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"Empire" Typewriter
For ease of operation'and
perfection in results it is
unsurpassed.    Price..'$00-1
Interior Publisnmg.Co., Ag's.
i. •
Visiting Cards
Jnterior PuDlishjng Company
Vol. 17—No. 30
$2.50 Per Year
Lawrence Hardware Co. Ltd
Plumbing and Tinsmithing
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Ottico   Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Authorized      - $10,000,000.00
Capital Subscribed            - 5,575,000.00
Capital Paid Up             -      - 5 330,000.00
Reserve        ...       - 5,5c>u,j 00.00
Branches or Agents at all principal points inJCanwla.
Aleuts in Great Britain and United States—London, England,
Lloyds Bank, Limited. Chicago—First National Bank, (Join Exchange National Bank. Seattle—Seattle National Bank, San Francisco-Wells Fargo Nevada Natioual Bank. Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of $1 and upward, received, and int-arest allowed at
current rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch   A. 8. McCleneghan, Mgr.
license Commissioners Have Very
Important Question to Deal
With and Make a Motion
Whether i,n hotel keeper can refuse
accommodation to a man who is law
abiding an i haa money t.i pay fur
his board mi.I lodging Is the Question
which the police commissioners bed
to *l icldo ai n meet Ing which lliey
held on Wednesday afternoon, They
decided thai he whs in duty bound
to do so .'iii*l any action to the contrary on In* part wouW jeopardize
his license.
Thi'  mattes  was  brought      to      the
attention a' the license commissioners by a letter from Grant Hall, Su-
perlntend-ent of motor power and
cars of the C.P.R. at Winnipeg, in
which he asked the license commissioners to look into a matter where
it was supposed a certain man bad
been Invited to leave an hotel iu the
city despite the fact he bad mon»y
in plenty to lay hi way. As a
matter of fact the action of two hotel proprietors were questioned, Hi
Kin; Edward and the  Union hotels,
The case arose as an aftermath of
the general strike of machinists and
mechanics en the O.P.R. a year or
so as.'o. The man in question whose
presence was apparently not wanted
in the city, was here during that
strike and apparently did not belong
to the union. His presence here was
really most obnoxious to the ma
chinlsts union and accordingly a letter was addressed to tbe holel pro
prietors asking them to refuse him
accommodation. The hotel pi'npn
eioi's explained to the commissioners
that they did not refuse him accommodate n nor did thev ask him to
leave their houses. All they ilid was
simpiy to show the communication to
their guests nnd mention t,, him that
it might save them a good deal of
unpleasantness if he should of his
own free will vacate ihe premises.
This action on the part of the hotel
keepers was reported to Grant Hall,
nnd hj in turn presented the matter
by communication to the chairman
of ilie license commissioners.
The result was that the commissioners decided that no hotel
keeper enn or may refuse accommo
dation to any guest who is able to
pay for it and behaves himself. The
following motion appearing on thfl
Imoks of the commissioners, h ropy
of which was s.nt to all hotel keepers  in   the city explains  itself.:—
"That a bottce be si nt to all llqtl
or license holders In the corporation
that they must on no account refuse any person board and lodging,
wh'ii  surh   person  lias   the   means    of
Paying lor Bame."
That the commissioners in-led wise
ly in the matter goes without saying
They build up and permanently enrich the soil. The greatly increased returns will prove ■ profitable investment
Any Bystem of agriculture which does nut preserve the lerliliti ol
the soil and Increase it when low, is not scientific nnd nol good business. II your lunil is rich keep It rich byusiug Bums' Complete Animal
Call or si-mi for mir pamphlet on Fertillwrs which describes how lo
use them.
P. Burns 8 Company. £td.
Children's Straw Hats
A Shipment just to hand
of Straw Hats. All sizes,
all shapes, all prices.
Mrs. A, G, Crickf 0> First Street
King's Birthday and Coronation
Oaysto Be Officially Observed
Ottawa, April 18.—June :>, tho
birthday ol Ins Majesty King George
and .lune :!.', Coronation day, will I"'
proclaimed as statutory or legal hoi
ldays  in  Canada.
Borne time ago In-s .Majesty instruc
ted through the Colonial office that
lie  would  prefer to have  his birthday
celebrated on the actual anniversary
of ins birth, instead of adhering to
the precedent set by the late sovereign
King Edward, whose birthday wa*
officially celebrated .n Victoria day.
instead ol on Novembei 9. Good
Friday, Easter Monday, Vlctorladay
ainl Dominion day are now .statutory
holidays, and wtth duo.. :i a.l.l* 1 ai e
fixed Holiday from now i.n and Cor-
* mil.on day made an extra holiday
.ii. the Dominion will be wel!
served With public holiday., during
the coming eleven weeks.
Garden Seeds
The freBh stock of (i.'inlcii Seeds we are offering
you Ib reliable, Unlets taken for timothy clover ana
other bulk Boutls.
John  McIntyric  & Son
Will Not Consider Changing the
Name ot Strathcona School
Pi. Robertson, ol Victoriai I till
alter the local school board to
rh ,n •. the name ol Strath • na
srii.oi    claiming that it  will   caiw
contusion in his department.     "I nm
, .;.*.!  to art  in nn arbitrary
manner," be writes, "but I     would
advise the change."
The ichool b'oard took bin com-
mimical .. n Into eon* Idoi atlon on
Wednesday nighl at their regular
bul it wm* quite apparent
trom ili' outset that there would be
nothing doing ns fnr ns changing the
name was concerned, and as a matter
ol fact tbey did nothing along   thttt
hue except simply   lo sil   pal
n,|ine   of   the   Bohool       ''Hiil11
Mr.  II.  Macdonald  wrote  Lomlorlm-
Ihk  resignation  as  teacher    in       the
school, savin.; that he did b  the
advice of four  physicians who    h ivo
recommended that he give up       Ins
worl   for a yeai' ul  leasl    'irn* i enlg
nation was accepted and for the hal
aiii'r  of  the  term   Ins poi Itli t!   Will  he
tilled   by  Mrs.  W.   A.   Sturdy.        The
hoar*I   Will  advertise fol   n  a *\v  teach
er, but  in the meantime Mr.      J, C.
Rob on,     principal of     Summerlan 1
school   lias  written   makini    applies
tion  l.u* tho  position.      III    applies
tion may be accepted.
A nice little donation was received
by the board In tbe form *.f a cheque
from the Provincial governmenl for
$12,094 being half of thi cost of the
bi hool In date. This i the Bocon I
contribution from thai source, the
lirst being a cheque for -::i,hi!ii re
ceived some time last year.
The lioanl decided that the grounds
surrounding Strathcona chool should
be made a thing of beauty, and consequently have secured the services
ol Hold. Smith to survey the plot,
Immediately after which tenders will
be called for fixing up the grounds,
eed a • one-half of it and fencing in
the whole thing.
f?eal [state Man ot Vancouver
Ventures an pinion
"This city looks coo.! to me and I
will   proi,al.ly  purchase  property  here
lefore  1  leave."     This is  the    slate
■ii.ni  of Mr.  .1.  Lyons ...   Vancouver,
ivho is visiting here for a  week with
Is   on Mr.  .1.  HI. Lyon   on his    return from the old Country, when* he
Ins  been spending some  time visiting
with  friends.      Mr.   Lyons is not    an
ol  time resident of Revelstoke, but
he remembers It  when it  was noth
ng more than a Imx car with tele
riil'li wires attached and    he     himself  was keeping a  stole  up at    Uig
Since those old Mules be lms   bean
ngaged  In  real  estate where  lie tins
lone well.     He explains thai  ll  took
Mm years to make a few thousand in
ordinary      businc&j     •..-.■ m    be  now
makes  the  same amount  in  as  many
months in  real estate.      Being  in  the
business as he Is, hie opinion       real    n? Revelstoke real estate carries
> .lh it some weight.
Post Mortem Examination Points
Clearly to Self-Administration
of Carbolic Acid
I Graham Pays Pine for Hanging
Around Private Houses
l . ilex Graham n loose idle an,I
iism.lei ly person ' Ho was around
the city on Urdu.*, day night with
two bits in his pocket, and called
al private houses asking for a meal.
IA OoUrsier's house was included in
hia Itinerary, and Mis. Coursier bo
ng alone and only ., woman, was
naturally very much agitated ovor
tbo appearance of Hns strange man,
who was drunk al that, sc, she called
for the police.
In polico eolil i Bralinm pleaded that
he thought   it. was a  boarding I se,
and wanted to Pay for his meal* Uut
I was proven that be liml been hang
ng around the hotels the past, two
lay; spending a whole two dollars,
■.huh he at one lime had. Tho
la ii ate argued Unit if he had
' wo  hits  left   out of Uie $2 nnd    had
spent tlie balance at the hotels
Itinklng, ho .should have been ablo
io get a meal there for the quarter,
and nol go around demanding meals
at   private   boUSOB   al   thai    unseemly
hour. Ti n dollars and costs or US
.I i \.- ordered the magistrate alter the
accused had pleaded r nil ty to being
A. Qoodwln and .1. Devine, the
latter a farm laborei just in from
the country, drew $2.60 and costs or
10 .lays foi being drunk and dlsord -
Dwenty-Vive and Gosts
Because he porslBted In swearing in
o.iiiit. instead of giving straight evl-
di ii io,  Q,  Koran on Thursday   after
i n   was   lined   $25  and  enstn,   or   ;!d
days in jail,
Mayor Hamilton warned tbo man
on his iii i appoaranee, but appat'-
onHy Koran war, i Iiiinii to understand and inst kept right ,,n with
ins sulphurous language, until the
Court eould stand It no longer.
"Here, that's OOUtompt of court an I
I will line yon $26 and cohIh or 80
days," Interjected the magistrate,
and Porta wMs marched oil murmuring to himself dwentj -/Ive and coats,
i ■ an appeared as chief witness ag
.on., a man named Whltosides, charging 'him with rolling liitn and robb-
ing hjm of ahout <50.
Found at Rear of a Shack
About Pour Miles South
of the City Yesterday
That the deceased, John
Bailie, came to liis death by
carbolic acid p'oisoning, self-
administered, and in our
minds we find the evidence
insufficient to indicate the
That the deal.!) of John Bailie
whose body was found yesterday
afternoon at the rear of an
empty shack four miles south of
thc city, was caused by self-administered carbolic acid is thej
decision arrived at by the coroner
this morning as the result of a
post mortem examination.
The body was nol In any way
bruised or broken on tbe exterior,
but the mouth and Btomach were
found   io  he literally  burned  by   the.
acl I  the poison, and  it is sup -
posed that, the young man despon
dent as the rosult of being unable to
serine work had taken the arid while
walking the track, thrown the bottle
nwny, an.l then walked to the rear
,,:' the shark whore he was found nnd
laid down to die.
