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Vol. 19   No 33
HISTORY
OF FAMOUS
RULE 17
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GL JINE
LAUKIER
The Liberal press Is curiously silent
■with regard to thu history of Rule 17
the rule invoked by the Conservatives
to block the avalanche af amendments
which the Liberal-', led by Sir Wilfrid
Laurier, bad planned to move in the
closure debate. The Liberal party, of
course, will not be able to take much
comfort out of the fact that it was
Laurier himself who bad that rule pas
sed, intending to make such use of it
as di.l Mr. Borden had the occasion
arose. Hut th.' incident was merely
one more evidence of the irony of f^te
whi.h seem- to be pursuing Laurier,
and tha I.i i.ral- so ieldiitless.y oi
late.
sir Wilfrid Laurier bad ihis rule pas
sed during the session ii 130;. Upon
reference to Hans ird for that year
the follo.ein-; Illuminating facts are
gained:
On July 9, of that year Sir Wilfrid
moved: "that the House go into committee t.> con-ider .he report of the
special committee appointed to re-
\ ise >ln nil •-  of  the Houso."
Mr. Sproule (no.v Bpeaker oi the
House) took eome objection io tal--. -
ing the que-'tiou up at thai time and
suggested postponement until the following s, si 'ii to permit of more mature considers an of the amendments
proposed.
Reply in; to Mr. Sproule, Sir Wilfrid raid:
"Tho ihau are not material, and
I think ll would be well to have bhe
rub's ready foi  next session."
Hon. Mr. Foster took he same view
■e Mr. Sproule, and in icply to Mr.
Foster, he tated: "We intend next
s,'--io:i rushing into business at once,
and unless we dispose of these now I
am iriM  nol   have  the bene,
in  of them   -vie a wc ;i e ■■   again     in
Novel
Sir Wilfrid had his way and the
amendments to ti.-' rules were' passed.
Rule 17 was n ■ ofthe most important and r ad a
"17. Wh u iwo or more m mber
rise to 'peak, Mr. Speaver calls upon
the membei who lirst iov in his place
but b i 'a " a bi a '" that any
mcinl r who ha- risen 'te no.v heard'
or 'do im . -!" a' .' which motion
shall forthwith be put without debate.''
Win re. lh n. i- the occasion to howl
.-o In nl!.- that "Laurier was insult*
ed?" Laurier was thwarted by one of
h -  own   : ules.
REALTY
DEALS
As a further evidence that lho rc-
«ent real estate boom in Revelstoke U
ly no mean- over another big deal
has been completed here this week by
whi'h the City Hotel property, ou
First Btreet oecomes the property of
Mr. J. Clayton Tapping, one of the
proprietors of the Windsor hotel, for a
.onBielcraiion reported to Ic $30,000.
Ily ue- completion cf tb'is deal the old
iimi of Laughton ani Tapping proprietors of the Windsor hotel is dissolved
Mr. Laughton will become the tola
owner of ihe Windsor hotel, nnd carry on that business ai the old stand.
while Mr. Tapping becomes the sole
owner of ibe- City botel.
Included in the deal are seven lots
fronting on First street. The City ho
tel has BO liedrooms and is 0ne of the
most commodious public houses in
Kootenays.
Mr. Tapping intends to give the
(lity hotel a general overhauling, and
will remodel it making some important 'improvements, which will place
this hotel among the flrst In the province. This big 'deal was' put through
by 8.G. Robbins, the local real eBtate
man, who reports that he has othei
-deals of like magnitude now  pending.
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Laurier s.il'l retain- his "white
plume," but he stands before the people of Canada and the Empire shorn
of all his mock heroics. For many
years he has paraded su.j.-e -fully as
a great Imperial statesman and his
reward has been the highesi honor- in
th-3 gift of Canada, th ' Empire and
the King. He received these honors
eagerly and tlioy were bestowed upon
him willituly in the belief that his
words wen- sincere. But word.- are
one thing and deed- another. The
day finally • aine when the te-t was
maiie, when deeds were required, no-.
high sounding phrases and -ilver-ton-
gu.-d protestations of loyalty. Laurier wei hed n the balance was found
wanting, anl bis fiery and ott-iepeat-
e.l declara ions of levotiou to t .■- Em
plre proved to be but a- "sounding
brass and tinklln> cymbal."
THE FlHS'l   EXPOSURE.
'ihe real Laurier, the sham statesman, was first plainly revealed at the
colonial Conference of 1909, when he
r.ius.dio allow Canada to fall in
l-.ne with her sL'ter colonics, Australia
and New Zealand, who agreed to accept the advice ei the b.iiish Admiralty as to the best way in which they
could assist in st lengthening the British navy tn its time- oi stress and peril. Laurier assumed the role of "little Canadian, ' came ba - anl pa sed
lh ■ Naval Sen ice Bill ol 1 -' -'■, which,
as .'.us ui " dl\ int uded, has
i.io.ud unci I., futile and farcical in
-o i'.u a- etle the ad to tho British
navy  is i one erned.
'...•..ed in the light o! his past cuu-
tiuct, Lauri i .- • ates nan lip and up
posi >1 de ei 1 n ti th-- i-.n.i ire have
I .n a bam. i lla adopllou ol Re :i -
! io iiy in ihe face of ihe "a I n
revelations . h i ipal i iotic, ,y..i
unmanly ol st ruci i     ses ;on     of
.eif.  Borden's  Naval  Bill  have shown
him to in-  no'   on Uy   leewards
Britain bin to I anada a    .■•■ II.
A   STR1 UNG   i ONTRAST.
Ill    SU e     ele  .     COul ■ B
tion   Is thi  in.... pati ioci   and
utanliki   ■ oi du I e.:   LVJ .   ..... a
aad  -in.'-   Loco   i .        . rim
Rath ■   than       , ;    •
.   tated  by mere i olitical i
.mi . Borden,   . - i I e,   ai
on. c i ro ee e-d  io  ci  ,   .
\ Imh all... - ' and most ef-
fei live in. iii. ei  in  .. bi b Cal
assist   the   i ......   On h. ■     ie-
tiu ii Mr. i im .1- n at o.ice tas I
iem| orarj , ollcj n, ■ the Ea !
i-n.i   Ions  which  wei• .o bim
;,.. thi Lol ds ' ; ie . duiii.t.i.e. Tno
information h received wa- given not
in a dlctorial, but entirely im
and friendij pirlt. This manly and
dignified method of de--iding upon a
policy appealed -tio.igly to all loyal
and patrloti Canadians', and is th-
secret of lhe universal approval of
Mr. Borden's presen:  Naval Ail Bill.
BEES WHEREIN HE FAILED
Notwithstanding ihis la'-i Laurier
and bit bund of separatists in the
House o.' Co.nt. on- hai" exert l every
e.iort and resorted io every question-
able tactii to dico.ut Mr. i.orden's
policy un.l belittle t aiiaela - a
the eyes of ihe Empire and of thj
World. The reason for this 1- obvlOUf.
Laurier ie - hon wherein he ha- failed
i-o utterly, and in -'Irish pi jue I. il
unwilling that Mr. L'ordeu and thu
Conservative party should receive the
credit whi'-b Is tbeir ,lue. ri-vere as
wus Laurier- punishment n'- the hands
of the people on September 21, 19U,
it will he niui h more harsh at the
nait election, for Canadians will never permit the question oi loyalty to
the Empire to be trampled upon by a
hand of mere  political  partisans.
tfCIL
EGULA
Decide Put High School Bye-law.- Estimates
Progrebbing.— imputations.—Other General
Business.
CLOSURE
RULES
PASSED
The city couneil met in regular
meeting on Friday evening last in the
city nail, at 8 p.m. Mayor T. Kilpatrick occupied the chair. Present,
Aldermen MeKinnon. Bourns, Barher,
and Howson Acting clerk W.A. Gor-
e.oa read minutes of iasi meeting held
Friday, April llth, and whi'h were
adopted.
DELEGATIONS'.
Messrs. H Manning and A. McRae,
were present as a deputation of two.
A. McRae—We arc here regarding the
hub -chool We secured a srau: oi
$10,000 provided a giant of $2U,000 be
made by ihe city aud we requested a
by-law.
'ih present building is inadequate,
our object was to pu: in a room for
;. business ours-, ihi- course eould
i,e taken direst fio:n the- public school
We i.,u,-'i you to put the bylaw and
support it.
ll. Manning—I think the field is comi ,i. you all know we need a high
i ch ol, the presenl building is not ad-
e ua ■ to bousi o.i' present scholars,
. :.... ; to o er teachers aad cb.i Iren.
un.iu ly re'1.ecu wiil li, eaten
up in a site and our other $10,COO inin ■■ [Uipm ■: .
We must have a better -chool or
ue. I ei,.u'i think t.he upkeep will bi e, reat as is stai I in
-one   - uai: is.   Ti     .-iui  oui   children
e'     '• .   II    0 'i a I  el-ll,   S-       COUTSO,
■ ts  • 0   o '- 5    • r mon h, and if we
i.        [) th '      ;..ime, it is    a
oi . ; ove. We inviu your co-opera-
tion and advice.
'   I       M    In iiein   1   can  only     say
what   I ha ■ e -aid ] 1 Iduca -
i R'velsl        . ■ a   r  .i     burden
i n  the  tin  payi r ,    ; I.n -  of    :i
' hool will incr        i  ,,    burden.
"     Is already too much,
1 ■ h ii        id      en  laid out
Bid    ■■ n the ■ our-e of a
i'i   -a .1 uuld     ro.i '•.,;■■ II
;    ooni .-chool to -avo
re yei rs.   The cost  i;
nr as n :   I  -     not  in raror   of
- - with any grea
I len for fdue ation than t1"iy al-
i    lin ■   ihe  pres nt   -ys
tem through  ih- piovini    Is wrong.
\M. I'm" u I would like to see a
hi  h      hool,   but   the  e-ost   of educa
tion is' too great a burden for municipalities under present conditions, and
if this were before ihe government,
they might go further iu assisting us
.yiill,i'llll for a four room school seems
enormous, A modified plan might pro
\ide- loom for the future, we may be
ii.ei'd with having to bu.ld another
ordinary Bchool next year. I cannot
see how the city can stand the expenditures piling on like ihis.
Aid. Barber—I have nothing lo say
Aid. How-on—I have nothing to say
Mayor Kilpatrick—i have expressed
my oi inion at a previous* meeting. I
am s.ronjy in favor of building a
high school. We find our present high
s hool inadequate. If a bigger building or site ean bo provided for the
sum proposed, i believe th ■ trustees
word I ie tl e rn iie ir from anyone
who can show how ilis to be done.
In any case the people have thc vote
A. McRae—Can tho aldermen sug-
gost a better proposal. Something
h.is io be done. The plans arc only
preliminary and thoy can he discussed
between tli,- trus;,"- and the council.
I think v.- ne .1 a hi-.li -hoof very
badly to provide a business course
i n.l dOT.estic i me, two branches ol
education   neglected  ab olutoly  here.
All.    MeKinnon  I  would     like
to know what you think of the educational system of B.C. .it present.
A. M.'Rae—1  prefer nol  to answerhut
we must  keep up to the limes,
b        ui ation then withdrew.
COMMUNICATIONS.
en ious communication:   were    read
it den 1 answered or I li 1.
le-,     t ; I, i     I as   all club for use
of recreation ground referred to Aid.
Howson,  Works   Committee for atten-
■ en, and i.i arrange If possible with-
■'■ I :.   a monop I3 ■
a tend 'i- of $n for . i.l cement    la
made by Mr. Tapping, was gratefully
■ .1.
A Liter    ' ,-.    ! 1- from  C.P.R. s I -
e - in    tb ■ 111.1 'liie. s they would Instal
Ion  \ Ith    ity   power ■ line
was o 1 to citj electrician
ICorth,  for his  information.
Insuranci—A   li'ttcr  from  Mr.    Bib-
bald, re divi"ion of city insurance bu-
1   ni-.l Ted filed.
(To be Continued.)
Ottawa, April 21—The closure rules
passed the House shortly before 1
o'clock this morning by a straight par
ty vote cf IC'51 to 73, IX government
majority of 35,
The oivision was not marked by any
special Incidents outside of the noisy
cheering by boih sides after the House
had adjourned Thr,' were iwo divisions. The first was on the motion of
Hon. d.l). Ha-eii ihat the previous
question  be  put.    Th.s  wa-  cai ri -l by
33 majority, and the main resolution
amending   the   rules wa-   thin   put and
was carried by the same division.   ■
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BASEBALL
GU
MEEliNG
ns '7"\Y ""i
GREEN IS
WANTED FOR
MINISTER
The Canadian Institute oi Mining
Engineers while in session recently,
at Ottawa, unanimously adopted a
resolution strongly urging the Feder
al government to ef'tabllsb an Inde-
l.ni 111 department of mines. In view
of the remarkable development of the
it.in. n_- Industrj throughout the Do -
minion, it was held that the time had
i-iri.e.l whui a - aral department
. be created and in thl* connec
tion the name of R.F. Green, M. P.,
for Kootenay, was especially mention
ed. It was pointed out by the Institute that Mr. Oreen was lor long In
timately Identified with nn essentially
mining district and latei acted both
as minister of mineB and as minister
of works in the government of this
previa ■, and by all and varied i|uuli-
f.cations was held to be especially well
iiualified to administer the department
of mines for the Dominion should such
a department bc .-rented.—RosBland
Miner.
er. Any ratepayer is entitled tu get
: ny and all informal ion at any time.
