol.i
Fo     Locket . ■ .
* irn  -ame  -.,     Ma.i
an'. receive r»ward.
»a -n '"play b ■ .* 4 p.m.
Mr.  J. Bingham has .ve-i a
naphone brake,  *.h- o.iject oi   the
I        Is to u itomatlcally -■ o
a, . :.e.   Mr   I .- j
takeu   out a
Stau
Wen for work at good wa
Apply Smytbe Cigar    =?
Street,  West.
6ii5INLc!i LOCUS
the . Hai
■  e        Wars.
D ' pan
■I a      I'.o: .-.n,   :o "... •
t a here,    n. ited
Ros-land, Is hi i p ■■■ ■ ag td   holi •
6  •      He   ays   on i
land    III    j  od and   j • iriy
Feigns a ths 1 .      i ■•
Do you  want   ,n in'-ome  investment
.v   iay.  ago little  Willie M Ra        ,    ■...   ra
•tht  young  Ami of  Mr   an i  Mrs.      A.   . -,t   h   v   , 0„r
li Rae,  was seized  witl. an  a tack   ol
.juuci. Ril .   In  the   House
.n     aflect,
■'
.,
.v.juid    *.n-
well.
.
:.
.   r. *      -I.
iry
and
■ -
*
■
iT,
al»ove  tl '
,»■ holding   ■
n*
and     sow,    tie H n
■ i t-> tie- ■ an      n .i
•
Seven firemen    were  blown from    a
;hird storey tire .-ee-a|>e ol a burning
loft building iu New York last    wie'S.
Four ot the men grasped rungs of the
.ion ladder in falling, but the othivs,
wero blown 14 f,*t to a large wall -i-,n
Surrounded by flames an I with high-
tn in,       arefully    dlr^l-id
around them, the three went hand ov-
l hand to tne  --ond lloor of tho Ire
now     nearly red hot, whero
they  wtre  n    ued     \il   -.even  luflered
-.ii iheir (aces, arms and
nd  was b garruloun  boy,   ami
in    school far  io„     much to
In   vain   did    the
try   to   mak.-   Edward    understand    Th'-  puni hin.-uia allowed      by
. but to no avail
■    '      he • i  ed   to   men -
ifl th     . '■■ 'li y   report    to his
Bdward i"t*»t.    ,, talUsg a great
hawthorn and -pi ing (lowers being
past, the rose bed was the centre ol
blossoms being simply superb in color
size and perfume.
Mi—  Lama Robbins Wus  the    ti uy
hostess ut a  birthday      Patty  Monday
afternoon  when  a lively Crowd of little
girls had a jol'y  time  playing  on  the
lawn, and    were afterwards served to
lhe mosi  delightful of  birthday sup
pers by Mrs. Robbins,      'issisteal      by
Miss Jeanne, and Miss Doris McOal
Tho little guests     were Mury Briggs,
Helen Sutherland,     Mary  Sutherland,
Baby Kilpatiicli. Edith Bturdy, 1-lla.i:
Robbins, Laura Purvis, Alberta Hobson, Delia Collinson and Aura Corning
We welcome back among us n former popular Revelstoko boy, Mr. Chab.
Dent, who returns lull fledged dentist,
graduated with honors from the Dental College, Portland, Ore., and also
a certilicated dentisl of B. C. Dr.
called financial stringency, and tbey Dent intends practicing hero and is
are within tbc two milo limit, still fitting up dental parlors over Maodon-
far below ih'.se of other cities who aid's drug store and will bo ready In
do nol boast half of the resources about three weeks to attend lo busi-
wbi'h arc uniting to make Red Deer ness. We wish him every success and
a irreat wholesale, industrial and rail- feel confident Charlie will lind that
way centre. Theso are facta which the a„ honor graduate is not without pro-
inquirer can verify.
fours  truly,
T.  H.  WILLIAMSON,
Late c' Rei  Doer,  Alberta.
Deer, or to ihe va*t lield for protit -
able speculation which that «-iiy still
presents to fortunate and larefu! speculators.
II people buy real e-tate lour or live
miles outside of ited Deer at low prices
Ihey have only their lack „f judgment
io blame if profits do not came as
rapidly as was represented to ihem by
the sellers thereof, but. speaking from
intimate knowledge ol the city of Red
Deer, 1 say unhesitatingly, that property within ihe two or two and a half
mile limit, presents there an opportunity for profit-making, which is unequalled today by any other Canadian
city investment, and I do not think
it unreasonable t0 request the publica
tn,n of ihis loiter u^ an offset to an
item which might cause an unfair pre-
judioeagaintft that city.
Red Deer is Ihe only prairie city today where property values have ,-on-
tiniied to rise during the prevailing so
lit in his own country.
■dgi> iif   til*   lOa ■ •""*   'hnn   he   rtho'ild
a;;-ndicitis. He wa- at oi * iken to
•tie: l.oEpital, where a sur essful operation wa- perfoimed, a tl- tel
lo* is now on the high way to recovery. This will be good v, ■■■■ '•, hia
many friends young who
may expect to tee him about in a
few dnys.
',\LT COAL t-   hardl-l   eXclusivelj ■-.   hands.
in  Reveletoke by 'he  Kevelstoke d-n
Tal  Airenciea,  Ltd.
The  Star   theatre  will   show,
ing next. Monday and Tuesday. Patbea
Kngli h  Weekly,   Thi.  weeklj   ..    like
tni Pa'he-  Ameriean Weekly, .,nly the
Knglish  Weekly  shows  mostly   B
Th-
translation ,i\ th» BU •
.e.
