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KEVELSTOKE. B. G JUN.   14, 1913
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SCHOOL
HONOR
ROLLS
CENTRAL   SCHOOL.
Entrance   Class—Ernest    MeKinnon,
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0^.50 BfkAeur
KELOWh?
REVELS k yE
BASEBALL
Kelowna  met Revelstoke C.P.R.   at
baseball  on  Thursday  afiernoon, June
KAMLOOPS
REVELSTOKE
Y.M.C.A.
WEEKLY
NOTES
MONARCHS
COSTLY
Nancy Fleotham,    Isa Dunlop, Winnie   12th,  at Revelstoke recreation    park, I jjgy AfternOOD
The regular monthly meeting of the      Tne  annual income  of  King  Goorgo
Baseball  Match at Recreation  Park Wednes- Eoard o[ m,ectors of the Railroad y. aud yui.en Mary ia ,aid t0 be £470,000
will be held Tuesday evening   and jn a.Jdition to  this, provision   is
M.C.A.
Smythe, Eddie McMahon.
High      Fourth—Mabel
and  the  visitors earned a  woll earned
Simmonds    victol*y of four to nil, the game count ]
ti  •_    n-;„J  ing in tho series of the B.C.   Interior
Marion Lawrence,  Tessie  Bain,   Dnna      " ,      ,  .
_ ,    ..   __,. League for 1913.
* laser,  Reginald Calder, |       s
The afternoon was showery,     heavy
-Third Home League Game next at 7:30 sharp.    Report of   the
work of the campaign will be present.
Of Season.—Stores Will All Close. Let Us ed by Chaltman Kincaid. Chairmen's
Aiir-tj.rj.iii -T- of committees" are requested to
All Root for the Home Team.
:ent full reports for the month.
pre -
Dis-
made for tha various members of the
loyal lamily so that the total amounts to something approaching £60U-
OOO says the Saturday Journal. The
King also receives the  revenue oi the
Intermediate Fourth—Oscar Lundell,
Manuel Johnson. Willie Smith, Alma
Corson, Frank Dunn. !
Senior Intermediate—Elizabeth Tap-
pins, Donah Leigh, Tom Maley, Jessie McGregor, Cassie MeKinnon. i
Junior Intermediate—Floreneo McDonald, Mary Bell, Irene Morgan,
Kathleen  Sutherland,  Lisle Bongard.
SELKIRK    SCHOOL ,
Senior Intermediate Grade—Class A.
A. Jchn-cn, S. Moran, F. Porta, L.
Iiob«on, I. Hay.
Class B—A. Morgan, B. Hay, M.
McCleneghan, L. Goodwin, L. Mann -
ing.
Cla-s I.—Chester Laughead, Elsie
Frey, Lilly Frey, Frank Donaldson,
Hazel Hughes. i
Class 11.—Laura Beech, Robert
Beech, Elsie Davenport, Edmund Kincaid, Margaret McMahon.
Second Header—E. Frey, T. Jackson
E. Macdonell, iD. Purvis, Af Law -
lence), 0. Comozzi.
High First class—Ruth Goodwin,
(Veronica, Ruth Hare, Rosic Mieielli),
Harold Porter.
High Second Primer—Wendall Port-
«i, Olga Johnson, Lilian Stacey, Annie  GaUicano,  Edna Fraser.
Junior Second Primer—R. Frey, J.
Goch, E. Ford. L. Pradolini, J. mc-
Rae. M. Howson.
Junior First Reader—C.  Maeki>nrot,   nn.l  White, all out at  first.
C. Limo/ki, Ri Rowlett, D. Kilpatrick      Kelowna  third—F.   Henning.  Fuller,
(J. Rowlett, A.  Powle'tt. A. Corning)   Treadgold, aU  three out at first.
Senior First Primer—K. So.uare ■ Revelstoke, third—Bruce out at first
trigg-, R, Huiseio, G. Morgan, A. Hollcn-i followed, made first on open-
HobBon, (A. Desimone anil H. Anderson, i
Receiving Class—(Joe Hove and M.
Pugsley) A. Dofoe. L. Purvis, (P. Har
iis.  A.  Gosh|  L. and  B.  Kincaid.)
rain falling at 4 p.m. when the game
was scheduled for commeuoement, and
play did nol start until 4:40 p.m., the
ground being wet, although no rain
actually  fell  during  the  game itself.
The Teams.
Kelowna—Hunt, I.f.; Purdy, s.s.;
Noel, c.J Alberts, cf.; A. Henning, p.,
Kincaid, r-f.; V. Henning, llrd.; Fuller
1st.; Treadgold, 2nd.
Revelstoke—Derr, 3rd; Fisher, s.s.l.
Pulley, c.j Phillips, 2nd; List cf.;
White, 1st; Bruce, r.f.; Selfens, 1.1.;
Webb,  p.
Professor GitTord umpired the game,
balls and strikes, F. Feeney oi Kelow-
l a, acted as umpire of bases.
Play was called at 4:40p.m.
The Game.
Kelowna, First—Hunt out at lirst;
I urdy and Noel struck out.
Rvelstoke, first—Derr opened the bat
ling; oat to third baseman on his
second strike. Fisher walked to first
ma pitched qall, out trying to steal
to second; Pulley out to center.
Kelowna, second—Alberts opened;
ghen a second lease oi life on a nair
line decision following a fine run and
catihona foul strike by catcher Pulley who fell with ball over the kids
on the base line. Alberta outat first;
Henning and Kincaid out at first.
Reveistoie     second—Phillips,     List
Weather  permitting  next  Wednesday   been   wished but all   should   make   it a
afternoon at the Recreation Park,
there will be played one of the best
baseball matches every staged in the
v. est.
The competing teams will be Kam -
loops and tbe lo al team. This will
fothe third home league game of    the
point to be present next Wednesday af
tirnoon to witness this 'big league
match.
The Kamloops team are all picked
players and the local boys will be going some to head the score on Wednesday afternoon. Nothing helps a home
t:am and encourages
Wai-
the Board meeting by Mr. W.H
lece the energetic spoilsman.
The lawn has now been put in shape
them  to good   (or bowUng and thc boul,,vanl B0jded
a-on.   We are  not yet informed   as   playing more    han to see a very large
oussion re-extension of swimming pool Du hy of Lancaster, whioh amount to
repairing of roof, painting and oiling £64,UU0 more annually, and the Prince
of gymnasium,  and     other  necessary 0j Wales  receives the re.vnues of  iho
changes. Duchy of    Cornwall,     amounting    io
A good   program is being arranged ,110ie lhan £S4,000 annually.   In spile
for July 1st, report will be given   at 0;  this liberal provision, it isn't    ne-
to the exact lineup of the outside loam
but the bome team will be very similar to the lineup at the recent match
between Revel-toke and Kelowna with
tome slight variations.
It is     most  desirable
crowd of their fellow eiti/ens as spectators. Let us all turn out next Wednesday afternoon and let even the fellow who crowded past t'he gate without paying  his  admission  fee    at   the
ii.aking the entrance to the building
more attractive, the cost of same being  ?7a.
Mr. Kincaid, chairman oi the    campaign committee, wishes to thank   the
itizens and the Railroad boss       for
that a-*, many  last    match be   there    on  Wednesday,   their generoll, contributions    towards
hundred of     the    citizens as    possible   with his little four-bits and be in    the
should witness this match as from pre- first  line  of  spectators to  root      his
sent appearances there will be a great home team to victory—Let us all root
number of  visitors      from    Kamloop- This should be the very best     con-
who are coming  to endeavor    to root test of the season as both teams     are
their home team into victory. row  getting      into  practice for     the
Owing to th.' bad weather the match season.   The game  will start prompt-
Kelowna vs    Revelstoke   did not have ly at  4 o'clock sharp, don't be     late
as many  spectators     as    might  bave and be a prominent rooter.
H.ve You Fought It Yet?
Bought what.' Why your donation
for the hospital linen shower, on Juno
17th. The stores are showing a bn«3
collection of linen articles from which
to make a choice. Don't be afraid to
choose, anything will be acceptable,
but especially so will be stand covers,
dresser covers, towels, dish towels, etc
Do not miss this chance lo help along a good cau
Wedding Bells
the wiping out of the old debt on the
Y., and all we need now is 100 more
volunteers to subscribe $10 ea'-h and
we shallhave reached our desired goal.
Boys' Biblo Class—The boys' Bible
class will meet on Sunday morning at mary,
ten o'clock at tho foot oftheSkidway would be
of the old mill at the end oi Sixth
street. In the event of rain we will
meet in the old mill, where we met
last Sunday.
Baseball—The  Y.M.C.A.  team      has
lessary ior the King to pay life insurance with a view to providing tor
the future maintenances' of the Queen
should he be the first to die. The
Pai Lament provides for that by a spe
cial grant to fall due in the evtnt of
the Queen Surviving, it is also customary on the mairiage oi royal children for the British people to provide
a dowry by Parliamentary grant,
Whu King George came to ibe
throne certain niahononis in the
House of Common: suggested that the
Parliamentary giants to the King and
Queen should be cut down to aboJt
one-eighth of wliat had been custo-
when explained that it
impossible to. keep up the
state to which the British rulers have
been accustomed on a l.s-tr sum, the
people loyally gathered to the financial support of the- K.
Time- have been a liitle hard    witb
ihe C/ar of Russia recently, as     dis-
uow been reinforced     with new suits,
A pretty wedding was celebrated at   snd on Monday  at     the beginning oi  turbauces within  the  Empi/e "havede
the Howson residence, McKenzie aven-   thln*s     *hl'y are to fortify themselves
against the onslaught of the Pirates.
Come and s?e the fun. Beef has gone
up in  pile sono  beefers  will   bi there
ing hit of tho game; out at second at
tempted steal; Webb saie to first on
lit,.-tole second; Derr Hied out to pitcher.
Kelowna, fourth—Hunt walked to
tirst on ballst, oui by yards on at -
tempting to steal second; Purdy out
tn pitcher; Noel to first on balls; Alberts hit to s.s., who missed ball, Alberts rea hod first, Noel safe on third;
A. Henning flied his first strike to -
waids left field, a safe hit; Noel got
home', Alberta got to third, Kincaid made a safe hit to firsti. Albt>rts
made home; A Henning got home on
A decrea-t' of labor with no dimin-   <*rror" p-  Henning bats, to first     on
titiou of income,hut with general im-   a s'l(c hit;      Kincaid  safe on s"OQd'
,       Fuller out  at  first.—Three run-f     for
piovement of results, is a combination   Kciow.na
which appeals to anyone. Labor-sav-1 Hevelstoke fourth—Fisher out to
ing machinery and thoroughly efiici - first: Pulley struck out; Phillips put
ent machines might just as well be us- | tut at flrst.   Score end of fourth. Ke-
owna, three;  Revelstoke nil.
the date,  Jun ■
e\ cning.
TESTING
DAIRY
HERDS
KAMLOOPS
CELEBRATION
McKenzie avenue,   Revelstoke,   on  Wednesday   after
peon June llth      when Rev. Lashley
Hall, assisted by Rev.  lluntly, united   Monday,
in marriage Miss Mary    Irene Poyer,      Football...Tuesday evening
nnd  Mr.  Leonard  A.   Howson, the
bride being tbe only daughter of Mrs.
If you do you will  Ida Maxon of Bl.adlord) Pa (     wniUt
the groom isa nati\e son of Revelstoko, second sou of Aid. R. Howson.
At 2 p.m.' the bridal party entered thu
.-pe.-ially decorated drawingroom, to
the strains of Mendelsshons Wedding
March, artistically played by Miss Lil
lian Lee, and took tneir places under
the arch of everygreens and white lil-
iacs. The bride looked charmingly
girlish, gowned in Ivory Satin Imperial embroidered with pearls trimmed
with renaissance lace, court train and
17th, afternoon     and
will be
the regular practice, every one expect
ed out so as to get in readine-'s to
compete against Kamloops for the
Robertson trophy.
