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Array The Mail-Hepald
Vol. 16-No. 20
REVELSTOKE. B. C. MAKCII 16. 1910
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A Genuine
Bargain
PUBLIC FUNERAL
See our windows for Bargains
in Enamelled ware. All the
best makes of England and
Germany.
TEAPOTS  in    China Enam-
• elled ware, $1.25, $1.50, $2.00
111 at 75 Cents
Teapots in Stransky Ware-
Fancy decorated and Blue
lines, all at less than cost.
Your Choice for /5c.
Fine English China Enamelled
Plates, Pitchers, Candlesticks,
for
SD Cents
See our lines of Glass Tumblers at 50 Cents a Dozen
Watch   for  our   next  cut   in
Fancy China.
Lawrence Hardware Co.
LIMITED.
Plumbing and Tinsmithing
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II. Mnli'ai lin" relatives in Ireland .
who wish tin- bod* tn In' interred in
Itevelxlnke.
\ ii  Curlumi     Imi im     relatives  that
Rogers' Pass Victims to be In- ™nd i;,;::;!;;:;;!;':;,;,";tl;r,;;:i:
terred on Friday
..I  In   tin-  local
Birds of
a Feather
Flock together they say.
You will be more than
pleased with your dinner
if you let us supply you
with meat, whether it be
ler  tin- burial  I
 ilm li  will  li- I
A   meeliiui  w„s railed  .,„ Sunday al '"V »'  l"1"''
, I  p.m., i„ Selkirk  Hull.  AMtit   of      Ul  "- '' mU ul"  l,,k" I'1'"'0    ""
ii    in I'm   member-  nf  lhe  various  lod-   -"'■ >''*'■ 	
...   ol ,'h      eit.     Id be,„,her«l Kl'NKKAl   SKKUCE.
| .......   ".. il'.n   noti.e,  ,.,  l,,l ■       Vrrnnur nt-      have  been   made    to
lii.ti.m   tow,,,,!   urine   proper  burial h«M     » '"-"'    -m™ «l  ''"'    SMkii*
„,   t|,e    ,"         .    :.          ,1m-   of  the  .lis- ""ll   '"    '•'•«"«)    '"   " ','m"   *'V<'1;       'h"
i,-,,,-  ,,   Ilo,-,,-   l>„ .iJ.t    ol   1|"'""  »'-  ''"'      '•"■",    .' "n
the   Ith  i.-t.     f ™'   ,i"'-|    .''""";'""   "'   "}}
I    The meetim.  w„-  .-ailed  , denm-l K™i.-rn..l  >"-'••""  «<»'"'«   ■»""•    '■
|H      s, ohi-ic   -     was    voted to th. ■■"■ -H" employees   nml  nil   br.in.-h*.
',-hiii,.     Ah,,-   AMi-iiitii,     wa,   "ftR. '-ItJ  «« n-lied u. ntleml.
,-              , ITS   UAI   i "111 l.i.l.
ile,-l'l,.i!   I.i  i,ilu.ur,I   ii,iti     i    l.lll.   -ii   .i- ,        ■  n ■  I
1 ,',,,'t.     ,..'   ■"  ,-,.,.--„.:.uv-        ."" I"-"-- II Wvc lho .selk.rk
meeting     At  the later meetin,:. whi.h Mall     nl  _:»i n. m.    for the cemetery
wns    well  attended.     .1.  I. - in  lho and will be headed by the  I. 0. 0.   F.
'chair,  il     was decided  t„  appoint     a   Ml j   fay   the  Scand navmn   Aid   &
, „ nnii-titi.   oi e,,r „- l'Vll"«'-hi|,    Socey.   All  other  Orders
tatives In, nd,  l.,d_e n.,,1    from «ill be  i.m.n.ed  for on  the  eround
,..,.,   ,.1,,,,-cl     .    the  -it-   to  .„      lhal Rvei'L-reens  will  he  provided   al    the
! nro,ut  niTuii.emenls   u. ie   made      for '"'"•
he I :.: nf ,1 1 ,t„- vie swho «:-  H- I'''""''  '- l»n app..mUd   a
were nol  nu, r, „.  „n,   ,.r_..ni...tin„   nmrshal     of the process itnl    will
or were without  friend., in the vicinity   handle nil  nrrnnire nts.
,  . Flowers «ill be very acceptable,
to make such  nrrnmrements:
The follnwin,    were  , limited     and All     persons    who own r.es are re-
.  (   . ,, ted    to' lend  the same for  use    ll
\aPF„T the  Oddfellows    Messrs.   R.  M.- conveyiuu     citiitens to nnd  from     th.
«..--'.'"■■;- ',-•■■ ;i";r;:o:i'.is-"" 7™.*hai.f-houday.
ner      nnil      .1.   Al.i uh un    Masons ...
Messrs.  Ilo    nnd   ■"     Knirtne-      The    Mnyor     has    granted  n    Cue
ers    Messrs.     Criri       tnd    Henderson half-holiday  ..„   .nda,   after n   lh,
,' tors   Messrs.   Pone,   „nd Bruce. « k     lo enable all branches   of    tho
Knights of IVthias-Messrs. Brork and fommumt,   to al tend   lite publi.    hn-
II,,;,..      Trainmen    Messrs.   V.   McLer oral  that   day,    a* a mark ol  m n-
,    and   Maeerison.   W ,en-\V. 1). I«.  'y""l»thy tor the vu-t.ms    in
rrVi.:;:v:;^J: = """:«';:«»»
iliini.'.-M,-,.    Parker and •I ackson. H;      ,',,  ,    ...    ,..,.„..
Oran. e,    Messrs.   Stead  nnd       U„>        ".e  I ',,. -  ■■,   ,1,,.  In,..   I.   StMu,
,„■        Foresters   Messrs.   Harte and m>-  aud   H.  Mn«.n. virtima     o^     the
Hell.       "       linavia,    Soc    -I.    Ande, *■■-" -  '' -; -'■'-. «' '\:]*?*««"',' .
 „ .    v    Hanso,       Y.M.f.A.-Mr.   ■■•'"' ■   "'""   ,1'"  **«<]«   ,l"11'   ,h"
' Ke\    '. .   \-   I''"   ■'■ ior  - t- . -.ntinj.
.iHii.HKs. 'r •• •' i1'".;;;11""  °! J1"
,;.  f. Church   M,    Vd.l     l-reshyte,     liotrers  l't-  rf.de w, 1 he .tapped a«a
i„u    ,      R    Macdonald.   Methodist,-\\     tomorrow.        bod}   ol   Jones      vu 1
,, .  ,,,  i...,.,,....    < i-k . tor    interment,
Bews. Baptist, Mr. ' ...>k.  VnBli.-an Mr.   '-" "   Keimue, ....       .
nnd  thai  oi  >■ Oliver will  u '"
..hen     \l -ti,     I'he  bodv   oi   Wheatley
The  actnc   s,.,-,vtnn   wa«   tnstructeil   '"en>   -^""" ■
..    ,. ... i  <;„      wil   be  bured  -it   Uameda,  &ask., anil
lo   ...,' -n    Messrs,    1.1 ;|. kl..'t _    III        MJ11
er,   ,..- ti    •     "i  lhc   Mali   ei       '      '      "      '    *'■ .       , -„
"he  funeral  •-'   -!-   Mel  ellanci      win
an, e-tif-nav ni, • ,-    ...
win,  had bee,   meml        -f  lo,l.e«      '""  •-"' ;   ■'•   B-   tflKcn'J	
V I"";'"'   ^ "mKMOR.AI. SKUVICK.
eave  thai   entirely   in   the  hands      ol ,-:,.,;„,.
\   meinnrinl     seruce  lor   tl,-'  \ictim-,
""' "ri" .    , i, ,■ ,. „ill l„.
It was, ■  on.M  that. • "-     l;"--     I'- '!--"'  »•  ''
commiltee   rvie«   Ihe  Mayor      ,„-l   held        -- """; -'■■"';'
 1.1     sen   e.    .ii.'l if n    House, aud .,   ,...„-.    tin,    1,     I..-
,                 ,,.   |u    at-lendai - nl  the public  the fene-
-n, \       ..       ...\ e  i                                   I .   ..      ,      i      ■    . i     i     .
.                                          nil svmpatli\ ol   Revelstoke  in the loss
•"    '   i'''1'"1' . ini-       ..-tn I,.      ..%-
i nf so miinv v.. liable bves « ill be     e\-
i •. •      . . urued.
WORK  ii!'' ' iiMMHTI.I . ]  '       , %,     ,.     ,.,,,.„...
i   , , ,iKM   OF   -      \ I' —
\l    :  • ■•    n. ol     -      "■ mittee   held "
.       .-        eoid        ..'i vei,           Phefur    serv.re  thal w.   beheld
-        - it     the i- not., lecd - yet, bu   ..mil
'    oatki
! li--.     .-   M-. M « ' VI    the    t.i   rleiw   *l I   del.ve
" v 1.1 ,,„ March : evasion,    n,    I    ■      «ell kno«„     to
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SPRING HOUSE GLEANING
Our Store is well stocked with the materials for this
necessary work. We carry ALABASTINE and
MURESCO the Sanitary Wall Finishes in all colors.
FLOORGLAZE, an excellent enamel for Floors, Oil
Cloth or Furniture.
GRAN ITI NE a hard Varnish that will stand wear.
Oil and Varnish Stains, Furniture Polish.
A full line of Sherwin-Williams Paints, Varnishes,  Linseed Oil, Handcraft Stains, White Lead, etc.
Brooms, Brushes, Mops, Soap and all kinds of Washing
Compounds.
BOURNE   BROS.
Groceries Hardware Stoves
Harness
THE CANADIAN  BANK
OF COiMMERCE
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000      Reserve, $6,000,000
DRAFTS ON   FOREIGN   COUNTRIES
Arrnngefnents have recently been completed under  which  the   branch**
of this Bank ore able to Issue brails on the principal points
in the following countries:
Austria-Hungary    Finland Ireland Russia
Belgium Formosa Italy Servia
Brazil France Japan Siam
Bulgaria Fr'ch Cochin-Chin*   Java South Africa
Coy km Germany Manchuria Straits Settlexa«att
China Great Britain Mexico Sweden
Crete Greece Norway Switzerland
Denmark Holland Persia Turkey
Egypt Iceland PhilUplne Islands     West Indiea tyj
Faroe Islands India Roumama aud oLsewbere
NO   DELAY   IN   ISSUING. FULL   PARTICULARS   ON   APPLICATION
REVELSTOKE    BRANCH—A.    H.     ALLEN,    iVGR.
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Office—Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Authorized      -      ■     $10,000,000.00
Capital Paid Up 5,000,000.00
Reserve        ...       -       5,000,000.00
Branches or Agents at all principal points in Canada.
Agents in Great Britain and United States—London, Knglard,
Lloyds Bank, Limited. Chicago—First National Bank, Corn Exchange National Bank. Seattle—Seattle National Bank. San Francisco—Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank. Spokane—Exchange
"* ' "—k.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of $1 and upward,   received, and   interest alii
current rate from date of deposit.    Correspondence solicited
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
ROGERS PASS DISASTER
lii- wedding  trip.      Hi-  wife was      in
the outfit para at Glacier ;it  the time
-^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^    o\    Ml"
.1.  ■'. Fruaer's parents  reside  '■  Fm
Bodies of Victims all Recoveredffiliii,m- "*«* ,i,e>»«*""known-
,    ,   _, . It   w.t-  merelv   .1  duke   thai   another
out Inree Japs        \w 1,1 were,,       , >
Another     -':i|i     uang  of  thU  numlier
On Monduy     the bodies ol all     the   „,.,„ „,„u,„_.  there, and had hint
ind  iiwo of   io the Pass \ky i*upper,  intending     to
,f   return.     "■   the  Jap  rrew   which  wafl
Poultry, Beef, Veal, Mutton or Pork
Green Bones Chopped for Your Chickens Daily
Tenderloins, Spare Rilis.
Steaks, Chops, Ox Tails
for Soup, Boiling am'
Stewing Meats.
We cater to particular
people and satisfy them
every time.
Phone orders promptly
attended to.
SAUSAGES   AND
COOKED MEATS
A SPECIALTY
n niemi . • il the hn I   on ear»l< or folders, ■■< thai   the entire
lhe vi tim •   woveied. runirri'iratloM will    ■     • ■   to join     in
M tyoi   ll .'!    im    beinc   |in senl   «ln-   'he -r
■ -   I u ....!,I m, ..;..,. .-   iith       I'he •'  ''■';•-  .1 .,11  tin' ehun h '   ,.
