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Vol. 19-No 51
KEVELSTOKE, B. C. JUNh 28, 1913
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Y.M.C.A.
WEEKLY
NOTES
Commencing at two o'clock Tuesday
afternoon, July 1st, the citizens ot
Revelstoko will have an opportunity
of enjoying an afternoon ot lun on
the  Recreation  Park,   lhu  Revelstoko
NAVAL AID
BILL HAS
PRECEDENT
Ono of tho complaints which the
Liberals arc bus'y urging against Mr.
Borden's Naval Aid Bill is thc allegation that it is unconstitutional. Tho
argument is that it will lake two
or three years to spend the thirty-tive
REVELSTOKE BALL
Nine Runs to Sx,-Wins from Kamloops on
Opponent's Ground.—Full Report ofGrea.
Game.   League Standing.
COUNCIL
SPECIAL
MEETING
DOUBLE
TRACKING
STARTED
it in special meeting   Grant)    Smjth    ^     Cq     and
;.   Present Chairman
Oity Band will furnish tlm music. The million dollars, and lhatil is against
Ladies'    Auxiliary    to the    "Y"  will thc     rul«" to vote 'it in a lump sum. j
,     ,      ,.      .,       . . ,• .,„      „( Tho  only  trouble  with this constitu-
look after the public in the way     of . *    .      . ,
_. tional     Point is   that    lt is    wrong,
refreshing drinks and ia* cream.    Tho whenover it ault9 parIlamont ,0 aUth
following is thc list of events: i 0,.ize a complete and well-rounded out
No.  1—Climbing greasy polo,     two scheme the execution of     which must
The Council met
ou Friday evening.
Mayoi' T.  Kilpatrick, Aldermen How-     McDonnell Will Do Work
son,  Barber, Uourne, Abrahamson and
McSorley. I    Grant Smith Sr Co., and McDonnell
City  Clerk  Gordon  rertd  the  notice   ure the names ot ihe double tracking
events, one for men and oue for boys.
No. 2—Obstacle saces, for those 17
years and over.
No. 3—Throe-legged race, tor thoso
age 17 years and over.
No. 4—Pillow &o,hl, open, two poles
he spread  over a  term  of  years,
The Revelstoke hall team havo at
last struck the winning streak, and
following their su.cessful dodging of
the Jinks which has dogged tbeir loot
steps with undeserved ill luck, journ-
ij.  eyed down to Kamloops and won    a
is quite in order to make thu entire
appropriation ot money in the enabling Act. English precedents are conclusive on the point.
BRITISH  NAVAL  DEFENCE  AID.
ono for men one for boys. |
No. 5—Two mile (8 laps) bicycle In K-WS9 the British Parliament pas-
race, open. sed the  Naval Defence Act.   This was
No. 6—Relay bicycle race, 4 men to a very important piece ot legislation,
a team, 2 laps for each man, each due to thu alarm which was felt in
team using same    bicycle, two teams  that year over the insufficiency of the
British Navy  for the duties which  it  of  lho battery     being ably supported
necessary or no race.
tbe classy  ball
of    the Interior League, games   have
No. 7—Human wheelbarrow raco, op tbin had 'o discharge.   The Act dir -
en for men and boys. ected  the building of no less than 70
No.  b—Changing  boot   race,     boys warships—ten battleships, nine     first-
14 an j under. class cruisers, twenty-nine second class
No. 9—Sack Race, 2 events, one lor cruisers, and a swarm  of smaller cralt
men, one for boys 16 and under. These vessels wero to bo completed in
No. 10—Bucket     tilt,    open to men a period of five years.   More than halt
and hoys. of them were to bc built by the gov -
Kor Nos. 1,2,3,4, an entry''fee of 25c vernment itself in     the   Royal dock -
is asked to be in by June 28th.     For yards,     and   nearly     half were to bo
Nos. 5,6 an entry   fee of SOc. is as'ked built     by     contract in private ship-
to be in by  June 2Sth.   Three entries yards.   The Act Btated that tho cost
•crno race in Nos.  1,2,3,4,7,8,9,10. AU was to bo £21,500,000.
entries :lml foes to be in the hands ot
the    Secretary  oi    Sports committee,
Mr. D.W. Cowan, by June 28thf Notice now how this     money     was
In connection with the above events provided.   The dockyard     built ships
there will be a good game ot baseball »««>     to   cost    £11,500,000, and this  their well merited success.
to be played by the boys.     A     gootl money was to be provided year     by      Following is tho    summary
representative team has been selectod, year by voie of     Parliament, exactly  gftme.
and stole  second;  White out    CreBle*
to Adams.   No runs.
Kamloops—Lester Hew out to Fisher; Moss came up and showed his capacity with thc willow by knocking
oue out across the canvas fence, tho
umpire, however, declared it to be a
foul and Moss? came in from third
and repeated the performance, only
this time he straightened it out and
got a home run; Adams ilew to
Bruce; MftCe singled, and stole second; Irwin fanned.   One run.
Fourth Innings.
Revclstok e—Phillips out, Williams
to Aedams; Fisher out, Williams to
Atiams, Derr flew to Harper. In,
this' Inninj Cresler pitched only six
balls.
Kamloops—Harper hit safe, but was
out stealing second, Burgison flew to
This victory shows  that Revelstoke   White; Cresler out Bingham to White,
are getting down to their usual win-   No runs,
ning stride, and     gives promise that Flfth Innings
to which spectators  Reveletoke-List singled; Pulley flew to
brilliant victory over thc team of
that city by licking them handsomely
and hefore a large crowd of their opponents supporters to the tune ot 9
to 6.
As will be seen trom tho extended report we publish, re produced Irom the
Kamloops Sentinel, Revelstoke admittedly  won on their  merits the eflorts
convening  tho meeting.
City Electrician North was in at-
tendance and gave expert evidence regarding the stroet lighting extensions
now in process of installation, and
was Instructed to be ready with do-
tails as outlined tor tho regular meeting  on Friday next.
The council then plunged into a detailed consideration ot lhe assessment
report now aU but completed and the
estimates for consideration of    which
thc  special  meeting  was  called
over three hours of hard work
put  in    before    the adjournment
11:30 p.m.
by brilliant work with thc stick
in the field.
and
CRICKET
MATCHES
PLANNED
cent rae tors who arc now busily engaged erecting camps west of this
city. Mr. Alexander ot Mission City,
an expert trackman will bo the superintendent ot the work, while Mr.J.
Mi-Lundio who arrived from tho wesi
yesterday, will have charge of the
efficial offices' of the contractors whioh
are now in operation and are situated behind the stockyards just next to
and   the Imperial Oil Co.'s store.
It is expected that many hundreds
of men will bo employed 0n this double tracking and that the work will
last nearly  two years.
At present the double tracking will
to started at mile-4. the work being
carried-on both ways. The fact that
probably *2,i>C'0 men employed on the
double tracking will be paid off iu
Revelstoke, means much for this city,
as it means that a very large payroll will be anoth'r \aluable asset to
at
Moss; Bruce walked; Bingham hit out     The local cricket team will play the
a two bagger, scoring List and Bruce   Nelson team a match at the  grounds
Revelstoke.
been treated will be continued during y/Tl)ihl hit out a bome ,.un>    sCol-ing at Revelstoke on Dominion Day, July
the tuture games  ot  the season. Bingham;    White struck out,  Phillips 1st,  Tuesday next.
It is always gratifying when Revel- out  to Adams unassisted. Four runs.      The local team will leave on Aug
stoke can slip ono over   such worthy
VOTED IN LUMP SUM.
antagonists as our neighboring city
ot Kamloops and the Revelstoke ball
team havo done themselves pcoud by
of
$47,334 TO
ASSIST B.C.
AGRICULTURE
as the  Canadian      Liberals this  year
0[  havo been urging that the money for
tne   the Canadian Dreadnoughts should be
l voted  annually.   But  with regard    to
the contract-built     thips the   British
Parliament  of   18V)   absolutely  disrc -
To give credit  where it ia duo,      it
must frankly  be     acknowlodged that
the  baseball honors  yesterday    afternoon fell  to the more   deserving •• of  trying to steal third; Irwin
Kamloops   Harper fanned.   No runs.
tho two contesting  teams.
garded this  principle.   It formed     a    layod an excellent game, full of mer-
fund of £10,0O0,0llOand it directed that . , . , ,, , .•■■„„, _.,
,.. . . / , , . . it and marked by nally brilliant pcr-
this fund was to be expended in a certain number of annual instalments, formances, but Revelstoke played a
Tho Flrs't Lord of the Admiralty, bettor. Revelsloke could not, indeed,
Lord George Hamilton, and ihe Chan ,-iuim any   very  marked     superiority
and a good game is assured.
A good tug-oi-war is in course
prepRiation between the city and
C. P. R.
Admission to the grounds will be
50c. for adults, and 2">c. for children,
including grgndstand.
FOOTBALL
Kvery footballer is expected to bo
out on the athletic field tonight. at
6:45 tor final practice before going to
Kamloop-. Tho-e who are chosen to
play the' Kamloops boys, are as follows:
Goal. John Allan; full ba-ks, Wm.
Blair, Jim Bell; half-baeks, H. Tait,
A. B?U, J. Tltterington; forwards, H,
Oonlifl, W. Allan, Geo. Miller, D. Uoll
W. Smith; spare, Thos. Henderson.
ion.
CAMPAIGN   FUND. |    Tlms wh,.n thl,     British  Parliament
The Pi-nance Committee) in charge ol   desired  lo  make a  special effort      to
Uie Campaign Fund to raise $5,000 for  strengthen the navy it pursued    the
our Y.M.C.A.. to wipe out aU its   in-  exact fingncial course followed by Mr.
debtedness, wish to makes the final ap   Borden.
peal to all  interested in  tho welfare of  LIBERAL   GOVERNMENT'S    PL AN.
the *Y" Monday evening next, will In 19(19 the Liberal governmenl at favored by the fortune ol war. for
be the closing night of tho campaign present in power |0 Great Britain put their batting successes were always
and full particulars will be given in through Parliament a measure goner- opportune in assisting men on tbe
the public press Wednesday next. aUy  known as  the    Development   Act.   bases  to  lind th ir way home.   Thus
Over 84,000 have been raised by   tho   It is  designed to give government aid  Kamloops, the    loscrB, mado 17
I.y  niei'ns of grants an(i loans *o as-   to their opponents 14.
Kamloops—Williams    fanned;   Lister ust 16th for Victoria, where they will
out Bingham to Wnito; Moss flew out play the various Island teams includ-
to Lhi, who made a splendid catch.— ing Victoria, Duncans, Oak Bay, Civ-
No runs. il  Service Team,  Victoria;     Garison-
Sixth Innings I Albion.     Tho     Revelstoke   team will
|    Revelstoke—Fisher     out,    Moss    to Play seven matches on the Island al-
tho  Adams; Derr out Cresler to     Adams; together.                                                    ! weeks the minister, ot Agriculture,lion
| Listed    fouled   out to Burgison.    No     0n Ju'y 12th> barring accidents Sal  Martin Bun-ill, expects to reach     an
runs. mon Arm and Revelstoke teams wlll  agreement with all ot tho     provinces
Adams hit safe, Mace attempted to Play a match at Salmon Arm.              wilh regard to expenditures under the
sacrifice but reached first    on     Biug- Now that the Revelstoke ball team   aid to the Agricultural Act.
ham's error; Adams was put out   in t,a"* carried     ofl the honors from the     This year $70i',0iK) has been appro-
Ottawa, June 26—Within a e'ouple 0f
Now
has  carried     ofl the honors  from the
fanned;   Kamloops team it is only natural that prfated for that purpose, and it i      to
the  local     admirers   ot    this  skilled be  used almost altogether for educa-
Igame,  want  the  local cricketers     to tional work.   The propo-ed disburse -
win some honors from competing out- monta in Ontario and Prince Edward
Biuee  sidl. teams,   -Therefore thn matchcs on J:-and have been approved bv the ,.„.
