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the^Perfecto Diamond Point Fountain [Pen Company [to offer with
each pan sold|at $2.50, the above
policy with all premiums and registration fees prepaid.
This is an absolutely guaranteed Pen, has 14k. gold point and
if not satisfactory can be returned.
The Imperial Guarantee and
Accident Insurance Company, of
Toronto who issue this policy, have
a Government deposit of $100,000
Lawrence Hardware Co.
LIMITED.
Plumbing and Tinsmithing
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MAUNDRELL MEAT MARKET
Green Bones Chopped for Your Chickens Daily
Help the Good Work Along
A background of chickens
arid foreground of juicv
Roasts and Steaks, tender
Veal. Corn-fed Pork, Ham,
etc., in a setting of saniton
shitless surroundings.
HIGH fGRADE MBATS
> .it prices that w ill please
and show a saving at ever}
week's end. Facts that
should interest every limi*.-
keeper in the land. Give
Market a trial.
erald
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$2.50 Per Year
TICKLING THE RIBS
nl man; a Royal Rrute isn't
a  safe   process, but we're
fearlessly tickling the ribs
nf an army ol pleased cu
tomers  with  Juicy    Beel
Tenderloins,   Span.'   Ki>>-
,li llcious Sausages,  Pn-n;
inin and Premier MtiokiiiL;-
with a week-end saving in
all bills,    You'll Im tickh I
io draili alter giviiiu  u-  a
trial.
Maundrell   Meat   Market
Quick Delivery.        Phone 251
FATAL EXPLOSION
iiiittiBlE IrA&ALIiV
Italian Workman Blown lip By Charles Turnross
Powder
Sr.,
to Geath
Following olosoly on the terrible
tragedy al fireoly on Monday, wheti
Charles Turnross was burned to doath,
came another ghastly aooidonl yostor
day, an Italian, Ijboh Maroon, employed on tin- now river bank mut-
tinss beipg killed by a terrific ox-
plosion of powder, and his body
[rightfully mangled by tin' loreo ol the
concussion, rind by tho lianas lhat
wrecked il». building whon tho tragedy
ocourred. It Beams thai powder, which
\vnu being usail for breaking down the
river bank in preparation lor the mat-
trass betweon tho r.i'.II. bridge and
tho liig I'aldy Poinl, was stowed iti
Win^ Chung's Iiouko on Ilis ranch on
tin. river bank. There was also a tin
of gasoline in  the cornor ol tho room.
Deceased went into tho building to
eat his lunch and ii is supposed lit
his pipe afterwa'-ds Ihrowing the
match down by tho gasoline tin which
i^ though! to have exploded also sot-
ting oil the powder, ll is stated there
was no other BOurce of fire in the
building at the time.
The mishap occurred shortly after
noon yesterday.
The men had sin.l orders notto-go
into the house, but dooeascd entered
the house to eat his lunch. About fifteen minutes afterwards there came a
loud explosion and the house was see'
to burst into dames. The rosi of the
men who were nl lunch al a shall.
some distance away, did nol hear of
the accident till their attention was
oi Hod lo tho volumes of smoke ar
Hume that were pouring from lhe bui1
diuu. All baste was made when it was
realized thai a man was inside, and
after clearing awaj some of lhe debris,' the man.-led remain: of the Ua
linn w ire found lying on hie face, the
head, inns, and legs being frightfully
burned. Life was oxtincl when th.
doctoi arrived. The remains were n
moved to FTowsbn's undertakim:
rooir-. Two dogs ami two ci ts wcr
also in  the building  and burnt.
llu I lhe explosion occurred a few
minutes later, when lhe men were returning to work, many more lives
would probably have been lost. The
house burn; up very quickly, bein
and old. At firs! it was thought there
might have been more than one man
in lhe hou ■ al the time of the explosion,  but   a  search   ri veali d    h -
ing in  the shape of human remains,
Two such terrible tragedies of a
similar n iture in tho Bpaco ol two
■days, both victims bein employed in
the matdass work, has caused a
great shock  lo tho community.
The Provincial Government whose
staff were using the building, will probably compensate Wing Chung for his
loss.
OTTAWAS    DEFEATED   FOI: STANLEY CUP.
Montreal,  Feb.    I!)—Before probably
the largest ero„d that ever attended a
hockey match  in Canada, tho Wanderers defeated the Ottawus at the Anna
l.'n.   tonight,   Tho bllild'ng was  pack-
id and    thousands    woro turned . ■  ly
unahlc   lo   ,:ain   :; i'.ii.    .....   The   gamo
was scheduled lo havo taken place at
the Jubilee Kink but by mutual consent .wi; transferred to tho Anna, aa
the .1- liilec hns only about hall tho
capacity ol tho forr.nr, and even the
larger rink oi ly !.. Id uboul h ill of
those ,i i ,i.iii to .c i hi '0111.. The
score al half lime '.-, a ' llnee to llni'i.
and ihe lim.I score was 7-5 in lavorol
the Wail.Icier The Mine WUS cloOH
and  fast.
Hunt real Feb. ID Vi i, rio . Cliff.
■id ul ii.'• wa; final .... Victorias,
s   Cliffsidas II.
BASKET UAI I .
The  r.,is'ii<MS  Men  and  rntormi din tos
play   tbo     opening game  tonight      in
tho new   cries for medals.  An  udmia-
sion of ten cents will bn charged.
ROWLING.
The   Col'loVS  and   lho   ll'llls  inc. ll    to-
nigh! I.n Lho final splurge, This game
decide Lhe championship, and a lad
and li'.cM   lime '•: expected.
Read li iw -en's ad ro prices and bo
convinced that you can get ns good
value al home as by paying open
freight   rales on  furniture.
Moving Pictures at tho New Edison
Thoatro tonight.
(me of the iiuisi tragic events end
ing with fatal consequences, thut has
happened in llovol I —. ocuurrod on
Monday morning nt tlrooly, about 7
miles oast ol Uovoisloke, whon Clms.
Turnross, sr., was burned to death iu
. luring shack.
It appi ars thai Mr. Turnross and
his male, an old man namcil Kruger,
well known iu tho city, wen- logol lior
..n the ranch owned by tho lormor at
tlrooly. and on Monday morning about
\i o'clock, wero prepuring to go into
'.own and had hit.lied lhe horses lo
the sleigh, 'lhe men, however, unungcu
Ihoir minds, and unhitching the Ilor-
bob let them loose, with tho reins
trailing on the ground, and wenl
into the house whicli was a good Blued frame building, standing in the
clearing some little way back from
th.. C.lMl. tracks, in order to gel a
drink, as they had a quantity ol
whiskey they took with them Irom
town on Saturday. It is surmised the
two men had been drinking heavily
previously  to  Ihis.
Krugor went over to tho barn to
get hay for the horses, and shortly
afterwards saw (lames bursting from
tho roof of the house. Kruger, in his
statement, says he saw Turnro
out of the house with an armful ol
clothes, etc., and go in again, but
didn't see him come out again. Kruger, in hurrying down tho bam lad-
dor, tripped and fell, hurting his
ankle, and il was with some difficulty
that he reached lie louse which was
now a mass of (lames, Hn opening
the door, a fierce blast ol Maine met
hint, and he was forced b ick. lie then
inane ;ed lo :.•■•■ to the telephone al
.i-i', v ;. ll, all t ..li hour or two's
travelling, although tho distance was
very short, and Bent  a message in  to
ll... city. On i :;.t  of  Ihis Dr.  Etumil-
lon, Provincial Constable Kington, G.
Knapp, and I''. Turnross boarded an
east  I o .. d     In a o it  :'. p.m..
and reached ti1'' scene ni lim tragedy
io Iii.l only a inas.s of blackened ruins
marking lie .■',; ■ of the house. On en-
aide room or' kitchen a
gruesome sight  mot  them,  for     lying
: il ba k, on a charred bed, was
whal was leit ol the remains of a
man chined and mutilated. All that
was left if him was the lower jaw
lion., the thigh bones and portions ol
the.back Is n, and inteBtinoH. Tho melted semblance of ,. pint boltlo lav
underneath the remains, showing how
fierce waa tho heat, 'lhe cause of the
tire .on!.I not be ascertained, but it is
supposed lhat a faulty stove set. lire
to the dry wool ol Ihe building, 'lhc
.haired remains of the body were
wrapped in a bl.iul.et, and taken to
town.
Ii was some tone before Kruger was
locati ,1. nnd wl II Coll table King-
ton found him ai the Greely switch
he was almost powerless to say any-
thin .-.
There is no doubl ihe remains un-
;h        ■     i Tumrosa  who     was
evidently overcome by the heat and
Buffoeated befon h ■ could cscupo from
the burning house.
Coroner Dr. II milton states that an
in i s ' «;!! ho nn i. :ei »ary unless the
ttoeoased's relatives require it. Krugor
was the only witness of the tragody,
and hi- vision of lhe affair is born.,
out by Facts. There wri-,' two stove-
iu th'* bouso, and the burnt romaiti
wero I   ind near one of ihem,     in     a
,.m, || 10 m tt1 i h had been U 'ed' a . a
led    a       and   kitchen.   The   de.-ca-cd
wns one ..." tho pioneers of the district
haiii mo horo '■'.". years ago, Fora
li.i:,' ho h i I lived al Troul lake, owning lhe property thoro afterwards
le-    hi  h    I'. Burns k l'o.
iho   '    beli      ' is    ngo hail
coma   through, a freiglll   wc I      bound
came   into   lie   city   and   reported   hav-
'        111.11   . ■   Ida   ill",   lint did
nol    top to investigate.
II.,. i cd I - a wid .w :iml family
of live, of u ; om Mr l, 1 Ippor Is 'he el
.lest daughtor.
Low Prices  on Canned  fruits
and Vegetables This Monfn
1
Foi' Sale
I
All varieties of Sn okei Dried Lent.
Paneal e Fli nr. Bi at Flour, Pure !
California and (inti i i i Honey.
A full si. i-i: id' Hardv are including Md
Ranges, Furnaces, Enamel anl Tii wan
Sherwin-Williams' Paints am   Vai
and Muresco Wall Tints.1
BOURNE  BROS.
. Ccneral Mttrchsris
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THE CANADIAN  BANK
OF COMMERCE
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000      Reserve, $6,000,000
DRAFTS ON   FOREIGN   COUNTRIES
Arrangements have recently been completed und) . h  th-?   branches
of tlUs Bank die c_L-.»- uj issue Drafts on lhe principal polnia
In tho following countries:
Austria-Hungary    Finland
IVl^ium Kormo>a
Brazil France
Bul^wi* FrVh Cochin-Chin.i
Ceyloo Germany
China Great Britain
Crete Greoce
Denmark Holland
K^'P* Iceland
Faroe Islands Inaia
NO   DELAY   IN   ISSUING. FULL   PARTICULARS   ON   APPLICATION
#fcV__l-i>70*fc    3RAt\l-H--A     H.     fiLLLN.    MG&.
>c!*nd
Russia
Italy
Sea via
■ a pan
Siam
,1V.1
S. uth \rrira
Manch iria
Strait. bttt»em«»u
Ntcxi.-o
Sweden
Noi way
Switl < ''.and
Persia
Ttirkt'V
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sland^
West !*i lies        m
i\0-;:;a;iui
and l,-.l'where
IrnperiaB Bank of Cs na
Head Office -Toronto, Onta-io.
.
Capital Authorized
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
- $10,000
5,Cu0
5,000
BraocbM or Agents m all princ!
Ak^xIc i» Qreal Bi i1 iln  and I
Lloyds Bank, Limited,    i hii igo   1        > •
chnngp National Bank.   Seattl     -      •    , i
cisco — \V.-11 tj Pargo Nevada National Bank,    bp
National Bank.
Savings Bank Departn
Deposits ol JI and upward, rec Ived, and ini
current rate from date of deposit.   ' ce solioi
000.00
.000.00
,000.00
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Revelstoke Branch—A. B. Vc":» | Igr.
