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 **EmpiP6" Tyjjcwriter
For ease of operation and
perfection in results it is
unsurpassed.    Price $00|
Interior Publisning Co., Ayts.,
Mail-Herald
Visiting Cards
A SPECIALTY
Vol. 18 -No. 21
REVELSTOKE. B. C. MARCH 16 1912
yor PuDlishing Company
P^Vi'.VS AND PUBLISHERS
ri      mm ' mm^
$2.50 Per Year
CUTTING TALK
Pocket Knives
See our window
selection
High Class Goods
40-50 - 75c.
Scissors
ance to get CLAUSS'
«y    line at wholesale
prii-v        '"cry pair guaranteed.
Huy now
(let 1 lest Selection
from
40c. to 75c. Per Pair
SAFETY   RAZORS
Can use Gillette Blades in them, in cardboard box
$1.50 Per Set
Put up like the Gillette, (same cases)
$3.00 Per Set
HON. THOMAS TAYLOR
ELECTED BY ACCLAMATION
Present Popular Member Returns Unchallenged to
the New House-Grand Smoking Concert Celebrates the Victory. J
ai I p.m. Thursday, March Uth, Btay here, thai there hm. beon aomo
nominations were closed, and Return little disappointment In connection
ini' officer w. .1. Armstrong declared wiih tbe railway poliey, but I can
li..ii Thomas Taylor, elected member nssuro you Mr, 1'icsidcni and gentle
lor iin- RevelBtoke Electoral Riding, men, that 1 hail always In view the
by nr<-lniii.ition. Being nominator! by Interests ol your dlstWcl and I al
Vi. Oowan, which wns seconded by ways Innl In view the ■fuel ilmt you
Angus McLean, the nomination being were entitled to further railway rom
ruiiKi'iiii'ii in by m.i'* Lawlor, .1. ll. mutilcatloti (applause) I can assure
Armstrong, Alfred Kenward, Geo. yflu Hint l will do In tbo luture, us
Doll .nnl li. li. McDonald, Iln the past, the very best I can pob-
SMOKING    CONCERT, 'silily  il<> to bring that aboul  at the
lu the evening, thc Conservative earliest possible date (loud apulause)
party antl their Irlends, celebrated 1 can assure you further tlml. I can
tlu' victory nl llii'ii' candidate, al a say honestly tonight, thai nothing
smoking concert, hold iu tin* Selkirk you huve done tn the jiast will bring
Hull. ilnl about, or assist in bringing that i
President   It. Qibbons occupied   tho about,  more than the support     nud
tremendous
Tinned Steel Spoons
Tea Spoons, per doz.
Dessert Spoons, doz.
Table Spoons pr doz.
25c
35c
50c
Shaving Brushes j
Rubber Set "iOc 1
Choice selection at I
15c. uiul 25c
Sheffield Razors
With    safety
introduce
device   to
$1.00
I'liulr. supported  by  prominent  mem
tbc
■onii.lcnec you have expressed
in
Razor Strops
Carborundrum, Neva-hone
Sunasacks, hand-finished,
Good selection,   from
50c. up
LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO.
[LIMITED
Plumbing      Steam  Fitting     Tinsmithing
> <KHHHH>0<>^0<><HM>00<KHKK><HH>0
> Imperial Bank of Canada <j>
) Head Otf1c«—Toronto, Ontario. 0
f Capital Subscribed            - 6,000,000.00 9
? Capital Paid Up             -/     - 5,996.00o.CO 9
Reserve        .... 5,996.000.00 J?
Total Assets,       -      - $72,000,000.00 <J>
Branches ur Agents nl all principal points in (Jau.ulii. (3
Agents in Oreat Britnin  uiul United Hi ,,.-*—London, Kngland, A
Lloyds Bank, Limited.    OhloagO—Eirrt   V« .  .ml Hank,  Corn Ex- V
change National Hank.   Seattle—Seattle N >u.., .1 Built,  Sun Fran- O
cibco—Wells Far^o Nevada  National Ban****.      Sp ikane—Exchange A
National Bank. Y
Savings Bank Department °
currr-
Deposits of $1 and upward, received, and interest allowed at
-out rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
which ttiin followed by
outburst of cheers.
By this time the lun was getting
(nut. nml furious, Mr. Hawker nave s
eong in pleasing baritone. The good
news wiih circulated that J.O, Wood
of Alluu'iii, liml been returned by acclamation. Mr. A:lcn enlivened proceedings with a song and 'dance, followed by 11 spng from Mr. Armtin,
Mr. Duck, Mr, Hooley also contrib-
utiul to the program, and a Himl
skirl on thc pipes [r-om riper MacKenzie, accompanied by an exhibition
ot Scottish dancing from Mr. A. II.
Jones, Tlu' strains of "they are Jol
, ly Rood fellows" drowned the vote ol
thanks ami iiu> audience switched in
to thc National Anthem, bringing to
11 dose iuu' uf iim pleaeanttst evening's ever spent in Revelstoko,
Selkirks Wins Tournament
in tin, linni game ol tbo bowling
l.iiii'iiiiiiu'iit ul Mi'K'iiition'H, tho Sol -
kiiku won trom thr Caledonians, thus
winning tho longue und the Kohl mod-
nis by tho narrow margin bl two
games. Considerable Interest was
aroused in these the final games owing to the standing of the two teams
only oui' game separating them. Hnd
the Caledonians won three straight
games they would have headed thc
league, whilst two games would hnve
tini them for first place.
Thr management announce their intention of running a tournament for
teams to in, composed of two men
which will commence about the 26th
of this month. Considerable interest
bus already been manifested in this
, kind of ,1 league and a full schedule
lis expected. Devotees of the game
j will do well to net their tennis in
enrly so that they run get away with
u good start. There will lie prises
for high score ami high average, besides tbo 1'iizes lor the winners ol
the league. Pull particulars will be
given iu next, Saturday's issue.
cr
PAINT
We have jiist put into stock a carload of Sherwin-
Williams' Paints Including inside and outside
paint in all shades. Varnishes for all purposes,
011 Stains, Enamels, Floor Paint, Shingle Stain,
in fact everything necessary for Paintiug and
Decorating. We have handled these Paints, also
their own make of Linseed Oil for years, and
there is nothing in the market to equal them. If
you want to get value for your money sec that
Sherwin-Williams* name is on the can.
All colors in Alabastine.    Paint Brushes, etc.
BOURNE BROS,
ht
Grocers
Hardware
Plumbing
Jd
Ilie Reason Why
Hon, Thos, Tavwr, Minister ov Pubiic Works
Railway-
Revolstoke Branoh—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
►OOOOOO 0<K><K>0<><K>OK><>0-0<><K><> Q
mi'  today.  (Loud Applause.)     One ot
our good (rienils who Rave us a song
Mr. Uochard.
Mrs. A, G, Crick, First Street
FIRST SHIPMENT OF -SPRING   SHOES
JUST RECEIVED
hers  ol  the  Association.   Hon.  Thos.
Taylor being the gttert Of honor. The
I,,1I  was crowded,  the air was redol-   a lew  moments    ago
e"t with the odor „f the smokes     Of  told  vou     many  things in  his  sun,-.
ee   ,,„.    attraction:   the   program'about thc difference between the, I£
ol  music.      song   and      story   Bowed   .ral  and  the    Tory       Ve are he
smoothly along to „,. accompaniment   happy position .„ the clt, ol Revel
'„   spJ.es  an.1  rrfre.hm.nt..        Tl,   **.  If   mm. to me,  we    ave      no
,ip„,Ue   alf,   eaeh   .UCCerting   lt«,   Liberal,    or      Pones,   we  a e  all  the,
died away In the hum of    convene. -  same and we are all united In     our
/as aid campa.gns were re (ought   Btipport o,  .be  ver,•   bes,   we canI   ,O
and   past   victories  recalled.   A  spirit  Ior the city  und     district ol  Revel -
nt enjoyment and good fellowship i>er
moated ihe atmosphere, it was a
"smoker" nl ttie genuine old style,
Messrs.   Hawker,   lloehurd   and  Mm
stoke.   1 am sure, Mr. President and
gentlemen, that the kind endoreatton
Wbich   you  have  given   me today   and
lbe confidence you have expressed    in
Mrs. A,G, Crick, • First Street
During the LENTEN Season
WH WILL CARRY A I'oMi'i.l.Ti*; BTOCK OH
Al.l, KINDS OP
Fresh Cured and Smoked Fish
P. BURNS & CO., LIMITED
ph,   favored   tbe   audience   with  some   me,   show  the   eeling  which  em na   s
,„;„!   songs  old  and  new.  and    alter   Irom   every   individual   gathered   here
,, sua,,,-  „!  .'.per  McKr„'„es mart-   tonight,   we   Will  Join   hands  am.   en-
u   ,   1    1    ,..,..   <i.n dm wns   deavor to  push  lorwnrd  as  (ast      as
ial miiH.r had died away, the tun was       » ■ , .,
,     «r   1 „„*..„,, with sone   pi'SHiblc,  not only early  railway  con-
Itritt  iroinkr bv  Mi.   l.-iiusnn  Willi bnnj,   • ■*
I    NimoiM.us       Cotes.      whils,   M t.   Uevelstoke    but  evcry-
Mossrs.   llourne anl   Humphreys  rend-   thing   which   we  cun   possibly  can  do
ere,, a  troli,,,,,* and     .-lannnetU' duet , •»   the   interests,,,      .levelsitoke
wish   to  again  eipie-s  my   thanks  Mi
, /   .„ u„„' President   and   gentlemen,   for   the
Following cairn' a speech Irom Hon K
1  TIRED?
THEN A CUP OF
BELL BLEND TEA"
will refresh you with its bright, p ■
llavor ,111.1 Irsgrancy. Sold in 1 lh
Iciiil packsges,
Price, 35c, 40c. and 50c. per Ib.
G. W. BELL
P. O. BOX 208 OROCER & BAKER Phono No. 23
Thos Taylor, alter referring to the F~1 kindness With which you have
„n,'   treatment    I   the ocellcnt  p,o    t'eated   me,   not  only  today    but    at
gram Mng provided. Mr. Taylor eon  all time. rtne.  vc   ad the ho	
n„,„..i      -ri..s ...curs ... ■„.' at    "' tepweenttng you In the legtolature
Of  the   most   pleasant   gatherings    wc'''"""'   ""'I   prolonged    daiisc,
hav.*  ev,*,   I,'i.l  in  the  Selkirk  hall,  a      *«»'  »"   ""l"-''   1"'   """"   "O**
r,, ii    ,„.in..,i   ioi     the  ments. the    program    was resumed,
place      remarkable   imleeil,   lol       in,
     ,,   ,^   ,„.,,,,. i tireat   enthusiasm   wa.   aroused        by
manv   pleasant   evenings.   It   Is   proi,-
„„iy' more pleasing ... ,,„. than any the reading ol . t,-.'gram announcing
cther. pai.icularh In v.ew „, tb. *rt Hon. Pr ee .' ..son had ben
(act that lodaj for the tirst UtM •>«*«> >»' acclamation. Mr. MacKen-
h,,„.   I   bave  bad   th.  bono,   ot  being   *   responded      with     the  Pipes,   Mr.
w,,h vou. vou huve be,,, t i enough Potrie wv  accompUehed display
,„   ,,,    mc   b)   .iMi'lnuiation.        We   "'  buck  and  wing  dancing  ,„  the  ac
bave indeed bad many itrmittotM cam oompantaient ol Mr, Smyttw on tne
,,.,:,;„. togrthei After twelve years Pi*™' A native ol the land of sun-
„* ,,,,, ,.„,.„.... .,: this ndi.ig, ,i ,.- *lw ■'»"' macaroni, plajwd "Cock o
mdeod pleMlng t.. know that my re-|tb« North" on the Italian bagpipe.
tt would seem  that, an explanation
as to why tiie Socialists are not run
ning a candidate in the coming election   would   not   be   out.   of   place     at
this  time.   Mnny   people sin   this   city
are very much disappointed that no
opposition  is     being     ollered to  the
Conservative  candidate,  thc    Honor-
abb' Thomas Taylor,   and      although
they      worked   bard   their  efforts    to
get another man to run as an      Independent   or  l.ilit'ial,  were  unsucccss
(ul.     The     Socialists have been      in
every  election   lor      the      Inst  twelve
years  and  would  certainly  have  been
Iii   line this    time but for the fact
that all  the  lumber camps and    saw
mills nre  at present closed  down and
up to nnv the Petit Bourgeois     of
Reveletoke  nnd   district  hnve  not.  suf
tleiently     recognised the (act      that
they are really  nothing  but slaves to
the  system   under   which   they   strive
to exist.
It. is al a quiet period like this,
however, that one can rellect for a
while and see just how much depends
upon the working man. As stated
above, the lumber camps and saw
mills are all closed down lor the
present with the result that our Pet
it Bourgeois are beginning to wonder what lias happened to the district
an.l in the meantime try to keep up
their spirits by whistling for a railway. Let us hope that the lumber -
jack will soon be ut work once again so that we may lie at rest and
ready lo help him circulate his stake
whenever he strikes town.
The Socialist party's object iu run
ning a Candidate at election tions is
not lor the purpose of gathering in
as many votes as possible,  but as a
means ot spreading enlightenment to
the producers ol all wealth through
the medium of sound propaganda
woik so that when he does vote our
ticket he knows  the reason  why.
This short article has in no way
touched upon the principles of Socialism   but   we   would      point   out    to
those who are Interested In  making
a   study   of   the   system   which   muses
much misery and    unemployment
thai the editor of the Mail Herald
bus kindly     consented to allow     ils
Spat uch   week   for  Ihe   purpose    of
inserting short and Interesting articles on this most Important subject.
LOOAL   SOCIALIST.
chicory FRANCK chicory
Heinrick Franck Sochnp, who have 15 Factories in
the principal cities of fcurope and America, with an
annual output of 110 million lbs., have asked us to
handle their Chicory for the Cits of Kevelstoke. A
trial package will convince you of its purity and
richness of llavor.
PER P/: '.YfcGE. 20 Cents
"''•    We  ha,...
JOHNJSHOE and fc/RE    &   SON
" lines we are it
~d leathers.    W'*~  =
ne famous BO.
Tthers and styles,
JT:
313
FRESH P WS Jjf
'  uosperous,, I
Salmon    S   "here
Halibut  <    *
Cod
Soles
Smelts
Herrings
Crabs
Shrimps
WHITE   FISH
^SJMOKED FliiH
Halibut
Salmon
Cod
Herrings
Bloaters
Kippers
Haddies
Fillets
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
A   Grand Display   of   the Newest
Imported Spring Weaves  Direct
from the World's Fashion Centre
Bifrger and better than ever is
our display of new Spring goods.
Every department is overflowing with all that is new anil
up-to-date in high class apparel
for men-
cor I i- wtlefector; to you, and I
kin.w it must b| to the honorable the
Premier.   tO  kt,..,v   that   I   still   retain
,,,iii confidence In tbe lame manner
an I han  ■''■■!!■   ■■ tbe past.
"Ti». great quertion which has been
before tbe eleetori lor the last two
yfals, has In'cn tin qUetMOU ot railway c,instruction, and 1 feel through
m>   connect       ■•• Iti    tie  people      ol
completely  outclassing  Piper    Mac -
Kci./ie, bringing all the Scotchman
present tO then I'.i with a throe
times encore, and everyone was in
go,.,]   shape   when   tho   President   read
the lollowing telegram irom Premier
McBride,
"Accept  my  thanks lor  return    of
Hon. Thomas Tayloi by acolamation
Wbich  shows citi/in- endorse  railway
Three Candidates at Nelson.
Harry Wright is running as an Independent candidate at Nelson. Ue
handed in bis nomination papers and
deposit  half a minute before the time
fm* rinsing nominations.    He is tho
third candidate In the Held.
McRae Mercantile Co., Ltd.
The Shop for Men and hoys
Prize Eggs for
Early Hatching
111)    i onneciioii        willi    mc   i>i'o*,»ie       ui     ",,..                  .
Rtvataoln,     uuJ     during my short   POlic)  ol     tin*    ,—inuioiit.j'     uud
The Mail-Herald is making out its
accounts against delinquent subscribers, who names are legend.
Watch Wednesday's issue for a special inducement to pay their accounts.
Howson & Co.'s clerks are always
pleased to show you their stock ol
house furnishings whether you choose
to buy or not.
*
lllll   SAI.K   UV
IG. Woodland
E. P. McLean
tot*
Best Strain of Brown Leghorns, single and Rose Comb,
and     Partridge    Wyandotte
Eggs-
P. O.  BOX  181 WEDNESDAY, MAP.' H  I3tli   * ll
THEMAIL-HEEALD,   REVEILSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, MARCH Uth, 19.12
REID ^ YQUNG
New Spring Importations
New Waists, New Ladies' Underwear, Ladies' Spring
Costumes, Ladies' Spring Coats, New Millinery, New
Ready-to-Wear Hats.
A Fine Block
We Invite You to Inspect Our Display
!     I',   It.   Macdonald  bus   now   coinpl.'t
,.,|   ||,,,   al'.llloii*-   I.i**U   ..I   moving     Ilis
big drug and     stationery stock   i
his new block on McKenzie avenue.
This block, which is made ol red
brick is one ,.i the most substantial
: in the city. II is in feel 111 length,
wiin a Frontage ol 2Bfeet, ti hai e
large basement and .8 two storeys in
height.    The   ceiling   Is   of   metal      of
ai-iistie     designs,   A     novel feature
abOUl this store is the attractive gnl
lery which extends along one side nnd
the rear end. This is used for stationery  nnd  books.    There  is un  nl.uii
dance of light which is so essential
to a dispensary. The second lloor is
divided  with four large rooms.
Nowhere in the Interior of Uritish
Columbia can be found a more complete drug store thnn tins one, It
was planned by Mr, Mae.lonal.I especially   (or   liiinscll.
