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Vol. 18 -No." 20
REVELSTOKE. B. C. MAIICii 13, 19U
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THE LATEST NEWS BY SPECIAL TELEGRAPH
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Special, to  Introduce,
Dishes to Steam Food
85 Cents
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Scorching
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GOVERNMENT APPROPRIATIONS
REVELSTOKE AND DISTRICT
—j Million Dollars Expended in Revelstoke Hiding for
Public Works, Roads, Trails and Bridges -The
Records whicli Speak for Themselves.
Blue
Hand Decorated
Tea Pots
50c. and 6Cc.
Cut from $1.00
and $1.25
We have just got
thc Agency for the
Diamond
Electric Vacuum
Cleaner
Weight 8 pounds
Only $36
Im
r the
information ,,
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read
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ial record
8, the (ollowing   Btatemenl
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\|M*ii.liiui'('S  hy   tlio
McBrlde   ad-
ininislrat
nil,   nil    pill,III'
works,  romls
trail
H   Kill
bridges, witl
in ih,. Revel-
Kink
•    .1,1
iik during tin
past      nine
years:
ROADS
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    10,800.51
1908
1906
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1906
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1907
1908
18,999.68
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    70,888.26
1910 1911
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1912
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1912
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BRIDQBS
  110,000 00
1903
190*1
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19M
1905
...  .      I.337.-J7
1905
1906
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1906
1907
.....     :2,056 "16
1907 1 i
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1*      |j     |*l    |*l
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1909
1 '.110
13,261.84
1910
1911
...  .   20,725.58
LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO.
Plumbing
limited
Steam  Fitting
Tinsmithing
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i Imperial Bank of Canada 6
Hoad OtFlce
Capital Subscribed
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
Total Assets,
-Toronto, Ontario.
6,000,000.00
5,996.00v.00
5,996,000.00
72,000,000.00
Branches ,>r Ari-hU al all piiucipal nniuu. in l.'.miulii.
Agents in Great Britain and United Hutes—London, Kngland,
LloydB Bank, Limited. Chicago-First National Bank, Corn Exchange National Bank. Soattle-SeatUe Nal lonal Bank, San Francisco—Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank. Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Opposite of $1 aud upward, received, and interest allowed at
current rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch- A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
5- OOO-O-OO (KH><H>O<><><><H>OO<HK>O<>0
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brick wing to the general hospital,
and handsome Bchool buildings, whilst
the district has been ooversd with a
net work ol roads nnd trails, iIohIIii-
e,i in tin' near future to play an In
portant part In the opening up "I the
lertile lands with which Ihis slty is
eurrounded,
The appropriations thin yeat, ail'
considerably in exclss ol the nm-
ounts voted in nny previous yenr,
thus guaranteeing that the work no
ablj bogun will be puHhe.l to completion.
Complaints have been made against tin' McBride government, thnt In
Bpending llii'ii minis with such lavish
hands In tbe process of developing
ih' Interior constituencies ol the
province, they have been moving
,1* .ni ol tbe aetual requirements of
tho districts ns shown by the land
under cultivation, and thnt such large
■inns ol money should hnve been oth
erwise spent, than In catering to
tho needs ol a scattered agricultural
i r mining population. But It is not
hi bt denied, thai the progressive
policy as adopted by the governmenl
i.. always In the past been endors-
c i by tlie electorate, nnd the government, in submitting    again to    the
 pic a  forward policy, are willinR
to leave the vordlct in the hands of
ih.  electorate who have beneOttedto
1905-19H6 ,., 2,500.00   so  greal   an  extent,   by  the  appropri
ations whose Kcnerous scnle has been
criticised by the opposition in the
provlnco. The policy ot tbe McBride
government, is directed towards the
most rapid exploitation of the geu-
graphic and economic advanatges
which nature has so riibly showered
upon our province, and in this policy
the   government   have  only      reflected
Vmong the many Important achieve  the prevailing spirit of the     people
government by  „; this province,   This fact has lieen
1911-1912 12,984.00
1912-UU3  26,000.1 II
RIVER  HANK   AMI  8UBSIDIK8.
1903-1901
l'.inl 1905
1906-1907
1907 1908
1906-1909
1909-1910
2,690 ■*">
2,500.00
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2,-Mhl.iiO
1910-1911      50,697,40
1911 1912   21.471.80
1912-1918       I.',,mi, oo
Buildings   I'.i(i3-lu-ll
S60.801.10
ments credited to the
reason oi these    expenditures,     and
which   win   remain   permanent  bind -
marks of  tbe progressiveness ol  Mc-
Hiil,' administrations are:
The  new   bridge  across  the  I'olum -
ina river, two bridges over ihe lllc-
cillewnet,  new  court   house,   additions
und Improvements including a     new
Nominations
Throughout
Province
The Campaign Opened in
Vancouver last Night
VANCOUVER
Vanoouver, B.C., March l.'l— Both
tbe Conservatives and Liberals opened campaign here last, night, with
well attended meetings. Indications
point, to ii hot lighl, as both sides
ace already throwing out challenges
und minor charges, A largely attend
eil meel ing of government, supporters
was held last night at KiiHilaito. addressed b.v MacOowan, Watson, Tis-
dall, McQulre. Watson made a pur -
t.ic.ularly vigorous speech on behn'f
of the McBride administration, claim
ing tlie last railway policy had
brought active opposition to the O,
P. Ry., and also resulted in the Span
ding of over one million dollars per
month iu Vancouver alone, for wages
and supplies lor various construction
camps.
The Liberals held a meeting m
Pender Hall which was fiiirly well at
tended, at which Ralph Smith, Aid
erman O, W. Bnrlght, Maxwell Smith
Alderman W. s. Cameron and J. N.
Rills, the live candidates nominated
for Vancouver on the Liberal ticket,
nt the convention ol the previous ev
ening made their initial addresses of
the campaign. Ralph Smilh charged
McBride, Tisdall and Cotton with a
change of front, since 1909 In the pre
Vlous house in regard to the measure
to purchase all available railway
lands for settlers at 2ric. per acre,
und being now prepared to buy out
tbe leavings of the railway reserves
for 45c. per acre. Other four candi -
dates also made addresses.
I Li. I). Tnylor, defeated by live votes
ut t.he convention on Monday night ,
has been ollered the Liberal nomination at Kamloops nnd Rossland. Mr
Taylor in understood to have accept
F
clrnrly demonstrated by tbe result of
the polls at succeeding Provincial el-
c,tions, and the forthcoming con -
tM.-t will again show that in these
res-ects Ihe .McUridc administrations
have truly reflected the wishes ol nn
overwhelming majority ,,f people of
British  Columbin.
MORE PUBLIC WORKS
FDR REVELSTOKE
Work on the Wharf to Start at
Once—A. S. Goodeve, I, P.
Manes Announcement
Mrs, A* G, Cfick, First Street
Ladies' Blouses and Whitewear
Arriving Daily
Mrs. A, G, Crick, * First Street
A DRAMATIC SCENE
IN HOUSE OF COMMONS
j    London.      Kngland,     March  lit— A
j dramatic scene occurred in the House
[ol Commons today, when the govnrn-
] ment  were  being criticised for  '.-ipri'-
parcdness for war.   Uight Ron. .'.B.
I Seely,  i'n,ler Secretary ot state f< i
Wat. holding up a    sealed    envelope
.containing information any     mrmlmr
mighl  obtain  under pledge .,[ snni-y
explaining  how,  within  three      dnys,
i.m. nun i,i,*n could  be despatched abroad with ammunition and itorosfor
thr.*,'    months.   I li out demonstration
a. 8. Qoodeve, M.I'., has received
word   that   tb.   Federal   Minister      ol
i'ublic Works has given Instructions
to Immediately   start, work on    thei0' '"" governmenl members followed
wharl   at   Itevelstoke.    lt   is      undei
stood   llmt   thc engineer  Is   now   her,,
and  work  will  In' started at once.
Kor  a  great   inimliei   ol  years past,
Itevelstoke has beeu trying  in      vain
to  have  thiB  wharf     built,  but     uli ■ 7r''"'KI dollars,
their  protests aud  requests lor     at*
tent,.-ii   were   treated   with   the      ut
most Indifference i.y tbe late Domin
During the LENTEN Season
WB WILL CARRY .A i ' iMI'l.liTl*. STUCK OV
ALL KINhS nl-'
Fresh Cured and Smoked Fish
P. BURNS ft CO., LIMITED
TIRED
?
THEN A CUP OF
".BELL BLEND TEA"
will n (reall vou with Its  bright,   uplcj
Ilium ami Iriigniiiiy.     Sold   in   1   ||,
Price,
35c, 40c. and 50c. per Ib.
G.
W. BELL
P. O. Box 208            GROCER & BAKER            Phono No. 23
ion government, llut time has cluing
ed things at the Capital. The federal
treasury lienches are now occupied '
b) another claSN ol milliliters, broad- '
minded, and th-OM who will give
British Columbia and the Ui-velst,,ke
district a  Ian   and   s.|.ian   ileal.
It is stated aiitboi it,vel) that tbe
build,ng ol this wharf ut Itevelstoke
is only one ol many important pul,
lie improvements thut will be accomplished by the nonunion government
In  the near  luture.
this announcement,
I   Santa     Barbara, Cal.. March   1::—
I Two  lives   were   lo-t      whon   oil   tnllk
steamer Roeecarna went on rocks yos
terday with a total loss estimated at
MINERS HOLD A 4-HOUR
SECRET SESSION
AVIATOR TO ACCOMPANY
SOUTH POLE EXPLOiriON j
Hoi,art,  Tasmania.   March   1.1—Ship
Aurora,   which  conveyed   Capt    Maw
son,    M. 1).,  and  membership  oi  tbe
Antartir Kxjicdition  to the      vicinity
of the South Pole, returned here to
daj Captain hm . in i barge ol the
vessel stales Uawaon'l party lundel
Christmas Day and another party under Dr. Wilde, veteran ,,i Bbackleton
Expedition, in ahotbd place on coast
both t.. tr. to reach i".i.      il lamei
Auiora  t,, return  lol   them.  With  lir.
ItawaoO'l   pari *,     .   I   . .tenant   Wat
kin-    noted  ST ,!■■!.   « bo lias  *i   in.M.
oplnne  with   Which   he  will   tl y   to Ily
to   be i',.i,     when »it:
distant
London,   March  1:1 Uritish   Mine
owners  and      representatives of  Coal
Miners  l'i   held four hourH secret
session yesterday, presided over by
Premier Asqulth, hul readied no settlement, another session commenced
at 11 a.m. today and hope is expres-
ed by those attending lhc meeting
that basis of settlement will be reach
el to stop the nation wide COalstpUtS
which has thrown two and a ball
million men oul ol employment. The.
Welsh and Scottish owners are very
stubborn, or dispute might have lieen
'Cttled yesterday. The North KaHtern
Itnilwny has already suspended two
boiiHand trains and Atlantic mall
steamers are unable to cal, and are
tying up at the wharves. Allan Liner Lake Krie is the lirsl lo tie up,
wns due to sail yesterday.
VOLCANIC ERUPTION
Sew Volk. March Ki—Special despatches from Colon from thc Division
i Kngineei I ben* report that Htenm and
, sulphur, anl later smoke, ih Issuing
I from Volcano which ban lnid dorm
Hnt for centuries, and underlie! Cub'
i'ui There is n ver] iiosslmis-
, tie leelinr lien* Irom action of vol-
I e.iii,,,     since  it   Is  feared  nny   slight
I volcanic activity mny endanger buc-
cess of woik on canal.
ed  Rossland, and will start for Inter
ior at once to commence cumpaign.
VICTORIA
Victoria, U. O., March i;i—Conservative nominating convention held
here last night, chose Premier Mc -
Uridc, H. II. Thomson, H.K.W. llohn-
scn and'Fred Ravcy as their candi -
dates out of a Held of live. This is
the same quartette as represented the
Capital city in Ihe last house. 10n-
tbiisiastic speeches were made by the
candidates, und other well known
Conservatives also spoke on the issues of tli,. campaign.
VERNON
Vernon, 11.C, March l;t-Hon. Price
Ellison received unanimous nominu -
in.n of enthusiastic convention held
here last night, delegati-H being presenl from nil parts of the Okanngau.
The Liberal convention is slated for
tonight, but it is likely they will decide not to run u candidate and the
result of the election is a foregone
conclusion.
GRAND FORKS
Grand Forks, March 1*8—At au enthusiastic convention held here yea -
terday, Krnest Miller, who represented this constituency In the lust house
haa again been    unanimi
to carry the     Conservati
In the coming contest.
usiy chosen
'e standard
FERNIE
I'Vrnie,
meeting
B.C., March l«—
Of   the     Mcllinb
The b
and
ottest
party
tour of the province, was held last
night, when ne addressed a big crowd
in the local theatre, a large proportion   of   the   audience   being   socialists.
Frequent Interruptions were flrcd   at
the Premier which be handled in his
ready witty style to tlle apprecia -
tion of the audience. Hon. Bowler
hud a good reception and spoke free
from interruptions, Hon. W. Ross
also mude a lighting speech, and Wm
Davidson, Socialist candidate, was
very woll received, speaking from the
same  platform.
STEAMER LEBR0
LONG TIME OVERDUE
Victoria, H.C., March 111—Much anxiety is folt regarding the safety of
the steamer Lwbro, whicli left Vic -
toria, February Hist, with a big cargo of lumber for Northern Lighthouse
Construction, A piece of lifeboat hns
d i'i ft .il ashore on the north enst
coast ol Urihnnie Island, und about
'10,Hen feet of lumber have al*) drifted in at the same place. Ralvagc tug
William Jolirte lum been ordered to
March vicinity lor traces of steamer
wreck,
PAINT
Wo havo just put into stock a carload of Sherwin-
Williams' Paints including inside and outside
paint in all shades. Varnishes for all purposes,
Oil Stains, Enamels, Floor Paint, Shingle Stain,
in fact everything necessary for Paintiug and
Decorating. We have handled these Paints, also
their own make of Linseed Oil for years, and
there is nothing in the market to equal thom. If
you want to p, i value for your money see that
Sherwin-Williams' name is on the can.
All colors in Alabastine.    Paint Brushes, etc.
BOURNE BROS,
I
ts.
