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Array The Mail-Herald
V0LI6   No. 10
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<TOKE. B. C. PEBRUAKY9. 1910
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the Peifecto Diamond Point. Fountain Pen Company to cUcr with
each pen sold at $2.fO, the clove
policy with all premiums ar.d registration fees prepaid.
This is an absolutely guaranteed Pen, has I4k. gold point and
if not satisfactory can be returned.
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Toronto who issue this policy , have
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GOOD STEAK
Who does not like a
piece of Steak of the
right kind ? We all do!
Our Steaks are carefully
selected, young, tender,
juicy and sweet. Cut and
trimmed to suit the most
particular buyer. If you
gel meats from us you
will he well satisfied both
with the meats and the
prices.
Green   Bones Chopped  for  Your
Chickens   Daily
HIGH   GRACE
MEATS
arc v. hat we handle in oui
market - nothing elee;and
lhc frugal, careful house-
keeper will find this kini
of marketing far more
1 it.romical in the en<
than a lower grade o
Meat. Nothing is cheaj
that is not good.
If you get your  meats from us you will be well
satisfied, both with the meats and the prices.
Maundrell  Meat  Market
Quick Delivery.        Phone 251
l.¥_rtis_, Advertise, A_i_rt[_e!!
The Mail-Herald is Your Medium
WEDDING BELLS
KAClll'.K'N-.IONKS.
•ptty wedding look     place
this morning when   MIhh
ummo tbe bride of   Mr,
r McKaaheWj both brim:
ami  popular youujr peoplo
ko,   The ceremony wan liclil
the bride's mother,
, MuKon/ie Avenue
Mall   officiated,       Thf
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Annie .It
Neil Alex'K
well known
in I to vols t
at the   home    <>f
Mrs.  A. .1, Jonon,
Kev. T.     W. ^^^^
brldoj who looked charming in n handsome Lady'a cloth, stylish hat to
match, was givon away by her brother
Mr. Oliver Jones. MIm Man 11 ronton
was bridesrauidj and Mr. Arthur Mr-
I_achern assisted as bos( man. A number of intimate fiiemU of (he family.
were present. Miss Mary Manning inspired tin* gathering with the Wedding
March. After partaking of n dainty
wedding breakfast the happy couple
left on No. !HI for Calgary, l_dmonton
and other points on their honeymoon,
after which ihey will make their home
in  Ktlmonton.
The bridegroom presented the bridesmaid ami Miss Manning with handsome
pear) and opal brooches. The young
couple were tho recipients of a greai
number of handsome presents from n
large circle of friends, including a
beautiful dinner sel from the ('. H
llnme staff. The wed tl ing cake was
made by the bride's mother.
The Mail-Herald joins in congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. V A. .MeKaeh •
crn, with best wishes for their future
happiness.
TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS
TERRini-K STORM,
Vo.U, Feb. 7. The whole At -
-enbonrd is shivering after I he
hurricune which swept down
lasi night. The mercury is >iill hovering al'OUnd zero here, liu! in New England points is from  in lo Sfi below,
Over -8,000 sough! shelter in relief
stations here, bul the maiden cold
-pell has cuusod hundroiln of eases of
mule destitution. The gnlo raged
from l" to 5(1 miles un hour and shipping along the coast U delayed,
New
luntic
terrilit
CAR L'ASSENGKKH Ml.I.IT).
IMioonix, Arizona 1  Keb. 7.    The lives
ol   sevon   people   paid   lor   (lie  CUl'olo
noss of a inotormnn on a privato elec
trie railway lino here last night, when,
ignoring warnings given lio attempted
to drive tl ar past a lighted blunt .
In the explosion tho car and six pas-
seugei'H were blown to atoms. The
motorman himself was almost instant*
I.   killed.
CANADIAN STKEL TRUST.
Ottawa,  Feb. 7.—It  is said  tn lie the
intention of Canadian financial interests  to  formulate  a  trust  similar   to
that of the steel  Oust iu the     United
States.    The   iei cut   ,-teps   taken
ward the amalgamation uf the
inioil   Steel  company,  and  the
inion   Coal   company   are  cited
preliminary move in this propoi
consolidation,
to -
Mom -
Dom -
ts    lh«.
ed biu
SNOW SHOE CLUB.
Mr, and Mrs. W. II. Pratt entertained   the members of  the  Ski  and  Snow
Shoe Club last night at the conclusion
of the evening's trump.  "Rendezvous"
was made at  the Custom House, where;
u targe party assembled.   Captain   -J.'
McMartin led his band over   to     the
river bank,  where     much  time      was
spent   iu     sliding down  the steep declivity to the Hals beneath, the whole
party being in high spirits nnd enjoying immensely tin- exhilarating senBa -
tion of the "glissade".  The spice     of
danger      made      the  fun   all   the more
pleasant.
On returning to the house, snow
shot's gave place to the more couven -
lional "pumps'", and dancing was kept
up till an early hour this morning, in
the spacious rooms of mine host Pratt
\V. Venn furnished the music. A very
dele table and dainty supper was served and a flash light of the group
taken in the bull room. Before the
guests dispersed .Air. and .Mrs. Pratt
were heartily cheered.
Londo
quietly
form fo
of
IMPERIAL SENATE.
n, Feb. ".-'The Unionist
discussing the best kind
r the House of Lords. All the
>' hemes agreo in one way, ami that is
a new and very excellent way. One
and all have in some form or another
taken into consideration the question
of how to enable the representatives
of Canada and the other dominions ,
v ho can speak authoritatively on Colonial affairs, to become members of
an upper house and thu- make the
house of lords something iu the na -
lure of an Imperial Senate.
INCREASE OK C. V. U.  SHOP.
STAFF.
The  railway  outlook   for   the
is exceedingly    bright. The C,   I'.
freight   business   passing   through
elstoke shows  a  gain  of 40  per
nAWTHORXTHWAiTK  SNUBBED.
Nanaimo,   Feb,  5. Al     the Citizens'
League, after an animated and breezy
discussion. the following resolution
was passed:
"ResolvedJ that this league declare
the statements made by J. JI. Haw-
thornthwaite, M. i*. I1', on the floor
of the house, reflecting on the Citi -
zens' League, of Nanaimo, are un -
thuthful, uncalled for and have no
foundation in fact, and are dctrimen -
tal to tlie best interests of the city.
year
R.
Rev-
cent.
TMu
over lust year. The C. P. 1\. will
keep faith with this eity and already
the head ofliciuls have told their rep ■
resentatives that nothing is to be too
good for Jievelstoke.
The shops will be enlarged antl nm •
ohinery in-.teased, new machines tt) be
placed in the present galleries, li is
Mated that within a short time ninety
more machinists will arrive lo be
employed  in the Revelstoke shops.
A FAMILY  MURDERED.
Fergus Falls, Minn., Feb. 5.—Wm.
Huekheim, a farmer of Parkers Prairie,
his wife uud their four children ure
dead today, the victims of the man's
murderous mania which resulted from
a religious frenzy. In the midsl <>'"
his live victims, Buckheim, who was
35 years of age, was found dying by
an older son. He declared that his
terrible deed was the result of Ida ill-
ability to execute a divine command,
anu'tiiat it had been done t<
the \engeanoe of God,
(.1 VA-XOOT GANG.
:>nton, Feb. 5,—Returning from
a year's prospecting in the far north,
dames Whitessein encountered away up
on the Sikanni river, a tributary near
Fort Nelson, in tlie interior of British
Columbia, a roving band of Indians,
which he believes is the outlaw tribe
headed by Gun-u-Noot, who is wanted
for the murder of a while man on the
Skeeii.t,  live years  ago.
The outlaws are also believed io ho
responsible for the death of the MacLeod boya of Edmonton and for the
disappearance of several other while
men who Iiave ventured up on tho Upper reai lies of Fort Nelson ri\er never
to return.
The British Columbia Government
has sol a price on the outlaw In -
dian's head of SI,-ino.
his
he
Wm
npi
I. VST DAYS OK POMPEII,
On Friday and Saturday Included in
a first cla-s programme will bo tho
magnificent feature film The Last Days
of Pompeii. For staging aud electrical effect this is possibly the bi  ' evoi
put  on here, showing tl ruptiou   of
Mi. Vesuvius and iln- burning of
Pompeii, 'i'he balance of the program
will be up to full standard. Uememboi
Friday arid Saturday,
At   once,  first   1 I
Hotel Co..  Ui
WANTED,
res^.    I.elund
loops,  it. C.
All the way from Old Out   rio,
Baldwin  and    Russet  Apph  .
are going fast.   Procure some
K un
Spy .
'I ho,,
befori
DOMESTIC TRAGEDY.
Los Angeles, Feb. 7. Ri cau
\\ ife would not opiui tho door
could murder her, "Profi .or
Rosskopt, a prof, --ioi,.! 1 hypnotist, is
doad today the result of a self inflicted   wound.
After     a   -'■' Lea of   quai'": 1    during
which     In'    threatened a numl ei      of
line-- to kill her, Rosskopt 1 based I.i
wife  into    hor apartment-   ,<  torday.
Thi- woman  -lammed  the door
I nnd locked i* l"-f<>M- \:<- ■ ould enter.
ii'i 1 overal minulci the m tn -tood
outside find 1"'.". pd her t" opi 1 ':'.
\ inally he t houted;
j     "I   will   give you   fine.'  minutes
open   t lir door."
He counted  the mi iut<    slowly
ter repeating "three'1 two
shot   him fit   throngh  'he bn 1 '
lore   jiirj   ,■. uld   lie   summoned   !■"
dead
to
AT
he
Mown
thoy are all gone, at G. \V. Bell's.
Taslelc ■   i\»\  Liver Oil   to buil ! up
run dow a e< »n ititut ions and < ure nil
coughs of     long  Btandin :.   Jl.00 0
bottle ;■<■   !•< v, - Drug Stoic.
BOTJEDSTE   BEOS
GROCERIES        HARDWARE        STOVES        PLUMBING
We have just unlooded
another car of assorted
hardware, comprising tools
and implements of all kinds
for mine, mill, blacksmith,
builder and housi I
(Inns, Rifles, Revolvers,
Ammunition, Snowshoes ind
Sporting Goods.
We are audits for Sherwin-Williams' Faints und Mc
Clary's Famous'Stoves, Ranges, Enamel and Tinware.
Give us a call or send in vour orders. _ou will find
our prices right.
GROCERIES   HARDWARE   STOVES
PLUMQI\G
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BOTTIBItsriE   BEOS.I
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till MELTING
City Council Meet No. 1 Fir
Briijade
No,   I   I'"."-.-  Hi it'ii In  held  Ita  rogulai
monthl)   ti ui' h\a   Mondii)   night,  with
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Abi'iihuiiiHiiu wa. in  llu1 iliair.
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wen   !• ut,    \t  'I"' ,'1""'' "' tho "'
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i.'lmrgo ni.nl.-.     I'he niiiinil know noth- at, und harmony exiitt in the future. Loughoed, N. I.uml), f.. Maloy, N. Me-
iiHj ul opera house iirrniigomoiits. Hut Chief AbrahaniHon,   Thoro Is nnothor Carthy, J. McC-i'ty, D, MoQregor, 11.
Ihey   will   pay   liie  liill,  boing suli.-tieil rumor  thai   .Mr.   Haley  is In lie     din - MoMahon, W.  Nelson, .1.  Pugsley,     M.
ihai i( is (I. K.   II a llremnn is neees- charged,   I hope not, ho is an old man -immonds,  It,  Staooy, It. Stona,     P.
Terry, 0. Williard,
l.uw firs! Reader lo High First
Header! H, Anderson, A. Booth, (1.
Bruce, f). florring, A. Umdoll, B, M
mu\  in iln- opera house Ihen let    Mr. and dosorvos what he gets,
Tapping  pay   for   ii.   'lhe  council    do      Tho   Mayor:   'lhe  mutter  has    never
nut   wish  lo wrong  No,   I  or  Nu.      '2. Iieeii discussed  ami   I  Know   nothing of
They will  got   every  cent   coming       lo it.
