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Vol. 19   No 46
KEVELSTOKE. B. C, JUNh 1], 1913
$2.50 Per Year
REVELSTOKE
RHODES
'    SCHOLAR
Mr. G. L. Haggen, of Revelstoke, is
to be hailed as having earned the distinction of beiig the Rhodes Scholar
for the Province of British Columbia
for thc year 1913. The selection was
made last night nt a meeting in the
Parliament Buildings of ihe board of
cxhmin irs and the announcement was
made immediately upon the adjourn -
nn-nt.
The successful enndidate who will
now be In receipt of the congratulations of his competitors as well as his
friends, hns just completed bis twenty
Becond yeai, nn.l is a student of Toronto University, having graduated
this' present year with honors in English literature and poetical science.
In addition to being „ se-holar, Mr.
Haggui is so.nothing of an athlete,
harboring a distinct penchant for the
more arduous forms of exercise, such
as mountain climbing and football.
During his summer recesses behas been
known m spend a great deal of time
in the P.Oiky mountains, exercising his
limbs an-d at the same time studying
the coun ry. Tennis is anotherfavor-
ite pastime of his, nnd be is r. putod
to be r.o mean exponent ofthis game
cither.
Appended . bis re. ord at the University ol Toronto, and a glance
through ii will reveal the fa.-t ihat
thi- year's Rhodes Scholar for the
Province has been lavish in ihe extent of his Studies as well a^ notably
auceersful in the maqtery of ihem:
Fir-t y.ar. Stay 1910—First, class in
grnii! r-ffl lency; grade A. in Latin.
English, Greek and Roman History;
Grade It. in French, Mathematics 1.4.,
and Mechani - and Physics,
Be . a 1 Vi ar—S ici n 1 eluss honors in
thi department of l-'n -li.-h nnl His -
toiy:_ First ■ ln-s honors' in "-'ri'-lish-.
Be on ' - honors In Mediaeval His-
tory; *'" -  •   i- mo*   <■   Greek anil
Latin ' 1- B in French; Grade C.
Psychol • y.
Thr! Yfar -Second class honors in
1h- nt  of English    and  His-
lot'i   F.r-t  class honois in Latin; S	
ond i-lnss hono-s in Modern English,
Modern History, an.l History Option;
Third cla*»s honors In Greek, Passed in
history and philosophy.
it is of int r.-'t nNo to know thnt
the successful Candidate wns born in
New Zeal in ! nnd only came to Brit-
i-h Colum' :, eleven years ngo.
The .a'I-, candidates for the covei-
pd honor were as follows: Mr. B. Mr-
Diarm d, of Victoria, who hn« com •
plet.-l his third year at McGill Uni
versity; M" B.E \tkin-, of Vancouver, | -i-e'lnnte of McGill University,
nnd Mr. MuNaghten, of Vancouvei-.
who has completed his third year ln
the mcGtll courses of British Columbin.
The hoard oi examiners for the provincial Rhode Se-h.ilar-liip were the
Hon. It. E. Vn'in■». Minister of Bduoa
tion: nr. Rob;nson. Provincial Superintendent of Education, and the principals of M CH Colleg? of Brilish Oo-
luni'e-e .,' Victoria nnil Van onve-r.--
Colon! il
SICAMOUS
REGATTA
RESULTS
The second annual regatta of above
club took place at Sicamous on June
ind and 3rd, aud was a great success
being numerously attended by visitors
fiom Revelstoke, Chase, Enderby, Sal
irdn Arm,  Seymour  Arm,   Anuis,  etc
Tbe endurance race on Monday had
sevett entries, thc hnndie-ap being mado
up at Chase. The result being L.H.
Conglieve 1st, H. A. Brown 2nd, W.
Charles :ird, Wl Andrews Ith. The
rorner from Chase arrived lat, but
vas disqualified by time allowam-e oi
1   min.   II  net'.
'.Ihr tirst event on Tuesday, Five
mile open race for ihe beautiful silvei
cup presented by the Commodore, H.
A. Brown, won by Mr. McGoldrlck of
Chase in hia .-p. dor "Wasp", *.nd L.
H. Congrieve, 3rd W. Andrews, 4th M.
Palmer, r>th T. Beck.
Event  ii,     Two
ra-e  was won by  M. Pnhner, ind A.
i oo; er.
Bvenl 4, KM) yard swimming race-
won by C. Coodall, 2nd D. Flnlayson
3rd Culbertson.
Event 5,- Five mile handicap
this1 mv was full
by Murray Palinei
eve, 3rd Freeman,   Ith W. Charlos.
Event ii, the Indies not bavin- had
sufficient time tc practioe owing to
latin'ss of spring the race was not
pulled off.
Kvent 7, the logging experts being
dubious ns loth* exact temperature
oi th' water, did not turn up to enter for this event. A double sculling
race w.i.s substituted. Tbis was won
by .Murray Palmer and A. Cooper, 2nd
I li^'s and Culbertson, 3rd Finlaysou
and Durrand.
Evi nt  8, Five mile open race for tha
I and ome challenge cup presented
Lecson.  Dickie,  Gross,  Ltd.,   was
easy win fo.* Mr. McGoldrlck In
Wasp.      W.  Andrews  bein
REVELSTOK
v. KELO
Baseball To-morrow.—Interior League Teams
TEN YEARS
OF PARTY
GOVERNMENT
WEDDING
BELLS ARE
RINGING
New Westmioster,  June 9—Tbe Con-
ilusion of ten years of Party govern-
r~>    ±1,       r ,-, r-. .- r-»       i I ment in British Columbia unde-r    the
Battle for  Supremacy Recreation   Park.— leadership of Premier sir Richard mc-
Game   Called at 4 p. m.-Exciting Play.-'Bride
race,
Record Attendance Expected.
was held in the Morse Show Arena at
Queens i'ark which was attended by
.r),iiC'0 people, interesting addrestfea
were delivered by Sir Richard M Bride
Hon. W. H. Ross, minister oi ian is;
Mon. Dr. Young, minister of education and provincial secretary, and
Mon. A. E. McPhillips, president of
Ihe couneil. Hon. W.J. Bowser, who
w*ns on the program to speak, wns un
able to attend owing t0 illness. Hon.
Thomns Taylor, minister of public
works, was also absent as he in on
his way to England.
" Tomorrow we celebrate the anni -
versary of the birth of King George.
How proud nnd happy we would feel
were we nhle to ray to His Maje.-ty to
morrow morning:— 'Here i- a gift
from Cannda of three Dreadnoughts—
three   .'hips of   the lin?, to     no used
de -
fence  of  the  Empire.'    I do  not      be-
lieve it is  the will  of the p opie     of
Canada that King and Empire should
be deprived of  these ships but rather
through the accident of the Senate 1
think  the  people  of  Canada  may    be
-,'i'f'ly l.ft to deal with the upper cham
ber so soon as proper opportunity offers to prevent a repetilion of the national calamity  perpetrated the other
  day by the Senate under the     leader-
Last Sunday evening the local Wood   slvi'} of Sil' George Ross."
men of the World,  attended St.  Pet-      In this manner Sir Richard M.Bride
ei's  church  for  tbe annual  dlvineser -  Premier of British  Columbia, referred
\ice in connection with the Decoration   to the  action ofthe  Oanadian  Senate
Th '      wedding of     Mi-s  Mary  Irene
Foyer and Mr. Leonard A. Howson to
; e celebrated  thi-  afternoon  at     tbe
lln.es n  residence     McKenzie  avenue.
—   will be an event surrounded with more
star, ih,- birthplace of the Premier, on  tluul the llsual loca, lnt«rest.
; Monday     evening.     A  mass  meeting
Everything i- in first class shape for deavor  to secure  the     winning  runs,
the Big  League  Baseball  game,,  Kel- end  land  themselves at  the  top      of
owna  versus  Revelstoke,  scheduled to the League Table,
lake place  on  the  recreation  park at The exhibition of high class baseball
•i p.m. tomorrow Thursday, afternoon furnished iu the    last     league  game,
June   12th.   The  diamond    bas  again which  was  staged at Revelstoke,  was
been fixed up and a speedy display of of s'uch sii.-h a quality as to warrant
fi ont rank baseball  is confidently ex , tbe  expectations  of  the tickel collec-
I e ted. I tors,  that a record    attendance  would
11     was originally  intended to com- bc- registered this time.   Everyone who
mrn-.-e th'  game  at 5 p.m.,   but    the lays 50c. is bound to get  good value
hour lias  hecn  switched to  -1p.m.  en- fort-heir  money,   tbat  is judging     by
a: lin,- the fans to watch the play and the   last   league  game,   whilst  Thurs -
mile .single sculling   , et    back     home in    ample    time to cay is    a very    convenient   day upon
spread  their  legs      under the    supper which businessmen    nnd others     may
table when six o'clock  is  sounded. take two hours  off to help  root     the
Most of thj  old     s'tandbyes     with homester^ on to victory,
tore     slight  addition  of new  talent, "Take  me  out   to  the  ball   game,"
will appear to  uphold  the laurels for in the good old summer timo,     is    a
Revelstoke,   whilst      Kelowna are un - plea which very few people find them-
oi excitement, won  a8rstood to be sending up thoir s'tron-   selves able to resist, and     given fins  ^hwe*er they may be needed in
Ind L. H. Congri-   gest available aggregation  in  an    en-   weather a big attendance is assured
ADVENTURES
OF TWO
PINE CAT
WOODMEi
AT DIVINE
SERVICE
Two Pine Cats had a pleasant little
adventure down at the new     govern
ment wharf  on    Monday  night.    Ever
since the Hood  waters of the   Colum-
by  1 ia  river commenced  to  threaten    the cay of
The bride is the charming only dau-
htei   of Mrs,  Ida  Poyer Maxon,    of
Bradford,  Pa.,  and has  made  a large
e.i  le of friends in this district    where
she has  resided ior some years;     the
. ee . In addition to being the popular -e.nof on.1 of Revelstoke's pion
cer business in n. possesses tbe added
distin.-tion of being a genuine Revel-
stoktian. in fact the very "first'' native- -oi. for he was rhe firsts-boy born
within the limits of our fair city.
V,bii-t many worthy ioisof Revelstoke have sought and found fame an i
fortune in distan: Ik lis, l. a bas al -
ways stuck eloselj to his od home
town, and is today one of our load •
ing young businessmen, takin • an a-
live pan in the affairs of the well-
Inown firm of R. Howson .\: Co.,
whi -h business was comtn ntei by bis
honored father now \' I rman Howson. in those early day- when the
■ in lat ons of ''•■■■ Isto ie were Ielng
laid.
The vei y i s of the young
couple, an 1 citi: i of R '■'■■: tok generally both old boys and n w, wlll
join with the    Mail-Herald in wishiag
th ■ in ; b- and - :i_- a., i pros
perous marric-d life.
A full report of t nt will
appear in our  Sa BU .
June Wedding
Ro   ■ laic,  B.C., ti.    bora   ui th
s  sister,   a   ■ v.. t   we idin;      was
the order,  and there  was   a in turning down the Borden naval 'b|Ul n id
an  stability of  the structure, a  gang   of  good attendance 0f  the members, "'*  expressed   ihe  opinion  that   when solemnized  la t  Wedn''--.lay,  .)
his men havebeen posted  there night   nnd     The choral part  of the serivce was *'*e views of the people of Oanada was whu Mi-s Minnie !'. Ha tie, formerly
end, and  day engaged in clearing .the logs   and   beautifully  rendered by the choir     of sought  ihey  would be found prepared of  Oi   i  11,  No.a  S
Dr. and Mrs, Tayloi ol Nakusp,
I nl n an o is two days in Revel -
moke i, '...: a an I Sunday. Tbey
.: me iii m t ih .r i-.eo > hiblr n, boy
uiil riii aged li.ni.112 respectively,
who wi'ii' travelling alone all the way
fiom Bonnie Scotland, and hould
havi arrived in Revelstoke Baturday.
Own.- io a inisi nlciilalion in the train
service the kiddies actually wenl thru'
on the Friday tram uud thero being
no one to meet them a day ahead of
time, wore ovorcarrieil all the way to
Vancouver. The telegraph was got
bus'y ;lnd the children taken enre of
al the coasl and shipped back on the
nrxt dny train to their anxious parents at Revelsloke.
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W.   Charles  3rd,  L.H.   Congrieve    did   lams which   accumulated   around    the some twenty-five trained voices,     and
.- ,.i  ,.,.•„i- owing t'l heat»d  i   ufilg.        i ilin-r as  tho  swirling     waters     rose was further enriched with the singing
Evi tit 1—Two and one-halt mile race  higher   nnd      higher over the inclined by Mr.  H.   V. Morgan of    the sacred
lor     members only.   This race | roved   timber work. solo     "Ob'      May my Walk be Close
\cry clearly the {airway the.handicaps     ■ >n Saturday  last the river,     after With God," rendered with much foel-
of the day  bad bei n  worked out,      by several days of consistent rise,  dronp- i"S and sustained vocal power,
tb" clos,. finish of the race, only 1 min.   ,,u  nearly fourteen  inches,     nnd     the Upon amending  his pulpit ihe vicar
wardens of the wharl* breathed eas'ily cordially welcomed the
(-•nd figured out an easy day on the Woodmen, both for himself and on bo-
Sunday, but Sunday night the angry half of ihe church committee, and tak
river commenced to creep persistently ing his text from Psalms 1st chap.,
upward, and by Monday noon had ird ver, "And He shall bo liken tree
lis n eighteen inches, comi&g up at the limited by lhe rivers ofwater that
■ ate of over an inch per hour. tritagethforth his fruil in his season.
