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Vol. 19   No 31
KEVELSTo   E. B. 0. APRIL III 191
$14.50 Per Year
SPRING & P
REIGN AT
PERITY
EVELSTO
Dominion Belt Lands Draw Settiers.===Railway Double-Tracking
Provides Work and High Wages.===Realty Prices Soaring.—
General Conditions Warrant Optimism.
Canada has in n h ustible supply
of timber, Free lumber is likely to
increase lhe value of Canadian stump-
age and the profits of her manufacturers. The hardwood Lumbermen are
not distui bed hy thc transfer of their
product to the free list, for there is no
danger of any competition for them.
II i- the sott woods, BUeh as yellow
pine, Douglas Irani the like, which
may he affected.
DOUBLE-TRACKING
AT REVELSTOKE
Spring is come, Summer, the Summer of Revelstoke's greatest prosperity is at hand.
The magical change which bas taken place In ihe appearance of our
Btreets and surroundings, caused by
tne vanishing in a few days of winters
discontent under the welcome rays of
the golden run. is equalled hy the mar
vellous improvement which th.- last
month has wrought in the business
and general outlook throtiMhou'; Rev-
elsio'.e and district.
Within our .-ity limits, the improvement i.s reflected in increased realty
prices, expanded busing, and a general spirit of Optimism. Around tbe
outside district the change is noted,
in a very large intlu-c of settlers, and
renewed activity in forest, mill, mine,
.farm land and iruit orchard. Everywhere alike in the centre of popula -
tion, and the wealthy tributary surrounding territory, th-' e ol 1 uncertainty oi long Winter ia succeeded by a
wave of hopefulness, t 11 advance guard
of a veritable ti.od tide of material ad
vancement.
Fortunate indeed are the people of
North Kootenay, alike in the glorious
land which ihey are privileged to inhabit, nnd the possession of those
qualities oi youth and enthusiasm
whi'h will cual le this community to
place Itself durin? the coming three
year-, on the topmost pinnacle of the
imin inun ri Western pi ogress and
achievement.
REASONS  FOR PROSPERITY
The unacquainted outsider might be
excused in as'i.ng the question. "On
what ground are we justified in an-
ticii a'.ing the wonders which we pre -
diet so boldly for Revelstoke and district, .luring  the  immediato future.
The average citizen, iortunately or
unfortunately, is these days almost
too busy taiing advantage of tavor -
able .onditions himself, to spend much
of bis valua' la time explaining our
oppoitunitics to strangers, and therefor.- thi< pleasant duty, in small measure, will be discharged hy tbe editor
ol tbi- paper.
Tha tirsi gnat favorable factor must
admitt'-dly be placid, in the throw -
ing open by tbe Dominion government
of our vast encircl ng rich, easily accessible agricultural lands, which under th • railway bolt  arrangement  have
for years laid dormant at our doors.
AGRICULTURAL.
Agriculture, successful tillage and
working of th'soil, is ihe very basis
of piojperity, the ..ed ro k up. n whioh
alone can be buil'ded a permanent, virile, satisiied population. Tbe tlnow -
ing open to sattlement. of 50,000 aer0s
of the linest feenile \ailey lands iu
lho Canadian West, blessed witb a
mild and equable, climate anl ample
rainfall, wbiehis a fact already ac-
complnvbcd so lar as the squatters are
concerned, and soon to ho entirely .-ou
Bumated by ih' pro. Initiation render-
ing the lands available to public settlers, is positively the greatest event
ever occurring in Reveistoie History,
and whose results are bound to prove
enormously beneficial to the entire in-
urior of British Columbia. Land-
hunger i.s ihe greatest ione in human
history; it Waa the keynote oi th^
world's biggest wars, the central fa-
tor in the earth's greatest migrations
of population The land, "Thc Land,
'lhe Freedom of the lana" was the
tattle cry that hurled the Hunnish
hordes of Asia against the walls of
anoient Ko ne, and is today moving
the masses of Europe into thai New
world of America. And, gentlemen.
we in Revelstoke have got the land,
tba best land in the hest of.on:inents
ihojsands of acres of it. The people
can .ome, and we cau satisfy their
needs. Our Laid is ■ lose to markets,
it will grow anything, it is whiteman's
land,'in a whiteman's country, and the
Dominion government ure giving this
land to the people.
RAILWAYS.
Mankind tilled the land long belore
methods of transportation were invented, but our modern world require
ments, pla e transportation, as the
factor next to land, which makes for
development and  prosperity.
The. inhabitants of Revelstoke and
district can truthfully .-ay that we
have got both land and transporta -
tion. By our doors runs the Canadian Pacilic Railway, one oi the world's
greatest transportation arteries whose
giant resources and organization are
at the disposal of e\ ery settler, alike
io bring in his seed and implements,
ar.d to take to the profitable Norlh
Western markets, the fruit of his husbandry.
WORK AND WAGES.
There are today, vast numbers oi
people, who b in I divorced by long
environment and education from the
soil, desire to sell their labor power
,n return for what lhe world oilers,
in wages and opportunity. Within the
next five years ^.OUti.iOO will be expend.'din thi3 district by one big com
pany. in work and wages. The double
ir.ic'.ing of the C.P.R. through Revelstoke. the building ot" the tunnels and
hridg. s call.d for in the plans of the
undertaking, will provide healthy, well
paid, manly employment, for thousands ot skilled and unskilled laborors
who are sure of rec iving a very high
remuneration for the expei.diture of
their efforts. Not only does this mean
I ig business for Revelstoke and dis-
irie-t as or.' of the greatest payroll cen
tars of Canada, but it will bring am-
ongst U3 hundreds of people who are
destined to fall victims to our climatic and agricultural drawln: cards and
make Iheir permanent residense in our
district, to their o.vn benelit and the
continued growth and permanence of
our prosperity and institutions.
MINING
The present >pring gives evidence of
seeing that remarkable revival oi mining. v.hiMh the \a-t mineral resources
of ihe district fully warrant. The big
mines oi North Kootenay are still un-
discOe ired the chances for s.tille.1 prospectors and miners were never better
than  light here and today.
LOCAL  INVESTMENTS.
In ali fields of activity, in city really, local and district agricultural
lands, business openings, mining fields
and agricultural area-, tbere exist op-
fortuuiiies ior gilt edged investments
It i- tha pi olid boast of RavelstO'.e
• iti/ens. that they never lost money in
local realty; everyone who during the
past ten years has pla' ed money in
Revelstoke realty has made very substantial pi olits, and whi'h profits are
today accumulating more rapidly lhan
ever beiore. Values have risen, are
rising, and must continu to rise. The
openings for capitalists'ar.- second to
none, they have only to be seen to bo
appreciated by anv shrewd buyer, busi
ne-sman or investor.
The Spring is coning, ihe Summer
oi a glorious prosperity and progress
is at  hand.
CLOSURE
RESOLUTIONS
WILL PASS
Ottawa. April 17—The oPPO-ilion in
a half-hearted way. tried more obstruc
lion yesterday when Hon. Frank Oliver attempted io bring up, on a motion
to adlourn tha closure delate, the
charges Ih.vi Arthur Donaldson, son of
■he Conrer,a'.ive whip in Baskatohe ■
wan, wa3 allo» .1 by Hon. Robert Rogers to homestead some valuable Ian 1
a [joining  the city  of  Prince Albert.
Mr. Oliver soon fell foul of the rule.i
of the bona goiornlng motions foi
idouinni'tit ;.nd was still in difficulties when Premier Eorden upset all
Liberal calculations by promising that
the House so imo lommtttee of sup-
] ly this afternoon when the charge?
could be  probed   io the  bottom
Th ■ debate outside of this was sadly deficient in life. Hon. Charles H.
..lm; by Eought to enliven it by proclaiming his refusal io he bound hy
the new rules, a refusal which appeared io occasion the 'governmenl very
little concern.
Hon. William Pugsley tuinei up in
Ms accustomed place and was much
in evidence in the liscusslon of points'
cf procedure. His r:scarches so far
seam to have resulted in nothing
more formidable than the dis overy
ihat the opposition m->y como along
at intervals with motions to adjourn
The whips expect the vo c tonight.
so ihni there was liitle time left for
fireworks.
C.P.R. Call for Tenders Covering 25 Miles
West.—Tunnel Construction Starts This
Spring.—Revelstoke the Payroll City for
$8,000,000 Wage Bill.
The following official announcement,
confirms .previous statements that tha
doublo tracking will be rush to com -
plciion and that Irom now onwards,
the C.P.R. mainline will be the sceno
of constructional activity rivalled on
ly in the curly boom days when the
Erst threads of sled were being pushed across the Dominion some thirty
years ago.
TUNNEL CONTRACTS
Our readers are already aware thru'
announcements in the Mail-Herald,
that the tenders for the Selkirk tunnel are lo be opened and the contract
awarded about the middle of the present month. These two (acts, explain
.he recent activity in West End Realty obviously the t'.l'.U. arc preparing
for the requirements of the coming five
years, by  securing    property adjoining
their present tracks on which to build
the additional fa il.ties required by
the  gigantic  tasks which  lie  ahead.
CANADIAN  PACIFIC  RAILWAY
NOTICE
Tenders will be received by the undersigned up to noon Saturday,  May
imh, for the clearing, grubbing     and
grading   required  for   double   .racking
the present line as follows;
'J miles  west  irom Kamloops.
•J5  miles  east  irom  Kamloop.-.
•il 11.ties w st (rom Reveistoie.
Plans and specifications can be seen
at  he  office of  the  undersigned.    The
or aay tender     no.  ti   e--ar.ly
ac ■ ipl  d.
F. F. BUSTBBD,
Engineer in t barge.
Gradj    Revision .-n 1 Double Tracking,  Kamloops, B.C. ap. 2'i
c.p.r. men
meeting in
revelstoke
LUMBER
INDUSTRY   j
booming;
Changes in Am ren Tariff
Helping Our Pren.iLi- B. C.
Business.— U. Si. Pvlaikets
Wide Open Under Democratic Tariff Rate Revision
Scheme.
Washington. April 17—A radical
change in the policy of the United
States toward forest products is made
ty tbe Wilson-Underwood Tarifl  Bill.
Lumber has been on the dutiable
list eicept to ono country, the Do -
minion of Canada, which from 185-1 to
1866 was permitted tree importation.
The schedule of the pending bill re-
.inovcs the duty from lumber and
practically all forest    products,     the
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HI [i] r»l H n p] M SO il li] S] f| N ft il il
exceptions being furniture, casks, barrels, shooks, packing boxes, sawed
labinct woods, paving posts, railroad
ties and poles.
Two motives' pro npied ihe Demo -
.rats In making such a sweeping
change in the schedule; firBt to carry
out a platform pledge to provide free
lumber and second the expectation
that it would aid in the conservation
of the forests of the United States.
Whether it will accomplish either
of these objects experienec alone will
demonstrate The single country
from which imports are expected to
como will bc Canada, though tho lumbermen have expressed apprehension
that Mexico under settled conditions
may send to this market large quantities of wojd growing in its western
i oast.
Under the present tarifl the United
States receives l,n00,00ii,00<i feet of
lumber. It is now conceivable, even
probable, that under the new tarifl,
policy it will bc dressed, tbat is planed and fitted (or distribution in Canadian mills, thus crippling the plan-
in? mill industry along the northern
border,
I may be that the Canadian impor-
intions, when the Wilson-Underwood
bill is enacted, will amount to 3,000,
OOO.OOn or 4,(HH).000,000 feet, provtd •
ed lhe Dominion does not impose an
export tax, hut it is significant that
whi-n the Aldtich law waJ ena'ted,
whieh made a reduction of 37J per
cent  over the Dingl-y tat-s. the am
ount  of  Canadian      impoits increased
only negligibly.
The production of lumber in the
United States is in tho neighborhood
of 50,000,091 i.OCO teet. Thirty per
tent of the en ir • cut enters into
planing mill products, where compet.
ing materials are the weakest, about
2H percent en:ers into lough lumber,
und structuial timles, wh?r.' it
competes with steel, brick and ron-
• ret 1 Ten per e-en'. is made up into
boxes, five percent into car ion-true-
lion, whence it is being driven out by
tbe greater u-e of steel, three per cent
into furniiui-e, whete it also is Buffering fron steel or other competitions,
two  percent   inlo  vehicles,  two     per
tnt in'o sawed ties, five per eent is
exported and the balance, fifteen per
i ent is distributed among mis elane-
ous industries.
It is asserted that if the removal ol
the tariff will have any effect it wlll
bc to dhplaie thc lower grades of
lumber now cut by our own mills ,
which must either be logged or left ln
the woods when the higher grades are
taken out, and to that extent it would
increase the wood wastes. Canada
row charges an ad Valorem duty ol
P.5 per cent on American lumber, but
the commit fe which framed the Wll-
-on-Underwood bill did not take Into
account so much the export of American lumber to the Domini-n as the
attraction of Canadian lumber to the
United Slates.
H   is  the  general   impres-ion     that
There was a conference of high C.P.
R, officials in Revelsloke last Wednesday. Tbe chief matters deal: with
was train service as well as appropria
lion work also other matters regarding   the  organization  of  the  division:
Those present included A.E. Stevens
assistant general superintendent oi
the British Columbia division; H. W.
Brodie, general pa-'senger agont of the
British Columbia division; R. E. Lar-
mour, division freight agent; Mr. H.
Rindal. division engineer; G.E. Graham, superintendent of <UHriafc_2, W.