ESTABLISH
PARCELS
POST
The people of Kamloops are putting
i n a big celebi ation on Dominion Day
praatically  the same  committee    hav«
the matter in hand as took such good  ',1,l,K'a"ti,ful. ^uquet of white roses and
hold oi    their centenerary celebration
Oue of the mo-'t important and pro
gressive pieces 0f legislation  that has
i reased the royal revenues irom CJ,-
500, "hi a year to a', out L'i...
and this at the very time whn provisions have taken a startling leap
upward in all quarters o! the world
The C/ar do-nt need to depend oa
the whims u; his sub.ie. is, however,
for his income. A- the ruler of Russia, he draw, th.- in. ome from estates
of more than a mi.iion square miles
in cultivated lands and forc-ts and in,
gold and other mines in Siberia.
The Emperor of Austria-Hungary is
in re eipt of an anuual income ui
£900.000, and William II,. 0f Germany
manages to get along on $740,000. In
addition to this, the German Kaiser
ha- a vast amount of private property
it om the rev.nue- of which the court
expenditures and family ten'Ions are
paid.   Tie- K.  .-    I  I*.,.,  ;. ,    £600,000
slashed tunic effect skirt, and carrying   heen pul on the statute     books      for  a }'l'ar* "om  whi h  672,000 is paid to
cd by dairy  farmers as by  any  mauu -
factum-.      So tbe  questions come.  —
K.downa,      Fifth—Treadgold   struck
out; Hunt struck out; Purdy bit safe
Hav,. we efficient cows?   Do they save   t0 Hrst.     No„, ga(„ to „,.., on ef
or make work'.' Are  they so good that
they decrease both comparatively and
actually thc necessary amount of labor in keeping cows, and at the same
time increase the income?  Every  dai
Purdy to second;  Alberts Hied to first
Revelstoke, Fifth—List out at first;
While out at first; Blu-e rea bed first
on hit and error, lirst baseman, stole
'second on pas*sed ball;  Sellens walked
ry farmer needs to answer such ques- \ ,0 lir3t* ^ "y pitcher; Webb out    at
tions   as applied  lo bis herd, and he   l""1-
Kelowna
last year, whie-h ensures a successful
day. Vernon is coming with their
baseball team, this is one of the league' games and considering how close
thevarious clubs in the league are running should prove a drawing card.
At football, Revelstoke are meeting
Kamloops, there is always keen rivalry between these two teams and i
good  game  is  assured.
The lacro.-'se team is meeting Kelowna. another excellent match.
There is a good program of athelet-
lllites of the valley, the veil being of
white silk marquisette and orange
blossoms, draping thc full length of
the court train and caught up with
orange blossoms
Miss Myrtle llowson, dressed in
white silk ninon, and carrying a bouquet of white carnations, acted as
1 ridesmaid.
Miss Mary Howson making a charm
ing ring bearer.
The groom was attended by his brother, Mr. Joseph H. Howson, who
acted as best man.
After the ceremony  the party enter-
years and which will mean much lot
the people of Canada was introduced
I y Hon. L.P. Pelletier during the clos
ing days of the session. The bill provides for the establishment of a system of panels post  in Canada. There
the  family and th •  little    Queen     of
Hollanl ha-   650,  annually     irom
the country and large revenues from
her private domains. Fearing that the
Queen m*) still har the woli gnaw-
Ing at  ber    door,    gen roua  Holland
has for  years  been an  agitation      for  a!s° s'M'I'l''- b r  witb $13,! ior the
such a measure, but it was always
turned down by the old government,
and the passing of this measure ;- a
great  step in advance.
Mr. Pelletier in introducing the biM
explained the plan of the government.
It has  been decided to fix  tho  weight
royal family and the Upkeep of courts
and pala • s.
" of Bpain haa  B2OO.O00   and
'-1-.  for family expenses.
In  -tr.k.ng contrail   to  this a,-e alt
the salaries paid  :,, presidents ,
pubM -.   The  Pre id nt   ol   I
events  including  }  mile,  IOU yards, I
shot, etc, and the lighter sido ed the 'dinin« room* wher''ll reoherohe
puttin
•eveniy-two inches  would be  the  max
mum of length and     girth combined.
ha- not been forgotten, and there w^  wedding luncheon was served     by the combined.   It has been decided  to in-
be an obstacle race, catching the groa-   MlsSt'* Evelyn Clay and M. Henderson   troduce the zone system but  on simp-
can answer them satisfactorily when,
keeps dairy records.
A statement made by the Dair> Div
ision, Ottawa, regarding Ontario cows
last year, was that dairymen arc keep
ing sixteen cows todo the work of ten
So it is quite possible to cut down
work one-third, and rejoti*e because
possessing more elnvient ows. To
tbe scrap-heap with the old junk:
A Quebec dairyman after one year
of cow testing writes the Dairy Division that he now gets as much milk
from hi- 32 selected cows as ho u»ed
to get from his lat'gvr herd of I- cows.
Ten inelticients were ibe«fed. Dairy far
mers have not time to waste working
for poor cows, so make sure that eiyb
cne pays.
OHlHSHHiailliBHSlsai
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w. — 1
The Scandinavian Aid Fellowship Society will hold
their annual Pie-nlc and
Dance on Tuesday, June 24th
ni Hi a.m. at th"ir old lumping grounds (ir mwhy.
Ile'fr.HhmentH ;iii,l . ports ni-
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sixth—A. Henning stru-k
. nil   Kin ni 1, F. Henning. out at fir-t
Revelstoke. sixth—Derr outat first;
Richer f'b.l out to right field; Pulley
to first  0n balls; Phillips out at first.
Kelowna, seventh—Fuller, Treadgold
loth out at flr-t. Hunt walked; Pursy hit safe to first. Hunt to -e.-ond;
Noel made a fin.' -aie hit, Hunt got
home; Purdy to third. Noel fir-t, Alberts flied out to right field. One run
for Kelowna.
Revelstoke 7th—List to first on error by i.s.; attempted steal se'e-ond out
White batting: out at flrst. Bruce followed, made first on a safe hit; Sel -
lens safe hit to first, Bru..« to second
Webb huts. Sellens and Bruce advanoe
one base each on passed ball; Webb
•truck out.
Kelowna Sth—A . Henning, Kicaid,
1 bning. all  struek out.
Kevelstoke, Sth—Derr flied out to
tirst; Fisher flied out to pitcher: Pulley struck out.
Kelowna, Oth—Fullet struck out,
TreadgoM and Hunt, both out at flr^t
Ito.v.dstoke. 9th—Phillips flied out to
cond. List outat first; White out
tl timi.
Final   score-Kelowna   1.
nil.
Comment.
There i« practically no
make, EGtlowna played practl ally fault
ii     ball, both pit.hers and .atch-r- of
sy  pig, etc.
In the evening there is to ben good
, assisted      by Mr.  A.  MeCarter,      and
Chas. McRae, Ihe toast 0f    'tho bride
program Of  water  sports such  as  tub  nnd e'oom  •">inK ''ntbus'iastieally hon
< red.   The wedding presents were num
etotis and     costly,  tire list of    those
showing   (heir     interest  in the  young
couple by appropriaic gifts being too  in   a radius of    twenty miles    of
I ngthy for publication. point where the  parcel is posted
Among  the  momentos  of the
ion  were from  Groom to Hrid
ra'-ing, climbing the greas'y pole swim
ming race's. Motor boat races and canoe  races.
The wind up of the celebration is to
lea confetti carnical. starting in the
i ark and parading the principal
Btreets.
Anyone who visited Kamloops last
year when their last carnival was on
will recall with pleasure the .ioyotisl evening, when everyone wns ,a child, and
fun and frolic ruled the day.
Everyon" was good natured and ev-
eryone* was happy.
Masks    and suits are being brought  ^ ""e^'a special set of Howson hoir ious  provinces  tbe
irom  the coast and will be rented   at
r-asonable  charges,  so everyone    can
"ake part without trouble.
We wish Kamloops every .success
with their celebration and feel sure
that all who take it in will be able to
-ay afterwards "that warfone of the
liest  days I ever spent."
See their official ad in the next Issuo
of the Mail-Herald.
limit of parcels at eleven pounds and   r"'*1'*s  1;a-   *-'  ■    '  s  year; ths  President ol Fran •  ., ,llUt   ._ji.    ,t   iin, ft
similar -um i,,r . xpent>es; the Presl -
dmi of Switzerland ha-  £700 and the
l te-i lent of Argentina cthoo.
Although  K ii ,r    inii I,,,  u ,
1   '■' ■■ i teluding     hi- annual stipend
as King o: l ru nia  and    I
h.-
ler and  le-s  complicated  lines   than in
thfl  United States.    Ea. h of the    provinces would be regarded as a zone but
the  three     Maritime  provin es would   '
be combined tp form 0ne /one.
Th.' lut /on" o*'all  would  be with-
•h.
ir -
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ha-   ii     greal  .1   ,        .    .     witb
t'nllke the British, who   .-ar,'
for all tbe royal family,  thr    German
po;>le expeet  the Km-, r to pay     all
ocas-   respective  of     provincial     boundaries.   ,:l0"~  "I'-n--  himself,  1 ilt.- any other
dia-  'lhal   would  give   protection  to  lo-al   **'' *'* "f ■  household.  Out  of his     in-
mond ear ring;  to    groomsman,  gold dealers aDd country merchants' again-  c""*''* tho,,efi'rc.  the    Kaiser pays   to
cnfl links;  to  bridesmaid, valiere     ol  st   the departmental  stores     in     tbe   ll*'  w;r"   ,n  allowance  of 4.*."0,aoo,    a
porridots  and  pearls;  to  ring  bearer,  large cities. •'■' ■'" •  whi.-h must  -ulii -e for bar    own
locket and chain;  to pianist crescent     The se,.0nd ton" will be outside the  household     expm-es,     pay for     her
of pearls. twenty    mile radius but within     the  clotb«',e   and bei   chnriti s and    gift-.
A glamour of historic family int<>r - Iioundary of   the   province.   Tbe  other  Th''    Kaiser  imys  the  wages  of  WOO
est was  imparled to the luncheon by  /ones  will he constitute  by   the   var-    n k'*>'"  ,h'* >'<•«'   r.eiinl,    in    addition
to feeding and     -thing tbem, He also
iOOm  chinnwnre,   which  has  been     a combined. Veye tbe 350 female  -ervant%,       who
prized family    possession for over    a     Tho government intrndsf to establish  car° for the royal  mtdenees in     Ber-
hundrod years, and figured at the wod-  as cheap rat<-s as  possible although  it  lm •'lod Pot-dam. He ha* also t,, pay
dmg of the great igreat grandfather ol  is the   Intention   to  make  the  system . 	
the groom. self-sustaining and to put It ona bu-', 'Continued on Pase Eight.)
The lmppy couple left on the aftor-  ness  basil.   It Is   the intontion to  put   S111'ta ■ ■ ■ ■  ■ I -gig
coasl, tho   brldn   lhe system into force by  January  let  3
Rev.-lflioke
.■ommfnt  tr
noon  train for the
wearing    a    going    away costume ol IOU,  but  perhaps  before.                        5)
white English  serge  (rimmed  wUh Ir-   [fj
ish crochet lace, and a Oharmeuse silk The grasshopper zone, acording  to 5
1 coat.   Thc travelling hat was ptotum .Stale     Horticultural     Commissioner 1
Ipatteim,   trimmed    with white Fi*enoh Cook, is growing. Four more counties  1
th" teams were pretty evenly matohod. ] plumes „nd dainty pink rosebuds. Untte,  Vo'o, Marin and Kern are  r»   ta
Errors in the field  deducted,  tbe    cor-,    After B honeymoon nt bhe coast elt- ported vi.dt.d by the posts tho    state  ta
red  s.ore on  play  would  have    been  ies and  California     summer    n sorts, nllicos having received appeals     from  1
Kelowna Ono. Revolstoke Nil.               | they will make their permanent  resi - these counties for information as   to ta"
The    best team  won.   Tho decisions  di-nee  in Rnvelntoko,  and  be at. homo the best means of combating the ovil.'g]
of both  umpires     were  sound.     The  to Ibnlr numerous friends, nH of wihom In Butte e-ounty, the hoppers  are r» -  ■
rame was a  first   r-lu. ,   exhibition     of^ioinin     wishing thom   a long, happy ported  to     be destroying the    young Ig
pood sportsmnnsh'p on both sides'.      land prosperous married life. trees and alfalfa to a serious extent.