Hi,.ia. I    Aid, Cowan;   I 'In     not  think     ihe'('all, .1. Mcflrogor, .1. Mil.eod, S. Mo-
l-'inanaii Si'i'dliain:   Aid,     McKiiiiioii suggestion of  Mr.  Haley being     kopt Malum, It, Nloliol, N, I'ionrd, I''. I'ugs-
has   asked who is to blame   lor    lho in tho lire hull during tho summer will ley, I'.  Ringer, II. Robinson,    W.   liy-
i hi,-     and thai  the cause must    bo bo sUBtni I.    Ilo is nocessury   In   the croft,  I'.. Shaw, VV, Smith, \. Smyllie,
fuiind,   Thu Imi  ilml Aid. Hews turn-.winter but not in .summer. A. Sutherland, ll. Tomlinson, S. Turk,
.■.I ihg bill down, was cause enough, hu     .1. ilamiuson,   Thi"- is tho first win-;,I. Twoeddale.
a.,    i,, bliimo. tor ihe ehumieal onglno lias been     ini    High Second  I'rimor in Low     First
Ai.!   MeKinnon     didn't   why  tho  shnpo     lo    use.   The    policon  were Reader.   II.  Hlalnoy, 'I'. Illantouoho, •),
M ,,: llnai.l -la,aid bull  in and creuto supposed to look after lho rtfon boforo Bourne,  II.  Bradshnw, !,. Bnggs,     •!.
ilia lueket.   li  win   llieit   lati   '•"   ox- Mr.  Haley     was appointed Inn   novor Calder,   \. ('aslialo, I"'. Cooke, F, Cur-
pluii  ii right. iliil ii.   Othor speakers among tho lire-  voon, S. Dosh  Im Donloy, \V. Plot-
S, Ni'iidlmm:   Win   I,a-.,  nllier    bills men  advocated  Mr.   Ilaloj   boing kepi chor, (!.  Forde,     A. C.rnnBtrom,     K,
;. •    paid before ou •  »  liny  came mi pormunonlly, ami the c , il   pin- flrnnstroin, fl.   Hanson,  I).  Ilumo,   D.
lllll.    i" iniseil  In  lin.li   illli.  I'a.'  mailer. Iliissclton, C.   I.ang,   I.,   l.ee, I).   Maek-
\;.|   MeKinnon;   Wi   .1 i nol      huve]    ll,  Hiogfriod.   IVc havo nn means  ul enrol,   K.  Mnckonrot, T,  Malay,       .1.
ii;   bills, an.l  lame were passed. communication  with  No. 'J hall,     ex Merino, S.  Moran,  M.  Mchood, D,  Nlo-
A„l. Cowan!   'Ihi- in..'.       ,-ill   I., a cepl  by  lelophone.   Mr.   Haley will be hoi, I).  I'orlit,  I).  Ryeroft,   I'..   Scott,
nod,   li wn    hi  - •' .r ii,.'. ,in> useful  ihere,     lie i-> a iloserving     nlu H. Shaw,
i    ho firemen t    pull together. man.     ami  ii     dusi    ing   nf charity     l.uw  S il I'rimor In High Si I
"SAl.ADA" is the same wherever or whenever
you buy it- ale ays of unvarying good quality.
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Its native purity and garden freshness is perfectly preserved in aaaled "SALADA" Packets.
 Bluck, Mixed uiul Natural Green, 40c, SUc, OUc and 70c per lb. ■ a
...   Mail II  raid   la. I   no  : I   ;..   ;.,!,,,   ho wmilil  rather work  [or il.
Primer.   I'.  Abrahamson,  I..  Bongard,
,,,, :!,,    iiduels  like ,1   li I    I'ho misitn-|    Mr.   Morris:   Iln   I   understand   your F. Boiirnu, II. Hrndsliaw, VV. Cameron,
 I a,   •   , tlml    "...     all.   worship now   thai   we  lun iltlod lho ■-'■  Clilt'e,  A.  Daniel-..  M.  Dosil   tl. |
I'he I id, and   ill other bills   trouble that  • men are to go to the Field, A.  Floolham, T.. Coodwin,      M,
will b.' paid at  ,,,,..■ , ,n as     ,m   opera I,hum' un .how nights on pay as Hoodwin,  A. Uranslrom,  II.  Hall.   C,
i„.   Th,   iimiieil  hud  m,  .,:.,.|      lines,   before.? Ilunbury,      I'..     Hay.  I..     Ilobson,  «'.
and will favor No.  I all il    an. W.  are'    Tlm Mayor,   You have Innl no nntico |.)ohnson,  I'..   Konwnrd,  I).  I,aim.'.      I!.
■   [or strict  economy  i.t.l  will  save  uf any roctuding ..i the motion passed l.awe, A.   Lie. l».  Lundoll, D.    I.yttlo,
I. .-1.-,m nip, t'.        ., .    a, .   some time ago authorizing   this,   ami M. Lyltlo, M. McClonoghnn, I''. Mellon-
end  a      mil V ni       you must  go on uh before until     liu aid,   II,   McDonald,   I'.   McOrogor,      V.
.  ,,f  .,   mints   will  be kept,    We   I her notice. MeKinnon,   li.  Mel.oan,
can't p   uni u    lower    •....-   and  have      Mr.  Morris.    I'hal   i-  whal   I  wanled      Low   Serond   I'rimnr in High  Second
■ i.   iiltli      I   ihe  pn       lo know. I'rimer.   W,   Mcltuo,  I..  Manning,      S.
■    .. i  i,, ial,.. a deli     tii ;a'    A  mii' nf thanks was passed (., lhe x Ihiun,   F,   Porta,  Cl.   I'ortcr,   Wong |
-lar iiver our elforl  . i ity Coaneil lor iheir visit  which was Sing,  I),  Smylho,  I'. Skene,  IJ.     Tup-
I   ■        \br ilian,.,,,;     I'|       bill nuisl   heartily returned 1" ihe liremen by tho I'ing.
■ i. ,.   the ...      .-I ouncil, ami  with  an  interchuugo     of      how  Sec I   Primer lo fflgli  Second
i;      wuiilil      ,iui   hnvi   i"",i  .ii-. i-m-iI.   'Iieei'--  the  moctiny  ami,-ably  tormina- Primer,   -I.   Allen,  II.  Bruee,  V.   Bruce,
been  ..    inisui  lei  landing   led. K.   Bradloy,   I..   Blanloueho,   II.    Cur-
GarJen, Field    Q
an
dF!
ower
New crop row arriving fr v our growers in K gland, France,
Holland, Canada and Ibe United S ilw. Ml tented as to
vitality and purity mi tirrivit T "• e-i is gooil enough for our
custtimerR.   Catalogue ine.
Business   will  !"■ ('ontinuei]  at   our old  Rtanrl until May.
After that in in w location, wl' eh "il1 '»• announced later.
ADDRESS
AL J.
•ii
3 110 Wciiiniiistcr Road
VANCOUVER,      ■       -      B. C.
all.
,1        .,  :• PorliaE     lhe    brit ado
but the di Iiij     .. r the bill
i   ions.     Alii.    P-i-v, -■     W as
l'i,- ■ ity     Ii    ,
CITY SCHOOLS
icon, M. li.'Minui,.". I). Carlaiid, N.
'ual,. .1. (loch, M. Goodwill, -I. Pugs-
ley, i .  Stone,  F.  Wutsou.
llnli   lii-i   Primer    lo   Low   Sot 1
l'i iiner.    Y.      Abraham, on,      I.'.  Arm -
mid-winter PraniDtion Examine
Vld.  f'mvan:      I'm ulnd  '."  li   i
tion List
.,   1   ilia:,    i
,-, i   to       I
,     :  . .
:     fill
II.
'
ill     ill     |
.1
Ii a i lai
. re,  bill   ,
w ,! Ini;
1
I'ucufnn, I.. Cook, I), t'reielli, F. Donaldson, F. Fdwnrds, ('. Fleming, It.
II, mine.  I'. (Irey, T. flrey, \'. Gallia-
lerk |    Fntrancc  Clnss,   lliau.'.',   I-'..,   Brock, ':'"""   "■  ,iolcl    yL   Hamilton,      II.
■   I  I  i.v.   thai   tl pern  house   al -   I...  Urn..',   I-'... Corson,  Im.   Diekoy,  S..   Hughes,   II.   Jncks    1'.   .Johnson,  C.
ii  ■   wu    paid for, ...  all  bill- in   Field, C, .lohnson,  Y'..  Lindmark, M„   •l"'!"-    "•  "'ones,  I..   King,    I).    Lo
!        Ii.nl b .n   it   •       in liiilh. Maclean,  I'., Mel d. V.  Mcltno,     ('..   Ii"'111'  ' ■   '■""/"-  r    !-""«! I,   Albert
II   ' I"   I ways full}   Monm, l..,     Morgan, E., Sibbald, C,   hmnb, V. Madden, 11. Jlel.ean, J. Mn-
 (used before. Simmonds, K.   Stood, l.ydn. Sorley,     T,     Minolli,  1.  Morgan,  -I.
"•  Kii   on    Tho   .   .    ., Intermediate   Fourth   itoudor lo High   Murray.     I'..     Kolson, S.  S'ormnn,  ll.
I., .     ..,'.     „p I        Ii   Header,   M.   Abrahamson,    0.   ''agdin,  ■).  Patrick, B.  Peter      13.
Burridge,  M.     Cathols,   K. Clay,      M.   Weaitl,     -I.  Pugsley    M.  Kinger,      M.
. Colurch, P..  Daniels,  M.  Kloetham,   E.  sl,aw- ■'■  s,,,ilh. H. Stacey, K. Saih-
II. ■ I lei  in-:.  I. ii II". M.  Ila.t. II. (tag-   rrland,
...   gen,  M    Lawler,  M.  I.ee,  A.   McCartor,      '•""   y""*<   I'rimer In     High       Firs!
I.M K  tlF   STKI i    -   1".   '  ; Ittll   -.    I.   M     irthy,     .1.    Mclnlyrc, \S.  Mc     I'rimer.    I..  P.,.in.  M.  Bell,  E,  l'aris,,,,,
Lean,  I'.   Moran,  M.   Paget,   Y.      Hob.   (;'   ''ampbell,   M.  Cnueellierc,  M.  Cor-
iner. M.  Daniels,    Vi. Dm I. Fleoth-
Low Fourth Heu lei     ,  Intermodiato  '""'  l:- "allicnno, P.. lienelie.  I.  Hun-
|        |]  , kberg,     I.   I""'"   \-   Henderson,  ll.   Ilollon,       II.
II,      P      I' .mi'l.,!:.   11.    Cooke,  I'.    '■ 'u,v '   ''■   '•"'''   ll"   l-imlmark.       .1.
i ino.  I    Unllieano.  II.   MneKi.iiion,  It.  M ickenrot,  I..  MrColl,
E. II        n,   M    llendei  .1.    M    S,oJlnl   M"   l'"r"1"   E-  S'"""   «'•
Mi..     ,|      .i   ,;,,..,,,.  |.",  MoMahon   Sm.vthe,   P.  Twin.   !•'. Turk. .1,   Craw
ildler, A    Voun
ford,  I'.. Camozzi,  P. Cummings,     Y'..
, | „„  i.',„„■••,   IJi'-" l:- Frisby, -I. Fuico, II.  Fetante,
H. Culliei  T. Jackson,   I'..  Jolliffe,
, M. Brock, (i. I
i    i'
I..  Kin, aid. (i.  King, A.  Lawrence, M.
,, „p||c       |     Luinir.      II.   LelJlass,  r.   Lyons,        \.
\      I.       m    Menotti,   II.   Mnr.an.  .1.   Moran,  F. M,-
,    j|       Cart! .   li.   MeKinney,   .1.   Me line,      I'.
Uoyeruft,  II. Slingley,  ll. Sirianni.
M.  I!
A   DICSPF.HATE   W(iMA\.
Ma ba-. Uiv..  Feb, 7.—J.  P..  Honey,
team  it •.     was  ■ hoi  last   Saturday
^   ,.       l'i   well-dressed  young woman,  sup-
m   ed  io  I'.- his ^• if.-.   Tlm woman later committed  suicide by  taking  poi-
ii I ■■ i^l    live,     lb"   refuses     In
' ■■:.' .
SIGNS
All kinils
I!, q lonable Pric
Paintinrf and
Pciper Hanging
ii  ' iiiaranl< 1 -I
R. /.- CI^ASVFORl)
NOTICE
Water.
liglit and Power Depart
'
By resolution of City
ncil:—
Water   an'l   L'ght    Accounts
t
pei ' h   is  al
i  to  run
Povt/or Ohn'i:ci
month
i ■• 'I.
Inafallntlon   ( h   rgen
paid in
(nil brfoi dlowi ■!
'
PLFASE    NOTE:
I
ithoul
a | .
•'
...i_r________5s__j_;____a______^
Ames Holdcn Shoes
for men who work
for men who are much
on their feet-for artisans, fanners, fruit
growers--all those live
an outdoor life- these
shoes are particularly
well suited. They ore
made strong, serviceable, practically impervious to the weal her.
well sewn throughout
They are built to definite standard, for every boot must pass the most critical
inspection before leaving the factory. We have put a
lifetime of experience into the making of these .shoes.
They are the most perfectly dependable shoe on sale in
this Province to-day.
ASR  FOR
AMES-HOLDEN SHOES FOR MEN
P.S.—You cannot get more out of a boot than the
maker has put into il, and that is why we are emphatic
upon this point—the quality of the Ames-IIoldcn Shoes-
we know what we have put into them.
AMES-HOLDEN CO., Limited
___B____E___&::..>'r7.;---:~ ~.
TP'y^l^V 'f 7'' j
.M -li"        V/        -     '
lilllli
iGFFERIKT
AS   ROUSED   THE   CURIOSITY
CP   THE   WHOLE   WEST
"Ilo you rc.illy think" one housewife will sav to »::ot' er "that this
new flour con I • belter thin lhe Hour we am us.ii(! ? "
MaJiiiu, ti.cre is no iloabt ahout it.
But iln re ia just one way you can be convinced. You must use
It your-' if.
(h r claims will not sntisly you, but we buck up our claims In such
■ way that] iu will lose nothing by trying Robin Hood.
Vour grocer will tell you aoout our guarantee which Riv s you
ba.k your money ll you arc not
satlafted.
THE SA'KATGIEWAN,
fl'.jUli MILS CO.
S ll'.. . I IJ
MOOSE JAW
SASK.
-hWimIi-ii i'hi ii fr FEBBUAR- '.), 1910
f|'
HIE    AlL-UERAi.U, REVELSTOKE, B- C-
Pag
Closing Out Prices
Fruit end Dim it trial Trees
Having dippoied   of  onr ntn-ii-
by May, I nm prepared to offer i-pu-i •! p
Splendid m-Kortnixnt nl  oniiini-iim
having been growing on our ground- '"
Onu of tho liu""!, seleotions of r>-
Variolic?, suit ft hie for llii* peclior, in   .
