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I'RINTKUS AND PUBLISHERS
Vol. 18-No. :;•>
REVELSTOKE. B. 0, MAY Ifi, 1912
$2.50 Per Year
CLEARANCE SALE
OF
CH^"NTA
We are Roins; nut of this line entire .1  will offer
our high class goodB at prices thnt wii. astonish you.
It embraces Wedgewood, Royal Crown,
Darby, Doulton, Ainsley, Royal Worcester, Limoges, and many other makes.
SEE   OUR    WINDOWS
ROYAL DOULTON CHILD'S SET
FOR HIGH CLASS
3 Pieces
$1.25 Now 00c
GOODS
PITCHERS
AT PRICES NEVER
S1.25  Now      75c
CUPS AND SAUCERS
OFFERED  BEFORE
11.60 Now $1.00
ROYAL CREAM DERBY
SUGAR AND CREAMS
WtDGEWOOD JUGS
$1.00  and $1.25
•S2.50          $3.00         £5.00
CUPS AND SAUCERS
Cup and Saucer   $1.50
$1.50     for SOc
See Our Window for Your
Choice for $1.00
LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO.
PLUMBING
LIMITED
STEAM FITTING
TINSMITHING
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t Imperial Bank of Canada
Q Hoad Otflo»— Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Subscribed - 6,000,000.00
Capital Paid Up - - 6,000,00o.00
Reserve ... - 6,000,000.00
Total Assets,       -      - $72,000,000.00 6
Branches nr Agents nt nil principal points in.Oanada. O
Agents in Oreat Britain and United States—London, England,   A
Lloyds Bank, Limited.    Chicago- Kirst National Bank,  Oorn Ex-   ▼
change National Bank.   Seattle—Sr.*i tie National Bank,  San Fran-
clsro—Wells Fargo Nevada National bank.     Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of 91 and upward, received, aud interest allowed at
current rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch -A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
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Ladies  and Children s
Wash Dresses
White and Colored
Mrs. A, G, Crick, + First Street
TIRED ?
THEN A CUP "OF
"BELL BLEND TEA'1
will refresh you with its bright, ipicy
flavor mnl Iragrancy. Sold In 1 Ib,
li-Hil packages.
Price, 35c, 40c. and 50c. per Ib.
G. W. BELL
P. O. BOX 208     GROCER & BAKER     Phone No. 23
J
ALL REVELSTOKE
JOIN PROGRESS CLUR
Many Citizens Outline Ideas for New Organization—Executive Council of 30 Workers to
Push the Scheme Along - Paid Membership
160 and Increasing Rapidly
An enthusiastic meetiUK ot \tie. newly formed    Revelstoke    Progressive
Olub, wus held ou Tuesday 0'OU'iUg
in  ttie  Selkirk Hull.    11 Innl  been  nr-
iijiuuiiy Intended thut thc gathering
Should lx; in the City Hull, nut tlu;
large number present rendered it ad-
visaldr nt the lust minute to transfer thc scene of operations to the
mure commodious auditorium, which
wus well tilled with some 150 mem -
bers,
Acting Becretary Vi. Horobin, assisted Iiy Secretary F. W. Lulug, ol
the liourd ut Trade, were iu uttenduuee, uud ex-Mayor Dr. Hamilton accepted u unanimous Invitation to
preside.
Chairman Dr. Hamilton then mail
the communications received Irom
Secretaries ol various other similur
organisations, notuhly those from
Oaigary and Vancouver, aud In a
brief speech outlined what he considered the uimB of the meeting.
Mr.  H. Gordou, who wus called up-
thiiiK OUt of ourselves and out ot our
city, it wc uli get together, and if
the old plugs can help we know they
will tic pleased to do ho.
Messi-s. O.  H.  Hume, H.N. Coursier
,1. P. Forde, and others also spoke.
1JU8INIS8S.
Alter a long druwnout discussion,
it wub decided to elect a Hoard of
Directors, composed of 30 members,
und with the Mayor ol Revelstoke as
Hon. President. A nominating committee ol Messrs. Kilpatrick, Gordon
and AtkiiiH wero appointed, to Dominate fifteen members ot the ESxeou -
live Board ot Directors, the Board
Ibi'iiiM'lves to suliHcqiiently elect the
balance of l."> members required to
complete  the  Hoard.
Messrs. Hamilton, McRae, Macdonald, Bradshaw, Bows, MeKinnon, R.
Squarebriggs, Lyons, Brookcr, Horobin, Robertson, MeVity, Gibson, Mun
roe und Miller were the fifteen nominated, and unanimously ele,-ted.
The Executive will meet this Wel -
needay evening, in the City Hall for
the purpose of completing the organ-
FATAL ACCIDENT
ID JOHN GOUID
Killed by an Auto in Accident in
Vancouver An Old-Timer
and Resident of Revelstoke—
Mr. Jobn Gould, proprietor ol a
motor garage at 7-W Dunsmilir street
was reported last, night to be in a
critical condition in St. Paul's boa
pitnl as the result ot an accident.
that look place early Mouday morn
Ing on the Uhiirnc roud, near Van -
i couver. Mr. Gould, who resides at
1320 Union street, was returning in
the city with a numlier of Irlends In
one of his cues, and when near the
city limits, the steering gear became
jammed.
Although every effort wan made to
keep the auto on a straight course,
the machine ran to the side of thc
road and overturned. Mr. Gould was
pinned beneath It, and when extri -
rated, was unconscious. He was
taken quickly to St. Paul's hospital
where, on examination, he was found
to be Buffering from severe internal
injuries. An operation was performed
yesterday evening, and there arc
hopes that he will recover.
His friends escaped wiib nothing
worse than a shaking and somo
bruises.
Mr. Gould died at. 2;4.", a.m.
on hy thc    Chairman,   outlined tbe izatlon.
steps which hud led lo the. formution
ol the Progress Club, and which now
iiumliered 123 paid subscribers at $1
per member, continuing Mr. Gordon
aaid:—"We have relied upon the busi
iiessnien  too much,  aud left  to     the
On motion, it wns decided thai tbe
Executive should have power to elect
from the members at large an Advisory  Board.
All members were requested to endeavor  to  increase  the     membership
Bourd ol Trade and thc City Council I ol the ''lub by bringing in new mem-
those duties which every  one    ol    us  bers.
us citizens, should bc willing and
auxiotis to perform for the good ol
Revelstoke,  iu the matter ot prepai-
A vote of thanks to the Conservative Association for the use of the
hall and to Mr. R. HoWBon for   the
PIANOS -PLAYER PIANOS
Sheet Music and all kinds of
Small cTWusical Goods
Wtt«T
Call and Inspect
Music Store, McKenzie Ave,
ing    for     thc great growth which ia  loan   of  chairs,   brought the  meeting
now    ahead     ol us,    we as   citizens   to a close at 10:30 p.m.
should  follow  the  example  ot    other i  ——-
places,  organise,  get together,      und j    Tonight,  at the Empress theatre,—
work  harmoniously  for the  good    of  The  great  Kenney-Harvcy  entertain-
thc whole,  depending Icsb upon other | ers.   a laugh from start to finish,
people's   eflorts,   and   being   prepared | l,__
rather  to spend     more effort of  our
own. (Loud Applause.)
The •Cliairmnn then called lor nominations for the position of secretary
of the meeting, Mr. V. Vi. Laing, in
view of his other duties us the secretary of the Board of Trade, was
unable to accept a nomination, and
Mr. W. Horobin was unanimously
chosen as secretary pro tcm.
The Chairman then announced his
intention of calling upon several mem
tiers of the club for their suggest -
ions, and requested that Mr. Atkins
favor the  meeting  with his views.
Mr. Atkins:—The reason for tho
calling of tin- meeting is to direct
tbe enthusiasm displayed by the
young men of tlie town in the mat -
ter of joining this club, into the
right direction. In Revelstoke wc
posse-s all the pull, which a wonderful climate, soil, favorable situation
and wealth of timber, minerals and
natural scenery, can afford, we arc
sadly lacking in the "Push", which
Is thc other essential to thc biicccss
of any community. If the Progress
Club startB out on the right lines, it
will provide the necessary organised
"Push" which we ure now lacking.
(Cheers.)
Mr. T. Kilpatrick:—I did not come
here prepared to speak, I cannot add
very much to what Mr. Atkins has
said, but I fully concur in those remarks.
H. Manning—I feel somewhat taken
hy surprise at being railed upon to
speak, and I expected hearing more
tonight (rom the younger fellows, ln
Medicine Hat and other towns, in
spite ol si't barks, they have Continued to make marked progress, solely
by means ot organizations similar to
the Progress Olub we have (ormed In
Hevelstoke, we have here a payroll ol
$2,000,81(0 per year, and if we will On
ly put our shoulders to the wheel we
ran acCompfish a great deal in the
interests of the city and district.
0, R, Macdonald—I hope that this
organization will prove to he a permanent one, nml that we will nil
hang together, and keep going.
•I. H. Lyons—I came to learn some
thing, not to give advice. One good
tiling we might do would be to spend
our money at home, and double tho
population. Vie have a lot of knoek-
ers in this town, they nre to 1*
found among the businessmen as well
as the w,,rkers. It is necessary loins to tielieve in our town our-oWos,
before wp can expect to make others
Iwlieve in it also.
Vi. M. Lawrence—I think the ground
has |)MD well covered and aa I am
among those described as "the old
filugs" I have not much to add. We
should make Hevelstoke a tourist
centre, wc should clean up the town,
and have a city licuiitifu! in keeping
with out surround
chid Parry—W« itm make   som« •
Kenney-Harvey Entertainers
It   is with  pleasure  that, the  man -
agement  introduces to  Western  Cana
da     Frank Clcgg,  America's favorite
instrumentalist,      character    vocalist
land     dancer.   This talented musician
| renders all  thc difllrnlt standard ov-
i erturcs and  up-to-date music on    the
Xylophone and Violin, and ulso gives
j uni([iie  imitations on  the  soar drum
I ami  exceedingly clever     quick-change
1 character     songs   and   dances.     Mr.
Clegg  was  specially  engaged  ns   Xylophone  Soloist and Tympanist with
the Toronto Symphony Orchestra for
several seasons, and resigns thc posl
tion  solely    to     make this   Western
tour, and no doulrt he will make    a
great  acquisition  to  the company.—
Empress theatre, May 15th.
cr
IF YOU WANT
Carden Tools      Rubber Hose        Lawn Mowers
Carpenter's Tools,   Wire Fenoing and Cates
Bicycles or Repairs     Stoves    Paints
Fishing Tackle     Sporting Coods
Cuns, etc., we can supply you
<^j&W^Z£p;
41111.'
BOURNE BROS,
Grocers
Hardware
Plumbing
ts.
Boots and Shoes at Lower Prices
Kangaroo med. weight durable shoe, guaranteed     $3.20
Atnes-Holden's Hest,   wax-sewn   workinKman's
shoe, per pair       $3.50
Ki vermeil's med. high top boots at only      $6.00
Our stock Include* a good assortment oi  serviceable and stylish
Shoes at low pricei
JOHN McINTYRE & SON
Box 110 Phone !>3
THE CITY COUNCIL
IN BUSY SESSION
Sewers and   Taxes Again   Discussed- Power
Test to Be Rushed Ahead
The ri ty council met on Friday
uight last, in the city hull. I'res. nt
Aldermen MeKinnon, Alirahninson,
Howson and McSorley, and Bourne,
Alderman   MeKinnon   occupied    the
chair.
Minutes of previous meeting ndi lit
ed  us  rcud.
COMMUNICATIONS.
Various communications were or -
derod answered or hied.