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Gnsolino  Naiinnh,   I ho Tonka, SI  It,
Ion I   nml     <ny    hoi   ■     power onglno,
ii 1 ns ii "v. Dntroil hullt. Por terms
mnl particular* write In Ron 12, Rov-
clstoko. 3.
Moving Pictures tonight.
ii. ... ,,:■ twii,   'im ing  the  neason  lhr
Ski   .' .1 Sn.iv  hoc (lull in.il.i- :i i
lo v i-u  the -'.'. mile    imp ol the Uow -
iii-iii  Lumber Uompunj. neai   ii..1 south
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THE MAlL-llEKAl.D, TREV1-LRT(^KE. J'. O
FEBRUARY '-Mnl..  mio.
Look!  Look and
Actual Comparison of Eastern Catalogue
Prices, Freight Added, with
Howson's Prices
Winnipeg price
Weight
Freight
To'al
Howson's
Price delivered
Kitchen Chairs
50c.
101b.
23c.
73c.
"
70c.
Kitchen Cabinet
$6.75
1501b.
$3.53
$10.72
a
"   $9.60
Dining Table
10.55
1651b.
387
14.42
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Dining Chairs
88c.
121b.
28c.
1 16
..
1.20
Dresser and Stand
8.95
1501b.
3.52
12.47
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11.25
1601b.
3.76
15.01
i.
"     14.00
Bed
3.55
601b.
1.41
4.98
.1
"     5.20
Bed
5.35
681b.
1.59
6.94
i.
"     7.20
Dominion Spring
2.40
601b.
1.41
3 81
a
"    4.00
Child's Cot
5.10
751b.
1.76
6.86
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Ostermcre Mattress
15.00
ti
"    16.50
We make our profit by shipping in c ir load lots, thereby
ing freight'rates. "Bring cataloju3 jivin i description of other
goods not specified^in this list to our store^and we will prove our
statements.   Remember we deliver gooJsjand set up frea from
breakage.
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til 1      ' ■ .i was lhoro\ij;lil)  esl tvb -
■   :  nliUdn n  I ad grown into
■   nlu tod      'I Inmi, when  the mother
v       justified in asking     the
ittl in  protecting Iut own
and  hor daughter's home,  she   should
littl   i :;•■ i^ales in her mother's face.  1
ask you,  Mr.  Speaker, whal   would be
■ I    .1 ii  -i daughter?  Yet,  Mr
.-, ■ .'■.■-,  the right  hon.  l?irst   Minister
■; ,•! he ■ ould •■•m<cive of bu (j
I  loufesH  I cannot. !!•■ said,   page
3 144,   'Ha    -ini":
I    i •.:    . . [ i    r we art
1  li ible  to  nttnrlt       I  do not    say
■ ed, net-
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»if     the    argument    presented Ity  the
Prime Minister,  If Britain entered into
;i  war which Canada did not  consider
just, or if forsooth with a navy   constructed as it  is proposed to be   constructed by tlif government,     Canada
iiould undertake n war, and  that the
British empire     woidd  nol   be  affected
in the one case, or Canada in tho other. Let a- assume for the sak>- of nr-
... nt   that  Britain did enter     on   a
i  v. hich in the opinion of tl e Prim
Minister was nol  n just war, which in
tho  opinion    of  tlii.-  government   was
nol    ■  just  war, and let us say further
that  Britain \\a- finding difficulty     in
Mi.it    war.  I     ask  you,   Mr.  Speaker,
what would  be  the position of Canada?
: i :        until
■   pi   di   troyed,   or
I s he ii    dm iri se a nd gi >
1 .ir tl    I'.i hail,'.' Of
if she
om   a bat   1   ii ood   to bi
e  leader  <
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iow it
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nnd  further
to benefit the empire. Why, when the
first, minister was asked by a gentle -
man on this side of lhe House for
some iletuil, he said: "I do not know
anything about it. I am only speaking in a general way. And, when a
moment later he was asked to give
one or two farts in regard to very
pertinent matters, tho answer of the
right hon. gentleman was: Oh, let tno
■i uiu', I want to finish my speech- I
was almost  going to say 'wdrk,1
Sow, just a word as to the Bpooch
of our good friend the Postmaster
General. /\s I listened to his oloqu-
cut description of NYeuoh Canadian
history I wan .reminded of my early
school days, but it was evident to
mo that i tbo Postmaster Gonoral had
not profited bj tho admonition of his
leader whon ho said: 1 think we are
getting pretty far away from Cheques
tion wo have on hand just now. J
agree with tho lirst, minister that the
arguments advanced by I fie Postmaster I amoral wort protty far from (he
question that we have in hand just
now. Why, Sir, he undertook to place
on 'Mansard' a lisl <>t wnat he called
colonies, but all of which turned out
to In independent countries and if lie
were advancing nny urgument be
cause lie used it in that direction as
to t!i.' advantage of an independent
navy, and we find thai the result of
thoir independent navies was, that
thej became individual petty slates in
all these countries, and to-day, I
would ask the Postmaster Conqral to
look over the linan "ml record and son
the large <<<-i to every one of these
states ior tho maintenance of these
navii . And lot mo ask: Is there a
single state named in tho list brougnt
down by the Postmaster Getioral that
would for a moment stand today bo-
lovo any of the first rate powers of
Lhe world? I say nn, I say such
navies would be of litllo assistance in
such a conflict. Further, I find we
have the opinion of Professor •'. S.
Nicholson, who has written recently
in his new book, the Project of the
Empire:
"Tiii need For effective colonial aid
for iln- maintenance of naval power is
urgent and pressing; it cannot bo met
by promises which will require a long
period for their fulfilment; nor merely
by the adoption of means designed to
advance the general prosperity of lhe
constituent parts of the empire.' What
over is io be the future Btatus of the
colonies, tho cost <>f naval defence
must be borne, 'If says Prof, Niehol
son, 'each colony aims iu the first
plaCfc al securing only its own local
defence, or ihf trade routes in which
ii i< most eoncurned, if it insists that
in own contributions shall be spent
entirely under its own control, there
will bo a l<--- <>f economy and a loss
of efficiency.'
To be continued.
The mill here \< now under the man*
agemenl of Mr. Kendall, and will
in! ii11 an soon as the lake is open.
i i been improved to such an extern thai ii can now turn out 75,000,-
feei  of lumber per day.
iiii- Lnrdeau branch of the C.  P.  It
bel ler  business   this      winter
befi ire owing ttt the activity
ii   the  marble  and  granite quarry  be*
ii i ■    md   Lardo.  Eighty  thous-
•    tons    has    been     quarried, and
upply of \\ innipeg buil-
aii i
i ri ui]    l h  syndicate has     Re-
I  the Swedi   ■. roup al   Poplar, and
■ development work.
Card of Thanks
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'■' SALADA" is hill-grown tea—grown on plantations high up on the hills in the Island of Ceylon.
The leaf is small and tender with a rich, full flavour.
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propound  lo     rrj    ml   I In- i»rn\, ioni
ol tho BUI, oi   how  Iho  Bill  i
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liquor lii on o il tho Beaton
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— is always  ot  unvarying good quality.    Will you be content  with   common   tea   when   you   can  get "SALADA"?
—— Black, Mixed and Natural Green, 40c, 50c, 80c and 70o per lb. ——
Scotch   Whisky
Protecting the Consumer.
When you luiy Watson s Scotch by the
buttle y"ii can nr-' sure of getting the genuine
article, becau e we brand our corks rind use an
adhesive capsule bearing our nanu-, tli.it cannot
be removed without tearing.
Unfortunately we are not so well able to
protect the mm who buys Watson s hy the
glass    some dealers wilt refill bottles.
But, once you become accustomed to ihe
use of Watson's, any* attempt on the part of a
dealer .to substitute an intern r nri .' is almost
Hi'e to uttroct your attention for Watson s is
a Whisky so distinctive in flavor and so f.ir
beyond imitation, thai those who orcc use it,
can usually delect the difference between it and
other brands.
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Insist
Watson's
"THRE ■' STAR" -A milJ. tharanfUy mtanJ Scotch.
"NO. 10"-   A iulUoJid. richly ILvuieJ Scotch.
JAMES WATSON & CO., Limited  -  Dundee.
Don't Be Caught
Another cold   snap coming.
Car of Good Lump Coal from Leth-
bridge just in.   Order now.
S. G. ROBBINS
P.    O.    BOX    32
PHONE    248
SKINS
I ki rli R. asonahlc Prices
Painting and
Paper Hanging
ti i. .   11.ii..i.i iiii.i
R. /.. CRAWFORD
NOTICE.
'\.,trr<. || hereby c;iven tlmt 00 daya
Irom dale I, W. Andrews, otriiprilion,
miner, intonil to upply to tho Cliiol
Commissioner    of    Lends, to  purchase
tho following described land, situated
aliout. 2011 chains from mouth ol Wood
Uiver nnd n post planted on south
■ide ol river antl marked \V. Andrews
N. Ft, corner post, tlience south 41)
chain). west, 4(1 chains, north 40
chains to poinl ol Wood river, thence
following bank ol Wood river to point
nf commencement, containing Hi'1 ac-
res more <>i I»mh.
Hated tbil lUtli day of Deo., 1000
Vi. ANDREWS.
NOTICE.
i m.i '.ni ICE ilml I Intend to
n ■■ ipplir iin,n in the Superintend-
on! i Provincial Police for a transfer
ol retail  liquor license '.f ihe      I-',
■.vi
Hotel, Camborne, it   '', now held by
mi. ni ll. ';   Wart
Dated lit!   IBth  I iy ol Feb, 1010.
Into .1. A. THEW,
NOTICE
Water, light and Power Department
By resolution of City
Council:—
Water   and   Ught    Accounts
iirnsi bepald on or before the -(Hh to get
the20 pel cent discount which is allowed.
No   aocouiil   will   be  allowed   to  run
over the month following that iu wlii<h
ri i'. charged.
"Power Charges must tic paid in
(all on or before the end of the month
following that In which ii is charged.
Installation   Charges   will   le
.VI <l;ivs cash, and must then  he  paid in
lull before any discounts will be allowed
on water ami li^ht*
PLEASE    NOTE:     This  resolution
will Ire strictly enforced, and  if the  in
conn) is not paid on time, ihe  water,
lighl and irower will be cut oil without:
further notice. '.'V.., .-tt.;'JV«.
FEBRUARY 23rd.,  1010.
rn r   ail-Herai i. i:i;v I, tokk b. c
Pago ■2
Closing Out Fiices
Fruit and Crmiii.il litis
!"' Having disposed of our m'inn in in dp t h* c'nn, up
by May, I uni prepund tu offer n t< ii<l 11 (ti ( u s I cat-1  laissirp
Splendid itfM'rin ert of on rn 11 tn' tretn, c < lin j<'• «l Mi < k,
liuving I'teii growing on our groui ri li i Jters, f ■> i> U<   fl|
One of tin' best selectum t.i pm ii I < ii > huiiip
varieliee, suitable lor tbif senloi, ii t"i< 2-jist I lun ii t bI**s,
26c. earn, if'20 pot 100,1160pei llll. in 11 ■•' lib i >'•.
60,C00 fruit trees in leadirp >rnitm. le'nt p<' jttirlln
10,0(10 shade trecH, in nil uizer- ai il ] run-.
Greenhouses lull of plants in all eiz*s and |ii<e>. fn n f.'t
per 100 pots up.   ,
M. J. HENRY
Ki:
OFFICE ANI);PAIK1N(; (.ROUNDS
3010 Westminster Fad, Vmcncr
1     W   \ \ TED
FOUNT),- In tho lobby of tho pout
oflii'o a ImlicH golil binge hracolet .
atone netting on tho top. Owner onu
iwover sumo by Identifying property ,
: nnd paying for this ad.   Apply ut the
post oftioo.
