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REVELSTOKE. B. C. MAY 8,1912
$2.EO Per Year
CLEARANCE SALE
OF
CHINA
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We are going out of tin's line e.    .   ' and will offer
our high class goods at prices that °i    astonish you.
It embraces Wedgewood, Ro. Crown,
Darby, Doulton, Ainsley, Royai Worcester, Limoges, and many other makes.
SEE   0,U R    WINDOWS
ROYAL DOULTON CHILD'S SEE
FOR HIGH CLASS
3 Pieces
$1.25 Now 60c
GOODS
PITCHERS
AT PRICES NEVER
$1.25 Now 75c
CUPS AND SAUCERS
OFFERED BEFORE
•51.50     Now       $1.00
ROYAL CREAM DERBY
SUGAR AND CREAMS
WEDGEWOOD JUGS
•11.00 and $1.25
$2.50    ....   $3.00          85.00
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
SAD FATALITY AT REVELSTOKE
Janitor of Y.M.C.A. Found Drowned in Swimming Pool—Was a Poor Swimmer—Body
Found in Seven Feet of Water.
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& Imperial Bank of Canada
Q Hoad Office-Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Subscribed
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
Total Assets,
6.000,000.00
6,000,00v/.00
6,000,000.00
$72,000,000.00
Branches ur Agantt at all principal points in Canada.
Agents tn Oreat Britain and United States—London, England, A
Lloydo Hank, Limited. Chirago—First National Bank, Corn Ex- X
change National Bank. Seattle—Seattle Narional 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.
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A grcut shock was caused in Revelstoke curly Monday morning by the
discovery ot the body of Hairy K.
Meuuoll, Janitor ol tbc Y.M.C.A.,
who arrived only six wwkfl ago from
Yorkshire, Hngland, who was found
drowned in thc swimming tank of
tho Railroad V.M.C.A. at Revelstoke
Thc circumstances in connection with
this shocking aflair arc  as follows:
Young Mcuiu'll, a Ulan only twenty
one years of nge, and whose duties
as janitor commenced at 7 a.m., was
in the habit of taking an early swim
in the big pool. He was only a very
ordinary swimmer, and for this reus
on. Physical Director Giflord, and a
brother of tho deceased namely Geo.
Mennell, who is employed in the
freight sheds, had repeatedly warned
deceased not to go into the pool alone. On this fatal morning, the
young man was unable to resist, the
fascination of .1 cold plunge, and immediately after taking a hearty break
fast, soon after 7 a.m., he proceeded
to the  bath,  for an early swim.
About half an hour afterwards, Mr.
Georg-o billings, a fireman on the rail
way, who went to wash at the bath
discovered the clothes ol deceased
close to the edge of the bath, and
looked carefully round to see if he
could lonite deceased. After careful
ly   investigating   the  swimming   pool.
he discovered thc body of deceased iu
lhc bottom in about seven feet of
water. Hillings at onco uotilie.d
Bcveral of tire boyB and all wcut
in after the body, In thc meantime
Dr. Hamilton bad been phoned for,
and be with other assistance, worked
over the dead man for half an hour,
but without any result.
It is thought that the body bud
been  in the water about half an hour
Secretary Thomson of the Y.M.C.
A., says that it is an unwritten rule
of the association, that no one man
shall go into thc pool alone, aud
that the deceased had hcen repeatedly warned against the practice. It
is the general impression that if he
had not. foolishly gone into ihe water immediately after a heavy breakfast his chances would hnve been bet
ter, but the presumption is that the
Mold plunge on a full stomach caused
an acute attack of cramp and that
deceased sank at once. Tlle funeral
took place on Tuesday afternoon at
2:80 oVloek from Howson's Under -
taking Parlors.
This terrible fatality has cast a
deep gloom over the Y.M.C.A., umi
the usually crowded building will feel
tbe depression lor several day-. The
greatest sympathy is (clt. with thc
management of thc Y. M. 0. A., who
are held here to bc absolutely blameless  for   tbis   terrible   tragedy.
MR. F. W. PETERS
SUPERINTENDENT
Former Vancouverite and Well
Known Railwayman Succeeds
Late Mr. Osborne
Winnipeg, May C—The announcement was made ut O.P.R. headquart
tors hero today that F.W1 Peters, assistant to the vice-president, with
present headquarters at Winnipeg,
was appointed general superintendent
of the. Uritish Columbia division with
headquarters at Vancouver, succeeding the lute Mr. Obornc.
A. H. Stevens, formerly chief train
dispatcher at Vancouvor, and at preB
cut superintendent at Moose Jaw, is
appointed assistant general superin -
tendent of the  Uritish Columbia lines
pr
Chairman Mabee Passes Away
Toronto, May B—Chairman .1. Malice of the Dominion Railwny Com -
mission, died at 3:15 this afternoon.
Ho had boon operated upon for appendicitis, and later for pctonitis,
last week, und though his condition
was regarded as critical In the extreme, it was believed this morning,
that he might recover, fn the afternoon, however, he suffered a collapse
from heart failure and passed uwuy.
He wus conscious to tbc end, und his
son und daughter were at his bedside
when he died.
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JUST   ARRIVED
Fashionable Millinery
Latest Shapes and Styles
Mrs. A,G, Crick, • First Street
TIRED?
THEN A CUP OF
"BELL BLEND TEA"
will refresh vou with its bright, spicy
llavor anil Iragnincy. Suid in 1 lb,
lead packages.
Price, 35c, 40c. and 50c. per Ib.
G. W. BELL
P. O. Box 208 GROCER & BAKER Phono No. 23
CENTRAL SCHOOL
BASEBALL LEAGUE
Four Teams are In tbe League
Includes Fort) boys
A buscbull leugue has ooen formed
in the ubove numed school, Iiy Mr.
Percy F. Gilford. Four teums ure in
this leugue, which takes In lorty . i >a
going to the above  nt-nod school.
The following is a list of tbc players uud thc tcums repretoiMd.
HUSTLERS.
E.   Eaton,      Captain;    T.   Lee,    L.
Ulackberg,   O.   AlcLeunau.   lt.   1'i.lJer,
H.     Armstrong.      J.    McCarty,      J.
Bourne,  Pat  Skene,   S.   Manjing.
MAROONS.
H.   Gibbons,   Cuptaiu;   J.   MuKUtou,
IC.   Mr.Mghou.   J.   Luwler,   M.   Ui.od ■
win,   R.   Tapping.   E.   Urogalis,      T.
Mttlley,   (_'.   Manning,   W.   Luugn-sl.
COLTS.
C.   Corsan,   Cuptaiu,   A.   Young,  J.
Malley,   E.   Donaldson,   1'.   Cauip'icll,
C.   Laugbecd,   L.   Uriggs,   J.  McLcod,
M    Johnson, L.  Malley.
Sl'lTEIRES.
H.   Goodwin,   Captain; W. McRae,
J. Lonzo, E. McKiuuou, 1). McGregor, T. Klommnig, H. Lawrence, ti.
Tomliu-ou,  H.  llradshuw,   K. bouruc.
SCHEDULE.
May   7—Muruons   vs.   Colt*.
May  14—Rustlers ve.  Colts.
Muy  21—Muroous,   vs.   Rustlers.
Muy is—.Maroons vs.  Colts.
June   (—Spitfires   vs.   .Muroous.
June  11—Rustlers  tt.   Maioons.
All tne nbuves gumes tuke pluce on
u Tuesday.
Muy  lo—spittires  vs.  Rustlers.
Muy   IV—Maroons vs.   Spittires.
Way MMOoltl vs. Spitlirca.
Muy   JI—Rustlers  vs.   Spitdrcs.
Juuc   V—Colts  vs.   Rustlers.
June  n—Spittires vs. Colts.
All  gumes  tuliug pluce ou Ki.Uays.
All games to be played ut 1 p. tn. ]
sharp.
DESPERATE AFFRAY-ONE KILLED
Two Men Shot Down Near Clinton, B.C.—A
Posse of Police and Ranchers Pursues the
Slayers—Fifteen Hundred Reward.
Kamloops. B.C., May 5—t.nie! Con1
stable Kindness was tylll.'d aua au -
othei constable woundoJ near Clin -
ton yesterday in an eucou.iter «;lh
bandits who tired upon ibau tu.ni
atnbusu-
Upou receipt of information Cut
Paul Spintlum and Mosjs Taiil, two
outlaws for whose Capture u reward
ol flbiH) is ollered. were U> tbi w.-ni-j
ity, Cbicf Kindness and live ct'icers
left Clinton in pursuit yeslai duy inor
ning. While proceeding '.'a '•Ugll a
wooded part of tbc country tho fosse saw a couple ot horses inhered
near a clump of bushes am .'I'OQ rid-|
ing toward them were lired i.pon
from behind thc bushes. Tbc ilct>0 and
wotiudcd men were earned bi'i'k to
Clinton.
A telegram was received last uight
at tbc local provincial police headquarters asking tor :u 1 aud i\*u-
stable Fernie aud eight Indian truckers, all fully armed, left for tho
scene hy train early tbis morning.
. The two outlaws murdered a set -
tier on the Cariboo road last fall,
and a reward of J1500 was otlercd for
their capture, but tbis is the first
definite news of their whereabouts
thut has come to the knowledge of
thc police.
IF YOU WANT
Garden Tools      Rubber Hose        Lawn Mowers
Carpenter's Tools,   Mire Fencing and Cates
Bicycles or Repairs    Stoves    Paints
Fishing Tackle     Sporting Coods
Guns, etc., we can supply you
BOURNE BROS.
Grocers
te	
Hardware
Plumbing
JL.
Right Buying
pun
Right Selling
Let us give you prices on your groceries for the
hills. We specialize in this business and are
particular in putting up fresh new goods, and in
properly packing up the orders for rough travelling.
JOHN McINTYRE & SON
Box 116 Phone !>3
MINIM Lliii
PIANOS PLAVER PIANOS
Sheet Music and all kinds of
Smnll cTWusical Goods
pmmrr
Call and Inspect
Music Store, McKenzie Ave,
To Investigate Accounts
South Vancouver, May 6—Forming
special committees to handle thc situation, a bod} "i    ratepayer!    are
lais>   wub  a  iietitmn   to      Atti.nn>
lieneral Domer, taking Un to ap
point an auttttoi Ioi Um purpoat nl
Investigating tbt municipal accounti
lor  the  part teu  year     Thi  pioiuot
MU ol   tlie  pi-titim,  hope  to  have  the
matter     pluce.I    If Ion tin   attorney
Igeoeral .,u oi  1*1...I.* Saturday, May
l».     Tht petition .    worded an lol-
lowi
"Wa,  tin underelgaed ratepayera ol
Soutb \ iiiici.iiv.-i . berth) petition
)"U  lli.it iih tlie result ol  the alli'|{e<l
lehortage* ol   Un lundl ..( tin* mum
iipaiit)  ..I Month  Vancouver, ami tn
v ,,-* ,,( [|„. (act that thl linuki- ill tin*
municipality have bean * iitilnii tn iih
* t i.y a Hun ,*! iUdKOIt lol ' I"
laft civht i.i *. n i, ,i »,* t,. I that
»t   Hhiiiilil   Imvf   nu   audit ... ..in
petrol   , i*: i.    ,,, *    •• .
tvuaat-ttorerBoi lo-CeuoU."
The honor list lor thc mouth ot
April  is as lollows:
CBNTHAL. SCHOOL.
High Fourth Header—H. MeKinnon,
s. (iallicano, w. Smytbe, L. tump-
iimII.   H.   Calder.
lutcrmcUiuU- Fourth Header— H.
Tapping, M. Matz. Q. Toiiiluison, N.
Fleetham,   H.   Little.
Low Fourth Header—M. Lawrence,
M. Whittukcr. H. Oalder, 0. Hush -
lord,  A.  Fraser.
High Third Header—M. Simmonds,
11. Tomlinson, J. Twecdulc,. A.Cordon,
i.i.  Laughton, F. liuuu.
Low Third Heuder—A. Smythe, it.
Lawrence, I. Hay, J. bourne, H.
Shaw.
High Second Header 1. McCuuley,
lv Tapping, C. lum . O. Field, A.
Flee i ham.
Low Second Header—1. Morgun, V.
Ahrabumsou, V. Muddcu, K. Sutbcr-
luud,  Al.  Hamilton, U   Smytbe.
II.gh First Header—J, McKiuuou.