Claim of Mr. Sinclair—City Clerk
Lawson explained this matter, aud
on motion it was decided to pay
thc disputed accounts out of lhe amounts originally deducted and ci, so
thc case,
Mr. Glasgow reported ce the lur -
bine ut the electric pluut. 1 am sent
out hy thc Jeuks Co. to lind out why
turhiuo did uot give lull capacity-
Thc trouble is with tho iustuila -
Hon of the gutc shaft ou thj ouleide
end. This end was ou a wjudcu
block which had shrunk, and wiocnd
of the shalt bent. To remedy this,
1 put in a concrete bnBc and reduced thc shaft which had bent, I.y a
new shaft. 1 thiuk this gate is Low
a perfect Job, Tho trouble with lho
thrust has also been lixed. Thc tur
binu in now running over power it
anything, I cumc to make this jolt
right and on behalf of the Jcnks Co
to demonstrate that the company are
anxious to do  the  right thing.
Aid. MoKimion Now that lhc
Jcnks mun has been here, wc should
get Smith, of Smith, Kerry and
Chase, himself to make this toft and
the K.W. and L, committee „ay tnke
this mgtter up.
ARREARS OF  TAXES,
City Clerk Lawson put in a lUl ol
parties notinc.1 under tbo lewcr and
other by laws as being iu urreur in
their tuxes.
Aid.   Abrahamson—Have  tho  rc-ad-
jusimcni.K boi'n made on thus rates,
Clerk Lawson—This is undei the
old schedule, and this Is f'O oi Iv
schedule   U ider  which  wc  Can  collect.
Aid. Howson—On this list nre a
number of prominent liu-incss men,
who uliuuld >■••}■ tbeir tuxes.   II    wo
don't collect then thc town must go
bankrupt.
SHSWBR8.
Aid. MeKinnon—What arc W0 going
to  do  about  these sewers.
Aid. Abrahamson—Uuder the pro -
posed sale we are selling under tlie
old bylaw, lor taxes whicli wc propose to reduce under the new bylaw,
and schedule,  this seems very strange
Aid. Abrahamson—Why cannot we
Coll-SOt lor 1909 uud why cannot we
collect from everyone or make exceptions for everyone.
Aid. MeKinnon—Could wc get this
lux sale under the new bylaw.
Aid. MeKinnon—We either huve to
change the schedule or enforce the
tax. If the house gives permission to
muke our bylaw a lifty year law, wc
can redure the schedule , it uot wc
shall  have to colloct.
Aid. Abrahamson—I don't see *hy
the big corporations should Imi let
ofl and smnll taxpayers sold out (or
sewer taxes.
Clerk LawBou—Had we bettor got
a legal opinion.
Aid. MeKinnon We huve all kinds
of legal opinions.
Aid. MeKinnon—Tlle City Clerk
should wire Mayor Siiihcrland, to
sec ut Victoria if the titty year bylaw  will  go  through.
Aid. llourne—It seems to ine there
Is a discrepancy now under the proposed new bylaw we provide for
$110,0(10, what then becomes of the
sums to he railed by thiw forced
collections. This matter Is still very
much mixed up yet and I nm (nr
from satlstlcd with thfl proposal elth
or one wayHn the othor. It may lie
that we would lie better to let the
new bylaw go, and stick to the old
bylaw, collect on an equitable basis,
and charge the dillcrenee up to Hia
city.
An application was made by the
new C. Verdi Hit ml. fur assistance to
wauls paying water and light ex-
prunes.
The council were unanimously in
favor of helping tbis     band  In some
manner which would encouragt them
lii'ddcd to donate a sum equal to
thfl light used nt practices at tho
band hall by lhe Verdi Hand.
After some further discussion tho
moating adjourned at 12 o clock mid"
nitfht.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
To Get the Best Results
From Your Garden
USE
SWIFTS
FERTILIZER
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
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I 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, as
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 Go.
LM SIYLES SHOP E0R MEN AND BOYS
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Prize Eggs for
Early Hatching
:rou sai.i; ii
IB. Woodland
I P. McLean
Best Strain of Brown Leghorns, single and Rose Comb,
and Partridge Wyandotte
Eggs-
P.O.  BOX   181
-9-si WEDNESDAY,  MAY lr.tli, 1SI3
THUE   J&J^TJL, HIERJLX.ID,   IRE-VIEILSTO-KIE]
WEDNESDAY,   MAV   LQtb,   LOIS
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Some Snaps in Local Realty
House and Two Lots on MacKenzie Ave $4,100
House and Lots on Kirst Street  3,500
House and    Lot,  South-West    Corner
Douglas and King Street  1.500
House and Lot, Fourth Street  2,850
GOOD BUYS!
EASY TERMS I
<L
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
Che ADaiMbevalb
PUBLISH KD  wi.HNKSli.W  ash
H4TDRDAY  AT
\\t\ KLSTOKK.   B.   C.
m- plunnod and nmdo roady lor -ship-
imni  I'.v ihe Canadian null.
As  ihe  n,in "I  ih,' govornmont   lu
lilaclng a duty ui twenty live percent
un   linishi'il   lumber   wus to  [orco    the
Viucrlcuu    Monipaulca    to     eatabllsb
mills mi tin* Oaundlau side, it would
seem Hint there ls ii slight hitch
xomewhoro, To oompllouta mntbora,
tne    men   working ui (he   Canadian
null   re |do   in   Siinins.   on   I he   Amen
can Hole, coming ovor In the in	
ing .iml returning at night, Canada
therefore derives no benefit from the
linn.      The   men   when  cballotlgod     hv
tin* custom authorities m theii oivde
.ivor  to  stop them,  Btato  I"  th" ot -
^^^^^ ilioil that  thej aro only coming ovor
issue, Juim Jltth is the day fixed   for  ^ ^  ^ ^ (| ffl( (a|    ^ powcr-
jnterlor puDUsbtna Company.
Limited
J. K. JOHNSON, Manager,
RALPH  ii.  8CRDTON,  Editor.
WEDNESDAY,   \m   15th,  1912
\ .    .,*    elsewhere
this
Miss Jennie Summers, the Sel
(Ipcra I louse, Fr
lool Teacher, "In Wyoming
iday Nighl Next
election in the     Kootenays,
while i mult."in- will take plac<	
May   10th,
The Coast  papers   ontaln aunounci
meats that Mi   It. Ureen, has defin
Ion    lo  act,   still  anothei* complice
tion,  whicli works a hardship on tho
j min mis  in  trying  to  prevent  the men
,   coming  in.  is the  fact   th.it   Dr.  Ohes-
i ter.  Dominion veterinary surgeon, re
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ .-.Hies in  Suimis.    It. woul,I he  Illogical
,*l to allow his minie  to he   ,n|.  , h(i .,,,,■„„.,,„,,. ,,, s|(l|, „  worW|1R
brought    ip ai  n candidate for     tin:  man  Irom  working  "ii  th.   Canadian
.1 Conservative nominations, me sido and living on the American side
exact   i'1'  "i the conveutiou im    noi   when n government ollicial "f the Do
minion   .nnl    paid hy the Dominion
enn reside on the American Bide and
pursue bis dinU   dunes in Canada.
Control of Insect Pests
The Division ut Entomology "f tbe
innounced but  it  Is expected    '"
place at Nelson about tbe .it in
Maj and n he abrence ol any otbet
promii ent i omtnations, it is ant lei
pated tint Mi. ureen will secure tne
nomination bj  acclamation.
Hevelstoke   1 onsei vatives   have     al-  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
ready stated tbeir Intention ol sup -1 Experimental Parma Branch of tbe
porting Mr. (ireen, .is tne very best Dominion Department of Agriculture
candidate available, there is no sign Ottawa, tins recently issued a bulle
u! auy Liberal opposition, nd all ap ,:" ''>' '" ■ ''■ Gordon Hewitt, Domtn
tocei point t.. Mr. ureen beingl'0" Entomologist, on '"rhe Control
returned to tbe Dominion lloiisi un
.. i posed.
Tin   very satisfactory  progres    bo
ing made enterprising dtlx-
eus »Uo aii   pushing-.forward the or
ol  Insect  Tests in  Canada."
Au account  is given ,1 the history
ul   the   war   against   insect   peBts      in
Canada  alld  ot   tbc   maimer   in   winch
insect   pests  have  Invaded  thc  conn -
I'.v   ns   it   bas   hecn   gradually   opined
ganUation ol a "Progress Club" lor  '"' »'"'   cultivated.   Th,*    matin..'   in
Kevslstoke, is of itself ,uti.ciu.t prool  ulmh *■ Dominion and     Provincial
that such a club is needed in this city governments are endeavoring by leg
indications poiut to tbis  'Bi,',,"n '""' """''  ""'""" <" I'"'""'
I ut uur i, itions,  te-  lha Introduction ol InsM pests   into
coming a permanent and     important  ,'»""ll»    u"   ""'"'^'  ■"'•'  -l"""!
owurds agreater "; thoM    "c""i nlr™<1>* ""« *■ <lfs ■
..* ■*
I    An  Interesting  summary    ol
tbe
_.,,„ .         ,.,,. ,,,.*.   mi- vni-,,.ns lines ..f work undertak n
Tbere can  he  n i ti.it i.uk
uf inten  I i        thi   ave.      '  ,;"'   ""  b»  ""   "'*""	
.r   citisen,  and  general  tndiOerence,   Entomology at Ottawa is given   and
the  (,-eueral  public  will   a
as to our cily au*l   its  progress,  bat
been tbe chic; obstacles to oui great
surprised    at     the     manj
t;  tbis new elm,   wh" h   '[""'    "'""»   u"    "l"l"
. I .is ,i medium,
ihrougn which the energy ol oursel
ves its can i-e utilis
ed in a pracl ed manner.
Entomologists uh,* are '-iilcd    upon
to deal   »itli in-  ■
to all the varied actlvli ..*- ol
affecting  (arm  crops,
ag,   [ores!  and  sbadt   I
it tacking in.in s pi   -   ■
of "Don t uif.biu    ,uto the road ol
,>rugrciaB.
i: .»• to be hoped tberefon tbi  i:
club will  be modelled
bat a       ■ '
iVOldetl,
hnlice
u, :;..,       ■ mi nagc •
■
i tical    aud
.-.'.me of the old urn-
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tlu     you .
an oj      I       r to make    good     ou
the
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jlj   risible  r I
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•elf  be .iJvat*
(jueer Complications
'•• ->    «.->tm.u.-!    ,   M ,> 1
i ib   | Iron Hum
i.l.i,is     ei
■ -'.'■a in    that section in
w.th the lumber Industry an  t
spec;., '     :i w.ll   BO
to i-e pa.'»ed by the Dominion .:
merit,   which   **. U   DOf   "illy  af!"
•li.-tnct,   but  the  entire  houndary sec
Hon.
It Is       tated that on  the American
side, near tb'  boundary, a mill own
• 1 I'V he American Lumhrr Company
.» located. This mill MM up I tm
into roOft lunilier. On the Canadian
ride, ii sin it durtUM from ttie Anii'i
can  mill   ,*■*-   located   Hn*   I'laninr   mill
..', tbe Bleetrii Lumbei Ootnpany. The
rough lumber is bauled by teanJron
the .American iMi coming Into Obm   I
U« as rough lumber (IM of duty.   It ,\
■
.1-     and     Bnall]  affei
health of man.   All Insects   however.
are  uot  .njur.ou-  and thc   ■>
Bntomologii * -  Iic.b aim
keepiug     and    the study ol   Paris
and   Ot »  which   01 i)
itam
ln»ect pests.
•
>  Exper mi
i  in , '
I 01   i*a.
Boxing Contest
Calgary, Mas 18—Pictures of Allen
and Bayley to hand show both mon
with  considerable  superfluous    Hesh,
which they Wlll tnke ofl during the
next thirty days. Ilayley has ontli'6
lv recovored trom the injury ti bis
hand and hus taken on a last boxor
at the coasl to train bim. Allen ".ill
return to Syracuse in n low days to
train under tbe jurisdiction   of    tbe
Syracuse National Boxing A-;;*.cation.