MANNING'S
When shopping retnembei
our nice fresh made can
and take „ treat home lot
Sunday If thc weather li
cool our place will lx> found
nice and warm. We endeavor
to please at
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THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, JUNE 14th, 1918
Furnace Grates on the Right Principle
Note the three surfaces,
each of which will last
as long as the ordinary
one surface grate. A
gentle rocking is usually
all that's required but any
clinkers happening to form
are ground up by the massive teeth of the four grates
s is only   with very little effort.   The
of   the
grate    bars    are    so    constructed   that   a volume of
air passes freely to all parts
of the   fire.
1
one
many   ad-
^*S i vantages of the Sun-
J^    shine Furnace.   Pay
ir agent a visit or
*.vri:e for the Sunshine booklet.  It shows you why it pays
to install this furnace.
vjUnSiline Furnace
London    Toronto    Montrcul     Winnipeg   Vancouver   St. John, N.R.
Hamilton    Calgary     Saskatoon     Edmonton
Soid by Bourne  Bros , Ltd.
336
\wmmmw!®&um
SAILING EVERY TUESDAY FROM
MONTREAL        QUEBEC LIVERPOOL
New S.S. Laurentic. .(15,003 Tons). .New S.S. Megantic
First-Class—$(J2.50-      Second -S53.75.     Third-$32.50
S. S. Teutonic
53J feet long.
Twin Screw
Steamers
S. S. Canada
514 feet long.
Ch.y Oie 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 SS:0J3 AViUi, H£\1 CflSm ST, SEATTLE
C. P. R Ticxbt lAGBMr, Revelstoke
Howson C&> Co., Ltd.
Furniture, Carpets and Linoleum at Eastern Prices, Freight
cAdded.
Howson £& Co., Ltd.
Notice ha- be.-n i--uod from '.he De-
f     Education at Victoria,
thnt the publi   school6 will dose for
- immi: holidays on June 27.
The Cour.te-s of Aberdeen has been
y national     women's
councils ol Europe and America to retain thi  pn    tency •' th<   internation
al Council c-i Women for B further per
I ..ve year*,
I ■     honsand ritle-   with   b i
n   B.'lfn-t  l,,Mt  w.-ek     on     a
i     irom Man baati r     r.
"electrical fittings."
ttvea  prom: I -h-m.    Gove's-
I ■ say they ar.* fully
on  'h» plan" of the  Orar.ci
list home rule   T
of the authorities was the Br
importation ol
VERNON
KAMLOOPS
BASEBALL
Kamloops failed to secure the    laurel  wreath  at  Vernon  yesterday;  not
that they played poor  hall—far from
it,   but  because  ihe  Vernon  combina
tion  played  a  superior game.  This is
tho sporting admission oi the     Kamloops nun,     who    while     they would
gladly  have seen   the scores  reversed,
ind  who,  indeed,  an'  lull  oi hopo   oi I
I nial.in-. reprisals on July 1st, are free
I to express  theii   admiration    of     tho'
display made by  ihe home team    at
\ !•i nun.
Mr, Evander McLeod, who wiih
characteristic sportsmansnip, and
generosity placed his car at the disposal of the Kamloops' team again,
conveyed Crisler, .Munn. and Irwin
to tho s one of battle on Tuesday
evening, so that the battery al least
should be in good form. His exploits
lh the homeward journey are.—well—
another <iory. Tho balance o>J th.'
team arrivwl ;it Vernon about noontime on Wednesday.
Details of (lame.
A commencement was made al 3*16
and for the Brst tour ii n. 11.4s, tho
gamo was ■.imply perfect gilt-edged
ball. .Not a nm W11S scored and not
a chance was missed, while in the
sicond inning Stoke--, the Vernon
righc fielder, made a spectacular
catch ihai evoked round after round
0.' applause, irwin had struck a ball
in such -lylo thai a ho.ne run was
lullyexpre t'd, but Stores with a
tr.i.iant ei'ori frustrated lhe Kamloops1 nan's good  intentions.
In the iiiiii innings the fireworks
comn mi ed when Vernon got a couple'
of hits, ihat combined with a co.-ily
error in the left field and alittle
1 onfusion on lirst brought four runs
to the homesters.
A quiet interval ensued until the
seventh innin gs, when Vernon scored
three moro runs. Kamloops who were
lighting gallantly throughout respond
rain the eighth innings with a useful e-omliinaiion of tour. Thc ninth
innings left th<' scores  unrhun-ged.
\ ei non ceriainly placed a fine team
in ibe lield and their play was worthy oi greal praise, but Kamloops
wi h a few weak spot- am. nded are
determined 10 take their revenge on
Lominion Day.
Adams as usual played a steady
game on 1st, and speared several impossible looking Biers. Burgersou,
too, played u good game at 2nd, and
Williams certainly handled some hot
return- in fine style, Mace as ever
was stead] as a rock, and Irwin
took a couple of nice run-drom the
Vernon pit'her. The play ol Crisbt
and Munn was also noteworthy.
ol    Seattle,    who pit.-hed
..s as-up-.li>   possess •
ed of -in:  and he
.:i to   make     a
:■■    hampionship
Brewing Co.,     by
hand-
■
ires
Minn,  c;
Ma -on,
I.f.;     Irwii '      Be -gerson      -n!..
.p.
Williams,
■. cf.;
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To Our Friends and Neighbors
You know Uf. You know we
afford to — go back on our word
this moneyback-if-not-satisfled
We honestly believe we havo lhi
t«t bowel remedy cvr n. ni" — tho
most plcasant-to-tak", most permanently beneficial laxative f >r r-... f
from thc miwriea and dang..rs truing
from constipation.
We wouldn't Hy •'.:• If ire 'iiein't
believe it Ui la. true. We wouldn't
risk our rtputatl • ' • • ,Mnn such
Statements did we not feel sure >'eU
would find thl m me,
Our  faith   is  built   both  on   the
Wr. -aledge of •*:. .* l'..-\..'. Orderlies
arc mado of and on o!<wrv»tion of
very many severe caaos in which they
have proven thoir Bait.
Try them at Our Risk
y do not abundantly prove
their merit with you al«o — if you
are not entirely satisfied with thom —
we will refund your money — and we
will do that on your mere eay-m.
We dnn't ask you to riak a penny.
Isn't that fair?
' Juit let the bowoJa fail in properly
doirut their work—just lot thoir
ettion be delayed and inron.-lefi
and the entire system and every
Other  organ  suffers.   Wastes  that
would not — that we could not
Nor can you afford to ignore
offer on this splendid laxative.
I   remain
-in the syst/^n.
Heed* •:-.---.     -er
Bess sod ,   ! «on-
</U» Dli oweli
• '   ■!• re intended.
All thu may rf you will
acreLt 'Jill advieo.
Your
Individuality
Delineated
There is a character expressed in Tourner Photo-
graphsth at arrests attention, Mode-Is of arti-ia-
ami scientific skill,faithfully reproducing that inde-
liualiK' "something" ilim
makes a photo a "speaking" likeness.
Why endure the usual
stilled and repressed style
\\ lu' 1 you can g-el >eeliil..
(hing different . and bet-
ter    for the saint'  price ?
Look Ut Up!
Come and look at nur Trian.le Sail
Irons -orarantee'l for u • r
PRIC1L—6  LB. IRON, Z'j.00
A  G.  DUCK
I'st i')i:.ii-- ci veil fr*-**
Sherwin    "P ^ i n f a
Williams   Jrd.lIlT.b
We carry a full range of colors in the above, both
for inside and outside work,  also floor finishes,
 Stains,   Varnishes,  Oil Turps, Johnson's Wood
Dyes, etc. For best results see that S. W. P. is
marked on the can. Everything in up-to-date
Paint Brushes.
STOVES—A Kootenay or Saskalta Ran^e made by the
largest firm in that business in the British Empire; will give
more heal on less fuei, 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, Fruit aud Vegetables. We <lu an ever
increasing trade in these; Quality Goods,Fair Prices, Correct
Accounts.
Wr arc headquarters for Poultry Supplies, chick food, extra
Grade Wheat, Hay Feed, etc.
BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
GROCERS AND HARDWARE DEALERS
First St, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
EARLY SPRING GOODS
Consisting of every conceivable si/.e and 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 samples
for our Spring Clothing Order Departmeet.
L
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Fit-Reform Clothing Stetson Hats        Foot-Rite Shoes
umoermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,
R*v-lst)k>, B. C
before buying yonr "iit-
fit of working clothes
for the bush. I make a
specialty of Logging
Sh'ies. Pants, Sot, Shirts
Blankets and everything
rei I ili reel IT! voir I ei, si,,....k
LIFE INSURANCE
POLICY
taste   |att   lik<-   -and'-*     The
soothing nnd *w:- They
do nnt rn ]•» an;,ing. mm—, purging   ur   exeiwmv   looseness     They
■• "tinid
nerves mid muscle.    They promptly
relieve ooostipation, snd help te, ^rr-
■ ,:• overeome .■
Unall  Orderlies  •.^.mofe   b»lt»r
spirit* nnd tyttT health.    In all of
thrne thinas they ari- vaatly «uperior
to   reld-faahionef),   har«h   aalta   and
othT twrg.itivei. whir), .,rn not r,nly
UnplenaAnt to take but which usually
leave the l^jwla in MIM i*ondition
than liefore.     We psrtiSolariy r*r,,m-
mend Ketaji Orderlies for shildiWi
Sird and dslidtU DMNM.
Itejall Orderlies eome in veat-
DOeket tin Uttee. 12 Uhlet*, 10c;
36 UblcU, Ue;  HO tahleu, 60c.
CAUTION: Plca»e boar in mind that Rexall Orderlie* are r,ot aold hy all drur
Cuu.   You ean buy Rexall Orderlieti only at the Rexall Htr.tra.
Tou ean buy Rexall Orderliea in this community only at our store:
WALTER BEWS
Rtvtlitoke
The $0*0X1 Store
British Columbia
There ia a Raxall Slot* tn nr.rlj tr.rj town and rily In thm fnlixl Buim, Canada anl
Oraat Bhuin. Thera ia a difltrenl Raiall Raroadf for nmrntty wnrr ontinarr human IB —
•acta atpooiall). desi(ne<l lor tba panleular IU for whioh It la rMomsModad.
Tbe Rexall Stores an America's fJreMest Drug Stores,
BEGGAR
PRINCE
COMEDY
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of t.he if-v comic     '. - '  beard
he-r..
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-tame territory  year alter
year.   Among  th trs     u,
Fr.mma  In-.nna
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r.n tbs . Od  abe   yii-
1  matrnlllr't
*.* and      ; ■   ■
women.
ren, "■.-■
tiurn  th<-    thia'   ■ o'lan'l,
pO«seoa)»»i a mAr,
nre  'Wn ' omwlinn'* th*'.     el.Atnd away
up at tun prodflcei       Harry  f    M'rtie
\<y and  flay  BoudMrd,  n-n.I  tht
lien and    funny     hiHnmtn   permeat/*
ihrmijfbivit   the  1'ii'ir"   tbM  a<*t.s  The
fhoriii i.' rnn-de np of lovly fetnininity
Thii  will   Ik> eetif r,f  the  prinripn,l ev
ent a of  the (»ea«ori   aivd nil  mitsle lov.ra
should  not   mini  the  opportunity      ol
orcein^   Ihia   Inlenlxl   .oriipany      while
tn  our city.   Kmpreaa    tlientre Tues •
day, June 17th.
PAPA LOOKED  OUT   FOR US
Meat's whv 111.num.1 doesn't have
*..,   w.r     down own   like    Benny's
l'o >r   Benny,   lvs
lii',:.'.   Ink
LIFE   INSURANCE  POLICY
- papa did, and that's why
-ire an poor     A little storv, lent
n nirer.il    11 yon want
to  protect   your  family  in  case of
d.-ath. w will write a poii  . \ou can
to Garr and lhat will !«• paid
; die,   Call  ai '1    e -  na about
tin's.
KOOTFNAY AGENCIES, Ltd.
.;:.   Manager.