.Me.nday afternoon about 2 p.m. a His '''<*■ also shall not wither, and
lig jam of logs came l!oating down whatsoever he doeth shall prosper."
sweeping straight on to tht wharf, "ns remarkaDle for its simple direct
There the whole bunch piled them- force and its suitability to the relig-
sMve- up, and ih- beating of the flood ious occasion.
egain-t   ihis  mass of  material  caused In brief tho preacher stated the pres
a dangerous     strain to the structure, me-e of     the lodge at divine worship,
Additional help was phoned for,    and was  amongst  oth.'i*  things a  recogni-
the services  of two  husky  lumberjacks tion of  the churclipB  importance  as  a
w re' hastily  requisitioned from     the sacred institution     guarding the lives
Oriental  hotel.   These  two lads  hurr- i nd  morals of the  people, he referred
ied down,  eaiilk  looti et al., and    in to the  merits of  the  Canadian Order
order to justify their engagement forth Woodmen of the World, ns a fraterni-
wiih plunged into the thickest of   the ty operating for the protection of the
fray.   For some hours the     reinforced home  and providing   for    the  welfare
i ;n ty  labored   at the big  jam, but   in of  the  bereaved nnd  the orphaned,
vain.   Towards  C p.m.,  just  when  tho Reference   too   was   mndo  to  tbemon-
'mn'-r  whistle was  sounding  over the ument  feature of the order.    It    was
town,    the teamsters of the wharl end beautiful  so to mark the grave of tho
ofthe   iam,  hoo'ted  onto  to an   inno - departed     Woodman,    but,  urged the
(fnt   looting end of  of  spniee  sticking I readier— bc active also in    welldoing
i'l'n.itiiU'ly   out of  th'   muddy   caul- loeach  other during  life,     Every  dny
'ion.   The two recruita meantime were do some good at. day by day let   us
i us) Ashing wiih pike poles anl cant l|>v'' om- neighbor ns ourselve . Every
loots, at   ih"  ragged  end of  th ■
sticking out  well   into the river.
Then the unexpected happened
it.no"nt spruce butt, lengthened
into a full fledged fifty foot key
the jam >-ra<-ked anil broke in the mid reverend  gentleman  urged
Messrs.  M.A.   Brown,  L.H.  Congrieve.  .,    „.,   u  u „ ,i-           -,
     _. .                                                    die, on- half sailing gaily down stream men
lo bact  up  Prenii-r Borden  aud      hill   bride of  Mr.   R.R.   liolo  .
finish of the
16 -e.. dividing ihe first and last
boats, Harrison and Berry bein*; 1st,
Commodore M.A. Brown 2nd, and W.
Charles 3rd, with Rear Commodore
v..K. Finlayson Ith.
Bvenl 10—Being the fishing conl I
c:ly one operator of the Piscatorial
; rl presented himself an.l -o the event
v ns railed off. The cause'may be look
ed for in the great catches oi fish tbat
lately have been made' at nnd n-ar
-ie anions, anu the trood pr;.-e-s obtained for those on sale. N'o doubt made
probable contestants somewhat lac'i-
n; In interest. The well known ex-
put It. Upper, did not enter he being
engaged in looking after the day pig-
i on shooling.
Bvenl 11—Thi-- ,.\-.nt wa« well su--
1 orted, espe-ially by visiting nimrods
fiom hevelstoke Th • well known J.
t.ny Berber too't th" very handsome
gun case arescntcd -by th.' Dominion
Cartridge Co., booting 24 birds out
of a; isslbleSS ami taking th-breath
out if the bodtei o; Main and Sica
 ii- experts..
Event 12. Zi mile open race, five
i ou's entered, bhe owner of the Wasp
i. ndly -'aying out to give th-' small
bants under 20ft. a .-banc.-. 1st T.
Beck, 2nd M.A Prov,-. 3rd W.K. Pin
la] 'en. Marri on and Berry's launch
run by the bearded gentleman 'as our
('base con temp oar)   had It | wn-' dis •
e.ii.ililie I  by  2  min.   12 S.-C.
Y' Oman's   -e-rwe-es  were  rendered   by
jam
All changes of ads must positively be handed into this
office by Monday evening in
order that the change Bhall
appear ln Wednesday's Issue,
nnd nny chantes intended for
Saturday's iisue must bo
li niil'-el in not I atnr than
Thurnday evening of eaih
wock. Business men please
tako note of thn above.
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in,'out the lOtirse. and making the
necessary  arrangements.   J,C. Mc-
Qregor carried uul ibe duties of start
or in a very admirable manner. E. L.
Berry being time ke.-per and judge
nnd it i= -aid a good judsre too.
Thewife of the Commodore,  Mrs.  H
A. Brown,     gave nway thc prizes and
cheques during the evening at the Belli 'vue hotel,  owned by L.H. Congrieve.
Th"  Kevelstoke Band of 18 pieces discoursed   wni   mii-ic  during  ihf  day,
nnd lefl   -ix   pieces   to  perform  during
the veiv sucoa rfnl dan e which   took
place at the  It llevue  hotel  during tho  ini-' incidents,  lhe prisoners were    res-
.■..nin-an I   continued   up to the small  "1("1 b*     mfanB ofa tethered canoe,
hours    Thus  ended   ,\  very  sue essful rone ,hc worsc for thelr terriblo ex-
and mosl enjoyable m ond regn'ta of i^'^n-es.
the Shu.uup  1 ake Boating Club. \   I'   ttliar  Feature  of  ihe affair     Is
It is up 10 Other places to  wake up  that   whereas prior  to the  event      tho
nnd do  likewise,   The  best   thanks    of  wharf  wardens wero constantly  receiv
thn club are tendered to L.H.     Con. jng     advioe  and
grieve for providing nil    refreshments from experts and
for th" band during -he day. Ibasbeen n markfd
man should  bo as a good  tree and bis
life" should bring forth good fruit.
The     Addressing  the  Wooinen  and   taking
out us an Illustration a fores! us a beneflc
log,  cut nnd  active force in nature,      the
the  Wood -
Ikowiso  to make  of  tl.i'inHidves—
"a rosovior of good ihut should permeate society with benefits.'' Continuing  thc preacher spoke for purity in
wbil-t  tho smaller portion eddied    around the outposts of tbo wharf, sop
nrnied  by  some forly feot  of    raging
current, from the topmost section   of thought,  never allow badness to con-
the  structure  rising  invitingly  within 1 roi the mind, but let all strive to livo
-ight.,  leading    to safety,  shore,  and pure,  upright and useful lives-
sllPPer. Those     grandly      inspiring hymns—
Our two pine  cats-,  scrambled amid "Rock of Ages" and "Eternal Father
the wreckage one each to the outposts f*"'trong to     Save"     was sung by  ih"
upon the ends of whi'h they secured a -hoir and congregation at the close ol
precarious seat, and sat thereon grnce lhe service.                        x
fully for upwards of five hours, whil'it Upon reassembling Ini thn lodgeroom
propo al of a Canadian   contribution
to aid m t'.u"  ".-•'-n-.' of the Empire,
"Th- Ume has come," sail Sir Rich
a -I, in -; eaking of the Naval Bill,—
"when wo should do our part in the
defence of the Empire.   Never    before
ssembled bave w" ''0,'n L'iv'n nn invil»l-ion to
assist and if nn invitation is not
strong en )Ugh it is a sad an.l sorry
dny for Canada. We have been accused of 'flag-waving' whenever referenci
is made to our flag and country. Well
give me the man who waved the Bag
every time to the man who BCarcely
ever hoists it. Lot us teach our boys
an I girls nn.l men and women what
our llg means.
"I am sure that if the people of
British Columbia had to settle the
naval t|UeEticn il would have been
adjusted long ago anl the kee's laiel
for llio-o I aitl.-ships, lam satisfied
that when the people of Canada arc
ealled iii on to vote on ihis i|u.'stion.
there will be stronger support behind
premier Borden."
Reference Was made to past years,
when Great Britain stood behind Canada a- she docs today. Canada
turns to England for financial a'l In
developing her vast re ources end th
speaker considered it bul ii lr tba!
t anada Bhould be willing to ci attribute to t lo' defence of ihe tree ui
chests in London town. The- re ent
liberal convention at. K'-v.-! te.ke hn 1
I a-si'd   a resolution     -llpportin •       Sit
Qeorge Ri    ' re olution r garding tbe
naval bill, but  the     Premiei
that outside the    Liberal   tonvention
Sir Qeorge  Ro ■  would noi   find       n
corporal's  guard   in  British  Columbia
I o In' k him up.
Sir     Iti.-bard      then  briefly   reviewed
some of the outstanding events in the
political  history of the pnst ton yenrs
He  touched  on  the  period  of depres-
ion  wheen  ho I unit Premier in PHtf,
The happy cotiph   left  on     a
. io'o '     ar.d   '
in  Nanaimo.   Mr.      an !
■cted back the las*t of this Week
heir horn.,  for a  tim
with Mr-. Engl   h,  th
i n Boyle av n
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Pretty Wedding
\       *  • • iy      took
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b  me  ei i;.
Ms '.   ■
.lii'-.n    . ,    on        Oi
Mr. .). bn Joh .-' ot-
i.etid, was unit  I
I ■■ ._lr  r     ol
Mrs. Margai t  Ri
Scotland.   The ceremony was perform
ed by  Hev.  W.C.  Cal 1 ir.
Mrs.  i'.il.  M iodon ild  ..-- iated
bride who lo iked vi rj  pretty   n
travelling suit of navy bin
Mr.  Hariy  Po ■   t-on of  11
ther of    the   ! i i le.   supports 1
groom.
' ■ r n dainty  w   '. '.<:• ■
which fifteen     .- iwn, Mr.
and  Mrs.  .i.
n.Jit   tra ti  t.e    .
Mrs.
M. Corley, of 1
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Mr.  W. \.  U ,- ■ u),; fa
I   ,     tbey will i
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RMKRS'  INSTITUTE
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tho rolling waters ran, between.
At about  11   p.m.  aftor some excit-
Hov.   R.  Tapping
Sov. W1D. Armstrong, thnt a voto
of Ihanks' bo tendered Hev. CA. Procunier for the sermon, the samo being
worthily endorsed  by all present.
Con.    Com.     Sov. James Mclntyre,
then  dismissed the  mooting.
and told of the enrly struggles of hifl
administration to improve conditions
and place the Province on a sound
finan'inl basis'. Taxes hnd been in -
crensod nnd expenses nit down, when
ho Introduced pnrty government in
,.ti-h ('olumbin, In spite ofa small
majority. So suocessful had the policy of Iho govornmont boon that they .
moved, second  by  ,,(V(1 ,,V(,ry tinlP tin„„ btn ^tuntA ■     „
power,   wiih   incronsed   majorities,   US ■
■til now the oppo-itlon had almost en- f
tiroly  disappeared.   Today  British  Cn n
lumbia rnnks very high  in  the money -g
markets of tho world. -g
The  vigorous  railway  poll, y  of the *j*
i-overnmont  wns- dealt with at     some -g*
t  gel      e    ■         n - I     ,| i     ,,.
"iei ! ■  held   i" . ..ning.
lay,  al  8 i,'rl.i k.
During    the   a              •   Mr,   B. R.
-.  Ins posi
t.on will bo Blled  by Mr.  Wiu'ohead o.
Vancouver, anl     that as collector of
In and ■   ■  i. |   M  Itn-s, pre
ventive olnc-r of our .iiy.
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MANNING'S raj
offerings, a general     disposition being  1,,nPth*   Thc Canadian Northern Pad- -j-    to
Tho Orph- . Oreh irftrg will
entertain you toniht with
some nice n^w si-le iim.1.—
Whil" our -tnff serve you wiih
refreshments ol the b gb st
ouaMtfy,   Brm,'- your friends
offers of asslstanoe displayed to keep as faraway     from1"0 hnd bn,Yn ft"l'ifl(p(- ta building      a
spectator-*,     thetv  such a naatv looklna nroonsidlon     nn.llneto 1hP Bncific const   throin-li Brit-
deline (,f
there  such a nasty looking; proposition
these  possible.
MANNING'S
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THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,  JUNE 11, 1913,
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Herald <sP®^t> Press
It means SATISFACTION in PRICE,
STYLE,  QUALITY  and DELIVERY.
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gr;i|-ihsl hat arrests attention. Models of artistic
and scientific skill,faithfully reproducing that indefinable "something'" that
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Catalogues - Billheads - Cards - Menus
Ball Programs - Books and Booklets
Loose Leaf Account Forms - Envelopes
Programs - Wedding Stationery - Tags
Memoriam Cards   -   Lumber Forms, Etc.
Mai I-Herald Electric Tress
Revelstoke. B. C. Phone No. 8
METHODIST
CHURCH
REPORT
Financial statement and balance
sheet, for twelve months ending 30th
April,  1913.
RECEIPTS.
