BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

The Mail Herald May 3, 1911

Item Metadata

Download

Media
mherald-1.0310708.pdf
Metadata
JSON: mherald-1.0310708.json
JSON-LD: mherald-1.0310708-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): mherald-1.0310708-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: mherald-1.0310708-rdf.json
Turtle: mherald-1.0310708-turtle.txt
N-Triples: mherald-1.0310708-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: mherald-1.0310708-source.json
Full Text
mherald-1.0310708-fulltext.txt
Citation
mherald-1.0310708.ris

Full Text

Array w
I
■
■
"Empire" Typewriter
^
For ease of operation'and
perfection in results it is
unsurpassed.    Price. $601'
Interior PublisnmglCo,, Ag'?
The M*Jl-Herald
i
1911
Wero
"1 A,
C-
£\ Visiting Cards
'      A SPECIALTY
Interior Puolishing Company
PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS
>
Vol. 17—No. 33
REVELSTOKE. B. C, *VIaY 3, 1911
$2.50 Per Year
FINE TOOLS MAKE
GOOD
HOW DOES YOUR GARDEN GROW ?
THAT DEPENDS ON THE KIND OF HOES, SPADES,
FORKS AND RAKES YOU USE.
WE SELL GARDEN TOOLS WHICH IT WON'T
BREAK YOUR BACK TO USE AND MAKE GARDENING
A JOY. AT THE SAME TIME THEY THEMSELVES
WON'T BREAK. BUT WILL GIVE GOOD LONG SERVICE.
NOR WILL WE "BREAK YOU" WHEN YOU BUY
YOUR GARDEN TOOLS AND HARDWARE FROM US.
L
awrence
Hardware Co. Ltd
Plumbing and Tinsmithing
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Office-Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Authorized •            $10,000,000.00
Capital Subscribed -          5,575,000.00
Capital Paid Up -     5 330,000.00
Reserve       - 5,5bo, -00.00
Branches »r Agents at all principal points in'OaiiH-dn.
Agents in Great Britain and United States—London, England,
Lloyds Bank, Limited. Chicago—First National Bank, Oorn Exchange National Bank. Seattle—Seat tie National Bank, San Francisco— WellB Fargo Nevada National Bank. Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
current
Deposits of $1 and upward, received, and interest allowed at
rent rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
I
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. MoCleneghan, Mgr
PRIME PRIZE BEEF
Have you ordered your favorite cutting from lhe
Reef awarded FlRST PRIZE at CALGARY SPRING
Stock Show and purchased for our Revelstoke trade.
p. ^ums & Company. Aid.
Children's  Straw  Hats
All sizes, all shapes, all prices.
The Best Assortment in the city
to choose from. Come in and
get  your  Summer   Hats  here.
Mrs. A, G, Crick, * First Street
NAVIGATION OPENS
ON COLUMBIA RIVER
First Steamer Sails Saturday-
Activity Looked Forward to
Up Big Bend This Year
The strainer Revelstoke will begin
regular sailings lor thc season ot
1911 on Saturday the 6tn instant,
leaving the city wharf at (j a.m. antf
returning wa Sunday- Thereafter
regular trips will made every
Tuesday and Friday as in the past.
('apt. Fo.--laml, who has been in
charge for several years, in (act
ever since the steamer was operated,
will again In* at the wheel, and Engineer Colbeck, and Fireman Vag-
on will liirn.Kh the power, while Capt
Fred Swanson will again act as Mate
and purser. A large logging camp
will bo opened at once at Peterson's
Laii'iting, and a large number of
men will bc employed.
Thc C.l'.R. survey parties arc expected to arrive shortly to complete
the surveys commenced last year of
the road around the Bend. A party
ol timber cruisers and surveyors will
go up on tbe first boat to cruise timber claims and survey lands.
Several mining deals are being
made for properties in the Dig Bend
ami a season of activity is look"d
forward to by those interested in
properties  in  the  district.
mmn are busy
Butcher Store of C. F. Lindmark
Broken into last Night
This city had another burglary last
night, the butcher shop ol C. F.
Lindmark being broken into ind
a bicycle, a Watch, a Mauser revolver, a number of cartridges an*d
about i'2 in stamps stolen.
Entrance was gained to the st*>rc
by a side window in the rear of the
building, while to gain an entrance
to the front shop and office, the perpetrator of the -deed sawe*- a ii,imre
hole through the intervening door,
thereby removing the lntch. The to0lB
used were a bit and  o  keyhole saw.
Every drawer in the otfiie desk had
been rifled, but the safe in which the
cash and valuaM? Papers are kept
was untouched, the burglar ap-
paiently not having the necessary
tools for opening that.
The police are working on the case
and it is auite probable the miscreant will be captured, as so far
lhe local force has succeeded with
unerring accuracy in locating their
quarry. As will be seen in another
column Collier the man upon whom
suspicion fastens itself as being the
man who broke into Alex Hobson's
store last week was given five months in Kamloops.
Attempts were alsc made to break
into the drug store of C. R. Ma«loii-
ald and the barber shop of Hoy
McDonald. At ;hc former place the
side door was purtlj broken away,
but the miscreants were evidently
frig-htened away iy the barking of
dogs in ihe store :>efore the heavy
iron bolt could i e irawn. From
there they tried lhe othei side door
of the store but were again UnsUCCesS
lul. Roy McDonal'I'i barber shop
was apparently tbu next sctne of
action, but the burjlnrs could not
effect an entrance.
that Ite had worked honestly for. He
had come from California and bad
worked in camps and on railroads,
and the usual difficulties' whicli hoboes
and criminals conjure up for times of
emergen, y were recited over and over again. But it was no go this
time as the court was absolutely certain that he was a ''bad one" and
would not w0rk  if he was let out.
"If you can fix it up some way so
that I can pay my fine when I get
to work at a Job I have promised mo
Monday, I will be much obliged," Ire
pleaded of the magistrate.
But the court was obdurate nnd
sentenced him without the option of
a fine to five months in Kamloops
jail.
CENSUS MAN Will
ASK QUEER QUESTIONS
<;OOI>S   ALWAYS  WELL   PACKED
If you arc going out into tlie hills let us
put up your Grocery order. Nothing
hut the best on the market and prices
no higher than the inferior goods.
Orders on short notice.
John  McIntyreI ** Son
FIVE MONTHS AT KAMLOOPS
Hobo Who it Is Believed Broke
Into Hobson's Store
Hnd a charge ol burglary beellnid
against S. J. Coilier, it is pr<>tty certain that lie would ha" * err, convicted for the offence f breaking into Alex Hobson's store nti Thursday
night last. The c Mcnce was all
there when be appeared in police
court yesterday nn rning nn a charge
ol vagrancy, and tiie police were absolutely certain they had the man
who did the deed, but unfortunately
for justice the charge of burglary was
not pressed. The ei -iluroy trousers
which left their tell-.al" mark on the
bag ot flour at the broken window
ol Hobson's store war there; flour
lie-Jiiiearcd 'he smock wn ich tbe prisoner had worn and 11 was evident
from his own statements that he was
in an.l around the city on Thursday
n-ght. So taking all things into
ron-uteration, circumstantial evidence
at leant was very stun.; against
Iiim.
However, the charge of burglary
was not pressed, but rather a charge
of vagrancy laid instead. ('oilier
bad, ol course, the usual hard luck
sU'i> vi u0t being able to get money
At Least They Will Appear
Average Revelstoke
Get Your Answers
Soto
When the census enumerator knocks
at your door next month and commences to ask you a whole lot ol
eiuestlons which you may consider
impertinent, don't slam thc door in
bis face or* oth;rwise insult him or
maltreat him. '
He will only be doing his duty. He
will bc working lor the government,
and wants to kno'v all about you.
The government intends to take a
very special ctnsus ol thc people of
the Dominion this year, and in addition to counting them wants to
all about them.
Here are some of the questions the
census man will ask you:—
Are you blind deal or dumb.'
Are you crazy, lunatic, idot or
silly?
Are you insured, and if so, in what
. ompany?
Can you read and write? It so,
where were you t alight? What was
the cjst of obtaining your education?
What is yoi.r age? (Ladies nre not
excused from answering this question)
Are you a colored person?
How much money are you worth?
The questions which tbt enumerator will have to ask are classified under a numlier of different sections.
The first and most important is the
population, and under this section
comes age, color and how much you
are worth.
The next deals with morality, disability, and compensation, while Sections 5 and 6 aie for statistics relating to the seed and fruit crops of
1910 and the number of animals raised during a given number of years.
Section No. 7 seeks information for
all kinds of farm statistics and Nn.S
under the forestry department, asks
for the kind and quality of trees raised and their value in dollars enl
cents.
Another sectkn deals with 'actu'y
statistics, and the questions under
this i.>ad include the money invested
the values of mu i. buildings aid
plants, the number of employees and
the number ol working hours each
day, an.l thc size ol the pay rolls.
The heads ol churches, colloges,
public and private schools will bc required to answer a long list ol questions, and under another section, information pertaining to fisheries is
sought.
The government also wishes to get
statistics relating to the mining development in the Dominion. Under
this I railing managers of the mining
compan »s v.ill be required to tell
how muib capital is Involved ia their
enterprises, .inii how many employees
are kept at work and the number of
hours they work.
ATTEMPT TO HOLD UP
THE CENTRAL HOTEL BUS
Man With Revolver Orders the
Driver to Throw Up His
Hands and Stop Rig
Was a holdup intended or was it
only as a joke that lour men ran out
from the sidewalk near Central school
on Sunday night, between 11 and i'2
o'clock and at the point of n revolver ordered the driver ol the Central
hotel bus to throw up his hands an.l
stop his rig?
The driver at that time of night
was Oscar Abrahamson, the eighteen
year-old son of ('has. Abrahamson.
On bis way to the station he was
driving leisurely along to meet the
Incoming midnight train, when suddenly four men sprang from the sidewalk near the Central school nnd
one of them with a revolver in bis
outstretched hand ordered the driver
to throw up his hands and stop the
rig. The driver in consternation,
dropped thc lines, and thc rush of
the men to the horses' beads frightened the animals so that they took
to their liecls and made a getaway.
No shots were lired, but the driver
considered it no pleasant experience
to look along the barrel of a shining revolver at that hour of night.
The affair may have been intended
as a holdup as sometimes thc Central bus carries a large number of
guests to the station at that hour
of the night, or it. may have been
but an attempt to frighten thc driver
In cither case the affair would have
been none the less serious for the
culprits had  they  been caught.
PRETTY WEDDING
Popular Young Couple United in
Matrimony Monday Evening
At the residence of Mr. and Mrs. V.
J. Loesch on Monday evening a pretty wedding took place> when Kev. 1.
Vi. Stcveusoii in the presence of
about twenty guests, united in matrimony Mr. El, S. Butler, and Miss
Maude Robinson, the latter one of
Revelstoke's popular young ladies.
The event occurred at about 8:30
when the bride entered thc parlor of
the house to tbe music of Mendelssohn's wedding march, played by
Miss Gladys Urquhart. She was
attired in a becoming gown of embroidered white satin with tunic
