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 Mail-Hera
Vol. 14.-No 52
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REVELSTOKE. B. C. JULY 15, 1J
EMPIRE   TYPEWRITER
For ease of operation and perfection
in results produced, this Machine
(^unsurpassed.—Prick; $60.00 cash.
Interior Publishing Co, Agents
a     7 . 4
$2.50 Per Year
C. B. Hume & Co., Ltd
Stores at Arrowhead and Revelstoke.
Bargain Waists
20 Ladies' White Lawn Blouses,   extra   large
sizes, 38 to 44, buttoned  front,   nicely   made,
with tucks 54 and long sleeves.     Reg.   $1.50 QC_
Waists, now selling at - OOU.
30 Ladies' White Lawn Blouses, fine quality
Lawn, button back, embroidery front with
Row Insertion each side. Reg. $1.50 Waist
Selling at
95c.
30 Lawn Waists, all sizes,   button  front,  }(
sleeve,  well made,   plain,   serviceable  waist,   ll(\ t
made to sell at $1.    Now selling at -        OUti.
20 Lawn, Muslin and Organdie skirts,   some
trimmed and some made with pleats.    A nice
assortment of sizes.    Regular $3.50 and   $4      d>Q
Skirts selling at _P____
Athletic Goods
Boys' White Athletic Pants, Nice Pure White
Drill, Belt straps, and complete
Men's White Athletic Pants with   Waist  buttons, Belt Straps strongly sewed
75c.
$1
Men's Padded Baseball Pants, white washing  4   [" A
Duck, elastic knee bands, not too heavy I ••__. U
Pure   Wool   Sweaters  in   Revelstoke green, f\ Cf|
with White cutis and collars - _U_OU
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C. B. HUME  & CO.,  LIMITED
Stores at Revelstoke and Arrowhead.
/bargain day
Our special sales have been much appreciated by our customers that we have decided to give ttiem another of our "Genuine
Baigains" which all know are better values and belter goods than
ever offered by any Catalogue House, and here you see the goods
without sending your money away weeks before you get tlie goods.
IN  ENAMELLED WARE
1 l^uart Orey, Enamelled Tea or Ci O'ee Tot, 50c.    Sale Price _!5c.
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BARGAINS
BEST GOODS
\Lawrence Hardware Co., Limited
TINSMITHING PLUMBING ELEOTRIC   WORK       //
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Office—Toronto, Ontario.
Brauohai lu the Provinces of llaul-oba, Alberta, Saskatchewan,
Hrltlsh Colombia, Ontario, Quebec.
Oapital Authorised ...        s.0,000,000.00
Oapital Paid Up ....    •__,02_-,ooo.oo
Reserve Fund .... •__,9_ts,ooo.oo
D. R. Wii.kik, President j Hon. It. Jakkbay, Vice-President.
A General Banking Business Transaoted.
Drafts sold available In all part* of Oanada, United States and
Europe.   Special attention given to Collections.
Savings Bank Department
Interest allowed on deposits from date of deposit and credited
quarterly.	
Revelstoke Branoh, B.C.—A. B. MoCleneghan,
* SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE ~*
35 Par Csnt.
Off the Dollar
Ohlldren'a   Drosses
Ladles'  Blouses
Underwear,    SttickingH   and
Slipper., VVaah Skirls, etc.
Summer  Millinery
Underwear,     Wash    Skirls.,
etc.               ^^
All this stock  must  go  lo
make room for winter .stock
All .Slimmer Millinery must
Ihi cleared out.
which will commence  to  arrive next month.
MISS  A.   MASLEN
Opposite Ollmax   Hotel, Kirst  .Street.
GREAT ORANGE
CELEBRATION
218th Anniversary - Spectacular Parade—Revelstoke Entertains Thousands of Visit
ors—Day's Amusements.
On Monday, July 18, Orangemen in
every corner of the globe celebrated
the 2IHth anniversary of the Battle of
the Boyne, that historic event in 1(590
when the armies of James and
William Prince of Orange met in tlie
Boyne Water. At a given signal William led his army into the river tbe
password being "Westminster." Soon
James began to waver. Although
William's best officers were slain and
himself wounded, yet he remained in
tbe saddle for thirty-five hours. Tbe
battle was sharp and decisive. The
day won and James tied in dismay
followed by hi. defeated troops. Tbe
Proti slant religion and the liberties of
England were established. Such was
the history and this memorable event
haa been handed down year by year,
its memory ever green.
Tlie cities of B. C. vie with each
other in endeavoring to hold the annual demonstration, the honor being
this year secured t 1 Revelstoke. Preparations were all completed on Saturday night fur tbe great day. The
Orangemen invariably bring a huge
crowd wherever they go und with tbe
exceptionally low rates, the visitors
this year were expected in legions.
DECORATIONS
The citizens had risen to the occasion and had made an excellent dis
play over store and residence. McKenzie Avenue looked particularly
briuht A large streamer bearing the
word "Welcome" on it, greeted tbe
visitors on leaving life station. The
stores on either side were profusely
dressed and decorated, McLennan's,
McKae's, Bull's, etc., looking very
attractive. The city arch, opposite
the city hall, was 11 work of art and
reflects great credit on the civic authorities. With battleinented towers,
gay with Hags nnd bunting, the city
seal conspicuous in the centre, its
base adorned with dark screen nine and
lir boughs the arch looked exceedingly
well, (be effect at night with incandescent lamps on the arch, Oily Hall
and    Kire   Hall   bring    brilliant    and:
effective. The Orangemen's arch at
the head of McKenzie avenue was al
handsome piece of work, emblematic
of the Order, Arches were erected at
the City Hotel and near thu Central
Hotel, both artistic erections. Ii. M.
Smythe _ ci^ar sti>re was gorge inslv
decorated and made tt bright snot on
Kirst'slreet. Kings were Hying everywhere, ami the city had a gala appearance.
THE QUESTS
Every train lolled in loaded with
holiday making visitors, who received
a royal welcome by the band at the
depot. Unfortunately, owing to some
misunderstanding by the O.P.R. agent
at Arrowhead over the special rates, a
large number of people were kept from
the celebration, and the train from
tlie east delayed by the wreck at In
dian Head did not arrive till late,
consequently no visitors from Golden,
Kield,   etc.,   turned up.    The general
fercnt banners making au effective
coloring in the procession. Lively
music was kept up during the whole
of the route, which took in lower
town returning by 3rd street, Government Road and 1st street, passing up
McKenzie avenue, and ptrading on
the campus. Large crowds followed
and witnessed the parade which passed
off admirably, making a very imposing
sight.
THE WEATHER
is always a noticeable fealure of any
public event, both for its uncertainty
and also for the effect it lias upon a
crowd. Monday morning waa oloae
and sultry, and rain began falling just.
as Hie procession ended and continued
more or less all the afternoon, having
tbe effect of frightening away a large
number of people from the grounds
and otherwise damping the ardor of
the holiday makers. Notwithstanding
tbe incessant rain the greater part of
the crowd remained on the grounds
determined to take in everything.
THE  SPEECHEB
Many prominent Orange speakers
delivered addresses from tbe grand
stand, including J. W. Whitely, provincial organizer; Rev. J. J. Nixon of
Peacbland, and Rev. W. C. Calder of
Reval.toke. The speeches were listened
to attentively, and the history of the
Orange order and the great cause for
which and on which it was founded
could not fail to rivet attention. The
victory of the. Boyne was not merely
the victory of William, Prince of
Orange, over King James, or of England over France or Rome. It was
victory of liberty over mediaevalism
and in its celebration on every 12th,
the Roman Catholics themselves
Bhould unite with the Protestants.
The early persecution of the Christians
and tlmse who sought religious freedom was dealt, with, following the
history of the Order down to present
times and its progress in Canada today. Mayor Lindmark gave a brief
address of welcome.
MUSIC
Owiug to the rain an interesting
musical entertainment had to he
abandoned, but selections were rendered at intervals.
SPORTS
The sports programme was carried
out. us well as the weather would
permit, some interesting racing and
jumping taking place. The following
aie 1 lie ni liners:
100 yards dash—1 W (I. Astle, 2 W.
Miller (Kninloop-).
Roys' race—1 0. Fromey, 2 I) Calder, 3 L. Coursier.
Quarter   mile—1    W. Miller (Kam
loops), 2 E. Cameron.
Broad jump—1 .1. I). McLennan, 2
A. .lemon.
Indira
May Field,
Girl-'   race —I
Clay, 3 M. Kield.
I adies' race (True l;lucs only)—1
Fanny Kelly (Vernon), 2 V. Palmer.
The Tugof-war did not eventuate
the world not being name enough to
pull ten Orangemen. The puL v as
forfeited and the Orangemen were
awarded the prize.
I A0ROSSE
This game I etween Vernon and
Revelstoke rcsuitcil in a win for the
home team hy a close score of 3 to f.
Both teams were out to win, but owing   to   the   slippery   nature   of the
co—1   Mm id     Porter,
Clara    Kraser,   2 E
train   arrangements    were   excellent,! gr°undi good  play  waB well nigh im
and everybody  travelled with comfort,! P""'^ and the  players could not do
thanks to the courtesy of Supt. T.
Kilpatrict and Train Maater W. Eleon
who did all they could to make the
traffic run as smoothly as possible.
MEALS
Hotels and restaurants had eachrisen
to the occasion and made all arrangements to handle a big crowd, and from
all accounts the visitors were well
satisfied witli their treatment. The
Y.M.C.A. had prepared an excellent
meal in their spacious gymnasium, a
large number of people taking advantage of tbe fine repast provided.
THE   PARADE
Tlie parade wae the feature of the
demonstration and eclipsed anything
yet in the Interior. Tbe day although
cloudy was steamingly hot, and it was
a good move on the part of the city to
water all the streets along the route of
the procession which made it more
pleasant for all concerned. At 1 p.m.
the procession formed up at the opera
house and beaded by J. Shaw a a
Marshall, and His Worship Mayor
Lindmark in the Maii.-Hehai.ii automobile, stretched out for nearly half a
mile. Decorated rigs took part, the
bands from Vernon, Kamloops, Kelow-
na and Revelstoke providing tbe
music. Orange lodges from Revelstoke
Kelowna, Vernon,Enderby,Armetrong,
Salmon Arm, Kamioopa, Penticton
snd Summerland, each with their re
spective regalia and insignia, the dil-
their best. Honors were even iu the
first quarter, but Vernon stuck went
up in the second quarter, when they
scored their lirst and only goal. Revelstoke equalised a few minutes later.
The third quarter was the warmest
of al1, Revelstoke securing a second
point from a scrimmage in front of
goal. When the teams lined up for
for the final quartor the Vernon boys
were confident that they could still
win, while RevelBtoke waa equally determined to maintain tlieir lead,
which they succeeded in doing, besides
adding another goal to their score.
Several fine combination runs were
made by teams, and the spectators
displayed their interest by continuous
applause. The two ti ama are now
even, Vernon winning from Revelstoke st Armstrong on July 1. Vernon has played both games away from
home and it can be expected that they
will put up a hard tight for the next
match, whether it ia played on their
own grounds or not.
Owing to the unpropitioua state of
the elements the bicycle parade wae
called off. A large crowd, however,
assembled at the McKenzie Avenue
band stand to bear the concert, tho
rain having eased off a little. The
illuminations were vory effective and
gave the city a bright and busy appearance,  although   it    would   have
tjuiitliniis'l uu l'aao tuur
THE LATEST
TELEGRAMS
Anti-Opium Bill—Fatal Quarrel
—Bold Deed—Gold Strike—
Attempted Wreck-Longboat
Barred.
Ottawa, July 15.—The bill to prohibit the importation, manufacture
aud sale of opium for other than
medicinal purposes was passed by the
House to-day.
Vancouver, July 15.—In the Palace
hotel bar, Hastings street, near Car-
rail street last night about 11 o'clock,
David Morrissey, a cigar-maker, was
knocked down in a quarrel, by Cbas.
Manning, residing at 715 Cambie
street. His bead struok in falling and
when he was picked up he was dead..
