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Vol. 19-No 12
REVELSTOKE. B. C.   iARC     lii. i
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$2.50 Per Year
R      P
RKMENT
* ****«'
Efficiency of   Firo   Fighting Patrols Becoming
Recognized.      Saving   Timber   Wealth.
Railways   and   Timbermen   Co-Operating
With Department.
It  in emphatically  ^i_iii:i ant    both of down tbo hillsides this menace  to
of lho magnitude and 'ef tbe rapidity  the standing foresi  i-■ . tie. u; ....
of railway construction  progress     in proportions, and hence li i- that Uiis
British  Columbia,  that,  according to year the very  strictest supervision
the Indisputable reporl    e.f the Fores- being exercised over all railwa;
try Branch Held ollicial-, thore are at atrciion  opecations, and more
Tho meeting of the Board of
directors of the' V.M.C.A. will
be held at 6:15 on Thursday evening, the 20th inst., at the' Y.
M, 0, A. Building.
GUN CLUB
■
IttEtriNG
Reserve   Easter  Monday   Even- *
ing  the 24lh  inst.,  for the    St. '
Peter's Church Oo icert at     the *
Op ■ni   Houso,   An  e> pee ially  at- *
tractive  pro ram    will be    pre - *
een I id, *
BLIZZARD
U'iJ
POLITIC/-
CONTINUES
lYS
pre enl   do fewer than  1890 miles     of  mlly In the Mount  Itob-uu i'ark
railway building wiihin Itritisli Colum trict.
Contra tors thore and all afoug
is
on-
espec -
dia-
iho
line arc requested before the lirst of
(Vpril to bave tlie'ir rights-ol waj cl aiid of all last year's accumulated de-
bi is, and tho lalti r burned, so thai
lUm advent o: Lho n -\\ grass and g-ou-
cral vegetation may bo hastened aod
oiler an impediment lo drc origination
NOTICE
All ■ ban e   ol ads must p -i
iiv ly be handed  in o   bis ollico
by -Me'ii   i   - in orde      a
ihe- cl an c i ir in Wed-
ii at .I    n: ■ ban ;es
intend .; o" Sn ui da 's issuo
must be handed in not later
than   T in •  of    each
'.' i e  tnitc
■ e.
bia, all but aboul 600 mi os being un
<!ei provincial iuclsdiction ex luslvely.
As for the new national roads now under construction through British Co-
iuinbin The Grand Trunk Pa iflc and
bhe Keen naj Central—it is a satis-
factorj  rond tion that  insofar as for-
i-t   prot ■ Hon  i-  i oU'i'inod,  the    mil •	
rtructive act iiii of the builders are Where timber i- cut ior oousuuctioit
by mutual in agentent, brought us purposos Inclusivi of tits—on Crown
completely und r provincial regulation lands, thi Department i- now insist -
as arc ibos of the Btrictly provincial ing that all debris on or adjacent to
line-. This i- brou bl about through-the right-of-way must be immediately
tbe fat   that  the    railway companies  limbed ofl and pii d, to be subsequent
# , . ,          ly dispo-i'il of by     burning or other -
wise as the officer on the ground may
ae ale. Tin- season all slash caused
bj lhe taking out of construction tlm
ber must | .• , i •.,■ ■.• awaj, a cording
to conditions in lhe several ne alius.
; fore April l, al earliest or April i.j
ai latest, Mid in all placss where
iho right ni way passes through the
lompanles' own clearings, Bre danger
must be remo.ed from ihree hundred
feel .en i her e as well as on tha
right of wa elf, a 71 0-foot strip alto ether.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      Th.'-e  i . ive  been   i i-^i.liy
m  i afori e I winl i a ■ ng the
G.T.P. t.i  lh Mile .Ve. and it
Datura o th   Crown,      as  '    ""'" :   ! > tematii   patrol,
represent il       md    b\  the provincial •'ilM" l:   ;i ai the end ofthe
..   irnm at      for  :i. tit  to cut crown  I'oson fery locality where
timbei  fo    . i' ' n purpo*s,   and   where ns warrant thia innova
whi n tl iven it was mado   ,l":l-
conditions he companies    sub-     Tb fully r   ogniaes    he
BCribin      o    nd        lag  with all Important . rilnitons   to revenue
the si      il     gulationa governing   the thai   i from tho ioiv-t as-
construction nnd   opi a   on of     rail-   *«•    and operative duty    which
way-   ni  Bi   . li  Columbia   Insofar    a>  i"1-   upon   ihe   .o.orn.i;. it:   of   thor -
, ,-ied. oughlj   . .        lequatelj :  the
.i he Forest branch is  standli in the interest equal
larti n   tupervislng  the .i.n and ol the prov-
;, piiai.ee i ei  ili    railway builders, ev   incial    o . enerally.     At      a
.ry i han 1    havin i   ":'   the tii
been  gone  ovei    luring  the   past   fe r with the gov
i, : orw rdi-d io b iad oward  fori  I  p to
quarters o   o    ition obtaining in  the ouni   or 150,000 per an-
iti.<   .. There arc  four  num.   They   i i desire  to     sea
Btagi e operations al - whal  ihey ate . • ■ in' for their n
. .      ,   , i- whi b   lo c -u- oy.   ( ne ..:' ths  most ii feat-
pervisio csd     by tho Forest i'res of ia ion  plan  is     that
Branch    .li' Hist  Is at    the  -afeguarding lhe woods fro i Area or-
i.ii't n     n  ol   the      mps »ud   roads.  Iginatin; through the railways, eitl
Then      omi       h   stage of   riglu-of-   ",;'   in c tion or in their   op-
waj i   owed by that of cut  cratton    Tl . by
ting    oi 'on   timber  and  dispoa-   the  Di lh a vi or and    a
ing of the   la li    lu the  ipring,  with detorminatioi gbt the
the' diaapnearan • of the snow,     last  lumbering Inl Al tb   Ban     '
> .,      ■., ii less , ioperly attend   '  i nta '- i:
ed to . i 't, are likely to cou ways, and ntati na  •.■       th
rtitute .,  veritable limber bed.   Con-  loud and lei"
dltlon •■  ard aro particularly     Bul  I men who cannot   see
danger       n -   h   ocalitie   as the dia    ' i itting results
'       i ■
Annual mc. up.; ni the Revolstoko
Gun Club, held al tho Club rooms ou
tb ■ 17th Inst.
Present—President W.A. Foote in the
chair, Sturdy, Munro, Dovlne, McRae,
McCartor Smith, Sutherland, Cronyn
McDonn I and oth
Minui s ol pr ■ iou i meel ing roa 1
an 1 adopted
>'■• retary's r .poi t reail and a lopted
The following   officers wero    elected
for  tho   en-i n •  year:   W.  a.   Foote,
Presidenl;   IV.   A.   Sturdy,   Vice-Presi
dont; A. J. McDonnel, Secretary, 1 >it
ectors,     A. McRae,   J. Devine, G. ri.
Md latter and  W.  J. Armstrong.
Moved and carried—That each trophy shot for ^h ill 1" i'j ,, handicap
by itself.
Moved .nil eartied Tbat tho President,  Vice-Presid.nl  and  Secretary be
Winn.| (
ifflclals
March  17
declare  iliai
withoul Information
The ('. P. It.
theey are i^ulto
to lhe   where-
$50,000 Per Week is Estimate d Cost Opposition Piffle to Canadian Taxpayer Obstructive Tactics ot Minority 'lie Lp All
Government Business Inu eduction of British Parliament Closure Regulations Would
End Deadlock
During neai l.\ the wl oh o
three months the Hou e bai
(,agcd in  thc dlscui  ion of  lh    Naval    nit  i .■.     imi   tarj
st   un ei- ;ii i le i     trucl
n-  mint mu-t coi
pto i dure to d v D
abouts ni the westbound trains duo to   Aid Bill whioh was introdu ed  bj   the  ••.. I •       and whether it will
arrive In Winnipeg during ye terday,
ond today.
Somewhere od i of Fort Wiilla n io
less than n;ne sections of the Imperial Limited and lho Toronto-Vancouver ex pre ses are le. \ d In Lhe boo ■
which interrupted the communications
erday.
i;.,- C.P.R, stations offleer and the
tnjuiry offices ara kept busy answer-
in - the ■ n p.in,' ■ of thos ' who expe t
i lat ivi s and ll i n is and io v.hom
ihey are unable io .'i.e- any infornia-
i Ion beyond the fad that there bas
I.. n ., greal bimw storm -tlio most
serious this winter an 1 thai wh n -
ever these trains ars reported they will
■ommittee to arrange witb the pio-  be announced on tho  air:  al  b ard.
In \ lew of iln   fa t that  no adi i e
have be ■■. i icei it .1 from tho Foi I   • ■ el
iiam dispatchers li wo ■'■'.   ■ im    thai
no trains can an ve fro       the     • as I
until a ■ e, ;   mid day   tee uorrow.
A large num' er   ot immigrant \i.y-
. ngers a a on ll ■■ dole ■ ed trains and
tho waiting hall of lhi  C.P.R. station
is crowd .1 with i ■ opie of all  nations
 .       i.n.l   Ian ;i:ii-',e-  an  io i-ly   . iie[tliiinj-  —
The     President      nl .-'   rotary  will  to
t 1st and 1 nd  p    - to be i om -
1 eted for in C t lass.   The \ ice Presi
dent, Mr. Sturdy, wlll .  >■■ a 22   ro
;■ a Ing rifle •■ alucd at -::  ,  i,, bo com
Prime Minister on the 25th  December .M;:ee.\  n   [i   -   mtled minodl      o     en-
last.   Owing to the dilotory and    ob      ■       : ., I [i       hi h it"
btructive tactics of tbe Op]	
. eelllel
■ e |      iin
nd s n^e  th u  It
in  i ei.i.i,  ttee, A
een    he  Bi   I
Itill only reached ll
Thursday. F b. 27,
has been continitully
uho'i' day  v.a~   iai.li   ^^^^^^^^^^
tion ni ih I Hill which merely pi
that  it, may bo "cited as the     Na'. al
Aid   Set."
SECOND SECTION  BLOCKED.
Tho sei ond s c  on  pn lhat —
'•from and out of the conso
voiiue' fund of Canada thete may     bo
tr.
'1
Ml:'''
whole mai binerj  i I I ai I a
dov. ii  an I   1).' ome
.:   !;      v.-.Te i ei mitied.
WILL S'OT iii:.
Th : ve that
i        many
a ■'   g     ie'Ot   -
at 1 ar
. .  talk
les .    S alf     to
paid and applied 0 sum not es eedin r houi L ma
per authoi itiei re ai pi ii i:n : a suit -
able deputy mn ward u for thi< district, anl that the Hun Club give all
nc   in   their   \ over   io   the  aU -
hei;-.',. - iii ii '■ r .n j ihe am ' laws,
and general prote   ■ n of game.
Moved and cariied Thai the elub
sl un Jy al prove of tbe n cent a n nd
ni nts to the im acl. i , ecially the
claus     i   lecting the ^un licenses,
the unu1 when tbeir friends will ar-
Pive.