Vi. Iiunu, M. Puiucls, J. Fli-ctliam,
M.   Hill
Low First Header- li. Urudsbuw, 1',
Oew*U, W. Smytbe, li. Jolille, I).
Siegfried.
High Second Primer—W. JontMon,
T    tlordou,   ti.   MainprlM,   A.   Davie,
JI 11.11
Low Socund I'rimer—C. LeBeaUi 11.
Leslie,  T.   Madden, C.   Pochard.
High Fust primer -IB, Ming, s.
iiunidgc),    vv. Oreaeman,   J, Mum
prize,   li.   Minns,   .1.  Allott.
Lo* First i'rimer—T. Coulllu, U.
Morgan,   0   Nelson,   L.   l'urry,   ll.
llaviH.
KKI.MIIK  SCHOOL
Low    Thud  Reader- D,  Porte,   u.
Lundell,   l'at   Skene,   I'.   I'ortu,      T.
Cotnnzzi.
High Beoond Readei st* Qoodwin,
ll, McOlenegban, A. t'aeliato, 0.
Johneon, 0, Oaahato.
Low Second Header—T. Frey, K.
Kui     ('    baugbtadi   IJ.   Kuehford,   V.
Ourveon,
Hlgt KirM Reader—L. Ileech, H.
BeOCb,   It    LiiMlmark.   I.l   Kiiuald,   M.
McMahon,
i.n* Kuwi Readei Barnetl Fray,
Mi Ringar, 0, Howaon, P, Tevmi, j.
Moran
ii,»ii Heeond Primer—Ol Dooaldion
L.   McOUMfbU|   ii*   MtUoucll,     iV.
jrurvis,   L.   Morrison,   J.   IJecch),    V.
| Hooley.
Low Secoud I'rimer—J. Millar, R.
Mlcielli. il. Porter, A. Twin, C.
Kimlicrley.
High  First I'rimer -V.   Paleck,    B.
Rowlett,  0.   Miickenrot,   J.   Rowlett.
High First Primer—E.  Holibins,  J.
McRue,  N.   i'orter,   A.   Jackson,      M.
McLean.
Low First Primer—R. Frey, J. Gocb
M.  How-ain,  E.  Ford, T.   Pugsley.
BURTON CITY NOTES
The uew school, built hy George H.
Gardiner ot Nakusp, is soon to he
ready   lor the  youngsters.
Clark M.u hall successfully disposed of 20 acres ot tbc ('iiinlna tain.,
to Mr. i.iamiii* ol Nukusp, representing other  .nt. iMi-t
li W. Adams of Flint. Michigan,
is spending considerable time look -
ing over the ncigblioibood iu the interests of Ins friends, with a view to
settling bcre.
H. Siple purchased tbe McCoullan
ranch from tbc Burton iutoreste.
Will "huHluiss" uud tbe "Couacrv-
ativcu" ever be purtners iu Uurliiti
City.
I, F. McDougald and laniili. W.
OarlaoD     and family,    vlsitetl IricBils
ami relativee at Oarlbou ami Burton
Baturday  and     Sunduy  iu  M.  Ymg
bing's large lannebi  Mike also tak
ing the opportunity to <io a uttltvii
itlng iiiniiiii-Hi  old triends.
Mi. Miiviu preached im opening
scrvuT in st. Andrew'! churnh Bun-
day leaning to a good congregation.
Extensive  addition! arc  belli DtBdO
to Mr. vi   i   Moaeley'i ranch    boutt
in Oarroll'l Lamling.
Preparations arc going mi in anticipation ol Victoria Hay here, under
the guidance „f the Lniliee' A.il So -
ciety.
The Beaton Verelna Co., nn* .n tall
•wing I.nnl 'louring In the Wat. Inm
Valley, employing a large force o!
men.
t;i"    Bouchard  ol  Knkunp, age.it   In
tin' linul' r..|. milht, visit'd Imh
butui'duy.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
ToGet the   Best Results
From Your Garden
USE
SWIFT'S
FERTILIZER
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
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I ADVANGE STYLES IN SPRING HATS I
The new hats we are showing are all in the
latest styles. They are American Shapaa
and Shades, something new and different, as
it were, in mixtures and finished felts. They
are decidedly dressy and natty.
We arc agents for the famous Hawes Von
Gol and Stetson Hats, also the Buckley Hat
which  has  a guarantee for three  months.
McRae Mercantile Co.
THE STYLES SHOP FOR MEN AND BOYS
►OCK><
Prize Eggs for
Early Hatching
IVOR   M.VI.K   IIY
E. G. Woodland
f. P. McLean
Best Strain of Brown Leghorns, single and Rose Comb,
and Partridge Wyandotte
Eggs.
P. O.  BOX   181 WEDNESDAY,   M \Y   Sth.   1912.
THE nVCAJL-HEPi^Xir),   EEYELSTOZE
WEDVESTIItY.   MAY   Sth.   1912.
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Some Snaps in Local Realty
House and Two Lots on MacKenzie Ave $4,100
House and Lots on First Street  3,500
House  and    Lot.  South-West    Corner
Douglas and King Street  1.500
House and Lot. Fourth Street  2,850
GOOD BUYS
EASY TERMS!
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The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
CORRESPONDENCE
thc ADaiUlbcralb
PUBLISHED   WEDNESDAY  AND
SATURDAY  AT
REVELSTOKE.  B.   C.
brought  within  the
.. au.l kept there.
neeta   ot    the
jntcrtor publlsbtna Company,
Limited
JOHNSON,  Manager.
Editor.
.1.  K.
RALPH  G.   SCRUTO.N,
."■•
WEDNESDAY,   MAY   8th,   1912.
It ,-j with pleasure that we „:e
:. i.m.iiis*- i.i the energy and public Bpirit "I the inhabitants ofChasejoui'
B.C., ti* comment upon anothei nnd
worth; addition tu the aewnpnpo-B
l'.' tn..- province in the shape ui the
"lliase Tribune" a lirst copy ol
which new publication come tu baud
w.th uiu  exchanges this  week.
The "Tribune" judging frura this
first Issue, Is a uewsy sheet, the
writing .*- possessed ul that style
which bespeaks experience at tlie
gume, an.l the typographical get up
i» as excellent as the matter is read
a .. The papei Is headed with thc
mutto "Koep sweet, and keep moving," and il the Tribune stays with
that, and continues the movement bo
obviously started in the right dir -
ectiou, we predict thai It will enjoy
a long and successtul career.
The   murdel   ui   Constable   Kiudness
by  :■■*      lesperate  Indian-.     outlaws
whu already hud  bluod  upuu     their
bauds,   is  ttie     lateet   oi  a  seni's   ol
outrages   wnich   have   uecurie.l   in   the
Iutei.or  uf  B.C., and  Is, In uiu   opinion,  «  mattei    which  Bhould receive
the Berious  attention  ol  tho  Provin
•   Department.
The fact  that  these  same  murdei
ers,     were once arrested,  broke jail,
•'or upwards ul a year hav. been
wandering at large in dose proxim
ity  to the scene  of their crimes, only
-.ntensibes  the  unsatisfactory  circum
glances   surrounding   this   latest  otit-
■: y citiz**u     will hope
'     •   the   crimina,-   Will   speedily      he
I :    Igbt   ti    JUSI
Jt has  been thi •   ol tho ea-
itor per foi some time past
that     some     n [uate   Bteps
shoui :        taken   by  the police,  butb
in   t: •     and   in   the   various
cities,  tu bunt  down the large num*
t-cr of know min lie   who are    at
present at large.  It  .,- possible tLat
a g. ai  present le
done, coid ; ved in this dircc-
The procession ol cltizons and children in witness ih,. corner Btone lay
.im ol the magnificent new court
linns.' now being elected In Revel
Btoke, provided sufficient prool even
In tin* must skeptical, lhal Ravel
Btoke is a permanent, and .1 pvoaper
ous city. This being granted, it noo
essarily follows rhat since we are on
the map for all time, it is up t:i ;:s,
to see that the town ot our home is
adequately provided with till i:. >se
institutions which are recognised as
essential in the midst of such a
community,
The court, house buildi It; itself and
I.br but not less useful public
institution-, such as the hospitil and
the Y.M.C.A., are worthy instances
of the kind to which we refer. Hut
a great deal yet remains to I e done,
ere we can truthfully describe ourselves as n completed centre, uiul in
no instances is any w ant su keenly
felt as in the matter of an adequate
modern high school.
We boast, tightly, ol uur wonderful resources, of our wealth of minerals and water powers, but unless
the children of the citizens can gain
at bome that technical education, or
ut leasl the   broad groundwork     of
same. which will enable tin in to
shaii' worthily in the work of exploiting and harnessing these latent
resources, then they will pass under
the command ami control ol stn-ng-
ers. The present high school build -
ing in Itevelstoke has outlived iis
usefulness.    What   this   i.l,    UCOllB     iu
.Editor Mail-Herald:--
Since January ol this year, there
have been Beveral meetings called the
solo purpose of winch i- to boost our
city and Bhow tu Lhi' world in general thc very many advantages of
which wc are so well blessed. Any
and all ol the lollowing, it well advertised, will not only bring more
I people to uur city, but. will also
* make this beautifully situated city a
1 place worth living iu.
i First, owing to thc unsettled ar -
rangement of the railway belt lands.
Let us all work together and get a
lirst class carriage road built to the
Victoria I'ark, similar to the splendid government roads built at Banff,
If the road wus built we then could
secure thc co-operation of the C.P.R.
in advertising the place as a sum -
mer resort and uo doubt we could in
.luce the Railway Cn. to build a chalet at une or more lakes In this beau
liiul natural paradise. Now as to
the rest of our blessings that would
paj us well to let the world know
something of, is our big C.P.R, pay
roll of om million dollars per an -
numf The railway activity going on
the year round, the double tracking
uf the O.P.R, West. The possibility
of the road being built from Denver
Mouth to Revelstoke, and I might
add it. is uot too much at this rt.age
to advise the world of thc repeated
promises of our Premier and Hon.
Thos. Taylor, that we are to get the
C.N.R.  In  from the north.
One or all of these things should bc
taken up at unci' and never losi
sight of. Boost, Boost, Boost, Now
wo cau do a great deal as men towards securing these ends, but it will
be absolutely Impossible to reap
their entire blessings without the aid
of our women, lt is generally recognized that the women are the ones
that spend the money and if we can
in ly get the ladies to do their spend
ing at home and also secure theii
co-operation iu our boosting club, I
am sure uur aim will bc summed up
in une word—"Seccess"
Oct  out  goud  lulks and  boost a  bit,
And  jolly  folks  along;
Knocking never makes a Int.
When  things  are  bucking   wrong.
If you should  hear a ki.ker roar
Just dump him  off his most,
And show  thc folks your plugging lur
\ uur middle  name  is    HOUST.
quested the    company   tu    appoint
their representative.
Thoy havo live dnys io which to
name a man. If none is appointed , j
the government ran select a representative for tin' compnny. Tin' •
two choose a chairman and if they
cannot agree the chairman is named
by the department.
Not to be Restricted
Minneapolis, May 4—"The Amen
.an people arc loo far advanced long
er to be restricted by church rules as
to what their amusements shall lie.
The rules prohibiting dancing, card-
playing, gambling and going to theatres, circuses and horse races therefore should be abolished."
This is the gist of a report present
ed today to the general conference ui
the Methodist Episcopal church by
the   board  of  bishops.
"Again wc stand unitedly against
gambling and we recognize clearly
thnt it is thc same sin in Wall street
that it iB in tlie lowest resort. but
we have never ventured legislatively
to tix the point where the line track
gambler, passing from the turf to
the stock market, becomes a respect
able business mnn eligible to church
membership and the chairmanship of
the  board of  trustees."
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Actual comparison of Eastern Catalogue Prices, Freight added, with
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HZO-WSQIJSr S   IPIRICIES $
A Good Investment
Un   Kvery   Yeur   tor  Five   Years,
a well built,-new and comm> lions certain industry bus yielded n net
high school, planned and nore par- ' profit ol over $lu tor every $11)0 in-
bicularly  stalled,  In  accordan e  c ith   vested.
modern requirements, Such u school, I This industry supplies a staple de-
should cumin ise within its ".in uul maud that is always increasing. The
uni. at least a business, manual train profits are steady as well as large,
ing, and elementary technical course The large steady profits make the
als.. n department ol domestic* Helen value of tbe original investment very
ce, whilst the subjects of hist iry nnd high.
geography     both   national and eco
ti,.nii•   should   receive  thorough  at ten
tion.