_,rM". each, $20 por 100, *150 per 1000,
50,('0() Innl tree* in leadinH \»tn
10,000 - Im tie tr"t'H, in all mz/'h ami ,
UreanhouRes full of plants in  at1
per 100 pots up.
uiiiIh » i hn cleaned up
■;,? i.n iiii Ch-Ii b:ii);aiiiij
rets, i" 'hniiitttl stock,
,"  r-, (ii-iii 10c. up.
n  It.1    in nil lending
2-year blooming siz h,
.1 t.ia - half-price,
I,"   iin< price \nur list
ml prices, frutri $'!
M.J.
OFFICE AND PACKlNi
Ol'M S
2C10 Wistminster hie, Vancouver
T0TICE
NOTICE IS HEKKBY GIVEN that
sixty days from date I intend to apply to tho Chief Commissioner of
I.i in 11 for purobaao of land situated
about U'i'i chains up from mouth of
Wootl Uiver, post planted about 160
chains above mouth of Wood river nml
marked K. A. Andrews, S. W. corner
post, theiu'O uorth 10 chains, east <U)
chains, mmtu 10 ehnins, thence west
(ollowing Wood river to point of com*
menoetnent,
Dated this 10th day of December ,
1909. E. A. ANDREWS.
W. ANDREWS.
Agent
-j-STOTTr-hi
NOTICE IS IlKkKlVY GIVEN thai
sixty days from date T intend to apply to the Chief Commissiooer of
Lands Ior pure I ase of laud situated
about 110 ehains up from mouth of
Wood river, post planted on north
side of river and marked P. A. Bed -
strum, S, 10. corner post, thence north
40 chains, west 40 attains, south 10
chains, east 40 chains, containing 160
acres more or Iohs.
Dated this Ukh day of December ,
1909.
P.  A, KEDSTROM.
U. K. HEDSTROM,
Agent,
ITOTTr-TT!
NOTICE IS tir.UK.HY fStVEN thai
sixty days from data 1 intend to apply to tlm Cliiof Commissioner of
Lund.-i for purchase of Innil situated
about 140 chains up from mouth of
Wood river, post planted on north
side of Wood river nnd marked O. V..
Hedstroin, S. \V. corner post, theoce
north 111 chains, oast -11) ctiaiHB, south
40 chuius to Wood river, west Following river to point of commencement ,
containing  ItiO acres more or less.
Dated this lOih dav of December ,
1908.
Q. E. HEDSTROM.
LAND NOTICE
TAKE .NOTICE that I Percy Harold
Peurse, ol Trout I.ftUe, B. C, occupation engineer, intend to apply lor permission to purchase the following described lands:—
Commencing at a post planted at
the N. Vi. coiner of lot 412H, thence
east 'JO chains, tbenre north 2(1 chains,
thence west 20 chains mure or less to
lako shoro, thence south easterly a-
long lako shore about liu chains to the
S. W. corner of lot I74M, thence north
along western boundary ol lot tT'JS
about 10 chains to point of commenca-
ment and containing   10 acres more or
bn,
PERCY HAROLD PEARSE.
December 16th, 1909.
USTOTI C_T
Revelstoke Land DMHnr.
Dlsttlotof   West K"i l'P«V.
Take Notice thai I, M. K. Lawson,
of lit velstoke, Iiousel- "t'pei.  inleiil  to
apply for pei mission lo purchase the
following described Innd*:
Commencing at a pom planted at the
BOUtheftBl corner of I ol 8.WW, and
marked ' M. K. Lawpnn'n Northwest
Corner Post"* thencr 10 chain* south;
theoce lo chains west: thence 20 chains
north; thence 20 chain* Hnntj thenre
:'ii, haii north to line nf Lot 8,06fl;
" mm nh np[ said line to place of com«
menoi tm nt
li .1 October IMih. I WW,
iv v   ll H.   MIINMI- K. LAWSON.
NOTICE.
j    In tuu L.ouut>  Court of West lioote-
nuy Uoutuii at UuvuiuioKe.   iu ih_ mutter ot     • i..11  UtiU-fcUttiion Act,  I'JUuV
uud
In the ui.iiiei' ui  me application  of
Ilowiu   i-f-u-ih  lu uuueel u poiiiuu ul'
plans wj  uud   IkIwJUi   "led  iu  lue Laud
UegUtr) liiuuu ut Lliu City ui iNelsou.
lU  ......   iinUM  11   _UA1   UUMi.K.s
Notice   in uereby given thut tne petition ui   ueuitt liostock dated  the '2ltii
day ui  September, A.  It.  Tju'J, tor uu
rdei' uuieudmg uuu annulling certain
pulls  ui   (Hans   uiUiiueiuU   U.»_!   Uiul  Gbiltt
being urnud ui BUuUiV laious ul pur -
Lion a ui Lots nil una UiJ, Ui-uup
ue, KuultUiaj iilsiliui* una known, ua
ComupliA towntuttt, wui oe Ueurd ui
the Luurt House, KeveitHoke, ou rteu-
uesdttj tne loin uuy ui i'uuiuury, i\..
1)., t'Jto, at tne tiuur ui 10..iU iu tne
uieiiuun, unit iVUi.j Hr.lt lA.b_.__ AU -
'J 1L.1- inui LUe sum ueuuou ia lur lue
Cttueellutiuu ui uuii poriiou ul auiu
plan Ud'J an is coliiUf.SttU tt Uluu lue
iu.lu*wub uo til ulu net*, naiueiy, uli that
portion ni bUlU iul nil Luiuiueuciug
ut a pomi in me easterly oouuuary *>l
suid iui till wUure lue same ttuuld
be mierseuiuu uy ine _\ or titer iy bouu -
Uury ui tot l in Uiu.i* 12 produced
easterly in a gtraigut one iu mterseut
Uie suiu euolutiy buunuuiy ul lot llll
tlieuutj tttu>ujii> oi a uiiuigul line to
tne uui'in ouol uuruur ui said lot it in
blueu I-, muni _ Miutnt'ii) aiutig Mie
easterly buuuuary ui suid iut 1 iu
bluctv   I'J  iu  tne _uuin easterly corner
Ol aUld IOI 1 iii Ulucn. I'J, Uieuce SOU-
tlieriy toouwing Uie eusieiiy buunduiy
of suid lul 1 iu biueK 12, piudueed
southerly in u stiuigui Hue to lue
soutlieriy luuu ui tne uiiey ruuuing ue-
tweea tne .Nortuerlj ouuuduiy ui tuut
plot ui luuu marseU * Aiiu Ktwerve''
ou suid plan UoJ; li.eine uusLeily lol-
luwing uie southerly t_imt ui duid ui-
ley und tne aoruierly uuuimaiy oi
suid plut ol lund marked "Alio Ue-
servo ' produced easterly in u atraignt
hue tu the easterly uutiuuaiy ol suid
lot llll thence uonberly, foilowmg
the said easterly ouunuaiy oi suid
lot 1141 tu tne putui ui commence -
meat. Aud Ior tne uauuellauon oi
that pui'Uou ol said plttO OJJu us is
comprised wiUiiti ihe luiiuumg u<_uu -
dunes, Dttiuuly, uli Uiul puruuu oi
block "A'' according tu suid piuu
63Ja marked ".Reserve" on suid piuu;
uli that poi lion ui Aiuiu A tree I us
shewn on t>aid piuu 0.»-u lying east ui
a line druwu uciuss suid Aluin Street
ut right angles to the HOUUicrly limit
thereof; from a point m said southerly
limit 127 leet east oi tne wesieny
boundary ot suid hn 114_S und ail,
thai poriiou oi bomenos Avenue us
shewn ou said plan IkIJu, lying south
of u line drawn across suid Somenoa j
Avenue at right angles to lhe westerly !
limit thereof, Irom a poiut uu suid '
westerly limit IUI feel south uf the
south-east corner of lot 1 in block IJ
ns shewn on suid plan 63_la.
Dated ut   Revelstoke, li. C., thin 3rd
day of January, A. Ih,  1'JiO.
Approved J. A. V.
C. E. GILLAN,
1    10T1U8 OF ASSIGNMENT
NOTICK is litimliy given tlml pin-
umit to the "Creditors' Trust Deeds
Ant, 1'JUl" and uiui'iidiiiy m-.ts, .luuu".-.
C. llutcliisini, of tlif i-iiy nf Revel -
nUii.ii, in the pt'ovluoe td Itritish Col-
uinliia, Luuiiiliyiiian, did tin the 21st
day uf January, A. 1)., 1010, assign
nil his personal estuto, orodlts and
tilTui-ts whioh may bo soizod and sulii
under execution tt. Frank Uolten, ol
tlio said city of Itovelstoke, bookkeeper, for tho benoflt t»l his oreditors.
AMI NO'l'lt'l'". is hereby given that
a meeting of the oreditors of the said
.lames 0. Ilutrliistin will lie held iu
the uHiie of Gillan & Elliott, First
St., Revelstoke, B. 0., on Saturday ,
thu run day of February, A. 1)., 1910,
at the hour of - o'olook iu tho after -
noon.
A I.I, PERSONS having any claims
against   the  said   .lamas   C.   LfUtolUBOIl
ure required to forward partloulars ol
the same duly verified, to the nssig -
neo at Revelstoko, B, C, on or before
the 28th day of February, 1910.
AM) NOTICE is hereby given that
after that date the assignee w'ill pro
eeetl to distribute the proceeds of tin-
estate having regard only to the
claims of which he shall have received
notice and he will not be responsible
for tho assets or any part thereof so
distributed any   person or persons,
of whose debt he shall not then huve
received notice.
Dated at Revelstoke, B. C, this 28th
January, 1010,
(III.LAN  _   I'.l.l.lOTT,
Solicitors for Assignee.
NOTICE.
IN THE MATTEB OF AN Al'l'LI -
cation for the issue of a duplicate
Certificate of Title to Part (ti aores)
of South Fast ^ of the North Wis!
J of Section 26, Township -.1, Range
2, West of the sixth meridian.
NOTICE IS IIKIikT.Y GIVEN that
it is my intention to issue al the expiration of one month after the first
publication hereof a duplicate of the
Certificate of Title to tho above mentioned land in the name of William
Edgar Smith, which Certificate is dated the loth November HHV.I and num -
tiered U579A.
"T. al. BOWMAN"
Deputy District Registrar.
l.nnd Registry Ollice, j. 26.1m.
Nelson, 11. C„ Jan. 22, 1010.
A HEAVY SF.NTKNCE,
Mason,   Mich.,   Fob,  5,   For  the em*
bi'z/.li'iiicni of nearly 8800,000 of stale
funds, former state treasurer      Frauk
Glazier was sentenced  today  'll  serve
an   inin lncilialc   si'lllcticc   nf   from     li\c
to  leu years in  tho penitentiary, The
Court   in  |iassinLi  si'lilclni" imi iiinnicntlcil
thai  the convicted     man serve       tho
maximum   term, provided I
nl hard labor.
Mission Frauds
WANTED
FOUND, lu ihe lobby ol the post
ollice a ladies gold hingo bracolot .
stone sotting on the top. Owner can
recover same by Identifying properly ,
anil paying for this ad. Apply al the
posl ollice.
FOR RENT; Fttrnishod hotiso, apply al this oHice.
Two partly furnished rooms, suii -
able for light houso keeping. Apply
Mail-Herald Ollice.
ISTOTICE
Notice is hereby given that
Bixty days after date I, J.
Brill, occupation, carpenter, intend to
apply lo the Chief Commissioner of
I.amis for the purchase of the following described land, commencing at a
post planted about 20 ehains south of
Wood Uiver and about 100 ehains from
the mouth and marked J. Brill S. \V.
corner post, thence west 80 chains,
north -0 chains to bank of Wood river, theuce following south bank of
Wood Uiver easterly about SO chains,
theme '20 chains south to point of
commencement, containing 1C0 acres,
more or less.
Dated this 10th day of Dee.,     1909
J. BHILL,
G.  E.  Iledstrom, Agent.
Household  l*'uniituiv,~ Apply  lo   \\vti
C, W. Bodon, Third St.,  Kast. tr
1.-.OH SALK-'IYutii of Heavy Work
; Horses, also a Riding and Driving
Mire. Can be seen mL mill. Revel*
Moke Sau mill Co,, Ltd.
Synopsis of Canadian Homestead Regulations
4 NY available Dominion Land, withiu th»
x\ ltailwity HelL in Uritish t'oluinliia, mar
bti litMne.-teHtlt'tl by mil' i.or-un wliti i> lhe stilti
lioat! nT it tiiniily.nr tiny inalti ovor IH yoiirsaf
HKfi, to the oxttaitiit tiao-miitrtor M'ctiou of Ilill
Here." moro or lean.
Fairy must lie outfit" norsimiilly nt the local
laud ollice Tor the di.-lrlrt in which the land is
situate:    Knlry  hy  proxy  may.  however, ho!
made   on   certain   rouililions   hy   tlio   fallittr.
9other, aon. daughter, brother or sistorofnu
IntendtDg bomeateader.
The homesteader la reguired to perform the (
conditions coiiiihcIuiI llioiewitti tiuder one of
lhe follow inn I'lalis :
(1) At least six months' residence upon and
cultivation of the land iu each your for three
years.
C!) If Ihe father (or mother, if tho father is
docoasodi of the homesteader resides upon a
farm in tlie vicinity of iho land entt-reit far, the
requirements as to residence may bo satisuod
by   such iiersi.n  residing  willi   the
mother.
