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KKVELSTOkE, B. C. A1MJIL 5. II
$2.50 Per Year
. RUSHING
bead piaite'i a ro in' i for the trans-
mi Ion i.i a in 'ssa -c in plain lang -
uage.
SURRENDER
Belgrade
ipril
EXPECTED.
Despatches  from
the iieiiii say ihat thi Servian and
Morlonegrin force- are bombarding bhe
Scutari forts, with success and that
its surrender is expected within nday
or Iwo,
HELSTOKE H8SET
Tenders Close 20th April.—Wage Bill $4,000,000 Will Be Disbursed Over Five
Years.-Commence Work This Spring.-What Tunnel and Double-Tracking
Means for Kevelstoke and District.
PUBL
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Winnipeg, April 5.— Special to the
[Mail Herald.) While nothing Is definitely settled, it is practically certain
thai ihe Rogers Pass tunnel will be
electrified said Mr. G. J. Dury. Vice-
president ol the Canadian I'acilic Rail
way. Mr. Bury said that tho tender-1
wero coming In for the work, and
that the sn ... -;'nl tenderer would lie
selected aboul April 20ih. The tunnel is t.i be 8v aiiel two-tenths miles
long.
'lh. above lespatch is tho first word
lm publi aiiein r gardlng the great
tunnel, which has come over the wires
since th original announcement from
Vancouver thai tenders for the job
bad be n called.
Tba' the Directorat • o! the World's
gres est    transportation   system,   are
Bin ei e iu  th dr s  i its that     the
.ie. i I trac in ol the mountain section through Revof toke, ouce' ,|. ided
upon, would be rushed to completion,
wub all lhe speed which the resources
nt ih' Oanadian Pacific Railway Co.
in men.'... men and experience, would
permit, ii o.vn bj  tb - car
ly date pon which ihe I uders have
le'cn calli ■; ti :'. folli i\\ n. ihe approval of the plans and pinions! tunnel
by the eminent New York Engineer.
Api il 20th, ie.' 111 ■ iii ib • verylate
spring e.i this ason, is the
soonest date upon which any prelim -
iiiaix wo: o Id i omim need, and
tn setting thii late :. i the opening ol
the tenders, anl awarding e.i the contract, the hest possible proof is given
that  no wine' wl I    e hist.
The '. n drawn oul I rl tie ol main
Ine routes i at la i I ed, he plans
of the . ■ ■ pi o|,, ed i racks have
been  '•' dov n  uni il   ibe' doci
ion i- Anally given in favoi ol double
tracking the existing main line trom
Bast to West", and ibe C.P.R. arc setting out with the first dawn of the
present spring) io turn ihe existing
single set of rails running from Calgary to ibe coast thtough Revelstoke
iiit.,i ih- beat equipped an.l most magnificently constructed section oi what
when the entire scheme ia completed,
is niii'ii led io be the busiest artery of
traffic in lihe Dominion, and one ot
the mo-t Important llnki connecting
I.y an all Red Steamer service the old
worlds  with the new.
Before the engineering st.il and efficiently organised resources of matin : and nie'ii controlled by the Directorate, the great mountain backbone of the Selkirks, whicn for untold
ages has reared Its serried barrier in
the p.itlr.e. ,i\ of ni ei coin >■ bei W en
East and West will cease to exist as
a direel ob t.e le te. railwaj communi-
i ation.   vvill     in     a I   . eai o«   I
within it- Inmosl hear! the pathway
il ii ■     «hi. a     ihe «o con mer e
shall flow Eastward and Westward,
hi tivi it lhe v anl ii an t he Pacific
()' can-.
ALL FOR  RE\ ELSTOKE,
Tho commenc ment of this wok will
work an  immediate benefit  to RevelBtoke au 1 di    i let. Krom  I,
n . n  in mh  and  money    comim nee' to
i... . oncen rated in the actual
i.i i'llll Ion   .     ,   :-   '    .i.i.
.., li  H iii    perci e this
district. Millions of dollars will be
disbursed within s stoi of ibi<
centre,  and  .:'  our  bu
me n and cil Uen i ar< their
, |.| ortunii ...
ore hound ti
th . ne ds of the . i \ arge v..:: i aid
[opulation who for four or five   years
will be drawing wag b for work don1
on the' tunnel and double track caii-
struction.
PERMANENT  BENEFIT.
The permanent benelit- io be derived ir mi the work are equally obvious
Revelstoke will be the divisional point
on a world's great highway, along
which vast streams of tourists, houie-
-eeker-' and in.cstors will be travelling for years io come. Many of th^
men who work on ih," construction,
will, when iheir -hai.' of lhe wages is
rained look over the adjacent district
with it- vacant lands and equable
climate, with a view to establishing
themselves on the fertile - ils of glorious Kootenays. Thanks to tbe money earned from railway day labor,
thej ..ni purchase' and cl ar lhe valley
and bench land-, and Incorporate
ih'iii--Ives with ti- , permanent pros-
.......   a ri ultural i ommunity.
The leman I cr a "d during boom
tuns nf ean uu-iie.,,. will stimulato
production in many I ran. b.'- oi farm
an i    ii. id     produce, i nd put  ; resent
row i'-  in ,i ; os-ition to market   such
large . ua   I of   Iheir ware-,   ih.it
\ li n   ihe construction  is ended,   they
will be in lirst class condition  ihania
■  profli - an i lai ge scale meth -
Is,  to compete in >fa - outside     ar
ets with an eftici nej  l. tore unattaln
able,     In a word,   rom the addition-
i    :: rived oul  of the Indus -
ltd pi o.lii. tiv.. a' tivity forced  >n
...   through   Ih ' do ble  11 ii king,   can
lei . ■ I   those  i  ...-; ii le     profits,
whi li  will  . an y over     the
ai - nn ■ comni ncin ,-. whn-' tho
!   levi lopmi nl  of oui   lai
-eni'' re«   ui  •■ . will    e buil ling     up
111.( i nn' nf     genuin ■ pro . ■
ind ,,   .  tie 1 prosperity.
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tPORT
Popular Institution Hold Annual Meeting on
Thursday Next. Twelve Months, of Continued Progress. Organized Athletics for
Coming Summer.
The honor
Mai i h is as
i oil for
follows:
ihe     month oi
CENTRAL SCHOOL.
Entrance  Class—Ernest    MeKinnon,
Vera Ueil, lsa Dunlop,  Nancy Fleetham,   Keel,ell   Tapping.
High Fourth—Mabel Simmonds, M,
Lawrence, i'.i,.'.a Johnston, Dr.na
I- laser,  Hairy  Hack.
Intermediate Fourth—Oscar Lundell,
Manuel Jonnson, Pat Skene, A.nes
McGivern,  Bella Laughton.
Senior Third Tom Maley, John
Lonzo, Leonard Maley, Amy Smythe,
i bai 1  - Dav is.
Junior Third ■ .Myrtle Hamilton,
(Estella Shuttlewood, iren. Moi an),
1.... Gordon, lio. Law, Rosa Mc-
Glvi n.
Second—Wenty     Smyth',     Dorothy
Mr. Taylor Statton, Boys' Secretary of the National Council of the
Young Men's Christian Association ol
Canada, will arrive from the Smith
on Sun.lay evening and leave on Monday afternoon, we are anxious that
every hoy ought to hear him,-o have
made arrangements that Mr, Siatton
will speak in ihe Presbyterian clinch,
Sunday evening, at 7:30, 1 oys invite
your parents to the service, and find
oui what other buys are doing in our
great Dominion, Front seal In center of church will be reserved for buys.
Mr. t! S. Paton will speak lo men
on Sunday afternoon at the V, at
'.J.: 4r.. We had a very nice meeting lasl
Sunday, even if lhe weather was fine,
the meetings will bo continued for a
week or so yet, so we want all the
■ hi ii to att.-u.l that 'iui pare th i
hour.
BOYS' BIBLE CLASS.
I'n. is   .
SUPPLY
run
«3
1916
i/O f ED
OttaRa, April 1—Many topics en
gaged the attention of parliament to
day, bul tho most important happening fiom thu standpoint of the busi -
ness community was doubtless the pa-
sage' of a aupplj totalling about $27,-
000,010. The sttpplj in ludes ono-sixtb
ml all 'li main estimates for the fiscal .var. whi.-h commenced tod iy,
with the enc ptlon ni five intercolonial railway votes chargeable to capital and one' vote objected to iiy W.S.
Loggie an.I a few millions of supple -
mentarj estimates for ibe tiscal year
now closed, 'rie supply wa- c.,n-
e ui ied in at a late hour and 'hu bill
will    m introduced     tomorrow,     and
without delay    will r ive the assent
ol the deputy governor-general. Then
the government will have cash enough
available to carry on it- business until the .nd of May.
The greater part of the afternoon
was taken up with the' consideration
of th" action of the government in remitting the duties on "iio.OOO tons of
\tteel rails imported by the Algoma
Steid Company for the Canadian Pacilic and Claud Trunk Pacitic railways. The opposition attack was led
by A.K. McLean of Halifax, who arg
ued that there was Mo justification for
the reduction. Premier Borden and
Hon.  W.T. White both     declared that
tiHHHi ■ BBilllllill I
the need of railwaj onstruciion ne-
i-n. th   a1 tion
ment, while Sir VVilfi Id
laiiiM.i that i com
munity -hnn!,i not e relieved ot its
-hare of the burden ot taxational the
expense of othei .
Western    oppo ll Ion  I who
-|.e..e. while i-.. ined to commend
anything in the way ol tarifl reduc-
ii. n. -aid thai I ■ i onsun ei at well
as tho lane interests should he con-
.-.ilred.
There was quite a storm late at
nighl ovei th eontr i ; • nti red into
by the pnst oflii e  di p for new
lock- for n a I [8. II il. Lemieux
.i l that there wa- boodle tor
friends nf Mr. Pelletier in the ion.
tract, and asked the prime minister
to gram an Investigation. Mr. Dordi n
said thai if Mr. Lemieux woui.l make
definite charges an Inquiry wcild be
granted.
TURKS
WAI
'tk:/A.
Conslantin iple,   April  ."— Th
.eminent  today  declared
it unrr a cept   '.  the terras    of
;.ae-e proposed by the European powers. The foreign ofllce banded the
iii a pt nice to the dean. o\
tne diplomatic eorp- ihi-' morning uf.
ompanied by an expression of thanks
lo the powei- for iheir mediation.
Card of rtianks
TRANSPORTS ACCOMPANY SHU'S
Vi'Tena. April 5—Pari of tbe Austrian squadron is reported to have reach
ed tic Montenergrian port of Anliv -
aria; ihe remainder is held in reserve
al I attaro. Transports wiib 3,1 00 In
f.mtiy ab, a' I accompany tho warships. I' is uneleist . .1 that unless
the siege of Scutari .eas.' tomorrow
a naval demonstration   will   begin.
We extend oui beartfel thank- to
all our neighbor,* anl friends al-o
members of tha Masonic Lodge for
kindnesses extended io us durin
recent -ad bereavement and fo the
beautiful floral offeringr.
Mrs.  A.   E. and Lloyd Beni-on.
Deal Closed
^MH^aeMHi.,,^—^—H
Hernial-  monthly  nii-eilng of SO
Farmers'      Institute    will  be 08
held at  Y.M.C.A. Building on f)
Saturday   evening.   April   5th, 111
instead of a     week  later. Im- g)
!■    portent business, soe   official S
[Si    notice' elsewhere in  thi    issue, p]
11 n
Hill*!.;.,. ...... . .> .
Following up the persistent report
thai the Revel-'ioke Meat Market had
Changed hands. The Mail-Herald re-
I orter interviewed Mr. Cha-. F. Lindmark on the subject and learned that
the reporl  wa-' correet.