It. M. R. Notes
Sale.—Two  first class cows  on
of calving.—Apply     at     thin
13.
For
point
office.
I
FOR RENT:—Furnished house,
ply at this office.
Thoro was a very good turn out on
Thursday ovoning at tho weekly drill,
Lieut, V,. A. Ilarte .lieine; in command;
l.iuiiln. Sawyer and Grunt also boing
present.
Col. Sorgt, Donald recoivod iln
news of  the  sudden rlcnlh of an
comrade and late Non, Com, of
Company, Corp. .1. S'icoll, who
death by asphyxiation    whil
in Vancouver.
sail
old
I lie
met
api
working
Smith   I'ottn nod from    East
Two partly furnished     rooms,
able for lighl    house keeping.	
Mail-Herald Ollice.
suit
Apply
alls of
t'ango:
lhe I ilir
T.iOlt PALE—Team nf Heavy Work
lli'iM'.. jilsoa Iti,lir>y nod llriviriL,'
Man. ('an he r-eei, ,,t. mill. Revel*
Bloki  l*a« mill Co., Ltd.
WANTED.- John  Alex  Elliott-Your
mother wishes to hear from you. Mrs.
Klliott, _!Kt Niirca street, Winnipeg.
WANTED.—Representative to handle '
Okanat?an Valley Creamery lco Cream
in Revelstoke, Devonshire cream, etc.,
Liberal terms to ri^ht party. None
but reliable person* need apply. —Ok-
anagan Valley Creamery, Armstrong.
NOTICE
NOTICE OF ASMIiNMENT
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that NOTICE ia hereby given that pur
•.ily days Irom date 1 intend to ap- uant to the "Creditors' Trust Deeds
ply to the Chief Commissioner of Act, l'JIII" and amending acts, .lames
Lands for purchase of land situated C. Hutchison, of the city of Revel -
about 160 chains up from mouth of stoke, in the province of British Col-
Wood River, post planted about 160 umbia, Luuialrymun, did on the 21st
chains above mouth of Wood river und duy of January, A. D., I'J 10, assign
marked E. A. Andrews, S. W. corner all his personal estate, credits and
post, thenoe north 40 chains, east 40 effects which may be seized and sold
chains, south 10 chains, thence west under execution to Frank Mullen, ol
following Wood river to point of com- the said City of Revelstoke, book
cnencement,
Dated  this
I WANTED.—Capable parties to take
[contract Bawing lath by thousand.-
Apply Thu Sovereign Lumber Co., Ltd
'Anuis, B. C.
I WANTED.—A second hand 6,hole
coal skive, in first class order. Ad •
dress, stating lowest price and where
to be seen.—W. S. A. P. 0. Box 35.
TO RENT—Room with board, suitable tor two young men. Bath, etc
Terms moderate.   Apply  Box  IKHi.
Koolonny   and   Idaho,
Following arc tho I,
hool   ut   the iniirialin
Sorgt.   Xlnylhe   28
Lieut.   Unite   'Jli.
l'te.  Uobbins -20
l'te.  Bciiiiisoii   -JI
l'te.  Allan   24
Pte. Ponton   28
Corp,  McDonald  20
Lieut. (Irani    'Jn
Corp.   Sorgt.   Donald
I'tc. W,  Watson   19
Mook—17
* larner—15.
has boon smile talk among tho
..Ilicers of pul line; lip a pi'i/c (,, lie
competed for weekly in the form of it
gold lapel billion, to be worn by ihe
highest score for one week from the
date of winning, This should prove a
ureal inducement to tho boys to al -
tend and ilo their besl on ih,. range.
-Ill
Corp.
Sergt,
There
THE POWER DAM
One ol the biggest pieces oi work
alone; Ihe lines of civic improvement
thut Revelstoke has entered upon for
many years is tbe construction of tbo
new power dam and gato house foundation on the lllecillcwact.
The continual increase of lights in
lhe cily and the demands on the Iiulit
and power plain being ho heavy lhe
Inst city council decided that the time
liad eiinie when the old inner things
niusi be chain;...I. and a new dam and
power plain installed. The contract
for the darn was let t
di., of Winnipeg,
There is now a groat deal ol plain
mi the ground while comfortable aud
roomy bunk     housos, kitchen, offices,
mess-room  arid  other buildings   .,!.■ erected and in use.
t..   New lean    and i
A. I'. I'hii nf Calcary, inspe lor
for the Ini Hunk   if Canada, «aa
here, say- the Sentinel, in conference
with Architect Dalton, ol Vancouver.,
arri\ ine lor     thi
preparation of plan- for a building
whir h tho ompnny ntend ere ting
hero, Mr. Dalton will at on ■•■ set
iboul drawing the plans which will
I... submitted t.i the head office, and
u hen approved, eoi structj »n will be
■.milieu, e.i an I , . ied forward a* ra-
pidly a- pos
I'he  Imperial  Hank  ret ently acquired
: lie pi. ipoi tj     • rtmonlj   known art the
II..i nl..   conn ■.  ..     Victoria i Ireel nnd
Mr,   Oaii,ni has di twu
■.       ..  igns foi   ihe i impai
ctton
that
I"
,>k  is
UANK
Thr
The regular meeting of St- Peters
church committee will be held ihis evening ai the residence of A, It. Mp-
Cleneghan, imperial Bunk, at eight
o'clock.
For Sale or To Rent
1909.
10th  day  ol  December,
E. A. ANDREWS.
W. ANDRFWS.
Agent.
3STOTIC1L!
keeper, for the benefit oi his creditors.
AND NOTICE is hereby .given that
a meeting of tho creditors of the said
James C. Hutchison will be held in
tho oliico of Gillan & Elliott, First
St., Revelstoke, B. C, ou Saturday ,
tho 5lh day of Eubruary, A. D., 1910,
at the hour of 2 o'clock in the after -
 .— I noon,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ALL PERSONS having any claims
•ixty days Irom date I intend to ap- against tho said James C. Hutchison
ply to tho Chief Commissioner of are required to forward particulars of
Lands for purchuso of land situated the sarao duly verified, to tho assig -
about 110 chains up from mouth of nee at Revelstoke, B. C, on or before
Wood river, post planted on north . tie 25th day of February, 1UIU.
side of river and marked P. A. lied- AND NOTICE is hereby given thut
strom, S, E. corner posl, thence north after that date the assignee will pro
40 chains, west 40 chains, south 40 coed to distribute the proceeds of the
chains, cast 40 chains,  containing  160  estate      having     regard    only   to  the
claims of which he shall  have received
Two 6-roomed houses and   I  acres of
land.   Been   cultivated  for years.      All
kinds of small fruit.  A good  location
Wanted.—Four young men to board J"st outside of city limit..—84,000.00.
and   room.   Terms   reasonable.—Apply   ""''" 'ash.  Will  Bell  or rent   any
P. 0. Box 772, Revelstoke. f 19-3  tion of this property.
A good     investment,
por
FOR SALE,
Household Furniture,—Apply to Mrs.
C. W. Boden, Third St., East. tc.
Some     gootl    bargains in  dwellings
conveniently located,—II.  N. Coursier,
time.
acres more or less.
Duted this     10th   day of December
1909.
P. A. HEDSTROM.
G. E. HEDSTROM,
Agent.
ZN-OTIOIE
notice aud he will not be responsible
for the assets or uny part thereof so
distributed to any person or persons,
of whose debt he shall not then have
received notice.
Dated at Revelstoke, B. C, this 28th
January, 1910.
GILLAN & ELLIOTT,
Solicitors for Assignee.
NOTICE IS  HEREBY GIVEN   that
•ixty days from date I intend to   apply to     the     Chiel Commissioner     ol
Lands for     purchase of hind situated
about 140 chains up from     mouth
Wood     river-,     post planted on north
side ol Wood river and marked G.  E.
Hedstrom, S.     W. corner post, thence  * of  acution *S.  Township 23,   Range
north 40 chains, cast 40 chains, south  -' WeHt °' tho siul1 meridian.
40 chains to Wood river, west follow-i   NOTICE IS  HEREBY GIVEN   that
ing river  to point of commencement,  U is m.v intention Vo issue at the ex
NOTICE.
IN THE MATTER OF AN AITLI-
0f  cation     tor  the     issue ol a duplicate
Certificate of     Title to Part  (0 acres)
of South   l'ast |  oi the North     West
containing 160 acres more or less.
Dated this     10th   day of December
1909.
G. E. HEDSTROM.
LAND NOTICE
TAKE NOTICE that I Percy Harold
Pearse, of Trout Lake, ll. C, occupation engineer, intend lo apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:—
Commencing al a post planted al
the N. Vi. currier of lot IT-'s thence
east 21) chains, theme north 20 chains,
theuce west 20 chains more or less to
lake shore, thence south easterly a -
long lake shorn nbout '2(1 ehuins lo the
S. W. corner of lot 472S, thence north
along western boundary of lot 472s
about 10 chains to point of commencement antl containing 40 acres more or
lees.
PERCY HAROLD l'EARSE.
December 18th, 1909.
piration of one month after tlie first
publication hereof a duplicate of the
.Certificate of Title to the above mentioned laud in tho iiumu of William
Edgar Smith, which Certificate is dated the Lath Nov. ruber 1909 and num.-
bered U579A.
"T. M. BOWMAN''
Deputj   District  Registrar.
Land Registry Office, j. 26.1m,
Nelson, I',. C . Jan. '22, l'.HO.
nsroTicE
Revelstoke La ml District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take Notice that I. M. Iv. Lawsoo,
of Revelstoke, housekeeper. Intend to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:
Ooinini'Uciiigat a posl planted al tin
south-east corner of Lot 8,608, and
mat kid "M. K. Lawson's North-west
Corner Post"! theme Hi chains south;
(.hence lu chains wesl; i hence 2ii chains
north) thence 2i> chains east: thence]
BOobalns north to line of Lol k.imih. '
thenoe along said line in place of com
•aenoement.
Dated October' [8th, 1800.
."Nov. 17-tf.   MINNIE K. LAWSON.
NOTICE
'. itio hereby given       that
sixty dayi iftei date I, .1.
Brill, oocup il "" . ., - "i. intend lo
apply in tho Chiel Ci nmii inner ol
Lands for thi pul mi ■ if the follow ■
i m .ii meneing al   a
post planti I hains south ol
Wood Bivoi :■ im ul 160 chains from
the mouth and marked J. Brill S. W.
comer post, theuce ire I BO chains,
north 20 chains to bank of Wood river, thence following south bunk of
Wood River easterly about 80 chains,
then.e '..'ii i bain south '< point of
commencement, ontaining 160 acres,
more oi   less
Dated thi    101 I Dei        1809
J, BRILL
l.     I      i;. ::   '.    :--.    igeni
UNION HOTEL
ARROWHEAD   B.
now is your i
E. PICARD,
Revelstoke.
Eggs for Hatching
Eggs for hatching from  tho  follow
ing imported pure bred stocu:
S. C. Rhode Island Reds.—82.00,
Silver Laced Wyandottes,—J2.00
Barred  Plymouth Rocks,—82.00
S. C. Bull Leghorns,—§2.00
Cornish Indian Game,—82.011
White  Crested  Black  Polish,—82.00
Kiuilen Geese.—8.1.nn.
Imperial   l'ekin  Duoks.—$1,715.
Also stock from  the above for sale
MBS. It. A.    UPPER.
<__W"
Synopsis of Canadian Homestead Depletions
\NY : v>.iliilii bomtntnn Lund* wiihin tha
RhMwhj- Noli ib British 1'oluntbJH, mny
i»f h' iim sitt'uiitt hy tuiy i»«r on wlm is iho sole
bend of a fmtiily.iir nuy n>ali* nvar 8 years of
nee,t ih*ex<*-niofniie-quartersection nf u«o
arreti more or ies-.
