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Array "Empire" Typewriter
For ease of operation and
perfection in results it is
unsurpassed.     Price $60.
Interior Publisnmg'.Co., Agts
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Mail-Herald
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/cpoHmAr, RfPlkhijtf'Company
T?D PUBLISHERS
Vol. 17-No. 11
REV ELSTOKE. B. C, FE MIT ARY
1911
$2.50 Per Year
i    S    I WE
NAILS
THING YOU WANT
IN
HARDWARE!
ioji^g.
WE COULDN'T TELL YOU IN A WEEK EVERY ARTICLE WE HAVE IN OUR STORE.
REMEMBER JUST THIS:
IF IT'S HARDWARE WE HAVE IT.
WE GIVE FULL   WEIGHT.   FULL   MEASURE  AND A
FAIR PRICE?
WE WANT TO SEE YOU IN OUR STORE MORE THAN
ONCE.
ASK YOUR FRIENDS IF THEY ARE NOT SATISFIED
CUSTOMERS.
WE AIM TO KEEP THE BEST MADE IN EVERY LINE
AND WILL ONLY HANDLE THE BEST,
WE CUARANTEE   OUR   GOODS.   WHAT   MORE   DO
WISH.
Lawrence Hardware Co. Lid
Plumbing and Tinsmithing
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Office   Toronto, Ontario.
$10,000,000.00
5,575,000.00
-      5 S30.000.00
5,530, jOO.OO
Capital Authorized
Capital Subscribed
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
Branches fir Agents at all principal points inJCanada.
Agents in Great Britain and United States—London, England,
Lloyds Bank, Limited. Chicago—First National Bank, Corn Exchange National Bank. Seattle—Seattle National Bank, San Francisco—Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank. Spokane—Exchange
National Bank,
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of $1 and upward, received, and interest allowed at
current rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
CREAMERY    BUTTER
EMPRESS SHAMROCK
PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT
INDEPENDENT
SHAMROCK AND HOLLY DAIRY
p, Qums & Company. Aid.
20 Per Cent. Discount Sale
Is Now in  Full Swing and Includes
Everything in Stock
Mrs. A. G. Crick, First Street
DRESSMAKING ON THE PREMISES
Canned Goods
Owing to the scarcity of garden vegetables and
the continuous dwindling away of home pic-
served fruits, you are at a loss what to have.
Well, we can assist you most economically, Try
our peas, corn or tomatoes.   Bach tin full of
the   vegetables.     Orders delivered   promptly.
PHONE-93
John Mclntyre Sr Son
SEVENTY-FIVE THOUSAND FOR
NEW COURT HOUSE IN CITY
B. C. Government Liberal With Revelstoke—A Similar Sum for Roads and Trails—What. Can
Be Done With the Money.
Ah  intimated  in our Issue of    Inst j feet each.
Saturday the li. C. guvernmtnt   has     Seven miles of new trail  was built
mudo some good   substantial   grants  from the n;w bridge at Goldstream,
to    Seven   Mile   Oreek,   C,  Holland,
six  men    completed
to  the city o:  Revelstoke  and      district.   In addition  to a raise  in    al-j with  a staff of
most every case  to the salaries      of   thiswork.
government officials, Revelstoke can Five and a half miles of new wag-
tigure on having to spend the good on road was completed from LaPorte
round sum of $150,COO. It was at to McMahon's Camp up to Sept. 1st,
one time feared that the grant for a of last year and there still remain-
new court house miulit not be . in- | ed two miles to complete. This work
eluded in this year's estimate, and vvas done under the foremnnship of
accordingly the Hoard of Trade wrote Vi. Fleming with a staff of* 45 men.
reminding the Hon. Thos. Taylor, Tba Big Bend road from Revelstoke
.Minister of Public Works, of his pro- to Nine Mile |las repaired and remise to the city, and thc grant of built with S. Edison and Warren An-
$75,000 for the new court bouse drews each having n gang of ten
came along all right and  appears in  men.
this year's estimate. This amount T. Barrett with nine men and Vi.
will erect a splendid building and C. Calder with six mm were engag-
oue commensurate with the import - ed building a new wagon road on the
ance of the city. A similar grant west side of Columbia river,
bas also been made to Roads, Streets ' It is exacted that the new South
and Bridges, which is an advance of road south ot the city will be this
ubout $12,000 over last yearjs grant, year built on to Green Slide. On this
Some estimate of what may be doue road and other roads south of tbe
with this sum of $75,00(1 may be ga- city sixty men were working last year
thered from tbo amount of work and completed a vast amount of
whieh was completed last year on the   good work.
grant of $56,000 from the Provincial' In addition to these all roads south
government together with a supple - { of Arrowhead were very much rc-
mentary grant of $7,00(1 which was paired last season, also numerous
made later. j trails to the various mines in      thc
It has been a matter of much fav- Trail region,
orable comment the way in which | This work was all done last year
tbe country surrounding the city of °n a grant of $63,(100, and it is con-
Re-.-eistode has been opened up the fhlently expected that Mr. Ed. Trim-
past few years and the good work ble will make a big showing at tbe
done last year under the superintend- (cnd of this season, when the $75,000
ency of E. Trimble, who is the gov- of this year is spent,
ernment's appointee in this city was This sum means quite a big boon
very commendable. Some idea of to trade and commerce in the city,
the work of last year may be gather- Together with the $75,000 for the
ed from the follbwing facts and ng- new court house, It will help to make
ures, which are authentic: i things  lively  in the city,  and    keep
The trail from Coldstream to Call-  a Iaree number in employment,
oc River, under the foremanship      of |    In addition to tttis grant of     $160,-
A.  Hillmanwas repaired and rebuilt, ■oco to Revelstoke, the usual     grant
with a gang of seven mcn. '"' $2,500 as a subsidy to steamboats
G. Goodwin with thirteen men built "» the Columbia river north of Bev-
th>-new bridge across Goldstream. elstoke was made. The total estlm -
The bridge is of one span of 100 ft., ates for thcKootenays this year is
nnd  approaches at cither end  of 100   closc on to $800,000.
SAYS RECIPROCITY WILL   ! OPPORTUNITIES MINK
WEAKEN IMPERIAL TIES
French Government has Very Decided Views on the Advisability of Free Trade Measures
Paris, Feb. 13.—Tbe French government is much interested in tho plan
for reciprocal trade relations maturing between the two great governments of North America, while
French exporters are plainly apprehensive.
The first foreign arrangements
made by France under her new scientific tariff -was with Canada, and
there is a feeling here that a close
commercial union of the United States and Cnnadn will bave thc effect
ultimately of diminishing French
trade with tbe Dominion.
Writing Ior tbe Journal Pes De-
bats, Baron De OaU nee* in the proposed agreement a lone tending to
detach Canada Irom Great Britain
and draw her into political nearness
to the I'nited States through great
matenul advantage to both nations.
Tho writer thinks the relations of
other great colonies to tlm British
empire muy also ba affected by the
action of Canada and the results of
the new policy.
Women to The Rescue
Montreal, Feb. 13.—Women in Montreal have organized a movement for
the betterment of thc people and tho
observance of laws. ThcBe women
siatc that the men are too busy
with their commercial business to attend to this movement, and they
intend to go ahead unaided. Ten women who have started this movement
all of whom are good housekeepers,
mot at the house of Mrs. J- Clark
Murray, 20 MeTavish St., and after
dlsoutslng the many nulsanceB tbey
are subjected to throughout the year
by the unnecessary ringing of door
bolls, decided to lorm themselves into n bnnd an.l start a war upon thc
■hopkeepen and others who intrude
(h.-ir business m private homes, by
bringing samples, printed slipe or
otb.r things which the housekeepers
claim arc unnecessary.
IN TETE JAONE CACHE
Destined to Become One ot the
Most Important Points in
Eastern British Columbia
A correspondent of the London
Times who has personally travelled
across this province from Tete Jaune
Cache to Prince Rupert, gives in part
the following as bis impressions of
the future development which may be
looked forward to in respect to Tete
Jaune Cache:
"Tete Jaune Cache is destined to
become one of the most important
points on the eastern border ot Brit-
I ish Columbia, owing to its geographical situation. Already towusites aggregating eight square miles in area
bave been planned ready for pronio-
tian at ihe opportune moment, and
others are under contemplation. It
will bc an important railway town,
being a divisional point on thc
Grand Trunk Pacilic Railway, while
the Canadian Northern contcmplntos
running through it, bending south-westwards to cross the Albreda Pass
In order to gain the Pacific coant.
"When thc town, or towns, around
Teto Jaune Cache spring into existence there will be a heavy demand
for electric energy. Coal will be expensive for stenm-ralsing purposes,
and American inclinations tend towards electric lighting from the point
of view both of hygiene and of safety. A few miles above this point,
there is a fall on the Frnsor— about
15 feet or 20 feet in height— over
which tho full width of (he waterway
Pours, anil which can lie roadily harnessed.
"The mountains in this vicinity
nre rich in various minerals, among
whlrh predominate gulma, lend nickel and gold. On the southern bank
of the Fraser Is Mica Mountain, rich
ui deposits of white mica, tho 'greater majority of whieh have already
bein staked. In no eaBc, however,
had development work begun at, the
time of the writer's Vigil, but nn the
wagon road for the haulage of supplies for the railway wns to be carried as far ns Tele Jaune Cache the
camps wero to tic established     anj
Newman at Plant
The miscreant bulk head
at the power plant, which
last Saturday refused to
£o down, has been raised
with jacks secured from
the C. P. R. and is in position again for another attempt at lowering. The
trouble of last Saturday
was caused by an out-
jutting shoulder of cement
which obstructed the
downward career of the
bulk head. This has been
removed and it is expected
that the drop will be made
successfully.
Mr. Newman, who was
wired for by Mayor Hamilton as soon as the recent
trouble was experienced,
arrived in the city on Sunday, and is now in attendance at the power plant.
provision.nl this winter. Extensive
arrangements had been completed -for
undertaking preliminary operations
during the coming months. Thc
great diflirulty, however, has been
to get the requisite tools and plant,
as up to the present everything has
had to be carried by mule pack over
a rough,  ill-defined  trail,  or  brought
p by cunoe from Fort George,      an
ijually  tedious  operation."
KOOTENAY SYNOD IN
ANNUAL SESSION HERE
Clergymen and Laymen Gather iu
Convocation-Bishop's Encouraging Address
The Synod of the DioceBo oi Kootenay thia morning commenced thoir
sessions in Oddfellows' Hall, with
twenty-eight of the clergy from all
sections of Kooteuay, and thirty lay
members present. The session this
morning was opened with the custom
ary religious devotions and at 10:30
a.m. the business of the synod Was
commenced. The program outlined
for the meetings is both a lengthy
and important one and will open up
many yuestions for discussion, and
judging from the spirit of the opening session, will result in great benefit to the church at large.
Owing to the lateness ol thc hour,
and the necessity of getting to press
on time the bulk of the report of this
morning's session must remnin over
to next issde.
