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Conservative Rally
at Opera House
paints Oils Glass Varnishes
Brushes Ladders Polishes Etc.
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9 Capital Subscribed            - 6.000,000.00 5
5 Capital Paid Up              -      - 5,996.00^.00 X
X Reserve        .... 5,996,000.00 p
6 Total Assets,        -       - J 72,000,000.00 6
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cm i,"n rate from dats of deposit.   Oorrespondenee solicited. V
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Spring Shipment Just Arrived
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j P. Burns & Co., Ltd.
Revelstoke, B. C.
Wholesale and Retail
will refresh you »iil. Its bright, i
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P   O.  Box 200            QROCER & BAKER
M.-4 M.J
Phono No. 23
Will Address Electorate on
Thursday, March 7th, at
8 p. m. [very [lector is
Invited t.) Attend
Tho adyauce news convi yr*l in our
Bpecial telegram trom S Ictoria published lust iss,ip, regarding tho dls-
BolutIon and date oi election, is con-
Qrmed by telegrams trom official sour
ces today, and by the Issuing of th?
necessary Gazette notices and official
proclamations. Premier McBrlde, accompanied by the Hon. W, .1. Bowser, Attorney General for the Province,  mil   Hon.  Thus.  Taylor.   Minis
r ,'f Public Works and member for
tho Rovelstoke riding, will open the
Conservative campaign ot Revelstoke
on Thursday ovenlng io'sI the 7th
instant, at a public meeting to bo
held in the Hevelstoke opera bouse,
commencing at 8 p.m.
These three eloquent nn.l popular
members of the Government, will
place Bquarely before the electorate
during the evening in the course of
three separate and distinct speeches,
the record of the government during
the past session, the main features ot
the great Uailway Policy, whioh is
the chief plank in the platform of the
Conservative Party at the forthcoming contest, together with an outline of thc plans whieh the govern *
ment have in view for the further development of this province if they are
returned to power by the electors,
whose support at the polls they will
It Is unnecessary (or any reader of
this paper to be informed as to the
work and achievements of the government, especially as all will soon have
thc opportunity af healing same from
ths lips ,,f three such prominent and
responsible  members of the  Cabinet.
The tart that the government
have clioosan, in the height of their
power and popularity, to take their
casa frankly before the electorate,
basing their claims for future support solely upon puRt performances,
and not upon the vague promises of
the future, is sufficient proof of the
faith they themselves have, alike in
the record of the last two sessions,
and in the intelligence of thc electorate. Kvery newspaper reader and observant citizen, is well acquainted
with the personality and deeds of the
government. The principle members
of the Cabinet are practical men,
thoroughly acquainted with the present needs and future possibilities of
the Premier Province, and they have
demonstrated by the legislation enacted during their term of office, that
they are well In touch with all sections of our people, alive to present
day conditions, and prepared to legislate m the best interests of thc
electors of the province.
The history of the McBrlde administration is a record of work and
achievement in every department of
Provincial government. Alike in the
branches of PSnance, legislation and
development tbey bave scored success
after succ Even opponent* bev
been compelled tn admit tbeir iuom
ses, consoling thei . ti, pnrila
-ni.- of details
Th. story wbich the visiting gov -
ernment members will unfold t ■ ■ a
Revelstoke audience on Thursday
next,  is Dot so much a history of thc
Conservative government ol B.O., as
ii rental of a series of statisnianlike
reforms which have brought this province from darkness of obscurity and
financial embarnssment, into the
limelight af thfl world's envy and
tlle proud position as an easy lirst
of tbc whole Dominion as regards industrial and financial stability.
Whether *.n* agree politically with
the Premier and ins colleague* or
differ from them, none can deny thai
thej bav« done sterling work for ihis
province and tha opportunity to bear
these three prominent minister* spoak
from the .public dlatfurii, should not
be missed by any citizen of lievelstoke. It is an opportunity which is
not   likely  to occur again fnr      some
time an.l everyone is Invited to tako
advantage of same.
B th ibe announcement of eleoti ,u
day, the CoMervattve Partj ol Rcv-
atctokt, have commenoed na active,
campaign on   behalf ol theli candidate
committes  ns will ba opened   ai
Revel tok* iu the Selkirk Hull   tbu
evonlng, and every arrangement is
being made to light the Bection from
the lirst sound of the gong with that
energy and enthusiasm for whieh the
local Conservative Assocint inn have
bocome famous throughout the pro
vines. All Conservatives and friends
ol the Party are requested to report
nt the committee rooms brepared for
duty, anil from now on until the
elections are over the Conservative
Association for this district will centralise at   these  committee  rooms,
Bo far no intimation has been made
as I,, the intentions of the opposl -
lion, but the Liberal Party will
doubtless be heard from foil iwlng
their Provincial Convention now go*
Ing on at Vancouver. The riocial
ist are endeavoring to raise tbo necessary deposit, and will run ., candidate for propaganda purposes, hut
opposition trom Hns quarter is not
tai en very seriously.
The Conservatives announce that
111 v are well prepared in every department, and tbe general feeling is
that the Conservative candiilito will
he elected by acclamation.
Next Wepk Nelson and Ymir
will Hold Norn naling Conventions in that City.
Nelson, March I.—Following the definite announcement ol the dnte     of
the provincial elections the political
pot in Nelson and this district has
begun to boil in earnest
On Thursday nest. March 7. the
Conservatives ol Ymir at a convon
tion to be held here will nominate a
candidate tor thai riding, and to -
morrow evening the executive of the
Nelson Conservative association Will
decide upon tne date for the nomin-
ting Convention for the Nelson city
No announcement has yet been
made by tbe Nelson Liberal assoela
tion, but the Socialists will hold a
convention tomorrow evening and an
nounce that they propo-e to select
Candidates to contest Nelson and
Vm.r ridings.
For Revelstoke—To Make
Surveys this Summer
-Delegation to Interview Mann-McKenzie
Hpeolal wire to Mall-Horald,
Victoria, B, c, March 2.—Delegation satisfied with meeting with Premier, Premier stated thai Canadian
Northern  proposals for extension to
Rovelstoke and Arrowhead would be
deferrod and that he Intended arrang
ing for preliminary surveys Ihis sum-
mcr. Also that Sir William Mae
Kensle and Sir Donald Mann would
in- in Provlnco of Uritish Columbia
in the course of next month or two
when conference    would be arranged
for Uevelstoke delegation. When plans
finally decided upon Canadian Northern would undoubtedly push construe
Won. Premier will hold meeting in
Itevelstoke next week.
Meet in Vancouver this Week
-A Nnmber of Revelstoke
Liberals in Attendance
Vancouver, March 3—The Provincial Liberal Convention adjourned last
night having completed formation ol
new party platform with Transportation. Labor and Taxation planks. In
latter item, convention declared In
favor of exemption from taxation nl
all improvements, abolition of poll
tax,  and   personal  property'tax,  aud
exemption from taxation to incomes
up to su.ono per annum,    The spirit
ol reform was strongly in cvldenco
throughout the convention, and although the detent Of the McPrlde gov
ernment i- regarded iis a hopeless Id-
m.iI.   the   Liberals  anticipate   securing
at least six seats,    ii. Oi Brewster
was elected I'res,dent, .nnl a numlier
Ol resolutions condemning Hi, govern
ment were passed. Itevelstoke dele ■
gates at the convent mn wen* W. II.
Sutherland.      C.   Ii.   Skene,  Q    I.and,
w i HriRgs. .i. Abrahamson, n. .1.
Btswart, .1. li. McKensle, H M. Law
renoe, C. fl. UaOdonald, Fred Pram,
In Britain—Factories and Railroads Closing Down—Scottish Iron Workers Join Strike
I.nn,Ion. Manh !—-Official union
statement show- that 1,049,407 minors have laid down their picks and
walked out of the mines on strike,
Bince the term,nation of the AH Brit
ish Strike notices. Hundred* "f far
tori.-s are shutting down, railways
and steamships are curtailing    their
sMi-.u-rs owing t„ .shortage of coal
which is reaching an acuta stage. In
Scotland alone over iimi.ihhi iron
Workers an' idle as a direct result of
th eoal getters strike. Tlle striking
miners ar- very quiet, and taking
holidays. Premier Asquith announc -
e.l in the House of Commons today
thai the Mine owners of Knglnnd
and North Wales had accepted tbe
proposal* of the government io grant
a niinlmmiim wage, but thc operat -
ors of South Males and Scotland declined to listen to this proposition.
Union leaders refuse to discuss tbc
situation. Strike threatens rom -
plcte tie up ol Uritish Industrial pro
Auction, and situation grows hourly
Lawrence,     Mass.,   March   2   Textile
strike ol eighteen thousand employ
'■es likely to end  here soon,  all mills
statu  with  two except inns  tiny have
oflered striker* live to tifteen per mil
increases according to grade of work
performed,    Original     demand      of
strikers     was for fifteen per cent  all
lound.   Present  appearances point to
resumption  of work      wltlnn  a  week,
and partial victory for strikers.
Toronto, March '2—lion. Kdwiird
lllake riled last evening at t f" p.m.
He has lieen ,11 since return from
London  last   August,  and  fol    avtfal
year* mOtred from paralyfii pl Mt
Cl ise Sunday Stores--- Police
Shaking Things Up   in   the
Wicked Western City.
Vancouver,    March j   Btriot police
campaign   commences  tomorrow   ag
ninRt  stores  selling  good*  on    UtU -
days.    Police   Issue   Statement       that
tb.v Intend    to close up nty tight
If present   orders are em rail out Van
couver trill ne rlssssri with Toronto
as competitor for t'lle of Angelic
City It || easier to Scare* business
men than it Is to catch Hank robbers
,'i   Vancouver.
KiiMeii.     ili'itiianv.      March    2-- Knur
hundred thousand Qerman coal min
Ml may follow example ■■( striking
Hrltish colliers 11 present indications
can   lie  taken  as  true  symptoms      ol
prevailing dissatisfaction in Qsrman
•*ii coal mining center*     Btit*) foui
Coal miners meetings railed fm Hun
day In consider strike following tha
refusal of Owens to grant wage in
i*l ease of      ten  per cent.    The  Union*
have also decided t struct all un
ion   miners   iu   lhe   Fatherland   to   re
(usa to work overtime during th*
Hrltish strike.
Nelson. March 2,   li   p. Pettipleei.
the  Labor  Leader  nl  V anroiivar,  has
in-eii   nominated   Boctdllst candidate
ibi \ in r during tha coming election
Arthur   llairod  b.i    been      nominated
by tin* Iled* to run lol Helton m ti«'
Sorialints   inleicst.
We have just 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, Shinple Stain,
in fact everything' necessary for PaintiuR 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 see that
Sherwin-Williams' name is on the can.
All colors in Alabastine.    Paint Brushes, etc.
Our Railway Policy Is
To supply to the people of Revelstoke  the  best
in the Grocery line.
CHIVER'S JAMS are now in meat demand—
these goods are put up from ripe fruits and pure
sugar and retain all the tasty quality of home
made Jams.   Prices are right.    Try some.
John Mclntyre CB, Son
Revelstoke Meat Market, ltd.
Revelstoke Meat Market Ltd.
Men's Suits
New Spring Styles
They are smart enough  to
hold their own in any gatheniiR.
Splendidly   made of finest
Tweeds and Worsteds.
Prices from $20 to $35
Mercantile Co.. Limited
Tin- st ■;, ■* Shop t' i Mi n snd Ri i-i
American railroads arc the fastest
and safest in thc world.
Thc American trainman
counts his time in seconds.
Foreign rtSraad nu*n carry no
loch wai.h as thc HOWARD.
Offici.il Inspection of railroad
WMtliei r\i*ts in no mhrr country.
HOWARD Railroad Watchafteurt
NMtaf) are officially ccrfirird and i.iopted
hy the time intperton of or-.e hundred and
forty of the feeing rallroadi of America*
Better than  t)>it, thrir d.tiV prrfurnuncr
llhnrr, mnrea<rurnrMh*Mbrnio*t rxjet-
ing ftflratd itqvlmncMt.
H'»ti h i« tiuilc of netta] bard-tempered
Dot I .*:r)i thc
j*r an«i «ibcmti n n»" r ..nud i< r\i. r.
I my HOWARD ii made and id-
Mm witch. Onad and timed
it ■ ■^ntii^bytheHOWARDwitrh-
ma ken.
Thr price of dw HOWARD »/f"i
—rtflratd mo4eli *$o to $14°—and a
printed pricr-ii. krt attached:
We tarrv rlii« d-trncrtve Mtch ">d
wuuld tik<- to thuw it tu »ou
C P  DCU/Q dweller
li Ui DLlfDj  Opticiar
I. SATURDAY, V UtCH "n.l. 19U
Some Snaps in Local Realty
House and Two Lots on MacKenzie Ave $4,100
House and Lots on First Street  3,500
House  and    Lot,  South-Wen    Corner
Douglas and King Street  1.500
House and Lot, Fourth Street  2,850
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
Che flDail-lberalb
{Interior publiebing Company,
J. K. JOHNSON, Manager.
Land tiotu-cs $7.50. All advertisements subject to tbe upprovul ol
tbe manau-tment. Wanted and
Condensed Advertisements ; —
Agents Wanted, Help Wanted, Sit
uations wanted. Situations Vacant, Tenchero Wautod, Mechanics
Wanted, SS -words or less, 25c,
each additional line lo cents.
Changes n. standing advertise
ments must be In by '■> a. in.
Tuesday and Friday ol each week
to secure good  display.
OORRESPONDKNCK Invited on mutters ot public Interest. Communications to Editor must be
accompanied by nams ol writer
n"t necessarily tor publication,
hut as evidence ol good faith.
Correspondence should be brief.