The lirst person to run across tho
remains was a man by the name of
McPhersi n, who was doing some carpenter'work in that vicinity. Going
back of th,- shack In Beared of an
empty can In which to carry watei
he observed ihe body lying face down
ward witli the head resting on liis
left ni'iii. and thinking it but a drunk
who   had   lain   down   to  rest, went
away and communicated the Hnd to a
fellow workmen. The two returned
to the sp,.i ami were horrified to discover the corpse, which was both stilt
and  cold.
The news of Ihe find was reported
to the citj and Mr. li. Howson's wn-
::on was Bent out. to bring the remains in.     Krom the appearance   of
the   hody   il   was   evident   thill        I here
had hein no accident to occasion tbo
lentil   Hor    Wero      thorn any   outward
signs  of  foul   play.       l'i ev B   to   Ilis
Iont li tbo young man had bled a lit
lie at the mouth and nose, but not
aittieienl lo leave any traces of blood
ai iho ground where bo lay. Ho was
alined iii ordinary workman's cloth
ing, he earned no valuables with
him except Ins favorite razor and
when found laj in a position similar
to thai bo was accustomed to when
natural sleep.
The young man who roomed with
bis   Innl her   David   on   Second   Btreet,
east, lefl tho city al ahout IO o'clock
riini dny morning stating     thai  fie
n'.-nde l i ini no: some camp t.. tho
ninth, and his disappearance of
eoiu,se was not, noted lill that even
; when lie fail.d ii. return. In the
moi ning Ins Iii ol Ilor and cousin who
both reside In ihe city boenme am
ills   abolli   lhe   no.   hi     inan.   No  rille
as to Ins whereabouts Could he oh
taluod around  iho nly, conseq icntly
I he eon en lumped on the train tor
the  south     in   un   attempt,    to   locate
lum at Arrowhead.
Hi   aileinpt.s were unsuccessful ami
uol   uniii   Ins   return   to  lhe  eity last
* *"ii ng   ■*.!     I*     aware   o|   th ■ fat*.
that hai moi ins cons.ii. Tb.. deceas
i**l y.nin • man was hot. .nilije I to I
any  dlBOo 10  I 'ial.  might   lake  lum    oft
suddenly according to the statement!
of those who knew Iiim hest, nor wn *
ho in anv way I lie w'ni e of liquor
when leaving tho cli y.
Tlu*  young  man   innl   up  lo   last  fall
worked at ilie Bowman Lumber Oo '
ill as saw setter, and when the null
opened  up Ihis spring  he hnd   expo i
d io gn the loli iiiiek again, imt m
this lie wai dlsappo llinl, and it Pi
thought that iio uni tho fart of his
di ;n nu- oi late, together with somo
heavy financial obligations which
he io.md ii impossible to meel, find
so played on his mind that in a fil,
of   nnboarabh     dospondency he bad
. ommilli I  the lash  dead.
The unfortunate  v i * man  was n
unlive ,.f Belfast, trelntid, and had
hei ii in 111" cilv f.,1* some years.
Both he and his brother David nre
well known  Inn*.
a ooroner'n jury will i mpauelled
an.l ,,n iippiest held .,n tin* remain;
al iM o'clock tins nltem-jon.
\ i,ni.M.I * : Sherwin-Williams Paints just put inlo
stock. This includes everything in thc painting line for
outside oi * s: in. . Varnishes, Enamels, etc.
Good paint costs little if ai v more ih.ut poor paint.
Wc carry tht h ide, therefoi   bc sure that your
P.iim comes from our Store.
A full assortment of Alabastine, Furniture Polishes,
Paint Brushes, Step Ladder: and everythingnecersary for
I louse-cleaning lime.
Bourne Bros.
^Groceries,   Hardware, Stoves,  Plumbing
i—-   ■ ■      ■ — 1—• —    —    — |- -      - .  —  jt      m** ■ -Minii   i—i dflL»*
Swift's Bleed and Bon? Fertilizer
To increase yriir yield of Garden Pro-
b. Fruits, Etc.. Etc.
*. Ug?  llljllft-
Hevelstoke float Mil, Ltd.
I I ll.ll    Cl   \SS   M I. \ I     I'l   KM  ', OKs
Phone 251 P. O. Box  181
Housewife's favorite Brands
Robin Hood Flour
Jacob's Dublin Biscuits
Bell Blend Tea
Bell's No. I Java and Mocha Coffee
P. O.  Box  208
Phone No. 23
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Levels Already Taken in C. P. B.
Yards--Work Will Soon Begin
i ork ol takln t the li vele   lor
lh * ni, -.ii       i  '   *   O.P 1'..  Minis ',kh,.'
bave always imn considered tun low,
'. i. i, .nil n  in expected  ilim     within  ii lev days i> large
n, ■ ;i workmen will iw   put
in th.     actual riiistni; i-.i th* trecke
11.'   Hi.*   v.n
■***ii. •■mi.. Ii   *. ,i  take       enn-
iim.' w.ii however, i>c ruJj-
U.1  tUi'u,;*sh  I'lo^'iUiDg thc ultra men
iarc  available,  nn.l     when  romplatol
will   i.-.'.i    the  ynr.i     ,,   rn"*ll        better
■ ,i.*p. in i*nn*  ,*i ivlng  better
tie    I ol   Hi*   hit dling i.t tho im-
ii*.'i, ■■  iui,..iini   ul  work   done  ill    thlrt
'.   n
In the mo u'i ii mil inn (rom PieM
in Kniiii....; ■ thin' in.' now over four
• 1 im n employed nn track work
and II       expected that another larito
n :   shortly   lie bro'.iKhi   from
•   to put  the   work   through in
•'   heavj trafflo ol tbe fall.
Vi. i.ln.     April    I'J.--The  onioui'i.'
iy Is ■    brought  in n verdict ol raas-
:   iiu'iuii.**•(    <'ni'taln  Sears o*
li   - ■ iiuior Iroi|iiol», SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1911.
£bc fl&aiMbcvafo
jntcttot pubilBbtng Compang,
Zbc flfeaillberafo
With the advent oi spring, tbe soft
balmy weather and tbe budding ot
trees there has ..ome to tbe citizens
a feeling of confidence ami optimism
that tbis coming summer will be one
of the best in the history oi Revel -
stoke. Humors are rile ot a general
activity iu industrial circles. Tbere
are alieady 4*0*0 men at work iu the
mountain division of the. O.P.R. from
Field to Kamloops employed in track
work, and the probabilities are tbat
another small army will be imported
from ihe cast to rush tbe work entailed by tbe expenditure of u million
dollars in the section, while m u
few days a large gang will be put
io work in thc yards to raise thc
level of these and exten.l them further east. Thc preliminary survey ot
ihis work is already underway und
the rumor is current tbat there arc
still bigger things in project around
the c ty m connection with thc C.P.
li. Whether these will materialize or
not is a matter for speculation, of
course, but there is every reason to
believe tbat tbey will, aud that a
vast sum of money will bc turned
loose in this section as a result ol
tbis work. The big deal wbich for
some time has been pending, and in
which Mr. Chas. barnum is thc central figure, is now almost assured,
and this will mean the expenditure ol
a large amount iu the city, while
tbe 1'.'in..-ii.,n Sawmills & Lumber,
Ltd., will soon double their ollice
staff in their new building and pay
therefrom an enormous pay roll.
Real estate dealers report an unprecedented activity in their line and a
demand for lots and houses that it
is impossible to fill. Mr. Trimble,
the government agent for roads and
trails has commenced tbe work a'
spending the $75,000 donated by tbe
Provincial government tor that purpose, the court hoii-e tenders will
soon lie called for aud the contract
let,   while   preparations  are being
made for the erection of a large post
office. Un the top of all this activity it is assured lhat there will bc a
number ol private houses erected in
various parts of the city, consequently merchants and residents are somewhat jubilant over the prospects of
the coming summer. That this feeling of confidence is warranted is
borne out by the recital of facts
■juoted above. With a J75.000 post
office aud a flOO.OOO court bouse In
our midst we are sure getting to be
- me city, and everybody should com
nience to feel that we have outgrown
tillage conditions, and recognizing
this the Mail-Herald feels it an opportune time to put in a idea in its
own behalf.
In the past there has been no public opinion not associated with in-
lividuala, If a paper ventured to
cruize anything done municipally, it
was forthwith charged with haviug
some feeling against the person who
it or was responsible for it. If
;t ventured to recommend anything,
a lot of people, who never originated
anything in the.r lives nut trouble,
would explain tbe paper's activity by
charging it with a desire to serve
some interest peis-onal to tbe proprietors of the paper or some of their
friends. If the action of the city
council was criticized next moiuing a
whole lot of people would have call-
ed in oi telephoned up to say tbat it
is mighty pool encouragement for
anyone to devote his att.-ution to
the aiTairs of th- city if his breakfast is going to be spoiled by hav-
lag tbingi -H 1 about him. If the
Paper praises A, the friends of U at
once arr.ve at the conclusion that
this ll an .:.direct slap at B. If
y0u publish what the council doea oi
what it does not lo strenuous abjections are raised because ti." *-t..i>*
does not look a» Well in CoW print In
tbc morning a.-, earned to lm tbc
night      nefore.       IL Id   HOI   In-,
for in a BenM-viIlage a papei  cannot
be impeisonal. that is the public will
n.it dissassociati I be ;•*. . li »bi ..r.
supposed  to bi ■   li    what
the paper .-ays fn.rn wliHt h „.| ,
rates. It li nol ;■ • asant ti * me
down in tbe morning and meel with
blark looks because something >.,, *
printed in the paper that has offend
ed some one. Hut it has to be done.
Let us all come 'Lue to our offices
on Monday morning recognizing thai
Revelstake has lieci.mo g City, unit* I
and n*.t divided, nn 1 let us bercaftci
act like ntizens of a city,
For 30 Days Only
5-Roomed House
$1,250   CASH
with Bathroom Complete nnd
Furnace, centrally located on
First Street for
7n j   ll Centrally   Located   on   Fust
"IlOOnriGU   tlOllSG    '""''■   modern plumbing, for
sale for
$2,100   CASH
If you are looking for a house cull and we
may help you secure ono ol' these properties on
The Hevelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
cleared away to Uie rubbish heap
where it belongs? t'ertainly you do.
Then for the sake of the public health
if not for the appearance of things
get it cleared away. it might be
well for the eity council to instal a
few rubbish and paper receptacles on
our main street at least, so that we
can have one clean stri-at in the city.
A few dollars would bc sufficient for
that and then thc public could be
cducatcd up to depositing papers nn.l
such stuff therein. And by the wiiy
it would not bc a bad idea to keep
at lea-t one street, cleaner at work
keeping McKenzie avenue l.oking re- |
spectablc. Wc are getting to bo a
city and sooner or later will have to
adopt city methods. better start
in right Uow.