Vntr\ rrnBtbem_.de per^oualiy ft the locui
Ian* office for the di-tri- I in whn'h thn Innd i-
-itnut'*: Ktitrj by proxy mny. how*»v»»r, be
nulls on certain rniidlUniu by the father.
Bother, <on ttmwMer, brother or si-terofitu
u'i rniihr homesteader
The homes'ender is required to i<erf'>i_n the
conditions romjected ihe-fwitb under oiiu of
i he folio* intr plans :
(1) At leest six months' rosidcre »[>on nnd
rullivatioin f the land in o*ch yeur for thr-e
yen re
(2) If the fa'her {or mother, if tho father la
deceased) of th« hi'tnestender resides up n n
f-.Tnio tho vicinity of the land entered f  r. tho
reqalraueDte as tn residence maybe witKfled
b| such pe*B u resldfag with the fnthnr or
mother.
(;b    Tf the-ettler hashis pnrmniiPnt residence   Associate   E-XtWUnet
upon farminif Ifiid owned by him   in 'he vinn-
itj of i i- homestead, ihe requirement* m tn
ri-sideii'e may bo _att>fled by re-idenco upon
the suid I "nd.
Six mt-nthn' notice in writing -hould he orlTeo   UQg   at  \ OI1COUV6T.
to   the   Comml^loner of   I omit nn  Lund-   Hi )      .      h     •• i-. rn    i   • i
Ottawa of tntentio. t<» epply for patent '   Application forms, fillcil in and qc-
iOAL^f«lnilninRriRhis maybe leased fnr companied by fees,     must reach     tho
yours   m
McfUI.L UNIVERSITY.
EXAMINATIONS  IX  MUSIC.
Local examinations    in   Theoretical
Mukic for all grades    will be  held on
APRIL 13th 1910.
Local  practical examinations      conducted by Dr. M.     V. L'errin and     an
for     all centres
from   Vancouver to     Winnipeg)      held
from May 2nd, to May 21st, 1910star-
ll   imisl   hi' saiil      here iii foi
with  the entering for  tin- men
everything nf tho beat  lias hn
s'Uled,  Mr.   Newman being n  firm
tiever in     the poliej   of feeding
men well and liberally.     The
always  willing  to   _:i\'*  visitors   sam*
pins of his skill,  and the Mail-Herald
representative)  who  visited  the    works
nn Friday last, can vouch for the excellence of  the fare provided,
As regurds the \\oy\< itself, the excavation below the triple sel of coffer
dams hus been more difficult than anticipated, owing to thf large quantity
nf louse rock and gruvel in the bottom, the brittle nature of il-' rock itself, am! the continuous percolation of
ihe water through tho gravel hanks.
About twenty five men aro employed
in the pool, and ii was only op Satur
day the How of water was stopped,
ami the bottom pronounced clear and
ready to commence tho concrete.
Situated immediately over the line
of the dam. is a heavy 2-inch wire
lable and travelling crane to bo used
for carrying rocks for Lhe construction
ot the dam. Nearby on tin' edge nf
the bunk is a hopper to receive the
gravel for the concrete Tho gravel is
being taken from two ]>ii- ou the
bench above the ('. P. U. track, and
is conveyed in dump trucks along a
short line to the head of a chute
when it is discharged into the hopper
below. The hopper is placed close
to tho concrete mixed, uud tin- concrete is poured down a long chute to  ollice. The mar
period   of   iwriuy-oho  yonrs   bi   an annual
rental   of  $1  per  acre.   Not   more thHn ".rxKi
Hores   shall  tm  leased  to lino  Individual
company    A royally at the rate nf five mm
per ton shall i-a collected on thr   merehantablc
-•oul mined,
W. tt, roi?Y,
Deputy of tlm Mlaltner of the Interior,
N B,   unauthorised |inbHeatl"u «>f thin *d
▼ertisemoui will not lie _..■  i for.
Wood For
Orders Taken for
Early Delivery
Cut in 12, IB, 15 nr 24
inch Lengths
MARKET   PRICES
W. B. RCBEfTTSON
First Street     Tel    B.
must reac
Central Ollice in Montreal on or be *
,t, lore April 1st HUH. Forma nre ob-
talnable from 0, M. McFarlane, General Secretary, 323 Shorbrooko St., Vi.
Montreal.
Information about the yearly examinations     for    dipl a ol Licentiate
and degroe of    .\!n-. Bac. can be ob -
lalnod from  the General Secretary.
Palace Restaurant
McKcozio- Avenue
Fruit, I Bndii b, Cigart ,Tobai co.
Mo;ii-;:.", cents.
A. H. Sing, PropHotor
H. B. STONEX
S|., lal  A',  r.tioi  .
ci minerolal
men an.l low .■ Kirst-clati smiiple
rooms, Kir.. •■ Bceneri in Briliih Colombia, overlooking Uppei   Arrow Lake.
W. J. Lightburne, Prop.
Union Hotel
RESTAURAHT
■Under Now Management
WHITE HELP ONLY
Stewart Macdonald
Proprietor
Practical..
Machinist
Ropnlr* ol all klndi neatly carried on
Bicycle and Gun »rrk a ipeclalty
KftiiiiiiiiH itfven on nny ctaaa
of work.
Front    Street.
CEMENT BLOCKS
Mni.iiri. Huul for rui oia >m "f boitdlnti
CEMENT AUD LIME FOR SALE
i lie line of the dam, thereby saving
nil unnecessary handling and labor.
Tin' mixer has a capacity >i t\w»-
third yards and »vhen shifts aro ««.rk-
ing ni laying concrete ii will l»- possible lo put in nearly 150 yards of it
n rlny. A> goon n* tlie dnm U raised
to about tlie level of lire old Hume,
the wator will be run through it by
mean.-   ni  two   blow  ..If pipes. The
far Bide of the river will then be drained, and the construction of lira; — i. 1»-
of the 'lam pushed ahead.
The slop log pier will lie reinforced
with steel, and the whole will lie -.-li.!
.uul secure, 'i'ho superfluous water- i-
being taken otV in an ..pen Hume placed on the top of the old one. On
Monday, to hurry on the work, two
shifts were started, and tlie lir-t layer
of concrete put in, Work will be carried on daj and night
now till completed, and io facilitate
the labor al night the .ily hnvo in
-inlletl a series of lamps ut various
parts of the works, so that there will
lie no delay. Altogether lliere arc over
GO men employed now ainl .1 i- pro
bublu that extru gangH v.iil be pul on
in a short w liile. Mr. N'ewm n
lo have lho dam 1 rimpli led in 11 lii 1'.
over two month pru\ ideil no
■ 1 '1    •    iiii nl   ,.     :i   .      The  old
inverted    r»to
k-rnii li".     hop   where   inns)
iron used 011
	
'
ing bull!  up  lo  I
let el,      the laltei
ne!      ; he    '
In  11
...
: KKK.S  ASH   I IIITi: 1.1V-
1XG.
'!',-,.:     ..    ...   .■..
1    -m    lie. I'    a    -
h,.. I with clerks und . inior officials     in all
h li.nik-. It   i-    the salary
_ ie". anee.     Tl  i •  perhnpt: no other
oecupatioi piiring   such   high   .
• it  intclligener   and character in  which
-alari..-   are  a-   low   a-   th .f      hank
\..' only are intelligence and
character required in the hank's interest and for the publi iei vii e, but a
well dressed appearui . ■• i- insisted on
and a pluee in :.n.„l ... j,.;\ is eount-
. I'. .1.1.im.. What bank employes
- ij 1- that under present conditions
B unnoi li. i me. The cost of
living has increased so enormously
lhat 11 Irai.k i!i-rk's salary will not
meet accounts foi even moderate
board and clothing. Yh- result is that
in adeq ate supply ol rlerks is ilitli-
eirli for the banks to secure, and even
bank directors complain that inferior
quality hus sometimes to be accepted
or retained.
All this i- ol interest nol only to
the luniks nnd their shareholders, but
also t.. the public. The people, undei
our system, must depend on the capacity, integrity and foresight of bunk
manager?*. Leading bankers are l,„,k-
ed to fi.i leadership in great financial
. ■. ^_, degenei ation in iln- -tan
durd piality   in  .lerk-  and officials
will ultimate!;      eai   weakness in man-
mm -■> ■       h  _..      quality   does     not
rtand ai     •    '•  i.'- -'■ -k good quulity
'. lona     sit in     '.iit  manager's
I i-  that  young   men
of  power  anil  an .     . 1   the bnn-
kine- busin   lov   is   the standard
if rem 11 ho promo
tion, so few   the priz-es   This .natter is
lenll .'ill, by Mr. If. C. Macleod, it,
hi- address to the sh f the
Hank ..!   \..\ ,  --     lia 1 i   rr lirin    [1 om
he  otliee ni  ._. -,.. ..   '.   manager.      Ifi
ar,   in- words:
"In      the     eonside     tion   ol   1 rfiicei■-'
salaries 'I -'.  ol living 1-   1 subject
will, which hank- musl  deal. This cost
- ever incrciisinar, due partially to a
more geueral tendon ;, towards ln\-
nry ainl partially  t..  indirect taxation
n . (pendit iri     I ini rease in
',!..■ wage,  ol workraei    raises  the '"-r
of    ommodities,    ind   I he  tariff,     from
1 • some interest* derive benefit.,
lev..--      toll from ;>    *.  employes.
1. '1    :, Number'    li
the  I'ni.ti  :   Si ites •"•:'..!J      had
the  sun  1     .'nly
1, ISDfi, il. il >.' !- li nl on De 1 ml ei
I.   I'.ii"'       1 I living I in
ii. ised more in  C'ai tidu   I nan in      the
I tat.-.i  State.    !'■  ■'.-   salaries in gener-
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CORRESPONDENCE
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CLAY AND RICKS
Vi. Cross, fuel I     Olio
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li."i'l  ily and examined tho    pn -   Hi    Mr I
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Seven-Room   I House for 1S1675,    Loj 50 x 100 in desirable locality. -1  .675,   wlaiice to arrange.
Kijtflit-Koom
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suit ptn chaser.
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Centrally  located  for sale at
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Building Lots for si tie in all parts of the City at price:
ranging from $100 upwards.
REVELSTOKE G^NSRAL AGENCIES, Ltd.
REAL   ESTATE.   I.II-'K    KIKE   A\'l>   ACCIDENT   INSURANCE
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' J   MulNTVUE, Clerk.
Kootunay Lon^ii, Ko. IS, A  f. & H. M.
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Inul spent much morn money limn wns
ii,        :uy,  nml  could   hnvii  bought   up
llir iM'.tinnt,. ns etToctlvloy at half the    '
cost.
(i| iniii'st. It may Im sniil lhc .results
wore ilu.' largoly to Lho foreign vole.