St. Catharines, July 15.—A pros-
peroua looking stranger walked into
Michael Kane's grocery store, Friday
afternoon and offered to buy out the
bueinesB. He tendered a check and
took possession of the store, and alio
cash, the receipts of the first day's
business, skip ing before the worthless
check was presented Saturday,
New Westminster, July 15.—Reports received to-day from Chilliwack
state that the town is experiencing
considerable trade at the present time
owing to the large number of prospectors who are rushing in to the
recently discovered placer diggings on
Skagit creek, near Mount Baker.
Shoal Lake, Man., July 15.—Unknown parties made a crude attempt
to wreck an Orangemen's excursion
returning from Portage la Prairie at 2
o'clock on Saturday morning. Pieces
of two-inch plank were laid on tlie
track in the yards here, but the wood
being soft the engine splintered them.
An investigation is proceeding.   •
London, July 15,—The Americans
have decided formerly to protest
against the eligibility of Tom Longboat, the Canadian runner to take
part in the Marathon race, but if tbe
committee should decide to allow him
to run they will abide by that decision so as not lo interfere ill any wny
with the success uf tbe Bporta.
LACROSSE CHANGES.
Playing Time Likely To Be Reduced to One Hour.
Ottawa, July 11.—Next year may
see a big change iu the playing rules
ul .he X itiona Lacrosse t'nion. Tie
m .st inipiriiint of tlio proposed charges is one reducing the playing time
in.in eighty ■ rixl-y minnle., The
..tt'chcMIs min pi ,yeil 'ii i'lii'iiiiarterH
it i- claimed by many arc ton long.
The inn j ii it y nf players tTimI it too
tires une to stand out iu the hot aim
for ai hour and twenty ininntrB. It
was also suggested that the game*
sli "iild be played as in l.uckey, two
thirty-minute periods with a ten-minute rest.
Farms Where Forests Grew.
High Qualities
of Our (xroeeries
We may lie losing a little
by selling the high qualities
of groceries we do at such low
priees, but the little we lose
in one way we make up for
in another by drawing the
custom of so many satisfied
patrons. All the goods we
keep our guaranteed by the
manufacturers and by us to
be perfectly pure.
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
Fruits and  Vegetables  fresh  daily.    Order your  preserving fruits early and you get the best.
Everett,  July,   15.—Possibly the
nost important gathering ever held
in the Northwest opened here today
when a number ol scientists, United
States Senator 11. Piles, State Senator
W. H. Paulhamus, Governor A. E.
Mead and others assembled to devise
means whereby vast areas of logged-ofT
landa in the State of Washington may
be made tillable in most approved and
practicable man net.
Uncle Sam himself has taken considerable interest in this Htate-improv-
ing campaign, an interest bo active as
to cause him to send here two experts
L. T, Hawloy and Harry Thompson,
who havo been authorized by tlie government to make exhaustive investigation throughout tbe Puget Sound
country.
II. E. (losnell and M. Carmichael
are in sttondanco from the govern]
ment office at Victoria.
Mosquito Pest
New Westminster, July H.—
Three sawmills and shingle mills in
Surrey have been lorced to temporarily suspend operaliona owing to the
mosquito peat, the workmon being
unable to withstand the repeated and
continuous assaults   of   the   insects.
About one hundred men aro out of
employment on this account. The
mills effected are the Maple Uaf
Lumber A Shinglo Company, the Dominion Lumber A Shingle Company,
and the Sorpcntino River Lumber
Company.
Carbolic aoid, Carbolio powder,
Chloride of Lime, etc , for disinfection,
Bold at C. R. Macdonald'B.
RANCES AND FURNACES
If you want a New Range or Furnace see us, as we are
agents for the largest and best stove manufacturers in the
empire.
Our Plumbing Department is thoroughly up-to-date
and we guarantee all our work.
Bourne  Bros.
GROCERIES      HARDWARE     HARNESS     PLUMBING
THE BANK OF VANCOUVER
Incorporated by Special Act of Parliament of
the Dominion of Canada
Head Office, . Vancouver, B. C.
CAPITAL: $2,000,000!:in 20,000 Shares of $100 each with $10 Premium
Tbo Hank of \ancouver is beinglors luizoil to meet ia part the increased banking
nccn nmn "hit in n ris,|iiirt!.l liy thu natural aud steady expansion t'f business coincident with
tlm groat development  n    the country  anil especially  of  Hrilis.Ii Columbia, aad  wbila
organizing to conduct a general bunking business, will givt- special consideration to tba
industries and commerce of the Province, and is being established primarily for thll
purpose, and through its connections in Ureal Britain, Eastern Canada and tbe United
.States, it will bo able togroatly facilitate the investment of outside capital In the various
enterprises of th© Province.
It is the iuteutiou to open branch otlices at various points from time to time as opportunity arises.
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Limited
have been apoolutod Fi-wal Agent,., for the Hank at Kevelstoke.    Application forms and
terms of Stock Subscription may be obtained from  them.
A. L. DEWAR, Secretary.
VHAT!MTDresse_i
going twig/
without & new
Suit?
No sir t
^P/rBt+ptxth
MO. IMBEED. HE IS MOT GOIMG AWAy
WITHOUT A MEW SUIT.
WHy SHOULD HE WHEM HE CAM COME
TO US AMB GET A SUIT ALHEADy TO
SLIDE HIGHT OM. FHOM A LIGHT
WEIGHT SKELETOM GHEy OH BLUE
SEHGE.SIMGLE OB BOUBLE-BHEASTEB
TO A FAMCy WOHSTED OH SCOTCH
TWEE D.
THIS IS 3THAW  HAT SEASOM-
HA VE THEM FHOM Sl.OO UP.
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McKINNON  C& SUTHERLAND
First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
MONEY TO LOAN
At 8 Per Cent.
SIBBALD   AND   FIELD
INSURANCE \  JIARIES PUBLIC LOANS THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
vibe fll>a_l*1beraU>-
PUllUSHKH
WKliNKSHiAY AMi SATl.lt-
DAY AT
REVELSTOKE. B.C.,]
MURPHY & FISHER
Barristers, Solicitors,   Etc
OTTA \V A
Parliamentary,    Departmental
and Patent Office Agents
Practice before^.ailway
Commission.
Chas. Mi'rphy.
i ilLa_.~&Teu.iott
rolii Fisher
a
Barristers, Sollcltori, Etc.
RKVF.I.V1I.IKK ami THOU. LAKE, 11. U.
S.OlU___i J. IS. El.LIll
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AKVEY, Mc.'AHTKK
AND PINKHAM
KTC.
BAABIBTKBS, BOLl-ttTOBS,
Orri-RS :   Im -kkial   Hank   Himck,   REVEL
STOICS, B» 0,
Money lo loan.
OrBccs; llevel.-toko, H, 0,
UKO. S. McCAIITKR,
A.   M.   1'ISKHAM,
Kevel-.toko.
Cranbrook, B. 0.
,. A.  IlAHVKV,
J Cranbrook, li
J. M. Scott l.L.H
riCOTT   AND
W. 1. llriggsi.
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Hakristers, Solicitors, Etc.;
Money to Loan
solicitors for Molsons Hank
Revelstoke, H.C.
First Street.
R
OBERT SMITH
Provincial Laud Surveyor,
Mining Suiveyor
Engineer!   B
McKenzie Avenue,
Box loti, Rkvklstokh,
REAl EST.i__ FOR SALE
Furnished House: in Good  Locality $2,100
Real Estate investment in the City paying  12
per cent, clear profit     $2,500
Modern Residence on Fifth Street  $3,200
Rooming House on First Street  $2,000
Residence on McKenzie Avenue  $1,950
Forty Acres of Fruit Land, close in  $75.00
Por Aero
Building Lots in All   Parts of the City.
Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
Molsons Bank Building.
E.
A. HAGGEN,
■ Mining  Kn.;in_.k..
Member An.eric.ui Institute MiuiuKlKiiK'intmrr.
Member Canadian Mining institute,
Mem. -Dumintuii Institute Associated Bug-noon
Rkvhlstoke, B, C.
Eiatniuatiuu of and  Hopurt- un  Miuoral Properties for Investors,
Cable Ad.lre>s- 'Kauanan," Hovel-toko. B. (\
Codes-l.edfur.l-McNoill; Moreing aV Neal;
We.-tern Onion; Ulough.
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ARCHITECTS
M. A W. A.  WHIDDINGTON
Strathcona, Ai.ta. A
Revelstoke,   -   u.r.
Member.- Alberta Association of Archllools.
H. M. WttlllDlSt.T
Stralticoiia, Alia.
W  A. Wiiiliiiistiti
Rovelstoke, B.C.
Black
Watch
Chewing Tobacco
The big black plug.
Hbe flfcalWlfoeralb
There is so much bad in tlm best of us.
And ao much good iu tho worst of us.
That it hardly behooves any of us,
To :aI'n about ihe rest of us,
ninny jiarts by those who believe
thut unhealthy vaccine in used
which tends to develop such diseases above mentioned. It bas
been claimed tbat. tuberculosis is
propagated by vaccination, hence
the spread of tbe white plague in
Canada, and that it is very difficult
to obtain pure virus anywhere. If
this bu the case it is certainly deplorable Unit Canadian cattle its a
whole arc so tainted, and il is
highly improbable Unit such a state
of things win exist. Vaccination in
itself and its objects is ti protection
against smallpox und other discuses, but if lymph is allowed to ho
taken from any cow or calf that
comes along without lirst ascertaining that condition of the animal from its birth and even before
that, grave consequences are almost sure to follow. if the government wish to see their ortler
received with favor ami expect to
have it carried out, they must give
some assurance that the lymph to
be usetl must be absolutely pure
and free from all taint and all
medical men should have the
strictest injunctions in thnt respect.
Public sentiment against vaccination is very strong and the government should deal with it accordingly.
WEDNESDAY,   JULY  15, 1908
COMPTJ LSORY VACCINATION
An order has gone from tbe government forth that, after tbe holidays no pupil enrolled at any one
oi the 4-50 public and high schools
in British Columbia will be permitted to attend classes before
satisfying the teachers that vaccination has lieen performed. The
pupil will either have to produce a
certiiicate or exhibit a mark indicating that the o(>eration had been
undergone. iJr. Young, minister of
education, will send round circulars
to all teachers to this effect. It i?
only within recent years that vaccination has been looked upon
with doubt by many people and it-
real value questioned. Among the
various objections mm brought
forth against it. only one to which
Importance i.» attacked by medical
men ia that a danger exists of introducing syphilis into the frame
by use of infected lymph. Although
this may be possible yet cases ure
very infrequent anil it has been
proved tbat the vaccinated condition of the community increases
the relative protection ngaiiis-t
smallpox acquired by the individual. It may have tin injurious
effect under certain circumstances.
In the use of human lymph the
danger of transferring syphilis
how ever light, cannot be excluded
entirely, Any other bad effects
are apparently only due to the
consequences of tbe wound, e.g.,
erysipelas, scrofula, skin diseases,
etc. All these dangers may, by
precaution, be reduced to such a
minimum aB to make the benefit of
vaccination infinitely outweigh
them. These dangers may be.
avoided by thu use of healthy animal virus. The order by the government has met  with  protest in
IN THK PUBLIC EYE
There cannot be anything but a
general feeling of satisfaction in
the minds of Revelstoke citizens us
;i whole over the results ui the
Dominion Fair and the prominent
part that Bevelstoke took in it. As
has been instanced all over the
world, the value of advertising bas
been demonstrated, and Hevelstoke
could have had no better publicity
than what she received at tlie Calgary Fair. Our exhibit, comprehensive and representative of ouri
resources anil possibilities, has
made its mark, and  the city  and
wedge is inserted, and it is to be
hoped that the success will be the
forerunner of many more.
LIQUOR LICENCES
Applications on theG.T.P. Route
are Held up
Sonic 8-10 liquor licenses have been
issued to date by Supt. of Provincial
Police llussey in whose hands tbis
work wan placed liy un enactment ot
tile lust legislature so far us nil territory in the province nut organized
into municipalities is concerned. The
license year expired on June 30 and
while some of those seeking transfers,
renewals or new licensee were late iu
getting in their applications tlie great
majority were prompt and had their
applioatious iu before that date. In
tunny cases the applications hud to he
returned to tlie applicants because of
the need tor correction, and by renson
of this the granting of some of the
licenses will he delayed.
