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Revelstoke. the Capital of Canada's Alps.9*
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The Mail-Herald
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Vol. 19-No 20
REVELSTOKR. B. 0. \»ARC<. 12, IMI8
$2.50 Per Year
REVELSTOKE PROGRESS
CLUB HOLD MEETING
NOTICE
Forty Progressives Discuss Good and Welfare of the City and
District.—Railway Belt Lands.—Extension Telephone Lines .
to Okanagan.—Publicity and General Business.
* A11 changes  ot ads  must posi- *
* tlvely be handed Into  this offlco *
* hy Monday evening in ordor that *
* lhe change shall appear in Wod- *
* nesday's issue and any changes *
* intendad fo-    Saturday's    issue *
* must     bo     handed  in  not later *
* than Thursday  evening  of    eaeh *
* week.  Business men please take •
note of the above.
The Revelstoke Progress Club met
iu regular monthly meeting on Tuch-
day night,  March  llih.
rr sklent F. M. Gibson occupied the
chair, and some 40 members were also
present.
Becretary W. H. Horobin read minutes of previous ni'i-tings, which wero
adopted.
MOUNT  REVELSTOKE  PARK.
A letter was read from Mr. R. F.
Green, Ml', stating—"That the minuter of the Interior, so soon as the
weather was favorable, would Bond a
special commissioner from hi- department to investigate th." suitability of
Mount Revelstoke a- a National I'ark
Reserve." Letter ordered a> knowledges  with  thanks.
PIPLUTI'Y COMMITTEE.
The Publicity committee per W. H.
Wallace reported as follows:
Manh   llih,   1918.
Report of Publicity Committee of tho
Progress Cluh. re Schafer booklet.
Recommended that the Progress
club Publicity committee Buggcst Mrs.
Schafer revise th manuscript, going
moiv fully into her detail of scene' nt-
ttaetion- in ihe l'nrk, and nlso our
other attractions, so tbat manuscript
mn be i .i.ly f. r future uso, further,
that the commit tc do not lon-^iJer
ihe present time .ippo-tune for pub-
lishing.
Further recommend el thai Mr. At-
kin- intertlew Mrs, 3<ha(er on her
next  visit   to discuss  suitable revision
Re papei publications—Recommend -
ed that as we arc given io understand
there   wlll   : ■  no  more  of  this      type
of article printed, n0 action  be tuken
re Dominion Land for Park,     Full in-!
HEAVY
formation forwarded
uld read report.
Ro M.S.S. of ii K. Atkins speech at
Canal couferenee.
Calgary Board of Trade written to
obtain copy from Court Stenographer
No reply to date.
Re  Salurlay   Sunset  request ior
photos.   Largo consignment  gent     by
0. R. MaodonaM. 6
Re B.C. Settlers Association and
Vancouver I'rogns- Club forms. In
band almost completed.
Re. Mr. Galloway's request for article for summer booklet. Article prepared hy B.R. Atkins approved and
forwarded.    Mr. Atkins to real article
McLean Daily reports. Attention
given same.
Re envelopes.—Matter in hand.
All ol which is respectfully submitted by
c. R. Maodonald.
B.   R. Atkin-.
W. M. Lawrence.
H.  II. MeVity.
W.  II.  Wallace.
An.l which was unanimously udopt-
.-.!   as  r.a'l.
VANCOUVER EXHIBIT.
President E. M. Gibson—We have information that thi- Vancouver Progress Club, bavin,; received a generous grant from tlie Provincial irovern-
nunl with the stipulation that the var
ious Provineial districts also be bene-
iltted. hereby, have become able to
grant space in their proposed central
exhibition rooms at the price of t-
per foot per annum, instead of the
>l previously agreed upon, and tne
Vancouver Club    now a=k  if we wish
to  take -epuce in  the exhibition rooms
there,  on  thi-    now      basis.    Wc also
Minister
ind the
made to
C. R.  Maedon-  have ,, letter from     Deputy
Scott, confirming the grant
terms upon, which same wa
the  Vancouver Cluh.
This matter is now op. n for discussion.
C. R. Macdonald—1 think we oan
do a meal deal more with an exhibit
here, than in Vancouver.
E. C. Gillan—At the city of Mission
they have a very attractive little exhibit at the C.P.R. station. Exhibits
could be collected for a Revelstoke exhibit easier than for shipment to
Vancouver.
H. J. Me-Sorlcy—I do not think
there is any use taking space at Vancouver, we need more ur.ently a permanent h ad inarters in our own city
and cun get better value here.
A. d. MeDoncll—1 move' that we do
not undertake an exhibit at Vaucouver for the present. Seconded by J.D.
Sibbald Jr.. and carried unanimously
OTHER BISINESS.
Vat iou- committees reported progress.
G. S. MeCarter—There i- the matter
i.i telephone extensions; I move thai
this Progress Club take up suitably
witb Mr. R. F. Green and Hon. Martin Burrell) wiih ;l view to getttegtbs
Donmion government telephone lines
from Revelstoke lonnee-tmg up with
the same' s; stem at Salmon Arm,
\ia Sicamous, ihus ,i\ing telephone
communication between Rewlstoke ov
• r Dominion line* to ih? Okanagan.
Also th it we ask for extensions to the
south. Seconded by Mr. H. M' Kinnon
and carried unanimously.
The meeting terminated at lu p.m.
COUNTY
COURT
Kamloops, March 8—An exceptional
ly heavy docket of cases came up lor
bearing before His Honor Judge
Swunson, oa Wednesday nt the silting
of the county court, several being
eases of considerable local inierest.
lit own and Johnson vs. Benson and
Parker—This was ;in uciion which Was
Watched with tome interest by rial
"<tntc men in town us both the plain
tills and the de'onduntns are in that
busine-s. Two land pur. hasers came
fiom Vancouver wiih an introduction
to Mr. J.I.. Drown. They were desirous of purchasing a subdivisiou and
afterwards speculating on the sale of
it. Mr. J.L. Brown had none aud telephoned to Mr. Parker introducing
th.' men an.l all parties afterward-
met on Third avenue when Mr. Brown
admittedly introduced Mr. Mair and
Mr. Bates the prospective purchasers
to Mr. B:n-on and Mr. Parker, who
hud subdivisions listed. Mr. Brown
claimed tnat in telephoning to Mr.
Parker he had stipulated for a split -
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• Reserve the evening cf    March   *
• 14lb. for ihe   Catholic   Con ert, •
' at the Empress theatre. A spec- *
• ially attractive pro .-ram.   Watch "
• for further particulars in     Wed- *
' nesday's issue. *
REVELSTOKE DISTRICT
CONSERVATIVE ASS'N.
Hold Quarterly Meeting at Arrowhead.—Full
Attendance.-Discuss Railway Belt Lands;
New Voters' List; General Business.
The District Conservative A--e>e'i.i -
tion of Revelstoko Riding, held their
quarterly meeting at Arrowhead on
Tuesday March llth.
In the ahsenc of President Rund
Gibbous, Vice President W. R. Reid
took the ehair iu the assembly rooms
at 11 a.m. R. D. McDonald of Revelstoke. acted as secretary.
Representatives from every Bection
of the ritling wero in attendance.
After the minutes of previous meetings bad been read und countersigned
as correct business was proceeded with
VOTERS LISTS.
The flrst important matter to he
deult with was the matter of the new
voters list. After discussion, elaboi -
ate plans were adopted providing for
u systematic canvass of the entire rid
ing, tho-ee present from the various
districts reported as to the progress
already made with this important
work, and that before the date set for
the expiration of registrations, every
available name would he. found properly inscribed on the new roll, and
ihe necessary st"ps taken for continuation of the canvass until this . ud
was achieved.
RAILWAY BELT LANDS.
The matter of throwing open t i et-
tlement of the railway belt land-.
which has been in hand for some time
witb the Conservatives of the districts
was again brought forward. In this
connection an encouraging letter wa-
iead front the Member Mr. RK. Green
a knowledt ag the energetic eflorts oi
the Asso iation in this important matter, and promising his entire support
and assistance i-i pushing the -aim
io a spe.dy and satisfactory issue and
on motion the meeting resolved "that
the letter [rom mir member Mr. R.F.
Green he received and tiled, and tbat
ihe  Secretar;   be  instructed  to convey
«•••»•
.    4    .    .   .
to bim tbe befit ty thanks of this As-
-ocintion f,u In- eflorts in securing at"
-tlranee of an .ally  settlement."
Soul.'  furthei       .I.s a sii n   regarding
■lie. Belt Lands followed the pasting of
ihe aforementioned resolution, aiier
whieh ;l second lesolutton wa- moved,
supported, and unanimously adopted,
as follows,
"That in view of ihe prompt man-
n.i in whi h fo lowing the. leturn ot
our member, tho matter of the Domin
ion Railway ll It Lands was brought
io the attention of the Dominion gov-
emment, resulting in tin. -inding out
here within a few weeks of Special
t'liiiiii'.i si.,11 i Maber, and th-thor-
ough manner in which that official in-
I'o.-tigated iln- vexed pio'lem of iha
Bell Laii Is, .nt m view of the manner in which tin- maii'T is now beiug
pressed at Ottawa and the a-.-urances
that same -hall ie att nded to so
soon as ihe Mabn lej.ort ian te digest.il by the respons hie Minister this
m...inr go n record a- not approving the action ol the RovtUtoke board
ol tiade in sendiru' a wire intimating
that th • public h- • wer di-gusted
at de-lay In regard -.. land n -iton."
And this meeting furthei resolve.—
' Hm' in the .'ace of the very satisfactory   wires and  letters   received    from
our member Mr. Gr i. thy do   not
favor s ndi. - of any delegation to
Ottawa en this i-sue. at tbe present
nm •■."'
The secretary was instructed to forward opi is ol th '-•• •■■.-■• • ms to
Hon.  R.  L.  Borden,  Hon.  Minister ol
Mr. R. F
tlle.  II.
GENERAL   BUSINESS.
S v '.tl ..li :• . pert lining
to the be di--
tiict wet-., discus-ed, and the meeting
cne of thi -..- nth iasti .md best
ai     d  I    . history    o:
the Afc-o-iai
COMING!      !
On Apri l-i thc Br. Barnado Boys
will visit Revelsto'ce and give an attractive musical concert. Those boys
bave all een tia.n.-1 in ibe homes
founded by Dr. Barnado. They are ac
oompanled by W.J. Moyers, senior deputation secrotary and two assistants
Wherever these tour-e have men made
in ai.st.,liu. New Zealand and Canada thej have met n large and heart)
reception,   Tho   musical     programme
giwi i the highest class   and
the li tuo talk i- of the most Interesting character. In addition to tho
uxc'dlcnt quality of the concert given,
w,'h worth) e.i ihe largest attendance
lh. interests of the work itself -hould
command  ;he hest  support.   Over 75,-
000 boys and girls of old England,
who o herv. ■• might have had no
cham ■ ii ". have b en uplifted and
gi'.-i i i,iit. s mc 20,000 of
tl.   ■   a            '■ •!  m i anada    i Ivei   9,
001 are t pn ni i .in i ired for in
the VsSi nii n ' In. nc-. Si I cuon ■
wn |c n a v ■!'' varb Iy of
Instruments They will include haul
bell ringing with Inn rilver-toned bells
hie.i h boll lar 1 'H-, fairy hells,
and miniature hia es, the cornet.
mandolin. Xylaphone, dulciner, ocarina and auto ia'p. a popular ilill- -
trated talk will he given on the wonderful iii work of Dr. Barnado for
thi children Remember Tuesday April 1st, and .- ni" your se-nt- early.—
General admission adull- .">0e\. rhil -
tlren L'.'ic, reserved seats 76c.