. \\ hit.'  ini'ii were reeovel
.   -   - i .     ,       MiiuIb?       -   ' - ■ I'l    requested       to
,    .      •   ■„ ;-.   .!.--■ ',  Sunduj   next, on   a"   ,1"'  JttP9  "i'1'  ''"' exception      -. ■
■ nl   --:    he  ■ ....  rial   lervice.  Tl,..   tln.v. and wero all sent  to the nnd,'.- ,:"i-'      ,;  lhe 'Hsn-ter,  ....1-   -
\      nmmil ■ »f \h    -. oil    will be asked to ] taking parlors     ol R. How.on 4: Co -","!': "l'M:    '" '    'l
Cook, lionlon.  mnl i .   ;:.  M     ... ild,     ii     '-  th,   nlntlorm  to  le .1   the m„_     ||„. bodies ol tho tin  white men  re- '""'"' '"'"  '"""'"-  "
„•„,   „,p„ hi       i .*. pari  ,.i' „v,.,,,| were: "'  ""   '!l"•■ aflc  ,1"n '"   l,ke   '
with |,..M ... |    Vie     Carlson,    wctton   foreman    at 'l""""""1 mB"'
  • ■■ -.iii.,-in.'nt-,   Glacici ''      Hi'irhes, bridfieman,    leave-
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The Passion Play
the  fnmoii     1'-,--,""   flnj
I • ■ i.   .'       il •     I n'-'-'i       1-, --,"'.     I lav   In...,        .   . .      i , ,   ,
..'11 lie bovlv  ol i.i.iil.ii   I I " led I,.   .. id
lUi't.ll'l ■'  , I '       IM        ''     ' ' ' >"'"      , , i ■   i ■       , ,
 ibei ii    .in. 1   ,,ii  tho  ndo "i   the      hi ai
and thi   Rovelntoke' .... , ,_	
.1. i;,,„la,,l.. machinist, of the  V- ■     V!' B ' '
eUtoke  diop , who .-,   ompnnied      the  ' ' ' '"""   ''      ' ''  ''",  '''"  *'"'
rotarv cro« ''"'   ''    '■'''-   hei   ol
-l    M.rl.'llaii, biidgeman, ol -	
gang. ' 	
Police Court
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i -•    and   the  ite "    •"-'   |„   ,,„„    ,,, ,|„, knive-  ul   the  lotnry.
' i«   ji'ii an opportunity ol   rullipi;,  i(  ,-,,„„ , |, to ear.       Hi
'""    '  . .■   .1 ,,!..,-.■   ,,f   mn-      ... i ....   I....I     	
bwi
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 '"      ■'  m°Mri(thl  leii  ua- al  -h-l.  npparei
.    :"     ;-        '    :"• '   '  I"'0!'0   h\   the  rotary, ami  ho had  li thei    '' m offend
"    ''' ,l"' u"!'' ;"v nl ,ll|J   bad        the  head   whioh      would
I time cathcrlnir at the little town     "' I,,,,,.,. m , ,„,     ,,,,,,,,.     ,,,. ,,.„,..      , VICIOVS DOC.
willow  in  Revelstoke, .1. Smitl
Conductoi   Uueklcj   had  applied    for   ine  n II    I) laid
leave ol abmraco and  lii-.  pa rame   -1   -■■ I -,■
'he  M"tnja\   after lho diso tcr.  lie had   two families had !»-■ ■   it duo
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.Austrian 'I   '■■      '      '        ''"   ,n ,inn
V. V. C. U . .    ,.   |„te9|   triumpha In
■ii-ranve | m(),   ,      , ,    .,,,   ,    mil     §
,.   ihem.     Thi -"   w"l   |
w,   llll'"
MAUNDRELL MEAT MARKET
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rtualit   in  from   lho    lltle i"'1""' I . , ,
1   Moving Plctursi to-night.
i  1 Ml IV.
ilTended^^roturning  to  Sarnla  to  re-   I leh ,-•■ me time, and   the
join   him  wife, after  a    lepni ition      ol   ilo<j I    I    Iwn   -     beei      i'.i
l*i yean.         One of tl In     of the
Tho i'.il iii, of A   -l..Im ion, i'""iii i,,   i bo
were Interred     at Golden  on Sunda; , i«ttn
Cm. supt.lv.    the     mosl   remarkable ■ wol.,, |ntorrod     ttt Golden on »unuay, i auacaea     »y ...e     ™, ..-.-.—--
, ,- -    Id. 1,1 -cry    lerll -,,i  otthomni nnnee    -I d  I ' ""
in they, '      of-way   - . .
^-^    -   '■-'   .i. Wollnnder, lorcmnu, had onlj   re-  eali
uonllj   iviniii.'il from  Seattle with hi-  ed al  thi  ihild.     I
liiide after an extended   ibse      foi   n i wd Yaue 2.
THE MATLHERALD REVEL^TOKT, R. C-
IVKIINKSDAV. MAKCII   Hi. YUO.
Look!  Look and Read !
Actual Comparison of Eastern Catalogue
Prices,  Freight Added, with
Howson's Prices
Winnipeg price
Weight
Freight
Total    Howson's
Price delivered
Kitchen Chairs
50c.
101b.
23c.
73c.
70c.
Kitchen Cabinet
$6.75
1501b.
$3.53
$10.72
"   $9.60
Dining Table
10.55
1651b.
3.87
14.42
'•     14.40
Dining Chairs
88c.
121b.
28c.
1.16
1.20
Dresser and Stand
8.95
1501b.
3.52
12.47
'•     13.00
.1       I.       .,
1.25
1601b.
3.76
15.01
'•     14.00
Bed
3.55
601b.
1.41
4.96
"     5.20
Bed
5.35
681b.
1.59
6.94
"      7.20
Dominion Spring
2.40
601b.
1.41
3.81
"    4.00
Child's Cot
5.10
751b.
1.76
6.86
••      7.20
Ostermore Mattress
15.00
ii
"    16.50
We make our profit by shipping in car load lots, thereby
saving freight rates. Bring catalogue giving description of other
goods not specified in this list to^our store and we will prove our
statements. Remember we deliver goods and_set up free from
breakage.
R. Howson & Co., Revelstoke, B. C.
IMPROVEMENTS     ON     POU'MTUA
IUVKK ANU AKKOW LAKES.
Spnllumrheen Itt ver—repairs to ami
extension of river bonk protection
works, 81,000.
Mr. Pugsley. This i- to make improvements i" already ex is tine protection works thai were eunstrui'ted
by the former government :i few years
ago. There has been some damage
by Btorm* nnd it i- necessary to
make repairs.
Mr.   Ooodeve.      In   reference   to   this
item,  1  would  like  to call  the  ntttuition of     ilu- hon.     Minister of Public
Works   (Mr.   Puvr-*ley)   r-.  (he   request!
made >vith  regard  in ihe repairing   of
the bank-     of  the t'olumbta river,   fn
that  case  also      the  minister  will   remember that   he had knowledge      tl il
the  governmeui   hud  tilrea i
lhe cost  of the repairs lo the
of  the  < olumbin   river   Tin
lieing     wa-h.il     ,i\\ i\.        I'he y
then taken by  the ministei   w i-
he had changed the policy
ernmeni   in   that   parti<u!ar,   u
t!it>  _'.nernmeni   wen
nny work of    hat  na
felt   that   it   whs   the ii
vitH*f   to  do   it.       I    mi   • ■ tljcctil
to  this  item.      Oi    the
\ ery  glad  to     thi-    ■•■
estimates,  bui   [
I ive   in   in
'•■-  for  othei   impi
I   -.hall  call   ,;i--
i-t.-r.     !  «rnni
jty,  be  i ise
».• 1*0*
of British I
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iheir mail  e h week owina  to that.
i To a laVge extent that would have
been obviated it the minister had seen
lit tn [mt n small appropriation in
these estimates to do the necessary
dredging nt  this  place.     Then.  1 have
also called his attention t«. the n -
sity of having some dredging done at
Kootenay lake, where similar conditions  exist,   and   uNo   lo   the  n *sit>
of havinu buoys placed in Kootenaj
lake.
Mr.   Pugsley.     Thai  would lie under
lhe department  of marine   ind fisheries
Mr.     (ioodeve. Ves,    th U   would
come under  tlii- department  more
tifiilarl).  -.>  that  I  will   le m
\\-   come  to     iii timatei   ••  the Department      of      Mali".
Howe*er,   in   regard   to   this
1  .'inlea\ i>red   to put   it   ven   :' lirly before the  minister,   I  explaim
nf  sett lei -        om I I   th
him  that   we did
-
was
■   _•
■ :
.   -
Canada —ami. therefore, it i- onl;, fair
that we should receive some consideration in regard to the matters i«. which
I have drawn ihe attention of the
minister. Durinu the first year I was
here, I had several Inten lew - with
lhe minister, and I was careful t«» lay
all th" details before him. 1- appealed
i" lii* reason tm I Fairness. I did
consider that, while he made no definite promise, he would lake thi- matter
into hi- consideration, and particularly   i"  one or  tw mes,  while perh ips
1 did nut quite underst and the position li"  t",,k.  I  concluded  there would
have been      nmoiinH  in  il timntes
he wharfs we were asking for.      I
regret   to     thej   are  not   In  th.- c-ti-
mntes at  this tini".
Mr.   Pugsley.      \|\   hon.   friend      has
lie ' "luni-
ilia   u\ ■■!• It   he     ■ iok   Bl    if	
■ -   ftp   have    itrea l\    p .—'-I       he
■  v 11 " "■   oi  improve-
river.      In    re-
refer?
1     in
ii night
■
M by
■   ■
M pieman I,
It
Scotia, and ihi- notw ithslanding lhe
fact ilun we have just completed n
public building in Vum-ouver whidi is
un.- of the lines I in the v\ hole Uomin-
ion uf Canada, and in it withstanding
lhe fact that n large number of public
buildings have recently been erected in
other perls of Uritish Columbia, I h>
not -a\ lhat we are doing loo much
in Ui'ii ish ('olumbin; I do not say
that we are dealing generously with
tlia' pro\ ince. All 1 say is thai we
arc dealing justly, fairl\ mid equi-
lalilv   \\ ith   r.riti-ii  t 'olumbin just      as
\> ek      i<> deal      with  all   thr other
pro\ in"'- of ' 'iinudii, W herever there
is      puhlii   wo rl*     meriting an  i.fipro-
priai ion      w*>      en U*t\\ or   to   n i   the
watil* oi ilir people as faiil> and as
quirk h as we can; but we cannot do
ever> thin.! at once. There are no
doubl i greal main public works in
Uritish < olumbin, us ihere are in all
lhe prin inces of Canada w h'n li arc
wnriliv of being al tended to, and
which no doubt will be attended to in
did' course; but we cannot go on and
construct all these public works at
once, because we must have regard to
the revenues of tli" countn and lo the
demand upon those revenues, T want
also io point out to my hon. friend
that we are engaged in a great work
of improving tin* Fraser river. Our
attention     has  been  strough   directed
o t he necessity of improving the en-
Lrnnce to the harbor of Vancouver. In
Uurrurd   Inlet,   Vancouver  hns  one    of
he linest   harbors in   the world;      but
ih"     entrance is      not  as u I as     il
should be, in view of the rapidly developing Irnllic, Perhaps ii enn be
Iruihfully snid that ii is dangerous.
Well, we have an appropriation in
the^e estimates, under capital account,
or the improvement of (hat entrance.
which diows that we recognize the importance of \ am .mver ;i< one of the
national ports of the country. We pro-
o-e wideninu lhe entrance tn a width
Of 1,2110 feet. Thi> is going to <-nst
in addition to the dredging, about
yiftu.iMO or R-100,000, We have also
provision in the estimates for making
a great improvement in Victoria harbor for continuing lhe dredging and
blusiing oui of the rocks for the purpose of broadening the harbor and
making ii one of the besl harbors in
the country. At Nanaimo and many
other places \\" are making improvement-. M\ hotl. friend will find in
these estimates that we arc appropriating x|:W,noo for wharfs and harbour
improvements in British Columbia,
outside altogether of the expenditure
fin dredging and these great improve-
meats  in  the  Fraser river and  in    the
irbours of Vancouver ami Victoria)
Therefore   it   my   hon.   friend   will   look
i matter- n- they are. I think lie
will conclude thai if we are not able
to do as mm h for British Columbia
pi present a- we would like to do, we
recognize the great necessities of thi--
rapid I \ d.-\ eloping and marvellously
rich portion of our Dominion.
Mi.  fl leve.      I  do not   think      the
hon,     mini-ler has  answered any      of
tl unplaint-   I   have   mad".     1   quite
agree with him that in view of the
: ipid growth of the province, the government are mil expending too much
in and around the eity of Vancouver,
und the eit\ of Victoria, on the coast
or ou the Queen Charlotte Islands,
What I un ><{>enking for i- n place 600
miles from the place the minister has
b.-.-n discussing. He started out to
•i usa lhe amount to be expended on
public works in the province; but as
item i- not  before us. 1 did not
ike up that question.    When I spoke
•   tt spenditures   in the  other  pro*
nees,  I      was  not      complaining     of
....  but   I  [minted out  that      when
jo> ernmeni   were  expending  these
-.1  money  in  other  provinces,  it
■      rea   triable that there should
expended  in  the   din-
■   I  represent       I  look tin- matter
ivitti I li" estimate! at
nf  this  parliament!
■ I  I  thing In     the
,plel .'lit   v.'ai
.-. I  loolt lhe mat-
■aid
It,i ind Rn\
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in nl"   Now,
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LIMITED.
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WHOLESALE     DEALERS     ONLY.
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THE MAIL-HERALD, RfiVILSTOKE, B. C-
Page 3
^iill§
Notice to Contractors
ARROW PARK SCHOOL.
SEALED
'Tender   for
Synapsis of Canadian Homestead Regulations
ANY available Domini"" Lnntls within tlio
Hnilwny linli in Uriiisli Columbia, may
bn hniiiasluiitiail by any iiur-on whn is llm snlo
hand nl a family.nr any male omr IS yaars"'
ana. to llinnxtiiiiliif mio-niiiirtor section nt HSU
acres morn nr lo--.
Entry must bo iniiilo porsoually at tlie li.';l
laud oflica for tho distrust in wliinh lhn lund id
sitnuto: Kutry by proxy may. hnwnvor. bn Park. will hi
mado on rnrtuin ruodltlnnB by tlio Inthor,
gmlior, sou daunhtor, brotlior or sister ol nu
into,,di.,K-homesteader. I an(J   inoludlx_S   tile   31st   dav   of   March,
The homesteader Is required to imrdirin the
conditioii.s  couuocted tliornwitb ninlor imi) i,r   1JIU,   lot'   the   erection   Mini   I'Omplel
','("l'<>A't,|0nst,s'i'"'m.;nths' residence npoo and ot » ''"'Ke one-room flume school buil-
cullivatiwi of the laud In each rear far thrw (['mir jn ||„, Ylllil' Electoral School
years. , .