The  editor  is  informed  Irom   val
ious  source-,  that   if  the  citizens w l!   its  origins
a large gteadj Income Is only mie
of the advantages—an investment of
this kind grows tn value BO as to
yield  a  large  profit  over  and  above
siir themselves they can now obtain
a grant from the government of bi j
• 10 I 0 foi the erection of smh a
building, and wc put it up to every
one that such a prize is wel] '■•
lighting for. Here is a qui BtlOll
upon which uli can unite and D
the  time  to  get   busy.
lt     can   safely   be   said.
money   which  Mows out  from  tins  listrict  every  year, for court -
ft. .oi  correspondence  schools,
pay   the  interest   on  tin'  s ll
foi   the equipment   of such   *   -
whilst   the large amounts h vi i
such a school, as   ompare
We  ..*
vest 11.
aud      shall
.  an    iii-
par,  on  lavorable terms
id to turnia
with     all th.*  I,.-:- ,i ■• ut  it       Wnte
for   information
(I.  K.   KHITH  COMPANY!  l.TIif
mn   Dominion Trust Hi .
-t.ni-   May   ■• Vancouver, B.C.
tion if l sed i bemselvi -
.     , ,,,  .  cost of sending our youtl
more to the criminal  branch  ol then
duties       . ■■■   .   of     "it' ering    I
much  about  mattei s  which  ;u    must
r.ces    lie outside tht
•■     Ioi    i; ' I'.*
wave   *.; ned in
the eity    i  \ ai     ■••'      auk  robber-
it s  were Ire ju. 1 ; -     io
common as to eicite little comi
i'et  *!...-•  •..    iii defacti  -     mmlt -
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...    .   -at the
jeci                  ■ tbe poi
• .;■ ■          ■■ attenl
.*'   *...       • ted     to
hunting •  Hitmen  Who    weie
guill
fog in tbe street I ■            ■ ■ ■
td   • .'
t     *    *         ■ tbat the]
i ■   tn. . * .  - and tne
police   kept tbei
Ing    in ,
lor se'u.t.g papers and can ly ol
.    ■ *•,*     .,'
tblngi observable
in tbe Inti *■   *. •   Iroad la
borers bavi strike for o I ■
. ,■ irsge anl a nine hour day. the
provincial Police are wasting all theli
..• the jails of the conn
try with the-.- ini'ii on charges of
vagrancy, anil n tin meantime tbe
real criminal and desperado roam sl
tbeir own sweet w.ll over the Country, Mommittiiig murders with lm
jmnity.
If 'he |Kilice of Uritish Columbia
COOld I* pursuaded to let the working men alone, and to devote more
attention to Coping with the criminal rla-ses whom they arc pnid to
Watch, it  is     reasonable     t.o assume
• *, ,i tbere '■•■• il I '■"■ > «-*r|'»t Improve
ment  ,n  tin*   present      unsatisfactory
• ,n  ol things, and thnt the criminal! now tt large would very rapidly
Ing girls out  to othei i.e
ited   In  the  lines ..(  -rn ;.
■   I    would
sum.
A few weeks ago, the Pu
m h,*.     ■■ •    asking i.>r :.-.' '
here ia
hand.   "A   New   Modern   High   •-*
•■■•   Revelst ki
Board Appointed
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Get This Framed
In a letter dated January, l'.Ul,
discussing the reciprocity pact between the United States and Canada
William Taft, President of the United states, wrote to Theodore Roosevelt, ex-President:
"The amount of Canadian products we would take would produce a current of business between Western Canada and thc
United States that would make
Canada only an adjunct of the
United Slates. It would transfer
all their important business to
Chicago and New York, with their
bank credits and everything else,
and it would increase greatly the
demand of Canada for our manufactures."
To  this  Colonel   Roosevelt  replied:
"Dear President—It seems to ine
that what you propose to do with
Canada   is   admirable   from  every
standpoint."
tiet this framed or cut it out and
paste it in your scrupbook, You
may  want  to refer  to it  later on.
COMING EVENTS
May  15—The Kenny, Harvey  Kuter -
tamers, Empress theatre.
May     20—Thc  Great  National  Stock
Company, for one week.
June 3rd—Tom Marks  Company,   for
one week,  Empress theatre.
October 7—Munaging     Mildred Opera
Co..   Empress theatre,
COMING
In Wyoming" May 17th
" Casey Jones," June 1
Tom Marks Stock Co., June ii
Bunty Pulls the Strings-June
REVELSTOKE OPERA HOUSE
Tapping *»& AUwood Mgrs.
Subscriptions Discounted
Mr.  Subscriber:—
Tbe   Ala.i Herald   bas   sent   out   accounts  to subscribers     In arrea's to
the extent ol uvcr J3UO0, aud we w.sb
tify all these subscribers,      wbo
may receive oue of our accounts tnat
if they  will  call and settle tbeir sc-
r  .-.end  the same  to the  M i ■
Herald by mail "u or before April !<0
next,  we will give them a cash    discount of 2n per cent, oil the am u ..
of their     bill.   We aie ma-UK    thiii
ifer In   .rder  tu lvalue q'J'Cl
ly on these accounts.
in    thc
"   you have received from    us,
UT    otlice    with your ex-
D  and  wc  will    i*  nu'.y      too
happy to rectify the mistuke. If you
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tl!    the*, . Ilml    I.y   or I   i II
of out iniiny outtomsrs, nne person
*• ni.t*. b business local io appear i n
U  om e, while others wtuA til Is   • I ■•■
i to    iivuhI     1'llllH'    i il II dn'll
Mone  In  this connection,  thi
Will   lit * in h   iss I il nn
ociii   ioiHii.ii/nig  ih.ni   Un mtlnu
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Winnipeg Price
Kitchen Chairs  50c
Kitchen Cabinet       $6/5
Dining Table      $10 55
Dining Chairs  88c
Dresser and Stand	
Bed	
Bed	
Dominion Spring	
Child's Cot	
Ostermoor Mattress.
8 95
125
3 55
5 35
2 40
5 10
15.00
Weight Freight
lOlh 23c
1501b h 53c
16510 i 87
121b 28c
1501b 3.52
1601b 3.76
601b
681b
601b
751b
1.41
1.59
1.41
1.76
Total
73c
$10 72
14 42
I 16
12.47
15.01
4.96
6.94
3.81
6.86
Price Delivered
"       70c ^
"   $ 9.60 <|
"     14.40 f
1.20 $
"     13.00 f
"     14.00 %
5.20 Z
"       7.20 %
4.00 Z
7.20 X
....$16.50 Z
Y We make our protit by shipping in carload lots, thereby saving |freight rates,   tiring
Vp                  catalogue giving description of oilier goods not specified In this list to our store and we *
t                 prove our statements,   Remember we deliver goods and set up fire from breakage. +
^ R. HOWSON & CO.               REVELSTOKE, B. C. j
BUSINESS LOCALS
Meet mc at the Savoy.
Hammocks from $2.50 up, nt 11.
Howson's .
Customs Sale, O.P.R. Freight sheds
Monday,   May   lltth,   at   11   a.m.
Sec the "Sugar Howl" windows for
Saturday  specials.
Bee Howson's show window tor
Hammocks und Couches,
Howson's     arc     the  lirst  t.o show j
their  hammocks  this season.
Try one of Probyn'B special dishes
ot ice cream called thc "Carpathian"
Smile.
Royal Hose Talcum powdor, one of
the nicest made, only 26c, a tin, at
Macdonald's drug store.
Customs Bale—Unclaimed Goods —
Monduy,   13th  inst.,  11 a.m.
tio Carts, the largest and bust is
sortment ever displayed In Revelatoke
ul Howson's.—(Jet their cash prices.
Victor  Hornless     Mucinous  tl  trom [
i'2f)   upwards.      Kdison   Phonographs,
from      $1.1.50      upwards.—Revelstoke
Music  Store, McKenzie Avenue.
Tbc Sugar Bowl ice cream parlors
are uow open, tbc largest and must
up-to-date parlors in the city. ...
lie there! When.. ? Freight Sheds,
Monday next, at 11 a.m. Customs
Sale  of  Unclaimed Goods.
Carnations, Hail..dais. Hyacinths,
Kreesiu, Tulips and Lettuce Ior Eus-
tcr.—J. Maley, big Bend Roud.
Don't forget the Sicnnious ltcgruttu
on May 24th. Prizes already promised   amount  to  $3*5(1.
The "Sugar Bowl" ice cream parlors tire now open. The lurgest md
most   up-to-date  proposition  in     the
Vour   losses   assured,   rates   reason -
ble— W. B. Robertson,  rcul estate &
Insurance.
Drop in at tbe Sugar Bowl l.u*
that box of chocolates, your wife,
mother, or sweetheurt will bppreel -
ate it.
Hose Bushes tor Spring planting,—
Bloom every mouth. Order now tor
immediate eflect.—JI B. Cressniuu,
Hevelstoke, B. C.
l''oi the hue rl nii Id cured hickory
smok«"l Hams and Bacon, try the
Kevelstoke Meat Market, I,id. Distributors for Swifts Products.
uu Mir OWN PROPUSRTY hi Edmonton 7 Soud us Description,
beat price and terms for ijuuk sale.
WESTERN CANADA PROPERTIES
LIMITED, EDMONTON, ALTA.
Ml SIC Miss Johnson, pupil of A
Milleri F.R.A.M., London, is prcpar
ed to tahi  *i limited number ot pup
Ms   fur   tuition   iii   music.    Kor   tortus
apply  at      the      reeidenco  ot  J.    K.
Jobneon, Bret houst west of tbe ho»
K rei   street.
When   you  put  away  youi   tine    (i.i
mi*   ..I   oui   tiioi Ii   kill
ii   " imphor and moth
.Oil    small    litCI      of
nags,    at     Maodonald'i     new
Irug if,re.
Mi   I.   probyn, who recently open
"Savoy" confeotlonei y
■ *.*,   room,  on  Ptrtt  street, is
, eg '■• good bneiness,   umi
i    elstoke looks good  to i	
id* prefers s stead] t rade to I be flue
: „ boom town.
\' i ing   "'I   tl"     nine i dai * n     ol
prominent  memberi ol ths  Board   ol
ii..     Mall Herald  Imih leei id
i ,000 i .ii.   opies ol tins epeclal ed
.'ion,   .".'.'I   of     thew  copies    w.ll      Ic
ind,i foi the in.uni ni Trade to use
loi advertising purposes srbile tbt
remaining HO copies will be s..id to
.i ens al ■ dims s copy Ba 11 you
nr, oopies of this special odl
Iimi luiiid your order lu ub iiuickly
us possible. '
Spring House Clearing
SALE
OF THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES
Sasli and Doors, Turnings, Lumber, Two Boilers,
Wheel Bai rows, Derrick and Irons, Building Supplies
in Line of Cement, Plaster, Lime, Roofings, Muss, etc,
ALSO THE FOLLOWING PROPERTIES
Une House, 8 Booms, willi Baths, Furnace, Basement,
Etc. All modern conveniences, Price Reasonable. Easy
Terms.
Two Six Boom Houses, Bath, Furnace, Modern Conveniences.
A Five-Roomed House willi Bath, Furnace, Basement
and all modern conveniences.
All above dwellings situated on
Third Street
F     Prices and Terms apply to
GEO.   D.   SHAW
P. O. Box 295,  Revelstoke, B. C.
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People of Revelstoke, Do Not Be Downhearted
We have the Resources. Capital will come to us
BOOST!    BOOST!
In the time of Peace, Prepare for War.
Now is the time to place money in Revelstoke.
Do not wait for the coming raise.
Call and See Me Before Investing.
W. B. ROBERTSON
White-Star-Dominion
chin sraici
koyal Mail Steamers Sailing Every Saturday
Wireless and Deep Sea Signalling Appatatus
New Triple-Screw New Triple-Screw
S. fc>. Megantic   is, > tons cscii   S. S. Laurentic
Uleclric Hlevalori       Skilled Orchestra      Blectric Heaten, etc.
Sails May  llih, June 8th, July 6th.
May 25th, June 15th, July 13th
FIRST CLASS, $92,50.   StCQNO CLASS, SSl./i.   THIRD CLASS, B] $32,50
ono-oltiBB ilil Cabin atinlco.