O. Miller, superintendent of district 3;
J. McKay, superintendent of district
1; S. Phipps, master mechanic of British Columbia division; Captain Gore,
superintendent of inland steamers; J.
P. Ri'-hurdson, superintendent of C.P.
R. telegraphs (or ihe British Columbia division; Dr. A.P. Proctor, di\i-ion
surgeon and Mr. R. Helmo superintendent of Dominion  Express Company.
POPULAR
MINISTER
TRANSFERS
11 is with regret that we have to
announce thc departure from our midst, of one who for the past two years
ha- labored among us. The Rev. E.
J. Cbave, Baptist minister here, has
accepted a call to Edmonds, B.C. an
infant city near New Westminster.
Mr. and Mrs. Cfaave expect to leave
nt xt Thursday for their new home at
lhe coast. During their residence at
Revelstoke, both Mr. and Mrs. Cbave
huve made many friends both in and
out of the church. Mr. Cbavo Is a
young man of sterling worth and wo
wish him the greatest measure of success in his new flefd.
When a girl has a hole in her
stocking she known that every one
cIbc Knows it.
T
FAVOR HGiVlt
SHIPPING
Ottawa, April IS—Beginning with
May 1, Canadian steamers will handle
all Canadian mail between this country and Great Britain with a tri-week
ly service in summer and bi-weekly
in winter.
This was the announcement which
Hon. 1..P. Pellctier, postmaster-gener-
al, made in the Houso of Commons
yesterday uitemoon. The n-w contra' t was with tour lines, the Allan
line, the C.P H., the C.N.R. aud the
While  Siar Dominion.
'Ihe-'e companies combined will have
twelve steamers at the service of
the gove.n neui in summer and eight
in the winter. In the past there have
been only four Steamers in the ser
vice und for that reason it has been
necessary to send a large part oi
the mail by New York. After May
lit will leave by Canadian torts,
Montreal and Quebec in the summer,
St, dohu and Halifax in the winter.    ,
In order that there may bc no dc -
lays in the winter sea-on there will
lie an extra boat, the Teutonic of the
White Star line, to till in and maintain the schedules. To piovide this
service will require subsidies of -1,
t')0,000 as compared with $6.">U,0H0 for
the present weekly service.
The summer sailings will he on
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays,
from whatever port the steamship
ompanies please, as long as it is a
Canadian pori. This will lie Montreal
or Quebec in KUmmer and tbe two
Maritime port- In the winter. The
mail for England will be delivered at
these i oris.
Mnl from England will he lunded
in the summer at Queliec, though that
portion of it destim-d to lhe Maritime
provinces will, as in the past, Ih Ian 1
ed at RimoitHki. There is a cause in
tbe i ont i act by which the four com -
paniee undertake jointly and separately to get another ship for any which
may he disabled at any time so tbat
there ih utmost assurance of a contin
i'oum service.
The million dolfats which is to be
provided for the subsidies will bc
divided into fifty-two portions ior the
liftytwo weeks. This weekly portion
will be divided amon? three boats in
the summer, but between two in the
winter.
Mr. Pellrtier explained that the com
panics declare mo-t emphatically that
there would have to be a much higher
tate paid for the winter service, but
they had agreed to this amount (or
I the one year during wbicb tbe present
• ontract runs. It might be necessary
to increase it somewhat for another
winter.
i   The addition of tbc Alsatian     and
laLat'ian to the servi:e add. two very
fast boat-, but ihe Postmaster-General       -'at    1   I llo.v      rfith   the
-,e.luh..b the ships     louM give  if
tiia-.ed that     Canadian  mails
would be landed in Liverpool .,uite a-s
... a    .  they went bj . I boats
from Ni w \or.;.   The l..n .ing n
Greal  Bri.an will be at  the  option ot
lhe C einpan.es.
lor lhe last -ix years Canada ha»'
been ia..n,- to tbe United .-Mates a
little inure than J180.0W ., year i\e
the hai dl a.: .,: the mail .,'■ '■'.:■ 1 ut oi
Sew Un... This wai :u .1 o
wiih the regula ....... | 0 tal union.
He stated th.it it was not expected
tc save the whole oi the $1-80,080 th.-s
year, hut  there would ge part
ol ii Baved. The enstis ..; mail matter which i-' taken every mx years by
the postal union o.n a tln.s May an J
thi- will a'to.d an opport n ty (o:-
regulating the apportionment of the
cost  of Briti-b mail for Canada.
In the 1 at the Bnii-h ^.o.ernmen.
baa paid only •>.'.'.i»-.> a year and the
F'osimaster-Gen-ral intimated thai
■ ould t.e a charge likely as this
1'..:..i llan government thought -he amount paid  shouid be siie.ooo.
Senate Aojourned
Ottawa. April IS—In the S.-nate on
Thursday, after some further discus •
sion, third reading was given to the
JaPatiJsee Treaty Bill. At 5:3n Sir
chailes' Fiupatrick, deputy to Hi-
Royal Highness, the Governor-General
attend.il the Senate chamber and gave
1.-sent to the bill and to several oth-
irs to whi h third reading had been
given. The Senate then adjourned until T.iesday, April 22.
Remember the Ho-p.tnl Whist Drive
on Wednesday evening next, at tho
1 lty Hall, an evening'- solid fun guar
aiit.e'd.
Tbe day of the Altx-ria election!
found thi leading Liberal Organ o(
the sunshine provin:e out o( uusiness
as the i-e-iuli ol a $ 120,O«'O lire, which
gutted tbe Albertan Newspaper and
job printing department, and com-
pletdy destroyed the offic-s. Ii was
cne of the severest and most de-rtrue-
tive blazes experien.-ed (or many years
I.y a western   newspaper  plant.
Don't forget the Hospital Whist
Drive on Wedn"-«day evening at the
City Hall, t.'nusually go>d prlxes,
with excellent supper.
ESSASSISESIS®sua
S 11
g Revelstoke,     Cricket    Club, H
S Social    and     Entertainment, gj
S Opera  House,  Monday,  April H
1 21st.   Curtain 8:45.   Tickets,— gj
1) Reserv.M. 7.V.; General Admis I
I «km   ">0c;  Children  25c. ■
SSHSSSSSSSISSSSI FAGE TWO
THE MAIL-HERALD,REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, APRIL 19th, 1913.
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=\
Have  Yoa Money Lying Idle
which you would like to loan.
We can loan it for you on first
mortgages at current rates of
interest ranging from 7 to 10
Per Cent, per annum.
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
JOHN D, SIBBALD, Puns. J. D. SIBBALD, JR., Sac.
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EARLY SPRING GOODS
Consisting e'f every conceivable size and make of
H i'.loves, Shoes mnl Underwear; also a most
extensive sunk of Neckiies of every shade and
Btyle.
We h ive also a specially fine assortment of samples
for our Spring Clothing Or.Icr Departmeet.
McKlNNON & SUTHERLAND
Fit-Reform Closing        Sietson Hats        Foot-Rite Shoes
■vwrra?;* ~x ■■■■•*«■■■■■■
BUSINESS IS   GOOD
At the Busy McIntyre Corner
Beans, small, white, easy to cook, 3 lb. for  25c
Japan Rico, finest, cooks soft 3 lb. for  25c
Stephen's Cho-.v Picklos, por bottle  35c
Sliced Lemon Cling Peaches, small tin  20c
John McIntyre «*. HON
First Street. Telephone No. 93
GOODS Al. GOODS DELIVERED
Revelstoke leei Market, Ltd,
SWIFT'S .
Blood and Bone
FERTILIZERS
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd,
r
TIRED ?
THUS' A CUP OP
"BELL,  BLEND TEA"
will refrt il
flavor ar. '. fragl
•
Price, 35c, 40c. and 50c."per lb.
G. W. BELL
<S8!a=$5i
WILSON
UPHOLDS
bKlTAIN
Washington,   April  It—The     report
  from  Kivlninl  that AmbuBsiuloi' Biyco
All businessmen, householders, dtlJ*« "ll""""1 his     Bovwnmenl     tlmt
ens and others,     nre   hereby notified |Pl,<*Went Wlls°n..™ay.
Unit, In accordance with ihe Oity of
Revolstoke Sanitary Bylaws, they are
lallod upon to forthwith proceed ti
clean all alleyways nnd publio ap-'
proaohes to property within tho city
llmitB, from nny acuinulntlons of
:i h s, rubbish or parliaRe, and to
have such removed to a dump ground
approved by the council. All property
owners, tenants and others, aro re-
cjulred to clean up ihoir premises and
remove from same any refuse 0f an
i hjei'tionable nature, Tin- Police will
be Instructed to take tho necessary
proceedings summarily, ai'ains't any
parties failing to comply wltb this
notice by May 1st next.
CITY  CLKRK.
SYNOPSIS   OF  COAL  MS IMG
REGULATIONS.
Coal mining riebts of the Dominion
ii expeeted to
assuif.ii an attitude on tho Panama
tolls controversy that will prove more
agreeable to Great Britain than lbe
policy of bis predecessor, ,-ausus     no
$ml^
In Manitoba, Snskntchewnn and Al-
l.'rta. the Yukon Territory, the
N'ortu-wepet Territories and in a portion of the Province of British Columbia, may be leased lor a term of Ws party
twenty-one years at an annual rental of $1 an acre. Not more than
2,360 acres will be leased to ono applicant.
Application for lease must be made
•>y the applicant in person to the
Agent or Sub-Apent ot the district
n wliicb the rightd applied for «re
situated.
Tbo lease will include the coal una
.ug right* ouly, but tbo lebdco may
e permitted to purcbase whatever
available surface right* may tie considered neceasaiy for the working ol
'he mine at the rate of tlO.UU an
acre.
In surveyed territory the land must
be described by sections, or legal
sub-division* of sections, and in un-
Burveyed territory the tract applied iy" engaged in
for shall be staked out oy the applicant  himself.
Each applicant m-ist l,e accompanied by a fee of $5 which will be refunded if t'ie rights applied for are
not available, but not otherwise. A
royalty     shall
I
have followed closely   Indications     of
ili.' President's feelings on  ibe     sub-
ji'.i.   As  far   back us     last      summer,
Washington    dlspatohas  aoknowledgod
iimi sucb ., small concession   on   tho
part of the  United States in the Ian-1
EUaKO of  ihe  I'anama  Canal  Act  was
i
n.i'.'   ary   to    make   that  measure  ac-
c .piable to Gi-e i1   Britain,     thai     U
im I In ircd'ltable thai ,i friendly sot
tli'iniiit  in  lhe nnl    would    not     bo
nae'li-.l. |
The l'i'e'si',1 ni's inclination to take a
more sympathetic view of the British
protest agalnsl discrimination In Ea-
\aorof American coasting vessels has
I .'e'a suggested in the L'ls.'avor wiih
which b.' is understood to have learned of thc appointment of no-toll sona-
lors io the co.nmittsfl on ii.lc.'.oceau-
ic canals. Any bill amendin.» th6 Pa-
naina Canal Act would bo referred to
Uuu committee.
Mr. Wilson hai been guarded in bis
utterances on tlie subject of tho canal
t .Us, and there Is reason to Ivlievo
lhal be doss not wish 10 complicate
ihe tariff situation hy 1.1.11 a stand
just now against which ., majority of
in both bouses as well as
the party platform has been'declared.
'lh' l'i .iil.Mit bas Ion;; been a close
Mend ol \ nbassador Bryce, their
writings i n allied su ,a is having
bioiif.ht them inlo communication
many years ai o. and it Is thought
that he has revealed his real scnti -
ill, asm    li ■   r, t inn .- ciplo llll i.
A caref 1 reading of Sis Blward
Grey's nolo of la-'t stimmec to Am-
hassadoi Bryce, which the ambassa -
'rn i- ad '.i seretarj of S aie t^nox,
ie'd io the o, ini'ii in eerlain ijuarlcrs
b -i-e, ilia'. in spite of Sir Edward's
broad denial of tbe American right to
; ny discrimination In favor of American shipping, he would accept the bill
then pending as a fair recognition oi
Greal Britain's treaty rights if two
amendments were made.
Ona of ib se was to make ii eertain
that only Americnn ships "exclusive-
the coast',-, is,■ trade,
would be allowed free passage thru'
the canal. The oilier was to make it
plain that the exception of American
ships.' from toll< would con-titulo a
to thc American treasury and not
constitute an additional    burden     on
1  on the mer-   the ships in-; ot the world.
.'-i.iit of the mine at the
exeats per ton.
■a operating the mine shall
furnish the Agent
.   for  the  full  quantity      ol
•• coal mined an.l •, ay the
If   tbe   coal   mining
lot 1 e:ng operated,     sucb
a ■■   .'irniahed  a'
once a year.
'
tbe Secret .iy   of
'.ne bv, •    t the Inter
tawa,  or to the  Agent or   -
.r.ir.ion   La
W.  ••■.
Wheth i   t .ii  ■    mild     modification!
b    .i is of  lh ■ settlement
wh ■ b  i ■  now   c n i.l'ii-.l   | ei-si: le     is
not   known.     In view   of   President
Wilson'      apposed  friendliness   toward
the Briti h  plea, 11 i - pos 'ible thai the.