Mr. Lindmark has sold nearly all of
hi< interesl in the Revelstoke Meat
Market to a well known company for
a    uli-tantial sum.
Tbe  Revelstoke  Meal   Market  stnrt-
e.l  in   hll-ines-  aliout   three  year-"  ogo,
and has acquir-d a Very large lui-ineis
and  today  stand-  reeond  to none    in,
ihe   interior.
COST OF VICTORY.
Sofia, April 5—According to an official ni on from Bulgarian army
larters the capture of Adrian -
opie cost the Bulgarians from 10,000
io 11.000 killed and wounded, and the
Servians 1.200.
The Bulgarians made prisoners of 40
general!', 2,noo other officers and 00,-
000 men. The Bulgarian besieging for-
res numbered 120,000 with 380 guns.
The Servians numbered 40,000 with
98 guns. The Turk< had 20(1 -iege
guns and fiom 450 to a00 field guns.
REFUSES  TO SEND MESSAGE.
('•tiinje, April "e—Montenegro bus
now answered the latent demand of
the powers regarding the withdrawal
of ihe civilian" from Scutari by stating thai the army headquarter* have
refused for military reasons to permit the transmission to the command
ant of the beleaguered lown of a mes-
-age from his government. Monteneg-1
ro, however, has offered to submit  to
I   I hull   Mcl'raJ	
in il,  i ii n    t   Brad haw.
I- ir-t Reader Alfre i Al raham 'on,
re lis i .1....I.!-. Stewart Bun id, i, v.
Bourne, I ath e Ho hard.
High Second Primer—Stuart Mc-
I.! an, .M.-iiv 11. Nickel» n. Jimmie
.-'.i'i.-1 n. in ii ;.i . Gladys Ma l-
, - n.
f i   Depart ment:—
Se ni1 1   Pi i'i.mi-  'Marie   Li ly,    1.
.    ,i Imn i    el.'Miii-o l.      Uni  D a i
i.. ,'lor,  Ni llie Allan.
I' r t I i mer I o inno Smythe, Willi Imina  Smj t he, Geoi ge Price.
iie-   King      i la--1—Iiiiiii    Hamilton,
Martlu      half,      Norman    Mell;,,!.,
Hay.
SELKIRK   SCHOOL
■ if llll   '. 11.   -liill .'    Ill .1,'eC.       01 ISS
A.-C.  John on, (D   Lyttle,  L. Hob ■
.n ,  . .  Moran,  1.  Hay,     L. Briggs,
i      '•'..   i'i r,  A.  Morgan,    N.
i.ei ii.  M.   McLeod, T.  i 'aiiio. .-i.
Jr.   intermediate Grade,  Class   I. —
I i ..ii. h ad,  Delbert    I.us to d,
Elsie Frey,  dai ■  U urray,  Tilly E rey,
.  .i ll.-- Laura  lie ch.      i.n. ■: i
i'.i. Edmund Kin
raid,  lilsie   Davenport,   .Margaret    Mc-
. lahon.
i-e   a i Re . i. i    i'l. Como   i. l-l. Frey
,   Hayward, li. Macdonell', 1). Purvis.
Readei    i faro I Patter, Nan. >•
1 allard, Jame ' Blair,  Ruth Goodwin,
Peter Lon
Sr.    Second    Piimer—Helen  i
Wendall Parter, Annie GaUicano, Olga
Johnson, Lily Stacey.
Jr. Second Primer—R. Frey . Fred.
. . ,i.  McRae, E. Ford.
Senior    Second Primer—R.  Rowlett,
11).  Kilpatrick, C.  Mackenrot I,     i W.
Robinson,  l..  Laingi, R.  Lawrence,V,
1 nl ta,  A.   Ilarn  .
Sr. First primer   K.  Squarebriggs,
H,   Anil i son,   E.  Laing.  G.   Mm. an. R
luii-cio.
Jr. Fii i Primer—D, Tivlno, J.Hove
.).  Cia eif.H I,   I'.   Harris.
Hei-' i. in ■      Class — I..  Purvis,
tlosh, T.  Lundi II.     It.  Kini aid.
Pettipiece.
Tins class will meet on Sundaj
.in ruin.: at 10 o'clock. All members
are urgi ntly reque ti d to attend
1 usiti.'-- of impi lance will
up. ' u Friday evenln ;, Apr:: tbe 11,
a Hi; n.l Closin ; So ial will be Ii : 1
at ilie ho ne of M isl ir Arthur Y011114
Fourth  itreet, spi ''.-he s  « ill   bi
omi  of   h ■ . ".    and also by the
1 r 11 h ir ofth ■   la ■       A   very   pl asant >' '•)
.in 1 profitable time Is 1 specie I. Tl
attendrn ■ I  are      eqi        It
bring a lead  pencil.   Come    to,      la -
Sun.lay   IllOl nin 1   and       I   pa    :e".ilais.
ever hi Id, Evei y 1 iml er is urgently
request .1 t.. : e pres nt, and bring
their lady friend, the evening will be
, ne mi; to 1 rem mb red, th • style
of me ting     will be   entirely diflerent
0 the one .. ■■ 5 h 1. lhe Hoard oi
Din tors will have charge. Tho program will consist of vocal anl insmi
ment il mu : . Rl poi ' of lhe building
committee will be presented by the
. bairnian of th 1 build 1 omn i tee,
1 i. 11; ih.- members just how we ai 1
I u in lally.
The.     annual    report  of    ihe  year's
wo k w ili be gi\   a  : y  th ■   : a iral ■■'
ry; also Mr.   ' ,M. Du I   y, Interna
■    . . le retary 1  .1  be pri
- nt to ei..   11- -i few words of insplr-
tl-.n foi • .    of our    Vs ocia-
Don t fi      '   the  ..a   .  Thui '
nin  , A 10th,
PRESENTATI   N
'I h3 President, M 1 low-on.
Lad   a very per -
.     :       'i'i     ■
Of
111 • Mi. How-
'. ei ■ th"
:. '
gold   I ■ \ iC-
■.   Mr. Th is. Asi
hu y has 1 nt      t.,
i i, a    • 1 ■'..
.
IC
in his 1.
IMP
BOWLING.
The Lowli        ■ 1 ' n is   about over.
mh  .11   i i .-.I.n   evening last  on 1
the  1, ■ - j.   yel  o 1      the
alleys,  tb . ir  ibe  iwo     men
play. .1  which  '
ed  in the following:
Lyons and Mi I,   5, 31C;  total
864.
1
ni. 1 Si
1
270,
:: ■.
Durin .
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An .
Las bei
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nasium.     we are looking    forward to  mc<    n
making  this the 1 est   amu nd get organized cn a piopcr basis.
jn.   to
Little
lill   778.
S imso 1 ami
loial 811.
The |,ne      waSi
an.l   Miles.
'1 his year our
been in great want
t.i thank our m'cmb
of our bowling elub a'a.I makin
Mi' li a grand sue
ward lo biggei   things D ixf   Fall.
ANNUAL   MEETING.
The annui ! meeting of lhe As
tion will he hi II  nex
ing, at S o'clock "harp, in the gym-
NELSON
LABOUR
H.GHT;
A.
It.
HIGH SOHOOL,
High School reporl  for month
March. 1913'
Div.l Div.2
Enrollment      is is
I re-,    every   Session...    6 3
P.  C.  of Attendance ....8% .874
EUPpli   -
mu b  as
At th
W.M. Cunl
•he
tt   a   I
n w \  .     .11
toi       .:.
• 1 prac
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f,.r Co
of
T.
30
Nelson.   Api i.l    tt rh     .
ol all   nun.!. , ,     ^^^^^^^^^^^^^~
driven  by   m
eral labor union, acting (en tbe orders .       .
of th" Trades and Labor council w>nt
■
' a itli Ip 1' 'l.
• i mined an !    dc •
clare th.-.i
ter end
ifl        to    thc
ALBERT CANYON.
Following  is  the monthly  report  of
Albert  Canyon   public  school for    th»
month of March, 1913:
Prescribed   .chool days     15
Days  school   was1 in  session      15
Total  actual  attendance   138  whether the  employees at
I on -tlike today and  whal  amounts to
pro lieally a gene(al strike is now In
force in  Nelson.  Included  in those on
strike nre bricklayer-, painters and
' pipe layers, quarrymen, mortar   mi\-
ors, carpenters'  helper!,  bod
plasterers, machinists and electricians
1 The demands which ihe employeri ,■■
(uud to grant included higher   wage
and  shorter hours. B
Kmployecs  of  the rity  nre  include 1  gSSIi ■ ■  ■  ■ ■ ■■ ■iES
in the itrlkorsa-nd -iv.c work ,' prac- p M
tie'ally tied  up.    It Is not  yet  ..Main
the -IVU'
Th   open 1 • the ne.»     Chinese
- been  tixed for
.■I   President   Yuan
sh:  Kai.
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PROGRESS CLUB.
Average actual attendance   9,2  power plant will come out or not.  If
Boys     g  they do tho civic light and powei   up-
C.irls      5  ply will bc cut ofl. ■
The following arc  tho*e who     have'    The  C.P.R.  1"  delivering oar,        I .
been  perfect   in     attendance for     the   warehouses    where   trackage  is  ava ■
monthi-liinnea Carbon, Veronica Sil-  able and this  minimizes  the efltCl    of ft
va,  Bttoel  Ratclilfc,  Hussell  Ratclifte.  [•*»  teamsters'   strike.      Few  oi      the 3
AGNES HLACKBEHC, teamsters driving  merchants'   delivery ■
Teacher.      wagon- ate member- of thc union an,! g lUltHi li liSlSSlllIl
W tt K • • Deputy Minister of Publi- Works, will
al.liess the Progreti Club at
their Monthly Meeing Tue--
day evening April fith, in the
Selkirk Hall. All 1 itiNBI are
•-oidially invit  I.
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-1 PAGE TWO
THE MAIL-HERALD,REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,  APRIL  5th, 1918.
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DO YOU WANT A HOMESITE?
We have some splendid buys on our list
at the present time.
80 Feet,   north   side Fifth  Street,   between   McKenzie and Orton Avenues    $2,000
Double Corner, South-East Eighth Street and Orton
Avenues    $1,600
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
JOHN iv SIBBALD, Pres.
J. 1). SIBBALD, JR., SBC.
FARMERS
BUYING
GOOD ROADS
MOVtlWtNT
HiUliiitSS
^
J
EARLY SPRING GOODS
Consisting of every conceivable size and make of
Hats, Gloves, Shoes and Underwear; also a most
extensive stock of Neckiies of every shade and
style.
We have also a specially line assortment of samples
for our Spring Clothing Onler Departtneet.
McKiNNON & SUTHERLAND
Fit-Reform Clothing Stetson Hats        Foot-Rite Shoes
/tfcjntt/re Not Jelling
i   t in tho Grocery line, but hereby solicits your orders
and promise good service. .       .       .        TRY US
John Mclntyre & Son
First Street.
Telephone No.  93
SWIFT  S
The average farmer, if census tigures,
ure correct, is worth appioximately
$13,000, taking into consideration the
value of his lands, his implements his
annual crops, live Btock, etc.
Now ii is' not only rcaionahle to
suppose thai if th.' average farmer is
worth this amount of n.onoy that
there are a great many farmers who
aiv really \Miilthy, and thai the great
majority of farmers are perfectly able
to buy what they want for their hom-
,.. .,nd iheir farms?
That they do tbis is' simply a mnt-
ii't- of record.
It Isn't always possible of course to
know just exaitly how much money a
farmer expends for piano< and auto-
| mobiles aad bouses and barn-, an.l
nigs and hea in; plants, etc., bin 1
have made a pretty close study of
Ihis ilin m ■; tie' last four years. lu
fait, fir ihe la i len y.ars 1 have
insisted thai ihe average farmer is
living belter, ha- more comforts and
more luxuries ihau the average man,
who lives in  the city.