Twin-Screw S. S. Teutonic     Twin-Screw S. S. Canada
Wi leei loiiK* 18,000 boraepower .51*4 Feel Iomk
Saiis May l8lh, June 15th, July l3th.   May 4th, June 1st, 29th
$55 and up, Third Class, $32.50. $50 and up, Third Class, $31.25
All steamer* nail Irom Montreal, calling at Quebec.
iintiiitk iii^ht belore sailing.     No bote! expenaea,      No transfer charges
Company's Offices, 019, Second Ave., Near Cherry St., Seattle
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Advertise in Mail-Herald WEDNESDAY,  MAY  Rth,  1915
Challenges Coming In
Calgary, May tl—Several challenges
Irom light weights from tho Unitml
Stales ainl Eastern Canada, Includ -
ing Reilly ol Sun Francisco, Clurlos
Lucca ot Chicago, and Mclutyre who
recently boxed ln Saskatoon, and is
considered by Tommy Burns a co.ner
in the lightweight class, ha?8 been
received asking for a bout with tue
winner of thc Allen-li.iyley u ntirt,
some time uroimd Labor Lay.
Reilly gave Jimmy Fotts a hi.tdl
hattlo recently in Bdmonton and tv-ss
considered at the time ..tic ot ihe
best boxers at his weight that has
visited Alberta. ChacDs Lucca
fought Hilly Lauder at Winnipeg about two years ago. This bout with
Lauder was oue ot the Ls*5t titteeu
round draws ever Wltajm-Sd ic ihe
city. Lucca met Lauder again later
on but he was not in the best of
condition. Last year ne hail cloven
bouts in Nova Scotia, two cf tliisc
he won hy the knock-out rod! aud
curued lour decisions, tuo balance
were drawn.
Comparing these boxers villi Day-
ley or Allen, they ian be c rttldered
quite in the same class. Dnyle;* and
Allen have a few advantages over
them but a match between the winner of tbc Bassano contest and any
one of the above mentioned challengers would be worth going a long
distance to see.
A wile received from 0. E. Muck,
manager of Billy Allen, by Tommy
Burns today, stated that Allen is in
good shape aud that he will keep
Billy training at Ottawa, finally finishing at Syracuse, belore coming
West. They will come to Calgary via
Chicago and St. Paul. Huck is confident that his man will win the
bout and intends to bark Allen to
the limit  when he arrive* in the WeBt
KanB iu the West consider that Bay
ley and Allen have equal chalices to
win the bout on June 29th, and any
money put up at the present time is
even. The Winnipeg Post considers
Bayley the better man of the two,
but Ottawa papers still have the cou
fidence of old in Allen. Faus iu Calgary look forward to Bayley, although they know that whoever wins
vrill have no easy time.
THE MAIL-HERALD,  EEVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,   MAY   8th,   1912,
Prince Edward Island for rattle, in
Nova Scottia lor milch cows, in
Ontario for cattle and in British Co
lumbia for cattle othor than milch
cows and for sheep kb the figures representing condition lull below a per
centago of ut).
ARCHIBALD  BLUE,
Chief Ollicer.
Concerning Reciprocity
London, Muy 2—The Evening News
tonight, gives speeial prominence to
conjectures as to whether Mr. Bryce's
journey to Australia means that he
has been recalled. It points out that
he left Washington apparently thc
very day President Tali published
his letter to RooBcvelt admitting reciprocity would make Canada only
aa adjunct of tlu- United States.—
"The fact is," declares the News,
"Bryco has made himself impossible
at  Washington."
A. Shirley Bonn, Unionist member
Ior I'h mouth, who lived some years
in Canada intends asking in the
house of commons whether it wns not
the business ol the British ambassador at Washington to be aware of the
fact that the object of reciprocity
wa- the making of Canada as adjunct o[ the United States, whether
Mr. Bryce was so aware, and il so
whether  his   acijuiesence  did  nol   ron-
stitute a     treasonable    act,   finally
whether in view of tlie published cor
respondencc it was the intention of
his majecty's government to recall
the present ambassador. An elTort
will lie made to raise the whole ques
tion on Monday uight in the houso
of commons.
EGGS FOR HATCHING
Barred Plymouth Rocks, *2.0O;
Rhode Island Reds, J2.00; tVhlte Fek-
ins Duck, $'2M; White Emden Getse
eggs, 50c. each; Day old chicks; ley
old ducklings. Stock for sale. White
nnd Hull Leghorns cheap. Write or
'phone 212, New Grove Poultry Faiin
Mrs. R. A.  Upper Prop.
Crop and live Stock Report
Ottawa, May 1st.—The Census and
Statistics otlice issues today a bulletin on crops and live stock.
The reports of correspondents show
that out of a yield nl 115,851,300 lms
liels of wheat harvested last year.
198,115,000 bushels or S7 per cent.,
were merchantable, and that at the
end of March 3S.12H.0Oti bushels or
27 p.c. ol tbe whole were yet In tbe
•farmers' hands. The quantity held by
farmers in ihe Maritime provinces ol
March 21 was 319,000 bushels, in que
bee 150,000 bushels, iu Ontario 3,874-
000 bushels. In Manitoba, Saskatchewan aud Alberta 58,528,000 bushels
uud in British Columbia -18,000 bushels. At the same date last vear :b)
quantity in hand in all Canada wa«
33,0*12,000 bushels or 22 p.C of th
total crop of 1*49,989,000 bushels, cf
which Hl.Oitfi.OOO bushels or i)4 „i.c.
were   of   merchantable   quality.
Oats,  which  last  year gave a jieid
ot 34s,i87,ftoo husbels, was merchantable to tbe extent of 310,074,000 bushels, or 89 p.c, aud the quantity in
hand ut the end ot March wae 1*53,-
»46,t>00 bushels, or 44.IS p.c. Iu the
Maritime provinces there were in
hand at that date 4,007,000 bushels,
In Quebec 12,7SO,0OO bushels, ln On-
turio 24,S70.lK)t) bushels, in Manitoba
Saskatchewan and Alberta 111,735,-
000 bushels and in British Column'.a
454,000 bushels. In thc preceding
yeur the quantity lu hand out ot a
total harvest of 328,449,000 bushels,
was 127,587,000 bushels or 39.41 p.c,
ami there was a total ot 301,". 73,000
ibusbels or '.13.29 p.c.  ot merchantable
quality.
The barley yield of 1911 was 10.CH
000 bushels, aud ol this quantity
there was In band ut tbc end of
March 13,235.000 bushels or 112.511 |.c.
The   m?rchuntablc   yield   was   'itj, 183,-
000 bushels or 90.20 p.c. Thc btrlej
crop of 1910 wus 15,147,000 bushels,
and the quantity ou hand at .ucend
oi Mnrch last year was 13,135,0)0 bus
liels oi 29 p.c. The mSTShatttabls
•quantity ot that crop waB 41,505,000
liUBhcls or 91.93 p.c, Ontario's crop
last year waB 10,700,000 busholH und
tbut of the three Northwest provinces
24,043,000  bushels.
Thc merchantable yield of corn last
year wa-. 81 p.c. of tbc crop, ot buck
wheat 84 p.c, of potatoes Sit p.C, of
turnips and other  roots  85 P.O.,  and
01 hay und clover 88 p.c, as computed with last year's perccutugcD of
corn 84, buckwheat 87, potatoes 77,
turnips aud other roots 87 a:nl Lay
and clover 88. The quantities on
•land at the end of March wete, in
bushels, corn 3,069,086 compared with
4,734,000 iu l'Jll, buckwheat I 728,000
Against 1,750,000 potatoes 20.404.IWO
*ii-iiiin'i 28,604,000, and turnips ami
•other roots 14,055,000 agaiiiHt 16,158
(100. Of buy and clover there wore on
bund at the end (rf Mul/.h lust. 8,1-84,
000 tons compared with 5,287 000
tons on hand at tbu end ol     March,
lllll.
Tho ii.ii.liiM.n ol live stock nt the
end of Mnrrh, Mpreasnd In the per
centage of u standard representiiik
a henlthy uud thrifty Itttl and dn
Holed by LOO was for horses 06, nill
u), 0OWI 82.58, other entile 91.53,
pheep W.1C mi     »wiuc  'JI,   Ouly   iu
NUTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Tender-  will be  received  by  the  undersigned  for the erectiou of  nn    extension    to    Rogers    I'ass    Boarding
House and a new Statiou Building ut
Twin   Butte.   Tenders  will   bo   received up to 12 o'clock noon, May 4th.
M. K. McQUAKRIK,
O.P.R.  Resident  Engineer,
Revelstoke,  B.  C,
HKAVY DEJNKKE
Cursd Hfan, ami 1
ttban
mwrtmtt tl
m to b«lp
Um tptttt'at    true kral        	
phllinttiropr      H**a4  Ml tt llir,'
"Ta*   Hun-art*    ii«tt.*.4,    Os.    T*»iimh,
Ont:
Hiu ymm pimma. ••n-d m. bask en
4rtak, mm clrtulan rui&tlns Is jrour
Mluad ruo-rfj for tli* «riak h»blt 7
I wish ta hand tb*» ts a trlsa-4 wbo
la fc-uina- ta ruin tfcraurh drink. You
will ramambar that I hav* lakan your
mud-f, and I nnd U ,aJt r«» claim K
ta ba. I navar think of tnktns ar
aaiiit- atrona drink iu anr war, aa all
daalra for Tt haa laft ma I raoaot
Wank too hlshlv of jr-eur wondarful
raahady. Tou ma>- una mr name In anj
way rom wish Tn public.
^ "H.   Lllywhlte.   Itrlsdan. Ontarla."
■anuria Prescription is taataleaa
nnd odorless, and dissolves Instantly
tn Ua or soSee, or can ba intMd with
food It can ba sii • u with or wtth-
oat tha patient's knowledge. It rm-
asaraa tba craving for drink, builds ap
tba system nnd raetorea tht narvaa
Drink baoomaa distasteful and evsa
aameuua. •
Drink ls a disease, not a crime On*
drink of whlakey alwnya Invites another. Tha lanamrd nervas and
stomaoh craat. a rravlnc that must
either ba satisfied by mora wlilakay ar
removed by aclentlflr treatment Iks
•aaiarta Prescription. Samkrta Prw
aorlptloa bas bean In recular and suo-
caaaXul use by Physicians
mis  for   ever   ten   years.
If r»e knew of any family o.
■smarts Presentation, tail flwa abwot
H. If you have a husband, toi bar ar
friend tbat la drtning Into drink, hal*
him sue hhmnelf    Wriu to-day
A im TRIAL PAOKAOB of Bamarla Prassilptton. with booklet, nto-
ln» fan aartlculars, taatlmsalsla, priaa.
ou., wtn ho sent absolutely free sad
pestpaid la plain saalod psekaf* to
aayona asking far It and mentioning
tibia  pa*var     ,Corrwpondeoce  sacredly
eotitiiienti.il. Write today. Tue Samaria Remedy Co., Dept. 46-49, Col-
home street, Toronto, Canada. Also
for sale by C. R. Macdonald, Druggist, Revelstoke, B. 0.
EXAMINATION    FUR    INSPECTION
OF  BTBAM-BOILER8  AND
MACHINERY.
Examinations Ior the position of
Inspectors of Steam-boilers aud Ma -
chinery, under the "Steam-boilers Inspection Act," will be held at the
Parliament Buildings, Victoria, commencing May 13th, 1912. Application
and instruction forms can bo had on
application to thu undersigned, to
whom the former must be returned
correctly tilled in, not later than May
1st, 1912. Salary, $130 per month, in
creasing $5 per month per annum to
a maximum of $180 per month.
JOHN PECK,
Chief   Inspector   of   Machinery,
New Westminster, B.C.
TO CANADIAN   ARCHITECTS.
Competition     for      Now      University
Buildings  to   be   Eerectcd  at Point
tlrcy,      near      Vaucouver,    British
Columbia.
Tbe Uoverument ol British Columbia invite Competitive plans ior tbe
general scheme aud design for the
proposed new University, together
with more detailed Plans for the
buildings to be erected first at an estimated  cost   of  JI,500,000.
Prizes oi $10,0*00 will be given for
the most successful   Designs submitted
Particulars of the competition and
plan ol site may bo obtained on request from the undersigned.
Tho designs to be sent in by July
31st,   1912,  addressed  to
THE  MINISTER   OF   EDUCATION
Parliament Buildings,
Victoria.   British   Columbia.
WATER NOTICE.
