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The Mail-Herald
Vol. 16 -No. 27
REVELSTOKE. B. C. Al\KIL!> 1910
$2.50 Per Year
easy it is tu apply, "nil how beautiful on' ils results.     Adit ua to show you
■ tint card anil copy of " I .nines, Healthful and Beautiful*",
We carry a full line of all shades made
also the principal colors in Frescoes
V8?2i
WTTqXjiiO
Nk * 'rms£22=B&Zf
BERRY BROS. VARNISHES
Recognized the world over as the Best
Varnish Made
Try Liquid Granite on Your Floors
Full lines ot* Paints and Varnishes in stock.
Readv Mixed Paints $2.00 per Gallon.
Lawrence Hardware Co., Ltd.
Plumbing and Tinsmithing
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Office   Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Authorized
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
$10,000,000.00
5,000,000.00
5,000,000.00
Branches nr Agents at all principal prints in'Canada.
Agents in Great Britain and United States—Loudon, England,
Lloyds Bank, Limited. Chicago—First National Bank, Corn Exchange National Bank. Seattle—Seattle National Bank, San Francisco-Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank. Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of $1 and upward, received, and interest allowed at
current rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
a
SUN ARDON
)!
TO ENSURE A RECORD CROP
OF
Choice Strawberries
Tomatoes and Apples
AND TO
Improve  Your  Lawn
USE P. BURNS & COMPANY'S FERTILIZER
Successful Production Under Roman Catholic Auspices
General satisfaction iB being expressed at the high standard of excellence attained in the production ot
the well known Itish drama "Shaun
Anion," hy the members of the Rinnan
Catholic Church on Wednesday night.
In Bpite nf the repeated sets buck in
the producing of the play Irom various
causes, and in spite uf lhe (net that
there were no eleotrio lights on Wed
nesdny night, tbe players were not
discouraged mid did their best to
please their audience and produce the
play as well as could be done under
the circumstauce8. The uncertainty
as to the lights on Wednesday had
the effect of keeping many people
away, but nevertheless tbe New Edison Theatre was well filled. The
management had done all it could to
supply light and make its patrons at
home and comfortable.
The "Shaun Aroou" was the first
stage production iu tbe new theatre
and tbe stage ard fittings are admirably adspted for any kind of play.
Ae regards tbe piece itself, the caste
had been carefully chosen and each
took his or her part with confidence,
any hitch or awkward stage psuses
being conspicuous by their absence.
The players worked in harmony
throughout the whole three acts and
warmed up well to their work. Tbe
plot and story made the play interesting and at times exciting and gave a
clear insight into the condition of
affairs in Ireland some yearB ago
when landlords bud little or no regard
for honor or for the feelings of their
tennants, and when the agents for the
rich owners used graft and unjust
means to till their own pockets with
the money of the poor hard working
farmers.
R. V. Waters as the "Shaun Aroon "
the   light   hearted   and  light pursed
Irish   boy   acted   his   part   well and
I r >ught a thrill  of  humor and gaiety
• u tbe   pioce.     J.   A.   Caley as Lord
Fermoy   and   disguised ae Bad Andy
showed  excellent talent, big make-up
and portrayal of bis dual role showing
that he had carefully studied his part.
J. B.   Hughes was the personification
of the rascally type of Irish land agent
aud played with realistic cunning aud
deceit.     G. DeGrace as the sturdy old
farmer   Dan    O'Grady,    proved    his
merit and acted   carefully   and   well
the   many   emotional   scenes   which
were   the   feature of   the plot to ruin
his   ho.ue.     AI.   McLaveu,   as   Tom
O'Grady was Beeu to advantage. While
W.  Wire,   the   detective,   made   the
most of his minor part in the   arrests.
S. G. Robbins was well made up in the
role  of   the   Shylock   money   lender
Henning and acted his   part   in   true
style.    D. Jackaou as 1'at the servant
added a spice of true Irish wit aud fun
into the   many   pathetic   and   tragic
Bcenes   and   made the most of his opportunities.     Mrs.  J. **. Hughes waB
an excellent Mrs. O'Grady, while Mrs.
I A. Perry as Molly O'Grady curried out
I her rather emotional part with   vigor
and intense feeling.     Aliss Lucia Alc-
- Carthy as Maggie, made many friends
land created much amusement by   her
j excellent repartee and amorous Bcenes
, with Shaun Aroon, as well as showing
> unmistakeable   merit   in   the   whole
play.    Her actiug .md general deportment were much admired.   The actors
generally   deserve   much    credit   for
their work, the play   being  managed
by J. A. Caley, while thu rehearsals
and pr> duotion were under the management of Mr. antl Mrs. W A. Sturdy,
all of whom worked hard and well tu
make the piece as good ai ponlble and
had there been electric light the evening would have been one ol the best
attended of any yet.
The "Shaun   Amoo"   will   be   pro
diiecd again aburtiy.
SCHOOL PROBLEM
Plebiscite Carries  for Sixth
Street
Great interest was taken in the
voting on the school bylaws and plebiscite submitted on Thursday, and tbe
polling booth waaorowded all day. C
J. Anuui acted as returning ollicer:—
VOTE ON PLEBISCITE
The result of the vote of the  plebiscite was:—
For Block 50, Sixth Street     228
For Block 52, Second street.   ...    172
Majority for Sixth Btreet site.      53
PURCHASE OF BLOCK  52
The voting resulted -.—
For the purchase     107
Against the purchase     199
Majority against Bylaw       32
NEW SCHOOL
The voting for the $30,000 towards
a New school was as follows:—
For the Bylaw     203
Against the Bylaw     104
Majority for the Bylaw     15S
There   were  only   eleven     spoiled
ballots in the whole vote east on each
issue.
Horrible Suicide
Slralhroy, April 7—A  widow  Dinned
Mt-.  Early  - iturated  her • lotlic .
fire to liet soli    ■ I bin tied Io deatti  No
reai on tor her act i- kn  ' i
Presentation By Club.
A number of members of the Revelstoke Club met last night to make a
presentation to T. E L. Taylor who is
leaving Revelstoke. In the absence of
the President, Supt. T. Kilpatrick,
Mayor Hamilton acted as chairman,
and in a few words announced the object of the gathering and referred to
the regret felt by all at Mr. Taylor's
departure after so many years residence here. On behalf of the Club he
presented Mr. Taylor with a handsome
glass water set and case of pipes.
Mr. Tavlor, in thanking the Club
for their handsome gift, expressed re
gret at leaving so many good friends
but felt that in going to settle in Van
couver he was acting for the best.
G. S. MeCarter referred to Mr. Taylor aB beiug one of the founders of
the club, as an old resident in the city
and as having been instrumental in
bringing in capital to Revelstoke and
taking a leading part in the early
days in boosting the city and helping
in its progress. He had done much to
further tbe business interests of the
city and general regret is felt at his
departure.
C. R. Macdonald, J. AI. Doyle and
W. Cowan each made appropriate remarks and wished Mr. Taylor every
suecess in his new sphere of usefulness.
Mr. Taylor haB been associated with
many of the n?w enterprises, eports
and city institutions that have been
started from time to time, besides being alderman in the city council. His
many friends regret his departure and
wish him every success on the coast.
The family leave on Monday for Vancouver.
SPRINC HOUSE CLEANING
Our Store is well stocked with tlie materii Is for this
necessary work. We carry ALABASTINE antl
MURESCO the Sanitary Wall Finishes in all colors.
FLOORGLAZE, an excellent enamel ft r Floors, Oil
Cloth or Furniture.
GRAN ITI NE a hard Varnish that will stand wear.
Oil and Varnish Stains, Furniture Polish,
A full line of Sherwin-Williams Paints, Varnishes, Linseed Oil, Handcraft Stains, White Lead. etc.
Brooms, Brushes, Mops, Soap and all kinds of Washing
Compounds.
BOURNE   BROS.
Groceries Hardware Stoves Harness
THE CANADIAN  BANK
OF COMMERCE
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000     Preserve, $6,000,000
DRAFTS ON   FOREIGN   COUNTRIES
Arrangements hove recently been completer] under  which  the  branch—
of this Bank are able to issue Drafts on the pnnc;pal points
In the following countries:
Finland
Formosa
Austria-Hungary
Belgium
Brazil
Bulgaria
Ceylon
China
Crete
Denmark
Egypt
Faroe Islair «j
France
Fr'ch Cochin-Chin*
Germany
Great Britain
Greece
Holland
lcelaoi
IfMiia
Ireland
Italy
Japan
Java
Manchuria
Mexico
Norway
Persia
PhiUiptne Islands
Kou mania
Russia
Servia
Statu
South Africa
Straits Settle
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
West Indie* •
and t'lscwber*
NO   DELAV    m   ISSUING. *ULL   PARTICULARS   ON   APPLICATION
REVELSTOKE    BRANVH-a      H      ALLEN.    MGR.
Sporting
I1ASKIIM.I.
Tin' Itevelstoke Baseball Club met
nl the V. M. C. A. parlors on April 0th
tor lhe purpose of electing officers for
the year. The following officers were
elected:
Hon; Pies.   T. Kilpatrick.
Hon. Vice-President—Mr. Cooke.
President—K. a. Mcltae.
Vice- l'i esident—\V. Marion.
Sec. Trens.—Geo. H. Knight.
Manager—R, Squarebriggs.
Executive Committee Joe MeKinnon, II. Mulholland.
Judging hy the ntmilier present
considerable Interest «111 be taken in
the game this season. Several new
players are in town and classic ball
can he expected.
Kamloops
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ranch** in i utry I
into tin V..
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estate to ai      ' -  ,,
illl'l   -.i   fa!   .;-   '   ■
intention of 1 to l>r..k
upall the ai
in..-.      I • • .  . lid     t.i
H. IWkman I from   Vi.
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f Seyi bird Ave.
lie  Vicars'
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Deny.
Lawn Tennis Club
An enthusiastic meeting • thi
Hovel '..I..- Lawn Tenuis Club ua- held
last niulit In discuss the arrangement1
for tho coming year, Tho new uili,i.i-
for tho sen on aro!
11. i n   l'i.. idonl   Mayoi  Hamilton.
Pro idont: A. II.  Ulon.
Vice l'i" idont; Vi, M. r.awren a,
Soc.-Treo i.: I'. I'. Cronj n.