.. ii  ■ may  pr iss  with
oi      en ■  of   tb ■    other
n Sii   Kil var l's  long
U   ject  of   •ep'.itiaiion
with   v I    !'   he   elo •■   ii.   nol,    Is  -'up-
o  hi .   i .1   in   ia- or
■ii.ily    'iplei iiacy.
vVintLtoo
P. O   Box 208
QROCER  & BAKER
Phono No. 23
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED  1855
Record of Progress for Five Years —1906-1911
'   e    '
Vlll
I 8,000,000      * 4.<)<)n,iioo
3,000.000 4,600,000
Capital
Reser ^^B
Deposits      ....        28,677,780        86,042,311
Loans and Investments -      27.467,090        .'W,tti4,K01
Total Assets        -      -       -        88,090,192        48,237,2B4_
Has 83 Branches In Canada, and Agents and Correspondents In all
the Principal Cities In the World.
A  CENTRAL BANKINO BUSINESS TRANSAOTID
SAVINGS  BANK  DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Interest allowed at highest ourrent rats.
Revelstoke Branch. W. H. PRATT, Manager
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to t City,
Map S36.
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Tenders wi
ection of dw    n - i Plana
,',n'l     Speci -aineil
fiom  tli
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ginser,   VkB OUVel     Tender >   will       he
received up lo no..!, <.f  April   I I
M. K. McQUARRIB,
I'e        || 1.1      I I rie   '
1st  lm.   A p.   12  <tt.
liLu b
!:      n    ii    iii      ihe
Italian engin ier,   Cabin len <lays
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A Pail, With Water—
a Brush-—and a Pkg. of
Alabastine
v* r 11,1,, transform the ugliest walls in'o walls of beauty  of art
i'f refinement,   AlabnsUtie walla nic pleasing to tho
■-■'.*"
ni'it cultivated  taatcft.   Anyone cau apply
A eiinsiiac by follow! 13 tli J direction*,   All
)you ncyd I* n pall, with \v\l r, aud a ft it
brush,   The rest is easy,    AUibaa Ine, uullUe
./all pipjr n-i 1 ;kiilsj;ni:ip, hvil-n nud becnusi
part of the wall Une If.     Al^tvutlne «Ucka ia the wall
psrtnaueutly, it •* the on y absolutely sanitary wall ooveriug.
CHURCH'SR InlMMrfS SI f*
COLD WATERJEW&Mm&®1 Sj A£S)
Ialabastine)
tail . ..1
luefc.'11'.l lleWMel!
\..rzr
A nc.v coat enn be nvpliwl without removing old one. A In bust ine is made in
while, ami twenty one charming tints.
Come in and $.\et the Alabnstiue tint
book. We'll show you how really beautiful Alabastine is.
FREE STENCILS
iVf.,/,' I.e tiiiiitr
Without l.illl.
(liuu It mi l.abtl
far.
1
These free Stencils ore worth from fiOc. to
.*      ii.l'l). They enable you to more beout-
^V^^   ifully decorate your home. Call     j
'^^^^m iU f°r particular;' -><->
o.-*r<\aai^'
BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
First St, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
Plumbing Heating Tinsmithing
Special Attention Paid to Mail Orders
WHITE STAR • DOMINION LINE
ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS SAILING EVERY WEEK
From Montreal, Quebec, Liverpool
LARGEST  STEAMERS FROM  CANADA
New S.S. Laurentic. .(15,000 Tons). .New S.S. Megantic
First-Class—$92.50-      Second- -$53.75.     Third   $32.50
S. S. Teutonic - - S. S. Canada
582 feet long. ol 1 feet long.
Carries Only One Class Cabin (II) S5C.00 and Up
and Third Class $31.25 and Up.
FOR SAILINGS AND ILLUSTRATED BOOKLETS APPLY
COMPANY'S   OFFICES
619 Second Avenue, Near Cherry St, Seattle
A. G. BltOOKER, C. P. Ry. Passenger Agent, REVELSTOKE, B. O.
J
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Imperial Bank of Canada
Hoad Ot*'c-> -Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Subscribed -          6,000,000.00
X Capital Paid Up -      -      6,770,00o.00
<jj Reserve        - 6,770,000.00
0 Total Assets,       - -             $72,000,000.00
Q Branches <u- A^mta »' all principal point n inCnri.ila,
A Agents In Greal Britain and Culled States—London, Kngland,
T   Lloyds Bpiik. Limiipri     Chicago—First National Hunk, Corn Kx-
change National I'm k.   Seattle—Seattle National Bank, SanFrin-
Cisco— Wi-Up Fargo Nevada  National Bank.     Hp.fcanc- Rxd ango
National Bunk.
Savings Krnk Ccpartrno^t
DcpoBitB of $1 ainl uynard,  rooetved, and  interest allnwisl at
current rate from dato o{ deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoko Drar.oh -A. B. MoClenoghan, Mgr.
5 OO-OO-OO 0<K^<>00<>CK><H>0<HK)-CHK>-<
Union   Hotel
JUST NKW'LY REPAIRED
RATES,      .      $1.50 PER DAY
Weekly and monthly rates to be arranged.        Meal Tickets, 21 meals for $6.00
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
A.  P.  L.BVB8QUB,  Proprietor
I   - t. - 1
I
Smijlom
QUlckly   Rt'''I   cmifTha,   cures   cohli,   nml   hrnla
the throat and lungs. :;        so centa.
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foi the uh , n • nl propai n • letail
. , ini''.' mat Ion Ioi tb i ince ol
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nge from (ro t. imined men are to lie
Pl    ,..   .1      l,V      thP     I     ll'leeil      BtSU 'Al'lltllCt
bureau In tho wirim> .i. trioi ol Mu
Paeifin northweel during the months
i,f Ap ii and May. I
Strictly First Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with Bath SATURDAY, APRIL 19th, 1913.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAQH THREE
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BEE   MYLING
With the Juvenile Bostonians
*•'**♦.***£«$*
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EMPRESS THEATRE
TWO   MCillTS
Monday anil Tuesday, April 21st and 22nd.
44
B. E   LANG OFFERS THE FAMOUS JUVENILE
BOSTONIANS"
ALL SWEET SIXTEEN ('.ILLS.
MONDAY    NIGHT-KIKKE  LA   SHELLE   AND   JULIAN EDWARDS
NEW YORK  SUCCESS
•• ni
THE    PRINCESS   CHIC"
— ■■■«»fc«Tin iit«i>ii ,^,1 ,n  tfiu^i )—m
TUESDAY   NIGHT
-THE MILITARY COMIC OPERA
a.
THE ]),\T Cil ITER OF THE REGIMENT'
iai rli iTi ili iTi ifi iTi iTi ill iii iTi iTi 1T11T11T1
Tj7Tt7 '4.'    +'  '<l      *    V    -l      X      +      -J.'  'X' tjA  '*' 'A'
INA   MITCHELL
With the Juvenile Bostonians
Vft+fa+fH^ ^tft+frfo+fr -.■>•**+•****&*-
PRICES,  §1.00,  T5C ., rsoc.
SEATS AT MACDONALD'S DRUG STORE.
uauvaaUCTSiBcrc :• a   notrsizrj-— r.-aarit"
vr."! r2?armnmmrt7niK
There is low o Market
FOR REVELSTOKE PROPERTY
List Your Holdings With Us
For a Quick Sale
We have the Buyers
If Your Prices and
Terms Are Right.
J. 6. Watson Realty Co.
R. R. COLE, Manager.    Local Agency American Casualty Co.
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ROM FAR10II j Revelstoke Kardwere Co., Ltd
Pointed Paragraphs of Provincial Interest
The Revelstoke Boot, Shoe and Harness
Repairing Department
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
MAKERS   OF    FINE   WELT    SHOES
The style, the workmanship and wear
And comfort born of every pair;
Of 20th Century welts that's sold
Will draw new trade, and hold the old.
LADIES' DRESS SKIRTS
Another Shipment to hand of Spring
and Summer Styles in
Voiles, Panama and Lustre
20 Per Cent. Discount for Cash
MRS. A. 6. CRICK.   •   FIRST STREET
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably   furnished   with  the choicest thc
market affords.     Best Wines, Liquors and
Gig***0     Rate? $i a day.    Monthly rate.
J\   ALBERT     ST01TB3     PROP.
The customs receipts oi the ,>url ai
CaLaiy  tor tbe  fiscal  year just    lu-.'l
v,        2.S00.0 'I ty.     a ainst  81, 0) •" 0
(or the year previous.
I
Speaking .v a Canadian t'luii lunch
coa in Winnipeg, Hon. John Scudihn,
Premier ol West Australia, said that
it would be a bettsr day for Australia when Ihey had provinces instead ot
stat Band a central govornnu-ut >ini-
Jlar to the Canadian systc,. This
Chang; was bound to come and it \va^
cnly ., (ine-iie n of time until a system
similar lo that in ('anada would ho
found in Australia.
From Montreal to Vancouver in 72
hour- l- thc o iject oi the Canadian
Pacific Railway, according to a statement mule by Mi. C.L\ Foster, general passenger agent today. This will
he the fasest trans-con inental train
on the con.in nt.
It is expected that th<- compnny will
be able to mai-.e this time for the whole
'three  thousand  miles.       The- ralcula-
tieeii is based on an average speed    of
fifty   miles an     hour for  sixty    hours
I hours with  twelve  hours allowed   for
I
stops.
"Warmest thanks' for your direct
message, Vuncouver to Loftdon. Corel.al congratulations on successful operation of Qott-Morse cable system."
This is the reply which The l'rov -
in ee ro.eived last evening to its moB-
' sage -ent to Lord Strathcona on tho
occasion of :he inauguration of a
direct wire to London on Sunday
morning.
The messaje Iron The I'tovince
was tb   first unofficial     direct     wire
nt to Lon Ion fiom this city. It was
iiddi-essed to Lord Strathcona, aud
r.-ad "Daily Province extends best
wishes ocoaeioo opening iliroct Vancouver-London wire." |
William Dun HoOefls, at u luncheon in New York, told u Shakespeare
story. I
"In Stratford," he began, "during
one of the Shakespeare jubilees, an
| > merican tourist approaohed an aged
\illagcr  in a smock  and said: |
" Who is* thisf chap Shakespeare,
any way'''
" 'He were a writer sir,'
" 'Oh, but there aro lots of writers,
Why d0 yju make sii.h an internal
tuss over this one, then.' Wherever I
turn I see Shakespeare hotels, Shakespeare i-akcs, Shakespeare chocolates,
Shakespeare shoes. What tbe deuce
did he write —muckrake magazine
stories, attacks 0n the Trusts, cen.
sored novels'.''
" 'No aire; oh, no sir,' said the aged villager, 'I undc/.stood he writ for
the Bible, sir.' '' I
A dispatch from Notih Hill, says
that the' O.P.R. has a survey party at
I i isen working to lind a better grade
lt ia possible that the present Notch
Hill will be cut out, with tho new
survey.
Removal oi all tariff from raw wool
lias been agreed upon between Presi-
• :. nt Wilson and members of the House
Committee on Ways and Means. Thl
present plan, which will have the unanimous endorsement of the Domo-
cratlc members of tho committee, pro
tided that wool should be placed on
the free list, an end for which the frco
wool Democrats of the House hava
fo Igfat for two years.
ilr.iiid Forks, April IG—The Great
Northern bridge across the smelter
dam on the line of the Granby suuelt-
i r had n close call early Thursday
morning from fire. The blaze was -discovered about 5 a.m., and although a
bucket brigade did good service one
of the spans of the bridge was destroyed. A spe. ial construction train
was hurried from Marcus and by 6
p.m. had the bridge again open for
traffic.
For Loss of Hair
We will pay for what you use if
Rexall "93" Hair Tonic does not
promote the growth of your hair.
In nil nur experience with hair
tonics the one that has done most to
milli mir reinliiieiice i.s Itexull "93"
Hnir Tonic. We have such well-
founded faith in it thut we want
you to try it at mir risk. If it does
Dot satisfy you ill every particular,
we   v ,|| nay fi.r what yoa use to tine
extent of s SO day treatment
If lii'xnll "93" Hair Tonie ele,,..
nol remove dandruff, relieve scalp
Irritation, Stop the hair from f;illiiii{
nnd promote a new growth of hair,
oomo hack to Ul ami ask us tn return
the money you paid fur it, and w<- will
promptly hand it back to you. You
don't sign anything, promin anything, bring anything back, or in any
wuy obligate yourself. Isn't thut fair?
Doesn't it stand to reason that »t
would not make mich I liberal oiler
if we did not truly believe that
Itexall "W" Hair Tonic will do all
wc rlniin for it — that it will do uil
und more thnn nny other remedy?
W« have evcrythiim there is n d<v
manel for. ami nre able to judge tho
merits of the things we sell. Customers toll us of t heir success. Thero
nre more satisiied users of Hexall
"93" Hnir Tonic thuu any similar
preparation we sell.
Start a treatment of Rexall "93"
Hair Tonic today. If you do, wo
believe you will thank us for this
advice. Two mso l>ottlcs, 50c and tl.
You can buy Rexall "93" Hair Tonlo
In this community only at our store;
WALTER BEWS.
BtTtUtoke Brltlub Columbia
TU ^Mtotl Store
Than Is a Reiall Start) in owtr cwry town
•••I oitr In th* United Buton, C»nml» and
Oraat Britain. There is a lUflerrnt Ruall
lUmsdjr for nearly erery ordinary human III —
•aeh tspacislly daiLfMd lor tba particular Ul
for whirl, it Lt reoommtndad.
Tha Raull Starta ara Amarka'a draataat
Drug Storaa
rues
Pontraciva Silver-Grey   stock fatterns
Cups ca, Saucers Regular S3.00 Doz. This week 52.15
2.10
1.55
1.00
1.70
1.25
.90
.45
.30
.55
1.15
.25
97-piece Set of Above, Regular S22 50,   This Week. $14.50
These Dishes are Semi-Porcelain, and   the   pattern   is
guaranteed not to rub off.