Notice is hereby givea that Wsllis
John Armstrong, ol Hevelstoke, B.
0., will apply for a license to take
and use six (6) miners inches of water out of Mill Creek, which Bowl in
a south-easterly direction through
Section 29, Township 25, Range 2,
West of the 0th Meridan, and empties into Touca Watha river, near
Big Eddy, B.C.. The water will be
diverted at 200 feet abo%'e C. P. R.
track and will he used for irrigation
purposes on the land described as 35
acres, part section 29, township 23,
range 2, we6t of 6th Meridan.
ThiB notice was posted on the
ground ou tbe llth day of April, 1912
The application will be filed in the
ollice ol the Water Recorder at Revelstoke, Bt C.
Objections  may  he  tiled  with     the
said      Water      Recorder  or  with  the
Comptroller  ol  Water  Rights,    Par -
liameut Buildings,   Victoria, B.  C.
WILLIS   J.   ARMSTRONG
Applicant.   ...
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Lund District.
District, of  West Kooteuay.
Take notice that Adciiau S. Blondiu, of Halcyon, 14. 0., occupation
shipwright, intends to apply lot* permission to purchase the lollowiug
described  land:
Commeuciug at a post plauted 20
chains south aud 20 chains west ot
the south-east corner of Lot 7072;
thence south 40 chains, thencc west
211 chains, thence north 10 chains,
theuce east 20 .hains more or less to
poiut ol commencement, and containing eighty acres, more or less.
Dated March lltb, 1912.
Adelard 8. Blondiu.
Hugh  Pattinsou,  Agent.
NOTIOE.
Revelstoke   Land  DiBtrict,
District  of   West  Kootenay
Take uotice that Laua A. Blomliti,
of Halcyon, B. 0., occupation luar -
ried womau, iuteuds to upply ior permission to purchase the fo.lowing
described land:
Commeuciug at a post plauted on
the South Bouudury sixty chains west
of tho south-east corner of Lot 7072;
thenco south 20 chains, thence ebst
40 chains, theuce north 20 cLains,
to said south boundary of Lot 7U72
theuce west along said botiudary 40
chains more or less to point ol com-
menccmeut, containing 80 acres more
or  less
Dated March llth,  1912.
Laua A.   Blondiu.
Hugh Patinson, Ageut
REVELSTOK E   COU NOIL
No,    21,    ROYAL    TEMPLARS    OF
TEMPERANCE
Meets every 2nd und Illi Thursdays
in Oddfellows Hall, ut 8 o'clock.
Visiting Templara are cordially invited to attend.
W.  B.  MUNSON,  S.  C.
A.  1). TOURNER.  ll.  S.
"CIVIL   BBRVX08   ACT."
Thn Qualifying examinations (or
Thiiil-clasH Clerks, Junior Clerks and
Stenographer-   will   be   held   at      tbo
following    placet,    oomtotnelDf   oo
Tuesday, tlle 2nd July next.— Arm -
strong, Chilllwurk, Cumberland. Dun
can, (lolden, Grand Forks, Kamloops
Katlo, Ki'lownn, Ladysmith, Nunai-
ntO, NpJhoii, New Westminrtor, I'ea.h-
land. Prince Rupert, Penticton, Revelstoke,   Rossland,   Salmon  Arm.Sum-
ini'ibinii.  Vancouver, aad Victoria.
Candidates must be British sub -
Ii.l Let wiiii the ages ol JI and 30,
if for Third Hans Clerks, and lie-
twecu 1*8 and 21, if for Junior Clerks
or  Stenographers.
Applications will not In' accepted
if received later than the loth June
next. lb. .
Section 7 ol tho "Civil Service Act"
provides that temporary clerks and
stenographers, who have not lieen
regularly appointed by tinier In
Council, must puss this examination
P. WALKKK.
Registrar. Civil Service.
1st ii-iur May -ih.
R. Z. CRAWFORD
CONTRACTING
PAINTER
Satisfaction guaranteed
Agent  for   Flexitime  Electric
Signs
R. Z. CRAWFORD
Residence Cor. Hnl St. ami R-ntaonavt.
Shop in Alley back of !•'.. J. Bourne's
Store, first Street
E.   G.    BURRIDGE
Tinsmith Repairs, Hot Air, Pipe
and Furnace work
-WORK   8HOP-
Oonnaueht Ave.   -   Revelatoke
iYNUPalS |UF, COAL MihINu
hfcUUU.IUiiS.
Coal mining rights of the Dominion
in Mumtaha, Saskatchewan aud Al
uerta, the Yukon Territory, tbe
North-west Territories utid in a portion ot the Province ot tlritisb Columbia, may be loused lor a term ol
twenty-one yeurs at au annual rental ot (1 au .uu*. Not more than
2,JM acres will be leased to ono up-
plicaut.
Applicatiou for lease must be made
by the applicant iu person to tbe
Agont or Sub-Agent of the district
iu which tbo rights applied lor are
situated.
lu surveyed territory the land must
be described by sectious, or legal
sub-divisions ot sections, aud ln un
surveyed territory the tract appliod
tor shall be staked out by tbe ap -
plicant  himself.
Lui-h applicant must he accompanied by a fee oi •$!> which will bs refunded if the rights appliod (or are
not uvailable, but not otherwise. A
loyally shall be paid on the merchantable output ol tbo mine at the
rate ol live cents per ton.
Tbe |.iisi'ii operutiug the mluo shall
furnish tho Agent with swotu returua
accounting tor the lull quantity ot
merchantable coal mined and pay the
royalty tbereon. II tbe coal mining
rights ara not being operated, such
returns should be fui united ut least
once a year.
The lease will Include the coal mlaing rights only, but tbe lessee may
be permitted to purchase whatever
available aurlace rights may be considered uccossury tor the working ol
tbe mine at tbo rato ol $10,00 an
acre.
Kor lull information application
should )>e made lo the Secretary ot
tbe Department ol the Interior, Ottawa, or to the Agent or Sub-Agent
ot Dominion  Lands.
W. W. OORY,
Deputy  Minister ol the Interior.
N.B.—Unauthorized publication oi
this advertisement will not be paid
for.
Dr. de Van's Female PMI«
A ui ■Ma rum i* laanlatm inaral lal I. Thssj
C l|i me eiiredlfislV W"l« '» t.«ul«llns tlis
icaatatlrar-itii.n"•"" •5,ll!',,.L,m' K?i""?
ill cheap Imitations Dr. da We ire ...Id al
l». ho,Po, t hrea Ut lin. MtllrfjiJSOS^SSL
lb. IcakeU Draa Co,, It. Catharlnae, Ont.
HARVEY, MeCAKT'tiH
AND PINKHAM,
Barristers,   Solicitors,   Ktc.
Imperial  tlauk Building   Revelstoke, li. C.
Money to Loan.
UUlces—Revelstoke,    b.    O.,     and
Cranbrook, it.  O.
Geo. S. MeCarter,
A. M. Pinkham, J. A. Harvey
Revelstoke, Cranbrook
ROBERT  SMITH,
Provincial   Land   Suveyor,
Mining Surveyor,
Engiuoerink
McKENZlE  AVE.,
BOX    106,    REVELSTOKE
W.      H.      WALLACE
ARCHITECT.
P.  0.  Box  146, RevelBtoke. B.O.
RUPERT   W.   HAGGEN
Revelstoke,  B.   C.
Dominion und   B.  C.  Lund   Surveyor.
Dr. J. C. Morrison
Dentist
Post Graduate Chicago^University
-Specialty--All   Porcelain   and
Cast Crown Bridge Work
Cor. Granville antl Robson Sts.
Vancouver
Over Harrison's Itnif; stoic
1'lioue-Si'v-  5238
KOOTENAY      LODGE,  No.   ">5 A.  P.
and A.  M.
Regular     meetings are hold in MAS
ON1C TEMPLE,     Oddfellows'      Hall
on tbe Third Monday ln each month
at 8 p. m.      Visiting bretbren      ara
cordially  welcome.
W. THOMSON, W. M.
W. B.  ROBERTSON,  Secretary.
Smoker's Suppies
The old reliable now bus the largest and besl line ol Smokers'
Supplies ever in the( Ity, und our prices ure right. Fifty brands
of cigars to choose from, price from $1.00per box up; not made
irsin setup either.
Meerschaum  Pipes from $3.00 to $10.00
Calabash Pipes from $3.50 Up
Our siock   ol   Calabash    Pipes   is   small   on   account   of   the
crop being a failure this ic.tr ami quality poor.
Briar Pipes in cases from $1.00 up.
Ask for the famous H. B. B, brand. Every pipe is Ruarau-
teeil.
Cigar and Cigarette Holders. Cases un.l Lighters, Pouches,
Ash Trays and Pipe Racks. Tell us what vou want anil we will
suit you. II you cannot call, phone 37 and goods will lie sent to
your home lor approval.    Buy carl) while stock is complete.
McKinnon's Cigar Store
ASK THE  DRIVER
Everybody knows him, he will
tell you that the whiskeys we are
Belling are the best. Call and be
convinced, No household should
he without a supply of our Harvey's Special Scotch Whiskey; our
Frapln tlqueur Brandy, guaranteed
BOyeara old or Blaokberry Brandy
for Medicinal purposes. Our stock
of choice Wines and Liquors of all
kinds are unexcelled. Sold hy all
the leading hotels, or telephone
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.. Ltd.
Importers and Dealers In Pure Wines, liquors, Cigars and Cigarettes
( JUST PUT INTO STOCK ^
A BIG LINE OF
Fresh Imported Groceries
Corporation tf the City
of Revelstoke
PUBLIC NOTICE.
Public Notice is hereby given that
it is absolutely necessary that disorders of a suspicious nature be reported to Dr. McLean, City Medical
Health Othcer or other physicians,
as aoon ns known. Failure to do this
is a punishable oflence.
Dy Ord'r,
B.  A. LAWSON,
City Clerk.
COURT     MT.      BEGB1K,    No.  »461.
OF I. O. F.
Meeta in I. 0*. 0. F. Hall next    to
Tapping's Opera House every Becond
ami fourth Monday in  month.  Visit
ing brethren cordially welcomed.
O. W. BELL, 0. R.
WM.   8.   CAMERON,   Rec.-Bec.
0. W. O. W.
Mountain View Camp, No. 229
Meets Second    and     Fourth  Wudnea
days    in  each  month  in     .Selkirk
Hall.      Viaitlng  Woodmen arc
cordially invited to attend
A.   J.  WOODLAND,   Con.  Coin
JAMEB  McINTYRE.   Clerk.
SELKIRK      LODGE 12,  1.  O.   O.  F.
Meets every     Thursday evening   ln
Selkirk  Hall at 8 o'cloci-i.      Visiting
bretbren  cordially invited.
H.    SIEGFRIED,   N.  G.
JAS.   MATHIE,   Secretary.
WALL PAPER
AND CARPET CLEANING
New Lightning Method
Oil Painting, nnd Painted Walls
Cleaned like new.
KALSOMINING
P. per Hanging a Specialty
Estimates Given
Mirror Making and re-Silvering
Glass Cutting and Boring
Glass Frosting and Staining
Picture Framing, etc.
Prices Reserved.
D. wTbrill
Painter, Paper Hanger,Decorater
Hevelstoke, B C.
Lumb
umbermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer antl Exporter
Old Town,
Ue\ el-stoke, B. C
lielntr buying vour outfit of working clothes
fnr tlir bush, I make a
epecialty    ol     Lo«KinK
Shoes, p*nti. Box, Ifilrti
Blankets and everything
rtquircdlnyour business,
Electric Restorer for Men
Phi,»nl uniii icaioroa everynerv« In tlio bodj
rnogpnonui t<[ )|f ploper teni|on] rc,i„,*.,
.lm mil vltnlitv. Premature demy nn.l all «exti»l
t»Tikin«i avertrd at onre. rhoiphonol will
rriaka rmi a nam nun. Pilcfl Ift a box. or two Iji
BrVllW To any add-... tba RooW.ll Drn|
0o.,lt.C»tb*rlnai,Ont.
GOLD RANGE LODGE,       K.  of    P.,
NO. 26,   REVELSTOKE,  B.   O.
Meets every  Wednesday except   tha
Third Wednesday ot each month     ln
Oddfellows' Hall at 8 o'clock.  Visiting Knights are cordially Invited.
