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Array "Empire" Typewriter
For ease of opera don and
perfection in results it is
unsurpassed.     Price $601
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Vol. 18-No.
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REVELSTOK E.
AY 11,1913
$2.50 Per Year
CLEARANCE SALE
OF
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Ecrisr^
v
Wc are poinj; out of this lint
V
our high class goods at prices the */.
and  will
Hstonish
offer
you.
lt embraces Wedgewood, Ro-, i Crown,
Darby, Doulton, Ainsley, Royal Worcester, Limoges, and many other makes.
SEE   OUR    WINDOWS
ROYAL DOULTON CHILD'S SET
FOR HIGH CLASS
3 Pieces
$1.25 Now GOc
GOODS
PITCHERS
AT PRICES NEVER
OFFERED  BEFORE
$1.25         Now      75c
CUPS AND SAUCERS
ROYAL CREAM DERBY
SUGAR AND CREAMS
WEDGEWOOD JUGS
S2.50          $3.00          55.00
$1.00 antl           $1.25
CUPS AND SAUCERS
Cup and Saucer   $1 50
$1.50  for 80c
See Our Window for Your
Choice for $1.00
LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO.
.
PLUMBING
LIMITED
STEAM FITTING
TINSMITHING
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Imperial Bank of Canada £
Head Otfioo-
Capital Subscribed
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
Total Assets,
Toronto, Ontario.
6,000,000.00
6,000,00^.00
6,000,000.00
$72,000,000.00
Branchc" ur ARi-mts nt all principal pointo in Canada.
Af?en!*s in Great Britain and United States—London, England,
Lloydj Hick, Limited. Chicago—First National Bank, Corn Exchange National Bank. BeatUa—Seattle Narlonal Bank, Sanl-Van-
cisco—Wells Fargo Nevada Nationil Bank .Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposit! of fl and upward, received, and interest allowed at
current rate from date ot deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
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JUST   ARRIVED
Fashionable Millinery
Latest Shapes and Styles
Mrs. A* G, Crick, • First Street
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TIRED ?
THEN A CUP OF
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BELL BLEND TEA"
will refreah vou with its bright,
flavor nnd (ragroncy. Sold In
lead packages.
ipicy
Price, 35c, 40c. and 50c. per lb.
G. W. BELL
P. O. Box 208
GROCER & BAKER
Phone No. 23
B
oard of Trade
and Good Business
Will Advertise for Tourist Traffics-
Progress Club to be Formed"
Many   New   Members   Join   the
Board to Assist in 'Progress
I
The Board of Trade held their posl
poned meeting on Thursday evening
last. President C,B, Hume occupied
the chair.
Secretary Laing read the    minutes
ol the last meeting of 29th     March,
and also minutes o( executive meet
int; held    in city  hall     April     Mh;
which were adopted.
Committee on Railway- and Parks
reserve reported  progress.
The communication from tlie Hoard
to Hon. Thos. Tnylor, re the early
construction of a conneutong road
from Revelstoke to the trans Canad-
ian motor road, was duly acknow
ledged by tho public works depart
ment.
Tho following woe proposed for
membership: M. Lawlor, P.B, C(on-
yn, G. ll. Nagle, Jno. Abrahamson,
J. B. McKenzie, Kev. 0. A. Procunler, li. ii. Cummlngs.
The following names duly proposed
at the previous meeting were unun -
Imously added to the membership
roll:—(i. W. Bell, Clayton Tapping,
Hand liibhons.
ST A N DISC.   (•( >M VII TT EMS.
The following standing committees
were read out by  the chairman:—
Weight and Transportation—W. M.
Lawrence, Alex. Hobson, Alex. Grant
Public Works—A. J. McDonell, J.
ll.   Sibbald,  W.   A.   Foote.
Finance and Printing—V. II. Pratt,
A. 11. McCleneghan,  \Y.  Hews.
Advertising—O.   F.    Lindmark,     11. I
Manning,  C.   It.   Macdonald.
NEW  BDSINE88.
Mr. Lawrence—On going back to
our minutes of 1909, it will be found
that a large committee wen appoint
ed on a resolution to deal with tbe
matter of general railway develop
ment and new construction in tb.s
district. '< suggest tbat tbis t lolu
tion be re-affirmed and the personell
of tbe committee be brought up-to
date by the Inclusion of names ou
this attached lift; and that such com
mittee stand for the remainder uf
the present year.
Motion put accordingly uiul carried
unanimously
COMMUNICATIONS.
, *\ letter fiom the Mail-Herald was
read informing the Board tbat 160
copies of the recent special issue
were being held subject to orders al
10c. per copy.
Un motion it wa- decided to take
over these papers same to bc distrib
uted by the advertising committee.
A letter from llie lady in wailing
to H.I1.H. thc Duche<s of Connaught
regarding the Victoria Order ot Nurses, waH referred to thc Hospital
Hoard.
Au oiler ol a "blrd»-eye view" from
the Angelua Engraving Co., was turn
ed down.
Secretary f. \v. Laing tendered bia
resignation nrt Secretary of thel*",u.l
to expire May 30th.
The President and  various mem
spoke   iu   the     highest terms ol the
wort performed by Becretary   Laing
and a motion      was carried  nnaiuni
spire more confidence in tho town am
ong  the  general   public.
Mr, Manning—We should endeavor
to get our people to spend their mon
oy at home and then 11 wo could get
a tourist teatlie it wolll.l help us a
whole lot,
Mr. Atkins—We should endeavor to
got the public with us. \ commls
sum might, be appointed to administer, oi to advise on Lho admlniali i
tion of the Railway Belt lands and
this might be done without waiting
for ihe changes from tho Domiuion
to the Provincial government,
Mr, McCleneghan—Mr. Rogers Is to
visit the West and Revelstoko this
; all, and l consider that we . hould
get together wltb the Conservative
Vssociation to tender Mr. Rogers a
banquet and personally como into
touoh with tbe minister by mentis ol
a banquet or othi ru Ib ou his visit.
Also we Bhould ho *• i committee
appointed to go into this matter of
a Progress club.
Mr. Lindmark—All thut we have
said tonight is true, w ■ need u broad
er vision and Mr. Atk.es bus touch
ed tho core ol  tire situation.
In the Mountain Park here we have
an asset unrivalled as u tourist attraction throughout B.O. Wo should
centre on that and make u ie ol it.
and make  It known.
Mr.   McRae—We  ha 1   this  a I  i
over at the lasl meeting and
true.
i'i*. ide it     Hume -I   would   like
L OF TDRCNTO      '
IVDRRERS FH KELP
Sl
Cloak makers anii Oilier Employees of tlie I. Eaton & Co.
Demand their fops.
ii
to
d
Op,*
this Progress
ee  something
Club.
On motiou it was decided thai     ., .
committee  be ap] ited to go    Into
the matter of a Progress Clu i, and
report at tho next meeting of the
Board, Hi.ine, McSorley, Howe u. *
McRae, Hnn,,bin. c. R, Maclouivld,
Gordon, Atkins and Lindmark were
appointed,
Mr. Howson—Cannot we got the
Provincial government, the C. ;•. it.
.•n.i the Dom iloii [oYemment t *
togi tl er and have tha ro id to tba
summit of tbe \ lew mountain p. • in
to shape.   Also cannot   wt
what ha-     been    .1  i.* ■
lands, and vires t*.    II i i
out what is to be done,  aud  demand
I action.     The    pr,*-, Dl     .":>     11'. -all-.   '
tory state ,,f things as regards ihe
squatters was also liacussad by
Messrs. Lindmark, McRae, rapping,
and Manning,  and othei
The     meet ing     adjourned al   ut*
p.m.
ously,   that  Mr.   Laing
re-conslder the matter,
be  ask'-d     to
DOMINION DAY
CELEBRATION
Y. hi C .A win Hold a Monster
Athletic Meet July 1st.
At a  meeting of the sports   com
mittee of tlu* y.M.C.A. held In    the
Physical Director's office on Wedne
daj ovenlng, May nth. It was dei
to bold a monster athletic meet under the  *et,,.ii oi tbe sporl •   i on
nut   of  Ihe   It.It.V.M.C.A.
It   im tin   intention ,,(     ||„.  various
committees      to spars no pains    to
and  make his   make this meet tlle best hy fui of any
decision  known  ut  the  next  meeting. | thai
PROGRESS CLUB,
President  0.   11.   Hume      Introduced
PIANOS-PLAVER PIANOS
Sheet Music und all kinds of
Small oMusical Goods
JKM(r*,{w-r
Call and Inspect
Music Store, McKenzie Ave.
the SUbJSot of   tbe   promotion      ol    a
Progress   Olub for Revelstoke,     mil
suggested   tbat the     people of   the
'"»ii   including  of  course  tb,   la,I,..
be   invited  an,I   encouraged   to      take
part in such a movement
Mr. Manning—We should  havo such
u  club  and   alsi,  a   perninncnl.    heud-
quarters,
Mr. Gibson sketched tbe wort    «
cully  dono  by   Prince   Albert,   mi   tli,.
lines of publican; u permanent build
ing bus beeu erected and u commls -
sloner   appointed.   Such     a  scheme
would   hnve  to   include  the  SUITOUnd
lag   country   on the   principle thai
Wharf   helps  eaeh.   helps  all.
Mi. McLennan—We shall bave     to
get   the       nubile       cenelally    tO   buck
•nth a*, instead of bucking agaitwt
us, as |g t,„, often the case in Rev
elstoke.
Mr   Mt Rae   ,\,   must  gol  "in  land
thrown "pen  before we oommenoc t..
boom our district.    We unit   have the
land relc I [rom tbe Railway licit
■ tu.i.i and . "in tbe lumbar oom-
paniel
Mr,  Mi i . \ committee   ol
this board we appoint >l io enquire
into the bei I tnannei ,*: handling this
lund. when ami I thrown open, but
Board have mv
•'  g" a record,
President Hume—Wo want to    in-
bus  been  bebl  in      Uevclsii ike,
The prise   are to ba ol ■  standard
that  win attract tbe best athlete
I he   |u "grain   Will   bc   published   lat
er.   Whatcb  tba papers for lull    information,    ll"     Ii.lgel   lie      || ,1
July  isi, Dominion liny.
At   iln   i m, ini   ixaiiniiali'.n  in 'i i	
I etle.il   music,    lll'lll    ,11    M.HI  t
the McGill University Conner ntorj
of music. Mi     Wrlglej sent in   four
pUPllS whn passeil as follows: (.null*
IV, K.lna Cor mi passed with dis
« tut him;      tirade    [V.,     Kiit.lt  Itiown,
passed with distinction.;    Grade V.,
Myrtle       Brock,   passed   Willi     I    ,,i,,*
tion; Annie McLean, passed with dis
bl notion.
The    Toronto     Trades   .....  I	
Council is appealing to the ■.*,"•' ■
men of     thu    Dominion    nlul    :    i ho
United  states  to come to tb**  11
oial assistance ol t be 1,100 locki do
cloak   makers  and   garment   workers
(ormerly    omployt i  In the T,  	
company Factory.
The workers received an ultimatu
tli.it thej must do lhe new work ,, *
ordered and without arbitration or
conference or els * al onco leave tb •
factory, wl.ere (or many years the)
had contributed to the success "i
tins lirm and the industry. When the
worker*;  asked   lor  an   hour's  *.* i. ■
boh * ler this choici   oflered to them,
ithey   were   granted   Bvo   minutes    and
then driven  roughlj   out of tbo tao -
lory  by the police,
Tins nrm for whom their undi t\ uiil
employees have largely contrlhul rd
to its Buccess, has Bysti mat trail .
persistently and with the most o * -
pri: ave methods opposed auy at
tempt on tbe part of theii  employe is
or  organi.'.e,I      labor    t" "Main      tl*
bast concession ol tb< ir i | hts,
whereas the ■;■: 111 for collective har
gaming has alrea Ij b en acknowl dg
ed either directly "i* indirectly by u
large number of employers.