Ai  the
pott,'. toi in H i'i -•   'i iie 'Sm trophies,
.'. i !  be shot  for '• eoKl        de    the  Du
ant having
lhe highest avera e from his best     It)
shoots     trill  bo dc 1 ired    the wii u ir.
i lo   .-- asi ii   . en the  l>t   Wednes
i ay   .n Aj ul i n.l . lase thi   last   Wed.
ii I !:    Dli| ont   1 o ■■-
i ee. .'.ill ii.    .,     medal, this will
likely he' upiu to the whole club. The
'■  Co.,  thc    Dominion
arttld  i Co.,  an I  other   will  likely
to  ie.- competed     for
.i.i-.n: tbe     a-.on.
have      been received  from
Armstr on, Pi     or,      Kam ■
lo •!>.-.   \   . :.■ ::.  ari an   in      01        circiit
of  'he above     io.wis ior  i >■  Annual
ites will
::   July ihe   Ird lo tho 1 ith.  ''
ouncing pi i i.l dtit
•   later] 	
A i:n'i ■■ m its  a ''Mine;    mad i
ily    hi ots by   wire    with
tant. This
:   u ■■! in ti a:ih  ■
b
This -i .>   •'.    e thi   : ann r yi ai    in
tl tp .   an.l   .1
is up io   ■ i •■    ne v bo ia ;. n.l of tbo
on to J iin   the
.1  in        ihis
way   .ol i" ise hi   to*
union  dei ol     11 In ;s are    a
bei oi  and th • t'.N.r.. have s i
■ . led  in  'i o in . ilu'ii   line, and tho
Gr .ii    Noi ih ■rn fro .i    St. Paul   und
i tilled   ilil ie   tbo      sia' It a
ra hi r less iban sis hoi r-   a  ■■
The C.N.R. .No.  I fiom  Duluth   ha-1
also made fair time today and riach
■1 lbe e ; this morn
n .   All n   ii   , ained, every
n I all the snow plows
woi  ed  t a ihs  line  open at   tho
,'i'nt a ar St. Agathe  which vaa  the
a   tor a   ■ in re, with the i u
that the' line  ivai ble until
i. nin ■'.- trains  ■ .. ised  through.
'i he ' J.T.P.   'en.  .' fi. a  Edtn n on,
he ■ inly ira r,  :    vever
■   aitywh ■!.'  mar   Iler   ti1. ■•.   an 1
ite of ;he     no..'    w t>   nol   i nile
'Y.M.CA.   '
WEEKLY
NOTES
M
ihii-tj live million dollars lor i
pose of immediatelj  in i ea in    the ef
fective ns '■ .il ' is of     th
Every member of tl   pi       on,   in-
t luding  Sir     Willi i.l  I aui
'. ,i .!  for    hi       ci Ion .. :
a ui n i.ii' n :     which     waa movi I
. am i r i n thc  lull     D.c   uiicr     an 1
wbich was d d at< I from that tim ■ un
til tho 1     i  Fi       try.   li   was nam
ally  ■■■;, ■ :. ,1 ; bai a   the     t ip i
had voted for I his Becti n by i
ii a  Pari  of ilt ir    own   am n li    I
hej   would " i 'i.M :i i.e i' i
;ii tee without miii h di bai
HAD   AGREED    TO  IT.
Titer ■   ...i ill I  grou   .1  foi
:   f for ihe ood i as •. that the
■ ampaij tt I ure which the Liberal
party has bi  n    isti bitting very wide
Ij    hroughoul  l an i ' i du in •  I
ter   lo
dignity
TV*
•ffic-
i. if
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i.N   FOR
i RST
I aily
Exp ■   ■ Ig    nblo
:.i .       . says.
ition.—
i
Hon I
sai  -ult
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,m .
Te
i    in
•     .I'-ll.',
a .ni ■ of
prii, the
■ ' ''      a'ong
I he ■ '•■   u    tion line i ■  I abb   at   any
im:       ili   i ' . the .. ■   itiou*   of
,. 'oo'«, tbe arelesa
throwing iwa oi H tret tea or match! . . itmlar   ausi i.   As rail
w.r.   lin ub    follow   the   valleys
.iii.l   a     "' tin untii'-a law   of  thi
water and   n    tally i uns up instead  i Ing '
!
li
an 1
:. i   , ration is
T. tit  ill ...
■
proi   ' ion      foi i   d • -
tails.
"Gi l re.«i rd    of
nd  the     r-
Btrttli    the 'a •■ o what rate    oi
t, which is
■   n ay not oollect mor'   than the
.  whi li la
i    .ii If  the li n I.i .-       an .
e [pule •   hi.her    ra1"      than
■ mr s may
ate to flve per cent.,
i   .1 i tance,
Revelstoke Pays 8
i nl ai | . \ ta., March 17 The judge
menl i ' I ha Privy ■ (inn il in the Al-
1 • i la   ,i|'i      I   on:, ■  ,,(  I'Vlix   a.      Mo
i in h and I nomas P. McHugh again
si iln' in on i .-ur. of Cana la in ofl
i,o"i imi with m large number ol hoi ba
taken under i tttel mortgage, arrived
in tho II i ml ij Tbo Pi Ivj Council
re ton - lho litdgmi nt o.' Ins lordship,
Mr. .Ti ' the   [r< ai i part,
nml   ii   ' !      ,|... j [on   nf   lho     Al
111 ia Hupi i 'mn i .'ii banc and
the Bupn me t'ourt of Oanada,
Tho .11 f lhn  1'ilvv   I'oun il'    iie
ii nm  Is  i rj    mporlanl  in ofar :i  it   Ihem In th h  i    .n- bereat
'..mi!
li ie'. Mi.  M       • inform-
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ii-.      \ ernon    an I
.   the  old
.   • '.■ i■   :    a ■ md
uie   alwayi there.
.i aady   tl il.e
■ li s  yea ■ -
•- iheir  Ehool
I
■   led    to
■   medal.
3 Inches Between Dancers
Card of Thanks
Wellesl -To prohibit     tho
■' nny I       the facul-
whi b tj of    v. i  .■      ,,.,. ordered
no n il    hall  allow  any   youne;
n       hoi! her closer to him   than
A mothers' vi iti-n - day »■•   '■
. n Friday.  March nis . thi   i oy      ol
No. 2 Junior   las   will givi   m
ition of imiii.hin   do b     in the' watei
Kamloop    i h a i- well worth   eeing       ii
.  ..i. hlng to b   able to do   .
. ni   a ay  con
UASEBALL Dl   Cl
in    ,
o   iu "••   rei S
ij i ninl   ai bra bed oul. Thl i
'  11 -   at
VII    enioi    win. are nl.ei
and aro inlere led in th;    line eel  porl
ate  ui. li-i      in  hrin •   tb lr   i a oball
■I        \  e'ia  ■ .    hei 1
for i oj    ..a  .,'■ a: -      .i ■   i  10. p.m.
GYM EXHIBITION.
A gre il ■■ -.tii1111ion will bo held in
the u.e in mi Vpril 1th. Tho boys are
well iu ihia iininiiti'. Every-
h 11 and iii ' .'ian.In i> hoi v,ill ho
there. Bome good work in balancing
! ar work. tuml l.ng, i cl., will be put
on. 'i li io a gi nl ilo il of rivalry
among lb ■ gii I elu - un.l lhc boys
' la ■ a ' in who can pul on tbo host
>'.mi.    'i on bad hoi lei  come and   i e.
four  wen! s n :.,     nut  aiiel em-   ■
'.nation:—
'"I be :• ain •   rpose,  the moral a—
"sislanco which  Canada  might  ren-
"d. 1',  has already  b en m t by tho
"i ippositlon a
"propo -I by the   o
"ly   a   vote   of
"naval consi ructio
"suffl ient e : I, uni    I   loterm
"■ n  tir   j ari   , f  I oth ; . lit. al  par
"I 1 '        '1!     ill  ■     1 '.'      .
"to ine ir .-,   ■   ■
"\ ni  ded ii.,'  witb a   .
"ine; the mother i o ... ry."
This  literature waa Issued  by      ih
Centra)   Lib ral   Info
11! :awa,   which   is   und r   tb
direction of Sir Wilful l.am.or as be
admit ted   in   !' •
ae.o.
SOMERSA   LTED
last v. eek, ho .' new
.; vel ipm nl       1
i d   by   Sn   Willi: !   I.
t h • vei .
vol 'd.     and     dei I ida
rl, .l.lll    I  ,' i    II  . 1
be  I. .
plre.   Tl i
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and n
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appar nl
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iin irre
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and  ih y are c\ el ntlj
i in' ari. upon  , i  ilicj of in
sien and Oi mu .  v.
Cowan nnd Pe   • on, • '   Llttl      and
Some '. Thui   ' i
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March LMth.     Cope
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LATEST
NEWS FROM
HOT SPRINGS
I a Ion
The inm I] late          V. M
Rae Si.. wi h ti their thank-
ue manj ;  i                   fo
kimincs i ' and   •. ■ i' itlr. extend
and ' h"i i  for your   Ide.
"Homi  is    what ve make it,"   re- BOWLING.
1 the married man.                        The second series of the  two man
"\             ed tbe'bachelor, "but the league was finished last night, ihe                  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
nrt of you married (el• following arc lhe winning teams In wurk started on  a watoa roa 1  fro
nevei make it till about three a. the order in which they piny in the Galena Hav te.  Halcyon,    the   I              Mr. P.A
semi-final     Monror at i Barber, Sam superintendent, Mr, Ed,   I
Tho  lirsl   nf next   ii oti'h  wil!
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ay toi PAQK TWO
THE MAIL-HERALD,REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,  MARCH 19, 191S.
e
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    $1,000
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
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JOHN D, SIHHAI.D, Pass. J. 1). SIBBALD, JU., Sac,
V
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EARLY SPRING GOODS
Consisting ol every conceivable size uud make of
Hats, Gloves, Shoes and Underwear; also a most
extensive stock of Necklles of every shade and
style.
We have also a specially fine assortment of samples
for our Spring Clothing Order Departmeet.
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Fit-Reform Clothing Stetson Hats        Foot-Rite Shoes
GOING OUT OF BUSINESS
In Man's Famishing; Department
Rubbers, Sox, Tweed Pant.3, Hdavy Top Shirts,
etc., reduced to cost. ....
John Mclntyre & Son
First Street.
Telephone No. 93
SWIFT'S
Blood and Bone
FERTILIZERS
and Lay More
Poultry Foods
Write for Prices and Booklet
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
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TIRED
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Price,
35c,40c
. and 50c
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lb.
G.
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P.  O    BOX  706
QROCEf
? & BAKER
Phone No. 2.J
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED  1855
Record of Progress fr Five Years —1906-1911
1906
1911
% 3,000,000      * 4,000,000
3.000.000 1,600,000
23,677,730
27.467,090
35,042,31]
38,854,801
Capital      ....
Reserve   ....
Deposits      ....
Loans and Investments
Total Assets       -      -      -       38,090,192       48,237,284
Has 83 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents in all
the Principal Cities in the World.