G.  W.  GARLAND, C.  O.
G. H. BROCK, K. of R. * 8.
M. of V
[p. GaUicano,
Second Street
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., Prmident
ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager
CAPITAL - 310,000,000
REST, -   $6,000,000
COLLECTION   BUSINESS
With its large number of branches, agents and correspondents, The
Canadian Bank of Commerce is able to effect collections throughout
the world promptly and at reasonable rates. Rates will be quoted on
application.
FOREIGN   BUSINESS
AJ.10
F
di
ruitLan
FOR SALE
Galena Hay lantla in po renin ol
10 or 20 ucreH or on bloc. Uorratt-
pondenoe invited,
John Shaw, Agent,
Box 616 Arrowhead
H. W. EDWARDS
TAXIDERMIST
Animal    Rugs,   Game
Heads and Birds
Mounted
P.O.Box 31, Revelstoke
Sewing Machines
A nice new fltock of Singer and Wheeler Wilson Sewing Machines
For Sale or Hire
by the month at Manning's.
All kinds of machine needles
stocked.
H. MANNING,  Agent.
Cheques and drafts on all countries of the world, drawn in sterling,
francs, marks, lire, kronen, florins, roubles or any other foreign currency,
ud be negotiated at The Canadian Bank of Commerce at reasonable rates.
REVELSTOKE    BRANCH—F. M. GIBSON. N OR'.
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED  1865
Record of Progress for Five Years—1906-1911
1906 1911
Capital        ....        $ 3,1'IHi.Ooo * -UWUIOO
Reserve 8,000.000 -J.OOO.IHIO
Deposits      ....        23.677,780 86,042,311
Loans and Investments          -       27.467,090 :I8,K64,801
Total Assets        -      -       -        88,090,192 18.237.284
Has 83 Branches In Canada, and Agents and Correspondents In all
the Principal Cities in ihe World.
A OENI RAL  DANKINO  BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS  BANK  DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Interest allowed at highest current rate
Revolstoke Branch, vv   H   PRATT, Manager
Our Doctors Anli-Septic Shoe is Proving a Winner
This last is fillinfja long felt want and its waterproof qualities are standing the test.
We carry a full line of the famous Pene-
tang Sht* pack and all kinds of rubber footwear.
Once a customer always a customer. Satisfaction guaranteed.
ARMSTRONG   &.   COMPANY
Satlillers Harness Makers
Boot and Shoo Repairers,
UNION   CIGARS
Inland Revenue Standard for Cigars is 22 lbs. 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
RETELSTOKE, B. C,
HBMBHMHBIBH WEDNESDAY,   MAY   Sth,   1912.
THE  IB^^IXj-IIIEIRi.A.ILiID,   I^E'VEILSTOKIE
WEDNESDAY,  MAY Sth,   1912.
MALAKWA NOTES
Parties desiring inlormatiou regarding the Valley ol tho Garden ol
Eden, can obtain same true of charge
hy writing to Mr. J. H, Johnsou,
Malakwa,   B.   C.
An Important real estate deal, involving some ol thc finest farming
I ind ,n tbe lar famed Garden ol Kd.
en Valley, was closed on Monday,
when Mr. J, i.idstoue purchased trom
the Baynes estate, eighty acres nl
un-improved land situated one half
mile north from Malakwa station on
the C.P.R. Mr. Lulstone is it11 old
time resident of thc district, who for
year-, past has I,ecu engaged in hunt
*:ii; an.l trapping through out the
Malakwa region, up to this present
time he hail resisted all temptation
to invest in thc farming lands ot the
diBtrict, hut in view oi the rapidly
advancing values he has decided to
get in on the good thiugs going,
whilst there is yet time. A lew-
years ago this laud could have licen
ontained for SOc. per acre from the
I'rovincinl Government, the delay has
cost Mr. Libstonc a large sum in
making up thc difference between the
price ol live years ago, and lhc prevailing terms, but be preferred to
buy now rather than wait an..ther five
years and see thc land at an almost
prohibitive  price.
Mr. .1. Sim, father of Mr, James
Sit), has recently arrived at Mala -
kwa from "Auld Scotia." lie is likely  to locate permanently,  Mr.  Sim
mwyimy3mtaaaet^^am.a^rmmi ^tm
The Valley of
'The Garden of Eden"
Situated at MALAKWA AND CRAIGELLACHIE, B. C.
1      Just 32 Miles West of   Revelstoke,   and   Extending   between Sicamous Junction to Three Valleys Station
Area of First-Class Land-2o,ooo:Acres
Character Of Land   Principally Level.
f harart-or nf ^nil   Ber»ch    Lands,   Clay    Loam   and Vegetable
UlldldWtfl   Ul   OUII   Mould, while on  Lower Lands Black Loam
Prevails.
Nn Initl ifrnii   Posit'vely n° irrigation is needed as Valley is sub-
\W IlliyailUII   irrigated, and many creeks supply water for Domestic purposes.
This Land is specially adapted for Large and Small Fruits, as well as
Hay and Vegetables.
Moderate Climate   Freezing is Average Winter Weather.
Prices of Land Reasonable
For Further Particulars About This Garden Spot of B. G., Watch This Page
of the MAIL-HERALD Each Week
t,
describes the conditions which the
farmers ot Scotland now (Imi them -
selves up against, as lieing vory unsatisfactory, and he declares his intention of settling down on the laud
in the Harden of Kden, where Lloyd
Heorge will he unable to trouble him
and the rent collector will be no
more. It is stated thut half the
able bodied population ol .Scotland
would emigrate to Canada if they
could ruisc enough money over and
above their (arcs to give them thc
necessary confidence rciiuired to leave
the laud of their birth and secure a
decent start in Canada. On account
of the similarity between the climatic conditions of Uritish Columbia and
Scotland, most of these immigrants
would prefer to locate in the Pacitic
Province, and with the opening o!
the Panama Canal, which by giving
the direct steamship communication
between Scottish Ports and Vancouver, will cut the tare out to one halt
of that charged by tho C.P.R. over
the present water and rail route via
Eastern Canada, it is exp-eoted a
tremendous influx ol Scottish agricul
tuiiats will take place into B. C.
That ia tbc time when the land values of proved agricultural -districts
like the Harden of Bden Valley, will
take their final jump, and thoso who
have thc opportunity to get in loduy
at tho present low prices, and wbo
take advantage of same, will bo fortunate  indeed.
Another prool of tne growth of the
Valley was given this week, when Mr
A. Cubb, a recontly arrived Bottler
from Washington Stutc, openod up a
grocery store from which ho will cater to thc uccilB ot the people ol
Craigellachie  aud district.
wi
. . It Mioht Be Cold. . .
BTJT
It is always hot in the plunge at Halcyon Hot Spring's,
whose natural hut 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 p:itrons. Located among the
greatest scener> of Canada, easy of access,—the Sanitarium is luxuriously fitted and finished for comfort and
convenience of guests.
Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
ORIENTAL HOTEL.
suitably    itirnib.'n:d   with   the   choicest  the
in.irktu affords.     Best Wines, Liquors and
ig irb     Kates $' a day.    Monthly rats.
J.    ALBEBT     ST03STB1      PROP
Wm. BOYD, Proprietor,
Halcyon. Arrow Lakes
Union   Hotel
, JUST NKUi.v REPAIRED
RATES,      .      $1.50 PER DAY
nd monthly rates to be arranged.       Meal Tickets, 21 meals foi
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
\. i'. LKVESyi K, Pro] rietor
Laughton .'■&, Tapping, Props. First Street,  Revelstoke, B. C.
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
European Plan
Open Dtiy and Night. - Meal Tickets. $6.00
MONTHLY BOARD
Centra/ Hotel
Abrahamson Bros.. Props.
Enlarged  and Improved     Plrst-Claa< In every reepect.    All modern convenience!
Lurm- ,S»uj|J*c K*
Rat' a $2.00 per day        Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
HOTEL CLIMAX RESTAURANT
OPEN NIGHT ANIj DAY
T* - — **■   "* —■"-
White Help Only Employed
Board by the Day or Week
Ni^ht  Restauranl    Short Order
HATCH M.OH
••' Manager.
SP«M
H. d. McSOKLtr, Proprietor.
Strictly First Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with Bath
Rosedene Nurseries
Kevelstoke. B. C.
House Plants, Ferns, etc.
Cut Flowers, Roses, Carnations, etc
Thos. Newell, Prop.
Detigni Uox 51
I'honr  2fi5
UNION HOTEL
AKKOWHKAI). It  0,
BpCClal   Attention Kiveh    tn    Minimi i1
111*11   ami   tourists,     Kir«t I Inn
room*. VintM man-try In British Colnm
bia, overlooking l'p|ier Am*  l.skn.
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer     Drajring
Handling F'innos a  Spccinlty
W. J. Lightburne, Prop Phone 42 .   Night Phone 35
Appointment Made
Thr agitation that has been suing
mi in tlio province ut DritiBh t'oluni-
bia Ioi a number Oi months in regard
tn tli,* freight rates tn this western
section oi the Dominion Ihib culminated in the appointment of Mr. W.A.
.MacDonald, K.C., Vancouver to represent the province at the sessions
of tbc railway Commission, which
have lieen adjourned for a couple* of
weeks owing to the unexpected ill -
neaa of the cbairmun, Hon. J. 1'.
Muliee. Au annouuecment to tbis cf-
lect was made yesterday atternoon
by Hon. W. J. Dowser, tbe acting
premier.
Th,*  question  of  provincial rcprcscn
t.itiuii   has been   under   discussion   (or
• .un*   time   with  the  federal authorities,   but  up   till   now,   while such    a
conoosalon  was made  in  rcgurd to a
number  oi   the  other   provinces inter-
in  the question  ol freight rates
nothing   was done  fur   B.O.  Hon.   Mrl
i. acting premier, protested the
on,      pointing     out that there
a.i   perhaps no other province in the
Dominion more in need oi spocinl rc-
*n before tbe board ol ruil-
ommlMioneri than  B.C.,     ami
as a mm,un .,( tin . iim appointment
•I   lu   has   beOT   made.
M ii li'iiinlil     ih ii     well known
COS I   .md   Inn familial'
ity   ••  ' 111 lonl   here ami pur
ii,  the om   oi the pro*
,*,** i    , ,ni i.i inm affected hy
the  freight  rates,  lendeiH  him  a  vory
indie  the brief nl B.O,
rl  i in* commission
list.
Tbe ol .-u'iiii> ing Into Uie
,..,lt    uf   III*     llu
■   -     *   i   i.i ,ei.   up   hy      the
i       •    ■'.   '■ .ilui in  and Van
Joint   as   well      ai   individual
i   taken i,y three bodlM in
*   to   '!*■     i hm turn.   I,nt   nothing
to   ii I   the   situation
, iently Mm .iiq ttni ni ol
to   repn ent      the
• fun*   tbe   commission   will
I        throUKhOtM    tin*   I'l"- une
'    pai i, Him pleasure
Out., which contains the lirst chapter of the Final Report ol Mr. Killy
Kvuns of the Ontario Game and Kish
cries Commission. Mr. iilvuns has
spent two years in the preparati in
of this report and the information
contained therein and the recommendations which Mr. Kvuns mn-i.'s as
to a broader policy of administration
should be read by every .-.portsm.Mi.
"An Ideal Canadian Holiday ' will
appeal to those who already bave
visions of a summer oat.ug. I ap -
shooters   will   liud  their  .nier.'Sts par
ticulurly   well   looked   after
Arrow Lake Mail Clerk
| Vancouver, H.C, May '2—-duperiti -
tendent -McLeod of the ruilwuy mail
service left tonight lor the Arrow
lakes, where he will establish n railway  postal   service  ou stcumurs  ruu-
1 ning between Hobson nud Arrowhead*
Thc new service will he a vast improvement as regards sufety und des-
putch of niuils bundled on this route
and will be ud irect benefit to busi -
uess between clticB of thc coust uud
Kootenuy.
tbis
mouth's issue which coutums i.i uJ-
ditiou to the usual department news
and scores u specially illu)*.;atid article by "Canuck" ou lhe liastir ln-
tcr-club shoots between Montreal and
St. Hubert clubs.