:   .-<■ ii ;.■ ur i     ,
•   Dl
■ n    'hf     report    wa
duly    1,-ne-d    ,v  the  father
■ comment    In ml    Ink.
thus:
'eligh'   to  hen-   hh   mother."
returned.
then was
whi h  read
i a a ia hi a os si n m a u n m m »
i i
S NOTICE
a
a
»
*
■
■i
A Special Meeting of the
Progress Cluh will be held in
thc City Hall on Tuesday ev-
onlng the 15th. A full attend
ance  1-,  requested.
P. M. GIBBSON,
President.
Mis's J.J. MacKen'ie     former high
school  principal of this city,  and now
holding an excellent position us high-
school assistant in  South, Vancouver,
arrived from  the west  Monday niorn-
9 ing an I has been kept  busy receiving
3 end calling 0n old friends.   Mies' Mac-
g  Kensie is Jooking the picture of good
8  health and spirits and has greutly en-
El  joyed her past years' work.  While here
Hie has lieen the guest of Mrs. J. D.
Sibbald,who invited a number of
friends in at the tea hour on Monday
to meet iier and enjoy a chat and a
.stroll through the lovely grounds of
Plbbaldene.
Bighty-flv*    i ■•  ffues ostimatod    to
Locket and    Fob Found—The   Cold '"■"nts In motion -licturee.   Th«- Amer
Locket and Fob lost between Halcyon ■ an Paths* will still be shown on Wed
Hot    Springs and     Revelstoke, H tew noaday and Thursday ae before,
day- ago by Engineer Q,  B, Ingram, .,Tho RiVlll Dngtoeer/' a hearydra-
ffhlch was advertised in the Mail-Her- mn jn ,w0 mTlf,r nlM f,ath- Amorj.
eld was found last  Monday by Barkes CM  Gwctt#i Hnowim,  the  Dajr)cm   ^
man     Heart Nell, and  handed  to  tbe Cf),,lm|m,. ohl0|  Ki,r0<u.  Terrific Tor-
Mail-Herald manager.   If Mr.  Ingram nadf) in oh(l|njl| M,lU „ftrt ,,9fT in ^
wiUeall at the Mail-Herald office   he mimtt ^nm, and     man-,  othem.-
csn  obtain  hia  lost jewellery.       T%is Trmil(ht  arl(I   rfc,,,,,,,,,   night,   tl   the
loket and f"h were advertised in the Hl      (j,—^,
Mail-Herald  unly one  Issue  where the
P-nder .-*ini; the     ootid   returned the Coursier's Clean HinoMes   Coal    is
he furniliwi "■   worth  *1Vi,<iW    l.-fi   PriflM    Alliert
still  I* used  m     I                 * Mt week  foi     Cbarlottetown, P.B.I,
tlnal r                  M   .«    ,n makes the '"  'hi* carload     ol     prerioui   took,
mi" of th« ww   version    Imperative, property   of   Newdale .Syndicate    ol
lhe w                          ^ <m  i.    iirdnr I nn.e AllH'rt, are M black nml 13 ail-
-t,   o           -i ••   f,    >'a    wide     read r jjray  fo»c ,  two of  the mo4 val-
f.-.'iing ■ «t grant advance   m textual nable braedi ■•'   pecial».   Ah soon us
►                             on the New Nia leejfld oarload '-an Ik- made n^ady
TettaflMDl    n   Oreek   by   tlv-   Igyptian 'bey  will   follow.    I,ive  feexee are com-
I apyri  and th* eXifltMieeof many ob Iflfhl from the noeth country in lart;e
« I aaaaaaaaaaaaas.
COMING EVENTS
July  17.—Dramatic    Cantata
ca."   Empress  theatre.
"Hobec-
■onritie*  aird  (atllte  in  the    urront vet
-ion AtmnvA  . more accurate transla-
I n.n.  if tbe • -xhort ,t, ,,,   „f !|„.
Se.- lo  mriie fre.|nont and  noi
qnafltltlea thi^    season, nil    "I which
I.nve   been   ronsiclJivl   lo   the     Newd iie
Byrrdlaate.   It l» nia,. the tnteartion nf-
r shipping  the majority  to Eastern
Jewellery to this offlee,
the kind for cookletg.
fill   lierii-eul   of  the   8  n|ituie«  ni.-
meel with genenal acenptanoo."
to Cimada to t*ke up nctiml breeding   In
Tho reception held by the ladies of
the Methodist church in tho parsonage
from 8 to 10 last evening, was? well
attended and a large number made the
acquaintance of Mr. and Mrs. Lashley
Hall. The rooms were decorated profusely with roses and. peonies. Mrs.
Corley, Mrs. Manning and Mrs. Dent,
were a reception committee while the
August ir,—The Making of the Pana-1 ceremony of     Introductions was duly
ma Canal and Balkan War, Kinema- performed by Mr. Walter Bews.   Mrs.
color Pictures, Empress theatre.        i Jones-poured tea and     Mra. Cameron
I coflee, from a   table decorated     with
August 26—Billy     Clifford,     BBPCMI1^ and 1&dea with daintie8    ^
siating in serving     were Mrs.   W. A.
Foote, MrB. M. Hume,     Mrs. Downs.
July 2.'!—Men-hants Monster Picnic to
St. Iycon Hot Springs.
Prions Albert thi« winter.
AuKust—.—"Satan"  5000  feet  wonderful Motion Pictures, Empreee theatre
Mri*. Bews and Mrs. Keegan.

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