■ m-i ii has any mandate to sup-
pre-s anv Information about civic
affairs, 1 therefore trust the party or
inrti - who have been writing melet-
ii is and also -'ending copy of same to
the Nelson New-, using my nam,- will
inlo- no ,- that I uni nol a city olli'-ia'
and overn themselyei accordingly,
Yours  rc-pc tfully,
J. M.  KKl.l.IK
Juvenile Bostonians
That popular theairi al company,
the Juvenile Bostonians. will play a
return engagement at the Emproaa
theatre on Monday and Tuesday, May
">th and 6lh next. Monday evening
wlll be the sumptuous revision of
Andrews masterpi.'■•» "Olivette'1 while
on Tuesday evesin* May 6tb. it will
be n brand new operette "Iroma".
Watch for further announements.
CORRESPONDENCE
Revelstoke, B.C., April 25, 1912
Editor Mail-Herald:—
Permit ms through the columns of
your paper to inform the party or
Pnrtlen (tending me anonymous letters
that if they are anxious to get in -
formation about civi<- aflnirs and finance", the proper place to get It ia
from the Mayor or City Council or
City Clerk, providing he is ft ratopay
Montreal,   A pii.   S2ttd,  l'.llll
\.  K. l)i-'ney   619   2nd Av.
Beattie, Wash.
Teutonic     which nailed from Ldvei
pool,    Saiuiday. with 510 cabin    and
11 in   hundred third     class passongcrs,
first pas .-ii -.-r st'anii'i- for    Montreal
this sea on expected arrive Quebec on
Friday, Montreal Baturday.
White star Dominion Mne.
BASEBALL
TRUST IS
LATEST
Washington, April 24—Declaring lhat
the big baseball leagues enslave and
coeroe their players, to prevent competition and make up the "most autocratic nnd audacious trust in the
world," a resolution asking for thorough investigation of these longues,
was introduced in the lower house of
cnngi-ee.il today by Representative Gallagher of Illinois.
Tho resolution provides a oommit -
teo of seven to probe tho baseball
trusts' workings, particularly Rs still
ing of competition, and apportioning
of territory for its exclusive use.
About twenty-live persons mei .it
the I uion hotel parlors 1 ,-t .■ -, -1 :
at 8 o'clock, with a view of 0 an
ing a baseball club and prepare for th:
coming season. The chair wa ahl>
filled by Mr. T.W. Bradshaw, while K.
■ I.   McRao acted as secretary.
The secretary read la<i year's financial statement, which showed :l small
lelt it. It was then moved and sec -
on led that the team be 1 ailed the Rev
elstoke C.P.R. baseball team, and
ihat bhe besl players in the City rep-
rei enl th - team, and al- 0 that tl e □ -v.-
. lab should take over tho a -
.,     , ies 0f the ol 1 C.P.R. Ball lean
Th ■ nei 1 01 der of busine s was   ih ■
election of < fflci rs. which « is a
lows-—Hon. Presidents,     Hi    A
.Mayor T.  Kilpatrick and Bupei
dent of C.P.R. McK iy; Pre      ot, 1
Hamilton;   Vice-President,  T.W.   Brad-
baw; Bec.-Trcas.,  K.G. McRa< .
tive coninii;;    .  Messrs, Dixon  Young,
and MeKinnon.
Under lho head of correspond Q -.
letters were read from Vernon, Arm-
Bin n; and Kamloops, re ai I 1 c; fi rm
ing a league. The Idea being to meet
at Si -amous an 1 arrange for 1 I .
.,ue. The m eling then dec led to
.-,-ni a dele) ition e.i Sicamous to meet
the representatives from tbe 1
team-. The committee was composed
of Mr. Oollison, I'r. Hamilton, Mr.
n ton and Mr. Giflord.
'lh • mei Cm.   .et Sicai 10 is to
on May 4th, »ill I"' tor the   ,   1
forming a ball league and drawing up
a schedule for th- Bummer see 0
There wlll be iv games' played altogether.   The  public can loo
this season  to some fasi  ball ■
in the league as c-c h ti am  « 111  I
Btderably strengthen-el this season tho
local team being parti ularlj
Before the close 1 I ib.' meeting  Mr.
Colllson was appointed manager     ior
the     local     team.   Hearty    vo
limn';   were tendered  to Mr, 1
an-d   Mr.   Hraibh.rv  for  their   untiring
eflorts during the past sea
ager and     secretary respect vely.     A
hearty vote of thank- was al-1 tend-
cicd to Mi- P. Levesque for the us.-of
the larlor and refreshments.
The meeting .ils-. appointed a committee to wait on the eoiin il la
inn,'  to ask   theii   assistance  f0i    ibe
use an I Axing the grounds.
WESTERN
EXPRESS
RATES CUT
Ottawa, April -4—Judgment of immense importance 10 Western Canada,
was given by the Railway Commission
today to the eliect that tbe express
rates in thi west are to be cut twenty
per cent,
Th - new rat - are 10 co ne into effect on or before July 15 of tlvs year.
The e-astern rates are not touched for
the present, but the board Is -.uistie'd
that the west has been carrying more
than its fair share of the express
rates,
Th derision is the first important
one prepared by the new chief ,-om-
missioner, Hr. II.L. Drayton, and is
sign J alto I y .. '• 1 ■' bis fe low commissioners. Thero i- not a dissenting
vote.
In 1910, the late Judge Mabee made
a rearrangement o: the express rates,
but there have been many complaints
since .1111 ai I autumn the new com -
10 jk ;i further inquiry into
in of 1 a-iei n an.l west
The present  d.ci-'u n is thu
miS   '.ell    1
iin- whole
em rates
I   BUlt.
"In my vi k," says the chairman in
bis deci , "I he 1 tpi ss ra ■ arg-
e-.i by th.- defendant companies In the
;..!.■ . riti  i Col
umbia  ara   un ea ona ReJu
« h ■ h  1 r fe a ade,  and   b iy are
ii ..ii... a   ■ . a' ta-
1 ins an   redu   I in ■ a ■  little
.      t    .     ■ .nilk of
, or are 1
: Lave
been made to 1 ibly li
:■ ■ lhl -Lin •; a
.'. - pro
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•:     of     I at,
1 -    ;:i
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only lei   tl-     -
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is to be jn
rat b.
: ■ .■ 0 d r is t        pro-
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maxim .     -
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was pla
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the
■ n.
MEAT IS
LUXURY IN
WINNIPEG
Winnipeg, April 24—With porterhouse steak .10 ceiils ft pound, sirloin
stenk 20 cvnts a pound, bocon 25 to
3D cenis a pound, rib roast 2J to 22
cents (l pound, trimmed pork loins 20
to -2 cents a pound, veal as high ns
2!> cents a pound, and other meat prices in proportion Winnipeg householders are beginning to ask themselves
where it Is all going to cod.
Accjrding to tbe manager of the
meat section in one ot tho largest department stores In the oity. the price
of meats is higher here this spring,
than it has ever been in the pant. He
is of the opinion tbat meat prh-es will
go higher yet, due to a shortage in
Western Canada.
ST. LAWRENCE
NAVIGATION
COMMENCES
Tht early open'ng of navigation on
ihe  B res    Is attrac
ting  .1 .eres.lng com-
■ie ni on the 1 .'-s. lilitie ,,i extending
1 h ■ s.i on
The w. 11- m .r i.i ..' ■ Teutonic"
which l;it Liverpool Baturday last for
- and Mi nti al with 5U cal..a
an! '•' ■' child 1 .1 B ;...-. engers is the
liis; ; a .j ngei b tea mei to Montreal
thi-' sea-en.
On the return trip s sa Is Tuesday
M.i. Bth, instead ol . a inlay a- formerly, the Canadian government having de ign i'--.i th. wi. : stai Dominion Line to carry the Tuesday mails.,
This company is 1 lanning to give
persons of small means :ln opportunity to go abroad for fo..r weeks ihis
-iimmer, vuilin; Kngland and the
c, m tint at a total expen-- of $1C".-
.'ii. including cabin accommodation on
the sie.nn.r and all expenses ashore.
\ Oil 'I 1.11 I- number hav.- already
signified tie 11 intention of making tbo
trip.
M's. K. G. M'Rae is spending a few
days witl her parent-, at Vernon.
H 8 li IH £ 1 11 ■ ■ I -jS 11 m
1 a
X Thr nr lustra will play at H
1, Manning's every Wednesday E
even ng from 8:30 to 10:110 p. g
m. until further noth-e. Come g]
and enjoy the mu-ic with a D
dish of our Purs Cream lit H
Cream or a nicy co-y cup of 9
Ten. Courteous and prompt £
service a«sured. -g]
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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. SIBBAI/D, PRBS. J. I). SIBISALD, JR., SKC.
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*« at« ^uk.q 4 COPA1^'-5Tfl^Cs »
EARLY SPRING GOODS
Consisting of every conceivable si/.e anil make of
Hats, Gloves, Shoes anil Underwear; also a most
extensive stock of Neckiies of every shade and
style.
Wc have also a specially fine assortment of samples
for our Spring Clothing Order Departmeet.
McKINiNON & SUTHERLAND
Fit-Reform Clothing Stetson Hats        Foot-Rite Shoes
BUSINESS IS   GOOD
At the Busy McIntyre Corner
Beans, small, white, easy to cook, 3 lb. for  25c
Japan Rice, finest, cooks soft 3 lb. for  25c
Stephen's Cho.v Pickles, per bottle  35c
Sliced Lemon Cling Peaches, small tin  20c
John McIntyre & son
First Street.
GOODS Al.
Telephone No. 93
GOODS DELIVERED
Revelstoke Meal market, Ltd.
SWIFT'S . . .
Blood and Bone     a^
FERTILIZERS
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
TIRED
?
•
THEN'
A CUP OF
"BELL.  BLEND TEA"
v.)'.'. refresh you
fi .-.or an '. a
lcail pack...
■   bright,   i]
acy.     >•''.!   -.::   1   lb.
Price,
G.
35c, 40
:. and 50c.'per lb.
w.
BELL
P. O   Box 208            GROCER & BAKER            Phone No. 23
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED 1855
Record of Progress for Five Years—1906-1911
  906
* 3,000,000
3,000.000
23,677,730
27.4.^7,090
^^^^^^^^^^^   33,090,192
Has 83 Branchos In Canada, and Agent! and Correspondents In all
the Principal cities in the World.
* OEMCRAL BANKINQ BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Interest allowed at highest ourrent rate.
Revelstoke Branch. W. H. PRATT, Manager
Capital
Reserve   -
Deposits
Loans and Investments
Total Assets
 1911
* 4, f 100,000
4,600,000
35,042,311
38,854,801
48,237,284
]     Pointed Paragraphs of Provincial Interest
Light  plates are being  fitted to  iho Fred    McMahan,      manager  of    the
crowns of the magazines in the British Chateau Laurier, Ottawa, has been ap- I
battleship Temeraire as  a    protection pointed assistant  to Hayter Reid with
against projectiles fired from long dis- jurisdiction  over all  Canadian  Pacific
tance ranges or  dropped from aircruft. hotels west of Winnipeg.
Other Dreadnoughts are to be similarly protected Tho gl'eat iml10ltan':e °f the Umbo.-
asset as a factor  of  eomributiou     to
lt is doubtful   whether the   leoords Provincial  revenue ls again emphatic- j
of even that great "building"    river, ally  illustrated by the statistics     of
tin- Clyde, can furnish a parallel     to Forest   Branch  receipts for March,  the
the  evenl     brought  oil  on  March  22. aggregate contribution to revenue for
when two great Atlantic liners     were last month from  ihis department be -
placed in tlio water within a   quarter ing $237,552.69 an increase of $li,78(l.73
of an hour of eaeh other. The Messrs. 0Ver February, for     whieh month tho
Bcardmore  launched at  11:15  ibe 17,- total  receipts  were   ^230,731.'Jii,      and
000  ion Allan  Royal Mail liner Alsa- br.ngi.i-g tli.- lotal for ihe first quarter j
t-ian, and a quart r of an hour    later of ilie current year  up to .-S7S3,317.72—
Messrs. Scott's Shipbuilding <fc En-gin- almost  one-third ol  ihe  total  revenue
eering     Company launched the 13,000 from     the fore-t asset lor  thc     hist
ton su-amci   Andania,  for the Cunard llseal year.                                                 i
t ompany.
'lh    Ilo.mm.n l.nar.cinl statement of
They have a genial  way of aunouue- the fiscal year which elo e.l  on March
ing deaths ai the  antipodes.   Here are 31, issued hy the department of finance
the opening sentences of an obituary on Saturday shows lv total revenue of
notice  lhat  appeared  in a reeent  issue $165,528,137 as  compared   with $182,745
Ulan    Australian   newspaper:—"David 286 dining  ihe     previous year.     Thc
Hay Dalrymple is now humping     his total  expenditure accounted  for  up to
swag among the stars.   He  died     at March :!1 was $95,520,03-1,    as against
the age oi seventy-two.   His early ea- ^83,550,593  in      tie    previous    twelve
reel- -doesn't  matter mue-h, for he  Was months,  while the expenditure charge.
jus:  the usual kind of business    man, able  to capital  account  totalled $28,-
mayor. etc.   The day of his greatness 7-58,4-56 as  against   $28,290,98 .   Of tho
commenced when Hu^h Nelson    made capital  exp-end ture no less than $23,-
bim  secretary  for public  ignorance  in S22,94s was chargeable to public Woi'ka
189o.   , including railways.                   c
It is expected that King George will Reforesting China—On  Purple moun-
shortly sign a commission  making the tain, just  outside the eity wall- of Nan
Duke of Connaught, Chief of the Boy king  Professor  Bailie,    au  American,
Scouts.   It is understood that this is has est-ablish-sJ a model farm where he
in  accordance  wiih  the Duke's     owu intends to teach ihe Chinese the value
ideas, as he returned fiom Canada en- of reforesting     th:ir naked     hillsides,
ihusiastie- over the work of   the Boy The plan is for ihe government to put
Se-outs  in  the  Dominion.     The    Boy men on small farms—iive or six acres
Scouts in i-n land are organized under —provide ih:ni with means of subsist-
a Royal ei.ar.er,  and,   iheiefore,   it  is mce and  wo.'kmen until the firm     i.-'
necessary  to have a  King's    commls- under  cultivation, then   i hint  an    ad-
sion to far as the m ml ers of the organization are concerned, although
they are all loyal io the founder Gen.