effect and was supported by her sister, Miss Olive Robinscn, in a gown
of pale blue novelty silk with lace
trimmings. Mr. G. S. Pickering sup
Ported  the groom as best man.
After the ceremony ft wedding dejeuner was served and the happy
young couple left on the 12:30 train
for Harrisburg, Pa., and Truro, N.
S., where ihey will s|iend a couple ol
months before returning to th« city
to reside.
The contracting parties were the recipients ol a large number ol handsome and useful presents. Thc
groom's gift to tiie bride wfts n beautifully engraved watch with chain
attached; to the best man a Pair ol
engraved ruff links; to the bridesmaid engraved gold bracelets, and a
gold bracelet to the pianist of the
occasion.
SHOT THROUGH LUNG
Resident of Golden Victim of
Shooting Accident
While out gopher shoot :ng with a
number ol companions, on Hun-
day last Dan McGinnis. bridgeman,
was accldently stmt, through the lung
by one of his friends and hia condition In the hospital at Gulden is
considered anytl ig but encouraging.
Dr. Hamilton whk summoned from
tbe city on Monday tot consultation
with the Golden physician nnd statos
that thc occurrence was purely an
accident, and from Hie rfatcments of
those who were with the victim at
the time of thc accident, it is Impossible to tell who was r.'uponsible (or
the affair.
A football match* between two picked teams will tnke plnce ()n tho Y.
M.C.A. ground s tonighl at six
olclock. All football pliiyc's who
want to get into the game arc requested to turn out prepaid at the
time mentioned,
MANY NATIONALITIES HERE
B. C. Bible Society Prints the
Book in 18 Languages
That there are at least eighteen
different nationalities in the Province
of Dritish Columbia is u fact brought
out by the recent visit to this city
of Rev. .1. Knox Wright, district secretary ol tine Bible Society ol Uritish
Columbia.      'ihis   is   the  number      of
Foreign languages In which the Bible
is printed lor distribution, and Mr.
Wright deolarcs tbat still more vers
ions ir[ the Hook are required us
ninny other nationalities are taking
up their residence here.
Mr. Wright, who is making hiH
annual trip through the upper country, the boundary country and the
Okanagan, addressed a meeting ofthe
Daptist church last night, and his report showed a yenr of very satisfnc-
tory progress. One year ago there
were but ten branches of the organization in the province, now there are
'.i'2. Contributions Inst year M.oon,
of which amount Revelstoke contribute,! $77 to the ordinary fund. During the year there were 8,02-1 copies
of the Dilile distributed. Reference
was made at last night's meeting to
the resolution of the B.O. Hoard to
erect a  Bible  house    in      Vancouver
this year to mark the tercentenary of
the authorized version ul tho   Dibit.
cr
Garden Tools
Wire Netting, Fencing, Screen Doors and
Windows, Rubber 1 lose, Sprinklers, etc. Carpenter's Tools and General Hardware.
SPORTING   GOODS
Basoball and Lacrosse Goods,   Fishing  Tackle,
the best stock ever in town.
FARM AND GARDEN SEEDS
HAY  AND   FEED
FULL LINE OF GROCERIES
Bourne Bros.
^Hardware,      •      Stoves, Plumbing^.
USE
Swift's Blood and Bone fertilizer
To incrrase your yield of Garden Produce, Fruits, Etc., Etc.
tJP*~4
SOLE  AGENTS
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
High Class Meat Purveyors
Phone 251 P. O. Box 181
Housewife's Favorite Brands
Robin Hood Flour
Jacob's Dublin Biscuits
Bell Blend Tea
Bell's No. I Java and Mocha Coffee
G. W. BELL
P. O.  Box  208
GROCER & BAKER
Phone No. 23
e
p> V)
K
co o
tit ~*
**•
3 3
—. CO
3   <
vi co_
cd tn
PORT MANN  LOTS
INSURANCE
C. M. FIELD
NOTARY   PUBLIC
o
<u
Lots in City of Vancouver
re
o
"o
e
Toward the close nl thc meeting »
resolution carried recommending tlm
locnl     brunch   to   consider   the ap-
1 itlng a committee to take up tbe
matter ol contributing something towards the biriMing lund.     Rev*.    J.
|W. Stevens.,n   a" I     Bmlth, asalfted
Mr.  Wright   In   devotional  service.
BOYS IN OARLOTB.
That the secret ol success in poultry raising lies In the Judicious buying nl toodetults «'ns the statement
[made al tlie Hume last nighl by Wll
ihnm Nellson "f Frullvale, ,•*, director
lul the Farmers' institute at thai
'point ati'l a nuwsstul poultry [ancicr
"1 iiii.I    tlint    by   purchasing (oikI-
stufls in carload lots." snul Mr, Neil
-un. "thnt  1 ran save very nearly nw
per rut  of the pr ces thai   I should
i Iiave to pay i. ■ bought in small lots
I was pleased to see thai the West
Kootenaj Po Itrj association at n.*i-
json was endeavoring to mnke somo
arrangements t" buy 'mis in this
manner. If arrangements could bo
made I hnve no doubt that the mem-
Liers ol thai organltatl u would
i.ml  thai   they  Would save  a     irreat
!denl ol money i>u their expense    ar-
rounti     nnl consequently   reap   far
• i   profits.     Properly handled   I
believe  tbat hens should  pay nt  loaafr
'\i ea'ti pel  annum.— NeUuu News, WfibKESDAT, MAT   . :9U.
THE   M^.IL-HZEIEkAJlIX   REVELSTOKE
PUBLISHED  WEDNESDAY  AND
SATORDA)   AT
REVELSTOKE. B.   C.
jntectot pubUsblitfl flompans,
Limited
I
ADVBRTISING KATES.
Legal nutlets lu cents per lino lirst
insertion, 5 emits per lino each
subseu'-ient Insertion. Measurements Nonparle) U- lines make
oue inch.' Store and general
business announcements %2.M pel
inch per uiuntli. Preferred positions, 21 per eeut. additional.
Births, Marriages aud Deaths, Out
each insertion.
Laud uutk-es $7.00. All advertisements subject to the approval ol
the management. Wanted aud
Condensed Advertisements : —
Agents Wanted, Help Wanted, Sit
uations wanted, Situations Vacant, Teachers Wanted, Mechanics
Wanted, 25 words or less, 25c,
each additional line 10 cents.
Changes il standing advertisements must be in by 9 a. m.
Tuesday and Friday ot each week
tu  secure  good  display.
CORRESPONDENCE invited ou matters ol public interest. Communications to Editor must be
accompanied by name ol writer
not necessarily ior publication,
but aa evidence of good faith.
Correspondence  should  be  brief.
SUBSCRIPTION  RATES
Including  postage  to  England,   United States and Canada.
Ry the year i through postotliccj $2.5<
JOB PRINTING promptly executor
at reasonable rates.
TERMS—Cash. Subscriptions payable in advance.
(ibe riDaiUiDenuo
INSURANCE
with
us you
of   the
If you insure
insure   with   some
oldest  and   strongest companies in the world.
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
Insurance of All Kinds
volition.
Heaven     nii'y
city  ever  needed
is     right      now
clouds at the    i
a
knows that if this
watering cart it
rhe dust Hies in
wish of a woman's
skirts, while the roll -if a wagon literally obscures the vision. All this
time the sand is getting deeper
deeper and the dust much harjder
allay, and they do tell us that somt
times there is a scarcity ol Water
the city. Will the cart or the water
amine get here lirst?
Surely some extra effort should bc
get the cart here right
The money to pay for it. is
and  street   sprinkling   is  need-
SWISS
iCKV MOUNTAINS
m*l
to
m
made  to
away.
rca
WEDNESDAY,  MAV       "Ul.
Petitions are being circulated this
week to change the location ol the
new court house from the present lo
cation decided upon to u more eou-
vtn.ent one closei to the centre ol
tbe city. These arc being largely
signed, .md It Is apparently the eon
census * opinion that from a business standpoint there eould be a
better location than tbe one which
the government has in its all seeing
wisdom,  selected.
From a scenic point ol view
doubt there could not have beta
better cbouv than tbe one
upon, but from a business
point the locution
ing the very best that eould be -selected, In the summer it is a nice
little walk all right, but in the winter at t.mcs. ,t is must inaccessible.
This apparently ,s the argument Ior
a ehang"-, but whether thi.- will he
sufficient to induce the government
at this stage ol the game tu considei
a protest is doubtful.
C.P.R. to Establish Community
Mountain Guides Will Make
it Their Home
■*•>*. The cottages, half tt dozen to start
with, will naturally he distinctively
Swiss in architectural design, construction and surroundings; in fact,
tbey will breathe the Swiss atmosphere. Iu the rich alluvial soil tho
dwellers will find opportunities for
gardening In the small individual
holdings which are attached to the
cottages and these will contribute ma
terinlly towards the upkeep of tha
household, and doubtless will eventually expand into sources of supply
for the profitable local market.
The Columbia river, which Hows
from Lake Windermere, nn.l the other mother lakes about one hundred
miles south of Golden, is one of the
most tortuous waterways in tlie
world. Its course is northwest to a
point past Golden called Boat Encampment, where it makes what is
ailed tho Big Bend, and turns south
UKnin crossing under lhe C.P.R. track
at Revolstoke, the railway having cut
icroBs the mountain range to meet
it. From here.it Hows on into Arrow Lakes, and Into United States
territory, finally emptying itself into
the I'acilic ocean in Oregon, nearly
2000 milos distant, by its meander-
ings from its source. Between Golden and Windermere there arc splendid roads, now much used by motors,
and these will be extended to Banff
and Calgary on the main line ot the
C.P.R., and to Fort Steele and the
Crow's Nest I'ass branch ol the railway on the south.
^
A  glimpse
set Hints       is
Swiss
people
Ameri-
ot Swiss life  in
to  be given  thc
who live on this continent of
ra  without  iheir having to cross thc
'Atlantic to obtain it.     It  is not in-
Will   ihere   be  anything  doing  lure  tended to remove the little European
in Coronation Day?     The day      has  republic  bodily     irom     where it is,
em   proclaimed   a      public    holiday,   lhough     room     jn plenty coh|(1     |)(,
bough to what purpose hns not, yet           ,     ,                                              ,
. .                                      , found      tor     n    score    or      more of
neen  hinted  at  in   the  proclamation. ,
,    .          ,                    , .      Swiuei -lauds in tbe l iiiuidifin Rockies
Is it  to  bc u  day of sports m the                                            ...
,,   .,         , ,   but  a  typical  Swiss  village  is to be
nv   or   will   there   be  some  sort of               ,     ,
, ,,     eieuted   that  will   give   visitors        to
.'I'lehiation   in   cominenioi al ion of   the     , ,    , , ,
that   wonderful  sea  of mountains      a
-•rowning  of  a  new  sovereign.'      Per- , ,    ,
very  coiiiprehmsivo idea of the home,
.laps it  is rather early  yet to    begin   ...... ,   ., ,    ,.
", . the  habits  and  the customs    of    thc
preparations  for  anv  Parade or cere-  , , ..
hardy  mountaineers from  across    the
mony  but  we. merely  mention        the
matter  in  oi der  to  lind out if     anv ^^^
I    The corps ol
person or bodv of persons lms    any ,,
annually
METHODISTS   A HE   HOUSED.
t.iii.
a
decided
stand
doubtful as be-
Excuse us Ioi again harping ou the
subject ol a city beautiful, but every
man has h;s bobby and this is     ap-
rently     ours.        Paint is a   cheap
commodity,     anl if it is not asking
: ,*     much     ol    the ■ Ity council we
r. ght      .-  Sgest  a  liberal     coat     ol
paint to the hydrants throughout the  city.     They might  look  bet
1.1   .:  •: ej   wen   '• *.*.■•* I out  in       «
:  scenery     fur       the
mer,   an!   if  perchance  the     city
