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Vol. 19-No i.6
KEVELSTUtvE, B. 0, APEIL & I .13
$2.50 Per Year
(LIBERAL
TACTICS
DISCUSSED
The Liberals having luund that their
ItactiiH of obstruction had not the
•lightest etU'ct upon bhe determination of the government io come to
•the aid ol the motherland, in (he mau
tier Indicated by tho British government itself, are now seeking to crawl
cut ol the undignilled position in
Which th.y lind themselvos. There ure
i nmistakablo evidence's that the people of Canada are heartily sick of
Lauiier and his followers. Liberal
members are being deluged with remonstrances from tbeir own supporters
and the leaders are being plainly told
that they have Wrecked any Obances
thyre  might hive  been of    restoration
to powei. Canada will not soon forgot thai men like Hon. H.Ri Emnicr-
Bon and Br. Neely preached secession,
and breaking away from the Empire.
Canada will remember the Declaration
of Independence read by Mr. Emmer-
lon, a Privy Coun,.,Ilor and former
minister of the Crown. Canada will
remember Br. Neely's references to
"Revolution'1 and th "Boston Ton
Party."
The government's course is clear.
in the fight lor continuance of Uritish
conne tion, it has tha,Canadian people solidly behind it. In its determination that the majority must rule it
I.e th.. support of the inllligeut men
ol ibis country. an opposition whieh
uses what lower it bas lo impede the
passage of legislation, which lias for
its object ihe strengthening (,( ibe ties
v.luch bind Canada to the Empire will
Ik- BUmmarily dealt with by the people.. Secessionist* and revolutionists
may fun •• and fret, but the great
mass of the people of Oanada will
vote 'ei remain within the Empire.
Surely a more pitiable sight was
nevei  witnessed than a once great pat
t>   ,,;  th      t   te substituting      anarchy
lor constitutional proceedings. The
future i.f Liberalism under it- present
li a.lei.  v il in be.l ! .• .1  ihn ny road.
Y.M.C.A.
GYMNASTIC
EXHIBITION
On Friday evening at 8 o'clock, in
tbe tiym, Ihe greut closing exhibition
lukes place. This is oue of the events
tbat everybody looks' forward is attending. All the children look forward to this aB tho greatest treat of
tho season. The program is ot such
a cbaraOlor that lho fun element ia
evenly mixed wllh skill and daring.
'lho work of lhc girl> is such that
they are worth the price of admission
alone.
Next Friday ought lo setile whether
the girls or the boys are the besl.
lho work of Mr. Yum Yum McKill -
inurryop, although nol on the printed
program, will keep you laughing until your side-' aro sore. Mr. Yum Yum
McKilliuurryop is breaking all speed
records by aeroplane, automobile, rail
road to be here by April 4th. when
be arrives he will likely take a ride
on the Fretv h Sea.
Fighting, wrestling, attempts to
reach the skies, team games, etc., will
be put on. Medals will be awarded to
those who have made the high"st
marks during the entire season, cups
will also be given to the leading basket hall teams.
It is the intention of the Y officials
to put the liro e.-ds oi this entertainment towards fitting out the gymnasium with „ Suspended Horizontal bar
two  mats,  aiiel   .,      drinking  fountain,
and running water cuspidor,   these are
BOARD OF TRADE
REGULAR MEETING
Delegation to Ottawa Postponed.—Mourn Revelstoke National Park Reserve.— i hu Secretaryship.—Permanent Heauquarters.
Gym
all nec.'ssary additions  to  the
equipment.
The pri. i.m of admission will he :-»
Adults, .'inc.; Children, 25c. Be sure
and kivp ibe date- clear, and come and
I iin: your friends.
RCA
INCiitAbli.b
WHITE MAN'S
BUitOhNS
I 31   Tbe Germ in ad -
mlralit ...   -Imu-iit
e al navj   ren   publi
Bi hy.   Tbe fleet cf a
i.n I  ae    plane    ,.- ti
uli el .     | re'a.I  over      the  :.. tt
l vi   ■,. i s.   i he  tie t   is   io i.e    niir.'ly
d with     the
nm y, i.'i   ih. h neai I)   126,000,' "i    i,
nt.
r  an  appropria
turn   •' at the flrst outlay on
..io lue el m  the
imp    - D      .'.ia   .   I'
Ifl lii .gible. hallo.,ns of ibe larg-
h el hi are to   com
,i .: ■ activ.   : .    ..,. are to be
Flfty-fi a   di .
