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** Empire" Tyij«wpiter
For ease of operation and
perfection in results it ia
unsurpassed.    Price $601
Interior Publismng Co., Agls.
The Mail-Hepald
Vol. 18 -No. 29
REVELSTOKE. B. C. APlilL 13 1912
$2.50 Per Year
Malleable    50c
Steel     75c
The Very Best $1.00
1 -it? ami Short   Handle
.    85c
If you want a nice, smooth Lawn,    one 'i
will be proud to show,  ROLL IT.    We have        -o
sizes, at $18, $22.50, j25
Ciarden Barrows, removable sides $4.50 and $5.00
Plain Stave Barrows $4 and $4.25
Long and short handles
Garden Trowels     15c
Garden Hooks     20c
Cultivators, Seeders
Combination Drill and
Single Wheel Hoes
Horse Hoes and Cultivators
From 75c. to $7.00
Lime and Sulphur,   half
gallon, 1 gallon and five
g-illon cans.
10 ft. long   $1.50 to 14.50
Short handled, all steel
all the best makes
In  1  lb.  tins  as   recommended  by  the  government.
Agents for "DE LAVAL" Cream Separators
Steam Fitting
W. W. Foster and Engineer J. P. Forde Coming on
Tour of Investigation-Road, if Completed, Will
Be a Scenic Wonder of the Continent
Victoria, April 12—W. W. Foster,
Deputy MittlBt-er ot I'ublic Works,
will leave tomorrow lor Revelstoke,
when- lie will be jolue-d by .1. 1'.
Forde, resident eugiueer ol tbe tic -
purttuent, wbo will accompany him
ou a trip through the interior.
Mr. Foster goes to tbe upper country to muke arrangements lor tbe
season's work there and it is likely
while on this trip he will take steps
towards bavitig a sturt made on the
construction ot tbe Uaud-Windermere
motor road. Messrs. Foster aud
Forde made a trip over thc route
ol the proposed road lust summer,
and since then the Deputy Minister
bus taken a very keen interest iu the
project, which he believes will be of
immense udvautage to B.C. by attracting a very desirable class ol
tourists to thc country. At is ul -
ready known, the road, after leaving
Bunli will follow up the Dow river to
Castle Mountain and then, crossing
the Dow, will reach the head of Vermillion river through the Vermillion
Pass in the main range of tbc Rock
ies.   It will  then  follow down     the
I Vermillion to  the     Kootenay   river, •
which will be     paralleled .tu u point
opposite the Sinclair Pbbb.    Leaving '
tbe  Kooteuay there thc Sinclair Puss
will bc crossed and the dosccnt made j
to the Columbia river via the lum -
I ous Sinclair Canyon and hot springs. I
The northern route call then bc taken down the Columbia to Golden or .
tbe  southern  route  followed  to Win- '
ileniicre nml thence to Cranbrook and
the Crow's Nest Pass. |
i Maximum grndes of flve per ceut.
lune lieen obtained on the location,
ami ns tbe road passes through some
of the most magnificent scenery in
the Rocky moun tains, past peaks of
surpassing grandeur, glaciers, waterfall i and other scenic attractions,
while large and small game and hundreds of varieties of wild dowers abound, and iu the main rivers and
stri-ams is to be found magnilicent
Ashing, it can readily be seen that
the rond, when finished will lv cne
of the noted attractions on the con-
tinrnt and tbe province will profit
Death of Miss Eaton
and   tbe  heartfelt  sympathy  of     all
is extended to the sorrowing Inmily
After a very     short   ifluess,    Miss ' in     their     bereavement. A very sad
Uthel  Haton,  for two years a teach-' feature of this     death     is that Miss
er in the primary grade of thc public   Baton was engaged to he married to
schools here.  Bticcembed to a    severe
Imperial Bank of Canada <j>
Hoad Office   Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Subscribed
Capital Paid Up
Total Assets,
Branched or Agents at all pri nei
'int* in Oanada.
Mr. C. R. Clay of this city, and was
shortly expecting to visit her eld
home in the east, as a bride.
B. C. Poultry Association Meets
nruioan tir akvui-b mm mu ynttn.tiir.t   -..ium ... ^™,.w««. -r
Agent* In Great Britain and United States—London, England, f\
Lloyds Bank, Limited.    Chicago-First  Ni'ional Bank, Corn Ex- ▼
change National Bank.   Seattle—Seattle N >     •• •' Bank.  San Fran- »
Cisco—Welle Fargo Nevada National Baua.    Spjkane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of tl and upward, received, and Interest allowed at
ourrant rate from data of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Reveletoke Branoh—A. B. MoCleneghan, Mgr.
Fashionable Millinery
Latest Shapes and Styles
Mrs. A, G, Crick, • First Street
attack ol pueumoniu. The deceased
had ueen in apparently good health
up to within a day or two of her
death. She waB removed to the hospital  on  Tuesday  morning  and died
on Wedncshay night     ApriUOth,     in Mr   v   w   hAin       ,   .neil from Vic
spite of all  that could be done     to' ,„  ,      ,        , .,,          ,  ,
"                              . , toria on Wednesday of this week hav-
eheck the fast developing disease. ——
The funeral  took place from     the \'m« bcc" in "***"«'""* ■* « noting
home of Mr. aud Mrs. E. M. Clay, ol the Executive Committee of the
and   was   largely   attended.   The  tea-! B.  C. Poultry  Association.       He re-
chers ol  both schools and thc pupils ports a heavy  docket of business dis-
marched  in a  body  to the station to pos?d of keeping  tbc committee busy
honor  their   beloved  co-worker     and from 'J:*!0  to 7 P.m.     The     winding
teacher. The   large  number of  flowers up ol business arising out ol the late
and  tbc  kin.l  expressions  ol sympa - Provincial  show  at  Vancouver,   took
thy showed the loved esteem in which up the greater part ol the time. Kv-
Miss Eaton had beeu beld.     The scr- ery  person   who  thought  he  b id      a
vice at the  house was conducted    by grievance  hnd  a  communication      up
Kev.      E.   J.   Chave,    pastor of    tho for  consideration.   In  order    to    get
Baptist church, assisted hy Rev. R.J. the machinery in  working order    for
Mclntyre and Rev.  Vi.  J.  Stevenson, 'the  Winter  show to  bc  held  in  Vlc-
Thc pall  bearers     were Mr.     Paul toria,  January  20  to 24th,  IVl'i, thc
Samson,  E.  Cameron,  B.  Buck,  CR. appointment  ol  Show   Secretary  aud
Macdonald,  K.  G.  McRae aud W.  E. Show  superintendent  was  made.  Mr.
Dickey,   Among  the  mauy   handsome H.  D.  Reid of Victoria was i.j point-
Iloral  oflcriugs,   were  wreaths     from ed show Becretary, whilst Mr.    J. J.
the  Baptist  church,      W.C.T.U.,      ol Devine   of   Revelstoke   was   appointed
which  organization deccuscd    was    a show superintendent.     Both of these
prominent member,     Bund ol   Hope, gentlemen     have shown their a.iility
school  trustees,  school  teachers, the to perform the duties which arc cn-
yoting people of the Methodist church tailed in  the  respective appointments
Mr.  und      Mrs.   K.  McRae,  E.  Ming, That     Revelstoko should  bc honored
and flowers from Young Ladies' Hob with un appointment of this nature,
pitul Auxiliary, Mrs. Paget aud lum
Transact Business Annually
Select this City as Most Centra
and Suitable Point in the
Wednesday and Thursday >! thii
week Revelstoke has been the srene
ol much activity iu tho staliouaiy
line. Owing to tbo central loC ition
of this city the Eustcrn wholesale
stationers have for years nt this
time of tbe year selected Itevelstoke
as a suitable and the host point (or
tbeni to meet thoir retail patrons —
consequently numerous retail stut -
loners from practically all tbe in
terior towns have been here tbe middle ol this week, looking over the
Immense stocks of tho representatives
of  thc  Eastern  wholesalers.
Among the retail stationers who
were visitors to Revelstoko ou thiB
occasion was Mr. J.B. Clifle, a well
known Kamloops stationer who along with othors selected his Christ
mas stock.
By adopting this method of meeting thoir retail customers, thc crafty
wholesalers need not open their cumbersome baggage again until tbey
reach thc coast. Thc work of selecting Xmas stocks of the retail merchants at Revelstoke occupied two
lull days.
This iucideut is a practical
dt'inonstration to Bhow what exceptional advantages Revelstoke Ii.-ih
as a central point. From Nelson and
other Crow points, ns well as Kamloops, Vernou and Eastern B. C.
points, retail traders each year in
the month ol April by pre-arrange -
ment meet the representatives of
large (Eastern wholesale stationers,
at Hevelstoke and select their stock
of goods for the coming yenr — and
so tbis city is the recogniaod com -
mercial hub for this class of busi -
ness men.
Small Blaze
On Wednesday evening lust, a lire
wbich at oue time tbrcatened to assume serious proportions, broke out
in the Cummings residence on Fourth
street, at 11:80 p.m. A passer hy
noticed flames issuing from the kitchen at thc back of tbe house, and
at once turned in an alarm from the
tire signal box situated disectly opposite the house on the same street.
The brigade made a very prompt
turnout, and were on tbe job n little
over the bare three minutes after the
alarm was sounded. The fire was
lound to have originated in the kitchen from an overheated stove, and
tbc flames had a good start, the
kitchen being a roaring furnace when
the hose were got to work. Thanks
to the prompt turn out and some
clover work by the brigade, thc
flames were kept confined to the
scene of the outbreak and the main
building was very little damaged. In
half an hour tbe lire was well under
control, damage estimated at 1600
was done.
ily, Agnes and Luddic Cressmun, Ev-
rell.-cts credit     upon the local show. '
A number ol amendment! to the con-
rial Association have been suggested
I by tbc aflliliated local ussociatiotiH,
and a Ciimmittce  wai-  appointed     to
crett McCleneghan,  tilen  Lilley,  Miss  stittttion and  by-laws ol the  I'lovin-
Jeiiu   Thomas,   Oodfricd   and   Almonc
Carlson, aud many others.
Thc body was taken east to her
home in Oruwith Center, N.S., whore compile these amendments and pre -
the father, two slater* and three bro pure n draft form of an amended con
t Intra  arc  living.   It  was  accompam-' stittttion to lie submitted to a gonci-
al m-Mting Of the H. O. Poultry As -
be held in Vancouver
Vancouver    Agricultural
will refresh >oti with its bright, IpiC)
llavor ntul frngrniuy. Bold in 1 lh.
li'Btl packages.
Price, 35c, 40c. and 50c. per Ib.
P. O. BOX 90S     GROCER & BAKER     Phono No. 23
ed by  Miss  Anuie  Euton,  sister     ol
deceased and  also a toucher    in    the soriation  t
schools      here,    Mr.    Judson   Euton, during the
brother ol thc deceused uud Mr. ChuB dhOW in  August.
Sheet Music and all kinds of
Small o-Wusical Goods
Call and Inspect
Music Store, McKenzie Ive,
Clay.   The  deepest   sympathy  ol    uli
who knew her i- extended to the uor-
Thc  numlier  ol  aflliliated   Assoiia -
UoiiH  has  IncreaHod  ho  rapidly    that
rowing ones who make tbc journey, it bus been lound tbat the provisions
und to the ones who wait lu thc made lot all association with eight
homo by tho sen. lafliilialed   associations   ale   lnadi><|u -
The late Miss Ethel M. Euton, was "tc <"t a parent association with ov-
horn iu Urunvillo Center, Auuupoli*, er thirty ulrHllutlons.