WWE1 TIME TABLE
24:55
7:40
12:18
7.03
11,20.
18:88
WASTE
OIL
FIRE
AT C. P. R.
Just a- we go ie> press, the glari ol
fire and a big column of -moke took
nine port, r down to tho CP.R. yard-
where some waste oil tl .atin.- on tbe
top of a ,)'a,'k Water, bad caught fire.
It was a -I1'" tacu'ar blaze, but no
.- was done, and the way in
whieh the water from tbe big ho-e
pipe of the No. 2 fire I ieade damped the flames out was an eye-opener
In spite of the fact the fire was from
oil actually floating on ihe surface of
the i mid. the brigade'.- hose as soon
as fume 1 on, pui the flame
Th.. C.P.R    ire to le congratulated
on avoiding a serious      onflagration,
v.li' Ii would ha •■ been dar    rou-   In
'.      -..-■:■.     ■ •' \-.-.k- ol
I. I.  ..nd   this  e.e-:.'. a's   wil    .I
load to th ■ install.r. a
i m wh srel y the   ' a.---' . ..  will       be
ta! ■ u ofl the « i ans o      a
■' aa' "ii   tank, :i:  allowed
tt o ds.
BAST  BOUND.
No.
4—Arrive     14:16,   Departs
No.
n   Arrives    7:20,   Departs
No.
:'   Arrives   11:86,   Departs
WEST  HOUND.
No.
8— Arrives     li:48,   Depnrts
No.
1   An ices    iidt,   Departs
No.
in   Atii.i         is,   Doparts
BOUTH TRAIN.
A
rrivsH 18:40    'avei 7:15 a.n
Louise Call ird    the  hi oine of    the
sensational hreacb eii p mit tri
ed in Calgary recently, which re
in a verdict ol 520,000 lai .i-es against Martin J. Armstrong, wa
1 i. I a few ds tgo 0 T. W. Henry
Lewis, The attempt was made to
keep the wedding ie ret, but the news
1 a':''d out.
Thro ar- thtee classes ..;'
an ordinary to oarry fir arms and to
1 .md do r. 1.ther than mooso
"■1
general, to hunt game, '.irds and annuals, $6.00: .1 special 10 carry firearms and trap, $1.00.   Holden of cer.
   1    Icense v.;-hin I
days of date of irn the
lie-ens, to the provincial garni warden
wiih „ -worn statement oi the number
of each Specie! ol | 1 0 .111. in
,:   trapped
Realty Deals
During the past week there has been
considerable activity in local realty.
The favorite district  being First  St.
It is reported on gooi authority,
thai Mr. J. M. Kelly sold within the
past few days valuable property having a frontage of -one :)7 feet on 1st
.-nv '. Th' 'onsideration while not
n.i i pul Hc i- understi od to be a
-nttg sum.
Following thi- iln' l: v.dstoke General \ - 1: es ol l foui 1 evidential lotto Mr. P. Levesque these were located
on First  str.-.t west.
Thi- firm report other deals ior First street properties p uding.
The- Kootenay Agen lea as well a-
the Watson Realty report several
small sales th.s week already and report .-omi
While  ii re is no
h '■- i- .,    .ady mov m nl in realty,
an.l m, ■ rpect-
■ •   n corded very si on.
IHE TIME Tu STOP \ OUR   \l>  IS
THE DAV yOUR PROPERTY
IS   SMI.p.
—0—
If everyone who bad  property     to
sell followed the plan ol    advertising
ii continuously and persistently     until it i«   old, no ono     would       ever
:,-!   "property  poor.''    Anl  wliilo  oc-
ally nn nd  might   have    to    he
repeated  a  score  or    more  of    limes,
■   of it would     be  but  trilling
lomparod to the advantage of finding
iver to whom     that  particular
ty would be a bargain at the
; 1 -ice nsked.
All property in or near thi. rity,
la salable, Thus the mle of advertising your propetty until It is sold is
a safe and prudent on.'. OI course the
lest time to begin i- now—and, as
-ugg.'-toil, the cily time to stop is
when your sab. 1= mad".
ting of the commission between the'ni.
Mr. Parker denied tbi-. Mr. Mair the
purchaser however corroborated Mr.
Drowns te.-;imoiie'. Mr. Parker drove
Mr. Mali and his co-purchaser out to
see Grandview subdivision, part of
which had hen so'd. but -Mr. Mair
declined to'bave anything to do with
it. Mr. Parker then drove them to
lho Mission and eventually sold them
that for -.'.i),000.ofl nnd it was on
ihi- sale that Brown and Johnston
claimed commission. The judge in-
-tru. ti (1 the jury that ii tlu-y accepted
the recollection of Mr. Drown and Mr
Mair that .1 splitting of the commission had boon stipulated for Mr, .I.L.
Brown, they musl find for the plain
tills and pointed out the strong corroboration by Ml .Mar. 'lh' jury
feeiniid ;l verdict for the plaintiffs for
the full amount claimed but added a
rider that each party ought to pay
iheir own o-1-. Tlie judge' pointed
oiu fo the jurj that exiept in very
I..- -ial . a es the "is folio wod the ev
.■nt   ,n I a  m i-.lin I" 1. ive in Igmeni for
-l.lli 1  11 uh  cosl     lo   tl e  I lain' ie! I, Mi
A P.   Ma int   '     .,, 1. ai   1  for lho plain
111  M     I'' I. Fulton for tho ds
fondants,
McBRIDE  Tn   WASHINGTON
Victoria, B.C., March 10.—Sir
Richard M- Bride will seek the
ce. operation of the United
states governmenl of a project
for oxlen ling the Pa' Iflc Greal
Easti rn Railway hy main and
branch lin-- through Alaskan ler
rltory, tapping ihe principal min
ing camp*. It i propo ed to ex- '
tend thc line from Fort George
through tho undevelopc 1 regions
of Northern BritJ h Oolumbia,
and Yukon territory, and Incidentally provide Alaska, with
transportation facilities, ilis m
n to Washington, where he will
Interview President Wilson, and
members of the cabinet will
take place In  April.
•...................
PAULINE
JOHNSON      i
POETESS
After   an     illne-ss ..:'    more  I
year's duration  Pauline' Johnston, the
Canadian poetess, died on    Sa
morning at th. Bute S--  1  hospital
in  Vancouver.
The late M s- John ion     was
hear Brant ford, Ontario,       1862,
second daughter of the Six Nation In
dlans.   Her moth r    was ,,:   Bn   Ish-
woman and fron  b • 1 a ilin
ber literary  abll   j     Fro
iesl   childhood     Fhe
both tor ah
gi al poi ts und
i o- in : original  vi Phe
» Inch aivai r wa" th
n.l .ui I.t.  an 1  i     '■ i.   Tl
.llll      I.II   I     !
.;.   d ■, an 1   he loieJ th
. n Ity  ...  1.11
■■ II     . n   Indian
11 li'.   I'i .in'   1  Te-ha ( onwa
wa    pi mi'l of it.   Sh w In '.t
een  the   itage, 01      when  1      li
own poem , a   an     '",! ,l;     '
dress, witl
feathers and wampum.   3b
,.! irable drai
thai she   ould have bei
actress, bad she not devote
1 ee iii own oho   n p
Between  Ihe years 1892
ihe travelled many  I 1
! .-I ntini ni reading, re< Ring, ..
loci tiring.   Twi e   he was in  E
and ai hi ived great sue • -.-   ii
an.l olsewh re.   Since 1908 she lms re-
idod In \ an louver,      le tin    I b
gi nd 1 oi Ihr Iiui 1.1 r irlbl
and  l>r   i n it •      them    for. ver  in her
own inimitable   way.   Three volumes
of her po'in   have 1.       p       ehed:
"Tho   White   Wampum,''   "Canadian
Born,"  in l "Flint anl F ftthers."
Tie. poem entitle.'.   'The  S.rnig     My
I Paddle Sings.'1 is typical e^:   Paulim
Johtist n   '- -■ 1 . .-   ia tte
■
'West your Prali
Nest,
e a, blow   from
the U
1 lllo    too.
t lhl   w ni 1 est,  we  wa I    for
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tow,
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THE MAIL-HERALD,REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12, 1913.
e
DO Y00 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" D, SIBBALD, PRRS. J. D. SIBBALD, JR., Site.
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EARLY SPRING GOODS
Consisting of every conceivable si/.e 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 fine assortment of samples
for our Spring Clothing Order Departmert.
McKiNNON & SUTHERLAND
Fit-Reform Clothing Stetson Hats        Foot-Rite Shoes
GOING OUT OF BUSINESS
In Mens Furnishing Department
Rubbers, Sox, Tweed Pants, Heavy Top Shirts,
etc., leJuced to cost. ....
John Mclntyre & Son
First Street. Telephone No. 93
SWIFTS
Blood and Bone
FERTILIZERS
and Lay More
Poultry Joods
Write for Prices and Booklet
Revelstoke Meat Market Ltd.
TIRED ?
THEN A CUP OF
"BELL BLEND  TEA"
v.:'.'. refresh yo
fi i\or and frtgran >       Sol'.
packages.
Price, 35c., 40c. and 50c. per Ib.
G. W. BELL
P. O   Box 208
GROCER & BAKER
Phono NO. 23
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED  1865
Record of Progress for Five Years—1906-1911    _
Capital
Reserve   -
Deposits
Loans and Investments
Total Assets
I 8,000,000
Ii, 000.000
Z'i, (177,7.30
27.4V7.090
:i3,090,192
1911
* 4,000.000
4, G00.000
.%.042..'{11
.",H,Xf>4,K0l
48,237,284
Has 83 Branolwa In Canada, and Agents and Corraapondanta In all
the Principal Citing In tha World.
* OINBRAk BANKING BUBIHEBa TMNI»OTID
SAVINGS  BANK  DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Interest allowed at highest ourrent rate.
Revelatoke Branch. W. H. PRATT, Manager	
New German warships will be equipped with 15-inch pun-: throwing pro-
j.-ctil.-B weighing MOO pounds
Experiments with the electrifications
0f Fn u h railways have been so successful that the government harf or-
dere I   100 electric  locomotives.
The late Hon. James P. Mabee chiel
commirsloncr cef the Dominion Railway Board, left an estate ot $42,000.
Nearly half of the estate ismadi
tl[ lit',, insurance, the Item under
benel bein.; put at $311,000,
up
this
The l'.S. Senate passed the $180,0(11)
000 annual pension bill in the record
time of 'l'i minutes, and witn less
than  16     minutes debate.   H is     the
With tht! approach of the Silver-
jiibil.ee of the Kaiser's -accession to.tho
throne loyal- Germans throughout tho
Empire began to plan a collection for
a suitabl3 gifu to His Majesty. Thereupon, the Kmperor requested that no
present le givtn him, but that, whatever funds might be collected be devoted to charitable purposes.
Mr. tladfrcy Isaacs, manager-direct-
or of the Marconi Company, has informal th" Postoffice Department in
London, that after March 1 the Marconi Company will no longer consider
it .s bound to the contract of July
I'J last, ami that when a definite de-
•i.-ion is taken in regard to the building of the  Imperial stations the com-1
SCHEDULE PROVINCIAL   ELECTIONS    ACT.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the list of Voters for the Revelstoke Electoral District has been cancelled, and that applications to be
placed on the Voters Diet will be received at my Office at Revelstoke,
where printed forms of affidavit to be used ln support of an application
to vote will bo supplied. The list of persons claiming to vote will be suspended from and after the seventh day of April, 1913, and a Court of Revision will be held on the nineteenth day of May, and notice oi objections
to the insertion of any name on the Register of Voters must bo given to
me thirty clear days before the holding of the Court of Rcvisionf
Dated this Third day, of March, 1913.
