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Array " Empire " Typewriter
Kor ense of operation and perfection
in rcHtiltn produced, thin niacbine
iB unsurpassed.    Price, $00 00 Cash.
Interior Publishing Co.,   ■   Agents
The Mail-Herald
Visiting Cards
A\ Specialty
Interior Publishing Company
Printers and Publishers
Vol. 15.-No
F'r'OTinc'Jal  Mbrary
REVELSTOKE. B. C. MAY 26- 1901)
$2.50 Per Year
C. B. Hume & Co., Ltd
Stores at Arrowhead anil Revelstoke.
Cool Comfort
Clothes
"QUALITY"
The  warm  weather is
here; no need to deter long
er   buying    your    Summer
Clothing.
Men's Two piece Summer Suits, 201I1 Century,
dark grey and navy flannels,
skeleton lined, braced shoulder and lapels, unbreakable
fronts,   all  the  new touches
al
$18 and 20
Men's Two-piece tweed
suits, _2Cth Century, mixed
tweed, skeleton lined, all the
new touches at
$7
Mens Crey and Blue
Flannel Trousers, lhe washable summer kind, thoroughly tailored
$2.75
C. B. HUME  & CO.,   LIMITED
Stores at Revolstoke and Arrowhead.
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BRIGHTEN   UP
This is the Benson of the yeai' that the good housekeeper wants to brighten up the home, Kiilsoiiiine some
rooms, Varnish tbe woodwork, Paint the floors. Varnish
Stain some pieces ol the furniture, Enamel the beds or the
lititlis, Kegild the picture frames. We are best able to
supply .ill these wants, we cater for the trade, and we
carry the goods that give the satisfaction.
Agate wall finish, Alabastine, Whiting, House paint,
Floor paint, all ready tor the brush. Asplnall's Enamels,
B. A. P. Enamels for bath or woodwork. Baplac Varnish
stains. Ironite Varnish stains. Lacqtieret in all colors.
Berry Bins, house varnishes, Liquid Granite f jr flloors or
oilcloth. Varnish for furniture, Hoors, boats or carriage..,
all for all inside work.
Painters Supplies in all lines and at prices that cannot
be beat, give us a chance to quote you, we can save you
money. Leave your orders for work with us and we will
send you a man and guarantee that he will give you the
liest of goods.
Lawrence Hardware Co., Limited
TINSMITHINC. PLUMBING        ELEOTRIOWORK
►ooo<
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Office—Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Authorized
Capital Paid Up
Rest
$10,000,000.00
5,000,000.00
5,000,000.00
Branches OT Agents at all principal points in'Canada.
Agents in Great Britain and United stales   London, England,
Lloyds Bank, Limited. Chicago—First National Bank, Coin Exchange Nalional Bank. Seattle—Seat tie National Bank, Ban Fran-
cisco—Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank. Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of $1 and upward,   received, and  interest allowed at
current rate front date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branoh—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
big an IIT
40
Fer  Cent  Discount for   Cash
40
UNTIL THE END Ol'   THE MONTH
MRS.  A.  O.  CRICK
First   Street     •      Opposite   Windsor   Hotel
EMPIRE DAY
LOCALLY
Sports Under Railway Y. M.
C. A. Enjoyed by Crowds.
—The List of Winners in
Events.
The -J4tb bere will long be reinem-
beied as one ol the beet days for sports
that has ever dawned upon Revelstoke.
A light breeze and a warm sun helped
to make it an ideal day in which to
break recorda and have a good time.
The Y.M.C.A. grounds were busy all
day long.
At 10:30 a.m. the Intermediate
baseball players put it over tbe old
timers by the score ol 8 to 0 alter a
bard game.
At 1:30 the tield Bports commenced
with tbe 100 yard dash. Williamson
non in 12 seconds with K. McRae a
good second.
Running bigh jump—1 Lefeaux 5ft.,
2 Crowe, 1ft. lOin.
In tbe relay race Cameron's team
won with Hope's team a good second.
Running broad jump—Crowe 16ft.
10in., Freeman 16ft. 8iu.
Pole vault—Crow 8f;. 9in,, Freeman
8ft. 6in
Shot put—Freeman 30ft. 6io., Duncan 30ft.
Potato race—1 K. McR.ie, 2 Williamson.
Hurdle race—1 E. Cameron, 2 Williamson
Five mile race—1 Palmer, 27 min
Haycock did not finish.
Fifty yard dash—1 Matheson, 7 4-5
sec; 2 Daniels, 8 sec.
Running high jump—M, Anderson
and F. Lyttle tied for lirst place.
Sack race—I S Sampson, 2 E. Hob-
bins.
Wheoibarrow race—1 Sampson and
Robbins;  2 (j. Woodland and Daniels
Relay race—1 High Bcbool team; 2
Methodist Church team.
Junior lacrosse game—Employed
boys v Schools, won by Schools.
In summing up the day's Bports the
following were the best performances:
Crowe iu the pole vault, Lefeaux in tbe
jump, Cameron in tbe hurdles and the
junior bigb jump which was taken by
Andercon and Lyttle at 4ft. 6in.
Young \V. McLean gave them a hard
run and is entitled to great credit lor
bis mark ol 3ft. 1 lin. considering that
ue is only about 4ft. high himself.
The candy scramble provoked mucb
mirth and who would believe tbat
Revelstoke boasted so many children.
The live-mile race went toC. Palmer
in tbe good time of 27 minutes. Hay
cock of Malakwa unfortunately conld
not finish having become suddenly.
He is a good sport and it is hoped to
see him bere again.
The lacrosse game wound up tbe
day's sport and everyone went borne
satisfied with a good afternoon's
enjoyment
CRICKETERS' FIELD DAY
Local Batters Hold the Scores
Against Rivals
The visiting and local cricketers
bud a lied day on Monday with all
the apparent luck or good play turning in fuvor ol the locals. While tbe
scores appear below, au extended gen
i-ral description of tbe play will appear
in tbe Maii.-Hi.hai.ii on Saturday
Tbe scores and players show up
according to tbe tables below:
KIHST  1NXIKOS  OK  KAMLOOI'B
E. H. Drummond b Maley  0
T. Calloway,c Maley, b Fleetham. 16
G. Cunningbanie b Maley  2
M. H. Vernon b Fleetham  3
H. folding run out  10
(J. Pragnell b Maley  0
G. R. Longworth b Maley  21
W.J. Pearson b Brooker  12
C. Norris c Jackson b Maley  2
C. Hallding not out  0
F. J. Cheadle h Brooker   0
Bves  4
Wides  1
Total     71
UKST INMXIIS OK llliVKLSTOKE
Field b Longworth  II
Bourne c Pragnell b Vernon  10
Brooker c Longworth b Vernon .. 13
Brier c Pragnell b Vernon  1
Jackson b CunniDgbainc  10
Foster c Pragnell b Vernon  0
Maley c and b Vernon  17
Fleetham c Folding b Longworth. 18
Atkiue b Cunuingliame  14
Annan b Cunniughame  0
BarneB not out  1
Byes  8
Legjbyes  1
Wides  2
No balls  1
Total  105
KAMLOOPS BKOOND ISNISus
Pearse b Jackson  0
Longworth b Jackson    II)
Pragnell b Jackson  3
Folding c Fleetham b Foster .... 6
Vernon l.b.w. FoBter  1
Cunuingliame b Jackson  8
t'allowiiy b Jackson     5
Drummond b Floetbaiu  4
Norris c Foster b Jackson  5
Hallding not out  2
Cheadle b Fleetham     1
Byes '  8
Total      61
Howling—1st. innings ol Revolstoko.
Cunningbanie 18 overs, 44 runs, 'A
wickets, 2 maidens; Longworth, 10
overs, 4 maidens, 16 runs, 2 wickets.
Vernoo, 12 overs, 3 inaidenB, 211 runs,
5 wickets; Longworth, no ball; Cunningham (?) 2 wides.
Bowling, lit. innings, Kamloops—
Maley 10 overs, 1 maiden, 26 runs, 5
wicktts; Fleetham 6 overs, 26 runs, 2
wicketa; Bier 2 overs, 11 runH; Brooker, 2 overs, 1 maiden, 2 runa, 2 wkt» ,
1 wide.
Bowling, 2nd. innings, Kamloops;—
Jackson, 11 overs, 5 maidens, 20 runs,
6 wickets; Foster, 6overs, 2 maidens,
14 runs, 2 wickets; Brooker, 6 overs,
3 maidens, 6 rune; Fleetha ti, 2 overs,
1 maiden, 1 run, 2 wicketa.
lu the liiiuls Revelssoke against
Vernon scored a majority of 41 runs,
wbile the digits in Vernon'B credit
tallied 36.
Tbe usual custom in counting
cricket scores, as tbe game is often a
slow one, is to allow the winner of the
first innings tbe second io a contest.
This occurred on Monday and Revelstoke got tbe award as against Kamloops on a count of time.
The matches were not exciting at
any time but were witnessed each
afternoon by a large number of friends
of the players, The occasions were
both dignified and made more than
usually enjoyable by tbe Berving of
tea and light refreshments by the
hostesses ou each occasion.
Empire Day Shoot
In common with other celebrators
of Empire Day the Revelstoke Guu
Club had an afternoon outing, during
which tbey enjoyed a shoot at tbe new
traps on tlieir range. The day was
ideal for marksmanship and nine of the
crack shots who bad not been tempted
out of tbe city by the excursions to
other points pinked the birds. Barber
and Sturdy were a tie on the firBt
count, Sturdy winning out in tbe
shoot oil'.   The score was as below i
J. G  Barber     18
W. A. Sturdy     18
A. J. MeDonell     17
VV. M. Lawrence       14
J. Devine         10
C. R Skene       8
H. B. Stonex       5
Dr. Sutherland      5
G. 8. McCarter       4
The usual Wednesday evening shoot
will take place today.