The 'i'.   Baton  companj   is nn
the minority who have remains
I    ..a.     bold : .-     .m; i     i
hull  tenaci! .   and anj  at ompt on
the part of an employe ■ to Bo much
tare t" protest was mot with In
i tant ,1. imissal. In hi 11 Hi ci imin
ation, IntimlUal ion an I mbje I * n,
to tho    orst pi ■..-.iMin    h ts
*   ind  i •  the  predom ti ml  ru *
. in.
The reporl  * ;' the con illliation com
mittee follows
"We have confern *i with Rah il Jo
cobs, Mn Btr l Cohen an l Mayor
with thc hoi .* that tbey migbi
arrange a conference for us with sume
i* prescntatlvi of the Brm "I T.Baton
•'   Company,    Ll i    .*.  vei.  Ra  bl
J ii "";. aftei cons iltin   a m mber of
the Brm, reported to it   tl nt  It  was
hopeless    to tr)   to* i   •      i onf I
:■■■..,.: |        |
the work exactly as orj n
■   7th, an I then I
B     lalell'.   rl    th   *
'
' '- false in everj  par
lar; thai the statem nt« mad   in
our behalf by the * ommittt *   i om '  *•
and labor count 11 was enl 'o
; ly false, and that  we regr t all thai
happened to  hurt     Mr,  Eat in' *
*    bim to take us back
to    woik      witho.it      any  con
The stories of injustice and suffering told     by     the loci
from the so called "model" lactorj * I
"■'' "KI • me aa    a
to ths pui': c .,;i. r   ths
i iei, ntlons of the T.   I
Arm.   Frail children of fourteen years
worked from - a.m   I i 9 p, m.;
young girls on starvation wages have
bo n subjei ted  to gn and
'•'fi tat ■  i,i rot >man and exam
boms   wort   was  common,   nnd
workers were forced to do ll
i t i long hours in the !,,'.,: i, -graft
rife;  wb mployeei   bad     t*.
for u    chance to • arn  , I
wage; tbe i • „.,.,..■
half holidaj  was only n dream,
 * i, foi  i ir id . ni    the
I oa t  i     sanltn      i     Htlon      I ave
much tt |   in tbe ars
Mlllt., |   |, ,     w|al   ,,
from all
i "ii1.ta n    i,f homes are toda)   I
,* i om
,
•"    '"thai; of the   moat
d 'ii'i   "i  refined  pnronl .     n    i,
quite pla,n ti* ,i  Hi   j   i    ,
""' 'K  "it ■ ,1,, a,,
wrong."   k.x.
IF YOU W AN r
Carden Tools      Rubber Hose        Lawn Mowers
Carpenter's Tools.   V« ire Fencing and Gates
Bicycles or repairs    Stoves    Paints
Fishing Tackle     Sporting Coods
Cuns, etc, we enn supply you
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BOURNE BROS,
Grocers
Hardware
Plumbing
>.r*V»iraj».-
£2
Boots and Shoes at Lower Prices
Kangaroo med. wei    ' Bhoe, guaranteed $3.20
I ■  it,   ... -sewn  workingman's
Bhoe, per pair. $3.50
Rivermen's med. high I . latonly  $6.00
(im *.."' k includ - . *.. • .1 •'  ■•   im in **'! stylish
JOHF5 McINTYRE & SON
Box i'n. Phone 93
lievelstoke Meat Market ltd.
To Get the  Best Results
Prom Your Garden
USE
SWIFT'S
FERTILIZER
i
istoke nleat Market, Ltd.
i-O-JOOCKXKKXKl-C-OOO O-O-OOKKKKHX?
I ADVANCE STYLES IN SPRING HATS
'I'lie     .'-iugai      Bowl    ran.ly uiul  lu
cream parlor, bave just. Installed   n
new  nml   up In date  hii,la  iiiiiI    ernneii
!• nmt nj in* oi tbe   most ootnpletc
lactoi lee "I Hn kind av< t  pul on the
mul Let ,   ItnpOl >' 'I  U'i     I   luuu tbe ea .1
m i  oontaining all  t he Intent,    da
vieeK im tin* 'manufacture ol    cool,
(•lean,   Hummei   iliinkK   anil   NtretheN.
The lountatn ItaeM    Ih a   handai	
itruetun, ni,11 ni,* topped, and plat d i
llttlngH,   wlulst   Llir  bar nbiirt.ly  in  |„.
erected in tbe background will he el   McRae
aliorately ornamentod,  and Ml     ufl
with colored electric UghU,    Mam ,i
"cooler" win i.e quailed thii lummer
In ti" Mimiif oi tin*    "Sugar Dowi"
luuutulu.
Gun Club Shoot
1 !       I Revel
toke Clun Olnl . m i la .,   tl	
lv     I I   ' '   '■'.    Ii
PIR   r  i*:\ HOT
Twentj foi   iiui" ni   Mi :
ai. Handicap.
Mt Donel ti k i •
ll.lll.Ml ."ll.ll.h *|
■Sturdy, Uot   i
McRa   (lot  I ............ ,
I.IIWIelieM    Ool    5
Foot    Oot 3 .2.1
I   Ilill" n   :•  t lot   I
Morgan Ool I ,,,                       jj
0OND i:\kst
i    Iva Pair »f   Douhl •
• ii moll i •
THIRD BVBNT
Twelve pan  ol I	
MoDonell     	
Mtltuc 	
The new hal re showing arc all in the
latest Styles.    Tln-y   are   American   Shapes
.,; •! Sh airs  something new and different, as
it wen. in mixtures and finishedfelta. They
I Cidedly diessy r.nd natty.
Wi areagt the  famous Hawes Von
md Stetson Hats, also the Buckley Hat
which haa  a guarantee Iui three  months.
McRae Mercantile Co.
IIII STYLES SHOP IOR MIN AND BOYS
►OO r- 0<>00<K><K>00<K><><>^<K)-o.<>-(><>-<
Prize Eggs for
Early Hatching
ll'llll    x.M.I
16. Woodland
I P. McLean
Best Strain of Brown Leghorns, single and Rose Comb,
and    Partridge    Wyandotte
Bggs.
P. O.   BOX   181 SATURDAY,    MAY   lltli.  1912.
T_E3:E mail-heeald, revelstoke
SATURDAY,    MAY nth,   1012.
^
Some Snaps in Local Realty
House and Two Lots on MacKenzie Ave $4,100
House and Lots on First Street  3,500
House  and    Lot.  South-West     Corner
Douglas and King Street  1.500
House and Lot, Fourth Street  2,850
GOOD BUYS
EASY TERMS!
L
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
-j
Gbe flDail-lbevalb
PUBLI8HBD   WEDNESDAY  AND
SATURDAY  AT
REVELSTOKE.  B.   C.
jntertot pubitsbing ttompans,
Limited
J. K. JOHNSON, Manager.
RALl'H  G.  8CRUTON,  Editor.
BATl'RDA^     MAY   llth,   1911!.
Death of Mr. Donaldson
While as many more are expected
within the month, as well as thlrtj
v"iini: duckling* now out. Probably
the ni"Ht Interesting recent arrival
on the ranch is a young wild gosling
the product ol thn pair nt wild gecfe
wll,rli have during llie past seven
years, contributed their share In
ward the interest and amusement "f
guests  both young and  old.
'i'lie crowd paul no attention, The
officers continued firing, 'i'he abuts
were returned and a battle followed
in which it is estimated inn shuts
wen- fired, The firing resulted in the
crowd dispersing, leaving Intir persons lying un the ground, Physicians
pronounced  David Davis' wound fatal
A detachment nf troop t'.. stale
troopers, stationed at Butler arrived
li, re today and a detail of IS men
was   sent    to   MlllersviUe,
These, with seven members of troop
i'., are patrolling the town and report that the lawless spirit is now
under control,
Gun a Noot Still Defiant
Prince Rupert, May s—Theories to
the elfeet lhat the Indian outlaw,
Gun-a.noot, had died, a report of
•vhi' h was Circulated last year, are
proved to be false, according to recent arrivals from Kisuoix, which
was the headquarters ol the hunted
fugitive
Within the last, f.-w weeks Cun a-
inini has revisited his tribesmen at
Klspotx. His arrival was, however,
kept a secret by the Indians, but the
Information leaked out, Before the
polico arrived, however, (lim-a-noot
had again  made his escape,
Owing  to re
Boyd   is    now*
than ever be:ore
nt Improvements, Mi.
In   a   better   position
to eater i,, the com
tort of the
Ing public,
travelling and health seek
Hon, Thos. Taylor and Mr. Gordon
are leaving Halcyon on Monday for
a tour ol the Lardeau district, with
the view .,; ascertaining the genernl
Icon lit mn ami requirements oi tins
part of the riding, the trip to be
made in Mr. HelTner's swift launch.
Mr. and Mrs. Boyd will accompany
them   as   far  as   Beaton,   wb re    they
will     visit     Mr. and Mrs.  Malcolm
Beaton.
The de ith rn     on  Sunda)  ev
r igan  Landing, of Mr,
J.  A.l    . .: : * on    of the    mosl
highly respected residents ol tbe dis
triCt. The Cause Ot the death was
cancer of the liver, with which be
Lad been suffering t"t some time.
About I hi -wis laid ni• with
a severe attack of grip, nud since
iti,-., 1.'- tallj  siiiknij,'.    so
the end  •> as m I • d,    though
(t nevertheless came as a seven
shock  •*    hit   lam ly  and  friends.
Mr. Donaldson was a native ol **";t
Catharines Ontario and alter living
•ome Ume in Manitoba and Washington be came to Vernon about -"■
years ago He was possessed ot
many sterling nunltties ,.f character,
being a borough)} upright, con -1 a
eclenUoui and honorable man. of I struck by bullets.
whom .'. mij ■ • v be aaid that ,\ woman, Mrs. GteO, VVelu. who was
••bis word was is good as hie bond" atauding on her porch, was struck on
He was a valued member ol tbe Me- the arm ny a brick uud painfully iu-
thudist church. and bis consistent Jured. The men wuo are thought to
Christian :.:*. won foi bim the respect hav, been fatally hurt are David
Ol al. who knew him. His death will ! i,„Vi,,, Aot through the stomach anu
occasion very sincere reeret among
a ho.' Ii Is, particularly among
the old-timers of Vernon and the sur-
roundlng     iti   t
Troops fire on Mob
PottBVfllo, Pa., May 'J—In a luittlo
between the state police and u crowd
estimated at between two uud three
thousand men at Minersville early
today, lour men nre known to have
been shot and tbr, e probably were
fatally wounded, lt is believed that
a  dozen  or     more    others also  were
PRESBYTERIAN OHURCH
Rev, J, W. Stevenson, minister
Regular services ou Sunday at 11
a.m. and 7:80 p.m.; Sunday school
and adull Bible classes at 2:30 p.m.
Mid week prayer meeting on Wednes
day at s p.m. Hearty congregation
al singing and special music by the
choir. Strangers and visitors are invited  to the services.
MKTHOD1ST OHUROH.
Rev, It. .1. Mclntyre, pastor. Services on Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7:30
p.m.; Sunday school and Young People's Bible classes at 2:30 p.m.; Wednesday at 8 p.m., Epworth League
meeting; Friday evening, Junior and
Seuior choir practice. A cordial welcome awaits the public ut uli these
services.
