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PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS
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Vol. 18-No  11
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REVELSTOKE. B. C. FEBRUARY 10 1912
$2.50 Per Year
DEPOSIT GOODS
Baskets, $2.25 and $3.
Salt Dishes, 75c.
Candlesticks, $3. $4.
Vases, $1.25
Olive Dishes, $1.5U
Puff Boxes, $2.50 $3.50
SPECIAL VALUE
Sugar and
Cream
$2 per pair
Arrived too late
for the Holiday
Trade.
Manufacture r s
have given us a
less than
price to
them out.
cost
clear
NOTE PRICES
SPCIAL VALUEj
Pitchers
1 and 2 Quart
$3, $5.50   $6
GRAND ORANGE LODGE
CONVENTION AT REVELSTOKE
I GREAT SUCCESS
ifllthough Mild Weather Made Only
w
February 20,21,22-Two Hundred Delegates-Many! secondcibsbice—Renistnke
Members and Friends Will Visit City
I
Whiskey Bottles	
 $6 Euch
Whiskey Glasses	
 $15  per  Dozen
Sherbet Glasses	
$12 and $15 per Dozen
Rose. Vases	
 $1.50 Each
A Beautiful Line for Card Prizes
LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO.
Itcvt I itok
l'i'
IIIC
lasl liecoinlllK known
nvenl ,"ii ell y .ml during tho
month will i*i* ent irtalntng
tlie  largest conventions    ever
bildlng such
Important |
cation fi
con i **nt Ion.
Smh n groal convention will bring
large numbers of visitors to tho oity
nnd tho accommodation ol so ninny
Influential and distinguished guests
will  tax our resources to the  utter
bold  in the Interior ol B.C.,   as the
lirunil  Ui'iinK'C   Liodgt   ol   British   t'n - ,
lumbia will     meet here on the 20th, I
21st and I'iiiid inst.    it is    expected Imos;'
that fully 200 delegates Irom all ovor j    It le fortunate that no oity ot thc |
thc province will  be here some com-   -same size In the interior, cun boast
Ing from thc west coust ot Vancouv-   °' -IS ninny well equipped, holds   as
or     Island,      while others  will come j Hevelstoke,  and  everything will       be
from the eastern extremity ol the pro . done hy thc businessmen and citizens I
vj|)CL, : to cater to the  visitors during    thc i
have secured  single,   convention Bitting.
The Orangemen
fare rates tor their delegates and as
this privilege is also extended to
visitors at tho Grand Lodge nud
tlicir wives, Revelstoke will be well
advertise throughout tbo entire province,
The Orange Lpdge in Canada is now
recognized as a  most Important   or
gautzation,   and   Kevelstoke  can  consider  herself  highly  honored   by   this
city   being  selected  as  a  suitable  lo-
Th..' fiieilitics afforded by tho Can
ii'liiiu I'acilic Uailway Company at
the matter of special reduced rates,
backed by llic fact that three put-wen
ger trains in each direction arc avail
able at Itevelstoke every day, Bhould
result in a record attendance ul
lodge officers, members and friends
.iii.l our visitors can rely upon a wcl-
comc and a pleasant holiday in the
City  of   Uevelstoke.
Curlers Make Good Showing
WIN PRIZE CUPS.
The Kelly-Douglas cup, as well as
tbo Okanagan cup prizes at lhe Vernon bonspiel, were won by thc Hevelstoke curlers who returned home
last evening. These cups arc now
on exhibition at Macdonald's drug
store.
The Vernon bonspiel commenced
on Monduy ultcruoon with u very
[uir uttcuduuec. The weather hus
been very mild aud the ice too soft
for good curling; all cllort is lioing
made, however, to rush the events
through  before thc ice fails entirely.
THB UUHNS ALL-COMERS.
Six Vernon rinks were entered (or
Ihis competition agulnst riuks from
tii.' six outside poiuts represented.
Vernon bus won In the aggregate
and the six home rinks will play
down for the cup and prizes. Thc
aggregate score is as follows.
LIMITED
Tinsmithing
Plumbing
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6 <HKHK>00<K>OKK>0<>00-0<><KH><KH>0
6 fmperiai Bank of Canada
Q Hoad Office -Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Subscribed
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
Total Assets,
6.000,000.00
5,996.00o.00
5,996,000.00
12,000,000.00
,11 principal points in I'inad
Agents in Ore it Hiituin anil Unlt<M Stains—London, England,
Lloyds B»nk, Limited. Chicago—Kivnt National Bank, Corn Exchange National Buuk. Seattle—SpAtri'-Narioua! B.mk, San Fran-
risen—Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank. Spokane—Exchangfi
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
JT Deposits  of $1 anil upward,  mceived, and  interest allowed at
P   current rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
I   , Revelstoke Branch -A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
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Clearing Out at Cost Price
Bargains for Old  and Young in
Ladies' and Children's Wear
Mrs. A, G, Crick, / First Street
St. Valentine Dance
The   Drill   Hall   is  to   he   thc  seeue
f the most Important event of the
season on February llth, this being
the date of the St. Valentine's dunce
under the auspices of the Girls' Hospital  Auxiliary.
Thc lloor will lie in perfect condi -
tion, McMuhon's orchestra, of four
pieces, has been engaged especially
for this occasion. The hull will bc
tastefully decorated with appropriate
St. Valentine and Leap Year emblems. There will also be two card
i room-1 lor those who wish a game,
[aud a gallery lor spectators, with
; prices placed reasonable. The refreshments from the nianugcment of
a capable committee will be trium -
phs of the culinary art
| The present season has beeu exceptionally brilliant trom the view-point
of the dancers, owing to the failure
of the ice-skating, and the girls who
mv organising that St. Valentine's
dunce promise a good tune. All Hevelstoke and liis wife, to say nothing
of the best girls, will be there. Interest |n the hospital has been stimulated owing to the large govern -
ment grant.
The tiirls' Hospital Auxiliary is n
new society organised lasi December
its object is to furnish a cot in the
children's ward of the hospital. The
worthy cause for whieh this function
has been organized and the great preparations made to render the sain,'
a success by the girls who have given time and talent to the completion
of the arrangements warrants the
most generous putronage.
are  expected.   Thc  high score  on  the
alleys for the miiieralitc ball is still
held  by Hoy  McDonald with 22b. Thc
list of games for next week follow:
Ml inlay—King  Wdwards vs.   Coi leys
Tu sday- Happy   Home vs.  Selkirks
Vic Inesduy—Selkirks   vs.   King   Edwards.
Thursday —Caledonians  vs.       King
Edwards.
Friday—Corleys  vs.  Happy  Home.
ti inches,
D.   Gilli-s
IWS
P. BURNS & CO.,  LIMITED
ALWAYS CARRY   A  COMPLETE  STOCK  Ol
FRESH MEATS
FISH
POUSTRY
HAM
BACON
LARD
BUTTER
EGGS
CHEESE
Order   Early   and   Often
TIRED?
THEN A CUP OP
11 BELL BLEND
will refresh you willi its  bright,
Hiivot and Iragraucy.    Hold in
lead packages.
TEA
spil'V
1   Ib.
Price, 35c, 40c. and 50c. per Ib.
G. W. BELL
P. O   Box  1208
GROCER & BAKER
Phone No. 23
Dickens' Lentenary
(in Wednesday evening the West -
minster Guild of til. John's church,
.nnl thc baptist Voting People's -L'n-
iou held a very successful union meet
ing In the Presbyterian church. Thc
day being the centenary of the birth
oi Charles Dickens, thc program wus
largely composed ol a study of bis
llle und books. The main address ol
the evening was givcu by Miss MacKenzie, who in *i clear uul iustruc -
tlve manner presented the career of
the famous author, and several mem
ti-i s of thc Guild read selections from
his books, illustrating thc diflerent
characteristics oi ins Btyle. Mr.
Allan Thornton, president ol the
Guild, acted as chairman, and wel -
Coined tin* Baptist young people. Hcv
K. J. Cbave spoke briefly, expressing
the pleasure oi himself und his young
people in being present to participate in narking the anniversary ol
the birth ol one ol the world's grout
est writers. Misses Wrigley. Uyrd ,
und Manning, and Messrs. Tyson,
Duck and Thomson, contributed musical selections, which were grcutlj cu
joyed. At the conclusion of the pro
gram refreshments were served- bring
ing to a close u most enjoyable evening.
British Columbia Championships
Held  at  Hastings  I'ark
on September 4th, 1911:
Putting 10 lb. shor, 40 ft
A. McDonald, V.A.C, won.
second,
|    .'20 yds..  2*2 3 r.  sec,  II.  11.   llenslex
I won,   S.  K.   I'm ney  second. •
One mile. lm. 49 sec, J. I'.' Sweeney, J.B.A.A. won, R, .1. Greenwell,
V.A.C, second.
.'.*. Ib. weight. .12 ft., 11. Gillis, won,
A.   Jleilnrinid  second.
Kne mile run, 27m. Ms., Vi. R.
Chandler, V.A.C, won, C. 1,. .Smith.
second.
Ill Ib, hammer, 17ft. 22io.. D. Gillis
won,   R.  Roberts  second.
Hun and Hroad jump, 18ft. Sin., N.
Dlllabough won,  A.  Mrdarmid second
Throwing discus, 133ft. :iin., D. Gillis won, C.  Hobcrtt second.
140 yds., 56*1 sec, T. Gallon won.
A.   Coppmg second.
B«0 yds., 2m. I 2-.ri s., T. Gallon
won.  A. Copping second.
Hun and High jump, 5ft. din., J-
,M. Gibson won, A. Drinkwater Becond.
Pole Vault, 5ft. ilin., Vi. K. Sproule
won, Vancouver Y.M.C.A.
Relay race, 8m. 5Hs., V.A.C., Mc-
Connel,  Dlllabough,  Davidson      and
All-comers—
lieuvis  II
Summerlund
Little   0
Armstrong
Lang  8
Pcachland
tilliott 11
Kclowna
Dill    15
ISmlcrby
Mucdoiiuld...l8
II vclstoke
66
Vernon—
Smith....
Uerry
12
Mucdouald...l3
Jackson ...lii
Forester .   .7
Si in tns
18
G7
Hefore  thc last game  the      Vernon
Vancouver   ri,llis were 11 points up and the Hevelstoke rink came    very nearly    winning  out for  the  visitors.
GRAND    CHALLENGE.
' Great interest hus been manifested
in the McCullum Grand Challenge
and several very close games have
been played. Dill, of Enderby, and
MacDonald, Forester and Jackson,
of Vernon, reached thc dours. Muc-
Donald won out to the Hauls ugaiust
Forester, and Jackson lost to Dill,
i The concluding game will excite
great interest. The opposing rinks
are J. B. Evans, I. W. Evans, E.
EviiiiR. D. H. Dill, Bkip; F. D.
Jaciiucs, N. H. Lumont. Hamilton
Lung, K. ('. MacDonald, skip.
KELLY-DOUGLAS.
Mclntyre and Jackson are playing
in the semi-llnulB. The winner will
meet Forester who reached the finals
after defeating Little, ol Armstrong,
in a very close game which waa won
by  a single point.
HENDERSON.
This  interesting competition  is  not
far advanced.     Lang, of Peachland,
is nailing to play either Mclntyre ol
Hevelstoke, or It. E. llrrry. Il-envl*.
ol  Siimmerland.  will  pluy against  II.
OKANAGAN.
Medal mid
l|l!! yds..  1(1  I-:, bcc,  II.  H.  HeuBlcy   Smitl1* "'  Ivevelstok
won, K. i). McConnel second.
BRITISH OOLUMBIA RECORDS.
100 yds., in I-.', sec, h. it. Beasley
J.H. A. A.   Victoria.
2*1 yis.. 2.(scc. tr. ii. McConnel ol
Vancouver V.A.C.
Hn Minis, Bl 1-8 sec.
B80 yds., 2m., 1 l-.i .*,.,.., Vi. Mc -
DoWol, Ladysmith, B.C. ,
One Mile, im., 87s., J. P. Bwseney
J.B.A.A, Victoria,
l''i.e mile run, '.'l,m(, 88s,, W. R.
Chandler,  V.A.C.   Vnncouver. ,
Ten  mile run, 58m.,   12b.. Art Burn
i.iii.
J. II. (Hills,
Hln.,  J.H. Gilhs
Ilim
F.  I).  Mc
McKinnon's Tournament
Calgary,
0n« mile relay, 8m., 38s., J.B.A.A.
Victoria,
l'6lb,  shot,   I2(t.,
V.A.C. Vancouver.
U*  11. jump, .".ft..
V.A.ff.   Vancouver.
"■  B, jump,  2lfl.
Connei, Vancouver,
W' H. jump, lift,
Vain, Victoria YJM.t
581b. hammer, 37ft.
C.  Vancouver.
lidh. hammer, I62H
V.A.C,  Vancouver.
Hest all round nthlete,
V.A.C.   Vancouver.
I'KIlcv   f, QIFFORD,
Physloal   Director,  Y.M.C.A.
Mr, Gilford will from week to week
\
The    bowllqej    tournament is now  ingii wbich were
falrlj   mi  at   McKinnon's  alleys,    for   da,  the  United
the gold  medals,  the tirst  two games   Britain   in   lllll.   This  will  also
having   been   played  oil  on  Thursday   elude  some  swimming  records.
and      Friday.      between  tbe    Happy ! 	
Home   and   Caleiidoniiins,   and        the
Selkirks and   Corleys  on  Friday.  Thc
tii-t game resulted in a win for the
Caledonians by two gunn- to one and
in the second gams tbe Corleys won
"i'i tin* Selkirks by a narrow margin. From the interest to lm main
, ie promises to be   s
'.id   some   good   guinea
lleavis is out in thc lours; Mc -
Intytc bus to play Dill; H. Smith.
(Revelstoke) meets Peachland,     and
Kelowna plays K. C. MucDiiuuld.
VV.   II. MAI.K1N.
This   IS   Well   advance.I Jucksoil,
Little, Mai-do iiiii, I uud It. Smith
reached the (ours. Macdonald played It. Smith yesterday morning, and
Won out utter a very culling gumc,
and i- resting at the haul stage to
meet either Jackson or Little for the
concluding buttle
Dill,   ol   Enderby,   i.eal   MniIIi.tiald.
oi Vernon, In ths Henderson,      m,
intyre,   ol   Hevelstoke,   beat     Jackson
in tlie Kelly-Douglas,    Dill won trom
Smith,  while  Horry  lost to  Mrliityrc
in tbe Henderson,
In the OkanagU, Elliott, oi Kclowna.    loBt to MacDonald   after   a
in,    lli'i nikc l'"'"1  '"">-'hl «"""'       ''"'O-'.   "f  ''each
Iiiiui,  won from lt.  Smith,  ol Revel
iJ-illlB    V.A./Htokc' '"  tbt' Hu'm' rompetition.
