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PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS
Vol. 17-No. 27
REVELSTOKE. B. C. AVRiL 12, 1911
$2.50 Per Year
%iMAMakdhfc
OUR SPLENDID NEW LINE OF BUILDERS' HARDWARE
AND TOOLS IS NOW READY FOR  YOU.
WE   KEEP   STANDARD  MAKES OF ADZES. CHISELS.
HAMMERS. HATCHETS, SAWS   EVERYTHING.
YOU TAKE NO CHANCES IN NOT GETTING THE BEST
WHEN YOU BUY FROM US.
WE WANT TO SEE YOU OFTEN.
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Hardware Co* Ltd
awrence Hardware
Plumbing and Tinsmithing
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Office - Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Authorized -             $10,000,000.00
Capital Subscribed -          5,575,000.00
Capital Paid Up -      -     5 330,000.00
Reserve        - 5,bi>v, jOO.OO
Branches or Agent! at all principal points InJOanada,
Agents in Greal Britain and United States—London, England,
Lloyds Bank, Limited. Chicago- First National Bank, Corn Exchange National Bank. Seattle—Seal tie National Bank, San Francisco—Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank. Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposit* of $1 and upward, received, and interest allowed at
current rate from date of deposit,   Correspondence solicited.
Reveletoke Branch —A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
iHBHBHHHaaBHE
SiX ANIMAL FERTILIZERS
Thej build up mid permanently enrich lhe soil.   The greatly in-
irnihdl returni will prove a profitable investment.
Any lyitem oi agriculture which doea nol preserve tlio fertility of
the soil nnil increaae it when low, is not scicnliHc and not good I'lisi-
lieaa. If your land is rich kttp it rich byuaing Bums' Complete Animal
Perttlltera.
Call or send for uur pamphlet on PertllUen which dcscrilies how to
use them.
p. ffurns & Company. Aid.
WHITEWEAR
A   Shipment just arrived from the East.
Also Ladies' White Dresses.
Mrs. A, G, Crick, • First Street
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Garden Seeds
The  frcHh stock nf Garden Seeds we aro offering
yonjis reliable.   Orders taken for timothy clover and
other bulk seeds.
HOT BED (KOI
POT PLANT RHUS
DUTCH ONION IITI
GARDEN IIIDI
John  McIntyre n. Hon
V.M.C.A.ENTERTAINSTWO
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Clever Speakers Address Guests
and Eulogize Association's
Work-Library is Needed
The big event of the Y.M.C.A., to
which everybody connected with the
'institution had been looking forward
for thc past month or two with
hopes of success, came oB lasi night,
and thc facts that there were between
100 and -00 present and that everybody was pleased with tbc entertainment provided, are proof that thc
annual banquet was aD unqualified
success.
A splendid repast furnished by tbe
Ladies' Auxiliary to the Y.M.C.A.,
was followed by very interesting
speeches by as varied an array of
oratorical talent as could be hoped
for, and the many and various topics
of discussion were dealt with in a
masterly manner. The good work of
the Y.M.C.A. was eulogized from he-
ginning to end, and many compli -
ments were handed out to the local
management and thc public for their
support of the worthy object.
Mayor Hamilton presided aud acted
as toast master in a very able manner, ln rising to propose thc toast
to "Our Cue6ts", he thanked the
management for the honor they had
conferred upon him in selecting him
as chairman of the banquet. Briefly
he described the progress of the Y.M.
0. A. since its first inception here in
1906. I'ublic subscriptions to the
amount of $12,000, had been augmented a year later by the 0, P. R.
offering io pay the salary ol a secretary. Three years later the railway
had come forward with a free gift of
light and fuel to the institution, and
now, recognizing tbe benefits derived
from the existence of such an insti -
tutiun in a railway town, the C.P.R.
had set aside a sum for such buildings in railroad towns.
The fact tnat the institution is Belt
sustaining, and that no grants were
asked, was a matter for much congratulation, he thought, and every -
body should feel proud of the Y.M.C!.
A. and its work. Revelstoke Y. M.
C. A. was the first instituted in the
interior and with a membership of
30O it has set a pace that was hard
to overtake.
Mr. T. Kilpatrick in responding to
the toast greatly appreciated the local support which had been given the
maintenance of the institution. He
was proud of the assistance given by
thc ladies, and rejoiced in seeing so
many young and capable men devoting their entire lives to this most
worthy work. If a young man is
started right, he said, it was ver-,
seldom he deviated from tbat path.
Itevelstoke was thc parent institution
in the interior from wbich there had
been many an offspring. Better service was always given where the institution was not run as a boarding
bouse. II the object was not to
make money but simply to break even the tendeucy was to give better
service. Ue would recommend more
sleeping accommodation for the local
institution and an addition to the
building, this more particularly
rooms and roomera.
Mr. J. M. Dudley, speaking ol
Association progress, said ho
amazed at what had transpired with
in thc Past live years. The record in
buildings was something the Association could congratulate Itself on.
Kour years ago be had travelled from
Montreal to Rovelstoke and had not
run across one Railroad Y.M.C.A. till
he got to Revelstoke. Tbere were
many city associations, but no rail-
mad institutions. Now they were
at ( liapleau, White Rner, Hcbiibcr,
Ignarc, and Kenora, nnd last week
the seventh railroad Y.M.C.A. waa
opened at Cranbrook. The ('. I'. It.
bad donated J!75,(XJO in property to
the Y.M.I'A. mi.I thc prospects were
lino for more. This mad was tbc
pioneer In contributing to thm institution, but now there is icarwly u
road but is following its example.
Thc Pennsylvania Railroad, which
is generally conceded to |« tbtltaO
dard railroad ol America, he said,
bad turn down forty buildings and
used four blorka for its most bnnd
some station, and lind appropriated
property with „ rental value of W0,-
000 a year for Y.M.C.A. purposos.
Hero it had erected most olaboratc
q uu ton.
Thc (IMI. has Y.M.C.A. men work
ing all along tl»e line of tbo ti. T. P.
who nrr AoiBf excellent work. Working men come to them In time of
trouble nnd seek their counsel.
In mcml.'THlnp Mr. Dudley said thc
VM.c.A. wna rapidly making pro*
groaa. It*. roomH wero crowded and
nt Kennta tbi bowling alloys had to
ba used for sleeping apnrlmriili Tlie
prOfTMi .»f the institution lie said
««» mraeuiv.,1 by lbe extent to which
the men aud "onion ol thc community oltired tbiuuelvti to make It
for
thc
was
WHERE TO GO FRIDAY
Cricket Match on Cricket
Grounds, 10 a. m.
Baseball, at Y. M. C. A.
Grounds, 1:30 p.m.
Lacrosse match after the
baseball game.
First match of Revelstoke
Rifle Association.
Y. M. C. A. bowling and
billiards.
Methodist Choir Concert,
8:15 p. m.
Edison Theatre, moving
pictures, 3 and 8 p.m.
success, aud he was proud to know
that Revelstoke had the good will of
an ever increasing numlier. In Mr.
Kilpatrick he was sure the Y.M.C.A.
had a good friend and uue willing to
do all in his power to make it a suc"
cess.
Mr. W. W. Foster in proposing the
toast to our interests assured Mr.
tirahnm and Mr. Dudley that while
they may visit larger institutions, iu
no other place would they receive,
as warm a welcome as In Kevelstoke. '
He was pleased to have a chance to
address the gathering as it was possibly the last opportunity he would
have of doing so as a private citizen
of Revelstoke for some time. He considered the Y.M.C.A. a most worthy
and needed institution here. Since
its arrival on the scene thc moral
tone of thc railroad meu had been
considerably bettered. Since its coming railroad officials say that only
the highest claSB of railroad employ-j
ces run out o' Revelstoke. This he
attributed to the excellent opportunities afforded for the employment of
leisure hours in the Y.M.C.A.
J. P, Forde followed in eulogies oi
Messrs. Howson and Foster for their
(Continued on Page Six.)
I BASEBALL GAME
GOOD FRIDAY AFltKNDQN
Corley House and No. Two Eire
 Brigade Cross Bats on fl. ft.
V.M.C.A. iirounds
At 1.30' on Hood Friday afternoon
the first baseball match of tbe season
will bc played on thc Y.M.C.A.
ground*- between No. 2 Fire Brigade
and thc Corley House. Thu line up,
which is as follows will ensure a
good and interesting game:—
No. 2 Fire Brigade—A. Woodland,
c; H. Burrldge, p.; II. Mulbollnnd,
lb.; W. A Sturdy, ib.; K. Mi-Hue,
lib.; F. Worley, s.s.; (J. Brock, I.f.;
R. Syuarebriggs, c.!.; J. B. Scott,
r. f.
Corley House—Q, Woodland, c; R.
K. Yott, p.; O, }). Harrison, lb.; Vi.
Stone, 2b.; Ceo. Knight, 3b.; H. B.
Munroe, s.s.; H. Moore, I.f.; li. Corley, cf.; 1'. Ivcosch, r.i.
Alter the tiest four innings Joe.
Howson, F. Young and C. Uniuhart,
will bc culled Irom the bench to perform iu the outfield, nnd after the
baseball match a lacrosse game will
be played between two picked teams.
Thc baseball game will be called
sharp at 1.3*0.
THREE YEARS IN Ji
Heavy Sentences Meted Out to
Perpetrator of Burglaries
Knd Williams,  ibe uniii airi'sti'il ni
connection with the burglary ol Uo
Kinnon & Butborlaod'i itore, and «i
ho that of the Revelitoka     Qeneral
Agencies Mimic store, was brought Imi
fine Magistrate Foster on Monday,
and lieing convicted on both charges,
wns sentenced to two years In Knm-
loopi Jnll on each charge, tbc sentences to Ini served concurrently,
Hn two other charges of theft of
goods from the private rooms of
gui'sli. in locui hotels, Williams ww
also s. n I lined to serve su months
apleoe on each charge, making in all
a I "Ial of throe years.
Williams is conceded lo bo n well
known crook who hns ..n several 0c-
COtioni done time. on March 27th,
of this year he was released from
Kamloops Jnll after Itrving a term of
six months for theft.
C.P.B. AND MECHANICS
ARE NOT YET AGREED
Strike Not an Improbable Thing
of the Future-Real Questions Are Evaded
Winnipeg, April S.—All hope of a
friendly anl amicable adjustment oi
lhc differences between the mechanics
of the Canadian I'acilic and tho company aPI'enr to have been given up
by the men and the only question nt
issue now appear to be whether the
employees will ask for a board of enn
dilation to consider tbe matter or
tako the situation In their own hands
and strike without the intervention
of the board.
A singular feature of thc present
impasse consists in tbo fact that the
two parties to tho contract have never got down to any consideration of
wages or conditions of work, which
are supposed to be the real questions
to be dealt with.
When the representatives of tho
men met the compnny to go into the
matter a few weeks ago, Ihey suggest
ed certain methods of procedure.
These were apparently of a now nature, such as had no precedent. The
officials of tbc Canadian Pacific were
unwilling to take up tbe consideration of the issue in tho manner and
methods suggested by tlie men, and
thc discussion of the schedules were
hung up at that point.
This Is still the trouble today. Ho-
presentatives of the men, interviewed
this morning, were reluctant to give
information regarding the difficulty,
but it was stated that the difficulties
between the men and company which
prevented any discussion of rates of
pay and conditions of labor was one
connected with the method of procedure.
Chairman Frank McKcnnn, the president of the allied trades ol the Canadian I'acilic on western lines, who
has been in the city for several weeks
looking after the interests of his fellow employees and James Somerville
of Moose Jaw, who for a number of
years has been prominently connected
with the men, expected that after
today there would be nothing left for
them to do in Winnipeg and that all
tho possibilities of thc case had been
exhausted. Arrangements were made
this morning that they and the other
three members of the executive should
depart and unless the unexpected hap
pens all the members of the executive
will leave for their homes tonight.
Visitors at Halcyon
Among the visitors to Halcyon lint
Springs for the lust week In April,
nn' Mi. and Mrs. (iFiinell, whose
l"'ll lm'. dune sn much to make ilill
ish Columbia and especially tbo Kuo-
a' Icunys known to tbc outside world.
EXPENSIVE EDUCATION
Nelson's Cost the  Greatest,
hevdlstoke a Close Second
At thc suggestion of Mayor Selous,
W. B. WnBson, city clerk, has been
amassing statistics on the cost of
primary education in Uritish Columbia- From the latest government report, he lias worked out the cost per
child of school maintenance   for     a
year iu cities of the second rim:-, the
result of Ins labors being thc following tabic:
A v. dally
No. of  ui.u.ii.1* Total  Coil pec
taaehan unco ooni      head
Umiiil Porlti.    s        i:;2 $u,wi     MAI
LadywilUi        Ul        WO I u.i in      l- 7.11.
tiaiialnio.         2i>       113 2i,imi      ia>.ia
Nulioll    .......    U il« H.W I.i 11
Bereliitoke.   . IS na 18,817 18,01
ItoMlend II in nun; mu
Ni Vanuuuvur i Wi a,i.l k7,w
Voriiun ll mi.' tll,-Mfl oil I,
Tin.: in the table on which Mayor
Selous  based  his remark   that in tbc
mniici of providing costly education
Nelson injoyi-ii a proud preeminence.
According to tbo table, Nanaimo
lm the largest school population ol
iin* i.iI. , ..I ibe second class,     and
the largest toachlng stall.  Nelson has
iin* largest aggregate expenditure and
the largest  cosl  per capita.
Union tbere is more ihau ordinary
Increase In tbe number ot pupils   In
the Nelson schools this year lbe llilL
cost per capita is duo to make <iuitc
un  iidvnnei'  over   l'JIU, as  the estim
men rail inr $.w*,ikki, whereas last
year's expenditure was 186,(8*9*,—Nelson News
COUNCIL MAKES ITS OFFER
Moves to Pay Newman $2,565.37
as Einal Settlement
The city council  al a iPSOlal  meeting      passed     the    lollowing   motion
unanimous!)   tendering   Mr. Newman
the ,.uin ,,( $8,(65.37 m full us settle
mint  nl his claim  against  Il.e      city
iu connection    with tbt construction
ol  the power  dam.      'I'he SUffl nf <$!>,
15 iS  lhe city's claim against bun
for nllogcd  damages  din ing  lbe  Hon
operation ol tba plant during     construction, und the »i.i*mii: surety ipo-
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PAINT
A carload o( Sherwin-Williams Paints just put into
stock. This includes everything in thc painting line for
outside or inside work.    Stains, Varnishes, Enamels, etc.
Gopd paint costs little if any more than poor paint.
Wc carry the best that is made, therefore be sure that your
Paint comes from our Store.
A full assortment of Alabastine, Furniture Polishes,
Paint Brushes, Step Ladders and everything necessary for
1 louse-cleaning lime.
Bourne Bros.
Groceries,   Hardware, Stoves, Plumbing
	
a
USB
Swift's Blood M Bone Fertilizer
To increase yeur yield of Garden Fro-
diico, Fruits, Etc., Etc.
SOLE  AGENTS
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
lh.*.! Class Mi.\i  Purveyors
Phone 251
P. O. Box 181
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Housewife's Favorite Brands
Robin Hood Flour
Jacob"s Dublin Biscuits
Bell Blend Tea
Bell's No. I Java and Mocha Coffee
G. W. BELL
P. O.  Box 208
GROCER & BAKER
Phone No. 23
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alleged ill empanels* In th«i work   at
tin. dam,
Moved by Aid. Mi Kii,i> .ti. Mcondad
by Aid. .Miniiiiimi...ii, llmt Wm. Nan
uniii ,v Uompanj  i.r taodarad     pay-
11..ni   nl  Hn   mn,,11111  us |ier eiiKinccra
iiiiui I'siimiiii.' togatbu with tin*
lowing  mimn.—
itu Blaetrie Light  i
He Board      11.2ii
H" Rope   36.tw
Ri Lumbal  ItAl
\jttt  Hn*  i-ily'K i liuin  ul     V ■
an.l iui   firiirhi  mnl lumbal   1
account %8H W,    Balanct  to 'a
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1:.      nl.i   balaOM   ul   i2 ;.',7..I7   Ik;   pal'l
ovct  to Wai. .Newuiun tt Co*      upuu
their jfiving eultal'li' rtlaMl iiidct
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1111111 In (rowing ..ui nt the contract,
nn 1 upon Win. Newman * Co. »attn
tying Ul that nil their accminta In
i*..1111.'i-ti.iii with tbc work an Paid or
■atlafactorily arranged, nn.l upon
Wm Newman A Co. nuin<titutinK auit
nd   with appiovcd  nuretlea
tbi IUOI "f 11,000 nn recommeml-w'
our engineer* (or the complete
the  work,   then   marked  cheo
-ity  tor due  perform'
tin    contract In nlanawl.