Kor tbo boneflt ol    thos.    who nro
not acquainted with thc record ul
Joe Ilayley. we would quote bts im
ties during the past year, since Iti 8
ent ranee into professionalism. He
knocked out tin* lollowing;
Maxwell   ll rourds
Rati!)           j  rounds
I'". Wyet    S rounds
Rowan     u rounds
Nelson      2 n umls
T. Meyer     1 rounds
Eddy   Merino        s rounds
Lombard     l> i.iuuds
Lauder       'i ronn c
lie wnii from de Coui\J)y .' i3
rounds,  and  also     won  ttu d''
..ver   Pat   Sn,tt    it    tin*   CO is',   ,ll       2 '
t ounds,
(Quoting Bayley It *..'. h . '  -i
he  states.-"I am   in   thr.  p.uk  of    on
i.t.on .uni never felt >
an,l will enter I  ■ tan i
ever v l  am ■
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pi        ' .:*,       ' hUd
fans vatch   tbe  m ,.■
. tne,  at  H.i-
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bed.
Tommj   i
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REVELSTOKE OPERA HOUSE
Tapping  -K. vlllwood.  Manager I
Friday Night, May 17
IN WYOMING"
Prices,   --   50c. and $1.50
REVELSTOKE OPERA HOUSE
Tapping t'fi. AllwootI M^rs.
Don't Miss It
BIO DAY
Twenty-Third   Celebration   ol
Vittorid Day. May 24th
Baseball
Vernon vs. Enderby
Enderby  vs.   Kevelstoke
Lacrosse
Armstrong vs. Enderby
Bullion Asuncion and
Pgracttutg Leap
r-iir I** ee*. and - ii i<! Sports lor
Adults and riiildreii.
Thn i Hands in   \ttcmlancc.
I'' heniinn Olass Blowers.    X'.ui-
di i ilie Show afternoon and Bvcii
Mi' ■      Go - Round,     Wild
Animal Show.    Dance in Itvening.
S] ecial Train leaves < Ikanag in
a. in     Vernon, 8:20,
l.arkin, - 10, Armstroiifr, 9o'c)ock
.uni  ariivca .a   Rnderh}   al
* Mill *     It .iv: s     I'.tl'll thy
in Landing and S<
]" lilt*-    :it     "t '.HI  p.   111.
. Ine unI i Ine Third.
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iuta lin unlfoim I
n   the
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free.
Istoke .iii*l
trave ling
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tlle SOlltll
»»»*$*$»»0»»jHiii>Oiti(D»^an)(tiq)<niii>»<K^$»<l)iii»'»»itiitO»
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I- Actual compariBon ol Eastern Catalogue PrlceB, Freight aaded, with +jt
| HOWSON'S   FB.IOES §
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Winnipeg Price
Weight Freight
Total
Hcwson'a
Price Delivered
Kitchen
Chairs	
           50c
1Dlb     23c      73c
1501b U 53c $10 72
ii
it
ii
70c
Kitchen
       $ 1 75
$ 9.60
Dining
Table	
       $10 55
1651b
3 87
14 42
ii
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14.40
Dining
Chairs	
             88c
12111
28c
1 16
it
it
1.20
Dresser and Stand	
        8 95
1501b 3.52
12.47
,i
ii
13.00
bl
i,     it
         125
1601b 3.76 15.01
601b   1.41    4.96
41
1,
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ii
14.00
Rnri
3 55
5.20
Red
        5 35
681b
1.59
6.94
ll
ti
7.20
Domini
2 40
601b
1.41
3.81
11
ii
4.00
Child's
Cot	
5 10
751b
1.76
6.86
11
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7.20
(klei in
iiur Mattress.
....      15.00  .
$16.50
^ Wr iiiiiki* one I'lolii Ijy shipping In oiii'luml lots, thuioby savingItrtilght I'tiLus,   Bring
H.' cui ii in^iii' giving il.*.* ei ipi inn oi oi liurgnoda noi* spoolllud In this list lo our storo nml wo
pro vc out' Mliili'iiii'lil:'.     If run* in I iei u,  llullvul' goutls mnl mu up lii'i* lioin bl'Ollkage,
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R. HOWSON & CO.
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
*    ~ — ' — " $
BUSINESS LOCALS
Meet  mo ill. the Savoy,
t'u-t.oni*.  Sale.   O.P.R.   Freight nlicds
Mouday, May i:ith. at ll a.m.
See tho "Kui;iii' Bowl" windows for
Saturday specials,
Thermos bottles gnd r.hils, ill
(tizcH and pricos ul Macdonald's dr 11
stole.
Royal How* Talcum powdor, one ol
the nicest made, only 20c. a tin, it
M.  donuld's drug store.
Uustoms Bale—Unclaimed Goods —
I Mondaj, LSth Inst., u a.m,
j   Films, Kodaks, Ohemlcals,  Insl ui
non  Books, all  Hie newest, .it   M.a<
1 donald's ilnit; hIoit.
I    l,o   l'net H,   the   largest   nnd   hi .t Bl
Kufinicnt ever displayed In BovoUtoke
ul  Uowson'B.—Oot their ciihIi luiccs.
I Victor Hoi'nleBs Machines t, li'oiu
•)ju upwards, lidlson Phonographs,
liuin     yiB.60     upwards.—Reveistolie
Music  Store,  MoKeasie Avenue.
I
i   The Sut'iir Uowl ice cream parlors
arc uow open, the largest .md most
uii-to-dute parlors In the city. ...
| lie therel Where '*' Freight Sheds,
Monday next, at n a.m. Customs
Sale  ot  Unclaimed Goods.
j The "Sugar Uowl" ice creuui parlors ure uow open. The largest uud
most  up-to-date proposition in     the
j Vour losses .i: m.ie.l, rates reusou -
I   hie—W. U.  Koucrtsou,  rcul cstutc  Ht
Insurance.
Drop iu ut the Bugar Uowl for
tInit hox of chocolates, your wife,
mother, or sweetheart will hppreel -
ate it.
MATKHMTV    HOME   Ms.    >VuUon,
east   track,     has    open ,1 her new
'    house as a .Material)   Home,  'let ms
reasonable, Apply Uo\ 88, .•.ia. Wl
I    U.   Wutsou.
MUSIC—Miss Johnson, pupil ol A.
Miller, P.R.A.M., Loudon, is prepared to tuke a limited number of pupils lor tuition in music. Kor terms
apply ut the rcsidenco ol J. K.
Johnson, tirst house weBt ol the hospital,   Pint  street.
Try one ol 1'iohyn's special dishes
of ice cream called tbc "Curputhinu"
Smile.
ii l    Flower   Beoda, sweet legs,
Nasi urtiims in hulk, at Mac,loiiald's
'lun.'  store.
Sash, Doors, Mouldings
Turnings Etc.
Wc tire in the manufacturing business oi"
Sash, Doors, Mouldings, Turnings, Show
Cases, Ofiice and Bar Fixtures, Screen
Doors and Windows made lo order and all
kinds oi repair work done in good order.
We have a lull line of building supplies, lime
cement, plaster, Hard Wall Finish, bricks,
Sewer Pipe, Plaster Plaster Board, Roofing
tTWetal, Lath and all kinds of Glass, Oils,
Paints, Varnish, all colors and tints.
Much pleasure in quoting anything in tlie
Building Line.
Revelstoke
Sash and Door Factory
GEO. D. SHAW, Prop.
P. O. Box 295,  Kevelstoke, B. C.
People of Revelstoke, Do Not Be Downhearted
We have the Resources. Capital will come to us
BOOST!    BOOST!
In the time ol* Peace, Prepare for War.
Now is the time to place money in Kevelstoke.
Do not wait lor the coming raise.
Call and See Me Belore Investing.
W. B. ROBERTSON
THE CANADIAN  BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WA«.KER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., PstSiDlNT
ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager
CAPITAL - $ 10,000,000
REST, -   $6,000,000
COLLECTION   BUSINESS
With its larfje numlier of branches, agents and correspondents, The
Canadian Bank of Commerce is able to effect collections throughout
thf world promptly ami at reasonable rates. Rates will be quoted on
application.
FOREIGN   BUSINESS A230
Cheques and drafts on all countries of the world, drawn in sterling,
fratu •*, m.ii ks. lire, kronen, florins, roubles orany other foreign currency,
can be iH'i'Dlialcd at The CttlsdUn Bank of Commerce at reasonable rate*.
REVEL^TCfE    BRANCH—F. Nl   GIBSON. MGR',
Mr. Willard Muck, \nthor of "In Wyoming'
(ijiii.t I louse,  l'ml.iy, M.iy 171I1.
0. W. EDWARDS
TAXIDERMIST
Animal    Rugs,   Game
Heads and Birds
Mounted
P.O.Box 31, Revelstoke j
Fruit Lands
FOR SALE
1, ilnm Bay IhihIc in parcels ol
10 or 20 acres or en bloc. Correspondence invited.
John Shaw. Agent,
Box 616 Arrowhead
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Li W15DNISHDAY,   MAY   15th,   1912
T IT.IE HVC^IL-IET-IEiR.A.LU,  EEVELSTO BZE
WEDNESDAY,  MAY  i.'.tl,.  1912
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MALAKWA NOTES
I'nrticB ilcHlriug Information regarding tho Vallny ul tho Garden ul
Eden, oan obtain same from ol charge
by writing tu Mr. J. H, Johnson,
Mulukwu,  B. 0,
lt Ik an  uiil  time custom  with tbo
people ul thiH (iui'iii'ii ui Kiirii Valloy
tu have all  ahl  time  picnic    ami      U
goneral holiday ubuut thiH time ol
tho youi- and it him beon decided tu
hold it this yeai' on Friday, tho 2-tlh
ol Mny, 'vhich ol tlm various Parke
it In to ho hold in huu not boon do
termlned, hut no doubt a nico placo
will l>o chosen and un enjoyablo t.lmu
will ho hud. Wc understand tbot
tbere m likely iu be ii goodly number   Ol   ltCWlstol'ITB   ullt.   tU   juill   UB,   01'
rather there is talk ol a joint picnic
11 such au agreement Is tuu'lc it will
im doubt receive lhc approval ol every rcsi.luut ol thc valley uud the
glad band will be extended to all
thut tuuj 'ome aud wo predict a gen
oral  good  time.
Have  you   heard   i*l  Mulukwu'.'   Nu.'
Then  i*   ii'   lime  yuu  did.
Right on the main line in the valley
uf the Eagle river, aud ouly twelve
inilcH eiiHi  uf Sicamous,
Uuud HuiU suitable fur fruits, vegetables uud hay.
Kor fuller particulars    write     I'ost-
maseer.
This is our debut uui'ing the Cot -
eric of towns uud wttlemontB ariiind
Shuswap luke, lur though uot lm -
mediately 0 'he shereB uf that picturesque hod.> •'.' wuter, we uiu In
tbe region, uur pretty little valley
aud its meundi'i .ng strcaoi being tributary to it. i.rectiugt U uur
Irlends and neighbor of the shuswap
district. Rend the Introductory eloquent trihutf of our new u nutter,
Mr. C. II. Ballard, to the attractions
of Malakwa and thc Eagle fiver valley.
"Malakwa—What's in a u.uue: asks
the poet. Not much in some cilDM;
but the uume 'Malakwa'—thi' tb to
tbe uninitiated it, is enshrouued in
mystery—Can uow he tr,,.-, i.. i ,: .■ i
iutu or supplement! by *.b". ino-c
I'omprehensive title ol  "The Valley Ol
Li
The Valley of
m?"
"The Garten of Eden"
nun
Situated at MALAKWA AND CRAIGELLACHIE. B. C.
Just 32 Miles West of   Revelstoke,  and   Extending  between Sicamous Junction to Three Valleys Station
Area of First-Class Land-2o.ooo:Acre8
Character Of Land   Principally Level.
fiharartor nf ^nil   Bench   Lands,   Clay   Loam   and Vegetable
UlldldWrJI   Ul   OUM   Mould, while on  Lower Lands Black Loam
Prevails.