Executive: C. K. Macdonald, \ I),
Md 'IiiumIi.iii, .1.  Y. T;i\ lor.
Lndic Y.xe, ulivo: Mi II. Cunningham Mori i . Mrs, I. I'. Mel i iiii.iii and
M       [Tardy. 8
li \, i d... idod li'.'ii il" annual luh
Brriptions should bo lho amo a ln»l
year:   Ladies, $2.50; Gcntlomen, 85.00.
\ vote of t hi nl. - wo    pai ed lor the
use ni tho li"<]iitnl grounds     tor I , I
sen ion, and the locrotury w ,    Instru
ted  in write lo tho hospitnl  author!-
ti.     i   ii  iln'  ground    could      bo
lecured for :i month or two   until   tho
i ii i    al  tho recn itioi
un     MrKi-ii'ii' Avenue, woro in condl-
tion.
Robbery at Arrowhead
This usually peaceable little town
wiib thrown into quite a state of excitement on Monday last owing to n
daring attempt at burglary. The
store of one of our leading lur merchant! wiib broken into and a choice lot
of pelts of variuUB kinds were quietly
lifted while the owner was absent. Hit
indignation may easily Le imagined.
Soon, however, a volunteer delect ive
force was put on the trail oi tbe d, -
perate men and they were Boon mn t.
earth in a blind alley. When Ci n-
fronted with their crime tbey put up
a pitiable tale ofdiitreti and poverty
starving wives and hungry ufTip-ing,
etc. It rcfleete much end:: on tbi
mercy of our friend the (ut merchant
that on a return of the [un bl di
ollnod to prosecute tbe offenders, but
station   what  lie   ttuiti^ht   ol   tl
accepted their word ai t' their I
conduct.
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111        . April 6—t»o
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and in tl progi
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for'   ono yeor     thi
South   Wricai   Vetera
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Rogers Passanowslide vlewsat Hews'
drugstore.
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morning,   Vpril 'uli .  101     n •
Inlvi'e, :
ft THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, fr 0-
Saturday, April Oth, 1010
©ok and Read!
Actual Comparison of Eastern Catalogue
Prices,  Freight Added, with
f
o wson s
Winnipeg price
Weight
Freight
Total
Kitchen Chairs
50c.
101b.
23c.
73c.
Ki'chen Cabinet
$6.75
1501b.
$3.53
$10.72
Dining Table
10.55
1651b.
3.87
14.42
Dining Chairs
88c.
121b.
28c.
1.16
Dresser and Stand
8.95
1501b.
3.52
12.47
..
1.25
1601b.
3.76
15.01
Bed
3.55
601b.
1.41
4.96
Bed
5.35
681b.
1.59
6.94
Dominion Spring
2.40
601b.
1.41
3.81
Child's Cot
5.10
751b.
1.76
6.86
Ostcrmore Mattress
15.00
Howson's Price delivered
70c.
" "   $9.60
"     14.40
1.20
"     13.00
••    14.00
•     5.20
"     7.20
"    4.00
"     7.20
"    16.50
We make our profit by shipping in car load lots,thereby
saving freight rates. Bring catalogue giving description of other
goods not specified in this list to our store and we will prove our
statements. Remember we deliver goods and^set up free from
breakage.
R. Howson & Co., Revelstoke, B. C.
BOARD DF TRADE
Regular Monthly Meeting - Important Business Discussed
Tbe regular monthly meeting 'i
the B^ard uf Trade was hold on Thursday night with Imi small attendance,
VV. H. l'ratt. president, was in the
chair.
SEW   Mlvi'    -
s, Sutherland was elected a new
member antl W. Cowan and 11 II
Sa ivi i wen proi cl ion  n    I
month.
Rt plies were rec       I from   Hon   I'
Taylor and Cranhr » li B i»rd   I   I
re     licensing   ii ioeraul    ■• i
agents
Mr. Burrill, M P.. Senator Bnstock
ill tl   II   H     ^ 11
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nay with ai
gen il  r   H -• ck     i\        H
Pugsley i ■ ■
I'i.i rivi • an 1 I
Reve -•  Iti
Postraai
The r> •
m ittera wi
wo ti'i ;.
Hon   i   i ■
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Mr     i ,
stating that the new distributing
tariff o i the same basiHan Nelson, had
been secured aad found as agreed.
That larill is now effective.
The committee on freighcand trans-
nortation whh nuked to prepare a case
showing the difference in riites from
eaatern parts oi Canada to Revelstoke
with local rates to local trade points
us compared with same matters to
Vancouver und to ask the assistance
ol the Canadi n Manufacturers Aseo-
ciation to further the examples into a
i presentation to the C. P. R.
[reigbt officers and railway commission.
i     ■ MIX,    i.  .1 i:   -   -
. -i will be sent by the Board
t.i the Canadian  Manufacturers Asso-
aviting them  t.i include Rev-
■ itinerary   :'   their   pro-
post        -' -;' this Aug ii
• cretary was
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STEAM LAUNDRY
'-Vnrk—Business Ra-
pidly increasing.
by hand, electric irons being employed. A conimodiotis steam drying room
ensures every article to be well aired
and dried before leaving the laundry.
Power is supplied by a 10 h.p steam
engine while a 15 h.p. boiler furnishes
heat and steam to the variouB machines. A staff of ten hands are
steadily employed. The syBtem of
marking in use is tbe most up to date
in existence. A feature of the laundry
is the promptness in delivery in parcels and the absence of any mistakes,
all work being carefully and beautifully executed. VV. G. Shearer ia in
charge of the laundry, while F. Barra-
,,'i looks alter the washing and
the drying. VV, II. Robertson is in
charge uf the ollice, tl. Carter being
eogineer.
lanagement are   doing   their
giveevery  satisfaction to their
patrons  and a visit   to   the   laundry
will ci nvince the public thp.t only the
besl ind   most   hygienic me
thods are employed and the work tur-
the highest  possible standard of .-xe-ilence.
Corporation of the City of Bev-
elstoke
Revelstoke, B, C,
April 7lh, 1910.
The result of the voting on the
Monev By law for the purpose of
raising $4,750.00 to purchase Block
■j'J, antl other ground for school
purposes as stated in the by-law
wns as follows :
Por the By-law 1(17 votes
Against the By-law.       .   109 votes
Spoiled Ballots        11
Total  377 votes
I therefore declare the  By-law
defeated.
(Signed)    ('HAS. .1. AMAN,
Returning Ollicer.
Corporation of the City of Rev-
Revelstoke, B, ('.,
Apni 7ih, 1910
Tin   Result ok the  I'i.f.iiisiiti:.
taken April 7th, 1910 :
For Block No. 50, (ith St,   '2'25 votes
For Block NTo ~>2. 2nd Si   [72 votes
Spoiled ballots (I
Total III;; voles
I therefore declare the Plebiscite
in favor of Block 50, (ich Street.
(Signed)    CHAS. .1.   A.MAX,
Returning Ollicer.
Corporation of the City of Revelstoke
Revelstoke, B. C,
April 7th, l'.HO.
The result of the voting on
Money By-law to raise $30,000.00,
for the purpose of the School Trustees, taken on April 7th, 1910, was
ns follows :
For 'he By-law 2(12 votes
Against the By-law        .  101 votes
Spoiled ballots.      ..  11
Total 1177 votes
I therefore declare the By-law
carried.
(Signed)    ('HAS. .1. AMAN,
Returning (Mlicer.
ved  tiii-  week   al
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ind Olives, ('hiver's
herrj     Jam.
Balls,  i .ui -   Biscuits,
md  dairy   liut-
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To Trappers
Oa       - Paid
B.   WELLS,
for Sale or Rent
5 Y \< • J'SI S    O !■"     REG I' NATIONS    GOV
E3RNIKG   THEJ   Dltfl'uSAL.   OF   DO-
MIMUN      LANDS      WITHIN      THE
RAILWAY   BELT   IN   THE   PKUV-
INCE OP  BRITISH  COLUMBIA.
A LICENSE to cut timber cun be ao
4uin.1I only at public competition. A
rental of J,"» per dg.uu.ro mile is cnui'tjeii
fur all Umber berths except those situated west of Vale for which the rental in
at the rate of 5 cents per acre per annum.
In addition to the rental, dues at thi
fallowing rates are ohargjeH;—
Sawn lumber, 50 cents per thousand
feet  n.n.
Uailway ties, eight and nine feet loi.g,
I L-2 and 1 3-4 cents each.
Shingle bolts. IS cents a cord.
All other products,  5 per  cent on   the
sales.
A license Is issued so soon as a berth
Is granted, but in surveyed territory no
timber can b* rut on a berth until Uie
Licensee bas made a survey thereof.
Permits to cut timber are also granted
at public competition, except iu the case
of actual settlers, who require the tlm-
i..'i' for their own use.
Settlers and others may also obtain
permits to cut up to Iuu curds of wood for
sale    without    competition.
The  duefl  payable  under  a permit  are
tl.60 per thousand feet H.M., for wjuare
mber   and   sawlogs   of   any   wood   ex-
:ept -»ak; from 1-2 to 1 1-2 cents per lineal
foot for buiidniK  logs;  from U 1-2 to ~
per cord for wood; 1 cent for fence
posts;  3  cents   for  railway   ties;   and M
per cord for shingle bolts.
j   for grazing  purposes are Issued
for   a   term   of   twenty-oue   years,   at   a
rental of two cents per acre per annum.
!oal    lands   may   b«   purchased   at   lit*
foi  I ifl    oal and i^u for anthra-
Ite,     Not   mote   than   32u  acres   may   be
me  Individual  or company.
rati i i        cents per ton
»liect< d on  the gross
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Loose Tea Loses Flavour
It not only loses flavour, but worse than this, loos©
tea takes on new odors, such as coal oil, molasses,
onions, coffee, soap, etc.,—to say nothing of
its exposure to the sun, duct, dirt and
air.    Therefore for your protection
ii sold  only in  sealed lead packets—never in  bulk.
■  Blurk, Mixed mnl Natural Green, 40c, 60o, tOe mil 70c jkt lb. —>
Scotch  Whisky
A Record of Nearly a Century.