(2)   If the fai.hnr lur mother, if lhn futlie-i,   Ihslni'l.
deoeasediof tlm  homesteader resides iiimiia ,     ,,, ...
tanal™itho vtolnlly of the land entered Writhe I    P'ans, specifications, contract,      and
requirements as to raaldence muto utfaflad   [orms  ll(   ,,,,„!,,,.   ,,,  v   |„.   .,,,.   .,,      ,,
by   such  person  rn-i.huK  With   the fatlmr  or
DOMINION PARLIAMENT
Ci
11
.KXDERS,    superscribed
School  lluilding, Arrow
received by the Hun.
tlm Minister of Public Works up     to
after ilu> 7ih day   if  Mar....   I'.'l'1. at
tho office of thi- Government A-„ini    •
Nelson;     ihr oflii e i f lhc I lovei anient
Agonl ai  Uovelstoke;  the office of   tl
Pennock,  Arrow  Park,  an I at tl    !'-
Secretary of iti■ ■ Si'lmnl flourd, J.  N.
mot tin .
{Hi If lhn settler ha ihll pnrmannul residence
apon fanuiim land nwuect by hon in the viola.
ity of his homestead, 'hn requirements ns to
residence may be tatlsfled by residence npon
thn snid laud
Sii months' nntioe in wriliinr should bn uivon
to thn Gnnimb_tnner ol Dominion Lands nt
Ottawa of lntentlnn '" apply fnr patent.
Coal.- Coalmining riwhi may be leased for
a poriial of twenty-nuo joars at an annual |iarliin'lit ol l'ulili. Works, Victoria.
rental of, >1 per acre. Not more than 2,560
acres shall l»n len-ed to one Individual or
compauy. A royally at thn rath of live cunts
j.er tnn shall bn collected nu the merchantable
coat miued.
W. W. CORY,
l>oputy of the Uinister of tho Interior.
N K. unauthorised publication oi thi. nd
vertiselilent will not hn paid for.
!_• r.>\\ in_   of  fruit,  ice."
■ I need ii il tvciirj llm Hiiiim- by i.-al-
inu the whole i i ihe resolution. The
boards nf iukIi have emleavored lo
press iiii- mutter on it- merits, ami |"
mil in any i mentions spirit, anil I
-■;*     [rail   that   in  view  of  Ihe revenue
received   lv    • i.i-   _mer nt   fi he
pi i.    I'.i ilisl    i oluiiibia,   the  tle-
ti  o|   u'i:    of  iii-  ,m-i i tit   ui   which      I
I -' t'efei red,      lhe  niiuibei' of i'tnmi
-     tit'   -    ' .   into it, mnl  tn.. fad thin
i_u vi liters i	
■   nt    lu   .  eates|   raihvay    rn
i'.in ' ilu     .....  plni ine     noon
Rogers Pass Disaster
KTOin  ul- Till: PASSENT.ERS.
Kpeukiiiff  of ihe  experience    of    the
ttsseneers   Mr.   Anderson   -aiil   to   lhu
that
both
il
Ill-
Ill!        \.-l\    -ui
reiiclu-cl Rogers Puss
lirst, ,■ 111s.i11_■ n- ii
while   ii   mill-   awa>
tl ther     with  it- i
Some  of  uur   |'a mm;.
tiling was
train were itn-
mile to lhe east
ii after we had
station, was the
from  il ast,
In    lite    West    was
Willi    lllll    of    lit'.-.
■i-   -iiiii   that   as
MORE BODIES RECOVERED,
On Sunday  six more bodies  were recovered   at   the   scene   of   the       Rood's
Pass disaster.     Of  these  two      were
those of     white men and  f       were
.laps. One of the hollies was . that
oi Vi-- Cttrlson, section foreman at
Glni'ler and lhe other is either J.
McClelland, lhe bridgeman, or .1.
(■oiilari'li, the machinist, Inn was nut
definitely   identified.   That   leaves   one
Seeking Ex-Members
while man ar
recovered.
MORE
o
sevi
lip-
iiur uniii wa- piissinii the scene of
llu ■ -i mi Friday ni.ht thej eould
lieai u'i.-ii rumblings on lhe mountain
sides.   I eriniulv    our   train   had       uol
LIDES  DOWN,
Miiuhiv and Monday four
slides came ilow n between
ami     Clolden, I  ui
-,   though   in   'Uie   there   was
Severul thousands of former members ul the Queen's Own Rides will assemble from all purl- of the continent ni Toronto next -June, for a reunion iu celebration of the Semi-Cen-
tennial ut the regiment. The festivities vvill commence Sal irda.v, June
ISth,  with  a  reception  at   Government
House,      Ilis    II i.   the   Lietitenant-
vel to bo Goveruur, like nrany other noiables,
being an ex-member of the crack regiment. On Sunday ti monster Church
parade     of    ox-members   and   the  pre-
 in  members will be a   unique affair.
- During the week grand historical pant geanl - on a scale onlj equn ed al
i   the Quebec Tercentenar.v, wi!' be given
|      •       ee,   I   ihinli till'}     l
■ded
'.ir\   t.u
- ' line    If ".11! inll Of:
■     -..Mill!:,!! 1      W l • 11
.tu-   mutter,
Each proposal musi  be   i   on pan •
by an accepted bunk cheque or cerl
cate of     deposit uu a chartered bank
1 of Canada, made payable tu the Hon.
- the Mini-ter uf  Public Worts, foi
.'sum equivalent   to  ten per cent  of  the
ainoiiiil   ul   lh" tender, which shall    be
NOTICE I forfeited     if ihe     party tendering
  dine to enter into conti ict when 'ailed upon to do hi. or if he fail ti      i  -
NOTICE IS  HEREBY GIVEN   that ple(e the ,(„,.,. ,.„,„,,„„.,, f ,,. ,,„
niity days from date 1  intend  to   ap-  c_eqUea  or  ,.,,.,-,,;...,,,..    ,r  ,, p,.;.      , ;
ply to     the    Chief Commissioner     of  unsuccessful   tenderers  will  I,.-  rot . ned
Lands for     purchase of land situated   ,,, thom upon ,|„ rV„ ;;|i n cf ,,,  ,   ,
srbout   16t) chains up from mouth      of   tmct.
Wood River,  post planted  about      ltjll      Tenders     wjj|    ,„,,
chains above mouth of Wood river and  iess m:ic](,     nm (1||  ,'„,. jorms gu| ,       ,
marked E.    A. Andrews,  S. Vi. comer siRnP(1  w;th  th(,  .„.,,,.,,  Bjgnaturi
post,  thence north 40 chains, east   40 tne  tenderer,   and  enclosed  in   th'e  -   -
entith
tin    purl
the
I -ire  to  brine  il   heron
■   ■    i' ,  believing   ll        lie Wi llld - ■
-ii''  ti     leal  la i       ivitl I    an.
eil   that   i     ; ii      nn"      beet
|    ti   _   .    ......       lie minisle
-    ■        has ihe i       ■      a  :..-  ....      ...,,
distinct!} heard tin- rou
ii - ..ml snow . I u'i'- ii io
.- -. .u.-ii che in is' Im'.'- -
half  a   mile  ,,f   ihe   li'acl
I •   ■    '-.'-•    a    life.
W.-  were delayed  in  p
In   an f a   small  -in
w i-i I- niTunuii!'-  i
! . I      'h.|,.
■   :r I eras
I   i.i'l,-.
.-'-".']   n,
..     I'.'l!     it
wall ..t
The
ally
did
,-  il„-  Ci
-.1 owinu
leding west
-Ini,- which
aw ;i-. .
■ Ir
sidi    .■.   . .    md   I ■       wii
still   I - ■     di    in   ih-      a., • tan   •■-
titrate,   for   ih.-   vvorl    I   havi   ■  entloi
ed, ii.nii ii... dredging "i tin   Columbin
i'-. - -       .i-i      the       ■       . 'ii .ni- un  tli..
Vci    - - -.     !•   v . iv  ,,•' h- pressing
!.■- ----i-1 .   i   would ,i-l.  him  ii !,.-     hn-
i"   view drolging   ul      KoolPiiav
Lake?
M r.   Pugslej Wi   -.....   only     one
■:'- :_- Vrrow    Lakes, and diirinu
tie- past   season  il  was enguge'1  in do-
1         ....... Improving   tin
We   keep   11   .-.t   w,,rk   where
i ■ .    be    . . m   r.'Miiii-i-ii.
.!    lh,
Y.
|l»i
ami
the
chains,  south  10 chains,   thence   west velopes furnished.
following  Wood  river  to  point of com-1    xhe lowest  or any  lender not
■nencement, snrily  accepted.
Dated this    10th day  of  December, I p   (•   GAMBLE,
1909. K.A.ANDREWS,    j Public  Works  Engineer.
W. ANDRI'WS.       Department Public Works,
Agent.
Victoria, Y.r
■ irch
1010.
evi r   i;
In th.--.-     main .--tin  .'.-  we an- mak-
■_   provision  for quite a  number     ui
tworks in  Ihiii-ii Columbia,   mid      the
fact   thai   tl ■ hers  of  v. i i- ii  my Inn
:i i.-oi!   -. ..  1..     ....   nol   prov :i!.-ii   fur   i.-
these  estimates  is  ...  proof  lhal      we
have nol   _r •      ihem eithei    ,'erj   careful     consideration    "t   pven   favorable
sideration.        Oi    course   I   cannot
tu my  ' on.  ;■ .-t.-l v, t:.., her   i hei ■
■ will   h.-  - .: ■ --.   estimates      or
tn'! .     I     .'.tn    i .a     II:     :    ;...-lt l"l.    tO -iiV
NOTICE IS  lli:.vl-.U\  GIVEN    that   ami.  Been  cultivated  for years.      Ail   th ,,    ;;iii  ., ,,     ^,. ,„ , ,., , ,,„-,-.
«Uty days from date 1   intend to   ap-  kinds of -mall   fruit.   A   g !   location I       . .,,   ...               ,  ,, ;:,lv  ,..,;,„..,„..   [
ply to    the    Chief Commissioner    of   ast  outside of .ity  limit..—84,000.00 .   to mt  ;--'    friend what
Lands for     purchase of  land situated; Half cash,   Will  -ell   or  ..-i.i   any   po ,   ,u     .    .,,.,       \ '   |     ,n  -ay     if
1 thai th.- inntiei   . ■    loint   the work al
ui timber and rock. Supt, Kilpal
rick remained un tin- scene ami re
ported he would have the line don
by io .imi mi Monday.
Freight     sent    round I
Nc-1 hn-  lieiii mu. li dcluv
i the bare piipment  un  Slocan   Lake
nut  being capable uf handling  the im -
i -c quantity  ui  congested      freight
whicli Innl     accumulated during     ihe
past    IWO   weeks.
I in- lioilv recovered mi Friday was
' that ui S. Oliver, bridgeman, of Calgary.
|     ITAKIIAI. OF C.  ANDI'RSOX.
Th.. funeral oi ihe late Charles Anderson,  who wa-  killed  in   the      great
'-1'nli.  at   Rogers   Pass   ri nt ly.       took
place "ii Sunday from iln- Selkirk
Hall. Thi- arrangements were in tho
hands ui the local lodge uf I.O.O.F.,
assisted by tin- members of tin- Sean-
Aiu&vian Aid & Fellowiiip Society.
Tin. Selkirk Hall was parked with lhe
members ni these fraternal orders as
well  a-  with oilier citizens wh
3STOTICD±l
For Sale or To Rent
Two 6-roomed houses and  I      res
•bout   140 chains  up from mouth      of   tj
Wood    river,      post  planted on north
side of river and marked P. A.    lied-
■trom, S. E. corner post, thence north
40 chains,   we-l   10 chains,  south       10
chains, cast  in chains, containing 100
acres more or less.
Dated this     PHli   day of December .
»909.
P.  A.  II EDS IROM.
G. E. HEDSTROM,
Agent.
IsTOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
■ixty days from date I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands for purchase oi land situated
alxiut 140 chains up from mouth of
Wood river, post planted on north
■ide of Wood river anil marked G, E.
Hedstrom, S. Vi. corner post, thence
north 40 chains, east 40 chains, south
40 chains to Wood river, west following river to point of commencement ,
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 Luke, B. C, occupation engineer, intend to apply for per-
nu-.-iun to purchase the following de-
■i-iiln-.l lands:—
Commencing at a poit planted ut
the N. W. corner of lot 47'JK, thence
•ast 'JO chains, thence north 30 chains,
thence west 21) chains more or less to
lake shore, thence south easterly a -
long lake shore about 30 chains to the
B. W. corner of lot 4728, thonce north
along western boundary of lot 4728
•bout 10 chains to point of commence-
■lent and containing 40 acres more or
Im*.
PERCY HAROLD PEARSE.
December 10th, 1909.
3STOTICE
Revelstoke Land District.
Distiir.1 of West Kootenay.
Take Notice tlial I, M. K. Latv.son,
nf Kevelstoke, housekeeper, inieud tn
apply for pel mission to pureliiise the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at the
Biiulb-i'itst collier of Lol H,0)I8, and
marked "M. K- Laweon'i North-we«t
Corner Post"i thence40obalni south;
thenoe lo chains wosti thence 20 chains
iiorili; thence 20 chalna easti rhence
20chains north In line of Lol 9,068;
thence along snid line lo place ol coiu-
tnenoement,
Dated October 1st h, moo.