1st iss. M.5, 3w. E. EDWARDS,
Registrar of Voters for the     Rovelstoke     Electoral     Dlstriot.
SALE OP CROWN TIMHER.
largest amount of any annual  persion   pany will be pleased again to consider
the history of the govern-  tho  matter.
measure  in
ment.
Mrs. Scott, widow of Captain Robt.
P. Scotl. the British explorer, who
lost hie life tn the r.'turn trip from
tlf South Pole, arrived in Wellington
last Thursday from San Francisco on
the steamer Aorangi. She was met at
the pier by her brother,  Lieut.  Uruce,
Sealed Tenders will  be received by
the Minister of Lands not later than
lent of Mexico, was heavily in   noon on the 3rd day of March,  1913,
The late Francisco I. Madero, former presk
stired in an American life insurance
company, and his brotheis have demanded payment for Seuora Madero.
It was learned that the company plans
to ask the state department at Wash-
inge'.on to demand Iln official esplana-
for the purchase of licenses Nob. XI,
X2, to cut timber estimated at 1,-
720,000 feet, 520,000 feet, and 310,000
feet B-M- respectively, together with
8,000 railway ties and poles from
Crown land     adjoining Adams Lake,
and  Commander  Evans  of   the  Terra tion of Mexico of Madero's death with  Kamloops District.
Nova. She sai'd she learned of her
husband's death by wireless while on
board  the Aorangi.
Chester S. Lord, for thirty-two
years managing editor of the Sun and
for forty-one yi ars a member of the
Sun .-tall, has resigned. He will be
snee .del by Ja w< Lu. y. the manag
in? editor of the Evening Sun. Geo.
M. Smith, the assistant manag,ng ed.
itor of the Sun. will succ eded Mr.
Luby. Mr. Lord icsigns because, as
he te(sely puts it. "the job of managing editor requires half of the day
ar.cl most of the night, and I think 1
ha\e done my thnre of it.'' Chester
S. lord is probably the best-known
managing editor in the United States
Hc was aPPo'.nted to the place by
('bailcs A. Dana in 1S8U.   Before that
I.e    bad     I n      editorial   writer  and
i ditor.
Upwards ol -" ' I' iopl i     were killed
or wounded la ' week ley the ill-timed
explosion ol a charge of "OOO pounds
of  I.la \ powder  which had been laid
1,>   government • n Ineers with  the oh-
raxing an ' normous   block of
rock.   An Imn oncourae of towns
pe, red to wiine-s     the
tion  oi     the    hills  se, aratlng
rom the coaling har-
M . .  miles distant.    The
.....•:  was to cut a
-
a possible view of  collecting indemnity  from  the Huerta government.
At the Victoria and AH'jert Mus8Um
in London is now an view <ni* of the
four panels which nm'e up the oelo -
Iratcd Pearl Carptt ef Earoda. The
carpet wa- intend,'.1 for ihe' tomb of
Mahommed at Medina, and 13 said to
have .o-t ili,000,000. The most Skill-
fUll enHbrold Tics, as well as the master <3w>>ller3 ol Earoda, were employed
for three years completing the work.
Sir Gecr:-c Uirdwooi, in his "Industrial Arts of India,'' has described the
< an I as th; mo-.', wond irful pices of
e nbioidery ever known. In the panel
shown at South Kensington th re are
."2 diamonds in the centre of each of
the 24 binder rosettes, and 203 in the
htrge ci ntra! boss.
Sir Edgar Speyer told a conespon-
e'.ent  that   the  British  Antartic  com-
Particulars of Chief Forester,  Victoria, B.O. 1st iss. N.30 3m.
SYNOPSIS OF COAL M KING
REGULATIONS.
Coal mining rights of the Domiuion
111 Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Al
•efrta, the Yukon Territory, the
North-west Territories and in h por-
Mon of the Province e>f British Colombia, may be leased lor a term ol
twenty-one years at an annual rental of .1 an acke. Not more than
2,560 acres  will  bo leased  to one ap
mittee was well satisiied with the pre-   plicant.
-.nt state of the Scott fund, whioh
amounted to nearly $100,01X1. He ad-
ded that it had not been decided how
long the fund would be kept open. The
comtniti.ee is waiting to see lhe gov-
ernmen 's proposal before setting a
limit, He added:.—"We are not likely
to adopt Lord Curzon's suggestion of
a Scott Memorial Hall, owing to   tho
Application for lease must be made
.y tbe applicant iu person to the
\getit or Sub-Agent of thn district
in which the rights applied tor are
situated.
The lease will include the coal mm
mg rights only, but the lessee may
•>e  permitted  to     purchase  whatever
.    i....:   • v d     the
•
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Is  • •'  t ns
like
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ia t   that we do not     attae'h     groat available surface rights may be con-
importan-e to a     con reto memorial, sidered necessary for the working ol
ill...  I  feel  the deeds of Cap! - the mine at the rate of    $10.00     as
.i ii S oti and his companions and the acre,
forthcoming look will be the only ne-
ccssary memorial, and also tho     best
Bit   I'M at   -aid be expect
ed that the expenses of compiling aad
the book would be    about
0
It  stage, amid s.-en-
iy   painted  lev  pn-on hands,     Sarah
,\ .1 in     Prenoh in    the
■n  ya .1 of  San Quetin  penitential a-ue , I  i960 con.'icts.
- witnessed the per
Invitation of Warden
Reuf,  who has been
-
I
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-
Two
■
In surveyed territory the laad must
he described by sections, or legal
sub-divisions of sections, and in un-
surveyed territory the tract appliod
tor shall be staked oui. by the ap -
plicant  himself.
Each applicart nriet bo accompanied by a fee of $S which will be refunded if the rights applied for are
not available, but not otherwise. A
royalty shall be pnid on tho merchantable output of the mine at the
rato of five cents per ton.
Tho person operating the mine shall
furnish tho Ageut with Bworn returus
tit and     lover     of
among the few accouLntin8 *« the full quant.ty
". I  in full  the spo-
k.n   wi ||   nearly  missed
When   Iter  atltomo -
: riv      Int Iding,      sho
.head   ol  her.   Only
on  nny      one
merchantable coal mined and pay the
royalty therecn. If the coal mining
rights are not being operated, such
returns should be furnished at least
once a year.
Por full     information    application
■f  non,-      would   Hhoul(1 I" made to the Secretary    of
W\  p|   , ,,.,|   the Department of the Interior,    Ot-
Twonty dollars in  tawa, or to tbe Agent or Sub-Agent
thi   power
; ■- plea ol    a
of Dominion  Lands.
W.  W. CORY.
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toward .be heart    As 'if- inn"   pens   Churchill' undmeni
DISSOLUTION  OP   PARTNERSHIP.
NOTICE is hereby given that the co-
partnershlp   heretofore  subsisting    between the undersigned, under the firm
name eif Revcl-toke Plumbing, Heating and    Sheet     Metal Company, at
Revelstoke, B.C., has been this    day
ei .rt olved      by  mutual  consent.     The
i.n Inesi will hereafter be carried     on
by  Sidney  Humphreys, by whom    all
1   debts ol the old firm will be paid and
""   to whom all outstanding ...-counts due
i tee  old firm nro to be paid.
Revelstoke, B.O., February nth,i9is
Itevelstoke  Plumbing,  Heating,
and Bhtel Metal Company.
H.  Humphreys.
P.  Bent.
1st issue  IfiFVb. lm.
e        • tl
,'      'i.e-       ,
.'.     ..lllll     Will
lal
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104. It
Locker bank,
.in.       il..
1 nlon  •   member
'
iy of I        in lags
if • t • !• :,.- ,.-fi j nridt and
Win tOO
10     the
mi    'lelietie-,    .elu  h   vi a      .le
tie- bear I '■ .' robbed their f'nt<-i      His   Liberal Union! t      ol
h tht  .n I rumen t, As mim leagues gave Mm   ,     ms <va    silver
ly as   though    death    wr   tba last rt •■ In app f bi   loynity to
■b n - terrible, he proceeded. lhe puny.
.Shi/ohm
Th.  f»mll»   remedy   for   Couth*   ud Coldi
1 "Shiloh mil  to  little   and ttoe*   to mncbl'
Important Auction Sale of Horses
Having received instructions front
the Land and Agricultural Company,
of Canada, I will soil by Public Auction at their Home Farm, North of
Swan  Lake,  Vernon, B.O., on
WEDNESDAY. MARCH 19th, 1913
Sale Will Commence at 12:30 p.m.
(ll—Pedigreed Percheron Stallion.
"Herlveau" (Imp) 11137) (74738) Color dark grey, foaled March 15th, 190?
bred by M. Riant, Prance, and import d in November, 1909, by P. La
(iuen, Alberta. (3)—I'odigreed Perch-
iron Marcs, G years old, in foal to
"Heriveau." (15 j—Teams of Heavy
Geldings and Marcs weighing from
about 2S00 to 3000, broken to harness
nnd ranging in ages from 5 to 9 yeara
(20)—i year-old Geldings, weight about. 1400, well handled but not broken
to harness. (Ifi)—Head of younger
Stock from heavy mates.
By courtesy of the C.P.Ry. the train
will stop at Ranch Siding, both ways,
cn day of Sale; and conveyances will
te on hand at Company's Vernon office to meet arrival of boat special at
\c:non to tnke buyers from I,ake
points out to Company's Home Farm
TERMS:—Oiv-third Cash; bai. six
months, approved lien notes at 8 per
• ent.  interest.
T.  J. TRAPP & CO.,
I unch  wi'l be served Auctioneers
FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL
It makei uo difference whil you rtjeure on
planting this season—we can supply you,
tnd with tin* finest quality of purser; stock
erer grown.
AU trees, plants, vines, berries, shnihs,
evergreens, roses, etc., miM hy us uru guar*
teed
TIIUB TO NAME
It wlll pay you tn p-t In touch with ns.
„   KVI.r.V PLANTER NBED8 Ol It BOOK—
LANDSCAPE GARDENING
8c   WHAT TO  PLANT"
32 PAGES, I04(STAMPS)
PRASER
jVALLaEY
Ijurseriesit*
111 RICHARD M'.COMB.OEillMCR
IiBOX. A. ALDERGROVE.B.C.
>     M.BWtfR JlMSito U M
OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL 9 ClClXXA
Let Us Loan
You the Money
AT
5°|o
To Buy
Build
PAY  OFF
MORTGAGES
OR    IMPROVE
REAL ESTATE
See Our Plan
Phone, Write or Call
THE CANADIAN HOME]
INVESTMENT CO.. LTD.
mHOHMi WEDNESDAY. MARCH 12, 1913.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGH 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. 8. 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 horn of every pair;
Of 20th Century welts that's sold
Will draw new trade, and hold the old.
Union   Hotel
(  JUST NEWLY REPAIRED
RATES,      .     $1.50 PER DAY
Weekly ami monthly rates to be arranged.        Meal Tickets, 21 meals for |6.00
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
A   T. LEVESQUE, Proprietor
gj«^
H. J. h.dCULY, fremittor.
'£(.STOfc%
Strictly; First Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with Bath
Sweater Coats
LADIES" AND CHILDREN'S SIZES
A nice assortment to choose from. Warm and
comfortable for Early Spring Wear. Prices
reasonable.  p
MRS. A. G. CRICK,    ■    FIRST STREET
Laughton C& Tapping, Props. First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
European Plan
Open Day and Night. - Meal Tickets, $6.00
MONTHLY BOARD
B.C. FOREST
REVENUES
INCREASED
Victoria, B.C., March 9—Tnat thine vv poliey of protecting and administering the Provincial forest -asset, under export and practical business methods, is vastly to the advantage of
Briti--h Columbia and to the credit of
the respon-lhle minister, Hon. Mr.