I    Lust  night  Little      wub •   playing
H.    Gillis, • •'"ckHtm  '"  Uw  Mujkin, and  the  wui-
'   ner will  play  Mucliunuld  in  tbc Dual
J.  II. Gillis/"""'  '"''"y-      "i" meets      Mclntyre,
' and     Lung   meets  MacDouald     ill   lhc
ilkiinagaii.
The   lliuil   games    In    the       Grand
Challenge  between   MacDonald    and
between
taking
place the records ol tbe athletic meet , "ill; '" tlR' Kelly DougluH,
held nil over Cana - | Forester and Mclntyre, arc
States and       Great ' I'1,"'<'   ""'"V-
|„. I    The   best   of   good   leeliiig   prevails
anii  although the Bolt Ice Is mrt cul
There will be a grand social dance
in the Oriental hotel thin evening, It
is given under the auspices of the
Scandinavian dance cluh, and you
•hould cancel all other engagements
m order to lie present. Firsl. claps
tnusle has been provided uud the nmn
aging committee nHHtiro a general
good time,
ciliated to bring out the lient rurllng
hkill, the annual gathering Ih proV
ing a marked success!
1 Excellent arrangements have been
made by the home cluh to provide
lor the comfort nl the visitors and it
ll imped thai they will all return to
In.i homes well pleased with their
annual holiday, V erflOll Ni"ab of the
'-Ui mm.
BOURNE BROS,
TEJ
Dealers in Hardware of All Kirds.
Guns, Ammunition, Harness,   Hcrse  Blankets.  Hhipe
Stoves,  Ranges. Enamel end Tinware
Faints, Oil, Varnish, Etc.
Crockery and Glassware
Plumbing, Heating
We are prepared to undertake any work in this line
Groceries, Fruit, Vegetables
A Very larqe stock of Fresh and Up-to-Date
Carried in  This Department
Hay. Grain and Feed
Agents for McClary's Famous Steves, Sherwin-
Williams Paint Co., Canadian Oil
Compunics, Ltd.
Wc pay special attention to Mail Orders and Shipping
*o Outside Points.
BIG REMOVAL SALE ON during month of January
BOURNE  BROS.
Hardware Dealers      GROCERS     McClary's Stoves
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
The
Purest
and
Best
'72-nj'—
--•Li-fci*:--
t#Brookfieid^
'^fv*.*.'   Extra Creamery
\tfe Butter^
Wholesale
and
Retail
Revelstoke Meat Market Ltd.
January Clearance Sale
We arc offering all ol our lu^li graJc   w inter stock at
ROCK  BOTTOM PRICES,
Men'i Iimi « ribbed L'wlerwcat SOc and 65c      Pleece lined Underweai SO
Boy'* Underwear al   HAU  PRICK,    Dtia include* Mtcb high claia linet
ie Btanfiekl - and Turnbnll'a,
Boy'i Mm*, .ii ii vi.l   run i.
Wo have i so peli ,.[ Men'i High Orada Shoe*, confuting .•( ail *i/es.which
rexulirl) soli] (ur 5S:M)iinil ftt.Otl. now telling Ioi $3 65,
Boj I School Mine*, all si/es, sale price »1.S5.
Set Our Windows and Bargain Tables for Sua
ps
McRae Mercantile Company, Limited
SPECIAL VALUE
In Cents 16-Size Thin Model
Amerioan Adjusted Watches
15-Jewel Nickte Movement in 2i»-year tilled case
"-Jewel       " in 20-year filled case
7-Jewel       " ftooil nickle case
These are not cheaply constructed  watches,   but are
adjusted and fully guaranteed.    Call and inspect.
$16 ihi
12 00
7 00
Jeweller
F. G. BEWS
Optician , v ,-, i;|,\v    piSD,   10th,   1912,
THE MAIL-HERALD..  EEVEILSTOKE
SATURDAY, l^KB. 10th,   1912,
r
Some Snaps in local Realty
House and Two Lots on MacKenzie Ave $4,100
House and Lots on First Street  3,500
House  and    Lot,  South-We it    Corner
Douglas and King Street  » .^uu
H« .use and Lot. Fourth Street  2.850
^
GOOD BUYS!
EASY TERMS!
The Revelstoke General Agencies-, Ltd.
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SATURDAY   AT
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LUMBER UD
CUSTOMS TARIFF
sociation Asks the federal
Government to Impose Dot)
BBVELSTOKJS. B.  C.
Jnterlot publtabing GompanB, —
,. K. J0S?n, Manager.  ;Ttie Canadian lumbermen's Us-
UAI.I'H G. SCRUTON, Editor.
U)VBBTISINQ RATES. .
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Insertion, 5 eenta per hue each
.ubse.iueut Insertion. Measurement* Nonpariel (12 hues make
one inch.) Btore aud general
b lelneae announcements »2.50 pei
inch per nurnth. Preferred positions, 2b per cont. additional.
Births, Marriages aud Deaths, 50c
each insertion.
Land notices $7.50. All advertisements subject to the approval ol
lhe management. Wanted and
Condensed Advertisements : -
Agents Wanted, Help Wanted, Sit
uatious wanted, Situations \a-
cant, Teachers Wanted, Mechanics
Wanted, 25 "ords or less, 26c.,
each additional line 10 cents.
Changes IL standing advertlse-
meou mint he iu by 9 a. m.
Tueeday and Friday ol each week
to  secure good  display* , ^ pcmltUng importation o
COnilKSruNUENt-'li invited ou mat-, ( , _,    _ «,.,.,,.„,   .i
ters ol public     interest.       Communications to Editor must     be > |1-liaUtiC8 o( mmliei tinished un mu.-.  mcnlnl
accompanied   bj    name ol writer      ^ ^ siJp hM ,)Ccn broUght into'
'iCuuada uud evaded the customs*
\   The  loUowing  ofBcers  were  elected
lor  the eusulng year   President,  Mr.
T,  Mu'l.ati'ii,  Montreal;     vice presl
ilcnta. Messrs.  .1.  S. Gillies,    J.   C.'
lecture hy Mr. E. O. S. Scholutield,
provincial llhrarlau, on the early history oi this province,
Must Interesting und well expressed
wns Hie report read by Mrs. llnsell
un the observance nf tbe coronation
in this city by the order. This was
HsU'iit'd tn with much Interest and
win he forwarded to tbe national
chapter iu Toronto with the various
annual reports and other data ol the
local branches, Mrs. Day's report on
the children's committee ol the coronation carnival which wus read at
tbu lust meeting will also he sent to
Toronto, aud it, was decided that
belore this was done hoth this report und that ol Mrs. Husell should
be printed here, so that the order
could refer to them at future times.
Considerable discussion was held
over the request s"'it to the national chapter from the Vancouver brunches of the order thnl the provincial
organization Bhould be formed In that
city. The constitution cleurly points
out that, the provincial chapter can
only be formed In the capital city ol
the province, and some feeling has
been aroused hy the local members
.a the action taken b.v tbe sister city
iu the matter. Victoria feels also
that the time Is not yet ripe tor the
forming ol n provincial organization
as the order is only established In
Vancouver and Victoria, and not in
any other cities ol the province. The
local executive with whom Vnncouver has been m communication on the
matter, wrote a letter to the Term -
inai City a few ,lnys ago strongly
protesting against their action, but
hnve not yet hail time  to receive    a
Ottawa, Feb. r.—The Canadian Lum  reply.
i  rmen's  Association  this    afternoon
discussed     tarifls  on  certain  lumber
import ed Irom the United  Btates,
It   was decided  to  memorialize    the
Federal government to place all lumber    which is further     manufactured j
than rough sawn on the dutiable list
and to instruct till customs     otlicials I
tu exercise increased vigilance in iu
spi iting lumber imported  into Cana-'
da to see that the law is fully complied with.
'Plus action was taken in view of i
tha tact that thc s'ntietiis of last
yi'.ir show tremendous increases in
imports of covering plunks, boards,
joists mil scantlings, all ut which
came from thc United States. It was
also bIiowii  that    Canada's   Customs
I lumber planed or finished on one side has
led    to     moss abuse,   whereby  large '
on more
CDRRESPDNDENCE
not    necessarily    lor    publication,
but     a*   evidence ol good laiUi.
Correspotnlencs should be brlel.
SUBSCRIPTION  KATES
Including postage to Eugland, Unit
ed ritalcs and Cnuada.
I."
,,. rn lli'owu. .lohn Hendry and D. C   Cam
By the yaar (through poatoffle*) w'su> „,.„n. executive. Messrs. A. MacLarcn
We tand thai        i he      near
future, an effort aiil lie made by the
•itj   '        Cil,   to  rid   the  town  ol
ol stray  mongrel     dogs,
nlncn ..,,*■•  succeeded li   evading the
■ii; executive. Messrs. A
J, c. Browne, J. s. OlllieB,   vv     c.
Laldlaw nnd C. C Edwards
Tho matter of adopting n
grading     rule m the sale of   lumber
v.ms discussed, and the (ollowing com
mtttee  was appointed  t"  prepare    a
i. port  on the subject    Maim:."'    •
Messrs.  .1    s.  Gillies,   P   T   Waldlc,
and It.  Kenny,    wholesalers,   Messrs
Vi.  Laldlaw, P.  c. Walkei  and    A.11.
Campbell.
The association paBeed a resolutioi
Editor  Mail llerald-
Dear Sir,—I would like. through
your columns, to express my appreciation ol the article ai your last issue headed "The Pettipiece Case";
also to back up, with what little
weight I may have, all the statements contained therein as they arc
withiu my personal knowledge.
We are altogether to apt to crit -
Iclse and condemn a man for what
wc regard as his failings. entirely
overlooking his good points aud the
conditions under whicli that man
may  labor.
Since "I'lirm" left Itevelstoke, he
has thrown his whole beiug into the
cause of labor and has been lustru -
in effecting a number ol improvements in the conditions under
which thousands work in this province. Tins has necessarily
down   upon   Ins
love bom u large section ol the employing class, wbo have lost no opportunity nf spreading accusations
absolutely without foundation and
misrepresenting Ins actions at every
turn. And. l am sorry to say. large
.numbers ol those who have benefited
by lii> labors have i □ the tirst    to
ii the chorus ot maledictions.
l bave be in In 'lose touch with
1 'sirm Pettipiece and his family for
years now. and know somewhat
ol hie personal affairs, l do not
know any man who works any harder than he does or who take- more
bis family
S. H. Dale, Saskatoon,
B,   VV.   Jackson,   Culgury.
ti.  Krentns, Calgary,
A.  Dixon, Calgary.
0. C, Oalllor, Balgary.
Allan   Young,   Calgary.
II.   Ij,   MeKinnon.   Seattle.
S.   Lepite,   Sun   Francisco,
R,  Farusworth,  Oaigary.
Geo.  Grublsch,   Calgary.
11.   P.   Major,   Kamloops.
VV.  F.  Wiiliick,  Medicine Hat.
(loo. Watson,  Vuncouver,
A.  E,  Hidden, Toronto,
F. Thomas,   Toronto.
.1.   SaultanlB,   Winnipeg.
WINDSOR.   HOTEL.
Arrivals for week ending February
ith:
II. lieagirs,  Edmonton.
c. Gordon, Vergvllle.
G. A.  Cox, Ponoka.
A. Ingram,   Wlnnlpog,
E, A. Hough, Orcston.
B, T. Stone, SllVertou.
P   Din, Bdmontonl
A.  lucrum,   Spokane.
0. Willis, Kamloops.
M,  Illock, Arrowhead.
V.   Jistorota,  Nelson,
vv. Baker, St. John,
vv. o, Tuttle, Strathcoun.
A. Young, Oostor.
0. C Oglller, Stettlcr,
Geo, Bell, Nicola.
.1. Davis, Vancouver.
A.  Stake,  Kamliiops.
G,   W'iddis.   Rogers  Pass,
Irwin,  Arrowhead.
Baker, Field,
Mar von,  lingers r.iBs.
Lewis,  lingers  I'ass.
1,otis,   Rogers I'ass.
Cameron. Great  Kails.
Hart net, Grent  Falls.
Ogllvle,  Arrowhead.
s.  Mnnday.  Bradford,
M.   lliiit.net.   Groat   Falls
Johnson, Fallord Falls.
Gopher,  Calgary.
Palugium,  Spencers Bridge
Mostoroto,  Arrowhead,
Stoke, Arrowhead,
Titckcrds,  Nelson.
Collins. Banff
E. Goodman.  Kamloops.
Miss M,  Smith, Calgary,
F. Thomas, Seattle
J.   Gopher,   Montreal.
T. Okamoto,  Comaplix,
Miss H. Hope, Brandon,
VV. Mol'oski. Rogers Pass.
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Y. I. C. L NOTES
The
. ,„   *,n.i hnve in- endorsing a resolution passed hy tin''ttn(j relations.   Pnrm is not an angel
,    *   -  :••!   >enrs,   auu   u»"
nn extent bj to be
Ever;  dog ownei In town ol course
• ■ at the straj   cui    dog
proud
Canadian   Manufacturers'   Association i but ,,e [a „ m.in whom T „m
nuking thai  the Railway Comm .    smong  „**.   *;
*    empowered wub tbe necessarj How would ■   "•     Edit r if we
■i. irlty     to requtre  railways,    ■
[wait
should be weeded out. and there is no  rates,  to show     thai   the    merest
„aj  to s     re I       deelrahle  i   '*■   - lust  an !'■.- ... .
ilon ent   !' 'ary po nted     it  that  i ....
■   rs    bave m in-[fact that a man hai
rates 	
-i.ippers^^^^H
to pav a tax for keeping their     dog
is tl       '     •    Bet
iy for the
. i   ..  hi.a**  the   te  eM»ime   while   '.." '
posted |^
• .i-f in
  	
ii tiling  until   the  rate  cam
. t.   Thi
i|iie«t-
Com -
nt --<.on.   Tlie  proposal    -        gil
mm islon  the  necesa
i  :   up   anv   | '
the     rail,
mberawn's    ts*
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Association   in  this  matte
,
Boys' Bible class is progressing nicely, there is an average attendance of ten present every Sunday
brought Sunday, Feb. llth will be story Sunlit nd anything but ,day. Tbil class is open to any boy
in tbe City whose age runs Irom In
to  1*1  years.