SEE   OUR   CENTER   WINDOW
Revelstoke Hardware Company, Ltd.
Dealers in Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Paints, Oils, <T&c.
Agents for Minerva Paints and Oxford Ranges.
8 in.    Plates
3.00
6 in.
2.50
5 in.
2.00
7in. Large Soups
2.50
Oatmeals
2.00
Fruit Saucers
1.50
Gravy Boats
.65
Cream Jugs
.50
Covered Sugars
.75
Vegetable Dishes
1.50
Water Jugs
.40
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& Announcement &
We are now showing the Spring and  Summer
models of
♦ ♦
#0rietij Urattfi
♦t
CLOTHES.
Our position is unique. We are Specialits. We
devote our entire entire energies to the outfitting
of young and progressive, mature men.
We handle the better grades of merchandise for
this class of trade and aim to give a service that
is refined and courteous. See this Clothing. Try
them on, and you will be as enthusiastic as we are.
McRae Mercantile Co.
The Revelstoke Home of Societv Uraml Clothes
and H. S. Peter's Overall*
<xxxyoo ooooo-ooooo-oo^ PAGE FOUR
THE MAIL-HERALD,REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, APRIL 19th, 1913.
0
geslod plenty of precedents for his
closure resolutions, whieh also have
lho support of the common Benso
Citizens everywhere, as tho only apparent way out ni tho parliamentary
deadlock wbich tlm madness of i he obstructionists threatens t'o create at
Ottawa.
Minority   talk, ia  no  substitute    for
majority   rule',   there is  the essence of
' ihe- closure, in a autsnel:.
THIS IS IHE SPORTSMAN'S HEADQUARTERS
Baseball Outfits Complete
Either  for the League Games or the  Small Boy
ALBERTA
Eli
KESULT
LACROSSE
Gl" »DS
FOOTBALL
COODS
TENNIS
GO )D->
fNEW SPRING GOODS
Ladies Tweed Skirts
We have imported direct from
Best English Makers, Our
TENNIS   RACQUETS
The Best Valuer, we have ever shown	
fn.m $2.50 to $7.50.
bpecial
Kates to Club
CROQUET
$2.00 $3.25
SETS
$3.50 Per Set
UMIMHI
Calgary, April 18—Returns from all
iui two ot the Alberta constituencies
show thai Premier riifion was returned io power in the election yesterday,
i.ui by a greatly reduced majority. In
lbe new house of 56 members, the
government will have 83 supporters,
the' Con ervatives 13 and the Independ
ni- I.   Pembina and Clearwater   are
tiil to hoar !• om, wbile no election
has yel bei n uel I in Athabasca or
Peace Uiver.   in the> last bouse, which
■ ei i t-.1 o! ll membecs, the govern-
mrni bad :ii supporters and the oppo-
ition .7.
lion. C.R. Mitohell, minister of puh-
lie     work , was de'eatod    iu Medlcino
lint,  Premier Sifton  wns defeated in'
Macleod and Hon. C.W. Cross, the at- I
to'ney-genoral, was defeated at  ffldson
The Premier and Mr. Cross wero site-!
ccssful     in other    constituencies.    Dr.'
Rutherford, the former Premier of Alberta, wh i ran as an  In lependent   In
Bdmonton South,  w;,.s defeated by H.
II.  Crawford.   A.   (1.  Mackay, former
lender of the  Li'beral party i.i Ontario
run   :n   Ed itOI ton, bill   was   Irate n   by
W.   A.  Grieshach.
Ladies' Suits
Only a few Suits
Special Prices.
left to clear  at
OKI
Pric s $1.75 to $2.50.
rfcs
Ladiss'llcaiss Cresses
u, $3,
ti clear at $2.00.
C
0
lag Wash Ooads
0 ir stock Ntiver !'. Mer. Prices
marked down from 40c. and 35c.
Now     2oc.
Ladies 1-piece Dresses
in White Lawn, and Muslins.
Regular $4 and $5. Your choice
for $2.00
Women's Spring Hosiery
Women's   White Underwear.
I
mmery
illmery
« ii ■) ■
uh
Wc are keeping in touch'with
tho Eastern Market.     Ymi can
dipend upon the latest stjles,
L
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maim.wt*imcK*4ttz..,..jxtiar*i'™*.^'.,in^:nrm,
■tiw vonn. MBHMHMrai
KCSiXaE3r!E112S?43MSE^BnM2$
SbuHsiak? (Crir!.Ci (Elub (Uottml
*.w   m.*..  .    Jim
■ '■ ty,  April 21st,  1913
: p. m. Shar]
CiVIC FUNDS
MISSING
EXPLAINS
CAUSE OF
POVERTY
Machinery Co.'s Quit1 GAMDA'S BEST
l niti'il t baiitlea of Chicago i.s
Cul ary, Alta., April IC—The Cal -
rary Herald (oni lit, tates Ihat it
li is rel'iatle Information lhat three
machinery co npanios have discontinued operations in the province ho-
cause of the new provincial (arm ma-
thlnsry act.     The companies    named
1.*  r\   o
i V., !r\u   vj? 1^1,
..flrogramm*..
1.
Soi
Mr. Geo. * 'awker
2.
— Sketch
Messrs. Boyle ar.d Moi.ck
i
—Song
Mr. Ralph L wrence
4.
—Sidewalk '
ralk
Messrs. All
wood and   Procunier
5.
— Song
Mr. Geo. Hawker
6.
—Monologue
Mr. F. AUwood
7.
Son i
Song
Shtfrrmiasitui
Mr. E. A. Boylo
8.
".Ir. H.  Monck
0.
—Plantation
Seer.   .
10
Song
Mr. F. Paulding
11.
-Chor   -
Misses D. Mi.
F. Lawrence
M. L: .     M.
Mor
zan, and the M
Henderson.
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G \; Notices
c<-- Bnl insertion   anl
c-e nt   in
Sou h  Vancouv r,  April  Ki— Trus ■
i   '     McAith.u' reminded  tho     mcIiooI
beard at  ll      ...  Ing  last ui^bt that
about a year ago the attention oi the
ttustee    ■■ i    dlri c ed to the fa.a that
tl.    Bum ol   P30 ii  was missing     from
th' s 'hool funds, and he said, a school
"in ra tm   attended  before the board
' an l a lum' .1  ihat the     money     ha,l
i "  Patd     in hi- account. Th* board
b id. be    ci nt in ed, pla -ed ike matter
ni the band    ol  the council,  and    be
>• hat was being done
Ol     OVl     tl
Trustee   Me' Vrthui   ae! led     tha       ue
■   ■ .rei shortly for  sun.
atrip ■    he  intended  lolet     This table is a complete answer   to
■••r-  run the  -» hool     board   th..-     who   claim   that  poverty   is duo
le'' left  the     hoard,   io detects in the character of tbe in -
11 ■' the 00, lual andean  be cured by practlc-
'..  it  .voul I brlety, and economy.
tbe se-hool   board   !V in     capitals pi each -ome
■  ■    ive sermons:
. mi nt      in   4,620  case3
from     th -  in 4,311 eases
lem earnings  In 1,576 cases
lty   in   l,44:i  cases
 in  1,361  eases
Ma   irnlty     in 1,'JSfi rases
rIh;
appealing for help. To prove its need arc Nii hols Shepard Company, Baw-
;f funds ii is sending out a very band yet-Masscy compnny and thc. Hart-
comely printed little pamphlet. Fiom Parr company. It is also sai.l thai,
ihis wr learn that seventy thousand .1.1,. "ns.- ro.npany and th • Uumely
,e: I'Mins in Chicago—one in evory twen company havo male big reductions in
ty-seven ni  the    population—appealed their stalls.
to this one organization for aid dur-	
Ing the si igle y. at of 1912.
Atable giving i'he eaues ihat con-
tributod to ibe poverty of the seventeen thousand families to which these
70,00(1 persons belonged is given.
Thi-i table proves -everal things. It
proves firsl o!all lhe uselessness of
-uch societies as the United Charities
for it shows.' thai in an overwhelming
na.iorlty ni the ■ a es poverty is due
l o causes which organized charity can
change aliout as easily as spot- on the
Stucrier publishing Coinranv.
I'miM.I
J.  K.  JOHN'stiN'.   Mnaaarer.
RAI.I'M  .;.   SI I.i' r IN,   K litoi
ADVERTISING RATES.
ud   he
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bu,i CLUB [ihOui
-
in h.
A;;.   . -. ■   Trantiei   ol  li'iuor
chase not) «s, 17.00
lip    'O
100 word?. $7.50. ovei   LOO woi D
propo
All  1 ' ng not
to be   barged    at
rate to ■.       with manager on
application.
'   JNIOV
SATURDAY, APRIL 13th, 1913.
'
. their  tru ■
• k up-
'
e,nahl"
Tiim.-n'   ,
Mr,   Ilor len   di I    not.
handle tbc ives  In
instance   Tbe Dot
for tbe
■ 1 en   to  allow   thai   vain -
r able time and mei •. to .•■ wnstwi in
tool boy     .luarrcls,    If any minority
■ ho h.ippe-n to disagree with   .
1 rnment, .-ne. to lie allowed to tait
I is ly  for   year , lo  the  detriment    of
1 hr- country'-* pres int- business, or   ,1
[allowedto take up tbt position that
'
MPERANCE  in
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 in
 in
M.    DEFII   KM'V r,
IMPRISONMENT   in
 in
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lent   in
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case's
766
cases
''.71
cases
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IN USE 40 YE' RS
GOOD THEN UtTTER N(.W
IVrfect Scale, Purity of Tonp, Suscepli-
li ity of Touch, Keautv of Finish, Work-
nt uieihip mil I'.. i ,i I >i I i\.
Tlio mil Piano eq'iippi-tl «iil»
1 iwaul'-i Patent Suaiuiii^ Rods,
v li i-lii-tisuii's Pi-i-iiiiiiii'iiL-i- and Purity
o: Tone,
OUR PLAYER PIANOS
lA^tii human-like control contains all the
late-eil improvements and devices. They
art* perfect in tone, artistic in clesii»n
ami capable of Riving life-lotio service.
W£ INVITE CCWIPAFSSON
The very best material um! the best
slill that money can secure ate employed in their construction,
The Newcombe Piano Co.
Limited,
McKenzie Ave.. Revelstoke,  R.C.
Head Otlice ami Factory, Toronto, Ont.
Phone, 262
THOM HELLEN
"Juvenile Bostonians"
The Princess Chic
■1,.,
Cricket Club Concert SSt
i'h    • n a im nt   1 f     lhe  ".lu ••>n".le
lie, Ionian "     opera co npany   -n tho
an I romantic opera comiquo
Pa..   1 1 in •.  .■  1 Ible '      begins at  r.he
i-impie s theatre Monday and Tuesday
'' '   Vpril   .'i and ti. i
ih    piece ,   said to be notable   for
,!,y  i,r■!■■' '''    '""   nol only  the quantity bul  thi   quality
..ns lines and the
'<{f§ rnt-Jti Mm/16
Il'l Ihr CLKANF.ST, SIMI'LKST, and BUST IIOMK
DYK, one can bny--Why you don'l rven have io
know Whil K'NO.el Cloll, yourGooda nre made
0I.--S0 Mhtjel.e-a nre ImpOUlbl*.
Bend f..r i-'u-e i:..ie>r Card, story Booklat, and
BookletDjvlog main o( D]r«tnsoT«rotbar colon.
The 11 nr.-.i i-.  1  11  11 mi 1 ,.,1 ,-.■ CO.. Llmiled.
M'.eeee, jl.  ,,,,,.,,!,.
NOTICE
.      ei      elf
11 .him   .itmt
.genuinely ro-
phere ol Its libret'o, The
a    v,,y opera is rather unique among contem-
Girl ComedLns
On V
1 ;ee     Empi
will   he.   Mvi'iM     .-'I     Thiei     Offl
pany •'     1    kind
the wesl , ■
[I   ,vill  •
al.-m.-   Ilnm
ild lhat
■ ked to
in.I      avoid
mo   in'.
LIQUOR  ACT,  1010.
Notice is hereby given that,  on the
T' Klite.r  oi  'his paper,  and  we-  general  elections ran hr. forctv] on ev ,    Athens,  April   15  Tli" Chamber   to-
l- the  public (.'.-nerally.  who have <Ty p"tty issue of policy, than parlla-   day voted Kim- Constantino I. a civil
!-■■ r-h.nc the [iiogn-ss of afTairt mentary systems become a joke              le 1   of     $400,000 and    lhc
•I I •' 1, are getting sick of th" fHr-      Mr. Borden will find as wc have stig-  Queen Oiga ICO/iOfl
poi ai 1    omic opera   in    tbut  Its plot
really     eon Istaihl     ami  ha' much   30th  day of     April next,  application
Iramatlc power,   The chief oharaotera wlU be made to the Superintendent of
Inll m me  are ihe  Princess  Ohio   Provincial Police for the transfer   of
il     in mnn,ly and Cborles tho Hold o:   ibe licence for the sale of liquor    by
Burgandy,   othei   characters  In      the   retail in and upon the premises known
, pera are King Lou!   XI of France Ihe  as the Lake View Hotel, situate   at
i.iii. .1 en    of the Duke and Princess   Arrowhead,    British    Columbia,  from
lepartment ol publli   works     it  and   a couple  ol  rftgmufflo    ralawaga,' Chapman & Irvin, to Chapman    and
i,     ... • , May  who profess to be Soldiers of furttinn. ' .Smith, of Drftish Columbia.