Commissioners and Enumerators
Will Be Well Paid
Ottawa, Ont., April 30.—Table ol
rates and allowances for census commissioners and enumerators are made
public, the rntcs varying according
to the district in which the work is
to bc done. In the census districts
where one commissioner is appointed
| a special allowance will be given to
each commissioner in addition to one
per cent, per name. In Alberta the
rate per day will varry from $2.60
in t'alu'ary to $6 in Victoria constituency; in Manitoba trom $1.75 in Winnipeg to $4.00 in Dauphin; and in
Saskatchewan from $2.50* in Saskatoon to $ti in llattlcford; and in
British Columbia from $1.23 in Victoria city to $11,011' in Ynle-Cnriboo. In
l'loveneber, Manitoba, two commis -
sioners will lie named who will receive a special allowance of
Thc town of Moyie, U. C, has decided thai a cleaning up day is a
good thing, aud practically every
person is unanimous for this good
thing, as is indicated by the following news item appealing in the Nelson News:—
"Tuesday April 25 has been sjt for
clean'ng up day in Moyie. The gov-
vernment teams will haul all rubbish
away free nnd it is the object of everyone to make Moyie a 'city beautiful."
Nelson city is also going in for a
eity beautiful and the city engineer
draws lhe attention of the public to
the matter as follows:—
" 'Attention should bc drawn,' said
t;. C. Mackay, city engineer, 'to the
fact that many people wh n .leaning
up their gardens nnd lots are throwing stones and refuse on to the' February 28, k»t for Fort McPherson
streets. This is a  practice that must
Police Patrol Dies in Arctic After
Long Journey
Regina, April 20—The R.N.W.M.
police patrol, which left Dawson City
In  charge of  Constable  Denistoun on
be stopped as it is in violation of the
city bylaw*-.' "
Is this » r-lfnn  city''    Vic  might    „s
well all be h"ii'  '  about  it and     ad
mit that at  least  just now it is not.
n^Wa    «    ta-~tlr    nn..    .1*..    .I..««    *l.«   «-j*|*|-
ui..    ...ii      ni    io-wi    J'INL   miv.    II   it]   in
Take a walk any day down  the pr
cipal streets of the city and    glat
tn tbe riL-ht or left along     tbe la
anl  Into tb- bark  yards and sec
piles "'. iiti.'i and     rubbish      1
around      ml      'hen  ask  yourself soi
question      and   answer   il      honestly
Don't yo'i  think   it Would b.'ik  !«•"-
if a1'   ■''•■   I ibWrt and stuff
Ottawa, April IS.—Smallpox has
broken out at the House of Commons.     Last Friday an official Bten
ograpber     wan   found   to   lie  suffering
from   the   malady.       A   messenger    is
His., in the hospital. Apprehension is
felt in the Parliament Building lest
a quarantine order be enforced. Vac
cination is considered compulsory
among the government officials and
the members staying at Ottawa.
Th'   Canadian railway c mmisslon
bas been asked to decided whether or
not a gramophi ne is a mustc^l in -
A bill provld n■_• foi Btricter I ,»"-
regarding aliens ha- been introduced
in the British house ol commons.
came across the bodies of Constable
Kinney and Taylor some thirty-five
miles out from Fort McPherson and
at a distance of twenty-live miles
trom the fort the bodies of Inspector
Fitzgerald  and  Constable  Carter.
All the bodies were taken to Fort
McPherson, whore they were buried.
The above official information was
received by Commissioner Perry at
R.N.W.M. police headquarters here by
telegraph trom Uaws.n City yesterday.
The despatch also reports that in
formatii u had just been received from
Fort McPherson that Sergeant Selig
has died at Herscbel Island. No details have Imi n received by the commissioner of this tragedy, which is
* •  in  the history     of
the  mounted poii The com
missioner v.-cct any furth-
i ird until H rep..rt by mail is re-
Winnipeg's    temporary    tui crcuiar
hospital   > ready I tlot
In buying baking powder
examine the label and take
only a brand shown to be
made with Cream ot Tartar
Baking Powder
A pare, wholesome, reliable Grape
Cream of Tartar Baking Powder.
Improves the flavor and adds
to the healthfulness of the food.
No Alum—No Lime Phosphate
Both  Reduce the   Healthfulness
of the Food.
" I am quite poaltlve that tbc une ot alam hairing
powder should be condemned."
~Pr»(. Vnihn, Unlttnity tit MitUtc*.
Road iho Labot and ramambar ihmi
"Alum, aodium alum, bailie alnmlnum anlphata,
nulphate ot aluminum, all mean the name thing —
namely. BURNT AUM."-Kttuu Sim, Buti .1 //«/<».
Port Mann
The New
C. n. n.
People of Revelstoke and district wishing to get in on the ground
floor in Port Mann Townsite may
have all particulars as to the only
piece of land close to the Railway
Wharves not owned by the Railway
Company. The owner of this will
be in Revelstoke next week-after
the 1st. of May -and will be glad to
give information to enquirers addressing him in care of this paper.
The property, of which there
are only 20 lots still unsold, is about
3O0 yards from the waterfront, and
is side by side with the lots belonging to the railway. The latter will
most likely bring the highest prices
when the Townsite is put on the
market in July or August next.
This is the one and only great
chance to buy inside business property around which"lots will be selling at probably $100 to $150 per
foot in a few months. It will take
$350 to $400 cash to handle.
Send your name and address to
care of this paper, and full particulars will be given you.
Care Mail-Herald Office, Revelstoke, B. C.
K lMl«OOI        '.TKri ttO.000
Km,i '"       Tii-    folio*
in*  I,*. mii 1*1  ft "*■ lal  h *
190,000 lor cif-an
,,,n of watei • irks; 110,000 Ioi      n
. i,     r,    • lytttm;    120,000
Ioi i. itomoh     Art apparatus and nn
appropriation   to   i.ny n second   lol
lor Inrue addition to MM 'I"11 '",M
Another  bylaW Will  bo nulitnlt«..l    Iii
„   ii.,ii iim.* fm uiitniiinK standard
electric elu bet    tract lanpi the full
length ,,f     three ..(   the   prtnoipsl
The Spanish   beatMf :'im Fernando
'■null  i.lf ll ii it nl Spain    nnd     n
core j'ci lulled.
.i .. li in i. i.v given Unit, all
bach vnidn nnd InneH mu»t he cleaned
up according to the provleloni ol the
llyln* wnhlri thirty dafl from the
date iK'Inw. After the limitation of
thai 'line It, will be duty to proMtd
iiimtnnriiy lo ronvi. t those persons
upon wIiohc premlnen niilHnnrra eilat.
KiihI mrfideation nl thin puldiflhcd
iImh Klh day of April, lllll.
l.'ult SALB—Some uiiefiil plccos ol
Km nit ure, I'niik Htovr, heater. Apply 11. Thorpe, Cuunaugbt avenue.
Property owners in the City
are hereby notified that all
houses must be connected with
the sewer within 60 days from
By order,
B. A. Lawson,
Ap. 12-10t. City Clerk.
Take notice that the store known
as Wing Wo, Kwong Kec, opposite
Y.M.OiA., First street, east, bas
been taken over by Miko fat and
Chung Lock, and nil claims due to
undersigned must bc presented for
payment within 30* dayB from date of
tbis issue.
Dated April 8th, 1911.
Take notice that "Campbell Shingle
Company Limited" intend after the
expiration of one month from the
tirst publication of this notice to apply to the Registrar of Joint Stock
Companies to change tbe Company's
name to Atlas Lumber Company,
Dated at Revelstoke, D. C, this
7th day of April, 1911.
Harvey, MeCarter & Pinkham,
Solicitors for tbe     Shingle
Company, Limited.
Re   Estate of   George    Nichols,  Jr.
Notice is hereby given tbat all persons having any  claims  or demands
against  tbc above deceased,    George
Nichols,   Jr.,  late of Revelstoke,    B.
C,  railway employee,  who died near
Rogers Pass, D. C, on or about tbc
4th day of March, 1910, are required
to send particulars thereof duly veri-
Bed to the undersigned on or before
the First day of May 1911, and that
after said date I will proceed to distribute thc said Estate amongst those
entitled thereto regard     being     bad
only  to those     claims of wbich      I
shall then bave received notice.
Solicitor,  Revelstoke,  B.  C,  Administrator with Will anneied of
Estate of said George Nichols, Jr
Certilicate of Improvements.
Glad Hand Mineral Claim, situated
in tbe Trout Lake Mining Division ot
West Kootenay District. Where located:—At head of Seven Miie Creek
and adjoining tbe Winslow Mineral
Take Notice that I, O.B.N. ffilkie,
acting as agent for Bruce White, F.
M.C. B29009, William Bennett, F. M.
C. B25221, and Nettie Davey, F. M.
C. No. B25561, intend sixty dnys from
date hereof, to apply to the Mining
Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above
And further take notice that action, under section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such
Certificate of Improvements.
Dated Ninth day of March, 1911.
O. B. N. WILKIE, B.C. L.8.
Trout Lake, B. C.
and A. M.
Regular meetings are held in MASONIC TEMPLE, Oddfellows' Hall
on the Third Monday in each month
at 8 p. m. Visiting brethren art
cordially welcome.
W. B. ROBERTSON, Secretary.
8ELKIRK     LODGE 12,  1.  0.  O. F.
Meets every Thursday evening in
Selkirk Hall at 8 o'elock. Visiting
brethren cordially invited.
K. G. McRAli, N. G.
JAS. MATHIB,  Secretary.
COURT     MT.     BEGBIE,    No. 3461.
OF I. O. F.
Meets in I. a 0. F. Hall next   to
Tapping's Opera House every second
and fourth Monday in month. Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.
G. W. BELL, 0. R.
WM.  S.  CAMERON,  Rec.-Sec.
GOLD RANGE LODGE,      K. of   P.,
NO.  36,  REVELSTOKE, B.  0. V,
Meets every Wednesday except   the
Third Wednesday of each month     in
Oddfellows' Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting Knights are cordially Invited.
J. Y. SIMPSON, 0. C.
O. H. BROCK, K. of R. ft B.
M. ot F.
C. W. 0. W.
Mountain View Camp, No. 220.
Meets Second   and     Fourth Wednesdays    in each month in    Selkirk
Hell.     Visiting Woodmen are
cordially invited to attend
H. W. EDWARDS, Con. C0m.
Barristers,  Solicitors,  Etc.
Imperial Bank Building Revelstoke, B. C.
Money to Loan.
1'fiiccs--Itevelstoke,    B.    ('.,     and
Cranbrook, B. C.
Geo. 8. MeCarter,
A. M. Pinkham, J. A. Harvey,
Revelstoke, Cranbrook
Provincial Land  Suveyor,
Mining Surveyor,
Mckenzie avb.,
box 106, revelstokb.
Eggs for Hatching
White Leghorns—Na 1 Pen, headed by
first prize cock, Vnncouver 1911.
S5 for IS; $8 for 30,
No. 2 Pin, headed by a large white bird
from Knst. $J.(KI for IS; $3.5(1
for 30.
UulT Leghorns S. C. R. f. Reds; $J,50
foi IS; #4.(H> for 30.
John J. Devine
Revelstoke, B. C.
Eggs for Hatching
Rhode Island Red.
Silver-laced Wyandotte and Buff Leghorn, per setting, $2.(10.
1 vim li-n goose eggs, SOc. each.
Pekin duels (11 eggs) fi.W.