Baden Powell,
oinliig area wit.i forest trees, the
proper care oi whieh for a specified
number of years will give the farmer
a eiear title to his land.
Peter Newell,
of freak books
signature ih ii
mous butterfly
the artist and    maker
ha
beats
a mile.
evolved a new
Whistler's fa -
The P    of his
t h   small mn.
Byla M>15, 00    will
-he   ratepayers     of
,.  on    Saturday,
ides a by-
.-. pav-
.    .        »tei-proof
-.Mile-.     which
: •■ hOS-
■   school  by -
- he     coune-il
.
le "ion.
• .. , :.an
with or!
Ot
■ -•' in pop
ting    to
-
-  tbi ie ari   i
-
;: --'     !•'   uch
-
■ -.  Dui
-'•■
i'n-p<'cified, 35,
ofl d wn below. And it is a pretty
good pi ture of Petar too.—New York
Press. I
a few  weeks  n.othe hotel men
■  .-.       York—a tribe v.ho keep pretty
ther  through  their assoe-ia-
eif ren-iH  of th • bti.-'i
'1 li .   f im .1 in Manhatten  alone
J23 hoi'- o   fifty rooms oi   more, with
I   lotal  of 5."i,C00- rooms.    Which
according  to the u-ual   rush
Ci ur.t.nr,  that  in    a
ii Manhattan—tbe real
.ti 1   din-.'   little'   fel.OWS,
ii'in-ti-  h ,ii e   ;,nd <tii-h—could take
in .in ! U to      L00,0 i) visitors.
show  that  the
ihree greatest e-itles   of
togi ther  lind accom-
lodatioo   foi    nil-ail-   people. —New
.
'  t -.
• :  Mouill •
Bacherea i, 1 i       '
madi -     ' men
were r« capture 1 in a boot ail
lh of   ths   eWana   lliv.-r      ICOOPdi&g     to
story, th< ' ' ■»
•  i (oreight days,   Their H'-an'y   provisions   W'-el- M-e|      Mil-
dropped  from  exhaustion.   The  othsi
iP- uied tr, kill nnd  cat him.    Machevel
made a feeble attempt   to run, but wan
irurk   down   and '-n'r-n hy   hiscornpan
ion«.   They struggled on as far tin    the
river, where they found a boat.     Tli'-'/
intended to make for the open R«-a Mil
were driven  ashore.
For Dyspepsia
If you K'.iffcr Stomach Trouble,
and vou try our remedy, it won't
cost you a cunt if it luil.s.
thai miii:-.
M.clih ro-
rp la
rniih
il  it
■  I      ,i
-i
II
i - the
nufaeturo,
propi I IM e
'I       I'e  |,    I'l
i Incd »iili
f an
■i   Pi piin
• mployed snd n "er.
medical profe*
ail,I. i   .    •■'■•■    lie    thl     ll' 'llle  - |,l
of Indigestion psia    i heir
. ee ti'   ei remedy
iiivalu .lei" f'.r itomai li relii
. .*:rtnin  thai  there ih
■   o food I'.r ■ totnach ills uh
Hf m.i. (IibI ue urun
y'eii te. 'ry them at nut risk.     ThrtS
■iti ■'* ■■•■i.i    tod 11.00,
Yen call buy Rexall 11 ; ei.ictii
in tliis community '.i.I■/ »l om   torei
WALTER   BEWS.
HrtrlntttUr ll.it, .I.   follimlila
The $p*att Store
Th.tr ia . Hi-Mil 8t/»rn In tirarly rvrry lown
anrl eltv In thfl Unitavl Htnten. OariwU .nit
I,nnl IlriUifl. Thl>ri> lit a fliflcrrn! H«-l«ll
HfinrtrtY frit rwiirlv fivrry ordinary humnn ill —
•■ i< I, etMolilly (Ualnrwl t'lr lli« paftif-ulnr ill
f'ef  aihlnli It in rrrnrtitrtarnlfltl.
Tha Ruall Starts .rr America's (Itt.tt.t
Drug Mores
AI.MtA
AUBASI1KE
WBlTlNRRnAY.   APRIL, 23.  1913.
A Pail, With Water—
a Brush—and a Pkg. of
Alabastine
YT7I-UU trnnsforra the ugliest Wflllfl into walls of beauty—of art
—of refinement.   Alabastine walls ave pleaslug to the
most cultivated   tastes.   Anyone cm apply
Alabastine by following the directions.  AH
you need is a pail, with water, and a fi it
brush.   The rest is easy.   Alabastine, unlike
wall paper and Jkalsomlne, hardens, aud becjtasJ
part of the wall itself.      Alabastine Flicks to the wall
•■ mai.cully    lt is the only absolutely sanitary wall covering.
CHURCH'S'
COLD WATER,        ^^^^^^
A new coat can be applied without removing old one. Alabastine is made iu
white, and twenty-one charming tints.
Come in and get the Alabastine tint
book. We'll show you how really beautiful Alabastine is.
FREE STENCILS
These free Stencils are worth from 50c. to
$1.00. TliL'y enable you to more beautifully decorate ynur home. Call
in for particulars.
BOURNE BROS, LIMITED
First St, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
Plumbing Heating Tinsmithing
Special Attention Paid to M iii Orders
Jit nm- in n mnr
With'int I itllr
Ckuich on Laic',
10KH>0<K><K>O<K><><><>O<K>O0^)^<><H>,
i Imperial Bank of Canada
• Hoad Ot*1eo—Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Subscribed
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
Total Assets,
6,000,000.00 9
6,770,00v.00 v
6,770,000.00
$72,000,000.00
/S Branches or Agents at .-vll principal pn'm's In Canada.
Y Agents in Groat IJ i'ain mid   Uniied States—London,  England,
O Lloyds Bank, Limited.   Chicago—First National  Hank,  Corn  lOx-
q oh vnge National Bin'-c. Seattle- Seattle National Bank.   SanPran-
~T cisco    Wells Fargo Nev.-id i National  H.ink.    .Spokane -Exchange
O National Bank.
X Savings Bank Department
jl Dep sils of $1 and upward,  ie-'-ivi'l,  and  interest  allntvcd  .-it
V? current rate from date of deposit.   Onrresnondcnce s lieited
9 Revelstoke Branch- A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
The Bock-aye tun this year is expect-
eo io be a record breaker and according iu reports fro ji the managers oi
tie- diflerent     Frasei- Hiver canneries,
auout   tour thousand  boats  will     be first  name torras the nose and eye of
employed in  ihe work.   Tbi?  will    be a Bell portrait,  the "etar"  makes the
.I le  the numbei of  boats  that  were mouth, and the tail    of the N tonus
in aetive operation lasl season. In ud- hi- chin, while ilia curlycu-.-at the oih-
dition to  ome thirty or forty canner- ei  end forma the ear.   From ihe up ■
i'S i.n the Bouth arm, the eanneries on watd  loop of lh-1'  ah avy line .-urv-
iie- northarm are also being put into es around into abroad brimmed Rem-
shape.   The o|  ning juice for ihe ii>h l.rnndtes pt ■     hi', anl   ihis is e-arried
is ~. t at twenty ive    c nts ea '->•     a-; around to form the back of the head
nt-    n-t year    during with a <■ roll for good measure tailing
BTTT
It is always hot in the plunge at Halcyon Hot Spring3,
whose natural hot medicinal waters are the most wonderful health restorer on the Continent. Our record of cures
of rheumatism and other chronic complaints is unequalled
and verified by our gratified patrons. Located among the
greatest scenery of Canada, easy of access, —the Sanitarium is luxuriously fitted and finished for comfort and
convenience of guests.
Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. BOYD, Proprietor,
Halcyon, Arrow Lakes
cr
JUST OPENED UP   UNDER  NEW [MANAGEMENT
The Kootenay Brewery
Manufacturing
ALE      PORTER      LAGER BEER
51
A. COLARCH. PROP.
REVELSTOKE. B. C.
GIVE  US A TRIAL ORDER
Mtelgl^gMalBlQgllWgls^^
P. BURNS & CO., Limited
OYSTERS, SPRING CHICKENS
IMPERATOR AND SHAMROCK
HAMS   AND BACON   a Specialty.
P. BURNS & GO., Limited
hH.i«|.i.MBiiMiMM»m^
'innl Britain'! revenue lor the BlCal
year jtiKt ended amounted to ?914,000,-
99Bi and ihe expenditure! to $'.M3,l-oo,-
960. The former waB 1^,0(14,995, and
u.e- latter ^i.rjrv.&r.o Mow Vhi- K»ti-
mnt<«.
8mii*oh
quickly *Wp« couch',  caret crt!d«. and  htala
the Uuwt anil lur-et.
hetla
S3  cn.la.
NOTICK TO CONTRACTORS
Tenders will bc received for the erection of dwelling at Revel!toke. Flans
i,nd Specifieation* may be obtained
fi om the office of tho Resident Engineer, Revelstoke, or the Division Bn -
i-inei-r, Vancouver. Tenders will be
received up to noon of April 19, 1913.
M. K. McQUARRIB,
Resident Engineer.
1st iss.  Ap. 12 4t. SATURDAY, APRIL 26th, 1913.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGB THREE
There is Now a Market
FOR REVELSTOKE PROPERTY
List Your Holdings With Us
For a Quick Sale
We have the Buyers
If Your Prices and
Terms Are Right.
J.B. Watson Realty Co.
R. R. COLE, Manager.    Local Agency American Casualty Co.
tfMMM1
The Revelstoke Boot, Shoe and Harness
Repairing Department
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
MAKERS   OF    FINE   WELT    SHOES
The style, the workmanship antl 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 Sprinj?
and Summer Styles in
Voiles,  Panama and Lustre
20 Per Cent. Discount for Cash
MRS. A. G. CRICK.   -   FIRST STREET
Laughton CS, Tapping, Props.
First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
European Plan
Open Day and Night. - Meal Tickets, $6.00
MONTHLY BOARD
Strictly Fi-st Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with  Bath
FIRST SHIP
THrtUUGH
PANAMA
m      rr^y
Union   Hotel
JUST NKWLY REPAIRED
RATES,      .      $1.50 PER DAY
Weekly nnd monthly rnten to lye arranged.        Meal Tickets, 21 meals for $6.00
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, II. C.
A   P. MtVKSQUK, Proprietor
Washington, April iit— Colonel Geo-
thals, chief engineer of the Panama
canal, in a retort to the war department today, reiterated the hope he
expressed some time ago, that he
would pa*s a ship through the canal
before th? lo.-c oi the present year.
Tha statement came in response to
an in [ulry from Becretary Garrison,
as to whether it would be possible to
grant the re [tiest of Captain RaoCl
Amundsen, the explorer, that ho he
allowed •() take his Bhip Fram through
the canal when he starts for the Antarctic regions ni'xt winter.
Colonel Goethals said:
"The opening eif the Panama cana'
for the pas-age of vessels has always
been predicted on tha question, of slides ar.d he completi n of the loe'k
gates. The i resent schedule contemplated admit ine the water into the
Culebra i-tt early in October and the
completion of one flight of locks on
either md of the canal by that same
date. It Is hoped that we will he able
to pass a ship before the e'ose of the
year anl if thi-can be done the Fram
will ha e no .li Iculty inmakivg ths
Iran-it uf th? ■ a'.al and every facility
wiil be offered for iis do ng so. No
assuran e. however, can be given in
th; matter at  this tbie.
NOTICE
All  businessmen,  householders,  citizens and others,     are    hereby notified
that, in  accordance  with  the  Oity   of
Kevelstoke Sanitary Dylaws,  they are
iailed upon to forthwith proceed     to
clean  all  alleyways  and  public      ap -
proaches to property within  the  city
limits, from any     accumulations     of
a-h s, rubbish or garbage, and       to
have such removed to a dump ground 1
approved hy the council.   All property
owners,  tenants nnd  others,  are      re- j
quired  to clean up thoir premises   and I
remove from same any    refuse of    an '
Objectionable  nature.   Thc   Police   will
be instructed     to  take the necessary i
proceedings summarily,  ajainst     any
I nrtics  f lilimc  to  comply  with      this
notice hy May 1st next.
CITY  CLERK.
Revelstoke Hardware Co., Ltd
See
the
Prices
SALE of DISHES
See
the
Prices
Pontraciva Silver-Grey   stock patterns
Cups C& Saucers Regular S3.00 Doz. This week $2.15
NOTICE
IX
LAUGHTER
b
V   . :   f-
V_-     ■' i ... i  .       .
r "■■ !