Including  postage  to  England,   I'nit
ed Statec aud C'Bnnda.
By the year ithrough postoffice) 12.50
L-n-al notices If cents per line first
insertion. S cents per line each
•subsequent insertion. Measurements Nonparlel 112 lines nmke
one inch.i Store aud general
business announi-rnients i'i.bti per
inch per month Preferred positions. 15 per cent, additional.
H.rtbs Marriages and Deaths, 50c
each insertion.
torntlon ol tbe old  — orean regime
"Up to tho present, more than n
hundred suspected conspirators have
i,en arrested, Tbc tad ol the con'
aplracy bus heen admitted. The lend
i wire teachers nnd students ot tbo
Bin Syong Academy and a majority
of   those   involve.I   in   the   case    con
Fesscd to be believers in Christianity
Their arrest, however, bud nothing
in .In either with the cburcb or the
faith. In spite ol ibis plain fact some
of Hie missionaries affected hy tins
aflair ure reported to huve boon ins
tributlng various hypotheses calculated i" protect their own Interests"
Nelson, Pol). 211—Al the Kool nny
Presbyter) meeting yesterday, tho
Presbytery committee on systematic
benevolence reported. Tlio allocations
imw st an i reduced by about 50 per
cent. The amount which this Presbytery Will seek to raise us its share
ol  the church's  $1,000,000 is  J3356.
The commissioners who have been
nppointed to represent this Presby -
1,'iy al tbe next general assembly are
lie,-.  II.   II.  I Irani  of Fernie,   Rev,   J.
R. Munroe ol Phoenix, und Hr.
Shearer; elders. .1. p. McNiven of
Grand Forks. .1. Lowrle ol Cranbrook, nn,l Captain s. McMorris, ol
Petitions were received from Elko
and Proctor asking the court to secure loans to aid them In building
churches. Uev. F. a. Robinson was
tol'.owed with close attention as be
addressed the court on social Bervico
and avangeiism. lie dealt with the
problem ol city rescue mil rodemp -
Lite work.
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Pi  1*1      cored   Camliridgi I
lord 4,
Physical   Direi tui    V.M.C 4.
Itnllaod nl. $3,nmi,noil, tho capital be-
, ing subscribed exclusively   in France,
The   purpose  of the   company is to
build a railway from Dunvegan     to
Bella Coolu the route followed lieing
the shortest from tho Peace Itivcr to
the Pacillc, A federal charter wus
granted last year to the syndicate by
the Dominion Government and gives
powei* to tho I'acilic & Pence River
Railway Co, to construct and oper
ate a railway from Bella Coola or
liurke Channel, H.c., to a point at
or near liunvegaii. touching at Port
Fraser, Stuart l.uke. Fort St.dames.
Fort McLood and passing through the
Pino pass, tho total distance in all
about  480 miles.—Ex,
Editor Mall-Herald:—
Heur Sir,—The committee to whom
«ns ontruBted the framing of tho res.
ollltion   re   tho      "Hoy     Seoul   Move
inenl"  wlBll  to  thank you for   the  insertion   ol  that     resolution     in       lbe
Mall Herald.
Wo oxpected thai tho discussion
which would naturally follow would
Bnd expression through the columns
of your paper, It bus, bowvever, been
confined to iicrsonal attacks. We
wish therefore, to amplify our reus
ons roc opposing the movement and
request the favor of space in your
paper  for  Ihai   purpose.
Our principal ground for opposit
loll is tbat the movement tends to
militarism, a fact so apparent it Is
no longer denied by those convers -
nnl with its luetics; alld militarism
iu any form is iinniinencnl to the
interests of tbo workers. We would
commend to all hoys and young
men this extract
"Young man! tho lowest nun In
your life is to l»* n soldier. The
good soldier never I lies to dlb'ting *
uisb right from wrong. He tiovoi
thinks, never reasons; he obeys orders. If ho is ordered to lire on his
fellow citizens, on his friend, on Ills
neighbors, or his relations, be obeys
Without question or hesitation. If
ho Is order .'d to lire down a now ded
street where the poor are clamoring
Por bread, .he obeys; and sees the
grey hair of age stained with red.
and the lite tide gushing from the
breasts ol women, feeling neither re
morse or sympathy. If told oft as
one of. a tiring squad to execute     a
her    e  benefactor, he tires with -
oul hesitation, even though he knows
the bullet Will pierce tlle noblest
heart thut ever beat in human breast
That Mr. Editor, is a good descrip
tion ol a soldier, and it Is t.i that,
that our young men would be de
era.led. A good soldier Is a heart -
less, soulless, murderous machine.
Ml that  is human in him died  when
I nn,II,'d.    His  mind  and  his   body
are In the keeping ol otl
"Tiicr's not i" reason •> by, tbeli '-
mi to do and die." Such - tbe
soldier, which would you rather be;
**i  -oldier,  "i* s  man
I'ark. i
T.   8    Cassid]
I   war!
|   Tke Cook   r
I always feels |«
* confident of V
. pure and wholesome 1
| food when using |
Dr Prices
| Baking Powder |
I   A Pure,Grapc Cream0/Tartar |
MWagISBl B iking Powder   1
1: No Alum
Lime Phosphate
I Ma de fron\ Grapes   m
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be the preacher at Evening Prayer,
Uev.   .1.   VV. Stevenson,    minister,
Services ne.vt Bundaj al 11 a.m. and
7:11(1 p.m.; Sunduy school and Uible
classes ai 1 30 p.m. Wostmlnstor
lluild on Wednesday evening at eight
o'clock. The Bllbjecl in the morning
will be "The Refining Kire.,' nnd in
the evening, "Nieodcmus, the Bin
qiiiror." The choir will sing the anthem "Tbe Lord Have the Won!."
Tho public are cordially invited to
nil the services.
McKinnon's Bowling Tournament
The   Howling   Tournament   al     Mc
Kinnon's is nearing completion, with
the  Caledonians   in   first   place,   lead
ing  the  Selkirks  hy  two games.   Pol-
lowing is  the      standing of Ibe  clubs
to date
Team. Played   Won   Losi  Pc.
Caledonians   .       IS      12       :l     798
Selkirks    lo      in        S      l.lll
King     Kdwm.ls   ...1*5 8 i       b'2')
Corleys    1- I'.       12       H30
'Appy    'lime    18        3       Ili       lull
Tbe schedule.!  games for  ,,"\t    *.. < k
are as follows
Monday,    March 6—Cale-lonU -is i.-*
Km.: EOdwards,
Tuesday,     March    5—SeHti-xs   vs.
K *  *   I'M wards
*   - lay,   Manh  i —'Appj      'Ome
-..-   S Ikirks.
Thursday,  March  7-■■•' ,1 ■l..,,.., is ■*,.**..
Fi idas    M 8—King Hln . -
' ime.
The        iiim*   * *   ill. . *      , I . j
tion ol rannli
ilar   pool    tournament     mm
... I.
■I    Chave,  w
ing     -. Jects      ^^
'rom    Joseph";      K
me     ex-
-•    Pram
* - - ■
*   ■
ni .
*    *
mornli ars
.1 ,'   r   i'
v fertlli  valley  land
". iim
inanas plai
Another Railway in 6. C.
Bdmonton,    Aibci'n.    Keb,
Prcnch syiidnai    has Imw /ncorpoi -
ut,-.l under  lbe nsin* ol  ill    lariiie #
pence   RIvci      Kallvaj    Ma elopmnnt
nyndlcatc and I   rumpletlng the   '*i
g.niuation of a railway companyeap
HI l(i'll
l '■ i i ■ l ■ ■
•7 3fl   1* ni
StIhjSCi '■'       * , hen*
pastoi   »HI   Use isa the question     ul
woman'      ifTi ige Tho choir   * 111
anthem "Co'mi Him all Ye
Labor "   H!p forth    . n-   ■   ■' idi
evening  a' . chai ,'■*
' iir tlas   Hi ■;■    '■:   lep m ■ *.   nti
public is cordiall.   ,,   ted ti   ';
Hi .     i'.   A     l'i mh iml i.   - ictof    Sec-
I   'nnd.iv  in  I * irvlces      ns
per    folll'W    III-     ||Sl III    ,     Him*.    COM
lliuiiiiiii     I I   a ii,      M tl nu mi.i        Holy
i ,.1111111111 i-n   ,        -ii   Wvonsong Ths
Very  Htiv.   il „*,   Paget,   "I  'uli'a:
I'.im.'i mi uu  eni   ii i ins parish, win
Makes lighter,
winter, better
flavored bread
—p r o d u c e s
more loaves
to bag.
Sold Hv Hobson ■■*■. Co,
Uon't  Iml  to see tho Bckhnrdts at
the Kdison on Peb. 29th nnd Mar.1st
House to let u, ir Central school,
Vpplj  to II* N. Coursler.
lick liardts Vaudeville at tho lidtBon
on  !''el>. 29th md March  Ist,
For high class confectiouery ol all
descriptions,   visit   tho   Sugar   Howl.
Tl o "Sugar Howl" chocolati a ar ■
un iirpnssod.
See the Hevelstoke Nurseries lor
Cut Flowers. Phone SC. I. c.
Watch the "Sugar Howl" win.low*,
for our Saturday specials.
t'hildicns' Tains, cloth, leather, velvet. 25c.  each  at   Mel.ennan's.
If you would bo "IT" lake her a
bos of "Sugar Bowl" i hocolates,
The    Kdison   is the most  popular
picture house   in   town.
A neat, comfortably furnished house
to 1st on Fourth street.—Apply     to
II.   N.   Coursier.
Prohyn's    store Is    well   Bupplled
with candies made ou the premises.
Uon't forget that candies are more
Wholesome bought fresh.
Buy your good wearing gloves
from   Mclntyre's.
Heavy   tweed   punts.   $1.50   per pair
it   Mclntyre's.
s'm our bargains In canned hlmi■*-
and corn starch for .Monday and Tues
daj  of next  week,   I    B. Hume ,t (',,
Some good bargains in dwellings
■ ■ii Second and Third streets.- II. N.
Why   do  the  boys always  buy  their
wagons al Howson's. Because they
al* .us gel  what  they want.
Don't wait until duly belon lei
ing  the Banfl Ice you  require,  Cum
tilings  Transfer  Company.
Ladles—now ih the time to have
your baby carriages made new.—Vi.
Don'l  torget  that     Howson's Sale
ol  i arpeta  Is sl ill  one.  Come in and
lock is picked over
Tn Rent - near v.M.c. \.. comfort
aide   live    in.ini   dwelling,       II.  N.
Howson   and   i '-uli,any   I e [U sl      tb )
I ..idle.: i" look over their stock     ol
11*, ,-arts   belore  purohas-
k i.i Banfl
ind are taking orders     Ior
Cummings Trans-
h*. ;iks ars always
itock   of
•   . . ' Banfl ic
un * i i ,   ,*     now
,*,sf,*i  Companj
bave tbe le
i*   papei   In the city; lea
im|i.ihi|i|'       rise
, * »     alld
Ona   'hud    o!   vour   llle   Is
why   iml   spi-nl   it   in
.:,. ,.r Howson's fill iimt
n lUsewlfa   Stop eli
**  , i.  hum *,*•,  send  fol   ••Ni* ol
*     II    iiiinlle   power   White     I,I'l,I
It   ii,,   i,,upon  '.ut   .a    our
I thii   papei   today.   National
MUSIC   Miss  Johnson,  pupil  ,,f  A.
Mill il    I   I! \ If,,   bOndODi   I"  prepar
,   ,iin,li   I   i. on* ■ i      I   pup-
(Ion  in  music.   Cor I
i'      the      rrsidiM*.   *      I      1
John       -n i housa wei t ol Hk
rtt  rn re«t.
Rosedene Nurseries
Revelstoke. B. C.
House Plants, Ferns, etc.
Cut Flowers, Roses, Carnations, etc
Thos. Newell, Prop.
Designs liox 51
Phone 295
We carry a complete stock of
Furniture, Carpets, Linoleums,
Oilcloths, etc. Get our prices before purchasing elsewhere.
R. Howson & Co., Revelstoke, 15. C.
\\ i .m- specializing in .ill varieties in Season
oi i.'.n L'lower*, Our showing is utiflurpassed*
Come and Inspect for yourselfs
\V. II.  I'OTTRrl'1',  Mumper.
On South Road, Half a Mile from Town
Mi'icbuuiH. householders and others
read every word of this advertisement uud note om* hst of Specials
for February, for this is Your Op -
portunlti  to save money by planing
your  orders   now   bolore the  rush    of
the  Bpring Season.
To Merchants -We ean iill your requirements for showcases, counters,
mouldings and turnings of all description, drawe.s, Utng cabinets, otlice desks and Btools, shelving and
partitions, plain and tuney Hbeet
irlass, etc.
To Householders and Others— This
is your chance to Ket all kinds ol in-
t.'rior BnishlngB, hot bed ,*.ihii, mould
intrs. cupboards. kitchen cabinetn,
tables and stools, sinkboal'ds ehclv-
Ing, sUdlng doors, paint, varnish and
Iwilsoiiiinr, roofings, buil,lini; papers,
window and  picture  Rlass,  etc.
Material and Workmanship are tlio
best, und our prices are the lowest
possible, All orders, whether lar-^o
or small, receive prompt attention.
K-timutes for all kinds of Constructional Work, freely given,     Phone 261
, i write us, P. 0. Uox ll'.ir,, better
still if possible, pay us a personal
visit.   Vie shall  be Klad to sec you.
The Revelstoke Sash and Boor Factory
V. O. Uox >95
GEO.  1>. SHAW,  Prop.
I'liolie No. -'fil
People of Revelstoke, Do Not Be Downhearted
We have the Resources. Capital will come to us
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  Belore Investing.
