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Do you want to win the Grand Vrixe Player Tiano Now on Exhibition at the *Re-VeUtoKe Mu*lc Store ?
<4Erapipe"Ty|jewpit8P
For ease of operation and
perfection in results it iB
unsurpassed.    I'rice $60",
Interior Publismng Co., Agts.!
Mail-Herald
Vol. 18-No.
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REVELSTOKE. B. C. MAY 25, 1912
$2.50 PeifYeV
..SELt'NG OUT..
Just One  Week
Bargain in China,
Goods.
IVK
to Get a
All High Class
NOTE  PRICES:
Each   Sale Price
Wedgewood Cups and Saucers  $1.50   "         75c
GREAT PRIZE VOTING CONTEST IS NOW OPEN
Crown Derby
Foley
Aynsley	
Aynsley .
Royal Doulton Jugs
2.50
4 00
5.00
6.00
2.50
2.50
3.50
$1.50
250
3.00
3.75
1.35
1.50
2.00
Wedgewood and Royal Doulton Plates
$12 Doz per doz 7.50
$1.25 each   75c each
$1.50   "    75c    "
.$2.00   "    90c   "
%2 and $1.50 75o
Creams and Sugars, Small Vases, Trinket Boxes,
great variety—25c Each.   Now 2 for 25c.
It is impossible to enumerate what we have to offer.
Just follow the crowd—the plums are being Picked up
readily.   EVERYTHING GOES.
LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO.
PLUMBING
LIMITED
STEAM FITTING
TINSMITHING
Many Representative Ladies and Gentlemen of Revelstoke and District Compete for Splendid
Prizes-List of Nominations.
Beginning today an army ol popular nml ambitious pooplo will Hiart
to work in tin' Mail lli'iiilil'H gnat
prtM   Voting   ri.nti'Ht.   Tlii'y   will   col-
ii'ii puHi iin,' mul renew subscriptions
ninl secure new subscriptions, and
thoy wlll no rlohlj rewarded tor the
hIx weeks during whioh thoy will bo
rspressntlng one of the beet newspa
pors of the Interior oi Hiitish Colum
Inn.   There   will   ho   no  timid   ciinili -
MIhh   Kthcl   Morion    IINKI
Mian Joan  Hyutt  1000
MIhh Mvn liny  HMK)
Mr. Leonard Howion  looti
MIhh   Miir^uot'lto   Youiik    1000
Ulii Bertha &v|ns  1000
Mrs.   Nick   Domor   1000
Mihh Annie  I'lilraor   MOtl
MIhh Olga  Itotniin    1001)
J Miss   HteHii   1,hilly    1000
MIhh M. Ilrown  1WHI
MIhh Ollvo   Hell    MMM)
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Imperial Bank of Canada
Hoad Otflo*-Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Subscribed -         6,000,000.00
Capital Paid Up -      -     6,000,00u.00
Reserve               - •                6,000,000.00
Total Assets,       - -             $72,000,000.00
Branches «r A«enU at all principal points in,Can«da.
Agents in Great Britain and United States—London, Kngland,
Lloyds Bank, Limited. Chicago- Firm National Bank, Oornhx-
ehanav National Bank, Seattle—Seattle National Bank, San Francisco-\Volla I'.irgo Nevada National Bank. Spokane-Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bunk Department
Deposits of $1 an.l upward, received, and interest allowed at
current rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Reveletoke Branoh-A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
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Ladies' and Children's
Wash Dresses
White and Colored
.Mrs. A, G, Crick, * First Street
TIREC
THEN A CUP OF
"BELL BLEND TEA"
will refresh you with iltt   hriglit,   spicy
flnvor and Imnrancy.    Sold  Irt   1  lb.
lend packages.
Price
, 35c, 40c. and 50c. per Ib.
G.
W. BELL
P. O. BOX 208            QROCER & BAKER            Phone No. 33
PIANOS-PLAYER PIANOS
Sheet Music and uli kinds of
Small tTWusical Goods
Call and Inspect
Store, McKenzie Ave
dates  in   the      Mnil-Heriilil     contest.
Those who engage In thc competition
will iiii su knowing that tbey are to
be rewarded according to the work
performed.   They  realise that in     a
Short IKTiiid  nf  six  weeks, soni,*  Mnn
tettant will reoelve a twin player-
piano, or will accept an option of
two other equally valuable prises.
The capital peine will ho the goal to
wards which the i*:iii.Ii,lutes will direct their cllorts, hut there are nine
other prises to ho awarded nnd they
nre nil worth more thnn the eflori
required  to win them.
Bach contestant will outer the HeUl
resolved to win if confident* nnd hurd
work will bring victory. Tho fact
tbat Hume have started tO work already is ample evidence that all tiie j
candidates have confidonoa In the Just,
purpose of the Mail-Herald, Thoy nro;
glad of an opportunity to share In,
the $isnii prise distribution, BJaohl
ono realising that the man who sub ,
scribes to the   Mall-Herald     at  any'
time always cots value for his money
Thc sure  way not to  win one     of
these  splendid   prizes  otloeed  hy    thc
Mutl-Hernld,   is not to enter the con-1
test,   but   if   you  have  ambition,      ifi
you huve tho connive to make a do-1
cision   for  yourself  and   stick  to    it, I
in spite of  the  had council  of those t
whom you mistnke for your friends—
If you nre wise onouph to Ignore tbc
unecrs of  thc envious and An-slo Sax
ou enough  ;o fight your own way to
victory, then you will long remember
today  us   thc   turning  point  in   your
existance.
Will you recall May 25th ns the
day you oponed the door in response
to tho knock of opportunity, and <le
cided to win u great prize; or will
you ensure yonr defeat in advance by
locking the door and sitting down to
wait?
Whatever   your  station   in   life,   thc
Mail-Herald  contest is rich with promise to you.   Clnim  the  promlSI  to-
duy.   Ue  one  of  thc  many  who  will
engage  in the friendly rivalry,     Thc i
more candidates there nre  in  a contest,  thc  more  widely  will the  votes I
of tho      public  be  d.striliutcd.      The
wider  the   distribution   of   votes,
easier it will be for you to win.
THK   CONTEST  SYSTEM.
Tbc Mull-Herald has adopted
rontest system employed on all
Urge newspapers in Canada nnd
I'nited Stutes. Each subscription
payment i« made un individttnl trans
action. A subscription record will lie
issued for each subscriber showing
the name and address und amount
paid, the name of the candidate voted for, the numher of votes und thc
name of the person issuing thc cer-
riflcnte. These records are numbered
and issued in duplicute, thc candidate or subscriber receiving thc original, while the duplicate is made a
part of the records to be checked by
the judges at the close of the con'-
test. Thesy-tcm is the best protection fur tbe candidates that Ingenuity can  devise
LIST OF NOMINATION'S,
The list ol Dominations rcceivi-d iu
the Mail Herald's great contest Is
published today for the flrst time. In
glancing over tbe list you mny find
thnt your name is not there. If this
is tbe case dn not delay nny longer
hut clip out thc nomination blank
and send it to the contest office. You
will be supplied with nil Information
and necessary blanks immediately.
CANDIDATES.
Miss  Elsie   Hooley    1000
MiBs Blnncho McCarty  1000
Miss  Myrtle  Cuthels   100*0
Miss Krnncis Lawson  1000
Sliss  Margnt ti   l.nwler   1000
Mrs.  Alec   Dewar   1000
Miss  May    Matin,ng    1000
Miss Cyndrene Matz  1000
Miss   KM.'    V'i.iliamsiin    1000
Mrs   il   Bruce  1000
Miss   Mnlle   Henderson    1000
Miss Lydia Bteed  1000
"ii i" Hny  1000
,     ■      o '.iieti    1000
Miss   B,   Cook       1000
Miss Irene I'.'ver         1000
Miss   B.   Illckey    1000
JMIss  Mnble   Mclennan    1000
Imibs Mny Burns  1000
Mis.  Ktbcl  III"* kberg    1000
Mrs, .1. Oaahato  lOtw
Miss
Miss
Mrs.
! Mrs.
Mrs,
Lilly  Harper  „
Maud   Hyatt   ...
W.   II.   Ki'i'i'iiii
M.   Mo:uveii   ...,
J,   I'tirvls  	
0.  Holten 	
..10t 10
..10110
Footo, (lot. li, Broke 28, Total 'a.
Urown,  Hot 7,   Broke   IB,  Total ii,.
RBVHLBTOKE llAKUWAliK 00.
Sturdy, Cot. 0,  Broke 21, Total 21:
Barber, Uot 2, Broke 18, Total '2D.
McDonell, Got 2, Bioko 22, Total 24.
Foote, Uot 1.  Broke 20, Tutal 21.
Brown,  Uot 4,   Broke 21,  Total 20.
Barber  wins  tho     Luwroiit'e  Hurd
ware  trophy;   Drown   wins   Uevelstoke
Hardware Trophy;   Hturdy   wins  both
the  Barber nud  Hotel  Itevelstnke  tin
phli'H In the shoot nil, miss and out.
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Uli You Tom Marts
Tonight      the Turn Marks Company
will close  their week's engagement,
witlithc presentation of the rip roar
ing eomi'ily "A Kool nnd I Mil Money"
Mr. Marks mndo an oiler during the
week,  that  he   would   glvo  $50 to the
.looti j couple who would get married on
,1000'the stuge, Immediately after thc rog-
.111*0 ulnr performance and from rumors,
.100*0 I hoard     on     the Btroet,   the oiler has
i Mrs.
Mrs.   II.  TrUMttan    I00o! been aceeptM.   There Inm been a good
Miss Cora Leo  1000  deal  of  discussion among  the. publio,
Mr. P.F, Giflord  1000  ministers  and   poliec   regarding  stage
Mrs.  J.T.  Wadman  1000 ami othor novelty weddings nre Uleg
Mrs. It.  McDonald  1000* ul, but the  public in genernl can rest
Mr.  K.  (!.   Woodland    10110   ussurcd  thnt a wedding on  the stage
Miss   Klni'iiiee  Lawrence    1000
Mr, Hobt. Lawrence  1000
I Mr.   Wm,   Tapping    1000
Miss  Ethel  Mclntyre   1000
I Mrs.   Kred   Cornier    1000
I Mrs.   J.   Knox    1000
Mrs.   1*0.   Hturdy   1000
[Mrs.   H.   Needham   HIOl
'Mrs.  R.  DnvlB   1000
!Mlss   Blnncho   Davis    1000
Miss Crowi  1000
I Miss  K.   .lollifle   1000
I Mrs.   U.   H.   Brook    1000
I Mrs, E.  Allum  1000
Miss Bella Laughton   1000
Mit-B   Almn   Burgrtt    1000
Miss Mnble Still  1000
Mrs. H. N. Coursler  looo
Mr.   .luck   1'robyn   1000
Mrs. Bishop  1000
OUTSIDE   OF   RBVBLBTOKB.
Miss Mary Baynes,   Malakwa  ltKK)
Miss .leanettit Kennedy, MnlnkwalOOO
Mrs. Otto Johnson, Mulukwu ...1000
Miss   Mary   Bullmer,   Malakwa   ...1000
Mrs.   Alderton.   Malakwa    1000
Mrs.   Kyle,    Craigellachie    1000
Mib.   Hwerdfager,   Golden    1000
Mr.  Wm.   Morris,   Rogers  Uasa  ...1000
Miss   N.   Williams,    Golden    1001)
Mr.   .1.   Sneddon,   Nukusp       1000
Mrs.  Stewart,  lllecillewaet   looo
Mrs.  Kennedy,   lllecillewaet   1000
W. N. Ward, Taft loot)
H.N. rhilllps, Three  Vulley  1000
W.J.   Lightburne,   Arrowhead    UlOu
H.   Cousins,   Ht.   Leon    1CO0
Ohas.  C-rlson    All^rt   Canyon   ...l"0fl
L.   Vi.   Smythe,  Taft    1000
Mrs.   L.H.   Congrevcs.   Sicamous  1000
iB  Just ns  legal  ns  a  wedding     any
other place, and any Interference will
bo  illegality.
During the week Mr. Marks and hifl
compauy have presented Bomo vory
tine comedies, whieh have pleased everyone on evory Occasion, The company is woll balanced and the vaudeville offerings between the acts are
worth the price of admission alone.
We nre corry to see the company'!
engagement drawing to a clime, but
we hope to see them luiek in Bevel -
stoke nt some future time, nnd Mr.
Murks can always he assured, that
ho nnd his compnny will always receive a henrty reception whenever
they pny this town a  visit.
the
tho
the
tho
Victoria Day Sports Results
Cricket at Kamloops liclwoen Rovolstoke and Kamloops teams—Revelatoke 140;  Kamloops 70.
Baseball match at Bnderby— Enderby 13; Revelstoke 6.
Lacrosse miitrh at Westminster, between Vancouver and Now Westminster—Westminster  I,;  Vnncouver 5.
Baseball mutch nt Revelstoke, l>«-
Iwecn Kamloops and Revelstoke—Ilev
elstoke   t;   Knmloopfl   4.
Some of the local fishermen won
second prise at ths Sicamous fishing
competition yesterday  nt the regatta
L. H. Congreves with his new raring craft thc "Sicamous Waif" Won
tho chumplanabip of the Bbuswap
lnkcfl ut thc regatta yesterdny. This
boat Is one of the swiftest In B.C.,
nnd we congratulate Mr. Congreves
on hifl success.
Tom Murks made a great bit and
w home,
July 1st Celebration
At n meeting of the Events Com
mittee, which wus held ln the Y.M
CA. laBt evening, the following events wore outlined us a suggestivo
list, i.ul'ji'i't to change ut a little
later date. All you runners and jumpers get busy. The following is tho
list,  subject to change:
Shot put, senior; IM yds., junior;
100 yds., senior; 100 yds., junior filial; 10O yds., senior litnil. high jump,
junior; high jump, senior; 220 yds..
Junior; 220 yds , s.nior; :t mile handi
eap, senior; pole vault, senior; 440
relny, (our nun team, senior; It.li.
junior;  III),  jump, senior.
A hoy is n junior until ho tins
reached his 18th birthday. Besides
the above events there will nlso he
games with outside lennis, so that
the sport loving public nre nssured
of n gootl full day of sport.
Clergyman Arrested
Toronto, Muy 23—Thc visit of ii
deputation of clergymen to the l'o -
lice Commissioners today to urge tho
prohibition of children attending the-
atres, liud un iriicxpvolwtl outcome.