Get Three Months
Methodist Tennis Club
a most enthusiastic and well al
tended meeting was hold in the Meth
o.ll8l church Monday c.cuing, for tbe
purpose of organizing a tennis cluh.
Tbc club will he known ns the Meth
o.iist Tennis t'lub. Considerable in
tereat was taken in bhe election ol
officers,   wbich   resulted   as  follows: —
lion. President- Mi. CF, Landmark
President—Mr,  Han**,   Maxwell.
Vice-Pres. Miss Eva Thompson.
Sec.-Trcusf--Miss   Ethel   Hliic.klicrg.
Committee on rules,     membership,
etc.—Rev. It. ,1. Mclntyre. B. I'nmer
i.n, I'. Painting, M. Adersoii, nud P.
Samson,
Does Advertising Pay ?
As a result ol a single local news
iiciii lieing published once last week
in the Mail-Herald, a Revolstoke real
estate man sold two lots for *$iii*i).
Ilis name can be obtained by ap
plication  to the Mall Herald Offlco,
NO tvfcenPivm
111 I ■   y'h/'     mz£
REID & YOUNG
THE CITY 111 BRIEF
■iei   program ("i   St.  Patrick's   en
i : t.i anient  in this issue,
11! course you will he at  tbo Con -
Bervative   Smokei   tomorrow  evening
Selkirk  Hall,
\i. Ei forth League Boclal will he
given ton,gin ,,t the home ol Mrs.
Blnckbi rg,  Second street.
Don't ■ ii gel tho Conservative
Smoker,  tomorrow  (Thursday), even
• s   :.  Selkirk ball.
..    *   Ro  .-.   Lo Ige,  No.  2G,  K     ol
P., will confer second rnnk tills even
c A fnl! attendance Is requested,
Get   youi   tickets   early   for   the   St.
Patrick's   entertainment.   Now on sale
at   Mar.loiiald's  drug Btore,
St.  Patrick's entertainment,  Mon •
day t'n.  18th Inst., In th..* opera bouse
under the auspices ol     tlu* Dramatic
Socletj  ol  si   Francis club.
Dr. Hamilton, A   K. Kincaid T* i^il
Patrick   and   A.   McRae,   are   expected
to arrive home tomorrow lThursday)
from tbi :   southern trip,
Then hi  a s..nL' service in the
* Metbodist hurcb Sunday evening. \
sho: * will he even on "Who
and What   •■*.,* St    Patrick.."
Reeervi    Monday   nlgbl   lor  the   St.
lot l tl I ta.nm.'lit    ,li   the   opera
use.   Tickets  on  salt   at   Macdon •
Irug  store.
Mt-   H   McKinney, who i*. enjoying
a few dayi .•  at  the coast,    is
,*.;■• cted        ick at the i nd ol      this
week.
eal   Irishman  In a Bure ■ i
ottgb   li sl   pl ...   at   the
honev - honev:
Pui
■ Whin fi."*
liml awfully
Hon
<i li.   i'.i ,..
,,i ibis season ol tin
This is
mi,thin.i
HOME-MADE JAM    >" I iiit-imil quarts, glad
nb-.oliilel\ pure ai
SYRUPS    Pure
m'.i i* to he tli" l«
,1 Will put up,
Mupl
ottle
-.ins. which wc gun
Vancouver, u C, March 11— Ifive
mil of the six charged with unlawful
assembly In thc free speech gathering
in the city Bqiiar i     Jan. -ii wi re
sentenced todaj  hy Judge Mclnnos.
Martin Doyle was  Ihe sixth and   was
acquitted, while Perry Hursl waa glv
en three months from the date of ar
rest. Dennis and Paul Schultz got
three months nlso from dnte .1 their
sentence. James Carson aud William
Roberts got bIx months trom the dute
of si'iitenee.
The   aewrlty   ol   thc  sentences    Bill'
prised the men.  who had pleaded lor
leniency.  Schults and     Roberts     aro
inenibers ol  the  I.WW.
lt   was  staled   hy  tl rown  proBS
cutor after the court proceedings thai
iPettipiece, who was arrestad at the
same time nud who chose a jury lii
nl. at ihe assizes, may change bis
plea and tuke a speedy trial to do-
ci.le his guill or inuocence before the
election. Pettipiece being a Socialist
candidate.
Base Ball Club Organised
Al a meeting of young men in the
Methodist cburcb Monday evening, It
was decided to organize a base bai I
cltlh and enter u team iu Ihe Y.M.C.
A. loaglie, The leain will be known
as  the  J.B.O.  baseball teami
Olllcers wero elected  as Follows
Hon.  Pres.-Mr.  t'.  F.  Lindmark.
Pres.    Key.   R,   .1.   Mclntyre.
\ Ice Pres.--Mr.   I'M.   t'orlcy.
S ..-Tieas. - Mr.   Paul   Samson.
Committee—Messrs.   M.   Anders.ei.,I
Wilton,  It. Bqunrebrlggs and  it.    I
Mclntyre.
Mr.  Will.on was selected  I
tain  of  the  team.
'      ' ft    ij I   |! V
yf.",
' •*$•'. ft!'*1'/
cap
A.  HOBSON,
MacKenzie Avenue
Y. M. C. L NOTES
SPRING    IS   THE
RIGHT    TIME
Then   Mill   can
To silicl .uul in.ilii    ibe   li:*-'. paynienl oil .i  itotllc.
move in and plan a garden, a poultry vanl and all sorts ol thing
during a Summer,    If yon haven   little capital  u,
acquire u home Immediate!;.
would on,in ^^^^^^
m il.e u east (oa you t i
KOOTENAY  AGENCIES  LIMITED
Genuine  Irish  Shamrock  and   green I
Carnations lor  St.  Patricks Daj   .,t
ttosedeue Nursery,  'Phone 395.
Misn Myrtle Robinson was taken to
hospital on Friday. having bad
throe lingers crushed in n mangl.i at
tho laundry. She will nol be likelj
i** :..sm them, but hop, s I,, be out li
u  few   .lays.
Vcsterduy lbe team that went to
Vancouver to try tor tho 13,0. bask
ei ball championship, returned to tbe
cily.   inn' boy*,  were disappointed  In
the   style   of     playing     done   by       tlle
hoys at the coast, as thev were thor
onghly drilled to observe the rules,
while tbe cast team played without
any regard for the rules The local
hoys   were   defeat,'. 1.   the   honoi    going
to tbe  Vancouver  Y.M.C.A..     Ureal
credit is .in,, the Vancouver Y.M.C.A.
..!'* als and members, who spared no
pains to give thc local boys a pleas
anl   lune     line   and   all  express   th.'ill
selves as having bad a very nice trip
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      The entry   blank Ioi   lhc  Arts     and
n  this ri x     mj   sincere thanks Ioi   ,*,,.,. exhibition maj  he had ai any
I*:  --,,,ii-    •;  sympathy     and  time nov,  from tlie Physical  Director
Card of Thanks
1 beg   to extend to the   many tin nds
ADDITIONAL BUSINESS LOCALS
'i'n UKN'T   Furnished house on l-'.o.n
lh Street.   Apply to Mail Henl I.
WANTBD   A   PurniBhed   Room  In  thc
neighborhood  of Cotirl   Mouse.   >.p
I Ij   lo Box  732.
Speeial sale of Cambric ' urscl
Cover Gmbroldorles, regular 35c. only
Joe, this week at McLennan's.
Special Bale of ladies' and clii|M'vns
bos ary, only 25c, per pan . See our
window.—•McLennan  S   i',,
Kinpres- and Vassar shoes, potent,
kind nnd tan, in all BtyleB, only .-.;
a  p    i   at   McLennan's.
Crown Tailoring Company, Limited
Toronto.   Agent    F.  Lcfeaux,   Revel -
stolio.   See Spring .in,! Summer samples.   All suits made to oi ler and III
guaranteed.   Offlco  with   ILN.   Courslor,   Kirs',   street. It.   Mr.13
LAST  CHANCE  POR   FRISK   LAM).
A  reserpatlon ol fertile valley   land
Is now open  iii  Mexico.   Homesteads
Free.   Only  requirement is to     have
live  acres  of   bananas   planted   within
tive years!   An     authorized compnny
will plant the bananas and     market
them    on shares.   Your share  should
bring  $200  per acre  annuafly.     The
Jant.ha Plantation     Co., Hlock 2009,
We have taken the Agency for " Minerva Pure Prepared
Paint," and are in a position to give you a paint that will last
longer, go fai'thei^and stand more wear than any other paint
on the market.
If you are.thinking of painting this Spring, give it a trial.
For buildings inside and outside use "Minerva Pure Prepared Paint.
For shingled roofs use " Minerva Barn, Roof and Bridge
Paint."
For floors use " Minerva Exterior Floor Paint."
For Stain and Varnish Finish use " Minerva Lac."
For cupboards, shelves, kitchen chairs, use "Minerva
Pure Prepared Paint," put tip in convenient  household si/es.
We also handle all colors of Alabastine.
a Moi Doors opei
at 8:30
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M.s- Jean On  formerly ol  Revelstoke j
and  -.*     i ol      '.li     .. :  Mi>     13      \
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•  ria   B.C.
Mr   Pred.  Iir.gcs. the ch • I • rga   -
the Beneolent Ordei
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lands     In the     H'rasei   rivei
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new railway   will ugfa
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Conservative
NOTIOB
1 have now moved inlo my new
premises and 1 lie*-, to notify my
many customers and Irlends thai ul
ter IHtee.n years iu the old corner
'■ian.I I will as ii ual I rj to Bai Islj
,n\ many patroua in the new place.
Call ami see in. when passing, you
ii.'..I  not   huy.    r.   II.   Macdonald.
mole
NOTICE.
The Police havi* i n instructed by
the Oity Council to prosecute all
persons keeping or harboring a Dog
without a lircus... A Dog tbut, is not
north paying a license for is worth
nothing. Taxes can be paid at tbe
Polico Station up to the 17lh Inst.,
after that date action will be lak.mi.
II. M. PARRY,
Chief of Polico,
Ml in, ml.its ol lhc t ..ii-. i
i itii -   i Ksocia'ion .m.I their
d lends arc in\ ill .1 lo .illiml
lhc Smoking l oiici rl in
SELKIRK HALL
Thursday Evening
at 8 o'clock
A Good Prcgpamme
Provided
of the V.M.C.A. All entries must be
In the hands ,,: the Physical Director
■*. Mai h Lull at 10 p.m.. All 0X-
... ,its in* • be In their place not lat
Vpi 1 llth at 6p.m. The en
tblbil Si    tor     the
-: ■.  ..n-i .".c   lor each additional entrj     \nv  lufoimat oi   mav     be
l,ud  from the  Physical  Dlrestoi
Then* u   lew     programs    led,
„i for the asking,
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Death of Mrs. Osborne
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BECAUSE
Real Estate values arc not inflate-,
property i.s sold on its own merits.
tht $25,000,1 too
velopmpnt
•ir year old be wn« ttorked
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BEWH'   DRUG  STORK
L.-idies'   H;ind   Bl
Reduced  Price I
at
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Straw Hat Dye, any color
25c. per bottle
Rexall   Cold   Cream
\w  Chapped  Hands
35c. and 50c a Jar
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25c.  ;ip(l  50c, Kach
SPRING TONICS
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( , lei I   Iron 'loi...
Ulood TaMel's,
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NECKTIES!     NECKTIES!
bews THE REXALL STORE bews
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Spi ing I'r .,
'•rs i>( ■ i'ii.hIi.ln.    .
ire.    Buckskil and cloth,
lon'l overlook
and
voted for railway de-
in Alberta, $20,000,000 is
tributary to Edmonton ami $7,000,000
is bi inj; spcnl in tiie city hy the three
diflerent roads. I'mil a short time ago
Edmonton uas the end of railway transportation, Imi wiih two lines buildiug
through t'1 the Coasl and three to the
deal Peace Kuei country, this cily is
becoming .1 great distributing center,
This greal farming district is attracting
mied interests from all parts tl the
luntry and many new wholesalers are
securing sites for large establishments
in l Imonton, the commercial centre for
thc iv hole mu district.
BECAUSE
Main- Kevelstoke people have already
made successful investments in Kdmonton during ihe past yearor so and you
will fail to find one who cannot realize a
splendid increase in value. The amalgamation of Kdmonton and Strathcona
makes propenv on the south side ol the
river especially attractive at the present
time.
Our property, kn iwn as " Crescent
View," located a' miles from the Kd-
monlon Post Office and commanding a
beautiful view of the Saskatchewan
River, is sure to bring investors ipiick
returns. The new site for die Alberta
col'ege whieh will accommodate 500
pupils, is located inst east of " descent
View " whieh insures a street car line in
the near future and other city improvements shortly,
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CftESCENT VIEW THE BEST
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McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Oitlfittcrs for Revelstoke Men and Boys
BECAUSE
Nearly 1.000 lots hare been sold right in Edmonton during the past three weeks to
people who cun go out and see the property. Several deals of a blocK or more have
luen cloud with Edmon'.on Real Estate operahvs who realize ihat this desirable
Sub-Division it bring scld at extra low prices and will net them good returns. This
nffiie has sold over 100 lots to Revelstoke buyers who may rest assured that they
hnve made the busi buy on the market t .-day. We have a few choice lots left at the
original price which will only last a few days more. Don i put this off. See us at
once.
PRICE,  $150 PER LOT
One-Fifth Cash, Balance Over 18 months.   Special Prices on Blk. and Hall Blk. Deals
J. B. WATSON REALTY COMPANY
E. G. FOLEY. Manager, MacKenzie Avenue
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" Empire" Type writer
For ease of operation and
perfection in results it is
unsurpassed.    Price $60|
Interior Publisnmg Co., Agts.y
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REVELSTOKE. B. C, MARCH 16 191-i
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Visiting Cards
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Pocket Knives
See our window tor a
selection
High Class Goods
40 -50 -75c.
Scissors
% : nnec to get CLAUSS'
*"       line at wholesale
priCv
anteeo.
•cry pair guar-
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Get Best Selection
from
40e. to 75c. Per Pair
SAFETY   RAZORS
Can use tlilletle Blades in them, in cardboard box   	
$1.50 Per Set
Put up like the Cillette, (same cases)
$3.00 Per Set
Tinned Steel Spoons
Tea Spoons, per doz.    25c
Dessertspoons, doz.>>35c
Table Spoons pr do/..    50c
Shaving Brushes
Rubber Set "iOc
Choice selection at
15c*. and 25c
Sheffield Razors
With    safety   device   to
introduce        $1.00
Razor Strops
Carborundrum, Neva-hone
Sunnsacks, hand-finished,
Good selection,   from
50c. up
LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO.
[LIMITED
Plumbing      Steam  Fitting     Tinsmithing
HON. THOMAS TAYLOR
ELECTED BY ACCLAMATION
Present Popular Member Returns Unchallenged to
the New House-Grand Smoking Concert Celebrates the Victory.
At i p.m. Thursday, March 14-th,
nominations wore closed, nnd Return
Ing Officer vi. .1. Armstrong declared
lion. Thomas Taylor, elected member
tor tin' Revelstoke Electoral Riding,
hy acolamatton. lieing nominated by
Vi. Oowan, which wns seconded by
Angus Mil.i'liu. iln* nomination being
consented tn by M.i'. Lawlor, ,l. 11.
Armstrong, Alfred lv on ward. Hoc
Doll nn.l H. li. McDonald,
BMOKINQ    CONCERT.
In tlio evening, the Conservative
party nnd their friends, celebrated
tlio vletory ol their candidate, at a
smoking concert, hold in tlio Selkirk
Hull.
President it. Gibbons occupied tho
chair,  supported by prominent mem-
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Imperial Bank of Canada £
Head Otfic«—Toronto, Ontario. 0
Capital Subscribed            - 6.000,000.00 9
Capital Paid Up             -'     - 5,996.0(X,.C0 2
Reserve        .... 5,996.000.00 X
Total Assets,       -      - $72,000,000.00 £
Branches i,r Agents at all principal points in llan.ul.i. O
Agents in Ureal Britain  ami United HtiH-B—Loud,in, Kngland, A
Lloyds Bank, Limited.    Chicago— Fn*t   V, i •■ml Hank,  Corn Ex- V
change National Bank.   Seattle—Seattle N >u.>r <l Bank,   Han Fran- Q
cisco— Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank..     Spikane—Exchange /k
National Bank. J
Savings Bank Department
Deposit* of $1 and upward,  received, and interest allowed at
current rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branoh—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
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Mrs. A, G, Crick, First Street
FIRST SHIPMENT OF   SPRING   SHOES
JUST RECEIVED
Mrs. A, G, Crick, / First Street
During the LENTEN Season
WH WILL CARRY A COMPLUTK stuck or
ALL KIM'S OP
Fresh Cured and Smoked Fish
P. BURNS & CO., LIMITED
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k  TIRED ?
THEN A CUI' OF
"BELL BLEND TEA"
•will ,,lic-h vim wiih its bright, spicy
ll.m.r Ind h.nt.nn i. S'.hl iu 1 lb,
buil package*.
Price, 35c, 40c. and 50c. per Ib.
O. W. BELL
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. O. BOX 208 GROCER & BAKER Phone No. 93
stay here, thai there has beon some
little disappointment lit connection
with ih,. railway policy, but l can
assure you Mr. President nnd gentle
meii, Hint. I had always ill view the
int Tents nl ynur (listrict and I always  had   in   view  the (net   lhat you
were entitle,I to further railwny com
niunieutiiiii (applause) I enn unsure
ymi that  I will do In tho tuture,   ns
Iln the past, Lhe very best 1 enn possibly do to bring that aboul at the
earliest possible date (loud minimise i
1 can assure you lurther that 1 can
say honestly tonight, that nothing
yon  have done in  the pnst. will bring
I thnl. about, or assist in bringing Hint
about, more thnn the support nud
the eonlidencc yon havo expressed    iu
which vvuk followed by n. tremendous
out hurst of cheers.