Nov. 17 If.    MINNIE K. LAWSii.V
W \ NT 'I'.D     Tw     line.'   euu.l ,   ll-
pcitieis at   Noi.h Ilill.   Apply bj   lot-
ler, giving experience,  -'ml  wa-. v
/iei-led  lu  P,0, DoX -I,   -alin'.'U   \itu.    'imo.
»f this property.
A good     investment,
time.
E.  PICARD,
Revelstoke.
irton,
I'M-     -.
II
li,      Hi
elation.
- i lur  pine-
wining  of   huut'.
. •■  careful ,-unsid-
Eggs for Hatching
f"]!"v, -
Eggs fur hatching trom th
ing imported pure bred stocn:
S. i'. Rhode Island Reis.-S-.OO.
Silver Laced Wyandottes,—$2.00
ll.nre.I Plymouth  Rocks,—82.00
S. C. Buff Leghorn_,-*2.00
Cornish  Indian Game,—82.00
White Crested Black  Polish,—82.O0
Emdeii Geese.—83.00.
Imperial Pekin Ducks.—$1.75.
Also stock from   the above fur sale.
MRS. R. A.    UPPER.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that
sixty days after date I, -I.
Drill, occupation, tarpenter, intend to
apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands for the purchase ui il.e following described land, commencing at a
post planted about 20 chains south of
Wood River and about 160 chains irom
the mouth and marked .1. Brill S. \V.
coruer posl, thence west so chain-,
north 20 chains to bank of Wood river, thence following south bank of
Wood River ea.-terly about B0 chains,
theme   'JO   chain-     south   to point       oi
commencement,  containing  160    acres,
more or less.
Dated  Ihis imh day uf Dec,     1909
J.   PHUT.,
G. E.  Hedstrom, Agent.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that fiO days
from date I, W. Andrews, occupation,
miner, intend to apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands, to purchase
the following described land, situated
about 200 chains trom mouth of Wood
River and a post plumed on south
side of river and marked Vi. Andrews
N. E. corner post, thence south 40
chains, west 40 chair.s, north 4"
chains to point of Wood river, thence
following bank ..! Wood river to point
of oommebcement, ontaining ICo ac-
ri-s more ur less.
Dated this 10th day of Dec.      1908
V ANDREWS.
NOTICE,
TAKE NOTICE that 1 intend to
make application to thi Superintendent of Provincial Police for a transfer
of retail liquor license "f lie I'm i
Hotel, Camborne, B, C, - « iii by
me to II. il. Wii'-.
Dated this  ISth day of Feb.  1910,
J. A. TUEW.
~.m'.!'iiiv   morning    iln
-■ni   disaster  reached  us,
id a  iiiii daj -    vv.- w.-i-i
prisoners   within   these   gi_autic   snow
w;iil-.      Ami yel   wiih only  lhe  dining
■ :ii-  and  station    restaurant   availabli
tin   food  supplies,  ■:■-  one  seemed      o
I..-  gretith   alarmed  among   ihosi
passengers,  not   e\ mi   ll ■   women
children.      These    were mainly   •
- nd    11 lion."
DREW  A  Vl\ 111 PICTURE.
"Tie-     C.  1'.   I-,', uiii,ials treated    iis-
lijindsotnely,      _':vin_    us   these  tii-kci-
fur the dining -ac ami for tin- restaur
ant,"    -ai!    Mr.     Anderson,   showing
wiiai  he now  regards   i-  souvenirs.
,    , ,     Inrni'il  mil   io   pav   a   hnal   triliute
'Ami they deserve even greater creel-j _       , ,      .,.,'    ,,       A1   ^   AI
i-  iui- their efforts in getting us oul uf
thai  '!-.:!'.'' added Mr. Anderson, "hor
- mutely im- us this wus made possible
hy  tin- existence 6f another  track,    a
I  ■  •   '-i   'I id   main  line,   about     a
mile    ind    i   hall   long,  bending   round
'.ii  -  sort "I semi-circle from tlie other
newer     portion .-ailed tlie summit
line,  and  built   about   a  year  n_u.   li
vv.;- mi tlii- new portion thai  ihe dis-
■ ler . iccurred.
"When the wuik ui clearing the
•M-k was completed we began to
n . • .■ ;. : -.. tirsl time in liu hours.
I'.iu ii ii uk ii- from 3 a.m. until nearly 11 to get a -tart that meant any
himl uf speed. We pas-mi under a
number ui snow -lul- un thi.- scnii-
. ii. 1.. I'm.-, .ui.i i.n illy reached the outer   Wull !
Iu   -,-v.rai  thousand  performers  un the
Jfu-i.la!,-   Vthletii   Grounds.      In    .
tion,    there    wi!    bi    Humeri
i un.-  .-:' old   . .'im.nl.-.
I Mii'    .•-.,.iv    tuvvn   an-!     i-v        111
ihe Dominion, and     in many in     tha
I niii-d  States  and  elsew! ere,    it.,   men
w In,  have  -•■' -. .•-!   in   I lie t^ueeu' *  0
and   lie-   Semi-Centennial   Committee is
.!.-- un i-     ,.i    ■.<■: ■ n.j     pel -un.iik in
touch with ae inaiiv uf them a- possible. Tu tlml end, h will greatly
facilitate matters ii the ex-members
wIi e ihi vvill at ..ne communicate vvitli iin- permunein secretary,
Mi. i,. I. Rid ll.-. :lil kin- Street, I-:..
Toronto, .iim! prevail upon all the
other ex-members th--v know to dd
il,,- same. Mr. Riddle will promptly
-..in!  ih.-in  particulars.
Alberta Crisis Over
Edmonton,   March   I'-1   Tin-   crisis    in
lhe   Miieita Government ended abrupt-
had ly bisi  night     when  Attorney General
t,. Cross  took  hi-  seat  and  Premier  Rutin- deceased.     The Rev. XL G. Melvin therford     announced  thnt   lie  Innl  ac-
conducted       the   funeral   service,   after ''epted       esignntions   .-mi  all   port-
which  ilm remains  were conveyed     lu i"1'"- would lie held a-  hitherto.   One
the cemetery followed  by  tin-  I.n.n.I-', exception  i-   the  portfolio  of  minister
am!  S.A.F.S.     Ai   the grave side both '" work-, which vvill be Idled immedia-
orders   read   iheir   respective       funeral tely.
services,  and   Mr.   Melvin   wiih   prayer      Division on want of i
committed     the body    to the   earth. Government  wa-
Beautiful     wreaths    from   the  Orders by  three v..t	
and  Rebckahs ■->i><I others covered  ilm ■
coffin.
taken,   hut   was   lost
NOTICE.
Early Navigation
TAKE NOTICE that I intend to
Montreal, Man-h 12-With the St- lake application to the Superintend-
Lawrence river clear between Quebec «nt ol Provincial Police for a transfer
ami Three Rivers and a distinct move- °* ™v H"™ '>™nse of the Beaton
ment of the ice between Victoriabrid- Hote'. Beaton, B. C. now held by
ge  ami    T'liii.-     pier,  the indications  me- t0 J- A- Thew-
slope.
I1
iieioii in tin: history of Montrea,.
Dated  this  15th day  of Feb.   1910.
lmol A. EVANS.
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Heavy Work all men should wear
AMES-H
PROSPECTOR
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AMES
I HOLDEN
'S/idlt.S   ARE MA0£
for mn ,ik
^>ir mi ii
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 lhc shoe -there are slipshod, "no-good " shoes into
which good leather has been put, and which may even fit perfect!;.', but
they lack the touch of the real workman. Thread and naib wont hold
a boot together and make it give perfect service it must be bou:-.d together with integrity. The "unseen things" about a boot mu:t be
right these ccunt for much in the service you get, and it is just because
of the hidden worth of the Ames-Holden shoe because cf the workmanship—tee stitch on stitch attention to detail the inspection at every
step -that you get a bigger dollar's worth every time you insist upon
buying the Ames-Holdon Shoe- the perfect shoe for men.
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TtiE mail-herald revelstoke. b c.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH !(!, WIO.
Zhe ADaiUlbcralfc
PUBLISHED \VKI)NKX'i\Y ANU
SATUUIl.iY   AT
REVELSTOKE. B.   C.
3ntc.to. flMibitsbtng Company,
Limited
Subscription   Rates
IncliiiliiiK posia_u to _u_lund, United States
uiul iiiiiitulii.
Uy Uiu year [through uosloitioe]	
Half
yuarlur
$1.W
1.S0
1.IHI
IFOR   EEITT
Several   houses,    Furnished
and   Unfurnished
IFOIR   S_A_LE
Dwelling houses from $1275
upward.
Building Lots in all parts of
City at prices ranging from
$100 up.
THE MINES
REVELSTOKE GENERAL AGENCIES. LU.
REAL   ESTATE,   1.1 l-K,   KIRK   AND   ACCIDENT   INSURANCE
J'JH . 111.\T inu promptly executed at reasonable ratlin,
TEEMS—Cash,   SubacriptiouB payable In ua
vuiieir.
ADVERTISING   RATES.
Legal notice*10ceuui nor lino ilr-t Insertion,
fioonts per lino ouch lUibsoiiuotil liinurtlon
M.-11-.iii-iinii-m. Noiiiiiirii 1 |i'j lim-iniiki-onu
inoll).     .--iiiii-    .in.l    tfi'llural   liii-nn---  llll-
nmn itn-ni- $J.3n   pur inch  por month.
I'l-iiIiM-i-i-it  ii.iMii.ni-,   .'.    por   .-.-ni.    ii'l-
llilkU'll.    Illlili-,    Al in ..i«i-.    .mil    Di'.llll.-,
..-,-     i-.u-li    ni-i-l-l liill.
Land    Icon   t'.M    All advertisement
siiini-i-i to Lho approval of tho uianaKomonl
Wu .1 and i'..inI od Ailvortl mini
Ak.-mI- ll,inl.-il. Help   VVillltod,  Sllil.ilinll-
wiuiii-il.    m;.i,Hum-     Vacant,    Touchers
Wuiilod, Mechanics IV.miud, M words or
loss He., i-.n-i.    "Mi' ii   lino   1"   cents.
Changes In -i ui.iin„ advertisements iiiiist.1   »
in- in by ii a. in.   I in-liny and Krldaj  of |   ^
uieii wi-i-k in - iro 4n."I display,
COHKKsi'OSIiKNil-. Invited  on matters,ol
public interest.   Communications to Kill-1
tor  must  In-  aooouipanled   by   inline  of   will   In   gaol   I'"   contempt   ...   mi      i-    llu   IHirii  si mini   -,,:.!-.  m.eil,,-,
writer, not iiooessarlly (o  pubueailon, but   wiiiihl   a  newspaper  niuu  milking  -imi-   .-ill   reversinnar'    iniere-i*   iiver  to   the
as ovldenoo uf good faith.   Correspondence .-.,„,      -, ,
should lie brief. lur  charges  und  comments.   No     mull   n;   for Kl.llllll,       Ihi ..   i simp
_==                                                      | «ho   believes   In-  Im-  n  good  ense  nnd mil  iln- Citj   ' uuin-il   if tlml   limp,  lie-
,-i.nrt-   full   investigation   will,   lioweves iuu    ii-.,-   ■ .           ...  i-piiuiml   v.-iliie   nf
lake iidvnliliige of lii-  position ns     n '.In-  .. i'- r   il'iiviI        '..-.   it,  Tl
member   ni      tin-   Legislature   to   utter ni   -ale   uas  drawn   up.   nil I   iiiiiliudly
slander   and   >oek   in   avoid   I        ■■" —    appnived   hi       ll :        and      Judge
oiieiiees,  -.. liiul   it   i-  now   Mr.      Mm" Sproul    ■ ''       lul;     "■     lied  ii.   I'.m      it
gowun's  iiuii   in  publish   tl           iii - ni'"  I'oiin.i                                      ■  'oiiii-
,.. „vei   I.i-  -'"ii   -iirnatiire  in a  sipiaro -II   wa.-  .-i-i-.i---!   -                 i-pu.liale  lhe
an.I   hiiiinrable  manlier,   and   (live    the   deal   ..i  ii-  preil	
nublii   :l.i.   names   ..i   ilie     ,i_-    whom eal   ipiililile  lhal   llm eity   '.., '  .uni  led
im  .,,,ii-,.-  uf     being  guilty    of '2    In nitneli  ed, ami
things.      In   i ;, i   ii   is   up    n             ■■■ iln-  i iu   of   llevi l-l.i ie,   ioi    the      lir-t
ue-   themselves   to court    i fu      n lime   in   it-   history,    ,-■'    , ,-   (o      its
galiotl,       am!       it'   Mr.   ^ .   . iw'n      will credit,   went   ,.n   reenl'il  :i         I   i-i-lial-ir
,,,,,,,.  t,m   ,,i  the   pi il ■ of an    i-i   suilieii'iil   in  damn   lhe      I  il
i- entary      prii il''-'-    lie ind    fedil oi   .-i-.   ■ '■■-.
REVELSTOKE, U.I'.   |„ „,   i ,.,,   i..    hi                -   - ""-'• ||u,                 ,                          ,.,,.. ,,, :1
if  la«.  when  ii  I inn.il   prove     his ,j,.,;,,;,,.        .   .                   ,        ,.,„._   ,....,,
har.e   li"      "ill   1"-  li.ilil"   to  li'"  lind .|,,,i_,.   -.,,,,,-      .,,,-    .   ,. '       .■   sr,..nm
Provincial Laud Surveyor, mi|in.,„„,„..,.   f„r libel, ..- herealioiits .      -        12,    price
1   the  imi-   ,,„  .j,,. hi,,,!,  v  - i_|,  . I„„,|  is
H
AKVEV, McCAHTEH
ANU PINKHAM,
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, KTC,
Osirioms:  Imi'kkiai. Hank Building Kkvki.-
Sl-OKK, H. C.