The contents of a circular issued hy
the Toronto l'urlty Vigilance Asso -
elation Impressed the commissioners
•is unfit for circulation and Rev. R.
B, Ht. Clair of the Vigilance Asso -
ciiition. nnd u mcmlior of the deputa
tion, was arfeated charged with distributing indecent literature. Further ai i ents may follow.
Mis   M. Oallican i ..,
Mi-sB  Catherine  Fraser
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,.1000
Gun Club Shoot
A fnir uttondance greeted the shoot
ers at thc holiday shoot of tho Gun
Club, a light wind wan blowing and
the light was Uncertain, wnieh made
thc flcores In the early pnrt of the
shoot low. W, A. Sturdy, ,1. C.
Barber and Uilly Brown carried ofl
the silverware. The events were all
shot on tbe Dupont Handicap Bystem of 2d targets each.
LAWRENCE  HARDWARE TROPHY.
Sturdy,  Got   I,   Broke lift,  Total  22.
Barber,  Got  B, Broke 20, Total 23.
McDonell,  Got tl.   Broke   11,  Total   11
Lawrence,  Oot 8,   Broke   11,  Totnl  21
Fpote, Got C,  Broke 16, Totnl  21.
HOTEL UKVKLSTOKK TROPHY.
Sturdy, Got .',. Broke 2D, Total 2-..
Barber, Got :|, Broke I'.I, Total 22.
McDonell,  Got X,   Broke  19,  Total   ZU
MeCarter, Got. 8, Broke i", Total lit
Lawrenoe,  Got I,  Broke  IB, Totul 23
Foote, Got  8,  Broke  17, Totnl lit.
Brown,  (lot   S,  Broke  IB,  Total 24
3,   G.   BARBER  TROPHY,
Hturdy, Got 3,  Broke 24, Totnl M,
Barber, Got 4, Broke 21, Total 2a,
McDoucIl, Oot 4, Broke 21, Total 25.
IF YOU WANT
Garden Tools      Rubber Hose        Lawn Mowers
Carpenter's Tools,   Wire Fencing and Gates .
Bioyoles or Repairs    Stoves    Paints
Fishing Tackle     Sporting Coods
Cuns, etc, we can supply you
BOURNE BROS,
ts.
Grocers
Hardware
Plumbing
n
FOR FOUR DAYS
Lower Prices on   Relishes
Walnut Pickles (larpe bottles)         25c
Sweet Pickles "V. C." brand 35c
Punch Sauce, real high class bottle 25c
Chutney   sweet slice Mango, bottle     40c
Good High Class Groceries for Victoria Day
JOHN   MCINTYRE   &   SON
The Store of New Goods
Freight Question
Ottawa, May 21—Some Important
npi'llcntlonH will come up at tomorrow's Hitting of tlle railwuy commia-
I rtioti to lie held here. Among them Ih
the application ol the Montrcnl chum
Iter ol commeri-c for nn order requiring ruilway companies to ■UbitttOtc
freight tnt'lUK t"i the carriage of lum
licr nnd tirewood IibhiM on meiiHiirc -
ni.iit for those lin*-«d on weight nn
at present in force. Thl* II gruntod,
would Involr n radical change in
niton for the carriage ol liimhcr and
I* expected to met determined oppo
Hltlon from the railway!. Thr Canadian Northern, Ottawa nnd New York
WnbnHh und Cninil Trunk Pacific mil
wuy rompntilrn hnve recently filed
new rcgulntion- in regard to the enr-
agt of    baggage   of    excess size.
TIioho   were   to   lieeonie  effective      on
July 1, bat iiy order of the liourd
hnve heen suspended until the pnrt-
icm iltected cun be heard nnd the firnt
bearing  will  tnke plaoe  tomorrow.
A   COtnplainl      will      nlso  be heard
from the vurloim univprHlilc- thut the
rallwaye propose nimiinhing the one
way fnre nt which they hnve h ther-
to curried  student!.
The  we tern  freight   rnt.-'H case  and
others will also be beard.    The re*
henring of the Uegitin rate case in
alio on the lint und ae counsel for
the railways will be Blind to state
when they will lie aide to go nhend
with the genernl Inquiry Into freight
rate».
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
To Get the Best Results
From Your Garden
USE
SWIFT'S
FERTILIZER
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
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ADVANCE STYLES IN SPRING HATS
The new hats we are showing are all in the
latest styles. They are American Shapes
and Shades, something new and different, aa
it were, in mixtures and finished felts. They
are decidedly dressy and natty.
We are agents for thc famous Hawes Von
Gal and Stetson Hats, also the Buckley Hat
which   has   a guarantee   for three  months.
McRae Mercantile Co.
£ THE STYLES SHOP E0R MEN AND BOYS
aooooo-oooo<
Prize Eggs for
Early Hatching
IUU   IALK
LG. Woodland
f. P. McLean
SS2
Best Strain of Brown Leghorns, single and Rose Comb,
and Partridge Wyandotte
Eggs.
P. O.  BOX   181 SATIHI'W.   MAV  Wth,   1914.
TIKE IIVCATL-IIIEIR^LIO,   RBVELSTOKH
HATl.'IlIlAY,   MAV  Kith,   1812,
(T
Are You Insured Against
Accidents and Illness
c^
IF
NOT.   WHY   NOT—H is your duty both  to yourselves anil your dependents,
Call and see us.    We shall be pleased to point out the benefits tn be derived from these policies.
Special double indemnity clause quarantine indemnity clause
and all illnesses insured against.
London and Lancashire Accident Co.
Railway Passengers Assurance Co.
Ocean Accident Corporation.
ALL REPKESENTKD BY
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
\
REVELSTOKE
AND PANAMA
Tin'
(Contributed.)
Ooafft  ih not alone in iih pre
m lining made, forolng It, not reluo-
tuntiy, iih ii will over I"' Canada's
leading ruilwuy system, to take stops
to again be ahoud ur it- iln oa ami
oorapofllMon, Tliroujrli those mourn-
talis i>»hi, nf Revolstoke, ii has grades lioyond the maximum, and luoon-
slstent willi tin' ("onuiiiii* haulago ol
parablons tm- Panama, the port Is'jrelght, while its competitors wero
only the place of shipment or trans- building branoboB to feed a slnglo
shipment tor the cargoes In and out "m'k lj|"'' " wua establishing a h.vh
ni it.  To make tbe port a huccohh,
1 inii'ii line
jii'in ui Its own lor wostward haulage
, tbat muki'H the others almost feeders
tonnage (or shipment must 'n ve- t(l m
§ LOOK! LOOK! LOOK! AND READ §
,t, Actual comparison of Eastern Catalogue Prices, Freight added, with ji
$ Bio"Vvrso3srjs ipirxqies $
j
Gbc flDaU-lbcvalb
POBMBHID   W KUNKHIUY   AND
MTOBDA1  AT
REVEL8TOKS. B.   C.
Sntetlor publtebing Company.
Limited
j. k. JOHNSON, Manager.
RALPH 0.  SOROTON,  Kditor.
BATURDAY, MAY Utb, 1912.
a stumbling blook to ai > city, Rev"
olstokc ih in tlm uiiiinpp. position ol
possessing a super abundance of .inch
ii nti no effort should be a, red I i en
sure Unit KiiieRniitH now b ng laiii or
contemplated, will lie of tbat quality
wiiuii will constitute ihem mi asset
Instead ot being a disgrace to the
ol t \ ■
lu these days ol mergers and rumors of mergers, when oil established
Uukt ore  being gobbled  up  by    tbo
t'auttUinu Muiie, 'Hunt, it is pleasant
tu hav*. ttie opportunity, afford a uy
u ptii utial ol tue ualauce tbc^t of the
linpei.ul U.iUii tu lwuJ this week, iu
dibcuas the ull.olo oi oue ul lhe lend
lug LuiiU'imu nuau oil ,ii i'i. .ir.in,-.-,
H'Uicu    i   :.{ .*.-.   tu   i'.i l uc   lib    UiVU
lunoe,  whu Increasing prottc  iu tne
nhai\Loi>ji i: anu suiikiacuon to tueir
customers.
tue i'i out auJ I0B3 account »buw«
a return mi uie increase lo tue strtsgtu
ut the i,.,:.r. iu .■',*..ui-iH done, un.l
I'lunt caruea, wuil.it tin- balam *
une-.-t «hich we reproduce In iuu,
bpeaiiD for itself iu tue ngurcs cuuuoi
Ue, lieaiiuu witnesi uf .-uutiuumg
yearly tirogrebe aud prosperity.
Hia Royal HigbueHu. tlle Uukv ol
Cuiiuaugut. *Ju\enior Geucrul u! Ca
uaJa. baa announced bib intention
to make a tour ul ibe West during
ine cuoiiug lali, aud decoding lutin.*
outlined scLvduk*. will arrive iu Nelson,   B.C.,   un Uctuber  "th.
Tue CtUseoi aud l'ul/licily orgun -
i-tatiuub of .sei.-ou, bucneil up by tbe
uvor Seas Club, the \ct..ruus Abbu-
c;atiuu aud utbtr Uudics, ure preparing to celebrate witti utting i-tre-
niuuy uu the occasion of tbi* visit,
•aod otber
Correspondence
Kditor  Mall-Herald:—
1 read u letter In InHt wrek'H paper signed "Boostor" which Interested me. nud while 1 am uot n writer
yet   1   thought  thut  iierliup*-   my    ex-
porlence In a thriving little town tn
tbu titates, might help tu put Home
people right iu regards tu lioo.'ting
then own town, Wc hud juut aa
guod u town ub you have und with
just ub good prospects us you huve,
tbe un i i-n.mi * und the professional
meu were continually getti ig up
bouiethuig to bring people uud iu -
uubtrieb to the place, uud tuey Were
successful, the lactones' brought ..
great muny ol the woriung ciimb, v h *
were auimtiuub to owu their own
Homed, and they thought in uruer co
save their money lor tnat purpose,
ihey would elub togetber and bend lu
u ,'i*.ii i nn ni.il hi oi r fur tbeir sup -
plies, from thiH tbey blurted u co-up
erative btore-f aud got then supplies
al wholesale prices, aud wbat was
ihe result. Properties that were woi
th fiom *2WW la ♦■jvuj tttte Buuu beiug ollered for ubout half, the interest ol the buHiucbs men waned, they
eould uot bee any good iu giviug
iheir time uud money to u towu tbut
would not bring tbem returns, several ol lue ludubtrieb pulled out. and
tbut towu loiluy ib a -lead one, lb"
little thut the working people hud
.!"•*I iu Imyiug outside, uud in tbeir
store wus more thuu lobt in tbe do-
preciatlon oi their properly, uiul
luiighl u  lesbiu
those people were
cities thiougbout t ne Vi est | that tbey never lorgot when tln.y
uie also :n.,-..i.t prepurutions u. cu pulled out of thi' town uiul started
ttit.i.i. tbt distinguished guest, snd up iu other places, uud my uJ\. :< to
to uota.u wtiut advantage and pu:i - the working class is, buy iu your
iiCity .» pobtible, .u connection v.tb own town, buy as cheaply as you
tbe .-ame. 'an. ask the merchants to f»f you   ,,,.
The  en tei taining  ol     diatlnguiened  a ditiouut for cash,     uud pay eaeb,
..-    *:.*c  of  the  principlo  i..i5-  and   I am sure  iu a yeur's  ume. tb.it
• :.*= h ii   tbi   lormatioo auu wit uce supplies  bought  this  way,   will   Bud
of  the  Progress  Club,  aud  tbe foi.b*  yuu   bettei  jsutislieJ  wub  your  town,
coming v.mi u! ii.i'.il. tbc Oovernor with your merchants, aud with youi
General,   w^ulJ seem ..     ilendid    "lves.   ior   ibeu   you   are   doing   yi   11
opportunity (or the Cub to Jo both)!share ,u     helping to build  up     tbe
really  valuable     worn ,u tl       Lire'    towni uiukiug uli property  mu:*
t.on. le, aud you are sharing alike wita
Then  .*• no reason wby  H.ulstoke the merchant in tbe increased  rallies
the Ma.n  Line City,  sbouia  I ut  take  and  you  ure helping  ib,'  bUSifleM   •
advuntagv  ".'  tbu  opportunity,    und   u  luiildiug up better busine -
and  ub     thtir     -uceess  is  hound   up
with your*, us tbey succeed  you
lie  ihe  tirst to get tbe  l.ouctit  oi
Thunkiug  you   for  allowing  me   t*
cured, nnd the advantage, tbe result,
the benefit, will be greatest to thut
port with the l>etft feeders. Whore the
most   cargoes   oiler,   there   will      the
ships foregather moat, tbere too, will
return cargoes be most consigned,
uud  there  also  Will   be  tne commerce
Mater wltb its uuvuntuguH oi better
prices, greater variety nud >'iviiter
opportunities iu uli coruiuoditicH. Already the ruilroud systems ol this
continent ure preparing to meet il.e
possibilities oi Panama, in snare in
thu Western traffic to tbe I'aolfli and
i.iili great system Is busy with plnns
lo  become  the  ear'   u   lor  the  great
cot amount of grain and other pio-
duee to the port where Ilus it* own
teiiti ial Investments, in Canada tbe
building of the Panama Iuih rovolu
lionised the ruilwuy situutiou uiiil
changed i very pbysicul condition.
I'he Rocky mountains, the great dl-
\ide, has been pushed buck, commercially, to uu fur eust ulmost us
the cupitul of Baskatobewan, railway
gradoa have  beeu cut und lowered  to
tbe lull limit of haulage capacity
nud every strutcgic n.utc [or brunch
[coder or main line system is being
searched uud examined.
Hardly u week puBses without '.ho
announcement ol some new project in
the uir. but to deul only with the
systems now established is sufficient
to prove the point. The tl. TI 1
openly stutes thut its Hue is tbe lim
it iu i-i.iil.' ni uud curve uud con
Struotion fur tonnage haulage, nud
ut Prince Rupert it uiiuii to store
and ship anuuully one hundred million bushels of wheat curried over
IU owu hue westward, Muckcuzic &
Munu of thc Canadian Northern, say
there is the best system of feeder and
main line carnage iu the country,
and ut Port .Muuu, u fresh water dockage port, they will do :ust us murh
liUHiii'Sb. The O.P.R, does'u't say
muob, it never does, but its western
system tro- Oaigary to Vancouver
iB being doublotrackod, its second
truck will run on grades as good ub
any, beiug e located on permissible
j lines throughout from thc prairie to
the coasl, and ua a double truck cun
du ae mucb wurk ub four single
trucks, tl.'' grcut enterprise is of
moii importance to the movement of
produce perhaps thuu all the railway
policies of uli thc orovlnolal governments put togntLei. Kb terminal!
ure ai Vancouver, and its filed on
.ti development by this gigantic C.