Woll tho frireij n vote would mil In'
hon i'i if ii woro imi ilml tlm pur-
i Im , i . mii corruptors lire tho very !
iiuii win, not ilicrnsi'lvis n,i as londing
liti/.'iis nud .church members. Sonic
■ ili^ work of corruption is going
to ns nil on liie houds of thoso who
ndopt   it.       Is      it   w.uul,T  in  fm-e      of
tin- fmis of c\i'iy iiny observntion
thni we sec tin. groat and steady
march of revolutionary socialism in
our own country anil ol nriari'hy in
the nation to the south ol ns'.' ll is
the product of oorrupl politics, prostitution of tho public sentiment, ustir- [
pniion of the rights ol aud imposition i
nn tho peoplo by tho Uoukofollers and
Morgans and thoir ilk.
ll  is     time llmt    Uritish Columbia j
rend  lho handwriting on llic wall, and
^  started in lho     schools a system     ol
education ol future rronerations to a
would probably still have been among \nd while Kamloops has much to be ),;,,,„.,. atnndnrd of public s, ns,. ,im|
the things that   aro not, -mil  in  its favor,  wo still  think      tho   ,lu,v   ., Bt,uidm-cl     thai  shall  bo wor-
balanco of advantage lien with  Hovel.  thv  ihl. ,„.s,  i,.na.tionH of tho mother
lho     Dominion    Postmaster-General   sloko    which i<     moro typical of the ]mu|
very properly     says he will not  relax   Canadian  climate  lliau  nny  point  fur- 	
Ins  order tor  the  Sunday closing     of   liter west.     A  magnificent site i- avail
pi   i  ,,iii vs. We know  lho order is not   ublo here, while  the climnlo of   Kevel-]
Inr, but  belicvo it to bo in     the  stoko is excellent  for Canadian winter     „Tho nrntvi   Vnrr.   j.,, -,, ,. wi||     |„,
b,      interest     ol    tho public. Sunday  sporls-ski-ing,    snow-shoeing,    tobog-  |ai(j iulo Vellowhead this year,"     is j
iloin.r and     the    eight-hour day are ganing, hockey,     curling   &c.   In the ihe>ilaiet , hnnHod out by   Genornl I
■   Pa** of progress   op inths  this  locality is spoctally  M ,„,,. ,.   _,    Cmimbol.,„in)  who was
lhat do a nu!.. to remove Irom lit" well adapted for affording tho pursuit |Jn ,,m, ,)f ,,; ..,,,„„„„; lhn| ,,,.. s,,.,.|
its   d,       • nd  Rive an opportunity   ol   wientilii   studies.   Nowhere  in  Can-   wou)d  ^^  lh|, puga ||y  ||;i. ni|,     of
torth„    ...    and recreation that      is   ada is there such a variety of flora as   lhis vmtr. The onliro lino from    Mc
i - nry  to  t ihysical   iu the Big 11 1. The canyons adjacent    ]|n, p.vot  lQ     ^   Um (.:i!,^      .g
wclf, i   lhe  | pie.  As such      they   lo   lievelstoke  afford   great, oppoi'tum-   ||m,   um,or ,,,„,,,„.,   wUh   ,,.„,1A   uv|s],
.      'm     of (ho sympathy nnd   ties  f»r  lhc  study  ol  geology,        Lhe   w)(|     s,,.u:il.ti     .„„,  ,|„, ,,,„.,,,,,,!„„
of overj   liberal minded, pro-  i al     ore bodies     in lhc vicinity,    w „,„. ,,M,,„,,,,    OVor the ontiro dis
with  convenient   access   to  the  biggest   ^ ,  ,-,, m}Ioe ^..^^ (||(   ^^.^
  mii,cm  concentrating  plants and  smel- ,
IN   HORN  GAMBLING. "''-   '"'   »>e  province  give ra ppor-   '   . T)||, ,,,„,,.,„.,,„.s     :,,,, ,1i,,,.,,iv  ,„■,.-   ^
\propo.    f tl    tl,    lion of Ilis Hon-1 Umifiet for     lhe study of mi 'nlogy pnrinc , ,„ 1;,„     llc,ivo work," '
or .Judge Forin in the llamm Appeal -'!'l metallurgy. I'br fore ■ and saw B(uled ,,„, L,.i,||i,|a| ,„.,„.,„,., ,.And if
•use, whi i. up| nrpd in last issue, i mi"". '!"' lakes, river, ml Lreains ()i . ;,,.,,„„.,,,|,.,| ,,, „,„,,. .,,1 lhcir 8up.
i    on';    i ;!i     cntencr the     inounlaius mid glaciei    nil have   pH(,s      u<.Um.     []u.     mm,    |,.,v,.s||„,
ale, .1. II. .lack-  their attractions      lo lend  lo the stu    ,,     ,!; ;,  |  , Ihing in the way     ol
be  uphr   !  under the     cir    'l'" '   ';''-  !,|''>   v   ''"''>   •'',1 '  '»Ul''-<  «•   completing      inu     road  into  tho pass
cumsl ke   ui   lute       h       '"  >'    "'    '"      ;''   ,'"!      development.   ,,  ^ vrar
Infested with      Ihei'1'1,  who knov   lhe requisites o! stu-      ,..',nd     v,,,._,,.    •„ ;„.:„_,  „..„i,.     ,,„
.,"1 it  is plcasingto    !''''1   life run appreciate  the force     of   t|li, ,uc, i,,;,,,,    a,  \\,,]f n,■,.',, and lho
i.  being  applied.   I,,PS1' opportunities,  nnd  we hope    (he   m,;,,„|  lh,,,       ,,vl„ „   ,,,,..,   .,,,,  ,,„„ .
Th'-  i-    ol mm     |       rj    rercntlyof   ,''"'"1 of Trntli will   , hop the work   ||]n(cl]  .,  wi„ ,,. no    .,,,,. oblit|l(.lo
have  boon  given   "'  I"' ''"-'  f'lliv   ';" ,:;i '"    "'   l:"v"   in the path in  the way ,,f bridges inr-
i withotil   tii....ii-   ':      '"  "t"1   '• '''■ '     ,:; it  l>ro|ier-   til  wn rmKh  lUl, prnseI, ,.,.oi)sjng     ,u
 i  Ibis  ..'im    the onlj    Ij   ' "'!";.  '" be  one ...  lho an itost    por,  ,;,,,,,.L„ (1|1  ,|ie ,,.,.,„   <;i|„ cl(  |h(,
of foi n   rilhdi-MV fron   '   Hi""" of western    i;,,,^;,,.,      0-n   crossing at   lhe   All,n-
business. '' ''  ■■ htiscn  rivei  iiear tho pa,    will boonsy,
 ■  uiul  it   is om' intention  to put   a  tem-
I'lll   til lii! !'■ SURTAX. Im!.! Ul WOHSHI!' IN '  V.N'AUA.      porary   ti-esllc over this  river nrry
llk  »    "      »•« [ ihe v..   m  .:,,.,.  .,'  Canadian     lecl  across."
ho (.'■■. :. of the  |;| ion,,, | .; •—■ —     -
Dominion i i in the money i.lolaln' of the 1
lemov,- the Cormnn surtax, and      the   - ,, ... ;.  ,i„.I),itish,
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FresK  Ranch Eggs
Arriving Daily
Kippers             Finan   Haddies
Smoked Halibut
Fresh Fish All Kinds        Oysters
P. Burns & Co., Ltd.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MEAT MERCHANTS
e.
THE    KV.OLSONS    BANK
Capital Paid Up
Rest Fund
INCORPORATED 1855
$3,500,000
$3,500,000
Has 65 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in all the Principal Cities of the World.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS     BANK   DEPARTMENT
At all Branches.     Interest allowed at highest current rate.
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager.
THE RE:V£L&TOKE WINE& SPIRIT CO.
LIM lit. I .
Import direct from country ol origin.
WHOLESALE     DEALERS    ONLY.
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tran«f(»r I      hoadiumi tore   \<»   Vim-
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1   ': -   i   ■     i*u i ion  op-
>  ■ rmipany in  ihe coast
irrivinn   ilurii      lhe in        our years.
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P^^VKIjRTOK E3    1_.
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
J.    ALBERT     STOISTE      PEOP.
ET HOUR BUCKSit;H«g
LRtEfeill
iRNER Third KisMpiii'
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Doyle and Allum, Ltd,
i, ■   dispnsinrr of  theii   entire  Stock  'it a
• niili advance rn com.     Ii will p:i\ vou to
stigate   their    ptit-.".    on    Diamonds
ilry, Cut Class, Silverware,  Watches
Doyle and Allum, Limited
Garden, Field
anl Flower
SEEDS
■ irop now arriving frona oiir growers in E  -^i i 11 France,
Holland,  Cuimda and   the   (Jnlto'l   States-,      A !   tmied   as to
lity and purity on arrival,    T ia beBl i- go > I enouj< i nr our
omei     Catalogue Iree.
Uusinem  will  i'.i continued  at uur old uMnl until Mav.
\fler tliui, in new location, whioh will be annouuoed later
ADDRESS
M        T       "HF'^PV 3,)1° W=itminster Road
ri.    J.    II Lil IV I,    VANCOUVER, -      B.C.
Advertise in The Mail-Herald-It Pays I KI'.kL'AUY 23rd„   I'J in.
_ [t_ A VI 1,-1 _ .A.L.I), RSVfiLSTOKB, B. 0,
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We serve ourselves by
serving you better.
A   pleusetl  customer is
our best advertisement.
SPECIAL
A news sheet devoted to the interests of the citizens of Revelstoke and surrounding
towns and settlements.     Our aim is to place before the purchasing
public the facilities of Our Big Department Store.
New Sprint dDDfc
Laces and Embroideries
Welcome as an April sunbeam,,are the new
I.ices and Embroideries. The spirit of Spring radiates frnin every fold of the beautiful creations. Never
were the faces, etc., more fasoinating. We have them
from St. t! ill,Switzerland; St. Eitinee,France; Plauen.
Germany; our mother land, Nottinghim, England;
and the beautiful green isle- Ireland. Spend an hour
any day nnd make friends with them.  Take Elevator'
New Dress Muslins
Fresh and beautiful as the Bowers, these new
Spring Muslins, Itioh, colorful and lustrous striped
and chicked Batistes; striped Poplin; striped Cre-
polities will be among the highly favored of the new
Spring Muslines, and certainly nowhere will you find
a prettier and distinctive showing than at HUME'S.
Take Elevator.
Dressy Spring Suits
Here is good news of  the  Spring Suits.    They
are on the counters, racks, and  ligures, ready for you
to examine.     A   special this Spring with us is a well
tailored suit lined with silk serge, thoroughly made at
$15.00.   Take Elevator.
Small Things at Small Prices
Your attention at the Small Wares Counter
please. See—Hose Supports 15o, Skirt Hangers 10c.
Handkerchiefs per dozen 25o. Hair Curlers 10c.
I.utton Holes Ready Made 10c. Fancy Baskets 15c.
Chamois Skin 10", Silkette Shoe Lacs 10c. Tape
Measure; HV. Nail Brushes I0o. Talcum Powder
15c. liune Hair Pins, package llic. Mending Yarn,
skein 10e. hue Ptns, package 10?. Curling Irons
10c. Hair It'reivers 15c. Corset Steels 10c. Linen
Buttons 5c. Bpnitln, 6 for 25o. Frillings 10c. Box
Writing Taper 15c. Writing Pads 15c. Take Elevator.
Linen Towelling
All Linen Towelling, good for Roller and Dish
Towels, heavy   weight, pure  bleached, red   border, 17
inches   wide.      Special   Hume's  price  per yard 10c.
Tike   Elevator,
Battenburg Linens
Take  Eb-vator.    A new lot of Sample Linens,
Battenburgs 1   Embroidered Linens hi Round and
Square, clearing at a big saving to you. We have
often demonstrated our willingness to give vou a big
bargain in I.'inns, but never one better than this.
(iet here on Thursday, if possible, for these. They
are half-price.    Take Elevator.
GET   IT   AT   HUME'S
Wit the new Ready-to-w. it
1) pirini"ii' mi the Second Floor
(T«ke Elevator or stairs opening
new Spring Suits. Coats, Skirts,
Waists, Cbildn n's Wear.
Mail Orders.   •
Telephone »Irders.
Send the children* to
the store.    Come yourself.
Have our city traveller
call at your home for
orders.
Some'tirm next1 week 'we are going
to celebrate the" "opening~bf our'new "Dry
Goods Department and rearrangement of
our store.
We lika to celebrate these little occasions and we believe you like to help us
celebrate. They mark the mile ^stones of
our progress and ev?ryone is interested in
a success such as the C. B. HUME & CO.
business in Revelstoke, for most everyone
has had some share in building it up.    j
Thank You ! j
Well we will name the day in Saturday's issue and we want you all to be on
hand, whether a customer of the store or
not, and we will have a nice little souvenir
for each person right down to the baby. Jlj
Just now we are opening up New
Goods.   You will like the New Goods.