The swimming class for boys is on
tiie  move.   Tins  class  Is open to  all
boys who are not members, and who
are not more than 14 year- of age.
The class meets every Saturday ul -
ternoon al 2:3U Bharp. A charge ot
IOc. per lesson will be charged, payable at ea'h lesson, and a hoy will
lie considered to be aide to swim
when lie can swim the letnrtb ol the
tank. Those desiring to Join should
hand their names to Mr, Gilford or
Mr   Thomson.
The Business men'.- class Is on the
tump      now     There   is   no    time    for
-  or  worries  during  the
ur    What  with hockey,  medic! -    ..',      ,   :  soak ''in. there is   no
ep.   Cct Into     the
"1,1   young      men.
trim.      This      class
Friday
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V  M.C.A.
15 p.m . thc Rev
speak    Mi   Duck
publicly am
•v    Vi    LeFEA
HOTEL ARRIVALS
Daughters of Empire
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tail it and   a Idol
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rs that tth *,      tl        t read
• ','••'"■ ' ■■ tent,   Mis   Croft;
i • n rr.-n ' • Mrs, i,ution. tree
» Bennett; set i tarj    Mrs linn at
woiiing. a  weary replttl   n       lad . ird   carer, Mrs
! ul ' rnk-'D prmnjues
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bttn * 'i
pel led to abandon any hope ol n
dress ;t**fn ihf Great Railway ''"»
pany, nn.l nre ii'>u preparing t
II      mii     Councillors    were  elected
.i'.i ui Us    lampson,
Mi     u c . *• *   Wi
i D  Gordon, \ii     Day   Mi    Hasell
11 ,i M       Ji Ilk m      Mrs,   Wat
son moi Mrs.  Beaveu    Tie* report   ■■'■
mit tb' nrntt-r  lv the  Ra Iwaj  Coin    the 'oi it,*.,- .*.,iUtiuii i  ,*i, ii,.
,o*n l.'.'.ik w.ii rend by the secretaf)   ..lob
■ t seem   .   p.iy thai ■ nmtief   of th   president  gavt   t shorl     add	
)h,s km I could nol bave been amlc-illlustrntlvc nl ib<* progress made by
alh adjusted before smh a point 'the ,,fli i during the pa t twclvi
wh- ci-ii-bed. by Ignoring these com montb a uonimtinlriitlon tm er-
pMata tbt Railway Company   bave colved from c,    *,.i,mi-   Canudtea
<;'i1e.|   rhoii   "«n   liiiltlr   nt   Hie   same   club,  stating   MiC   Willingness i,t      its
is ',, ■ Iron tl     centei to members to eo-o|  ' i      '   ilm Dim
• ,-m  points has  been  strangled gltters of tin* Empire in Mieir   {(.ith
oniilib  ■.hiiipiiic f,*,eii- coming course oi iccl.urei, whl'i*   *:*
imd uo otn has is'iirfittt'd pommmicc on thi   tilth mot, with   u
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H. B. Pal Matlci    Dstroll    M ch.
ii. W.  vi,
3.    Kelly,    V, l non
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C.   lv   Kmoi v    * .ion
UNION HOTEL
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a i rtlls vnlley land
is  now   'pen   :n   ,Vte« .1.,     Hum'*''
Only  req ilremenrl       to    have
live acn     .'   . thin
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will   plnnt   Hn*   liiiiniriiiH nml      mink, l
them   on shares,   Voui shart should
innuafly      rbt
* Plantation     Co , Hb.rk BOOS
I'ltl   mi tl    l'« .   U.S.A,,     dlftrtbuti
mm    .in.I  iii  the  f S.  iiiiiI Cntin.la
'.a   particulars    Von need iml.
g" i" Mi t.c.
Packed in
BEAUTIFUL CORONATION
SOUVENIR TINS
GO $  a pound
In enmmctnoratinn of the coronation of
KinR Goorge V,1' KldffWAy& " hnve put on the
niiirkfi u core tint Ion tin ol a piosi pIctureMiue
itndnxqnUltQ dCBian*. bearlno excellent portraits
ot Kuir ticorRt' \', Queen Mm v nnd the I'riiuc
of Wnlei, Special panels hnve been drnlcrnrd
ri'rrRcntin" Canada, India, Africa, Auntralia
iimi New ■pitiuui.
Only a limited number hnve been Impolted,
pricetOo* (<>r one iiomul tins.
At ||CM KliupH.
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AUCTION SALE
Ol
House Furniture
Second Street opposite
Presbyterian Church
Tuesday. Feb. 20th
The Furniture consists ol Dressers,
Stand,-, Iron and Brass Bedsteads,
Springs and Mattresses like new, Side-
honrd, Kxtensinn table aud diners, Solid
Oak Morri", Chair, Hed Lounge, an 8-dav
Clock, .V fiuruej Oxford KaiiK'', Art
Souvenir Heater, Belgium I'ile Carpels
.iml nil Cloth, Parlor 'Fables, Kitchen
utensils and bust ol other useful household effects in numerous to mention,
This is a great opportunity lo parties
intending to luruisb their homes,
Everything Sold without Reserve
under Instructions bum Mrs. McDonald,
tlu- owner.
W. I'ARRY,
Auctioneer.
E.   G.   BURRIDGE
Tinsmith Repairs, Hot Air, Pips
and Furnace work
-WORK   SHOP
Connaught Ave.   •   Revelstoke
REVKLSTOKB   COUNCIL
No.   21,    ROYAL   TEMPLAR8    OF
TEMPERANCE
Meots every  ilml and  4th  Thursdays
in     Oddlellows   Hall,   at  B o'clock.
Visiting Templars are cordially In -
VltCd tu attend.
VV.   K.  MI'NKUN.  S.  C
A. 1). TOtlRNER, It. S.
SELKIRK     LOUtiK 12, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every     Thursday evening   id
Selkirk Hall at 8 o'clock.      \ nitiug
brotbren cordially invited.
J.  S. HOOLEY,  N,  O.
JAS.  MATHIE,  Secretary.
COURT     MT.     UEGBIK.    No. IM61.
OF I. O. F.
Meets In I. a O. F.  Hall next   to
Tapping's Opera House  every  second
and  lourtb  Monday  In  month.  Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.
O. W. BELL, C. R.
WM.  S.  CAMERON,   He.*. Sec.
0. W. O. W.
Mountain View Camp,  No. 229
Meets Second    aud     fourth Wedne*
days    in each  month in    Selkirk
Hall.     ViBiting Woodmen arc
cordially invited tu attend
H. W. EUWAHDS, Coa. Com.
JAMES McINTYRE, Clerk.
GOLD RANUE LODOE,       K.  ol    ¥.,
NO,  H,  REVELSTOKE.  U.  C.
Meets every  Wednesday  except   tbe
Third Wednesday ol eacb montb     in
Uddlellows'  Hull at » o'clock.  Visit
ing Knlgbts are cordially Invited.
n. W   OAKLAND, C.  c.
O. 11. Ii Km'l-.. K. ol R. m 8.
M. ol F.
KOOTENAY     LODGE,  No.  i& A.  K
aad A. M.
Keg.ilm meetings are held in MAS
ii.NH TEMPLE, iMdtellows' Hall
on the 'ilil M.iii.lH) n> em h month
at i p m voting brathrsa art
cordially  wrlcmne.
vv   THOMSON   w    vl
w. u.  ROBERTSON, Secretary
Revelstoke
Music Store
McKenzie Ave.
J. Bingham, Prop.
FOR 112 YEARS
POTTIE'S CELEBRATED AUSTRALIAN STOCK REMEDIES
Have Been Used With Success
Four generations have improved them until they have no
equal.
Keep your horses, cattle anil other stock insured by having on haml a supply of Puttie's Remedies.
Sold in Revelstoke by ARMSTRONG & CO
JOHN POTTIE &. Co., VANCOUVER, B.O.
Rosedene Nurseries
Revelstoke. B. C.
House Plants, Ferns, etc.
Cut Flowers, Roses, Carnations, etc
Thos. Newell, Prop.
Designs Box 51
Phone 295
FURNITURE
We carry a complete stock of
Furniture, Carpets, Linoleums,
Oilcloths, etc. Get our prices before purchasing elsewhere.
R. Howson & Co., Revelstoke, B. C.
CTJT   IFLO'WIEIRS
V. ■■ ue Rpcciuli/.iiiK in .ill varieties ill Season
"i Cui rimvrrs. inn showing is unsurpassed*
Come and lit spec! f"i  yourself)
REVELSTOKE NURSERIES
\v. II. roTTKU-l*', Manager.
On South Road, Half a Mile from Town
SEE OUR FEBRUARY SPECIALS
TO THK I'KOl'I.K OC IlKAKl,
STOKE DISTRICT—Sea our Uit ol
Specials f"i February, read on ami
miiki' it note "i it. Storm aosli and
doors, mouldings ami turnings ul all
kiiuiH, kitchen tables, HtuuU ami
cabinets, office iii'-sks, Btools, and iii-
Ing cabinet*, drawers, cupboards,
shelving, counter tmiH. showcases,
iiiiu'v window cIiisk, paint, varnish,
Kalsonine, rootlngs ami building papers,  all     at    Hpcrial prices.       HihI
Workmanship,  satisfaction guarante
ed. Sec im il yuu an' contemplating
building a house, store or doing any
ollice ropalra in  the apiim;, ur ml-
ili'iH an n.l,lit mn  ol any kiiiil to yOUl
present building, Yuu will profit by
mn- wide experience and nave money,
vv,' give estimates freely on all kimlt>
ol constructional work, Ymir eit-
qulrlea aro solicited. All orders
promptly attended to. The Hevrt -
Ktuke Snsh & Door Factory, P, 0,
llux  196, Geo. I). Shaw, ITop^'l'lionc
The Revelstoke Sash and Door Factory
I'. O. »i
JO. I>. S1I.WV, Prop.
l'liiiiie Nu. J''l
CANADIAN PHOENIX INSURANCE CO.
Financial Statement. Dec. 31st, 1911
IIAHVICY,  Mil AltTKIt
AND  PINKHAM
Barristers, Solicitors, Ktr
lii,;."!!*!  Hank   BulMUll   K«v.l
stok«, M   0,
MoBtf tO Loan
OfflMI- Hnvtliitoke.    B.    O.
i raiiliruok, B. O.
OM, S. McOarter,
A    M    I'liiktiam,
Revelstoke,
ami
j. A. Harvey
t'ratibrook
ROBBRT hMITM.
ProvtMlal  l<ai»d  Huvayor,
Mining Htiiv.fiir,
Knflni'.rit.l
MrKKNZIB  AVM.,
llflX    10«.    RKVK1.HTOKK
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A It i  ll I T K r t
I'  ii   lim im, ii.*.i'iii"«'. B.C.
i.uuiiinuiit Dtposll     ....   t   ! i" Capful.Stock imuluii .  ,..
Kenervc lor 1'ire l.o-snei  un-
I1''-- "i .iiliu-ti.i	
MS 6 Loesei adjusted, iim* and nn
I   'i.l paM	
ISO iki lin,   utliiT  Companies    and
  ■.^^^^^^^■—
!(., i'i Ml
iHlii Ml
■■  accrued Int,
Hilla Receivable
i ui" i i itrniture & liqulpmenl
i in* m.i|'s mnl Plans,.
Mm k Permanent
i  I n ^ iinir\|.iiiili ....
■    ii in Agent'i 11 nnl-   	
• .. ii on ll.uul and in Hank,
Sul* iii'nl i i|ni.il lubjeel  tu
agents lot Uommiulon
Rencrvc  lur  unearned   pre
miiiins (govm'l standard I
Balance Revenue Accounl
l(l)1  ',- ;     1H4N7J (HI j Net Surplus
HUiiu,.- J9
8K0I R1T\  I'Oll nn.ICY HOJ.DKR8....WM.MJ 65
W.   D   ROBERTSON      ^tmrn
s 31,794 ».
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5886 ti
34946 in
18118 V:'
147J73 68
$240,41     9
AGENT
\HbUMLShceA
AND
Granlvy   Rubbers
Am modtli  "f tjtallence
.   n r'. i. i   and  fit.
ASK YOUR DEALER
FOR THEM
A DRY SADDLE WHEN
IT RAINS IF YOU WEAR
POMMEL
SLICKER
Tl>« l«nf •<*««
and iKe comfort i*
live*. m«ketilth«
Slicker of Qualify
Sold E»erywkef»
TOWER   CANADIAN   OILED
CLOTHING   CO.,   LTD..
Toronto.  C»n»d». '"
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ii SATURDAY, FEB. loth, 1912.
a'HZE  IMI^IL HEEALD,   KEVELSTOKE
SATUBDAV, FEB. 10th,  1912.
I
MAtAKWA NOUS
Malakwa Notes LL (( ££ U>lb AA U
Editor Mail-Herald:—
Dear sir,—Tlie Garden oi Bden val
ley in beginning to assume tho at-
tiit- ni the gentle spring time, There
tn-iiiK nu ground hogs, we have to
look to other Indications lor tore -
telling the advent of this welcome
•season of tho year, with the summer
like days and nightB brings the robins ami the hces back to their favorite haunts mill the swelling buds ami
pastures greeu, hut let it conic.
The Conservative Association met
hi the hall on Wednesday evening,
and transacted sunn' very Important
business,
Wm. Waddell made a verj sudden
departure for the coast last week,
and we bear whispers ol Important
results from his extended visit, uIbo
probable changes in Buckingham Pal
ace on his return. In tho meantime
Lloyd is very lonesome ami restless,
more so since his three or four days
sojourns iu Kevelstoke last   week.
Mrs. Kile of Craigellacbie has boon
priding herself ou a good case of
runups all her own, but she is uow
out of danger we believe.
MrB. A, 8. Alderton of Cralgellach-
1,   was   m   Itevelstoke   Tuesday.
J.  11.  Johnson aud E.  A.   Haycock
were   Revelsyoke  visitors  yesterday.
it. A. Coppock and wife have re-
turned home, and are prepared to
feed   lhe  wayfarer  uu  short  uotice.
The government Jam is completed
and Messrs. Bruhn and Boseley are
moving their equipment to Bowie to
start work ou a new wagon bridge
across the Eagle river al  that place,
SETTLER.
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The Valley of
n of Eden"
Situated at MALAKWA, B. C.
Just 32 Miles West  of   Revelstoke,   and   Extending   between Sicamous Junction to Three Valleys Station
Area of First-Class Land-20,000 Acres
Character Of Land   Principally Level.
f Lara-rior nf  Q-nil   Bench   Lands,   Clay    Loam   and  Vegetable
Dlldl (Mil   Oi   OUI!   Mould, while on  Lower Lands Black Loam
Prevails.