Of coins., ihere are a few very weal-
ihy people living ia town. These
spuv.l mon y wi.limit any accounting
ami too ofl en the buying power of
thc city man is measured by these'
very   wealthy   people.
'I'he i.i i i.s often not taken into con
sidaratlon that a majority of people
in towis aie teally poor, some of
tbeni d isperately poor, and many of
them far from being comfortably situated.
Accurate figures on tbis arc not
easy to obtain; in fact, it would require a good (leal of investigation to
presenl an accurate statement ou ibis
basis.
lhe ( hiea o Tribune a few years
ago gave ih'- per eapita of wealth of
lhe people of i hi -nto at less than
$1,300. The peoplo of Chicago ar.'
probably a- wealthy a-1 the people of
any la ue oity. The per capita wealth in the country is approximately
$2,000, or practically double that ia
th ■ city.
PLENTY  OF  BUYING   POWER.
Now  ths  in mv  mind is    sufficient
I I  that   the   people   in   ihe  country
iuui' buying power.
'lie ma-, 'ili. is nui awake to the'
fact tbat il"- farmer ;-ihe l>e-t buyer in the world i- behind ihe times,
o i.l rn 'hi .'iter able to
satisfy lis .!'•-.ies fur comforts and
luxuries than  ihe a-, rage farmer     of
'h"   United    -     • th-   y ar   1 113.
Pr ill   \! .
nffl",iJimf-«jn
Blood and Bone
FERTILIZERS
and Lay More
Poultry Foods
Write K>r Pric is and 8 i >
faiii&m Mait Markst, Ltd
Uriiisli Columbia has spent the last
len years approximately $15,000,000,
ou loads and bridges, and for three
ytars, 1912-1914, the expenditure of
an e.iual amount is contemplated, or
an expenditure of about $0,000,000 a
year.
Saskatchewan has made a special
appropriation of $5,000,000 for trunk
roads, of which $1,SOU,000 is being
spun ihis year in addition to the usual $IOii, 1100 fiom current revenue.
Alberta has made a special appropriation of $1,0110,000 for a central
north and south trunk road, in addition lo the usual $250,030 from cur-
icnt   revenue.
i, ■ Manitoba Legislature passed a |
Highway Act and set aside 1200,000
an tually for provincial aid to main
mails. A "Hood Koads Act" relal -
n .- to minor roads require townships
improving them io submit plans to
the pro, incial authorities and upon
i ppi'oval may issue 50-year debentures
,ei meet the cost, which debentures
ii ay he purchased or guaranteed hy
ihe Provincial governmenl.
'lhe latter plan seems an especially
good one.
iin arid sptnl fir colonization roads
in Northern Ontario the past year,
al,out $830,000, and in bridges about
82.10,000.    Local    municipalities are
-pending each year about 1,100,000
■days of statute labor, and $1,400,000
n c.t-h. In 1911 the expenditure un
der the Highways Improvement Ae-t
was $711,0'.'.0, cf which ihe province
contributed a third.
i, iic'ice has borrow ed $10,'100,000 on
11-year lends, enabling munhipalii -
ies to borrow from lhe fund tor the
Fame lerm on 2 pcr cent, interest.
Throe provincial highways aggregal -
350 miles in length, are being built,
the municipalities paying toward lhc
cost  $1,000  per  mile.
Now Brunswick appropriates annually $100,000 for roads, and will do
even better than that  this year.
Nova Scotia spends a out $2r>0,0'J<3
i nnually, and the countries levy a
siniuie labor tax amounting to about  $250,000.
i rm :• Edward Island, where two
cities are the only municipal organizations, >pends $32,1 00 annually maintaining earth roads.
', h.- fo; a total of 210,''"0 miles of
public highways in the nine provinces
■lie Provincial governmenl expenditures aim.uni io .sill.rllll,( 00 yearly.
Th" Highway Aci as a stimulus to
lead building interesl has caused a
noticeable increase  in local activity.
We are both the oldest, and the
youngest, high grade garment
makers in the Dominion*
The oldest in business age.
The youngest in real enthusiasm, in creative
genius, in the ability to reflect the spirit ot
youth in all our garments.
Let  us   show  you  the   new   spring   styles.
Gro
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e.i-,     who is now
er "A    opl '.itii'ii at
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Pri' ind SOc. per lb.
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tho Principal Lidos In tho World
A ON' n.\L CANKIN.'J  f.Ul,INF83 TltANBACTED
SAVINGS  PANK  DEPARTMENT AT ALL  BRANCHES
interest allowod nt highest curront rnto.
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Good Printing
K If You Want Your Ideas
Expressed as they should be —
Clearly, Forcefully and Attractively   Consult the
Mai!-Heraid   Department
Designs, Suggestions and Estimates free.
Posters, Catalogues, Folders,
Circulars and all advertising
print our Specialty.
Mail-Herald Prices are
Jllways Reasonable
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Xsusutam'mmi'mw>.-Mii*aszit
The B
berol
is a New Record for the Edkon Phonograph
If is not only proof against
injury, but will never he worn
oul  by constant playing
Bul thc mosl wonderful
tiling about thc Blue Amberol is its perfect tone and
the lil' like quality ol
iti repi iduction. In
tl.' i |" 11 alone it
i u pn inr to a ny
other phonograph
record you < an buy. You
must hear a blue Amberol
to appreciate its true
worth, "lour Kdison
dealer will play some
for you on an Kdison
Phonograph. As'c
him today.
Thomas A. Kdison, Inc., 100 Lakeside Ave., Orange, N. J., U.S.A.
A complete line of Edison Phonographs and Records will be found at
JOHN  BINGHAM'S BATURDAY, APRIL 5th, 1913.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGB THREE
There is Now a Market
FOR REVELSTOKE PROPERTY
List Your Holdings With Us
For a Quick Sale
We have the Buyers
If Your Prices and
Terms Are Right.
J. B. Watson Realty Co.
R. R. COLE, Manager.    Local Agency American Casualty Co.
^.
The Revelstoke Boot, Shoe and Harness
Repairing Department
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
MAKERS    OF   FINE   WELT    SHOES
The style, the workmanship and wear
And comfort born of every pair;
Of 20th Century welts that's sold
Will draw new trade, and hold the old.
LADIES' DRESS SKIRTS
Another Shipment to hand of Spring
and Summer Styles in
Voiles,  Panama and Lustre
20 Fer Cent. Discount for Cash
mrs. a. 6. crick,  - first street
Union   Hotel
JUST NEWLY REPAIRED
RATES,
$1.50 PER DAY
Week!, and monthly r.iK's to be arranged.       Meal Tickets, 21 meals for f6.00
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
A. P. LEVESQUE, Proprietor
Laughton C& Tapping, Props.
First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
SAFETY FIRST
IN MINING
INUUSThY
The extent to which electric safety devices have come io be employed
in all branches ol industry is not to
be compared with any similar movement since the introduction of machinery, eays the Edison Monthly. Nor
is  this  io  be  wouderrd at In view    of
Ithe fact that due to ih'se appliaftcos
the elenttni of fatal and inevitable
risk has been entirely removed from
number.-.' of heretofore dangerous aud
difficult occupations,
At   ihe  recent annual  exercisas     of
> the Americnn Museum »f Salely, Thos
'Alva Bdison wa- awarded ihe Rath-
enau Medal for ihe best electrical de-
\i-. of thia nature' produced during ihe
year. The invention to receive this
ieeo,,niion is Mr, Edison's new elec-
iiie- safety lamp, designed especially
for workers In mines.
As every one knows a large percentage of mine disasters has been caused by the explosion of gases. Calas1-
troi.h.'s of this kind w.rc notably Ire-
ilin nt in tlie days of the primitive oil
lamp wiih its open flame, Under smh
conditions a suaden outrush of Inflammable gas from a newly opened
chamber or ore pockel brought its Inevitable ini • ;ii. nc s. Tb:- danger has
In > n !ii:..'i bat. I s ind of late years
by laae.es o: ii ore adequate construction, though positive Insurance gainst
such dangers I.as not b.en made possible until the appearance oi ihe invention alluded to.
Neediest to say, the dominant fciu-
ure if ths lamp i- al solute insulation. Keen in th1 casa of electrical
types immediately preceding th ■   pos-
, slbilily of   i spark at .'list  ihe critical
| moment cul! not ';. • guarded against
The- construction consists of grounding the positive I irmlnal of oiiQ cell
to i s can lh ■ ns ative terminal of
ih,' other cell to Its ean, and then con
nectitv; the two cans lo ether electrically. The battery of two cells so connect: .1 may obvio isly be plac •.', i.i a
st       container withoul   the introduc-
j tion of a iy insulation walls. A twin
coaiu tor i1 sible o d is provided at
one nd with ■, terminal which, when
shoved into the  -ee     t  , n top of ths
jlaite'iy ease, becomes fa tened to it.
in-u h a way that il ian not be disci i,n    i ,i   imt I  the  lock  on   tho  side
[ of tbecas ■ bas I n removed, nnd the
lock lar en lh' ioi withdrawn from
articulation with the eye on the term
inai.   It  Is thi s impi for     the
weareno cai .lis,-, nin' t-
Ing his wire in the nine. The other
ml of tb ■ co .1 i i attached to -ap
lamp and E
The lamp its If i- e u pi .1 with a
r.-!'c t i whieh the miner i^ not able
to tii'per with ihu- exposing the
lamp, w thoul Brsl lisruptlng , sever
able me hanical seal on the flan ;
Th.- I-n- i . of ihe propi r opl leal i on
formation, and unusually think to
give me banh al stren th.
Wheat via Portland
San Francisco, April 2.— The only
i barter reported yesterday waa that
ol the German barque Luna, taken
by M.H. Houser to load wheat on tha
Columbia river for the United Kingdom at 41 shillings' 3 pence.
Tho Luna Is now at Dunkirk. She
arrived al Dunkirk from Tocopilla,
March 4 with a cargo of nitrates. She
is of 10,r>70 net register and capable
ot handling 120,000 bushels of wheat.
More tonnage has been engaged hy
ih.e exporters for handling the coming
nop than was taken in any recent
season so far ahead of when the vessel actually will he needed.
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r "".ic:U*   fnr    CfU'frhs   ard  Colds
..  1.3  i,j   \.:V-:   and £>:is   so rr.vzh r
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
European Plan
Open Day and Night. - Meal Tickets, $6.00
MONTHLY BOARD
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//. J. MtCCI.UY, Frcprittcr.
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Strictly First Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with  Bath
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
m trket affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cignrc     Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
J.    .A-TLBIEIRT     STOnSTE      PEOP
London.  March 27—There hav
: many curious statements in
thi • ■ itro r v over the burning iu.-.s
tion wheth r modern women can ap-
proach in I eautj an 1 perfection of
tion the Venus of Milo, one of
ih'- surprises having b c:i the letter
from an American .ini t declaring
thai Englishwomen aie the most bean
tiful in the worl I.
Five EnglKh girls have ■ ome for-
war I eld -.: I tl b 1111 aauremente
of th-iv figures, In ea-h case, it is a-
serted, these measurements come near
. r tn those of the \ enn- than tb pro
portions of Mi Elsie Scheel of the
i n.ti I Has, wbo started the whole
e ontroversy.
One ol the mont curious letters te-
eeived It from , Frenchwoman, who
has a \enn-' ol Mil" figure, hut is not
at all grateful for it.   She say-:
"Lei in- tell yon thai, though I
have very nearly the measurements of
the Venus de Milo. anl I know it for
years, I am not at all glad ot this, I
will tell you the- rca-on—from the modern point of view. We are living in
the twentieth century and not in the
times of Praxiteles; the features of the
Venus de Milo are not at all those of
the perfect beauty, i.ieaiity changes
with the centuries', like morals do
change.