Fancy Biscuits
A large assortment of biscuits in packages just opened
np including Saratoga Flakes at 20 cents per package. New
England Ginjer Snaps at 15 cents. Graham Wafers 15 cents.
Vanilla Wafers at 15 cents. Ginger Snaps and Venetian Biscuits in barrels at 12.1 cents per lb.    Very Tasty!    Very Nice!
Delicv) is Cocoa
There is nothing u met    cold nights than a nice hot
cup of Cocoa.     We have i ii  ge assortment in the following:—
Lowney's in lib, jib, and 'I   J.'ns.    Van  Houten's in lib, -_lb,
and [lb. cans.     Crossed Hl.'.ckw'ell's  Dutch  Cocoa in lib, .lib,
and   [lb. cans.     Cowan's i  if .t.  in   Jib. and  |U>. cans.    Fry's
llomn pathic   Copoa   ii 1      cms      When   you want Cocoa
GET IT  AT HUME'S
Apples     Apples!
We have still a (•; •.   boxe   nl   \pples on hand.   Good
eating apples and good ci up pies.     Ben   DaviB, 1'ewakee,
Golden Russets, Ureenin ■ Northern ^PJ'», Baldwins and
Grimes Golden, We an Iwuvb in a position to offer you any
grade or quality you want.
Large  quantities   o gi .   Ilananas,   Lemons  and
'.rape Fruit on band, hy the dozen or by the case.
Breakfast Foods
See our corner window for Flours and Break! bI Foods.
A large assortment of the b si grades to choose from.
Headquarters for Feed
Hay, Gats,  Bran, Chops, Shorts, and Wheat.     We can
save you money on feeds.
ftft WirtiijlBisffs
,S>mething that is Inrl to get is a neat hard
wearing tromer for every dty u irk. W ■ hive solved
the difficulty for the pre-ent season. Oar lines are
all new and the warknimhip is decide Ily superior, j J
.'Jlliivy  gray   worsted, dark  stripe, silica faced
price ... $2.51       '.pair
_J
' .Striped effect in Kn^lish worsted, thoroughly
sewn and in nl-; to last. A neat an 1 dressy pattern,
price $3J '(i per^pair
Heavy hair line worsted, made to Btand the
wear and tear of everyday life. Well lined and supported at seams. Two side and two hip pockets,
price 13 00 per pair
Men's heavy English whip-cord trousers, something which you can't tear. Comes in gray pattern,
with four pockets, price $3 50 per pair
lilue serge trousers, made to fit and wear, fully
faced and all seams protected. Two sidt pockets,
and two hip pockets  with button   tiaps, price $ I pair
GET   IT   AT   HUMES
Boys' OUttf
"LION BRAND" — the
best the market offers can
only be said of " Lion
i.rand " Clothing. Every
season sees a marked advance in style anii fihi.-h.
and the present Beason we
can show you lines which
are strictly ii|i lo those
shown in the large eastern
centres.
Hoys' two piece Norfolk
Suits, in lighl i-.ii'l 'lurk
tweeds, sixes 25 to '-11 at
*2 50. I	
Boys'threi   piece double       li/tt'ii
breasted Buils,  worsted nr
twi i ds.    Prices (3 ','5. I 50.
5.00, 5.50, and $6 00.
'xw/L
Boys' two pure I). B. Miits, ligl t oi dark
tweeds, double Beats, knees and elbows ._ Knickers
fill id with bell   trap-, at 17.50.
B •;.■■' two piece D. li. suit, "Lion Bran I," i loonier knickers, price $7.50.
Boys'two pi  I1   B, suits, doubli      it . knees
and eibows, made from ligbl stripe and dark pattern
worsted. Every seam .Inu'le sewi ai ' welted, concave padded Bhoulders.hair cloth stayed lap-Is.bloom-
er knickers, fined with belt straps. Every suit a
l) aial perfectly finished.    Prices $8, $9, >10, *I2
GET   IT   AT   HUME'S
S|) of      Willi!          Ll W_
Waists in new   ttesdy-to-weai Department, Second    FI mr,     T ike
'im
* Pairo «
THE"MAIL-HERAL1> KEVEL8T0KB, B. C.
FEBRUARY 23rd., Wlf.
CITY COUNCIL
lteguhu- moetiug Friday night. Pres
snt: Tho Mayor, Aid. (Jowun, Bews,
t_brnharu80n,   Mrkiiiium.
rilUUI'lSI'ONDKNC'K
Victoria Machine!-} Co., offering to
supply fit tings i.n sower syphons at
512 per    i'i.   To he ordered,
City ni Kaniloopi., onulONing trades
license bylaw.    Itecoived nnd  tiled,
Canadian Engineer applying lor i'l
verl tst'tit.'iit.    Filed.
A    G.   II iiison,    .i-l.iiu'  i'.i'  position
of city i< .i.'in in   u  81UU pei   mouth
Filed."
.1. II. .1 i,l, in. • •■ igniny i citj an
ditor, and ili-.nkiiiL! couni'il tor facilities afforded bj council ul pust two
years. Md. MeKinnon did u"t think
it was llirough anj a tion ol tho city
Council Hint Mr. .link-.ni had l'i" Mil
ed, as he was tho llrnl ono to tell him
whim liny decided tu have tho special
audit tl.it In mi- glud Lhe council
was bnving tlii- dune, lio movod lhe
rosigniition be accepted.
Tho Muyoi aid Mr. .laeksou told
him he t.. igned on account oi his eye-
Bight and that lie Innl intended resigning .-.uni' tune ago, anil it was not
tiirough any offence lie had taken at
the action of tho council. He regretted  Mr.  Juckson's  resignation,
Aid. Cowan regretted ti. have Mr.
Jackson's resignation as he was u
good ami faithful officer, Me nits glad
to learn tlie resignation was not due
to any action of tho Council, lie seconded Add, McKinnon's motion, which
was carried.
(J.l'.i;. Land Department, stating it
would mil he incumbent un the city
to collect sower tax on their land not
benelittod bj sewers ami asking that
amount paid for sewer taxes be refunded.
The Mayor said the mouey should
be refunded, Inu thf Couneil could not
do it legally at present. He had asked
the Attornoy-Goneral whon at Victoria thai ihe clauso ihey required in
the Municipal A.t to allow re-adjustment ni thn sower matter lie provided
for as sunn as possihlo, lb- assured
him he would bn attended to. They
could in.i do anything till tl.i- was
put through, 'llm land referred to by
the t'.l'.l!. was not benefitted by thu
newer-  nlrendy  constructed
It was resolved tn explain lh,' position   to   Mr.   Dennis.
City <if New Westminster, Btatiug
their license fen for ad insurance com
ponies was <5U per half-year,
i rovincial    &eciot ny.  notifying    ap
poirrini i.i -      i"   i'"l ,-e   t '.itiiiiiisvn.ti. t
of  Messrs.   Kinenid  and  Trimble,    ml
to 1.nmn tu ' oii.miKsioncn   oi  Mi
Sturdy anl  Mel  n
\\..;,...., , ,. ,n-. fin- pouitioi ..i
< ity   Assessor  i it   I'.-iti.    Filed
,,i|.!\ in.    i.'i   \ .iini-   ol
... -1H.v..,!    ai     pest
I..   I ,
,lllt      .>!      ClOlU
house
r ne   Mayor i
lilllli'    ll\      ,,,
guson, witui iritj    II
titled   i	
ItOKOtVI        ' ''iln    -M ">
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ol   su   . nm    book -      Ri
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b< ioks.
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It.
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ami .nii'il liud  no damage done.
Aid, Abrahamson said the door oas-
ings and corners al lh'' Tapping block
were scratched boforo. li was inn done
ihis year. They wore not ontitled lo
pay Tapping anything. On the con-
'tiary his building was a danger to
tlm public travelling the street, ami
ho ihould bn required t" alter it. Md.
MeKinnon said if the) allowed this
Ihey would have claims ior dnrnngo to
i, in." mr.. Aid. [lews asked if thoy
were liiihlo fur such damages?       Tho
\|:;\ i.i'    i.iii   i.l.'l'ml    (Iln   lll'.-l    thill;;' lo
il.. with ilm loiter nhnpl) I" receive
it. ami it  was ileah  with accordingly.
\hl.  Trimble  here joined   tlm meet
inn.
i\  Vi.  ami I,   I tm \11 1 III
\l.l. I'.iwan, un bohllll "i llm Im IV.
,uni I, Committee, ropnticd Im had
examined into U ^immone's com-
|i|iiinl uf removal of light, ami there-
purl  wa- adopted.
Nn. 2 fire Brigade applied foi' supplies, additional bells t.i liromcn'a
ho'isns nm) th,- balance ..i coats he
provided.
Aid Cowan moved tlm supplies asked
;'..:  ho purchtised ami that  ihu city el-
■ •rtii.-iaii put in bills asked for.
!    Aid.  MeKinnon Boconded  ilm motion
Carried,
FINANCE COMMITTEE,
Aid. Raws reported Im ha.I not yet
been able lo attend to certuin forms
required by police . Iln ami llm Muyor interviewed Mr. I'rnit re equalising
tin rams uf interest nn .ily credits
and debits. Air. 1'ralt told limni the
.ily of Calgary was paying 5J per
cent, on its overdraft, when thej were
only charged .1 per cent., ami dm
Bankers Association had fixed '.'. per
..in. fur- sinking fund d..pi.sits, He
gave them to understand if they could
show    him   ally   city   that   wa-   uul liuu
better rates hi' would meet  them.
'llm Mayor confirmed Aid. Bews' report,   and   slated   tlm   bank   overdraft
was now si'.i.nnn.
Aid. MeKinnon understood from Air.
Stoin Ihere wore cities getting better
rates lhan they were, nnd if so Ihey
should  write him and find oul.
Ahl. MeKinnon said the overdralt
wa- 819,000 Tlm actual overdraft .
eluding notes against [axes, was S-1S,-
000.
llm overdraft at tlm firsl ol the
year mis probably 812,000 but ilm
last council had contracted lho bills
which had  run  tho overdraft   up      to
519,    lie  would like  tho | pie  to
know exactl) where they were starting
[ram ■•'. ith ai ivenlmfi ■ r si'Mrim.
ami actual  deli, il  of 8-18.000  ll in-
819,0110.    Tlm>   were  told  al   llic  i-luse
of      the    \.  a!'     lhe    1,1 , |     j,  ,,|     ;l
'tirnlu    ol v:. I    mil In    ■
ll ll llu     ami   i""
■ lion ni   lhe end uf theii
. Aid.   I.n i'i. , le) the)
mil    ..  hadl
..ur.   anil    I.. ■ ,'..
nmiit    to   go I'll.
.
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Mr. I'rn
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AMES
HOLDEN
v5/IOE»5   ARE MADE
For Heavy Work all men should wear the
AMES-HOLDEN
PROSPECTOR SHOE
It's the shoe for the man who has work to do —prospectors, hunters,
surveyors, etc. It is built of solid leather, choice upper stock, pure
leather heel stiffener, solid leather heels and soles—both insoles and out-
soles, every stitch perfect—a worker's boot throughout.
Good leather is essential in a boot of this kind, and in this you can
rely on the Ames-Holden shoe every time. Yet we never held that
leather alone makes the shoe-—there arc dipshod, "no-^uod " shoes into
which good leather has been put, and which may even fit perfectly, but
they lack the touch of the res! workman. Thread and nails wont hold
a boot together and make it give perfect service it must be bound together wiih integrity. The "unseen things" about a boot must be
right these count for much in the service you get, and it is just because
of the hidden worth of the Ames-Holden shoe because of lhc workmanship the stitch on stitch attention to detail the inspeclion at every
step that you get a bigger dollar's worth every time you insist upon
buying the Ames-Holden Shoe- -the perfect shoe for men.
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WE
RAKE
U3)   fa    (&.
"SPLENDID
LINE OF
FOR MEN  0|k
Hnira
AND
^CHILDREN
Solicitor.