Nn Irririatinn   Pos't've,y no irrigation is needed as Valley is sub-
I1U iinyciUUil   irrigated, and many creeks supply water for  Do-
mastic purposes.
IThis Land is specially adapted for Large and Small Fruits, as well as
Hay and Vegetables.
Moderate Climate   Freezing is  Average Winter Weather.
Prices of Land Reasonable
for Further Particulars ALout This Garden Spot of B. C, Watch This Page
I of the MAIL-HERALD tach Week
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Every day people are realizing ni"re
und more that u mixed furm is the
best paying proposition in the pro -
vince. Iu thc Garden of Eden we
have one of the best examples for
mixed farms to be found. On the
main road to Sicamous two and a
half niiles from Malakwa is this ideal
farm the home of .Mr. F.J. Boseley.
IUiuuing parallel with the road is a
nice piece of land suitable for orch -
ard with the house and barn and
numerous other buildings close by.
Behind and on either side is to be
found fine black land, which from
time to time has yielded exceedingly
good cropB, both of hay and vegct -
ables.
We regret that this early iuhabi -
taut of the "Garden of Eden" con-
templates a move, his home has lieen
the scene of many a joyful gathering
and his departure would no doubt bc
greatly  missed.
SETTLER No.  2.
The marketing ol cedar posts and
poles, which has always been considered one ol the chief industries of the
"Garden of Eden", is now tempor -
arly retarded owing to the fact that
the cold weather and incidentially
sleighing has apparently departed for
a while. It is so soft that heavy-
loads of poles or ties cannot he haul
cd to the station to advantage. The
weather has b?en so warm that many
of the summer birds have returned,
and  lill  th* air with their melodies.
The public can rest assured that at
llialakwa there is a climate that takes the leud of any portion of B. B.
yet known, possibly excepting tbe
I'acilic coast. Krom present indications ploughing will start in March
this year, which fact alone is enough
to show what a great advantage
(lurden of Eden settlers have over
ranchers lu colder sections.
TwrwiiTr-iifirar-areMM irr tar
GANONG'S
G   B
CHOCOLATES
Now Hold the Fort
in Revelstoke
A large variety of Dainty
Boxes   in  half-pound, one-
pound, two-pound antl three-
pound sizes
The Finest in the Land
and  Canadian   c^Vlade
40 years experience
Fresh Milk For Sale'
For Your Seeds
Ornamentals 6* Fruits
GO TO THE
Henry Seed and Nurseries
We have the finest stock <m the
Coast,     I..i-t veil. lll>   first year
in the business, waa badly handicapped;  owing  to lhe want of,
stock, but not 10 this vear. Send
US your orders and we will .cnc
miii Satisfaction. Sec our new
catalogue, it is Iree i" you.
A. R. Macdougall, Proprietor
Luml)
umDermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
P.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
OKI Town,    -   Kevelstoke, B. C.
before tuning yonr mil-
lit of working clothes
for the bush. 1 make a
specially of Logging
Shoes, Pants. Sox, Shirts
Blankets and everything
required In vour business.
Shifohb Gure
unk'kly StOpS cdhkIih.   em.**' *"l, 1*.   heal*
lho   Hi • anil   Iiiiii;*-. •
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ALSO
CLEAR, DRY CEDAR  WOOD
APPLY
Box 691, - Revelstoke
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Land DiBtrict.
District ol  West Kooteuay.
Take uotice that I, burrows Henry
ltothwell ol Nakusp, li. C, occupation gcutleniau, intends to apply lor
permission to purchase the [ollowing
described lauds:
Commencing at u post plunted 40
Chains south of the North-east Comer of T. L. 41274, theuce south SU
chains, theuce east ubout 20 chaius,
to Arrow Lukes, theuce uorth ulong
Lake ubout 8(1 cbuins, theuce west
about 2 chains to point of commence
ment, containing ubout lio ucres,
more or less.
Duted December 19th,   l'Jll.
Burrows  Henry   Rothwell.
Edward Hussell Vipond, Agent.
Juu.  i-tli lirst issue.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke  Land  District.
District  of West Kootenuy.
Take notice that 1 Horatio Leverne
Rothwell of Nakusp, B, C, occupation bunk manager, int. mis to ap-
pl> Ior permission to purchase tbe
following   described   lands.
Commencing  ut a  post  planted  WO
chains south ol the  North east Corner ol T. L.  41274,      thence south    80
chuius,   theuce eust  ubout  10  ehuins,
1 to Arrow Luke, thence north    along
Lake about  80  c1i.u.ib,   thence     west
about  2d  chnins  to  point  of     com -
j mencement,      contuining    about    200
acres more or leBS.
Duted December 2'Jth,  l'Jll.
Horntio  Lcverenc  Rothwell.
BdWard  Hussell Vipond,  Agent.
1st issue Jun. llth.
LIQUOR  ACT,   1910.
notice  Is  hereby   given   llmt  thirty
dayi  after  dnto  application   will    he
niailo to thc Superintendent ot    Provincial Police for the tantfer ol the
license for lhe sale nl liquor by N
tall in and upon the premises known
io.  the City  Hotel situated nt Arrow
bend, uritish Oolumbia, trom   John
I Caley to Hubert Caley "f Arrowhead
Dattd  Ibis Kb  day  ..(  January llll
• JOHN   CAI.KY.
Jun 10 1st Issue      Holder of Lleeuse
SYNOPSIS   OF COAL  MINING
hEGULATIOKS.
Coal mining rights ol the Dominion
iu Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon TerritoTJ, lbe
North-WUt Territories aud in a portion ol the Province ol lir.tisb Col-
i iiiniiia, may be leased lor a term ol
twenty-one years ,u an anuual rcul-
al of >1 an acre. .Nit more than
2,560 acres will be leased to one applicant.
| Application for lease must be madl
by the applicant in person to thl
Aj^ent or Sub-Agent of the district
iu wbicn the rights applied toi are
situated.
iu surveyed territory thc luud must
bo described by sections, or legal
sub-divisions of sections, and in un
surveyed   territory   the  truct  applied
j for shall  be staked  out  by  the    ap
plicant  himself.
J Each applicant must be accompanied  by a fee of 5J which will  he     re-
Ifunded il the rights applied lor ure
not available, but uot otherwise. A
royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output "1 the mine at the
rate ol live cents per ton.
The person operating tbe nine shall
furnish in   tgent with swum returns
accounting (or tbc lull t|iiantity of
merchantable coal mined and pay the
royalty thereon. II the coal mining
rigbta arc not being opera! d, such
returns should be (urnlshed at least
"ia i   a year.
I The lease will include the coal una
| Ing rights ouly, but thc lessee may
' be permitted to purchuac whatever
available surface rights may be con
Sidered necessary Ior the working ol
| the mine at the rate of (10.00 an
1 acre,
j   Fur full    information    application
'should be made to the Secretary of
Ithe Department of thc Interior, Ottawa, or to the Agent or Bub-Agent
of  Dominion  Lands.
Vi. tt. GORY,
Dep ity Minister ol the Interior,
N.B.—Unauthorised  publication    of
this advertisement will uot i* paid
for,
i __
Electric Restorer for Men
Phosphonol"*'"■'•"■■'"■'    slhib   v
— L. lo III ft   per teal    ■• : t..'   i.a
* »'fll and ilUiilT.  rrpin.it a,* '
I wt-aVne**!  sicM-d al mi     rhoiiilinnol irt'.i
|tr,ke vnu » n*»w num.   Pries JSa]
»•    Httljdl ll,*...    Tli» Scolirll III -J'
I o..Rt.r«lli»rln»". On-.
it MacdolaM s Drug Store
NOTICE.
In the Matter of an Application
for the Issue of u Duplicate Ce. (ill -
cute of Title to all niiucrais p«rec
Ious and base (lave coal aud pro-
ti .< ian) under Lots 5225 "New
Yoi<" mineral Claim, 6S26 ' tioatou"
Mineral claim, b22i "Chicago" .'.Uu
cr.ii li.i in, 5328 "Montreal" Mineral c'luim, allJ'J "Situ Francisco'' Kin
erul Claim, 5380 "Fair-view" Mineral
i liiiin, b2it "Metropolitan Fraction"
Mineral Claim and 5J22 "Chicago
fraction" Mineral Claim, all in
Croup  1,   Kootenay  District.
Not.cc is hereby given thut t is
iii) intention to issue at tbe expiration ol one month niter the lirst pub-
1.cut.on hereof a Duplicute il lhc
C it licute ol Title to the above
tne tloned lots in the name ol lbs
Metropolitan Qold and Silver Mima.:
i ompany ol Lardeau, U.C., Ltd.(Nun
•mil Liability) which Certificate
■ the nth day of July, iJeii,
at   10:20  a.m.  and  numbered  5922A.
■    -on, D. C, 8tb January,   iJl.'.
SAMUEL It.  ROB,
1st .is,a* j.20        District Registrar,
NOTICE
In the Matter ot au Application tor
the issue of a Duplicate Certificate ot
Title to Lota 8 and 'J, Block I, Town
"I Arrowhead, being part of District]
I, Croup I,  Map 1,31.
Notice is hereby given tbat It is
my intention to Issue at toe explra- I
tion ol oue month altet th, hut publication hereof u Duplicute of the
lertilicute of Title to the above men
t'oiii'd lota in thc ii.une ol Hartley I..
Pluinton, whicli Certilicate is dated
tbe lath day ol January, l'Jn'J, ut
'J 30 a.m., aud numbered lUOi'.'A.
Nelson,  H.C,   8th   January,   UU.    !
•      SAMUEL H. ROB,
1st Iss. Jan 17      District Registrar.
LlgL'OR  ACT,   l'JIO.
Notice in hereby given that 30 days
after   date   application   Will   Ie   made
to tho Board ol License Commli
•loners foi tin transfer ol tbe lleeuse
for the sale ol liiiuor by retail in und
upon tho pii'tn.H'S known us the
City Hotel, situated at     He\elstokc,
.a the province ol iint> h Columbia,
from Robert Caley t" John Call y "i
Hevelstoke.
ROBERT  (  ".LI'.Y,
J.It hi Holdi i ol Llcena.'.
Gicken's Ce.itenary
All the civilized world and more
especially the Uritish Empire, last
Wednesday made some suitable ab-
set vance of thc One Hundredth An -
nivcrsary of the birth of Charles
Dickens. In London prohab|y tho
most important, feature of the day
was the annual dinner ol the "Boz"
elub at wbich Lord Rosberry pre -
sided. From distant parts of the
world lloral decorations of magnili -
ciince were laid on the gruve of thc
famous writer in Westminster Abbey.
Important dates in the life of the
great author nre:
1S12—Charles Jobn Huffman Dickens horn at Portsea, near Portsmouth, the -on ol John Dickens, a
clerk  at  the  Portsmouth  dockyurd.
1816 Removed With his parents to
Chatham, where he resided until 1821
when  the family removed to London.
1887—At lhe age of 16, with thc advantage of less than three years at
school, he begun life on his own account  as it clerk in u solicitor'a ollice
1828- After a yeur in thc solicitor's
office, win-re he acquired the intimate
knowledge ol law und lawyers that he
afterward used to good advantage in
bis famous novels, young Dickens became a law reporter.
is:il — At the age of 19 he found cm-1
ployment ns n parliamentary reporter   In   which   occupation   he   displayed
great  ctlirienry.
IKK—Wrotes slight sketch entitled
"A Dinnei nl Popular Walk" his llmt
essay  in the realm ol literutiirc.
MSI     At   the age nl HI  he  published;
lhe   opening   parts  of  the   "Pickwick
Papers," the work which was to make
bun  fam.uiu.
IM6—Married Miss Catherine Hogarth, daughter of George Hogarth,
publisher of the Evening Chronicle to
which Dickens contributed Ills first
sketches.
840—At the nge of '2- tie had completed    "Oliver Twist,"       "NIcholaB
Nickli'by, I'he Old Cuiiosty  Shop"
and   "Hnl nnliy   Hildge."
1841—Paid his first visit to Amcrl
en.
1843—At. the age of 31 he hnd written  "Martin Chiizzlcwit" and  the lirst
ol Ills Christmas books,
1817 \t the age of 8B he had COffl
pleted "Dombey and Sun" and four
more of bis famous Christmas bonks.
1*849 At the age of 17 he hnd Com-
plct.eil   "David   I'oppet Held,"   which Is
regarded by many critics as the great
nl of his works,
1888—At the nge ol H be eomplotod
"Bltak  Mouse," which Is famous for
thc excellent construction ol its plot ' destination was Campbelltown, N'.B.
and has retained Its place as one of .The murderer was an old man, thin
Dickens' best efforts. faced and dressed in neat clothes, al-
1854—At the age of 4'J he had com- though apparently those of a work -
pleted  "Hurd  Times." ing man. When  west of Maple Creek,
1857—At the ago ol 45 he had com- ' he began to act in a very queer way
pleted  "Little Dorrit." and took exception to a remark pass
1859—At thc age of 47 he had com-led by a man and bis wife. He made
pleted "A Tale of Two Cities," his , the remark to them that "I am not
second historical novel and one of, thc t ready to shoot yet,  but I'll fix you"
most powerful of his works. . The man and woman left the train at
186-—At  tlie age  of  50  he      com -   Maple Creek,
pleted "Great Expectations." one   of .    Nothing  further  happened   until the
the most characteristically humorous   train reached Swift Current.  John G.
of his works. Klundt and a man     named     George
1806—At the  age of  54 he  completed   Morrison  were  then   sitting  in a seat
"Our Mutual Friend." together at the rear end  of the car
18G7—At tho ago of 55 he arrived in with their backs to the engine.
America to hegiu a lecture tour, in ■ Morrison was asleep when suddenly
which he appeared in many of the the old man rose from a seat just
principul cities and was received ahead of the two, pulled a 32 revolver
everywhere with thc greatest cordial took a qtiick aim and shot Klundt, a
ity and enthusiasm. | perlect stranger to him, through tbc
1-*..8—At the  ago  of  56  he  returned   back   of  the  head.      He   then  turned
to  England  in  fniling  health,  having
depleted his strength by hard work
and the excitement incident to his
American tour.
1869—At the age of 57 he liegan
writing "The Mystery ol Edwin
Drood," which he did not live to com
plctc.
1870—At the age of 58, on thc even
ing of June U, tbe great writer
breathed his last at "Gads Hill
place," his home in Kent, not far
from Rochester, which he had purchased   ni   1856.