Tho visiting clergy arc as follows:
His Lordship the BlBhop of New
Westminster, Rt. Rev. A. II. De-
pencier, The Venerable Archdeacon
Beer, Rev. Rural llean Flewelling,
Cranbrook; Rev. Rural lloan Graham
Nelson; Rev. Rural Dean Greene, K-cl-
owna; Rev. Rural Moan Procunier,
Revelstoke; Rev. Rural llean Hteolc,
Grand Forks; Rev. 0. Bulkoley, Okanagan Centre; Rev. J. A. Oaleland,
Pcnticton; Rev. A. B. N. Despard,
Vernon; Rev. F. V. Harrison, Kaslo;
Rev. P. ('. llayman, Crestoii; M. F.
Hilton, Greenwood; Rev. ii. K iag,
Armstrong; Rev. h. Leech-Porter,
Enderby; Rev. C. R. Littler, Hnl-
moii Arm; Rev. H. W. Phillimore,
Nakusp; Rev. 0. Reid, Koknnoc, Uev.
II. W. Simpson, RoHslnnd; Rev. K.
A. Ht. Geo. Smyth, Trnil; Rev. H.A.
Solly, Hiinimcrland; Rev. C. Stewart
Ducks; Rev. W. N. Walton, Fernie;
Rev. J. Williams, New Denver; Rev.
.1. R. Cobjiihoiin, Windermere; Rev.
S.   W.   McOann,   Golden;   Mr.   A.       P.
Durrant, iionnington.
The lay mcmliers present are:—
Fred Irwin, Geo. Johnston, A. S.
Hooswill, Nelson; Thos. Whlcldon,
Iionnington, n. O.j Ambrose B. Lane,
Koknnee; ,1. G. Dcnnison, Rossland;
Chas. A. Cook, Cranbrooke; 0. B.
Paget, F, B, Wells, C. W. Young,
Rovelstoko; A. F. Vcnnblos, Vernon;
W. fl, Beames and W. Eccles, New
Denver;  Jas.  Talbot,   J.   K.   Porritt,
I J. J. Woodland, Kaslo; P. P.    Armstrong and  .1.  1).  Hens-en,  Golden;. G.
'RoBoman,  Enderby;   Richard  Hobson,
I Salmon  Arm;     ('apt.  K.  n.  Wallace,
Armstrong;   E.   M.   ('nrrutliers,   Allan
W. Crittou and I). Lloyd Jones, Kel- ]
owna;    Frank  Richardson,  Pentlcton; j
| Cnthbcrt     Featherstonelaugh and  R. !
GloustoU,  Siimmerlaud;   L.   J.       Ed-
wards, Nakusp; W. A.  Jowott, Kdgc-
v".i.l; N. H. Caesar, Okanagan Centre.
'I'lie bishop's charge to tho Hynod
of Kootenay, which was of a very
encouraging nature, wns read, nml
couliiincd nmong other things a recommendation thnl Nelson lie the
Sec City. A synopsis of tills report
will nppenr iu Saturday's Issue.
Archdeacon Beer's and the trcasur-
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Jams, Jellies
We have a larfje quantity of Crosse & Black-
well's and Lipton's Jams
and Jellies in 4 and 7 lb.
tins and 1 lb. glass jars
that we want to move
this month.
We are making a reduction of from 20 to 30
per cent, on the above
high class goods.
Ontario Honey in 1 lb. Glass Jars, at 25c.
Pure Maple Syrup.    Buckwheat Flour.
New I aid Eggs.    Ontario Pea-Fed Bacon.
Fruits and Vegetables.
Hay, Oats, Wheat, Barley, Beans, Shorts, etc.
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Bourne Bros.
Groceries,    Hardware.   Flour and Feed
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Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
Fresh Salmon
"     Cod
"    Halibut
"     Smelts
"     White Fish
"     Soles
Coast Sealed Oysters
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
High Class Meat Pirvkyors
Phone 2*51                                                  P. o. Bex 181
Favorite Housewife's Brands
Robin Hood Flour
Jacob's Dublin Biscuits
Bell Blend Tea
Bell's No. I Java and Mocha Coffee
G. W. BELL
P. O. Box 208 GROCER & BAKER Phone No. 23
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■jr'i report were also read and dis- obligatory for cities to send any
rtiHsi'.ns on these were still in order ; consumptives within their limits to
at the adjournment ui     the ol»cning  the Trannuillc sanitarium and to pay
session at  1- o'clock.
Changes In Municipal Bill
Victoria, B. (.'.. Feb. 11.—Several
Important rhanges in municipal law
are contemplated lo the bill to amend tbe Municipal Clauses A<t, juet
Introduced Irom tbe municipal committee, one special feature extin^iiiHh
lm: saloons throughout Untlnh Ool"
.ml.in tioni and nfter Jan. 1*4. 1914.
and making licenses thereafter only
possible lor hotels with 3" or more
guest rooms, wbilt it la alsy     made
tbe expenses of their maintenance.
Fight to a Finish
A battle that was no sham took
place on the ice at the curling rink
la-t ngbtl when Capt. Hmlth, with •
detachment from the Revelstoke M-sss
met a si|i;nd from the lower town under the guidance of Assessor Kdwardfl
It was anybody's game op to the
Ini-' stone, and the result was tbat
tbe patients At llir hospital are ss
nf hot cakes for breakfast as
long an a sack of flour will l^st, at
the cn-eusc ul tbc lo^er town rink, WEDNESDAY. FEB.  15TH, Wil.
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Opportunity has been the keynote of many a fortune, and it will be
for you if you invest right. The opportunity is now offered you to
invest in Oil,Coal and Gas. The Arrowhead Oil, Coal and Gas Co., Ltd.,
incorporated Jan. 1911, is now placing on the market for the first time
a block of
50,000 Shares at a Par Value of One Dollar Per Share
Terms of Payment:   25 Per Cent. Cash on Subscription:   25 Per Cent, in Thirty Days:
25 Per Cent, in 60 Days:    25 Per Cent, in 90 Days
The Company has sufficient faith in its property to throw the first big block
of stock upon the market to local buyers, giving them the first and probably the
only chance to get in on the ground floor of this valuable property.
This Property has been thoroughly examined by Samuel Aughey, Ph. D., L.l.D.
E. M.. and his repoi t, which is more than favors ble, can be seen by prospective purchasers at the office of the Company in the Taylor Blcck, opposite the Lawrence
Hardware Co.'s store at any time during office hours from 8 to 12 o'clock and from
1 to 5 o'clock.   Inspection is invited.   No shares will ever be offered below par value
The object for offering this stock is to raise funds for the development of
the Company's holdings at Arrowhead, B. C, consisting of 3,200 acres (as soon as
licenses are procured by company) of the best Oil, Coal and Cas Lands in the Province. Mr. J. 0. Bradley, the Managing-Director of the Company, has already given
demonstrations of the quality of tha gasof these lands at a dozen or more business places in the city, the proprietors of which are very enthusiastic over the
illuminating qualities of the gas. Anybody wishing to see this test can do so by calling at the
Company's Office.
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The Arrowhead Oil, Coal and Gas Co., Ltd
HEAD OFFICE:       - Revelstoke, B. C.
OFFICERS:   President. W. S. Webster:        Vice-President. D. McCarthy:        Secretary. E. M. Allum:        Treasurer, A. J. Macdonell. Managing-Director, J. 0. Bradley
DIRECTORS:  T. H. Corley.   W.S.Webster,   A.W.Thompson.   E. M. Allum,   D. McCarthy,   J. 0. Bradley.   A. J. Macdonell.
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WEDNESDAY, FEB. 15TH, 1911.
A aumbei ol citizens during the
ka have crUlzed this
ay and another     for
*.-.;.    s   which we    huve
11 t       .car  plant       pro-
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7$anK/>ead Hard Coal
Wellington Soft Coal
Always on Hand
Briquettes,   and   Furnace,  Egg, Stove
and Nut Sizes.
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Tlie lolin • .n • nmtei the caption of
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in gary Newa Ti legrarn of    Monday
"Fortunately (or Calgary, thia city
is nut attlicteil with the Baloon
Bcourge, and if the trend of public
opinion remains unchanged Alberta
will remain free from this evil. Alalia's license laws resemble Ontario's In that they prohibit Balooos,
but the latter flourish—if smh a good
word may be used in this connection
—in the province of -Quebec, and especially in the city .if Montreal. The
majority ol people understand why
a well-appointed and well conducted
may properly be cousidcr-
a.ljunct  of  a  hotel,   but      few
. - will be found who will, with
conscience,   aver that a saloon
:. modern civilization.
nk it. is worse than a
-h on our denization
ii- I It aa a cancer    or    a
■re.
bmenl where
That  is its sole pur-
bee  neither  room   n..r
lr nktng den.  in Mon-
res ol  ihese places.
.. thej exerl over
men   ol   that      matt 0
mated       In
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baa mver    earned it— for
—Washington Tost. The principal
trouble with such exercise here Is In
netting at the wood pile.
The reciprocity measure puts dried
fruits un the free list. This With
tree water should make a happy combination for n swell time.
The Chicago Herald says:— "One
ol the strongest argumi nts in favor
of Cnnndinn reciprocity is the alarm
with which it is viewed by England."     Null scd.
The bulk-bead did not drop last
Saturday nt three o'clock, but the
hearts ol ihe mayor, the city council
nnd a host of citizens did.
Thc Letlibridgc council passed the
following:—"Resolved, that the fire
department purchase the following
equipment—l.OM feet of hose, four
horses, three more men, etc." Talk
about your white slavery.
HEAVY DRINKER CURED
Samaria Cured Him, and He Helps
Others
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Deposits tymalt
KOOTENAY     LODHE,  No. 15 A.  F.
and A. M.
Uegular meetings arc heid in MASONIC TEMPLE, Oddfellows' Hall
on tho Third Monday in each month
at 8 p. in. Visiting brethren are
cordially  welcome.
ROBT.  CIOHIJON,  W.  M,
W.  B.  ROBERTSON,  Secretary.
SELKIRK     LODGE 12,  1. O. O. F.
Meets every Thursday evening in
Selkirk Hall at 8 o'clock. Viaiting
brethren  cordially  invited.
K. G. McRAE, N. G.
JAS.  MATHIB,  Secretary.
To
easily liam)le<)'
fan can send hy Draft,
Post Office + Cypress
OnVr or Rejistc reft"^
Letter h withdrawals
Ciin be maOe"^*" ■«• ■» ~? +
- * au/ way you wish.
WS Responsible
Refer To"^+ + * -I-
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or to anyone in *
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Write us about (iMay
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DowTrasehA; Co. Ltd.
321 WUiStreel:,
l Vancouver B.C/o,
svlng Pleturea at thc lidleon Theatre to-nlgbt.
GOLD RANGE LODGE,      K. of    P.,
NO.  26,   REVELSTOKE,  B.   C.
Meets every Wednesday except the
Third Wednesday of each month in
Oddfellows' Hall at 8 o'clock. Viaiting Knights are cordially invited.
J.  Y.  SIMPSON, C. C.
G. H. BROCK, K. ol R. & S.
M. of F.
COURT     MT.      BEGBIE,   No.  3161.
Meets in I. O O. F. Hall neit to
Tapping's Opera House every second
and fourth Monday in month. VlBlt-
ing brethren cordially welcomed.
G. W. BBLL. C. R.
WM.   8.   CAMERON,  Rec.-Bec.
C. W. O. W.
Mountain  View Camp,  No.  229.
Meets Second    and     Fourth Wednea-
days    In each month in    Selkirk
Hall.     Visiting Woodmen are
cordially invited to attend
H.  W. EDWARDS, Con. Com.
JAMES  McINTYRB,  Clork.