Grocers
llAKIIWAPK
Plumbing
n
Mclntyre's Store
Chickory, Pure Old Country, per packet
Heinze's Sauer Kraut, per lii
Chiver'sPlum Puddinar reduced to
New Arrow Root Biscuits, per lb
20c
15e
4">c
25c
Mclntyre's Store
FISH
Fresh Fish and Smoked Salmon,
Halibut, Cod, Soles. Herring, White
Fish, Smelts. Haddie. Kippers,
Bloaters, Norwegian Herring.
Revelstoko Meat Market, Ltd.
Men's Suits
New [Spring Styles
They are smart enough to
hold their own in any gathering.
Splendidly   made of finest
Tweeds and Worsteds.
Pnces from $20 to $35
McRAE
Mercantile Co., Limited
The St\li*s M>„i> lor Men and Hoys
Prize Eggs for
Early Hatching
E. G, Woodland
I P. McLean
Best Strain of Brown Leghorns, single and Rose Comb,
and Parfidge Wyandotte
Eggs.
P. O.  BOX   181 v.! DNKl DA^    " ^CH  I il
TH;E   MAIL- HEBALD,   REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, MARCH IStU, i'"'-'
(rz
7%
Some Snaps in Local Realty
House and Two Lois 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
GOOD BUYS ! EASY TERMS I
^
The Revolstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
  J)
Z\k flDall-lberalb
PUBLISHED   fl El SE8DAV   AND
SATUHDU   if
REVELSTOKF..  B.   C.
Jntertoc publlsbtito Company,
Limit od
j.  K.  JOHNSON,  M  nagoi
RALPH 0.  SCROTON,  Editor.
Land notices -J7.M. All advertisements subject to the approval ol
the management.     Wanted      ami
Condensed       Advertisements   ;   —
Agents Wanted, Help Wanted, Hit
uatious  wanted.    Situations    Vacant, Teachers Wanted, Mechanics
Wanted, 2b *»ordn or   less,    25c,
each     a.i.litii>ual     line  tu cents,
Changes     il   standing advertisements   ium.1i   be   tn    by 9 a.  tn.
Tuesday and Friday oi each week
to BL-ciire good display.
CORRESPONDENCE! invited on matters ol public     Interest,       Communications to Editor must     be
Accompanied    by    name ol writer
n,.t   necessarily    lor   publication,
but     ae    evidence ot  good   laitli.
Correspondence should  ho briel.
BTJB80RIPTION RATES
Including postage to England,  United Statep and Canada.
By the year i through postoffice) $2.50
ADVERTISING   RATES.
Legal    notices ic  ceuts per Une Brat
insertion, j cents per lino      each
subsequent   Insertion.      Measurements  Konparlel   (12  lines    make
one inch.!       H'.urc and     general
business announcements t2.<50 per
Inch per niunth.     Preferred positions.     2b     per cent,  additional.
Births, Marriages uud Deaths, 50c
each insertion
' WEDNESDAY, MARCH Uth
I'.u J
Tomorrow,     Thursday,  is nomlna
*.  another  t wenty toui
the i ami e ■•'. tbe     can I,dates
thi   coming     contest   throughout
thi   ; • ■'• nee  will  l,e  before  the elec-
I
I'p i    tl    timi % to   press
we have be to  obtain    re
I *i
■ ••' can * the 1      ral  party     In
tend to put in I t the
t cil
etween
. •■•:.-* *, ol     - ■ irees   upon
Vancouver.
• ■  put ■
ird ol a iu    ticket        I   •
*   * tlvltj   prevails in the
- v there Is talk ol
b lul      ticket Ioi
three i I tot  Vancouv.
• ••'   the   ll I
.-I.-    y     the
The '    - rl!
■ ■ ■-..*.
roach I ■    • •
that
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••   thi.
b
ll   1   nlliison, I' irk,   \    Lunde .,
r    lb an.
I„     Third   I!.*.*.l*i    i.   Maley,      i
ll    Blinv     !'■    Scott,       I.
11 i'h  - ,1  Rendci ■ li     Tapp
0. Field     I   Mel   oil ,.       «    Vi Ullard,
11.   Iliad   hitt
Low -;.m.,n*l Reader I Morgan, v,.
Abrahamson, M, Hamilton, V, Mad
den, li   t mytbe,
High Firsl Readei. J. MeKinnon
v,    Dunn    M    Daniels,  G.   Campbell,
M.   Shaw.
Low Firsl   Rendi i -C.   Vbrnbntni on,
\. Needham, F. Watson,  D.  Holten.
11 gb Second  Pi imi i    IC.  Dradsbaw,
IC   Lilly,  p,  Cowan, Cl, Trimble,  W,
i   n 	
Low Hi run.I Pi inii.    11   v, illlam ion,
A. li,an ne,  n. Jom ■
High   Fii-Bt   Imumi    !•'    Mine,      S
Dui ridge,  .1.  Mainprise,  N.  Ci .* imnti
M   Mlckleson,
Low  Firsl   Pniui'i — T.  t'oullln,     \.
Warner,     0.  Lilly,   I. Trimble,      J.
Ham	
RELKIRK   SCHOOL.
Low   Third   Readi r—0    Lundell,   D.
Porla,   Put   Skene,   T   I!amo ...    8.
Moran,
lio;h Becond Reader—L. Hobsoti, |
M. lioodwin, i'. Cashato, C. Johnson I
VI, Laughead, <
Low Second Reader—D. RuBhtord,
I*'.   Prey, C. Laugbead, !•'. Curveon.J.
UllZ/O
High First Readei - L. P.. ch R
Ueech, M. McMahon, M. Laing M.
p irta.
l ow     Fii .i    Readei    E,  Fn ),      IC,
c inio/.v... .1. Moran,  *i   Ci awlord, C.
I'.ll.lM.'.ZI
High  Second  Pi Imci    E   McClen
inm.  li.   Purvis,     I',.  Donaldson,  i'i.
Youug,   I.*   Mon .son i.   .1.   Bei' ll
Low   Becond  Prime)   C   Kin
J    Mlllrr,        Hell,i      C11,son.   Harold
Portel *.  Fern  Donaldson,  P,   I
High    First    Primer   \    Polii
M ickinrot,  li.  Rowletl    R. T irk   (A
Corning,  It.  Lawi *
Low  First   Readei    E.  R
M * lai    W.  Porter,  I.   i
ry    Class   J   Cai cellii •
. i. .   F    Fletanti    M
T.   Pugsley,  i It.  Kiev    *i    .,
moni   to substitute lor the allowance
In hen oi the lands the Oder n ado by J
i he  Laurier     govornm'enl   In    Mai i b,
19 111
Mr,   Rogers  rnpliod  thai   lh Ilor
lias already heen I'ejocted by the Hnn
itolm legislature,  A'lter somo Inilher
.li'l.-.l m   Ml'.   Hor.len   spoke   and   lh" anl
oudmcnl   was declared  lost, liter
some clerical errors had In en ami tided the bill »*is reported Irom committee. 'I'he lined rending is s.l. tor
'I'll, s.lay.   The   liOUSO   then   went   into
i upply
RECEIVER
APPOINTED
For the Dominion Sawmills Co.
Here this Week.
\ nncouv '.    March  9—Th iws    Ib
reported here thai tho Dominion Baw
null,, r*. Ltd ivlth head office at
tl ivelstoki ecu placed In     tho
,i.:    u( n     ceiver in  London,  Ens
.ud   ,, i Mai *    i   li is unknow n hi i
vhnt cau id ion, as tl ■  com
pany . no with an   mth
Bed cap! I *   million  dollars
enc »Itli  two millions
outstanding and llvo million oi dtnnry '
with aboul  tour million outi tand ng,
i!so  ,.ne  million   i*.muds   lirst   moid -
gugc dobenl urea    ub ci Ibed  In    Eng -
Inml.
Lord Desborough was chnli man of
rectoi
\ mooting was held here yesterday
hut th"    participants    refused t.. .u
vnii;e whal  occurred,     The company
is  ono ot  thc largest  lumber      con
. i ii   in the coast  province with ■ >i>
out   live  billion  feet  ol  Btnlidlng   Inn
her .md ki\ large sawmills along the
main line of thc C.P.R., capable   ol
one inm.In,l an.l inn  million i.*. i  an
nual    output.   According to   reports
b. re,    Blr    William     Pender has  been
nppointed   receiver.—Calgary   Herald.
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St. Patrick's
Entertainment
Opera House, Monday March 18, 1912
PROGRAMME
PARI   i
1   OVERTURN   "Irish  Airs"   McMnhon's Urdu  lis
J. SOLO...        "1-lusheen" Miss Blanche McCnrtv
3. IH'liT "Tlie I'iccanuiuiea"	
Miss Hyla Tonillusou and Master Praucis Bourne
I.  1 -AKA Ii.l'l. BARS   Gyintiustic Display Tin* Five Shamrocks
5, SOLU "Vnllci oi Laughter"      . Miss Vrnnccs Law son
6, nl VK'l'l :i' 11-. "Killarney"	
M,,.Inin*   |ii*ni utul Siiuurelirlggs, Messrs. Allen . onl Lawrence
.    Illi,ll HAR   Gymnastic Display    .    .       . The Five Shamrocks
PART 11,
iiVRKTI i:i     .*,!., nous..        .......Mi Malion s On In
" Don Padii> de Bazan"
An Irish I
CASH
PATRICK MAGU'.Kli,aliasUon l'aild   ■ i. I .,..,u    Frank J   Vutcrsoii
LORD M kYOH i IP  Dl I '• 1 IN    .... . W. .1. Frasei
S1U I HAS   I'.dl.lH.i'tt UR  * * .......   J, Arthui  i ulev
CLARUTT I  Nli-s Kolhlei n I'liisci
CAPTAIN ill   TIIR GL'ARD William Gaul bier
SULD11 v •  M. vv- Mnlnven, Fred Gibbs
synop; IS
;-,, a.  :    ' ')* *  r p,    Don 1'inlil;  plays the Gall,nit.
s,*i ne .' Prison,    "Oui of llle In ing pun inlo thi  lire'
Scene Court Yard oi Prison,    "Where is in;  li.i'
•*-.,, in* I Room in Prison,    A matrimonial imxup.     "> sirnnge
weililinu, nnd *i grave exi i nlioii,
S,*, p.. Lord Mayor's llllice.     l.iltli   Mull}      evident!      Don
l'ml,ly iin ii i lips}.
god savi   rm   I* NG,
NO     TASTE  THERE
A niiin livii    Iii '      ' loke lum *.  Farm on which  he rirscd
n . lim ii * *. - und wns preparing to kill them,
We will muke "luuu, bacon,  lard,   aautatre,   lnnd  i h *ese  and
crilpple,"  III     . inn nn. id   lo    Ins   a,llllll Illy;   [llllll}',   ainl    ll e
evei lull Ui! si|iieal
That uight Ills sou culled nl the Music Store, McKenxle Ave*
linuglitnii i.li-on i'ii,nn. inpii; when he arrived bonn lie lold
his fiilbei llist they could now keep the squeal ns lie had gol
the only instrument ol which aiivone nud everyone enn make
Record's,
Kevelstoke Music Store,       J. Bingham, Prop
JOOB «■«.: -awjww.tttut y^jKMraaMraaDMuuMaaiMi
Rosedene Nurseries
Revelstoke. B. C.
House Plants, Ferns, etc.
Cut Flowers, Roses, Carnations, etc
Thos. Newell, Prop.
Designs  Box 51
Phone 2'J5
BUMimwiwt'1
FURNITUR
We carry a complete stock of
Furniture, Carpets, Linoleums,
Oilcloths, etc. Get our prices before purchasing elsewhere.
R. llowson & Co., Revelstoke, B. G.
Yrs! The Ladies do Smoke
Montreal, March > Ves, th oi Ictj
ladl ol Montreal are rapidly becotn
•m* *, colIncrs, They have thc " ily
ii-nnll.   "    Some   ,.|   llieni   Bmokl    11
verj cleverly, others merely Btnokeit
oponlj.
The   vera,i'l    ..1   the   fashionable   to ^^^^^
bnccoitista  ol  tin   city   *-  that     the durlu8 ""' trinl- '•   ' '''•"'*.   In   *
*ii ite     ladles'  tra.I,—though  nol   to complete!)   rellevi   you i,l  ■■ui,8tl
trade  In ladleB'  cigarettes-    has   ,,.,t,,„,.   u,*   take  all   th    •* lr,   \ or,
A FAIK OFFER
Your Money Bauk  if You Arc
Nut Satisfied
We pay lor nil thc     medicine
ii i—————    i
I *l*n*   ID   ,	
become somethlns  well  worth having   _,,..  . ,	
;  i moke  thc  liesl   no   cork
* ipjii il  Ultccn  centci    lor  them They
wanl  the expens vc Tolks,
Some ..f the tobaccoi    ts   nbv cal
to the soctel rade talked
In i    - customers
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Ol        It.
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That's   a      mighl      bl    "I
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I '« .111   1 .1 llMM 'ne     111*   I *
"Yes."      said   one.   "wo  do  „   very,     A       ""   '
trcatmenl   Is   Uexull   Urder'.l       winch
are  eal nd; ir act ivi
principle Is n recent  sclc ii 'lc ...   ■ \
and
I pai
BUDGET SPEECH TODAY
,,.,*.   little trade  with  the ladies   We
frequentl
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"Ol
t0 come  to tbe l.ot.1.  take  a  room,   ^   B|ltull)DCe   gripiI1K> or .„„       :„
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t;le|ih.
.nnl  form
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V. by  do  I he boye  always   buj   I
«.i -..hm ai   Howi  .*.      Because  Ihey
..:■■ ays | mi   what   i hey want.
the   Itevelstoke    Nurseries    l..r
Cut Flowors. Phone ... t   .*
llowson    .'.•   Co.   have the lai   *  I
i ii I*. ol  trail  paper  In  the eil..
: lie i   stock  belore  purchasing
whore.
See our display ut muf1 and
bed ling,     i lue third   ol your liie is
.   in  bed,     why nol  Bpcnd  ii   in
i ilort mi ..ne ol Howson's (.-It mat
ll.     '.".:.
I loiiscwlfe   Stop cleaning old
smoky lamp chimneys send lor om ol
HI in w OG sniiille power white li^lit
burners, cut. the coupon out In our
big ad in Ibis paper today. National
Light  Oo.