The Johnston Truss Co., oi Vancouver, invite vour at-
tention in iin- new Johnston Mechanical Rupture appliance
ihey arc manufacturing. This appliance is the invention of
Mr. J. A, Johnston, ol Vancouver, who for the pusi three
years has been perfecting it until mow ii is the mosl complete
rupture truss ever made. To compare it witli anv oilier nip-
tun.' truss is impossible. It meets with the approval of the
medical profession, and every ruptured person who has seen
it. The testimonials from those wearing it are all that could
In- desired, It is made in a variety of sizes for men, women
and children, and besides permits of twenty adjustments. I'p
to thc present time most of those who are wearing this ap-
pliance are cases of long standing, yet in every instance immediate and continued relief has been the result.
llu Johnston Truss Co,, who«e address is 504 Richard's
Street, Vancouver, has, in addition to Its workshop, twe
proper!) equipped fitting rooms where all patients have the
personal attention of Mr. Johnston himself. Call or write for
booklet containing full instructions for self-measurement, giving us al the same time any particulars of your case you care
td and wc will send you the information you require.
1 BATUnDAY. MARCH 2nd,   1012
BATURDAY, MARCH 2nd,  1112
See Me at Once about
Now is the time to Invest
Agent, Royal Financial Corporation, Ltd.
Office Open Every Night Next Week,
Fourtb monthly record, January
20th to February 20th, 1912, ot the
International Egg Laying Contest,
under the joint auspices of the British Oolumbia Poultry Association,
Vancouver Board, ami tho Provincial
The tigures in the two last columns
give   the   number  of eggs  laid       last
month and that of the month txifore.
■bowing  a  considerable increase:
Pen. (.'la^B One
2 .-White    Leghorns    ...  233   84
(i   —White  Leghorns   1S9   6fi
4 .—Whrtc    Leghorns     146   66
3 ,—White  Leghorns  137   67
14.—White  leghorns   131   64
0 .—White  Leghorns  129   66
in.—White Leghorns  124   26
23—White  Leghorns   90   -12
22.—Bull  Leghorns    77   47
I'.i.—White  Leghorns   72   41
8   —White   Leghorns  69   iS
12.—White Leghorns    67   41
1 .—White LeghornB   64   4<>
6 .—Brown Leghorns   52   24
13.-Whitc Leghorns   40   25
18.—White   Leghorns   49   31
20— White Leghorns   46   M
17.—White  leghorns   34   30
16.—White  Leghorns   29   29
21.—Mottled  Anconas   21   26
7 .—White Leghorns       U     9
11.—White leghorns      5     4
15.—White Leghorns     0     0
Pen  No. C'Ibbs Two
40.—Silver    Laced   Wyandottesl95   46
3'J.—Bull Orpingtons  176   65
31,—Rhode Island Beds  171   76
M.—Rhode Island Reds  171   92
33—White   Wyandottes    150   68
3.S—White Wyandottes  156   79
29.—Buff Rocks   96   55
26.—Barred  RockB    95   63
37.-Barred  Rocks   86   52
32.—Rhode Island Reds   66   33
36.—Partridge Wyandottes    19  37
30.—White Wyandottes   46   34
35.—Barred  Rocks   45   44
20.—Buff Orpingtons   26   23
27.—Silver Pen.  Wyandottes ... 24   16
28— Columbian   Wyandottes   ... 12   12
Average prioe secured tor eggs 50c.
per dozen. Pen temperatures: High
est 51 degrees: lowest 32 degrees, average mean 45 degrees.
A heavy rainfall was recorded (luring the month. Frost incurred 00
ten   iluys.   Blasting  still  continues.
In class one, pen 10 did not. do so
Well na previously. I hii 9 (86 eggs),
nnd Pen 2 fm eggs), Pen 4 (66 eggs)
l'eb 14 (64 eggs) were the star performers In the light weights. Pen
111 anb 7 entered the lists for the
first time, the last named pen still
muiiltilig  somewhat,   Pen li  laid  eU
eggs in one day during tho month.
Pen 15 have been closely watched dur
ing the past month, as it was
thought they were egg eating, but
no signs were disclosed thnt they
were so aildicted.
In class one, pen 14 were the lay -
ers of the heaviest eggs, oue dozen
tipping the sculc nt 26 ozs.; Pen 5,
25 ozs.: Pen 19, 24J o/s.; Pen 9, 241
ozs. The lowest weights were Pen 21
21J ozs.; Pen 6, 211 ozs.; Pen l,22ozs
In ci..- ,.o    pen 33 distinguished
themselves by laying the largest num
ber of eggi during the monthly period, since the competition started—
92. Pen 38 (70 eggs), Pen *31 (75
eggs), Pen 34 (68 eggs), Pen 39 (65
eggs), were the highest producers.
Pen 26 deserve credit tor their total
ol KI eggs for the montb. This pen
had the mistortunc to lose one of tbe j
birds through sickness, and ns it had
never lnid since the contest started,
their record is all tbe more credit -
A great difference is noticed regard
ing the tnmenesB of the fowls in
class two as compared with thc light
weight cinss. The Anconas, Brown
and Buff Ijeghorns were very timid
at thc commencement of the contest.
In the heavy weight class the White
Dots have proved theirselves to be
more timid than the other breeds,
aud Pen 25 has the honor of being
the tamest. Birds in tlris pen -show-
no (car of the Superintendent, one
of tbc pullets generally mounting on
to thc back or shoulders of the at -
teudant whilst feeding.
W. H. Htroyan, J. R. Terry,
Superintendent Secretary.
British Football
London, Fob. 21i—The lollowiug
league football games were played
First division—Kvcrton, lj Bolton
Wanderers,  0.
Southern League—Brlstok Rovers,
2; Stoke, 2.
The following Rugby games were
also played yesterday:— Cambridge,
University 21, Army 9; Oxford Uni -
versity 26,  Roeslyn 8.
round the Goat Unruly
Newark. N. J., Feb. 29—The celebrated "Riile. the Ooat" mit will lie
decided in tbe Circuit Court her--
within the next lour or live days
John A. Hotzcl of Bloomfleld, N. J.,
is suing tbe Modem Woodmen ol
America for 810,00(1 damages for the
treatment be received on a night ln
August 1910, when he wns initiated,
lie says "The initiation" reiolved it
self into something little short ol ns
sassinntion so that he finally tor,'
loose from his tormentors and ran
away. The most aggravating feature
of the ceremony, according to Hetzel
was thc use of a "slapstick" in the
end of which was a blank cartridge.
He declares that he was beaten so
hard that the cartridge exploded an 1
he   was seriously   burned.
Left Him Waiting
Windsor, Bng., Feb. 29—Left waiting at the church, Kric Lodcr, a
scion of British nob.lity, today was
put in a ridiculous position when
Gnbrielle Ray, a fumous stage beauty, -Hted lum at tne last moment,
mUCh to tlie amusement ol London
society, which was out in force to
attend tbe widely heralded ceremony.
The bridegroom, the choir and the
priest were in readiness nt the Catholic church, where the marriage was
to take place, but thc bride failed to
appear. She refused any ezplnnn -
194 Gordon St., StapLRTON, K.Y.
" Will   yoil
kindly Inform
in c    if
are sold
in   N<• w   Yr>rlt
City I    I lrnrned
• bout   them   1,-t
summer.      My
daughter went to
Kingston,    Ont.,
Smoker's Supplies
The old reliable now has Uie largt *,i and beet line of Smokers'
Supplies ever in the City, and our prices ore right. Fifty brands
of cigars to chooBC irom. Price from $1.00per box up; not made
trsni strap either.
Meerschaum  Pipes from $3.00 to $10.00
Calabash Pipes from $3.50 Up
our slock   of  Calabash   Pipes ia mall  on account of the
crop being a failure this year and qualitv poor.
Briar Pipes in cases from -Sl.1'0 up.
Ask foi lbe famous II. B. B. brand. Kvery pipe is guaranteed.
Cigar and Cigarette HoldeiS, Cases nnd Lighters, Touches,
Asb Trays and Pipe Racks. Tell us what you want and we will
suit you.   If yon cannot call, phone 37 and goods will be sent to
\ our In ine lor approval.    Buy early while stock is complete.
McKinnon's Cigar Store
ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manages
CAPITAL - J 10.000,000
REST, -   $8,000,000
«nd spent the summer there. She got
sonic of your Gin Pills and sent them
to tue and I tried them and found thctn
to bc the besl medicine that I ever Used
for Kidney and Bladder Trouble. Oh I
they did liieso much good and I am io
much better. I hope you can fix it so
1 cau get Gin I'illtin Sew York".
Sold everywhere in Canada at foc. a
box, 6 for jfl.50. Simple free if you
write National Drug ana Cbemirnl C<\
of Canada, Limited, I)rpt.   W  IbrOfltO,
If von need a gentle laxative or S'-Jie-
thing to stir up the liver, take Natio.'M
I...J Liver 1'iUi, jjc. a box, IM
(Everybody knows him, bo will
lell you lhat the whiskeys we aro
Selling are the best. Call and lie
convinced. No household should
lie without a supply of our Harvey's Special Scotch Whiskey; our
Frapln Liqueur Brandy, Kii'uiiiitrod
HII yeai n old or lllaukborry Brundy/
for Medicinal purposes. Our stock
of choice Wines and Liijuois of all
kinds are unexcelled. Sold by all
the lending hotels, nr telephone
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Importers aril Dealere In Pure Wlnos, Liquors, Cigars and Clgarettee
i : p\
Fresh Groceries, Vegetables and Fruit
Order now your winter's supply
Best on the Market
D. GALLICANO, 2nd Street, Near Railroad Track
With its large number of branches, agents and correspondents, The
Canadian Bank of Commerce is able to effect collections throughout
Uie world promptly and at reasonable rates. Rates will be quoted on
Cheques and drafts on all cotintries 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.
Record of Progress for Five Years—1906-1911
Capital       ....       * 3,000,000
Reserve 3,000 000
Deposits      ....        23,677,730
Loans and Investments -      27.4-V7.09O
Total Assets        -       -      -        33,090,192
Nas 83 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents In all
tits Principal Cities In ths World.
Intorest allowed at highest ourrent rats.
Revelstoke Branch. W. H. PRATT, Manager
* 4,000,000
Our Doctors Anli-Septic Shoe is Proving a Winner
This last is fillinK a lonp felt want and its waterproof qualities are standing the test,
We carry a full line of *he famous I'ene-
tang Shoe pack and all kinds of rubber footwear.
Once a customer always a customer. Satisfaction guaranteed.
loot snd Ihoe Repairere,
laddie rs
Hamsss Makers
Our Livery is equipped with the best horses and
rigs. We alBO deliver express and baggage to any
part of the city.   Heavy and light teaming a specialty
F. McCarty, Proprietor
Phone 201 BATURDAY, MARCH 2nd, 1912
SATURDAY, MA UCH  L'ml,  11112
Ilie London Papers on the Taft-
Rooseselt Situation
London, Peb, 28—Tbo Loudon
Times -u>i- editorially this morning
that a great amount ol *-\ mpathy
■nth President Taft tins been arous
i-i hy Mr. Roosevelt's announcement.
It te felt tbat Taft bas been ratbei
badly  treated,
"lie was practically compelled    to
,* cept  i,i-  ; resent   posltlou, and     in
ig bu he w.,s assured ol tbe sup-
rl  ,*:  tbe  man  who  is now trying
■ Bupplaut  him.  Mr.   Roosevelt   was
■ • In ,i position to aeeh re-election
[oui yean ago but in- presented Mr.
'I'iiIi to the countrj aa <'in- win.**,.
policy was Identical with his own,
wbo  wotfld   cany  ,t   out   by  methods
— aggressive and seusattoual than
those ,.; wbicb  tbe people were get
■ ng a little weary,
1 : *    lent  Talt  baa honestly el rlv
:i ju.-t tbe way expected   ,,[   him
to Many out  reforms,     Although in-
no doubt made some mistakes be
* had to .iii'i some misfortune
.nnl lm*- n, 'i known how to carry with
turn tbe more extreme ol hm support
'His  li li I ds leei  thai   be has    not
deserved, eitbei  by big conduct In tbe
lency oi  h) hia loyal support ol
Mr. Roosevelt  li   tbe previous admin-
itratloi    to    ■   treated as a warm
i *.- pan to occupy tbe position until
1:     evert  ,s  ready to ret nine It.
Tbe  Dally  News  Bays
"Mr.  Roosevelt  commenced bis can
lldaturc   tor   nomination   by  explain
n*.- tbat  when  in  19(H  be said.  'Un
lei  no circumstances     will I   accept
mother   nomination.'   he  meant ano
ther consecutive nomination.  Nobody
read tbat  Into  it   until this moment,
and this subtle qualification      came
Btrangely  Irom  the apostle ol  virile
ditectnes> in  the very hour of direct
Ing an assault  upon  thc legal sill,tic
tlei  of judges.
"However, the main thing ik thai
Roosevelt is alter the Republican
mination, and he is not likely to
gel it. The dropping of his seft-deny-
ing ordinance will not help Roobc -
velt, nor will tbc tuct that be is run
ning agHinst his own former protege.
"All the advantage tbat Roosevelt
can boast ut is a genius tor advertis
log, anil there are hosts ol people
who really think that advertisement
:s all he really wants."
The  Morning  post   comments  -un
• •.,  Baying
"Whatever  may   tie   Roosevelt's   ,le
merits,    he  certainly    possesses   the
ick ol getting himself talked about
Mr.  Roosevelt's career shows how  he
l.kes to bt  in tbe limelight. He is al-
» ,;.*. .-,Lvr  to play the chief part on
whatever stage he may  be.."