Sew out to Harpy; Bingham singled,   Dominion Day and the 12th will     be until.
Seventh Innings
Revelstoki—Pulley    fanned;
trying, to pilfer   see-  especially interesting.
ecllor of the Exchequer, Mr. Goschen,
explained this fully and said that the
reason for taking this step was that
it was desirable to carry thc entire
program through without alteration.
The Liberals objected in a somewhat
halfhearted manner io this method of
linan ing   and   were   beaten   on   divis -
over the home team, and both sid s
struggled hard until tbc very end
when tho visitors emerged winners ot
a well earned victory by 9 to 6
Both teams gave a Bplendid exhibition oi fielding, and for Kamloops
Burgison as catcher played „ gamo
of outstanding merit, while Moss oa
third base was deserving of high com
mendaiion. This latter player, n.ore-
over, won success in wielding the
club for he scored one home run with
a glorious sti oke that carried the
ball well over thc lence.
The  fine play   of  the  visitors    was
but was out in
ond.   No runs.
Kamloops—Burgison  out,    Derr    to
White;  Cresler out  Phillips  to  White;
Williams    hit  sa!'.  and  stole  second;
Lister flew out to Wright.   No ■ runs.
Eighth Innings.
Revels'tokc—Wright hit a grounder,
Which Wad too hot for Moss to handle', and rea'hed third; White funned*,
1 bUlipa fanned, Fisher was hit by
pitched ball; Derr hit sate, storing
Wright, und stole second by a nar.
tow margin, Fisher scoring on a poor
throw from Williams to Bergison ;
List out on foul to Moss.   Two runs.
Kamloops—Moss  out    Bingham
APPOINTED
MASTER
MECHANIC
Mace
citizens and railroad boys and thc com
mittee ar>' anxious to Bfloure in subscription- the remaining I'JOO by June
30th, 1918.
Remember this will be the last appeal to the public and we (eel assured
that it will be reloaded to. Many
have mh ription cards in their possession but as jet have not turned
them in. To so at otre, or phone
No. 58.
White,   Adams flew  to Phillip3
liew to  Derr.   No runs.
Ninth  Innings.
Revelstoke—Pulley hit a hot  one to
uiu  .Moss who tumbled,  ami    reached second,  but was out un  stealing
Lethbridge, June 25—George Moth,
who for the past lour years has been
a resident ot Lethbridge, and who has
held thc position oi travelling engineer for the C.P.R. out of this division
to  al point has been promoted to the post   Libit for it.
Manitoba  proposals are expect
ed shortly,     Hon. George    Lawrence.
Minister of Agriculture for that province, having had a conference with the
| bureau not Iong ago.   Manitoba is to
i get $50,700.
I    British     Columbia    propo-'al- hav.*
been mailed  that province and it is to
'j-et 147,334.
Negotiations ave ia progress with
Saskatchewan, which is to get $55,2'.id
and Alberta, which is to get $46,091.
Agreements with Quebec. Nova Scotia
tnd New Brunswick are pending.
Mr.  Burrell  will  -a.l  for  Ghent    on
July  3.   He  will  visit   the  exhibition
there, and i-' planning a splendid ex-
He     will also look into
Bruce hit saftft   Bingham hie
on
Kish.'i' mit William- io Adams
Two
Card of Thanks
On behalf of tbe Revelstoke C.P.R.
Baseball Club, 1 wish to thank Manager W.A. Smythe and the Frank Rich
Co., and the Revelstoke Band for the
successful theatrical entertainment of
last evening. The Ball Clubs treasury
being considerably enhanced.
K. G. McRae
Secretary Baseball Team
sist in the building of g0od roads, the     Tbe inking that gave Revelstoko    a
development of forestry, the encour- decided lead was the Mth. Brm* and two-bngger; Wright went out
a ement of agriculture, the building List were on basVs when Bingham, stretching a two-bagger into a three-
of eanals, etc., and tho method of aid went to the plate. This last player I agger, but scored Bruce and Bing-
uelected is thc format oa of a fund struck „ ti-eful two-bagger which al- lm™: White hit safe:
fiom which various enterprises ean re lowtd Hi ure and Lisl to scamper
eei e n on tary assistance, The fund homo. Wright then look up the cud- r
w;.s to be 'ormed by a series of live gel and prettily placed the ball over
; nn :al \otes each of .C.">0ii,00<>; that tbe fence, so that-both lie haul Hingis lo say, Parliament in 1909 not on- 1 amgot io.ind amid lhe wild rnlhus-
ly put through a vote of £500,0011 for 'asm of the Hevelstoke -upporlers.
ihis purpose, but ordained that each Bach team had previously soored
year for four successive years'a simil- 0llei Revelsloke in th" lind and Kam-
ar vote was to be passed. This was loops in ihe 3rd innings. Sui sctiui-nt-
blnding  future  Parliaments  to      vote ly  'he visitors scored a couple In
of district master mechanic at Revel- the  agricultural methods   of Belgium,
stoke.   The promotion is a well deserv tbat  country particularly  advanced in
ed one and is very popular among rail intensive farming,
road men here.   Mr. Moth will be sue Hon. W.T. White will sail for   Eng-
ceeded hy W.   J.    McQueen, of Moosa land for a short visit towards the end
third;   Jaw.  who is promoted from  the posi- of July.
oui  a   ''O'1 of locomotive engineer.
A.S. Williamson of Vancouver, was
noticed among Fridny's arrivals from
ihe west.
Kamloops:—
Kamloops came io bat in this in -
niiiMs with ihe score staneling 9 to 1
agninst tbem, 'lhe players' wero de-
teiinin d to cut down the lead, and
the Inns joined them. Kvery body was
into the game, and Bingham seemed Adams, lb.
10 Weaken. Irwin, tho lirst man up Ma*e, c. f.
the hit out a  two-bagger;  Harper singled;   Irwin,  r
Williams, s.
Lester, 'Mi.
Moss,  3b.  ..
f.
money      without    dlscuAlon.   1 a "h >''nini-' nnd  added still two more Burgison     flew out to White;  Cresler Harper,  I. f.
do/en members of Parliament objected «hm they next  went in lo bat.   The out,  Phillips to White,  Irwin scoring Bergison, c. .
but  the hulk of the Conservatives and scores therefore stood at 9-1  In favor on  ,hu  P^i  Williams' singled:  Lister Cresler,  p.   ...
lhe whole of  lho  Liberal  party voted of the visitors' when  the     Kgmloops hlt  satei    "coring Harper    and    Wil-
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against  the proposal to condemn tbis  team came to bat in the final, 8    in
HamB:   Moss  hit  a  three-bagger  scor-
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method of  flnanoing  a big  proposition  arrears, and finished    only   three   be-  *ne  List,'r;  Adams  hit a  two-bagger,
Thus we see that a Conservative par bind.   Througboutthe    whole of     the »nd scored Moss;  Maco lined one    to
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Summary,
s Lester (2), Adams  (2),
liament  in  1880 and a Liberal  Parliament  in  1909 took exactly the course
niinniE ii iiiiii iM io wh,ich Mr. Bord„n ba, purBU(>d  ftt>d
H which  the  Liberals wise-acres of  Canal adit at'e  declaring  to  be  une onstitu -
play the Kamloops combination    had  Wri*ght,  the latter making one of tho  Irw.iin| Bine-ham;  3 base hits:     Moss
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By nn error of tho ad writ
cr the prices as published in
the ad of the "Passcrs-By" in
the Mail-Herald of Wednesday
last read fiom BOc. lo $2.00.
This should bave read from
50c. lo $l..r>0 as a dollar and
a half, is the highest price to
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toke Lawn Tennis Club's grounds between tho Foreot Mills o-f B.C. team,
and the club team. The matches were
between Individual players in a gre'at
many instances very closely contested
The match ended eleven to three in
fnvor of thc Club.
displayed not the slightest discourage Prettiest catches of tho game
ment, nnd now with  everything     ag-  run8
ainst them  th-y made a grand spurt
that went far  to retrieve the honors  Revelsloke:—
of the slrirken field; and the completion of five runs    in the    final inning
wns a piece of     work thalwon   loud
plaudits from  the excited crowd.
"The Sentinel" reporter was unable
to obtain particulars of the 1st and
2nd innings, but details of the suc-
ei-edin? play were as follows:
Third Innings.
Revelstoko—Bruce struck out;  Bingham struck out: Wright got a   pass, I
Wright, s.s.
While, lb.
Phillips, 2b.
Kisli.'i*. 1. f.
Derr, 3b. ...
List,   c.  {.   .
Pulley, 0	
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Bingham, p.
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9   14   27   11    2
Wright; home runs; Moss, Wright;
hit by pitcher, Fisher; bases on balls
Cresler 1; ,3truck out: by Cresler 9,
ly Bingham 4; stolen bases, Williams'
Moss, Mace, Wright, Pulley.
Score   by   Innings.
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Hevelstoke 0 10 0 4 0 0 2 2—9
Kamloops   0 0 10 0 0 0 0 5—0
Standing of the League
W.   L.    Pet.
Vernon   4     2     .667
Kamloops   3      3      .500
Revelstoke   3      3      .500
Kelowna  2      i
Circus Coning
Rice Bros. Colossal Shows, Menagerie and Hippodrome will be the flrst
and only big Show in Revelstoke this
season.
This -how that is canvassing new
Be el-   and   making  new   friends.      The
menagerie has been selected wuth sucb
rare and utter dl-regard to expense
that it ranks as thc Menagerie "De-
Lux." This' is the -how 0f Features.
No act linds a place in th; pei form-
ance until it has demonstrated its
al sol :t.' superiority over all acts ol
similar character. Grand Free Street
Parade- of Tableaus cages. Horses
which are the finest obtainable". Don't
forget tho date, Revelstoke, Thursday
July 3rd.
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famous Neilson choe-olaHes and
have stoi'k a complete range
This with Manning's Broad -
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you  an  unbeaten  selection.
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THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,  JUNK  28,  1913.
Drug Store Goods
four mc; soap lines
1 — REXALL GLYCERINE SOAP—Half lb. Cake	
 .'$ FOR   SOc
2.—BUTTER MILK AND OATMEAL SOAP	
 50C A DOZENS—MOTHER'S FAVORITE SOAP—35c a box of Three
Cakes; Three Boxes, $1.00 and Soap Doll.
4.—SHELL BRAND CASTILE SOAP—2J lb. Bar~50c
HOT   WEATHER   NEEDS
Health Aperient  Salts 25c
Citrate of Magnesia 25c
Lemonade Powder 20c —3 for 50c
Lime Juice 50c and 75c
Welsh's Grape Juice Pints, 40c ; Quarts, 50c
We h ive a store loaded with Roods you need
Keep our stock in mind, us we have what
you want when you want il A* i0
I
£ews  Drug ejtore
THE   REXALL   STORE
L.E.GRIFFITHS
Kay, Grain and Feed
Office :
Cumming's Transfer Co.'y
Second Street
G. W. HALL,
Manager
The rumor is revived hy tho Mall
antl Empire, that the Minister ol Interior will retire in consequence of ill
health. Several months ago when Dr.