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tract. THE   MIA.IL-HERA.LID,    REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, APKIL 8tH, 1911
SEE THE ASSORTMENT OF SPRING GOODS
WOMENS' SUITS AND COATS
NEW SUMMER SUITINGS
In this season's distinctive designs.
Pretty wash fabrics that every woman
wants.
LADIES   WHITE AND COLORED WAISTS
Lingerie,  al 90c.   eaeh.     Pretty   pat
HOSIERY! HOSIERY!
terns attractive styles.
Colored House Waists iri good washing Prints at 75c. each.
Womens' Black Cashmere Hose 4
pairs for $1. Womens' Black Cotton
hose—5 pairs for $1.
WOMENS' ONE-PIEGE DRESSES
MEN'S BOOTS
All-wcol Panamas in all shades.
Eagle Shoe Co.'s  Boots—best  value
in   the   market;   Doctor's ^Antiseptic
WASH GOODS
Shoes, every  pair guaranteed   water
This section was never belter assorted
proof.
than at present—all the  hest  patterns
and prices  low.
MILLINERY!    MILLINERY!
NEW GINGHAM
This department is kept up-to-date
with a picked assortment of thc latest
Guaranteed fast colors, at 12 '^.c pr. yd
creations ol Pattern Hats.
At Reid Sr Young's Store
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I  SOCIETY IN BRIEF |
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THE CITY IN BRIEF
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The date Is ihe  lStlt ol April
the Ladies'  Auxiliary to 13. of It
At Home.
Mr. J. P. Fordo is taking Mr. W.
Vi. Foster's house ou his departure
Ior Victoria.
Mrs. J. J. Woodland was taken to
the hospital last night suffering from
appendicitis.
Remember—Methodist Choir Concert—G0od Fridny night in thc Methodist church.     Admission 50c.
Hear  Prof.  DeGeorge,  the     Itulian
harpi-t,  in one of his own composi - j
tions at  the  Bdison  theatre  tonight.;
The     R.M.R.    will hold a practice
shoot tomorrow morning. Those     re j
quiring guns and ammunition       can'
secure same at the drill hall tonight. I
Un Sunday afternoon next at 3:45,1
the International Railroad Secretary |
J. M. Dudley, will address the MenV
meeting at the Y.M.C.A. All menl
cordially invited.
The Imperial Bank ol Canada has
declared a dividend nt the rate of IJ
per cent, per annum lor the quarter
ending 30th April, 1911, payable on
the 1st May next.
On Wednesday, April 19th, the
.fe*>sic McLachlan Concert Co. will
be here at the Kdison theatre for
one nieht only. Miss McLnchlan will
t»e accompanied by Craii;hill Sherry,
the popular Scottish humorist.
At H meeting of the Dairymen's al
sociatiou on Thursday night at the
residence of Thos. Lewis, a resolution
was passed that the price of milk he
nine quarts Ior the dollar instead 01
eight, after May 1st. aiiJ that nil
milk Would te.-t three per cent, bu
ter fat.     (Sigd.) H. Smythe.
Everything is now getting In i»
paratlon for th.- \ M.('.A. banquet 1 >
he held Tuesday evening next. 'lhe
orche-tra will play at 7:30. 1 t
v,,.: ticket.- at once. A neatly prin
ted card hHs been arranged.Toait ll
>,n one side and men;: 1 ti the othei
The mill at Tafv.  B.  C .     Which ll
one "( half a dosen  u*.w     conti
by the U ii nlon Sawmills « 1.
Limited,  ot     Revelatoke,  bai     been
■D 1     partly
1       it by 1, larg   ' | m
-'..11 led      a* i.' -:  ol      this
mouth.     The ;■* ■ *i  end will be ample  Ior   all   demand!,   having        li-en
ncreaMd by about 900 bone power.
— Western Lumberman
RMd      barp   *■'.. i.i-tra.   wlin b      Iih *
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toke clt    n paat     week,
b*>        -a,"-1    f the I      in the-
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lal -'am on th    1  main
i,.k-hr I .. eturi i*r.,
.•ram Will
W,     two ■   .1 drama.
...     edui atlona      *  ire depl ting
tbe salt li Hyena      t'nele
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WHITE   CLOVER   HONEY
We lmve just received ;i shipment *»f White Clover Honev put up in
five Ib. cans, which we will guarantee to be absolutely Pure Honey,
and as tlis is (.lie season for honey we would advise you to try thia if
yoa wish to get the genuine article.
WAGSTAFFE'S  JAMS
The name "WagstafTe speaks for iisell in regard toquality. We have
a full assortment of this Pure Jam including Strawberry, Raspberry,
Peach, Plum, Bluck entrant and Apricot.
A. HOBSON,        Baker and Grocer.
Insurance
Is one of the most import,
ant items in your business
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, LTD.
will look after this branch   of
the business for you.
Kjootenay Agencies. Ltd.
Successors to Kincaid & Anderson
Mrs.   Sutherland
week   in Chase.
is  visiting
this
FASHIONABLE WEDDING
Miss Nora Haytlrn, ol Kamloops, is
\ i s i I i n g M rs.  H11 in ilton.
Mis. 1). M. Hue will not receive on
Wednesday next, April KJth.
Mrs. F. W. Laing will not receive
Wednesday nor again this season.
This week the Bridge Club met at
the home ol Mrs. Holten, Miss Gillnn
winning the prize.
Mrs. J. B. Taylor will receive on
Wednesday next April ISth for the
last time before returning to Kngland.
Mrs. J.K. Taylor was n bridge hostess on Thursday afternoon, entertaining at rout- tables. The prizes
being won by Mrs. Gibson and Mrs.
Tomlinson,
Last night Mrs. MeCarter gave a
very delightful young people's party.
After nn enjoyable game of "50*11",
dancing was indulged in. The prize
winners were Miss Robinson, Mr,
Oronyn and Mr. Moore.
McLennan's new store was on
Thursday evening the rendevouss of all
the devotees of Dame Fashion, it being thc occasion of the Easter opening ol this emporium of fashion. The
bright clean interior, decorated as it
was with the latest creations in woman's wear anil enlivened by the
strains ol music Irom Heed's harp
orchestra, was visited between thc
hours of seven nnl ten-thirty p. m.
by hundreds of fashionably dressed
women with a fair sprinkling of the
sterner sex. Incidentally the store's
enterprise resulted In n material
swelling of the linn's receipts for the
day.
played
and
Moving pictures tonigfal at tbe
io.lis..11 theatre.
Don't forget the "At Home'' Ladies. Auxiliary to B. oi R. T., Tapping's o|icra house.  April I8th.
p. ..f   Prank  DeG thi   Italiai
harpist, will play a solo entitled La
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GDN CLUB MEETS
Wednesday of Each Week will be
Regular Practice Day
An executive meeting of the Uevelstoke Gun Club was held at the Revelstoke Club on April 7th, President
Darber in thc chair. There were
present Messrs. Mulholland, Devine.
Sutherland, Sturdy. Munro, and
McDonell,
It wne decided that Wednesday of
each week lie regular practice day and
thut shooting commence at 1:31), except the first week when the shoot
will be held on Good Friday nt tour
o'clock. This will be the lirst button
shoot of the season.
The secretary was instructed to set
cure a boy for thc season to do the
trapping.
The price of targets will be one
nn.l ..ii half cents the same ns last
year.
It was decided that tlie membership
lee be Jo, that the club be divided
into two classes A nn.l B, nill that
appropriate buttons will he secured,
also that tbe shooting season stnrt
.11 Good Friday and end thc last
Wednesday in August.
The  butt.,11  awards  will  be decided
1 by  the  highest aggregate  ol  the  best
ten sh,,ots   luring the season.
It was moved by Sturdy, secon.led
by Devil a id carried. that the
elub purchase their targets direct,
thereby   get! ng club  rates.
•   twenty  members have       ex
iesiie   to   shoot, nnd I
I be the banner yenr in tbo
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The btg annual shoot will likely be
me In July, when Bhootl
■>•• here Irom all over      the
The president.  Mr Barber,
indly oflerel  to   put   up g  haul
Popular Young Revelstoke Lady Becomes Bride of Portland Man
A quiet but very pretty wedding
wns solemnized at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. G. Lund, on Monday, April
3rd, when their daughter, Alice, was
united in marringc t0 F. W. Wagner,
of Portland, Oregon. The bride w*ns
attired iu a gown ol Ivory satin,
beautifully embroidered and trim-
mul with a deep fringe with gold embroidery on chlflon. Her hair was
dressed with pearls and she carried
a large bou.net of cream roses.
Kuby Lunil, sister of lhc bride, acted as bridesmaid, and wore n dress
ol white tnfieta silk trimmed with
all over lace and pearl trimmings,
and curried a boi|iiei ot pink carna -
tions. Mr. .1. F. I'lielan. of Edmonton, was grooms man. The
bride's lii'ice,   Hilda      Anderson,       of
Golden,    acted as (lower girl,     ami
looked lovely in a dress ot l'i«k
silk. She carried » lioinel ol lily
o[-the-  valley.
Tae   bride's  sister  Teresa,
Mendelsohn's    wedding  march
looked      charming      in   a      dress  ot
champagne silk over pink satin.
Mrs. 1,1111,1, mother of thc bride,
was dressed in n rose crepe dc chene
The ceremony took place under an
arch of cream silk chlflon ami flowers
the table decorations being beautifully carried out in pink and white.
Quite a number of friends were present, among the guests being the
bride's sister Mrs. Anderson nnd her
daughter from Golden. After thej
ceremony a dainty luncheoh was •
served.
The groom's gift to the bride wns
a mngnilicient soltairc diamond ring,
to the bridesmaid, a massive band
carved gold bracelet, to the flower
girl a beautiful signet ring, to the
groomsman a gold tie pin. The young
couple received a large number ol
beautiful and useful  presents.
Mr. and Mrs. Wagner left on No.
'J7 for Idaho and California, and on
their return will reside in Portland,
Oregon. The bride's travelling dress
was of cream broad cloth, and her
hut a tusrnn straw with a large blue
willow  plume.
Uev. ,1, Vi. Stevenson officiated and
the bride was given away by her
father.
SUNDAY'S SERVICES
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
The regular services will be held In
the Presbyterian church next Sunday
At 11 a.m. the subject will be "Stirring the Nest," and at 7:30' p, m.,
"Helpfulness of True Manhood." The
pastor Uev. J. W. Stevenson. will
preach at both services. Sunday
school will meet at 2:30 p.m. Last
Sunday's attendance at. s.s. establish
ed n new record. All children not
connected with any other s.s. will be
11111.le welcome. Strangers nnd visitors are cordially invited to attend
all services.
1 some medal to be competed
' the annual shoot.
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The pastor's subject for Sunday
morning will be "God's Great Gift,"
In the evening it will be, "Getting
what is Coming to You." In the
evening there will be special music
directed by Mr. It. H. Sawyer. A
cordial  invitation to all.
METHODIST CHURCH.
Methodist church services, Uev.    It.
.1.  .Mclntyre. pastor.       Sunday ill  It
a.m.   7:.'):>  p.m.   subject,   "The  Dying
Thief"; ^.:in p.m.. Sunday school and
Bible  class;  Monday nt 8 P.m..     so. ■,
rial  evening of  the  League,  at      tho,
home ol Mrs.  Ilin'kberg;     Wednesday
at   S  p.m.,  prayer     meeting,  subjett,
"Paul  preparing  for  2nd  Missionary
Journey,"     Friday     at     g:lfi  p.m.,
choir concert.    A hearty    Invitation
is extended to the public to come to
1 liese  services.
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NOT1' c.
Thc Public aro notified that
all b .rk yards nnd Linn* must
l>o cleaned up within thirty
day* t'n this tla'e
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Mclntyre     I * oflei Ing s   hue   licsb
Wash Blouses
Almost every day adds to our supply of Wash
Waists, and wc art.' now show ing a splendid
assortment suitable for all kinds of wear. The
short sleeve in the kimona style is one of thc most
popular, bul wc have them in many other styles,
beautifully trimmed with insertions and embroideries, as well as the plain tailored, with stiff collars
and cuffs.    The  prices range from qoc. to $4.50
Colored Waists in prims, chambray and pcr-
cales, in light and dark colors, good washing materials and well made, from "j^n. |0 $1.25 eaeh.
Silk Blouses in cream, pongee and black, the
celebrated St. Margaret's make. We never have
shown a heller lining or more .serviceable garment.
Let us show them to you.
WASH HOUSE DRESSES
We can give you splendid values in these
garments. In some cases the price is little more
than the material would cosl \ou. You will find
ihem well made and good titling. They come in
ginghams, percales and prints and the cheapest
one (a good gingham) sells at $1.00.
SPECIAL IN PRINTS AND GINGHAM
Look in our north window and you will see
some grand values in prints and ginghams. These
are the best grade of Knglish prints and Kingcot
ginghams, and we can guarantee every one o(
them to keep their color when washed. You will
pay 15c. or more at other stores for them. Your
choice here for 1 2 '..c.
How About A New Suit
Made to Order
Our Spring Samples for Suits and
Spring Overcoats just ariived.
We guarantee a perfect lit, stylo
and well tailored garments at
fair and honest prices.
MeKinnon & Sutherland
Fit-Reform Clothing
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and other sporting goods,
lacrosse,
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Our stock of Hoys' Suits is complete and
made tip of a well assorted line. Mothers
will lind numerous styles and patterns for
all ages, from 2 to 17 years, the largest
size worn in short pants. They show the
latest cul and fit, and our prices are the
lowest possible for the (juality. The best
sellers are double-breasted with Bloomer
pants.
PRICES FROM $4 TO $17
McRae Mercantile Co., Ltd.
The Style Shop for Men and Boys Who Know
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WHITEWEAR
A   .Shipment just arrived from the East.
Also Ladies' White Dresses.
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Garden Seeds
The fresli stock of Garden Seeds we are ofl'ering-
yoiijis reliable. Orders taken for timothy clover and
other hulk seedB.
HOT BED SEEDS
POT PUNT SEEDS
DUTCH ONION SETS
GARDEN 8EED8
John  McIntyuk •*, Son
Clever Speakers Address Guests
and Eulogize Association's
Work-Library is Needed
The big event of the Y.M.C.A., to
which ovcrybudy connected with the
■institution had been looking forward
for thc past month or two with
hopes of success, came ofl last night,
nnd the factB that there were between
150 and 200 present and that everybody was pleased with the entertain
ment, provided, arc proof that the
annual baniiuet. was bd unqualitied
success.
A splendid repast furnished by tbe
Ladies' Auxiliary to the Y.M.C.A.,
was followed by very interesting
speeches by as varied an array of
oratorical talent as could be hoped
for, and the many and various topics
of discussion were dealt with in a
masterly manner. The good work of
the Y.M.C.A. was eulogized from beginning to end, and many compli -
meuts were handed out to the local
management and tbe public for their
support of the worthy object.
Mayor Hamilton presided and acted
as toast master in a very able manner. In rising to propose the toast
to "Our Guests", he thanked the
management for the honor they had
conferred upon him in selecting him
as chairman of the banquet. Briefly
he described the progress of the Y.M.
0. A. since its first inception here in
1906. Public subscriptions to the
amount of $1-2,000, had been augmented a year later by tbe 0, P. R.
offering to pay the 6alary of a secretary. Three years later the railway
had eome forward with a 'ree gilt of
light and fuel to the institution, and
now, recognizing the benefits derived
from the existence of such an insti -
tution in a railway town, the C.P.R.
had set aside a sum lor such buildings in railroad towns.
The fact tnat the institution is self
sustaining, and that no grants were
asked, was a matter for much congratulation, he thougtit, and every -
body should (eel proud of the Y.M.C.
A. and its work. Revelstoke Y. M.
C. A. was the first instituted in tbe
interior and with a membership of
300 it has set a Pace that was hard
to overtake.
Mr. T. Kilpatrick in responding to
the toast greatly appreciated tbe local support which had been given the
maintenance of the institution. He
was proud of the assistance given by
thc ladies, and rejoiced in seeing bo
many young and capable men devoting their entire lives to this most
worthy work. If a young man is
started right, he said, it was very
seldom he deviated from tbat path.
Revelstoke was thc parent institution
in the interior from which there had
been many an offspring. Better service was always given where the institution was not run as a boarding
house. If the object was not to
make money but simply to break even tbe tendency was to give better
service. Ue would recommend more
sleeping accommodation for the local
institution and an addition to the
building, this more particularly for
rooms and roomers.
Mr. J. M. Dudley, speaking ol the
Association progress, said he was
amazed at what had transpired within thc Past five years. Thc record in
buildings was something the Association could congratulate itself on.