Nn !iTM lliim   Positive!y no irrigation is needed as Valley is sub-
MU  ll I KjdiiiiM   irrigated, and many creeks supply water for  Domestic purposes.
This Land is specially adapted for Large and Small Fruits, as well as
Hay and Vegetables.
Moderate Climate   Freezing is  Average Winter Weather.
Prices of Land Reasonable
For Further Particulars ALcut This Garden Spot of B. C, Watch This Page
of the MAIL-HERALD [ach Week
the Garden ol Bden," a numt at ""cm
more cogont in meaning anl more ex-
IHthhIvi' nf hrr inherent bounty ul
i.iiuii y mnl richness of n.-itnr il ro-
aourcui,    Mulukwu   smiles   WhOh      we
link her how hIu' gained an add lion'
nl name, it appear* that some ol
her more enterprising pioneers thus
christened ber while still is tbe yearn
of  tender  youth,   We Contest  Hint,  lit
lirst sight, in our editorial judgment
the iintiii' appeared to look merely a
'pet' epithet; we therefore dctermin-
ril to tent the comparative valued ol
1 li in new 'BMen' with the undent Ed
en riteii in the venerable roCoidl, Wo
found that tbo latter w m an e\t< ns-
Ive truct of rich, cultivable hi il, having a river running through It, tint
then' was a unllorni rni'if.ill, e good
quantity ol (CUit trees, t!' it tliei**
was an equable climate (.Judging hy
tbo light apparrel ot its Inhabitants)
Further  that  it was nn n.err  !.„ihr
Inru  haunt,   for   there   wan  n* r uiimn-
ilntinn ami  work tor  l"'tli mule    and
Female.    In Inct we nre t< • 1 that, everything   was vory good
Malakwa, without blurting, can une
wer to euch of these Udotitc quatlfica
tious, and ulso can add that tne IMln
line of the O.P.R. num tb'-JUgh tho
Valley, that thero is a pnetofflM, a
store uuil a publio hiill--.i Ivnntnges
whirli ancient Bden bad not Just yet
attained unto. Our edit ii ial countenance Unshod with satisla'.'ti.jn ami delight nt our ii-mi:.,*. in Mrs Vn'ley
of the Harden nf Bden anl >t tho en
couraglng fact tbat tbe Obterver is
circulating throughout the length
ami broadtb of the district ol such
potential values. Yes. there Is murh
in a nnnin when fitly applied to any
place or person.
'With the awakening oi spring (nt.
last I the valley of Eden shows many
signs of activity and progress, flowing, house puiiuing, nnd barn-build -
log arrest the attention o4 the visitor, who is nt once impressed with the
fuct that every Malukwite is -determined t.o do his best to mnke tbo
'Harden of Eden' as progressive and
us up-to-date us possible.
"Tho advance tores of agressive
Christianity tlml their local express -
ion in the Malakwa rresbyterian
cburcb, where Divine service is Ron -
ducted every Sunday by the Missionary, Ohas. H. Ballard, ot Winnipeg.
and the services arc lieing well at-
tenileil bj the people ot the valley.
There is also nn adult bible class
anil Sunday school at 2 p. m. Th"
members of the congregation, we
understand, ure pleaied to heartily
welcome new settlers comlug into the
district
. . . It Might Be Cold. . .
33TTT
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 ji.itrons. Located among the
greatest scenery of Canada, oasy of access,—the Sanitarium is luxuriously fitted and finished for comfort and
convenience of guests.
Haleyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. BOYD, Proprietor. •       Halcyon, Arrow Lakes
Union  Hotel
I JVS. .SKALV REPAIRED
RATES,
51.50 PER DAY
Weeltl) mul monthly rates to '»    r tinged.       Meal Tickets, 21 meals for $6.1*)
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C
A. P. litVUSliUB, Proprietor
1
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Laughton CS, Tapping, Props. First Street, Revel Hoke, B. C.
Windsor Hutel Restaurant
European Plan
Open Day and Night. - Meal Tickets, $6.00
MONTHLY BOARD
ORIENTAL HOTEL-
suitably   furnished   with  the choicest the
J.
market affords.      Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars,    Ratss $i a day.    Monthly rate.
ALBERT     STOLID      PROP
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged  «nd Imptoved.    First-Clasp in every respect.     All modern convenience!
I.iii.',' Sample Knuiiin.
Rat'.o .$2.00 per day       Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
Funeral of Mr. C. M. Hays
Montreal, Ma) fc— This afternoon
the remains "f the lnte CM. HuyB,
were Conveyed to the grave in Mount
Uoyal  cemetery  despite thc fact that
it «.*in generally announced that thc
funeral would be private, u large
numher ot friends assembled to | ay
their last trihute of respect. The
pn rgl otttccs closed between 2 und
i o'clock.
Naval Policy
HOTEL CLIMAX RESTAURANT
—mmm—m—m OPEN NIGHT AND DAY   ' ||
White Help Only Employed
Board by the Day or Week
Nignt Restaurant—Short Order
W. C.  BATCHELOR,       -       cTWanager.
Police will Organize
Kdmonton,  May   8—Member*  of the
Bdmonton police department wlll I*
invited to join the rnnks o< organic-
ed labor. The sulijcct came up at a
meeting ol the trades nnd labor conn
cil, wh'n president J.H. Liaeoin said
be bad lieen Informed that thc police
Officers received only $115 pcr month,
anil he dc lured tbat a mun could not
live decently on thnt uniount in Kdmonton.
MLONKBWNES6   CAN    UK   CllRKD.
OU VaMacy Ttiai DrunkrnneM Cannol
Be Oared Kipkxle*.
London, Muy 10— At thc Canadian
cluh dinner tonight, ut which Sir K.
R. Hose presided the Lord M i.ur of
London and Bhoriffs Haneon und
Uriggs were thr chief guests. Vmong
those present were: Hon. It. McBride
Sir Frederick Borden, Hon, 0. Camp
hell,  John Mowcy, Sir Hugh Graham
Donald McHaater, Him. J tl. Timer
the bishop of Saskatchewan, Major
Malcolm Murray, Colonel Uirlund.
General KUiott, Cnptuiu Hanson and
S,r.  T.  Skinner.
Hon. Mr. Mcliride, In responding tu
tbc toast of the "Dominion.'' inferred to tba wonderful success o! the
Duke of Connaught as governor-gen -
1 crul. It was a gratification. Hu suid.
I that his royal highness iut tided to
make a Western journey through Cu-
nada.
Mr. McIJride suggested that the
Lord Mayor should pay ''.m.i.i.i a
state visit on the lines of bis Con -
lineutal   visits.
"Tbe loyalty und patriotism ol Ca-
uada bus never been questioned,"
continued the speaker, "hut lately it
lm been intensified hy political ug-
vnoics which it is perhaps iiutlUing
thut I should deal with here."
Proceeding to discuss the navy ques
tion,  Mr.   M' lu.'li* Bind
"I assure you ot tlle intense interest being  taken   in   llntibb  t'olumbia
Leave It Mone
Strictly First Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with Bath
Rosedene Nurseries
Revelstoke. B. C.
House Plants, Ferns, etc.
Cut Flowers, Roses, Carnations, etc
Thos. Newell, Prop.
Designs Box 51 Phone 295
UNION HOTEL
ARKO'VHKAD, B. ('.
Si n-isl Attention given to comtiieri'lal
men and inuriM*. Firm'i.i- Mtnplf
rooms, linent n'ffipry in I'ritish Colum-
hl», overlooking Upper Arms. I.«ke.
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer     Draying
Handling Pianos a Specialty
W.J. Lightburne, Prop Phone 42 .   Njght Phone 85
Many ram <lrink who desire to atop
tb. balm Whisky, however, haa undermined the ruiiniiiutioii and created
a craving that la not to he denied,
and the man must hav*- whisky ur
niimetlniig that will remove the craving and l"iild np the lyatem and restore  the  nervea.
fiiini.ii..i Prescription stops the erav.
Ing. steadies th« nervea, biilldH up the "u "J'H '|l"'-vtion. Vie huve u.surunres
taneral health and mahss drink actu- ,from Mr. Uot den thut thc govern-
ally   distasteful   snd   nauseous.     It   ia !
tasteless and odorleaa. and can be flv-   mc"t     propose  to take  up  lhc  hubs -
en    with   or   without     the     patient's   tion ut ouce and deal  with it effect
knowledge^ In tea.  oaff.e or food.    It
la   uaod   r.fulsjl,   hy   Physicians   and
ivcly. Wc in British Columbia are
reminded day by duy ol all that a
navy meuus. 1 have every coubdenco
tnat when the premier proposes, as
he will very shortly, a strong policymaking toi the active efllcicucy ot the
Canadian navy, he will have the entire Dominion behind him.
"1 am much aucouruged to lieheve
'■■"' "I **Jj^ i Ihut  this  will  bear results,    quickly,
llospllala     It hu cured thonaan
Canada,   aad   restored    happiness   to
hundreds  of homes.
Head   what   lira.   Q. ,   •(   Unit
■ar* of H ana what It did far hor:..
"It la four months todar sine.* I
■ tarto-d to uas your Kemedy. I follow,
ed tho atroclLna, aad had Ut. k«l .1
rssulta. Oo. w-aek sftsr I started using roar lumady lb. patlont stappoa
drinking, and haa not drunh a gftasa
of Itqaor alnc*.    I hopo you will
blaas   your   llemody   wImimvu*
roaiaia. a
Mra. O——,  Hull,  qua.
(Name  withhold   hy request.)
Now.   it   there   la   anyoaa     In
town   wh*   needs   this     Remedy,   tall
them   mt   tt.     Practical   philanthropy
can take aa halter form.    If you hats
a   kisshaast.  fallMr,   brother  or   friend
who   drinks,   help   them   help   tliem
•alvaa.     Write ta-day.
A mi TRIAL PAOKAaB of Ba-
aarta, with Hoaktet giving full par-
tlrulnnk dlrertlona, teatlmonlala,
price, mmt-, will Im s*nt In a plain seal-
to anyone mentioning this
"Mm .     ' *' let liv    nOA
too, when one has watchwl the earn
'■st splendid tashion in which tne tirst
Lord ol the Admiralty, Mr. Winston
Churchill, has discharged i.he duties
ol his ofticc. Without meaning any re
Section on bis predecessor, 1 think
it may be Hafely saiil thnt Mr. (li.ir-
clilll tins mude a name tor hitn-elf
unique in the annuls of the depart -
ment. I want to emphaalze the
strong determination of the Canadian
confidential. Write todny. The Sn-' People, ns fur ne I can gauge It, to
mnrla Remedy Co., Dept. 46-49, Col- JobI w|th this question quickly. We
home itreet,  Toronto,   Cnnnda.   Also ! m"*V     expect     good rcult* from the
for anle by 0.  R.  Macdonald,  Druggist,  Revtlltokt,  D.  0.
fact thnt  the  head  ot the  Admiralty
ban euch a strung pcrBunahty. '
Joan Wanamakcr, tbc NVw York
nnd Philadelphia retail merchant, on
one  occasion .--awl;
'If there is on earth anything thut
a quitter should leave alone it is advertising. To make a -uccess one
must lie prepared to stick to it
a barnacle ou a ship's bottom,
vcrtising doesu't jerk; it pulls,
begins very gently at first, but
pull is steady. li is likened to a
team pulling u heavy loud. A thousand spasmodic, jerky pulls will not
budge tbe load, while one half tbe
power in steady eflort will start aud
keep it moving."
like
Ad-
It
tbe
SALE   OF    MINERAL    L'LAIM.-t.
In  the County Court ot West Kootenay   Holdcn   at   KcveNtoke.