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COFFEE - CHICORY - TEA
Fresh Roasted Brazil, per lb     35c
Fresh Roasted Mocha and Java blend, per lb ..   50c
Old Country Chicory, per package      20c
Ceylon Tea, in bulk, 3 lbs. for .?1.00
Other teas,   including Tetleys,  Liptons, Ridgways,
Silver Spoon, etc. -
John McIntyre & HON
First Street. Telephone No. 93
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Now Is the Time for Fertilizing Your Garden
Have a Car of Fertilizer on Track.
Save money by buying direct from
Car
P. BURNS & GO., Limited
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THK PLANS for nod  plumbing ilifTer
li'iiii the ordinary kmei    yon mny not
hi- utile to note the 'liffrrrmr, Imt every
Koo<| plumlier knows. OUR PLANS
iwlnde only iiuitcrinln that will (nye
lusting satisfaction and workmanship
II nl will prove Hurnlili-.
No mutter how important or how nn-
important the jot, mav hr, we never
l|lghi iinv'letiiil of PLUMBINQWORK.
UVE18T0U PLUMBING IND HEATING CO.
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A Remarkable Expression
of Public Confidence . . .
is i.own in tho statement ol tbis Company for tbe fiscal year
ending March 31st, 1913. As compared with ono year ago, the
following- ti.-iei.H are exceptionally interesting:
ASSKTS MARCH 31st,    1913  $466,915.72
ASSKTS MARCH 31st, 1912  $111,268.60
Rhowing a net gain of $845,647.12
This remarkable gain is pouHive evidence of thc convenience and  practicability  of the C. H. I. C. plan.
NEARLY ONK-QUARTKR MILLION DOLLARS LOANED
TO CONTRACT HOLDERS at S PER CENT. SIMPLE INTEREST DURING THE PAST FISCAL YEAR.
If YOU Deaire n Homo of Your Own—II you Would Be Independent  ol a Landlord— Inventigate This plan—Now.
The Canadian Home Investment Co.. Ltd.
"Canada's Old Reliable"
Home Office:    PACIFIC BUILDING, Second Floor
| VANCOUVER. B. C.
Revelstoke Office : J. B. WATSON REALTY CO.
I	
BWBlBMwlMlMMhhlthhlMtrialinsiamiMMiihla^ SATURDAY, JUNE 14th, 1913
THE MAIL-HERALD,REVELSTOKE
PAGE THREB
J. B. Watson Realty Co.
Six Room Modern House, Corner of Robson Avenue
and Fourth Street      $2800
...$2200
Six Room Modern House, Fourth Street.	
Eleven Room House,  Fourth Street,  near McKenzie
Avenue    -  $3000
100 Feet Seventh Street, near McKenzie Avenue $1500
Store Building McKenzie Avenue for Rent
Give in Y ur Listings if You Want a Quick Sale
J. B. Watson Realty Co.
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W. H. HOROBIN, Manager.      Local Agency American Casualty Co.
AGENT FOR PACIFIC SALES ASSOCIATION, LIMITED.
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED 18S5
Record of Progress for Five Years—1906-1911
Capital        ....
Reserve   -
Deposits       ....
Loans and Investments
Total Assets        ...
Has 83 Branches In Canada, and Agents and Correspondents in all'
the Principal Cities In the World.
A GENERAL BANKINQ BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Interest allowed at highest current rate.
Revelstoke Branch, W   H. PRATT, Manager
1906
$ 3,000,000
1911
$ 4,000,000
3,000.000
4,600,000
23,677,730
35,042,311
27.457,090
38,854,801
33,090,192
48,237,284
..INFANTS APPAREL..
Another consignment in the
above lines just to hand   .    .
Infants White Silk Robes, Long and Short
Cream Cashmere Cloaks, White Embroidered Shortening Dresses	
MRS. A. G. CRICK.
FIRST STREET
Laughton C& Tapping, Props.
First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
European Plan
Open Day and Night. - Meal Tickets, $6.00
MONTHLY BOARD
S^LSTOV^^^
Strictly Fi-st Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with Bath
Union   Hotel
JUST NBWLY REPAIRED
RATES,      .     $1.50 PER DAY
Weekly nml monthly rates to l>e arranged.        Meal Tickets, 21 meals tow $6.00
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
A. P. LEVESQUE, Proprietor
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.   Rates $1 a day.    Monthly rates.
J.    ALBERT     ST03STH      PROP.
Read M Mail-Herald" SALES AND WANTS for Snaps
FLYING
MACHINE
TRIUMPHS
Berlin, June 10.—Marcel Brindejone,
Des Moultinais, a French airman,
made a remarkable flight this morning from Villa Coubay to the Johan-
nisthal aerodrome, doing the distance.
of 674 miles iu seven hours and four
minutes tat approximately, a milo in
37 4-5 seconds.
siaismraMaiaMSMaisfSfaMaisiajaiHai
O. B. N. WILKIE
PROVINCIAL LAND  SURVEYOR
Office: Lawrence Hardware Block
REVELSTOKE, B. O.
W.  H.  WALLACE,  M.B.C.S.A.
ARCHITECT
Box 205, Telephone 31i. ReveUitoke
Pa*Ue, June 10—Two French aviators started this morning in the competition for the serai-annual Pommer-
ly cup. Des Moultinais ascended at
fiom Villa Coublay and flew toaard
Warsaw, Russian-Poland, Ernest Fran
cois Guillaux left Biarritz on the
frontier flying norvh.
Paris. June 10—The young French
aviator, Manuel G. Bi'indebonc Des
Moulinais, beat all distant* records
today by flying from Paris to Warsaw
by way of Berlin, a distance of 1,500
kilometers (approximately 933 miles )
in thirteen hours, and excluding stops
attaini'd an average speed of 150 kilometers (93.3 miles) an hour.
He accomplished this in the competition for the Pommery cup--for tho
longest flight across tho country from
sunrise to sunset in one -day, with '
stops if necessary.
To give some idea of     his achieve-
meat it may  lie stated t^hat the Nord '
Express, one of the.f'astest trains     in
the world, takes  18 hours im the trip j
from Paris  to Berlin  and 27hours be-1
tween Paris and Warsaw.
Britvdebone- Des Moulinais' actual fly
ing time  for  the 925 kilometers  ( 575 '
miles) was 6 hours and 39 minutes.
After lunching at Berlin with the
military aviators, he resumed nis jour
ney to Warsaw, where he landed safely
at 6*15 p. m., well ahead of the sundown limit.
ilis flight beats the record made by
Ernest F. Guillaux from Biarritz to
Koilum, Netherlands, by 170 kilometers.
HARVE**, McCARTER
AND PINKHAM,
Barristers,   Solicitors,   Etc.
Imperial Bank  Building  Revtl-
■tokt, B. O.
Money to Loan.
Offlcee—Revelgtoke,    B.    O..     a»<l
Cranbrook, B. O.
Geo. 8. MeCarter,
A. M. Pinkham, J. A. Harvey
Reveletoke, Cranbrook
COURT     MT.      BEGBIE,   No.  I4S1.
OF I. O. F.
Meete in I. O. O. F. Hall next   to
Tapping's Opera House  every second
and fourth Monday in  month. Visiting brethren cordially  welcomed.
H. V. MORGAN, O. R.
WM.   B.  CAMERON,  Rec.-Bec.
SELKIRK     LODGE 12, 1. O. O. F.
Meete every Thursday evening in
Selkirk Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting
brethren  cordially invited.
C. NORTH, N. G.
JAS. MATHIE, Sec.
KOOTENAY     LODGE. No. IS A. F.
aiid A.  M.
Regular meetings are held in MASONIC TEMPLE, OddfellowB' Hall
on the Third Monday in each month
at 8 p. m. Visiting brethren are
cordially welcome.
J. Hi HAMILTON, W. M.
A. G. BROOKER, Secretary.
Between eight  and nine o'clock last
Thursday nifcht  the Dominion  House
settled    down to the task of   putting
through thj SilS.OOO.OOO of supplementary estimates' in order that the following morning might be devoted to concurrent and  to the clearing up of   a'
few  tag ends    of    legislation.      This [
means that the money had to be voted at the rate of several million dol- ]
lars     an    hour.   The result was that
there was  no discussion at all on the
majority  of  the  items while  speeches
made were brief. I
C.  W.  O.  W.
Mountain View Camp, No. Hi.
Meets Second    and     Fourth Wednesdays    in each  month  in    Selkirk
Hall.     Visiting Woodmen  are
cordially invited to attend
JAMES  McINTYRE, O.O.
H. W. EDWARDS, Clerk.
REVELSTOKE LOYAL ORDER
MOOSE No. 108S
Meets every first and third Tuesday ln Oddfe.lows Hall. Viaitlng;
brethern cordially invited to attend.
A. Grant, Dictator.
H. L. Haug, Secretary.
my^A--y^m
fiffi ftIS?
^ft*-*-0'1'"'| .■'.    f\ TOW*
THE  HOUSEKEEPER
OF   TO-DAY
does not have to seed raisins, wash
currants and do lots of other things
her mother had to. She just comes
to this grocery and Kets such things
all ready for use, besides a hundred
other articles that make housekeeping easier and life pleasanter.
l_^
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Hobson's Bakery
Phone 41
Box 734
SEASONABLE HARDWARE
*y        At Prices Never 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
Step Ladders $1 to $4.50
Hoes, Rakks, Spades etc from 50c to $1.25
Lawn Mowers   $6.50 to $10 50
"     Rakes     50c
Hose       $4.50 lo $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 GURNEYS CHANCELLOR Rarg"s.
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Bargains Worth While
25 only Boys' Suits 25 Per Cent. Off
25 only Boys' Shoes, Reg. $3.50 Values	
 Now $1.90
100 Pairs Men's Hose, blacks and tans	
 6 Pairs for $1.00
THESE    PRICES    FOR
THIS     WEEK     ONLY
McRae Mercantile Co.
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Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros.
Props.
First-Class in all
respects.
All Modern
Conveniences]
RATES, $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Rates ]
REVELSTOKE. B. C.
MISS BBRTB I'AL,MKR
Witb the "Bcjs'Kar Prince," Opera Co., One NIkIU, Tuesday, June 17
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It is always fine in the plunge at Halcyon Hot Springs.
whose natural hot medicinal waters are the most wonderful health restorer on the Continent. Our record of cures
of rheumatism and other chronic complaints is unequalled
and verified by our gratified patrons. Located among the
greatest scenery of Canada, easy of access,—the Sanitarium is luxuriously fitted and finished for comfort and
convenience of guests.
Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. BOYD, Proprietor,
Halcyon. Arrow Lakes
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JUST OPENED UP UNDER NEW  MANAGEMENT
The Kootenay Brewery
Manufacturing
ALE      PORTER      LAGER BEER
A. GOURCH. PROP.
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
<$*      GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER' PAGE FOrR
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, JUNE 14th, 1913
Pleasant
M^ • fil IE
IRONING DAY is made a pleasure if yuu use the ri^ht kind of
an iron. OUR NATIONAL 4-Pound Electric Iron costs but 4 cents
an hour to operate.   Absolutely guaranteed Price $4.00
THE HOT POINT LINE
STOVES, TOASTERS  AND  IRONS
ELECTRIC FANS
KEEP YOUR OFFICE OR HOME COOL
PLUMBINCHEATIKCJINSMITHING
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&fte fifcail-lDcralb
PUBLISHED   WEDNESDAY   AND
SATURDAY   AT
REVELSTOKE.  B.   C.
Interior ipubilsbtna Compiing,
Limited
J.  K. Johnson, Manager.
I! Ul'll  (1    BORUTON,   Kditor.
SATURDAY, JUNE llth, 1913
Some weeks ago t'he editor ol this
paper'draw attention to the chronically moribund state into wbi^h our onco
active Progress Club seemed to have
degenerated during the last six raon-
' th-'. A meeting of the elub held on
Tuesday night in the City HaU,would
appear to confirm our worst fears.
TUe meeting waa called for 8 p.m.
i 1 ut mi til 8:*-Mi the secretary and a
newspaper reporter were the only two
person- visible on the scene. About
8:45 p.m. I'he vice-president asrivcdand
ai 9:15 p.m. in th ■ absent* ol a uuor-
i in the meeting terminated without
transacting business.