Between forty and lifty applications
for licensei   have heen   received from
incr itupert nnd other points along
the proposed G.T.P. route but Supt.
Hu.sey ia not taking any action with
regard to t hese and uo licenses will tie
grunted for some time at least on the
ground that it would not be wise to
allow the stile ol liquor along the route
of railway construction.
GOVERNMENT RESERVES
Rich Lands Available  to the
Pre-emptor
Followiug uut its p.,1 icy of reserving
the best lands ol the province fur the
settler who is- willing to take np his
abode thereon, rather than giving
them up to the speculator, the government haa declared a reserve on several
belts of rich land io tlie northern part
of the province, in which surveyors
are now working, These sections .instill open to the pre-emptor nut are |
not available for e*le or leasing pur-
poses. In each case it has been represented to the lands and works department that  the iand  now reserved
I am a soft, soupy hypocrite, and if I
don't 1 ant n griinip Yes, 1 certainly
have a muiji " And lie looked over
$10,000 worth of accounts, all good,
and wonders how he could raise $1)50
to pay'a sight ilrnit tomorrow —Ex.
July Rod and Gun
The eyes, not only of Canada, but
ui the world will be fixed during the
present month upon Quebec und the
Tercentenary of tbe establishment.
rhe lite story ol Samuel deChamplain
tlie founder, ia told in tbe opening
article of the July number of "l.od
and Gun and Motor Sports in Canada" published by W. J. Taylor, at
Wocdstock, Out. and the narrative of
the great explorer's life will bo found
entrancing reading. Of equal interest
to sportsmen, if of no less importance
to the country, is the tine story of the
" Trail of the KawazingeniiiB," hy
Harry Anton Auer, author of " The
North Country." Mr. Auer describes
in beautiful language, the trip lie took
into the north country with his lather
und mother and tells of the joys experienced in camping and li thing fur
away froin civilization. This Btory is
finely illustrated from photographs
taken by Mr. Auer. ' Iu the Next
West" lets in Home light upon the
new country to be opened up by the
Grand Trunk Pacific and shows that
new wonders await tlie development
of some of our northern and western
regions. " A Schoolboy's Search for
un Ideal Vacation," is a most inter
esting paper—the search including a
trip to the old country, life in the
backwoods of Quebec, n jaunt to a
fashionable watering place and the
finding of the ideal in the Aluonquin
National Puik. A paper by Dr. E.
Sisley on " The Prosit Water Trout ol
Canada" will interest, all fishermen
and may prove the source of as much
controversy us Our Vanishing Deer,
the dnettir giving both eastern and
western fishermen something to think
about. Tin re are many other p pers
of interest to sportsmen and the whole
number ia one worthy of the high
position the magazine has attained as
the foremost publication of its kind in
tlie 1) iminion.
A private sale of men's laundried
mli rwcar, whitowear, etc., is being
held daily at the ollice of the Steam
Laundry. A large number of bundles
of washing are now lying uncalled for
at the ollice and these will be sold to
pay for charges, July 8-4t
.   For Sale
Dry cedar  cord   wood—Revelstoke
General Agencies Ltd.
(] Even the young folks can he helped to a
proper understanding of culture if taught that
the people and the things that wear well are
worth while.
fl Beneath the surface of the SLATER SHOE
you will find the reason for its being the first
choice by men and women. The best shoes
never yet cost the least money, and the Slater
$5.00 Sboe has stamped on it the " Seal of
Certainty."
242
C B. HUME & Co., Revelstoke, B. C.
I.   O.   F.
Court Mount Deuba-, No. aitll, meet- _ud and
4th Mondays in Oddfellows Hall, neit to Opera
House Visiting brothron cordially invited to
attend.
J.W Oakland, CH.
H. W. Edwards, tt.S.
C. VV. O. VV.
Mountain Camp, No.
Meet* Second and Fourth Wednet-dayB in
each month. In -Selkirk Hall. Visil in Woodmen cordially invited to attend.
W. 11. AltMSTItONG, Con. Com.
J. McINTYKK, Clerk.
REVELSTOICE AERIE No
F. O. E.
.:_.
UMBRELLAS
Ule have tho largest line of   GOLD-HEADED
"   UMBRELLAS and CANES in the City ;   /
; ; CALL   AND  INSPECT THEM   :
Hastings, Doyle & Allum, Ltd.
JEWELLERS        t
AND
OPTICIANS
Tho roKiilnr meetings aro hold in the Selkirk
Hall 1st aud Brd Tuesday of ouch mouth. . p.m.
Visitiuu lirothrssn uro oordlally invited.
J   LESLIE.. Pbhsident.
W-% -_C--AUCHUN,SEOBETABY.
NO. IS A F _._..__.
Tills regular nieel-
ittK- are held in the
Mus-otiic Temple,
Jdd Fellows Hall.on
ths third Monday in
-n.;h month at 8
ti.m. Virtitinpbreth
ordially
reit
come
wel
U.  A.   I'l-l.t'CNlKI-. mH.CHI-.AKV.
SELKIRK LODGE No. 12, I. O. O. _T.
Meets every Thursday
evening in Selkirk
Hall at 8 o'olook
Visitini/ brethren cor
dially Invited to attend
li. I.KMHKK. ...M
J. MATHIE, 3f.O
those   who  have   participated    ini embraced  considerable areas of  good'
arranging the material and getting Maud suitable Ior the settler and small
the exhibit together may have  the I farmer, and  __.   the   reserve has been
satisfaction   of   knowing  that tbejputl)n   to   give  ss.ttt_.r_ .  chance to  ■> »
money was well spent.   Such  op- ohoose their bomedtw  before thi be*
portunities as tbis come bat seldom | l»_nd_.™_??*_. J ''>' "P*"'"*" ~
Cold  Range Lodga, K. of   P.,
No. 26, Revelstoke, B. C.
MKl-T.. KVj&Y WKDNK.SIIAV,
ei'seist Third Wednesday ol
____J._-_.nt-i, in tins odiIf_.llowH'
Hall at « o'clock. Visiting
Kntsshts- sir- oordlally invited.
mil.  i    c
li   H   HROt'K. K.
H. A.
il   K   _ B,
BBOV7H, M,
il F
but when they do, then  it.  is  only
our duty as public-spirited s-itizens
to co-operate to the ultimate success
oi   the  undertaking.   The exhibit
bus done its work, even more  than
our public realize; and our district
well advertised, ami our attractions
equally   well   demonstrated,    the
o ttside public look a keen  interest
in what  we   had   to  -how.    Such
publicity   will   never  be  lost;    the
public are ever looking for  fields
and pasture, new, where they can
conveniently pursue  whatever pastime or calling for which tbey have
inclination,     Our   fruit,  attracted
especial   attention   and   no mom
forcible argument in favor of  Revelstoke land can be deduced,    -noli
unqualified success should encourage the further clearing and   r-u 1 t.i-
vation of the  rich   lands   in   this
section, and those wbo are desirous
of  locating   in   a   profitable  npol
when taking everything   inlo  consideration, can do  no better  than
purchase land in onr (midst  where
markets arc secured and   where an
years go on industries will develop.
Kevelstoke should  follow   up  this
her first attempt  at publicity   of
this kind and sec that il is  curried
or   whenever    and   wherever  the
opportunity occurs.   It is  fatal   to
stop   when  the  thin   end   of the
or colouisatinn societies
Musings of a Country Merchant
"Yea," remarked the country mer
Chant, "I certainly havo ii snap.
Wholesale houses send duns imry
month and draw on me at light, but if
I send a bill to » fanner lie tMOOtnei
swearing mad and i|uils trading at my
store. While I am hard up for money
many of   those who  arc owing me are
"ending money in ad/ance to mail order houses.   If 1 contribute money to
any cunsd people say I am bidding for
trade. If I don't they stay I am a bog,
Kvery day 1 am expected to dig np for
everything that Homes along, from a
rallle ticket to a church lnnil, hy jier,
pie who claim I ongbt to do this he
cause they do part ol their trading
here, but onr friends It. Simpson and
T. Baton neither buy tickets nor help
the church fund, and yet they get the
cash in advance business. If I sell a
pair of pants I must treat, tbe family
to ciiiuly and cigars; if I boy a loud of
potatoes I must do the samp. Customers who are able to puy liang on to
their money, while I pay 10 per sent
at the bank to get ready cash. I have
a hig business during hard limes and
poor OropS from people who are willing
to trade with me, provided I can duplicate catalogue house prices and wait
until harvest for money. My scales
weigh too iniich when I sell sugar, und
too little when I buy butter. I um u
thief, a   liar and ,  grulter.    If I smile
MILL   WOOD
REDUCED
iin' iin
tn
PRICE
order ymir mill
. #1.7.1 per load
Nuw i
wood.
l-'ivi. Imtil-  nnl over
delivered al   any poiol   between  the
mill and K "i, . • v Hi reel
Kiln Dried Kindling, *_..) per loud.
Ordei  ii ntiii ■■ .,t
BOWMAN I.I HBBR CO. Ltd.
SIGN WRITING
GENERAL  PAINTING
and DECORATING i  ,
Firjt   CU.5   Work
Guaranteed.
Art and Beauty
are combined in our new designs'! n carpets. Our stock is
cemplcte, and the colors rich
and effective, the designs artistic, and the " tout ensemble "
is striking and beautiful. We
have never shown such a wide
variety of patterns, and we
have never placed such low
prices upon so much high
quality before.
R. HOWSON fr CO.'Y.
U^m
••*;.._■_ "♦**!_£""->|l__»T -I*__.
P.   BURNS    &   COMPANY,   LIMITED. *
Ifl-AD 9VWOJ.:  Caloakv,  Albkkta.
Wholesale and Retail tyeat Msrchanta
Pork Packers and Dealers in Live Stock. Markets In al) the priori
pal Cities and Towns of Alberla, British Columbia und the Yukon,
Puckers of lhe Celebrated Brand " Iinpei.itiu" Hams and Bacon,
and " Shamrock" Brand Leaf J_nd. >
,-_k1__«_»^>%^^^^^'«^%%%^^-%^^«^%'%^^%^%^«
——M^—^—   '        "' I"   "^---»-_-—■
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from Country of origin.
WHOLESALE     DEALERS    ONLY.
_EJ-_3V-E__j6TOK-1S    :_=._ m,
PLACE YOUR ORDERS WITH
$5, IVIclVIAHON,  - FIRST STREET
\?i)t -KTirt.'liiinil Implements. OarrluKes, Wit«uus Ktc., John
Ijm.t/i riiiUKli.'i ynlino Wiik<>iHi Chii-kIh CarriaKQ <'<im_ifcirj.'s
htiKKUx, Mima fr.i Qart-Up fjM.y^.rs nnd <'.iltlvtitors, Wheel-
wrU-tit   nnil    Hlm-ksinllli    Work   HtteuUsd    to.'   llW'J Mlinriirig ii
BpAolaltj
CEMENT BLOCKS
Mtuiufactarod for all clnnstis of buildings
CEMENT AND LIME FGR SALE
FIRE CLAY AND FIRE BRICKS
for sale iu huge or small quantities
ut the lowest prices for cosh.
11 ihliUM iii il plastering
undertaken.
A. PRADOLINI, ■ REVELSTOKE
To Trappers
Raw Furs Bought
Uash Prices Paid
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Furs.
e;w_b7paget
Express
D raying
Storage
All Kinds of Light and H tavy
Hauling Undertaken
SAFES,   PIAKOS.ETC.
Dealer in Wood, Coal and Peed.
Phone 71. HouBe Phone 7
Pacific Coast Tested
Seeds, Acclimatized
Stock, Fruit and
Ornamental Trees
and Plants
For the  Farm, Garden,  Lawn
or Conservatory
Reliable Varieties at, reasonable priees
No Borers. No Scale. No fumigation
to damage stock. No windy agents to
aiinoy you. Buy direct and get trees
and seeds that grow.