MR.    R.    T.    WILSON,
TEACHER OF VIOLIN,  ETC.
STUDIO-Muslc Store,    Me-
Kenzio  Avenue.
TERMS—Elementary, under 12 years
of age, 75 cents per   lesson.     Over
12 years of age, (1.00.       Advanced,
(1.25   per   leBson.      Lessons three-
quarters of an hour, once or twite
weekly, as desired.
MRS.   HERMANN  McKINNBY
Teacher of Volte, Plnno and Organ
Pupila prepared for Toronto Conservatory of    Music.      LoeaJ examinations.
STUDIO: SECOND  HTRBTCT.
Have you tried briquettes yet fn
your cook stove or open flrc placc7
The Revelstoke General Agenclea,
Ltd., bave them alwaya lor aala.
y TIKIE    MAIL-HIEIELAJIID,    REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, FED. 15TH, 1911.
THE KVSOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED  IGC8
Capital Paid Up
Reserve Fund
$4,000,000
$4 400,000
Has 77 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 Branohcs.     Interest allowed at highest current rate
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT Manager.
NOTICE   TO   THE   PUBLIC!
Having purchased tlie business formerly carried on by  K.   A.
Spring we are prepared to execute all orders promptly.
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
Boat and Shoe Repairers,
Saddlers
Harness Makers
Under New Management.
Wm. Boyd, Proprietor
Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
The Greatest Healtll Resort on tlie Continent
Natural Hot Water, 12*4 Degre-'S of Ilea
Natural Hot Water iu Baths.   0       All Year
Rates from $ 12 to ? 15 Fer Week
look:
look
AND
li 15 A D I
Actual component) nf Eastern Catalogue priced, freight added, with
HOWSON'S     PKICES
Kitchen Chairs
Kitchen Cabinet
Dining Table
Dining Chairs
Dresser and Stand
Bed
Bed
Dominion Spring
Child's Cot
Ostermore Mattress
Winnipeg price
50c.
$6.75
10.55
88c.
8.95
1.25
3.55
5.3b
2 40
5.10
15.00
Weight
101b.
1501b.
1651b.
121b.
1501b.
1601b.
601b.
681b,
601b.
751b.
Freight
23c.
$3.53
3 87
28c.
3.52
3.76
1.41
1.59
1.41
1.76
Total
73c.
$10.72
14.42
1.16
12.47
15.01
4.96
6 94
3.81
6.86
Howson's Price delivered
70c.
"   $9.60
"     14.40
1.20
"    13.00
"    14.00
"     5.20
" "     7.20
"    4.00 |1
" "     7.20
"    I6.50
i WORLD NEWS IN PARAGRAPH
A Symposium of What is Happening in
t
All Parts of the World
We make our profit by shipping in car load lots, thereby paving freight rates. Bring
catalogue giving description of other goods not specified in this list to our store and we
will prove our statements.    Remember we deliver goods and set up free from breakage.
R.   IIOM'SON   &,  CO     -    REVELSTOKE, B. C.
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably   furnished   with  the  choicest the
market affords.      Bust Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $1 a day.    Monthly rate.
J.  fALBEET     ST03STE      PROP
FOUND
The Largest Stock- of Smokers'
Supplies in the Interior
OUR PRICES RIGHT! OUR   LINKS  RIGHT!
We arc the right people to do business with.
We arc carrying an especially good line this
\ ear.
Come in and we will show yon that present
for hubby, father or brother that was worrying
you.
The Cigar & Pipe Business is Our Business
and we know it like a book, and vou get the
benefit of our information.
McKinnon's Cigar Store
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged '' pioved.    Firm-Class in every respect,    All modern convenience
Large Sample Kooms.
Rata $2.00 per day        Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
Carriage and Sign
Painting
Simp in alley" back "of 15. .1. Bourne's
store, First Street.
First   Class Work Guaranteed.
Prices Reasonable
R. Z. CRAWFORD
Residence Cor. 3rd St. and Rt hsonave
Canadian Pacific Railway
EXCURSION
TO
Still in Business
Wc are Headquarters for
Pacific Coast Tested Seeds
and Roses,Shrubr,Chinese,
Japan, French and Holland
Bulbs and Ornamentals,
also Implements] Btee Supplies, Spray Pumps, Fertilizers and small fruits.
Catalogue Free.
M.   J.  HENRY
3011 Westminster Road
A. R. McDougall,    -   Manager
The city of Winnipeg is keeping tnl>
on the street car service anil threatens to exact the penalty lor failure
to comply with the charter while
the company's manager denies ever
receiving notice of any such iutention
on the part of the city.
The inquiry Into the circumstances
Burrounding the denth ol Sherman
Bpence, north of Kdmonton, has hecn
adjourned for the purpose of securing
more witnesses.
There was a division in the British
house of commons on Austen Chamberlain's preference amendent, the
government having a majority of
11)2.
The immigration Into Canada lor
eight months ol the present fiscal
I year show a big increase over the
.same period last year.
Walter Tessler and George Burch -
more were remanded for s. utence hy
.Magistrate Daly, ot Winnipeg, ou the
charge  of  forgery.
The Northwest Mounted Police are
looking for homesteaders who have
been missing since the blizzard ol a
week ago.
Two charges have been preferred
against Hon. J. U. Stratton in connection with the Farmers' Hank case.
A resolution endorsing the reciprocity agreement was carried in the
Minnesota house.
Los Angeles, California
BY SPECIAL TRAIN FROM
SEATTLE, WASH.
WEDNESDAY. FEB. 18. 1911
9:20 a. m.
FINAL RETURN LIMIT 90 DAYS
Fare from Eevelstoke to Los Argeles, Eeturn $115.60
GEO. D. SHAW
BUILDER   -A-iSJID   COlSTTIR^CTOiR,
Have your architect prepare your plans for
your new building early antl get my figures on
your work.
ESTIMATES'GIVEN.   f IRST-CLASS WORK GUARANTEED
OLD   BRANDS
Are to lie found in abundance in
our lines of WINES, LIQUORS,
etc. Our bottled goods are a
pleasure in anticipation and a joy
In realisation. They aie the best
that is bottled, rich in flavor,
delicate to the fastidious palate
and refreshing at all times. Prlcei
loweel in tbe Interior and our
swift delivery of all orders Is
M-coiid to none in the  Dominion.
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.. Ltd.
importers ard Dealers in Puro Wines, Llquore, Clgare and Cigarettes
THE CANADIAN  BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., President
ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manaoer
Above fare includes berth and meals from
Seattle on the going trip.
For full information regarding those and other
excursion rates, apply to nearest C. P. Ry. Agent,
or to
R. G  McNeliie,
District Passenger Agent,
Calgary, Alta.
—a—a——1 iih ——————
E.   G.   BURR1DGE
Tinsmith Repairs, Hot Air, Pipe
and Furnace work
-WORK   SHOP-
Oonnaught Ave.   -   Revelstoke
SNOWSHOES
New Line
Stirrup  Attached
86.50
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -   Revelstolie, B. C.
Edson Lois
Just a few of tbem left
Call Barly and Make Vour Choice
BOMB N'Ki;
Revelstoke Properly
FOR SALE
Hay, Oats, Wheat,Bran
and Shorts
GEO. MATHESON & CO.
Ol'ini* :    tor.   McKenzie Ave,
and SKCOND SlHKBT
l'lloNI*   ii.
I
THIRD STREET
CEMENT BLOCKS
Manufactured tor ah oikm« of  b iildiuji
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE CLAY AND FIRE BRICK*
For Main in hriia or small qr ant Hies
at thfl lowest prices fur cash
All kinds of Luildiuit nud ulttstaritig
ULilertukeu
Foote & Pradolini,
REVELSTOKE
Several arrests have lieen made in
connection with the craft cases in
Oxford  county,  Ontario.
Tlie city ot Portage la I'rairic may
buy thc plant of the electrical company of that city.
In a public debate at Dauphin,
Man., thc principle of a state university was endorsed.
Many improvements and the expansion of the C.P.H. telegraph system in Dritish (.'olumbia are contemplated.
Regina, a re-olution endorsing the
action of the government in moving
for the lowering of the tarifl walls
was passed.
The question of civic government,
by commission will not be proceeded
with by the Winnipeg city council,
though power to make the change if
found desirable will be asked of the
legislature.
The Winnipeg civic bonrd oi works
has a detinue proposal to submit to
the Street Railway company for thc
relief of the trattic congestion on
Main street au.l I'ortage avenue.
In a speech at the National Corn
exposition at I'olumbus, Ohio, President Taft said the reciprocity agreement would result in benefit to both
Canada anJ thc United States.
A deputation from Brandon had an
interview with Sir Wilfrid Laurier
nnd Hon. G. P. Graham regarding
a branch of the G.T.P. being built
into Brandon.
A deputation of Orangemen waited
on Sir James Whitney at Toronto to
protest against religious teaching in'
schools.
A life-size oil painting of General
llooth was presented to the National
Art Gallery, Ottawa.
Sixteen  teams  of oxen  will leave
Kdmonton  with  supplies       for tho
j north.   They  will  travel 500 miles
I north.
Tbe Tinted States consul-general in
.China reports that two million Chin-
' ese will die il relict is not forthcoming.
I An attack on the clergy by Col.
Sam. Hughes was the feature of the
session of the house of commons.
Winnipeg will be represented at the
intei national mechanical exhibition
at Chicago.
Seventeen miners perished in an
explosion in a mine at Trinidad, Col.
Forty-five  Ghlnaee gamblers       were
lined $25 each in police court at Van-
WAiNTED
I.ISTIU)
CAPITAL, - $10,000,000
REST, - $7,000,000
COLLECTION   BUSINESS
Witli its large number of brunches, agents nml correspondent*, The
Canadian Hunk of Commerce in able to effect collections throughout
lhe world promptly and at reasonable ratal, Kates will be quoted on
application.
FOREIGN   BUSINESS
230
Cheques and drafts on nil countries of the World, drawn in sterling,
franca, marki, lire, kronen, florini, roubles or any other foreign currency,
can be negotiated Bt The Canadian Hank of Commerce at reasonable rates.
REVELBTOKt   BRANOH-F. M. GIBSON. MGR.
Ore Car Gall Coal expected next week
W. B. Robertson
Great West Permanent Lrwn
Company Agency
UNION HOTEL
ARRO VHKAD, H r.
H|iecial Attention given to cotnineruta
men slid tourists. Fir.it-olaiw eatnpli
rooms. Klnrst scenery in British Colons-
bia, overlooking I'pper Arrow l.nke.
W. J. Lightburne, Prop,
Fruit Lands
FOR SALE
(lilenn Hay lunds in parrels of
10 nr 20 acres or in bloo, Corres-
pondenoe invited.
John Shaw. Agent.
Box 616 Arrowhead
For Sale
12 Room House, Furnished,
suitable for Rooming House, near
C.P R. Shops.    A Bargain.    For
particulars apply to
W. B. ROBERTSON.
MAGIC LANTEKN and Slides for
sale, good outlit, cheap. Thomas
Plimley, Victoria. B. C.
PRINTING PRESSES—Gordon Job
ber, (or sale, cheap. Thomas
Plimley, Victoria, B. C.