Further eomraent on our part would
1 e superfluous.
R. Z. CRAWFORD, Contracting Painter
SIGN PAINTING AND ALABASTINE DECORATING
A    SPECIALTY.    SATISFACTION    GUARANTEED
SHO? IN CMftlNG'S TRANSFER BLOCK,  -   B^StoWE*
.1UJ,n»liM^Cl3J.l
/.re
you
Interested
IN
Cut glass Values
We have just received a large shipment of
finest CUT GLASS obtainable at values
hitherto unknown, and are making a
special effort to interest you. Our window will be a revelation to you. Come
and have a look. Every piece is marked
in plain figures and the prices will surprise you. It is up to you to benefit by
our good buying and we are waiting to
show you
AT
J. Cjuy £arber's
Revelstoke's pioneer Jeweler
•*-v-v**.-v%.*%. *w-v%-v% i
2STOTICE!
$50-GIVEN   AWAY   FREE   $50
TO ANY CHURCH IN THE CITY OF   kKVELSTOKK
H.   E.   HULETT,
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CONDITIONS:
1!. P.   HULBTT will | iini the  exterioi   ol   in     hurch
i   ■      [ Kevelstoke with I
• the   roof, : it 1
.;i paint or arrani ■■ for nt
■•■- ■>;.   '..:. trrangementa are
ie- t.ef'ere thai date.
STRIKE    WHILE    THE    IRON    IS    HOT
II   B. HULHTT handles other lines of w.,rk ich
ii fully guaranteed to satisfy.     All  work  'imn- promptly.
SPECIAL OFFER FOR JUNE
Special Rates will be given to any and all who elraw   up
their contracts in tbe month nl June.   All persons who
intend to build Ot repair any building inside or outside will
o well to call on
H. E. HULETT.   ■   Residence: 27 Third St.. East
Por Estimates, Hte.
Workshop in Rear - P. O. Box 349
R/iSiS.
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COMING EVENTS
June  17—Beggar Prill
■ ii<- Empress theatre,
June   23,   onn   week-  'Ihe    Frank   Rich
M'l irai     Comely ' o . at the
[iren   theatre.
June M   Thfl    "Passers By" at    the
Pmpre« theatre.
Jim ?- ' [Jncto Tom'H Oabln"
Empress theatre.
flomlng—"Royal     Players,'' at   the
Krnjirejn. theatre
Doming—" A  Man'if   U-arae," at   the
Bmprosi thoatro.
SUMMER DRYGOODS
Ladies Tweed Skirts
Ladies 1-piece Dresses
4
Ladies' Suits
Only a few Suits left to clear at
Special Prices,
in  White    Lawn,   and   Muslins.
Regular $4 and $5.     Your choice
for   $2.00
White Wash Skirts
Prices $1.75 to $2.50.
Women's Spring Hosiery
Women's   White Underwear.
Ladies'House Dresses
Re?. $4, $3, ?3-tj clear at $2.00.
Millinery!
Millinery
Spring Wash Goads
Oar stock Never Better.    Prices
marked down from  40c. and 35c.
Now 2er'c.
Millinery
We are keeping in touch with
the Eastern Market.     You can
depend upon the latest styles,
REID & YOUNG
^
AmoanU subscribed     to the publi.-
iieii 1 are as follows:
W.    A. Foote  $*Jo.OO [
W.     W.     Foster    33.00!
Brotherhood    Locomotive  Engin
eers,   [mi-ion  657   U>0.00
Hon.  'lho-:.  Taylor   25,00
H.  Howson  ,   10.00
T.    Kil.-atii' k     10.00
'G. R. Lawrence     0.00
A.  J.  McDonsll     5.0H.
C.  s.  McFarland     5.00:
A.   E.   Kin. aid       5.00
| J.  H.  Armstrong      5.OH
J. 1). Sibbald     .1.00
I.. Probyn     2.00
(".  IJ.  Hums     5.00
W.  Hews      5.00
H. MeKinnon  $ 5.00
Re . lu. of    T.     Kilpatrick ban-
!,u. t fnmi   12.65
Gibsi n          5.H3
Dorothy    Purvis      1.00
Laura Purvis     1.00
Annoymous     l.oo
N.   McLeod      5.00
\.   Il.e  -on        5.00
A. Teeurnr       5.00
Mortimer        l.OO
E. Corley      l.oo
J.  Cressman     5.00
■ I. Pappo    ■     1.00
     5.00
W    ll   :    iti         5.00
.'.   R. 1  1        5.00
.   !*    Cole       1.00
B. A.   I ::         1.00
G.   W.   Bell        2.00
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For  Quick  Sale
House, Cirnar Second ;;nJ McArthur, 50
Feet, Easy Terms   S2950
Home,   modern,   Fifth   Street,    50 Feet,
Easy Terms '... $3000
Hjuse, Corner Robson and Fourth Street,
50 Feet, Easy Terms   $2900
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
JOHN D. SIBBALD, Prbs. J. D. SIBBALD, JR., S*sc.
^S
CANADA'S BEST
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THEN A CUP OF
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bei„l, blend tea"
will refresh you with its bright, spicy
0ivor aad fragrancy. Sold in 1 lb.
lead packages
Price, 35c, 40c. and 50c. per Ib.
O. W. BELL
P. O.  Box 208 GROCER & BAKER Phono No. 23
*****
Educate your children musically.   Start with
The Edison Phonograph
An appreciation oi music is as essential as technique. The
world's masterpieces are on Ediion Records, done hythe greatest artists. You < an play them again and again, until
you have familiarized yourself and your children
with the sort of music they ought to know—classical
and popular.
Stop in at your F.dison dealer's and have him
play some Hlue Amherol Records. They will
delight the family.
r h.,m.. A. K,l.„.„. In.^ loo UUU. A». , Oi.„,,. N. J.. U. S. A.
A complata liiw of Editaa Phonof rapht and Racardt will ba fond al
JOHN  BINGHAM'S
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IN  USE 40 YEARS
GOOD THEN    BETTER NOW
Perfect Scale, Purity of 'rune, Susceptibility c.i Touch, i-i nitv (.( Finish, Workmanship nml Durability.
OUR PLAYER PIANOS
with human-like control contains all tlie
latest improvements and deviees. They
are perfect in tone, artistic in design
ami capable of Hiving life-long service.
WE INVITE COMPARISON
The very lie^l material nnd the best
skill that money can secure are employed in their construction.
(^kuw6.
McKenzie Ave..  Kevelstoke,  U.C.
Head Office and Factory, Toronto, Out.
Phone, 262
IT'S PLEASANT
TO BE SERVED
so  promptly   and  perfectly   as  you  are
at this restaurant.    And Ihe service is
only a foretaste of
THE FINE MEAL YOU WILL ENJOY
It is said that the way to a man's
heart is through his stomach, We are
sure to rea. h wnirs if you'll drop in
and try our liill of fare If perfect victuals, perfectly cooked and perfectly
served, will gain your friendship, we
are absolutely sure of yours.
WINDSOR   CAFE
A. O, Tiiiakihon Manager.
After endeavoring for two.yearB to
Irerome acquainted wllh a youn,: woman ol Milwaukee, Ma* BcbUBter,
summoned enough courage to speak
io tier last week. His first wor.l aMU
ed his afreet, BolllUftM Haw ALUs Telia
Safer two years ago a*nd he watched
and followed her daily sitice that timo
Mi-s Hnfer appeft,ed to fhe police, hut
wa« told they could do nothing until
the man addressed her. Schuster and
Miss Safer met Id ft crowded cat and
h" »ald 'hello.'' He wa» immediate!/
niTeBied and fined $25. SATURDAY, ,JUNE lith, 1913
THEZMAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGE FIVH
Free Public Telephones on Each Floor
Rest Room for the use of the Pub-
lit on the Second Floor,
■ ii ■
New House Furnishing and Carpet
Department on Second Floor.
Revelstoke's Department Store
C, £. J4ume $ Co.. £imited
Watch Our Windows for
Special Lines and Bargains During This Month
Look at Price Tickets.
Children's Rompers
In good washing Blue  Percale,  nicely  trimmed
with white, well made and good style, at
50c
Splendid   line of   Children's  Rompers  in  neat
Galatea stripes, all colors.    A  perfect washer.   At
65c
Same special lots of Fancy Rompers for dressy
wear; extra good materials and prettily trimmed.
90c
Sale of Linen for the Hospital
Linen Shower on June the 17th
A lovely showing of pure white snowy linens.
Just what is needed at the Hospital.   Make your
selections while the stock is complete.   Among these
are a lot of  Irish  hand embroidered  linens.   You
may be able to pick up something you need for your
own use at a bargain as they are all selling at   .
Half Price
Radium Hose for Ladies
Tan and Black, any size.   This well known and
well advertised hose are the most popular sellers  in
Lisle hose; some in  Gauze Lisle,   some in  heavier
40c   50c   75c
Big Collection of Remnants
* Go on  Sale Friday,   including Muslins  Prints,
Ginghams, Galateas, Sheetings,  Toweling,  etc.,  all
at Remnant Prices.
Special Hair Switches
Any color, full 3 stem wavy, natural hair switch
$3.75
Children's Coats
In  Cream,  Serge,   Cream  Bedford,   Cord    and
Colored Sicillian, for children from  6  months to   1
years.      Some clever ideas among these.    All   ac
$2.90
Women's House Dresses
Made of Print3, Ginghams and Galateas.   Some
$1.90
White Lingerie Dresses
For   Ladies'   Dinner   and   Evening   Wear.   A
lovely new linen, at from	
$12.50 to $25.00
en's  Furnishing Department
CANVAS PUMPS
FOR THE LADIES
MENS SUMMER UNDERWEAR
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
BARGAINS
The Underwear which keeps you cool in
the hottest weather.    Our lines are all
chosen with regard to wear and price
and comprise the choicest lines of many
factories.
MEN'S COMBINATIONS in short sleeves and
arms, or in full lengths.   Prices per Suit
 $1.50 to $5.00
MEN'S RIBB. BALBRIGGAN-Sizes, 32 to 48
Per Suit $1.50
MEN'S BALBRIGGAN in all sizes, per suit   $1.00
MEN'S PURE WOOL-FRENCH-Light weight
Per Suit $2.75
MEN'S   BRITISH   MAKE-Medium    weight,
Pure Wool.   Price per Suit               $2.75
MEN'S FANCY HOSE-Lisles and silks,  either in
solid colors or fancies.    You  can't equal this
snap in many moons	
35c Per Pair for Two Days
The new things for hot weather wear; neat, attractive lasts, turn soles, white covered heels; either bow
or buckled fronts;   easily cleaned with any white
polish.
BOYS'   STRAIGHT   KNICKER   PANTS-Genuine
Snaps--if you ever saw them.    All   " Lion "
Brand, and for two davs all one price
75c a Pair
White Sea Island Canvas, $2.75 per pair
White Mercerized Canvas, $3 per pair
Owr Grocery and Crockery" Department
Crosse & Blaekwells Marmalades
Orange, 4 and 7 lb. tins; Orange, 1 and 2 Ib. bottles; Lemon, 1 and 2 lb. bottles; Mandarin
1 and 2 lb. bottles.
ROBERTSON'S Golden Shred. 1 and 2.1b. Bottles;   Tangerine, 1 and 2 Ib. bottles;   Ginger,
1 and 2 lb. bottles.
NOEL'S Fig, 1 and 2 lb. bottles.
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I Specials for Friday and Saturday I
DEADMAN'S HONEY kS1^™'.650": BoUlei\40c": BoUle9'.35c-
Something Extra Choice in  Fruits
Hunt's Peaches, sliced, in Tins
Hunt's Peaches, halfs,
Hunt'B Apricots, halfs,     "
Hunt's Royal Anne Cherries, in Tins
Hunt's Pine Apple.
VINELAND Greengages. Lombard Plums.
Strawberries, Raspberries. Peaches. Pears.
Cherries.
THIS IS THE TIME FOR FLIES
We have a large stock of Wilson's Fly Pads; Tanglefoot Fly Paper in Bheeta; Two-inch
Viper Fly Catcher, 50 to a box, $1.75; Four-inch Viper Fly Catcher"; BO to a box, $2.25.