MUSIC—Miss JobnBon, pupil ol A.
i. k.i: V.M., London, is prepar
i i i.it e n i :n i *l number ol pup
lis for tuition in music. Por terms
apply at the residence ol J. K.
.1, hnson, Brst In.use west of the hospital.   Kirat  street.
CTJT   PLOWEES
Wi   .u<- speciuli i* ■■   I"    «U   varieties in Season
ol i ui  i-'iinui -..    Uur  showing   i:- unsurpassed,
Come and iuspet t Ioi  yourself,
FUNERAL  DESIGNS A SPECIALTY
REVELSTOKE NURSERIES
W. 11. I'OTTRUFF,  Manager.
On South Road, Halt a Mile from Town
"W^JSTTIED ! DVLEIST
Merchants, householders and others
read every word ol ibis advertise
ment and not*' our list ol Specials
lor l'Vbtnary, tor this is Yonr Op-
poi i un it \ to save money by placing
your orders ni « ifore the rush ol
the Spring Season.
To Merchant Wo can iill yonr requirements (or showcases, counters,
mouldings and turnings ol all description, drawers, filing cabinets, ..'.
desl ml Is, shelving and
partitions,    plain  and  fancy      Bheel
I      . etc.
To Householders and Others— This
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WAKTED
Ottawa      March     ■   ;
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«I ti      will  delivei   his first
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day.
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your chance to t;et all kinds ot in-
t.'iior finishings, hot bed sash, mould
iii^s, cupboards, kitchen eabinets.
tables and Btools, Blnkboards shelving, sliding doom, paint, varnish and
iiais,iinine, roofings, building papers,
window and picture glass, etc.
Material and Workmanship are the
hest, and our prices are the lowest
possible. All orders, whether large
or small, receive prompt attention.
E timates lor all kinds ol Constructional Work, freely given. Phone 261
or write us, P. O. Box 295, better
Still if possible, pay us a personal
visit.   Wc shull he" glad to seo you.
The Revelstoke Sash and Boor Factory
Cl.n. I). SHAW, Prop. '"        v'     "'
V. 0. »o
Phone No. 261
Budi.1tja LuurtL5
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To Rent *    near Y.M.C. \.. comforl
five    room   dwolllng,       11. N.
I   Metal  in *••
Found on  McKenzie,   Owner  .an  have  sain,*    by
proving property and pnylag advor
bj  applying to A.F.
.    Lundell,
In Victo
pi rty.   Wc hnve lot-*, hou
■i     mini      dl!    ,     aial
. ,pcrl *.   toi    ale,        \ ic-
even   '  *■
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olicitcd,        The
i ,     i mi nl   '***.••. cj
ii.i i, H.C     i.
nl  Level'
People of Revelstoke, Do Not Be Downhearted
We have the Resources. Capital will come to us
BOOST!    BOOST!
In the time of Peace. Prepare for War.
Now is the time to place money in Revelstoke.
Do nol wait for the coming raise.
Call and See Me  Before Investing.
W. B. ROBERTSON
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11  •'   fourth Reader—K. Mi K
8,  GaUicano   ll   Calder,   K   Bourne,
W.   Smythe.
Intermediate fourth Readei it.
Tapping, H. Hack. K. Donaldson, L.
\n.|ei.M, i\\ McDonald i, Q Tomlinson '.
I...U    Fourth  Readei    M.  Lawn neo, :
M   Whlttaker, It.  Rushford, W. Klem.
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Mi. olivet Followed  ■ .ii   o    ■ .  d
COMING FVFHTS
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HARVEY, McCARTER
AND PINKHAM
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Tinsmith Repairs, "o* Air, Piri
and Furnn'-o worU
WORK    SHOP
maught Ave   -   Rov*»istt,(«o
THE GHKAT-WEST LIFE ASSURANCECO
ENDS   NINETEENTH   BUSINESS
YEAR WITH $67,969,432 OF
INSURANCE IN FORCE
The fullowiuK were prominent features of  tbe bnsincsb lor  l'Ml   the
('..inpalo   ■   nn. 1  --in I. *   Inl  m.i.
1.    I*.ii,   it**   ficM-worl   and a wi,|. *,].*. nan, I   for   proDtnble
lal,   I       i.i.        ,  ..,!,,ial., I Al PLICATIONS RECEIVtO $18,032,040
Tlii .    usIiicbk iiiiiI the pendbtence ol  well-satis.
...i       . holders produced a GAIN FOB THI VIAR ol   $11,044,305
Die SURPLUS earned In 1911 wai      S442.074
I,   THE INVESTMENTS again earn ovei 7c. wlteput a dollar
lost ami in lh .si acceptable securities.
i,   A direful seleetion of risks and  good   fortune,   again  result  in a
iim.i.,i.i. MORTALITY, about 50c. ol tbe "expected," according lo the
. m i.i tables,
ECONOMY   consistent with thoroughness and enterprise   has again
m   EXPENSE RATE8 low.
All conilucintf to auccruu in the lirst aim of
The    CREAT-WEST   tlFE    ASSURANCE   CO.    to
Provide sounil protection at Lowest Cost and
with liiKbo'.l profits to Policy-Holders.
...Mi him, -., Ing success, The Great-West Life has been doing
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HEAD OFFICE   Winnipeg, Man
" Roport for 1911'   to be issued shortly,   nnd for "Prolit.*<
i pr im    showing Results to The Great-West Life Policy- WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18th, 1910
THE nVL^IL-IIER^LXJ,   REYEILSTOKE
WEDNESDAY   MARCH Hth, IMS
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£
Vs
1 UNIT OF BIG TERMINALS
TO BE BUILT IT ONCE
C. P. R. Will Spend Over Half
a Million on Coquitiam Improvements During This
bummer.
("World," Feb. II, 181J)
Ono completely equipped unit ol
the mammoth new Coquitiam term -
mul scheme IB to  be constructed    hy
tho Canadian Pacilic Railway during
the coming spring uud summer, according tu an announcement made
today by Mr. Qeorge J, Uury, vioe-
preeldent und genernl manager of tho
t'.l'.U., who in in the ci'y on an in
Bpectlon trip ol improvements that
ure contemplated In the Weet goner-
ally, and Vancouver and Coquitiam
in particular,
The expenditure tbut is lo be mude
this yenr alone In Coquitiam in the
installation and erection of one uult
of thc company's terminal plant will
umount to over *$G00,000. Uut tbut
will be only a start, Mr. Uury declares. Thc entire big terminal BCb-
cmo Is laid out io units, to he constructed as the increase ol traltic demands. The Qrst of these units,
which is to bc completed next full,
will comprise a round house, about
38 miles of trucks, car repair shops,
paint Bhop, mucbine shop, temporary
bunkhoiiBC for thc men, coul bunkers
nnd suck other minor buildings and
equipment as are necessary (or the es
tublishmcnt ol terminul facilities ou
such a large scale.
Eventually there will he lour or live
units, aud about ninety-live miles of
tracks ut thc company's Coquitiam
terminals. Hut it hus all beeu designed ou the unit priuciple, and the
units will lie added und the terminal
facilities increased us the growth of
commerce and truffle warrant it, Mr.
Uury emphasized the fact that in establishing these terminul facilities at
Coquitiam the company wns planning
not only foi wonderful growth and
demands ,,( Vancouver's world-wide
commerce during tbe noit lew yearB,
but even wimt the commerce may Increase to when the large proportion
ol the trade that is expected to follow tho opeuing of the Panama Canal  is directed  this  way.
Have You Money to Invest?
I made Five Hundred
Dollars for Clients who
took my advice about
Coquitiam last week.
SEE ME AT ONCE.
DON'T DELAY
John D. Sibbald
Agent Royal Financial Corporation, Ltd.
OFFICE   OPEN   EVENINOS
HOW FIVE MILLION
DOLLARS WILL BE
SPENT THIS YEAR
Details of C. P. R. Expenditures Between Vancouver and Field—Railway to be Double-tracked Out as
Far as Hammend—Arrangements
for Busy Season's Work in Yards
at Coquitiam
"l'rovinec,"   Jan.  U,  1912).
Approximately |j,000,lWU will he
spent by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company during the present, year
for improvements nnd new construction work on its main liuo and bran
ehes west ol Field, ths easterly boun
duly of Uritish Oolumbia division.
Thn*   ib uu     authoritative  statenuut
received from ^inuipe*? by 'he operating and engineering depart ments ol
lb.,   railway  company.
DOUBLE   TRACK    AT   1UMM0MD,
The line between Kamra ..id uud
Vancouver Is to be double-tracked at
an expenditure of about I'lOjOOO,
AT    CUyt'lTLAM     TUK,    LATtOUBT
EXPENDITURE WILL BK MM)B
Here tbe company has decided to
put luto operation a part ol their
extensive plans for making tins ". ne
ol the liirjjent terminals in thn Uo -
minion. The full development ol the
terminal Bite will not be accomplished at once, imt tbe appropriation
this year is sufficient to keep large
crews ol men at work lor the year.
A   twelve-Stall   round   house   is to be
constructed In addition tu u coaling
plant and water service, Twenty-Bve
miles of track lor yard purposes will
be laid this year and everything done
to provide CtKiuitlam with complete
terminal   facilities. An    industrial
trunk line Irom the yards into the
townsite is to be surveyed in tbe
Course of a abort time, and will be
constructed in connect.on w,tb the
other work at Coiiuitlam.
Two subways, In accordance with
tli-e iiirreement with the municipality
of Coquitiam are tO Iw built. They
are to l»e located ou the eastern end
d the company's property on tbe
Dewdney  Trunk   Road.
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WM
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BRITISH
COLUMBIA
ELECTIONS
The Cranbrook Conservatives
Endorse Tom Caven
At a most enthusiastic meeting ol
Conservatives held in Craubrook on
Thursday the Railway Policy of the
government waB highly commended,
nnd entire confidence in ibe I'rcmier
nnd his general policy, and satisfaction with thc work ol the member,
T. P. Caven, M.P.P., was unnnim -
OUSly expressed, ns was the general
desire also that no other uamc should
be ollered at thc nominating convention, nnd it is expected that Mr.
Caven will be returned for the Craubrook district  by acclamation.
At thc meeting, A. E. Watts, of
Wattsburg, submitted a proponal for
the more rapid development of tho
agricultural resources of the Provinco
Hever/il speaker-s expressed their ap -
proval, and a resolution was passed
requesting Mr. Watts to submit the
proposal to the Premier for his consideration, fn submitting the matter
to tbe meeting Mr. Wntts said that
whilst we all admit that the rapid
expansion or construction of rail -
ways is of the greatest importance
permanent prosperity cannot lx" attained if wc do not provide some -
thing for them to transport. Mines
and timher become sooner or later ex
liausted, hut thc productive cnpnclty
of the soil remains with us If properly eared for; and that the proposal
he was submitting could lie made
to answer thc claims of those who
curse capital mid preach socialism us
the cure for all Ills and abuses, that
this was b practical form oi social -
ism, nnd DO man need he without
profitable work, ami the poorest man
Could really licrome a working partner with the state or province.
There ran Iw no dllTcrence of opinion as to the most urgent nceils of
the province lieing population and
capital to develop her magnificent ro
Sources, nnd thnt large cHIcb ate
being developed much more rapidly
than the OOUntry'l resources upon
which the citiiiH must, rtdy eventually
for their Biipport and Hiihslstancc.
And unless the agricultural Capablli-
lies of tlie country are developed In
proportion to HM growth Of the rlt-
ies this province Is more than likely
to    moot    with the Hiunn conditions
pyw lU'erftUiUg iu Spokane and Heat-
He, and other large cities iu tbe U.
H., owing principally to thc great development of cities, and thc surround
ing country having little or no earning capacity,
The tirst essential thing to produce
permanent wealth Is agricultural. A
country composed ot small farms
with industrious people is thc most
Quickly recuperative after adverse cir
eumstances or great catustropbics.
Franc.. nfter the disastrous war with
Ucrmai,. . . Iter rapid recovery pro
vides an object lesson in tbat respect.
Uritish Columbiu bus ibe uu.level -
oped land, but a.-companled with lie-
advantages, thc most formidable being the great cost of clearing laud
and preparing it lor cultivation, and
this is the prineiplc reason v'iy wu
are behind in the competition fol
population and capital iu comparison with the prairie provinces, and
this will continue unless some effort
is made to attract the mdiiBtriou-
man with small capital, and im.kc it
possible for him to exist whilst work
ing to convert the forest into atalic
land with an earning capacity.
Uritish Columbia imports neatly
twenty million dollars worth of ag -
rictutltiiral products pcr annum, consequently cxtriivageut prices are
charged to residents in the cities aud
yet we have ihe land which can produce more than we need, nnd could
export instead of import. Is aot this
problem worthy of the serious consideration of a great Statesman, tbc
Solving of which will place him in
tho front runks and leave the puerile
politician leagues behind lu tbe estimation id tbe present nnd coming
generation?
From a Bound business-like standpoint it can he done, nnd for tbis
mnny thanks arc due to the nblo
management of public aflnirs by tbo
govermn. nt of this province. Wc now
have a surplus in place ol the former
deficit, the surpluB of $8,000,0"0, if
left with a bunk will earn three pcr
cent, per twiuutn. Can any tangible
objection he raised against the gov -
ernment investing a part ol thiB
siiridiis for the purpose of ussisting
poor industrious men to tnrae nature
and to convert tbe now useless land
Into ils possible earning rapacity and
feed tiie Increasing population of the
cities at ii reduced cost ? That is
one advantage, hut. many others will
follow.
I suggaaf that the government
should tend money to bona Bde set-
Hers nl s |„<i eeni per annum, ami
hold a mortgage on the property.
that the money be advanced only ni
the Improvements are done, and tbis
to  he lu  tbo hands aud ut the    dis
cretion ot a non-political commission
in each district, tine per cent, should
pay the cost of administration. The
* government lor thc people will make
four per cent, profit, that is, over
what a bank is paying for the surplus now held. Consequently, the
province will receive the l>eiiefit not
only in thnt but in the tact that the
taxible value of tbe land will l>c in
erased, and that by thc influx of
population, merchants and all iu -
■ dustries will receive their share of
I the benefits which nccrue from the
consequent      expansion   and   develop
ment of the resources of the country.
The thought mny occur that the
surplus would soon be absorbed, even bo, there is plenty of capital tho
government can secure by issuing
bonds at four per cent, which would
be readily taken up for a purpose ol
such national importance and with
such a solid security.