; to which    i be
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ta a   ii
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Tb ■ appt   '     i " ti- foi  thi    llect, to
: i.l over tb i years 1911 to 1918,
rompi ■ ■   18,7     ur .lii igible     and
foi       ..plan..- .,n.i mainten-
.,:, the i tews.   The lib ol    the
11•« a • hip- .   e tlmated at only four
i   h
Cranbrooke, March 31 The y.ar
Miel a half "''I cbibl of Mr. and Mr-.
Hedler McLeod died suddenly this
morning after being given a teaspoon
tui of    H boll   a i.i     in mistake    for
inc.
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i:.-;-iii,ii monthly meeting oi
Farmei ' Institute will be
held al ■> M.C \   Build ng on
Saiuiday   evening.   April   Mb
Instead of n    week later, im-
pin'tatil    hiisine  elh  I tl
notioe elsewhere in tin   i sue
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ENCOUHAGE
HUME
INDUSTRY
"HOW   much   elu you   charge   :
thousand  letter heads ' is a
which  the manager of a printing office
is as-e.l almost • very day ol the Week
"That .1 pen is pretty mud
quality of the paper," be repli
The customer  i. mally  ; a.a k
- a fairly      o I
and is  iho •■ a i   mple   ......     .: i ;.
. .-  fr.i.a   which   In.  m.i
likely   u>   not   be    elects   p
pal er, i ne  whi h calls toi  .;
rice.   lii. . •■ er,
. ". .1    ia e "i papei
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lie   ... Up
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t i      o     ba< k to i.
...       m.i   oflei   ......
.   .        nt hi .      .
■ i.n :  io  pi nr   "t'-n  . I
20 pel . .and "
o
I apei.   tyle of i  pe or cla
but with thi
of no ■ onse |Ui nc   I ll
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thai 'le- ji li
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:  iie  I, id rs
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bavi     on  a   pl   •'
lypo before  pi n   I
bolce in  ll
over, bi   ■ ould there!)
c l money in tl
i I getting some ol It ba s again, whil*
ai   the  -ame   lime  he  WOU
ih< industi v i,f bis tt Hi
ness man. anl all tin   bei]    everyone
living in the city.
\n.l all tbi    without  upending     one
ii nt ol additional money   'imply turn
Into a diBorenl .-hannel.
The Hoard oi Trade met in Bpecial
meeting on Monday evening, iu the
City  Hall.
President 0. II. Hume occupied tho
chair, some len members were pres-
eni. Mr W. M. Lawrence moved.
and Mr. W. H. Wallace Boronded —
That this meeting called as a special
meeting, be turned into the usual reg
ular meeting of lh.' Board.—Carried
unanimously.
Secretary McViiy rail the nilnutej
of las' regular and special meetings,
and  which  were adopted.
President CB. Hume—In regard to
the committee which were appointed
io meet a committee from (he Conservative Association, We met and
talked the mailer of a delegation, the
land ipiestion, and ihe Mount Bevel
■toke 1'arit Reserve over. Tha Con -
.-ervative Association teemed to think
tbatia delegation on the land ipiestion
was unnecessary as the throwing ol>-
ui of the lands was practically settled, sin e that date the lands in tbe
Golden Section of ihe Kailway Belt,
have been actually proclaimed.
NATIONAL I'ARK.
As regards tbe     Mount    Revel -teke.
National  Park  Reserve,  it  was  thought   hat the   government at Ottawa
might have Mr.  Forde or some other
uf th. u  own   i ium ers in B.C., make
i  .   i iport in r -. a.l 11 suitability or
ibe proposed park area,  instead      ol
raiting len  the proml ed Commie ion
• I   to come from Ottawa, thus -aving
a year.   Mr.  For.le was  mentioned be.
cause hi- already in  possession     oi
ol the topographical data      as
h    resull  of hit.'Investigations on be-
1 al     : the I'.  r. R, and the '.-oven;
'    n     ■  aid   10  water   supp.
AN   EXPLANATION.
There - erne I     •     havi     been -on.e
'ea ami ng th ■ Conservative   \
:i .     'ii '   tel ■ -ra::i   s -nt   by   lh I
.   '.  Trade ;o Mr. Ureen,       vvas
ighi   ii e.n . ui   n . iiebcr.     and
I'e ear.', tool
•   ol   ih dr  lnte ■I ■ -\   with   the
ho     As o iation,
ha of I
i TTAWA DEP1 T Vi'MX.