7, lor bbe   umplet*    tl • lure of a oo!)   The chorus Is used to represent hunts-!    Dated this 1st day of April, 1913.
    I' h   1 Im  Thompson river  men, retainei .  man-at-arms, p.-asant-l CHAPMAN and IRVIN,
at Lyt/ton, ai 1. .,   teel brtdge   to bs  lavatioM, courtiers.   The time of   tho Holder of Licence.
Downier   luiiii   alongsMo   the  presettt sun.-lure,   ,,pcrn   Is 1460alld   ihe  place the  Cha-|      Geo. T. Chapman and N. B. Smith
and • np( 1  iru. 111..   metal  for thi- snmc   lean of Oharlei   the Mold  of l'.niynndy Applicant  for  Transfer. UB
■■■■■HBi
SATURDAY, APRIL 19th, 1913.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGE FIVH
All During March There
iJ* be Plenty of Bargains Displayed in This
Store, Watch for Them
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. JJ. J$ ume & Co., J^imited
Watch Our Windows for
Special Lines and Bargains During March and
Look at Price Tickets.
Hair Ornaments
New Lot of Ladies'  aad    Children';*    Hair    Ornaments,
and Hair Oombs and Barettes   at  10c to $5.00
Ladies' Undergarments
i adies' New spring Under Ctarments, in Fine Cotton,
and i.i le Knit Good . We have a Special just now,
all sizes, l'orott-1 or Areo Knit Vests at Three for ONE
DOLLAR, or each  35e.
Children's Wash Dresses
A I.oi of childs' Wash Dresses have eome our way at
a price we ean give you a real llarcnin in these, They
are ,., lot of German a id French Made Dresses to tit
Children One to Five years. You know (ho j;ood wash-
in,' kind we always sui. Th'y wero a^-'orted prices up
to  $2.00.   Your  choice if the lot at each  90.-
Sewing Cottons
We always sell Standard   Se.w-in,'   Cotton   at Six 200
Yaid  Spools for 25c   or Per Dozen  50
WASH GOODS
NEW CRBPOLINB ( OTTON WASH GOODS IN AN
ARRAY OF BRIGHT SPRING COLORS, AMONG
THHJM, LINDEN GUEP.N. COPENHAGEN BLUB, NELL
ROSE, OIRIOB SHELL PINK, LUAKBR GREY, NICE
SOFT   CRINKLE   MATERIAL,      'IS.       INCH     WIDE.   AT
ONLY TEH YARD  a15c
SILK AND LISLE HOSE
WOMEN'S FINE BLACK AND COLORED SILK
AND L1SLH HOSE FOR SPUING AND SUMMER.
THOSE GAUSS LISLE AND SILK THAT ARE SO
MUCH WANTED ARR HERE. ALSO ALL WEIGHTS,
AND COLORS OF HOSE THAT ARE NEEDED PROM
20    CENTS TO   $1.50
FRIDAY BARGAIN
CHILDREN'S COTTON VESTS; FIT CHILDREN
FROM 4 TO 15 YEARS: PURE WHITE,
SHORT SLEEVES	
15c. Each
New Lot of Embroidery
New Lot of Embroidery Threads,
Colored D, M. 0., White  D.  M.  O.
Colored   Cotton   l'irle New   Linens
broidery   work.
Roman Silk Floss,
White Feri Lu^ta,
and  Scrims for Em-
Royal Society Embroidery
Royal Society Embro dery Work in Packages. By a
Lucky purchase we hive i ome into pee ies Ion of a
quantity of this Beautiful Fancy Work in l'aekages.
Some in Colored Work on Linen, such as Ce'ntre Pieces,
Cushions, Drapes, Et.. and others are White Work on
White Materials, such as Caps shields, Coats. Ladies'
Night Gowns, Corset Clivers, K.tc Each Package contains an Article stain.ird in Designs and enough threads
to complete, with instiuctions. We have nlready sold
a lot of these and th'y arc L-ivini; entire- satisfaction.
You can buy them at the Bame price here a-' in Chh'ago
and    New York   35c.    to $1.25
Scotch Gingham
New Lot oi Scot'-h Ginghams, right from the' 'Old
Country." The Fam us Washwell brand, full 80in.wlde.
An immense assortment of lovely tints' and colorings,
Lindon Greens, CadetLlue. Salmon Rink Vale Blue.
Heather  Browns,  at ,  15c.
im
lyr-.a..'. ta ■ .'.fir
aura
/test,'
H    S
1 '■
p
rni
Department
s
'nn
rows
Honest workmanship, materials that wear,
and the UNION LABEL; these three points
make our line of Working Trousers the best
in the City. Combined with these points,
our extremely low prices won't let you pass
them up.
MEN'S TWEED TROUSERS-Medium weight,
brown and gray shades $2.00 Per Pair
.MEN'S TWEED TROUSERS-Heavier weight,
full finished, first-class trimming,	
 $3.00 Fer Pair
MEN'S WORSTED TROUSERS -Hand woven,
imported worsted, belt straps, side straps,
two hip pockets. The best of good valnea,
 $3.50 Per Pair
MEN'S HAIR LINE TROUSERS.—Medium
weight, two hip pockets, wear like iron	
 $3.75 Per Pair
-MEN'S BLUE SERGE TROUSERS-Full weight,
medium coid, belt straps, two hip pockets,
side straps $4.00 Per Pair
EN'S HOSIERY
We import our Hosiery direct from the English mill and can offer you values such as
you have never had come your way before.
Every line is carefully selected and offers a
maximum of  wear for a minimum of cost.
MEN'S BLACK CASH " TRIUMPH "-Medium weight, seamless. The best three for
a dollar sock in the City 3 For $1.00
MEN'S ELACK CASH " RING TOE "--Heavy
cashmere,   close woven,   seamless.   It will
outwear any 75c. socks you have seen	
 50c. Per Pair
MEN'S TAN   CASHMERE-Medium weights,
all shades 	
 40c. Per Pair
MEN'S BLACK WORSTED-Ribb heavy weight
a good hard wearer.    Price 35c.   Per Pair
We have secured the sole agency
for the Classic Shoe for the City and
have just opened a complete line of
their Children's Goods. Let us show
you the new wide toe lasts in leathers that wear and which keep their
shape.
ALL SIZES IN CHILDREN'S, MISSES AND GIRLS
LOW HEEL BOOTS UP TO SIZE 5'•
Owr Grocery and Crockery" Department
The Best Medicine on Earth for Colds
JOHNSTON'S FLUID BEEF, (16 ounce Bottles)
BOVRIL, 4 ounce bottles,
BOVRIL,  2 ounce bottles,
$i.oo
65c
35c
A Large  and Well Assorted List of Pickles
Crosse & Blackwell's Walnut, pts. 35c qts. 65c
,, Mixed pts. 35c qts. 65c
,,  Chow-Chow pts. 35c qts. 65c
,, Gerkins pts. 35c qts. 65c
,, White onions pts. 35c qts. 65c
,,   Imp. Relish pts. 35c	
,,        Oriental pts. 15c	
,, Sweet pickles pts. 40c	
Swan Bean Chow-Chow and Mixed	
 20 ounce bottles, 35c
Victoria Cross Chow-Chow and Mixed 35c
Heinze's Sweet Sauce and Chow-Chow and
Indian Relish in Bottles.
Gillard's Relish, Chutneys, Pin Money Pickles
Steven's White Onions, Mixed,  Chow-Chow,
Walnuts and Gerkins.
THE FUREST OF OLIVE OIL. (Made In Italy)
Half Gallon Tins
Quart Bottles
Half Pint Bottles.
Pint Bottles
1 1*1*11T1 ii'i iti iti ii'i il*' ii'i iTi 1 t'l tli ii'i 1T1A r'tt 1T1 r*t*i it\ 1T11T1 ■*£*! iti 1T1 iti ii'i it*i ■**' ■**■ ■**' ■*** ■**■ •**** A *'**■ »**■ **■
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Specials For Friday and Saturday $
I
*fr Pine Apple, Sliced, in tins      IOc *fr
T Pine Apple, in Cubes     IOc J
A Two 12-oz. Tins Schilling's Baking Powder ..   65c «|»
* f
■■•fra   «*fr» e^e t'fr. •'l't »^» .^t »*K ■'J*. .^» «^« .T» «^» .+» »♦■ »*t*. ■'K .*K &. &. «^» A. »'t'» «*t*» ."£. t^i .'t'* i'l** |"t** ifra i'IK l't. |A |*fr| l't. |fr| all
TTT IB TTT TJJ t fl ITI ITI ITI 1*1 If' 'X'   X' 'X    X    X    X    X    X    X   tX    X    *    X    X    X  TXT *x    X    X    X    X    X    X    X    X    X   ^^
House Furnishing Department
Reduction Sale on Carpet Squares still on. Do not wait but buy now.
VERANDAH SCREENS-Something everyone requires. They will
keep out the sun and at the same time let the air in. We have them in all
Sizes and colors.
WALL PAPER-~We carry a complete stock and can please every taste.
We also handle Beds, Mattresses, Comforters. Pillows, Curtain Shades, Curtain Rods, Linoleum, Carpet Sweepers.   Goods and Prices are Right. FAGE  SIX
THE MAIL-HERALD,  REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, APRIL  19th,   1913.
P. BURNS & CO., Limited
OYSTERS. SPRING CHICKENS
IMPERATOR AND SHAMROCK
HAMS  AND BACON  a Specialty.
P. BURNS & GO., Limited
fBsSMSMSfcIHI I » wi'SiaiilBTwfflgglwIBIBiaii^^ 9)
■k..at%^%^>^'JVi>^.^V-niv*\i.^^».%^'*^%%^Mk^^%'^<li^-Xk^l'».
{      DISTINCTIVE CUT GLASS
«*	
Vases, Bowls, Comports,
Manufactured by "Libby"
BE NOT DECEIVED
j C. P. R. WATCH INSPECTOR
4^
5
GOVERNMENT
RUSHING H.B.
RAILWAY
Le Pas, Mau., April 15—One or tho
chiel ofllcialb1 of the Hud-on Bay railway is authority for the statement
lhat one hundred nnd twenty-live men
will he' started Wednesday, on tlie
building of the spur iru.lt to the gra-
' vel pit a toss the river.
[fall goes well bftllaiJt And track-
laying work will be in full s'wrag with
in the' next tour weekB. Two thousand men will be employed on •onsttuc
tion work this season. The engineers
are now expeel a% orders to procoed
with tho construction of a temporary
roundhouse after which work on the
ti'iiniiutU including a large passenger
Btatlon will he started without  delay.
M i stated that the' bridge em Man-
itee ir ipids will bo only four hundred
foot lien; nn.l the un.' n' Kafctle rapids
i'm.i' Feel long. Both bridge* will he of
tie' eantllover type. It is understood
lhal lhe contrai t for the teel oi tho
first ohm h is air ady bi en given.
%^'^^^-^^^k'^''*-'*a''i-^'*e''^*',^1*'',iV'^',^',*V'<*'*'1Bl '*-',fc'^*^ **•■*-"••-'
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros.
Props.
First-Class in all
respects.
All Modern
Conveniences
RATES. $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Rates
REVELSTOKE. Li. C.
. . . it Mkiht Be Cold. . .
IBTTT
It is always hot in the plunge at Halcyon Hot Springs,
whose natural hot medicinal waters are the most wonderful health restorer on the Continent Our record of cures
of rheumatism and other chronic complaints is unequalled
and verified by our gratified patrons. Located among th.'
greatest scenery of Canada, easy of access, -tho Sanitarium is luxuriously fitted and finished for comfort and
convenience of guests.
Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. BOYD, Proprietor. -       Halcyon. Arrow Lakes
N O T I C E
D. Company 102nd, Reg. R. M. R., beg to announce that thej' wil
i dances in the Prill Hal! <>n the 2nd. nnd Uh    I
'.. mi mth. Dates »i!'. I ows:
January 10th. and 24th, 1913.
February 14th    ,l   28th.    "
March 14th.        "   28th.    "
April 11th. ■•   25th.    "
Tbt '■ teed   Music t".   ■
R. M. R. Dance Committee
C. H. Brock, Chairman.
L. E.GRIFFITHS
Hay, Grain and Feed
Office :
Cumming's Transfer Co.'y
Second Street
G. W. HALL,
Manager
PATS1E HENRY
"juvenile Bostonians"
RAIi I iiv.ii
LAbl I
un manic
A HOME OF YOUR OWN
sprils    more   comfort   ami   happiness
than a rented house ever enn.
When you can get such ran- values in
desirable
REAL ESTATE
at our easy terms,   why   nr.t   own   your
own home?
Come in and sec our lists ami  lei  ns
kn.ew your needs and preferences.
KOOTENAY AGENCIES. Ltd.
A. E, Kincaid, Manager,
Vr
"\
IF-*!
YOU WANT TO
BUY OK SELL :
LAND
A HOUSE
A BUSINESS
FURNITURE, &c.
Wi- can help you '
Just advertise in the
REVELSTOKE MAIUItRALD
The exclusive advertising
medium for this district,
Everybody will see your ndvei
tisement and the cost is only
10c. Lino    Minimum Charge, 25c
V	
w.
H.
WALLACE,  M.B.C.S.A.