Roche went to Rochester, Minn., to ba
operated on for kidney trouble, ft rumor was telegraphed from Ottawa to
tin' fleet ihat the minister's health
was such that he might be unable to
remain in tho cabinet. At that time
the' names of Messrs. Bennet and Mei-
ghen were prominently mentioned for
the vacant portfolio. The later is the
member for Portage la Prairie, Man.,
Jic'ing elected for that seat in' 1008. Ho
is a lawyer nnd an able speaker who
always commands the respect of the
house. He is regarded as the government's principal authority on the rules of the house, of which he has mado
a considerable study. Mr. Bennett is
the member for  Calgary.
DOMINION
GOVfcKNMtHT
EXP£MUITURE
For Dyspepsia
If you suffer Stomach Trouble,
nnd you try our remedy, it won't
cost you a cent if it fails.
To prove to you thai Indisestion
and dyspepsia can be thoroughly relieved and that hexall Dyspepsia
Tablota will do it, wo will furnish
the: medicine absolutely free if it
fails to give you satisfaction.
The remarkable BUCCCSS of Hexall
Dyspepsia Tablets Is due to the high
degree of scientific r-Uill used in clc-
vising tlicir formula as well as to the
care exercised In their manufacture,
whereby the well-known properties
of Bisrauth-Subnitrate and Pepsin
have been properly combined with
Carminatives and other agents.
Bismuth-Subnltrate and Pepsin
nre constantly employed and recognized by the entire medical profession as invaluable In the treatment
of indigestion and dyspepsia. Their
proper combination makes a remedy
invaluable for stomach relief.
We are so certain that, there is
notliilm so good for stomach ills as
Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets that WO urge
you to try them at our risk. Three
sizes, 125 cents, 00 cents, and $1.00.
You can lniy Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets
in thk community only at eeur store:
WALTER  BEWS.
RevelBtoke llriiiiili Columbia
The ^jantatl Store
There is a Rcmll Store in nearly even- town
ind city in the United States, Canadu anel
C "at llritain. There is a different Rexull
Rcn.Mxly for Dearly every ordinary human ill —
each ihpocially designed for the particular ill
for which e't iu recommended.
The Rexall Mores are America's Greatest
i)ru« Stores
ITS PLEASANT
TO BE SERVED
so promptly ami
at this restaurant.
onlv a foretaste of
perfectly as you are
And  the service if
THE FINE MEAL YOU WILL ENJOY
Ottawa, June -'5—That the government Is fully alive to Canada's greatest problem, that ol transportation,
and its allied facilities, is indicated
in the generous appropriations made
this year. The engineering stall of lho
Public Works 'department is now ap -
plying itself to the preliminary arrangements for the calling of tenders'
on several new, very expensive works
and of proceeding with oiher under -
takings already ponding.
During the session there are always
demands by members ol Parliament to
have works in their respective eonti-
tu'ncii'S snuti-d 'immediately. Th'.s
cannot be done as time wi.l 'be'required to prepare plans. However, tbe
intention is to have all the works
comprised in the forty-live million del
lars appropriations under way before
thc year terminates,
All parts of lhe country have been
looked niter in what may be described as national  works.
Halifax, io begin with, is to hav/i
new terminals nnd docks for tho I.O.
H., costing eight to ten millions,
while a big drydock is nlso to bo
built, Bt. John has lhe extensive
Courtenay Day Improvements, including also a 'drydock.
In a fow days Ihe contra t will he
awarded for the large drydock at St.
Joseph de Levis, opposite Quebec,
while the river St. Charles is being
deepened and many new terminal facilities added for ini I way and steamship service. Montreal harbor board
is proceedingoi the strength of government ad.an:es, with the yearly
stags of improvements to aggregate:
'in cost  $l-s,fi00.000
Tenders will he called this week for
Ton n o harbor works, to cost ji'.uoo-
000, while a good Btart has been made
.e.d bigger plane are in view for sim-
ilar works in Hamilton. On July 17.
tenders for the first section ol the Wel
land canal v. ill !■■ in, and those fo:*
oth "i* sections' will bo called In it month or so. On Georgian Pay extensive
tired. Ing works gre in progress anil
work is being ru.-h 1 on the Trent
canal, while at Soo, with its abnormal -hippn.'. a subsidized drydock is
t nder construction. Port Arthur ami
Fort William improvements consist of
ne-<w dorks and warehouses, elevators,
and hnrhor improvements.
A system of internal elevators will
be built on the prairies, those nt
Saskatoon and Moi se Jaw being already  decided  ii| on.
t'i'.t nt the Coast, Vancouver is to
have big docks and harbor facilities,
while similar works and n breakwat-
ci at Victoria are well started. Ks-
0,111 malt, in iln> extreme west, gets a
■ii   il.. k of the lirst-rlnss.
It is said  that the way  to  a  man's Departmental    expenditures in     the
heart is through  his  Btomach.   Wean *          ars bavo doubled, bul tho grow
sun-  *.. reach yours  if you'll  drop  in   th  0.  ,hl t        „,  lta r0-ineWenl
and try our bill of fare.     It  perfect vie .         ,    ,          .    . .       ,   ...
tuals,   perfectly   cooked   and   perfect!) """ *''"'•    'or up-to-date     belittles for
served,  will ,.'ain your friendship,   wi h ndlin; uafc ha      both necessitate
iolutely sure of yours. d  and   ustified  the extensive outlay
  now I •• n/   'tinted.
WINDSOR
A. li. Thiakison
CAFE
M m.i ." '.
ShiiohWH
The   family   remedy   for   Coughs
Sh.loh costj   so   little   and does
and Colds
so much!'
"Where are 'he  great men  of    to-
I  pessimistic  contempor-;
' 0      a a I     "'     .eiild   tell     him
y   Walter  .Iihnstn   is  in  Washing-1
ii n, Ty Cobb in Detroit, anl     Hans
Wa n i  is playing short for the Pitta-
i-i* rates.
SUMMER Dk ^GOODS^
Ladies Tweed Skirts
Ladies 1-piece Dresses
Ladies' Suits
Only a few Suits left to clear at
Special Prices.
in   White    Lawn,   and   Muslins.
Regular $1 and $6.     Your choitt
for                                     $2.00
White Wash Skirts
Prices $1.75 to $2.50.
Women's Spring Hosiery
Women's   White  Underwear.
Ladies'House Dresses
Reg. $4, $3, $3-to clear at $2.00.
Millinery!
Millinery
Spring Wash Goods
Our stock Never Better.   Prices
marked down from 40c. and 35c.
 ., 26c.
Millinery
We are keeping in tourh with
the Eastern Market.     You can
depend upon the latest styles.
REID & YOUNG
NOTIOE
For  the convenience of     taxpayers,
\.   R.  Brown  Provincial    Government
lor,     will      he     on  hand     at
ibe       « oil- tor's    omcc, Rmlitoka,
Nine   p.  in.,     on     Monday,
i    e-iv.e      payinn'-ts,
the last day for    dis-
•i'h  taxes.
TENDERS
tO ors.
■ im ealM Foi  i. liMini   tba
Pl« ell'l    Bp» ill-
.*   "II        t,|
King Edward bo
I     M      .'llll All
0    I.,      Myhn-
noon,  .Inly  10, l'JU.
The lowest  or any tendei  not  met
' sari I v
, KM,
RsTtlstok*  I.etui   lliitri. t.
Pis' '     eni  Koot»najr.
Take   notice  'hat      Claude      WnUOO
.' Nakusp, ii i' . o   npntion
•   RanebsTi intends io apply   for
permlMioi (o   purchase 'be following
■ d lands.
Comrosneisg   *t ft po*t planted   at
* -,r h   Btat OOTMf ol    Timber Mmlt
, Number .r>l?«, thenc* »oulh IV)   chains,
■, B | ,«e,t  ti shalns, (bene follow-
' log t.lo me'Rnderinic of  the  lake tn place
of commmeerneni, containing one hundred  arret more or less.
Dated  June 2nd, 1918.
0LA0D1 WATHON CAMERON
1st Heme Jnne 7, t,H.
Sherwin    P o i n 4- o
We carry a full range of colors in the above, both
_ for inside and outside work, also floor finishes,
_ Stains,   Varnishes,  Oil Turps, Johnson's Wood
Dyes, etc.   For best results see that S. W. P. is
marked on the can.     Everything in up-to-date
Paint Brushes.
STOVES—A Kootenay or S.iskaltit Ran^e made by the
largest firm in tlml business in the British Empire; will K>v«
more heat on less fuel, last longer, look and cook, better than
any stove on the market to-day, we can prove this to you.
Camp Stoves, Camp Outfits, Baseball, Lacrosse and Tennis
Goods, Bicycles, Pishing Tackle.
GROCERIES, Frttlt and Vegetables. We do an ever
increasing trade in these; Qunlity Goods, l'air Prices, Correct
Accounts.
We are headquarters for Poultry Supplies, chick food, extra
tirade Wheat, Hay Peed, etc.
BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
_GROCERS AND HARDWARE DEALERS
First St, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
□□□□□□oaaDDDDDpaDDDDDDODnnDDnannaaDODCiEi:
A Remarkable Expression
of Public Confidenc
ia shown in the statement of thia Company for the flseal year
ending March 31st, 1913. As compared with one year ago, the
following figures are exceptionally interesting:
ASSETS MARCH 31st,    1913    $45(i,'.>15.72
ASSISTS MARCH 31st,  1912  $111,208.CO
showing a net gain of $34.r>,G47.12
This remarkable gain is positive evidence of the convenience and  practicability  of the O. H. I.  C. plan.
NEARLY ONE-QUARTER MILLION DOLLARS LOANED
TO CONTRACT HOLDERS at 6 PER CENT. SIMPLE INTEREST DURING THE PAST FISCAL  YEAR.
If YOU Desire a Home of Your Own—If you Would Be Independent  of a Landlord—Investigate This plan—Now.
The Canadian Home Investment Co., Ltd.
"Canada's Old Reliable"
Home Ofllce:    PACIFIC BUILDING, Second Floor
VANCOUVER, B. C.
Revelstoke Office : J. B. WATSON REALTY  CO.
r»Iin>iM|«r-«l«l"l«l"l"l"l*l"l»W^
Celebrate Dominion Day
IIST    KAMLOOPS
Fun Starts at 10 a. m. and lasts till midnight
BASEBALL
FBBIBALL
[
Kamloops v. Verooo
Kamloops v. Revelstoke
Kamloops v. Kelowna
Athletic events of all kinds. Catching the Greasy Pig
Aquatic Sports.        Climbing the Greasy Pole.
Motor Boat Races.
Confetti Carnival io tlie Mjj
Come and forget you are getting old and
thoroughly  enjoy  yourself  for  one  day.
REDUCED RATES FROM ALL POINTS
i»|Minui»«i»w»wiwini«mi«w
□aDDQDnDDDDnanonnnnnnnannDDr. r
Now Is the Time for Fertilizing Vour Garden
Have a Car of Fertilizer on Track.
Save money by buying direct from
Car
P. BURNS & GO., Limited
iroi*«rgi"frW"K«j"i»i^^
LET   US   DESIGN   YOUR   STATIONERY
Tbe statu, of a bualnaa* huuie li
reflfrtod In il. .tatiemery. It P«vh
to h«T>' thf !■»«! that's tolng. We
;i»" S'eu lh.  highest ejllMltr kt IU
oweet prior,   rn. estimates.
f.
We offer you expert lervlc*.   Print
Mail-Heraltf        j, 0(lr buelnumi nnd our hobby too.
"Up. To tbe beit selection of paper and
Elactrlo Prtee      tvpe we add originality and smart-
neal of design aad rapid delivery. SATURDAY, JUNE 28.  1913.