Day old ducklings.
Day old chicks a specialty.
Write or Phone 212.
Revelstoke Land District
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that I, Mary Selkirk,
of Vancouver, occupation, married
woman, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following
described lands.
Commencing at a post planted ' at
tbe N. E. Corner of Lot 6140 G.I.,
and marked M. S.'a S. E. Corner,
tbence north 80 chains, thence west
70 chains, thence south 40 chains,
thence east 20 chains, thence south
40 chains, thence east 50 chaias
to point of commencement, contain
tng 480 acres.
Dated January 9th, 1911.
Per O. P. Smith. Agent.
Attraction Extraordinary
Thurs, April 27
Comedian, brother of the world-
renOWHed Hurry Lauder, supported h\ his own toy Including
King ol Instrumental Music
Reserved Seats 11.    Admlsslen Tlo
Children 609.
New Grove l'arm, Kevelstoke.
IDp.c. Bonds
An Attractive Offering for
a Short Term Investment
We can offer the conservative investor for a short
while only an opportunity of
pleading his surplus funds in
a high-class security bearing
a rate of interest of ten per
Only 150 of these Convertible Debentures at a par
value of $100 each, available.
Do not gamble in stocks,
shares and other forms of
speculation, but Invest
where your principal and interest is secured.
Write for further particulars of this Bond Issue which
is particularly attractive to
investors. Prompt application is necessary as number
is limited.
Canadian Securities Ltd.
IIII Dominion Trait Building
MHOovvtn •rrisc .|*i| (i SATURDAY. APML tt, 1911.
SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., President
ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manaoer
CAPITAL. - $10,000,000
REST, - $7,000,000
of The Canadian Bank of Commerce will receive deposits of $i and
upwards, on which interest is allowed at current rates. There is no
delay in withdrawing the whole or any portion of the deposit. Small
deposits are welcomed. 234
Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more persons, to be
operated by any one of the number or by the survivor. A joint account
of this kind saves expense in establishing the ownership of the money
after death, and is especially useful when a man desires to provide for
his wife, or for others depending- upon him, in the event of his death.
The Famous Leckie Loggers' Hoots and our own
make always in stoek. See our Pack Straps and
Pack Sacks.
Boot and Shoe Repairers,
Harness Makers
Capital Paid Up $4,000,000
Reserve Fund    - -    $4 400,000
Has 77 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in all the Principal Cities of the World.
At all Branches     Interest allowed at highest current rate
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT Manager.
Under New Management.
Wm. Boyd, Proprietor
Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
The Greatest Health Resort on the Continent
Natural Hot Water, 124 Degree nf Hen
Natural Hot Water In Haths.    O        All Year
Rates from $ 12 to $ 15 Fer Week
Have you smoked the
If not you surely
never tried them at
McKinnon's Cigar Store
BUILDEB    .AJS-r    CdsU^-ACQClt
Have your architect prepare your plans for
your new building early antl get my figures on
your work.
Everybody knows him, he will
tell you that the whiskeys we arc
telling are the belt. Cull nud Iw
convinced. No household should
lie without   ll   ■■"I'll.',   of   . im  Hili-
vsy's Special Scotch Whiskey; our
Frapln liqueur Brandy, guarantetwl
DOytari old or Blackberry Brandy
for Mi'dielnnl purposes. Out lUx I.
of i bolce Wines and Llqnori of all
kinili-i au' iinrxii'lli il. Hold by all
the leading hotels, or telephone
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Importers art! Dealers In Pure Wines, liquors, Cigars snd cigarettes
Uevelstoke, B. C.
, Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarwd r pioved.     First-Class in every respect.     All modern convenienee
Large .Sample Rooms.
Rat' a $2.00 per day       Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke. B.C.
suitably   furnished   with  the  choicest the
market affords.      Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $t a ilay.    Monthly rate
It will pay you to
make a call at
P.   B.   WELLS.
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -   Revelstoke, B. C.
before buying yonr outfit of working clothes
fur the hush. 1 make a
specialty of Logging
Shoes, Pants, Sox, Shirts
blankets and everything
required inyour business,
For Sale
25 font   Lot  and  House, Third Street
$111! '0.
Three Lots on Second Street, near the
new Posl Office, *12tKI.
House and Lot near Y.M.C.A., $8150.
Two   lots  and   House, Third   Street,
House and I<ot, Firs! Street, near lhe
new Tost Ofllce. $2100.
55 feet on Sixth Street, $700.
50 feet on Victoria Road. $550.
VI Room House, Second Street, BO-fool
lol, $4500.
And other first c'uss values,
tall and investigate
W. B. Robertson
Great West Permanent Lohii
Company Agency
Fruit Lands
fralena Bay lands in parcels of
10 or 20 acres or en bloc. Correspondence invited.
John Shaw. Agent.
Box 616 Arrowhead
John Lee
Manufacturer of  Ladies'
Ladies Suits Madeto Order
Fit Guaranteed
All kinds of Silk, Gingham,
Muslin,  and   Fancy
things kept.in stock
Price. Roxonable P 0  Box 200
Front St   Lower Town, Revelstoke
e. g.  burr:dge
Tinsmith Repairs, Hot Air, Pine
and Furnace work
Connaught Ave.   -   Rovelstoke
Let die paint vour house right. I do
nothing but first-class work. Quality
considered my price is low. Tlu* best
materials used and work done when
promised. Try me on your interior
decorating. My work is guaranteed to
SIGNS I can furnish you with any
kind you want. Glass, braes, tin, cloth.
or wood.    Get my prices.
Carriage and Wagon Painting at my
shop in alley back of E. J. Bourne's
Store, I'irst Street.
Residence Cor. Hid Ht. and Robson ate
Pacific Coast
Tested Seeds
Arriving daily our new and
fresh  stock    of  Seeds,   grown
under contraot by ihe best
growers in all parts of the
world. Seeds thai will give
ynu the best results. One trial
will convince you. Also a full
line of garden requisites, Implements of all kind*-1, Bee
Supplieo, Sprayers,Spray, and
a full line nf Chick Feeds and
Pnnkey 's remedies, I'cess tiie
button, we will do the rest,
M. J. Henry Nurseries
3011 Westminster Road
A. R. McDoUGALL,    -' Manager
Vancouver. IJ. 0.
Repairs of all  kind"  neatly done
Bicycle and Gun work a specialty
Estimates given O" any class
of work
Front       Street.
AKKO*HKAl>, B. I'.
Special Attention giYeii to commercial
men and Umrists. Find-claim sample
rooms. Finest scenery iu Uritish Columbia, overlooking tipper Arrow Lake.
W. J. Lightburne, Prop
Revelstoko Land District.
Distiict of West Kooteuay.
Take aotiee that tho Canadian pa
cific Railway Company intends to
apply for permission to l.*aso thu
lollowing described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the shore line of Upper Arrow Lake;
said post bearing South 11 degrees
West a distance of 224 feet from tbc
South East corner of block 4D of the
registered town Bite of Nakusp, in
Lot 397 G. 1 Arrowhead, and district; tbence Westerly along said
shore lino a distance of 3850 feet to
a point; said point bearing South 41
degrees, West a distance of 887 feet
from the Head block of South leg
of Nakusp Wye; thence south into the
Waters of Upper Arrow Lake a distance of 80*0 feet, thence Easterly aud
Parallel to the Shore line of said
lake a distance of 3S50 feet, thenoe
North a distance of 8DU feet to true
point of commencement, containing
70.8* acres more or lessf
Dated February Dth,  1911.
The Canadian Pacilic Railway Company, Per E. W. Bateinaa, Local
Right of Way and Lease Agent, Van.
Revelstoke  Land  Distiict.
District of West Kootenuy.
Take notice that Clarence H.
Schock, of Mount Joy, Pa., occupation coal merchant, intends to apply
Ilor permission to purchase thc following described lands:—
Commencing at a post planted 20
chains south of tho south east corn
er of- lot 7635; thence north 80
chaius, thenco cast 10 chains, more
or less to the line of the Arrow
Lakes Lumber Company's timber
limit 43232, tbence south CO chains
thence west 20 ouains, tbence south
20 cbains, thence west 20 chains,
more or less to place of commencement.
Dated March 24th,  1911.
Ed.   McGaghrun,   Agent.
Manafftetnrtd fnr «i< oiat»i of   hnllii.<.«»
For mI* In Mr?* nr i*mnll 'j'-itntit in«
m |fa« li>w**i  pflfM fur rn<<ti
All klndi "f t ulHlnfl ni.-l platttriof
Ii.  lloM  ill Ml
Foote & Pradolini.
Angiitis superior educational .idv.-in-
tagi s. Handsome new brick building,
modern equipment, exlcnsivei-frounda,
i llasse* (traded in accordance with the
.eh,ml*, throughout Ihll Province.
Complete Musk and Art Departments.
Special euurses In Hhorthandi Typewriting .uul Bookkeeping. Particular
attention given in rennement ol man*
nsfi and correct English,
For Prospootus. Address The Ao tiomy.
Or. J C Mon Imn) (Mr  Geo H   Crcon
Vancouver and Suburban
Real Estate
Coquitlam Acreage and
Lots a specialty
Special attention givon to Mail orders or Inquiries
402 Dominion Trust Bldg., Vancouver,B.C.
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for over ten months, and mulling seemed
to do me any good or relieve my painful
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I finally determined to go to the Victoria
Hospital, Halifax ,for treatment
Two days, however, before my intending departure, a neigbbor called snd
happening to have a GIN PILL in
bis pocket, insisted on my taking it. I
did so and six hours niter taking it, the
results and benefits I derived were
simply notbing more or less than miraculous. Instead of go'ng to the hospital,
I sent for a box of CIN PILLS with the
result that I am a cured man. I recommend CIN PILLS lo everyone suffering
from Kidney Trouble."
I.kwis MacPiirrson.
Tske GIN I'lI.I.S on our positive
guarantee that tbey will cure you or
money promptly refunded. 50c. a box
—6 for (J..V 1—sent on reeript of price
if your dealer does not handle GIN
PILLS. Sample box free if you write
us. National Drug and Chemical Co.,
De-pC W ,    Toronto. jj
ShiMb Gure
all IC Illy   "I..-,**  roriiil,*,   cures   Colfl*.   li. ,.11
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Toronto. Canada. HI
A Symposium of What is Happening in
All Parts of the World
Kingston harbor is now free of ice.
70      of
George   Duller,  aged
is dead from burns.
Fronteuac  Liberals   passed  a  reci ■
procity resolution at Kingston.
Thos.  Rutherford, a prominent farmer,  is dea<l at Gait, aged 87.
The Caveu cheese factory   at
bnig was burned, loss $S,000.
James Pierce died suddenly in the
Algonquin hotel, Chatham, aged 58.
David Wilson, contractor, of Gan-
anoijne, is dead from blood poisoning.
A party of 'JI  boys for  the
home arrived at St. John.
Kent & Leo's Hour roller mills at
Walkerton  were  burned,   loss  $14,0(10.