A six room house to -rent on Second street east of McKenzie avenue.
Apply H. N. Coursier. 2t.
TO LET—Seven Roomed House
Third  Street, including bath room,
hot ana cold water, electric lights,
and furnace.   Close to C.P.R. shops
Apply to L. Cashatto, Third St.
E8TRAYED—On Saturday. A Bull
Terrier Pup, brown spot around
lelt eye and ear. Advise the Mail-
Herald Office.
WANTED—Woman to cook In hotel,
wages tH.'jiJ per month. Apply ,1. li.
Young, Oouiaplix, li. C.
WANTED—Uy experienced bookkeeper and stenographer, position
anywhere around Arrow Lakes district. (Jan assist in store oi* timekeeping, lumber business, etc. Ab
stumer, references. A.M.J, care of
Mail Hkiiai.ii.
WASTED—Men and Women to learn
barber trade; only eight weeku required; stay as long as you wish
for one tuition; tools given with
each  scholarship;   best  school       in
Canada;   sltuatlana    or   locations
tarnished; catalogue mailed free;
write for particulars.—Moler by-
stem College, COD Centre street,
Calgary,  Alia.
Grandview residents in a public
meeting opposed compulsory vaccination, and passed a resolution urging
repeal of order in council.
British Columbia Electric Railway
Company expended over }5,000,000 in
extension and equipment of lines during past year.
Archbishop Ryan of Philadelphia is
dead.
j   Colonel Roosevelt gives his support
to Canadian reciprocity.
I    Twenty-seven    lives    are lost  when
ilri-dgc founders in Gulf of Mexico.
Mexican troops are reported to
have been defeated in battle with insurgents.
The King and Queen plan to      Pay
on ollicial visit to Scotland and Ireland
in July next.
Lord Charles Bereelord retires from
the British navy under the age-limit
clause.
President Taft campaigns in favor
of Canadian reciprocity, pointing out
will
in speeches how United States
I benefit.
Chief  of Police  C.  W.  Young,
Nelson,   was  presented   with  a
ol gold  in  commemoration    of
'recent marriage.
of
purse
his
The  Great  Northern  Railway
templates building a depot in
nipeg  and   running  a  fruit
to that rity arriving every
at li o'clock.
con
Win-
spectnl
morning
Sixty-one oil companies were granted certificates ol incorporation by
tlie Alberta Provincial government In
one day.
Miss Elizabeth Mcqtiade and Mr.
Percy McAlpmc were united in matrimony at Moyie, B. C.
Was
H. B. STONEX
Practical..
Machinist
Repairs of all klml* neatly done
Bicycle anil (inn work a specialty
Estimates glton on any class
of work
Front      Street,
APPLICATIONS will lio received at
Miss Clermont's West End Hospital
from bright girls wishing to tram
for nurBca; apply 1447  Barclay  St.,
Vancouver, B. 0, iw.
W.    H.    WALLACE,
ARCHITECT
Box 2H2, Hcvol.itokcB.C.
Plans  and    Specifications prepared   for    all classes   ot buildings,
Etc.     Draughting and Blue Print
Ing
Pearl .Smith, aged Is jeers,
arrested nl CotliUgWOod hnrged with
the murder of her child, which was
.'ound Iro/.cn to death.
W. Furbe. h negro charged with ai
faulting  a   white   woman  at  Clarks -
burg,  lino  txi-n sentenced to lie hanged March 6th.
Mrs. Insbclla Smart, mother ol
Chief .Smart ol the Calgary fire department, is dead.
The Itenerary ol    the     Manitoba
technical commission special commission, started Saturday, includes Michigan. Wisconsin, Illinois, New York,
Mnssaclnictts,     Nova   8cotia,     Now
HARVEY, McCAHTEIt
AND PINKHAM,' Brunswick and Ontario
Barristers,  Solicitors,  Etc.
Imperial  Hank Building Revel
stoke, B. C,
Money to Loan.
OdlceB—Rovelstoke,   B.   O
Cranbrook, B. C.
Oeo. 8. MeCarter,
A, M. Pinkham,
Revelstoke,
The Canadian Pacific and Canadian
Northern  will apj»eal to the supreme
I court at Ottawa in connection     with
and    |the r"lln* of th* railway commlssiou
regard ins rates between Fort William
and Regina.
I. A. Harvey,     At the annual meeting of the Can-
Crauhrook    adlan    council   of     agriculture     at | bo mended as well as shoes
Calgary is given a population ot
55,1  " by  the directory people.
Thc Imperial Oil Co. may enlarge
their Sarnia plant one-third.
Jos. Gimblett has been elected rres
ident of Hamilton  Labor  Council.
Brantlord's kindergarten teachers
will receive an increase in salaries.
Some 15,000 sheep have been lost
in the snowstorms around Coutts,
Alba.
Burlington district fruit growers
hive passed a resolution- opposing
reciprocity.
Two loaded coal cars at Brockvillo
broke through the trestle and fell 60
feet.
T. M. Barry, grocer, Tamworth,
waa seriously burned by an explosion
ol  acetylene.
Jos. Moss was arrested at North
Bay, charged with robbing Phillip
Adams' jewelry shop of $200.
Robert Hall, ex-Mayor of Brandon,
and prominent in the west as a grain
grower,  is dead,  aged  63.
John Wardell. of Blenheim, is the
new president ui the Western Ontario
Clay Products Association.
Chas. Looking, a young Englishman, was lined 15 and costs at Guelph for doing a "peeping Tom" stunt.
it has cost the Great Northern rail
way JD.oi.'U to keep open from snow a
stretch of 60 miles in Manitoba.
W. P, Marten, C.P.R. local freight
agent at Montreal, has been given
charge of the freight steamship service at Vancouver.
For offering Ins company to a
llraiitlor.l young lady while walking
along Brant avenue and finally hugging and kissing her against her wish
lirval Saunders, a young man Was
fined (25 or sixty days by Magistrate
Howell.
AROUND  THE  HOUSE.
Add a handtul ot chopped parsley
ur union to thc veal when cooking.
It improves it ns much as mint adds
to the lamb.
Sln-os of orange may be served with
afternoon tea instead ot lemon. They
should be about the samo sizo as
slices ol lemon.
Sowing machine needles may bo
used much longer It when the points
begin to get dull they arc rubbed on
a piece of emeryboard.
Eclair .shells filled with chicken
snla.l, liberally dressed with mnyon-
aise, are a fav0ntc dish at Sunday
teas in «n old New York homo.
If a lamp wick will not work easily tiy pulling out a tlnead at each
edge. Thii will make it i/lightly
smaller, and generally en J tbo difficulty.
One ol the Very "timeliest tipps"
. one on the end of your rubber.
Few people realize that rubbers may Wednesday, fed. i:.th. 1911,
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EQUITABLE  FOR  HAMILTON
In a game much more exciting
than the score would indicate, the
Hamilton rink won from D. Rae's
link the E.ratable cup yesterday nf
the name  of  Blaine  Jones.
menl.   by
'Josh suys thai within a tew months
Jones  will have A.I  Wolgast's    number.
First     baso     iiosltloii on the Mil-
Canaidlens may  tie Ottawa, but   the It was pleasing to find S. J. Snooks
chance Is bo remote that the honors, and W,  J, Zulch halting so well for
with the season scarcely half through South Africa; they had not previous
an* conceded to ihe Ottawas. ly realised all  the expectations     of
Heme, Koss and Johnston did good Iheir friends, and ('.. A. Faulkner was
work  on  the defence  Imt   the Wan.ler- to   the  lore   with   another   Ihree figure
ers   forward   line   was   weak,   llarragh compilation,   His   batting   in   the   <Vn*
aad   Shore   were   brilliant,   but.    none tipodeB   this   winter   has   been   see,, id
..i   lhe  other  Ottawa     players seemed only  to  that, uf Trumper,  and an ex-
to overexert themselves.   The line-up ceedingly good second.
Kmcst,
ternoon   and   inn.I nially   lin,shed   up waukee team  looks  to  he crlss-cross-
the local bonspiel ior the season. The cd with jinks trimming, Dan McGann
score  was ll  tu -i, and great      credit committed suicide;   Pal   Hynes  6  who
is  given  the   winners for  their splen- played Ihe ling before Una,  wns mnr-
did playing in  this the linnl      game, dcrc.l, and Quate  Ilateman,  who  lid,I
an!  the.:   winning  Irom  Dave      Rae, lhe job just   before  Ilyn,..s,  was stnh-
whi   Ie conceded t.. he une    of     th,' bed and nearly killed  in g row  with
best curlers ..: the city.     Tbe   'spiel Charley Dexterm.
all  through has furnished a  heap    of 	
port gbout  th,' long      winter
months an I ha ■ en the held   for
._■    :    the   City,    ll   has      shown.
-   _-,::, :   .*. It b   the  splendid  work    ci
teams when away from home,     that
Istoki   has a lot ..f curlers   who
,    il .  .-.   anywhei .* and  hold      then
■*:. amefng tin* best uf them. It
would be superfluous to enumerate
them hen* a- they an I their ability
are so well known tu local spurt en
tbusiasts. Hit the fact that they
exist here goes t.. prove that a bon-
s| lei I '* '* * itsldei - could he invited Would make the event of Hi.'
winter sens.m and Bhould he agitated
next season long before the winter
months are upon us. This paper will
do everything in its power to make
such an event a success if somebody
takes the  initiative.
In the game of yesterday nftcin ion
the splendid work uf Dr. Humilton,
the skip, practically won the game
for his rink. Luck attended him all
right, just us bad luck attended his
opponent, but all the same the Doc.
put up a good game. The uersonell
of the rinks were as follows:—
B. A. Lawson, T. Cronyn, .I. Mas-
son,  Dr.   Hamilton,  skip.—ll.
A. T. Connelly,  H. M.  Parry,
N. Coursier, D. M. Rae, skip.—I
SOCCER LEAGUE GAMES
London,    Keli.      13.—Three  football
•.inns   were   played   today   in   the   big
league.   Jn   lhe   lii.it   division   Totten
haul   Hotspurs   had   llle   best   ul   M i.l
dlesborough by 6 to -. in the second
division Itulii on i.eai Bradford by -l
tu 0 an.l Stockport County wen ens-
lly Irom Birmingham to tha line of
:  to  1
BLACK SMOKE UN Till': MOVE,
Chicago, Feb. 13.— Jack ,1, hnsun,
■ h .iiui. n pugilist. Is I...lay on his
way tu California, seeking a clime,
he said, hefore leaving here, win'.*,,
he could run his autos without their
being up to iheir hubs in snow. John
.;un said lie would stay i.n the const
nt least Iwo months, nfter which
he might either go to England for
ihe coronation, or take a trip tu
Vustralia,
was:
OTTAWA
Leseur	
Lake  	
SI. ire   	
Darragh ..
Walsh   	
Ridpath ..
Coal
Point
Cover
Rover
Centre
Right  Wing
Left  Wing
WANDERERS
  Heme
 Ross
 Johnston
 Glass
Kerr 	
Referee, Johnnie llnnuui;
play,  Reg Percival.