THE MAIL-HERALD,REVELSTOKE
PAGE THRH»
J. B. Watson Realty Co,
$10,000
FOR A NAME
SEE NEXT ISSUE 0E THIS PAPER
J. B. Watson Realty Co.
W. H. HOROBIN, Manager.       Local Agency American Casually Co.
AGENT FOR PACIFIC SALES A86OCIATICN, LIMITED.
POPULAR
M. P. P.
MARRIED
SYNOPSIS   OF COAL MINING
REGULATIONS.
Mr.  J.P.  Shaw, M.P.P., has now   a 	
partner to help him along the Jifticuli Coal mining rights of the Dominion
tind oftimes thorny Path of puhlic lite in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alloc yeaterday afiernoon at flve o'clock neria,    the    Yukon    Territory,      the
his marriage with Miss Flreace Beat-
tie was solemnized.
The ceremony, which took place at
the residenc of tho bndc's mothei*,
354 Columbia street,  was very quiet,
N orth-west Territories and in a portion of the Province of British Columbia, may be leased ior a term of
twenty-one years at an annual rent-
lot" only the immediate relatives of the al of $1 au acre. Not more than
happy couple were present as spectat- 2.5&0 acres will be leased to one ap-
ors when the Hev. G.O. Failis conducted the marriage service,
plicant.
Application for lease must be made
by the applicant in person to the
"\geut or Bub-Agent ot the diBtrict
in which the rights applied for are
•ltuated.
The lease will Include the coal mia-
The rooms at Mrs. Deattie's residence were very prettily decorated
wi.h Bowers, and the bride looked
charming In a simple blue serge travelling suit Hilda whiee hat with largo
plume-. Despite thc fact that tho
wedding had not been widely anuounc- ln« ri&ht» only, but the lessee may
,el in anticipation numerous presents >■• Permitted to purchase whatever
were received as evidence of tho es- available surface rights may be con-
tabli-I.ed popularity antl esteem in ^etei necessary for the working of
which both bride and groom are dc- "»» mine at the rate of V" '"' "
M'lvedly  held.
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED 1856
Record of Progress for Five Years—1906-1911
1906
* 3,000,000
3,000.000
23,677,730
27.4.r>7,090
33,090,192
1911
$ 4,000,000
4,600,000
35,042,311
38,854,801
48,237,284
Capital        -
Reserve   -      -      -      -
Deposits       ....
Loans and Investments
Total Assets
Has 83 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents In all
the Principal Cities in the World.
A QENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Interest allowed at highest current rate.
Revelstoke Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager
Mr. nnd Mrs. Shaw left by the seven
o'clock train for the east where they
will visit many centres of interest. On
their return to British Columbia they
will take up residence at New Westminster.
Mrs.   Shaw,  as Miss Florence Beat-
acre.
In surveyed territory the land must
be described by sections, or legal
sub-diviBions of sections, and in un-
surveyed territory the tract applied
for shall be staked out by the ap -
plicant  himself.
ICnch applicant must he accompan-
ti... was a favorite with the people of  iPd ''? 8 tee of »5 which wiU be
a
funded  if the rights applied  for
re-
arc
wdo will  wish  not available,  but not otherwise.   A
[j(,r  royalty     shall    be paid on the mer-
.INFANTS APPAREL,
Another consignment in the
above lines just to hand    ,    .
Infants White Silk Robes, Long and Short
Cream Cashmere Cloaks, White Embroidered Shortening Dresses	
MRS. A. G. CRICK,
FIRST STREET
Kamloops,    among whom she had
larye  i ir le  of  friend
her every  joy  and happiness    in
new |jfp , chantable output of the mine at the
Mr. .lame. Pearson Shaw, who was rate of flve centi Per ton*
returned as member for the Yale Di- The Peraon operating the mine shall
vision to the provincial parliament ., furnish the A«cnt with 8Worn return'
couple of years ago, is a man whose accounting for the full quantity of
business abilities and sterling worth .merchantable coal mined and pay the
hnve won forhimafiner^ardthroug-l1-0^1*? thereon* If the coal minln«
hout B.itish Columbia. His recent ri«ht8 are not beln8 operated, such
appointment to thc Indian commission Tetn™ Bhould be furniBhed at lea,t
has marked him out ns one     who-fe once a year*
qualities will   lead to   lncreaata3   sue-     For ful1    formation    application
oeg8i should be made to the Secretary    of
Political opponents can join     with the department of the Interior,    Ot-
party  friends to wish happiness    and  tftWa' or to the Agent or Sub"AK«nt
prosperity  to  Mr.   nnd Mrs.      James :of Dominion Land«*
Pearson  Shaw.—Inland  Sentin-1. w- w- CORY.
W-E   HI-A-ATIE   IT!
Laughton C& Tapping, Props. First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
European Plan
Open Day and Night. - Meal Tickets, $6.00
MONTHLY BOARD
&p§Sfe
'■$
H. J. McSOFLLY, Frcpnttor.
^eefVeaS
[y--      *iJLM
L
For a nice roast, steak or
chop of any kind, try us.
Swift's Premium Hams
and Bacon, Premium
Cooked Hams, Silver Leaf
Lard, Banner brand Eggs
or a nice plump Chicken
or Fowl-
Don't Forget we Sell Brookfield Butter
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
'Si-sTofc^:
$•
Strictly Fi st Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with Bath
Union   Hotel
JUST NF.WI/V RBPAIRED
RATES,      .     $1.50 PER DAY
Weekly and monthly rates to l>e arrnnKed.       Meal Tickets, 21 meals for $6.00
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
A. P. LBVESQUK, Proprietor
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.   Rates $1 a day.    Monthly rates.
J-.   ^LXiBEJRT     STONE      PBOP.
Read "Mail-Herald" SALES AND WANTS for Snaps
IH
DOMINION
ROYAL HAIL
STEAMERS
LARPWAMERHANADA!
SAILING EVERY TUESDAY FROM
MONTREAL        QUEBEC LIVERPOOL
New S.S. Laurentic. .(15,000 Tons). .New S.S. Megantic
First-Class-$92.50.      Socond-i?53.75.     Third-$32.50
S. S. Teutonic
5S2 feet long.
Twin Screw
Steamers
S. S.Canada
514 feet long.
Only One Class Cabin (II) $50.00 and Up
and Third Class $31.25 and Up, Carried
For Sailings, Illustrated Booklets, etc., apply to
COMPANY'S ^OFFICES
619 SECOND AV2W2, NEAR CHERRY ST., SEATTLE
C. P. R Ticket J Agent, Revelstoke
COFFEE - CHICORY - TEA
Fresh Roasted Brazil, per lb    35c
Fresh Roasted Mocha and Java blend, per lb    50c
Old Country Chicory, per package     20c
Ceylon Tea, in bulk, 3 lbs. for $1.00
Other teas,   including Tetleys,  Liptons, Ridgways,
Silver Spoon, etc. -
John McIntyre & SON
First Street. Telephone No. 93
SEASONABLE HARDWARE
At Prices Net/er Before Offered
to the Public of Revelstoke
We are offering some of the many seasonable and attractive lines and hope to enlarge the impression that we are
ready with the goods that are wanted, as they are wanted,
and at the lowest possible price, consistent with good
quality.
Screen Doors $1.50 to $2.75
"    30c to 45c
Stei> Ladders $1 to $4.50
Hoes, Rakes, Spades etc from 50c to $1.25
Lawn Mowers   $6.50 to $10.50
"     Rakes     50c
"      Hose       $4.50 to $11 per 50 ft.
Sprinklers 40c up
Grass Cutters $1.50
Alabastine in all Colors
The Famous  MINERVA Paints—The Best in Canada.
.   .   SPORTING GOODS of all kinds   .   .
COME IN AND SEE-NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS
Revelstoke Hardware Company, Ltd.
Agents for GURNEY'S CHANCELLOR Rarges.
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO-OOG 00
SUMMER LEADERS... °
Fan Tan
New Blue
Dixie Gray
These are some of the new color tones. They
come in worsteds and tweed effects. This is what
the stylish dressers in large cities are wearing.
We are showing a wide variety of these weaves.
WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION
i  McRae Mercantile Co.
6 HOBBERLIN C. N. R. SOCIETY B    I    ,
WKKHKH>0<>0<HK><H><H>0*00<>0<KK>*6
Central Hotel
Abrahamsun" Bros.
Props.
First-Class in all
respects.
All Modern" ."..']
Conveniences'
IATES, $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Rates
REVELSTOKE. B. C.
. . . It Might Be Hot. . .
BTJT
It is always fine in the plunge at Halcyon Hot Springs,
whose natural hot medicinal waters are the most wonderful health restorer on the Continent. Our record of cures
of rheumatism and other chronic complaints is unequalled
and verified by our gratified patrons. Located among the
greatest scenery of Canada, easv of access,—the Sanitarium is luxuriously fitted and finished for comfort and
convenience of guests.
Haleyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. BOYD, Proprietor, -        Halcyon. Arrow Lakes
Howson C& Co., Ltd.
Furniture, Carpets and Linoleum at Eastern Prices, Freight
c/ldded.
Howson C& Co., Ltd. PAGE FOUR
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,  JUNE 28, 1913.     ^
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We have that roomy, economical, elegant
and trustworthy refrigerators you have long
wanted A* AP «W
"THE   BAR NETT"
The  Most Hygienic   and Sanitary
To Suit  the   Home   or   the   Store
KEEP COOL
Get One of Our Ice Cream Freezers, from $1.25 Up.
Oil Stoves—-Good Selection $1.25 Up
R. Z. CRAWFORD, Contracting Painter
SIGN PAINTING AND ALABASTINE DECORATING
A    SPECIALTY.    SATISFACTION   GUARANTEED
SHOP IH CMMING'S TRANSFER BLOCK,
SECOND STREET
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
---""-—~*raw**ti~rr~e—^—^ritt
Arc
you
Interested
-IN-
Cut Qlass Values
We have just received a large shipment of
finest CUT GLASS obtainab'- at values
hitherto unknown, and are making a
special effort to interest you. Our window will be a revelation to you. Come
and have a look. Every piece is marked
in plain figures and the prices will surprise you. It is up to you to benefit by
our good buying* and we are waiting to
show you
-AT-
J. Quy Qarbers
Revelstoke's pioneer Jeweler
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RESPONSIBILITY
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Well,   after   all,   the   whole   thing I   np
I*-.
However   we   may  tr.    to   shift
rue,
;   - ind .' thai really are to blame /      ^
If thin).'- are in a tangle .uie! a muss. ****j*
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If Might is right, if i      I ness yields  to  '      ,.
Greed, (      £    f _'
If Mammon thri I Gi  I is i|uite  (
feirL'M't.
II e1  I reigns in many a beauty -.pot,
ause ui- have not taken heed.
The   wrongs   that   live   are   those    we
tolei   •
.-•• v.e-  have   not   trieel   to   make
them ri'..!it;
If Darkness rules  where   fust: e e.,::
fe.r Light ;
If Love is trampled  out  by   Wrath  and
Hate.
If 'aaa In n toil and women slave;
If somi mei «liile others feasl
and waste,
If Truth is lost and Liberty disgraced.
If vaa.:        '.■ •   from  childhood to th"
.ve.
It i- bei lUse (Of a'l rear noise .turI fuss,
Wr stav content with matters as the;
We have (he final chance to  make  or
mar—
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to Us!
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SATURDAY,   JUNE 2.^,  1913.
Readers will join with us in congrat
.ulattojj the Revelstoke ball team oa
Iheir well merited victory at Kamloops, a full report of whieh appears
el-ewhere in this issue.