Th'   Evening Standard says      *,ii *
"Vie  h.iv<-   too  much   respfi't       foi
*. * ..**.. veil  t" feel very enthu
.- ,s- •     . bis action  .n throwing
it Into tbe ring.  President Taft
i.:i- won In  popularity  since he went
to   tht    White   House.   Colonel   Roosevelt I as  -'■   , I.m.   lost  ground.
"Hi   is now trjiti,.- the game    ol
te ma      Roo liog  the country
supposed to :*-   Inspii
lacturing    atch  words.
:... the coui
try    Hi   has tbi     *    - mostlj against
t  m    larg '-.   on account  *.,!  his  brok
■ indidate for
the pi •   again   an'. alsi        ie
• , .-■    i   las n eogi ■■'■d that he      is
the  1   sit.on  ol a     Hi I.i
t   *ods.
much chance ,,:
g president Taft   is the cl el I ,
•   g tbi    ext Popi   H - prop
■ •   spbi re    j thi    llgnil    I  r.*t,rcm»nt
' tb    -• —Ex.
... pB*|     • -   •   tertali
■     •    ■ .   H            !' '   '
;. r •■'•-.'
. ■ -**•*.    I St. Krafl
.* B. C. Concert
K.    '       M      !»)
Ball undo ■"• o! i i lies'   \  *
,'.  Tralntm
Slop it In Two Weeks--Ask Any
Leading Oruggisl About
Salvia Hair Tonic
Hall   ' din uut   ' eeause tb. dan li uli
nto   thi   ba i   roots    and
Bap  them  d(  their  vitality        They
ippr iprtate  tbe natiirnl  nourishment
thai suppl es  Uir :mi lustre to    the
To stop Fall r.g ball you must kill
the germ* .-' W.VIA ,t guaranteed
in kill dandrufi gtrms. banish dnn
hrufl, stop falling bair and itching
sealp -ur money hack, tf your hair is
thinning **'H SALVIA will promote
a new growth. Clever women use W.
'.ennine it makes the hair brilliant
beautiful, and is oot etirky or
greasy. Large bottles 60 cento, gold
gH Macdpuftld'n Prug Store. f.
Water Rights in the
Railway Belt
Kamloops Water Distiict
NOTICE is hereby given thai any
person, partnership, company, or
municipality having any claim to
water rights in lbe Railway Holt
may Hie with 'the Chiel Water Commissioner at the Parliament Build-
Inge", Victoria, a statement of claim
to watei privileges on a printed form
(No BO), ■vhlcb can be obtained from
tbo Water Commissioners at New
Westminster, Yale, Ashcroft, Kam
loop,-,   Revelstoke,  Qoldcn,  or  from
•I,.*   t'blOl   Water  Cotiim BSioner,
i.*,i, i „,*,. will be heard at local
puints as soon ns the claims have
been examined and tabulated lor determination hy the Board of Investigation, and notices wii ne published
in the H II* Gazette and locnl papers of Hi. place and date when euch
stream will be dealt with, Objections
may be Bled With the Chief Water
Commissioner. The lollowing streams
are supposed to be wholly or parti -
ally within the Railway Bell in the
Kamloops Water District, which Includes Kamloops and the Ashcroft
.Mining  Divisions:—
Anderson  ("reek.
Alkali   ( ,eek.
Allanlyce   Creek.
Alexander   Lake.
Alexander Creek,
Vmerlcan Creek.
Adams  River.
Adams   Lake.
Agnes Creek.
Atkins  Creek.
iMmondbury  Creek.
\slieroft.   ''lock.
\vely   Crc-nk.
\nesty  River.
Aiiesty  Lake.
A-htou  Creek.
Antler  Lake
Agat '  Creek.
Ilonn.ird  Crock.
Heaver   Lake.
Heaver   Ponds.
Beaver  creek,
liai ies  Creek.
Big Gulch.
Hains Creek.
Hn Iger   Creek.
Broderick Creek.
ttotta   Creek.
Dig and Little Lake.
Barnes Lake.
Bond Creek.
Bonna Crock.
Haines  Creek.
Had   Land  l.akei
Brocktes Creel
Hush   Lake.
Hu-h  Creek
Bonaparte  Uiver.
Buse Creek.
Hie  Fish   Lake. •
Broom  Creek.
Brash   Creek.
llic   Lake.
Bute  Lake.
Iliuinet   Springs
Battle   Creek.
Haillie   Creek
Brasse)  Gulch.
Boundary  Creek.
Bates  Creek.
Brink  Creel
Barricade Cree,
Baleau Creek
Black   I'any,      I r.-rk.
Barnes  Lakes
Hull   Arde:    Creel
Blair Cree
Botahue ''-nek.
Hush   Cre"'
Blue  Kurt!
Uiu*   Earth   .., e
Bullet Creel
Brousseau l
Blue Ravine ' -"ek
lluce  Creek.
Hticc Lake.
Black  Pine Lakl
''ampbell Creek.
ell, trL itai
Chase  ''reek.
berry Creek
■ - Ceet
,,t-i-  I'lftk.
-r- ■•   Cffek
...   Creek
•  '> c-n-ek
i   ,      |   ....
..   i Ire ith east   I* I ■
i ■ c   i*..,     Fork of
• IS   l 'ttt k
' : mes   Creek.
• *,, i   •   Lal ■
i ..i:. .*. all  I. ike,
CaulMdfl Stream.
■ 'amp  Creek
i' n| ii   i 'reek   * lulch.
Chuhiim Creek
i nii ii hi Cre"
Canyon   C|,*(>k
Cascade Creek.
Chestey  Lake
Cedar spring.
f'.uTtiWall   Creek.
Celesta Creed
Crazy Creek
Cook  Creek.
Chum Creek.
OoM  Creek.
Charcoal  Creek
Cougar Creek,
cache Creek.
Campbell Lake.
Calling  Lake.
Crown Lake.
Curries Creek.
Celesta Creek.
Orlsa Creek,
Craigellacluc Creek.
Callilj  Creek.
Deer Creek.
Deep Creek,
Dry Creek.
Diak   Creek.
Dlxoil  Creek.
Hairy  Creek.
Headman's   Uiver*
Bully Creek,
Devils  Lake.
Dai-is Creek.
Davies  Creek.
Drained aird North Cameron Lakes.
Doherty creek.
De  Mars  Creek.
Daily  Creek  Lakti.
Dominic Lake.
Dunn Creek,
Dubois  Creek,
Duck   Lake.
Billot Creek,
Edwards Crock.
Edwards Creek, North Fork
Edwards  Lake.
Blk Creak,
Eagle Hi vei
Baglo River, North Pork.
Kight-mile  Creek.
Blight) loiii'-mile  Creek*
Eighty-nine    mile  Creek.
Five mile  Creek.
French Ned Crock.
Fish  Creek.
Fensom  Creek.
Frog  Lake.
Frog Creek.
Frank Creek.
I irrls ''reek.
Fisb   Lake.
Flat   Lake.
Forest   Lake.
Face Lake.
Frisked  Lake
Ferguson  Lake.
Foil Dallas Creek.
Forest  Fine Creek.
Fran:i'  River.
Fortune's Creek.
Fadcar creek,
(liierln Creek,
tliiirhou Creek.
Gulch Lake,
(lulch Creek.
Granite Creek.
Ueorge Creek.
Glansler Creek.
Grouse Creek.
Gallna Creek*
Gordon Creek,
lltifbn  Lake
Heffley or Heflerley Creek.
Hefflev oi    Heflerley Creek,    North
iletl,'\    i  Heflerley Lake.
Horse  Ranch Creek.
Hal   Creek.
Humphrey Lake.
I la/el Creek.
Ilyus Long Lake.
Hughes  Lake.
Hudson   Hay   Gulch,
Hog Range  Creek.
Hall mile Creek,
Hamburg ''reck.
Hart  Creek.
Hidden  Lake.
Highland  V'alloj   Dlvidi   Laki
I Ivan    ipsa
Hyam  Lal
.,m.i   Lake.
HI iih
Himakw i   Lake
.!'     '    I.**.  -,
llask   Lake
Inl.an  Gal
tnkikub i';••
. ,.   ..,-
M -
'* * . ■
-     -
.'.,      s   "reek
r.ii*-k.   (Hi ke  l.i..>
Lltt     Fish Lake
i ,  ,-k
Lumby  i reek
Limestone Crei li
Luckocheen  C '"k
Loakln Crw
Lap! t'raeV
Limes Creek
l,li|uwiHmn  Creek
Lea CreeM
Moore   'reek
Monte Creek.
Monte    Lake
Martin ''reek
.vi i > ri cirei k
Mallard   Lake
Wr|l(ire  Ditch
Mollli/iiiii   iSpi i(|g
Mountain Lake
Moun   Bpring,
Moflol   ' riek
Miller  Creek.
Malison  Creek.
Moulton Creek.
Mitchell  Creek.
Mountain Creek,
MeCalllim  Creek.
McDonald Creek.
Mclvor Crock.
MeContU'U  Lake,
McCture  Creek.
McTiivish  Creek.
McLean   Lake.
Maiden Creek.
Marble   Canyon.
Medicine  Creek.
Meadow  Creek.
Middle  Creek.
Middle  Fork.
McQueen creek*
Macauley Crc-ek.
Mabel   Lake,
Mara   Lake.
Mamete Crock.
Mann  Creek.
Martin Crock.
MoGlUvray Greek,
Neseiintell  Creek.
Nicola   River.
Napier Lake.
Ned  (.Jrcek.'
Newman   Lak,'
No Name Creek
Noble  Creek.
Nortll Fork  Lake.
Nahaweekin Creek.
Neknllistoti   Creek.
Narrow  Strip Spring,
Nelson's  Creek.
NulHot Crock,
Nlcotnen   Creek.
Nikwikoea  Creek
Nana   River.
Noisy Creek,
NiPkoniitb Creek,
Niskoiiliib Lake.
Nohomeen Creek,
Nikwol   Creek.
Newluwlioiii   Creek.
Noel   Creek.
North Creek,
(iwens  Creek
Oregon .lack creek,
line  Tree (lulch.
utter River Creek.
Peterson  Creek.
Pennies  Creek.
Chillis Creek,
Hooley   Lake.
Palmer deck.
I'uxon Crock.
Haul Creok.
Paul Lake.
Pendleton crock
Python  Mine Tunnel.
Pot  Hole Lake.
Ptarmigan Creek.
Haul  Lake.
Pants  Lake.
Hot   Hook   Lake.
Palmer Lower  Meadows.
Palmer Opper Meadows.
Proctor ('reek.
Heaviue Creek.
pemberton Creek,
Peter Creek.
Park   Creek.
Papsilipia  Creek.
Hinanton  Lake.
Pass Creek.
I'ass  Lake
Putnam Creok.
PlmatnUS  Creek.
Pukaisl Creek
Pillar Laki
Pearse Creek,
paxton Creek,
1 reek.
■ Creek.
l: «ky  I reel
Ri        Creek.
Rock  8:
• ek.
• iei
; Lake.
there IxU,
• *
■   ■
Lal •
las I  Lake
• »k
.   |     .
' reek
.-Ihue .
imp links ii,.,.k
Iprlng   lui'i,
loun Creek
Hpn Oi*ek
Mnli»(it,,,,   r.ake.
IpallUmd      Id ver
Upalltimcbeen Lake
Hkoonko Creel
BPll  ''reek
Si|iii,.i.„v  I'r-vk.
■n.i'    ('roek.
Stein  Creok.
Blwbe Crook-
Shumway  Luke*
Shulinm Crook.
Separation  Lake,
Sonlttoil   Lake.
Skaknm  Crock.
South Pass Creek.
Seymour   River.
Scuittoe  Creek.
Scuittoe Lake.
Skniiuinn  Lako.
Sinmnx Crook.
SI,nking  Lake.
Three mue  Crook,
Traiiiiuille   Creek.
Trnnqulllo  Lake.
Title  Lakes.
Tulee Lake.
Tobacoo  Creek.
Trail Oreok,
Thoinpsoii   River.
Nortll TlionipHoii River.
South  Thompson   River.
Trapp Creek.
Trapp   Lake.
Todd  Luke.
Twelve-mile  Creek.
Twenty-thionmile   Creek.
TsUlBUI  Creek.
Tappen  Creek.
Trout   Lake.
Toonkua Lake.
Tsolin   Lake.
Twaal  Creek.
Trinity  Crook.
Tsooiooa  Crook.
Twig Crock.
I'sshcr Lake.
Viek Creek,
Verney Lnko.
Venables Creek.
WllloD Creek.
Walker  Lake.
Wilson Creek.
Warren Crook.
Willis Luke.
Went Worth   Lake.
White Rock Creek.
Willard  Lake.
Waterfall Creek.
Whita Lake.
White  Creek.
Woods Crook.
Watching Creek,
Witches lirook.
Wright   Cro-k.
Woodland   Creek.
Vale  Creek.
Yard  Creek.
Statements of claims may also le
filed to water in any unnnmod spring
stream, creek, pond, gulch, lake, or
other source  of  water supply.
Hated Kith February, 1IU2,
Vi.  R.  ROSS.
Minis tei of Lands.
Competition lor Now University
Buildings to be Denoted at Point
(irey, near Vancouver, Uritish
Tbe Government of British Colum
bia invite Competitive Plans for the
genernl scheme     and    design for    the
proposed   m-w     University, together
with more detailed plans lor thc
buildings to be erected lirst at an estimated  cost  of  $1,500,000.
Prizes ol $10,000 will be given for
the most successful   Designs submitted
Particulars of tbe competition and
plan ol site may he obtained on request from the undersigned.
Thc designs to he sent in by July
31st.   1912,  addressed  to
Parliament Buildings,
Victoria,  British  Columbia.