County, Nova Bcotia, her pareuts' A viBlt to the pons containing the
having been for many years respect, egg-laying contestants showed lhe
ed citizens of thc Eastern province. ''I*"1" to be generally 111 good conilt-
After graduating Miss Eaton was en- ion und all laying satisfactorily,
gaged as u teacher ut various East- Home lew ol the birds bad been fea -
ern si-hools, and about two years ago ■*■*•' picking hut (he [superintendent
accepted a position in the public in cuargc stated there was no ap -
school here, making her home with prcciahle decrease ln the number of
Mr. ami Mrs. E. M. Clay of this °KK8 'r<»n the pens whore this habit
city. On Thursday evening, April 4, ha<l hcen formed. Treatment was
deceased  attended  the Band of  Hope   ,H!inK trlci1 l" remedy I ic evil.
of   which   organization  she   wus  sup-1 	
iiiiiteiidetit. but" wus compelled to | M. J. IHughum of tbe Uevelstoko
IMN lbe meeting und return home I MiibIc Htore, the well known piano
on account ol riokOCM. At lirst the'expert, lms jusi returned from Ver-
illncss was not regarded seriously, | non where he went on a special Job
being trented as an ordinary cold hut to repair and renovate u plauo dum-
Mlra Baton liecame steadily worse, (aged in thc recent tbentro lire at Bn
Ui- lollowing Tuesday morniug sho derby. This piano bad been given up
wa* ordered riilu the hospital, acute ; as a hopeless wreck, but Mr. Hlng-
pneutDOttla net In nnd she never ral- ham succeeded in putting tho Instru-
l'-l. dying on Wednesday evening at | ment into such good shape, thnt ho
U  P.m. j received orders for the repairing und
The pretratUlt death of this talent I tuning ol twenty other pianos iu the
ed and popular young lady has eust'town ,,| Vet non, and remained thoro
I  gloom  over thc nly aud dlitrlct,   two weeks to clean them all up,
At the Empress Theatre
Messrs. Munro and Htnytho, ol the
Empress theatre completed arrange -
ments with Wallace Craham lho well
known Concert Director, for the following attraction* to appear hero
this -season
The Toronto dice Club, led hy H.
Iliithven MiieDonald, the famous bns-
so; The Kenney Harvey Entertainers
introducing Bert Harvey and his Bar
rei ol Kiln; the celebrated Toronto
Ladies Quartette and the Managing
Mildred Ojiera Co.
Arrangements are now under way
lor tbe appMratlct of Madame Schumann  lleiiil,.
First Practice
'rbe ii, -nt annual practice oi the Kev
elstoke Uuu Club wus held lust Wednesday afternoon. The wind waa
blowing a gale whicli made the scores low. Thc club looks for n very
successful season as tbere is a good
membership of good fellows with
beautiful grounds and an ideal trap
house and a lirst Class trap.
The following was thc snore made
on  Wednesday  last:
Event one, 25 blrdB for the buttons
McDonell  IS
•Sturdy   16
Burlier 19
Munro  17
Morgan  H
Cronyn   13
McDonell tion in Class A with r.ur-
ber, the latter wins In the shoot off.
Morgan wins ln Claus 11,
Even Two:—
McDonell  20
Hturdy 21
Burlier  JJ
Mubro  17
Garden Tools      Rubber Hose        Lawn Mowers
Carpenter's Tools,   Wire Fenoing and Gates
Bicycles or Repairs    Stoves    Paints
Fishing Tackle     Sporting Goods
Guns, etc., we can supply you
Mclntyre's Specials
Pearline, in bulk, per lb.      10c
Finest Japan Tea, per Ib  45c
Finest Japan Tea, 10 lb. lots, at   40c
Silver Gloss Starch in bulk, per lb.     10c
Golden Russet Apples. 3 lb. for   25c
Maple Leaf Flour, Rolled Oats. Wheatlets
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
w 1
III    1
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
Roys' Spring Suits
We have a larger stock to
choose from than ever wo
had in Boys' Clothing
Boys  Double-Breasted Suits
made of imported English
and Scotch Tweeds
Prices-$5 to $14
Boys' Buster Brown Suits
in very pretty styles, suitable for the little fellows.
Prices—$4.50 to 85c.
Boys' 2-Piece Suits
Double-breasted, made of
best Worsteds
Prices. $5.50 to $16
Boys  Odd Pants
Bloomer Styles. Prices,—
Wc. to $1.75
Boys Soft Felt Hats
Prices,-$1.00, $1.25. $1.50
Prize Eggs for
Early Hatching
upon nam! hy
I G. Woodland
E. P. McLean
Best Strain of Brown Leghorns, single and Rose Comb,
and Partridge Wyandotte
P. O.  BOX  181 BATtTRDAY,  AriUl. Uth, 1*12
SATURDAY,   APIUI,   llllll,   1912
•■ '■• w-%
ana ine Allen Players
" nDi"v^oRCOisrs"
A high class comedy dealing with modern divorce laws.
Grace George's Greatest Success
Special Music by ihe Royal Hungarian Siring Quartette
25c, 50c. and 75c.
Seats on Sale at oMcDonald's Drug Store
Some Snaps in Local Realty
House and Two Lots on MacKenzie Ave $4,100
House and Lots on First Street  3.500
House  and    Lot.  South-West    Corner
Douglas and King Street  1.500
House and Lot, Fourth Street  2.850
The Revelstoke Generdl Agencies, Ltd.
vcrtisement -if this city and district,
Tho editor ot tin- paper therefore
takes this opportunity Ui request
that "Ideas" along those lin * . ■ ■
put on paper and forwarded t" him,
to i subsequently transferred to the
I'uhlicltj commtttee. Tin- best of the
letters received will -*l course, also
he published .ii mn  columus.
It Has Been Proved That Microbes
Cause   Baldness
Zbc flDaiMberalfc
jjnteriot publlablng dompans.
J.  K.  JOHNSON,  Manager.
HAl.l H •;.  BCBDTON,  i.
S .-
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MT      ■ • ■ .,: ■■■.., :f.  , * ii.
f * * ;.....,.'
loo lor Kool tbi     immed ite
futuri.   A In ral   namM   bave
dm ntioi liable pel **..
i" n pre* iit tbe K ■*.**. U thc
Kederal  parUami nl   an I     pn a
among     the*  la tbat ol Mi   i-
V     llle-cll,   "I   ViCtOI .».
I'n    * * .*:  governmenl  f. r  ., In
li  must  tberel
alltlcatlons,  combined
persons     rpti
\tr.  K. V   Green woul
m   •*,:
■     ■        • ■       Bon
■ •
*  tbe coi Ual appro*
• mmand  the  unan
* '   *   .    I-.* .   ■ ..,'.       Imi* * ■
 . .      ,       ..
| re,   ■
of l: velstoke.
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Professor   Unna  uf   Hamburg,  tl-cr-
nnuiy,  and  Dr,  Sabourand,  the leading French  dermatologist, discovered
that a microbe causes baldness. Their
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ i-  t;nii   and  again  heen am-
■   ens     have requested   ,,,„. Vi.,,M„il through  reBearoh ox,,eri .
the  Mail Herald '■    tate
, ment-  earned  on  under the obeerva-
mi nl   regarding  when  roe  opei
..! the  Dominion Sawmills and  Lum '■'•''  ':' '•"""''"'  scientists. This mic-
l.t.l..  will  be Iges       the  Sebum,  which    is
Bveryone   not onlj    n Revelstoke, Mil ■ .• ira|  hair oil,  and when    p.-r
'    ■     '      '     mitted     to nourish     11  destroys the
-    -   *
, and   in   time  the    pores
Sawmills    -  the istrj   here.
m, and th    calp gradual-
ippearance. When
issue  i there is no hope ol the
"   'ith I tant matt , „.„,_.,,.„,
g revived.
This •-   '■ :    ;m.   lil ...
-»,_ . u* medy  which  will,    wc
by I
. .- ■ , * move dandrufi, ex-
... -    promote good
■ •  Mail Hei    ' :"'il»ti
ii»wb ab-
the hair root-, and overcome baldness
so long as there is any lite    lelt    in
thc hair roots.
We hack up this statement with out-
own personal guarantee that this
remedy cnllcd ilcxall "!)3" Hair Tonic will he supplied free of all cost
to the user if it fails to do as we
lt. will frequently help to restore
gray and faded hair to its original
color, prooiding loss ot color has
heen caused hy disease; yet it is in
im s^nse a dye. Rexall "98" Hair
Tonic accomplishes these results hy
aiding In making every hair runt.
'ollicle, and pigment gland strong
nnd active, und hy stimulating a natural Haw of coloring pigment thru'
! out the hair cells.
We exact no obligations or prom-
I ises—we simply ask you to give Hex-
all "96" Hair Tonic a thorough trial
land if not satisfied tell us and wc
I will refund the money you paid us
for it. Two siws. prires 50 cents and
i $1.00. Remember, you can obtain it
•.in Revelstoke only al our store —
| The Rexall Store, Walter D;ws'drug
Footballers—A meeting of all thus,'
interested in Football is called for
Monday evening next, April ISth.
Thc object being to form a V.M.t'.A.
football   league.
Uas.hallers — On Tuesday evening
next, April liith a special meeting
ol the haseliall captains representing
each team will be held at K o'clock
sharp in the reading room. The following teams this lar entered to be
represented:—C.P.R, J.H.C, Pirates
Corley  House.   Kach  captain is     re
quested to    bring    another   member
ol the team with him. Business of
importance is to be transacted, bet
us discuss the situation with an open mind, so that we may decide upon a feasible plan to promote clean
Bport, anil submit rules to govern all
league games. 1 say, hoys, let us
work together mnl make this hcub -
oil's sport   the   best   yi t.
Sunday afternoon from 8:45 to 1:45
p.m., a meeting for men is held In
the Association lobby. Mr. Paton,
of St. Peter's church will ad.irt'sa the
meeting. Good singing. After your
afternoon walk spend an hour at the
Rosedene Nurseries
Revelstoke. B. C.
House Plants, Ferns, etc.
Cut Flowers, Roses, Carnations, etc
Thos. Newell, Prop.
Designs Box 51
Phone 295
'   Publicity i ommli tee ol the Uoai *l
■ *! Trade,  nnoflli lal  pei haps    itli   *
engaged In the com
1 ■   ■ ' hull
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^       I.M I I 111-      ''llll       .,       '..M.t        ll. „l!|V.       I'UI,
Should Mr. Green consent  to alio* :    .    ,  ,m|,nig,, r,,r RBVelstoke,     re
h.s name to go before the oleel irate ,,,    ,,, .  ,,,   .        ,L       ,,,,,„,.,-
it  will  be     unnmmoi. he      -,,„,,„,.  u„.   mggertlons made    and
would  make     an exceptionally    go..*l *.,„ •*.,.,.  ,.,,,, iteration   by   tin*       com
member, be ;- "iie o! tie   old timers unu.,..   in  thai   thc  i   itlers  ol     the
ol  the  Kootenays.  thoroughly (amil- Mull Herald .uul  the i tliscns genernl
i.-ir with conditions throughout    tin |j   i„. asked to forward to tho editor!
district.     He is well Informed  upon ,.; this paper, the particulars of an;     Mi    i   W, Whiteley, Grand Organ
all the line points     involved in     tbe*|.*,,,  which   Ihey  mn*   have,    In    ths   ""   '"'   ""'  Provincial  Orange  ImmI/m
pending negotiations between the way of aMhrtlng with the good work arrived In town Frldaj morning, be
Dominion and provincial government! \ motto or slogan Ioi Revolstoke, will epeml n week In tbe eity among
on the matters ol better terms, mid milm to those so eltectlvely used the brethren, II - iporl organising
ihe verj   .ri,;.. i j .in t  local  Issue    in - >>• other cihes. is needed, nlso ideusl'bo  iwontioth (irnnge  lodge In  Van
Revelstoke Man an Inventor
,i 11   n.i.
im' * nml Icall *.'     Stl '|'p'   I     |*i.      *   ■
*  i hres I "1 the * *
' < . bed     Phe hns     hi sn
m t  i he  "wni i
if-:- rn iai ing  a.i it t he principal
gramaphone companl-c    Ioi tie ■>(
,i port "ii ol his i n-iits   The  tl I
*  will be male of aluminum   in i
111  weigh iiui  two "iui'
- .ii* *,iiit'*'i to si.i • .■ ,i  problem
tho makers ol gramaphono
deavored     to iiirmounl   for     many
Makes lighter,
whiter, better
flavored bread
-produce a
more loaves
to bag.
rolved iu thr arranging ol the trans   regarding the decorating "f all invol 'convei  citj  bofurs coming to tbe In
fl i   of the railway  bell lands,  to    the   opes,   with  matter  suitable as  an nd-1 lirior.
Sold        Hobson C& Co.
ki *. BUSTOKB, B.C,
A Scene from "Divorcons." to be Presented by The Allen Players at thc Operr House
Monday next, April loth, 1912
: ■SATURDAY, ArRlL 13tb,  1912
SATURDAY,  APRIL 13th,   1912
Purties desiring information regarding the Valley of the Garden ol
Eden, cau obtain same free of charge
by writing to Mr, J. H. Johnson,
Malakwa,  B.   0.
liditor  Mail-Herald;—
Dear Sir,—It is hard to overlook
thc comments of A Settler iu your
issue ol April 6th. In his statement
thnt t'raigcllacbie had received moro
than its share of publicity through
this space dedicated to tbe Garden of
Eden Valley. Hud he stopped to con
sider how easily thiB could have bcou
avoided by depositing a (ow other
articles with thc editor ho could
have given his own roof as many
coats ol paint as he wished.