C. P. K.'s VICTORS
In a game  played oil
lust
night
resulted in a win for the C.I
.R.'t
ov-
er  the Dent's   by a majority
of
74'
pins, as follow's;
C. P.  It.
Mason     ...Lit
Ml
152
Munro   132
138
117
Junes    J3
117
122
Ranun   177
172
146
Roe 12'J
114
1611
665
6S2
706
2053
DENT'S
Macd; nald   154
133
110
Paterson  149
'.12
100
Heard   13S
154
133
rtson  125
126
157
171
130
i.bl
676
63'J
V.IT.I
OTTAWA'S    HEAT     WANDERER'S,
Ottawa,      Feb.   12.- Chalk  up      tha
.until  stralgnt  win  tor Ottawa.      In
.hen   liflh home  game ot th'  National  Hockey  association seres,   played
at ibe local arena on Saturday night
Lhe unbeaten league lenders nnl pros
}i  j pective custodians of the Stanley cup
I for I'.u i. again vanquished their   old
•Ivals,   tha  Wanderers.      In   the    lirst
leriod   the  Wanderers  displayed   such
m exceptionally good defensive game
hat   Ihere  was  no  score,   but   in   the
econ.l  and   third   periods  the   inv nc
id,. Ottawa seven outgeneraled     the
.isitors, leading nt  the close ol    the
.'cuiid by 3 to l, an.l registering In
he final  period  6 goals to the  Wan -
lerers 3.
The score at  the conclusion of  the
latch was thus 'J    to 4 for    Ottawa,
ittawn accordingly pushed the    Wan-
ierers down  into  third position      in
he    National      Hockey    association
nd made certain of the    champion-
llip.    There is just a possibility thai
BRILLIANT ORIOKBT.
Brilliant  cricket has been tho feature ot the cricket matches thus   far
played between Australia nnd Si .ut li
Africa. Except for W.J. Whitty's performance in the second engagement,
ihere has hcen nothing extraordinary
in the way ol howling while the fielding has been mixed—excellent us regards to ground work, but weak in
the matter of catching. As to tho
character of the run-getting, however, there can he no two opinions
Bach match has produced its crop
of big individual scores, uud ill tha
third game, whieh came to a close at
Adelaide, .seems to have been the
must fructuoUB of the lot. Hy his
splendid innings of 211 (not out),
Victor Trumper demonstrated beyond
nil doubt that he has recovered his
abilities of 100*2. In that year his
form was wonderful. He mude eleven
centuries ill England, nnd 5,571) runs
in .ill innings. And tbe way in whicli
ihey were made! In the interim,
Trumper has had some disappointing
seasons,  but now, at    the     age      of
MANAGERS'  IDEA,
i    Baltimore,      Md.,    Feb.     13.—  The
Eastern League pern mt  winners will
at the end of the coming season play
a    ilost-season     scrie-  of  live  games
, with an all-star  team,  managed    by
the leader of the     club that finishes
second.       This decision wns the feature of to-day's session of the Eastern
League delegates.   Two    players   will
llylanl   be chosen  from  eaeh  Hastctn   League
club   by   President   Harrow,   and     the
Small  manager of the second team,      Thi
games will be played under rules slm-
Qardner 'I|U' to those of ibe National Corn-
Judge of mission governing the world's series,
lhe players shnrini: lhe receipts ol
Ihe lirst four games; the winirnr
team to get sixty per cent, of the
money and the loser forty per cent.
President Barrow suggested Ibis series, an I the club owners agreed with
him that the scheme was a good one,
ns the players of the learns that finish first and second will thus get
some extra nn n •■*,, end the Eastern
League will be given valuable publicity.
Thare wns a discussion of plans to
In lbe Wm 11 roi ilie Kstate ol
II   l>. Iii.vi.es. di <-,. ii-o.l.
Notice is hereby given thai nil oieil-
;. .«..,,,!   •' .... i. , ' u.im      i.   t
Estate of  Ernest It. B. Baynes, lute if
Meliil.wn, li, 0,,ileCH died il
Kevelstoke on or ubout tbe 17ih   da
ol Dioenii ■ r,   I'.ilu,   * ro   i i| H •     to
,-r  il   ii tile uii'leraic,ne '  Sulleni-i'*-   for
li vd L, Baynes mnl Knbeit  Ho* son
AdnjiuisiratniBof iho Ests'n ol
deceased, within HO  dijs   (mm
full psrtioulars  o1   their claims, duly
eiilieil, m.il 1 lint* after   tli.it lime   the
suit! Administrators   will   proceed   to
distribute   the   said   estate   nninicsl
tlioi-e entitled thereto reenril he\. g bad
only lo Unite   eluinis   ol    which   said
Administrators shall   have   then   re
ceivi il nolice.
P.ii.il Jauusry 10th, l.lll
li.Mivi y, MoCahteh & Pinkham,
Sdi'itut- [ur I). v i 11 I. Mayors
ai il li bert ll< v<noii, Administrators of the Estate el -s'll
il ..eiceil. .Ill MM
NOTICE
Revelstoke Land  District.
District of West Koolcnay.
Take notice thut Mary Ann "Bain,
ot Revolstoke. B. C, occupation mar
riod woman, intends to apply for
permission to purchase tho following
described lands.
Oommenelng ut a post planted at
tho uorth west corner of T.L. or lot
said 6140, uud marked M.A.D south east
da e ', corner post, theme west about 80
chains to tho east line of lot 7965,
thenco north about 40 chains to tho
Lake foreshore, thenco along said
shore lino in a north easterly direction about eighty chaius, and thenco
south about 80 chains co point of
commencement.
Dated Dec. l!)tk, 1910.
MARY ANN BAIN,
"Per F. W. Terry, Agent.
obtain hlgbar classification Ilim the
I'acilic Const, West,'in and .Southern
Lenguo, nnl Presid nt Harrow inl
J. J. Stein, Buffalo, will continue to
serve on this committee and advance
arguments to tha National Commission to obtain certain privileges.
The club ownars approved President
Harrow's selection of umpires, nn.l
also his plans to keep both th: officials nnd the players well up to thidr
work.
NOTICE TO Cf.EO.IOtiS
In the Matter of ibe E-unte ol August
i        Johnson, deoeast d.
.Nolice ii- lien by given that all cred
it-or* 'iml others having ebiinis ngeiutsl
j (lie  Eltllte of   \llglli-l  JilllllSOU,    lute o
Kivel-loke, It. C , il. ce.-is id, « ll di.e
at Revelstoke on ur about lbe 8 li dnv
of .September, l'.UO, nre ri quired to
I (>enri to the undersigned S bolt-rn 'oi
William It Hubert-sou,   Administrator
ofthe Es Hleol hiiii il. cen-ul     wilhiii
i IIO dnvB ll'om dnte full   |mrticnlnra   ol
ibeir eluim", Uu y  ver.li d,   mid   tlml
Iter lino lime lie on nl  .'.dinnu.-l i ntul
will proeeid   to   distribute   the   snid
est at.' ninong't lb B1   en lil led    lieieto
regard being Innl only  in ihu«t claims
uf   wlui'li   sniil    Administrator t-hnll
havo t ben received notice.
Dshd January 10th, 1911.
HAKVKV   MO   AHTfciU &   I'l.NKHAM,
Snli'itnrs for \\ il imn H   li .. iti-
t-on, Ad mi nil* tra lor ol  ihn K-'ftte
u   i.,,,- m,i.i ,i, ee i-,.I .111 COM
HAPPINESS
The editor sat is his "easy chair"—
No doubt you've beard that before.
NOTICE TO CTECITCRS
.1  Job
thirty-three, he has restarted" where  He  thoughtfully scratched  his  pallid
pate
While his feet
I
CORLEY'S BEATEN
Thf Corley House on Monday evening was beaten by the V.M.C.A.
team by a total ol only two puis.
Th.s game is conceded to be one o!
the closest matches ever played on
the association's alleys. The scores
were as follows
il.EV.
.Munro  116
Knight  119
129
StorM ... 122
Mitchell 110
li.- left off eight years ago.  His cent
my at n critical period in the second
linings enabled Australia to win th
recent  test match at  Melbourne,  and
his  display  in  the  first  innings      at
Adelaide tliis week facing a total   at
182, and     merp Mi's from U13    crack
Australian batsmen would have been
all  too  small  contributions.   It      so
happened that Warren Bardsley    was  His  lanky form bent  over bis desk,
the only other man who topped the     His countenance all aglow.
half-century,  although     V.  Ransford  For n?xi his heart, in   bis    rumpled
r'nehed it.       However, with Trumper j       vest,
compiling 211, there was no cause for |   He had two seatB for the s-iow.
distress whon the first innings ended.   Troy,   N.Y. Con   Mhck»y.
shuttled on the floor,
The seat of his chair was made     of
wood,
Anl the back was badly bent.
He was writing a story of     tnllllon-
;       aires—
Tho' he had nary a rent.
Mews nu
■'
*   ■
596
Y.M.C.A.
146
 144
 131
 IJ.:
 140
i .-1   "18   '■      -''' ■
K UK AT LYTTLE.
In a  gBLie   <jf  basketball  at  thi   V
.'■■ .' i   '■' ■ la   even ng, Bi iei a team
beat Lyttle's by a score ol    • •■   li
i tSEBALL Si ITES.
*
.   ' 1 ,.    N..i,   wl,
.. team a ■
1 '. - ai
As I
■
. turn t
D iki     F«iii 11,  ii  . ma it
1   .*.
ce
Scan league i* nnai I
: .    SI    *
Ing *■; lea .. •. ai  Laki
N   .)    ami      • pel ma len
training    imp I     the
Manage)   Jesse Burketf       th    Wol
■ -. 1 iui, .1* 1 n the .
another  team  . •
1   ;* ;b.'  Nc.v   El ie  ,*• iinnn
Thc Bt. Louts Ami 1 * an   have   n
,    . :  to  waive ou Tom   .1 *.-..■    of  Dl
troit,  and  the chances  nre  that   I
will peri'crm   once  more    with       tb
■Drowns.
Edward 0   Barrow
•ler.t  uf the East'rn league, has   a
■  , ted thc invitation ol Jack  Dunn
to witness the opening game al Bai
' mi,'re.
The  South   Vtlantlc     league
1; p'ci ,1 salary limit of 11900
■ .ui; 1 ng Ui managtrs'
ary. Each club will i.e allowed
1 111. thirteen men.
.1 .sh   Lev,.re  ol  tb"  'Hants tins    *n
light a   .-i. inder Ins mnnat'c-
lll lbe Mult  I ..I   llie   liai
T .luiii's, deceased
Notice in hereby given I bat all end
om mid oilier*- b .vine clmm- ngnii si
be Estate Ol .1   llu T. J   blip,    In e   ol
ilev, l-ioke, B  C . deceits, il,   tthn  died
at Sloamous on or aboul ti e  llib dsy
of Angus', lllll), Hre 1 i| iiipd  to   send
to 1 In undersigned Sul,cilors lor  Martha Jai" Jones and   Thomas   Kilpatrick, Ada inistratr x mul   Administrator of the Estate ol snid deceasid, within HO dny- limn   dale   full   pnrlicnl irs
f 1 lit ii olsiniB, duly vei,I'nil, and Hint
■ Iter thnt (Ime the   said   Administratrix nud Adminisirntor   will   proceed
loilist.litiUtet.be snid   estate   nniDiigt-l
tbove eulitlid   thereto   remind   being
had only to those cln ms ol ulneb n.iiil
Adtniuintrslrix    ami     Admiuiatratoi
sh«ll have tin •> received nolice.