Grape Juice, (pint bottles)      25c
Greengage Plum, 0 for $1.00
Lombard Plum, 6 for S1.00
X     Three Packages Corn Starch     25c
•ml .*t*. .♦. .T   »*fr. .*fr. .♦. .*****. «T. ***K .♦. .T. .*fr. .*♦*. .•fr. .*♦*. .*K .*t\ .*T. .*fr. .+. .T. .*!*. .*fr. ■♦. .+. .*>*. .*fr. .***?■ .*fr. .***r. .*t*. .*♦*. .*fr. .*t*. .*K .
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House Furnishing Department
Reduction Sale on Carpet Squares still on. Do not wait but buy now.
VERANDAH SCREENS-Something everyone requires. They will
keep out the sun and at the same time let the air in. We have them in all
Sizes and colors.
WALL PAPER—We carry a complete stock and can please every taste.
We also handle Beds, Mattresses, Comforters, Pillows, Curtain Shades, Curtain Rods, Linoleum, Carpet Sweepers.   Goods and Prices are Right. TAGE SIX
THE   MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, JUNE 14th, 1913
watch I REVELSTOKE I crow
How to Get in Touch With the Real Estate Investment Chances
Grasp the chance that will make
your Fortune!
You will find such opportunities
by getting in touch with our Real
Estate offerings.
Let us show you some Good Buys
in Business Property, Houses, Lots,
and Acreage.
The Head offices for the contractors of the double-tracking west of
Revelstoke are located this week in
the City. The housing for the army
of men required for this work is now-
being rushed. In a few weeks everything will be in full blast, and many
men who are wise enough will be
picking up Real Estate Snaps in the
City.   WHY NOT YOU?
Offices, Opposite City lai!, Cor. McKenzie Ave. and Second St.
i
ART. JOHNSOil   Revelstoke Real Estate, Timber, Mining
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.. Ltd. GOr!™
«n.    \ t ESTABLISHLD
Importers and Wholesale Dealers. _ , ^,,.--rt^ —
ELEVATORS
Manufacturers of Aerated Waters
WINES
LIQUORS
CIGARS
Agents for Calgary Beer
WALTER WHITBY
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High Glass Decorator
Painting and Paper Hanging
KUSOMIMM'i. SIMMSG. VARMSHIM",. ET<
Residence   ■   Victoria Road
BOX    }i4
'  -
The Revelstoke Boot. Shot and Harness
Repairing Department
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
MAKERS    OF    FINE    WELT    SHOES
The style, the workmanship anrl wear
Ami comfort horn of every pair;
Of 20th Century welts that's sold
Will draw new trade, and hold the old.
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer      Draying
Handling Pianos* a Specialty
Phone 42  -   Night Phone 85
I G. BURRIDGE d SON
Plumbers and Tinsmiths
Repairs,    Hot Air and Furnaoo
work a Specialty
-WORK    SHOP
Connaught Avo.   -   Ravolitoka
The government is lo-ing no time iu
carrying out its proposal  to establish
storage elevatord  in
Weat    *    j.isist  tho farmers     in
t i .■:  :. in     th>.- fdll and
■ nt   the re   :rr-nce- of the atinu-
A:::. mncement  has be<.-n
er  two elevators
■■ .m. one at
the other at Saska-
have  a
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doop inter* i. in 'hln problem   -tv!    h
i .ih i n largely  Ihrough     bl
ihai   tbe  ,'!■■ ernment ia going       o  lu
scheme  e,n     n-b iiii '"ii'inflive lOale,
G.T.P. Ry.
TO BE
COMPLETED
To prevent a cessation of the work
on the Grand Trunk Pacific which
would have held up the completion of
tho road through io tho Pacitic for an
indefinite period tbe Government has
I in view oi the impossibiliey oi
h'- company securing money at tho
il  time io advance a 'fan of $15-
 ■   at  four  per cent,   payable'    iu
ten years.
1       ;.T I'.  haM found in face of the
'.   th;u   it  was  im -
e  money in iho Lon -
trket.      Recently an Issue was
oated  of   '--• • """ debentures. They
it a  low   figui      iml  eiglity    per
tut* left on  the hande* of ,
iderwriters.
: -iny   was face   to fa''e  with I
the situation that it   would have    to
entirely all  work on       the '
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thi
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BINGHAM'S   MUSIC   STORE
Mackenzie Axlcnuc. "Re-OcIstoKc. 8. C.
CEJUTUHY   EDITION   MUSIC
SPECIAL   SALE   OF   INSTRUCTION   BOOKS.   ffilC.
FAVORITE DUETS for Piano.
YOUNG FOLKS FAVORITE PIANO CLASSICS. Volume 1 and2
FAVORITE MASTERPIECES for Piano.
FAVORITE   GEMS   for Piano.
FAVORITE   PARLOR   SONGS.
15c  EACH.      USUAL   PRICE.   25c
CENTURY   LIBRARY
DUVERNOY CZERNY BURGMULLER
55c   EACH. USUAL   PRICE.   50c
HELLER. -35c Each.    Usual Price, $108.
CONSERVATORY    LIBRARY.
KOHLER Practical Method. CZERNY Necessity Studies.
35c EACH. USUAL PRICE. 50c
B. C. Representative lor       NeWCOHlbe   PiatlOS
8mmm*om\
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he throat anl lunge,.        II as seats.
FRUIT AND ORNAMFNTAI.
It o«k»i no SICtrtMS Irtat J   i ibcura 'en
■•■.■tt  fee,
and win, ih. t.     •   .        i    '        'ti Mwk
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ANDSCAPE GARDENING
8c   WHAT TO  PLANT"
52 PAGES, IO* (STA MPS)
ETRASER
|yALLEY
NURSERIES It?
iy RICHARD Mc-COMB,GE(llM0R
IlBOX.A.ALDERGROVE.B.C.
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o Imperial Bank of Canada
Y Hoad O-cnco-Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Subscribed            - 6,000,000.00
Capital Paid Up              -      - 6,770,00o.00
Reserve        .... 6,770,000.00
Total Assets,       -      - $72,000,000.00
Branches or Agents al all principal points In Canada.
Agents in  Great Britain ninl   United  states   London,  Knejand,
Lloyds Bank, Limited.   Oblcago   First National Hunk, Corn Exchange National Hunk. Scuttle   Seat lie National Hank.   San Francisco    Wells  FargO   Nevada   National   Hank.    .Spokane-  Kxchangi'
National Hank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of $1 and upward, received, and Interest allowed at
current rate from dale of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
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Dominion Security Co., Limited
OF  REVELSTOKE, B. C.
beg in announce that they have opened up offices at the
i e,ni'i 'il I inl Strict mi'l I f in iiutin li t Avenue lor the purpose "' handling real estate, timber, etc. It will pay you to
call and gel particulars, and wet in on taound lloor prices.
Wi- nl mi make a Specialty 'if listed property.
A. McRae,
I'resident.
T. Kilpatrick,
Sec.-Treasurer
P, O. Drawer No. 4.    Telephone No. 321. SATURDAY, JUNE Hth, 1913
THEIMAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGE  SEVEN
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Rexall Celery anJ Iron Tonic    $1.00
Rexall Nerve Tablets       50c
Rexall Hpphosphites    $1.00
Rexall Sarsaparilla    $1.00
Rexall Cod liver Extract    $1.00
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BRITISH
POLITICAL
SCANDALS
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Hay, Grain and Feed
Office :
Cumming'siTransfer Co.'y
Second Street
G. W. HALL,
Manager
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
SWIFT'S . . .
Blood and Bone
FERTILIZERS
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
ASTERS
arc going fast. If you have not
already done so, order yonr bedding
plants at once and save disappointment. We have the very best in
the Province.
REVELSTOKE
NURSERIES
W. H. PottrnfT, Prop.
PHONE 36
S. S. Revelstoke
During low water season
steamer leaves City Wharf
6 a. m. every Tuesday and
Friday for La Porte and
way ports, returning same
day.
Freight and passenger
rates made known on application.
F. Swanson
London, June 10—An entirely new
chapter in the Marconi inijuiry opened at Monday'-' pitting of tho committee wh-.-n the evidence given surpassed
: in sensation anything previously re -
j vealed. Percy Illiogsworth, chief Liberal  whip, gave evidence and stated1
First—That    Loid     Murray, of Bli-
j Lank, former chief Liberal whip,   had
I urohased      om of  the  Liberal  party
j funds  2,.550 American Marconi shares
cn April 18, 1912, and 500 more     on
May  14,  1912. j
Second—That     the first  lllingworth
bad h ard of this was on May 31, this
year, when he was told of it by Capt. ]
Mm ray. a brother of Loid Murray.      I
Third—That the chief whip for the
time being had absolute control of
'he party funds and was answerable
to no on" for them.
Fourth—That when Lord Murray
1 ad handed over the office of chief
whip to him he had also handed over
the list of securities in both of the
j Liberal parties but that the American
Marconi's referred to were not among .
tbem.
Fifth—That he believed the shares
in question had not been sold, but I
were in the hands of Lord Murray's
representative in England. Who that
representative was', he said, he dih
not know.
Mr. Salamon, trustee of the estate
ni F.nni.r th.' bankrupt stck broker,
said be believed Lord Murray was a
creditor against the estate for about
£30,000.
Tho effect oi ibe-e statements on the
'Ommittic was stunning. The affected
air of boredom which some of the
Liberal members previously exhibited
at tbe Unionist questions, gavo place
to the strictest concern.
Additional revelations are prcmisod
for Tuesday, when evidence will be
given by Capt. Murray. What every
one ll now n-king ls. "Where are the
shares'' Why were tbey not '.landed
over to lllingworth*' Why were they
not mentioned in Ihe lint of socuri -
ties?"
There uever has boon such a scandal
in tbe history of .a British political
party, it is tbe fear of what i<J remaining untold as much as thefaar of
the effect of what already has heen
told that fl causing tt panic in the Lib
trai ranks'. Then- is a movement to
stop tbe Marconi inquiry on the plea
of tbe irrelevance to the inquiry to the
terms of reference and to transfer the
discussion to the bouse, where R solid
party vote would proclaim that theito
was nothing wrong in tic traneac -
tions.
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INTHEHTGH   COURT OP  JUSTICE
PROBATE DIVORCE  AND ADMIRALTY  DIVISION.
UlVORCE.j
Phone—67
Purser
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First Principles
A kitchen range was originally thought of for
cooking purposes. The fuel was placed in the
fire pot and lighted. Drafts were turned on and
the fire burned up. Drafts were checked as soon
as the fire was well under way.
From the time the first kitchen range was
made until the Gurney Economizer was invented
a tremendous amount of heat was wasted, and
absolutely wasted. This heat should be retained
in the stove for the purpose for which it was created
—to cook with.
The Gurney range absolutely retains the heat
with the minimum amount of waste.
The Economizer enables you to produce in a
few minutes an extreme or moderate heat in thc
oven whenever and as often as you desire it. What
this means every woman knows.
You are not fair to yourself or your purse if
you do not investigate the Economizer in buying a
new range.
At the same time you will appreciate the exceptional value of the other exclusive features of the
range—the Divided Flue, the Special Grate and
the Broiler attachment.
The Gurney-Oxford is well able to speak for
itself.
Revelstoke
Hardware Oo. Ltd,
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TO:—
LEOFOLD SANDERSON late of
Revelstoke, Dritish Columbia, in tho
Dominion of Canada but whose present address  is at present unknown.
TAKE NOTICE that a Citation has
been is-ued in this Div.sion e-:ting you
to appear and answer the Petition of
Ethel Ann Sanderson of 42 Chatucld
Road, Norton Woodseats Sheffield in
the County ul York praying for a dis-
soluiion oi marriage. In default of
your so appearing, you will not bo
allowed to address the Court, and the
Court will pro'-eed to hear the said
Petition proved and pronounce sen-
tene* in respect thereto.
AND TAKE FURTHER NOTICE
tbat for the purpose aforesaid within
two months after the date of this
publication, an appcaran.-e must bo
entered at the Divmc- Registry, Somerset House.Strand. London.
ROBERT A. PRITCHARD,
Registrar.