.   .        tan .  .t the city light
teli grai h and telephone p. ti -.
«ttei   lor the       tame
treatment.      It   would  enhance      the
;an**e  ol  tbe streets  by a1 '
: It)  per rent.
On  the •' i -• day ol April tbi
i •   at   tbe  city  hall        ati 1
an n. w wat. ring i
•   .■.„-      repoi ted.      But    a  whi le
and th * i Itizena
ng  to a.-t'ime  th    attitude
■ man  '■   m  Ulsso    . and want
c   shi wu."      Viaa  ,t  an      April
Poo '   I      i '      ouncll was
■ ru* • tht m ui  nol'     At tbi
nm.       •  • a., ■    •  was ui" rt.d
thai purported
, i . n Ca .*■  -.   wb<;ie
■■• • id   b     owing   to
thc numei tba!   city   and
■ of tbe cart 11
•d then        Now      it.
Soul     t ta       *];*  moi *   than n »eeli
at tBi   n    ' •     tet a '«■"' fri m Ual
gary ted oul   'h.r
fart  n   Acch. ..i  so agi then we
wen   • ' i the mai bine *".is in Wlnni-
ti a l ol Colgary, In lai
• : city lathers tpl '• us that he
had "i It n that i Ity ''»'' ll be
■ art has wandered still
thi n ■' tu eg and
will si tn me come In now and kind
ly tell -i* •  habitat is Toron   '
Uoi '*' al or i ■* '*. Halifax,     Th ■
 ■* rollei  i a   already reach
.'•'•:     I'      - , i I,   I mt,,        so !
that   ;f the watering carl  is In Winnipeg   in:        *  legitimate eflori   I
m ..til   here  n<     nine,
the ,,n'.y    .,   umptlon   that    can be thtnktng
mad.' IS lh it 11   .- lieing led to Uev
elsli i   tbe  prairies  nnd  moun- mid
Perhai      omi    lay  it     mny turea as
idea at all ns to the nature of a coronation ceremonial. At least one
thing .■■hould be done oil that
day, and 111tii Is to decorate every
public building with tbe good old
Union .lack and possibly tbe royal
colors. Perhaps some general service could be conducted In some public building or theatre in commemoration of the event. Public spirited
loyalists should at least begin to
think  the matter over.
To boost is said to be one ot the
principal characteristics ol Westerners
If it snows m June it is generally
conceded by the citizens of Western
Canada that the snow is just what
the crops needed, If it freezes th<
citizens put ,*n a most optimistic air
and still assume that :t wont do any
harm anyway. If nol Carried too
far this boosting spirit is a good
characteristic to possess. Calgary
boosts its municipally owned street
railway for a fair, and it gets a
■vhole lot of free advertising Irom
this boosting, but does Revelstoke
boost as much as sac should. Wh
er our power plain  Is anything       to
i st   about  Newman  only     kn iws,
and h,* wont  tt* l.  bul  any *
IS  well  on   to $125,000  and  we Bh
let  people know it  exists.
People &otag by ..n tbe trams both
eust and west bound look out of tb
windows of the day   ***,.. the
sleeper at  the  dam     with  the  water
rushing over  its crest and admii
no doubt,   but  tl i   what in
ihe world it is all about
pretty, but what In the w i Id    is    it
tl:.*y  Wonder'
if. after Newmai    el it       he
wants,  there n     left.
out .•! lithe    (51    tbe    •■
tor finishing tbe plant   would it not
Toronto, May 2.— Thc Methodists
arc aroused over the "Ne Temcre"
decree of the Roman Catholic church,
and the matter will be taken up by
every Methodist conference from British Columbia to Newfoundland, at
their meetings in May and June. Between 4C- aud jn representative men
of the Dominion of Canada and Methodism have been appointed a committee to follow up the resolutions
asking  for   government   intervention.
Swiss guides who are
brought over by thc Canadian I'acilic Hallway Company to assist, mountain climbers In their ascents are to he furnished permanent
homes by the railway compauy in a
piu't of the Rockies that will suit
their native characteristics and al-
ford them, during the months ol otherwise comparative Idleness, ample
opportunities for further development
of strenuous outside athletic sports.
It will give them and their families
a new home in this new land, and
while commencing on an unpretentious Boale, will doubtless develop into
a large settlement, peopled by a hardy class of self-reliant adventurous
men who know the ways to summits
of untrod peaks as the average man
knows the highways and byways 0f
Ills own city. It will add to the
plcturesquenestj ol the surroundings,
ar..!  furnish  a pleasing and  interest -
ing sighl   to that  great  brotherb 1
tourists who are continually pass-
in,-  through  the  moutains  on  Canada's  pioneer   transcontinental    road.
It will be ,i deveh pmenl    if great interest Mb ol the new  Suit
,'crlnnl in Canada.
The  site  which ha- — n for
inada,
■   the 1
*
line * ■   i. i
ar.d   • ig
ne        ad-
oiadian
■
A:A    tb- Columbia
■
reach tit
■
-
• t
Fire Alarm Boxes
Signals are given thus: 2 strji«h,
nterval 5 seconds—I strokes, Bos
•"4.     No. of box will ulso bo   shown
n indicator at Fire Hall.
FIUB BRIGADE NO. TWO.
Box No. 14—Corner First street
aud McKenzie avenue, 0. B. Hume
& Co.
Box  No.   15—Coruer  First      street
nd  Rokeby  avenue,  post office.
Box No. 16—Corner Second street
and  Government  Koad  and       Opera
Icuse.
Box No. 17—Corner Third street
a I Campbell avenue, Globe Lum
e.r company.
Box No. 18—C.P.R.  station.
Box No. 24—Coruer Fifth street
nd McKenzie avenue, Cnthoiit
hurch.
Box No. 25—Corner Sixth b'.iect
nd Orton avenue, W. A. Foote.
Box No. 2li—Corner Fourth street
nd Townley street, corner south
rack.
Box No. 28—Coruer Second strcjt
nd Robson avenue, Mrs. Baker.
Box No. 34—Firo Hall No. 2.
Box  No.  35—Hospital.
Box No.  liG—School.
FIRE  BRIGADE  NO.  ONE.
Box No. 44—Fire Hall No. 1.
Box No. 45—Front street west,
ear C.  P. H.  bridge.
Box No. 46—Corner King and
louglas 6trteta, Palace Meat Market.
Box No. 47—Corner Second and
Vales  streets,  back  ot  court house.
Box No. 48—Corner Third and
1'has.  streets.  Cowan block.
Signal   for  practice—not  less   ti.an
lx  (6) slow strokes.
One   ili   indicates line brat in       or
re out.
be a good . li*a '* it tbe
front "f the L'atc bouse t.* let people
m   passing     know     that  Revelst
owns tbe dam and thai   '    ■ ■***'     a
ite entei pi Ise.     And wi
uod advertising i
trie sign pei
light tbat
:     people.
■ rely
■    :      I
• ■
nighl light
opinions   from i li
a th
There  icemi  '■   ■■■■ an lm linal
,,*. a   attenti .
...      •        ■ the
* nt  -in i  Hon   fi ant  I il iver,  be
cause it Is tbou b *
* hatched In animosil y   l1 dot n I
anj      inference     who ten ■ the
lory, if it is „ real one.     if   there
m ti iui ••', fMl mmi i,mc counted
• b ■ i pie know aboul  ll
, ni :  ai ■ *  ' ..ns,  wh..     is
, !fL.ii   i*   *     oil' .*i  that be Is      too
Tbi
good to tell where be ."•• M '
Mail Herald bas no donbl In the
world thai ,!" i too Httle regai !
for thr* value of money. There al
ways Is v,h"n a gn  irnmenl  Is    left.
ill   poWOI   a   few   terms,      They   i-et   l.o
iii ii  ilu    country is tin-n
own,   to      have   and   to  hold   forever,
they  do nol  check  llir* expendi
ui.fully and  minutely     a"
,i\'\<eai   in the SUmtnll  ol ilie Helkirks   good business requires,      But     It    le
•iai roll Into 'he city ol its      own  reported Mr. Oliver will explain.
-
tricl
sma*'
Irom     thi    Ich thills      Tbe    ■»
outh a
haunt *n I  lx*ar;  tbe  Colum*
high
ll
■
,    i,*.*
■
the che
'.
..nn      In  tbe ■
moun
...
■
.   : ■ fig and
         I •    *n ;
*
I
K irthe
m d,     which
• ' ■ n    to the ■
ll in*** I
The        ■ be    tilled
"ivi . * tit. bridal flower of the
uu i II   location is on a   pie
ii*iiii    winch ri km   i wo hundred    '* el
*ri  the bottom land    and     ifltWn
nu il. ill in ti-d       VlOW     nl      lbe   In.
Irani I in*   ip   '        .,   ...     i   .* i tin,*
rjuo  nne      Thi   platoaii  and  the liill
le   are dotted with slumps ol pop
lar, win, c light-greenish Icbvch pleas
lingiy contrast with tbe darker shads
of fir and spruce,  these combining to
torn an    uuu*u,iiiiv     pretty picture.
C.P.H. Timetable
WB8TB0UND.
No.   1.   ni rives     6.45  a.m.,  d parts
a m.
6 K   ',' m ,   departs,
T 16 p.m.
BASTBOUKD.
es 12:30 midnight.      deans        *       Milnight.
Ives ! 4'i a.m., d
1:05 a. m,
;. a es Revelatoke at 'J
•   in IE p.m.
COMING EVENTS
•
• *■
- •   ■
MARKET PTIITIONS
.
p •
ei lbs.
*■
pei  loo lbs,
BUILD UP
REVELSTOKE
i*
!  •
|2 00
'
■	
|1.»0 to U
■ ir
WAI    !  e.l l
I,III      fui l"M
No children
.ni
ii
house
i,    \
Shiloh's Cute
null Uiv   Hopfl f 'MtrJIif •   run
In* llir mil nud lnod*.       •   ■
'L^mrn^
' V~"-*V"""^'"    "i        .%*    L-.-^-ii-v A1UJ
•■**. *iis. -"r    — .-"-"/i '■'Jv^** r
llpf
Patronize
Local Industry!
YOUR
cTWAIL-HERALD has new
type and printing machinery.  Our
stock tf   printing  papers is large
and  well selected.
WE PRINT
Letterheads - Billheads - Cards
oMenus - Envelopes - Programs
Books and Booklets - Loose Leaf
cAccount Forms      Ball  Programs
Wedding Stationery
Cards - Lumber Forms
Memoriam
Tags, Etc.
THE INTERIOR
PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Agents ft r the famous
EMPIRE TYPEWRITER
$60.00 Cash WEDNESDAY, MAY 6, 1911.
THE  r^JLIL-HErR-.A-ILIX   REVELSTOKE
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
HAVE  INSTALLED  IN  THEIR  VAULT  A   NEST  OF
SAFETY  DEPOSIT BOXES
IF YOU HAVE  ANY
TITLE DEEDS. MORTGAGES. INSURANCE POLICIES,
OR OTHER VALUABLES
THEY SHOULD BE LODGED IN ONE OF THESE BOXES
171
FOR   FURTHER   INFORMATION   APPLY  TO
REVELSTOhE* BRANCH- F   Nl.  GIBSON, NGR
LOGGERS'   BOOTS
The Famous Leckie Loggers' Hoots and our own
make always in steels. See our Pack Straps and
Pack Sacks.
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
Boot and Shoe Repairers,
Saddlers
Harness Makers
THE MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED  1855
Capital Paid Up $4,000,000
Reserve Fund    - -    $4 400,000
lias 77 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in all the Principal Cities of the World.
A GENERAL  BANKINQ  BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS     BANK   DEPARTMENT
At all Branohes.    Interest allowed at highest current rate
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, VV. H. PRATT Manager.
Under New Management.
Wm. Boyd, Proprietor
Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
The Orcalt'st Health Resort on thc Continent
Natural Hot Water, 1J4 Degree ol Ilea
Natural Hot Water in Baths.   O       All Year
Rates from $12 to $15 Fer Week
r
Have you smoked the
BALED HAVANA
If not you surely
never tried them at
McKinnon's Cigar Store
ASK THE DRIVER
Kvii j 11 dy knows Iiim. lu* will
till yi ii lhal the  whiskeys (rears
idling are the best. Cull mul hu
convinced. No household should
I.i' without a supply of mii Hsr-
tey's Special Scotch Whiskey; our
Frapln Liqueur Brandy, guaranteed
80 j cm h old or Blaokberry Brandy
I'm* Medicinal purposee. Our stoi k
of choice Winn md Liquors of all
kinds mi' UOeiCfllid.      Kohl hy all
Hu* leading bo tell, or telephone
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.. Ltd.
Importers ard Dealers In Furo Wines, Liquors, Cigars snd Cigarettss
NOTICE.
Notice   Ik   hereby   given      Unit      all
hnck yards nnd laneK must  he clcaiu-'l
up according to the provisions of the
Bylaw within thirty ilny« from      the
dnte below.    Alter .the expiration ol
that time It will  lie duty  to proceed
KiiniiniH'liy     to   Convict   thoHc   persons
upon whose premises nuisances sxlst,
First imt mention „f this  published
thin 8th dny ol April, 1911.
BANITAItY  INSPECTOR,