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: a,   and
ed to tb the   paj -
b        " -.   the Citj
meet    with
■•■'in.- io tho tightness       Id
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that     the
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T. Kilpatrick—The Golden lauds ar»
definitely proclaimed open.
President Hume—In v.cw ol these
nit r.il cireumstan.es, I think tbo
Poaid shuuld pas a resolution in regard to the delegation, either to send
mine or cut  lhu matter out.
A. .1. McDonell—I think in view of
the matters wbicb have cropped up it
might be we'll to hold our hands in
regard to the delegation.
W.ll. Horobin—Have the Revelstoke
Conservative Association anything definite about  tbe lands  in our district.
President Hume—They 'have nothing
for publication, but tbey seem to
■think the lands will i.e thiewn oper.
shortly.
W.M. Lnwrenc.—If the Conservative
Asfociaiion have taken up the matter
of the park, nivd we are almost sure
Con lining the lands, it does not seem
■tome that a dele ation c.mid nol do
much,    unle-'s    of    course tbey    could
I ring iho things to a climax sooner.
Meived,  seconded and  carried    unaii-
Imously—Thai the Secretary write to
Mi. R.F. Oreen, suggesting that the
government have one of their engine-
er* mike the report as regards Revelstoko National Park and that the
matter ol the delegation to Ottawa
previously decided upon, remain over
until such action i- deemed advisable
NEW MEMBERS.
Messrs. .1.1'. Fordo, Ed. Trimble. J.
Walker, I., riohyn were ballotted up
i n ami unanimously elected io mem-
i   ihi,'  of th    Hoard from dale.
\ ;eneral discussion of "Coo.I and
... : ire"' followed. Mr. C. B. Hume
Nought uii thc matter of appointing
a '.• retary to BUcceed Mr. MeVity, re
s.. ned, and the que t Ion of a pei man
• i.l  h a.l pi u t. rs.
Mi    Seruton was in favor of endeav
II ing  to  roll  the  - ■ r. tar, -hip oi    aU
al pul lie i o lie-,  iui h    as
B   Club,   I.e eld   of   Trade,     Ration   nnd   oth.'is,    iuto
"   .       ilgamatin)   i he salaries,
i'i    a   p -i maneni
.  Publicity office ou
Mi Ki n i.' avi nu ■. and thai ao
an ■.    . ound f
■ u   ' ii -d.    n ;    e-t  down to
.M .   T.     i.
:    .   cla
we are     ter, i no is  th        tl
d ho tourists
. rs mus D
n.   I  think     we
: h ■  Id   ce,r. , on  the  ioi
tei .1 in
.   it     Ban I and     oth r
ited io meet
to ni; I   drlv - and
i ther     in ■ their
at rival  here,   The     matters may    bo
hould
• ■ i ■ ■■ i hand
'I he il -eu sion died     awaj
Ion
PROPOa M.S.
v'    0   v.     vi d Wfl8  i
meml
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J. Pierpont Morgan Deal
Winnipeg,      Mar h
from Home stat.      ba   al   '  an
eeks, parttculai ol whi h
.in< carel illj com i ale I im the publi Mi .i Pierpont Mi r.-.m > i
■...I...   tl    | o'clock      ■       a.   New
\ ink  I
Swatting the Fly
Mai li 11 Mans •■ i li W.
er, ol the a.i hus River Lumbi i
. ompany, al I ie regular meeting of
tbe board of trade, brought forward
a plan lot making the common house
fly -ii. b a rarity la Ohase this summer ihat belore the   end of   the sea-
■on folks   Will   bc  display ing   llic.-      iu
oasei a ' surviving specimens ol
en almost extinct species.
The plan  is simple and  inexpensive.
It   re.nsi-t-  in sprinkling   With a weak
-olu'ion of   formaldehyde any   places
Hies are likely  c'e breed.    This
only  be  'lone after each     ram.
as   th"   treatment    la effective    fer
a dry weather.    The place   requiring the ii,.. n  Careful  attention are
,i e i nnd all places where animals
a ■   kept, garbage can-, etc.
I    Vr. Sawyer  -tated that on the   ad-
CANADIAN
PARTICIPATION
IN EXHIBIT
Through President D, C. Collior, ol
tbe Panama-California Exposition to
l.c held in f-'nn Diego, Cal., in 1915,
bhe Canadian government has been in-
\ited to participate in ihat celebration of the completion of the Panama
canal. Letters and memo dais were
addressed to His Royal Highness the
Duke of Connaught, Rt, Hon. R. 1..