Hy this time the fun was getting
fast and furious, Mr. Hawker gave a
oong in pleasing baritone. The good
news wns circulated that J.O, Wood
of Alberni, bad heen returned hy ac
elainntion. Mr. Aden enlivened proceedings with a song and dance, followed hy a song from Mr. Arman,
Mr. Duck, Mr. Hooley also contributed to the program, and a liunl
skirl on the pipes Irom riper MacKenzie, accompanied by an exhibition
of Scottish dancing from Mr. A. II.
Jones. The .strains of "they nre ]ol
ly good fellows" drowned the vote of
thanks and the audience switched in
to thc National Anthem, bringing to
n close one of lhe plcnsantist. even -
ing's ever spent  in  Itevelstoke.
Selkirks Wins Tournament
In the llnal came of the bowling
tonrnnineiil ul MeKinnon'n, the Sel -
kirks won Irom the Caledonians, thus
Winning the league and the gold  ti'i'.l-
uis hy the narrow margin of two
games, Considerable iuterest was
aroused in these the final games owing to the standing of the two tennis
only one game separating them. Hnd
the Caledonians won three straight
games they would bave bonded the
league, whilst, two games would have
tied them for first pluce.
The management announco their intention of running a tournament lor
teams to  he composed  of  two      men
which  will commence about the lilitli
of this month.    Considerable interest
j hus  already   been   manifested   in   this
.kind   of  a  league  nnd  a   full  schedule
Is expeele.l.    Devotees  of the       game
; will  do well  to net theii   tennis     in
early BO that they ran get uway with
II  good start.   There will      be  prizes
lor high score and high average,  be
Bides   the   prizes  for  the   winners      ol
the   league.    Full   particulars   will   ho
given   In   next.  Saturday's  issue.
llie Reason Wlij
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PAINT
We have jiist put into stock a carload nf Sherwin-
Williams' Paints including inside and outside
paint in all shades. Varnishes for all purposes.
Oil Stains, Enamels, Floor Paint, Shingle Stain,
in fact everything necessary for Painting and
Decorating- We have handled these Paints, also
their own make of Linseed Oil for years, and
there is nothing in the market to equal them. If
vou want to get value for your money see that
Sherwin-Williams' name is on the can.
All colors in Alabastine.    Paint Brushes, etc.
BOURNE BROS,
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Grocers
Hardware
Plumbing
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Hnv
it would seem that an explanation
as to why the Socialists are not run
ning a candidate in the coming election would not be out. ot place at
this time. Many people J,0 tbis city
are very much disappointed that no
opposition is lieing ollered to Ihe
Conservative candidate, the Honor-
aide Thomns Taylor, and although
they worked hard thoir eflorts to
get another man to run ns nn Iii.l. pendent or Liberal, were iiusucress
liil. The Socialists hnve boon In
every election for the Inst twelve
years and would certainly have been
iu line this time but for the (net,
that all tho lumlwr camps nud saw
mills nre at  prosont closed  down nnd
up to now the Petit Bourgeois of
Revelatoke and district hnve not sut
heientiy     recognised the fact      that
they aro really nothing but slaves t,,
the system under which they strive
to exist.
Ii is ni a quiet inii,..I tike this,
however, that one can roilect for a
while und see just bow much depends
   upon   the   working  mnn.      As  stated
me todny.  iLotid Applause.)     Oncol   above,   the  lumber camps  uud      MU
our good friends who gave us a song   mills     mo    all    closed down lor tho
a few moments    ago,     Mr. Bochard,   present  with  the result that  our Pot
many  things in  bis song,   it  Bourgeois arc  beginning  to  wond-
chicory FRANGK chicory
Heinrick Franck Sochne, who have 15 Factories in
the principal cities of Kurope and America, with an
annual output of 140 million lbs., have asked us to
handle their Chicory for the Citv of Kevelstoke. A
trial package will convince you of its purity and
richness of llavor.
PER P*'""**GE. 20 Cents
JOHN (
RE & SON
Tims. Taylor, Minister of Public Works ash Railways
hers of the Association, Hon. Thos.
Taylor being tho guest ol honor. Tho
ball was crowded, the air was redolent with tho odor of thc smokes     of jtold  vou 	
peace and satisla. tion; the program |about thc difference between the Lib- er what has happened to the district
Of music song nnd ' story flowed era! and the Tory. Wc aro in the and in tbc menntim,' try to keep up
smoothly along to an accompaniment happy position In the city ol Revel - (their spirits by whistling for a railed speeches and refreshments. The stoke it seems t.o mc, we have no Wftjr, |.,.t ul hope llmt the Umber-
applause after ouch succeeding Item, Mtaerals or Tories, we are all the jack will sunn he nt work oui*,' Ig
died nwny in the hum of convcrsa - same nnd we nre all united in our „,„ so that wo may Im at rest and
Hon as aid campaigns were retaught support of the very host wc can   do(rcady lo help him circulate ins stake
and'past   victories  recalled.   A   spirit   lor  the eity   und      district  0<   Itcvel      whenever  he  strikes town.
stoke. 1 am sure, Mr. President aud The Socialist party's object In run
gentlemen, that the kind endorsatlon ning a candidate at election times is
wbich you have given me today and not fur the purpose ,,f gathering in
tbe confidence you have expressed in ' as mnny voles as possible, but ns a
phy favored the audience with some mc. show the feeling which cmenntes j means of spreading enlightenment to
good songs Old nnd new, nnd niter from overy individual gathered here the producers ol all wealth through
the strain- of Piper McKenzios mart- tonight. wt' Wl" J""1 '"""lB ""' t'" "'" '"'"-"'"i of sound propaganda
ial music had die.l away, the fun wns deavor to push forward us lust as work so thnt when l.o does vote our
kept going by Mi*  Lawson with song   possible,  not only early railway con-picket he knows tho reason  why.
of enjoyment and good fellowship per
moated the atmosphere, it wns a
"smoker" of the genuine old stylo,
Messrs.   Hawker,   Pochard   aiid   Mur -
This  Hhort  article   has   it      way
touched   upon   the   principles   of   Sort
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^        .   alisin   but  wc   Would      point  out     I,,
iwish  to again express my  thanks Mr I those  who are  intcrc-lcil  iii   making
and      humorous     anecdotes,      whilst  Struotton Into Uevelstoko,  hut evcry-
Messrs. Bourn* and Humphreys rend- thing which wc cai ssiidy can do,
,*„•.!  a  uo!,..n.   and     clarionet** duet,'"  the interests of     Itevelstoke.        I
in mm  ^^-^^^^^^^^^—^^^^^^^^^^^^—^^^—
Following  came  a   speech from Hon   I"™"'1'"1    u"'1     gentlemen,    for    the   a Study of  Hie   system   whirl,   causes
Thos    Taylor,   alter   referring   to   the   !«*•*   kindness   with   whieh   you   have f so  much  misery  nnd      unemployment
floe treatment and the exoellent pro-  treated ne, not only todny, but   af
gram being provided, Mr. Taylor con a" '"u'"'   "»''■ I have had the b	
tinned.     "Tbis occurs to me as one'1'' representing you m the legislature
of the mosl pilar.iiit  gatherings   we
have over  held in  the  Selk rk   hall,  a
place remarkable indeed, for the
many pleasnut evenings. It is probably more pleasing to mo thnn any
other,   particularly   ...   v.cw   of      the
(Loud  and   prolonged  applause.)
After au Interval lor more refreshments, tin* program was resumed,
iinai enthusiasm was arouiod by
the reading ol a telegram announcing
that   Hon.   Prioe   Kllison   hud       Ireen
fact     that     today for the tirst time jeloctcd by acclamation, Mr. MacKen
sinee i have had the honor of being |*>« responded    with    the pipes, Mr.
with you. you have been good enough
to return mo by acclamation,      vie
bave indeed hud many strenuous cam
paigns  together,      Alter twelve  years
of representation ol tins tiding, u is
Indeed pleasing to know that my record i- satisfactory to you. und I
know n must i,c to the honorable the
Premier,   to  know   thai   I   still   retain
\ our   confidence   In   bhe   same   man.iotas   1   Iiave   .lone   ill   the   pust.
"The gnat ,|iicsli..i. whieh has  hcen
before the electors for the last two
y-eais. has Seen the question of rail-
w.u Construction, and 1 fool through
my   eonneetioli       uitll   'he   people       of
RsvslatOkS,     und     during my short
that    tl llloI    of   lhe       Mail llei.,1,1
has kindly Consented to allow us
space eaeh week lot the purpose ol
Inserting  short   and   interesting    ar-
i.ei.'H on in.-, most. Important  rah
.i... t.
LOOAL  SOCIALIST.
Petrie gave aii accomplished display
of buck and wing diiueing to lbe ae
. oiiipuiiiineut of Mr Smythe ,,.. tbe
piano.   A  nutive ol  lhe  land of  sun
shine  and  macaroni,   played   "Cock o'
the North" on tbe Italian bagpipes,
' ipletely  outclassing  Piper    Mae -
KenxiS,   bringing  all  the      Scotchman
present to then feel with a throe
times encore, and everyone was in
good   shape   when   the   President   read
the lollowing telegram from Premier
McBride,
" \eeepi   niV   ih.itikh   f,,r   return     of
Hon.  Thomns Tayloi   hy  noeluniat ..>n
Wblcb  shows citizen dorse  railway
policy of     the     yu.Mriiiiiciitj'      aud
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FRESH F"
Salmon
Halibut    "*
Cod
Soles
Smelts
Herrings
Crabs
Shrimps
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WHITE   FISH
SMOKED
Halibut
Salmon
Cod
Herrings
Bloaters
Kippers
Haddies
Fillets
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
A   Grand Display   of   the Newest
Imported Spring Weaves   Direct
from the World's Fashion Centre
Bigger and better than ever is
our display of new Spring goods.
Kvery department is overflowing with all that is nt'W and
up-to-diiie in high class apparel
for men-
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Three Candidates at Nelson.
Harry Wright  is running as nu In
dependent candidate at Nelson.    He
ban.led Iii his nominal mu papers and
doposii  hall a minute  before the linn
lor closing nominations.     lie is the
third candidate In the Beld,
Tin* Mail Herald Is making out, its
accounts    against   delinquent    »un-
sei-iheis,      who     names     are    legend.
Watch Wednesday's issue for .. spec
inl      liidiieement      to    pay   then     uc
counts.
llowson & Co.'s clerks nic always
pleased to show you then stock ol
bouse furnishings whether j oil choose
to  buy  or uot.
McRae Mercantile Co,, Ltd.
The Shop for Men and Boys
Prize Eggs for
Early Hatching
*
inu M,vi.r. hv
E. G. Woodland
E. P. Mclean
SS2
Best Strain of Brown Leghorns, single and Rose Comb,
and Partridge Wyandotte
Eggs.
P.O.  BOX   181 SATURDAY    M \ii' il  li
TELE MAIL-HERALD,  REVEILSTOKE
BATUHDAV, MAItcil  iiiii,  19111
r=^
Some Snaps in Local Realty
House and Two Lots on MacKenzie Ave $4,100
House and Lots on First Strei:t  3,500
House  and    Lot,  South-West    Corner
Douglas and King Street  1,500
House and Lot. Fourth Street  2,850
GOOD BUYS!
EASY TERMS!
<L
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
Zbc fl&alMberalb
PUBLISHED  WEDNESDAY.   AND
SATL'Kln'l   \T
REVELSTOKE. B.   C.
Sntcrtot pubtlflbtna Company,
Limited
K. JOHNSON,  Mana ;ei
31 ,.i ToN,  Editor.
t
RALPH  G
SATURDAY,  MARCH  16th,  1912
lh.
Ti *•  , led * .   ol   the   Hon.   Thom u
i*  , .   nsi rvatlvc    andidate,    hy
*'   which  was  predict
el Irom tbe outset in these columns
[a ..   • ,.,.; days work done !"i  Bevel
: District      II  ensures thai
in the next parliament  wc shull    be
n ; *,..,* iied    by  .1  supporter  ol    the
Mi Br dc   k-..v, rnment,     aud  further
,.       that in tl,.   person ,•'. Mr. Tay
the dual   position    ol
-.: Railways and     Public
v.    ■-.     Revelstoke     will possess   n
:..   ilxhlblts i."t  delivered
.ii.   * pec ili .1 will be refu ■ I.
i. Th. competition Is ... en i i nnj
hoy li\ Ine .ii the city Ioi fix moni lis
who hns no) reached his Il'l li ,, rili
dny.
7, Tv,.. entries In ,i cl iss w ili ' *■
nei cssai y lor compelll	
S. ,\il collections must *,' I ■■• pro
pertj ol exhibitor. All othor c.'uss en
tries   must   he  the  work  ,( o.'hilatof.
'•. No ii.inn's w ill he p'.ac id i n exhibit until after the .In,Ice's decision
but n  nunil.T  Will   he  pine 111  i
shibit,  an-1  the same nnmh n
I.,   exhibitor   ninl   kepi   *. *ei*,*t
alter  .1 ii.1l-.''s .l.'eisi,,,,
lu.  Any   ml,,1 niation   require
bad trom Percy  K. Giftord,
cal Director ol tho V.M.C.A.
An ndmiBslon fee of 26 cents (,*r
adults and 10 cents tor children will
1,.   charged,
The •■ntry loo lor exhibits Is 25
• ■e its :..i tlie tirst entry un.l live cents
for each additional entry,
I'.M'll
until
*l   n ny
I hysi
\o    tw<
entries   will  be received
powerful   ,iv..,at.* nlili   Irom h.s seat from the same  boy  In any one   Bee-
:n th.     ■   nei  as  well  as  by  virtue tion,  though he muy exhibit  In any
personal  i ipncity   to put  be- or all Bee tions In uny or all classes
low   thi   government   In au adequate a pass good tor ono .admission each
maniier. the claims and requirements 'a*   will  be.given to euch exhibitor
-   .1 strict.
The unchallenged return ..[ our pop-
iiim mem   r    b a tribntc .-.like     to
personality, and   to the
good w.,rk he has done for this citj
end   llstr ct  ... tbe twelve  years   he j
cot  tltucncy    nt
Vlctorl      .- .    s a  sufficient   answei
: * ■  a,   -     hia
progress,vi   policy  may  have  earned
I ■ ■  tins :. ling
Evi ■    ' id lieen fore -.1 up
upon   the   ■ 4kt ben     the   result
• ■ ■:-. ■<    same
electiol aee^nat.. ■ Ing
the -   val   .'I   the   past
reci.r I   nd i onfldence
• ■      m •.-          s
■  •   . ti„* Conserva
party her.-   •    thi   McBrid.   gov
ernmi   - is a  promlnenl
Hi n, Thomas
• himself
nile un blank li>rm
for the asking) j
hysicnl  Director .
Inter thnn  Mnr. I
I
in their pine
April   llth !
EOGEWQOQ NEWS
The new portable warehouse Is uow
complete nml Is lllllng n loug fell
want on tho wharl, Bmall shipments
muy now  be Left  under cover.
.Mr. W .1. Banting is putting ou
Lhe ttnlshlngs 1.niches to his new
store,   hy   way   ..I  sidewalks.
Ali.   w.  Williams  was tho delegate
Irom Bdgi w I a I  the    Conservative
convention hold at Nelson, he return
iai ..ii FYldaj, March 8th.
Miss PorgllBon, "I Van lloillou
Creek, stayed over Friday uight, she
wus on her WBJ I" Nakusp for n vis
it.
Mr,  John  Bluck,     chief    provincial
constable,  was I n n visit     lasl
Wednesday.
Mi. A. Oornish ol Nelson, wns the
guosl nl Mr. and Mrs, til l.nnyon on
Prtdaj   lust
Whal happened the mall bag lust
Wednesday, no one knows except thut
It tlld   not  eome
Mrs, McLean Irom Vrrow I'ark, was
*u town lasl  week, tiie guest ol Mi
an.I   Mn;    MrKalian.l
Mr. I,, c. Morrison and Mr. Jns.
Casorso, left here bound for Oroville
Washington,
Ou Friday, March -th. Mrs. Hughes
iitiIm.I her friends to u party held at
ihe la.me ol Mi. and Mrs, Blakeman
Among the guests were Capt, W.
Wright, Mr. I'a,1,1.n. Miss 1). McOtrt
Iiiinii. W, Jowott, W. Williams and
others. During the lirsl part ol the
evening games were played, alter
which au excellent assortment off refreshments weie served. Then followed selections on the piano nml violin
hy Miss M, Rawlins and Mr. Wake -
man, thfl lattci showing much talent
na .*. violinist, and of course every
one on tho lake knows Miss Rawlins
as a crackerjack on tho piano. Songs
were also sung by Messrs. vv. Bayer
and Blakeman nnd Miss ll Jowett In
a pan. Bong. Mr. Blakeman wns up
..ii th.. it..i,i* twice with u step tinnce,
receiving much applause, Mrs. Hughes also recited,
Mr. F. Blakeman is busy buil,Imi;
bis new house, in* has live lota along
llie   Needles  road.
On Saturday, March 9th, Mr. nnd
Mrs. tl. Davis gave a small card putty, wlust and live hundred were play
ed until midnight, then aii excellent
-upper was served to the guests, who
wen' ns follows:- Rev, A.p. Durrant,
M.ss Fl mains, Mr. and Mrs. Nash.
Mrf and Mrs. Conway, and Mr nnd
Mrs.   I{.   til.   Lain on.
The Kam,ers' Institute met on Bat
urday, March 9th. Tin* meeting n*
well attended Mi. V. Joweti wns in
Mr.  Hi.1.1,s, see treas. read
W
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Sl Patrick's
Entertainment
Opera House. Monday March 18, 191
PROGRAMME
' PART  I.