Balance forward from financial yiar ending 30t'h
April,  1912 %    -12.25
Weekly envelope offerings, ar-
rears for 1912 received since
closing  of  lust  bai.  sheet...      *2li.00
Donation to church funds for
particular account, by ibe
Ladies' Aid         -10.45
Weekly offerings by invelope
for year ending 30 Apr. 1013-     803.-15
Collection by plate for year ...     599.50
Sundry  collections           2.14
Re iu.' i n ri'C.'ipls from m-
terla nneni j,ivcn hy Major
Seb l-dtj            0.85
Spi ial thanis offering . ol -
leciii n to eliminate church
debt       C74.75
Epworth League donation to
the  general   cducationa'.fund        5.00
Epworth League donation to
annual   conference  fund           211.13
J.B.C. donation to general
fiin-ds,  raised  by   concert   ...      4U.H0
Sherwin    P 0 i n + o
Williams r aims
$2,2(iG.52
Weekly  envelope  offerings,  arrears to hand since 30thAp
121.50
Debit  Balanci
$2,388.*
19.66
We carry a full range of colors in the above, both
for inside and outside work, also floor finishes,
mmm 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 tbis to you.
Camp Stoves, Camp Outfits, Baseball, Lacrosse and Tennis
Goods, Bicycles, Fishing Tackle.
GROCERIES, Fruit antl Vegetables. We do an ever
increasing trade in these; Quality Goods, Fair Prices, Correct
Accounts.
We nre headquarters for Poultry Supplies, chick food, extra
Grade Wheat, Hay Peed, etc
BOURNE BROS., LIMITED
GROCERS AND HARDWARE DEALERS
First St, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
$2,407.68
Come and look at our Triangle Sad
Irons—guaranteed for ever,
PRICE.-6 LB. IRON, $3.90
A    G.    DUCK
Estimates given free
EXPENDITURES.
Twelve months salary, to
1 'astor    io iUth    Apr.l 1913$1,
rwel-.e months salary organ
ist,   to  :iixh  April,   1918	
rwil.e months salary, Janitor   to   311th   April,   191*1..
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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.
ib
Lrumoermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
OldTi.vn,    -   Ravelstoke, B. C
l.efiere buying yonr outfit of working clothes
fur the bush. I make a
specialty of Logging
Sh'ees, Pants, Sox, Shirts
Blankets and everything
r*»'jelir».l it. vrvir teeesinesu
Piano tuning  '
Organ     repairs 	
Fuel  account,  wood  	
Fuel      account,  i-oal 	
Note     against   luinace   lifted.
Other notes with Imperial
and Molsons hanks lified.
i Interest    paid on notes 	
Sulisi ribed to superannuation  iund  	
To general eoiv'or.n.e [und...
\ To contingent    fund 	
To    sustentution   fund   	
1 To annual conference fund...
; l'o  nui ral    education  fti.nl...
Note against church pioperty in    Imperial  I ank 	
Interest    on    Note 	
200.UO
1*21.00
143.00
.'i.OO
2.00
13.00 j
41.4.J
05.25
504.50
19.90
•82.00 :
13.00
10.05
2.00
20.13
5.011
165.00
3.40
EARLY SPRING GOODS
Consisting of everj' conceivable size and make of
Hats, Gloves, Shoes and Underwear; also a most
extensive stock of Neckiies of every shade ami
style.
We have also a specially fine assortment of s.-unples
for our Spring Clothing Order Departmeet.
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Fit-Reform Clothing Stetson  H;tts Foot-Rite Shoes
' ^< it m
JOHN D   SIBBALD, PKES.
D, JR.
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A REAL HOME
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OUR REAL ESTATE
$2,407.GS
Re.elstoke,  1st Junj,   1913,
W A I.T EH BEWS,   Treas.
In  the     history  of    tha     Methodist
church  of Hevelstoke this 'is the   lirst
tune a  clean   sheet   has hi en   shown as
ill debts are wiped out.   This is high-
Ij   creditable to the     church    workers
here.   The church annex which is   not
in item o' thc  balance sheet  wu- er
■ ■toil al ths expense of Mr. CF Lind-
ai     and was nn item of so-iv $561.
rhls  i- another ol  the many k-lndnes-
- -...ii  i.y i Ins  wol thy  member.
*l b     ;.i,      show n_ of this balance
..   i       .i j lv     due' to the energetic
ervices ol Mr. Walter Bews/secretary
i er.
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
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Have a Car of Fertilizer on Track.
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Savor to '. (ragrancy.    -'.i'l In   1
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Price, 35c, 40c. and 50c. per Ib.
G. W. BELL
P. O. Box 208    QROCER & BAKER    Phono No. 23
UNION BARBER SHOP
We have just opened a shop in the
IDEAL POOL ROOM
After six years service to the Revelstoke
Public we scarcely require an introduction
We solicit a share of Special attention given
your patronage   .   . to children    .    .   .
JOS. HACK
KOOTENAY AGENCIES. Ltd.
FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL
It  mi*** n'e   :
ptitlitletf     thii     -
rrr>r  g.
All   lr"»«,   pllnt«,
r.rritTrtina. teen, ItC, sold
lm]
Tin r to NAMfl
• «-m p*f I
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ANDSCAPE GARDENING
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FRASER
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IV RICHARD M'COMB.GEfftMGR
llBOX.A.ALDERGROVE.B.C.
June 6—Alter spending tho
bun li   union   willi thu
-  and  inter-
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i   iin    afternoon
ha   all Bat -
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would not
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nation,    all   Inini
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Two  reporl     were  pi e ente I
' in' niiii.li cornmil lee, ., majority
porl fv oi mr  thfl change nml .., min
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A Remarkable Expression
of Public Confidence . . .
Ib shown in Iho Htatemcnl of this Company for the lisral year
ending eMnrch 81st, 1913. Ah compared with one year ago, tho
following liguroH aro oxce.it ionally interesting:
ASSKTS MARCH Slat,    11)13  $456,915.78
ASSETS MARCH 3lBt„ 1912  ?Hl,2fi3.C0
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bowing a nol  pain of $34.r>,G47.12
Thin   remarkable  gain in positive evidence   of    tho   conveni-
ence nnd  practicability or iho 0. H. I. C. plan.
NEARLY  ONE-QUARTER MILLION   DOLLARS LOANED
TO CONTRACT   HOLDERS nf 8 PER   CENT.    SIMPLE IN-
TERB8T DURING THE l'AST FISCAL YEAR.
If YUU Desire ft Home of Your Own—If you Would Be In-
dependent   of  a Landlord— Investigate This plan—Now.
The Canadian Home Investment Co., Ltd.
"Canada's Old Reliable"
Home Office;    PACIFIC BUILDING, Second Floor
VANCOUVER, B. C.
Revelstoke Office :      -      J. B. WATSON REALTY CO.
HBIBfinilBlililMBB
aaDDnannaijaGaaaDDaaaPLJuuPPnuunaD WEDNESDAY,  JUNE 11, 1913,
THE MAIL-HERALD,REVELSTOKE
PAGE  THREE
J. B. Watson Realty Co.
Six Room Modern House, Comer of Kobson Avenue
and Fourth Street   $2800
Six Room Modern House, Fourth Street	
....$2200
Eleven Room House, Fourth Street,  near McKenzie
Avenue      $3000
100 Feet Seventh Street, near McKenzie Avenue  $1500
Store Building McKenzie Avenue for Rent.
Give in Y ur Listings if You Want a Quick Sale
J. B. Watson Realty Co.
W. H. HOROBIN, Manager.       Local Agency American Casually Co.
AGENT FOR  PACIFIC  6ALE8 A8SCCIATICN, LIMITED.
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED 1855
Record of Progress for Five Years—1906-1911
Capital       ....
Reserve    ....
Deposits      ....
Loans and Investments
Total Assets
Has 83 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents In all
the Principal Cities in the World.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS  BANK DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Interest allowed at highest current rate.
Revelstoke Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager
1906
1911
* 3,000,000
8 4,000,000
3,000.000
4,600,000
23,677,730
35,042,311
27.457,090
38,854,801
33,090,192
48,237,284
..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 C&, Tapping, Props.
First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
European Plan
Open Day and Night. - Meal Tickets, $6.00
MONTHLY BOARD
OF INTEREST
TO CATTLE
RANCHERS
Cattle raisers in almost all parts oi
Canada are familiar wiih the small
lum;is that appear on the back* oi
i their animaU* during the winter months and from which white grubs or
maggots emerge at a later date.
Many thories exist as to the exact life
history of the inject, known as the
Warble Fly, of which the white grub
is the.' lacva. The opinion generally
held that the eggs are lain on the
barks oi the cattle, and when hatched
worktheir way beneath the skin, is
proved by careful investigation to be
incorrect. Dr. Seymour Hadwin, first
assistant Pathologist of ihe Health of
Animals Bran h of the Dominion De-
partmenl of Agriculture, who has studied ihe subject, claims that the eggs
are' not laid on the' ba k but on the
legs of the cattle'. This appears to
tear out the theory that the newly
hatch.-.1 insects are licked by the an -
imals and thus taken into the system
and ultimately Hnd their way to the
backs where they develop beneath the
skin.
'1 li ■ matter of chief importance     to
the    eatile raiser     is not     the exact
course  taken by. the insect within  the
o.l..'  cf  tha  cattle     beast but  rather
the economic effect  of  the grub- upon
ihe    business    of cattle raising.     To
throw light on this phase of the subject  Dr.  Hadwin has written   a bulletin, which is numbeeed 16 of the Heal
th  o°.  Animals Branch,  dealing     with
the  e oiiomie-  aspect   of  warble    Hies.
In this it is shown that enormous los-
ses  occur  (ach  year  through  damage ;
to hides e-aiised by these insects. Tan-
i:3r-= eon-mlt-'d on the subject     claim:
tha*.   dur'nc   th'      "grubby   season,"
extending from  January to July from
25 to "5 per ce-nt of hides are warbled
and ihat about :..' | cr cent of Canadian hides  aie  more or less damaged.
Ihcextent ot damage is variously   estimated     by IG large     tanners to bo
iio.ii about 50 cents     to $1 per hide: j
the estimate'  of one      Ontario tanner I
wa- 10  per  cen. which  is eijual        to
gJSII.OOO  per annum.   The author    observes  that the man who undoubtedly
loses  is  the farmer;  bhe  uinn t    does
i ot  wanl   war: led hides at any price,
and several of them  testify  that  they
buy hi'..■-' only during I'he season when
hides are    no',   grubby.   He estimates :
the annual  loss io he  between 26   to '
E-fl  per cent.
Thi-  bulletin of twenty pages, which
is  the first   io have   n  issued       on
the subject  in Canada,  is helpfully 11-
: j lustrated.    Copies  will   be  mailed      in
i sponse  to applications  made for   it
tee  th'   Publication'     Branch of     the!
Department of Agriculture at Ottawa.1
laraMSMSJsraMajHrasjBMMaiaraiarara
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SMaejsMaaraiaiweMaaaisjsEisjciEJ
O. B. N. WILKIE
PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR
Office: Lawrence Hardware Block
REVELSTOKE, B. 0.
W. H.  WALLACE,  M.B.C.S.A.
ARCHITECT
Box 205, Telephone 313. Revelstoke
HARVE*?, McCARTER
AND PINKHAM,
Barriiters,  Solicitor*,  Etc.
Imperial Bank  Building Reveletoke, B. O.
Money to Loas.
Offlcee—Revelntoko,    B.   C.     ud
Cranbrook, B. O.
Geo. S. MeCarter,
>i. M. Pinkham, J. A. Harvey
Revelatoke, Cranbrook
COURT     MT.     BEGBIE,   No. 14(1.
OF I. O. F.
Meets in I. O. O. F. Hall next    to
Tapping's Opera House every second
»nd fourth Monday  in  month.  Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.
H. V. MORGAN, O. R.
WM.  8.  CAMERON,  R*c.-8ec.
-tELKIRK     LODGE  12, 1. O.  O.  F.
Meete every Thursday evening in
'Mkirk Hall at 8 o'clock. Vieiting
brethren cordially invited
C. NORTH, N. G.
JAS. MATHIE, Sec.
KOOTENAY     LODGE. No. 15 A.  F.
and A.  M.
Regular meetings are held In MASONIC TEMPLE, Oddfellowi' Hall
nn the Third Monday in each month
*t 8 p. m. Visiting brethren art
cordially welcome.
J. HI HAMILTON, W. M.
A. G. BROOKER, Secretary.
O. W. O. W.
Mountain View Camp, No. JJ9.
Veete Second    and     Fourth Wednee
dayi    in each  month  in    Selkirk
Hall.     Vieiting Woodmen are
cordially invited to attend
JAMES  McINTYRE,  O.O.
H. W. EDWARDS, Clerk.
REVELSTOKE LOYAL ORDER
MOOSE No. 1081
Meets every first and third Tuesday in Oddfe.lows Hall. Visiting
brethern cordially Invited to attend.
A. Grant, Dictator.
H. L. Haug, Secretary.
'IS
0m$$
H. J. NitSCf.LLY, fic/iiUcr.
'£lstoY&
Strictly Fi st Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with  Bath
Union   Hotel
JUST NK.VVLY RKF'AIRED
RATES,      .      $1.50 PER DAY
Weekly mul monthly rates to lie arranged.        Meal Tickets, 21 meals for 56.00
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
A. P. LKVKSQUK, Proprietor
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Hest Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $1 a day.    Monthly rates.