Borden, the Canadian premier, Hon.
Martin Burrell, minister ol agriculture
lhe members ol parliament, and commercial organizations in Canada, embracing the invitation io participate.
The suggestion was made to the Can
adian officials that a collet ive exhibit of Canada's resources agricultural,
mining anil focestry—be made, dem -
oust rating to the homeseeker and in-
vt-stor the splendid opportunities awaiting tbem in Canada, particularly
in the Canadian Narihwe-t. The op-
i n ng of the canal is expected to dir-
i et to Hie Western coasts hundreds oi
thousands of desirable immigrants
from Europe, anl doubtless thous-
ands of these will sVek new homes in
the Canadian Northwest. As the San
Diego Exposition is d.signed to dir -
r-t these to places of greatest individual opportunity, lt is believed that
Canada would add greatly io the population development of the Northwes
tern provinces by a demonstration of
the wonderfully rich oppoitunities t-i
be found  there.
PORT OF
REVELSTOKE
REVENUES
Following is a comparative statement with monthly detail, of tho
Customs revenuo at l'on of Revel-
-toke (or the year ending March 31st.
1918, witb that of the year before. Th^
.a rease, $51,816.65, ib very gratifying
and is eloquent testimony to thc all-
round development ot the district, A
revenue of over a quarter million dol-
lara ihould be, In the able hands of
mir Dominion representative, RlF.
Oreen, Esq., M. P., a forceful argu-
ment in urging substantial appropria'
n    for  tbi-  city and distri:t:
YEAR  ENDING  1911-12.
April    llth   $&2j,189.52
April       $ 25,189.52
May       16.5&3.65
dun.'       lu,701.43
July      14,291.00
August        12,976.82
Septi m. • i           13,470. +7
October     13,397.41
November     23,765.28
Decern! er     21,221.16
January     15,70:.67
February      19.0G0.48
March      20,671.33
Total   1911-12  	
.1299,015.22
C. P. MEN
N BIG
INCREASE
VEAR  ENDING   1 '12-13
April      $ iy,0G4.83
May   34,181.90
June   1",862.79
du y     27,508.52
August     17,862.79
September   l9.«8H.r,2
October     18,871.02
Nievi mi er   2:i.2H.. 0
1 e ember  ;■ 11.■ *72 51
January   17,3)8.41
1-   bru uy        ..     .. 1:2.274."7
  :i,"2 k
Montreal,  March 30.—Following  no
.e.i iai inns thai have been in p
between a committee e.i ii.ee Brother'
hood of Locomotive Engineers, and
ihe Canadian Paeittc Railway since
January las:, an in rease iu wages
iiiii.ii.ii ing to l" per ent, has been
obtained by the engineer*1 employed
on  the  lini ;   • :   Cartli r.    IS
the agieemi at b;   .vhii "■ sched
uie will take ■''.'    ba   not yet     bi en
i a. 1.     .' 11 lin      the   settlement ot
warkin -
D lllll  eilty
11 ipated and within tt few days
ii is     thought
enti an houi  ...
. a   ih.'  C.P.R. rtiei
Foi 1   William  is al«o
ni. n in chat
rain    I   In ■
The wages of   ihe
, '   I    IIM lie
will   remain   1:1:
The ;,,.
is the   ■
ci s in a   pai
ued lo the   ■■
which    . it,
. n even great r
lie of tb
an   ill' '
ed on the th
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a. 13 ...
1'i'i 12  ...
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.330.87
. 2 U.015.32
Incre ise     .'. '.1 '.
How I .  , :  .-. I
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Dr.    Scntehard,     tbi
In nlth '.iii.  1. he hn I     ast yeai    u ed
ai '   '.inlil 1.1  na 1 aldi byde
1   tl    loggin   cam     011   Ida n   1 Ivor
'.'•nii    ■ ■ 1 < 11   ■   ul      Whereas In pre-
vi..11    years  the nun bad  -iillere I Irom
I ' nl ry and typhoid lasl year thee
.amps    were free fnnn stub disease 1,
He    believed    thai   1 xpciiditure   ,e[
twenty flve dollars In the town
would k.cp it free frnm flies during
the entire summer, 1
A  milli   oiinmn of formaldehyde   i
1.nt  poisonous, ami what accidentally
falls   on   gra--   01     plants     will      not
make them injurious to    animal-. The
ul.stan.-e Is often    used    to disinfei 1
milk,   with  no harmful   results except
in  infant  . I
1
The board directed the secretary to
confer with Dr. Seatohard and ask
bim    to Bee how fan   the   provincial
board Of health woul 1 co-operate in
a   war  of  extermination  again-1   Hies '
■HALCYJN
Mr . Boj d San Fran
. t  sri ek   .. Hnd tbi
of gin''' ,  the capacitj   ol   I b     boti I
bein • 1 ixed to il 'ine'-   t..