Solicitor:   Sharpe  Pritcbard &  Co.,
of 12 New  Court, Carey  Street, Lon-
tion,  W.C.,  Agents  for Geo.   J.Simpson &  Sons  of  Sheffield.
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NO   MORE   FAT I
Simple Fat Reducing Treatment —
No more about being too lat, I can
reduce your weight without dangerous
drugs or starvation diet. Write for
particulars to Anna Sharp, Edmonds,
British Columbia.
s/i/iohm
Tht   f»mli»   rcmedr   for   Couiha  ud Coldi
I   SbUob cotu io Unit   and does   m modi I'
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
WATER    NOTICE.
For a Licen-e to Take and Use Water
Notice is hereby given that The
Canadian Pacific Railway Company of
Montreal and Vancouver, will apply
for a license to take and usa two
cubic feet per second of water out of
a stream three-quarters of n m'^e west
of Revelstoke station, which flows in
a southerly dire tion through and
within a portion of RevelBtoke Town-
site, and empties into Columbia river
near Revelstoko. The water will be
diverted at a point om-tjuarter inUa
from C.P.R. main line and will be
usod for Industrial purposes on the
land described as Canadian Pacific
Railway Company's station grounds
at Revelstoke.
This no*ice was popte.i on tbe
ground r.n the 21st day cf May, 1913.
Tho application will te filed in the
office of ih" Water Recorder at Revel-
stoke.
Objections may be filed with the said
Water Recorder or with the Comptrol
lrr of Water Rights, Parliament Build
ings, Victoria, B.C.
Cana ban T'a'ilic Railway Company
Applicant. Ry E. W. Ilateman,
Agent, Vancouver, B.O.
NOTICE.
ReveNtoke Lan.l District.
Distrii t of West Kootenay.
Take notice that Claude Wataon
Cameron of Nakusp. h.i'., occupation
Truit Rancher, intends to apply for
permission to purchase tbe following
dc-crib'd lands.
Commencing at a po^t planted at
North Bart Corner of Timber limit
Number .">378, thence «onth W chains,
thrn.-e ca«t 4fi ehains, thence follow -
1ng tt*p meandering of the lake to place
of commencement, containing one hns*
Id red acr<« more or less.
Dated June 2od, 1913.
CLAUDE WATBON OAMBROM
1st issue Jane 7, CO*. PAGE EIGHT
THE   MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, JUNE 14th, 1913
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LOCAL and (.[NERAL
Watson  of  Calgary, is ir.
the
P.C
city.
E. Haddin of Olds, Alta., is a busi-
«. sr- visitor here today.
Mr. and Mi-'- J.W. Smith of Ood-
rich, (.int., are in town.
J.E. Bland of Arrowhead, is in town
n guest at tho King Edward.
The band will turn-lift music at the
fcospi'.al Tuesday evening next.
J.P.. Gogosn oi Edmonton., is paying our city a visit this week-end.
W-H. Hartling of Calgary, was an
arrival from the east   yesterday.
Walter L. Gallalrs of Comaplix, is
B .      ;,.,,  visitor  in  town this  week.
A.H. McDougall oi Toronto, and B.
L. Coleman .* Kenai lar, Bask., ase
in town. j
Mrs'. Hairy Godard will receive ou
Wednesday the 18th Inst, and not again this season.
j. Johnson oi Winnipeg, and J. 0.
Ma Kell ol Pittsburg, are visiting in
town this week.
J.D. Sibbald, sr., paid Calgary a
business visit this week. He is expect
ea home today.
F. Treadgold of Kelowna, was noticed cn the streets yesterday. He is
cn business bent.
G. M. MaU-y ot" Vancouver, is here
this week-end. He can iie found at
the  Wing Edward.
Mrrf.Trueman of Rogers Pass, has
been, visiting her sister, Mrs. Haug on
sixth street this week.
Refrcshmancts  will be served at the ■
opening of the new hospital    Tuesday
next tho 17th, come and bring friends
You and friends aro cordially invited to visit the opening of the Hospital Tuosday next, afternoon and even-
irg, June 17th.
Committees have boon appointed to
show you and friends through the new
hospital Tuesday next either aJter -
noon or evening.
Mr. D. H. Scott of Vancouver, arrived Wednesday to tako tho place
vacated by Mr. Cox as book-keeper
for the Swift Co
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Mrs. A.J. Blackall of Vancouver,
lho guest  of Mrs'.  Frank Allan for
Coursier's Clean Smokeless Coal is
tbe  kind for  cooking.
So that everyone may visit the hospital the date has been changed from
Wednesday the 18th to tho Hth.
GALT COAL is handled exclusively
in Rovelstoke by the Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
lithe boya 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.
(Continued from Page One.)
a     Houde, on Fifty Foot Corner,  Sec-
few weeks, enjoying tho benefits of our: ond  street,   wost,  near  Court  House.
fine mountain air on  hor health.
Tin' Women's Press Club an ived
here monday morning en route west,
and some of them including Mrs. McGill and Mrs. McKay, will remain
here as the guests of the Woman's Canadian Club.
A cordial invitation is extended by
tho Ladies Hospital Guild to thc citizens of the town to attend the opening reception of the new Queen Vic-
t
Erected iu Nineteen Twelvo, five rooms
bath and pantry, electric heated mod
i in plumbing, open firo place. We
have a special price on this quick sale
J, 13. Watson Realty Co., next Star
Theatre.
Tho Ladies' Auxiliary and, the Girl's
Guild aro making preparations for tho
entertainment of all those 'interested
in our new Hospital. You are asked
to como and bring friends either af -
ternoon or evening and li^ snown thru
thebuilding,
Tho treat of the season. Beggar
Prince Opera Co., Empress theatre on
June 17th, 31, 75c, and 50c.
Do you want an income investment
or desirable residence property— Consult H. N. Coursier.
You make no mistake by coming in
to the Moose now. The charter is open, and the rates are low. Y'ou can't
beat it for a good, s'ound order.
Now then boys wo have come again
and still are singing the old refiain—
"The    Chair's     are Waiting still for
j You," drop in and   see   what     Joe
' .an do at the Ideal Pool Room.
SOCIAL and PERSONAL
the salaries of tho high functionaries
of the court, the "chaiges and grand
charges and vice grand charges,1' salaries about equal to those of army officers of corresponding rank. The' Kamloops.
Kaiser also pays out about £10,000 in
private pensions, and he pays enormous subsidies to the four royal
theatres, whioh, in consequence of
the numerous restraints' put upon
them,  constantly requite  assistance.
King Alfonso spends money freely
for the entertainment of his friends
and takes huge parties with him on
his hunting trips, of which he is immensely fond. On one su.h trip to
the Pitos 'di Europe, thirty tents and
a grand pavilion splendidly decorated
and furnished for tho outing was carried. Tho expedition was in search
of the chamois, anh twenty-three of
those animals were killed. The cost of
this modest three days' excursion was
£6000.
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It only costs you a Five Dollar Dill
for  Initiation Fee to become  a  good
oria hospital on    Tuesday afternoon This    Five     Dollar
ASTERS ure going fast, if you have
LoyalMooseT   This is forTshort Ume ' not already done 30 order y°ur bodd'
only, so make hay while tho sun shines ' inS |,lant at mce and save dl*aPP°int
: ment.   We have the very best in  the
Are you a Moose? If not, why not?   piovinee.   The    Revelstoke    Nurseries,
Mrs. W.A. Foote entertained at dinner last evening for Mrs.  Knapp     of
Mrs. H.H. MeVity is leaving a week
from tomorrow on a vis'it oi two months with her mother in Toronto.
Miss Viola Crowe will act as organist in St. John's church during Miss
Lawson's absence through illness.
Miss' Ina Brown and Mis3 Ruth
Brown are away to the coast on a
holiday during the mouth of June,
slopping at Vancouver a week on the
way.
Rov. W.C. Calder will conduct both
services in St. John's church tomorrow at 11 a.m. and 7.1)0 p.m. A cordial invitation is extended to all to
attend.
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SALES and WAMS
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Mrs. Haug invited over a do.'.eu ladies for Friday afternoon to meet Mrs.
Trueman and Mrs. Uliso ofVatnouver,
'a sister of Mrs. Jenkins of Third St.
A pleasant hour or two was enjoyed
and Mrs. Haug served a delicious toa
and  evening.   Donations of linen
any form  will be very acceptable.
at
DECORATION DAY
G.F. Morrison oi Winnipeg, came in
I . ihe east on Wednesday. He is
at the King Edward.
O.B. Livingstone of Vancouvei 'anl
A. :'.. Hudson e.i Calgary,are in town
gu  its at the- King Edward.
Weather permitting the cricket match of the Forest Mills vs. Homo team
will be played ibis afternoon.
B W. Fasyth of Vancouver, and J.E.
Borgstrum are among the mam visit
ors irom tb ■    oasl   this week
A.D. McDonell and CB. Simpson,
t. ith ui Nelson, arrived on the south
tiain  the middle of  tliis week.
Mrs. 1..W. Wood entertained n few
friends to dinner on WednesdaJ even-
ing, as a fare&ell in honor of Mr. T.
D. Brown.
The annual junior Matriculation cx-
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Remember, it raises to Twenty-five as
Boon as the charter closes.
Initiation Feo is   'Phone 56, W. H. Pottrufl, Prop.
The Odd Fellows will meet
at the Upper Selkirk Hail on
Sunday evening, Juu.' 15th at
ii p.m. sharp, for the purpose
of visitin,- the graves of de-
parted brothers. All members
are requested to attend, visit
ing brothers cordial invited.
A. G. DUCK,
Mem. Doc Com
Tho Beggar Prince    is a real  comic
opera in three acts.   Seats now sell -
ing ate Mae'donald's drug store, £1.00,   admission 50c
75c, and 50c—Empress theatre. | Now on Sale.
The Beggar Prince, Uth season of
BUccesS. The society event of tho sea-
ston. Be sure and remember th; date
Tuesday, June 17th, Empress theatre.
Reserve 3eats £1.00, 75c. and general
Seats at Macdonald's
IOc. line   ::   Minimum 25c
FOR SALE—Household Effects. Apply No. 47, Second Street, Ettst.
WANTED—Girl for dining room and
all round hotol work. Wages $30.00
per month.—Mrs. A. Boileau, Lardeau  Hotel,  Comaplix. lm.
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PRESENTED
J     Pointed Paragraphs of Provincial Interest
WANTED—Person seeks situation,
good cook and needlewoman, or
would undertaken daily work. Apply 81, Third street, City.
FOR SALE—Two Houses and Lots on
Third street, west, also Four Sub -
urban Lots', size 50x110. Apply to
A. W. Connolly, Revelstoke, B.C.
Mr.  and Mrs
loops, arrived
The Calgary Brewing Company, al-
way generous where manly sports are
concerned, have kinelly donated B silver trophy to be competed ior by the
B.C. Interior Baseball League, and
I.eld yearly by the elub highest in the
percentage column. The announcement
;;;on of McGill University,   will  of this magnificent award i    ontained
i     :. Id al   St.  Peter s rectory,
121     to June ISth.
Juue
L.P. Foster of Pullman, Wash., and
H.A. McMillan of Nelson, arrived in
th- ty i'i om the south on Wednesday.
Thej are  guesi   at  the  King  Edward.
Mr. P.. Hodson and bride arrived in
■ daj   evening, an J     are
thi      home oi Mrs.  J. C.
b,   Boyle  avenue,   mother ofthe
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William Ma
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in  the  following  leu,
lary of the League:
Vernon,  B.C., .June  1st,
Me. Sc retary B.C.  Interior
Uase'bail League, Revelstoke,
I'e-a1   Sir,   I  i.eg to advise •
■  n I     (forts  ni  Mr.   M
of tins city, thi
ol Calgary, e I .,.
ally tine. Silver trophy hi hi
be .-i\en  to the winner-  o
Interior  Baseball  if agui
stand that
trophy to be  won by   the
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at  the Me*!. gui    o   Mr    M..T
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Members ofa party of English au - John Johnson has arrived in Regina
lomoblle engineers who are attending and created considerable sensation for'
the Detroit  Sault  Ste Marie meeting, he stands six feet eight and     one-hall'
held at Detroit put tbeic boots outside inches, weighs 2H0 pounds, and U only j
their doors in the Hotol Poncharti'ain twenty-one    years of age.      He is no
according t.i the English custom,when relation oi Jack Johnson of pugilistic
tired  on  the first  night. They fame,  but  is rather a   pleasing     lad
did not Bnd them when they woke next fiesh from tho Emerald Isle,  where he
morning.   What  bas become of   them farmed a plot of ground with his iath j
is a mystery.   The victims were angry er and  brothers.   It is understood    he!
ormed.   Tbo hotel managers aro has applied foi a position on the po-
doing their best  to   ilnd the shoes,    j lice force.
