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lievelstoke, the Capital of Canada9s Alps."
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FEB & (9/3
The Mail-Hepald
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Vol. 19 -hSSw
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REVELSTOKE. B. C. FEB
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£  V t
913
$2.50 Per Year
DOMINION GOVERNMENT
RECOGNIZE KOOTENAYS
Great Scheme of Public Works Planned for Next Three Years. =Exlensi/e
Commercial Wharf Construction Arrow and Kootenay Lakes.—Equipping Navigation for Business and Tourist Traffic.
a..Within the next three years, the Interior of British Columbia ia duo to
experience the greatest boom in the
history ot thc Provlnec. Various
caUBes will contribute towards bringing about this increase ot prosperity,
whit-fa in view ot the advances made
in the ouiput ot forest, mining, and
agricultural products during the last
live years, is certainly overdue.
One of the most telling signs of the
times, in this lonncction, is undoubted
ly the amount of money which tbe Do
minion goverment are preparing to
spend throughout the Kootenays, in
order to equip thc districts with thoso
absolutely necessary faeilities whie-h
will be called into ac^ion to deal with
the vast numbers of settlers who will
shortly be pourlfl-g into the mining
towns, and fertile valleys of the Columbia  and Lakes sections.
Tbat this action on the part of the
Ottawa House, is not a moment too
soon will be admitted by every observer of tbe existing conditions. For
years past, in fact dui ins the entire
legeme of Sir Wilfrid, British Colura-
Lia in general, and tho Kootenays in
particular, were absolutely starved so
far as thi matter oi appropriations
lor necessary public works was con -
cental, and had it not been for the
wonderful a tivity of the Provincial
authorities, we would Indeed bave
been in a woeful position
The building ol roads and trails for-
tunitely for the province, comes under the juri.-dietion of the Victoria
House, and the present magnificent
systems of communication, linking up
the valleys and cultivable areas with
the trunk roads, railways and water
sh ds, ia a tribute to the manner in
whieh the local representatives of tho
people havo kupt the needs of their
districts before the Public Works Department ot our own province,
lit; work3 u Inch come under the scope
lie worvs which come undor tbe scope
of tbi! Dominion Parliament, the repre
sentatives of B.C. were helpless before tbe majorities of Quebec and
other Bastorn provinces, and thus the
period of most active development of
our rouds and trails, found the good
work negatived entirely so far as the
provision of wharves and public build
ings for Dominion purposes were concerned, by the Indifference of a govern
ment hostile to the development of
our We item Seaboard province.
With the advent of the now administration, an immediate improvement
was Visible. During the present year
the appropriations for public works
throughout British Columbia, as tabled in the Ottawa House, exceed the
combined totals of ten previous years
cf the Laurier administration, tbat is
so far as the Kootenays and our Interior are concerned.
While these amounts will not begin
to make up for the years of famine,
now happily ended, next sessions estimates aro expected to again bristle
with huge appropriations to be spent
in bringing the Dominion Public
Works of ibis district into line with
our economic and social development.
Among the amounts to be directly
beneficial to this constituency, are
i'50.000 commencement of new Post
Otlice and government buildings in
Revelstoke. Wharf constructions at
Ainswonh, Beaten, Boswell, East
Arrow Park, Grey Creek, Kootenay
Bay, Needles, Shutty Beach, Willow
Point and other lake side towns, aggregating some $125,000.
Columbia and Kootenay rivers improvements $20,000.
Harbors and rivers repairs and improvements $30,000.
Columbia River Survey $15,000, and
wbich i-i a matter vital to Revelstoke,
and may mean mi.lion3 of dollars lo
tbis city. Whilst the lo'.e for dredging, a large proportion of which ot
whieh will be spent on the Arrow and
Kooteniy lakes is over $500,000.
We are enabled to announce, that
this is no mere tempo: ary appropriation, but part of a gigantic scheme
for bringing the Public Works, rivers
and navigable waters of Kootenay up
to the standard of em.iency and the
equipment required by the aevulop -
ment of our district, and that im -
nuns:' as are the amounts quoted they
will be will ngly spent in an endeavor
to overtake the leeway of the twenty
years neglect of tbe Interior of British Columbia, by a servilo Eastern
controlled parliament.
The appropriations referred to and
the' schemes outlined as behind them,
are also signal piojf tbat our new
member Mr. R. F. Greea, is working
hard and faithfully for tbe interests
ol" this constituency and the appropriations outlined, must be regarded as
pro;( that his effo ts to bring to the
front the ne;ds of this great and
weallby Community, carry confer -
able- weight with the Cabinet at Ot-
tawaf
If, within the short seven months,
following his return by acclamation,
our member has BUCOeedcd to the extent revealed by the o.tii ial Ottawa
estimates for 1113 from which our
figures are taken, then we have every
ri a-ion to be more than satisfied with
the i-alibre of our new member and the
manner in which be ie represinting
this e ommunity and looking after
the advancement and interests' of the
Koot.mys in  the Ottawa parliament
DRASTIC 13
NEW B. C.
LIQUOR ACT
Closing Hour of 11 p. m., Coast
Time, Universally Enforced
Throughout Province.— Saturdays Must Close 10 p. m. —Bill
Passes Second Reading. i
Victoria, Feb. 18— Several items of
interesting n.-w legislation were presented in the house today, the mo-i
striking being a bill to amend the Pro
vineial Liquor Act, whieh hedges
about Ihe sale of li.|Uor witb even
more drastic restrieiions than ob -
tii.u.-.l in thc past.
The amending bill fixes a uniform
«lo-ing hour for all hotels in tho province for every week day. This includes hot.'U in city and rural municipalities as well as in unorganised districts.   Under the provisions of the act
as it has ■ I till the    present time,
the only restriction as to hours has
been on Saturday nights, when clos -
ing at 10 o'clock has been compulsory.
The amending bill also straightens
out, for thc benefit of city and rural
municipalities, all sections of the act
which cover pleadings in court in the
evenl of prosecutions for thc illegal
sale of liquor. Under thc act these bcc
tions only applied to unorganized districts of the province. For instance,
so far as uno-ganlzed districts were
concerned, lhe finding of large quantities of liquor or utensils connected
wiih thc sale of liquor was, under
tbe original act, prima facie evidence
lhat Iho sale of liquor was being car-,
iled on.
Henceforth, as soon as the bill becomes law, such evidence will be ac-
cepte-d as making out a prima facie
case ii "ii in I  accused persons in cities
and rural municipalities, as well as
in unorganized districts. The amendment will do much to kill ofl the blind
pig industry—an evil which it is very
dillicult to eradicate, especially in
large cities like Vancouver. Police
offloers are also given tha right to
destroy liquor where uo ona claims
it.
The amending bill confers authority
on the government to seize and confiscate nny vessel found carrying liquor
destined for illegal sale. No steamer
or vessel will be permitted to sell
more than one imperial quart measure of liquor to any person.
Any person found in po-session o.'
any compound, extract or mixture
whieh can be used in the manufacture
of intoxicating liquor, may, under tho
provisions of the amending bill, ba
prosecuted and on conviction, instead
of being fined, may be sentenced to a
maximum of twtnty-one months' im-
prisonmi-nt. No fine is provided—con-
\ icbion means gaol. Hereatter keepers
ot blind pigs, when convicted, will be
sent to gaol, the offence not being a
lineable one, even in a minor instance.
The amending bill also provides that
in case of appeal from convictions under the act no appeal will lie unless
the appellant files with the judge of
the court to which he is appealing an
affidavit stating that he has not either by himself or by any agreement,
committed an offence under the act,
ond this affidavit must further de -
dare that no breach of the act bas
been committed in ihe case in point
with the knowledge or consent of the
appellant. Tbis amendment i* made
to cover appeals taken In the ordin -
ary way or by means of certiorari
proceedings.
To prevent hotel keepers in Kootenay and districts on the eastern border of the province from taking advantage of the difference in time which
exists between thnt part of the country and the .oast, the amending bill
defines tint fnr tbo purposes ot the
act the time of day or night all over
British Columbia ^ball bc taken as
that in effect at tbe hundred and twen
tieth meridian. This meridian passes
through the iountry near Kamloops,
so that all hotels will run under tho
time of the clock prevailing at Kamloops, and this, by the way, is coast
time, ln the pa-t Kootenay hotel -
keepers have been keeping their bouses
open on Saturday nights until 11
o'clock, claiming that, owing to the
difference in timo as between there and
the coast, they were really meeting
the requirements of the act by closing
at 10 o'clock, coast time. Hereafter
Kootenay hotels will, iu reality ob -
serve coast time as will all other- holds in British Columbia. The amend
ments will become effective on the
passage of  the measure.
Another interesting measure pro -
\ides for further amendment of the
Municipal Act, and originates in the
report ot the recent Royal Commission. It provides authority for municipal clerks to receive declarations,
affidavits, etc., under the Municipal
A-t or Municipal Elciiions Act. Whilo
provision is made therein for the payment of mayoral salaries, with H max
imum of $4000 per annum in < itica ol
upwards of 20,000 people, and $2000
per annum in cities of less than 20000
thee sections being retroactive. A
lesson being taken from the approved
provisions of tho Vancouver city charter, power Is also conferred upon mun-
ieipalitles for the control and regulation within their borders of bill boards
boardings and scaffoldings, for the
licensing of bartenders and prohlbi -
tion of the employment of unlicensed
hartend'Ts, and for tho creation and
maintenance of department superannuation funds and insurances. Provision ia further made for the charg -
ing to and payment by municlpalitie-s
of a maintenance (ee of 50 cents par
dny on account of each prisoner committed from sin-h municipalities to a
provincial gaol in case where n disors
tionary penalty by fine or imprison •
in<-nt is provide?!.
GIGANTIC RESOURCES
ENSURE PROSPERITY
"CAPT.jjACKET"
The presentation of tho throe act
comedy "Captain Racket" by tho Rev
elstoke Amateur Dramatic Club, last
Thursday evening in the Empress tne-
atre     wa-i well staged,   The crowded
house  was   continually  applauding; what Near Future Holds for Interior of B. C.
ca' h  performer dur ng  Iho evening.
and   Revelstoke.- Coming   Year Big With
Promise —The Four Ace Hand.
Mrs Tolman, Mrs. W.A. Sturdy was
excellent and plainly showed that she '
although an amateur, had some experience on the sta ,e. Her load of
baggage, including a tootsie-wootsie, '
fairly brought down tho house as
will as other parts ahe played before
a cheering audience.
Miss  Francis Lawson as Mrs.  Cap-,
tain Racket, was well acted, she look-
Thc  people of  Uriiisli  Columbia are   valuable     crop ol     produce, they are
often  accused,   by   those  ignorant    of  succeeded  by  the  mixed    farmer,  who
the vast resources of Canada's Premier province,  of being biassed  in  th.-ir
tars out th^ stumps ol the forest
growths, and re plants the products
ofthe market garden anl mixed farm;
forecasts of the future wealth and pop tnt, sa , e insatiabK- market which
od at her best and when sitting on' ulation of tho province, und especial- gapes open for thc products of the
the edge ofthe table acting tho tipsy ' ly in regard to that section known as orchard, is waiting to .->wallow up tbe
youi,'  fast wife,  singin;  "it's always   ,.,„. Illteri0r.   The critics argue, -Yes   Produce  of  the     celery  and    tomatoo
line  weather  when   good  fellows    get ., , ...,»..   Iield< the poiaio     row, ami the cab
,.     ,,. .. . "      . .     we can '"asi
together,     the  packed     house was in
an  uproar  of  applause.
Miss Maggie Morgan, as Katy, also
its
The critics argue, —Yes
...    tield, tha potato
sec why Vancouver with
laoe  paun.   In the  sam ■  manner as
matchless     waterfront and com -   the pre9ent day smiiing fields and pas-
mandin; position in regard to export
proved herself an excellent actress and   trade, or Victoria the queen city    of
Vancouvor Island wit'h its unique resi-
' dential attractions in iho way of situation and climate, should become
cities of greal wealth and populat.OJ
but  what is   there  about   the   Interior
1 ot British Oo.umbia whieh would provide sufficient foundation for all those
golden promises so freely indulged in
by the settlers and busine-smen oi
those portions of the Pacific Coast
Pro .'ince.
brought down the house several times
by her acting and singing.
Mr. W.A. Sturdy as Obadiah Daw -
-on the rii-h uncle was a great favorite  with the big  audience,,  he created
........   .   .   .   a   ........