P.R. scheme, diipplemiuti'd ;, a
southern line joining .it Hope and a
northern one joining at Revelstoke,
B.C., is so reasonably oertnln, tbat
Montreal is becoming alarmed, lest
.ts prestige as tbe premier port   of
Startlg from the main Itneni Woy-
burn Bnskatohowau, it will servo
Soul her, Alberta over a direct short
Unu of ouoy grade to Hope, II. ('.,
where It again Joins tbu main line,
in Northern Alberta, under cover, It
bas been building Westward from
liiiconibe, Alberta, to Yellowb-eail,
where It Is suid Uh Hiirveyorii have
been ahead ol the line nml Ki'Mill'eil u
two-tenths grade, lt is estimated
this line will huve about, the Hunie
mileage to   Tete    Jaun Oaobe, thnt
thu U.T.P. hus Irom I'Minoufnii, hut
will eiiKl mUOb It'HH Io construct,
with lhat line now knowii ns the Alberta    Central at Tete   Jaun Oaobe,
where will II. go ? Kollow the 11.T.
P. und t'.N.R, Westwards ? No. The
C.P.R,, if behind this line ns is now
generally agreed, are building It for
gruili', to Cut out the heavy ouch iii
the mountains enst of Hevelstoke und
from Tete Jniin t'nehe il will most
probably come down the Columbia
Vulley to Revelstoke, joining iIh pres
ent main line ihere. WeBt of Revol
Btoke there is no grade difficulty,
nothing that cannot be cul,  bored or
side Htripped to meet the requirements  of  the   haulage expected.
At   Revelstoke,   the  0,   P.   R.  main
lino ciossch the Columbia River.
(To be continued in our neit)
Kitchen Chaiis  50c
Kitchen Cabinet      U 75
Dining Table      $10 55
Winnipeg Price   Weight freight   Total
Dining Chairs	
Dresser and Stand.
Bed	
Bed	
Dominion Spring	
Child's Cot	
Ostermoor Mattress.
88c
8 95
125
3 55
5 35
2 40
5 10
15.00 .
101b     Ik    Ik
1501b $3 55c $10 72
1B5lb    5 87    H 42
121b     28c   I IB
1501b 3.52 12.47
1601b 3.76 15.01
601b   1.41   4.96
681b   1.59   6.94
601b   1.41    3.81
751b   1.76   6.86
ii'ii Price Delivered
H
70c
ii
$ 9.60
H
14.40
H
1.20
ii
13.00
ii
14.00
>i
5.20
,1
7.20
it
4.00
ii
7.20
$16.50
We make our profit hy shipping In carload lots, thereby saving (freight rates,     ^^^
cuiulogiin I'.iwii*.-. description of other goods mu* spuellli<ii in this ii *.i to our store mid wu
Bring
prove om statements,   Remember we deliver « u ami sm up free from breakage,
| R. HOWSON & CO. REVELSTOKE, B. C. \
,"t, ,i*, ,'1, l't, t"ti ii'i i'l*, iTt ,T> i'l, iTi iTi iTi iT* ii'i 1T1 i'ii 1T11T1 if* "Ti 1T11T1 ifo i'l*! ii'i it*, iti ii'i ii'i iT, ii'i ii'i 1T1 ,ii iii iTb i'l"t i
'X' *V 'V 'V 'V'+' 'V 'V "''"'" + 'V '*' '*' '+1 'V 'V 'V 'V 'V 'V 'V'+' '*' 'V 'V '*' 'V 'V 'V 'V 'V lV 'V 'V 'V 'V'
we recommeiij  tbi   suggestion to tbe
Kitem.ie vi  tbc Progress  Club,    (ci
eaiiy consideration.
Tr.t  Editor ■; tbu paper docs not
eve tn :_•  poiu .    :    locking tie
sta -ie do i  attei  tbe ^oise nus teen
stolen, ' and t..* •-  m    i;ooJ
time,  regal ling    ,     .     ttention    I
the  iay:ng  of tbe      MrK
rete sidewalk,  and  tbi
'.*   I       "   -   H' rk   being   Ioi ■
workmanlike   and   latisfa :• rv   mat
ner.     McK -.aed to'
. . I] ,e  husincBii
street Tbt    pr'
ue  avenue,    rea
tbe  :., ■ *'-.,!•
Hide*....-. .. ':*.'(*
propenj .-*
of   *.'i   :.     .i   .    ordar.te   «
tbey   •* ..    •     ..lied   ipi .,   *     ;,,, tl
tberef'.re   dev  .ve«   upon   the   cli
"■       »l.o-' •
the  - to se
tbat sanx  is dom propel  man
ner, bo tbat •        •       k will repre
a permanent ass I I "■ r.ty
und tht property owners sbo are
jointly   paying  for   -.one
That a reminder ot this fnct is not
Unoecis-ary. ,n abundantly clear from
tbe stute of other cement sidewulks,
which have been laid in recent years
liut whict, owin-e to rotten workman
whip, and faulty design, are an eye - (
sore und a disgrace  to RcveMoke.
The editor docs uot pose as u con
• fete  expert,   tut  it  does  not     need
nn  eijiert to discover  the  imperfect - j
ions in a ftrfat     many     of our city
■sidewalks.
Neither arc we blaming anybody,
for IiflPt mistakes, but minply oallinu
ntt-entimi to thin matter jn order
that whatever mistaken or blunders
have lava made in thc past, may he
uviiuled in the future.
A j>oor sidewalk is au eyesore and,
Canada should bc lost to .t.
Thus it is seen,  and   >o  far the rc-
niust  k'o    with   the  art;um. nt.
tbat  "'    nvestment ot millioni     at
coast poi ■    I -     Panama (mi- ue • Is
more ths ited  inland,  hy tbe
railway   mi! irt  to   connect   with   tbem
.   intage in the ran ■ Ing tr i le,
N t-i  t t matter rear
bomt  to   '■'•    Istol !i   i on
the   main   line   of   ' 1.,      half
■
* *' i r. • rm
'•an -
c 'liver  il k
■  then, iisten
i'la l
iini Rocky mountains, thi
BUSINESS LOCALS
Meet  me  ut  the  Havoy.
Thermos    bottles    gnd r.dids, 111
si7.es and  prices at Macdonald's drug
store.
Royal Rose Talcum powdor, one ol
the nicest made, only ide. a tin, at
Mai'donnld's drug store.
The  Sugnr  Uowl  ice  cream  l r.rlors
aro now open, the lurgest and nioBt
p-to-date parlors lu thc city. ...
Films, Kodaks, Chemicals, Insti.e-
I'iou Rooks, all the newest, at Mac
• loiiald's  drug  store.
The "Sugar Uowl" ioc cream parlors ure now open. The lurgeBt and
most up-to-date proposition in     the
Your losaes assured,  rates rcuson -
ble—W. U.  Robertson,  reul estate &
Insurance.
Try one of 1'iobyn's special diBhes
of ice cream culled the "Carpathian"
Smile.
8e*e Howson's "how window for
Hammocks and Couches.
Good flower See.ls. Sweet I egs,
N'usiurtums in bulk, ut Mncdonnld's
Jrug  store.
MUSIC—MIhb Johnson, pupil of A.
Miller, F.It.A.M., ljonilon, Is prepared to tnke u limited number of pupils for tuition In music. Kor terms
apply at the residence of J. K.
.loliniioii, lirst house went of the inm
plt.nl.   First  street.
WANTED
WANTED—A Dressmaker to go   out
sowing      by  tho  day.—Apply    Muil-
Herald.
WANTED—(llrl for genernl houso-
work. Uood wages. Apply at this
Ofllce.
WANTHD—Klvc Hood Millwrights. —
Apply C. 15. Kendall, Rovelstoke
Hotel.
TO LET—Three nice rooms io let
over thc Manning store. Apply to
Mr. 1-1. Manning.
KOR SALE—Horse und harness, nlso
light Express Wugon. Apply Uox
'227,   Revelstoke,   U.C. 4t.   M.ll
KOR SALE—Small House, centrally
located. All conveniences. Easy
terms.   Dox 73a,  Revelstoke.        lit.
Sash, Doors, Mouldings
Turnings Etc.
tb* *' I' '' ears *j'.-o, t-e
■ay .. few words through you, pape     .. ■    .,*,,,*
\ou« respectively.
A new COMER.
                                •- '-.cy was tht   * *,*• haul
'-.■•tir  Hornless     Machines  f,  from'  set-west  in ms
».'0   upwarJs.      Edison  Phonographs, ; in   nstui •:',.. r
from      »19.50     upwards.—Revelstoke ;'"'is -i    wat  riticn       .'   my
U  -m    Store.  McKenzie Avenue.                       'tition. and  it,  paid.    A   n -  tn
(!o Carts, the largest and best assortment ever displayed In Revel.it.oke
at  Howson's.—(let their cash prices.
Drop in at thc Sugar Bowl for
that hox of chocolates, your wife,
mother, or sweetheart will appreci -
ate  it.
FOR SALE—One Tcum light horse**.,
ulso wagon uud sleigh, at a reus -
onublc price. Apply tu A.itobbucic,
Old Town.
WANTED—An experienced general
housemaid, must be plain cook. No
wusbing. Wages twenty-live dollars
per month.   Apply Mrs.  C. U.Hume
WANTED—Boy  about  1«  or 17 years
of  uge,  for  Gcnerul  Storo. Apply
in   own   iiuml      writing   lo Lindsay
Wurc & Co.,  Ltd.,  Deuton, B.C.
REVELSTOKE OPERA  HOUSE
Tapping & AUwood. Lessees and Managers
THE  GREATEST  COMEDY IN YEARS
"CASEY
JONES"
JUNE 1st., 1912
With the Famous Little Comedian "OLLIE MACK
Late Star of cTWurray C& cTVlack
Supported by
Miss Pearl Golding
A Great Caste   You'll Laugh Till You're Red in the Face.
Prices, $l, 75c, 50c, 25c
Sent S«lc at Macdonald'sDmg store
————w—— i     ""	
Beautiful is the
Job when Minerva
Paint it used.
MATICHNITV HOME—Mrs. WfttSOU,
eust track, bus opened ber new
house as a Maternity Home. Tcims
reusonuble. Apply Box 28, .ilrs. Wl
(j.   Watson.
KOH .SALli OHBAP—Five year old
driving Mare, rubber tyred buggy,
cutter and single harnesti, all iu
good condition. Uwucr leuvmg tbc
city.   Box  914   City.
5-noo»h mH +v*i\ ii th**- Miw*r»*i
• urtm-p    ■•■-- | |  bubblM      '»' ■•
■nd intpcrtrcttona.
Th*ro\m ii poti.v and luting
Mm^rvi P»int ^n'**« rvrry ■ re*-
ir« *n>J tram diHm waod. in-mr*
ini     ml     |MltfHn      afainat
-•■'   *r and ti' m*
'*'• the ht«h n**y*y *h«i emjnt**-
the   eis'*'nt   Kltcitoo   ol    th«
fin^ti and purest ptJM in*T*"d-
•m«. (S# aetPiHifie vrmdlnc «nd
mm ng that atakca Minerva Pai at
Wptl'tof.
li -•■    tn « ■ .■■»».  gventir
• nd        -•   guiclilr •<■•   ul
MINERVA
PURE PREPARED
PAINT
Pitntinf \iPf.nrrtet I |>l*»*jr»
f'«tf fltKif* initda oro«jt»id*, Minerva
''•tnt wip*i«tandi tha h«'d w««r tot
»*ar«, ar-d MMllM ki *jr»bft»k«n »Uf-
Sold by   prnrninenf   dealar*   W   «Jl
p««nta including
Hevelstoke Hardware Co.. I Id.
* Istoki   ii C
WANTED—It you arc a good sulcs -
man und cau handle a geucrul ag-
ciicy in Revelstoke City and District, lhat will muke you big mou
ey from tbo sturt, write us immediutely. This is not reul estate, but
strictly commcrriul lines und our
local ngcnlu nre making ten dollurs
ii I iy mnl up. We will give exclusive territory to right mnn und you
< in appoint your own sub-agents,
li. C. 8ALB8 AOBNOY, 1107 Bo-
miu jn Trust Building, Vancouver,
U.  ".
NOTIOB.
iiiok"  l.und  District.
itriet nt W"Ht KiK/ti'iiny.
V ue   notice   that   I   Alii'e   llillmun,
i. i. hi  , occupation Married
Woman    atends i" npply (or |i«nm-
purcbMs the lollowing   dM*
crl .'-i iihkIh
i ommeneiiig ut  ;i   i"'Hi   plnnl'* I     "ii
i ■ h shore ut Trout Lak* about
ITSSl iiiiiI _'n chnins north
Irom the North West Coiner of Lot
*■*'.«. ttenct enH! |0 rhiiins, tbence
li Ith 2>) chains, tbenee Wart If)
Chains   ol      Iikk     tO       shore   ot   Tiullt
Lake,    mji     Ihll,Hr in.,n*       oi     li'HH      to
point   '/   i omrnenremi'iit,   und      con-
taining about 10 softs non ot less.
liu'H  llih dny ol May  IMS.
ALICE   IIII-I.MAN.
I'er   l.niif   llillmun,   Agelil.
MNrHIN. JOHNSON * CO.
('.•n.d.) I ,mli.*S
TORONTO ONT.
''ll'lMfarr topllnl willi Minerva."
8<1
WATKIt     NOTICK.
i is hereby given    thai   M
duys utter date 1 Intend to apply tO
th. Wnt.er i'oiiiinis»ionei for Twenty
Miners' Inches of Wuter to lie mken
from  DiivIh ('ri»k, and to he uwid for
nigiition purpose! on tbc following
described    land    Pari ol the h.   w.
HtieipiHitii Henloti N, Townelnp 90,
Hiiiipe  J9,  w., gtfa  Meridian,  north ol
Arrowhead, li. 01
Dated this 7th dny of May 1912.
art a. o, ii ah, u
We are in the manufacturing business of
Sash, Doors, Mouldings, Turnings, Show
Cases, Office and Bar Fixtures, Screen
Doors and Windows made to order and all
kinds ol repair work done in good order.