1. oVlvKTtki; "Irisli Airs".   McMuhon's Orchestra
J. Siil,(>....   "Iluslii-cu" Miss Blanche McCiirh
3, IM'l-JT "rhe Piccaninnies''	
Miss llylu 'fomlinsoit .m.I Muster frauds llunrnu
■I. I'.\R.\l.Ll*;i. BARS   C.X ninastic Display Tlie I'lve Slmiurocks
.S. Siil.t. "Valley ol l.nugliler"      MissPruncesLuwson
6. QUARTI5TTK "Killiirncy'	
Mt'sibuni   innl .md Hews, Messrs. Allen nml Lawrence
/. IIit',11 BAR   C,mn.isiii■ iiispiuv   The l'lve Shamrocks
PART 11.
nVKKTI Ki    Selections  McMnhon's Orchestra
•• Don Paddy de Bazan"
An Irish Farce
CAST:
PATRICK MAC,I IRR, *i!in*. Ih.ii l'ml.'*, de Hu/nti    l'i.-ml, I  Aulersoll
LORD M WiiK nl*  III 111.IN VV. .1. 1'iascr
SIR CHAS. CAl'Ml'LOWEK J. Arthur Caley
Cl, \Kl*.l"l'.\    .  Miss Kathleen 1'rusei
CAPTAIN up  Till' i.l AUD William i'.aiiil.ii i
SOLlllURS       M. vv. Mulaven, I'n.I Gibbs
SYNOPSIS:
Scene 1    Cipsy I'niiip,    Dou I'nilil) plays the Call.ml.
Serin* 2    Pi is. ii     "Hul ..I llie (ning pan inlo the lire"
Scene 3   Courl Vnril of Prison.    "Where is my Husband?"
Scene-I-  Room iu Prison,    A uinlrimoniul inixup.     "A strange
wetlding and n grave execution."
.Sen,* 5   l,ord Mayor's Ollice.     Little Molly's  evidence.   Don
P.ulily Ini ns t >i|".\.
GOD SAVE THE KING.
ION
1.1C. fl. NATES
188   is   Illid
which  will  the choir
ip.m. on days  Bome   Interesting  correspondence    re-
Inter.     Tw,.  gnrding telephones,   Mr.  Jordan  uls.i
cek. This is r   gave Information concerning est    of
thus,*   business   installation,   Mr   u     v    Calder.    VV.
end tht   "ther  Bull and ii   Sa-h were select!
Tuesday  and  committee     to   organize ., company
SO ti    IS   .   Install a  telepbi ■ ■    yat m  lol
... i   the "Ci   who would take up thi   mattei     and
w..,,.l ai,*'     Fire \ allej     Mr    '
estimated  thi   cost  **■   outlaj   I
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Mi   !'...*— ■   y.*
,  vei *.   inst      ■ :t ure on Pi
col Poultt •*.    ;. ■    •
A telephone service from Robooii lo
Nakusp, cheaper freight rates In m
Revelstoke to points on the Arrow*
Lakes, a railroad from Rovolstoko
along the Columbia river to R.ibBon
are sume ,,f ihe many Improvements
the enterprising settlers are looking
forward to.
Mr. Mole has returned Irom Kelson
after Bpending the winter there.
The Dramatic clih on Raster Mun
dnv night, Apr*.! >tli. will present the
creai three act comedy, "Captain
Racket." The following is thc caste
ol characbei
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any  mure  liberties  «   '
exhibits than an sntln
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Hdence that every .In*,
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Judges.
Judges nmy use th'tr o».n dime!
ion   in   fiviiit"   1st .  Hnd.    Ird.     ot  1 ■•
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any  men  who cannot   .-•'
tbc  morn 1 1
:    Those who are wise will keep   Vpril  line-breeding
;•      rom all oth. '    '    '
as this Is going I ' ,th
•vii    Something  new is to      h Mr.
: t. ,1  this  ■*.
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- Irom   putting
me side split in    1
money to gi the new school oa 11
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BUHTON CITY NOTtS
Pin i.m City  Notes       1111   kkl*. tJQQy
Carpenti rs havi' started on     Raiph
C:.;s    new  house,  and it   is  rumored
Hi.*   adj.,,111111,-   lot   Is   reserved   l,y   .1
Llnoss for tho Bnnrc purpose,
i'leiio.'s of prosperity are lhe sounds
of the hammer, Messrs. Williams new
huiise is going ahead rapidly Oscar
Sunstrom has got a splendid new
house adjoining the Columbia Valley
Rond,  Gcorgo Unu,bury  is building n
new     residence   adj. ig   the   All.aid
Estate, J. li. Purler is i.usy hewing
logs [or 11  new residence,  Messrs  McLean  have     moved     Into their new
( house on the Reveller Estate.
Messrs. Richardson and Bratton are
busy  sounding  navigable  depths    ;i
.Min.I Burton.
v.  A.  Burton, Ralph  Islip  ivei *   *'. :
egntes  to  the  Conservative convenl
1..11   at   New   Denver.    VV.   Hunter     be
[np  the  conventional  choice.
The dance given her, to the 3. 8.
Kootenay crew, wns une ol those nice
socialable  family  affairs,  Ajoyed  by
\ *. j "ne present,
Burton City Farmers' Institute ,,i.
getting In a carload of powder. Two
of the directors advancing the iiccts-
■aiy  money.
A masquerade ball will bc held ln
the ..pern houso In Burton on Mrrch
22nd
EAST UNO WEST ARROW PARK
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1111,rb.   Thes,   .el-, appeared    n   Wed
Impel   and     * ■   '1 ■ ai-.1:.v
morning lasl   Mr   ('rei  1     icel .-d  In
inm: .1 letter icfeii ng to the ad
' *'"   M*rti -• mei t '"i im.' ' 1   it has
take   place   when   timst   einvei   '•'   tl        ,i(...  ,„., p.    ,   <[,._]   *.Vln,  tl,.    .  1 .,(
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BUSINESS LOCALS
bear Central Bchool.—
i>  II.  N. Cuius,er.
Il • I
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tb.      letter    f.,1     thll     IIH. '
Un Ills mm.viiI at ii, • lj»re thi
-nine rnuitilmr be lound 11 boy unit
Ing to lake     the Jon n«  adv ,       tl
!„ 'Thus 1. sin.-le  Isstlt ul this papei   -
 '-1 i'he.,..u.e.ini t-iH'iits Iron IUU'
(ji , 1 •     tors lot any cause,
small  ads.
■ i,.ke lasl
1  nl  I
building .1 this
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clearing    the    bnlanoi
      ami  will,  no doulrl.
'      Ml   11 tl     I
Aii Episcopal church Ib to bc
i* 1 on tho going of 1 lit 1
other   1 .enl   .mpi,.*   in.*
Mnny tree .  were Aatnagi il  *. ■   high
sruw   tins  winter,   and   -ictllers       Kill
no duiii.t profit i,y tbt expoi lenci
in tin* tiii'ue head iii'-n trees hlgbi 1
\  , ...i, 1 v  Ioi   I..* al product ..1   Ss
IttlSp     i*ll    lai liilalM    Hie    ni,'I ' ol
.,1 small liu.i... npploi   mil ol hSl I 1
eb j./" inn* al  tbi   v. ton 1.likes
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tbi    uiu' oon
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*,*,*s in the       forth
•cured  ii.
■ crenilt
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■ do.1 in*'    getting
i,r 1 ni-  opening,
It     will    he     '*      MMI V
NO  WASTE  THERE
V in.in living ill Ue.il luki  lue. a   I'ailll   oil which   he   la'.-cil
I. 1* nne li***'   iiiiiI wua preparing to kill Ihem.
Wu will miiku "luuu, bacim, I.inl. snusnKC, heiiil cheese .ml
scrnppll',' he uliliounccil lo Ins iiiliniilnj; lauii'y, ninl u-c
, ci r) thing Iml lh I M.|ii.*,il
Thnt nighl his son cullcil ul llie Music Stun*, McRcuxic Ave,
liouglu .ni i.li uu l'li..ii.,*..*i:ipli; when In* arrived liomu lie lohl
in , latin 1 Unit lliui .-..nl.I now keep the squeal us he li.nl gui
lhu onlv instrument ol which anyone uud everyone cun iiiake
Record
Rovolstoko Music Store,   ■   J. Bingham, Prop
tweed   1 ants,   $1.50  per pair
.1  Mclntyi
■* .,1. .   . ::,   ...1 1
*: Vlu . .   ..lure,
llir,       ;. * ell      good       weal Ing   gloVOS
.    *      1 *,     I.i*,   ..  : he
11 In   dwellings
(1 and Third    tree!      11.  N.
.ine  enndiet     11
" I ' *       ' Ml
,.   m.-.m. . i.ly
.'■  1..   uai
. .1 house
!,       11,
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pCI    pa   1
'.'  ( ..
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Carpel I      one   ' oroo  *
,1 k Is picked ovei
i  .   tent,
kind ;.   .,,     ,.l I IM,    ""
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ll,. 1 1 1 ompany  requi il    tha
.    ,,,*r  theli  nturk     oi
* .fuie     pUI
111 ..1* ne    Butfar   Bowl lor
.ii icolates your    ■   ■
reethearl  will aprrtclate
it
Hov   m      1 .. 'h clerks ai    fl
pii isoil 1      im vi,,, their stuck   ui (
house itiniishingi whether ) ou cboo *.*
I,, buj   **'   1 ,1
Rosedene Nurseries
Revelstoke. B. C.
House Plants, Ferns, etc.
Cut Flowers, Roses, Carnations, etc
Thos. Newell, Prop.
Designs Box 51
Phone 295
FURNITUR
We carry a complete stock of
Furniture, Carpets, Linoleums,
Oilcloths, etc. Get our prices before purchasing elsewhere.
R. Howson & Co., Revelstoke, B. C.
CTJT   PLOWEES
W't* are spccinli/iiiR lu ill vaHeticB in Season
ni Cut Flowers, Our showing is uusurpassed•
t. ome ami inspect ii-i  youi Belf.
FUNERAL DESIGNS A SPECIALTY
REVELSTOKE NURSERIES
\V. II. I'OTTHL'l'l',  MuiiiiRtr.
On South Road, Half a Mile from Town
"W-A-JSTTEID ! Is^LEIST !
Merchants, householders and others
road evory «.,i-,l ol this advertise
ment an.l note ..ur list ol Bpeclala
[or February, [or this is Vour Op -
iiurtnnit, to save money by placing
your iiiilet's now before the rush ol
the Bpring Season.
To Men ham - rt e can lill your re
quirements tor Bbowcuses, counters,
mouldings nnd turnings ol all ,les
crlption, drawers, filing enbtnets, ofllce desks and stools, shelving and
partitions, plain and tancj sheet
i;luss, etc,
To Householders and Others— This
your chance to get all kinds ot in-
terlor finishings, hot bed sash, mould
ini;s,    cupboards,     kitchen cabinets,
tables and sluuls. sinkl,minis Klu'lv
Ing, sibling doors, paint, vnrnish nnil
Uais.inline, roollngs, building papers,
window and picture glas , etc.
Material and Workmanship are tbo
best, and "in prices ara the lowest
possible. All orders, whether lnrgu
ui small, iei* ive prunipt attention,
Estimates f,,r all kimls ,,( Construct
lonal Work, Freely given. I'hone lie, 1
, 1 write ns, P. 11. liu.s ^tir,, better
still if possible, pay us a personal
visit.   We ahall  be glnil to see you.
The Revelstoke Sash and Door Factory
GEl 1. I). Ml V\V, I'rop. Phone Ko, 261
'. O, Bo«   9
People of Revelstoke, Do Not Be Downhearted
We have the Resources. Capital will come to us
BOOST!    BOOST!
In the time of Peace, Prepare for War.
Now is the time to place money in Revelstoke.
Do not wait for the coming raise.
Call and See Me Before Investing.
W. B. ROBERTSON
iui YOU OWN PROPKUTY in Bdmonton ' Sen.1 ns Descrlpl Ion,
i,e„i pi ice and terms lor quick 1 alo.
WMHTBRN CANADA rltul'KH'I'IKS
l.l.MI'I'Kli, BDMONTON, ALTA.
Crown Tailoring Company, Mmlted
T Hu     Agent      F     l.eleaux.   Itevel
atuhe. See Bpring and Bummoi 1 n
plei      \ii i ulti   made to ordei  and 111
. .i.e.mi. m.i iiibi-e with 11.n. Cours
ler,   i*'*imi    11.1 it.   Mr.i.i
Don'l     .1 ,1   11,,*    [1, h    tea    and
'.,!*!, t     mi Muii,lay, March
ISth,   1 landsome     pi Isi •  ■* ,11  be aw
arded  the luck)   guessers,
See the  Uevelstoke    Nurseries   lor
'' .1    I'l". . 1        I'liulie   56, t.   e.
n ,v- Co, hnve tin* largest
stock "i wall paper in the city; see
thoir stink before purchasing eUe-
wbcre,
.1 dlspluy ol mui tresses   and
11 Iding      <   third   ul ymir life is
si'Miil in bod, why not spend it in
."mi..11 on ui f Howson's felt mat
Mi      llousi op 1 leaning old
lamp 1 hlmney   semi (or one ol
ual   new  In.   .'anille   power  white     lltllt
burners, cul tbe coupon out 111 our
big ml in this papei today, National
i,i*-ht Oo.
*     le    .It     llll* ll ISh
tea  on  Monday,   March  1 -th. and  see
ui grand   I   plaj "I bome made delicacies,   ni,.. re.,1 old-fashioned potato Cakt .-oi've.l  w-.tb the tea.
Mei 1 me at iln* Bavoy.
why Uu ihe buys always buy their
wagons ui  Howson's,     Because they
always  get   what   they   want.
ThO  Irish  lea   ..ii      Monday  evening
next the 18th Inst., at si French
Hall, will in* well worth attending—
Don'l nuns it
MUSIC Miss Johnson, pupil .>( A.
Miller, F.R.A.M., London, is prepared lu take a limited numlier ul pup-
au* tuition 111 niiinii'. Kor terms
a, ply iit the reaiilenco ot J. K.
Johnson, first house weBt ot the hos-
pttal,  First street.
Luml)
umDermen
It will i>ay you to
make a cj^II at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -   Revelstoke, B. C.
Iief'ire buying ymr out-
lit of irorking clothes
(ur the hush. I make a
speciajty "( Logging
Slioei, Pants. Sox. Shirtn
Bliuketi snd everything
required iu youi busiotNi
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THT3H nvn^iL HZEriJLr.r>, reyelstoze
SATURDAY,  MARCH  16th,  1912
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1 UNIT OF BIG TERMINALS
TD Bt BIT AT OliCE
C. P. R. Will Spend Over Half
a Million on Coquitiam Improvements During This
bummer.
("World," Keb.  M, 1912)
Oue completely equipped UUlt ol
the mammoth uew Coquitiam term -
Inai acheme is to be constructed by
tbe Canadian Pacillc Railway during
tbe coming spring und summer, according to an announcement made
todny by Mr. Ueorge J. Uury, vice-
president und genernl manager of the
O.P.R., who is in tbo city ou au inspection trip of improvements thnt
are contemplated in the West geDor -
ally,   und   Vuncouver   uud   Coquitiam
in particular.
The expenditure that is lo bc mude
this yenr alone in Coquitlum in tbc
installation und erection of oue unit
ol tbe company's terminul plant will
amount to over $600,000. But that
will be ouly a start, Mr. Uury declares. The entire big terminul scheme is laid out in units, to bc constructed as the increase of tralilc demands. The lirst of these units,
which is to be completed next (all,
will comprise a round bouse, about
25 miles ol tracks, car repair shops,
paint shop, machine shop, temporary
bunkhouse for thc men, coul bunkers
and such other minor buildingB and
equipment as are necessary tor the es
tablishment ol terminal facilities on
such a large scale.
Eventually there will be four or live
units, aud about ninety-five miles ot
tracks at the company's Coquitiam
terminals. But It bas all been designed on the unit principle, and the
units will be added aud the terminal
facilities increased as tbc growth of
commerce and trattie warrant it, Mr.
Bury emphasized the fact that iu establishing these terminal facilities at
Coquitiam the company was planning
not only foi wonderful growth and
demands of Vancouver's world-wide
commerce during the nest tew years,
but even what the commerce may increase to when thc large proportion
ol the trade thut is expected to follow the opening ol the Panama Canal is directed this way.
Have You Money to Invest?
I made Five Hundred
Dollars for Clients who
took my advice about
Coquitiam last week.
SEE ME AT ONCE.
DON'T DELAY
John D. Sibbald
Agent Royal Financial Corporation, Ltd.
OFFICE   OPEN   EVENINOS
HOW FIVE MILLION
DOLLARS WILL BE
SPENT THIS YEAR
Details of C. P. R. Expenditures Between Vancouver and Field—Railway to be Double-tracked Out as
Far as Hammend—Arrangements
for Busy Season's Worlc in Yards
at Coquitiam
"Province,"  Jan. 81, 1912).
Approximately fo.OOO.tKHi will be
spent by thc Canadian I'acilic Railway Company during the present senior Improvements aud uew construction work on its main line and Hunches west ol Field, ths easterly boundary of British Columbia division.
This ia an authoritative statement
received from Winnipeg by 'he tper-
ating nnd engineering -departments ot
the  railway  company.
DOUBLE    TRACK    AT    MAM.UON'D.
The line between liamm.ind and
Vancouver is to be douiile-tracl.'i'd at
an  expenditure  of  about  IT,',00).
AT    COQUITLAM    THK   LAHGU8T
KXl'UNMTCRE  WILL BV, MMJB*
Here tbc company has decided to
put into operation a part oi their
extensive pluns for making thi6 one
of thc largest terminals in thj Uo -
minion. The full development oj the
terminal site will not be accomplished at once, but the appropriation
this yenr is sutlicient to keep large
crews ot men at work tor the year.