A QENERAL DANKINO BU8INE8S TRANSACTED
SAVINGS  BANK  DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Intorest allowed at highest ourrent rate.
Revelstoke Branch. W. H. PRATT, Manager
NAVAL
DEBATE AT
OTTAWA
rp to the prosont timo Laurier nml ^_
lii-; supporters liuvo formulated tlie
lol.owing polieioa upon tho Navnl Aid
Hill:— I
(a) rhey Voted on February 13th.
that the <iui"<tion Bhould bo submitted tn lho people at a general election. I
I
(l> I On     Hie »amo     day  they  voted
ihut the question should not he submitted lo lhe people hut th«t immediate in tion should be taken to in -
crease tho effective nuvul forces ot tho
Empiro,
in Thoy voted on Iho 27th of February iliut ihe question should not
be ii'MTi'il io lhe people by a plebls-
cite. |
uh 'iin'v voted on the 18th February that tblrty-Hve millions should
immediately be appropriated io In-
creaso tho effective naval forces of the
Bim] Ire. i
ie, Thoy havo now moved an amendment that nol one dollar shall bo
appropriated to increase the effective
nuvul forces ol the Empire, i
TIIIOV  MAY   HAVE!  OTHERS.
Upon this lust motion they nre now
actively occupied in obstructing ihe
business of the country, What further
\aried nnd Inconsistent polici.es they
will yet evolve remains t.o he s:en.'
Thu.- far their policies closely resemble the nntie's of a <l"c engaged in
chasing its own tail, li will foe observed th.t ihey voted against a
plebiscite but for a gene i'1 election.
This makes plain their desire. They
want no submission of the ques ion
to the people unless it gives them a
chanie to return to office. Like many
malefactars they ure exceedingly active for a new trial whi'h, however,
would bring to them a severe condem
nation.
MISSIONARY
DESEKIS HER
5 CHILDREN
Well,  What Would  You  Get
If You Went There?
HAVEN'T you hcurd men right here in town Bay "How I
would like to po over to London or down to the Suites
for my clothes" ?
Well, what would you get when you got there?
If you went to I .ondon, to the hest tailors, you'd get the same
cloths and the same patterns that you can get in Fit-Reform Suits
at $.25, $2$, $30 and $35. If you went to the States, you
wouldn't get any better workmanship, even at the most expensive
shops, than you get in Fit-Reform Suits.
Compare a Fit-Reform Suit at any price from $18. to $35.—
with one made in London or in the States at $10. more.
Compare styles, tailoring, cloth, lining, finish—and you'll find that for downright satisfaction, service- and value, you get a I i-'ger money's worth in Fit-Reform
garments than you can get in London it the S-ta'.cs for fio nioic. Here arc the
new spring Sui:;, and Overcoats to prove every Word we have said. 731
MeKinnon &
Sutherland
'9 S^/Ai
FIT
! REFORM
'iiNat.m«m".ijtir-vnMmimmaBn
Chi a 0,  March  13—The Rev.    Nestor K. Clarkson, ;i missionary of tliis
city, who was deserted by his wife for
Owen Conn, the     onfessed "society"!
burglar under arrest  al   San Francisco, to.lay threw considerable light on
the     won a        past.   She is   -aid to
have   i - it-.I  tue children  to ko with
thi   :   1 .  m ■ .,  ■ ,,'.v  de dares  that      ho
le her with luxui
• h.i'   bis flrsl Ltnowl -
it ions      between Conn
: i'. I  M on  cam ■  wh -n he  in-
■   '.   1  tetter  wr."  n   •     the wo -
who was the n serving
on at  Watipon,
■ -i-v   ommii ted in Mll-
' an   at
IVS   Mrs.
it his
srie ■ s    11     rable.
I,   3he
I   mis-
m   de-
ittemi : form
•
ted  at 1
•
SMYTHE'S
Plymouth Recks
EGGS FOR HITCHJG   j
BUFF
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P '      ,
My I!.
I  Pro
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rjbuilding mate?igtlv;
ABROAD statement—Yet literally true. The aim of man from the
beginning has been to make his building materials as nearly like natural stone as possible. The great labor required to quarry stone led
him to seek various manufactured substitutes. The only reason he ever
used wood was that it was easiest to get and most convenient to use.
Wood is no longer easy to get. Like most building material, its cost is increasing at an alarming rate.
The cost of concrete is decreasing.    So, from the standpoint of either service or economy, Concrete is the best building material. _
Canada's farmers are using more concrete, in proportion to their numbers,
than the farmers of any other country.    Why ?
Because they are being supplied with
Canada  Cement —
a cement of tho highest possible quality, which insures the success of their concrete wok.
The secret of concrete's popularity in Canada lies in
the fact that while we have been advertising the use
of concrete, we hnve nlso been producing, by scientific methods, n cement so uniformly high in quality
that the concrete; made with it gives the complete
satiKl.'i linn our advertisements promised.
Cone rele would not have been in such universal use
today, had an inferior grade of cement been supplied.
Insist upon getting Canada Cement, lt is your best
assurance of thoroughly satisfactory results from
your concrete work. There is a Canada Cement
dealer in your neighborhood.
Wtilt for our Frtl  t6o~page book "What The Farmer Can Do With Concrtle"
—,\'o farmer can afford In lie without a copy.
Without this label it it
not "Canada" Cement.
Canada Cement Company Limited
Montreal
TOCK  FOR SALE
ROY SMYTHE
REVELSTOKE
jJSatCi . ■T./L.'K
SYNOPSIS   OF COAL  M11.ING
REGULATIONS.
no  ilng r ,'htn of the Dominion
n   Mao ikatchewan   nnd  Al-
Veik.,11   Territory,     the
'e',rUi itorlei mnl In a por
tion ief the Province ol iiiet.Hh Ool
imbla, mny i,n leased lot n term of
•veil, ona  real 1 nt an annual rmt-
nl     of      (I   nn   acre.    Not    morn than
2,660 acres will i.e ir.>tH(.(i ,,, ,,nc ap
plicant,
Application for  lease must  he made
by the applicant In person to the royalty Bhall he paid on the mer-
\gent or Bub Ageut of the district |ch?',t*,,1^out',ut ot the mine at the
n  which  tho right* applied  for
aro
a • untod.
The lease will Include the coal rnia-
,riK rights only, but tho lesBCe may
il permitted to purchase whatever
available surface lights may be con-
lldered noccHHary tor the working of
the mine at tho rate uf Jin.no an
acre.
In iinrvoyod territory the laad must
be described by HcetioiiH, or legal
mile divisions, of sections, and in un
surveyed territory the tract applied
lur hIihII Iio staked out oy the applicunt  himself.
Kach applicant must be accompanied by a fee of l& which will he refunded  if the rights applied (or   Are
Irate of five cents per ton.
The person operating the mine shall
[urnith the Agent with sworn returns
accounting for tho full quantity of
merchantable coal mined and pay the
royalty thereon. If the coal mining
rlghta are not lieing operated, such
returns should he furnished at least
onco a year.
Kor full information application
should he made to the Secretary of
the I>epartment of the Interior, Ottawa, or to tbe Agent or Sub-Agsnt
of Dominion  Lands.
W. W. OORY.
Bdmonton,  Mareh,  15—Hon. M. Mo->
Kenzle,   I'rovineial  Treasurer  for  Al-»
not avallablo,  hut oot otherwise.   A  y.,^, died at 1:15 this morning. WKHNKHIIAY,  MARCH  19, 1913.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGE THRBB
1
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.
K. K. COLE, Manager.    Local Agency American Casualty Co.
SANDON
WANTS
POOH-BAH
The Kevelstoke Boot, Shoe and Harness
Repairing Department
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
MAKERS    OF    FINE    WELT    SHOES
The style, the workmanship and wear
And comfort bom of every pair;
Of 20th Century welts that's sold
Will draw new trade, and hold thc old.
Children's Shoes
Another shipment to hand of the above line
which includes an AI assortment. All sizes,
pretty Bhapes, all prices. The makers of these
shoes stand behind every pair with a guarantee
of their durability.
MRS. A. G. CRICK,   -   FIRST STREET
Union   Hotel
JUST NKWIA' REPAIRED
RATES,      .      $1.50 PER DAY
Weekly and monthly rates to be arranged.       Meal Tickets, 21 meals (or £6.1*1
FIRST STRKET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
A   1'. LKVKSQUR, Proprietor
Laughton C& Tapping, Props. First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
European Plan
Open Day and Night. - Meal Tickets, $6.00
MONTHLY BOARD
tf)VMRD
H. J. McSGhLL.; hqMiici
Strictly; First Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with Bath
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest tbe
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Clfif;«rp     Rate? $i a day.    Monthly rate.
J.   ALBEET     STOHSTE     PROP.
Modesty would appear to be tho out
.-tarvdin.! characteristic of the residents of thi' Bid an, for although for
several weeks lhe government batfheen
on tho look out for a suitable ap -
poind'■ fm Uu' receivership of the oily
of Sandon, iho parliamentary representative of that district has as yot
boon unable lo recommend tho right
man. San.lun is in none too affluent
circumstances, and under authority af
special legislation enaoted during the
recent session of ihe House, it ls proposed to make ono official the general
administrator of the town's affairs.
Whon the right man is obtained be
will be ih' mayor and oity council,
police force, liro department, city
clerk, treasurer, sanitary inspector,
toad superintendent, pound keeper, as-
n(.s.-ur,. ollector and a few  other things
rolled Into on".
th.in .ho imported. There i evidently room for ,, greal expansion in thu
various branehos of agrioulture,
Canada as n whole and British Oolumbia iu particular inoludlng the Kev
elsloko district offers great Inducement
to the poultryman who has an c.vtcms
Ive markel at his' door.
Loading     a    twenty-two year     old
ilonkey anil  wearing a khaki uniform,
jll.  II.  Anderson, of Bullor, l'a.,    left
i Portland, Maine, to Bettle an election
bet i.n Theodo o RoosoveW  by walk -
Ing from that city to Portland, Ore.
Forty years ir» use, 20 years
thc si'ui.ila-i', prescribed and
re commended by physicians.
For Women'* Ailments, Doctor
MariCe'i Foiviale Pilis, at yrur
druggist.
Canada's Em Market
bt>
In the i'ii months ending January
31st, Oanada Imported li.ooo.oco dozen eggs, valued ai two and one third
million dollars. In the same period
Bhe im] o toi lieo and three nuartei
million pounds of butter, at n vuliin-
iiin of one nd one-half n illion. The
exports in either line' were Insignifl -
ean'. Only in ihe thee i laple p'aln
and in cheese iiii Canada export more
In lie prosen'e of one of ilf largest
and mosl ropres.'entative gatherings
ever seen in Winnipeg, Lieutenant
Governor Cameron last week oponed
ih i Man toba Winter Pair In lho now
$123,000 arena, Kully Bve thousand
spectatoi gathered within the building.
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer      Draying-
HandUng Pianos a  Specialty
Phone 42        Nitrht Phone 85
SCHEDULE PROVINCIAL    ELECTIONS    ACT.