Monoy to loan,
Otttouic Kevel-loko. H C.    ( ranbnink, H, I ,
OKO. S. MuCautkk
A. Al.   I'lNKHAM-
Iti'vi-l-iok"
J. A. Hakvkv.
Craubr.itik
\IT1LL1AM 1, BHIGtiS
Barrister
Solicitor, etc.
Boltcltor for:—
Thk Canadian Bank ok Commerce,
The MolsuNis Hank, Etc.
KIKST ST.,
Hi ■ i!mull) Consolidated Mining
Sniellinu ii--l I'ower ' iimpaii) lia-
-.- ui.-.! ii w ni'Uing liimil nn tile Sum-
ii.i group ami -i large number nf
iidjniniiiii eliiinis . overing ubout luuu
ueres.      This  i-  ..ne ni iln- mosl      iin-
I ni in liiiiuy   il.-al-   In   iiii-   histvr)
,.'   I'l .. ni\  camp.
I here ire iibo ll 2(1 full in'mcl'iO
.-! iim-   an I   frin ii..n-      involve I   local-
i-'1    il'i'ill   MM,  mile-   ii  nn   |'| ,i\   ali'l
ilie    I'liusiileriititui      i-   ahoiil   SpJ",,llllll.
I In'      l"'iel    - overs    a    period of  tu..
years,    I    in mem   n.  In-  inu.le
in   I'J   mii-.
I rn- -i.-.-im- ' the blinded claims
'■    il" "ll   eiplal   l..       in.-      ncrt-uge      nf
'   '■ '      Iii.   ■ li   ■   Ii,   Phoenix
- iiinp.      Tl .•    liriinli impaii)     »ill
."-   ni   in- i...-.   prospi .--
' I '    propel ' .,    Imi    iipli.in   iviTii
■ ■   tl   in mi 1    I, ill.      Tli.-  eiuilracl has
'"    ■    lei        to     I'.. .ile   Urns,   nf
"- inliane ,ni ilrill n-j will i-omi -ll ■
. i i I tilely.
^ 'I l\ K   MKlU'l'HY   l)ISl'()\ KHI-'.I)
\i i'ii i.n
'■    ^     Klin li. r,inn -il-    .-:   lievelsloke.
■n.'l late in.-iliajel- nf the I ', I'. |{, Motel nt Kiel.I, i- authority fm i In- stale
i'i '"i thai >«■ h ,- made a remnrkiiblp
niineral iin.I there, He had noticed
-ollli'lllill. li1,, liinj the -ink ami 1'iill.s-
lllj 11 ..'' ■' J ■ M t j - ami ii, ill,. UM-te
"I'"--      ni    ill''   I       .-   i   ..      :- |
linn    fiiuiiil     unlive  inen-iin     in    ihe
 I   - ":.     il.-  |l en   v. -nl   ti.    lhe
-" ir-e   ni   lhe  v   ,-.-:    - |p|i|;      ,-    [hi   I.a- ■
.i  I h-- "i" ii-'ain  behind  lhe hotel    ami
■rn   iin.-:-. ,   in     evealed   naif' -   n el
in   in   th.-     rm ks.    iln   i .      1 ...
1 -■ -tailed  il...-.- . I .iin-. anl  intend*  a-
 n      -i -   llu       -i ...   i-  .. i   ■ hi -■ iiiulil)
l-i'.-|.e.-l'IIJ lhe    L'I   'in I-      mi    I" he •
mil   th if •■    nf  llii uu liiiiir\
Shamrock Leaf Lard
Imperatop Hams and Bacon
Dairy and Creamery Butter
Mince Meat
Fresh and Smoked Pish, (All Kinds)
Eggs Strictly Fresh
P. Burns & Co,, Ltd.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MEAT MERCHANTS
K
UbfciKT SMITH
Miumg Suiveyor
Uugineeriug
McKknzih Avenue,
ItuX  ll Ki.   REVEL9TOKE
- --l't i"n .it  ■,        ii ■   del nsit   ii   Mex
-.    ■   -iin. .-■   n i   I    ;.    -.. . .■'     .
ipiel'ile,   whicli
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ALU I.N \   KVLLKItill.
VaNCOCVKIC   AM'   REVEUiTOKE,   11.   C.
|.| n\e     ' lie     trlljll     Ot     lllS
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..-   iii-i-i    ■-■'   '.'.'.iiii   i'-i;'   -■■    I"        iiii-    ,,einj   -s| i.   inclll-ive of   :;.•■   reversion- ., .
"   iiii'leiii -.     i-i   j.i.i.   .      -  ... I      In     be
'""     ' I"      ''-"'     '"    ' """-    '""l     -""-    :'''     he. , |   ,..,,. |,     .,,,! \1,'C, ,.1,
i    It   i-  ""li   '" ward lerer   f,., ,,.,)          | ...        ,.  ,,..,        ...   |own                                                       .
.,,        ,     , I reeks   111   lhe   lij   I'."- .1    , i I   i-   \ ouch-
i"1"'" ■" "-,     '     .' "    ■■■''■'■  "■"   w-  Mi-    ,h"  """-     ,1   for   ,-   fniind  in   p   .able     lilies
'      ',■-'"-„  "'   '«■■" '   " ""   it  -     .   il.  •  I,  Col-
IK i.   -. an.lal.ei-     Inn J--. tl   .        u
AICI IIITI-IITS
un'      ..•      the   wa)   li    win li   il   was
iiv , _   |t isp i   . :.'i   it,.-    ..- -.    .- ■ ier      i
in.--- j   \ - -.ini-   ,|„. i,., | ,„   ..,'„.,   ■
All cniiiiuunU-al -..i.li—.-,i m Post    . ,  .     v      . ,
office,  ttevelstuke, will have pnniipt
iilleiltioii.
.    m    :.,,_....-.■ 1. ,
c. w. o  w
Mountnin  Viow Camp, No, 779
■MoeU   Si'iuiiil   .mil   K-iirtll   We.lii.-il..)- in
Bach month. In Selkirk II ill    Viaitlo   Wooii-
uiou oordinlly Invited to attend.
John i im.siiN Cou, i om.
J. MnlNTVRK   ''li"-k
Hootonay LodiEO  No. 15, A F. * *. M.
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neat   'in-     men ur\   En   ilim      it   Field
has  aliin'.-  been   u   mvsterv   '... miner-
i   .    - ■ pel '■■ : Iv   instilled     i        , -.-   . i i
i oirisis,   Inu   it   th"-.-  mercury      locu-
Mlld   di-  lose   -nl'  Ionic    inin .1.-ill illli      lie   -  hi-i-        ui.I
111'       I!
will    hi
ie-  uh ,1.. problem.
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SELKIRK  LODGE 1^   1.0.0  K.
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Cold Range Loduo. K  ot P.
No. 2b,  Revelstoke, B C.
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THE    MOLSONS    BANK
INCORPORATED 1855
Capital Paid Up
Rest Fund
$3,500,000
$3,500,000
Has 65 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in ail 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.
<
West Kootenay Steam Laundry
Revelstoke,  B. C.
Your White Curtains properly anil promptly and
cleaned.     Satisfaction jrimriinieed in all lines.
Woollens a Specialty.
Phone li      Office Corner 2nd. St., and Mackenzie Ive.
WATER NOTICE
PROCLAMATION!
Notice i-   liiTifiv givi'ii lliiil  nn a|i|il>-
r.niiiii will li,' made under Pari  V. (>f
i tin-  "Water Art,   I'.'n'.i,"   I.inin     a
license in  iin- Itovelxtnko Diviaion     of
Wesl  l\ imj  District.
j    ln.|   Tin- mime, nddress mnl occup*-
liinn ..I' iln- upplicuiit, .In.uh S. \Vi_n_,
Nnkuspt  ll.  '.. fruit grower nnd vci^e-
l.ilil.'   L'ni-.li'iii-l'.
I     |li. I     I'll.'   nnini'  nf   llic   luko,   -Ileum,
\i  iln- i,..|.i,.-i ..; a great  many     ..ii"i  source (if iiiiiiniin.il. ilm descriptioa
mi,     .-  i Hi H f'ilj   I  li.-ii-hy pro-  is)   I.ini.-  stream,    unnamed,  running
in    md    lei-lnre  Fridn.i   uflerii if I oul of small lake 4 of milo east of said
ii,.-   Istli   M inii  1., ii.- ohse'rvecl  as      u   In"''-
in order  llinl      the      (c)    I'll.- poinl  ni diversion, 20 rods
iln-  privilege ..( at-  wesl  of .-n-i  .-ml of Ini 2. siib-diviuon
:... lino l' ih      Funeral  i"  lie held  of lot   127. flroup 111.
fnr the     lii'tini! hi    li        i     at [    ('l-l   'J'hc quantity nf water applied
I. iv,     ..ii ihe Iiii   - im   "i. -'l'i-   feet per socond) ono cub-
Mi  pprsiim  "ih  kindlj   hear ihi,-   in   i'1 fool   |ier second,
mind. (e, i    I'he    clinrneter nf lhc propomd
Dated   I'itli   March,  I'.'l I). "" ' ■-   Taken  «i'._   te.ai uns^t*. irt nt
.1.  ll. ll Will KIN. traun lo garden,
Mayor.    I    tf.)   'llu- premises mi which  the wa.-
. | ler i-  I,.  I"   used,   Lol  2,   Snliilivision
\n in |;. ni I.,.i   IJ", I Group 111  Kootenay.
I.'. I    I he |nii-| - for which   iln- \w»
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n  in;     ..i  -.. Funeral
I..- ni
Fridn noon, will pii
P i      ■   .':..    harp.
:.:  i..   n    follow*
, ., I...   .'     - nn
will  I"-   in.in -I
Che flDail-lfoevalfc
: rovideil   .1      lho
II.   r.l.'ui K.
Mai  '
l'\ I III \ •
lor i-  I.- ii.- used,   irrigatinu vegutabhi
garden.
il. i   If i..i   irrigation, 'I.-, ribs     the
Inn,I  intended   io  he  Irrigated,  giving
of    l.lll    _
..i I nt   1271 ni rirotip (I)
ill1'. posted on    thn
.   -  •     llllll    md  .in  up.
i-!i       II  li.- mnde  n. i!..- ('.iin-
11 tli day i I   \prll, A.
li.    "in
ill    I n- .■   11:.- ..i.li. ■   an
proprietoi    ...   li. en-
ivliosi       .id     ...   hi.. ly  l<)
.       .   I  . . the proposed work*,
I to assi '..i-i,-  r below     (he out let.  -
n i       hnl p on   I'm .ill- I      prtl.ii Hue, Nukusp
.    i      ihi    I'-   ' .. '" low  ntitlel.
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I Mnrch   mill,   mill,
i..ill in. Mi.
i Mnl: I . WIF.N'S,
N.-il.u p,  I'..  I
WAN'TKIl 11;   new
Kodak, Por parti-
-   'Ini ll. i.ilil ofllco.    N
• \i;n ul' ill wks.
i ii tin- in. in
1-.-. i      i    ....  i.    fnp
will
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i WEDNESDAY. MATCHI Hi. lino.
THE MATL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Pace ■
RUI
£adies Skirts
These separate Bkirts arc worth the ladies' special
notice. A new lot of spring weights in the new
Blues, Browns, Greens, Tuns, etc. When you see
these skirts of substantial panama you will marvel nt.
the price for a well tailored skirt at $6.50
lingerie isdaists
The waist artists have never produced more sot-
{.factory creations. Waists for everv occasion. A
simple mnile or the more elaborate fancy lace effects,
marvels of applique and exquisite hand embroidery
from 1.50 to $15
Jhe Jab Press
Why not be as pretty and attractive as possible—
these Tab Dresses. The busy weavers and colorists
of the cotton centres of Kngland have had the busiest
season in many a long year. 'I'he increasing popu-
larityjof dainty colored cotton drees fabrics has told
its tale. They are on our counter for your choosing
at from      10c. to 50c.
Jladies Spring Vests
Long sleeves, Short sleeves, No sleeves. Light
weight, Mid weight, Heavy weight. A fine new fresh
stock of cool spring undergarments. They will be a
treat after the long wearing of the cnmberous winter
clothing vests, from         15c. to $1
Come with us next Monday and make
merry. The occasion, our Spring Millinery
and Store Opening. The store will be
specially decorated and we will have the
"Symphony Orchestra" in attendance
to entertain.
Store will be open in the evening and
we will have a Free Souvenir for each
person right down to the Baby. Whether
a customer of the store or not you are
welcome at any time.
WATCH  SATURDAY'S PAPER
ZQth Century grand
Jailored Clothes for Men
A London. Kngland, physician recently declared that good clothes are a powerful mental
and moral tonic, and that the wearinc'of good clothes had a splendid effect on the spirits
and mental capacitv of the wearer. If you have any doubts as to the truthfulness of this
statement vou can dispel these doubts this Spring by buyingthis new and never-failing
tonic. But be sure vou buy good clothes—bad clothes have a depressing effect. We carry
the Lest and our stock is full up with those productions that stand for style, elegance and
satisfaction.
j7 Jtylish Juit
The style shown here in the left hand cut is
designed specially for elderly men and a good
example of neat, stylish work. The tailoring
is Buch'.that the most fastidious will be satisfied.   The prices are
$Z3.0Q and $25.00
A Model of good Jaste
A quiet and gentlemanly style, in which correct draping and Bimple
elegance take the place of lasl season's extreme patterns, i- shown here to the
right.   A model of good taste and style.   Prices from
tSZi.OO to $25.00
■i .  El Mill—
. ind   ih W   "I I"1' - hi ne.