Kour years ago he bad travelled from
Montreal to Revelstoke and had not
run across one Railroad Y.M.C.A. till
he got to RevelBtoke. There were
many city associations, but no railroad institutions. Now tbey were
at t hapleaii, White River, Hebribcr,
Iguarc, and Keiuua, and last week
the seventh railroad Y.M.C.A. was
opened at Cranbrook. Thc C. P. R.
had donated JITS.OOO In property to
tho Y.M.C.A. and tho prospects were
fine (or more. Tbis road wns thc
pioneer In contributing to this institution, but now there is scarcely a
road but is following its example.
Thc Pennsylvania Railroad, which
is generally conceded to be thc standard railroad of America, be said,
had torn down forty buildings and
utied (uur blocks for it» most handsome station, and had appropriated
property with a rental value of f.lO,-
000 a year for Y.M.C.A. purposos.
Here it had erected most elaborate
quarter!.
Thc C.P.R. has Y.M.C.A. men work
ing all nlong tUe line of the G. T. P.
who are ,loiOg excellent work. Working men come to them in time of
trouble snd seek their counsel.
In membership Mr. Dudley said the
Y.M.C.A. was rapidly making progress. Its rooms were crowded and
at Kpiu'iii the howling alleys had to
lie used I"r sleeping Hpartmeiits. The
progress "1 lhe institution he said
wan measured by the extent to which
tbi mm and women ol tbe community vtlttei themselves to make It     a
WHERE TO GO FRIDAY
Cricket Match on Cricket
Grounds, 10 a. m.
Baseball, at Y. M. C. A.
Grounds, 1:30 p.m.
Lacrosse match after the
baseball game.
First match of Revelstoke
Rifle Association.
Y. M. C. A. bowling and
billiards.
Methodist Choir Concert,
8:15 p. m.
Edison Theatre, moving
pictures, 3 and 8 p.m.
success, and he was proud to know
that Kevelstoke bad thc good will of
an ever increasing number. In Mr.
Kilpatrick he was sure the Y.M.C.A.
hud a good friend and one willing to
do all in his power to make it a success.
Mr, W. W. Foster in proposing the
toast to our interests assured Mr.
Graham and Mr. Dudley that while
they may visit larger institutions, in
no other place would they receive,
as warm a welcome as in Revelstoke.
He was pleased to have a chance to
address the gathering a* it was possibly the last opportunity be would
have of doing so as a private citizen
of Revelstoke for some time. He considered thc Y.M.C.A. a most worthy
and needed institution here. Bince
its arrival on thc scene thc moral
tone of the railroad men had been
considerably bettered. Since its coming railroad officials say that only
the highest class of railroad employees run out of Revelstoke. This he
attributed to the excellent opportunities afforded for the employment of
leisure hours in the Y.M.C.A.
J. P. Forde followed in eulogies of
Messrs. Howson and Foster for their
(Continued on Page Six.)
FIHST BASEBALL GAME
GOOD FRIDAY AFTtKNDDN
Corley House and No. Two Eire
 Brigade Cross Bats on fl. fi.
V.M.C.A. Grounds
At 1.30- on Good Friday afternoon
the first baseball match of the season
will bc played on the Y.M.C.A.
ground*- between No. 2 Fire Brigade
and the Corley House. Thc line up,
which is ns follows will ensure a
good and interesting game:—
No. 2 Fire Brigade—A. Woodland,
c; H. Burridgc, p.; II. Mulhollaud,
lb.; W. A Sturdy, 2b.; K. McRae,
3b.; F. Worley, s.s.; C. Brock, 1.1.;
R. SijUarcbriggs, cf.; J. B. Scott,
r. f.
Corley House—G. Woodland, c; R.
R. Yott, p.; C. ,1). Harrison, lb.; W.
Stone, 2b.; Geo. Knight, 3b.; H. B.
Munroe, s.s.; H. Moore, I.f.; K. Corley, cf.; P. Leosch, r.f.
After the tiest four innings Joe.
Howson, F. Young and C. Urtiiibart,
will bc called from the bench to perform iu the outHcld, and after thc
bnscball match a lacrosse game will
bc played between two picked teams.
The baseball game will be called
sharp at 1.30.
THREE YEARS IN M
Heavy Sentences Meted Out to
Perpetrator ot Burglaries
Fred Williams, llie man arrested in
Connection with tbe burglary ol Mc
Kiniinn & Sutherland's store, and nl
so that of tlio Revelstoke General
Agencies MliHic store, was brought lie
fore Magistrate Foster on Monday,
and Iwiug convicted on both charges,
was Bentenccd to two years In Kamloops jail on each charge, tbc Hcn-
tenees to lie served concurrently.
On two other charges of theft of
goods from thc private rooms of
guests in local hotelH, Williams wiw
also sentenced to serve six months
apiece ou each charge, making in all
a total of throe ycarH
Williams is conceded to bo a well
known crook who hns on several occasions done time. on March 27th,
of this year he was leleascd from
Kamloops jail after serving a term of
six months for theft.
Visitors at Halcyon
Among the visitors to Halcyon Hot
Springs Ior the lirHt week in April,
ai«' Mr. and Mrs. O'Kurrell, whoHo
pen bus done so much to make British Columbia and especially tho Koo-
tcuuys known lo tbc outside world.
C.P.B. AND MECHANICS
ARE NOT VET AGREED
Strike Not an Improbable Thing
of the Future-Real Questions Are Evaded
Winnipeg, April S.—All hope of a
friendly nn I amicable adjustment of
the differences between the mechanics
of tbe Canadian Pacilic and the company appear to have been given up
by the men and tbc only question at
issue now appear to be whether the
employees will ask for a board of con
dilation to consider thc matter intake the situation in their own hands
nnd strike without tbe intervention
of thc board.
A singular feature of the present,
impasse ronsists in tbc fact that the
two parties to tba contract have never got down to a'ly consideration of
wages or zonditions of work, which
arc supposed to be the real questions
to bo dealt with.
When the representatives of tho
men met the compnny to go into the
matter a few weeks ago, Ihey suggest
ed certain methods of procedure.
These were apparently of a new nature, such as had no precedent. The
officials of the Canadian Pacific wore
unwilling to tnke up the consideration of the issue in tho manner and
methods suggested by the men, and
the discus-ion of the schedules were
hung up at thnt point.
This is still the trouble today. Representatives of the men, interviewed
this morning, were reluctant to give
information regarding thc difficulty,
but it was stated that the difficulties
between thc men and compauy whicli
prevented any discussion of rates of
pay and conditions of labor was one
connected with tbe method of procedure.
Chairman Frank McKcnnu, thc president of the allied trades of the Canadian Pacific on western lines, wbo
has been in the city for several weeks
looking after the interests ot his fellow employees and James Somerville
of Moose Jaw, who for a number of
years has been prominently connected
with the men, expected that after
today there would be nothing left for
them to do in Winnipeg and thnt all
tho possibilities of the case had been
exhausted. Arrangements were made
this morning that they and the other
three members of the executive should
depart and unless the unexpected hap
pens all tbe members of the executive
will leave for their homes tonight.
EXPENSIVE EDUCATION
Nelson's Cost the  Greatest,
hevalstoke a Close Second
At thc suggestion of Mayor Selous,
W. K. ffasson, city clerk, has been
amassing statistics on the cost of
primary education in British Columbia. From the latest government report, he hns worked out the cost per
child of school maintenance for a
year in cities of thc second elus-, the
result of bis labors being the following table:
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This is the table on whicli Mayor
Selous i..*i ml his remark that in tbc
matlcr of providing costly education
Nelson  enjoyed   a   piniul   preeminence.
According    to  tho table, Nanaimo
has the largest school population of
tho cities ol tin* BOCOnd class, and
the largest teaching stall. Nelson has
the largest aggregate expenditure and
tlie largest cost, per capita.
Unless there is more than ordinary
increase in the number ol pupils iu
the Nelson schools tbis your thc lull
cost per capita is due to make quite
un  udvunee  over   l'JIO, ns  the estiin -
atos call for jj-u.uoo, whereas     last
year's expenditure was J23,53'J.— Nelson News
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COUNCIL MAKES ITS DEFER
Moves to Pay Newman $2,565.57
as final Settlement
The city council at a special meeting passed the lollowing motion
unanimously tendering Mr. Newman
tbe sum of 18,(165.37 in full as settlement of his claim against the      city
in connection   with the construction
of  the power  dull).      The  sum of $!>,-
026,85 is the city's claim against him
for alleged damages during tho iion-
opcrution of tbe plant during construction, und the $1,000 surety spy-
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PAINT
A carload of Sherwin-Williams Paints just put into
stock. This includes everything in the painting line for
outside or inside work.    Stains, Varnishes, Enamels, etc.
Good paint costs little if any more than poor paint.
Wc carry the best thai is made, therefore be sure that your
Paint comes from our Store.
A full assortment of Alabasline, Furniture Polishes,
Paint Brushes, Step Ladders and everything' necersary for
House-cleaning time.
fa
Bourne Bros.
Groceries,  Hardware, Stoves, Plumbing
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"USE
Swim Blood M Bone fertilizer
To increase yeur yield of Garden Fro-
. Fruits, Etc.. Etc.
V "S-^'-iitiMieuCT
SOLE  AGENTS
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
High Class Ml.vi Purveyors
Phone 2S1
P. O.  Box 181
Housewife's Favorite Brands
Robin Hood Flour
Jacob's Dublin Biscuits
Bell Blend Tea
Bell's No. I Java and Mocha Coffee
G. W. BELL
P. O. Box 208
GROCER & BAKER
Phone No. 23
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PORT MANN LOTS
INSURANCE
C. M. FIELD
NOTARY   PUBLIC
Lots in City of Vancouver
o
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ken ul it 11' ensure tbe completion ul
alleged ill   repanclea in thn work   at
ili.* iIhiii*
Moved by  M'l. .Mi'Kmu"ii. seconded
by Alii. Aliriiliiiiri.il,ii, Unit Win. Newman & Company be tendered pay-
ment ut tin* amount ae l>ei engineers
tinal estimate together with the lollowing anon:—
He   Electric   Light    »:26.05
Re Board     11.«
Re Hope      3U.0O
He Lumber    is.42
Less the city's claim ot 16,096.36
nml fm Freight mi'l lumber as ver
account $674.36. balance* to Wm,
Newman a. 0o.( }2,oi„">.;i7, and    that
the mi**!  Imliiiu'e ol  4- W7.J7  Ite paid
over tu Vtin   .Ntwuiiui & Co.     upon'
their giving euitahli' release .aider
-<al "I and (or all claims and de-
man Is growing out ol the contract,
awl upon Vint. Newman & Co.
lying n- that all their accounts In
connection With thc work are pn
■atlefactoiiij arranged, and upon
(fm. Newman A Co. substituting suitable bond with approved Buretbn in
the sum ol Jl.uo-u as recommended by
our engineers for the completion oi
thc work, their marked iltwque WM
n» -security for due performance ot
tin Contract he released. II
termi *>f this resolution be not accepted i'.v the contractors thc clt »..
•inl n its full rights whether (or
damagei or otherwise under tho contract. IEEE   MAIL-HEEALD,    EEVELSTOKE
WKIlN'TJIBtlAY, ArniL 12, 19-1*1.
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Zbc ADatMberalfc
PCBL1SHED   WEDNESDAY   AND
SAT UR DAV  AT
REVELSTOKE.  B.   C.
Sntetiot pubiisbtiuj Company
Limited
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ADVEHTIS1NU KATES.
L-egal notices lu cents per line lirst
insertion, i ce-nts pur hue each
subseijuent insertion. Measurements Nouuauel (Ili lines make
one inch.j otore and general
business announcements $2.o0 pel
inch per mouth, l'referred positions, 25 per cent, additional.
births, Marriages aud Deaths, SOc
each insertion.
Jjaud notices $T.50. All advertisements subject tu tuo approval oi
the management. Wanted and
Condensed Advertisements ; •—
Agents Wanted, Help Wanted, Sit
uationa wanted, Situations Vacant, Teachers Wanted, Mechanics
Wanted, 2d words or less, 25c,
each additional line 10 ceuts.
Changes il standiug advertise
ments must be in by il a. m.
Tuesday and Friday of each wees
to  secuie  good  display.
CORRESPONDENCE invited uu mat-
ters uf public interest. Communications to Editor must be
accompanied by name ot writer
nut necessarily tor publication,
but ns ewdence of good faith.
Correspondence should be brief.
SUBSCRIPTION  RATES
Including postage to  England,  United States and Canada.
By the year (.through postofflce) $2.50
JOB PRINTING promptly executed
at reasonable rates.
TERMS—Cash. Subscriptions payable in advance.
(Xbe flDaillbevaifc
WEDNESDAY, APIUL 12, 1911.
Chief Parry, who by thc way is also Sanitary inspector, has given notice that within the next thirty days
all back yards, lanes and disease-
breeding receptacles must be cleaned
up to his satistactiou, and Alderman
Abrahamson respectfully suggested to
the city council that the city sbouln
have a regular and authorized clean
up day. The notice given hy Chiei
I'arry is iu conformation with a bylaw of the city which reals in Part
as follows: —
"No owner, tenant ur occupant 01
hind, house or premise- wituin thj
city limits shall suffer thc accummu*
iation upon his or her premises, or
deposit or permit to be deposited,
upou any premises belonging to or
occupied by him or her, ol anything
which may endanger the public healv i
or deposit upon or into any Btreet,
square, 1,ine or byway, creek, pond,
or bank, any dead animal, fish, dirt,
rubbish, excrement, dung, manure,
..•flal ur other refuse or vegetable or
animal matter, or other blth or ot-
lensive thing,
During the winter months the umi
perature is such that the depos i ol
such refuse adjaceut to dwellings is
not regarded as particularly Ou. us -
.vc. and anyway the depth Oi the
snow is such as preclude the . ussi.-
j.lity ol disposing of such red . any
other p'.ace. But now that tlu *.*. Is
are all opened up aud lanes i.nd
rack yards are beginning io show
up their tilth and proclaim tain -
selves in oflensive smells, som* determined eflort should bc mad*. to
clean these places up without, any
necessity ot the sanitaiy inspector
calling the attentu n ot the ownci t , I
roperty to the condition of affairs
,,.- ihey exist It .s in tbe interests
of themselves, their neighbors. and
t.'ie city at .arge that every back
yard and lane should be cleaned up
at unce. not waiting (or the expira -
tion "( the thirty days I*?!,,re tins is
done. Alderman Abraham-'.n male
a go ' on when he     I
irwar I     the      ,*icst;on  of a
m u] til his c lleag
' Hiding   Hi r   ' tt  hn
views,   Kn '   sui h  a •'■ *
almost   a -mtlal.       This
jBy ■ when   within
the next thirty    ..  -       ' hi.-f  Larry's
declarai   n I yai Is must    be
cleaned    **i      ■ l i.n  tbc  nexl   I
.lay* li tl n c' ■ ing      that
nnyi •. Ij i i to d liable
!,, H . i, ,r -.   Ioi   i   regal ding order
: B( ocding I- the  bylaw    Pro-
Claiming a regular clean Up da) afier
tbi* would to a certain eitciit be
ine im< chief Parrj n trm tion
m I in brief woul 1 be granting an
. \-. di on ot time toi such puri ■
fi~ city council has lust come thru'
a sa'. experience brought on themeel
ves i,v     granting    on* extension o(
time, «..i 1 while the iwo
cases are ,»'t by any means analago I
yet the <<"inr,l should consldSI the
matter very serlousl) before In any
way annulling <h"f Parry's Instruc-
tions by declaring u '.can up day al
ter tbe thirty days hnve expired
Anybody not clean** up during the
rctt preceding thirty dnys alter Ap
nl Ith, I- liable tti a penalty for
lot doing no.
The  Mall-Herald  strongly      favors
BARGAINS
For 30 Days Only
r^
5-Rcomed House
with Bathroom Complete and
Furnace, centrally located on
First Street for
$1,250   CASH
7n JI   IJ Centrally   Located  on   First
"IsOOIYIGU   H0US6    Kl«'cl,   modern plumbing for
sale tor
$2,100   CASH
If vou arc looking for a house call ami \\r
may help you secure om* of these properties oi.
terms,
The Hevelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
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erman Abrahamson, and as carried
out in other cities surrounding ns,
and that day should come within the
next thirty days. If the city council is in nny way doubtful as to Its
powers in ordering the observance of
such ft day, or ignorant as to bow it
should be carried out, wc Would respectfully suggest that the mayor instruct his clerk to get into communication with Mayor Mitchell ol Calgary and lind out just how the day
is observed there. Mayor Mitchell
is a dapper little gentleman who
would courtosously extend every information on the subject nt his disposal.
In any Case the terms ol thc City
Health Bylaw should be rigidly enforced for the purposes ol the prevention of disease and epidemic.
This week the Saturday Sunset was
taxed live cents damages iu H libel
suit. So long as the price of characters remains at live cents newspapers can afford to tell thc truth.