It was in tlu' year 1S15 nearly a hundred
years ago- that the first gallon of Watson 9
Whisky was produced.
It ii distil led to-day in precisely the same
careful, conscientious manner as when first
placed on the market. We use the old-fasnion-
cd Pot Still and distil only from Malted
Barley.
Not a quart is ever hottled until we have
first assured oui selves that it is thoroughly
matured and that maturing process, hy the
w.iv, takes place in Sherry Casks, a method
recognized hy experts as giving a specially fine
flavor.
So firmly do we helieve in the unvarying
excellence of our product that we guarantee
absolutely every bottle sold under our label and
capsule.
Insist     on
Watson's
"THREE STAR"    A mllJ. tkorougUy m»tur«J Scottk.
"NO. 10"-A tuIUodieJ, richly llavorfj Scotch.
JAMES WATSON & CO., Limited   -   Dundee.
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he Fences wear Best—Styles (or Lawns, Parks. Farms ami Railroads. 14,000 mile* of Pag *
Fences and 73.000 Pane Gates now in use In Canada. Our 1910 Iren -•. are better than *mr. G«4
our latest prices and booklet. £
5o,p      • E. G. PRIOR & CO.
VICTORIA AND VANCOUVER Fuu ud C.t- ia Stock
Doyle and Allum, Ltd
are disposing of their entire Stock nt a
small advance on cost. It will pay you to
investigate their prices on Diamonds,
Jewelry,  Cut  Glass,  Silverware,   Watches
Doyle and Allum, Limited
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from country ol orij   n.
WHOLESALE    DEALERS    o:     Y,
"REVELSTOKE    3=J.
I
West Kootenay Steam Laundry
Revelstoke,  B. C.
Your White Curtains  properly   and   promptly
ed.    Satisfaction guaranteed in all lines.
Woollens a Specially.
Phone 71      Office Corner 2nd. St., and Mackenzie Ave. T-MMN*.
Saturday, April 9„h, 1010
TliE MAIL-HERALD REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Page fl
Synopsis of Canadian Homestead Regulations
WATER NOTICE
Notice is herefiy given thai an appli-
ANY available pomlnlnn. Lands within the cftll()ll wffl  De madfl und r   p    t   v    (tf
Kmlwuy  Hull in uritish t ulinnmu, limy
\m namestesded by nny uer.-oo who is tho solo . tho    Water Act,   1909,"  to obtain
head ot a ittiuUy.nr nny main over UJ yours of
a^o, to the extout <»f ouo*quartex Beotloa of ltii)
acre> more or less,
Kntrv must be made personally fit tho locui
laml ..it,,-,, for the dial net in whioh lliu lain! is
situate: Kntry hy proxy may, however, he
made on rorUtin conditions hy tho father,
Bother, son dnufrhtor, brother or sister of au
[utaadiutf homesteader
Tha homesteader Is required to perform the
conditions oouusoted therewith under one of
the following plana i
(\)  At least six mouths'ro<ddoaee upon and or BOurce (it unnamed,  the description
■   Little  stream,    unnamed,  running
ill lako i of mile easl i :' said
license in the Revelstoke Division oi
Wcsi Kootenay District.
(a.) The name, address and occupation oi the applicant, Jacob S, ffiens,
Kakusp, 13, ('.. fruit grower and vegetable gardener.
(b.)   The  name of  the  lako,   stream,
years.
(8)   [f the father (or mothor* ir the father la  oul  ,,f
deceased) of the hnmfl iteader resides upon it i       ,
farm tn the vicinity of the laud entered for, thej ll,u»-
reiiuirom*mi^ .i> to residence inns Im satisfied       /   \   ti s  i     *   ,•        ■        nn       i
by mum parmu residing with  io father „t\    lc')    ''"' I "  "f diversion, 20 rods
"l"'l'"'; ,        ,    , .,        wi'si of onsl end of Iut 2, sub-division
(.t>     If llll, M'Ul'l ■ l:;l - Ill - p.inilillHMll ri^uloilCf,
apoo farminglinirtnwued by him in lhe vicin-   of l"t   l-TI Gt'oup (I).
it, ..I his li..n"'-i".i.l. Un. requirements as tn i     / i ,   • ,-, r        . .    i
residence nn j be  istlsfied b)  resld ra upon I    (''•)    ' h"  quantity  of  water   ap] I
the said lei d. for  (j„ ,.u|,h. f,.,.,  ,„.,. second)  one i lb-
Blxmontbs aotiee in writing sbnuld be given   . ,
t>. tin,  CommNslouer of liomfulnn bands at   io fi'ut  por second.
Ottawa of ii.t.i;.imi, to annly for patent. I    ,   ,   -n        . •    , i
Cm.,   foal miulng rights muybo leased for     le>)    " Iiarnetcr ol   the proposed
a  period nf tweutj-me years  at hi, nuntiul   worlts; Taken with   sewd irraaha teem
reutal nf }1 i.-ir aero.   N.u   more tluin -."'ii *
am,,   shall   In,   lnn-0,1   t.i   nun   iiiilivi.iillll   nr i   trenm   to   garden.
fnnipatiy.   A royalty nt tin. rate nf live emus      ,. ,    .,., . . . ,    ..
pertonshallbecolleotedon the merchantable      •'•)    ""•  premises on which  the wa-
coal mined. ^   ^   ^^ ,or   is   ,„   |„,   useJ|   T.ol   J   Subdivision
Depnty nf the Minister of the Interior,    'of Lot -1-71 Group (1)  [Cootenay.
N H.   unauthorfied publlcatiou nf  this ud       ,    .    .... . i ■ ,   '.i
rartisementwill nut b ml f..r. (g.)    1 he purposes for which   the wn
-  tor is to be used,—irrigating vegetable
garden.
Revelstoke Uud District. I    (h.) If for irrigation, describe     the
Distiictof Wesl Kootenay. land intended  to be irrigated,  giving
Take Notice thai I, M. K. Lawson, acreage,—1 acre on west end of T.ot 2
of Revelstoke, housekeeper, Intend to aub.divisioa of Lot 1271 of Group ll)
«i,,,lv tor permission in purchase the i    .,     ..., . , ,,
following described lands: |    (k)    "ma notice was posted on   the
Ooiutuencit rni n posl.planted at the  14th day of March, 1910, nml an ap-
south-east    ner  ol   Lot  8,668, and plication     will be mado to the Corn-
marked " M. K.   Lawson'*  North H'csl.      .    . .,,,.,, t   ,     -i   a
','        ,.   ...   ,,          „.  ,   .           ,,    missioner on the     th day of April, A.
Corner PobI  \  thence 40 chains south;
thence 40 chains west; thence 20 chains  "•• 1<-110'
north; thence 2" chains east; thence     (I)   Hive  tho     names and  addresses
Mchains north to line of Lot  8,608;!0f any riparian     proprietors or licen-
3STOTICE
thence alone said line to place of com
mencenient.
Dated October ISth. 1909.
Nov. 17-tf.   MINN IK K. LAWSON.
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sees who or whose lands are likely to
be alTi'i'tf'fl by the proposed works,
either above or below the outlet,—
Buisnall Bros., Robert I.a Hue, Nakusp
B. C, below outlet.
Dated March 16th.,  1910.
(Signed) m.16.
JACOB L. WIEN'P,
Nakusp, B. C.
Fop Sale op To Rent
Two 6-roomed houses and 1 acres of
and. Been cultivated for years. All
inds of small  fruit.  A  good  location
00.
Corporation of the City aSFvS :;;r,:"tr:::";:;::
of Revelstoke
now  is Your
BY-LAW NO. 119.
A BY LAW    in   s'l'nl' L'I' CERTAIN
LAM'S  111 NX ING THROUGH
BLOCKS NO. 50 & XO. 53.
Whereas  it  is  deemed  expedient     to
stop up portions of ilm lam's as hereinafter described.:
BE II' THEREFORE EXACTED by
the Muni, ipal Council of the Corporation oi tho City of Revelstoke, in
open meetinc ass,.ml,I..,1 ;ls follows:
1.   That   a'l   that   portion of the lane
in Block number Fifty (50)  lying   between the westerly boundary of Rob-
on Avenue and the easterly boundary
f McArthur Avenue as shown    on   a
plan of part of the City of Revelstoke
an.l numbered 62G I. AND all that portion of the lane in Block number Fif-
ty-three   (53) lyiug    between the westerly boundary of Wynn street      and
the nasi.uly boundary of Pearson St.,
as  sln'wn  on  a   plan  of part  of      the
City nf Revelstoke and numbered 636,
be and  tho same are hereby under the
uthority    ol    Section  50 Bub-section
M'.' of     the    "Muni,ipal Clauses Act"
topped up.
Read a firsl time Ihe 8th day of
(aroh, 1910.
Read a  on I  time the fith day
of March, 1910.
Read a third time and passed
the 8th day of March, r.HH with the
unanimous consent of the Council.
Reconsidered and finally passed
and adopted by the Council the ISth
.lay of March, 1910.
(Signed)     J. U. HAMILTON,
Mayor.
r.1,'1 CE A. LAWSON,
City Clejk.
I certify thi- ii a true copy of    the
By-Law passed by the Council ol   tho
City ol Revelstoke, I' <.'.. Manh 18th.,
1910.
BRUCE A. LAWSON,
City Clerk,
tion of this property.
A good     investment,
time.
E. PICARD,
Revelstoke.
City of Revelstoke
Property ov m ra are requested
in notify either the Citj Clerk nr
the Cily Assessor nl' anj sales i.i
thr Ciiy ami vicinity I'm' 1910
ABsessmenl Roll.
B. A. Lawson.
City Clerk.
Eggs top Hatctiin
F.^ps for  hatching from  the  follow -
iny imported pure bred Btocn:
S. O Rhode Island Reds.—82.00.
Silver Laced Wyandottes,—82.00
Haired  Plymouth  Rocks,-?-2.00
S. C. RnlT Leghoms,-$2.00
Cornish Indian Game,—32.00
White  Crested  Black Polish.-?2.00
land.'ii Geese.—$3.00.
Imperial  Pekin  Ducks.—81.75.
Also stoek from  the above for sale.
MRS. It. A.    UPPER.
NOTICE.