(S) If the settler has his permanent rosidouco
upon farming laud owned by hint iu ihovloin*
ity of his homestead, lhe roiiuiromouts as lo
reaidenoe may be satisfied by re.idonce upou
the said land.
Six mouths' uotice in writing should lie iriven .
to the Commissioner of Dominion Lauds at
Ottawa of iutciitiin, to apply for pntont.
t'OAL.— I'oal niluinit rights may tie leasod for
a poriotl of tweuly.oue years ut uu uuiituil
rental of JI per acre. Not moro than 'J.-'iU'
acros shall bo loused to oue Individual or
company A royalty ut tlie rate of live cents
per ton shall be collected on tlie mercliaiititblo
."oh! mined.
W. W. COIIY,
Deputy of the Miuisler ol the lularior.
N B,—Unauthorised piiblicutiou of this ud
verlisouieul will not bo paid fur.
THE ARMENIAN  FAKIK,
Tho uitioa ami iiiivii-; of I'anaila are
fit'i|lli'nlly visiliil bj swai'lliv looking
slraiiavl* in tlt'iiaal tlit'-s ulai bog
for Kohoola or oliurches in fur tlistunl
imi'is of tl." TiuUisli llniiiiiiiiiii- whore
ll   is  n-pi'lti'il   I Iui -liails   arc   iiin.li   n|i-
law   anil   I"'''*"'1'"    Ln''   'n   'H'etl  of   the  alms      nf
I YVi'sti'MiiTs   ui  proc'tiro   lliose lilt'ssin^s.
,     Tin'     HUperliiloiitlotil  of linraigrutitiu
nl Ottawa was upplietl t" recently   in
ill-pin! one u!  tlii'-i- pi'i-ui -   its a ft ua!
anil in      tbo    course tif  llu M--|>"ii •
dpiit'O whioh I'li-ui'il nas funiisbod with
a I't'P.v nl llif I'liilnwinu i.. t.i .--I iiiLf
slati'llii'llt from :lli ca-ti'la mi-s"ii a.ai y,
ntltltt'ssoil ti, the Alllol'icUII Consul al
I i.'lii/ I.
■\lilu       .l.'\V"lt.   Esq.,   Tho    \ imi i- in
C'onstiliile, 'I rebizoutl
Ihai Sir,—
Ur. Reynolds hits hnnilotl lo me the
hi lor I liai vnu wrote to liiir on Oct.
13th, 111(111, asking for inforinutioi
I'ci'iiiinr Mar Sorgins, liislmp of tho
( laililaaaiis. t,( Manila. Oollo, Kinli--
tun,   it ll. I    Ih'liriitl   Sil n    Dltlliolfl, -till
Iii hnvo lii-i'ii authorized lij tin- mid
Mar Sergius l" colled subscriptions
I'm- tlii- church in question.
MAR SKRfill'R.
Mar Sergius, (the title' is u-nl in-
tlifferently for 'Bishop' or '.Saint,' and
literally means 'Lord',J i- undoubted ■
ly a Bishop of Hi.' Church ..'.'l-l
'Assyrian,' 'Nestorinn,' or 'Chaldaoan'
wlitisf meinbei's are found I. i the mn I
purl in ilia tlisirii-i known n K u I
lun, Locally, the last uf thoso throe
names is conllued in ilm--. Christians
ol ilia ii'fli'l in question, who an' in
communioi wiih Roman C.ttholii .
Inn .\!-n- Sergius i- nol one of i!i -i
branch, lint of tin- older independent
church. II.- resides nl a place proj er
ly called 'Matn Mar /...ia, (village ..f
Si. /.liai anil colloquially Mala lh"
mountain district of Jilii, llakkiarl.
The nearest centre uf government is
(lulaniork, distant ono 'la;.'- journey,
bill there is Unit- law or ord r of an}
kind in that district, llu- age nf tl"'
Bishop is ubottt   -■'' years.
Till'. LETTERS
This    Bishop   does    often    give letters, commending  iho bearer     in the
charitable and giving him more 01 !•■--
nf authority tu collecl for '.In- Church,
in   iln-   counti ii--    in w hi ||    he l'	
Tho bearers represent themselves ns
collecting fnr church-building - I
orphanuges, &c. In no ease have I
ever known any nf tin- money given i i
bo spent nn anything In:', the benefit
of the collector himself, nor could the
father or
 | I'.-tli i.n. I
ilaitnr.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that G't days
from date I, VV. Andrews, occupation,
miner, inieml iu appl) tn ilu* Chief
Commissioner ol I.amis, to purchase
the following described land, situated
ohout 'Jim chains from mouth of Wood
River and n post planted on south
side ol rivei and marked VV. Andrews
N. K. corner [inst, thence south -l"
chains, west KI chains, north 411
chains to point of Wood river, thence
following bank nf Wood river to point
uf commencement, containing 160 ac -
res inuri" or less.
Dated this luili tiny nf iw.,     nuiy
W, ANDREWS.
Water Notice
N   ite is hereby given that an nppll
■ n will lie made under Part V. of
li      'Witter  Act,   UXJU," tn obtain a
n a in  the Revelstoke Division of
\'. tsi Kootenay District.
|]   The name, address and oct'iipa-
nf the applicant—Corporation of
ii.  <ny of itevelstoke, B.C.
[Iff i' mining purposes] Eire Miner's
11 Tii ale No	
[  |   The name of the lake, .stream or
i  •■ [if unnamed, the description Is]
am Hotting off Mount Kevelstnke
a  a  valley   In a southerly direction,
ni d emptying into Ihe Illeclllewaet nt
a iio'iit about half a mile west of Greely
< I. bridge.
(i | The point of diversion at a
poiiti about 25(10 feet above sea level
• ■   -aid stream.
| ] ibe quantity of wn tor applied
fui |ii rnbic feel pei second]—ten
■ i.lni leet per second.
[ | Tlie character of ilm proposed
»iik—K inch pipe line to conned
u ii i. Rrldge Oreelc.
|i| The premises on which the
wa 11-is to be used [describe samp]—
'I he Corporation of the City of Revel-
si      bl".
I   ]   The   pin puses   for   which    the
 r is to he used— General city use.
|i'| If for Irrigation describe the
ami intended to be Irrigated, giving
hi If the water is to he used for
pi Wei" nr raimug purposes describe the
place where the water Isto in* returned
tn some natural channel, nnd the difference in altitude between point of
diversion ami point nf return	
Ill Area of Crown land Intended In
be occupied by  tin'  proposed works
About 12 acres,
|k| This notice was posted mi Ibe
i-lghth day of January, lulu, and ap.
• liciiliim will be made In tlie Cninmls-
Inner tm lhe eighth day uf Pi binary,
1910.
['I   (Jive  the  names   ami addresses
nf any riparian  proprietors orllcen-
-i'i'h »bn or  whose lands ait'likely In
in"  hfleeted   by  tbe  proposed works.
titer above m   below  liie outlet-
Government land as far as is known.
URUCE A. LAWSON,
City Clerk,
jnn 12 hn Revelstoke, li.C.
Wood For Sale
Orders Taken for
Early Delivery
Cut in 12, 1G, 18 or 24
inch Lengths
MARKET   PRICES
W. B. ROBERTSON
First Street     Tel    B.
UNION HOTEL
'arrowhead, b. 0.
Special Attention given tu commercial
men ami tourists. First-class sample
rumns. Finest Bcenery in Hritisli Columbia, overlooking Upper Arrow Lake.
W. J. Lightburne. Prop.
Union Hotel
RESTAURANT
Under New Management
WHITE HELP ONLY
Stewart Macdonald
Proprietor
CEMENT BLOCKS
MtuiiifftcLnred fnr «.. oiantl of  huildifjsi
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE CLAY AND FIRE  BRICKS
fo<V<i!fi Ui WrjrflTnr maH qowitHUi
tl tit th* U.wflit t.ricn- 'or    > I
411 klinlK.of building u.vl.i. U,*.- -■ n,
iitiittrtHktii
A. PRADOLINr, • REVELSTOKE
if     tho    Church,  '   '
known us  Mar Shinuin, and who     re-
>i«li's near »Ttilnmerk.)   tell  me oi
a cane.     The men  \,!n> g^o oul
collect  himply  for  themselves,    though
the Bishop in question  may  bo     fat
forget      himself an  to aci ept  a  mi tl
Blutre of the pi undo i.
The I'ntriarch li i-; made an effort to
stop tlii- traffic, both because ol tl i
scandals, and because he knows   tlia;
the nu 5   thus ffiven would mfliee to
Biipply nil the     schools &c thai     his
church needs, if it  were spent  for   the
purpose for which i'  i^ given.  Hi   I
sei I   letters  t'> ilie Goverim   nt  of India, nuthoi • ;i'_      thi   pro ecu I ion     of
any who colled      tn his name,      ti I
im doubt  would do ili<- same for   the
Am. rii an      Oovei nment,   if   requestwl
He  Iui-     ii"'   however,    1>- •
able to control his colli agui  .
ROBBERY FAIR PLAY.
There    are,     of   coui je,  cv •»:-.
llu--.,- who pi i I ■■   this li    ;
1st". Tho utter povertj in which the
people and 1'i-n ip exist, which makes
them willing  to ado] of
e ii nine  mi i e>.
2nd.   'J'he fn
ueithci   propert; life hu    had  ai
.:;■ it thi It '■■•' -'■
nn n ribi
Iri tor     in teatl of u gun.Theri   if
vpim   r|i        '.   h 't. -
Mini  - .■■ ndl thi
robbi' ■   ! ■ •      fair
piny.  '
I'.,.I     I '        foi '      if    those in evt
couutr). wli     li...      ,| ;i  ; m ; '■.       more
11, ii * brnii        I             i     litter
|ni\,-i ly lo An
ia .  i ,■    i    _   a      rn    ie
nol  ..-j .■      to  b'-  taken  nei 1..1-U
hi-   own lain],  lit'  i in  ii.llf.l   _:i,IKto .
it  wi 11  li lit | ■
-
111!     I   I.!'  I 'I'V
nf  iim-. ■      Oi
uai"i. - they would
of   tl •
ver; ii
cluowhcri   wish  to
who hi'i     tl ■ •   rn ."
to   In
often i"       I   'i-i'    v
winli,
tlia i lin. Ii, then lei  ';  i
■
i ' ■
i.i ■ ■■ i
the;       . -   ■   tha
linn.";,   wi     1* ■      I
po il i~ (riven.     li the
ill,mm.,   r-onfe himself a  fraud.
I lll.si:  MISSIONS   Mil'!
I     An mi a ai..   The   I'n' lij Uirian Min-
■ion ul L'rmi, Pei lie I longre
L'a!iiill,lli-1   tni--itill   al   Vim.  'lurk.'.
3. I'.:.'i.-li The UnglUh Churoh
mi-.-ii.ii i' \i lil"|i of ' a;.'"ii'tty' \-
liyritin  mi--:  ni.  ut   I rmi mid  Van.
;J. French, The l.u/ari I I .-.111 ■ • i -. at
I'rini. .ual the 0<    lini   ill      '   Van.
I. lii.-ian. The Ortliodox Church
mi-- ii .n ai I ■ •' .
One oi "ill- ■ tli■ -■ w II iuil most
rctigioufl  idi I doubt     if
poi -a, utioi   •!   the    . .J ...i., ..'   I'lautl'
il,. ,,_!,   the;   ii^imll)       , .  nould  l>   ol
Ull)     11-,'   f' ,1     LVl    ■    I,' '. .  ":
\.    I lie  I i ■   : I al   ' i,"'.   show   are
usually   L"i uii ■ •■   d willi [i ai
dtilenl  intei I
II, Irnj.i iHotunei I it i ., deterront to
those iiifii. neeiiu] thai the prieonH ol
ii j .i'. ili.'.-i i -a ., ..'.,- board *nd lod-
jin.j far -u[ m-   •   ... ..-:\  ihal tho> can
get   al   I  and t on\ ictit   i .    no die-
(li i i' .•■ a ! ind ".1 • ii ii ially affords,  a ".ii'-miti   nu nf   i  •■ •". ami
only proves that  the deft ndui I   lid i ol
., tbt '   ' 'nnfis'' i :'  ihe  lei lorn aud
money   i:  poi *ibl ■.   md   lepoi !;.iion  o
the   li   11 nl - li.i1,    i: libit     .'.!atl-'(     i-
i a'.' able ii  ii  bo , ■■ • ,iblt   lij   Ameri
can,   is it iii b     Cnglisl
What  i- ■ eeded foi   thi    lb il mi^' ol a
a-'.'M. tha!        ...
A SI  VN1U1.  VXD  '.  '.' ISANCK
i-  that   il,,- t*l trital '»•    lit uld  be u. in
trel d in rills'    While     their
ireli    '■ -       ■■   '•■'■>     i  low foi im     i I
switidliii""       i rotitable,       poor     men
I    do nol  defend  Mar
Sen •■- ■ "H." im-■. i n'   I  .'..I ii.il
think 'v guilt entire!) oi their -.i-1.-.
I -■■. lost    .    rauslittioii of a lot
.  li:    lliiynoltls;  I do  not   n  iv
the nn" .   it il   di    I hliim   tl "  '.-:• phnn
' ! l ■ .    ! . I     i V '■   I    ■   l>'i!'!   ail   .
[iiii . red fi 'i the '' iiadian police,
im-. also ■■    vardrt!       m C metal!