'two unidentified foreigners,
foreigner was shot through
1 and Bcriousl}   wounded. Tbo
cum a ie the central  part of
A uot her
the leg
Bght  oc
the town
ST.  PETBB'S  OHURCH.
Holy     Communion     every Sunday
morning at s a.m.,  aud after morning  prayer  ou  the  lirst  .Sunduy      in
each   Month.
1 Rev. C, A. Procunier, rector. Matins ut li a.m. aud Evensong at i'm
p.m., every Sunday. Litany on the
Second Sunday, and the Ante-Cunt -
muuion on tbe Third Sunday after
Matins, Sunday school every Sunday at  2:30  p.m.   Choir practice    on
FridayB ut 8 p.m.
i
He 1 don    tii..- sons and '
four   laugfatel tghtera   ai *
Mrs.  Gol ! ■ •     i 'at ;   Mrs.     w.
>    rman,     of
Vern.*: ,    Donaldson,
••Mersvllle the la«t several days and tak
■       '   '    :-•   Tbos.   I'arry.   a  repair  man    and
employ of the C   V. H. and    Murray   »„.„,„  „,„,,   „ pump  .^   ,
When   Keyset   called   at   a   garage  foi
m,ih.n.   today la* wa-  warnei
«rd  not to take it  out.  and pi.,.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ BAPTIST  CHIHCII.
"I*™ a crowd attempted to prevent One block west of McKensieavenue
Superintendent Geo. W. Keyser, ...■ on Second street. Rev. K J. Obave,
the Pinehlll Coal Co., from taking It. A., pastor. Sunday serviees at
two men in his automobile t" the col 11a.m. aud 7:.>0 p.m.: Sunday school
Ucrj     Keyset ba-   Iwn coming  to M.n   and   adult   Bible  class.s  at 8:30   p.m
Mon,lav    ai   8 p.m., Y g People's
Mei ting    '•■■■*     la]  .it  s p.m., church
-   it bome.
The .'.in,
•• it  tbe
J..,:: 1 I .* by
*
Thf
,     re    were    <• ■'•'■■      \
C. Po th Mel   •• st  mi- -
c. -    C,  Smith, H.
Knight.     W   V   \ K.
; *..,■•    \
New*.
Prayer .iicetm**.'.   a .ordiul invitation
d    to  all  services.   Strangers
made  welcome.
I   was held a prisoner  at     tbe
Chief Bui :
a civil     war    veteran   addressed th*
eiowd   and   demanded   that   tla;.   die
p-crsc. imt uu attention was paid to
He tbereu]
to send
CHURCH
i  -
F.ttti    .itreet    anu
Halcyon Notes
•*       .
siort
.   .   .     Ka.tOi.
Tt'
•one :
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M:
i.ng tbe a
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■ i... i   •     eight  ;     •.;-.
i
C.  t
Taj *
licit..:, i.
I..\
hoam'ti.  M' I
D'     Mc!'- lllr
m i ,e arraogero-,t.   with ti.   nonage
men I
twice a week.
any • merge:. •   caili      .*•      • ,   ied
thus (fviflg th.   .
■of mcJicul attend!.;.■ ■
James Hoodajl,     Cl    l(    I
him i*en trafMfwrtd from Mali
HQUfl I'ass,  /, v
tbe ge'i.al   Mi.   ID-nr,':   *•'   M."»heud.
Air.  Heftiicr is in much demand    am
O'lg  tbr  Indies,  a. bt  it>  the      proud
owner of one of the fnrteirt launebe
un  th* Arrow lakes.
ken   ranch      Is I
I'logiewing  favoru'dy.      tli'ii     Iflug
4-t/taOy  Wl   ottlc CbiCkl  h.itibcd  out
lice barracks ut Pottsville
T*   a detail  t" Minersville,
Three men who muke d.
•   ' ■
were reinforced by :
:: .in ;, i   I   itUville    arracks
IS   taS
rom the garagi   and
rankej when some *   •
tbre*        ricl
rhis seemed
■
■bote.  Tbe offic
ers  firtiX a     volley  .nto  tbe ground
i  -vTHOLIt
St. Francis    of
eb.rch,  corner of    ^^^^^^^^^^^
McKenzie avenue.
s—On    ali     Sundays,  except
the four- ow maas
with Communion * •' aful    at
8 a.m. ■ ' a. m..
children     at
Romry Dtlon ol
The b • ment 7:*  p.m.
Oo rn* every
M      are
(ter 7 3u     and
Itaat
J.  C.  McKenzie   P.  I
*
COMING
In Wyoming" May 17th
"Casey Jones," June 1
Tom Marks Stock Co., June 3
Bunty Pulls the Strings-June
REVELSTOKE OPERA HOUSE
Tapping <& Allwftod M^rs,
bread &
betilr
'; % '"**'_;'•".' -If'if. :;■' .'• : "■' '
PURITY
FLOUR
BUSINESS LOCALS
Meet mc at   the  Savoy.
O.P.R. Croight
Customs 8ale
Monday,   May   l.'tt.l
beds
,   at   11   a.m.
Howl''  windows for
See tbo "-Sugar   ^^^^^^^^^^^
Saturday  specials.
See   Howson's   show      window      for
I lammocks and Couches,
Howson's     are      lbe   flrst   to show
tbeir hammocks  this season.
Thermo!
si.'.es  and
store.
bottles      end   r. Ilils,   .*
price.*, ai  Macdonald' - Ur
Royal Hose Talcum powder, one of
tb. nicest made, only 26c. a till, ut
Macdonald's drug store.
Customs Sale—Unclaimed Goods -
Monday, 18th inst., ll a.m.
iu*<t. i.ii-
.i t  iWc
Films, Kodaks, Chemicals
:ion Books, all the newest,
donald'a drug store.
Uo Carts, the largest and best assortment ever displayed in Revelstoke
at  Howson's.—Oct their cash prices.
Victor Horuless .Machines G Irom
i'2D upwurds. Edison Phouogruphs,
trom $19.50 upwards.—Revelstoke
Music  Store,  McKenzie Aveuue.
The Sugar Uowl ice cream ihriors
are now open, the largest and moBt
up-to-date parlors in the city. ...
Be there' Whcre 1 Freight Sheds,
Monday     next,     at 11 a.m. Customs
Sale  of   i mm.a.iih,i  Goods.
The "Sugar Uowl" ice cream parlors are now open. Tiie largest and
most  up-to-date  propositiou  iu     tbu
losses  assured,   rates  reason -
ale—W. Ii. Robertson, reul estute ai
.nice.
Drop  .ti at  tin* Sugar Bowl     lor
w lie,
mother,  or sweetheart   «...   .
ate  ,t.
MATKH■
-■
I  of A.
:-' HAM     :.. ..don,  is  prepar-
t.i.*! ..  limiti *:   uum., :   ■■',  pup-
•   '.  In  m ime.   For  teriot-
at     ths     residence ol J,    K.
rest       tbe boo
•
WANTED
*
llersi^H
^$H$»t|^>-^M| ^H$»^^t^^^^^^!|||J||||||||3)|||||>|||i|!||! ,||,|! t||ll>l3>Cpllll3>ltM|ll|lltl<|»
| LOOK! LOOK! LOOK! AND READ f
A                        Actual comparison of Eastern Catalogue Prices, Freight added, wiih +J+
|HO"W"SO]Sr'S   PEICES!
*p  ^
%                                                 Winnipeg Price   Weight Freight   Total     Howson'a Price Delivered %
<ji    Kitchen Chairs           50c       101b     23c     73c         "       "       70c ^
+f+   Kitchen Cabinet       $ 6 75      1501b $3 53c IID 72        "       "   $ 9,60
Dining Table       $10 55       1051b   3 87    14 42        "       "     14.40
Dining Chairs  88c       f21b     28c   I IS        "       "       1.20
Dresser and Stand       8 95    1501b 3.52 12.47       "       "     13.00 A
'         125    1601b 3.76 15.01       "       "     14.00 %
X   Bed        3 55     601b   1.41   4.96       "      "      5.20 Z
T   Bed        5 35     681b   1.59   6.94       "       "      7.20 %
X   Dominion Spring        2 40     60ib   1.41    3.81       "       "      4.00
£   Child's Cot        5 10     751b   1.76   6.86       "       •'      7.20
X   Ostermoor Mattress      15.00  $16.50 a
± Y
±                  Wo niiiki r prnlll by slilppinK In uivilond lots, thereby BavlngIfrelght rates,   liiing T
■*$*■                 oatuloguH giving desoflptlon o( other goods not apeclllua in this list lo one store und wo tp
rfj                 prove our statements.    Itemember we ileliver goods und sei up free from breakage,
I  R. HOWSON & CO. REVELSTOKE, B. C.
WANTED'
Apply
Hotel.
-Five Good  Millwrights,
0.   Q, Kendall, Revolsto
I  want  to buy  two good six-room
dwellings centrally  located. — 11. N.
Coursier.
WANTED—An experienced general
housemaid, must be plain cook. No
washing.   Wages twenty-live dollars
per month.   Apply   Mrs.   ('.  ll.llinnc
WANTED—Boy aboul it; or 17 years
of ago, for General store. Apply
in own hand writing to Lindsay
Ware & Co., Ltd., Beaton, B.O.
POR SALE OHEAP—Five yeur old
driving .Mure, rubber tyred buggy,
cutter umi Bingle harness, all in
good condition. Owner leaving the
city ■   Box 914 Oi ty.	
NOTICE OF   DISSOLUTION.
Notiee is hereby given that the
partnership heretofore existing between William 0, Shearer and iSarl
\.  Barruclough under the name snd
style of Wesi Kootenay .Stenm ljiiuii-
ilry Compnny, bus been dissolved.
Mr. Shearer retires from the bits! -
ness winch will in the future be car
rieil on by Mr. Barraclough under the
same name ns thai nil.lei which it
hus heretofore beeu  carried  on.
Mr. Buiruclough iB thc norsun entitled to receive all moneys due to
tbc lnte partnership firm.
Duted May  ith, V)Vi.
Eurl A.  Barraclough.
Sash, Doors, Mouldings
Torniogs Etc.
Tenders  _
Tenders addressed to tbe undersigned for the purchase of Villa Lot No.
50, lately owned by the late Thomas
Skinner, deceased, will be received up
to noon of the l">th day of Muy instant. Tbc Lot contains an area of
ubout four acres about hulf of which
is cleared and fenced uud there is a
small Irumc hon. a on thc lot. Terms
cash. Immediate ;• -session can be
given.
Dated May 1st, 1912.
GEORGE S.  McCARTER,
Aiiii.nistrutor of  the  Kstate of
Thomas tikiODer, deceused.
Sewing Machines
A nice new stock of Singer and Wheeler Wilson Sewing Machines
For Sdle or Hire
by the month at Manning's.
All kinds of machine needles
stocked.
H.  MANNING,   Agent.
We are in lhe manufacturing business of
Sash. Doors, Mouldings, Turnings, Show
Cases, Office and Bar Fixtures, Screen
Doors and Windows made to order and all
kinds of repair work done in good order.
We have it lull line of building supplies, lime
cement, plaster. Hard Wall Finish, bricks,
Sewer Pipe. Plaster Plaster Board, Roofing
cTWetal. Lath and all kinds of Glass, Oils,
Paints, Varnish, all colors and tints.
Much pleasure in quoting anything in the
Building Line.
Revelstoke
Sash and Door Factory
GEO. D. SHAW, Prop.
P. O. Box 295. Revelstoke, B. C.
People of Revelstoke, Do Not Be Downhearted
We have the Resources. Capital will come to us
BOOST!    BOOST!
In the time of Peace, Prepare for War.
Now is the time to place money in Revelstoke.
Do not wait for the coming raise.