J.    .A-TLIBEJIRT     STOHSTEJ      PROP.
Read" Mail-Herald" SALES AND WANTS for Snaps
WOOD
FARMER'S
ASSET
With the increasing inaccessibility of
the forests ,,n i th' consequent high
price o: wnod, the small wooded arms common o.i the farms ui eastern
(.'anad.i ai ■ also increasing In econom
ii- value. They frequently oucupj - ills
unfitted for agriculture and with a
little care can ba made to fun,ish the'
farmer ..:th ,, continuous revenue in
(ue teni , ee-* . rai -, poles and '< i "
tuial timber.
I afo i unati ly  th'se    wood lot-    are
frequently  allowed to deteriorate thru
ne«s i r la It of know lod ;c    on
the-   i an    of     the farmer.   He takes
great    are to fai m  bis     agrie ultural
land     e, ihe besl adi untage, bui    often fail    tj re i       that     by farming
I.i< woo i ' ii  with ih" same i are,     bc
ime in rease in produi
•  ii i    ,': •  . m, .is are      not
led   n a   di a    i'-lel. yel  In  tht
wi o Ilo   ' he cattl    tan o at will, an i
In    I  '.id      e M ICnil eC in   •     | |l0     * ■ I 11   I I I'
■ mer allows ths b to increa ■■ in
11 uneven.- only the trees bdsl
i       ee    IliS    pUr]  ie  '. ■.
Te. -.i\f ihe farmer from him elf, 111»-
li minion government ha appointed
a technical forester with bead-quartern ;.t the Forestry Branch. Ottawa,
Whose principal duty is to answer all
inquiries, and give advice on the e
ii, t i . i! necessary, arrangements
ean be made for lt personal inspection
of woodland properties hy this expert
< Ne. conditions are Imposed on the nw-
i : of he woodland,• it being assumod
that he who is anxious for advice will
accept ii when eivon. The expert
look- over the siind, determine! what
■•pedes of trees are' hest suited to tho
-oil and lo ihi' local market, shows
how io improve the 'harai'tor of the
ii d iis rate of growth hyprop-
■ r thinning . and, if desired, give ad
■. i regardin • 11r.'-]>i;,ni Ing, hnrd-
■■■■•• | coppicing, felling methods and
tbe most profitable emy to be grown.
Further Information on tbis iub}ect
an i.m obtained by writing to the
I ry Hraneh, Ottawa.
SYNOPSIS   OF COAL MIMING
REGULATIONS.
Coal mining rights of the Dominion
n Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Al
eerta, the Yukon Territory, the
*>orlh-wcst Territories and in a portion of the Province of Uritish Col-
linbia, may he leased ior a term of
'wenty-oue years at an annual lentil of .1 an aero. Not moro than
.',5t*(l acres will be leased to one applicant.
Application for lease must he made
•>y the applicant in person to the
\gent or Hub-Agent of tho district
n which tbe rights applied for are
•ituated.
The leuso will include the coal mining rights only,  but the lessee    may
e  permitted  to      piirchuHe  whatever
available surface rights  may  he  considered  noceBHiiry  for  the  working   o!
he mine at the rate of    110.00     un
acre.
In surveyed territory lhe la.sl must
hi dosciibed hy sections, or legal
subdivisions of sections, and in un
surveyed torritory tbs tract applied
lor shall he staked out hy the ap -
plicant  himself.
Karh applicant must ho acrompan
led by a fee of i'.i which will he refunded If the rights applied for nr.
not available, but not otherwise. A
royalty shall be paid ou tho mm
chantable output of the mino at the
rate of five cents per ton.
The person oporating tho mino shall
furnish the Agont with sworn returns
accounting for the full quantity ol
merchantable coal mined and pay the
royalty thereon. If the conl mining
rights are not being operuted, sucb
returns should be furnished at loast
once a year.
For full Information application
should ire made to the Socrotary cf
the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to the Agent or Bub-Agent
of Dominion Lands.
W. W. OORY.
SEASONABLE HARDWARE
>*""        At Prices Neier Before Offered '<*/-'
-^■V        to the Public of Revelstoke    :-:        **V
We are offering some of the many seasonable and attractive lines and hope to enlarge the impression that we are
ready with the goods that are wanted, as they are wanted,
and at the lowest possible price, consistent with good
quality.
Screen Doors $1.50 to $2.75
"    30cto45c
Step Ladders $1 to $4.50
Hoes, Rakks, Spades etc from 50c to $1.25
Lawn Mowers  $6.50 to $10 50
"     Rakes     50c
"     Hose       $4.50 to $11 per 50 ft.
Sprinklers 40c up
Grass Cutters $1.50
Alabastine in all Colors
The Famous   MINERVA Paints—The Best in Canada.
.   .   SPORTING GOODS of all kinds   .
COME IN AND SEE-NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS
Revelstoke Hardware Company, Ltd.
Agents for GURNEY'S CHANCELLOR Rarg^s.
QO<>0<>0<K>0<K)-0-C><>0<>0<>0-O0-CK><I) OO
Bargains Worth While
25 only Boys' Suits 25 Per Cent. Off
25 only Boys' Shoes, Reg. $3.50 Values	
 Now $1.90
100 Pairs Men's Hose, blacks and tans	
 6 Pairs for $1.00
THESE    PRICES   FOR
THIS     WEEK     ONLY
McRae Mercantile Co.
600000000000000000000-0000 o
Gentral Hotel
Abrahamson Bros.
Props.
First-Class in all
respects.
All Modern
Conveniences]
RATES, $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Rates,
REVELSTOKE. B. C.
. . It Miqht Be Hot. . .
IB TTT
It ia always fine in the plunge at Halcyon Hoi Springs
whose natural hot medicinal waters are the mosl wonderful health restorer on the Continent Our record of euros
of rheumatism and other chronic complaints is unequalled
and verilied by our gratified patrons. Located among the
greatest scenery of Canada, easy of access,—the Sanitarium is luxuriously fitted and finished fur comfort and
convenience of quests.
Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. BOYD, Proprietor, -        Halcyon. Arrow Lakes
ur
The   fnmlly   remedy   for   Couuhs   and  Collin
Shiloh costs  so   little   and docs   so much I'
JUST OPENED UP  UNDER  NEW  MANAGEMENT
The Kootenay Brewery
Manufacturing
ALE      PORTER      LAGER  BEER
^
A. COLARCH. PROI'.
REVELSTOKE. B. C.
fe.
<^—GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER
A PAGE FOUR
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY.  JUNE  11,  1913,
Just Arrived, in Great Variety, our Complete Stock of
Screen Doors
See the Latest in these Lines
Thn Combination Screen and Storm Doors
Beautiful in Design and Workmanship
Zbc flDaiWfocralb
PCBLISHKn   WEDNESDAY   AND
SATURDAY   AT
REVELSTOKE.   B.   C.
•Mitei-tor ipuintsbltui Company.
Limited
J.  K.  JOHNSON,   Manager.
RAI,I'H   G.   BORnTON,   Kditor
r"
SUMMER DRYGOODS
^CRKICN WINDOWS
35c to 75c
Screen wire
All Sizes from 24 inches to 42 inches Wide
SPRING HINGES
DOOR SPRINGS
DOOR CATCHES
DOOR HANDLES
ADVERTISING RATES.
Local Reading Notices and Business
locals 10 cents per line each insertion.
Minimum local ad charge 25 cents.
Display advertisements 2,r> cents pei*
inch each insertion, single column.
LEGAL AND OFFICIAL
ADVERTISING.
Legal advertising of any form, also
Government and Municipal NotieeB 12
cents per line first insertion anil 8
cents per lino subsequent insertions,
allowing 10 lines to the inch.
Applications for Liquor Licenses ?5.
Applications for Transfer ot liquor
Licenses $7.50.
Land  purchase notices, $7.00
Water  Application     Noti es,  up  to
100 words. $7.50,  over 100 words     in
proportion.
All other classes of advertising not
included in above to lie charged at
rate to be arranged with manager on
application.
llNiKHMNCJiNSMITHINC
WEDNESDAY,  JUNK  U,  1913,
V wins, .em-.
iacx-gyctmu-s* ^-' T-tsJ.ni **m.*~***u*r*imi&m)i**wct*amji»mr*,
R. Z. CRAWFORD, Contracting Pointer
Sl ;n painting and alabastine dkcorating
A   SPECIALTY.    SATISFACTION   GUARANTEED
shop in cum:iing's transfer block, - ir;SrBTo8KT","*l.To.
.crexvm.:    _.: .•u-_-...---.ttj.jv .v. :.ir.'.ia:.cc.ag!'i i ■■ iiiiui 'iiim.TMJtan
Arc
you
Int .-rested
Cui Qlass Values
We have just received a large shipment of
finest CUT GLASS obtainable at values
hitherto unknown, and arc making* a
special effort to interest you. Our win-
dow 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 $arbers
Revelstoke's pioneer Jeweler
The great '•Co'.umbia" river th^sc
elay- presents a fascinating spectacle,
we'll wo. thy of more than a passing
glance fiom the citizens of Revelstoke
whose homes are perched hi^h upon its
hanks. Through fall and v.inter, tho
world's seventh largest, river lay dormant, a sinuous serpent of low muddy water, sluggish ami.I ravine'-' of i>*e
and  -now.
With the advent oi springtime warm
th and sunshine      the     sieapy snake
awo f  10   new  life, and   no.v,    stirred
ly  summer aultrj   h at, ii is  -swelling
into a ravenous gigantic octupus. Fed
from the tin   thousand icefields     and
snowy peaks i i t lie backbone of    the
continent,  rushing  waters sweep down
th ■ hillsides, finding their nearest way
ly   r.ll,  stream  and  mer,   into     the
gi al   parent artery.
The   thrill of a leaping jumping life
tii"      swollen  vein-  through
the     snows of a long drawnom
al  la '. swirl in mad ono
month da h to the G and the
sea.   To   ' almost   high   water;
its tentacles filled to bursting     point
twisting and     twining over the vast
area o        -1.    preading out into
roaring   through  iath-
t aring  over catar -
-•ly   in  rap-
ia river forces its way
iant, resistlessly thru
i,  crosses   th-  border,
.   .. *       t through  atwen-
I :.d   Or.,
the   Pacific
he rivei
t height
iih
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$50     GIVEN   AWAY   FREE   $50
TO ANY CHUkCH IN THK CITY Ol ELSTOKE
H.   E.   HULETT,
CONDITIONS:
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STRIKE    WHILE    THE    IRON    IS    HOT
ii   R, nn.i ii ii
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SPECIAL OFFER FOR JUNE
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1,1      IlltH'. '   ill.
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H. E. HULETT.
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shop in Hear
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Residence: ll -Third St., Easl   }
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P. O. Hox 349 4
Ladies Tweed Skirts
Ladies 1-piece Dresses
Ladies' Suits
Only a few Suits left to clear at
Special Prices.
in   White    Lawn,   and   Muslins:
Regular $4 and $5.     Your choice
for $2.00
White Wash Skirts
Prices $1.75 to §2.50.
Women's Spring Hosiery
Women's   White Underwear.
Ladies'Itayss Dresses
Re*. $4, $3, $3-to clear at $2.00.
Millinery!
Millinery
Millinery
We are keeping  in touch with
the Eastern Market.     You can
depend upon the  latest styles.
Spring Wash Goods
On* Btock Never-Bstter.   Prices
marked down from 40c. and 35c.
Nov 2">c.
& YOUNG
ixeeanmuc
point lobe expected in normal times.
Settlers along the lakeside nre evsn
now anxiously watching the rising
lluod un.l preparing io move at short
notiee onto the' hillsides, with theii
(ami.ies and valuables.. And still the
rush-nt; waters show no signs of a'»
atoment, hour by hour the lie', ine;
waves creep up lhe guage, with still
seven teet to go ere touching t.he mark
i,: disastrous 'Ui.
.'ta d iu on the 1 i • le'd ' a* Rev
11 t oke, evi n lhe mo I un maginat ■
ive ol bun an . : - under the spell
ofthe mighty Bt ream, and gazing at
the rising relentless tide,1-becomes*loBt
for a while to his surroundings, fascin
ated by the wondrous spectacle pre
■ ente,l "wh n ColunAda-3 Waters rise''
continue     whan  there is a bylaw, No.
I.'i,  1  believe,  regulating the mailer.
Thanking you   for   your     valuable
space, Mr. Editor, I remain
A  Fellow Sufferer.
INTHE Hll.'ll   COURT OF   JUSTICE
PROBATE) DIVORCE  AND  ADMIRALTY  DIVISION.
OlVOROB.j
m
GGOPLE
T. -opped in the    ->
WSkM mm
I tl
*.':'.itor   Mail-Herald —
Mas with n great (leal of interest
I read   the  letter -ii;ned  "Sufferer" in
your Issue of June 7th, regarding cow
.  ables and dairies in  lhe city limits
and especially in and near residential
■ ets.
This  is a  matter  that needs immed
tention   especially as the     hot
ather  .-  rapidly approaching.   Last
ai ih    wrier had a friend  Btaying  at
ihe neu'e     whose     intention was to
of a    month's duration.