"The Venus de Milo is, of coUiao,
very beautilul on lur pedestal, but I
wonder if u modern Pygmalion would
fall in love with her. Let mi' add that
measurements mean very little indeed
I shall not go inlo details, but If you
take 100 women with exactly the same
measurements, every 0ne of tnem will
have a diflerent figure. Do not think
me too original  and unartisque."
i' i iV I ' ;: : iH'Si: VND'S BOAST
that she s ' t ibe- only 'best" , ook on
-a ih     He's been patronizing our
IE    RESTAURANT
s-e i.den nml praising our prime roasts,
■     ■, ie ndei lamb, etc., thai lu-r
urii'sii) l.es brought hei  i" our  pleasant     srranged Restaurant.    Our   utenu
!•'■ i re   I,cr.    Nu   wonder  she  smiles
approval.
I.et on   pricei catch her eye and she'll
wonder how we do i'..
WINDSOR   CAFE
\  ii. 'I iJiAKisoN Manager.
111 \
FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL
it innkoa r.o dtlTcrotico what jou Atfura on
pUntlng Mill :';i'-;i nr cun supply you.
mnl wliii ilio Anvit qunlity of nursery stock
ever growo.
AU Irrps, pl.ints, eloei, borrlCB, lliniliBi
evergreen*, rneei. ctct, t»oiti by ui ere guar-
teed
TRUE TO NAME
it will pny you i«> k -t in toiicli with "H-
ff   EVERY PLANTER NKRD8 OUII BOOK-
LANDSCAPE GARDENING
Sc   WHAT TO  PLANT''
32 PAGES,        I (^(STAMPS)
PRASER
lyALL-EY
LlURSERIESLTD
HI RICHARD Mc-COMB,GEM'lM0R
IIbox.a.aldergrove.b.c.
Revelstoke Hardware Co., Ltd
See
thc
Prices
SALE of DISHES
See
the
Prices
Pontraciva Silver-Grey   stock patterns
Cups CK. Saucers Regular $3.00 Doz. This week $2.15
8 in.   Plates
6 in.
5 in.
7in. Large Soups
Oatmeals
Fruit Saucers
Gravy Boats
Cream Jugs
Covered Sugars
Vegetable Dishes
Water Jugs
3.00
2.50
2.00
2.50
2.00
1.50
.65
.50
.75
1.50
.40
2.10
1.55
1.00
1.70
1.25
.90
.45
.30
.55
1.15
.25
91'-piece Set of Above, Regular $22 50,  This Week. $14.50
These Dishes are Semi-Porcelain,  and   the   pattern   is
guaranteed not to rub off.
SEE   OUR   CENTER   WINDOW
Revelstoke Hardware Company, Ltd.
Dealers in Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Paints, Oils, die.
Agents for Minerva Paints and Oxford Ranges.
mnu mr. rava
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%     <& Announcement &
We are now showing the Spring ar.d  Summei
models of
♦ ♦
'uratij Irani
V
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CLOTHES.
Our position is unique.    We are Specialits.    We
devote our entire entire energies to the outfi' I
of young and progressive, mature men.
We handle the better grades of merchandri
this class of trade and aim to give a service I
is refined and courteous.    See this Clothing.   Ti y
them on, and you will be as enthusiastic ns we
McRae Mercantile Ct
The Revelstoke Home o( Society  Ri : : Cl
and U.S. Peti i
-
Head Oi  Ioi
Capital Subscribe ti
Y Capital Paid Up
^ Reserve
<J> Total Assets,
6,000,000.00 £
6,770,00^. o I
6.770,000.00 <J>
$72,00C\< I :. 10 p
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Savfj'..;^: E nl   " • •••..- 0
Deposits of Sl nu.l upward,   .           i. and  '•■.     •,■■;. V
ourrent rate from dato of de| P
nevotiiioko Branch—A, %. MoClen oghs      .-.». 9
6 ooo oooocvooooof w> < yo oooo o 00-6
WHITE STAR - DOMINION UAI
ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS SAILING EVERY SATURDAY
From Montreal, Quebec, Liverpool
LARGEST  STEAMERS  FROM  CANADA
New S.S. Laurentic. (15.000 Tons'. .New S.S. Meganlic
First-Class—$92.50.      Second   (53.75.     Third   (82.50
S. S. Teutonic • • S. S. Canada
582 feet long. ">14 feet long.
Carries Only One Class Cabin   II  $50.00 and Up
and Third Class $31.25 and Up.
FOR SAILINGS AND ILLUSTRATED BOOKLETS APPLY
COMPANY'S   OFFICES
EI9 Second Avenue, Near Cherry St, Seattle
A. Q. BROOKER, 0. P. Ry.  Passenger Agei\t, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
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THE MAIL-HERALD,REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,  APRIL Sth,  1913.
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April 1st., 1913
We are inaugurating a   new   system in
our business which is going to benefit    \
cash customers.
WORTH YOUR WHILE
to pay cash and pet a discount on your
purchases of . . .
IO Per Cent.
New Goods.   New Display
THIS   SPIXIAI,   OFFER
For every dollar spent we will give you
a 25c. Bottle of Furniture Polish.    Just    |
what you want tor house cleaning time.
Empress Itatre
REVELSTOKE
Saturday, April lEtb
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,913   NEW MILLINERY     ^
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All   Goods Marked   in   Plain   Figures
BOURNE BROS., LIMITED
Firsl Street, Revel toke, Tel. No. 22
S3
Choice G ocerii ;,   Fruit,   Vegetables
1 i iy, . ced ..;; I i 'oultry  Supplies
Heating Stoves
Kool     iy' Ganges
Saskal os
iac es
1        n tirg Goods
- :kery,
I i
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.... LIMITE]
SDccial  patriotic exhibition  un
ele i-    ih"     alls] lees  and    pL'i'B.jnul
patrona e of     NW Wotshlp    the
Maun nl Vail olivi'i', th,' com-
mun.iiii.; olUcurs of the Sixth
Duke of Connaught's Own Urni
niuu, lhe Tind Hcnforth Highlander* il Canada, the Doughtors
of tin- EmpU'B, aii-'l other organt-
,-.ai ions,
li demonstrates th ■ strength of
Gi it Britain as a son power in
lho  mosl   ■ imviii in;  way.
'Iin- serl rl of pictures will
prove deeply interesting to every
Hi iti-li sui jr. i. and 1 arti ularly
at  ilie- ; ie mmiii juncture,
The production is absolutely
inm 1 uiil li al, and is 1 hn finest
I ,- tonal n|iie-s. nia ion of the
• 'i.a m t  10. i • ni' tin- hour.
our i-jiii Ire Navy exhibition is
a unique «■.■ > i.>- ui Bpecial and ex-
1 Wi;. u' mov ing pictui ms illuatial
ins; liie in eh' navy in peace uiul
in war, | 1. cui il.iy method • ot
training bo'.h officers ami nam,
tlu' na\ y im 1 ai-iiu for war, the
navy actually a' w r. all elo-
cjuently do;rrib ■ I in i'i iture 1 ml
in lecture.
'I here aro len parts to ihe
production, a- io 1 .,«•-:—1, The
hn.. Vein, leaves his \ it!n ■,•■ hom •-.
2. ili- Training i.f Our Empire
Navy; 3, Instruction in Naval
Wai fare; I, Th ■ Buil ling oi a
! n adno i. lit: •".. \ Ci uise on a
l.al lie hip; i, " i'l o. i inl ni;. i oi-
dial '". 7. Qlimps ! of 111.' i'. i
man Mi nm.-"; v, - lur Rni i"
Navy Prepi rin • f r War; 9,
"An.' Help W nt -1." Kin; ire's
Rei ly;i    10, Oi Navy at
War.
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and following days
Our
Millinery   Opening
for 1913
MISS CALL, who ln-i j ist ratnrne 1 from Extern
M.irkeU, his visited thi different Wholesale
Millinery Openings in Toronto, Chicago and Winnipeg.
You can depend upon the very Latest Spring
Styles for 1913.
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Engagement Extraordinary
nlISS VERNA FELTON
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Including the Royal Hungarian String Quartet      ~£
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Change  of Play Nightly
Opening with
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Romance of the Underworld.
POPULi
n Sale
PRICES
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Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -   Rovelstoke, B. C
befoi '      '"ar nut-
lit   eef  working   clothes
for the bush.   I make a
laity    of    Logging
Shot".. PanU. Sox, Shirtr,
Blankets ana everything
require lin MMlfbUH IneM. SATURDAY, APRIL  5tb,  1913.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGE FIVH
All During March There
Wi.l be Plenty of Bargains Displayed in This
Store, Watch for Them
Revelstoke's Department Ston
C. £. Jfume $ Co.. limited
Watch Our Windows for
Special Lines and Bargains During March and
Look at Price Tickets.
Hair Ornaments
Nmw Lol of Luelios' a ,.l    children's1    Hair   Ornaments,
and Hnir Oombs and Bareltes   al  10c to $5.00
Ladies' Undergarments
Ladies' N.-w Bpring ruder Garments, in Pine Cotton,
and la .' Knll Qood . Wr have a Special just now.
nil iz.s. Porous or A i-ii Knil Vests at Three for (INK
DOLLAR, or each 35o
Children's Wash Dresses
A I.ol of t hii In' Was'.l Dresses have i ome our way at
n price we can give you a real Bargain in these, They
,, lol of German aid French Made Dresses to fit
Children Ono to Five y ars. You know tho cood waeh-
.11- kind we always sil. Th y wore assorted prices up
;..  $2.00.   > our  choice f thc  lot at each   90m
Sewing Cottons
v-   always sell  Standard   Sewing   Cotton   at Six 200
ools  for  25e   or  Per  Dozen    50--
Best Friday Bargain Yet
100 Fine Middy and Sailor Blouses and
Waists for Misses and Ladies. They are
worth $1.75 and S2.00 apiece. Take a
look at them in the window and get
your share of the plunder	
eyai
Ine Dollar
New Lot of Embroidery
New l.oi of Embroidery Threads, Roman Silk Pii -,
Colored D. M. O., White IJ. M. C, White Peri Lu-ta,
Colored Cotton Pirle New Linens ami Scrim for Embroidery   work.
Royal Society Embroidery
Royal Society Embro.dery Work In Packages. By a
Lucky purchase we have rome urn po ession of a
quantity of thi-< Beautiful Fancy Work In Packages.
Some, in Colored Win-, on Linen, smh us Centre Pieces,
Cushions, Drapes, Kt-.. and others are White Work on
While Materials sirh as Caps, shields, Coats, Ladies'
Night Gowns, Corset Covers, Etc Bach Package contains an Article Mam '.I in Designs and enough thr-ads
to rompleto, with inai net imi-. We hav... already sold
a lot of these and thy are giving ent'iv satisfaction.
Vnu can buy them at the same price here a-'in Chicago
and    New York    35c.    to $1.25
Scotch Gingham
New Lol of Scotch Ginghams, righl trom the 'Old
Country." The Fam us Wa-bwell brand, full 30in.wide.
An immense assortment of lovely tints' and colorings,
Lindon Greens, CadetElue, Salmon Pink Sale Hlue.
Heather Browns, at  15>'
s Furnishing Department
>: WERE'S another three-button Style for
Spring that exhibits refinement, style
and goncl taste.
The fact that it is the 20th Century Brand
ill  guarantee that it is finely tailored
and will give satisfaction.
.    OUR    LINE     OF    BLUES   AND
BLACKS IN THIS MODEL
rices, $22 to $30.00
We Arc Exclusive o4gents.