This is a suggestion in its crude
form and I have discussed it with
many ot the leading people of all
shades of political opinion"; and no
one so far has expressed anything
but approval of the scheme.
CAN    Ilk   CURED.
  V
ytml PrnnkenBaH Cannot
i Owed Exploded.
Man? B*n drink who desire to stop
tbc habit. Whisky, however, has undermined the constitution and created
a craving that Is not to be denied.
and the man mil.*-*! have whisky or
something that will remove the crav-
In-f and build up the system and restore   the   nerves.
Samaria Prescription t-lo\,s lhe craving, steadies the nerves, builds up the
taneral health and makes drink actually distasteful and nauseous. It Is
tasteless and odorless, and ran bc given with or without the patient's
knowledge. In tea. ,*n. • or food. It
ls used regularly by Physicians and
Hospitals. It has cured thousand! in
Canada, nnd restored happiness to
iaixlrodi   ot  homes.
Read   what   Mr*    O. .   of   Hull,
sort of It and what It did for ber:
-It ls four months to-day since* I
started to uoe vour Remedy I follow-
•d tl>« eiroctlons, and had lAe best of
r-asalts. One week after 1 started us*
Ing roar Remedy the patient stopped
drinking, and has not drunk a glaaa
of llqmor ainr. I hope you will accept
•soy heartfelt thanks. Hoping God will
Mass   your   Kemedy   whenever   tried,   I
* Mrs.  ci ,  Hull,  Que.
(TNMI withheld br re-quest. 1
Now. tf the*" Is anyone In roar
town mm. needs thia Remedy, toll
then mt K. Practical philanthropy
ran tnko bo hotter form. If yon have
a husband, father, brother or friend
who drinks, help them help them-
salrss.     Write  to-day
A nun TltlAI. PACKAOB of 8a-
saarta. with Booklet giving fall pur
tlc-nlara, directions. testimonial*,
prlca. ste- will he sent In a plain sealed [mlra#i to anyone mentioning this
«*•■»•€.    Cari iiinndencs aaeredlv eskn-
confldenbial, Write today. The Samaria Remedy Co., Dept. 46-49, Col-
home street, Toronto, Canada. Also
for sale hy C. R. Macdonald, Drug-
fist,  Revelstoke,  B.  C.
Smoker's Supplies
The old reliable now has the largest and last line of Smokers'
Supplies ever in the City, and our prices are right. Fifty brands
of cigars to choose from. Price from $1.00 per box up; not made
Irsin scrap cither.
Meerschaum Pipes from $3.00 to $10.00
Calabash Pipes from $3.50 Up
Our siock   of   Calabash   Pipes  is  small   on  account  of  the
crop being S failure this year ami quality poor.
Briar Pipes in cases from 91,00 up.
Ask for thc famous 11. B, 1>. brand, lively pipe is guaranteed.
Cigar and Cigarette lloldeis, fuses and Lighters, Pouches,
Ash Trays and Pipe Racks. Tell us what yon want and wc will
suit you. If you cannot call, phone 37 and goods will bc scut to
your home I'or approval.    Buy enrly while stock i.s complete.
McKinnon's Cigar Store
THE CANADIAN  BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L, P*EatMirr
ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manage*
CAPITAL - 510,000,000
REST, ■   $8,000,000
COLLECTION   BUSINESS
With its large number of branches, agents and correspondents, The
Canadian Bank of Commerce is able to effect collections throughout
the world promptly and at reasonable rates. Rates will be quoted oo
application.
FOREIGN   BUSINESS
A230
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.
REVELSTOKE   BRA\Ch —F. Nl. GIBSON. MORI
ASK THE DRIVER
Everybody knows bim, lip will
tell yon tlml the whiskeys we aro
si'llhiK are the best.     Call and be
I OtlvillCCd.       Ni, iio II*. mIii. |, i    :!,, ,| 11,|
be without a supply of mir Harvey's Special Scotch Whiskey) our
Frapln liqueur Brandy, Kuanintead
BO years old or Blaokberry Brandy
lor Medicinal purposes, Our Block
of choice Wines ami Liquors of all
kinds are unexcelled. Hold by all
lbe leading hotels, or telephone
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Importers anl Boalers In Pure Wines, tlquore, Clgare and Cigarettes
Fresh Groceries, Vegetables and Fruit
Order now your winter's supply
Best on the Market
D. GALLICANO, 2nd Street, Near Railroad Track
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED   1865
Record of Progress for Five Years- 1906-1911
!9".iO 1911
Capital       ....        * 3,000,000 * 4,000,000
Reserve 3,000000 4,600,000
Deposits      ....        23,677,730 35.042.311
Loans and Investments         -      27.4*7,090 38*54,801
Total Assets        -      -       -        33,090,192 48,237,28-1
Hae (3 Branchee in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents In sil
the Principal Cities In Ihe World.
A orNEML BAMKINd BUSINESS TRANSACTrD
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Intereet allowed at hlgheet current rate.
Revelstoke Branch. W   h   PRATT, Manager
Our Doctors Anti-Septic Shoe Is Proving a Winner
This last is filling a long felt want and its water-
proof qualities are standing the test.
We carry a full line of thc famous Pene-
tang Shoe pack and all kinds of rubber footwear.
Once a customer always a customer. Satisfaction guaranteed.
ARMSTRONG   4,   COMPANY
loot and Ihoe Repairers,
Saddlers
Harness Makers
PALACE
LIVERY, FEED, SALE STABLE
Our Livery is equipped with the best horses and
rigs. We also deliver express and baggage to any
part of the city.  Heavy and light teaming a specialty
COAL AND WOOD FOR SALE
f. McCarty, Proprietor
Phone 201 H
WEDNESDAY, MABOH 13th, 1W5
THE  MAIL-HEKALD,   BE-VELSTOKB
WKDNESDA'Y, MAItOH IS tli', lW'J
^^^^^^   i Wo ter Rights in the
Corporation of the City     Railway Belt
Of Revelstoke      j ta|oops water District
1 • l.l.l-    S'OTICK
S
•
^^^^^^J ImImLv   rivimi   Ilml
■   .   necessary that    dis
la    ispli rial ure be re-
. I ■ Dr.  McLean, City Medleal
Healtl i  other     physicians,
.,.- bood as known,   failure to do this
(lence,
By ci*: r.
11.   A
LAWSON,
. lty Clerk.
WANTED
NGTJt'K ih hereby givon that uny
I p.'raon, pni'tnerehip, company, or
i niunU-ii'nlity having any iiiiiiiii to
water rights In the Railway Dell
in. iy uir with Hi,' rli let Water Com
in : ..n.i iii tii,* Parliament Buildings, Victoria, ii statement ol Olalm
to water privileges on n printed form
iNo BO), which can ho obtained trom
the Water Commissioners at Now
Westminster, Yale, Ashorott, Kam
loo] . Revelstoke, Golden, or (rom
the Ohio! Water Commissioner,
I', lence will ho heard al local
i*..ii .* || soou as the claims havo
In ,n MXHiiniii'il and tabulated lor do
i i m nation by the Hoard of Invostl
_ iKai'i<>n. nml notices will bc published
I ,,, ii,t. ii. ii. Oasette and local pop-
WANTED—Gents fine underwear care   r.    ,,, ,|„. ,,|.1C(. n,u\ date when oaeh
fully  washed and repaired.       Mine  stream will be dealt with. Objootloni
i„. ,,!,.,i     with tho Chiel   Wator
Mc *
i ,,.. ne, coi nei   nii street and
Ki ..'.if Avenue,
WANTED—Tbrei Apprentices lor Millinery Department—C. B, Hume fi
. 'on pany.
IV WTKH--An . jpei lenced chambor
ni.,..!. at onco Apply t,. Halcyon
Hot  Springs.
Vi ANTED- - \   good  smart   boy  about
or  15 years oi age to learn tbe
clotblug  business.   Apply  to    J'ilm
Bull,  ta.-ti iininttcr  lor  Men,     Mc
rvenzie Avenue.
WANTED—Salesman lor lutes! and
must perfect gasoline light in tde
world,   Cheapest   and     uesi    Iim1"
known to science
I.--.-.   big profits,
ik-ss.     MacLaren
Alberta
i ,.*, ibive i i'i 11 -
pel manent   buei •
,v-   Co.,     Culgury.
80d.
TO
RENT- Kuimsbcd  Room
Mall-Herald box 314.
Apply
LOST—A   Huucb ol    Key* Kinder
please leave same at rue Mail Hei
aid Ollice.
WASTED—Reliuhle  local    D
strong old established    r...ar.i  I*
insurance  Co.,  with  assets   ol  ovei
(35,1)00)000.   write   KranCo-Canadlau
Trust   Co.,     Ltd..   1106 Dominion
:-.  Vancouver, li. C.
FOB SALE!—Eggs lor batching, irom;
l.ure  Lred  ttn.te Leghorn lieus,  nnJ
' ... *   Ducki    •!*    reedei     iri    .ill
from   :
.-. . tt Duck .
t'ggj. *.-: .".'■ pel i  ply u.
F. Son lira    ■ *• «  Poultry
uim.  Malakwa li.  C.
■i.  -m.i.    \  I lano   it u bargain
Appl)    • Mrs   McDonald,  oee
■ -. I -aii^i t, opposite Knox church.
FOR SALE- Two good lots,    cheap,
ud I -tFPly to Thomas
Ham,  J'ola-e Station.
FOK SALE—A Remington Typewrit
er, No. •
i net *> I .      .   • u„ Lt*J .
Kevelstoke,  B.  i .
FUK dALE—Vouug,  smart     dell
m.   For     particulars  wnu    A
Haggstrom, M ilak.*..-,. B. C.
WE HAVE position Ioi  a good   man
with icatlon »1k> can fur-
...      U -n,l>
■   a straight .-.il
>rjr   - .•  '        '.      i ■   1 le us-
Otoxieatini -.ne your
.. thia ;*.,
■   i ■        •    .,:    Light
irage   Michigan.
J
•:      .. ■
'r*.
■ri ■
I r.f*   |S,( -        A| I i)
to M   J. Scot'    l    i
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ta, et
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i
; artii   .
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D«l irtm ■■ •   City ol '•* el I
Reveiet. ke B.C     Ian
FOR    BALE -a     Wu    \.M   i
i. u eta   i "       Kootei ,*
* thrlKy town ■■: * ••
pis . li in I
.■I .n ,'i uit and their '■■ '•'
16**30   .li    I     T.-n    I*       i
,    :    110  ,i      ii,..ulb   [Ol   '.I  m
. -   It     Payment* ran  lie  made in
work at >■■■ W per day H deelred.
tpply at once to K. P. I'refch. Dox
IV    Itcveletokc.
Electric Restorer for Men
D*.,,„L„„i rtswrsseTtrretrrelal -
Phospbono. ,, |„ p,„pf, ini  s i resti re*
^T" t/imiictt de-ay »nd sllse« •
-rlM « I    •     rhmphMol  vlll
.,   ,,•„.* I     •'•»•'    >."">'   ISI
W.y ?"«*.«.>>  Th.Sr.Wll Dtut
•flm ntH v
-t.ik, »«t
■to.,St.t«»h«rlnn.*»n».
may        	
Commissioner. Tbo [ollowing BtroamB
aro supposed to Iw wholly or parti
iilly withiu the Uailway Boll ln    the
Kamloops Water   District,  which  Includes     K.iml",ips  and  the   Ashcrolt
Mining Divisions:—
Anderson ('reck
Alkali  i'reek.
Allardyce Creek
Alexander I,ake
Vlcxander Cr.*, I;
Americnn Creek
Adams Hiver,
\.iaiiiH  Lake.
Agnes  i'reek.
Ukins I'reek.
Almondbury  i'reek.
Ashcroft i'reek.
Avely Creek.
Aneaty River,
Ancsty Lake.
A-bton Creek.
Antler Lake
\gate Creek
Uonnard Creek,
Ueavcr Lake.
Heaver ponds.
Denver Creek.
Iter es  Creek.
iin- Gnlch.
Iteins ('roek.
[Is   .1  Creek,
liroderick i i
Botta Greek.
id Little  Lake
r*.mus Lake,
Hiind Creek.
li,,una Creek
Barnes Crei k,
Bad Lnnd Lakes
llrockics   I'reek
Bush Lake.
iiii-ti Creek
Bonaparte  Rivei
I'll-..* Creek.
b  Lake
Broom  i'reek.
lirasli  Creek.
Big   l.nke.
liill,*   Lake.
Bonnet Springs.
Battle Creek.
Laill c   i *
leb.
Boundary C
-
lir,nk  '
i'.,i i *
* ■ k
*   ■
Lakes
Bull Arden  Creek
lilair fr-wk
.-•It
■
Lake
Mullet Croek.
r,*k
Creek
-amlt.
llUCS Lake
I :nck Pine Lake.
'
ek.
• r ( r»-k
n  'rix'k.
•
Creek.
ikes.
Creek
. i •
■ .   Creek,  Boutn-ea***)  K,,rk »l
-
■ reek.
'reek.
■ *   ;  .*
Laki,
'ream
t'anp Creek,
Cedar (f-wk ii'ii-'
rn   • tceV
• an   ''re-ek.
,i.   Ctcvk.
'.'j   l.-.ke
I'e.i.u  Bpring,
Cornwall Creek
Celesta Creek
Craxy <><»k
Cook ("reek.
('limn  Creek
i.li   f'refk
'linrrnnl   Creek
I    i -*ii  ('took.
Cache Creek
Oampboll  Luke.
Calling Lako.
Crown   Lake*
Currlos Crcolt.
Oelostu Crook,
CriSB    I'iymK.
CralBollachie Creek.
('nlul.   Creek.
Deer Croek,
Htvp Crook
Dry Creek.
Dui k   Creek.
Dixon   Creek.
Dairy   Creek.
Deadmau'a Uiver.
Dully Crook,
Devils Lake.
Darts Creek
Diivii*.*. Crook.
Drained and North Oamoron Lakes
Doherty Crook.
De   Mais  Creek.
Dairy Crook Lake.
DomlnlC   Lake.
Dunn   Creek
Diiiinis Crock,
Duck   Lak'
Kiln.I    ClM.M
ISdwardB i'im. k
Edwards Creek,  North Fork
lOd wards Lako.
Blk Creok
Eagle Rivei
Kaglo Rlvoi   North Pork.