NOTK B IS HEREBY GIVEN lhat the list of Voters for the RevelBtoke Ele toral Di-irlct has heen can ''Hid. anl that applications lo he
placed ,n ih Voters List will lie received at my Office at RevelMtok,',
where pint.d forms of allidavit to he used in support of an application
to \o will be supplied. The list of persons claiming to vote will be sus-
P'nde 1 f om and after the seventh day of April, !'J13, and a Court of Re-
'.i : wlll be held on the nineteenth day of Mav, and notico of objections
to tbo insertion of any name nn the Register of Voters must be given to
m-> thirty clear   lay-  before the holding of the Court of Revision!
Dated ihis Third day of March, 1913.
1st  irs. M.3, 3w. E. EDWARDS,
Registrar of Voters for the     Revelstoko     Electoral      District.
NOTICK Til CONTRACTORS
Tinier- will le received hy thc undersigned, tint 1 n'o i -March 29th, 1913
for Clearing liii'lit of Way on the Ar-
rowlake Subdivision, M.R.-O. to Arrowh a.l, and on the Shuswap Subdivision. M.B.-O. to M.B. 45.
SpMfications may  be ob'ain.d     at
tho office of ihe Division Engineer.
H. IJ. Walkem, Actg. Uivn.
En.-ineer, or M.K. McQuarrie
Resident Engineer Revolstoke
1st issue Mar.  12. 3w.
| LIQUOR AFPET1TE
IS NOT INHERITED
DISSOLUTION OF   PARTNERSHIP.
NOTICE Is hereby given that theco-
partneish.p   lier.'to.ore   subsisting    between the undersigned, under the firm
name of Ke\el-to;e Plumbing, Heating and    Sheet     Metal Company, at
;oke-, R.C, has been this     day
dissolved     by mutual consent.    The
business will hereafter he carried    on
i.y Sidney Humphreys, by whom   all
debts of the old lirm will be paid and
to whom all outstanding accounts due
the old firm are to bc paid.
Revelstoke, B.C., February lltli.1913
Revelstoke Plumbing,  Heating,
and She.t Metal Company.
S. Humphreys.
P. Rent.
lit   is=':e  ISFeb.  lm.
It is acquired through Alcoholic
Poisoning which Neal Treatment
eradicates in three days.
Rthical Aid which takes away
liquor appetite Given at the
Neal Institute.
THE NEAL INSTITUTE
Cranbrook, B. < ,
Box 325, - Phone 273
£i£aB3Qi?flB3ra3KiBaKXK-i^BE<3M
^ itAsm^
Kit*
FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL
U make* no difference Whil J<.u iltiurc on
irt etn supply you
■  vii-llty of DttlW
(•rcr groM  .
aii tn< . .  rton   bcrrlM, ibrobSt
ertrgrttns. roiei« oU\, sola bj ui in pwr
t*tti
Tin i: To NAME
It u 111 i' f j ■■! •.. K' t In i' in h wiih nii
,f   EVERY imam Kit NEEDS OUR HOOK- -
LANDSCAPE GARDENING
8c   WHAT TO  PLANT"
32 PAGES, lO^CSTAMPS)
PRASER
IVALI-EY
URSERIESLtr
m
RICHARD Mc-COMB,GENLMGR
11 BOX. A. ALDERGROVE.B.C.
OUT OP THE KIIN
nlt!i.it fire you see that policy we
wrote ("r you. 1 tu- money you'll
be paid on it will cover your h>ss
and perhaps  better your condition.
Have ns write
a\.N  EASTER POLICY
covering everything you have.   Pre
niiinns are lnw ami   uur policies ale
absolutely sale,   i in ii to -daj •
KOOTENAY AGENCIES. Ltd.
A. E, Kincaid, Manager,
E.   G.    BURRIDGE
tinsmith Repairs, Hot Air, Pipe
and Furnace work
-WORK   SHOP
Connnueht Ave.   -   Revelatoke
Smilom
quickly itopi  cougha,  cures  colds, and  ht.l.
the throat and lunci.       ::       :s       aa cents.
Revelstoke Hardware Co., Ltd
See
thc
Prices
SALE of DISHES
Sec
the
Prkes
Pontraciva Silver-Grey   stock patterns
Cups C& 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
97-piece Set of Above, Regular $22.50,  This Week. $14.50
These Dishes aro Semi-Porcelain,  and   the   pattern   is
guaranteed not to rub off.
SEE   OUR   CENTER   WINDOW
Revelstoke Hardware Company, LtJ.
Dealers in Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Paints, Oils, C&.C.
Agents for Minerva Paints and Oxfcrd Ranges.
Q-O-O-O Q- OOOOOO OO-OOOOOOOC OOO-O-Q
? McRae'S
Big
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.
. ;   *
()ii
McRae Mercantile Co.
The Revelstoke Home of Se
ami U.S. Peter's Overs! s
e
6 <KK><KK)<K>OO<K><H)<>O<>O<>0<><KK> ■
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Imperial Bank of Canada $
Hoad Otfico-Toron'.t. Cn{..r'o.
Capital Subscribed
X Capital Paid Up
(J> Reserve
0 Total Assets,
6.000,000.00 9
6.620,00o.00 9
6,620,000.00 A
S72,CC0,CCC.O0 6
Branches or Agents at a'.! principal i tlu a It) ( Rl
AgenU Id Great Britain and United Bu ti I . i , • land,
Lloyds Bank) Limited. Chicago—First National Bark, Corn Ex.
change National Bank. Seattli Beattie National Bank, RnnPran-
cisco—Well* FargoNeVada lSation.il Ba-..-. f pokanr—Exchange
National P»i k. V
Saw!ng3 Bank Depa»t;nf>nt 0
Deposits of $1 and upward,  rece'vpd   (nd   interest all   •>'•<! at   V
vj  current ratp from lati of deposit.   Onrrespond      !:■:!•.i. Q
I     Revelstoko Qranoh-A. B. McC'.cnsr.iu-:'. Wgr.    I
WHITE STAR - DOMINION LINE
ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS SAILING EVERY SATURDAY
LARGEST  STEAMERS  TO  CANADA
New S.S. Laurentic and Megantic
S.S. "Teutonic" and S.S. 'Canada'
582 feet long.
(15.000 Tons)
110.000 Tons)
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 deposited 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-HER ALU,HEVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,  MARCH 19, 1913.
gATrRDAXg   SPURIA I,S
.Have you had your supply of Kalsomine—Only 25c. Per Package
Still Some Good Colors Left'
FURNITURE POLISH
Veribrite or Magic
Furniture Varnish
Large Bottles, 40c.
For Tin,  L5c.
Family Nail Hammers
Choice Selection of Scissor.-;
Kitchen Mirror
25c.
•■>-„.
A BIG SNAP
25 Per Cent. Discount
on All Electric Chandeiiers
INGitlNSMITHINC
pr
BOURNE BROS, LIMITED
First Street, Revelstoke,  Tel. No. 22
«^
Choice Groceries,   Fruit,   Vegetables
Hay, Foed and Poultry Supplies
He a ling" Stoves
Kootenay Ranges
S ask clt a Ranges
S unshine Furnaces
Hardware and  Sporting Goods
We are offering good discoui &ll Crockery,
Glass i nd Silverware during moi th of January.
BOURNE BROS,. LIMITED
First St. Revelstoke.     Telephi ne No. 22
Plun      . Heal
&.
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upon early in Hip Bession, on ono duy
and If approved tlio proper steps taken to prooeed with the work the mo-
  Bpring weather came
One of the great weaknesses oi tho
Ruvelstoke Oity Government has always appeared to be that (oo little
ros'ponitbility is lake'n by iho various
committees, and far too much paltry
detail whioh Bhould have linen thoroughly sifted out by the committees,
is brought up to be chewed over in
mil council.
It i-i some monihs Bince we referred
in tbeso columns io bhe advisability
of making better ns.. I(f the existing
council organization with (l view to
securing greater efficiency mul moro
rapidity in working; we now have an-
other couneil well Bottled down to
their duties, and Ibis is therefore a
i o id opportunity to a. ain put our
suggestions forward.
MCBRIDfc
NAVAL
DEBATE
inlaw.i. March 18 Premier Hot.icn
yest rday received ih' following telo-
gram irom Sir Richard McBride, Premier of Hriti-h Columbia:
"My colleagu b ji In with me in ex.
pressing our admiration at the Bplendid fight vou are making mi the naval
11tu--1ic>n, and nm determination that
Canada shill al once rive assistant
for the lefence e.f the Empire until a
permanent policy is decided upon. You
have the supporl ol il-.'' people of Britisu Columbia, and the great majority e Qanadlans musl feel you're acting in the best interests of the country..'
In rei ly Premier Borden sent tho fol
lowing  te logram:
"My .nil 'agues and I appreciate
warmly the cndorsabion of our atti-
tud . Notwithstanding tho unworthy
obstruction with v.hie-h we aro con-
fri nt 1 ii i- our firm determination to
pies lo a ci nclusion our proposals
for offpitive aid in the common de-
f n  - of ; he  E noire.'1
•913   NEW MILLINERY     1*3
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n
ix
a
March 12th
and following days
Our
Millinery   Opening
for 1913
MISS CALL, who has jj?t rstnrnad from Eaitern
Markets, hu 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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REID & YOUNG
v_
mployers
Xo--,.umsramm
——•
IT    IS    IMPORTANT
tn    -   .■    ip    is
pr    uiu :•'     Ti.ia i ■•-! hi
ill V '     j' ''        n .'
wi. -    r.\L\i
'I HAT I ISE nn: :
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VIN "...
Want I. C. S. Students
BfcsiiH" They Know Thai
I    'Iln'   I   t.S.   can   11 ain   any
man « li" w ill  i ■ v.
ii. Su  li    1raining   is   pr u'i i'-e-il
nnil t|tl ililir    Inr ic-M.iisiliiliiy.
:;   |  (:. s, \i  u «lm si n lv sre
aniliie iou-,    |ie'i -is i nt    ami    H
liable.
Decide To-Day
i     To Become an I. C.S. Man
Rt. Hon.
Sir Gso. Hfluston R^id
G.C.M.G., P.C., OIL,, K.C.B.
'rime Minister of Australia
"So much impressed am I
with the excellent work
the International Correspondence Schools are
doing in promoting mental development and preparing men and women
for advancement in life,
that I am sending a mes-
encouragement
and i- mgratulation to
iii se now taking I.C.S.
courses in Australia.
■  this great
> will meet with
a rapidh ?ing mea-
FER CENT
DISCOUNT
During  Exhibition of
Students Technical Drawings
March 11 till  20
—e,—nrwiH1 ■imct.-ytmmak,■%. i wi 1.1 iiii ".|
153  COLLEGES
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Yale Ov.) State     tjM'.JiW
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Princ:tDi Wa>hinjto:i Michigan
The Same Books You Will Study
wan pjsitijh wi mmu
Through I. C. S. Training You Can
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Architect Auto R inner
i  increte Kxpert Ble :trici tn
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Sheel Metal W irk Wirem in
S ilcs n in 1".inner
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MEALS AT ALL HOURS, DAY AND NIGHT
,. ei good tn Eal in Season.
