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Revelstoke, the Capital of Canada!s Alps."
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The Mail
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Vol. 19-^21
REVELSTOKE, B. C, MARCh 15. 191
$2.50 Per Year
REVELSTOK
TRICT
Hatural Beauties Surpass Boasted Switzerland.--Excursions by
Automobile, Railway. Road, Lake and River.--Exploring
Glaciers; Climbing Mountains; Hunting Big Game; Seventeen Mile Mountain Auto Koad to Summit Mt. Revelstoke;
Summer and Winter Sports.
'i'lie largest and most progressive
ciiy, and most Important divisional
poinl on the (MM!, mainline between
Calgary and Vancouv r. A day-light
nm through magnificent   cenery to or
ii  those cities.   The jun-. tion    with
ih Arrowhead Kool nay Railway con
u id a ■ with Ui.' palatial C.P.R. steamers i.n all ihe rely lake's of Koo
tenay. Population 5,0 '; municipal
• . light, pow r and sewage sys -
i.ui '. -we ■',, bright, . u y and h althy
continuous t Icgraph, t lephone an.l
tii ket i U.K. - ; ,.. I. , n-to ns, bat; -
c.i i . dailj ei i tra i service
each way, in md ,... ; - it hotels In
Interior ol nks, daily  tel i ■
gra b bulletins ..nd , -\\ er-, all religious, mora , 'du ai nal, soc a', and
comp ■ i clal   c nvi n. n     .   , .; •■   water;
' i. -iy; side
trips ot un sua!  intei    I and variety;
all summer and win   i sports, includ
in me h mtin    an i     ountain -
climi'iii •   a ito an 1 livery bi   i      i,  ind
apl al  ol  Cana.i.i b Al] 6      nnd     bat i ol th    inly
mountain mot r road on ihi  11
The ■ nic at i •• t. ns at and at -
OUI 1   i are  une pual -I  in    he
l'i .. ince of I ii'i ii < i. in a and it
h.,- a Hn r mountain en iron.iieni
than any ■ il v n I 'anada. i h • principal i a.-. locally, . re Mac] . a
T ll y. He;': i . Carteer,
(*la li na "i don, an I  others,
and vary in b i ht tro n 8,-000 to 10,-
i ■' t. Most ati ci i.t in tous'ly snow
capped, and mai ... ia   ero« ied
All the vail y      11 iwe u these p.'a;s.
.ui i ■  hold  i i ers     an l  i ree  -,
and the teen i   i, a il - vari id
ns ih iy are nu m rous. Lo a n is
of ini rest ai thi lllccillewae i iter
power da i, ihe Los canyon on the
-ac;. rivei ih.' Gr Ij reek roa l drive
Hia.- Bend road .! i ,e; the Co its, 'ea
rivi i can: i.r. lh Silver Tip Kail-. 200
feci, double cai ara t; the dordpn i iver- trail ri i; the Jordon falls and
Bwitch back ran oi. Columbia rivet
park, i .1 i ,iad ,ii ive and  il o
Green lii road drive, Hut ihe crip—
the I" -i .. i .- t al i.i iie- Alpine
park on Mt. Revelstoke over the new
mountain motor road. Nothing like
ii in Am i' a From hotel to moun •
tain top. river back lo glacier ice ond
*now pen's, all the way by motor for
17 miles, n,,« looting this way, i ow
thai, in ani'tli r. rising over g mile in
an air lin- u|i in the "l.riids nnd thru'
theti, :nd a'l In    omfort nnl nbso -
lute safety. This new road, i.ow be ■
iag buili hy the Provincial govern
ment, tins an average grade of hut f 6
por cent, and at the maximum is but
r.6 per cent. It is surveyed for thirteen miles anl will this year he completed to thai mile post, ihe remaining mileage will fo low next y.ar. An
.iuio service to the present season's
■iui of road will lie in commission this
.-minimr. Thc ioa.l .s not being built
;,    a joy ride, great and cxhlllrating
.is il. ;s,  bul   as a  means  lo  reach  the
.1, uie l-.i.'■< al Its summit, whieh begins ai ihe I. mile post. Here is a
park like pla can. . 1,0 0 acr s in bj -
nt Blopin : i ntly upwar Is. Here
one ean wondei through grooves o:'
■ also n and Bold of llowers: by the
hanks of i ikolets and In meadow-high
graSB; and i.n throu h Ihese lack to
ai't.il  blue la        .'n.l   rook  dills, and
now peaks, I'm li ig i all sublime.
i ere, Mom  tli.' roof of  ihe continent,
.ii- c.i ii view such a bc in' as will ever
i    ei  i.l    w,-i.,s   of      mountains.
recti robed an i hoary bead   I
.n \ in ihe. morning, blushing In theov
ning light. 'I his lo i ly air land is
io be made a na ural re ervc, with
n ers, guide , sh. 1 e,.s. trails and
chalcl -. and full oppo ' aity for all
I li • s ie n itie. in--1 ic an I recreativo
■ b it is so rica in at an early
late.
'ihe  si''-1  trips  fiom   Rovelstoke  ar
. - many ani numer us     as those at
ome, and iu t ..- . ried. For Bweet
summer iladdity the trip .lo\n the
beautiful Arrov io West Robin-
on. on the palatial steamers of    thee
I'.U. is ;, most  lovely and soothing
■■ mtrast lo thi il   . n 1 gran
deur of the hills. A most delightful
trip is from Revel to'.te to West Rob-
Bon, by boat; lo N'el-on by rail; from
I ou to i.ar.ii. it the h ad of beau
tiful Kootenay Lake, by boat; from
i.nrdo io Garrard by rail; from Cer-
nird to Tio'ii Lake City, over Trout
Lake, also by C.P.R. Bteamer; and
fi un Troul I.a;..- Citj by sta-e, over
perhaps the' loveliest stage drive in B.
('., to Beaton on the I'pper Arrow
...i'.i   and but  M few  miles ly boat to
Arrowhead where one entrains a-'ain
for K.'vKtee a.l the mainline con-
nection. This trip covers all West
Kootenay. an.l perfectly represents ail
its varied charmi , nd heaatie<. By
! oat means in every oase O.P.R. stc-
a ner service and the irip can be made
omfortably, throughout in four days
• a . bei inl trip, i-1 that   by
earner, north   m I . up tbe Columbia
river,  10 miles to La Porte, h ad   ol
navigation, and .-ecu • , i the gold rush
of  the Bixties.   'Ihis i- oil   iho beaten
path of tourist  travel entirely but, it
is safe, co.nfortablo and beautiful .This
Is,     purely  a    Bummer service trip -
t.me,  two days.   Putther ■ han e     o!
scene and interest can be bad in a trip
t.i Sicamous,  -10 miles rail,  westward
on Shuswap lake, where there i> excellent trout lishing in   eason, and gcol
hotel     accommodation.    Fro.a  Shame can entrain to Vernon, tho
.. an ni lhe fan ous Oi anagan v iliey,
,n.l eiii'.e through   bo world renowned Coldstream fruit   anu, ihe b si  of
.'.s kind, perhaps, in B.C.   Thi-; inter-
. b ing  trip can  bc i o   f rtal ly  made
;i  two ■'■■ie- ■   If, however,  ihe traveller i> still challenged by the hills, he
ipuld  :o  to  Glacier,  cast   43   miles.
. 1..1 -. i -x the i. o ith an I  ■ •   ness   of
- n    - anl    i n ,n I    i.f ihe Selkirks,—
•   Don Id,     At al inch .   Ma donald,
i h o s and  the rest;     and
a   oi b i avei   of  'a imer,  which  a  ■
. ! wonderful 1. auty in m atiy all     of
. b • cb ie hers.   Guld     can   be    n -a • ■ 1
liml in r or c pl >r.iiion pur-
.    'I ba trip  '..I il.e    I   and Us cx-
n.    ce'ii i y can .. ,,b' ia one
laj   but,  the  i isltor »ill tin I it bard
to tear awa)  bo •• on from its  vi o
an :  co i fortn le hoslle ...
Hotel accommodation i.i  Hevelstoke
inity  Is i f the i est  and suited   io rejuirementi of \ i.-itors needs.
.   the normal  be I av.ra.
■  per  day.   Gul ii s  ■ barges    arc
'   flay, pai k ponies, 2 \ er
-Illi   '     B      -.:  - cr day,  i ackers' ch j) ■'.'.  in  H   per day.
a.ii. l      at      ■  . ' r first hour  -1
[Uent hours, 50c, two seated car
and  driver,   per hour   -.2,  half
day $5; tin.-      ated carriages and driver   per bo ir.   $2.50,  li iH  day  $5,   for
whole 'I              mrs)   flO.  Autom iblle
ivith chaufle    .  • ■ per hour.
The besl  lim    foi  cai 11 ou    hunting
:-  about      mid-',I. tober,      and  te also
ii".ht for goal.   For bear  hunting ihe
best  time is  fi on  mid-April  to early
May.   All     provisions   and out (it for
tun in; or • lim' ine or exploring  can
■■  reasoi al ly  pun hasi i  locally.
Troir  ftsl Ing  is io'   i r ,. licabla    in
rea il   bi.h  water.
but is eood ii  thc lakes—just at     or
a'-e r th- turn.   There is some grand
1 Dg a in ou- in mil June,
:  on  'h-  Anow  'akes nnd at Bon-
n  Falls  Bomewbat   later.     Thc
on is from May to Novombei
B. It. ATKINS
of the province affected arc lo bo oon-
gratulat d on their wishes in this mat
ter having approached so near ac>'Otn
plishmont.    There   is   lillie   ,l,,ubl   ihat
i'i' opening up of ihrso lands will
mem a v irj appreciable Increase in the
rural population of British Oolumbia
That is whal we want lo insure con-
leiuion    'i.e   etity.- Victoria Coloni
SUP! ORT   Mit.   GRBEN.
The minln ; m n of tbe  Yukon
* lune made demand on the l om
'   Inion   n > ru n ni for the award
" in : of ib ■  Poi tl ilio of Mines to
' their  rei i' ■  mai i.e',    Dr.   Alfred
Thompson   while British  Culum-
' I ia.      whii b    leii'in 'i ly    1 eld   tho
* portfolio with credit to the pro-
' vins' and advantag i to I ie min,
* oral  In lu.- try,  as!     lh it  one  oi
* ils in in'iei- a -ain have thc ap-
' | ointmi nt and R, F. Green,
■ mei i    i' for Kool enaj. i i   I rong
ly     supporti .1 for the   appoint -
; mii.       Milling Record.
regulah Minim
oity cowl
GREAT
TEC
RLE.
NICAL
LXtibiTION
The    Internati nal     Correspondence
. - h ...I   ... Scranton, i a., and London
I   are i   hi it ing     a    ollectio i
,i   na    ii  s.  being I hi   c I ri      .1 work
I   the i      .1 nl      lhe    sh i.i tion    Is
being held in the vacant store on Me
\ n ie a .. imi     e .vi  ei How    n     tore
, n.l     McFai Ian i -     s or .    and  i-  in
charge ol   Jan  s  I a .     neral  r pre
si iiia'i '-. a ei 11. or '   li g.    manager
of   hm.:
i are   r  I he , i isi nt time   over
1 M stu I nts In  Revolstoke who     are
I.m:  ..ith ihis     l.ool so that the
em  «bl b  ,    ivel I  worth
. n       douply .n   r - t In ; on aci ount
ih ■•,.;;•, i    nterested.
\      i liai   n .iation is 1. reby     ex-
ti n led t.i all to bo pn sent at  the- exhibition and  lo na e the tystem     oe
in.me -i idy demonstrated.