Kight nui.' Croek.
ISIghty lour mile Ci eek.
mighty nine   mile Creek,
Five-mile Creek
French Nod Creek,
KiBh Creok,
Kens,an  Creek
Prog   Lake.
Prog Crook,
Frank Creek,
Ferris Creek,
Fish   Lak.*
Plat   Lake.
Fores!   Lake.
Face  Lake.
Frisken Lake.
Porguson Lake.
Fori  Dallas Creek.
Forest Pine Creok.
Fraser Hiver.
Fortune's ("reck.
Fadear Creek.
Guerln Creek.
Gulchon Creek.
liiilch Lake
i; nleii Creek.
Granite Creek.
G go Croek.
(ilanzier  Creek
(IriniBc Creek.
tiullnn Creek
Gordon Creek.
C.rillin   Lake
iieiiiey ,n Heflerley Creek,
Heffloy oi    Heflerley Creek,    North
Fork
n. hi, v iii  Heflerley Lake
Horse Ranch Cn i k
Hal  Creek
I Iui   , mii v   Lak,*
i I.i. .1 Cre«k.
Ilyas Long  Lake.
Hughes   Lake.
Hudson Hav Gulch-
Hog Range < reek
Half-mili  i -
Hiimlnirg Creek.
Malt   I
Hi.I. *
High Lake.
Hyam *
II\,,.I1    l.ir.
■
Hlmakwa
i       .*. ■
M   .-
■
*
■
':'
'   ..Hke
Miller  Creek.
Malison   Creek.
M mlton   ('nek.
Mitchell Creek.
Mountain Oreek.
McCallum  ('reek.
McDonald Croek.
Molvor Creek,
McConnoll  Lak,*
McCliiie   Creek.
McTttVlsh   Creek.
McLean  Lake
Maiden   Creek.
Maelile   Canyon.
Medicine Oreek.
Meadow Crook.
Middle Oreek,
Middle   Fork.
McQheen  Crook.
Maeauley   Oceek,
Mnhol  Lako,
Mara   Lake.
Mainete   Creek.
Mann   ('reek.
Martin   Creek,
Mellillvray   Creek.
Ncscalllell   Creek.
NiCola   Uiver.
Napier   Lake.
Ned Qreek,
Newnian   Lake
No  Niiine   Creek.
Noble   Creek.
Nortll  Fork  Lake.
Nahawoekin ('reek.
N.'kalliston   Creek.
Narrow  Strip Spring.
Nolson's   Creek.
Ninset Creek,
Nie,mien   Creek.
Nikwikoe.-i   Creek.
Na a n   Hiver.
Noisy Greek,
Niskonlitli  Creek.
Niskoiililh  Lake.
Nolioiiieci Creek.
Nlkwoi   Creek.
Ncwliiwlioia   Creek.
Noel   Creek.
Nortli Oreek.
Uwens ('reek.
Oregon .lack Creek.
nne Tree ilulch.
Otter  Hiver Creek.
Peterson  Creek.
Pennies  Creok.
Pliillis  Creek.
I'.ioley  Lake.
Palmer   Creek.
Pax.ai  Creek.
Paul  Croek.
Paul Lake.
Pendleton Creok.
Python   Mine Tunnel.
Pot  Hole  Lake.
Ptarmigan Creek.
Paul   Lake.
Pants   Lake.
Put Hook   Lake.
Palmer   Lower   Meadows.
Palmer  t'ppci   Meadows,
Proctor Creek.
I'eavine  Creek.
Pemberton Creek,
Petei  i reek.
Park Creek,
Papsilqun  Creek.
P i.mt..n  Lake,
i'.i s Cr. ek.
Pass   Lake.
tn ■
Pima,l.ll.**.   Creek.
Pillar Laki
Pea!-'*   Cr
Paxti
ek,
■ •   Cl  •
Rl
l:
i
!.
.
■
■
Lake
Lnat
rrr|,
M... I**   '
I
Martin Creek
Mini I •
Milliard   Lake
MeHors IMtoh
'     ' I * *. I.l'
Mofl.it  'reek
-
.a i Cm
..a  Kn. i
, a    I.like
*  ck
ck.
i reek,
reek,
Stein Crunk.
Slwho i i * '•
Shlimwuy   Lake.
Sluilllim   Creek.
8*1 ,*,.i .,! ion    Lake.
onltton l.*,!..*
.* umI.iiih Crook.
. outh  i'.i     ' i.. k.
.  lymour  River
senitim*  Crock.
:'.c;lit.tuc   Lake,
rtkamana   Lake.
Wiiunax Creok.
Stinking Lako.
Thrco nine  Ccecl*.
Trail.iinlle   Creel..
Tlaiii|llllli.   Lake.
Tale   Lak.;;.
'1'iilce   Luke.
TohttCCO   I reek.
Trail Creek.
Thompson  lllvoi
Norili  TlioinpKi.il   Uiver.
t-ioiilli Thompson  lilvor,
Trapp   Creek.
Trapp   Lake.
Todd   Lake.
Twelve mile  Creek,
Twenty throe mile   Creek.
TsUlBUS   Cree!..
TUPPOII   Creek.
'I'roiit   Lake
Toonkua Lake.
Tsolin Lake.
Twoal Creek.
Trinity   Creek.
Tsooioiis   Creek.
Twig  Creek.
Ussher Luke.
\ ick Oroek,
Veruey Lake.
VollablOB   Creek.
v.iiioii Creek.
Walker  Lake.
Wilson   Creek.
Warren Creek.
Willis Lake.
Wentworth  Lake.
Wlule  Rock  Creek.
Willard   Lake.
Waterfall Creek.
White   Luke.
White   Creek.
Woods   Creek.
WatChlllg   Creek.
Witches Brook
Wright   Creek
Woodland  i'reek
', ale Creel
Yard  Creek.
Statements of claims may aUo ho
tiled to water ia any unnamed spring
sti .-mi. creek, pond, gulch, lake, or
other source  of   water  supply.
Dated Kith February, 1W2,
w.  H.  ROSS,
Minister ol Lands.
9       IS       r, «1^M 	
mm
IBXJT
[t is al '      i   11 ! ,,; :''':i1   Halcyon  Hoi  Springs,
whosi i ill Imt iiii ciiem I ivaters are thu mosl wonderful healtl .*. ' . ; on the ■ oiitinent Our lecord oJ cures
,,l' ,*|u,,,i: utisin mid .■' chronic complaints Is unequalled
;,u.l verified by our gratified patrons. Located umonfr the
frreutei I scenerj oi' (Janada, easy of access,—the Sanitarium is luxuriously fitted and finished tor comfort and
convenient o of guests.
Halcyon Hut Springs Sanitarium
Wm. BOY!', Proprietor, -        HaScyon, Arrow Lakes
"OPEN NIGHT ANU UAY™"-'    -rv."-,.g
White Help Only Employed
Board by the D;iy or Week
Night Restaurant    Short Order
W. C. BATCHELOR,
■^Manager,
j ■ ■«*»»r,l»j.*r-—,.7r~.-rr-*.*..,,. ,i.—>-. *. cji--mii..mwsjii«sau
Strictly Fi; st Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with  Bath
TO OANADIAN  ARCHITECTS.
K.-*i.mn>.\a
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with thc choicest the
market affords. Hest Wines, Liquors and
Cig.irs.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
u&.TjTSJLJEIT    stone     pbop.
p
HOTEL GRAND
NAKUSP, B. C.
Competition    tor     New     University
HuiKliiiL'K  tu  I.,*  ESerected .-ii   Point
Grey,     neat     Vancouver,    British  Under New cTHmuitfement
, iium la
The Government ol British Colum
:,.n invite Competitive l l.u... lor the
general scheme and design Ior the
iinn„isi*.1 new University, together
with    more    detniled   Plans lot
it   .it   mi es- 	
timated cosl   ol  *>'..;..,|',0(10. •— —•"■■*••~
prizes oi no.ooo «riu bt given  for First-Class Accommodation and Si u pie Rooms
*   * nil   Designs siilmiitti'.l ____________mm
Par^cu,a„ ,,.  thl, competitlon and Kak'8 " ^-ou to $2.00 Per Day
plan ol site mny lie obtained on request Irom the undersigned.
The designs to be sent In by July
. 112    iddressed ta
TllK   MINISTKU   OF   EDUCATION
Parliament BuUdlngs,
Victoria, Ilntish Columbia,
JOHN A. THEW,
Proprietor
un ice oi Provincial Secretary
insane Hospital Coquitiam
IB      , i; .t .... i iui..I,
fc,in,.nu.,  insane Hob
ij  thi   Hon
tory,    ii [i
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Central Hotel
Abrahamson Lies., Props.
Enlarged   and lm;u ved     Flrat-CIam In every respect,    AH iut,ili*rn roiitcnioncei
PIS.
Rat- o ^2.00 per clay        Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
 _  i   .a
Union  Hotel
JI .   I     .1  WI.V   I   !  I'MKI II
RATES,     .     $1 -JO PER DAY
mnl month] Meal 'l ii i.n . .'I n ,
I IWST HTH1 i:T. \\V.\ ELSTOKE, It. C.
\    : I'l     l'i..; i*. *
I   ; pii g, Pl lirst Street, kevelstoke, B. C.
•M^i? Hotel Restaurant
European Plan
Open Day nnd Night. Meal Tickets, $6.00
MONTHLY BOARD
W. PARRY
Lain Polish r of Howson's
pe  Store
Makes Old Furniture
New.
Eatin i"    Fi
GIVE JVicl ATRIAL
Drop Card in Post Office
UNION HOTEL
ARHO    ttt 10, H. i.
'. i. ii ■ >*,*n in notnniirolal
• i inu*. i.i t lm *mii*« Mm pic
11,,,**,; teener) In Hrltlek Oolna
■ *   . DK1 i.i.-*.?   \rr<.«- lulu*
VV. J. Lightburne. Prop
Dr. de Van's Female Pills
\ •.
■ eicte hoffli i     ■ >' I In i i   IaIIri tf>i*
Ketu«p
Itll  p'    Vr. <\m Tan't ar« |
>        " ttltd to anv a
Ttie 9r«b«11 Urat * o„ Ht. CMbftrlnM, OdV
( WEDNESDAY, MATICII IUU. 191'J
THIS MAIL-HEBALD,  RSVE'LSTOK-E
WEDNESDAY, MARCH Uth, 1913
WVfmmmamr.jam'tma>iJt::T.-.T~r,i. "I-fiifiKiOUaUMUiMI
!
MMRKWA NOTES
CORRESPONDENCE,
!•:.ium  Mall-Herald:—
lii'iu* Sir, vie "i tbe Garden ol Kden Valloy have some very iittriii'l.ivn
ranches nut uiily aro tlioy attraotlvo
imt prosperous mul making good pro
tits to thoir owners, nne whioh wa
have in mini Is the farm ol Alfred
Hagstrom, consisting of oighly acres
ol iin.' bench and bottom land, the
t.iiit..in land Is a black loam ar.il tlio
bench lands in n elny Imin ...'.-nii'il
tn fruit mnl iriirk gardening. Mr.
Hagstrom bos about BO young apple
trees just, in bearing that ir.il'.eo a
very tine grade <>l fruit In fact be
liml some of tlie (Inest ilavorod Wnsl-
tliy apples thin last year that We
hove over sampled.
Mi. Hagstrom lias about Ji. acres
ol this farui under cultivation about
25  acres is   ill Timothy   hay,       which
brings him in a nice little Income
each year, then he has five acres that
in* plants to potatoes ami other root
crops that give good yields ouch
year, an.l un this farm Mr. Hag-Strom
has a nice eight-roomed dwelling
standing close Into the loot lulls,
overlooking a broad expanse o! tho
valley, A nice little creek ol pure
water runs close  by  and Mr.     Hag-
ii
The Valley of
The Garden of Eden"
Situated at MALAKWA AND CRAIGELLACHIE, B. C.
Just 32 Miles West of   Revelstoke,  and   Extending   between Sicamous Junction to Three Valleys Station
Area of First-Class Land-20,000 Acres
Character Of Land   Principally Level.
fhnrartor nf  Qnil   Bench    Lands,   Clay    Loam   and  Vegetable
UlldldWrJI   Ul   OUIJ   Mould, while on  Lower Lands Black Loam
Prevails.
Na Irrvntinn    P°s't've'y no irrigation is needed as Valley is sub-
I1U  HlKj'JII'HI    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 ClJIHate   Freezing is  Average Winter Weather.
Prices or Land Reasonable
For Further Particulars About This Garden Spot of B. C, Watch This Page
of the MAIL-HERALD Each Week
strom Ih putting in a complete wat-
er system through this house, ol
soft spring water. Ho iiIbo lum neat
and comfortable OUt buildings un.l
nil building* are nicely [minted r-nd
In good repair, Thia place is -about
three miles Irom the Malakwa itat -
lOD on 11 good level road anil to fit-
ua toil iih to give a tplcmlid view to
0110 ol the neighborhoods in tho vnlley. There Is plenty ot timher on
this lurm to supply building muter -
lul, fencing und fuel for future needs
uf  the fnrm.
We liehevc Mr. Hagstrom oilers this
larni at a very moderate price ol
}100 per acre, which iH n snap to
anyone wanting a good home or u
safe investment.
While wo are not anxious to seo
our enterprising citizen leave us, wo
feci thai Mr. and Mrs. Hagstrom woll
earned the vucation they may take,
should they sell their comfortable
home. Even should they leave our
midst thi- nice home will always
st nnd as a monument to the many
days ol ohecrlul labor that thoy so
faithfully did, and to reap their reward is only just.
SETTLER
J
I     R. Z. CRAWFORD
CONTRACTING
PAINTER
Satisfaction guaranteed
Agent  for   Flexitime   Electric
Signs
R. Z. CRAWFORD
i;.*.iil,'i)i'e Cor. 8rd St and Robson are
Shop in Alley back of !•;. J. Bourne's
Store, First Street
;
I!. W. EDWARDS
TAXIDERMIST
Animal    Rugs,   Game
Heads and Birds
Mounted
P. D. Box 31, Revelstoke
I
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer     Draying
Handling Pianos a Specialty
Phone 42  -    Night Phone 85
Sewing Machines
A nice new stock of SinK-
i'i' and Wheeler Wilson Sewing Machines
For Sale or Hire
bv the month at Manning'!.