Nolice   is   hereby   given   that   the
partnership   heretofore   existing   between the undersigned under the firm
name and style of The Paget Supply
Co.. has this day been dissolved by
mutual consent and the business in
fm ure will he carried on tinder the
same name by E. AY. B. Paget.
All accounts owing by tbe firm will
he paid bv. and all accounts owing to
the tlrni will lie collected by E. \V. B.
Paget.
Dated at Revelstoke, B.C., this 5th
day of April, 1910. 4t
i Signed i       E. W. B. PAGET,
JOHN AYII.SON.
BICYCLE AGENTS WAXTED,-
where we are not now represented.
New Bicycles for 825, and up.
THOMAS PLIMLEY,
1110 Government St.,
Victoria,  B.   C.
WANTED—Young    girl   to do light
house work in small     family.     Apply
Mail-Herald.
Announcement
J. p. Sutherland, having purchased the
Rxpress Business "f  I'.   W.   B,   Pagel
Ihis in advim   tin    public   that   foi the
present In Mr. I'agi
phone numl
there will Uei tion.
E, \V. B. 1
theia oatn ua
been rum
asks lor li : ttherland,
a contiuu n I
him.
FOR SALE
A good Horse suitable for
Saddle. Harness. Packing or
any class of work.   Apply to
A.  J. CARLSON. First St,
Anywhere in Canada, the United Stales
and Great Britain at the same price i
®k Napalwm
(Junt-ntr)
The price is marked on every shoe by tlie maker—
thr. dealer cannot charge more if he wishes—and that is
v.^v you find the Napoleon Shoe in the Store ot the
Merchant who is content to sell many shoes at many
siciall p.ohts.
Trade marked and price branded shoes are never
fotsad in the long-profit shoe stores.
A long-profit man is a shoit-sighted merchant.
A long headed Merchant is a short, quick profit man.
And where you find The Napoleon Shoe you'll find
a merchant who would rather sell two pairs of good shoes at
$5 than sell one pair of unknown shoes at $6.
Napoleon  (hoot-rite)  Shoes   are   sold
only through dealers selected by the makers,
the Foot-rite Shoe Company.
There is one Merchant in each  town
who has them.    Here, it is—
I .'..i rito
For Sale Oniy at This Store
MeKinnon and Sutherland
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
THE FLV PEST
ous Ily th'iti anything else can do.
IUI    MOSQl ITO
Under   Or.   Doty   the   swamps   of
statin 1-laiul were almrsi  puiged  of
Importance of Its Extermina- breeding pum rnr mmquitoM >nthe
,. years when h»conducted liiscampaign
llOIIi in those   <[ti«rttra.     Stagnant    pools
It ie no news to the publio that the were removed    minnows   and   other
Ily and mofquito are about the woM am,,n fivh ''' ;   ' "" '   i,1t0   running
problems that modern human nature streams   to   leed on the larvae oi the
has to meet.    The fact that tlu.-i'in mo«quito   alter  the eges wPre laid on
seots, through oontaot with men, wo- the water, and a   time   of  happiness
men and children,   spread disease and wa8 ,n Bight
disaster has long been  known, and in      This   is   the   linn    [or careful and
the past decade systematic attempts concerted work against   the   Ily   and
bave been made   tu   riil the   land   ol the mosquito, for they  will   both   be-
their menacing presence. In a certain gin to appear in a lew days,   and their
degree   this has   been   accomplished, numbers will   grow   steadilv   greater
Great tracts have been freed from the every hour.     Every   farmer can help,
mosquito pestilence;  the iwamps  "I and every man,   « ''nun   and ohild in
suburban towns   have   been   drained lh untry,   A fpw general rules may
and pleasant valleys, hitherto made be laid d wn I r cai ting n thi work,
uninhabitable on account of the rava of which thesi an th most import-
gee of the tuoequito, bave been rendei- ant,
ed habitable.   But the work has been        ro exti iy
done only in   detached   regions.    So      Keep all garbss   teceptacles covered
national campaign has ever been wag at all times and have   theni   emptied
el against tlie Ily   und the   m ipquito. ae fn    lently s« p ssi    •
Now something is going to be done. Le..ve   nothing   tine  ipred about a
According to the health department *u':' :" : -' bat all manure is re-
ol New York City, about ball the moved at least onci a week,
dattlio from typhoid fever in the city K'"'l' !'' mi'k ;' :t " ";•'' w;""r !''*•
each year may be attributed to the dis ehers covered ind leave no food or
tribution oi germs by house fliee. The l>uit uncovered s can alight
small pest, feeding on filth of every
description, carries billions of germs
wherever it goeB. it feasts on the contents of^tlie garbage can under the decomposing rays of the sun,  and then nu"
when you have left your dining room campaign, I uBe  where there is no
window open,! enters   to attend   your stagnant water themorquitoeggs can-
on it.
OT OUI IL'ITO.
Li ive no stagnant   water anywhere,
This single rule in   the   case   ol   the
own repast.    Vou are annoyed by the
presence of the swarm t.f lliea and you
brush them away impatiently. If you
only knew how much more annoying
these pests are, you would not show
annoyance, but alarm.
Tbe mother  who   enters   the room
ti t be batched.
IM. B. Notes
TALES FROM THE WONDERFUL WEST
A Dear Little Girl
At the Rink
Sat Down Just as Quick
As a Wink :
Said She "I Don't See
Why They Giggle at Me,
It is Very Polite—
I Don't Think!
I'll Just Sling The Old Skates
Out of Sight
And Stay Home With My Mother
At Night;
IJWill Learn Light House Keeping
with
ROYAL CROWN SOAP;
And May Soon Have a Home of My Own
Don't You  Hope:
That Will Beat Roller Skating
All Right."
DESIGN   PROTECTED   BV   COPYRIGHT
The first annual meeting of F. Co.,
1 2ml 1.'.-_;i.. Rocky Mountain Rangers
Kifle Association, was held last night
in the Drill Hall, when  the following
where her tahy is  sleeping in his crib olHcers we lected for 191  :
1 and brushes the  Hies away  irom the      Hon. President    Li   tl   I'ol. Holmes
. little fellow's  head   ia   doing more to Officer  Commanding   I 2nd   Uegt. R.
enable her offspring to sleep in peace.   M. Y, . Kaslo, li. t.'.
She iB perhaps saving his  life, for the      Pretddenl    Capt.   R.  Smith.  O,
department of health declares that by   ''• Company.
fir  the greater   number   of   cases of      ' ma,u'"1
, • llttte.
bowel complaints so common  among .   .
little children  are caused   by   germs m.^J.
carried to tbe fond uf the little victims Auditor   Lieut. A. Gi
Tbe astonishing   figures are given to Range!   u              -_•    O. Garner.
show that of the 7,UUU deaths among Corpl. D. MacDoi dd   Pte. DutT.
little   children   in   New York   alone A team will I                   I  rtheCan-
j every year from what   are   known  as adian   Rltie   League   matches   which
i "infantile diseases,'' at   least oOUU can   will take pla i: the lii'. and second
i be traced to infection by house dies. Saturdays in June and  the  tii-i    ind
Two years ago health  authorities of \ s •'"""' 8atul ; IV* ;" Jul-V
It   Is  al«n pioposed to enter a team
Secretary
Lieut.   C.
C.
A.
J.
New York took IU different insects
common to the city and examined
them under tbe microscope. Tbe common bouse Ily appeared to be so iar
and away the filthiest in its appearance that there was no comparison between it aud the other 413 bugs ol
various kinds. On the body of one
little Ily there were found 1,222,670
different  bacteria,   enough   to   kill a  Cap'. R. Smith.       i'i
few thousand human beings. £0,rP'- MJLcDoP?,d   ;!'
* l   .1. out. Dun tld        21
Another experiment was made.    A Corpal Meek             -J'J
Ily waB caught in a sterilized  fly  net Cot-pal Aldridge       1",
and dropped into a bottle of sterilized apuii.  ii
water.   Then   it   was   shaken   up  a   \'"1 s&- D9na'}'       '-'
Lance (  apl A
little and the germs thus washed from   s^i. Snivthe
its body in the manuer that the germs   Capt. Smith
Is
for the Daily Mail Empire l'i ze.
Judging lii'in the following scores
made on the range on April 2 and 3
last, the A.ssocl ition should be able t"
put up a Btn i _■ I   .■! .
Tlii- week'- ii'I" range -   ires are as
foil ws:
a: kil 2xn
2
32
600 total
31     88
i.aiin i
Duff..
M ii'll.ii a '1
•J'i
28
2f
I'.i
Si
U
33
.
^1
Oft
21
18
■f'2
21
29
would be removed from the Ily should   Jf
it fall into a glass or pitcher  of milk.   Corp
Then the previously  pure water was Pte. Voting
.     ,        .   . Lan.Coip.Oveil
examined, and  in   one   caBe   it   waa
,    , ,    ,.    •,       the weekly prize m the  Miniatm,
found that the Ily a bath in the liquid ,,_,„.,.  n ,h' ,M. „ ,,      w
hud filled the water  with no lesa than
IU
IT
l'i
•2d
2f
18
21
21
85
Si
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it
x7
84
^2
si
St
til
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last
ui-.-k Iiy ( I, Meek with tin' score
of 20, ind this week by   Sgt.  Garner
.il-., n ■ r. the •   ire i
|i is to li" h 'i" d tl   i   ': •■  membei -
will turn oul in full strength to dull
Vrrmlrr
nf IlrltUli i ,luinl,i».
Coming Events
Ai -    12—   Royal Chel    n'. Tap] ing'i
i.. .   ,i,
18—Y.M   I     v.     \ :. "':••   Y ite -
! '
  • Eckh.rdt
\   ■ ; ■ .
F^ F^ ft™ f& ^ 0
SODAS
fThe flour i odn   mnj I d, i"'1 i]
i Iml is wauled id cuil     it i   nnl nil I Iml  ;   ili )     Snilas
pi vi
«(In id fl      r i I       miring ll  I  llavor ol   I
,    • mcc ul  n  perfi ell) ...
V . ..,., i     V.         ild bn;   ii fi   ■ . • nl i'l"
I 11 do po—all 11                      in
, Mind I ..    .Minn ii.m' v nrking "I
that yea-it, wi ''l;ii llavor for which t'ole)'   Sn ll
(am .