('. S.  McFarland ' us ourchas d     a
tcholarship  .nl   b iiui;  it  away  in
...ne turn   wiih  liis  big  sa'c.      '1 bos ■
.n vh ir.:•■ ni  ib ■ exhib tion  will        be
.J.i I   io exj 1 eia  an   bin :  in  connec -
■ ii    . i a   i.n liolal'-hip   which
- hoi ■ of anj  . ae • i the 22'S
of study.
The   'Xhihitlon     will continue until
the  iv'h  inst., and all those attend-
a     .. : , ...  the well
.   a   magazine  "Ambition,"   March
r.
For the benefit of iho o al out     to
lake courses,   we desire  io   -tate  ihat
N'TH'H.
The
Report Progress on Assessments ;md Estimates Municipal Plans tor Year Wiil Be
Out Within a Week.
The city council met  in regular meet
.ii • on Friday evening last.       Maj i
T. Kilpatrick occupied the ehaii    pr
sent,  Aldermen McSorley,    Abraha
on, Bourne,  I fow on,   City  Clerk li.
\.  Lawson read  lhe minutes of   la -1
meeting, whieh woro adopted.
COMMUNICATIONS.
Various communications were
.1 answered or filed.
Robt.  Gordon,  govei n - eni     a -- ni,
wrote regarding the eity responsibility  For erosion of the river bank cans-
i ,1 by tlows in lho city i ower flume,
Aid. llourne -That wooden flume Was
a JOOr    I'   .     e, ., ■ I 11 - ii      a i   lit    | ••   .1, ■:.
I.y subsl ii -it in • ,, wire I ound  |
ih" faulty wooden flume.
Ma   ir     Kilpa"' 'i-1   Can  s imethin -
I erman nt bo done.
Aid,    Abraham! on   We  Bhou el    ihia
■ prin - mh i i- k . 100 foot, :b" ii lUbli   li
in pari. lhal t h i freozln ; bank   up thc
..iie r.
Ma ter n ferrcd to Public V\ ■
mil tee'.
COMMITTEE.
Fire vi'ati i' and I.i In coram 11
1  te purchasing 510 :fi-i  .
and a  li ;hi  wa -. n for thc Fire  .
The      n .llliin.';'    wo
i n  as  to  pun h., in   'a  teal
ball purpo i  ■
Maj 'i      hie', !      think   there
■  foi  the     itema
' ,     •.  '.. ii are.
Lid    a  i  b.- ft'i   will, I b
io      put   .i
. il her . " .      we shall ba ■ i
meet.
Aid. Ho ■ . "      our
. ■'■ n  t am  aiiel  i. . ; .m ■      oa
■
v.    i aj  for a     ' and
i  -.. b   oi '.  .
a
,-t it  thi re I mattei
n i.i   fire b . i
e      .   a pro ilen
,   ■ •    ■ . .
 n   i he
r pr. -
ing -' i
Aid,  ■■'.
1    Up    I"
I
Kil
I
-.   Th
an I
report.
R. G. GhUfiGH   BUdiViY
Mond i    a. ay, Ma    a
!., \'t   Ines lay,   lass   u 8 a.m.. Ro
. iy  and  l en "lion of     the  B
Sacrament at   i 10 p.m.
I :-.   i   I ie    11 Mass ai   9 a.   m..
with pro pb be B Sai i i
ment  lo  the  It orj   ll   a    m.  io
1:2 . p.m.   Ad nation of the     i
acrament 7 '; I , .m. Rosary and Ben
..1 a on, with i Bh 'i instruction on
the Holy Etichan  t,
Friday—Unveilln and Adoration of
lhe do- 8 a.m. .• a.m., M . s of the
I'resnnctitied. 7:30 p.i -     an 1
liene.ii tion of the rross.
Baturday   Blessin - ol il    N  n Fire,
Pascal  Candle, and  i a    i   ffati
p.m.; Hi b  H
sions for the children 2 to 4 pi
adults 4 to 6 and 7:30 lo 10 p.m.
Ka-'ter   Sun lay    Lo l    Ma--   .i(    v   a.
"i.   lin h   Mas- ;,i   io:3 .   ol   wed
Benediction;  ihere will be no Sunday
chool in the    all i rvlces
in the evening.
DE8TPr
i<,
VLHf/iiN
OUR
lyitiyiDth
IS DOING
GOOD WORK
We learn that there arc cxcdlcni
pro |iects ot the rich agricultural areas
in the Railway Belt h ntly bein?
thrown open to settlement. The future of the -c lands bas hecn a very
live issue, among iho p.ople of the In
tcrior at all events, for B period which
hn- now nearly extended into two decades. As i- generally known at the
,ti*c of the construction of the I'an.i
tliaU I'acitie Railway Ihroiinh tho province the land lyini: for twenty miles
on each hide of the line, passing thru
Certain portions of thc Kootenays,
w.re  withhold  from  settlement        and
placed under the absolute oonirol   ol
the Dominion coveininent. When iru-
migranl began to pour into ihe pro
vince it was -oon realized ibnt it
would ho good policy on the part    oi
i ederal authorities to throw open
i ri Is fo rtttlement and r favorable condition . The matter was
taken up by the Provincial government and w.. ed by the
itevelstoke Hoad i,f Tr.i.l' and oth'r
public bodies, but years passed by
and it se m.-el ■• to arou-e
the Dominion Government to take any
action. It was not uniii Mr. Borden
(nine into power that anything in the;
nature of favorable cons.deration was
civen to the claims of the Province'.
Lasl year Mr. Maber. a -pecial Com-
mi-ioiuT was appointed by Ottawa
to Inquire into this lands inie'-tion in
all iis bearing. He -pent Several
Week! in the provin e. The resull of
bia investigations was a report whi h
in e'tlcct it. omtiicnd'J that when thc
variol conlllrtini; int'res s of the
squatters, icttleri and lumbinnenhad
been thoroughly pone Into anl adjudicated up. n a project should he
framed for immediately throwing op
■ a for uttlemonl available aKtieiiitur-
al lands. Tin M i ome few months
niro.   Now com.s the further informa-
announcement of the gov
•mm nt'-   poll y  along   ihe   lines     of
be recommendations male by      Mi
Maber may  1 tpe i .1  shortly.
1'' i this eb' imt le result, following
so many yeai- oi agitation, the people of the Kootenays have In lar^c
measure* to thank the Provincial government,  coupled  with  the efforts    of
h ir membei Mr. R. F. Green, who
has ben indefatigable in his representations at Ottawa that these lands he
opened up for -otiloment. Ihis que-
tion was one of those dealt with by
Sir Ri-hard McBride during his visit
to the rapital la-t year. ,, visit which
be returned with assurances that tIn-
Federal governmenl would immediately make full Inquiry with a view to
followinc oui th'- suirgestions mado hy
the government of this1 piovincc. As
-oon a- Mi. Green wn« elected as the
member for Kootenay, only a mattes
oi seven months avo, he urtred that
-hould  be  no delay  in  a com -
net be in - appointed to make
the necessary investigations. The people of Revelstoki' nnd the other parts
Ladies   of     St. Francis "
church,    will   l.avc a Bhamroek •
Tag Day, on Monday next,   the "
17th, tor the b nefit of tho Chil- *
•   drens' Aid  Society of Vaic ouver •
Please help alon; a goodcau.se. '
a gi n ■!■ il 'li co    t of 20 pcr cent,    is
being deducted irom the prices of nil
iCholai -hip   pri.-c-.   This   ap -
ni on  ihe in-tali:ii at  pi i ea    as
well  a    the cash   une e.s.
Tiie no an who by reading advei
: i- im us and thus buying intelligently and '• o nonlcallj i- able t.e give
tn ■ irerj dollar of bo Heboid ezp 'risos
and .ol lii lonal buying power', is no
more a subject of jest than i-1 the
man wishing 10 increa e his earning
power.
Too many yoiuir; men depi n I upon
link, rather than upon training, and
Ihia is a grand concern which has
helped many a young man to make
his way in  the world.
l!!|   railway  'Oiiipanie--,   including lhc
Canadian Pacific Railway contract for
the instruction of their employees with
lhe t.0.8., and fiom ('.CO to 1.300 poo-
I lo inquire daily for particulars of tlle
r.O.S. home-study com
Over lafl I'niversili !| and Colleges
nre today using f.C.S. pamphlet text
bookJ in thc training of their students, and the reference libraries published by the I.C.S. are to ho found
in the libraries of al least two hun -
drcd of the leading Universities, Colleges and Tradc-Hchools, both in
Canada and thc United Slates. Don't
fail  to »ee the (exhibition.
Prize Poultry
A  representative of the Mail-Herald
paid ., visit to the poulti j
It. M. Smyth.' tins week, whioh    wai
.. rare treat,   Mr. Smyths bas tin all
>ome 50  lur.I-  all  [ ' 2     'i.e k.
White,     Barred.     Bufl aiul Pa
Th ■   i.'ii- are in e-y olle  I
.iii,on. the fowl all being b althy and
all the bi n    ire    lyli ulai i •   Th
ii. I  brood of ch thi     R ■
cl    In     prin,- wa- hafl.ei
by a in Ise b n   n one ol
i     «• in ■ day, •■: bt   bl kens   being
batched out of niue • •
Mi    Smythe'i  poultry are  d
pay. r'. the eggs are in greal deman '.
and Reveletoke cli i*» ns an  in I
Lunate in having the    rggi ...
for batching purposes,   indeed ■  eadj
the fame  of tbe'-e  lur Is  ba    extend   :
o far that sittings of th.s■ pi.
are almost daily ordered by wire'from
main line poinl i to 11 a-' an I wi
of U-.  '
Opens Office Here
Mr. B. I. Bryant, who formerly .>•
Irani/id Offices through Canada (oi
ihe Fidelity Trust and Savings Co..
of Vancouver, has arranged to open
an ollice in Hevclsiok.c Mr. Bryant
has „ large idling fores and ofBiei In
ihe ca-l, and is now doing     bu-ines
aa manager of the ra ifi.  Bales Association, Ltd    Hc    Will handle'    Revel
stoke  properties  nnd   mining   propositions in the   Kootenay, through     his
j Ba t.i ti onie. .
Vai •■   ■•     .   ■•:
:
;.   a C   :.
n cl Ion wiih tb        I ro v-
ei, <•( tc, ime Wa
A. Br van-1
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tb • gam ■
I,  1911 tt Of  1
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leparl
u b ns
in'' rn .   .    as     well
many      in ..   •     i rotable
'
.     I     ..
-     , :    a
intj
owls, a  very
paid   i-.i.     It J bOW -
lisl)   ■ \pe nded, ai l iction
•
• cad
of
•
Return:
n
B I      will
:
IVe'
Ol       de'
r        , etc.,  but   un-
;ck  of  know -
in I the -      of
ib  '      • b I unity  r.'i'tifi-
ites, irter of th.- num
ber wer   :. • ne I   p icies
•   • . -    .i short • a- ■ i
ic-. with   a   f w ol   the Great
gl!     "f    Will   li    dn    IIIOIC    gOOd   ibSO
barm.
Vancouver, March It,   In the higher
Vancouver,
il    aelta -
tion over 'tn'   bi    German
arm> o li er-' no« in Vancouver on
leave or on the ic.rv list have b'-en
ort throu h the German consul here just how --oon - time
they .miel. em ootiSrai on. rejoin their
lecimenis. PAQB TWO
THE MAIL-HERALD,REVELSTOKE
8ATCRDAY, MARCH 15th, 1913.
<r
*%
DO YOU WANT A HOMESITE?
We have some splendid buys on our list
at the present time.
80 Feet,  north   side Fifth   Street,   between   McKenzie and Orton Avenues    $2,000
Double Corner, South-East Eighth Street and Orton
Avenues    $1,600
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
JOHN D. SIBBALD; PRBS, J. D, SIBBALD, JR., SBC.