ARCHITECT
Box 205
, Telephone 313, RevelBtoke
March mt     HQT    CROSS
buns
March
218t
If
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y the:
A   FEW    SPECIALS
FOR
EASTER
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Churned   New    Zi                 "er.
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Ask fot De Jot
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Box
71
tbl. 4i       a  Hobson
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band on boar'.
nevei   played   -Nearer
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•h'' /.Ifi wh<m h<> en,
.   • ' .        nr  Dymn.
pan ir  womUI hnvn t (•mil ted   Kiting the
■    n Um ;.
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Uit thing srantsd,'Thus wo h»»<i   hn
final  •*•:  D«N     I   tlM  myth  t,\  tha
Tltanif  band,    of ooari .  \ .*   t,-ii
unfortunate that «ifii » ntco ttranuttia
llOIlM    he.    prlfkivl     llllQ    a   Il'l',!.  ".
I,iit  t.hriit.h hnn a nasty hnln!   'if Inter
fi-rlnt:   w.'h    i.etillrnnni."—Kyft Opener.
HARVEY,  MfCARTER
AND  PINKHAM,
Barristers,  Solicitors,  Etc
Imperial   Hank   Building   Revtl-
stoks, B. C.
Money to Losb
Offices—Revelstoke,    B.   0..     aad
Cranbrook. B. 0.
Gso. 8. MeCarter.
A. M. Tinkham, J. A. Harvey
Revelatoke. Cranbrook
COURT     MT.      BEC.BIE.
OF I. 0. V.
No. mi.
Meets in I. 0. 0. F. Hall next to
Tapping's Opera House every eecond
and fourth Monday in month. Visiting bretbren cordially welcomed.
H. V. MORGAN, 0. R.
WM.   8.   CAMERON,   Rec.-Ssc.
SELKIRK     LODGE  IJ,  1.  0.  0. F.
Msete »v»ry Thursday evening in
Selkirk Hall nt 8 o'clock. Visiting
brethren  cordially Invited.
0.  NORTH, N. Q.
■IAS   MATHIE, 8ec.
KOOTENAY      LODOB.  No.  H A.  F.
aud A.  M.
Regular meottntfa are held In MASONIC TBMPLB, Oddfellows' HaU
i.n the Third .Mondav in reach mr.nth
at h p. m. viaitlng brethren are
ally   welcome.
J. HI HAMILTON, W. II.
A. 0. BROOKER. Secretary.
O.   W. 0.  W.
Mountain View Camp,  No. tit.
Meets Second    and     Fourth  Wednesdays    In each  month  ln    Selkirk
Hal).      Visiting  Woodraea  ars
cordially iavlted to attend
JAMES  McINTYRH,  0.0,
H. W. EDWARDS, Clark.
If sparrow* wero e,0 rare that thejr
rost $r,0 i-i\ih tbs women would trim
■their hate,  with them.
REVELSTOKE 1/JYAL ORDER
MOOSB Na. HU
Maata     every  "rat and third Tt.ea-
dar   hi  Oddfe.lowa   Hall.      Vtattlag
brathan cordially iaritad to  »tUn<L
H.   Bdwarda,  Dictator.
H. L. Hang, Secretary.
BEWS   DRUG  STORE
m
ii
^4
Brownie's $1 to $..00
Folding Brownie's     '$5 to $12
Kodaks $10 to $B5
Winter or Summer
You Can Kodak
BEWS  The SfeftO&Zi Store
———MB .•.•*.' o.n..tiMBBBfi^
REDUCTION IN ELEGTRtCAL FIXTURES
Are you wanting any Electrical Work Done ?
If so, call at the Revelstoke Plumbing <T&
Sheet   Metal  Co.'s Store, Connaught Avenue.
A. G. DUCK
ELECTRIC   SUPPLY   STORE
I'liom- 281
Night Phone -in
'. 0.  Box 1.'
a££ra&aasucau2a9x?unn
ShilohlM
The   family   remedy   for   Couehe   end  Cold.
"Bhlloh cott. ao   little   and dote   ao much I'
Howson C&> Co., Ltd.
Furniture, Carpets and Linoleum at Eastern Prices, Freight
oAdded.
Howson £Sl> Co., Ltd.
xnm&mjizzuwaEtztJL*
mXCiHAMS   MUSIC   STORE
McKENZIE  AVE. Revelstoke.
II. 0.
Representative
i'liu
Phone 262.
115b
MUSICAL.   INSTRUMENTS  OF   AI,I,   KINDS
EVERYTHING   IN   MUSIC
Take advantage of an exceptional opportunity. Call at BINCHAM'S MUSIC
STORE and inspect the large stock of Mandolines. Violins, Cuitars, Aonord-
eons, Piccolos, Flutes, Multi-Flutes, Harmonicas, Sheet Music, Albums,
Player Piano Rolls, Silk Piano Drapes, Etc, Selling at Eastern Prices
Edison Phonographs and Viotor Cramophones with Cood Stook of Records.
Also 250 Edison Wax Records selling at 40c t» clear. (Usual price, 65c). Ask
for Catalogue of the New Edison Blue Soal Unbreakable Records.
Come Early and Get First Choice.
Piano Tuning and Repairs a Specialty.
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
Laundry.   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 SATURDAY, APRIL 19th, 1913.
THE MAIL-HERALD,  REVELSTOKE
PAGE  SEVEN
l»'»l,«T-
PROVING HER HUSBAND'S BOAST
that she isn't the only "best" cook on
earth,    lie's been patronizing our
FINE    RESTAURANT
s:> often and praishur our prime roasts,
juicy steaks, tender lamb, etc., that her
curiosity has brought her to mir pleasantly arranged Restaurant. Our menu
is before her. No wonder she smiles
approval.
I.et our prices catch her eye and she'll
wonder h iw we do it.
WINDSOR    CAFE
A. <t. TllI.VKISON   M ma1,'■■!■.
SMYTHE'S
Plymouth Bocks
EGGS Q EIATCHiNG
flAHRED    ROCKS  	
Exhibition  Strain   $5.00
PARTRIDGE    ROOKS 	
Exhibition  Strain     $5.00
WHITE    ROCKS	
Exhibition  Strain   ?3.00
BUFF    ROCKS 	
Exhibition   Strain  IS.00
Second Ten Barred Rocks  $3.00
e Per Setting o: 15 Eggs)
My Barred White Hurt Rocks have won
Wherever     shown   at both Provincial
Shows  I  won   Six Prizes      :      :
STOCK FOP. SALE.
ROY  SMYTHE
REVELSTOKE
Luml)
umDermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   Be   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -   Rovelstoke, B. C
before buying vour out-
lit of working clothes
t r the bush, I make a
specialty of Logging
Shoes, Pants, Sox, Shirts
Blankets and everything
require I in v vir i>tn in**».
t. G. BURRIDGE & SON
Plumbers and Tinsmiths
Repaii"S,    Hot Air and Furnace
work a Specialty
-WORK   SHOP—
Connaught Avo.   -   Revelstoke
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer      Draying
Handling Pianos a  Specialty
Phone 42  -   Night Phone 85
NOTES
FROM
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Oven Results From A
Gurney » Oxford Ra nge
The va'.ue cf a stove to a woman is measured
by the successful results in cooking obtained
from the oven. With this primary object in
view, stove experts have invented means of absolute control over the distribution of heat to
every part cf the range.
The Gurney-Oxford is constructed with a
Divided Flue that carries the heat to the back
cf the sieve through two different divisions.
By this scientific arrangement the two back
lids of the stove are given equal cooking value
a^.nd the even is thoroughly surrounded by a
steady eve;':   heat.
Wich a Gurney-Oxford, it is never necessary to open the even door several times during the baking of a pan cf biscuits to turn
them around next the heat.
Biscuits, pastry, cal:e, cr bread all bake evenly,
rise evenly, and brown evenly without any attention whatever from the cook.
A simple device aptly called thc Economizer
regulates the exact temperature cf the oven
Ly moving a small lever around a scries cf
dx notches. A woman scon learns the important value cf each notch, one cf which immediately checks thc hottest f;re and keeps it
low until che requires ic again.
A wonderful cooking reputation is made and
lived up to through a Gurney-Oxford range.
Revelstoke Hardware Co., Ltd.
9j®® ^^^«*#«^^€$J*i*. **■£*«£$
17
JUST OPENED UP  UNDER  NEW  MANAGEMENT
The Kootenay Brewery
£1
ALE
Manufacturing
PORTER      LAGER  BEER
A. COLARCH, PROP.
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
&.
GIVE  US A  TRIAL ORDEFT^5^
FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL
It mikei no (tliTrrcnco wlnit you il^'uro oa
planting Hill lesson -wa can supply Jt I.
nml Willi <lio nnot iiuntlly of d" «lj swell
vt'rt frotfO,
All tree", je';in!«, Tlnr*. herrle*. ibrtlba,
fvprgiTena. react. cu\, lolel ley m are luor
Iced
Tit I'M TO ItAMO
It   Will    ['IV    V'll    tee   BJOt    I"    lOHfll    "llll    111
,,   KYI UV PLANTER NKKDS OUR BOO!
LANDSCAPE GARDENING
8c   WHAT TO  PLANT"
32 PAGES,        IO"*(STAMPS)
FRASER
(VALLEY
URSERIESL"
RICHARD Mc-COMB,CENlMCR
BOX.A.ALDERGROVE.B.C.
Here are -ome of the latest uayingJ
of Luke MeLuke, whose observations
are published daily in the Cincinnati
Lniuirer:
A woman is as old as she looks, but
-lie is never as young as she acts.
Why is it that a bald-headed man
always carries a pocket comb?
After a girl has been marrif-d fivo
weeks she suddenly reallz.s that
ttere are actually more tbau two
persons in the world, and the honeymoon is ended.
I
A skinny girl is always weighing
herself and hoping, but you can't get
a fat girl near a pair of scales.
To the pure all things are pure.
That's the reason, we bave bo many
reformers in this country.
You may think that thero ls a lot
I of trouble in this world. But wait
until tbey get things down so fine
tbat a girl can read a man's thoughts.
The man who won't drink water at
night is .-nre to call for it in the
morning.
Needles, B.C., April 15—Last >\eok
the committee appointed to arrange
for an opening dance and supper in
aid of tlie Horticultural and Agricul -
tural society mot at Needles, and arrangements were made to hold .ifjrm-
al affair on May 2. The comrnltti>u is
to meet again on April l,r> and ar-
iaiig'0 tho linul 'details,
'I'h ■ Needles Farmers' institute held
their second (juarterly meeting in the
Horticulural and Agricultural ball at
Nee,11''- on Saiuiday last, tbe mem.
! us turning out in good numbers,
aboul thirtj being present. The chair
was kept busj during bho evening ow-
Irg to tlie business mattei'8 brought
up and It was finally deeded to pro-
t.nv the orders for wire and wire fence
fence from a hardware firm in Nel-
■ on.
Tho directors are to secure prices
mi a mixed ear of Hour feed, and orders will be received by the secretary
for tbe Simeon tho notioe of price
being posted. Already there is one
car load ordereh, audit may lie ne-
ce saiy ui have two ears lo meet tho
requirements of the members.
Thi."    question of    procuring     pure
bred stock from the slock department
came up for consideration,    and   two I
shorthorn bulls will  be  purchased on1
the receipt  of prices from the department,  one gone; into the     Whatshaw j
valley,    the    Othsr    on the east side
of the lake.   The question of bogs was
held over until more definite information  is received, the same thine-; being
done  with the correspondence respect-
In r   live  travelling library.
The' assignment of stumping powder (300 eases) was shipped on March
2^ from Vancouver, and is expected
at any date. i
B. Neiderman paid a visit over Saturday at home.
M.C. Po-t and family left la->t week
for  the western   Stales.
James O'Reilly of Edge-wood paid a
visit to Needles on Sunday, visiting
bis old friends. |
R. Fulmore cf Edgewood has completed his plastering contract on
George Jroft's bungalow at the same
time H. Bow-den finishing the luiild -
ing of the fire-place and chimney. Mr. j
Croft expects to move into this new
dwelling during tho coming we?'.t.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Oswald have been
confined io th ir beds with throat
trouble for several days.
R. H. Ford met with a serious and
very painful accident lasi week. While,
engaged in skidding up logs for fire
wood, the log he was rolling slipped
cn the skid, log and skid coming down
on his leg above the knro. He is
however, on the road to reeovery, and
expects to be ahout again in a few,
weeks',
W. B. Saltans of     ("'resent     Valley, |
v. bo wns here arranging for thj   sale
of  his  ran -h, returned   Ia9t  Saturday, j
Presbyterian     church  Bervicea    wer;
I. hi in the  hall at  NVelles  on  Sunday'
-afternoon,     Mr. Ronnldson. of Edge-
wood conducting the services.
V.C. Fauquier expects another family nf settlers to arrive shortly. j
The Conservative Association called
a spe. ial meet ing at Whatshan last.
eveninj for the purpose of discussing
the government road appropriation
t for the coming season, thc question of
a foreman being brought  up also.
Several families have moved on to
thsir ranches in the valley. Thn snow
is ahout gone and spring wmk on the
lan.l  will be in  progress in n few hay-i
B. Read returned from Nedson yesterday.
The -'leatncr Minto met the southern boat Rossland at Faiuntiers yesterday, this being her first trip down
this spring.
Milled
from the best
ofthe
LWesfs best wheats
Takes
more water,
[makes more loavesj
LAsk your dealer.