* •
A meeting cf the Ladies'    Hos- *
* pital Guild   will be held at tho "
* City HaU on Tuesday   altorncon *
* the 25th  to  make  arrangements *
* for a fnn y dreps  ball    or somo •
" other cntertainmrnt  for  tho op- •
* cning of the new hospital.     All *
* ladies interested    whether mem- *
* bers of the Guild or not. are re- *
* quested  to  attend.  The hospital "
* is nearly  finished and    will    re- *
* quire new  lin'n,  dish.-s,   curtain •
* etc.     These  things havo always •
" been supplied    by     the    Ladies. •
* Guild  so    they    are anxious  to •
* raise funds to purchase new eup- "
" plies.   Remem! er  the  date,  Feb. •
* 25th (lust Tuesduy)at lour p.m. *
RESOURCES OF INTERIOR.
Thus there are people in ihe coast
cities, wbo, whilst only too willing to
admit the destiny of their own centers, are still incapable ot doing even
bare justice to that great Inland Empire, whi -h in the last analysis is the
only justification for the existenco ot
the entrepot business which alone' sup
ports the rain swept seaports of the
Pacific Boast oi Oanada.
The dweller along the ocean shore,
who whilst boasting of his prosperity
which depends upon thc handling of
traffic destined to be consumed in the
Interior, is foolish indeed to attempt
any other explanation of his own pros
parity, fave and alone that the vast
development of the inside of the continent is ihe very creation of the sea
and railway born transferring of com-
coolness showing that he was not modities by virtue of which his own
before the public for the first time, hu  cities are being built.
roars of laughter anl loud and pro -
long<d applause all through the oven
ing.
W.J.W.  Brown as  Captain    Racket,
was  a huge  success,   he acted  with a
is a good actor and was well received
by the crowd of citizens composing
the audience.
H. V. Morgan as Timothy Tolman,
created no end of fun as tho awkward
sleepy husband being repeatedly cornered by his i-nuppy wife. Ho showed
plainly that he also has had expor -
icn i' as bis difficult part was performed without a bitch.
B. A. Lawson, the fatber-in-law,
acted like life and fairly threw th3
bumper house into spasms of applause
with his  work.   While Charles     Pro -
MINING.
One of the greatest direct causes of
traffic along our railways running to
the Paritic Coast, is the recent developments in the production of minerals
throughout the interior ot British
Columbia.
Foremost among these rank the coal
silver lead, galena, .opper and other
mines of the district ot Kootenay and
the Crows Nest Pass whilst the Sim-
ilkanven and adjac nt territory presently being opened up by new railway
lures af o'.d Ontario were hr,wn out ot
the wilderness of but tbiee short generation) agone, ~o shall the fertile valleys and hillsides of British Columbia
blorsjm as the rose under the effort-
of a rare of pioneers and a ricultur-
ists, befo e whose- labors, backed by
resources of science and money unavailable, to their forefathers 0f ihe Empire Loya'i-ts, the terrors of the western wilds are e.en now and before
our eyes, being repla • .1 by ihe bounteous peace anl plenty of a hignly cul
rivaled land.
TIMBER.
In spite of c.ery ad.anta.e of soil
and climate which will bring the agriculturist in his tens of thousands in
to our fertile valleys, there will always remain throughout the Intrior
of British Columbia, large areas oi
timbered land, and whi~h und-.-r the
careful systems of re fore-nation and
protection now boing introduced by
tho governmenl, will stand fjr all
time to co rie, among the grea'eft
timber producing areas in the civilis-
id wprld. Th.re is scarcely a prominent business man of Revelstoke or
any other interior town, wbo ha< not
in the past made large sums of money
and aide! the development of the <-o -
untry, by helping in rome manner to
get ths tim'.er oJt to the wuitin ;
markets, and in Ute future as in tb •
past. tcn~ of million- of dollars will
be gam-red by the wideawake lumbermen, worker- and dealers of these districts, throu-gh ihe legitimate exploit
ation of the timber wialth of "our
great province.
cunir as Hobson  the  waiter also did  construction is also   conmenring     to
well with his short  part. | swell the output 0f base and precious
The office of stage manager was metals. Under the stimulating in-
ably filled by Mr. B.A. Lawson in a j fluence of this mineral output, pros -
professional manner between tbe perous mining towns and camps, peo-
acts relating an amusing anecdote, j p\e^ Wjtt, the most capable and high-
He  wns  received  with  loud npp:auso.   ,,Ht  paj<i | ,,jy „| skilled miners to 'be
There is no doubt but that this fou,1(i jn tn„ Dominion, have
entertainment was one of tho best ever jnlo existeme within the last t-n
staged In Revelstoko and the clever ac years. Theso centers, are only tho
tors cao all rest assured that thoir forerunne a of the great wealthy clt-
«(Torts last Thursday evening wore jes which so roon as sufficient capital
very highly appreciated hy the large js available, will ari-e as if by magic,
audience one nnd allot whom ex - ' at the Strategic points which will be
press ibe hrqie that th* local dramnt-' (ne t-asportation rente!* ot the vast
ic club will in the near future- favor w,.|l defined, high grade, mineralised
lhe citizens with another entertain - ' regions which are now being locuted
mrnt of a similar n.iture, as the Cap- by prospectors and government geo -
lain  Racket  Comedy. iOJ,jc aurveyors,  throughout  the    lode
Unfortunately owing to sancity of belts of tbe Interior of British Clum
ushers and     alBo     owing  lo the fact   i,ia.
thnt those who had not booked their
seats had taken the sents of thoso
who had previously bookod their
seats at Mar-donuM's drug ..tore, norno
confusion was called, ll is to be hoped ihis will not happen on future occasions.
FRI'IT GROWING.
CITY OF REVELSTOKE.
The utilization of these great resour
■ es ol minerals, land and timb-r, to
which we h ive «o briefly nf»rred, is
at pr:s?nt only in its infancy, tha
-urfae-e ha- barely been scratched.
Wnh th? coming of imrea-ed tran~ -
porta ion facilities, with the harnessing of our vast water powers, with
the op ning up of the mineral timber
and agrie-ulture lands, stretchinj along the railway and navigable valleys
of th; Columbia and tributary rivers
nnd circling the fertilising waters oi
the Great Arrow and Kootenay laVes
the future holds (or this city, geogra-
> phi.ally anl conomically situated in
the heart of the Interior of Briti-h
Columbia, a career of prosperity weal-
ih ».r.d nowih, to whieh no other
eity in the whole of Canada can ho
justly  lay claim.
The c liz n of R;velstoke, in th-
t in'er. lands, and miii mis of the
tributary and immediately «urround-
in; di-tii i. hold a three ace hanlin
tb?gam.- oi program, and the fourth
■as ia wiihin th.-ir grasp, namely the
drawing card of Tu'lieity" which
•an  be se. ured if ..very inhabitant    of
"Captain Racket," eucccssful
play will be repealed hy tho
same east Bt the Empross theatre, next Wednesday evening.
th.. disiri-t. will ioo-t tbe farts re-
Another of our infant, but destined gurding bis home town and country
to ba gigantic indiiBtrire, is the *nd bend all hi- efforts towards any
Fruit Growing business, throughout scheme which makes for the advam-e-
thc sheltered fertile valleys of our ment and upbui ding of Revolstoke
Interior. Thc vast numbers of people Kof>l<navs, and th? Interior 0f Brlt-
who*c prairie  crops of golden    grain   ish Colimbia.
wave over countless hundreds of mile«	
of land whereon it is Impossible to
grow fruit, possess both tb© appetite,
nnd the means where with to satisfy
same; and in the near future the fruit
rating deBire-; of a population of twen
ty millions of pro^per^UB citizens    of
A.   Me Hue   r.turned
from th- coast.
this    morning
•••••    aa.aa....
.    .    .    .  .
Mr.  E. G.  Lim lill. of
the great North West, will have to be   formerly of  Rev.l toke,
satisfied by   the   products of   B.C.   In-   visiting relatives,
terior fruit ranches and orchards.
Wetaskiwin.
is in  tbe city
G.  fl.  MeCarter,  ban-inter, made
trip to the con»t tbis week.
AGRICULTURE.
M. Hyatt reeved a wire from Ot-
But fruit growing is only one of the tawa thi- tnornin; tbat he hu pasped
wresting wealth hi* examination held at Oaigary rc-
i-niato man, Is dtaying at the King from B.C. valley soils. As the opera- cmUy. for D.L.S., and expertB hf.
Edward hotel for a &>w days. tions of tbe lumbermen  take  ofl one  ansi»t»nt  to M.P   Brldgeland   nto
Mr. 8. L. Bryant, the energetic real   varied     methods ol PAGE TWO
THE MAIL-HERALD,REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1013
rr
Have you taken
Our advice yet
%
About Investing
in Real Estate
in Revelstoke?
We have some splendid buys in the
West End of Town
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
JlllIN   11.  SIISISAI.I),   PRBS.
J.  I). SIBBALD, JR., SBC.
I
FACTS FOR
POULTRY
FANCIERS
J
EARLY SPRING GOODS
| CLEARANCE SALE
This bsinsr the last week of our January Sale, we are going to mike a clean
5^ sweep of all odd lines.    Price reduced to a fraction of original coat.
Consisting of every conceivable size and make of
Hats, Gloves, Shoes and Underwear; also a mosl
extensive stock of Neckiies of every shade nml
style.
We have also a specially fine assortment of samples
for our Spring Clothing Order Departtneet.
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Fit-Reform Clothing Stetson Hats Foot-Rite Shoes
Buy Re it Estate in Hevelstoke
YOU CANNOT BE.AT THIS
These  lots  are 4-10 o(   an acre an 1 are beautifully situated in
the west end.
Th;  price,  $30), ln-rn   tint y.v.i are; BDUtfD to in i'<c money
o-i them.
The term \ are so eisy th it yucui pay  f.ir them  without   any
trouble.
THE    KOOTENAY   AGENCIES,    LIMITED
Fruit   Lands Lumbermen
FOR SALE
Galena Bay lands in parcels of
10 or 20 acres or en bloc. Correspondence invited.
John Shaw. Agent
Box 616 Arrowhead
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -   Revelstoke, B. C
before buying yonr outfit of working clothes
for the bush. I make a
specialty of Lo^in^
Shoes. I'ants, Sox, Shirts
Blankets and everything
reouirr«lin vour businesa
E.   G.   BURRIDGE    J.P.SUTHERLAND
Tinsmith Repairs, Hot Air, Pipe
and Furnace work
Transfer      Draying
Hand'ing Pianos a  Specialty
To start corrrctly is one-halt lho
battle, and thin is certainly so in poul
try-keepi'ttg,
To nail the roofing felt on to tha
poultry house roof securely will proven i the former from tearing ami the
latter  from  wearing.
To treat the outside of ihe poultry
h luse al regular intervals with tar or
similar preservative will prolong the
life of the house an.l muke it the
more  ruin proof.
To keep a box inskle the [oultry
house iiiiui with a mixture of crushed oyster shells and Hint grit will lend
ail to ogg production.
To isolate a bird directly it shows
signs of slcl uoss will prevent othor
[owls oatching the malady.
Tee ke..p a regular Bupply of     dean
waler both in.-'ile and outside the
bouse will further assist to ensure a
full egg-1 asket.
To  keep an eye open  for lice     nn.l
vermin  in  comers  and on   ilie,  l erehes
i
will  brin,4  its dui' reward in  the  way
.of healthier siok and cleaner houses.
To kc-p half a dozen t,ood bird-j is
better than a lot of unprofitable:
mongrels,
To raise the' ,.arih inside thc house
is beneficial,
To      buy end to give to  the    birds
one ,v,ood , or-n is far hetler ihnntry-
ing  io economize by  purchasing    the
I'lu-apesi   food obtainable.
To have good paths-leading to the
chicken rt n will Kreaily add io your
pleasure and to thr' upkee'p of your
temper on a wet and muddy day.
To keep one breed of fowls and understand their characteristics is belli t than stocking your place with a
dozen varieties and make a me. s of
ih ■  whole ' on.-irn. i
To ■ e o'lonii.e is good, but it is extremely bad if ihe birds have to suffer
in ' i»n.-r> uii-nce.
Tn a Imi1 you are a failure as a
poultry   keeper when  you  cannot get
' egg<. or make the I irds pay for
themselves, is better ihan preaching
thai you  ha'.'' mei  wiih  great  success
i.n I  bi-ee. all  your money.