Fertilizers, Bee Supplies, Spray Pumps
Spiayin Material, Cut Flowers, etc.
Olde i o^.nrl shed nursery on l|ie
ma) Inpi   _'l._.    pati^logpe frep.
M i      Y'S NURSERIES
Ore and Seed Houses
VANCOUVr.j.,      -     r      -     B. p.
Canadian Pacific
Atlantic Steamship
Line
SAIUN dS _*"
From
Montreal
Quebec
iverpool
Sat. Jl. lSI.k.C-iainplain
Fri. " 24 Emp. Ireland
Sat.Aug. 1   Luke BrieWed. Jly. 15
Summer Season from Montreal
and Qu.be.
EMPRES6BS--
lsl. Clasi. 2nd. Class 3rd, Class
$90 00   $48 75 $28 7s
LAKH MANITOBA-
IS!. Class 2nd. Class 3rd. Class
$80 00      $42 50       $27 50
Other Lake Hoats—
2nd. Class 3rd. Class
$45 00       $27 50
Cheap rates lo Atlantic Seaboard
points in connection with steamship tickets.
Passengers booked to Norway,
Sweden; AntvVerp, Ham|)Urg and
all other conttne tal ports.'
For further information apply to
T.W.BracMiaw,    E. J. Coyle,
Agent, A.G.P.A.
Revelstoke. Vancouver.
NOTRE
Central Hotel
aamm REVELSTOKE, B. C.
ABRAHAMSON   BROS,,   PROPRIBTOHS
Newly built        Kirst-clasH in every resjiect.     All modern convenience?
I.arjje ..ample Rooms.
Rates 81.60 per Day, Speci I Weekly Rates.
Queen's   Hotel, Trout Lake, under  same   management
Out of town order
attended 1
h promptly
R. Z. CRAWFORD
NOTICE
sixty dnyH after date I Intend to
apply io tbe Chief Commissioner of
lianas and  Works fur permission to
inn chiwe     Ilm     following     ili-si'iibed
lands;
Beginning at a post plant ml at tha
soutrf-east corner of Lot No, 8669 pup.
chased by Julius Dongal, running
wesi 20 ohains; tbenee soulh 20 ohalnst
t henoe east _»isliainH; tbenoe norl h 20
obalns to point oi oommsnoatnent,
Dated June 24th, Iikw,
KiiAaiui VViii.i', Applicant.
jly I l>. Dewar, Agent,
ORIENTAL HOTEL
stiit.i.ly furnished with the choicest the
market siffurds. liest Wines, Manors and
Cigars.    Kates $1 a day.    Monthly rate.
J".   ALBERT     STONE      PEOP.
Revised   Statute*  of  Oanada,
1006, Chapter 115
Pursuant to the above Statute the
Columbia River Lumber Company,
Limited; give notice that they have
applied by petition to the Governor-in-
Cfmincil fop approval of the site and
plaiisfor oertal-i booms propose,!! tO |j.
constructed in the Columbia lljvc,.
near Ooldon in the Province of British
Columbia, a plan and description of
the proposed site and of tbn biioins to
be eoiii.lriie.led have lieen deposited
with the Minister of Public Works at
Ottawa, and a duplicate thereof in the
Land Registry offlce at Nelson, B.C.
Dated this 30th day of April, 1008.
Columhia Rivkb Lu1.1m.11 Co., Ltd.
Per J. D. McCohmack,
my B-S0 tl     '      nf n.nivgittK Director,
Certificate of Improvements
-TSTOTIO-E?
M»vmle Msisii, Mn,, H., lrpn Uui, tpd I
Fraction   niln.riil claim*, sllujlte  In
Nrout   uii.- Mining Ulvl.ltmol Weil Ko
nay Dlatrlot,
Where located :-ln Uoat creek Basin, adjoining tbe Beatrice llruup.
.Take  notice that I, K. Smith, F.M.C. No.
Itss7i'2, agent lor J. B. Maokenrle.r.M.O. No. B
8S77_ ami   Archer Martin,  P.M I). No. B174W,
Intend, sixty day„ Irom drte horeof, to apply
to the Mini tin  Heisorder lor a Cortifloate ol
Improvement., lor the  purpose ol obtaining a
Crown Urant ol the above claims.
And lurther  take notice that action, under
nectlon 87.  muat be commenced  belore the
lasuanc. ol mch Certificate ol Improvements.
Dated this Kith dav ol April, A.D. IMS.
-at ap 18 Md
B, SMITH.
Man and I,|.|,»
     '. '?.
oaln.
Queens ffotel
COMAPLIX
Best brands 01 Wine_, Liquors and Cigars. Travellers to
Fish Creek will find excellent accommodation at this
Hotel.
CHIEF   YOUNG, - - Proprietor
NOTICE
rllllK attention of the Lands and Wnrlm lis-
I. partment having boon directed Ui the fact
that town lots iu a towusite named Prince Hn
tiert. being a sul. Ilvismn of Lot 6t_, Range 5,
Coast District, situated on the matulaoiT l«l-
tweeu the month of the Skeena Hiver nod Kaien
I.land, are being nITtirnil for sale, it has been
ilimtti-d ueoassaris to warn the public that the
•nnl Uiwnsiitiia-ed nt the terminus of the Grand
Trunk Pacific Hailwar, nnd Is not the townsite
which ii1 owDtd Jointly by the Government of
British l-oiumbia and the Grand Trunk Pacific
Railway Company. ■ 1        1 P     II.
F. I F-Jf-ypN,
Chief Commliaioner of I.nnds and Work..
Laudi and Worki Dtpartmant,       w my 6{l_u THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B C
lfjJ^?»j3ia__!__i_S^ *-*' '**<** '•'' '** '•*' S&iS-i <__*• * '•'*'•'■*• 'iVi'iV** *-''*•*-*• *■■'-•'-••-••-••■' '■**•■*» •-*■ •■*»•*■ •-*__■ -_._-_--. y'.«•_
FLUE-CLEANING
—o dirty, heart-breaking: job.
AND
A,
1
I
FLUE-CLEANING
—a dean, record-breaking job.
THE  FLUE DOORS
Situated " singly " over feed door
—on some furnaces.
Situated "doubly," same distance from
each other, same distance from feed
door—on "Sunshine " Furnace.
•SUNSHINE" ADVANTAGE:
Operator can easily clean every
bit of soot out of radiator.
THE OPERATION
Fire put out, smoke-pipe pulled
down—o.i some furnaces.
Fire stays in, smoke-pipe stays up — on
"Sunshine " Furnace.
"SUN§{^E;'ti^V^^AQBi   Furnace can
be cleaned out any time in season without trouble
dirt, or " fear of chilling the house."
LONDON
TORONTO
MONTREAL
WINNIPEG,
MXIaryis
VANCOUVER
ST. JOHN. N.B.
HAMILTON
CALQARY
BOURNE BROS., Local Agents
THE MOLSONS BANK
larorporated by Act cf Parliament, 1855a
HEAD OFFICE, - - MONTREAL.
Wm. MoLSON Macpherson, Pres. S. H. EwtNO,;Vice-Pres.
Ja.mkh Elliot, General Manager.
Capital paid up, $3,372,500
Reserve, $3,372,500
Sixty-four  branches iu  Canada and  4gencies  |ty  all  parts of the
world-
lntepesf, credited four times a year at current rates on Savings
Bank deposits, until further notice.	
\V- H. PRATT, Manager, . Revklstoke, B. C.
*l
JOB PRINTING
All Work Promptly
and Neatly Executed
Commercial  Printing
A Specialty With Us,
Call for Estimates and Advertising Rates
THE MAIL-HERALD
PUBLISHING COMPANY, Ltd.
L 0. L. PARADE
Orangemen Attend Divine Service at St. Andrew's.
L. 0. L., No. 1C58, attended Divine
service at St. Andrew's church on
Sunday evening. Tbere was a good
attendance ot tlie lodge besides a large
congregation. The Rev VV. 0. Calder
took for bis text Matt. v. 14, "A citv
that is set upon a hill cannot be hid."
Jes'18 exemplified His teaching by
utilizing the most common and varied
things around him. " Ye are the
light of the World," he says to the
children of God, and casting a glance
at one of the many towns situated
high in the surrounding country. He
uses it it as an illustration of His
teaching. The Christian as he lives to
God is a light. He is like the city
upon the hill which cannot be hid
The secret of a strong, happy and
prosperous life lies in living to the
glory of God. While many things
become the leading factor in the lives
of multitudes, it will be found that
man's chief end is to glorify God and
enjoy Him forever. This principle
applied to life in many directions of
human activity finds its exemplification. Rev. W. C Calder applied this
truth to the Orange association in its
teachings. Every member living up
to its ideal would live to the glory ol
God. The Orange institution wns
distinctly Christian auu patriotic. Its
founders were those who had fought
for their Christian life and liberty. It
stood as a city upon a bill which
could not be bid. This day we celebrate not in the III! lit of * mere victory of Protestant over Roman Catholic
but for what it secured to ns, our
civil and leligiuus liberty. It brought
to a clotse OO years ol suffering and
death an I established upon sv firm
foundation righteous government.
We ure noi in aut.igoui-tn to day to
Roman Catholics and their faith.
While we cannot ccept the teachings
of Rome, no intelligent Qraogeman
will eyer say pr do 'ought to cause
pain to those of another faith. We
stand opposed to political Rome which
aims at the crushing of all human
liberty and bringing the nations into
bondage to the See of Rome. In
Canada she is strong and aggressive
and the need of sue!} an institution as
the Orange association to checkmate
her encroachments is only too apparent. To those who have read
d.reply the suit fliid bitter history ol
tbe past, the 12th of July comes as a
glad day lo keep alive the glorious
memories ol the past and the sqund
of the Orange drum thrills the heart
with its note of liberty.
The Orangemen should be as a light
Bet upon a lull. Living to the priii
ciples o( his Order be cannot but be a
living Christian. The Orange association is, or . hould be, an educational
force In this land, using the day as a
means of spreading tbe light. As
such she will te as a city Bet upon a
hill which cannot be bid
In tlie Cyiirse of his sermon Rev
W. C. Calder defended ill. Order
against tbe charges of its enemies,
comparing it in its life and principles
and the conduct of its members with
that of other organizations and the
living ol members of (be church,
BIG INDUSTRY
Fruit Warehouse Will Shortly
Be Erected at Nelson
NELSON, July H.—T(ie. Jvqotenay
Fruitgrowers' Association, which now
includes practically all ol the principal
ranchers in Nelson and this vicinity,
are not content with arranging with
the British Columbia Fruit A Produce
Exchange of Revelstoke lor the marketing of their Jrult In the NortbweBt
provinces. Tbey now find tbat this
output of fruit is yearly growing so
large that a warehouse will have to be
erected in this city for storage purposes
in order to control tlie local market.
It is the intention of the association
to establish ita own retail store (or
direct sale of fruit from the producer
to the consumer In this way the
profit ol the middle man will be largely
cut out and the ranchers will get
better profits, and the pul.lic better
prices
SPECIAL MENTION.
Revelstoke  Strawberries Best
in British Columbia.
The small fruit crop is half over and
up till now the value of tbe strawberry
yield for tbis season is placed at over
$25,000 while the estimate of small
fruits for the whole season is placed at
considerably over twice that amount.
Comparing these figures with the total
yield a few years back, about .$5,000, it
can be easily seen what enormous
strideB the industry has made Kootenay berries are in great demand on
all Bides, and advices from Winnipeg
and other prairie points state that
Kootenay berries are the be't on the
market and fetch the biggest prices.
Strawberries grown in the Revelstoke
district made a great name for themselves at the Dominion Fair, being
second to none both in size and quality, and possessing that valuable advantage of being excellent Bbipperfl
invariably arriving al their destination
in excellent condition. This speaks
well tor our soil and climatic advantages, and the success of the Revelstoke
berry iB only tbe realization of what
experts and others have repeatedly
told us that nowhere in British Columbia oan strawberries be jo successfully grown as at Revelstoke. This
should be sufficient inducement and
encouragen ent to further Increase and
develop this industry.