A twelve-stall round house is to be
constructed in addition to a coaliug
plant and water service. Twenty-live
miles of track tor yard purposes will
be laid this year and everything done
to provide Coquitiam with complete
terminal  fncilities. An    industrial
trunk line from the yards into the
townsite is to bc surveyed in the
course ot a short time, and will be
constructed in connection with tbe
other Wi •'     •   Coquitiam.
T \fic«ordance    with
th . he  municipality
"I j be built.     Tbey
a \ the eastern end
■Viperty    on    thc
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UWI Will III
Maintenance Gangs
New WestminBter. B. C, March 15.
—With u view to giving the roads of
the province more attention than
hiiB l>een the case in past years, the
department of public works bas provided lor thc establishment ol maintenance gangs, which will be station
ed along thc route of the Canadian
Highway, and also on thc other travelled  roads of the province.
Thc establishment ol maintenance
gangs is one ot indirect results of
the convention of road superintend -
enta held in Victoria last month,
when thirty-three superintendents
were in session for three days. The
announcement that maintenance
gangs would be placed on thc roads
tor tbis year waB not made public,
but was obtained from the Deputy
Minister ol Public Works, W. W,
Foster, by P, W. Luce, secrelary of
thc  Cunadiau  Highway  Association.
This move on the part of the department can lie traced, in a mcafl -
ure, to tbc effort- o[ the Cunadian
Highway Association for the betterment of road standards in British
Columbia, ns it waB one of thc requests brought to the notice ot the
Ministers nt an audience with the
officers ol the Canadian Highway Association  early   in   Januury.
In speaking of the necossity of keep
nig the roads ol this province in good
shape, not only for motor travelling
but also lor thc lienctit of other elas
bcb of vchicleB, Vi. J. Kerr, president
of tbc Canadian Highway Association, Bald:
"Ii cannot lie regarded as good
ecouomy to build roads without
niuklng suitable provision t" muiu -
tain aud to keep them in u proper
state of repair. Municipalities undertaking the construction of good roads
should carofully face this roHpotiellrtl-
Ity. It Is not ono of au alarming
Character in point of cost, any more
than ls thc cost of construction; for
lt haB l^en found that a system ot
main roads can lie built uud maintained In any community without
burdensome taxation. A syBtom of
continuous muititonunce should Iw
adopted In every country whereby
ronils will be ropuired as Boon n>
holes or wheel tracks commence, Bo
that tho more rapid wear of ritttod
and uneven road Biirface« will not
,'ollow.
''Hy placing ono man uu u Bection
of road, with curt, horse, a pick ami
pounder, and a tew simple tools with
n quantity ol broken ntone ut his
'li'posal, funds can be systematically iiiuintiiini'il tar all tunc in good
condition.   Similar     results     follow
Irom keeping n crew of men constant
ly engaged under u superintendent,
working systematically over a tixod
mileage of road, with a steam roller
grader and the necessary road metal for resurfacing. Important purts
of maintenance are the cutting of
grass and weeds on the roadside, ths
anuual cleaning of ditches, and re-
moviug the shoulders that are continually forming at the edges of thc
rond frnm the accumulation of dust"
'i'h' '.st of these maintenance
gangs is now at work on the old
Mill Hay Road, now known as Dfaaw-
inlgan drive, part of the Island highway which runs from Victoria to
Nanaimo, That this road Is one of
the finest in this province is attribtit
e,l to the excellence of tbe work ot
this gang and to the thoroughness of
the system.
What's In a Name?
Calgary, March 11—"What's in u
name. For the love of Mike look at
tbis,"murmured the clerk at the King
Qeorge hotel on Fridny morning as be
commenced  to enter Into  the ledger
the  numes of  the      guests  registered
during   the   night   before, and he   had
I good cause for surprise.
High   up  in   the  list   ol  nani.'s,   in
'scribed on the register in a nice Howling  band, was  the  name  of    A.      Vi.
i Scripture of Toronto, and just a  lew
! names below m somewhat different
type  Of cfairography,  O.A.  Testament
!of Montreal had registered. On the
next puge 0,  II. Gospel of Nelson. B.
C, hnd Inscribed his name, and Immediately below Mr. tlosjiel the name
,,' F. ll. Crook nt Bdmonton, was
down  for a room.
Yesterday morning the clerk n«nn-
aged to get Messrs. Scripture, Testament and llospel together, aud us
they shook bands all round, Mr.
Crook wandered Into the lobby. Then
the biblical party took the Crook
in bnnd and at latest reports they
were all enjoying luncheon together
in  lhe  King Ueorge grill.
It  was some mix-up.
Meet me ut the Savoy
A Stout Man
will find a new pleasure in his
clothes when he slips on one of
these Fit-Reform Spring Suits.
Smoker's Supplies
The old reliable now lias the largest nnd besl line ol Smokers'
Supplies ever in lhe I ily, and our pines ,ire light. lift> hrsilds
of cigsrs to choose from. Price from $1X0per box up; not made
Irani sirup either.
Meerschaum  Pipes from $3.00 to $10.00
Calabash Pipes Irom $3.50 Up
Our siock   of  Calabash   Pipes is  small  on  account  of lhe
crop being a failure Ibis year and qualit}  poor.
Briar Pipes ill cases from $1.1*0 up.
Ask for the famous 11, B, "•  brand.   Bvw
lee, I.
pipe   is   giiarsn-
Cigsr nml Cigarette  lloldets, c.iscs and Lighters.  Pouches,
Ash'I rai s and Pip,- Racks, Tell lis what you want and wc will
-nit vou. If you cannot call, phone *l< and goods will lie sent to
\tinr home I'or approval.    Buy earl) while stork is complete.
McKinnon's Cigar Store
THE CA    /i>ijRN BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., Phe«ioent
ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manages
CAPITAL, - $10,000,000
REST, -   $8,000,000
COLLECTION   BUSINESS
With its larjje number of branches, agents and correspondents, The
Canadian Bank of Commerce is able to elTcct collections throughout
lhe world promptly and at reasonable rates. Rates will be quoted on
application.
FOREIGN   BUSINESS
ti30
All thc new spring styles are made
in sizes especially for stout men,
"big" men, and extra large men.
*»
We can fit you perfectly.
McKINNON & SUl   ERLAND
ASK THE DRIVER
Kvi'tyliody known Iiim, hn will
lill you Hint the whinkeya we nre
■ulltagan the lit-M. Call ami kx'
convinced. No houaehoM Khimttl
he without a supply of mir Harvey's Special Scotch Whlekey; our
Frapln liqueur Brandy, niiiiniiiir.il
KllyeniH old or llackberry Brandy
for Medicinal purpose*. Our stock
of cluiice \Viin'» nnd LlqUOtl of all
kiml*. are unexcelled. Hold Iiy all
the leading holel*-, or telephone
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Importers and Dealers In Purs Wines, Liquor*, Cigars and Cigarettes
,   If You want the latest  in  Spring
Goods be sure and  call at
D. GaUicano, Second Street
NEAR FOURTH STREET
Fresh   Seasonable  Vegetables Always Kept in Stock
Cheques and drafts on all countries of the world, drawn in sterling,
francs, marks, lire, kronen, florins, roubles or any other foreign currency,
can be negotiated at The Canadian Bank of Commerce at reasonable rates.
REVELSTOKE    BRASCH—F. Nl. GIBSON. MQF'.
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED  1888
Record of Progress for Five Years—1906-1911
Capital
ReBerve   -
Deposits
Loans and Investments
Total Assets
1906
* 3,<>00,0<X)
3,000*000
23.677,730
27.4S7.090
33,090,192
i«n
* 4,000,000
4,600,000
35,042.311
38,854,801
48,237,284
Has S3 Brandies In Canada, and Agent, and Correspondsnte In all
tha Principal Cities In Iks World
* OINMAt BANKING   BUSINiaa TRANSACTED
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Interest stlowed at highest current rata.
Revelatoke Branch, w   H. PRATT, Manager
Our Doctors Anli-Septic Shoe is Proving a Winner
This last is filling a long felt want and its waterproof qualities are standing the test.
We carry a full line of the famous Pene-
tang Shoe pack and all kinds of rubber footwear.
Once a customer always a customer. Satisfaction guaranteed.
ARMSTRONG   &.   COMPANY
loot and Ihoe Repairers, laddler*
Harness Dakar*
PALACE
LIVERY, FEED, SALE STABLE
Our Livery is equipped with the best horses and
rigs- We also deliver express and baggage to aay
part of the city.  Heavy unci light teaming a spe*»!ty
COAL AND WOOD FOK SALfc
F. McCarty, PROPRIETOR
Phone 201 SATl'lUiAV.  MARCH   Uli'    I '■■
THE MAIL-HEEALD,   BEVEILSTOKE
SATURDAY, MAHCH IGtb, 1912
What Is It ?
(Reprinted from  thr  L'owichan  Lend
• r, ..I Februarj  15th   1912, i
Sir,- 1.- ,i  .-t,*,'i bead a Trout  oi  h
Salmon?   The   Uoniii        fi ivoi nroont
Bays it is tbe  "ti. r!     Bul  everyone
'kinm-s that   thej   ..:•        their      iosl
are running up     tl"*
rivers ■'*'.: it *.-  Pi irimry.   Sevcrthi le
thc law  t( rbids  -.'.•   angler  tn       lish
!**r them et the verj time when tl oy
would .,:li : ll ii    ■  '  -i'ii t.   *\  Iresh
run - .**•.        *   who rill tako a    ily
is a vi        Iflcrent i ustomei   to denl
.> ih  u,ik1   to   '-.it i   from  tlie  red  mi'l
ne I m.i    in the pools
thi   Bport "f angling ih
thi   Inducements to many   iu-
its, "i'i   I ask you tu
use youi i * «**''.ni Influence to obtain
**' this i*■ irlcl."ii
W,  11.  WHITE
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Newspaper Inaccuracies
Persons who i omplali  ol itic    In
* * *'* ',*.,;*, i:   may      he
*v  th,   reBectlon thnt
; ,;■• *     .*     ll,.   only  business en
- hat attempt  t" deal eiclu
- relj in facts.
I. ■ >     ■ i    theli  repri
tatives ii* * •   lepend  upon human
.-.*, not   sil *•: whom  know as murh
as they pretend, nol  .ill ol whom have
m *: • i*t  views  ul  ti"-::   own  achieve ■
ments  ,m>l merits and not nil ot whom
n:*   [all   .:.   tn*,'.:    v.'.'.1.     ;»-,   I"  "TtliT-s.
wi •*:      ,*.,     ,,... nd ;  that n iiiii   is
more eluaivt   th.,n (ortuui  ;u»l     that
the greatest   !,i!»'Im nnd expenditures
uf  newspapers  ;,:•   always in  pursuit
• ■'.  the ■' ii mi •    .:   .-  remarkable    not
that errors .,:    mude,  bul that there
A :i* in  ol tin in
Mill."ii> .in* spent in runntug down
tnd   hi     matter excluded
everj  day trom a well conducted pa-
i great       n amount mnl    often
cost   than  thai   which in printed.
The papei    - delivered every morn-
i".'   many  m;!i*s from  tl f
it ..ii   with   no  nn.l,*  s,T
errors   ■*   •- columns Mian    are
made every   laj       n  thousand other
- '     I.    Ill    Rl i'lll.he.
local Option League
1; \    in    Spencer,     Superintendent
<■>! Local     Option,  has just returned
from  attending   the   National  Proh
grass r.iei.tiy held in T,
ronto,  mil   reports  that   it  whs
nnl enthusiastic eongresseTh
out.   The work •>; the Dominion   \
liance was ,.'.ti.i!,'ii  with a view
acta! nm! then Dominion Proi
»l     u.  ll   Cairns ol Chill
nnd Mr   W    .1    Pal it    '  \ ;
. ■     I*-. *  le
' ■   Dor *       and
cer,  nni
■   the Bxecul \-    -titer the *
■   .
.... hearty
gregations     hikI
■ titarii     ll-  rep irts that
iti'i      I r  British Colum
i ■  * •  lei ce • \ : \     ;• ,'*.* visited,
l- their   determination
t" com* t" this land     "f     sui
showers ami Rowers.
Water Rights in the
Railway Belt
Revolstoke Water District
NOTICE is hereby given that nny
person, partnership, company, or
municipality having any claim lo
wuter ri^litn in the Hallway Kelt, iiiih'
hie wiih the Comptroller of Waiter
Rights ni the parliament Uuildlni!«,
Victoria, a statement ul ci.uui to
water privileges on a printel lorn
i No. 50), which ian he obtained from
tin* Water Recorders at Now Hi *i
minster, Yale, ABhcroIt, Kitm'.otps,
Ri v, ituko, nnd (loldon, or liom the
Comptroller "l Water  Rights.
Uv lence will be hoard .'t Ioi ul
in ints as soon ns the claims huve
been I'Miiniiieil ninl tabulated ' r de
termination hy tho Board il Invcstl
nation, anil notices will ne published
in tlie It. (', (la/i'ile ninl loeal pap
ei.- ol the place nnil date when , noli
stream will lu* deall .vith. Objections
maj i'o Bled with the Comptroller ol
Wntci Rights, The lollowing Btrmims
arc-supposed to bc wholly or partial
,y within the Hallway Hell in tin.'
Revelstoke Water District:
Akolkolci Greek,
Albert  i anyi'ii Springs,
urn. tronk Crook.
Asulkcn  Glacier Creek.
Battle 1'1,'ik.
Big Crock.
Big Eddy Croek.
Bridge Creek.
Burns Creok.
Canyon Croek.
Cany on Stream.
cm-lies Creek,
Cascade Creok,
Colbeck   i'reek.
Columbia  River,
Cougar   Creek.
Cranberry Creek.
Minis Creek.
Kan (.'reek.
Fifteen mile Creek,
r.
COMING EVENTS
li—SI    r.iTr.i s,   entertain-
•! Don Paddy
Irish farce presented
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«'li.
March   li—Irish Tee     ■ ■■' tl,
• ■- .-     ■*■.       St   Pi i* *■ - hall.
i-' - ■     Mood iy. i.   '   -  I   ■
t"  ll.  ni  11.T
I  use.
f. B. C. Concert
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j mtl ■     ■   ■        boil
:
GOULD NOT RAISE
MY RIGHT ARM
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nnk     .'     ■ ' . "« '
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Iwrattothi hltnitciSt.P  rresi
Mi>|uel«ii  am!   met an   oil   full
I mied lA Pat*.      II;    llmHf v., :■
ttunatian and I gave him some
i   -1 PlUs,      I tn»t liii-i ai-iin iii » fl
i    lind  ht ' ll I  BM be ioiiIJ lift his
■vin<. which be lu'l ik • bcro able to   *
i .ten years.   A PPM'! IK K. MAUB,
-.■»-. » l   x~6 for J • it—tii',tvv bat 1:
ilii*i",i   ■-':    Sumide free if v ,
N'ttieMl  /'•■IT  ami   Chrruicnl   I
'(.»«•'«. ' halti ■ !, i"-pt. w     T".
m \v *.. ri i'n.    ni.oop   ANU
\i ; :v -, ■an Ideal loun for
■Mki wv-iu wouku. JOC. a box.   VJI
i   i'reek
r.  North  Branch,
h Rivei
Vi. j     Section 2-1,    Township 28,
Range 2 west, of uth.
Stream   running   through   B,   W.   \
Section 3, Township 24, Range 2,
west ol Ul h.
Two hoi  Bprings on Subdivision 5,
Section   IB,   Township   '2',,     lliin^
28 west  ol Sth.
Cohl water Bpring oreek on Subdivision  .i,  Section  IU,  Township  2d*,
Range 2S west of Sth.
Spring north of l.ot tin, on Columbia Hiver Wagon Road,
Sninli sti-eiim running through Villa  I,ols 60 nml (',2.
Statements of claims muy also  he
filed to wator In any unnamed crook,
spring, stream,  pond, gulch,' lake,  or
other Bourco of water supply.
Dated ttt Victoria,  11.   C, 27th     of
Kehruiiiy.  1912,
W.  11.  ROSS,
Minister of LuiuIh.
to RENT Wight-roomed dwelling
lions.' on Third street, west, at $20
por month, Apply CM. Kield, Kirst
Street
HEAVY DRINKER CURED
Sam^ia Cured Him, and He Helps
Others
A man who has been rejented  frnm
hi* aw lul iiav  n.'s of drink, and Whose
nrst Lliuught Ih o, nolp others, shown
u      pirli  "i     hum  brulhei'liuo 1    and
..; ihiiitlin hy.    Hi nd his letter:
"i ■■■•   .iiiii.um   lifii.flv   Co.,   Torutitu
Uiil.;
■,.!.,   .in,  please   s,*n,i   uie   hook  "
drills, uisn  circulars  relating   i"  you
vi *i'*il   t ,*m,',ly   lor   i in-   ui ink    huul
I  w isii  to  hand  these  iu a friend  whu
is  „- .it);   to   rum   Llirou^h  utni...    Vol!
*i.i remember thni  I  have taken yi.ur
I-*,*...,*,.,,,   ami   I   liiul   ll   a,l   yuu   claim   i"
It,     ho.        I     Ili'V'el*     linn*,     ot     '111:,..,:     01
Uli,,K   stumi;  ci ri ti I*,   ni   :ui.   wii.v.   a*-  llll
tl, .'"I*   ll   hart   leli   ine.     l   catlllul
ai*..ik    iou   hlffhly   ,,:    ynur   woinlerfu
i-c*     ....    Vnu may u.-.-* niytiuiac 'ii an,
wi.y   *"u wisii T,i public,
.    ll.  i.iiywii.ie.   on^Uen, Oniarlo.''