All kinds of machine needles
stocked,
H. MANNING,   Agent.
GANONC i'S
G  B
CHOCOLATES
Now Hold the Fort
in Revelstoke
A large  variety of Dainty
Boxes  in  half-pound, one-
pound, two-pound and three-
pound sizes
The Finest in the Land
and Canadian   cTWade
40 years experience
WALL PAPER
AND CARPET CLEANING
New Lightning Method
Oil Painting, and Painted Walls
Cleaned like new.
KALSOMINING
Wood for Sale
GOOD DRY OR GREEN FIR
OR HEMLOCK.   CEDAR
WOOD FOR SALE
Apply to
Chas. Turnross
Telephone lions.- No. 97
Telephone Gump No. 215
Paper Hanging a Specialty
Estimates Given
Mirror Making and re-Silvering
Glass Cutting and Boring
Glass Frosting and Staining
Picture Framing, etc.
Prices Reserved.
d. wTbrill
i Painter, Paper Hanger, Decorater
Revelstoke, B. C.
LumV
ermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
P.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -   Revelstoke, B. C.
before buying yonr out-
lit of working clothes
for llir bosh.    1 make •
ipecUlty   ol   Logging
Shoes, rants, Sox, Shirt."
Blankets end everything
required in vour limitless.
CUSTOMS SALE
UNCLAINED C00DS
I'ureuant to notice dated February
-.*8th, 1912, tbc sale ot unclaimed
goods, If not entered for duty, or
warehoused, before the date of sale,
will take place at Cuntoms Supper -
vances Warehouse, C.P.R. Freight
Sheds, Thursday, March 21st, 1912,
at 11 a.m.
B. R. ATKINS,
Collector  of  Customs.
Fruit Lands
FOR SALE
(lalena   Iiay  lands in parcel* of
, 10 or 20 acres or en bloc.     Correspondence invited.
j 	
John Shaw, Agent,
Box 616 Arrowhead
SYfitPSIS   UF GOAL  MINING
REGULATIONS.
Coal nun.ni; rights ot the Dominion
lu M.ui.tol.ii, Saskatchewan aud Alberta, the Yukon Territory, thc
North-west Territories ami in a portion of tbc Province of Uritish Columbia, may be leased lor a term ol
twtuty-oue years ut nu iiuuual reut-
al o! <$1 un acre. Not more thau
2,ot,(l acres will be leased to oue applicant.
Application for lease must be made
by tbe applicant iu persou to tbe
Agent or Sub-Agent ot thc district
in which tbc rights upplied lor ure
situated.
In surveyed territory the land must
be described by sectioUB, or legal
subdivision! ol sections, uud In uu-
surveyed territory tho tract applied
lor shall be staked out by thc ap -
plicant  himscll.
Each applicant must be accompanied by a fee of (5 which will be refunded if the rights upplied (or are
not available, but not otherwise. A
royally shall be paid on thc merchantable output ol the mine at tbe
rate ol live cents per ton.
The person operating the irino shall
furnish the Agent with sworn returns
accounting for the lull ciuuntlty ol
merchuiitulilo coal mined and puy tbc
royulty thereon. II tbo coul mining
rights uro not being operated, such
returns should be furnished at least
once a year.
Tbe lease will include the coul nun
Ing rights only, but the lissco may
be permitted to purchuse whatever
available surfnee rights may bo considered nccessury lor tho working ol
tbe mine at thc rale of $10*00 an
1 acre.
I For full Information application
I should lie made to thc Secretary ot
'tho Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to the Agent or Sub-Agent
ot Dominion  Lunds.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy  Minister of the Interior.
N.B.—Unauthorized publication ol
| this advertisement will not be paid
'for.
Shi/oh's Gun Shi/oh's Gure I Shi/oh's Gure
auk lily  Mop* couiha,   > urn  coldi.  hrnli
It Ibrunl «od tunrfi.        •    •    •        39
Stuckl y Mops coughs,  carta colds   hcelf
ie  throat ami   hint*.
M cent*
I qn.i '.i>    sin,.*.   ■ .m.i )n,    nirt'v   Coldl**   hrull
Ilia (brunt aad I und,'-        *    •    • -■'
SCOTTISH CHAMPIONSHIPS
Held  at  Hampden  Park,   Clnsglow,
| June 21ft, 1911.   Only tirst placemen
arc recorded here:
100 yds.  run—10     2-5s.,    W.    Allan
Stewart,  Tasmaniun A.A.A.
16 It) shot—11 It.  H in.. T.R.  Nicholson, West of Scotland H.
8S0 yds. run—2m., l-5s., J.T. Stouter, Aberdeen  t'niversity A.C.
16 K.  Hummer—160lt., 81n.,    T.   II.
Nicholson.
J20yds.  hurdle—17s.,  (i.   Hrock  I M.
B.
Running   Broad    Jump—lOft., 9in.,
G.   Stephen,  St.   Andrews University.
230yds run—4m., 2-5s., R.C.  Duncan
West of Scotland H.
1   mile run—4m..  2f, 2-5s.,       D.    F.
McNIcol,  Polytechnic.
Running  High   .lum—5ft.,   Gin.,     I).
Campbell.
Threo Mile walk—22m., 41  4-.'>a.,  U.
Trotf.'r, Asbeomb A. C.
440yds. run—5*3 3-5s., R. A. Lindsay
lllai'kbcath   H.
Four  mile  run—20m.,   II   3-5s.,    (1,
L. 0. Wallach.
Home Scotch  records,  all  of which
are amateuri:
100 yds—10b., J. M. Cowief
j    120 yds.-ll ,1-5s., R.K. Walker.
I    ISO yds.—14 3-5fi., R. K. Walker.
220 yds.—22}s., A.R. Downer.
300 yds.—31  2-fis., A.R.  Downer.
440 yds.-49 3-5s., W. Haswcll.
COO yds—lm., 11 4-6s., W. Haswell.
i    sso yds.—lm., B7 3-5g., J. Falrhalrn
Crawford.
1000 ydB—2m.,  lr, 3-5h., H.  Glsslng.
;    One  Mile—lm.,   IH   I-lis.,       F.       IC.
Huron.
1)   MIL'S—Cm.,  4K Ml.,   A.   J.   Rob
.ertson.
I    Two Miles—9m., 9 3-.'m.,  A. Hhrubb
Three     Miles—14m.,   27   l-5».,       A.
i Shriibb.
I    Four    Mllc»—19m.,   ->3     2-r>fl.,      A.
! Shriibb.
|    Five      Miles—24m.,     Bfi   2-r,n.,       A.
! Hhrubb.
Six Miles—29m., 59 2-5s., A.Shriibb
Seven Mill's—Mm., I :i-5b., A.
Hhrubb.
Kight Miles—10m., Ills., A. Sbni'.b.
Nine Miles—45m., JT Mi., A.Shriibb
Ton Miles—50m., 40b., A. Shr.inb.
Eleven Miles—.ICm., 23 2-5n., A.
Hhrulih.
One  hour,   11   miles,   1,137   yards.-
A. Slirul.b.
UO  yds.,  hurdle—1-5*8.,   U.S.   Sir.Hindi.
I    High Jump—Oft.,   liiii.,  fl.H.  Jones
H.   II.     Jump-SM.,      9|in.,       P,
| O'Conor
I    16 Ib.  Hammer—lGHft..  7Jin..   I.   J
' Flanuugan.
One Mile walk—Cm.,   14 4-5s., K.  J.
I Wcbbl
Two Mile walk—13m.,  57  t-6«.,    E.
J. Webb.
|    Three Mile wnlk-21m.,  39  l-V...  A.
B.  M.  Rowland.
;    Pole Vaulting—lift.,  4in..    .:.      L.
Stones
PERCY F. GIFFOKII,
rhysical  Director.   Y M '".A.
ial and practical test.
| We want you to try Retail "93"
Hair Tonic at our risk. You surely
cannot lose anything by doing so,
while you have everything to gain.
Ymi had better think this over, and
i hen come in and see us ahout tbis
offer. You will be well repaid for
your visit to our store. Remember
you can get Rexall Remedies in this
community only at our store.—W.
Dews',  McKenzie Avenue.
A . ALL'-HLADED WOMAN
Shorn of Her Crown cf Beauty
Loses in Love and Marriage
Hair is certainly most MOSSHrj
to womnn. Who could love and mar
ry a bald headed woman 7 What
charms could one nrrny to oflset
such a distlguromcnt ?
A woman's goal is usually love
and marriage. Her crowning glory is
her hair. Thc loss of her hair mars
her lieauty, happiness, and succeed.
Yet, right hero is Revelstoke, there
aro thousands of women wbo are
neglecting or Injuring their hair to
such an extent that It is only a mat
ter of time when It will be utterly
ruined.
Many women destroy tho beauty of
their hair through thoughtlessness or
ignorance of certain facts. They
iibc curling irons over-beared, or to
excess, wlnrh destroys the natural
oil of the hnir, snusing it to split,
lircnk nnd come out. They do not
shampoo their hnir often enough, or
too often. They use soaps or prepar
ations which contain Ingrodiente positively hnrmful lo the scalp and
hair conditions.
Almost  any   womnn   mny   rid  her -
self of  dandrufi      and diseased  scalp
' and hair If sbc will but use the right
remedy.   We   have   that   remedy,   and
IN   will   positively   guarantee  that  It
will either cure dandrufi and baldness
lot It. will not rost thc user anything
That's b     pretty hroad statement,
but wo will  back  it and     prove      It
j with our own money.  We will return
] ymir money  If  you do  not   lind  that
Itcxall "93" Hair     Tonic is an   en -
j tlrely   satisfactory    remedy   that   will
i promote hair growth and     overronw
; scalp and hair troubles; that tt will
grow hair even on bald heahs, unless
all life In the hair roots   han    heen
.extinguished,   the   follicle**   closed and
the   scalp   glazed   and   shim.   It  gets
its name from the fact thnt It grew
: hair in 93 out of 100 cases,  where It
| received  u  thoroughly  hard,   impart
GOLD RANGE LODGE,      K.  of    P.,
NO.   26,   REVELSTOKE,   B.   O.
Meeta every  Wednesday except   ths
Third Wednesday ot each month     In
Oddfellows' Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting Knights are cordially invited.
G.  Vi. GARLAND,  0.  0.
O. H. BROCK, K. ol R. * S.
M. of P.
KOOTENAY     LODGE, No. 16 A. F.
and A. M.
Regular meetings are held in MASONIC TEMPLE, Oddfellows' Hall
on ths Third Monday ln each month
at 8 p. m. Visiting brethren ars
cordially welcome.
W. THOMSON, W. M.
W.  B.  ROBERTSON,  Secretary.
SELKIRK     LODGE 12.  1.  O.  O. 9.
Meets every     Thursday evening   is
Selkirk Hall at 8 o'clock.     Visiting
brethren cordially Invited.
H.    SIEGFRIED,   N. G.
JAS.  MATHIE,  Secretary.
COURT     MT.      BEGBIE,    No. 3461.
OF I. O. P.
Meets ln I. a 0. 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.-8«e.
0. W. O. W.
Mountain View Camp,  No.  224.
Meets Second   and     Fourth Wednesdays    in each  month  in    Selkirk
Hall.      Visiting  Woodmen  arc
cordially Invited ts att«ad
H. W. EDWARDS, Coa. Com.
JAMES  McINTYRE,  Olerk.
HKVK1.STOKK   COUNCIL
No,    11,    ROYAL    TEMPI.ART';    Of
TEMl'F.RANCE
Meets  every  2nd  and  4th Thursdays
in     Oddfellows    Hail,   at 8 o'clock.
Visiting  Templars  arc   cordially   in -
vited to attend.
Vi.  K.  MUNSON, S. 0.
A.  D. TOIRNER,  R.   S. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13th, IM2
T£I3±]   I^c^.IIl.-IIEIiJk-LD,   REVELSTOKE
WEDNESliAY. MARCH 18th, LOIS
GUIS TAKE JOBS
Chicago      March   8- ReiiionilblUty
■ .1  the enormous numhci  ol    young
men wh.. arc murderers,  thieves, idle
..loon habitues, and tramps Is pla"
,.i by tin* Kev* lv ii. Goodwin on the
young won* a who work in Btores ami
offices. The Rev  Ml. Goodwin, who Is
: ,i    c,|     st.  Joseph's church   ol
Downei  .■■■  vi    gave an address yes-
terdaj   ."* « lore thc Catholic
v.. a which ho nnd tho
petition ol young women who do
,.   •     ■ iy .ii home    ik forcing
ii, ■ , ing men to be     out-
I
I*-,.   , ...   influence, he snul.
ised ti   keep these   girls
,    • :     lun  lii.incy."  al    well
vho must    work (or   their
.*   * i  ol offices, faotorlof     und
 bo must Bupporl ihaui
-. *.. i        . : do ii by housework, thc
I  pi ..[.,*]  work lor woman, bo * ays
Mi". * s ii.   BECAUSE  illl'M'
■it  maj I lashloned      ti
.   ,; •   ;    "bul   thc llltl'
. ,,, . tore worm n are iinnatui
i ..-   .   ih.it      tUj
CCUUBI     *:   then
it tbi truth   a tho
......   thej ato
I . iiiiii,.i, i the sume
a-ag, cceivi  lol  the Bamo work
,  employed, it la
.     ,id   office   girl   and    shop
•   , ,,:.ng up tin* dollars foi
■ •:   iagai li ■- employor.
Th,* greatei numlier ol thew women
,*.   indirei tlj   langoroui to our boo-
,: gti ** - *:    Thej  work because they
prefei   tbo    hop   ind  office to     theli
homes.   They entei   into competition
with tbe young men who must work
l0i  „  living and lower the wngee ol
men elerkl to a point where the men
cannol  support tbemwlvoa  The great
.i   mum..:   ol murderers nml thieves
,, penil    •  ■   •    are young mcn.   thl
-   . .  filled    w.th young   men.
many ol  the tramps are young men.
and  tbe .irmy  and navy  .ire recruited
Irom th« ranki of unemployed young
men. and people sitting in Dic-n com
,.--  nn*   ;iiivi/e.|
BLAMES    PIN-MONE^    WORKERS.