modate ihem.   Her   ister-in-law, Mr-,
drab mi, ha 1  agreed tn say  ,
week tn help with the work.
Mi. James Black, Van ouver, arriv-
i d on Wednesday la t,
Mr. A. F. Neii'benei, Grand   Forks,
is here with a severe ati ick of s-ia -
lica.
Mr. A.G. Nock, Nelson, came up on
Saturday, and left  Monday witb Mr-
Nock, wbo  has  been here  siace before
the burning of their beautiful home in
the  end  of  February.   Tbey  ar"  pre' •
paring to rebuild.
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Nl ITICE
A1    cl   t'..-e-  1 '.  ads  iii'l-: POS-
itivi ly     be    handed into  this
•   ■ .   ■ -.a n ng    in
irdei     that, the ■ bange shall
tr in Wednesday's
and any -Iiiii .• - Inti nded (or
Saturday's issui must he
h md.-d m not I at.'i than
Thursday • venhlj 1 I ea'b
w.-ek. Bu-ine-s meu please
note of th   above.
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THE MAIL-HERALD,REVELSTOKE
WKUNISSDAY, APRIL 2nd, 1913
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DO YOU WANT A HOMESITE?
We have some splendid buys on our list
at the present time.
SO Feet,   north   side Fifth   Street,   between   McKenzie and Orton Avenues    $2,000
Double Corner, South-East Eighth Street and Orton
Avenues    $1,000
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
JOHN I). SIBBALD, PRBS, J. I). SIBBALD, Jit., Sue.
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Good Advertising
Under tbe Pope's iliro.'tions preparations bave been begun Ior the build-
in/  ol  bis  tomb.   It is  the drsire    ot
A most unusual si^bt luis been wit-
i.essi'il recently  Id the vicinity of Yuhk
East    Koolt nny,  herds ol white-tailed
deer to lhe number ol live hundred or  bis holiness to be buried in the
more  Iiiiui seen frequently  upon    tbe  of St, Peter's.
mountainside.
Is Never found Except In Conjunction with       <**       <S&
i-i-ypt
Good Printing
l    Every sample of butter which      bus
The redistribution bill  of  1918   will Uvn tested so fai'     by  the Dominion
give Alberta, after the noxt provincial government analyst of those Hint wem
election,  Gfty-s'ix members,  instead of eiized in Saskatoon and sent down to
ueiiy.eiu'. as nt present,     In, An- new Ottawa by Inspector    Davlus,     have
House there    will I.e lifty-llve       ion- teen adulterated.
stun n-ii'', ns compared with    thirty
inn.' ai  present.
i c oming  plentiful
EARLY SPRING GOODS
Consisting of every conceivable size and make of
Hats, Gloves, Shoes and Underwear; als'i a mosl
extensive stock "I  Neckiies of every shade and
style.
UY have also a specially fine assortment of samples
for our Spring Clothing Order Departmeet-
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Fit-Reform Clothing Stetson N.its Foot-Rite Shoes
Mclntyre //of ^Selling
out in lhe Cm eery line, but hereby solicits your orders
and promise good service.        .      .      .       TRY US
John Mclntyre & Son
First Street.
Telephone No.   93
SWIFT'S
-»wrrr-ry r ---nf ,Tir^"m:.-»M»uaim     lllll
Bioo:i tind Bone
FERTILIZERS
and Lay More
Poultry Foods
ijiinii nr
l ii.; i.nki', wh i'i' Mr. Gueiusey let
on o 11 birds loose i wo years ayo.
ays ib • l'ml icton Herald. They havo
Increas il in al oul LBO and are i speet-
ed to tal LOOO birds by ibe end ot this
year. Ra i\.era are highly pl asivl
wiib tho success ut ilie experiment,
us the birds food principally on weeds
and ms cis thai  do ilu na ,e 11     the
flllit.   tl s.