Practice Shoot E Co. R. M. R.
It could hardly be supposed tbat
the members of "E" Co., R.M.R,
bearing as they do so significant a
relationship to the suggestiveness of
Empire Day would forget to remember
it in fitting relaxition. They did not
and at their practice shoot which, by
the way, "made the welkin ring," tbe
following points were Bcored both in
ordinary and long ranges :—
Rank Name
Corp. A. Dtilf	
Sgt. G. Garner	
Pte. A. Allen	
Pie. H. Mullhollaiid.
Col. Sgt. J. Donald
Pte S. Young	
Corp. K. Bennison.
Lieut. A. Grant	
Pte. .1. Meek	
Pte. P. Griffiths...
Pie. W. Aldiidge...
Lieut. I'. A. Haite.
Pie. A, Pitskins	
Pie. H. dimming  ,
lians'i.
Ninim
K)0
Ml
6U0
Total
24
2D
24
77
28
■21
17
72
•'.->
28
18
71
'2D
10
25
(54
21
22
21
flt
22
20
Ki
21
2(1
18
IHI
•_••>
20
in
O.)
21
17
18
51
IS
211
8
40
21
HI
15
4l»
22
20
5
47
111
12
(1
:t7
20
18
4
:r,
IK MAY
21
SOU
OHO
num
Total
Col. Sgl. Dniiiild ....211 15 17 (il
Pie. W, H. Allen....IU 18 18 II)
Pie. S. Young     7 11) 11 37
Pie. XV. Aid ridge.... 20 5 IS 84
Corp. A. DiilT.,    4 11) — 23
Excursion to Enderby
A large number ol excursionists left
on the early morning train destined
for Etiderby on Monday. The day
wae ideal and the train schedule was
carried out but tbe time allowed by
tbe schedule for the local visitors to
remain at Enderby was not long
enough for an ideal day's sport, in tbe
way of a contest between tbe rivals
from two cities who bad to travel bo
far to reach each other.
In tbe lacrosse contest Revelstoke
beat Armstrong by four to two, but in
the baseball contest the home team
fell down the count out being ten to
seven in lavor of Enderby,
Minto Cup Stays at the Coast
It is old news at tbis time ol publication (or every sporting man in tbe
province knows tbat the Minto cup
will stay in British Columbia but
every patriot will experience a sense
of satisfaction at tbis knowledge. Tbe
descriptions of the contest at the oosst
which leaves the Westminster boys the
winners bave already been read by
everybody who takes any interest in
such matters.
It is said that the Keginiis or so-
called 'All Stars" did not even put up
a fight and that those* familiar with
the tactics of the game thought Irom
the outset tbat they were afraid of the
result. Tbe sport was in no way
markek by spirit and the results were
accordingly.
Much might be written in the de
Bcription of such a game but no written description can equal or enthuse
as a witnessing of the actual contest
and it will please the reador hest to
say at this date that tbe total goals in
the series netted Westminster 18 ami
Region 6.
CONDENSED
TELEGRAMS
Phenomenal Sale Prices of
Prince Rupert Lots—Syria
Wants Home Rule—Extreme
Cold Weather in the East.
BERLIN, May 25.—Despatches just
received Irom Syria state that the
situation is most Berious. The autonomy movement is gaining ground
while home rule is tbe watchword.
The troopB at Damascus refuse to
recognize Mehmed aB Sultan. Tbe
villagette ol Adana iB quiet, but a general uprising is feared.
St. Johns, Nild., May 25.—The
harbor is blockaded by ice and no
vessels have entered or left since yeB-
terday.
Vancouver, May 25—The lirst day's
auction ot Frince Rupert townsite lots
was a great success, the value sold for
the day being $375,000. Two thousand people attended tbe sale and the
bidding was keen. Two lots on the
corner of McBride and Second avenue
brought $16,500 and tbe average price
of lots wae $2600.
Fire Company Picnic
The members of No. 1 Fire Company with tbeir wives, sweethearts and
fiiunds, spent a delightful half day on
Monday afternoon picnic ng on tbe
grounds between tbo agricultural area
and tbe water Iront, Not only did
they and their youngsters indulge in
the usual games and sports, but, as
might be expected, tbe evening was
made glad by the serving ol a sumptuous repast Irom the ladies ol the
oo in pany.
HOSPITAL BENEFIT
Amateur Dramatic Club Makes
Hit on Monday Night
The members of the Revelstoke
Amateur Dramatic Club were yesterday and to-day receiving congratulations ol their friends on the success ol
their presentation of "All the Comforts
of Home" as a hospital benefit on
Monday night. The presentation of
the comedy was in every way credit
able and the congratulations are
deserved. The attendance at the opera
house was large and as creditable to
the people of Revelstoke as the production itself.
While tbe playlettc can scarcely be
dignified with the name of a comedy
proper, it would he equally improper
to say that there is no plot. Tbe lover
of ligbt comedy waits witb interest at
the drop of tbe curtain in each act for
tbe rise on the new revelations, The
caste bad evidently caught this spirit
in staging and performing the play,
(or there was vim aud spirit in the
opening sentences un beginning each
aot. Tbe members of the club presenting tbe play wera somewhat
handicapped by the fact tbat tbe caste
calls for a large number of characters
while most of the time only a few of
these occupy tbe stage. There was,
however, a smoothness of flow in the
dialogue tbat waB delighttul to listen
to aud the memory work was so uearly
perfect that ita excellency should be
mentioned.
There were spirited parts in each
act and it was apparent that theai
were not lost sight of by the perform
ers. Wbile it would be a delight to
analyze tbe characterizations of each
of those taking part, the limitations ol
space make this impossible. In tin
case of several of tbe artistes and
artists one would bave liked to Bet
them iu heavier rolea. The nature ol
the play allowid little latitude for tin
portrayal of strong emotion or nittura;
paasion, but where there was oppor
tiinity lor these, the most was made ol
the situation.
In an extended critique many things
might be said that would relied the
apparent sentiment of the audience as
to the merit of the performance, but it
is conceded to have been the best yei
put on by the local club. As in ever)
city of the size of Revelstoke there if
latent histrionic talent and this should
be encouraged whenever the members
ol an amateur club go to tbe trouble
and expense ol preparing tor such n
production. The audience last Mon
day night was not demonstrative, but
it was appreciative, and the lack ol
demonstration evidently arose from a
ouriosity to sec whether tbe players
would acquit themselves with mon
than usual credit.
The staging was good and credit
is reflected on the stage director.
Mention must bo made also ol tin
piiinislic renditions though it was a
pity tbat a lew stringed instruments
could not have been added to the
musical equipment.
Altogether Revelstoke need not
blush for ber Dramatic Club antl
many a good dollar has been paid in
metropolitan cities to witness a per
(ormance iu no way more creditable
to the performers than that of Mon
day.
Reginas Will Play Here
The Itegina "All Stars" who wen
deieated at New Westminster on Mon
duy at the championship lacrosse
game played there will not only givi
lhe local lacrosse players a chance to
display their skill but will endeavor to
teach them a few things about the
game on their return trip. Arrangements have been made tor lhe. Itegiuiu-
to stay over and play a game on the
grounds here on Monday, M ty 31, at
5:30 iu the afternoon. Aiiiioiiiicenienl
of the lineup and players will be made
in   the   Sni unlay issue ol   the Mmi,-
Herald.
A Fugitive from Justice
John Carlquist, a taloonmsn ol
Gubleman, is a lugitive Irom justice
with murder on his soul, according to
the Creston Review, which states that
Carlquist was accused by a hoarder ol
being rolled. Carlquist, it is stated,
shot tho man and draggod his body to
a nearby saloon. The act waa witnessed and the alleged murderer  tied.
BOURNE BROS,
New Seeds, Garden Tools
Wire Fencing    McOlary's Stoves
Crockery, Glassware
Builders'   Hardware
Sherwin-Williams' Paints
Choice Groceries
BOURNE  BROS.
Groceries        Hardware        Harness       Plumbing
|f^i Jftx. Swell Dresser
^we&rs the
"8W«I I B^esser"
*»*M.*      RajinVS.
Io get tlie right clothes  must you not go
to the right place?
We   sell   clothes   with no cotton   in the
cloth.
Just now you perhaps wish a light weight
suit to celebrate in.
Vou i;an get right into one ol our two
piece suits and wear it away with one of our
negligee shirts, anu as for straw hats we have
them for men or boys.
Fit Reform Clothing
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
HRAD   OPFICE, TORONTO
ESTABLISHED   184?
b. b. Walter, Pnsid.nt l Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000
AliXAOTDi LAIKD, G«neriHUn»ger    Reserve Fund,   -     6,000,000
TRAVELLERS'  CHEQUES
TIm new Traveller-*' Cheques recent!) i"*ued by thn Bank Are a most roarventant
mxy In which to carry money when travelling)    I hey are issued in denomination* at
$10,  $20, $50,  $100 and $200
and tha exact amount payable In Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France,
Germany, Great llritain. Holland, Italy, Norway, Russia, Sweden
and Switzerland ll Staled on the lacs of each cheque, while in other
tWy ara payable at current rates.
Tbe cheque* and all information regarding tbem may he obtained at
at the Bank. Uii
REVELSTOKE   BRANCH —A.    H.    ALLEN.    MQR.
Took Their Pictures
before buying them, .More truth
tliiin fancy In thia, us Heef. I .mui..
Veal, etc., must "look pretty" in
many ways before the experienced
butcher, In justice to the public,
\\ ill HCCeptof meats. It takes yettis
nl experience in handling to know
what "pretty" In meat means.