Office of Provincial Secretary
Insane Hospital Coquitlam
BBALED     TRNDBH8 superscribed,
renders lot   Furniture, Insane Hos
pital"   Will   nc  received  by  the  Hon
tbe Provincial Becretary,   up
t,, 12 o'clock noon of Baturday   the
March,  r.ii^, lor furniture   and
: ii n.nbiiig*   Ioi   lbe  new   Mental   Ilus-
' I oqultlam, as lollowa
111    Bed  leads  and   Bedding.
■ 2,   Carpets,   Draperies and  wind
. ladea
i* .* niture
md    full    llilolinntloi!
i.,d upon application to
in   (    k   Doberty, MedJcal Superin1
* n'      Hospital im  ibe     Insane,
■ i a.nister, ll. c.
Kneli   proposal   must   be   a'Jeoiiipan
i     ij in, accepted cheque or oertJ
lepottt   on   a   I'lialtirid  i.ank
of Canada made payable to tbe Hon
a in,* provincial Becretary torn
ura • ijuivalenl t.,, m pu cent of tba
1,1 ,,[ ii,,, tender which shall ba
"•I .: ii,,* party tendering da
to mi,I,.,   into    contract   when
*     IpOtl    tO   do   so   ol    il   be   full   to
• ii   i a,,    wmk   contracted (or.
I if   • ii»'|iifn  or  lertilieates of deposit
will i*,* returned to the    unHucocHBtui
tenderera upon the execntion of   the
,. i
Tha  lowest  or any teiubr not, neces
saiily accepted.
H.  B.  YDI'Nd,
provincial   Secretary
Provlnolal   Secretary's  (Iftlcc.
ttrd  Kebru.uy,  1912*
Pursuant to notice daiol February
.'-tb,     1012, the    sale ol unclaimed
goods, il not eiilried for duly, or
Warehousedi before tlie dale of sale,
will lake place at Customs Supper -
vauees WurotlOUSO, C.P.R. Freight.
Sheds, Thursday, March lllsl,, 1912,
ul   11  n.m.
Collector   ul  Customs.
Fruit Lands
Galena Hay IiuhIh in parcels ii
It) or 20 ucres or i'ii bloo. Corrcs
poodence invited,
John Shaw, Agent,
Box 616 Arrowhead
BarrlBterB,  Solicitors,  Etc.
Imperial Hank Building  Rovelstoke, B. C.
Money to Loan.
OUlceB—RovelBtoke,    B.    C,     and
Cranbrook, B.  C.
Geo. 8. MeCarter,
A. M. Piukhnm, J.  A.  Harvey
Rovelstoko, Cranbrook
Provincial  Land   Suveyor,
Mining Surveyor,
W.      H.      WALLACE
A R 0 H 1 T F. C T
P. O. Box 14C. Revolstoke, B.C.
COLD RANGE  LODGE,       K.  ot    P.
NO.  26,   REVELSTOKE,   B.   0.
MeetB every  Wednesday  except   thf
Third Wednesday ol each month     in
Oddfellows'  Hall at 8  o'clock.  Visit
ing Knights aro cordially  invited.
G. H. BROCK, K.  ol R. Sr 8.
M. ol P.
KOOTENAY      LODGE,  No.  i5 A.  F
and A. M.
Regular meetings are held in MASONIC TEMPLE, Oddlellows' Hall
on tho Third Monday in each month
at 8 p. m. Visiting brethren are
cordially  welcome
W.  B.  ROBERTSON,  Secretary.
SELKIRK      LODGE  12,   1.  O.  O.  V
Meets every     Thursday evening   in
Selkirk  Hall at 1> o'clock.      Viaitini
brethren  cordinlly invited.
H.    BIEGFRIHD,   N, G.
JAS.  MATHIE,   Secretary.
COURT      MT.      BEGBIE.    No.  3461.
OF I. O. F.
MeetB In I. 0.  O. F.  Hall next   to
Tapping's Opera   House  every Becond
and tourth Monday In month. Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.
G. W. BELL, C. R.
WM.   8.   CAMERON,   Rec.-Sec.
O. W. O.  W.
Mountain Viow Camp,  No. 229
Meets 8econd    and     Fourth Wednoe
days    in each  month  in    Selkirk
Hall.     Visiting Woodmen arc
cordially invited to attend
H. W.  EDWARDS,  Cob. Com.
Tinsmith Ropairs, Hot Air, Pipe
and Furnace work
Oonnaught Avo.   -   Revolstoke
No.   21,    ROYAL   THMPLAR8    OF
Meets every End and  ith Thursdays
in Oddlellows Hail, at 8 o'clock.
Visiting Templars are cordially invited to attend.
Vi.  E.  MUNSON,  S.  0.
A. 1). TOURNBR.  lt.  S.
Sewing Machines
A nice new Stock of SinK-
L'i- and Wheeler Wilson Sew-
in": Machines
For Sale or Hire
by the month at Manning's.
All kinds of machine needles
H. MANNING.   Agent.
Empire   Typewriter
Slightly Used
Apply - Mail-Herald
Corporation* of (he City
of Revelstoke
i'ulilie Notice is hereby given that
it is absolutely necessary that disorders ol a suspicious nature he repoi ted to Dr, McLean, Cily Medical
Health Ollicer or other physicians,
as soon ae known. Failure to do thia
is a punishable offence.
Uy Ord'r,
B.   A.  LAWSON,
City Clerk.
WANTED—Three Apprentices for Millinery Department—O. 13. Hume &
WANTBD—Salesman for latest and
most perfect gasoline li^ht in the
world, Cheapest and host, light
known to science. Exclusive terrl -
tory, big ptolits. permanent busi -
ness.     MacLaren & Co.,    Oaigary,
Alberta. 30d.
TO RENT—Furnished Room Apply
lo Mail-Herald Uox 214.
LOST—A   Hunch of    Keys.        Finder
ploaao  leave same at the Mail-Her-
. aid Ollice.
WANTBD—Reliable local agent lor
strong old established Honrd Fire
insurance Co., with assets of over
$36,000,000, Write Franco-Canadian
Trust    Co.,      Ltd.,    1105  Dominion
JTrnstjiuiidiui,', Vancouver, a. 0.
FOR BALE—Bggs lor batching, from
pure lued White Leghorn hens, uud
I'ekin Ducks. My breeders are all
from prize Winners. Hens biggs ut
•Jl.2'5 a setting, $6.50 a 10<i. Duck
Kggs, Jl.7."i por sotting. Apply U.
F. Somerville, (irandview Poultry
Farm,  Mulukwu  B.  C.
FOR SALE—A Piano at a bargain
Apply at once, .Mrs. McDonald, Second Street, opposite Knox church.
FOR SALE—Two good lots, cbeup,
on Third street. Apply to Thomas
Bain,  Police  Station.
FOR SALE—A Remington Typewriter, No. 8, in good running order.*—
Price $50.00, P. Burns & Co., Ltd.,
Revelstoke,  B.   0.
WANTKD-OHers lor new laid egga,
and fat chickens. Apply, Vickers,
Salmon Arm.
FOR SALK—About 150 tons of haled
green feed, nlso a quantity oi Tim
othy hay.   For prices write, N.E.
Sparke, Milnerton, Altu.       3t. J.10
FOR HALE—Young, smurt delivery
team. For particulars write A.
Huggstrom, Malakwa, B. C.
WE HAVE position for a good man
with a lair education who can furnish reference wo will give steady
employment and pay a straight sal
ary to the right party. People using intoxicating liquors save your
stamps, sec our big Ad in thiB paper today. National Light Co.,
I'araga,  Michigan.
FOR   SALE—Modern   nine-room house-
all Improvements and 50 foot lot,
fronting on Third street, three
doors from Methodist church.—
Price $3,000 cash or terms. Apply
to M.  J.  Scott, Box 57.
FOR     BALE—Electrical    Machinery,
Two 2500 Light Generators in  tirst
class working  order,  complete with
ejcltcra, motors,  belts, etc. Will  be
sold singly or together.   A snap foi-
a town,  sawmill, etc.,  contemplating installing au electric light plant.
No reasonable oiler refused.  ...I'ull
particulars on application to Cdbs.
North, Superintendent of BUstrioall
Department,  City  oi  Revelstoke.
RevelBtoke B.C.,   Jan 27th, 11)12.
Animal    Rugs,   Game
Heads and Birds
P. D. Box 31, Revelstote
 --■■*-'-■- BATORDAY, MARCH 2nd,  1912
the mail-iibbald; bevelstoke
SATURDAY, MARCH 2nd,  1512
ti  '
mn notes
Lloyd Johnson has returned to the
Lame Dog Ranch, having left Buckingham Palace at Malakwa, any other dug is welcome.
Mr. Bonier has been getting out a
lot ol posts this winter which he
lias tor salo.
Sir   William   Waddell   has   also   lelt
tlie Buckingham, ins present residence being the home ol John .tIiii-
Eurl Swan, Mr. J, 11. .lobuson's
secretary, is working double shilts
just uow, answering the correspondence regarding the lale ol cedar post!
and  fruit lauds.
Deep regret was felt al Bucking -
ham Palace when tbe new school teacher Was appointed, as tho worthy
occupants of the (uinous castle bad
hoped that tho new professor would
have beeu a  member  of tho  [air sex.
Work on the government bridge at
Bowie is progressing favorably, some
12  men   being  employed.
It is feared that the operations on
the bridge over the river at Swanlcy
will not be completed this spring,
however,   the   residents   of   the   vnlley
The Valley of
"lie Garden of Eden"
Just 32 Miles West of   Revelstoke,  and   Extending   between Sicamous Junction to Three Valleys Station
Area of First-Ciass Land-20,000 Acres
Character Of Land   Principally Level.
fhamrtar nf  Qnil   Bench   Lands,   Clay   Loam   and  Vegetable
Ulldldtltfl   Ul   OUII   Mould, while on  Lower Lands Black Loam
Na Irri/ntinn   Positlve,y no irrigation is needed as Valley is sub-
\W III KjuilUII   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 ClilHate   Freezing is  Average Winter Weather.
Prices of Land Reasonable
For Further Particulars Ahout This Garden Spot of B. C, Watch This Page
i of the MAILHERALD Each Week
—.—.—.—.-,. ■ 1 i****^
may expect tho bridge to be open lor
truffle   early   next  fall.
Tbe work ls being done under tbe
able management ol Messrs. Bruhn
and BoB8ley, government road superintendents.
Mr. C. May recently sold the post
office and several acres o! land to a
Mr. Ball ol Saskatchewan, who will
reside on this newly acquired prop -
Tho surveyors have heen down this
week taking levels on the 0. 1'. R,
at Swanlcy with a view ol reducing
the grade, which is a great inconvenience ut present, as trains loav -
ing Malakwa belor- reaching Craig-
ellachie (reijueutly havo to use additional power to overcome what iB
known as Willis' Hill. It iB rumored
that on thc completion ol the lowering ol these levels a Biding will he
put in opposite Chancellors store,
which will greatly benefit thc whole
community. Tbc residents are all
highly elated as this is a long tell
want. Cordwood ami posts thc very
beBt ot cedar arc  lying  rotting     lor
waut ol nn adequate   point  of    shipment.
During the pust week there have
been no h-ss than four enquiries lor
fruit lands at the Harden of Eden.
This time two came from Saskatcha-
wun and two from Manitoba. One
of the parties wants to rent a ranch
while the other three aro prospective
c b
Now 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   cyVIade
40 years experience
Wood for Sale
Apply to
Chas. Turnross
Telephone HoUM No, '.17
Telephone Camp No. 215
Hevelstoke Luud District.
District of West Kooteuuy.
Take notice that I, Burrows Henry
Kothwell ,,f Nakusp, B. C, occupation gentleman, iuteuds to apply for
permission to purchase tbe lollowing
described  lands:
L'omLi*. B  ut  a  post  plunted   40
chaius south ol tbe North-east Coruer ol T. L. 41274, theuco soutb 80
chains, ii. mm,- cast ahout 20 cbuins,
to Arrow Lukes, tbence north along
Lake about SU cbains, tbcuce west
ubout 2 cbuius to point ot commence
meat, containing ahout 100 ucres,
more or less.
Duted December 2'Jtb,  l'Jll.
Burrows   Henry   Kothwell.
Edward  Kussell  Vlpond,  Ageut.
Jan.  ilh first issue.
Kevelstoke Land District.
District ol Wost Kootenuy.
Tuke uotice thut I Horatio Levcrnc
i Kothwell   ol   Nukusp,   B.   C,   occupation  I -a nk  munagcr,  intends to     ap-
I ply  for permission  to  pui chase      tbe
lollowing  described   lands:
|    Commencing nt a  post planted 120
| cbuins south ot tbu North-east Cornier ol T. L. 41274,     thencc south   SO
chains,   tbence  oast  ahout  110 cbains,
to  Arrow Luke,  tbence north    along
{Lake  about  HO chains,   thencc      west
about 20 cbains  to point of     com -
iia-iM em, at,     contuining    about    200
acres more or less.
Dated  December 2Utb,   1911.
Horatio Levcreno Rothwell.
Edward  Kussell  Vipond,  Agent.
1st iSBiie Jan. 6th.
It will pay you to
make a call at
P.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -  Revelstoke, B. C.
before buying yonr cuit-
ht of working clothes
lor the bdlb, I make ■
specialty of Logging
Sliiies, Pants. Sox, Shirts
Ul.ink el 'i nml everything
required in vour bulltjeU,
Shi/ohs Gure
«,■•■< uiv •H>p« ensdha,   IWSI colda.  h»al»
ib. Ihro.l tmi \mmlt.      '   •   •      80 seale-
Kevelstoke   Laud  District.
District ol West Kootenuy.