Call and See Me Before Investing.
W. B. ROBERTSON
y%
■*k  {Jwould seem absurd P
k \    Then   why any^ seam
Seam-in-front
|/ stockings
THE CANADIAN  BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WAV.KER, C.V.O., LLC., D.C.L., PMMMNT
ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manaoer
REST, -   $8,000,000
CAPITAL - $10,000,000
i tt.ntl*
ipeleie,
perfect   n reached
Ho
-i
niery
"SEC Hosiery
■   •   '  Mom  ' "V''" lhi lutti of tin
* "K'y to
f in   ihey *»    : !., mr —
ttict
Sn dlffarenet
In c. hi "ii'iiuy
Metier, nt
Vnilrrwm.ar
Swealrr*
COLLECTION   BUSINESS
With its larpe number of In.nu lies, agents and correspondents, The
Canadian Hunk of Commerce is able to elicit collections throughout
the world promptly and at reasonable rates. Rates will be quoted on
application.
FOREIGN   BUSINESS ^
Cheques and drafts on all countries of the world, drawn in sterling,
francs, m.irk"., lire, kronen, florins, roubles nr any other foreipn currency,
cjn be Dfgotiatld at The Canadian Bank of Commerce at reasonable rates.
REVELSTOKE    BRANCH—F. M    GIBSON. MORI
H. W. EDWARDS
TAXIDERMIST
Animal    Rugs,   Game
Heads and Birds
Mounted
P.O.Box 31, Revelstoke
Fruit Lands
FOR SALE
Galena Bay lands in parcels of
10 or 20 acres or en bloc. CorreH-
l>• >mit-Hi i* invited.
John Shaw, Agent.
Box 616 Arrowhead
I SATURDAY,  MAY  Utb,   1012.
THIJI! MAIL-HEBALD,  EEVELSTOKH
SATURDAY,  MAY  nth,  IM.
\
MALAKWA NOTES
Tartics dcBlring inlormntlon regarding the Vulley ol tho Guidon ol
Kden, can obtain samo free ot charge
by writing to Mr. J, H. Johuaou,
Malakwa,  B.  0.
Among the recent Inquiries lor laud
ill the Garden ol Kden was a com -
muuicution trom Mr. Joseph W.
Smith, ol Band Paint, Idaho! Mr.
Smith bus become Interested ln iho
possibilities ol Uritish Columbia,
Irom n fruit growiug standpoint and
Is considering removing Irom the domains of liu'le Sam, und like so
mnny ol bis fellow countrymen, taking up land in the Dominion. Tho
things which appeal to this class of
settler, such ub ease ol communlca -
tions, suitability for home building,
and equitable climate, are certainly
to lie found in the Garden of Kden,
and if Mr. Smith keeps to his pres -
ent intention of paying the district
ol Malakwa a visit ol inspection, it
is a certainty thut he will fall a victim to the charms of tbc vulley and
stay among us for keeps.
A movement is on foot In Revel -
stoke, to bring the school children
out to Malakwa on the occasion ot
their next annual   picnic.   If these tu-
The Valley of
«v~ •
'The Garden of Eden"
Situated at MALAKWA AND CRAIGELLACHIE, B. C.
|       Just 32 Miles West  of   Revelstoke,   and   Extending   between Sicamous Junction to Three Valleys Station
Area of First-Class LancMo.oooiAcres
Character Of Land   Principally Level.
f.harartor nf ^nil   Bench   Lands,  Clay   Loam   and Vegetable
UlldldWei   Ul   OUII   Mould, while on  Lower Lands Black Loam
Prevails.
Nn Irrm if inn    P°s't'vely 10 irrigation is needed as Valley is sub-
liU  III KJUIIWII   irrigated, and many creeks supply water for Domestic purposes.
This Land is specially adapted for Large and Small Fruits, as well as
Hay and Vegetables.
Moderate Climate   Freezing is  Average Winter Weather.
Prices of Land Reasonable
For Further Particulars About This Garden Spot of B. C, Watch This Page
of the MAIL-HERALD Each Week
■imw
rangements are enn-ied out Malakwa
will be visited by a large numlier ot
strangers, many adults will ucconi -
puny the excursion, ami the outing
hIhhiM prove not only pmfltnhle and
pleasurable to the guests, but nlso a
good udvertiheinent tor thc glorlOUa
valley.
The approach ol spring hnUs tbc
Inimcrs nnd settlers all busy on tbe
land, and In evely direction are to
I.e wen evidences ol 'he early seeding und planting operations. Kach
yeur sees a lug increase In tbe a''ro -
age under cultivation, the valley it
rapidly losing its wild appearance,
tne land is lieing fenced, und dotted
over with homes and smiling nrch -
ards, and on every road ure to be
seen proofs ot tho progress and de -
veloiuneiit ot the (listrict.
The prices ol improved and unmi -
proved IiiikIr at Malakwa. l*Niig fnr
below the existing values iu similur
districts of lhc Okanagan and other
interior points, are the ouly mark
whieh shows this lavorcd spot to bc
the latest among the exploited fnrm-
ing and Iruit communities and if the
present tendency to rise in price is
continued, only two more years will
lapse ere this difference will have totally  disappeared.
... It Might Be Cold. . .
IBTTT
It is always hot in the plunge at Halcyon Hot Springs,
whose natural hot medicinal waters are the most wonderful health restorer on the Continent Our.record of cures
of rheumatism and other chronic complaints is unequalled
and verified by our gratified pjitrons. Located among the
greatest scenery of Canada, easy of access,—the Sanitarium is luxuriously fitted and finished for comfort and
convenience of guests.
Haleyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. BOYD, Proprietor, -       Halcyon, Arrow Lakes
Union   Hotel
I JUST NKWLY RBPAIRED
RATES,      .      $1.50 PER DAY
Weekly anil monthly rates to be arranged.       Meal Tickets, 21 meals for 56.IX)
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C
A. P, LiBVBSQUE, Proprietor
Laughton A Tapping, Props. First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
European Plan
Open Day and Night. - Meal Tickets, $6.00
MONTHLY BOARD
Strictly First Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with  Bath
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
J.    ALBEET     ST03STE      JFPtOIF.
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged   and Improved.     First-ClaBs in every respect.     All modern convenience!
Large Sample Kooiue.
Ratio $2.00 per day       Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
HOTEL CLIMAX RESTAURANT
—^*^— OPEN NIGHT AND DAY
White Help Only Employed
Board by the Day or Week
Night Restaurant—Short Order
W. C.  BATCHELOR,       -       cTWanager.
First National Reserve
New      Westminster,    May 8—At     a
ineetiiiL'  held  in  tbe      lioanl ol trade
rooms last  night,   which   wus     very
largely attended  hy  men  who     hud
served in all parts ot the British Km
pire and all  branches  of the service,
Including the grey-bearded veteran of
the  Fenian   raid,   the   representatives
of   Uritish   regiments,   horse,   foot and
i,'uns,   the  cheery   faced   sailor of  the
King's  Navy,  men   from  the far    on
countries  of  the   old   land,   from  the
militia  reKimentB ol   Hasten)  Oanada
und  companies  now  in the city,    thc
Following resolutions  were  pussed.
"Thnt wc, a representative gather -
Ing of former sailors und soldiers,
who have served his majesty In the
royal navy, royal marines, or royal
naval reserve, thc regular army, Canadian militia, yeomanry, volunteer,
or territorial forces of tho British
Isle-, and other  military units thru'
out the British Empire, now livinc in
the city and district of New West -
minster, B.C., do heartily endorse the
scheme of organising in New West -
minster u branch of the National Reserve, on the lines already adopted
with signal success in Great Britain
and do hereby express our willingness
to curry   out the same.
"We trust that our action In this
mutter may be the means of other
cities in ihe Dominion acting in a
similar manner, and thus instituting
a  National  Reserve of Canada.
"That this meeting of the past and
present members o( the naval, miii -
tary and auxiliary forces ot his majesty's dominions hereby endorse the
scheme of organizing in New West -
minster, nn association composed of
such memliers for thc purpose ot mu
t.unl help and social intercourse, to
be knowii us thc t.'nited Si-rvice club"
Hammocks  from   J2.50   up,   at
Howson's ,
H
Prisoner Captured
Nelson, B.C. May s—Recaptured by
C. D. .Jarvis at Castlegar, Malcolm
Mi-Lean, the prisoner who escaped
from the provincial jail on Monday
afternoon, wns found to have discarded his jail garb tor an excellent
suit of clothes, and to have also
come into possession of some money
Footsore nnd weary from the long
journey, apparently accomplished on
foot, and from a night's lack ol rest,
he was easily retaken.
Part of the jail clothing worn by
McLean at the time of the escape was
found in a bouse on I'ark avenue,
hut it ,s not known how he secured
thc other clothes.
Try one of Probyn'a special dishes
of ice cream called the "Carpathian"
Smile.
Fit-Reform Suits have the New
English Shoulders.
Rosedene Nurseries
Revelstoke. B. C.
House Plants, Ferns, etc.
Cut Flowers, Roses, Carnations, etc
Thos. Newell, Prop.
Designs Box 51
Phone 295
UNION HOTEL
ARKOWHKAD, B. C.
Special Attention niven to commercial
men and tourists. Kirst-rlass sample
rooms. Kinent scenery in British Columbia, overlooking Upper Arm* Lake.
JP. SUTHERLAND
Transfer     Draying
Handling Pianos a Specialty
W.J. Lightburne, Prop Phone 42 .   Night Phone 85
They make a man look trim and
clean-cut — put vim and vigor
into his appearance.
Fit-Reform patterns carry out the
English trend of fashion because
the Suits are made of English
Worsted, English Tweeds, English
Flannels and English Serges.
The making is wholly Canadian —
Fit-Reform tailoring from start to
finish.
GOULD NOT RAISE
MY RIGHT ARM
OlD BSIDCKFOST, C. B.
"For the past 41 years, I have been
suffering with Rheumatism. When I
read in the papers that GIN PILLS,
would positively cure rheumatism, I
wrote you for a free sample to tty. I
could not raise my right arm because of
the awful pain io my shoulder—was nol
al.le to drink. After taking a few GIN
l'i I.I.S, I was able to lift my hand snd
put tt on tbe top of my head.
McKlNNON (V SUTHERLAND
I went to the Islands of St Pierre ud
Miquelon and met an oM fisherman
named I* Pipe. His limbs were still
from Rheumatism and I gave him sou.
Gin Pills. I met him again in . Jew
days and he told mr he could lift hia
arms, which be had not beta ahle to do
for ten years.    ADOLPH8 8. MAHB.