.•.iiiaria l'i' mi .j.Unu is tasteless
.,no ndorlvss,    und    iltstiolves liistanll.\
lu ten   or  Coffee.  <>:* OilII   lie  mixed   Willi
lood. Ii cuii in* ni,, ii wiih ,,r without iln* patients knowledge. ll re-
mows the craving for drink, builds up
Im s.vstem ami restoies lh,* nurveB*
lirlnk hoe,,mes distiisl, fill .in von
i.aus' "us. •>
l-rlnk Is a ,lis,use. not a crime, 'in,'
iri'.. nf whiskey always Invites anothor. The Inflamed nerves ami
ettoiuuch create ., craving that must
either he satisfied hy more whiskey or
runoved hy scientific treatment like
Samaria Prescription. Samaria Prescription Inm been in regular and successful use by Physicians -ind ll,,s;u-
i.'il."   for   over   ten   years.
If you know of any family needing
Samaria Prescription, tell them about
il. If you have a husband, father or
friend that Is drifiliiK Into drink, help
him save himself.    Write to-day.
A I'KIK TRIAL PACKAGE! of Samaria Prescription, with booklet, giv-
li g fn'l particulars, testimonials, price,
ele.. will be sent absolutely free and
postpaid tn plain sealed pncknKe to
Anyone asking for It ami mentioning
thii psper.   .Correspondence sacrediv
confidential, Write, today. Tue Su-
maria Remedy Co., Dept. 46-49, Col-
homo street, Toronto, Canada. Also
for sale  by  O.   R.   Macdonald,  Drug-
GOLD RANOR 1,(11)111':. K, of P.,
NO. 26, RBVELBTOKB, 11. C.
MeetB evory Wednesday except the
Third Wednesday ol each month in
Oddfellows' Hall at H o'clock. Visiting Knights are cordially  invited.
il.  W. QARLAND, 0.  C
Q. H. BROCK, K. ol R. 4 B.
M. of V.
KOOTENAY     LODGE,  No.  "»5 A.  V
and A. M.
Regular mootiUKB nro hold iu MAS
ON1U TEMPLE, Oddfellows' Hall
on the Third Monday in each mouth
at 8 p. m. ViBiting brethren an
cordially  welcome.
W. THOMSON,  W, M.
W. B. ROBERTSON,  Socretnry.
selkiuk   Lodge 12, 1. o. o. if
Moots ovory Thursday evening lo
Selkirk Hall at 8 o'clock. VUlttaf
brethren  cordially  Invited.
H.    BIEGPRIED,   N. 0.
JAS.  MATHIE,  Secretary.
COURT     MT.      BEGBIE,    No.  8461
OF 1. 0. V.
Meets in I. 0, 0. F.  Hall  next   to
Tapping's Opera flouao  evory  second
and  fourth  Monday  iu  month.  Visiting brethren cordially  welcomed.
G. VV. BELL, C. R,
WM.   H.   CAMERON.   Roc.-Sec
C. W. (I.  W.
Mountain  View (nnip,  No.   229
Moots Second    and     Fourth  Wednes
dnys    in  each  month  in    Selkirk
Hall.      Visit inii   Woodmen   arc
cordially invited to attend
H. W. EBWARB8, Con. Com
JAMBS  McINTYRE.  Clerk.
ssiiii;    Creek,   Enst
gist,   Revelstoke,  B.  C.
^^^^^^^^ erv  Creek
I
Loop    ^^
-   i'reek.
McDotignl Creek
M  l:  ■   Lake.
McRae Creek.
*   * i.   Creek
Mill   (leek.
Moose   'reek.
I lain   Crock.
Itltcble Creel
H i'.i,   ( reek
SCOtl    I'reek
iald  Creek
Mllllll    Spi
Sproat  ('lock
- .niiiii ■ Laki
Tapping Creek,
Tappy Creek,
Thirteenth    Cn
Fork.
inth     Cross
Cork.
Three   Valley   Lak'
l'"i.in  Wat hi  River
iw** m.I"  Creek.
Two-mile creek    North  Fi
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Creek,
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ol      Yates'l    Ran' b
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■t and ns. Towrtublp M,  Itonw  '
west. ,,( uh
I'linnnie'l stieiim DoftiBg tlnoimli 8
BOWLING SCHEDULE
SECOND SK('TI"N.
Owing to the large numbei of mem
era   fishing to     participate In    tho
II   *.vas   press,..I   upon   US     to
lorm a .      i'-. :.*   teams con
■ :.',    .uul the  Karnes
will   he played "if on the aUi . •
.   and Thursday evenings, com
c   ■   p.m.   sharp.   Thus     it
will   glvi its      not
heen  placed
tunity  to have  a
'.!
•'      81—Maple i •
Pe     22— Miet *: B.C
F* Maple
v   Mietdrahs.
REVELBTOKE   COUNCIL,
No,    21,    ROYAL    TEMPLARS    OF
TEMPERANCE
Meets every 2nd and 4th Thursdays
In Oddlellows Hail, at 8 o'clock.
Visiting Templars are cordially iu -
vited to attend,
w. io. MUNBON, S. O.
A. 1). TOURNBR, R.  S.
HARVEY, McGARTBR
AND  PINKHAM
Barristers,  Solicitors.   Etc.
Imperial Bank Building  Rovelstoke, B. C.
Money to Loan.
Offices—Rovelstoke,    B.   0..     and
Cranbrook, B.  O.
Geo. 8. MeCarter,
A. M. Pinkham, J. A. Harvey
Revelstoke. Cranbrook
ROBERT  SMITH.
Provincial  Land   Hm-evnr.
Mining Survivor.
Engineerlnt
McKENZIE AVE.
BOX    Hl-6.   REVELHTOKF
W.      H.      WALLACE
ARCHITECT
P. n. Box 146. Revelstoke. B.C.
RUPERT  W.   HAGOEN
Revelstoke,  B, C.
IB   c   Land Burvsyor.
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E.   G.   BURRIDGE
Tinamith Repairs, Hot Air, Pipe
and Furnace work
-WORK   8HCP-
Cnnnaught  Avo. Pftvwlatoho
WAITED
To  Rent    - near Y.M.C.A.,  comfort.
able   live   room   dwelling,      ll. N.
Coursier.
i
It MiQht Be Cold
FOUND—A Metal Bracelet with gold
plate on upper side. Found on Mc-
Ki'it/.ie. Owner enn have same by
proving property nml paylag advor
tisitiK charges hy applying to A.F.
Lundell.
WANTED—Investors ln Victoria p'O-
perty. We have lots, housos, aire -
age, suitalilo for subdividing, and
hiisiuoHB   property   for   salo. Vic
toria Ib surprising even do most
sanguine und  this  will   he  ii  banner
yeur. Enquiries solicited. The
i'acilic Province Investment Agiucy
HM Yutes street, Vlrtorla, B.C., A,
A. Coley, Manager, llato of Kevelstoke.)
WANTBD—A Furnished Room in the
neighborhood ol Court 1 louse. Apply to Box 732.
To RENT—Furnished house on Fourth Street.    Apply to  Mail-Hcr.il.l.
WANTBD—Gents line underwear curo-
luliy washed nud repaired. Miss
Payne, corner Itli street und McKeuzie Avenue.
WANTED—Three Apprentices tor Millinery Department—0. B. Hume &
Company.
WANTBD—An     experienced chamber
maid,  at once.     Apply to  Halcyon
Hoi  SpringB.
WANTED-A good smuit boy about
IL' or 15 years oi age to learn the
clothing business. Apply to John
Hall, Cash Oututtor lor Mcu, Mc-^
Kenzlo Avenue.
WANTBD—Salesman for latcBt and
moBt perfect gasoline light iu thc
world, Cheapest und best light
known to science. Exclusive terri -
tory, big proiits, permanent busi -
hobs.      MacLiueii  &  Co.,     Calgary,
Alberta. 30d.
TO    RENT—Furnished Room     Apply
lo Mail-Herald Box J14.
LOST—A Bunch ol Keys. Finder
please leave same at the Mail Herald Office.
WANTED—Reliable locui ugeuv lur
strong old established Board Fire
lnsiu aii'-c Co., with assets of over
$35,tioo,oo<i. Write Franco-Canadian
Trust Co., Ltd., 1105 Domiuion
Trust Building, Vancouver, B. C.
Foil SALE—Eggs for hatching, trom
pure bred White Leghorn hens, aud
1'ekiu Ducks. My breeders are all
Irom priBS winners. Hens BlggS at
H.HJ a setting, (6.50 a 10(1, Duck
Eggs, $1.75 per setting. Apply B.
K. Somerville, Grnudview Poultry
Farm,  Malakwa  B.   c.
FOR SALE—A Piano at a bargain
Apply at once, Mrs. McDonald, Second Street, opposite Knox church.
KtiR SALE—A Remington Typewrit
er, No. g, in good running order.—
Price (5(1.00, P, Burns & Co., Ltd.,
RevelBtoke, B. C.
FOR SALE—Youug, smart delivery
team. For particulars write A.
HaggBtrom, Malakwa, B. C.
Electric Restorer for Men
Phosphonol;1
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Co., St. CsltUkrtno. Ont.
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TliaScobull Dial
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I    No anxiety on    .
1 Baking-day ifyou use!
DrPRICES
CREAM
Baking Powder
1 Insures licint
WK I1A\'E position lor a good man
Kith a lair education who can furnish reference we will give steady
employment aud pay u straight sal
ary to the right party. People ub-
ing intoxicating liquors save your
stamps, sec our trig Ad in this paper today. National Light Co.,
I'araga.  Michigan.
POR SALE—Modern nine room house
ail Improvements and so foot lot,
fronting on Third street, three
loon from Methodist church.—
Prtee ♦H.IHiii cash or terms. Apply
1     1    Scott,  Box 57.
U3TTT
It is always hot in tho plunge at Halcyon Hot Springs,
whoso natural hot medicinal waters are the most wonder-
Cul health restorer on the Continent, Ourtecord 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 lilted and finished for comfort and
convenience of guests.
Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. BOYD, Proprietor, -        I alcyon, Arrow Lakes
HOTEL CLIMAX RESTAURANT
sures ng
vv holesome
■MWIHMMmMMI
No Alum
LiiriePliospy
^vNW«vSnS\^\\\^W
sweet,
^^^^ foo (\
A pure,Cn im of lor tar
Powder
mii
FOB    BALES- Blectrieai   Machinery,
Lifbi Generators In Bret
rder, complete with
belts,   etc.   Will   l,i
1  to| ••*   i      \ snap for
*i town   lawmlll, ,'t,., contemplal
' i i   light plant
able oiler refused,     Full
tO   Cl'l.i.
* i.'i,*nt  of El   ' i *' al
ty ,,f Reveletoke,
Jan rth, Itli,
r \i.i*;   \     i*.-..*    Here   I rull
• he      kootenuy    ,i hti let.
nmn  ,,f 2.'.on |" o
11 i .•   ||   ■ I' aie,|   .ml   | lalit-
• and   their   ik a ae*   I,, nee
ii ,t    Ti n   t"ii.,i    :** *.ii
month foi in in nthi
i .. menu ran be ms le In
i   day  ll ,|i*K.i, i
,' "in,* to F, i'. Creech, i,.«
Itevolttoki
OPEN NIGHT AND DAY
White Help Only Employed
Board by the Day or Week
Night Restaurant—Short Order
W. C.  BATCHELOR, cTVlanager.
^*-§5
//. J. MeSORLtY, Proprietor.
'£lsto\<^
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 $i a day.    Monthly rate.
J.   ALBBET     STOHSTE      JPJROF.
Under New cTVlanagemenU	
HOTEL GRAND
NAKUSP, B. C.
First-Class Accommodation ami Sample Rooms
Rates -$1.00 to $2.00 Per Day
JOHN A. THEW,
Proprietor
J P. SUTHERLAND
Transfer      Drayin^
Handling Pianos a  Specialty
i' ,c42 -   Nighl Phone 85
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props. !
ffnlargad   and Im(mived.     Firnt-ClaHH in prery respect.    All modern convenience!
Large ,Saui|'l" Kouihb.
Rat'o $2.00 per day       Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
Union   Hotel
JUST m;U1.y RKPAIREO
RATES,
$1.50 PER DAY
Week I) .uul monthly niti-s to be nrranged,      Meal Tlckcli, 21 mcnls (or 56,00
IIHST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
A   1'. UKVBSQUIt, Proprietor
Laughton C&, Tapping. Props. First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
European Plan
Open Day and Night. - Meal Tickets, $6.00
MONTHLY BOARD
Fruit Land:
FOR SALF
UNION HOTEL
ARHO^'HKAl), B. C.
I Special Attention ({Wen  to  commercial
" j men   ami   touri-ste.    Firat-clnu  Bample
,.   , ., ,   . ,     ,  r'KiniH. Fluent Kcenery in Hritieh Colum-
0»lmt  B»y  lands in pirceli of bl».owldbklntt Upptr ArwwUk«.
10 nr 20 acren nr en bloc
ii'iiilcnce inviti il
Corren-
W. J. Lightburne. Prop
,  ,       ol            . Dr. de Van's Female Pills
■ Ann      NnOIII         AnOrlT A teliabla Prtnch rcRulstor: nrver lailt.   1 Iu-ko
JUII           OlldW,      MUCH I. P m «i« Mceedingly uuwerltil la regvlatina thi
vJ                    ' .'**..*   :r [..,,*!.* I ll_.* I'*in., Ir^n\ .'.mm.     KelUK
Box 616 Arrowhead
nil cheap ImliatloDB. Dr. Urn Tan'n nre anld at
>'•» box. nr three Ioi lin. Mailed to anv a,ldteK«.
Tha icobell Droa Co.. ft. ratharlnai, Out, SATURDAY,  MARCH lCth, 1912
T'JHIIE  IMI^IIL HERALD,   REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,  MARCH lCth.  lilt
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1
MALAKWA NOTES
0ORRB8PONDBN0B.
Kditor  Mail-Herald:—
Tin' Valloy ,,f the Garden ot HWen
is certainly highly favored in the
matter of climate. The publio are
not aware that while this whole section of the Kootenays is specially
favored with a mild climate, the
Valley ol the Harden of Kden at
Malakwa takes the lead in all mutters pertaining to the weather. At
thc Garden of Eden it is a sale ns -
sertiou to say thnt spring is fully
three weeks earlier than at auy other point within a radius ot over 30
miles, this fact alone should be u
great factor in the establishing ot
this valley as lhc premier fruit ami
farming district al north Kootenay.
By an early spring it means that thc
Garden ol b/dcu produce can be plac-
The Valley of
The Garden of Eden"
Situated at MALAKWA AND CRAIGELLACHIE. 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.
rharartar nf  Qnil   Bench   Lands,   Clay    Loam   and  Vegetable
UlldldWtfl   Ul   OUII    Mould, while on  Lower Lands Black Loam
Prevails.
Nn lirifl llinil   P°s'tivcly no irrigation is needed as Valley is sub-
HU III KJulmll   irrigated, and many creeks supply water for Domestic purposes.
This Land is specially adapted for Large and Small Fruits, as well as
Hay and Vegetables.
Moderate CliHldte   Freezing is  Average Winter Weather.
Prices of Land Reasonable
For Further Particulars About This Garden Spot of B. C, Watch This Page
I of the MAIL-HERALD Each Week
ctl  on the muket several  week- earlier than any other district.
This one fact is enough to attract
lhe practical fruit grower and (arm
er to induce him to ul loast make a
personal inspection of the various
1'inds in the Harden of FMen before
he purchase-!] elsewhere.
As has lieen previously stated m
lliese columns, mixed tunning Is
probably the safest form of farming
for any one to embark in.
A man securing land at the Garden of Kden Valley providing he bas
some means can certainly make good
in the various hrancheR of farming.
Fruit, poultry, bees, hay, grain and
other produce will all produce phenomenal yields at the Garden ol Bden
and a handsome income is assured
the practical man right from the
start.
mrmwva •mmam^mt.itLtn.    *
R. Z. CRAWFORD
CONTRACTING
PAINTER
Satisfaction guaranteed
Agent  for  Flexlume  Electric
Signs
R. Z. CRAWFORD
Residence Oor. Hrd St. and Robson ave
Shop in Alley back of E. J. Bourne's
Store, First Street
H. W. EDWARDS
TAXIDERMIST
Animal    Rugs,   Game
Heads and Birds
Mounted
P. D. Box 31, Revelstoke
Sewing Machines
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.
H. MANNING,  Agent.
NOTIOB)
I have now moved Into my in'*
premiers und I beg to nottly my
many customers und friends Hint alter IMtecn years in the old corner
t.1 and 1 will uh usual try to sntisfy
My many patrons In the new pluce.
Cull nml see us when passing, —you
peed uut buy.—C, R. Macdonaia.
GANONG'S
a b
CHOCOLATES
New Hold the Fort
in Revelstoke
A large variety of Dainty
Boxes  in half-pound, one-
pound, two-pound and three-
pound sizes
The Finest in the Land
and Canadian   c7Hade
40 years experience
WALL PAPER
AND CARPET CLEANING
New Lightning Method
Oil Painting, and Painted Walls
Cleaned like new.
Wood for Sale
000D DRY OR GREEN FIR
OR HEMLOCK.   CEDAR
WOOD FOR SALE
Apply to
Chas. Turnross
Telephone House No. 97
Telephone Camp No. *Jlo
KALSOMINING
Paper Hanging a Specialty
Estimates Given
Mirror Making and re-Silvering
Glass Cutting and Boring
Glass Frosting and Staining
Picture Framing, etc.
Prices Reserved.
D. wTbrill
Painter, Paper Hanger, Decorator
Revelstoke, B C.
CUSTOMS SALE
UNCLAINED GOODS
Corporation cf the City
of Revelstoke
PUBLIC NOTIOB,
i'ublic Notice la hereby given that
I it is absolutely necessary that dls-
i orders Dl n suspicious nature bc reported to Dr. McLean, c.y Medical
Heulth Officer or other physicians,
i as soon as known. Kniluro to do this
* ls a punishable offence.
By Ord'r,
U. A. LAWSON,
City  Clerk.