Consistancy is a virtue ot which
none of us have to spare, come ag -
ain brother but do not accuse others
of faults of your own. And we might
ad tbat Craigellachic is the oldest
station in tbe valley and a noted
spot iu the building of thc C.P.R. so
much so tbat they have caused a
monument to be erected to mark tho
spot where the last spike was driven
connecting thc east with the wost,
and its vast acres of fine agrleultur-
le Valley nf
"The Garden of Eden"
Just 32 Miles West of   Revelstoke,  and   Extending  between Sicamous Junction to Three Valleys Station
Area of First-Class Land-2o.ooo:Acres
Character Of Land   Principally Level.
f.harartar nf ^nil   Bench    Lands,   Clay   Loam   and Vegetable
UlldldUt'l   Ul   OUN   Mould, while on Lower Lands Black Loam
Nn Irrigation   P°s't'vely °o irrigation is needed as Valley is sub-
\W III iyQIIUII   irrigated, and many creeks supply water for Domestic purposes.
This Land is specially adapted for Large and Small Fruits, as well as
Hay and Vegetables.
Moderate Climate   Freezing is Average Winter Weather.
Pricks of Land Reasonable
For Further Particulars About This Garden Spot of B. C, Watch This
of the MAIL-HERALD Each Week
al lands surrounding this place, Its
fine Bcenery and tbe Craigellacbia
creek that flows into the Eagle river
at this point with its numerous waterfalls and deep chasms makes tho
future vl Craigellachie anything but
visionary and now tbe C.P.R. is mak
ing au expenditure uf nearly one
quarter of u million cf dollars put -
tiug iu a mam.ith rock crusher and
gravel washer to he u*.*d in improving their road bed, giving work to
hundreds of workmen, making the pay
roll of Craigellachie no small Item of
which larger places might feel proud.
And now, Mr. Editor, we wish to
say that our heart goes out to tho
whole valley and every point in ...it
is worthy of notii-e and every hamlet
adds to the interest of all and we
sincerely trust that wc shall never
get so narrow minded us to bc jeal-
nus of our neighbors success and are
willing to bear our share of the burden and let the advantabes fall on
who ihey may.
Let us ertoll the advantages and
possibilities of them all, whether lt
be Taft, Craigellachie, Swanley, Malakwa, Bowie or Salsqua, they are
uli worthy and are a part ol the
Garden of Edeu Valley.
It Might Be Cold.
It is always hot in the plunge at Halcyon Hot Springs,
whose natural hot medicinal waters are the most wonderful health restorer on the Continent Uur 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.
Haleyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. BOYD, Proprietor.
Halcyon, Arrow Lakes
Union  Hotel
RATES,     .     $1.50 PER DAY
Weekly and monthly rates to be arranged.       Meal Tickets, 21 meals for J6.U0
A. 1*. I.RVKSQUK, Proprietor
Laughton £&, Tapping, Props. First Street, Revelstoke, B. C,
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
European Plan
Open Day and Night. - Meal Tickets, $6.00
Strlctly| First Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with Bath
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
Under New cTWanagement
First-Class Accommodation and Sample Rooms
Rates-$1.00 to $2.00 Per Duy
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props."?
Enlarge!   and Improved.    Firat-Clam in every respect.    All modem convenience.
Large Num pin Rooms.
Ratio $2.00 per day       Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
White Help Only Employed
Board by the Day or Week
Night Restaurant—Short Order
W. C.  BATCHELOR,       .       cTWanagcr.
Agreement With West Indies
Ottawa, April I—OD the conclusion
ol the trade ronlerencc lictwcen the
representatives ol thc Dominion ami
thc various West Indian governmental
todny, Hon. George K. Foster, minister of trade and commerce, gave
out an official statement as follows:
"An agreement signed in duplicate
was Issued today by the represcnta -
tives of the West Indian colonies and
the government ol Canada. It was
the result ol five days' sittings in con
lerence and a deal of steady work
done outside the conference hy sub-
committet-s. Thc agreement is made
for a term of years and revocable at
the end of the period nnmed therein
on one year's notice. It includes exchanges of products on a  wide   and
Samaria Cured Him, and He Helpi
■Special Attention given lo commercial
men and tnnriats. First-Has*, sample
rooms. Finest scenery In British Columbia, overlooking Upper Arrow l*n\e.
W. J. Lightburne, Prop
Dr. de Van's Female Pflfii
A reliable French regulator: never Uiil. Th-ria
pflli ar* eicetdlngl, powerful In n-itulallng the
ReneritlTo portion ol tlie lemale ivtrtn. Kcfm*
■11 cheap Imllattoni. Dr. da Yea-* are lolrl it
It a hm, or three lor IIO. Milled to my arlrlieii.
Trt. Brvsbell liroa Co.. si. Cetherln**, Onu
A man who haa been released frnm
the awful cravings of drink, and whoas
'■a thought Is to help other*, shows
lh,* aplrlt of true brotherhood and
philanthropy. Read hia latter:
11.. Samaria Iteiuedy L'o. Toronto.
'Villi you pl-saae aand ma hook or
ti ink. alao rfrculara relating to your
ia.u*d remedy for ths drink liat-n
I » i«h to hand then to a frland whn
la going to ruin through drink. i „u
hiii remsmbar thm   I hava taken your
i i>. and I nnd It all you claim  n
to ba. I navar think oi taking or
using strong drink In an, way, aa all
deans fur Tt baa left na. I renin,!
■1" ak too highly of your wonderful
remedy. You may uaa my name in any
may vou wlah fn public
,    ll    l.liywhiia.   MrlKden. Ontario."
.-iamarla Prescription Is tasteless
sml odorless, and dleanlyra Instsntii
In tea or coffer, or can i.e mlied with
food. II can be given with or without lh« patlant'a knowledge. II rs-
movra the craving for drink, btitlda up
ib" iiiirm and realorea Ihs nervss.
Orlnk becomss dlsiaaleful anl <-ven
nauseous. »
Hrlnk Is s disease, nnl a crime "ne
drink of whlsksy alwaya Invitee an-
nthsr. Ths Inflamed nerves snd
stnmsch ersale a crsvlng Ihsi must
either be satisfied by mora whiskey or
removed by srlsnllrlr treatment Ilka
8-imnrla I'reacrlptlon* Bamarls Prescription hss bean In rsgular and auc-
reaaful uss by Phyalclane and II nn
tale   for  ovar   ten  yasrs.
If you know of sny family needing
Samaria Prescription, lell them about
IL If you hav* a husband, father nr
friend thai It drifting Into drink, help
him save himself.    Writs tn-ilai
A I 111 I TUMI. I-AIKMII of Ha
marts Prescription, with booklet, giving full MTtlrulsrs, lastlmonlale. pries,
sic, will I-* ssnt absolutely fres snd
postpaid la plain aealsd parkeg* to
anyone asking for II and mentioning
this papsr.   ,Corrsspond*nrs sscrediv
• "iiifii Himl Write today. Ths Ha-
marla Remedy Co., Dept. 46 49, Col-
borne strr-wt. Toronto, Canada. Also
tor gals by C. R. Macdonald, lung
gist,   litveletoks,  B.  0.
generous scale and is based on a
preference to tbe products ol each
country in thc markets of the other.
"Thc ngr-cc-ment goes to the gov-
<Tnments ol tbe colonies included for
consideration nud comes into eflect
when approved by both the Doinin -
ion nnd colonial legislature and bis
majesty's secretary ol state for tbe
colonics. It will lie possible for all
these to consider nnd decide, and tor
the agreement to go into eflect before thc beginning ol tbe ymr 1913.
Judging by tbe instructions given to
thc various delegates by their respective governments, and tbe evident
goodwill and harmonious co-opernt -
ion shown by tbeni in tbe sessions ■>',
the conlerence, it is anticipated that
no objection will be made to the
speedy ratification of the agreement.
"The agreement Is between Canada
and the interested colonies alone and
leuvea both sides with complete liberty to adjust thc tarifls ln respect
to all other countries. Grenada, tbe
Bahamas, Bermuda. Jamaica and
British Honduras are tbe only West
Indian colonies tbat are not included
und for these the latcb Btring is left
on the outside of th* door and ths
lamp kept burning in the window
with a warm welcome tire certain for
them wheu they come.
"The rjuestlons of improved cable
ami steamship . ommuntcations between t'unnda and the West Indies
were carefully considered, and tbe
views of the conference were em •
bodied in resolutions unanimously
passed. The objective ol thew rsso -
lutions is nn up to date aud udixiuatc
cable and steamship connection bag-
cd upon the co operation ol the Weet
Indian colonies, th« Dominion of Can
ndn and the government of Great
Britain. luasmuch ns the agreement
is to be submitted to the various gov
srnmsntat 0000«Md Ior their consideration and approval, it is not ad -
vlsabls to give the dotails thereof at
present to the public."
As an illustration of gi*at devotion
t» truth, a would-be M.P. told hia
ii'i-litora that he "underwent a oev-
sre thrashing when a boy for telling
the truth." Imarint the sickly feeling which cams over him whan a
gruff volee called out from tbe centre of tbe audience "I ,«,« (tg cur.
"I  >cr,  gtiv'oor,"
Victor Horniest Machine* I from
$20 upwards. Kdison monographs.
from $19.50 upaanls. Ib-iolnt-k*
Musk Bton, McKenrle Avenue.
Towel Sewed inside a Woman
New      York,  April  8—That  a largo
hospital towel was sewed up in Mrs.
Mollic      Myers'      body  and remained
there  for  tlve  weeks alter she     had
I Ireen op-rated     on in     Bt. Vincent's
hospital by Dr. Herman J. Boldt, of
I No.  3'J  East Siity-tirst street,      was
I the   substance  of   a  deposition   mado
I by   Dr.   Benjamin  Friedman,  formerly
I of No.  30b    Kast Third  street,    now
living   in   Hungary,  nnd   which      was
i bled   yesterday   in  thc  supreme  court
The deposition was taken in a suit
ol Mrs.  Hyers, who lives at No.  104,
i Kast   Broadway,   againsi   Dr.     Boldt
I for  damages.   Dr.  Friedman  gave  bis
I testimony at tbe American consulate
1 general, at Budapest, Hungary. He is
a graduate of the University of Budapest and of tbe Lond Island college
The towel which Dr. Friedman says
be lound sewed up In Mrs. Myers,
when be operated upon her fire weeks
after tbe original operation by Dr.
Boldt, be describes aa a yard long
a foot wide, with red borders and
bearing a label reading "St. Vincent
Dr. Friedman tayt in his affidavit,
that bc had attended Mrt. Mycrt aad
tn November, IMS, decided that an
operation would bt ntceatary and
recommended that Dr. Boldt act as
|tbe aurgeoa.
Mrs. Myers was tuken to tft. Vin -
OOBt'O hospital, says Dr. Friedmaa,
nnd Dr. Boldt operated upon ber iu
! the presence of himself, several at -
ststants and outers. Kits left the hospital November l.Mh.
Dr. Friedman then tells of Mrs.
Myers calling upon him ten days later and of finding ths wound ln a pols
oned condition, and Dually. live
wc-eks after the operation, of remov
ing thc towel, which he -tent to Df.
Brridt. Mrs. Myers then recovered rapidly.   Continuing  Dr.  Friedman says
"A few day* later I met Dr. BoMt
who told me that he had sent     tbt
towel to the New York County Medi-
jical  Association  an a curionlty,     io-
i dicatlng   thc  great   vitality  of     tbe
! patient.   In  December,   r.mr,, Mrs. My-
l ers told me that sbe was going    to
sue  Dr.   Boldt.   I  told  Dr.  Boldt    of
| this.      He said   tbat  be was insured
against  surh  sccldenta  snd  did    not
csrv. sibling  that     aiicb  an secular!
'nnil.I  n-i<  hurt bis reputation.       He
I admitted st that time tbat be might
hn e 'eft   he towel In the body of the
lis' i it."
I ii r.ldt denies the charge* ln Mre
Mytr't tnlt. SATURDAY, APRIL Uth, T"12
SATURDAY, Al'IUL Uth, 1912
To the Public
APRIL 13, 1912
I have just returned to Revelstoke from COQUITLAM
to close a large amount of business that was not finished when
I left here on March 22nd, and to attend to a large number of
applications for Lots in Coquitiam that have accumulated since
I left. My trip to Coquitiam was an agreeable surprise, as on
my arrival there I found that there were over 1,000 men
working on the Great C. P. R. Terminals, together with team
after team grading and hauling supplys, such as building material, gravel, cement, etc. An army of men are busy. Track-
laying gangs, Bridge gangs, Carpenter gangs, Brick Layers and
Stone Cutters, Cement gangs, Steam Shovel gangs, in fact, a
busier place could not be imagined.