Major Samuel Chapeau, clerk ol
the Senate and Master in Chancery,
will retire.
Osprey, Man., grain growers, have
condemned the legislature salary increase.
Burglars got $400 in cash and valuables from Edwin Husscll's home at
Dritish Ambassador Dryce will via-
it Ottawa May 2 and officially open
the Horse Show.
The government will take steps to
relieve starving Indians in the Keewatin district.
Dr. N. R, Alcock has been appointed to the chair of Physiology in McGill  Medical college.
Michael Long, aged 55, of London,
Ont., a shoemaker, took laudanum at
Ann Arbor,  Mich.
David Forder, keeper of Port Col-
hornc lighthouse for 40 years, died
suddenly  aged  70.
Miss Eliza Orner is dead at Oiner,
Essex County, aged 67, She leaves
au estate of $200,000.
An ice shove has caused the water
in Montreal httrbor to rise eleven
feet above summer  normal.
Various societies 111 Hamilton will
likely be „ske,l to co-operate for a
Coronation Day  celebration.
Uev. Prof. Jeakins, of Huron Col
lege, London, will become rector of
Clinton Anglican church
Thos. Young, aged 24, was fatally
injured by falling into thc hold ot a
vessel at St. John, N. B.
Capt. Eddie, F.R.C.S., Vancouver,
is officially investigating the Iro-
uuois wreck, in which 21 lives were
Rev. Dr. F.M. Dewey, for 23 years
Pastor of Stanley sticet Presbyterian
hurch, Montreal, is dead, aged 60.
Thc Legislation Committee of Hamilton city council will ask for the
sanitary bundling of bread 111 delivery.
If A.U.M.W. conference with mine
is abortive, a general strike may be
olierators in Nova Scotia next week
Hugh Gutbciic, H. H. Miller and
Dr. Hunklin, M.F.'s, addressed a pro-
reciprocity meeting of Liberals at
John Jardine, M.P.P., of British
Columbia, elected as a Liberal, has
joined thc Es.|iumalt Conservative
Residents of Northeast Hamilton
complain tbat lawlessness and free
lights there would disgrace a mining
The Dominion Tc\tilc Co. have abut
down the Windsor, N.S., mill, owing
to inability to get sufficient hands to
rhe  worst  sleet  storm  in       ycars
struck Manitoba nnd the prairie west
n Thursday.     About   six   Inches of
snow fell.
Over 5,000,000 bottles of chanipsrn*
and wine hmvo been smashed by rioters in France. The troublu is now
Tho King will dme the overseas
premiers at Buckingham May 22.
Hlieclnl medals will be presented to
thc colonial troops.
Officials of the Perklni detectlvo
agency at Pittsburg and Indtanapo -
lis huve been arrested, charged with
sending a fake "black hand" tetter
to a millionaire with the idea nf getting A Job to look
for the supposed
James Welch, aged 23, claiming Toronto aa his home, was sentenced at
Dotrolt to two and a half years for
Two hundred women escaped by
lire escapee from a St. Louis factory
after an cipioslon, and one mnn was
Unless prices of steel arc reduced,
railways will withhold orders.
Thc Marmot flea spreads tbe plague
in China, according to a British investigator.
The finger prints taken ot 250' employees of a New York factory identified a negro porter as the man who
had robbed the safe.
The Winnipeg Electric Street Railway employees spokesman, R. Cornelius,   objects   10  the  company's act*-
n in getting the men to sign a
statement ul satisfaction with present conditioDS.
Lady McMillan, about to retire
from Government House, Winnipeg,
was presented with a beautiful diamond and sapphire bracelet by her
lady friends.
Although a majority of the Republicans will be against it, there are
plenty of indications that the Canadian reciprocity bill will carry at
Philip Burgols was drowned while
crossing the lied lx-er River with a
string of eighteen horses, south of
Alix.      Six burses also perished.
Litigation over the will of Mary.
Baker Edd>, founder ot the Christian
Science church, gives promise of being long drawn out.
An Australian carpenter has laid
claim to the earldom and estates of
thc Earl of Dudley, governor-general
of the Commonwealth.
Insurance for workmen against sick
ness, invalidity and unemployment is
one ot the features of the new Lloyd
George budget.
A Winnipeg bylaw declaring thgt a'1
dogs found roaming the streets without a guardiau will be destroyed will
be enforced.
A new agreement is submitted to
tho Midland railway by the railway
committee of thc Winnipeg city council.
Tbe government railway bridge to
bc built across tbe St. Lawrence river, near Quebec,  will cost $12,000,000
Prosperity is the keynote ot the
Church of England vestry meetings
held in Winnipeg.
A large number of Canadians are
returning from the United States to
take up land in western provinces.
It is probable that the Western Can
ada Baseball league will be comprised of -11 clubs this season.
Many notables were present at the
funeral of Sir Henry Elzear Tascher-
eau at Ottawa.
An unknown woman dived from tbe
Redwood bridge in Winnipeg to death
in the Red river.
Thc stream of immigrants pouring
through Winnipeg continues unabated
Cahert   was     unanimously
alderman of Ward two     of
Selkirk electric power-users are anxious to secure energy from Winnipeg
Alfred C. Cole was elected governor
of thc bank of England.
Sir Edward Tennant has Invested
in Saskatoon real estate.
There are now 41 cases of smallpox
•jiiarantined at Ottawa.
The judges of thc Manitoba court
ol appeal bave enacted new rules giving the registrar of the court in
chambers the power of a judge.
A fourteen-year-old girl was shot
and killed by ber lover on tbetr way.
to a dance ,11 Minnesota. The slayer
committed suicide.
The Manitoba Good Roads association will seek assistance from the
provincial government toward keeping 11,11.1- in condition.
The Winnipeg b-oard of trade passed a strong resolution against negro
immigrants a copy of which will tie
•*ent to Ottawa.
Immigration Commissioner Walker
give*, figures showing the enormous
increase in immigration from Great
Britain since 1908.
Winnipeg wholesale houses have
been forced to enlarge warehouses to
cope witb enormous vaJue of busioesa
this year.
Thc London Times says It is to ba
sincerely hoped that Sir Wilfrid LaU-
ner will be able to atteud tbe imperial conference.
A petition for „ reprieve for Nikola
Bllowus, sentenced to hang ob April
25, is being circulated in Winnipeg.
Six by-elcetlons will be held In England in the near tuture.
Tbe Indians still remaining on the
St. Peters reserve may not move tg
tbe Fisber River reserve this season. SATURDAY, Ari-UL 22, wii.
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GUN CLUB CONTESTS. Iof his opponent,     He showed tune of
The regular weekly shoot of the Rev-  his former     wildnoss end  repeatedly
elstoke Gun Club on Wednesday after-  brought the house to Its feet       with
noon resulted as follows:
Event 1—25 birds for button. Class
A.—McDonell, 19; Sturdy 19; Munroe,
IS. Class B.—Cronyn, 16; T. E. L.
Taylor, 15. Class C—W. A. Foote,
8; Cummings, 4 and out.
Event 2. 15 singles, 5 pair doubles—
McDonell, 21;  Sturdy, 17; Munroe, 14.
McDonell and Sturdy tie for button
A, in nyn wins button B, Foote wins
button C.
The executive committee of the Y.
M.C.A. baseball club met Thursday
evening, April 20th. Many items of
importance were discussed, ground
rules were adopted, and the following
preliminary schedule wns drawn up,
As there are only three teams entered in the league this year the committee thought it l>est to arrange a
preliminary schedule for the month of
May. Perhaps then the other fans
who a'* not signed up with any other team- can get together and organ
ize a fourth team. The committee
felt sure that there were enough ba-sc
ball men in Revelstoke to get four
teams for the league.
As an inducement to eneoiirngc the
baseball men to play better ball an.l
to work harder at the game, the committee has interested -ome of our
generous business friends to put up
prizes for tha best fielding average,
the best batting average, and t'ic
highest number of bases made durin;
the season. The donuprs of thes?
prizes and the nature of the same
will l e published lnier. The management has gone to considerable ex -
pense to put the ball field in the best
of condition. To raise funds for
this the members of the ball club
will probably put on nn entertain -
ment. The Intermediate league will
be organized Monday evening, April
24th. All members of the Public
School baseball team, the J. B. 0.
team and any other yot ns; mm that
will play intermediate ball sh mid
lie at this meeting.
The preliminary schedule is as fol -
May 1—Intermediates v. Bus n ss
May 3—Businessmen v. Corley's
May  *—Businessmen    v.     Intermed
May S—Businessmen V. lnetrmcd-
May ie—Corley's v. Businessmen.
May  12—Intermed.  v. Corley's.
May lj—Intermed.  v.   Businessmen.
May   IT—Businessmen  v.   Corley's.
May  ly—Inter, v. Corley's.
May  2S—Businessmen  v.  Inter.
May 24—Corley's v. Businessmen.
May 26—Inter, v. Corley's.
May 29th—Inter, v. Businessmen,
May 31—Inter, v, Corley's.
N. B.—The Intermediate team will
hereafter be called the Pirates.
pass fur blind man
Springfield, (j., April 18.—A season
Pass to a blind man that he may
"hear" tbe Ohio State league baseball games at the local park wa- the
novel presentation that has been
made by President Watkiu- of the
club. Tbe recipient of this favor is
Prof. Earl C. Houck, \ocal director
in the Wittenborg College Conserve -
lory *■: M isic. Professor Houck ea-
hearing" ball games. By means
■ . tbe unpire'e calls, the sound ol
the bnll bitting the bat, the shouts
i ' . :■ : fl '*m- ol the crowd and
with -omeone to expia.n the Intricate
i *a> ! follows the game with surprising accuracy. However, he has
I told when the player steals u
Manager T-nuey of the Boston Na-
t.una*-***-* i-as  traded  Pitcher  Burgc for
Cat  -or Budges ol the Montreal club.
J ha Seigel, tbe old I'.ncnnati out
field im. .l.ni tu manage the
ClarkHvMle elub oi ti,t Kitty ...
Tbc  Bt          I>u w.    will      grab
mas ii Imhurtt if th- i'ic-
••i lun 1 i. .:     :.  „id  i„il tht  y.  .
er adrift.
Stave     Phi I bUI  I f     Yale,   "D
Wadawoitb ol Williami   and     John
Ii     il  il,,'    ll :  Will  i'luy With th*
Pilgrim all-college-star  team.
it nas • ■ • ■ t that the
$.'."■.< ,000 inheritance >l Russell uia<k
burn of thc White Sol "as lefl to
Lim by a Pb.ladclphia baseball   IC1	
his speed and smnrtni'ss. In the first
round be practically closed Drift's left
eye, and in the succeeding rounds administered severe punishment. Britt
had a terrific left swing, but Guise
guarded this well every time. The
Bgbt went the limit, seven rounds be-
llg easily Guise's, two were even and
thc Inst was slightly in favor of
Britt. C. B. liaugblin, referee, proclaimed Guise winner on points.