Take uotice tbat I, Harry I.
Laudry of Kossland, IJ. 0., occupation, mining, intends to apply for per-
mlBslou to purchnsc the lollowing described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
ahout 4(1 chains west ol the Southwest Coiner ol Lot H14H, thence north
\ 40 chnins, thence west W chains,
thenco south 40 chains. thenco cast
RO chains to point of commencement
contuining 1120 acres more or leu.
Dated  December,  9th,  1911.
1st Is.  Jan.i,     l'tr D.  Fisher, Agent.
Coal mining rights of the Domiuion
iu Muuitohu, Saskatchewan uud Al
bertu, the Yukon Territory, lhe
North-west Territories und in a portion ol tho l'rovinco of British Columbia, may he leused lor a term ol
twenty-one years at an anuual rental ol il au acre. Not moro than
2,5t,u acres will be leased lo oue applicant.
Applicutiou for louse must bc mude
by the upplicuut in persuu to tbe
Agent or Sub-Ageut ot tue district
iu which thc rights upplied foi ure
lu surveyed territory the laud must
bo described hy sections, or legal ;
sub-divisions ol sections, nud in un- '
surveyed territory the ti act applied *
for shall he staked out by tbe ap -!
plicant  bimscll.
Each applicant must bc uccompuu-
ied by a fee of ib which will be re-
(unded il tbe rights applied tor arc
not available, but not otherwise. A
royalty shall be paid ou thc merchantable output ol the mine ut tbo
rate of live cents per ton.
Tbe person operating the mine shall
furuish the Agent with sworu returns
accounting for the full i|Uuiitity of
merchantable coul mined and pay tbu
royalty thereon. II the coul mining
rights are u >t being operated, such
retui'.s should be luruished at least
onco a year.
The lease will include the coal una
I ing rights only, but the Iobsco muy
be permitted to purchuse whatever
available surlacc rights may be considered necessary lor tbe working ol
tbc miue nt the rute ot (10.00 an
Kor lull     Information     application
should l>e made to thc Secretary    ol
the  Department ot  thc  Interior,    Ottawa,  or to thc Agent or Sub-Agent
.ot  Dominion   Lands.
W.  W.  COKY,
Deputy  Minister of the Interior.
.    N.H.—Unauthorized   publication     ol
| this  advertisement   will   not   bc   pnld
The Meaning of a Kiss
"Kisses and other Nonsense," Is
the title ot a dainty little book published in England wliicb contains
much wisdom that must always be
topical. It consists of excerpts from
well-known authors, and thc follow -
Ing are some ol the more sttiWng
"One   may   drift   into   henvcu  on   a
"11 is not the kiss endured hut tbe
kisB  returned that  lives."
"Tiie young man of tbc ilu", as a
general rule, has no more notion bow
to kiss a woman's band than 1 iW to
take snuff or dunce a p.ivan*'. Indeed
lots ol them don't know hew tc  kiss
a girl at all."
"The first kiBs  is usually  tie most
pussionate moment of .". mail's    new I
life  story,   but  it is  the  later  kisses I
which light blazing Urcs in .*•. «,'■ rn.:tlB
"A kiss has often provin a nitre
potont arotiser than any storm."'
"Kissing some one >OU dual like
is like drinking from somo oue else's
"A man may sometimes I'd lorgiv-
en thc kiBB to which he s not ontitl
ed, but never the kiss he i.as not thc
Initiative to claim."
"The anticipation of a kiss is often more alluring than the roaliza -
"Women do not really r"quire nis-
ses. They only want tho >.:; wlenge
that they ure kisBable."
"Kisses nnd matrimony don't nc -
ecssurily  go together."
"When a woman'B down, men either kick or kiss her."
"Out of thc fulness of tbc benrt tbc
Here are the new
Spring Overcoats
Be the first to wear
Fit-Reform tailors
huve created some
stunning styles for
particular men.
"Kissing is not n matter ot morals but ol shape, tbe shape of your
I    "A kiss is remembered, when kisses
are forgotten."
"A kiss on the chin is a mere outsider of a kisB."
"The real man-hater doesn't cxi6t
and the sham one gives up dirctly
hor lips are kissed."
"So long as a woman ib fond of
being kissed she won't got too much
"A woman'a first kiss, uuless it be
a mere eburity or kindness, need never be the last."
"The accumulated knowledge ol
ages is sometimes revealed by a kiss.
V.'hcro wiBdom is bliss, it is lolly to
l.c ignorant."
"A kiss is a course ot procedure
cunningly devised lor the mueual stop
page ot speech ut a moment when
words arc superfluous."
"Alter a girl gets beyond thirty
she prefers kisseB to caramels."
"A inau thiuks that whatever vexation a woman is suffering from bis
kisses can put it right.:'—Ex.
tion and more refinement than himself. Instead of leaving her busband
to Ugh' the battles ot liie alone.
while she spent an idle existence at
bome. his wile followed him to tbe
office, took tbc keenest interest in
his work, and before long was able
i .i-i-.-t him in his schemes and encourage him to euch extent tbat be
confesses that he owes bis prominent
position in l'aris literary circles almost entnely to her.
Shilohs Cure
nirill,   alopa cuill.*..   riirn coMa.   Mall
Hit Ihro.l aad luaji.      •   •   •      ■» «"*•
. Wc have them all—the novelties aiiu
_W the exclusive patterns.   Come in and
let us show you these new styles in
spring Overcoats. »?7
Sex War Predicted
l'aris, Feb. 2'.'—A good deal of discussion has been provoked by a hook
on tbe relations of tbe sexes. "The
Couph' oi the Future," by Jules Bols
a well known mun  ol  luttcrs.
In this work, wbieb is written with
the greatest delicacy und charm ol
style, the author pmnts out the
Change winch has come over wo -
man's ideal ol man during the last
two geiicrulioUH, and slams tbat il
mutual respect between married coup
les is to continue, both partle> will
have to change their ground (mm
tho traditional ideals.
He thinks thut the present move
incut of would toward masculine lb
oi-ty lu destined to go still further,
and thut thc time is not far distant
when we shall see female deputies
and senators, and even ministers of
state, lie declares tbul if man is to
preserve his place under these r,,ndi
tions and avoid a sex war. it will
Ire necessary foi him to offer spoil
taiieously to woman the privileges
she asks und muke her an associate
In his  labors.
To support  this  assertion  he       recounts  un unaiilote told by the dir
ector  of  a  well-known   review,    wbo
at  the   beginning  ,,f  his career mar
lied  a   young   woman   ol  higher  ata
Resolutions at Ottawa
With tbe passing oi a number <>(
important resolutions concern,ug tbc
truitgrowing industry throughout the
country, tbc third Dominion Cooler -
once of Fruitgrowers was brought to
a close.
Tbe chiel resolutions were as lol •
Thot a iKiurd of three Iruit dealer*
in each province be formed as a com
mittee to advise in tbe appointmeut
of inspectors.
That 110,000 be voted by the government aa a grant towarda the next
national apple show, provided the
promoters of that sbow are willing
to offer $20,000 In prises.
Tbat tbe government be rv.jiietil,*,l
to raise tbe tariff on peaches.
That au apple box with a capacity
ol 2,200 cubic incbts be made tba
legal standard throughout Canada,
to come into effect within two
That tlie question ol tbc moat suit
able shapes lor fruil packages I** letl
over to tbe next conference with tire
understanding that in thc meantime
nn .iiiestigatioii shall be made, pre-
lerably l,y thc government.
| That tho certificates be given bJT
Iruit inspectors on payment oi a re
asonablc  fee.
That the government l<t urgwd lo
inppi" t fruit as much as possible ut
| tbe point of shipment, and that the
j government have tbe daily market
' prico-i cabled Irom agents in K.uropc
.during the shipping season and pul
l.sb.-.l in the daily papers through
, out  Canada.
I Two standards ul apple barrels
, ■*■ i.* adopted by tiie conference, one
• if the ii, giiurt MM, '-ouiiuou in
S,,ia He,tin. and tlw other of the
112-quart sue. BMMMB in Ontario.
and in,,at oilier parte ,rf the counU)
Aim,thei rmolutlon asked tbat ship
p«l  should  stamp  oi    tbr   boxes      if
applet  tbe     number ,,!    apple* con
Ki. BAT! Kl'.W   MARCH 2nd,  1913
BATUP.DAY, MAKCII 2nd,  1912
. . It Might Be Cold. .
It is always hot in the plunge at  Halcyon Hot Springs,
wlmse natural hot medicinal waters aro the most wonderful health restorer on the Continent. Our record of cures
of rheumatism and other chronic complaints is unequalled
and verified by our gratified patr'i ns. Located among the
greatest scenerj of Canada, easy nl access,—the Sanitarium is luxuriously fitted and finished i'or comfort antl
convenience of guests.
Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. BOYD, Proprietor, -       Halcyon, Arrow Lakes
■■— ■ 111 OPEN NIGHT AND DAY*- ■ "
White Help Only Employed
Board by the Day or Week
Night Restaurant
Short Order
H. J. McSOF.LLY, Proprietor.
Strictly First Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with Bath
Pays His respects to the Gentlemen ot the Medical Profession
Tlio doctors ars nil [riends ol ours,
Wc expect them to stay with us until
death. Yet, at tho rink of Incurring their ,lispU'iisuiv, wo reproduce
ilu- lollowing:
Wo don'l know where it came trom
any moro ihau we know whose ruiti-
spotit the doctor's medicine comes
trom, We find it, in a paper credited
to "K.x," if we know the author
we would gladly give hia name, be-
caitso the ari icle is really good. Here
it is:
The di>' tor from Algonin Baid that
newspapers are run tor revonue only.
What in thunder do doctors run tor,
anyway? Ho they run tor glory'.'
Due good healthy doctor's hill would
run this office [or his months.
An edli-or works a halt day tor
$3.00, with an Investment "f (3,000;
a doctoi looks wise ami works ten I
minutes ("i f-00, with an invc.-l menl
of three nut*- for catnip ami a pill
hos  thai  cost  J1.37,
\ doctni goes to college for two or
lliii,'  years ami  pets diploma      and
n  string  "f words  the  devil      himself
cannol  pronounce,  cultivates a   look
ol gravity thai  he palms oil (or wis '
dom, gets n     box of pills, o cayuse
nml a meat Bav.  and sticks oul    his
Rliingle    a   lull-fledged    doctor.     lie
will then doctor you until you die at'
a  stipulate,I pin','  p,r  visit,  ami  puts I
tli'in in as thick
will   permit.
Au editor never gets his education
finished. lie learns as long as he
live-. nml Studies all h,- life. He eats
bran mash and liver, he takes his
Pay in turnips ami hay. ami keeps
tlie doctor ni town by retraining trom
"Sun" they think the party   should
put  mi candidate in the Hold..' That
is  Ihe  Vancouver i trlhutlou  in  tho
Inenl  column.
It. was, perhaps, hardly necessary
to establish a Liberal journal in this
City to tell the parly these tllingB
even though they ure nue. A party
helpless without the Ottawa machine
and Federal patronage on which they
have relied for the last lllteeu years
had a sufficient Btock "I discouragement on nana without this organ's
note. It, is true Uuu the opposition
iti Uritish I'oluniliia lias now two
governments to light. Bu1 the Oon-
Borvottpe parties in Nova Bcotia,
Quebec and l'i mre Kdward Island
hnvo been fighting federal and provincial administrations fifteen years.
| The Opposition party in New Ilruns-
i wick kept up the like struggle for lii
years, and finally won against these
mills. So iliil the pany in Ontario,
afler a light of nine years against, the
two machines, A shorter struggle in
.Manitoba ended in victory, on Alberta and Saskatchewan the Conserve -
lives have had the local and federal
administrations agalnBt them since
the provinces wen* established, There
is nothing in the plea that the poo-
ule to not understand the railway-
contracts or thai there is something
the matter with tli.* electorate lists.
Only a few months ago tbe federal
elections took place and the lists nre
as good now as they were then. The
opposition has four weeks to ex-dose
the railway contractB, and tbat is
aboul as long as the poople care to
listen to anything, We are confident
that the less the people know of Ihe
question the  better  it   will   be  for thc
v„ur pockotbook j opposition.
Less than two weeks ago the "Sun"
itself told us that the Liberal organ
izatlon in Vancouver was in good
shape, and that the parly was cheerful and sanguine, This journal remarked at the time that the information  was valuable as it would    re-
that the Liberal party has lound
i 0 leaders in whom it has confidence
•in policy whieh appeals to the puh
lie. ami that tlie organization so
Imig dependent upon Ottawa has not
yoi learned to turn lo the people.
Opposition is n good school', and a
lew years moro of il will do the
Liberal party in this provlnco a
'.lurid   nf   good.—News-Advert i. mi .
Until Roleased by Wonderful Sa-
j      rnaria Prescription
Liquor sets ud Inflammation and lr-
rltatlon of the fltoniaeb and weakens
tho lurves. The steady or periodical
(spr-aa) drinker la often forced to
drink even against I.'. /Ill by bia unnatural physic.1 condition.
Samaria Prescription stops the craving, steadies tbe nerves, bullda up lhe
general health and makes drink actually dlstaataful and nauseous. It
m tsateleaa and odorless, and can he
Kiven with or without th* knowledge
• il the patient.
Thousands of Canadla homea have
heen saved from misery and disgrace
hy some il*voted \ .It, mother or
daughter through thia wonderful Canadian remedy. The money formerly
wasted ln drink haa restored happiness, home comforts, education and
respect to the familtea formerly In
want aud deapalr.