To my surprise, I found that the new Automobile Road through
Meridian Centre was completed and that there were 74 houses in course of
construction, together with a number of Stores and Hotels and a Theatre,
also a Roller Skating Rink. To the many enquirers who have written to
our Vancouver Office, I wish to say that these enquiries have been handed
over to me with instructions to arrange for personal interviews.
I will be at our Office, in the Old McDonald Block, every day next
week, also Evenings, until 9 p m., and will be pleased to give all the latest
information there in regard to Coquitiam.
Sales Manager.
McTAVISH BROS, Vancouver, B. C.
m SATURDAY, APIUL 13th, 1912
SATl'IlfiAV,   AriilL  13th,   19l2
A Hcr.d of indescribably delicious flavor, peculiarly adapted to
serving at social functions and preferred by many for all occasions.
Owing tolls strength, but ilia mell-
est quantity required. Sealed in
air-tight, dust-proof packages,
GOc.   pcr Pcund
Other Ividgwayt Specialties
'HerlCtjetty's Herd"
$1.L0 ptrlb.
"Old Cour.l-y"
00c. per 1!>.
» Capite! Hcu:t hold •
•10c. pr Ib.
Owinp to the sliortnRe in thc po-
tnto crop this yenr, deiili-m and some
growers of potatoes find it necesmiry
to Import large supplies tor tabic and
seed purposes from (Jrent Britain,
Ireland nud other European countries
Bulletin 03 issued by the Dominion
experimental farm, Ottawa, explains
how potato canker has found its way
across the Atlantic into Newfoundland with potntoes imported from
Potato canker i- a disease at present unknown in Canada. It ls one of
the most serious diseases known, affecting not only the farm lnmls on
which the potatoes aro grown but the
disease is nlso directly injurious to
tho health of the consumer of affected
potatoes. Boiling docs not destroy
thc injurious properties. The disease
is characterized by nodular excres -
sences which mny often be larper
thnn thc tuber itself. These cankers
nflect the eyes of lhe potato and are
very small in the early stages. Any
tubers found with smaller or larger
outgrowths rising from where the
eyes arc situated should under no
condition be used for seed or table
purposes. The introduction and estab
lisbtnent ol this disease would seri -
ously compromise one of the most
important agricultural industries of
Canada, viz.. potato growing. Fnrm-
ers nnd consumers should be exceedingly careful in using potatoes that
mny have lieen imported (rom Great
Britain or the continent of Europe.
Suspicious looking tubers should !>c
destroyed by fire and not be thrown
on the ground, or the disease, if present, will establish itself permanently
in the ground.
The bulletin referred to explains in
detail the character of the disease,
auh is available to any one making
application for the same to H. T.
(lussow, Dominion Botanist. Ottnwa,
lover, waited. But instead of seeing
framed in the casement thc girl
whose father had lorbiddcn him the
house, and who would not hear of his
paying any attentions lo his daughter, Pedro saw the farmhouse door
suddenly open and forth rushed Sped
ding senior, followed by bis two English boarders, who at once opened fire
Then the fight commenced. Pedro,
too,  drew a revolver and retreating,
] opened a vicious tire, wounding first
Richard Pickup, who hnd his scalp
split with a bullet, and next Sharron
wbo wns shot through -the arm. Pedro slowly made his retreat and covering himself with his revolver lire,
escaped down the railway tracks. In
all, some 15 shots were tired. Pedro
as fnr nB enn lie ascertained oscaped
being hit by nny of the bullets.
| Time and time again, it is said tho
girl's father had warned the Mexican
away from his properly, but each
time thc faithful  lover returned     to
• the home of his lady love and it is
even hinted that he was not altogwth
cr discouraged in his love making by
the girl.
Tlie two woundctl Englishmen arc
in thc hospital al Valleyfield, but
their injuries are said to be slight.
Meets With Warm Reception
Valleyfield, Que., April >>—Whistling
to his sweetheart to come to a window that he might speak to her. J.
Pedro vas surprised last night when
instead of the smiling face and figure
he expected to see, he was met by an
infuriated father and two friende, all
armed with revolvers. A wild revolver battle followed in which two were
The dark-eved Mexican was a suitor lor thc hand ot pretty little 17-
year-old Alice Spedding, who lives
with her lather betwi-en Grand Isle,
and Valleyfield. A long, low whistle
to the girl, which he knew was ln
this particular room and Pedro,  the
Nomination Would Be Accepted
Victoria,  B.C.,  April II—Since    the
announced   appointment    of     A.     8.
Goodeve. member for the     Kootenay
district  of  British   Columbia    In  the
I bouse of commons,  as a member    ol
the Domiuion board of railway commissioners,   speculation  has   been  rife
' not     only  in the directly    interested
1 constituency,  but throughout the pro
I vince as to his probable successor in
parliament.   In  this  connection,   Rob
\ crt F. Green, who although for sorne-
1 time pasl  a resident of Victoria still
retains very extensive interests in the
| Kootenay  and  has  played  a conspicuous and signally  useful pari   in promoting the success of its  varied ln -
tcrcsts,  has  been   in   receipt  of    very
mnny  letters  nnd      telegrams  urging
him to nccept nomination at llie bye-
electlnn  shortly to be held.       These
messages are  in  the    highest    degree
complimentary   and   appreciative, coin
ing as they do from the most rcpre -
sentative ol the party in  the  Koote-
may and   it ls  certain   thut in   thc event   of  Mr. Green's acceptance  of the
nomination   and  subsequent  election,
the  Kootenny  would  have a  champ -
ion on the floor of parliament   thoroughly  in touch with all its distinctive interests and capable of securing
for them full nnd advantageous recog
nition  and support.
Interviewed by the Colonist yesterday with respect to his intentions,
Mr. Green said: "Since the announce
ment of Mr.  Goodeve's    appointment
TTE would be an odd sort of
** man, indeed, who did not
enjoy a good report from hit
*C #_M i
Good Clothes —like Fit-Reform
Spring Suits—enable your mirror's
daily report to be always good.
It helps you Immensely to be able
to see all the new spring styles
grouped together as they are here.
Come and look them ovef.
to tho railway commission, it is truo
I have boen in receipt of numerous
telegrams aud letters from the Ko -
otenay requesting me to offer myself
as the Conservative candidate in the
necessitated by-election. Should I be
the choice of the convention I would
gladly  nccept."
"I have been a Pullman Conductor on
the C. P. R. and Michigan Central
during the last three years. About
four years ago, I was laid up w:.!i
Intense pains in the groin, ft VCI}'sore
back, and suffered most severely when
I tried to urinate. I treated with t:iy
family physician for two months for
gravel in the bladder but did not
receive any benefit. About that time
I met another railroad uiati who had
been similarly affected and who bad
been cured by taking Gin Pills, after
having been given up by a prominent
physician who trcatetl him tor Diabetes,
lie is now running on the road and is
perfectly cured. He strongly advised
me to try Gin Tills which I did,—with
the result that the pains left m,. entirely.
PRANK 8. IDE, Buffalo, N. Y.
50c. a box, 6 for fa.io. Sample free.
WrileNation.il Prut; and Chemical Co.
of Canada, Limited, Dept. W   Toronto.
If you suffer wi:h Constip-ition or
needapuitlelaxative, take NATIONAL
LAZY I, VER PILLS. 25c. a box.   105
Revelstoke Land District.
District ol West Kootenuy.
Take notice that Adelard S. Dion-
din, of Halcyon, B. C, occupation
shipwright, intends to apply for permission to purchase thc following
described land:
Commencing at a post planted 20
chains south and 'ifi chains weBt of
the south-east corner of Lot 7072;
thence south 40 chains, thence west
20 chainB, thence north 40 chains,
thence east 20 chains more or less to j
point ol commencement, and containing eighty acres, more or Icbb.
Dated March llth, 1912.
Adelard S. Blondiu.
Hugh Pattinson, Agent.
Two Office Rooms, 12rtS, tn -he
ground floor in Dominion Sawn, ilia
Offico buildiug. Lighted nvl hci.ted
with janitor service.     Apply lo
Receiver and Manager.
Meet mc at the Savoy.
See thc "Sugar Bowl" windows lor
Saturday specials.
Get Howson's cash prices on lurnl-
Gurdeu Tools, Wire Fencing, Gard-,
en Seeds, at Bourne Bros.
II lt Ib ranges or Btovcs, see us, W.
I'arry, auctioneer.
Go  Carte,   the largest and  best at- I
sortment ever displayed in Revelatoke
at Howson's.—Get their cash prices.   1
Thc Sugar Bowl ice cream parlore
are uow open, the largest and moet
up-to-date  parlors  in tbc city.  ...
Dou't forget thc Johusou Jeffries
light pictures Monday uight ut the
Kmpress—l'opulur  prices—6000  feet.    ,
Carnations, Daffodals, Hyacinths,
Freesia, Tulips uud Lelluce fer faster.—J. Maley, Big Beud Roud,
Thc "Sugar Bowl" ice cream par-
lorB are now open. The largest und
most  up-to-date proposition  iu     the
t'hoicc, fat, dressed beef for Easter '
at P. Burns & Co.,  Ltd.
If it is lurnlturc you reed, t-cc W.
I'arry,  auctioneer. |
Easter Beef, stall fed, juicy aud
tender, nt P. Burns & Co., Ltd.
Your  losses assured,   rates icuson - I
able— fi. li.  Robertson,  real estate &
Insurance. |
Drop  in  at  the   Sugar  Bow.      for I
that  boi  ol chocolates,  your     v 'e, '
mother,  or  sweetheart  will  i.p-, teri-
ate it.
II It Is carpets, floor cove: 'ag, parlor furniture you want, ol u fl»et<
anything, see us—W. Parry, auctioneer.
Now is thc time to get a gi 1 ri.r-
pct square at Howson's.—Cut prices
for caab.
Hose Bushes for Spring plaa'.ng,—
Bloom every mouth. Order now 'or
Immediate effect.—JI B. Creuir;i,i,
Revelstoke, 11. C.
DO YOU OWN PROPERTY ln Edmonton ? Send us Description,
best price and terms for quick •*■*. i!e.
MUBIC— Mies Jobneon, pupil of A.
Miller, F.R.A.M., London, te prepared to take a limited number of pup-
lie lor tuition in music. For teruia
apply ut the rceldence of J K.
Johnson, flrst house west of tbe boe-
pital,  First  street.
Corporation of the City
of Revelstoke
Public Notice is hereby given that
the Municipal Council ot the Corpora
tion of the Oity of Revelstoke, intends to undertake thc construction
ol Concrete Ridowalks on and along
lue West side of McKenzie Avenue,
from thc South side of Second rtreet
to the North side of Eighth street,
nccording to specifications and es -
timntcs, prepared by the City Engineer nppointed for the purpose, and to
nsaers the expense on c3Bt thereof
upon tho land or real property abutting on i.tie parts of such btreets as
above mentioned, and to be lienefltt-
cd thereby; and that a statement
showinr he land >r real property liable to pay the assessment therefore
and the names of the owners thereof,
hi far ns they can be ascertained, together .vith the specifications, and es-
t..nates of thc City Engineer. and
ibe proposed assessment and report
thereon of the ''ity Clerk, are now
on Hie, In the ollice of thc City Clerk
nnd open for inspection by all persons during office houre.
The estimated cost ol the work Is
i'ii..t1.!•:> of which it is intended that
the City at largo shall bear thc
whole of the cost of tin work, on
etrect crossings and necessary retaining walls, and ono third of the cost
of thc Concrete Sidewalks, tbe property owners bearing two thirds ol
the cost of the said sidewalks.
Tho total estimated amount to be
borne I y the property owners being,
(1605.03, and by tbe city nt large
Any objection II tbe proposed undertaking and assessment therefor,
shall Ih made by petition to the
C ty Council within (15) flltieu days
[rum the date hereof, tbe persons entitled to pctitiou being tbe owners ol
the lands affected  thereby.
Duted ttie ith day ot April, 1912.
City Clerk.
TO RENT—FurniBhii, houeo on Fourth Street.   Apply -u   Mail Her uU.
FOR 8ALE-A House in go ' condition, (rounds improved with N f*
lot.—Apply to F. G. Bcwe, Jeweller
Notiee to Contractors
Seuled Tenders, superscribed "Tender for School-house, Nakusp," will
be re»eived by the Honourable the
Minister of Public Works up to 12
o'clock noon, of Wednesday, the 24th
day of April, 1912, for the erection
and completion of a two-room frame
school-building at Nakusp, in tbe
Slocan Electoral District, B. C.