\\ e can give you  .- nuini
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in :i minuti
Orange Special
Always a large supply of Oranges, Bananas,
Lemons, am!   Grape   Fruit on hand.    We are selling
1 'ranges this week at
Jen for 25 Cents
fancy giscuits
We carrv a full line of lluntly & 1'almerV biscuits—New. Fresh and Delicious. Some of our lines
are Marie, Monarch, Olaf Cakes, Ratafias, Carnation.
Nursery, Maderia, Cracknal. Plantation, Brazil,
Wheatmeal, Kolkstone, and Shortbread. We buy
direct and are sole agents.
Soaps
Washing day loses half its terrors when you buy
your soapH from us. We carry a large quantity anil
large qualitv—Rath Soaps, toilet Snaps, I.aundrv
Snaps. <.iold Dust. Pearline, Washing Powders, and
everything the housewife needs to lighten her work
and save time and labor.
Marmalades
See our display of Marmalades in the front of
intr store. The flavor and high quality of these goods
cannot lie obtained in inferior goods. Try a jar or
can and he convinced. The lines include Crosse &
Black well's Orange Marmalade in lib. glass jars. lib.
and 71b. cans; Pineapple, Lemon, tjuince, and I ireen
Fig and Ginger. Keillor's Orange Marmalade in 71b.
and 4lb. cans and lib. glass jars. Robertson's Scotch
Marmalade in lib. stone jars, and ilreen Fig in lib.
glass jars.
Pork and £eans
We are also showing a large display of l'ork and
Beans in Tomato Sauce, in Van Camp's—lib. cans at
Mc, -lb. cans at 25c. Hienz's lib cane at 15c, and
Armour's lib. cans at 10c. These are all new stocks
and good value.
Vegetables
Give   us   your   order for  Vegetables    Potatoes
arrots. Turnips, Beets, Onions ind Parsnips.
J4ay and feed
Headquarter* f"i- I ,1 — 11 v., Oats, (Iran, SI
1 Wheat.   ' lei our pr i   -
Embroideries
lie.
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'   i   I'.i a.i
i. lhe  n ■ ;
colored .
of    Me Yn\
5 cents to S2
Veils
. "The   --I ret   nf   Youth "—protect
impli xion.     A good light and
iar." ' ■ ii are here to help
■ I.   the li^hl mesh and
i veil,
25c. to $1.00
Jhe Right Corset
is n ni  - •"■- in ilri m,  I he
buill upon the
foundation I   the i ighl corset,    I be
ladii        - red thi
good   ii A badly
fitted,  poorl; rset will ruin
i!n   appi i
I Mil   new
$1.50 to S5.00
■ you
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Our Milliners are home
from the Fastern markets
and will be pleased to see
you.      They   have   some
swell new things in Ready-
to-wear 1 luts for *he present season.
HUME'S SPECIAL
A news sheet devoted to the interests of the citizens of Revelstoke and surrounding
towns and settlements.     Oar aim is to place before the purchasing
public the facilities of Our Big Department Store.
Mail I'rders.
Telephone (Irdc.rs.
Send   the   children    to
the store.    Come yourself.
Have our city traveller
call   at   your   home   for
orders.
I BPwje 0.
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TuE mail-herald revelstoke, b. c.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH Hi, I'.uu.
INQUEST
Woman's World
doucl.
.1. A. STONE
I'l-nVlieln,-       uf   III.-     Ul'i Ill    Hotel, KASUIOVS    RVT.ES.
uiil.      Al".ui  - p.m. mi  Tliiirscliiy      I j    riranter frceclom  is nllowed      In  |ire-
CN   I ATE   I1IOMAS  SKIXXEU. wu,  g-tlinp  read}   lo go up town    Mr. i senl   i.in.,ii,J,,mi.,l|, ,!,.,,, BVi>i   liefme.
The     ini|ii.-i  in,    ihe    hue Thomas   Wells  .onl      Mi-.   Braille;   eiime  in  an.l I    |.'i,.i,,K- ,,,- ||„. n,.|ni effect, will he a
Skinner,     wlw  <li.'.l  on  Tliursdiiy   last : wo  liatl  several  drinks.   Skinner   came Jcliariieteristie  ol  main   a  Lrciwii      ihi-
at  the Oriental hotel,  wns held Suttir- I in   ihem   unci   ioi 1   ul   ilie   liar.   Skin-   season.
■ Iiii     in_ 111   hi   Coi-onei-   lh     llainilinii, '  • nsiiully drunk   Ciinndiiiii  i_in,   Inn  I 1     I'urrcil   linndles,   mosl   life-like  in  up-
For Sale
Gasoline  Launch, The Tonka, -1  It.
ona and six horse power engine.
Good as new, Detroit built. For terms
and particulars write to Box 73, liev-
lstoke. 3.
l-.-h.i.-  a   inn   I'linsislinii  nf -i.   M,   1\.
Imiile nl   A iin,  Vila,- once      lie
I peurailie,   an-   an
il.e   iinvellles    in
li.-  (foremu_)  Vi.  Cnwnn,     -I.   Dmiiild,   fore   him     thai     iifterni       I elim'l ! nmbrellus.
.1'.   I.eake,   It.   Siniili,  11.   N'u_lc.      The I know   liow   many drinks deceased   Innl.!    Some of ihe  tan-  irinter  hnl    dels
li.lh.uiiij   evidence  ua-  .all.-.I: I Iuu all  I miw   him  lain- were iindiluted. L,|1(1W    ||„.   use   of   -ilk   rilihiuis    woven
i.     \.   Ill: MM I 'i II.-   lias   III   lhe  habit   ..i   lukilll!       IcilljJ I willi  .old   iln-.-a.l-.
Si.'.I.       \l    half   |.,..-i   .-in-      on ' drinks.   When   I   lhoiie;hl   ilia'   Skinner |    Whil,,   -,.in.,,h,    in               ■      liuu   its
«...  mi-iuil   briiid   is   _'
njflj   I ''lar-
Sell   till   -.all-    hi,:  .
i.l   ill-ape   lil,,-   lh flesl    - ii.
Thill    in     ,n,-i in ...ii   I'    I'..   W.-ll-   ami    I hud   llllll   all   lhal   ua-   .......I   For   him    I
Were   III   Il.e      Orii-nliil   llnlrl     I   do   llol look   him   Ij)    lhe  arm   ami   vvnllioil   him
know   if -I.--.. ..I «-,    ihu.- iln-a. Unite   tn   ihe rani   i-,    lie ilidn'l   uum   to
a  nu iii her nf men lien   ,i   the bur. Mr. ijo bill  wun led    to      still    .     the bur.
Skiuuei   i inu   ill    I  i        iheii    all.-.1 ...ii Thi- ua- uboul  3     p.in.      Aboul    I   p. ,|le  slmuld,
ni.   Iiusiii,       i..   tinoilier   rnom.   I   enino n,    I   thntiirhl   nf      Skinner  iii_iiin   ami i    r,,loreil   plumes   an-  uni'i    n.nii
1,.       mil I. nl     were hud.  Skin-    went  ',.. ihe  i n   lo    if In-  ua-   ,1 |,-,,|,   ha:-,   heinu     lin-eii.     '    ■   n  -   '•
I.ei   I.--    :ii.    m-m    I.,..   I. I. >n -   al   lhe lllll'. i right.        Shinnet'    ua-    lc.-il.ili_    fol'llurd. niuleh   lhe   ....un.
He  ivns   uiinkinj   .-in   iii   I-.-..-      _l ,-- <it.Tn_   iii   hi-      'hair.      I   -Iriiitrlilriiccl Mnilier-iif-peiir!   nnil    ■      fnrm u coin-
full-       Siime     nl' ii     ua-  luken  tiwnj him  up an.l      iheii    nolieed soinetliin.    oiuuiiun   -.-en      in   -    nt  lhe   newest
'          him   ami   iln,iuii   iui,i   il u-pi-   ua- uTiiu_.     Tli.-.-.- ua-  nu o Ise ill |M, |,i... „m|  |ijn«.
dor.          II.- be_un      in  tnlk  very   haul    ihe room ul   lhe  lime.   I   lelepl I I'm- ,lude      hnipins,   curved   in   u   seiirnb
an I  u :-   Miiinj      veil   drunk.   Albert .-,  dnelnr  lo .-..mn.      I   believe ai   Unit   desitru,      an-      a: ,_   llu                mn   I
Stone,   ih.-   pi-nprielor,   llien   enme into lime   ihere  ua-   -nine  life   in   deeensed,   |m|   fllslenini; ,, [u  ,],.. -1,,^,,-.
.   ii-i  inll  Skinner liiul   he ha,I bin   nol   sure.      Skinner  looked      ver\ Mali'-,   all   of      ivhi.-l    uiv  enormous,
I  •            ihai   wus   ......I   f..r  him   there white.   I  spoke   lo him   inu   he did   ma „,.,, uppiirenlb   In   be   ised a- inu, li  in
 k  him  nwiij   ini,. a buck room, reply.   Acpin   Vitne      i-   a   vert    stronu evenini;  a-  in daytime.
AIi.m   i"i  ini tin i <■-      afterwards   I     anil liqeiir     Inu    i'.uia.liaii _in    very weak Tiiiiimiii_>   which   tli.n_.lf   and   swing
•'-."!   i"   ih.-  Central   Hotel and Deeensed  hail   nntliiiii;   lo  drink      after ,,, ,he m.i-i  b.-u ii.-hin._- way will adorn
nb.eii    ui   I...nr  later   wc   left   the  Cen- I.-•,\ ii,._■ the bar I  um positive.   He wns _,,un-  ami  wraps.
liai I-- _i   up town   Un iii.-i   Mr. Stone pouring  nm   hi.   own  drinks   when    nt The  plum   -kin   i-   seei    nu   more  ex-
who   -nl    ■Imi.   Skinner  is  .lead."   We ,|M.  |,,,,      previous,         Skinner    drank ..,.,,,   fol.   v,i-i.-i   milor   niades. nnd   here
Ini k   '■'  lhe Oriental   lo   We ,|U|,,. a  |,,,,  |,iu   wu-  a  ipiiel  drinker.   i|„. |0n_      iaekei    eoi a!-  iho      bare
lii.-I   artdlieiul   respiration  Imt   il    wns ||,. never i.-l' down  nl   all  when   in ihe ,],■,..-.
l, .  a-,-.        Pkiunei     had  iinihine      in bar.     Tin'     doors of the curd     room
ri in     iftnr leavin.   ihe bar ami going were both open   when  Skinner  wns   in
tothebacl „     lo my knowledge. there. R811W3V SCllGlllll-S
Skin--■   u-,.   ahl    walk   with      Mr. |),       Siitlierland     gave evidence     ni 3
Sinn.-  :..   ilm  room.      I  don'l      know death being  probably  caused  by    con- Montreal.   March   I- -'I!"    sel   of neu
ln.u   nam     drinks   Skinner  had.   Tbey gestion ui  ihe  brain,  hrouglil   mi      by wage  schedules  prepared   recently      b>
were   straighl   drinks   iiudihiled       and   excess of nlcoliol.     Th.-re ua-   lung '-he   CUM.,     and Grand Trunk   eondue-
i               -        H used       ...ihi    bundle wrdng     with      ihe deceased's organs, tors und trainmen have been approved
liiniselt   a1!   ihe   iim.-  .uul  could  easily Liqeur has dili'erem  elTeets  ut   different hy  ihe brotherhoods mnl  submitted  lo
walk.      Mt.  Well-   mid   1   looked      into iir,„.s nn  the brain.      There  were      nu lhe  companies.      The committees .will
lhe   room   before   leaving   ill"  Orienlnl mark-  of foul  play. '"' hack in  Montreal next  week  lo .lis-
:.i I  Skinnei    med  ulrighl. We didn't si MA1INC, VI'. cuss  details  with   the  railway
    r      ll i-.-.l   had      nu ]'|,0   Coroner,   in   summing   up,     said as  in   the      past,  bm    ii   i-   iiuiinuleil
-  I know of, uud was alone skinner Innl evident.)  drunk  loo much j thai  ihe pro] .1 schedules! must     he
i a  in  il.-  besl  of in>   know- ll,.     wa-  ii. 11      helpless   though,   and I accepted     in  iheir entirety to     avoid
i  had  pushed      him eould walk.      Deceased hud  nothing to trouble.     On  the other hand,  i'.  is nn-
• drink after leaving the bar. derstood  from   the altitude of  officials
F. IS.  WI-'.IIS I   VEHDIt'T  i'l"  XATURAi.  OAt'SES. that   investigaticn    under   lhe   l.eniieu>
Sai         I   , mi..Imi.,'.    M.     llradley's f*lie  iurv  returned  llm following ver- net i- probable.
stilein.-.i-   iii   I.i-   evidence,   bin   think ,|;,.,    flint   Thomas      Skinner's   death ■	
il   wis  uboul  ■_' p.m. uh..   .-..   were  al wns  eaiised  by ...nee-linn  ,,i   the brain „               £   I      J
lh.- Oriental  first.   Skinnei   was  nt   ibe .,,,{,,....) h>   overindulgence in  alcoholic HDUSE.   Ol   LOPOS
liai   when   l.r.-cllrv   air!   I   .aim-   in.       I gtimulnnl-
,!„„     know  whin  he was drinking  bu I""1   March  I l-l...r.i   Roseber) is
noticed ..,,-.- -, bottle ..i A-|iia Vi.ae lv i "• I'"-""1   ■'  mot'""  '■"  '>"•   ffouae   ol
i i.,,. i .,ev,.,- -au -I,, , dilute rnai strike tnofid LorUf tonisrhl ;,Ain- '',:it ,,,h """-"
I Deeensed walked Irom the resolve »'-lf  ""■ """"" "f      ,l"'
I.,. the bad i.     When  I  look-|    Sydney,  March  I'J   The coal  -tnk.-ii,   whole I nsider  llic   ana     erf
,.| ,,      ....   Skin   was  sitting  mi \u-ualia  i-  nl   an  end.   Four ol     the reformin.   the     existing   organisation
ii-nllv       1  .inli,                                       entenced   1.. I-  is un.!.--  too      li it  lie plans a     re-
,                                           ■..;..., ,,:l       I welve  thousand  miners      wen I   members   of
lir.  Stone  lohl       « - affected by  lhe  -trike ,use frol    BOO - - 350.
tt.