V
EARLY SPRING GOODS
Consisting of every conceivable si/.e and make of
II.iis. Gloves, Shoes and Underwear; also a most
extensive stock of Neckiies of every shade and
stj le.
We h ive also h specially fine assortment of samples
for our Spring Clothing Order Departmeet.
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Fit-Reform Clothing Stetson Hats        Foot-Rite Shoes
GOING OUT OF BUSINESS
In Men's Furnishing Department
Rubbers, Sox, Tweed Pants, Heavy Top Shirts,
etc., leJuced to cost. ....
John Mclntyre & Son
First Street.
Telephone No. 93
SWIFT'S
Blood and Bone
FERTILIZERS
and Lay More
Poultry Foods
Write for Prices and Booklet
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd,
FORESTRY
PROTECTION
CONFERENCE
Victoria,   B.C.,   March   12—An     important conference upon the matter of
forest  protection along tho lines     oi
operating railways in  the West     has'
jii>t  .lo eil at     Winnipeg,  th' British'
Columbia dopartmont of forestry hav-'
ing    ben    ^presented   by Mr. H. H.'
Uciitvli.it of the headquarters stall and
the  parties     lo  ihe , oiivention  being
the federal bonid of railway commissioners, the province of British Colum
bia, and i'he Canadian i'acilic, Grand
Trunk Pacific, Canadian Northern and
Ureal      Northern   railway  companies.
General     protection    io timber along
th.' rights-of-way was of course     iho
theme of     tbe discussion.   The patrol
system inaugurated   by this province
lusi yeur was reported to bave proven
generally   satist,i.toia   ,-ui'il  will  be continued this season,  with sii lit  variation where large I oilies of timher jus-
lil'y   more  thorough patrol. Last year
every mil'' ol right-of-way was inspect
ed by the provincial officers ami    the
regulations  strictly  enforced   10 guarantee thi     safely of near forests and
ilue payment of royalty for timber cut
on crown lands.   The work of Inspection  is  peculiarly onerous in connection with construction operations and
cm  the'  whole tb •     provincial  oilicers
have been well supported by the railway     companies.   The    rub has been
laid  down ihu  everything cut without  permit is Ci nsiilereil to constitute
a trespass, and where timber is    cut
wi.h or     without    permit,  thc brush
musi  be properly disposed of without
delay.    Thi    s.,slim  of  handling    this
in-;.ection work on all lines under pro
vin i.il jurisdiction and  control is    lo
hav it performed     by ihe provincial
officials and     thc .ot collected from
the railway companies.    In the case of
ilie Grand Trunk   Pac fie  (a Dominion
.iin roll il miel rt itu ;i   the company
has bin I'n ing i ne ball' of the lire
proi iti ni c ists, .ml ihis arrangement the company's representatives
>tai .1 at th' Wlnnip • gathering they
are  willing and anx;oiis to continue.
HAIR HEALTH
If You Have Scalp  or  Har
Trouble Take Advantage
of This Ofler
w     ould ii .'  a'or.l  to so stiongly
endorse Rexall "93" liuir Tonic   and
, ■  to sell  il ns we do, if it did
n  '   lo I iim   it    will    Should
our enthusiasm carry  us away,     and
'•.'lii'i- Tonic not give en-
to the     usei  ,     they
•.■   :     b .ti 'is an.l our Btate -
..    eq .Ci.ee our buil •
ige   ■■ o : i   -ufier.
lir     is
a: to '.nn iturally   a       .     oi
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of to eradi-
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If  it.
-ore
GOOD SEEDS3»G00D CROPS
r'-WWe'SA
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RBENSEgl
Reliable Merchants everywhere sell
STEELE, BRIGGS' SEEDS
Look for them—accept no other.
SteOlO, Briggs' are the best grown. No mutter what you need in
Seeds, this name stands for highest quality.
Behind   every packet is the strongest seed  reputation in   Canada.
Thousands of successful growers everywhere use St«M)I«, Briggs'
Soeds year after year because they are sure of what Iliey are buying.
We retain control of our packets and supply them fresli each season.
Look for this box at yonr local store. If your local dealer cannot
supply you, send in your order direct.
STEELE. BRIGGS SEED CO. Limited      .
WINNIPEG, MAN.
Napoleon's Grandson
Los Am-relcs, March 12.— Search by
the Crittenden Memorial Society of
San Francisco for it reputed grandson
of Napoleon Bonaparte ended yesterday in Ij03 Angeles lumber yard. ;
Willi un Gordon, a workingman is the
person Bought,
William Cordon was a son of tho
laic John Gordon, a San Francisco
jeweler, who, according lo the Crit -.
t mien Soei.'ty. unquestionably was a
son ol the "Little Corporal." Tho re-I
mains of John Cordon rest iu a cemetery near lhc Golden Gate.
William Gordon is CK years of ago
He says his father was not born on
the Island of St. Helena, as has been
asserted, but near Edinburgh, Scot-
land, on Novemtor 11, isis. John
Gordons mother was a Scotch woman, mation of ilie hospital at St.
ii.l ni, when Napoleon arrived there
and he v as given his mother's family
name.
John (lor.Ion married Amelia Jones
a Welsh woman in London, in 1845,
ael ihiycame io America, settling in
New London, Conn., wheie William
wa-  loin  in  1S.17.
"Having the blood of the Great Km
peroi in my vivns has novcr excited
me," William Gordon said as he turn-
e:l  lo his task eif piling lumber.
I
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
TIRED?
THEN A CUP OF
"BELL.  BLEND  TEA"
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Price, 35c, 40c. and 50c. per lb.
G. W. BELL
1 Olympic Best Afhat
Tenders will io received by the un-
lerslgned, until noon March H'.lih, 1013
for Clearing Right of Way on the Ar-
rowlake Subdivision, M.ll.-O. to Arrowh'a.l, and on the Shuswap Subdivision, M.B.-O. to M.D. 45.
Specifications may be obtained     at
tho office of ihe Divi-ion Wnffineer.
H. B. Walkom, Actg. Divn.
Ensineer,   or M.K.   McQuarrie
Resident Engineer Revelstoke
1st issue Mar. 12. 3w.
DISSOLUTION  OF   PARTNERSHIP.
NOTICE i- hereby given that thc co-
partnership  heretofore  subsisting    be-
iw.'.'n the undersigned, under the firm
ol   Revelsto'.te  Plumbing,  Heat-
1    Sheet     Metal  Company, at
to''.", B.C., has been this     day
(i:s-olee.l     by  mutual consent.     The
will hei oaf.er be carried     on
by Sidney  Humphreys, by whom   all
ol ihe old firm will be paid and
to whom a'l outstanding accounts due
the old firm aro to be paid.
Revelstoke, n.c., February Uth,1913
Revel toke  Plumbing, Heating,
and Sho.-t Metal Company.
-    1 fumphreys.
P. Ilont.
tue  l5Feb,  lm.
Your enjoyment of a ph.onojjrapl. depends not only on the
number of selections. It depends on the quality of each. The
Edison Blue Amberol Record
was invented on the quality idea.    It produces rhe most clean
cut, lifelike and beautiful tone you ever heard.
It will never wear out and indifferent handling
of it or dropping it on the floor won't break it. It
is constant in its ability to please.
Your Edison dealer will bc glad to play Blue
Amberol Records for you.
Tboma. A. Ediaou. Inc..   100 Lake.ida A-.... 0,a»,a. N. J-. U. S. A.
A complete line of Edi»OD Phonographs and Record* will be found at
JOHN  BINGHAM'S
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.
Manufacturers of Aerated Waters
WINES
LIQUORS
OIQARS
Agents for Calgary Beer
P. O Box 208
GPOCER & BAKER
Phone No. 2J
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED   IB36
Record of Progress for Five Years —1906-1911
1011
••al        .       .       -       - I 3,000,000 * 4.01K),INK)
Reserve  3,000.000 4,600,000
Deposits      .--      - 23.677,730 35,042,311
s and I n vestments         - 27.457,090 38354,80
.      . 38,090,192 48,237,284
Has 83 Branches in Canada, nnd Agents and Correspondents In all
tho Principal Cities In the World.
a ar.NenAL banking business transacted
SAVINGS BANK  DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Interest allowed at highest ourrent rate.
Revelstoko Branch. W. H. PRATT, Manager	
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ICHFDYl1 'All KINDS"-
\tm tht IBF.VI HOME
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NOTICE
D. Company 102nd, Reg. R. H. R., be>< to announce that they will liolil
regalat dances in lhe Drill Hall on tlie 2nd. and -liU. Friday evening
of each month. Dates will be as follows:
January 10th. and 24th, 1913.
February 14th.   ■'   28th.    "
March 14th.       "   28th.
.<
April 11th.
11   25th.    "
Tbe lust nl treatment guaranteed. Music by City Band, We solicit your
patronage
R. M. R. Dance Committee
G. H. Brock, Chairman.
J.P.SUTHERLAND
f
Transfer     Draying
iion.
S**IL,®M
Hand'in^ Piano-, a  Specialty
.,.-■  Phone 42   -    Nijrht Phone 85
March   2 ISt
HOT CROSS BUNS
March 2lst
II Mm haven'I any daughters, buy them for ymir sons,
imt be sure and place your order early for we deliver ihem
fm youi GOOD FRIDAY morning's breakfast.
A   FEW    SPECIALS    FOR    EASTER
Newly Laid I .•;■ . Presb Churned Laurentla Uutter, Fresh
Churned   New   Zealand   Butter,    Swift's   Premier   and
Bums' Shamrock I>r.-iii< 1 Ham and Bacon.
Radishes,   Lettuces, Green Onions and Celery.
Ask lor I).- Jong's celebrated Dutch Cocoa.     We Have It.
Tel. 41
<Y    HOBSON
Box 74 SATURDAY, MARCH 15th, 1913.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAQB THRBB
1
There is Now a Market
FOR REVELSTOKE PROPERTY
List Your Holdings With Us
For a Quick Sale
We have the Buyers
If Your Prices and
Terms Are Right.
J. B. Watson Realty Co.
R. R. COLE, Manager.    Local Agency American Casualty Co.
The Revelstoke Boot, Shoe and Harness
Repairing Department
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
MAKERS   OF    FINE    WELT    SHOES
The style, the workmanship and wear
And comfort born of every pair;
Of 20th Century welts that's sold
Will draw new trade, and hold the old.
COLLECTING
ONE TON OF
RUBBER
The aid of the generous public, has
been requested in support of a dis -
tinctly novel and in fact what might
really bc des ribed as a UNIQUE
scheme for raising funds for the Girls
Auxiliary to the Victoria Hospital at
Revelstoke.
The plan in brief consists of an organized I'ffort to collect a ton of old
rubbers, which will be sold and the
proceeds ihereof handed over the Giels
Auxiliary.
This original idea was conceived in
the fertile mind of Mrs. B. A. Lawson
and has been enthusiastically adoptod
by the charming young ladies comprising the membership of tho associa
tion under whose 'direct auspices the
collection of the rubbers and marketing of same is to be carried oul.
The large profit of course is expected to be made on the old rubbers do-
j nated by the mere men of our eity
anddistrict, but the ladies will not refuse to accept the dainty cast ofls,
which have during the past winter per
formed such valuable service in pro -
lectin^ the pedal extremities of the
charming Misses an 1 Mrs's of our city
from the rude attacks of biting King
Frost.