...
•
SIS
A British sei atist who has bien mak
ing a sl e |y ,; la t htei has prepared
a lis. of things ihat happen when a
person givi way tee audible laughter,
t iie., ., -1 i, ,, ih . throat, he explains
ther. i- an arterj call .1 the carotid.
At the level ol the larynx thia divides
one branch which carried blood to the
train, is -aH'-.l the ' imein.il '; the
other, whi h performs the duty of dis-
t ■   • ioo .  to the face, is callou
the "external." These iwo branches
are olned I . he opthalmie artery at.
ahoi !■ Ie\el of th ■ tyes, forming
between the eyes ason of canal.
All this in  tmn  brings the tears ol
lat; hter  and   n a ea    iteral   the     ex -
He-    lau he'il     until     he
cried."   It is thi-  lommunl ation that
Is th connection
tetw   n the brain and the tear glands
aiiet : .. ij   a   - the sa ne  In  griel as in
laughter, th re      ng but little dlfler-
: hysli al results     betwi a
■: ■ i .v.
tn liter  is   not an easy
thin:. :t res it ' In a i r at altho b
involuntary effor.-an effort as great
.. e  li      on      •■ e  I.fi in.-    a  gr at.
weight—and in both ras s the muscles
ol I oib tbi broa and i lomach . ontract.
'i     t a   I •  i  is   very   hearty;
when it      a tu illy   >x am ive, the whole
1 od i-- . on\ ul ■ ■! ind a mi aas that
•very muscle is contracted. Hem i-
where peo le double up'1 with lau li -
ti r. wi. th r II Is at g n or orj iDg
ih" same thing ha prn*3, ifitis anex-
e.    i . iii ■ bloo I con
ge '   th   :■ ,ii gla -1  an 1   th se    Ian I
■ ■ :a 'o cing oul  the tears.
THE MATTER OF AN  APPLICATION for the  Issue of a Duplicate
Certificate of Title to Lots 3, 4, 5,
and C, Biock 12,  Revelstoke City,
Map 836.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN   that
it is my intention to issue at the expiation of one month after the    first
publication hereof a duplicate    of   the
Certificate of Title to the above mentioned lot in the name of Alice Amelia
Tapping,   which      Certificate  is  dated
ih' llth dav of February, 1912,    and
numbered 15837A.
N'elson B.C., April 5th, 1913.
S. R. ROE,
Ap.  9th lm. Sistrict Registrar.
NOTICE
I.IQl'OR   ACT,   1910.
Notice is hereby given that, on the
30th day cf April next, application
will be made to the Superintendent of
1 rovincial Police for the transfer of
ihe' li.'ence for the sale of liquor by
retail in and upon the premises known
aa the Lake View Hotel, situate at
Arrowhead, British Columbia, from
Chapman & Irvin, to Chapman and
Smith, of British Columbia.
Dated this 1st day of April, 1913.
CHAPMAN nnd IRVIN,
Holder of Licence.
Geo. T. Chapman and N. B. Smith
Applicant  for  Transfer.
INTERESTING
IMMIGRANT
STATISTIC;
Otta a \, e i i ii iin • ibe fiscal
yeai ■ ..I a ■ March   I, 191 I, 102,4 II im
iti    ..I 1 I    "I        III     (.'aB ellel. TllH
total t ma le up 11 I i«,642 BrltlWh,
13 l»009 do it th • United Btet'l, and
112.if'1 from all other countries combined.
Immigration to Canada for the preceding fiscal year, the twelve months,
ending  March 31,  19M, was:
British, 139,121;    from the    i'nited
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably   furnished   with  the choicest the
market affords.     Best Wines, Liquors and
Cltprr     Rater $i a day.    Monthly rate.
j.   ^.T^BJEJEVT     STOiNTEI     mOF.
States, 118,710; and from all other
countries combined, 82,406; total 361,-
237.
Percentage ot Increases are:—British 9 percent; Americnn, 4 pet cent;
other countries 37 percent.
I.aet y.-ar's immigration to Canada
1-e Rroater than the total population
of New Brunswick according to the
consui of  l'-'ll. hy more than 50,000.
Hun. William Henry Tuck, dernier
cli.f iiNti'-e of New Brunswick, supreme court, die! la-t week at St.
Jobn. at the aire of eiirhty-tehreo.
Shiloh^k
The   fattvlr   rrmedy   for   Ccurhi   »nd  Coldt
"St'.'.ob colli  te   Utile   Md Ox*   »o much t'
SYNOPSIS   OF COAI IV!
REGUL^TiaMS.
Ooal mining rights of the Dominion
n Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Al-
Mertii. tb" V-ik.in Territory, the
-. I'lin.-t Territories and in a por-
i i'e of the Province of British Columbia, may be leased ior a term ol
twenty-one years at an annual rental of il an acre. Not more than
2,160 acres will be leased to one applicant.
tppllcatlon for lease must be made
by the applicant in person to the
A, i'iit or Sub-Agent of the district
in  which   the  rights  applied  fur      >in
situated.
The Irane will include the coal una
iiik rights only, but the lessee muy
■•I,   permitted   to      purchase   whatever
available surface rights may i>« con
•neb red neoessary lor the working ol
il,,-  mine  ill   ths  rate  ,,t     110.00      at.
sere.
in surveyod territory the land must
be described by sections, or legal
sub -liv,hii.in of sections, and in un
siirvcyoi1 territory tho tract applied
lor shall be staked ou*. uy the up -
plicant   Iniuiieli.
Kach applicant nrist ho accompnn-
led by a fee of $5 which will he refunded If the rights applied for Are
not uvuiluble, but not otherwise. A
royalty shall he paid on the mer
.■'mutable output of tlie mine at the
rate of flve rests per ton.
Tho person operating tbo mine shnll
furnish the Agent with sworn returns
iiccounting for the full qunntlty ol
merchantable coul rained and pay the
royalty thereon. If the coal mining
rights are not being operated, sucb
returns should be furnished at least
once a year.
For full information application
should be made to the Becretary of
the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to the Agent or Bub-Agent
of Dominion Lands.
W. W. OORY.
8 in.   Plates
6 in.
5 in.
7in. Large Soups
Oatmeals
Fruit Saucers
Gravy Boats
Cream Jugs
Covered Sugars
Vegetable Dishes
Water Jugs
3.00
2.50
2.00
2.50
2.00
1.50
.65
.50
.75
1.50
.40
2.10
1.55
1.00
1.70
1.25
.90
.45
.30
.55
1.15
.25
97-piece Set ol Above, Regular $22 50,  Tin's Week. $14.50
These Dishes are Semi-Porcelain,  and   the   pattern   is
guaranteed not to lub off.
SEE   OUR   CENTER   WINDOW
Revelstoke Hardware Company, Lid.
Dealers in Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Paints, Oils, C&c.
Agents for Minerva Paints and Oxford Ranges.
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** Announcement &
We are now showing the Spring and   Surr.mti
models of
"Society   23 c a n b "
CLOTHES.
Our position is unique. We are Gpecialits. 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. Ti y
them on, and you will be as enthusiastic :.   w e are.
0.
McRae Mercantile C\
The Revelstoke Home of Soeiet}  i': i
and H. S. Peter's i
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Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros.
Props.
First-Class in all
respects.
All Modern
Conveniences
RATES, $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Rates
REVELSTOKE. B. C.
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. Mcgantic
First-Class—$92.50-      Second   $53.75.     Third-$32.50
S. S. Teutonic • • S. S. Canada
582 feet long. 514 feet lonp.
Carries Only One Class Cabin (II) $50.00 and Up
and Third Class $31.25 and Up.
FOR SAILINGS AND ILLUSTRATED BOOKLETS APPLY
COMPANY'S   OFFICES
GI9 Second Avenue, Near Cherry St, Seattle
A. O. BROOKER, 0. P. Ry. Passenger Agent, REVELSTOKE, B. O.
Read "Mail-Herald" SALES AND WANTS for Snaps PAGE  FOUR
THE MAIL-HERALD,REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, APRIL 2f,th, 1013.
When yon plant your Garden, good  tools  help you,
both in ei joyment and the success of the work.
I   me in Iuto to-day and have a look around this store.
We have all the latest Garden Tools ; I the right prices.
Rakes       Hoes       Digging Forks
Lawn Mower?, Lawn Rollers, Planet Jr.
Seeders and Cultivators.
•ni
Spades
Eureka
TREE SPRAYS ANO SPRAYERS
Pruners, Long Handle or Short
FENCING—Barb Wire. Field Fence, Poultry Netting-,
Lawn Fence	
Ci c Oi ail-rcralfc
PI  Ml.N'"'"    >> •
■; > t I   Hi
\    .1
> ncri
: ii; Ino rration he requiries concern-
,:i; ;.'!!■ affairs genjrally, an.l that
th ■. ,i o and aid irmen will be only
; ■ a i I io answer bona !i;le tax
! rs in r ■;;n 1 tn the ■ onduct of
tills ness.
'■ pres . ,i iho ouj h audit ot the
lity  mu.- ia .n process by B certified
REASONS FOH
HtV.:LSfOKE
,' iJSPERITY
The people of British Columbia are
often accused, by thosu ignorant of
ihu vast resources of Canada's Premier province, ol being biassed in their
forecasts of the future wealth and pop-
t Iation of the province, aud especial-
y m regard to that section known as
tbe Interior Tbe critics argue,—Yes
we ean easily s;e why Vancouver wltb
iis in.it bless waterfront and commanding position in regard to export
trade, or Victoria the queen city of
Vancouver Island wiib i.s unique residential attractions in the way of sit-
uaiion and climate, Bhould beoomo
cities of great wealth and population,
hut whai Is there about the Interior
of British Columbia which would provide sufficient foundation for all those
golden promises so freely indulged in
by the settleis and businessmen of
those portions ni the Pacific Coast
I'rovin e.
RESOURCES   OF   INTERIOR.
Thus the.e are people in the roast
Cities, who, whilst only uio willing to
admit the destiny of their own centers, are still imapable of doing even
I are justice to that great Inland Em-
I Ire, which m the I.i t analysis is the
only justification for the existence of
the entrepot business whicli alone sup-
tons the rainswept scajio.-is of the
Pacific  I oast  of ( anada.
lhe d„ e.l r ali.n,' the oe:'an shore,
continually boasting of his prosperity,
whi h depends upon the handling of
tra c destined to be consumed in the
Interior, is foolish inled to attempt
any other explanation ol bis own prosperity, -a.' ar.l nlonj that the vast
dev li.,.nu nt oi tho inside of the eon.
tin in is (..:• veiy creation of the sea
and railway born transferring ofeom-
modities by virtue of whieh his own
■ ities a.e  being  built.
r"
NEW SPRING GOODS
Ladies Tw^ed SkiN
Ladies' Suits
Only a few Suits left to clear  at
Special Prices.
Wl
iris
Prices $1.75 to $2.50.
Ladies7 House Dresses
Re*. $4, $3, $3-to clear at $2.00.
Spring
0 ir stock Never Bitter.    Prirea
marked
Now	
down from 40c. and
2">c.
Ladies 1-piece Dresses
in White Lawn, and Muslins.
Regular $1 and $5. Your choice
for   $2 00
Women's Spring Hosiery
Women's   White  Underwear.
Millinery
.
Millinery
We are keeping in touch with
the Eastern Market. You can
depend upon the  latest styles.
& YOUNG
^.-.
M.IWWWBWBB1
On i
J     K     ."UN.-."-     >'   n
R \ I.I'H   (J.   Bl 'l;li'  S
KdH -I
MIN IN(.;.
the . ie at st   lireet ca ises of
' '■■'''  Q "'■'■ ■  ■ u   railways  running to
the I'au mi,.,.      i  ,. recent
ot nti  an 1     who opmi in-  in th ■ ,  oiu iioj oi .,...
wo or three weeks,  ihrougho-t     tbc    Interior of . Br
Ci '
11
[SING  RATES.
Loca ' '■   :
sh in ertion.
I a I charge 25 c nts.
.   i    2       nts per
In b ea colun n.
IL AND OFFICIAL
ADVERTISING.
Lega ii • of any fo-m, also
Mui       il Notices-12
,-    • ii.-   t oa    anl     8
cents ;••  line   subsequent    insertion-,
a low ■ ses to the inb.
cations for Liquor License!  ■•"■
■:  Transfer  of  liiiuor
OS
Lan■-. notl es, 57.00
ition      Notices,   UP   to
100 words
;
All      hei       - [advertising not
in     led in
rate i ■        vitb man.i',
submit , ort  which doubt
will .:■ | tor  the puhli
■nf irm i
Sir Chas. Tipper
11: •   I
e' i I   22   Sir  Charl m  "i tp
rer 1-lt i irestci day   nevj r
s utesman  who ba •
the past few  months
M
in  remain.   Hi    efl
A large Dumber ol pat
rs   and
I    oodbye   o I
tal, wh n he was for many  yeai     a
'ei.l ng  figure an.l  where be
Min in;   -ceil! B     J
.'    ''eel.    Hoi
[n pre   nted Sir Oha
■
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"Than
[■•■wa:-.! 1   |
• ti-e      rvi es."
■
d tish
lumbia
•    ■      • bese  rank the coal
'''"!   ' •'     galena, coppei  and   other
: "' K ioi naj and
whilst ti e Sim-
a" '  :;   and ad        I   territory  pres-
:.-.   :i  W  i.