Our Meat Market
i- iterfectly equipped to Bervemeat
in fine condition- -ice chests to keep
the right temperature, sanitary
surroundings, no poisonous odor,
Quick delivery from our lee-cheats
lo yours, Heel, Veal, Lamb, etc.,
al pleasing pliers.
Maundrell   Meat   Market
Sausages and Cooked Meat* a Specialty
Through a hitherto   unknown  put-
in tho valley ol the Squamitb river, a '
railway grade ol 1.6 per cent, has been \
discovered, survoyed and located. Thii
low  grade  is the  maximum  enisling
frnm tidowater on Howe Bound   to the |
town ol Lillooet, a   distance  of  124'
milee. Vancouver capitalists have
purchased all the available property
iu this district, including water
frontage, ami work will be pushed
iiui- summer to complete the
line to Lillooet. The money is already guaranteed. THE MAIL HERALD, REVELBTOKE, B. C.
Zbc flfoaiMbc valfc.
FOBUSEKO WKliNKsiiAY AND
-ATl'HllAV   AT
REVELSTOKE. B.   C.
jntcrior pubttsbing company,
MURPHY & FISHER
Barristers, Solicitors,   Etc.
O T T A \V A
Supreme and Exchequer Court
Agents. Practice in Patent
Otlice    and   befoie    Kailway
Commission.
ll'.N. ClIAKLBS MlKI'lll, Ml'-
HakiiI.I' PlSHBB.
HARVEY, MoOARTBR
AND PINKHAM,
BABB18TKBB, BOU01TOB8, ETC.
CmOKS!    lMI'EKIAL  I   INK   111 111.IMi KKVbl.-
BIUKIC, U. C.
Money to loan. .       ,   .,  ,
ufflcc-i Kevelwolte, H I     < ranbruow, it i.
Una. =. McCaktkk
m.  M.   I'INKIIAM
lli-wlnoliu.
J. A.   IlAKVKV.
I'liuihi-ook. ll. (
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ILL1AM I. BRIGGS
Barrister
Solicitor, etc.
S .licit.u fui-i-
TllK CANADIAN  BANK UK OoMMBKUB,
Tub M0WON8 Hank, Ktc
FIRST ST.,   -   RKVBLSTOKK. B.O,
OBERT SMITH
li'
Provincial Land Surveyor,
Mining Surveyor
Engineering
McKenzib Avenue,
Hox 106, Rkvklbtoke
C.  W.  O- W.
Mountain Viow Camp, No. MS
Meet, ggl agd *££ —«
JOHN CARLSON, Uou. Com.
J. MclNTVMK, Ulerk.
BEVELSTOKE AEKIE No. Mi
F. O. E.
Th, regular meeting nre hold in the Selkirk
\\. fc.' tloLAl/lWK BhOHBTAIlV.
~ieotei>ayLo<l«o,No.i5,A; f. «. A. M.
Tim regular mflol-
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V       MASOMl TK.Ml'LK
'Wl   OiIiIIdHow.- IIhII, (id
'/   U10 ttiinl Mi.ii.l«> in
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-., in. Visitiugbreth"
ren   oordlally   wel-
Cl'ino-
0. A. I'KOCL'NIKK. HKCHRTAKY.
SELKIRK LODGK     0.12, I. U, O. F.
Meets every Thors
day evening  In  Hei
l kirk Hull nt 8 o'clock
  |VlsttIng brethren lire
cordially invited lo attend.
W. A. POOTE.N.G. JAS   MATHIE.i-KC
Cold Range Lodge, K. of P.
No. 16, Revelstoke, B. C.
BKT8 uVB&t  WEUNESDAV,
—. except Until Wednesday 01
each mouth, in ' rt iddleUoWB'
Hall at s u'clicl. Vlsitine
Knight* arc cirHially invited.
T.  P.   .SMITR, C. C,
0. H. BROCK  K. nt R   A S.
J_ H. SCOTT. 11. of K.
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CLARKE MORRISON, D.D.S.
DENTIST
KElTHBLK.     NORTH VANCOl'VER
Zbc flfoatWIberalfc
UNI_ON'*i-''-L*SiL '
There is so triucl, had in the beat ol n
Ana so much Rood in the w,.r-t ol n ■■
That il hardly helmon,:- any of u-.
To talk ab-.ilt the re-l ,,l U-.
WEDNESDAY,  MAV   26 L908
expect that it would." We think
such an admission curries its obvious meaning and excuses the
somewhat warm criticism which
this paper indulged in. Both papers agree however in saying that
it makes nu difference anyway as
the C.P.R. will determine what
action is taken irrespective of the
opinions or preferences of the peo-1
pie of llevelsloke. With ihis we j
cordially agree and will go further'!
and say that the.railway company
will (Hit its shops where it pleases
without regard to the preference of
the people of Kamloops. This
being the case the only rellection
which it occurs to us to innke is
that, in spite of the unprecedented
devolopment of the region round
about that city the Kamloops hoard
ol trade must lind time hang heavily on its hands, or else the appointment of useless ...committees is
done just for pastime.
Jt remains however fur the Observer, a paper which we believe ie
now printed in Revelstuke to champion the Kamloops action and by
an ingenious method lind an excuse
for the Kamloops board. As the
editorial of the Observer is unusually lengthy for that papes only
its salient features are dealt with.
It makes a vicious attack on a
leading citizen who has fallen under the ban of its displeasnre. It
slates that Kamloops is only retaliating for some action of the
local buard of trade in adopting a
committee report urging "the Canadian Northern to build through
the Columbia and Okanagan valleys (to Vancouver) instead of the
Thompson valley and Kamloops."
It would appear from this lugic
that Kamloops is amply and fully
justified in resenting the effort of
lhe Kevelstoke people to get the
Canadian Northern through to the
coast by way of this city but Revelstuke, forsooth, must not resent
the action of Kamloops in attempting to loot the city of its chief industrial asset. It has ceased to be
true then that what is sauce for
the gander. We opine that lhe
Kamloops people will not seriously
appreciate the helping hand held
out in so friendly a way hy the
local weekly paper.
What the business men ol Revel-
stake will think uf a paper that
depends upon them fur patronage
and draws its life blood out of tlieir
support and yel hastens to assure
Kamloops of its sympathy is a
question which we shall not attempt to answer. Perhaps it is
because the Observer wus, until so
recently, printed and published in
Kamloops that it has not yet
adapted itself to its purest air. It
is unfortunate however that elements uf personal dislike should so
strongly dominate an editorial
sanctum. Editors should be able
at all times to look up and down .1
street without seeing through blue
goggleB.
THK  KAMLOOPS CASK
Last week the M.ui -H1_.1tAi.11 took
occasion to criticise the spirit and
action of the Kamloops board of
trade in appointing a committee I 1
press upon the otiiciale of the C.P.
R. the removal of the railway shops
frum Revelstoke to that city, \\ e
Imd hoped that there wus an erron-
on- report in the Kamloops papers
announcing the (act but ther- is
no longer any doubt as to it- truth,
both the Kamloops journal; restal
ing and one ui them defending the
action. The main contention oft
this paper in the premises was that
it is an unneighborly net un the
piirt of a sister city and that it is!
at variance with the spirit ol the
west. The Sentinel however, while
•idmittiiiji that such a course is in
bad taste goes itself better in asserting that "there is no serious crime
in any city trying to better itr condition even at the expense ..I
another." We hope this sentiment
is not prevalent among the people
of Kamloops aud that it does not j
reflect the spirit of its board oft
trade, British Columbia is big and
wealthy enough in natural resources for all her cities and, if the
Kamloops papers are to be believed
the neighborhood of that city is
particularly prodigal of such. The
Sentinel admits that Revelstoke
peuple "naturally resent" the efforts
made 11.1 remove the shops but is
otherwise weak in its defence of its
Local boai 1 1 be Standard Btating
ih . ' bii •) iper nn,-. not accept in
a eery kindly spirit the board's
action   confesses   that   it   'did nott
Six   Roomed   House with Plumbing,    Price $1550,    Rent
si 17.50 per month.
House,  six   rooms,  on   Third   Street.     Price S'2100.    Rent
if'JO per month.
Good buy in Lots 23 aud 21, Block   11, on comer of Fifth
and Robson Avenue.    Price S-I50.
Two good  buys  in  Lots  21   and 22, Block 22, just east of
Queen's Hotel.    Priee !?750.
Two good Luts on Eighth Street and corner of  Orton   Ave.,
100 x 100.    Price $850.
Six Boomed House, Furnished, on   Sixth   Street,  improved
ground.    Price $11500.    House and Lots only $3250.
Double   House, renting for $30 per month, for sale at $2750.
REVELSTOKE GENERAL AGENCIES, Ltd.
company's directors, hut beyond
such interest in the business attempts no dictation. The Interior
Publishing Company employs a
competent staff and then leaves the
members of that staff to attend to
their respective duties. But in this
connection it is pertinent to ask:
" If the M.\ii,-lli:i<Ai,msMcCarter's
paper, whose paper is the Observer ?"    We pass it up.
Lowery, in the Greenwood Ledge,
says : " The man who allows a
board of trade to run his business,
will land in the hands of a sheriff."
We would respectfully ask the
city of Kamloops "what do yon
know about that ?."
WANTED—A powerful microscope to lind the man witb the host
who is so badly needed tn sprinkle
the streets. What is the use of
trying lo lind out whether there
are canals in Mars when there is no
moisture down here ?
A comfortable rellection results
from the fact that there are no
willingly idle men in the city.
Occasionally a "Weary William"
occurs, but not often. To the
credit oi the railroad men it should
be slated lhat Uiis class of traveller is discouraged. Transient travel
is increasing, and in common with
the other prospering cities of the
province, Revelstoke is experi
encing its summer revival of trade.