We have a full 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
Our Doctors Anti-Septic Shoe is Proving a Winner
This last is filling a long felt want and its waterproof qualities are standing the test.
Wc carry a full line of the famouB Pene-
tang Shoe pack and all kinds of rubber footwear.
Once a customer always a customer. Satisfaction guaranteed.
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
loot and Shoe Repairers,
Saddlers
Harness Maker*
THE CANADIAN  BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., PRESIDENT
ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager
CAPITAL - J 10,000.000
REST, -   $8,000,000
COLLECTION   BUSINESS
With its larfje number of branches, agenLs and correspondents, The
Canadian Bank nf Commerce is able to effect collections throughout
the world promptly and at reasonable rates. Rates will be quoted on
application.
FOREIGN   BUSINESS „„
Cheques snd drafts on all countries cf the world, drawn in sterling,
francs, mnrl-n, lire, kronen, florins, roubles or any other foreign Currency,
I   can be negotiated at The Canadian Bank of Commerce at reasonable jittes.
RtVELSTOKE    BRANCh-F   M. GIBBON. MGR SATURDAY,  MAY  35th,   1912.
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i:
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Phone No. 8
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1 SATURDAY,   MAY  3Mh,   1012.
THE 3VCA.Tr.-HIEmjLr,ID,   HEVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, MAY Mth,  1912.
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Opportunity is Knocking
For You To-Bay
Jind it only Kjiocks Once for Everybody
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Send us a Nomination Blank and Start Your Campaign at Once.   There is no Time Better than
the Present.    Do it Now—THIS MINUTE
GRAND PRIZE PLAYER PIANO
NOW ON
EXHIBITION
at the Revelstoke Music Store
See It!
Play It!
Win It t
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of Uu' Dominion is guaranteed i*y
treaty In the Blighted degree effected
a prompt anil duclstve protest would
in* I'lJ^'t'il with the British ambassa
•U'i  nt Washington.
Canada's right i" use the Panama
canal on un equality with other
natlona ure defined by tbe Hay
Pauncefote treaty, uiul any attempt
tn infringe mi these tights will ben
Missing Man found
',...;•..   B.C .  May 21—"I saw C.  D,
Haubun,  tbc  old  extra gang foreman
■ ■.  lew   Ja;.»  ago,      an here,  and      tic
fare nic a (juo-J deal of news of Golden."   Thc     shove    excerpt  from    a
letter  received   by  Norman  Will..hum
'•:  the  freight  department  uf    the  C.
i'.R.  at  Golden from  Walter  Grieve,
cow at Bickerdike.  Alberta, solves a seated.  The  Oanadian railway      «
mystery   which  thi   liroviuciui  police Ing steamships can also
have been trying to unravel for buium   upon to use their influence to pn
•Jays past, 'hell  existing  privileges    being
Hanson was employed  by the C.P.  tailed,  [t is believed  In offli al
I'...      and   had   charge   ut   a gang    ol   here that   tin*  chances  ol   thi    "ill   le-
Greeks      near     Golden.      He  is  Weil  coming  u   law are   lessened o
known  in this district,  being an  old  of the grave     international
t.mt:     He  was  last 6een in     Golden   which     has developed  In    connc I
on April 20. and left town on the ev-   with  its  consideration.
ening of tbat day uftci- expressing bis ———~	
intention    ;  returning to  bu cam, (J(  p_   J(   (jg^g QffEp
Irocu     tbat  day   intil about a week
I more »bb heard of him.      Londoi       May     Ji- 3ir     T
Conse . *    Sbaughnessy's     presence in    I.
his my-     ■''•'' llls .ntervlew!   with  high   *
:ance and notified the  istratlve     authoi ties    .
■   •    ■*   (eared h*   m;"lV  surmises    He  ■
.. ith    ;.    :■   r-  Ing.      Sam  ■"■-' statement to youi   re]
brown and 1'et* •''■ ' »     "!   am  ool
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■ „•     man.   They     reported tbat j
ed both Lank? •■'. thi
Kicking   Horse     etwee    '.olden    un 1;
D i-    .-    . .   id
travel ■   :^at     tbey
tbeir el
■ '.eir mun.
■vs tbat 11 .
kg
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with   Mr
current ne» • •■   •
nt li.* -.*   liki, Aiberi
ra  a iy, bundn di
sre    li *  *
i.       P.R. stat
•Sei t"in m .   an '. ii
; ri   a  I]    i .tb-n'.ic.
Can Boats Use Canal
Ottawa,   May  21—The  attention    ol
•   DominfsB  government  has       •>
drawn  to  the  Adamson  bill   wh
BOW   lieing Considered at  Washington,
the objtet of     which is   t"    prevent
ships  owned   !>y  railroads  having  nc-
to     American   waterways,      il
though,  presumably, tbe    Mil  la not
Minied directly at Canada  it   will if it
becomes a law  seriously    affect    this
country, and  will  prevent many t'an-
adinn   vessels  from  u-sln," the  Panama
canal kb well us the American portion
Of 'he great lnke-. While the mrn-
l-ers of the Canadian government have
not yet   hnd tiirif to   ronslder   the )>ro
:,- ol the Adamson Mil, it run be
(Icflultely announced that if tbe rights
SUNSHINE
fURMACE
position to make a definite announce
ment regarding thr Canadian Pacific
I'lan for building fast trail- Atlantic
liners, You know .*( ..ur proposal to
the government that thei * oats
which will bave .1 spee I of --'
knots per lioin, should I e fitte : -*
as  i" make  them ava 1     irmor
.•■!  cruisers  In     case "f    w*ur.     Thl
woul I it.oa
1..   scheme    .-    tbe
• *l  aimamenta   would  n>.t    in
the   sl *'t      fr.im
its I M They
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A WOMAN'S WAY
H. W. EDWARDS
TAXIDERMIST
Fruit Land:
FOR SALE
Animal      RugS,     Game      ,;'>'*nft   Hay   lands in parcels ol
10 or '20 acres or en bloc.     Correspondence invited.
Heads and  Birds
Mounted
P.O.Box 31, Kevelstoke
UNION  CIGARS
Inland Revenue Standard for Cigars is 22 lbs. per
1,000. By statistics our Union contains 25 lbs. per
J ,000. That proves quantity! What about quality ?   Ask the Smokers and Try One yourself.
John Shaw, Agent.
Box 616 Arrowhead
UNION   CIGAR  FACTORY
RETELSTOKE, B. C.
Sewing Machines
A • stock of Sin.tr-
Sew-
. Machines
For S le or Hire
th al Manning's,
ne needles
H.  MANNING.   Agent.
TO GET REUL?
TAKE GIN PILLS TOR LAME BACK.
I fi--   - -   im- le of ■
«ml after
liettir that I gi t 1 I   1 mi
nnd no* I miti
pun .icro'-i my '■ a  -'   '    '■   - I
.1 -io<*t - 1 em bettet
than I hivel,-"'
advise nil women who suffer I      1 •
m the Back ind , l"trv
Gin Pills".
VliA
MSClaiys
Made specially to burn B.C. fuel'
Repairs,  when necessary, always in stock at Vancouver.
Sold by BOURNE BROS.
Gin Pills contain ihr well known mf-
dlclntl propertiri of Gill as well sn othrr
curative agents -lint do not contain
nlrohol. Gin Pills ire guar.-intred hy the
Urgrst wholesale drag bonis in the
British Knipire to j;ivr complete satisfaction or money refunded,   Sor.  bos,
6 for J2.50 sample Iree it you write
National Drug and Clirmical Co. of
Canarla, Limited, D'pt.   W      Toronto.
II the liowrls are ronetipstrd take
Nstlonsl Lazy Liver Pill«, 15c, bos.   *8
■ tn    HALE
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coursi
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men.
H'lirthei   il.-tails 1 ",
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'.   .1   DB8BAKA1 I,
Deputy Mmisii'i,  Iim,' 1' '
Of the  Naval
Department of tbt Naval  Bervfoe,
Ottawa, May 1 th,  191 I
Shi/oh's Gi/iv
null klv  nliipi 1 ,,'iitli*.,   rnra.  colli-*,   ti   ,,1. I
In* throat and lunfr.       .   .   .       HO cent*.
Tlie dictates of Wisrlntn induce us to huy the brat, for it is always cheaper in the
end, and this is particularly true in reference to such an every-day necessity as Paint
And Paint is a necessity, for it is the only thing that will preserve from decay the
liimhrr which is ever beenming Increasingly costiy. It also improves the appearance
of your ! mi li I nn' and adds to its saleable value. The many articles about thr house
are Improved by painting, which makes them more sanitary and the home bright
and cheery
For exterior and interior work, the best painting material that brains and money
can product is
MINERVA
b^p
PURE READY PREPARED PAINT.
It rovers better, wears and retains its appoarancr longer than the so-called Mixed
Paints or the hand-mixed lend and oil. It is thc most economical painting material
niailr.
Since 183*4, Pinrhin. Johnson & Co. have been piling np knowledge and experience
as to the brst materials for producing durable Paints, specially adapted to specific
usrs Thrre are numerous specialties designed fnr special purposes. Whatever yon
Iiave to pnlnt there is 11 "MINERVA" Paint Specialty for the purpose. Be sure
to get MINERVA PAINT for your work.
Look for thr  MINERVA  Head 00 every can.    It is your guarantee of quality.
Rvrry ran contains Pull Imperial Measure. Prominent dealers at all points sell
MINERVA PAINTS, including
REVELSTOKE HARDWARE CO.
Hardware, Paints, etc. Revelstoke, B.C.
Ask the MINERVA Agmcy for Color Folders and information.
Mad* in Canada by
PINCHINJOHNSON AND CO. (CANADA) Limited
Established in  England   ia  1834
"ITS SO EAST TO PAINT WITH MINERVA" *»«
'I •SATURDAY, MAY Kith,  191ft,
THE   3S/L^L.IL-I3:ERJLXil3,  I^Ei'VElLSTOKIEl
SATURDAY,  MAY  2Cth,   1912.
MALAKWA NOTES
Parties dcBlring Information regarding the Valley ol the tiardon ol
Kden, cau obtain euuio fn>o ol charge
by writing to Mr. J. H. Johnson,
Malakwa,  11.   0.
With hundreds of acres of rich clay
loam land, well watered with numerous spring creeks und liountllul
ruin (alls, tho Vulley ol the Harden
ol i*:*1mii this i.Miii.iin "IImi rich Inducements to the settler ol Bmall
or modern means. Tho prices ol land
aa compared with other uectionB of
this province equally favored by nature, ure imi'li lower.
On the large stretches ot valloy
laud which arc uot yet cultivated,
lhc clover and wild grasses perfume
tbe air (or many miles urouud, wlnlo
tbv hundreds of song birds, including
the old stand by meudow lurk, furnish vocal music in vuricd strains.
Truly the Garden of lSdcu Valloy
jn t   now  is a veritable purudiso.
(Jn thc many farms of thc vulley,
where the settlers are engaged in
mixed furniiug, poverty is unknown,
and everyone  has ample aud to Bparc
((
The Valley of
The Garden of Eden"
Situated at MALAKWA AND GRAIGELLACHIE. B. C.
Just 32 Miles West of   Revelstoke,  and   Extending  between Sicamous Junction to Three Valleys Station
Area of First-Class Land—20000 Acres
Character Of Land   Principally Level.
f hararfar nf Q*nil   Bench   Lands,  Clay   Loam  and Vegetable
Ulldldllcl  01  OON   Mould, while on Lower Lands Black Loam
Prevails.
Nn Irri/i if inn   Positively no irrigation is needed as Valley is sub-
110 III KjclllOII   irrigated, and many creeks supply water for Domestic purposes.
This Land is specially adapted for Large and Small Fruits, as well as
Hay and Vegetables.
Moderate Climate   Freezing is  Average Winter Weather.
Pricks of Land Reasonable
For Further Particulars About This Garden Spot oF B. C, Watch This Page
oF the MAIL-HERALD Each Week
Those cDgsgcd lu thu surest o[ all
brauches ol ranching "mixed (arm -
ing" claim that failure is impossible
lor a mon of energy. There is no
doubt but that this summer the industry of i-elory growing nnd the culture of bees will make rapid advance
ments and that it will be known ns
the supply or shipping poiut for
i|i.**m luxuries.
Ah u NMUlt ,J tki* advertising thnt
Mulukwu lands havo received the pant
lew mouths, through the medium ol
thc Mail-Herald, several important
land deals ure being consummated,
the particulars ol which will be jiv-
l.'U    lit v i   on.
Interest in the Mail-Herald circu -
Iation contest in the Garden ol Bden
is Increasing. The different young
ladies ot thm valley who have been
nominated us candidates are anxious
for their friends to stand by them.
The flrst prise of the handsome play
er piano now on exhibition at tbe
Hevelstoke Music Store, is admitted
to bc a most handsome nnd liberal
prize for the paper to offer.
. . It Might Be Cold. .
BTJT
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 patrons. Located among the
greatest scenery of Canada, easy of access,—the Sanitarium is luxuriously fitted and finished for comfort and
convenience of guests.
Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. LOYD, Proprietor,
Halcyon, Arrow Lakes
Union  Hotel
i JUST NHWLY REPAIRED
RATES,      .      $1.50 PER DAY
Weekly and monthly rates to be arranged.       Menl Tickets, -21 meals for J6.D0
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
A. P. LEVESQUE, Proprietor
Laughton fS, Tapping, Props. First Street, Revelstoke, B. C
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
European Plan
Open Day and Night. - Meal Tickets, $6.00
MONTHLY BOARD
1
gj^g
H. J. McSORLtr, Proprietor.
'ELSTOV&.
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.
T.   ALBEET     STOHSTE      PROP.
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged  end Improved.     First-Class in every reBpect.    All modern convenience*)
Large Sam pie Kouuib.
Ratta $2.00 per day       Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
HOTEL CLIMAX RESTAURANT
II mmem—mmm—m OPEN NIGHT AND DAY ||
White Help Only Employed
Board by the Day or Week
Night Restaurant—Short Order
W. C.  BATCHELOR,        -       cTVIanager.
SWiSkWl
Murderer to Hang      [ Vellowhead to North Thompson
&££
Rosedene Nurseries
Revelstoke. B. C.
House Plants, Ferns, etc.
Cut Flowers, Roses, Carnations, etc
.   Thos. Newell, Prop.