Ross, is attested by figures, more eloquent and convincing than words, con
gtttuting the statistical record ol timber revenues for January and February. These in the ordinary recapitulation of license fe.'S, transfer charges,
pcnaltie-. rentals, etc., amount, for
the two months just closed, to upwards of half ,1 million dollars—?soo,-
805,03 to be exact There is to be added to this handsome total, however,
the proceeds of the >ales by tender of
o.hl remnants or isolate small stands
of timber which took place on tbe 24
ultimo, and which more thnn redeemed even the most optimistic hopes con
cerning them.
Approximately $130,1165.43 Is the im-
modiate contribution to the general
provincial revenue through the sal-' of
thos,' ul !s a.-i-'l ends of timber ( a
considerable portion of it fire-killed,
ar.d destined to I.e a total waste unless Immediately cut and utilised) besides which royalty is to I. paid ou
every tne and pole cut, thus eventually bringing 'o tbe Treasury a further sum the magnitude of which may
be bio.idly apptecieated when it is
remembered that the present royalty
is at tlie rate of 5(1 cents per M. an,l
the teact.s disposed of ar.' roughly
cruisel as contain'ng 89,001,000 feet of
timber, in addition to poi s, railway
ties, i tc,  all of which bear tribute.
Asil.e from the monetary plans of
the question, too, the n-wly inaugurated competitive sale poiicy is peculiarly advantageous to thc country Inasmuch as purchases are in all cases
made rcn-lition.il upon immediate cut
ting, so that in the- event of the lands
of any of th? tracts being suitable
for agricultural utilization, tbey will
le available for the pre-emptor as
scon as k/g_cJ ol—and pre-emptors
are certain ta some- to British Colum
tla in industrious battalions now that
"-lr c lands for settlers" has been
adopted as a policy of this branch
of th'  Lands Department.
Vet still nnoth--r accruing benetit is
found in minimization of the general
forest fire risk b.v the expeditious removal of timber, which otherwise
would in numerou- cases constitute
an unavoidable and very serious me-n-
a c. As to the advantages in enabling lo.-ger- in the interested sections
to complete their operations thor
oughly and without waste of the odd
bits of inferior timber bordering their
respective holdings, augmenting tho
general provincialouput and giving
profitable employment to many good
men of the woods, these are too self-
evident publi'- l.eeiietits to call for com
ment. They may !>-■ classed as by-
profits of the  tran^a tion.
I. a-.in; the matter of these Bpecial
sal's for later . on<ideration, the general timber branch revenues of the
provin e feir January and February-
are found tn reach th<> iecor.1 totil
of $10P,S05.03
ten yeUTB, so practically every child
over om- year old was rounded up and
duly married oil. Not one of the
brides was over 12, and the majority
were bceween one and seven years of
age, while the bridegrooms varied
from three to nine. Most of the "hap
py couples" had to be nursed by
their parents during the ceremony and
sucked candies in blissful ignorance of
tbeir fate.
Forty years in use, 20 years
the standard, prescribed and
rrcommended by physicians.
For Women's Ailments, Doctor
Martel's Female Pills, at yeur
druggist.
Spiders will play a Part in the com
pletion nf tin- Panama Canal. It ls
learned that Colonel Gocthals has
placed ;, man in e barge of six spiders
Irom whose co o.uts threads will be
taken for use in all the- engineers'
transits. Heretofore tbe threads used
have been of platinum.
INFLAMMATORY
RHEUMATISM
Completely Cured by GIN PILLS
Mr. W, C. Reid, of Hamilton, Ont.,
one of llie best knowii and most highly
respected commercial travellers in
Canada, was a cripple from Rheumatism
and suiTered terribly. GIN PILI.S
cured him.    Mr. Reid writes as follows :
"I have been for the last two years a
cripple with Muscular and Inflammatory
Rheumatism, I tried almost everything;
known to medical science to relieve me
of the intense pain nnd Inflammation.
I BOUj'ht change of climate in Kentucky
and other Southern points without relief.
Your manager in this city recommended
GIN PILLS and I have since taken eight
boxes and am now cured. I consider
CIN PILLS the conqueror of Rheumatism and Kidney Diseases."
Gin Pills is sold with a positive
guarantee to cure or money promptly
refunded. 50c. a box, 6 for 52.50.
Sample free il you write National Drug
nnd Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited,
Toronto. 142
LIQUOR APPETITE
IS NOT INHERITED
It is acquired through Alcoholic
Poisoning which Neal Treatment
eradicates in three days.
Ethical Aiel which takes away
liquor appetite—Given at the
Neal Institute.
THE NEAL INSTITUTE
Cranbrook, .li. O.
Box 325. - The ine 11i
——B
E.    G.    BURRIDGE
Tinsmith Repairs, Hot Air, Pipe
and Furnace work
-WORK    SHOP -
Oeinnauc'et   Ave.    -    RevolBtoko
r
-\
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
in irket affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cly*     Ritep $1 a day.    Monthly rate.
J.   ALBERT     STOISTE      PROP.
¥00 TAKE fO ni£K
Our fiepyta.idii and Money is
Back of this Offer
We pay fur all the medicine use.l
during the trial, 11 our remedy fails
to completely rei.eve you ol constipation. We take uil the risk. You are
not ol 11 .1 I to US in any way
. .. you at ■, 1 0 1 ofler.
Could anything ba 1 0    fair for you7
Is   tilt ■ ,  ..11   i.l,.   yoU     Bhoul I
besl tate to put our claims to actual
test ?
'1 be moi icii ntiflc common sense
treatment   ta  Rexall  Orderlies,   which
are eaten  like candy,   They  arc  very
pronot.i Ue and pleasant     in
and parti ularlj agreeable in
every way. They do not cause diarrhoea, nausea, flatulence griping or
any inconvenience whatever. Ite\nll
Orderlies ate' particularly roo.1 for
children, nged and delicate persons.
Vie urge you to try Hexall Orderlies
ut our risk. Two sizes, 10c. an.l Z.'ic.
Remember, you can get Itcxall Remedies in this community only nt our
store—the Rcxull Store, Walter Hews'
drug store.
IF "Pi
YOU WANT TO
BUY OR SELL:
LAND
A HOUSE
A BUSINESS
FURNITURE, &c.
We can help you '
Just advertise in the
REVELSTOKE MAIL-HERALD
The exclusive ndi ertNtifj
uieilium for this 'I strict,
Rverj body «ill • ee j mii at\\ 11
tlsemenl and the eust is.only
10c. Lino    Minimum Chirpo, 25c
V J
Husbands for Babies
BomHay, March 5—With imposing
tribal ceremonies, 800 nativo children,
ef ages vary ine from one year to 12
j-e-ais have lust been married nt Burnt. India. B?arly iimrrlatp-s nre cotn-
mon .11 the Hast, hut lho I.ewa Kun-
bi sect only celebrate weddings   every
%i)Z^^^
06
my dcfaAc
rdytlkcaiitcf/JM
my faActflkufy
1t» Ihr CLF.ANF.5T, ItMPLMTi ind BEIT HOME
I>YK, oni* ran huy—Why you don'l Iftfl hive in
knnw wlmt KIND of Cli.tli yourGooda ire Dttdl
nf,--Su Hllttlm nr* Impomilhlr.
Srnd for I rrr Color Cflfdi Story   Ilonklrt, and
tOOMlt K'virm ffiulla of Dyrlntf over other rolnra.
Th* JOHNSON-RICHARDSON CO., Umllad,
M-'nti...;   1  on,. 1,1
Revelstoke Hardware Co., Ltd
See
the
Prices
SALE of DISHES
See
the
Prices
Pontraciva Silver-Grey  stock patterns
Cups C& Saucers Regular S3.00 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
97-piece $et 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, CbttC.
Agents for Minerva Paints and Oxford Ranges.
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o McRaes t
Big Shoe Sale
Having decided to clear out
our line of WALKOVER
SHOES we have placed
on sale all of our remaining
stock at $3.75 Per Pair.
Don't fail to see our windows and buy while the
sizes last.
McRae Mercantile Co.
Q The Kevelstoke Home of Society Brand Clothes (*)
Ja. ami U.S.  I'eter's Overalls „
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Imperial Bank of Canada o
Head OtFIc©— Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Subscribed
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
Total Assets,
6.000,000.00 0
6,620,00u.00 '
6,620,000.00
S72,IC0,C00.00
Branched or Agnus at all principal r'iith In,Canada,
Agentf in Great Britain and t'nilid State*- 1 - > e:. n, England,
Lloyds Bank, Limited, Chicago—First National Hack, i.n Exchange Nation.il Bank. Seattle—Seattle National Bank, San Frai •
cisco—Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank 8pokane—Exchange
National Bark,
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of $1 and upward, received, and  interval all trad at
current rate from date of deposit.    Correspondence •■ ':■ Iled.
Revelstoke Branch- A. B. McC!ene&ban, Mjrr.
6<XKHKK>00-00<K>0<K>0-->0OO O<xva<i)
WHITE STAR - DOMINION LINE
ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS SAILING EVERY SATURDAY
LARGEST   STEAMERS  TO  CANADA
New S.S. Laurentic and Megantic (15.000 Tonsi
S.S. "Teutonic" and S.S. "Canada" 110,000 Tons)
582 feet long. 514 feet long.
Now is the time to arrange for the passages
of your friends from England. We issue
prepaid tickets, and our offices in England
communicate with passengers, arranging
all details and advancing any funds do-
posited with us. We also inform you when
passengers arrive.
FOR SAILINGS AND FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY
COMPANY'S   OFFICES
619 Second Avenue, Near Cherry St, Seattle PAGE FOUR
THE MAIL-HERALD,REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12,  1913.
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OPENING  PLAY
Wm. A. Brady's
New York Success
"THE LITTLE MOTHER"
All Special Scenery.
Elegant  Wardrobe
■SHMBE
SATURDAY   SALE
Cold Water
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PER PACKAGE
or
o
ANY COLOR
1\k fiDati-lbeualo
'4/
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HATTHliAV   AT
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mtcnor |put>its.Mim Company,
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J.  K.  JOHNHON,   Manager.
RALPH  G.   SORUTON,   Editor.
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in ral- 10 renin per lin.- each insertion.
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FRIDAY.   MARCH   14th.   1913
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. i-itieisms ol the Liberal press ol Brit
i li Columbia, regarding thu states-
manliko mea-iura providing tor the
compilation uf an absolutely new vot-
ei-s' ii<i for our Province, in both local and Dominion elections, intioJue;-
i-d and     passed in tho just c included
M-dMOIl.
For years, every time in (act tho
govirnmtnl have c.one' to tiie country
lor i e-en.lorsat oil, complaint bus been
made by defeated candidates that iho
Voters' lists were out of date and
loadi 1 with tlie names of parties who
through death or change of res-idence,
bad ceased to be numbered among tin-
active constituents oi tli" district
where they ii-un-l ,,n the voters' list-;
Sj e iously woi di I p^oi sis supposed
in I '■ mad* len I ihalf of the business
community who frequently use tho
lis s as a rough in ans of tabulating
tin- permanent citizens, were also at-
t n indulged in.
'i h.e government, always anxious to
be in- lo late, have now finally solved
i i. i pio lens, by announcln.- that
the old lisl iver • completely cui' '-lie.1
and I h it ;,,. ent liely now list would
be e-ei upilod Ample notico of thee
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March 12th
and following days
Our
Millinery   Opening
for 1913
MM3 CALL, who h:is,just. rernrned from Eastern
M trkets, hi3 visited the different Wholesale
Millinery Openings in Toronto, Chicago and Win-
nipa*?.
You can depend
Styles for 1913.