" \MI.\', STREETS
Md      Abrahamson     reported    that
in:-.-   would no-'. BO uiu-   n piuofl and
hey would  require  aboul   100,  bo   Hie
.... would In- aboul JGO
i \\ KATE
1 he i ,,i   ri'  '      ._'m   led thi i       .i>
it tho rate lor   the
I  ■  .      Mn ,,| ».      n-.j.lll.      lO   |
...       ,    i    lirst. Wo 11.....in
-    ll  li.
flu .  Fee    to     Ue
Iwuld ' "i"'-
\   ■ propo .-d.   Ahl.
I li.,t   the I'm.uie"
-%."   [oi      •   Ma;
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Minor        . .1   'le
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tion of lhe Brat nix months. I took
Lhc lu lawn and rompnred them with
K.iniloop: us a city of almost the
am. 'i... Ahl. MeKinnon here quo-
terl  lieense lees ruling in  Kamloops.
M<l Trimble eooonded Aid. McKinnon's motion to collect forthwith the
license fins imposed by the present hy-
I iv. I     1'arrieil.
Aid. MeKinnon: I see there is a
■.a dollar fee for pool tables. Nobody
ovei asked me to pay a liconso for
l-i iblee.
Aid. Bews: The tradors license
"■ 'I ineluile buying and selling goods
uu i litter what, under one roof.
the Mayor: That pool table license
i> .i ['initl hard ,-rnek where a niuu
pin- i trail.' lioenu and then $10 lor
i a. h table as wall.
Md Abrahamson: Aro the conl
i-i   not being taxed.
Citj   Clork      One paid hist year.
Mil     \hi ilanisun    I   think  all should
■
i      Uayot       It  i- n question ol on
\   '     il. Imi ii..i Ml   this hns   been
i i.i in   ,   iui shod manner    liku
,. ne pooplo p.dd. ot-
' not.
■    I.   IU   Kim I     60   lire  city has
foi   collecting.   If Ihr.
' i ' ■ i  working for  It,   I
hi   lid    ll '■   |.a>   a
I  don i   think   wo   ihould
, i     .        connection
•   . tf there i     lol
'     ' hen,   etlt"
Ml.'.    I  \ v    If \ tSI.II
\,,i   ' . -   ,,     i      , |hi   flo    in
ubled
nn   hi:i mi .
'' I think the pe     il   lira
n.mid
oul
thi   ri i-
othet      ,
i Into,
M i   ' :    . ■    , 'nm
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,.'     un wi
' '■'. |    ,    M
ol ■ mall
'I he
mre nt the  timi   were
:  i"     Im. I
lid pay
lool         I  tin '■
i ml Cowle'l
* ii i ■    'ml    tablet all
Revelstoke Flour and Feed Store
Royal Standard Flour, Five Rose Flour, Hay,
Grain, Feed and Chicken Specialties, Beans, Peas,
Barley, Breakfast Foods, Mayer's Celebrated English Horse and Cattle Foods and Medicines.
The Paget Supply Co'y-
J. WILSON
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged nml Improved.    First-Class in every respect.    All modern convenience-
Large Sample Rooms,
Rates, $2.00 per day        Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
...       ;—;—■         \
E.   G.   BURRIDGE
TInamlthInK, Repairs,   Hot   Air
Pipe and  Furnace Work
WORK   8HOP
ConnauKht Avo.   -   Revelstoke
To Trappers
Raw Purs Bought
Oash Prices Paid:
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Furs.   . IKIUiUAliY  _3rd„  1910.
ThCES v_V([_-II3i _!_.) titiVELSTOKE, B. C.
Pago 7.
BUILD UP
REVELSTOKE
Patronize
Local Industry
GET YOUR
PRINT
AT HOME
""Th7*-*
oMAJL-HERALD
has new type and printing machinery
Our stock gf printing papers is large and
well selected.
WE PRINT
Letterheads - Billheads - Cards
oMenus - Envelopes - Programs
Books and Booklets - Loose Leaf
cyiccount. Forms - Ball Programs
Wedding Stationery - Memoriam
Cards - Lumber Forms - Tags, Etc.
ADDRESS
THE INTERIOR PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Agents for the famous
EMPIRE TYPEWRITER
$60.00 Cash
CITY _ytINi.IL
Continued from page fi.
ini\eil up together.  II looked   tr
like a pesl  house
11. r. Cum—ring  	
G.  Lowis 	
C.   B,   II.line  & Co	
II.   S.  Coursier .
I Lawrence   Hardware  I
, Can. He"   Elcc.  Co.
C.   II.   Hum-    >V   Co
Edison  Parlor    I  •
('nn.   (ler:.   Klei .
N.  Vi.  Electric  .
Bourne Bros.
('mi.  Westinghou •   Co
Kiie  Iln- id.    N...   I   .
The Mayor: The quarantine will lie
strictly enforced . ami 1 have told Mr
Cowio if I lieai- uf any olhor report uf
. .,ieli a. -- I will lie the whole plnce
„,,. Dr. Mel.ean tho i'n\ Health Officer, is .loin ' evorything in hi-  power,    '"'
,              i ■                       .■ ,.;ii,  Pity   I roasurei.   (cash)
.•uni    is working in conjun       »i"'
Dr. Sutherland and myself fur the
jntoroal ni the tuw ii. Thin thine, must
• in   stamped   out.
ASSESSOH
I'ho Mayor asked iln- pleasure ol lhe
Council    « dli    len.lld    lu   the   a-   ■      I
li,     ie|il>   iu     Aid, Cowan ihe City
Clerk  -aid ('.      M.  Pifcld  wn
ui s::t - In i     \e ■ ■ ml I5UU    tm
year before.
I    Aid.     Abrahamson: I lie   ' 'oun<  I
should appoint two liiin to go i a- .. h
jail  In.ilil.ne-  tu value tin-in.
|    Aid. Trimble:   Thai  i- vorj   unu u il.
i    AM.   I'uwie:      There   an-   leveral   a|'
..... , |,   1. i w rence  ll.i-.iu ire  Lo.
i plication   for  ass ■ Mir,   Imw   woulil
MeKinnon  &    Millierlaiiil
.ii  lie lo gel  prii es ii in at-
i sensing the cil; .'.'
[    Aid. MeKinnon:   i  do aot  thii ;
I assessing     should     bo looki i   n  in a
, light  manner.  Ir   is   i position ii which
[there should  he  no impartiality,   and
[friendship us  regards  a  man'i     ropi ■
■ly.     While  I   hum   lie ni..ii:   in  takingi
objection   In   lasl   ye u      ■ •■ • ' '"   '
I have  I n  quoled  figures on  property
1 ihal  I il'in't  think show n right    n
'dition of     things.   It  is  not  n  trivial
! position, and  nohodj   should gel     oul
.of being  assessed  on  the lull  vali
his property,  I  know- a propertj   ,
.-nl     ,-n $700.     The owner was a In.I
l whal Im would lake for it, and repli
■ 82000.  I  know   ol anothei   .- ise,  ivhi re
' a liuin Im-    a     very nicclj      lini hi il
fhouse, assessed at. 81200, nnd anothei
mnn assessed at  SlflOO, and  the   housi
nu!   worth half as  much; and where tin
extra nmounl was put on another
'man's properly though the} iverc jus!
'the snme. Now   the other man'      pn
perty     should be dealt  with on     the
same     basis.     T ,]„„*[ believe in  Llii
partiality,  and  don't seo why      there   in  thi
.should he a difference ni $r,0(), siinn ,,,
8700 in  two  properties of  the
value.  In calling  tenders  we      -ln.nl.I
have lo decide who is the better man.
h  would Im ■ asting a reflei lion     on
tlm low    tenderer     ainl  I  think      iin
sheulil  he gone  into.     There are lot*
Rev    i !e i     \m"- i...
Moi Bank
('. \S.  \'oung ... .
Mi       ll       Hank    ...
Can   Gen    Elcr
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Re\    ' iei;    \u.n. ies
Law i.n ■•■    II irdware  Co.
C,   B.   Ilnrne   fc   ('..    I   ll
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BRITISH COLUMBIA
Her.- i-      a    nmn   irj   oi   tho indues
ny I'.i imbia:
l'u in
i ii ■     '   pi  il eld fr l   ir.vcst
ment  in  tl
l'o    1,.-   M rn .-
i  great  wc Ith mnti
li'-'i'i      ■ 	
Rnpidl)   ui iiom
lie
uni  the Oriel
To i li •  Lui   ■
Milli In
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ol SaakaV
..  Vustralii
in.,   l   linbi-
ioi    lui*
All    e\. .
at  hon
l'o    ill-'    Im-Ii.'I1|.
In.".inn liln.     |n i, ■ ,:'   -ahnos,
halibut, - • 1 herring hi 1 ■.■.!..■!  tish.
To  lhe  tu.ii  i.
Man;   iln. r- in I     ki i   !   pr..
if  people  who  know   :,  fair  value   md   dueinj   all   the   h&nliei   fniits,   ns  wc)!
Iioulil be givon  the preference to   • i. ■
i his kind of work for the city.
The Mayor:  Vou would be ii   bn n
of calling for applications?   »
.\l«l. MeKinnon:  Yes
j    Aid. Cowan:     I  move lhal   npplica  ,
'lions   lie  ..all,..I.
I''.'i' I.e-.      gra| .'  . melon..,
II.IM.    el
To the Dairyman
Splendid pasture aud high prio
Inntel.   milli   BJ
To  il'.'  I' nn • i   ■
I irgi      i rofit    fn m  mixed farming.
Aid. Trimble
I  an-,  nol  much     in grain ■"•' vegelabli   gi  wing.
favoi  of calling applications.  Pield is To ihe poultryi
,.t good mail.  Vou don't know     under * 'a-'1 home mark       i  poultr) -ad
I what instructions he was working. "SB* »1 big prii.
'    Aid. MeKinnon:     Well, hi-  busii  ''«' the U
is lo give a fair valuation Iln,- hundn                        quare mile.-
I    Aid.   Vbi'tihainson:     Well  1  wa   .,   h •'   unprospi                             iring  couiv
'"Field in     i.-ilniiiL' the buildings     and '*
there     was not   a     lions,, whore then '" '''' *'«»   "..   '•! ,
I was any'partiality shown. ■    ''■"'  ■• '                ■  reasonable work
Aid,     Mi Kii.nuii:      If you  will      lei "'-' d»)
this lie over  I     will gol  ligures     foi '" '''•'  "'"   Uman
'ihe-.. things. v'.   infinitr       u '';   nl _'.iriie animal.-,
I    Aid. Cowan:     Well, get   applications.'''V   •'       ' nd   gam„
callod and you  will see from  theii   -" "" '
ap
T., ■!,.   Ion ,
Mujii
Iplientiolls what   they  will .1., ii   foi
i    The City  Clerk   sriiil   i h.   position   ■•!
Cily  Assessor   was   a  permanent    citj
{appointment,  and   Mr.  Field     ,      ■■ K'ell-equipp< I   trail
lo   a   ureal   ileal   of   Honl,! impile
, information  uboul   lhe rlty     ilu i    -
j— infoiinat'oii ilml   i	
It  wns then dei el. 1  lo   ."   i In   mi I
ler -imil u\• r meantime an.l ami
Iquirj   into Mi    Field's stain- a, a . in
olli -er kef  Inking furtl    - i torn lucational syi
ten    i'i. •.    nnil
ind I n.".
I    ivil   ed lif.
1 -:l"
l.. I \." . i. ..I.
V In
I , i.i.
' loldi ■
walk ■
uim-'aim; roLUMBl \ i'.ii'iiii;i
The  Muyor  brought   up  lhe que
I uf   i elel'l ,|t ilil     ' lie   <>|» '■'    ' 'u
'iitnliia  River bridge   Tlii.  was  an im
' oui i.-uit   work,      IL-    ui       liil   lal
I he      mat ler      up  n ri li   llir   Board      ' if
I   I'l'.ule.