Hon. Duncan Marshall returned    to1 Ships of all nations will be sailing j
Edmonton  on  Friday from  tho south through tlie Panama canal long before
ravelled more than tue question of toils is settled,  0r
luring  th-* last  week   look
FOR SALE-One Bell Tent, 10ft. f.in.;
One Wall Tent, 9Jx 12ft. Never used. Fobs end Pegs complete. For
particulars apply to T.C. Rea.     'Jt.
TANNING—Calgary Tannery Co., Ltd
East Calgary, we tan and dress furs
and hides of every description. Work
guaranteed or money refunded. We
tan leather. Up-to-date machinery.
Top prices paid for hides. Freight
paid. Booklet nnd prices on appli -
cation. 1 iss.  May  14 lm.
rop situation.   He has
drives  through tbe .oun -
try   visiting  important farming    dis-
S0  ..rmg tbe demonsira
•The crops are     coming
and there   u no
anywhere," said Mr.
Th     pring wheat ;-   ona -
> le and wilt to all
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i ot the ne'w House will likely appeal
the clause granting exemption to
United State- coastwise shipping. Tbe
matter may be settled diplomatically
or it may be settled by the House of
Representatives and the Senate get-
I n_- togeth r and deciding t0 appeal1 -
the clause in the act which provider OPENING
for exemption. but either settlement
will talc-a long time. Diplomacy is
:: ■ • s.n . a slow and cautious method
Mid the best informed men about the
capital seem to think the difference of
Inion between the Senate and tho
annot  be settled without       a
FOR SALE—A boarding houso as a
going concern at Rogers Pass. Thero
aro about 25 rooms. It is thoroughly equipped, kitchen ranges in basement nnd upstairs. Here is an excellent opening for a live man. For
further particulars apply to tbe premises or to Uox 734, Revelstoke, oi
to the Dominion Securities Ltd., at
Revelstoke, B. C.
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..-  h. '    '•• • '■    :'-* p. mien -      A  Bo.-iety  organi/ed  for the purpose
a a-       on-   of waging war on British rule in India
Mann    white   |)uS   been   discovered  with   widespread
ice    wa-  pronounced   ramification-     Acting  on   information
,n a!*-- ; ta, which resulted iu     a
rh" of the  bouse of bisown, son by
ist rate  of      Midapur ,
in   Bengal,  the poliee on Friday arrested
.FOR A LIVE MAN
REVELSTOKE.
Northwestern Factory distributors
offer agency for the following well-
known cars:—MARION, $1595 to 81850
AMERICAN, $1550 to $2750. DORRlS
TRUCK, $2100 to 82500. Wo are in
a position to make n special proposition. Aro you the Man ': If so. ad -
dress M. A. Miller, C04 E. Pike street
Seattle, Wash.     ...     1st iss. M31 lOt
PRESENTATI3M TO
1. McKiHKEV
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Ken .e avenue is Thn
\    tr. will ]»■ cement and will cost $10-
•       The ground floor
i.  ■    I 'cry emporium,  on.' of thn best
ia *.bv  interior.
.- ■   the fa-t of th   hospital op-
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words presented Bro
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l.ng     oase.   Mr     McKk>n<     .
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HI not receive on that tak8° "orapletely by surpri a managed
;•'•■ ou Ij announced, but will
receive on Saturday, Jun.' 21 and not
erain until 0 tober. Mr- Hyatt will
receh    with Mrs. coursier.
to empress iii   appreciation ol
and his   I r   leaving   his   brother
Fore tei  .    Anothei      hour   wa
■•'e'-ially.   Mi,   McKinney playln-
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table,
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ol t.he * taken  i
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forty ' I- ol good family on
icy  to carry out
lolesale   ma   a r >,     Doe-uments
. .ie :  en  the house     con-
orrupting     th»
n   the   military
wholesale massacres
irder as al  pros
names of the
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EXECUTORS SALE
The Executors of the Will of the
lato Charles H. Davis, late of Arrowhead, deceased, offer for sale hy tender :j2.72 acres of land situate on the
blast bank 0f the Columbia River,
about four miles north of Arrowhead.
The property is partially cleared.
There arc about 100 fruit trees and
small fruits. Th Te is a framo dwelling 12x27, chicken house, tool house,
etc. There Is ample water supply for
all purposes. The land lies on both j
siles of lhe Arrow Lake branch and
is eonnected by wagon road with Ar-
lowhead.
Offers should lie submitted in writ -
ing to the undersigned before the 15th
. Geo. Knapp of Kam-
iu town the lirst of tho
week for the Howson-Maxon Wedding.
Mr. Knapp returned Wednesday, but
Mrs. Knapp is renewing acquaintances
wiih many old friends here for a couple
of weeks. She is tho guesM of Mrs. R.
Howson.
ln the Methodist chur.-h tomorrow
morning Uev. Lashley Hall will preach
on "Enthusiasm for Christ.'' His
theme in the evening will be "The
Church and Publicity." Mr. HaU is
specializing on the Wednesday evening
1 rayer meetings dealing with Oriental wedding customs, at his next service.
Mr. W.J.W. Drawn, for many years
a very popular citizen of Revelstoke,
has resigned his position with the
Lawrence Haldwai-e Co., and loaves
on Monday or Tuesday to reside at
the coast. There is no young man in
the city who will be more missed than
"Billy" Drown, from trade circles,
musical affairs and especially from the
Amateur Dramatic Club where he has
always been a great favorite.
A dancing class of 20 juniors, some
of tbem very junior indeed, are all
making wonderful progress In learning
the modem dances under Mrs. H. H.
McVity's excellent tutoring, and at
the same time enjoying themselves im
.nensely at their Friday evening hops.
Mrs. W.M. Lawrence lent her drawing
loom to ihe little folks last week, and
Mrs. Bonnie last evening. They will
meet for the last ono at Mrs. Holten's
next Friday evening.
Rev. Mr. Huntley of Penticton has
been tilling the Baptist church with
most interesting congregations for
several weeks past and it is now learn
ed with regret that bc has decided to
return to Penticton. Mr. and Mrs.
Huntley have been missionaries for over twenty years iu China and Mrs.
Huntley's health has beeu seriously injured by her labors thore.
Mrs. W.A. Morris entertained to a
delightful bridge party on Wednes
day evening, whon six tables wero
made up and played till nearly mid •
night. Mrs. H.J. Dews won high and
icceivod a lovely silver deposit vase.
Mrs. Wickens and Mrs. Lewis, guests
of tbe evening, woro presented with
pretty pieces of cut glass as souvenirs
of tbe occasion. Miss Pearl Robinson
Miss Maude Hyatt and Miss Sadie
Footo assisted Mrs. Morris in i-crviiig
voey  dainty  refreshments.
Peter Peterson of Yinii, now a guest
n*. the Central hotel, says he has invent*'! n world boater. It is in the
lorm of a gobl saving machine for operation on placer min's. Acording to l.u •
Mr. Peterson this machine will    navo  John on and M«
eautfful selection . ssid   <>ngH     were  .;,,,. pBi*
iluiing    the        Hire    .   "'
ing by Brotftei    Morgan ami  Hell.
The Ocange Lod Men Mr. Mc
Kinney i »or«hi|.fiil marftOT, also
nude a presentation •., Mr MoKioney
'* li   Hume, .Mr. A.
Ill    Aim itrong and
'.iied.  Thoy
oi :   A ' Th'   i'n
' aptain Bcott,"   and
1 ell     ,1.1 |C."  TllV
iken     iy ] [erbei I     0,
i anting, -aIh, accompanied Oapt Scott
iws  , great part of   the
' • 'h  Ioi   tbepOle,    wliinh
:,    but from which   oarney
'     Bed    Throe   reniRik
.-iM- film ■ show Cap*! • ii   ' "       ve
Tei ra No sr wuy
BeM.   'be   ohool    «/f
Killer"whales ousting leal     the '••<•
; oration '.' an Iceberg; tbe eruption ol
nrHhln the te   lh" volcano Krebus and the tenting „'
$9; per ..-nt. of gold. Ir makes no a tow Others called at Ml Mr Kinney's
Bi.*!-* nee how much blacksand or rus- home at 7::w last sveoii^ and after
tybold exists it will save the    gold, a few remarks of appreciation preeenl
Tt1r>  • ade at      moderate cost.     This  ed  lilm with a purse ol gold.    Mr.  M.-
Bew   nventlon may prove a boon    to Kinney replied in a lew words of sarn   ivhen the iniiiiuk nnd tin- lender A'n»
jla   r miners in the west. Jest thanks. |kn w»|  ,,„n,i f,„  |.,„i   BarrOW,
Dandling
,.,l i,, theli prepan tion foi lothmg
members ol tbe sipedition,
. bleb ' now BtMfl • .nt here believe
resulti unobtainable from the employ
meal of Buropeaon srfl be bad.   The
rn-*.   for   lb-   uoitb     will   »tait      from
Some    |.'"bub ly fl   He' end "f July
.1. i Ins Immediate
panions  on   lbe   Ice   holds   where
tho
Harvey,  MeCarter and  Pinkham,
Solicitors for the Eie<utors
Isl  iss. M.31  4t.
i IIV  OF  RKVBLSTOKE POUND
NOTICE.
ini.- Black Heifer now in Oity Pound
Owner apply to Keeper, City Pound,
lb volstoke, B.O.
FARMERS'  INSTITUTE
The' rogulai monthly meeting ofthe
Farmers' Institute  will bo held in'the
V M.c A.  Saturday evening, at - p.m.
mei  nrr  'unk   lo  l" below  sarO. There      Mr. H. .McKinney leaves for Vancou
,   also e.hown  a. game ol football play-1 *»»r tomorrow morning, but Mrs. Mc-
,el on ibe iro nnd pietuves of e«als and   Kinney  will be here till   July 1st. Mr.
irf-ngiiinM     „t   play,   li     le announced I   ied   Mrs.   Walter Bo*-d*n of the C.P. jdays, Thursdays and Saturdays com
that the prooeedl dorlv«vl from  Uie ex   R  engineering staff have  taken   their | menclng at 7 p.m
Mr. W.S. Cameron, formerly of this
city, is just back to Calgary from
Winnipeg with the First Aid t0 tbo In
I .Hired   team, who  have   captured     the
shield ihis year fiom  Mam to u.   Last
I year it was won by Manitoba from
iiin* Revelsloke boys, who were champions of U.C. Tbo Calgary team are
this yeat lhc cup-winners for Allicrta.
In, about a month tbey will leave for
Otltawa, there to meet tho eastern win
ners and decide the championship ol
(anada. Mr. W. S. Cameron is tho
enly medalist on the western winning
team ior two years in succession.
'Ihese trips and accompanying holidays are given free to the men by tha
C.P.R. company.
The opening meeting for the season
of St. John's Tennis Club was held
last Tuesday evening when a crowd of
the Y.P. Society gathered at the manse grounds early in the evening. After
enjoying the game until dark an adjournment was made to the church
classroom and a business meeting held
when B constitution was adopted and
the following oilicers elected:—Presi
dent, Mr. Cowan; vico-preeddent, Miss
Ruth Brown; suc-trtes., Mr. Ralph
(hisholm. Seh'-duied evenings foi
play,   weather  permitting,   are  Tues ■
Business ended re-
btb*ittOB  wlll go  Wlln the  fund   lor  the
iK-nellt of tba  wldow« nnd  orphan? of
i iln- men who  |M?ri«rtiod.
house, furnished, for six month? with
rn option of buying at the end of that
time.
freshments were served, and the young
people parted after a very pleasant evening.

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