The increase in the number ol new
dwellings is a fair indication of
what is taking place.
UMPIRE DAY
The Calgary Herald in 1 ommon
with many other papers. Bays aage
things   about   the  obseri am e     ii
Umpire I lay     We quote in p iri
" The lady, .1  II..miIton lad
believe,  ivho suggested   lhe  trans-
forme lion of the queen's  lur'b
into Empire day did her countr
service even greater than probti
she   realized   al   the   time.     *be
1 banged   th ucrete  into I bi
stract . iur personal devotion to
her late majesty became ,1 devotion
lu the principles uf government and
■ ode of morals ivhn.li Victori i represented. Umpire day has perpetuated the influence oi Britain's
great queen and has solidified her'
personal attributes into a national
ideal toward wbicli lhe greater
Britain of to-da) must alw 1 -
strive.''
Now that photo-engravings ol
Sir Wilfrid Laurier and Hon R.
McBride are being used to adorn
advertisement! ot soda biscuits, the
"prominence" ol huth gentlemen in
assured.—(Ireenwood Ledge.
The Observer calls the Mail-
Hi rai i- U.S. McCarter's paper and,
apart from the fact that it would
he no great crime lur Mr. McCarter
to own a live newspaper, insinuates
that lhe editorial policy of the
Mail-Herald is dictated or influenced by him. It is due to Mr
McCarter as well at to the present
editor ol this paper to state that in
no way is Ihere ground (or such an
insinuation which iu, to say the
least, ungentlemanly, Wo believe
Mr. McCarter is a modest shareholder in the Interior Publishing
Company which publishes Ibe
Mail-Hi iialu and is   one of the
Arrowhead Hospital Dance
The annual dunce held in aid ol the
Alexander hospital, Arrowhead, on
Friday, May 21at, io the Lightburne
hall, was the greatest success of the
season.
A large and happy crowd danced to
the music supplied by the Arruwheud
orchestra. The steamer l'iper irum
Comaplix brought dancers frum Cam-
borne, Beaton and Comaplix, while
Mra. Holten Messrs. Edward and
Robinson, Messrs. Chas. Macl'onald,
Kemp and Dr, Hamilton represented
Revelstoki
At   lli30   1   lumptuotJ   . .i.cii  of
flee .1-' ind ice cream was served
and dancing again continued until a
Ian- ii
I.-   : wishes 1   loans evei
for  their 11 arty support in  the whole
. fs       I ie proceeds ■     goto bdy an
- gen   1.11.k tor  dm   in  Arrowhead
*   ■-        i. ■., get oilier acces
iei ol benefit to 'he comtnonitj.
Race Assimilation
Vice-niiiiur.il Botokiebi Uriu ..I the
lapanene ruivy who ia eti route to
Imerica to viait tlie naval academy
it Annapolis, gave an interview to tbe
Hawaii Hhinpo, a local Japanese newspaper, ui which he advised bis ci nn
trynienm Hawaii to make every ■ id irt
to'become good American oltitens II.
aaid he believed it wise for lapanesi
iiniigraiitii wherever they may go after
leaving Japan p. ansimilate the social
antl scorn mie customs ol the pe. plea
among which they eaat their  lot
Certificate of Improvements
FOR SALE
FIVE  ACRES  Suitable
for Market Garden
and Raising Fowl
Close to City Limits
THREE AORES Cleared
House and Hen Coups
Price $1500
SiMponlrd Street
SEVEN ROOMED HOUSE
PRICE $1500.00
I. X. L. and Silver Pick minora!
claims, situate in the Trout Lake
Alining Division of West Kootenay
district.
Where located, between the north
nul south folks of Lardo Creek.
Take notice lhat I Catherine Florence Ueatty, of Vancouver, B.C., Free
Miner's Oertilicate No. B 1817(1, Intend
sixty tlavs from tlate hereof, to apply
to the Mining Recorder for a certilicate of improvements for the purpose
of obtaining Crown Rrauts of the
above claims.
And further take notice that action
under Section H7 must he commenced
before the issuance of such Certificate
of Improvements,
Dated   this  twenty seventh day  of
May, A.D, 10011.
uiy26 Catukiiink Florence Bkattv.
USTOTTCEJ
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West, Kootenay,
Take notice that I, Adran La Brash,
of Nakusp, occupation married woman,
intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands :
Commencing at a post planted on
the south-west coiner of Lot 9U9,
thenee west UJ chains; tlience norlh
00 chains; thence east 10 chains; thence
south 60 chains to place of commencement,
Mits. AtniAN La Brash.
II. J. La Brash, Agent.
Dated May 17th, HUH). my 2(J
NOTICE
Revelstoke Lund District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take Notice thai I, A.W. Dickinson,
of Arrowhead, B.C., occupation, lumberman, thirty days after date intend
to apply for permission to purchase
the following described laud:
Commenolng at a post planted on
lake shore, at lhe northeast cornel' of
lot 70(35 and maiked "A, W, Dickin
son's Northwest Coi nee," thence south
l!J chains, east 40 chuins, north 40
chain?, west 40chains, following lake
shore to place of commencement,
Dated April 7th, 1000.
Ap. 10. A. XV. Dickinson.
NOTICE
Revelsluke Lund District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that Julia A. Simpson,
of Arrowhead, occupation married
woman, intend to apply for permission
to put-chase the following described
lands:
CoLiinit'iu.'ing  at   a   post planted at
south-east   corner of   Lot 8800, thence
wesi   HI  ehains, Ihence south 7 chains
iimi-e in- less to lake shore, theuce along
i lake shore to point of commencement,
Haled 3rd April, 1909.
upliMKKl        JILIA A. SIMPSON.
WANTED
(>K SALE -A Six-roomed cottage,
apply It. N. Doyle. tf
V
WW I 'Kl 1   EdRermnn   und Suiter
foi   . in ul 11   mill.    Apply Lee
1111   er Co., Wigwam, H. ('.
WANTKD   Planer   hand,   able   to
luu.die   IH inch    mill hei     und
. make ti Iding.-.     Apply I  Lumber
1    11 pm
ivii Mi   A    Rosary   unl   Urut-iHxi
_T   ownei m.11  bave same by proving
I prupertj  mil paying for this notice.—
\ i p .. M   .1  Hi n \ i.n uilii-i.
Reward—Lost
Knglii.li setter puppy, mx monlbl
old, white ticked body, black earn and
lace, answers to "Belle."   Lost,  seen
near Steam Laundry,   Anyone return
mg her to   Mra.   C. R.   Skene  will   be
libeially rewarded.
Private Sale
A private sale ol household furniture including steel range, fi bolci,
also bram mounted single express
harness.     The above may be. seen nny
day.   John McPhail, Kirst. street.
Notice
Ilu- Ladies' Hospital Guild will
ne.' un Thursday afternoon, May U7,
ni 3.30 p.m. Lasl. meeting (or the
lesion,   So quorum on Tuesday.
MltS, H. CUNNlN'illAM Moulds.
\ I >- A N I I'.11   Waitress   for     Palace
\Y ii.■•! 1 11,iiii,   %'Si    per   month,
\| |.v P  (_), Hox  Hi  Pew-Moke. B.C.
iih VC1 K KIDBRH wan 1 p; 1 > 1,,
I I • our i_;i'iii- in unrepresented   territory,   Sample »l I -up.
plied.ii wholesale prices.     Particulars
I'u.-. I'l.mt ky,  Victoria, II. t'.
1   usi    Between fifth und Third Si .
I . ■ .   . ir om y   .1   Mi Aitb ir nve.
1. ig and  pili ber bol b gold
M us  I. u  "Borden   engraved
ipoi Will Model return • une to
A     w    Mi Intyre -   house and receive
my 'i'i
The Revelstoke New and
Second Hand Store
Kurnlture,  beds,   BtOfei, Tin
and Enamel ware   Boots and
1   ..thing   bought, told   or exchanged.
tl. C. Hllll, PPOp.   Beaver cigar Ketj
Iiini   ■..
Palace Restaurant
MiKon/io   Avenue
A Coupon Given free
With every Forty nine pound Sack
of ROYAL STANDARD FLOUR entitles the holder la a chance each
month to win a costly 100 piece China Dinner Set. The winning
numbers are announced every month. if you hold one of the lucky
numbers, send it to u=, and the Dinner Set will be forwarded to you.
Remember there is no better Flour than ROYAL STANDARD.
It iB the highest product of Canada's milling industry. ROYAL
STANDARD is made from carefully selected hard wheat of the very
tinest iiuality.
ROYAL STANDARD is the West's most perfect flour.
fOH   |..\li'l'|l'l'l,AI!S APPLY TU
W. B. ROBERTSON
To Trappers
Raw Furs Bought
Cash Prices Paid
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Furs.
CEMENT BLOCKS
Manufactured for all classes of  buildings
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE CLAY AND FIRE  BRICKS
fur sale in large or small quantities
at tho lowest prices for cash.
All kinds of building andUilnsturing
undertaken,
A. PRADOLINI, - REVELSTOKE
Arrange Now for Your
Summer Supply of
ICE!
WITH
E. W. B. PAGET
Phone 39       Office -MoKenzie Ave
mm-m-mmm—emmm-mmm
Garden Tools
Spraying Materials
Bee Supplies
Kruit and ornamental trees
home grown, hardy, tested
and proven Our trees do
not have to be lun-igattd.
They are grown in tlie only
part ol the continent not
infested with the San Jose
scale.
157 Page Catalogue Free.
M.   J.   HENRY,
Greenhouses and Nurseries
3010 Westminster Road,
VANCOUVER,   B. C.