Of course the originators of the plan
are aware, that it takes a consider -
able number of rubbers, that is of
some people's rubbers, to make up a
ton. There are all kinds of possibilities in the air. The burly lumberjack
and thc sturdy railroader, will find
that tbe possession of a decent pair
of understandings ;lt last is become
somewhat of a lonpliment, and the
mnnn r in which the s ale drops when
tho gigantic overshoes of some of our
prominent citizens are cast iuto the
balance, will br.ng a blush of satisfaction to the cheeks of many tt man
who up to this time when size really
counts, has been in the habit of considering his clumsiness somewhat of a
social handicap.
it is intended that committees ahall
be appointed, to handle the collec -
tions in a businesslike manner; the
aim of thc Ladies Auxiliary is to collect a ton of rubbers, but if their ag-,
cnlsonly tako advantage of opportun-'
ity In the shape of unguarded hotel
lobbies, theatrical dressing rooms dances and other seasonable openings,
they should be able to secure about
five times the weight which they sot
out to accomplish.
In our next issue full particulars
will be given, in the meantime all our
readers are requested to save up their
old rubbers, and to watch these columns for the necessary instructions as
to how they can assist in turning
them into the store which will go to
make up that valuable hoap of two
thousand pounds weight, which is to
be utilized to secure additional funds
tor lhe Childrens Ward of Revelstoke's
premier public institution.
Revelstoke Hardware Co., Ltd
Sweater Coats
LADIES' AND CHILDRENS SIZES
A nice assortment to choose from. Warm and
comfortable for Early Spring Wear. Prices
reasonable. .... .
FIRST STREET
Union   Hotel
l JUST NEWLY 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. LKVESQUE, Proprietor
Laughton C&, Tapping, Props. First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
European Plan
Open Day and Night. - Meal Tickets, $6.00
MONTHLY BOARD
H. J. l/.cSCF.LLY. Frcpntlcr.
Strictly First Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with  Bath
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitablj with  lhe  choicest the
m i ket a >i    and
"  •      ii a day. ite.
J7 A!:,bert    JSTOisriE    ;f:r,o:p.
Colonist' Adver^es Rsvelstoke
A vi-itor to ReveLtoke this week,
reports that -development there is go-
in? on apace. Four milos of thc scenic motor road up Mt. Revelstoke have
been completed and in addition to
lhc hotel projected hy the C.P.R. in
(-be town they also intend to build a
(Iialet on tho plateau at the top of
the mountain, 7,COO feet above sua
level. Revelsto'ie will form one of
the stopping plan's on the Dominion
highway -being just nine hours from
Pan'I, and ihe government wharf on
the Columbia river is now completed.
—Victoria Colonist.
SCHEDULE PROVINCIAL    ELECTIONS     ACT.
NOTICE IS HEREBV GIVEN thnt the list of Voters for the Revelstoke Electoral Di trict has been cancelled, nnd that applications to be
placed on th' Voters List will be received at my Ollice at Revelstoke,
where printed forms of affidavit to be used in support of an application
to \Ote will be .-upplied. The list of persons cljlmir.s to vote will be sus-
pinded from anl a'ter the seventh day of April, 1913, and a Court of Revision will be held on the nineteenth day of May, and notice of objections
to the insertion of nny name on th ■ Register of Voters must be given to
me thirty d.-ar days  befoie the holding 0f the Court of Rcvislonf
Dated  this Third day of March,  1913.
1st  iss.  M.5, 3w. E. EDWARDS,
Registrar of Voters for thr     Revelsloke     Electoral      District.
SALE OF CROWN TIMBER.
Sealed Tenders will be received by
the Minister of Lands not later than
noon on tha ::rd day ol .March, 1913,
for the purchase ol licenses Nos. XI,
X2, to cut timber estimated at I,-
720,000 feet, 520,000 feet, and 310,000
feet B-M- respectively, together with
8,000 railway ties and poles from
Crown land adjoining Adurus 1 ake,
Kamloops District.
Particulars ol Chief Forester, Victoria. B.C. 1st iss.  N.30 3m.
LIQUOR APPETITE
IS NOT INHERITED
It is acquired through Alcoholic
Poisoning which Neal Treatment
eradicates in three daj b,
Ethical Aid which takes away
liquor appetite Given at the
Neal Institute.
THE NEAL INSTIIUTE
L 'M:mm
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Importarit Auci;un Caie ut Horses
Having received instructions from
the Lan■! and Agricultural Company,
of Canada, I will tell by I'ublic Auction at theii Home Farm, North oi
Swan Lak., Vernon. B.C., on
WEDNESDAY    M IROH 19th, 1918
  mence at 12:30 p.m.
il—rdeie :    Peroheron    stallion,
• in"   ilmp    i .13. i   (7473S)  c0l-
,r .., foaled March 16th, 1907
bred bj   M. Riant, France, and     lm-|
ported   n   November,   1909,   by  P.   Le
Gut..   Al <-rti.   (8;—Pedigreed   I'er. li- j
iron MaTi      I   \v r    old.    in fo il     to
(15)—Trams  oi    Heavy
s and Marcs     weighing   from1
00, broken to harness
nnd l   a rin • in n e   fro     5 to 9 years
i20,—I  year-old Geldings, weight ab-,
11 b  Ddled bul not broken
ness.    i     Head of     yo     bi
from h 'a y n ares.
By   our! O.P.Ry. the train
will   to d b    i lir , boi h
i n day  of Sal
tc on band at Com] \    .on of-1
flee t.,        t arrival i dai a-
i        Irom   Lake
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18 pei
enl
T.   I   TRAPP & CO.,
Audi
OUT OP TIIE  RUIN
of ih.it liie you Bee i'i ii   p >licj    w i
wrote   fe,i   you.   The !n"iie\ you'll
iv paid (eii it   will  . ovei   youi
mul perhaps  bettei   vnu condition.
AN   RASTER   I'Ol.K'V
■. it ha\ e.    Pn
itiiuin ■ ore lo« an I   ■
Do it to-d    .
KOOTENAY A6ENCIES. Ltd.
R
,
Tinsmith Rapairs, Hot All
nnd Kurnnic wurk
- WORK    SHOP
Connausi-.t Avo.   -    RoveUtoko
See
the
Prices
SALE of DISHES
See
the
Prices
Pontraciva Silver-Grey  stock patterns
Cups <& Saucers Regular #3.00 Doz. This week $2.15
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
2.10
1.55
1.00
1.70
1.25
.90
.45
.30
.55
1.15
.25
91'-piece Set of Above, Regular $22 50,   This Week. $14.50
These Dishes are Semi-Porcelain, and   the  pattern   is
guaranteed not to rub off.
SEE   OUR   CENTER   WINDOW
Revelstoke Hardware Company, Ltd.
Dealers in Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Paints, Oils, C5i,c.
Agents for Minerva Paints and Oxford Ranges.
t-OOO Q- 0<K>0-0<>0<KH>0-0-0-CK><>0-0-00-9
McRaes t
Big Shoe
Having decided to clear out
our line of WALKOVER
SHOES we have placed
on sale all of our remaining
stock at $3.75 Per Pair.
Don't fail to see our windows and buy while the
sizes last.
m 'iff
McRae Mercantile Co.
Q Tbe Kevelstoke Home of Society Brand i lol Q
q and ll. s. ivters Overall! ?
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Capital Subscribed            - 6.000,000.00 9
Capital Paid Up              -      . 6,620,00^.00 I
Reserve       .... 6,620,000.00 A
0 Total Assets,       -      - 572,CC0,CCO.00 <>
O Branches or Apcntf nt al) principal pi ilntl In Canada. 0
A Agenta In Great Britain and (7nhea Statu    London, England, A
T Lloyds Bank, Limited.    ( hicago—Firn  National Bank, Porn El V
Q change National Bank.   Beattie—Seattle National Bank,  N»nPran- Q
A Cisco—Weill Fargo Nevada  National Bank I i  i ,.i ^i >k
T National Bark. V
9 Savlnfa Bank Department 0
T PeponiU of  91  and upward,   received, and   Intemt alii w<>d at    T
O  current rata from date of dapodt.   Com  , ••'iieitid. 6
x     Revelstoko Branch- A. B. MoCleneghan, fSgr,    9
0000<KK>0<K^CKK><H>C OO   >OCK O-O-OO
WHITE STAR - DOMINION LINE
ROYAL MAI!. STEAMERS SAILING EVERY SATURD '• Y
LARGEST   STEAMERS TO   CANADA
New S.S. Laurentic and Mcgantic |;5.000 Tons>
S.S. "Teutonic" and S.S. "Canada" . 10.000 Tons)
2 feet l<»np.
Now is the time to arrai
of your fri< - -
prepaid tickets,
commui
all details and
posite I witl
pass
FOR SAILIN P .
COMPANY'S   OFFICI
619 Second Uvenue, Hear Cherry St, S tattle PAGE FOUR
THE MAIL-HERALD,REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,  MARCH   15th, 1913.
SATURDAY   SALE
v-W   !
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Cold Water
KALSOMINE I
PER PACKAGE
ANY COLOR
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BOURNE BROS., LIMITED
First Street, Revelstoke,  Tel.  No. 22
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Choice u.-oceries,   Fruit,    Vegetables
Hay, Feed and Poultry  Supplies
Heating' Stoves
Koobenay Ranges
Saskalta Ranges
Sunshine Furnaces
Hardware and  Sporting Goods
We are offering good discounts   ■'.' all Crockery,
Glass and Silverware during month of January.
BOURNE BROS.. LIMITED
First St, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
Plumbing Heating Tinsmith
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PUBLISHED   tt EDNESDAV   AM)
RCVCLS rnKC  P-   C
^ntcnov ipubltebtitfl Company.
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REVtLSTOKE
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Real Slaughter Sale
The slaughter sale now In full swing
at C.S, McParland's in tho Howboh
Block, lms lieen an eye-opener to
Revolstoke citizens?. Already thousands of dollars worth of t;oods for
men and l oys nave been secured by
the wide awaka citizens at a little
mora than cost price. There are still
Inin Ireds of bargains to l u had nt
still tun hei- reduced prices. The Big
Haul Concert held in this store last
Saturday evening was ,, mo^t enjoyable affair an I witnessed by hundreds
ol townspeople.
Tonight is tho time to Becure still
further bargain-* in lho line of spring
•nits and iu fat every conceivable
i.nl of wearing apparel suitable tor
the si..-hit -ex. Remember the timo
and place. McParland's Kto-e., tonight   in the Howson Iilock.
.913   NEW MILLINERY     '913
SMYTHE'S
Plymouth
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EGGS ron HATCHING
BARRED    ROCKS  	
Exhibition   Strain   $r>.00
PARTR1DGK    ROCKS 	
Exhibition   Strain    $5.00
WHITE    HOCKS    ,	
Exhibition   Strain   $3.00
BUFF    ROCKS 	
Exlvibiti n    Strain  $3.00
See, n<l I'm Barred Rocks  $3.00
(Per Setting o' n Eggs)
My Barred White Buff Rooks have won
wherever     uhown   at both Provincial
Shows   I   won    S'.x  Prizes       :       :
STOCK   KOH SALE.
ROY SMITHE
REVELSTOKE
IT    IS    IMPORTANT
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March 12th
and following days
Our
Millinery   Opening
for 1915
MISS CALL, who his jmt retnrnad from Eastern
Markets, ha3 visited tha different Wholesale
Millinery Openings in Toronto, Chicago and Winnipeg.
Yoa can depend upon the very Latest Spring
Styles for 1913.
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REID & YOUNG
Employers
Want I. C. S. Students
Beci us" Tiny Know Thai
1. 'I In- I.e. S, can   t lain any
nmn '»..■•will i ry.
ii. Su h   imining  i*  pn>oli<.il
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mii'ii ions p -r-is'< til m,il H'-
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Decide To-Day
To Bo como an I. C.S. Man
Rt. Hon.
Sir Geo. Houston fcid
C.C.H.G., P.C, D.C.I., K.C.B.