50c. s bos—4 tot fa-50 T hack
if not satisfied. Sample free if yon writs
National Drug snd Cbaariesl Co. of
Canada, Limited, Dept.  W      Toronto,
MANGA.TONS 1LOOD AMD
NHRV* TABLHTS-aiMea! trafc ta
wsak, nerrou. wone*.  fecahax,   KB
\ RDAV,    MAV   Utli. 1912,
TIJ3U   nyCA.TX.-iaiERJk.LXD,   REVELSTOKE
HATI'miAV,    MAY llth,    1012.
fnnnmnilC  InflllY   nf   ^cffloPC      request   f"i   tin   ludustrlal Workersol Tlio  other  speakers  lucludetl   W,   W,
Liiuiiiiuua iiiiuiA ui Gcuicia   |;li fforl(li dlr€C  ,,,, ,hl,( ,„• ,„, ,,„„,,,, „,,,„„,   m,,,,...,.,,* „f PUbiio
llci   i"  produce iii court   memhers ol Works;  Miss   Vgnoa    Deans Cameron,
the   hi.*    ii,.iii"ii   .i rr.': i ill   yesterday, oiu* ol llii'  Imst  known ('iiiiii. linn wni
ai   i> 1 • 11.*.mi anil   i.niMii   i,iii   ol     the ora;  Mr.   Plimpton,  president   of    lho
citj   In '  night after tlir shootlug hy Souttlo     Automobile    Cluh;     Mayor
the en     n's coi iiii i,  wus  *i.l!  mi r.'ikuiih.  of  Victoria;   Mayor  Bliaw,
Bervotl   inis iiii'iiiiin I uf  S'nnnlmo;   ,1.0.0,  Wood,   M.P,   P.,
"The Influx ol United States
ers to Wesieru l   nada v IH bc onoi in
ous tl...   *. Great   numbers    huve
come f: om     mj  disl ri< I  it ii hiii     ' ■
past tew months     and gn itei
,     . i    *. :n*    * * .  ,     .
tbi .i  seeding has  he     * ted uud
most  ol  these  nill  I i      luu .      ie."
li.  i .   1 headquarter.-) in
kam .  '*•■ ..* . **i.i,
foi   .. .m.i part    ul
Idaho ii, i
a Calgary * i * *     ■'
t.*. ay.     Mr.   Vance)  came
up hei c . :h  m  partj
of pn
"The  •■
i   :  states    uro
■   .   in ii.
I
:      *.  in.mi* than
lure,
IVli)       ■ .      m.i.,
..i     Canada
*    .;.;. "ii
* :   ■■■ ■ inada  stl ong   11.
But *   iou much
lor pi '          ie us il we
■
"At mj *  *
* .                        about
ft'estei i - ,    shows    how
i'. .* i       this (   **m
Mr. spent a tow
days      ■ trict. He report
The   : .    ;: Let   ,,n  Si ed
... Ioi  ,i week
all the seed will  I *
I.iii* .nn H.C, Stevens and R.M,
l le Idon i* ho woi * hot from umbii h
while  ' n  duty  Ini i   aighl   are  hellov
ed i in    noi inn.,  i" i ui  ol danger
and will recover unless complications
sol in Vccordlng In iIimii* state -
iiicnis ;* lay, about kin   mon stopped
lll'lll   Him   shadow   Ol   llll'   llllll,llll*.*   .ill.l
lired simultaneously. Doth fell nt
tho Brst tire .uul ni spite ol their
wounds raauaged in draw tbolr revol
vers ninl   return   the  liie.
Plant First Post
■Uboriii.B.C, Muj   10- Willi due au.l
[or au,.ini  distiict, .umi sovoral  oth
i *,   ol prominence.
Nearly (lity ems lell lor Nanaimo
Immediately altor tho ceremony, i th
ei visitors spent tho remainder ol
the uftcrnoon visiting Porl All.enn,
one ninl n linlf miles dlBtunt, Sproat
I.like, and ntliei' nearby points ol interest.
In tho evening tho citizens of \l
i.erni tendered u banquet to I resl
'lint Kerr nii.1 his teilow offleors ol
tho i'iiiiiiiliiiii Highway Association,
ninl nlso arranged mi mprotntu
dance lor the entertnlnment ,f the
ladles nnd oilier guests,
Albornl lms g population ol nearly
Whlfltt.   HOLIJ& ITS  V H1TI MB
Until Released by Womleiiul i.a
j     uiaria Prescription
Liquor seta cv liillainmatiun nnd lr
r{1" fn  "'   me  stomach  and  »utikuni
'ho ll, i vet       Tli« oie.oly or pal il
(spree)  drinker    la alien    forced    tn
uiliill  ewn  iisulnst   I'       'III  bv   his  un
uiii.ii.ii-iiiiysle. i condition,
Samurla Preiorlptlon slops the craving, steadies ilie nerves, builds up th*
sen. ral   bt'ttiili   hii.I   iiiuUms   tli ink   ...
tually   tllstiiaiaful   iin.l   nauseous,        li
is   lllsl, .. ...
"CIVIL    SEUVIOE   ACT.'
The qualifying examinations lor
Tim .1 einss clerks. Junior OlorkB ami
Stenographers will bo held at tho
lollowing     places,     oommouclng   on
Tuesday,   the   2nd   July   next.:    Arm
lu  insii'ii'sn  anj  odorless,  an,I   ean   b.   Strong,   OllllliWack,   t'liiuliei'liiinl,   Ilim
orThe palm. W'"U"J' 'h* k""wl«'"" ,'••'". OoMen, Grand Porks. Kamloops
' Kaslo,   Kelowna,   Ladysmith,   Nanul-
lii-si   pust   of ,100, and although  hotel accommvln
Imposing   eelelni'liy    ll
the Canadian Highway was plantoJ tion w,is so overtaxed thai every n
li.i. ni t.i it- (m'l ol Johnston strom sldent wns called upon to accommo
at   two o'clock "n  Saturday
laii'ii,  in  tin
alter   date two or moro guost . not one of
preseuoe ol ovor  120(1  the  hundreds of visitors Bitflerod  the
I. W. W. War
' al.,  Maj   -   Thi   ri ui ■•■
"  ■      mi * anil iJ
ainsl   tbo      Industrial
■:-■■•■ :,.    H ol i*i.    :>l liOll
:.'.*■*       ,.'■*.
and tl     - g ol one of tba   igi
resulted in tn ■    •
•     ■■■■. ■ "l't.i.;.      *      *      ' :
ners .md  ;wo 11
* *i.un   aitr i ,.*. i :*,.■■.*,
irrest l n.i n.
Joe Mik< . ish,  tl        ■*.   ii-.;  . ..in-, ri
al Wi ■ kei.   ■•■ oi ■. ig t. .• re
... :
ly today,    i!      was <hni three times
,   ■ ■ emeu,  altor      the
attack ifflcers,
Evi • **    ...     * .'* polici man wae cal
led to headquarters early today and
a th' . * irch of tbe city liegau.
Twenty five men were arrested before
7 o'clock.    Two  hours later  the  uum
her oi  arrested  men    was fifty, an,l
tht   ■ urcb  -t.i.- still going on. Every
if  the  invaders, iu
■md     lodging hous is
iu  ttt ■ i    | irt   ol   the  cilv       bave
been      searched.      At  one saloon teu
men taken,  The  lodging  houses
in tb hood  w in re tht Bhoot
lug  occurred, and  another section of
the c • was known us a  lav-
intt',1   men.  were
police arrived.  After
..    in,n   u*l,
a lo Iging bouse
*
The  - was  unear
tl.e.       ■ Iging bouse
.*.*•* .*.
trict I in the
[UippeJ   with     a
Maxim
A writ
■  !:.  Guy, ol
the supei
persons   i    hundro.l  "f  whom    had
traveled Irom sixty i" three hundred
miles I" witness tins event, unique
*ii in. annals "f Canadian road ''inl
ding, ime hundred and three auto -
mobiles iiiiiili the run across Vancou
vei islnini from Victoria and Nann
.ni" i" Alberni, tbis being the Ing
go *i automobile run ever held tn
Western Canada. Mnn, autos came
From Vancouvor, Westminster, Seat
tie, Tacoma aud eveu Portland.
The official planting nf the posi de
volveil upon W. J. Kerr, rr, si.lent ni
the Canadian Highway Association,
in the absonce ol Lieutennnl Govern
"i Paterson, who wns prevented from
attending nt tho lasl moment. With
UniiM rtoutlng ni the breeze and to
iii. accompaniment of hundreds ol
camera clicks, Mi. Kerr drove the
pest iii position while the Port K\
iierm Band played "The Red, White
and nine". A moving picture oper
ator, representing tho Urhnnln Co.,
* •**■>■ led every movement on SOO teet
of film. These pictures will be exhibited .ill over Canada, part "1 the
United States and throughout Great
Britain arrangement having been
made wub John H. Turner, British
Columbia's representative In London
to this eflect
The digging of the hole was almost
as ceremonial ns the actual planting
of tho post. The hist spadeful of
earth was turned by A.E. Todd, of
Victoria, one of the vice-presidents
of tbe Canadian Highway Associa -
tion. The other "Laborers" who
helped In the excavating Included ihe
Mayors of five British Columbia clt
ies. eight members of Parliament,
three millionaires, about twenty aldermen, a large number of tlle best
known society Indies ol Vancouvei
Islaud,
J.F. Bledsoe,  "f  Alberni,   held  the
position "i" Muster ul Ceremonies and
introduced  the  various  speakers,   thi
first  being Bev.  J, Carruthers,    wbo
mn le tbo visitors welcome in a spoech
brimful   of   e:n hn.-,.ism   for   lhe   .
wink  in  which  they are     Interested.
Immediately alter planting  the post,
Pn sidi nt   Ken*  deiiven l   n   magi
cent   oration  well  calculated  to    ai
:■■ every  man  n 1th n   -,*.*;
re to be up .
tor the cause of goi I  roads.  ll
.  thai  from now on th.* cal
the iim.I  would  be  "Eastward   il   !
aaMNH^i
Blight
Thousands of Canadla homes h.i.
I been xavtul {rum inlatiy an,I illjgraee
by some tlevuto.i :e. mother oi
daughter thrnush this wonderful Can*
aiilan remedy. Th» money furmerly
wnsts.l in drink has restored happiness, home comforts, education ami
respeol to the famlllua fuiniorly in
wuni and tlespnlr.
Head lhe ftilluwlng, mi. of the numerous unsollolted testimonials r«-
onv-aJ,      » ,
" I ran uovar r*»p«r yon tor your
reiinMly. It i, -worth niuri, than llro
to nis. My hu.bantl hai bran nlT-arsd
Minor ifv-orol tlinea, but woull uoi
touch It. Hn *..i,i u hail no charm for
Iiim now. May elotl's choice blessings
• ver rait on you, and youri aio my
prayirs ovsr. No on« knows It bin
iiiotie who havs triad it. Ht soon .. I
ran 1 wlll ... otheri thai I itn.iw
would Klvs anythln« to atop thalr bus-
banda from drink. I will glv* tham
your .*:,ii..»
"Mrs. K ,  n.wiiiu,n    Alta.''
i Nam.   wllhh.1,1   on   raquaat )
Now, If you know ot any family
neatllng thia ramajy. tell them aboul
it. If you have any frland or r-ala-
tlva who haa formad or la forming
the drink habit, halp him to releas*
himself from Its awful olutohea. Ba-
tinirla Praacrlptlon Is usad by Phval-
elans and Hoapltala. .
A I'KKK TK1AL PACKAGE of Samaria Prescription, with booklet, giving full particulars, taatlmonlala. pries,
ate, will ba aent ahanlutely free and
postpaid In plain aaalad packaga to
anyone raking for It and mentlonlnn
thia papor Corroapondanc* aacrsdly
confidential. Write today, Tne Samaria Remedy Co., Dept. 46 49, Ool
borne streot, Toronto, Canada. Also
for sale by 0, U. Macdouald, Druggist,   Hevelstoke,  B.  O.
ui", Nelson, New Westmlnstor,  Peach-
land,  Prince Rupert,  Pontlcton,  Kov-
elstoke,  Itossliiiul, Siilnitiu  Arm.Sum-
iiiei'l.iinl,   Vancouver,   nml   Victoria.
Candidates must bo Uritish     sub -
nil between the ages ol 21 and llll,
il foi' Third-ClaSB Clerks, nml between it; ami 11, if tor Junior Clerks
nr Stenographers.
Applications will not be accepted
il received later than the ir.th June
next. io...
Section 7 of the "Civil Service Act"
l'i "vnlcs that temporary clerks ami
stenographers, who have uot been
regularly appointed by Ordor iu
Council, ti ist pass this examination
P.   WALK hi It,
Registrar,   OlVll   Service.