:ii ..[■!,-.    I',-   ipjieai ii-"     ,1   ns
.1 I ai .,|-' ill, -I.". ^'. :■ i \. a-".- I. ll,
hi- ."-. ■ , ainl:.. :' i not pi 'babli
i'.   .■ ■,       ,,f .     i. .   :,,  i; ,,<..   ci i.
li    his, and hence it i     lillicult to
, _     .      \..  ,t . ,!,'    .^:   m   ,■••  are  '. ol-
■....:., iii-i^i  aivove.
\  '."..,1 1 on my p n ioi il position.    I
am     '•'.'   ni a small I- nd of      j'i-l.
clei i      ■■ .    Irthbp. of I   inter-
'.i' gland    lo ivorl   unde.r ll     l'i
' ri i'   u   ni   the  'A ■ ■:,   i in.'
or  'I'1   '■: '• .■ ' li. ii
tion ol     their tit I ■•■   II  ac -
i .-   .'.I  "• i'i.   n      he Bishop    .      :'„■
l !h .j ,''. I ll  !  ■ - it i
■in- il'-j.   '■■ de-
-imi- to abate il     I    ■   .
'»      I.  I   iv     er, tl ■ aarii -
. .  is-,:
he Orient        ' .    'l'i inks'      :.*.
• ur g ime'.
"•I'- '■•  •■:   ■ ,' , ■ j ,,!       stop
in  this      "."::      a,     !:,.'•   .   mill   !   hope
that «ill i-  th • case   ;i-.i ia At . irii..
! rem tin, Sir, &e.
: -." ;:   »     \   WKillAM.
i       : "f the Mission , ' the
'.::', :   '    " M rli i. \ .   In
 "
Railway Ho-dup
I.i. IRI 1!S   III].-    ','!'.!!.   K\l'[.(lll
nu   I ■ -
1'   ■  ■ n: _. I''eb    ''      Tl	
.        IM.- '   I..-      |l M
gers ■ ■ i-i"' ■ i Pacific
|i ,^.,..i_... ., east ol here.
The} were Vboul ."JI'm uiul
■ n ial of jeweli ivas take!
lii,- train on
ih.' oul lh ' ■! n.■'■■• until  tin ...      ncll,  l\
.  . . :■ 'ia       :l"
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i ■: -
One ilier         i           re I   '•
M     :       ■■!   I "-
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I la-       r    ■ '.i
(rutinysai l itollccl
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ii, , .,, ,       ■•       . I fab
'I tu- . Ij lift.<1 n i ing fn.
I'ii, .   -     i	
■
-., u:n.    I
on. Ni       -I iv, except
'
When tin of I
rat passe
it     t
I     ..:
i oped  the)
:      Ihi a
ba, I.  in their pot wi ■
d,    .'' ■. ■    il"'   li ■
thi
I.,,i ii , with  tin
rip| pi
md t
■ • .        '
■   i       i 'i.i'
l-j'.i Ci
Drill; Sii Page i.
THE MA I LH KHALI)   KKVKLKM
KK.IIKVAKY '.», lllin
Sbc flDatl-1bcraU>,
IVHMstlKII WKll   ESIIAY AND
.--.VI I! H II i V    AT
R_VK_Sl'OKE. B.   C.
3-ntcvtoc ipubllabtnfl company.
_lmitod
Subscription   Rates
limit, Mug aii-i,is"' rn Knglaud, t'liiit-'tl States
.11.1: 1 lltltitlU.
By the ruar |iliniu_k uiwlutthwl  J-"'*1
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t i   i.i ■-.
T&HJds   inii.   ttubsui'iutluus inty.ilik* In nu
AlJVliH tISINU   KATIis.
l^'K.,1,,     Locum* |i'a   liuu Ural   Insortloii,
... |„.| im,   uuuli -iilisi'iiaitil  him rutin
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,   tu   M i approval m lliu inanaisoinuiii.
V i initl i until iimhI tdiuri isuniunisi
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AMI IMNKHA.U,
HA11HI irHRS', BOL1C1TOB8, BTO.
t -       1 .,:. in :l.  BANK  Bt 1LU1KG KliVKl.-
bius.li, 11. 0,
loioan,          ,,
., ioke, B   '.   t ranbrouk, H, '.
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I! n i'i-l.'
Si    ill . ul     all'.
Baiici   ii" I '"•
II..,.; I   .      , .        " '.   '■:  'tl' Commkbob,
llii.:   Ma..iNa   UAS_,   I'.'t'C.
IFOR   SJk_n__,_B
Seven-Roomed House for $1675. Lot 50 x too in desirable locality.    Cash $(175, balance to arrange.
Eight-Roomed I louse, all modern and furnished. Lol
50x100, centrally located. Por sale at $5,000. Terms to
suit purchaser,
Five-Roomed I louse. Centrally located for sale al
$1275.
Building Lots for Sale in all parts oi the City at prices
ranging from $100 upwards.
REVELSTOKE GENERAL AGENCIES, Ltd.
REAL   ESTATE,   l.lll'.,   FIRE  AND  ACCIDENT   INSURANCE        :
V J
K11-; 1 ai'
UEVKLfcTOKE, !!•<
1 >• lut-.itr s.mi rii
I'.IM   IUI "       '"   '    .''    ,
M 1..:.. am mytr
: ilgl .     -i '-'
. '  TOE,
,. ...   ! KI   W" ' t..   TOK«
D
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H1TI
Fresh Ranch Eggs
Arriving Daily
Kippers Finan   Haddies
Smoked Halibut
Fresh Fish All Kinds Oysters
si
P.
c
uurns o* Co., Lid.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MEAT MERCHANTS
|iiirtiiu'iit slititiltl pive the t'ity a clt'iii"
profit over all charges ol 112,000,
which will further help tint tho situn -
tion.
Now as to llif future, the auditors
point mil tlif fixed charges ol tho city
aro exceptionally heavy in proportion
to revenue, and while tins situation
would In' considerably reliovotl liy tho
exchange nl Ufi year for 50 yeur iltv
heniiire- lie sai's the eity must got
mure revenue. Among other sngges -
linn.-- he makes is that hotel licenses
-In,nlil lie increased, lie considers the
police expenditure abnormally high for
a eity the size of Kcvelstnke, nml
thinks ii -liiinlil he reiliiecil. und with
whal reductions can lie mado lie advises the lines and hotol liconsos
sl.uitl.l pay tho total uosl ol police .
gaol uiul police magistrate. As the
lim s were £1,-187 Ins! year, this means
tiie hotel lieonses would havo lo bo
In i,.a-i"il from sjnn as nt prosonl to
s.'iiin per mm 11111, and lie hits put il tip
In ih,1 City Council lo make the in-
erense. Then he suggests the trade
licenses should bo inoroasod, probably
raised from "in lo 820 per annum, al-
-.' tlml all insurance companios doing
in, I,-- he charged a license of !>'Ja.
caiii. which would lie pnid by lho com-
pntiies     ainl  not  by   tho ngents.      lie
I is  inn   thai  practically all   other
cities havo litis source of revenue ami
so should  Kevclstoko,
I'ho new I'liutii-il Iiave now a definite
pi liey in work nn fnr lite year and the
iii'M thine iit in p.i ahead ami givo
el'n ,'i  i" it.
pumiynnwl
Baking   triumphs   are  every*
day   occurrences   with Purity
flour.
Highest  grade   in  the world.
Home - made bread
awarded first prize
at   the   National
Exhibition, Toronto, was
made from   Purity   flour.
Western Canada Flour Mills Co., Ltd.
Mills «t St. Boniface,
Godcrich, Brandon. S<^"
Office. Winniprs. Munlobt
^& in
More bread and better bread
1
*•*-.- •   jn—jw:
._3
-: ikk, B, t .       ■_. :       .    | ,,f     ti,,.  ant only once, but twice over.
■  ■- ■■.,,.-..   m - •   ■ , ,.
lor   i" I'- I I    I' yeai        With regard lo     the auditor's com -
All iiiioiis iitltlr, dtoPosI        ,    ....    ,,.,.;,.; :   .,      t as to the illcgalitv ol tho   bank
':'    .';,     '~"K ' * "'!      '"  ;l    '    Ihe      '•« 'overdrafts allowed, there nre two sides
:
C. vv.   j   w.
i"  this  and  while  Mr.  Stein's  sugges-
ie   "11   tile   -all'   -ide,   still   this   1116-
1   oi   ihod of financing     ua    only  adopted
tolen bj   tho ( olinril   on   i i'"   till ice  nf      iIs
tnd    onlirmed bi   the -"'in-
Mnnnluii V,=w C.i.-ip   Nn. T58
. m, . •.       :en;l 11111 ■'. ■
.      .
....   :  Mi'l.
jijHN ■■   ''"in. "'  '""  "'":l"  ■''" '''-''l  "lid  proper
.     V   ! ..    ■> '     -
Kootonay Lodco. No. is. A F. K A. M.
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IN WORLD.
"Mileage increased lo Pi.UK" Willi
this simple phrnso in nnnctuncing its
onrningt' for tho closing week of 11100,
the ('ana.han I'anli,' inaile I lie fuel
known thai it hns grown lo he by far
the greatest railin.nl on the Atnerieati
continent, and. with ii- steamship
lines, the most fur-reaching transportation company in the world. While
the mileage of the big Canadian sys-
tern is given as 10,01m ihin mentis its
mileage in Canada. as the t". I'. II.
proper. When lo ihi- i- added ihe
mileage ii owns and controls in the
United States ihe mileage i- increased
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iiiil.M of ocean route mt llu- Atlantic
antl l'te iii,- and the milengo of lhe I'.
I'. II. i.a regular servico is 25,000
miles, nr almost -ulli, ieut tn girdle the
earth  at   its  widest   waisl   line.
Apart I'tiini its entirely owned nr
controlled lines the t'liiiadiuii I'acilio
has raiiii' mileage thnri any railway in
lhe railed Stale-, its nearest competitor boinc the Santa Ke, with 11,889
miles. Taking the whole system lhe
Canadian I'licilic has l.i.mni miles nf
railroad owned or controlled, the New
York Central IJ..VJ;',, Santa I'e 10,235,
the i Irt ul \.inherit 7,90!5 and the Chicago _ \ " ih-\\e-ii'in '.t.iitiT. Tlio Canadian I'ufifif, therefore, in iidtlitiou In
lieiii;.-   :!,.-  ,,ni'.    through   line  from   ne-
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miles, bigger than anj   other railroad
tortliern lieinispliorc.
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Capital Paid Up ?,>3,500,000
Rest Fund S3 500,000
Has 65 Branches in Canada, am!      'lis and Correspondents
in all the Principal Citii     tf lhe Wnrid.
A OENrRAL BANKIN : BU8INI Of, TnAN3ATT-|>
SAVINGS     BANK    r-   PABTMENT
At all Brannhcs.     Interest a'low • "   i' highest current rate.
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in the i',t\rn- nt' discriminating;
buyers. It sells tm its merits'!
art and honesty in every piece.
Wo offer furniture elegance
with staunchness and durability. Yen have a wide choice
nf prices you cm afford,
R. HOWSON & CO.
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Import direct from country of ori
WHOLESALE     DEALERS    ONLY.
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market affords. Best Wines, Liquor^ an i
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rata
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GET YOUR BUCKSMITHING ..
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Corner Third 5-& Campbell Ave
REVELSTOKE
korseShoeing _ Carriage Work a Specialty
Doyle and Allum, Ltd
arc disposing of their entire Stock it a
small advance on cost. It will pay '■ou to
investigate their prices on Pi.imonds,
Jewelry)  Cut  Glass,  Silverware,   Watches
Doyle and Allum, Limited 1'I'.I1IH\I!\ 0, 1010
THE MAIL-HERAiil), REVELVCOKK, B- 0-
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We serve  ourselves by
serving you lietter.
A  pleased  customer is
our best advertisement.
HUME'S SPECIAL
A news sheet devoted to the interests of the citizens of Revelstoke and surrounding
towns and settlements.     Our aim is to place before the purchasing
public the facilities of Our Big Department Store.
Mail Orders.
Telephone Orders.
Send   the   children   to
the store.    Come yourself.
Have our city traveller
call   at   your   home   for
orders.
Ladies' Lawn Waists
48 Waists, Embroidered Lawn, New
Sleeve, Lace Collar and Kdgings, extra
good bargain. In the lot there are
$-.50 antl 13.00 waists. Sale Thursday
and Friday only at
$1.50
50 Waists, All Over Tucked Lawn,
fine sheer quality, sleeve ttttkt-d full
full length, luce edged, all sizes .'12 to 44.
Regular $1.50 waists for
95 cents
Children's Wash Dresses
A new line ol Children's Wash Dresses
in White Muslin and the lovely uew
colored wash materials in Lawns, ilimi-
ties, etc., very pretty and stylish. Neat
little dresses that you would like to see
the children wear.
Sanitary Diaper Cloth
Sanitary Diaper Cloth, a line soft non-
irritating bleached cotton cloth, medicated, at per yard
15 cents
New English Flannelette
In perfect colorings, .".2 and Iti inches
wide, thoroughly sponged, non nettle
rinish, ready for the needle, at per yard
15 cents
Fruits and Vegetables
i "ranges, Lemons; Russet. Northern
Spys, lVwaukee and Baldwin Apples.
Grapes, Lettuce and Celery.
i tlifornia Celery, Ripe Tomatoes,
Cabbage, Carrots, Beets, Turnips, and
Rota toes.
Pie  Fruits
Pears,   Peaches,     Pineapples,   Blueberries, tthuharb, in gallon tins.