I        the hot  weathei was
lh ■ house     was about        n
.   from  ,i lareo  row  stable,
lite  bad on that side
e  a  long story
..uni wns on the
I our iriend stay
■ •■I ! ol ,1 month;
nd carryi i Bn odor through
n ■   her  quite
Th I '   whv      the
ance      to
Nova Scotia Man nnd Wife Doth
Benefited  By GIN  PILLS
I'ST bow much
difference ('.; M
VI I,I.S can make ia
the lieemc hi.- can be
guessed from t e
letter below. Where
fur in erly bot b
husband anil wife
were i:i more or less
constant misery «ith
backache, they are
neiw delighted U> be
almost free uf lhe old
trouble.
I.vons Hrook, N.S.
"Vou are perfectly
free to use mv name
in anv way lo benefit
GIN PILLS, for thev deserve lhe highest praise. My back has never troubled
me since taking GIN I'lI.I.S, anil inv
wife feels much belter after taking GIN
PILI.S for her back. She thinks CIN
I'lI.I.S will make a complete cure."
JAMES L NAUSS.
Why shouldn't yotl or any of your
friends who may lie suffering with
Backache, Rheumatism, Lumbago,
Sciatica, Weak or Strained Kidneys,
Burning or Scalding Trine, Painful
Urination or frequent colds in the
Kidneys and Bladder, get tbc tame
relief that so quickly came to the Nattss
home  when  they  started t.i use  (".IN
PILLS?
Remember, you buy CIN PILLS on
our standing guarantee lhat they will
cure or your money will l>e promptly
refunded. soo. a box, 6 for $i .so.
Sample free if you write National Drug
and Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited,
Toronto. 1SI
GAMADA'3 BEST
JVebvcombe
TO:-
LEOPOLD SANDERSON late of
Revelstoko, Uritish Columbia, in thu
Dominion ul Canada but who-.' pr.'s-
<ni address  is ai  present unknown.
TAKE NOTICE that a Citation lias
been issued in this Division citing you
to appear and answer lhu Petition of
Ethel Ann Sanderson of 12 Cbatflehl
Road, Norton Woodscats Sheffield iu
tho Oounty if York praying fer a dissolution of marriage, ln default of
your bo appearing, you will not bu
allowed to addre a the Court, and the
Court will | ro red to hear the said
Petition prove.l and pronounce Ben-
tenoo in respect thereto.
AND TAKE FURTHER NOTIOB
that for lho purpose aforesaid within
two months after the date ol this
i ithllcation, an appearance must, bo
entered al the Divorce Registry, Bom-
eiBOl   I louse.Sl run.I,   I., n.lon.
ROBERT A. l'HITCHAHI),
Registrar.
Solicitor- Sharpe Pritcbard & Co.,
of 12 Now i'o in, Carey Street, London, W.C., Agents for Geo. .). Simpson &• s'.,ns of Sheffield.
1st issue  J.II   Iw. 4t.
Pianos
And
Vlayer
Tianos
NOTICE  OK  DISSOLUTION.
Notice   is   hereby   given     that the
partnership     heretofore   existing between Nick  Kn rae nnl  A.G. Tliiaki-
Ison, as restaurant keepers at Windsor
| Hotel,   Revelstoke,  B.C.,  ha;  this day
teen dissolved by mutual consent, the
saiil Karros retiring from the business
which  will in the future be   arried oa
by »flid Thiakison who will collect all
debts ow-ine;  io the  lirm and pay all
debts owing by  Iho firm.
Dated  May :ilst, 1913.
N. KARRAS,
A I.EX.  THIAKISON.
Ist iss.  J.4th, 2t.
IN USB 40 YEARS
GO' D THEN BETTER NOW
i'"i I''    "icale, I'utii. ol Tone, Susceptl-
• I "in h   Ue i iie ..I finish, Workmanship .m'l I hirabllity,
OUR PLAYER PIANOS
ni in like ■ Diitrnl i ontaina all lhe
npro' ■ ments md 'I \lees    Thej
rfeel   hi  tone,   artistic  In design
'    '|e.|le]e.  lef   g|\ 11/    ||f|     ,, my   ■ ,,\ j, ,-
VVF  INVITE  COMPARISON
The verj bei i material and the   best
ei   ne.ie    i in  sei ure are   < tn>
In tin 11 'i ui td 11
.}# DANOS   DEVINE  W
Beggai  Pi 11 ' ■  ('.,-,,i,  Opera, Empn iti e,
1 ue id iy, June 17th, 191 I
■II. IU e Ave.,   Uevelstoke,   li. C.
fil "1 ii  mi'l  In. leery, Toronto,  Ont,
Phone, 262
NOTICK.
Revel toke Land lii-triet.
Uistiii i o( Wesl K .otciiny.
Take   met ice  that      Claude'      Wa:     i.
Cameron of Nakusp, B.C., occupation
I'liiii Rancher, Intends lo apply for
permission to purchase the following
di crib d lands.
Commencing at ,., porfl plnntcd at
North Bast Corner of Timher Limit
Number .M7S, thence -outh 50 chnins,
ilm f mst 40 chains, (hence follow-
ing tl .• m nnderin,; of the lake to plnco
of commencement, containing one hundred acres more or less.
Dated June 2nd, 1918.
CLAUDE  WATSON CAMERON
1st |s..ue Juno 7, GOd.
NOTIOE.
Notice is hereby gl.ei that at thu
noxi regular rt.ectln,' of the Hoard ot
i nin'm- Cornmliitoneri for the City
if lievelstoke io he held after the expiration ol thirty days from the dat»
Hereof, application will be made by
Un' undersigned for permUslou io
r< hn Caley to transfer io J.C. Tap-
; ,n • I Hotel liense to sell liquor*
by retail at the premises known as tha
City   Hotel    Kevelstoke,   B.C.
Dated ibis 2nd day ol May, 1H]3.
John Cnley, by liis attorney in fart,
W. H. Pratt.
J. C. TAPPING.
May Tth, 30d. WEDNESDAY,  JUNE 11, 1913,
THEWMAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGE FIVE
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jJUga.i'iiiV.i^r'Baaa:
ron-in.iii-huw.w»-jI.JBBF ■ .^i-tr-M r v r ■■.■.■■
Free 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.
ivelstoke's Department Store
C. JJ. J4ume $ Co., J^imited
Watch Our Windows for
Special Lines and Bargains During This Month
Look at Price Tickets.
4
!
Children's Rompers
In good washing Blue Percale,  nicely trimmed
with white, well made and good style, at
50c
Splendid line of Children's Rompers in neat
Galatea stripes, all colors. A perfect washer. At
Each	
65c
Sjme spacial lots of Fancy Rompers for dressy
wear; extra good materials and prettily trimmed.
90c
omen s House D
resses
Made of Prints, Ginghams and Galateas.   Some
now ideas in these, at each	
Sale of Linen for the Hospital
Linen Shower on June the 18th
A lovely showing of pure white snowy linens.
Just what is needed at the Hospital. Make your
selections while the stock is complete. Among these
are a lot of Irish hand embroidered linens. You
may be able to pick up something you need i'or your
own use at a bargain as they are all selling at   .
Half Price
Special Hair Switches
Any color, full 3 stem wavy, natural hair switch
-can be done up in any form	
$3.75
Radium Hose for Ladies
Tan and Black, any size. This well known and
well advertised hose are the most popular sellers in
Lisle hose; some in Gauze Lisle, some in heavier
makes, at	
40c   50c   75c
te Lingerie Dresses
$1.90
For   Ladies'   Dinner    and   Evening   Wear.    A
lovely new linen, at from	
$12.50 to $25.00
Big Collection of Remnants
Go on Sale Friday, including Muslins Prints,
Ginghams, Galateas, Sheetings, Toweling, etc., all
at Remnant Prices.
Children's Coats
In Cream, Serge, Cream Bedford, Cord and
Colored Sicillian, for children from G months to 4
years.      Some clever ideas among these.    All   ac
$2,90
•■■
s  Furnishing Department
CANVAS PUMPS
FOR THE LADIES
The new things for hot weather wear: neat, attractive lasts, turn soles, white covered heels; either bow
or buckled fronts: easily cleaned with any white
polish.
White Sea Island Canvas, $2.75 per pair
White Mercerized Canvas, $3 per pair
MEN'S-SUMMER UNDERWEAR
The Underwear which keeps you cool in
the hottest weather. Our lines are all
chosen with regard to wear and price
and comprise the choicest lines of many
factories.
MEN'S COMBINATIONS in short sleeves and
arms, or in full lengths.   Prices per Suit	
 $1.50 to $5.00
MEN'S RIBB. BALBRIGGAN-Sizes, 32 to -18
Per Suit $1.50
MEN'S BALBRIGGAN in all sizes, per suit   $1.00
MEN'S PURE WOOL-FRENCH-Light weight
Per Suit $2.75
MEN'S   BRITISH   MAKE-Medium    weight,
Pure Wool.   Price per Suit "-52.75
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
BARGAINS
MEN'S FANCY HOSE-Lisles and silks, either in
solid colors or fancies. You can't equal this
snap in many moons	
35c Per Pair for Two Days
BOYS' STRAIGHT KNICKER PANTS-Genuine
Snaps—if you ever saw them. All " Lion "
Brand, and for two days all one price	
75c a Pair
Oun Grocery and Crockery" Department
Crosse & Blackwell s Marmalades
Orange, 4 and 7 lb. tins; Orange, 1 and 2 Ib. bottles; Lemon, 1 and 2 lb. bottles; Mandarin
1 and 2 lb. bottles.
ROBERTSON'S Golden Shred. 1 and 2 lb. Bottles;   Tangerine, 1 and 2 lb. bottles;   Ginger,
1 and 2 lb. bottles.
NOEL'S Fig, 1 and 2 lb. bottles.
DEADMAN'S HONEY L&rtoieaIers,-65c-: Bo.ttle3' 40c*: Bot.tles
35c.
Something Extra Choice in   Fruits
Hunt's Peaches, sliced, in Tins
Hunt's Peaches, halfs,
Hunt's Apricots, halfs,
Hunt's Royal Anne Cherries, in Tins
Hunt's Pine Apple.
VINELAND Greengages, Lombard Plums,
Strawberries, Raspberries, Peaches, Pears,
Cherries.
THIS IS THE TIME FOR FLIES
We have a large stock of Wilson's Ply Pads; Tanglefoot Fly Paper in sheets; Two-inch
Viper Fly Catcher, 50 to a box, $1.7."); Four-inch Viper Fly Catcher, 50 to a box, $2.25.
$444tt tti it* iT*iTi ii'i iti ii'i tT-4 il\ iTi 'fr* 'fr* ii'i ii'i tt* ili 1*1*1 iTi l£i i*"fr» iTi iti ii'i i'ii ii'i it* t"ti ii'i tti iTi iti ii'i A.il*x
■4#* ■+■ *4r 4* * X X X X X 4* X X X X X  X X  X 4-  X X  X  X  * X  X X  X X  X X  X X *X *X
I Specials for Friday and Saturday I
*$♦   <£
9    Grape Juice, (pint bottles)      25c    *q+
$    Greengage Plum, G for $1.00    7
Lombard Plum, 6 for $1.00
Iff    Three Packages Corn Starch      25c
tttifi A ci. 1T1 ■•*■ ■***■ •***■ dU dU •**** •*. •**■ ■**■ •***. ■***■ dU »*♦*■ ■***■ ■***■ '****■ 1*1*1 ii'i 1T1 tti t*l*i iTi it 1iTi1T11T1 iT< iTt iTi1T1 lifa 1
+ *"J+ t^T 1^1 lej,l l^l 1^1 Of Mi M f e|,l 1 J} l-JI m ni lejl le^l lej.1 I-J,! m I f% IJl ' ;J,I I-J, I ■'J.* tjl 1-J.I lejl I ej.1 lejl t e|,l I "JT ^ 'X1 .4." ,4,' *
House Furnishing Department
Reduction Sale on Carpet Squares still on. Do not wait but buy now.
VERANDAH SCREENS-Something everyone requires. They will
keep out the sun and at the same time let the air in. We have them in all
Sizes and colors.
WALL PAPER We carry a complete stock and can please every taste.
We also handle Beds, Mattresses, Comforters, Pillows, Curtain Shades, Curtain Rods, Linoleum, Carpet Sweepers.   Goods and Prices are Right. •PAGE SIX
THE MAIL-HERALD REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,  JUNE 11, 1913,
WATC
TOKE grow
How to Get in Touch With the Real Estate Investment Chances
Grasp the chance that will make
your Fortune!
You will find such opportunities
by getting in touch with our Real
Estate offerings.
Let us show you some Good Buys
in Business Property, Houses, Lots,
and Acreage.
The Head offices for the contractors of the double-tracking west of
Revelstoke are located this week in
the City. The housing for the army
of men required for this work is now
being rushed. In a few weeks everything will be in full blast, and many
men who are wise enough will be
picking up Real Estate Snaps in the
City.   WHY NOT YOU?
Offices, Opposite City Hall, Cor. McKenzie flve. and Second St.
ART. JOHNSON   Kevelstoke Real Estate, Timber, Mining
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.. Ltd. CL0oS'JSco IM
SCENES IN
Importers and Wholesale Dealers. r-» « ni ■ a nni-ai-r
PARLlAMtNT
Manufacturers of Aerated Waters
WINES
LIQUORS
CIGARS
tion ai tbis time. The debate val
continued by Hon. I,. P. Pelletier ami
E. Al. Macdonald. The former said
bi bad been convinced while in London ia-t summer tbat  Canada should
ei' ntinued on Pago 7.i
NO    MORE    FAT!