Tin. newly formed Italian Trans-
Aerial Society has undertaken io build
a largo number of aeroplanes lor tho
fta'ian army. Wiih ibe $600,000 subscribed .luring Ihe Libyan war for aec
oplane um-truciion, ibis will provide
Un about 200 acroplan b. Tho flrst
flotilla ni seven aeroplanes will be delivered to lhe £0.ernment March 15.
Seven monopl. n - and 16 biplanes are
io be delivered in  April.
Shade tr i w i.'i w.ll be supplied
lie in Nelson clti ens desiring to impi ove their property by making boule
vards. In li.aieii; the grant for the
nurchas of I I. tn which have' been
eei-.li'e.i ih. iit. . oiin.il made it a con
di ion tha all the ir.es should be
planted under the supervision of the
e ity engineer, so thai ihey would bo
ii uniform di tance from the lot Una
nn i oth 'i «ise , in • ly -ci out. Por
this i .son, wllh . .ii h appli a on,
.. i , . .■ :, re arJing
ili ■ ii .ei. the lot number lbe -i/e of
thu i.ei ii.d the variety ol tre ■ re -
'; ... . nd h.i ,e b en ordered
• or.vnj Dtain ash. It
ou-jhi       :       ovarii 11 show
a . a     :i plan ed     all ir
I   ill,  St ( Hair
dl .!  .it   ihe
-i      ol
Hu
b : ; Ii
it lms been announced ilini  (be re-
i nai ."ii of    Lord   Riverstone,     the
near   Lord Ohief   fustice, will bo made public before the next sitting nl tho law
.oui is on April  1.   it is said  < but hia
.....   t>i-  will  bo Sir  Kiifus  Isaacs.
Despatches la-t Saturday told of tbo
ilrtual annihilation oi a small column
ol French troops by Arabs in lho Aile-
i.ir region of tho western Sahara. A
i ody of LOOO of tho Intractable Borbor
iribe of Awelltod Bwooped down and
nm loun.led the Prenoh detachment,
which was marching through tho shilt
ng ami- ol the desert ahout three
.iny's journoy from Timbuktu, tho
Fi n li military station. Alter a Eight
listing ll" ''a>'> 'he French Iroops
w re overcome Their commander,
Lieut. Martin, and four s'ergeants were
Hid, togcthiT with forty-three nat-
U.e   troopers.   A  few   troopers  eccap-
■.! on lack horses and broughl tha
i . io headquarters in Thnbukto.
Ihey iie.'lar.'.I thai the Arabs suflered
ti mendous losses before tho ammunition ' f the French troops was exhaust
...1 in ibe fight.
1 If Yon Want Your Ideas
Expressed as they should be—
Clearly, Forcefully and Attractively   Consult the
Mail-Herald
Job
Department
Designs, Suggestions and Eati'
mates free.
Posters, Catalogues, Folders,
Circulars and all advertising
print our Specialty.
Mail'Herald Prices are
Jilways Reasonable
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Orderlies     whi li    is odoilcss,
tasteless  and  colorle3s  is a co.npr.ra -
tivi ly   n. w  dl icovi rj.   Combined with
ilbcr  extremely  valuable  itiii' dienti,
it forms a perfect bowel regulator, in
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'l iiiderli - aro eal in  like    in ly
a I ar ■ nota 1      to '   ib iir a.-r   a 1 ■•■
■ i thi   palate and ^cn le-noss     of
tion.   They do not  :ause gtiplng or
ny  di efl ci   o '    in ionven -
i nlike   uh ir | reparations ;o.' a like
.•    s '.   they do nol   create  a  hal it,
.    ;   td, thej   i i  to ne'e rcome tbu
e.f hal i:   ue |ltil   i   th e u -b    tin
..    ordinary laxative    .-.itliartics,
an '. permanently re-
■ .e      n   ipation or lr-
I owel a tion.