1EID & ^
upon   the. very   Latest  Spring
L
ib.-ir vnte-e will be the more valuable,
because the government, by a wise,
statesmanlike measure, havo ridded
ihe li-ts of the accumulated deadheads of ten years standing, thus ensuring th-ii anv vote polled on telle
expurgated rolls will represent ihe
opinion of the entire entranchiseablo
population of ihe- most modem and
enlightened province throughout the
vhole Dominion oi ("ana la,
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BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
First Street, Revelstoke,  Tel.  No. 22
Choice Groceries,   Fruit,    Vegetables
Hay, Feed and Poultry Supplies
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CANADA'S BEST
jn.il i\.   i'i-i fee-
lii Dur
LEADI.'. G
CANADIAN   PIANOS
Heating Stoves
Kootenay Ranges
Saskalta Ranges
Sunshine Furnaces
.B.
Hardware and  Sporting Goods
We are offering good discounts ofl' all Crockery,
Glass and Silverware during month of January.
BOURNE BROS., LIMITED
First St, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
Plumbing Heating Tinsmithing
Spe. i.ii Attention raid to M.nl Orders
.£,
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rain
■   en.I I'm iiy
OUR PLAYER PIANOS
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Marchitst   HOT CROSS BUNS   March 2,st
li   you   li.ucn't   any daughters, buj   them for your sons,
Imt lie sure aud place youi ■ >i ■ I i-i earlj for we deliver them
i         in GOOD I'RIDAY morning'* breakfast.
A   FEW    SPECIALS    FOR
EASTER
ei       . I'resh Churned taaurentia
in e|   Ni w   '/; aland   Buttei,    Swifi 's
i                      . i. in.nnl Hnn .ui'l Baron.
Lett    ■  , i ,i een < >mon   and i el
i i   [on      - elebratcd Dutch i n
Uutter, l-'rc-b
Premier   an.l
nv.
Hive   It.
Bo* 71
i'-'-- ii        .v   Hobson
WINDSOR   CAFE   AND   GRILL
LATEST SHORT ORDER AND DINNER HOUSE
JUST OPENED UP
hei
Rive Os a Trial,
AN   I'.AKTKH   l'<
KOOHNAYAGI.NlillS.lffl.
A   (i.  T1IIAKISON.
Manager
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Ti
H;m<> i|  ■ ialty
Phone 42 -   Niyht phone 85
N O T I C E
U. Company I02n;l, Ro«. R. M. R., bi ■,; to announi t thej  will hold
in t'n.   I 'i ill I lali -ni ihe- ind. and  Ith rening
li moni h, I lull • nill i»- a   follows
January 10th. and 24th, 1913.
February 14th    '    28th.    "
March 14th.       "   28th.    "
April 11th. "   25th.     "
menl guaranteed. Mm Ic ie. City Band, We solicit your
R. M. R. Dance Committee
C. H. Brock. Chairman.
.l^eaUBl^HH "WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12,  1913.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGE F1VB|I
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All During March There
Wiil be Plenty of Bargains Displayed in This
Store, Watch for Them
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. £. J4ume & Co.. limited
Watch Our Windows for
Special Lines and Bargains During March and
Look at Price Tickets.
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12J 913
ALL   WELCOME
SL ^j Jljj.
9
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iftiauLa
Furni
Department
Fine Footwear for Women
Bution Shoes for Women ara again to ihe (ore thia
..son, and witb tbe buttons remain the Medium high toes
..nd short Vamps! For the Coming Season the heels will
be slightly lower. T..n- In all Shades will be much worn.
specially in the hiirh cut, fourteen and eLhte-u buttons,
chocolates oc very dark tan? have made their appearance,
and giv.- promise of being much worn next s ason: but for
the present season the lighter shades will be more in vague.
We hav,- received oui tiv-i Spring Shipment of Women's High tirade b - •' and Oxfords. Tbey are all the
famous "Bell' Shoo anl mow all the most up-to-date features exhibited for the present Seas n. We ask your in -
-petion and do notblio.-e  lhat  compari ons are obvious.
WOMEN S TAN' LACK or BUTTON HOOT—Fourteen
Buttons; Goodyeai Welt, Medium heel, short Vamp
new "Welcewood toe. Aleut the classiest little
Sho-- shown thissi-ason,     Price,  per pair   {5.00
WOMEN'S TAN LACK or BUTTON Iti 11 iT—High Cut
l.ae-M of Eighteen Buttons. Same Last and particulars as the Fouite 11 I.nitons.     Prlre, per pair   $6.00
WOMEN'S TAN BUTTON, t LOTH TOP—Eighteen
Buttons, Dark Ta', t'loib Top, with lighter Vamp
Price,  per  pair  $5.50
WOMEN'S QUN METAL LACK or BUTTON BOOT—
Fourteen Button-, new toe and heel. Very dressy,
and    .ust the thin ; for Spring     weather. Price ... $5.00
WOMEN'S GUN METAL LACE or BUTTON BOOT111
High cut Lace or Eighteen Butions. Same a* Fourteen Buttons Price per     pair   $6.00
WOMEN'S CHOCOLATE KID LOW BOOT—Welt sole,
-hort Vamp, Flexil.le- as a glove. One of the real
New  ones.      Price 1 er  pair  $5.00
WOMEN'S BITTON OXFORDS—Dark Tan with Cloth
Top to matih. Short Vamp. "Wedgewood, last.
Price, per pair $4.50
WOMEN'S BUTTON OXFORD—Gun Metal witb Cloth
Top, same Last and weight as the Tan. Price,
per pair  $4.50
WOMEN'S   PAT   OXFORD—Eighteen   Button    or  Laco.
Short   Vamp.    Nob toe.      Medium   Heel. Dull     Kid
Top?.        Price,   pel   pair   $4.50
Boy's Shoes on Men's Lasts
—♦——
• They look just like Dads." That is what
every boy* says of them, and he is right. Our
;'Boy Scout" shoes not only are made on lasts
just like men's lasts, but they are made just as
well as men's shoes. Every pair is "Goodyear
Welt" made, and the stock is of the same high
grade which goes into the finest boots for" men.
c-411 the new styles in fine shoes, high and medium toes. All the wear and waterproof qualities
in the heavier grades. Let us show you what
we mean when we say they are " Little Men s
Shoes" and Better Boys Shoes.
Sizes.   7 to 10 Prices. $2.50 and $2.75
Sizes. 11 to 13 Prices. $2.75   to $4.00
Sizes.   1 to   5 Prices, $3.00   to $4.50
Oun Grocery and Crockery" Department
Pure Clover Honey
Pure Clover Honey
Five Pound Tins  I
Se'lllClS          SJ
Bottles   2.">c, 35c. and to
Comb!  '.	
A Fresh Assortment of
MARMALADES
■   and lil.i, lav. lis 7 and i Pound Tint,
and J lackwelle land 3 round Glass Jars.
Kellli i   ~i and t Pound Tin .
Keillors ! Pound Olase Jar-.
rUons 7, i and - Pound Tine.
Chi vers Orange, l-'ic anil Lemon in Gla -   '    i
iieei,, it one Tangerine, Pineapple, Q i
Try Dur Canned
Fruits
In   h avv    yrup.   strawbi-iries.   Raspberries,   Cher-
Gagfl Plume, Loir bard Plums, I'caches and
2 Pound '''ins.
i-ruits in tiallon    Tins— Pumpkin,    Pt
I     rs, 'thubarb and Hums.
Evaporated Fruits
«nd Fresh r arhw, reau,  Apples, I'ii;
Sunbeam Tea Red Label Good Blue Label Best
THE BEST BRANDS OF TEA ON EARTH
Specials for Friday and Saturday
97-Piece Dinner Set     $7.50
Three Tables of Chinaware 20  Per Cent. Discount
Watch Our Corner Windows tor Grocery Specials.
House Furnishing Department
Bpring   will soon be here, thai means Ne«  Carpets,  Llm :    window Shade,
Verandah Boreene, Bto,   Wo have all ol I .                       teona le prices. For
tli.- leii.inc.   .el tlii   week we an  tnak i          ductlon • n Ruga, to a o     or Stu stock.
jiou know tho rout ol raw Material bae been a.han Ing llD(i it .iiccte th.-
Cork,  Oil  and  Jule  that  i'i need  in  making  Linoleum.   Prl.-ee o;.  L -   ad'   nc<-;   abOtttM   |   t
per cent   um what  thoy  were  tu,,  v.                   \\v have  ...  full  line   t .-     a-                      ;,,.     .1  prloee and
will bi-11  mi   Ihe  "Id  prion    as long                 is.   Do  not   wait but I    a.<- L-oOei interest     on
your  money.   Wo have received a lat            Ignmeni ot pood     -  1 ds tha-  we can aflord to civs
vou the benefit ol the low price on tiiom.  They are fi.ur feet and  I .r leet f,x   lull   lie), We will veil
it  the low price ot $.'.00, as long as ihey  last.   We  will   bo  plea---e! -o 'how them to vc; ll interested.
We  have  many  other ar' will require (or Pprlni;.
1 PAGE SIX
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12,  1913.
BEWS   DRUG   STORE
Brownie's $| to $4.00
Folding Brownie's $5 to $12
Kodaks $10 to $05
Winter or Summer
You Can Kodak
BEWS  The *R&Wa££ Store
f-% •%.-%-■%.■*%•-%.•*.-«. %,-k^-n.-*--%-%'%.%•%.-%/%-%.%■%.-%.%/%-%.-».-%.-*.-%.*.-»
DISTINCTIVE CUT GLASS
Vases, Bowls, Comports,
Manufactured by "Libby"
BE NOT DECEIVED
<X. GrT3"¥T BAEBEE
C. P. R. WATCH INSPECTOR
J
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros.
Props.
First-Class in all
respects.
All Modern
Conveniences
RATES. $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Rates
REVELSTOKE. B. C.
. . . It Mioht Be Cold. .
BTJT
It is always hot in the plunge at Halcyon Hot Springs,
whose natural hot medicinal waters are the most wonderful health restorer on the Continent. Our. record of cures
of rheumatism and other chronic complaints is unequalled
and verified by our gratified patrons. Locatetl among the
greatest scenery of Canada, easy of access,—the Sanitarium is luxuriously fitted and finished for comfort and
convenience of guests.
Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. BOYD, Proprietor, -        Halcyon. Arrow Lakes
Fruit  Lands
FOR SALE
Galena Bay land? in jmrceln of
10 or 20 acre- ur en bloc. Correspondence inviti il.
John Shaw. Agent.
Box 616 Arrowhead
Lumb
um Der men
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporte*
Old Town,    -   Revelstoke, B. C
before buying yonr outfit  of working   c'.. I   -
for the bush.    I make a
specialty
I -
Blankets andeverytl
required -n vont
ROBERT  SMITH,
Provincial  I.* eyor,
Mming Surveyor,
Kntlnt*t:a\
McKENZIE  AVE.,
BOX   IOC     RRVEL8T
HARVET,  McCARTER
AND  PINKHAVI.
W.  H.  WALLACE    " J.A
ARCHITECT
Box . one 313, ReveUtota
KOOTENAY      LODGE,   No.   1» A.  t
a,i I  A.   M.
Barriittn,  Solicitor!,   Etc
Imperial  Bank   I:    Iding   Revtl-
etoke, B. 0.
Monty to I.oaa.
Officti—Rtve;»t  k».
B.    C.
Md
Cranbrook,
B.  C.
',t     S. McCartor,
A.  M.  Pinkham,
J.  A.
Harv«y
Ravrlitok*.
a .brook
REVELSTOKE LOYAL ORDER
MOOBE  Nc
.   10W
Regular     n; , i MAC
ONIC TEMPLE Ha!*.
| on tha Tl.irl Monday .n each
lat  S  p.  m.      Viaitlng brethren      art
cordially welcome.