1) t.,1 dm u.>n 111 h, 1911 .111 fiOd
llAliVKY, Vo^AUTER & I'lXKHAM,
Solicitors li r M.r' lis J.,ne Jones
and Tb inns Kilpntriuk, Admin-
istrstrx and Atimii istrator ol
the E-t-ue nf said deoeitsed,
NOTICE
itevelstoke Lund  District.
iiistiict ol West Kooteuay.
Take notice that Thomas Hope, ol
Uevelstoko, 11. C, occupation lard
lroreman, intends to apply 'or permission to purchase tbe followijg do
scribed lunds.
Commencing at a post plaai.'d
uboul hull a nine in a soutiieriy direction irom lot 76-3*5 and by the
north cast corner of R. Evans' [,ie-
eruption, marked T.ll. t.orth wibl
corner posl, thenco south -nl' chains,
thence eust 2U chuius, thenco north
lu chains, thenco west 21) ehd'.US it
point ol coiuiucucement.
Bated Dec. 17th, l'JIO.
THOMAS HOPE.
Per !•'. W. Terry, Agent.
LAND     ACT    NOTICE.
Rovelstoke Lan,. Uisirict.
District ot Wesl Kootenay.
Tako notice lhat H. W. Crawford,
of Uerrard, 1). 0., occupation engineer, intends to apply for permission to purchase lhe following do-
ucribed lauds:
Commencing at a post planted ten
chains from the south east corner ol
Kullmer's Pre-emption, Lot 7491,
thenco west 4(1 chaius along tho south
boundary of Lot 7491, thence south
20 chains, thence cast 40 chains,
thence north 20 chains to point of
commencement. Oontaining eighty
teres more or less. Located hy,
HECTOR WALKER CRAWFORD.
Dated December 2nd, 19*10.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ul Jamei
In the Mntter ol ill   Enate
A. Magee, iliemoi d.
Notice is hereby given lhat all creditors and Otlll is having elanns agninst
Ik E-tate of Jitnen A Mng'e, late ol
Chase, H C, deceased, who died nt
Itevt l-toke 011 or nb ut the   14th    Hay
I November, 1010, a.e rtquiied to
send 10 tbe uii'lt li-'gied ti. I.ellois lor
.-imp E. Magee, K.vcn.ll.x ol lbe Inst
will i*( -aid deceased, witbiu 00 dnys
from date lull particulars ot their
clnini*, duly verified, a-(I ilint after
th't date the snid Executrix will   pro
NOTICE
Kevelstoke  Luuu  District.
District of Vvost Kooteuay.
'lane uotico that Abraham Ako
huisl, of Nuiueld, England, occupation, pit Foreman, intends to apply
ior pcrnnssiou to purchase the follow
.ug described lands.
Commencing at a post planted
about hull a milo in a uortheny direction from lot Gllu uorth west coin
er post and marked A.A. south wctt
corner post, thenco east alio 11 tl)
chains to the lino ol lot ib&o
Uionnic) th-uce north abaat 40
chains to the north west cornar ol
101. St>8<5, thence east about 2u , han.
lo the south west corner ot lot 7581,
■.heuee north to the Lake SUors,
thenco about 8U chains westerly Id-
lowing along tho Lake shore lino urd
ihence south about 40 chaius to tbe
po.ut of commencement.
Dated Dec. 19th  ,l'JIO.
ABRAHAM AKEHURST,
Per F. W. Terry, Agent.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke  Land  District.
District ol  Wc6t Kootenay.
Take notice that I, J. H. Selkirk,
of Vancouver, occupation, real estate
agent, intend to apply for permission to purchase tho following described lands.
Commencing at a post planted 20
chains west of the S.E.C. of L. 7&S3
thenco south 41} chains, thenco cast
IU chains, thence south 40 cbains,
thence east 4U chaius, thence north
40 chains, thence cast 10 chains,
thenco nurthbO chains, thenco vest
40 chains, thence south 20 chaius,
thence  wesl 20  chains  to point      ol
ted    to   diftribu'c   tin-   s-'id    estnte!commencement,  contain.ng  440 acres.
anionpBt those entitled  thereto regard
it ing bad   * uty   lo   those   claims   of
which said Executrix 1 iinil   have  I hen
received notice.
Dated January 10'h, 1011.
llAHVEY, MoCARTEH i  1'l.NKIlAM,
Solicitors  1 I   Surah    K.   Magee,
Executrix of the    Last    Will   'f
deceased. Jlltio.i
Itevelstoke L-tnd Dioirioc.
District ol Wesl Kuotenay.
Take ni tice'that William Kennedy,
.f Keveli-toke, B. C, occupation, Spec-,
ial Countable, intends to npply lor permission t" iii.il.-.* ibe following de-
■.cribed lunds.
Commencing at s post, plnntcd nt
t.i e i-onlb-easl, comer of Lot filKi'.l,
1 bent e north 40 chains, Ihence west
20 cbains to pic-enipiion No. tili'2,
Hence north 40 chnins, 1 hence east 80
ahalns, thence toutli lift ehains to Lot
No 8946, thenoe west 40 ohaine, thence
.nub 16 ohaius to Lot No, 1189, thenco
west 20 chains to point ol commencement,
Dated Jennarv 7 1., 1011.
WILLIAM  KENNEDY.
I'er I   W, Bniu, Agent.
Dated Dec. 23, 891U
J. H. SELKIRK.
Dec31 Per  R.   Smith,  Agent.
1 ike 1.mi 1 Dlati let.
1 ..I Weni  Kootenay.
lake aotlce thai  the Canadian Pa
elflc  Railway Company  Intends     to
apply im permission   to   lease     the
li    rl ied lands
Commencing al a post planted   on
* line ul 1 pper Arrow   Lake;
laid pust  hearing South  11     degrees
un i*   ul   221   feel   Iiiiiii' til.'
. ...   I   COI ie 1   ill   llluek   I'.I  of  the
. .-. iii. I town ui* ul Nakusp, in
• 197 0 I Airowoead, ami dlati ct; 1 hence Westei ly along suid
1. ,1 dl tance ol 38*50 leei to
a poinl. mod ii.'ini bein Ing Bouth tl
: ,'iei-., me 1 ,1 1 tance ol nm feet
li om the Iliad hi ick ol Bouth     leg
. ip Wye, th. ,1. - i„, Mi, ,nto thc
Waters "f Upper Arrow Lake n dis
1 u,.. .*f SC (eel. th ti i. Easterly and
1 irallel to tbe Bhore line at said
,ake a distance ol S*M leet, thm-e
North a distance ol !0fl leet to true
[..nt  of commencement,    eonta ning
"0 1 ncres more or Innl
hut. d February Rth, 1911,
ih- Canadian pacific Railway Company, Per E, W. Ilatetnna, Local
linhi uf Way and Lease Agent, Vancouver.
NOTICE
Revelstoke Land  District.
District ot West Kootenay.
Take notice that William Drown, ol
Revelstoke, D. C, occupation, Clerk,
intends to apply for permission to
purchase tho following described
lands.
Commencing at a post planted at
the north west corner ot lot 6140,
marked W. li. south west corner post
thence east 40 cbains, thenco north
40 chains, thonco west 40 chains,
thenco south -lu chains to point of
commencement.
Dated Dec. 19th, 1910.
WILLIAM'DROWN,
Tor V. W. Terry, Agent.
NOTICE
Revelstoko Land District.
District of Wost liootonuy.
Tako notico thut Silas Maddock
ilrook, of Lethbrldgo, occupation,
.vlerchant, Intends to npply (or permission to purchaso thu lollowing described lauds.
Commencing ut n post planted at
he south east corner of ot 7lMii,
.md marked S.M.ll north west post,
ihence south 40 chains, thence east
ill chains, thence north 40 chains,
..hence west 40 chains to point ot
1 inn meuccment.
Daiod Dec. 10th, 1910.
SILAS  MADDOCK BROOK.
Per K. W. Terry, Agent.
NOTICE
Revelstoko Laud District
District of West Kootenay.
Take Notico tuat ■!, D. McCarthy,
ot Rovelstoke, li. v., occupation,
-.ouuucuir, iuu.uu to upply ior a
.ictuse to prospect 101 coal an-i petroleum on the 10..owing uescnoed
.auds.
Commencing at a post plante-d
auoiiL three miles South 01 Arrowhead, li. fi., aud ou the bouih side
ji crunoerry oroek and opposiio the
.uouin ol said cress; theuce east SO
. uauis, thence south su chuus, thence
.vest   SU   cuaius,     thenco   north    60
1n1.ii:.,  in uli  hiu acres.
imlcil lU.s iich duy of Dec, 1910.
D. McCarthy, Locator.
Per J. O. Dradiey, Agent.
NOTICE
Revelstoke Laud District.
District of  West Kootenay.
Tune notice lhat James Peters, ot
.vuttield, Euglaud, occupation, bricd
.ayor, inteuds to apply tor permis-
oion to purchase tbu lollowing de-
..cnucd lands.
1 oiiiiiteaciiig at a post planted at
iho south west, coiner 01 lot m.*-...,
..u.i miiihed E.J.P. south east corner
post, thence west twenty chuius,
.Heine north forty cua.ns, thenco
east twenty chains, thenco south fOi-
. y chains to poiut of commencement.
Dated December 24th, 1910.
JAMES PETERS.
Dec31        I'er Fred,  C. Terry, Agent.
NOTICE
Rovelstoko  Land  District.
District ot Wesl Kootenay.
Take Notico lhat 1, A. J. McDonell
of Revelstoko, 11. V., occupuliou,
ilotel Proprietor, intend to apply
ior a license to prospect for coal aud
petroleum on tho following described
lands.
Commencing at a post planted
about three miles South ol Arrowhead, i). C, and on the south side
of Cranberry Crock and opposito the
mouth ot said Creek; thenco west 80
chains, thence south 80 chans, thence
cast SO chains, thonco uoi'th 80 chains
in all nm acres.
Dated this 14th day of Dec., 1910.
A. J. McDonell, Locator.
I'er J. O. Dradiey, Agent.
NOTICE
Revelstoke Lnnd District.
District ol West Kootenay.
Take notice that George A. Stewart, ol Rev'elstoke, B.C., occupation
gentleman, intends to apply lor permission to purchase the following described lands.
Commencing nt a post planted at
tho south west corner of lot 796S,
marked Q.A.8. north west poet,
thence cast 40 chains, thctco :.. uii
nix chains to thc north east corner
of lot &I07, thence west 25 chains to
tlio north west coiner of lot 8407,
thence south 34 chains, thenco west
1.1 chains, thence north 40 chains to
point   of   1 i.iiiiiiei.ii inenl.
Dated Dec. 16th, 1910.
OHIO.  A.   STEWART,
Per K. W. Terry, Agent.
HOMESTEAD   KOR   SALE
One hundred and sixty acres ol
good land, verj little clearing, situated on Eagle Lake, Chllco River;
close to Skinner's Ranch.
Price, 17..10 per acre; One Dollar
per acre cnsli, balance ln one, two.
three and lour years.
For full particulars, write to P. 0.
Box 175ti, Vancouver, B. C.        It.