Krunk   McAulay   vs.   Bcatrico    Mine*,
Ltd.,   (Nun i'llei.iuil   Liability.!
A.   A.   II*'man   vs.      Beatrice      Mines,
Ltd.,   (Non-peraonal Liability.)
John  tlunderson  and  otbirs vs.   Beatrice   Mines, Ltd.,    i Non-personal
Liability.)
Pursuant to the judgements In tho
above actions bearing date the 3*H.h
June l'Jll, the order tor sule therein
contained and the Directions given
herein on the 2nd May, 1912, tender*
will be received by the undersigned
Ior the purchuse of lhe following
mineral cltuinB
"Ueatrice" Miueial claim lieing Lot
No. 16*86, Qroup 1.
"lviinoii'l" Miuerul claim being Lot
No.  2631,  Uroup   1.
"Kolsom" Mineral cluim being Lot
No. 4687, Group 1.
All H-.t.mt,* near Camborne iu tbe
Lardeau Mining Division ol West
Kootenay Distiict, B.  0.
Considerable development work has
been done on  the  Beatrice claim.
Tenders arc to be made iu writing
and sealed uud marked "Tender tor
Beatrice Mum.*, property" and ad*
dressed to the undersigned at Rev-
eUtoke, B. C, on or hefore the 18th
day  of June,  1912.
The highest or any teuder not necessarily uccepted Further particu -
lnrs of the property will be furnished
on application to W. I. Briggs.
Plalntifle  Solicitor,   Revelstoke,   B.C.
Duted thin 8th day of May, 1912.
W.   E.   McLAUCHLlN.
Deputy Registrar County Court,
Revelstoke,  B, 0,
First issue May 8, 4weeks. WEDNESDAY,   MAY   13th,   1»12
THE   M^-IL HEBALD,   ^E-ViCLSTOKIJIi
WHDNB8DAY,  MAV  1-Hh,  1918
Murder Charge
A telegram ret Ivi *i ye terdny     by
Vttornoy ' lonei nl  i'"« ier Irom  Siqi
I'l'int. luli'iit ol I'ollci Colin S. i',imp
bell, tlii'ii nt Kamloops, contained
tbe startling Information that Ghas.
Mason, who was committed to 60
,1 ij .mii I-..inn,nt in Kamloops jail
v Mi i*\ v.. Mnundor, J.P., Hitting
,t I*'.. | . . \i*i.: iv, i.n a iii.ure "i
.'iuu,I, is wanted lor the murder ol un
, .:,'. family of live porsone at Ella
worth   Km
Bberlfl   Bradshaw,   ol     ISUswortb,
reached  Kamloop   on Tuesday,    and
restei laj   morning lutei viewed     aud
Identille i Ma   n nl tho jail,     Mason
i   exproBsi'l bis wllllnguosfl
to wa ve "\iradlt   (ormalltles anil
it    *i.i*i* to  Kansas     with
' Brad haw and lace 11"' charge
.• *
Superintendent     Campholl,   In   Ins
ke I  thai  Warden  \ IcnrB,
Kamloops  lali,  be  Instructed
id  * ' legl .on   '* i*  in oordlnglj    onl
I  ii ■*   Mi    Bowsei authorising bim
to li.i .   Mason Into the custody
t e   tmerlcnn olrlcet
N" : •        ■■■•.■.    • vi-n as i
the Kansas ct Ime.
Waodticks Work
Fui • *      .    ', Ic,      ,,,    ii,,   ,i,, .
which  i*     *ii  the  bite ol  thc  -v 1
tick   ■   given   in a  letter which    hu ■
■wi by J.".. Cockle of l-'us
1" In in     ' 'harles !•'. J umc     ol    tho
Poi ■ u ■:   mine,
Two largi woodttcks Fastening thom
-■'•■■■ oi the nape i f tin* nock of bis
little daughter canned the .inl.I lo
i. vi lop all th,* symptoms ul plnnl
mei.:' • • first **' nil tottei Ing as
' rtrit ken « th ome weakness lhe
i h ;*! completely lost tin* uso of hor
li .'i- in I ■*■*:*' and did imt rei uvei
until Iir. u.n Ro . had romovod tho
renomoua insects, Mr. James' letter
(ollowe
"I u.is much pleased to see j * in
letter ,n the Daily News Mny I. re
woodtlcks and am taking tho liberty
"! writing you u few linos In regard
to my experience with them In hopes
that it may be ol some benefit to
you. Two weeks ago tin- morning,
when my wife had dressed our little
daughter Marion, three uud a half
years old. she notice.I something
strange :n the manner of her walking and drew my attention to it ami
aa they hu.l lieen for qui to a long
walk thc dny before I thought nothing of it, but toward evening hln* up
Iieared to be like a person under the
Influence of liquor und was very of
ten  falling down.
"However, we put ber to bed tluuk
ing she would be all o.k. In the morn
Ing, but to our surprise uud alarm m
tbe morn.tig we found ihut she hud
Completely lost the wc ol bor logn
trom the hips down and the feet were
very cold, Tiie left arm wus also
'. '•'-• isell -- un.l Bbe »as unable to
speak, .My *.•..!. nt once decided that
she bad spinal meningitis.
"Wc telephoned f..r Dr. Rose mnl
he ai once asked nm by phone to look
• ■'■ tbt ' was ., woodtick on hor
ui'ck. I d,,i .<., and found two very
lar„-. or.es close together on the nape
".' tho neck. Tho doctor came "in ut
.*nco uii*l removed thnn and the child
began at once to recover, although it
"•""   ' sh.    could   stall i
reel!
"Although I bave lived In British
ist 12 yens, I
have never before heard anything about wo It - - and I bave no doubt
there are many more In the lamo
boat  and  I   think  now     there .-
g d tne t*. warn people o:
■   against  tbe danger     from
- I bave n,, doubt thore
.iro very lew Who have ever even
heard of them.
I im sending you two live ticks
undoi leparati ci ver, as I -ve you
•   ■■   • ■ •■ rti* . ' .   tbem.'
At ttie Opera House
"In Wyom i-i '     . ne oi   tM*
-     ;   the present  day     will
be seen bete at tbe Opera hi use Maj
Perhaps   not since  "The  Vtr
is    thi  stage    sen ufier •; .,
e so bun
ao I •    ,-      Mi     V
'•' •    ':■   ■ ■■   .      Tl t glorified
Bction and stag)
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: ■'*'.
"  Mi    Mat k's i   *    j    that    ba
.    be
H man.  He di ■■ ■      om
et : *•  iai  ■
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witl Hi ed t
wil I,  i*.-n..* • .      le ol bia kin *
he   knows ami loves tbe etter way
«hcn  hr  sees  it.
Wo havi tb'* est of di • *■ : 11
J "'ii ; resi i Ipl in . Bi Ing t hem along
i" Macdonald's  ae«   di ug Bton .
Sewing Machines
A nice new stock of Singer and Wheeler Wilson Sewing Machines
For Sale or Hire
by the month  at Manning's.
All kinds of machine needles
stocked.
tf, MANNING, Agent.
CORSETS
arr designed in many
models, each closely following the lines ol some particular type of figure.
Each model is made in a
complete range of sizes.
Rarely indeed do we lind
a woman who cannot be
fitted "just as if the corset
were made for her alone."
The important thing is to
get the model that suits
your figure.
If your dealer liafn't thc right
one he will get it for you. If
you are interested in the new
models, write for our free style
book.
Crompton Corset Co., Limited
Toronto
WANTED
WANTED—A Dressmaker to go out
sewing by the day.- Apply Mall-
Herald,
TO LET—Three nice rooms i i let
ovei the Maiming store. Applj to
Mr, ii   Manning.
Kill! SALE lloisr and harness, nisi
light Express Wagon. Apply Boj
827,   Ravelstoke,  B.C. it.   M.n
WANTED- A young girl, !• oi 12
veins of age, to take care ol a
baby ball n day each week Steady
employment lor gi od girl Applj
to Mall Herald.
WANTED—Five Good  Millwrights,  -
Apply     C.   lv  Kendall,
Hotel.
1  wunt   tu   Imy   t«<*   good  sn-room
dwellings centrally located, — H. N.
Coursier.
WANTED—An
housemaid, must
washing.   Wages twi a *
per mouth.     i
WANTED—Boy  about   16
,. *.  [or Gem i
in  own  Hand     writing
Ware & t !o.,  Ltd . Beaton,   B i
FOR  SALE  CHEAP—Five   ,■
driving  -Mare,   ru ;   buggy
itter and tingle harness, .ill In
good condition. Ownei leaving tbe
city.   Uoi   'JU   City.
NOTICE OP   DI8B0LUTI0N
Notice        hi
* W in, >
A.   Ua: r i   .      .
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Mi thi
whicl    wi        . ■ . • ral
.  Mr, Bat rai
mini   nami
• ■
Ml    Barraclough  is I
■■    m     .    due   to
the lute partnership  fl a,
Uati i  May   ith,  1312
Earl  A,  Barraclough
LICJI OR   ACT,  1910.
Nol ice       b i       given  t bat, on I be
th day ol June, next       application
ill  *'   ni.nic to tbe    Superintendenl
provlnolal Polloe for the grant ol
license for the sole of liquor by  re
tail iii and   Upoo  the premises  known
ae Humbert Hotel, situate  near Rev
elstoke, li.   ('.,   upon   the  lands     des-
itil.cil   a;   Lots ')    nnd   10,      Illock   8,
Fourth  Stroet,  Kast.
Dated  this  lOth  day of  May,  0912.
R0SABI0 DE8IM01NE,
Ajiplicaul.
Now is the  Time to
Get Your Flower
Garden in Shape
We grow the finest bedding*
oul plants llmt can bo grown,
'Si different varieties of AS-
TERS. Write for our complete
price list of ROSES, SHRUBS,
PEONIES, DAHLIAS, etc. All
plants now ready.
FRACHE BROS.,
Florists, Columbia, B.C.
«*.
mM*
i:\A.MINAT10N    POR   INSPECTION
OF  BTBAM BOILERS  AND
MACHINERY.
Examinations for tin. position ol
Inspectors ol Steam bollors ami Ms
chlnery, under the "Steiim-builors In
ipoctlon let," will be beld .ii bhe
Parliament Buildings, Victoria, commencing Mny  ISth,  I■<iii.  Application
und  Instruction   forms  ran   In* Innl on
application to tin* undorslgnod, to
whom the former must be rcturnod
correctly tilled In, not later thuu May
1st, 1912,   Salary, 8130 per u tb, in
creasing $6 per montb por annum to
<i maximum of $180 por month,
JOHN PE0K,
Chiel  Inspector  of  Machlnory,
New Westminster, B.O.
'I'n OANADIAN  ARCHITECTS.
CompetH     lor     New     University
Buildings to lie Eerectod at Point
Grey, near Vancouver, British
Columbia,
The Government ol Uritish Oolumbia invite Competitive Plans tor tbu
general scheme and design lor tho
proposed new University, together
With more detailed l'lans for the
buildings to be erected lit at at au ch
t limited   cost   of   *l,.r>0O,000.
Prizes ol $10,notl will be given tor
the most successful   Designs submitted
Particulars of tbo competition and
plnn of site may be obtained on request from the undersigned.
The dcRicns to be sent in by July
31st,   1912,  addressed  to
THE MINISTER OK  EDUCATION
Parliament Buildings,
Victoria.   llritiBb   Columbia.
ri\ ll.    SER\ ICE    ACT
The qualifying examinations lor
Third-class Clerks, Junior Clerks aud
Btenographeia will be beld at the
following places, commencing on
Tuesday,   the  2nd   July   next    Arm
■ hiUiwai r..   I  .in.', i ..uul.  Uai,
can, ' iohleo, Gi
Kaslo, Kelowna, Ladysmith, Nanai
mo, Nelson, New Westminster, I ea b
lund,  Prince   Rupei
,: 	
.
sub -
en 1
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r Clerks
. nere.