Branch Nursery
South Vancouver
SHOW CARD WRITING
HOUSE PAINTING
HOUSE DECORATI.Mi
PAPER HANGING
Kirst-claHS   Work   Guaranteed.
Mail   Orders   Promptly   Killed.
R. Z. Crawford
Corner 3rd Sireei and Robson Ave.
.'run, (lantllcs, Cignrs,Tohacco,
Meals 85 cent!
A. H. Sing, Proprietor
BANKRUPT SALE
TENDERS will be reoelved for tho
stock ul Ready-made Clothing and
Woollen Moods and Tiiinmings, as
aomprised In the stock ol Cressman &
Morrison, up to
Friday, May 28, 1909
Stock mny lie inspected nntl invoices
seen on application to
W.J. LAW.
Assignee
Revelatoke, II. C. May IB, 1909,
MANUFACTURED BY
VANCOUVER MILLING & GRAIN Co., Ltd.
VANCOUVER,   Bl   C.
THE    MOLSONS    BANK
INCORPORATED 1855
Capital Paid Up $3,500,000
Rest Fund -    $3,500,000
Has 65 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in all the Principal Cities of the World.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS    BANK   DEPARTMENT
At all Branches.    Interest allowed at highest current rate.
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager.
 . , JA*
IV ».■*-._>»-«__.•■• —  'ft-X'
~ Make Your^Home Beautiful
with one ol our handsome parlor sets,
upholstered in high grade Bilk, or
damask, with frames thai are in every
conceivable design, and made to Wear
indefinitely. Wo luive many new antl
beautiful parlor sets and odd pieces lor
beautifying the home that are taste
lui, effective and inexpensive, and will
show your rooms to the best advantage.
Jt HOWSON Sr CO.'Y.
Big Discount
on all ,M>
Cash Sales   h
Doyle & Allum, Ltd.
i P.   BURNS    &   COMPANY,   LIMITED. *
IIKAl) OFFICE I    llAI.IIAKV,    ALI1KKTA.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
Pork Packers and Dealers iu Live Stock.   Markets in all tlie princl,
pal Cities and Towns of Alberta, British (Joltiinliia and the Yukon.
Puckers of the Celebrated Brand  " Iinperator"  Hams and Bacon,
j   and " Shamrock" Brand Leaf Lard.
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from country ot origin.
WHOLESALE     DEALERS     ONLY.
REVBL8TOKE1   IB. O.
Central Hotel
aa—     REVELSTOKE, B. C.
ABRAHAMSON    BROS.,   PROPRIETORS
Newly built.      First-class in every respect.    All modern conveniences
Large Sample Rooms.
Rates $1.60 per Day. Special Weekly Rates.
Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under  same   management
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
J.    ALBEET     STOITE      PROP.
Queens ftotel
COMAPLIX
Best brands 01 Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Travellers to
Fish Creek will find excellent accommodation at this
Hotel.
CHIEF   YOUNG, - - Proprietor
i
i
, THE MAIL-HERALD, HEVELSTOKE, R C.
•
B
NOTICE.
Take notice that thirty days af li r
date 1 intend to apply to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for a renewal of the retail liquor license for
the Union Hotel, Arrowh-ad, B. 0,,
for tin- half year from June 80th, 1H09,
to December Hist, 1809.
Dated this 5th day of May, 11X19.
may 5 1m W. J. Lioiitiiubnb.
*aW$
Notice to Contractors
wii.mhh School
NOTICE
Take notice that we intend to make
applieation to the Superintendent,of
Provincial Police for a renewal of lhe
retail liquor license for the Lakeview
Hotel, Arrowhead, B. C, for the half-
year from June 30th, 1909, to Bee. 31st
1000.
Dated May 5th, 1909.
iny 5, lm       Pi.umiton & Chapman.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby Riven that thirty
days after date I intend to apply to
the Superintendent of Provincial Police for a renewal of the retail liquor
license for the Queen's Hotel, Comaplix, B. C.
Dated May 5th, 1909.
,1. H. Voi'NO.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that I intend
lo apply to the Superintendent of
Provincial Police for a renewal of the
retail liquor license for llie Kootenay
Hotel, burton City, B. C.
Dated May 5th, I9u9.
Wm. Lovatt,
NOTICE
Take notice that 1 intend to make
application to the Superintendent of
Provincial Police for a renewal of the
retail liquor lieense for the City Hotel
at Arrowhead, B. 0,, for the half year
from June 30lh to December 31st, 1909.
Dated May 5th, 1909.
John Calky.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that thirty
days after date I intend to apply to
the Superintendent of the Provincial
Police for a renewal of my retail liquor
license lor the premises known an the
Hotel Beaton, at Beaton, B. C, for the
half year from June 30th to December
31st, 1909,
Dated May 5th, WW.
A. ISvans,
NOTICE
Take notice that I intend to make
application io the Superintendent of
Provincial Police for a renewal of the
retail liquor license for the Bva Hotel
at Camborne, B. 0., for ihe half year
froin June30th, WW, to December 31st,
1909.
Dated May 5th, 1909.
John A. Tiiew.
NOTICE
Take notice that I intend to make
application to the Superintendent of
Provincial Police for a renewal ot lhe
retail liquor license for the St. Leon
Hotel, St. L.'ou Hot Springs, B. C,
for the half year from June 30th, 1909,
to Decembei 31st, 1909.
Dated May 5th, 1909.
M. Grady.
NOTICE
Take notice that I intend to make
application to the Superintendent of
Provincial Police for a renewal of the
retail liquor license for tbe premises
known as the HaL-yon Hot Springs
Hotel, Halcyon, ti. C-, from June 3uih
to December 31st, 1909.
Dated May 5th, 1909.
H. MtlNTOIJU.
NOTICE ~
Take nolice that I intend to make
application to the Superintendent of
Provincial Police for a renewal of the
retail liquor lincense for lhe Lardeau
Hotel at Comaplix, B. C„ for the half
year from June 30th to December 31st,
1909.
Dated May 5th, 1909.
Joski'h Dumont.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that we intend to make application to the Super-
inteodent of Provincial Police torn
renewal of the retail liquor license for
the Glacier House, at Glacier, B. C,
for lhe half year from June 30lb to
December 31st, 1909.
Dated May 5th, 1908,
C. P. Ry. Co.
NOTICE
Take notice that I intend to make
application to the Superintendent of
Provincial Police for a renewal of the
retail liquor license for the Criterion
Hotel at Oamborne, B. C, for the half
year from June 30th lo December 31st,
1909.
Dated May 51 h, 1800.
P. T. Aiiiiky.
NOTICE
Take notice that I intend lo make
application to ihe Superintendent of
Provincial Police for a renewal of the
retail liquor license for the Oamborne
Hotel al C uii borne, B. C, fo • the half
year from June 80th Io December 31st,
1000,
Dated May 5th, 1008.
Davis Oun.
NOTICE
Take nolice that 1 intend   to   make
application to the   Superintendent   of
Provincial Police for a tenowa! of ihe
retail liquor license for the  Reception
Hotel at Camliorne, B. ('., for the ball'
ear from June 30th to December 81st,
909.
Daled May 51 h, 18011.
Cony Mknhknick.
s
NOTICE
Take notice (Imi We, Ugilvie nnd McKitriek, intend to make application io (lie
Superintendent of Provincial Police for a
renewal el retail liquor license for tin*
Leland hotel Bl Nakusp, II. C, lor lhe
half year from June .|o, 1909, lo December
31, 19091
Daled May 5th, 1909,
OGILVIE tk MoKlTRIC.
NOTICE
Notice in hereby given tbat HO days
nfter  diltfl   1   intrnu to   .ipp'v '" ''»'
Superintendent of Provincial Police
lor H renewal of the retail liquor li*
ftenae for the Hotel Qrand al Nakuro,
for the half-year from June 80th to
i)ee. :tiHi, \mi
Dated May 12th, 1UUU.
My 15 lm 11. J. LaUhauh.
QBALBD TENDERS, nupc*r*eribed "Tende
O fur School-hougH,!' will be received by ttie
Hou. the Mihialor of Public Wurks up ttimmu
uf WodiiiusUity, tlie Iiiiii duy uf Juue, I'."'.1- fur
the erection nud completion ot a _-mnll one-
room frame School-hoimeat Wilmar, IJ. C.
t'luus, si>«' Hicittiuiia, coutract and furuis of
tender may be .iubu on uud after the Slot day of
May, lutm, at the offices of the Government
Agent at Guidon; of F. (i. Kail, fe.su , Hwretnry
of the Sohool Board, Wllnier It (J., aud at the
| Public Works Depart ment, Victoria, B U,
I Kach proposal must be accompanied by nu
accepted bank cheque or certificate of deposit
on a chartered bank of t'auada, made payable
to the Hon. the Minister of Publio Works for a
sum equivalent to ten per cent of the amount
of the tender, which shall be forfeited if rhe
party teuderiuK decline to enter into contract
wheu called upon to do so, or if he fail to com*
plete the work contracted for. The cheques or
certificates of deposit of unsuccessful tenderers
will be returned tu them upon the execution uf
the coutract.
Tenders will uot be cousidered unless made
uut on the forms supplied, .signed with the
actual signature of the tenderer, aud enclosed
iu the envelopes furnished.
The lowest or any tender uot uecossnrily
accepted.
F. C GAMBLE.
Puolic Works Engineer,
Public Wurks Department,
Victoria, B. C, 18th May, llKKl. juu 12
NOTICE  TO CONTRACTORS
IXM'HT HOUSE, FERNIE
HEALED TENDEHS, superscribed "Tendor
for Court Uou.se, Fernie, B C ," will be received by the Hon. the Minister of Public
Works, up to noon of Wednesday, the 1'tli day
of Juue, 1WW, for the erection and completion
of a Concrete and Brick Court House at Fernie.