Iiit issue May  Sth,
TO OANADIAN AROHITEOT8.
EXAMINATION   FOR   INSPECTION
OF  STEAM lb HI.Kits   AND
U M'HINKUV.
Examinations lor the position of
i ectors ol Steam boilers and Ua
chinery, under tbe "Steam-boilers In-
-; ection let." will be beld at the
Parllami m Buildings, \ Ictoria, commencing   May   l'tll.    I 112.   A;*,
bad on
ed,     to
whom  tbe form ■     must be  ■  I
correct > than May
..nth. ,n
:;um to
.i maximum
JOHN PECK
' i  -.
\. .t
Competition    for     New     University
Buildings to  be  Eerected at Point
Grey,      neat       Vancouver,     itntish
Oolumbia,
TUe Government ol British Columbia invite Competitive Plans for the
general scheme and design Ior tbe
proposed new University, together
with mine detailed Plans Ior the
buildings t" be erected tirst ut an estimated   cost   of  $1,50(1,000.
Prises ol $10,nw will be given for
the most successful   Designs submitted
Particulars of tbe competitiou and
plau ol site may he obtained on request from thc undersigned.
The desigus to he sent in by July
31st,  1912,  addressed  to
THE  MINISTER   OK   EDUCATION
Parliament Buildings,
Victoria.   British   Columbia.
WATER NOTICE.
Notice is  hereby  given  tbat  WIUli
John Armstrong, "i     Revelstoke, B,
C,   w.ll  apply  f..r  b  llcei ic   to  tnke
■ dx I     in . i:   inches of wa-
■ of Mill Creek, wh t b i!,..vs in
tired *"i    through
hip     25,   Kange  2,
the  i tb  Meridan,  and    emp-
r. i.i.i     Watha river,  near
Big Eddy, B.C..   The watei  will    be
•livened ai a ove C.  P.  R.
track ai .sei  tor Irt
towi
tl    ■:
*   on tbe
'   r.i,   1912
I   ia  the
let   it Rev-
th     the
oi   with the
Par -
•
'
NOTICE.
Uevelstoke  Laud District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that Adelard  S.  liltm-
lin, of     Halcyon,    11. C, occupation
shipwright,  intends to apply  for  permission    to     purchase tho following
described land:
Oommenelng at a post planted 20
.•hains south and 20 chains west of
the south-cast corner of Lot 7072;
thence south 40 chains, thencc west
20 chains, thencc north 40 chains,
thence east 211 chains moro or less to
point ol commencement, ami containing eighty acres, more or less.
Duted March  llth,  l!U2.
Adelard s. Blondln.
Hugh   Pattlnson,   Agent.
NOTICK.
Kevelstoke Land District,
District   ol   West   Kootenay
Tuke notice that Luna A. Blondin,
"I lluk-yon, 11. O., occupation lunr-
net woman, intends to apply for per
mission to purobase the lo.lowlng
described  lund:
Commencing at a post planted on
the South Boundary sixty chains vest
ot the sottth-cust cornel ol Lot 7072;
thence Bouth 20 chains, thencc es«
10 chains, thence nortll 20 chains,
to said south boundary of Lot 7072
thence west along saiil boundary 40
chains more or less to point ol commencement, containing so ucres n.oro
or less
Dated March llth,  KI12.
Luna A.  Blondin.
Hugh PatluBoti, Agent
Smoker's Suppies
'riif (il< I ul ul iU- imw lms ilif largest ami best line of Smokers1
Supplies e\ er iu Lhu * ii>, uiul our |" lues nre i iijit. Fifty brands
of cigars to choose from* Price from $1.00 per box up; nut mado
Irsm snap either.
Meerschaum Pipes from $3.00 to $10.00
Calabash Pipes Irom $3.50 Up
Our siut'U   nl   Calabash    Pipes   is   small   oil   account   of   the
crop liein-L; li failure this year ami quality poor.
Urine Pipes in eases from .$1.(10 up.
Aslt lot the famous II, B. B. brand, liven* pipe is guaranteed.
Cigar antl diuretic Holders, ('uses nml Lighters, Pouches,
Ash Trays antl Pipe Backs, Tell us what you want anil we will
suit imi. tf you cannot call, phone 37 and goods will be sent to
your home for approval.   Buy early while stock is complete.
McKinnon's Cigar Store
ASK THE DRIVER
Everybody knows bim, lin will
tell you that Ihe whiskeys wc are
Bulling are the best. Call and be
convinced,    No household should
be wilhoul a supply of our Har-
voy's Special Scotch Whiskey; our
Frapln Liquour Brandy, guaranteed
80 veins old oi- Blackberry Brandy
for Medicinal purposes. Our stock
of choice Wines and Liquors of all
kinds are unexcelled. Hold by all
the leading hotels, or telephone
Dr. J. C. Morrison
Dentist
Post Graduate Chicngo University
Specialty   All   Porcelain   ainl
, .i*-t Crown Uriilne Work
Cor. Grdmilk' dinl Robson Sts.
Vancouver
»i\i-i Harrison's Drug Store
Phone Sej    5238
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.. Ltd.
Importers and Dealers in Pure Wince, liquors, Cigars and Cigarettes
JUST PUT INTO STOCK
A BIG LINE OF
Fresh Imported Groceries
"1
L
0. GaUicano. Second Street
E.   G.    BURRIDGE
Tinsmith Repairs, Hot Air, Pipe
and Furnace work
-WORK   8HOP-
Onnnaught  Ave.   -   Revelstoko
White-Star-Dominion
CANADIAN SERVICE
Royal Mail Steamers Sailing Every Saturday
Wireless and Deep Sea Signalling Appatatus
New Triple-Screw New Triple-Screw
S. b. Megantic   is.ooo tons each   S. S. Laurentic
Blectric Elevators       Skilled Orchestra      Blectric Heaters, etc.
Sails May llth, June 8th, July 6th.
May 25th, June 15th, July 13th
FIRST-CLASS. $92.50.   SECOND CUSS, $53.75,   THIRD CUSS, [JKJ $32,50
one-class il ii Cabin service.
Twin-Screw S. S. Teutonic     Twin-Screw S. S. Canada
582 feel lung,  l*8,00U horsepower *5!4 feet long
Saiis May lfith, June 15th, July Uth.    May 4th, June 1st, 29th
$55 and up, Third Class, $32.50. $50 and up, Third Class, $31.25
All strainer*sell Ironi Montrcnl, calling at Quebec.
Embark night belore sailing.      No hotel expenses.      No transfer charges
Company's Offices, 619, Second Ave, Near Cherry St., Seattle
WALL PAPER
R. Z. CRAWFORD and carpet cleaning
''iiMKAi HM-
PAINTER
New Lightning Method
|(lil Painting, and Painted Walls
Cleaned like new.
Th' rlirtitrs of Wiviom inrfure ns tn bin the ' ■
-nil. and thisis [articiibrly t.-'.ir in rdcrrnr*-in jirli»n *-vr'.   la     I
\nH Paint is .1 nn'f^itv. f r it is tlir nnlv tbinf thai will preari
• itrr which is r\ri hecotninc iocreadiigly i ■'■ ■     It alto I
:r htiildin"; anil ari'ls t" iL> ■sili-.il.ie value      Ihr man*.* iri.
af iiu[ir"vcti by painting, which makes them more -^anitarv an<l llic home bl
anl cheery
For rxtrrinr antl mt'-ior w.«k, the brst palatini; nattrisl lhat  brauu anH ni<iir»
CU produce is
MINERVA
J'vfivV
?*5mmvAL*«cl
PURE READY PREPARED PAINT.
It fov-TTi brtln. mrnr* an'l retain! it." appearance lonccr Mian  Ih*
Paints or the band-tnbted lead and oil    It ii the most economical |
matlc.
?incf 1STM, Pinchin, jM.lm"-'n A- Co Iiave hem riling up lcnnwled| • lefli r
a" m the best material*; for producing dnr.ihl'   PSintS, special
uses    Tbere are numerous "pecialtli    li lined for special purp< *
have to paint there i-  g "MINERVA" I tint  S|icualty fr.r the ptl ure
to get MINERVA PAINT for your work.
Uv>k  for the MINERVA   Head '*n  every ran      It is yonr gumntee
BveiT can contiin-; Full  Imperial Measure.    Prominent dealer* al all  :   intr srll
MINERVA PAINTS, Including
LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO.
Hardware.Taints, etc. Revelstoke, B.C.
Ask the MINERVA Agency lot ("lor Polders and Information.
Made in Caaada br
PINCHIN, JOHNSON AND CO. (CANADA) Limited
Established in   England   in   1834
TTS SO EASY TO PAINT WITH MINERVA" rn
Agent   for   Flexlume   Electric
tigns
R. Z. CKAWF0RD
^i38
Corporaiion if the Citj
of Revelstoke
pi m.i'   •* /ii' v.
• hereby (Ires that
r tha
■iih   mit'ire   l,e   re
ported  to in   McLean, Oily  MwMmI
iieiiith ni!.., ■  oi  other     pb] ■
ns 11,1,11 iik known    Failure )■• •!" una
llghnbtt offi
Ily  tit.I i.
r.   I   t.w
Oity i i.ik
KALSOMINING
Paper llan>rinjr*R Specialty
Estimates Given
'*■        Making Bnd H'-Silvering
bi 'i Boring
■ ami Staining
Pit t  Framing, etc
I'r
I). W. BRILL
Papei Hai ger.Decorater
•   l: C,
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INOORPORATEO  I86B
Record ot" Progress for Five Years—1906-1911
!9tlt
* 15,00(1,000
Capital
Reserve   -
Deposits
Loans ami Investments
Total Assets
3,000.0011
2;S,()77,7«)
27.457,090
:J3,0!)0.1«)2
1911
$ ■1,000,000
•l,(i00,000
85,042,811
38,854,801
48,237,284,
Has 83 Brunches In Cnnnila. end Agents nnd Correspondents in all
the Principal Citioe In tho World.
«  OtK.BAi.  HANKINQ   IIUSINEBS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS  BANK  DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Interest allowed at highest ourrent rate.
Revolstoke Branch. W. H. PRATT, Manager
Lumb
umDermen
li    ill pa)  *'* i to
make a fall at
P.   B.   WELLS,
(•Hi Buyer and Exporter
Our Doctors Ami-Septic Shoe is Proving a Winner
This last is filling a lon^ fell want and its waterproof qualities are standing the test.
We carry a full line of the famous Pene-
tang Shoe pack and all kinds of rubber footwear.
Once a customer always a customer. Satisfaction guaranteed.
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
iin"! nnd Shoe Repairers,
Siidiilui's
HurnesB Mukors
Old  i
Revelstoke, B. «
i "in
I   H'.rlilliit   '
1mi.1i.   i mike a
ip-rclaltj    nf    1.'
'i
iii.iiik.i*-, umieverytlilnft
i"liiniinr liii*.iiii*i|.
Dr. de Van's remnle Pill*
>   That*
■ '   |Iv |. ■ ■  •■  • In fri    ^Htiff ihf
nil rh«Ap ImiUtlona    Dr# a* ?»«•• art« IH al
Ihfti r i im    MnlH p ib) i l Ireti,
Iht lo«bf 11 Drot Lo„ St. lutharinti, Oot,
UNION   CIGARS
Inland Revenue Standard for Cigars is 22 lbs. per
1 .(XX). By statistics our Union contains 25 lbs. per
1 ,(XXJ. That proves quantity! What about quality ?    Ask the Smokers and Try One yourself.