'ion
-    pie F..t   Reducing Treatment -
.    No more about  being too fat, I can
li.  without dangerous
or starvation diet.   Write   for
, .liars io Anna Sharp, Kdmonds,
h Columbia.
I
Bingham's Music Store i
B- C. Representative for
Come Early
and Get
First Choice
Piano Tuning*
and Repair-
a Specialty
Agents for Calgary Beer
COMING EUtNT5
WALTER WHITBY
\J&
High Class Decorator
Painting and Paper Hangin<
■a rhe    Frank  Rich
,,: the Dm -
i *i.
By" at    the
-- '—' In le Tern's  Cabin"
r - •  'hi-a
Pla itH," at   the
■    I 'hfatre
MUSIC FOR THE MULTITUDE
Take advantage "( an exceptional opportunity. Call and inspect
tbc large stock ol Mandolinos. Violins, Cuitars, Accordeons, Piccolos,
Flutes, Multi-Flutes, Harmonicas, Sheet Musio, Albums, Player
Piano Rolls, Silk Piano Drapos, Etc . Selling st Eastern Prices,
Edison Phonographs and Victor Crnmophones wiib Cood Stock of
Records. Also 200 Edison Wax Records selling at 40c. lo clear.
(Usual price, 65c). Ask lor New Edison Catalogue.
McKENZIE AVENUE.   Revelstoke, B. C.   Phone 262
\
hAlMiVIMM.. SUIMM.. WKMMIINk H'
Residence   ■   Victoria Road
BOX    V>4
The kevelstoke Boot, Sh ll
Repairing Department
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
MAKERS    OK    FINE    WELT    SHOES
■ workmanship and wear
And comfort born of i tair;
Of 20th Century welta tha
Will draw new trado, and hold the old.
II
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J.P.SUTHERLAND I 6. BURRIDGE & SON
Transfer      Draying
Plumbers ;ma Tinsmiths
Handling Pianos^ a  Specialty Ropaira,   Hot Air and Fumae*
work a Specialty
Phone 42  -    Night Phone 85
-WORK    SHOP
Oonnnujjht Ave.    -    Rovolstoko
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election. Me iir in .leeri * *i.t owln^
lo   lhe  existing  linnTi' OO    il
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Comfort Your Stomach
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Hoad OKico-Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Subscribed -          6.000,000.00
Capita] Paid Up -      -       6,770,00*,.OO
Reserve        - 6.770,000.00
Total Assets,        - -              $72,000,000.00
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Agent* in (in-lit Britain nml United States London, England,
Lloyds Dank, Limited. Chicago Firsl National Bank, Corn Exchange National Bank, Beattie Seattle National Bank. San Fran-
Wells fargo Nevada National Hunk. Spokane Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deno Its of $1 and upward lalved, ami Interesl allowed at
■ ui i .-rn rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch   A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
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Dominion Security Co., Limited
OF  KEVELSTOKE, B. C.
 ini-.mnr thai they have opened np offices at the
cornel ofl eel  and Connaught Avenue fur the pur-
of handling i ite timber, etc,   It will  pay you to
• particulars, and Ket In on ground floor prices.
We also make "I listed property.
A. McRae
President,
T. Kilpatrick,
Sec.-Treasurer
]'. f). Drawer No, 4.    Telephone No. 321. WEDNESDAY,  JUNE 11, 1913,,
THEIMAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGE  SEVBN
BEWS   DRUG  STORE
Household Rubber Gloves, per pair 75c and $1.00
Rexall Celery and Iron Tonic  $1.00
Rexall Nerve Tablets  50c
Rexall Hypophosphites  $1.00
Rexall Sarsaparilla  $1.00
Rexall God liver Extract  $1.00
Remember that every Rexall preparation
is fully guaranteed to give satisfaction or
your money is returned.
BEWS  The fam£l Store
Howson C&> Co., Ltd.
Furniture, Carpets and Linoleum at Eastern Prices, Freight
cAdded.
Howson C& Co., Ltd.
WIT[5TAIliiUAIIC[5I5TEAM[R!i/[ANADA
SAILING EVERY TUESDAY FROM
MONTREAL QUEBEC LIVERPOOL
New S.S. Laurentic. .(15,000 Tons). .New S.S. Megantic
First-Class—$92.50-      Second-S53.75.     Third-$32.50
S. S. Teutonic
5S2 feet long.
Twin Screw
Steamers
S. S.Canada
514 feet long.
Only One Class Cabin (II) $50.00 and Up
and Third Class $31.25 and Up, Carried
For Sailings, Illustrated Booklets, etc., apply to
company's offices
619 se:ond avznoe, ;near cherry st., Seattle
C. P. R. Ticket Agent, Revelstoke
L. E.GRIFFITHS
Hay, Grain and Feed
Office :
Cumming's Transfer Co.'y
Second  Street
G. W. HALL,
Manager
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
SWIFT'S . . .
Blood and Bone
FERTILIZERS
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
F.onc
I   Mr. Har-en crent-d a roar of
t.e i.y preventing ihe 1,1,1 ■'■ rod    from
lm.--   f..r a moment   a-  ha     ru-
deavored to reply to th»    ex-minister
e.i public works.
ASTERS   IS. S. Revelstoke
are going fast. K you have not
already done so, order your bedding
planti al once and save disappointment We bave the very best in
ihe Province,
REVELSTOKE
NURSERIES
\V. 11. Pottrnff, Prop,
PHONE 56
During low water season
steamer leaves City Wharf
6 a. m. every Tuesday and
Friday for La Porte and
way ports, returning same
day.
Freight and passenger
rates made known on application.
F, Swanson, Pur8er
Phone—57
FORESTERS"
SOCIAL
EVENING
Thf independent Order of   Fore-tera
Court Mt. Begbie, b-ld a    most    ua ■
cestful so ial on Monday evening, ut-
of fifty memben and friends bi
in^ present,
The advertisement competition was
. -ii. cess, Companion bruee won
th. i.ady -' prize and Brother 0. W.
Bell th«. gentleman's,
The following took part ia the mUl
icalportion which was a musical treat
Companionf Cameron. Owen and Mor-
... B ie 1 Whitby and Morgan,
AIM Marjorie Lee ably officiated at.
tha I'iano.
Higb Courl Deputy O, Qamer   P'*«-
tnted Bro, O.W, Bel) with a   Ohlel
Jewel as     a    token ol  tlm
curt- appre i.vion of Iiih   ervlceioi
Chief Hanger during 1911 and     101*.
an •■ 1     iv.-1 Auiinir the even
ing, Witli    "lii'i* aiiel eake at the ■ low:.
\t -ii,' !■ |uesl nf th" Hii-ii Ohlel
Haner the Court derided to attend
Iiivine tervice nt St. Peter's church
OO   Sun lav   evening,   June  ISffl), to
ommemorate the 29th anniversary ol
the order.   All membei   ara requeeted
• ••■nl
CLOSING SCENES
IN PARLIAMENT
(.Continued from  Page  6)
do something to aid the mother country. Mr. Macdonald asserted tbat
the government was trying to enforce
a policy which would mean that for
all time Canadians must do as ord -
cied by the officials of Downing street
At the short afternoon session there
was a short discussion on white slave
tiaffi.-. Mr. Borden promising that
the government would do everything
in its power to lessen the evil.
Messages were ree-eived from tho
sinaie declining to accede to the request of the commons, that the.
amendment to the highways and intercolonial railway branch lines bills
e-'ioiild be withdrawn. This means
that  both bills are killed.
At twenty minutes to four o'clock,
when the hou>e had finally closed its
deliberations, :i surprise was sprung
1 y the Hon. Vi. Pugsley, who rose
m hi-' place and asked the linane-e
lrinisterwhat he meant when, in the
cours.' of his naval speech, he said
staled that the condition of affairs
:r. tho country uid not demand an
election. Did he mean that Iho fin-
rn'ial condition of the country was
in a serious 1 ondition ? Mr. "White
stated that nj meant no such thing:
he meant thnt the condition of affair**
o! the country were so favorable to
the Conservative party that the leadei of the opposition did not want an
election.
Sir Wilfrid—i want an election and
I can tell the finance minister that I
will  eepen the camp....    in Toronto.
Mr. White—The leader of the 0p-
position always gets a courteous
heai'in • in Toronto, but on vote get-
tin: bs is always short. He will not
get manv if ne pursues still further
hi-  nnval  policy.
Mr. Pufsley continued that if the
Conserva Iv pari ' had confidence in
tha electorate they should dissolve
parliament, and then if they camo
back wiih a clear mandate the sen-
a:e wo ild quash their naval bill
ami odment.
R. B. Bennett, Calgary, enlivened
matters by Breaking in on the mem -
tei from St. John by askng him to
resign hi- s>at in St. John, and he
would do the same in Calgary, and
so test the feeling c.i i'he electorate.
Mr. Pugsley would not accept, as he
stated that the senate would not re-:
gaPd such an expression of opinion
aa a mandate from the people. He
continued by asking Mr. White what
he meant by Baying that providence
was on th? side of theOonservative
party. Did he mean by that in a
siiort time vacancies would occur in
the s-nate, and when Ihey did ther
would eome with a Conservative majority in ihe house, and thnt justice
would he done to the empire '.'
Mi. Pugsley th?n diverged on thu
question oi the financial state ot
Cannda. saying ihat it had not been
fo bad for *J0 years. Th.' reason lay
in the ex lees of imports over exports
Arthur Meighcn asiid how , ould
we. cur.' it.
Mr. Pugsley—By larger market-.
Th" ex-minister of public works
again *oo!t up the navy question nn 1
u.i- in 'he mid-i of nn eulogy ol
Canadians a- fighting men in com -;
lari-on with others, when lhe Mak
mil  irom  ihe senate    arrived   oa   the
tm£
It means cement of the highest possible quality.
It means cement tested by experts whose authority is final at all our milk
It means cement acknowledged by engineers, architects and hundreds of thousands
of farmers to fulfil every requirement of scientifically made Portland cement.
It means a cement that is absolutely reliable, whether used for a great bridge or
for a concrete watering trough.   You can use
Canada Cement
with complete confidence that your concrete [work will be thoroughly utiifactory.
You ought to have thia confidence in the cement you use, because you have  not the
facilities for testing its qualities, such as are at the disposal ofthe engineers in charge of
big contracting jobs.
These engineers know that when cement has passed the teats made upon it at Canada
Cement mills, it will pass all their tests.
And this same cement is told to you for your silo, your foundations, your feeding-floor,
your milk-house or your watering-trough.
Used according to the Idirections in our freo book "What the Farmer can do with Concrete," Canada
Cement never rails to giro satisfactory results.    Write for ths book.   It not only tells rou bow to mix
and place concrete, but will also suggest scores of uses for it on your farm, every one of tham valuable
to you.   In asking for tha book you do not incur the slightest obligation.
There is  a Canada Cement Dealer in Your Neighborhood
Addrest: Farmtri Information Bureau
Canada Cement Company  Limited,  Montreal
cal
•^^•^^■^$@5.
a <&**
v» '-.'A ffil
The  Hand That Moves  The @
Lever Saves 16 2-3 Per Cent, g
of Your Coal Bill ^
Here is the opportunity for the housewife to ^g^
deal the high cost of living question a hard jolt ^^
without any effort on her part. Q&
The way is to make sure that her new range is ^9
controlled by a  Gurney Economizer, which will ^5^
save 1 ton of coal in every 6 burned in an ordinary ^^
"^ %
The Economizer is to the stove what the con- -^
trol lever is to thc engine or automobile.    Without ^*
control neither is efficient. <5E^
With the Gurney Economizer it is possible to fey
quickly vary the heat of the oven.    Various foods ^^
require different temperatures.   Thc Economizer ^--^
keeps this desired temperature absolutely uniform.
It also means that when cooking is over, you ^~
may have a cool kitchen and still have your fire *G£
going — while you can have the fiercest heat in a tv^
few minutes by a slight pressure on the lever. -—^
Ifyou possess a Gurney-Oxford your advantages ££*
arc innumerable.   1 he Divided Flue means heat ^T
for every hole on  thc stove.   Thc New Special *5?
Grate guards the lowest fire.   The Broiler exposes t±^
every inch of the coals. ^^.
These  features   arc  exclusively "Gurney-Ox- .j^a
ford."
It  will  furnish  your  kitchen   handsomely     it
will do your work adequately. Q&
Revelstoke g
Hardware Co., Ltd.
■£ O ^ *^ *%£ <© <«* & <S*e*«£ &
WATER    NOTICE.
1 For a License to Take and Use Water
Notice is     hereby     given   that Ths
! Canadian Pacific Railway Company o!
I Montreal and Vancouver, will apply
for a license to take and usa two
cubic feet per second of water out of
a stream three-quarters of a m''° weat
of Revelstoke -tat ion, which flows in
a southerly   dire tion    through     and
j within a portion oi Revelstoke Town-
site, and empties into Columbia river
; near Revelstoke. The water wiil be
diverted at  a point  one-quarter  mile
[from C.P.R. main line and will       be
I used for Industrial purposes on the
land described as Canadian Pacific
Railway Company's station grounds
at Revelstoke.