—^
PURITV FLOUR
FLOUR
.■ More Bread
and Better Bread
«»■ tow >»«[>
PURITY FLOUR
Sold by A. Hobson & Co., Revelstoke
Amend Railway Act
Ottawa, April IC—Hefore tlm bouse
went into commit (oc yesterday, Hon.
(i.r. Qrabatn introduced a bill to am
end the Railway Aet which provides
tbat railways mimt obtain the permission of the railway hoard belare changing tbo position of terminal or divisional points and that the railways
must pay uil losses to employees on
account of moving such stations. The
former minister of railways instanced
the changing of Ihe O.P.R. divisional
point from Carleton Place to Smiths
Falls and the propound chan.-r to the
(Irand Trunk from Uokvillc to I'res-
cott. He understood tho cons'olida-
tion of the Uailway Ac', was about
complete and asked that the amendment be Included,
Hon. Frank Ckchrnne said 'hat lt
had been his inlent'ion to include such
an amendment and tho bill wasgivon
its first reading.
Pen/Ingle
THAT is the name, and
below is tlie trademark,
you are to look for next
time  you buy underwear.
Your size in any garment
with that trademark will
fit perfectly, will outwear
ordinary underwear, will
not shrink. Yet you pay
nothing extra for this
extra value; and you get our
Guarantee of " money back
if you can fairly claim it."
Made at Paris in Canada,
by PENMANS limited.
The New
Blue Amberol Records
played on an
Edison Phonograph
will give you more pleasure than any records or any sound-
instrument have ever been capable of giving you before. Th
the Hlue Amberol has caught all of the richness and
beauty of the music sung or played by the crcat artists, and
because the Edison Phonograph brings out all that is in
the Blue Amberol. And the pleasure you take in ymir
Edison and Blue Amberols vvill never diminish because
the Blue Amberol will never wear and is practically
unbreakable.   Hear them today at your Edison dealer's.
Thomas A. Ediion. Inc., 100 Lakeside Ave, Orange, N. J., U. S.
A complete line of Edison Phonographs and Records will b
reproducing
is is because
c found at
JOHN  BINGHAM'S
Style is that indefinable
something  that lends
character and distinction
to the appearance.
754
IN FIT-REFORM Garments,
you get the work of the greatest
designers of Men's Suits and
Overcoats in Canada. These
men are artists, who originate
the styles that well-dressed
men are pleased to wear.
MeKinnon &
Sutherland
Laughton C&, Tapping, Props.          First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
European Plan
Open Day and Night.          -           Meal Tickets, $6.00
MONTHLY BOARD PAGE EIGHT.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, APRIL 19th, 1913.
I
*>-%^^^.-% %%•»-*% »* +v
r LOCAL AND      \
i GENERAL t
Lawrles  of Toroiitn.   Is
Miss   Annie
in  town.
ind son ol Banfl
last Wednesday-
F.
arrived
ot Vancouver, came
noon east bound,
iu
Mabey
< '    lay's
W.L. Oarwtord, ,.: Oraigellachit  was
at the Kir.g Edward la-: Thursday.
.-    \   Smith ..; Van ouver, wn- trail
-.ncs- here this mid-week.
I
,,       Mmon I   ati I H. Rutlwlgi
,  ! visitors to   the
V.C. Yoder, and  Miss   B. Yod-
i   in on Wedne days
h   uh tra n.
A . x Ch timers ol Van 'ouver, wa i a
passeng i   on Th irsday's early     e.i I
J. Pogg of Greenwood, nude the
1 . trip to transact business in the
<i-v  yesterday.
it. Bi yd e.i Okanagan Landing, was
a . ng the many Okanagan vi itors to
tow:; on Thursday of this week.
John Lawson, an ol.l timer in Rev-
•   Reeve of West V am ou
and  lias a | rosp rous  real estate
; SS,
j i Fi rris, H.D. Forde, J.W. Row
,-.   an I W.D.  Miller, formed a quar e
ti . In   .-     men t.e
..: ast   Thursday.
B.D.  F1i*Ml-j  wife and     children     of
Ihtee Valley-ai» in the city today.
j.r. Forde, government engineer, ia
On an ollicial visit this week to Nelson
R.  M.   Smythe, a few days ago    refused the sum of $1*1,000 for nisprop-
city on   First stroet.
Mr. and Mrs.  A.  Saunders    it  Rog -
ers Pass, came down the lull on Thurs
. day, and are at the King Edward.
!    The reserve seat  licketsfor the Ju-
1 venile   llostonians Monday  and Tuos-
, day evenings arc selling fast at    Mac-
iIoiiuIiI'm  drug  store.
i Cricket Club concert in opera nousi
Monday evening. This is a local enter
talnment, purely  local  talent   .vith ih>'
1 objei t   purely  losal.   Don'l  miss it.
! BUSINESS
LOCALS j
SALES and WANTED
IOc. Line
Minimum 25c
WANTBD—A  General  Servant.  Apply
to Mrs. F. M. Gibson, Sixth St.
a St.        •
!c ia   a f<i n 1 1      ^^
SOCIAL AND
PERSONAL
A May Day Shirt Waist Dance is a1    "The Princess Chic" comic opera ln  WANTED—Furnished   House  for small
Apply to Mart-
i
i
In ihi
ll a.m
Spirit"
them, '
lo,  Mi.
■ Mi tlio,list  church,  Sunday at
. subject, "How  io Obtain the
; 30 p.m..  Song  Service; an-
\    le With Me," by choir; so-
F,  Paulding;  duct,  "That De-
novelty in Rovelstoke.   It will be glv- three acts,  by  tho    Juvenile Boston-
.■n by the Girls'  Hospital Auxiliary at ians,  Bmpress theatre Monday night.
the opera house on Thursday, May 1.1 „»,„,„, a
,,,,,,     , ,  ,        .,,  ,     .."       ' Miss li. McMahon has opened up   a
All of  Kevelstoke v .11 be there. ,. .   ....        .     ....
I ladies dressmaking establishment with
"The Daughter of the Regiment" by headquarters over the     McRae Dlock,
the Juvenile Bostonians, Kmpress the- MoKenzie avenue,  Revelstoke.     plain
atre,  Tuesday  night. sewing for ladies and children.     Lad-
I its own materials made up.
Tho first  Canadian  contingent  that
went to the Boer war were insured for
$1,000,000 in the Ocean Accident and
Guarantee Corporation. Tho Rovelstoke Fire Brigades are also insured
in this company. Tho special agent
for this company Is Chas. M Field —
Best policy in the market issued to all
especially to railroaders.
fainiljl. no children.
Herald.
NURSE PORTER—Maternity and Gen
cral Certificated Nurse, open for engagements.    Dox   'Hit;,   Revelstoke,
Mr. Gamble of Craigellachie, was a.
visitor in town this weok.
Mr.  Cummings and family h.wo ro -
moved to their home on Cleurvlew.
Cancel   all other engagements     tor
the Cricket Club concert on     Monday
evening at tho opera house.   All      of F°R
Revelstoke will bo there.
TO RENT—Furnlshui Trout Rooms,
in quiot house, gooi locality. Apply Mrs.  Juckson, />'ifth stroet, cast
Mr.
Clear
there.
David Oir
iow,  and it
lias bought lots in
putting up a homo
autlful Land," by Mrs. E. Davis and
p, Sam-mi; quartette, "Fountain oi
Life Everlasting." The public are
cordially invited,
The Young People's Society of St,
John's church will hold a debate ou
Tues-daj evening. The BUbject is :—
"Resolved that Canada is justified in
excluding Orlen als." Four young
mill will open llie- di8CUSSion an.I.then
others will have an opportunity to express their view-. This i-1 a I've sub-
led ai the present time and an Interesting meeting is expected. The meeting is opi n. to lhe publir.
OBITUAfiY
Only four companies settled their
losses in full in the San Francisco
earthquake and fire, of which the London Assurance Corporation was one.
This company paid out $7,000,000 iu
that disaster, their poll ies are written here by Chas. M. Field.
Forty years in use, 20 years the
standard, prescribed aud recommenel.
ed by physicians. For Woman's Ailments, Dr. Muriel's Female Pills, al
your druggist.
Railroaders,  beware. Do not put on
RENT—House   for   Rent   and
mall amount of Furniture for Sale.
House centrally  located.   Apply    to
Si'O Chas M.  Field aliout that Life     jjox 1)14
Policy you are contemplating putting _	
on in the company of which Lord ^uR SALE—Quantity of 1'otatoos,
Strathcona und the President of tho ami Turnips, second to non.i In D.
Dank of Montreal are directors. 0.—Apply Geo
Mrs. W. A. Sturdy will receive on
Wednesday April 2.1 rd, and not again
until the fall.
Mrs. Alvin Urquhart leaves tomorrow morning to join hei husband at
Rogers' Pass.
GALT COAL is  handled  exclusively!
in Revelstoke by  ihe  Revelstoke General  Agencies, Ltd.
Re\ elstoke
Tlle Gun Club enjoyed the tirst shoot
of  th'  season at,  lbe  traps  ou Thins
MatheSun, Box 437,  day  afternoon.
11. I
 .1    Mrs.   Howard     Trueman of Rogers"
I'ass, is here visiting her sister,   Mrs.
Haug  of  Sixth street.
We have made arrangements wllh
the Taube Optical Co.. of Vanoouver,
and Calgary for their eye-sight special ~—
1st, Dr. S.L. Taube, who has had for- COOK—Competent
ty-two years experience in the optical
business to be at our store on Friday
toe lxth of April. If there is any -
thing wrong with your eye-sight, do
not fail  to consult him.   All work    is
WANTED—Small furnished house or
house-keeping rooms for the summer
West of McKenzie avenue preferred.
Apply P.O. Box 732, City.
male Cook with
ten years experience in hotels and
restaurants of Western States, seeks
position. Write Cook, Dox D., Revelstoke, B.C.
life or accident insurance without first  guaranteed absolutely  as  tested.  Dia-
looking over the attractive and low
priced policies offered you by Ohas.M.
Field, in his sound and reliable companies.
inond Hall, Revelstoke.
Now that the snow is oil the roof.—
Me is doin; it again—Who, the Chim
ney Sweep, at  the Ori.ntal hotel.
visit   Revel-
Cancel all  other   engagements     for
lay and     Tuesday  evenings, be -
■   the   Juvenile-  Bostonians  will be
Empi -s theatre.
: i>  afternoon the Juvenile BoS-
.'. ill arrive on the Bouth train,
o ng to meet them.     Re -
i thi..  are all h'weet sixteen.
W. Boyd the genial manager of th-
fami - Ban ariura al Halcyon Hot
Spi he city,   He arrived in
-.   .'.:. on las' even ng's south  train.
The flist it. ket match of the seas-
...: this afternoon, Cricket Clul.
grounds, Revelstoke, west, commencing at 2:15 p. m. Revelstoke Cricket
Clu 'is Forest  Mills
I : ... ver and ovei again that
p very was    aused     by  intemperance;
1   ay,  after twenty one years   of
ind  observation, that intemper
ts -.1 bj  poverty—Fran te
Wi lai I
hurchwell,  Swift i-  Co,'-    p
i hica:o. a comp
; ■.   y.v. 1 ir:. the general manager for
Canada, have been
in the  pas;   iew days with
a v:- .. •    enlarging and branching out
arket.
ihi   auskices of the B.C. Aus-
' the I'analiau Bible Society a
Ul lx held on We lnw lay even ng,  A I In the  i resbyterian
CONCERNING
REVELSTOKE
OLD TIMER
Don't overlook the     Cricket     Club     Over 25
Heat iis in any community  are     al -  concert  Monday evening in the opera chic.   The' famous
ways distressing  bul   probably  one oi  house.   Something  out  of  the  ordin -  ians Monday and
lhe  si.1.1.   :   ever occurring  in   this city  ary.   Secure your seats early. i i heat re.
happened last  week,  when Mr.  Arthur         __
Scothorne, the well-known railwayman
succumbed io an acute attack of pneumonia.
The   late   Mi.   Sc,•lini nc   was   a ''an
udian by birth, b ing a native of Mil-
ford Station, Nova S otia, where he
leaves a father and brothers and -islet- to mourn their loss. The deceased was a member oi the local lo.lgc I.
■ O.O.F., as well as the Rebec, as. he
wa- al.-o a member of 'he Brother
hood of Railway Trainmen.
A very painful feature of tho »ad af
fa.i' is thi fact lhal the' deceased wa-
only mailed i.n Manh 5th, to Miss
Mary Giant of bis old home at Mil-
ford Station, Nova Se onu. The'
young couple had us; returned from
iheir ! a  trip    when eleceaseel
who had   nlj   been at     woik a  short
time,  contacted a.old  which   turned  '■' ": ;tlled in th.s  promising
to la gi ppe and finally to pneumonia 'hai'-c   'lhe  church building  aas been
with fatal i.sults. - --i J twice -ince first  built.    The
He  was a  great   lav,.rite  wltb     his  second addition has been added since
brother  rai.way  men having  i.een    lo   Mr. Robei son   ame, and is just com-
,     h    c.p,R cost of ab '. Com-
stoke for the past  sis     years, during   I >try, cuou  room anl lad-
win h period he rose to     the
musical numbers in Princess
Juvenile  Boston -
Tu.sday    Empress
I
Remember the Hospital Whist .drive
next Wednesday, April 2!lrd, at the
City  Hull.   Play commences at     S'Stt
Hand-.nne prizes and a good supper.