UNION  CIO Ali   FACTORY
KETELSTOKE, B. C. SATURDAY,   MAY  llth,   1912.
thihu : :ail-herald, eevelsto'ku
SATURDAY,   MAV   Uth,   (til
r
i
m immimaaxaijsiaaaismwna
THE ONLY SHOE STOCK
IN TOWN WHICH CAN
SUPPLY THE NEEDS OF
THE WHOLE FAMILY
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. £. Jtume # Co.. limited
OUR SHOE MOTTO
Classy Shoes in newest designs
at a minimum cost for maximum wear.
OUR DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT
A BARGAIN LIST FOR THURSDAY AND FRIDAY
TOWELS
TOWELS— 30 do/en, a mixed lot
of white and colored Turkish
Towels, worth ,',,se and 40c. each.
On Thursday and Friday	
25c Each
WASH DRESSES
WASH DRESSES—10 Ladies'
Muslin and Gingham, slightly
soiled. There arc most si/es in
the lot and certainly some good
picking, at	
Half   Price
ODDS AND ENDS
A lot of odds and ends of Children's Dresses, Little Hoys'
Blouses, Pants, Shirtwaists, etc.
—all at each	
50C.
HALF   PRICE
A bunch of little girls and
Infants' Dresses at
HALF   PRICE
NEW PRINTS
New Old Countjy Prints and Calicos. The real old land stock,
the strong, durable, good washing kind. All new patterns and
colorings, full 32 inches wide, all
one price	
15c
COTTONS
From the common ,sc. cloths up to
the finest Mulls, MaJapolins,
Cambrics, Lawns,   Batiste,   etc.,
AFTERNOON AND HOUSE DRESSEH5 to $25
at.
I5c to 50c
Groceries and Crockery Department
I he style this season are conceded   to  be  .he  most interesting shown for several years     The
period which they represent being famous for  its many  effects  in   decoration.   Its  frills  and
and unique use of Laces, the Ribbon Buds and  Blossoms,   as  well   as   the  artificial   Powers
make for pretty dresses,      From	
$5.00 to 25.00
SEPARATE SKIRTS
With the Shirtwaist season
coming on, there is an advancing demand for separate skirts.
We, are experiencing this demand for Skirts all the way
from the modest Wash Skirt
to the elaborate fringe and
Braid trimmed Voiles, at	
$20.00
WASH CLOTHING
FOR   CHILDREN
Have their innings this week;
swell little Wash Suits for thc
boys, swell little dresses and
coats for the girls and all thc
other accessories. Rompers,
I'nderwear, Bibs, Aprons, etc.
WASH COATS
These swell new Summer
models are made up in linens
and crrshes. They are so beautifully tailored and ornamented
that they have all thc appearance of the best cloth and
tweed coats and are actually
more useful fer Summer wear,
$3.75 to $15.00
Comfortable Summer Underwear for Men
DUSTBANE
Housewives are heartily welcoming this sweeping compound in their daily labors. It lessens
the labor of sweeping one half, disinfects, and
has no unpleasant odor; abstracts the dust and
gets the dirt every time. Put up in 5 lb. cans
at	
45 Cents Per Ib.
OLIVES
SOUP
Have you tried any of our famous KNORR'S
PEA SOUP Stick for Soup one of the best
articles for soup on the market to-day. It furnishes, within a few minutes, an excellent Pea
Soup equal to home made. One stick makes
enough soup for six persons at the small cost
of 4 cents each.
25 Cents for One Stick
APPLE CIDER
Try a bottle of our Pure Apple Cider from the
LAND OF EVANGELINE. Wc guarantee
it to bc pure goods. A nice cooling drink for
the warm weather. Always sweet; always
clear	
Only 25c. Per Bottle
We have thc largest assortment of Olives we
have ever shown before. Stuffed Olives at
40c, 60c. and 75c. Plain Queen Olives at
40c, 45c, 60c. and 75c. per bottle, and Ripe
Olives in large cans at S5 cents each, all selected as to si/c, shape and color and preserved
so as to retain the luscious flavor c( the natural fruit.
lt is time you were thinking of the medium or
light weight Underwear. We can supply you with
exactly what you want in wool, cotton or lisle. Let
us show you before buying.
FANCY GROCERIES
We have just finished unloading a large car
of all the choicest and best groceries on the
market to-day, made up of Teas, Coffees,
Breakfast Cereals, Nuts, Soups, Mushrooms,
Jams and Jellies, Pickles and Sauces, Fancy
Cheese, Syrup and all the newest Groceries
that can bc had in all the first-class stores.
We are able now to fill orders for anything
and everything you want.
DINNER SETS
We arc offering some new Dinner Sets in the
latest designs and patterns at prices that will
make you take notice. See our new white
and gold stock pattern, from which you can
select any article from an egg cup to a soup
tureen. You can buy a full dinner set or any
number of pieces. We also carry two other
pretty stock patterns and our full dinner sets
will also please you.
cJMen's plain Balbriggan Underwear—An article
of exceptional value, in plain shade only, I'rice—
60c. or $100 per Suit.
tMcris Spring Needle Balbriggan—Like a piece
of elastic; fits the body closely and never shrinks or
loses shape.    I'rice, 75c. per garment.
Men's White Cotton—Short sleeves, coat pattern; short drawers; made from choice Nainsook
cotton-   Price—75c.
cTWen's White Balbriggan—Spring Needle knit
Made from pure Sea Island cotton. Price—$1.00
per garment.
Men's Mercerized Lisle Underwear Feels like
silk, wears like iron. Comes in white, blue and
flesh color.    I'rice—$1.50 per garment.
Pure Wool, Light Weight -Robin Hood brand,
unshrinkable.   Price $1.25 per garment.
Pure Wool, Natural Shade — Unshrinkable,
medium weight. Price, $1.50 per garment or $2.75
per Suit.
Mauchiffe's Pure Wool Light, Grey shade, very
light weight. Absolutely unshrinkable. Price,—
$1 50 per garment.
Hewson's Medium Weight—Rib, unshrinkable,
natural color.   Price, $1.75 or $3,25 per suit.
Indian Cashmere -Light Fawn color, feels like
silk, will not shrink- The best value ever offered
in this line. Price, $4 per garment or $7.50 per
suit.
Wool Combination Suit Wolsey brand, will
not shrink, wears better than any other. Medium
weight.    Price—$6.00.
Cotton Combination Suit-Short sleeves, knee
drawers, the most comfortable Summer Suit that
can be worn.    I'rice—$1.50 per suit.
Men's Shirts for Now
Our showing of Spring and Summer Shirts
is the largest ever shown in the citv and thc size
of our stock is more than balanced in exclusive*
ness of designs. We have thc sole agency for the
W. G. & R. goods in the city and wc will strongly recommend this line to our customers; big.
roomy shirts with long arms and standard size
collar bands. Thc patterns arc right up to thc
minute and we guarantee every shirt.
This season will be a stripe season in shirts,
not wide stripes, hut the fine hair lines. White
stripes on dark grounds and colored stripes on
white grounds. Shirts will follow the lines of
Men's Clothing in plain, simple designs.
I'he new French cuffs are extremely popular
and will bc worn in plain designs or solid colour.
Whites are especially good in this line.
W. G. & R. Shirts, all cloths
and patterns, from
$1.25 to $3.50 EACH
HOUSE FURNISHING DEPARTMENT
SPRING CURTAINS
Our full line of Spring Window Curtains have just
arrived and we are in a position to supply your every
wanl, whether it i.s iu Muslin, Madras, white or colors;
nett, white nr ecru, or lace. Wc can furnish these cither
by thc pair made up, or by the yard widths. These goods
are direct importations from the Old Country manufacturers, and thus wc arc enabled to t|uote you prices
which will discount anything you have hitherto l>ccn
offered.
Inlaid and Printed Linoleum
Fresh arrivals from Scotland; a complete line of
inlaid and printed goods in absolutely new patterns. You
can't afford to miss seeing these before buying. Wc
guarantee to cut these and lay them to your entire satisfaction.
TRY OUR NEW FLOOR SERVICE
SALE OF UNION RUGS
Wc arc putting on sale to-day, (Wednesday), our
full line of Union Rugs and Tapestries. These were
extra good values at thc Regular Price: now you can't
afford to pass them up. Right near the Millinery Department; after you have seen the Hats, take a look at
lhc Rugs. BATtJRDAY,    MAV   lltli,  1912
TT-£J£   nVf^IL-I-IIEIR.A.T-.TX   REVELSTOKE
— " \
SATURDAY,    MAY llth,   1012.
BARGAIN SALE PRICES
Ladies' Spring Mantles
These are this year's importation,
(>nly lh c left. Regular $iS Sale
Price $S.50.  Reg, $20.00; Sale I'rice
$ 12 50.
Ladies' Spring Costumes
Reg. $2".    Sale Prii e, .V 1.50.   Re
....       Sale Price, $16,
Children's Wash Dresses
■  ic., $1, and $i.-5'
Snt 1 i.ii v.ihu'
Ladies' Wash Dresses
New American goods,    l'rices  from
p ' so, $ 1 and 1 00 each, just to hand
by express.
Gingham
See Our Table al 10c, per yan
value at much more.
Hosiery tor Ladies
Ladies'  Black,  Fast  Dye,
Cotton Hose, 15c. per pair.
High schuol Examlnationa      taey Harvey Entertainers
Results nf examinations hold In thfl Wlrcn m nay thai  the Kenno;  liar
Rovolstu m  high    chool,  hotwo nFeb. vey   ISntertalnors aro coining, we f,ol
i.m I, „,„i Mai  1st.   Tho     market     In liai   thoro'a  "mil soil,"   lor  who    In
•■•„■:,   uujoct  an   tho avofag  nov '"•• WpBt h"s ""'■ lftU**h«1 »' ,hrn""
,',.,! examinations In ouou -subject. "'"1  duets ami Bongs   thoroughly ap-
ii,i,,»   forty  porotml   Ib n  failure In predated     thc    character Bketcbos-
, , ,U|1.I.(.| and  boon  delightfully  entertained   by
OlaaB A.-Examined In PhyBlcs, Al- the wlttlolBlsma and     Impersonations
ftetira,       Literature,      Composition, us presented hy the heads ol Mim .•..in
French,   Latin Grammar,   Latin   Ml- pany ?   This year limy aro    stronger
(. and   bettor  than  over,  lor they  havo
Kreil  Fraser—76   111, 58, "'), ", S8. 'IS nsslstlng ml ist m Prank Olegg, In
REID & YOUNG
COMING EVENTS
The Kenny,   Hai vey   Enter •
'..'■- •  .tie.
'    Tl e tit    t Nat lonal  Stock
ont   week.
Juno 3rd—Tom Marks. Company,   lot
■ •ne week,  Empress theatre.
October 7—Managing     Mildred Opera
Co.,  Empress theatre.
SEEDING   TUMIE
\g tlu* imi'* hitsarrivetl when yon uiusl 'I" rom needing;, ...* wish
t" ilr,i« youi ittentiun to the fni't ili.tt out st etls ari' nil fresh atnl
uev stuck nol nnv old ones lefl lo shift off. "nr union s.t* are
the best, eitlui llie Dutch-Sel or lhe Multipliers.
FLOUR AND FEED We have iusl unloaded cne car "I Puritj
l-'lour, Oue t ir of Xo I Tiuioth> Hay, Due Cai I'ced, including t)ttts, whole oi crushed, Wheat, Bnrley, Corn, Bran, Shorts
nud Chops. If you require any of thest let us iptott you prices
We t'.,u Save You Money.
THE CITY IN BRIEF
.*     Ham
On  Tu.-'la-i.