PULP WOOD DUTY
Export
Duty on  Pulp
Help B. C.
Would
A. C. Fliimerfelt, of Victoria, who
has returned from an extended tour ol
Eastern ejties, states that from infor.
illation be receiv.d from i Urge operator in putpwood, thcte is a possibility
that tbe Dominion Government may
shortly place an export duty 01,1 pulp
wood, Tb/,8, ite pointed out, would be
of immense benefit to British Oolyipfii
bia, bb it would probably force many
United States pulp mills to open here
This would mean tbe manufacture of
paper on a large scale in the Province,
the employment of a great deal of labor
and the expenditure of  much  money.
WANTED
A WAITRESS wanted immediately
at lhe Cli.uax Hotel.
F
[OR SALE-Cabinet Qrand Piano
almost new. APP'y Mail Herald
FOUND—In Baptist Ohurch after Dr
Murcutt's lecture, u lady's gold
watch chain. Same may lie had by
applying at office of Mail Hekai.ii.
FURNISHED ROOM-A well fur-
n'slied room to let wilh use of
luitlitooiii and piano, $8 per month;
with board, $25 per month. Apply
hox SOB,
LOAN WANTEn-88.600 wanted
for client. First -class freehold
security. 10 per cent interest. Columbia Agencies Lid, Revelsl.n|i;e,   ,jly4
T) EPRBb_5_!_n'ATIVE WANTED-
_tli for' Revelstoke unit vicinity. A
good, live hustler inn make go >d
money during season selling onr line,
Apply at once to The Ford Motor Oo.
ol Ciiniida, Limited, Walkeiville, Ont.
PROTECT MERE MAN.
Measure to Prevent Artificial
Marriages.
Atlanta, Ga, July 14 —Drop stitched hose, V-shaped lingerie, cosmetics,
artificial teeth, puffs, rats and padding
are the weighty matters that are being
gravely discussed by the committee on
ways and means of the Georgia legislature today. Representative George
Glenn, of the Whitfield district, is responsible for the problem, having introduced a bill to prevent tlie snd dis-
allusionment of husbands.
According to the proviaions ol
Glenn's measure, any marriage which
hat resulted from artificial attractions
offered by the bride shall be declared
null and void,
WANTED—Lady Stenographer and
Bookkeeper desires poet|,k,m in
Revelstoke. Address 'Miss Noil is,
Hillcre.t P. O., Y'tuiouver.
WEST  KOOTENAY   DISTRICT AND SIMIL-
KAMHKN DIVISION OP VALE DISTRICT.
WANTED—Al once  a  cuiiini'U'iil
dining-i u  girl—M.rs,  \V   J.
Lightbuine, \]i\\m\ Hotel, Arrowhead.
WANT.- J—Second band furniture,
clothes, etc.   J. C,  Hull,  First
street, opposite Union hotel.
VYTANTED—Kirst-cltisa planer iiiiiii
VY for J-i in.ll in'otilding unu bine,
apply Lye Lumber Co. Ltd., Wigwam,
B. C. j if. 81
WANTED — A good panvasser.
Steady position to r-rllt iiiiiii.
Apply lo Hox Hi:. Post Office, Revel-
sstoke, 1). 0.
Certificate of Improvements
NOTICE
Skookum,   Driiiiiliiiiiinon   and  BuolCi
horn Fraction Mineral Claims, situate in l-cvelstoke Milling Division of
West Kootenay District,
Where located:   On the  norlh side of
Cougar Creek.
Take notice that I, William I. Hriggs
of llevelsloke, H. 0„ .Solicitor, Free
Miner's Certificate No. ].I)I2__., act ing
as agent for and on behalf of His Majesty King Edward VII, in the Right
of the Dominion of Ciiuiidu Free Miner's Certificate No.HI) 1287, intend sixty
days from dale hereof to apply to the
Mining   Recorder   Hir  Certificates of
Improvements for the purpose of obtaining Crown Grunts of the above
claims.
And furl her take notice thai, action
under section i-7 must be commenced
before the issuance of such Certificates
of Improvements.
Dated this 2nd (lay of -July, 1-OU
jlyI W."l, llmiii-H.
For Sale
Cement
Brick
and
Plaster Fitter
For Prices and   Particulars
AI 'I'I. Y   TO
E. C. FROMEY
NOTICE is heroby given that tho boundaries
of tho Nelson, Hovolstoke and Slocun
Land Uecorriing Divisions of Wost Kootonny
District, and the Bimilkameen Land Recording
Division of Yale District, have beeu alterod,
aud I Imi ou and after September the 1st, 1908,
tho boundaries of tho said Laud RocordiUB Divisions will bo as follows:—
NELSON  LAND RIXOHD1NO DIVISION.
Commencing at a point on tbe International
Boundary where it is intersected by tho western
boundary of Section 2, Township 10A, Kooteuay
District; being also the western boundary of tho
Nelson & Fort Sheppard Railway Land Grant:
thenco duo uorth about .S11 miles to southern
boundary of Lot 5.818, Group 1, Kootenay;
thouce duo wost to Ilio eastern Boundary of tho
right-of-way of the Columbia & Western Railway, which forms tho boundary of Lot 2,698,
Group 1, Osoyoos Division of Yale District (now
Similkameou ; thouco easterly and northerly,
followiug said oasteiu boundary of said right-
of-way, to the north-east corner of Lot 2,698;
thonce duo wost along tho uorthern bouudary
of Lot 2,1198 to the divide between tho waters
running into the Columbia River and Arrow
Lakes from those flowing to the wost; thouco
northerly, following the summit of lho mountains ton pi lint 'Vnu litis tin*) norlli uf tho International Boundary, which is also the north-east
corner of tho Bimilkameen Division of Sale
District; thenco duo east to a point due south
of tho south-west coruer of Township tin, Kooto-
nay: thenco duo uorth to tho north-oust corner
of Township 65, Osoyoos Division of Yalo;
thenco uorth-westorly to tho summit of tho di-
vido separating the waters llowiug into the Columbia Hiver uud Arrow Lakes from the waters
flowing to the wost; thenco followiug tho summit of Lhe mouutains, in a northerly direction,
to a point duo west of the north-west corner of
Lot 898, Group 1, Kootonay, which poiut is tho
north-west comer of the Nelson Laud Recording Division ; theuce due oast lo the summit of
tho water shed dividing the waters llowiug into
the Arrow Lakes from the waters (lowing into
Slocan Lake, which is tho north-east corner of
Nelson Laud Recording Di.isiont thence south'
erly along tho divide botwoeu tho waters llowiug into tho Arrow Lakes and tho waters flowing into Slocan Rivor and Slocan Lake to a
poiut near the headwaters of Pass Creek;
thouce following the height of laud to the
mouth of Little Slocan River; thence crossing
the Slocan River uud followiug tho divide separating tho waters (lowing m... tho Slocan
River aud Kootonay Lako from the waters
llowiug into Kootenay Rivor uud West Arm of
Kootenay Lako to the north-west comer of Lot
7,62.. Group 1, Kootonay; theuce due oast along
the north boundaries of Lots 7,624 aud 4 961, to
the wost shore of Kootenay Lako; thenco
southorly uud easterly (of>uot Point\ thenee
northerly to tbo u.tfth-wesi earner of Lot 1,489,
Group 1 'Uoo.te.uay; theuce easterly* following
the height of Una separating tho waters (lowing into Crawford Creek from tho waters Mowing into Grey s Crook, to the oastern boundary
of Wost Kootenay District, near the headwatera
of Baker Creek; thenee southerly followiug tho
divide separating tho waters flowing ^Uj
Kooteuay Lake und Koo-Oaav BWe_j feoin tho
waters llowiug into S., '•\ar.,'sl;reek and tho
Moyie River, tu the Ilii ...atinuul Bouudary;
theut'p westerly along th_ international Boun-
tiary to tho poiut of conuneucamQii.i
BEVELSTOKE l_ANp &__.... KPINO DIVISION.
Coin i^Booing at the uorth-wost corner of tho
_Vul-.uu Laud Rocordiug Division; theuce
uorthorly, followiug the summit of tho mountains dividing the wators (lowing into the Cul-
umbiaRiyer irom those Mowing Lo tho west, to
the neight of laud boLweou Foster Croek aud
Kolley Cn.uk._io tho intersection of Cuuoo River; thonco southerly down tho centre o( Canon
River to the ^Columbia Rivor; theuce in a
southeasterly direction to tho dividing ridge of
the Selkirk raugoof mountains; thence follow-
tag the said dividing ridge iu a south-easterly
direction to tho summit of Rogers Pass; thouco
iu a south-easterly directum, followiug the
water-shed nearest the Upper Olumbiu Rivor,
to its iutqrsootion with tho southern bouudary
of the Dominion Railway Belt; thenco southwesterly, following the southern boundary of
tho Railway Belt, to its intersection with the
divide bet we<ju the waters flowing into Duncan
River aud Fish River, neur the headwaters of
Teetitel Creek; thence southerly followiug the
height of laud dividing the wators llowiug iuto
Duncan River from the waters flowing into
Arrow Lako aud Trout Lake, to a poiut opposite the uorth end of Bowser Luke; thouce
westerly, following the southern water-shod of
Lake ('reek, tu a point uu the Lardo River opposite the height of laud betwoon Cascade
Creek uud Poplar Creek ; thouce following that
height of land and the water-shod dividing the
waters of Wilsou Creek from the waters flowing
into Lardo River uud Kooshkanax Creek to the
uurth-uust corner of tho Nelson Laud Rocordiug
Division, beiug tho south-east coruer of thn
Revelstoke Laud Rocordiug Division; theuce
following the northern bouudary of the Nelsou
Li.nd Rocordiug Division due west lo the point
uf commencement.
SLOCAN LAND RBOOBDINQ DIVISION*
Commenolng at tho northeast oornes of tho
Nolsou Laud Recording Divisiou, which is ulso
iho .south eusf'corner of Lhe Kevelstoke Laud
l.t'cu.itiii:. Division; theuce following the east-
otu boundary of the Rovelstoke Laud Rocordiug Division, in a gouorul uusterly and northerly directiuu, lo its intorsection wilh tho suuth
boundary of the Dominion Kail way Belt,
theuce uurLherly aud oastorly, followiug Lho
Dominion Railway Bolt, tu its intersectiuu
with the ousteru bouudary uf Wost Kooteuay
District; thence iu a suuth-uasturly directiuu,
following the wuler-shod noaro i the Upper
Culumbiu River, to the Dpth par"llel of uurih
latitude; thouco \\\ a southerly diroctiou, followiug Lho ih , ido separating the waters llowiug
in'/.. Kooteuuy Lake from the waters flowing
into St. Mary's Crook tu u_ iutersectiuu wilti
the easterly boundary ut Lhu Nelsou Lund Recording Divis'ou at tho headwaters of Grey's
(-rook; thuuee following thu easterly bouudary
of \\\a Nelsou Laud Recording Division Lu Lhu
point of cummoucomeul.
BMUI-KAKBBt.   land   KBCOBDINQ   DIVISION   OF
YALE DISTWOT.
Commoiiciug at a point QQ the International
Boundary wl ore it \_i imorsoctod by I'ayastou
i i-'cK, which i- alio the south-east corner of
N ale i.iiud Hucordiug District; thouce following uorthorly along tho said crook and tho
Mouth Fork of tho Similkamoon Idvorti.it-
junction with tho Tulumuou River; Ihome
westerly along the Tnlamouu River to lho
mouth of China Creek, thouce northerly
along China Creek to its intorsection with
tho _-.ni.li l-oiiinl.ii'it of Lot .Mill, Group 1. Kiltn-
loops Division of \ .ile DistricL; thenco due oast
to tho saltern bunk orOkanagau River; lliem--.
in au northerly direction, following the oastern
shorn of Okanagan River and Okanagan Lake,
to h point distant 68 mites due north of tho
International Boundary: thauce duo uast lo Lhe
western boundary of tho Nolsou Laud Record*
ing Division of Kooteuay District; tl.uii<'u
southerly, following tho said wusteru l-onndary
of Kootenay District, Lo ihe .9th {uruliol;
thouce west along lhu V-«.h panilM to tho
place of <'ii.^;_..i.n'.!imtnl.