CHRISTY'S  HATS
The real new ones in soft and  stiff hats—nothing
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extreme, but up to the minute.    Not only can we
fit any sized head,  but we ean  suit any  face and
send our customers away satisfied.    Let  us show
you the new wide brimmed stiff hats from $3.00
^j.UOand the nobby soft hats, all colors, from
$2.75 to $5.00 Each
We are Sole Agents for the City
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Pure Clover Honey
Pure Clover Honey
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A Fresh Assortment of
MARMALADES
Crosi and Blaekwells 7 and ■! Pound Tins,
and  Blaokwells land 2 Pound Class Jars.
Is.all imi  7  nnd   I   Pound  Tin .
K-iiiei   I Pound Gla • Jarq.
Robertsi as 7, l and 2 Pound Tini.
Ohlvers Orange, Big and Lemon in clan Jars.
Uol   it oni   Tangerine, Pineapple, dinner in glas-   jam.
Try Our Canned
Fruits
Tn hea ,    . ispberries,  Oher-
Qi en   .. -   Plums, Lombard Plums, Peaches and
in 2 Pound Tins.
Pie Fruits  in Gallon     Tins— Pumpkin,    1
. '.l,.;harb and Mums.
Evaporated Fruits
New  and   fr'tc b  Peach*,  Pcnu,  Apples  Kirs  and
Prunes
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Corn Syrup..
Sardines	
3 Packages for 25c
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     3 Tins, 25c
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House Furnishing Department
Reduction Sale on Carpel  Squares   still   on.    Do not wa
VERANDAH  SCREENS   Something <   ■ rhey will
keep out the sun and a1 the same time let the air in.    We have them in all
Sizes and colors.
WALLPAPER   We carry a complete stock and can  pii
We also handle Beds, Mattresses,  Comforters, Pillows, Curtain Shades,  Curtain Rods, Linoleum, Carpet Sweepers.   Goods and Prices are Uik'ht. FAGE SIX
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, APRIL 5th, 1913.
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OYSTERS, SPRING CHICKENS
IMPERATOR AND SHAMROCK
HAMS   AND BACON   a Specialty.
I  P. BURNS & GO., Limited
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J      DISTINCTIVE CUT GLASS
Vases, Bowls, Comports,
Manufactured by "Libby"
BE NOT DECEIVED
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Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros.
Props.
First-Class in all
respects.
All Modern
Conveniences
RATES. $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Rates
REVELSTOKE, D. G.
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BTJT
It is always hot in the plunge at Halcyon Hot Springs,
whose natural hot medicinal waters are the most wonderful healtl) restorer on the Continent- Our.record of cures
of rheumatism and other chronic complaints is unequalled
and verified by our gratified patrons. Located among the
gn '. sat scenerj of Canada, easy of access,—the Sanitarium is luxuriously fitted and finished for comfort and
convi :' guests.
Hnlcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm.BOYD, Proprietor.
Halcyon. Arrow Lakes
NOTICK
D. Company 102'id, Reg. R. M. R ,
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February 14th    "   28th.     "
March 14th.        "   28th      "
April 11th. ■'   25th.     "
R. M, R. Dance Committee
C H. Brock. Chairman.
March Jlst
HOT CROSS BUNS
March 218t
A   FEW    SPECIALS    FOR    EASTER
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Box 71
L. E.GRIFFITHS
Hay, Grain and Feed
Office :
Cumming's Transfer Co.'y
Second  Street
G. W. HALL,
Manager
CHURCHILL
ON THE
EMERGENCY
London. April 1—Hon. Winston
Chin-chill's statement in tho House
of Commons last nigeht means that
should 'he Canadian Parliament not
confirm Premier Borden's oiler ot
three Dreadnoughts at n cost of $3o,-
1)00,000, ov seriously delay the voting
of that sunt, tho Imperial Parliament
must lil! in the nap in order to moot
the grave Impending moiiaco which
the hit!■ -1 developments of tho German polie-v make evident to eVOry-
one'.
,i. Poster ii'msei', the parliamentary
writer for the London Standard gives
the following account of tho position
as mirrored In the House of Common-  In -1   niuht;
"Hon,  Winston  Churchill    compared
the navies of Germany and Bi-iiaiu to
show   that   iii   1915   we  will  have      n
in plus  of  over   the sixteen    to      ten
standard and at a later date probably
eight ship-, in advance of the German program."
"'lhat Includes live ships which
you -aid would rot lie included, in -
tiiTiipie.l Arthur 11. Lee, member for
South Hants and formerly on th« ad
miratty board, from the front opposition ben- h
"CbU"Chill  replied that it  would bo
possible  to exclude the New  Zt aland
Australia and    Malay    Stales     ships
without falling  below the sixty     perl
cent  standard  of  superiority   in   1915-'
191'G, in ihai y> ar maintaining iu com-j
pari-on with Germany,    t'he sta idard
of throe  io iwo.
"In somo waters theie will be
Him., in inghis available for Merviee In
all w iters adjacenl to the British Empire. Thai was where the value of
the pro pos .1 ihr ■■ Oanadian ships
would come In, making nine or ten
ships available for Empire Use, it
t h i -■ v. ere - ban es in ih • m alter -
ian an or I 'a ilie situation.
"The three Canadian   hip-
■   re H red,   however,
eial de fen e-  of the   Empire,
gether apart from   England they  would
play  a real  rob' in  Imperial    defeoce.
If    they are     not to be forthcoming
steps will have to betaken to fill   in
" and  the    'rain  of    he  i.m-len,
will have to be placed mi othi rs,
Hoi     .'.-••   Churchill, fully   ap
o ng on in   Canada, and ea o   el  Cat ida
in     K       i      I     -■       nun   I  anl     rebuked    '                • ,        who said   ■    :•
would  I e unwise and
would  b-  absolute -
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The Signature
On Our Policy
means that in case of BCcidettl you
will have no need to worry about
money matters,
Accident Insurance
inc.ms that for every vveel- that you
are actually Bick as u result of an
accident, the company will pay sou
a certain sum of money according to
the amount of the p'dley you take
out and the premium you pay. You
Insure everything else, why not insure yourself against accidents. Vour
health and safely are the most important asset ymi possess,
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, Ltd.
A. I-'.. Kincaid, Manager.
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IF-Pi
YOU WANT TO
BUY OR SELL :
LAND
A HOUSE
A BUSINESS
FURNITURE, &c.
We ean  help yon '
Just advertise in the
KEVEISTOKF MAIL-HERALD
The exclusive advertising
medium for this district.
Everybody will see your advertisement and the cost is only
10c  Lino    Minimum Charge, 25c
BEWS   DRUG  STORE
Brownie's $l to $..00
Folding Brownie's $5 to $12
Kodaks $1D to $65
Winter or Summer
You Can Kodak
BEWS  The ^^^^ More
It—W—B
REDUCTION IN ELECTRICAL FIXTURES
Are you wanting any Electrical Work Done ?
If so, call at the Revelstoke Plumbing t&
Sheet   Metal  Co.'s Store, Connaught Avenue.
A. G. DUOK
ELECTRIC   SUPPLY   STORE
riione 281
Night l'leuK- elo
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W.  H.  WALLACE,   M.B.O.S.A.
ARCHITECT
Box 203, Telephone 313, RevelBtoke
i Mi'.   '   ,  McCARTER
A.\U PINKHAM
Barrlitei -
Imperial  Bank  Bu val-
atoks, B,
Mi i -ia,
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Cranbrook, B. O.
•'■' tartar,
y   M. Pinkham, J. A   Hcrvey
Revelatoke, Or* ibi ook
Howson C&> Co., Ltd.
Furniture, Carpets and Linoleum at Eastern Prices, Freight
cyidded.
Howson CBb Co., Ltd.
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1 UNO HAM'S   MUS
McKENZIE AVE. Revelstoke.
KTO.UK
Phone 262.
Married by Force
OBRT      VI        BEGBIE,    No. »4S1.
OF I. O.  K.
MeeU m 1. 0, 0 P. Hall next to
rapplng'i ipera Hoi ie every aecond
and fourth Monday in month. Vielt-
tij b • ly  welcomed.
H.  V.   MORGAN, C.  R.
"•    RON,   Rec.-8ec.
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who
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'I      |.l' Tl'       Mil-      II,,, I
rlago,    \ ■' ■ i 'orniv rt'i-nm tfea     op
poaing partial  were i -'      ind
ofl Inr   now railing T• 11 tin
groom   n   riumpfa to bar hmnn      Inl
Kllih Karl.
< every     Tli I"-..- lay evrning   In
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MATHIE   Bee.
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I'KMi'i.K     Oddfallowa'     Hall
« .1 i,    .a   narb   ine.nth
a'  «. . VintiDg brathren     are
ally   welcome
J. HI HAMILTON, W. M.
A   O, BROOKBR, Bwrotary.
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RKrRESKNTATlVK
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musical instruments of ai.i. kimis
i-:vi:kytiiin<:   in  music
Take advantage of an exceptional opportunity. Call at BINCHAM'3 MUSIC
STORt and inspect the- large Btock oi Mandolines, Violins, Cuitars, Aonord-
eons, Piccolos, Flutes, Multi-Flutes, Harmonicas, Sheet Music, Albums,
Player P'aiio Rcl's, Shk Piano Drapes, Etc, Selling ;it Kasterti I'ri
Edison Phonogrnplis and Vint- r Crnmophones with Cood Stock ct Records.
Also .'50 Edison Wax Records Belling at 40c. to clear. (Usual price, 6Sc) \
foi Catalogue of the New Edifon Blue Seal Un'rcakable Records.
Come Early and Gat First Choice.
Piano Tuning and Repairs a Specialty.
O. w. t>. w.
»n,ii'i,n   Vi.w   Onp,   No.   M»-
VlMte  Hfrf.nel    arnl      Fourth   Wednea-
daya    In  each   month   in    Halkirk
Hall.      Viaitlng  Woodmen  are
cordially Invited to »t.'#nd
1AMI.H   MrlNTYRH,  O.O,
II   W   K.DWAItDS, Olerk.
RKVKI.HTOKK I.OYAI. ORDBR
MOOBB No.  10U
Meeta     every  llret and third Tuesday   In   fMdfe.lowe    Hall.       Viaitlng
hrethern  cordlAllj  lavited  to attend.
K.   Rdwarde,  Dictator.
H.  I..  Haug,  Becretary.
WHITE PEOPLE
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Re reasonable! Don't send vour hard-earned money
to China! Remember, we are here to do your work and
wc employ local white labor only. Be progressive, and
have your washing done by the West Kootenay Steam
Laundry.   Regular collector and delivery sorvice.
WEST KOOTENAY STEAM LAUNDRY
Phone 80
EARL BARRACLOUGH, Manager.
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.
Manufaeturers of Aerated Waters
WINES
LIQUORS
CIGARS
Agents for Calgary Beer SATURDAY, APRIL Sth,  1913.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGE 9EVHM
DoubIe=Track on C.P.R.
REVELSTOKE CITY
AND DISTRICT
Facts Concerning Our Home Town.-—Geographic Centre of
British Columbia.--Vast Mineral and Timber Wealth
Throughout Surrounding Country. -Homes for Thirty
Thousand Prosperous oAgriculturists.—Scenic Attractions.—Industrial Possibilities.
Go where yon will, you will And no  This land is capable of supporting   a
better located point for tbe site of a  rural population of 30,000 people.
„     , ,  ,       ... „„,.i„'    Extensive and varied mineral     do -
Oily than Revelstoke.   It is as neaily .
i posits aiv known to exist in the neigh
as possible in the centre of that great | borhoml) am, await aevelopment.
section of Uritish Columbia extending
for a length of 3.r)0 miles between lho
Crow's Nest and B.O. Southern rail -
wuy systems to the south and the
routes of the Grand Trunk Pacific
and Canadian Northern railways to
the north.
Prettily situated on the Columbia
River where it is crossed by the main
line of tbe Canadian Pacillc Railwuy,
Cradled and beautiful scenes of
mountain anii gla.-.or, forest-clad hiil
nnd vale, river stn am and lake; favored with an quable climate. Rovolstoke N one of the moBt picturesquely located of Canadian cities and an
ideal town in which lo make a homo.