Plans, specilications, contract, and
forms of tender may bc seen on and
after the 3rd day of April, 1912, at
the offices of F. W. Jordan, Esq.,
Secretary of the School Board, Na -
kusp, B.C., the Government Agent
Kaslo, B.C., aud the Department of
Public Works, Parliament Buildings,
Each proposal must be accompanied
accepted bank cbequo or certificate of
deposit on a chartered bank of Canada, made payable to thc Honourable
thc Minister of I'ublic WorkB, for the
sum of $3*50, which shall be forfeited
if the party tendering decline to enter into contract when called upon
to do so, or it ho fail to complete
the work contracted for. The cheques
or certificates of deposit of unseccess-
ful tenderers will be roturned to them
upon  the execution of the contract.
Tenders will not he considered unless made out on tho forms supplied
signed with the actual signature of
the tenderer, and enclosed iu the envelopes furnished.
Thc lowest or uny tender uot necessarily accepted.
Public  Works  Engineer.
Department of Public Works,
Victoria,   B.C.,  30th  March,   1912.
And in the Matter of Lot 4, Block
27, Revelstoke City, Map 636A
WHEREAS a certain title deed of tbe
above mentioned property has been lost,
viz: 28thNOVEMBER, 1904, Mathew
M. Pettipiece to Cecil I-'. Taylor convey-
of said lot.
This is to give notice to anvone into
whose possession the aforesaid'title deed
may have come antl who has any knowledge ol the whereabouts of the said
deed to deliver the same to Samuel It.
Koe, Require, District Registrar of
Land Titles. Nelson, B. C.
Ami further take notice that failing
the production of this deed within four
weeks of the date ol the first publication
hereof that the said District Registrar
will proceed to issue a Certificate of
Title of the said Lot in the name of
Hugh Bruce, of Kevelstole, B. C.
Dated at Nelson, B, C, this 4th dai
of April, A. I),, 1V1J.
District Registrar.
Revelstoke  Land District.
District  ot   West  Kootenay
Take notice tbat l.ana A. Blond.n,
of Halcyon, B. C, occupation luar -
ried woman, intendB to apply fur permission to purchase the fo.lowing
described land:
Commencing at a post plum ■-,! on
the South Boundary sixty chains vest
ol tbe south-cast corner of Lot 7072;
thenco eouth 20 chains, thence east
40 chains, thencc north 20 chains,
to said south boundary of Lot 7U72
thence west along said boundary 40
chains more or less to point of commencement, containing 80 acres n.ore
or leas
Dated March llth, 1912.
Lana A. Blondln.
Hugh Patlnson, Agent
FOR  BALE- A   Remington Typewrit  I
er, No. 8, tu good running order.—
ticc 150.00, P. darns ft Co., Ltd
lievelstoke,  B.   C,
Subscriptions Discounted
Mr. Subscriber;—
Tbe Mall-Herald has Bent out accounts to subscribers in urrin"a to
the extent ol over 13000, and v., * .sh
to notify all these subscribers, I -
may receive one of our accounts tnat
II they will call uud Bettle their account or send the same to the M > i
Herald by mail ou or before April '■•)
neit, we will give them a eaeh i.n-
cotint of 20 per cent, off the WO n u
of then bill. We aie maklK tnil
liberal offer in order to realUO qO'tt
ly on these accounts.
If there is any Inaccuracy in the
accouut you have received from ue,
send it to our office with your explanation and we will IjJ 0Bl| to >
happy to rectify the misiake. II you
therefore want to make a ilea/ »:»iii
ol 20 per cent, nn >• ui. subecriptwn
account, pey It otlvrt thc enJ ol
April next.
R SALE--Some  Furuilurc,  beds,
n.. cun bc Heen  ai.y e enlng nfter
C;30 o'clock,  Corner  Fi-iTth  Btreet,
and McKenzie avenue.
WANTED—At once, u good dining
room girl, for the Union hotel at
Arrowhead,  B.  (J.
WANTED—Two rooms in houeo ol
Private family for light bouse keeping,   Apply   to   Mail Herald.
WANTED—Tho Sportsman who ool -
lected the stakes lu connection with
tbe Newcastle election result, In error, to call on tho Editor of tbe
Mail lli'tal'l, and bring the money
with  linn.
FOR HALF,—Official Townsite Lota-
Port Hardy, northern termlnua of
Vancouver Island, »125 each; (45
cash. Will I* worth $700 *hen rati
way le completed—Seven, Winch
Building, Vancouver, B. 0.
mi in ri  cna'ii ti   is- -item
"otapetitlon     for     New     University
Dull-dings  to  be Eerectcd  nt  Point
Grey,      near     Vancouver,    Diittsh
Tho Government ol British Coin l-
bia Invite Competitive Plana foi tbe
general scheme and design for the
•ropoBfld new University, together
with moro detailed Plans for tbe
buildings to bc erected liml at au es
tuntiled   cost   ol  $1,500,000.
Prizes of $10,000 will he given for
the most siicccbhIuI   Designs submitted
Particulars of lho competition and
plan of i.-ilii mny be obtained on request Irom thc undersigned.
''be lb-Hi run to be sent in by July
31st,  1912,  addressed  to
Parliament Buildings,
Victoria.  Brltleh  Columbia.
E.    Q.    BURRIDGE
Tinsmith Repairs, Hot Air, Pip*
nnd  Furnace work
Comaught  Ave.   -   Ravalatoka
Spring House Clearing
Sash and Doors, Turnings, Lumber, Two Boilers,
Wheel Barrows, Derrick and Irons, Building Supplies
in Liue or Cement, Plaster, Lime. Roofings, Glass, etc.
One House, 8 Booms, with Baths, Furnace, Basement,
Ete. All modern eonvenienees. Price Reasonable. Easy
Two Six Boom Houses, Bath, Furnace, Mcdern Conveniences.
A Five-Boomed House wiih Bath, Furnace, Basement
and all modern conveniences.
All above dwellings situated on
Third Street
For Prices and Terms apply to
GEO.   D.   SHAW
P. O. Box 295.  Revelstone, B. C.
Inland Revenue Standard for Cigars is 22 lbs. per
1,000. By statistics our Union contains 25 lbs. per
1,000. That proves quantity! What about quality ?    Ask the Smokers and Try One yourself.
Royal Mail Steamers Sailing Every Saturday
New Triple-Screw New Triple-Screw
*S. S. Laurentic S. S. Megantic
"Turbine nml Reciprocating Engines
I<ast word in shipbuilding.    Electric Elevator*.    Electric Heaters.
Skilled Orchestra. Wireless and Deep SesJSignal Apparatus
FIRST-CLASS, S92.50.   SECOND CUSS, 553.75.   THIRD CUSS, [KIV] $32.51
Comfort at moderate rate* by excellent
one-class ill- Cabin service.
S. S. Twin-Screw Teutonic     S. S.jTwin-Screw Canada
SS2 fed long. ,SH feet long
"Largest, fastest Steamer Canadian Liverpool nne-classillieabin service
Besl accommodation given **;n np, third-class (closed roomsi J*J1 25
Company'! Ollico Rooms > B" B.uloy Building, Second and Charry SU.,  Stattla
A. 6. BR00KER, Agent jHcvelsloke
Poople of Revelstoke, Do Not Be Downhearted
We have the Resources. Capital will come to us
In the time of Peace, Prepare for War.
Now is the time to place money in Revelstoke.
Do not wait for the coming raise.
Call and See Me Before Investing.
W. PARRY Conducts Auction Sale
Auction Mart, Mackenzie Avenue
Every Saturday at 2 p. m.
Consisting of Ranges, Cook Stoves, Parlor, Diningrooni and
Kitchen Furniture, also Carpets, etc.
tbce n^n^iXa-HE^jLLr), bevelstoke
SATURDAY, APRIL 13th, ins!
(By  Mr.   C,   E.  Brown.)
It is high time preparations should
be made lor the season's hatching
.md brooding. This Is ol the greatest importance. All 'lie equipment
necessary for use should bo gone
over thoroughly, aud ne- ess-try repairs made; coops, brooders, inedba-
tors, Bhould be thoroiijlily cleaned
and made ready. New -Hiiiiptrent,
food and repairs should be ordered In
ample time .'or early delivery. This
Is especially true in tue ease l! ordering Irom incubator companies.
Very often I have had to welt two
mouths lor goods. The oil adage
that procrastination is thc chief of
time applies to poultry husbaodry as
well as other hues of business; .-o let
us get busy.
Those who ruu their incubators in
cellars, especially a house cellar,
that there roots and vegetables are
usually found, and along towards
spring some of them become decayed
uud the uir of the cellar is not pure
Bl : fresh as lt should be. Anything
of this kind should be removed and
the Boor and walls swept und denned. Incubator eggs ure just ub susceptible to foul ordors or impure air
as anything else, and we should rot
expect good batches of strong, -.hril-
ty chickens when thc machine is run
under anything but the very best
Tuere is always more or less danger  from  incubators  that   have      been
previously   used   from   the   luct   thut
disease germs  which  may  have rusted  the  year  before  are  still    pieseut
Unless      the      machine  is  disinfected
the^e geims muy  be passed on to the
little     chicks     when hatched.       We
tbould thoroughly  wash or scrub the
interior of the machine with some re
l.uble disinfectant.  A  2ti per cent  solution  uf  zcnolium  is splendid.    The
movable pints  ol the machine should
be  takeu  out and  washed and    aired
iu  the  --'*i.-h.i.v  lor uu  hour  or  two.
The lamp dues should  be eb.-aued out
Tbe  burnei   will require cleaning, the
gauze  .md interior  parts     may     le
Clogged.   The   burner   would   be      the
better ■ ■', ,, good boiling in soapsuds
And  last,   but  not   leuBt,    clean    the
glass      in    the   ib-.*i   "f  the  machine.
Sometimes  it  may  lie  necessary     to
take it out completely and clean both
i.Jes ,,1 It.  lt  is provok.ng  when the
glass  becomes  soiled,  especially when
it i6 important to    watch the   thermometer,
The :,.-   need  to  he exumiued.
,ied  and  repaired,  Broken    puik-b
should   i*  replaced,  hinges  and  fast
eaiu^n tightened, The out-door brood
• -   may   m-.*d    repainting,    aud    the
I   repaired.   As  in  the  case of incubators,  brooders need to  be    kept
- . ipuloualy clean.  The   Boors     aud
walls  must  be  cleaned  and  disinfect -
The   lamp  and  lamp-box    should
■   careful!}   eianiiueJ  and  all    Huts
■ ■ tubes cleaned and repaired. Little
precauti ;..- su i. .is these should be
token   no'A.   so   that   everything     will
ready  the  moment  the  chicks ur-
Thii   • i .-a   .-.--rk   will   be   «• 11
repaid nm:.;.  times before the season
- i vt-r.
It   - tale I    IUM a low  grade
  from i.t   or lamp
tly   traceable    to
pool   oils  were  used.
is  -    apt   to smoke     and
■  | •'  all)     when  it    is
Id   weather   to      turn
Even  in   warm   wea-
t is especially     dangerous     in
rarda the middle of the
.    ...   excessive heat     causes
■ ■ ftami  to rlee, cheap oil is excopt-
...      ,  gerous.   The  difference   1*
• • •■■■ - *   • .*.     .-■ idea of oil as a rule
- so small that no poultrymau i in
a+tbout the vary -■• sl
NB8T8  Edit  THE  SITTIN'1   HK.v-
i    - i gi od  t.me of the y..,    I
■ .„'*•:•.- .i -• '.*-. supply of .v -•    oxes I
letting    hens.       Time »
•juite so i il is ill   *••  If  "111  be lai ii
The  ."Hd  Dl  I
and repaired   Wbeo making
see to it that  they are not ma
'r<—t.   i :   ..« very m*
for   tbe   health;.   .-   »tl    Chi   i...   ei
• ry"   h.'-k    Hens set li boAi
■ h strong, thn.'ty
..   S.-M *.. v* i need not uavr i.,.t
tome to tbem -" long as tl.<-,^  are to
bt placed os    I        gr   ind oi llooi
. sboul i     be Irom i to -   inch
■leep and Irom !-' to li Inches equal
Have Konn    Iry sand, earth oi    Di
ashes ready  t.. put .n the nests,
tins helps greatly in controlling vei
min,   Another plan lor nests    is   t ■
construct  them out of cracker boxci
or any   boxes   which  ran   be  pi N
nt tlie crucprs. Arrange tbem SO thnl
the fronts «.il be abou! hu Inch
liiirh. nn*I when a number of hens 111
Ml together ■ lid should lie provldi 1
t., shut eneti hen in, after tbey hn\ *
i*<f'n nit for feed and watei. He car*
fui to hnve the room or coop wh.r 1
is tu lie used for the Hitting be I
well cleaned out and disinfected to be
mre all vermin Is destroyed. Lousy
liens  DeVSI   do  their  best  nnd  occn*
lonaljy nnmeroui valuable eggs   nra
destroyed.   Several   ln-ns   should      I.e
Bet   at   uner,      -ij  AS  to  have      IftTg
uunil*re  of  uuilorm chicks  to select
Coal mining rights of the Uomlnion
in Manitoba, Saskatcbewuu aud Al-
berta, the Yukon Territory, the
North-west Territories and iu a portion of tbe Province of British Columbia, may be leaded lor a term of
tweuty-oue years at an annual rental of JI au ucre. Not moro thau
J.JGO acres will be leased to one ap-
Application for lease must be mudo
hy the applicant iii person to the
Agent or Hub-Agent o! the district
in which the rights applied for are
In surveyed territory the land muBt
be described by sectioiiB, or legal
sub-divisions ol sections, nnd in un-
survryed territory the tract upplied
lor shall be Btaked out by the ap -
plicant   himself.