ROBT. A. BBNWICK,
lioputy coiiniit-nioiiiT of Lauds and Works.
Lands and Works Department,
Victoria, B.C., JansSOtb, 1008.      jly U U
LAND NOTICE
Ro.___.tO_U Lund DiHtriet.
Dlltrlot of Went Ivioteniiy.
Tnke mil ire l Iiul Iniiii .Mirliiiel llnylu
of lli.veli.ti._(', B.C., Malinger, inleuilN
to itpply f(ii'peiiiu_isiiiiito puroh&IS the
following deal i-ilied land:
OommonolDg nt n poat planted on
tins i'n .ii-ily liank of tlie Columbia
Etiver nt the north-weal oornor of l_ut
2771, Group 1, Kootenay, and marked
"John M. Doyle'H hiiiiIIi-wi'hI, eorne,'
poat," Ilieuee cilHt HI ehiiin .; thenee
north 10eliuliiH; thenee weat (Oohrlna
mora or Ichh to the easterly bank of
the Columbia livet'l I.lienee mnitherly
.ilon,! Ibe I .ink of Raid   river HI ehniiiH
more ot Ichh to the point of com mencement, containing  100 aorea mo_w or
leaa.
JOHN MICHAEL DOYLE,
Hy his agent, Qeo, S. MeOarter,
Dated June 28th, 1008, j_-77lH.il
Certificate of  Improvements
_N"OTJIO_EJ
Minn ll. iiilnisriil claim, lltnata In tbi Triml l_-ki>
.Mlnlnil Diylsiliuliil Wu.l Knnliiitay lll"trict.
Wliurn I'MiiliMt.   Al Um Imail nl dual Cnii'k It.nlii
liiljnllillill Hi" I'isIhisiii nun. t.I ilaltn, l.nl l.'.-V,
llruiip 1.
•I'liki- niitlcis Unit I, ll. Slllllll, t'.M.i;. I_'-U_ll.
iictliin usi iigisiitls.rj.il. Uaokanile, l'.M.c. Nu.
Il'.il'.'. .n. Iiilunil, Hlnty iIiijsh frum thii ilutii Iniri-iif, Ui
apply (0 ilm Mining Bacomer ror a Uartlllcata of
Iiii|ii"."Ms"iil . lur I'm purpieii ul ..l.oniiiiii: a
C'riiwn Hunt ol tlm iilmvii i-lalm.
Ami tuiili'.i   laku  ttutlai'  tli.it  lotion,  nmlisr
Hucllun 117, inu .1   Isii  risiiilnisnrisil I..-f tliu is.11
inn r. nf sucli 1 Mil ills it-■ nf liilt,|.'sil.i''il '.
Iliilml till, littl ilay nl Jung, A,11., 1)08.
_lUj_7 II  ,-iMHli.
The members of E Company, R.M.R.
are hereby notified to attend' for company drill every Thursday, at 8 p.m.
until further orders.
By  Order,
O. C.
NOTICE
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that I, M. K. Lawson of
Revelstoke, occupation house-keeper,
intends to npply for permission to purchase the following described land:
Commencing at a post planted on
the line of Lot No. Tij&j, and maiked
"M. K. Lawson's N. E. corner post,"
tlience south along said line 40 cliains,
thence west 40 chains, tlience north 20
chains, tlience east 20 chains, thence
north 20 chains to P. Maher's pre-emption, thence east 20 chains to point of
lommencemeut.
Minnik K. Lawsok.
Dated April Oth, 1008. w ap 29
CORPORATION OF THE
CITY OF REVELSTOKE
Notice re Nuisance
Notice is hereby given of the following resolution passed hy the Council
of the City of Revelstoke at a meeting
held on the I2th day of June, 100S:
"That the building erected and now
situate on Lot 0, Block 1, in Ward 3 of
this city is hereby declared to lie a
nuisance and dangerous to the public
safely and health, and the owner
thereof is hereby ordered to have the
said building pulled down and removed, notice of this order to be given to
the said owner by publication of this
resolution for five consecutive insertions in the Revelstoke Mail-Herald
and in case of default by the said
owner to comply with the said order
within a period of five days after the
service thereof by publication as aforesaid, then such pulling down and removal shall be done under the direction of this Council at the cost of the
owner thereof, and all expenses incidental thereto shall be enforced
against the owner thereof."
H. FLOYD,
City Clerk.
Revelstoke, B. C,
June loth, 1908. jly 1
S.S. REVELSTOKE
The Steamer leaves Five Mile
Landing ( during stage ol high
water) at 6 a.m. on Tueaday^and
Friday, for Downie Creek and way
points, returning aame day.
Freight must be ready for delivery to teams of Kevelstoke
Cartage Co., Ltd., on Mondaya and
Thursdays at 1 p.m., and must be
prepaid.
The Cartage Company'a Stage
leaves for the Boat Landing at 6:30
p.m. on Monday and Thursday and
connects with the steamer on arriral
back in the evening, and makea
special trips, when required,' on
Tuesday and Friday mornings,
leaving town at 4 a.m.
Comfortable bertha and good
meals on Steamer. Telephone connection between steamer and local
exchange—No. B139. Dates of
sailings may be changed withont
uotice.
F. SWANS0N,
PURSER.
The Prince Mining and
Development Company
Limited,  Liability.
Head Otlice: Revelstoke,
British Columbia.
Revelstoke, B. C, June 12th, 1908.
TO THE SHAREHOLDERS OF THE
PRINCE MINING AND DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, Limitkd,
Liability.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the Annual Meeting of the Shareholders of The Prince Mining and
Development Company, Limited,
Liability, will lie held at the Company's
Offices, First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
on Wednesday, the Fifteenth Day of
July, 1UUS, at thejhourof Eight O'clock
in the Afternoon, for the purpose of
electing officers for the ensuing year,
and for all other purposes relating to
the management of the Company.
The Ti-ansfer Book of the Company
will be closed during the fourteen days
immediately preceeding the meeting,
Dated at Revelstoke, B. 0„ thia 12th
day of June, 1808.
K. Clyn Smith, President.
W. B. Robertson, Secretory.
Bevelstoke Hospital Society
Notice to Contractors
Sealed Tenders, (endorsed) will lie
received by tbe undersigned up to
Noon of Wednesday, July 15th, 1008.
for the building of an East Wing to
the Queen Victoria Hospital, Revelstoke, B, c.
Copies of plans and specifications
may he obtained upon payment of a
fee of $10.00, the same to be refunded
upon return of plans and and all papers in good order.
Tenders must he accompanied by a
certified cheque, for live per cent (5%(
of the amount of the lender, to here-
turned to unsuccessful tenderers in
due course, Successful tenderer's
oheqne will he forfeited If he fails to enter into a con tret and complete bond
siilistactory to Board of Directors for
due performance of contract.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
REVELSTOKE HOSPITAL 80CIETY,
Per B. B. Atkins. Secretary.
Revelstoke, B.C. (Drawer A)
June-/7th, HKIS. 4 t
Certificate of Improvements.
" NOTICE
Vivian Luck No. 1, Vivian Luck No. 2,
Vivian Luck No. 3, Vivian Luck
No. 4, Vivian Luck No. 5, Vivian
Luck No. 0 and Silver Crown mineral claims, situated in tbe Lardeau
Mining Division of Weat Kootenay
District.
Whete    located:—At  Head of  Kidd
Creek, a tributary of Boyd Creek.
TAKE NOTICE that I,   O. B. N.
Wilkie, acting  as  agent  for  Hector
Poirier,   F.M.C.   B7$0,  and   George
Johnson, F.M.C. BtBOol, intend, sixty
days from date hereof, to apply to the
Alining  Recorder  for a Certificate of
Improvementi., for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above
claims.
And further take notice that action,
under section 37, must be commenced
before the issuance of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Daled tbis 28tb day of May, A. D.
1908.
O. B. N. WILKIE, B.C.L.S.
W niy27 Ti-out Lake, B. C.
Certificate  of Improvements
__N"Oa?IO_El
Dig Hop* Fraction Mineral claim No- 2.
Situttlo iu the Trout Lake Mi mug Di Tision"o.
the Kootauay District. Located on Poplar
Creek-.
TAKK NOTICE that I. C. J. A. N.Podlw,
PreeMiuer':. < eniflcata No. B 88S16, mtead tt)
tiay.. fnno the date hereof to apply to the Mini*
ing l.DCi.rder for a Certiflcatu of ImprOTemeotr
for ins purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of
the abore claim. And further take notice that
action uader Section 37 n_sst be oonmenoed
before the ij-_-uhi.ee of such Certifloate of
Improvement-*.
Daled this 4th day of April, 1908.
C. J.A.N. FADLKY.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that Hastings, Doyle A Al'liitn, Limited, will,
three months after date, apply to the
Lieutenant-Governor in Council for an
Order-ln-0ounoil ohangin_r the Company's name to "Doyle A Alliim, Limited."
Dated the _SltInlay of June, 1908,
Uauvky, McCarter & Pinkbau.
Solicitors   for  Ilnsiings,   Doyle A Alliim, Limited. jly 4 -tin w
LAND NOTICE
Revelatoko l_and District.
Dlstriot of West KiMilenny.
Take notice that (ieorge McCarter,
Sr., of Rovelstoke, H.C, Agent, intends to apply for permission to pur-
ebase the following desiribed lands;
Oommonolng at a post planted on
the (Veil hank of tin- Columbia Hiver
at the ■OUtb-OSSl (sinner of l.il Ul'i,
Group I, Kootenay, and maiked
"George Mel'artel, Mr., north-east cornel post," thonoo west 10 chains;
theuce soiuh _M chains; ihence east 20
chains more or Ies,., to tlie west hank
of the Columbia river; thence northerly along the west bunk of the Columbia river to tbe point of commencement, oontalning __> acres mon or less.
GEORGE Mcl'AIlTEK, Sr..
Ily his agent, (ieo. S. McCarter.
Dated June 2Hlh. HUW, j 27 (I0d
Canadian Pacific Bailway Campany
Notice to All Concerned
Tho loot path adjoining the Columbia
River Bridge having been removed
(rum January 16th, iiK)7, the Bridge
waa from that date definitely cloaed to
tho public, and iicrsons trespassing
thereon, by crossing on foot or otherwise, will be prosecuted.
Bv UitiiKii.
T. KILPATRICK,
Superintendent,
Revelstoke, B. C,
Juno 4th, 1908. j 13 lm
Certificate of Improvements
NOTICE
Silver . r-twu uui.enil claim, situate in the Lar-
deau Mining   Division of West  Kooteaajr
district.
Where located:—At the head of Mohawk creek
and adjoining tha Pajrna mineral claim.
Take uutice thai X, K. Hmith F.M.C. Nu. I*
1-OJ&. acting as agent for Kva Uerard, JT.M C
N<>. fr,»i:»il, inLend, ,-i ity days from date hereof,
u> apply ui the Mining Recorder for a Cert ifl-
cote of ltsurovemenU. fur Lhe purpose of ob*
lainiug a Crown (Jrant of the abuve claim.
And  further take  uotlre that action, under
-o'litin 37, must ha commenced liefore tbe Issuance of such <'ertiflcate of Improvements.
Dated thin «ih dujr of June, A.D. IMI.
sat J 6 &. SMITH.
NOTICE TO CO-OWNERS
To John Honest, or to whomsoever he
may have transferred hia intereata;
I'like notice that I, the undersigned,
co-owner with you in the following
mineral claim, viz.: Gold Fly mineral
claim, situaU.ll on Lexington Mountain, i-iirili.iu Mining Division nf Weat
Kootenay Districl, uf the Provinoe of
British Columbia, have done the required work on the above mentioned
mineral claim for the year ending 1907,
in order to hold the name under Section 21 uf the Mineral Act.
And further take notice that if with'
in 1)0 days from the llrat publication of
this notice, you fail or refuse to contribute your |hii tion of such expendi-
tun, together with the cost of tbis
advertisement, your interest in the
said mineral claim will become the
property of the undersigned, under
Section 25 U of the Mineral Act.