Designs Box 51
Phone 295
IUN10N HOTEL
ARROW II K.\l>. 1). U
Bpseial Attention giv.n to commerce
men ud tonristH Kirst-rlim*- imtO|>l
roouie. Kmest wenery in British Colum
bin, overlooking I'pi-er Arrow l.ske
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer     Draying
Handling Pianos a Specialty
W. J. Lightburne, Prop Phone 42 -   Night Phone 85
SYNOPSIS 10F. COAL MlMNG
REGULATIONS.
Coal milling rights ol tbe Dominion
in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the
Nurili «'*;,i Territories and in a portion of the Province of British Columbia, may be leased lor a term ol
twenty-one years at an annual rental of -ii au acre. Not more than
2,aC0 acres will be leased to one applicant.
Application for lease must be made
by the applicant in person to the
Agent or Bub-Agent of the district
in which the rights applied {or are
situated.
In surveyed territory the land muBt
bs described by sections, or legal
sub-divisions ol sections, and in un-
survcyed territory the tract applied
for shall be staked out by the ap -
plicant himself.
Bach applicant must be accompanied by a fee of $B which will be refunded II the rights applied for are
not available, but not otherwise. A
royalty shall be paid on tbe merchantable output of the mine at the
rate of live cents per ton.
Tlie person operating tbe mine shall
furnish tbe Ageut with sworn returns
accounting for the full quantity of
merchantable coal mined and pay tbe
royalty thereon. If the coal mining
rights are not being opernted, such
returns should be furnished at least
once a year.
Tbe lease will Include tbe coal min
Ing rights only, but the Iobbco may
lie permitted to purchase whatever
available surface lights may be can
niilered necessary for the working ol
the mine at the rnte of 110.00 an
acre.
Kor liill information application
Hhoulil bo made to the Secretary of
the Department of tho Interior, Ot-
tawa, or to the Agent or Sub-Agent
of Dominion  Lands.
W. VV.  CORY,
Deputy Minister of the Interior.
N.B.—Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement will not be paid
for.
Vernon, B. C, May 21—William
Jones, found guilty of the murdiT of
Constable Aston on a steamer on the
Okanagan Lake. was sentenced to
bang on August 9th.
Latest Bank Merger Story
Toronto, May 21—The latest report
regarding bank mergers, and it comes
from what thc Telegram says is good
authority, is that tbe Bank ot Montreal will absorb the Royal and the
TrudeiB. Tbe Union Hank will not
bo in tbe combination. H.S. Holt,
thc Mnntrt'iil magnate and head ot
the Royal Sei urties Co., is mentioned us manager of thc rumored merger.
HEAVY DRINKEB CTJ1UED
Samaria Cured Him, tad He Hdlpi
Othan
Dr. de Van's Female Pills ,
A reliable French regulator: never lulls.  Thete |
pills are exceedingly powerlul In regulating the |
generative portion of tne leniale system.   Refuse
nil cheap Imitations. Dr. <u T»»'a aie told »t
ta a box, or three Inr $10. Mailed to any address.
Tbt si obeli Drag Co,. It. Catharines, ont, i
A sua mh. has been finest trmm
the awfal eravlagt of drink, aad arhaaa
first thought m to ti.lv others, aliiiaa
the spirit of true brotherhood ami
philanthropy Road his lotur:
"'i'ho bamarla Homod/ Co, Tt—lo.
Oat!
"Will ..it ploast toad id* took oo
drink, aloe elreulara relating io roar
valued   roaiodr   for   tho   Or In a    k»Wt"
Lwlab to haad tbeat to a tilami vho
going to rain through drink. Ton
will roaombor that I hove ia ken you?
revod?, aad I find It oil rou claim *
to oo. I oovor think or lahlac ar
uains atroog drtnk In .nr iu, as oil
doalre for H haa left mo. I eeaaet
spook too highly of year wondasfal
riifudr. Tea mar uso mt —— >a ear
way vou wish Tn public
* "H.   tjlywhu.,   iingden.  Ontario.-
Samarta Prescription Is taateleas
and odorless, and dissolves Instantly
In too or eoSet, or can bo aalaed with
(ood. It can bo given with or -without Ihe patient's knowledge. It ro-
movss tbt craving (or drink, builds ap
the system and restores tht nervea
Drink beeomoo distasteful and eras
nauseous. •
Drink Is a discus, not t rrlme. Ono
drink of whiskey always Invites another. Tho Inflamed nerves and
stomach create a craving that maat
either bo satisfied by mora whiskey oe*
rumoved by scientific treatment llho
Bamarla prescription Samaria Pro-
tcrlptlon haa been In regular and successful ust by I'hrelclans aad Hospitals   for   ovor   ten   years.
If yon know ot any family atedlag
Samaria Proscription, toll them sbo-at
K. If you have a hasband, father ar
friend that la drifting into drink, help
him save himself.    Write to-day.
A FRKE TRIAL PACKAGE of Samaria Proscription, with booklet, giving fall particulars, teat I moni nis, prioe,
ou.. -will bo sent absolutely free aad
postpaid la plain staled paekags ta
anyone asking for It and mentioning
this paper. Correspondence sacredly
confidential. Write today. Toe Ba-
raaria Remedy Co., Dept. 16-49, Col-
borne Btreet, Toronto, Canada. Also
tor sale by 0. R. Macdonald, Drug-
flit, Hdvelitoke, fi. 0,
Vancouver,   Muy   lii-iv.   1.   Uusset,
1 now ,;.  tbe city bus completed lbs lo
cation ol the  uiu.!.  line  ol  the Lana-
1 u,uu  .Northern  railway   between   Vel •
lowbeud  I'ass,  .i    tm:    i.muj.t   of  the
Kocgies,   und  Albrcda   summit,    near
tne head waters ol  UN .Noitb Thomp
sou river. He uiso located a uew hue
over that section • '    ignt of way i'i
miles   west   of   the   i *.......:.. .i .   i'ass,
ow.ug to the fact tbut thc ulJ location wus blown up by excavatious
made for thc line ol tbe Lruud
Trunk luetic, wbich runs seventy-
five [vet lower down the hill.
Mr. Basset will leuvc here shortly
to take charge of a survey party,
which will be engaged locating tuu
company's proposed branch line between  Kumloops and  Vernon.
This veteran cngiuecr, wbo was (or
meriy in the service ol tbe Ureal
Northern aud the Grand Trunk l'a-
[ cibc and C.P.H., reported that he bad
secured a maximum grade of sevcu-
tentb of one per cent, going west botween Vellowhead summit and Crau-
bcrry Lake. This is equivalent tu an
adverse grade of only SO (out to tba
mile on oaatbound traffic.
Between Cranberry Lake and Al -
brcda summit, near tbe head waters
of tbe North Thompson, bt stewed a
maiimum grade of four-tenths of one
per cent., or an adverse grade of ls
feet to tbe mile, as gainst west-
bound Uallu. These gradients are regarded as the low-eat of any traua-
I continental line, surpassing thoao iX
the i,land Trunk I'aciBc.
Assassinated
Teheran, May 22— Ku.hu Ztppniu,
kuuwn as tbt Uarabnldi of l'ershia,
was murdered today as he waa ait-
ting at tba door ol hia tern surrounded by mi" followers with whom
be had defeated Sularc-d Dowlau's
forces numbering 1MHI. The crime bus
created a tremendous Bcusutiou in all
settiona ot Persia.
fix Date of Visit of Duke
s
j October 7th will be tbe date of tba
| arrival of tbe Duke of Connaught in
I Nelson, according to a letter raoeiv-
I ed yesterday by Stephen Ii. Hoekina
i secretary of the Nelson Branch of tbs
| Overseas  clubt
See tba "Sugar Bowl" windows fur
Saturday special), SATVIUiAY.   MAV  ttttl,   1912.
THE MAIL-HEEALB,  REYELSTOK^
SATURDAY, MAY 25th, 1912.
Story of Titanic Disaster
Iaiuis Daen, a survivor of tho Ti-
tunic is now a resident ol Rovelstoke
district. He confirms thc report of
his experience ns published in tho
Oaigary  Herald, winch reproduced is
us follows:
Quietly, and without even the know
ledge ol the.r brother, who resides
here, two men arrived lo the city
yesterday morning alter baring gone
through the mosl terrible experience
in tbeir lives and having escaped Irom
an ocean grave by tbe merest chance.
Had they not seised the tirst opportunity and rushed to uuc of the boat*
they would have gone to theii death
with hundreds i*( others who pcrish-
cd   two   uoekH   iiim   when   the   Titanic
collide l with an Iceberg nml sunk oft
the comi  ol Xcwloundlund.
The names ol the survivors ure
Louts Daen and .ii'im Deleeuw, ami
they an natives ol Welle, Belgium.
i (ormei Is a brother ol Albert
Daen the proprietor o! the Roek -
.I'm i*i!m "11 Ninth avenue east, nnd
the other Is *i brother-in-law ol Daen
BAVBD ALL BBliONQINQS
It  was only  by chnnce    thut    they
1      on tbe    Titanic    und      wont
through then- dreadful experience on
tbat fateful Sunday night, and it
Would perhaps be safe to say thut
they were ttie only SUViVors from
the wreck who managed to save nil
their belongings, They took no trunks
with them when tbey joined the ship
only four grips, and they saved uli
of them.
They had already booked tbeir passage on ihe Mount Royul. having
»*.i led irom Antwerp, Belgium, on
April :i, whence they took train to
Liverpool. Fur some unknown reason they were uot uble to get berths
on th' Mount Royal and were sent
down to Southampton, where they
were  placed  on the Titanic.
COULD NOT SPEAK ENGLISH
Neither of them cau speak a word
of English uud they told their remarkable rale ol I'CSCUe With the us*
si.-tance of Albert Daen. It wus a
sorry tale they told, lull ol tragedy
and pathos, und In spite ol the experience thev weut through, they
seem J  non' the  worse :or it.
A Herald muu paid them a visit
yesterday evening and heard from
their owu lips how they were rescued
and picked up by the Carpathia live
hours after tbe Titanic had gone to
its last resting place at the bottom
of the Atlantic ocean.
According to tbe survivors thc passage up to thc time o! the boat strik
ing the iceberg was un exceptionally
good one. Louis Duen hnd uot been
feeling very well all duy ou the fatal
Sunday, and so hgd uot undressed
but had la,n down on his bunk just
as be wa6. His brother-in-law, however, had slept up to jUBt before tbc
crash came, wheu not being able to
sleep any more had dressed and was
just about to leave tbc cabin when
with a tcrntic crush thc big ship
struck ihe berg aod Hung bim clcur
across  thc cabin.
BOILERS    EXPLODED.
Immediately the ship struck, suid
Jobn Deleeuw, there was u tremendous explosion amoug the boilers. Ho
awakened up his brotber-in-law hus-
tily packed their grips und rushed
■out on deck. The ship then, according to thc survivors, was nding with
her uosc on the berg and the stem
sloping back towards the water.
There was a lifeboat on their d?ck.
and a number ol stewards were attempting to lower it. The ship was
slop.ng so much astern downwards
that this Kfcboat wa6 almost touching the water.
ALL   MEN   IN   THIS  BOAT
Those third cabin stewards as soon
at they bad got the.r lifeboat Into
the water, which Wag only a (ew feet
fi m the boat. . .. ; [le; into It and
the two Belgians seeing their bancs
and .,- then were uu other passengers on deck, threw their grip- Into
the boal and then cHmbed in thetu-
,.,*...
It  i«mi      that     just us  ihe    ship
truck th • g thai
'   ■■»alt     fur
■''■> oat uu deck, but
•  i .;..- awaj   *
•oat  only    ■
tained   ti |   • wards nnd I
two  Belg
Towa ■*    eak tbey  wen   |
up  by the     Carpathia ■ crcs   .im.-st
'■  ■''■■'■     i ■     teeth   ,ii,:   a a pital le
i light   Taey .lid not see th.  T I *
sink, oi   accaunl  ol the large masses
"'        I  '   -•*'   tl -m an :   I  and also
• •r, account  ■■' -he long distance I
had rowed,
STRUCK GLANCING BLOW.
According to Dwleeuw, the ship
struck the here a glancing blow, -but
Was travelling at a very fat rate,
probably aro nd twenty miles an
hour. The impart wns so great tha'
It caused the boilers to hurst and It
Is this fart, claims the survivors,
which blew everything to splinters
arniind them, thus blowing the bulk-
bends nnd water-tight compartments
nil away, which allowed the water to
rush into the vessel through the rent
made hy the Irerg.
Tbe survivors rlnlm that they heard
no shorrting whatever, but this is
probably due to the fat that theirs
was the first boat to grt away, troing
In the -tern of the vessel an.l nwny
from lhe rnmnmii'l uf the scnim uf
Peers, These men bud ne yet not
•Realised  that  the ship was  doomed,
one. to intcrforo
RESCUED.
and so there wn*  iii
with ihem.
K111ST TO   DK
"We woro tho first boal to lm sight
eil b.v the I 'in patina," Bald John
Deleeuw. "ami the sea wns like n mil'l
pond, perfectly calm, nol a ripple on
tlie water. The. officers on the ship ol
rescue did everything they could for
our comfort and the passengers o*/on
gavo up their own berth* tbat vi
might  I.e accommodated."
"When the Titanic struck the ,ca-
tierg wm never ibought we would ro
saved, We hoard the loud exploiion
ol the boilers nnd thought the phip
would sink very qulokly. A number
of stewards rushed to one of the boats
which wns almost level with the
water, owing to tho heavy list of the
Ship, Tho stowurds got Into the boal
and I colled to my brotlii'r-in-inlaw
In como also. He .lid not. want to
como at first, but I porsunded iimtu
do so, and lio threw in n s tw i grips
nnd followed inc. Wc cut t'le ICpOS
and rowed nwny from the ship as
quickly as possible, There were no
women in llle boat with r.i*,. They
were all In then* berths nn1 would
nol  trouble to even get out o!  bed."
ll \P   BPOKEN   iN  JH8T,
Mr. Deleeuw suul thnl on 'ne night
before the wreck, two fellows in their
berth bad Bald to them In j*,i't."cpme
let us jump Into ihe water and swim
nwny, the boat Is going to sink, thc
cni-ine    hnve   burst."
He Bald 'hey little thought then
Hint mi the next night thai jest
would become a fearful reality. i«'iunts
aiid life belt*, were undei' the pillows
of each passenger and tho children
had n few days before put them round
their waists and wero fooling with
them, hut when the ship struck thoy
lay sound asleep nnd wore too lazy
to move and  try  to save  thorns* IveS
"If I had known there wore gring
to drown," sgid Louis Daen. "I
would hnvo Jumped Into the water
and tried to save them, if I had
drowned  or not."