Prime Minister of Australia
"So much impressed am I
with the excellent work
the International Correspondence Schools are
doing in promoting mental development and preparing men and women
for advancement in life,
that I am sending a message of encouragement
anel congratulation to
! now taking I.C.S.
in Australia.
"J hope that this great
ill meet with
with a rapidly  increasing
juccess."
Education
and Experience Together
• I  '   S., ■   in nool ber
nei   your
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lork .mil
The Ideal Method
PER CENT
DISCOUNT
^During Exhibition of
Students Technical Drawings
March 11 till 19
Begin To-Day
How much nearer promotion are you to-day
than a year avo? You'll
be no nearer next year,
or the year after, unless
you learn more about
your work. Stop "iroing
to seed."   Begin NOW.
l.f.T LS TELL YOU HOW
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Use I. C.S. TEXT BOOKS
Cornell      Lehigh Stanford
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The Same Books You Will Study
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Through I C. S. Training You Can
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Many Other Positions
Architect Auto Runner
Concrete tixpert      Electrician
Plumber Motorman
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Show Card Writer    1'onltry Bxpert
Window Trimmer    Patternmaker
Bookkeeper Moliler
Stenographer Blacksmith
'1\ pewriter Teacher
Surveyor Commercial Law
i aas Engineer Pirenian
Rlectrical Km.incir
Meclianical   Bngineer
.Mechanic.il Draftsman
Mining Bngineer
Mine Superintendent
Mine I'lireniau
Mine Surveyor
Stationary Engineer
Refrigeration Rngineer
ASK FOR THE FREE BOOKLET
Rt. Hon.
SIR JOSEPH GEO. WARD
BA.-IT.a P.G.. LL.D., K.C.M.G.
Prime Minister
of New Zealand
" I am proud to show my
appreciation of the All-
Empire work in which
you are engaged. The
Postmaster-General of the
great Commonwealth of
Australia has given instructions to shousandsof
oilicers in that important
department urging them
to join this institution.
Upon my return to New
Zealand 1 will give similar directions regarding
important departments in
that country."
INTERNATIONAL
CORRESPONDENCE
SCHOOLS
SCRANTON, PA.
Exhibition in Vacant Store
between cTWcFarland and
Howson on McKenzie Av.
KEVELSTOKE
in Spare Moments
At limni' ami at small
expense yon can
1. Prepare   fov   some   chosen
occupal ion
2. Qualify for advancement in
j our work.
'■I.   Change yonr line of work.
Jtsk for Free Booklet
Telling How to
Get Ahead
WINTER TIME TABLE
24:66
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Depart     12:16
NEW BUSINESS
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The Kee Moon Restaurant, Old Town, Revelstoke, has been
taken over by a New Owner, "Lim On," who will open up for
business to day.
MEALS AT ALL HOURS,  DAY AND NIGHT
Everything good to Eat in Season.
SHORT ORDERS   CHOP SEEY OUR SPECIALTY
Tobacco and Cigars.  We Never Sleep. Always at Your .^ervice?
LIM ON RESTAURANT PAGE SIX
THEIMAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, MARCH 15th, 1913.
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Velvet Rugs
at
Half-Price
YOU ARE INVITED
To inspect our bargain offerings
There's a surprise awaiting the
investigator. Things are doing
at the HOWSON Store. Be
there to see.
Furniture
at
Half - Price
CONSTE
SALE
The Event
must be of vast importance to every
family near and far
—not commonplace
—not ordinary-but
an extraordinary opportunity. Prices are
madeth rough out
this vast stock that
positively are lowe
than ever known in
Revelstoke—THIS IS
ABSOLUTELY TRUE.
Here] are conditions
that must appeal to
prudent housekeepers. Money-saving
conditions—that no
family can afford to
neglect—its a case
of your benefitting
by economies far
greater than you
anticipate. Let us
show you how muoh
for how little.
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into your interior consciousness. Remember
this Sale is not a spasmodic attempt to infuse
life into the every day
affairs of the Store
We adopt extreme measures to test the appreciation of the public-"^tb
determine—if a genuine
cut in price—a sacrifice
of entire profft. Will
induce a generous response from the public.
We promise a splendid
opportunity for money-
saving—greater by far
than any that was ever
before known in this
section. Will you secure the benefit.
LTU.
GET THE BENEFIT
of the huge reduction in prices
Why should you not. The
bargains are up to you. We
have done our part, Hence
get busy. SATURDAY,  MARCH 15th, 1913.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
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WIN
Elkins Bros.
Elkins Bros.
Elkins Bros.
Elkins Bros.
Elkins Bros.
Ltd
Ltd
Have been selling Vancouver property in Revelstoke
for Six Years.
Have more satisfied customers in British Columbia
■    than any other firm or Corporation.
Ltd.
Ltd.
Ltd.
We're the first Real Estate firm to sell Vancouver
Property to up-country people.
Are still selling to their old customers for whom
they have made, money on former investments.
Have always done a straight and legitimate business and for that reason have a better connection up
country than any other Real Estate firm.
Those who purchased from us in Burnaby will be pleased to know
that the Vancouver-Westminister road is now closed and being- paved,
also the Municipality of Burnaby will spend one million dollars for improvements this year. Beautiful Burnaby will be in a short time one of
the best and most up-to-date residential districts on the Pacific coast.
We have a few choice lots left, and can assure our customers that
the property they purchase from us in our Burnaby Subdivision will be
a splendid investment.
Reference: Molsons Bank, Revelstoke
Elkins Bros., Ltd.   G. V. Taylor,
18 Union Bank Bldg.
Vancouver.
Sales Manager for Elkins Bros, Ltd.
King Edward Hotel,
Revelstoke
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THE MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
PAGE SEVEN
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All During March There
Wi,l be Plenty of Bargains Displayed in This
Store, Watch for Them
Watch Our Windows for
Special Lines and Bargains During March and
Look at Price Tickets.
INjw Spring Blouses
NEW   BPRING   BLOUSES ol Bheor Lawns   and  Linen,
for Ladies Several New    Idoas     an;l   BtylEe,   At all
l"! !■ OS       $1.90    lee    $5.00
A Bargain in Underskirts
\ BARGAIN IN DND3RSKIRTS—Several kin.Is. Silk
Taffetita, Mercori/.- I Sateens, Fancy Brocades. All
lengths,  a'l colors $2.75 to $3.75 values foi-  .11.'JO
Siik and Satin Skirts
\  CLEARING  LOT07    Silk and   Satin    Skins     and
Waists   at $8.90
SAINT PATRICK'S DAY
MONDAY, MARCH 17, 1913
Saint Pdtriok Day Emblems
R \INT PATRICKS'   DAY EMBLEMS, on SALE at  10c
i low Cotton Crepes, All Colors
NEW  COTTON CHIOP.'.S  in all Colors.    All the Wanted
Shades, 2S inch w .1 ■ al 15e,
One of the days we celebrate.
Canadians generally have a
profound respect for the honor
their fathers pay the patron
Saints of their different countries and usually help celebrate these days with enthusiasm.
Pretty English Prints
PATTEN PERFECT   ENGLISH  Print*  and Percales, 82
inch  wide-.      Tin        at   -t   :-h ewinir  of    pretty    colors
wo bavo yet had a1    1^c-
Embroideries and Laces
NEW EMBROIDERIES AND LACES .n rt.'..: variety,
from thc neat Narrow Edgings .. the widest Flounc
ings from   .v. to $2.00
Quaker Grey Suitings
QUAKER GREY SUITINGS, all the Rage this Spring
in Bedford Cords and Whipcords. All the different
Weights for dresses and Suits  $1.00 to 92.00
Fancy Neck Pieces
FANCY   NECK   PIBOSS,    -The loveliest  line   n  Fancy
Neck Pieces wo ha.e   ever   shown.   Jabot.-,     PottB-
• phere Collars,  Etc.,  tron  $25c. to $5.00
M
urnis
Department
fins Footwear for Women
Button  S eoe.-i for Women   are     again     to the fore this
season,  and  with  the buttons remain the Medium high toes
and   >hort Vamps!   Pt.r the Coming Season the heels   will
be  slightly  lower.   Tans ln> all Shades will be much worn,
pecially in the high cut,  fourteen  and     ei.hte n     buttons,
chocolates  oc very  dirk  tan- have made  ih>-ir appearance,
and  give  protni-e  of Icing much worn ne-xi  a ason: but for
tho present season the lighter shades will be more in vague.
We  have  received our lir-t     Spring     Shipment of Women's High tirade boots and Oxfords.   They are all     the
famous   "Bell'  Shoe nnd show all the moit up-to-date features exhibited for the present  Seas n.   We ask  your     in -
vpe tion and do not b. lieve  that  companions  are  obvious.
WOMEN'S  TAN  LACK   or   BUTTON   POOT-Fourteen
Buttons;   Good/ear  Wit,  Medium  heel, short Vamp
new   •'Wedgewood toe.   About     the     classiest little
Shoe shown this a ason.     I'rice,  per pair   $5.00
WOMEN'S  TAN   LACK  or  BUTTON  BOOT—High    Cut
Lace or Eighteen Buttons.   Same' Last and particulars as the Fourteen buttons.     Prire, per pair    ... $6.00
WOMEN'S TAN BUTTON,     CLOTH     TOP - Eighteen
Buttons,  Dark Ta . Cloth Top,     with lighter Vamp
WOMEN'S GUN METAL   LACK     or BUTTON BOOT—
Fourteen  Buttons new toe and    heel.   Very dressy,
and    .ust the thin; for Spring     weather. Price ... $5.00
WOMEN'S GUN METAL  LACE or     BUTTON   BOOTm
High cut Lace or Eighteen Buttons.   Same as Four-
WOMEN'S CHOCOLATE  KID LOW     BOOT—Welt sole,
>hort  Vamp, Flexible as a  glove.   One of the real
WOMEN'S    BUTTON OXFORDS—Dark Tan with   Cloth
Top  to match.    Sh it   Vamp.      "Wedgewood,    last.
WOMEN'S   BUTTON OXFORD—Gun   Metal   with Cloth
Top,  same Last and   weight     as     the Tan.   Trice,
WOMEN'S  PAT OXFORD—Eighteen   Button    or Lace.
Short   Vamp.    Nob toe.      Medium   Heel. Dull     Kid
Tops.       Price,   pei  pair   $4.50
Boy's Shoes on Men's Lasts
" They look just like Dads."     That  is  what
every boy" says of them, and he is right.     Our
"Boy Scout" shoes not only are made  on lasts
just like men's lasts, but  they are made just as
well as men's shoes.     Every pair is "Goodyear
Welt" made, and the stock is of the same high
grade which goes into the finest boots for men.
c/411 the new styles in fine shoes, high and medium toes. All the wear and waterproof qualities
in the heavier grades.     Let us show you what
we mean when we say they are " Little Men's
Shoes" and Better Boys Shoes.
Sizes.  7 to 10        Prices. $2."50 and $2.75
Sizes. 11 to 13        Prices. $2.75  to $4.00
Sizes,   1 to  5        Prices. $3.00  to $4.50
Our* Grocery and Crockery" Department
Pure Clover Honey
Pure Clover Honey
Five Pound Tins   $1-25
Sealers    85      it
Bottles   25c, 35c. and 40   ents
Comlis	
A Fresh Assortment of
MARMALADES      "
OroiB and Blaekwells 7 and 4 Bound Tins.
droll nnd Blaekwells lnnd 2 round Glass Jars.
Kelllen 7 nnd 4 Pound Tin;.
K.illeis   !   POUnd  Glass   .la
Robertsons 7, 4 and 2 Pound Tins.
Ohlveri Oinnge, Flu and 1'iuon in Glass Jan.
Robottioni   Tangerine, Pineapple. Ginger in glass   jars.