■' ■   nr  pn ly    nl ,va)       weet, crisp    il     itood
nil t lir \\ ny thron
Foley  Bros.  Larson & Co.
MONTON WINNJPEiG VANrOUVPR
.  WMJstr-n
6,000,000 germs.
Think of it' Thu baby's milk
might jiiBt aa well huve been in the
bith tub of this ily.
l>r. tieorge Koben, of Washington,  '
declarea that   a   systematic   tffort i n   ,ll~"
the part ofthe public would maio   the
Ily extinct in a very   few   years.    All
that is necessary i- eleanines", for the
bouse ily cannot i \i-t nrithi ut filth.
The female lays hei eggi Invai
in     filth     of    some    kind    ■ i     anu
ther — in      the      excremi nl
■table*, in   garbage san
lays 120 egifs, in   twtlvi
natch Into 120 files.     'I hi  '■ males ol
this -i oond ge tion th
another batch   ol   ''►'i'
Dumber in a day alter they
Into the "rorld, and   a il,. .   , iti.
third generatl n laj -       - i
may easily figure up   h iw
Hprings wllljbe tract al
ily ai tbe end ol a week—mil
III.'   faol   ■■■
iliiiiriili, nol to say in.;.
tu exterminate the fly   Bui
„- the li a. ii.' •'■'■2 ay
where  there   i-  filth, it la   ni cess try
cinly In do away with the   liltii   or to
keep It wl  'lnd Con"
Oleaner sanitary  arrangements,  eov-
eted garbage oani, pr teel -,               •              uedlan,
heaps—im pi                          -     • ' *nd ti I star com-
will do ;.. in i   ".i un i  tl •   dan I                         n Theatre,
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THE MATL-1IERALD REVELSTOKE, B- C-
Saturday, April 9tb, 1010
Zbe fl&aiMbcralb
PUBLISHED WEDNESDAY ANU
BATURDAY   AT
REVELSTOKE. B.   C.
Jntcrtov publishing Company
Limited
Subscrip.  on   Rates
Including ponuigc lu  i       nnd, United States
and Ou..     i.
By the year [through prwtwrtloe] $>.5o
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Quarter " "    i.ihi
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TERMS- Ctwh, Subscript! a payable in ad
vanoe.
ADVERTISING   RATES.
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,"• colli* per liiir i'iu*li *utwcqueiil in-fi-iinii
Metwureniotil - Nonpuriol [12 Uiich nmke ono
inch]. Store and general businoMi an-
ii.iuiir.'Miriii-. %■* Hi ,„.|. ni.'d por month.
Preferred putuiioti*. iW pur uout. ad-
(UtUb'tl. Hiitii-, MurriugoH and Death*,
• r    each   in-.-r; Iuu.
Land   in-ill-.-   $7.,5n    All  advertisement*
mihi<'<'i in tlit) nppruvalof t lie uuuiagottu ut.
Wauled aud Condensed Advert isoinon In;
AgunN Wanted, Help Wanted, Situations
wauled,    Situation*     v..runt.    Toaehorn
W. ■(]   MeehauicH Wunlod.  IU wordw or
If- :'■■ ,. eai li addition d line 1" couU
Change* in iiuindiug advertisement*) mUBt
in'in ii) \> ii. iii. 'lui-t«day and Kriday of
utcti wook !«• secure good display.
CORHKSPONDKNCE invited ou matters of
public interest, Communications to Ktli
tor must bo accompanied l>> name of
writer, not nooo-utarily fo publication, but
as evldonoe of good faith. Correspondence
should be briof.
H
AKVKV, MoOAKTEK
AND PINKHAM,
BAKKIHTKKB, SOLICITORB, KTC.
Okiticks :   [MPJCHIAL Hank Building Hkvkl
S'l'OKK,  B, C.
Money to loan.
OIHco*: Hovolmoko, B t'.    CrHubrook, B, It,
GKO. d. MoOarteb
A. M.   I'lNKHAM' J. A.  HAHVKY.
Itovtilsloke, frrtlilirt'iik
-tiTILL1AM '• BRIGGS
Barrister
Solicitor, etc,
Solicitor fur:—
Thk Canadian Bank of Commerce,
The Molsons Hank, Etc.
FIRST .ST.,   -   REVELSTOKE, B.U,
kOBERT SMITH
K
Provincial Land Surveyor,
Mining Sin vi-yur
Engineering
McKKNZIK  AVKNt'K,
Hi>x HKi, Revelstoke
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AI.U'N &   EVELEIGH,
ARCHITECTS
Vancoi'vkk ami Revelstoke, H, (',
Ml eiiniiiiuiiieiitinn- addressed tn Posl
office, Revelstoke, will have prompt
attention.
REVELSTOKE GENERAL AGENCIES, Lit
REAL   ESTATE,   LIFE,   FIRE   ANU   ACCIDENT   INSURANCE
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when it was wanted of this portion
of the city light ami powerplant on
which so much good money has
heen expended for the special purpose of providing against such
emergencies.
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Mountain   View Camp. No. 220
■ M<. Beoond nml Fourth WedueBdfty§ in
eat-h ttionlli. in Balklrk Hull. VtsitlD Wo.Kt-
nton oortim'iy invited to niiend.
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J as. .\ti-lNl\ liK. Clerk.
Kootenay Lodgo, No. 15, A   r. & A   M.
ar-*\. The  r«tfuhir meet
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SELKIRK LODGE 12. LO, 0 F.
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cordially Invited t<. atteud.
L   PBOBVX. N.O. 1A8   MATH'K
Cold Range Lotlga. K  of P.
No. 26, Revelstoke, B C.
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THE MAIL SERVICE
We don't know what the mail
service is in the east; but we do
know that in British Columbia it
is notoriously bad, and on all
hands one hears complaints of
delayed delivery, letters going
astray, antl a generally discreditable service. We know also
thai complaints have been made
to the inspectors with little satisfaction. The tendency is rather
to whitewash things than to get
at the root of the trouble and
carelessness so often complained
of. We consider the Postmaster-
General should give some attention to the matter, and perhaps
commission one of his staff to
visit this province and look into
it with a view to bringing about
a much needed improvement in
the mail service.
holes. Mosquitos do not breed in
running water. The annual expense to the city of this work
would be small, and the benefit
to be derived from the reduction
of the mosquito pest in the city
would be appreciated by citizens
and visitors to the city during the
coming summer.
It would also be well if the
health bylaws were at the same
time directed to another serious
menace to the public health,
namely the house fly. In another
column we publish an interesting
article on the menace to health,
and the suppression of fly pests.
This article shows clearly the
great benefit to be derived from
the civic health authorities insisting on the prompt removal of
garbage, cleaning of stables
and the covering of slop
tins kept for the waste of
the kitchen, as a means
of heading off the menace to the
health of the community from
the house fly.
POLICE COURT
THE MINING OUTLOOK
The  outlook  for the bona tide
development of the mining industry of the Province was never
better.     It   is  predicted    thai
within the   next  twelve months
the coast real estate boom will be
as dead as a door nail and  that
the capital now flowing into real
dations   will   be di-
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the tendency is in that
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Siwasti Indians in Trouble-Drunk
and Disorderly.
Business liae been very brisk ruund
the City Police Court these days the
number of convictions being much
above the average. Spring is always
heralded by tlie transient hobo who
drifts into town in his "break beam
pullman," but in the majority of
cases this week the convictions have
been against foreigners who have been
in the district for some time. The police are particularly vigilant at thii
ind are determined to preserve
law and order, and the large round up
rr-tiionally of those who have broken
,w should be a warning to that
element who persist in disturbing the
peace of the city and becoming a nui-
-ai.r.- to the community at  large.
- la; morning   the   docket
- - leven  cases,   J. H. Jack
son J. P , the bench.
M. Truj Itwtr in    I u charged
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Andrew, the Slumvup Indian, admitted being drunk but the police
were unable to lind the man who gave
him the liquor, although Andrew said
he had been workiug at McGee's
camp at Adums Lake. Accused was
lined $10 aud costs or 7 days iu gaol.
The line was paid.
Duncan, the other Indian, was also
convicted of being drunk aud disorderly and was linod $10 and ousts or 7
days.   The line was paid.
Mcintosh Laurie waB accused of being drunk and disorderly and being
with the above mentioned Indians
and was lined >|;HI and coBtB. Tho lino
was paid.
DOMESTIC   STRIKE.      'JJ ^JJ
E. E, lliisselton was charged with
being drunk and disorderly, information being laid by W. Fleming. Other
witnesses teatilied that accused had
used bid language at tho Fleming
stable and a line of $2o nud costs was
imposed.
E, E. Husselton wns also cbarced
with disturbing the peiO") and quietness of the h nne of Mrs. Margaret
Leslie. Accused pleaded not guilty.
Mrs Leslie stated that Hmselton hail
frequently come to her house, and ne-
haved in au unseemly manner especially on one occasion on Wednesday night.
Accused denied boing near the house
ou Wednesday niglit or at any time
except on one occasion when Mrs.
Leslie called him iu to put another
man Canii A>to out who had come in to
tbe house and refused to go. He said
that J. Leslie, plaintiff's husband, asked him to go into the house as a
witnesB to catch a man with his wile
the plaintiff, and have proof uf misconduct, so that he could secure a
divorce. Ou the occasion when Canii
Aao was in the house, be (Husselton)
had been called in by tbe plaintiff and
Les ie had come in with him. Mrs.
Leslie stated that Leslie had watched
her house and paid Husselton to
watch her too. Accused denied this,
and also that he had never been near
the bouse except on this one occa-i jn
The court warned Htisaelton that he
was not to go near the house again;
the evidence supporting the charge
being weak and the accused huh bound
over with two sureties of $100 each to
keep the peace for 12 months.
Sam Bickerton was brought up on
a similar charge as Husselton. Mrs.
Leslie stated that the accused was
round to her house on Wednesday
night and on previous occasiooB for
no good purpose.
Bickerton denied the charge, being
prepared to bring witnesses to prove
an alibi on Wednesday. The case was
dismissed.
Charles Baker was brought up yesterday on a clurge of being drunk on
the Btreets. Accused pleaded guilty
and was fined $o and costs.