Albert Duen snid bis relations bad
transportation from the steamship
to Montreal, nnd the C.P.R. hud given them transportation as far us Revelstoke, B.C., but the tickets had to
be approved at Montreal. They had
just enough money to buy a ticket
to Calgary. Tbey did not know thut
thoir brother wns In this city. as
tbey bad not heard from him (or
some time.
■\ stranger, who happened to know
Mr. Daen, saw the survivors at the
station and asked tbem whore tbey
came from und when thoy toll him
they were natives of Belgium, tbe
Btranger gave tbem the name of Daen
and look them to thc Rogkaway res
taurnnt.
Mr. Daen was out nt the time, but
returned later and was most surpris
ed to aee his relatives, and still mors
surprised to hoar that thoy were sur
vivois (rom the Titanic
The survivor- I ft ih' city yesterday eaening for    Hevelstoke, B. ('..
where  they   will   join  another  brother
Makes lighter.,
whiter, be*t«*r
flavored bread
—produces
more loaves
to bag.   ••§£;
It
PURITY
FLOUR
Sold By~ Hobson C& Co.
RBVBLSTOKB, B.C,
LIQUOR   ACT, mo.
Notice is hereby given that, on the
15th day ol .lune, nest, application
Wlll he made to thc Superintend, nt
ot Provincial Police for the grant of
u license for the sale of liquor by retail in and upon the promises known
as Humbert Hotel, situate near Rovolstoke, II. 0., upon the lands described as Lots 11 und 10, Block 8,
Fourth  Street,  Kast.
Dated this 10th dny of May, 0912.
ROSAHIO DE8IMOINH,
Applicant.
WATKH  NOTICK.
Notice is hereby given that Willis
John Armstrong, of Kevelstoke. B,
C, will apply for a license to take
and use Bix (Gi miner** inches of water out of Mill Creek, which Bows .n
a south-easterly direction through
Section 21, Town.-hip 25, Range 2.
West of thu bth Meridan. and empties into Touca Watha river, near
Big Eddy, B.C.. The water will be
diverted at 200 feet above C. P. It.
track and will bo used for irrigation
purposes on thc land desenhed as X
acres, pari section 29. township 23.
range 2, west of lith Meridan.
This notice was posted on tbe
ground on the llth day ol April, 1912
The application will be fil.il in the
otlice of the Water Recorder at Revelstoke, BI 0,
Objections  may   he   Med   with      the
-anl      Water      Recorder  or    I
Conii.tri.ller  .>f   Water   Rights,     Par
.iumeiit  Buildings,   Victoria,   II    0.
WILLIS   J.   ARMSTRONG
Applicant.
SALE   OK    MINERAL   CLAIMS.
In the Couuty Court of West Kooteuay Holdcu at Revelstoke.
Prank  McAulay   vs.   Ueatrice    Mines,
Ltd.,   (Non-personal  Liability.!
A.  A.  Uoman vs.     Beatrice     Miues,
Ltd.,   (Non-personal  Liability.)
John Guuderson  and others vs.   Beatrice    Mines, Ltd.,    iNon-peiaonul
Liability.)
Pursuaut   to  the  judgements   in the
above  actioiiB   bearing  date  tbe  20th
June  1911,  the order  for *-ule therein
i-nt.i.ne.I  and  thc    Directions    given
hcreiu on tho -11J Muy, PJ12, ten.iers
will   be received  by  tbo     undersigned
for   thu      purchase   ol     ihe  following
miuerul claims:
"lleutr.ee" Miuerul claim lieing Lot
No.   Ij-iti, Group 1.
"Bdmond" Mineral cla.m  beiug Lot
No.  iti'it, Group  1.
"Kolsom"  Mineral claim  beiug   Lot
'• -7, Group 1.
All   situate  near  CambOrM   In     tne
Lardeau  Mining   Division      of      West
Kootenay District, B.  C
Considerable development work   has
been  done on  tbe Beatrice claim.
Tenders are to  lie made in  writing
-ealed   and   marked   "Teodcr   for
Beatrice   Mines   property     »cd      addressed     to the  undersigned at  Rev-
'   ■*•*'.   H.   ''.,
•;2.
The highest or any  tender not nec-
v    acrept-Ki.   Farther particulars    I tbe j    perty will be fur.*.
■V     i   Hriggs,
■   -. .   . . *   .
May   WIS
w    8   McLAUCHUN
Deputy   KcKistrn:
Revelntok.     ll    0
First  issue May  h,  tweeks.
:? £
M
KXAMINATION    KOH    INSPECTION
OK STEAM BOILERB AND
MACHINERY.
Examinations for the position     of
Inspectors of Stenm boilers nnd Mn -
chinery, under the "Sleam-bollors Inspection Act," will be hold at tbo
Parliament Buildings, Victoria, commencing May 18th, 1912. Application
and  Instruction  forms can be had on
application to the undersigned, to
whom the former    must be returned
correctly lllloil in, not Inter than May
1st,   1*912,   Salary, $VM per month, in
creasing $!>  per  month per annum  to
a maximum of $180 per month.
JOHN PKCK,
Chief   Inspector  of  Machinery,
New  Westmlustcr, B.C.
TO CANADIAN AROHITBOTS,
Competition     for     New      University
Buildings  to   bo   Bereotod  at   Point
Clroy,      near     Vancouver,    British
Columbia.
Tho Government of Dritish Columbia Invite Competitive Plans tor the
general scheme und design lor tbo
proposed now University, together
with more detailed Plans lor the
buildings to be orectcd lirst at an estimated   cost   of  $1,500,000.
Prizes of $10,000 will bo given lor
the most successful   Designs submitted
Particulars of the competition and
plan of site may bo obtained ou request from  thc  undersigned.
The designs to be sent in by July
Hist,   PJ12,   addressed   to
THE   MINISTER  OK   EDUCATION
Parliament Buildings,
Victoria.   BritiBb   Columbia.
"CIVIL    SERVICE   ACT."
Tbe q.uulifying examinations for
Tbird-ciass Clerks, Junior Clerks uud
otenogiuphois will bc held ut tho
following places, commencing ou
Tuesday, the 2nd July next:—Arm -
strong, Chilliwuck, Cumbcrlund, Dun
cun, i."Iilcii, <ii,iml Forks, Kumloups
Kuslo, Kelowna, Ladysmith, Nanaimo, Nelson, New Westminster, Pcuch-
liind, Prince Rupert, Penticton, Kevelstoke, Rossluud, Salmon Arm,Sum
meriiiBd,   Vancouver,   and   v ictoria.
Candidates must bc British sub -
Jects between lue ages of ill and 30,
it for Third-class Clerks, and between lt> und 21, il tor Junior Clems
or  Stenographers.
Applications will not bo accepted
if received later than thc i.Mh June
next. lb...
Section 7 of tbc "Civil Service Aot"
provides thut temporary clerks and
stenographers, who have not boen
regularly appointed by Order in
Council, must pass tbis examination
P. WALKER,
Registrar, Civil Service.
1st issue May Hth.
NOTICE OK DISSOLUTION.
Notice is heieby given thut thc
partucrship heretofore existing between William iJ. Shearer and iSaM
A. Barraclough under tbc uumc uuu
West Kootenuy Steam Laundry Company, bas been dissnl.ed.
.Mr. Shearer reures from thc busi -
ness wh.cb will in the future be tar
ned ou by Mi. Barraclough under tbe
■am* name as that under which it
has heretofore   beeu  curried  on.
Mr    Bairaclough   is  the  person  entitled  to  receive  all   moneys duo    to
iie  partnership  firm.
Dated  May  ith,
Earl   A.   Danaclough.
Now is the Time to
Get Your Flower
Garden in Shops
We grow the finest bedding-
out plants that can be grown.
25 different varieties of ASTERS. Write for our complete
price list of ROSES, SHRUBS,
PEONIES, DAHLIAS, etc. All
plants now ready.
FRACHE BROS.,
Florists, Columbia, B.C.
R. Z. CRAWFORD
CONTRACTING
PAINTER
Satisfaction guaranteed
Agent for   Flexlume   Electric
Signs
R. Z. CRAWFORD
Residence Cor. 8rd St. and Robson ave
Shop in Alley buck of li. j. Bourne's
Store, l-'irst Street
Corporation of the City
of Revelstoke
PUBLIC  NOTICE.
i'ublic Notico is hereby given tbat
it is absolutely nocessary that disorders of a BUBpiciouB nature be reported to Ur. McLeun, City Medical
Health Odicer or other physiciuus,
as soou us known. Failure to do this
is a puuisbable olloucc.
By Ord'r,
B.  A.  LAWSON,
City  Clerk.
HITVKLSTOKE   COUNCIL
No.    21,    ROYAL    TEMPLARS    OF
TEMPERANCE
Meots every  2nd  and  4th  Thursdays
in      Oddlellows    Hall,    at  8  o'clock.
Visiting  Templars  are  cordially  in -
vited to attend.
W. E. MUNSON, 8. C.
A.  D. TOURNER.  R.   8.
KOJBBRT 8MITH.
Provincial   Laud   Suveyor,
Mining  Surveyor,
lOngineirlu-J
McKENZIE AVE.,
BOX   106,   REVELSTOKE
HARVEY, McCARTER
AND PINKHAM,
Barristers,   Solicitors,  Etc.
Imperial  Bank  Building Revelatoke. B. O.
Money to Loan.
Offices—Revelstoke.    B.   O.,     ud
Cranbrook, B. O.
Geo. 8. MeCarter,
A.  M.  Pinkham. J. A. Harvsy
Revelstoke, Cranbrook
Smoker's Supplies
The old reliable llow bus llie largest nml best line of Smokers'
Supplies ever in tbe (ity, ond our prices are riRlit. Pilty brands
ol cigars to choose from, l'i ice Ii om $1,00 per box up; not made
Irsin scrap cither.
Meerschaum  Pipes from $3.00 to $10.00
Calabash Pipes from $3.50 Up
Our siock of Calabash Pipes la smnll on account of the
crop being ii (allure this yenr nml qunlity poor.
Briar Pipes in cases from Jjil.no up,
Ask Ioi the famous 11. B, B. brand. Kvery pipe is guaMti-
tecil.
Cigar and Cigarette  Holders, Cases and Lighters,  Poucliee,
Ash Trays and Pipe Racks,    Tell ns wlml you want   nml   wc   will
suit you.    II you intmot call, phone ii nnd goods will bc   sent   to
your home for approval,   Huy early while stock is complete,
McKinnon's Cigar Store
ASK THE DRIVER
Everybody knows him, he will
tell you that tbe whiskeys wa sre
selling are the best. Call nnd he
convinced. No household should
be without a supply of our Harvey's Spoclnl Scotch Whiskey; our
Frapln Liqueur Brandy, guars n I end
.10 yearn old or Blaokberry Brandy
for Medicinal purposos. Our stock
of choice Wines and Liquors of all
kinds are unexcelled. Hold by all
tbe leading hotels, or telephone
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd
Importers and Dealers In Pure Wlnee, Liquors, Cigars and Cigarettes
r
No Other Hosiery
Offers This
t+4
Full Fashioned
-Seamless
Foot-rlnthini*! 'lint fits with nhsolute perfection, for
reasons ymi will readily lee if you'll glance nt the
picture here    .    th** only liote made thai in permanently lhaped to thfl foot ami let), and that is both
Sjeamless and Snug-Fitting
You would not think of hnylni! hone with a lentil np the front
of the leg . . wouldn't tlint tie ui(ly nnd utieomfrirtahle '
Probably you buy the kind with a seam tip the bark only
because you  ilbin t   know   there wns a kind free from   thnt
discomfort  nwi  unsldhtliness.    There is.  however.   You
can get the belter kind In  any   weight   or   color   if you
buy hosiery made by
Penmans   Limited
Paris Canada
Uadsrwtsr,    Sweslsrs.    Hsaiery
7«
NOTICE,
itevelstoke  l.anil District.
t of   West  Kootenay.
unit Ada-lard ri. Ulun-
ilm, ot Halcyon, 11 < . oecupation
iMpwrtgi ■  t" nppiy  for  per
mission     lo      purchase tbe (ollowing
•
1 ummeacing »t a post pleated    2n
'-bains soutb   • reat    ol
••••*. IMP!      'l! I.
hains,   tlimre     west.
in     chains,      tbence north   m chains,
tbence east V)    bains more or less to
point of commencement, auu coutain
more  or  l< h*
Dated March  llth, UU.
A.lHard  ri. Bloi
Huifh   ■ Airent.
•fi .      H.      WALLACB
AHCH1TIUI,
P. 0. Box 146, Hevelstoke, H.C.
HOSIERY
NOTIOB.
Revelstoke i.umi i»i»'
I   of   West   K.,',t.en»jr
Take not.,'<'   'hat  I^ana A.   Blondin,
of Halcyon, B. C, oeenpattos mar
i led   I man,  lUten-'ls to apply o.r i <•<
mission     to      piirrtinHe   ttie.  In lowing
Md   laml:
1 ommendng «t a post planted
the Ho ith flomrdary slity ' liii.tiH v..*hI.
of the south cast corner of l,ot 7012,
thcnr-*n so'it.li 20 obains, thence east
40     chains,    thence  north  M  chains,
to sniti Month boundary of i,ot ittiz
thenee aest elong hum boundary vi
ohm mh  more  or  lens  to  pifint  of lorn*
men-Dement, eontaiulof no acres more
or   loss
Dated March llth, lill,
l<nna  A.   Ml**.i.i*
Hugh I'stiuson, Agent
HUI'ERT   W.   HAGGEN
RevelBtoke,  B.  C.
Domiuion and B.  C. Land  Burveyer.
i-.'i'.l k.nAY      LUUGE,  Mo.  <» A.  r.
and A. M.
Regular meetings are held ln MAB-
UNIC TEMPLE, Oddfellows' Hall
on ths Third Monday in each month
at 8 p. m. Visiting brethren are
cordially  welcome.
W. THOMSON.  W. M.
W. B.  HOBEHTHON,  Secretary.
COURT     MT.      BEOU1E,    No.  Ml.
OF I. O.  K.
Meets in I. a  O.  f,  Hall next   to
Tapping's Opera  House  every  second
and  fourth  Monday  In   montb.   Vint-
.ng brethren cordially  welcomed.