F,  E.   Slue  and   wife  pa tl  Chase ;i
■  -1 ,.* tore pai t ol this week
\v.  Fleming  «.ih a    pasaengei     on
T •-*■ *-,      earlj   ex]   Ioi   Chase
The report ol the city council meel
irtll  appeal   In our next  We lm -
day's   -  ..
IfememUT tL..- Ladle ' Auxiliary to
B. ot 1.. E. Dance .ti opera bouse un
•May  -1st.
K.   Smith  went   **ut   to Tali     nud
Three   Valley   the  lore  part   ol    'Ins
rtock.
A laugb In ii. Btart  to Bnlsh at tbt
■ t.i.ti, i .   Wednes
day night, May ISth.
: i ,i v,■>■   Entt some
I  . ■  tht   Empress  theatre,
•    Ineeday,   Ma;  lf'tti.
J. K. McLean il 1 * - * Wai
Jen, left Ioi   Arrowhead and southern
- last Tuesday  mon
Tht   S'atii nal  Stock l 'ompany  have
latei '■ om wet'. ol
.  ■     ' -   24th
J.   -
Irom   Tt.r *
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MacKenzie Avenue
You Who Are Constantly Travelling
What Protection Have Vou in Cn-sc of ACCIDENT Hy Sen or Land ?
Drop lu and we will   explain  our  Improved Gold   Bond
Accident Policy, double liability, onlj costing SUOs year,
IS ' u in. and $11 ubh  liability. paylug H5.UO
weeklj indent nil;.
KOOTENAY  AGZNCIES LIMITED
Prank   McCarty   pro| the'    W,  *i   Qoepel,  government  nu.litot
Palace Livery, made a Hying trip to I   icen making an official trip
Chase Tuesday  last through the     province.   Mr. Qoepel
Mr. Tapping, one ol tbt   propriol    '',:""  '' """'""'•'' °' twenty  years   ...
, . ,          Sel on, «ill i iin. •.. inentlj    to
ors of   the W indsoi   hotel,
ntn:  Itevelstoke visitors t"  Kamloops
thin  «r*k
\ rtiiritt
  Mr. til.'
,,  , ty on Tue  lay.     trom     -..
tli, re » ll  be n Bpecial  mt
.,     ,*       ii  .1  „    Mane, to     «
the Ci ckcl  i ni" .'*  the '   'i   Hal
stimn *     ol
Avorugo 71.
Vale T'liuliiiM'ii 77, 78, 117, 7G, 02,
118, i.i".   Average 71.
Mny Pield— 64, 71, 7"i, Tn, 70, 011,7*4.
Average "o.
Allred Tapping 73, 73, 54, 73, 02,
Nl, 73.    A vera i-n 67.
Dougliia McOtitter—03, 51, 71, 51),
04,  nl, 84.   Average 65.
Harold Gordon -03, 32, oa, 71, 66,
68, Ti;.   Average 64,
Donald OaMei rs, 51 . 64, 69, 53,
38, 02.   Average 50.
Leon Oourstor 74, 63, *'";* 68, 44,
38, i'i.   Average 58,
Irene Procunier 80, Is. 50, 54, 53,
15,  in.   Average 57.
Oladys Urquhart 63, 52, 70, 61, 88,
3S, i.i.   Averago 55,
t'la-s B.—Bxaminotl on Physics, G«
omotry, OompoBttlon, Grammar, Lit
eraturo, French, Latin Grammar and
Latin  Authors:
Below 34 is n [allure:
Kl.ily  Moran—09,99, Tr-.  sr*.  83,  79,88,
sr..   Average s:i.
Kate Simmonds 60, 9S, 77, 92, 75,
sii, 83, sn.   Average 82.
Edna Corson 70, 97, 67, 69, 69,6ti,
71, 90.    Vverage 70.
Sheila Dickey—01, 94, 83, 73, 58,62,
Till,  7'.'.    Average 71.
Laura Johnson -52, 96, 58, 59, 4S,
70, r.8. 7^.   Average 04.
Kathleen Blbbald r.-s. i.l. 71, 56,71,
7". Average 51. Absent Literature
and French.
Charles McRne 68, 94, 46, 47, 84,
L'S.  12,   12.   Average 40.
Class C—Examined in Arithmetic,
Algebra, Geometry, Latin, Composition, Literature, French! Below :i*i
i:   ii  fniliire:
Lucy Brock- 65, 100, 89, 84, 04, 61,
ss    Average 79.
Henry Johnson -68, 84, 68, 70, i'2.
i.l. ti.    -Vvergge 78.
Charles Field- 69, 63, 58, 76, 54,64,
v".    Vverage 66.
Bertha Daniels—62, 60, 42, 76, 76,
Sl,  76.   Average 64,
Arnold   MeCarter—71,  7n,  60,  67,65,
14, 7::.   Average 64,
Kathleen  Munro—55,  100,  48, 66,49,
■i     Vverage 61.
Florence Lawrence 19, 72, 40, 66,
,3, 60, 77.   Average 59.
Grace McPherson—89, 71, 44, 54,79,
56,  it.   Average 58
Eric Robl In 76, 89, 22, 56. 55
12    *   .   Averagt   58
l.vl.i Steed 58, 64 13, 86, 79, ."i2
67     Average   56,
.1* t   Mell tyt *l   -' .  66, 62
i"   ■ •     \v. rage 51
Margaret   Lawler- 13, 37,   17, 38, 5
Vverage  17.
I,  20    II     15, 43,35
62.   Average   li
,*;iiiiiii uitxllBt iInto willi the Toronto
Symphony OrcbeBtra) and Miss Ada
Davis, .i charming soprano with a
glorious voice. Thoy will pt'oBont an
ontlroly new program and il you like
n laugh 44 ymi enjoj good nuistc
ii you want to Iw delightfully enter
tain.*.I, don'l miss this talented com
pany.
Brandon — "Hntortainers seldom Boon
i.uIsi.Im ..[ tbo largo ell les, Oharactor
Bongs .-m'l mako-upB ontlroly diflerent
i'r.nu anything ever Been In West."
Toronto Globe—"Kenney & Harvey
Blled tho Pavilion and mado a docld
.-.I hit."
Montreal Gaxolte—"Evoked tho
greatest onthustasm. Mado n decided
hit."
ISmpress  theatre,   ni a   nighl   i u *
Wednesday,  May  15th.
it.-v. !•;. .1. Cbavo leaves on n short
vacation to Victoria, B.l'.. tho bo -
ginning of noxl week. Dttflng lilsab-
si-ii. !■ i he pulpil ol i ho Papblsl church
will I.m supplied ns follows:- Mny 19,
a.m., Mr. Helgn Johnson oi Brandon
college; p.m., Mr. Af Thomson, Secretary of V.M.C.A.. May 20, a. in.,
Mr. Percy F. Giflord, Physical Direo
tor ol V.M.C.A.; p, in., tin* Young
Men's llilile Class of the church,
in the event ol the Rev. Mr. R.J,
Mclntyro attending dlrtricl meeting
an.l conference, hia place in tho Me
tho.list cburell wilt Ini BUppllod ns
follows -tin Sunday, May 12th, Mr,
T, Pngdln will preach in tha morn
Ing.' In tho evening Mr. Percy lr.
Giflord will preach, subject lor the
evening, "Running from God, but too
honest to Btoal a ride." A, cordial
welcome to these services.
BtftfC
Do uot waste your energy and raok your nerves "shooing"' nwny
BUY   SCREENS
l'li. n ymi will enjoy u quiet snouisb, knowing you will nol l>°
posted witli tln.se horrid tnosqultnes,
\\ I* enn mi|>|ily you with screens in nny size from '21 incliee in B0,
nnd prices from 2Uc per yurd up,
Extension Window   Siieens lioin '2itc. up.
Borceti Doors, uny size, from $l.7."i to$2.76.
tint* ll.iiiiiiiu'lis ine llie neiilesl and nuts! comfortable and will
wear Ihe longest,   Pi Icon from $2 iki up,
.lust arrived tishipmenl of "York" uul "Lawn Queen" hi^li wheel
ball lieating Lawn Mowers from $8.50 up,
New coi'l'llgntrd Iiobpguaranteed not to kink nud will Bland sleinii
pressure, also plain rubber Iiosh.
Do not forget wo carry a oomplute line of Qnrdenlug Tools and
Watering Onus,
MR. OARPUNTKR, when you wtnl Urst-olasB tools, reineiubor,
" we .ue the people."
PAINTS OILS AMI til,ASS.
Revelstoke Hardware Co., Ltd.
Howson Block
Monday     eveu.iiL- next
\H cricket is are iuviti
\ meeting ie ca  t
\  M.C.A
i . to it
range  a preliminary   sel •
Phyaica    U
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Get Tour Flower
Garden in Shaps
WV grow tin1 finest bedding*
out plants that can be grown,
2"> dill'prpnt: varieties of AS-
TERS. Write for uur complete
price list nf ROSES, SHRUBS,
PFONIES, DAHLIAS, etc. All
plants now ready.
FRACHF BROS.,
Flerists, Columbia, B.C.
EMPRESS THEATRE
MOST UP-TO-DATE THEATRE IN THE INTERIOR OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA
May 15 th  1912
Kenny-Harvey
Entertainers
flew Songs, New Duetts, New Sketches,
New Costumes, -Veu; Everything     __\
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in     Ideal
I port •
fl eekers.
01 BUYING 11 REVELSTOKE PROPERTY
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Real Estate is most reasonable just now in Revelstoke and for the shrewd
investor there is no time like the present to secure a home, a few residential
hits or a few acres for market gardening, as the railaoad development promised during the coining year will insure a very  large  increase in  property
values.
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Snaps in Books.
.N.
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Tbe  Pit.
■   '   topun.
!..-e I >  Row     I *
■ n Wooing
ll.'11-.i* "I   l.' ■   ■   milieu.
No,   •   b hfl  "~tr<et.
I  lli-tit/.ni
■lid ri ..in olj.i i uell ki. hi, lai i ■
25c. Each
Rexall Specials
25C
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25C.  ANO  3f;C    EACH
IIX.M.I.  I.i'. I I
Ioi Klu i.n. tl
50C AND SI OO
i'l \AI.I.   ROSI     ' i '* I i i I -i
Boap   I.>")■■ ii .it i "innl mki
3 FOR 60C
bews THE REXALL STOKE bews
Smart Clothing for Eastertide
NEW  EASTER  DERBV   ANt>    S.OFT    HATS
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9PRING SUITS   AND OVERCOATS    '
in,*, i in.'. ■" havi    in   dci ol .*:**■
in e to t ii*"' ■ '"'in
$1200 TERMS
$2650
$1800
$3000
..$1100
$1200
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Fit-Reform Clothing Slrtsori  Hats Foot-Ritr SW.i
House on 25 Foot Lot, Third Street. West	
House on 50 Foot Lot, Third Street, East
House on 25 Foot Lot, Second Street, West
House on 50 Foot Corner facing Rjecreation Park
Filty Feel tm McKenzie Avenue, close in
Fifty Feet Corner McKenzie c>4ve    a Snap at       	
Small Market Gardening Plots or close in Fruit or Farm Lands at Special Prices
AN   EXTRA   GOOD  BUY
WE HAVE A FEW LOTS LEFT IN
MOOSE JAW, SASKATCHEWAN
Inside lhc mile and a hall circlet only lour blocks Irom ctr line, which
are ovei $ ,.> pei lol under markcl value ;is we cun show vou by com-
pari in ol prices in the Moose Jaw papers, but as wc have only a few
left*, we will close them out at the old price*) which ib a positive snap at
$175 EACH
Ono Quarter Down.   Balance Over 18 Months
J. B. WATSON REALTY COMPANY
Local Agency, Home Loan and Contract Co.
E. G FOLEY, Manager, MacKenzie Avenuo
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