SHORTORDERS   CHOP SUE*  OUR SPECIALTY
Tobacco and Cigars.  We Never Sleep. Always at Your Service
LIM ON RESTAURANT WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 1913.
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Have been selling Vancouver property in Revelstoke
for Six Years.
Have more satisfied customers in British Columbia
than any other firm or Corporation.
We're the first Real Estate firm to sell Vancouver
Property to up-country people.
Are still selling to their old customers for whom
they have made money on former investments.
Have always done a straight and legitimate business and for that reason have a better connection up
country than any other Real Estate firm.
Those who purchased from us in Burnaby will be pleased to know
that the Vancouver-Westminister road is now closed and being1 paved,
also the Municipality of Burnaby will spend one million dollars for improvements this year. Beautiful Burnaby will be in a short time one of
the best and most up-to-date residential districts on the Pacific coast.
We have a few choice lots left, and can assure our customers that
the property they purchase from us in our Burnaby Subdivision will be
a splendid investment.
Reference: Molsons Bank, Revelstoke.
Elkins Bros., Ltd.   G. V. Taylor,
18 Union Bank Bldg.
Vancouver.
Sales Manager for Elkins Bros. Ltd.
King Edward Hotel,
Revelstoke
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THE.  MAIL-MlzRALU,HEVELSTOKE
THE MAIL-HERALDrREVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,  MARCH 19, 1913.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 1913.
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Any amount of faith in Christ,
however small, is worth more
than any amount of belief about
Christ, however large.
Geo. cTWcDonald.
If on our daily course our mind
Be set to hallow all we find ;
New Treasures   still of countless
price-
God will provide for sacrifice.
Room to deny ourselves—a road
To bring us daily nearer God.
MILMAN.
3Jrit itPtt
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fDiitta tiuuarii H3I3I., m \k\uw
nf JDalrs
To every family according to its needs—
from   us   according   to our ability.       1 h ;
HOWSON COMPANY assimilates the
torm—service to the people.      No great r
mission of a business   house   is   po.ssibl
than to benelit  its   patrons  to   th-'
extent that in  its   pcuver   lies.    We kn
our best asset is a pleased customer
our every effort is in this   di
are pleased in serving.
Let
all om resi uie es .ire at your d;-:
invite you to make   ise of tl
Just now we are  m.i.-.
to li' ! itil ■      ir home > .it •
and to add to  its i
nishf-< i i
do so nt ^  ii
do so?    i >r,ur. ation   ai d
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family.       I. I
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HOWSO
Gk Entm
Cau&mtuw
Abbou Ben Adhein
May his tribe increase:
Awoke one night from
A sweet dream of peace,
And  saw  within the moonlight of
his room,
Making   it rich  and like a  lily in
bloom,
An oAngel writing in a book of gold
Exceeding   peace   had  made   Ben
Adhem bold:
cAnd to the presence in the room
He said    What writest thou.
The vision raised its head,
And with a smile made all of sweet
accord,
oAnswering, said the names of those
Who love the Lord,
cylnd is mine one—said Abbou:
Nay,   not  so—the   presence spoke
more low—
Write me  I pray thee   then—said
oAbbou as one
Who loves his tellow man.
The c_Angc\ wrote and vanished:
The next night came with
A more bright and awakening light
And showing the names
Whom the love of God had blest,
And Lo! Ber. Adhem's name
Led all the rest.
-LEIGH HUNT.
(iod '>'.    iui   i .itherb,
Be with Us Yet,
et!
or get!
KIPLING
Abide with me!
When Other Helpers fail
And comforts flee,
Help of the helpless
Oh, Abide with me.
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We can make our lives sublime,
And departing leave behind us
Footprints on the sands of time.
Footprints that perhaps another
Sailing o'er life's solemn main;
A forlorn and shipwrecked brother
Seeing shall take heart again.
LONGFELLOW.
He who makes two blades of grass
to grow where one has grown hitherto, confers a lasting benefit on
mankind.
-JOHNSON
ll the above be true—and who can
doubt it—what may bc said of the merchant who doubles the opportunities of his
patrons and for the same cost, or to put it
in another form, makes it possible to purchase needed articles at half the usual
price. Such a merchant is a "I'ublic
Benefactor" must be admitted. Can't be
gainsaid. To-day in Revelstoke a great
movement is going on—one of far-reaching significance to many householders.
The vast stock of the Howson Co.; much
of it is being sold at half price—the bai
ance at a discount of one-third think of
it    nothing like it was ever before   known
in any line of merchandise in this section, lhe result the greatest day's selling (iu our line) ever known here. Hundreds of pleased customers got the benefit.
Will you bc the next.
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FURNISHERS
i*- WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 1913.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGE SEVElf
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All During March There
Wi.! be Plenty of Bargains Displayed in This
Store. Watch for Them
Watch Our Windows for
Special Lines and Bargains During March and
Look at Price Tickets.
New Spring Blouses
NEW SPRING BLOU ;ES of Sheer Lawns anil Linen,
for Ladies Several Ni w Ideas and styl:s. At all
Priees   $1.90 to ?o.00
A Bargain in Underskirts
\ BARGAIN IN UND 1RSKIRTS—Several kin.Is, Silk
Taffetta, Merci't-i/-'.1 Sateen-'. Fatie-y Brocades. All
lengths,  all colors E2.75 to 13.75 values for  $1.90
SAINT PATRICK'S DAY
MONDAY, MARCH 17, 1913
Silk and Salin Skirts
A  CLEARING  LOT 07    Silk and    Satin    Skirts     and
Waists  at  $3.90
Saint Patrick Day Emblems
S VINT PATRICKS'    DAY KMBLEMS. on SALE at  10c
New Cotton Crepes, All Colors
NEW  COTTON CREP 3S  in all  Colors.   All the Wanted
Shades, 28 inch wd> al  , 15c.
One of the days we celebrate.
Canadians generally have a
profound respect for the honor
their fathers pay the patron
Saints of their different countries and usually help celebrate these days with enthusiasm.
Pretty English Prints
PATTEN PERFECT   ENGLISH Prints and  Percales, 32
inch wide.     The greatest showing of   pretty    colors
we have yet had at   15c.
Embroideries and Laces
NEW EMBROIDERIES AND LACKS in great variety,
from th.' neat Narrow Edgings io the widest Flounc
togs from   "•■.  to $2.00
Quaker Grey Suitings
QUAKER GREY SUITINGS, all the Rage this Spring
in Bedford Cords und Whipcords. All 'he diflerent
Weights  for dresse: and Suits  $1.00 to 92.00
Fancy Neck Pieces
FANCY NECK PIB03S. -Thc loveliest line in Fancy
Neck Pieces we ha"e ever shown. Jabots, Polis-
phcre  Collars,  Etc.,  from    $2".-.  to $5.00
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Department
fine Footwear for Women
Button SIiojs for Women are again to ihe fore this
season, and with the buttons remain the Medium high toes
nd short Vatnpsf For the Coming Season the heels will
be slightly lower. T..ns In all Shade'- will be much worn,
■ally in the high cut, fourteen and ei.hten buttons.
Choco'ates or very dirk tans bave made their appearance,
and giv.' promi.-e of being much worn next season: but for
the present season the lighter shades will be more in vague.
We have received our flrst Spring Shipment of Women's High Grade boots and Oxfords. They are all the
famous "Bell' Shoe aid show all the most up-to-date features exhibited for tho present Season. We ask your in •
tpe tion and do not b lieve  ihat  lompaions  are  obvious.
WOMEN'S TAN LACK or BUTTON BOOT—Fourteen
Buttons; Goodyeai Welt, .Medium hei, short Vamp
new ' Wedgewood toe. About the classiest little
Shoe shown this s ason.     Price,  per pair  $5.00
WOMEN'S  TAN'  LACK or BfTTON BOOT—High    Cut
Lace or  Eighteen Buttons.   Same Last and partl'-u-
i   the Fourteen buttons.    Prite, per pair $6.00
WOMEN'S TAN BUT]ON. CLOTH TOP — Eighteen
Buttons, Dark Ta . Cloth Top, with lighter Vamp
Price,  per  pair  $5.50
WOMEN'S GUN METAL LACE or BUTTON BOOT—
Fourteen Buttons, new toe and heel. Very dressy,
and    .ust the thin; for Spring    weather. Price ... $5.00
WOMEN'S GUN METAL LACE or BUTTON BOOTln
High cut Lace or Eight en Buttons. Same as Fourteen Button.*. Price per     pair   $G.0O
WOMEN'S CHOCOLATE KID LOW BOOT—Welt sole,
*hort Vamp, Flexible as a glove. One of the real
New Ones.     Price per  pair   $5.00
WOMEN'S BCTTON (iXFORDS—Dark Tan with Cloth
Top to match. Short Vamp. 'Wedgewood, last.
Price,  per pair  a.  $4.50
WOMEN'S BUTTON (tXFORD-Gun Metal with Cloth
Top, same Last and wekht as the Tan. Trice,
per pair    $4.50
WOMEN'S   FAT  OXFORD—Eighteen   Button    or  Lace.
Short   Vamp.    Nob toe.      .M.'.liuin   Heel. Dull     Kid
Tops.       Price,  per pair    $4.50
REGAL SHOES FOR MEN
The Be-t VALUES ever shown in ihe City. That is
exactly what we claim for Our Spring Stock of REGAL
SHOES. Moreover they are the Snappiest, Mo-: Exclusive Styles shown this season. In this day oi rapid ad-
vane ing Leather Priees, ii i.s difficult to get the Style and
Wearing Qualities of a few sea-on- ago for anything like the
same' money. We are n a position to give you just what
you want at ., very small alvane-e in cost over two years
ago. Let your eye run over the-e prices:
VELOUR  CALF  BOOT:—Medium  toe an.l    hi  I,   Welted
sole;  Solid  Leathci   stock.       Price'    $4.00
VELOUR  CALF  BOOT:—Snappy new Last; Blucher cut;
Nol.  loe,  Medium heel, Heavy sole.   Piic-   $4.50
CALF BOOT:- New   "Panama"   Last,  Bump toe.   Medium  heel,  iliod  Year Welt -ole, 1,1a k orta
KANGAROO   BLUCHER:- 'Panama"    Last,   beautiful
Glased   Kangaroo Stock.   Soft  as a  Glove.   Medium
sole.      Price    $6.00
BLACK  ORESCO  BOOT  -Heavj  Sole, Bump toe, Warn
pole Welt, Grain   Water Prool Stock.     Price   $c..00
:  NEW   VSTOR [jAST:—Absolutely  the newest Last
in  ihu ma ket.   Receding     toe,   Flat heel, bai cut.
Either Gun Metal or Tan Calf.     Price   (6.00
LET YOUR NEXT PAIR HE    REGAL8.
Our" Grocery and Crockery^ Department
Pure Clover Honey
Pure Clover Honey
Five ns  $1.25
. '8       K
Bottles   15c, 85c   an.'.   Ifl
bl 	
A Fr^sh Assortment of
MARMALADES
Oroi  and i lackwells 7 and i Pound T-.ns.
and : lai kwells lai ■ -i.irs.