When characters ran from %\ to $1<HM)
it was dangerous to speak out. Some
years ago the Colonist was taxed $1
for an alleged libel of a baronet. If
he bad been a well-belted carl the j
verdict would probably hMvc been
$1.17. Taking into consideration thc
established price for the character of
a baronet, tbc plaintiff in the Sunset
case did well.—Slocan Record.
While it is generally conceded that
the increase in the price of Crown
lands as instituted hy thc Government last week is Justified by values,
and that the change is in the public
interests, there would seem to Ire
some phases of it at least that cannot be considered ms good business.
Applications bad been made for lands
and had been formally accepted by
the Government nt the former low
prices, a deposit had been paid in.
nnd this in the business world constitutes a bargain. flat before the
land is turned over a raise Is made
;n the price and the purchaser is u-k
e.l eitliei to accept the new regulat-
ians or forfeit any interest iu tbe
land for which be or she bad made
application. Nobody objects to the
raise u price—that is as it should
be—but belore such a change in the
regulations was mn.lc some reason -
able measure of public notice should
have been given and the regulations
Bhould bave ihth only applicable to
new applications to purchase an i I
mad. restrictive as iias l>ecn done.
All   applications   were   made   In
faith nn.l m a measure it is shaking
the ccnfidcnce ol the people In     the
■ nmenl  to bring . u>gee
.n thi n-    withoul
notice being given
The limb Rivei Times remarks
that any oth"i Mower may me!, a-
wheat.
Th** latesi   La;    ■
Bey <'ii 1 f        The new    .
milady  to  be  accompanied    l   a wee
Jersey  call  led  bj a gold chain  when
:.h" goes out (or an irii Ing  The
* - ■    and are cheap*!  tha
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'A  her husband
ing from   .
bave exclaimed Land
thei
TllK TREND OF TRADE.
Montreal, April Ml.—Because of an
increased How ot immigration from
Continental ports to Western Canada
and nn increase in thc use of thc St.
Lawrence route by continental passengers travelling to points in the
Western Stnt.es, two steamers of the
Hed Star line have bem transferred,
nii 1 will ply between Rotterdam and
Quebec instead of between Antwerp
uud New York as hitherto.
They ale the Samlnnd and thc Gothland, and will be included In thc
Canada line service.
Increases to the Ilects of the White
Star—Dominion, the Thompson line,
and the Allan line huve also been
announced. Peculiarly enough m almost every instance the vessels are
being taken fruin the New York trade
to the St. Lawrence—n small fact itself, but showing plainly in which
way the wind is blowing.
THE THEATRES
Tin i MINERS  KILLED
Nelson,  ii   C     tprll  •    '
• ith  while  working  In   the    I I fl
■ v       Harry
Howard «n I Vlctoi   ihore were
•■ i air    • altlofi   by   s
(ail oi rod * ,,     premature
i  lynamite      Both m
were      0|d   Mncri   ,n   Rossland       and
snd im ge f.on
I'M-.       I-I I.   i WIL Vf'.N
IL TROVATORE COMING.
.\ magnificent attraction which
marks thc highest standard of moving picture productions, says the*
Vnncouver Proviucc, was seen here
March 6th, was a colored art Iiim
from the Pathe Company being an
adaptatii n of the famous opera "II
Trovatore." The scenes of whicli
there nre a great number, are carefully selectod and have the striking
advantage over the usual stage settings, in that they have natural
backgrounds thereby adding greatly
to the realistic effect desired. The
roles in the play are taken by eminent Italian actors and actresses,
and it is said that do finer acting
than thnt of Franceses Hertini in thc
character of Leonora bas ever been
set u. This masterpiece of photographic art and stage production Is as
far in advance of the average modern
photography as the latter Is to lirst
attempts in moving photography. Thc
story is a popular one and ut the
■■line timi a classic. The settings
to the -cines will amna- by their mar
vellous detail while the coloring
sheds ., lustre over the whole thereby
creatine  a  magninccnt  picture. A
special musical arrangement    of    the
..pera score I
*
a all.     This departure
.
moving
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diet.or.
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Mr   Hhlptnan
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till.   ALL   A.R0UND.
The following telegram received by
Mr. W. H. Welsh, who is handling the
Canadian I'acilic Oil Co.'s proposition
here tells of oil wells being brought
iii around the company's property in
Southern California' The message
speaks for itself:—
April  llth,   Llll.
Vi. II.  Welsh,  Uevelstoke.  B,  0.
Hudson reports depth of hole twin-
ty-tivc hundred and fifteen feet eight
inch casing. Santafo well southwest corner of our section brought in
well at three thousand ten feet yesterday. Unable to ascertain How.
Looks like a good well. Gravity over twenty. Made one hundred forty
feet of hole last week.
Hugh 10. Springer.
WHISK? HOLDS ITS VICTIMS
Until Released by Wonderful Sa-
,     raai-ia Prescription
Liquor seta un Inflammation and Irritation of the stomach and weakens
tin* Ik rves. The steady or periodical
(spree) drinker ia often forced to
drink even against f 111 b.v hi» unnatural physic. I condition.
Samaria Prescription stops the craving, steadies the nerves, builds up lhe
general health and makes drink actually dlsinsteful and nauseous. It
ts tasteless and odorless, and can bv
given with or without tha knowledge
of lbe patient.
Thousands Of Canadla homes havo
been saved from misery and disgrace
by scrip devoted .'e, mother or
daughter through tbis wonderful Canadian remedy. The money formerly
wasted in drink has restored happiness, home comforts, education and
respect to the families formerly In
want end despair.
Head the following, one of the numerous unsolicited testimonials received:
" 1 can never repay you for your
remedy, it Is worth more than life
to me. My husband haa been offered
liquor enveral times, but would not
touch It. He said It had no charm for
him now. May Grid's choice bleselngs
ever rest on you, and yours, are my
prayers ever. No one knows It but
(hose who have tried It. As soon es 1
can 1 will see others that 1 knnw
would give anything to stop their hue-
bends from drink. 1 will give them
your addreaa.
" Mre. K , De-wlnton,  Alta.''
(Name withheld  on  request.)
Now, If you know of any family
needing this remedy, tell them about
it. If you have any friend or relative who haa formed or la forming
the drink habit, help him to releaae
himself from Its awful clutches. Samaria Prescription Is uaad by Physicians and Hospitals.
A FREK TRIAL PACKAGK of Sa-
marla Prescription, with booklet, giving full particulars, testimonials, price,
etc., will be sent absolutely free and
postpaid In plain sealed package to
anyone asking for It and mentlonlnj
this paper.      Correspondence sacredly
confidential. Write to-day. Th? Samaria Remedy Co., Dcpt, 4G-19, Col-
norne St., Toronto, Camda. Also
for Sale by C. R. Macdi nald, Druggist, Revelstoke, B. C.
SEWER CONNECTIONS
NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS
Property owners in the City
are hereby notified that all
houses must be connected with
the sewer within CO days from
date.
By order,
B. A. Lawson,
Ap. 12-10t. City Clerk.
NOTIOB TO CREDITORS.
Take notice that the store known
as Wing Wo, Kwong Kce, opposite
Y.M.CiA., First street, east, has
been taken over by Mike Pat und
Chung Lock, and nil claims due to
undersigned must be presented for
payment within 3i> days trom date of
this issue.
Dated April Sth, 1911,
CHARLIE KWONG.
WONG PUCK.
NOTICK.
ttichard H. Trueuiau, deceased.— All
persons having uny claims or oe-
uiuuds against the above deceased,
R. il. Trueman, lately carrying on
business as photographer at True-
man s Studio, 7UJ Georgia street,
and who died at tit. i'aul s hospital,
Vancouver, on 22nil February, lull,
are required to send the particulars
thereof to us, aud uli pel sous in-
dcutcd or liable to tbc above deceased, are required to pay the mn-
ouut of their indebtedness or liability, to us thc undersigned, ou or be-
torc the 31st March,  l'Jll.
Tbe Dominion Trust Co., Ltd.
Dommiou Trust  building,
Vnncouver,  11.C.
NOTICE   TO    CREDITORS.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that ou nnd
after May 1st n^xt, and until further
notice, the undersigned will sell milk
tickets at the rate of nine quarts
tor a dollar.
T. LEWIS.
A.  J. CARLSON.
U.i. Timetable
WESTBOUND.
No.  1,  arrhes     6:45  a.m.,  departs
7:05 a.m.
No.  97,  arrives  6:55  p.m.,  departa,
7:15 p.m.
EABTBO0ND.
No. 2, arrives 12:;i0 midnight.     de-
arts 12:45 midnight.
No.  96,  arr.ves 8:48  a.m.,  departs,
»:t» a. m.
South  train leaves Kevelstoke at 9
a. m., arrives Hevelst.oki 5:25 p.m.
He   Estate  ol    George    Nichols,   Jr.
deceased.
Notice is hereby given that all persons  having  any   claims  or  demands
against  thc  above  deceased,    George
.Nichols,   Jr.,   late  of   Itevelstoke,     li.
C,  railway  employoe,  who died  near
Rogers I'ass, 13.  C,  on or about thc
Ilh day of March,  Will,  are required
to send particulars thereof duly verilied to  thc  undersigned  on  or  before
the First day ol May  Dili, and that
utter said date I will proceed to distribute the said Estate amongst those
entitled thereto regard     being      had
only  to  those     claims of which      I
shall then have received notice.
Vi. I. BRIGG8,
Solicitor,   Hevelstoke,   Ii.   C,   Ad
minlstrator  with  Will  annexed  of
Estate of said George Nichols, Jr
CORSETS
Style-correctness, shapely comfort anJ long wear- YOUR idea
of a perfect corset! Prices are
moderate.
Thii ii No. 633. A o.w
Antipon H*lt in latest at.
.',%,!, (or medium und lull
lijurc.   Sim ID to 30.
A A for them hy name in
the hect atoren. Write lor
etyle hook In Cromptnn
Coi Bel Company, Limited,
Toronto
Vlw.mr'rrTiiwwuiff riinr^v-Tn"-" ■ ""
PROVINCIAL  ELECTIONS ACT.
REVELSTOKE   ELECTORAL
DISTRICT.
Take notice that I have received
oujcctioiis ni writing to the rctciuiou
oi the lollowiug uumes ou ihe Register ol Voters ior lhc Revelstoke Electoral District on the grounds suited below. And tanc notice lhat at
a Court of Revision to bc held ou
the First day ol May, 1911, at the
Court. House, Revelstoke, at Id
o clock in the loreuoon, i shall bear
uud determine ihe said objections,
and unless such named persons or
some otucr Provincial voter ou their
beiialf satislies me thut such oujcctioiis are not well [ouuded, I shall
strike such names ott thc said Register.
Dated  this 1st day of April, 1911.
K. EDWARDS,
Registrar of Voters.
The following persons ure reported
ubsem uoui  the  District.
Fire Alarm Boxes
■ali are given  thus:    2 sir xe-,,
nterval  5 seconds—4  strokes,       Boi |
I      No. of box will also be   ehown |
n indicator at Fire Hall.
FIRE BRIGADE NO.  TWO.
Boi I orner     FirBt    street ;
and    McKenile    avenue, C. B. Hume
ft Co.
Box M ' orner  First      street
nd   Rokeby  a.cnue,   post   ollice.
Boi   No,   k Corner   Second  street
and   i.ovtrun.cut   Road   aud       Uitcva
Icon.
Box   No. Conur  Third       sti'net
11   Campbell   avenue,   i;loi,e     !,um
■ pany
Moi !■ R   station.
■ ■rioi     Filth    sticet
COMPANIES ACT.
Tuke notice that "Campbell Shingle
Company Limited" intend utter thc
expiration of one month Irom the
tirst publication of this notice to apply to thc Registrar ot Joint Stock
Companies to change the Company's
name to Atlas Lumber Compnny,
Limited.
Dated at Revelstoke, U. C, tbis
Tth day ol April, 1911.
Harvey,  Mct'nncr  & Pinkham,
Solicitors for the   % Shingle
Company,  Limited.
ST. ANN S   ACADEMY
KAMLOOPS, B. C.
Allot il- supt'i ior ,*,Inc.tho i.o   ,il\ .nt
i ti;. s. Handnotnc now brick building,
ttiotlt mi ctpiipiufii, extensive-grounds.
i i.t..,*. graded in .o .t'lil.oi, t* wiib the
icIiooIm throughout thi*. Province*
Complete Municand An Departments.
Special courses hi Shorthand, Typi**-
writing and Book keeping, Particular
.illonlioi, gin ti lo ifliiiiuienl ul ill.lll-
n. , - .mil con fit I* nglisb.
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Samuel   Bickerton
Curl  H.   HlncKttdur
Walter  E.  Muck
Ueorge Burrows
Harvey Coomber
Ueorge  Coomber
Diircey   A.   Costiguii
Ed.  John.  Coventry
E.   Diilu
Joseph  Decelles
Ohas, Sidney Deut
Alban   vv.  Dickinson
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Hevelstake
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Kevelstoke
Revelstoke
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while only an opportunity of
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a high-class security bearing
a rate of interest of ten per
cent.
Only 15(1 of these Convertible Debentures at a pat-
value of $100 each, available.
Do not gamble in stocks,
shares and other forms of
speculation, but Invest
where your principal and interest is secured.
Write for further particulars of this Bond Issue which
is particularly attractive to
investors. Prompt application is necessary as number
is limited.
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1101 Dominion Trust Building
VANCOUVER, •  B.C.
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VANCOUVER OFFICE
bin ul   A.   DoiiKhterty Camborne I
Joseph Dumoiit Cnmborne'
J nines  l'illiot Arrowhead
\V.   11.   Kirfou Revelstoke
Alex M.  Farquhar Revelstoke1
Allan li.  Kindluy Arrowhead
William Henry Fogg RcvcIsUmo'
Kdwin Hi u. b'ultou Arrowhead
John    ciould Rovelstoko
Louis Vi. Gould itevelstoke!
i.d. Thos. lireenslnde Arrowhead I
James  liudilou Arruwncad
Tbomas Harkins UaUna Day
Ar'hur Bl. Hnwkius Goldlields
Din.   D.  Hodgson Arrowhead
Bldney  Hurd Arrowhead
James  C.   Hutchison   itevelstoke
Eggs for Hatching
Rhode Island Red.
Silver-laced Wyandotte aud PulT Leghorn, per .setting, sj.uo.
Kmilen goose eggs, ,S0e. each,
I'ckin duel sill eggs) $1.00,
Day old ducklings.
Day old chicks a specialty,
Write or Phone -'!-'.
John  K.  Hyde
Wm. s. Jamleson
Robert  Jcchson
John   K nii.-.1 j
; I RMS    II  uu ii * I I
mii     For Prospectus  Address Tho Acitlemy.
MARKET QUOTATIONS
Y rlt*u up d»y »s siippestcd by Aid-1 w"t li»ve been appointed.
Cluelph,  \;u ,i io   The campaign to
raise «;•      * ■     , nes  'i  M.O A   bull
dmg In I        ■ LUgarated t*
la]   ".•■      *     *. n   in i a   fnl  baj ia I
nil expectation       Utei „ two da] < *
canvass 1141,700 has i"*'*n railed and ,;.*    fresh
it a meeting ol the v M.C.A. held to k;.,.. \ „,.*„ |nili
lay  it  waa deeMed to make the   oh- |)llt|('.,      l!niry
leetive li   m  laitead of |M,0M the Butter! nwurj ib
in "' ■ '■* be itthjeet to the approval Potatoes    per    ion lbe,
oi me Bxecutivr committee. Oarrote    pet   LOO Ibe
Wheal,      per   HMl   lbs.   .   . ,*2  to  fZ.M
limn      i i     f0r   ii,* nati,    per khi lbe, n M to W
*
' so
I*.
ll llll
2.7.',
i..   ecu
1 iiuliltowcis
•acta -He.
nd      McKei.'.e
hurch.
mat    riuih    b'.ie.'t
., ,.'.   W.   A.   Ko it*.
-Comer   Fourth  ntriei
nd  Townlej  -itreet.    Corner      south
rack.
i ' orner   .Second    slre.'t
nd Robeoa  urenue, Mrn. [laker
Hoi No   it -Fire Hall Ko, I
Boi No       -Hospital.
Boi No   c. -School.
Kim*; i FOOADB  NO
Boi Kire Hall  No.  1.
Boi II—Front •     wi it,
ear 0   r   R   bridge.
orner    Klnn      and
louglas street*,  Pftlace Meat
,*..*r  Becond     end
treat*, back of court houee.
Boi 18—Corner    Third      M.d
'han.  streets,  Cowan  block.
hiiftial for practice not Ir-m tnsn
i<  i'*) slow atrokea.
(>ne (I) Indicates line hroktn or
re out.
Shilahh Cure
anich It atop* i-onghM,  enrm rol»U, h«nH
ie   ihrnnt in.]   hinu«.   ■ Zl\ ffrtti
A WOMAN'S ADVICE
TO WOMEN
TAKE GIN  PILLS
i     wins P.O., ont.