Each applicant must be accompanied by n fee ol -J5 which will be refunded il the rights applied for are
uot available,  but not otherwise.   A
riv. ally ehall be paid on the merchantable output of tho mine at the
rate of live cents per ton.
The person operating the mine shall
furnish the Agent with sworn returns
accounting for the full quantity of
merchantable coal mined nnd pay the
yulty thereoli. If the coal mining
rights ure uot being operated, such
returns Bhould be turn.shed at least
once a yeur.
The lease will include the coal mia-
ing rights only, but the lessee may
he permitted to purchase whatever
available surface rights may be eon
sidcred necessary lot the working ol
the mine at the rate of $10.00 an
For full    Information    appl *
should be made to the Secretary   of
tl •■ Department ol the Intel or,
ta'.t.'i,   ur  to  the  Aceut   or g
ol  Dominion  Lands.
w   «   CORY,
Deputy Minister ol the Ii I
S B.—Unauthorised   publication
Sealed Tenders, superscribed "Tender for Lock-up, Arrowhead," will be
received by thc Honourable the Minister of I'ublic Works up to IH
o'clock 110011, of Wednesday, the 17th
duy of April, 1912, for the erection
and completion of a Court-room,
Lock-up, und Constable's -yuurters,
at Arrowhead, In the Revelstoke El-
ectoral Bistrict, B. C.
Plans, sp-ecilicutious, coutruct, aud
forms ol tender may be seen on uud
after the 27th day of March, 1912, at
the offices of the Constable in charge
Arrowhead, B. C, the Government
Agent, Revelstoke, B. C, und tho
Department ol Public Works, Parliament  Buildings,   Victoria.
Each proposal must be accompanied by an accepted buuk cheque or certilicate ol deposit on a chartered
bunk of Canada, made payable to tbe
Honourable the Minister ol Public
Works, lor the sum of i'Ml". which
shall be forfeited if the parly tendering decline to enter into coutruct
when called upou to do so, or if he
fall to complete the work contracted
for. The rbeiiues or certilicates of
deposit of unsuccessful tenderers will
be returned to them upon the execution of the contract.
Tenders   will   uot   be  COHSidl
less made out "ti the forms supplied
signed  with  the actual signature    ui
the tenderer,  and enclosed  >u the eu-
relopea furnished.
Tbe lowest "r any, tender not uccce-
Barily accepted.
Public  Works  Engineer.
Department of Public  wnrks,
\ Ictoria    ii C .   March  2:.tb.   1913.
Notice to contractors
-    ■
dwelling  f"r  1/r.   V, aim  and
•   seen,  as s
>| parUculari
Barred Plymouth Rocks, i'2.1'1);
Rhode Island Reds, $2.00; iVhlto Ifk-
ins Buck, $2.00; White Wmden Cccbc
eggs, 50c each; Day old chlckB; Iry
old ducklings. Stock for sale. V'bito
and Buff Leghorns cheap. Write or
'phone 212, Now Grove Poultry Fai in
Mrs.  R,  A,  Upper Prop.
Wood for Sale
Apply to
Chas. Turnross
Telephone House No. i'T
Telephone Cump No. 215
Meets every  2nd  and  4th  Thursdays
in      Oddfellows    Hull     ul   8  o'clock.
Visiting  Templars  ure  cordially  invited to utlend.
Vi. E.  MUNSON,  S. C.
A.  I).  TOURNEK.   It.   a.
Satisfaction guaranteed
Agent  for  Flexitime   Electric
Residence Cor. Srd St and Rohsonare
Shop in Alley back of B. J. Bournes
Store. First Street
(iulena liny lunili*" in parcels of
10 or 20 acrei< or en l>loc. Corren-
pondenoe invited.
John Shaw. Agent.
Box 616 Arrowhead
Barristers,  Solicitors,  Etc.
imperial Bauk Building Revelstoke, B. C.
Money to Loan.
Offices—RevelBtoke,    B.   0.,     aad
Craubrook, B. O.
Geo. 8. McOarter,
A. M. Pinkham, J. A. Harvey
Revelstoke, Cranbrook
Provincial Land  Suveyor,
Mining Surveyor,
VV .      H.      WALLACE
P. O. Boi 146, Revelstoke. B.O.
RevelBtoke,  B.  O.
Dominion und B. C. Land  Surveyor.
KOOTENAY     LODGE,  No.  15 A.  F
and A. M.
Regular meetings are held in MASONIC TEMPLE, Oddlellows' Hall
on the Third Monday in each montb
at 8 p. m. Visiting brethren are
cordially welcome.
W. B.  ROBERTSON,  Secrotary.
COURT     MT.      BEGBIE,   No.  3461.
OF I. O. F.
Meets in I. a  O. F. Hall next   to
Tapping's Opera House  every  second
and  fourth  Monday  in  month.  Visiting brethren cordially  welcomed.
G. W. BELL, C. R.
WM.   S.   CAMERON,   Rec.-Sec.
0. W. O. W.
Mountain View Camp, No. 229.
Meets Second   and     Fourth Wednes
days    in each montb in    Selkirk
Hall.     Visiting Woodmen are
cordially invited to attend
H. W. EDWARDS, Coa. Com.
Corporation cf the City
of Revelstoke
Public Notice ll hereby given tbat
it is absolutely necessary that dls-
orderi ol n suspicious nature be reported to Dr, McLean. City Mcdicnl
Health Officer or other physicians,
„s soon a» known. Fuilure to do this
.s ,i punishable offence.
By Ordr,
City Clerk.
tl   ■  advertisement  will  not   i>e  paid
tenet *•' Di
New Lightning Method
Oil I'aintinj.', and   Painted Walls
ined like new.
SELKIRK     LODGE 12,  1.  O.  O. F.
Meeta every     Thursday evening   In
Selkirk Hall at 8 o'clock.     Visiting
brethren cordially invited.
11.    SIEGFRIED,   N. 0.
JAS.  MATHIE,  Secretary.
Meets every Wednesday except tbe
Third Wednesday of each montb in
Oddfellows' Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting Knights are cordially invited.
G.  Vi. GARLAND, C.  C.
O. H. BROCK, K. of R. * S.
M. of F.
Animal    Rugs,   Game
Heads and Birds
P.O.Box 31, Revelstoke
Home Baking,
Better every way
than the ready
made foods
Baking Powder
Apure,Cream of Tartar
Made fron\ Grapes
No Alum
Lime Phosphate
I';i|ior Hanj-firiK a Specialty
Estimates Given
Mirror Making and re-Silvering
Glass Cutting and Boring
'ilass  Frosting and Staining
ire Framing.
Prices Reserved.
lievelstoke, B '
Smoker's Supplies
The olil it-1 i;il>lc- now has llie largest an(]'best line of Smokers'
Supplies ever in lhe ( ily, and our prices arc ri^ht. Fifty brands
ul cigars lo choose from. I'rice ficon $1.(HIper box up; not made
Ir.sni scrap either.
Meerschaum  Pipes from $3.00 to $10.00
Calabash Pipes from $3.50 Up
Our siock   of  Calabash   Pipes i.s small  on account ol lhe
crop being a failure lliis year nnd quality poor.
Briar Pipes in eases from 81-00 up.
Ask for the famous II. B. B. brand. Kvery pipe is guaranteed.
Cigar aud Cigarette Holders, Cases and Lighters, Pouches,
Asb Trays nud Pipe Racks. Tell us what you want nnd we will
suit you. If you cannot call, phone 37 and goods will he sent to
your home I'or approval.    Buy early while slock is complete.
McKinnon's Cigar Store
Everybody knows him, he will
tell you that the whiskeys we aro
selling are the liest. Call and be
convinced. No household should
be without a supply of our Harvey's Speolnl Scotch Whiskey; our
Frnpln Liqueur Brandy, guaranteed
'■in years old or Blaokberry Brandy
for Medicinal purposes. Our Btock
of choice Wines and Liquors of all
kinds are unexcelled. Sold by all
the leading hotels, or telephone
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Importei s ar.d Dealers In Pure Wines, Liquors, Cigars and Cigarettes
If You want the  latest  in  Spring
Goods be sure and  call at
D. GaUicano, Second Street
Fresh   Seasonable  Vegetables Always Kept in Stock
ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manages
CAPITAL, - $10,000,000
REST, -  $8,000,000
Sewing Machines
A nice new stock of Singer and Wheeler Wilson Sewing Machines
For Sile or Hire
by the month at Manning's.
All kinds of machine needles
H. MANNING.   Agent.
OU  to
. call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
I- ir Bu.<■) Bnd Exporter
Old Town,   -  Revelatoke, B, C
i        nf "ui
hi   of   wcrkiiiK   t.l"Hie»
lof llir   linnll.     I   link' ■
specialty    '•(    1/iJKlng
mii. Sot, Slum
i ml ■' anil • ■ erytlilng
required In vftw bn
Shilohb Cure
am. kn • tups , nttith'*.  enrr* enltlj,  htn\t>
!•  Uuonl nn,J   hint*.  -   *   *   *o «ow
Transfer      Dniyin^
I Handling Fi«nos h  Specialty
Phone 42  -    Night Phone 85
Electric Restorer for Men
I'll US llllOMIll ""' "•' ""' ?*"* In "" l"",»
it xlll V    I'lrnialeir. flgfM .<•   I all «r tint I
a..ttti..t  fatter) a| -MCI      rhnnphoaol        1
UIMWmn,    V'    r III ■ I.l.   n, l.r. toi
tt,    »f,'l*.|l, unm-Mr*—•    Th»*rob«MUlui
bm„ M. caiharlnM. Ont.
One team of  Horess
and one single Horse
weight ibou! 141111 to 1300 lbs.
c.uli. suinlilc for heavy work.
Must bc '-uld tl i'iht.    Apph
to K. HOWSON, Kevelftoke.
With it! Isrpe number of branches, agents and correspondent*, The
Canadian Bank of Commerce is able to effect collections throuphout
the world promptly and at reasonable rates. Rates will be quoted on
Cheques and drafts on all countries of the world, drawn in sterling,
francs, marks, lire, kronen, florins, roubles or any other foreign currency,
can be negotiated at The Canadian Bank of Commerce at reasonable rates.
Record of Progress for Five Years—1906-1911
1900 1911
Capital       ....        * 3,000,000 * 4,000,000
Reserve 3,000 000 4,600,000
Deposits      ....        23,677,730 35,042.311
Loans and Investments         -      27.4o7,090 38,854,801
Total Assets        -      -       -        33,090,192 48,237,284
Hai 83 Brenohcs In Canada, and Agents and Correspondents In all
tho Principal Cities In ihe World.
Interest allowed at highest ourrent rate.
Revelatoke Branch. W   H. PRATT, Manager
Our Doctors Anli-Septic Shoe is Proving a Winner
This Inst is filling a long felt want and its waterproof qualities are standing the test.
We carry a full line of the famous Pene-
tang Shoe pack and all kinds of rubber footwear.
Once a customer always a customer. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Boot and shoe Repairers, SndMicrs Harness Makers
We carry a complete stock of
Furniture, Carpets, Linoleums,
Oilcloths, etc. Get our prices before purchasing elsewhere.
R. Howson & Co., Revelstoke, B. C.
i SATURDAY,  APRIL 13th,   1912
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. 2- H^me Sl Co.. limited
Classy Shoes in newest designs
at a minimum cost for maximum wear.