It is well lighted, has a high pressure supply of pure water which can
lee extended to meet any future requirements, good drainage and sewer-
Ono of the finest stretches of Roek Ballasting on tbe entire 0. P. R.
ByBtetn is the .sixty-live miles which bas just been eomplotod east from Vancouver. The work has been pronounoed by railway experts to be second to
none on thc North American Continent. The accompanying view gives a
splendid Idea of what the completed Road bed is The ballast which is
Crushed Hoik from the O.P.R. Rook Crushing Plant ai Nieomen is placed
in tho centre of tbe track and on the lies by centre-dumping, hopper-bot -
torn cars. The track is then lifeled ael the rock bollast tamped into place
between the ties. The crushed roek tiiil'r the ties averages from eight to
tin inches in thi.-kne-s. This type of ballast in ideal for a wet climate as
it is readily drained nnd easily niaint'iin,r.;l in good lin.' and surface. Ex-
pe-it- declacc that ihis type of ballast n2 increases the comfort of the traveler greatly. Miles of crushed rock I nH.i-'t are lieing laid on. C.P.R. lines
Por tweniy-four miles oul ol Vancouver thu main line of the C.P.R. is
double-tracked and in operation. Sixty miles of double track i-onstruction
work is in progress now and of this twenty-five miles from New Wrstmin-
t-r Junction to Mis-ion vvill be completed by May. The remainder of the
.".istan-e from Mission Junction to R'hy Oreek will be tinish.'d by early
fall. When tbis double truck work is completed and tbe line ballasted with
cruahed rock there will be no finer pine oi rail line in the country.
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SYNOPSIS   OK  COAL  MINING
REGULATIONS.
Conl mining rights of tbe Domiuion
in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Al-
berta,    tbe    Yukon    Territory,
por-
EXAMINATIONS    FOR   LICENCING
SCALERS.
On Amil  1st examinations ior licencing Scalers vvill he held by the Board
I of Examiners at the Edgewood Lum-
I ber Company's sawmill at Ca-tlegar,
'as provided in Part VIII of the" For-
North-west Territories and in a F««-|est Arl • For furtnei. ,)al.tjcUlars ap-
tion of the Province of British Col- ■ piy t0 T. W. Mouat, Assistant Sup-
umbia, may be leased lor a term of ervisor of Scalers, Nelson, B.C., or
twenty-one years at an anuual rent- <o the Chief Forester, Vietoria, B.C.
v.„a   m„^» m.„ ! 1st Istaue Mnr. 29 lt.
sl    of     <1 an acre.   Not    moro than
acres will  be leased  to one ap- j
plicaut. FORT     GEORGE,   thc new  payroll
Application for lease must be made   (ity;  openings for business and    pro-
,.      ,   .     „_.„_    ,„    ti,0   I'-sioiial men of all kinds;    also ear-
by   tbe  applicant,  in  person
Agent or
in which  the rights _
and eloor lactone-, and every kind of
•ituuteil. I , ....        ,  ,
, business.   Une  bun lred     million  dol -
Tbe lease will include the coal m.a- ! ^ ^ ^ ^.^^ in tbe       nexl
lag rights only,  but the lessee    may i ^ fowrrallwaya now under
be permitted to purchase whatever L.on8tl.uction t0 Fort Qeorge, which
available surface right! may be con-   f ^ ^ ^^ as ^ ^.^ ^^
Bldered necessary  for  the  working  of  |(ntro and ^  |0(.,uion of ^ pM.
the mine at the
acre.
t.o    the
Sub-Agent of the district   ''n,,,s'      builders',   bricklayers,  brick-
applied for     «re  5
age, high-class    educational  Institu -
It is also the junction with the main Uong ,n  (h(,  Wfty of pubUo &Ri hign
line of the Arrowhead and Kootenay schools, a Y.M.C.A. with a well-
Railway, which connects with the pal- equipped gymnasium, two public parks
atial steamers of the C.P.H.  on    the brir grounds,  race track,   magnificent
.   ,             .     ...    .,     r, o  an,, summer     park    on Mount Revelstoke
Arrow Lake's and with the B.C. Sou- '          "
, connei ted  with the city by rail, nice
them. Columbia and Western, Crow s homeg and gardongj and in fact     all
Nest Pass and  Great  Northern  Rail- tlll,  m0aerf.  conveniences that go   to
way systems to the south. make a  town attractive from a rosi-
As the construction of the     Grand dential     point of view.   (The     great
,   _    .-         .  „       ..       vi    ,i.,„ summer     und    tourist resorts of   the
Trunk Pacific and Canadian Nonhern
Rocky Mountains are  within a     few
railways  to the  north proceeds,    and ^^ ^^   GoQd  fishlng fflay     be
lhe?e systems become extended     into |,nl ;„ nmny 0f the adjacent streams
the Canoe River valley and the terri- and lakes.   Hunters will  find here re-
tory tributary to the Big Bend of the tons of big game with reliable guidea
(lt  Call
Columbia, thev must see'.t connections "
Ono of the most valuable assets   of
with the south, nnl Reve ■ oie w.ll be ^ ^^ Jg .^ ^^   Jt .. c(jm.
the  point  of  junction  of   thi   railway pttratl*ely mild, equable according to
systems of the future with thoso     of tbe seasons, salubrious, bright      and
today as they traverse the great val- sunshiny  throughout the  greater part
...           ,:,„„.  „.,j  .,.„ ,f of the year.   The heat is not excess-
levs     whieh     ra.nate i ast aad west, J
ive in midsummer; tho evenings      are
north and south from this city     as ^.^  pl(,aSRllt,y  ooq|    The   winter[)
their common centre. n,.e not extreme, the temperature  ra-
While Revelstoke thus occupies     an rely falling below zero, and then not
exceptionally     strong     rosition as a exceeding ten degrees below for a lew
_                                    ,u    ,         „,;,! days in  midwint'-r.   The  natural  monadic  emporium,  its  outlook  is  still "-                                       ...    ...
ist ure  is  sufficient to make  irrigation
brighter from un industrial and man- nrn,.irss;iry_   A  more   „racing  atm08.
ufacturing point of view.     There  are phere ;( WouId he difficult to find.
1,000 miles of timber on the Columbia The Government records  show sum-
River and its tributaries north of the mer and winter ranges of temperature
city.   The expenditure involved in the as fol,OVTs:.
Summer— Julv. 1909. Maximum S9 deg
conversion ol  this timber into a mar- JuJy m% ^^ ^ degj.  July ig09
ketable produ.-t will not fall far short Min,m        w a        Jul     1909   Mean
of $275,000,000.                                            | 49 dffK
Water power is plentiful in the vicin winter—January, 1910,  Maximum,   40
ity, the city having     harnessed     one fleg. Jan  1910| ^taxi, 27 deg.; Jan
stream     to a capacity of 1.S0O horse 1919| Minimum, 12 below zero, Jan.
power,  which  is offered for industrial \\,\f\l  Mean   17above zero,
purposes at  low rates. Precipitation—Summer,  1909,   2.32  in.
In the valleys tributary to Revel- rain: Winter, 1910, 1.11 in. rain; win
stoke are al o it a quarter of a mill on ter, 19)0, 22.20 in. snow.
acres of land of good quality, and The altitude of Revelstoke is 1,400
which, when cleared of timber and feet abovs sea level, nnd it is sub-
cultivated, is well adapted for iruit- io.-r to Pacific Coast winds influence,
growing, poultry farming, dairying a guarantee of moisture and mildness
stock raicing, and general agriculture. varied  with  fine and  sunny  w»athcr.
rate of     $10.00     an
m nger divisions and terminals   where
:-iie.i- and manufacturing plants   will
lu Burveyed territory (be land must   ,.. |0(.ue,i.   Eleren railway- are build
lee described by sections, ur legal
BUb-dlvisloni of sections, and in uu-
surveyed territory the tract appliod
ill be staked ou: oy the ap -
plicaut  himsolf.
!■: id . pll tart ni i ' be accompanied by a fee of Js which will I.e refunded if the rights applied for are
not available,  but not otherwise.   A
ing or proj eted to Fort George which
will be tho distributing point and
eintie- of one hundred million acres oi
rich agricultural, timber, mineral and
coal lands In Central Northern liii'.ish
Columbia and the Peace river dlstriet
tne thousand miles oi navigable wat-
11 ways em which Beven teamboatsare
already   plying   from  Foit   Geo-.-'
y     shall    be paid  "ii  tbe mer- i heap electric  power and cheap  coal.
chantable output  of the mine at tbe ! School, churches, hospital, public hall
rate of flve cenu per ton. waterworks,     and    a'.l   conveniences.
Tin- person ..p. rating tbe mine shall Thousands of constru tion men.   now
turn -b the Are,.! with sworn reti cn the   ground.   Vou .-an secun       a
ting for tho full quantity     of ■' Ines       enln    now.   Don't delay.—
antable cual mined and pay the Offldal information   •                 N'atur-
royalty thereon.   If the coal mining al Resour.es Security Company, Ltd.
rights are not being operate.!.    HUch i (Joint Owners and Sole Agents      for
,   furnished  at  i   •*'■ I   "   George Townsite).     Bdmonton,
once a year.
For full    Information    application
pbould be made to tho Secretary of
the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to the Agent or Sub-Agent
of pominion  Lands.
W. Vi. OORY,
Alta.. 403-104 Moser Ryder Hlk.i Kort
Q or , B.C., central Avenue. Address or call Van ouver Office, 624,
Vancouver Block, Vancouver- B. C.
I  t   Iss.  M.29,  2w.
NOTICE TO  CONTRACTORS.
Poultry Pays    !
During his leisure hour- Rev. F. R.
Peacock, of Earls Hoad South Van -
couver, devotes some time to poultry
raising and he has favored us with a
statement of what a half dozen Bufl
Orpingtons did in one year, 1911-12.
Total number ot eggs laid, 1270, or
an average of 211 2-3, or 17 2-3 doz -1
ens per hen.   On a basis of     45o por
do ni. this would amount 10 $47.70.  j
These same bens batched out     and
d     HJ young  stock    (13 roosters
1 n.l  20  pullets).   Rating   roosters  at
75c. .1 piece and one-halt    thc pullets
a1   81 25  and  one-hall  at   $1.00  we.uld
make  the   young  stock   worth   $31.75,
Total   receipts are  $79.25.   As for  ex. 1
—feed  for     total   stock,   -;S3.r>0,
bi.ti in.,   -",   laving  balance  of Jll.95
e.i  an average per hen of $0.99.
While  no   individual  count  waBkepti
yet  .,  few  tliincs may be noted.        In'
1911,     they laid    i 'I eggs.      Ini
Mar h,   158  or  within 10  oi  the  pos -
•-.    In oiv week of March  thoy laid j
- r wiihin 2 of the possible.
'.ne.
LIQUOR   ACT,   1910.
:   772M cUtyM
'i&CG/i£-?~/uiC
DYOLA
ONEDYE^AUaKIH-JS      i |
■■■» —m
lt'» the CL&ANBST, SIMPLEST, md Bl STHOMI
!»■> :.   one <■:"> boy»»Why you don'l •vanhiva m
know what RINDol Cloth yourCoodi in mtdi
itukoi nr«' [mpo«ilblB<
s nd f"f l !»•■• Color Curd, .''tory  Booklol. mi.I
Dookli 1 giving retiilti of Dyeing over other colon.
Tho JOHNSON-RICHARDSON CO., Limited,
Montr,!,!. Cn. tl 1
F.    G.    BURRSDGE
Patronize
Local
Industry
GET YOUR
WE PRINT
Letterheads - Billheads - Cards
c7VIenus - Envelopes - Programs
Books and Booklets - Loose Leaf
cAccount Forms Ball Programs
Wedding Stationery Memoriam
Cards - Lumber Forms     Tags, Etc.