U. VV. BELL, C. R.
WM.   B.   CAMEHON,   Hec.-Bec.
O.  W. O.  W.
Mountain  View Camp,  No.  i'ii
Meets Hecond    aod      Kourtb  Wednes
days    in  each   month   In    oelkirk
Hall.      Visiting  Woodmen ars
cordially Invited  to attend
A.   ,1     WOODLAND,   Con    0om
JAMKH   McINTYRE.  Olerk.
■SELKIRK      LODGE   12,   1.  O.   O.  F.
Meets every      Thursday evening   in
rielklrk  Hall at i o'clock.     Vlartlng
brethren cordially invited.
II.     HIEGKKIKD,    N.  G.
.MH.   MATHIE,   Becretary.
GOLD RANGE  LODGE,       K.  of    P..
NO. K,   REVELBTOKE,  B.   O.
Meets every  Wednesday except   tbe
l binl Wednesday of eaoh month     tn
Oddfellows'  Hall at I o'clock.  Visit
ing Knights are -"rdtally Invited.
0.  W.  OAKLAND, C.  C.
O. H. BROCK. K. of R. ft 8.
X. Ot F.
JUST PUT INTO STOCK
A BIG LINE OF
Fresh Imported Groceries
0. GaUicano, Second Street
j
White-Star-Dominion
Canadian Service
Royal Mail Steamers Sailing Every Saturday
Wireless and Deep Sea Signalling Appatatus
New Triple-Screw-
S.    MegantiC      15,000 tons each
Blectric Elevators       Skilled Orchestra
New Triple-Screw
S. S. Laurentic
lilcctric Heaters, etc.
Sails May 11 th, June 8lb, July 6th
May 25th, June 15th, July 13th
FIRST CLASS, $92,50.  SECOND CUSS, $55.75.   THIRD CUSS, [!
CLOSED]
ROOMS J
$52.50
one-elaaa (I I) Cabin aervloa.
Twin-Screw S. S. Teutonic     Twin-Screw S. S. Canada
58J feet long, 18,0(1(1 horsepower 514 P'cet lonR
Saiis May 18th, June 15th, July Uth.   May 4th, June 1st, 29th
$55 and up, Third Class, $32.50. $50 and up, Third Class, $31.25
All steamers ssil front Montreal, calling at {JucIipc,
Iiuibark ni^ht belore sailing.       No hotel expenses.      No transfer charges
Company's Offices, 619, Second Ave., Near Cherry St., Seattle
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED  1855
Record of Progress for Five Years—1906-1911
Capital
Reserve   -
Deposits
Loans and Investments
Total Assets
19(H)
J 3,000,000
3,000.000
23,677,730
27.4.r>7,090
33,090,192
1911
m 4,000,000
4,600,000
35,042,311
38,854,801
48,237,284 j.
Has 83 Branohes In Canada, and Agents and Correspondents In all
ths Principal cities In the World.
A aSNKRAL OANKINO  UUUINEBS   THAN8ACTED
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Interest allowed at hlgheet ourrent rata.
Revelatoke Branch, vv. H. PRATT, Manager
E.   Q.   BURRIDGE
Tinsmith Repairs, Hot Atr, Pipe
and Furnace work
-WORK   SHOP
Oonnaught Ave.   -   Revelatoke
WALL PAPER
AND CARPET GLEANING
New Lightning Method
Oil Painting, and Painted Walls
Cleaned like new.
!    KALSOMIN1NG
Paper Hanging a Specialty
Estimates Given
Mirror Making and re-Silvering
Glass Cutting and Boring
Glass PVosting and Staining
Picture Framing, etc.
Prices Reserved.
D. W. BRILL
Painter, Paper Hanger, Decorater
Hevelstoke, li- C.
Dr. J. C. Morrison
Dentist
Post OraduaKi Chicago,University
Specialty- All   Porcelain  and
Cast Crown Bridge Work
Cor. Granville and Robson Ms.
Vancouver
Over Harrison's Drug Store
Phone Key—52.18
Lumb
umDermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -  RevelBtoke, B. C
before buying yonr outfit of working clothes
lor the bush. I make a
specialty of lagging
Shoes, Pants, Sox, Shirts
Blsnkfls ami everything
required in yonr buiineii, HATIHUIAY,  MAY  25th,   1912.
THE  nyCJLIL-HER^LXjr),  REVELSTOKE
SAfURDAT,   MAY   2Mb,   1912.
THE ONLY SHOE STOCK
IN TOWN WHICH CAN
SUPPLY THE NEEDS OF
THE WHOLE FAMILY
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. Z- Jtome Si Co.. limited
OUR SHOE MOTTO
Classy Shoes in newest designs
at a minimum cost for maximum wear.
OUR DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT
New Art Sateens
Lovely floral designs; real Old Country
goods; strong and durable; for draping and
upholstering
25c per yard
Ladies' Fine Muslin
and Lingerie Waists
The new ideas in Low Dutch and round
necks, short sleeves. A good selection of
the better quality Maderia embroidery and
Pluen lace Waists. The s3parate skirt and
waist season is here.   These in
All prices up to $10.00
Friday Bargains This Week
on Thursday^
Half Price Table
Here is a lot of infant's long dresses,
ladies' dresses and white underskirts; some
good picking in this lot
All Half-Price
A table of lovely
White Linen Shirt Waists
and Muslin Blouses
all in good condition, and they are *3.50 to
15 waists
All at one price, $1.90.
Groceries and Crocker; Department
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY BARGAINS IN FLOUR
SYRUPS
Our stock of Syrups at the present time are
unsurpassed. Lyles Golden Syrup. Edwards-
burg, Corn Syrup, Imperial Syrup, MacNally's
Pure Syrup, fresh from the Maples of New Brunswick, and other brands of Golden Syrups. For
table use, cooking and candy making, wc can surprise you in Syrups. Phone or send the children
to the Store.
CANNED GOODS
This is thc time of year when yout stock of
fruits and home-made pickles arc getting low. We
have been fortunate enough in securing the famous
Vineland Brand of Fruits and Vegetables this year
and although equal or lower in price to any other,
the quality of this particular brand is the reason
that everyone asks for it. Put up in 2 Ib. cans of
every fruit and vegetable on themarket.
PICKLES
Wc pride ourselves on the fact that we can put
on the market Crosse it Blackwell's Pickles fresh
from the makers at a price that is all our own. Pts.
at 35c. and ljuarts at 65c. per bottle, in Mixed,
White Onions, Chow-Chow, Walnuts and Gerkins,
We save you money by buying direct.
BARGAINS
Two days this week, Friday and Saturday,
we are going to offer you Pl'RO self-rising Hour
for Pancakes at only 30 cents per package and also
a bargain in Laundry Soap at 7 bars for 25   cents.
Remember—This Sale is for Friday and
Saturday Only.   Don't Miss the fargains
FANCY GROCERIES
Wc 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 be had in all the first-class stores.
We are able now to fill orders for anything
and everything you want.
DINNER SETS
We are 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.
Ladies' Cotton Hose
A table of ladies' cotton hose, plain tan,
plain black and some fancy hose worth Mc
a pair
cAll at 25c per pair
Child's Wash Dresses
A table of child's wash dresses, etc.,
good picking here, just as you get off the
elevator
zAt 50c per garment
Separate Skirts
Lots of these selling these days to wear
with the comfortable shirt waists we have.-
A good showing just now of the light summer tweeds and lovely black voiles-just
right for tho warm weather.
From $5.00 to $10.00i
A Lovely Line ol Little
Children's Wash Dresses
French and Dutch styles,  for children
1 to 8 years.
All prices from $1.00 to $5.00
Men's and Boys' Furnishing Department
Straw Hai Bargains
A table of hats that will interest you, All
sizes, all shapes, straw and linen, both are here.
For garden hats or working hats they can't be
beaten at any price. Every hat marked in plain
figures.
Our Special Price Just One Half
the Regular Marked Price
c
Sh.
anvas onoes
We have them in all sizes for men, women
and children. Both grey and tan canvas with
leather trimmings and pure white canvas. All the
new shapes.
MEN'S OXFORDS—In tan or grey canvas,
leather trimmings. ' Special Price ,
$2.75 per pair
LADIES' OXFORDS—In tan or grey canvas,
leather trimmings, medium sole, leather cuban
heel.      Price	
$2.25 per pair
Wkite Buckskin Sh
oes
This season will be a seashn of white footwear
for women. Buckskin will be worn almost entirely
for Summer dress wear. We arc prepared to meet
thc demand,
WHITE BUCK POM PS—Thc new last, which
will not slip at thc heel. Medium Goodyear
welt sole	
Price, $4.00 Per Pair
WHITE BUCK OXFORD—Short vamp, lace,
Cuban heel, Goodyear welt sole	
Price, $4.50 per pair
WHITE BUCK BOOT The new short vamp
last, buttoneJ, top made from plain rib craven-
ctte, which will not soil the clothes	
Price, $5.50 per pair
NUBUCK OXFORD-Thc latest novelty on thc
market.      Short vamp, Cuban heel	
Price, $5.00
NUBUCK BOOT—Button, with large buttons,
the new short vamp, medium heel, Good-year
welt sole	
Price, $6 per pair
SHOE POLISH
When you want your favorite polish come to
us. wc can supply you with any reliable polish that
is worth while. Just look at this list and send in
your order.
FOR BLACK SHOES
Each
Whittemore's small paste  15c
Whittemore's Ouartcr Ib. tin paste  25c
Whittemore's '.. lb. tin  50c
Packard's combination polish  25c
Gilt Edge Liquid  25c
Hume's Special  Liquid  2.sc
2 in 1 Large paste  25c
2 in 1 Small  15c
Patent Leather Cream  25c
FOR TAN SHOES
Each
Whittemore's '4 Ib. tin paste  25c
Whittemore's Half Ib. tin paste  50c
Whittemore's Ox blood, half Ib. tin  50c
1 in 1, small tin  15c
Ralston's '4 Ib. tin paste  25c
Kalston's Combination   25c
FOR WHITE SHOES
Each
Blanco, in wooden box    15c
While Beauty Liquid    25c
White Buck Liquid    25c
I
HOUSE FURNISHING DEPARTMENT
This Department has everything that you will require to make your home bright and cheerful for summer, and now is the time
to look over and make your selections, at prices that will suit your wants, from a well assorted stock of Wall Paper from the
best manufacturers in the east, Rugs and Carpets from Germany, England and Eastern Canada at prices from $5 for a 9x9 Union
Rug to the very best that can be had and in all sizes.
Lace and Lace Curtains
We have the largest assortment in the city, most of which
are imported by ourselves direct from England, enabling un to
sell at a price that saves you the middleman^ profit.
Screens—by the yard or make into curtains, a good assortment
Madras—We have both colored and white in very dainly designs, from 20c per yurd up.
Linoleums and Floor Cloths
A good assortment of Nairn's printed and inlaid in patterns
to suit every taste at prices that are lower than can be offered
again owing to the advance in raw material.
Beds and Bedding
We also slock a full line of beds, mattresses, blankets, com-
1'orU and pillows.
Bargains for This Week Only
We are offering a special reduction in Japanese Rugs -9x12
at $3.20; 2jxCft S1.25- 3x6ft $1.96 Everything in that line
will go at bargain prices.
Anything not mentioned that you want call in and
ask for it, we will be sure to have it if in this line.
/
--*i--;i^*''-  -:.- ■■-■ -        ■      •■■■■■■—    "'■" SATURDAY, MAY 2*r>th, 1912.
THU 3^CA.Xr1-I3:E]R^.3Li±>, RBVSlLBTOBra
SATURDAY,  MAY 25 th,  1912.
HOT    WEATHER    GOODS
SALE PRICES ON ALL WOMEN'S UNDEKMUSLINS
Here   is  an   opportunity   of   buying your Muslin
Underwear at Special Sale  Prices
Women's ^Muslin Drawers.
Women's c^VIuslin Combinations
Women's Muslin Corset Covers
Women's cTWuslin Princess Slips
Women's Petticoats
CHILDREN'S DRAWERS
Call in and  look over the  Special
Prices for this Sale.
Embroidery Needs
Swiss Cambric and Fine Nainsook
Edges and Insertions, Flouncing,
Etc.
Bargains, Bargains
Throughout Our Entire Stock.
Call in and see what we have in
store for you at Cut Prices.
REID & YOUNG
COMING EVENTS
June    24—For     one    week,  National
Stuck Company, Empress theatre.
uctoi»ei- 7—Managing     Mildred uperu
Co.,   Empress  theutre.
THE CITY IN BRIEF
"A Kool uud His Money" at the
Edison theatre tonight.
J. u. Sibbald, Jr., returned Thursday from a lew days business trip
to Gulden.
In the absence ol the Ilev. Mr. B.
J. Chuve, Irom the baptist cnureii.
Mr. Girtord will have charge ol ihr
morning Bervice.
K. G. Foley, manager ul thc J.H.
Walton KealtJ i of, lell the middle Ol
the week lor \ ancouver un a business
trip. He will return ou Monday
next.
The Baseball dunce at the opera
I."'...-* last uignt wus a hugh sUceeM
over IUU couple being present. Music
.furnished by th*.* Hei elstoke City
Hand  waB guud.
The lollowiug new men came tutu
the Kamluups district ni tue Methodist church—Wm. J. Beamish, Sal-
mull Arm. Wm. HiCtuby, .Notch Hill;
w. H. Ractaley, Rose lull; J. llubiu
suu, Shuswap Lakes; li.ii. Horton,
'i'rout Lake.
The Ludies' Aid uf the Methodist
church will serve tea and have u sale
ol Hume Cooking, at the huine ol
Mis. Kul.sun, Thud street, on Wed
nesday, Muy 29th, afternoon and ev
\ Im - i. afternoon 16c.,
, rening 26c,
livery  right-minded  man  In  1! vci
atoke .ind   vicluity   wants a copy    ul
the Moil-Herald bandy in cuse ul em-
ergeni es erj   lor It;   uud
prudent housewife* Insist uu liming
in tbe puntiy at all t.mes. ll
aids : fi -• on, lantabea blues, cha*es
■i.it aad creates conflden e. Now Is
t..* ;.me to give youi favorite can 11
•late .,  mbsci .ptiun.
Rev. It. J. Mclntry return d (rom
tat Methodist conference In Victoria
, l n Tl *      stat
cumm.tt—- ha<: to  take    him
uut *      * ■•   toke I    dli a pn mini nt
Coasl       ■     I * .- to Hie
tim****-,;.   arrival  ol   i  numlici  *,I tele •
■ * .n protest   bey     se
to permit h,m to return lor u
. .r.  Kevelstoke.