N.  W,    LEAGUE   OFF.
Vancouver, B. C, April 18 'rhe opening of the Northwestern league lo-
•Iny was marked by a sensational no
run no hit game at Tacoma, the
work of pitchers Lane and ISage oi
Victoria th*' newly entered member of
the league. Victoria, by timely willow work scored three n.n-;, Bending
the Tigers to their fusi bitter detent before 2,MM) Tacoma fans. Sage
took Lane's place when the latter
wrenched his arm in the seventh nn.l
lhc Tigers could n it bit h;s delivery
for the balance of the game.
At Spokane the Indians walked away from Portland with a -cote ol 6-1
by well placed hits. Capt. Williams of
Portland team was chased out of the
grounds for disputing a decision of
he umpire. The attendance was ■t.tMH)
At Seattle the Vancouver Beavers
and the home team had just prepared for a game before & lnrgc crowd,
when rain returned to the already
trenched grounds,
At Tacoma— RHE
Tacoma   0   t)  o
Victoria   3   !")   1
Batteries—Hall and DcVolgt; Lane,
•-'age nnd Dnshwood.
At Spokane— RHE
Spokane    a   ti   1
Portland    1   C   3
Batteries—Bonner and Ostdeilt; Garrett and Harris.
The new  l'i.i.,n  Ass., iation
open its season April 25, plaj
• . and dose on September
John McCloskey, Dick Oooley,
Joyce and Clifl Blank-n.bip i.n*
promoter!  >f the organization.
Rowland, B, 0., April 18.—The 10-
round  contest   return   match   between
Jimmle Britt of Butte nud Harry
Guise ol Photsoll produced Home brilliant  bum.: nt  the  Rosslaad  Miners'
I'n Ion ball on Tuwday evening. Guise
showed splendid   Improvement   over
.in shown by bun when he  was
koocked out by Brltl in the thud
round of o to-round boul   ome weeks
Utck.    tiujsu ijuicklj bud thu measure
In order to loosen windows that
are hard to raise, pour a teaspoon "ui
of melted laid between 'frame and
casing an 1 rub some on the rope.
This will remedy the trouble.
Stow in the lintbox of the trunk all
the loose tissue paper that comes to
the house. This does away with a
mad senrch for tissue paper when
packing is to be done.
The waler in flower vnses is often
spilled because they arc top heavy. To
prevent accidents put a few pebbles
or .some sand at the bottom of tho
vases when putting (lowers into
To remove black ink stains on chil-
I'.u's colored frocks, etc., cover
them Immediately with red ink, nnl
then wash. In this way the damage
mny be made good, not a trace of
e.ther  ink  remaiiiim;.
To destroy moths pul the moth-infested articles into a baker's
which  bas  Just   been  'ised  t..r   bakin»
mil in the morning take them
Let  them remain there over     i
and Bbake and beat them tn the     en
A  party of Wlnnip?g
will   make  .in  exc
western provinces next m*.nth.
\  il irtage ol ii«v
- is reported at Mini   *
Samaria Cured Him, and He H-_.p4
A man whn hai I releasi
he awful er
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marla Prescription, wiih booklet, giving full particular! testimonials, prioe,
etc, will i.t sent el lutely free and
postpaid In plain ■>.*.:* i package lo
anyone asking fnr n umi mentioning
thl» paper   i^orreipondenee incredlv
confidential. Write to day. The Hn
iiiiiiiii Remedy Co., Hc.pt.. 46-40, Ool
inline St., Toronto, Oanada Also
for Sale by C.  It.  Macdonald,  Drug
gist, Kevelstoke, ll. C.
$    m v
"More ore-hd
and       ^ '
better >,
Enduring  (it,
because  all
Underwear is    Pep,
| unshrinkable.
value because
it does wear    /
Real  comfort,
because   so
knit that  the
shape  stays
in it.    These
reasons should make you
request the  brand  and
look   for  the  trademark.
Have you tried Penman's
No. 95?   For the children
as  well as grown ups.
Trade  Atarx
'Underwear & Hosiery
For The Man Who
Wants to Know
we  have  a  book  that  is  the  recognized
"encyclopaedia of dress."
J .
^^ It is the Fit-Reform Style Book—for
jd/^^^hh spring  and   summer—illustrates  Suits
Jff  FIT-   Wl and  Overcoats that  Fit-Reform has
$1 REFORMfa created and well dressed men will wear.
There is a little talk in this book about
hand tailored garments that appeals strongly to very man.
May we send you a copy.—free, of course.
\'rnl! in Revrl'tr.l"-
Rave trlcl
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mission to
described ...
Commenc i. i   at
'   • hains to ths  north  ea I
ol  Lot   1043,   tbence ol
i..,i  to ' bains,  .*.. et  io
to line <ti
i,.,t sua, bbence along lint ul said
Lot ic i bains and "■ chains wsat to
the north west corner, tbence about
'. i bains north to place ol comment e
Dated March lit, 1911,
Igoni   John Bahw,
Shihfrs Cure
qnickiT ttttoa soughs, mrvs ckuk, hcni*
lb*  Uirom nnd  inn*i. •  »  « 88 cents
.'    Mm,     .
ni       all
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■ ate. of Thomas     lie
B   '     dl
• : i,i a on oi
*ia |   rl '■  ■ inrbsi, run
* * *, to tbe    undei
tors i"i  Donald Mela
'    * i,       ll   i     fill ol
n    ■   days   Irom
■ ilin i ol tbali • I/iihin,
duly and  thai  aftsi      that
,*.,,*. utoi   »H1  proceed
ite iii«'* laid " iiiii'- amongst
i, *••'•., regai-i bung
hail on , '*, those clalmi ol whirh
nm.i uiiei .t..i  hIihii bave then     r«
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Datnd March  I'.Hi.  IMI.
Bolli limn nl liiiimiii Mclntofh,
EOxesutor ol thi Lait vv in
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Pri inii in mini.
Local Industry
We oMAIL-HERALD has new
type and printing machinery.  Our
stock if  printing papers is large
and well selected.
Letterheads - Billheads - Cards
cTVIenus - Envelopes - Programs
Books and Booklets - Loose Leaf
c/4.ccount Forms Ball Programs
Wedding Stationery Memoriam
Cards - Lumber Forms     Tags, Etc.
Agents for the famous
$60.00 Cash
unu jtilk'il in >i fall ut Vnrsuillcu, SATUItbAY, APWL 2-2, 1911.
Watch  window for   Big
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. 3- flume & Co.. limited
Mail    or    Telephone1    your
orders.     Have our Traveller
call.     Send the children to
the store or come yourself.
No order too large or too
small for us to handle.
Ladies   Spring Costumes
A new lot of Ladies' Suits to show you. We are proud of
our Suits this spring. Never have the ladies looked so smart
on the street as this spring. There are still a few who are
looking for their Spring Costumes. We await the opportunity
to show them what we have.
$15 to $25
Ladies  Hose
When you have bought Silk
Stockings here and want some
inexpensive hose for hard service it is never necessary to go
slsewhere for them. We have
the best values in low priced
hosiery at
25c. and 35c.
Little Girls' Dresses
When you were a little girl
did you wear a Challie or De-
lainette Dress, and have your
curls tied with pretty ribbons.
If you did you will remember
how proud you were of that
pretty dress, and you will be
glad to be able to get your little
girl just such a pretty frock.
They are fashionable again and
we have some lovely ones at
20c. per yard
House  Furnishing Department
English Tapestry
We have a special line of these
Squares in the following sizes,
which are exceptional value.
21x3 yards, price $ 8.00
2*x3J " " 10.50
3x3 " " 11.00
3x3* " $12 and 12.50
2|x3     "   velvet $13.50
Heavy English
We have a choice line of these
squares, which is the standard
for quality, in fawns, reds, blues
and greens; sizes 9x9, 9x104,
9x12, and 10Jxl2. These squares
are suitable for any room and
cannot be excelled at the price.
For Kitchens and Bath Rooms,
in fact every room in the house
can be finished with this durable
material, permanent colors, can
be washed off.
Brussels, Wiltons,
A choice assortment of these
high-class squares in all the regular sizes, in Floral and Oriental
effects, in red, green and brown
grounds, splendidly adapted for
living rooms, dining rooms and
Linoleum, Oilcloth
A full range of Nairn's Scotch
goods, the best procurable Hall
rims, i, |i 36, 45, and 54 inches
Printed and inlaid linoleums all
Dainty floral designs for use in
bedrooms, etc.
Iron Beds, Mattresses
Pillows, Bedding
Splendid value in Maish laminated Cotton and Eiderdown
Monday Special- Towelling
200 yards of Linen Towelling, 18 inch pure
linen crash, for rollers, etc.   Special on Monday
Wc. per yard
-I    - *-*.-   .1- — -      I   HI—I      ■   ■'     II I   - II*—**—■——I   ■!    M
Bargain in Ladies Vests
Summer Goods, cotton knit, with or without
sleeves, on sale Monday at
15c. each
April Sale ol White
April—House cleaning month—you will be
sure to find when rummaging through your linen
closets that you are short of nice pillow slips,
sheets, and white bed coverings. Here is the
opportunity to fill up your stock.
Lovely pure white hemstitched Pillow Slips
at each 25 cents
Extra heavy English circular pillow cotton
pure finish, no dressing, all widths, 40 to 46 in.
at per yard 25 cents
63 inch. English Cambric Sheeting, pure
bleach, full width, no dressing, for j beds, at
per yard 35 cents
72 inch English Cambric Sheeting, full
width, for full sized beds, very fine, no dressing,
ready for use, at per yard 35 cents
72 inch extra quality, 20 twill sheeting, full
width, for large beds, no starch, very heavy
quality, at per yard ,. 40 ants
English Honeycomb Counterpane or White
Quilt, extra large size, fine pure bleached   $2.50
An extra fine English Merselles Quilt or
Counterpane, largest size, lovely snowy white,
beautiful designs (registered) this one at a
special price.   Ask to see these at each $2.90
High Grade Teas
Watch our corner window for high grade
Teas in packages, tins and bulk.
You Will Want Seeds
Now that the farming and gardening season
is on you will want Seeds. We have them, all
kinds: Lawn Grass, Lawn Clover Seed, Onion
Sets, Timothy and Red Clover Seeds, and all
kinds of garden seeds.
Olives    Olives    Olives
We are showing a large assortment of Olives
these days:-Nut Stuffed, Sweet Pepper Stuffed
and Anchovie Stuffed,  Queen Olives in different sized bottles.
Tea Bargains Thursday-Friday
4 lbs. Ceylon Tea for One Dollar.
Thursday and Friday Only
California Fruits and Vegetables
Fresh every Wednesday and Friday morning-All kinds
Hosiery for Men
A wide variety of the choicest patterns have just been
opened. You can be sure of the newest, as they are straight
from the old country manufacturer.
This season's novelties show some distinctly new ideas in
two-tone stripes of blue, tan, brown, and gray. Plain colors
predominate in browns, wines, greens, grays, and blues, as
well as their different shades. Tans, blacks and grays with
embroidered clocks will also be worn.