■•Then   always     will  be murderers
thieves   .Mc and BhiftleBS,      but
the   sales woman and office     woman
who worki f'.i     "pin-money" is feasible lor the degradation ol the
g mai   who   through lack ol remunerative employment, becomes   an
• ast   Mercantile pursuits arc outside woman's domain and every womnn .   .* .-.*        commercial aflairi is
keeping a man out "t employment,
"it it  ii nc essary Ior women   to
"arc. wages, and 11 *m necessary    lor
many, they should by every possible
means     -  induoed to do housework,
the proper employment
<' sromeu. Bul  it   s becoming   more
and more difficult  t.. induce an Am-
in girl to do domestic work   tor
strangers.   Tin* difficulty .-  nol    duo
imall  wages.  It  Is   lue to     two
-**., both '■', which can be remov
AGAINST THE TITLE SERVANTS.
The  flrst    s the  prevalent   us,-     of
tbe w,.r I 'servant.'   The American wo
man .-: nol and never can be a 'atr-
v„nt.'   Sh,' nny  !>o poor,  but   •
■   • „ servant uecause rbe is poor.To
f is to put   i   ... '<
j ip,,n  her n.iJ  a  inos:
etIicac;ou>i  mean-   ..!   keeping  l.ei   'i r
icwork    Th,   ofleni re word
ild ue    dropped,   it is a relic ol
ristoci ,. v that :, *.;  had a toot
•   -      intry.
' 'T: ■
ir.-atmer-t  ,,! th
I   ..-';,   ventilated  room,  -
, ,  * * *.* ••*.   inconvi niei i  - ari
i    •   • Utacli the   Any ..!
help. Th,* **
.v .-     manner
their  domestii
.1.
mber g I    ei gagi     In
si
I-   i strangi
v   ro-        '•• ■ • theli      os
i    .-•-.. •    .
>,*>.■
-      .
TD CUI DUI Ll
.-
.•■••.-     i
re  henceforth st
... ..       .y
tt I        .- •        t night thi
,:.;. tarlly as lai
..*■•*.* • * *  * .
,* the i
•    ■ iilro ids
Thi
*f    The
Moi cm    ':    Wel ck Island, II-
ntral    Chicago    n i    I hon,
Chicago .ml    Western, Chicago   and
•••rn Illinois. Chicago hi I N>-111.-
,W«*tern, Chicago. Ilurling*.*)n nnd
')ttil)ry tichiflon, Toneka and Hanta
Fc. «cd thc Chi. ago. Milwaukee and
St. !*sul.
Thn action was a recognition of a
• on the part of thl railroad
heads   ,-   to  the  right  to  sell  drinks
pn tbe dining, club ami buffet cars.
SCENES NEAR REVELSTOKE j
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Spray Falls Canyon Creek, Revelstoke
BUILD UP
REVELSTOKE
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Local Industry
Jordan River Trail, Revelstoke
Columbia River Bridge, Revelstoke
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revelstoke  GENERAL  AGENCIES,  ltd.
We cTWAIL-HERALD has new
type and printing machinery. Our
stock gf  printing papers is large
and well selected.
Agents for the famous
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$60.00 Cash
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IN TOWN WHICH CAN
SUPPLY THE NEEDS OF
THE WHOLE FAMILY
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. 3- tfume & Co., limited
OUR SHOE MOTTO
Classy Shoes in newest designs
at a minimum cost for maximum wear.
OUR DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT
LADIES" SPRING DRESSES
Jusi now, before Easter enters the Calendar, is the time most ladies pick out their Suit
or Dress for Spring, These days the lirsl glow
of Spring finds us ready with a more representative slock of lovely garments than ever. You
will like our Suits at
$20.00 to $35.00
SILK AND NET WAISTS
lull or more Silk and Net Waists go on sale
Thursday and they aro all desirable goods, -lust
a Spring cleanup of this stock: almost sure to
be one for you. They are $7.50 to HO Waists
and are all priced at
$3.90
SPRINC UNDERGARMENTS
Pine, light ami cool Spring Undergarments for ladies. Spring, needle knit, pure
Sea Island Cotton, with or without sleeves,
high or low neck, and at ullprices.    15c. to $1.00
FANCY LINEN SUITINGS
For ladies, imported every one from the
looms of France, Germany. Scotland. Ireland
and Belgium. They owe their charm to the
experts who conceived their beautiful weaves
and colorings. They come in plain weaves, all
the new colorings, also in Fancy stripes, etc.,
and show the ideas that will rule in fashion for
the season at
25c, 35c. and 50c.
CORSET BARGAINS
75c. Corset Bargain, a clearing lot, all si/.es
all colors, all at
75 Cents
COTTON DRESS FABRICS
The new Wash Cotton Dress Fabrics for
Spring 1912 are here. Thousands of different
styles, more beautifal than ever hefore Every
wanted werve and fashionable nicety for the
Spring finds a place in our stock of cottons.
You will appreciate the variety to choose from.
From Prints at l-r>c. to Ratines at per yard
$1.00
DAINTY LINEN WAISTS
In Sheer Batiste and Lawns. Some of
simple style in which line tucks are the only
adornment ; others of dainty Maderia embroidery and (ine Valenciennes and Cluny
Laces. The collarless models are here, nlso
the new set in sleove.
$I.O0 to $12.50
G
rocenes an
d Crockery Department
Jelly Powders
Now is the season when vou will enjoy a nice
dish of Jelly.    Wc  have all the flavors you want
from champagne to lemonade. See our side
window lor samples. We carry the best and the
price is the best
77i/'ee Packages for 25c.
Biscuits!!     Biscuits!!
OUR GREAT FAVORITES, Huntley &
Palmers, a delicious assortment tor afternoon teas,
social gatherings, and whenever a choice but in-
expensive assorrment is desired, n > more delightful biscuit can be offered.
Pickles !    Pickles !
Now ihat our Spring Groceries are  arriving,
We can assure our customers thai  we   can   supply
.their wants to the fullest extent and in uy line do
we show up to such advantage as in   PICKLES.
Crosse & Blackwell's, the well  known  brand, arc
our  longest   suit.     Mixed    Pickles.   C how-Chow,
White Onions, Walnuts and Cerkins in   half pis.
at 2.sc.    Tint bottles with patent stoppers at  35c.
and quart bottles at the exceedingly small price   of
65 cents.     N'ou will do well lo look   at  our   prices
in these line--.
Latest Styles an 1 Makes in Spring Skoes
Wc wish to call the attenlion of Ihe Shoe-Wearing Puhlic to the fact that
our new lines of Spring Shoes are just to hand. This season we are in a
better position than ever to cater to your wants in Footwear. We have
the sole agency for the SLATER SHOE. THE REGAL SHOE and tor
J. CSi, T. BELL'S fine shoes for Women. In the children's lines we are in
a position to give you exactly what you wish in all sizes and leathers. We
also have succeeded in obtaining the sole agency for the famous BOY
SCOUT Shoes for boys only; they come in a variety of leathers and styles.
Crockery and China
Dried Fruits
Jusi al this time you will wonder whal lias
become ol your lasl season's preserved fruit. Don't
think you will have to go without it iiulil the new
fruil arrives, because wc have a liill Stock of some
of the best evaporated fruil we have ever shown.
Apples,    Teaches,    Pears,    Apricots   and    Prunes.
Try them, they will induce you to try more.
The Slater Shoe for Men
Men's Box Calf Blucher- High heel, bump toe,
medium sole.   The best shoe yet for     -   $4.00
Men's Box Calf Blucher- Medium heel and toe
heavy sole, with waterproof insert. The
hest that money ran buy at - $5.00
Men's Kangaroo Blucher—High heel, new high
toe, light sole, and flexible welt. The
dressiest Bhoe in town.   Price,        •        $-o,00
Men's Tan Button Boot Medium heel, high toe,
dark willow tan. A dressy shoe on the
newest last.    Price, •        $5.00
Wc ate always showing a large assei'lment of
Dinner Sets. This Spring wc are showing a
larger line than ever before.
Sec our new   White
and Gold Pattern. This makes up a nice Dinner
Set lor a very small price. We arc also showing
a large range of Tea Sets, Cups and Saucers,
Fruit and Salad Howls, Biscuit Jars, Tobacco
Jars, Cream and Sugars, Cut Class, Hrass Coods,
Toilet Sets and a large assortment oi Fancy
China.
Fish for Lenten Season
Wc have jusi opened up for the Lenten Season
some of the choices!   Sail   Fish   we   have   evei
handled.     Salt Mackerel, large, lal ami well cured,
Salmon Bellies, the best pick ot the Mar. Labrador Fal Herring, well packed, well cured, without any parti*. Ic sign of rust, and Salt Codfish
cured and packed by lhc best packers in Nova
Scotia, in -' lh. blocks and 2 Ib. boxes, also a
quantity of Smoked Halibut and Kippered Herring always on hand.
Shoes for Litile Women
w
omens
Sk
oes
We have now in stock a line of shoes made
on Women's lasts with LOW HEELS.
They are designed especially for girls and
come in si/.es from 'J. to ■!!*. We have them
in I.ace Hoots. Tan Hutton Hoots, Patent
Button Hoots, tan, gun-tnctal and patent
pumps.   Prices.       - •     $3.00 to $4.00
Button shoes for women are decidedly it for
the coming season. Let us show you a few of the
most up-to-date lines.
WOMEN'S TAN PAT. BUTTON-I0 button, good-
year welt sole, dark shade, cuban heel, the
new Toy toe.   We feel sure you can't beat
it anywhere.    Price.       -      -        -        $5.00
WOMEN'S TAN BUTTON-Cuban heel, good-
year welt sole, kid top, high grade patent
colt vamp, bungalow toe.   Price.       -     $5.00
WOMEN'S NUBUCK BI'TTON-The newest
Bhoe for the coming season and destined to
be the most popular of all the classy ones.
Light fawn shade of buck that can be
washed with soap and water. Good-year
welt, white buttons, military heel.   Price $6.00
WOMEN'S BHOWN VELVET BUTTON   decidedly a nobby   shoe   in   a  nobby   last.
Brown velvet vamp, corded silk top.   Medium weight sole,  cuban heel.    Price.        $6.00
HOUSE FURNISHING DEPARTMENT
MATS AND SQUARES
A lew lines that will interest the housekeeper
who is prepairing for early- spring house cleaning.
These lines are extra special in value and will not
last long at the prices.
Japanese Mats ***> Bar*ains' 4x7' $17f
J   V 4x12 at $3,00 each
Union Squares A"sizes'a"colors
and combinations
You  can't   get  away from the values we
offering in these.   Call  and  see them:  the  prices
are uway below actual cost.
NEW LINES OF WALL PAPERS
Our new lines of Wall Papers have just
been put in stock and we can assure the public that never has such a complete line of artistic papers been shown in the city. Rich
and artistic but at prices that will surprise
you br their cheapness. Now is the time to
see them while the lines are all unbroken.
SCOTCH LINOLEUMS
We import direct from the manufacturer in
the Old Country and can supply you with the
best article for the least money. Our patterns are
all new and bright. Just compare these prices
with any you may" have
A   QUALITY—Inlaid, the best  that  is  on  the
market, at $1.40 per square yard.
"O  QUALITY—In a wide range of patterns
at $1.20 per square yard
f^ QUALITY -In attractive new patterns
at 90 cents per square yard WKDNESDAY, MAR< H    Itli   I ll I
THBMAIL-HEEALB-   BEVEILSTOK-E
WEDNESDAY, MAIU'II 13t.li. 1312
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REID & TOUNG
A Fine Block
New Spring Importations
New Waists, New Ladies' Underwear, Ladies' Spring
Costumes, Ladies' Spring Coats, New Millinery, New
Ready-to-Wear Hats.
We Invite You to Inspect Our Display
length,
li   hm    n
i *.*,,. storey* In
REID & YOUNG
IUI CITV :H BRIEF
honev - honey:
■*!( .    ;■* * .-. ,111   [ol   SI     I'uti ick *     ■ II
•      ment tn this Isbiii
Ol * m ■■* ymi will I,,* i.t  the Con -
,   * *      * Itci   tomorrow  eveniug
. rl   Hal
\i.  Epwoi th I.** .        oclal " 111    in'
tonight nt  ib,* home ol     Mrs.
* tietg,   Sit..ml   st .v.-I
Doi '1     ' Tgcl      tin*      t'onsci vutivc
Siimk.:.  tomorrow  (Thursday), even
■ j   in  Selkirk hall.
I:    .-.    Loilge,   N..    .'i.   K      i.t
P    will confer Becond rank  this even
: g    A  full  attendance  is  requested
*■ •   *    ir t ckets early  for the  St.
Patrick's  entertainment,   Mow on sale
ni   Macdonald's .lrut; Btore
81    Patrick's eutertalnmeut,  Mon ■
Sth lut t . In the opera bouse
... pici    ol    tin- Dramatic
Society .'l si. Francis club.
Dr. Hamilton, A   B, Kincaid T. K.H
trick   ii i   \    McRae,  aro expected
•     irrtvi   home tomorrow ^Thursday)
uthern trip.
mg   .ii ice ,n the
■ Methodist    hurch Sunday  eventng.  A
-   will lie given on "Who
l   ■**.,*  SI    Patrick.."
R< -••-..    Mm,,:,,,   aigbi   f0|   t|K*   si.
Pati titei tainment   in  the opera
keti   on  s.ii,   at   Macdou ■
jtore,
Hi
, ui 5 li*. i'.i i ••    Tills is
Ilis season ol llie year.
I'm.- ___M (
\*.HI fiml uivftilli nil' *ii
HOME-MADE JAM    >*i i  m * m,| i|iiarts
.ili-olntel,  |,iiu* .iii.l well put up,
SYRUPS    I'lire MupleSyrup in bottles or
.Ml', i* lu bi* llle lu-l.
-niiiilliiii*.:   .'"ii
•I.I-.     1.11 -
llnell
llu*
A.  HOBSON,
MacKenzie Avenue
SPRING    IS   THE   RIGHT    TIME
l'o select .uul in.ike   llic   liv-'. pnymriil on .i iioinc,    Then   vou   cull
iMiilcu. ,i p mltri yard und nil sorts nl tilings i-ou
ll you hat t* ii   little capital   we  «an
home iinmcdiateli
|Hli*l*  I'l   flln   I1'""  Hj
would bnjo) during a Summer,
make u cu-*. (oa you t i in iptire
KOOTENAY  AGENCIES LIMITED
Genuine Irish Shamrock and greon
t'nimil mus :.,i St. Patrick's Day ul
Hosedene Nursery,  'Phone U'*'.**.