Shi/ohb Cure
aim Liv stop* eoiiRlm.  mr.-.. „i,i ...  i,,.,i„
ie Uurost end lunsa. •   ■   ■  a Ccqi»
COMPANIES ACT.
Take notice that "Kincaid & And-
arson, Linlted" after the expiration
ol one month Irom the lirst puhllra-
tinn nl Uiih notice to apply to the
Registrar ol Joint .stork Companies
to change the Company's name to
"Golden General  Agencies,  Limited."
Hiiir,i „t   Revelstoke, B. c,    this
Hat  day (^1 April, l'Jll.
Ilaivi'v.   MeCarter  &  Pinkham
BoliCitorS  for  Kincnid      and
Vi*. l'i   ..ii.      l.iiiiit   .1
BpOaklng al Stonewall, Mnn., lion.
Robert Rogers condemned tbo reel -
prucity pact,
THE   BIG
L BALE OF F
IS   NOW   ON
E
R. HOWSON & COMPANY
REVELSTOKE,   B. C.
■»y%^^^%%^»^'V-%'%^^-%*'%*V%*'>V*%*%.*%'^^*'*-V'%»-%^'%'>»^%-%^\»
WORLD NEWS IN PARAGRAPH
A Symposium of What is Happening in
All Parts of the World
t
Bnlarifed
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
pioved.     First-ClaBs in every renpoct.     All modern convenionepi
Large Sample Kooiub.
Special Weekly Rates
RaUa $2.00 per day
Revelstoke. B.C.
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably   furnished   with   the  choicest the
market affords.     Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
J.    ALBEET     STONE      JPRO-P
Lumb
umDermen
It will pay you to  s
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -   Revelstoke, B. C.
before buying yonr outfit of working clothes
for the hush. I make a
specialty of Logging
Shoes, Pants, Sox, Shirts
Blankets and everything
required inyour business.
For Sale
26 foot Lot nnd  House, Thiid Street
$l(l.ii.
Three Lots on Second Street, near the
new Post Office, $121X1.
House and Lot near Y.M.C.A., $8160.
Two   loin  aril   House Third   Street,
92000.
House and Lot, Kirst Street, ne.IT the |
new Post Ofllce, $2100.
.55 feet on Sixth Street, $71 0.
50 feet on Victoria Hoad. $560,
12 Room Ili'ii>L*, Second Street, 50 foot
lot. S1..00.
And nl ber lirst c'us-t values.
Call and Investigate
W. B. Robertson
Great Weil Permanent Loan
Company Agency
E.   G.    BURRIDGt
Tinsmith Repairs, Hot Air, Pipe
and Furnace work
-WORK   8HOP—
Connaught Ave.   -   Revelstoke
NOTICE   TO    CREDITORS
In the Matter of the Estate ol
Thomas McMahon, deceased:
Notico in hereby given that all
creditors and others having claims
against thc Estate ot Thomas McMahon, late of Revelstoke, 13. C, deceased, who died at Itevelstoke on or
about the lCth day of November, 1910
are requested to send to the undersigned Solicitors for Donald Mcintosh, Executor of the last will of
said deceased, within GO* days from
date, full particulars of their claims,
duly verified, and that after that
date the Baid Executor will proceed
to distribute the said estate amongst
those entitled thereto, regard being
had only to those claims ot which
said Executor shall have then received notice.
HARVEY,   McCARTER  & PINKHAM
Solicitors of Donald Mcintosh,
Executor of the Last Will
Deceased.
A scene in the "Pagoani of Empire" at the coronation which represented the defeat of the Americans
by Canada in 1$12 lms been eliminat- farm
ed out of courtesy to the United
States.
Thomas John-ton, „ pioneer settler
if the Boissevain district, met with a
fatal   accident     on a    Saskatchewan
liilowus  will not be  hanged as Earl
Grey announced to a Winnipeg delegation that he had granted a commutation of the death sentence.
New Zealand will make- a strong
light at the imperial conference for
an imperial council with representatives from all Parts ol the empire.
Detective Burns hns been placed
under arrest ihirgnl with complicity
in the alleged kidnapping of J. .1.
McNamai'a  at  Indianapolis.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke  Land  District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that Clarence H.
Schock, ol Mount Joy, fa., occupation coal merchant, intends t*0 apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands:*—
Commencing at a post planted    2*0
TIME TO PLACE YOUR ORDER'chttin< sollth of the south Cast corn"
er of lot    7635;     thence   north      80
chains,  thence east 40 chains,    more
Let me paint vour  house  right.    I   tlo 1or le8s to th<- lino of     lhe      Arrow
Imt   first-class  work.    Quality [Lakes    Lumber      Company's    timber
'  hest; limit 43212,  theuce south 60      chains
thence west 20 ohaius,  thence    south
20    chains,    thonce     west 20  chains,
more or leBs to plaee of    commencement.
Dated March 24th,  1911.
CLARENCE H.  SCHOCK.
Ed.  McGaghrun,  Agent.
FOR SPRING  PAINT.NG
Fruit Lands
FOR SALE
(iilena Hay land" in psreels of
10 or 20 flcrei< or en bloc. Correspondence invin il.
John Shaw. Agent.
Box 616 Arrowhead
John Lee
DRY GOODS
Manufacturer of  Ladies'
Underwear
Ladies Suits Made to Order
Fit Guaranteed
All kinds of Silk, Gingham,
Muslin,   and   Fancy
things kept in stock
Prices Reasonable r 0 Boi 200
Front St   Lower Town, Revelstoko
me
nothing
considered my price is lo
materials   used   and   work   done   when
promised.     Try   me  on  your   Interior
decorating.    My   work is  guaranteed to
please. ,
SIGNS I cun furnish you with any
kind you want. Class, brass, tin, cloth
or wood.   Get my prices.
Carriage and Wagon Painting at my
shop in alley hack of li. J. Bourne's
Store, hirst Street.
R. Z. CRAWFORD
Residence Cor. 3rd St. and Robson at'
Pacific Coast
Tested Seeds
Arriving daily our new and
fresh stork of Seeds, grown
under contract hy the best
glowers in all parts of lbe
World, Seeds (Iml will give
you the hest results, One llinl
will convince you. Also a full
I'ne nf garden r qulsltes, Im-
pl. infillh of all kind-; Hoc
Hupplle", Sprayers,Spiny, and
a I'n I line of thick Feeds and
Conkcv s remedies. Press the
button, ive » ill do the rest.
H. J. Henry Nurseries
3011 Westminster Road
A. R. McDougall,    -   Manager
Vancouver. H. C.
H. B. STONEX
Practical..
Machinist
Repairs of all  kind-  neatly done
Bicycle ami Onn work tipsolalty
KkIiuiaics given on nny class
of work
Front       Street.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke  Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that the Arrow Lakes
Lumber Company, Limited, intend to
apply to the Minister of Lamia for
permission to lease the following described lands.
Commencing at a post planted on
the shore line of Upper Arrow Lake,
at a point about 737.2 feet easterly
from the South East corner of Lot
3S4, Group One, Kootenay District,
nnd marked "Arrow Lakes Lumber
Company Limited North East Corner
Post". Thence south into the waters of Upper Arrow Lake a distance
of 2H0 feet, thence westerly and parallel to the shore-line ot the said lake
a distance ol ahout 3133.2 feet to a
point 200 feet South from a Point
on the shore ol said lake which Is
3133.2 feet westerly from tho southeast coi nei of said Lot 384; thence
north 200 feet to the shore line u ol
said lake, thence easterly along the
shore of said lake 3133.2 feet more or
loss to the point of commencenunt
17 ncrcs more or less.
Dated April 22nd, 1911.
Arrow LakcB Lumber
Company Limited.
Ed. McGaghran, Agent.
The Conservative at Ottawa will
hold a caucus to deckle what course
to pursue in connection with the reciprocity debate.
Republicans at Washington made n
sharp attack i n the free list bill,
characterising it as "political soothing syrup."
The Winnipeg police raided five
Chinese stores on King street and
Alexander avenue, seiziig fifteen dray
loads of liquor.
Tbo ratepayers of Lethbridge on
May 15, will vote on bylaws authorizing an expenditure of nearly half a
million.
Sensational evidm'o was gives at
Springfield, 111., in connection with
ihe Inquiry into the election of Senator Lorimer.
The dead body of a newborn male
infant was found i n.ler the overhead
bridge   at   Salter  street,   Winnipeg.
The Grain bill was before thc Canadian senate. The debate will be resume.:! on Thursday.
Tha bodies of fourteen of the victims of a mine explosion nt Elk
Gardn,  Va.,  hnve  been  recovered.
Winnipeg Street Railway shares
advanced Bharply , n the Montreal
and Toronto stock exchanges.
Church authorities lomplain of conditions in Quebec following thc decision in thc Hcbert case.
Murdock, the Jarvis, Ont. lawyer,
who absconded has been sentenced to
six years In the penitentiary.
His Excellency Earl Grey has accepted the post of honorary patron
of the Veteran's Brigade.
A breach of promise case lost by
the defendant in the lower court is
now in thc court of appeal at Winnipeg.
A  mill   to  manufacture  yarn    from
flax  will  be  established   in   Winn ]K>g.
The New Westminster lacrosse team
trip to Montreal bas been callrd off.
The    Canadian  banKS  loaned  freely
during March.
Three miners Were killed in
slide in Alaska.
a snow
UNION HOTEL
AKKO V11KA1I, II. 0.
special Attention given Ic oomtnerolal
men .iml tourists. Plrst-elaas naiiipli
rooms. KiiipkI scenery in hrilish Columbia, overlook ng Upper Arrow Lake.
W. J. Lightburne, Prop
CEMENT BLOCKS
Mannfictnrtd for th n»*»•■• ttt   Imi! 1ii.ri
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE CLAY AND FIRE BRICK
y,,r «-|* fn |*fM "T «mn|l ■|',*riH,i«1
Rt I ti - li.Wi'    jf . fii-   fill DM   ll
All klbd i nf > N I Hi i M id i' uttrlng
ni ilnr nknu
Foote & Pradolini.
REVELSTOKE
ST. ANN'S   ACADEMY
KAMLOOPS, B. C.
Affords nimeriur Mluraiionnl ftdvnn*
tntfcH, iiiimis.inif new brick buildinif,
modern pquipmentj extrnslvegTOuntfa
("lasses graded In (iccorclnnc? wiih iln-
tchoiiN  ihroughotii    Mill   Provinces
l ouiplrlr Mtisirainl An I V|Kir1mi'iils.
Hppclnl course! In Shorihwidi Typ««
writ Ing nnd Book-keeping Particular
attention given lo refinement ol nttn-
hits and correct English.
I I It Ms   Mi MM K \ IK
Por ProBpeotuB. Address Tho Ao demy.
ShiM$ Cure
MIRACULOUS RESULTS
IN DUNVEGAN, CB.
GIN  PILLS Brought Relief
"I suffered untold misery sven when
under trestuient from lbs i«"-t doctors
lor over ten mouths, nml nothing seemed
to ihi nn- any pood or rclirvcniv painful
(Oiulition.    My truulilc was Inllaiiima-
tiou of Kidneys snd Bladder,
I finally determined to go to tbe Victoria
llospit.il, Halifax ,lnr trcatnn nt.
Two days, however, hefore mv Intending departure, s neighbor railed and
happening to have a CIN II 1.1, in
his |Kicket, Insisted on my taking it.    I
did so and six I ra after taking It, the
results  and   bene6lS   I   derived   were
simply nothiii); more or less than miraculous, Instead of going to the hospital,
I sent for a Ikiic of C,1N PILLS with the
result that I am a cured mnn. I recommend r.iN PILLS to everyone suffering
from Kidney Trouble. '
Lhwis MacPiihusom.
Take GIN I'lI.I.S on our positive
guarantee that they will cure you or
money promptly refunded, 50c. a box
—i tor Jj..1*,"—sent on receipt of price
If your dealer docs ii"t haudls GIN
PILLS. Sample box free if you write
u>. National Drug and Chemical Co.,
Dept W.,    Toronto. u
The proposals of the federal govern
meot in Australia to widen the powers of the commi nwealth. to lie followed by the nationalization of important industries, were badly defeated as u result ot a referendum.
The report of the Manitoba technical training and industrial education
commission, now ready, shows the
system followed in many eastern cities viuitcd by the commission.
The dispute between the federal and
Uritish Columbia governments retard
ing Indian lands in Uritish Columbia
may Iw taken to the Courts for a
ruling.
An important lull regarding copyright was before the house of commons at Ottawa. The Indian a't Is
also being am««ded.
.lames Caddegan has hcen arrested