J
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ams an
We carry all kind- ol Crosse _ Black-
well'B  Jams  in   lib. glass jars, lib. and
7I1>. tins.    Crosse & Blackwell'e Jt.
in lib. glass j r-.   Wagetatfe's Jam in
lib. glass jars, and 51b. pails,
Vi.-it the nt'w Ready-to-wear
11 I'lrltni'ti' on the Second Flour
Take Elevator or si lin opening
new Spring Suits, Coats, Skirts,
W ii -ts, Cblldn n's w ear.
New Spring Goods
Always interesting, the new goods for the
approaching season, and this year more so
than usual.
The new Wash Goods were never shown
in more lovely and fascinating color effects.
The artistic effects in the New Prints, Per-
coles, Ginghams, Zephyrs, etc., are beautiful.
The Muslins, Dimities, Vestings and Linens
are superb in design and color blends. The
Laces, Embroideries, All Overs, Bandings,
etc., were never shown in such profusion.
You will find all the New Goods on display
in the New Dry Goods Department, Second
Floor.   Take Elevator or Stairs.
Ladies' Boots and Shoes
IHtr line of Ladies' Boots and Shoes for Spring antl Summer
has just been opened. Xever ha< a more perfeet line been
placed on our shelves. They are the product of ■!. & T. Bell,
Montreal, and to-day this up-to-date manufacturing firm can
compete with American opposition on an equal footing. The
line comprises Hoots in black, tan and patent; Oxfords in tun,
bluck, patent, gray, and gun-metal: Pumps in all weights and
shades of tan, as well as patent and gun metal.
Ladies' Patent Leather Boot
New short vamp, military heel,
medium straight sole, either in
Balmoral or Blucher cut
$5.00
The Red Cross Shoe
I'he most comfortable and dressy
shoe on tbe market; made from
viei kid, with medium heavy flexible suit"; common sense or mili-
taiy heel; patent leather toe cap;
Bhit'her out
Boots $4.50   Oxfords 3.50
Ladies' Blucher Oxford
Either  black or tan, vici  kit, Cuban or
Common Sense heel; patent loeoap;• ■
sole; the most  durabls and easiest ihoe
-l.iif for the price
$3.50 per pair
Ladies Blucher Oxford
lilat'k viol liiti or gun motnl, patent, tan
or gray Russian call. Made with welted
*-<ilo by the  famous   Goodyear  pri
A-k to  tr tln'iii.    I'ii' ■•
$3.50 to $5.00
New Prints
P P Prints, the new colorings and
patterns. We had this makers line last
Beason md we know they gave our customers satisfaction Dainty patterns
prett> colorings and a perfect wash
goods at pi r ytr 1
15  cents
Hew Aiita Ginghams
The pro lucl I the fam ius VV lliam
Anderson looms of Glasgow, Scotland,
in the 1910 - ■ and i tripes, a 30 inch
cloth, pi rfi   •     • 'i goods, h pt-r vard
15 cents
New W__a_a Gingliams
Pine '. .     This w«il kno ■ n
bran I ne mn   nt.    It i- a staple
■  ■ 'i "I.at.    iro lu i    •'     .i in- it th-" vt-:ir
ii I, but col . • nr-" interesting at per .
15 cents
fe« San tery Hair Goods
A FiiaS    , ,:     Hair Switch, IS inches
tight, M . '' i-: ;;.  wn at
$2.00
N.W Cii!!!3 Silk
New  20-inch   Cnina   Silk,  all   iolnrx,
splendid  for  fo n     linings   and
fancy IVOl k, I     ., !
15 cents
Four Cars Feed
Just unit       '    Timothy Hav, Prai
Short h i|■, Wheat a
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THE MA 11/HERALD. Ri-VKLSmKI.. B. C.
FEBRUAUV 0, WW
CITY COUNCIL
Hold Regular Meeting on Friday
Night.
Rogular mooting In-lit on Friday
night; Present! Tho Mayor. Aid. Bows,
Cowan, Trlmblo, MeKinnon, MeCavty
aitl Abrahamson.
ConilESl'OXDKNCE.
Anti-Tuborciiliisia Society, uilvi iuu
annual mooting tit Victoria, Tlio Mayor Baid thoy woro not ontitlod to n
governor without miiUing n grnut, It
was proposed thut tl»' govornmont
Bhoultl laltf ovor llii' sanitarium nt
Kamloops, Aid. Hows wiiutod moro information "ii tlf mul lol       On ttttitit'ii
„f Aid.  M.'K'n n,   I'ttititli'd by      VUl.
McCnrty,  il"" lottm   was onlorod     ro
eoivetl iiutl lil.'tl.
II. A. Underwood, slating ho was
looking tor n Intuition tor a mui'hint!
shop, nnd asking what inducement tho
Council could oflor.
Aid, Bows ua- opposed i" bontising,
Vint suggested writing thoro wus n
v.i'tat opening lor such n business. Ro
movod the ('lerk write stating so.
Aid.   MeKinnon,  seconded.   Carried.
Board "i Truths asking that Mayor
bring boloro lliimune Society with n
view to recognition, tho bravery of
James Caldcr, and lo drnii uttention
uf Sir Thos. Sliaughnes \ in ilia service
t ial.tail In U. Miller, in saving Superintendent I',"'".'!'- car from I'alal
accident. On motion of Aitl Mt Kin
ii'in. sccondod by Mil. Hews, il wus re-
Bolvod tltc Cily Clerk write Humane
Society ami Sir Thos, Shiuighnessy,
representing these mutters at- requested.
Board uf Trail' en losing letter Irom
Crnnbrook Board of Trade re desirability ni placing a license "ti travel •
ling real estate agents, Ahl. MeKinnon said a travelling ual estate agent
showed liiin  a  license  he hull in    tnke
.. ll     it    K ; 11111.,, ■ J i ■ .   Iim    '.'. 'ta ll   la'        was
charged $_5.
In reply t" tho Muyoi ilia City Clerk
Bftid their license by-lnw ivnutcd ainen-
ding in  i It,' worst   v, a\.
Th,' Muyor -ait! ilia-, men took lots
of money out "i the town, and they
should make them pnj a license. Aid.
MeKinnon moved lhal llu- City Solicitor Ur nskotl i" .ul-. i-c whether ihu
Council ran itriiu up a b\ lav. to meet
the ense. They charged |it Idlers Sod,
antl thoy should give llu tocul real
estate it 1.-11 lhe sumo protection as the
merchants. Ahl. Trimble thought ii
would !"■ .; hurd thing in deal with.
Por instance it would be hardly fair
to Impose tu.' li' rit-i' on Clinrlie Den1
Aid. Cowtm speondetl Ahl. M. Km -
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■I. lv Siucliiir a. know It >i. au insl i ut
ti...,- ... .1  i». lay  ' ewei it ins &c,
meiintinie, and !, i p: j ua nt oi
claim for SI SI, also • (''.i 'it' In order
Byphoni for l! ish tanks. 'I'l"' City
Clerk -Mil Mr, Sim Inii laim couUI
not lir piiitl ill il..' ■ •
they could in 'Usurc '.| the « i irk < In
motion of Aid    MeCurl;
Al I.   l'i ml     I" m   !■ ■    U
claii   i"   infori . i.i.
\i     "   lioi     Irom       I     Hub
asking ptisi of t
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ii mistake hus boon made, lot us pay
it, and if lhu other brigade put in
thoir hill lol us pay Unit too. If the
firemen ehooso to put these hills up to
us wo should pay them. There should
be no cuncolliug ol any ot theso bi!U
till we uit'i't  the brigade und como   to
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urruugomont     with
a  lair
thorn.
Aid. Cowan said  lho)   hail  lo
form with what the old council
done,     Tin' objection wus   thoy
not see why thoy should pay lor
ding Tapping's
would huve ii n
ties ,'ttttl huvo
wiih thorn, 11.'
to pay tho lull.
Ahl. Allrahuiu
should lie I initl,
tlilli.'iilly ii
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iiting with  the brigu-
good understanding
seconded  (lie motion
ut   considered lhc  liill
rhti   would litivo   no
irranging wiih lho brigu-
no further ehufges for tit
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lhc  liill Mas then
tending lhc o|
The motion
pussed.
WOI1KS COM Mi'l I'BE.
Aid. McCarty reported Mr. Tapping
told liiin he would withdraw lhc bill
ho had im! in for damage by snow -
plough.
FINANCE COMMITTKK.
Aid. Bows roportod n number oi
a.. ..nuts hud boon passed anil sub-
mittcd -a heliilr.
I Aid. MeKinnon moved the Cily salary li.-t he mado up iu the sain.' way
us ilia school pay roll. There woro
things on th'' salary li'.l he would
lilu' lo go into further, when, us mutters wero now conducted bills wore
passed and paid before they could
look into Hioni, The Finnnco Coin -
mitteo could tl" nothing with them
utter they were paid. Thoy might us
well keep them in that  enso.
Aid. Trimble seconded.- Curried.
JAMTOR.
Th Mnyi r reported lu- had si"en C.
Young, who wu- attending lo cleaning
an.l furnueo ul lire hull ut 812.50 n
month, ami arranged willi him to ut-
tiaiil u- janitor ut the eity hall and
look after th.' lin- lu-r,. also ou sumo
hull.
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liill.     At   the  first
del tood thi .     l.ht
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Ahl.  Trie bit
let!   it,  oxpeel   pa'.i'   nt   lot
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Urithout  tin'1'!  qui   lion,
Ahl. MeKinnon;     V.<  nwi   >   tt.     tit
Bfttne  ns  I.i   1 yon ■ is billed
f.n   i'i. '-er' [< a. ;.■ rl .'.i-  hn■'   lo   [my
foi it till wo chnngo i'      I think now
torms tt- fir
i On motion of Aitl. MeKinnon, seo-
onded lo Ahl. Trimble, tin- arrangement in.uir h> lhc Mayor was confirmed.
MAYOR'S SAI.AUY.
A  bi lav   wa- adopted providinglor
payment  ni S5I10 :i yeur to lhe Mayor.
ST Iti: I'.I' StliNS.
Ahl.  Abrahamson suggostcd the mut-
'.ir of street    Bigus  It'-  Bubmlttod      to
th..  Works Committee  to ascertain the
■ ■   '.'.': report, and movod according-
ly.
!    Aid,   .'ilihiuuo!    iccondod.- Curriod.
WANTS T" KNOW
\ il    \|, Ktiuiot,    'lh"  City paid  «"'.t">(>
I   .   lots   !.  J, :,.   I.  Block   11     Wli.it is
ihe po ition . ■ that  property.?
I'it     (Mori I ha'   was   for tho   si.U
!'.'.   the    r i   gaol.    I'l ■     ity  built  tho
the  lund,
not  beitn; t he   issesaed
r who dead.
Th."  eit     -    ■ ted "!.'■
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'I'-   pooplo t               .. ml    •..  •' oity
r.wn i on ['OWED ir> M
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•' menl  witl    M   rico to
of land at power house?
('ity Clerk: No.
Ahl. Bews: How much tlooa he ask
for thut html?
City Clerk: 8600.
CITY  SOttlCITOK.
Ahl. Mt'Kiniioii: Is our legal adviser
uniler snlnry?
Th.' Mayor: Yes, 8500 a year.
CITY SCALES,
Ahl. MiKinnon: Somotlmoa weigh
I't'i. for t'tiul is charged and Bomottmoa
not. Is il  always     ohnrgod by the
fily'.'
Cii.i Clork: Yes.
Ahl Hews. What was th" ivvclillo
from the si-tiles lasl  year?
('ill   Clerk:      8220.
A COMPLAINT.
AM. McCarty said ox-Aid, I'rndollni
itiiiiplaiiii'il oi the way Sinclair hud
I'onni'i'teil his sewer, nnil wauled per -
mission to li\  i!  up himseli.
Ahl. Abrahamson movod, thut Mr,
I'rttdolini be given permission to remedy the defects in his sewer oontlGO -
tions and that the cost lie charged to
Sinclair. —Carriod.
PEST HOUSE,
Ahl MeKinnon movod: 'I'hnl a telephone be put, in the fiest house.
The Mayor: It would be a great
convenience.
Ahl. Abrahamson Bocondod.—Carried,
Ahl.  Cowan,:   I  move  thai  Aitl. Mt-
Kitiuoti,   us  chairman  of  (he      Health
Committee, install tho instrument,
ACCOUNTS.
On motion of Aid. Abrahamson, scc-
omletl by Aid. Trimble it wu- resolved
I that tl.e accounts, which amounted to
$1,748.88 on account of Bchool, and
$(i, I51.('i.ri on account of city, be puss-
cil for payment.—Carried.
Rosio tie Siiiioni suid he paid taxes
to tin; eity for fifteen years, lie complained thoy hud taken away his
[street light und lire alarm und
! his tuxes hut! been raised from ¥li to
821. lie suid people who lived in tho
.city should get the city work. They
should give their work to prominent
people like himself. They litttl the best
council the ;iiv ever liud nml he wanted thorn to attend to these things.
I The complaints mudo were reforrod
to the Fire Water and Light Committee.
Till'. SPECIAL Al'DIT.
Ahl. MeKinnon: When will the audit
bo through?
( The Mayor: Mr. Stein suid ho hud
expootod in have ,1 partial report rea-
il\ lor that meeting but he could not
manage it.
AM MrKinnon said before the auditor wont uway lie whole council
should meet hint and go into his re -
port with him.
I'Ai   SHEET.