J. HI HAMILTON', W. M.
A. G. BROOK i>!tary.
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 c_/4.griculturists.—Scenic Attractions.—Industrial Possibilities.
(io where you will, you will find no
better located point for the site of a
Oily than Revelstoke. It ia as nearly
us possible in the centre ol thai great
section of British Columbia extending
for a length of 3">0 miles between the
Crow's Nest and B.C. Southern rail ■
way systems to the south und the
routes of the Grand Trunk Pacific
and Canadian Northern railways to
the- norlh
Prettily situated on the Columbia
River where il is crossed by the main
line of the Canadian Pacific Railway,
it is nlso the junction with the main
line of the Arrowhead and Kootenay
Railway, whieh connects with the palatial steamers of the C.P.R. on tho
Arrow Lake's, and with the B.C. Southern, Columbia and Western, Crow's
Nest Pass and Great Northern Railway  systems to  the south.
As the construction of the (irand
Trunk Pacific and Canadian Nonhern
railways to the north proceeds, and
theso system-; become extended iuto
tin- Canoe River valley and the territory tributary to the Big Bend of the
Columbia, they must seek connections
with the south, and Revelsloke will be
the point of junction of the railway
systems of the future with those of
today as thoy traverse the great valleys whie-h radiate cast and west,
north and south from this city as
their common centre.
While Revelstoke thus occupies an
exceptionally strong position as a
traffic emporium, its outlook ia still
brighter from an industrial and man-
ufae turing point of view. There are
1,000 miles of timber on the Columbia
River and its tributaries north of the
city. Th.' expenditure involved in the
conversion ol tliis timber into a marketable product will not fall far short
of J275,00«,OBO.
\\:t' -r power is plentiful in the vicin
ity, th" city having harnessed one'
stre-um to a capacity of 1,800 horse
power, which Is offered for industrial
purposes  ,i-    oa    a'.es.
lr.    ti'." ve. irary  to Revel-
tuarter of a miii.on
a res        land  of  irood quality,     an.1
which, when cleared of timber      and
ipted for
gi fa      ag,    dairying
sto k ■
This land is capable of supporting   a
rural population of 30,000 people.
Extensive nnd varied mineral de -
posits ara known to exist iu the neigh
borhood, and await development.
Cradled and beautiful scenes of
mountnin ami glacier, forest-clad hill
and vale, river stream and lako; favored with an quable climate. Rovolstoke is one of the most picturesquely located of Canadian cities and an
ideal town in which to mako a home.
It is well lighted, has a high pressure supply of pure wator which can
be extended lo meet any future requirements, good drainage and sewerage, high-class educational Inatitu -
tions in the way of public and high
schools, a Y.M.C.A. with a well-
equipped gymnasium, two public, parks
fair grounds, race track, magnificent
summer park on Mount Revelstoke
connected with the city by rail, nice
homes and gardens, and in fact all
the modern conveniences that go to
make a town attractive from a residential point of view. (The great
summer and tourist resorts of the
Rocky Mountains are within a few
houts reach. 1 Good fishing may bo
had in many of the adiac nt streams
and Ink's. Hunters will find here resorts of big game with reliable guides
at call.
One of the most valuable assets of
the district is its climate. It is comparatively mild, equable according to
the seasons, salubrious, bright and
sunshiny throughout the greater part
of the year. Th" heat is not exe-ess
ive in midsummer; the evenings are
always pleasantly cool. The winters
are not extreme, the temperature rarely falling below zero, and then not
exceeding ten degrees below for a few
days in midwinter. The natural moisture is sufficient to make irrigation
unnecessary. A more bracing atmosphere it would be difficult to find.
The Government rorords show summer and winter ranges of temperature
as follows:
Summer—July, 1909, Maximum S9 deg
July 1909, Mean, 77 deg.i; July 1909
Minimum, 4-0 deg.; July, 1909, Mean
49 deg.
Winter—January,  19in,  Maximum,  40
deg.; Jan.  1910,  Mean, 27 deg.; Jan
1910, Minimum, 12 below zero.  Jan.
1910, Mean   17above zero.
Precipitation—Summer,  1909,  2.32  in.
rain; Winter,  1910,  1.11  in. rain; win
ter. 1910, 22.20 in. snow.
le of    Revelstoke is 1,400
f( • '   ah iv ■  sea   level,  and  it is     sub-
Pacific Coast  wind- Influence,
moi itura and mildness
fin" and  sunny  weather.
REDUCTION IN ELECTRICAL FIXTURES
Are you wanting any Electrical Work Done ?
If so, call at the Revelstoke Plumbing CS,
Sheet   Metal Co.'s Store, Connaught Avenue.
A. G. DUCK
ELECTRIC   SUPPLY   STORE
Phone 281
Night Phone 40
V. O. Uox 4;'
'&8fBk
FACTORY
REBUILT
TYPEWRITERS
Remington $35   Empire $25   Underwood $65
Ami numerous othor bargains. Bend for complete lint of HiiKhtly used
machines rebuilt In our own factory and mude as good ua new. Wo huvo
you $15 to $76 on any machine.   SntlHf.ietion guaranteed*
Canadian Typewriter Exchange, Dept. 21, Suite 305,319 Pender W„ Vancouver, B.C.
Howson C& Co., Ltd.
Furniture, Carpets and Linoleum at Eastern Prices, Freight
cyldded.
Howson C& Co., Ltd.
ARE  yoi;  musical?
Then take advantage of an i x-
ceptional opportunity. Cull at
BINGHAM'S MUSIC STOEE
and inspect tlie Mick of Irnntfo-
lins, Violins, Cuitats. Acccrd-
eons, Hccolos, Flutes, Multi-
Flutes, Harmonicas, Alburr.s,
Sheet Music, Player Rolls, Silk
Piano Drapes, Etc. Selling nt
next to cosl price to clear,
Edison Phcnographs and Victor
Cren-.cphcncs Also 51 o Edison
Wax Records selling at 40c.
(Usual Price, 65c.) and a first-
ila-s Felrction of Blue St-al
Unbreakable   Records  at    6.Sc.
Come Early cud Cct First choice.
i'iano Timing and Repairs a
Specialty.
a    W. u. W.
Mountain  \ :»w  Camp,  No.  lit
Meets     every  f.iet  and  third  Tuesday    in   Oddfe.lowi    Hall.       Visiting
irethern cord.ally invito!  to attend.
B.   Kdwards,  IJMator.
H.  L   Ha-JK,   Secretary.     	
SELKIRK     LODOB Lt,  L 0. O. K.
Meeta every Thurttday evening in
Selkirk Hall at 8 o'clock. Viritlng
brethren  cordially  Invited.
JOHN LYON      N. O.
JAS.   MATHIE,   Hoc.
1 Meet. Secon 1    an I      F .irth   Wcdnee
dayt    id  each   month   in     Selkirk
Hall.      Viaitlng  Woodmen are
cordially  invited  t.o attend
JAMF..S   .\MNTYRH.  O.O.
H. W. EDWARDS, Clark.
COURT     MT.      BBOBIB,    No. 14(1.
OK I. 0. r.
HINOIIAM'S   MUSIC   STORE
McKENZIE  AVE. Revelstoke.       -       Phone 2G2.
13. C.
Reprissentativk
KOH
Wm0*-
WHITE PEOPLE
Be reasonable! Don't send vour hard-earned money
to China! Remember, we are here to do your work and
we employ local white labor only. Be progressive, and
have your washing done by the West" Kootenay Steam
Laund.y.   Regular collector and delivery service.
WEST KOOTENAY STEAM LAUNDRY
Phone 80 EARL BARRACLOUGH, Manager.
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.. Ltd.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.
Manufacturers of Aerated Waters
WINES LIQUORS
CIGARS
Meeta In 1. 0. 0.  V. Hall neit   to
Tapplng'a Ojiara lloiimi r.vnrj gecond
and fourth Monday In month. Vielt-
ing brethren cordially  welcomed.
H. V.  MOROAN,  0.  R.
WM.   8.   OAMKHON,   Rae.-Bee.
cJVlr.  HAROLD   FOSTER
Li iding   NT Griffith   Sto      Co.)
EMPRESS THEATRE
Commencing MONDAY,   17th   inst.
Agents for Calgary Beer
L.E.GRIFFITHS
Hay, Grain and Feed
Office :
Cumming's Transfer Co.'y
Second  Street
G. W. HALL,
Manager .
•  WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12, 1913.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGE SEVKlf
PUBLIC
SCHOOL
HONORS
The honoi' list ol the public schools
for the month of February is as follows:
CENTRAL SCHOOL
Entrance Class—Ernest MeKinnon,
Nancye Fleotham, Sylvia GaUicano,
X,eslie Campbell, Isa Dunlop.
High Fourth— Mabel Simmonds,
Tommy Morris, Marion Lawrence, Elvira Johnston, Harry Hack.
Intermediate Fourth—Oscar Lundell,
Even-it Eaton, Agnes McGiven, Bella,
L/aiiRhton,  Manuel   Johnson.
Second Year Third Reader—Eliza -
-both Tapping* John Lonzo, Oonah
l^eiich, Thomas  Maley,  Charlie Davis.
First Year Third Reader—Estella
Shuttlewood, Clarence Lyons, Roy
Law, Vi.ior Madden, Florene-c MeDon-
aid.
Becond Reader—Gladys Barraclough
Dorothy Bunnell, Christina Owens,
Drenan Molten, Arthur Noodham.
First Reader—Cathie Do'hard, Leonard Barnes, Alfred Bourne, Alfred Abrahamson. Dipby Leigh.
High Second Primer—Gladys Mad-
lien, Tony CouefHn, Aimer Carlson,
Stuart  McLean, Irene Trimble.
Second Primer-Nellie Allan, Willio
Morris, Brldgman Taylor.
First Primer—Francis Mainprize, R.
Barraclough, Alica Morris, Arthur
Johnston.
Receiving Class—Walter Whitby, H.
McTven, Mundy McRae, Isabel Coursier,  Stuart Lotin.
SELKIRK  SCHOOL
Senior Intermediate Grade—Class A
—I. Hay.  S.  Moan,  W.  Cameron, D.
Lyttle, ('. Johnson. |
Glass B.—A.  Morgan, W. Blair,    L.
Manning, D. Hay, M. Goodwin. i
Junior Iniermediaie,  Class A—Elsie
Frey, Delbert Rushford, Chester Laug
heed, Jack Murray, (Tilly Frey, Mary
Desimone.)
Class B.—Laura Bece h, Palko Kul -
cyzeki, Edmund Kincaid, Ruth Lindmark, Robert Beech.
Second Reader—E. Fi-ey, L. Hay -
ward, J. Crawford, P. Tivini, G. Donaldson.
First Reader—Veronica Palleck, H
Porter, Nancie Ballard, Cecil McSorley, Jasper Fuoco.
High Se-ond I'rimer— Helen Briggs,
Olga Johnson, Wendal Porter, Elaine
Ro'.ih-ins,  James Blair.
Second Primer—R. Frey, Fred.
Skene, J. McRae.
Sr. So ond Primer—R. Rowlett, C.
Limozkl, C. Mackenrot, D. Kilpatrick
A. Coining, R.  Turk.
Sr. First Primer—K
D. Nelson, G. Morgan
Anderson.
Jr. First I'rimer—D. Tivini, J. Craw
fo.d, P. Harris, A. Bregolisse, J.
Hove.
Squarebriggs,
E. Laing, H.
Bryan Next Time
Oakland, Cal., March 8—Friends of
Low Fat Yuen, a prominent member
of the Chinese Six Companies wero
summoned to.lay to Low's homo to
celebrate the arrival of two "honored
ones."' The "honon-d ones'' are Wood
row Wilson Low and Thomas Riley
Marshall Low. Woodiow weighs six
pounds and Thomas five.