Read the following, one of the numerous unsolicited testimonials received: i
" 1 can never r-apar you for your
remedy, lt ls worth more than life
lo me. Mr husband has been offered
liquor several times, but would nol
touch It. lie said lt had no charm for
him now. May Uod'a choice bleselncs
ever reat on you, aad roura, are my
prayero ever. No one fcnowa lt but
those who hare tried lt. Aa aoon aa 1
enn T will see others that 1 know
would give anything te atop their hue-
hands trom drink. I will glre them
your address.
" Mrs. K , Dewlnton.  Alta.''
(Nam* withheld  on   riqnui.)
Now, If you know of any family
needing thia r*m*dy, tell them about
it. If you have any friend or relative who haa formed or 1* forming
the drink habit, help htm to release
himself from Its awful olutohee. Sa-
inarla Prescription bl used by I'liynl
clana and Hospitals. i
A FREE TRIAL PACKAGE of Samaria Pr«aorIptlon, with booklet, glv-
Ii:k full particulars, testimonials, price,
etc, will be aent abaolutely free and
postpaid   In   plain  sealed   paokage    to
Corporation of the City
of Revelstoke.
All owners of doRs, and all
persons harboring dot;s, are required to pay the Tax at the City
Hall, on or before the Eleventh
day of March, 1912. After that
date the police will prosecute all
who have not paid the tax, and
the By-law will be strictly enforced.
By Order,
City Clerk.
Practical Information
printing the truth ahout him. |iieve the McBride government of the i anyone asking for tt and mentioning
if  we didn't   ei't   some  of  lhe  glot'v        ...  .*       ...  . ..      ,   . ,.    thia paper.      Correspondence aacredly
li   we niuu w g«i ouiin. i.      .    imputation   that   a  diss,,lution   would 1 r
.take the Opposition at a  disndvant -  confidential.   Write  todii>.      Tlie  Su-
The  fact   seems  to  be  that  the [ maria  Remedy Co., llcpt.  46-49,  Col-
"Sun" finds the people Bo well satis-.1'01™  street,  Toronto,   Canada.   Also
tied with the administration that op-  fur sale  b>' °'  "• Macdonald,  Drug-
position  is  hopeless.   It   limls       also   Eist,  RevelBtoke,  B.  C.
suitably furnished with thc choicest tlie
m.irktt affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
J.    ik.LBERT     STONE      PROP.
Under New .^Management ^^me*
I it we would agree   to     take
one of his lulls after tirst Baying our
prayers. If the editor makes a mistake lie hns to apologise for it, but
if the doctor makes a mistake he
buries it.
If   ae   make   one then'   Id   a lawsuit,
tall swearing and a smell ol sulphur
bul if the doctor makes one ther,* is a
funeral, CUt Mowers and a smell of
varnish. The doctor can use a word
n loot long, but if the editor uses it
be has to spell It,
If the doctor goes to see another
man's wile lie will charge the man for
the \,sit. u the editor rails on another ni.m's wile In* gets a charge ot
buckshot. Any medical college can
make a doctor. Yon can'! make uu
,*.iitoi.   lie  bas  to  l,e   horn  one.
The editor work; to keep Iron)
starving while the doctor works   to
ward   otT  the  tout.   Tin*   edltol   helps
nicn to live iiel tei an I the doctor
i them t,, die easy
The doctor pulls the sick man's leg
the editor Is glad If he colli ■
bill at all. Revenue only ' vie are
living for Iuu ami to spite the doc -
ass Acci mraodation and Sample Rooms
Rates   $1.00 to$2.00 Per
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
f n «'s«i  ind lrnr>rov#rt.    Klrst-Ow in essry respect.    All modem cooTenience
Larj-je Han pis Rooms,
Rat' o $2.00 per day        Special Weekly Rate?
Revelstoke% B.C.
'-■■'■' ■-   ■     ■ . ■ ■       ■ J— _     ■■■^' —ai        ■—
Union   Hotel
: i [Mil
RATES,      .      $1 50 PER DAY
 , M kel
I IKS T KTItl'IT,   mvi.l.SToKi:, It. < .
tee-nth ■
itch fr,*m   •
■   •
news     iprei ....
•   •
YEAR WITH $67,969,432 OF
The following were prominent features oi  lhe business  (or   l''ll    lhe
Company's mosl successful yeur.
1. Effective field-worl  inula wide demand for profitable
I.ill In*,,.,.oui*  gavcatoliilol APPLICATIONS RECEIVED $18,032,040
2. This large business nnd the persistence of well-satisfied Policy-holders produced a CAIN FOR THE YEAR of. $11,044,305
1    The 8URPIU8 earned in 1911 was         $442,074
THE INVESTMENTS again earn over ?,*. witeout a dollar
losi  tnd in the most acceptable securities.
5,   A careful Belectii u of risk* .nnl  good   fortune,  again  result   in a
most favorable MORTALITY, about 5Uc of the "expected," according io the
ent tables.
ECONOMY   cnsi-ti'ii with thoroughness and enterprise   has again
kept the EXPENSE RATES low.
All conducing; to success In the first aim of
Provide sound protection at Lowest Cost and
with highest protit6 to Policy-Holders.
,..,--. The Great-West Life has been doing
" Report tor 1911'    :•
Winnipeg, Man
iii il shortly,   nnd for "PfofitH
.ts to The Great-West Lift Policy-
New Lightning Method
Oil Painting, and Painted Walls
Cleaned like new.
Paper Hanging a Specialty
Estimates (.liven
Mirror Making and re-Silvering
Glass Cutting and Boring:
Class Frosting and Staining
Picture Framing, etc.
Prices Reserved.
d. wTbrill
Painter. Paper Hanger,Decorator
Kevelstoke, B. C.
Laughti ■■'■']'■■■      I ' Stret I   F i B. C
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
European Pl-m
Open Day nnd Night. M-il Tit I el    $6.00
Late Polisher of Howson's
Furniture  Store
mi n ' iikai', ii i.
8i acini Attention »i»cii  I '
ini'ii    iUm|    low IUU       l"'«l ' l-i' •     • ■"-i
ro'jln".   Itl'C-l -• ,t,»rv in I'.'M'all I ii".
W», overlonklnif Upper Ktm* \*k9
W. J, Lightburne. Prop
Kcpolislies.    MaJ-.cs Old Furniture
Estimate, Freely CHven. I Dr. de Van's Female Pllla
I    A triijiiii« i i >r t never iii'l    rhfw
GIVE ME A TRIAL p,il,"'?,,-c—'-^^-"---''-'--^-'''K"'
Drop Card in Post Ol.'ict
tut. nro r.* r, m.* , ,*       ,—
i-'iifHUvfl p„it    *     111 if •fn     Ii.l    *-
all tt ..\, I mit-i i*m>.    lir. <1a Tan'a in lnid tt |
tt      ■ ■ i iM.'   i ii".   m» led • * •
}U. Aieb-ll ling ' ".. at, relliarlnra, (Inl.
tm~ .  it i A .■*
100 Thoroughbred
White Leghorn Pullets
All Laying
100 Thoroughbred
Rhode Island Red Pullets
All Laying
Revelstoke Poultry Yards
at Revelstoke, B. C.
or Phone 234
or Address
P. O. Box 227
Revelstoke, B. C.
Regarding the
and Surronnding Country
in which over 200,000
Acres of Farm Land have
been reserved and surveyed for Pre-Emptors
Satisfaction guaranteed
Agent  for  Flexlume  Electric
Reetdenoe Cor, Brd St, nnd Robson avc
simp in Uie) imik ul I*,. J. Bourne*!
Store, I'irni Street
Transfer     Draying
Handling Pianos a  Specialty
Phone 42  -   Night Phone 85
Kor the pust two yciirs we lmve
1 * i: i • 1:.--11 • - * i u pamphlet lu whieh Is
given all Information available nbout
Kort Ueorge and Ccii I rnl Uritish
We have continuously mixlc publio
thc  oittstuniling  Inete:—
That there is an abundance ol pine
Fort George District;
That with thc exception ot   Bmall
ureas ol open meadows, the land Im,
covered with a growth ot timber,
some light and some heavy;
Tha't 50 pcr ceut. of the lunil is
light soil,      with sand and    gravel
That the main rivets, such as tho
KruBcr, Nechaco, Stuart und Sul -
mon, arc mostly Irom M to 2bf> It.
below the bench land through Wblcb
tbey run;
Tnat tocre  is uu abundance ol puro
water iu creeks, lakes and rivers;
That  the climate  is superb;  and
Thnt one acre ot the good    land is
worth us  much us live  acres in any
other part nt Western Oanada,
The truth is good enough ul out
Port Ueorge, und wc are. publishing
this advertisement so that the In -
tending settler and investor shall
know tin* truth and not bc misled by
exaggerated    reports ol the     Kort
(Ieorge    Uistriet,      whether    good or
Kurt QsorgS is the "Hub of U.C.,"
and thc centre of an empire riob in
natural resources—fruit and larm
land, timber and mineral lnnd. Yuu
should know all about this vast new
Write to us for llic "11. ('. Hulleliii
ol Inlurmutlon" nnil "Facts," both
Security (o.
Joint Owners and Sole Agents
Fort George Townsite
Bower Blk, Vancouver, B.C
+ SATURDAY, MARCH 2nd, 1012
the!mail-heeald; eeyelstoke
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. £. Jfume 8t Co.. £imited
See the New Cash Carrier
Ladies' Belts
A Clean-Up of all Ladies' Belts
All our Silver and (lilt Elastic Bands and Silk
Belts W.Ofl to -12.00, goon Sale at each
New French Baptiste
for Ladies' Wash Dresses and Waists in the new
colors, King's Blue, Cop. Blue, Quaker Grey,
with White Hair Line Stripe—a perfect wash
material at
20 Cents
English Sateens
in Fancy Floral Pattern for decorative purposes. 30-inch goods, all the new wood and
pastel shades, dainty and fresh as the Spring
flower, at per yard
15 Cents
Get a Cushion al $ 1.50
and take it easy. This lot of Cushions are
complete with Frill and filled with Cotton Down
Hume's $ 10 Dresses
Have yon seen the Afternoon Dresses Hume's
are selling at $10. We are told that this is one
the leading questions whenever two or more
of the ladies meet.
This Bargain line consists of a lot of Pure
Silk, Pongee, Shantung and White Muslin
Dresses. The Regular I'rice of which were
$15 to 'tl7. No two alike and a Real Bargain
at each
Hume's 1.90 Waists
and Blouses arc another equally prominent
Bargain a new lot this week, ^ome extra
choice lots of Fancy Muslin and Tailored lined
Waists—all at one price—$1.90.
Silk Waists
150 SILK WAISTS go on Sale Thursday a. m.
No use to describe them. There are no two
alike.   Come pick one at
Groceries and Crockery Department
Tea and Coffee
Arc voti using The and Coffee? Where are
you buying it? Are vou getting value for your
money? Does the quality and flavor please you?
Ifyou have the least doubt as to your tea and
coffee try a pound of our Sunbeam Tea at 40c and
50c per pound, and a pound of our OO Coffee at
40c per pound. Mocha and Java at 50c per lb.
Its quality is uniformly high and it has that true,
lingering llavor that pleases.
Fussell's Cream
Fussell's Cream ii neu to most oi us. It will
also reach vour goodwill ifyou g \ *. t a lair trial.
it is a whipping cream and thai in itself should
appeal to each and everyone of us. You cannot
get a better article for serving with fruit or jellies
than Fussell's Cream.
Fish for Lenten Season
We have just opened up for the Lenten Season
some of lhe choicest Salt Fish we have ever
handled. Salt Mackerel, large, fat and well cured,
Salmon Bellies, lhe best pick of the year. Labrador Fat Hen ing, well packed, well cured, wilhoul any particle sign of rust, and Salt Codfish
cured and packed by the best packers in Nova
Scotia, in j Ib. blocks and 2 Ib. boxes, also a
quantity Of Smoked Halibut and Kippered Herring always on hand.
Our Twentieth  Century Brand Clothing
Pickles !     Pickles !
Now that our Spring groceries are arriving,
We can assure our customers lhat we can supply
their wants to the fullest extent and in no line do
we show up to 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.
at 25c. Pint bottles with patent stoppers at 35c.
and quart bottles at thc exceedingly small price oi
05 cents. You will do well to look at our prices
in these lines.
Crockery and China
We are always showing a large asserlment of
Dinner Sets. This Spring we are showing a
larger liue than ever before. See our new White
and Gold Pattern, This makes up a nice Dinner
Set for a very small price. We are also showing
a large range of Tea Sets, Cups .md Saucers,
Fruit and Salad Hou Is, Biscuit Jars, Tobacco
Jars, Cream and Sugars, Cut Glass, Brass Goods,
Toilet Sets and a large assortment oi Fancy
The Men who Dress well are the men we cater to in the Clothing
line. Not the men who wear freakish, ultra-fashionable clothes, but the
men who insist on having the best in fashionable, clean-cut, gentlemanly,
wearing apparel. They know as well as we do that'only in the 20th Century Brand can they get exactly what they want. Clothes that combine faseion with easy elegance and sterling wearing qualities are just what
the good dresser wants and just what we are prepared to supply.
This Season's Cloths are the exact goods which are being worn in
all the Eastern Fashion Centres. Browns and Greys predominate in the
Tweeds, while stripes in worsteds of the same color are also good. The
Camel Browns are the new thing and will be worn almost exclusively in
Tweed of light weight by good dressers.
Wide shoulders, longer
coat, two button sack,
two side rents at the
back, long lapels anil
shaped in at the waist.
Trousers half pear.
We can supply this
model in tweeds and
worsteds in all thc new
Brown and Grey
tweeds predominate.
PRICES: $25.00 to $35.00
This cut represents our new 3-
button sack suit.
Medium length
coat. Trousers are
rather smaller at
/ the bottom. Lapels
shorter than last
season. They come
in Grey C&, Brown
Tweeds CB, Worsteds.