"FOR SALE"
A good   Horse suitable for
Saddle.  Harness.  Packing  or
any class of work.   Apply to
J. CARLSON. First St.
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The greai Baking Powder
of the country—
used in millions of
homes—never
failed
Fifty Years
the
Standard
CREAM
iakitig Powder
Received the highest award
at Chicago World's Fair
Revelstoke Opera House, Doe Night
Tuesday, April 12
WILLI \M CRANSTON'S ORIGIN \l. PRODUCTION
The Musical Cocktail with a Menu of Music
The "Royal Chef"
WITH
WILLIAM   J.   CONLEY
AND   THE   FOLLOWING    BIG    CASTE,    INCLUDING
BYRON   BRONTI FLORENCE    SINNOTT CHAS   VAUGHN
LEONA HEIMERMAN LON CHANEY MARIE   DONNELLY
WALTER   B    SMITH DOT   NORELLA
\n,l  ihe  Famous
IBROILIEIRS
40 People    20 Song Mils
A Perfect Production Presented In Perfection
PRICES.   ■   50c. $1.00. $1.50
SALE OPENS AT MCDONALD'S DRUG STORE
THE    MOLSONS    BANK
INCORPORATED 1855
Capital Paid Up        -       $3,500,000
Rest Fund
$3,500,000
Has 65 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in all the Principal Cities of the World.
A GENERAL OANKINO BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS     BANK    DEPARTMENT
At all Branohes.    Interest allowed at highest currant rate.
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager.
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Vou will buy "The Traveller" shoo iliis
year because you will hoar al ut  il   hear il
l ear of it from the mal • i           they
know (verythinff that  is in i'.  fi i
"I   II Utl i'l"  I"
"i ■ i    iii hear of ii from thi dealer, an I he :
"The Traveller" shoe from -   a im< rs
tell him, and you'll buy it ajcain your
i i-i '   ' will tell you it's a diffi
a better i hoe   a shoe thai nol o ly fits, but
i, because thi parts
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" The Traveller" shoe.   R  m m   r they'll fit
im- most i :-■ i ■ i idy.
K YUUK DEALER FOR AMESHOl.DF.N SHOES,
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TrlE MAIL-HERALD KEVELSTOKE, B. C.
Fae« a
If our methods suit you
tell others.    If  they don't
suit you tell us.    Any criticism   of     our   mode   of
doing   business    will    be
appreciated.
HUME'S SPECIAL
A news sheet devoted to the interests of the citizens of Revelstoke and surrounding
towns and settlements.     Our aim is to place before the purchasing
public the facilities of Our Big Department Store.
Mail Orders.
Telephone Orders.
Send   the   children    to
the store.    Coine yourself.
Huve our city traveller
call   at   your   home   for
orders.
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Ladies and Misses Two Piece Suits
Spring time attire for up-to-date folks are the showing of the newest Two
Piece Suits for Ladies and Misses in all the wanted colorings and newer fabrics.
Ot an early glimpse of them on our Second Floor. A regular fashion bureau is
our Second Floor. Get the first information there of the styles that are to be.
These suits are modest in price
From $15 to $25
Wash Suits and Wash Dresses
This advance showing of styles, supreme for Spring and Summer. The last word
in Wash Suits and Wash Dresses. The one-piece dress iB here in all its variance
from the colored cotton wash fabric at a modest price to the most elaborate French
lingerie muslin highly trimmed with lace and embroidery
From $5.75 to $20
These prints—the same price
here as anywhere in Canada,
and a nice variety to choose
from. They are unsurpassed
for washing and thejquality is
ever the same. P. P. prints
are an English standard cloth.
This time they are more fascinating than ever at
15c. per yd.
Hair Goods
Imports of New Sanitary
I lair Hoods are arriving on
counters almost every day.
The new Turban, the new Par-
dome, tbe new Braids, the new
Coils and new Switches. You
can buy a Ileal Flemish llnir
Switch as low as
$5.00
Millinery
A jubilee of spring blossoms
and untrimmed millinery.
"There never were such pretty
styles as these," is the tenor of
remarks heard a dozen times
a day at the millinery counters
and the delsghtful part of it is
there are no two alike. Such
a riot of (lowers, such wonderful pretty shapes.
Boys' Suits
The small boy and bis
clothes i- always a problem
wiib the ladies. We can be of
service to you this spring, A
profusion oi pretty clothe.- for
the little fellow- in the department on Second Floor at
$2.50 to $7.50
Dress Fabrics
The Cotton Dress Fabrics
are always one of our Spring
features. This time more complete than ever. Never before
have the designers brought
out such handsome patterns.
Never before have the colorists
pJoduced such dainty color
effects. Most that is good in
the world oi cotton wash goods
is here madam at from
15c. to 50c.
Men's Hats
Neck Ruchings
New Nick duellings and
Frills, The Cord Edge and
Gilt and Silver Hraid Edge
are among the newest, lust
now we have a special box
containing Net Kuching. Chif-
fon Uuching, Satin Edge, Cord
Edge,   Box contains 0 f r: 1! - at
35c. per box
Fresh Fruit
Arriving daily tbe best
i Iranses, Lemons, Bananas,
and i irapi Pi ■ i on the market. < lur motto is to get our
fruit often ind get sale for it
quickly.
liver notice that any stiff
bat is commonly called a
Christy Stiff? Why'.' Because
Christy's have long been known
to make the best Btiff hat on
the market, and so favourably
have they been known that
their name ha" become standard for stiff hats, We have
tbe sole agency for < 'hristy's
hats in the city and will be
pleased to Bbow you the new«
est shapes al any lim >.
Golf Caps
Men's • loll < lap* in 1'w< ed
and Worsteds,    All  new patterns, perfect in finish.
75e.to$1.50
l v" itieth   Ci i ' i y   Cloth-
ir Men.    '■   ■■■ and
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which ip-to-the-m
without : i     ieli,    Fa
brics from : Ik besl old i ountry
manufai lined with
best "i   --   le I   worl m inship,
li we
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We hi     ■'
$22.50
The Elevator is the most perfect type of passenger elevator
made. We spared no expense to
gel the bei i and most reliable. All
the afety devices so far produi ed
vou will find on It, The most
approved automatic safety brake.
New Vegetables
Vegetables are now i imlng in and we ask i    ibare of
your trade.    Ripe Tomatoes, Celery, Lettuce,  Radishes, '
Cucumbers, and Parsley,
GET THEM    AT   HUME'S   AND YOU GET THEM FRESH
"> ou  may  find  a   mi take in
mr accounting, lei | vou
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itmost to kei p apace * th the
VOU i: ,1 let
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THE MAIL-HERALD TCEVELSTOKF, B- C-
Saturday, April '.Uh, 1910
The Arrow Lakes Lumber Company
are starting their mill in operation on
Monday.
A Dominion Government detective
was here tliis week rounding up Bonie
Hindocs for deportation. Consequently Constable I'odd lelt for Vancouver
on Monday taking in charge tour Hindoos.
'I'lie rr cent rol bery of furs from
J. B. McGngliran resulted in tiie goods
teing quietly returned the perpetrators teiog uider the impression that
they were watcht d,
Mrs. .1. 1'". McKecbnie baa Kit fur
111 ci in-t K-.-] 11 ii a few montbsat
her parental home.
.1 (ilin Sl.nw, uf Galena Bay, is n.
town painting tin McGaghran nnil
Johnston Block, also Y. Burns .'. Co'e
butcher shop.
The first In < in  oi  legs f' r the season passed here en the tbe onl iust. en j
route to Comaplix in  tow by  tbe tug;
J.ardo.
Tbe Airowhead Lumber company
are at present shipping five ears i f
•lumber daily fn in   their yard- here.
With reference to a statement made
iu ilie House ci Con mons recently by
Mr. A. S. Goodeve, M.P., that the pest
ollice at Camborne was in the bar of a
hotel, a ReveiBtoke visitor to Camborne states the member for Kootenay
was misinformed and misstated tbe
case in tbe House.
The postolfice has been conducted
in Abey's drugstore, which is in the
extreme west end of the building,
while tbe bar is in the addition at lhe en.-: end. there being ,")H
feet between the drug More and bar.
The bar i- iccessible irom  a  separati
entrance and is separated entirely :: :::
tbe drug 'trie a limber shop being
between the two.
Mr. Abey has had  considi rable i it-
iierieuce in th | si H n business; thi
postal inspectors nave always found
the business will conducted by him,
and outside the In tels I.i- drug at in
is at present the only commercial
business conducti il in tin town of
Camborne.   Mr. Abey has been in the
drug  business at   Revelst k-
Xake and Camborne  tor  tl..- past   !■"'
years.
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Baking   triumphs   are   everyday   occurrences   with  Purity
flour.
Highest  grade  in  the  world.
Home-made bread
awarded first prize
at   the   National
Exhibition, Toronto,  was
made from   Purity   flour.
Western Canada Flour Mills Co., Ltd.
NOTICK.
Police i- hereby given that the part-
srship heretofore e\isiiiiL,r between the
undersigned under the Unu name and
style "The Maundroll Meat Market"
und dating trom the 12th day of February 1001) Iiaa this day been dissolved In mutual consent and the business
in ihr future will be carried on by
Itevelstoke Meat Market, Limited!
■^.11 accounts owing to the firm are
to bo paid by the said company and
nil a ■ oun:- owing lo the said firm
will Im collected by lhe said company,
Dat"'l al lie rlstoke, British <'olumbin ihis 2Sth day ..f March, 1910.
Witness—
C, I'.. CM.LAV.
(Sg I.l  II.  R.  M \r\lii;i'.l.L.
(Sgd.) CHAS.  Y. LIN'DMARK,
Wanted Known
l'.L'L'-. it day old chicks from white
Leghorns, brown Leghorns; also
Rhode Island Reds and White Crust
Black Polish; also n fow dozen Leghorn   Pullets,  al  reasonable prices.
Kstl- per sel tin):, S'J nnd up.
J.  A. MORGAN,
P.O. Box 221, itevelstoke, B.C.-S
lied with tbe remarkable succeig of the Grand Trunk Paciflo Railway Co.
the pii i. md that the vast produc-1 in these provinces, the construction cf
tion which was gotten up for the New whioh are at present under way. In
Vork ard Chicago run will be brought 'all, out of a total mileage of main line
Juvenile Bostonians Coming
Calgary,  Uberta       Ubertai     say-
e.f tbe  .In . Boston
pear lure i >  Monday
the Nt w EdiBi n Theatn
juid 26th
Tbe .i   \  .