: oi     mi n ing     to
:' ., . i
'-i    ■     I t.i  :    .' lla j,,.
-,„..
. peo-
prung
isl       t.-il
Scene from ihe Juvenile Bostonians' Production of
•■ olwette." empress theatre, May 5 # 6
.1- if
	
:     are even   COW   aiiel
■.    >,
SATURDAY,   \i i'.II.
Ban 0.1 Spooning
■
■
■
■ w.'.s-   ibe li ai ;  of  the    Interloi   oi  Uritish
before Columbia. ;t career of prosperity weal-
VS BlST
.   ij   ihe  lioein-
of a highly cul-
ind.
TI.MBER,
In   -1  ' id ran! igi   o.r  -oil
n  will min,'    ii e ag
■ 1 11-   iei   thousands
bere will al-
tn a...I growth, io which no other
citj e.i uie v.h. 1.' of Canada can so
justly  lay  claim.
Thj citizens ni 1; •,1 :-.n..;■, in ih.:
limber, land;, and minerals of the
tributary anl Immediately surrounding district, hol.l a three ace bund in
the game of progress and the fourth
ace i< within  their grasp, namely, the
••.   •:   . by 1
■
■'     y    .
til   'he   Wl   •
■-     ■
■.
les a«
'
is tb
the di
• -
on
li   Coa t.
rea fam-
•:. the md flnan   il       ■ '•  '
•, monopoly,
., B.  ,.,.     ,. nighl  spent     by Dr
nt.  Capitalized
■
■
■
. -ne. 11 •  the    Interior   ,
, drawing caid of     'Tubli city       which
areas    ol
expreii companies have grown In-
Igantl   con earning eni  '
tht ring     rtio "» morning and kept    him an
their rto-l     md by tbrfi famil>' ^^','
■ .   ■     fruit
Evening Clothes
who '• l"t it has
bi      '   paj    be 1 urn   on sbi|
• •  .      v.    1   pi   that  ihe I lommis -
1 .'h the good work and
tbat when the eudgment on the West-
• v    .:■- K.-ites Case is banded out,
drarftlc m its Bnd ,.,,.,,  ,.,„,,, OTe ,,..,,, ,,(
•
• ■'■I  mixed
Wl •• mien make ;i point ol   having   ''i^'' the products   r,<    the
two pairs of trousers to each evening '"■'""':
trousers Is of .1  • ■r ■": ' • of     lho    ilery aad   to
■
probably      of the same   thickn^nn      nn
■ 1  un.ler tbe
ation. ami
ing     ii' oduced by
land i.,r all
.
. tbe
prom
oke or
' money
1     '•   0
:     lllll' I     te,
■
•    ..1   the
Will
.1      .
1   of   bo ■   ii
» • tlmaie *i ploit
-   •. ,.iii   ol    'air
an be securod if every inhabitant of
1 lie district, will hoost the facts regarding his liome town and country,
mil bend all his efforts towards any
xcheme which makts for the advance-
hm nl and upbuilding of Uevelstoke,
Kootenays,  and  tbe   Interior  of    Brit-
h  I'oliiiuliia.
Lauds Gove, nment
IN USE 40 YEARS
GOOD THEN  BETTER N;iW
Perfect Scale, Purity of Tone, Susceptibility of Tonch, iVimtv «.(iM.iisii, Work-
miimbip ami Durability,
The    nn
I       I'iiino    ei|iii|i|i. (1    vviili
Hoaai'd'H Patpnt Siruiiitiig Hods,
w hieh eiiMirt-n Purmanonou and Purity
of Tone.
Spiral Ing on I'nn in 'ial and I'omin
mn politl s, Mr. U.K. M,inland, ol
ty, addres ed a meeting of the
Powell River Conservative Association
nn Sm mr.lay night, Mr. Maitland recounted bhe acioinpli hmen(s nf the with human-like control contains alithe
McBridi governmeni since L903, reforr- l,u'hi ■'''Proy.-inciitsan.l deviees They
.   ,. , . ,    .ire perfect   in   t'-ne,   artistic   in   design
Ing ■ ipeciaily to the i-gisiation which
OUR PLAYER PIANOS
,.   ,      • EL8T0KB,
M
/   . • • Imbel . tn
nefly referred      le
Infancy,     1 he
f l,e •  ll "111'   tied
''e the   lame manrw • 1,1  Increased  irans
; .,r    ,11.11   f.11 ill tii -i.    with   th*   Inn a'' •
tr    e il   eater power 1,     wiih
• ;   ■   otmt in hii new position, look b'+ter all tho time, because they '•>« wiide,n. | three ebori      . .:,,„.. up  ,' tbt mineral timher
as Western member ol tne Commission arc not -/i^ily    knorkod out of nhape <■'<■• ball   n- ferttle .,,i „,,'!  .,- .  .   ,      lands, itrotohlng   al
  iwith continuoiie. bard wear every »vn- l«y« and hillsides ,,i Britlsb Columbia ong the railway and navigable valleys
In view ol rutnois detrimental    to ing. bios oo ae the rose undei tbe   'florin of the Columbia „nd tributary river*
nteWsl    i.f tbo rity  of  Rev-     Knowing  ihi»,    some men m.ikn     n, "* a rare  ol  plot ,    and   sgricultui end    ll  llll I  the  fertill Ing  waters    ,,i
■    •     ■   now t*ing circulated,   we take 1 oint   of fllwavs having  the    t.rnimer t intu, before whoRe labors,    backed    !>y the Oireal  arrow and  Kootenay lakes,
pportunity   of  pointing out   that  ol   their  evening   mit made of   ,,  clfrth resources   ol  e.-ieneo  „nd  money   unnv- ihe  future  holds  foi   tbis ,-ily. gengra
11  1 n! 1 ti il    111 conueciion  wi'.h
tbe  fore try  anil   pre .'inpiions.   H« ut-
tributed tbc Imptovemeni of ibe highways  ihioiiehoiii  the  province  iii Hon
and cspabte of giving life-long service,
Wc I.MVITE comparison
Tbe very be-t material ami  tbe   liest
(ban io tbe example now before heavy doth,   Trooeen of thii kfatd a'e ,"1'1'    "'
prolwbly      of the name   thickneefl      as ' n'"    Patch
>deve Is evidently turn those worn In the day,   They last ion iho pt, imiUng fleMi and pas-
: his knowledge ,,f our    conditions ,-,.r ihan trousers of thin cloth     and "l,rH of Old rerebewno
rbon  ,     Tayioi   and   his   deputy,     Mr.   skill   that   money  can   secure  are   em-
W.W.   Foster.   He   reminded   bis  aud-   ployed in their construction.
ience that   ii   was  through   the  eflorts
of  Mr.   H.S.   i'l,.ment,   Ml'.,   that  ihu
di trtcl  Innl  gol   I'l'n direct telegraph-'
a communication with other parts of
The Newcombe Piano Co.
Limited.
MiKeu/.ie Ave.,  Revelstoke,  B.C.
ihee  provracp,   Mr.  A.   McKeatie acted   Head Office and Factory; Toronto, Cnt.
■ hail man ,,f  the  mating
Phone, 262
nny  ratepayer h.i«  a  perfect   right   to a l'ntle   thicker than   that of  thecoftt,   S.labla to their forefathers of the Km-   | hlcnlly  nnd
The nnme of the monetary  unit   of .nilreiB and is divided into lflO     i^en-
I'ortugal     has ai  last  l*'-n     changed tavos,  while    the    mllreis    represents
from the absurd milreis to the escudo 1,000 n:is: hence 1 centevo is e<julva-
momieally  silnated   in Tbe latter hn-f the same value as th« lent to Ifl reis. SATURDAY, APRIL 2Cth, 1913.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGE FIVW
All During April There
Wiil be Plenty of Bargains Displayed in This
Store, Watch for Them
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. &. Jfume 8t Co.. J^imited
Watch Our Windows for   I  I
Special Lines and bargains During This Month
Look at Price Tickets.
Ladies Spring Underwear
LADIES'  COOL, SPRING    UNDERWEAR,    Pure White
Cotton,   Spring  Needle   Knit  in  Vest anh    Drawers,
with  or without B.eeves.      Among  this  lot are some
of the Famous  Aivo Knit and Porous Knit,     All at
3 for 31.00 or each  35-.
Children s Cotton Vests
CHILDRENS' WHITE COTTON VESTS, with Sh, rt
Sleeves. To fit Children from Five to Tenyears.
At ea'h    15c.
Special for Friday
FOR FRIDAY wo hava a Great Special in Little Boys'
Suits. They are ,,l for Boys Two years to Six. A
good range of kinis, and losts of them. All at
On,-Halt   I'rice.   Vol can set at    $5.00 Suit for ?2.50
JUST OPENED UP
Department for Ladies', Misses
and Childrens' Ready-to-Wesir
Second Floor
We have opened up a Department for Ladies, Misses,
and Childrens' Reody-to-Wear, Se, ond Floor Front.
There is here a fine large space and splendid light.
We will enleavor in future to carry a Full Line of
Made Up Garment- Etc. This week we have a Bpecial Line of Women's White Lingeree Waists in the
Finer Lines of Mull. Mustin and Voile. Pretty effects in Lac- and Embroidery Trimmed. Some with
Short Sleeves, anl Dutch Nack. others Long Sleeves
and  High   Collars.     This is a  stockI buy all at ..43.90
Your inspection of Our Display
Cordially Invited.
Old Country Wash Cotton
A BHIPMBNT OF Ol I' COUNTRY WASH COTTON
Gooils in Gingham Zephyrs, and Galateas, Etc.,
the cood old fashioned, hard wearing kind at 15c,
20.,  and   35c.
Ladies  Tailored Suits
See' ihe Samples oi inr Special Hand Tailored Made-
to-Your Measure I a.lies' Suits. Hundreds of Satisfied Customers are wearing these. Why not you,
ai   $25.00 and $35.00
Ladies Rainproof Coats
Here is a  Special  purcbaei    of    Ladies      Rain      1'ioof
Coats.     Ileal English     Coat    with Ration Sleeves.
All size-'.   This i- a    regular     S20.00   Coast.     We
'. eiiiL'hi   ilnen  at a-a rlflce and  Can  pass th.-m  onto
you ai  a good bargain at   $10.00
efTfi    nveu
■&■£?
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w
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inn.
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LlX JLXJL
o
e^
Department
1
EWMM
OA™ CENTURY BRAND models  for  Spring
ifr'S 8
/ Re    and Summer, 1913. have all the grace, style
and   distinction   that   have   given   them   a
national reputation.
* The fabrics are the most attractive ever shown in
this famous line, and the tailoring is of the highest
standard inside and outside.
c See these new models before you place your  Spring
order.
* We are exclusive agents.
V
PRICES, $20 to $35.
IIMSl'Mir—l a——
r^
Friday and Saturday Bargains
NECKWEAR SNAPS—This week we will put on the counter
over ten dozen snappy, nobby, Neckties—all four-in-hand
style and good wearable patterns. Regular 75c. and $1.00
values.   For two days only .
35c. Each
CHILDREN'S SHOE SNAPS-Over thirty pairs of Children's
Shoes and Slippers to go this week. You can't go astray on
them: THEY WILL LAST ONLY TWO DAYS
PRICE, 85c. PER PAIR
J
Oun Grocery and CrockerjT Department
The Best Medicine on Earth for Cold:
JOHNSTON'S FLUID  BEEF, (16 ounce Bottles)
BOVRIL, 4 ounce bottles,       ...
BOVRIL, 2 ounce bottles,
$1.00
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 PUREST OF OLIVE OIL. (Made in Italy)
Half Gallon Tins
Quart Bottles
Half Pint Bottles.
Pint Bottles
hti it l iti il'l i'l*! ii'i ill ii'i il'l 1T1 tli il'l ii'i il'l i'l"* il'l il'l iT* iti iti l£* *li iTi ill ill iti it* iti kt. i"f» iTt t"ti ll* itt itx ill
I Specials For Friday and Saturday $
Wast Boards :    Regular 40c.    Sale Price, 25c.
■3*« n*fr» iTt i*t m^e JT* A flfr ■♦■ iTi JT.  »*f■ iTt .T> .•¥.  «^i »ife .+. ifi iTi iTi .Ti »T» »♦■ iti «T. iTi 1T1 A. A. .+.  .T» .T. iTt .T> X ■
IX* 'X 'X" *X   X   X   X fjnjr^ji tji *jy tjr m 1^1 tji ijt t^i i^t m.^. .^. ij^. i^» Tj?T+rT+r '4.' *+" rJ!rrJ/TJrrJr r4SrjrTXrT^ '
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. >\GE SIX
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, APRIL 26th, 1913.
i Seam-in-front
stockings
\f would seem absurd ?
Then  why any seam
You have kept oil wearing stockings
with a scam up the buck -shapeless,
uncomfortable things I because you probably didn't realize the perfection reached
Fti!lFa.shioncd
Seamless
HoalGvy
These are hose without the itit/n of a seam—look for the sign ofthe
ti      i   irk.  As they are belnfl Knit they ore shaped lastingly to
thocurves if thc foot am! leg. Thep fit—they wear better—
ami th    Utter absence of any scam at all makes them
i , r so much mor i comfortable.     No difference
In cosl    but much in quality, in economy
and in comfort. • (i5
Makers of
Ur.de:-wcar
Sweaters
aad
Hosiery
Made by
Penmans Limited
Paris, Canada
?:■     '
'«■■■■  ;
Men, who have
outgrown their
youthful waistlines,
who have become
"solid  citiz< in
weight, as well as in
importance,
should depend on
the l'i t-Reform
tailors and have their
Spring Suits and
Overcoats made to
their individual
order. Perfect fit
guaranteed. 	