This notice was posted on the
ground on the 21st day of May, 1913.
The application will be filed in the
office of the Water Recorder at Revelstoke.
|    Objections may be filed with the said
! Water Recorder or with the Comptrol
ler of Water Rights, Parliament Build
ings,  Victoria, B.C.
Canadian Pacific  Railway Company
! Applii-ant. By E. W. Bateman,
Agent, Vancouver, B.C.
READY TO SERVK
things (or luncheon, tea and   li
housewives'   modern laboi   laveri     N'o
flurry or chagrin when unexpected visil
ors arrive; UO   Worry ubout   nr   aeirk   to
prepare a dainty meal   nt  a  minute's
notice,   [f you want to tec these modern
food products   at   their   best,    visit   this
grocery.
Hobson's Bakery
Phone 41
IT'S PLEASANT
TO BE SERVED
so promptly and perfectly is ■ iu .ire
at this restaurant. And the sei ice is
only a foretaste of
THE FINE MEAL YOU WILL ENJOY
It is  said   that the   way   to   a   man's
heart :> through his stomach. Wears
sure to reach yours if you'll In ■■
ami try our bill of fare. If perfect victuals, • cooked and perfectly
served,   will  gain your  friendship,   «e
teh -nre .'f weurs.
WINDSOR    CAFE
A. (i. Thiakimin Manager.
Box 734
THE PLANS for good plumbing differ
Irom the ordinary kind. You may not
be aide to note the difference, but every
good plumber knows. OUR PLANS
include only materials that will give
lasting satisfaction ami workmanship
tbat wd   prove durable.
No matter how important or how un-
Important the job mav he, we never
slight any detail of PLUMBING WORK.
REVELSTOKE PLUMBING HDD HEIIING CO. PAGE EIGHT
THE    MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,   JUNE 11,  1913,
LOCAL and GENERAL
Uune 1
7—Beggar
Prim
e Opi
ira Co.;
, at
the    1
impress   tl
li';..   IM
Mi -.
J.  Miller
Ql'   Sl
.  Thomas,
is
-v isit ..
; her dau,
rhter,
Mrs.
Bradshaw.
J. K. Johnson left yesterday on, a
I usiness trip to Calgary and lO.lmon-
ton,
Mr.   J.r. Forde, government engine-
on -Monday  for the coasi,    oa
di pa I mental  business.
Mr. A. G. Noble ot Arrowhead who
has Q visiting In lown ior a few
days  1 ft   agin  for ib    south  onTues-
e :..:..'.
J.D.   Kay,  boiler  inspector,  left  for
New Wesl minster to resume duty there
Mi. and Mrs. W.R. Reid of Arrow- j
head, were  visitors  to town Tuesday.
H. Squarebriggs has* been appointed
game warden for the Revelstoke dis-
, (trict.
Mr. J. 1). Orr, jr., has rented th.1
Treat residence, Fifth street, ior the
I summer or longer.
Owing to pressure on our space thL.
school honor roll for May, will appear in Saturday's issue.
X BUSINESS LOCALS
Mr. G, R. Harrison, of the Imperial
Bank stall Arrowhead, was in town
this week end on a Hying baeation.
Coursier's Clean Smokeless Coal is
the  kind for cooking.
So that everyone may visit the hospital the date has been changed from
Wednesday the 18th to the Wth,
Vou make no mistake by coming in
to the Moose now. Tho charter is open, and the rates are low. You ean't
heat it for a good, s'ound order.
BEGGAR
PRINCE
COMING
The Ladies' Auxiliary and the Girl's
Guild aro making preparations [or the
entertainment of all those Interested j Amona the members' of the Beggar
in our new Hospital. You are asked' Prince Opera Company, which appears
to come and bring friends either af - here June 17th at the Empress thea-
ternoon or evening and be mown thru tre. tbe following galaxy
thebuildlns.
SOCIAL and PERSONAL
Mr. Reg. Rodgers from Rogers Pass
was in town Monday on business.
Mrs'. J.P. Kennedy will receive on
Saturday, June 14th, and uot again
until October.
Mr.  W.A.  Koote left Monday  nioru-
a ng on a  business trip to Trout Lake
Do you want an income investment
lithe boys should want a shave as
rood as a  harbor ever  gave, drop  in an
i , j       -.        iii„    t      mm or desirable residence property— Con
,,      ., t„    tn  Hacks  and  wait   awhile,   Joe  will ul  u
E,  A.  llradiey the mining magnate,  t0 naub au       tt     "     .   ' . lt H   N> Coursier.
,   rive vou i shave tbat will make you bulL "*
has  imuoried 20 horses to convey sup   M*-1- y°u a ="»                                    J
of    talent
will participate in exploiting the nier-
lits oj this popular melange of music,
The  treat of the     season,     Beggar mirth and melody.   Miss Bertie Palm- anli returned last evening.
Frince Opera Co., Empress theatre on er, a cousin of the famous   generation*
JmelTth   81, 75e., and 50c. 'of ringers, is  the proud    possessor ol     Miss  Sherlock of Golden   B.U,  was
Monday attending  the
plies to his claims  on French
eek..
iie.—Atthe Ideal Pool Room.
Th
lat   oi  'he
ty,   Jun
....   17th
orma   opening   ot
has  been  changed
18;h to Tues-
;      : other  ot Roy
:.; . ,   iu tbe     hos-
twi   weeks, is
i to  recovery.
:•:. A.  Haggen,      laugh 1c an l
on Mondaj  ior New
■ .   will holldaj     at
;...   .   . home  '! iring   th i  i oming  six
1
ipany  oi    the     Roc i.
.   Rilles   i-   in  camp  at   Ver -
: here some SOO  militiamen are
an ... -. gat here . [rom all parts
.    province.
A number o prominent Revelstoke
residents bave been ti.-'hing in Arrow-
Nad since high water, and report
gc id catches irom the pier, bites being   rery plentiful,
Mr,  A.E.  Kincaid, of the Kootenay
ik   a short   trip  along tbe
u.i t■ ■  ■■■ ure some op-
tion    ..n     fruit   land  properties      for
:.   he   hope;,'   to liud   elients      this
Ch.*-.  NewBome,  of  tbe government
load  t,ang,  i-   slowly   recovering     iu
the Revelstoke  Victoria hospital from
Ls  of  bis   recent accident, when
Le ck i "■    he  hea 1 by a largo
r\ pn mut in ■■ bia.-'   v. |
road
■... lii s    luxiliai y extend  io everj   mau an i  woman a most    > I
:.    o vUit   tb ■ a. w   ! lospital
ion  (     • • cning,   Tuesday
■.   i ■ ram ttees have i een appoint-
 rs through the build
ing       . will be
Ml      ,;. ;. .    '.    :   andhosti   ■
yon  1U.-.  Springs  Sanitar-
I in   town    on a  Chopping
v,   a  them was Mi - Boyd,
Glorious     Koi lenay
.-. I - limner holiday trip from
ity  to Portland
is ure i esorts,
a   :     Mrs.  Guichon of Hope,
....       has
her   i
. Cai ty,  ari iv. .1 in towi
with
tnada      \ ps     that
with     iheir daughti .
a       Ta'
ii
■
ed
Mrs. J. Jenkins who has been in
the hospital for over a week, is re -
couperatiiig slowly alter a successful
operation.
Mr. K. Logan of Halls Landing, one
ofthe prosperous ran-hers oi ine Ar-
rowlakes, wa« in town doing business
tbis week end.
Annual meeting Proggess Club Monday Juno 23rd City Hall, 8 p. m.-
Eusiness, election of officers and oth-
. i   important  matters.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     I    GALT COAL is handled exclusively
Hou.-'e,  on Fifty  Foot  Corner,  Sec-   in Revelstoke by the Revelstoke Gen-
oiiel  street,  west,   near   Court House,   oral Agencies, Ltd.
Erected in Nineteen Twelve, live rooms
bath and pantry, electric heated mod'    ".' ,.,,"       _,,   ■       ,,„    ,,
and still are singing  tho old
, m     plumbing,  open  fire    place.   We
have' ., speeial price on this quick sale
.1. B. Watson Realty Co., next   Star
fheatre.
will  be occupied when completed
Mr.  Mat Ceott and family.
by
Now then boys we have come again
ft ain—
"The    Chair's     are Waiting still  for
Vou,"  drop in and    seo    what
can do at the Ideal Pool Room.
Joe
at
Reserve  your   Beat
.rug Btore for the Beggar Prince Op-
n.i Co., Sl.OO, 7>.. 50c, Empress the-
aire,
Tuesday  June 17th.
li only costs you a Five Dollar Bill
for Initiation Fee to become a good
l.oyal Moose. This is for a short time
only, so make hay while the sun shines
lle-ael C. B. Hume & Co.'s   big   ad-
Macdonald's  vertisement on     Page Seven of     this
issue,   iu e-onnection  with  the     Linen
Shower for the benefit of the Hospital
..ii  .lune iSth
ASTERS ure going fast, if you bave
not already done so order your bodd-
ing plant at once and save disappoint
ment. We have the very best in the
piovinee. The Revelstoke Nurseries,
'Phone 56, W. H. Pottrufl, Prop.
A   we
.Id.Hi;
will
shortly   take
place
1.
etween
Mi
.   Kiv
d.  Adams  of
Trout
Li
ike,
and
Mis-
i  Ethel   M.   Be
nn   of
II
■ ni hii.
■Id, Sussex
. England.
Something .a the natur.'of a mining
boom i- promised In the Lardeau,
where options are being negotiated on |
"The Web" most exciting Photograph drama, 2,001) feet; also Pathes
Weekly, showing Capt. Rostron ot
Titanic fame, receiving medal from
Are you a Moose? If not, why not? U.S. Congress; largest Suffrage Par -
This Five Dollar Initiation Fee i3 ade in Ameri.-a; Crossing the Alps in
something you don't get every day.— 26 minute's and many others. A great
Remember, it raises to Twenty-five as program tonight and Thursday night,
soon as the charter closes. Star theatre.
a  magnolicent   soprano  voice  and she in  town over
knows hoiv to    use it to the best     oi  Johnstone-Robertson  wedding.
advantage. |   Tho Q p R   comI>an    aM el.L,^ing a
Although Miss Palmer has been train «. ■ ,„ .,       ..,, ,.,, , ,
6 fane new   residence on tho     hill Which
id to  sing  in  higher  grade  of  music,
she is not adverse to rendering tho
more modern style and introduces
with tefling effect such songs as "Every Woman's Eyes," "Because, Because'," and others.
Mr. L. Barton Evans, tho wonderful
baritone singer, is another grand opera singer, who has forsaken that high
plane, for the environment oi comic
opera, and interpolates as sucb num-
I er.-' as "Till the Sands of the Desert
Grow Cold," and others equally as
popular.
The iad'*d play-goer who has boon
surfeited with must -al comedy which
hardly professes to do more than exploit a single wait/ time will always
welcome a comi>' opera, Anyone of
the twenty singing numbers would in
itself lu' sufficient to insure thc success
of  ihe so-called opera nowadays   att'l
it is      hard to     believe  that fo   many,    Mrg_   |,[.Vou  ,e,Ucd  v„s,ei.day and
popular  melodies could bc  heard
ing the course of on*.' play.
It is likely that a Ladies branch oi
tho Orange Lodge, generally known as
the "True Blues" will be formed hore
soon, in affiliation with the L.O.L.
Among the R.M. Rangers at Vernou
non this woes are: Messrs. G. Brock,
Alex. Grant, Teddy Taylor, R. Saw -
jir,  Sam  Voting and  Sam Newell.
Mr.  Ralph Neimier of the  Bauk    o!
'Commerce stall,     has  been  promoted,
and transferred io  Nanaimo.  He leaves  for his new position ne\t  week.
Mr. R.I). Cox who has been hook -
kieper for the Swift Co., since they
look over tlie Revelstoke meat Market
has resigned and leaves soon for Van
couver.
■dur-
several  wi li  known
\ork  parties.
.'.aims  to      New
POPULAF
a
COUPLE
WEDDED
Mr. Chas Treat and family, left this
week for Okanagan Landing, wherene
has taken over the Sicamous Okan-
i gun branch run ioi the C.P.R., and
will make hia home for the balance ot
this  Bummer  at   least.
The Forestry Branch of the Provin-
■ al government aro orecting a     telephone  line from   Revelstoke  to Canoe  whetherwe look or  whether  we  listen.
River,   Big   Bend, a   distance  ol     120  ttv J»« lHe murmur, or see it glis-
miles for firo prote tion service. They ltu*
have al o Import   l   i ven cayu i s   for
t'fi1
"What is so rare as a day in Juue,
i hen, ii ever come perfect days, then
Ibaven tries the earth it it ba iu tune
and over it softly her warm ear lays,
give some idea of the popularity and
esteem in which this young couple
are held;
Dinner set, Mr. W.A. Gordon-, table
linnen, Mr. F. Young; Irish tabb
cloth, Mrs. T. Porter; counterpane,
.Mrs. J. Jlcland; out gla-s ice cream
tray, Mr. and Mrs. P. Bent; table
cloth,Mrs. W.G. Sea.''', electric smooth
ing iron, Mr. and Mrs. Tucker; hand-
on  ie.-. ivea yester
is receiving also this afternoon     tor
her   husband's   mother,  Mrs.   Dickson,
I from New Brunswick, who has come to
5iaiSISIBJSJSiaia,31Sj£ElSr3l3EJHE!SIHISi enjoy a summer  iu  our city.