T.e ask when you do not know is
!■ i r 'han being proiMi and doing
the  thin ;> n-i ought not io have done
Ti.    pay for tie    damage if     your
fowl    gel   over into    another   garden
,;ii.l eat  the owner's prize plants     is
than  faying  a  -olicitor     to
.nl ultimately paying
in a.Mition.
I
wire-netting
preventive  ;or  the    keeping
'.   average I iwl.
To >n •     to is ,.ne thing,
mother.   I
how   wll     you
'   • - to do il for
MEN'S PRINT SHIRTS.
Reg. $1 to $1.50. Sizes,
154 to 17 only	
SALE PRICE, 50c. Each
5- HEAVY RIBBED Under-
j£l wear.    Keg. 752. per gar-
fc    ment	
£: JANUARY  CLEARANCE
^ 35c. per Garment
MEN'S   SWKATKR   COATS
Regular .f-S lo $6	
JAN. CLEARANCE $3 50
ODD LINES man'a Underwear, heavy ribbed,
includ'g Stanfield Tiger
Brand  ."	
JANUARY CLEARANCE
90c. per Garment
BI/ACK AND KHAKI colored .Mackinaw Coats, best
mikes.    Reg.  $6	
JANUARY   CLEARANCE
$4.00
MUM'S SHIRTS, collars attache 1
cream ground, f.mcy strlpss, ll1.
tol6J	
JANUARY CLEARANCE, 50c
MSN'S HKWY GRBY Union
Flannel S'i]rts, collars attached.
Reg.   $1.25  	
JANUARY CLEARANCE, 90c.
irlUNSSUI PS, Tweeds, etc. Reg.
5-<> mnl $22.5)   	
JAN.  CLEA1AVCE, $14.50
I S"   C. S.  M°FARLAND   ?vSZIE |
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dhvnr&t&Siixiat
*iy $hJix£fltf'ia&i
watttfstzuie. fate
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If. llic CLBANBST. SIMPLEST, and 11KSTIIOMR
DVB, onr rein buy—Why yell don't even have If,
knowwhit KZNOol Cloth yourGoodl are inadv
of.—Sn Mistake! nr." Impoulble.
St-riel leer I'm* Color Card, story  Booklet, and
Dooklst JjlvlnR remit! ol l>yt Inn eev.-r otli.T colon.
Tha JOHNSON-RICHARDSON CO., Limited,
Monm'eii. Canada.
GOING OUT OF BUSINESS
In Man's Furnishing: Dipartmant
Rtbtnrs, Sox, Tivaad Pants, Heavy Top Shirts,
etc., reduced to cost. ....
John Mclntyre & Son
First Street.
Telephone No. 93
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Oonnaueht  Avn.   -   Rovolstoke   phone 42    .     Night phorP 35
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Let Us Loan
You the Money
AT
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5°.o
To Buy
Build
PAY   OFF
MORTGAGES
OR    IMPROVE
REAL ESTATE
See Our I'lan
Phone, Write or Call
IHE CANADIAN HOME;
INVESHIENT CO.. LTD.
] lil lllll
Representative
..Swift's Specialties..
PREMIUM HAMS
PREMIUM   BACON
BRDDAFIELD    BUTTER
BROOKFIELD   EGGS
Revelstoke Meat Market Ltd.
TIRED?
THEN A CUP OF
44 BELL BLEND  TEA"
will refresh you with its bright, spicy
fl.ivor and fraKraucy. Sold iu 1 lb.
leatl packages.
Price, 35c., 40c. and 50c. per Ib.
G. W. BELL
P. O. Box 208 GROGER & BAKER Phone No. 23
TUESDAY, FEB. 25   OI^EIEo-A^   HOUSE   TUESDAY, FEB. 25
First Time in Canada and the Laughing1 Event of the Season
FRANK O'MILLER PRESENTS
The rJ7VIirth-Provokin^ German Farce
..
THE   GIRL   FROM   TOKIO
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One year at the Court Theatre, Berlin, Germany.    English Version by Frank Tannehill, Jr., and Geo. W. Barnum
A  Rollicking, Roystering Funmaker.   Breezy and Refreshing as the Mountain Air.    Screamingly Funny.     Absolutely Clean.
PRESENTED   BY   THE   ORIGINAL   NEW   YORK   COMPANY
PRICES,
$1.50,   Sl.OO   AND   T5C.
SEATS ON SALE AT MACDONALD'S DRUG STORE TO-DAY
■earn SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1913
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGB THREE
WE HAVE FAITH IN
REVELSTOKE
The Capital of Canada's Alps
MR. INVESTOR.-Do you know lhat Pioperty
Values are lower in Revelstoke than in any
town in Western Canada! They will not remain
so lory;, so get in now before the rise.
WE CAN OFFER
103 Feet cn 8th Street at $1200 Terms
Modern House, Fourth Street at $ 1200    "
50 Feet on MtKcn/ic Avenue A Snap
Modern House wiih 75 Feet Frontage. McKenzie Ave.$3600
A Good Assortment of West End Property at $300 Pcr Fot and Ip
J. B. Watson Realty Co.
R. R. COLE, Manager.    Lccal Agency American Casualty Co.
J
OIL PRICES
SOARING
Tlie mnrket for crude oil bai boon
advanoed 20 cents per barrel for tho
higher refining grades. Bince Jan-
uury last, lhe Pennsylvania grade lms
risen 50 oents per barrel, and other
grades are from 17 to 56 cents per
barrel higher thnn nl this timo a year
ngo. In the biniu-lii'dinnii-lllinoin field
lhe advances have ranged from 25 to
;il .-ruts per barrel, while in the South
west, priii's were marked up from
111 lo 2t'i omits per barrel.
The higher prices for crude oil have
been due to tbe enormous demand for
illuminating oil and for gasoline, ilm
tnarkel prioe for the latter having
doubled within a yenr. Despite efforts lo Und,new pools of oil, produc
lion has diminished and surplus slocks
of oil have declined rapidly. In the
mid-continent, Illinois and Eoitern
fields, stocks hnve fallen about 12,-
OOO.ODi) barrels between October 31,
l'Jll. nnl  tbe same dale in 1912.
MAKE THIS TEST
DEM"g   PRIG  STORE
Special value in a   Hct   V>iltr   1'itllc.    A   2   Mint   Fid   Rilltr
guaranteed bottle... _ -   -    >l;5
Chamois ard lul 1 tit < lut riclectcif, limb      fl-0
Rexall ( li i r>  I'tvib ( ure 3uc, 50c . f l.tO
Rexall Wint or (cil I.ivir Ol fl 00
Rexall   ll>ii ]1<  |1 iin- I le   list   unit   ite rin   im n n'ci cl)
Rexall Btef, Iren at il Wine  $1.00
All Kt.'a'l i ti ji ulii ii iimiliii  to |J>e sutbfiitii n (r we will
kiciii inr n tit v.
Et»s THE FEXALL STORE bews
Sweater Coats
LADIES' AND CHILDRENS SIZES
A nice assortment to choose from. Warm and
comfortable for Early Spring Wear. Prices
reasonable. .      .       .      .      p
MRS. A. G. CRICK,    -   FIRST STREET
EMPRESS THEATRE
I3r    Monday, February 24th.   ^D
SMIohaM
The   fnrc'y   rrmedy   for   Coriths   and  Cold,
*SS.~.ih csitl  so   r.tt'.a   and does   ao rouchl'
Patrons of the Kevelstoke Steam
Laundry, are requested to Phone tho
Oflloe, No. 80, in oases where the new,
driver overlooks  the usual calls.     3t.
How   to Tell if Your   Hair
is Diseased
Even if you have a luxuriant heal
of hnir, you may want io know whether il is in a h althy condition or i ol
98 pcr c?nt of the people need a hair
tonie.
Pull a hair out of your head, if the
bulb nt the end of thi' root is white
und shrunken it pio es that the hair
is dis'used and requires prompt ;.t-
tention if iis loss would be avoid.'d. If
the bulb is pink and full, the hair is
healthy.
We want everjon3 whose hair re -
quires treatment to try Rexall 93"
Hair Tonic. We promise that it ihall
noi cost anything if it docs not :,ive
satisfactory results. It is desipnei to
overcome dandruff, relieve sealp '(ti-
tation, io stimulate the hair roots,
tighten the hair already in the head
grow hair and overcome baldness.
It is because of what Rexall "93''
Hair Tonic has done and our sincere
faith in its goodness that we want
you to try it at our risk. Two sizes,
50c. and $1.00. Sold only at our store
—The Rexall  Store—Walter Bews.
FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL
it iimlii's no dlfToronca wli.it yuu iliture mi
pliiiillni,' this seiivi.ii v.i- enn simply you.
nml wliii ii,,. nllo,8t qunlity uf nui'sorji stock
evor ureewri.
au trees, plnnts, vines, berries, Hlmrim,
Dvorgrcona, roues, otd r.,.1.1 ley un iim cunr.
Iced
Tit II10  TO  IV A MH
11   "ill   |e;ey   J,mi   to  |Ct   111   leech   Willi   UH.
,,   KVI'HY PLANTER NKKlis urn BOOK-
LANDSCAPE GARDENING
Oc   WHAT TO  PLANT" „
32 PAGES,        lO+CSTAMPS)
RASER
URSERIESlH
RICHARD Mc.COMB,GEf!lMGR
BOX.A.ALDFRnROVE.B.C.
SALE OF CROWN TIMBER.
Sealed Tenders will he received by
the Minister of Lands not later than
noon on the 3rd day of March, 1913,
for the purchase of licenses Nos. 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,
Kamloops District.
Particulars of Chief Forester, Victoria, B.C. 1st iss. N.30 3m.
DRASTIC NEW
LIQUOR ACT
Victoria, Feb. IS—Under a bill to
amend the Liquor act, introdtn-ed before the House this afternoon by Hon
W.J. Bowser, attorney-general. uniform closing hours lor the sale of liquor throughout the province will bo
established.
The hours given are 11 o'clock on
all week-day nights save Saturday,
when 10 o'clock is the hour. Theso
are the hours which prevail in the'
city of Vancouver.
The bill is described as bein? designed to more effc-tively aid the
cause of temperance in British Columbia than any enactments which havo
heretofore found place on the siatute
hooks, save and excepting the Liquor
Act itself.
SYNOPSIS   OF COAL  MINING
REGULATIONS.
CITY CIRCULATION
AGENT
Of Leaning   Montreal  Daily
LndorsesGIN  PILLS
IVE long years of
Buffering from
Kidney Trouble-
two boxes of CIN
I'l I.LS —and it's
t.'.l gone. Thnt Inm
been the experience
of Mr. Eugene
Quesnel, Chli f Ci:y
Circulation Agt ut
of   I.a   l'ntric,  of
Montreal.     He
describe!   it
feelingly :
Montreal,
May 3rd, 1912
''I have been Buffering Irom Kidney
Trouble lor over live long years. I
h.d also Rheumatism in "il iny bonea
ami muscles, couhl imt sleep ni,;lils nnd
on some occasions coulil hardly walk.
I had been treated by some of our best
Phyjiclaus but without relief ami I lost
over fifteen pounds. One day I nut
one of our leading hotclkeepers, who
h.id been cured by vour famous CIN
I'lI.I.S. and lie :ulvi ul me to try tin in.
So I bought two boxc s at my druggist's
and before I bail used one box 1 felt a
big change. Before I finished the
second one 1 was completely cured.
1 can assure you I can hardly believe
it for if I bail only known what I know
now I would not have spent over One
Hundred Dollnrs for nothing when two
boxes of GIN PILLS cured inc."
EUGEMB QUESNET,.
GIN PILLS are gaining a world-wide
reputation, by thc way they conquer the
most obstinate cases' of   Rheumatism
and all kinds of Kidney Trouble.
SOC. a box. 6 for $2.50. Sample free
ifyou write National Drug and Chemical
Co. of Canada, Limited, Toronto.      149
Coal mining rights of the Dominion
in Manitoba, Saskatcbewan nnd Alberta, the Yukon Territory, tbe
Sorth-west Territories and in a portion of tbe Province of British Columbia, may be leased lor a term oi
twenty-one years at an annual rental of $1 an acre. Not more than
2,560 acreB will be leased to one applicant.
Application for lease must be made
by the applicant In person to the
Agent or Sub-Agent of the district
in which the rights applied for are
situated.
The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the lesaee may
lie permitted to purchase whatever
available surface rlghta may be considered necessary for the working of
the mine at the rate of $10.00 aa
acre.
In surveyed territory the land muet
be described by sections, or legal
Bub-divisions of sections, and in 1111-
surveyed territory tbe tract applied
for shall be staked out oy the ap -
plicant  himself.