Kellli i    7 and   I  Pniitiel Tin .
I,, nii i   ' pound Gla    J ■
Rob< rtst ns 7. i and 2 Pound 'i
Quivers Orange, Iftg an i Lemon in 'iin-s Jars,
lini,* 11 nn.,   Tangerine Pineapple, >i u. < r in
■ ,   Raspberries,   t'her-
o   bard Plums, Pcnches and
j Pound Tins.
Fruits in Callon     Tins— Pumpkin,   P
b :barb and Plums.
Evaporated Fruits
h  '  " h'-' Peal i,   \pp> , Figs and
Watch   our   Corner Window   for   Easter Goods,
Hams, Bacon nnd Eggs
Specials for Friday and Saturday
Greengage Plums in heavy syrup      Lombard Plui -  ,., : ;, .   . . ..
 per tin, i m     i
Bartletl Peai   in hi ivy syrup... .per tin, •
97-Piece Dinner Set     $7.50
House Furnishing Department
.^piine;   will soon be hers, that means v Window .shades,
Verandah Boreens, Ste.  Wo have all of tho above in ■< n i.   prints. For
the balance ol tliN weok wo ari   making n reduction r,n Ruga, to make room .'or New Stock.
Ah ymi know the cost ol r.iw Material bat been advan Ing (or the pa l few . nty and it "tT'-cts the
Cork, (HI nnd .lulo lhat li ns i   n ma in    I    oloum    Pries   .    i, ,,,       ,k   .
per rent iiii what they were Iwo (rears ago.   fft  have a lull line t    •    n- ■>,,      \ .,_ ,, ntl<j
will H.-li at  the "id prion   ni ;,in.             e is.   De. nit wail .   :   t    oa
your  money.   We  have  rtctl .        I r  |     m L>nl  ol         I n  adord to givs
yon lhe benefit ol Die low pii" . ti   them.   They   are   f.-ur  feet   ami         r  f :i     . ci.   We  will  se'.I
at the low price nf $5.00, a* long 8   Ihey   last    Ws  wll   bt  pleased 'o iho nterested.
\\e   have mnny oth«r artlolca vnu will require for Spring.
mmmmmmmmmmrjmmmmmammmmmuumimmBmmizaEaaasu'-t PAGE EIGHT.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,  MARCH 19, 1913.
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HEWS    PRI TQ   STORK
Brownie's   JI to $4,00
Folding Brownie's       $5 to $12
Kodaks $10 to $65
Winter or Summer
You Can Kodak
BEWS The ffie^aCg, Store
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NEWS FROM FAR Ai NEAR
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t      DISTINCTIVE CUT GLASS
Vases, Bowls, Comports,
Manufactured by "Libby"
BE NOT DECEIVED
J". GrTJ~¥T BAEBEE
C. P. R. WATCH INSPECTOR
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Centra! Hote
Abrahamson Bros.
Props.
First-Class in all
respects.
All Modern
Conveniences
RATES. $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Rates
REVELSTOKE. B.C.
It MlPiit Be
IBTTT
It is always hot in thc 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. Located 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. BOYP, Proprietor.
Halcyon. Arrow Lakes
X O T I C 1
D. Company 102nd, Re;?. R. M. 11., '■..■ to mt  >,.
i,  • e 2nd, an ! Uh   1 i
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January 10th. and 24th, 1913.
February 14th    M    28th.     "
March 14th.       "    28th.     "
April 11th. ■■    25th.     "
R. M. R. Dance Committee
G. H. Brock. Chairman.
Sixte'cn dollar a month civil war
pension was a*ki d tor the other day
by Senator Francis K. Warren of Wyoming, oni' of the richest members of
the Upper House.
General Olpriano Castro, exiled former President of Venezuela, joined the
crowd-! un the streets of Washington,
and from the pavement viewed the inauguration ceremonies.
Two thousand houses, almost the en
lire town ol Numadzu, to the south ol
Tokyo, were burned a few days ago.
These Included the government buildings. There were a number of fatalities. The' loss is estimated at $3,.ri00-
000.
Thc widow of Captain Robert F.
Scott, tho Antarctic explorer, will
henceforth be known as I.ady Scott,
King Ueorge lias bestowed on her the
same rank, style an.l precedence as if
Iut hn~b.-i.inl had been nominated a
Knight Commander of the Uatli, as he
would have been had he survived.
It is announ ed that Josekh F.
Smith, of Salt Lake Cily, apoBtle of
the Mormon Church, will vis-it Alberta
this spring. The head «.f the latter
Day Saints lm- promised to olliciate
at the laying of the coiner stone of
the great temple whieh is to he erei't-
ed .it Cradston, the centre of the
Mormon Colony.
Important results are expee-ted from
the French Arctic expedition which
will -et out from Harve in .June tor
lhe exploration and scientific examination of Franz Jo ef 1 and under the
command of Mon. .lules Depaycr, an
Austrian by birth, whose father was
the discoverer of this archipelago in
1873.
The Grain Growers' Grain Company
of Winnipeg, lias purchased uear Fort,
George, extensive timber limits comprising three Inm lied million feet of
limber. The price paid was ;l dollar
and one half per thousand feet. Thu
plan of the e ompany i- to hold this
timber as ,, t set supp 5. They will
establish lumber yards at different
points on ilie prairies, in order to sup
ie> . tl i with lumber at reasonable
rate
The B iti I   '■•'. i     iffi ■■ is experiment
Ing with   , new     rvice rifle, which, it
it pie . if .1,   will  render     the
t I     obsolete,     The
lUtomatlc   leut can he '-on
..a ine load>T or    a
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Macl.ainc of Lochhuie, chief of the
Clan MacLalne, owner of ;i.ri,000 acres
in ihe Islo of Mull, god-son of the
Duke of Argyll, has decided to go on
the s'tage in America to earn enough
money lo -ave his estates, which when
inherited by him four years ago, woro
heavily encumbered. His .outracts aro
all practically arranged. He is unmarried, i!3 years old and n lieutenant
L. E.GRIFFITHS
Hay, Grain and Feed
Office :
Cumming's Transfer Co.'y
Second Street
G. W. HALL,
Manager
WWMWPaF7*rC'-.i
iii  the Argyll and
landers,
Sutherland High-
London, Match 12—During the course of a debate in the house of commons tonight, ihi' postmaster-general,
lhe   lit.  Hon,   HI.-  Samuel,  intimated
that ii wn-1 the Intention of tho government during the lifetime of the present parliament to Introduce a bill lo1'
the reform of the bouse of lords, lie
said that the new second chamber
would contain no wstige of the heredity principle and thai under no circumstances would its absolute veto be
iestored.
The financial statement for 1912 .^uh
mitted by Provincial Treasurer Mal-
eoliii McKenzie in the Alberta Legislature -hows thai the province had a
surplus at ihe end of last year oi
$143,551, of which the telephone department contributed $77,42$. Total
ordinary revenues amounted to f3,35G
619 and telephone receipts to $680,731
The lo'al debenturo debt of the province amounts lo ?1-!,D)0,000 Incurred
In the construction of public works in
eluding the Parliament Byuildings and
telephone ccinei-tions.
I GRATEFUL
*0PLE
March
21St
HOT CROSS
BUNS
March
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Nova Scotia IVI an and Wife Both
Benefited  By GIN  PILLS
I I" ST how m u c h
difference GIN
I'lI.I.S can make in
the home life can be
Cuessed from lhe
letter below. Where
formerly both
husband ami wife
were in more nr less
constant misery with
backache, Ihev are
now delighted to be
almost free of the old
trouble.
Lyons Brook, N.S.
"Yon are ;
free to use it     n ime
in any wav t<> benelit
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[AMI 3 1,. NAUSS.
Why shoul In I  you   r any t I your
friend ring    with
he,    Rheumatism,    Lumbago,
or S1   line i   ICldncys,
'.   Painful
■ e, ,1s   in   the
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ime to Ihe N i '.ss
.:   ■.'• to use OIX
'".IN* PILLS on
lb it  t'.iey will
ill ! !■ promptly
i   box,   6  for   $2 50.
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of Canada, Limited,
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cordially   welcome.
J. fil HAMILTON, W. M.
A. 0    BROOKBR,  H"'. rotary.
"    W, 'I. w.
Mountain  View  'amp.  No,  121.
FOR SALE
Galena Bay lan<if in parcels of
10 or 20 acren or en bloc. Correspondence Invited,
John Shaw. Agent,
Box 616 Arrowhead
It will pay you to
make a call al
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -   Revelstoke, R. C
before buying ymir out
fit of workiiik clothes
for the lunil. f make ■
specialty of togging
Shoes, Pants.Sox, Shirts
Blanket!* and everything
required In your bnsin rss.
Meeta in t, 0 0 IT. Hall nut to
Tapping's Orj»r« Hones every tfunil
and fourth Vt'.mlay in m'.nth. V'ult-
intf   brethren   rr.rdlally   w">lr.om«fi.
H. V. MORGAN, 0   R
WM.   B.   OAMIDRON,   Har   H.r
HRLKIRK       LODOfl   12.   1.   ').   0.   HV
Meets iVfry Thursday nvenlnf In
Helklrk Hall at H o'clock Vititing
brethren  cordially  Invited.
JOHN  LYON      N. O.
JAR.   MATHIR,   Hec.
Meets  Hfcon'l     and      Fourth   W.'dnee
days    in  'uch   month   In     Helklrk
Hall.      Visiting  Woodmen are
cordially  Invited  to attend
FAMES   M'-INTYltK,  O.O,
H.  W.  KDWAItDB, Clerk.
RBVBLBTOKB I.OYAI, OHDKR
MfiflHK   No.   1085
Meets     every  first and third Tuesday   in  Oddfit.lowa    Mall.      Vlettlng
brethern conllnlly  Invited to attend.
B.  Kdwnrds,  Dictator.
H.  L.  Haug,  Secrotary.
REDUCTION IN ELECTRICAL FIXTURES
Are you wanting any Electrical Work Done ?
If so, call at the Revelstoke Plumbing Cli,
Sheet   Metal   Co.'s Store, Connaught Avenue.
A. G. DUCK
ELECTRIC   SUPPLY   STORE
Phone 281
Night Phone 'in
!'. O,  Box ili
Howson C& Co,, Ltd.
Furniture, Carpets and Linoleum at Eastern Prices, Freight
codded.
Howson CBts Co., Ltd.
ARE   VOU   MUSICAL?
Then take advantage of en ex-
i'i | in rial <'i portunity. Cull at
BINGHAM'S MUSIC STOKE
in el ins| eel ilu' Btock . I Mandolins, Vlclitis, Ciiitais. Acccrd-
ecne, I Irroiur., Flutes, Wuiti-
Flutes, Harmonicas, Albums,
Sheet Music, Player Rolls, Silk
Piano Otapcs, Etc. Selling al
next t>' cost ] rice to clear,
Eclfson Phonographs and Victor
Crtmcphcnes. Also SCOKdiscn
\Y;:\ Records selling at 40c.
(Usual Price, 6oc.) and a lirst-
<'lti.-s 'election of Blue Seal
I iibii.ileal.li'   Records   nt     65c.