1870—On   June  14   the   remains wore
laid  tn rest    ii  Westminster Abbey. I
lu accordance    with Dickens'    own
often expressed fillings in the matter,  the funeral  was strictly  private.
the gun on himself and put a bullet
into his own brain. There appeared
to be no doubt but that tbe murderer was crazy.
An  inquest will  lie held  by Coroner
Brown.
Killed Qn East Bound
English Cup Games
London, Feb. 6—The second round
of the English Football Association
eup was played today, the usual
thousands attending the games. Four
games resulted in draws and will
have to tie played next week. Among
the intere-ting results were the wins
of the Hlackbnrn Hovers over Derby
County, of Fulham over Liverpool,
and Brad.ord Oity over Chelsea.
Other metropolitan clubs won or drew
their gnmes. No games were played
in the flrst division. Following nro
thc second round results:
Everton 1, Bury 1.
Bradford 2. Portsmouth 0.
Manchester  City  it.  Oldham  Athlet-
Moose Jaw, Sask., Feb. 6—A young
man i,.nii'il John (!. Klundt was shot
and killed early this morning by another passenger on C.P.R. train No.
I on its way east. Thc murderer then
turned his revolver on himself with | ic 1
a fatal result, At 4:20 the train drew
into Moose Jaw depot where thc
bodies were taken in charge by the
police and Dr.  Brown,  the coroner.
According to the story of W. L.
I lin.lie. who was nn cyo-witnegs of
the tragedy, John tl. Klundt, togeth-
etwitb his brother Oheten A. Klundt
had been to Medicine Hat to locate
land nnd were returning to ttwir home
in Garrison, N. D. The murderer, ' llnrnsley 4. l/eicenter Fosse 0.
whose  name  is  ifi   yet   known,  came   Sw.n.lon  Tnwn 2. Notts  Forest 0.
from Vancouver and his ticket upon!   Bolton Wander-en l. Blackpool 0.
Which   his  signature  is   inscribed     ln |    Anton  Villa  I.  Rending  1.
Unreadable   writing,   shows    thut  bis      Bradford Oity 2, CbHsea 0.
Derby County 1, Blackburn Bovers2
tyoeds  City  fl,  West  Bromwlch   Al -
hi.in  1.
Wolverhampton  Wanderers  2,    Lid-
coin City 1.
Crystal  Palace ii.  Sunderland 0,
Middlelmroiigh   1.  Western  United  1.
Darlington   1.   Northampton   8.
Coventry Oity 1, Manchester Tntted ! \ l'i 1:11 \v. .   FEB.   lath,   1912.
T.'I3:3±]   MAILHEBALD,   REVELSTOKE
SATl'HDAY,   FI'MI.   llllll,   11112.
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Don't let repairs
eat up 3 our profits
■J?K;\?ff Whrthoi  they pppiTsenl iictual cash outlay, or
only llir 'inn' uf yourself and ynur help, repairs
are wost just tlio same, Wheu you make an
improvement no matter how small its cost may
he l't il be permanent. Then it is a real investment, something mi whieh you can realize iu cash should you decide to
sell ynur property; and something; thai will pay you eonstant
iln iih uds in convenience, sightliness and comfort as long as
llic farm remains vour ov n.
t
Concrete Improvements Are Permanent
Tiny last as lone; as lhe very lulls themselves. They do oot
require experts to build ihem. Their lirst cost, in must eases,
is nn more than for inferior materials.
Aren't you interested in the subject of permanent, modern
farm improvemi nts ?
Then write for the buuk that describes hundreds of them—
"WHAT THE FARMER CAN DO WITH CONCRETE"
It   isn't   .1   CataloQlie.     livery fine  ot  Its  1 *>ri hundsemfIv Itlustratfd  chiii Is intfrrst
"n  ind insti-urtivft.      They tell  how  tn mix concrete, how Hi pure it. whai r.in he Hone
with  it.    The book was prlrted to sell  tor so cents,  nm  we have » copy lor yon. tree.
Send   n\
ieYourBoolA
Your   name   and   r»ddr<!M  on  .1 post .if will hrinfj this book
TO YOU ABSOLUTELY FREE
Mall tin* poHtcnrd to-day.     The book will come to you by
rrturn  mail        Addreis
CANADA CEMENT CO., Ltd.
NATIONAL BANK BUILDING . MONTRFAL. F 0.
r&^RTLAM^
I GUT ENTERPRISE „„™ ,
COMES TO REVELSTOKE   ■*■«*
At tlii* nnl ul tbis year thore will
_____,„»,_««_ be u|ll>' -"" null's ol uncompleted rail
1 way along tbo     hue "I the    Grand
Trunk Pacific between  Winnipeg   and
Walter Bews Makes an Important Connection With the lipllJSirirrs.-
Co-Operative Corporation in America, Bached By Men Doing:;;;:,;;,;Sr^!0«SZ
in nddltlon t" Unit n number ■•! now
I,.IM,-     will     I*.*    Iiu.l     ,,||t.      lllltiHll    t'l'
luiiii'in 1- slmiT ui thew now scttlu -
meats has m'l been made public but
.11 the prairie province! they will mun
inu (orty seven and an Innovation
will in' Introduced In Unit the com
pans   mil  open  general  stores  In 2b
an Annual Business huniintinj ta U
PtOPLE OF REVELSTOKE BENEFITED
nl  actual ("si ol manufacture,   plus
1   ilngle retail proBt,
im.* noticeable feature ol this In
ness, and n very commendable    one,
Us tbnt  no ono remed)   mantltacturod
by tbis company is 11 "cure-all" Bach
 i tin* manj  diflerent  remedl
.1  known and dependable     treatment
particular ailment.    Nm
w .-;. ■   Bews ol this city,  bus with
Btii   enterprise, demonstrat
■ ■ i   well abreasl ol
• ,., j     connecting    himself
with tlu  largest   Iruggiste' co-opern
......    'i in* men com ected
enterprise     do a   yearly
--  aggregating  over  $75,000,000 t,
wbich   «ol!  emphasises  Its  soundness
tins enterprise  is  unquestionable at
and magnitude. monstrated  by  tbis guarautee, which
Nearly  Bve thousand     retail drug- ,g  ,„,„,,.,! ,,„ ,.,.,.,*.   pa, k.,L... n
ul   the   United   Btates (*,; ,...[ |i,,,;. ,       .,,,.1 xho Rexal
.*,,    irganlzed     them -   ling  this preparation guarai
,*,,.v,. company for '" tfve satisfaction.   '
*'    pi *•;.'■   Ml-    11    IIM        Of
hxdical  preparations  wbich  thej   ■•
1 ,„*,:: ibs<    telj   guaranteed and
,   with then   own names and
s        01 mulas
go  back     t"  the store  wh	
bought  ;t and get youi ntu-e       I   •
longs to
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,,( them so thai tho new Bettlei will
have no diliiculty n securing supplies
it  reasonable cosl
imi tho main Inn' tins >-• .11 18*5 miles
will be built oasl "( fori Ueorge and
150 miles wesl oi Kort George    leaving only .'"" m I In 19*13
etween Winnipeg and  Princi   1; ipt ■ I
ranch
lini s t,, M* —,;.i., Brandon, t'algar
Battle-lord, Prince
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"      ■     ■    • C:,C"ll,1' ,*.! highly reaped
•    • bed to the publu- and
*    - Id with  the* disl
■    • their purchase
p, refunded with
ition 01 e      tht
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•iK-.ii and professional  advice "I neal ty Ave and llftj cents
iv .inn.! leading iiruepists guarantee
. ty of everything   used
,n.l  euaraflteei   thai  oolj  rorm
..„ . merii , i.  uhi"1 In the mami
: ictnrtng oi their products
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The preparations M the    company
Mr    Waltei   Hi "*-   -*  -"   irell     ami
I mi  lm  ) 1*
■•hiv   ind   *i *'*:'■  '.* ill ig 'imi ■*» pre
Jld  ,.  greo Ioi  him  »H
K. v.iii     Remedies,     and 1 1 !■• be
Curfew law tor Husbands
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from  bis fai ■ I im* mosl
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teri.rise.    inns   men    ....■-" —    ,
. .,,„.,).  it is almost Impos-!   Wt urg* all who ma> ...  In need ol
, 11,.. r qualttf t.i iirtiTiiirnt.'.   preparsd  msdlclnes to ran on     Mr
m,.,.' are no middlemen's 01 |obbo«'   WalUi  Bews ami Isam    ahoiif
...     .     * ,. 1 ,,, t bi-» i'..Hf nn.l   Rexall Remodles,   BlnterprUc of   l'"''ln,1
Shifoh's Cure
the public i-au ci.t/iit. these prtrdud      out rto«W l>« e0CW»|ta,
•1 hi i.u   ilnpi t ■■■ulii^.
(bv Ibroal oimI luod«-
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BTJT
It ja always hot in the plunge at Halcyon ll"i Springs,
whoso natural hot motiicinal waters aro iho most wonderful health restorer on the Continent. Umv'ocnnl of cures
of rheumatism and other chronic complaints is unequalled
and verified by our gratified patrons. Located among the
greatest scenery of Canada, easy of access,—the Sanitarium is luxuriously fitted antl finished for comfort ami
convenience of quests.
Haleyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. BOYD, Proprietor, -        Halcyon, Arrow Lakes
HOTEL CLIMAX RESTAURANT
■ss«^^bbsb= OPEN NIGHT AND DAY I
White Help Only Employed
Board by the Day or Week
Night Restaurant - Short Order
W. C.   HATCHELOK,        -        ^Vlannger.
TI
Strictly  First Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with  Bath
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $1 a day.    Monthly rate.
J".   ALBEET     STOHSTIE      PEOP.
Astronomers Claim 366 Days in
Every-fourth Year
Ak far back as tbu yoar 46 U.   t'., I
wise and  learned astronomers    gave
Bclcntltlc reasous why overy     iwiirtii
yoar Bbould contain J66 days Instead ]
ol ilu' regulation 90S;     and', because
this fuiu'tii year wus three    mloutss
longer tbun tbe astronomical     year, I
they further demonstrated thai some
years dlviaable by four, and    bonce
to the ordinary miml leap years were
uut leap    years at all.   Thus   noo, I
1800 and 19011   wore    not leap yeuru, i
hut,  lu nil   wliiini  it   tuny interest tin
yeur 2000 will be reckoned an such.
But though there is a ueoosslty, i
trom tin' si'iiiititu' poinl ol view, ot
mn' year containing more days than
iiiiutlii'i. llii'ii* is im positive record
,'i the origin ol that delicate privilege which tradition says Is tlm nubt
ul wiuiHii iii Leap year. Myth un -
itiIu's its inception t" Bt, Patrick,
it is said tintt while walklug by the
shures ol L6ugb Neagh the smut. viaa
ueeosted by rft. Bridget, who tear -
fully told liiin Hint there wus troubio
among the nuns over whom slut ruled owing to the tact that a woman
might not propoM to n man, it muy
bo remarked tbat, In thc duys otst.
Bridget, celibacy was not enforced us
un absolute ruin tor tlie clergy though
advocated by the church us tbe proper mode ol Uli' tor a religions per- i
non.
Moved by her toars, St. Patrick of-
fririi to concede tbe coveted privilege
tn women one yenr In overy seven, '
But Bridget declared that this would '
never satisfy her discontented charges
uud pleaded for al least one yeur in
(uur. enforcing ber argument by
throwlug ber arms round St. Pat-
ick's neck "Biddy, ucushlu, squeeze
ine tbat wuy again, and I'll give you
Itap yeur, tbe longest yeur of the
lot. Is suid to have lieen bis reply,
und so the matter wus settled. Kru-
boldened by her success. Bridge!
straightway propo ed to tbe sumt
himself, but being under n strict vow
of celibacy he f-olt obliged to refuse,
smoothing over the awkard situation
i thus created with a kiss und the pres
lent  ol u silk dress.
Until s century ago it was a recog
nised law ol leap yeai that in thc
event ot a mun declining a proposal
ol marriage be should help to nilcvi-
|iuc the natural disappointment caused by Iiim answer by giving a silk
dress to bis unsiiceessliil admirer,
i History appears to have recognized
what tradition established, and spin-
In 1H88, when by B law pussi'd 111
Scotland it wis euactod:
"it is statute und uiiluiiit lhal
during thc rein ol llir mulsl lilissit
.Mugestc, for ilk yeare knowo us lepe
ii'iir, ill; niuydi'ii luilyi' ol lint lit'
lnglic and lowo estate shull line lih-
erto to bespeke ye man she likes, al-
hott he refuses to tulk blr to be bis
luwiui wile, be shull be mulcted   iu
ye sum une poiindis or loss, ns his
OStalt muy he, except innl awls (fil he
run make it appeare lhat bo is be-
trotint une Ither woman be tbeu
shall he tree..' Shortly aftor this a
similar statute passed lu Pranoo wus
upprovod  hy  the then King.
The ofloot i'f these laws is not.
known. Unfortunately no statistics
arc extant showing the number ol
spinsters iu Scotland or franco who
availed themselves ot the privileges
thus bestowed; nor is there nny record of the number, il any, ol lines
impose,1  under the  Scottish law.
By ItiOG the leap yenr privilege ul
women appears to have become a
pari ot ihe unwritten law In Kng
luud. A i-uilou- little book publish
od .it thut dnte contains these words
—"Alli'.'it it nowc become u part Ol
'in* luiiiinuniiiw in regard to Bocial re
la tions of life that us often us every
leap yeur doth return, the ladyes
have the sole privilege during tbe
t uni' it. I'untiiiiietli ol making love,
either by wordes or lookes, us to
tlii'iu it siTiiiith proper; und, moreover, no man will he entitled to licu-
clil of clergy wbo doth in any wise
treat her proposal with slight or con
liiniely," hut. ugiiin wo have lio record of the extant to which the right
wus exercised.—Kx.
Mur. 0—J.B.O, v. Lawrence Co.
Mm*. 7   Mletdrahs v. J. 13. 0,
Mur, fr—Businessmen v. LaRrenoe Oo
Mar.   11—Y.M.O.A,   v.   Lawrence  Co.
Mur,  IS—Maple Lioa'fs v. Heavers.
Mur.  13—Oorley House v. Itnmblers.
Mur. 14—J.B.O. v. Mletdrahs.
Mur.  Ill—Heiivers v.  Maple Leafs.
Mar. 21— Maple Loafs  v.   J.B.O.
Feb. DS—Mietdrahs v. J.B.O.