Dated at Camborne, B. C, thiB Htb
day of May 1WJH.
sut my 10 OOd J. A. LkwU-,
dootor er
 1 ds •
jrou «*_ elaarly
aid of
UUN I SSw
"Flashlights on Human Nature"
't_i,dU-*w,kiv_,marrl_«a__}dp-_r«T>Us_
'hal road ask a doctor, Sot doa'l Uka to
■m, Ulutratad, U ocd_»; bat teIntrndua*
.od ou ooljs to ur admit for po-tac-,
on h __!Ui, dlm_ao, love, maniacs and o__r«n_-_g-
TelU what ion * ask a doclorTVit don't lUuTTo
M_pa_i     '■«■---	
It we _ei
10 oonta.
M   HILL, WJ•. OO.
IU last let.. Mnad,        nVH YOUH THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
THIS CLEARING SALE
MAKES   YOUR   DOLLAR   GO   [ ARTHER
Ladies' Summer Vests,  price only  iy.
1
Ladies' Blouses selling for 50c. up.
Men's Summer  Underwear  selling  at  $1
Ladies' Lisle Thread  Vests with   Crochet
per Suit.
Top.
Men's Negligee Shirts without collar. Ret;'.
$1.00.  Now 75c. each.
Children's Bleached Cotton Vests ioe. each
Boys' Soft Shirts  with collars,  selling at
Ladies'   Cotton Corset Covers, trimmed
doc. eaeh.
with lace and embroidery.      Reg.   40c.
Men's Black   Cashmere   Socks—live   pair
and 45c.    Now 25c.
l'or $1.
Men's Colored  Working Shirts sellin^  at
Ladies' Wash Skirts,     Reg. $2.50.     Now
50c. each.
$ 1.50.
Men's Congress Boots.    Reg. $3.50.  Now
$2.50.    This is a   heavy  boot  made to
Ladies'   House   Dresses.     Regular $2.30.
stand hard wear.
Now Si.50.
Men's Congress Boot, light weight, selling
Ladies' Summer Skirts in  Navy,  Blue and
Men's Box Calf  Lace   Boot.    Regular #4
Black Lustre for $2.50.      Tweed Skirts,
now S3.00.
Summer weight, $3.00,
Millinery at Half Price.
REID & YOUNG
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| Spraying |
$ Mt Trees       $
*& Vnu   can   get    all    the Vg
t Chemicals   lor   any    re- Vp
crip: hen'   We have.them <fe
♦Jt ready and can ndviaoynn -tj>
<|t tlie beal to use _|f
S*   C. R. MACDONALD        j|
Hkvi.i.sioki , B. 0 &
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SUTHERLAND—At Revelstoke, II. 0 .
on July 8th. To Dr and Mrs W.
II. Sutherland, a daughter.
Weather Forecast
Wednesday, July 15 - Unsettled;
probable rain; untie)clonic disturbance; temperature, max. S2 r , min, .10
Local and General.
R. H. Trueman is in the city and
will Ko found ut the Studio until Ihe
27th inst.
The work ni cutlini! the Alt. Victoria
trail is proceeding rapidly and will
Bbortly he oompleted,
Di n't lorgel the tiardi it Party ul
St. Andrew'a Manse lawn on Friday
next, afternoon and evening.
A Mil! u Iius purchased tin complete interest oi \ McConnell, ol
Shuswap, in ilu Shuswap Lumber
Company
The negru lenkius \^u^ formally
committed foi trial on Monday for
the inurdei of Mrs-. Mary Morrison, at
Hazelmere, recently.
rhe fog banks lying low mn the
river last evening presented sonic
curious mirage like effects, tin sight
beitfg exceedingly interesting,
The anti-cyclone which has heen
centralized near Revelstoke, ior the
; asst week, partially broke on Monday.
The disturbance is not yet over.
Crystal     remple   Xo    -i.   Pythian
sisters, will hok' their installation   "I
:hcerss this  evening,     All   members
nre requested to be pri at ul      Refreshments will Is-- served.
All those interested in the Agricultural Association and the Kevelstoke
Fall Fair are requested to attend the
public meeting in the City Hall to-
iii"rruw night  Thursday) at S "'clisck.
John Worth Kern, of Indiana, has
heen nominated at Denver,  Colorado.
I. r Vice- President ol tbi  United States
completing   the   lickei  on   which W.
•leuninisi Bryan w«h made  the   nominee Inr president
■I. A. Cote, chiel Bit rk in the Department f ths Inti rior, at I l.tawo, is to
■ •• appointed I>• pui> Minister •'( the
Idtenor, I bia .- i new olHcs, ilor
which   provision    waa   in,nl'     in   tin'
supplementary t itimatea
Wi a t' with interest tost M laa
Kathleen I leld, lister ol C, M    Field,
:' th;. city, ha- been luocessful in tbe
Cambridge Bog., Mathematical Tripoi
securing tec na in tbe Senior Optlmes
in the wiinii'ii'r honor lift, braokoted
with 44th Wrangler. Miss Field is a
student ol Oirton College. We heartily
oongratu'ate Mr. Field on hia   sister'i
suooess,
WE HOLD UP OUR TEAS
for your judgment, because
we Know they will stand the
test, For strength, delicacy
of Mn vm- and moderation in
price they excel tiny others
wc know. The character of
all our groceries is illustrated
hy oui' tens. Try them once
audit is only Indifference to
both quality nnd cost thnt
will keep \on from trying
them again.
YOUR NEIGHBORS
BUY OUR CAKES
bread, rolls and pastry here,
hecause she kusws they are
i qunl in any Iniitii' baking.
She is n flue baker herself,
loo, If she isso well pleased
ivil h imi' baking isn't ii probable Ilinl yon would he limy
Make the trial anyway. The
change \\ ill he iipprecinted in
HOBSOJV    SSL   BELL
P7
WE   HAVE
7q
HOUSES  'I'll   LET
HOUSES  fiH! SALE
KAKM    LANDS
FRUIT LAN UK
NICOLA  COAL
EIRE   INSURANCE
I.II-'K INSURANCE
ACOIDENT INSI'IIAMK
OUA.IANTEE   BONUS
MONEY    TO    LOAN
KINCA1
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Mrs, Woodley returned on Saturday
night from a three months'visit to
Golden.
J. T. Pol look has returned from n
visit 10 the Alpine I'luh Oiltii|ial
Rogers Pass.
Miss Nichol, ol 1-nilerlty, spent the
13th iu the eily, lhe gtust of Miss
Bella Wnodl.ih'd. ,
Provincial Ciiiialablu l)sitld,of .rrow-
lieiul, was ti visitor in thu eily un
Monday evon.ug.
Miss llnrdie. Miss Sperling nnd
Mrs. Ileiuheolt spent a few days this
week nt Kield nnd Emerald Lake.
Mr.-. Beck and the Misses Heck leave
tomorrow moiling lor [ielliughain,
Wash., ou ii mouth's visit to friends.
Mrs. L. T. \l"iii», who has been the
guest of Mr. and Mrs, II. Cunningham
Morris, for ii few days, left for her
home nt Notch Hill on Monday,
Among the railway subsidies presented to Federal Parliament yesterday, is included a line around Death
Rapids, north of Revelstoke, B. C,
not exceeding four milea.
U Tapping has returned from attending lhe annual meeting of the
Western Canada Theatrics 1 A Hooking
Bureau, held at. Banff, Alt. Mr,
Tapping waa elected a mem her of the
executive cum mil tee.
Among the list of candidates just
announced for Western Canada, who
have succeeded in completing all
requirements for entrance to McGill
University, Misa Jean Irene Hyatt,
of the Revelstoke high school stands
prominently in lifth place in order of
merit as undergraduate,
SPORTING NOTES
Bill Mcluerney, one of our best baseball catchers, is hack in the city after
n long stay in Entlerhy.
J. D. McLennan won the broad
jump in Mnnil iy's s| mis the distance
lieing 17 ft 8 in. Ho wns closely
followed hy  H. Creelman, 17 ft. 7 in.
The baseball game that wns hilled
for Monday night between Ibe Scots
Grey nnd Alerts, wns postponed owing
In bud weather. This game will take
place this evening if line on the Y. M.
C. A. grounds.
Tomorrow night (Thursday) lhe
Rovers will play s picked hnsiness
men's baseball learn on the Y.M.C.A.
grounds.' This game will he interesting as there arc many ol the hnsiness
men playing hall this year.
The (rum which plnved Vernon at
Lacrosse on Monday, will he presented
with individual medals.
Bad weather has up till now prevented the lawn tennis players from
commencing the tournament.
A public meeting bos been called for
tomorrow night at lhe City Hull, to
discuss the question nf the fall fair
ami race meeting in September.
GREAT ORANGE CELEBRATION
( mil IllHC-l li'Miii I'Ugc Due
BEEF, IRON
AND WINE
-inl QUININE IRON TONIC
both excellenl medicines to correct system derangements. It
will purify your blood and Increase your appetite, Jusl the
medicine you wanl for the hoi
weather, '     Si.OO a Bottlo
BEWS' DRUG STORE
NEXT   IH'.MK   BLOCK
Reighloys are serviug ice r.renni
Sunday afternoon and evening, and
have buttermilk and iwi i to un on
hand nil the time
Tlie Alpine olub camp it Rogt r-
Pass broke up this morning altera
moat successful week. A detailed re
port will   be   published in Saturday's
issue.
Amoug iIn results il tin rural
High Sohool examinations jusl in-
in nneed by i lie edncal ion departn
N"ich Hill, in tin Salmon Cenl
shows the following: Two candidate!
two passed Maud Smith, 0116 Daniel
I Mclntyre, «J 17
Ilu gas produce irdered by illicit)' frum tbe Cauadiau General Electric Co., an ived last night Ih- il
the last shipment ■■ the auxiliary
power plant, mui th.'   machinery   will
lie set    up   at    unci-      I'iiivi    .-
available In the oity for consumers
(' .1 Annul, while playing cries"!
un Saturday und keeping wicket I ll
itritck violently In the [see i'V a swill
hull bounding off tho edge uf i he
matting, the olow being iiifficleni tn
fracture hii right upper jaw I i
wound was Immediately attended   to
lhe i£uebeo   I srcentenai •>•   itampi
will In  ule  within    the    next.    lew
days.    Tiny would have I n out thll
week, but Hun. Mr. Lemieuz   wns not
pleased with one lin- siutiionfics. are
expecting a great rush, ai tho cost ol
the whole let will bo   only   BOj   cents
There will lie no limit i" the Issue
The Hun. F. .1. Fulton, Chief Com
missioner of Landi und Wurks, ol the
province, will make u return    visit    to
Revelstoke tomorrow morning frum
Golden fur  the  purpose  nl   looking
inure   closely    into    the   mailer   of a
.radio bridge over the Columbia river
ai this point.    Mi   I- ii 111 iii will reach
here hy the early train Nu. I
it happened that thu li U, contingent of troops (or the Quebec Tercentenary were aboard tho aaiui train aa
Premier McBride and member! of hia
ciihinet, on Saturday, en mute for
Field alter visiting llevelsloke. At
the request of the Premier, who desired
to wish the soldiers good luck on he-
half of the   province.      Cul. Hall pur.
uihd the contingent on tbe platform
ui lhe (ilacier House station and the
Premier briefly addressed them and
gave them lhu heartiest wishes of
Hticceafl, The men responded with
cheers,
Col •-' rgl James Ilonald left this
week as the representative ni E Co.
I! M.l; , ai the ' nn !■: c tercentenary
celebrations
Included in iin  B.I   si ppleinoiitary
ites   from   the Federal honse al
i iti.i.i i .- (10.000 foi  s new pi -t i ilu-'
at Revelstoke.