Card of Thanks
I |,eg   to extend to the   in.my Iri.wls
0. it. Moodonuld lm« '•"»' fomplet
e.l the arduous tnsk ol moving IUh
big drug and     ilntloiiery Btock  into
hlS   new   bluck   "li       M'Kmii.im   nvelllle.
This hlock,     which Is mndo ol     red
M-iek  im one ul  tlio rn.m.i  substantial
in  the oity,   it   *    "' l,vl   "
wiin ii frontage ol 2S(t'ol
large basement nnd
height.   The coillns   Ib ol  metal     ol
artistic     designs,    \     novel  leaturo
about this Btoro Is tho attractive gal
lery whieh extends ulong oue side and
the rear end,   This is used lor Hint
lonery and bbokH,   Thoro Is au abun
ilnm f lighl  which is su essential
iu n iii-pniHiii.*,. The second Hoor is
iiuiiieii with t..ur largo rooms.
Nowhere in the Interior ol British
Columbia enn bo lound ii moro com
plots drug Btoro tlian this une. it
wns planned hs Mr. Mnedonnld especially  lor  liitn.si'U
Get Three Months
Vuncouver, II C, March 11 If ve
mil  ,.( ihe six rhargod with unlawful
assembly in tlio tree si h gatli u Ing
iu Hie eity Bciuiiro on Jan, -'•' wi ro
sentenced toilaj  by Judge Mel b,
Martin Doylo wns the sixth mul was
BCQUltted,   while   I'.i ll   Hurst   Will   gil
en three months Irom tho dato ol ai
i. st,  Deunls and  Paul Schults      gol
tiii. ,• months nlso Irom date * ! tl" lr
sontenca,   James Cnt'Bon aud William
Roberts gol six months trom the dute
ol sentei	
The sevwrlty ol  tho sontonccs    mir
I prised tho mon, who had pleaded lor
! leniency, Schultz and     Roberta    nre
ineniliei'H i.f  tlie  I IV Vi.
I
It was stated by tho crown prosecutor after tlie cotirl   proceodlngs that
I Pettipiece, who wns arrested al the
samo time and who choso n jury ttl
I al, ui ihe nssizi's, may change Ins
ileu and tuke n upeed) trial to do
ei.le his u'liill or innueenee hefure tbe
election, Pettipiece being u Soclalisl
candidate,
Y. M. C. A. NOTES
Vostet'duy the toam thai wenl to
Vancouver to try lor the n.r. busk
el hull championship, returned to tho
city, Our boys were disappointed In
ihe style ,,f playing done by tho
boys at the coasl, as they were I boi
..in-lily drilled t" "'..serve the mil's,
while the consl team played without
any regard lor the rules The local
buys were defeated, the honoi emm:
to the Vancouver V.M.C.A, Orent
■ re.lit is due the Vancouver V.M.C.A.
officials mil members, who spared no
* * give tbo local hoys .i pleas
uiu tune im,* and .ill express themselves as having had *i very nice trip
Methodist Tennis Club
A      mosl     elillniMiist ie   nn.I   well   ul
tended meeting wiih held In the Mei.h
o.'IIbI church Mondaj e-zenlng, for tbo
I purpose ui organising n tennis olub.
Tho club will ho known ns tho Metli
ii.lisl   Tenuis Chili.   Considerable    In
to res I   was tnKon  In Win oloctii I
officers,   whieh  resulle.l   ns   lollows:
I iuu. President   Mi. CF, Lindmark
President- Mr,  Harri   Maxwell,
Vice-Pros,   Miss  Eva  Thompson.
See. Trensl    Miss   Kthel   lllnekbei'i;.
Committee on  rules,     membership,
ele.— Uev.   11.   ,1.   Melnt yre,   IO.  I'nniei'
i.n. c. Painting, M. AdorBon, and P,
Bnmson,
NO Evi^TNim
Dots Advertising Pa) ?
As u result  ol a Bluglo local news
i i cm  boing  published  io  lasl   week
iu the Mail-Herald, a Rovolstoko real
estate man sold two luis tor $1100,
His name enn be obtained by ap
plication i" ihe Mnii Herald Office,
"llll .-*. BMXBI.
wm
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W*   ""- ■■        ■   ' -    rtefls J*
The entrj  blank bu  the Arts
Miss Myrtle Robinson wns taken t,.
the hospital on Friday, having bad
three lingers crushed in .1 manglo at
1 ho  laundry,   sin*  will   nol   be llkelj
ihem.  Imt  hopes to I ll .      Ml      Usborne
    mU
In  tins city,    my  sincere thanks :■ thlbitlon ma)   lie had ..1 any
many   e presgions  ol  sympath)    andjtlme now  trom the Physical  Director
In        and  to the n
Base Ball Club Organised
\i n mooting ut young men 111 tho
Mei luiiiist church Mmi,lay evening, it
wns docldod iu orgnnlso n base imll
club nnd enter s team In the Y.M.C,
A. loague. Tin' le.iiii will Iw known
is the J.B.O, baseball team:
Officers   were  elected   nn  billows: —
1 luii. Pres.   Mr. C, F. Lindmark.
Pros,    Uev.   II.   .1.   Meinlyre.
Vice Pros.—Mr,  Did, Oorloy.
S *. Troos.   Mr.  I 'mil  Samson
Oommlliee   Messrs, M.  Anderson,J.
Wilton,  R. Squarebriggs and  H.    J,
Meinlyre.
Mr. Wilton wus selected to bo cap
tain ol tho team.
MDITIONU BUSINESS LOCALS
■rn liKXT   Furnished house on F.0.11
lh street.    Vpply to Mall Hei 1' I.
ll wtkii   a  Furnish .1   Room In  tho
neighborhood  ol  Courl   House.   ' p
I Ij   to Box 7:12.
Speoial Bale ol 1 iambi Ic ' 01 sol
I',,ver 1'lmlii in.lorn •, rogttlai 85c. onlj
'2b c. this week al  Mel •ciiiiun'e
Special Bale of ladles' and chl|drons
hi irj, only 25c, per pall. See our
v. Ii low,   McLennan & Co
ICmpresi and Vni 1 nr shin *. p, tonl.
kind  mnl  tuu,  in all  stylei Ij   * *
;,   p     I   ut   Mel.enunll' e.
Crown Tai'lorlng t'ompunj. Lini teil
T uu.   Agenl    F.   Lcfeaux,   Revel
stuho.   See Spring   im.1 Summer sum
pit s     Ml suits made to 01 lei  an 1 111
guaranteed.   1 Ifflco  with   UN.  Co ir
,,*i,   First  Btreel 11.   Mr 18
LAST  I'llAM'K  FOR   FRKB  LAND.
A rosorpatlon ol lertile vnlley land
is now open in Mexnu. Homesteads
Free. Only requirement is to huve
ine acres of bananas planted within
Bve years! An authorised company
will plnnt the bananas and market
them on shares, Ymir share should
bring i'2iw per acre annuafly.     The
lant.ha Plantation    Co., Block '
\,V iv. *•'•*
<"ulf,'
1 .
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We have taken tin' Agency Cor " Minerva Pure Prepared
I'aini," and are in 11 position to uive you a paint that will last
longer, jv" farther.and Btand more wear than any other paint
on the market,
[f you are.thinking of painting tin's Spring, give it u trial.
For buildings inside and outside use "Minerva Pure Prepared Paint.
For Bhingled roofs use " Minerva Barn, Roof and Bridge
Paint."
For floors use " Minerva Exterior Floor Paint."
For Slain and Varnish Finish use " Minerva Lac,"
For cupboards, shelves, kitchen chairs, use "Minerva
Pure Prepared Paint," put up in convenient  household sizes,
We also handle all colors of Alabastine.
Rovolstoko Hardware Co., Lid.
Howson Block
Pittsburgh,   Pa.,   U.S.A.,     distribute
Mexican land In tho U.S. and Canada
Write fue particulars.   You  need  nol
0 to Mexico, t.c.
sii'iu'i.;
I huve now moved into my new
premises nml I bog to notlty my
many customers un.l friends tbat ul
tie lifiein years iu tho old comer
stand I will .-is ii uul 1 ry to satisfy
uty nmn>* patrous 111 tho new placo.
(.'nil und mm 11- when passiug, you
nee,1 11,,1 1,ui.   1'   11. Mucdonuld,
•     i> ■ 1 he
the
mj
.■iv days,
*\ mayoi   * I
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Mi-   11   McKinney, who ,   enjoying!    ft*.   M.   Brown,
;i te*   days  holiday  at  the coast,    la stoke,     and  now
ick  ..t  the end  ol      Hns   1*.,,. t. is payiug .. visil  to Revelstoke
Ithjs week     Mi    Brown Dwns vs    1
Is     in the     Fraser river il   1
' '    '■';!"»"»  "' " »ure-en   !;,:„,V(. K| ,      wt„.,,   .
new  railwaj
Di   rs open    nl .
-   ■    ' !    The  Gr.and  Chapti 1   ol
..ns.   which  mei
. lected     In    Sul
Ti *     *: gugi mi uced ol
1 ui  furmeily of K* velstoke I
and  t..  ■ .*  ■*.'      Mr.   .,:. i   Mrs.    11.    A. i
i„,-.\s..i    :.. Mr.  B    T   11 111   tu*.
s    B.C.
Mi    Fi -1.   Briggs    tl     chi,
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ed had . mil 1 .,*-■
'   -     ays     !'■.: ue I  r
Mr '.'   "   n     will      bc      -    -I   *
•   '        i.-ere.
Ow    .- •    tbe fa. t thai   1
.  ■.- ■■     ., igi
■ 1  this Wednes
.
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tiEO.   dTKVESTOS.
I hen   y beg I
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v in.   a i»re so
vement     I I    thank
.,! the v U .' \     ill entries must  be
in the han I the physical Director
■ *.   Mai b -"Hi al  10 p.m..   All     ex
their place nol  lat
••!   than  April   llth at   6p.m. The en
25c,  ,',,1      the
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.,1 entrj     \ny  Informal * 0  amy     be
Physical D
*
..;        the asking,
NOTICE.
The Police have been Instructed by
ihe Cily Council i" prosecute all
pels,,11s keeping or harboring n Dog
without u 11, i-i-,: m. A Dog that is nol
worth paying a liren.se for is worth
nothing. Taxes ean bo paid al the
Police Btatlon up to the ITth Inst.,
after thai date ui Lion will be taken.
II. M. PARRY,
I'luei of Police.
Conservative
Smoker
All in, t. I ns u[ ih,* Conner
vnlivc 1 ksoi '.ri .11 nml Iheir
li ieii.ls ui e inv iliil Iii at 11- ti, 1
ilu* Smoking Convert In
SELKIRK HALL
Thursday Evening
at 8 o'clock
i\ Good Programme
Provided
A GOOD  HOKSE
t!i ,11*'.     Superintendent   * '  Kootenui
thus ;.cugti sing
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Mi 1 lm   honoi      ■ ■
Piocuni r in  law, a
Bsi|      g   1*11,
Death of Mrs. Osborne
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Mr.   A,
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Mr     1". *■ in
I   ill   the   *
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r  ..sh  tiros..  ..f  Vancouver
H   1.    krnoa,   i
ty.   Mr.    Toombs
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BECAUSE
Real Eitate values arc nol inflated
property is sold on its oun merits.
uyers.
'
.ind
 ^^^^^[ Oi
the $25,000,000 voted for railway de«
1 i-'iipnifiit in Alberta, $20,000,000 is
tributary to Bdmonton and ,$7,000,000
i> in inj; spcnl iii (he city by ilie three
iiiiii- enl roads. I'mil a short time ago
Bdmonton uas the end of railway transportation, but uiili two lines buildiug
through to the Coasl and three to die
tiu-it Peace River country, this cil) i.i
becoming .1 great distributing center.
This great farming district is attracting
monied in'crests from all pans tf the
intry and man) new wholesalers are
securing sites (or large establishment3
in I Jmonton, the commercial centre for
the *i ii 'K new distrii 1.
BECAUSE
Many Revelstoke people have already
made successful investments in Bdmonton during thc past yearor so and vou
will i.iii to find one who cannot reali/e a
splendid increase in value. The amalgamation of Bdmonton and Strathcona
makes property on the south side o( thc
river especially attractive at the present
time.
Our property. I<n iwn as " Crescent
View," located 2 ' miles Irom the Kd-
monton Post Ollice and commanding a
beautiful view of the Saskatchewan
River, is sine to Inini*; investors i|uiek
returns. The new site for the Allieit.t
col'ege whieh will accommodate 500
pupils, is located just east of " Crescent
View " whieh insures a street car line in
thc near future and other city improvements shortly.
BEWH'   DRUG   STORE
L.-ulies'  H;ind  Begs
Reduced Fnci 9
.'■.   pel    cell!
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Straw Hat Dye. any color
25c. per bottle
Rexall  Cold Cream
Un   Chapped   Hands
35c. and 50c. a Jar
I' ii i 'inn Coltl * ' • ■-uu
25c.   find   5(»c*  Kadi
SPRING TONICS
..'!;,
Im \mII ( ' lit •   li,,n   J, >;. .
Wood Tablels,
I'.l.in.l-.   [HOU   I'lll*
NECKTIES!     NECKTIES!
Men
ties ol all      da -and 1   nn
Spring Undi
era of • faatidic
.uni cloth,
. erlook
bews THE REXALL STORE bews
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Onltittors for RevelBtoke. Men and Boys
"CRESCENT VIEW THE BEST"
BECAUSE
Ni tuly IMO lots ban hi fn solil right in Eilmonton during the past three weeks to
people who i::n tii, imt nml tee the property. Several deals of ti blocK or more have
I, tn 1 Ion 'I with Edmonton Real Estate opera'rrs who realize that this desirable
Sub-Divisnn it Inting sr.ld at extra low prices anil will net them good returns. This
iiIIilv lms told I'Vir 100 lots to Revektukebuyers who may rest assured thut they
ban ntti.lt the be / buy on the market t,-day. We have a few choice lots left ut thc
original price which will mily last a few days more. Don't put this off. See us at
once.
PRICE,  $150 PER LOT
Onc-Fiflh Cash. Balance Over 18 months.   Special Prices on Blk, and Half Blk. Deals
J. B. WATSON REALTY COMPANY
E. G. FOLEY. Manager, MacKenzie Avenue
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