at Los Augcies charged with victimising a North llnkota man out ol
«,ri,0(i<i by sellinn bim two ",*oid
bricks."
John nnd James III N'anigra an.l
Ortle McHaaigal, arrested In connection with tbe Los Angeles Tunes explosion, have reached Los Angeles.
The cases against the the Ch nese
merchants accused ol selling li-quor in
Winnipeg without liccn»e, ar.* re
nin tided.
The Winnipeg .Motor Trades aSSOCia
tion has Voted to support  the auto -
mobile »how in connection with   th"
in lustrial exhibition.
The Conservative p.ity at Ottawa,
at a oaunus held, decided to continue
the light m-n ut the reciprocity |g
reement.
Uetter progress is lieing made with
the veto bill in tha British house ol
commons  than  Was anticipated.
The situation in Morocco is still
serious, and the garrison at Fez is
enduring privations.
Preparations aie well under way at
Manitoba Agricultural college tor the
outside work.
The Canadian Pacilic railway crop
report -hows seeding to he progreBs-
in>;   favorably.
The sales ol Winnipeg real estate
so far this sea-jun arc far iu excess ot
last year.
Mining nun ol Spokane want Canada to purchase Alaska.
Thc dairymen supplying milk to
Winnipeg citizens appeared before the
civic health committee and urged tho
provision of compensation for any
cows that mny be destroyed as diseased.
Speaking before thc American
Newspaper association and the convention of the Associated Press, Pros-
dent Taft made ft strong plea for tho
reciprocity agreement with Canada-
There was a lively discussion in the
bouse of commons on the reports of
the committee that dealt with the
Lianctot charges. The debate consumed the whole of the night.
The Grain bill Was debated in tho
Canadian sinnte, but no decision was
reached. Senator Young, of Killar-
ncy.  Man.,  adjourning the debate.
The coal miners and operators held
a conference at Lethbridge Thursday,
but failed to come to an agreement,
and the inquiry will proceed.
Tbe police have made several raids
in Winnipeg in an attempt to locato
the headquarters ol a gang ol counterfeiters.
The contract for thc C.T.P. conch
shops at Tiansconn, totalling nearly
a quarter ol a million have been let.
As a result of drinking formaline in
mistake tor water. -Gaven Jameson
is dead at tju'AppeUe.
France has been notified by tho
powers that she must protect tho
lives of foreigners at Fez.
Newsy Lalonde who is to play with
Vancouver is the highest paid lacrosse
man in Canada.
A practical test of church union is
to be made at Summerberry, B. C,
this  year.
Lee Lang, a Ch.naman, living in
Winnipeg is to wed an American girl.
Yorkton's municipal electric light
plant is nearly ready I0r business.
Mrs. Harvey Kdward-, of IU,seisle,
died very suddenly.
The supply of married men an I
women among the new settlers is not
sntlicient to  -upply  the demand.
A severe earthquake shock at Murom, Spain, shattered many houses,
Iml   n.i lives wire lost.
The German steamer Sylvia, from
Boston and Baltimore for Hamburg,
arrived in tbe Solent with her cargo
on tire.
Cardinal Destderatus Mercier, Arch-
blshop ni Malinas, was nearly killed
near Waterloo, Belgium, when his auto swerved and dasbcd into a troo.
The  Rev. Gonzalez  Kstrada,  Bishop
>f Havana, has Issued a pastoral letter     condemning the so-Called harem
skirt as immoral  and  un-f-hristlan.
The corporation of Dublin adopted
a resolution to send tho Lord Mayor
and a deputation to present a petition at the bar of the House ,,[ Commons in favor oi u woman suffrage
bill.
Tbc corporation of Dublin by forty-
two votes to nine, decided to "pro-
oeed wnh the next luisincss" when a
resolution proposing a royal address
on tbc occasion ol King Oeorge's BP-
proacblng visit was Introduced at a
meeting.
Patrolman J. J. UcOuire was shot
and probably (atally wounded whil"
attempting to stop n "g^ between
union  labor fnctiona over Work  on a
nice building iu Chicago.      A
score ot shots wen- Bred before     tho
lolice disputed the enters.
<im < M»   stnpi roDfJhs,   cures cul.U,
lut Ibronl and lunSs
.  I.. ..ii
■13   ■ ■ nil.
,,,l Hpenking at  I'algarv,      Rev.   Huirli
Wh« you want piano ,„• organ t.un-   MrK„„n, „„„  ,„„ ^^   , ™
ng 0    repairing   have It Hon" hy    a'       . ,„„.„ „„ ,   k|      |p ' *
thorough,    practical  mnn of twenty- *|lt ,,,,„,.„,
live years   experienced.     For     terms.
okIi ,1. Bingham, at the Millie Store,      Judge    Jeremiah Travis
Revolstoke. It. ( ol Calgary, is dead.
a piooeor
missing RELATIVES- Information desired n- to the whereabout! ot
Warren     Adam-.     laat  heard ol    on
j March nth, 1110, at Revelatoke,   B.
IC. Information concern,B{ him will
, be thankfully received hy Lii father,
; Mr.  Philip Adams, Tobermoiy.  Ont."
WANTKn Wattreaaea for Rsetaurant.
Applj v. „i-.„ hotel. Laughton ao4
Tapping, Kevelstoke, B, C. Wednesday, may 5, 1.911.
THE ^AIL-HER^LD, REVELSTOKE
^SPORTV
■4*% %*svsv%**ey«>%^.'evsw% -sw-svsvsv% 1% +i\f%i%*>*w%i%/*+ i
FIRST OF  SCHEDULE, lA  competitor  who    trails his leg
Thc flrsl game in thc preliminary foot along sals of nny hurdle
schedule .-! the Y.M.C.A. Senior base
ball league was played Monday even
ing on the Y.M.C.A. grounds between
the* Pirate- aiid ili" Businessmen,
The game was a close one, the Pir -
;*.•  -   Winn ng  *   :t   with   four  runs    to
sh.,11
mont a light in New York some
weeks ago, but Dcliin 11 is not what
lie 1 nee was. Danny Webster of
California, --once looked like the busi
bantam In the World and later was
good lighting around 119 and 120 lbs.
an*I. although now ho can't he classed as a bus been, he's beyond redemption as a first   I'atcr,
Al  Kubiak was touted as a h.'avy-
wcigln   champion
WHISKY HOLDS ITS VICTIMS
Until Released by Wonderful Sa-
t     maria Prescription
I.Iquor sets i'o inflammation and Ir-
rttatlun   of  the  stomach  and   weakens
ilu* mrves.      The steady or periodical I
(spree)  drinker    Is often    forced    to '
drink even asainst I.'.   .'Ill b.v hl» unnatural physic. 1 condition.
Samaria Prescription slops the craving, steadies the nerves, builds up ihe
whin   ho   erncked   general   health  and  mains  drink ac-
,,,.,. tually   distasteful   and   nauseous.       It
be disqualified. out "f the lumber camps of Michigan   ■„  tasteless and odorless, und  can  bu
In jumping, a foul jump shall be •'' •**« years ago, but his lighting has given wither without the knowledge
one where any part of the oompeti - »•'"'' w"» llim any gold medals. All ' Thousands ot Canadla Homes tme
tors foot   is  over tha scratch  line.        '"'  is  now  is "  triu'  horse, although   been saved from misery and disgrace
  hr can   put up a  good third rate ox*
hibitioii.
LUNli   LIFE   WANTED.
their ere lit against  tip* Businessmens      LltUl, i,[,. |B (l| interest to athletes
three.     The line up.
BUSINESSMEN,
li.
11.
E
v.  rley,     ;	
...1
1
Mclntyre,      2b	
.1
1
.
MeCarter 2b	
...0
1
1
1
(
Ni *'• - ime, I.f.  	
...0
1
1
.ha 1,   c	
..0
IJ
Estridge,  ;*.	
...0
II
Mcltae   Jh	
11
u
0
Bati il. r.f	
...0
(
.'•'.  i.ean, cf	
.11
1
POLICE  CONTRIBUTE
"How  to  live   111*0 years  und    then
'ionic,"   by   Dr.   E,   11.   Wnrmuii,      bas;
just     made     its    appearance in tha j    Tho mcmi)(„.,s of tiu,  R.N.W.M.
Po
lice force have jo.n d in a contribution to  the fund of  lhe  Uritish     and
f
1 Spalding Athletic library. The author
1 has given n vast amoi.nt of valuable
o information as to the health iml
It longevity   un.l  makes   interesting  nar-   Foreign   Sailors   Society   in   honor
0 ial ions  in  regard  to longevity.      Tlie   our   Sailor-King's   Coronation.      The
2 German  empire  has  a   population    of   gjfj  ,,; IIV(,,. fmi,  which has been for-
1 over lifty millions, among whicli are Warded to Uev. A. Hnll, Toronto,
1 .'77 people who aie over 100 years old tiiroUgl, Mrs, vevl,y. wl.[0 ,lt u,. Com-
o Prance with its forty millions, has mlssioner, A. B, Perry, C.M.G., of
u 918; Spain, with eighbeon million peo   Regtna,  will be davotcd to the spec-
—   —   — pic.  has   UU over   111;! years  old;   Eng-   ini   purpo30  ,,f      provldng  and   fuin
3     i;     5 1,- n I,   Illi;  Scotland, Hi;  Sweden,     10;   |ahin^ a cabin  in  the new sailors  In
At bat—W irley   I, Mclntyre 1.    Mc- Belgium,  If,   Denmark,  2;   Switzerland   Btltute at   Vancouver to he called the
Carl :  I,     Anderson 1,     New-ome 2, d,,cs not  i oust a single centenarian,   Royal     North    West  .Mounted  Pole
'■'•    rdland -',     bstridgc l,     McRae 2, while Norway with its 2',3OC',0CO     In-  Cabin.
Eaton 2, McLean J.—17. habitants,  has 23,   The United States
i   •    its—Worley  :.  Mclntyre  1,     Mc in   1*890 had over 4,000 persons    over
Carter 1, Andei    a  I.  Woodland      6, ItO years of age.     In Massachusetts
McRae 2—12.                                                , alone   in   tin   years   203    persons  died
Assists—Woodland  1,  Estridge 2.-3 who   had   passed   tho  century     mark.
COLD STORAGE EGGS.
Montreal, April  28.—
Having    experienced    cold Btorag*
eggs,   cold   storage   meats,   cold   stor*
Mulholland.   2
McEachren,
Hang.  lb.  ...
Bi ice,  c.  ...
Calder.   ,*.
Wash,min  3b,
Stout, i.:.    ..
Lee.  r.f	
Palmer,  I.f.  .
PIRATES. Most, amazing figures come from the
R. II. E. Balkan  peninsula.      Servia  hftK    :,7:,•
 2    1     a Roumanla  1,081  and     Bulgaria 3,883  age chickens, and cold storage edible
(J persons over IvO years old.                         products  without limit,   has now  dis
1  ' covered the evil of cold storage Bow
2 GRAY  TO   VISIT CANADA.
1 Tli •  announcement    made    in  these
Many a   hunch  of     high-priced
,  it  now appears though spem-
4
ers
ll columns a week or so ago that. Gray,
u the boy  billiard    wonder is to    visit   '"*-'>  'l'1'*'1 P'**"**.  '"">' "ave hern in
II Canada      in   the   near  future,   accom    Cold  storage  for  live  or six    months.
ii pi ir.ed by  John Roberts, lias creatsd  particularly is this true of     violets,
- great   interest   throughout   the       l)o  i.llu|      m„„y  an  ancient  bunch  picked
.( minion as there ale so  many        Old   . M g  y(Jar agQ  (s  ni)W    ai8poBea „[
At  bat—Mulholland 1,  McEachren 2, Country men win, have sen the    old  () |h, .msophisticutcd purchaser.    In
Haug l. Bun*.   >>, Caldei   1, Washburn veteran  Roberts in his plamy    days,  appearan(.e ti,, coi,i storngc    blooms
2, St..ut 2, Lee      Palmer 2.—IS. make the ivories obey his will. Gray   Hko cold Btorage ef,K,Sp  have nothing
Putouts—Mulholland   4.   Hung       r,, is only IS years 0i age, but. has   at-
Bruce 1. Washburn 2.—15. tinned lame and progressed well     on
Assist—Mulholland   I,  McEachren I the rond to fortune by    specializing.
Haug 1, Bruce .3, Calder  1.—7. I By years of practice he has perfected
The most excitin.- time of the gamo tne kind of     billiard shut to such n
was when McEachren made a     three poinl  that, onco liming obtained his
*    •    ut  anl   tried   to stretch   it      to favorite  position,  he can repeat    tbis
the home plate, he c-oiikln't make th" shot wiih  bewildering accuracy.    Hn
le however, ami after  playing  ta,* method is to tuck the white ball iiw-
with  the  third  -nek   man  and
catcher,  he   got   .1   and   took  the  siih
by same devoted . '.ia, mother
daughter through this wonderful Canadian remedy. Tho money formerly
wasted in drink haa restored happiness, home comforts, education and
respect to the families formerly in