Each applicant nrmt be accompanied by a fee of (5 which will be refunded if tbe rights implied for are
not available, but not otherwise. A
royalty shall he paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the
rate of five cents per ton.
The person operating tbe mine shall
(urn sh the Agent with sworn returne
accounting for the full quantity of
merchantable coal mined and pay the
royalty thereon. If the coal mining
rights are not being operuted, such
returns should bo furnished ut leaat
once a year.
For full information application
should be mado to tho Secretary of
the Department of tho Interior, Ottawa, or to the Agent or Bub-Agent
of Bomlnlon  Lands.
W. W.  CORY,
DISSOLUTION  OF   PARTNERSHIP.
NOTICK is hereby given that tho copartnership heretofore subsisting between the undersigned, under the firm
name of Rovelstoke Plumbing, Heating nnd 8heet Motal Company, at
Revolstoke, B.C., has been this day
dissolved by mutual consent. Tho
business will hereafter be carried on
by Sidney Humphreys, by whom all
debts of lhc old firm wlll be paid and
to whom all outstanding accounts duo
the old firm are to bo paid.
Revelstoke, B.C., February 14th,1913
Revelstoke Plumbing,  Heating,
and Sheet Metal Company.
Pcr S. Humphreys.
1st iBsue 15Feb. lm.
Revelstoke Hardware Co., Ltd
HOWSON BLOCK
To  Clean the  Soot from
Stove Pipes and Chimney
Use
"Imp" Soot
Destroyer
15c. Package
for one Week
Revelstoke Hardware Company, Ltd.
HOWSON BLOCK
I SPECIAL SALE OF SHIRTS I
See our window display and note
the wonderful assortment of Shirts
we are offering at 	
90c.
They are the Regular $1.50. $1.75 and $2 Kind
McRae Mercantile Co.
The Revelstoke Home of Society Brand Clothes
and H. S. Peter's Overalls
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO-
pooo<x>ooooo<>o<x>ooooo^aoooi
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Otfico    Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Subscribed            - 6,000,000.00 $
Capital Paid Up             -      - 6,620,00v.00 £
Reserve       .... 6,620,000.00 <s
Total Assets,       -      - $72,000,000.00 $
Branches or Agents at all principal rn intt in;Canada. Q
Agents in Great Britain and United Statef— London, England, X
Lloyds Bank, Limited.    Chicago—Fiist  Natiorsl Bank,  Corn Kx- Y
change National Bank.   Seattle-Seattle National Bank,   San Fran- Q
Cisco—Wells Fargo Ne\ada  National Back.     Spokane- Exchange /\
National Bank. V
Savings Bank Department ?
Deposits of 91 and upward,  received, and  interest allowod at   V
current rate from date of deposit.   Correapordence solicited. O
Revelstoke Branch -A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.     i
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. -V%.-%/». ■*%."*-«.%.%.-%. ♦*. 1f«.«.%.-»-%-«.«. <
DISTINCTIVE CUT GLASS
Vases, Bowls. Comports,
Manufactured by "Libby"
BE NOT DECEIVED
«X. GrTJ-^T BAEBEE
C. P. R. WATCH INSPECTOR
.S
WATCH THE MAIL-HERALD ADS PAGE FOUR
THE MAIL-HERALD,REVELSTOKE
SATURDAYa,EBBRUARY 22, 1913
EWt   '^ffi-jjrjffi&i fflGR*    ffiP'»
'9«^jifcKl
P;,:! If p-'Jg|
No matter whether it is a high grade Razor made of the very finest Sheffield Steel, with Fancy Handle or the latest Safety Razor, we
have it. Wh n you want a reliable, absolutely guaranteed Razor—
COME  HERE.
Our Hoo-Hoo Razor, made specially for us, sold under guarantee
at S2.no is a prize.
Carbo Magn tic Razors, the old
reliable, $2.25; also the choice ol
f-'hellields best brands from $1.00
up.   Bokers Clauss and others.
SAFETY   RAZORS
Over twenty styles to choose Irom, and at prices to suit any pocket
From 15 cents to $7.50. Gillette, Auto Strap, Gem, Every-Ready,
Keen-Kutter, Claus*,  Yankee,, Arnold, Endrr and many others.
ney-General Eowaer is found in the
bill to amend the Liiiuor License Act
and the Liquor Aet. The sections under swlileh the discovery of liquor in
iiunntity may be accepted as prima
facii' evidence of illegal' sale are mado
applicable in cities and municipalities
Anoiher provision is the requirement
as a condition of any appeals that
may be lodged that the appellant furnish an affidavit in which he specifically declares that neither personally
nor by a,'ent has he been guilty of an
infraction of law.
'Th* government also takes auihori-
ity to regulate the hours of sale in
such municipalities as well as in ■ unorganised district, and ..he closing
hour for licensed premises is hereafter
to be made 11 o'eloek ccast time each
weei night excepting Saturday, thru-
out all British Columbia, Saturday
i losing time being one hour earlier.
In the bill to amend the Municipal
Act, certain recommendations ol t'ho
Munii'ipnl Commission have been giv-
in eflect, as In the mi iho isation of
nayoral salaries not to exceed $4000
per annum in cities of over twenty
t'housand populatloi and $2091) per
annum in smaller centres, this provis
ion bein?; made retroactive. Provision
is also made for chic control ot bill
loads an.l sacffolding, and for the
prohibition of the eng'arement of bar
lenders not regularly  licensed.
' I   hei,)i
-J cent:,
I*
N[W SPRING GOODS ARRIVING DAILY
Foty years in uso. 20 years
the stand.i-c", prescribed and
r-commended by physicians.
For Women' Ailmcr,ts, Doctor
Mariel'j Female Pil's, at yeur
cfruggi .t.
PUBLISHED   WEDXRHDAY   ANU
S.tTlHlMl   AT . I
REVElSrrmr.    B    C.
Jiucuor ipiihii-hiiui Company?.
Limited
J.  K.   JOHNSON.   Munaeer.
RALPH  G.   HCRIT'rnV    Kditor
ADVERTISING  RATES.
Local Reading Notices and Business
locals 10 cent- per line each insertion. I
Minimum !o al al charge 25 c:n'.s.
Display advertisement^ 25 cents per
inch each insertion,  single Column.
LEGAL AND OFFICIAL
ADVERTISING. |
Legal advertising of any form, also
Government and Municipal Notices 12
cents per lin- first insert oi an.l 8
cems per line subsequent insertions,
allowing 10 lines io the in-h.
Applications for Liquor Licenses $5.
Applications for Transfer of li.ruor
Licneses $7.50. I
Land purcbas • notu*s, $7.00
Water Application Node-, up to
100 words. $7.50. over 100 words in
proportion.
disappointment that this city should
1 ossess even a few residents, wbo, foi
iIn- sak.i of supporting a foreign paper- the admittedly biased or^an ol
one political party, will still continue
in Bend to Vancouver money for sub-
Keii;itions to a sheet whicli opens ii*
columns to Indiscriminate attacks upon lhe City of Revelstoke and di.-trict
or upon the givat railway company ns
id mined with this district specific illy, and whose payroll is our principle
industry.
PROVINCIAL
PARLIAMENT
PROCEEDINGS
CANADA'S BEST
vi- '■" '.•
L*BEL>
SATURDAY   FEBRUARY 22, 1913
 _|
The K.'        I  ihe  Vaii'ouver    Sun,
tvldently :' imong     the iruth-
wh.-h a]     ■ olumna in a
recent Is   •   r .-.•.  ling fake newspaper    correspond nts     who    have been
ing R        ■.'■■-. .,   ap which fitted bis own lit hough     ne)
::.entioned  iy us,
print     Ith a hall >.olumn
led to justi-
oi ii.- paper,  .r. ^   ourse     which we iit it  'jut
ind in '.vh. h criticism, w    ..                 ;■; oi'- oi r. solu -
r* tb    1 r igres    Club oi
d genera
T:..   EJditoi ■'. the Sun,  who toasts
o! hit i   ly
vei Ify fo In
ich i is been i rta ne I. ai
a very
tee Van Mail-Hel
cai.-:
.•■    of this
;■■-.■      fact . -   .   .       11
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it  ieju!  in-
■    ■•
lty     and
bim,
it., n by
I ...    ,;,..    |  ,,,,,,.   .,
I
he Sun, 1 i
:   by    this
.:,
Bl 1   ol   OUl
• ■  • rhl ii includes
a lew     nf
..is,   If the H       'ok.i
Sun, aro
lone    by
Victoria. Feb. 19—In addition to
the presentation of new gove.nmeni
measures, yesterday's >-i11 in4 of the
Provincial Legislature was largely devoted 10 the routine advance ol various measures.
The esiimaie'-' made their lirst ap
pearance in ihe government caucus in-
day and it is hoped that the budget
will be ready fo: delivery by Financ?
Minister Elli-on by Friday of the pre-
>'iit week.
In     conne'Ciion     with th.-    p
through  committee of  'he  B.C.   University  Act Amendment Bill ye I
a minor alteration wa- made authoring the university govern
to affiliate.! college*
more than ninety-nine years.
The- principal icature of thi
islatlon presented yesterday by   »tt
Unexcelled in Tone, Quality, tYrfee-
t 01 of Sc.l ■, |)csic;i'. Finish ami Dnr-
ubility.
THE  LEADING
CANADIAN  PIANOS
The reilly P.UI1U H|lli|peil t<i'li
I iou Hill's   I'alnl      Sir in ■ «     Kids,
w liich e iisurc- Per   an sn e ai I Pn i y
eit Tone,
CUR PLAYER PIANOS
with human-like control contains .eii the
.,::•'  devices     Thev
rfect   in   teetn-.   artistic   in  tlesign
pable ol giving lifc-lon   te ...i
Haviuir openrtl up 1 wareroom mi Mc-
.   Vve., Re   ■■ itoke, I.t lhe ule "t
. ur   1 1 r   the   supervi: ion   "I
'ohn   I inj C.   Rodin, «t
tu call
. D3 :.    '.cr ; Lanof       e| •  .11.1
The Newcombe Piano Co.
i.m.
i.f. n. r.
Sees ■
Phone. 262
r
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
im
k.
Dress Goods
Cotton Dress Goods
Dress Gingham
Linen Suitings
Zephyrs
Colored Dress Ducks
Indian Head-Repps, Persian Lawns,
Dimitys, Table Linen, Napkins.
Gloves and Hosiery.
American Ladies'  House   Dresses.
YOUR CHOICE FOR S2.0O
REID <& YOUNG
j
EDUCATIONAL OFFER.
The Canadian Courier, Toronto, will
send fourteen young ladies to college
and ten to Europe, to be selected
Irom all over Canada. Any yotinv;
lady sixlen years of age or over, of
good character, is eligible. For particulars, address E. S. Secord, Box
267,  Canadian  Courier, Toronto.      2t
COAL!
Plenty of Gait Lump Coal arriving.    Orders will  have
prompt attention.
""Order at Kootenay Agencies
McKenzie Aveue
A. Davidson, PH2§2NE
AV.   I'ARRY
Buys ami sells everything. (New
ami Second-hand.)
Household sales a specialty.
Conducted anywhere.
Satisfaction guaranteed.
Auctioneer and Valuer
RKVBIaSTOKB. ll.C.
EMPRESS THEATRE TO-NIGHT
Saturday, February 22,1913
DOUBLE   PROGRAMME
CONVICTED    EY    HYPNOTISM    A   Dramatic    Feature
POPE PIUS  X  AND  THE VATICAN—Specs.!; Attraction
TUESDAY
Feb. 25
MYSTERY
OF  BRIDGE
OF   NOTRE   DAME
l |0SB'    I.e l.rir W
HAY
Wh)  ;i.   tur.re- f.er it  when you
Fo. I I rreen Oal Hay at
ion ui'l Nn. 1 Peed 'uis
■ | ed  P.O.B ,
Alberta.
Prompt shipment.
S. L. LEE
POULTRY SPECIALTIES
While Bggsare n good rleiiieitid, and the price high, is the time to
try some of our egg producers, such as Crushed Dimes, Oyster Shell,
Grit, Heel Scrap, Alfalfa Meal, brains of all kinds, including
Wheat, Hurley, Oats, Corn.
OUR FEED STOCK is also complete with Hay, Brau,
Shorts, (til Cake, Linseed Meal, etc.
AGENTS   FOR    PURITY    FLOUR    We  are   sole    agents   V
fir Purity Flour,   (More Bread and Heller Dread).