On Wednesdaj      v. In Vie
•   : ,.    Mr.   K    J ■   .ind      Minn
•rei]   known      in
sited In ni
by Ret    R   J   Mclntyre, ui.clf of tt, *
I.-; ir.    i *••  happy couple ar.   t...-. i
,-i tr ii  tbi o igta the coasl . .''  I
■i. storn  to i"-. *'   if
Three Ynlle     where Mr.   Stewart has
.lire;*I"!   et   petition   (Vltb   tli*   lium:.
ion Sawmills company.
SEEDING-    TIJULIE
As llie time has arrived when vou must ilo vour seeding, we wish
lo draw your attention to the (act lhat our seeds are all fresh and
new siock uot any old ones left to slulT off. Our Union sets are
the best, either the Dutch Set or the Multipliers,
FLOUR AND FEED We have just unloaded one car of Purity
Hour, One Car of No. 1 Timothy Hay, One Car Feed, including Oats, whole or crushed, Wheat, Barley, Com, Bran, Shorts
and Chops. If you require any of these, let us quote you priees.
We Can Save You Money,
A. HOBSON,
MacKenzie Avenue
Y.M.C.A. NOTES
A meeting ol the loothall enthusiasts  -was  held   on   VV, dnemliiy   even -
Ing at K:ir>.   A guud attendance    of
I members  were  present gud tbe follow
ing  business • waB  transacted.     That
Mr. A. Thomson,     act    iih secretary
i pro torn, ami that    the     proposition
. ol  bringing an  outside football team
Ion tbo ist of duly  he considered   at
the  events  eoniiuittic,  which      ineetB
Friday eveniug.   Also that all iuobc
'desirous ul playing be on the grounds
early  Tuesday evening,     when    alter
practice another  meeting will be held
A baseball schedule Is to be drawn
up shortly, and the captains of each
team are requested to hand iu the
names ol tbeir players at ouce to
the Association Secretary, so thai
there will bc uo misunderHtanding
when the team- ure ready for play.
The regular monthly meeting ol
tho Hoard ol Uiroctors was held last
Tuesday evening, when the uunuul reports lor ilie year wile presented.
Secretary Thomson was appointed to
represent Uevelstoke Y.M.C.A. at the
National convention ol the Young
Men's Christian Association, to be
hold May SOth to June 3rd iu Winnipeg, Man.
The Board thought it advisable to
wail and hold our annual meeting
during the (ii'Ht week of June, bo
that the secretary may have an opportunity of securing u few prominent association men to drop ot! at
Hevelstoke und give us full details of
the great convention.
Kvery cllort is lieing put forth to
make July Isi a red letter day lor
Hevelstoke in the sports line. Every
citizen will bc kept busy all day on
the recreation park. Refreshments
will be served to save you from going home to lunch, and the Itevelstoke baud  will  be  iu attendance.
You Who Are Constantly Travelling
What Protection Have You in Case of ACCIDENT By 6oa or Land ?
Drop in and we will explain our Improved Cold Mom!
Accident Policy, double liability, only costing {30 s vear.
55.1)00 on life and 5111,000 double liability, paying JJ5.UU
weekly indemnity,
KOOTENAY  AGENCIES LIMITED
Financial Statement
Thirty-seventh  uuuuul  baluucc sheet
of the Imperial  Hank of Canada,  presented 30th April,  1912.
LIABILITIES.
Notes In emulation ...J 5,303,012.00
Deposits not. bearing int. ll,0Dli,740.41
Deposits   bearing in  43,'J31,23S.'J2
REVELSTOKE
R-enownod [or Its beautiful soaiory
l'1-nlicing  to  romance  and  chivalry;
V-aBt In  its resources of wealth,
B-ohoIng glad tidings of health,
L-iind   of    the    candidate   [reo  and
bold,
S eckiiig   to win sis   bun Iml in gold
T-aot  and      energy     is     all   that it
takes,
O-h what a difference a little work
makes.
K-oy    to     success   iH  iiow   iii  your
band
E-ntcr  today,   and  that   six  bund -
red  land.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday,
vaudeville nml moving pictures at
the  KmprcBS.
WANTBD—A smart, boy to delivery
papers for the Mall-Herald, alter
I p.m., Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Apply  to  Mall-Herald  Offloe.
FOR HUNT—An eight-roomed House
with half-ncre garden planted in
assorted vegetables.—II. N. Coursier
STOCK UHNKHrt    ATTENTION - I
will take horses and cattle to pasture. A large pasture with lots of
food and water, with shade. All
reasonable care will lie taken of
stock, but same will bc ut owucrs
risk. Apply to W, Fleming, Palaoe
Livery   Stables. 2t.
FOIl SALK—Modern ten-room house,
situated on Third street, Hevelstoke, iu the best residential dis -
trict, this is a snap and will bear
thorough inspection. Apply Mr. Vi.
Snider,   Third   street,   Itevelstoke.
The Crest Titanic disaster, high
class vaudeville between tbe pictures
at   the  Empress.
On Sunduy iu the Methodist Church
the pastor R. J. Mrlutyre. will
preach. Subject in morning. "Does
it pay to Serve Cod." In evening,
"Echoes ol Methodist Conference in
Victoria." Mi. Ralph Lawrence will
slug a solo nud a quartette will be
rendered by MiBSS Pagdlu, Mrs. Mc •
Intyro. K. Cameron and P, Samson.
A cordial invitation is given the
public.
Don't   forget   the   vaudeville      and
moving  pictures     .Monday.  Tue
and  Wednesday,  Empress theatre.
How Delegates Stand
Deposits    other   bunks ...
Cupitul   stock   puid   up...
Reserve Fund  	
Dividend No. 87 (payable
1st May, 1912) lor three
mouths, ut rute of 12
per  cent,   per  annum...
Rebate,   bills   diact	
Balance of l'rolit an-d loss
Aec.    carried    forward ...
US,010.3'J
0,000,000.00
ti.OOO.OOO.OO
These  tigures are  based  on. records ASSETS.
of delegates  instructed or pledged or
who  have  "expressed   preference  and   Cold  and  silver  coins
do not tuke into account rumors eir-   Dominion   Covt.   notes
culated by ruber side of changes uud
desertions;
REPUBLICAN
Taft     . .   4S0
Roosevelt       3.V4
I.a  Follette      3t
' ''iminms        1"
1SO.000.00
188,642.26
..   1,022,787.88
$73,751,067.88
.* 1,662,£79.16
. 10,795.326.50
WANTED—A young girl ol about 10
or 12 years of age, who is fond ol
children, to take charge ol a baby
every afternoon of each day of the
week. Steady employment for good
girl.   Apply to Mall-Herald,
LIQUOR  ACT,   1910.
Notice is hereby givcu that on the
15th day ol Juuc next, application
will bc mude to the Superintendent
ol Provincial Police Ior thc grunt ol
a license for thc sale ol liquor by
retuil in und upon the premises
known us Humbert Hotel, situated
near Revelstoke, B.C., upon the lunds
described as Lot 1, Block A, 1'lau
636H. jb
Duted  this 25th  of  May,   1912.
Rosorio  Desimoinc,   Applicant.
NOTICE
Owing to high water drift logs und
saw logs ia thc river, the Stoumer
Kevelstoke will not muke her usual
trip on Thcsday, the 25th inst. The
trip will be made neit Friday as
usual.
-.. il i^!«L
Stoi! ili* w
I
Do not waits your energy ami rack your nervei "shooing*1 away
BUY  SCREENS
I'lu'ti you will enjoy a quiet snooze, knotting you will not he
peeled with those horrid mosquitoes,
We can supply you with screens In any size from 21 lnob.ee to Ifli,
and prices from !20fl  per yard up.
Extension Window  Serecns lioin 2"ic. up.
Screen Doors, any size, from $1,78 to #2.75.
Our Hammocks are the neatest ami most comfortable nlul will
wear the longest,   Prices from $2txi up,
.lust arrived »shipment of "York" and "Lawn Queen" high wheel
imll bearing Lawn Mowers from Q6.60 up.
New corrugated bnseguornnteed not to kink and will stand steam
pressure, also plain rubber hose.
Do not forget we carry a complete line of Gardening Tools and
Watering Cans,
MR. OARPENTKR, when you wtnl first-class tools, remember,
" we are the people."
PAINTS OILS AND CLASS.
Revelstoke Hardware Co., Ltd.
Howson Block
4*"'"
EMPRESSTHEATRE
MOST UP-TO-DATE THEATRE IN THE INTERIOR OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA
TOM MARKS CO.
TO-JSriGKHIT
SATURDAY, MAY 25,   1912
"A FOOL AND HIS MONEY"
Case) Jones With Ollie Mack
Including    s   Mas-
sacbusetts d.degates elected to
 880 I Dom   & Prov. Gov.    Sec.
.umber in National Re] ■ m«  Prov.   Govs	
convention iu7>,  Canadian     Municipal    Se
Deposit with Dom. Govt,
lor security of uote circulation       249,066.03
Notes ol and cheques on
ather      banks       3,523,469.51
Balance due from other
bunks in    Canada        S32,7112.73
Balance due from Agents
In   i Mted   Kingdom    1,7*0*,049.35
Balance  due from  Agents
.n   Foreign   countries...   2,719,833.33
617,914.99
168,169.61
I
100
.-•
Needed to nominate    ., ms
Needed   •
Need to giv,    h*
Vet  to  lie chosen
DBM0CRAT8.
Clark
•Wilson .
■ wood
Marshall
Baldwin
Uurke
•   -i
■md     class, tin!   . ,n
.   rk 90     dei'*.*
The      suc-ess   of     Oi.
comedy,  "i asey Jones
a   cyclonii   unture  that  tbe  manage •
ment  was induce i  to  ..i im
companies   there lx
productions   now   -'Hiring    the
diflerent  sections of  the  country; the
Inai  "number  one
beaded  by Ollie  Mack
era H
ollii*  Mack .- well remem
.i.- tbe Co Stai in the famous M
aud  Mack
tt,,   ' 'hut* i",   'Pinnegaa ■ Be
aa   public   prefer* nee   tbil   *     -
to lavor  comedy  and  est.' Dumbel
medians, an enthusiast Democrat!)   convention
',11     DO    lot!   I *      *
ivortte in  .i new  play.
POPULAR PRICES, 25-50-75
Plan at Macdonald's Drug Store
Iiii llfi
J
GOOD BUYING IN REVELSTOKE PROPERTY
84
I-
. ted
•T:. - rate
Great   I from  T"«hn,  wtnrti Governor   t
high   *    .. . ;;,.     Popul
ind   * i       Don'i   *   . plete,   wbich  w.ll  make  Wilson  total
treat
Genuine  B)| try,     the
past  explained,  tbe  tuture  foretold ty       Hsserve   your    seatk  early   for     ttie
Madame     Katrine  ibe Gypsy  Queen , rom     M.irk-    Co   tonight,     \  I'ool
and   British   or
Colonial    pub securities
other   than   Canadian...   4,343,907.73
-     r'.H.lway and  other  bonds
Debenture    and   stocks     737,368.43
md short    loans  on
stock  and  bonds  in Ca-
    3,277,814.21
,nd  short   loans  on
stocks   and   bonds   else-
re than (n Canada      1,001,378.11
die-
advances     10,171,036.13
osn  pro-
sd   for, 17,566,86
tbu   than
ant   premises i 70,461.22
''I"! t| ii'*- i d  real    itate
sold    by   the     bank n    -    11
prta  ■        .nciiut
ts and ni
■
100,000.00
lets, not ini
mder foregoing    beads
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
lots or a few acres for market gardening, as the railaoad development promised during the coming year will insure a very large increase in property
values.
McKen/i'  avenue, opposite star tbe- and
atre. bite,
BEWS'   DRUG STORE
PERSIAN 6HERBERT    Large
pound l.« air*-   SOc. Eai h
CITRATE   OF   MAQNE8IA
-tc. ]>i
I.Pltlr.
BARGAINS IN SOAP
Pntttitiiilk	
Ontinr.il	
Hcn/o Glycerine   	
l.lili-rflower-ffc Cucumbei
25c
REXALL    ClYCIMMI   MAP-Blgbl
Ounce (/ikes for .'0c.
GERMAN SILVER LADIES' MESH BACI
Prom   11   t"   >'**   excellent
\ alu^s.
Well Known Books
at 75c. Each     3 for $2
" The Innir Sliinii
" The Bqusw Man "
" Thr Harrier "
" The Silver Horde "
" Pndklei "
" -Spoilers
" Thc t rlsis
bews THE REXALL STORE bews
His  Money ■ ulevllle
latest  Jongs.
607.33
Hownon's     are      the  flrst  to ihow
their  hammocks  this season.
Smart Clothing for Eastertide
NEW  EASTER DERBY    AND   SOET   HAT8 '" »II  the
IsteM 'duir|p4 nnd  nhapflfl
Spring Shirts, plain or fani •      rcoloreil  ■■ th broken or
double strij,,**., fancy corded materiel  from one dollar "u
EASTER NECKWEAR ill   llic   Intent   »lisde»,
in Mro*n or Green, Croi    Bai      ilan itripe, narrow   or   Howiiiu;
ends,
SPRING SUITS   AND OVERCOATS   One JlM to MC thl
Isrtfe range lo have   an  iden of  the  uliadei   and   pHtterim they
have lo , boose Irom.
'McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Fit-Reform Clothing        Stetaon Hail        Foot-Rite Shoes
A FEW SPECIALS
House on 25 Foot Lot, Third Street, West  $1200  TERMS
House on 50 Foot Lot, Third Street, East  $2650
House on 25 Foot Lot, Second Street, West  $1800
House on 50 Foot Corner facing Rjecreation Park $3000
Fifty Feet on McKenzie Avenue, close in $1100
Fifty Feet Corner McKenzie c^ve   a Snap at $1200
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 the mile ami a half circle, only four blocks from car line, which
are over $50 per lot under market value as we can show you by comparison of prices in the Moose Jaw papers, but as we have only a few
left, wc will close them out at thc old price,  which is a positive  snap  at
$175 EACH
One Quarter Down.   Balance Over 18 Months
J. B. WATSON REALTY COMPANY
Local Agency, Home Loan and Contract Co.
E. O. FOLEY. Manager, MacKenzie Avenue
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