B.C.
Plans, specification;-, contract and forms of
tender may be seen on aud after the 101-h day of
Mayi IW1 at the otlice of the Government Agent
at Fernie, the Government Agent at Nelsou,
tlio Government Agent at Revelstoke, aud at
the Public Works Department, Victoria, B C
Each proposal must be accompanied liy an
accepted hunk cheque or certilicate of deposit
on a chartered bank of Uauadii, made payable
10 the Hon. tho Minister of Public Works, for
a sum equivalent to ten percent, of the amount
of the tender, which shall be forfeited if the
party tendering decline to enter into contract
when called upon to do so, or if bo fail to complete the work contracted for. The cheques or
certificates of deposit of unsuccessful Lender-
era will beroturncd lothcinupon the executiou
of the contract
Tenders will not bo considered unless made
out on the forms supplied, signed with tbe
actual tiguature of the tenderer, and enclosed
in Lhe envelopes f m-uisliud.
The lowest or any tendor not necessarily
accepted.
K. 0 GAMBLE,
Public Works Kntfiiiotr.
Public Works Department.
Victoria, B. C, May ith, 1909. td,
IN THE COUNTY CO UUT OF VANCOUVER
HOL.DKN AT VANCOUVER
TN   THK   MATTER OF "THE JUDGMENTS
AUT 1908"   AND   IN  THE MATTER OF A
JUDGMENT OBTAINED   IN AN ACTION
OF TBIS HONOURABLE COURT;
Between
AMDBKW E. F. LIDDLE, Plaintiff,
(Judgment Creditor)
Aud
T. J. TOMPKINS, Defendant,
i.ludirmeiiL l'obtur
Bkj-dhi'. His Honour Judge Grant Is Cham-
Mitts, Monday, tne ntn day ut May. A.D.
lww.
UPON THE APPLICATION of the Judgment
Creditor aud UPON BEARING Mr A G. Har-
vey ou behair ut ine Applicant aud CI'uN
K LA HI Ni- the Atlidavits ut A. _E F. Liddle and
A.ti Harvey sworn htreiu, the liUh uay of May,
A.D, 11WU aud (ilea;
IT TS ORDERED that service upuu the
Judgment Debtor, T, J. Tuuipkius, of the
Not ice 1.1 Motion annexed hereto, calling upon
him lo show cause why certain laud therein
namml should uot ne solo to realize tlie amount
of the Juugmetit herein by puulistiiug thia
Order togetner with Lhe Notice auuexed hereto,
in four cuusecutive weekly editions ot a newspaper published ur circulating in the Uityuf
Kevelstoke, B.C., be deemed goud and sutticieut
service upon the afuresaid Judgment Puoior,
of the said Order and Notiee ot Motion;
AND IT IS FURTHEo ORDERED mat the
eust of and lUciuental tu una Application,
should be auded to the amouut ol the >J udgmeut
herein.
•DAVID GRANT,
J J.C.C.
NOTICE   REFERRED   TO  IN  THE   FORE.
GOING ORDER.
TAKE NOTICE that a Motion will be made
before me Presiding Judge iu Cnatnbers, at the
Coint House, Vancouver, B.O:, 00 Friday, ttie
li.Un day ut Juue, A.D. lw», at tlie hour uf iu
o'clock iu the toreuuuu ur so suou inereafter a;
cuuusul may be heard on an application un
behalt of the Judgmuut t.'reditor, t r an order
eulliug upon tue Judgment Debtor to show
cause way Lots one 11) aud two (Ul in Hlucks
Forty-six, Furty*seveu, Forty*eight iw, 47,48),
District Lot Two Tln-usaud aud Tvveuty-twu
i$}£t)y Vancouver District, or a competent pan
ut said land, shuutd uut oe suid tu realize the
amouut payable under the Judgmeut herein;
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that iu
support thereof, will be read the Attidavita of
A. E, F. Liddle and A. G. Harvey, limn swum
the Kith jay of ditty, A.D. limy, aud Hied.
A. M. HARPER,
Solicitor for Judgment Creditor.
ToT, J. Tompkins, Esq ,
Judgment Debtor.
NOTICE
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take Notice that Roderick W. Lindsay, of Camborne, B.C., occupation
merchant, intends to npply tor permission to purchase the following
descrilied land :
Commencing at a post planted at the
north-east corner of A. D, McKay's
pre-emption, No. 7805, and marked
"R. \V, Lindsay's North-West Corner
Post; thence aliout H chains east to
west line of McKinnon's pre-emption.
Uience about .Ml chains south, thence
about 8 chains west to McKay's side
line, thence north about 511 chains  to
point of commencement and containing III aeres more or less.
Roderick William Lindsay,
Locator.
Dated April 80th, WW. my '22
NOTICE
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that I, John II. Selkirk,
Agent, of Vancouver, H.C, intend to
apply to the Commissioner of l^ande
and Works for permission to purchase
the following described lands:
Ui-ginning at a post planted about
Hi chains east of lhe norlli easl corner
of Timber Limit No. UU66, on Upper
Arrow Lake, West Kootenay, running
west 8(1 chains, thence north III) chains,
ihence east (JO chains, thence south 10
ohalns, thence east 20 chains, thence
south 20 chains to point of commencement.
Dated April 7th, WW.
up 14
JOHN II. SELKIRK.
nsroTioE
Take notice that thirty days after
date I intend to apply lo the .Superintendent of Provincial Police for a
retail  liquor  license  for  the Springs
Aoiei iit Allien Canyon, li.c, from
.lune mull to December 81st, 1mm.
Dated May 10th. luim.
BBBNARU MORHISi
Norris & Rowe Circus
Few pe pie win. have rend Jit  - Lu
don's Inn ii- I'.' k,   'Tn    (Ml   f   n
Wil il," h-ive f. Tiiutii-ii -Buck" ihe I i
»h e dog   who is ihe hero of   the-to
anil   whine   career   tbe HUthor traci ■
(rom the day   the animal was kidnap
p.d   Irom   his   master's   home in the
Stnta   Clara   Valley   uutil   tbe time
when he deeerts   mankind and   juinc
tbe wolf packs ol the (rozen north.    I
will be remembered that London leaves
"Buck" at the head  ol the dog's lero
cioui   ancestors;   their   chosen leader
aod as wild as the wildest ol the pack.
It is a far cry from that glacier-
strewn valley where London gives his
reader hia last glimpse of "Buck" to
the me agerie of the Greater Norris it
Rowe Circus and yet, uucreditable as
it may seem, there is caged in tbat
menagerie a wolf-dog that well might
have been the hero of "The Call ol the
Wild." Indeed, if there ever was such
a dog as "Buck," if London based bis
story upon anything but pure imagination it would not be hazarding too
much to assume that this wild thing
o! the menagerie is the shaggy, snarling embodiment of his theme. "Kon"
tbe Norris & Kowe animal has been so
named lor the reason tbat he waB captured ou the I'pper Yukon river,
comes out of Alaska. He was found
in a wolf trap by placer miners. So
large and beutilul was he and so like
in shape and look of intelligence to
the domestic dog, that the men placed
him in a rudely constructed cage.
Robert Le Roy, whose properties the
men weie working at the time of the
capture, wsb amazed at the size and
beauty of tbe brute. Knowing that
bis old time friend, Manager H. S.
Rowe, is at all times on tbe lookout
for unusual animals, Le Roy had the
captive sent to the circus headquarters
at Santa Cruz, Calif. "Kon" is now
one of tbe most beautiful exhibits in
the en ire menagerie. Men long experienced in handling wild animals
are c uvinced that be iB the most unusual type of woll they have ever seen.
He is the fiercest and strongest ol the
band of wolves that Norris A Rowe
carry with them. Frank Williams,
"Kim's'' special keeper and a man
noted for bis ability to lame the wildest of animals, has taken a keen inter
est in hi« new chime. Talking ol the
aninml he said: "I have long been
inti-resti-d i i Lmdnn's novel, 1 am
nonvi.ic d mat a dog subjected to the
Condition!) imposed in the "Call ol the
A'lld" would retrograde to the absolute wild state. I am also convinced
that such a dog could be retamed. II
"Kon" wbb, indeed, once domesticated,
I shall bring him back to tbat state,"
Tnis unusual dog-wolf will be shown
in the menagerie of tbe Greater Norris
A Rowe Circus when it exhibits at
Revelstoke on Wednesday, June 2nd.
DEEP SINKING PROSPECTS
Work   at  Phoenix  Tunnel of
Pioneer Importance
Operations on the big tunnel which
is to run under the mountain upon
which Phoenix iB located, and waB
commenced a month ago, is now in
close to the 100-foot mark.
Speaking ol the big project, Richard
Armstrong, the resident promoter,
Btates that negotiations are now under
way to secure one of the big Swiss-
Sbandler machines, which will cut an
eight foot bore at a rate of 50 feet a
day. Tbe machines themselves cost
about $60,000.
The company is incorporated in
Illinois as the Greenwood Phoenix
Tramway and Development Company,
with a capitalization of $3,000,000.
"The work tbat the company plans
is really pioneer work, as important as
the first Burface prospecting done in
that district," says Mr. Armstrong to
the Phoenix Pioneer: "None of the
companies bave penetrated to a depth
of more than 400 or 500 feet, and if
ore is encountered in our tunnel at a
depth ol 2400 feet it will mean more
for tbe district than anything else
that has been done bere. It will mean
that eastern capital will come in and
the development of the district immediately to au extent that would otherwise wait for small companies to run
tentative shafts."