Try Dur Canned
Fruits
In  heavy   syrup,   strawberries,   Baspbcrrlea,   Cher-
. Qreen Gage Plums, Bombard Plums, Peaches and
in 2 Pound Tins.
Pie  Frtits  in Gallon     Tins— Pumpkin,    Peaches,
Pears, Rhubarb and Plums.
Evaporated Fruits
Mew  and  Fre h P-achse,  Pcau,  Apples, Figs  and
Pi tines
Sunbeam Tea Red Label Good Blue Label Best
THE BEST BRANDS OF TEA ON EARTH
Specials for Friday and Saturday
97-Piece Dinner Set     $7.50
Three Tables of Chinaware 20  Per Cent. Discount
Watch Our Corner Windows tor Grocery Specials.
House Furnishing; Department
Spring will soon be hero, that means New Carpets, Linoleum, Curtain*, Wallpaper, Window Shades,
Verandah Screens, Ktc. We have all of tbu above In select designs and oiors at reasonable prices. For
the  balance of this week wo are making a reduction on Rugs, to make  room for New  Stock.
As you know thu cost of raw Material has been advane ing (or the past few years, and it eflecte the
Cork, Oil and .lule that Ib used in making Linoleum. Prices on Linoleum have advanced about20 per
per cent on what they were two years ago. We have a full line that was bought at the old prloee and
will sell at tho old prices as long ai it lasts. Do not wait but buy now and -ave food internet on
your money. We have received a large consignment of good serviceable beds that we can aflord to give
you the benefit of the low price ou them. They are four feet and four feet six (full ^Ize). We will aell
at thc low price of $5.00, as long as they last. We will be pleased to show them to you i! interested.
We have  many  other articles you will require for Spring. PAGE KIGHT.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,  MARCH 15th, 1913.
DR. PRICES
Cream
Baking Powder
Pure,   Healthful,   Dependable
Its active principle solely
grape acid and baking
soda. It makes the food
more delicious and wholesome.   	
The  low priced, low grade
powders put alum or lime
phosphates in the food.
Ask Your Doctor About That
Y.M.C.A.
WEEKLY
__ NOTES
BASEBALL DISCUSSION CLASS
This class is improving in numbotl.
sonic very important probloma have
ul ready bflen thrashed out. Now ls
tho time to learn thc rules, so that
you will have thom at a moments notice. This class is hold overy Monday
at 7:30 p.m. for men, and very Satur
iluy afternoon at 1:30 for Juniors.
EXHIBITION.
Everybody is Rcttinf; ready far the
great exhibition in the spring, which
will be held on April 4tb. Somo clev
er work in pyramids und balancing
will be put on, also drills tumbling,
horse und liar work. This is a great
tivnt for thfl children, so keep tho
night clear and bring them .along. Tie
kets can be bad from the Y boys.
BOWLING.
The first scries of tho two man league is ulmost finished,    tho   following
Bi/ley and More d'Moatcd Wallace
and Stortz.
Knight und Palmer defeated Wood
and Gordon.
Cowan and Patterson defeated
Thomson and Hume.
Roberts and R. A. Paterson defeat'
ed Burridge and Rose.
Lyons and Myles defeated Nemeir &
Lawrence.
Copeland and Eamst defeated Johnson and  Somes.
Samson und t'.iguire defeated McOar
ter and Hill.
Owing to some of the igames in the
last series not being finished, we aro
unable to give a complete schedule, I
but the teams who have not finished
will get notice when they are to play
from the Becretary.
On Monday afternoon the best score
for the winter on the Y alleys was
bowled by John Bi/ley, (he score being 2M pins, beating tho high score
previously made' by Chas. Procunier of
134 by 12 pins.
MEN'S SUNDAY MEETING.
On Sunday nftrrnoon at 3:45, thi'
Rev. G. E. Hai twell will be the BpeRk
er, these meetings nre enjoyed by all
who attend. A nearly invitation is
extended   lo all men.
No Other Hosiery
Offers This
Foot-clothing that fits with absolute perfection, I
reasons you will readily see if you'll glance at
picture here ... the only hose made that is permanently shapetl to the foot and leg, and that is bnth
Seamless and  Snug-Fitting
•
You would not think of buying hose with a seam up the front
of  the lotf . . . . wouldn't that be  ugly and uncomfortable ?
Probably you buy  the kind with  a seam up the back only
because you didn't  know   there was a kind free from that
discomfort   and   unsightliness.     There is,  however.   You
i can (Jet the better kind in  any  weight  or  color  if you
buy hosiery made by
Penmans   Limited
Paris ■ Canada
Underwear,   Sweaters,   Hosiery
A s,'i .ntlfic writer says      t'hat     the
I JEW'S   I )RUG   STORK
Brownie's   $1 to $4.00
Folding Brownie's       $5 to $12
Kodaks    $10 to $65
Winter or Summer
You Can Kodak
BEWS  The $&ZiM Store
DISTINCTIVE CUT GLASS
Vases, Bowls, Comports,
Manufactured by "Libby"
BE NOT DECEIVED
CT. GrTJ^T BAEBEE
C. P. R. WATCH INSPECTOR
is the result, also the schedule for the  only color that can be determined by
second series: j the sen->e of touch is blue.   True en -
Munroe and Barber defeated New- outrh.   A man always knows when ho
some and Tweedie. | feels blue.—New Orleans Pie-ayune.
L. E.GRIFFITHS
Hay, Grain and Feed
Office :
Cumming's Transfer Co'y
Second Street
G. W. HALL,
Manager
W.  H.  WALLACE,  M.B.C.S.A.
ARCHITECT
Box 203, Telephone 313, Revelstoke
ROBERT HMITH.
Provincial   Land   Suveyor,
Miair.g Surveyor,
EnrinetrtDl
McKENZIK   AVE.,
BOX    IOC.    REVELSTOKE
HAR\ BJ'S,  McCARTER
AND PINKHAM,
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros.
Props.
First-Class in all
respects.
All Modern
Conveniences
RATES. $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Rates
REULSKM.IU.
Barrister*.   Solicitor*,   Etc.
Imperial   Hai;k   UuildinK  Revel-
ttok*. B. C.
M..ney to Loaa.
OfflcM—ReveUtoka,    B.    C.     aad
Cranbrook, B.  C.
• rn     S. McL'artar,
A. If. Pinkham. J. A. H*rv«y
Ravelatokt, franbrook
KOOTENAY
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Halcyon Hoi Springs Sanitarium
Wm. BOYD, Proprietor. •        Halcyon  Arrow Lakes
Fruit  Lands Lumbermen
FOR SA1 i
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•Howa'      HaU
tha 1 -i each month
at   i  p. -       .     -etfcren       ar«
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J. ID HAMILTON, W. M.
A. G. BROOKER. Secretary.
FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL
it mokes r.o difference Whal you tie.lire- (e;i
tills I 'My    y, (1,
jii.il n itfa the        • '.-■ of nun ry stock
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All   t:  >,-'■'      rli '    -
evergrcei R, t. ses, .:   . sold I
teed
TRUE TO NAME
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LANDSCAPE GARDENING
Sc   WHAT TO PLANT"
32 PAGES. :      (ST iMPS)
PHASER
[Valley
miseries!;"*.
RICHARD MC.C0M3.GFJLMCR I
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Seamless
REDUCTION IN ELECTRICAL FIXTURES
Are you wanting any Electrical Work Done ?
If so, call at the Revelstoke Plumbing C&,
Sheet   Metal  Co.'s Store, Connaught Avenue.
A. G. DUCK
ELECTRIC   SUPPLY   STORE
Phone JS1
Night Phone 40
V. O. Box 4rl
FACTORY
REBUILT
TYPEWRITERS
Remington $35   Empire $25   Underwood $65
And numerous othor bargains. Send for complete li.st of H.ightly used
machines rebuilt in our own factory nnd mude uh good na new. We save
you $15 to $7.'> on nny machine.   Satisfaction gimrantucd.
Canadian Typewriter Exchange, Dept. 21, Suite 305,319 Pender W., Vancouver, B.C.
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Howson CEZ, Co., Ltd.
Furniture, Carpets and Linoleum at Eastern Prices, Freight
cyldded.
Howson C& Co., Ltd.
ARE   YOU   MUSICAL ?
Then take advantage (ef an exceptional opportunity. Cull nt
BINGHAM'S MISH' STOBK
and inspect the stock <>[ Mandolins, Violins, Cuitars, Acccrd-
eons, Piccolos, Flutes, Multi-
Flutes, Harmonicas, Albums,
(Sheet Musio, Player Rolls, Silk
Pinno Drapes, Etc. gelling al
nrst in cost price to clear.
Edison Phonographs and Victor
Cramophcnes Also 500 Kdison
Wax Records Belling at 40c.
(Usual Price, <e.V. i .-111(1 a lirst
class selection of Blue Seal
Unbreakable   Records   ai    65c.
Come Early aud Cet First choice
Piano  Tuning and   Repairs   a
Spi rialty.
IJINCHAM'S   MI.'SIC   STOKE
KENZIE   AVE. Revelatoke.      -       Phone 262.
u. o.
Rkpri Sl STATU !
WHITE PEOPLE
Be reasonable! D send vour hard-earned money
to Chinal   R member, we are here to do your work and
mploy I'm- only.   Be progressive,  and
do the  Wi  I   Kootenay Steam
I      d,      R It       and delivi ry Bervice.
WEST KOOTENAY STEAM LAUNDRY
ne80 EAR]   ! IARRACLQUGH, Manager. SATURDAY, MARCH 15th, 1913.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
TAGE NINTff
AND
Man's Twaad Suits
Values to $15
Men's   Heavy
Working Shots
.10
Values in this Lot up to $3
DRESS SHIRTS
Mc FAR LAND'S
USINESS
BARGAINS
45c,
Values Up to $1.75
Balbriggan Underwear
37
&.
Values 50c. and 65c.
cTWen's Mixed  Cotton Hose
3 for 25c.
Red and Blue Bandanas
3 for 25c
STO
This Sale Will Positively Close Sat., March 22
Just seven more days and your opportunity for
money-saving-for Bargains will be gone. We're giving you fair warning. If you want to share in this
Bargain Feast you'll have to hurry. (Tempus Fugit).
Time is fleeting-get into the game at once. Don't
wait! Don't Hesitate! He who hesitates is lost! Loses
all chance to get the greatest values his money ever
before offered or ever a? ain will buy. For the last
seven days of this Phenomenal Bargain Sale.
OVERALL and JUMPERS
95c.
Union Made 95c. Per Garment
Men's Tweed, Worsted Serge Suits
Values to $27.50
REMEMBER
WE ARE GOING TO QUIT
Saturday,March 22
THE FINISH
GREATER"
REDUCTIONS
Will be made. We
not a Dollar of
Left on hand when
Business Career in
Read the
Values
$120.00
SCHOLARSHIP
GIVEN   AWAY
SATUilDAY, MARCH 22
We have arranged with the International Correspondence School of
Scranton, Pa , and London, Eng., for
a scholarship in any of tha following
sciences, which will be given away
free to the holder of the]Lucky number.
The winner of the Scranton Scholarship secures a fully paid-up course in
Electrical  Engineering
Mining Engineer
Mechanical Engineer
Civil Engineer       Assaying
Draftsman       Advertising
Surveying       Bookkeeping
Stenography    {Metallurgy
Structural Engineer
GET   A   CAR D
GREATER
INDUCEMENTS
Are Determined That
This Stock Shall Be
We Wind Up Dur
Revelstoke
Come and
Investigate
Men's Tweed, Worsted, Serge Suits
Values to $22.50
Excelda Handkerchiels
4 for 25c.
Heavy Wool Sox
3 for 50c.
MACKINAW COATS
Tan and Black
$3.90
Values to $6.00
Men's Heavy Cotton
Underwear
25c.