Such a Galaxy of Lovely
As we we never had before. From Switzerland, from
Germany, from France and Italy— all the new ideas are
here from the Silk Baby Ribbon at 25c per dozen yards
to the most elaborate Sash Ribbons at $1.00.
This is to be a White Goods Tear
We have anticipate the demand and have a complete showing of Cambrics, Indian Head Ducks. Piques
Linen', Muslins, Mulls, Marquesettcs, etc.,
from  Wc. to $1.00
Old Country Prints
and Calicos
The stout wearing kind, and we have found
by test that they arc all perfect washers.
Among the patterns in these Old Country
Prints you will find the new Roman Stripes,
New Coin Spots and the Vari Colors
All 32 inch Goods at pcr yurd 15c.
$10 Ladies' Suits
We don't claim they arc $25 Suits, but thev are a good
serviceable suit in green, brown, blue and black at per
suit $10.00
Hor rock's Bed Linens
Just in from England. These Bed Linens
have been the British standard for two centimes. We have be.>n continually asked for
the^e by peop'e who know them. Come and
look then over if you appreciate good bed
linens.    They will please you.
A Lot ol Shirt Waists go on Sale
Thursday Morning
They are a mixed lot worth up to $3
each.   If you can get one to suit you
the price is $1.00
Groceries and Crockery Department   Do You Know thePassword--"WellDressed"
Garden Seeds
The Springtime is here and with it the
thoughts of sowing, digging and planting. Our
minds turn to the hot Summer when wc were rewarded by the good things we had to eat as thc
results of such labors. We can guarantee you
good results from the Vegetable Seed, Grasses and
Flower Seeds we are handling this year. Our
Onion Sets arc now in as is also all the other seeds
rcquiced for your gardens, lawns and farms.
Fruits and Vegetables
We are receiving daily a large assortment of
Oranges, Bananas, Grape Fruit, Lemons, Cauliflowers, Rhubaub, Green Onions, Ripe Tomatoes,
Cucumbers, Lettuce, Celery, and all the fresh
fruits and vegetables on the market. We get the
best so that you will make no mistake in ordering
from us. Leave your orders early to insure prompt
J Feed
This is one of our GOOD GOODS. In this
department wc arc offering only the best goods,
best values and brst service. Nabob Coflee in 1
lb. Cans, 50 cents; Chase & Sanborn's Coffee in
lb. cans, 50c, 2 lb. cans, goci Mocha and Java,
O O, and Santos, ground while you wait, at 50c.,
45c, and 40c. per Ib. Ridgway's Coffee, 1 Ib.
cans, at 50c.
ams an
a Jelli
Again wc call your attention to the best
brands of Jams and Jellies on thc market. You
need them now ifyou need them at all. Crosse &
Blackwell's in 1 Ib. and 2 Ib. glass jars, 4 Ib. and
7 Ib. cars, Wagstalfcs, Robertson and Heinzes, all
new good stock.
our an	
We always carry a large supply of Ihcse goods.
The Famous Royal Household Flour is our leader,
also the best quality of Oats, Wheat, Bran, Shorts,
Cracked Corn and Chops. Let us quote you prices
and show you samples.
AS soon as you start weari ng20th Century Brand Garments
you will find that you have joined the "Brotherhood of
Good-Dressers.-' The password is, " Well-Dressed." It is
never uttered aloud. You meet a member of this brotherhood
and unconsciously the password "Well-Dressed" is passed by a
silent, appreciative glance. He, too, has but a glance to see
that you belong to the '' Brotherhood of Good-Dressers." And
remember, that a man who knows how to dress well is generally worth knowing. You can approach him, if needs be, with
the assurance that he is alive and courteous.
Ham, Bacon, Eggs
Do you know that Easter Sunday is thc next
Sunday on thc Calendar. We are showing nothing but the freshest eggs. We can procure also
the best qualities of Hams and Bacon. Watch for
our display.
Canned Goods
Purity makes the process of manufacture and
we have been blessed even to a greater extent this
year. In our Vineland brand of Tomatoes, Peas,
Beans, Corn, Peaches, Pears, Plumb and Greengages.    We arc sure our customers get the best.
Do you belong to the "Brotherhood of Good Dressers" or
the "Brotherhood of Bad Dressers" ? Each has its password.
We have given you the password ofthe "Brotherhood of Good
Dressers. The printing, publishiug or uttering of the password
used by the "Brotherhood of Bad Dressers" is contrary to the
statute therein provided,
Just one word more : We are exclusive agent6 for 20th
Century Brand fine tailored garments for good dressers.
Prices, $20.00 to $35.00
Our full line of Spring Window Curtains have just
arrived and wc arc iu a position to supply your every
want, whether it is in Muslin, Madras, white or colors;
netl, white or ecru, or lace, VVe can furnish these cither
by the pair made up, or by the yard widths. These goods
are direct Importation! from the Old Country manufacturers, and thus W« arc enabled to quote you prices
which will discount anything you have hitherto been
Inlaid and Printed Linoleum
Fresh arrivals from Scotland) a complete line of
inlaid and piintcd goods in absolutely new patterns. Vou
can't alloid to miss seeing these before buying. Wc
guarantee to cut these and lay them to your entire satisfaction.
We arc putting on sale to-day, (Wednesday), our
full line Of Union Rugs and Tapestries. These were
extra good values at the Regular Price: now you can't
afford to pass them up. Right near the Millinery Department; after you have seen thc Hats, take a look at
thc Rugs.
I SATlltl-AV.  Al'ItIL  13th,  1912
Wash Fabrics
20 Pieces best English Ginghams,
Prints. Muslin, all warranted fast colors. These are regular 18c. and 20c.
uoods. Sale Price—10c. Per Yard
Ladies' Hose
Ladies' Black Cotton Hose
Sale Price—15c. Per Pair
Curtain Muslins
Scrims. Nets and Muslins
     Sale Price-
]5c I'er Yard
Carpet Squares
x 3 Tapestry Carpet Squares
 Sale Price
Wilton's, Brussels, Carpet Squares	
 Sale Price   $16
New Goods from the East
Just arrived. Keeping our
Stock well up with the
Latest Styles.
revenue for tlie superannuation   (nml
hut to supply pure literature for thc
K. of P. Social
On Wednesday evening last a verj
pleasant time wan spent, thc occae -
ion being a farewell to Bros. Scott
and Porter, who arc leaving thc city
Owing to a Blight illness ot Bro.
Garland, Chancellor Commander,
Bro, Brock kindly consented as acting chairman,
During the evening speeches were j
made hy llros. Cordon, I'orter Van
Home, Rowe, Kincaid and lir. Hamilton. During his address Dr. Hamilton was -ailed away, just ns ho
was Interesting the brothers with incidents of his recent  Southern  trip.
After degrees were conferred, Bro.
Scott was presented with a hand -
some suit case and Liro. I'orter with
a cut glass bowl, Dainty refresh -
ments were served hy the Savoy and
so another pleasant Iraternal even -
ing was brought to a close
i'Aee   Cluh,  In   the
April 24—Toron i
Empress theatre.
May 6— Celebrated Toronto Ladles
Quartette,  Empress theatre.
Msy 15—The Kenny, Harvey Entor -
tainers, Empress theatre.
 ber 7—Managing     Mildred Opera
Co.,   Empress theatre.
Friday, April 19th—The Ladles' Altar Society will hold a whist ti ur-
nament in St. Francis Hall on Friday, April lath.
IM Wl IH Hit!
I'm*.  \\hiii* Clover lion.-, in 5lb. Cans.    This is  something   you
will find awfully nice at Ibis season ul tin- year,
HOME-MADE JAM   In pints ami quarts, glass jars.   Tins  is
absolute!} pine antl well pal up,
SYRUPS   I'urc Maple Syrup in liottles or cans, which wc guarantee lo be tin- best.
MacKenzie Avenue!
Lawrence will    re -
April lT'th, and not
until lurther notice.
Mre. G. Ralph
coivc on Wonday
Mrs. Alice Thomson o! Field,
the city the guest of Mr. aud
Shuttlewood,   Second  street.
is in
Mr. Frank Kappel of Stausw tp lake
bas been a visitor to the citv ibis
week, as a guest oi Mr. a.id Sirs,
Mu J* Thomson and Mr. St. nicy
Kappel. arr.ved iu the city t ifiay
from Glasgow, en route to CeUetu,
SbUSWap lake, and are guests ol Mr,
au.l Mrs. Shuttlewood.
The  Hevelstoke Hardware Company
are setting .,  g 1 example to some
local poultrymen, for they have al-
*.., iy enclosed their thoroughbred
chickens In a wire enclosure in the
Bhow w.ndow. Th" chicks are life
like and 11 Is a alee piece "I work.
Kev, Jas. Hicks ol Salmon Arm.
li b in tin- Methodist church
in Sunday. He is a member at the
"Hicks Quartette" which has sum: so
■ -ally In thc coasl cities. Mr.
ll.cks will sing a solo "Uur Blest lb
Jeemer"  during  the  evening service.
The marriage of Charles Mitchell,
and Anti.e C. C. Hewett. both ol Gol
•len. was solemnized on Saturday
•Vpril  ub. at  the Methodist parson
.-    by  Bev.  R.  J.  Mclntyre.       The
i ippy    couple left   on   the   evening
.  lor     Golden  where they     will
make their bome.
The  Sacred concert  in *.Ue  M.-tlM -
**, --   i'. .!* b  on  T let; ij  • •
»bb   a gr<*at  success    So'wltti u.nJ
<ni the i ■ inter attrai tions,   ■    . *
crowd     I *•:*•* I oul   md
yeti a well rendered ;■*■ .- . n* i. •
leader. Mr?. Dei t. .s to le coag it i
lated on  getting     I  .- - cb     ..
well  : alani ed choir, »o 1 tbeu
Ing on th ** was n i n ■
tbe teaber Tbe * boll »,r «Ui>
*-:r>te! by Mi-, h. ff. McLeod miiVr
Ralph Lawrence, each ot wao-n s.-ng
ii soli * ti tbi lei .'!.' "t the n rtlcnce
\' in- cli ■ ot the i oncer! the choir
were the guest Mrs. Cbss,     K,
J..ndmark   at   the     parsonage,   Where
refreshments were served.
To select awl make the fir*t paynienl on >\ bone* Then you can
move lu aud plan .1 garden, a poulin vard and all Boris ol Lhiufts you
would onjoj during a Summer, if you have a little capital wc can
make il easy loa you t > acquire a home immediately,
" Divorcons"
The Allen Players open their cn -
gagemont at the opera house on Mon
day next, April 16th, presenting
"Divorcons," a hi-irli class comedy
drama,  as their  initial  production.
Regarding this play,  a recent issue
of thc Regina Leader     -ays:—"Many
I discussions  have  been  held  as to tlie
I relative values of  the pulpit and the
I stage  us  educational   mediums.   How
I 10 lie happy, though married,      was
I written by nu  Anglican churchwoman
and  bas been for \ ears accepted ns a
stnndard  work  on  this  mightily    interesting subject, yel  it remained tor
a  dramatist,  the  author  of  "Divor -
;cons"  to  Hnd  the  real  solution.   His
remedy was*.,Indifference.   Thai indifference     that     makes a   woman feel
scorned and  therefore a  tury  for passion.
"As Mmc. Pes Trundles, Miss Ver-
na Felton, played her part with consummate ability. The many subtle
i changes in characterization called
for in the part were amply (ullillcd
by this talented actress, and splendid support wns given her hy H. I.
Kennedy. who played the part ol
Henri Pes I'runcjles, the husband in
the case..
! "As Mmc. Dc Valfontaine, Mrs. P.
R. Allen proved berscll a splendid
chnractcrartist, and the balance ot
the cast gave excellent support. The
whole ol tho Allen Players' reportoire
consists of play-B o! thi6 nature-
good, wholcBome productions of the
very firsl class."
The Allen Compnny will change
their plays nightly duriug their stay
The Ladies'  Auxiliary
Ineera, intend holding a
17th of May.
Hon.   Dr.   Young,   provincial   Ji i r, -
t.iry.  who will be acting  premier ii t
mc tin- absence in England ol I'tom-
lei   McBride, spent  laal  even ng     In
Uevelstoke  on   lis   way   to  the    coasl
Irom Trail.
In   the   rresbyterian   chimb   tomo.-
row  evening  the      choir   will   *■■•
Edward Turner's     beautiful ant lem,
'liie  l.ord  gave the Word, '  .ml  Mi.