"I    received i       ||   ; ir   of    ('.IN
I'lU.rt end after u Ing litem, 1 felt sa
■ ttet   ''   I   t     ■■'  .i bin st my
is, nnd   nov   I   am  tnking Ute
t Hi r.i bos.
The pain scrosi my bai V »nd kidneys
haa almost enl m md I am better
than  I  b*' i * T..  I  was s
yi..,\ Miiinrr Irom Rhettmstini bul it
nei all left me    I strongly advise ell
IVOmen, wbo  ll (let   from pain In The
nd   Wet It  1. Idi '■■., Iii  trv GIN
T   llM'His.
Thousand! ot women, righl here In
Canada, owe theli mbttsl health, their
■trangth end vigoi theli brlghl ryes and
rw ili'flii '..i.l I'M.l.s AndUtcy
know tbat CIS 1'II.I.S will cure the
Kidney and Blsddef Troublee with
which *o many womrn |i ::. |
|x) inst al Mr. Hum did—6rst.
wnie tor a free sample boi of CIN
PtI.US and try thnn Then, if they do
yon good, get tlir rrgular 50c boxes Bt
your dealer's. Youf monev promptly
rrfundnl il CIN I'llll f*ii| to give
relief. Natinnal Hrug and Chcmkal
Co..  DepL V.       Toronta •♦
llo»„ril Q,  Lanes
lloldliclds
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Camborne
Comaplix
lii j
(177
IU
701
7'J0   Thos.  Arth.  l/cwis  Jr.  Uev'tokc
SUli   Theodore  Ludgate        Arrowhead
H2i   James Ludgate Arrowhead
H-H   Wfcilace i.udgate Arrowhead
HM    I liil D.  Lux Deaton
160   Alexander McAdam Denton
iT.'i    Kinn.   .1.   McConnell Hevelsiokc
MJ   Orcgor  McDonald Hevelstoke
10M John   Mcl'h„II Itevelstoke
llll William Nevers Arrowhead
1  H 1'i'd Oraattl Hevelstoke
1170 Hoy  M.  I'aitelow Hevelstoke
li' I Herbert   A.   Soott Hevelstoke
136<  John   A.   Sum li Revelstoke
1 II     Manner  Smith Arrowhead
nix Wm,  Harold Bwau    Arrowhead
1 IM  I lUO    Ilim Hevelstoke
1160 Jo  u  Thornton Revelstoko
l*il i   "nii    wills Camborne
1661 \ It or 11. Woodland   Reveletoke
Tbc i. towing names arc   reported
li ' I ,,    1  *
No Name
IU   .inrnee 1 'aecy
KM    Ma   no* Kil/,-ci„l,l
CM   Da   ii  Oilroy
IMI James smtt
1 .iv 11    h :'i yen
MRS. R.A. UPPER
New Crove 1'iirni, Kevelstoke.
Eggs for Hatching
While Leghorns No. 1 Pen, headcil by
lirxi pn/e tiM.k, Vancouver 1911.
SS for 15; $B lor JO,
No. .' Pen, headed by a large white bin)
from Kast. IS.'.mi fm IS; $.*! si>
for 30.
Buff Leghorns   8. C. K. I. Reds;  ti.SO
lm 15; s|.iki for 30,
John J. Devine
Kevelstoke, I). C,
Place.
Itevelstoke
Itevelstoke
Ai rowbead
Reveletoke
Ariowhead
Three nun mei death at Mcintosh,
8.D., ai the result oi tht  exploding
of an en inc.
The Tb tie Curl n • Clot ,-f Winnipeg mil i old a new nnk this summer.
CORPORATION OF THE CITY
OF REVELSTOKE
PUBLIC NOTICE
COURT OF REVISION
Assessment 1911
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby
given that the Court of Revision
of the AancHsnu'iit of l!Ml will lie
hold in the City Hall, Revelstoke,
13. C. on Tuesday, April 18th,
1911, at 7 o'clock, p.m.
Bruce a, Lawson,
City Clerk,
i
'
I VVUDNES1HV, APRIL 12, 1911.
THE  MAIL-HEEALD,   REVELSTOKJ
i1
THE CANADIAN  BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIB EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., President
ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager
CAPITAL. - $10,000.000 REST, - $7,000,000
COLLECTION   BUSINESS
With its larpe 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 on
application.
FOREIGN   BUSINESS 230
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 Thc Canadian Bank of Commerce at reasonable rates.
REVELSTOKE   BRANCH-F. M. GIBSON. MGR
THE   BIG
REMOVAL SALE OF FURNITURE
*?
WORLD NEWS IN PARAGRAPH I
LOGGERS'   BOOTS
The Famous Leckie Loggers' Hoots and our own
make always in stock. See our Pack Straps and
Pack Sacks.
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
Boot and Shoe Repairers,
Saddlers
Harness Makers
THE MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED   1855
Capital Paid Up $4,000,000
Reserve Fund -    $4 400,000
Has 77 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in ail the Principal Cities of the World.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS    BANK   DEPARTMENT
At all Branohea,    Interest allowed at highest ourrent rate
IS   NOW   ON
R. HOWSON & COMPANY
Revelstoke, b. c.
A Symposium of What is Happening in
All  Parts of the  World
\
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably   furnished   with   the  choicest the
market affords.     Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
J.    ALBEET     ST03STE      PROP.
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT Manager.
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged r proved.     First-Class in every respect.     All modern convenience
Lar^e Sample Knoms.
Rat' o $2.00 per day       Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke* B.C.
Under New Management. Wm. Boyd, Proprietor
Haleyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
The Greatest Health Resort on the Continent
Natural Hot Water, 124 Degre"*; of Hcs
Natural Hot Water in Baths.   0    '   All YeHr
1
Rales from $ 12 lo $ 15 Per Week
E.   G.   BURRIDGE
Tinsmith Repairs, Hot Air, Pipe
and Furnace work
-WORK   8HOP—
Connaught Ave.   -   Revelstoke
J
Have you smoked the
BALED HAVANA
If not you surely
never tried them at
McKinnon's Cigar Store
Lumbermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS.
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -  Revelstoke, B. C.
before buying yonr outfit of working clothes
for the bush. I make a
specialty of Logging
ShoeSi Pants, Sox, Shirts
Blankets and everything
required inyour business.
m*
TIME TO PLACE YOUR ORDER
FOI  SPRING   PAINTING
Let mc paint your house right. I do
nothing Imt first-class work. Quality
considered my price is low. The best
materials used and work done when
promised. Try me on your interior
decorating. My work is guaranteed to
please.
SIGNS I can furnish you with any
kind you want. Class, brass, tin, cloth
or wood.    Get my prices.
Carriage and Wa^on Painting at my
shop in alley back of B. J. Bourne's
Store, First Street.
R. Z. CRAWFORD
Residence Cor. 3rd St. and Robson ave
Pacific Coast
Tested Seeds
Arriving daily our new and
fresh stock of Heeds, grown
under contract by the best
growers in all parts of the
world. Seeds that will give
you the best results. One trial
will convince you. Also a full
line of garden requisites, Implements of all klllll-: Hn*
Supplies, Sprayers,Spray, and
a full line of Chick Feeds and
Conkey s remedies. Press the
button, we will do the rest.
M. J. Henry Nurseries
3011 Westminster Road
A. R. McDougall,    -'  Manager
Vancouver, \\. C.
GEO. D. SHAW
BUILDER    A2SID    C C 3S 1 Tt -A Cl C Ti
Have your architect prepare your plans for
your new building early and get my figures on
your work.
For Sale
2.") foot  Lot and House, Third Street
$i<mo.
Three Lots on Second Street, near the
new Post Office, 81280.
House and Lot near Y.M.C.A , SMeO.
Two   lots   and   House. Third   Street,
$2000.
House and Lot, First Street, near the
new Post Office, 82100.
55 feet on Sixth Street, $71M>.
50 feet on Victoria Road, -$550.
12 Room House, Second Street, 50-foot
lot, 84500.
And other first-class values.
Call and investigate
W. B. Robertson
Great West Permanent Ivoan
Company Agency
UNION HOTEL
AKKOW'HKAD, B. C. I ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Special Attention given  to  commercial i ¥-¥ ft     ^JTTf^lVEJ* Y
men  and   tourists.    First-clasn  sample [**• "•   ^ * ^"^ *■*•*■,
rooms. Finest scenery in British Colnm
bis, overlooking Upper Arrow I.nke.
CEMENT BLOCKS
Mntmf<ietnr«d for ati einiaM of  bulldlugi
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE CLAY AND FIRE BRICKS
For iota in Irtka or small   i^antilion
Rt tho lowest pricos for ensh
Alt Un.l-. of building huH ttlastsrin-jj
Qodsriiltra
Foote & Pradolini.
REVELSTOKE
Practical..
Machinist
estimates;given. f irst-class work guaranteed
ASK THE  DRIVER
Everybody knows him, he will
tell you that the whiskeys we are
•elltllg an the hest. Call and lie
convinced. No household should
be without a supply of our Harvey's Cpeelal Stotfh Whiskey; our
Frapin Liqueur Brandy, guaranteed
HO yeais old or Blaokberry Brandy
for Medicinal purposes.  Our slock
of choice Wines and Liquors of lill
kinds aie iineicellid. Sold by all
lhe leading hotels, or telephone
VV. J. Lightbume, Prop. I    Repairs of all kinds  neatly done
Bicycle and (Inn work a specialty
Estimates given on sny class
of work
Front      Street.
Fruit Lands
FOR SALE
(ialena Hay lands in parrels of
10 or 20 acres or en bloc. Correspondence invited,
John Shaw. Agent.
Box 616 Arrowhead
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.. Ltd.
Importers and Dealers In Pure Wines, liquors, Cigars snd ClgarsttSS
John Lee
DRY GOODS
Manufacturer of  Ladies'
Underwear
Ladies Suits Made to Order
Fit Guaranteed
All kinds of Silk. Gingham,
Muslin,   and   Fancy
things keptjn stock
Pnoei Hauonablt p o  Boi 700
Front It.. Lower Town, Reveletoke
A WOMAN'S ADVICE
_T0 WOMEN
TAKE GIN PILLS
TvNKStnn P.O., Ont.
"I  received  your temple  of   GIN
i  PILLS nml after using them, I felt so
1  inin li  belter that  I got s box st my
druggist's, and now  I  am taking the
third box.
The pain across my hack nnd kidneys
has almost entirely gone nnd I am better
than I have been for years, I was a
great sufferer Irom Rheumatism but it
has all lift me. I strongly advise all
women, who suffer from I'ain In The
Hack and Weak Kidnevs, to try GIN
PILI.S. Mus. T. Harris.
Tli*inlands of women, right here in
Canada, owe their robust health, their
strength and vigor, their bright eyes sod
rosy cheeks-to GIN TILLS. And they
know tbat GIN PILLS will cure tne
Kidney snd Bladder Trimbles with
wbich so many women suffer.
Do just as Mrs. Harris did—6nit,
write for a free sample Ikix of GIN
PILLS snd try them. Then, if they do
you good, get the regular 50c boxes at
your dealer'). Your money promptly
refunded if GIN PH.LS (ail to give
relief. National Drug snd Chemical
Co..  DcpL W..    Toronto. S4
fire Alarm Boxes
Bignuls aro given thus: 2 str.rttn,
nterval 5 seconds—I Btrokes, liox
4. No. of box will also bo shown
n  indicator at Firo Hall.
FIIUS BRIGADE NO. TWO.
Uox No.  14—Corner    First    streot
and    McKenzie    avenue,  C. II.  Hume
& Oo.
Box  No.   15—Corner First      street
nd  Itokcby avenue,  post ollico.
Box   No.   16—Corner  Second  street
and  Uovcrnment  Road and      Opera
icuse.
Box No. 17—Corner Third Btruet
n*l Campbell avenuo, Lilobe I,inner company.
Box No.  18—C.P.H. station.
Box    No. 24—Corner    Filth    street
nd     McKenzie      avenue,     OaUiolic
hurch.
Box No. 25—Corner    Sixth     sweat
nd Orton avenue,  W. A.  Foote.
Box  No.   26—Corner  Fourth  stroet
nd Townley street,    corner      south
rack.
Box No. 28—Corner  Second    slrojt
nd Hobson avenue,  Mrs. Baker.
Box No. 34-Fire Hall No. 2.
Box  No.  35—Hospital.
Box No.  36—School.
FIRE BRIGADE NO.  ONU.
Box No. 44-Firo Hall No. 1.
Box     No.  45—Front streot      west,
ear C. P. R. bridge.
Box    No.    46—Corner    King      und
louglas streets, Palace Meat Market.
Box  No.  47—Corner  Second       and
Vales streets, back of court bouse.
Box No.    48—Corner   Third      and
jhas. streets, Cowan block.
Signal  for practice—not  less  than
lx (6) alow strokes.
One  (1) indicates line brokjo      or
re out.
Lm.I Denman, tin1 new  govei   oi  of
Australia, while In London before ae-
1 iimlng    lii,   dutl       poke in     . * •■
Ing terms ol the people ,.f AuBti      ■
am) ol ilirii' loyaltj to the K;n^.
one hundred and seventy new towns
win be established this year on   tbe
Grand Trunk  Pacific, 1 ian idlan Pac
He iiiiii  Canadian  Northern  railways,
In westoi 11 Canada'
Thousands marched .11 New York as
a demonstration in conno*I ion wll h
the funerals ol 0 hi unidi al lii .1 \ Ic-
time iii tiie  u'ai.ii 11. ton  *     are
Archbishop Laugeviu approves ol
Joseph HciniiT and trowns on Viva.
Molloy, tor their rei 1 nt actions on
the  school   q I0S1,1.11    11   ;:u   Manli *   *.i
! 1 ■, v 1 I.*.Ulii*.
During tho  past  lour  wei       12,
sol tiers lur lands In wi sfcei ti  1 ana la
woro 1 ■!■,.. .i.'ii**i  in  1 li
immigration officials :u Winnipeg, 	
Sub-contractors on tho Transconti. More than 30 pro pectors and land
nental railway eaBt of Winnipeg will locators, left Stewart last month
appeal to the Dominion governmenl for Naaa valley.
tu prevent ,-i reduction ol classlfica
iiuii.
Sir Frank Newnes, ol London, Eng.
a  visit to t'unada.
The poll nil Monday, called  by tbo
'.   council  i" ascertain thc     public
leeling towards tbe increasing of the
■ ..thin tbe city limits,
ted in a majority  of 21 in favor
of     the increase,     265  votes     were
I,  Hu in favor,  119 against and
six Bpoiled  ballots.—Chilliwack Pro-
'
The Dominion Railway commission
recomn il  the minister of jus-
':>;  „  Une  ■•:  ■■-'' I  per day on
s'nadian Northern lor the illegal
..    .'. a■■*. line in Mani -
tuba.
wood
yeur,
Mon       ban -.'*i:'*J 001 *    ol
ni lai' ton every
and the pi .1 e ... flO a eord.
in   ' li ,  John    Llnehan,      will
. ,     10-roomed apartment bouse
at a cost  **;  ;■ Q-,000.
"at n here since l'joo:    ($
Joseph     Robertson, * *    Ta   icona,
walked Into Winnipeg trith his throat
cut., having attempted to commit sin-1
ci.le.     He will recover,
Tho lii.'liin lie Lutheran ol M n
nesotu and the western provluci ol
Canada are at law over possession ol
church property.
New Brunswii k has taken action to
pi',*.1 ill, llie export, of tinner in,111
the crown lands ol the province in its
raw  state.
The Chicago vice commission
made a report declaring against   the
iliuopi'iiii     policy ol    segregation for
the social eviuf
The bottling plant, of the Hatnm
Brewing company, ol St. Paul, was
practically destroyed by fire.
President Taft declares that the reciprocity agreement la In the interests
oi   iioui the   United   States
1 'aiiudu-
Dui In * »eek in Mai ch, moro
than a million dollars worth of real
■ state »:■     old in Winnipeg.
ipartmcnt bouses, capable
ol  b '  .      ■• ..I be built
.11 N01 '**  > ancouver,
'I'll ■ C. P. R, hotel al Banfl will
open on Mgy 15. It bus been much
improve i during the winter.
\  branch  of tin*  Society    for   tbo
*niIon ol Cruelty to animals has
;,   n formed in the Chilliwack valleyf
This year  tlie C.  P.  R.  will      use
m    ;   ol  wire to build Tuu miles
**:  :* *.'      .11  the prairie  provinces.
It 1 stated m Montreal that tho
steel bounties will o-e renewed Ior
six years.
Burglars in London, Ont., have
been working in diflerent pnits ol
that city lately.
Hamilton Ue'anl of Trade is ugita-
aud   ting for better ioad.s in the east end
j ol that city.