Per Garment
omen's Flannel Shirts
Collars Attached
Blue. Grey and Tan
$1.35
Values Up to $2.25
MEN'S   PANTS
1.85
Values Up to  $3.50
Men's Tweed, Worsted, Serge Suits
Value to $35.00
i
C. S. MCFARLAND
OUTFITTER FOR MEN WHO KNOW
HOWSON   BLOCK REVELSTOKE, B. C.
LOOK FOR THE STORE WITH THE RED SIGNS
SEVEN  DAYS
and then
THE   END
I : TEN.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, MARCH 15th, 1915
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LOCAL AND
V,
t\
**.....*■
bLNLRAL J;
D. Mel can ,.. Saskatoon, arrived in
town
\\.  .'.   Ban le  of .-'a mi, n Arm,    wa i
sterday,
I ;   X. Coursier will me-  i ■ leivo
<. the LSth ii   t.
V     .     \i sand t ..f  Vancou im   is a
Kil  ■   E ■ m ard.
1 ...    I Comaplix wa    doing
week.
Bi at       [Nakusp,  came     in
t. train \\
1 ... ami   .'	
-. ■ .       ■ May.
i
g • .      e : . . ■        •.. Sun
it   Ll   p.m.
...i
week end.
i c   a ti   tn
a-t bo.tnd
I      ren    will i   -
:   L7th,  an I  not  i
■ tt Lnnipeaj, .
■. ek on
Th ir will he a meeting ot the
Revelstoke Gun Club hold on
Monday evening bhe 17th inst.,
at the Revelstoke Club at eight
p. in.
"FORESTERS
ENTERTAIN
AT SOCIAL
Valley,     was
i
:    of   1 Ind f >y.
\ n
ona e,
Mush
■ rda i fro a i
p      ■    ,, ,   li   : ..       '.
ntin      who  tot   tb
j ng in ops i
e
■1    the
., •   t i ,-ards
[rage will be
'. :.       at   1'" M
111 ba
on     a   I
.   will     be
'   an 1
: Sunday,
ave, will
ubj c s : —
'  w'■>•
: Sun
'  il wel
M    :"
tli
50 yi tra, a
■ b.
ry,   ;.
■
-  i
I
' ffo -
Ohas   lli'ileen-i of Winnipeg, is In the
••ity. i
\|iiil  is   i adl   '   Auxiliary to B,    of
1,. IS, Da ' •■■ al   tho opera house-.
Mrs. Samuel Needham has just undergone a nucci'ssful operation for ap
Pendiclts at  lhe hospital.
April ISth, is the- a.in- fixed foi the
big dun e o   the  Ladies  auxiliary  to
lhe 13.  .ei  i..   '■'.    liememb r the .lat.-.
Mi s, Mm \ I al tier of Clan.vlllia n,
-.vas bro ign a hospital last Mon
t'uy, and i   now  reported to be   lm
in o\ ing.
The- manj  fi lends of Mi  , Beck, now
ho ho .  t.ii   w ill 1 e  glad to learn
di Uy i co\  i mm    [ro a
her recent illness,
Mr. Allwoo ! w ii" v..i - t . sing at tho
Pati lei       ,..-i- 11   , . i    .. in,  tt'a
.  b i\ ii ■ been   '.ill
- 1 out of town yesterdaj   morning,
aa   \\   an.a.     ol llll    M.ui.'
i an   and     own 't ol     the Watei
owet hotel of the sa n' place, is pay
■ \   .i   lo hi     -ii in-law, Mr.  El,
i     Fromey.
'I he  yo ing      pi opie  ol      St.   John's
cell irat Ing   tho 17th       of
.an'ii by  .:   Sl.  Patrick's . o ial     on
a -,:    All      youn -   p op e
.a .- in . it .1.
R r th    tea at  Mrs.  Stei n
'■a - ,,-i   M in !i  2     .    i.- i. bj        tho
adie    \ ax.:;ai >  ,,-  St. John's church
A ''til.ttaiy table     will be in - .i.l
Tli.-   ntertainment
tei l i      :■ li    'a     i to    ; .mk a.l
■ .'. ti       by their I Ind a       a it e,
e i to i ak   the St. ]   ti
.!   I     g    -'ll    A  '   tO     '
All    ii IVe! tee;  m    l;l Ij   .      .. HJ     j,,
■ a ati ino in and evi ning at Mrs. J.
:.  Mar;h  20th.    tt
liar    o
n     - lm. th.   A  i iilinary  table wlll
ee    : .: I   .1
ft'edn    lay, It th. mai
i j   of  th    bit h of David Liv
1 .a     aplorer,
uary,   Thi ei ary   is
a      Bervlces
world.    In
th-- Pre indaj i v
the tii si ol
riii.. Life   ol
Th   [o Ii     ii ari   authoii. -
I
th inst,     at
!•'    V .1.   11.     M
' I
'    1-T Id,   ''.  w
llSO
'
-
D     .:.
■
a I
. uee,
'ITi.- nton lily social evening of
Oourt Mt. Begbie I.t).P., was held on'
Monday and proved that as entertainers the l'Vi'M ters aro unsurpassed. The
auction tale conducted by Mr. Tucker
hi his boa'i smile an-d lu It pleasant
niaiui -i-, provided much amusement,
competition for the- parcels being keen
the Orphan! Fund benefitted to tho
amount of $10.50, 'I h it all present
ippre iati-i  the  program  was evident
 »"»•*•**♦•••*»»*«
a a
Owing     to illness of members *
..   lb   I !omp iny,  the engagement "
'   I'm'  ih i    we -k  < o ami ncin ;  Mon- '
day,  the ii th Ins ., at tbo Km- *
'   pro     th -atie, of     lhe    Griffith *
i 'i eni an -    is inn ■ lied.
a a
...........   a..*.....
. y   Ihe applall -      which  iollowcd  lho
: i inter li b   item.   Mi s     Alic '
' ''el as ac o npanist in a niau-
i mi   whii h contributed  greatly to tli-'
ol iln1 -vi ning ■ i ntertainment,
'. he  ifo.'i'ii'ii   waa  as  follows:
i >'m..   ' Tell   Mo  Shepherds,"   Messrs,
lot   an,  I oil and  ■■ on 11.
on  .  ' I- lij ht  of   \ ;i s,"     Mr.     W,
by.
Son,',    "Whon  You  are     Married,''
M,  Morgan.
Son ■. "Star of lhe De lort and Whon
'■ go Down the \ ale," Mr, Hyde,
Du t.  "Life's  Dream  Is O'er,"    Mr.
n ! Mr . Morgan.
R cl   ii ion, Wm. S. Camon n.
i ■   .  ■ Th    Bas oi n and   ho Con -
a i'.n-."  Mr.   rones,
Di'. i.  "The  Ch     fui       in r   ■- ,1   i i«
Melant holy  B    >," Messrs,  rue an
'
1 i' •   akes i lace   ou
.Monday, April  14th, whist drive being
u - ot the
repair their errors and recall lost
chances. Right here in your home
town today, those of you who are
musically inclined or have musical
tastes, have wiihin their reach an excellent opportunity to secure n Morris
Kield and Rogers Piano, which wus
built to onler but live years ago, and
which i.s today in every lit as good
a condition -hut with improved tone
qualities—as it. was lho day it left
tin- factory, The Instrument is built
in a beautifully designed solid Walnut
. '.-i,,- ol the large .size, and has an
handsomely carved linis'h. This ideal
Instrument waa traded for a Player
Piano with a family of high standing
in this I'l'o.in ■. as Ihey were not in
the fortunat ■ 1'0-it Ion I o '''I. tbe full
bene il [rom the ordinal y piano. This
inslrum a' ia: I) - seen by the public
al any time by - ailing at Tho Now-
eombo Piano Co., Iti , show rcom,
McKenzie avenue, and as this Arm do
not special] ■ i anything bul new
instruments of their own manufacture
lhe i trty Fortunate - nou h to secure
this i i,ii i will | ' Ba u ' al sai't'i I e'
I nee. it • alive ii] I lm ■ an I opportunity,
**•»»« a
NOTICE
All changes o( ads must positively be banded into this office
by Monday evening in order that
the change shall appear ill Wod-
n tsdaj 's issue and any changes
intended fo- Saturday's issue
must be handed in not later
than Thursday evening of each
wck. Business men plci^e take
not" of the above.
OtiSIStSS LOCALS
SOCIAL AND
PERSONAL
»     Mr. J. City Barber is in the bospit
*  ul with an attack of the grippe,
a
Miss jettison who has been visiting
f  Miss Paget tor some time, ha- return
t   nl   to her home  in  Oaigary.
I
•1   Mr.  and .Mrs.  Coming lelt Wednes-
St. Patrick's Entei ai merit
St.    'atrl k's i on rt  cam    ofl       a
little ahead i i time thi   , ar, but  it
1 n.".     ifiei   my i bai . " e. The
Impre s theal
.'Hi'       H
The mt
■ -"'" !l ■    '1        ■   ■   .ri> s   ri h    .-on-
ard   io 1  ttei   ad
in     " B u lemeere's
ilother
A
if" gem
8,     she
liki   . : liniat-
in    th
I ■ ee from
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tfc hoir  wlll
th-   . I Out Tl
V 0, "He
9   ■ Bye."
oil    o!
' I    tandinK of M    -is.
alty     dealer-,     by
b  .nv of the following
nent   -  •   '-as,  who      nr"
O .t   of  a  Iiii ge numlier
Whoa i  hi    i-   • . n a ■  hav-
int- h.a!    satisfactory     dealings with
thnt - iimi: |
w. m Kenzie  C P.R. engineer; A. 0.
H«B  0 -lonal    inspector;    J.
D.  Si holson,  rpn,  engineer.  All  oi
eur own eity, K.-.els ok,-, b. C.
Bargains For All
men
i
Tie'     i    no doubt but that     p'-opie
.-. ill come here for a radius ol     ioo
om   ol these
tli les oi furniture al II   ■
therefore  Important  that lo al    pur •
base:     bo    i   lie t. their
al   this    ale,   and   I DOI   tie  disnp
pointei .ti theli   ■ lection.
Don't fail to all and <«. for your
-•elf this llaUghtei ale oi high ,
furniture.
•
The el at ii ei i nne I very suddenly on
.' 11 day, M.ii ■ h llth, of Mrs. Alex,
McR io, Sr., ni the ho no ol hei la
.. hter Mrs, Estey, in Chase, B.C. Only
i.isi week Wrs. McKao was in Revelstoke e n o\ ing ,, short visit with her
.- ..ns and daughters here I - foro re -
i o. in , t.e Cl a- b. At th u time ■ ha
was in perfect health but a coll .lev.-I
oping into pneumonia carried her o.l
.n a few days, as on account of her
;, -. 5 yi ari. hei i y3tem was unable
io resist tho -ii.e, a b, The remains
were ' Iou bt io this oity the home of
hei el le t ii '. VIi. Ales. Mi Rae, on
fhursday.
'I h • funeral st rvico vvas - t, cte I by
. F.W. Steven ion, at l" " dock on
. r daj i • inu ' Rev. W. C. Caldor,
. ho h id hecn ft'rs, M< ' lae's p o ■
wh -ii he li\l here, led i.i A b taut iful
i I'ayif.   Mr-.     Bews and     ilrs.  Keliie
a duet ' Shall   ive  Meet  Boj ond
th ■  River,"   wiih  .le ply  touch!
feet..   The - aski t and hi ar  ■ woi    cov
r   . . .th  a   wi Uh   of   .. .i   ni. ci at i'or
I  o     In    .    ' II   th   family  wero precunei al as .-..'11 as   i lat
, ! old fiii-n I .