Agents for famous
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Tinder- vvill be received by the un-
der Igned, until noon March 29th, 1913
lor Clearing Iti^lit of Way on lho Ar-
rowlake Subdivision, M.M.-O. to Arrowhead, and on the shuswap Sub-
livl ion, M.B.-O. to M.B. 16.
Specifications may be obtained at
the office of iho nivi ion Engineer.
II. II. Wnlli.'iii, AetR. Divn.
fflngdneer, orM.K. McQuarrle
Resldenl  Engineer H.'Vi'Utoko
Int. Issue Mar.  12.  3w.
Tenders will be received by the un-
dersigned up to April l'eih, for Rais-
ii"; th    ! Block Eighteen   (IS)
In he
R.  TAPPING.
Adveni.se! Advertise!
Oo forth in haste with hrti-h and
1 a'I. proclaim to all reatlon, that
men are wise who advertise in tbi-
enlightened  Nation.
Wi   t'n bj  ii. Tapping.
la hereby given that, on the
.-ih  diy  of     April  next, application
..!! be made to the Superintendent of
I rovincial Police for the transfer    of
b" licence for the sale of liquor    by
retail in and upon the premises known
the Lnke View Hotel, situate   at
Arrowhead,   Uritish    Columbia,1 from
Chapman k Irvin, to Chapman    and
Smith, of IlritMi Columbia.
Dated  this M  day of April, 1913.
CHAPMAN nnd IRVIN,
Holder of I.ir-ence.
Qi e   T. Chapman and N. B, smith
Applicant  for  Transfer.
Tinsmith Repairs, Mot Air, Pipe
and Furnace work
—WORK   SHOP-
Connaught Ave.   -   Revo!*toke
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer     Draying
Handling Pianos a  Specialty
Phone 42   -    Night Phone 85
$60.00 Cash
cTVIAIL-HERALD
has new type and printing machinery. Our stock
gf printing papers is large
and well selected.
THE INTERIOR
PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
REVELSTOKE, B. C. f>AGR EIGHT.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, APRIL 5th,  1913.
LOCAL AND
\ GENERAL t
W.   .1.  Slnndcn
is in the city.
if Kindrsley, Sask.,
li
I,   All
W.   lb \v;tt,  of    Winnipe -.  i
R,  McGregor of  Vancouver i
h otaiag  over the city.
Mr .   Mi-Kyle   ol   I'..maplix.   C;
on ihe south train Thursday.
C.  W. While of Vancouver, is
acting business bore this week.
1 I'lUlS-
. Lang
h.- city
and wife oi Lothbrl'dge, are
Kd.  Hillman
•:..  city.
resident  oi  Beaton,
Mt
.-
mi,I  Mrs,  .1.  I.
.!■   in  town.
Notley,  ,ei Kam
1
.i ■
md i.
own.
Iii'i-v
Vai
i, M.
ilali       '   ■ ., iei    vi
...   last.
JI.
v..
,i
,   ft'h   •   Drive,  City
*da>',   M"'il  "
Sam I,. Bryant the well known Van
couver real estate man is iu  the city.
i
Mrs,  Estey  of  Chase,  paid      Kevel -
stoke a visit  Un- mi,Idle of  ibis  week.
Arthur Corson, of the Forest Mills,
l.til.. at 'rin.-,'  Valley, is in the city.
.I.e. Becker ol Sicamous, came in on
jesterday's     early     passenger io   do
la    a -  -   in   thi-   cily.
Mr-. Rhodes and Mrs. Walter Hi!'..
of Ko ;ei B I a S, Wei-- hopping iu i bu
city last  Wednesday.
John I.-.', purchasing agent far the
Forest Mills, Ltd., made aii official
visii i<ii ati aiid Three Valley ihis
week
April ISth, is thc dale fixed for the
hii; dance of the Ladies Auxiliary to
the 13. ol I..  E.   Remember (he date
A few more bargains at Howson's
n e.elel chairs, couches, etc., left over
from   their  big  sale.
Miss B. McMahon has opened up a
■;i.li, dressmaking establishment with
headquarters over the Mcltae Block,
\ie-Ken.'ie avenue, Revelstoke. plain
sewing for ladies and children. Ladle s own materials mad-' up.
GALT COAL—Not just as good, but
lho real article. -The Revelstoko
ii-umi al Agencies, Ltd.
The flrst Canadian contingent that
went to tbe Boer war were insured for
$1,000,000 in the Ocean Accident and
Guarantee Corporation. The Revel-
stoke Fire Urigndes are also insured
In this company. The special agent
for this company is ChaB. M Field —
Best policy in the market issued to all
especially to railroaders.
Only four companies settled their
losses in lull in ihe San Francisco
earthquake and lire, of which the London Assurance Corporation was one.
This company paid out $7,000,000 iii
! thai   disaster,  their  policies arc  writ-
SALES and WANTED
nii. iim'
Minimum 2!k
TO RENT—Modern House -and Furniture for Sale. Apply Box 'JU, Revelstoke, B.O. I
WANTED—A hoy about 16 years of
age to work in Printing Ollice. Ap-
ly to Mail-Herald.
SOCIAL AND    <>
PERSONAL S
WANTED—By a young English lady,
somo employment. AddresSj Box
86, Malakwa, B.  O.
M
•s.    Ill
iny
Hay
,  has
returned from
a  b
jliday
at
Kcl
3wna
VI-
iting      hor
s'on.
Ri
v.  Mi
. Cl
ave
went
to
Vancouver
Ibis
week
nnd
iu
-.\|li-CtCil
back    next
Tuesday.
.   II     H       Iton   will   r.ot     re-
i .  \ i. i. 1 Bth.
A. I'.,.. from
i... I   :    nt be city.
H.   McKinl y  ni Golden,
laj mornins
Ti ro
I,. Lonouitto of
the long irip in
hi re  Friday,   He
ward.
\ ii ara Fall , made
it ivel stoke, ii 11'. Ing
is at  the  King  fid
s'. Arm
I - -
stre
:  \ an ouvei, e\ i   no
i    ... t 'i bin   lay.
11.   Rt tl ii t ol ' ' ui,       an.l
.1.   a    M -1 on .1   of  Vi tm i,.  ari   In
i-.,-      ol   Kamloop:.  cai
bound   train
R
An  Important   n e iting of tho  Pro
gross club will la- held on Tui  ■:.,> i v
cning next.   A  full attendance is    revested.
Stanley Kappel ,,i the C.P.R. at
!• i al. stopped over In.lay in Itt'V. 1 -
stoke mi bis w ay to I lell ■ la. Shus -
wap Lake.
Mrs. Livingstone, Provincial Oegan-
i.er of the W.C.T.U., will ti a
Tomperanc -  Lecture  in the  M   hodi
Tbo Itevelstoke' General AgeuciesLtd. !
ate the exclusive a ents for the famous GALT COAL.
See Chas M. Field about that Life
Policy you are contemplating putting
on in the company of which Lord
Strathcona and the President o! the
Bank of Munu-. al are directors.
Those who attended thc Circus in
tho V last, year wer.- well pleased eome
and s.'e something just n- good April
•Ub,  at  8 p.m.
Ii will pay you to get prices in
Linoleums and Carpet Squares, Draperies an.l I louse Fur: Is iin - at R-
i lowson's.
: ten here by ('has. m. Field.
Forty years in use, 20 yea: s the
standard, prescribed and recommend,
ed by physicians. For Woman's All -
ments, Ur. Martel's Female Pills, at
your druggist.
Railroaders, beware. Do not, put on
lib' or accident insurance without lirst.
looking over the attractive and low
priced policies offered vou by Ohas.M,
Field, in his sound and reliable companies. I
GALT COAL is handled exclusively
in Revelstoke by the Uevelstoko General Agencies, Ltd.
'lb annual .vent. Ladies' Hospital
Whiai Drive. Tuesday, April 3th in
ihe City Hall.
TO RENT—Furnished Front Rooms,
in quiet house, good locality. Apply Mrs.   Jaekson, Fifih street, eust
WANTBD—Gentleman private teacher,
lor three children in third and forth
grade. Duties to commence as soon
aB possible. For information write
to Mrs. Ralph Simpson, Box lil,
Arrowhead, B. C.
WANTED—Live Agents wanted to
handle Fort. Salmon Townsltos lots
sell for $50.00. IJuick sales and liberal commissions. Addrss Fort
Salmon Townsites Co., 125 Hastings street, west, Vancouver, B.C.
Remember tho Political Equality
meeting in the City Hall at 8 p. m.
Monday.
Tin' Hospital Whist Drive
ces al 8:30 p.m. in the ciiy
Tue .lav,  Apt il- sth.
coalmen -
hull next
FOR BALE—An Eight Room House,
very centrally situated. E'iuippe.1
with modern conveniences. Has lino
lawn. Admirably suited for a sel -
cct Boarding house. For further
particulars apply to Ma 1-Hcrall
Office.
J.E.
■   ;
i  hi's   ' rain        from
.   st.
K. Fi '.   Wolfe ol   ..■ Toi
unto Conservatory of Music, .,--a: ti; ■
King Edward.
< lunch
.ub.
i.n   ft 'dn   daj   evi ning,   Apt 11
Tbc     many  fri :. I    of    Mi s.  Some
will be glad to  learn thai  sh has
h fl t he  i.    pi .:    in \ aii-'iii. er,
i, ,.        i II .     a trii nd     being  □      b
highway  lo    i ■ .-■:>   - ■  overj .
SUFFRAGE'!'!!
LEADER iS
SENTENCED
CORRESPONDENCE
The  Editor Mail Herald'—
Revelsloke, B.  C.
S ■.   Can you give mo anj
FOR SALE—Grand view Poultry Faun
Malakwa, B.C., S.C. White Leghorns
Winners of 1st Pen. 1st Cock, and
oth r Pri es al Fall Fair. Eggs
from selected Breeding Peu, headed
i.y winning Cock, $2.00 per Sitting.
\ ear old  I len i, $18.00  p r  dozen.
Mi s  dean   Matheson,   tho  new  mat
ron ni  the hospital, arrived Tuesday,
and a    timed  dutieB.
Mis. Creech was elected president ol
St. John's Ladies' Ail, at the meet, ■
ing held ai  Mrs.  Larng'tf on Tuesday.
Mrs. Ralph Lawrence has been
piial all weok sullering from a vorj
bad cold and a general nervous bn ak
dou n.
Mr. Paulding will conduct the Epworth L.-aguc on .Monday evening
next, lhe subjo:! bei g "Tho Life of
Peter," and q consecration a rvlce.
Mrs. Harry How - gave a jolly party
in ih.' ee. mgi f a -i  on  Friday > voning
Five hundred" was followed ..y the
lee'.st of suppers. Musi,- and 'ian ing
.-. upie,l the icsi  nl the evening,
Mrs. Livingston provincial organiz-
' i foi lho V, .C.T.I'.. air,ves In Iowa
Mon laj ui ■ pen,I a week in a I Ive
t imporaui e work. She will he the
guosi  of iMts. C   F,   Lindmark,
Informa-  \.-,,u BALE -A .loublc storo known &i
Mis.  E. P. Mayhi •   of Three Valley
Chun das ■ a guest at
The  La lie .'. i    of tin
-1 in-' b  wi re i1 i tied  at  the  home
i ;   Mrs.  Mc .:■ an, .- vei  b        et.   un
.  pt     nted    .i town Thursday aft oon.  A thorough
1:;-   King Edward
ta.n about tho proposed high school.