The  following  city  accounts       were
pa   "I for payment:
C. i'. t:	
Snow    senie	
II   \' , 1 louraier 	
-;   ''■   Bobbins     	
V.  Bourne 	
■ I.  Clementfton
I'.   R.   Reynolds
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The Colonial Tourist Opera Comp -
u!i\ appeared tt! the opertt house on
Saturday night in the musical comedy
"Kajuh." Kike many other such productions there wus no particular plot,
the piece being llltlde up of ll series of
amusing coiulp dialoguos, musical sketches und vocal selections.
10. B. Hunt, ihe comedian, caused
considerable laughter, while the vari -
ous .-onus uiul choruses were well rendered nnd appreciated, the staging by
the several soloists, antl the Queen
City Qunrtette being tho only ileitis
worthy of nolo.
1. D. I.
Thoro will be a special mooting of
I., (i. I.. IC5S on the ovoning of Fob .
11 th. The Grand Orgauizor, Mr. While-
ly, will be with us. All visiting brothers iu the cily ure cordially invited
to this meeting, nnil till members of
the Lodge are expeelttl lo lie on hand.
II.  MtKIWI'.Y,
lice.- Soc'ry.
filter the Mail Order People
In a North Dakota town lhe mor -
onants huve bocomo tired of soiling
goods on credit while their customers
or many of them, were sending their
ensh away to u oataloguo house. Al" -
ter careful consideration they docidod
to adopt radical menus to enforce
cash payments.
A man was sent to the rtiijuily slu-
tion to nuike u list each titty of lhe
names of those receiving goods from
the catalogue houses. A copy of this
lisi wus placed in each store nnd when
one of theso customers uttomptod to
purchase on time he wus courteously
refused.
Again, any of such customers bringing produce tti town were directed to
ship it lo the catalogue houses with
which they dealt.
The customers finding they could no
longer get credit ut home, were thus
forced   to   keep      their   money   ul   lltiine
in order to purchase the articles for
which it would not pay Ihem lo Bend
away.—Commercial,
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600.00
80.00
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Alameda, Cat., Feb. 7. -The eleventh
bullet today wus taken from the head
of Roman Frislotikopi, n Russian who
ended hi- life last tli_ht by banging
himself from the transom bur of his
room here.
Tlie Russian, on Buicido bent, i- be-
lii'ieil to have fired five shots into his
head. All of them, it was discovered
later, were flattened against the
Russian's skull.
He then is supposed to havo pro -
cured u rope, reloaded hi- revolver,
antl made sure of dentil.
It is believed that while swinging iti
lhe uir at tho end of the rope the des-
|>erate man fired the remaining bullets.
Six of the missiles were found Imbedded in his brain and physicians today
marvel al the tenacity with which he
dung  lu liie.
ANGLO-AMl-'.UH AN AliBI'l RATION.
Spokane, Wn., Feb. 7.—Formor United Sttites Senator George Turner, oi
Spokane, leaves tonight for Washington for u liniil content  with Presi -
dent Tnft uiul Attorney-General Wick-
ersham, before suilinc lor The Hague,
to acl as thief counsel for the United
>(ti!e^ in the arbitration of the long-
tnnding dispute with England ns to
ih.- construction of ihe Newfoundland
treaty of 1818.
BROTHERLY LOVE.
I.is  Angeles,  lob. 7.--As a result of
ti   grafting  operation,  in      which
117 members    of    the local lodge of
KIk-  parieil with portions     of      their
•   '.    :h"   seared flesh ol
M lit"   ,    the   wi!"   of   a   fellow    Im in
ber, it i   believed to-day thai    he will
i  'r..in 'h" terrifit  burn   she re
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MmIk 86 cents,
ft. H. Sing, Proprietor
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placet*, utr&iiiht emstiromenta reveal tho
existence nf -tiitiJii-.! rockn, slate and
stono, overl) ing    tho    granite      '111
height  a greai   numl>er of the liighe
Splendid Opportunities Awaiting ;;;:::;.;::/:;;,;;,;':;:„; ;;;1,.;;;;
Judicious investment
is aboul     Tmiti feel,  Imi      ill'    fun   .,
|above a'titti feet i- i.|t.'ti and park lil,-'.
T.i  ilia observant  public    ill  tin'  I'm-     Klsowhoro      the      ilrj    i-   at  tl   im
lorn uiul Western Stales t" tin- South heavily tinili.nl ainl timber suitah
nf- uh, iii Ureal Britain, ami in faot i,,i mining pui'imses cun lir obtained,
in ilia Ka.-tftii I'ruviiiT- ut ..ur    own   in ample ipiniitilie   almost  anywhere,
I    illli, li    -ii   llll L'i' i
• niuu v  is composetl .
fait- Dominion, whose knowlodge nf
tlia «lii.lt' resources uf Uriiisli i uliim -
Itia is nut infrequent!} comprised In
tha single word "Ho isli nil", tno In ■
formation lhal thoro nre immon o rt
ni of enormous ininorul wealth ta I*'
found n"i "il,, in ''I"' vicinity of llmt
nourishing initiinii  i amp,  I"'1   ill ovor
I he grunitas
portion  of  tin
at.' regarded bj  geologists as evident ■
ly intrusive     ant] ap|iear to huvo
intimate   connuelion    with tho ooeui
enoe in lho adjacent ureas »if strali/it I
rocks, "f     t ho    metalliferous dopo i
which  are   itippti ied  u it It  Iul'Ii  pi ob i
lhn largo extent  ol  cuunlij   known at   bilily In have Im-.ii formed  at thf tin
Kootonay, come    with    iimolhinu     as  ,,( ihoir intrusion .
n    sur|iriso,     Urn     the     fat '  i    that
throughout that     wholt    listi
dilllcidlj   ivouhl  feci ilnlj   l»- to     liud
a section « ilhoul  in Ileal ion   of     con
- idoruble deposil -    >l  I ho  rieho it  kin 1
of oroi. and ovei   tl"' « holt     I      there
i-t until' \i tth ini'i i o.vtensivi   oi   pi uni
isiiiL;   prospi cl     than   lhal   i itli   t
this article i   i on t i nod    Vol tli  Ko il -
nay.   The  objui I  of     this   pulilii .    n
i horoforo, i- to impress  t hi    f id  upon
lhe initi'l- ol tl ■ Iui n nd il   Un
Itinil, with its   million ii ni|	
has sol tied down  to  solid  worl i
woll .-1.iiiii in-,I gold-mining .Mi.'
tlirti' Is oven   in'', tition tl .in
I ho west and no| theru limit uf t
Selkirk range t- foi i   i I bj  tl"1
v vi i.i:\ in  mi', t OI.UMBIA
'I he groat nutui .1 wntei w n\ w : It
out al \rrowhend into Lhe I ppoi \
iuu   1  ike.   The  rivoi   ts  mn igabli    i .
■ i       liuin -f     at  Ini   in a lh  na I' >■
>': .   ,   thoi    ■ .    lho     unstrui Uo ■
i,l  iln' Ai iuu head in   i   li "i tho t.'. I'.
I!   '■ i.,'    learners     >l I  come     up
mi :    i   than   Vrrm lit ul.    I bree   mill i
II, ",.■'   '  ike   I I all .ni    of     tl, i
i lolun bia  render     nn   ...i Ion (li''   nil
in ii J:  wall r, bin   -'    ua i    tat,
ti;.    ■  .■ far i     l'i'
at  ti •• time uf lhe rst Big  Bend i % ■
I,am.  Fish Crook ami Big Horn    itining              at in If ill,
wnps uf \..tt!i  K" 'Mm       ill ii      ■ ,   . . ,. ■ .    ,    . , -.,  |i„0 ,,(   t| .
levolopmeul  has  gom    i        lo fu   her,   ,-.  p     .     . ,      ,„,_>_ foi   ll
second time and tl i       ine striki
'I'" m'mei     .-,  ■ .....,' , ,.;, „ ,, 1W.   |,   ,   ,
prospector anil  tne  him   • ■       llio'j ,,,  (he  t.ai It tu ami     Trout
.■'mii Holds    ..I    mineral dopo il    lying  J,uk '   •■: '-.   S    I u      a   lij   ll •
here,  a  groal  propi itinn of whid        ■   . . . t    t|„. ,■  ■ :,       .,,   ,,nli
yel,  ft'.,in  a  ititniiM   -t ,a.iu mii.     only   „ [nto  ,„   [jj
Blightlj   if at  all     explored, an I             || . miry, while from tho east   tl,.
• urpasf  I,'"'  ! :   i     I'he '
liclo is tlii'ti tu point oul  It
iIn-  prospector and  tli-'  investor      I .■■
splendid opportunities  v. iti,!; .
judicious   iuvesl inenl   ol   cn| ilal,      ..  :
only  in  tIn' in: it     I-i    in '■
morcial enlerpi   m. nnil  tuu..:     i i
lite  sportsman tiiitl   I    ti'isl    .i'i
ttimanl i,-  scenery.  ul"  mount ai i,
nml ii\er, en il)  act      ible   ind eel
fording iu tl , \.   ,,     ,  ■
ail\ anl mi'  ainl   "roughing   it"   in   Imi:
i ravels,  somethiii]    In     ,   unlrietl,
uai  uf tlm beaten track.
(July n few slant   yeai      igo
NORTH     l.nttl i:\.\V.
Was  practically   a      terra   incoguita    i	
Willi  lho exception  uf  the coui io       il
tlie Columbiu tin' geography uf iis ri-   woi
vers,  lakes ami mountain  ranges was
only Unown from tin- reports from     a   wat
handful  uf prospei tuts.     Their   pi ict
mt  llm maps     "'   tin* province was  a   ing
raol, after 0    ■ i  ing a .;
,'., illli i.-   now
bl •    !.!„■■. i... ., ,'..,i   i, a|
i   in,,.-. ...   ,.:t-t   uf       tli..
an   :' ': .f
I '..'.an,
I'he ■   of Northern   Kootenay   11
.'•       a   In    t ii" i, am-       an I
lii   afll "f   the  I
th \i' ,n   Lake, nloi
tho    hard      it,, pet tors,  wl, »
■   ■     .  ■-.   led  t • Lulists tl;,. trt a -
hidden    wi      i   her formidabl i
riei ill con
'. ■      makt    trij     t,.,   ,,   ,   -i  !
ind < uploi ..:, . ;.   In   the     south-
irnei I.n   i rect t1 i
uf   t   ,.   It;, i    I ..m1.mii,   li I
•■ north Canoe rivor,
low ii     throui h   t  beautiful  . iii.
matter     "f  guesswork.      Tin'  hidden   I   ni   I'ete .latino I     ho i" the Colum
treasures uf im mountain ranges were el. as pi ispectors  tell  ui,
unknown, or al most only dimly    ,      f • :'.   by   ivl    li immense   oiiu
peeled,   It     was  of  course  notorious  era! I • th,  hitherto uti
B.among miners thai in '05j "0l>, and
MT French Creek ,11111 McCullough
Creek in the Hiq Rend, sixty miles
north uf Rovolstoke, Innl yielded great
wealth in L'ulil dorived from their pl.t
cor diggings, nml discoveries were,
soon nfter tlm opening uf tlm ('. I'. I;
made at  lllocillewael; but it was   not
I
tno    -.
(To !■
i and made
it i 1
SHOT   llll.l 1:  MEN,
1, I eb   5     fhn •• men .-Imi  in
it  is  tlm :,■ „rd .if Alfred  Jas.
11 ...    t,     prinl    .   •    . field    Avenue,
18  h'';:;"  '•;     l!''  who     is „ -    chai-ged  with
shooting with it.   •     lo kill.
recorded in tin. I.nrdoau, althoughear-
lit't- prospectors had lien through that
district   which  dorives   it-  una..'   from
U     uni'   uf   lilllli,
g      By 'HI, when the attention uf  pros ■
poctors     had     fail ly   been  mn.. ■:  I 1
North     Kootenay,    ami  several     rich
strikes had !>• on    mn le    on tt"
lii'li'.'iii  Uiver, Fish Creek and   in ut
linr   places,   tl„.   fall   ia   I •..,   [jrj	
: mt discouraged furtl 01   onti 11„
j    llniiiiL:   iim    your    '94,  wid bearing
quartz  was  di coven I   in   the  Ground
llm: Basin in
Till:  lilt;   111  Ml.
with iu lei
lliullt   11    ,.
ii ml ■   -t reel.
1' .1    I in:,     ,-,,   .-
.  thi   evcuii II lliei    1
: le,   iwnitiii_'      t .
the litnn     an,I
all  then ran
lum:     in,
i.'.. Stn    . ..f the qu
:   ■■•     1    ,   him
nn 1 '      I   1 bull ■  .a ihn I.-.. Bag-
bom    ba
■ in .-a i   1, md,
Ihi • .    1,        , he ' om I able11
an'1 :|1  other  poii                ■   Columbia brains "tn  il  he moved  a hand      At
"mill  from   '.         .                    ,•     , ■    i   ,                1  ,,rl   p.,
able prospi 1 lin             lono all over tin 1    1                                      ibdomon,   ns
 ■><<<..  resullii                   series     up thi     «m went   '■•           •   and      M . I. 1
,|l"l '  fori                          .  ,,(,   . nf,    in(j ,- 1
|Cnrnes Cloek nnd       the Lardeau aad ti 0 b I!     in        ■! f u him.