Moreton Frowln will resign his seat A campaign to raiei $50,1 1 for a
In tho British house ot commi * I 1 new v..M.i.a. building ;n Guelph has
make a place Ior Timothy Healy.       I been started.
The Turkish government has let the' Brockville'e tax rate hu-s bi in fixed
contract ior three large battleships «t M mills, an Increase ot thn«c mills
and     several smaller  craft  tor      tbe   over last year.
I    Frank Empey, a Patient at    Rock-
George Ladd, aged 27, cut bis thru-, wood Asylum, Kingston, jumped irom
at and died at at. James, a suburb  a secon . Btorej  win low anJ broke bis
ot Winnipeg. > leS-
Charles Moberly Bell, managing di- Several hundred mountain residents
I rector uf -the Loudon Times, died "' Hamilton arc without Water owing
I suddenly. 'lo * hrnal~    '""" '"    t1"1    pumping
J to a  break     lown in
11'lant.
'SfWeTonrJiowY,
*G,mmmcc Nov!
We want ewiyow lo know
Apt we are paying ■*■
perannum cre3'ttc\l m thlf
on saving depositsl*!-0
k upward) subject lo Withdrawal by cheque 8? *
on time deposits of*
Sirnnontte & over. ~
monej' forrlicnla
We invest , .„
iiiliretworlj5ii^Sdo„
$cncwl financial hamf-M.
we want YOUX saving accnl
■S iffou arc not saving *
ewiTematicdlv, ■«■ * * *
Commence Now With Us.
Bepwitatymail***1
+ + + easily tian91c3 —
Yoii can send bylVaff,
PwtQ(tlce*6?<pre33
Order or Registered * ♦*
better X wjlbdrawnli)
can be madf*^^^ ■
* * any wef £ou wi.sh
Wave Re^jonsible
RcftrtT)
Dims, Bradul recto,
or lo anyone in *
vmooweR-
The passengers 'of tho steamer 1'rin-,
ze.ss Irene, whieh Is fast in tlm sand F-'',>' Hollanders,  with their famil-
tifty  miles  Irom  New  York,  were  re- '   fthitinsvUle,  Mass.,  lor    Al-
moved,   'ihere  were  over   1.;.".    uni :'"':ta'     T!i' >   ''■'■'■ '"' na » IJutch c<jl"
they were taken oil in a little    over '"■   :" m,lc" ,rL*m Kdmonton.
uvo hours. ;    .. [b;u 0UaWg win
The owner of a turnip field      used '  " ■''■'        M with the mam
for plowing competitioi Grand T"'ak Pacific was
nipeg Industrial  Bxhibli   n associa - given by Mr. E. B, Chamhertain, gen-
tiuu Inst summer secured a     verdict ';'l! '"a-an^'cr.
lor *.'-." damag* i yesterday. ,    ,    0wen (East .sorthumberlandj
The Dominion government  will  in- states that  he was not one of     tbc
stttute    un Inquiry into the Alberta h;,;'" ioMO recalcitrants who   refused
nnd British I olumbia " !'!" round r,,bm I'^uted to
either parts  does not ask .'or a con- w     '' '  '" askin« him *" relain the
cilliation board.
tfeuoalx)
' it uow
ft to-toy
■ ■ ■ ■ i
IUT!
DowJraseh A* Co Ltd.
321 CambU Street,
^ \£j\couver B.C.-o
in the house of commons, Glei
Campbell, Dauphin, charged tiia. the
Grain Growers' association li In the
hands ol paW agents ol tbe Liberal
party.
Between fifty aad   sixty    men and
boys porished .n ,,  , al
\illago   ul   Tfaroop,   Pas.    Two
bodies have already been recovered.
Au organisation, to be known     a"1
■ ll ly   ...   le*. *        :'■ l
Southern Manitoba, inded   at
Killarney.
\ iin. ■ -t. ball o,
* in .1 ui iii.
Ing tbe     uiuuth of Ma
i lectlvs wiring,
The  jail  at   l'i ii ■    i.i
*
■ t un i.'i  riotei . ..nd* i  at rest l
Chicago I*.i -tin ted s wai i n thi
Black lim. i aa a resuil ..; a imero is
iijiiiiiiiit. outrages and murders.
i
Senator, L. B. forget, ol Montreal
died ..a   ni.;   lay night  Ht       Nice,'
France, after ;l lung Illness
The     steam,,    Harlow
and dractica
the Uul: ,,f Bt.  Lawrence.
Ottawa      threat im I  bj  a   ei **
ei'iduinie oi smallpox, Hn.i the
may   be    i ... i ;i i, •. d-l-U
city
Shi/ohb Gure
I quickly *»i,.,,i i (,„diii. eares <"i-' *. ii* *-i,
' lhn tbroal and lun-Jn.      •   •   .      23 cruli,
The Winnipeg playgrounds      eom
"liH-""1 Bded woik for this
yeni.
Material lot   tbe nea  cai   Unci   ol
the Winnipeg El, ,     ,
ll"' centre - thi clt} has men ordered, and ihe wuik will iK-gin g1
once.
The trainmen oi the t'nnadiun Northern railway between Port Arthu,
an ; Edmonton bave notified the man
:it  that they wunt u new agce*'
Hon.   W.   S.   Fielding  presented  lus
t.it.nieiit ,u the      Canadian
ol commons, announcing a sur-
ol over tw.tm.ooo.
Hdward li. Fisher, a Winnipeg law-
l in lhe Bt. Boniface hospital »«
it ni on attempt to commit sui
u Sunday last.
Thc   urvey  party "f K   B.  Moflat,
which  h.i.s  been   S iri Ing  * ii the  Hud-
n Ba) road foi nearly a year, has
led ta \\ .nmpeg.
Th.* Winnipeg wharfage commute
'■  ' • u .,   pl) in*.- to the Di'inin
i       ernment ioi „ harbor commla-
li n  !■■!   thc city.
A bad lire broke out at 3 o'clock,
ut Langenburg, Husk., completely de-
Dg two large stores.
Arrangement** are almost com-
pleted to have King George open tt"'
uew Winnipeg power plant at t'oiui
Du Bois.
\n .ns;,n" nmn was capt ired *n the
" yi sterday.     He expressed Ui»
tion oi killing the Pope.
It is believed that there will Ik
only   li *i tie* Western i.'ana-
da Baseball league this season.
Cartel  Harrison, Democrat, was re-
.it* :      ,,'T ,,f Chicago by a plurality of   iver I7,uo<>i
Tl   Ui ' ib prrvy eouncU has grunted leave I    n|>i'cal thc decision in tho
;• nko case. —
i
A THE   MAIL-HEBALD,    EEVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, AriUL 12, 1911.
A
%-%'*,'».-«.'%'• V%%^% V%-%*HV* %%%•%■%»• ■*• «y»V»>%^%1
^SPORT^
ROSSLAND     ORGANIZES.
a great meeting ol baseball players
add fans whs held ttt the AUuU hotel
parlors on Wednesday evening. liuu
Thomas presided until the election ol
officers, wbicb resulted us lollowsj—
President, F. S, Peters; vice-president
ii. i . Bowers; secretary-treasurer, It.
Anderson; managei M. J, Quigley; assistant-manager, Vi. I'ostello.-— Huss -
land Miner.
MARATHON TALK.
Boston is all agog over the big
Marathon gallop there tbis mouth,
tur whieh Tom Longboat holds the
record, and which was last grabbed
ofl by another Canuck in the person
■I Fred Cameron, And the Canadian
entries are cutting a big figure this
year, interest centering around Mike
Thomas, tbe Prince Edward Island
Indian, ol whom Arthur Duficy remarks in The Post; Mike Thomas is
being fancied stronger than ever.
Many herald him as a second Long
boat. II he is, 'here will be a new
record, for 1 have always believed
tbat Longboat could have bettered
his performauee. At any rate.
Thoma-j has trained in tbe right way
to win ihe grind, fur already be is
pugging the roads, and has as a trainer Jim McNeil, the old Scutch
champion. The Indian rnnuer is following in the footsteps of Freddie
Cameron, last year's winner, but if
he can duplicate the latter's win remains to be seen. If Thumas does
nut win he will at least have furnished the Beantowu writers with a line
line o! copy.
BILLIARDS.
The outstanding event in the billiard world this year is Cray's wonder
fui record break of 2,196 unliuisbed in
Kiigland. This he made at the rate
of about 71 miaiiles for each lOG and
tbe chief characteristic of the break
was the Australian youth's calmness.
Whilst the compauy present cheered
.t-elf hoarse over the beating ol his
old record (1,576) and the Passing ol
the second thousand. Gray appeared
undisturbed. He is n real marvel, and
after he has had a few month's practice with ivory balls, it is almost a
certainty that he will outclass the
best of the English professionals, even as he now does with composite
balls.
There is a lot ol talk about a
match between Cray and Stevenson,
with ivory balls. Tbe former suggc ts
next September, whilst Steven on
wants to play in May. Cray will
hardly take on the champion with
Ivory balls without some mon, is'
practice, so It looks as though tl. re
will be no match for some time, ,in-
less both concede something. A way
out would be to play a match of 1,-
s""* up, hall with Ivory and half with
composite balls. Inman is also
talkmc again, and Gray says he '-an
have two matches, one with ivory
and one with eomposite balls.
COBB'S    WEAK   SPOT.
Fred Kalkenherg,  the lanky twlrler
il  rhe  Cleveland  Americans,  say. Ty
Cobb'e one alleged weak spot in hit-
t.nj Is an asset.     It  is said Ty can't
judge a low curve,     Kulky doubts if
f"obb ;.«- just tl.n*  one defect,     and
ue knows  Irom experience-    that    Ty
■ an hit a low curvi   just as I '■   '    •
as n  'i -h ball,  even  though     be
.    -d •  hi'    •  .is Lard
"1 played   io Ty - weal i • - * a
. ie of times * -l  Falky, un l
came to the •■ ndi « * n that .t
be better  to J . .nd ol ball
be  hits  bard   rei} * itguesslng
him. othei dt the ime
ihtag.
"A  batt-r J        not bit .,   .„!:   *, .a:
••ly when h   i ,,i ti it Judge It     II
uips  it       'I., I      nips
are th * most dai •■ nes. Tli<* ball
rolls ..i  founds si"'* ly, an I bi
g.*....     him   dosens ol  bite on tbo i
Blow iiiiield taps.     Cobb can lot any-
th.n.-.  and  his  speed  enables Iiim    to
do  the  rest.
"'lh'' same is true of Eddie Collins,
'•nly he Isn't nui ic ns last to first
bast* as i "hi,. I would rather have
either of tbem bit the ball good and
hard to rolling it in the infield."
Falky say? there is more to out-
I'Uessing good batters ih,n playing
for their weakness.
"The good batters do not have real
weak spots,'' he said, "The only way
to f'ol th ni is to outguess them.
Take Larry Leiole, He would bit
close to "• ' I' be n w whether every ball wool I ' ' over tbe Inside ot
•outside corner of the plate. Th I c r
rifTR bother more than curves or
weed.     Larry wyuld hit almost ev
ery ball pitched. Those that were
not hits would go t,,, the fielders. The
other free hitters of the American lc-
agut—Cobb, Collins, Speaker and
Crawford—would bat almost if not as
well."
CRICKET COOP FRIDAY,
A cricket mutch bus been arranged
Ior Good Friday ui Id a.m., between
Captain J. Maley a eleven and Sub-
Captain F. Fleetham's eleven on the
cricket grounds which are now in excellent shape. The Cricket elub has
received the new equipment of bats
balls and ail playing paraphernalia
from the Old Country an.l all mem -
teis are earnestly urged to attend
this game and see u real good mutch
Tii.*- Is tb: lirst of the season and
ni effort should be made to
show  tho interest takin  in  the game.
DERBY WINNER LOST.
Mnny lover ol horses,  to say nothing of a vast army of racing     men,
spoilsmen  and  other  race track frequenters  will probably remember  that
KOOTENAY     LODGE,  No. 15 A.  V.
and A. M,
Regular meetings are held In MASONIC TEMPLE, Oddfellows' Hall
on lhe Third Monday in each month
at 8 p. m. Visiting brethren are
cordially  welcome.
ROBT,  GORDON,  W,  M,
W.  B.  ROBERTSON,  Secrotary.
SELKIRK     LODGE  12,   1.  O.  0. V.
Meets every Thursday ovening in
Selkirk Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting
brethren cordially .invited.
K. C. McRAE, N. G.
JAS.  MATHIE,  Secretary.
COURT
MT.     BEGBIE,   No. S161.
OF I.  O.  F,
Meets in I. 0. 0. F. Hall next to
the great race h use Volodtivski won Tapping's Opera House every second
the English Derby In 1904.. The anim-' Bnd fourth Monday lu month. Visual is still alive, but under sentence of jug brethren cordially welcomed*
death.      He is to be shot.
The sentence ol death was pro
nounoed by a woman, Lady Mou.v,
who iiied recently, Volodyovskl be
longed to ber mil is at the horse
breeding establishment at Theobald's
Pork, the historic residence at Wai -
i ham Cross wliicb Lady Mens bequeathed lo sir Hodworth Lambton,
By the provisions ol her will the
horse breeding establishment al Theo
bald's park is to be maintained until
Volodyovskl has reached a" age when
he '-an no longer be of service. Then
thc career of the famous race horse
is to bc quickly ended with a bullet
through  the  brain.      This  is    to    be
G. W. BELL, C. R.
WM.   S.   CAMERON,   Rec.-Soc.
GOLD RANGE LODGE,      K.  of    P.,
NO.   '26,   HEVELSTOKE,   B.   C.
Moots overy   Wednesday  except   the
Third  Wednesday ol each  mouth      in
Oddlellows'  Hall at 8 o'clock,  Viuit-
ing Knights aro cordially invited.
J. Y.  SIMPSON, G. G.
G. H. BROCK, K.  oi R. & 8.
M. ol F.
C. W. 0. W.
Mountain View  Camp,  No. 229.
done at Lady Mcux's request  becnusc   Meets Second    and     Fourth  Wednes-
she considered that  to shoot  the an
imal would be preferable to having it
pass into other hands or to sutler
it to linger ,i> when overtaken by
old age.
Lady Metis also directed in ber will
that nil carriage horses and any dogs
nlit for use ur of 110 value are to be   HARVEY, McCARTER
days    in each  month  in    Selkirk
Hall.      Visiting   Woodmen are
cordially invited to attend
11.  W. EDWARDS,  Con. Gum.
JAMES  McINTYRE,  Clerk.
kept as pensioners or shot. For the
maintenance of ber pet dogs, numb -
criiig about, a dozen, $1.2.1 each per
week is provided.
BVBRS  FOR  BASEBALL.
Johnny Evers, the willy secon J base
mnn of the Chicago Cubs, has decided to quit the shoe business and de-
vote Ilis full time to baseball. It ap
pears that the "fans" like to see him
lavorl about second base, but do not
.'are to buy his shoes.
COBB looks  BAD.
Tiithill,   the   trainer  of  the  Detroit
Tigers,      is authority  for thc state -
AND  PINKHAM,
Barristers,   Solicitors,   Etc.
Imperial  Bank  Building  Revelstoke, B. G.
Money to Loun.
Offices—RevelBtoke,    B.   C,     and
Cranbrook, B.  C.
Geo. S. MeCarter,
A. M. Pinkham, J. A. Harvey,
Revelstoke, Cranbrook
ROBERT  SMITH,
Trovincial  Land  Suveyor,
Mining Surveyor,
Engineering
nent  that Ty Cobb, who led the two ' McKENZIE AVE.,
najor leagues in hitting Inst year, is
n poor condition. He is heavy and
low, and lacks the ginger aud speed
lhat hove made him tnmous on the
llamond. Jennings, Tiithill nud
Cobb himself are said to be Worried.
The hard hitting outfielder has been
raining for three weeks, and suffers
it times from a slight fever. Is it
possible thnt another baseball star
is setting'.'     Probably not.
Cobb is now nt French Lick Springs
or medical treatment, but will Join
lie team again at Indianapolis.
- WOMAN WILL FIGHT,
Miss Many Kelley Is out with u
challenge to wrestle any woman, and
men are not barred, providing they
do not tip the scales at more than
i'2'2 pounds. Miss Kelley is n Denver
girl, nineteen years old, and weighs
:3a pounds. She defeated Ma\ Ward
for the so-called woman's wn I
title of the World in Denver about.
two mouths ago, throw i
ent in eleven minutes. A few week-
Inter she wrestled Cora Livin •
a Bowery theatre in this city
cured a fail In les- than three mlnut-
BOX   106.    REVELSTOKE
MRS.   HERMANN   McKINNEY
Teacher of Voice, Piano and Organ
Pupils  prepared  for  Toronto  Conservatory o(    Music.       Local  examinations.