The scores registered by our boys
in all the mutches of ihe league during the present season, clearly show
Revelstoke to be an aggregation of
good players kepi hy hard I ick in
several instances out ot thc winning
column. The sanies having in most
cases been lost by the merest margin
oi runJ and that on very small scores
. Thinks to the sportsmanship ot
Individuals who ha\e sacrificed both
lime and money in pla.,in,' the great
tame, wearing tha Revelstoke eolors,
fans here have been enabled to keep a
good team in th.- league and to witness the best series of exhibitions of
ilose hall ever staged for the bmefit
of the public in th;a city; stieh a win-
n.a; effort as the tea.n made at Kamloops entiil s ihem to a renewed support nn.l will he keenly appreciated "by
fans anl supporters who bave folloiv-
ed the series with such interest anl
by the playerB thetnsel.es..
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Eo.Tiethin* in i*he nat.tre of a build
in; 1 oo a has stru.k lie. uL'.oie thi-i
s, ring.
Mr. (luy Harb.r, that public s|ei. it-
id e iti en an.l pro ressive business
man, i- erecting a Jio.C-O'J block on
McKenzie avenue, where in the mar
future his sio k of j■•wellry, plate and
diamonds, will shine with the adilel
lustre Imparted by appropriate BUT-
ronndin. -.
Tne Ldd.ello.vs. a great fraternity
society, are calling for tenders for
their new ?10,0O0 headiiuarters gpi
lodgeroom, whieh when completed will
constitute a genuine and much needed
acquisition in thc social life of Bevel-
stoke.
Mr. Frank McCarty is rapidly push
in; ahead with the linul touches to
his  S6,000  garage     and     automobile
fa   'US''.
Considerable activity also prevails
in tie' fleld of Kevelstoke residential
building operations, several new and
commodious homes are in process of
completion, tn luding the ?10,U0U residence of Mr. Anstie alonj uppei M -
Kenaie avenue. All th'-<n various cree
tions ol.-d and substantial projects,
aie true *ibns of a healthy growth per
Capital ol Canada's Alps
ol     present    day  history
must   have  been  -iru. k  hy   the  recent
-cred along     the
Itical progress by oui si-eat
i.e United States
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CANADA'S BEST
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GOOD THEN -BETTER NOW
Perfect Scale, Purity of Tone, Susceptibility of Touch, Beauty of Finish, Workmanship ami  Durability.
OUR PLAYER PIANOS
with human-like control contains all the
latest improvements nml ileviees. They
.ire pel fee' ill tone, artistic in ilesi.cn
anil enp.ilile of giving lifelong service.
Wc INVITE COMPARISON
The very lie--t material nml the liest
skill that money can secure are employee! in their construction.
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For  Quick  Sale
House, Corner Second and McArthur, 50
Feet, Easy Terms  $2950
House,  modern,   Fifth   Street,    50 Feet,
Easy Terms  $3000
House, Corner Robson and Fourth Street,
50 Feet, Easy Terms  $2900
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
JOHN D. SIBBALD, I'Kits.
J. D. SIBBALD, JR., SKC.
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-lead Office and Factory, Toronto, Out.
Phone, 262
Everybody Knows the Value
of a Combination Safe .   .   .
But there arc still a few people who don't
know what a safe combination Bell's Bread
and   New Zealand Butter make	
G. W.'BELI
P. O.  Box 208
GROCER & BAKER
Phone No. 23
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SHOWS
Conquering New Fields—Making New
Friends—Adding New Laurels.
FREE
STREET
PARA
EVERY DAY AT 11 A. M.. FOLLOWED BY A«
Free Out-Door Exhibition at tire Show Grounds
Dry, Clean,
Comfortable
SEATS
**"OR'
Courteous attendants. No
games of chance. Ladies
and Children need not
hesitate to come un-,
attended.
no    MORI    FAT I
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1. G. BURRIDGE & SON
Transfer      Draying Plumbers and Tinsmiths
Handling Pianos a  Specialty j Repairs,   Hot Air and Furnaoo
work a Specialty
Phone 42  -   Night Phone 85
-WORK   SHOP—
Oonnaught Ave.   -   Rovolstoko SATURDAY,  JUNE 28,  1913.
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Free Public Telephones on Each Floor
Rest Room for the use of the Public on the Second Floor,
New House Furnishing and Carpet
Department on Second Floor.
levelstoke's Department Store
0. £. Jfume 8i Co.. limited
Watch Our Windows for
Special Lines and Bargains During This Month
Look at Price Tickets.
Ladies' House and
Work  Aprons ....
Royal Crepe
Paper Lunch Sets
Royal   Crepe Paper Lunch  Sets,  eai-h Box contains One-
Jap    Paper  Tahle Cover,   10  im-hes    hy  42  inches,
and One dozen Fancy Paper Napkins pretty colors.
Nii-e Ior Pic-nlCS s»nd Family use.   Per Bet    50c.
Hose and Glove Sale
For our Saturday Night Hose and Glove  Sale for the
Ladies, we have a lot of Good Hose at  25c;    and
all   our   Long Kid Gloves  go  on Sale at  just  half
the Regular Price,  $3.00  Gloves  for   $1.50
Ladies House and Work A*prons. Now kinds, new stylos
New   materiuls,   from the plainest kind of an apron
to the Fancy Frilled and  Ruffled    tea aprons at a
Children's Wash Dresses
A New Lot of Childrens' Wash Dresses,     to Qt children
from Six months to Eight     Years.      Good    washing
/Prints and fast colors.     Dainty little things at — 90c-
Table Linen
Some of  that Famous Tahle Linen left Still  on  Sale.
Pure Linen, Pure   Snow White Double Damask Taftile
Cloths,  Ninety inches long    by    Seventy-two inohes
wide.   The   Biggest kind of a bargain at each ... $2.50
New Rain Coats
for Ladies     Jf
Ladies' Wash Petticoats
Ladies Wash  Petticoats', made of     good     strong Wa>h
Goods.     All sites,  at ea'*h               . $1.00
N<w Rain Coats for Ladles.   Th;-   new     Slip on Coat
and some  new iJoas  with  Raglan    Sleeves    in    the
Fashionable  Tan and     Fawn  fha'des.     Thoroughly
Water  rmof  at  $7.50    and  ..                           ..  $10.00
Summer Sheeting
Summer  Sheeting full  Two Yards wide, not too heavy
for Summer washing.     Good  quality at   per yrd.  25c.
Furnishin
Department
Men's Oxfords
Black Gunmetal Calf
BLACK    GUN  METAL   CALF    OXFORD — The    new
flat heel and tread  or the short vamp and nob   toe
They are here in Bluchers' and Bals,   all    sizes     and
widths.  Prices $4.00,   $4.50,   $5.00  and          $5.50
SUMMER SNAPS
watch our Mckenzie  avenue   window for
the best bargains of the season.    owing to
the lateness of the warm weather we have
decided to put on sale all our summer hats
for children.  these are excellent values
at the regular prices, but for  friday   and
saturday they are    genuine  snaps.   values
from $1.00 to $1.50.   will    be   all  thb  one
price for two days only at 55c each.
A  Complete Line of th; finest    Fitting    Summer Footwear for men ever shown  in  tho oity.   You  know  the  old
styl- of Oxford that slipped  at the heel and gaped around
the ankle;  only the b'-st lines have overcome these difficulties and they have found it possible only    hy making Oxfords on specially designed     lasts.   All our lines are made
on Oxford  lasts from  thc best  leathers obtainable and by
methods whie-h have    j roved  the most wear resisting    and
ee-onomical.   By  careful study nnd comparison we are able
to assert thnt our lines of  Regal Oxfords combine the best
valued on the market with the most up-to-date styles and
fitting equalities.
Tan Calf
TAN  CALF OXFORDS—The    flat   tread     last and the
...medium toe, with the  slightly  longer Vamp.      Also
the long    vamp and  straight,     flat,    tread.   Priced
$5.00,  $5.50 and   $6.00
MEN'S    FURNISHING  DEPARTMENT - MAIN FLOOR.
Owr Grocery and Crockery* Department
Crosse & Black well s Marmalades
Oranpe, 4 and 7 Ib. tins; Orange, 1 and 2 Ib. bottles; Lemon, 1 and 2 lb. bottles; Mandarin
1 and 2 lb. bottles.
ROBERTSONS Golden Shred, 1 and 2 lb. Bottles;  Tangerine, 1 and 2 lb. bottles;   Ginger,
1 and 2 lb. bottles.
NOEL'S Fig, 1 and 2 lb. bottles.
TO  THE GOOD  HOUSEWIFE
Why waste your time and energy slicing ham and bacon with a knife
when you can come to our Grocery department and watch us do |t
with our V. B. P. Meat Slicer. It saves youtimeand worry and ensures satisfaction to your self and family. Every slice is the same
thickness, just as you like it, thin, medium or thick.
Try our Cooked Ham.   Every slice ready to serve.
Swift's Premium Bacon or Boned Ham sliced to suit your taste.     Tell
us how you like it and we do the rest.
THIS IS THE TIME FOR FLIES
We have a large slock of Wilson's Fly Fads; Tanglefoot Fly Paper in sheets; Two-inch
Viper Ply Catcher, 50 to a box, |1.75i Four-inch Viper Fly Catcher, 50 to a box, .$2.25.
I Specials for Friday and Saturday $
Olives Stuffed with Spanish Peppers      15c   |J
$   Quart Bottles Mixed Pickles    30c   ?
fc   Pint Bottles Mixed Pickles    20c   %
*fr$frfr*fr«*|H$f*$Hf"i' 'fr 9 'I' fl fl $$Hfr0$$$$$$$$$0$$$$$$$$
House Furnishing Department
Clearing a lot ol Muslin Curtain Draperii
our   House  furnishings   Department   White,
Cream antl Colored Window and Art Drapingi
that sill ni 36c to 50c.   On sale now at
25c
All Our Carpel by the yard are going m, tale it
< iM-; THIRD OFF the Regular Price. You
can buy
$1.50 Carpet for $1.00
JAP MATTING   S ci   Ioi and
Sutntnei Rooms, al
35c to 65c
CARPETS    V verj   pretty   Bnutel
Carpet, 9x91
$14.65 PAGE SIX
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1918.
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Revelstoke  OPERA HOUSE
ONE NIGHT ONLY
JUNE 28
Geo. W. McGregor Co. Present
The great, big, humorously human
English Comedy - Drama    Success
"PASSERS-BY"
By C.  Haddon Chambers
With a specially selected ENGLISH
Company direct from the London and
New York productions.
First Canadian Tour
First time out of 16 months run
at Wyndham Theatre, London,
Eng. Six months run at Criterion
Theatre, New York.
Prices, 50c, to $1.50 Seat Sale Begins
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CLEARING
LAND OF
TIMBER
In connection with the timher poi -
iey of the Provincial government an
arrangement la now in force which go
es a long, way toward olearing the
cruised area not only of tho heavy
timber but of lhe smaller material al
so, which later would inevitably be
li It unid the land thereby robbed ol
all revenue-producing quality. It simply amounts to quoting the logger or
purchaser at which this "brushwood"
may, be bad, but its eflect, iu addi -
lion to giving the logger aQ opportun
! ity to cut inlo the business for him-
I self, ensures the absolute clearing of
tbo laud und its opening up for cultivation.
Every montb a number o( sucb sales are recorded in the forestry 'department of lhe land ofllce, and yesterday j
Tho Colonisi was given a brief list ol;
sucb transaction, all of which, while
representing no very great amount of
capital, nllord an example of the sys-
tem that is in operation by the government to have lhe timber industry
carried on in a proper manner, and
wiih a view to the best interests ol
the land in the future. A very notable sale of this character referred to
two million feet of timber located on
Denman Island. By virtue of the regulation referred to the price of' tho tim
ber was increased by the sum of $1,"
500 and the purchasers were given two
years' time in which to effect the clear
ance.