NOTICE
Rovelstoko Lnnd  District
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that 1, Mary Belkirk,
of Vancouver, occupation, married
woman, intends to apply lor permission to purchase thc following
.ieiuTihcd lands.
Commencing at a post, planted at
the N. E. Corner ol Lot 6140 G.I.,
and marked M. S.'s S. E. Corner,
thence north 80 chaius, thence west
-a chains, thence south 40 chains,
thence east 20 chains, thence smith
10 chains, thence oast 50 chains
to point ol commencement, containing 480 acres.
Dated January 9th, 1911.
MARY BELKIRK.
Per O. P. Smith, Agent,
NOTICE
Revelstoke Land District.
District ol West Kootenay.
Take notice that Mary Cornelius
Brook, ot [,1'ihbi nli-e, occupation,
married woman, Intends to apply for
permission to purchase tbe lollowing
described lands.
Commencing at a post planted at
iho south cast corner ol lot 7045,
marked M.C.B. north cant, corner
post, thence west 40 chains to the
line ol lot 2453, thence south along
said line about 40 chains to the line
ot lot H300, thence east 40 chains
along said line, thence north 40
hains to point ol commencement.
Dated Dec. 16th, 1910.
MARY CORNELIUS BROOK,
Per F. W, Terry, A»ent,
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i THIS    ZMI^Ill-IBIEIRJLLID,    EEVELSTOKE
*(■:   DAY, FEB. UTH, 1911.
tufimmrwa
February Bargains
In All Departments
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. £. Jtume & Co.. limited
.Mail   nr    Telephone   your
orders.    Have uur Traveller
cull.    Send tbe children to
the store or come yourself.
No order too large or too
small for us to bandit'.
A Bargain in Shoes S4.25
Have you considered that a pair of PATENT
LEATHER GOODYEAR WELTBft) SHOES at
this price is something which you will not see again
in a long while? Think it ever—do you remember
what jou paid for your laet pair? Tbis price includes several lineB of gun-metal calf and vici-kid
that are the acme of shoemaking. Also a line of
" Doctor's Specials"—heavy viscol soleB, leather lined,
blucher cut, either in box calf or vici-kid.
They are all the product of .1. it T. Bell and are
all up to their well known standard of shoe making.
Every pair bears the UNION LABEL. Regular
$5.50 and $(i values.
Until Saturday Night $4.25
These Shoes will not be sent out on approval
We have on our shelves about TWENTY of this
season's up-to-date overcoats which we must clear out
as soon as possible. These coats all bear the well
known 20th Century label, and are bench tailored
not factory made. They come in gray and black
cloths with a sprinkling of stripes ; both -15 and 50
inch lengths. Not one of these coats sold regulaily
'or leBs than $20, but for one week only they wil. be
on sale at a price. Sizes 30 to 14. Watch our \ c.
Kenzie Avenue Window.
$14 Each
Our up to date methods of
merchandising always insures a
new fresh stock each season.
Huge piles of New, Fresh
Spring (1911) Goods are being
opened up for your inspection
every day now.
Special lines of " Old Country
Goods," splendidly bought are
here and at fair and comparitive
values in any market.
Women*' Drawers
Knit, natural and white,
all sizes. Splendid for the
Spring season; 50c. goods at
what you need of these at
25c. Each
New Arrivals
The following are a few of
the many new lines we have
just put in stock :
Ruchings
Patent Leather Belts
Elastic Belts
Fancy Collars
Neckwear
Spring Gloves
Spring Hose
Silks
Waists and Blouses
Barretts
Hair Ornaments
to
A job lot of Torchon and
Val. I-aces came along to us
at a snap. You will recognize a bargain in these. You
will find them spread out on
a table on Thursday and Friday.   Pick what you want at
5c. Per Yard
Ribbon Specia
Taffeta Ribbon, I.J inches
wide, all colore, nice ptiff ribbon for Hair Howe, will tie
well and  hold shape.   Special
15c. per yd.
Silk Bdrgain
For (hone who did not get a
chance at our Silk Bargain on
Monday we will have another
bargain for Thursday and
Friday. This is a :>00 yard
lot of Mebtelaines, Taffetas,
Tamolines, in a lot of good
shades, S5c and Ifi Silk for
50c per yd.
See The Windows
White Bed Spreads
Lovely new snow white Bed
Spreads and Counterpane?,
fresh from the Old Country, a
special fine large size spread
for a Thuri-day and Friday
bargain at
$2.90
Hi Powders
Why not buy the brand of Hnl.ini; Powder that
yon know will please you. No other article is of
mure Importance to you than linking powder. You
want it good, pure and cheap. That's tlie way you
net it when you buy Price'.-1. II iz., l2oz., LMIb. and
•Mb. cant".     No loss, no spoilage, no trouble in Price's.
We bave jupt received a large shipment of new
Iruit. Tbe celebrated Sunkist Oranges in four different sizes and prices, These arc all navel oranges ai d
new flock. Also a lull line of Grape-fruit, Lemons,
and Bananas. You will lind our stock of winter
apples tht largest and best assortment in the ci'y.
J
On these chilly evening! you will feel better lot a
little syrup on your pancakes or bread. Wc hnve
the best assortment for you to choose from: Corn
Syrup, a very tasty and clear syrup, in 21b., Gib. and
101b., cans; Imperial Maple Syrup in quart*?, \ gallons and gallon cans; LyU's Golden Syrup iu 'Jib.
cans; Saowshoe Syrup, the syrup with a Havo-. in ".lb
car.s; Pride of Canada, the PC UK MAPLE Sy.up in
quart bottles; .lava Cane and Honey 1 trips.
luilii- department we are always able to quote
prices. We are in a position to lill from the smallest
to the largest orders. Always a new stock of Swift's
Premium Bacon on band. (Lard in 31b., 51h , 101b.,
and 20ib. pails. Mince Meat, Butter and Eggs always in stock.
Two more f care of feed just arrived. Tbe^best
quality on the market today. Timothy Hayj[No, 1,
Dairy Chops, Wheat, Shorts, Bran, Flatted i'ats,
(-racked Corn, and No. 1 White Oats.
Sifnal Shirts
•lu-t the thing for th*- working man; neatly made
coat shirts.   Tlnv wear, they Bt, they look neat and
attractive.    Hark blua only, hut it won't hide.
$1.50 Each
Dry Goods Department
Second Floor
Take   the   Elevator
C. B. Hume Sr Co. Limited
DEPARTMENT  STORE
Revelstoke and Arrowhead
Watch the Windows
Tor Special Lines
During February WEDNESDAY, FEB, i.Vl'li, 1911.
TL'IKIE]   ^^^.iri-IIER^LXiID/i^EVIDrjSTOKZli!
New Spring Goods
Embroideries and Laces.
New All-Over Nets.
Nainsook. India Linen, Mad-
apolin. Long Cloths.
Suiting
Indian    Head,    Fancy   White   Muslin,
I   len Suiting,  Rellicour Suiting, Check and
Zepln rs.
English Gingham
A nice  line
..: fast color;
pei
War-
Boots and Shoes
Fifteen Cases Wu Spring Styles.
Men's Famous Striders.
Inns' and Misses' Ironclad
For Misses
Calf
Hoots  for
and Vici Kid
Misses
Sizes
atenl
Calf,
4 i--',
department
Shoes.
For Children
n small children's sizes we I
Come in and look around
in.I   inspect   our   fine
lave .
our
sloe
liox
5>
i full
shoe
k   of
REID <& YOUNG
ST. VALENTINE DAY
IT
COMING HINTS
Moving Pictures at  the Edison Theatre to-night.
Today and  i* m Synod     meet
ing in oddfellows' Hall.
Feb.   W—Shirt   Waist   Dame,   Selkirk
Hall.
i -i'iIcketers Concert in      the
opera House,
Fob. ?1—Banquet at V.M.C.A.
February 2:;—.1. B. C. Concert In the
Methodist church,
I—B,    I L.  1-:.     Shirt      Waist
Dance at Selkirk Hall*
Allen  Flayers,   Edii-mi   theatre,       on
March 13th.
I.O.O.F.   -VI  Home, opera house,   tm
March 10th.
March   it—St. Patrick's Day   entertainment under ausplcoa ol ladles
ol R. C. church.
April 18—Ladies'   Vuxiliary to tho B.
ot R. T.   Dante in Opera House.
nl 21-  M -   ...   entei ta ntiniit      at
St. Peter'e church.
THE CITY IN BRIEF
A
WHITE   CLOVER   HONEY
\v
Ii,ivi-just received a shipment ot White Clover Htuiev put up in
livi- lb. cans, which we will jiuarantee to be absolutely Pure Honey,
and as tills is the season for honey we would advise you to try thia il
vou wish to get lhe genuine article,
WAGSTAFFE'S  JAMS
The name "WagstalTe speaks (or itself in regard to qunlity. We have
.1 full assortment ol this Pure Jain including Strawberry, Raspberry,
Peach. Plum, Black Currant and Apiicot.,
A. HOBSON,        Baker and Grocer.
Festive and Sentimental Cus'omi
in Hope in Early Days ot
Rome—tn Honor of Pagan Gods
Yesterday was St. Valentine Day.
1.11.I our citizens gave and sent many
comic and .sentinu nlal expressions In
'ue (.nui of cards and boxes.
As a matter of fact St. Valentino
had little to do with the festive and
M'litiiiientnl customs now associated
with his name. He was a priest
martyred in the third century. The
connection of his particular day with
itlie romantic observances in vogue
arose from tlie fact thai il occurred
at lhc same date as lhc least celebrated in honor of the pagan deities
Fan nnd Juno. (In this occasion il
was the practice in ancient Rome,
amid a variety of ccremonlee, Tut
young men and maidens to ascertaiu
by tbe drawing of mottoes, and by
mi,, device and another, as lo who
their hie partners would be. In the
passing away of the heal ben festival,
ilus custom wus still retained, an.l
lue pastors of the enrly church, unable to uproot the superstition, sub-
si iintcd ilia name ol lhe early martyr for Iiiiii. of thc goddosses.
And so lias come lhc sen,lini,' of
love-ladden missives, the playing of
sanies of hearts, the exchanging of
pretty tokens—the Invoking of the
small god with the Imw and quiver
of arrows.
CORRESFDKDENCE
Insurance
Is one of the most import'
ant items in your business
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, LTD.
will  look aftei'  Ihis branch   of
the business for you.
Kootenay Agencies, Ltd.