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Keg
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NOT ,
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• of a est Kootenai
V.Ke  ,
-        ipply [or i>ei
to PUI     *
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POtt    I'lll' '
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NOTIOB
i'i •! toke  Land  Wsti
District   of    '
Take not ce *;
.*'  Halcyon,   B   I
r.'-d woman    ■ '
mission    to     pun
described land:
Commencing at s
tbe South Boundary sixty chains wesl
"'iih east COI ner of Lol 'm '.
tbence soutb go obains, thenoe earn.
40 chains, thence north 2'i chains,
t.o Hiiid south boundary of I"-1 1078
tbenoe  hmhi. along said  boundary 40
chains  mon; or  less  t.o  point  of ' "in
msnoement, containing mi aorei more
ot  leu
Dated March  llth,  1912,
Luna  A.  Uloodln.
Hugh l'utiueun, Ageut
ftYNUfol* |Ura tuhL   IVIinlMb
IkLU-JUilllUllO.
Coal initiiiix rights "i tin* Dominion
111   lUiilliluliu,   bUSkutUbUWuU   ami   Al
berta,   iim    i'ukou    rerritory,     the
NlJl'Idl Hi*.,I.   'li'l i ll"l imm   llllll   III   11   poi
Hon of tbo i'loMiiMi* ol llnti:.Ii Columbia,   may   lm   loused   Ioi   n   till"  ol
iwi'iity one yuurs .it uu uuuuul reut
al of n an acre, Not more than
2,500 acres Will ne leased to ono applicant.
Application for lease must bo uiadu
by iiiti applicant lu person to thu
Agont or Sub Ageut ul tbo dlstriot
in  wliicli  the rights applied tor     arc
situated;
in surveyed territory ihe land must
bo    described   by sections, or   legal
null divisions  ol   SCCtloUS,   nnd   In   uu
surveyed tor ri tory  tbo  tract appllou
for shall  "   staked out  by  the    ap
plicant biiusi'ii.
Bach applicant must lie uccompan
led ny a tee ol .b «bich wlll ho re
funded if tbo rights applied lot- are
not available, but not otherwise, a
royalty shall be I'.od ou the mer-
obantabl itput  ol tin* mine at the
rate  of  live cents  per  ton.
Tbo pi'iHoii operutiUg tin* mini'shall
furnish tbo Agout with swore returns
accounting for mi' lull iiuuntlty ol
merchantable coal mined ami pay the
loyally thereon. If tbu coal mining
rights aro not being oporatcd, sucu
lutiirtiu should be furnished ut leasl
onco a year.
Tho lease will Include the coal miu-
ing rights only, but the lessee may
be permitted to purchase whatever
available surfaco rights may ho considered necessary lor tho working oi
the mine at the rale of $10.uu uu
acre.
Kor full Information application
Bhould lie made to tho Secretary ol
the Department Of thu Interior, Ottawa, or to the Agent or Hub-Agent
of  Dominion  Lands.
W. W. 00RY,
Deputy  Minister of  the  Interior.
N.B.—Unauthorised publication of
thiB advertisement will not be paid
for.
WATER  NOTICE,
Notice  is hereby  given  tbat Willis
John Armstrong, "i     Revelstoke,  B.
('.,   will   apply   [ot   a   license   to   take
and  use six (ti)   miners inches of  water out of Mill Creek, which Hows in
a   south-easterly      direction    through
Section  29,   Township     25,  Ituugo 2,
West ol   tbe   tth   Meridan,   and    empties  into Tonca     Watha nver.  near
Big   K'i.ly.  B.C..   The   water  will    be
diverted  at  200  l« t  above C,  P.  lt.
track and will be used lor irrigation
purposes on tbe land described as 25
acres,   i ai    sectio    21,   township  23,
■ * *'  ol  'tii Mei idan.
notice     was   posted   on the
id on the llth day of April, 1912
The application     w.ll be Bled In the
of ihe Water Recorder at Rev-
-■•, in c.
ns may  be liled with     the
Re   rdci   or  with the
i   "I  Watei   Rights,    Pur-
'' li toi la,  I). 0.
WILLIS   J.   ARMSTRONG
Applicant. ...
R. Z. CRAWFORD
CONTRACTING
PAINTER
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Agent   (or   Flexlume   Electric
Signs
REVELBTOKE COUNCIL
No, 21, ROVAL TEMPLARS OF
TEMPERANClii
Meets every  aud  and  Hu Thursdays
In     OddfellowB    I i.ui,   at a u a..,,,.
^ Isiting  Tomplars ure cordially   in -
Viliul  l.o  ui trim.
W,  tii.  MUNSON, a. 0.
A.   I>.   'llll UNI'JII,   R,   8,
HARVEY, Mi*,CAKi'i*;ii
ANU PINIUIAM,
Barristers, Solicitors,  blto.
Imperial Bank  iiiuIiIiiik itevelstoke, u, o.
Money  to Loan.
Olllces—Revelstoko,    li.   0„     and
Craubrook, D. 0.
Geo. H. MeCarter,
A.  M.  Pinkliuiu, J.  A.  Harvey
Revelstoke, Cranbrook
ROBERT BMITH,
Provlnolal Land suvsyor,
Mining Hui veyor,
B)nginesrln|
WoKBNZlE  AVE.,
BOX    i'n..   REVELSTOKE
W .       II .       W A L I. A 0 K
ARCH IT 10 UT.
I'   0, Box  Mil,  Revelstoko, B.O.
Hi PERT   W,   HAOOBN
Revelstoke,  B. 0.
Dominion  und   B.   O.   Land   Surveyor.
KOOTENAY     LODOE, No,  .b A. V
and  A.   M.
Hrgiihn      meetings arc held  iu  MAS
0NI0 TEMPLE,     Oddfollows1      Hall
on the Thud  Monday  in ouch  month
at h p. in.     \ imting brethren     art
cordially welcome
W, THOMSON, wi iM.
w. u. ROBERTSON, Secretary.
COURT     MT.      BBQBIB,    No,  -iliil.
OK I, 0. K.
Meets In I. O   O.   K.   Hall  no.il.    to
fapplog'i Opera House every second
aud fourth  Monday  in  month,   Visit-
lug brethren cordially  welcomed.
G. W. BBLL, 0. It.
WM.  H.  CAMERON.  Reo.-8ec.
O.  W. O.  W.
Mountain   View  Camp,  No.  22*
Meets Second    anil      Fourth   Wodues
duys     in  each   month   in     Selkirk
Hall.      Visiting   Woodmen  arc
cordially Invltod to attend
A, J, WOODLAND, Con, Com
JAMES  McINTYRE,  Clerk.
SELKIRK     LODOE  12, I. 0. 0. K.
Meets every Thursday ovoning in
Selkirk Hall at. li o'clock. Visiting
brethren  cordially  invitod.
11.    SIEGFRIED,   N. G.
JAS.  MATHIE,  Secrotary.
GOLD RANGE  LODGE,       K.  of    P.,
NO.  26,   REVELSTOKK,   ll.   0.
Meots every   Wednesday  except    the
Third  Wednesday of each month     in
OddfellowB'  Hall nt S o'clock.  Visiting Knights are cordially invited.
ii.  iv. GARLAND, 0. 0.
O. H. BROCK,  K. of R. * 8.
M. nf V
Smoker's Supplies
'I'lu* obi iilinl'h' uum bus ilu* lmi;i*st mul bt'Hl Inn* ofSuiokerB1
Supplies ever In the l lty, mul oui prices lire right, Tills brands
..I i i)*.n *, I.* i in,,'*.,■ in,iu. Price from $1.00per box up; not made
li miii Hemp cither,
Meerschaum   Pipes from $3.00 to $10.00
Calabash Pipes Irom $3.50 Up
nui   Hlock    "I   CmImImm.'u    Pipes   M*   miii.ill   on   io''ninl   of   lhc
nop I nu nc .i I.n Iui i' 111 is yenr nml (|Ulllity poor,
Hi uu Pipes in cases (rom $1,00 up,
AhIi Ioi  llu* hinii'lis II.  H.  II.    In.,ml.    Kvery   pipe   is   glliu'.lll-
teeil.
Cigm .uul i mm.in iu Holders, Oiises nml Lighters, Pouches,
Ash Trays ninl Pipe Kuchs. Tell us whal you want nnil wc will
•.nu you. II you cnnnol cull, phone 3? nntl goods wlll be sent to
youi home Ira approval*   Hit) corlj while slock Is complete.
McKinnon's Cigar Store
ASK THE DRIVER
'Everybody knows liiin, lm will
toll ymi Hint the whiskeys wears
Belling at'S   lhe  host.     Cull nml lie
convinced. No luuiHi'liohl should
ln> without a supply of oiu* Harvey's Speclnl Scotch Whiskey; our
Frapin Llquour Oruntly, guaranteed
HU years old or Blookborry Brandy
I'm* Mi'ilii'inal purposos, Our stock
of choice Wines and Liquors of all
kinds arc unexcelled,      Sold Iiy all
ilu leading hotels, or telephone
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.. Ltd.
Iiiiiiiii III:.  Ul (I llciilnl :■ 111 fun: Vine!.. I ll'lllil ii, Ci|;ilill nnd ClgarettllB
JUST PUT INTO STOCK
A BIG LINE  OF
Fresh Imported Groceries
^
D. GaUicano, Second Street
Dr. J. C. Morrison
Dentist
Post Graduate t liicago University
Specialty    All   Porcelain   aud
. ast v i.'wu Bridge VVork
Cor. Grdnvillt and Kobstin Sis.
Vancouver
i (vei Harrison's Inuc ! lore
Phone s> *,   SOS
E.   G.    BURRIDGE
Tinsmith Repairs, Hot Air, Pipe
and Furnace work
-WORK   8HOP-
OonnauKht  Avo.   -    Rovolstoke
White-Star-Dominian
CIIMDIIIN SHE
Royal Mail Steamers Sailing Every Saturday
Wireless antl Deep Sea Signalling Appatatus
New Triple Screw New Triple Screw
S.S. Megantic   n.ooo tons each   S. S. Laurentic
Ulectric Elevators       Skilled Orchestra       Blectric Heaters, etc.
Sails May  11 th, June 8th, July 6th.
May 25th, June 15th, July 13th
FIRST CUSS, $92.50.   StCOND CUSS, $53.75.   THIRD CUSS, posM\D] $32.50
one-class (I ii Cabin service.
Twiii-Screw S. S. Teutonic     Twin-Screw S. S. Canada
.^hJ lict long, 18,0011 horsepower SU I'cet long
Saiis May l8th, June 15th, July 1 ith.    May 4th, June 1st, 29th
$55 and up, Third Class, $32.50. $50 and up, Third Class, $31.25
All steamers sail from Montreal, calling at Uuebec
I'jnl'.ul, night before sailing.     No holel expenses,     No transfer charges
Company'8 Offices, 61!), Souonil Avo., Near Cherry SL, Seattle
R. Z. CRAWFORD     WALL PAPER
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AND CARPET CLEANING
New Lightning Method
Painting, and Painted Walls
i leaned like new,
Corporation of the City
of Reulsioke
Hi i Cal
He '  ....    .
i is known    Failure ti
■ Je   nlfanrti.
My  linlT,
II    A    I.AV.
i itj oi«rk
KALSOMINING
Paper Hanging a Specialty
Estimates t.i /en
Making and re-Silvering
i  itting .11 il Boring
Frosting and Staining
I'n ture Framing, etc,
Prices Reserved.