\    ir     "iiey wit'.iout
they do no   lo as we    iy
.   23c.  mid 10c —
or —The  Rexall
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KURT GEORGE, the new payroll
uty; openings for business and pro-
fcfsicmal men of nil kinds; also car -
renters, builders', bricklayers, brickyards, sawmills, lumber yards, sash
and door factories, an,l every kind of
i usiness. One lain Ired million dol -
h.rs will be ilistriluiled in the next
lour years by fourrailways now under
onsti uilion to Kort Qeorge, wbich
Ins been selected as tlie main i ay roi I
e i ntre and the location of main pas-
dinger divisions a;.d  terminals   whore
hops ;.n;l manufacturing plants will
Ic located. Eleven railways arc build
ing or projected io Fort Qeorge which
wlll hei the distributing point and
centre of one hundred million acres of
i'e Ii agricultural, timber, mineral and
11 ..il lands In Central Northern Ji' ii ish
Columbin an.l tbe Peace river ill trict
t ne thousand miles ol navigable wat-
erways on which Beven steamboats are
already plying from Fori George! —
( heap electric power and cheat) coal.
School, churches, hospital, puhlii ball
waterworks, and all conveniences.
Thousands "f constru tion men now
i n tb • groun I. You i an s cure a
business opening now. Don't ilelny.—
i ■ ii ial Information given freo—Natur-
I   Re einr es  Sc: ii ity  C mi] any, I.id.
1 .''ni Own -i an 1 Sole Agents for
Fori Cm .1' 'in ii Ite . E lmonton,
Alta . 403 101 Wo er R in- lilk.i. Fort
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'RASER
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The offlrers of lhe Risley team were
announn-.l last week. The command-
in; oiiiri-r will be Colonel Duff-Stuart
Sixth D.O.O.R., Vancouver, and the
Adjutant-Captain it.B. Slmond, Sixth
1 .. i., Halifax. The members of thn
i ,i a will not be decided upon lill the
i ist of May. They probably will sail
June  27.
ESmSBi'..
Write for P.
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MA A.   HT.K.M)   TEA"
Pries, 35c, 40c. and 50c. p sr Ib.
:;. W. BELL
P. O    Box 208
GIOT.R  A BAKErt
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Phono No. 2j
THE   MOLSONS BANK
INOORPORATBO  1855
Record of Progress for Five Years -1906-1911
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Capital       ....        J 8,000,000      8 1,000.000
Reserve  0.000
Deposits      ....        23,677,730
Loans antl Investments -       27.457,090
Total Assets        -      -      -        33,090,192
Has 83 Branches in Cnnnda. anil Agents and Correspondents In all
the Principal Cities in the World.
A r.i NVP/lL  BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS  BANK  DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Interest allowed at highest current rate.
Revelstoke Branch. W. H. PRATT, Manager
0,000
35,042,31]
38,854,80]
48,2:57,284
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in.  Vr cdm .: a.  ,!   a , |    „,,.
made   mj   ror.n   I   to hs      the others
i rcluded,
It mcuns cement of the higtiMl possible quality.
■ii ins cen rni tested by experts whose authority is final at all our milli.
ii cement acknowledged by engineers, architects and hundreds of thousands
of farmers to fulfil every requirement of scienlific.illy made Portland cement.
I mean nl lh.it is absolutely reliable, whether used for a great bridge or
. uir watering trough.    You can use
Canada Cement
ta confidence thnt your concrete (work will be thoroughly •atiafactory,
i h    - tliiii confidence In the cement you use, bemuse you have not the
ee /of tea ting ita quelidet, auch aiareatthedtaposal of the engineers in charge of
itrai ting y>\*n.
fin*    ri know fhnt when cement hei pnaaerl the teata made upon it at Canada
t m 11 . if v/ill peel all tlicir teata.
ArM thii Mine I emenl ia Bold tO y>u for your ailo, ymir fnimrlntionn, your feeding-floor,
four milk'houie oi your ivatering*trougn<
Uaed acCArdioe (" tha directfooi Ifl our freebooli  "What ih« Knrmrr c*n tlo wiih Concrete," Canada
u Fa     to viva aa) *(»' tory rMUIti     Wnif f« the book    li not only tella you how to mix
a.l    i wi'l n'< i iij/ueil ume, ol u»r> for it on ynur firm,  every one ol them valuable
I i taking ioi iKe bo< '<. rou do nol iai nr the lUghtoal ohIinaiion.
Thore ia   a   Canada C»rnent Dealer in Your Neighborhood
Addftttl i'txtmrri   In form titinn Hurrau
anada  Cement  Company   Limited,   Montreal WEDNESDAY, APRIL Bnd, 1913
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGE THREE
There is Now a Market
FOR REVELSTOKE PROPERTY
<*M««Maa1>Wa>aM»aaa»a>a<aa>>ajae*«a«i^      »      I MB^MMB^aaMI
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. K. COLE, Manager.    Local Agency American Casualty Co.
v^.