The late Mrs.  M Rae,  -a -  boi n   in
. a Chute,  ■ e.   in      :; ,   but    lived
r married lil    in Gl   i ;arj
. ounty, Ontario.        re    ei   len child -
. n were i o,n.   Her husband died   25
bul  Mi -. McRao continue 1
old ho
ee.     .'.ile-ll     -1'C     lI'llKeVe-d    111     1 ,C > I 1 -lilli-
..il later to Nelson, to livo with Mrs.
was ni    ;, kindly, K-'nio-l
tion b       ■■     ler n    much
an 1     won her      ,   .
I aves
■
'    Al h and Ja ies of
i ■   iu
ai -I    .   .',. ol   Van-
'       arc Mrs. Thos
0 c.   anl   Mrs.   Estey,
to the fun-
trotn      Dr.     und
'   '
•i:     and
. J. McRae,     M and
I.. 0. Mas-
.  Mr a ml
Dr, an.l Mrs. W.  ll.
Chung
Mr. an 1 Mrs
Howe
>ill.y,
■
.nl     Mre.
'
Mr.
■
GALT GOAL is handled exclusively
in Revelstoke by the Revelstoke Genera) Agencies, Ltd.
Of course you will take in Ihe Hig
t loncerl given under i be au pioes of
St. Peter's church at tho opera house
Easter Monday evening,
March 2i lh -the    I,.A. n. ot R. T.,
Ullltial   Al   I Inini'   and   I'auee   in     the
opera hou.-. Catvtel all other engago
ment-  for  ihai  evenin ;,
GALT COAL—Not just  as  good, but
lho   real       artb-le. -The       He'..Istoke
General Agencies, Ltd.
Tho Revelstoko General AgenciesLtd,
aie the exclusive agents for the fam-
I US  ('.ALT  COAL.
Tho first Canadian lontn cut that
•. nt to the l'o'f war were Insured for
51,01 1,000 in ths Ocean Accident nn.l
Guarantee Corporation, Tho Revel
•ioi.' Fire Brigades are also insured
in this company. The special a ;ent
for this company Is Chas. M Field —
Besl policy in the market issue,1 to all
■ ■ p ' ially lo railroad irs.
Don't miss oiu- t,f .lio big events ol
.le- season on Ea '   i   Moi la     "■ a
i.y failln   to ai I nd St, Peter's church
.iii he ui-- ia house.
Seo Chas M.  Field al out that Life
i.iii'-,,   yoa an- conl mplatlng putting
on in  the company of   which     Lord
'.nia and the Pro ii li ul of    the
Bank of Mi ni i al at o directors.
James, tho Chit ne; reep, is bs '-■
ni t ow ii. and wil] give ; rompl personal attention to all jo! . 'J ho o Ori,
- ntal I inii. oi v. ■ Jam s, The
Chimney Sweep, C. 0. (iri-ntal llo-
' '. Revelstoke.
Railroaders, beware, Ho not  put on
accident insurance without first
oo m ' over the t    ractive and     low
d po hy I has.M.
'.'nl I,  in bis Bound nnd relial le
11      M
Only   four     o      in ttled    their
losses   in   full   in
1 arthquake and fire, 0 e Lon
don A uranco Corporation was ona.
This company paid oul $7,000,000 In
I bat disa ' r, their poll i is are writ-
t. n here  hv Cha--.  M.  Field.
Forty years In use, 21     y ns     the
standard,  prescribed and recommend,
ed by physicians.   For Woman'-   \il
ments, Dr. Muriel's Female pills,   al
vour druggist.
your sots early at M,i-don -
aid's drug stor for St. Peter's church
conoerl Ea I -  Mi n lo . There
"•ill  be a pa'-ke.l hou c.
COMING EVFNTS
Appointed Director
Do
1
ec'ona,
I -oke,      New
lla',
1    uilim,   Winnl-
1   -
Every Ni ht—Motion ricturcs at  th"
star Theatre.
Manh 21—St.  Pctor's Church con-crt
tit   the (ipera House.
March tf.   L. A. R. of R. T.  Annual
\t   Horn,   and  Dance,  in the opera
It.e'lsre.
April   1    Dr.   linrn.-vls Ho-   .  Musical
Kn'crtninieien'.,   Empress  theatre.
il  '   V. M. C.   \. Gym Inhibition
:   "The Canadian Follies" un-
Tennis   '1 ib,     [Impress
ttre.
"    ol   ' '    Inv. in1    I'.o.-tonlnns,
n   the BTmpretl theatre.
lora   Dora, at  the  Empress
An
'Royal    I'la-.'-rs," at   the
Rmprena theatre
WANT HI)
Followinc the c,.leliratlf/n of her r,'.
Iiirthday, Vllltm Tirrv. the famous ae-
ii'    .  n seriously tU.
A Good Opportunity
1
■ It,   .ui'l   nro      prn
end    apahle r»f grasping    their
opportunitj    .vie n    It   [ci-'.-n-       1  . If •
Timo nnd  'id. ,  mnn-  nn |
none nre permitted    to rutmc. ttiMr
■Upl nloni'  the  1 rail oi IttM  *nv    to
■fi ou..r nnd   10
f    thc  company
-   ompany
1 '■ n    al
foi       hIi
fn of .Mr    I/I inl
mark l.#   an
"  l|fl in a    man
ii.-s    1 (pari, n a  nml  thoi
Alth   weetem    ondi
mi    in- should    i.- a valuable
■ of the .in.- lorata of this tdc
ue 1 utile oompany
COB      B \l,l--    Five  Ki.-h    Cow ,   inst
Oalved, and lour to fresln-n   hortly.
\i.|.iy to Mail-Herald.
R"OH   ItKNT    Kinin   March   21th.     two
fmnt bouae keeping rooms, furnished
Ofl !•' eurtb RlriH>l. east. Apply to
B01 1
F(iH BALE \n Rl,.-ht Hoom House,'
vi>ry rrnlrnlly nituated. Equipped
with modern conveniences. Hai lino
lawn. Admirably suited for a Ml -
ect Hoarding houae. For further
Pnrticnlaii apply to Mail-Herald
omce.
day for a  two  weeks' visit to     Vic
I toria and other coast cities.
Miss Hayden, whn has been Mrs.
I lainiito 1 s gui -1 for n week, retuin
e.l to Kamloopa Thursday evening.
Mrs.  M. Hume entertained tho Lad
ns'     bridge     Club Thursday   night.
Three lables played and tho prize was
awarded to    Mi -. tJollowa . ,,   aintj
1 \ fin-1 ian  Mia
Mr. .1. M. Reid, ,,i Airowhea 1. was
1.nne,l in marria e to Mrs, Westman
also ol Vrio 'lea I, hj the Uev, .1 ,W
S tuvi us 1 ii. at iln- uiansM 0 1 hi idaj
afternoon
Mi b, 1 lib on re ei.. .1 ,,  u lo, ;i a 11 on
' Sun.lay     on ulttiu ; the      .1   .    10UU1 e
Hie-in  ol  1 In    .1 itb   .1 bor father,   ilrs.
I ell,    I   11    I .   1 1,1 11 •  I    1)11   ;,      1    f f f.    .,     ee   ll'OUl
spi ulii..   two    le.iii:.     .. ith   1 er   1 at
1 nt
•1 b 1. di. All -.. ia y ol ihu \ .M.C.
\. ..1 -. ie uind d lhal next 1 uc- lay at
1 1 n i.n ..- u moathlj '■■ ■.iu , meet-
in; . 11 ,1)1 12 hold ui the e tdunue
ui .Mis. VV. A, Foote, from throe to
live 0   ■'"
.'..1   .   m ii ..   de   lU'llin    ha been
th,- im - .1 ion ni  iiiauj   1.it e and    hi •;
' I.U'. .e I.i      iv. litis,    II.    U.
.a 1.1 iii .. 1111 he, ou 1 ue .lay
ultei noon, aiid nin.-i- on 1 hui <la...
Lotll alterno -u uud 1 . ening.
in s,     1 lol  ei.      1 n  el'l.i.n  el    alio .1     lit
1    1 old fi i uu   ,,i .'.'in-, bolloway'f to
1 1 .!.■..   on i' ridaj  aliernoonl   .ili  . At
ei.   non IubI   1 ri;.  .'or tne- play, an 1
.iti      1.,ce ou,   thi     con nai Ion.   Mrs
j lolteti     i  f I  daluij   1. ii. ihiuents,
In the Meiho li t Chun h on  Monday
• \ 1 nn.,' ue •■'.. 1 li - pro   .oi i ui in   oi the
ou  w >ii   ie thrashed out
in  a    a- ate  bei«  . 11  fttiss 'l ho up ou,
aud Mis   Manning Ioi  the utlli m:. ■ ■
.1 e. 1     .1.1 ai er on and  Mi.   I
ao .11   .    ...
-
Mr n   in. il   :  a  1 w  young
11 .      daj  evening lor ber
i len of Ka     oops,   Al
na.. .in!   ii ipi 11 i ,,; ,1,   1 a.- ,1111
;.,   was a iery ,,o.i> utlar.  m.i- bun
■e.i    1 iuyvd (oi a to .,'n   t-i
and    hi     1        .von  1 s   drs.    '.■ iiiy,
,.n 1   .11.  .,: 1 ii  .    ei.,- ., ipp 1   Jane
■■a   indulged 111 for ,    1 time,
1 .1 .     rned out in tori    on
T'-ela.      tlf'     I'L.-     II     ll, .       1     U.I     the
millinery opening  iota ui Hume's and
iciel  and   . oun-. a.    mn-  seemed    to
.1   in ml   uu   - ij eiiioa tbat tb   hal
ni.ii : lhan  usually bewite tin    till
Bpring.   Shapes, color   and 1 n
<i in.'.   and  ....   1   .ill .,  les
l-ai   leet   oi   tylea of fai ■ 1.   Foi which
mam o.|.i salons ol 1 liankfulness
wero doioutl)    reatht .1 .    .1 ise     thi •
10 1 musl im,I thu very bat thai
ma le 10    uil   ■.    , irj  own face
"i   ii'.'   uol     u'i' 1 at   all.
Mis. i.ra ish.1..  imll ,1 n number of
Wis.       Bolloway'a      o.el   mends   in  to
five hundred on Wedncsdaj evening.
lour tabic played, and Mrs. Solloway won Ineii.-s' prize, ;l brass photo
train.. Mr. .). Lyons won (or tho
gentlemen, and Mrs. Smith Urquhart
received thi consolation. Alter stip-
pci dancing wa enjoyed for an hour
"' more. It wa- , no of the jollies! of
tbe week  ivrnln
Mi. an I Mra. \v. M, Lawn n<-<  01
lain .1 te.    nl... ,,11  Wednes 1 ij  even -
...o-t    enjoya ;-  .man
■I     Ill,1 I;,    gll     1
'"■ 'a .-md »*even tab ■■- play-
" •• until a little after twelve. A
,(eh.-ious suppei wa- served and the
remaindei of the evening :.|>.-nt in
niisir nnd conversation. Mrs M,
Vity won the la,lie~ Orel prize which
was ii'ii|iii' and much admired, a
S.intih broie,-h ief sterling silver set
witli ., large cairngorm. Mie*s Frances
Paget won ee. 1. , brasa teapot.
For the gentlemen, Dr. Hamilton 10-
<-i\od a handsome desk sel n= first,
and Mr. MeCarter Kcond, a silver
stamp holder.
DIED
Kli:i,l)-At hi« residence, Adelaide
Stiuare. lledford, England. 0n Match
l.'h. 1918, Alfred LonK Field, Bg"d 80
years.
The French aviator Quillaux, made
it flight fiom Savigny-Sur-Brnyo to
1'ails in one hour. The distance ia
190 <ilometrea (Un mita),

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