■ways been  gn al
gary   audi' nci -    and
engBgeilM i t    wbic '
evening at the Lyric
-exception to tbe
In    presenting     Bi
niu-ie lovers
fortunate em ugl
joyed a tr, i
Tbe    Hi st
composed ol   tu-
- between tbe ages
year-    i bl y      odi
num I ers si I  it an artist
in singing
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here intact, This is said to be un
usually massive and extremely beau
tiful, exceeding anything of a similar
kind which has been offered iu this
country. There is no doubt whatever
of tl"' extraordinary popularity ol
'•The I; yal Chef" inasmuch aa it is
known to have drawn enormous audiences all over the country during the
past three seasons. There is always
conspicuous merit in a performance
whicl makes such a record and this
musical show may safely be anticipated as an entertainment of the most
win.!• -■line, eilj yable and meritorious
There is reason to believe
tl t then will be an extraordinarily
large Bale i'i f re the doors open on
Tie sday night
Shingle Mill for Sale
A small Shingle Mill For Sale. Engine, boiler, Jointer, Perkins Shingle
hand machine    bolters etc.   Capacity
35,000 per day.      Apply  to
The LEE LUMBER CO.,
Wigwam, B. C.
nml AND STEAMER
:|:.lMi  TKI NK   I'ACIFII    UAI        >
the turning of  t he lirst   ■■ d
■ in   the   construct! n   of   the Grand
Trunk Pacific   Railway at   F rt   W il-
- ptembi r 11, 1905, by  Sir  Wilfrid   Laurii t   l       - ; struct
ily,    At   th
■ from
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miles
'istriiction.
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Winnipeg
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ami branches of approximately i7,!IOO
mil B, there have been   completed and , . 	
under   construction   at    the   present   ^^ _^ -^ -^  _   -      _
time, approximately 1 SUII milet, or llll   Q/VLl COAL!
percent, of the entire mileage authorized in the company's charters. gcn(| jn y0Ur orders for
this excellent coal
PERU
As Seen By a Former lievelstoke
Resident
In a letter to Mr. Coursier Irom
Negritos, Peru, J, McGurlie, better
known us " Scotty," when in Kevel-
Stoke, writes:—"We can grow beans
and all kinds of garden stuff all the
year round as there are no seasons
here. We have li hours sun every
day. We are 2.r> miles from the river
Ol ini, where they grow all sorts of
vegetation in abundance, although
everything is very scarce and of the
dearest. Where 1 live they use mostly
imported goods. Butter you pay 73c.
grid per lb.; milk is woith ten cents
.■iii   ttle  eggs are  plentiful, but
thirty cents a dozen and sometimes 10c, Bread, snip and hardware
an very dear. A small loaf costs live
per lb. Beef rune something the
sai lasin British Columbia. .Mutton
Ha thing we never see. although ihere
■ nty   I sheep in the mountains.
sheep lamb twice  every  yearand
very  iften have two lambs.   There are
n abundance and  they  have as
many as two and  some  times  three
. year.
ere  are three or   four  railways
me   b r    the   Amazon
..ii".   but as
-   ilwai     i   small revolution
it keep* back the progress that
■  •-. -.-   take  place.   There
d to settle in
11
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■ arrived, but
bey  bad
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BARGAINS IN
Residences,  Building Lots
Fruit Lands
W. B. RGBESTCSON
First Street      Tel 6 B.
Vegetable and Flower
SEEDS
Ornamental and Flowering
SHBUBS
Best varieties of
FRUIT   TREES
Send for Catalogue
HOVAL NURSERIES & FLORAL CO., LID.
786 Granville St   P. O. Bo* L063
Wtik'om er, B. C«
CEMENT BLOCKS
Mannfuclnrxl tor all ciHssos uf  bnildllml
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE CLAY AND FIRE
fotCsiU iu Ur«« i»r smBll ijnftiitittM'
I tu tli* lowest prices fur tush.
Ml kltiiln of hnildi:i« HixltiilmtcrliiR
ondtrteltMi.
Foote & Pradolini.
REVELSTOKE
E.   G.   BURRIDGE
The Royal Chef
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Tinsmithing, Repairs,   Hot  Air
Pipe and  Furnace  Work
WORK   8HOP
Connaught Ave.   -   Rovolstoke
H. B. STONEX
Practical..
Machinist
retly carried oo
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SIGNS
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Superb Spring Suits
—suits that show their class in
every line and curve.
One, two and three button
styles — in single and double
breasted effects — created by
the greatest designer of high
grade garments in Canada.
These  are   the
Suits we cordially
invite   you   t
inspect. 12
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McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Revelstoke. B.C.
Revelstoke Flour and 'Feed Store
Royal Standard Flour, Five Rose Flour, Hay,
Grain, Feed and Chicken Specialties, Beans, Peas,
Barley, Breakfast Foods, Mayer's Celebrated Ki)£-
lish Horse and Cattle Foods and Medicines.
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The Paget Supply Co'y.
E. W. B. PAGET
J. WILSON
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Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged and Improved.    FlrBt-Class in every respect.    All liiiiilrrn eonvenlem i.
Large Sample Rooms.
Rates, $2.00 per day        SpecialiWeeklyiRates
Revelstoke, B.C.
ORIENTAL HOTEL.
suitably   furnished   with  the  choicest the
market affords.     Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $1 a day.    Monthly rate.
J.   ALBERT     STONE      PBOP..
Palace Restaurant
McKonzic   Avenue
Kruit, Candles, Cigars,Tobacco,
Meals 85 cents.
A. H. Sing, Proprietor
UNION HOTEL
AitllOWHK VI), n   ' ■
Uti nii'iii glvi n i"  commercial
nun   .1 im 1   loui 1  - ' sample
rooms. 1       '       li   British Colum-
• ■   irrow Lake,
W. J. Lightburne. Prop.
MINI:':      W      nn   Foi       BVenoh
It, Big Dei      ■. 1 I;   I    A.    Bradley,
Union Hotel
RESTAURANT
Under New Management
WHITE HELP ONLY
Stewart Macdonald
Proprietor
J
TO   INVI'STOItS
II you wnnt n sure investment, nntl one
that will stand tho 1 losest Inftiipctlon,write
The Over-Land  Financiers Limited,
VANCOUVER.   11   C.        -nr). I!   ' Saturday, April 9th, liMO
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
p»g»t
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BUILD UP
REVELSTOKE
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Patronize
Local Industry
NG
AT HOME
We cTWAIL-HERALD
has new type and printing machinery
Our stock tf printing papers is large and
well selected.
WE PRINT
Letterheads - Billheads - Cards
cTWenus - Envelopes - Programs
Books and Booklets - Loose Leaf
c/4ccount Forms - Ball Programs
Wedding Stationery - Memoriam
Cards - Lumber Forms - Tags, Etc.
ADDRESS
THE INTERIOR PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Agents for the famous
EMPIRE TYPEWRITER
$60.00 Cash
THE MINES
BTRIKE OS THE   WAR EAGLE,
A strike of considerable importance
ban been made in the War Eagle,
where, on tbe ninth level, a deposit 12
feet in width ol $35 cm: lias been located by the diamond drill. The lodge
was found on the ninth li v< I and ■■•
crosscut in being driven tor the purpose of developing it. It is thought
to b • a new vein « hich probably parallels the main War I: ■ : ,■. li
it turns oul as well as il ib ai ticipati d
it '..ill ;n!cl ii larg • na e nf 'i
very g od gradi I i In id) bi
resources of the l lent re S ir gr ap,
COAI. Al   K i MI.OOI'S
M . Garlin and ioi .'■ - ir sending u drilling outfit up i lie S'urtl
Thompson to investigate thi coal deposits there with a view to tm ir beiu
available for Canadian Northern Railway transportation when the road ii
completed, if commercial deposits ol
coal can be found where there arc
good indications.
OPALS A r KAMLOOPS.
T. Skewis,a prospector at Kami ops,
annouces the discovery of opals in the
vicinity of Deadmao's Creek, and i.i
is now prospecting the ground, He
hai- fine Bamples ol milk opal and has
had some mounted by Mr. Bews,
jeweller, of Kamloops. Along with
the opals are found fine samples ol
hyalite. Mr. Skewis submitted his
samples to the Cieological Survey at
Ottawa, who have sent him a report
on them, confirming the nature of
the discovery. These opals are said to
be superior to the Australian opuls of
similar grade.
NORTH STAR PAYS DIVIDEND
The old Xorti, Star in E\st. Kootenay is a^aiu iu the list of dividend
paying mines. Last v.eek checks to
the amount of several thousand dollars were received at Cranbrook, Kim-
berley and Marysville by shareholders
The amount received was at tbe rate
of 2 cents per share.
Recent advices from the nine are to
the effect that conditions there are
more favorable than have been lor
several years, that a large body of
high grade silver-lead ore has been
struck, and shipments would seem to
indicate the truth of this report. A
carload of ore shipped to Trail smelter
last week averaged 70 ounces iu silver
aud UU per cuit in lead.
STRIKE IN IIAIUM: RANGE.
Reports have just reached Telkwa
in the Bulkley Valley to tbe effect
that ii rirli vein lias been struck on
the Cronin property, Babine range, at
400 feet depth. Details giving nature
and grade of ore and width of vein
are still lacking. A fcree has been at
work on this pro, eity all winter, running a cross cut. The vein this tunnel was to cut, i. a silver lead, and on
surface gave returns of two to three
hundred ounces in silver and 60 per
cent in lead to t he ton.
Jack McKendrick, who has been '
running a tunnel in on lii" property,
Babine range, reports that he started
the tunnel on a vein three and a hall
feet wide. He ia now in Tu feet, and ;
tbe ' re zore of the vein has widentd
out to   five feet eight lushes     Picked
j samples assay $1000 iii guld and silver
to the ton.