755
BASIS OF
CHURCH
UNION
Winnipeg, April 21—A basis of union Ol the Methodist, Presbyterian,
and Congregational churches in West-
cm Canada was laid before & joint
meeting of those churches'last night,
in Wesley college.by Rev. F.V, drown,
general superintendent ot the Metho-
ist church. The basis of union Dr.
Chown reports ns likely to be applicable for causes arising out of the exigencies of the work in tho west, whii'
awaiting the consummation of the organic union of the three churches in
us entirety, i< ns  follows:
i. That a committee ol advisement
be appointed representing the threo
churches, whose function shall be to
direct arrangements for the organizing
of such union according to the oasis
nf union already received.
■-'. That through this committee
ministers may be cal-ed from any one
of the uniting churches, without nf-
fcetin; their relations to their own
church or their former relations to auy
of its connexional funds.
:'.. That this committee shall arrange ihtnui'M of appointment of
ministers, deeds of property, etc., of
the uniting churches, and shall look
.into and advise regarding the disposal of missionary, educational and
funds.
A resolution re ommending this pro-
I osal  was  passed.
TO    HOLD   THE   EARTH
IS NOT A VERY EASY THING,
bul everyj saving] person can hold at
least a small part oi it if he wishes to,
We have sonic earth on our hands that
we- would like to dispose of, fine residential, plots that arc sure lo advance in
value in the near future,
Call .it our office and   let   us   tell  you
about Kcwaiia Subdivision,
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, Ltd.
A. E, Kincaid, Manager,
EiaMaMaraJBMSMaiiSn^MeraafaaEfa
1 C^a-IBelDS 3
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O.  13.  N.   WILKIE
PROVINCIAL  LAND   SURVEYOR
The opera, the concert and the vaudeville of the city come to the small towns
more vividly than ever before on the
Edison
Phonograph
because Edison has just created a new record    the Blue Amberol
—which is sweeter r.iul finer iti tone and reproduces in a more
lifelike way than any other phonograph record e\ er
.   And once the best music and songs of the
•  ts have come to you on Blue Amberol Rec-
,i\s be yours as vividly as at first, for
the Blue Amberol never wears out.
Hear it at your Kdison dealer's today.
Thomas A. Edison, Ine , 100 L&kr.idc Ave., Orange, N. J., U. S. A.
A complete line of Edison Phonographs and Records will be found at
JOHN  BINGHAM'S
MeKinnon &
Sutherland
LET   US   DESIGN   YOUR   STATIONERY
The atalua 'ef a builn.iM hom» ia
reflected In im stationery  It P*T1
>e Ihtb the besl  Hnt'i joinf    Wh
fiae you tba MghteHl ejualitj e.t
■ weit price.    Free eitiraatea..
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w» '.ff»t yen eipe-rt, Mfrlea.  Print
ia f»nr bualnau and our hobby too,
TotM U.t ae.|.ee|i,,n of (ihdit ailll
type v»ie add 'engin»lity amtarniiri
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PEliFUiiitS
ASSISNNG
bUlibLUNS
Thu potent eflect oi perfume upon
the -iti-t'- and i lau- mind i.s now being
utilized in surgery. Th.' administer
ing o the anaesthetic lms been ono ol
the nt'i'l nt- of surgical operations
ino-t. dreaded hj many persons. iiy
the u '■ e.f a i ompoun 1 of ether nui
elixir ei; orange peel fat is said that thj
ana hetic enn be robbed ol half tu
terror. Th fact that it i- the vapor-
and i mere per
fume ma) produce uchan eflect upou
n.l of ' h ■ taii m thm partial
hypnosis will result and in  this condl-
uncou-
ng that
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OFFICE
LAWRENCE    HARDWARE  BLOCK
REVELSTOKE, B. 0.
W.   H.  WALLACE,  M.B.C.S.A.
ARCHITECT
Box 205, Telephone 313, Reveletoke
HARVEV, Moi  \KTKH
AM) PINKHAM
Barristers   Boilcitora    F.tc
Iuj.'ennl   Daiek   nnildlDK   Reval-
•tok»,  B. 0.
Money to Loan,
Offlcei—Revelitoka,    B.    0.,     »»<l
Cranbrook, B, (..
Ueo.  8. McCarUr.
A.  M.  Pinkham, J. A.  Harvey
Revelstoke, Cranbrook
COURT     MT.      BEGBIE,    No.  S4«l.
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Meets In I. O o. F. Hall next to
Tapping's Opera Houbb evory s»cond
ami fourth Mnn,Iny in month. Visiting brethren rordinllv welcomed.
H. V. MORGAN. C.  R.
WM.   R.   CAMERON,   R-c.-Rec
SELKIRK      LODOE   12,   !    ().   O.   F.
Meets every Thursday evening in
Selkirk Hall nt S o'clock. Visiting
brethren   cordially   invited.
C. NORTH, N. G.
JAS   MATHIE, Sec.
KOOTENAY      LODGE    No.  18  A.   F
anil   A.   M.
Regular     meetings nre held in MAS-
TEMPLE.     Oddfellows'      Hall
Thir.l   Monday   ;n  eaeh  month
at H  p.  m.      Visiting brethren       ars
ally  welcome.
J. HI HAMILTON, W. M.
A. G. BROOK ICR, Seeretary.
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atapmdmca   II a free  fuignr   prov!  ion Irt
matted by Oongross."  Tim star iiui
letin nny   'hr petition Ii being drafted
by nn a'torn"V engaged by Iniwllng bit-
nini- e men, aird tli" ln't'T nm giving
it'-nrnei lupport. It will hi- put, into
olfeulailM arfsoon a: the draft. is
completed
\t»'i  Second    and      K.'iirth  Wodnes-
days     in  eaeh   month  In    Selkirk
Hall.      Visitintf  Woodmen  are
' * ed to attend
IAMES   M  INTYKK,   C.C.
H   W.  EDWARDS, clerk.
RK :. LOTAL (iltlie.lt
MOOSE   No.   10«l
M"ts     every  first  and  third  Tus»-
•!*y    ln   Oddf(!.lows    Hall.       Visiting
' rethern  cordially   Invited   to  attend.
B.  Edwards,  Dbtator.
H    L.  Haug,  Secretary.
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Iohf mrt—Alt MINDS^—«i
Xt% Ih* OLBANUT, HIMP1.F.ST, ind HP-IT MOMP.
I>YK, nnm ren I.ht Why yon dnn't fTM h«»# tn
bf..<w whit KINI>../ Oledl pMfGoOdfl «re m»«l«
. f .-So Mlelehre tt* Impoeall.U.
Hind f.»r PrM < Blof Gwd, .ttory   Bnoklrt, tfttl
BooktM «*»ln» MMlU ol DyaUlg »T»r oihe>r .   -Ii.r.
Th» iOHNSf)NH1<;HAKI>SON CO., Llmlt*d,
M"i.iieai   Canada.
BEWS   DRUG  STORE
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Brownie's '. $1 to $..0D
Folding Brownie's $5 to $12
Kodaks $10 to $65
Winter ^or Summer
You Can Kodak
BEWS  The 3fe«a££ Store
WraKXKESlZVfl
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 -'si
Night Plume 40
P. O.  Box 4;
Howson C& Co., Ltd.
Furniture, Carpets and Linoleum at Eastern Prices, Freight
codded.
Howson C&, Co., Ltd.
r'.t^MijiojcjmTju. ..'.BUWasmiMtxr^rrMrsMrnx Taoa^gEgi.i'zrjcxsa.'.'a'.i.:.	
lilNCillAM'S   MUSIC   STORE
McKENZIE  AVE. Revelstoko.        -       Phone 262,
li. C.
Representative
MUSICAL.   INSTRUMENTS  OP   AI.I,   KINDS
EVERYTHING    IN   MUSIC
'lake advantage of an exceptional opportunity. Call at BINCHAM'S MUSIC
STORE ami inspect tin- l.u .:e stork .el Mandolines. Violins, Ctiitars, Accord-
eons, Piccolos, Flutes, Multi-Flutes, Harmonicas, Sheet Music, Alliums,
Player Piano Rolls, Silk Piano Drapes, Etc, Selling al Eastern Prices.
Edison Phonographs and Victrr Cinmophones with Cood Stock of Records.
Also j.sii Edison Wax Records selling at 40c to clear. (Usual price, 65c). Ask
for Catalogue of tlu- New Edieon Blue Seal Unbreakable Records.
Come Early and Get First Choice.
Piano Tuning and Repairs a Specialty.
WHITE PEOPLE
Re 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. Re progressive, and
have your washing done by the West Kootenay Steam
Laundry.    Regular collector antl delivery service.
WEST KOl^AY STEAM LAUNDRY
Phone 80 EARL BARRACLOUGH, Manager.
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.
Manufacturers of Aerated Waters
WINES
LIQUORS
OIGARS
Agents for Calgary Beer oVrinting
That , .
WPays . .
Tays you
Vour business status is often judged by
the stylo and quality of your Printing. A
poor circular hasn't half the convincing
and business-bringing power of the better
one. A cheap and common-looking letterhead lowers your credit with tlie wholesaler.
Tays Vs
Vou arc delighted with MAIL-HERALD
Printing for we do our utmost to please
you. We have the staff, stock and equipment to deliver the goods —-so we get your
next order, sure. Then your satisfaction
results in recommendation and so our
business crows.
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Mail-
Herald
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Press
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It means SATISFACTION in PRICE,
STYLE,  QUALITY  and DELIVERY.
Let us estimate for your next job, or ask
us for ideas, specimens, information—we
can help you.
We Prints
Catalogues - Billheads - Cards - Menus
Ball Programs - Books and Booklets
Loose Leaf Account Forms - Envelopes
Programs - Wedding Stationery - Tags
Memoriam Cards   -   Lumber Forms, Etc
Mail-HeraldElectric Tress
Revelstoke. 2. C. Phone Xo. 8
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WHERE TO EAT
will not bother you after you have once
tried this restaurant. Our meals are so
perfectly cooked, so daintily served, so
moderately priced   that you will
ALWAYS EAT   HERE
The proof of the pudding is in the eating. Drop in and (jive us a chance to
prove that our claims ar eno idle boast.
WINDSOR    CAFE
A. O. Tiiiakison Manager.
SMYTHE'S
Plymouth Rocks
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BARRED    ROCKS  	
Exhibition   Strain   ?5.00
PARTRIDGE    ROCKS 	
Exhibition   Strain   $5.00
WHITE   ROCKS  	
Exhibition   Strain   $3.00
BUFF   ROCKS  	
Exhibition    Strain  $3.00
Second Pen Barred RockB  $3.00
(Per Settin? of 15 Eggs)
My Barred White Buff Rocks have won
wherever     shown   at both Provincial
Shows I won   Six Prizes      '•      :
STOCK FOR SALE.
ROY  SMYTHE
REVELSTOKE
Luml)
umDermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -   Revelstoke, B. C
before buying yonr outfit of workiug clothes
for the bush. I make a
specialty of Logging
Shoes, Pants, Sox, Shirts
Blankets and everything
reonire 1 in vnur 'ni i'iiprb.
GOVERNMENT
FORESTRY
BULLETIN
The 'damage donee to commercial
stands of timber in North America is
fiom $25,000,000 to 8ioo,000,000 annually, according to experts who havo
made a study ot the -question. From
1880 to the present time, the annual
loss is estimated to be $jo,ouo,uuo.
These tigures ilo not include estimates
of the losses sustained in the destruction of young growth and forest lit •
t; i', in which lies the hope of future
timber crops. The burning of thc foi'-
est base1 ihe eflect of making stream
liow irregular, eroding river bunks,
and destroying the fertility of Inud-ov
er which useless earth is deposited by
swollen rivers.
It) some years there are forest fires
which assume the size of national'disasters. Su. li was tin' Peshtlgo lire
Which SWopi   mer an  urea  of  L,2S0>0O0
acres In Wisconsin in 1871, utterly ru -
lnlnj the country and bringing <leath
i-   li"50     people,      Other tires which
stall.I out in the history of the past
century as examples of the ruining
lOWer ol the forest's great enemy arc.
Mlramichi fire, .Maine and New Bruns-
v. ick I'l':., ::,e::<i,(!i;o acre's' burned and
160 lives lost.
Pontlae lire, Quebec—1833, l,two,000
ai r s burneh.
A ! ri' in Michigan in IS71—2,000,000
n.-res Inirn.d.
Michigan lire, Michigan—1881, 1,000'-
UOO acres  burned  and 138 lives  lo-ft.
Phillips fire in Wisconsin, 1891—100,-
01)0 acres burned and  13 lives lost.
Hinckley lire in Minnesota— 1891,
100,000 acres bui ned and 41b lives lost
F.raie fire, British Columbia in 1906
—Sl.COu  aires burned and 9  lives  lost.
Great Idaho lire, Idaho and Mou-
ta:ia in 1913—2,000,000 iie-res burned,
and "-5 lives lost.
Hau .otic fire, Minnesota and Ontario in 1910—300,0011 aires burned, and
42 lives lost.
Of recent years there has1 been a remarkable change in the attitude of the
people towurds these losses. Newspapers an,l magazines discuss questions
o! tire protection all the year through
rather than in thc periods of danger
exclusively. Governments are adopt-
in advanced legislation, the number
o.f lir.: rangers is constantly Increasing
nnl o.'er sixty forest protective associations cn the continent are actively i ngaged in efforts to reduce the tire
loss.