STUDIO:      SECOND STREET
MORRISON & GKEEN
I Or. J. C Morrison, i Mr   Coo. H   Creen
Vancouver ami Suburban
Real Estate
(Jot]uitlam Acreage antl
Lots a specialty
Special attention given to Mail orders or Inquiries
41)2 Dominion Trust BIdB., Vancouver,BX
NOTICE   TU    CREDITORS
In   tbe     Matter   of  the     Estate    ol
Thomas   McMahon,   decea *
Nuticc  ,s  :.* rei >       given tha'.
creditors     aud  otuer**.  bavmg  ■..aunn
against  the   Estate  of   1 nomas      Mc-
cs, but the referee refused t,   • I   Mahoii, late ol J ke, B. C, de-
MiSB  Kelley also has victories      over   ceas.**;    wbo
Jeatiette   Goldberg,   whom   sh-  threw   about ihe
in a match at New i'aiti..  N   v..    ,n  are requested to *et.'.
seven   minutes,   an.l   Bessie   Williams,   signed      Solicit .   uaid  Mcia-
from  whom she  won  the  -t„t.   '•ham-   toaU,   Eic   toi '   *'•■       oI
... ii-iup ol Oklahoma in a bout that   satd * - floin
lasted   tift.i'ti  minutes,   Miss  Kelley'a  date, full parti     are ol the.r
manager will  water   I 'at a,ui
enn defeat any woman wrestler in the   date  the   *h  ; Itor   will   pi
world.
	
MAY    DAY    STRIKES,
Montreal,   A] i \    I it aid
the labor  world usually bead np nn ;  ceived not
n th    rn* •    (Ma Dated  Ma ■
each year rear will be n<    HARVEY,   Mel  •tRTEB  * PINKHAM
exception.        Mny     !>"■ .-a'
NOTICE
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Ko0teuay.
Take notice that D. M. Hicks, ol
Greenwood, B. C, occupation laborer, intends to apply lor permission
to purchase the following described
lauds:
Commencing ut a post planted on
the north shore ot Trout, Lake, about
three and three-Quarter miles west
from tho town ol Gerruid, adjacent
to S.E. Corner of Lot TlKiil, tlunco SU
chains cast, thence 2*0 ihiiiUs south,
or to lake Bhore. thence Sil chains
wost, or following lake shore to
point of commencement.
BEN.  M.  HICKS,
Dated February -4th, 1M1.
NOTICE
Revelstoko Land District.
District oi WebC Koounay.
Taso notice that Uul'<xflB Cornish
Kennedy ol Kevelstoiic, ueeupuiiun,
married woman, intends to appil ioi
permission to purchase the lollowiug
described lands.
Commencing at a post planted
about 4U chaius in a southerly d.iectlon from the south west coiner oi
Lot iill, theoco west 41) chains,
thence south id chains theuco east
•Hi chuius tu the west tuure oi Uppei
Arrow Lane, theuco north uloug the
lake shore to point of commencement
containing ubout Uiu acres.
Dated Junuary l'Jth, 1911. ...
CUKEENE  CORNISH KENNEDY,
Per M. uraily, Agent.
NOTICE
Certilicate of improvements.
Glud Hand Mineral ciuiiu, situated
in me Trout Laae iMiuiug Division ot
West Kooteuay District. Where located:—At head ol Bevtn Mile CrecK
and adjoining the Winslow Mineral
claim.
Take Notice that I, O.B.N. Wilkle,
acting as ageut lor Bruce White, if.
ivl.c. liiiMWJ, Wilaum lleunett, F. 1V1.
C. tae&f&l, uud Nettie Davey, b . M.
C. No. B*2;>5oi, intend sixty days ti'oui
uate hereoi, to apply to the iuin.ug
ly scolder for a Ccriitieatc of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant oi the auovo
ciaim.
And further take notice that action, under section ol, must ue commenced belore the Issuance ot such
Certilicate ot Improvements.
Dated Ninth day of March, 1911.
O. B. N.  WILK1E, B.C. L.S.
Trout Lake, D. C.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke baud District.
District  ot   west  Kootenuy.
Take uolice that JJusu it
oius, oi Kevelstose, u. C,
tiou ciers, intends to apwy tor jyer-
missiun to purchase the louow.ng
descrioed lauds:
Commencing at a post plunted at
the south west comer oi L-ot ,S18,
tnence east su* chains, thenco soutu
b ehuins to the north east cuiner
of Lot 74149, thence along line oi
ould Lot -IU cbains, west -iu chains
south and 80 ciiaius west to line oi
Cot 2112), thence along line of said
Lot 4U chains aud 2D cbains wesL to
the north west corner, thence auout
u chains north tu place ol commencement.
Dated March  1st, l'Jll.
BASIL K.  REYNOLDS,
Agent  John   Suhw.
Reyn-
oecupa-
hurrah [or thc labor,m*-    man
ai I
* -    * * He wa
i'Ht,,ry
an I retires ti        t with a
., n • 'br,,ni.     The next
i ■ ■ he :*ii. again   * 11
n *  enee. feelin [that     *
done   his duty by Boclety and
tern    •' n  year's pent up tuie
Bolli i
NOTK B
-a
Sohock,  of Mount.  Joy,   Pa
The coal  nm,."=   .Hike ,n the west is! tion coal merchant,  intends t„ apply
,.f course the ;.-rent  topic ol Com ■*'   'i
tion iii  lal oi ei    pre
licted   !:-•'        ng merely local.
—
FOR OUT DOOR WORK
IN WET WEATHER
NOTHING   IQUALS
.'     tisuntP
l   WATERPROOF
jPAY    CLOTHING
\hfl\far\  V        TO KKIP YOUDRV.
y^^r     'tW    '"'' 'r ' " ''"r^ m'fl"r* *n''
** V**f    *^r"     v "«"'-*'i v. itefpfotfi
B--M fJ' tleri Evcrywhafti
TOWER    CANADIAN   OILED
CLOTHING    CO      L'n
Toronto. Catlltod*.                 *''
for     pet tnla
lowing  loscrtbi
( onim.'in lag at   ;i  ** -'   planted    J'.
'■'nun     .i>]!b ol th    io *'ii ea
er   ol   lol     ll •*'       n   i Hi       m,
chain i, tbence i ast   V   chain *    moi ■
or less to tbe line ol      be      At row
Lakes    Lumber     < ompafl l't
limit  13242,  thence
theme west 20 obain .  ; b ini *      ont t
20   chains,   thence     wesi 20 chains,
more ,,r less to place .,(    commence
mont.
imie.i March Mth, 1911.
CLARENCE II. SCIloCK.
Ed. McOagbran,  Agent.
8hi/ohf3 Gure
fill i'-'v  alttv. coaSti*.   enraa  SOlflSl   brnlil
(h« |ui;ji oadluojj.     -  - -     80 seats.
NOTICE
Hevelstoke  Land  Distiict
District  ol   'Vest  Kooteuay.
Taae uotice  that  1,  Mary   Selkirk,
o! Vancouver,     occupation,    mairieu
.•"man,  intends  to apply  ior      per-
iu.ssion     to    ,* ircbuso  the lollowing
uescnued lands.
ounencing et a post planted    at
the N.  E.  Corner of     Lot blW O.L,
and     marked    M,  S.'s  S.  E.  Corner,
cbains,  thence    west
c  south   lu      chains,
.      bains,  thence    south
10      chains,     ti.ence    east 5U    chains
to point  of ''.::imeneeuient,    contain
■ ng 48*0 acres.
Dated Januai,  9th,  1911.
.'.1 \l: i   SELKIRK.
0.  P. Minitb, Agent.
iICE
*
St    I'.o* '
1 t,t" ,;,t   the  i uuu*   an   1 iv
nipany  Intends      to
■ion   '
. i ..ii..
it -i
; Opper   '• rroa    Lake;
Ig   South    II        d' glees
,    llll*
Bid k   I I  ol   the
regi-'' lakusp,    in
Irrowiead, hi,<i     dis*
■Hterly     along      ial ;
i.iii'.   *
.       i.        . ,i ii   ii
i   tan      ■■■-.,    leet
from   iln*  Head   block  ol Bo .'li
of Nat thenoe south into tbe
Waters ol  i .   u  Arrow Lake a dis
tance ol i'n t, il" ii     * * y and
Parallel to the Bhore Hns ol said
lake « distance of MM leet, thsno
.""•itli a distance of huh [set to true
point of comraancsmsnt,    conUiinlng
70 N acrsa moi" or lessf
Dated  February Wh,  1911
Tin* i iiiiii.iniii pacillc Railway I 'om
en ny. Per B, vv. iiiitenian, Local
High!  of W„y nud  Lease  Agent, Van.
cvuver.
BUILD UP
REVELSTOKE
*:,*
i
Patronize
Local Industry
4iii
mi
We c7WAIL-HERALD has new
type and printing machinery. Our
stock gf  printing papers is large
and well selected.
WE PRINT
Letterheads - Billheads - Cards
cTVIenus - Envelopes - Programs
Books and Booklets - Loose Leaf
cAccount Forms Ball Programs
Wedding Stationery Memoriam
Cards - Lumber Forms     Tags, Etc.
HE INTERIOR
PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Agents for the famous
EMPIRE TYPEWRITER
$60.00 Cash
a *13l)Niil8bAY, APRIL 12, 1911.
THE  n^ULIXa-HEH.^.ni.ID,  REVELSTOKE
Watch  window  for   Big
Bargains.
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. £. /fume & Co.. Aimited
Mail   or    Telephone   your
ortlers.     Have our Traveller
call.    Send the children to
__the store or come yourself.
No order too large or too
small for us to handle.
Your Last Chance This Season
AU our swell Suits and  Dresses  will  sell this week.
Sunday coming is Easter Sunday, better be prepared.
$17.50
$15.00
$22.50
$25.00
Friday Bargains on
Thursday This Week
500 yards of
yardage goods
15c. to 20 cent
values, selling
Thursday at
10c.
Friday Bargains on
Thursday This Week
300 pairs of
wool hose for
Children and
Misses, Thursday at per pair
25c.
House  Furnishing Department
Hew Hugs
We have just taken in stock,
direct from England, a choice
lot of Tapestry and Velvet,
dainty colors, newest designs;
also hall and stair carpets in
greens, reds and fawns.
Linoleum, Oilcloth
Our stock of Spring Linoleum
and Floor Oilcloth is complete,
with a choice range of patterns
suitable for any room in the
house; 3, G, 9, and 12 feet wide,
all heavy Scotch goods.
Matting, and Hemp
Carpet
A choice lot of new Japanese
Matting in yard goods or squares
Cocoa Matting and Mats.
Hemp Stair Carpet and Web
Goods.
Corrugated Rubber Matting
and Nairn's Linrubber for stair
treads and landings.
Wail Paper
You will be interested in our
Wall Paper department.
We are showing the largest
assortment of new up-to-date
wall paper ever shown in Revelstoke. Do not buy wall paper
until you have seen our samples.
Good dependable Hall and Dining Room Papers in greens, tans
and browns. Choice bedroom
papers in newest designs in
greens, blues, French greys,
yellows and creams.
Our parlor papers include the
choicest of Parlor Silk Wall Tapers, best heavy stock, colors
green, cream, blue, and yellow.
Don't fail to see the above
lines if interested in Wall Papers
this spring.
Sanitas—Sanitary
Wall Covering
For Kitchens and Bath Rooms,
in fact every room in the house
can be finished with this durable
material, permanent colors, can
be washed off.
Cups and Saucers
See our table of Fancy Cups and Saucers in
all the newest designs and patterns One hundred and fifty dozen just arrived from the best
manufacturers in the Old Country, 25 different
patterns and shapes to choose from. Ranging
in price from $1.50 to $7.50 per dozen.
Easter Goods
In our corner window will be found a suggestion for your Easter wants. This display
will cultivate an appetite for your Easter dinner.
A dainty line of Cooked Hams, Smoked Hams,
Hacon, Pure Lard, Cream and Plain Cheese, New
Laid Eggs, Butter, and Mince Meat, which we
have ordered especially for Easter, are to be
found in our grocery department, and we guarantee the quality of every article to be A 1.
Fruit and Vegetables
You will want to fill up on fruit and fresh
vegetables during the Easter holidays. We receive three shipments every week and therefore
our goods are all new and fresh. Grape Fruit,
Bananas, Oranges, Lemons, Ripe Tomatoes,
Cucumbers, Lettuce, Radishes, Celery, Green
Onions and Cabbage.
Grocery Bargains for Thursday
Thursday is Bean Day with us. On that day
We are going to offer Pork and Beans at a large
reduction. Clark's and Davies' lib. cans at 3 for
25 cents; Clark's and Davies' 31b. cans at 2 for
35 cents. This is cheaper than you can grow
beans for. Be sure you get in early as the stock
is limited. Remember the date THURSDAY,
April 14th-ONE DAY ONLY.
Potted Meats and Fish
The picnic season will be upon us in a short
time and we want to bring to your notice the
fact that we have a new shipment of Potted
Meats just arrived. Bear in mind there is nothing nicer for picnics, or for breakfast and supper
Handwichcs. They will be found delicious in
llavor and of guaranteed quality. Following
are some of the lines we carry:-Bloater, Anchovy, Shrimp, Chicken, Sardine, Lobster and
Potted Turkey.
Specials for Easter
Shoes
When we sav we have the best
assortment of shoes in the interior we mean it. Just a glance
at our McKenzie Avenue window
will convince you too.
Just now we are showing new
tans for men, women and children. All the new lasts, all the
new shapes.
See us. Get our prices, then
compare the other values that
you may find.
Sole agents for the SLATER
SHOE, the REGAL SHOE, and
J. & T. BEI'L'S SHOES for
women.
Christy's Stiff Hats
The hat which has made stiff
hats famous. Ask to see the
new shapes. Not the freaks,
but the new moderate ones for
the well dressed man. You
know Christy hats, but perhaps
you don't know that they set the
stiff hat shapes for the world.
Don't buy a block that is a season behind, buy one direct from
Christys, the originators, Then
you are sure you are right.
OUR FEATHER WEIGHT-
the lightest No. 1 quality hat
made fits the head exactly.
This season's blocks
$3.50 each
Boys' Hats
Boys' hats in all the new styles
and shades of gray, brown,
green and black. Price $1 and
$1.25.
Boys' Shirts
Boys' shirts and blouses in a
variety of styles and patterns.
Price $1 each.
Gents' Heck Wear
Just opened this week a line
of snappy, wearable, Easter
novelties. When you think of a'
new Easter tie think of us—we
can show you not only the latest,
but the best the market affords-
POPLINS
The most durable of all neck
wear fabrics. Made up in the
new wide end four-in-hand. All
the new shades of gray and
brown.   Price $1 each.
CORDS
The newest of all neck wear
fabrics. Made in all the new
shapes, both straight and diagonal weaves. New shades of gray,
brown, blue and red.   Price 75c
DIAGONAL STRIPES
The new pattern. We have
them in the lately popular red
and black, tans, grays, blues,
reds.   Prices 75c. and $1. each.
EASTER GRAYS
The season's colour. New
wide end four-in-hands. No
two patterns alike. Ask to see
them at $1.50 each.
Boys' Clothing
That boy wants a new suit for
Easter; or a new hat Perhaps
he really needs a pair of new
shoes, a shirt or shirt waist.
We can fill his wants to the
last detail.
Our "Lion Brand" boys' clothing has no superior. Perfectly
tailored and cut from the newest
patterns. Odd knickers both in
bloomers and plain styles our
specialty. THE   MAIL-HEEALB,    REVELSTOKE
WEDNBSPAY, ArRlL 12, 1911.
Dainty "Easter" Offerings
Ladies' Suits
Ladies' new Tailor-made
Suits. Prices -$15, $20
and $28.
Ladies' Onc-Picce Suits.
Prices   $15, $.20 and $,^5
Misses' Dresses
To fit  -twirls   Irom  8 to it'
\ ears of a*ec.
Parasols
Your Master Parasol and
1 'mbrellas are here. Price
$1 to $5.
Gloves! Gloves!
We arc offering sonic
nice ones for Easter, all
the newest shades.
Hand Bags
Black,   Velvet,   in   metal
mounted styles.    Prices
$1.00, $1.50,  $2, $5.
Hosiery
Collars and
Belts
Easter   Silk    and    Lisle
I losiery.    Hells -X: Fancy
Collars.
Millinery
Imported,    new     styles,
moderate prices.
Men's Wear
Y.M.C.A. EiiTERTAINS
Men's Suits   -Prices, .$10,
$15 and $20.
Men's Odd Pants   -$1.50,
$2, $;,, and $4.
Men's 'Pies, Belts,  Fancy
I losiery, Hats and  Caps.
(Continued [rom Page Ono.)
CONDUCTORS LET OUT
Boys' Suits
Wc have a nobby lot of
seasonable styles, sizes 22
to 33 for the boys. We
invite you to eome and see
this line. We have a
large range here for" you
to pick from. Buy out:
fer Easter.