T%
SiiingiE Mill for Sale
A small Shingle Mill For Sale. En-
pin i er Jointer, Perkins Shingle
hand r. bine bo ters etc. >Capa< . y
i"-."1"1 pi r day.     Apply to
I.EI   it Ml'.l'H CO.,
Wigwam,  I'-   C.
FOR   - \I.Im
- ■    .   ii     .    I hitlf market gn    ei     \
ream,   n.u   wng-
In nml ii       ■  .  .
tirry oi I , i   , und
lhu -.r Mill mi if
■ I \-. TlF.mili.KY,
Revelstoke, B C.
For Sale
By   Mortgagees
2 Farm Horses
'1 Cows aboul to fresh
1 Yearling Bull
1 Boar
14 Sucking Pigs
25 Chickens
Farming Implements, etc.
All located at Albert Canyon
: i  particulars apply tu
J. D. Stockton,
Rogers Pass. B. C.
TO   INVESTORS
If  you  want  a sure  invostment, and one
that Kill stand the closest inspection write
The Over-Land  Financiers Limited,
VANCOUVER.   B   0.        -rcti 12-23
Established Corporation Needs More Capital
ID CDPE WIIH RAPIDLY GROWING BUSINESS
Profits Earned for the Last Quarter at the Rate of 120 Per Cent Per Annum
Your Opportunity to Share in the Profits of One of the Most
Successful Financial Institutions in   Canada
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privilege
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DIRECTORS
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The Dominion Stock and Bond Corporation, Limited
RSKlBtoroll OfTloO, Tho Winch RulldlnK,
HnntiriKS Stroot   Vnnooiivor, n. f:
GALT   COAL!
Sendfin your orders for
this excellent coal
Dry Cedar, 4-Foot
$3.75 Per Cord.
BARGAINS IN
Residences.  Building Lots
Fruit Lands
W. B. ROBERTSON
First Street     Tel 6B.
To Trappers
Raw Purs Bought
Cash Prices Paid
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Purs.
SIGNS
All kinds
i asoi ii '-i ivimm
Painting and
Paper Hanging]
j • -^-u-.-ia. !:..n i'-.i irantei i
R. '/.. CRAWFORDC
' i .,r  i'•.. --. -•   -u. ■ 1! ibgon Avei ue
H. B. STONEX
Practical..
Machinist
. - l on
i. m agpei I.. •
..-■.. i   ..i  in.-. .    .
/  rorl
Front     Street.
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ROVMLNURSERIES . MRU CO.. LID.
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Closing Out Prices
Fruit and Ornamental Trees
Having dippofcd of our rurf-trv pronndf to lie cleaned up
1'Y Mi'.v. 1 nm prepared lo offer t-pedal prices on all cash batgainB
Spieinliil n.--i.rin.t iii of orni-mental tre.e, arclimatfd etock,
having 1 een pr< wing on our ground? for years, fn m 10c. up.
Orja of il*- l',-.'-t .-eiK'timis of rosis in B.C. in all leading
varieti*)., -' itahle for il'i- Rection, in good 'J-\enr blooming sizm,
25c. '1" 1'. '1_ii por i' 0, $150 i er 1000, ui.aller oneB half-price.
50.1 00 fruit trees in leading 1 aiit-ties. J.et me price your list
10,0i 0 simile trees, in nil sizes nnd prices.
Greenhouses full of plants in all i-izee and prices, from $3
per inn pot* up.
M. J. HENRY
OKKICI. AND PACKING GROUNDS
3010 Westminster Road, Vancouver
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 Coy.
E. W. B. PAGET
J. WILSON
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged ami Improved,     Flrm-Clum in every respect.     All modern convenience*
Large Sample Rooms.
Rates, $2.00 per day        Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably   furnished   with  the  choicest the
market affords.     Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
J.   -_5_.L_3.e_RT     STOISTE      PEOP.
Palace Restaurant
McKonzie  Avenue
Fruit. Candies, Cigan,Tobaoco.
Mcaln 35 cent*.
A. H. Sing, Proprietor
UNION HOTEL
/.KHOWHKAI), li. i .
K|.i»ti .    .Mention gifen  t'.  commercial
ini'M   anil   i..mists.    Pint-clan  sample
 y in Britlih Columbia     .-!..., ng L'pper Arrow l.nke.
W. J. Lightburne, Prop.
E.   G.   BURRIDGE
Tinsmithlng, Repairs,   Hot   Air
Pipe and   Furnace  Work
WORK   8HOP
Connaufght Avo.   -   Rovolstoke
Union Hotel
RESTAURANT
Under New Management
WHITE HELP ONLY
Stewart Macdonald
Proprietor
CEMENT BLOCKS
MftnafactDrtd for nil cia>i.a* of  baildiofi
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE CLAY AND FIRE BRICK.
forti iln in   ■ •»■<• or Hninll qnullHtl
I >u tht Inwi.i iirictt. for c»ih.
411 kla<l»;o! lmildiiitr andlplnitorinf
uiiil*rtnk«ii
A. PRAD0LINI,  ■ REVELSTOKE WF.DN'I.SDAY, MAliCH  10, llllf).
THE MAIL-HERALD, KEVELSTOKE, B. C.
Tftpe t
BUILD UP
REVELSTOKE
Patronize
Local Industry
GET YOUR
PRINTING
AT HOME
We oMAIL-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
c4ccount Forms - Ball Programs
Wedding Stationery - Memoriam
Cards - Lumber Forms - Tags, Etc.
ADDRESS-
THE INTERIOR PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
REVELSTOKE, I. C.
■ ■ —■_-■—-_-_-_■ , .n      - ,11 f ———-_—_-_-__ ■_——.—    . ,.,      I i.—, i       —
Agents for the famous
EMPIRE TYPEWRITER
$60.00 Cash
SECOND INQUEST
I clear thn trnek, and A wist anl "..on..*
master Frusei rame in from R gera
1 i'asH in ;i--i-i. They were n• irking
■ I-   tlicv   Ltsiiiillv    would.     This,  moun-
Rogers Pass Disaster—Verdict[zu"Z";;i!::;!:;,'t,:;',,, «
of Accidental Death
Urn
I"""
I P. Ford. C. K.
I  would  like In ask    If
ai-    were  on   lhe   in.iin
years, ihey  nulitrullj'   ulthough it was
such a  bad night, -li'l net  feel     very
Tlie second jury on Mn- inquest roll- nervous i.hoiil .m-. slide coining down.
wi-aing the Rogers Pass disaster was v"" have '''"' evidence of .lohn Ander-
em|ianelled al the I'ilj Hall bj for- """ -"": "■ McHae lhat thej didn't
o ■ Dr. Hamilton, on Monday after- know whether iii  were an. look-
noon  und I'oiisisteil  of:      II.-'..   Mr. Mel- "ul< l"'-<"<!-      That   was  the -In".      of
vin,   \.   U.   II.  MrCleiicghnn,  (foremiin)   'l"■  foremen.      I'he  fori a  had near-
F.   II.. Vnung,     C.  II. Miu'donalil,     A. '>'  all been  killed.      If a  look-out  h.id
Hobson  and  II.  Smith, been   placed  llieie  would  ii   have  been
I'.   I .  Lilian   represented   lhe   •laliuli- an-    advantage?         Thej     had   i   man
,..,-. who gave a  warning  on   the   spol    Imt
II viil -i-   taken   bj    Ihe   f'.,i r onl.   »  '•'"   heard it.      li  wn.  one     of
ni the former imiuesl wns tvn-! a- lhe ,l"'"' unforeseen oivurrem-es, ml I
evi leu.,- for ihi- eni|iiiry, and was ''""'' M" l:"" >"A ' •" bring in any-
read lo lhe following witnesses who ,,M"- bill un open verdict,
present und eiiiloricil  by  ihem as M'-  Smi'
i    ll    Mi'l.ae, John   \nderson,  •!.   '' "''
Iraek?
The Coroner sli I J.   \ndersnn was Mr.  Ford    Ves.
il iosi  imporliini wiinesR. Tho work The il"'.v'  "tter a   retirement of three
wan  being     il inder  lii-  direction, 'I'""1''1'-  "f '">     I"""- returned a ver-
nml  In-  wns  n   man  with  _M years ex- llh '   "'"  "x ■'••lontul   Death,    u  I    idded
perienre     in    bundling    snov   in     (he   "  ,"1"1'  "'"   lh"''-  ''■   "■   "' Id      r'"
ini.uni.-,in-.         On     ihe evidence being '"'"' "'""      working it- men In  snow-
read to Mr.  Anderson  the Jurors asked   ~Mr~ ""  s ">'  "'ghts.
questions  us follows:
Mr.   Miu-donnld:      Iii.l  the  fir-l  -Ii.l.- DUD    Uniae
thut came down e r the old track as "'  ■'   "'   MK
well? Vie are pleased to be able to  report
Mr.    Anderson:      li      wenl   over  the lhal      the     local  companj   I-',  of   ilie
shed on  the old track. I»2nd   Kegiment   I!.   M.   U.   bids      fair
Mr.   II.iii-.ni: How   far  would you   -n  becon ie     uf   lhe  mosl   eflicient
consider the old .-ml new tracks apart? companies      belonging    to   thai   Yeu'i-
Mr.   Anderson:      I don'l believe there ment.  The  attendance i-  steadily     nn
i- tiui.-li     over fill feet    between them, the     increase  and    the    ..:'   ers,  no__-
l'l-iilntliK   Mr.      Ford ...nl.i  it-11     vou commissioned ollicers  .-in.I   men      rteen.
better  than  1 '-nn. to lie imbued    wiih a greater amount
Mr.   Smith:      Hi.I   the   find   -lil.- .-\-   of   enthusiasm   than   has   I n   shown
tend over the eikis ..f the shed nt all'' ''"'     "  number  uf years,  if nol   dnoe
Witness:      It  came over  the shed, lhe  Compunj   un-   orgauised   in   1903.
fin   Mr.  Ford b.'iiiit examined: l.n-t   Thursday   the  muster  "a-      not.
Mr.   Hobson:      Whal   i-   ilm distance quite  up   ">   the  standard,  but      waa
between the new an.l old  tracks? good,  an.l   the     ollicer    rommaading,
Mr.  Ford  : 50 to 00 feet.  Tin.     new tain.   II.      Smith,     had    occasion  to
track  is as   close     as possible in ilie compliment   llic  men  on   their   appear-
old  shed, becuuse ue had  lo join   tlie mi"'  and  smartness  on   parade.      Tho
tracks  together there,   llu- shed     and   -' iim;   "'   ihe  Company   i-   steadily
the     truck are     practically alongside improving     and      the  miniature  riflo
each oilier. range  ha-   been  a  greal   factor  in  _f-
Mr.  Smith:  Hid  you   notice how   far fording   ihe men  an     excellent   oppor-
Ithe stum  went   i.i  ih.- in.rili of lhc old tunity  i.n   practice during   the   winter
shed? months,    when  tin-  rifle  range at  too
I    Mr.      Ford: 200 to    250 feet, It gol '""'   "'   Mt.      Revelstoke  cannot       be
j mixed up there with, the slide that lind used.      In   the  following   -hooting  re-
i-onie from the other side turns     it   will he noticed that      co.sl
I    Mr.  Smith:     How  fur was it     over "cores were  iriade.  I'tc   Allan  with the
llu- end of the shed? -.ore  ol :'._  «_-   high  man,  but   as  he
Mr.   Ford:        It  went iu almost   n hud won the knif.—the weekly      prize-
straight line. lor     the  Im--i     -.ore       the previous
lh.- Foreman:     How   much     of   the   week,  it   _   to  Scrgt.   Smythe, who
old  shed  wa.  showing.
Mr. Ford: I did not see it, but
would suppose ihut the whole uf the
old shed was covered. That shed
would huve -even or eight feet of
snow on it.
Mr.     Smith:       Had (he track been
7 • sun feet   to the north would it
apjiear  safe?
It would not ha\e done so much
Idamage, Inn the slide would have had
force enough to reach  it.
Mr. fiobson: Ho you consider a
shed would have withstood tlml slide?      Sergt. Garner, 20,
Mr.      Ford: N.n   thai   particular     l''''- Taylor, I!',
slide. Even the rotary was lifted dean j   ''t''- Wiggins,  IT.
Pte.  W.  Watson,   16.
was  next   highest:
lh.- scores for the week  were:
Pte.  Allan, 32.
Col. Sergt. Donald, 30.
i'apt. Smith, 28.
Sergt.  Smj'the, 26.
Lieut.    Harte,   25.
Pte.  Bennison,  25,
Pte, Overton, 25.
Corp.  I.e-iie, 24.
I.an.-e Corp. Atdridge,  -If
Pte. Burn, 22.
Pte. Watson, 21.
oui of ihe cut and thrown up on top
of the -lied and the slide carried away
'.'."iii feci of lhe -lied that was standing
right alongside of it, li was report*
ed   in  the  Mail-Herald  thai   T had suid
Col. Sergt, Donald, although shoot-
ing, w'a- not  competing for the prize.