I understood some weeks ago thai lhe
lal mh ernmeni very libi rally
grant d   , Bub lanital sum reported to
■ee-.e   ic! Ill  ■    CO   I     Of    t llC
Owing to tho late spring, It
■ to ; ■ a hard thing <o get tho
i:.       ..   -  .     \   V
Kal    in i R. Au
Mc -  ji ij able in wa     penl.
E.A.   Kn .- il    if Va     0 a    ao-
t. i.l ..a., ng  the . inny   wes ei n  visit-
own Fl
M. Mi  ... a   ■■'        as here
well
is J.C. Barry of 1 ne place.
Hi" Allen Players, thai  i
rr   ,i     o .   ivill  ap]
. .:   It,IMS  .  .
-'     St     theii    ad-
in this
I.i.n,ii.ii. Api I 2—A against
Mt . Emmellne Pankhursl was returned today iey ihe grand jurj at tho
i ild Bail y ssions on the .-barge oi
at to commit damage. Mi i.
Pankhursl   was a February  building complel   I by Fall, unli
-i  in connection with  the de tructlon  ,-. ,   Council act     quickly  in  raising
a -e of Chancellor  ,i,,. balan e re ain I, by bylaw,   sub-
■    ;   i    ibli ■ Bcription  or  otherwise.   If the  build
nspired wl h  ,.,   ;. „,,t started ihis year that mag
its io commit : - .    ■      ml  will lap e b vaj  from u-
rhaps in s I ■ • i• r to youi- valued pa
"Taylor Block" on Lots Might (8),
and v Ino (9), Block Seventeen (17),
In the City of Ri vols oke. B.C., Slt-
ated ip mi- tc 1 awn n e
Co., and only a few feel from the
Mo's n' Bank, For particular.-: an.l
i . apply (o J.D. Bibbal 1, Revel to      ''• meral Agencies.
The full
church  will
ib ■ Sunday
Lhi in   "Seek
Hardware  which  will
Samson
h.i.r i of    the    Methodist
ii ;   Bpecial   inusie- ul
evening service, ihe   an
"i i   t he i ,ord, ' ih     olo ol
I--    mi     ! y   Mr.        Paul
Ri
Bo   oniani
>i   iurther
:
a a
'l'li:
■  ace -
and      J.
:
M,-i Ilia
0   i'. -i.
Li   Lh
in
■lioir
Lord
un -
t,—
w.tl,   ■   •
:or a maximum per will bring thi       il ei   - rwai I bi
fori    ;    .     leii   llltl     '. a'-,    llii-    s agon
1 guilty     h is in on, high time    ibe
ting
and eela . ■ on
5 ou in advance.
Ward Two  Pa- payer.
"■   I
,   re .-I   ."   -i
■
a -i
:   ■
■
nerlcan
I ERFECT FIT CORSET   Special, lm
l 'i.'s who l
perfect fitting Corset . Spi- lla spleen
did     li ;Ure builder ,  n ouldlng    tic
foi in  Into I shionable lines,     giving
. comfort,  Bupport,     over two
mill', n  -   tl  fled worn, n now wearing
Spirella, endorsed and recommended
-.   leading     physicians'.   Hav,. yonr -p. ,,,1,
ic  ■ .    n  and  tried-on  by     a ,
irained  I        tiere in    ho   a odel  designed  to give style, comfort     and   ,
Bervice.   Grace       \hhott,  Oors tiero,
'-,■■•1 '■    '       ■,. , .      Post 0
n 'X  352, write or c dl.        M2G  lm
i -li Pencil i .   ni      New       Ve est
misti i. in'ld a i < mi ir ni: 11 iiiii     r, a      In
Bt.   1'. tor's church  on Sun.la
rn  , bein       1,,-   hi ti      Sab ai ii aftei
i -a I  i'.   Ti a :• ■       i wo 'ao i        and
iuui' boj    >..'■- conl I a!  I
:n-   teriice.
It i-   rumored Ln church circle;     : i.ai
Rev,  R. .1. Mclntj
. b i . ha - reeolvi i i ua inluv
..us . .el!   io a SUme  ti: I  pusto   -
;,. ■      chui i
next  .1 mi .   Tbi i..
 i li.
\ e; y   .:. live 'ship
-
'
ALLb* PLAi£
.■ic, by
was highly ap-
--':  house. Thc
a ■ the    besl
of 'la-    in', gram
an ■ aslly be
\      .:
'-i     .  '. s
Our Empire Navy
Mr.   V.E.  Millet p
a  v. an ouvcr, a' rived ■ n     ihe early
his morning  lo n main tew
.  i         on     l.usin s      an M h
in: nj  i i lends.    Mi ..y
i I   th.'      Kin.-     lal va   I      I loe
I,,it  remembei ever seeing t
• ,-,-'.  at   ihi    ' iiii.- . f   ib"  yeai
51
-
i\ L
.
Dc.
a t.''l iii lin.' lasl  night    at
the Kinemacolor theatre until seating i ;„ Revel tube
o   modal ion was available.       Tie
naval programme     proved immensely Aboul ., dozen one-ttra   a
;  ipular, and throughoul   'he .lay seat Iho "old whlel    In.'" mei   .
ing  arc              e Ion   was  at   n   pri'iu - ol  Mi  . W.A    Sturd    -
ium.   Thc greatest  enthusiasm was do ening,  thevoeca«ion beinj  thi   i    I  ol
e      he exhibition of   the Mn    T      lurdy,    Win
patriotic pictures,    lowing  the  life of ■                                                   redan
.    i lor from  the  time of his enlist-  popular,   Su s  I al   mid-
ntthjou hnll hi-  Jackie experienced nighl  and en:o ■ -t     In the
ih.- buil lm- an.l  lime him;  of   ,   Hi-,.I v ,       Mis.   s ,u . -
■ht   au.l   ib-  a    .'ml.ling of ;,   lice:, lovely Bong    anl  Hi'  re't of  I             u-
the possibility of the German Menace In    wns pas-ed in  a  • "i»■ *"■
ook place and lhe Entente Cordiale   An explan- Mrs. •'   Purvis  won the card pi
lay   -i er   atory lecture ot a mo-t Interestlngna the lain- . ., ra e ,,i silver lea !>..ons.
n                    Field   Yolland,  ture, was given    with „ ventriloquial u l Mr   v,  \. Foote received   -i,        i
mony     im                 Je, and an exoejlml      K.nea-a - et,   .    gentleman's  pri
if
l.lls
of
the
F
■
ghl
color iiim.   "Aa the Candle Bums," a
'•ev  full  of  th" .sentiment  oi
tm   romance, ,, unijue utilization   of
ir ck      ph a,, -raphy    and     a      trong
At   ihe Em| i is« theatre. April 12th.
-  h'.
■
\
.
now dm
.'.
. R
(oi    each ag     in
:-
liflt rent
Abo   are-   '
M       \I   I ef       I.l ■ H
don,  BJn ;lai '..   Jbo Ii        the 1 «ipsic
1 on • r ati  v  of    Music <>t ' lei many
Tb'  citizens of Revel toke an lo   be
congraiiilati-d  upon having thl      well
known  :i ,, I'-mf  establish  OW  "'
Baptist i-hur h tervicct on Sunday, branches ,n    'his    "ity-   To
•vll '."as follows--In the absence   of quirkly  'hey arc giving theli   regnUr
Rev.  B. .1. Chave, Mr. Giflord of 'he $60.00 '.,'irs.'  for  m.Oft.   Thl    fte*d.'
y m.c.a. wlll take the morning   ser- nr. ihouM be given tb« one agemenl
..+,   e'.hile Mr.   Thompson of the Y. 'hey dSMrve,   Their ndvnn <■ men   are
v C \ , will conduct the c-fning    -<er- now in the city taking enrollment
vice.                                                        '    Advt. 2t.
lr. Cl
•
the val u •
:. erty owned      .   I.i-:.  on -h-'
cornet    •' Si or 1 street and M Ke
. •. n ■. •' r a-    ' ■   ict a-   um.
Th" annual meeting of 'h- T-T,nH
Cluh w'.l i-e held on Wednesday, '»th
April, in the City Hall. Election of
officers and '.!!,• i Importanl te. .ness.
Members and fri-nd-. also intending
members, ar« requested 'o if pt"B»nt.
Made   • ■      fnitoa
■
she  bn
■
n
make
, III,11    f. Jf
Me,Il'l  ■
Thresh Standing Grain
M .     :.    .a    i.e.
Mnven
- -nn 111 ■ grain
I   ■ utt ii ■        Four
Mi-leu,,    ee   , r    Hip
Md, u small   i?a«'el n-'     ingine'
ll  only  re i'liie-s
two men io operate  on* to di-ivo the,
bti'M* ther io tend  the inn-
■i .in     ickl      In    a
limbed ar, to  so
n hfinrs.
A     ijulet    w, Iding ■•! i, mon
: la ••    n   St.   I ■ ter's   Ohurch   v.- tcrilay
a   Fi i lav.   Vpril 4th,  al   1 80
', ii   .ir. i eon inl tt   v   od, ,,l
the Imp    al it,in    --ail, wa   unil ■ I  u
' ee'ee-l   B.  C.   Park,
..! Mr. Pa 1 p S, Park, J.P.
i.f Preston, Lnoea hire, Bingland. The
ceremony w,,s performed by tlev. O.A.
I'm anii'i.   Mr   W.  Vi. Brown    upport
ed lhe gr i an.l Mr. Blarklock i-.u-
,    Week  ol Apiil Tib, Allen Play   the bride     away.   The wedding party
,,i   ii,,. Opera House. 'b-n .liov.- lo the hotel  Revelstoke (oi
(Vh   '   Drive,  under   auspices  h,"ch""'   Mr' «'"' Mr»' W'""' >''fl  ""
II     .lal  a    :,,  the  City   "'" "f'"''»"on  train for a trip  to Van-
couvet   ami  Seattle.
COMING EVENTS
Ad-
Al.i ll
Lil lie"
Hall.
April l^ Blmpire Moving Pictures,—
0  ■••■'     Blmpresi theatre.
'i in- Canadian Follies al Dmprett theatre, Indefinitely postponed.
A prii   11    ladle '   Auxiliary tr, B.    of
l.   hi   Dance, al 'he opera house.
April   IK   Callforninn  .Jubilee quartet-  carnes and  miisi.
te,  Kinpie-     thenire.
April 21 nnd 22—Juvenile Bostonians,
at  the Muiprem theatre.
-The  Prince  of Tonight,    Bmpress th-atre.
\ Japan* "■ training  i |t»dron,
. 'in ■ oi the cruisers Soya and
..nn ,. li    ,  VaitraliM   waters,    The ('0tn|n;._Kiora Dora, at the Empress
Boys      *»''  '-rii-liially    the      lln-sian      <k..>..
,\ Maini    nventot mounted      ■   eoys     was onginsuy   tne     tin mmi theatre.
Churn  undei   ,,  reeking 'tmir  in    Uohs  rrm *• •.  whieh    j-ni sunk     nl
i way that butter In mads i.v an occu   Obamulpo  luring the Ruaso-Japanesei Ooraine—'HoTal
pant of the obait e|uiniiv ro.king.       ' wn' ui<! iMerward raised. ' Kmpress theatre
Players," at
The  young  p< opie of  the  Methodist
Kpworth League were entertained last
Monday evening  by     Mrs. Lindmark.
Kvery one took     part dn    agues ing
game     naming birds.   Mr. Somerville
making      the      highest  icore.     Other
made the evening
pass very  quickly.   Mr.  Panld.ng who
has  lieen hire about a month  in  thn
printing  office,      is a mu-ie'til   addition
to tbc town,  being posBessed of       a
plendid   ba^s   voice.   He  sang   " Be -
ware'' in first class Btyle.   Mrs.  Lind
murk  servd n bountiful supper       oi
things     to eat and tbe party
In oke up     about 11 o'clock,     with n
the  hearty vote of     thnnkB to their hoit-
and hoitess.

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