At Reid Sr Young's Store
WHITE   CLOVER   HONEY
We have .hist received a shipment "I White Clover Il<>ne\ put up in
five ll,. cans, which we will RUiirantee to be absolutely I'ure Honey,
nnd ns tl.is is the season lur hone_\ we would advise jou to Iry thia "if
yoa wish to get the genuine article.
WAGSTAFFE'S   JAMS
The name "Wagstaffe s|n.„ks for itself in regurd to quality. We have
11 lull assortment ol this 1'iir,* Jam including Strawberry, Raspberry,
Peach. Plum, Black Currant aud Apricot.
A.  HOBSON,        Baker and Grocer.
THE CITY IN BRIEF
Moving Pictures tonight.
Mrs. .1. T, Telfci will not receive
in Friday next, April Uth.
Heai the best Anthems by the
Methodist   choir—Good  Friday  night.
Good music will be a special lent •
ure ol the dance en the l«th Inst,
Sheriff Vi. J. Law on Monday disposed ol Lot 21, Hlock 111, McKenzie
avenue. Ior the bum of $4,O0fl.
The time Is April ISth, the place is
Tapping's opera house lor the Lad -
ies' A. to the B. of R.T. dance.
Remember—Methodist Choir Concert—Good Friday night in the Methodist church.     Admission 50c.
J. 0. Bradley, manager Arrowhead
Uil and Gas Co., returned Irom mi
eitcudeJ visit to California and the
coast cities on Tuesday morning, accompanied by  Mrs.  Bradley.
Applications tor stock in the Canadian Pacific Oil Co. of California will
be accepted at the office of the Kootenay Agencies, Ltd., until the 20th
of April. Subject however, to Instructions from the head ollice of the
Company.
Applications for stock in the Canadian Pacific Oil Co. of California will
be accepted at the otlice of the Kootenay Agencies, Ltd., iiutil the lioth
of Apri,. Subject however, to instructions from the hend otlice of the
Company.	
Tonight anl tomorrow nlgbt      th.* ou  April  19th Miss .less,.*  McLach    ami sold   11 .-mail plots, and he looks
beautiful opera "II Trovatore"    will Ian  the peer ol  Scottish Bingers  will   for »                                   . th'     near
be presented 111 l>eautiful hand color- appear in  the Bdison theatre accom    future.
;nc pictures at the Bdison     theatre, panted by a talented group ot sit
Accompanying this appropriate music including Mr. CralghiH Sherry,     the
Insurance
Is one of the most import,
ant items in your business
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, LTD.
will  look  after  this  branch   of
the business for you.
Kootenay Agencies, Ltd.
Successors tu Kincaid & Anderson
will be rendered. In addition to
this Pathe's Gazette No. 1<:'> ami .i
roaring comedy will be on the bill.
Si*c what the Vancouver Province lias
Scottish humorist. Miss Mcbad
is now at hei best an l athei ret
engagements     wherevi
I pi'Hied  In  this la-t  entourage,      the
Salted   hi'rrin
[ntyre's,
Mis
Mc-
11    ■ *-•    : Miss
■
the :'  her
I
■
to say of "Ii Trovatore" in anothor   press notices  give Battering aci
. :.   .f this issue. \ of her performances.     She  will      be
At  the home of  Mr.   H.  N.  I SI    h"'T  ""''  ^^  onl>''   Al'nl   l9tD'
the pupils ol thi   high school,      who     Beginning with a mattnet    n
during the  wtotei   months have bc a   ■.•■,,;„>.  ,h. Edison theatre « 11      ei
coached ,n the terplschorean art    by   ,, *, .  ,hlI    .....
Mr.  K.  Gordon   held  their     «rii daya •t,u.|,. Ton
dance of the season   on Friday night.  the 8ame program wlll
Some sixteen or twenty were pn lent,  Fri^y and   -
and at thc close of the evemoe    Mr. ; picture is ■
:.  was  presented with a set of j most  reailsnt.  ever   produced    ■■
cufl links and buttons,     *M1*  pictures are all takei
r, w>:    so kindly allowed   from
th» .: these affairs  this
■ .th a set of bon bon1 ao4 thc pubi,c ,s promised
'' - exceptionally good ■'dm.
\. Palmer ot the E. A   Pal
untiring efforts in promoting the
work of the Y.M.C.A. Mr. Howson
he said had devoted more of his time
to the work thnn nny person in Hevelstoke uud a large portion ol its
success was due to him. He spoke
of Mr. Foster's intended departure,
feeling sure that the V.M.C.A. would
regret Iris decision as much as any
institution in the city.
Rev. It. J. Mclntyre and P. W,
Stone spoke on behalf of the Indies
and their untiring ellorts in every
good work. Mr. Mclntyre attributed a lofty place In life to the women
and expressed the opinion that much
ol the refinement in society was due
to iheir influences.
Mr, .1. M. Graham In speaking to
"What the V.M.('.A, conveys," said
that it was the ally of the church,
the school mnl ih.' business. For 08
years it. had been trying to solve the
social problems and engaged In tho
business of making nicn. one of its
objects was to solve the leisure problem as it was Jul on: the hours thnl
nicn were not employed thnt they
got Into trouble, The V.M.C.A. was
not a loafing place, but oue of physical and religious activity. Literal) nn.l debating societies were encouraged, physical development, was
[Stimulated, and in llll Mil* subjects
were taught—all at which he considered religious activities, lie urged
everyone to do what he or she could
to make the Institution a success as
it was co-operation thut brought
things to pass. Mr. Graham became
enthusiastic iu praise of Mr. and
Mrs. Kilpatrick in their elfuits for
tha good of the Association.
Mr. ,1. Lyons was Btrong for the
making of all round good men. The
V.M.C.A., he contended, Was not for
the purposes ol making champion
athletes, but for encouraging amateur sports. It objects were to teach
a young man to win by fair means
nn.l be a good loser, not a squealer.
The V.M.C.A. was for the purposes of
letting a hoy raise Cain, which he
was bound to do, but to let him do
it iu the right direction.
Mr. B. R. Atkins put in a strong
plea for the establishment of a library. He contended that, thc physical and religious side of the young
men wns being encouraged to the ox-
elusion of the intellectual. In a very
able manner he showed the good that
could be accomplished by the reading
and proper assimilation of good
books, and urged the people of Revelstoke to take up the library proposition in a whole-hearted manner.
Revelstoke prides itself as being in
the vanguard for enterprise nnd by
establishing a library she could
maintain that reputation. Hevelstoke, he said, had every advantage
for the nucleus of a public library,
and he urged the public to come to
the aid of the V.M.C.A. in securing
one,
Mr. Robert Gord in considered it
only necessary to brine the need of a
public library to the attention ofthe
public anl the ih n_' was as i;ood as
done.      He  would   urge  in  the event
I the establishment of this library,
that it must he under the guidanoe of
n expert along thit line, the   Bame
11- other  branches ol the Institution.
it could 1*' made an Instrument  for
■'i'ii n.- L'o,,ii as he considered
tbat reading might be, in some cases
inn of  disi us,*.      Great
od unless use.I and
a  man   * thei   use  it   himself or
.mpart    l   l      ti., rs      He considered
Y.M.C.A.  to sn.plv the
id    of its members.
:      1 h  ,*i  heart;
to ii.'* ladles Ior their
■ •■ • ■ rt ln ] reparln *     the
Sixty-Tour from Coast to Coast
Have Been Discharged
Calgary,   April   11.—II   Is  said  that
ii-l   Canadian   I'acilic  conductors  have
1.inn let out by the    C.P.R, on account of the charges of     "spotters"
throughout    the   system.     It affects
trainmen from coast to coast. It was
a In mt two weeks uko that the     con-
ductors   were  ordered   to   report.       nt
Montreal  for investigation,  but      as
yet  they  have refused  to  go.        The
Calgary    conductors are still around
the city and signify their determination to remain nwny from tha Investigation mi the ground that th,* railway company had no right to     call
Ihem iu on  the alleged  flimsy charges
of the "spotters."
Iiiiii School Pupils Progress
Report of Revelstoke High School,
ii n iary 1. l'Jll to April 13, nil, as
ihown hy examinations held during
the 1 enn.
Class A—Class oxntnlncd in nine
•subjects. T. Patrick, 111 per rent; .1.
Lawrence, 70 per cen!; c. Fraser, 66
por cent; 12, lllackbcrg, sr, per cent;
(Latin  only.)
cinss B—Average per cciii. obtain
ed in 1 ni subjects. It. M. Hobbs, Rl;
Donald Calder, TS; f. Fraser, 76;
M. Porter, 76; A. Tapping, 71; M.
Field, 7:i; 1.. Coursier, 71; G. Urqu
hart 7ii; I. Procunier, Vii*; V. Tomlinson, 66; 11. Gordon, 66; D. MeCarter,
66; G. Woodland, 66; (absent tour
subject si; M. Young, 64; C, Good
win 62*; Fred Lyttle, 67.
Glass c Average per cent, obtain
ed in eight subjects. K. Simmonds,
:'; K. Sibbald, 8*; !,. Johnson, 7,';
15, Corson, 74; L. Moran, 73; S,
Dickey, 7;:; It, Berger, 12; til. Lind -
mark, r„S; 10. bruee. 58-; L. Hrock, 64;
C. McRae, 51.
Hiyh School Attendance
Attendance   at   Revelstoke     Higl
School lor month of   March,    lllll.
High school, Div. I.
Div. II..
Totals	
W 6.      C.S
19 9158 Id
11 94 00   .r'
lin 02*47 15
Mrs.  H.  N.  Coursler    \\,11  not    re
ceive on Tuesday next.
Moving  pictures    tonight    at      the
Bdison theatre.
CDRHESPDNDeNGE
Mr.
■
■
E. \. Palmer ot the E. A. Pai-1    Mr  j   ,,   jokn60ni   ol    Mala
mer £  Co. meat  market  of  Salmon   wbi ,Vft.   n ,^.
Arm, B. C,   was  In  the citj   * oJ a Bplen .
day and arranged with the Revelatoke   ,ll(i,  .,,,.,„,,,.     9pU,      .
Msat V  rket Co   for the amaleama -
m  '      "■■'  :°''"' r"n'   leason   ••   aj      - • —
Th   *     *  market   1
•■1*    i tin '"-.n      •:■!•*._ ,. .
but Mr. Palmet I   irtu  -      ai.   pnil .
expert cattli      b *    1  at nuallj   . ..**,*•
Ill ,!'
chasm.'    I -'
Meat  M
II. • i*
*,
tUe tw,    Hi
urtay * '    : ■-     v*n!  rth.
..    .      •    ,1  M ir,-. ■ ' that   ied Ion  rli   '    ■ divided
■
TAKES OVER MUSIC STORE
Mr. J. Bingham now Proprietor
of Popular Establishment
took
n   m* ;
a
•I   mu-
,       .•'**,> 1 "I' v\ . '
Ii'i ;   ,'   , 1
"Should AulH Acquaintance In forgot"
ISDN
THEATRE
ONE   NIGHT
Wed., April 19th
Transcontinental lour
of the
MISS JESSIE
Maclachlan's
Grand^Scottish Concert Co.
[INCLUDING
Mr. Craighall Sherry
ilu  Ki fiiii iltSi • lii-.li
I ul  rtainei
Beserved Seats,   -   $1.00
Admission, 75c. Children, 50o
'J icki i   il M i< ilonald ?,
11
cr
M.\T   111 mi:   JIMICK
BEWS'   DUrCi   STORI
Hi   vlll    1,1 in  l.
Sl
SPRING CLEANING NEEDS
A    lh;.*:'    Bottle   nf    H'>"
An.     iu       	
Clean A'l 	
Clllur:■'.'   I mi'*
Ox (', lor ( nrpet*
f. ll   uni. t"r window* 20l
PRESCRIITIONS
\\t- guarantee tojfill ,evi rj pte
pi .-ii  iimi   inun-   our    "''
*ii*l with tin    bed   "■'
! Iut..* ii ;•'■•■ iirabli
LATEST FICTION
The pii I. of ih-" in-" iprlng books.
■ The Broad llu*'.*•• ij
'The Vow ' .....    1.,
"iin,* Wai  "in '■ '
"Thc Phantom of the opera"   I.2J
"lim il ind "
"Adveiilii f  n   VIoilei i
Man,
Join   i *i    i.i i .l.u.    Mbrarj
fl.iS ot  • 1   " lut firsl book    2flc
i ., li.in. i
FISHING SEASON
We ii.o '■ the i'i"-
•
ei <lo" ii
	
( hi	
Spill li.iiuii'*'* i' *'
Grci iilunri Rods
'l'i link  I*.*! i        md  '<■ '"
All  uilu*!   lupplli ■ on   hand.
EASTER CARDS
EASTER CHUC0LATES
■ rli, ii
ji im
EASTER PERFUME
Rival Spring
i hi■• 11 .
ta.
NKXT   BOMB   BIXICK
BEWS'
MMXi   STORI':
"ivi    in mi:   iii.'m i*
»r»^p^ii»"
.«—X
Your Easter Wants
Can he fully supplied at this Store. For
a long time we have been preparing for
this .season ami you will find we have
gathered one of the best selections of
smart, seasonable poods that we have
ever :shown. Our new store is bright,
light and easy of aeeess, and we are
always pleased to show vou our goods.
Easter Shoes
1 n all the new Lists. We
sell the "I'lnipress" Shoe,
and guarantee even pair
we sell. We have them
in all lea hers in high iop
Oxfords and pumps from
$3.00 Up
Easter Gloves
A full Stock of colors and sizes in the celebrated " renin's" kid glove. Wc guarantee this
line, and will replace any pair that aie defective.
Easter  Neckwear
You will nol find a prettier lot in town, and
certainly not a cheaper.lot. Dutch collars of all
kinds, Linen Collars, plain and embroidered, Bows
Jabots, etc.) in great variety.
We are also show ing a very pretty lot of Sash,
Collar and Dress Tins, Blouse Sels and some of
the latest designs in the new Jabot 1'in. Come
and see them.
If
Stylish Blouses, Lingerie Dresses, Whitewear
in greal variety, Hosiery, in fact anything you
need in the line of " wearables."
^jQnnanji
i
JMR5&X .■^•fl*m&~J£<3m&teM3l&.
How About A New Suit
Made to Order
Our Spring Samples for Suits and
Spring Overcoats just arrived.
We guarantee a perfect lit, style
and well tailored garments at
fair and honest prices.
MeKinnon & Sutherland
Fil-Retorm Clothing
Foot-Rite Shoe
1
F
NOTICK. 1
■•".'' * i.     thai     nil
ad   uni    m i I be cleani I
.   in cording to I he pi ov iston   ol Un-
thirty ii,,).  Irom     the
• o ■       mi. i  the expiration ol
tbat  time it  will be /luty to proceed
* iniiuiinv   to con'   i  thoee person*
,-  ee pxiHt.
Kn.it QoilScatloa ,,i thii pubHehed
IM« 1th dny ul April,  I'll I.
' \' I'l'AUV  [NBPBOTOR,
Easter Suits for Your Boys
We have lhe kiml that boyi tlelifilit in  wearluK,   ma'le
"I nohlij fabrics, well nn, well finlehedaud serviceable
BOYS 2 I'IKCU ni.iMiMI'.K snii-.,
in.nlr nt tint' (jrey Btriped
iwi i a*, .nnl lirnwm, with inll
i ui Bloomer I'anU, all ilzes.
Prices, $5 and $6
BOV8 SUITS,  Buster styles, all
lhc in u mixture effects) colors
n y   >:i, i n, brown, slid navy.
TRICES, $5 to $10
BOYS M'lECH SUITS, made oi
fine worsteds, in neat grey and
brown effects, double*1>reasted
Prices, $7.50, $8, $8.50
Hoys sriTS In double-breasted
effects, made "1 tbe very finest
worsteds, with the lull cut
Bloomer pants, serviceable
and dependable.
Prices, $9 to $15
McRae Mercantile Co., Ltd.
The Style Shop for Men and Boys Who Know
in   KKNT    Sn   Roomed   11,,use.  n-n
Hiiiiy located >" rsnl  nt  t'2tf   i«ir
month     Occupation April l€th
KOH SALE Boms useful pieces ol
I* ' in I u ro. r,,iik nlnvr. hrnlir. Apply il. Thorpe, Connaught avenue.
WANTED
KM!   . m Bl   Pour   Loggias llor-*s
I   11, -Lllll
con i<     i nny   lay nl Kipht Mile     yvrn]H
Board, ot sec faiu'i-?! Hunter, city._    North Dakota
RBSPON8IBLB pnrty desires to rent
one yi'nr, In* nnn plHrc with boUBS,
with n  two  nulPH  Ilnm  town,   nutt-
nbic for chickens, bees,   gardening,
Purchase     later   i[   satisfactory.—
A,    H.    Itevgn,     Kargo,.
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