Mr. E.l. Trimble has jits', returned
from the south where ho started tin
government work going (or ihe season
at Arrowhead, Cambourne, Kaslo and
Beaton.
Mr. Mauri e Anderson of Vancouver
is iu town ihis week. Having eome of
age he is now settling the estate of
mother who died here intestate about
n n years ago.
FOR RENT—Three     Market Gardens. The Bible Society  meots.on Wednes-
with residences  nttachid, about six day  evening     in    St. John's  church,
acres in each tra"t, adjoining     and when an address will bo given by Rev.
within city limits and west of Col- J. Knox Wright of Vancouver,  on lhc
FOK SALE—Household Furniture hy
Private Sale Apply to Mrs. Rushford, Fourih street and Hallway Avenue, between the hours of 2 and 4
o'eloek, on Tuesday, Wednesday aud
Thursday next.
Y.i.C.A.
WEEKLY
NOTES
umbia Bridge.   Apply to A. McRae,
or Harvey, MeCarter and Pinkham.
rk und progress of the society.
FOR SALE—At Ciiutdview Poultry
Farm, Malakwa, B.C., Singfe Comb
White Leghorns, our Stock won
First Pen, First Cock and other
prizes, at Fall Fair. "Eggs Irom
selected  breeding  pen headed  by the  McKay "' Winnipeg.
Mrs. Kennedy has rented her homo
on Second street west, to Superintendent McKay, for tho summer, Mr.
McKay is expecting a visil from his
sisters .Miss Oasste McKay, professor
of  domestic  se'ien e,  and   Nurse  Annie
Rev. J R. Robertson, who was min-'
ister in Revelstoke for four years and'
was then called by Bt. Andrew's church Nanaimo. where be remained foe
three ye-ais and ibn-e months, is now
led in St. Dawd's church , South
\ ancouver.
St. Im.. a young congregation
organized less than iwo years ago in
a rapidly growing distriot and Mr.
B ion  .-  the first mm.-ter to   be
ondui tor oi the way tn
Th    late Mr.  Scothorne bad
...l   onsiderably  he was a ■.
South African war as 1
South     Sea Islands  a
foreign countries.   As .
el by   ill w
FOOTBALL
A large attended meeting oi those
interested in foothall was held In the
Association building la-t Wednesday
evening, wh n the lollowing names
were chosen from those present to
compose the officers and executive ot
the Club.
Honorary President—Allan Thomson
President—William Lawrence.
\ Ice-President—John Lyons.
Sec.-Treas.—Edwin  1 bho i son.
Captain—Geo.  Miller.
Vice-Captain—Wm. Allan.
Executive—W. Blair, Arthur Brown,
G. S. Paton.
Pra ti n;.ln—Wednesday and Sai
urday.
BASEBALL.
The athletic field is now in good
shape. Aii thoe,e intending to play on
The Association league should get lin-
winning Cock, $2 per sitting.     Oni
yr-ai-old hens SIS  per do/en.
Apr.   Ki,   lm.
PERFECT FIT OORSBT— Special, Im
portance to ladies who appreciate a
perfect fitting Corset , Splrella spleu
did figure builders, moulding the
form into fashionable lines, giving
style, comfort, support, over two
million satisfied women now wearing
Mrs. William Pettipiece accompanied
Mrs. Scothorne easl last Tuesday
morning. Mrs. Pettipiece has dispos
t d of her home and effects hero and
gone io live with her mother in llos
peler, Ont. Mrs. Scothorne will also
remain at hr old home in Ontario.
•':  will be  addressed  by    the   heartfelt sympathy   of tin
ary,     Rev. J.     Knox
:'  Vancouver.   Evryone
i ' work ,A thi- otgan -
■•artily  invited to be
p on tho .'ause.
at M
We  regret to     anaoun-e  that    Mr.
Croa> r., th< Scial at the
,   ■. -    .
th; coast    He bai been promoted to
the posltl :.  of manager of the Has- Interred
ern Branch of    Molsons nan    .-.
ca:     Mr.   Cn r.; r.
in Revelstoki   over thi-ee years       an.l
has ma ie a host  of fi endi  b tl      Ln
•  I   -oe.a'i   ..:    .   eT.e>    .
..:'    .ilof.     .'.   1   ; ■■     , . a     ■:..-
■
• h    an  nUo   be  used
iss . ooms      The
■ i■:..     i enroll-
of over 21
.e   re -eu:  commission  services,
i cd on -th, no    less
ere added   to
••iShlp.
induct ii
ai    . .;•       Januar)
■on an I   family  arm -
•  moon al   L:30 to 2:30.
... 	
,.;..,■-. St.
. i ■. ting      th.-
which M  '   3   nthorni   a ongra
Mr   K- McLeod  left on     - 10n  to  the
;,nday,
ltd     Ther- was a large
congregation   and a    very
*aR give-n.
.'
■ '
•  th*- ch-i! •
■ ■
warm  word plen '..d  work
ty l'o-'- out oung
an I oil «r relai are   t
Funeral serv
.. .
R.J.  Mclntyre   ilBciat
i 1 up as soon as possible.   A meeting signed for the     purchase of lots One
will  be called     soon  to    discuss    tho and    Two,     in Block SI, Plan  G36B,
and constitution.   The meet- Revelstoke, such tenders to bein   our
dis u'-  rules is  keeping  up    in bands before noon of the 30th of Ap-
1 meeting is held every ,il, 1912.   This properly stands on tho
M..nday evening  at  7.30  to 8:30.     A South-eas4t corner of     Fourth street,
similar cla-    i-also held on Saturday ,..nd Orton avenue and the     buildings
Mrs. H.N. Coursier is giving an address on "Socialism'1 next Monday ev
ining io the young people in the Mo-
Spirella, endorsed and recommended thodist churcb A discussion will fol-
by leading i hysicians". Have your low in whi b uny one present will be
measure taken and tried-on by a invited to lake part. Everybody wel-
trained Corsetiere in iho model de- come. This meeting is under the aus-
signcd to give style, comfort and 1 i'es of the Citizen's Departmeot of
service.   Grace     Abbott, Corsetiere, the Epworth League.
above Manning's stoie.     Post ollice ,
A   handsome   <um  was  realised  ye+
tei day by thc Ladies' Aid of the Methodist church, by their sale of boma
rooking at the home of Mrs. Manning
The lovely day. combined with tho
fame of Ihe Methodist ladies' culinary
skill drew a steady stream of callers
all afternoon. The cooking display
was most tempting.
Box 352, write or call.
M2i; lm.
PROPERTY FOR SALE.
I
Tenders are invited    by   the under-
JUVthILt BOSIOtil-KS
tn th churcb on
: v. K ,J. Cbave iri!
• -,e,-aking
.ets —Morning,
-', tbe Cenire of Life'
' The i Parable of Set
At 'h- rio-e of '.h'- morning ser-
-.i « '.■ .* Ti lament Bapti tn, and af-
evening service   The   Lord'-
• 1 . .      school  and      Bible
i'l,.--    ■  _':30 p.m.   A cordial we-lcoms
.
I " Field has return-d from a -.wo
weei u n ss trip to Vancouver,
■Victoria and Port Alberni. be ,.yi
while at Port Albe/ni be -aw at the
Port Alberni mill where Hand Qibbons
i-geivra' manager, the finest piece .if
• >ar fir that he ever encountered. Mi.
Field says it waH right at the mill
cilice and was a plank of coa«t fir 20
fe*t ion? and 10 in'-hes wide, and 4
inMhe* In thlckno-s absolutely free of
kriots*. This fir plank was a wonder tj
behold and U „ sample of the coa»t
flnishin.' lumher turned out at thu big
Port. Alberni mill.
The
,n K.: ■ ■ iian      Bd ■
if  'hai   name in
he  Juvendo
Bostonia mpany are
.-r. a'    be Empress theatre    Monday.
and T .
o  he   tlie
the province of Burgandy during the
period of LooW XI of Trainee Sh.)
is a sort of D'Artaiman, a dashing.
eUring woman, fond of hunt, very
elever, the most beautiful ahl he -
witching creature in the province Thq
plot is liberally interspersed vith fun,
as a foil for its historical and literary
interest. There are four corned,
the cast.
Another Social Victory
The "Engineer's Ball'' as it is popularly  knov ilways looked forward
to     with i l'-a ant anticipation,   year
Th- event last nighl was ful-
i Ions  in every detail.
I   .n attracted
....   tn am   of col-
■'■hed  from  the   ioui
Mie-V? Wriggley entertained tho West
End Bridge club ,,n Wednesday evening. The usual tluve tables played,
consist of a storey and a half Frame with the exception of Miss Pearl Rob-
house, formerly occupied by the late inson, who as Mrs. Holten's siibsitute
W.E.  Coughlin. I v on the prize for the evening, a hand-
Dated  April  Hth,  1913. | some brass card receiver.   The hostess
Harvey,   MeCarter  and Pinkham.  served a recherche supper, and as   this
1st iss. April 16, 2w. j was the final  play iho club  regretfully
-  - —  disbanded for the season.
POULTRY
ASSOCIATION
MEETING
■     head,  te.toons
iated from
ire.   He  congratulated
...
t;ood things
The many friend-, in Hevelstoke may
A meeting of thc Revelstoke Poultry
,  and  also lit  lip the   ipace am- Association was held in Smythe's hull
beneath the bai- on Tuesday, April USth,   Present,   Q.
■ ony.                 .tins on the windows, Mathie in the chair, d.J. Devine, F.
■  rooms   beneath Fleetham, F.W. Laing,    H. S-'igfilod,
the  boxes,   <howod tho  work    of     tho K.  Paget,  H.   Smythe, ('.  Young.    .!.
miliary,    Headlight     Lodge QaUard,  S.  Noedham,  Sec.  Roy  Smy-
Mr. Cionyn who for the past three
years ha< filled thc position of accountant of the M olson's Bank staff, is' receiving the e.on -ratiilations of bis
friends on his appointment to the position of managei (,f one of tbc banks
blanches in Vancouver, word of which
leached him on Thursday. Much re -
gret i< expressed at losing Mr. Cronyu from banking and social /Circles
here.
NOTICE
1PasflnrPrl -..,.,, :   bona a briUiasrt Welcome from   the.   J. Mathie called the meeting to      A"  Oddfellows are requested to at.
i      Whence  the  Revelstoko Or-   ( rder and the secretary read tho min-  u'nA a meeting on    Thursday     next,
he Manse 0f Bt. David's if they   oan
Bnd ii    ore'.'-i. ent 1    ral1 rt W31 Win-
Card of Thanks
At th'. Empress theatre,
next. Monday and Tuesday ev
enmg, April 'JI and 22, Revelstoki' rriii/'-n will have n rare
tre-it from the .Juvenile FtOH-
tonians.  Don't mis-i them.
■
■
■
Mr      A eiliui    Hcothorne   wishes
thank all   the  friend< and  nfligbbon Of
her late beloved husband for the many
kmdneKses    e«t<-ndnd to rw>r in h<r tt
cn1   sad  hemavnment.
H	
H)      In   the  Presbyterian  ehuri-h  on  Sun
K.    lay,   'he   regular   services Will   tee   tn-ld
ri]  at  II  a.m. nnd 7-30 p.m., and Sunday   Irfghett  pral* for  the  very  bu
f] -'-hool  at   3:80.  Morning  suble-t. "Hn
■I    nswered   Prayer",  evening,   'An   old
• hestra  discoursed      in piling  t.'trains.   ulus  of  last   meeting  and  on   motion
'I!,-   grand march began shortly aftor-   ,,f ll. Beigfried seconded .by J. Devine
thirty, led by Mr, duy llarber. that they lie adopted as read.
Mor- than or* hundred oonplei fell inf | The mntter of obtaining a judge for
to line and afterwards net for the \an-1 Winter show to be held in December—
■eta. With R '.onion ,,* lloor man - Moved by R. Ballard ne"ondcd by J.
to ager, all went merry the whole pro- Povine, tbat tbe wrvioel of K.B. Cale
gram  through  till  3 20 a.m.,  witb    a  of Vancouver  he  accepted a^  judge.
..•hly enjoyable stop-ofl at mid. Tho mntter re hnll be left ln the
night for tapper. Km the noklngwni ImndH of President J. Mathie, Vico-
>ill home made and tbe supply appar- PresidentF. Flectham and Sec-Treas.
ently unllmllwl. thl < repait was ap- Hoy Smytlie, to secure a good suit •
predated accordingly. labia building.
The    Indies     committee deserve tho     The RcveLtokc poultry fanciers  are
ossful   out to make this year's show one
rnannnr in  whb'h  they maflagi-d all ar
langeiiie-nt       Horn.-   Sweet,  Home  wai
April 24th,
Ap.  19 2t.
at thc lodge room.
C. NORTH, N.
NOTICK
All OddfellowB are requested to meet
at the Lodge Room at f'r30 p.m., on
Sunday, April 27th to attend Service
nt the Presbyterian ehuroh»
C. NORTH, N. G.
lies,  Ap 19,  3t.  W
A wheel of fortune in the form of an
of electric deviee is the latest addition to
thebcAyet  held In  the Interior, and the big show window of tbe Kootenay
hope the People of Revelstoke will do AgencloB offices.   Here the real estate
«'
A thiol Ic,  Contest
HllllHlBHHBOIlBIifflB  Uors are  invited
'   Strangers and vis
to these gorvicet.
tl and God Save the King, cfosed the  their Bhare as they ha7e done in
programl I pnst two shows.
tbe purchaser can -ee at a glance what he
is in search ot.

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