Measured in values of merchandise
imported and exported, as compared
with those of a year ago, trade conditions in practically all sections of tbe
commercial world Bhow a decline,
according to a report ol the United
States bureau ol statistics.
NOBLE FIVE TO  START
Sandon Mine, Long Closed, Will
Resume Work
Tbe Kootenaian is responsible for
the statement that a report comes
from Sandon tbat the Noble Five mine
will shortly start up again. Tbis
property, which was one of the big j
shippers in the early days, was purchased by mortgage to Lieut.-Governor
Dunsmuir about seven yeara ago and
promptly closed down. It haB been
idle ever since and miners have tried
in vain to UaBe it time and time again.
Tbe Nobis Five iB a rich property and
with systematic development will
again come to tne fore. It possesses
the first silver-lead concentrator built
in the Slocan, aud although somewhat
out of date, with a little remodelling
will do effective work.
Not Bad for Jews
An interesting bit of fire insurance
history has just come to light in the
ollicial records ot the Gore District
company of Gait, Out. A. H. Lofl't
& Co. dry goods merchants of St.
Mary's, had a loss by fire, lor which
the adjusters allowed $0250, At their
next stock taking the firm became
convinced tbey had not lost more
than $3750. Having confirmed this
by a second stock-taking, they
immediately returned the insurance
companies $2500 overpaid tbem, the
Gore share being $289. The explanatory letter was ordered inscribed in
tbe company's minutes in full and a
resolution waB passed expressing the
appreciation of tbe high-minded and
honorable course pursued by the
Messrs. l.otlt.
Helping Themselves
J. D. Anderson, surveyor of Trail,
has been instructed by the provincial
government to survey a wagon road
from tbe Kootenay river to a point
about seven miles up l'aes cieek,
north-east of Castlegar. Construction
of tbe road will be done at once by the
Doukbobor society, whu own several
thousand acres of grazing land up
PasB creek. They have already constructed the road Irom Waterloo to tbe
Kootenay river, and have built a ferry
tbere, wbere a power line oroases the
river.
Circus Day at Revelstoke
Wednesday, June 2nd
ENrnfpMfraisMi^ppia
v   xv
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^I*)dN*
1QO Circus Champions &Celebrities10Q
7 MarvelousBelf ords7
SFimous Gardner Bros. 5
5 lerial Victorellas   5
T Kishimona
JAPANESE 7
TROUPE        I
|2 Worlds Greatest Riders R
6 FlyingBanvaras 6
7 SUBWOTO jjgiSjJS 7
3 McDonald Family 3
Melnotte-La Nole- Melnotte
10 ChallengeMenageRiders |Q
Performing Elephants. Camels, Lion.*,Tigers, Bears, Ponleaaad Monkeys
20 JOLLY   JBSTINO   CLOWNS 2Q
Royal Roman Hippodrome       Million Dollar New Menagerie
Olympian Stadium rtammoth Aerial Enclave
Qrand Oold Qlltterlng Street Parade at 10:30 a.m. Dally
/^^Pipi^sifc) Your money
1 <   back if
Purity
^^^^^^^   Flour
does not prove entirely
satisfactory in the baking.
DON'T simply buy fluur from ilic- dollar and centside nf it. Buyhigh*
quality flour. That means I'l'RITY FLOUR. The first little extra
cost is more than made up by the extra number of loaves of bre.-t'l it mnkes-
by the superiority of the bread and i-nstrv in sweetness of flavor nnd nourishing qualities. Buying Purity Flour is a safe investment. Vou get large
returns, not ouly on account of Puiity's ability to produce more, hut because
Purity contains the greater nutriment anil the vim of a strong hard wheal
flour. Food made from Purity Flour gives the consumer health, snap and
force, which cannot lie gained from the use of the weaker soft wheat flour.
"MORE BREAD AND BETTER BREAD"
PURIW FLOUR
You can buy as little
as a 7 pound cotton hag
or in 14, 24, 49, and OS
pound sacks. Also in
barrels aud half-barrels
Purity may cost a little
more than some flotns
but you'll find its more
than worth the difference. To uz genuine,
must bear the Purity
trade mari.
WESTERN CANADA FI.OfR MILLS CO., LIMITED
OfEce, Winnipeg, Man. Mills at St. Doiiiface, Ooderich, Brandon
Revelstoke Flour and Feed Store
Timothy.
Medium Clover.
Mammoth Clover
White   Dutch Clover
.Sutton's Lawn Grass
German Millet
Hungarian
American Wonder 1'eas
Champion  ol   England
Pens.
Muck   Eye  Marrowfat
Peas
Golden West lleans
Beats, Carrots, Turnips
Onion Sets.   Multipliers
Sweet peas Nasturtiums
FLOUR
Five Roses, Ruyal Standard, Wild Rose, Harvest
Queen, Western Hungarian, Wheal Sheaf,
Whole Wheat,    Graham.
BREAKFAST FOODS
Barley Flakes, Toasted Corn, Wheat Pearls,
Rolled Oats,    Wheat Granules,
FEEDS
Hay, Wheat, Oats. Cracked and Whole Corn,
Oilcake Meal, Vetches, Chick Food, Beef, Scrap
and other Chicken Specialties.
AGENTS FOR
Fences    and     Gates,
Manitoba    Frost    Wire
Warnock's  Tree   Paint.
The Paget Supply Co'y*
E. W. B. PAQET
J. WILSON
PROTECT   YOUR    TREEC
■*•       These destroyers oannot live where trees have been treated with    ^^
WARNOCK'S    TR EE    PAI NT
Pear Might. Rabbits, Mice, Hotels, Oan ker Worm, San Jose Scale, Oyster
Shell, Bark Louse and Sun Si.ild. THK COST I.S VKKV SMALL. It will
not wash oIT. One application protects for two years, Warnock's Tree Paint
is not an experiment, It bus stood the test for six years In all parts of the
Cnited States, lt is un absolute preventative nnd cure for Pear Blight, We
invite investigation. The Arkansas Experimental Station has used this tree
paint for three years. November, 1907; tiny purchrsed li) gallons for free
distribution among leading orchards,     Send for  16-page free booklet to
(i. K. I.AWES, Enderby, B. 0., Sole Manufacturers forB. 0,
Paget Supply Company. Agents, Revelstoke, B  C.
MCKINNON'S
The Leading Cigar Store
and Pool Room in the City
The   best  and  largest   Stock  of Cigars and
Pipes  in   Revelstoke.
The  Original   Mac's   Mixture  now  on   hand
and made   expressly   fur   ns  by D. K. McPherson.
JOBBING ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED
ENDERBY   BRICK
THE BEST BRICK IN  THE   PROVINCE.    Speoified
in C. P. II. contract for facing Kevelstoke station. A large
sHock now on hand. Reasonable prices for large or t-uiall
quantities By far the oheapwt material for a substantial
' limine, ('ool in summer, warm in winter. Savon ruont ol
your painting and almut have your insurance.
The Enderby Brick & Tile Co., Enderby, B. C.
FOR SALE OR RENT
Hefore   tbe   Kirst   ol   May, two  six-
riiomed   houses, in   Reveletoke, with 1
two acres ol  land eiob; iooludiog, III
wanted, horse and   rig) and all __.ii'!. n
tools.    Situated   went of C P.R   track
Lower town.    Apply lo
E. PICARD,
tc Box 2'AD, Kevelstoke.
I
Strawberry Plants
From my celebrated 'DUC d ALPS'
Hurry.    Thoroughly aoolimstlied. oil
exqullite llavor   At !:.'<Hi|,er hundred
THus. SKINNER,
Bevelstoke, li. C,
Mill Wood
Reduced Prices
Now  is  the time to order your mill
wood.    Five loads and over
$1.75 Per Load
delivered  »t any point between Mill
and Kooteoty Street.
Kiln Dried Kindling $2.50 a load
Order at offlofc ol
Bowman Lumber Coy. THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE 13. C.
Pure Drugs
combined with eaieful
compounding,    prompt
delivery und reasonable
prices are tlie factors'
which have built tip our
Lueineea to it.- present
immense p r oportions.
Bring your ne.u pre-
soription hire ,.if you
want .-ni isfactory results
Macdonald's Drug Store
GARDEN   SEEDS
Call nnd inspect oui' slock of Onion Seta and Garden Seeds of till kinds
None but new <mls kepi In siock
GROCERIES
We carry n complete line of
staple and fancy groceries, uml
can oll'er you the best goods .it
the same price as you pay for
inferior lilies,
BAKERY
Unr bread, cake and pastry trade
is rapidly increasing, u trial
order for any one of the above
will explain why. Our aim is tu
keep only I be best.
Hobson s Bakery & Grocery
Local and General.
.. : Range Lodge, k\ ol P., will
nominate oHicerB Ior the ensuing term
this evening.     Knights taie note I
The regular review of Mt. MoKenzie
Hive No. li, L.ll.T..M. will take place
Thursday. May '27th at 3 p.m., in Ma-
i- nic Hall. Second Sireet.
The uutice ehi.lil on St. Andrew's
Church has Iwu renewed and presents
a mat appearance. The w.-rk bus
been done by 11 'A, Crawford and reflects considerable credit upon his
workmanship and taste.
One ol the local products that is
making a strong bid Iur popular lavor
with every prospect uf hucciss as far as
tht lovers ol the fragrant weed are
concerned is the long "Union" cigar
made at the factory ol James Walker.
The cigar ie made from the heat buyable stock am! according to the finish
luoks all that can be desired A taBte
of the fragrance is, however, necessary
in order to appreciate Mr. Walker's
combination of the leal. It is the
intention of the maker to capture tbe
trade ol the points lying close to Hevelstoke and ultimately in competition
with other makers the trade of the
province.