PRICES: $20 to $35.00
A few lines that will interest the housekeeper
who is prepairing for early- spring house cleaning.
These lines are extra special in value and will not
last long at the prices.
Tapanese Mats ^eal Bar^ains' 4x7'$1'75
J   r 4x12 at $3.00 each
Union Squares An sizes-a11 colors
and combinatious
You can't  get  away from the values we
offering in these,   Call and see them; the prices
are away below actual cost.
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.
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.
"C>  QUALITY—In a wide range of patterns
at $1.20 per square yard
■O QUALITY—In attractive new patterns
at 90 cents per square yard
uaiaufcj. j-jbujw-L'1 SATURDAY, MARCH Snd,
SATURDAY, MAlU'll   'ml,  11112
By Express To-Day
Thirty Ladies' Tailored Costumes and Ladies' Spring
coats. Early Showing of New Spring designs. New
Whitewear, New Linen Waists, Cotton Voiles, Wash
Silks. Gloves, Hosiery, Umbrellas. New Guods Coming to Hand every day.
. . .^«. a v*,'.*»'iv^m/.J«';
l\Ml'lil*:i.l.- "ii   Kmi.iii.iiv   28th,   1912   |
tn Mi   ni :  Ml     l'i "   Campbell,    I
■ ■
s,*,. I, lea ix .ii-oiit Vancouver prop   []
I'm,  Wlnt,  Clover Hon,**, hi .S Ib. Cans.    This is  soiuclhiiii-t   you
. .il : :i*l iwli-.lh ni,, .it this season ofthe i-cur,
HOME-WADE JAM    in pinlsunil quarts, kIiiss jnrs.    This  is
iihsoliilcli pure anil well put up.
SYRUPS    I'mi' Maple Sjrup in Imttles or cans, whieh we vn.n ■
uu'.ee I" be ili,* best.
-    -'    -"    -■■ Mil.
VV. .1.   Armstrong hue !-•*•   np| i    l\      ^    HOBSON
■   • ■        ii  thi   appn li
(5 el
Nlr   Lii il the leading ell
:acns of -Nakusp, paid Revelstoke      *   r"
:.,; visit last Thursday
The Conservative committee rooms
• veniog ui    Sel
*..:k Hail,  .mi, ii iii**. campaign will i.e
MacKenzie Avenue
lonthly  meeting
the Poultry A ** ,11  I*
next  Tui t lay   evening  In the
Ml, * ,   * i     will   imn I '-'
To sell ■ nnd make ihe first paymenl on i home. Then vou enn
move in iim! plan n (Mrtli n, n poulti-j >.inl and .ill -"i*i. nl things vou
Hoiiltl onjoi ilurliiK a Summer, ll you haven little capital we nm
make ii cam foa yon I - acquire i hotm  immediately
-.-  iii *..   •• mi hia  present   location t,,
pi n,  *    ■ ■ .* rated      by
,'   k. Mac • ttioni i \  store,
II j i ia  *,,ii   worth  ad
It foi       ■    Bome
men pla .•■.-..- theil      last
*.: i have ployed it
Mr. Tel lormerly a well
;. in.in    here,
* ng old
■   [i   .
... m     tl
Mi     i    H.
..-  ■
* *
- •
team  laun
I      fur
t ,-.
1   will
■ * '
.- ■   '     .
. II-
ll| I
r«  i.
ll. N. Coursiei   the real estate man
moi ing his office nexi door ii> the
Bourne Bros, store on First Btreet.
Don't torget ihe Irish Tea nnd
Limerick contest on Monday thc USth
Handsome prizes awarded the    lucky
I'll, report ol the at Dme" given
Selkirk Hall  *'■ 11 api cai
Tl •■  Ladies  ol the      Vlti i
will hold an Ini   i
M.ill. ,,n     Monday.    M u
■ 'in , !.* '• p.m.
R -.   Dean Pag
1 th - morning an,I «
• ■I Mr. C. li   r.i -
i«  days    Thi
on In- win  homi
s. - .ruin.
.i    h.
Mr. Theo.  Wadman
them Brll
'  '
Ig      Ml
The debate In  *'i    John's     church
i.n  Wedne  if.   evening  on  tin* ques
I wi .ei church union was very    well
attended.     Interesl     was     sustained
throughout    -■ vera!  well  pi  pni ed pn
: . nu-  ii*;,.I.   'I'h:'  audience    was
...   deciding    tin'
*      i
evening   it   I h -    In.inn
Ira   ll   Thompson   Pourth   rtreet,
mown aa    tlie
CJ.B.i tert
■    ■
This morning, riaturdaj   March Bnd
Alderman II.  F. MeKinnon,     A.    J.
MoDouell ami  Kid.  Corning,  memliers
jiif the R-gvelstoko delegation to Vie -
tiinn, returned homo,
Interviewed hy the Mall-Herald Mr,
MeKinnon reports ns follows:
Upon lieing Introduced  to the  Pre
iini'i'  by  Hun. Thos. Taylor, and al
ter the delegat  had explained   al
length the objects ol their visit, Premier MoBrldo aivlil rn part:- '"Gentle'
nii-ii, 1 do nut blame you n pnrt'lelo
tor holding meetings nnd looking tor
your rights, You urn porloctly justi-
lii'il in lining whal you have done regarding your wires In mo, etc. T
Iiii,' t.u see elUsions tako an interesl
in Huch mutters. Regurdlng the mnl
ber ol the railway up tho Big Bond,
the reason tho road was not in tlie
railway pollc.i Is thnl by building
the Okanagan mad lirsl tho railway
company would have n paying proposition trom tho stur| owing to the
grout amount ot produce waiting tor
shipment, tins la tho reason this road
is linllt. as n f* *Imi to tho main line.
Hi.' Uig Bend country will havo to be
developed belore ll will lio a teedor,
nnd consequently thc Canadian Northern Railway Company would like
to go ahead with the Okanagan line
lirst. As sunn aa MacKenzle nnd
Mann aro ready to build down the
Big Bend, the government will bo
glad to give tli. mi tho necessary ns
sistance, which will be in tho very
near tuture, Sir Will..mi MacKenzie
will lie mn in British Columbia ag
nin sometime within the next two
months, nnil wa will be only too
glad to ari'dnge n meeting between
the Board ot Trad; ol Revelstoko and
rtir William MiicKenxtc, nn.l if he agrees to iniil.I Hi.*' rond my govern
nnnt  will  glv,   the  necfissary  nssisl
.- e,   Wo appreciate the value ofthe
Big Bend country, and I will send a
govi i ii inin t   iiimImicI,*;*,.-!   Into   there
nl   :e  I,,     ni.il*.,• :i   reporl    "1    the
wholo country nml my promise still
stun.is good t Iiii I you will have the
railwny. Hhen I made this promise
that vnu would have the railwny, I
•Ii I not expeel i hnl I would again go
tn tin' country within the next tour
years, but I am appealing t,, the
countr.i again two and a halt veins
fn m Umi  date."
The delegates regarded tbe Inter
view as very satisfactory. Prenilei
McBrlde in conclusion stating "He
would go intu th s railway matter
more fully and explain the whole sit
nation more fully to tho eitizens of
Itevelstoke at the meeting In the opera house in tbat city on Thursday
evening next.
St. Wrick Entertainment
Secure ynur seats early  lor the St.
Pntrl k's entertainment at   the opera
house Monday, March 18th, under the
■■•■■ a ol the   St. Frances   Choral
and Dramatic iJociety. The public are
promi-ed a rare treat  In the     pro
-i.im which is bi'ini: prepared,       One
"I  the  principal  features  will  be the
roaring Irish farce  "Don     Paddy    De  Bnznn..'     The
'"II    will filled   by  a  "true
I Sod" whose keen lr
m res an excellent    por-
art in all ita original
ctei ■ T best talent bas
seem r tl     in isical part of
ill, r-
:   lovers  of   Irish
ill to be pi
v   Ml Mall.Mi s   ,„.
Bit] Eddy Schocl Report
HCt  n!
.   '
ItKWS    lllli'l!   STORE
$10 io $20
Special 3A Folding  Brownie
Post Card Damtr.t     -   $12
2A Folding Brownie $7
Eastman Films
All at List PrtM-s
Rexi[i OrAtrKfi
Rexall Beef, Wire .ird lift) $1
'. •       t ireen I   ■
Beit S
Wi 1 i.t .
It lull   I.,i ' i .., .
slid  in*  in, pai * -I  tn tr,
eoniiiieuil   I nl  .
lunii     i'i" i' -i II.
• Men'g
.  *. earlj
We   in*.
- "    I'" * d cloth,
In search  u
Outfiffers tor Rovelsloke'a Mm and Boys
.-it.    l.llllU
March 2—Oapt.  Albert
i.i'ii-y porformod sensational teat i"
day, when he lauded wifely by means
ui a parachute desoent from uu air-
t-hin, ni'iir Jefferson Barracks, during
military nerul trials here today.
Gaols Full—Earlier Assizes
Victoria, March 2—The Provincial
..'.nils are crowded wiih prisoners and
to rollovo the congestion Attorney
General BowBer deoldcd to advanoa
tho dates of the Bpring Assizes one
month nil over the Provlncb. I'liurl
opons iu Vancouver April uth, and
annul a month earlier throughout
Rovelstoke and Interior, RoportB
Bhow that the pruranee of hoboes
linin lhc United States, driven to
this riiiinlry iiy the depression pro
vailing throughout tho Ropuhllo, Is
i: I'ir'iy responsible for tlie proBent
i ongesl Ion,
Additional Buiiness locals
Hound by round, Wolgasl Moran
Hi lii al the star Monday night.
See  Wolgast   anil      Mm.in   al       tbo
Star Monday night,
Tho Cow Boy Pugilist, a lovo story
woven around a tour round boxing
oontoBi at the Star tonight.
Wolgnst-Moran light pictures at tho
Star Monday  night.   Onlj   pictures ol
the lighl seen in Revelstoko.
WANTBD—Gents hue underwear core
fully  washed nml  repaired.       Miss
Payne, corner 1th stroet and   Mc
Kiuzie Avenue.
Mutt nnd Jeff and tho Herman Band
Bj Gosh     You'd     Laugh, and Doro
Civ's Family, at  tho     star tonight,
they are two good oiips.
Battling Hansen will give WP to
lho uniii whn stands mi his feel after
four rounds. Thc only time four men
go al it nt the same iImo In n ring.
Bomotblng never before seen In Revelstoke, al  tho star tonight.
liiitlnln Jones, the king ot all cov.
boys roping wild animals in America
Words cannot express it. See for
j -sell  tonight at  the star theatre
Don't forgot the Onledonlan Society Dance in Selkirk Hull on the 6th
Inst., as yuu will miss one of the
besl  times of  tbe Benson.
if '-.ui .lid imt si*■ the Wolgasl Mur
nn tigiit ,you • an see il nl i b i Star
mi Monday night. Theso pictures are
tho hest yet and you can see every
point.   Did  Moran get  knocked out,
Tho management of tho Star then-
tri have scein-i',1 the Wolgast Moran
fight pictures for Mnn,lay. One of the
greatest fight pictures cen In Cana*
.i.i. Vnu will miss sume pictures il
.•.-'in miss these, as tbe Bght is given
round by round. Watch for posteri
In the Star front. These pictures are
the best, you can't afford to mis-
Wo havo taken tho Agency for " Minerva Pure Prepared
Paint," and are in a position to give yuu a paint thai will Inst
longer, go farther'and Btand more wear than anj other paint
on|tho market.
If ymi are|thinking of painting this Spring, uive it a trial.
For buildings inside ami outside use "Minerva Pure Prepared Paint,
Por shingled roofs use " Minerva Barn, Roof and Bridge
For floors use " Minerva Exterior Flour Paint."
Por Stain and Varnish Finish use " Minerva Lac."
For cupboards, shelves, kitchen chairs, use "Minerva
Pure Prepared Paint," put up in convenient household sizes.
We also handle all colors of Alabastine.
Revelstoki? Hardware Co., Ud.
Howson fck
Royal Mmi Steamers Sailing Every Saturday
Xew Triple Screw New Triple-Screw
S. S. Laurentic S. S. Megantic
Turbine nnil l\ec!proci,lliiR Kugiiics
I. **i «*ni.| in shipbuilding,   l-.li  *i:m Klevntors,    lilectHe Heaters,
Skilled Orchestra. Wireless and Deep Sea Signal Appiuotu
FIRST-CIMS, SS2.5Q.   SECOND CLASS, S53.75.   IHiRD CUSS, [VifJS] $32,50
Comtoi t nt niodornlo rntcs hy excellent
one-class I I   Cabin seriico
S. S. Twin-Screw  Teutonic      S. S. Twin-Sen w Canada
1.11 li.ni;. -I i feel loun
i.t isiest ste. nn. i 1'au.nli ni Liverpool iiiic-classllll e.iliiii .un*
llc-sl  i., •■n i,ii.,.!,iii, >u ei ven $50 up, i llinl class (clnseil rnomsl --•! 25
Cnmini.,':. Olflcc Rocmi ' 6" Builoy Ui.lit.ai:, Eccoml .-mil Clinrry Hit,  Sr.,111,.
A. (\. BR00KER. Agent. Calg-iry
* rr -mh^—■—i— — mtmmt ■■   wmmmmm «~ •— —i  -  i-        ■-— ■     ■    „■»-«■■■«■»■■.
Buy There for Sure Profits
Lots on the  2 1 ■   Mile  Circle  Well   Located in Crescent View
I LRMS :   One - Fifth  Down, the Balance
Extending Over 18 Months
Let Us Make Your Money Grow
E. G. P'QLEY. Manager, M.icKonzie Avenuo


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