Tel. 41
Aa IIOI {HON
Box 74
cr
Ail.,
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mdi nl  i f thai  papi i  thru'
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PRICES,  15c , 25c, and 35c.
WATCH THIS SPACE POR WEDNESDAY'S PROGRAM.
SHORFHAND
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P. 0. BOX 356
CITY
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BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
First Street, Revelstoke, Tel. No. 22
Choice Groceries,   Fruit,    Vegetables
Hay, Feed and Poultry Supplies
Heating Stoves
Kootenay Ranges
Saskalta Ranges
Sunshine Furnaces
Hardware and Sporting Goods
We are offering good discounts off all Crockery,
Glass and Silverware during month of January.
BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
First St, Revelstoke.    Telephone No. 22
Plumbing Heating Tinsmithing
Special Attention I'aid to Mail Orders
NOTICE
B. Company 102nd, Reg. R. M. R., beg to announce that they will hold
regulai dancei iu lhe Drill Mall on lhe 2nd. and.4th. Friday evening
<rf each month. Date* will be as follows:
January 10th. and 24th, 1913.
February 14th.   "   28th.    "
March 14th.       "   28th.    "
April 11th. ««   25th.    "
i • -in il nl treatment guaranteed. Music by City Hand. We solicit your
pati .ii i ■<•
R M. R. Dance Committee
C. H. Brock, Chairman.
WINDSOR   CAFE   AND   GRILL
THE LATEST SHORT ORDER AND DINNER HOUSE
JUST OPENED UP
Trainmen, maktyoui headquarter! here,   cjuick aervice.   Perfect Cleanliness
mnl Rcnviiiil.il. Pricef.     ('.ive Us a  Trial.     "We Never Sleep."
A. <;. tiiiakisox,     -      Manager SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1913
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
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PAGE P1V»
.."*..<   :•   **C*
During February There
Wiil be Plenty of Bargains Displayed in This
Store, Watch for Them
v
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. 2. ftume & Co., limited
Watch Our Windows for
Special Lines and Bargains During February.
Look at Price Tickets.
Silk Shirtwaists
That Will Please
New Messaline Silks in Tans, Browns,
Blues, Greys, Black and Navy.     All at
.... i ■ . •
$3.90
Ladies New
SPRING SUITS
As per usual we have a comprehensive showing of all the wanted styles for Spring 1913.
This line of Ladies' Suits are the product of
one Canadian and one American maker and
are what were picked "by some of the leading
retailers in Eastern Canada as the best models
and the proper cloths. You have our guarantee behind every suit. We only await the
. pleasure of showing them to the Revelstoke
Ladies at - - - -       -
$20.00 to $35.00
Tiie, kind tne^ wear at Mewpbf i>
A Big Assortment of Laces
We are making a clean-up on a lot and have selected
two tables full.   One at per yard 5c. and the other 10c.
NEW LACES
The New Laces are coming along these days. Never
were more dainty. All the new effects of shadow and
punch work are shown and we never had such a range
of prices, from - ...._	
5c. to $3.00 Fer Yard
Men's Furnishing Department
Overcoats
We have still ?. limited number of those 2Qth Century
Brand Overcoats on sale, and while they last, our prices
will continue to make them shapsr The greatest amount
of style, cdmbined with the most solid comfort and
wear, make them exactly what is needed.
•' | ,  •
GRAY AND BLACK CLOTHS-Velvet Collars, dressy
and servf
SALE PRICE
$15.00
HEAVY ULSTERS—Browns and grays.     Three way
convertible collar.   SALE PRICE • $17.00
RAGLANS—Grey; or    Browns;   single   or    double-
breasted.  SALE   PRICE-§19,00
Hat Bargains
«
Any man can afford a new hat at this
price. Christy's Soft and Stiff Hats
in a variety of colors and shapes. All
sizes; the remnants of this season's
lines.   Good fitters and good lookers.
Sale Price, $1.35 Each
Sweater Coats
All the   Remains of this Season's Stock Must Go.
Boy's and Youths' sizes in a variety of colors	
SALE PRICE 85 Cents Each
Boy's and Small Men's Coats.   Greys and Browns	
SALE PRICE $1.25 Each
Felt Slipper Bargains
The balance of our Felt Slipper Stock must go. All
the lines are broken and we are giving you the last
chance of the season at exceptional prices.
MISSES' AND WOMEN'S FELT SLIPPERS.-Sale
Price  60c. Per Pair
CHILDREN'S FELT SLIPPERS.-AU kinds	
Per Pair _ SOc.
Oun Grocery and Crockery" Department
Large Assortment of Pickles
Fresh arrival of New Goods direct from England
CROSSE & BLACKWELL'S
Mixed Pints     35=
Chow Chow      35c
Onions     35c
Girkins      35c
Cross and Blackwells Indian Mangoe Chutney
Quarts 85c
SOMETHING NEW
Fancy Sweet per bottle     40c
Stephen's Gloucester Pickles
Sweet Mixed half pints 20c
"   40c
Sweet Spiced Girkins pints   40c
Sour Mixed, pints  25c
30 oz  40c
Chow Chow pints  25c
Gold Medal    W hite onions  35c
JUST PLACED INTO STOCK
C & B Celebrated Spanish Queen Olives half pints 40, pints, 75c
C & B Junket Powder, bottle 15c
"Bovril   for a Cold Weather Drink
The right thing for " Zero Weather." Have it in the House
Served Hot. It Prevents Colds. We have a new, cleanstock
recently arrived.
Bovril,  4 oz. bottles.
Bovril, 2 oz. bottles.
65
.35
Bovril Cordial, 20 oz. bottles    $1 25
Johnson's Fluid Beef, 16 oz bottles     $1 00
Specials for Friday and Saturday
Six-Pound Sack Meata Whole Wheat Flour  25 Cents
Barley Flakes, (Large Package)  10 Cents
Corn Starch, 3 Packages  25 Cents
c^Wanila Drip Syrup—Per Tin  20 Cents
Mop Sticks—Each  15 Cents PAGE SIX
THE MAIL-HERALD,  REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, FKBRUARY 22, 191S
SAFETY
FIRST ON
C. P. RY.
Pure—- Wholesome—-Reliable-
Indispensable
Its fame is world-wide. Its superiority
unquestioned. Its use is a protection
against alum food. In buying baking
powder examine the label carefully
and be sure the powder is made from
cream of tartar. Other kinds do not
make the food healthful.
Montreal, Fob. 18— la order to lessen the number of accidents and to
reduce llic loss of life and properly, a
movement has been bej;un along tho
whole of the O.P.R. system for tho
formation of Safety First Committees
These organizations will have as members conductors, roailmasters, train-
in.11. engineers, shopmen, oar repairers and representatives from all departments. As employees have always been the greatest sufferers from
accidents the' movement has naturally
its origin from them. On the eastern
division the inovi'mrnt-is bein;; strenuously supported by officials of the
company, and week by week ihe excellent work is Bpn adlng alone;
system and committee meetings
being held at various points and
vice givi n which will assl-et in
prevention ol ace'idents, for prevention, after all, is far better than cure.
ACCIDENT'S AWFUL TOLL.
Thc new poliey of the spreading of
Safety Kirst Work among the em -
ployees of the C.P.R. has been clear-    "^"■■■■■'«^"»"|^"»^"™|»™"™^^^»*
ly demonstrated as an absolute neces-    _        ,
sity and especially  whin it is consider-
ed that according toa recent bulletin •*"" aBBi*' Ma f"llow workman, ind
issued I.y th,. United Slates govern- Clever he observes him doing even
men. it was shown that for every fit- th" *'»»lk'st thin* ,h'U llc knew mi*U
teen minutes 0f overy day in the year danger the life of another workman
one  death is   recorded  resulting  thru'   or CiU,sc   him    W7- is to set   *im
some kind of accident throughout tho   ^hl     '         !" "     i! " :   '
com inenl,   aud the  injuries  at the rato
of on.' evory sixtien seconds uf every
the
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Lots  of  self-made   men  would  have
VV.  H.  WALLACE,  M.U.C.3.A.
ARCHITECT
Box 205, Telephone 313, Revelstoke
(and contrary to the general    under-   done a blamed sight better to     hav^
standing only one-tenth of the deaths employed     an     arch itcct.-Milwakee
and on-sixteenth of the injuries wore   Sentiivl,
those of railroad employees, and    the
othor  nine-tenths  and   titteen sixteen -
thsbeing  in the other industries of the
country).   The  railroad list of casualties as shown by the last rerori of the
Interstate Commerce Commission    for   ROBERT SMITH,
the year endinj June 30, 1911,      was         Provincial  LuDd   Suveyor,
3t,02 railway men killed and 120,039 in                              Mising Surveyor,
jured, or nearly ten per cent of all the                                                Engineer!^
nun employed, of whioh 31C3 were kill-   McKBNZIB  AVE.,
edand 36.S02 were injured in  operat-                   B«x   'y«.   REVELSTOKE
Ing accidents, and 439  killed and  79,- ■	
237 injured in imlustri.il accidents such   HARVE\, McCARTER
Hearing the new Edison
Blue Amberol Records
is more convincing than hearing about them
4
In tone production lies the real test of any record.   The Blue
Amberol is the clearest, sweetest, most lifelike
record that has yet been made,
But it is more. It is practically unbreakable. A
fall from the tabic won't smash it. And it is so
sturdy that the results of the thousandth time you
play it are as perfect as the first.
Ask your dealer to let you hear them.
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A complete line of Edi»on Phonograph* and Rocord* will be found «l
JOHN  BINGHAM'S
AND riNKHAM,
Barristers,   Solicitors,   Etc.
Imperial  Bank   Building  Rsvel-
stoke, B. G.
Money to Loan.
Offices—Revelstoks,    B.   0..     asd
Cranbrook, B. 0.
Geo. S. MeCarter,
A. M. Pinkham, J. A. Harvey
Revelstoke. Cranbrook
NEW PLAY
THE ROSARY
AT EMPRESS
'The Rotary"     Rowland    and Clif
I theatrical success,     which will
•: a-   -he   Empress  theatre    next
y.  Feh.   24ih.  tils a story ol a
modern Garden of Eden in which ths
t enters in the form of a     re
ji   •■•J  - titer,   who wrecks the     home
and bappine - "fa married   ouple ley
ol 'hi hus-
There   is  dirtus-vl      thr.
.ma a remarkable air of purity
from 1
whi.-h  pictures th.' happy COOP
out to celebrat.' their second n
anniversary, and    surround-*!     hy aii
the  feature comforts of -...
i.ation to the last act WfeSD    "' twair.
broken in health     and tortun        anl
wrecked     ley    jealousy   WflX    -*e tw.:>
weary children at the f<vt ot  r
vho has lathered thei
i ut   their  trouble-    In  the  da-
thi ir     prosperity they had bu *
hapel tor their old frien.l th'
:'-
'
,   the chime ll  mi:--
.    through the valley.   Ths
sHh
b it   ire     brill .in-, -h.
bni».
At    be  E e
.   J I'h.
as in shops, rouud house's, offices, stations and  repair yards.
STARTED IN  STATES.
Thfl idea of teaihitt? the men to endeavor to observe certain rules which
it was thought would minimize the
numlier of accidents, was flrst moot.-d
in th" Tinted States, anl it has ce-n
found to work so admirably that on
forty-four railways in Canada and tho
t'nit.-l States, covering 144,130 miles
li, the spread of Safety First is
manipulated by a greater stafl and |s
thoioui:!.:.- .-.ii.e-i, with -u lessfol
result i.
The'  C.P.R.,  always  up-to-date      in
wh.ite-e t  pursues, has    been   day    in  Oddfe.lows   Hall.      Visiting
working away at  the    Safety   ''rethern^cordially Invited to attend,
enl :' t n on  th in r
and the work is now expanding   »'   a
Literature ha-   been -      — — ——
Clroulated throughout    he jy tem and   KOOTENAY     LODGE. No. » A. F.
:.ebl in the    Eait »ud A. M.
. .   : ;..r Westerri 	
lB.- j. anticipate  Regular    meetings are held in MAS-
...•■- _,.,., re-   ONIC TEMPLE,     Oddfellows'      Hall
int  ertage.    Com-  on the Third Monday in each month
is   »t S p. m.     Vleittng brethren      are
".. iii  cordially welcome
The Revelstoke Boot, Shoe and Harness
Repairing Department
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
MAKERS   OF   FINE    WELT   SHOES
The style, the workmanship and wear
And comfort born of every pair;
Of 20th Century wells that's sold
Will draw new trade, and hold the old.