We have them all in Cashmere, Lisle and Silk.   Prices
50c, 60c, and 75c. a pair
cashmere, direct from the old country manufacturer. Full
sized, warranted fast colors. Will not shrink. Sizes 91 to 11.
Price 50 cents per pair.
ALL CASHMERE RIB SOCK-medium weight, double
toe and heel.   Will not shrink, sizes 9*4 to 11, Price 50c. a pair.
PLAIN CASHMERE—best of old country yarns, absolutely fast colors.   Will not shrink.   Price 35c. or 3 pairs for $1.00
Assert Your Identity
This you will admit:—If you
mingle with a million men you
are merely one of the crowd,
unless you assert vour identity.
Good clothes are one of the
forces of modern living. No
man has ever hurt his cause by
being well dressed. Assert yourself. Wear good clothes-wear
20th Century Brand clothss.
C. B.Hume & Co.ltd.
Spring Underwear
for Men
Not quite warm enough for
Summer underwear, but too warm
for winter. We are now showing
a full line of medium weight
underclothing for Spring and
Fall wear.
mediuni weight natural wool.
Price 11.60 per garment.
wool, guaranteed not to shrink.
Soft and silky. Price 11.75 i>er
natural, fine rib, guaranteed unshrinkable.   Price $3.75 per suit.
—blue] und fleshHTcolors.'rhard
wearing, unshrinkable. Will.'not
irritate the most delicate* skin.
Price $150 per garment. Saturday, ArrtiL 22, 1911.
t'lEM  IM^IlL-IKim^^LiD, RS^EiLSTOKlEl
Sale of Wash Goods
at 12NC per yard in stripes,
checks aud pl.iids, superior
In Plain Blues,  Pinks, Greys,
at 1 2 '.c. per yard.
In neat stripe designs in navy
ai d butcher blues. Selling at
2cc. per yard.
English Prints
Guaranteed fast colors, best
quality, in navy and light colors— I2''ti2. per yard.
Rei J & Young's Store
Moving pictures tonight at Hie Ktl-
iBotl theatre.
Mrs. ft. M. Hume will not receive
WednesJay the 2Mb.
W. I. Brings left tbis morning for
Spokane on a business trip.
AUck Lauder, brother ol the famous Harry Lauder, at the Bdison
theatre  next Thursday night.
J. E. Taylor has sold his bungalow
house to his brother T. B. L. Taylor
of the Lawrence  Hardware  Co.
Vi. ft. Watson is prepared to take
either contracts or jobs tor gardening
nnl ploughing.     P. 0. Box 38.
Uev. 0. A. Procunier will add-ress
the men's meeting at the Y.M.C.A.,
Sunday afternoon at 3:45 to 4:45. A
large attendance is exacted.
T. H. Dunne, ot Arrowhead, pnssoil
through here yesterday morning on
his way to Golden on a viBit to his
daughter Mrs.  E.  J. Bcovll.
I.O.O.F. attend Divine services at
the Baptist church. Sunday morning
April 2,'ird. All members and visiting
brethren requested to meet at Selkirk
Hall at 10:80 sharp.
Everybody interested in the half-
holiday movement for the summer
months is partlcularly requested to
attend a meeting to be held at the
city hali on Monday, April 24th at
S p.m. Employees and employers
and members of committees of the
different branches of ntbletics are
Invited to attend. Remember the
date an I keep it open.
Principal R* D. Colpitts. Miss Burns. Miss Ent,,n. Miss Christie. Miss
McPhalen. Miss Paget. Miss Currie.
Miss Munroe, Miss McKenzie an.l Mr.
Patterson attended the Okanagan
au I Nurth Kotenay Farmers' Institute held in Vernon April lXth to 20.
Mr. I'olpitts contributed a paper on
"rtrannnar and Composition in thc
Senior Grade," Miss K. M. Currie
oue on "Primary Work." which was
discussed  by Miss A. Christie.
Rev. and Mrs. H. p. Thorpe, ,ii...
lor the past ten months have been
resi'len-- ,l the city, left yeaterda;
morning (,,r Victoria where Mr.
- hii- l*en called to act as „-
Blstanl   pastoi   ..!  the Pnst       Baptist
Mr. Thorpe explains that he
hid intended     l-ecoming „ permanent
cut  ip! tb* city,  but could      not
i    l   l..»r.   such   an  excellent        .iflei
when  presented  him.      Mr.   and   Mi*
Thorpe leave behind tln-m a host   ol
. ..
Whiti-i le*-*-   the   mar.  arrs ti I        nt
A:r. **ti.*a I      lor  the    theii   '*
Poran   *' a     m     -*f     money,     ^n-
'*ck     i>y  i i,,,.;  p^
Th . • ■ | I .no I guilt
the elmi .'■        •        fenced b; Mn.-.
iin'.-     Hamilton to two m. nth-    ,i,
jail.     Mi    ,l   A   stone, proplittol ol
the Olien al  botel says that the nl ■
roi Hd nol   take place  In
b   '       lv pits   tbe   pi  -ali**:   -   ■
i .,n »h«t    I  did.      He claims      that
Mr.   Poran   blmsell   did not    know
where ti;.* tnelt   was committed.
•••■*"•"        f '   _^_
Wc bave just rece'ved ;i shipment ol White Clover Hunev put up iu
five H». cans, which we will guarantee to be absolutely Pure Hotl*y,
and as ti.is is the season for honey we would advise you to try thia if
yoa wish to get the genuine article,
The nniiii' "Wsgstaffe speaks lor itself in regard to qunlity. We have
ii liill assortment ol ibis Pure Jam including Strawberry, Raspberry,
Pencil. Plum, Black Cutrantand Apiicot.
A. HOBSON,        Baker and Grocer.
Is one of the most import'
ant items in your business
will look after this branch   of
the business for you.
Kjootenay Agencies, Ltd.
Successors to Kincaid A Anderson
Mrs. Pratt entertained at bridge
on Tuesday evening in honor of Mrs.
J. K. Taylor who leaves shortly (or
Miss Hayden, ol Kamloops, ■ who
has been visiting Mrs. Hamilton for
bbe past two weeks, left for her home
on Thursday.
The Bridge Club met for the last
time this season at the home of Mrs.
Sutherland's. Mrs. Allum winning
the prize this week.
On Wednesday evening Mrs. McLennan entertained the .ladies at
bridge. Mrs. Lawson and Mi's. McRae carrying oft" the prizes.
The city council met last night and
routine business transacted. Owing
however, lo it being a mechanical
impossibility to get the type set for
this issue the report will be left over till next Wednesday.
The Revelstoke Baseball-Lacros-Je
Club will hold a meeting in tne city
hall on Tuesday night at 8 o'clock
sharp, to make arrangements for a
dance, and other important business
All interested ate requested to attend.
Thc death occurred at Beaton of
Mrs. Thew, wife of the proprietor of
the hotel at that point, and the
remains were brought here for burial
0u Friday. Deceased was ill but a
few hours, the cause of death being
hemorrhage of thc brain. Rev. A.
M. McColt, of Arrowhead, accompanied the body here and conducted the
funeral service. Mr. Thew was at
one time a partner with Mr. Levesque
iu the hotel business here. His
many Revelstoke friends extend their
sympathies t0 Mr. Thew and his
Methodist church services, Rev. R.
J. Mclntyre, pastor, Sunday H a.m.
subject, "Motives"; 7:30 p.m. funeral
service of late J. Bailie. Sacrament
The Lord's Supi»cr will be administer
ed at dose of service. 2:30* p.m.,
Sunday school and Bible class; Mon.
at 8 p.m. a splendid literary evening
will be given by the Bpworth League.
Wednesday at 8 p.m., Prayer meeting
subject, "Paul's Second Missionary
Journey." Friday at 8 p.m., choir
practice. A cordial invitation is extended to the public to attend these
The pastor's subject in tho BaptiBt
church for Sunday morning will be a
Message of Gratitude, delivered in
honor ol the Odd Fc110wb Founding
day. The Odd Fellows will attend
the service in body this being the
nearest Sunday to their Memorial
day which comes on April the 26th.
Tbe subject for the evening will be
'From Bethel to Bethel." Sunday
school at 2:30 p.m., and the Supt.,
Mr. Howson, who has been ill will be
back again in his old place. Young
peoples meeting Monday at 8 p. m.
Mid-week prayer meeting Wednesday
at 8 p.m. Strangers will receive a
cordial welcome to all the services.
A splendid program of moving pictures     tonight  including the roaring |
comedy  "Go West Young Woman.  Go
The Ladies ot the Kehekabs are re-
Inested to nttend Divine service in
the Baptist church ..n'Sunilay morning,  April  23rd.
Private Sale ol household furniture
all new and in good condition, may
be Been nt any tune Monday, April
24th.—J.L.  Stark.  C P.R.   Hill.
R,   /..   Crawford,  who  has  a      contract for   the   Imperial  Tobfl ■'■
advertising      -lu-n  painting,   has  ;ist
put  a  very  neat     ^inn  on  9ymt
cigar at< re
I.n.O.K. attend Divine service! a'
thc Baptist church. Sunday morning,
April 13rd. All memlier*. and vl-atttog
bretbaen are requested uj meet at
Selkirk  Hall at  N 30 sharp.
I). G; McKenzie for many years ex
agent  here   *a*  ill 'lv citj yt-H-
| ter.lav.       Since   leav.nz   here   he    has
been  occupying  n   timllar   i" -ition in
:.,r        that
Hon   Thomas Tajrli
ng     . n the hrf . • pring
sr tbt roads .•( the provtn ml
interim He expects o return to
i is . spits t tbe 2nd pri i tn
V'lctot a t ',,l.,nist.
Th-e directors of tbe Kootenay  Lake
ral  hospital association Tuesday
night   lei. !•"•! to irect ;, w"< I ill ling
,ii  Nelson hi  a Cost of approximately
• •i  t,, replace  the pre ent  Inads
• lunto Hn I   inconvenient   structure.
Yesterday Dr. McLean purchased
from Mr. J. K. Taylor his house and
two lots .,n Victoria Road for the
- mi of W.0OO. Mr. Taylor is dispos-
*:i_- . '. all bis property as he is leav-
n.' early in May for the Old Country
The   swimmine  award   buttons    for
the   boys   who   have   learned   to  swim
Y.M.C.A. during the campaiim
the   lirectii n ol Mr.      Corsan.
have arrived,    anl  those <tit;tled to
them  rn,,  get   tame by  applying     t.,
deal   Director  Munroe at rhe  Y.
M       '<      n   M,...,iay  afternoon      after
Unit' a .a:!<• n imbei   .,' lots       in
Clearvtew     were  taken   ip  thi-
by Un wnen aac\ tt i« the
■    ■        '   "        vners
wbi ••
are I
w    \   Foot*      Mi    PradoHni,     Wm. \
Lawrence, C   v   Lindmark    i    m«.
lonal      • *' Don        Bt  •• itoke!