I    Aid.  Aln iham on  moved,   I h it     ho
Muyor he appointed a ■ ommittee
•' il     priniH"
II.  in ll, .1   li:>|
i i.      ■ ■   whioh     Im
been    wcepinj    ... intense   i IoImm
il    'ti.   '.        , 1       . ,| Slut,-
intervioM   the  Board ol  I'rad,   i    h    .   ,„   ,, ,  ,   ,,,v„UUi)<,
,h'"    ■■--      '"   '    ""■'       ''    - Irs  '.I will,.,,,
"|ri urn.'   ul    III.'   I  uhlliiliia   r,iir||>i>.   ,
' ibatil        it h.      I li     : |ii 1. .
AM    M K mni m    ■ de I.- -Carried.    I .i -    ,       . .    ,
mi.   i. ..i  ihe wind,     whir h
U     '   '"'      KTS V.;,- - .,, ||„.      I .;,.      ;,,„|      .|,,r,|,,
tin    lho n  nl    !■■        \lti. tl'fus—< R   i-i  Canyon
Cowan     questioned     a elafm   if 1 r.-.i the     Umiperalun     ■ dm     eomp-ri
I i n ei  for 860 for rot i  ol pole     lini So flod in       !.•■,
ihrough his land foi li nk     ill  o\  ■   tli    ol burj n.e     u,
•iileri'il  such  aii       .. ■■          . rosslngs.     Tb.
ou-.     lire a. i i ,,f \i,   j in,. i',r; \iiuw  Lake  wrvice  .• dolayod
gado showed n elnim of $21 foi  altco Maturdaj   ..wim;  t.. ,. k  joe in     th.
din    u|„ ra  Inm e. -i ur.ie   , and tl      learner « pv«i  '
iin     the motion u! Aid   MeKinnon, " ui   Into In ma   li '. rowhi ..l  Th
sononded bj   Aid, Cowan,  lhe i 13  list wind dropped   it    ' tl    ■. m|)»-i
was po -i"l     for pnyi I,         inting wro tailing at tbi
in 84,72X25, as folio*
*   114.00
.. .       600.00 li           ,, ■  ,            rom Pn      trthn
18.OO    that   11re   poll '     Ionol ih.'i.
... ...    243.26 .have doeidod • future la .'
        6.77   low  the . lii.i ..t police lo vivo     oul
10.76  monthly  reporli il   -.r n  1 .  be
"1 00  the iiu'iu ■ won Ir   ( lasl time Us
2011-   panel 1 dnscribod I'oi     \- thut  M   th"
134.11            li       : uiu.
File   Uni: uie    \o.    I      t
Vi. T. Stoin it Co	
I'nnl, of Commerce 	
Holsoi    Rank  	
0.  I'. If	
W. Rows 	
\.   Ilobson        	
Dim.   Sutherland  iV   Hamilton
Inti'i'iur   I'uli.  t',,	 Pace 8.
THE MAIL-HEEALJ) h'f V MXIOKE, B. C
FEBRUARY 23rd . IMP
First Shipment of New Spring Goods
New Dress Goods. New Zephyrs. New Chambrays.
New Colored Muslins. New Dimity. Cotton Suitings
New Embroidery. New Laces. New Victoria Lawns
at 10c. Per Yard. New Table Linen and Napkins.
New Towels and Towellings. New Lawn Waists and
Shirt Waists.
Don't Foroet That Our Coupon £aie is Still On
One Ticket tor every 50c. worth of goods purchased
First Prize—Sewing Machine, - Valued at $55.00
Second Prize—Silver Tea Set.
Third Prize—Gold Filled Case Watch, fully guaranteed
Fourth Prize—A Grand   First Class ,\Marbleizecl   Clock.
REID & YOUNG
\V.     A. Morris roturnod last     night
from  Kosslnud  whon; he  has been    at-
ding     tho   meeting <>f the Masonic
Proceptory of Knights Templars     and
iking iln- K. T. degree, Mr. Morris
states tlml tin1 s.a. Kootenay was ice
bound in the Arrow Lake Narrows for
twenty Four hours, tho ice being several feet thick, and completely block*
iujj llu1 channel. ice breakers wero
used nnd  tho     steamer ftrmllj   forcod
i  way Uirough.
Pool Tournament
-   \ u-irly      pool   tournament       vvill
ul      M. Kiniiuii's   tiitiiulit.        The
[■Ioprielors     ure    pulling   up a  Bilvor
yearly Im- competition ami il  vir-
,  II;    tier 'nl.-    lhn  championidiip      of
3 mii- in pool whicli  was won     liy
■  Morgan  lasl  year.  There, nro     16
■   I  i      antl  ('.   Noweomo  ami   I.   Mor
ii   cross  slinks  tonight   in   the  opi a
game.
Au     Knglish     Billiat i    Tournnmoni
:  tho samo lineH will al»o be play-
Lhe niiar future.
LOCAL AHD GEKEFAL
R,   II.  Truemai   ii   !   "    mil  will    lust tho Stu.lio until Tues laj   v< irch  I.
Wnllcast,     nl    Milwaukee,
Battling Kelson in tho fight n    ' olmu
Nov., last night.
.\  Sisters h '   ■  '■" '       '  '
uhorllj   i u'i    I" nneetion
with 'li-- ' nil "in  i'l.in. li I' "
There v il! In- u meeting of lhc V   I
T.   I'.   held   in  St.  John    - huri h   next
l-'ii.la.     I       "   ■     I full nil  mini
requested.
A special mooting of lho 1. idies   \ux-
.-,   ol  lho  V    M   '     A-- «'ll I
in  tho  V. 51    I'l I "in ■ at
3 30 p.  ■».
\   Halifax mn  tslral    Im
for  in il   ' lie
oflii er ni I1   . ini in Coal I
f, ,,■    ,.,,1 .     .   . i..,.;'.
The   II ■    "    '
-
i to tl
noses.      tin
Tin   ■
, itj iiuii to
ler    tin '
: '.       \
ol the t
tl   ■
■   I
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"Mil
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PURITY   FLOUR
To those who Iiave not yel given Purity Flour a trial we
would suggest j'ou doing so it' you wish to procure the best
as we absolutely guarantee every sack. Vour money_.re-
funded if not just what we represent itjto be.
TEA  AND  COFFEE
We have a full stock of the leading lines in Teas and
Coffees and can offer you the best values on the market.
ranging in price from $1 per lb. to 3 lbs. for $1 as a special.
A.HOBSON. BAKER & GROCER
8 Knit Company
i'. W.  Boden, lately willi  the firm of
Harvey,  McCartor and   L'inkham,    has
mi ■ .1   the Great  West   Kenltj   and
iivestmcnt      Company  with  a  capital
■   .-inn,mm.     to   enter into tho    real
state and brokerage business at   Van-
uiver.   Tho     stock     is taken up    by
oral and influential     Vancouver men.
i ompunv     will oporn t<' over    the
ole  province,  though  paying special
en tion     l<>    Vancouver real estate.
Hiey havo secured tho sorvieos of com-
ji. i.'ht   valuators  in   \ am ouver,        Al
:  - ni   they  will  deal  only  with     in
-itlr    revenue-producing  property.   The
' < impnny  will  commence  business    on
March   1st.    Mr.  Uoden  hns  been    ap
pointed secretary  and  I reasurel.
Your Insurance
.  one of   the   most   important  items
obt Kootenay Agencies, Ltd,
Look after this branch ol' vour business
KCCTENAY AGENCIES, LTD.
Successors to Kincaid & Anderson
Evangelistic Services
Uev. John Loutas and Mr. John
ICuedj two vcrj successful evangelists .
are expected to preach lure on Satur*
daj and conduct services in tlie Met ho
■ ii, • church on Sunday, and during
;l»i evenings ol next week, These men
have been Known to tho pu&tor of the
church For over ten yean , hu\ ing
-; i"! !■'.! vccl _ together in the City
tif S'anaiiuo. They are both line sing*
it.,  and   Mr.   Leutus  i     a   -muni      anil
Ironi ■' ■• I preachei. Tho people
..I   ill   -reed   and chun : op will lie made
ul   ii ic ii"' e  sen ices.
mmm
..CiAl M PcKSUltAL
.
IV.   .1.   I.ighthurno   I.      •      hi <htil   a
, In        ;       ■   .   •    ■   ■  M •' ill   ''"'
I uiu.,      lli.i.-i.   tin     tistnl tition   In im.
mado hy li   M fiirtlij. ol  Hi vcluloke
Mrs. Vi    .1. I.i'.litliiii'ii.    left  todaj on
ii  Im ii .-.-  trip t.i  llevelntoke.
'I'lii- I'.i'.' llend l.itii'li.i  l.'ompuuy hnvo
... ,i   in  ....  nut   nt  linsineHH        I llBJ
Imi' nolil  llioii   powerliil  tug,     Adam
Hall       to iln  ' M-i."ii    I  '"-  C |i
i I,,,  nlm.  bougl r   tlmii   -i..' I-    ol
[nil-. It    I-    I Il'l.'I    1     .1    ll'-'lll    'i-      "11
for tin   mill  ..ii.' linibei
I'll..        -mull       [lOX    i|ll ....lilllli-    111    'hi'
,   mm ....■   Hoi  i Iii     i •• ri  raisod       Ml
thi-  t-n ..-.  In-..   i-.....\iumI   in.I   tin- i l'i
In nil   hn ■ been   -i nmpml oul
IU,iii.   ,.n  the lake  Iuu   In-tin  groatl)
,1    ,   !       I.      ,   .-.   hi   I ll      iln-   C,    I',    tt.
• tin   I'ipei   lii'in..'   niii.li   I.
■  nkii a  tl"'i.  trips
!'B. C. Copper Earns 10 Fpp Cent
I, .     mn    It ci'tiuij   nl   the   llrilish
 !tini|innj    •""!' place
lown,  v,    i   Virginia,      In I
I In     Ilium, ini      I.,:,'in.'i'l  III llir-
lie (im nl     . ii   "H'liv
■  i.. ■      :'.n       i    • i nt' il.
'i       nm]   i -   .in n.-'I
upil il   -r... I .
 I'M     ■ ."-.III.
I  I    MM.    -        |||l pilS |
■ .' - jam
,.       i       11irk  In        Hie
,.-   , Ihi
Corsets
Our New Spring Corsets have arrived and we are"
Bhowing the very latest models in this popular make. W <■■...
; -have a large number of mode's to (il all figures.   If. you
_ wish your new dress to lit veil you must.have a gooi  .'■
fittinR- corsetand we can assist you with our up-to-date
models.
LA DIVA The newest model, long hip. extra
long back, medium bust, four good lisle supporters. All
sizes from 18 to £6.
LA DIVA   Feducing— in large sixes or   styles
Stout lathes will lit tl this one of the most effective and
comfortable reducing corsets on the market.   Six hose
supporters.
DIRECTOIRF models in the modified styles
suitable to this season's styles, in all sizes from 18 to 30
and all prices from $1.25 to $4.00.
GIRDLE Corsets, Nursing Corsets. Health Com ts,
Children's Waists in all styles.
Duy D. S I. Corsets end Get
Corcpltte Satisfaction
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FLOUR FLOUR FLOUR
Have  you  tried tin- Robin  Hood  liraml?   It
makes the whitest nnd lightest breudol ati) in
llii market.     We  use It ill the making nl
/ bread.     Tr)    i  loaf and you will be delighted.
C in hi obtained in 25   50 .mil lnnllr sack   I -
liusiner.s locals
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P   O   Box 208
GMOCER & BAKER
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Phone No. 23
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* ^]^SUA- G. CRICK, First Street |
Choice Groceries
A lull and complete line of Choice Gro-
(series now on hand. Our prices are
right.   Orders called for.
MOUNTAIN  SUPPLY   CO.
Ointral Mt ■< hunt-,

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