Allan Thomson  will sing  " I'he
den City."   Tbe publii   i
Sunday next In tbe B ipl isl
tin- pastor. Rev.  E.  .1.  ' bare,     ■ ill
si tab     on   the lollowing
Morning "The reason in LU
sltudes";  evening  "Pressing    '.i     ind
l< aving behind.." At the clow
evening service the ' d
t.-m will be administered
of the Eng - The members of Naomi Rehckah
dance on thc Lodge No. 21, I.U.O.K., met at the
home ol Mrs. A. McLean, on Wednesday evening April loth, to say d-re-
Wftll to Mrs. P. Hooley. After a pleasant Interval at   ards, the members
presented then* coworker wltb n cut
glass water set and an illuminate I   ,.l
ii -     The .idbre-s     w*n» read    und
banded   to   Mrs.   Hoolej   hy   her      old
time  friend.   Mr*.   Palmer  and  was a
■ ly  worded  expression   of     il.e
love and esteem In whieh Mr- Hooley
is hel.l l,y ber many friends here.  Mrs
Hooley responded in a few well clos
sn word-, expressing ber surprise. |oj
and apprei atioi I thii .:.-■ > ie*.bed
kindness    '•' .-.un"    *
,i  moat
Mr»   Hooley leaves next -xt.t •
Mr, Hooley   Whi •       transferred
sneonver from Ret-eUtoke
C.P Ry.
Coquitiam the Best
Mil  Burns,  head salesman ol    Me-
Tavish Bros., also Mr. Roberts sulcs
man ol the sumo firm, arrived in the
city yesterday. Mr. Roberts hus
travelled trom coast to coast as a
salesman. Speaking to Mr. lto'.iorts
il is very interesting to hear him
speaking of the diflerent towns and
cities in the west ns be snw them In
their infancy, but now great cities,
such ns Winnipeg, Saskatoon, Moose
Jaw, Lethbridge, Medicine Hat, Kd.
monton. Regina, Vancouver, thou vll
luges and towns such us Weyburnc,
How Island, Hosmor, Red Deor and
other towns in Saskatchewan and
Alberta and British Columbia, wliicb
lie spoke ol is surprising. Mr. Rob -
cits ouly arrived in Vancouver on
March 18th, alter a tour ol Alberta
and Saskatchewan in tho interest o(
F. 0. Lowes ol Calgary, and in all
his travels ho is of tho opinion that
Ooqultlam is the daddic ol thom all.
When 1 was in Coquitiam last not u
stick uor stono had been turned, I
returned their about 111 days ago aud
to my surprise the ground owucd by
thc O.P.R, for their terminals, two
miles in length and oue mile acrosB,
was ulmost cleared, Men here, men
there, gangs clearing, grading, track
laying, sidewalks, house alter house
being built, road making. I have
watched muny towns grow but none
like Coquitiam and thc licut ol it all
is they havo not started yet. Just
think of ninety-eight railway tracks.
Oiu- of the lurgest terminals on the
American continent. There the C.P.
R. will have largo round houses, also shops, not repair shops, but will
build their rolling stock right on the
Gets Five Thousand Damages
Montreal, April in—Judge Lynch
awarded Mrs. Edward Walker $.1,000
da nun-res against the Grand Trunk
railway. Walker was an engineer in
the employ of the company and on
December 30, 1310, was in charge ol
an engine running light from Island
Pood to Montreal. At Stl Rocalic,
wocre the double track begins, a
switchman turned. Walker's engine
"iit" the wrong track and it had gone
but a short distance when it collid.
i-l with an Intercolonial express train
live  men  being  killed.   His  widow su-
I  lol   ; in   the     judge     held
that  Walker was guilty of contributed fence In that he should have !
known     that he     was on the wrong
track and in consequence reduced the
demand by one-half.
Notice is hereby given that Willis
Jobn Armstrong, of Revelstoke, B.
C, will apply for a license to take
and use six (11) miners inches of water out of Mill Creek, whieh flows in
a south-easterly direction through
Section 29, Town-hip 20, Range 2,
West ol thc 6th Mori-dan, aud empties into Tonca Watha river, near
Big Eddy, B.C.. The water will be
diverted at 200 leet above C. P. R.
track and will be used for irrigation
purposes on thc land described as 95
acres, pari section 2'J, township 23,
range 2, west of Oth Meridan.
This notice was posted on the
ground on the llth day of April, 1»12
The application will he tiled In the
otlice ol the Water Recorder at Revelstoke, Bf C.
Objections may be liled with thc
said Water Recorder or with thc
Comptroller of Water Rights, Par -
liumcnt Buildings, Victoria, B. C.
Applicant.   ...
We have a most complete line of one, two, or three Ply
Roofing Paper, Building and Tar Paper and Tar.
Which we have recently taken the agency for are highly recommended by our local painters to cover more surface to the
gallon and wear longer than uny other paint on the
on the market.
Tlie following arc the different kinds we carry in sizes
from half pint to 1 gallon cans:—Minerva Pure Prepared Paint,
Minervalac, Minerva Art and Craft Stain, Minerva Interior
Floor Paint, Minerva Barn Roof and Bridge Paint, Minerva
Porch Paint, Minerva Hard Oil Varnish, Minerva Floor Wax
make the finest dressing for polished floors.
Have you tried our "Silkstone" Hat wall color, it has a
finish as hard as stone and as smooth as silk and the surface
can be washed free from dirt without affecting the color.
We stock a complete line of Poultry Netting in all sizes
from 2\ inches to 72 inches and in mesh from a half inch to 2
inches, also Lawn, Field and Barbed Wire Fencing.
Garden Tools of all kinds, Tree Pruners, Sprays, Rakes,
Hoes, Shovels, Forks, etc.
We have just received a complete line of high grade Sporting Goods at the lowest possible prices.
See our Lally Special Lacrosse Sticks, the best ever put
up, extra heavy guard and clock cord, and one combining
strength and lightness.
Our line of Baseballs, Gloves, Mitts, Heel and Toe Plates,
Bats, etc., cannot be equalled anywhere for quality and price.
You will "strike" it right off if you come to us for your
Baseball and Sporting Goods.
Our "Special" League Bat will score a "home run" in
any game.
We do not "pitch" stuff at our customers, but treat politely those who come in to look at our goods whether they
buy or not.   Come in and have a "business innings" with us.
Revelstoke Hardware Co., Ltd.
Howson Block
WANTBD—General  Blacksmith,   good
wages to right man.     Apply Palace
Livery, K. McCarty
Our Reputation and Money Are
Back of Ihis Offer
We pay lor all tho medicine used
during the trial, if our remedy IiiUm
to completely relieve you ol consti - ^
pation. Wo take all tbc risk. You
arc not obligated to us in any way
whatever, if you accept our oiler.
Could anything bc more tuir tor
you? Is thew any reason why you
should hesitate to put our claims to
a practical  teBt? ,
A most scicntilic, common-souse
treatment is Rexall Orderlies, which
arc eaten like candy. They are very
pronounced, gentle und pleasant in
action, and particularly agreeable in
every way. They do not cause -dial' -
rhoca, uauseu, llutulencc, griping, or
other Inconvenience. Rexall Orderlies
nre particularly good for children,
aged and delicate persons.
We urge you to Iry Rexall Orderlies
at our risk.     Three sizes, 10c, 25c,
nnd, SOc. Ilcmembor, you can get Rexall Remedies in this community paly
at  our  store—The  Rexall  Store,  thc
Vi. Hews drug store.
W. I'arry, auctioneer and co-minis -
Blon agent, will conduct an Auction
Halo oi Household Furniture at thc
Corner of Fourth street and McKenzie uvenue, at 1:30 p.m., Thursday,
April IK inst. Consisting of Solid
Oak Sideboard, extension and parlor
tables. Oak lounge, toilet set, bur -
cans and stands, iron nud brass beds
springs and mattresses, stair carpet,
oil cloth nnd linoleum, mnesivc Gal-
ney Oxford Steel Range valued at
$7.1.00-, refrigerator, crockery, kitchen
utensils and a hord of other useful
household effects to numerous to
mention. No reserve Under instructions of Mrs. Payne.
Victor Hornless Machines 6 (rom
i'2f) upwards. Kdison Phonographs,
from $10.50 upwards.—Revelstoke
Music Store, McKenzie Avenue.
library Prohibits Books        AdditioRal Business locals
-1   .....   -
library  as  un -
■I.nit.   Th* announce*
•   •   .
tbe tone ./ union publish
■ •,   ur,d»r  hot fin* Iroir,
Mi 'arcttratt     |-
traniplred  tbat   -M,m*»    ol
, • ii   ,i   Yonre   utri-
'•■r.nir for  Mii       "
account!     lol   tbe  Irom the whole-Mile  i«partmcni "f tbe
W. J. Burn*. ..( the McTaviah Broi
r* al estate lirm ol Vancouver   arriv
. ' .n town on Thureda
Burnt was here a  mon*V
■ ••Mi to California    !!•- inyi tbat Co
quitlam propertj   - in <reai
* *\.*r the west.
-• elate program al tbt Rmprnse i
tint lor   25c.
II. Qranat It the name ol th,-
gave the alarm  nl  lir-
i itmmlngt ilt »eek
• ced Sre at tbe rea    i tbe
,i id
i -mi"' i being not
I v thr tlery Hen-!,
i   ndurt   .a    •
Young •!'
of murh  pi *
The  musical  lervtM  In  'he  Metho
il .at church   'in    Bundaj al  ii am.
..ill Include—Trombone ami aito  luel
rinre is a l.antl" and a solo by Mr
i: Cameron; 7:30 p.m anthem "The
Radiant Morn j and tola "Our Bleat
i ideemei      v "•"■   •'   Hleke.      Mr.
Kirks      will    be the preacher  [01   'be
Methodist   Hook      Hoom    nne     '   •
formal  Mttl       I       ireb worker*
ol  tbt  kn ' ,   puMish-d    and
handled  by  the  lto,,k   Room  that tbe
I the nith
St   WOUM   -ml   the   he.i'lai   •
ai tbe coming     roronto   i-onfi-rcnr*
Hitii. ■ • .        ,   i.       whatever
Rrtggt  it
er.ilrium     Ths   lb",k   Room    In
' intyre's.
Johi eflrii --* ti^ht, at the
Km|ires-s   Monday   night,   6,000   leet,
■ * ■ ■    .-*.** (bt al 30c
,t   Mclntyte't.
treat M»je«t,M Motber't Sacrifice
Bmprtat  theatre  tonight.
RmprcM    tbeatri     tonight— "The
■ m i<-   M   m:., a very   good
Thr  Straight   lb.** in  except
good   I'- Kmpress
• insight.
* •■  Plum   P tdd ug eaeh   I5i
Just  :ee* ved- -
goodt .".'• r  shown      In
.f   inppOMd   to   li"   run   ("i- "'H* -
purpose   of   pr tj   Lawreoet  Hardware  Co.,  Ltd,
1.,nihil  Pound Pocket Editions
IJ0 Titlet   ......             Oc, Imh li
Ralph Con noi - Worksl
De Morgan"*-   Work-     I 1 [Ol U ""
Nrw Spring Books
Worth While
The Measure of a Man  H.2J
(Tale of the Big Woodt)
,  . (Olive Schreluer) .... -B.M
He. wbo Patted
Spcm ir » Sweel Pens In *'ulk
Dwnrl Natturtlum In |"'l|<
Mignonette, large varletj    In bull
will absolutely prevent
hair from falling out.
Smart Clothing for Eastertide
NEW EASTER DERBY    ANO   SOFT    HATS i'i ill thl
l.iu-       id      *   :   .!i.,-.' -.
Spriiu' Hliirla, plain ot lam otoreil   with broken'of
double strip *., fiiini corded material  (rom one dollar np
caster neckwear |u i  tl,  ill  ib,* latest ihadet,
iii itr'iwn oi i;rc n, i'imsk i'hi .. bias itrlpt, narrow  or flowing
SPRING suits and overcoats One hat to tee the
large range to have tn Idea ol tin b.„!■■*. and petternt they
hm'* io i boon from
Fil-Ri-form Clothing Stetson  Hats Foot-Rite Shot)
An Extra Good Buy!
We Have  SIXTEEN LOTS  For Sale In
Inside the Mile and a Half Circle, only Four Blocks from Car Line and Sidewalks, adjoining the Properties owned by the C. N. R. and G. T. P. for yards
and shops. We can show you by comparison of Prices in Moose Jaw
papers that these are a Positive Snap at
$1T5.00  EACH
One Quarter Down—Balance Over Eighteen Months
House on 25ft lot 3rd St. west $1000 Terms
House on 50ft lot 3rd St. east - $2650
House to Rent on Second St. West
House on 50ft lot 2nd St. east -   2800
House on 50ft lot Mckenzie Ave  4100
If you have a House to Rent, we can
Rent it for you.
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