wanl and despair.
Head ihe following, one of the numerous unsolicited testimonials received:
"I  can   never   repay  yuu   for      your
rein«dy.     It   Is   worth   mure   than   llle ,
lo  ma.    My   husband   has   been  offered
liquor   several   times,   but   would      not |
touch  it.    He said It had no charm  lor j
him  now.    .Mny   (Jod's choice  blessings j
ever  rest   on   you,  and   yours,   are   my
prayers  cv.t.    No  one  knows    It    but
those who have triad It.    As soon as I
can   I   will  see  others    that    I     know
would give anything to stop their husbands  from  drink.    1    will  glv.  them
your address.
" Mrs. K , Dewlnton.  Alta."
(Name  withheld  on  request.)
Now, If you know of any family
needing this remedy, tell them about
it. If you have any friend or relative who has formed or is forming
'he drink habit, help him to release
himself from Its awful olutchos. Samaria Prescription Is used by Physicians and Hospitals.
A FREE TRIAL PACKAGE of Samaria Prescription, with booklet, giving full particulars, testimonials, price, \
etc., will be sent absolutely free and
postpaid In plain sealed package to
anyone asking for It and mentioning
this paper. <    Correspondence sacredly
confidential. Write to-day. The Samaria Remedy Co., Dept. 46-4'J, Col-
norne St., Toronto, Oanada. A'so
for Sale hy C. R. Macdonald, Druggist, Revelstoke, B. C.
FOR SALE—Two Teams of Heavy
Horses for sale.-Apply to J. Ker-
nagban, Salmon Arm.
track io tin* bench.
Battel..- Ior Businessmen—Estridge
and Woodland. Pirates—('aider esJ
Bruce. Umpire Patterson. Scorer
Monroe.
The next came will be this after-
at *"• ,*'i*:,*ck between the Corley
House and ihe Businessmen.
NOTHING  DOING  HERE,
Tiie V.MfC.A. will -end baseball anl
lacrosse teams to Bnderby on May
24th.    There  a   big  celebration        has
the ay into some corner where it can
be forgotten, then to manoeuvre the
nd ball into the middle of the table,
just above tbe middle pockets, and
to put the cue ball in, oil the red
into either of lhe side pockets, bringing lh' red ball buck Into the same
position every shot. In the English
name such a stroke counts three mil
to mnke a break of 1,000 by this method it i-, therefore necessary to repeat the stroke more than 33 times.
While the accuracy of the play arouses admiral ion. it becomes monotcn
i,us at tunes, and cannot he compared as a  spectacle to the more  varied
FOR OUT DOOR WORK
IN WET WEATHER
NOTHING    EQUALS
TCfWESs
"AT IT HIRE SIllCE 1900'.'
WU WORK,
WORK TOO.
BmrosmriG vour jiiVirutf
WITH US THEY Will. Mn
4g INTEREST WHICH
WECREPITMOnTIIL'y :
AW MONEYSRETURi,-
dBLE ON DEMflriP
US QUICKLY US THEPMII-S
CAM G/WRy IT.
PEOPLE JUST/15 CAREFUL
AW CAUTIOUS 43
>0UCflnBE,
ARE WEI!- PLM5E0,
m THOROUGHLY
SATISFIED,
WITHTHEWrtViriWHItH
OUR BU5IHESS IS
TR/lNSrttTElWI BUSinCSS
MrtW&eP By PiiCPLE OF
* HIGHEST iriTCGRITX
flPOST/JL.GIVING
YOUR WMB &/IPPRE.S-;
Wl It PROMPTLY BRiriG YOU
PUli- INFORMATION.
..WRITE TOM
SHOULPVOUMVErtNV
FINdfHGIdL BUSINESS in
WIHf>0UVER"Vlf.iniT7,
RENTS TO C0II, EOT,
i1GRERMEI,T5F0R5,1LE»'
MORTMGESTOLW/lfTER
MP COLLECT.
FIRE INSURANCE TO IW
LETUS/ITTEIiDTOrr.
WE ARE PI,Ert5in0
OTHERS WMWBE SURE
TO PLEASE VOU.
(MI WffllillEilv aim
WANTED—Tenders lor slashing fifty
acres ot light timber and bush. For
further particulars apply to J.
Kernag-han, Salmon Arm. Tenders
to bc in hy May 10th.
arranged     Ior,    consisting ol   play of men like Roberts,  st.-v.nii
'  .very kin.I  including rac.s.   nn.l  Dlggle
etc.   v. iih    •   5 to he noped the buys
do u-11 at Bnderby it is to he regret
'   *.-  there has been nothing what-
arranged  in  the  sporting     line
PUGS ON  DOWN PATH,
In  ihe unceasing evolution  ol  time
f     I.     Istoki   on that day.     Tha V.   as applied  to   the activity of al
M.i'.A.  will hold a regular Held dav
rts  * n  the     King's Birthday,
June Jrd.
ATHLETIC   RULES,
Thi     BBc al athletic rules, just puh-
■*i:n-  a'*!  :h '  Changes ill  th*
■' ■■• -      •■ I   Ptl I    at      the  last  annual
.-._•  *•!  te  Amateur  Athletic  i ■
I  :  ■   Unite:  States.
I >w n-■      arc  „   f.**.v   ol      th
i lee
•   pa d rn*
h mself.
* tbe  .-.iiih**'    * ,m
chairman o
' •   ■ .inin.  i..*      ;n      tbi
ames arc I 'hi an
sed     Btatemi nt   ••!  ih   ex|
i a* !  atbleti ,;.*  , ■    ihs
ment must also be Ben
-'"■*■ "' keptton        tbe   Vttell tiaa heen in the
in- a-ai'.
mses of an  athlete
»e Parlor car and i        v,
keen forced      Is
■     lo     "■  il ii , ne most ol
l ieorge I
es the career ol a lighter is n :
long duration as a rule, Tbe tra
and  physic*,.J  exertion  ol  li ng
tests nre a  treat  dram  on   I   e
durance and.  while they are able    t i
stand   it   for   a   reasonable   niirni e
year--, fighters cai n 't lasl  a       :
their profession  as actoi i or
person-      I'.**'   sub ted   I
bird  strain.
'lh *    avi rags careel •     , ;*..*'■ I
al .en   ievi n years—thai    s, t
dghting career.     Many   itall  ai
the -mall town i for a i
length  "[  iimc   boxing  with      ris;n:
I vet
■ * *   purses.     Y"'i may pis
that  when .*,  pug gets ti
be is ".on,*
\   lai ge   numlier of
•
Iiave passed  beyi nd  tha
<     '   .   'I    n
■  ■• Imi     going
returi t   ..*      \,,
if t .ii.*     *        .  .,
he ma '. ■
Mo <. nii st    ■   shall be alio •■   I   I
V lisl ■
, who may
*
, es ib • foil* •
Boei   i ub. Is,     i'a* ■■    li'*s. Ii i    Wattj
Printed      in   Baldwin,     id*'   '•'* -   *      \    Delmoni
Willie Lewi . D  Kid. Mike (Twin)
'"■'•' |siiUlvan   .\: Kubiak, Battllilg Nelson
,s    .i h!'*e shall  be allowi * *    D)ck  s.U(,n   jlmmy Walsh and  Dan
••** bin   ■' any club oi  organlsa    ny w,.|,ster.     There are ;, lew    more
■g'ble t,   repre    .,;„, m.,.>,  ,,\ .,  t„* mentioned,     but
•   -i open competition.
!  in  track     an*!  !*el 1 e • nl
■  re 1    I"   weal    ll   n        ;.
•inn  two lache ■ •>; lie* knees
thi  i     I ng must he clean,
wkksti.im; i■•! '.llem-.k
\r*lnir     Williams,     a  professional
tier uh   has just struck the city
-  t,,  wrestle  any   pel
.: * i*      care ••• take hnu     on.
'dr a  mid ll" weight hut
on any heavyweight provld-
a lh ;|vi ii  01   Will      L'ive
a I      Heap to a lighl      Ighl    •• rei t
' own «slghi   ».1!  he I,,:, ii
iin ■ a etjual  tei mi
I hey an   ii*.t   io  very  well  known
ride *•' ' tl    *■ hamlets.
II.,:*i I nb d? was knocked otlt re
e.*ut]> h) lai * Ibd nond. a 'I -mon
:,,*lii, • *.*. ho ci I t le 'I oy a help
less cripple * th ins lists Redrnon
hit inhoiz i * *• ■ ii tb" tomach, rm I
it: * Hoi-i la) -ii tha lloor nn I groi n
ed weakly, Unholz has bein in III'
i; tic  I'smi:  nearly eight yenrs.
Dave lie: hler Is ;, ■ H nm who wll
nevel go i ny hlj her than he is ni
[11 • .ni. He's still „ good lough
boy, Iiiii ha ha passed the stags
v here   lie   c; n   gel   hlg   iiion.y filz
Muckny ol Ohio, has hei n on the
ilnwn ei ail- lor yeai i nnl I now near
Ing ihe bottom.       lie gave     Al Del-
SEWER CONNECTIONS
KOOTENAY     LODGE, No.  ">6 A. F.
and A. M.
liegular meetings aro held in MASONIC TEMPLE, Oddfellows' Hall
ou the Third Monday in each mouth
at 8 p. m. Vimting brethren are
cordially  welcome
HOBT.  UOftDON,  W.  M.
W. B.  KOBERTSON,  Secretary.
NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS
Property owners in the City
are hereby notified that all
houses must be connected with
tne sewer witnin 60 days from
date.
By order,
B. A. Lawson,
Ap. 12-101. City Clerk.
NOTH'K TO CREDITORS.
Take notice that the store known
as Wing Wo, Kwong Kce, opposite
V.M.OiA., First Btreet, east, has
been taken over by Mike i'at and
Chung Lock, and all claims duo to
undersigned must he presented lor
payment within 3U* days from date ol
this issue.
Bated April 8th, 1911.
CHARLIE KWONG.
WONG DUCK.
NOTICE   TO    CREDITORS.
Re   Estate of    George    Nichols,   Jr.
deceased.
Notice is hereby given that all persons  Uaving   any   ciuiuis   or   deinauas
aga.iiot  tlie  uuovb  deceased,    Uooige
•Mcnols,  Jr.,  late  of Rcvelstouc,    U.
C,  railway  employee,  who died  near
Rogers i'ass,  u.  U,, on or auout Uie
uh day ol March, l'JIU, uie rciiuireu
to send particulars thereoi duly verilied to the undersigned on or beioro
the first day  of may  191.1, aud tnat
uuer sum date 1 will proceed to uis-
tnuute tha said Estate amongst those
entitled thereto regard     being      hud
only  to  those      claims  of  which      X
sliail ibeu huve received notice.
Vv. 1. BRIGGS,
Solicitor,   Revelstoke,  B.  C,  Administrator  with  Will  annexed ol
bstatc of said George Nichols, Jr
NOTICE
Certilicate ol Improvements.
Glad Hand Mineral Claim, situated
in the Trout Lake Mining Bivision ol
West Kootenay District. Where located:—At head of Seven Mile Creek
aud adjoining the Winslow Mineral
Claim.
Take Notice that I, O.B.N. Wilkie,
act.ng as agent lor Bruce White, F.
M.C. B2900D, William Bennett, F. M.
C. BZ5i21, aud Nettie Bavey, F. M.
C. No. li'2'o'oiil, intend sixty days fi'oui
date hereof, to upply to the Mining
Recorder Ior a Certilicate of Improvements, Ior the purpose of obtaining a Crown Gruut of thc auove
claim.
' i a further take notice that action, under section 37, must he commenced hefore the issuance of such
Certilicate of improvements.
Bated Ninth day of March, 1911.
O. B. N.  WILKIE, B.C. L.S.
Trout Lake, B. C.
SELKIRK      LODGE  12.  1.   O.   O. F.
Meets every Thursday evening in
Selkirk Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting
brethren  cordially invited.
K. C. McRAE, N. G.
JAS.  MATHIE,  Becretary.
COURT MT. BEGBIE, No. 3161.
OF I, O. F.
Meets in I. u. o. F. Hall next to
Tapping's Opera Houbb every second
aiid fourth Monday iu month. Visiting brethren cordially  welcomed.
G. W. BELL, C. R.
WM.   S.   CAMERON,   Roc.-Sec.
GOLB RANGE LODGE,      K.  of    P.,
NO.   26,   REVELSTOKE,   B.   O.    '
Meets every   -lUunesday  except   the
Third Wednesday ot ouch mouth     iu
uddiellows'  Hall at 8 o'clock.   ViBit-
ing Knights nro cordially iuvited.
J.  V.  SIMPSON, C. C.
G. ll. BROCK, K.  of R. & S.
M. of F.
C. W. 0. W.
Mountain View Camp,  No.  229.
Meets Sccoud    and     Fourth  Weduee*
dayB    in each month in    Selkirk
Hall.     Visiting  Woodmen are
cordially invited to attend
H.  W. EDWARDS, Con. Com.
JAMES  McINTYRE.  Clerk.
ilARVEY, McCARTER
AND  PINKHAM,
Barristers,   Solicitors,   Etc.
Imperial  Bank  Building  RevelBtoke, B. C.
Money to Loan.
Ollices—RevelBtoke,    13.    C,     and
Cranbrook, B.  C.
Geo. 8. MeCarter,
A.  M. Pinkham, J. A. Harvey,
Revelstoke, Cranbrook
ROBERT  SMITH,
Provincial  Land   Suveyor,
Mining Surveyor,
Engineering
McKENZiE AVE.,
BOX   10fi,    REVELSTOKE.
Eggs for Hatching
White Leghorns No. 1 Ten, headed by
lirst prize cock, Vancouver 1911.
$5 tor 15; $S for 30.
No. 2 Pen, headed by a large white bird
from Mast. IfJ.tKI Ior 15; $3..SO
for 30.
Huff Leghorns- S. C. K. I. Reds; $2.50
foi 15; 5d.l)0 lor 30.
NOTICE
Revelstoke Laud Bislrlct
District ol  West Kootonay.
Tako notice that I, Mary Selkirk,
ol Vancouvor, occupation, muri'ic,.
woman, intends to apply for per
mission to purchase tho following
described lands.
Commencing ut a post planted ai
the N. E. Coruer ol Lot 6140 G.I.,
and marked M. S.'s S. E. Corner,
ib. in e north * '* chains, theuce west
(0 chaius, thonce south 40 chn.us
thence east 20 chains, thence south
4U     chains,    tlnnce    cast HU    cbuin,
tc point of commencement,   coutuin
ing 480 acres.
Daled Juiiuary 9th,  l'Jll.
MARY  SELKIRK.
Per O. P. Smith, Ageut