Ai.v     magaMM Ol   book  you  want.
al  Miieiiuimiii'H drug rtorl
May Rod and Gun
Kvery sportsman Interested In the
welfare of Canada's HhIi and cine ie
■oiireei should read Un Mny numliot
uf  Itu'l iiiiiI  timi  in   I'aniula  pnhli Un* I
by  W.J, Tujloi, Limited. Woudmoek
Walls Collapse
Toronto, Muy 1—Three persons Were
killed, one 1$ missing und more thun
u dozen were seriously injured when
tbe walls of the William Neilson Co.
building, 277-30*7 Uludstone uvenue,
collapsed today, precipitating a largo
number of workmen to the basement
and burying them lu u tangled mnss
of debris and mucbinery. Nearly all
ol those hurt wore women, although
one mun, u Carpenter, hud both logs
broken.
There were upward ol 1130 employees In the building, u largo number of
whom   were working on  the top Uoor
Kor uu hour lireuisu worked heroically to dig out thoso eutombod,
IpUmd on by the pitiful cries of thc
suffering men und women bonoath tho
ruins.
livery private ambulance und nil tho
police abuliiuccB of tbc city were ut
tbo scene of the disaster a few moment* uRcr Its occurence umi tender
bunds removed tlio injured and dying
uh fast as they were recovered.
Mrs. Eva Anderson uud Louis Stilus
weie killed outright.
The following wero drugged out
alive l,nt budly hurt:—Kmliy Watson
106 IttisHoll street; Husln Hums, Bum-
inerliill avenue; Lottie Carey, W Ds
iIiiihhI street; Mabel Howman, DtllTei-
in streot; Mrs. Thompson, Dilflerln
stie.t; VV. Lsmby, H Cordon stro-fft,
ninl   Michael   Irisuyre,   Central avenue
A Herman shipbuilding lirm Is plan
ning n liner with euitos similar to
iln.si* i,f a luxurious New York apart
ment house. To give that homellve
feeling, one of the cabins may l>« used lor a divorce court. — Ottawa
Jourual.
New York bus the second lurgest
Italian city in the world, and the
third largest Hussiuu city.—Hulllui
Acadian.
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Tenders
Tenders addrcssod to the undersigned for the purchuse of Vlllu Lot No.
BO, lutcly owned by thc lato Thomus
Skinner, deceased, will bc received up
to noon of the 15th day of Maj in-
stunl. Tho Lot contains un urea ot
about four acres about half of which
is cleared and fenced nnd there is a
smnll frame houso on thc lot. Terms
cash. Immediate possession can be
given.
Dated May 1st, UU.
OBOUGM  8.   McCAHTUH,
Administrator   of   the   Kstate  of
Thomas Skinner, deceased.
IN THE MATTER OF THE LAND
REGISTRY ACT.
And in tb* Matter   of  Lot 4, Bleclt
27, Revclitoke City, Map 636A
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN ;
WIIKKKAS a certain title deed oi the
shove mentioned property has heen lost,
vi;.: J8th NOVEMBER, 1904, Mathew
M. Pettipiece to Cecil V. Tsylor convey
of .laid lot.
This is to give notice to anyone Into
whose possession the aforesaid title deed
may have come and who has any knowledge nf the whereabouts ol the said
deed to deliver the same to Samuel K,
Roe, Esquire, District Registrar of
Laud Titles, Nelson, B. C,
Ami further take notice that holing
the production of this deetl within four
weeks of the date of the first publication
hereof tbat the snid District Registrar
will proceed to issue.s Certificate of
Title of the said Lot in the name of
Hugh Hruce, of Keveletol'e, ii. C.
I luted at Nelson, B, t ti this 4th day
ol April, A. 1),, lilt.
SAM 0, *. ROK,
Diittivt Rcgiiirtr( WEDNESDAY,  MAY   Sth,   1912.
THE  MAIL-HERALD,  EEYELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,  MAY  Sth,   Uli
ESB
THE ONLY SHOE STOCK
IN TOWN WHICH CAN
SUPPLY THE NEEDS OF
THE WHOLE FAMILY
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. £. tfume & Co.. limited
OUR SHOE MOTTO
Classy Shoes in newest designs
at a minimum cost for maximum wear.
OUR DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT
A BARGAIN LIST FOR THURSDAY AND FRIDAY
TOWELS
TOWELS—30 do/en, a mixed lot
of white and colored Turkish
Towels, worth 35c and 40c each.
On Thursday and Friday	
25c Each
WASH DRESSES
WASH DRESSES io Ladies'
Muslin and Gingham, slightly
soiled. There are mosl si/es in
the lot and certainly some good
picking, at	
Half   Price
ODDS AND ENDS
A lot of odds and ends of Chil-
dreu's Dresses, Little Hoys'
Blouses, I'ants, Shirtwaists, etc.
—all at cacli	
50C.
HALF   PRICE
A bunch of little girls and
Infants' Dresses at
HALF   PRICE
NEW PRINTS
New Old Countjy Prints and Calicos. The real old land stock,
the strong, durable, good washing kind. All new patterns and
colorings, full 32 inches wide, all
one price	
I5c
COTTONS
From thc common 5c. cloths up to
the finest Mulls, Madapolins,
Cambrics, Lawns, Batiste, etc.,
at	
I5c to 50c
AFTERNOON AND HOUSE DRESSES45 to $25
The style this season are conceded to be the most interesting shown for several years. Thc
period which they represent being famous for its many effects in decoration, Its frills and
and unique use of Laces, the Ribbon Buds and Blossoms, as well as the artificial flowers,
make for pretty dresses,      From	
$5.00 to 25.00
SEPARATE SKIRTS
With the Shirtwaist season
coming on, there is an advancing demand for separate skirts.
We are experiencing this demand for Skirts all the way
from the modest Wash Skirt
to lhc elaborate fringe and
Braid trimmed Voiles, at	
$20.00
WASH CLOTHING
FOR   CHILDREN
Have their innings this week;
swell little Wash Suits for thc
boys, swell little dresses and
coats for the girls and all the
other accessories. Rompers,
Underwear, Bibs, Aprons, etc.
WASH COATS
These swell new Summer
models are made up in linens
and crrshes. 'They are so beautifully tailored and ornamented
that they have all the appearance of the best cloth and
tweed coats and are actually
more useful fer Summer wear.
$3.75 to SI 5.00
Groceries and Crockery Department
DUSTBANE
Housewives are heartily welcoming this sweeping compound in their daily labors. It lessens
the labor of sweeping one half, disinfects, and
has no unpleasant odor; abstracts thc dust and
gets thc dirt every time. Put up in 5 Ib. cans
at	
45 Cents Per Ib.
OLIVES
SOUP
Have you tried any of ot r famous KNORR'S
I'FA SOUP Stick for Soup one ofthe best
articles for soup on lhc market to-day. It furnishes, within a few minutes, an excellent Pea
Soup equal to home made. O1112 stick makes
enough soup for six persons at the small cost
of 4 cents each.
25 Cents for One Stick
APPLE CIDER
Try a bottle of our Pure Apple Cider from the
LAM) OF EVANGELINE. We guarantee
it to bc pure goods. A nice cooling drink for
the warm weather. Always sweet; always
clear	
Only 25c. Per Bottle
Wc have the largest assortment of Olives we
have ever shown before. Stuffed Olives at
40c, (3oc. and 75c. Plain Queen Olives at
40c, 45c, 60c. and 75c. per bottle, and Ripe
Olives in large cans at 85 ceuts each, all selected as to size, shape and color and preserved
so as to retain the luscious llavor of thc natural fruit.
Comfortable Summer Underwear for Men
It is time you were thinking of the medium or
light weight Underwear. We can supply you with
exactly what you want in wool, cotton or lisle. Let
us show you before buying.
FANCY GROCERIES
We have just finished unloading a large car
of all the choicest and best groceries on the
market to-day, made up of 'Teas, Coffees,
Breakfast Cereals, Nuts, Soups, Mushrooms,
Jams and Jellies, Pickles and Sauces, Fancy
Cheese, Syrup and all thc newest Groceries
that can bc had in all the first-class stores.
Wc are able now to fill orders for anything
and everything you want.
DINNER SETS
We are offering some new Dinner Sets in thc
latest designs and patterns at prices that will
make you take notice. See our new white
and gold stock pattern, from which you can
select any article from an egg cup to a soup
tureen. You can buy a full dinner set or any
number of pieces. We also carry two other
pretty stock patterns and our full dinner sets
will also please you.
cTVlcn's plain Balbriggan Underwear—An article
of exceptional value, in plain shade only. Trice—
60c. or -fl 00 per Suit.
o/Wen's Spring Needle Balbriggan—Like a piece
of elastic; fits the body closely and never shrinks or
loses shape.    Trice, 75c. per garment.
Men's White Cotton-Short sleeves, coat pattern; short drawers; made from choice Nainsook
cotton-   Price—75c.
cTWen's White Balbriggan—Spring Needle knit
Made from pure Sea Island cotton. Price $1.00
per garment.
Men's Mercerized Lisle Underwear Feels like
silk, wears like iron. Comes in white, blue and
flesh color.    Trice—$1.50 per garment.
Pure Wool, Light Weight Robin Hood brand,
unshrinkable.   Price $1.25 per garment.
Pure Wool, Natural Shade — Unshrinkable,
medium weight. Price, $1.50 per garment or $2.75
per Suit.
MauchifTe's Pure Wool Light, Grey shade, very
light weight. Absolutely unshrinkable. Price,—
$1 50 per Rarment.
Hewson's Medium Weight—Rib, unshrinkable,
natural color.   Price, $1.75 or *3,25 per suit.
Indian Cashmere Light Fawn color, feels like
silk, will not shrink. The best value ever ollered
in this line. Price, $4 per garment or $7.50 per
suit.
Wool Combination Suit Wolsey brand, will
not shrink, wears better than anv other. Medium
weight.    Price—$6.00.
Cotton Combination Suit-Short sleeves, knee
drawers, the most comfortable Summer Suit that
can be worn.    Trice—$1.50 persuit.
Men's Shirts for Now
Our showing of Spring and Summer Shirts
i.s the largest ever shown in the city and the size
of our slock is more ihan balanced in exclusive-
ness of designs. We have thc sole agency for the
W. G. & R. goods in thc city and we will strongly recommend this line to our customers; bi^;,
roomy shirts with long arms and standard si/e
collar bands. The patterns arc right up to thc
minute and we guarantee every shirt.
'This season will bc a stripe season in shirts,
not wide stripes, but thc fine hair lines. White
stripes on dark grounds and colored stripes on
white grounds. Shirts will follow thc lines of
Men's Clothing in plain, simple designs.
The neu French culls are extremely popular
and will be worn iu plain designs or solid colour.
Whiles are especially good in this line.
W. G. & R. Shirts, all cloths
and patterns, from
$1.25 to $3.50 EACH
HOUSE FURNISHING DEPARTMENT
SPRING CURTAINS
Our full line of Spring Window Curtains have just
arrived and we are in .1 position to supply your every
want, whether it is in Muslin, Madras, while or COlor8|
nett, white or ecru, Or lace. Wc can furnish these cither
by the pair made up, or hy the yard widths. These goods
are direct Importation! from the Old Country manufacturers, and thus we are enabled to quote you prices
whieh  will discount  anything  you  have   hitherto  been
offered,
Inlaid and Printed Linoleum
liesli arrivals from Scotland; a complete linr ol
inlaid and printed goods in absolutely new patterns, Vou
can't afford to miss seeing these before buying. We
guarantee to cut these and lay tbem to your entire satisfaction.
TRY OUR NEW FLOOR SERVICE
SALE OF UNION RUGS
Wc ate putting on sale to-day, (Wednesday), our
full line uf Union Ruga and Tapestries. These were
extra good values at thc Kegular Price; now you can't
afford to pass them up. Bight near the Millinery Department, after you have seen the Hats, take a look at
thc Rugs.
\ WEDNESDAY,  MAT  8th,  1912.
TIIE  aVL^XL-IIER^LID,   BEYELSTOKB
WEDNESDAY,  MAY Sth,  V.M'.'.
BARGAIN SALE PRICES
Ladies' Spring Mantles
These are this year's importation,
Only live left. Regular $18 Sale
Price$8.5o, Reg. $20.00; Sale Price
$12 50.
Ladies' Spring Costumes
Reg. $27.    Sale Price, $21,50,   Reg.
$22,50,    Sale I'rice, $16.
Children's Wash Dresses
60c, $l, and $1.25,       Special value.
Ladies' Wash Dresses
New American goods. Prices from
$2.50, $4 and 7.00 each, just lo hand
by express.
Gingham
See Our Table at 10c, pcr yard.  Reg
value at much more.
Hosiery for Ladies
Ladies'  Black,  Fast  Dye,
Cotton Hose, 15c. per pair.