Cento Early cud Cet First choice.
Piano Tuning and Repairs .-i
Specialty.
BINOIIAMS   MUSIC   STORE
Mckenzie ave.
B. r.
Representative
Foil
lievelstoke.
Phone 262.
(i/Zcuuti,
WHITE PEOPLE
Be reasonable! Don't semi your 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.    liegular collector and delivery service. -
WEST KOOTENAY STEAM LAUNDRY
Phone 80 EARL BARRACLOUGH, Manager.
I
■H——^
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.
Manufacturers of Aerated Waters
WINES
LIQUORS
CIGARS
Agents for Calgary Beer
WATCH THE MAIL-HERALD ADS WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 1913.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGE NINH
JVLAJR.CIE3
20th
Men's Tweed Suits
Values to $15
SALE
ENDS
SATURDAY
NIGHT
lens Shirts
Me
Values to $1.50
ZJK2EZB3.
Men's   Underwear
25c
Per Garment
Values 50c. & 65c.
Overalls
95c
OB
Sweater Coats
$2.85
Values $6.00
THREE MORE DAYS and
thnn the end of the greatest
Sale that was ever or again
will be held in Revelstoke.
There arj just three more
days for you to get values
as lo be almost unbelieve-
able It's the most opportune time to get your spring
suit at a great saving of cost
Just think of it—a possible
saving of 10 to 35 per cent
on your suit—isn't it worth
while. Can you invest yorr
money to betier advantage
Cm you get be'ter interest
on your money. Answer it
yourself by coming to this
great sale and getting your
spring outfit now. Hurry !
Hurry! the time is growing
shorter, the stock is getting
lower. Remember—we are
not looking for profits, we
are not considering cost?.
Our aim and determination
is to close out this stock.
We want to see nothing but
the bare walls when the doors
close Saturday night, the 22nd
of March.
Men's Tweed, Worsted Serge Suits
Values to $27.50
THE SALE THAT
CAPTURED THE
TOWN ENDS
Saturday Night
SALE
CLOSES
POSITIVELY
Sat Mell. 22
l^aA-IRCH
21st
LAST
D
IMLAJRCH
22nd
SALE
CLOSES
POSITIVELY
Sat. Erich. 22
Men's Tweed. Worsted, Serge Suits
Values to $22.50
Radical Reductions
FOR THE
FINAL DAYS
$120.00
SCHOLARSHIP
GIVEN AWAY
SATURDAY, MARCH 22
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
Mining Engineer
Mechanical Engineer
Civil Engineer Assaying
Draftsman Advertising
Surveying Bookkeeping
Stenography Metallurgy
Structural Engineer
GET   A   CARD
WE ARE NOT CONSIDERING
LOSSES FOR IT IS A
CLOSE OUT
Heavy  Underwear
65c
Per Garment
Values. $1.25
Men's Work Shoes
95c
Values. $2.50
Mixed Cotton Sox
25c
For Three Pair
Mens Shoes
$2.65
Values $5 and $6
i3uW.TO.WJ
SALE
ENDS
SATURDAY
NIGHT
'Men's Tweed, Worsted, Serge Suits
Value to $35.00
C. S. MCFARLAND
OUTFITTER FOR  MEN AVIIO KNOW
HOWSON   BLOCK REVELSTOKE, B. C,
LOOK FOR THE STORE WITH THE RED SIGNS
UNPRECEDENTED SALE
BECAUSE
UNPRECEDENTED VALUES PAGE TEN*.
THE MAIL-HERALD,  REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,  MARCH 19, 1913.
SOCIAL AND
PEI
£~aS\r^S\s\s-
a
r^-K
Mrs.  K.  Squarebriggs  will not
.live di, Friday, March 21st.
The  Methodist  church choir ot
voices, under the leadership ot
Richard Sawyer,  are preparing a
iui song service of Easter music
Sunday evening.
re
Mr.
spec
tor
! BUSINESS LOCALS !
Mr.   Sidney   Robbing   arrived    home
Monday noon tor the Easter holidays.
Owing to tlie blizzard on Tuesday the
la ..      ■ i ee for  the     Y.M.O.A.,
was postpom 1 tor one w ■
Rev. Mr, Hartwell of Vancouver, is
B]      ling  e   fi '■'■'     day-      in  town, the
■   \i-.   i. ndn ark.
Lt n Solloway,   whose \ Uit has
t*.- o   h ■ oci iision ot sevi ral social ev-
Mr.  Benr.ett,   vho  has  lii'on  a tele -1
graph operator here tlii.-1 winter,    and
popular on ac-ount  of his vocal lal-(
.nt.     has   l.esn   transferred  to  a  new
station at Howie', near Sicamous.
Miss Anderson 11 u.^he'- who lectured
here a month ago is proving very
popular In W nni] e . ha is - 'hedul-
i,l to address1 nx meetings in tho largest auditoriums in that city, as woll
as  lo preach  twice on Sunday
CUSTOMS
REVENUE
\ LOCAL AND
t
GENERAL t
April ISth, is the date fixed for thei The first Canadian contingent that
big dance ot the Ladies Auxiliary to went to the Boer Var were insured for
(he  H.  of L.  E.   Remember the date.' $1,000,000 in the Ocean Accident    and
'Guarantee Corporation. The Revelstoke Fir.- Brigades ar.- also insured
in this company. The special agent
for  thi- company is Chas. M Field —
aV-%e%  V%   V    ^   'Ct. ' V-«V^%. ^^
The ever increasing volume ot Customs receipts whieh has been such a
feature of the administration ot tho
Department by the Hon. J. D. Reid is
shown in the returns for the eleven
months of tho present fiscal year. Tho
revenue for lhe eleven tin nths was
.$103,185,000, compared with $77,716,-
000 (or  the corresponding el'veumou-
II.  Roos
yesterday.
of Vancouvi r was in towr
her li,.me'
:. :
in \ a i ouver.
Pre-emptors
LC0K
Out
th
i.
i
, F    '.   VI Iui   i        io  has Bpenl
., :.   :    ;,  >   ,'. n   v. ,t b  ...     b othei.
GALT COAL is handled exclusively
in Revelstoke by the Revelstoke Gen-
eral Agencies, Ltd.
tii course you will take in tho   Big  Best policy in the market issued to all
Concert  given under  the auspices     of  "'specially to railroaders.
It. Peter's church at the opera house1    Wednegdayi  Mar,b 19th, marks   the ths of the last fiscal year. This shows
Easter Monday evening.                           centenary of  the  birth of  David  Liv- an  increase  of  $25,769,0tO  or, in uth-
March 2. th—the     L.A. B. of R. T.,   ingstone,   the   great   African  explorer, ec  words,   the  increase  for  the eleven
Annual At   Home and Tance in    the  end  missionary.   This anniversary   is months of this fiscal     year is greater
opera house.   Cancel all other engage  being observed     by   special     services than  lho entire Customs revenue   for
ments fee- thai evening.                           throughout  the Protestant world.    In the fiscal year 1898-99, whieh was $26,-
tha Presbyterian, church on Sunday ev 734,000.
H. A. Parks of Winnipeg, arrived in
Revelstoke Monday.
ii. Ritchie of Vancouvi
city  the past few days.
was in the
E.  Walker of (Irand Forks, came in
on  Sunday's  -outh train.
ll. Haiti of Edmonton, arrived
city  last  Moiulay.
la ordi:   to cat rj  oui  ihe
K. J. M lntj e       Thui day   regulation!    and strictlj  enforce     the
,   hewan,
i.. .... n bei ti ii a'    Mrs. J. W,
l'i 'h   given   by
I arj    of     St.  John's
■ . ■        m ai -
ore than i i       i ri! will
et features i        e  la
bl a     Methodist   church,
Rev.' >      i   iri '■ ou.    ■  will
(:. :. C    ia,  which
I by sp e'lidid  lantern
i        rdially     iu-
vit ■ I
to I       red : teach -
ted   or duty
i pi1     of  the tu-
n roa I    an I
.     gOW-
, . ■ lasses m
it d id.
of     St.
I St.  Pa
.    n
-ain  of Irish
... : ally.     The
m  i
en flags and rl
"Erin-go-bi • mu th
len ■■   After   tl ■   ■ ira    tho
au I .-ii te ai     and en
law thai en land i-arrj ing more than
8000 fi et .e; timbei .ee tbo ai re ai
ro empt -d n agri ultural and, Pro
al Timber In pe tor G.D. McKay
; tate that a -ti Icl examination of
pr  .-nii t id  lands   will    e made
... ■   ipt on     will be
given,
In thc in i alleged thi        aum-
i er of pi ' empti is, by  misrepresenta-
; on,  ac .iiitcd   lands ci ntainiug
lar.i   an
laud GALT COAL—Not just as good, but
ih real article.—The Revelstoke
Gen "al  Ae- ncies, Ltd.
i ning the pastor will give tbe
irie   of a .-dresses on "Tho
David Lh in [stone, '
first of
Life   of
i   ii.  ii ban:.:,
SOMETHING    THAT    YOU    NEVER
SEEN NOR E\ EN HEARD OF!
-0—
A  Parisian  No\ eltj    tn Eut ope it is
usi d     ili-     >■ ar   as  a  little  Easter
;'i esonl. e.i  rather a mark of i ourti-sie
ti   friends an I r 1 itives.    H - value   as
a   token 1 es a.ore     in  the ni   e
ban ...   he pi      of ihe arii le.     11 is
arranged so  that  it  can     ■    ent just
a pi       ,      I,  ;or a cent or two. to
. ny  placo In Can ida  i c  the     United
ties     I       'nd ai in;   idea   about  it,
i be  embt .i led      Luminous
which  will sh ne aU i
, ny  d, rl   ri i    in Mys -
Bl      i     ttt,
1 io da:     lit fi    a -
I he pri m [s tha     u
The Revelstoke General AgenciesLtd. !
are the exclusive  agents for the famous GALT COAL.
See Chas M. Field about ihat Life
Policy you are contemplating putting
on in the company of which Lord
Strathcona and the President of the
Bank of M ntr al are directors.
Jame-, the Chimney Sweep, is back
in town, and wil] give prompt personal attention • ■ all jobs. Tho e Ori,
ental Hotel, or write, Jams, The
Chimney Swa ; . C. o. Oriental Hole1, Revelstoke.
Railroaders, boware. Do not put on
life or accident Insurance without tirst
looking over the attractive and low
priced poll fered you hy Chas.M.
Field, in his sound and rellibli
panies.
RUSHING
WORK ON
WHAR
.ati
i
id  with
!■ cil .    '■.      on the i
ra :- ■ ,    .    ms.
Ml :; :
in's sui-
i   .      \    large
:. H. Man-
Thomp-
HOW IT HAS lSHOWN,
tn t'lii iini ihe bounding revenue
from customs alone nay bo appreciated the following statement shows
the ' ollecl ions.' for thu first ihreo yoars
of tho Liberal administration, The
flrst yeai ol die' I ami r regime showed a customs revenue of $19,-891,000.