REVELSTOKE LOYAL ORDER
MOOSE No. 1085
Meets    every first and third Tues-
E.  Edwards, Dictator.
H. L. Haug,  Secretary.
J. HI HAMILTON, W. M.
A. G. BROOKER, Secretary.
O.  W. O. W.
Mountsin View Gamp, No.  Hi.
Meets Second    snd     Fourth Wednesdays    in each   month  in    Selkirk
Mall.     Visiting  Woodmen are
cordially invited tn attend
JAMES   MelNTYRB,  O.O.
II. VV. EDWARDS, Clerk.
Milled ^^T Takes
rfrom thebest Ymcre water,
of the       lmakes more loaves.]
West's bestwheatAAskyourdealer,,
ray wort
ejm-'
ies-
■
il t>-
e'ldl-
This
■
I
work.
WORK   I
Meeti in I. 0.  O.  F.  Hall next   to
Tapping's Opera  House every  second
i   I  fourth Monday in month, vislt-
t-.{  brethren cordially  welcomed.
H.  V.  MOROAN   O.  R.
tailed
1BLKIRK     LOliGE lii,  1. O. 0. F.
0   • ■ r.
■i many
THE MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED  I85E
Record of Progress for Five Years—1906-1911
Capital
Reserve   -
Deposits
Loans and Investments
Total Assets
1906      a- 1911
* 3,000,000 * 4,000,000
3,000.000 4,600,000
23,677,730 35,042,311
27.457,090 38,854,801
33,090,192 48,237,284
Has 83 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents In all
the Principal Cities In the World.
A GENERAL BANKINQ BU8INE88 TRANSACTED
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Interest allowed at highest ourrent rate.
Revelstoke Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager
. . It Might 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. Ourjrecord 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. BOYD, Proprietor,
Halcyon, Arrow Lakes
' OHRT
MT.       BBG11IK,    No.  14(1.
OF I. O. F.
WM.   S.   OAMKKON.   Rec.-Sse.
PURITY FLOUR
FLOUR
More Bread
and Better Bread
M'U'M.
f-Uftiry FU0UR
Sold by A. HOBSON,  REVELSTOKE
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros.
Props.
First-Class in all
respects.
All Modern
Conveniences
RATES. $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Rates
REVELSTOKE. B. C.
Meets (very      ThurHilay evening    in
slkirfc Hall st. h o'oloek.     visiting
i.rsthren  cordially   Invited
.JOHN I,YON      N. O.
JAM.   MATHIXD,  Hue.
■ ii . i,   wl     ' i    under tie
,,f      !i
The chiel '—'—"
„„t to               .Dost OOLD ha.sok LODOB,      K. of   P.,
Th.-  CAU KO.   I«,   RKVKI.HTOKM,   II.   0.
many i ha               ■                     mpi 	
to nramei    •      < ... l.ut  that foi  I    i M*tH »v«ry Wsdnesilsy iieept   ths
pari   ,,' th<                 ,f thS oommUtses Third  Wednesday of esch month     ln
thro   hotn th        tem and ths adoo-! Oddftflows' Hell st I o'clock, vwt-
tion  of   /if-v   |.r,  ti •■    "i  ne-t      t,hn Isg  Kslghts sre rordlally  Invited.
m/inv emergen let, '• "■ TitRRv, o. O.
One of the principal obj ots   ol tin °- H- BROOK. R. ot H. ft 8.
committee   is thii    every   mnployn M. ol ■".
PICTURE POSTCARDS
and Modern Photography; also Developing,
Printing, Copying and Enlarging. Prices
moderate.
ALFRED ti.  PEARSON
Corner Studio, Next Star Theatre, McKenzie Ave. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1913
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGE  SEVERT
REDUCTION IN ELECTRICAL FIXTURES
Are you wanting any Electrical Work Done ?
If so, call at the Revelstoke Plumbing C®,
Sheet   Metal  Co.'s Store, Connaught Avenue.
A. G. DUCK
ELECTRIC   SUPPLY   STORE
Phone 281
Night Phone 40
P. 0. Uox it.
FACTORY
REBUILT
TYPEWRITERS
Remington $35   Empire $25   Underwood $65
And numerous olher lmrpraiiiB. Send for complete list of slightly ustd
nuichmon rebuilt in our own factory and made aa tfood as new. Wo save
yuu $15 to $7b on uny machine.   Satisfaction 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
c/ldded.
Howson CSb Co., Ltd.
TERRIBLE
MURDER
ASHCROFT
ARE   YOU   MUSICAL?
Then take advantage ol an exceptional opportunity. Call al
BINGHAM'S MUSIC STOBE
nml Inspect the stock of Mandolins, Violins, Guitars. Aocord-
eons, Plooolos, Flutes, Multi-
Flutes, Harmonicas, Albums,
Sheet Hush, Player Rolls, Eto.
Selling at next to cost price to
clear.
Ediso i Phonographs ami Victor
Cramophcnes. Also 500 Bdison
Wax Records selling at
(Usual I'rice, 6.jc.) and
cla«s   selection    of    Blue
Unbreakable   Records at
4.5c.
first-
Seal
65c.
Kamloops, B.C., Feb. 18—One ol the
worst crimes committed in tho interior in the history, of B.C. occurred on
Saturday last at Ashcroft, the horrible details being revolting in, ths
cold bloodeiln'ss with which lhe murder was carried out. Jt ceems that a
rancher named Inkster, living several
miles out of Ashcroft had, on Saturday, in company with his wife, visited the town leaving their young son
who was only six years old ineharge
of a hired mnn a Swede named Henri
Jorgensen aged 17, who had been employed around the ranch.
On returning in the evening nghast-.
ly sigln mei their eyes, for there,
stretched out on the bed, wus tha
dead body ol the child, the head crush
ed in, and a bullet wound ln the back
investigation -bowed that thc tittle,
boy had been outraged, tho perpetrator of which after h» iot th oath
wiili his dastardly and degrading work
had fled. No sign o." Jorgensen could
lie found, and on searching the house
it was discovered that a 30.30 rille
nnd a 22 calibre rifle had disappeared.
I The wires were kept hot for a little
while in order to bring about  the ar-
: e.-t of the murderer and on Sunday
morning a man named Ericson a Swo- j
de answering fully to ths description
of Jorgensan. was arrested here on.
suspicion. Prov. Constable Burr was
was at once notified and hastened to
Kamloops but on arrival, in com-'
pany with a mnn who know Jorgen-
.-en,   four.d   ihat   the'  suspect  was  nol
, the man wanted. Although every detail cf the description was filled. Erickson was charged with stealing a
i ide on the C.P.R., convicted and
fined $10 and costs.
A message from Ashcroft yesterday
a'ternoon stated that Jcrgensen had
been arretted at Gladwin nenr Lytton
and was formally charged with the
murder. I
LIQUOR APPETITE
IS NOT INHERITED
II is acquired through Alcoholic
Poisoning which Neal Treatment
eradicates ill three days.
Kthi al Aid which takes away
liquor appetite- Given at the
Neal Institute.
THE NEAL INSTITUTE
Cranbrook,  H. O,
Kox 325. Phone 2'Ji
Union   Hotel
11 JUST NKW'LY REPAIRED
RATES,      .      $1.50 PER DAY
Weekly and monthly rates to he arranged.       Meal Tickets, 21 meals ior $6.0©
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C
A. P. LEVESQUE, Proprietor
J. A. HOY
Teacher of Violin
Pupil of Ernest Simple, of Winnipeg, and Prof. Frederick,
late of London, Eng.
Studio at City Hotel;
Com? Early aud C jt First choice
Piano   Tuning   and   Repairs    a
Specialty.
Wh n a man begins to abuse his
home to.vn its time for him to move
out.
NOTICE
In the County Court of West Kootenay
hidden at Revelstoke, B.  C, In  the
matter of the    "Plans  Cancellation
Acl."
And
fn the matter of the Application of
Richard H. Sawyer, to cancel por -
tion of Plan G36 liled in the Land
Registry Office at the City of Nelson, B. C.
Notice is hereby given that a Mo -
tion will be made hefore his Honor
Judge Forin at the Court House in
the City of Revelstoke, on Wednesday
the 12th March 1913, nt tho hour of
10.30 o'clock, In the forenoon or so
soon thereafter ns Counsel can he
heard for an Order that Plan C36 of
the City of Revelstoke in so far as it
after.s Block 14 be cancelled and annulled and an amended plan now filed
In the Court Houso in the City of
Revelstoke and appioved by the Coun
cil of the City of Revelstoke he substituted  therefore.
Dated at Revelstoke, B. C, (his 29
January, A.D., 1913.
C. E. GILLAN,
Solicitor for the Applicant.
Approved, W.E. McLauchlin, Deputy
Registrar. 1st Iss Jan 29 lm.
Laughton C&> Tapping, Props. First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
European Plan
Open Day and Night. - Meal Tickets, $6.00
MONTHLY BOARD
Strictly" First Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with  Bath
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
mtrket affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Clg*ro     Rate? $i a day.    Monthly rate.
ALBERT     STOnSTE      PROP.
T.
BIXGIUMS  MUSIC   STORE
REPRESENTATIVE KOH B.  C.
MacKenzie Avenue
Revelstoke.       -       Phone 262.
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
Agents for Calgary Beer
L. E.GRIFFITHS
Hay, Grain and Feed
Office :
Cummin g's Transfer Co'y
Second Street
G. W. HALL,
Manager
Which kind of a culvert
does your waggon cross ?
DOES the road you use pass over rickety,
dangerous wooden culverts, that are constantly in need of repairs and often washed
away entirely?  Or is itcarricd safely across the low
places by modern, cvcrlastingculverts?   Build your
CULVERTS OF CONCRETE
which  not   only cannot bc   washed   away, but
actually crow stronger with ace and use.
Every farmer owes it to himself te> insist that tlie
money he pays for road-Uxes be spent to the hest advantage. As a ratepayer, l.c is entitled to the best mails that
can be made with that money. When culverts arc washed
out, and the road rendered impassable, he not only surfers
inconvenience but may also be caused financial loss by
inability to pet necessary supplies in time for ipring planting. And at best, with wooden culverts, part of the money
that should be used to make better roads must be spent
every' year for repairs.
Insist upon Concrete Culverts
It will pay you ;'.nJ everybody else in your county.
Canada Cement Company Limited
505 Herald Building, Montreal
T l"t Ul irnel yuu 1
ctepy uf < ur Irrc
book. " What Ihf
Farmer Cai Dio
Wiih Concrete."
TK Veen want te) know
r.i  re- at. .ut Concfctt
Cult  rt..    w tit e out
Int. r I ate een    :i;ejrt
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PONCRETE
culverts are
neat, safe, need no
repairs, and arc
ever-lasting.
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EMPRESS THEATRE. ONE NIGHT, MON.. FER. 24th
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Edward W. Rowland and Edwin Clifford (Inc.) Offers
THE ROSARY"
A PLAY OF
HUMAN INTEREST
By Edward E. Rose
Founded Upon an
Emblem of Purity
Author of Janice Meredith, Alice of  Old Vincenncs, The Prisoner of Zenda. David
Harum, The Spenders, Etc.
-        — —   - —       -i   - —         i   -  - -.-..-.. . ... tl
The Great New York, Chicago, and Boston Success
Act 1.   -Lawn in front   of   Bruce
Wilton's   Country    Home,   West
Chester, N. Y.
"The hours I  spent  with thee,
dear heart.
Art' as a String of pearls to me."
Act   2.    One   hour   later,   Bruce
Wilton's sltnly .
"J count theitl   over, ev-'ry  one
a part,
My ro-s-ary !    My rosary!
(TEXT  HV ROBERT CAMKRON  ROOBRS)
Act.;.   Brnce Wilton's Stud) the
next morning.
"I tell each bead unto the end,
ami there a cross is bung."
Act 4.-Outside the  chapel  one
se.tr later.
"I kiss  each   bead   and strive   at
I  to learn
To   kiss  the   truss,   sweetheart'
t'l kiSS tlf  l  fees'.'
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COMPLETE MAGNIFICENT PRODUCTION.
PRICKS, -
GORGEOUS ELECTRICAL EFFECTS
Si.oO,   Sl.OO   AND   ToC. PAGE EIGHT.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1913
| LOCAL AND
I GENERAL
4.-* •%%<%% %.* %•%.%<*%-«% •sv-4
E   I..  Sterna of Midway, was   hero
Thursday.
R. G. Stewart of Malakwa, was   in
town yesterday.