NOTICE.
Revelstoke  Land  District.
District ol   West  Kootenay.
Take notice that Basil It. Reyn
olds, ol Revelstoke, B. C, occupation  clerk,  intends to apply  for  per
mission to purchase   this    following
described  lands:
Commencing at a post plnntcd ai
the SOUth west corner ol Lot 7818,
tbence east, 80 chains, thenco south
6 chains to the north cast coi nei
ol Lot 7*048, thence along line o!
i,aid Lot lb chains, west 40 chain.-
■outh and 20 chains west to line o.
Lot 2112, thence along line of Baid
Lot 40 chains and 2D chains west to
the north west corner, thence about
C chains north to place ol commence
ment.
Dated  Manh   1st,   l'Jll.
BASIL 11* HBYNOLD8,
-*,
Ageut  Jobu   Suti...
John J. Devine
Revelstoke, II. C.
Eggs fcr Hatching
Rhode Island Red.
Silver-laced Wyandotte and BufI Leghorn, per setting, .S2.IKI.
Kiiiden goose eggs, 50c. each,
l'ckin duel s (11 eggs) J2.00.
Day old ducklings.
Day old chicks a specialty!
Write or Phone 212,
MRS. R.A. UPPER
New drove Farm, Kevelstoke.
NOTICE.
CERTIFICATE OF IMPHOVKMhJNT.
Coronation Y.R.U. and North Stnr
Mineral Claims, situate In the Trout
Lake Mining Bivision ol West Kootonay District. Where located:—Oa
Rapid Creek.
Tuke notice that I, O. B. N. Wilkio
acting as agent for Cutler Thomas,
.'oiler „I Spokane, Wash., U. S. A.,
I'Yoc Miner's Certilicate No. U 9497fi,
iitonil, sixty dayB from dato hereof,
0 apply lo the Mining  Rocorder for
i Certilicate oi Improvements, for the
purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant
d the above claims.
And further take notice that action
■inder Hection 37, must he commenced
before the issuance of such Certillcato
of Improvements,
Dated this 27th day of April, 1911.
0.  B.  N.  WILKIE.
COMPANIES  ACT.
Take notice that "Campbell Hhinglu
Company Limited" intend alter tha
expiration of one month from tho
lirst publication ol this notice to apply to the Registrar ol Joint Stock
Companies to change the Company's
name to AtlaB Lumber Compnny,
Limited.
Dated at Revelstoke, B. C, this
7th day ol April, l'Jll.
Harvey, McOarter & Pinkham,
Solicitors lor the      Shingle
Couipuov, Limited. WEDNESDAY, MAY ,', 1911.
THE MAIL-HEEALD, KEVELSTOKE
f
I
Watch   window   for    Big
Bargains.
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. Z- /fume & Co.. £imited
Mail   or    Telephone   your
orders.     Have our Traveller
call.     Send the children to
the store or come yourself.
No order too large or too
small for us to handle.
Dress Linens
New Dress Linens direct from
the mills in Ireland, in all the
wanted colors. Some of them
the pretty shot effects in mixed
colors. They are very pleasing
and effective and will be perfect
goods for the wash dresses.
35c. per yard
Parasols
Imported French goods. From
the tiny one for the little tot to
the large colored silk umbrella
that is having a vogue just now.
There is a very nice idea among
them, the pongee silk one with
colored trimming, at
$3.75
Clearing Sale
Ladies' Spring Suits
There are still some good ones
left and they sure are a big bargain at half regular prices. Just
drop in and look them over, you
will be surprised when you actually see
$25 Suits for 12.50
30.00
a   a
15.00
Wash Dresses
Women's summery wash dresses in already. The host of pretty
tub dresses on which the lathes
will soon be depending for summer comfort. Cool, one-piece
dresses of linen and lingerie.
That same name "Lingerie" applies to the simplest gown of
sheer muslin to the more elaborate one of fine linen de soi, etc.,
$5 to $25
Cotton Frocks
On the fragrant drowsy days
of summer, and what a summer
it promises to be, the cotton
frock will be every woman's
first thought, while the days are
still cool for the making, better
do the choosing while the assortments are at their fullest—from
airy Dimities to the sturdy Linen
Repps, etc.
Wc. to SOc.
Cool Undervests
Ladies' new, cool, .spring undervests. Special line of pure
white, fine cotton knit vests,
porous weaves, with short sleeve
or no sleeve, at each 35c or
3 for $1
House  Furnishing Department
English Tapestry
Squares
We have a special line of these
Squares in the  following size3,
which are exceptional value.
24x3 yards, price $ 8.00
2*x3i    " "      10.50
3x3       " "     11.00
3x31     "   .$12 and 12.50
2|x3     "    velvet $13.50
Heavy English
Velvets
We have a choice line of these
squares, which is the standard
for quality, in fawns, reds, blues
and greens; sizes 9x!), 0x10),
0x12, and 10Jxl2. These squares
are suitable for any room and
cannot be excelled at the price.
Sanitas
For Kitchens and Bath Rooms,
in fact every rami in the house
can be finished with this durable
material, permanent colors, can
be washed off.
Brussels, Wiltons,
Axminsters
A choice assortment of these
high-class squares in all the regular sizes, in Floral and Oriental
effects, in red, green and brown
grounds, splendidly adapted for
living rooms, dining rooms and
libraries.
Linoleum, Oilcloth
A full range of Nairn's Scotch
goods, the best procurable Hall
rims, i, i', 3G, 45, and 51 inches
wide.
Printed and inlaid linoleums all
widths.
Dainty floral designs for use in
bedrooms, etc-
Iron Beds, Mattresses
Pillows, Bedding
splendid value in Maish laminated Cotton and Eiderdown
Comforts.
Ladies Silk .Waists
On the Bargain Table
All the Silk Waists got their
marching orders and must join the bargain procession. There are some beauties
in the Paisley trimmed, and some all
Paisley: others Paisley veiled with chiffon, etc. They are great plunder for
the purchaser
$10 Waists for $5
$9 Waists for $4.50
Grocery Specials
Thursday and Friday Only
Three packages of Corn Starch for 25c.
This is the time of year when these kind of
articles are appreciated. It is therefore up
to you to lay in a stock while it is cheap.
Remember, sale only lasts Thursday and
Friday.
Extracts
It is the quality of an article that counts.
If you will pause to consider this question of
quality and then use your own judgment
you will come to the conclusion that IT PAYS
TO PAY FOR QUALITY. In our Sealey's
Extracts of all flavors you have QUALITY as
well as QUANTITY. 2! oz. bottles at the
same price as you pay for many 2 oz. bottles
of inferior quality.    ASK FOR SEALEY'S.
Honey
Let us not go back to the time of trade
deceit, but let us keep on the sunny side of
your good will. It pays us to give our customers what they want, and with a sunny
smile. We know we can do this when we
hand out DEADMAN'S FAMOUS CLOVER
HONEY. It is rich, delicate and toothsome,
and of matchless quality. In half-pound, lib,
and quart bottles, and 5lb. pails. Remember
the name—DEADMAN'S.
Pickles, Sauces, Fruits
Heinz's 57 varieties are considered to be
as good a product as can be made at home.
They are prepared in clean kitchens and
from the best fruits and vegetables that can
be grown. If you want a good article we
recommend Heinz's—Pickles, Fruits, Sauces,
and Soups.
Seeds
The seeding time is now upon us in full
swing. You will be asking for all kinds of
garden and field as well as flower seeds.
You must consider the quality and purity of
these goods. Don't let obnoxious weeds get
into your lawns or gardens. We carry only
government tested seeds and can recommend
Ihem to you as being free from weeds—
Clover,Timothy, Lawn Crass, Turnips, Beets,
Carrots. Parsnips, Beans, and Sweet Peas in
bulk, and all kinds of Garden and Flower
Seeds in packages.
Start   Right--!
i
%>&&, «
The world welcomes the well-dressed man. It
challenges the other fellow. Life is too short to arouse
prejudice just for the sake of fighting it down- don't.
Start right-in 20th Century Brand Clothes. They are
above criticism—always. They make a man feel his own
worth—give him ease, spirit, confidence. They impress
others.
Prices—$20 to $34
Do Your Feet Ache?
Now with the warm weather coming on it is time to
be looking to the welfare of your feet. Foot comfort
means happy summer days. If your ankles ache, if your
instep is broken down, try a pair of arch supports. They
will relieve the pain and in time absolutely cure the
worst case of broken down arches.   Thej fit any shoe.
SCHOLL'S TRI-SPRING ARCH SUPPORT-Ger-
man silver, triple spring on leather mount. Men or
women's, any size        $3.50 per pair
FOOT EAZER—double German silver spring on
leather mount, men's or women's, any size $2 per pair
FOOT REST-German silver support on leather
mount, rubber heel rest. Men's or Women's, any size.
Price  $2 per pair
Men's Hose at a Bargain
For the Balance of This Week
Black cashmere, Llama, half hose; a sock you will
pay 60 cents for anywhere, and consider you are getting
value for your money. Commencing this morning antl
for the balance of the week we will sell them at
Three Pairs for $1.00
Hammocks
Enjoy these cool, summers- days. Gel a Hammock
and lake life easy. We can show you the largest lot ever
shown in the town
From $1.50 to $12.50 each WEDNESDAY,  MAY    .  1911,
THE   MAIL-HEBALD,   REVELSTOKE
Our Seasonable Drygoods Specials
Latest in Ladies' Waists
Direct from thc Best Eastern manufacturers.
White Waists, trimmed with lace and
embroidered front, either half sleeve or
full length sleeve. Good value at $1.25,
now Soe.
Tailored Waists, made in fine quality ol
linen, laundered collars and cuffs. Our
selling price, $1. 25.
Colored House Waisls, made in line
light and dark Print.     Sale Price 70c
Black Waists, made of very line muslin,
trimmed with laee and tucked.      Price
$2.00.
Smart Girls' Dresses
Peter Thompson Serge Dresses, navy,
trimmed with black and white, all wool
plaid. Price $7. Fit girls from 12, 14
and if) years.
White Muslin Dresses
Trimmed with embroidery and lace.
New Spring styles. For girls from 15,
16 and 18 years.     Selling Price-   $4.50
Colored Wash Dresses
Por Misses, in Prints and fancy Cham-
brays, sizes 10, 12, 14 and 16 years.
Price $2.00.
REID &, YOUNG
THE CITY IN BRIEF
W. A. Foote visited with friends
at tb« coa.-1
Mr. A. Latnmera ul Chase, was   in
the city thib week.
I.. Lappan "I Kamloops, is visiting  with old  friends  in  the city.
Kamloops lms ileckleil for various
reasons that it will have no tnl1
fair this year.
Mr. and Mr.-. J. I- Stark enter
taiiif'l St. John's choir ut their
home last evening.
Mr-. Hayward will not receive on
Friday May sth, nor again during
tbe snmmei months,
Tbe W.t'.T.r. will meet at St*
John's church on Friday afternoon.
Election of officers.
Moving pictures at   BdiBon  theatre
ght.     Entire change of  program
Friday  and  Saturday.
J. A. Stewart, Inspectoi of Crown
Timber, has t»*a out west ,.n Inspection  wi.rk all  week.
Heal H. Ruthven MacDonald, tan
ada's premier baritone at the Bdison
theatre  tomorrow   Bight.
Conductor Beck Is adding H new
addition and otherwise Improving
his  house on Third  street.
The Band of Hope winch meet- 01
Friday afternoon, will he addressed
by   Rev.   J.   W.   Stevenson.
Iir I 1.- away in the coast
and bis practice here is being taken
charge of ny I'r. McPherson.
J. w. Browne, inspector of the
Pharmacy Association, of Ii. Ci was
in the city th.s week visiting tha
local drug Btores,
Any  person  wishing tu  burn brush
may L-et a permit from the     Govern
ment  Agent,  pending   the     aPl
men' of tine wardens.
A treat   1   -•       lor evi ryone     toil   night Hear  Ruthven  Mac*
aid and   bis    'iii.'iit'-i     compati
'  - ■  ■         •      • E    -  11 theatre.
Mr 1'. Vi Row ••>. manager ol the
('anal, n Hun-: f Commerce branch
at  Calf! ! ■■• n appointed tn. n
.  ■•       I the Wii      * •      anch  • I  the
Mi \ .H Ulan, li 1 mei '■• manager