Another example of .'tho Bamo thing :
occurred in connection with the salo of |
•J00 acres at Fanny Bay, Ramsay Arm
where the timber amounted to threo
million feet. The sum of $4,500 was
added to the upset prii'e for tho re-
moval of the small stufl, and two
years was stipulated for tho completion of the transaction. At I lasljiin
Lake, near Powell Hiver, two and a
half million feet of timber brought in
extra revenue to the extent of nearly
$2,000. A block of timber estimated
at 700,000 feot, located on Jervis Inlet, brought in over 8700; an 1 yet
another block of timber amounting to
ninety acres, situated on Oracrott Island, brought in extra revenue to the
extent of 81,000.
LIFE  INSURANCE
POLICY  j
PAPA LOOKED  OUT  FOR US
and that's why mamma doesn't have
to wurk downtown like Kenny's
mamma does, Poor Benny, his
papa didn't take out
LIFE   INSURANCE   POLICY
like ynur papa iliil, anil that's why
they are mi poor. A little story, but
il carries ils own moral. If you want
to protect vour family in case of
death, wr will write a policy you can
afford to carry ami that will be paid
if vou die, Call and sec us about
this.
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, Ltd.
A. E. Kincaid, Manager.
IO-A-IRIDS I
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0. B. N.  WILKIE
PROVINCIAL LAND  SURVEYOR
Office: Lawrence Hardware Block
REVELSTOKE, B. O.
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Cc. Ltd.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.
Manufacturers of Aerated Waters
BINGHAM'S   MUSIC   STORE
MacK.cnzic A-Ccnuc. "RcxlclsloKc. B. C.
WINES
LIQUORS
CIGARS
Agents for Oaigary Beer
WALTER WHITBY
High Class Decorator
Painting and Paper Hanging
CENTURY   EDITION   MUSIC
SPECIAL   SALE   OF   INSTRUCTION   BOOKS,   ®C.
FAVORITE DUETS for Piano.
VOl NG FOLKS FAVORITE PIANO CLASSICS. Volume 1 au.l2
FAVORITE MASTERPIECES for Piano.
FAVORITE   GEMS   lur Pi
FAVORITE   PARLOR   SONGS.
I,    EACH.       USUAL   PRICE.   25c
CENTURY   LIBRARY
DLVERNOY CZERNY BURGMULLER
55      EACH. USUAL   PRICE.    50c
HELLER Kach.    Usual Price.  $1.00.
CONSERVATORY   LIBRARY
KOHLER Practical Mc; CZERNY Necessity Studies.
V.    EACH. USUAL PRICE. 50c
c c R.pr,B.ntatia. for   Newcombe Pianos
W.  H.  WALLACE,   M.B.C.S.A.
ARCHITECT
Box 205, Telephone 313. Revelatoke
HARVEY, McCARTER
ANU PINKHAM,
Barrister*,  Solicitors,  Etc.
Imperial Bank  Building  Revsl-
stoks, B. C.
Money to Loaa.
Offices—Reveletoke,    B.   C.     aad
Cranhrook, B. 0.
Geo. S. MeCarter,
A. M. Pinkham, J. A. Harvey.
Reveletoke. Cranbrook
COURT     MT.     BEGBIB,   No. IHI.
OF I. O. F.
Meet! in I. 0 O. V. Hall next to
Tapping's Opera HoUBe every second
and fourth Mondhy In month. Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.
H. V. MORGAN, O. R.
WM.   8.  CAMERON,  Rec.-8ee.
KALSOMINING, STAINING. WKMMHM.. [|<
Residence   =   Victoria Road
BO.\    -,'i-t
O0-(K><H>^<>O^CK^<><K>0<K><>0<><><H> 9
0 Imperial Bank of Canada
Mauri Ot+"'-***«»    Toronto, Ontario.
SELKIRK      LODGE  12,   I.  O.  O.  F.
The Revelstoke Boot, Shoe and Harness
Repairing Department
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
MAKERS    OF    FINE    WELT    SHOES
anahip arnl wear
And comfort born of every pair;
Of 201 .vi.ltH that's sold
Will drav- ••   and hold the old.
Meets every Thurmlay evening in
Selkirk Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting
brethren  cordially   Invited.
O. NORTH, N. G.
JAS   MATHIE, S*C.
Capital Subscribed
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
Total Assets,
6.000,000.00
6,770,00u.00
6,770,000.00
$72,000,000.00
Hi a min-.- in .\.-i'ii i- ni nil principal points In I anad i
Agents in Greal Britain unci United States London, England,
Lloyds Bank, Limited. Chicago Firsl National Bank, Oorn Exchange National lieinii. Seattle Seattla National Bank. San Fran
i'i-rie Wella Fargo Nevads National Rink. Spokane Exchange
National Bank,
Savings Bank Department A
Deposits of $1 and upward, received, and Interesl allowed al   ^
current rate from date of deposil.   Correspondence solicited,
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.   9
&0000<>0<>000<>0000000000000<)
Dominion Security Co., Limited
OF  REVELSTOKE, B.C.
''"•: to   announce thai  thi opened up offices si the
ei '.f Pirst Street   ind Connaught Avenue fur the pur-
of handling e  timber, etc.   it will  pay  yuu  to
ulara, and ?e1  In on ground  lloor prices.
We also make ■ ipedalt) '■( listed property,
A. McRae,
Presidenl
T. Kilpatrick,
Sec.-Treasurer
P, o. Drawer N<». 4.   Telephone No. 321.
KOOTENAY
LODGE.  No.  li A.  F.
siid A.  M.
Regular mooting* are held ln MASONIC TEMPLE, Oddfellows' Hall
on ths Third Monday in each month
at » p. in. Visiting brethren ars
cordially welcome.
J. HI HAMILTON, W. M.
A. G. BROOKER, Secretary.
O. W. O. W.
Mountain View Oamp, No. 1X1.
Meets Second    and     Fourth Wednesdays    ln  each  month  ln    Selkirk
Hall.     Vititing Woodmen ars
cordially Invited to attend
JAMES  McINTYRB,  O.O.
H. W. EDWARDS, Olerk.
REVELSTOKE LOYAL ORDER
MOOSE  No.  1*81
Meeta every first and third Tuesday ln Oddfe.lows HaU. Viaitlng
brethern cordially invited to attend.
A. Grant, Dictator.
H. L. Haug, Secretary.
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Your
Individuality
Delineated
There is h character ex-
pressed in Tourner Photo-
graphsthat arrests attention. Models of artistic
and scientific skill,faithfully reproducing thai indefinable "something" thnl
makes a photo a "speaking" likeness,
Why endure tbe usual
stilted aiul repressed style
wht'ii you enn gel something different and better- - for the same pi ice ?
Look Us Up!
The
Trueman
Studio
Jt. Douglas Tourner
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Come and look at our Triangle Sad
Irons   guaranteed for ever.
PRICE   6 LB. IRON, $3.90
A. G.    DUCK
Estimates given free.
Lumb
umoermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F,   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -   Revelstoke, B. C
before buying yonr outfit of working clothes
for the bush. I make a
specialty of Logging
Shoes, Pants. Sox, Shirts
Blankets anil everything
raonired in vour busi ness.
THE PLANS for good plumbing differ
from the ordinary kind. You may not
be| able to note the difference, but every
good plumber knows. OUR PLANS
include only materials tbat will give
lasting satisfaction and workmanship
tbat will prove durable.
No matter how important or how unimportant the job may be, we never
slight anydetail of PLUMBING WORK
REVELSTOKE PLUMBING ANO HEATING CO.
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SATURDAY,  JUNE 23,  1913.
THE   MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
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Large Doors-Easy Firin
Ask our afrent to explain
its many advantages, or
write n ir nearest branch
for booklet.
Look at these roomy
Double Feed Doors.
You can use a big
shovel — there is no
clanger of hitting the
r sides and spilling coal
a-^J all over the floor.
These doors will admit
a big chunk of wood too.
The   Sunshine   Furnace   is
easy to operate.
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DOMINION
CABINET
ACTIVE
€CIaiy&
Sunshine Furnace
London    Toronto    Montreal     Winnipeg    Vancouver    St. John, N.B.
Hamilton     Calgary     Saskatoon     Edmonton 331
Sold by Bourne Bros , Ltd.
I ■   i   iiii iii   iiii   ■■miii iwmw milium
YOUR    GROCERIES
WILL    ARRIVE  .    .
when we promise them, There's
no disappointment in our delivery
service. They'll be exactly what
you ordered, too. No palming off
something else on which there is a
greater profit. A trial order will
prove ours a most satisfactory and
satisfying grocery service.
Hobson's Bakery
Phone 41
Box 734
UNION BARBER SHOP
We have just opened a shop in the
IDEAL POOL ROOM
After six years service to the Revelstoke
Public we scarcely require an introduction
We solicit a share of Special attention given
your patronage    .    . to children    .    .    .
JOS. HACK
The Borden Cabinet is eager for
work and is getting into touch with
the diflerent classes of the community
also finding outat first hand tho
needs of lhc country. For this purpose many of the ministers contem -
plate visiting certain parts of tho
Dominion this' summer. Hon. J. D.
Hazen representing the Maritime provinces will join East and West in a
trip which he intends to take. At
present he is inspecting tho harbors
and fisheries of the Kast.
In July he will go to tho Pacific coast and after attending to other business there will be in Vancouvor on
the 25th of July, when he will represent the Governor-General and tho
(.'anadian Government on the occas -
ion of the arrival of the. New .Zealand
the Bplendid Dreadnought which the
Antipodean Colony contributed to the
defence of the Empire.
Alter this 'function has been 'discharged Mr. Hazen will journey north
ward and will visit Prince Rupert and
Queen Charlotte Island in connection
with some matters affecting his department of which he wished to secure
information at first hand.
CODERRE GOES TO DAWSON
Hon.  Louis Coderre,  the new secre-1
lary  of State has had recently given
into hi9 charge  the     department      ol
mines and ho ha- been devoting much
time to its development.   In    August I
h" will  pay a visit to the coast    and
M)  right  up into  the Dawson  district
and there get into  touch with the mo
thods used in mining and see for himself  what  is needed.   Afterwards     he
can crystallize into     legislation     the :
result  of his travels.   He will     then
be on1 of the very few members of any
cabinet, who has ventured so far   in j
ihe> discharge of his duty.
OTHER MEMBERS GO WEST.
The'-e journeys entail much labor
upon the men who take (hem but they
are an evidence of thc fact that the
presenl Cabinet is anxious to serve
thc people who put them in power.
Hon. Robert Rogers is planaing an
extensive western trip inspecting the
public works of the Dominion. Hon
W.T. White also expects to visit tho
West and likewise Hon. T.W. Crothers
You will want to hear more of the
Blue Amberol Records
as soon as you've heard the first
In tone they are finer and clearer  than any   other records  made.
They are more lifelike.
Play them once or play them 3,000 times and the
result is the same, for Hlue Amberol Records can't wear
out. What's more, they are practically unbreakable.
They are musical and mechanical triumphs. Your dealer
will be ulad to play them for you or we'll send particulars.
Thoma.i A. EduOD, Inc., 100 Lakeiido Ave., Orange, N. J., II. S. A.
A complete line of Ediion Phonographs and Records will be found at
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Consisting of every conceivable size anil make of
Hats, Gloves, Shoes and Underwear; also a most
extensive stock of Neckiies of every shade and
style.
We have also a specially fine assortment of sample1
for our Spring Clothing Order Departmeet.