L.P.  Jamleson of Nakusp, was here
yesterday   doing   business.
J. H:i> - of Vernon, was an Okanagan visitor here this wes-k end,
Y.
.CA.
WEEKLY
NOTES
Boys' Bible Class—A social will bo
held this evening, at 8 o'clock, at the
home of Mr. W. Donaldson, Seventh
streot, for all members of tho    Bible
r
NEWS FROM FAR AND NEAR
THE VATICAN
J    Pointed Paragraphs of Provincial Interest    ,
Three Valley,  was
■ts  yesterday.
W    A.  Oxford  of
ti  '. .-J  on  the stre
Miss Miller has left  on a two weeks'
v. 11   to ber friends  at  Banff, Alta.
E,   A.   Kni.'l
.1 - .i:. _r business
t  of  Vancouver,     was
In  town this week uud.
.1. Finlay "i Montreal was in the
<i\v transacting business this morn-
it.
W, -T. Fra • r
v .- en the cily
vi ek,
il okanagan Landing,
the   tore part  of  this
class. All members
invited to bo present, so as to help
make it a success The story subject
for tomonowis, " The man who
would not  use soldiers."
Free for all day—Ou Saturday morn
ing, Mar.h 1st, at 9:30, there will be
a free for all day in thegym, for boys
who are to young to join. Barents of
boys of this age are requested lo take
no.tice, and send their hoys along. Remember the date, Saturday, March
1st. 1913.
On Thursday afternoon last a Moth
ers' visiting day was held. About 25
mothers and fathers were present to
watch the boys perform. All went
away well pleased with the hoys progress.
Ollicial figures show that the    field ,
A feat in Cinematography will be
shown to night, Saturday, Feb. 22nd,
at the Empress theatre, wbich prob -.
ably will never be duplicated; every
foot of it has been photographed by
special and exclusive permission. Posi-
tively the flrst time that His Holiness
posed in front of a cinematography
Thc Pope's sister, Rosa Sarlo, died   camera.   Jt will certainly he appreciat
50GIAL AND
PERSONAL
I
Mrs.  Paget  will not receive
until after  Easter.
again
of this class   are | (,rops 0j Germany laBt year were   18 I in Rome, a few days ago, of paralys-  ed by every man, woman aud child in
per
far
cent, higher  than in 1911 and by ' is,      She bad been ill for some time,
the largest in the last ten years. ' and tbe physician in attendance    had
I expected a fatal outcome.
Sir Lomer Goutn, Premier of     Que- I VB_ra 0\r\
be, was the guest of honor at a ban- j
quet   given   recemly   by the      French-1
American Committee, which was     re-! the summit of the Cascade Mountains
She was 77
Two miles of     snowsheds     between
cently incorporated with the object of
developing and stren;thenin; reta -
lions of all kiuds between the United
States and France.
A dispatch from AddiB-Abeda Bays
thai during the fighting between tho
followers of Prince Liju Jassau and
the guard of King Menelik, the Empress had thc Emperor taken to au
underground room and that he was
unharmed, This disproves the report
that Menelik is dead.
and Scenic, will, it is said, be constructed next summer by the Great
Northern to avoi.l dangers to passenger traffic and traffic delays caused
by the annual recurrence of Bnow -
slilcs. The present season served to
show the raifroad company several
unguarded points,
existence, when that greatest of chur-
ches und its beautiful garden in tho
famous Vatican will be brought before the eyes of the public at such a
low travelling expense. This stihjoct
embraces the following divinely beautiful, profoundly reverent and soul-
insptrin* scenes in ensemble: The per'
mit for taking cinematography in the
Vatican: front view of tho church of
St. Peter; on the terrace; looking
down from the terrace; St. Peter's
domci. Pontolleal gendarme; Swiss
guard; the gardens of lhe Vatican;'
replica   of   lhe   grotto and the'Basilica
Roe.-er- Pa-J was represented in
to-.vn Thur-day by Mr. and Mrs. B.P.
Bean
Among the coming events of Importance,  will  be the  Y. Gym  Exhibition,
which     will     be    held on April 4th.
which  falls      on a Friday.  Everybodys
keeping  the date  clear.   Some  remark
ably clever work in the line of balanc-
ing is to be put on  by  the boys, some
I work   that  has never  been seen     here
J.  W. McCallum of New Wesiminst-   before.   All   ihe  kid.lies  will be  there.
er, was among tbe' coast visitors hero   ara you  gong?
yesterday.
A. (.'. Williams of
anions; the southern
<h.- week.
Spokane,
visitors io
was
town
With  her  wedding expected  to  heal
the  breach   between the  royal; house^' r>0rgc b. Foster,  Canadian Minister
of Trade and  Commerce.     Tho    commission will   leave  Auckland   for   Syd:
The members of the Dominion Trade of Lourdes;  the Court of tho     Pigna,
Commission who spent a few days at upon  which open  thc  win lows of th"
Melbourne,      lefl  yesterday  for     Now Pope's room;     Pine     cone, originally
Zealand, Where lhe taking of evidence made for  the Chateau  of    St.  Ange,
will    be commenced;    and    where the Casino of Paul Four,    coming to     a
members will    be    joined     by     Hon. veritable climax of infinite interest as
.1
J.   Cartridge of  Fernie,
Men's   Sunday   Son..;   Service—    To-
came  down   mot row w.ll be song service at the Y
the lake's last Thursday to do business
in Revelstoke.
Mr. Grady, the genial hotol man of
.St. Leon. was doing business here
■ibis week end.
Governnent  Engineer   J.  P.  Forde,
Lobby. This needs only to be mentioned. These song serviees are a
source of great delight lo all those
who have attended. This service is
open to all men in the .ity. Starts
at. 3:45 and ends sharp at 1:15. Come
and -epend     an hour singinr, and   do
arrived from the .oast yi-sterday. Mrs  not     forget    the other fellow.   Those
!•'  !'!••   will
few days.
visit at   thc coast  for
Mr. and Mrs. P.B. Ashbridge, of
Nelson, and E.R Vipond of Nakusp,
were lake visitors to Revelstoke last
Thursday.
Mr. F.  J.  Bo^sley of Malakwa,     is
i      ling anew sion- at Bolsqui,whioh
will be opened in a few days with     a
large  stok  of    general    merchandise.
He for the Interior trade.
The regular services will be' held in
the Presbyterian .-hurch on Sunday at
1" .i.m. and 7 30 p.m. Morning sub-
ject, "Thin.-s worth While", evening
"To the Half-h.-artod." SuDday school
and Bible cla-se- at 2:30 p.m.
Railroad   Men—Have  you  got      an
accident policy in the Railway Passen
Asso iation e.; London. Tho oldest
:a y  doin - a   idenl   business     in
.veld.    It  ••.ive    tb" moi  lib ral
contracts  to     Railroad  Men.   Agents,
Reveistok"     Tbe    Revelstoke General
Agenci'^.
In the Baptist -hurdi on Sunday,
tt pastor, Kev. K. J. Chave, will
speak on th" /ollowing subjects- In
the morning at 11 a.m./'The Church
of Revelations," the fir.t of two ser-,
mons on this subject; evening, "Better Condition-." Sunday school and
IftsS at 2:30 p.m. A cor-
di i! welcome to all services.
Sunday's services at the M-thodist
i        h  will b" of  -pecial  interest. The
l      *        'if member-, n tw and old,  is
<-arn -tiy Se elicited and strangers    are
cordially  invited.   Rev.  R.   J.  Mcln -
»;•       wi i   [erea-h  nt   11   a.m..  lUbJ'
"W   rk    ef tie-  Spirit,"  and 7:80 p.m..
•   •—  The   .-'K-ial   Problem "    Th»
■ '. r th- anthem
and  Me-,-r-   Bennett
ng H durt.
A welconi- -urpr. •• party was given
:       '•'■ '■' A.   K-nward,    of
i treet, lis1  evening   when   a
number .ne! gentlemen .rath
er-i •o^eth.r to spend •. pleasant
• a.n.- ..r. I to 1 '      Ke .*ic :
son horn.-, again, be has l — n for
t . * thr. months in the Royal
V oria hospital Ho traal Oard and
ndnlfad In an I Mrs.
Rp|<ward was al-o presented with a
large and magnificent boiuet of flow*
♦•rs and an ad !■
The W.C.T.I', gave an at home last
Wednesday afternoon in honor of Miss
Anderson Hughe--. I was at ihe home
of M -. F.W. Laing. Some 75 invitations wete Issued an '■ a very plea-ant
time wa* spent. The chief event of
th"* nf'ernoon's program was an ad -
dr*--- from Mi?° Hughes, which was
follow.-d by vocal selection- render^l
in pood Style by Mrs. Davis and  Mi
taking part are,
Bennett, Mr. A.
son.
Mr.  P. Samson, Mr.
Annan,   Mr.  Thom
Bowling League—The last game of
the present bowling league will be
played of! Monday evening. Tho Dir -
eclors against thc hi^h school. The
high school nre looking forward to
defeat the Directors, but the Directors
are confident of coming out victorious
without any loss of sleep. Those wish
ing to take part in the two men league are re ni'Sted to hand tbeir names
.\r--istant Secretary Cowan.
PLAYING
GIRL FROM
TOKIO
of Hohenzollern and Cumberland,'' "Ine11
mgagement of Princess Vietpri6,;,TiOU-
ise, only daughter of the kaiser,.'and
Prine'e Ernest August, son of the,
Buke of Cumberland, i.s announced.
The emperor is at Karlsruhe to arrange for the marriage ceremony.
Compensation ranging from $25 lo
$3,000 has been made by the C. P.R.
in the cases of all seven of "A" company of the '18th Highlanders' regiment, who Were killed or injured on
Thanksgiving Day, in the wreck al
Slreetsville Junction, when a troop
lrain returning from the annual shan '
battle collided  with  the Betroit flyer. I
l
'•    It has been announced that    M. E.
Nit-holls, editor of the   Telegram, and
part proprietor  of the newspaper,    is
' moving from  Winnipeg  to    Montreal,
where he will  lake charge of  the new
morning paper  there in     conjunction
with B.A. McNab, former editor of the
Star.   It is not stated here who  will
succeed Mr.  Nicholls,    who has    been
resident  in   Winnipeg  for    the     past
seven years,  and is president of     the
Western Associated Press.
Three months hence an event of
worldwide interest to Christianity will
take place in Rome. The Mikado''of
Japan will pay a visit to the Pope tho
first ever paid by an oriental sovereign to the Vicar of the Vatican. The numbers and proportionately
Mikado  will  be  received with  becom-   toial  popufation the
ney on March 24.
i
The mill and elevator of the Red-
clitl Milling and Elevator Company at
Redcliff has been destroyed hy lire and
are a total loss. Tho loss, including
aboul $20,000 worth of wheat, is estimated at $50,000. The fire brigade
from Molieine Hat went to the fire,
but could do little as the fire was beyond control and the supply of water
gave out-      The firo started    in     th'.'
boiler room.
i
Helen Keller, the famous blind and
dea.' girl, and who until a year ago,
was ako dumb, made her debut as a
public speaker in Monlclair, N.J., recently, in the auditorium in the Hill-
.sidc School, her audience numbering
nearly om- thousand.   Miss Keller lec-
we view, "His Holiness Pope Pius X" |
This   picture has  stirred   thc "civilized
world,  and we are the  lirst to exhibit
il to tho Revelsloke public.
Meeting of Presbytery
The  regular    Spring meeting of  the
Presbytery of Kamloops, will he held
in  St. John's church next     Tuesday,
beginnin;     at     10 o'clock.   Ministers
and  ciders from all  the  northern half
of the Interior will l>» present, nnd it
es expected that  the  business will occupy  two days.   Rov.  Geo. Al Wilson
superintendent of Missions for B. C,
will  give his report on Tuesday     and
on Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock there
will     be    an open session af which a
number of interesting addresses     will
be givtn and lo which the public     is
invited.    On account of the Presbytery
tured under the auspices of bhe Mott-   meeting  in the church on Tuesday ev-
clair branch  of  the Socialist      party,   i-ning,   the Y.P.S.  will hold its meet-
She is a Socialist, and she expressed in^ on Thursday evening at 8 o'clock
radical  political views. 	
Mayor T. Kilpatrick arrived home
from Vancouver this morning.
Miss Anderson Hughes resumed bor
journey cast on Thursday night.
The Presbytery of Kamloops meet
in this city on Tuesday and Wednes -
day of next week.