Feb,  27—Maple Loafs  v.  Beavers.
Fob.  20—J.B.C.  v.  Mietdrahs.
Humes will he counted Instead of
pins. Two games will constitute a
league game.
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I..iigo Sample Koonis.
Rat' o £2.00 per day        Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
Union   Hotel
February 14—Valentines Dunce, under IHrls Auxiliary ot tho Hospital
[February    20—Philharmonic   Society
Entertainment.
February 22-J.  B,  0,  Concert, Op-
|    era  House.
J ti ehruary 'iti—Castle     Squaro   Bntor-
j    taincrs,
LABT OHANOH POR FRHH LAND.
A reHi'i'pution ol tortile vnlley land
is now open In Mexico. Homesteads
Free, only requirement Is to have
live acres of bananas planted within
live years! An authorized compnny
will plant the bananas and market
them un shares. Ynur share should
bring   $20(1   per  acre   annuafly.      The
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FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
A. P. I,i*.vi;siju*:. Proprietoi
stcrs  were  given  a  rare  opportunity
BOWLING SCHEDULE
SECOND SUCTION.
('wing to the largo number ol mom
hers wishing to participate In the
bowling, it wus pressed upon us to
form a new leugue. Four teams con
stitute the leugue, and tbc games
will be played off on the alleys on
Tuesday and Thursday evenings, com
iiieiiiing at 8 p.m. sharp. Thus it
will give all others who have not
heen placed ou any team an opportunity to have a gamo belore eight
o'clock.
Feb.  12—Y.M.C.A.  v.   J.B.C.
Feb.   13—Maple Leafs v.  Beavers.
Feb.  15—J.B.C.  v. Mietdrahs.
Feh.  14—Lawrence Co.  v. Ramblers.
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Feb.  28—J.B.C. v.  Corley  House
Mar.  1—Businessmen v. Rumblcrs.
Mar.  4—Y.M.O.A.  v.  Corley House.
Mar.  5—Beavers v.  Maple Leafs.
Howson St Co, have the goods you
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liiiiiiHliitig lino in the city.
W. PARRY
Late Polisher of Howson's
Furniture Store
Repolishes.   Makes Old Furniture
New.
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A reliable French regulator;never lnil»* THrso
pills nre exceedingly pnwcrlul io regulating the
generative portion ol the female svptcni. Kefimo
all cheap imitations. Dr. it* T»n'» nre sold at
ta a box. or three lor $10. Mailed to any addres*.
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A nice new stock of Singer and Wheeler Wilson Sewing Machines
For Sale or Hire
by the month at Manning's.
All kinds of machine needles
stocked.
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rr
a
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I have a few lots on hand in District Lot 200, South
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Roads, 20 feet Lanes. Local Street Car lines
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^:
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t-*rmm SATURDAY, PBB. LOth,
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SATURDAY, FEB.  lOtli,  1912.
B. C, POULTRY EXPERT
DN EGG FERTILIZATION
Says Determining factors Are
feeding and Temperature—
Results ot Experiments
tended thai an ovum fertilised soon
,,!!,*i liberation tends to produce tc-
mail', while »n older ovum will ratb-
(1* dr   tlop Into M  mail'.
Hoi ■ "( Hie French tnnclcrs work-
i*,i in tins theory by roloaslng tin1
uniii* bird in tin' evening only     mul
•.mn ly in the ruornlug,  but      re-
suli-   n I'i'tii cases woro Inconclusive |
mtrudlotory,
ic Parental Ap' Theory ol llol
iiii.i Su,Umi. which contends
lien ilie niuli' paronl is thfl old
i' offspring is propondoratingl,\
mule, mnl vie" versa, is flatly   con-
1   tt'uiliitcil   by   Ilia'   BtatlsblCS   ol   llll'illl
uiil, \iitu, oi. return-  and Bernor,   in  poultry  breeding    I
,*•*.] note Mint while most breeders   mate
*( disgust
More
i
illy   Kev    V7,   S. Scott,  'l'i.1.1.  I*
l am : a in.:; '.'.*,: ol the remark "I
ttie I
ing (ron       .    : tu a
l'.)
und  *
i. '
acker
.Unit  '
Ml.       t
i*«*^;^^N\\\'^ss5^
clattne        tones _.
e and put  Johnson's baby
* *,   know   whether
*  .i boy or a girl!"      |
[a a.■ i -   o.l breedi rs "! Amorl-
,, a   nit      millions      ol
•:..   lalntest   Idea    ol
■ . would in' "laynord" ,
.,* ;   » ..,;   .i. ild "go into tbe nun,
\-- imi it  that  lully 50 poi cent  ol
*, i .. ■ || *,    , *■   n, ties    .oul
that thi   is ial mating is one male to
':::■*       *   [i lb «*   thai   15 birds
* erj   one  hundred  hatched     nml
*.   .   ■     • i.   .* :  .. •. *
Tin* lb males. Bold at  avcragi   inut
bet    prices,      may   tei   tla     producer
■
The 50 I 'males, uu,!. i   propel    * on
lit   * *    tern egg  * i * es,  will
net   the  prod . •■:   1160  In  eggs,      and
■ *.  bring      JI   each ■'. sold a.*   year
■ breeders    It   Is  understood     of
a.-,   that   1     am speaking Btrictly
.-. t*,*.*, *. an ' commercial poul-
. farming.   On every hundred chicks
raised  that   run   ball  an.l  ball  male
aial  female   tbe  males represent      a
■ • **; $25 and tin* I males $200',
Evei j a* ilo bird *u excess ol lu pei
cent, of tlio whole repre. Hits an ecu-
nomlc loa   of over $i
Multiply   this   by   tin*   millions      ol
a i.i.-e.l annually aial tin*    sub
Ject  before me ta)day,  "Tin* Detenu
* itloo ol Sex," stands as ihe greal
e*9t economic  problem "f tie   poultry
: Btry.
Tbe eaii: .*■!! .*:' my address as in.li*
cu .-.I on tb    printed program   is   a
misnomer.   Whether om* esteemed sec
retan  classiBed me with thc dour old
la,!.im  who  Claim  t..  tell  the  Bex    of
thc ; •       cl li k  by tbe shape uf the
egg, or whether In his dreams be saw
me gyrating a pith-ball uver a banket  of ben  fruit.   1  kuow  not;  but    1
will unhesitatingly say that the tirst
method is    hi * is    aud tbc sccoud is
18."    My      subject   is      "Tli.   D'
terminat   u  *■'  Sex,"  not  "The  Sex
rmli 'tion    ■■!  Kggs."   in    othei
ti nninatioii ■•: tin* sex
m.m'k.   not   that   nt    lb*
germ  which  makes  tin* cluck.
There   arc   three  primary   lacta.rs  in
■ .'.a*  Investigation  which lead
up t,, ,,:. acctpied conclusion, *•
:   a Collation .,! accepted fuets.
*.'. A ia* *u..  to acciuitit f.u      those
I    ■
'.. A  -*.. : king hypothesis cau  b' accepted as a  scientific conclusion,    it
must rass a three-fold test,
ft m .-; harmonise »*tn the I
1: muet  , iplaln all tbe tacts,
itbei     •   lanation must account
.- :  those ;
1*   th •   a  i efore me I have col
ted a    . lologt-
<..; fact.-. .,* .  Irom     'lie s If-evident
' ululated      a
:.*:■*>   prac
'   ...  .i. -,.    ,■ ■ n  "... aviculture,    has
• suit* sti ■ ncl: tu
'
Evi thet  malt    oi
female,
• .•_■    ,      This material, which  ;u the
■ - ■ ,        into      mali
.=    SO  far   .is
our I •   .'**     a', way - tin*
the mx • •'. organism
, ..   I...n tu  '
' ■ 1. e
.* ren.
■   '*»
■ -     ■ |        . ,
■ -.
.-..   . .      *
■ * .
•_••'.   o    -   ::-     ll
a ■ . :  e.: I       • ■   •    *
r        *.:.*.
...
fecial'       I-i ;"*-'«pc>
■ ■ • •
■ *
' v 'I
•   ' t...       '   tent
eeounl
• • ■   '
**■■••       I-     ...    la        .
tbat ' v
i        ,* ,i .
[I   ;•.*.-« *    .   i   '■
l    T: •   I .     0»« Theaorj
...
DVB  respertM • ■   ■!■■■ ■
oelghbors, ex-, •■•
'There cockerels with lions, tho surplus
males does not appoar  lo diminish.
5, The     Comparative     Theory      of
Oraci   which corrects the box of   the
otTBpiing  with lhal   uf the more vig-
uiuiii parent, is contradicted by what
Is  known as  Starkweather's  Law    of
Sex, which claims ihat  tbe superior
purenl     produces     tho oppotlto Bex,
passing trom the realm nl    oxploded
theorj   to tbat   living facts,  wc  iimi
i H ,*   actors,     which are undoubl idly
tbe iiredomlonnl determinants ol box
Nutrition aud Tenipsrnture,
\.  I'he     i'as.* of    Tadpoles,   Yung
I ■'     When   tadpoles   were   lelt        In
themselves, ilu* percent age ol temales
was  lather   in   the  majority.   In  three
ioi- ihe proportions nf females wen*
as follows    54—46; 61—89; 66—44, Tb.
avei aee  uas thus r>7- 13,
in tin first brood, by feeding    one
Bi ' wit.ii beef, the pen* 'ntai-e ot females was raise,I from ."il to TS; in
i ii * second, Willi tish. from lil to 81,
«b;b' iii the third set, the highly nu-
trltous flesh of frogs was supplied,
and the percentage lose from 56 to
112, This is to say, in the lust cn«0,
tie i,suit of high feeding was that
there Were '■■- females tu s males.
1!.   The   Case  nf   Decs.--Wc  are    all
familiar with tin* throe classes of turn itcs of a beehive ns queens, work-
Home Baking, I
| Beiter every way |
1 than ihe rea
made foods
Dr PRICES
CREAM
Baking Powder
I Apure,CreamofTariar
wmMwM        Powder
| Made fron\ Grapes
LimePtehate
.«««SSS»SN»S^«5yJ»ii«!»ii§N
No Alum
,r    anl  drones, or as  tVrt.le  temales, ..
 ei-fee,   males d males,        What autumn and Its at*«da„t  rod
.,.. „,, ,octo« determining tho did- 0,-arclty of     I, bring,    about
..,,„,.    between     these three forms? birth ol males,   in  th
What  lute rules the destiny    ol    the vlronment
.ells,  determining  whether a glv- ll'"'  '" :l
,„,,„„,.„     th0     tWo,   That  It    takes tlflclally batched,  ll  Is » ry doubtful
,,,„,„. the nuantlty ol food ...   pro- if the external  gnm i  hn. un>   '»'
rWa t„„san„. nourishment  and vital tritlvc value In deter mining sex.
lty In cold weather than In hot. That      if we sum up the case.  It will    l.o
,„;„   nutriment   Is bul   another    form recognized  that ■  numbe,   ol   actors
„   intensive li ding. Tl phides   or co-operate In the determination      o
Mnn,,, lant-lot.se,  during  ibe sum sex; but thai  the most    rtant ot
,„,.,. „,,„„,„. produce generation alter these may  be ...ore and more    esol
...,„.,,„,„„ ol females. Tb- advent  ot ed Into plus and minus nutrition, op
ll w.
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Ti lephiann -flump N■< 21i
ual
the
iirtilieia!   I
,,i ;, greenhouse, equlva
perpetual Hummer warmth,
[they have been proven to proddce on
,**, ovum «ill turn mil tho     possible |     .      ... , . ,„ .„--■»»
iv i.imiii*. tm* inin   years m t-ncces
mother  of u new  generation  or  re - O   ''"lu
,     ,    , i ,   'uirn    v t.ii Mi'i.ii i   made *i Bonee
iiKiin at the   ower level ot a non-ter-1■!«"•• ,_.«!..
,,, , caretu   observations on n species
tlle worker'/   It secme certain     that curaui ■»-,._.„.      in this
u ikii    \ *ina n*^ \ ,'ntr rnsiis.      in  vuis
Lhc late mainly   lea In tbe iiuantity »osp, .vm*"
'   ,     , ,,      , « ,..,, tin' tcrtllied ova, unlike    tnose
and iin.ilitv o   the fi'u'l.   Royal .i.ae   "■'■. •
1 , i„t live i m.'s  develop mii
au.l pl ut v i.   ii dovelops the repro-01 '"'
ductlot. organs ol future queonB;
I* iiir Hnd plainer loud retards th*-
utsua lty ol Un future wurkers, in
wliicb reproductive organs do not do-
> lop, Up in a oertulu point the
inirsi bees can determine the tuturc
destiny  ot  theli   charge  bj   changing
llu-   diet,     11   a   larva,    nil   tin*   vaav    tn
ome a  w.irkia   receive b)    chance
lit   Sana* irnnitis trom the royal iup
ri ituity,     the  repi od n t .-a*   [unci
may develop, and what are called ter
t   ■ workei a result; or, ti\      reel
ti   t nm a wol kei  grub may  be r. an-1
Into a iiueeu  ins-,   it  ih not  n •
aury I.. i-.n lurther  Into details than
to sav   tbat      Within tin*    nir-t  eight
ol larval life, thc addition
determine thc sti
si uctureal and  [unci loniil
■i workei ai
Uutti 'i •■-     and     Motl
'I • at  has demonstrated I bai
- are shut  up and st .
males    and
[emales,   Krom spring onwards,     aa
warmth Increased, Von Siebold noted
the percentage! ol males and [emales
Thc results "! a series uf     observe *
may Ire condensed as tollowBi
iim.* i.'.iii   11 per cent ■ females,
July Ist. 511 per ceni [emales,
July 15tli, .'ri pel i-i-nt [emales,
August 15th,  ua per cent temales.
Hind ot -l 0 pet cent [emales
Sept, lOtt per cent (emales.
Kv ry poultry  breedi '■ ths
fact th o v.- i ia. *.   ind March hal
i k
\| ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
June and     Julj
•
,. o,t,.,„,.   either ■■•
■     Ml I    n
•    '
ter t
tui
■
•    ta
orating upon parents, bcj     elements,
embryo and larva.-.
That temperature plays n  promln
nil  part, resulting In ii  higher    percentage ui females as thc beat      In
(•teas.s is Belt evident.
'I'll.it   intensive  Imi*.line,   through the
ol heat nutriment supplied up to tho
of'end of the sixth day vvill largely determine the sex nl the Inline chick Is
my firm conviction. An Incubator
may be safely run at 106 degrees and
possibly higher, lm this period, and
the resultant batch will predominate
u temales.