51 p I
gj    Mrs.   J.K.  John-on  invitctl a  do?.en
S ladies with their sewing last Satur-
[5 day and a pleasant afiernoon was
Gj enjoyed in the shade of the trees on
[jj the lawn. Mrs. Johnson served tea,
ake and ice cream.
SALES and WANTS
lllr. I inr
li.iimum J.n
sijaa^aiciEiaEEEiaHeua'ajffl^eirrraeu
FOR    SALE—Household Effect.-.    Apply  No. 47, Second Stroet, East.
in the  work  this  summer.
th nus1 nm
nr
to
flffltNi
ia
o
.   :
cha*.   ..
.
i
tae
sp. ■ ': :
:   ■
■ I    ■
::c; i.l t'rovin
tion at
Itft for I
M
:.-a:. and Mrs.  P..D.  M Donald, d
;   *      to the  Ri   • ch i  i.   . ■      ;.
-    -   who D i".on-
a*   Nanaim .    The v.-h-     ol "      deli
to   retur;    Th irs. lay   to
I r.eiii Inued  fron   Pai e I
i-h  Columbia,  making  another  trans-
ontinental link.   Vast rftretches       o!
:. «  and fertile country were      being
: iie !.  and th • line when c
•   . ne of the best  in A;.
He- 1, id recently taken a trip o\
line horn New  Westminster  to
zum.   Bj   late  Septi mber t.
■ alt  irom  the   P
• :.
: nd   bj
h-d.     New  \S
i
in,
i
;.
some electric reading lamp, Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Radeliffe, Rogers Pass,
table eloth, Mr. H. Ramsey, cut glass
celery dish,  Mrs. A.  MacDougal;    cut
 ■ glass Mower va-e,  Miss Myrtle Cassils
1    One    of    the    mo-t perfect  of these s'ilver .-ake dish, Mr. and Mrs.  \V.  J.
June  days,      Wednesday,   June      -1th, Dickey,   teaspoons  in case,  Mrs.   W.S.
I ..ne   over a beautiful  marriage  eero-  Cameron;  silver cake dish,  Mrs.   W.J.
mony, when     Miss Mabel Louise Hay  Malcolm;    cut  glas's  silver  fern dish,
became    the    bride of Mr. Noii Angus Mr.  and  Ur<.   J.H.  Armstrong;      .-ut
hos1.-.   The  wedding  was periormed a', glass  bon-bon dish,  Mr.  Jas.  Walker;
the home oi thc bride's     parent.-, Mr.   Silver   entree dish, Mrs. J.  Laughton
.  al  Mrs.  Henry     Hay, at       'Willow cut  glass     butter     tub,  Miss-  Manila
Cieek Farm," which at this s.'a>on of Fleming;     cut gla-s .ream and sugar
looking its loveliest. Gar- set, Mr. W. McLean; cut glass bob-bon
; were fragrant     with ,hsh, Mr. and Mrs. 0. Bishop: hand
a   ial  wealth of blossoms, and  | ainted Limoges raisin and nut  bowl,
:.  full      bioom perfumed  Mr.   F.   Bews;    buck-born carving  set,
... n with its rich odors. Mr. an.l Mrs. Ri Laughton; cut  glass	
.)  tbe strains ofMen-  fruit bowl,  Mr. and Mrs. a. H.Gray,  TANNING—Calgary Tannery Co
Black Pedigree Spaniel Dog for sale,
good pointer and watch dog, $15.00,
including  license.   Box 205,  City.
WANTED—Girl for dining room and
all round hotel work. Wages $30.00
per month.—Mrs. A. Boileau. Lardeau  Hotel,  Comaplix. Lm.
FOR SALE—Two Houses and Lots on
Third si reel,  west,  also Four  Sub-
Miss J, McKay received last Thurs
day afternoon for the lirst time. She
was assisted by .Mim. T. Kilpatrick,
while Mrs. R, Unnihart poured toa
and Mrs. Goddard served. Between
fifty and .sixty callers made the acquaintance of thc charming hostess
during  the afiernoon.
Mr. Jae Maley delivered a plant
to a customer the oibiu* day which
eould successfully compete with any •
thing of the kind the big  greenhouses
of the coast might  produce.   It was a
urban Loi-',  size 50x110.     Apply to tydrangea blooming    with twenty-one
A. W. Connolly,  Kevelstoke, B.C.
s Wedding  March, played   by embroidered i-enterpiece, Mrs.  W.  Pot-
i le     ap - trufl;     cut  glus- iruit  bowl,  Mr.  and
the arm t.i ber iath- Mrs.   Neil;  cut glass nappies,  Mr.     H.
oplin, Mulholland;  cut  glass fruit  bowl,  Mr.
and Con M ill      cul glass nappies. Mr. J.
.■let    : il.  Hay    urge Battenberg centre-piece
l   ;.i ■: Mrs.  W.r.   Cal.iei    .,,- _-la-s  water set.
He Bros; carving set, Mr. and Mrs.
Frances   Hay, Guy Falkiti-   oak case of cutlery, Mr.
nd Mrs.  Sturdy-  Irish lace in-.i  cen-
FOR SALB-One Bell Tent, 10ft. (*>in.;
One Wall Tent, 'J.lx 12ft. Never us-
id. Pol ms and Pe ;s complete. For
particulars apply to T.C. Rea.     9t,
^^^^^^^ Ltd
Kast Calgary, we tan and dress furs
and hides of every description. Work
guaranteed or money refunded. We
ian leather. Up-to-date machinery.
Top prices paid for hides. Freight
paid. Boo'drt and prices on application. 1 iss.  May  14 lm.
Rowers, eaeh measuring from 8 lo 15
inches in diameter and all perfect in
shape and delicately lovely in color.
'I'he R.M.R. attended Divine sorvice
ai St. John's church on Monday ov -
cning previous to leaving Monday ior
their annual camp at Aklcrshot, near
Vernon. Rev. W.C. Calder gave an
eames'i address. Mr. Allan Thomson
sang with tefling eflect the solo.'Eud
of a. Perfect Day.'' Miss J. McKay at
the close of the service sang "Flee as
a Bird:" Miss McKay posse-ses a
lovely i ontralto voice and ber singing
was greatly enjoyed.
FOR SALE—A boarding houso as    a
*
it glas
Mr and   Mr^     \ G.   Hunter;
compote and cream and sUg-
of (be v i lotn   in
o
Hew MEinoiM imstor
Hall  arrived  in  town
inoon    from   Van •
. lied   the   pulpit      at
a '■ iv.   In the mora
• m     The   place
dm. try."     The   ev-
• rm
■•■gallon
Tho greatest regret is felt over th.
going i-oncern at Rogers Pass. Thero announcement that Miss Christie, the
are ahout gS rooms. It is, thorough- popular principal of Selkirk -'.-hool,
ly equipped, kitchen ranges in baao- has risigned her position, and leaves
ment and upstairs. Here is an ex- at the end of June. It will be next
cellent opening for a live man. For toimpossible to till hor place, as Miss
further particulars apply to the pre-  Ohrlstie combines those iiualities      so
rarely found wbicb uniie to make tbe
one person in a thousand fltte 1 for a
model primary teacher. The school
1 oard in a letter of high appreciation,
las regretfully accepted Miss Christie's resignation.
mises or io Pox 734, Revelstoke, or
to the Dominion Securities Ltd., at
Revelstoke, B. C.
IN
OPENING    FOR    A  LIVE  MAN
REVELSTOKR.
Northwestern    Factory    distributors
offer agency  for  the  following      well-
^^^^ known ears:—MARION, $1505 to $1850
ialarge con    AMERICAN, $1650 to $2750. DORRIS
^^U " Some'  TRUCK,  $*21tO  to $2.">00.     W.
,    list-
.: 11. i n
err
10
>,Vi
■
nd  to    . i
• rioU<
and *o the member!   ol
he House and !
who na ■
\ id"
11   in  re.al ij    les  Ht    tbe
'     '
are in
  a |Osition to make a special proposition.   Are  you thc  Man?   If so. ad-
orning    by   ,ircBS M. A. Miller, C01 E. Pike stroet
'""'    Seattle   Wash.
aery   of   	
,   pl li a  so
.
,   one oi
t resorts in Am-
1st iss. M31 lOt
KXKCUTORS SALE
vt^M	
tbeo
ani
'
Bund       ah
■
present   time and  ihe premier .express- l h" ' '•
Ion thai it would prove   a I if navy    ; i
bole ome   period.    Industrial   life    in D   hi I
Uritish Columbia  wns never healthier. |    the '*oa«t, elt.loa   for     their  homi"
Although the C.P.R. have not made
a definite tart en th louble tiaok-
Jng operations from *h.s .enter, ac -
. ■ ■■• days
the company are now pla-ing board-
in.- nracts for . I men. A
lot ol .'."ork connected with ordinary
track repairs is underway, at Craig -
Ellachie -ome 150 section and track
men ..! • I ;sy with a steam -'hovel and
ano'h. r  with a big   gang  is   busy      at
Boulie-r.     No difTicnl'y I expected   in     	
ee tiring labor, and over two thousand        n   'iation   and  expressed   the  hopon wa*   n  hnn*l*)mi>   silver   inbln
tm»n nr   to be   at   work   we t nf     this   that the future might hold  In     it ore nn a   diver  trnv.   To   tti..  hrtdMmatd,
city by  the 15th   July, when the pre-   even bigger and better things for Brll  hdgavea   cold   In ,"let,   nnll   in    the
para'lt.n    for their board and   acoom-|'*h  Columbia than had  the unrcesufnl  eroomsmnTi  n pair  of  f n.O.F      rnff
Hi nuch  is!
Ol - an,I   that
DOt i   " I     lie
.
:.   • IH"
il who,,
if  beld in    ■ old cburcb  on
ank.
fail  will no'  a-rive  until  afte-i
T '     onventlon m^i week m
mi and in ti,e- meantime while
ID ,     'I'd,   Mr.
tbe   file I    ,'.   Mi ■,   Walt*!   Ile-H
Thc Executors of tho Will of the
Int" Charles II. Davis, late of Arrowhead, deceased, offer for sale by tender 82.72 acres of land situate on the
I'.i t bank of the Columbia River,
aboul four mile' north of Arrowhead.
The property is partially clearod.
There are aboul 100 fruit trees and
mall fruitM. There is a frame dwelling 1^x27, chicken houso, tool house,
etc. There Is ample water supply for
nil purposes, The land lies on both
sides of  tbe  Arrow   Lake  branch
\ devotional meeting of the W.H.M.
S. was held in St. John's church oa
Monday afternoon In commemoration
of tho Tenth anniversary of the on*;1n
i > at ii .n of the Women's Home Mission
ii y Society, which took plac... June 9
1903. Mrs. f\ Laing, presided and
opened the meeting Mrs. .1. Bell followed with nn earnestly written papei
on "Prayer." Mrs. l.aing also read a
I::\cr on Mission Work and Auxiliar-
i. s. The ladles of the Chur.h served
tea, sandwiches and i-ake in the class
room al the close of thc meeting.
Y.M.C.A. NOTES
FROM BA8T.
lumbering,   mining  and   flthlng      were
e iriiWng,
In "inclusion he thanked the New
Westmln ter Conservative Association
for having airnng<*d ibis celebration,
at the elo e  of  ten  years     of hisad
i- ..r.n       trip nnd   will   be     ft' IV   for I
ronple of week",   rftet wbleh  "•■
, 'b"lr reeerbr  ..  flT,  fteveutb   Rt
Ml     !'"*    hn     crfTilty   pui
tri   V|r    OriOk'S  non •<•
Tli"   grOom'l       prr-oon'   to  the   '.ii I-
rl
0
, 10
13   16:20
B1    19 50
|     8:85
FROM WKST.
\mvee
N'o. 4—24:98
1 No. 14 fl 15
|no. 02— 7 ir.
piodation h ive been romplet'^1.
i1
ast.
Ilinki     The followlniT      If st of pfeiVfltl I No.    2—12 k,
IB k
16.40
20;10
6:50
Depart
24-35
11:35
8:15
12:20
BOYS'   BIBLE  CLASS.
This  class  will   meet next  Sunday
at the foot of the old mill track tbat
leads  down to  the river at tho    west
and end of Sixth street near to last Sun-
Is    eiincrte-d by v.n/rm road with Ar- day's meeting place.     All boys   who
ii.vhead. attended thiselass  last winter are in-
Offerl should be submitted in writ- v ited to attend.     All those attending
Ing to  the undersigned before thc 15th  will meet at the foot of the old ekid-
ol   Inne,   1113 way,  right down by the river.
Harvey,  MeCarter nnd  Pinkham, Following is  the standing    of     the
Solicitors for the Executors  City League played to date:
Isl  lis. M.31  4t.
l McGaghran and Sam Irwin, two
well-known I rappers and fur eofUctors
eft on Monday for a two weeks' boar
hunting excursion along the rocky
shores  of  Fish  Creok.
Played
Won
Lost
Y. M.  C. A 4
2
I
C.P. R •»
0
4
Businessmen  3
2
1
3
0
Businessmen play Pirates on
the old
sod tonight,  Wednesday.

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