With lnlf the timber wealth of Can-
a.ia within her borders an.l an annuttl
i venue from ibe forest wbioh can attain a total of at last $10t',000,000,
British Columbia's intcro-i in the pro
tei en of fore'rs Iron lire is almost
j beyond estimate. The Forest Branch
is taking active measures to place the
whole province under effie i -nt protec-
ticn, io the end that no -uch losses
ns have occurred in the past in other
parts of the country may lake place
here.
I 6. BURRIDGE & SON
Plumbers and Tinsmiths
Repairs,    Hot Air and Furnace
work a Specialty
-WORK    SHOP—
Connaught  Ave.   •   Revelntoke
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer      Draying
Handling Pianos a Specialty
Phone 42  -    Night Phone 85
FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL
It ronltea. no difference .hit you flt,Tire on
pUnUnf tula woson—wt enn mi'i'ly JfOB,
1.11.I »iih thr finest qunlity of nursery ftoik
ever grown.
All trees, ptnnte. tines, berries, ttirutis.
♦verfreens. rnees. etc., sold tey u» nro guar-
teed
TRIE TO NAME
It will pay you to get in tonfh with us.
„   EVERY PLANTER NF.F.IJS Otn BOOK-
LANDSCAPE GARDENING
8c   WHAT TO PLANT" „
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DON'TS FOR
SOCIETY
eoRts
Wa hin^ton belles and beaux, according to thc correspondent of the
New York World, are practicing Mrs.
George Vi. Twickenham's rules for
avoiding the conversational reels upon which the so'ial bore Is wrecked.
Mrs. Wickcrshati' is thc wife of the at
toi ney general of the United States,
and she is one of thc most diverting
women in  ollicial  society.
"You'll never be a bore," says Mrs.
Wickersham, "if you carefully avoid
c-hc lour D's—
DISEASE
DESCENDANTS
DOMESTICS
DRESS
"The first do^s away with orgaa
recitals.' The second eliminates the
baby, no matter how cuu, ho is, and
one's forbears, no mntter how distin-,
guished thoy were. Tho third removes
the maid and all her workB. The
fourth puts the'dressmaker and the
tailorman out of the running."
Mrs. Wickersham's little "conversational code" was propounded at a recent White House dinner nnd everybody nowadays is  dropping  D's.
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Control   Your   Coal
Expenditure
In the Gurney-Oxford range you will find
more exclusive features, more essential improvements that appeal to the thrifty housewife than
have ever before been found in any one kitchen
range.
But most important of all is thc Economizer.
This [clever device for regulating the drafts
saves 1 ton of coal in every 6 that you would
burn in the ordinary range. It takes thc smell of
cooking out of thc kitchen and sends it up the
Chimney.   You know what thnt rr.enns.
The Economizer enables you to absolutely
control the amount of coal you wish to consume and still have a perfect hc.it for cooking.
It will enable you to keep your fire going
while you go out shopping or visit your neighbor, and all that is necessary fer you to do
on your return is to press thc small lever and
you arc assured of a hot fire in a ':ery few moments.
A Gurney-Oxford stove is sanitary—no dirt
can accumulate On its beautifully smooth surface.
Its top is polished steel which abolishes forever that dreadful operation — blacking the stove.
Of paramount interest also arc the other
remarkable and exclusive attachments — the
Special Grate, the Divided Flue and the Broiler.
Every woman who knows owns a Gurney-
Oxford.
Revelstoke
Hardware Co., Ltd.
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NOTICE
D. Company 102nd, Reg. R. M. R., beg to announce thnt they uiil hold
regular dunces in the Drill Hall on the 2nd. and 4th. Friday evening
of each month. Dates will be as follows:
January 10th. and 24th, 1913.
February 14th.   "   28th.    "
March 14th.       "   28th.    "
April 11th. "   25th.     "
Tbe best of treatment guaranteed. Music by Lity Band. We solicit your
patronage.
R. M. R. Dance Committee
C. H. Brock. Chairman.
Seeding time
As the time (nr seeding li is arrived do not delay iu selecting the varieties you require.   We have them all, strictly fresh stock.
Hay and Grains
When you require anything in the feed line, do not forget we c.irr\ a
complete stock -uch Si li iy. bran, shorts, chop, oats, wheat, Barley ami corn.
OUR   OWN   RAKING
When you are feeling weary anl do not know 'ii-: what to prepare, drop
In and sample sume of our Cakes and Paltry. Weknow the. will pletieyOV.
They arc the best, made from the best.
Tel. 41
a  Hobson
Box 73-1
Australia's baby bonus of £5 just
Parsed into law iB not the only nchomo
of the kind to bc mooted in thc commonwealth. Entirely independent of
it is a proposal recently put forward
by the chiel secretary of New Houth
Wales, the essence of which according j
to the Australian corre-pondent of the
L.ani'et, is free medical and skilled
nursing attendance in maternity cases
—London T'degraph.
L. E.GRIFFITHS
Hay, Grain and Feed
Office :
Cumming's Transfer Co.'y
Second Street
G. W. HALL,
Manager c. s.
rity.
Cowell of Spokane is in    thc
Vi.   3,   Shaw  ol
yestei daj'    fai Ij
Oaigary, came
west-bound.
R,   A.   Emmans  of  Salmon  Ann,
in thi  city   loing business today.
A.
city.
E.  l.'Miy of Lethbrldgo, is in tho
lb   came in last Wednesday.
M
Sutherland, ot Victoria.
visitor to town  today.
is
Thos,
u busin
J, Burns ..n.l Chas, Ugleo of Nelson
cam    i     . Wednei day's   outh I rain.
.1.   Bingham lias just  roturnod Irom
:, ; ■ ■■ ' lul       flying   trip       to
\ ei a   .
E.
ler :
■ \ incouver, was nol I ed
em  visitors  here yes-
T.F. Oantwell of Oaigary, is in the
city, being u passenger on Friday S
early west-bound.
Tea,  Cocoa aud Hot Drinks are now,
being served at Manning's with dainty
sandwiches' and cake.
In Methodist church Sunday 11 nm. |
subject "Glotying in tho Cross," 7:80
p.m. subject, "A Call to National
Decision." Special music;—Anthem by
choir, Praise Yo ihe Father, ladles
trio, Jesus Saviour Pilot .Me', by Mes-
datnes  Hews.   Davis  an.l   Dent.
tin Tuesday evening the' V.l'.S. ot
St. John's church will hold a special
meeting, when "India, lis Wonders,
and Custom-1," will be the subject ol
an address, illustrated with a large
number oi beautiful colored slides.
Tho meeting is open to all who may
desire to attend.
tin Wednesday evening al 8 .'Kick
In the Presbyterian church, Mis Ratte
ol Toronto, will give an address. Miss
Ratte, i engaged in social servli ■■ and
is making a tour of tho West in lho
Interest  of thai   woik.   Bhe is aniost
in mi " tin.- pi al'.i'i' an.l the meeting
will be- profitable to all who .-in attend.
i
! BUSINESS LOCALS !
I
Jack Johnson Fined
i
A. M. Tai: i'M   of Toronto, ha ■ bo a
I ng in iness     here  ih
:■".'•   .  ■
Presbyterian     church,    Rev,
j. w.
past Stevenson,  minister,    Sun.lay  services
at  11 a in- .nv 1 7:30 p.m.   I" the morn
ing the subject will be "Worry," an.l
hi the- evening "Friendship, Love and
Truth.''    Selkiik   Lodge.   I.O.O.F.  will
atlcn.l   th"  evening     service.   Sunday
I    G    Davit   i.f  Calgary,     was sihool and   Hill' clas-rs at  I'M p.m.
the  manj   pralrli   visitors   lo Strangers anl  visitors    are cordially
week-end. Invited,
Mr,   ■,'     Mi
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ward  hotel.
town
Heath of Spokane aro
he   Kill ■      bM
Mi.   il      '     ' :■ lei e,a completed his
i here on   Tu s :.t\     anl
i ■■   .   :     . .   ■      ..    .'I'.
Mi. V. Su u.lw ick ni Arm-
week,   Thej   an
t tl    ;   i .   Edward.
a    "
this &
A.  v,.   (Vearf oi     Vancouvor,
I        Re     stok
•    I   la..   We,Ines.lay    "
W. II. il. ro! In ma le ,, business trip'*
1     ' I " bis  week-end.
home an today's south
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x The in al   n>.bi  e.i   Odd! I- SJ
■ lows as we'll as thi Rebeecahs 3?;
» are asked lo meet at 6:45 p. «:
« ni. tomorrow, Sundaj, to , «
m ti iri  t', einin -tu * ii 'ii  Service at '■
■ st.  John's church. jf
A May Day Shirt Waist Dance Is a
novelty in Revelstoke. It will be given by the Girls' Hospital Auxiliary at
the opera houso on Thursday, May 1.
All of Revelstoko vrill bo thore.
The lirst Canadian contingent that
went to the Doer war were insured for
$1,000,000 in the Ocean Accident and
Guarantee Corporation. Tho Revolstoke Fire Brigades arc also insured
iu this company. Tho special agent
for this company Is Chas. M Field —
Best policy in the market issued to all
especially to railroaders.
Vou make no mistake by coming in
to the Moose now. The charter is open, and the rates are low. You .'itn'i
I eat it for a good, s'otind order.
Only four companies settled their
losses in full in the Snn Francisco
earthquake and lire, of which the London Assiiranco Corporation was one
This company paid out $7,000,000 In
that disaster, their policies aro written here  by (.'has. M. Field.
Forty years in use, 20 years the
siaudafd, prescribed and recommend,
ed by physicians. For Woman's All -
ments, Dr. Martel's Female Pills, at
your dmggim.
Railroaders, beware. Do not put ou
life or accident Insurance without flrst
looking over the attractive and low
priced policies offered you by Chas.M.
Field, in his sound and reliable
panies.
Chicago, April 25—Jack Johnson,
nogro pugilist, was lined 81,000 by
Judge Carpenter in the federal district
ourt today after charges of ftauggl -
ing a $'2,000 necklace had been dropped and lhe heavyweight champion had
pleaded nolle contendere to charges of
concealing from federal oillcials' the
fact that he had the jewelry in his
possession. The necklace was declared
Miss B. McMahon haB opened up a forfeited to the government and prob-
ladiis dressmaking establishment with ably will be sold by auction. Tho ac-
headquarters over the McRae Block, tion winds up thc lesser of two caBOs
McKenzie avenue, Rovelstoke. l'lain which federal authorities have against
sewing for ladies and children.     Lad-  Johnson.   He is still to come '.o trial
Arc you ,a Moose? If not, why not?
This Five Dollar Initiation Feo Is
something you don't get overy day.—
Remember, it raises to Twenty-five as
soon as the charter closes.
ie b mvn materials made up.
Seo ('has M. Field aliout lhat Life
Policy you aro contemplating putting
mi in the company of which Lord
Strathcona and the President of the
Hank of Moni cal nro directors.
GALT  COAL  is  handled exclusively
in   Uevelstoke   by   ihe   Revelstoke  General Agencies, Ltd.
Now that ihi'snow is oil lhe roof.—
He is doing It again—Who, the Chlm
ney Sweep, at the Oriental hotel.
It only cojis you a Five Dollar Bill
for Initiation Fee to become n good
Loyal Moose. This is fur a Bhort time
only, so make hay while the sun shines
POWDER—A supply of Stumping
Powder. Caiis and Fuses has arrived,
and ran be ahtaiivd from Setreiary
.'abler, of the Agricultural Society, on
application.
Remember  the  date of  the     Opera
com-  House Ball,  May 2t'th next, given  by
, tho Managemi nl r.t.d.
on an indict ment
the Mann law.
■barging violation of
liilli'i|i'lli'"!liii|c'li'!l|ei||.ili.i!|.'i|i.'lLM|.ei|i''li'i|i''l|JJi'lii'lli'!i("'i
1 SALES and WANTS
ItH. Iiui'
Minimum 2!k
•;,  tt  i:  h « k  b  )«  x  ■  m ■ u H
Case kgss
CORN MILL
RUN BY H03
POW Lii
NEY I-
WASTED
sy te;., ...- tho "eas■   ' nnl'
They hav.- a nowl   scheme
States   for  making the  hog
in    the
work ior
1        M ■'. laj  evening      t -8 o
in ihe'
'».M.i'. '■     .        :    mbei rei ted in
Thai thi
which has   u   ... he o .-  trade his  living.   Amongst tho  workers   on
er ol j  .us provides no dis-  the farm, the pig ha-' usually a pla"'.
crimination whatever, and thai  under  but a contrivance has bein introduced
.vhi'i by Ic may grind his e.wn meal,  guardian    troll  up    and" dowi
An in mi li i. e meml er ol lhe bouse
nt commons was a truck one day by the
pre ' n a poii  iman in one of   the
■   es,   Hi   wond ired  v. by  thia  par -
mi.I.iI'    lo ebv- huul,l   always   have       a
nnl
W.   II    W
■
'.
hen,  irs  not d  to market   it  consists  ol a barrel.
of   1 itj.   wa■    the appli nice Inside,    iniu
'
ll ill,
i
with   i milling made en [uir
u 1: ch    linlian Thc records of ihe house were Bear-
placed, ch.'.i    nl  ii  was found that 50   years
of     The barrel is on a swivel, and there prei ou Ij   when  die lobby  wa    beiug
the pn                  i ni.imh anl   Juebc      ire  holes low down iu  the   side-  from deeo e    I, a policeman had  been  Btat-
:.   ■              i i-  which                                    I    o pla ed ioned 11        o keep the members from
architect,     iv -
a    us ne-   trip deci i ton  entlj   .,'■ a  largely
on id-
I
v ith b< i nioth-
::      Mi.   :
thej
.
ag  the form of  that      when a  hog  pn—-  ins snout   soilin    thei   clothe .   The order never
■  lai the rrel     turns   ba i'1     hecn  co n ermandod  the  eon -
Thi   for ,     if  i     nd.   This
meal .'
h    ho
ii" intends
-
Mary's
-
in the
6
ean    wh*'i
, ■   ■ •
ing.   i ■
■
pro-
no  r
te'
Hi
• ■
■
' tt
■
■
-■ •'■'•'.