General  A-renne*-*    Mr    V. Id     ' 1
d   Ml    Madman of Toll    I' .tl.  * n  M ' ''an
ada'                       aritoe      md who
platform all i>v# I an
the     Bdlscn
May ri,       Mi   ktaadotu I
place,   the  Htl •   lown  0f  ]■
Ontario,  tm*  iwn  ms i    by
this  tab Die.]      ilOftl     who  pot
one ,,,|   .dearest ■'.
ortad at ■'■
tins tom   hy „ company   •' ta
Mnv   Ith
Good Performance under Auspices of St. Peter's Church
The indomitable efforts of Mrs. Mc-
Vity to bring to proUciency the large
numlier ol amateurs who took part
in the program at her concert last
uiitht were rewarded by a house averaging .lose to JI"'" net and what
was more to the satisfaction of Mrs.
MeVity a thoroughly good performance In almost every particular where
her  train.n*-  was  in  cvidenoei
There  were  of  course portions      of
the program  that  might have been a
lis*   po Qtment  to  the conductor  but
these      were  occasioned  more  by  the
lack of intloisia-sm on the part uf tbc
participants  rather  than  any  lack  ol
part ol Mrs. MeVity.
To    begin      with   everybody   knows
what «  great amount of trouble and
patience    -  reqniied  to  bring to any
prulirirncy   a  crowd      of
r   here   were  exhibited   thc
battttj    .'   Revelstoke   in   tiers      ihat
10   rt-mnrkably  well  as  to
omen  ol      pro -
>'bil» tht  older folks       in
tn   popular   Comic   operas
' illy well.
MM    l.olllHe    [(lie   ,,D|    Uol Is
Met *    'te uf     tbe
blended   then    IWSft   little
i. an I   tag  ipltodMti
uf    jtage.
(bail   ryt.bm  of   motion
in the  danOM was the outcome of as
utire   and   training      Sup
• lyry   were   l.y  R eborul      „f
1  young folks all in smart
there was llttlt to bettei
Ni:\ i    III Mi:   iii.uck
Sr.%1    III  MM    lll.MC li
A   Quart   Hottk* of   Houieholtl
Ani'ini.i     - '
Clean All	
Chloride Lime -'">'
ox i lali Soup fur Carpets       I "■
Hon Ann. [of windows   -"i
We guarantee to|filljevery,pre-
scripuon that comes, our waj
prouiptl) ami with tbc best ol
chemicali snd druKs procurable.
Tbe pill, of the new iprinn bt
The llro,,.I HlgllWHJ   ..
The Vow",
"(llir \\ .,*   I mi     	
'I lie Phantom of the opera"
'  lun i liiiul-,''	
"Adventures ol a  Modcii
Join  our   Lending   Ljbrarj
f\,2i or  -1   id |or brut book    Wl
cm hangc
l  '
is NOW .ON
We lime   Ihr   fini fl\ea.
An. bor Hrmi'l   per do/
Senate, i>*■ r itnxpn I *
Kelso.     Ji   .|07.*ll
•Jtjm Meel Hotls fi snd 16
•ifiM'..iiiilii*<, Roils, 11.73 e,.n,.s(i $»-,
Oreenhean Rodi >6,00
Trunk Rods M.50 .uul |6.00
All other supplies on  !>.■ n-1
-   »n ^ive )ou  greal  vilns
f'*f    mon-f) m tbe abovs line
One Pound  Rajah Linen
and 75 Envelopes to Match
for 75 Cents
Our Nrw Btoeh of   LAtnbtrt'i
Nrw "i 'irU  Htgi \uM Hrrivi rl,
i,n<]if* i(rutltrr Hint Velvet HiiK1"
to iuh the mosl fMtldiow fsncyt
M'AT    II I  Ml',    in i it   I.
BEWS'   DRUG  STORE   ■•*	
■"■'■■" ■    >'■"■ '     ■       ■■ nswim n^n'pn^^mi	
this chorus.
Following tbis   closely was a Bolo
and chorus     by Mr. T. E. L. Taylor
and   six    of      Revelstoke's      popular
I yotniK ladies,  and to say that   each
nrtd all did credit to thc popular oT>-
\ era from which it was taken iH     ac-
I Cording     them     their    due  meed of
' liraise.      Amons the adult  product -
ions on the program this was easily
the best.
. Miss Valeric Cunningham Morris
I and Master C. Lyons may be classed
aB stars in embryo. Little better
Could be desired tlmn tbeir-reflorts in
■singing, dancing and acting in Sail-
ng, Gaily Sailing. These again
were supported by the same sailor
costumed   chorus.
Master Glen Urquhart gave a smart
little recitation entitled "The Ten
Wonders of Earth," but owing to
the wretched acoustic properties of
the theatre his voice was hardly audible in all parts of the house.
The Little l'icaninnics, Miss Itila
Tomlinson and Master .lames Bourne
are remarkably clever children and
the fact of the most hearty encore ,,[
the cven'.ng, is evidence that they
treated their subject as it should bc
lone. It. was indeed very clever nnd
worthy uf much more space than we
are able to glvo it, owing to the
crowded  condition  of our  pages.
Nothing better in rythm of motion
has ever ltccn exhibited in Revelstoke
than the dancing ot MiBS Boris MeCarter as the Spirit 0f Spriug in the
Fairy Dances. This little lady baB
the poetry of motion in her very
nature, and the beautiful features,
and becoming attire gave her truly
the appearance of a little fairy. Thc
chorus were all as proficient as its
Thrusting Glory on the R. M. U.,
was badly marred tor two or ihree
reasons. First the lack 0f sutticient
collective training was shown, second the soloist Mrs. Su,uarebriggs,
owing to a severe cold found it impossible to perform her part, and
third the absurd attempt of several
of the male members to burlesque the
playlet. Tbc chorus is from a Popular comic opera which is often successfully attempted hy amateurs and
could be considerably better done
than it was last night.
Mr. Martin's vocal solos were also
badly marred by the acoustic properties of the theatre and thc fact of
his selections not being saitable to
his voice in a theatre of that aixc.
Mr. Burbidge elicited hearty encores for his several selections and
his melodramatic monologue of "An
Every Day Life Scene in London,"
was in every way cleverly done.
After the concert Mrs. MeVity was
presented with a beautiful cut glass
cake plate, and the evening w0und up
with a dance.
Edmonton, April 11.—From Edmonton to Bclton Centre, near Sher -
hrooke, Quebec, was the pbeuomtnal
journey made by a thoroughbred collie dog, belonging to A. Brill of Edmonton. The dog was brought by
Brill from the eaat and a month after disappeared, nothing being heard
of it for sixteen months. Then be
reappeared at the residence ot his
master's father, Rev. D. Brill of Bolton Centre, running to thc yard
wagging his tail. Vetcrinaries say
thc dog made his trip by instinct, occurrences which nic not unprecedented
He will be brought back here by express.
L.  O. L.  NOTICE.
All members of L.O.L. n.i..-. aud
visiting brethren are requested to
meet at the lojgc room 0u Sunday,
April 23rd, at 3 p.m. sharp, to attend the funeral ol their late Brother
John Bailie.
Coronation Y.It.U. and North Star
Mineral Claims, situate iu tho Trout
Lake Mining Division of West Kootenay District, Where located:—On
Rapid Creek.
Take notice that 1, O. B. N. Wllkie
acting as agent fui Cutler Thomas,
PorUl of Spokane, Wash., U. S. A.,
Free Mliiei's Certilicate No. B 'J4'J7r>,
Intend, sixty days from date hereof,
to  apply  to  the Mining   Itceordoi   for
.. I i i'liu ut.* of Improvement*, for tho
purpose of obtaining a Crown (irnut
of the above claims.
And f'uthei lake notlot that action
un ler section .17, must lie commenced
Ircfuie the iHimiin.c ul such Certificate
ol   IiiipiuvcmenU.
Duted this ^7th tiny ol April, LW1.
0,  ll.  N,   W1LKIE
Take notice that "Kimatd « And
" n United" aftti the eiplratlon
of one month from the lirst publira
tion of this notice t0 npply lo the
ItegUtrar  of   Joint  Stock   Companies
to change il.e Company's dmm    ta
i...|.|ei,  General  Aifencies,   Limited."
Dated at    llcvelntoke, D.  C,      tblt
2l»t day of April, lBll.
Harvey,  MeCarter  ft Pinkham
Solicitor! fur Kincaid      and
Atnleisun.     Limited.
TOW HALK   Kan, Piano, CottUM
l.v-'i, seihng price   lir.n,     Eo'quiM,
•i. Ml, Taylor, Sc-vuud street.
After Supper Sale
No. ns
To-night begins again the first of our popular
"After Supper Sales," which we had discontinued
at the beginning of the Holiday season. Every
Saturday night we will gather up a number of our
most seasonable goods, and place them on sale at
very great reductions from the regular price.
These are not old stock, but the best and most
wanted goods, and the prices quoted begin at 7
p. m. this evening, and last until closing. SEE
About 500 yards of the best and most popular
wash materials of the season, consisting of Shantungs, Poplins, Vestings, etc., in all the new
spring shades. There are no better goods shown,
and this is your opportunity to get your sumnier
wash suits and blouses at a substantial saving.
Regular 35c. and 40c. goods.
To-Night, 25c. Per Yard
Here are your summer gloves at a small price.
Black, white and tan. Regular 40c. and 50c.
To-Night 25c. Per Pair
Nice tarns for the little ones, in white and
blue duck and tan and blue chambray. Reg. 50c
and 65c. tarns.
To-Night 35c. Each
Three hundred yards of the new season's
Madras, ecru and colors. This is 4-*"> and 48 inches
wide and comes in very pretty designs. Nothing
that we could olt'er could suit the season better,
as everyone wants madras. Regular Price SOc.
to 60c.
To-Night Going at 35c
We would advise you to come early before the
best of the selections are gone, but do not come
for these goods before 7 o'clock.
ammmmmXXym^t-^K^'mmW^^mm' .Sfta^XM^M^W^MNAi^livM^k «*K*''1V?ffl
How About A New Suit
Made to Order
Our Spring Samples for Suits and
Spring Overcoats just arrived.
We guarantee a perfect fit, style
and well tailored garments at
fair and honest prices.
MeKinnon & Sutherland
Fit-Reform Clolhing
Foot-Rile Shoe
Yon sal lhe bent"
tii uf the most
modern footwear
when purchasing
Walk-Over - the
leader ol American Footwear.
If ynn hnve not
worn Walk-Over
vou tlo not know
now   comfortable
new PnotWeat cun
lie. Wc Imvc llieni
ill various stylea.
To secure your
patroiiKKe permanently, we have
but to tit .vou once.
McRae Mercantile Co., Ltd.
The Style Shop for Men and Boys Who Know
Ntrawlwrry, enrly nnil lute Cftbbagt
TO  KENT—Bit  Roomed  Hoiis*. cen - cauliflower Bnil tomato plnn'.s.     Tho
trnlU   located to rent at I2B    per strawberry., plants. „rc ifuarantccd.
month.      Occupation April 16th. -I W. H. roTTHl'W,
lie', elstoke General AgcDcltl. I Tbono 06,


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