Your Insurance
Is  one nl   the   must   important  items
in \ imr business
let Kootenay Agencies, Ltd,
Look after this branch of your business
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, LTD.
Successors to Kincaid & Anderson
Have you tried Veribrite furniture
puiish to renovate your furniture. The
result is surprising. Sold nt C. B
Hume & Co's
Do   you   know
BEWS' DRUC  STOKE
handles almost i vei-ythingfor
the I,ain . viz.;
BABY FOODS Allenbury's,
Mellin's, Nestles, Robinson's Barley, Robinson's
Groats, Horlicks .Milk,
I. tctated Food, Neavos',
J-.-k.iy-. etc. Also tin-
the best lines ..I Nipples,
Soothers, Feeding Bottles
and Talcum's.
BEWS' DRUG STORE
NEX1   HI ME BLOl K
Social and Personal
Miss McLean is visiting friends at
Alcove, B. C.
Bernard Morris, of Albert Canyon,
is in the city for a few days.
C. D. Morris, merchant, of Rogers'
l'uas, is in the city on business.
Mrs. li R. Atkins wil! not receive
again during the summer months.
Miss Ward of Vancouver is visiting
her Bister Mrs A. Y. Anderson.
Mrs. Dudgeon and Miss Dudgeon of
Comaplix are visitors in the city.
Mrs CresBtnan will not receive Friday 28th, nor again until autumn.
Ed. Corning returned   from a busi-
ucsb visit to tlie coast cities on No. HU
this morning,
There will he n meeting ol the
W.C.T.I,'. in Knox church on Friday,
May 2!_ith at 'A o'clock.
The nurses at the hospital will not
receive next Friday and not again
until next autumn.
Mrs. B R, Atkins left Monday evening for Victoria where she will speud
the summer holidays.
Victor B. Woodland and his mother.
Mra. , I.. I. Woodland, spent Victoria
day at Halcyon  Hot Springs.
Among the arrivals from the coast
thia morning was E, C. Fromey who
went west and north as far as 1'rince
Rupert.
E. M. Cooke,secretary of the Ry. Y.
M.C.A. left Thursday night for St.
Louis wheie he will attend the convention held by the Y.M.C.A.
T. H. Dunne, of Arrowhead, a well
known Revelstoke old timer, who was
instrumental in the inaugural ion of
the Amateur Dramatic Club, cume up
to tbe city to witness the play presented nt the opera house.
Rev. T. XV. Hall returned yesterday
from tbe Coast, having attended the
aiinintl district meeting and the an-
Inual conference of the Methodist
church in B.C. and will take charge ol
the mid-week service this eveuiug in
the church.
,1. R Twei'dilale of the BtafV ol tbe
Imperial hunk at Wetaskiwin and
formerly of the BtalVot the local branch
of the same bank is in the city. He,
with Mrs. Tweeddale, will spend a
|short. time enjoying the rusticating
privileges of his brother's farm at
Salmon Arm.
P<K><>O-0-O<>O-C><KK> 0-0-0<><><K>00<>-C>0"9
I CHAS.  M.  FIELD  !
Real Estate, Insurance and Commission Agent
Offlce on First St., Opposite the Club
Rents Collected,
Loans
Notary Public
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$15,000   -STOCK--$15,000
We are giving up business and selling  out  our  entire   Stock
of Men's Furnishings, Hoots, Shoes and Clothing.
To be Sold at Slaughter Prices
The Sale commences at once and  will  he continued   day  and
evening until the entire Stock is disposed of.
JOHN   BULL Mckenzie ave ue
JOHN   MCIIMTYRE   &   SON
1 )airy Butter     25c
Potatoes, Early Rose. $^-50
Turnips, not woody, and firm.. 2c. lb
Apples 5c lb
John Mclntyre & Son, First Street
Net and Lingerie Blouses
The season for pretty blouses is now here and our
showing of tliese goods is, as usual, the best in town.
There is a strong demand for Net Waists and we have
them in all the leading colors. Of course the heaviest
demand is for Cream and Ecru, but we also carry them
in Black, Brown, Green, Toupe, etc., to match the leading shades in suits. They are daintily trimmed with fine
laces and insertions or the plain tailored effects.
s
Di
ummer uresses
In Lawn, Batiste and Linen—Something different
(rom anything else yet shown in the city, as they are
sold to us exclusively
Lace and Embroidery Remnants
As the season advances tliese gather and we have a
lot of ends from two to live yards that wc have put out for
quick sale aj prices that will surely clear tbem out.
McLennan & Co,
1 (1ST Between ( . P. R. slation and
I i Post OHlee, n gold bioach sel
wiih pearls nnil toi'(|Uoise, diamond in
centre. Finder will kindly return lo
M.UL-HlCltAI.D ollice and receive a
reward,
WISE WORDS OF  BIRRELL
Secretary   for   Ireland. Talks
Sound Sense
Hon. Augustine Hirrell, secretary
for Ireland, at-a dinner given by tbe
Bristol chamber of commerce, in proposing "Ships, Colonies and Commerce," said he rejoiced to feel that
representatives of the colonies 'were
coming over to London to consider
the whole question cl naval defences.
"We are proud ot their assistance,
which we will not accept in any part as
payment for our own obligation", but.
that tbey will combine with ns in the
hope that we might be able to devise a
scheme ot national empire defence,
which would encourage everyone to
strengthen their forces and defences,
give confidence to all and make all
our colonial subjects of the Crown
feel  that   tbey   were contributing in
some part, not a closely calculated
part, but anything they choose to offer
ol their own free will. Colonies thus
knit, together would play a great part
in our national life, und it would, in
the course of a few years, become a
scandal for a middle aged mini liki
himself lo get up and say be hail
never viBiied auy uf these colonies.
New Westminster is to have a new
Oddfellows lodge. The corner stone
was laid with the usual impressive
ceremonies last Friday nighi.
Steamer Revelstoke
On account of the Biidden rise ol
water in the river the steamer loft today for the Five-Mile landing and will
until further notice leave that landing
every Tuesday and Friday at li a. in.,
returning ihe same day. TA. Lewis'
stage connects with tbe bout.
F, SWANSON,
Purser.
You Don't Have To
__ Go outside of Revelstoke to make
fc your  Real   Estate   Investments.
^ The Revelstoke Land Company Ltd.
£: have the best bargains in the City.
g= Lots $150 up.   Acreage $100 up.
E 	
I Kootenay Agencies Ltd.;Agents
^UUUUiUiiUlUMiMiUiUilUlMHUiUliUl
Wc   have   special   iuduoem nts in      We have   a   complete   line of   the
piece   carpets    choice   range of color fc h    uh   hrand maUroaaea and
and design.    0. B. Hume & Co. Ltd. _-,,,_. , _-,     .,
... ,   „ -,„ , , i, -    „,, pillows.     Call and see them.      C.   li.
Linoleum and   Moor  oil cloth in all
widths at C. B. Hume A Co. Hume * <-"' •
'
Cut Priee Sale
We beg-in our Gigantic Clearance Sale on Monday, May 16th, and expect it to be
one of the most successful ever held in Revelstoke. It has taken a lot of time and
thought to prepare for this sale and now we expect it to bring in a lot of money. You
will save money by taking advantage of these cut prices; in fact you cannot afford to
miss this opportunity of securing seasonable goods at such low figures.
%
Selling* fop Cash I save money
White Wear
Sight ' mull-. Skirls I onset
(lovers, Urawere, i ti i tc., all al
Bpeeial pri es
Ladies' Underwear
Bleachi d vests, regular 25 centi
S*ow 10 i .-lit- each
Colored Delaines
Colored   Delaines   or   Bballie
regular price 10c. now 20< . | -,- -.- i
Prints, Muslins
A line line, regular price 16c. and
'JOc.   nuw selling at 10c. per yard
Corsets
' eta, regular
.,!,!■ i hoii e
fur  15 cei '-
Dress Goods
. i    •     .in ;
-oiling al ■      ird.
Regular iOi
All   wo. i iling  ut 20c.
per yard
Wrapperettes
HO-inch   wide   lui table  Ior
Is llll-
onas   1 iree ing ,1 n   .':    etc,
Reg-
• ilii r- 15c,  and 20i    our ual
■ price
'.( centa per yard.
Bed Spreads
Ai.iii.    Bed   Spreads,
•     '   .n.i 12 00, now $1.00
Sheetings
Nim . i. j .        ... uting it
..iri.
Shams and Covers
Pillow   -hui],-  and  Coven   now
.     ng it 50c. each.
Ladies' Rain Coats
r ,n.'_  one   il   these  i oats
hall    |.r       IM) lur i.,.
• i 50 lor $2.25
Men's Boots
We have gone through uml picked
out odd lilies, sizes from nix to
ten. These lines arc our regular
selling boots ut prices from $4.60
to .fii. suid price $2.00. Good
strung working boots, liluclmr cut
sale price $1.75
Men's Suits
Fifty new Tweed Suits, this season
good*, regular $15, now $'.i.75.
I wcnlylive black anil blue worst
cil.sulo price S|2. Men's Tweed
1'uiiln at !jil 2.r>, just the price you
puy lur overalls. Buy's Knicker
Suits al cost.
"
Men's Shirts
A good range of working shirts
now selling at 50 cents each.
Dainty negligee shirts, regular
price $1,25, now selling at 75c.
Odd Lines
Ladies' Oxfords and Hals, regular
$2.50 and $'ii, sale price $1.50.
Blouse waists made from wrapperettes and prints, 86c. each,
Table Linen
liOc. Bleaohed Table Linen selling
at IUc. -10c. Unbleached Table
Linen, sale price .'(Oe. $1.50 Table
Napkins, hemmed, our sale
price $1,
I
REID &  YOUNG
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