The- twins were preceded by Alice
Roosevelt Low, aged live, Helen Taft
Low, aged 3; Governor Pardee Low,
aged 8, an-d Mabel Low, aged 10.
"What about William Jennings
Bryan Low'.'" the father was asked.
"Mavbe sometime yet," he replied,
smiling.
qu;ckly stops   C0Uffh4|   cures  cc!ls,  ari   heals
the throat anJ Iur.es.        ::        ::        cj cents.
Canadian Pacific Railway High Level Bridge at Edmonton
The third of the gigantic structures that have been built in Western Canada by the Canadian Pacific
Railw ay Company in the past few years, the other two being the viaduct at Lethbridge. one mile long,
and the recently completed viaduct at Outlook over three thousand feet in length, the latter opened for
traffic in 1912.
The length of this bridge at Edmontsn, between abutments of north and south approaches, is 2,500 feet,
The extreme height above the mean water level is 153 feet, while the piers are 103 feet high.
The bridge consists of an upper and lower deck, the width of the upper being 39 feet and that of the lower
43 feet.
The upper deck will carry a railway track and double street car tracks; the lower will be used for vehicular and pedestrian traffic, the sidewalks having a clearance of eight feet and the roadway 23 feet.
Hen's Tweed Suits
Li.i en Co'lars
5c.
Values Up io $15
Balbriggan Under™
lUo
Per Garment
MCFARLAND'S
LISTEN!
Unio.i Made
Overalls and Jumpers
95C
Men's Hats
fit
Values Up to $3.00
Penman's Tiger Brand
Underwear
75c.
Men's Tweed Worsted Serge Suits
95
I;
Values Up to $27.50
I'VE GOT  YER!
Jirrow  Collars
2 for 25 c.
Lower Prices
Will  be  Made to  Close  Out
the Entire Stock
ITS   UP   TO   YOU   NOW
To Take Advantage of The
Big Money Savings
SALE
$120.00
GIVEN   AWAY
Saturday, March 22nd,
We have arranged with the International Correspondence School of Scranton, Pa., and London,
Eng., for a scholarship in any of the following sciences, which will be given away free to the holder
of the Lucky number.
The winner of the Scranton Scholarship secures a
fully paid-up course in
Electrical Engineering
Bookkeeping
Mining Engineer
Advertising
Mechanical Engineer
Draftsman
Civil Engineer
Assaying
Surveying
Metallurgy
Stenography
Structural Engineer
GET A CARD
Men's Tweed Worsted Serge Suits
Values Up to $22.50
Shoes S2.65
Pat. Velours, Box Calf
Bluchers, Bals., Oxfords,
Congress.
Values Up to $5.00
Shoes $1.45
oMen's Solid Leather
Working Shoes
Values up to $100
Men's Working Shirts
85c.
Regular $1.50
Heather Hose
20c.
Reg. Price, 35c.
Men's Tweed and Serge Suits
2I,95
Values Up to $35.00
TELESCOPES
95c.
Value to $1.75
C. S. MCFARLAND
OUTFITTER FOR MEN WHO KNOW
HOWSON   BLOCK UEVELSTOKE, B. C.
LOOK FOR THE STORE WITH THE RED SIGNS
Striped flannel Outing Trousers
$1.95
Regular   $4.50 PAGE EIGHT.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,   MARCH VI,  VMS.
. %%*%*% % %%%%%%
r
\ LOCAL AND
J GENERAL i
^JBIG BUSINESS
PARENT OF
SOCIAL EVIL
cit
Dickenson ol Nelson   :; io town.
R. Joi*   . ol Vancouver, is in tho
r
! BUSINESS
LOCALS)
Tonight and Thursday night,     The'    Seo ChaB M. Field about that Life
Chicago, Maivh &-"Our commission Count of Monte Cristo, 3,000
ha    proved .hat   low     wages  - —  ,1,v 8tal' theatre-
T'. Kidd of     Vancouvei    waa doing
Sms.n -s here yesterday.
liv
JV.-S.
.1.
bead
A
Sutherland made a
to Chase yesterday.
professional
e'.i bia i    an.l  .1.  Kirk   ii
i ■   ,-lsitoi    in 1 he city.
Arrow-
Mills of Toronti a ••■ n.' a
Revi   to week.
Bfi
('   M   Flankel,  of  Cleveland.  Ohio,
...  in ihe . ity thia week
,.
e    '      g
lad
te,
.■e'
M
. Shuttlewood
out
.gain
aft
T   Ili
-
ie
I iess.
P, i'  Campbell oi Salmon Arm, was
do   g  I   -in s    in   Ri vel itoke   y ster -
• i..
Mi. F. E. Clement, ing the
Kocenay  .Jam Company, ia  in     the
i
1 aul  Smith  ol     Penticton     was a
southern Okanagan vUitoi in town the
n   Idli   of thii   week |
I
Mr-.  Boyle.   Mrs,   North  and      Mrs.
Baskerville are contemplating  making
a ii ;. to the Old Country -hortly.
•     ■:   S'oble .,.' Comaplix   H.A.  Alton of N'akusp and W   A. Strutt     of
Beai ake visitors  in the city lihei'>l1 donois t0 ,ha",y
y itei lay,
Gentle reader, if you want good
sound advi >• .n how io ate-h rats,
call at Bews' drug store, they have a
i ■      : ■. enl    a
Remember the t"a and -ale . I bonn
cooking t.e tie held af thi homa of
Wrs. J.W. Stevenson : March 20th,
aftcrnoi n and evening
R. Tapping ts loing i uehing hu-i-
nest selling fruit tret i n a re enl
trip through Grand Prali e ■■-.e- ur-
pi   ed to sei   scarcely anv -now.
W u. Bradley provincia s-.--soi.
with headquart s at N'elson, came in
on the south train yesterday evening
of tbi- week. He ia ., .•'.•'-• at the
King Edward.
is the
pcinripal taetor in causing prostitu -
i.on." declared Acting Gov. O'Hara.
head of the Illinois senate whiteslave
commission tonight.
"Big business cannot deny this iu
ih.- f:ic.'.■ of overwhelming testimony of
ihe victims themaelves. Every immoral
woman that has testified has sworn
ihat poverty and inability lo earu
enough money honestly, to liV'e half
decently, drove her into a life of
shame. They were selected haphazard.
Big bu-in.ess men are responaible lot
tins awful  condition.
"One wiini-ss here, Julius Ro^n
wanl. man\ times a millionaire anl
chief owner of a business that pay-
$7,O0O,oon profit a yeai admitted that
be could have paid" $2,000,000 a year
in  to his underpaid employe..- with
out seriously interfering with lhe pro
fits of bis great concern.
"The commission ba? crystallized a
sentiment against such practices. We.
have begun at the top.among those
who pay the highest of the starvation
wages. Whe'n we get 'down io ihe bot
loin, where girls are worke.1 ten hours
a .lay for ?2 a week and even less,
we. -hall expose worse- conditions.
The I millionaires    we have      questioned  are  known  as  philanthropists,
1 alls,  pat -
i- vi  ohurihe-i   public charities nnd
leadei    of  society.
'-If we find thai these' men who value their reputation- ..nougli to guard
ihem by liberal cuts to charitable
works are underpaying their women
employees what may we expect when
i, ■ investigate the unscrupulous small
business men, sweatshop owner
nitil..-- exploiter of women and
eiiete.
Hi.• -making, (Ladies owm matorials
mail' up.)— Mrs. Morgan, Longhead
Block   Second street.
feet at Policy you arc contemplating putting
on in tho company of which Lord
Strathcona and the President of the
Rank of Montreal are directors.
REVELSTOKE
POULTRY
ASSOCIATION
SOCIAL AND    <,
PERSONAL \
GALT COAL is handled exclusively
in Revi'lstoke by the Rev.elstoke General Agene'ies, Ltd.
March iltith—the L.A. B. of R. T.,
Annual At Home and Danoe in the
opera house, Cancel all other engage
ni.nl- for ihat evening.
GALT COAL—Not just as good, but
the teal article,—The Revelstoke
General Agencies, Ltd.
Tli.. Revelstoke' General AgenciesLtd.
aie the exclusive agents for thc famous HALT COAL.
The first Canadian contingent that
went to the Boer war were insured for
$1,000,000 in the Ocean Accident and
Guarantee Corporation. Tho Revel -
stoke Fire Brigades are also insured
in this company. Th" special agent
for thi- company is ("has. M Field —
Best policy in the market issued to all
especially lo railroaders.
James, the Chimney Sweep, is back
in town, and will give prompt person- j
al attention to all jobs.   Tho e Ori,
cntal  Hotel,  or  write,   James,      The
Chimney  Sweep,    C.  O.  Oriental Ho-1
tel,   Revelstoke.
Railroaders, beware. Do not put oa
■ life or accident tnsuranco without first
looking over the attractive and low
priced policies ollered you by Chas.M.
Field, in his sound and reliable com-1
panies.
Only four companies settled their
losses in full in  the     San    Francisco
I earthquake and fire, of which tho Lon-
! don  Assuranco  Corporation  was on1.
j Tbis company  paid  out  .$7,000,000 In
i that  disaster,  thoir poli> ies arc writ-
; ten here by Chas. M. Field.
I
i Forty years In use, 20 years the
standard, prescribed and recommend,
ed by physicians. For Woman's Ail -
mints, Dr.  Muriel's Female Pills,    at
| your druggist.
A meeting of the Revelstoke Poultry
Association was held at Smytiie's hall
on March 7th. Present, ,1. Mathie in
tho chair, Hon. President F.W. Laing
J.J. Devine, p. Fleetham, W.A. Foote
S. Needham, H.  Sig'hfried, P. Somes,  ing in town,  ihe guest of Mrs
G.  Somes,  CE.  Young,  Mr. Bell, R.  Hamilton.
Ballard and    Sec.  Roy  Smythe.    Tho
meeting was called to meat J.R. Terry, secretary of tho B.O,  Poultry Association.
J. Malhie called the niectiug to onl
er and on motion of F.W. Laing, aoc-
ondei by F. Fleetham that the Revelsloke l'oultry Association hold their
Winter Show on December 2nd, 3rd
and ith ot December, 1918,, was carried.   Tin- secretary  was in-tructed  to
Mrs. R. '/.. Crawford has gouc to
visit relatives in Chase for a few
weeks.
Miss  Haydin of Kamloops is  visit-
J. H.
Mr. Lightfoot, manager of the Gurney Foundry Co , spent a couple ot
days in town last week, making some-
business acquaintances,
The Snow-hoe Club look ;l lramp
up Mount Revelstoke as far aB the
hluITs on Sunday, and had lunch. Tb«
going was not at all had.
A number of old friends mot  at the
write lo C, Wise, Peniiclon, W. Purdy  bome of  Mrs.  D.W,  Footo on  Wonday
Washington, B.B, Cale Vancouver,   t„  evening  to  welcome Miss Foot-'  home
lind put  if  iheir servi.es coul'd he ob-   from hei   visit to the BOUlh.
tained as  Judge and what the     fce>
would  be.
PURE SEED
FOR B. C
FARMERS
Thi- is th.. season when farmers ar.'
securing their seed supply for the
coming spring. Thc importance of using seed of high vitality and free
irom weed- cannot be too strongly
aud emphasized. Very often in the past
hii- farmer- through ignorance of tbc nual
iiy of the seed they   were using,     or
VITALITY
STATISTICS
OF B. C
.1. H. Terry see rotary of the B. 0.