D. W. BRILL
Painter, Paper Hanger, I lecorater
Revelstoke, U I ,
Dr. de Van's Female Plllt
\ reliable Pren
i enceedlnslf bo*erlii| In n*i!ni*,i
I.-, iterative porllnn pltne tetnul Keli   ■'
i* im, t.i* * ni    l>r. il» »«n'e mi.       I al
• >. "i tlir-elin (10.   Mailed to any aitiltf)'
the «• o>..u Droa Co.. St. Cathsrluee, Ont,
Lumb
ermen
li will pay you to
make a call al
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fnr Buyer and Exporter
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED  I8BB
Record of Progress for Five Years—1906-1911
Capital
Reserve   -
Deposits      -
Loans and Investments
Total Assets
lyoti
+ 8,000,000
3,000.000
28,677,730
27.4.r>7,090
33,0U0,1!)2
I'm
$ 4,000,0(11)
4,600,000
36,042,811
;I8,854,801
48,237,284,
Has 83 Bronolua in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents In all
tho Principal Cities In the World.
a OENIRAL UAftnlNb BUalNUM TRANSACTED
SAVINGS  BANK  DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Intcrosl allowed at highest curium rate.
Revolstoke Branch. W   H. PRATT, Manager
Our Doctors Antiseptic Shoe is Proving a Winner
This last is filling a long felt want and its water-
iiioiif qualities are standing the test.
We carry a full line of thc famous Pene-
tang Shot' pack and all kinds of rubber footwear.
Once a customer always a customer. Satisfaction guaranteed.
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
Boot und Shim Itopnlrers,
Miiittli'ii,
Hurnebs Makors
Old Town,
Revelstoke, B, C
lielorr Lir :m' vour mil
i   «i.i kinii   i
im tin' lni-.li.   I make a
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te'jiiitriltiiyourbusiueai,
UNIOiN   CIO AUS
Inland Revenue Standard for Cigars is %£ fbs. per
1.000. By statistics our Union contains 25 lbs. per
1,000. That proves quantity! What about quality ?   Ask the Smokers and Try One yourself.
UNION  CIGAR  FACTORY
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THE MAIL-HERALI),  REVELSTOKti]
UKIiNKSHAY    MAY   l.Mli,   i'l 12
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THE ONLY SHOE STOCK
IN TOWN WHICH CAN
SUPPLY THE NEEDS OF
THE WHOLE FAMILY
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. £. Jtume 8t Co., £imUed
OUR SHOE MOTTO
Classy Shoes in newest designs
at a minimum cost for maximum wear.
OUR DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT
LADIES HOSE
Special line of ladies' mercerized lisle hose, black or tan,
any size, tit
35c per pair or 3 for $1
English Delainette
New lot of English Delainette, line, lovely coloring and
patterns, 32-in widths, nice for
dressing gowns, dressing jackets, wrappers, etc.
20c per yard
Ladies' Underskirts
I,adies' gingham wash underskirts, good color and good
si/.es at
$1 each
The New Parasols
arc very interesting. White embroidered linens are to be the
big sellers. We have these in
3 nice lines at
$1.75, $2.75, $3.75
s Dresses
Special lot of child's dresses
antl blouses, a mixed lot, at
50c each
BARGAINS
In Boxed Note Paper and
Envelopes
Regular   25c per box.    We
have an over stock of this and
pass it on to you at
I5c per box
Ladies' Dresses
Another lot of ladies' wash
fabric dresses opening up this
week. Neat house dresses
these. The thrifty house wife
will appreciate them. They
have some style to them, besides being good washers and
made of serviceable materials,
a big assortment
From $1.50 to $S,50
CHILD'S HOSE
Special line of child's hose,
black or tan; 5 to 7 sizes, at
3 pair for 50c or 20c per pair
New Nurse Cloths
and Suitings
These fine, strong wash
fabrics come in such neat patterns of hair stripes that they
have been adopted by the general public for most every kind
of wash garments. They are
nice for boys blouses, girls
dresses, misses or ladies dresses. Splendid lot of colorings
and patterns at
20c per yard
Millinery Department
All ready-to-wear Hats at reduced prices, $6.50 for $4:50; $4.5o for $2.50
New shipment of Summer Hats arrived this week.
Groceries and Crockery Department
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY BARGAINS IN FLOUR
Men's and Boys' Furnishing Department
COOL CLOTHES FOR WARM WEATHER
SYRUPS
Our stock of Syrups at thc present time arc
unsurpassed. I,vies Golden Syrup. Kdwards-
burg, Corn Syrup, Imperial Syrup, MaeNally's
Pure Syrup, fresh from thc Maples of New Brunswick, and other brands of Golden Syrups. For
tabic use, cooking and candy making, we can surprise you in Syrups. Phone or send the children
to thc Store.
CANNED GOODS
Thia is the time oi 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,
thc quality of this particular brand is thc reason
that everyone asks for it. Put up in 2 Ib. cans of
every fruit and vegetable on thc market.
PICKLES
Wc pride ourselves on the fact that uc can put
on thc market Crosse & Blackwell's Pickles fresh
from thc makers at a price that is all our own. Pts.
at ,vsc. and Quarts at O.sc. pcr bottle, in Mixed,
White Onions, Chow-Chow, Walnuts and Gcrkins,
Wc save you money by buying direct.
BARGAINS
Two  days this  week,   Friday and   Saturday 1
we are going to offer you IV RO self-rising flour
for Pancakes at only ao cents pcr package and also
a bargain in Laundry Soap at 7 bars for 2j   cents.
Remember—This Sale is for Friday and
Saturday Only.   Don't Miss the bargains
FANCY GROCERIES
We have just finished unloading a large car
of all the choicest and best groceries on the
market to-day, made up of Teas, Coffcs,
Breakfast Cereals, Nuts, Soups, Mushrooms,
Jams and Jellies, Pickles and Sauces, Fancy
Cheese, Syrup and all thc newest Groceries
that can be had in all the first-class stores..
We are able now to lill orders for anything
and everything you want.
DINNER SETS
We are offering some new Dinner Sets iii the
latest designs and patterns at prices that will
make you take notice. See our new white
and gold stock pattern, from whieh 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. Wc also carry two other
pretty stock patterns and our full dinner sets
will also please you.
STRAW  HATS
MEN'S PANAMAS—We are In a position to suit
every mail's taste and his pocketbook as well in the
matter of Nobby Panamas. Everyone wc guarantee to be genuine Panama, and even the cheapest lines are fitted with Russian Leather sweat
bands and grease proof device. Either in bleached
or unbleached  fibre; wide or narrow leaf.	
Prices, $5.00, $7.50, $12 each
MEN'S BOATERS A fine assortment of the
very latest styles. Not an old one in the bunch.
Either in split straws or heavy  English weave.
Prices, $1.75 to $3.50 Each
MEN'S TUSCANS—The most comfortable hat
yet produced at a moderate price. They stand the
wet and keep their shape, Either in the soft
crown or boater crown.
Prices, $2, $3, $3.50 Each
MEN'S STRAWS A wide range in a variety of
shapes and weaves. All thatcomlort on a hot day
requires.
Prices, 75c. to $2.00
MEN'S CANVAS HATS—Just the thing  to  work
in.    All sizes and shapes.
Prices, 75c and $1 Each
GARDEN HATS—For  men,   women  and  children, large and small.
Prices, 25c 30c and 40c. Each
CHILDREN'S STRAW AND LINEN HATS
We have them for both boys and girls. You can't
make a mistake when you come to us.
Prices, 353 to $1.50
MENS 2-PIECE SUITS
Unlined except on the shoulders, lapels, and
under thc arms. They arc nobby and right up to
the minute. Just the thing for now. Wc have
them in greys and browns.
$14.00 to   $18.00
CHILDREN'S SANDALS
Wc are in a position to oiler you the best
values ever shown in Revelstoke. All our sandals
arc genuine calf and made with welted soles,
pliable and easy on the feet.
Prices, $1.25 to $2
BROWN OOZE CALF SANDAL—Soft as
a glove.     Wears like iron.
Prices, $2 and $2.25 Per Pair
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, moBt of which
are Imported by ourselves direct from England, enabling ub to
sell Rt B price that saves you the middleman's profit.
Screens—by the yard or make into curtains, a good assortment
Madras- We have both colored and white in very dainty designs, from illli' per yard up.
Linoleums and Floor Cloths
A good assortment of Nairn's printed and inlaitl in patterns
to suit every taste at prices that are lower than can be offered
ugain owing to the advance in raw material.
Beds and Bedding
Wc also slock B full line of beds, mattresses, blankets, comforts and pillows.
Bargains for This Week Only
We are offering a special reduction in Japanese Rugs 9x12
at $3.20; 2*x6ft $1.25- 3x6ft $1.96- Everything in that line
will go at bargain prices.
Anything not mentioned  that you want call  in and
ask for it, wc will be sure to have it if in this line.
—i WEDNESDAY,  MAY ISth, 1111
THE'MAIL-HERALD.   REVELSTOKI!]
WEDNESDAY, MAV 15th,  1012
HOT    WEATHER    GOODS
SALE PRICES ON ALL WOMEN'S UNDERMUSLINS
Here   is   an   opportunity   of   buying your  Muslin
Underwear at Special  Sale  Prices
Women's cTVluslin Drawers.
Women's o/Vluslin Combinations
Women's Muslin Corset Covers
Women's cTHuslin Princess Slips
Women's Petticoats
children's drawers
Call in  and   look  over  the   Special
Prices lor 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 Cul Prices.
REID & YOUNG
THE CITY IN BRIEF
Frank  Clegg.   thc  great   Xylophone
per, at the Empress tonight,
Mr**; .1. C Watson Third street,
will nol rect •■■■ nrt Thursday, Maj
I6tb.
Remembet   the  Ladies'   Auxiliary
to
li.  ol  I..   K.  Imim-i   [n  ,'pcru  liuiisc
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May 2Ut
Ti*   Band ■ •'.  ll"t"* will moel at
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Oity    Hall,    tomorrow, Thursday,
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Mr. .it'. 1 Mrs. .lue. iRobertBOtl,
Winnipeg, are visiting theli son
W. B. Robertson for the summei
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SEEDING-    TI3VLE
As the time has arriveil when you must il" youi needing, we wish
to draw yonr attention t<> tin* (acl thai our seeds are nil fresh and
new stock ifi anv old one* left i" slult "ir. ilur iinioii s,ts ,n,-
tin* best, either tin* Dutch Srt or tli*- Multipliers,
FLOUR AND FEED We have just unloaded .'in* car "l Puritj
IN,nr, One Car of No. 1 Tittiotliv Hay, One Car I'ced, including Oats, whole or crushed, Wheat, Barley, Corn, Bran, Shorts
.uul Chops, If yon require any of these, let ua i|ui,u* you prices,
We Can Save You Money.
A. HOBSON,
MacKenzie Avenue
Mr. G, M.  Hi't-.s, formerly U, P. It.
. *.*• nan,    appointed acting    i>tv-
ventive oftlcei   ol  customs, commenced  work Saturday.
Don't lorget "In Wyoming" .it thc
Opera house,  May  17th.
AU accoutrements, arms and uni ■
lorms belonging to F, Co., U>2nd
Kegiment, must be returned to thc
D:.,l Hall at ouce. By order, Hobt.
•ini.tti,  Capt.,  0.   C,
"In Wyoming" tbo grcut comedy
•Jiuuia oi the jiia.us, at the opera
bouse.  Frrda)   night, May   IVtb.
l-.i' Brigadi Ni* l will bold tbeir
annual picnic on May 2-Rh m Colum
bia I'ark. The picnickers being con
lined to members of tbe brigade and
theii  families only.
Mr.    ar.-J     Mr.-.  Wm.  Draney    and
of  North  Bay,  i'tit..
spent   two   ilay=   last   week   in   town,
thc guest    ■•:  Mr. ana Mrs. A. John-
Mr.  Draney  .*-,  yardmaster    for
the C.P.R. at North Bay.
Twenty-niiM times In Masse) Hall
Toronto, in om    * Bert  Har
vey's     record.   Empress  tbeatri
The Empress theatre la putting on
:   mgbt each week, ., great
novelty  to  Revelstoke  theatre goers
There  trill    e prizes given -to tht    ■
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ludiem ad     in
tions l     tbe     manager of the
■atre.