Successors to Kincaid & Anderson
Whist   tournament   Thursday, Feb
at   ..i.i ::. i'.**«s  Hall* B
Mr   y. v.    Laing will address   thei —-
Young Men's  Meeting at the  Y.M.C.     Don't forget  the shirt  wa.st  dsncj
_\    :-. Sunday afternoon. under the auspices of Naomi Re
Mr   Moore   *•:     Vancouver, arrived  Lodge, No. 21. I.O.O.F., ln    aid    ol
to     lake      the1 the  tuberculosis sanitarium  at Tran-
place vacated by  Mr   Waters in
Editor Mail Herald;—
Dear   Sir,    In   your   repoi t     of    thi'
city council mooting on Friday oven
Ing, Feb. liilli, you reforrod to my
demanding $135 as a deliberate hold'
up.  but  you did not publish  my Com-
iiiiinicai n n    an.l let,   the ratepayers
of Uevelstoke rend and Judge for
themselves whether it wns a hold-up
rn* nol. 1 don't i'eter to those ratepayers lhal have been sleeping (or
the last leu months and have just
awakened. Vour report read that
it. is alleged that tho pump was broken by men at the power house. 1 did
nol Bay who bloke lhe pump, surely
the aldermen don't mean to insinuate lhal. their engineer thnt. hns prov
ed such nn expensive luxury to the
ratepayers would lake a broken
pump from my place to lbe power
house to do the work required to bo
.lone there. However, if there aro
any of those aldermen who are not
mechanical englnoors themselves who
want to know how they broke the
pump nt.     the power      house   I      can
tell them,   Mr. Haflner thought
city council more than fair. Is
ibe engineer bit In charge of
building of the power planl
Smith, Kerry an.l Chace, that allowed the cosl of ibe building to nearly
double llie original estimate? As I
am u ratepayer myself I hope his
n.lvico will prove as advantageous to
1 hi' city as bis services did.
1 spent four hundred dollars installing a power plant to supply water
to my farm, this plnnt iH rendered
useless now for tho want of the
pump nn.l I have to molt snow an.l
"rustle" water the best way 1 can.
I enclose you the communication referred lo anl nsk ils insertion in
your paper, fours,
JULIUS CASHATO.
Itevelstoke.   Feb.   llth.
the
ho
the
by
Up Against It Again
In compliance  with  the    Provincial
government's order, it.  is compulsory
that all persons should be vaccinated
at  once   unless  Ihey  have   been       so
treated within the past, seven    years.
The o'dor  which  has  none forth  is
as follows:
"Every   resident    of    Ihis  province
shall forthwith be vaccinated or produce, to the medical  health ollicer, of
the district or municipality where lie   lige mo  without nny  further  "eliew-
tng" over it. I aid not hesitate to
tnke tny pump mil of my well where
il was in good working order nn.l
give it over to them when they explained to mc they were n a ihf
tlculty.   They apieeil  to pay me live
Rovolstoke.  Feb.   1(1,  19*11
To the Oity Clerk:—
Dear Sir,—1 enclose you a bill tor
you to present to the city council
that   I   expect   they   vlll   pay   and ob
oe she resides n certificate or proof
of successful vaccination within the
preceding seven years, or a certilicate that such person is at the present insusceptible ,,l vaccination, or
a certificate of physical unfitness for
vaccination.   Such certilicate  shall be  dollars n day  for every  day
from a duly qualified
titioner."
medical    prac-
the
ns Bank.
... after Easter
event will be an entertainment under
:...  , St    * .1.; 's      chuich
.-.;«. by Mrs. McVlty.
C.W. Young, chief
of Nelsol Mrs. l'it-
1, took ] lace at Cranbrook, B.C.,
"   n '.hv   .ast   week.
Th.. ladies       th    R.C. church   will
1  «■ --  :   .:: an., ir  on Thurs -
'.-'■*     . • .     Ci me  ...i   - 30      an 1
get   :   thi   ...•: ws Hall.
ng    Peb    uth       the
.   '•'. e cl        -nil       have
1.11  •  ■ i All      tramps su      far
through
•' rti   ■ '. 'he member.-    ol      the
the a ;iy     dimtn - -
jiiillo,
;;th.
li.  C,
in Belkirk Hall,    I   ;
At the Bdisi n Theatre tonight will
repeated the  program of Monday
The races at the rink  will  be po»t-
.  February _':.
Allan Thomsoi      eci
r M.i'.a.,
B.  C,  to attend  ih
eremony of thi  new v.m i   *.
ing then' and to maki
or the
.1st.
Mr. Rudyard K
to a f: ie: '
* - from    Ki. .-•    • • rlaod
"I am mon
•  *
rocity
•
,11  th.
w   E   Do
■ -.-enl   at   Vn
erann
Hit  been
:i on
i eter -   Moose
will
...rmat.on  service  the
1
.   Id      a
*
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■ctor
Funeral ot Victor Anderson
The Talagry News-Telegram ol Saturday last reports thc following:
A large number of tbe friends and
colleagues of the late Victor Ander-
si n, the C.P.H. roadmaster, who was
killed at Moose daw last Saturdny,
attended the funeral, whicli took
place  here   yesterday.
After leaving the undertaking parlors, the body was conveyed to Knox
church where a luneral service was
conducted by the Rev. J.A. Clark the
pastor. The pallbearers were D.
Morrisi n, J. N. Rankin, A. F. Turn-
bull, A. MacTavleh, J. Cooper, and
D    Uton.
The  late  Mr.   Anderson   was      con-
I  a 1th th • Mas, a 1   order,    and
the    (loral    tributes    were
iths  (rum  the  K.   of  P.  lodges nt
daw   and    Revelstoke,      the
    until
the pump wns returned to me in the
same perfect condition that thoy received it. They s.-nt back the pump
broken to such an extent that It
cannot be repaired to do the same
work. Therefore I want the city to
provide mc with a pump of similar
pattern and capacity, capable of doing thc snme amount of work nnd
subject to my approval.
The sooner the city council gets
busy and settles this account thc
better. I have no desire to subject the ratepayers of Uevelstoke to
nny more losses, as 1 th nk they have
already paid for enough dead lumber.
JULIUS   CASHATO.
Moose  Jaw,  Uehec-
• toke.  an.l Royal Arch
Superintendent
-   an.l officials of the C,  P.
C P It. stall     Mi .
Jaw •    and     Mis.    An.ler
11   ... Parsons, M.P.P.,
: 1    .1.. . list,      tore-
- .my.
  Aas  t,  years old
machinery to work ., ... had resided
ng And the threatened for *ome time
clun
I ke	
Is ei
timi   -
taide ..-.I) a
ot ti       - •>
a
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great I        tli ie  .-':.
atloi ■
;    .. - * -   I
mad,--  .• ty . *     . » light
hea I quarters »f I
■he t,
nl dac:e is part.*-      I   1
Bews' Drug Store
TALLY   CARDS    (many   stylo*)
INVITATION  CARDS
scone PAD8
Bews' Drug Store
* v..,. Hui      Bl
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hOUld     be
Br found,       a
,n'cr  will    repeal  them ;i
\' a    a     ■ .1,1 1.
.inin indable ser
vice wai   rendered  ly   the choir,    in
eluding    anthem     solos nnd dts I
Mi.  Thorpe,  11.     a tor,  Rave n nlmn
nnd   inter'';' ■       on   H>6    sub
i.ii   "is Rverybodj  iinppy."       Mi
'iiiiii* that  iiiippi
wns a in n ii'n of the mull
mtlier thnn 111 Ins . 1 I In.nnl upon
outside circumstances The service
all i)iio"i'i Interesting,      |
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•    •    -                     .ih r.*  i.y his
:. *.-   bad '.i* a for
it   if friends.
Sound Financial Company
From the Inst quarterly statement
of Dow, Fraser & Co., l.t-d., Vancouver, it would appear that that
Institution is in a most nourishing
condition 1111.1 has the best of standing in the commercial world. Tbe
concern is well otlicorod nnd financed,
1 esides having excellent references
from bankers nnl other reputable
institutions. The last quarterly statement issued Nov. 30, 1910, we herewith append:—
ABSBTS.
Cash on hand  » 2,008.30
Cash  bank  B.N.A.—
Current Ace 88.S49.61
Savings Ace  20,000.011
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Immigration Rush On
in* immigia-
■ , la   for   1 •! i
England will
ll outs
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Available    cash  	
Real   Kstato,  Securities
First  hens   68,018.97
U llateral lonlls ... 10,277.a.'.
Shares owned  in full,
ensh  value       19,600.06
■ -late est ... 81,798.96
66,417.91
Total   Investments
Furniture  A  Fit .
Safety    depi
128,590.47
I. hn -a
:  ...
Act      !<<■<*.
2,466 86
6,874 66
Total   "
,{198,848 88
LIABILITIES
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$198,348.18
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—Harper's  ... i
Revelstoke Cricket Club
A pleasant evening v ill be given al the
Opera House.   Monday, Feb.   20th, 1911
t .ui."*.;, mi; at 8 p*in. Sharp
I nm ei I
ADMISSION
Mi
l'i. lures
i
Hi'  I
llll ll.lsi'll    ll
* '
50 Cents
ol the t'luli
Jus! Two Weeks
Aro now left for Our Removal Sale and wc intend
to hurry out a lot of goods in that time. Prices
far below their value and quality above the average, go together at this Sale. We have made lots
of room for new goods Cor spring and thev will
soon be to hand and during the final weeks of
this sale we tue going to give you better prices
than ever.   Watch this space.   It will pay you.
RUBBERS! The sloppy weather is here, and
every one needs a good pair of rubbers. We arc
going to clear out every pair we have in stock:
Ladies'Cloth Top Rubbers Now $1
Storm Rubbers "   75c
Misses'  Storm   Rubbers,  II
to 2   "   55c
Child's Storm   Rubbers,   4
to IO 1-2     "   50c
LADIES' BELTS—About six dozen, in nice
leather, elastic and silk. Almost all colors and
sizes.    Reg. prices 50c. to $1.00.    Now 2-r>c. each.
FINE LISLE HOSE-It will pay you to
buy your summer hosier) at this sale. We have
a Bplendid line of Ladies' Fine Lisle Hose, both
lace and plain, in black, white, tan, cardinal, pink
and blue. Tbey are splendid value at 40c, but
we are putting Ihem on sale at 25c. a pair.
NEW  PRINTS AND  GINGHAMS-
\\e have just opened a new lot ol prints in both
light and dark and a lot of line checked gingham.
Regular 16c bnd 18c. goods, but we are still selling them tit 12J.C.
ODD LINEN SALE—ThiB week wc are
going to close out all the odd pieces in our drawn
and fancy linens. The variety is too great to
quote prices, but we will make a showing in our
window and it will be worth looking at. Every
piece will be plainly marked with prices.
il
Your Winter Overcoat or Suit
If you haven't purchased them yet you
had better conic and look at our large
and complete assortment. Wc can suit
the most fastidious in the clothing line.
MeKinnon & Sutherland
Fit-Ret or m Clothing
Foot-Rite Shoe
Biq Reductions in Underwear
We have some odd lots in Underwear embracing
Some of the best of our regular lines which we are
offering at a very low price.
Men's Fleece-lined, Penman's.    Reg. 75c.    Now 50c.
Min's Truro Knit, all wool.     Reg. $1.25.~~Now90c
Men's Heavy Fleece-lined, Brown. Reg. $1.    Now 75c.
Men's Heavy all wool.    Reg. 1.50     Now    fl.
Boys' fleece lined, Reg. 45c. io 55c.	
 Now 30c. to 40c.
Soys'  Turnbulis. Reg. 50c. to 85c. Now 35c.  io 65c.
McRae Mercantile Company, Limited
The Style Shop for Men and Boys Who Know
*■»
J
I,
WILUAM I. BMOOB, ROBERT SMITH.
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc. I'rovincial Laml  Hiiveynr.
Solicitors   f.-r -Tlii    Canadian Hank Mining Hurvpjror,
of Commerce, The Molsons Bank, KnKlneertng
Kit. Mckenzie avr„
t-'IHdT STREET   -   Uevelstoke. B.C
BOX   106,   RiSVBLSTUKB.

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