Pursuant to DOtlM dated February
98th, 1012, the sale of unclaimed
goodi, if not entered for duty, or
warehoused, before the data of sale,
will take pluce at Ciutums Supper -
vances Warehouse, C.P.H. Freight
Sheds, Thursday, March 21»t. l'.H2,
at 11 a.m.
11   Ft. ATKINS.
Collector ol Customs.
NOTICE.
The Polios li.iv.* beet Inett ii'-ifd by
UN City Council to proaeeuta «ll
persons keeping ot harboring a Qo|
Without a license A Hue thnt is not
wnrtli payinc a license (or is worth
■   ng,   Tant   .ui  be  i*'**i  »1   the
Police  Stntion  up  to  the   17th  inst.,
alter  that date actum  will  l>e taken.
H    II,   PARRY,
Chirt ol Police.
SY.IUPolS   OF COAL MINING
REGULATIONS.
Coal mining rights ol the Dominion
ill .Mull,lol,a, Saskatchewan nud Alberta, the Yukon Territory, lbe
North-west Territories uud iu a portion ol thc Province ol Uritish Columbia, muy be leased lor a term ot
twinty-oue yeurs ut au unuuul rental of il uu aero. Not .more thuu
2,in ii acres will be leused to oue up
plicant.
Application for lease must bc made
by the applicant in person to tbc
Agent or Sub-Agent ot the district
iu wbich the rights upplied for ure
situated.
In survoyed territory thc luud must
be described by sectious, or kgul
subdivisions ol sectious, und in uu
surveyed territory tbe tract upplied
lor shull bc staked out by tbe up -
pluunt  ium.-.,-!:.
l-l.ii b applicant must be uccoinpun-
led by u fee ot *).', which will be refunded ll the rightB upplied lor are
not uvallable, but not otherwise. A
royalty shall be paid on tbc merchantable output of the mine ut tbe
rate ol live cents per ton.
Tho person operuting tbe mine shnll
luniieb the Agent with sworn returns
accounting lor the lull ipiuutlty of
merchuiitublc conl mined and pay tbe
royalty tbereou. II tho coal mining
rights are not being operated, such
returns should bc turnislied at least
once a year.
The lease will include thc conl mining rights only, but tho lessee mny
be permitted to purchuse whatever
available surface rights may be considered necessary tor the working ot
the mine at the rale of 110.00 an
acre.
For lull     Information    application
should Ire made to the Secretary    ot
the Department ot  the Interior,    Ottawa, or to the Agent or Sub-Agent
'ol  Dominion   Lands
VV.  VV.  CdllY,
Deputy   Minister ol  the  Interior.
I    N.B.—Unauthorized   publication    ot
this advertisement  will  not  I*  paid
lor.
Birth and Marriage Statistics*
Victuria. II. C, March 11- The records for the year 1911, recently com
pleted, show a total registration for
the province of .">.S41 births, 3,000
deaths and 3,50'J marriages    for    thc
ear l'Jll, compared with 5,006 births
3,221 deaths and 3,280 marriuges iu
1910.
Analysis of thc year's return ol
births, as coutained in the thirty-
ninth annual report of tbe registrar
shows 3,0'.I0 ol the new arrivals to
have been boys and 2,784 young ladies, neither name nor sex being given
in two of the registrations. Vancouver led the province by n very wide
margin in its return of births, con -
tril.iitiiig 2,4ll'.l to tbe generul totul
Ol 1,841. Victoria naturally was next
with 745; otber centres following in
this order:—New Westminster. 57'J;
Yale, Clinton, Lillooet, Cariboo aud
Kamloops, 629; Crunbrook, 411; Na -
nnlmo, 3-14; Nelson, 238; Revelstoke,
10; Comox, 101; Skeena, 03; Kaslo,
66; Cowichan i;o; Chilliwack, 4-; Col-
■li ii. 2'.i; Omlneca, 15; Windermere, io;
uiul SttkiM and Atlin, 1 euch. Aa regarded by districts an increase of 882
wns shown l,y Vancouver, Comox, Na i
nninio, New Westminster, Yale, Clinton, Lillooet, Cariboo, Kamloops und I
Chilliwack; while decreases were notl
«l in Victoria, Atlin, Skeena, Stik-
int* mid  Ominecn.
Ill the marriages registered, the
total of 1,506 is a net gain over the
Immediately preceding year ot 1,299,
or more thuu 2.',  per cent an unchnl-
Grow Hair Abundantly
,    This  is an age of  new discoveries,
division and Chilliwack, with a total   T(J grow halr after jt hag fallen    out
decrease of eight all told, as against   tod|ly j6 a reality.
the gain of  1,237 in  other parts     ot
leugeuble Indication of prosperous
times. Iu only two districts was tbere
a  decrease,  these      beiug the  Skeenu
tbo province. Mixed marriages arc
very much in larger ratio than those
in which both bride aud groom are
members of the same religious denomination, the total of such mixed
marriages for last year l>eiug 1.746.
Thc marriages within the individual
denominations are in order us fol -
lows: Episcopalian, 771; Presbyterian
745; Methodist, 227; Iloman Catholic,
2-7; no denomination, 138; Lutheran,
152; Buddhists, 127; Baptist, 90; other denominations, 52, Jewish and
Congrcgationalists, 24 each; Salva -
lion Army, 15 and Spiritualists and
Adventists, 5 each.
Analysis of tbc registered deaths,
according to nge shows:—Sil under
three years, 1511<etwecn three and ten
175 from ten to twenty-one, 880 trom
twenty-one to forty, 776 from forty
to sixty, 277 between si.\ty and seventy and eighty, lol from eighty to
ninety, and 16 from ninety upwards.
In 41 cases age was not givcu, 191
are recorded as still-born; in six
nvath certificates sex ls not stated,
and as regarded by sex, the deaths
tor the year included those ol 2,41.3
males and 1,191 temales.
Shilohs Cure
Saiukly stops cough*,  earn cnld«,  htitv.
,,.   ilin,mi anil   lime-*..  -
SALVIA, the great Hair Tonic and
Dressing, will positively create a new
growth of bair.
If you want to have a beautiful
bead of hair, free from Dandruff, use
SALA1A once a day and watch the
results.
SALVIA is guaranteed to stop fall
ing hair and restore the hair to its
natural color. The greatest Hair
Vigor known. Sold at Macdonald's
Drug Store. No. 3
A New Publication
W ceni*.
PURITy FLOUR
Use it for
bread, pics,
cakes, biscuits,
.      everything
llirit
It's the
champion
all-purpose,
brand.
House ond Home, the Woman's Magazine, is the name ot a new monthly publication that has mude itsap-
peurancc iu British Columbia. It *■
the only magazine uf Its kind in
Western Canada, and will appeal directly to thc women. In general ap -
iwarance it is eminently a itietaetury
printed on Une book pap-er, we 1 illus
tratcd, and having an excelleut three
color cover design.
Tbe departments of tbe magazine
are such that tbey will be ■ a * *
read by the housekeeper. Two short
stones give general reading, while
the diflerent subjects thut interest »o
men, such us beauty culture, lum
dressing, millinery, dresses, ;u'lniw
and styles, home fi.raisbiugs, torn
nursing, housekeeping, recipes, Ht.,
_' are dealt with by writers wbo bave
had experience in their respective
Lues.
"House and Home" should be num
IsTi-d amom- tbe successful pul.1.en
tion- nl Western Cunadu. It is thoroughly higb-clui-B in every respect au,l
the subjects are dealt with In niich a
capable manner thai tiny ennui,t
help but be ot great assistance to
the womuu in tbe bome. Needed help
is uppreoi iteu belp, and every »"
man who HM the magazine will bo-
SOtna its Iriend. This lact. shoi'l a»-
siire it a luige c-.i'iilut "li and also
attention tr,,m the great bodj "I ad-
v.'it i, rs wbo realize tbe worth of
■uch an excellent public*! i"1
A sample copy may be old ,. i* I by
fiicliHing two cen' -itainp hi House
and Home, 347 Pender street, west.
Vnncouver, B.C.
Shikh's Gure
quickly  ■tup* ci»uilli»»   cure*
tha tfarool aad luotfa.
jig  hpoli
i
Sold by Hobson & Co.,  Revelstoke, B.C.
lull lily   alop* comimt,    rnr*«   raid*,   h*
btlkioil Mdlipji.        .   •   •       25 BATDRDAT,  MARCH li.tb    I 'il'
THE m: AirJ-£3:E3B,^.xJr), re-vibjilstoiki-e
SATURDAY,  MARCH  16th,  1912
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AND MONEY POURING INTO
TLAM
INDUSTRIAL SUB-CITY
A Population of
25,000 to
30,000
Judging by what railway Bhops
have done lor other cities not so Important a railway centre an Coquitiam will ne. there will bo n populn
tion ol 25,000 to 3-9,000 directly sup
ported bj  the Canadian Pacilic alone
• i loquitlam in two oi three years
But the Canadian Pacific, although
Important, is onlj the foundation,
only the beginning,    "f    this    young
laughter of Canada's wealth and pro
sperity. Coquitiam from its position
is destined to become the industrial
centre of British Columbia, The
man who owns property In Coqult
lam will be rich when others who
profcrrtd to watt Instead ol act. will
be Bill!  plod ling along.
Yesterday a forlorn junction point on .i transcontinental railway, a patch of level land at the junction ot two large rivers; today a comparatively small, but extremely busy town where the carpenter's hammer, the noise ol dynamite blowing out stumps and masses ol earth the steam
shovel'l everlasting grind, and the wild whistle ol tho locomotive toretell better than eloquence of the greatest orator what is going to happen. Tomorrow a metropolitan city bustling with itreet curs, great manufacturing industries, fast transcontinental freight and passenger train,
trans-Pacific ami trans-Atlantic steamers, great business blocks and places of umti-'Omeut, und everything else which goes to make up a great
metropolis.     THAT IS COQUITLAM •
Tho change Will be great and rapid—more rapid than the unexampled growth of Calgary, Kdmonton, Winnipeg, Saskatoon, and Regina. where
millions o, dollars were made for holders ol lots near the business district. Any growth which takes place in any pnrt of British Columbia or
the prulrio provinces will but add to tho enormous trade to bo developed with the rest ol the world through UOquvtlam and the Panama Canal,
now nearing completion. THK GRBAT OMNIPOTENT CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY IS BEHIND COQUITLAM. All tho tentacles that
vast corporation has shoved out In every direction to garner in tho enormous crops of golden grain which are making tho prairie province of
Canada famous- every one ol this railway's twelve thousand miles of steel rails, will pay tribute to Coquitiam. Coquitiam will be the funnel
through  winch   lhe  products  will  both go out and come in to teed and clothe  the  mighty  population  which  will lill  Canada up In the  years to come
a Certainty;
Not a Mere Prospect
other tuwnsitos "ii the market ai the present lime
fm tb<' reader tn hear In ni.iid Hint Coquitiam s nol
ary townsite -IT is ss tt'TI M.iTv. A SEAL ' m is Till'
MAKING. Tbere is only ono Panama cunfll, and II .- almost upon u*.
Coquitiam Is s result of that canal, and as he Canadian Paclfli i thi
greatest transportation Bystem In thc world, 11 - only natural and ug
ical to suppose that Coquitiam will hi   tl     dgg
Bul apai; Irom what   II Coquil
day. Canadian Pacific officials I inno gram o! Impi
and construction unparalleled In the am
that thousands "f men will bo employe      ■ [art,   t
are  hundreds THERE  N"«   building houses
street     .   i installing electric an I ti
njeni  A , ,,  ■,  inm,lie.1 thousand do   •
Itj    il  ". ■. liai   ' 'entn . Coquitiam, »
. .;,                      vei   hall  an                          annou
   a
MOHEY! and How
to Make it Quick
I nice there were two men who came to America from thc old Country.
Both were Industrious and each was apparently fully us able to bold up
his end in the world aud become a man of Influence und wealth — u big
man. Today, however, one is a millionaire, while tlie other is in very
average circumstances financially.
The reason lor this vast difference is not because one worked hard aud
(lie other didn't; or because one drank and the other didn't. II was
simply because the man who is now a millionaire looked abend, and
knowing that the fundamental wealth ol this nnd every other country is
In good real estate, seized his opportunity. He secured realty when It
was sellable at a ground-floor price,and waited till increasing population   multiplied  Its  value  to bim.
Kvcr since the whole country has been working for him, while tho
other man has been working for the whole country. The whole country
will work for you if you own patt of Coquitiam. Meridian Centre, Oo-
qultlam, offers you the chnnce to become independent—tu enjoy tho life
which it  is your heritage to enjoy.
Look at the big men in Winnipeg. Calgary, Kdmonton, Saskatoon,
Regina, Vancouver, or nny other big city nnd see where they get the
foundation of their fortunes. In almost every caso it was through the increase in lnnd values, directly or indirectly. Coquitlnm will eclipse all
these places in rapidity ot development nnd increase, and will eventu.iHy
probably equal or surpass them in actual   population   and   wealth.
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HERE MR. C. P. R. EMPLOYEE
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We make Special Terms to You, and Remember that
MERIDIAN   CENTRE"
is on the North side where all the improvement are being
made this year. A Machine Shop, a Paint Shop, a Repair
Shop, 25 Miles of Track, a temporary Bunk House and a
Round House will be built this Summer.
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MESSRS. TOOMBS & AMOa,
Special Representatives
Office in McDonald's Old Drug Store, Corner of McKenzie Avenue and Victoria Road
References   R. O. Dun & (,<>*. and Union Brink, Vancouver.
The firm of McTavish Bros, is one of lhc host known and mosl reliable Real £ .talc Houses in the Wesl.     They have made Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars for Iheir Clients
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-fff  e BAT0RDAY, MATtCII  16th,  1112
^££13   MAIL-HERALD,   REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,  MARCH Uth,  lil-2
THE ONLY SHOE STOCK
IN TOWN WHICH CAN
SUPPLY THE NEEDS OF
THE WHOLE FAMILY
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. jj. tfume $ Co.. limited
OUR SHOE MOTTO
Classy Shoes in newest designs
at a minimum cost for maximum wear.
OUR DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT
LADIES' SPRING DRESSES
Just now, before Easter enters the Calendar, is the time most ladies pick out their Suit
or Dress for Spring'. These days the tirst glow
of Spring finds us ready with a more representative stock of lovely garments than ever. You
will like our Suits at
$20.00 to $35.00
SILK AND NET WAISTS
100 or more Silk and Net Waists go on sale
Thursday and they are all desirable goods. Just
a Spring cleanup of this stock: almost sure to
be one for you. They are $7.50 to $10 Waists
and are all priced at
$3.90
SPRINC UNDERGARMENTS
Fine, light and cool Spring Undergarments for ladies. Spring, needle knit, pure
Sea Island Cotton, with or without sleeves,
high or low neck, and at allprices.   15c. to $1.00
FANCY LINEN SUITINGS
For ladies, imported every one from the
looms of France, Germany. Scotland, Ireland
and Belgium. They owe their charm to the
experts who conceived their beautiful weaves
and colorings. They come in plain weaves, all
the new colorings, also in Fancy stripes, etc.,
and show the ideas that will rule in fashion for
the season at
25c, 35c. and 50c.
CORSET BARGAINS
75c. Corset Bargain, a clearing lot, all sizes
all colors, all at
75 Cents
COTTON DRESS FABRICS
The new Wash Cotton Dress Fabrics for
Spring 1D12 are here. Thousands of different
styles, more beautifal than ever before Every
wanted werve and fashionable nicety for the
Spring finds a place in our stock of cottons.
You will appreciate the variety to choose from.
From Prints at Lr*c. to Ratines at per yard
$1.00
Groceries and Crockery Department
Jelly Powders
Now is the season when you will enjoy a nice
dish of Jelly, Wc have all the flavor:;'you want
from champagne to lemonade. Sec our side
window for samples. We carry the best and the
price is the best
Three Packages for 25c.
Biscuits!!     Biscuits!!
OUR GREAT KAVORITES, Huntley &
Palmers, a delicious assortment for afternoon teas,
social gatherings, and whenever a choice but inexpensive assortment is desired, no more delightful biscuit can lv offered.
Crockery and China
We arc always showing a large assertmcnl ol
Dinner Sets. This Spring we arc showing a
larger line than ever before. See our new White
and Gold Pattern. Tins makes up a nice Dinner
Set for a very small price. We are also showing
a large range of Tea Sets, Cups and Saucers,
Fruit and Salad Bowls, Biscuit Jars, Tobacco
Jars, Cream .md Sugars, Cut Glass, Brass Goods,
Toilet  Sets   and  a   large   assortment   of   Fancy
China.
DAINTY LINEN WAISTS
In Sheer Batiste and Lawns. Some of
simple style in which fine tucks are the only
adornment ; others of dainty Maderia embroidery and fine Valenciennes and Cluny
Laces. The collarless models are here, also
the new set in sleove.
$1.00 to $12.50
Pickles !    Pickles !
Now that our Spring Groceries are arriving,
Wc can assure our customers that wc can supply
their wants to the fullest extent and in nt) line do
we show up io such advantage as in PICKLES.
Crosse & Blackwell's, the well known brand, are
our longest suit. Mixed Pickles, Chow-Chow,
White Onions, Walnuts and Gerkins in half pis.
al 25c. Pint bottles with patent stoppers at 35c.
and quart bottles at thc exceedingly small price of
65 cents. You will do well to look at our prices
in these lines.
Dried Fruits
Just at this time you will wonder whal has
become ol vour last season's preserved fruit. Don't
think you will have 10 go without it until the new
fruil arrives, because we bave a full stock of some
of the besl evaporated Iruit we have ever shown.
Apples, Peaches, Tears, Apricots and Prunes.
Try them, thev will induce vou to try more.