For tin' year L897-98 the revenue was
$22,157,000 and only In 19C0 did it
reach $28,000,000, or slightly over the
increase  for  the clo»'en i iths of the
pasl   fiscal  year.
ON BUSINESS BASIS.
This splendid showing uot only
bears ample testimony , f ihe remark
able prosperity throughout iho loin-
inion bill al-o t stifles to tho business
ii ie- a ltuinistration of I li ■ Depai tmont
by tho present Minister of Customs,
when the Hon. Dr, Roid too'.', charge
of 'It' Hi'i. iirini. nt lis affair: were in
a somewhai deploi ahl ■ i onidltion, The
stalls ol t he vai in ts i on ? wei t om
i o-.-.l mainly ol elderly men who were
appoint .1 pi indpally for thi ir political s rv '■ :s aioie so I! an foi th ir
ability lo protect the revenue. This
■ti i han i d and throu -.liout
I '■: ■ Dominion now tie ro i- an ai my of
youn • a ti\ a men engaged in customs'
 'I . at. 1  ele- reven te is thereby ado-
Ij    i'i ot m ler].
The revi nue for the  month of Feb-
ruai v v.t i $9,15 i,i 0 ■. and for the cor-
rdas   wa«  board news con- responding month last year $7,447,000
cernln     ihe  apioin ment   by  the  pro-  being  an  increase of $1,707,000.
Don'l  in :-   i'ii" e.f die liie events of
the season on Eas'ter Monday   evening
I by failing lo attend St. Peter's church
i concert at the opera house.
Only four companies settled their
loss.'s in full in the San Francisco
earthquake and fire, or which t'..e London Assurance Corporation was on.
This company paid out 57,000,000 in
thai disaster, their poll ies are writ-
ti n  here  by  Cha-.  M.  Field,
Forty years In use, 20     y a:s     tbe
standard   preseri ed  and  r . om re-id.
ied Ley  physician-.    For  Woman''   Ail -
! mente, »r. Manel's Ftmalo Pil'.s,   al
your dtugglst.
Book  yonr  ^e its early at   Ma don
1 aid's drug stor   for St. Pet r's church
concert  Easter Monday evening. Th't'-'
' will he a packed hou-e.
Mrs
n the
P, O. Campbell ol Salmon Arm, was
in tbe ' iiy again last  Monday.
P, it. \sii.iiidg.' of Vancouver, paid
this eity a buslnoss  visit  yesterday.
G. It. . Steves and family ol Kield,
..mn' in on yesterday's nisi  bound.
\> it. Peacock of Notoh Hill, waa
doing business in the city ye terday.
.1. R. Roid of Victoria, has been li
iho city ihis week transacting business
ll. hi. iioolittio of Vancouver, was
ami.ui; western visitors to tho city on
Mondav.
il
il;
( bapn an
e  trip  last
this cily.
,ii     Nei ion    made the
Sunday  to do business
BETTER
TER
R. J, Watt of Calgary, was noticed
en the streets Wi ndaj lasl. 1 to arrived Sunday,
\\. Uilehrist of   \rrowhoa I, was am
i ui     ake I i   ilor    to   l iwn lho  tore' part
ol   thiM   week.
Chas. J. Wilson of New York, was
i ue I it t a.' Kin ; Edward the fore
1 ai i  of this week.
J,   J,  Fleming ol Montreal, arrivi
n  the eily  Moi day  and  is stopping
iho  King  E Iward.
EOF.
D '''■
U.\J.
i.   March   13—In  the  court
ed to h                                    oa — "
mre.   I1  is Inde  !    n article whieh "                       government, are   no;
;   Id in high                    anj   ' ney  for  public   works
Ehininj   iio- ii    th    Kootenays   now  Ion.:  overdue,
ich Is fo        ::■ l»ut    ii             bowing a commendable uncial    o ernn >ni  of tho British Coin and <ef whi ■ ahead with       the  lumbia     i ember of  the loint Dorain.
i                            he i.n tu                             Information     is ion and  provincial  lommisslon  which
Se.      a ton     irespoi       s to invest               whole question of
pl,..   Pi                                  2 for 25c, enl                                      of mat                      nual subsidy from the     Ottawa  Much  SickllPSS   DlIG  lo   L>UWe!
v   \ • ted for ti                       • ition.      The British Colum-                        Disorders
a
P. i-i. Freech ol Salmon Arm,
e e n iiiiiig misin ss in ihe city
foro pari of this week.
ha
tie
Tilt DOCK QUESIiON
t h im. Hayburger of Pincher Creek
Rita., was among the Crows Nest Lim
\ ibi oi     10   town  last   Sunday.
A   big    now    Ii.l ■ at      t ire in    Slide
prevent   1 Tuesday'    south  train irom
i   ii    the  run io  Arrowhead     thai
day.
ad pap-     -' i'i "
...
I
Mi
■ 9 for   the
:;  and    Mr.
The
'
..nd
■
nl
■ mto, < mt.
n i  C.S
SAL i.s   vV  WANTED
,\ VNTl
■
K l'o    ,
I
raid.
■   '
The Br tish I lolum-
e auth ssioner will bo Mr.     B. V.
n"v. t 1      on,   and   bat K.C., of Victoria, who isal-
ion       the    righl known in  Vancouver courts.
will     be rushed   o     The   "■-■■ foi   this     province will be
1     by     the attoi ney general.
hal Bowser "iii     be Mr.  B, P,
:  Mr. Charles Wilson,
■ | nt  lawyers of  \ ancouver.
,nd  Mr.   Wilson
• t ujty e'a-"s.
A   ijiiup-1 ' of the ptogratn     of   tli"
1 ikan i an an i  North Kooti naj    i ta b
ei ' lustiutto, to be held in Vernon on
the  1 .lh.  iititli ami  27th,      will  appi ■
in our n ix<   Issue.
rules re [Ulre that a
live    foel
nty-Iive
ar ■ lhal
•:    ■ t  leasl
recom -
\   di ictoi'     111   t   question   when    con
suited i.y a : al Ii nt is. 'aro ■ our bow
11 regular ' II knows that ninety-
eight per cent, of illness is attend" d
with inacl        o n     I       , liver,
and  that   thi     on im.ii  must   bo    r,
ii OVi .1   gl nt 1 >   and    horou.hly    before
lie alili  i an  lie  testier, ,i.
Resall Orderlies are a positive, pie-
,.ian and safe remedy for constipation ainl bowel di md ir in g nernl,
■ certain of lhl ir gnat remedial value' that we p i turn Friday fen- Kelowna, where ihey
the purchaser's money  in every   case    pund  the the     Faster holidaj
Hememh. t lhi   St. I etoi'.- - bui b Ei
t 11 linmenl  on thu 21th  inst., at thi
I tou .'.   Thi   Revel itoke On le
tra   "ill play, and a  most interesting
program has been prepared.
■ I i  .   Henrj   1 taj  ,   a I ompani .'.    by
her daughter Francis will lav.'      on
will
H  CONCERT
i
lie Bender-
.vhen  they fail to produce entire sat-  guests of Mr. Geo.  Hay . Mi
isfaction. eldest son.
Rexall  Orderlies are eaten like candy, thej act   [uietly and have a soothing,  ^lengthening healing influence on
iO '■ a ■     Thoy do
nol   pi i , is a, flatul
ence, us i osenen . diarrhoea, or
i th i annoying efle I    Tb iy are cspec-
- dl      o in,  ■■•■'•ak persons
r  old foil -.   Two    i,M -. 26 ■ and  IOc.
■-  Id ■ nl'.   at om-    ..t. re   Th    Rexall
Ha.
Tomorrow afternoon and even      at
the Pre bj lei ian Man e,  there will  be
a  big  ti a and    i linai j   lale,     fc
Ru.. l-to ce la ly ha i i an oil id      othi r
i n. a. bi : 'nt    to    b    i bei  .  somethini
pi ■ ial, di .u'i mis   ii.
.   i   ■   '
EVENTS
■ ry
N'i ht -Motion Pictures nl   the
r Theatre,
h   "   SI    n.ter's I im .li con   rl
.  | iou
rj   thi
>    l      i'1        n       i:o   , Mu leal
■
■i   C   \. Gym I xhlbttlon
i le   I "ii.i •■ .'in  Follies" un-
'em      i !.,     Empross
T.  .1. < 'um11ji key, inspector of Indi
h  bi a I  quarters     al
Vernon, passed through Rovolstoke thi
• in ol    a  i   v.  ck  e.n   Ium   way   to   Mast
11 ti  Kootenay  Indian  Reservation!   'ii
Curamlskej  gays thnl     on the' wbole
■ be I.i l'en   v\ ii bin hi   jm isdlclion are
n  ; pro i'■ ou   "iiiidi ion,
About      i   a.m    loday,  the  ..
a id No
i     id ... i ,. ihu   all. n,
■ i.
i a
li   ■   ,' "    "  the
i ...
h
.  was bum ..g
el III     .'. ,,
Ti
'
f
■
•S     Hi
.  . .-(-wood
'
pair ol
h ii      Irs. Robb ii',
■ t Mi! I on-boo
'a       • 1
lor   i   **
fi      Bi a   ! n
■i,):        \; ]■:   t„ ..  '-, ■. , i
noun '.
and  will    tflnd
e r-i,  h.     V  i, ..a ■
fOOl   '    '
1   [ht     ' nd   '.ther   farm
il
■i h    \ i ii.       Owen  Ro o   in,    of
Mnrn. R.  0,
OW       lie
Dil h
Ij   in   . .i un.-
in rr Ij   i cfui.
Onca on      h
iwever thu     bri    ,1 ■ ma 1    rapid
pri -i    ■■ an I the bla/o was extinguish
"•.I in aieinii  twelve   i im.t■   after   thi
ui ne I on.   The i re
■■ dvi rhe ited  i ipln ■. Dam
I mated   at was done to
Iho bouse aim furniture.
FOUND On Hunk .ountcr, purse con-
■ ei i iig sum of money. Apply to
Canadian Hank of Commerce.
■
' .rr
:
■
■
IOI
"    RUB
Mu
l.ell
OOT,     \ • i'i
I'lll
H
It.'
I
n
i loyal
I'la
yers, ' al   the
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April :■ fuvi a      tlo 'onlnns,
press theatre.
. nt    ho Bmpre ■
theatre, Thi .Farmers' Union of Ureal Dritain
which hitherto bafl nol  taken an open
side in politics, at Its annual moetlng
i'.i R d  a  re oltilion  unnnimously    ob-
in ■  lo any  lis nl  <'bange excluding
iii      n    'I    - ii       anii..in .     agriculture from its benefits.   It   was
i'.■    $40,000,CO0   lasl   year,"   frankly  admitted  that  Dinar  Law's re
n'   I atementl leave the attitude  of
ii that'   thi ■     . th.e Pullman por  tin Dnionltt party In some' obrtourlty
ie,n  mu t hnve     made ?Un,orifi,Of)0,"   ll  was also "l<"id'-ii to lieat up   sub-
mmii i'-l     lhe     C.rnncb.--f'in'inna'l   icrtption    'nailin-  two scats  t0      hr
. i.ntc ied by ten int farmers.

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