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nre going fast, H vou have not
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NURSERIES
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PHONE 56
S. S. lievelstoke
During* low water season
steamer leaves City Wharf
6 a. m. every Tuesday and
Friday for La Porte and
way ports, returning same
day.
Freight antl passenger
rates made known on application.
F. Swanson, Purser
Phone—57
WATER NOTICE.
For a License to Take and Use Water
Notice is hereby given that The
Canadian Pacitic Railway Company ot
Montreal and Vancouver, will apply,
ior a license to take and use two
cubic feet per second of water out o!
a stream three-quarters of a mile west
of Revelstoke  nation,  which flows in
a southerly dirc.tion through and
within a portion of Revelstoko Town-
site, and empties into Columbia river
near Rovelstoke. The water will be
diverted at a point one-quarter mile
from C.P.R. main line and will be
used for Industrial purposes on the
land described as Canadian Paeiflo
Railway Company's station grounds
at Revelstoke.
This notice was posted on tha
ground on the Cist day of May, 1913.
The application will le filed in the
office of the Water Recorder at Revelstoke.
Objections may he filed with the said
Water Recorder or wiih the Comptrol
In- of Wnter Richts, Parliament Build
ings,   Victoria.  B.C.
Canadian Pacific Railway Company,
Applicant. By E. W. Bateman,
Agent, Vancouver, B.C.
How to Get in Touch With the Real Estate Investment Chances
Grasp the chance that will make
your Fortune!
You -will find such opportunities
by getting in touch with our Real
Estate offerings.
Let us show you some Good Buys
in Business Property, Houses, Lots,
and Acreage.
The Head offices for the contractors of the double-tracking west of
Revelstoke are located this week in
the City. The housing for the army
of men required for this work is now
being rushed. In a few weeks everything will be in full blast, and many
men who are wise enough will be
picking up Real Estate Snaps in the
City.   WHY NOT YOU?
Km
Offices, Opposite City Hail, Cor. McKenzie Ave. and Second St.
UUnN-bUN   Revelstoke Real Estate, Timber, Mining
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THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1913.
LOCAL Md GENERAL
A.   Rodley  ol  Comaplix,  la  in town.
R. Coe and wife ot Spokane, ftre in
the city.
J. it. Morrison of Vernon is hero today doing business.
Geo. L. King and A. Frank, of Van
Couver, are in the city.
J.W. Shaw of Glacier, Is in town a
guest at the King  Edward.
H. Kirk of Arrowhead, la making
another business trip to this city.
S. \V. Coilocall of Nelson, is here
thi- week on a short business trip.
J.W. Brooks of Toronto, and J.H.
Turner of Winnipeg, arein the- .iiy.
,;.U. Croi of Seattle, is making a
business visil to ReveWtoke, this week
end,
Mr. and Mrs, J.R. Newman of Spokane, .am.- in on yesterday's south
train.
A.L. Houston of Ferguson Is among
lake visitors to do shopping here
today.
Have you road the new add of the
Eews Drug    Store' on Page 2.   Don't
ir iss* it.
H.N. Cross of Toledo. Ohio, is among far-olT visitors to visit Revelstoke
this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Shepherd of Rogers
racs, are shopping in the city this
week-end.
J.B. Belding of Sieamous, was a
Thursday arrival in the city from
the- west.
Another prosperous rancher to visit
Revelstoke tlii- week-end, was Mr. F.
X.  Winterberg,
J.L.  Neureaui   of Okanagan  Land
ing. is     here today a guest  at     the
King Edward.
Mr. O.P. Eastland, Harold Blast -
man and John Henry, all ol Oaigary
are in the city.
Wenotice  ihis     week-end the genial
utenance ol  Mr.  Fred  Boileau, ot
Comaplix, on the streets'.
G.F.  Morrison of Winnipeg, and   J.
Jones oi Seattl", are here  this weok,
I at the King Edward.
Mr. und Mrs. J.F.  .Maunder of Calgary, are visiting     Revelstoke    this
-:.   They arc at the King Edward
W.J. McDonald, of Sandon, ao
uied  by  Master  Vernon McDonald    and      Jackie  Black,  arc at  the
Edward.
Mr. .md Mrs.  A.M. Burton and family oi Malakwa, Thursday
do                  and ari   .       - .      the
Edward.
By" a strong four a<
Dg at   th»
louse,   l'ian of seats at Mac-
rug store.
■ ■ i-.esday
Ioi   Van ouvi •. whi t,   he wlll
at; i convention oi Provincial
il
K.B. Johnson.
on
\ an'i
ond will spend thi
I    K.  .1 olir.
Tue-day  next,   .Iu!;.
:..on Day, all the - .
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11   o'clock
Promise and oui  Anew        ivenioga<
7:30 p.m. "How I hi
Tl     .        ■ ;:i lay      In
Revelstoke,  A.   II.  HUl tie]        n  -un
.. the !!■ ■-.    \.v>.  M I/-ol
,,i Bummerland,  will ,i h-••
Last evening   a    '• from
Mountain    View   Can,,      •   ff.O.W.,
■ d  on    Mr.  J.M     Kell
shortly having the oity anl pre ented
i im with an illuminated addr-s- se* •
ting forth tlerein the hi.-h eflteem   in
which sov. J.M Kellli li held by
hit fellow Woodmen. The addre 'was
accompanied by a cold emblem of the
Ord«*i, n irift from th" members of
■the ('amp. Alderman F.H. Bourne, a
past Commander of th. Damp headed the committee and 'he address WM
read hy the present f'on. i'om. Sov .
James Mi Intyre. In accepting the to-
kil and addr-M., Mr. K--llir- made a
suitable and fraternal rMpoMBi henr-
1Ily thankln/ bin Fellow Woodmen for
their kind remembraaot and courtesies
Matinee Star theatre, Saturday afternoon at  2:30 o'clock.
John MaiSorley has returned from
a visit  to  Sicamous and way  points.
J.B. Forde district engineer, visited
Nelson on official husiueJs during the
past week.
The water in tho Arrow lakes lell 5
feet from iho I9U1 high water mark,
during the lust ten days.
R, R, Cole of the Watson Realty Co
left for a business trip to the Arrow-
takes and Crow's Nest PasB today.
Mrs. H. Johnson of Arrowhead,
passed through town today on route
to Yale, B.C., where Bhe will holiday
with her sister.
For the tirst time in many years,
all the logs from the Columbia riverside camps have lieen suecessfully held
and ! iioiiied at the mouth of the river
During ihe summer months, ihe tirst
show at the Slur iheatre will com-
men ie at 7i IO, second show 9 o'clock,
except ou Saturday, when tirst show
will be 720, second SMO, third at 1"
o'eloek.   Matinee 2:30 p.m.  Saturday.
We learn that the Nakusp Noue-
Suches have already beaten the Com-
iiplix Pine Cats by 101 runs to' nil in
ihe great game sehoduled for July 1,
this glorious victory was assured in
advance as the result of a wire from
the noble-noue-suchers addressed to a
well-known Revelstoke sport, requesting the signing on and safe dispatch
for the big day of a vicious pitcher
irom Revelstoke, who must be guar -
anieed to carry an express delivery in
each hand.
Before a crowded and enthusiastic
house iu the Empress theatre on Friday night, the F. Rich Co. demonstrated their latent lo the complete satisfaction of their audience. No one
claims that the company are an ag-
gregatlon of "all stars'* but the work
of Individual members of the chorus
waB an eye-opener to many and quite
proved the popular verdict given af-
ter ihe Becond night oi the livo on
v.hie-h they played here, that ihe F.
Rich people, are om* of lhe best little
all-round companies ever seen iu Revelstoke, anel  that tho chorus i-' there.
Revelstoko theatre-goers will witness I Houste, on Fifty Foot Corner, Sec-
a rare treat this evening at tho opera ond street, west, near Court House,
bouse, when the "Possers-By" wifl be Erected in Nineteen Twelve, live rooms
presented. The Victoria Colonist has bath and pantry, electric heated mod
spoken highly of this play. j em     plumbing,  open firo    placo.   We
have ft speoial price on *is quick sale
Coursior's Clean Smokeless Coal
the kind for cooking.
If tho boys should want a shave as
good as a barber ever gave, drop in
to Hacks and wait awhile, Joe will
give you a shave that will make you
smile.—Atthe Ideal Pool Room.
Now then boys wu have come again
and still are singing the old refiain—
"The Chair's are Waiting still tor
Vou," drop in and see what Joe
can do at the Ideal Pool Room.
I J. B. Watson Realty Co., next   3tar
' Theatre.
Of course you will see that famous
play the "Passers-By" at the opera
house.   This evening.   Don't miss it.
Do you want an income investment
or desirable residence property— Consult H. N. Coursler.
GALT COAL Is handled exclusively
in Revelstoke by the Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
Dropped in thc   ->»   J*
MiU-Her-iM Post-Box
Editor Mail-Herald:—
Dear Sir,—Seeing in your Wodnes -
day issue of the Mail-Herald, an article 'dealing with the Revelstoke band
an-d their open air concerts. 1 would
like to enlighten you and your read -
ers (for I can Bee that you are very
much in ihe dark) as regards to how
the case stands. Although I am not
a native of this town I am very well
acquainted with the Revelstoke Band
and know some of their troubles. The
Band are only too willing to give open air concerts once or perhaps twice
a week, hut the question is " Where
are ihey going to give it" I can assure you Mr.  Editor it isn't nice    to
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SALES and WANTS
IOc. line   ::   Minimum 25c
aEiaiaEiaiaiaiaiaMMSEiajaEMaEisicii
WANTED—A Bill Poster. Apply to
R. Tapping,  City.
WANTED—A Chambermaid and a
Dining Room girl. Apply at Oriental Hotel.
WANTBD—At once, a partner for the
Three Legged Race. Phone 332, or
P.  0.  Box  349.
WANTED—At once, a partner for the
Wheel Barrow Race. Phone 332 or
write P.  O.  Box 3-19.
WANTED—A small boy wants employ
ment.   Has own hike.   Apply to 81,
stand in the middle of the road     for     Third s(reeU  Revo[stoke.
iwohours  playing  music and  dodging !
WANTED— Superior per.-on wants
daily work. Thoroughly dornesticat
cd.  good oaok.   81 Third  St,  City.
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PASSERS-BY
C l In.I.leui Chambers, the English
playwright, has given to the stage,
many efforts of a varying type, somo
thrilling othe'i's pathetic, but all sav-
oring of some phrase ol everyday life
whi li app .il- from its very tidelity.
Thi- somewl i adical idea is not
advanced in an on spoken manner, but
■ i i-> to ei, tinguish ihat it is the
underlying theme ol the dramatist,
. ranged bis lines
and situations to tne his play from
all offence and io give the jemblanie
of plausibility. The circumstanc
not lm] ut highly impr
yet     withal     it I   a    v- ry inti
w.th no   smail
araoun
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automobiles in their endeavor to give
something in return ior the free lights
ihat you quote. They havo sent several letters to the City Council ask -
ing that a baud stand bu erected So
that they could give their concerts,
but no notice was taken of them, I
suppose they found iheir way iuto the
wastepaper basket. Perhaps a lew fig-
it res from otber towns will give the
city officials something to think ab -
out and perhaps stop the knocking at
ih" bund room door.
The city of  Enderby,  gives to their
i.uid,    $25.00  a   month to help them ' P0K SALE-Butter'and Eggs. Par
WANTED—To rent, modern house of
S or G rooms, unfurnished or partly
furnished. Reply wiih particulars to
Box 914.