, 'liu ni  I..ii..' li, -     ■ . 	
j    At tho    im ■ lie town t,f Revel-1    MOH     I' '.11 It FOH VANCOI'VI l{.
itoke, which is tho natural geographi- Ifancouvor,  Feb.    0.   Tin  Van
eal cent f all tho     holds of mining Powei  1   impanj   is ninkini   initial pre-
tipnraiiiin- known    ai..   . :,,.                                    1  20,000 horn -
i.t'ti !"• tiiln nf \uiih  Kootoi iv,   ha--, po                  •         Lake 1       am
with  ilm devolopmonl   uf  the  d   tri • , -■                                                   .,:   B ,,, ,
I'iseu  inin ' onsidorable  promi  1  11
n busine    poii t .;■ I inquii       11   con-   	
-inii'.l.v  li. ing mado ol tlm pn BHI ITSil   Ul I KNI r.
ornmonl     odieiala     an lb I •■■            I eb.  7.    I ,.,■ :„•«      I'
"' He vol stoke as to I ,   ,              public     in tin 1
'Im    place offei 1 from vari |wi .   I:    ocks  to n
poinl    nf \ ,".'..    I   kii •   .              .   pn   .,,-
, , considci   turn, it  sot       ■ ,                   .,    [(  ,    j ,,
time was opporlu I to I
lam ol a   '.anl'.  !•■  • ill   bo a«l
m uniii  fui t.i ih 1
1,,,. oul        world
and > -i'.i:.ill ii  .
',:   1 .,
Tin'  .h nit      it,
ilm  Northern     portion  •     •
I   '   '        mountains     ami  Its
ro   ■   ..'.    1,1
lait
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II '
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10   'i.i   SUICIDE,
od dripping
... v
:"""""     '"";i*      '    "'   <"»  icidoof     llaly
bivo granite rocks, which do not g, |       .
•     "' '.l   Schwabacuhftt
' r,i'""   '   '""       "'   "-   ''   ;  "'   hlghl   I    I ■   hi,   Mum
1 million-
','"' divided lr wh  other hy   thi    1 ,     ,,,,,,.,,1, aU.
valleys of the lakes nml streams,     la   1 Tage 8.
THE MAlL-llEKALD, REv I LSTOKE, H- C
FKHltrAllV 0; l'.HO
First Shipment of New Spring Goods
New Dress Goods. New Zephyrs. New Chambrays.
New Colored Muslins. New Dimity. Cotton Suitings
New Embroidery. New Laces. New Victoria Lawns
at 10c. Per Yard. New Table Linen and Napkins.
New Towels and Towellings. New Lawn Waists and
Shirt Waists.
Don't Forget That Our Coupon Sale is Still On
One Ticket for every 50c. worth of goods purchased
First Prize—Sewing Machine, - Valued at $55.00
Second  Prize—Silver Tea Set.
Third Prize—Gold Filled Case Watch, fully guaranteed
Fourth  Prize—A Grand   First Class   Marbleized   Clock.
Tllr. anil Mrs. Osborne Shcppttrd, the
well known _ngllsh vocalists were in
the city yesterday arranging for n recital ut an earlj  dale.
I).  M.  lian.   .1.  Ringer, C,  M. Field,
ami I''.. I'tlwarils rcltirned OU Sunday
from Inking purl in the animal Curling Biuispicl nl Hidden.
Mrs. Chnrlos Mullen was the hostess
nt a bridge evening Saturday with
four tables playing, The prizes were
won by Mrs. 13, IM. Allum, nnd Mrs ,
,1. lh _ibbuld, A dainty supper concluded iitc ovoning.
John McMillan nml his son arrived
Monday from Olnsgoiv, Scotland, tn
tako up ihnir residence in Revelstoke.
Mi. McMillan is a nephew nf Mrs.     I',.
t'l.tlny, nml will join tlm Bind uf t'.
II.   Ilniim iV  ('...,   I.til.
Mis.        S.    li.    RobblllS     eiili'l'liiilu'd
thi't'c tables ni bridge Monday night .
Mis. II. Cuiinlngharo Morris was tlm
fortunate winner nf ilm first prize, n
handsome brass braokot; Mrs. F, 13,
Sine semiring sct-ond prize, a China
vnse, A ilnliiiinis supper wna served at
the close nf tlie game.
R0HN,
At. Big 1 ddy,  Feb. 2.—To  th,-   wife
of Mr.  B.  li   I'm th. .-; son.
At  Vnncouvei   on Salurdui     I'   Ihe
wife nf .1. Could    n    un.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Moving Pictures tonight.
Half enough heal foi ,\ our tore Ibis
winter would I"- just as good business
ns half enough advci ii ing,
The     March     number ui "C inn linn
1 Un  ami   Kesourcos"  will ci main      nil :
article un The Alpitm Club of Canada,
its object  ami work, by  Lhc president,
Mr. A.   ir Ul ler.
PURITY  FI.OUR
Tn those whn have not yet given Purity Flour ;i trial we
would suggest you doing so it' you wish to procure the best
its we absolutely guarantee every suck. Your money refunded if not just what we represent it to Le.
TEA  AND  COFFKE
We have a full stock of the leading lines in Teas antl
Coffees and can offer you the best values on the market,
ranging in price front !fl net- lb. to 3 lbs. for $] as a special.
A. HOBSON. BAKER & GROCER
"Xapi I' ou"    tonight    nt  tlm
, Kdison,
.New
There i- r i I'm  ono or two good,
independent tlm--     making Bhops     in
Hcvelstokc    If   'you  have  ttnj   Irlcnds
looking  i"i  a  location you would   do
well in advise Ihem tu come t" Revel
etoke.
,i. II. Jack rn, has
in
ilgncd a-   City
auditor.
K.  II   T man nill  In- at  tlm Studio
Rovclsloke from  ilm  15th inst    to ilm
nn I ui ih.  month
Today i-   \-h V.   ' ,  daj , Ihe    i "in
At .a  meeting of (he British Colum ■   men ement of th.. I. -    Eas
bin  Fruit  Growers'  Association     lasl   lei Sundn.i   ilh-- year i ics earl}  ami
week at Victoria, it was decided lo nl    full   on March 27th.
low tlm organisation tu Im taken under ilm Dcpurtmon-I of Agrit ilture. A
in. general c mention uf fruit ji   iei
The I'-,, Sc„
in last night, with
iim ir.i' kers     from
will h.   held    al  Kamloops   i,   April,  ,nhnh
when i ■ .    iti    im!' h.' I , i • from ill i ,•
...
districts.
N   .    was  ushered
, ontinued sah os "i
Chinese
festivi
At the !'■ . • • ittinc of tin I
of England Synod of 'In U , .
Nt"   IVcstmii      i    i cnnoi
'
that  a  coadjutor  Bisho
pointt •!  at ni ■   timi   ti 1
^ ...
ininiste Set    W    I     i
Her and  liootei
union:.
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In " ih     tin  ■•   •
Thoi        llnyt     I     I
Vi,
i' i • he C. P. Ii
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we   n
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'J    \\    Bail
l". Jamii
John, 11   i     Mr
Ij..,-,
i. .
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'   ;
1 " I     ' bild
■    • ■ rney froi
li. Tapping, manager of the opera
house, a-ks us tn stale he hail intended tn iii.i thmc modern dwelling
bouses fur renting purposes on Third
sir.nt. but since ihe city council have
been persecuting him so Im will refuse
tO  tin  it.
The   Colonial 'Intuit Opera    Company played  "Acudemj   Girls" at   ilm
opera    hou ie on Monda)  night    i"   tt
house.   As    in    il.n    "Rajah"
there was no pint but the singing ami
v, irk made up for other dell -
ol tin- piece.
'I'lm lo al lot ilm Scandinavian
Aid .\ Fellowship Society ami their
numen fi ;■ held a very suocesi -
f :1  I' . ial    iii  tne Oddfellow -
Hall   S I ighl        I here     was        a
•    ful      istioe  wai
•      '      lit  llm
saled       \n interest -
, in \in- given in
M-    M    M   Juill-
luded a very pleasanl
■ -,- ti'   tut   A.
lined      the
ig   ol
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ted i"   him
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tour      nf
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Golden Bonspiel
j Tlm olghth annual Houspiol uf ilm
'i;,.l,I,at Curling Club was held last
wii'li, twelve rinks competing, \i/.
; Calgary 1, BanIT '-', Field I. Rovol -
Stoke I, uiul Golden 7, The Revel
sinlie rink composed uf -I. Ringer, C,
M. Field, E. EdwardB nml I). Rao was
ti day Into in arriving al Coition, eon-
seipmiilly   Ihey     forfeited   llll'il    eliauco
in the Grund Challongo nml Wells
trophy events.
In   llm   Oilier open   event   llm   O'Bl'iotl
thoy wuii from Giflln, uf Goldon by
llili, but Insi tn l'liikhum in ilm next
round after a closo gamo by 8-9.
In llm Consolation they again moi
Giflln ainl tlefniileil him by 11-'.', but
were knocked oul by King, of Golden*
in the next round by 10-12.
I Im winners iu the dllTercnl events
were ns follows:
' Irnnd Challongo: I, Dalnnrd, tinl -
don; '.', Brolt, Banff; :t. Gordon,   Gol -
llell.
O'Brien,   I.     Dninard,   Golden; '-'.
I'inl.liiiiii,     Goldon;    ,'i,   Lnmontnigne,
Golden.
Wells.—1, Alexander, Banff; 2. Wai
ker, Calgary; :'..   Brett, Banff.
Consolation,—1,   King,   Goldon; 2,
Ili'iitlei'snii, Golden.
'hi Saturday ovoning n Smoker was
heltl in ilm Columbia Hall, ai which
ilm prizes wore distributed tn ilm for-
tiitnile winners, ami a most enjoyable
evening spent.
Although ilm local rink tlitl nol ■.,■-
rure any nf the prizes (|M.V were tren-
te.l must hospitably by ihe Goldenitcs
ainl enjoyed their vl«H very much,
ami "uiisiilcrinr lhe fail llmt there
has bean no curline; in Revelstoke this
winter they acquitted thomselves very
ireditiiliiy. It Is hoped thai next winter
will find them belter prepared lu at -
•.■ml the Bonspiel.
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£,ax; tive Cold C
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for   < i ' i
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25c. >•  :
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Hockey Match
VERNON VS. REVELSTOKE.
There was a fair attendance of 8] -
latins ai the rink last nii:hl tn wit-
the hockey match between tlm
V ci nun an.l Revelstoke tcums, 'llm
I layers were a little slow in getting
started, and many of the spectators
complained bitterly of having to stand
in the cold fur upwards of on hour
i'i "iv Referee Berry, uf Vernon,     or-
l""''1 th 'lin- I" face ihe pink   innl
 t iii.l wiih the home i. 'am
he    .im-,-,.   i,,..     scoring the Qrsl
nnd only goal in  the Orel half, after
■ ni minutes,
In  llm second  half  llm  V,.in,i,i l,oy«,
had  slightly     the advantage     i>.
-.-■hi. suddenlj   woke up mnl scon
oals  in quit I.    a,, .•   [on,      tin
moment  ilm battle,   a...
'tent iui  thoy added anol
" Ihob .ini, when thing!     began
■■■ ilk over tm   th,. i,, i
1 haul   team
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New Cotton Wash Goods
Have been holding a reception
to crowds of admirers during the
past week. Hundreds of yards have
been sold and everybody who has
seen the new fabric has spoken in
its favor. We are quite sure we
never showed such nice things.
The weaves, widths, designs and
colors are beautiful in the extreme
and being washable, as all
these goods are, they will turn out to be
the most economical fabrics we have ever displayed. Just now is a good time to make a
selection while the assortment of coloring and
patterns is unbroken, and get your Spring sewing done early.
English Prints, the best quality we can buy
in both light antl dark grounds; stripes, spots
and floral designs. We guarantee every piece
to be fast color.    A splendid range at 15c.
Scotch Zephyr Ginghams no better made.
Checks, Stripes and Plaids, in blue, black, tan,
pink, etc.   Only 15c. per yard.
Poplins, Madras, Indian Head. Linen Suitings, Batistes, etc.. in all the leading shades for
Spring. Full width goods, last colors, good
materials and pretty shades, selling from 20c. to
45c. per yard.
Embroideries
We would like you to see our display in this
line. It would do credit to a city three times as
large as Revelstoke. All the newest patterns
that have been shown this year in Allovers, Edgings and Insertions, from the dainty "baby"
embroidery to the wide flouncing, antl insertions
for panels. We are sure you will be delighted
wiih the designs and the quality and still more
at the very low prices they are marked.
Wash Blouses and Dresses
are now being opened, and will be pleased to
show you some of lhe new designs for 1910. All
these lines are exclusive with us—you cannot
get them in any other store, so you can get
something different from us.
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OUR BUSINESS IS TO GET
YOUR BUSINESS
In order to accomplish this we supply nothing but ibe best.
keep everything clean, nnil stock our store with a full ami up-to-
date line of Groceries.
Our Bakery Department is equipped with lho latest improved
Hubbard Oven anil the best Hour used  in  tlie  making of  Bread,
which cannot be beat.    A trial order will convince.
G. W
P. 0.  BOX 208
BELT. X
CR0CER AND BAKER       'PHONE 23    X
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**MRS, A, G, CRICK, First St.**
Opposite the Windsor Restaurant
FEBRUARY SALE
«L.
MRS. A. G. CRICK, First Street
Opposite the Windsor Restaurant
,J
Choice Groceries
A full and complete line of Choice Groceries now on hand. Our prices are
right.   Orders called for.
MOUNTAIN   SUPPLY   CO.
General Merchants

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