You Who Are Constantly Travelling
What Protection  Have Vou  in Ca«c of ACCIDENT Dy Sea or Land ?
Drop in and we will  explain  oui
Accideut Policy, double liability,
| i.OOO ou It ft- .m.I J10.00U double
wi't'kH  iiiilt-llthilv .
Improved Gold Hotitl
iui ■ costing >;' j yeai.
liability, pa) lug &5.UU
KOOTENAY  AGENCIES  LIMITED
VERY EXTENSIVE
PUBLIC
Kootenay Bje-llectiiins
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Cricket Club Meet
Minutes ol u special mooting ol lho
Revelstoke Cricket Olub, held at the
City  Hall,  May   18th
President Bourne took the ba i tit
v 30 p.m. Tbe minutes ol the prec td
Ing  meeting were  read and  adopted
\ letter was read from Wf\\. i*',**-
tei.  v Ictoria, oBei Ing to the club   a
but   t"t   competition,   lt   was
posed by  Mr.  Wallace, socoi
Mr.   Fleetham,  that   thc    tl
ub  be  tendered  to  Mr.   Fi
tor  ins  kind offi unanim
ously.
Letters  wen   i ead  In m  Mi    Bi 11
ol the B.C. Cricket   \
Becretary  ol  the  \ li I
Mr. w. w . Fostei, refel
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teams "t  \ ancouvei   i.e.    II
decided  to accept  the  oiler  ••!     Mr.
Fostei tu call *i meet
\., tor a
thi   matter with bim
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\  lettei   was read In m  I
Cricket  dub asking
,t Kelson,   tt  was m<
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tbe Nelson team
play a match here .'.tb-Mi  J
towards  tbe
return    tmit-rli  at   Vi
[the
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jl.  Wallace   D   I
i'.  M.  Field, F
Mr.   i
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Kamloops match ol tho Jlth inst.
a Lettei  was read [rom Mr. Brett,
Bcc.-Treas      Ii.  C. Cricket   Associa
tion (wbich tiie local club i- pn
ii..-  I..  i".tn  notifying the club thai
Mi. F,  ll.  Boui n.   li.,     ... * t.-1 .,
Hon. President  at  tbe   i * ••■   \
The     meet Rig     *.
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District Many New Reads
Being Mude and OM Ones
Repaired    200 Men Ktnployed
Government Road Superintendent
lOii, Trimble In now fairly started In
the various public works In the Rev
olstoke dlstriot which will consume
tlm handsome sum nf $110,000, ap
proprlated by the government lor
this year's expenditures,
Among the Important works uow
being I'ai'iii'il on is Uie reducing of
•tin.' grade to nine per oont. "ii the
MeOarty ami Lonzo Hills, on Fourth
street oxtenalon road, ThiB will bo
straightened In connection with the
new bridge, nne and n quarter milos
ol road at tbo head ol Haponl lake,
mil i.e completed tins yoar, which
will connect up two ends ol tbe Oo
inini,in road south I)} tho end ol
July, and this will make n it'""l au
to rond from tho city to Clreen Bllde
Oreely Creek road will i"1 widened
.nil  along tho   Ide hill  nonr Camp ■
boll's ranch,    making n i I 20 loot
road along tho sldo hill, This alono
will cosl $3000, Tho villa proporty
near the old Bowman saw mill site
will lie opened up and cross Btreets
mado, The new Miller-Boll sub-division   at    the   IpOl   Ol   McKdllDlO   avenilM
will In' opened up, making n road
t "innl the foot "t tho lllll and sever
ill branch roads leading t" the river.
There will also bo constructed this
Benson one and n ball miles ol new
trails on Mount Revelstoke. All bbe
roads from tbe city out .smith will
be graded and rolled, while all   the
roadl  ill       the      west   end   from   tli.'
bridge in Hi.* Hit Eddy mill wlll be
graded and gravelled. New road to
the villa pn.perty near Fred Prasor's
propertj will be made. Also three
miles nl the new road on the west
sub' ol ihe Columbia river in the direction "f Arrowhead, whieh eventually   will   form   part   "f main load   1"
Arrowhead.
\ 'inv,'way trom ibe raco track around Columbia Park and back up
along the river is contemplated. On
the big Bend canyon road four turnout places will he made, while on
this road the government will post
notiee in,ants Informing travellers "f
the exact crossing places In bhe road
thus preventing meeting In bad places
in the toad. A thorough auto rond
will I.,, ma.I.* fi mn tins City to BHffbt
Mile      Falls,    New      trails   Illaile   last
year above Downey Creek will he ex-
tended    and    widened tor   seventeen
miles.   Thoro will then     he n wagon
road from Downey    Creek to    Ool-J
Stream.   The trail (nun Goldstream
to Canoe River will he Improved lor
the  whole distance  as will  all    "ther
trails,
Tin  town "f Arrowhead Is not    lo
rerlooked    by the     pul,In* works
department,  aa  many   new  aidewalka
It.   The road on the west
i  ver  will      I e Cnmtn nee I
from     Hall-  Landtag t" Revelatoke,
miles ,.( wlneh will :*e complet-
mnaei   also two mlies     ■■!
new  : tlena   Hay.   an-i  a  new
Halcj -■ in -
- v   miles.
The hand lomi    uni ol $6000 will bo
•h*   rhood ol  P.* aton
"  improv
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m   :•  ,n tbe
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'amborne   it lie pres
ire emi d     in
: the city
sent. ilev. Obas, I, nlu T a Id V 'I.
Stevens   t. pi    ..m'ciI      t lie      Is   ml'iiips
church,
Reports were pre i * i ,.,| i tr eai li
etreuH an,I mission !'nli ' ilin.; • he re
suit, nf the year's work. ""Rn n>i in
liirslup returns show a gratllylng ln-
nease ami a siilistiinl.'lnl iueri'iise was
reported In the contributions, especially wiih Kamloops church, tho sum
ol  over $24,000' being raised    .lin-iiii;
lbe past, year, most nt whieh wus
raised for ibe new churoh t" be opened on May 26, while all other eon
nexlonal fimil- were well siisluineil.
Ilev. tl. M, Wiinforil wus eleel.eil to
t'i'preseiil the dlstriot on the standing rominiUee at  ihe annual confer
enee to he held in Vielorin uexl
week.
Tlle   following laymen     were     also
eleeti',1   ili'leitati's to eiinr.'renee:
Kamloops, Dr, Gerry and O, A.
White;    Ashcrolt,  If Lohmani  Nicola,
II. Hell, Salmon Ann, |{. Neelanils^
Revelst oke,   O,   landmark;  Goldon,   P.
Gilford; Tumi Lako, IS. Shaw.
Gun Club Shoot
I'rait i.-e shoot of the Rovelstoko
Gun ('iui,. belli Saturdaj the llth
Instant
Following nre tin* scoros mado in
ihe three ovents whieh were shut ofl:
W,  \. Footo 2G
W,   \.    Sturdy         in
Lensh   ll
J.  A.  Forbes   :•.:'.
a. J. McDonell  :>:i
Tho     Dominion Cartridge Co.,    of
Vancouver have presented tbe olub
with a handsome i:oltd lent her gun
case io be competed lor during tho
BcaBon, Tho Duponl Powder <'o.. of
Sllmlngton, Del., have also presented
lhe elub with a BOlld sterling liver
medal, also t,o he competed for ilur
log the season. Moth these trophies
wlll ne shot for i.ii a target handl
cap, making It poBidble tor any mem
her Of tlle dUb Shooting ill ton even
ts during lb.' season to win one or
bolh.     A   Shoot   will   likely   I ,'   held   OH
May 84th, when outside cluba will be
Invited,
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WANTED—Full null crew tor nighl
shift starting about May 80th, also
graders nml ear tallymen Immediately. Reply by letter or In pei
son to Adams River Lumber Company, Ltd., Chase, B.C.
WATER    NOTICE!
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Notice is hereby given that .'lii
days after date 1 Intend t" apply to
the Water Commissioner for Twenty
Miners' Inches of Water to be taken
from Davis Creek, and to be used for
Irrigation purposes on the following
described land:—Part of the 8, W,
One-quarter Section 23, Township 20,
Range 19, W., Bth Meridian, north of
Arrowhead, 11. Cf
Dnted this 7th day or May 1912.
BTTA C, HAIGH,
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Do not waste your energy and rack your nerves "shooing"' nwny
BUY   SCREENS
Theil you will enjoy n ipliel stioo/.e, knowing J'tnt will mil l>e
posted iviili 1 hose lioriiil mosquitoes.
Wu can supply \ with screens ln any bIm from 12-1 Inches to .'!0,
ainl prices from "2llc   per yard up.
Kxlelision Window   Bui'cellfl from '2itc.  lip,
Sereen Doors, nny "i/.e, from $1,75 lo $2.7.",.
Uur llaiiiiniii'ks are lbe neiitesl and most loml'iulable mul will
wear the longest,    Prices from $2 00 up.
Jusi arrived a shipment of "York" and "Lawn Queen" high wheel
ball beat Ing Pawn Mowers from $ll.6t) up,
New unruled IllisPRilHI aiileeil mil lo kink 11 lul will stand steam
pi'PBHlire, also plain III III IUI' liose.
Do not forgot we carry a eoiupluto line of (lardenlng Tools ami
Waleriti"  fans,
MU. (*.\KPKNTKK, when you wtnl drst-olass tools, remember,
" we are the people,"
PAINTS DIPS AND (11,ASS.
Revelstoke Hardware Co., Ltd.
Howson Block
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I   EMPRESS THEATRE   1
MOST UP-TO-DATE THEATRE IN THE INTERIOR OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA
TO-INTG-iaiT
Kenny-Harvey
Entertainers
flew Songs, New Duetts, New Sketches,
New Costumes, New Everything
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J*j;>VS    DRUG   STORK
Snaps in Books...
Nelson - i loth Bounds,
inclod
Ilie Hl-wl Trail.
The Pit,
The <>i v*;
Lady Ri  •     Os Kilter,
Tbe Skipper's Woi
House ni Thoiuaud l llllllk'9,
No. S John Street.
Rupert ol Henttau
aial many other will kno* n tal 11
25c Each
Rexall Specials
KI'XAIJ- Stn • i   - i   ■
25C
KK.NAI.I. BABY  KIMi.IHI.S
1 < i Woi ni*
•      on Stomal b
Laxative lol B< ■
26C. AND 35C.  EACH
KHXAU. i.l\ ill SAJ.TS
foi Bin unial   in
SOC ANO $1.00
KKXALL   ROSE    OLYCKRIMI
Soap   Large half pound cake
3 FOR 50C
bews THE REXALL STORE bews
Smart Clothing for Eastertide
NEW EASTEP DERBY AND SOrT HATS
Sprini i
iloubli . rlollsr np
EA6TCR NECKWEAR
Cross I .   *
SPRING SUITS   AND OVERCOATS    Om  bastOStl
largf i •• i" ■ Its    ' tdei  I patterns they
li i   *   tO I home Irom
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Fil-Reform Clothing        Slelmr,  H.ih Foot-Rite Sliof.t
GOOD BUYING IN REVELSTOKE PROPERTY
Real Estate is most reasonable just now in Revelstoke ami for the shrewd
investor there is no time like the present to Becure 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.
A FEW SPECIALS
House on 25 Foot Lot, Third Street, West   $1200  TERMS
House on 50 Poot 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 cylve   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 tht mile and a hall circle, only four blocks from car line, which
••"" 'i $50 pei lot under market value as wc can show vou by com-
parison ol prices in the Moosejaw papers, butas wc have only a few
left, wc will vlo.se them out at the old price,  which i.s 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. G FOLEY. Manager, MacKenzie Avenue
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