Fish for Lenten Season
Wc have jusi opened up for the Lenten Season
some of the choicest Salt Fish vve have ever
handled. Salt Mackerel, large, lal and well cured,
Salmon Bellies, the best pick ot the year. Labrador Fat Herring, well packed, well cured, without any particle sign of rust, and Salt Codfish
cured and packed by the best packers in Nova
Scotia, in .' Ib. blocks and j lb. boxes, also a
quantity of Smoked Halibut and Kippered Herring always on hand,
Latest Styles and Makes m Spring Shoes
We wish to call the attention of the Shoe-Wearing Public to the fact that
our new lines of Spring Shoes are just to hand. This season we are in a
better position than ever to cater to your wants in Footwear. We have
the sole agency for the SLATER SHOE. THE REGAL SHOE and for
J. C& T. BELLS fine shoes for Women. In the children's lines we are in
a position to give you exactly what you wish in all sizes and leathers. We
also have succeeded in obtaining the sole agency for the famous BOY
SCOUT Shoes for boys only; they come in a variety of leathers and styles.
The Slater Shoe for Men
Men's Box Calf Blucher- High heel, bump toe,
medium sole.    The best shoe yet for     -   $4.00
Men's Box Calf Blucher-Medium heel and toe
heavy sole, with waterproof insert. The
best that money can buy at - $5.00
Men's Kangaroo Blucher—High heel, new high
toe, light sole, and flexible welt. The
dressiest shoe in town.    Price, -        $6,00
Men's Tan Button Boot Medium heel, high toe,
dark willow tan. A dressy shoe on the
newest last.    Price, $5,00
Shoes for LitUe Women
We have now in stock a line of shoes made
on Women's lasts with LOW HEELS.
They are designed especially for girls and
come in sizes from 2 to <1-}. We have them
in Lace Boots, Tan Button Boots, I'atent
Button Boots, tan, gun-metal and patent
pumps.   Prices.       -      -      •     $3.00 to $4.00
W
omens
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oes
Button shoes for women are decidedly it for
the coming season. Let us show you a few of the
most up-to-date lines.
WOMEN'S TAN PAT. BUTTON-IO button, good-
year welt sole, dark shade, cuban heel, the
new Toy toe.   We feel sure you can't beat
it anywhere.    I'rice.       -      •        -        $5.00
WOMEN'S TAN BUTTON-Cuban heel, good-
year welt sole, kid top, high grade patent
colt vamp, bungalow toe.   Price,       •     $5.00
WOMEN'S Nl'BUCK BUTTON-The newest
shoe for the coming season and destined to
be the most popular of all the classy ones.
Light fawn shade of buck that can be
washed with soap and water. Good-year
welt, white buttons, military heel.   I'rice $6.00
WOMEN'S BHOWN VELVET BUTTON-de-
cidedly a nobby   shoe   in   a  nobby   last.
Brown velvet vamp, corded silk top,   Medium weight sole,  cuban  heel.    Erie $6.00
HOUSE FURNISHING DEPARTMENT
MATS AND SQUARES
A few lines that will interest the housekeeper
who is p.epairing for early spring house cleaning.
These lines are extra special in value and will not
last long at the prices.
Japanese Mats ***x ^mains. 4x7. $1.75
4x12 at $3.00 each
Union Squares A11 si2cs'a11 colors
and combinntious
You  can't  get  away from the values we
offering in these.   Call  antl  see them;  the  prices
are away below actual cost.
HEW LIHES OF WALL PAPERS
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.
TO QUALITY—In a wide range of patterns
at $1.20 per square yard
f~* QUALITY—In attractive new patterns
at 90 cents per square yard SATIltHAY,   M Vfli'll   lCth,   1912
THE 3VL^IJL-I3:Ervl^r,U;   REVHLSTOKE
SATURDAY, MAl'ti'll  H-th,  1912
REID & YOUNG
OUR GRAND SPRING OPENING
OF IMPORTED
cTVlILLINERY
Wednesday and Thursday, March 20th,-21st
LADIES, DON'T OVERLOOK THIS
REID & YOUNG
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THE CITY IK BRIEF
The   1 0.0 F.  in"  i -',if »tc<l  i"    !<■'
*    the Selkirk hnll nt J p.m   riumlaj
The  Bpvrorth  Lienglie social nl    the
, nee  '■:  Mrs.  Blackberg,  on Weil
.,■■-•.!„>*  evening,  wan  grcntlj    mjoyi I
I   lal -•   '■;*.*■ I    il   young people,
tn making oul the program toi  the
.-;.  Patrick's entertainment, the name
-   -,i was  inadvert
, • •  .  put  li r Mrs. W    Bi wi
Rtad  the  program ol  the  -I   r   '
■;  ,;. this Ibsui .
Ub :*t   thrahamson  ban accepted  n
, 1*9 ■   m with the C. B. Hume r
Don't miss the J.B C cuncarl lu i
the Methodist church next 'I hm min; I
night \
r F i ..* dmark letl on Ttaursdaj i
morning     Ioi     Golden on n business
.1, T   Ti Hi i   :•'*. ned Irom a
trip to v. nncouvci  the middle ol
week.
The    Jumoi     B bio •' ib wJI 1 old
noil  in the
Metho PI ■■ My    vi,"■ i,
■
Miss   \    B. Wh ti    Ioi mei Ij  matron
latterly ol
-Stewart, B.I       *    '      few  daj      In
•    - te to New Vork
v  •    Met' lib cl     11 '.nm.in  .,!  Kam
s,  who has up with an
m    months,    wns
tors to R -wlstoke thin
■• -    R   Hi « ioi       left     Thui
K in    ops    -.«.li,-!-       she
Mi    How
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HONEV   - HONEVI
Pin,- W bn, Ci,"" lloni'i In 5 Hi  Cans.    This is  somi'tliiiig   von
will Innl avvlullv  uici  il 'In-- season ol lhe yeur.
HOME-MADE JAM    in pint-mnl (|Uarts, glass jjrs.    This  is
ili-olulelv pure .md well put up.
SYRUPS    I'urc MapleSvrup ill bottles oi eitus, which we guiir-
iin, >* to iu* lhe besl
A.  HOBSON.
MacKenzie Avenue
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SPRING    IS   THE   RIGHT   TIME
.,.,,[ .,11,1 m.ili,   ilu :     ni' ni "ii *i .nun,*.   Then  vou <;<n
move in and plan a garden   i ponltri \fi,l nnd all sorts of things vou
would onjoy during a Summer.    Ifyou Iiave n   little capital   vve  can
n,,.,    • ,..!« i,,.i \.,u i , ,i. imn' ii home iuimediati Ij
KOOTENAY  AGENCIES LIMITED
Mrs. j, n, JohnBori and Miss John     dook oul lor Monday's program al
*"ii will receive on the third Monday tl *  Htm   theatre,   "in  in.*  Hands ol |
nl tha month. * ";'   Mormons,"  something   never  ho
,, . lu  *     -hiiwn  in      RevelBtoke.       Tho
Mrs.   (i.   [talph   bawrcuee,   McKenzie	
.... I i..I  .1  Htutes courts have held    this
avenue,     will   not  N-ceivn the    third , ..
.,, ,    ,, . picture fm  months, and have decided
Monday ths month, mn will be    at       ,,„,,,,,.   ,.
•     ' l" place ,l  before the public.
home"    TueBilny,    March  19th, aftei
iiiM'u 'ond evening.
Kilty yeiii-s ago today, Mr. John
Sanderson, one "1 Revelstoke's popular old-timers, arrived in British Columbia, Mr. Sanderson mado tho
trip iiverlan.l through Mexico nud the
Isthmus ol Panama, thonco t" Victoria,
Tl T. Goirfts, representing the Canadian Ijlble "Society, asserts lhat
vvhllo lodging in a private house   on
I Second street, in the oarly morning
of the 12th inst.. be destlnctty nit
an  eaethquake  iremor.   Ha thinks  it
; was the same qiluke thai  wns reeqrd
| i'<l in Aln-iiii iii  thai exaci time,
We     understand    Unu   Mr.  Gordon
Tansley, of tho lirm ol Deloltte, Plan
der nnd Gri Illt Iih,     auditors and nc
countonts,  tine  been appointed "iiii
lol receiver "1 the     Dominion  Sow -
mills  Compnny,   Limited,   Mr.  'Pans
ley    wns    ono ol  the nudltors    who
mode an   examination of     the com
pony's books In November last.
Don Paddy de Ga/an
The  nnniVMis.il',   St.   Patrick's    ell
tcrtalnmcnl  on   \l luj   March  l-gth,
under     the     auspices ol St.  Francis
Club,   will   In* ono  "I  the  fluent   aina
t.'in* producl h yet   lield in  the city.
i The mimical talent  is of the best and
is  well     known  in  Revelstoko audi
ciues.      The  following   is  a   synopsis
nl  the   Irish  farce  "Hun   Paddy       De
Bazan:"
Sir Wm.  Mooretleld  *.s murdered hy
ins nephew and heir,  Sn* Chns. Caul
lllovver.     The  only  witness    to    the
crime  Mary  Dalton,  a child servant,
is sold  hy  the assassin  to a  band ol
gipsies; Pa l,ly Maguii *. the coach
I mnn, is accussed, round guilty and
j transport ■•!   toi   liie.    Utei   ten   years
be  retiirtiB as  Don   Paddy  de  Bnznn,
nml  hen* tin   play   begins.
The   l.nr.l     Mayor   is in love with
Clai i i tn,  fl  Ulpsy,  and orders      her
arrest.  Trylug  to  rescue her,       Don
Paddy  is ni I*  ned.  Sir Charles again
secures Iii. ii,Iniual miii.  Paddy wins
Him heart  ol Clarctta. To furtlu i  thi
oliii ol the Lord Mayor, Sir Charles
has |i,,ii Paddj  and Claretta married
in mask The Lord Mayor courts
.Claretta and is repulsed. Don Paddj
' escapes  h -  i xccul loners an*l  by    his
clever manipulation  adjusts mat iers.
Claretta  is    discovered  to  he    Mary
Dalton, an 1 Sn* CbarleB is shown up
"""ton
\  s),,*. al     meel * '■ "In
lb spttal r.iiild will he held ni ■' Tu
.!,.,  iii,*  istli   "si . ill  *       p.n
I     lv     llllll
* "iiln iii.,' loll       in*',     iddn
morning;  sermon   In  th      v
ll •  l„,r.i  Bishop  nl   Si *   ».*■
an I  !<"">■   BJ    ''   SI    i	
V     lll.ilistl*   U
ho   I   lm* '"''•■    I'l
M  nning
*
in his nu   colors.
Seats   arc on sale at    Macdonald's
ton
AOOITIOML" BUSINESS- LOCRiS
,   Bad ***i ('oncerI  under the ,'us
"1   lh*    Methodist   rhurch choii
■ *   even  in  tlie   rhurch   il I
I*'    l.u  evening.
■' '■ tra Tuesdaj
,,, ,, gilt.' the op ira  house,
1 '•'■■ siiehts of     h       - saui i  krout, tw
Ioi '   Mclntyre a
Ml    'I'.u ,
ST,   I'KTKU'S   CHURCH,
11,dy     Communion     c1 cry  Suuday
morning ai  s a.m.,  and after moru
Ing  prayer on  the  lirsl   Sunday     In
cub  Month,
Itcv.  c.  a.  Procunlei.  rector.  Mai
ms nl   n  n.in. and  BveiiBong at 7:311
p.m.,   every   Sunday.      Litany   oil   the
Second   Sunday,  and  tho   Am   Com
munlon  on  tho Third  Sunday    alter
Matins,    Sunday  school  every       Sun
■ lay ui  2'Mt p.m.   01    practice   on
Fridays al  s p.m.
ritUSJiYTKIti vs CHURCH
The rogular Bervlcos will be lield
tomorrow al 11 n in, and 1 :iu p.m.;
Sun lay school and Bible classes nl
:. iln p.m. West mini tei I luild on Wed
n sdaj al - p.m. The ovoning sub
i"i i is "St. l'liii Ii k." Good music ui
ul]  services,
BAPTIST i'lll Iti'H
Otic   block  wesl ol   McKenzie uvenue
mi  Sei "lid  sticel .    Hey.  is,  .1. Chave,
ll.    v.,   pastor,    Sunday   serviees      at
lla.ni.  and 7:30 p.m.,  Sunday  bcI I
an.l adult Bible classes at 8:30 p.m.;
Monday at 8 p.m., Young People's
Meeting; Wednesday al S p.m., church
Prayer Meeting. A ■ ordlal Invitation
extended to al) services. Strangers
ma le  welcome,
METHODIST  CHURCH.
life. II. a. Meinlyre, pastor. S.r
vim's al il a.m. Junior choir v* ill |
sin.-, "I Ileal*.I the Voice of .'. SUB
S,*u"; 2:311 p.m., Sunday school anil
Bililu class ms. '," ::;. p.m., Song .;. rvh ■
,-inl short ndilresH ou who .*.i.l i hnl
was St. Patrick. Fnmiliar h n
will be Bung aud : irial music i nd
* ri l by the choir Wcilnesd ij nl -
p.i i., Epworth League Ml isioii u v
n '. Thui laj nl B p.m., ' it. C.
ci .i'*'i-i in church. A cordial invitu
 s extended  to the public,
CATHOLIC CHURCH
St..  Francis    of    Assisil      Catholii
■ li uch, corner ol Fifth si re, t and
McKenzie aveuuo.
Services—On all Sundays, excopl
the fourth of each montb. Low mass
with Communion of tho Faithful at
8 a.in. llkrli Mass al In .ill a. ,„.,
Christian Doctrine tor children al
2:30 p.m. Rosary with Bendiction ol
The Blessed Sacrament 7 30 p.m.
"u week days -Holy    Mass    every
morning nt 7:30.     Confession
heard every evening after 7:30     and
in the mornings bi fore  M * s
■I. C  McKeni le,   P.  p.
Wui'k ynur garden with tools you buy from us and thoy won't
always be breaking.
We " rake" the*hiarket Cor the best garden tools and Hard-
wan' made.
Wo " hoe our own row " by giving our customers Rood
hardware for their good money.
Wo carry a first-class line of Tree PrunerB, Manure Drags,
etc., in Eact everything required for up-to-date gardening.
[f you contemplate chicken raising or renovating your runs,
call and look our Wire Netting, all sizes up to 60 inches. Our
priceB cannol be equalled and our quality Al.
Don't forget to pul off fencing that lield you were thinking
nl' when a few rods of barbed or fencing wire, whieh we carry
in all si/.es, will save you a few hundred dollars damage to
your crops
Do not forget that the most up-to-date and complete line of
Shelf and Heavy Hardware can he had at tho
Revelstoke Hardware Co., Ltd.
Howson Block
Hindi
J. B. G. Second Annual Concert
METHODIST CHURCH.  THURSDAY.  MARCH 21st
PROGRAMME
PART 1
1. Trombone and Alto Horn Duel     1'. Samson and E. Dickey
"Rock of Ages"
2. Vocal Solo Miss Christobel Pagdin
" By the Fountain
;',.   Instrumental Duet      Misses Eva Thompson und Lily Lee
I.   Male Quartette
Me srs. Sampson, Thorpe, Anderson, Cameron
5.   Brass Q lartette " Come Where the Lilies Bloom "
i'i.    Vocal Diet   (Seleeted)    Mrs. Bews and Mr. R. Lawrence
PART 11.
7.   M leting of the Squigginsville Debating Society.
(a) i Iponing Chorus.
(b) Debate.   Subject   "Chawin Tobaccer"   vs.   Robbin'
Umis Is."
i-i S • ilie Quartette,
(d   *      itions from Prof. 'Lige Smither's Orchestra.
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Straw Hat Dye. nny color
Zbc. per bottle
Rexall Cold Cream
for Chapped Hands
35c. and 50c a Jar
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McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Outfitter, for Rnvd 'oke's Men and Boya
BECAUSE
Rl-.i1 Estate values arc not inflated and
propcit) is sold on its own merits. Of
the $25,000,000 voted for railway development in Alberta, $20,000,000 i.s
tributary to Edmonton and $7,000,000
is being spent in the cjty by the three
different reals. Until a short time ago
Edmonton was the- endol railway transportation, but willi Iwo lines building
through io the Coast and three to the
Gicat IV.icl- kiiLi eouiilry, this Cit) is
becoming ,i great distributing center.
This great farming district is attracting
monied inerests Irom all pan-, 11 ihe
coui try and many new wholesalers are
-.,*, 1;ring .mils for large establishment3
in Kdmonton, the commercial centre for
the whole new district,
BECAUSE
Mam- Revelstoke people have already
made successful investments in Edmonton during the pisi yearor so and you
will fail to lind one who cannot realize a
splendid increase in value. The amalgamation of Edmonton and Strathcona
makes property on the south side ol the
river especially attractive at the present
time.
Our property known ns " Crescent
View," located 2'j miles from the Edmonton Post Oflice and commanding a
beautiful view of ihe Saskatchewan
River, is suiu to bring investors quick
returns. The new sue for the Alberta
col'cge which will accommodate 500
pupils, is located just east of " Crescent
View " whieh iiiMins a street ear line in
the near future and oilier cily improvements shoillv.
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"ORESCENT VIEW THE BEST"
BECAUSE
Ntarly 1,000 lots hare been sold right in Edmonton during the past three weeks to
/i' ople wh" ' in g« out und see the property. Several deals of a blocK or more have
ben closed with Edmonton Real Estate operators who realize that this desirable
Sub-Division it being scld at extra low prices and will net them good returns. This
ulii-. v lm . -.uld over 100 lots to Revelstoke buyers who may rest assured that they
have made the best buy on the market t .-iluy. We have a few choice lots left at the
original prico which will mily last a few days more. Don't put this off. See us at
mice
PRICE,  $150 PER LOT
One-Fifth Cash. Balance Over 18 months.   Special Prices on Blk. and Half Blk. Deals
J. B. WATSON REALTY COMPANY
E. G. FOLEY. Manager, MacKenzie Avenue
L.
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