• In Monday night ihe Bugle Hand*
Under   the     direction   of   J,   Kendrick,
lhe question of putting a slid there *h° has been appointed bandmaster,
I.a.I been discussed, and it was nol wi,h '••' rank of Sergt. Bugler, and?
pui up because ii was not considered Sergt. Smythe, who directed the'
practicable, Whal 1 -aid was it had drums, turned ou' in full strength for-
lieen decided lip I lo pul n shed there practice. Capt. Smith, and Lieuts. .
because  ii   vie     mu   considered  nee--   Harte   and   Grant,   who   were   pre-ent,
expressed     themselves    highly pleased!,
with   the excellent   progress   that    tho
boj. have made. |
The officers afterwards met  in   -om-,
mine,  to arrange for the purchase of
uniforms  for the bugle hand. i
The     grand     aggregation  shooting
Letter of Thanks
tary. I mention this, because someone mighl think the question of putting in a -hei there had been -crinus-
ly discussed.
The Coroner: I know in your evidence vou suit! n.iiliiii, to that effect.
AddrosHiuy the jurj the Cortwr
j^.^,1; |ni/.-  i-  .-'.   view   in   the window      of
Unfortunnlelj     Supt. Kilpatrick    is   the Lawrence Hardware Company.
11.. I   up   with   i    Ii.l-  "»lav   or would      Tl «t   inspection  will  <nle  place
have    I,,-.-,,    |      Hi-    ,-l „ l,-||. f  i -■  llllll I, ly     '"    .llllle    ..111    ii    ill-    l'1-l      l.ee|,    lip    tll-ir
expert     evidemn     iu regard to -now- good attendance     at    parade and -fished,  .uni growth ol timber,  li     will ciencj   in .lull     .        ihi    sport     this.
„oi   b.-   i lei   Ui  introduce  hi-  evi-     '•" !     '    ■'■ ] '"'  '■ "''  "v"   t,"■  -,'v',r-
di in • . lun I would like io read I' and
if vou «i I. lo hm - Inn. hero you u
i'llll fm in nljoui iiiii.-ni. W- bai •
al-o t|„> . ■ idei  - ..! Ihe fireman    » he
i    in    lhe hospital I if you     wish I wish to r.pn      my heartfelt grati*
we - nn ... down lliorn. tude  li    lhc  1 • iti rnal                        m 1
I'he ei id.    ...-     : ! , . .1  befmi leroui in theii
jurj   ih-    '  i.-i        nued        Di my recent   .
Sullmrl i. I                                  .... | , ,,.,.. | .,,,       | ,„.  ||,,,,,|  „,. ,,|,,
il.- i""b         ' - re, a .i-      nd ts autiful.     1 i an ae-
death  I.       iffocal nn    I hn  most      im .    .              |     .         II this kindni
poi timi -ii-                          lhal      il ■  .                   0D ..,     •,, ni,., ,,,„)
.1.   \n.l.i .....  ihe foreman,      mil     0 ill nol  -   I      otten
M. Hue.   ,ii I ll  ■   in  you lo   nywhot- \n;-   viln  I'llll IIP-
on  wnnl     other    -  i leni'e oi    il .
Iprepared  ■                   mr ' erdii I c \|;|> ol    I II XM.                    (
From   thi     evidence  you  '•ill  readily u,. .,,,.i, ,,, extend  lo the     Selkirk
-ee thai in llii        - ■   'li" '"-ii    were   i. | .   I.O.O.F.,  Ni i.   Robeknh Lod-
following    'li" it '"al ■" lom     The .                 ,     \„\ lV Fellowship
roadmi   ler knew from n   en— of diitj Soolcty,  and mnnj fi -                I ink.
and  ii--   Iron    ii   li  n    ol his ,-,,,- •(,,. kindnc     and    ympathy  to ua
s'lpeii il"-' .  lhal   when  n  portion   ,,, ,,. ,•  i	
ol th.- rond  i    bloi ked  it i    I.i   ■ Iui\.
\ [C   Win RSON,
.inilN   VNBEHSON
n- in tho -.. - "f -. ..i'ii--'. lo go .-.u'i
. i. :u It, "n thai particular night,
when      lho     Ri  ■      lidi   -un-  down, -    Moving Pictures  at  the New  Edl    n
Mnlioiulmastoi      Andoi on wenl  oul     to   Theatre tonight. Toge 8.
THE MAIL-HERALD ttEYELSTOKF. B- C-
WEDNESDAY, MAKCII Hi. 1910.
Spring  1910
Millinery Opening
March 21st and following days
We cordially solicit your inspection.
We are quite sure you will pronounce
it the finest display of Millinery ever
shown at this Store.
Hospital Board
REID C& YOUNG
'I h,   nioiitlilj   meeting of lbe Hospital
Board  wa-  held on   Mlindnj   night willi
onl\    i  ipi.ii'iiin   pi- hi     I-..  M.  ( ....!.-
W'as  in   lbe -h.iii.   ti-.\in-_   lo   Ihe  small
ll'ilnl.ef of ln-liiii-1- at li-ll'li ll_ il W'ns
llucilleil lo IllJ ovel all eofrespondellce
ami business  til]  the next  regulur lneel
ilie.
; Tli- — renin ..M.-d Ii- had re -
ceiled ih. . berpie for SWIM from lhe
; I'.i- llend I iimbi r ('oinpnnj for b..- -
pilal   da.--.
I Th- tiiiiin. ia' statement showed ,. bai.
anie in band on  Mai- I.   I-i   ..i Ms_3.ll."
Tl \pense-   for   l-'-i.i mm iv   were :—
RoM'Istoke llu-pitul >_.l"_ |3; .imw
bead  ftSBl ""
l;,.. eipi i fm   I ■ i    mr;   >_'..•.::'. 7'.'   I..
verinnenl   Sub- d      1.'- okc   >'.'!*.-":
Arriiwheuil S3s.-i.sll.
\,:    i    .   .- m.      i : !   piiid,
The   HIT in-' 111. I.!      III.id-   i.\    11.   ' lor-
dm,.   I.'    II..-.  oi   nnd il.  S.  M '      i
direcloi -.     with      [be   l.uw rem e   Haul
ware conipiinj   '..  pnj   iiuii   linn  -s-u"
on  a—..uni   for   il.e  lieiitine   plulil   wus
l'uiiii-d by   the  Board.
V leii-i was received from Nurse K.
M. Smith, requesting two months'
leave and an additional two months
if -|„. decided io go' m Knglnnd. I'he
rctpiesl   wai-   . 'anied.
lh-   \ isitin.   ■ ..a e.i- tee   reported   e\
orj i liiri__  going  .-.  siitisfiu lorilj.
Tlie \ isil..._ ■ .in.iii.i i— tm- Mar. li
consist-   of  Messrs.   .1. -I.   Porter     nnd
I'.    II....I-V.
Tl • ' _   ll • ■    id named.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Moving   l'i. tines  tonight.
'i   .   Supreme I our!   Assizes  n ill      be
i ■   Revels lol n   May  10th.
. i in I'. Miio-II had lh- snow
p| . .-ii Snturdiij cleaning ihe soft
Fiiim oil lhe -i'1- vvall,-. wiih excellent    -'ie. I.
Archie   Boyd   and   -I.    Mllllins       were
lil.,v. i.   up   ami   instantly   hilled   n^   (he
resiill   nf  diillinc   in'"  a   I' leg       in
tl,-  lir.iiib.v   mines.
U    I'..   Robertson,   Real   Estate      and
Insurance   Vgent,  ha-  moved hi-  ofTicc
Irolll    I'il-I    Street    to   llu i-        of
|H ml   mi—i    -ui.I   M-K-n/i-    .vrnup.
Mo tl ll'— of ih- -'.'an. laundry.
lb,   Fridaj   and   Snturdiij    lhe   splen*
slid      picture      "I'-.ii     llnniiii-j   in   the
Rockies"  will  be put  on at   the     New
ICdison.      Thi-  i-   a   first   • la--   subjei i.
and photographed  in   th- mountain-.
M mi   il-   Board  ol Trade      and
* .     .. . il   ■ itrned dow n  the    elebrn-
li..- of  lhe i ompletion and opening  ol
i -M.      I'.- idge,  citizens   ar- tak
sng •' - in i' ler  up  themselves   and pro-
I  , ... ■ mm-  -i  programme for one
■ I ij nexl  week
\.  .tliei   be i  ■     lidi     mu   down  yes-
terd IJ    betw ■■ t        I'.." ni-   and   [Hi
W.l.
i - I     .■ led ul   noon
loda.v thnl
!       ■    .......      ■,.,      md
day--  No. «7 should  arrive
1' '
'I •     Revel       -    - '      '
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PURITY   FLOUR
To those who have not yet given Purity Flour a trial we
would surest you doing so if you wish to procure the best
as we absolutely guarantee every sack. Your monev refunded it' not just what we represent it to be.
TEA AND  COFFEE
We have a full stock of the leading lines in Teas and
Coffees and can offer you the best values on the market,
ranging in price from $1 per lb. to 3 lbs. for $1 as a special.
A. HOBSON. BAKER & GROCER
Your Insurance
Is  one of   the   most   important   items
in your business
LET Kootenay Agencies, Ltd
Look after this branch of your business
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, LTD.
Successors to Kincaid & Anderson
SOCIAL UNO PERSONAL
Sporting
.ii i-i-'im s-.joiinsun ri'iiiT.
Thi.     .'.-'', 1 —.l,.|,l.-,.|;        .i.l     ....       dlllj
hi. will li- lii-l.l     in    nn nrenij  n-ltl  -
lii-  in. en -■    ' ■     of   Ine I   di
I, i      .1,,.-ki-j     Club,  n:   Kmervville,
Aliimeila   iiiunt.v.  ju—-   iicro»s   the   bn
iron    S .-.   T. an. m-...
Kiiiervville  i-   situated  between  Onk-
, land and  Berkley nnd is ensilj    i- - -
-.I..   fri in   -  -   r .-. iscn.
I     l'e\   Kil id  tlii     ■ -     ■..   -in
ii..1   :li .i    •   •       mi'l    .     -    - . -' - .  I.     .-
■    iIm imi     i..      il...in   n= a  place  fm'
.    .1.    i-ie  ■■-       _ i'i".- \ -
ciinipanied bj nr< hilei : - > • -:-.ilui
. ihej |ilaiuied oul grnndslaiid it ul
will -,i;   luii.ni.il persons.
V.M.I   \.  N'OTKS.
The   Ini. i-'.i-.li.ii-   Ritskel   Bull    teniii
j eavi    ;. .ii.. - .. -v.   ni.hl   foi   ..   11 it
lhe  ' .-i-i      I"      compete   in   In-   I'.I'.
i 'biinipionsliip.   Pollowii
up:
I'.. Corley, ' I.
I-i,   l ol'Ic.V,   i .   I'-    I'    Uuu.-I-.   I-'.
I.j ul.-. M.   \. dei "i . M. I .d'l"
I'hysiciil   Mii-. tor  Worth  "ill  m i ■
I puny - - ■- ••.
Illustrated Lecture
I    Ai   il,.-     I Ihentre m    Moi ilnj
l;-\    .lohn   l.-v i is delivered '•>   n very
l.-.i_. i-i  'our
11 i_t.   I urope. i ■    ■ d>.>m
jni i   .
wi- lhe I1--1   nl
vei    I-  ivered  in  lhe
i'n   I dny  iiijln   Kn\      Mil •« ta*
. ■ - line,   illll.-tllll ii._
.
....
New Shoes for Easter
IT IS NOT WHAT YOU PAY
BUT THE VALUE YOU GET-
^__>   THE   &—
BENCH MADE
When the warm spring days
come we naturally think of
Oxfords, and in most cases it
is "Empress" Oxfords and
what prettier and more comfortable on the foot than this
one. Dainty, stylish and made
as only the Empress makers
know how to make shoes for
women. We will be glad to
show you this and other styles
of the Famous "Empress"
Shoe for Women.
One (if the best displays of Fine Footwear
fur Ladies', Misses' and
Children ever shown in
the City. The newest
lasts, the best leathers
and the best workmanship, till combine to make
our stock the necessity
I'm' every one.
Tans and Browns will
be greatly worn the coming season and we can
show you a nice assortment in Bals, Oxfords
and Pumps.
We pin our faith to the
lines we sell and guarantee every pair.
Empress
Vassar
Miss Canada
Canadian Northern
vein   snt\K>   i-
■ nMW.K'l l I'
... .,.
<■
■
Classic Shoes
For Misses and Children have now an enviable reputation
in all Canada. Any mother who has once boutrht them
for the child always wants them again. They tit and
they wear.    We are exclusive agents for these shoes.
FOR GOOD        GOODS.
Our Trade is Increasing
Because we study our Customers
and  supply the  best goods  obtainable.
G. W. Bell
P. O Box 208     GROCER & BAKER    Phone No. 23
*
HOW ABOUT EASTEH GOODS?
BEWS    HAH
In Eaiter Novcltio i
Rabbits            Chickens
E|_K    C.inily   Bonos
.
Chocolate E|»(.s
■ -   ' 111 i:
'
,
■
Bews' Drug Store
Divorce Court Commission
Ladies' Skirts
A nice showing in this
line in all the latest
Spring styles. A choice
range of sizes.
Alterations made by
an experienced dressmaker on lhe premises.
At Reasonable Prices
Mrs. A. G. Crick, - First St.
Opposite. Windsor Restaurant
List Your Vancouver
and
North Vancouver Properties
with
ANDREW  E. LIDDLE
P. O. Box 137 Talophono 4060
800   Hastings Street Woit,   Vancouver

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