I In    h  i-. -    ttU-Ched   t.. a rig cun
. - mti    becoming
frightened at the ightsanddei ration*
on McKenzie I .ei ie on M ad .>
nighi -.'. ed t iolenl Iy, throwing 11 t
tccup i ■- ■ • g, one of s hich i i
Mrs, Friabj heavily ts, the gruund A
doctor si go : se. iiei and .tficr hi i
injuries syer.   attendi  : I      in    wa-    re-
moved to hei own
Tbe first tt isti bi : tin newlj
created ichool district, known as the
Begbie i_choi I District on the east ol
the lllecillewaet nver, adjacent to
Revelstoke, were appointed on -aim
day, ilour nai being Mesari  Mathe
-   .    II    -    Hay, and    M     M     CollingS
Thil district ii the result  nf    * rcii'leiO
frum the Inhabitants til  thai   «■•• ■
where there ar..   a   largi   numbei   ol
children, and    whu    at    proton!    I  I
several miles to vulk tflO-l  'lay   going
to and from the oity n hooli     A mil
able lite lor a   ich< ol   bouse   will  be
ohosen ■• nd the   building  commenced
ai onoe
Social and Personal
Miss BS. Paget .pent tbe weak end at
Salmon Arm.
I. 0, Greene,ol Golden, spent Mon
day m tho city.
A tattoo artist lins located   nn    Mc
l.ciizic Avenue
Ell     Edwards   left    Inst   night on a
visit, to the const.
lhe Hon. F. VV. Aylmer   left,   today
on ii visit to Golden.
If. Floyd is   spending   n   few   days
visiting nt. the coast,
(I. Singer is spending u few  days   in
tne city from the south.
.1. Leslie left this  morning   fur   Lii-
forme Creek, in the Big Hend.
Miss Elsie   Hooley  leaves tomorrow
night on a holidays visil. to the coast.
Mn, J, Ot Tom ol  Golden ipent a
couple of days in the city this week,
This ei
past one
large   en
looked heller if lhe meichanls lind
left the lights burning in their store
windows
hani'i:
fascinating and pleasant
i he Puller rink, drew a
■ ml I.i lhe line music
supplied hy the Independent hand,
dancing wa.   kepi   up   till the small
hours    when    visitors    an I    residents
began io seek tlieir trains and beds
respectively, tired hut happy altera
good day's amuiemont.
Th.-   Orange  demonstration    thus
passes into history, a success, iti  spite
of the rain,    Everything worked without a  hitch, everybody enjtiyiug him-
■ herself,    Tin- number of visit-
•nort of the   estimates, several
points not. fulfilling their promises,
mul .i large number of people being
■I'l-l ul Arrowhead and east
points [i i the reasons previously mentioned, The guest! speak ill high
terms of praise ol   their treatment and
reception   and   tbe Orange promoters
can rest on their laurels, having done
I hcP" wurk   iinl done It  well,
CRICKET.
Visit of the Vernon Valley Club
on the 13th.
Foi tbe second time this year the
. •-,,   , |ob  h«ve had the pleasure nf u
visit Irom this excellent eleven und on
si.i- Occasion tbe win ,„ registered in
!_i   r oi the rbltOfS,
A much itrongei combination came
ip fruit, Vernon and recognising such
goed players us were included in this
Vermin leant which Intnl. onr men so
Irudly lust year, a win for Revelstoke
was doubtful Iroin the start.
Vernon, batting lirst, commenced
well, Pliiipuit and Best tie running up
.'17 for the first wicket. Had several
chances Isscn taken there is little
doubt that the local clnh   would   have
made top scon-.
Certainly the play of Vernon with
Ilic hut. waa worth watching. Shaw
nnd Maley were Isiwling well through'
out. und in tbe early pari, of the game
were uhly siippottcd hy the Mulders,
hut later na the hall got. slippery with
the ruin fielding waa decidedly dillicult
Vernon total reached 111. Shaw took
live wickets lor 66, Maley three lor 88
and Brooks one for _M
The Revelstoke innings commenced
disastrously, seven winkcls actually
falling for .14 tuns. The phty of Field
anil Brier wns remarkable hecilu h ul
the sodileneil bull uud pucli iijnl
eclipsed the veiy line stand made by
Hubble nuil Claylmi fur Vernon.
Once, as the ball wns delimit tl, tin
umpire's shout of "no hal," wus prov
doiitial, for thai ball scattered I'harliuV
wicket, hut the umpire's shotil u-ac ci.
Ilic scorer's ear before the lull rendu i
the wicket, nnd the merry lice lntlin.
again amused the enthusiasm of the
onlookers.
When at, 110, Brier was bottled ij
Morrell, lhe two men had put together
06 runs,and !l uiuie were addul buluie
the finish, making Revelstoke's total
124. S, Hubble took tour wickets fir
30, Sunderland one for 18, Morrell
three for 27 and Lawrence one for L'i.
Umpires, Griffin and Humphreys.
VKUNO.N.
Philpott. b Shaw   2(1
Boat tie, by sluitt    ii
Morrell, 1 n w, b Brooks     2
Clayton, h Shaw   31
S. Hubble, b Maley  37
Lawrence, b Maley . ft
Lefmy, b Shaw   10
E. Hubble, run out         4
Williams, c Bourne, b Shaw     8
Sunderland, b Muley     3
Raymond, not out     0
Extras  20
Total 15ft
KKVKl.STOKK.
Atkins, played on, b Hubble  4
Shaw, b Hubble  9
Bourne, b Hubble  2
Jackson, b Hubble  2
Fleetham, b Morrell  0
Muley, slumped, Lefroy  G
Quin, b Sundcrlund  1
Davi-, c Raymond, b Morrell  lu
Field, nut out  33
Brier, b Morrell  Jti
Brooks, c Williams, h l.aw.ence  .. 0
Extras  21
Total 124
The high set.re prizes presented by
McKinnon's Cigar Store nnd Smythe.
Cigar Store were won by S. Hubble
and W. Brier.
Cricket Club Smoker
On Monday evening a well attended
and heartily enjoyed Smoker was held
by the local Cricket Club in honor of
the viaitois.
Vernon valley tne i bora were present
in force and a jolly evening ol song
and music wus spent.
B R. Atkins, ono of the "beat ohoir.
men of the city, presided, und n continuous entertainment whs the order
ol lhe night.
There were so ninny contributors to
the program that lo remember them
all wns impossible.
W. Veith, us Usual, gave the best
obtainable on the piano, and Mr.
Benttie, of Vernon, wns the slur ol the
night.
• -*\> •
PUBLIC MEETING
To Discuss the Holding of a
Revelstoke Fall Fair
A public nn cling will be held in
the City Hull to-morrow (Thursday)
at .Sn'clock for the purpose of discuss
ing preliminary arrangements for the
holding of lhe Full Fair iu the city
Ibis yeur. The public may remember
that the Agricultural A-suoiat. nt bus
evolved out ol the Turf Association by
publio wish, and ns the holding of an
annual fair will benefit all parties
alike, uud as time is getting short, it
is necessary that active steps he taken
to make n commencement, All the
citi/.ons und residents interested in
the welfare of tho city uud in the
holding of un exhibition ure requested
to attend,at the City Hall to-morrow
night. This is it highly Important
mailer nnd thu whole city should co
operate.
Great Timber Combine
St. laillts, Mu.. July 14.—F, E.
Weyerheauiser. mu of Frederick E.
WeyerheailSier, reputed the richest
man in the United States, was to-day
appointed chairman of a permanent
committee chosen by n conference of
yellow pine lumbermen  In    work   out
the dual details in organising a merger
ol timber i wimrs and    lumber   manii-
aoturari.
The plan adopted by lhe conference
lor the big holding corporation provides fur approximately  1800,000,000
capital
_»-
NOTICE
All those having accounts against
It, 0 L. Celebration Cnmmitteeu,
kindly mail same before Friday, July
17th, so lhat all ncconnta may Im
settled  promptly.
T STEAD, Tress.
-—-■i-  .. .,» m „_____
Spongei—ill ilia mi., quality-**!
O     I.       Mill ill.Inl III-
RE-SOLVED
That You will be taken/ Cf?
Your feet when Yoo see
THE BARGAIN/ S
VE NOW OFFER
BUSTER BROWNJl
(Drvtl.NT   tt»_   IT T«f  H.  -_ti- B   _
17      TAKEN 'OTFvoOK FEfT.
YOU WILL FIND THAT WHAT WE
OFFER YOU A.S BAR.GAIN.5 ARE THE
REAL THING. OUR PRICED ARE ALWAYS
THE LOWE.ST AND WE ONLY KEEP GOOD
GOOD,S. WE WANT To CLEAR OUT OUR
.SUMMER STOCK AND YOU CAN MAKE
MONEY 5Y SPENDING IT HERS*
Qrt  D/\p Pon _■   ft __■   ^ur  w'10'e s,ock °i White
__.ll   rcr l/Clll. Ull   Underweur.     This   is   all
new, fresli stock and you cannot find a nicer lot in town.
9R Por Pant flff A" Children'8 H,as "ni1
UxJ  I  CI    VCIIl    Ull   Bonnet., Waeh Coal,   and
Dresses nnil Lawn Blouses,
OO   i   o   t\U    ^"    Ladies'   Coats, Wusli   Suits  nnd
66 i 3 (Jit 8kirte.
Children's Barefoot S.induls,—7/ic. per pair.
WASH GOODS
We arc offering very low prices on all Summer lines of
goods, as well as many staple lines. Come in and see how
low priced our goods are.
oMcLennan's^
McKenzie Avenue.
PALACE
RESTAURANT
A   H. SINQ, Proprietor
Board by week       S5.0O
Single   meals as a.
McKenzie   Avenue
All Kinds of Summer Underwear
Men's Fine Light Weight  Cashmere   Underwear—
All wool $1.00, 1.25, 1.50 EACH
Men's Balbriggan Mesh   Underwear,  mads  of  hnl-
hriggan, :,' length sleeves—90C. EACH
Men's   All    Silk    Underwear,   Pull    Fashioned
Selling here now for—$3.50 KACH
Men's Hiilliriggan Underwear, line Kgyptian double
thread gunge - - 65C. KACH
Hoys' Pine Balbriggan Underwear from 25c, to 50c.
McRAE MERCANTILE CO.. LTD.
IF THE CLASS LOOKS TOO BIG
heller not say a word till you have
drank tbe aodu we aerve you. Then
you'll only wish it hud been bigger
and that you could bold more. For
if there is a perfectly satisfying, delicious drink on the earth it i. a glaaa
of our famous sodu. Stop and have
at leaat one If your capacity were
etpial tn your deiire you would want
a dozen.
's Candy Palace
NOTICE
ilm klhtok.: Land Dibtiuot
DlHTIlll-r UK  VVl.HT  KotlTBNAY
TAKK NOTICE lhat I, -iiuiuel
James Hallow, nl Nakusp, 1). 11., occupation, funnel', Intends IO apply l'or
lii'iiiiissiou lo purchase the following
ilesi lilted hind •
( uiiiuicnt inn ut a post planted at a
I ii ii 11 f twenty lUU chuins east of u point
eighty chains smith of lhe southwest
OOllier of Lot No. K.llll; thence south
III chains, Ihence easl 10 chain., thence
north HI chains, Ibence west 10 chains,
tu point >>r commencement mid con-
tabling otu-  hundred  und sixty t linn
lU'tei inure or less,
(flgd) Samuhl Jambs Harlow,
Haled July II. 1908,
Atlll SALK-Utey   luuse,    in   good
.'    condition,  weight Hi"., general
puipose hoists  and   liuvelei,    fun    he
used   single,    double,   or   pack,   very
-iiong,   well   built,    reliable.   Price,
.Iffi.     Apply.''. T. Abey,  Camborne,
Et, <:.
WANTKI)-Ki.r   Htisco  school,   a
female   Icuchei   holdinu  third
11 ertillcute;   %"i\ per month.    Fur full
particulars apply tn It. Tappiko, of
Ftevelltoke. II. (' . also to Trustee 11.
I Atchison, Brlsoo, B. V.
r
j.
SBE
G. BARBER'S
$5.00
CLOCKS
TRY ONK
FULLY GUARANTEED
R. R. WATCH INSPECTOR  .
____-______-_-_--__----_----------_--_________™.^_^-'
Rubber sealer rings, good   new  rubber, sold at C. R. Macdonald1!.
Root beer extracts, Persian  Hherbe.l,
etc., sold at C, R. Macdonald's,

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