WANTED—Smythe's Employment office, Men for work at good wages.—
Apply Smythe Cigar store First
Street, West.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Sealed Tenders, superscribed "Tender for Wost Salmon Arm School,"
will be received by the Honourable
the Minister of Public Works up tp
uoon of Thursday, the 10th day of
July, 11)13, for the erection and com- j
pletiou of an 'additional one room to
the present school-house at West Sal-
mon Arm in the Kamloops Electoral
District.
Work to be s'tarted immediately on
acceptance of tender and finished ready
for occupation on or before August 25,
1913.
Plans, specifications, contract, and
forms of tender may be ttoen on and
after the 2i;th day of June, 1913, at
the otlice of Mr. F.W. Pearse, Government Agent, Kamloops, Mr. S. H.:
Currie, Secretary lo School Hoard at
Salmon Arm, and thu Department of
Public  Works,  Victoria.
Intending tenderers can, for the sum
of ten dollars' ($10), obtain one copy
of the plans and specifications by ap- i
plying to thc undersigned. This sum
will be refunded on their return in
good  order.
Eaeb proposal must be accompanied
by an accepted bank choepue or certificate of deposit an a chartered bank of
Canada, made payable to the Honour
able the Minister of Public Works, for
a sum equal to 10 per cent, of- tender,
which shall be forfeited if tbe party
tendering decline to enter into contract when called upon to do so, or If
he tail to complete the work contracted for. Tho cheques or certili'utes oi
deposit of unsuccessful tenderers will
be returned to them upon lhc ix.cu-
lion  of  the contract.
Tenders will not be considered unless
made out on lhc forms supplied, signed wiih the actual signature of the
lender, and enclosed in thc envelopes
furnished.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
J.  E.  GRIFFITH.
Public  Works  l-'ii.'ineer.
Department of Publio Works,
Victoria, B.C.,  Juno 2.*ilh,  1913.
1st  issue  J.28,   4t.
aloug, al-o water and light; and three
band Btands.   And again Vernou baud j
receives a sum ot $500.00 yearly, with
watu   and light and free hall,  togetbei   two band stands.   You have a very i	
good  band  In  thc  city, in  fact     they   qpqnIng    FOR    A  LIVE MAN
..old  theii   own with any     band I REVELSTOKE.
in the interloi of tho province, so
please don't kick ihe boys who give
their servi
ies desiring strictly fresh eggs and
d.iiry butter please write, Doylo &
Elliott, General Merchants', Cross-
field, Alta.
IN
.Northwestern   Factory    distributors
ofler agency for the following     well-
to the band ior nothing   kjjown cars;_MARI0Ni $1595 lo $im
but  turn round ami kick     the  people
AMERICAN,  $1550  to  $2750.  DOKRIS
•ho ar.  responsible for "No Open Air TRU0Ki ?21C0 t0 82m     We are ,n
a position to make a special proposition.   Are  you thc Man '.'   If so. ad -
Yours truly,
MUSICIAN.
Retail Clerks' Associ*
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Th-- eiami are   Irawfog near, many
;i   heart  i ' .     wlnrli
• bim to spend, his nights in
1-iik, nnd makes him ln-nd o'er piles
■ f hook, t.iyini' to do what -houM he
done th' whole Ulrough He trie! to
ciiii hi lii'-d binin. he prays and
t nis  with  mieht  nnd main,  hi     nnl
■ in*'e the night, and fttt up
Mth the. day's first light, but though
b" work- ns well he may "yet not
enough" hi teaohei iay, but w nwl
i ever grump, for in a few weeks all
will |>e o'or.
—Hiirh School student.
B     .   June 27,  r.'ld.
Mail-Herald:—
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Mon too    ' ■ place   thai
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Seattle, Wash.
004  E.  Pike street
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All changes of ads must positively lie handed into this
office by Monday evening ln
order that the change shall
appear in W-dnesday's issue,
and .in. 'h ,n -es intended for
Saturday's issue must be
h^nd.-d in not 1 ater than
Thursday evening of eaih
woek. PusincsB men please
take no'e of the above.
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ROVAL COMMISSION ON
AGRICULTURE.
Tako Notice that the Royal Com -
mission appointed under tho Public
Inquiries Act to inquire into ihe con
ditions afiectiug the various branches
of agriculture in tbe Province, will
hold a se-sion at Revelstoke on July
7ib, 1918, at 10 o'clock a.m.
Any person interested in ibis in -
quiry and appearing before Ithe Com
mission at 'he time and place stated,
will lie given every opportunity to lay
before the .-'aid Commission .-uch evi -
dence as in his judgment may have a
tearing upon the subject matter ol
thi   inquiry.
W.H. Hayward, Ohairman.
CB. Christinscn, Secretary
1st   issue  July  2*-,  3t.
NOTICE.
in
S.S. Revelstoke
Uth    of  June,      July,
d    Vuguet,   the   Steamer   Rovelstoko
nke one  regular  trip por week
i|i river, I   i Mile Landing nt
oi.. ., i:   on ■ n b Friday.
."  delivered  on board
al rnteH will be given to oxcur-
'      Stage and  Auto service con-
v   t!i aie,IT.
For full information as to rato«, etc
apply  to  the  l-uiscr on  Board.
Telephone B215.
F. 8WAN80N,
Purser.
tho  Mutter  of   the  Land  Registry
Act, and in  the  Matter of Lot   17,
Block  21,      Uc.i'ls'iokc    City  Map
B3GA,
To Whom it   may concern:—
Whereas the following title deed of
I ibe above     mentioned     property  has
 n losi   namely: -Conveyance dated
it March, 1006, from Frederiok William Brown to Minnie A. Brown
'ilus i- io guv notice to anyone into
i whose possesion the aforesaid title
deed may have eeine and who has nny
knowledge ol tbe whereabouts of tho
•aid il ed to deliver <ame to tho undei Igned Samui 1 H. Roe. Esq., Dis-
trict Registrar ol Land Titles Nelson,
And further Take Notice that failing the production of this deed within four weeks from the dato of the-
lirst publication hereof that thc said
District Registrar will pro-eed t0 lain- a Oertiflcate of Title in ihe name
of Carrie Grant Lawrence of Revelstoke, B.C.
Dated a< the I^and Registry Office,
Nei Jon. B.C., this 24th day ol June,
ru:i.
S. R. ROB,
District Registrar.
June 28, One month.
A full report of Mrs. McKinney's
concert will appear iu the next issue.
Mrs. W.A. Cotton, Montreal, is in
the eity visiting her cousins Mr. A.
and K.  McRae.
Mr. T. Brodie of Winnipeg, spent
a couple of days in town with hia
cousin Mr. K.G. McRao.
Mr. Chas. Hay of Claresholm, Alta.
was a visitor in town thiB week, the
guest of Mr. W.A. Sturdy.
As Tuesday July lBt isa public holiday, Mrs. G.S. McCartor will receive
on Wednesday,  July 2nd, next.
Angus Mcti'un and family loft for
their old home at Cape Briton, N.S.,
where ihey will holiday for livu woeks
or longer.
Miss Gladys Urquhart, and Miss
Jean Hyatt, arc expected home tonight having linished thoir term teach
ing in Vancouver.
The executive of the Women'--) Can-
ntlian Club met last evening at the
home of Mrs. Sibbald and transacted
considerable business.
Mrs. Walter Dowden left yesterday
for Prince Edward Island, beiug suddenly calb-d home 0n account of thu
M.-nous illness oi her father, Mi. J.
Montgomery.
Miss Pearce of the Revelstoke pub-
lie schools stall leaves today ior her
home iu Nova Scoiia, where she will
pass thc summer holidays oi\ a visit
to the   'old folkB.1'
Mrs. Dan McKay of Winnipeg, left
for her home last Monday. Miss Janet McKay accompanied her as far as
Field, returning to lown on Wednes -
day evening.
Miss Lydia Haug returned last week
; to her home in Maclcod. Alta., after
j spending  a month's     holiday  visiting
at  the  lioine of her  brother Mr.      J'.
Haug  on  Sixth Btreet,
Ilis Grace Archbishop Casey, accompanied by Hev. Father John Dup-
lanil, o.M'.l. of Cranbrook aud Rev.
Father MacKenzie, returned to the
■ny lasl evening trom Field and Gol-
; den. B.C.
In the absence of the pastor tomorrow, the pulpii of tho Methodist
chinch will be tilled iu tho evening
service by Mr. Giflord of the V.M.C.
I A., and in the morning by Mr. Frank
Paulding.
Mr. uiul .Mrs. V. Denton lefl yesterday afternoon for u trip to Vernon,
and through the Okuuagan. Mrs. Denton will proceed later io Ladysmith,
Vancouver Island, to visit with Mrs.
Cunningham.
Ai ihe Mothers' meeting held in the
Methodist chur.h Thiiisduy aitinoou
with the president Mrs. ii. Oamoron
in the chair, some vory good articles
were read ulld dlscUMed   by   those  pie'
sent, ami an Interesting paper read by
Mrs. Pagden ou lhe  valuc of lho Mo-
thors' Meetings.
lir. and .Mrs. McLean, leave tomorrow, Sunday, on a two months' vaca-
lii.n trip. They will unit the coa I
cities, Vancouver, Victoria, and Seattle, going as lar south as Portland.
wlnn they will cross iho continent by
ihe Southern Pacific topping over at
Salt Lake City, Ohli i^o and other pii-
ncipal cities, In the east tbey will
visit New York and other metropol -
ises. They will return home by Sepl.
1st.
a communication lms been received
Irom (-Catherine Hale, who is at present in Vancouver, oiiering io lencturi
hereon Thursday, July ard on "Oan
ada in Song and Story.'' Kaiherine
Hale who in real life is Mrs. QarVin .
i one ui the eleven t pose women lu
Oanada, she is on ihe stnfi of th>
Toronto Muii and Empire, and ls frequently employed by the government
as a lectnrer on educational mntter>
SIim possesati also exceptional must-
ca, talent, which she uses iu her lect-
l urea. There will be a treat in store
lor those who hear this clever women
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.lim  0| li ipie   will      march   all       lhe
way '" Damp Five t/ the Foi   I MUli
i o,   today,  with four  pounds ot  but-
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■ A   meeting  io complete the
■ formation ,if lhn Revletoke
* I,-finch of thn R'-tall Employ
| hw Orrjani/atlon of B.C. will
| Iw heid at thfl City Hall on
■| Monday July 7, at 8:30 p.m.
a .Make n  special     note of the
■ date nnd  bn  there      with  the
■ bunch.
ter   two pounds in eaeh hand. There's   S]
n ma^on
IHHHIlP-lllllSillllliB
ST. FRANCIS CHURCH
Low ineih- tomorrow morning at 8
o'eloek, when the children will reive
Imi rl Holy Communion. High Mass at
in :10. His Graoe, the Archbishop will
•rendi, after which ho will administer
glibe Saeiainmt of Confirmation. At
[|] t p.m. a reception will be held in St.
[j|'Fran'is Hall. Tomorrow evening nt
j|| 730, Archbishop Casey, accompanied
by Father Ma'Kcnzie, will leave on
return to Vancouver. Father Dup •
plnnil will return to Cranbrook on
Monday  morning.
a
H,
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Rebecca Cantata
An excellent rehearsal of the Robec-
ca Cantata was held on Wednesday
evening, there being a splendid at-
tendance and all voices fully oqual to
thc stifl IJ hours training. The rapid progress which is beinr made in
the work is readily seen by those wbo
arc privileged to (ollow it stage by
stage. Tho rehearsals for next week,
will he on Sunday evening after Div.
ine service, and Wednesday, July 2nd,
at 8 p.m.,at thc Methodist church.
The change from Monday evening in
owing to the fact that all thc stores
will bo remaining open late that evening, It hHng tho eve preoeeding
Dominion Day.

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