■
.ted.   ..
-
■
ill inside,
ill   under
was e
i
;.e can
• ie mill
■
a' tht
it
'   . ■ bob ha
epl   bis I eai  tor
Ohronide,
half
■
May, and
irtera,
lock.
•
• •
■   ■
Vie
iobertsoi
ly ol      -
H
"
:
■
a
j—Mont •
mm Mm, m
a Classy Demonstr.
....
at the lo I
ko.noi •     .
i ition     eervi -    at S-    1 ■
r
i   ■   ■'• "   ■   '■     .■■;..
a   lirior  ief  MooM . op<>n''el
ttartei       a   ■ .    '   time.     Thi-
i   a)
The initiation tee .    ■■:.. ,-".
I  ■■ e'han.r I   open. Ti...
• I  to Tvvn'y five
h.-:    lodes,   Now js    the
T whil- th" rates     are
|0«
.
than   .
thi    ial
■   (■-.
•
i i
along
Ifl   ni  i-H'-h  street  and   to •Tint,
some flf'y bOUiej during the approach
i>on.
Maple irk  is said  io
of the moat   harming spots on the Jb
land of Vnncoii
tenit
. a"       '
i
'
:
■
-
■
n<.      lx>ai.
omponer
Prince of To-Night
who saw  last  night's    en-
: it   was perhaps   one
ii ,,i  ,,11
here      . in e    ' 1 it lo
Johnnv    Jones,"   George  Cohan'
. ■!'., wore uu mc than entertains 1     .        T.e ■  Iri..     Of Ton   ht.'
"  ■      l  • , .   A
it   appreciation     ot
■ ■ foi I '  in   -I'eiir-
attractlon.     There
i   parts    in  the  ahow
, eat  to live up to ex-
pectat. i   was occasioned by
ee-   the stage  and      the
an band <
0   working on  a  stage
In ., •. ..st every partlcu-
II   ■'    e.f      l'.   11. .-hf   liVe' 1     Up
it   .',-   ..'.11 received
if thi of noti.e.
all    pretty     and
■ I   were     the
work   in      the.
p oved
ajait?iaiaiaiaaaiaasiaiaisf^i3Maiai3ia
LOST—A Pure Bred Collie Dog Pup,
Eight Weeks Old. Finder please return to W.H. Horobin, Second St.,
or Phono 269.
WANTBD—Small furnish, d house or
house-keeping room- for the summer
We.-t of McKenzie avenue preferred.
Apply P.O. Box 732, City.
FOR RENT—Three Market Gardens,
with residences attached, ahout six
acres in each tract, adjoining nnd
within city limits and west of Columbia Bridge. Apply to A. McRae,
or Harvey,  MeCarter and Pinkham.
FOB SALE-At Grandviow Poultry
Farm, Malakwa, B.C., Single Comb
White Leghorns, our Slock won
First Pen. First Cock and other
prlz.es, at Fall Fair. Kg's .'rom
selected breeding pen headed by the'
w- imin : Cock, $2 per sitting, liu*
year-old   hens  >l,.   j„ r  dOe-en.
Apr.   16,   lm.
i ERFECT FIT CORSET -Special, lm
portance to ladies who appreciate a
perfect fitting Corset , Spirella Bplou
dih ii ue■ builders, moulding the
form inio fashionable lines, giving
style, comfort, support, over two
million satisfied women now wearing
Spirella, endorsed and recommended
by leading physician^. Have your
measure taken ind tried-on by a
trained Cot etlere n ihe model designed to give style, comfort and
ser\i.e. Grace Abbott, Corsetiere,
above Manning's Btore. Post office
Box  352,  wrile or .all.        M2 i   lm.
PROPERTY FOR SALE.
Teni.:- are Invited by the undersigned for the' purchase of lot^ One
and Two, in Block 39, Plan r3cu,
Revelstoke, such lenders to bein our
hands I i>ro"c noon of the 3flth of Ap-
i I. 1912. This property stands on the
South-ra-'t corner of Fourth streot,
md Orion avenue and the buildings
consist of a storey and a half Frame
house, formerly occupied by the late
W.E. Coughltn.
Dated   April   llth,  1913.
Harvey,  MeCarter  and Pinkham.
1st iss. April Ifi, 2w.
coming mm
May 1-t—Opera House, Girls' Hospit
al Auxiliary  Shirt   Waist Dance.
'day 5  and 0
ihe  Empri's
-Juvenile
theatre.
Bostonians, at
May 22— "Prince of Tonight" Empress
theatre.
Mai   22—"Prince  of Tonight"  nt   the
l ipera House.
ollegc
..   pt.   nally   %,"y  2(5—Opera  House  Ball,  In      bhe
.Management.
I
'
! Iti  till
th
I-'.,.   ,
e>   iii k   a
June ith   ' The
i.i Hon ei
Rod Rose"    at    the
.I une   —?—"Uncle Tom's Cabin"
I     .1
Coming—Flora Dora, at  the Empress
theatre.
Coming—"Royal
Empress theatre
Players," at   the
...............
NOTIOB.
•i u'bi
I     mail-   up
h      he
' Ice
. m|    . in forma -
:.ii    onl.      •■■■a i  thai
i k  and,    as
i   ocoarftonsd, II is ox-1
..     he    tii/e    and   no'       the  ft Room   Modern  House,   corner  of
.1    B.   WATSON  REALTY CO.
■'
■'
■
Confliderably  over   three     thon^and  "«i
Scotchmen left tho Clyde lor Canada   ■
Pre. id^nt  Anptie of  the '»■"  w<-k, tba majority proceeding to '■
Ltd.   It i-» designed    by friends already  eetabllshed  in t.he  no    |
_\ baUtdaome residence is now in   ih't
e nn ■   ol erection e.n McK«.n.ie tven-
i     which.   wh<m    romplpt«l,  will      b'i
cc upled by
I   Mille
Architect  Walla c and  will cost oom- minion.   The average weokly     exodttl   »'
pitted      ajiproTlmately   110,000.     The from Scotland .inr.-the early weeks ol   I
iemiw will be sitOated ->n tho lot rom- the year have been two thousand de-  '*■
er of     M^Ken7il» avenue and Seventh HPlte the 'a':t "*at thorP ftrn ''''',    UI>- B
etr<y>t. the h-art of R«iel*toke's eholc- employed ln  Scotland now than   tor p]
\.' sbMtgW of aids mm' po«-
ly bo handed into 'hi*
office ;,y Monday eviynrng In
order that t.he ohange <»hnll
appear in Wednesday's Issue,
and any changes Intended for
Satnrdny's issns must. t,«
hande'd in not I ator than
Thursday evening ol e«<h
mtr.lt. Business men pleaso
take note of tfce above.
■ OW   In all  'The  Pr1n<e-  .,f   I  ,night''
■ ■ n'      thai      hai
I VisaHa   th,,  MMOfl     V.Ralia r,Room
Wl Moinir./   lh-1'n,    xi'iuday,   A prii   12th
sompany wWA appeal al the op
■ ra  bouet  OH   April  22nd.
NOTfi'.
i
■
*
■
"I
■
Hi     All  Oddfellows  and  Rebeecahs    are
■gj requested to meet tt the Lodge Room
4 nt ft V, \i m tomorrow, Sunday April
4 'i7th. to attend Commeratlon flervi.-e
i§ i.i St    JohQ'l  I'resbyerian   -huroh.
Rob-on     avenue    and
Fourth
street 	
a $2800
C-Room    Modern    Houst;,
Fourth
street   	
 *2200
Jl-Room     House    Fourth
street.
nenr  McKenzie  avenue
 $3,000
100-Feet   Seventh  street, near  Mc-
 $1,500
f-toro   Buildine   McKenzie
avenue,
For   Rent 	
Give in  your    Listings If
want a (juick sale.
you
i   '   reeMi n'ial di-trirt
years pant.
jn «:*!<(■; ■)-■)!«; rail ii) fill Sr4A
C   NORTH, N.O.
J.  B.  WATSON REALTY CO.
R. R. Cole Manager.
Mr. J.M. Keilic left for bhe coast to.
day on business.
Mr. Allan Thomson returned from
Vancouver Friday.
Nurs'e Campbell of the hospital Htaff
is ill  with pneautnoniu.
Mr. Harry Maxwell is away for a
short  visit to Kamloops.
Mrs. Wall'''- Govlt and family returned on Thursday irom a visit lo
Kuniloops'.
Mr. Robort Howson returned
Wednesday evening from a lew days
icsi at Halcyon Hot Springs.
Mr. S. Q. Itobi.ius has purchased
the Bourne house on McKenzie aven-
ue ut picseai occupied hy Mr. patter-
son.
Airs. Lindmark entertained the Mo-
thiiiiist. .hole last evening af.er prac
lice, to a treat oi .sandwiches, cako,
i nd coflee,
.Mrs. It. How on left for Halcyon
la i Sai unlay lo , n.ioy tho benetlclal
uilects of the Hot Springs.   She Is ex-
pe. t  el   home  ou  Monday   next.
Mr.  Arthur Woodland of  the  Etovol-
Mee,..' i lai dwara I o., has ri utcd • n
houso on tie' second corner o; Foorth
Btreeo, and moves in the lirst of May
Mr. J. Patterson principal of the
high school, has rented Mr. Johnston'.- house on Seventh street, uear
Mei\cn.i' avenue, and mo^cs in noxt
week.
ah. aiid Mrs, W, B. Robertson, oi
Now Westminster, arrived In town yes-
icrdaj and are ituying at lho lloiel
Revelstoko for a month. "Billy'' is
welcomed  by a  host o; old friends,
Mr.   '! a.'I ill'.'       has     disposed   ut   his
1,,ii .■ ,,n Sixth street, which he bought, fiom Air. SiiK last November.
i.. iei n .ii. ed indicates o very
substantial increase in property vaults in mis neighborhood.
Th' Literary Society oi the Mutho
,1, : church Epworth League .\ ill spend
an evening with "Ralph Conor" next
Mond ij ni In ■ Mr. Harry Maxwell
will re cl a paper on the life ol thi
iintli.•!. and oilier members wiil
brief resum s of his woi ie. Evei ybodj
is Invited lo uttend thi   meeting.
Uev. .1. W. Stevenson w ill give a
talk on India, illustrated bj seven >
, .eh.i .1 latil ii . :.■ show in ; the mai
vols of ihis wonderful ountry, next
Tuesday evening in St, John's church
at 8 o'clocl Thi lecture is under the
auspices nt the Youug People's Socle
ly. Sllvi r co le tion. Evcfj. o ly
invited.
..   Mi.  an i  Mi -• ' 'lune left     oi
1 rldaj  aftei i n     I rail   lot   their new
In,ai at Edmon Is, a station inl Iwaj
between Vancouver and New Westminster, where Mr. Cbave has ben' appointed iu the Baptlsi pastorate, A
number of friends accompanied    them
to the del ol  to   pi el t   on   their
\ ay with goo.I wl In  .
j 'lho Oddfellows lodge gave a uotc-
worthy treat this week, when mombera
were iii.ite',1 io bung wives and sweet
hearts toa iiuii" and banquet on
Thursdaj evening, in S.I.irk Hall. A
goodly number responded and dancing
was enjoyed un. il eleven o'clock. Tbe
Revel I'ikc orchestra were never in
letter form and encores were demund
ed for nlinost every number. The ban
quet wus spread in the lodge room up
Mniis and, at Mr. Probyn was Uro
ia er r. nc eli.'s- t i say thc spread
was first-class and thoroughly appreciated. Dancing was aiicrwurJs re-
siinie-l .in aiintlu'i hour or more. During the ev ning many expressed the
wish that the oddfellows would see Ht
to repeal this pleasant form of enter-
tainment ai regular and frequent Inti rvals in  the future.
The Ladies Hospital Guild were extremely suecessful in the whist drive
given under their auspices on Wednesday evening. More than sixty wore
present and fourteen tables began play
ing shortly alter nine o'clock. Seven
point games kept the interest keen,
and thc players alert until about el-
,cven o'clock. Scores were • completed
ln fourteen games. Supper was serv-
ed while cards were being examined by
tbe committee. Sets of four tables
were joined Into one, and around eaoh
a jolly circle enjoyed delectable aand-
wiehes and cake with tea or coffee.
,Th<> prize winners were found to be:—
| Ladies Hr t, Miss Jean Matheson, a
handsome brass teakettle; second, Mra
Kennedy, a cut*glasa and Bllver vaae;
gentlemen's first, Mr. Alexander, an i
ivory clock; second, Mr. Hardman, a*
morocco cigar case.

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