Mrs.  H.  McSorley was in tho hos - ■
pital the fore part of the week suffer-
■ingwilh  the  grippe.
Mrs. W. A. Sturdy will receive on.
Wednesday, Peb. 26th, ami afterwards
on the  fourth  Wednesday.
Little Peter Litva, of Albert Canyon, is making a pood recovery after
his operation for appendicitis.
The pupils of Miss Kenedy's room,,
in Central sehpol enjoyed a jolly
sleigehride on Friday afternoon.
Miss Fraser, acting matron of tho
hospital, has quite recovered from her
recent illness nnd resumed duty.
Mr. Harcourt, ofjthe Imperial hank
staff, spent several dnys in the hospital this week, Buffering from the
grippe.
Tho West End Bridge club met at
Mrs. Lawson's on Wednesday evening.
Mrs. W.M. Lawrence was the successful prize winner.
•   a   a   a
......
The adjourned annual general
meeting of the Revelstoke A|$ri-
cultural Association will bo held
at the City Hall on Monday
n'Xt, February 24th, at 8 p. in.
Business—Receiving reports of
committees and general business.
According to the census of 1911, out
. of the 4,381,951 inhabitants of Ireland
1 3,238,056 are of the Roman Catholic
church. 575,489 are of the Epis.-opnl
church; 439,876 are Presbyterians, and
61,806 are Methodists. In the. decrease
of population the Roman Catholics
have lost the    most, both    in actual
Of the
percentages are:
With the man who wears the reversed haberdashery  and  the    broadcloth
coat tbat buttons up tight around th'-
neck, with a military collar as its
e bief laugh generator, through bis unconventional but persistent tippling.
"The Girl from Tokio." at the Auditorium last night, proved itself a
cure for the blues and i- one o: tha
most minhful far. i>s that has r>cen on
the local     board-  th Th"
bibulous individual     with  :bf I
iemeanor     is not   called
on  the bill.  Professor  t'hr    .a-.   Manners being his e-ognomen. and as por-
■ -aye-el by Jobn Raymond th* :-
•hiet nt.-irymaker last night.
n!;ng    on      mistake-
compromise;     situations,     cros-pui*
poses, twista-d love   wires   aad     ths
ness" of the profe-sor for     iu
fun. "The Girl From Tokio"     ls     a
■  -.-  farce  ali n „•  broad
fr--m     vulgarity  ane! •
It will   - , ■••! this afternoon and
man Rev
I       ■   F^hrunry 25th.
ing ceremonials.       He will    be enter-   Roman Catholics, 73.9; per cent;Epis-
tained  at  one of  the most    elaborate  copalians 13.1  per cent.; Presbterians
banquets ever given by a Pope to king  10 per cent.;  Methodists, 1.4  per cent
or emperor.     Important developments   and s. altering, 1.6 per tent,
are expected aa a result of the     Mi-'
kado's visit. isj Emmeline Pankhurst, the miii
; tant ^ufTragetto leader, and some
cth.-r worn n were mobbed at Croydtn
when   they  arrived there for a meeting
The  parliamentary -ommis-ion which
en  ,t'i-'---tigaiing su-pectel cas*s
of  graft at   Rome in ■ onnection with
the new palace  of justice,  which has
I een twenty y-ars     building and    has
co-t $:. instead of the original
00, has ordered the
arr--s'  of twu prominent     contra • ors
Borelli and R:cearii, an.l has issued a
th- arrest of Crown Law-
who has    d:-appeared
tf rr.ade against  other
protr. -. - OSS.
by a • rowd whose maif had been dam
aged by the suflragettes. The womon
were only saved from rough treatment
by the opportune arrival of the police
Hostilities were resum d after the
meeting and a window in Mrs. Pankhurst 's automobile was smas-lW. The
women were roughly handled by the
crowd, who fought the poliee in their
endeavors to get revenue for
. i their mail.
BUSINESS LOCALS
The Big Event—L.A.B. of R.T. Annual At Home; the date, March 26th.
The place, Revelstoke opera house. A
word to the wise is sufficient.
Sec ChaB M. Field about tbat Life
Policy you aro contemplating putting
on in tho company of which Lord
Strathcona and the President of the
Bank of Montreal are directors.
It comes but once a year, the L.A.
B. of R.T. Bnnce and AtHome. This
timo tho date is March 26th, Revel -
stoke oP< "a house. Remember the sue
cess scoreu 'ast year, and keep tho
dato open-
Tho first Canadian contingent tbat
went to the Boer war were Insured for
$1,000,000 in th2 Ocean Accident and
Gtiaranteo Corporation. The Revel -
stoke Fire Brigades are also insured
in this company. Thc special agent
for this company is Chas. M Field —
Best policy in the market issued to all
damage, especially to railroaders.
I
CORRESPONDENCE
Rev, l-'el.    J
Bditot  Mall HeraH —
l>-ar   Sn. —Will   you,      thn
113
ieh your
-   ,  by  the c  this  not ice,
kindly  inform the parents    whos.'    hil-
tlren  may  h't t
tieiw balling I-* concerned   thai  it thf
matter '. •    . r to
Hi i Christie'   of Selkirk School, the
iifTe-ncc       will      bo promptly an.l  arte
qoately dealt wi'h   Tb'-   rales along
•In    lire- ue    trictly  enforced  by    the,
staff and  wc  would thank  the parents
for bringing   uch ca»cs ns do not come
nndfi   I it ;ten to  our  no'i'f.
Tours truly,
R. D  OOliPTTTfl
PROSPEROUS
REVELSTOKE
INDUSTRY
;.e«'n !)•  e.t      'h"    rec"n-    improve -
• . the   K'.ot«-nay  Steam   Laundry en  'he city,  a ivpr.-sen1 .-
\1 i    llerabl   m.i'b    v   pei 'enal   Ln
and f'jund
of ai  tvtty. The
l.-iundi . 40*1     iritb a  win?
I. <In   '
.-.em     machine'
-.   i.i   laundry is -he eollat shaper of
ade by
h- llcin- Ma-bine Oo, of Bannorry.
■ om .in! is a marvi-l of *ff
a huge steam mangle wrh flve rolls
the r-dls being 100 in-te- ir, l'-ngUi,
was also at work while a modern
at- kyuke machine and a shirt body
Ifoner, as    wll a" aoollai  itarebing
mnchln*   nnl 'i vry   |  ,.fl   rlevKB      in
I,.-   it.rm   of ••team   'lrreng   iriarhine,
whl'h   will   dry  olotbei   in     hre*-   hour-t
ifimprln" only  a portion   o'  I I  '•
in»ry, while Hn-f innl o n hnce t»tar
th bfrllt-r and fmir washing machines,
nil nrf  which  nn- set m  moMnn  by     a
laundry Is MOO pieces.
The general     public in    Revelstoke,
have no i'lea     what Mr. Karl Barra -
clough,  the proprietor has a complish
Sd   ;n bringing about such      perfection
in a laundry   which  is  now a credit  to
r.ot only   Itevelstoke  but thc   Koote-
This   laundry  em| loys   live men
nl   wvea   I rls all  whit-  help.    This
boul I     appeal     to all  right
•■nd  their  laundry
-  peoples laundry and thus
b   p to   keep   aliv.-  an   lrdustry   whi'-h
\ ersdH     to 'be    city,  he ides ono
ha' gi-. .    Excellent       . .  to    tb«
public.
The
P»n!,   while Miss Lawson centered    a
piano solo with pood effort.   An elab J    In tnkes nip tailors to     makn     a
orate display 0   f dalaty refreshments  mnn,  but it take,  l:,  tail ors, a    drug
brought  a very    pleasant     afternoon ' "»'>r". «  hnir      emporium. K.   depart-
tea -lose.   The guc«t. one and     »ll, I mental stores, a jewel-ry «hop and an (Ironing ,  all  done i.y ebetricftj awl
-       ting/that ns a hostess Mr    iAtng'fn^hausHble  po kotbook   lo make    a  everything Is  as neat   nnd   .lean     as
I woman—Winnipeg  Tribune. |jO"«lhlr      Tbe  daily capacity  of this
modern  40  h p     t'lin engine
Wedding Beils
A 'iiiirt wcd'im.^ w«e    solsmlsed at
Hi     of Mr. and M™.      John
Pappas,  Ma ken/ie- sVSBUe,  Keb.  19th.
When  ths  It-v.   ft J.  Mclntyro nnit-
»'l  in  IIISiPlage  Miss Ohtistlna  Anag-
no I i      lad      Mi     John   Tslolis,    Th<t
!,rid»     *li ,  w;, .  (Ivan  away  by     her
'      eVfr     John   Armgnostu,   woro
whit*  lilt  ned tarried n bOQtist    of
fnnk 'iirnaMons and wns attended by
Mm Isabella I'appai, who wore
i.r'iwn  'ilk
The beef rnnti wai Mr. Hlrve flovls.
Tin- bride nnd iT'eOtn Mt on the
i'.i Inii'ht.  train   for  Ftegina  where  they
James, tbe Chimney Sweep, is back
in town, and will give prompt personal attention to all jobs. Tho e Ori,
ental Hotel, or write, Jamis, The
Chimney Sweep, C. O. Oriental Hotel,   RevelBtoke.
Railroaders, beware. Bo not put on
life or accident Insurance without first
looking over the attractive and low
priced policies offered you by Chas.M.
Kield, in bis sound and reliable companies.
Only four companies settled their
losses in full in the San Francisco
<artli.|uake and fire, of which the Lon-
.lnn Assurance Corporation was one'.
This company paid out J7.000.000 in
thnt disaster, their poll'ies aro written here by Ohas. M. Field.
Forty years ln use, 20 years the
standard, prescribed and recommend,
ed by physicians. For Woman's Ail -
ments, Dr. Marisl's Female Pills, at
Tour  druggist.
There isn't a nee'tion of the country
ihat Rowland and Clifford haven't
sent a company of "The Ro-«ary"thi«
yoar. The ploy is still proving a big
bt* oveiywhere.—Kmpress theatre on
Mondny evening, Feb. 24th.
Mrs. J. Scolt left on Thursday for
the coast, in response to a notification
of the sudden death of her brother-in-
law, Mr. Johnson.
A do/en or more young people had a
moonlight snowshoe tramp last evening alon; thc pipe line on the north
hill to C-reely road. Moonlight lunch
about 10 o'efock around a big choor-
ful bonfire was on? interesting feature
of th • tramp.
A mission among the Chinese is be-
Pag commen ed in the went end. Literature and books for teach ng English have arrived and classes will soon
be at work. This is a very necessary
work which up to the present, haa
been badly neglected. A Hindu mission in the east end is al-o getting ua
der way. More details will lx- published later.
"Captain Racket" was a bi j financial  su 'ss.   All ihe  returns  are   not
in yet, but the club expect to clear aboul $300 over and above expenses,
which is a record for any performance
ever given in this city. This is certainly a credit to the good-hearted
people of Revelstoko and to the many
in outside points who purchased tickets solely for the sake of helping the
cause. The dramatic society have
received many requests to repeat tho
performance at an early date.
WANTRD
is without a peer.
N'o ndvers' . rllirism bas In* n made
of Kdward H. Rose's character of a
Catholic priest In "The Rosary,"
which is comln; here nert week. The
charnrter is one of the greatett of
will re-side. The intde travelling in a Bs kind ever seen on the stage.—At
brown suit ami hi own honvnt hal with Kmprvsa theatre Monday evening,
win1 • osprsy I Feb. 24th
TO RRNT—Furnished Rooms with or
without board. Apply to Maii-Her-
nlel Office.
WA51TKD—Before March, a small furnished or unfurnished house, Bast
Knd.-J.S.F. Box 721.
WANTED—An experion'fld waitress,—
good wages. Apply Revelstoko Oyster and Chop House.
WANTED—Small, romfortablo house;
furnished or unfurnished. Apply
P. O. Box 914, or Mail-Herald office
FOR SALE—Cook stovo and Heater.
Price $10. Apply Mrs. W. F. King,
First street, West.
WANTED—To buy from owner, a
Small House east of McKenzie Avenue.   Applj to P.O. Bot 408.     2t.
FOUND—A Watch, owner can have the
same by applying to J. Hook, prov"
ing property and paying for this advertisement.
FOR SALE—Farm, 21 miles soutb of
Revelstoke, eighteen acres, ten acres
cleared and improved; with house
28x24, kitchen 14x18 and four up -
stairs rooms, chicken house, stable,
and farm implements. Address Mr.
Antonio Corouchilo, General Delivery, Revelstoke, B.O.

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