III.iHl.ANI>  VALLEY,
.1. McGillivray, of the Ashcroft Hotel, at Ashen.ft, is interested in three
claims at Highland Valley, on which
development work is being done, and
which are turning out well. The
claims nre the Blue Jacket, Red Jacket, and Yeliow Jacket, known as the
Yellow J..cket Group, Across-cut
tunnel has been inn So feet aud has
not yet reached the other wall. The
ore-b dy liea between granite and por-
phyry. An average sample assayed
$4 gold, 64c, Bilver, ainl T.I per cent
copper,
In- A-brrift Cupper Company,
which is now backed by Butte, Mon-
t inn oapital, will expend $40,0 NJ this
season in deve! ipraenl w.'rk on their
property in Highland Valley, the
work being done under supervision of
O. Cbataway. They bave a moet
promish g pi iperty,
■ Bl   CONS ILIDATED.
Thi i reak in this stock, of more
than forty p linta inside of three days,
baa caused widespread emisteruation
among the western shareholder., Our
representative at Grand Forks, advisea
us that tbe ruruora regarding the ore
bodies pinch ng out are very misleading to Bay the least. A few month.
ago reports published by the officers
of the company we-e very encouraging, and it seems hardly probable that
conditioi - could change bo materially
in bu short i time. People who should
bein a position to know regarding the
ore bodies of tins great company, are
at present buyers of tho stock. The
Company recently issued K1.50O shares
of new stock to the stockholders at
$85 per share. We are informed that
this was underwritten without commission.
MANUFACTURER'S TRIUMPH
Americans Concede Dur Superiority in Shoe Manufacture
The following letter was recent'y
received by the Ames-Holden Co., the
largest manufacturers of high grade
shoes in Canada.
1705 Race Street, Philadelphia
Pa. I.S.A.. P.I10
Ami.s-Hoi.hkn Co., Ltd.
Dear Sirs:—Would you let me
know if you have au agent in this city
who Bells your " Traveller" brand of
shoe. 1 have worn them for several
years, and if I can get them 1 do not
wish any other. They were fiist recommended to me by the village store
keeper. Hudson, 1 think, was his
name, in Grand Forks. IS C., and
since then, with the exception of one
pair I bought when over in Scotland,
have woru no other shoes but your..
The last pair 1 had were bought in
Bank street, Ottawa, a few -onths
ago. ainl as I expect to be on thii r'de
of tbe line till Spring, 1 would like to
get another pair, li you have an
agency here and will give me the
address, I .ball be treaily obliged.
Your, sincerely,
8gd     \   ■- '•   : UK.
Ames 11 ilden -hoi- are for sale by
the besl ill i ver Canada.
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!'. THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B. 0
Saturday, April  oil', loll
Millinery! Millinery i
t
SPECIAL BUYS
VEAZIE   A good sensible Misses Hat, combining the
Roll Brim and Mushroom effect.   Selling at $2.25 each
COLORED   PONGEE   SILK   All the New Shades at 50
Cents Per Yard.
NEW    RUGS    New    Imported    Rugs,   Good,   Large   Size
for $1.25 Each.
CURTAINS AND CURTAIN MUSLINS   See ou. New
Spring Lines and get prices before buying.
REID (&, YOUNG
(SUM
Born   At   lievelstoke,  B. C, April 7,
1010.  io Mr.  and  Mis. .1. P. Korde,
a son.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
S. (1. Robbins, jr.. has been up-
pointed to the eity ball stall', vice 0.
W. Gordon, who ha? resigni i
An ordinance aimed against long
hatpins will be introduced in Seattle
city council and i« lo ked onfavorably.
C. P. B, telegraphers weet ol Fort
William ask increased wage.-, presenting practical'}' an ultimatum to the
company.
POUND A gentleman - ting. The
owner can have same on proving lo»s
by description and paying cosl of this
advertisement. Apply to li. R.Atkins, Customs office, Ap 8-31
,1. 1'. Sutherland intends  erecting a
stable on  \.\-   property     n   Douglas
street for  tlie  accommodati n
horses   used   in   coi I ■ ii bis
express and teaming busi  • --
M. S. Middleton of tie Provincial
Department of Al iculture wires fn in
Grand Forks that \V. E. Scott and
party will arrive on Sunday and «iii
be glad to meet metu bi -
of Trade and othi -
growing.
Mi-   Frances    U        IN
Grand    Pi esidi nl
Assembly   nf   1>.   (' Ss
K'elii kah
April 1st.     I'l"   I    •
ing    being
were sevvi
pleasant evei  i .
Col. J
agei 't I he Kansas (
in..i,
the I lenvei
in Reve si
the spli I
and goi -
in engii|> em< i
mem
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Hew   .1.
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M —intr .
PURITY   FLOUR
Tn those who have not yet given Purity Flour a trial we
would suggest you doing so il' you wish to procure the best
as we absolutely guarantee every sack. Your money refunded if not just what we represent it to be.
TEA AND  COFFEE
We have a full stock of the leading lines in Teas and
Coffees and can offer you the best values on the market,
ranging in price from $1 per lb. to 3 lbs. for .$1 as a special.
A. HOBSON. BAKER & GROCER
Your Insurance
Is  one of  tlie   most   important   items
in your business
LET Kootenay Agencies, Ltd*
L()"k   titer th is branch of your business
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, LTD.
Successors to Kincaid & Anderson
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
M
from     a
;i_ ■'
M  Eschern returned Wednesday
■   thei   i-
l       i iirned from a
ast.
iy on a
|  ' liimilay.
BUSINESS LOCALS
Oliver and Lawn (Irass Seeds at
Maedonald'a Ding Store.
After Dinner Mints, 'lit cents a box
at Hewn' Drugstore.
Spraying materials, and direction*
at Maedonald'a Drug Store.
Johnson's Shaving Cream feels good
on lhe faee.    25c. at Hews' drugstore.
A lol of new hooks; tho latest fiction
just opened at. Maedonald'a Drug
Store.
A fine new lot ol Madras Muslins
and Lace Curtains just in, Newest de
signs—0. 11. Iliime A; Co.
Hest Sarsaparilla and beef, 'run and
wine, Spring Ionics ol merit.     $1.00 a
bottle at Hews' Drugstore.
For lame hack, rheumatism, lumbago and strain, put on Hid Cross
Kidney Plaster, Sold at Bewa' Drug
Store.
IOR SALE W. II. fi ..ti hns a mini-
ber of household articles for Bale, induct
ing carpets ami chairs. Same nun in
seen Monday afternoon between 2 aud .1
o'clock.
Churches
Methodist—Services to-morrow by
the pastor morning and evening at 11
and 7:30 o'clock.
Sunday school al 2:90 p m.
Epworth League Jtally on Monday
evening al 8 o'clock.
Rev, Mr. Melvin will give an addreea
on Missions.
Prayer meeting on Wednesday at H
p.m.
A cordial invitation is extended to
all.
BATTIST SERVICES.
Iln- morning subjeel will lie "Pleusi
Sluil   lho Hour.
In il veiling the pastor will preaeli
iii'iii  ihe   text,  "Judge  nm.   that      yi
I..- iml  judged..'
The men's  Bible Class  al  2.3(1  p.in.
in  the   Vestry,   is  exceedingly  inleresl
nig.  All  men aro cordially  invited    t<
ilend.
Brifth Parliament
London, April o Tin- House of Com-
nnm- \ estorday morning, by a  in a mi -
t\ <ii' S4, carried Premier Asquith's
motion authorising ilu; application of
tin- guillotine method of the committee     stage of     il"* resolutions j on the
fin power of thf Mouse (>f Lords.
Revolution in Spain
Han-el.ma. April 7 It is generally believed that the general election, which
is     expelled     in take place -oun, will
nd in th<- most serious uprising
against King Alfonso which lin- yel
oetuiTeil. Republicans say Ihey would
win wiih :i fair ii.illoi, hut they fear
tlle tai lii - of militants ami are , now
openly advocating anarchy. Lerreux,
win. assumed tbe leadership when
Ferrer was shot, is stronger than Ins
predecessor ever wns .uul he is now in
ontrol of a faction which urges bomb
war.
Eight With Bank Robbers
i tuoago, April 7—While searching    a
train at Ma. on for llu- men who held
up the Mi bleea Rocks bank yesterday,
the poliee were about lo arrest five
BUSpeCtf   when   tlloy   opened   lire.    Ill   tile
pitched battle which ensued one man
was mortally wounded and three others disabled, One nmn escaped with
l ij  which amounted to Sl'Jim
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House for Sale
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M    \n Inu   We,
Dur VRuctiusliiis
Are Unrivalled in
Variety and Value
women   wniili
That isn't merely our
opinion, it's the unanimous
opinion nf ihe hundreds el'
shoppers \\ ho have already
examined the s h o w i n sr,
They've been lav ish in their
praise and enthusiastic in
their approval,
Such widespread popularity   is an unfailing  barometer   of   worth.     For
were the showing inferior,
us   quick   to    ilisiiara.ee    it.
There's ever} kind of garmenl desired in a!! sizes,
in plain to elaborate trimmed styles   our best showing
in main- seasons.
Here Are Blouses nf Superior
Beauty and Worth
Models number an unusually great variety of becoming effects. Semi-dress ami practical Menses vie
with each other for a place of distinction in this remarkable selection.
Whether  yonr   inclination
i> tow.nil simple or elaborate
models whether you wish in-'
expensive Or costly blouses,
you will liud here just what you
want priced less than you anticipated.
FOR DESPITE THE UNUSUAL
OF THIS SEASON'S
, OUR PRESENT ASSORTMENTS REPRESENT
VALUES.
They are dainty ami
smart, well made anil
carefully designed, ami
yet, withal, surprisingly
inexpensive. See them
while the assortment is
complete.
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FOR GOOD        GOODtS.
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pntdenial     apply  nl
R.   McCALL
Our Trade is Increasing
Because we study our Customers
and  supply the  best goods  obtainable.
G. W. Bell
P. O. Box 208 GROCER & BAKER Phone No. 23
A Full Range of Shoes
AMES-HOLDEN   BRAND
For Ladies, .Misses and Children in Black, Tan and
Canvas. All six.es, ami latest styles. Broad ami
narrow lasts.    .Must durable shoe on the market.
Mrs. A. G. Crick,
First Street
List Your Vancouver
and
North Vancouver Properties
with
ANDREW  E. LIDDLE
P. O. Box 137 Telephone 405C
800  Hastings street West,  Vancouver

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