Corporation of the City
of Revelstoke
Neat, comfortable furnished house
to ii mi Fourth str.'.'t. Apply to
il. N. Coursier,
WHISKY HOLDS ITS VICTIMS
PUBLIC  NuTlCK.
i'ulilie Notice la hereby given that
,i la absolutely necessary tbat ilis
orders ot a suspicious nature be reported to Dr. McLean, Oity Medical
Health Officer an- other physicians,
as Boon as known. Failure to ilo this
la a punishable ofleuce.
By Oral r,
B. A. LAWSON,
City  t'lerk
Our Doctors Anii-Scptfc Shoe is Proving a Winner
This last is lillirp a lorp felt want ami ils waterproof qualities are standing the lest.
We cany a full line of lhc famous I'ene-
tang Shut' pack anil all kinds of rubber footwear,
Once a customer always a customer. Satisfaction guaranteed.
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
Gbot unci £.lioo Ropaircre, Saddlers Harness Makers
r
iit Februarj  and March batch-1 	
cks run ., pei cent mai    u,,:i1 Released by Wonderful Sa.
. ,     mam Prescription
r seta us lntlammatlan and Ir.
.-• imach and weakens
rvof.     Th« Heady or periodical
i-l* i-a-i   irinlipr    i> oiten    Corced    lo
.*, even amuiu. 1'     till by hia unnatural ,  tysl       eondltlon.
.-iimaria r'r«icrlptlon Hopi thf crav-
•adltl iho nerves. bulKIa ap the
ral   health   and   makes  drink  BC-
dis.aitetul   and   nauaenua.       It
i>:eleaa  and  odortsSS, and   can   t>e
given  with or  witl oat the knowltdke
WANTED
WANTBD—Girl tor General House
Work. Must he Kinial plain cook.—
Apply  Mrs. Bine, Sixth street.
entering the chrysalis   I 5!nd?' ■ Canadla   home, have
""• l.c:.  !»*..:  from mliery -<nd  ,lii»raee
by   aone   devotad       .>.     mother
: ng butterflies oi   mothi
while
*
I).   Mammals    Win
■■
;    ring thi
i are i
It ■
.
Bock
■    *
• iers    were ; . •
portioi   ■■■ * a
.a. •*    rss| • ■
i ■   cent
lenus  Homo.—Ii
■
Win..
■ the mi
- * aitrr.' tba
• • .  mothei
o
■
■
■
-
WANTED—Situation in lumber ollice
as stenographer mnl Invoice clerk;
thoroughly experienced; all refer -
ence. Apply, Bo.\ '.U4, Mail-Herald
uil.ee,  Kevclbtoke.
* .. irougb th'.i wonderful ran-
-':••       The money formerly
ii    reatored    happl-
r eas,   horns  enrnf*,rta,  education    and
-    set to   the    tamlllse formerly    in
■ -,
wln», one of the nu-
Itsd   teatlmonlala     re-
e.ved
-  •-   r*»pay   y*,j   for      your
ll roMre   than   Ufa
.•r.and   haa   bean  offtred
• -   - -a.   but   would      not
•*      ll  had no charm for
m      iaj    tod'a choirn   oleaalnga
Ml act)   ynur..   are    my
•  •   •   ■        Ho   one   fcnowe     tt    but
-   ■   e   -a»e  toed It.    Aa aoon  aa  1
a : .   aa.   otr.era     that     '      kn'W
-•       - r . • aijiMni ta atop tnalr naia-
I drioa     1    will   giTe  them
rt,a>r  t.tdreaa
■*-•   K , Dawimoa,  Alia '
INaaas   wtthfceW   at   request.)
'   t-*u    know   of   any   family
MSdlaa        •   -amety   tell  them about
'.'.   ite   have any  friend   er rela-
•    ■ ..   formed   or   la   forming
Irlnt   na'iiL   help  him   u  releaa*
hlOlSsU 'rim  lla awful elntohee      9a-
•n»r a   M-eaartpi;  n   la  aaad   br  Phrel-
• . a   '  Hoaplta a i
<   rMFJC TRIAL PACKAGE of Sa-
• •   •' eeorlptlon.  wltj>  kaoklet   glv-
| '       . •-'leMlara. lastlmanlala. prte«.
• ■       •      tt  east   abeei-jtelr   fraa  and
plain aaaled package ta
■ me »a»'ng fer It and mentioning
I •  ^eper       Carretpaadeaoe aaeredly
WANTBD—Offers lor new laid ci!gs,
and tut chickens. Apply, Vickcrs,
Salmon Arm.
WANTED—A girl or woman    to   do
general  house   work.—Apply  ut  the
Mall-Herald oiiice.
Smoker's Supplies
Tin* i'i'l reliable nuv lms llic Inrjjcsl snd I est line of Smokers'
Supplies ever in Uu I ity, olid our prices nre right, l'iliy brands
of cigars to choose from, Price f.tm $1.10 per box up; not made
lr-.ni scrap either.
Meerschaum  Pipes from $3.00 to $10.00
Calabash Pipes from $3.50 Up
Om    iiuk   of  Calabash   Pipes is  small  on  account  of  llic
crop being H failure Ibis year ami qualit)  poor.
lui.n  Pipes in eases Irinn $1.00 Up.
Ask (or the famous 11. B. B. brand. Ever} iiipi- is guar<m-
u-e.l.
Cigar nnd Cigureliv lloltlcts, Cases ami Lij:IiIitb. I'ouehes,
Ash'iravs in il Pipe Kncks. Tell ua what you want nnd «a- will
suii vnu. II you cannot call, phone 37 and n,HM'*s will bc tent lo
your home Ibr approval.    1 hj early «bile stock isccmplcte.
McKinnon's Cigar Store
*
••duct
Merrj
■
■
•i . .
■   ■
London
,rt*.   mil---    I    :■'!■   ■•" 	
I      •   '     "''   ''      ' ""!"'       ,.|  ,u,     In   Arnelica,   where   the   com
';'"   '"'   :""'  I    !^af»«
Jill"
be conntei i
* I ila* tei
2. Thf     l't. c ss   ol    fertilisation
PI s iv "I i'uti. *>trm. vale, uaertlifd
the ileterm.tiat,in ol iei t" 'h«- num
tier ni -aperms entering the ovum, the
more  sperms  the gTMtel   titalinry |.o
male oflspring, Is coirtradleted by the
well (,-tuiwi, fail tlml m (he ease ol
Irones lla* males arise frnm  unf-ertll
■ i*      ua   icathei   (mm  Un it   stiiK.tn
'.,i t I,     -.-i ti  mi l
latlvi
whelming   a IU     his   i* the   ovum
Ihivih   rn   '*m'ii)"        it.i'.caJly  I
Ism?  'rn.a'   ii eh  leading snd snpru
ii'iti.tioi.   pTOducil     a  sxrev   ol    lr
mjilrs.
I'losrly  allied  aiitli  nilt.it,«.n  I
determination   i      ti CO* Into ■
■va.
•I. The Tim> ,( Kr-,,l,,n,,,,n Tln-v   -    ^^^    Kvrry   ,„„,„„.,.,   „,f
,„,   D»tan bai la.'t'Mi ti"' i'""'    rtUlim
.. i . : Doting carrlei <>
w  weight    '        ■■ * rl">
FOR BALE—About 160 tons ol baled
green iced, also a quantity i i 'i'mi
othy hay.   For prices write,  N.K.
Sparks, MilniTtun, Alta.       at. .1.10
VLE   lii'iu Gramphone, cheap,
.uul  two dozen     records.- A.  Fyle.
ii i dd    	
Full BAliH Vo in . ai.ii ; deliver)
team Pot particulars write A.
Hagggtrom, Malakwa, P, 0
POR     ui.k   I'liiiuuai   Machinery,
0 i.,.-in Generators tn tirst
■   * irking order, complete with
•• ■      iell *   etc, Will bi
i   '.,.-. im i      \ snap (or
■ milli   ie    contemplat
[hi plant
iflei   refused      1 till
■
i cal
.   nl Revelstoke,
i. i   . Jan 27th, 1912.
ASK THE DRIVER
Everybody km «■» bim, be will
uli you thai the whiskeys wears
sailing are the iiest. Call and be
lonvtuced. No household sbonld
la- uiilioiit a supply ol < .ur Har-
icy's Spcclsl Scctch lKhiskey; our
Irnpin liqueur Brandy, i naianleail
:.n Mais old  or Blnclaboiry BrondyJ
im Medicinal purpose* * Our stock
of choice AVinis nml Liquors of all
1 iml- aie unexcelled.    Hold by nil
the li,ulii •• Iml els, or I.li plume
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Importers nrd Dealers in Pure Wines, liquors, Cigars nnd Clgarettos
I LE   Model i    ilne-n **m bouse
oprovements and 50 loot   i"t.
i      treol     three
(rom    Mi thodl I    church,
( '..ISKI  easll      i        i a Apply
■ *'t      II     	
sol-1) BY HOHSON A CO.   REVELSTOKE
NOTIOB.
I * . .  *
■ ,,: Wist Kootenn)
,„,ti.u     tbat     I,     Main    1
Landry md, n    0., occupa
log, Intends t" apply t". i"'i
mission to pui'has'' ths lollowing d|
I.alula
Uommsm Ing    at    a   p'.st planted
ahout io chains    wssl ol lbs riouth-
i,i ,,t i,,,t -i!-, himiic* north
in    * I,alas,      thenee    fftat   10  ihanis.
iii, in chains,    thii
r:u r Iiiinii  to  point ol rummi'iirement
IM acres mure or le«a.
ii ited December, 9th. 1911.
HAIlllY   I    I.AI'I.ltY.
1st lu.  .Iuu ti     Per 1».  Fisher.  Agent.
PALACE
LIVERY, FEED, SALE STABLE
Our Livery is equipped wiih lhe hest horses and
i 'nm-  We Mis" deliver express and baggage to any
|i;ijt of llic city    Heavy and liuht teaminga specialty
COAL AND WOOD FOR SALE
F. McCarty, Proprietor
l'lii.ne '2.1)1
*\
Fresh Groceries, Vegetables and Fruit j
Order now your winter's supply
Best on the Market
D. GALLICANO, 2nd Street. Near Railroad Track
I B VTUUDAY,  FED.  mill,  IB12,
T'lHE   UULA-IX, HEBALD,   REVELSTOKE
BATDRDAY,  FEB.  mth,  1012.
WATCH THE WINDOWS
FORj BARGAINS FORj
BALANCE OF MONTH
OF FEBRUARY
TAKE ELEVATOR TO
DRY GOODS. TOY AND
FANCY GOODS DEPT.
See the New Cash Carrier
DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT
February, and almost Spring,    New goods are beginning to show, and we never had a finer assortment or more comprehensive showing than now
New Hair Barretts
and Baudeaus
in tortoise Bhall, etc. A nice,
bright collection of Bpring 1912
Ideas in Hair Ornaments
25c to $2.50
Special Sale of White
Muslin and Cambric
Embroidery
A clean up of a lot of lines at
IOc per yard
Misses Skirts
length   30  to 36,  in  navy   blue
cloths, serges, tweeds, etc
at $2.40
Ladies Warm Underwear
in natural  colors, all sizes, vests
and drawers.   Special at
35c or 3 pieces for $1
Groceries and Crockery Department
Heintzs India Relish
You will liiul tlm relish one of the besl
on the market. It i-- prepared from only the
finest ingredients and in every stage of manufacture due care is taken ui ensure its perfect
purity. It has a pleasing flavor, and when
once vou try it you will use no other.
Pickles and Pickles
Sec our display of Pickles in the front of
our Grocer) Department. We cany only ilie
best grades and can always give you a good,
reliable brand. Crosse & Blackwell's in half-
pints, pints and quarts; Stephen's, Rowat's,
Heinr's, Gillard's, Swan and  Victoria Cross.
Boss Hand Cleaner
Boss, the famous hand-cleaner, dirt de-
stroyer and skin preserver, vvill be on sale on
Monday and Tuesday, Feb. ,sth and (>th at
such a low price tha, everyone will want lo be
the lirst u> make a purchase.    Just think of it,
3 cans for only 25 cents
Be  sure   vou   get in on ibis bargain.    TWO
DAYS ONLY.
5(0 yards of Cheffon
and Colored Nets
going on sale Thursday at a price
that ought to hustle them out at
25c per yard
Lovely   New English
Flannelette
Pure white, soft, lofty finish at
20c per yard
Mens Furnishings, Boots and Shoes
FELT SLIPPER BARGAINS
We are putting on the BARGAIN TABLE all the remainder of our
lines of women's and children's Felt Slippers. They must be cleared out at once
and we consider the prices will do it in short order. Don't wait until your size is
all sold out.    Come at once.
Fish
Olives
Never before in our business career have
we shown such an assortment ol' Olives as at
the present time. We have ihem all, from the
green stage to the ripe. Olives stuffed with
Nuts, Olives stuffed with Tomatoes, Olives
bluffed with Peppers, Olives in oil, plain Olives in all size bottles, ranging in price from
35 cents to $1.25 per bottle
Fussell's Cream
Have you tried any of Fussell's Cream
(the whipping cream).-' This lime ol year
when fresh milk is hard to get, Fussell's
Cream vvill lill the bill. A pure, rich, thick,
eating cream, suitable for any dish you care to
make, pui up in key-opening, sterilised cans.
The Lenten Season will be here before
very long and wc are looking ahead a little
ainl stocking up with the best varieties of Fish
lhat could Ik- procured, Wc will offer none
bm the kind that HAS satisfied and WILL
satisfy. Our stock is first class, choice and
wholesome and compri.se Finnan I laddie,
Kippers, Salmon Bellies, Mackerel, Labrador
Fat Herring and Dry Codfish.
Canned Vegetables
This is ilu* season of llie year for Canned
Vegetables, If you eat more vegetables you
will feel lbe belter for il. Our Canned Peas,
Corn, Beans, Tomatoes and Pumpkins are ihe
best biand on the market. Green goods and
dry vegetables are scarce ami high in price,
while lhe canned goods arc just as good and
very much cheaper.
See our display of French Peas,
oMushrooms and c^sparagras in glass
bottles. Beets. c_/4sparagras and Succotash in cans.
Ladies  Slippers
LADIES' JULIETTES in various colors
and shades of velvet, and felt. Every pair
sewn, no tacks or rough seams. Perfectly
flexible and easy on lhc foot. Regular $1.75
values, and
LADIES' BEDROOM SLIPPERS in Jaeger
wool and plaid felts, regular $1.50 values
zAny Pair 95 cents
Children's and Misses Slippers
A missed line of ankle strap felts that we are
noi going to carry over. You will never be
able to beat them for value.