REID & YOUNG
Films, Kodaks, Chemicals, Inatitic-
t'ion Books, nil the newest, at Macdonald's drug  Btore.
"The Power Behind the T! r nc,"
the world famous romautic droina,
tonight at   Empress theatre
MATERNITY HOME—Mrs, Wittson,
enst truck, has openi-d hi" new
house ns a Maternity tlntiie. Toms
reasonable. Apply Box 28, Mrs, Wl
tl.  Watson. >
Thermos hut ties gnd tvi'uls, uli
Bi/.cH nud prlcos nt Macdonald's drug
store.
Tom Marks nt the Empress theatre
"Death ot JameB 3rd"—Don't tuisB
this greut compnny.  See posters.
Don't forget the R.M.R. Dance on
Driday evening, Mny loth 111 the
Drill   Hall.
FOOTBALL    NOTIOE.
A meeting uf all Interested In foot-
hall Is called tor Friday evening at
s o'clock in the V.M,O.A, An important meeting is to be held,
NOTICE OK   DISSOLUTION.
Public Schools Attendance
The     attendance     at      the    puh
schools  tor  April,   was as  follows
Notice is hereby given that the
partnership heretofore existing between William li. Shearer and .Oarl
A. Barraclough under the name and
style ol Wesl Kootenay Steam Laundry Company, has been dissolved.
Mr. Shearer retires from the busi -
ness which will in the future he car
ried on by Mr, Barraclough under the
same name as thnt under which it
has  heretofore  heen  carried   on.
Mr. Barraclough is thp person entitled to receive all moneys due to
the  lnte  partnership   (inn.
Dated   May   tth.   1912.
Karl  a.  Barraclough,
COMING [VENTS
May   15—The  Kenny,  Harvey   Kutcr -
tamers, Empress theatre.
May      ie—The  Great   National   Stock
Company,  ior one  week.
June 3rd—Tom Mark-  Company,   lot
one week, Empress theatre.
October T—Managing      Mildred Opera
Co.,   Empress  tbeatre.
THE CITY IN BRIEF
Little Francis Lawrence, daughter
ol ,i.  Ralph  Lawrence,  is recovering
from  ber  ti ci nl    • fere  illness.
Mr F.M, Gibson, ol tin* Can i I an
li.,-,.. ol Commerce, has returned
■fii.ui .,  visit  to tbe pi.1.1 •
Th, Board ol Trade Will meet to -
morrow, Thursday evening at B p.m.
in the City Hall. A full attendance
is requested.
J. Caliin .mi bride ari spending a
lew days among their Rev-rietolw
jrien li -'  !"t   Vancouver
:-.it .:■:..-.    .•* .. ** tney lnte 11 d uli ug
the        ■'• iture.
The tly campaign is     on In Cleve
land,  and  the authorities  have ottered to pay lu cents per hundred   Ioi
Uea*: ..Mnr   ol   a   pair      ol
■  • -       |   * *      :..,Kc a fortune in short
order.—T ironto Mull aud  Expres-.
It thai   tbe  Stenm t
Revelstoke will make  her tirst  ti  poi
the season to La Porte, on s.i.
May   llth. The  water   is   I
.-;ver il tul I       be
high a e   UiiVi -
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the Revel
toke S teal .   Ht
,;*„... entente
to tbe planl
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As the ium* ba*> arrived when you must do your Reeding, we wish
to draw vour attention to the fact thai our seeds are all fresh ami
new Slock nol am old mics lell to "dud ulT. Our Onion sets arc
llie best, either the Dutch Set or the Multipliers.
FLOUR AND FEED Wenavejust unloaded one ear ..( Purity
Flour, One Car of Xo. l Timothy May, tine Car Feed, including Oats, whole or crushed, Wheat, Barley, Corn, Bran, Shorts
and Chops. It you require any of these, let us quote you prices.
We Can Save Vou Monev.
A. HOBSON,
MacKenzie Avenue
You Who Are Constantly Travelling
What Protection Have You in Case of ACCIDENT By Sea or Land ?
Drop In and we will explain our Improved Gold Bond
Accident Policy, double liability, only costing $30 a year,
Jo,000 ou liie ami $10,0C0 double liability, paying Sl.5.00
weeklj indemnity,
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The NeNon shield Ik retained by
Division One of Central school, with
a percentage of 97.92 in punctuality
nnd regularity. Division Two of Selkirk school wins the shield with u
percentage of !)ti.2t.
Hifjti School Attendance
Following is Uh* attendance at lhe
Revelstoke High School for the month
of May, as compiled liv the Principal of the school, Miss I. J. MacKen/ie:
High school, Div. I. .. 18 il 112 77
Div. II.. .   Ill     <l   97 00
TutalB —   —	
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liberals and Mr. Taft
The President of the United states
is called     upon  to   endure  reproach
trom     some ol    tin   Laurier organs,
Poi example in* Iittawa "Fr.e I resd
amid  that th.*     revelatiou    ol     »lr.
Tail's   ■Hue   attitude"   has   given       u
soete  bio»* to Canadian  respect  (">
1 :u!>  I      Stat,*      politicians,      It  is  a
show  to tiie ,,i,'i''   Pn m    mat
while  president   l'an   »as con.iuct
ing negotiations with (Janaua   *•*   ■
trade   reciprocity   tbat   >noul
mUtUall)    aiiv.u.l l|
m otest *ia-  tb     .' "*** i
a letter to Colonel  Roosevi
mg bis sui'i" rl   *m  tht
man ug I lanadu :.*mct ui
the United states.
' Mat this
conhrms  tbe  annot
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FALLING HAIR
Card ot Thanks
Mr.  .ii"i  Mi
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Han fulls out because the dandrufi
gi i ms get Into the hair roots ai i
sap thitn of then vitality. They np
I'l'ipriatM tin* natural nourishment
that supplies life and lustre to the
hair
To stop (ailing hair you must kill
the germs salvia la guaranteed
io kill  datidruR  gei ab    dau-
drufl,  -■ .  itching
scalp   or  money   back.   If  your  hair is
thinning out     s.w.\ I I uni t.
a  ne*,-,   growth,  Clever  women  use It
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Albert Canyon School Report
Monthly report ol Albert Canyon
public school, for the month ending
April   30th,  8912.
Prescribed  school   days        20
Days  school  was  in  session        20
Total   daily  attendance       237
Total actual attendance  235.5
Average daily  attendance   11.85
Average actual attendance   11.77
Pupils actually  attending        13
Boys attending          6
Girls attending       7
Greatest number  present       13
Least  number present  @     11
Highest   register   numlier        19
S'umber  ol  monthly   reports         13
BADIE  Mlld.s,  Teacher,
Field School Report
The (ollowing  is a  report  ol Field
ichool  for  the      month ending
April  301      191*2
lays      22
ichool   was  in    essioii        22
• •     814.6
.   attendance 14.29
luring   month.     20
presenl        19
-'lit          11
attended during   the
• Ing  al'«.'lH   any  ses-
eil Hamptoi iris  Hamp-
M'-Klhinny.
BALE   OP    MINERAL    CLAIMS.
In  the County Court  of West   Kootenay  Hobii'ii  at   Revelstoko.
Frnnk McAulay vs. Beatrice Mines,
Ltd.,   i Non-personal   Liability.!
A. A. Boman vs. Beatrice Mines,
Ltd.,  (Non-personal  Liability.)
Johu Qunderson nnd others vs. Beatrice Mines, Ltd., i Noli personal
Liability.)
Pursuant to the judgements in the
above actions hearing dnte the 30th
June lllll, the order for sale therein
contained and the Directions given
herein on the 2nd Mny, 11112, tenders
will lie received by the undersigned
for the purchase ol ihe following
mineral  claims:
"Beatrice" Mineral claim being Lot
No.   USO, (iroup  1.
"Edmond" Mineral cluim being Lot
No.  2t'r34,   (iroup   I.
"Folsom" .Mineral cluim being Lot
No. 4,"iS7. Group t.
All situate nenr Camborne in the
Lardeau Mining Division of West
Kootenuy District, I).  C.
Considerable development work hus
lieen  done on  the  Beatrice claim.
Tenders are to be made in writing
uud sealed and marked "Tender for
Beatrice Mines property" und addressed to the undersigned at Revelstoke. B. C, on or before the lsth
duy  of  June,  11112.
Thc highest or any tender not necessarily accepted, Further particulars of tbe property will be furnished
on application to W. I. Briggs,
Pliiintills  Solicitor,   Revelstoke,   B.C.
Dated this 8th day of May,  1912.
w. e. Mclaughlin.
Deputy  Registrar  County  Court,
Revelstoke, B. c.
First issue Muy  8,  4weeks.
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ajrtj.iet.ta.
Do not waste your energy und rack your nerves "shooing'' away
BUY   SCREENS
Tien yon will enjoy n quiet snooze, knowing you will nol liB
pesteil witli those horrid moBqultoes.
We can supply you with screens in any size from 21 incline to Illi,
and prices from 2llc   per yard up,
Extension Window  Screens from '2'ic. up,
Screen Doors, any size, from $1,7.") to $2.76,
Our Hammocks are lbe nealest and most coinfoi table anil will
wear llie longest.    I'l ices from $2 IKI up,
.lust iirriviil nshipment of "York" ami "Lawn Quoen" high wheel
bull bearing Lawn Mowers from $6.60 up.
New corrugated linseguaranteed not to kink and will stanil »l,eain
pressure, also plain rubber hose.
l)o not forget we carry a complete   line  of  (iardening Tools anil
Watering Onus,
MR t'AUl'KNTKH, when you wtnt Brat-class tools, remember,
" we are the people."
PAINTS OILS AND GLASS.
Revelstoke Hardware Co., Ltd.
Howson Block
|   EMPRESS THEATRE
MOST UP-TO-DATE THEATRE IN THE INTERIOR OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA
May 15 tii .1912
Kenny-Harvey
Entertainers
h   flew
flew Songs, J\{ew Duetts, New Sketches,
New Costumes, Nsw Everything
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25c. Each
Rexall Specials
ki-.VW.I. Straw IUI i leal • •
25C
KI N A I.l. BABY kl Ml,lill>
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25C. AND 35C    EACH
KI'.XAI.I, l.l\ l:l<  MUfl
lm Bheiiina    .
SOC AND $1 00
|;|  \ M.I,    No.- I      '.I.M CRIME
Bono   Lnrgi  hnll pound cake
3 FOR fiOC
bews THE REXALL STORE bews
Smart Clothing for Eastertide
NEW EASTER DERBV AND ^OTT HATS   *; lhe
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Bprlnx Hhlrl
.liMii.li*   Irijien   le
EASTER  NECKWEAR "-'       -1"
In Brown ur ( I    •■    I * * ■
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SPRING SUITS   AND  OVERCOATS    Dne bli tO MC th«
large range io have an Idea ol tha ihadai   md  iwiirrm they
l,a\e Iii i uooai llntll.
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Fil-Rrform Clothing Sfrt.iori  Had Fool-Ritr ShoM
GOOD BUYING IN REVELSTOKE PROPERTY
Real Estate is most reasonable just now in Revelstoke and for the shrewd
investor there is no time like the present to secure a home, a few residential
lots or a few acres for market gardening, as the railaoad development promised during the coming year will insure a very large increase in property
values.
A FEW SPECIALS
House on 25 Foot Lot, Third Street, West     $1200  TERMS
House on 50 Foot Lot, Third Street, East    $2650
House on 25 Foot Lot, Second Street, West   $1800
House on 50 Foot Corner lacing Rjecreation Park   $3000
Fifty Feet on McKenzie Avenue, close in    $1100
Fifty Feet Corner McKenzie c^ve   a Snap at  $1200
Small Market Gardening Plots or close in Fruit or Farm Lands at Special Prices
AN   EXTRA   GOOD  BUY
WE HAVE A FEW LOTS LEFT IN
MOOSE JAW, SASKATCHEWAN
Inside iln mile and n lull i m le, only four blocks from ivir line, which
are over $50 pei lot under market value as wc can .show you by corn*
parison ol prices in the Moose |aw papers, but as we have only a few
left, wc will close them oul at thc old price, which is a positive snap at
$175 EACH
One Quarter Down.   Balance Over 18 Months
J. B. WATSON REALTY COMPANY
Local Agency. Home Loan and Contract Co.
E. G FOLEY, Manager, MacKenzie Avenue
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