•' h I lai ■ '1 'ommerce here, has
) pointed      to   the    man igi -
'   *     .,•'•      bank,
1 •   Mull •      Vita.
a   1       1 tbe Rei
■    tura     "   •' v      will   probably    be
ek I      • last
n.     nn : im,-'  !•!• luminaly
Ioi    :'*        •. fair.
■■• b   b -   heW  *-' ptembei   llth
and  IStl
< "tin      I    * -
'   1       ne of tbi       omli eot     m m
rs of the 1        t fl       ■   .   ■ •
: ' ilt Ret
elite)      •    - -   ird o   ■■■•■:. • Maj
•• li    tbe   '1 M C A
.•  ii,' ..-    " "'l'i 11   I.mii*!.*; -!..ji      in
B True fi n
WHITE   CLOVER   HONEY
\\> have just rrceived h shipment <>f White Clover H<mev put up in
five l'i. cans, whicli we vlll guarantee to he absolutely Pure Honey,
ami as this is tlie season for honey we would advise you to try thia if
yoa wish to jjet the genuine article.
WAGSTAFFE'S  JAMS
The name "WaKStuffe speaks lor itself in regard to quality. We have
a full assortment of ihi*. Pure Jam including Strawberry, Raspberry,
Peach. Plum, Black Currant anil Apticot.
A. HOBSON,        Baker and G ocer.
This Means You
Now just stop antl think.
What arrangements are you making to own
your home'.'
We only have a few inside lots left and these
are selling rapidly.
Prices and terms on application. We are
confident we van please you.   Give us a trial.
Kjootenay Jfgencies, Ltd.
A resume of the report of Judge
Hobson ,,n ilie recent investigations
Into the social evil in Winnipeg, has
been published In pamphlet form by
the Moral „n*l Social Reform council
of Canada, it includes a prefatory
note 1 n the circumstances which ic'.
1,. tii * appointment ol th'' commission.
Mastei Mmi.i*. McRa * now has a
nobby little driving outfll in the
ibape   of    a     Shetland     pony
basket can. the latter arriving
last week, The pony - ,,, ban
little  |H*t  and  Is said t thi
nne  I"  arrive   in tl
secured   Irom   Minor    Walki
in Calgary.
-   **f   rh*     B
,,; Ti;i*b* will ■"■ held In th
tomorrow  nlgbt and   I
i*d  that   tin*   in*.m.t    I
mechanical    men ol th" C.P.R
■   th.   city   ■.cli   ':*■
,'ial  members    f th    boaiil  havi
• **l     tbemi
and gatl ered ' 1 ma
ti,„t   will   -
meeting, and
lm.- at ten.lance  '*' • ■*:.'
SHOOTING AI KAMLOOPS
Young Italian Girl may lose both
Limbs as Result
Kail*.
1    *   ■      *
the :    ,
■ '
'
-I'eha  P..  Mnrki
Knit      ■- M-I'i
heap-
Revel  •   •
Vi ANTED   I.   1   M.
f'   "
me can     be
Work   nui   lifflcull  and    tt
*
Grand Concert
EDISON  THEATRE
Thursday, May 4th
H. Ruthven Macdonald
Canada's Greatest Baritone
supported by a select
company including
Miss Mildred Gordon
The Talented Elocutionist
and
Miss Bertha May Crawford
Lyric Soprano
Don't Miss This Great Treat
Reserved Seats $1.00.   Admission 75c.
Children 50c.
Plan of Hall at C. R. Macdonald's Drug Store
GOOD RIFLE WORK
fl. M. R's. Weekly Sticot Ends
in Splendid Averages
For ilie week ending April 29th the
scores of the R.M.H.'b Bhopt are as
follows. It will be observed that
Color Sergti Donald, made the highest score with a total "I 84, which
is considered very good shooting: -
Same 2C0 500 (100 T.
Col.   Sergt.  Donald   M   31   22   8*4
Corp.   Overton    22   27    28   77*
Capt.     Smith   .
pte.  Cowan 	
Sit.      Smythe
Pte.  Kenton  	
Pie. Watson ....
l'te.   Bond  	
Pte. J. Fenton
l'te. Nelson . ...
pte. Young ...
Pte.   Hodgeaon
...22 24 20 6fi
...mi 24 20 Hii
...19 19 23 61
...21 17 17 55
...17 IC. 10 4*11
...26 17 — -13
...20 6
...HI 14
...- 21
... li 14
9 35
9 33
9 33
2 22
NEW MANAGER.
ii
.   •      .     *
'
■ ■
with th
place
■    '
'
'
-
'
*    •
-
'   •■
'
'
I
'
■
. ■
ined  'h
Tin* hotel King Edward has a   new
manager  In  the  person  o!     Thomas
French,  and  if experience counts for
anything then be  is a good one.  Mr.
bas      '■'•'■ n     i"    the      business
pears and knows huiels from
X,     Por flve years lie was man-
iuu imi in  »t Auiay. Ool
During the world's lair     at
■;.   mu'i .I   lh ■   i oliiinliin
a  *., k   ' v     with  Hi" rooms.
ii * ran summer re
Point and Cascade
Foi   th i       •   ,*„n      hii
*  -* and   „ favorite sum*
riles down the     Bt,
,        o managed
Clt) and ni       Port
, (,,* ,    *    ■ *   birth,
I      '   me  city,
'mill   in
i I ted    'nt*
larir*'     men- II e      ol
■
w    BL TOKE,
■
■    ■
■ '
;,!   thi '
.-,*
A JOY THE WHOLE
YEAR ROUND
The   joy* «f    unit' in  i li ti
raph) ore limited lo im plai i m
It- deli-Klitn 'i<
: i.   i   'IM. SPRING *i* in lull
,*-.'        t   'infer,   in   llu*   tinted
i        ,    hen ihi uround ii white
■\ inti' ■    ..mi. Imloori or
ont,   tl ■   - hole   veil   round   li
lime
\'mu nre mining much genuine
pica   -i  il  you' have  no camera
Ki   ,mi* C. inci.i-.  Kilns,  .uul
.*. ai i,i-i I'mi ' b.
THE SCIENCE OF
PRESCRIPTION DISPENSING
:   * '* ' nut iii'l/i*
llll  nd  til
tell hov mil < i.'inuni
ni roniblnnl Ion   atirl i" lie nhle t"
 ' line i*i    correctli   unci  in
the !"n|M I  littler
lii, ■** you thai * "in
prescription  are filled  Lj   llioi i
v.lio kliou how.
We   pi :de   mii* * !,,-.   on     our
knowledge  "I   |«'   * 11 pl loll   miii
pounding.
SHELL GREET YOU
WITH A SMILE
III
Will    ■   .' i,(
McCUNKEY'S
BITTER8WEETS
In ' lie with * "li.       li     ill li* lol'K
..oi'i    i    welconu   when
bi i .nnl pun il
MM   I   ll
Moi m'l tell |ili"ii.   nnli i    re
.   * nui prompt ii" nlicn
SOAP NEWS
FOR YOU
i fui
. ililfrllr, Tur.
Carbolli li htliyol  i'i-**
Inai,   t'tti i ,,    Rogci  ft
Gallfl    I'ivn       etc,i   »h< II nml
i .Mill   i.l   iim!     * ||       .*, ip
sr.\ i   in »ir.   in (>' i»
BEWS'   DRUCi   STORE
nii\ r   in mi:  hi ui i«
a
Ruthven MacDonalif Concert
Tomorrow evening nt the Edison
theatre the ll. Ruthven MacDonald
Ooncert Co. will appear here for one
night only. Supporting Mr, Mac-
Donald are Miss Mildred Gordon, reader and Miss Bertha Crawford, soprano, Speaking of Mr. MacDonald,
tho well-known Canadian baritone,
the Edinburgh Evening Despatch
says:
"Mr. 11. Ruthven MacDonald is a
celebrated baritone, who has delighted audiences in England, Scotland,
anil Wales. The magic of his cultivated voice exercised a wonderful
effect upon tha audience, who listened
wiih intense delight. His Bluffing
semis one home with that sensation
of mind nnd heart that makes one
feel happier for living. We doubt
if there is his equal  in Scotland."
NEW    STATION       FOR      VERNON.
Talcing advantage of the presence
of Supt. Kilpatrick of the 0. P. R.,
who wns in town ,,n Saturday, the
Transportation Committee of the
board of Trade interviewed him regarding the vexatious delays which
frequently occur in handling freight
shipped from this city to points down
the lake. M. J. O'Urien, Jas. Vai-
ianee, S. ('. Smith and Ohas. Wilson,
along with President MacRae laid
lhe matter very fully before Mr. Kilpatrick who took copious notes of
the points raised and promised to
do all in his power to remedy the defects in thi service which 1ih<1 been
In ought to his attention. He expressed the opinion lhat lhe best
"'uu. n of th:' problem would be to
start a daily enr from Vernon, which
llie yard engine, that In* will put oil,
will run down at 111 o'clock each
morning, He also informed the com
untie that plans Ior the new station
are ready,     and  Iim expected     Hint
I * n hi * Would In* culled for in 111 ■
COU1 se "f a week or two. He as
Hired tiieiii that the building would
* * 'dit lii the city and Would far
* ■Mi'i-d   in  coil   the iUm estimated  lHst
yeai by bhe Board as being sufficient
to   meet   then     ri'ipiiremcnts. — Vernon
*%%$,¥■
HOLY MIMES ICIDfMY IND NORMAL SCHOOL
Ml'OKANK,   WASH
f 'nt ii log ue iiiiii ita i I'm on Application,
Aildifix :     SlHTftn Hi I'Kiiniii.
Fruit and Vegetable
Boxes and Craies
iiiii  Bos I  li "in   i- ii""   ' iiui-.iii    .onl
■  in ii |i""H  I" nuppl)   all   kiiuN
■ I fruil mid vi'dalili  boxes   .mil crates,
Those wbo   have   nol   alreail]    enl   us
■-nli-r** -di'iulil do *,*   || in* *  ms lln*y
■umi' in 11* i. iiii'l we would bl ■ i"
drll * i   all  onleri  in  good  lime'   i lur
ue equal to oil) on  tin   market
.oul  pii' M i  in   In*   li.nl   **n   jpplll  in.Ul  lo
*   Mi M IKON, Revelstoke, at to
IHI XEHMRHIN LUMBER CPMPHV, LTD,
.-mIiiioh Anu, H. C,
NEW  WHITEWEAR
Our showing of White wear for this season is hy far tho best we
have yet made. It comprises every necessary article at a very great
range of prices. Garments for every day wear and garments for
Special occasions. We have downs. Corset Covers, Drawers,
Skirls, Combinations, Princess Slips, Chemise, etc. Some are
trimmed with dainty embroideries and others with line lace,
Kvery woman loves pretty lingerie, and she will lind our store can
supply her at very reasonable prices.
NEW BLOUSES
All the daintiest styles will he found here as well as the kind
for every (lay use, both in white and colored. They come from
the best factories, where nothing but the best work will pass the
inspectors and you will iimi our prices right. We have them from
95c. up.
SUMMER DRESSES
Just let us show you what splendid values wc can give you ill
pretty dresses for Summer wear. They arc far cheaper lliau you
can have them made up, and the style and workmanship are equal
to anything you can lind. We have them from $4,111) up lo $21)
and you will liiul the ones selling up to 510 are remarkably cheap.
See Our Window
Watch for Saturday Specials
—\
How About A New Suit
Made to Order
Our Spring Samples for Suits and
Spring Overcoats just arrived.
We guarantee a perfect fit, style
and well tailored garments at
fair and honest prices.
MeKinnon & Sutherland
Fit-Rctorm Clothing
Foot-Rite Shoe
WALK-OVER SHOES
Elegance
Durability
Comfoit
Nun g. I ilu* belle-
Hi oi ilu* mosl
modem liiiilwcar
when pun basing
Walkover lhc
I'.iili'i nl American I'oolwiiir.
II you have uol
woin Walk liver
miii do nol know
how comfortable
new Footwear can
be. We have Ihem
in various sly lea.
To secure your
piilliinagc perllla-
ticnllv. wr have
Initio lil vou once.
McRae Mercantile Co., Ltd.
The Style Sluvp for Men and Boys Who Know
Knll BALB—Two Teams of
Horse* bu sale. Apply to
iiiiglniti, H (i I in* in Arm.
WANTKII—WnltieHHCs for ltestaurant.
Heavy     Apply Windsor hotel, Laughton and
.1.  Kor-     Tapping, Revolstoke, II. C.
MlSHINi;   RELATIVES- Informs-
WANTKIi   Tender! lor    slashing fifty   Hon desired as to tho whereabouts of
iiHi"i of light  Umber and bush. For   Warren      Adams     |„Ht heard of    on
lurther particulars apply   to     J.  March 13th, mm. ,,i fievelttoke,   n.
Ki'inu-bnn   Salmon Arm.     Tenders  0,   Information concerning him    will
to be in by May 10th. he thankfully reoelved by  his father,
Mr. i'liiljp Admin,, Tobermory, Ont,v
V

Cite

Citation Scheme:

        

Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics

Share

Embed

Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                        
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            src="{[{embed.src}]}"
                            data-item="{[{embed.item}]}"
                            data-collection="{[{embed.collection}]}"
                            data-metadata="{[{embed.showMetadata}]}"
                            data-width="{[{embed.width}]}"
                            async >
                            </script>
                            </div>
                        
                    
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:
http://iiif.library.ubc.ca/presentation/cdm.mherald.1-0310708/manifest

Comment

Related Items