Poultry Association said ho was very
ploascd to be again with thc Revel -
stoke Poultry Association nnd was
pleased to meet such a good lot of
poultry fanciers he had ben round thc
city with F. W. Laing, President of
lho 1!. C. Poultry Association and was
surprised at the number of fine birds
kept in Revelsloke and lhe way the
members kept their poultry houses al
so the interest that the members took
in ke.'ping their birds from disease ns
h>e had not found any poultry suffering  from any  one complaint.
He also gave a very interesting talk
on artificial incubation, and brooding
At the' cl,ise of iho meeting a henry
vote of thanks wa- a.eorded lo Mr.
Terry.
Impressive Funeral
"Before we gel    h ough with this in  for some other reason,     have     sown
cestigation, the whole country will ho  weed see<l-.
shocked,  horrified   beyond expression,
ai  the  methi i    i I  big business. That
lllionaires   defy  the  mandates
..." the state in refusing to reveal tb	
pnoflts i-     presumptive    evidence   of
wealth Bwolien each year in biu'  :i-r~
ures   by   paying employees  wag'-    ■„
low the starvation i ixi.'.
"Thi investigation has already
taken a Step to ure one great evil—
that <ei the u t requirement that
all girls claim to live at horn.' under
penalty ,..' ben-     irred from employ-
Duiing the past few years thc Do -
minion Seed Branch bas been endeavoring to eflect improvement in the
seed trade educational work with farm
ers and seed dealers, -upplcme'nted by
Thc fortieth annual ivport of births
deaths and marriages In British Columbia, during 1112. has just been presented to the Minister, Hon. Dr.
Young, and will shortly be issued   in
bulletin   form   for   Iho   information  of      One of the  most   impressive and
the public,     which (if ot     analytical   emu funerals ever held  in  this
mind) win find it Intensely interest- to,,k P1*0* on Bunday, whn iho
ing as well as informative, 'despite the   "
terrorizing aspect  of  marshalled  ool -
r.mns of figures.
British
ity,
re-
ol      George Dunkley  who Was
killed lu-i   week at Dear Creek,     were
reverently   conveyed      lo  thc   railway
station  for shipment  to Toronto    for
Columbia's  vital  statistics  interment.   At :i p.m. the coffin whieh
Mr, Fred.  E. Trantman press  • prel
• C P.R, w .- ■ es witb
- at   Winnipeg, paid    Rev-
ristt   last   Monday.   He  was
;       " liai ze himself with    ondi
t i.n- ai  H- vi Istoke.
The Ri
a fine     tram]      lhe     -inning of the •-' P* They u!1
week •   e'.    b .- in com "       '   '    til0:;v girls eannoi
Res tie evening i.f March
llth. Friday of this week for the
Catholi    Concert.   Bee ihe offic-
e Is where-    in  this
; -   .
have, in ihe past, heen compiled under handicaps which will not obtain
und.r the new legislation of the just
ended session for ihe establishment of
was covered with a union jack and
a spray of roses was escorted to the
Methodist church by tbc Son- of Kngland. l.o.o.F., Order of Moose, and
member of the Vanguard Bible' Class.
,,  distinct department  of registration,   with C. Hodgkiu-on as marshall   and
with Independent officials, modern ma-   B. A. Lacey as deputy,   Thc pall bear
h.niy of  record, and substantial pen  ers were      R.J.   Murdock    nnd F.   A.
allies for     non-reporting,     which has  Tripp of the I.O.O.F., Q.   W.  Chiddy,
ment, so thai   starvation wn.- i  ma       been the .-ommon practice rather than  and A. II. Loughton of bho S.O.K.. J.
istifled     Ur adj   Mandel B   ■ the exception in  lhe past,   It is not  Muim and  E. C.  Pal-ton of tho L.O.
and H ive agreed to invi ment ot -le    Seed  t'omrol  to bo expected that the record system  O.M.   The Rev. O.M. Sanford and Rev
Snowshoe Club  bad  ■■ nditions of the poor-   Vet.   T I      the Coi al  it:il''f wi"  be subject to material,    if  0. Ladner     conducting    the service-.
kno All  timothy.       red ;'n>'   change, the Hcrtillon plan, adop  Pros. W.C. Cowell officiated at the S.
md alfalfa -ed oflered  t,-il two >'ar'i ngo in this province be-  O.K. services in the church assisted hy
:■ wa- up Mount Rei '• ' '    Baler or : ta
•'  as  far  as  Macdonald's   BlutT.      "Tin- on      baa     ■      .
_    o    No. :i,
- ed  tbat will
anol legal
t for
bas
;     1 inch,   There   '■' "' ■   '■
T i" weath     '';    '•   tw ' her '
.•;inc thi  tramp very •
■    ret ome ab-   ' a that
>ut    six   ^"   AU & '     - l,ro'
»tter
a touring   the  thi
H - nths,    have
•
i
ing the recognized international classi-  chaplain J.  Mo-cly.   At the end     of
in  ui.'ii' m all the  ihe Impressive ritual at the Method-
countries of the civ-  isi
lizel world.
To deal wiih  the report which
Mi-s Donaldson, of    Vei non, arrived
two weeks ago ou a visit  to her bro
ihers, Ross and w. Donaldson,   and
will remain  some lime longer.
Mrs, W. I. Briggs gave u peasant
little ' sewing'1 on Tuesday afternoon lo a number of Irlends. An eu
joyahle hour was spent, alter whicl
the hostess served dainty refreshments
Mr. A. '1 homson of the Y.M.C.A.
spent Sunday in Golden, where he
preached in the Presbyterian church ia
the morning and add re sed the Math
odist young people iu  ihe evening..
Uev. J. U. Robortson, former pastor of St, Johns church, in this city
has removed from Nanaimo lo Soutb
Vancouvei. where be has I Ce-D induct-
,-.l into th' charge if St. David's
church.
i Last Sunday evening Rev. Mr.
('have of the Baptist church, read hia
resignation to lho congregation. Mr
and Mrs. ('have will probably go to
the coast. A great deal of regret, i
expressed on all Hides at iheir intended departure.
About forty young people of St.
John'- church met in the parlors on
Tuesday evening for iho monthly literary, An excellent paper on "Worth
While Ambitions'1 was read by Uli
Kate Little, followed bj an Interesting discussion. Mr. .Tone- contributed?
a well' sung solo and Miss Brown an
Instrumental.
Mr. am! Mrs. NYimar bave ou Sat-
urday nexl for their old home in Cedar Rapids, Mich. They will take a
trip via \ ancouver and California.
Mr. Senear inlend- slatting in business for hiius.'lf at Cedar Rapids
During their three years re's.'dence in
this 'own. Mr, and Mrs. IS'elmar and
I'helr son have made' „ lu>si of ficnel
and ihey will each be much missed...
when they leav.'.
is
Far:
I
.   ll
".
n ■
NOTICE.
v-
T :.
■ It bonnes
ar. 1
'■-
n
-orr.
Th-      i.a.'.i m     of      St.  Francis
will   have a Shamrock
nday  text,    the
•nt   ..:'  'he Chil-
ety  of Vancouver
Jon - a good ' au e,
. tne. i'iovlnclal
b
h    December
•     i     for     the
■
church, the funeral cortege wended Dr. and Mrs. Hamilton entertained
its way to the station, and after tho to "bridge" on Friday evenin . about
casket had been placed ior shipment, 20 couples were invited and eight tab-
it wis placed on a trolley draped with les played until midnight when refresh.
black, covered wiih a union jack and ment- were served. Play continued foi
guarded on tho platform by members an hour or two longer, niter whicl
of the S.O.E. until the train pulled in ibe ladies lirst prize wa awarded to
at 7 p.m. Mr. Tnolins a close friend Mrs. G. S. MeCarter, who received a
of ihe deceased accompanied the re- lovely silver <1.-|>. sit mustard dish
main-; to Toronto. Many beautiful Mrs. Gibson won second, n handsome
wreaths and floral tributes were sent cut glass and silver vase. Mr. i"r.-n
fiom ihe three lodges, the VangUnr 1 yn carried otf lhc honoi for lhe geB
Bible t'lns-, Tlllictims and Mr. and tlemen and thc consolation fell to Mr.
Mr Hlndmarsh, etc Kamloops Stan MeVity, Everybody present spent a
dnrd. most  en.'oyable evening.
\Y
GRIFFITH
all;
Al    ~i*.e   .....-.)■■ '      "•"•
STAR
i
■
■
■
■
o
2'..
. ood
du    tn .
to  Reve
- ■   Roi
be    'i
and
' ,i ,iii'b .;>ei k Companj. one .■
lorti impanieu
I. ini!   be in . Is hook
ed to fill   ■   ■ ■ 11 ., ei ii at a'  lhc
. at re,   be Inning  St,   Pat
i,.,  Monday, Mar b wih. Mr
If,  I        mith    be  business  manager ar
At a  meeting hei l   it the home   ";
Mrs   \V.  M.  Lawreme on Tuesday af
ternoon,    eve a1  la lies undertook    tc
st   the effoi ts of lho e in Vancou-
man       pies as  pos
Vi    111   ::       Bdil ll in ' I
M i ch.    Mi     the lite ai .
n: n oi Viii ...      ai
thi    Paper, and  all   .In1  i I '
ing and ad\ i llsi ments    will b ■ done
■ n    The profits  (1[  ihe  under-
taking given to help     paj
lh      Wi man's  Build n ■"  or bome for
all the women's clubs .et    Vancouver
«i liing to  iecure ., copy   of
1  •  citj    m t".,!.,-, and begar   'Ids unique paper, 'im do so by giv
'
••ds,    or
■:.
!• -
Ima'rfl
'ho pn It  as •     idvcrti Ing
Thi      " Bin ue of Wm.    a.
.... ,,,.i   Bn                           ' ■           Bsses,—
n    ,              ' The-   Little   mothei  i \   drama      ir.
act.,.
,,,       rbia bill wil        ■ Mi    play loving
April  I- -.
i
"The
■ rt Ki -h-     loom Ho
E iUlpp.'l
modern   conven.••nccs. Has   tine
Admira ly BUited  for  a  se'-
oot     Boardin • Poi   further
Mail-Herald
• iffloe.
Api il 21 s
ai  iha BJmpre i theatre
'.',
ng   flora Do
,'  I'M
('om inc   Th.   I'ova    I
v   hire ■
! I    !    .
.Ita,
VTPBBLL,
Ml crta and  B
b
■ !   p ilfl
IVI     fil
,     bail •   I ■ tln>  most   won-
ebifill   child   BCtl i        on   the     'age   lo
■ i v, i la   n     id a   ing hei   pari   ;,
th ii  names to Mrs. Coursier   here   - iturdav.    Phone 86.   Thc papet
i    only  In  cents.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Tender-   will   I.e  revived   by   tho  uu
I   Until noon March 29th, Wll
natural and with as    much eewj  ani   '' '  Clearing Bight of Way on tho Ar
• .,,(•.  ns people lhat  have ' "'n In the   rowlake  Subdivision, M.B.-O.  to    Ar
fm      2d     vars.    While little   '"wh'nd.  and on the     Shuswap  Sub
i ilia   l''ehr   ;s   . nly    ... en   years
i,,   i,,,.... old.   bi   ' omi i ti  tn ory leading
rlt ; I    ":      f 30 to 4     lays.
t ,te
'   nt   'tint   nill   i that   Ib stale •
uni . |
I ties
i inl.   Mothei     w 'I also giv>
the 'a i^    of Revelstoke ., chance of
■ ■in • tbe '     '        itiful dresses evei
I tbs
on, M.B.-O, to M.D. 45.
Iflcations 'i'ay be obtained    at
th   office of 'he Divl-lon Rngincer.
H. ii. Walkom, Actg. Divn,
Enirlneor,  or M.K.   McQuarrle
Resident Bngineer Revelstoke
lpt issue Mar. 12, 3w.

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