Price 25 cents a pair
Misses Felt Slippers
both in Jaeger pure wool and fancy Juliettes.
Nobby little shoes that are comfortable and
dressy for house wear,
Price 75 cents a pair
Children's Slippers
in p'aid lelt, either with ankle strap or without
You cannot duplicate them lor double the
money
Price 35 cents a pair
BARGAINS IH MEN'S HATS
tA real genuine Snap, just the one you may" be looking for. At any rate you can't afford
to pass it up. All our odd lines of men's Soft Felt Hats of the present season are on the
table at a price that ought to move them off.
This price will convince you—$1.50 Each
HOUSE FURNISHING DEPARTMENT
MATS AND SQUARES
A few lines thut will interest the housekeeper
who is prepairing for early spring house cleaning.
These lines are extra special in value and will not
last long at the prices.
Japanese  Mats Rjeal Bargains, 4x7, $1.75
4x12 at $3.00 each
Union Squares A11 sizes-Hl1 col(,rs
and combinatious
You  can't   get  away from the values we are
offering in these.    Call  and  sec them;  the  prices
are away below actual cost.
NEW LINES OF WALL PAPERS
i
Our new lines of Wall Papers have just
been put in stock and we can assure the public that never has such a complete line of artistic papers been shown in the city. Rich
and artistic but at prices that will surprise
you by~ their cheapness. Now is the time to
see them while the lines are all unbroken.
SCOTCH LINOLEUMS
We import direct from the manufacturer in
the Old Country and can supply you with the
best article for the least money. Our patterns are
all new and bright. Just compare these prices
with any you may have
A   QUALITY -Inlaid, the best  that is on the
market, at $1.40 per square yard.
TD  QUALITY—In a wide range of patterns
at $1.20 per square yard
/""* QUALITY--In attractive new patterns
at 90 cents per square yard
C. B. HUME & CO., Ltd. SATURDAY,  FEB,   10th,   11)12
T'lHIIE   IVC^IL-IHIIEIR.^LID,   REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,   FEB.  10th,   1918.
These are the first advance Costumes to hand.
Made of the best heavy Navy Blue Serges and
are  Plain, Tailored Styles.     Considering   the
quality of Serge, they  are the  best value  we
have ever offered.
New Goods coming to hand daily.
REID & YOUNG
THE CITY IN BRIEF
 it Vaucouvel pro-
Mrs |), nrr i* confined tu her
,,,.:  Kith   i eeti n    itt ick ol bron
'■-
Mi    v    i 'orison   the     well    known ■
. mai * i Mni-.lv  ill  t.'ii.iy  with
*
i'. i*. \-k : leavce toi i lalgary on j
l   , -. i     next    to  Bit   (oi   his  I'.L.S,
Tlh* Drill Hall * 11 he the Bcene ol
the St. v alcntIne a Italic* on Feb,
Hth i.t cl
Mrs. D. W. Foote will occupy the
r stdei * ■ of Mr. K. M. Gibson >>n
Sixth itreet.
H. H. Cole, "I tbe *i B, Walson
Realty Co., le t.ih.tm a well earned
> .it Halcyon hot springs.
Mr, and Mrs. vv. ,\. Foote, who]
have been spending Uie past two
months :. Bermuda, returned bomi
Thursday evening.
There are only 773,746 words lu the
Bible, uut it i*- doubtful il many Bun
day school scholars remember more
than half of them.
lights will gleam
upon a scent ol revelry     unsurpassed
city, next vv.-,i
. .-.  at thi   Drill Hall.
Excellent     music,     splendid    lloor,
*'.'!-      t> mptlng     ri-
■  tl        St       Valentine's
.  i ith.
-•..   I    Mr. A. u, Trelieck
' be C.  I'.U.
.,   vie«   t.' *     -   :*,.   profits
conceti
regret ti    nn mnce tbat     Mm.
-■ :   OUSl)      ill
ul   ne are glad      to
somi     ettei    to
11.*-. ■ itai nm:
*  Washing!
.   . .....
too He -       *   iii-al
...
T |K ,.,..*.
-■   • •        •    I'    •-■-.>• on
iff t       •• ■.-
the Nal        Prntl Orow
•gi ,,--.*
■      ■      mwi
at Ottawa
Hall
next.   I ,•••*.
•■ ■ tl.      I
t«d
i . ■   i   i.       .
I   ■ ..rt
neu .
ts
HONEV  -honev:
Pure White Hover ItuiK'j in 5 11*. Cans.   This is  souielliliiK  vou
m,I1 iimi awfully ni" Ht this season ofthe year.
HOME-MADE JAM    In pintsantl t|Uait9, glass jtirs.     I Irs   is
absolutely pure ami well put up,
SYRUPS    l'ml- Maple Syrup in holtlcsor cans, which vve guarantee tn be ili • besl
A. HOBSON,
MacKenzie Avenue
SPRING iS APPROACHING
How about last ycoi ** resolution Ui reganl to building? I>" vou
intend t<> build thnt home or noi ' If so, don'l wail until all our
most desirable lots are none, hut yet bus) and secure oue before
prices advances.
KOOTENAY  AGENCIES  LIMITED
The city treasurer ol Ottawa     re-|
ports hu Increase In tloi: taxes and a
railing u'i  ,n cigarette licenses. There
la .-ni economic problem concealed here
somewhere.
VV.   .1.   WagKtllll  ,*!   Sakliap,   wbo  h:lH
taking *i holiday in the Colum-
t ,.i valley foi tbe it.ist three months,
■ : urne I  to Nakusp on this     mi
south  bound train.
Mr.   s    Kawcetl genei                igent
nl vi.-sti in lines ■•; ti:** C.I'.U.,
m .-   Paw-eel    were in the    itj      tins
■   I ng   Mi Paw • •: ■
tins. .1. K   Watson
v  very  Interesting ,in>l
,'ti Dii-k* n*.  » i     •
•   hj   Miss  Mai Ki d        '*'
\     to a lal gi    uul deligbte I
,t    the     Prcabyteriaii     Wcsti
■ iiitld.   The papei   ■ ■ • •  ■
i ling  ol    ■ xcerpte ...
-   hy  Mi    Stevi • Miss
t, twan,  Mi -   vv.it,.m |      *    M
v
It.   i. it i>l tbi
i'l; t
.1     Sri,*,!**
Nat
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Idoi       pes X
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H^^H^^^B At  tho station.
REVELSTOKE PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY
CONCERT
ORERA HOUSE, FEB. 20
PROGRAM ME i
PART I
i  Pianokortk Solo Mi**l> Frances Lawson
s Pari Sum, "Song of the Vikings" The Choii
3 Duet "The Pilot"... .Mrs. VV, Bews, Mr, K. Lawrence
4 Pari Sum, "The Parting Kiss" The Choii
nal "Toure the Queen in the  i
5 Songs  Kingdom of my Heart"  . Mr. R, Lawrence
I (b) "Say au Revoir" '
(, Trio " Gip-y Laughing Trio"	
Mrs. Squarebriggs, Mrs. Dent, Mr. Allum
- Pak i SoNti    " lhe Sea hath its Pearls" Thc Ch< ir
PART II
i  Pianokortk Diict. .. .Miss F. Lawson, Mr. J, !•'.. Watson,M. IV
((a) "The dear little Sham-]
2. [ft'isii airs'. ..-        rock" [Mrs. W. S, Cameron
libi "Come back the Erin"I
. r
t Quartette "Come where the Lillie's Bloom''	
Mrs. Bews, Mrs. Dent, Mis. R. Lawrence, Mr. Allum
, Song   "The Beautiful Land of Nod". .Mrs. Squarebriggs
S Old ENGLISH AlR.."The Loss of Richmond Hill"..The Choir
(l i)i*|.-x "The Cousins" ,. Mrs. Bews, Mrs. Robinson
7 OvARir.m- "Killarney"	
Mrs. Bews, Mrs. Dent, Mr. R, Lawrence, Mr. Allum
s Chorus (from Faust) "Glory and Love to tlie Men of Old"
The Choir
CoNiit't ior    Ml'- .1- I'-- Waston, Mus, Bae.
Pi vnisi    Miss Wrigley.
Admission 50c. — Scats reservod at McDonald's 25c. extra
Poultry
The Revelstoke poultry fanciers
thnt, sent their lilrdB down to Van
couvor nml won sii many prlzeB, arc
In receipt of handsome ribbons Instead
of tlu' prize cards thai are ns.'il at
must mIhiws and are a great credit
to tlir B. C. Poultry Association as
winners have something to keep to
remember the lirst annual Provincial
show held at Vancouver January the
15 to 19, 1912.
Child ions
vol
.le. each nt
. cloth, leuthcr,
McLennan's,
vol-
Great Mine Disaster
I'HKSHYTKIUAN   CHURCH.
Rev.    .1.  vv.  Stevenson,     ministei
Hoi i 'ms mi  Cuirdaj  al   11  a.m.    and
: ii' p.m.   Sunday   s* hool  al   - 30  p.
in.   Westminster timid on  Wednesday
.it   -  i' in    In i with      the
Sunday  school,   there  are  two  adult
i'     ;■    ** m--m j,   mt**:   .111,1
llll
■ •.
lay  morning the suli-
nd in t 1
[■ H  m
■
I
I.*-rl
Law •
Mlially    in-
*   ■
■'    Ri  H
• ..-. g«i
*• *
tthe
■'
* inv
Bui
"
'
■mh  .if    the
At tho Star theatre Saturday (to
day) without a doubt, one "( tli.
most wonderful pictures ever seen In Miller
Revelstoke- The big explosion occurs
ns the men nre working In the mine
the greal rush of wuter cuts uH the
poor men ns tlu*,*,  scramble for lite.
Th**   husbands   and   wives   nre   at    the
pll mtiiitli looking tor their children,
ns thej come out, the women, grief
stricken, rushing tho managers for
news ol their relations.
This picture will i,e shown at thc
St.ii theatre tonight, lt will be a
long  time  before anothei   picture    of
kind will  be shown  in tins city.
n .in.iL-Miii' nt  o! th.   Btar     have
and  .i 1 wuv-  will   have  pictures    that
ol   he equalled In this city. Tins
picture   (three  reels)   hns  never  been
on n machine     before, and you    will
m.-- ;, great feature .'. you don't nee
ne always the same.
Excellent music by McMahon's Or
ehestra at the St. Valentine's Dance
Drill Hull, Feb.   Uth.
llowson & Co.'s clerks are always
pleased to show you their stock of
house furnishings whether you choose
to huy or not.
Big reduction In men's ruhliers, Including Bnag proof, laee.l or buckle,
and also overshoes, at Mclntyre's.
FOR SALE—A Remington Typewriter, No. 8, in good running order.—
Price $50.00, P. Burns & Co., Ltd.,
Kevelstoke,   B.   0.
MUSIC—Miss Johnson, pupil of A.
F.R.A.M., London, is prepared to tnke a limited numlier of pupils for tuition in intisie. Kor terms
npply at the residence of J. K.
Johnson, lirst house west of the hospital.   First  street.
THAT5 MADC
We are proud of our Store because it is a successful
Hardware Store.
You do not " fork over all your money to us for
poor goods,{_but pay us only a reasonable price for the
besthard ware^made.''
When you want Hardware, remember we've
got it.
Come and look !    We like lookers I
Revelstoke Hardware Co., Ltd.
Howson Block
'I'he kill on the corner says the Star
is  lull Up,    lie  knows.
I'very child's ticket is cutlllod to
a chance on the ib at tho Edison,
Wash dresses at  hair price ai  Mc
Lonuan's,
\ good chance to see tho dlflcnml
ways ,il kissing al the lUdUon to
night.
Look mil lor Halites Inferno at the
star noil week, tho marvellous Jinn,
iuu, production.
vv., at, oi del Ing our stork of Banfl
ice now mnl nre taking Srders for
summer delivery.—Cummlngs Transfer Company.
Ureal Embroidery Sale -Insertions
and Edgings—three yards for 25c, ai
Mel.i'iinan's.
The Great Mine Disaster is tbe most
marvellous picture ever produced, al
the stai  tonight.
Something doing all  the time    al
the K.lison.   if   it   is  not  pictures  it is
good music,
What little hoy ol girl is going I"
win  the $5 gold  pieee  al   the  BJdlsoll?
Don't wail until July before ordering llie Han it Ice you require, Cummings Transfer Company,
Say. iliil you see the crowd at the
Slur thoatrc Wednesday ovoning.
They readied from C. B. Hume's to
the track.
A teature Indian story al tho EMI
son, see the hero rescue tho girl in
n daring way, a good story     from
stall  to nn    h
only u certain quantity of. Banfl ice
available, Customers ordering now
i.ui i.e assured of regular supply. —
Cutnmlng'a Transfer Company.
Ju-t what the Edison likes is good
strong opposition it makes us hustle
to please our patrons and cive tbeni
the hest the market affords, but   we
are there with the goods if you don't
think  su eome  an.l  see.    A   Word    to
the wise is sufficient.
skirt Bargains, Voils, Panamas,
Venetians, etc., navy ami black, youi
choice for $4.90 at  McLennan's.
BUSINESS LOCALS
i
tolls   i oursier.
for
t. i*.
If yi ■• ■ <      Round  ip"
clear
it Mi St.
Don't   fol Sail*
till "iie   Come In and
-
■
'
*    • Urill
*
more
BEWS-   DRUG  STORE
VALENTINES
$5 to $2 E.i li
New Stocks of Feeding Bottles
Nipples   and   Soothers  of
Every Description
REXALL LINES
r
I Mir
1
$| 25 Per lb. Package
REXALL
i *
I 'III *   *,   I I ,.;.
A VERX LARGE STOCK OF TRUSSES AND SUPPORTERS
bews THE REXALL STORE bews
BARGAINS!       BARGAINS!
In .ill kinds of Men'i and Bo a  Wearing
Apparel.
Drawing Gowns nnd Smoking  Jackets
for men a specialty.
Sliucs of iill kinds ,ind al all pi
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
FIRST STRLFT
THE BEST INVESTMENT
On The Market To-Day Is
Bridgetown Lots
AT
$150
EACH
TERMS : One Quarter Down. Balance, 8,12 and 18 Months
Over   200   Lots  Already   Sold.    Original
Prices Last But a Few Days
SEE   IS   AT   ONCE
J. B. WATSON REALTY COMPANY
E. G. FOLEY, Manager, MacKenzie Avenuo        /
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