CANADIAN
VltW OF
Dominion Revenue
The revenue of the Dominion for thi)
MiKCal  year wbicb  closed on     Monday
nFRATES last wi" Ih' olose io *l",,'uo0'000' ,ii»
1/L.UfA I l-\J   inci-e ce  of approximately  $28,000,000
| over the revenue ol the preceding
y.ar. The lotal expenditure for tho
year is estimated al between $168,000-
C'ilO and 1.1 .immi,oimi. leaving u surplus
of b'ome $16,000,000 over all expenditures. The Steady K'owing revenue
under ibL. Fielding tarifl will probably
i liable Hon. W.  T.  White lo    present
Thc Revelstoke Boot, Shoe and Harness
Repairing Department
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
MAKERS   OF    FINE    WELT    SHOES
The style, the workmanship and wear
Antl comfort born of every pair;
Of 20th Century welts that's sold
Will draw new trade, and hold the old.
Children's Shoes
Another shipment to hand of lho above line
which includes an Al assortment. All sizes,
pretty shapes, all prices. The makers of these
nd behind every pair with a guarantee
of their durability.
MRS. A.. 6. CRICK,   -   FiRSl STRf[T
I Tvion   Hotel
JUST NEWLY RKPAIKliU
RATES,
$1.50 PER DAY
i.. , !.        Meal '. foi $6.00
FIRST STRTCKT, REVKLSTOKF,, B. C,
A   I'. I.li\   5SQUK,  '
. Props. First Street. Revelstoke, B. C.
indoor Hotel Restaurant
The  "Secessionists"  anil   "Separatists" have .-Inn their last holt In do-
I liberate and senseless obstruction    l>y
I precipitating     the     mosl   disgraceful
scone user witnessed in the annals   of
| the Canadian. Parliament. They   have
'shown the desperate straits In whicli
1 th..y are ])l;i «vl  by substituting anarchy for argument, disorder for iliscus-
Ision,   violence  ami   vituperation      for
ditrniiy   nml  i.r.Icr,   and  they     stantl
! branded In the public estimation as a
set of men incapable of realising     ihe
[■duty ihat Canada owes to tbc Mother
land.
lt is difficult io ei nceivo how a once
great political party could so lose
sight ul ii> immediate duly. Laurier
cut th" throat if ilie Liberal party
with the kni,' of reciprocity. Now he
is gaily proceeding to carve up the
corpse with the knife of separation,
and independence. By the time Laur-
iir gets through with the remains,
there will not lie enough left for de -
cent burial at lhn hands of the Cun-
adi in people.
No will;-., n.liu..- ih> violent cIToi-ts
ol the Liberals In the House of Com
nions lo leloci the naval bill, the
government is Setermined lhat il
shall he put through as speedily as
possible. Dire t notice has he..a served on lauiier ind his followers, by
Premier Borden lhat th- King's governmenl must be carried on, nnd pub
lie business ir.ui acted. And tti<• go>'-
ein mm of ( anada is taking steps to
see ihat the wheels or progress ure no
Ion.it stayed by a band o! irrespons •
■ibli's in Parliament who arc aided and
iibett'd by a group ol ex-cabinet ministers, rejected i.y ihe people in Bep-
i.ini. r,   1911,
'I he I o !• n o.m r menl has a duty
' to perform, and that is to govern. —
That it h.i- no intention of giving to
'the opposition is-ure and 't'rtain. it
. wi I to a out its iask quietly, an I
i wiih lhc conffden e that th? people of
j i .i is la chi .1  it .n its endeavor
in give hoiwsl sane administration.
The ii. lit cf Laurier and bin bench-
in n a .i n Bi I ish connection, thc
til ' li . l . .n In i of l a.ling mem -
hers ofthe party n defying ihe au-
pra'<ei :n Pai liara nt
and m i .in is proceedings a fnree,
1 .      ti ou    ' IIn   a opie of Cana ta to
111.      Tlle   	
I le ol this   ountrj  an   British to the
core.   Laurier found that  out in     tho
ei ro. itj      11:    le.   i.    will
-  be   ■ ' i in no haltin   mann r when the
■
'    Bai    .i.  idol.     The p, opl ■
■ •   turnin -     ., ■
a n ■  '■ ■ i.      h o use for     a
\n I   I.i.ui i r  was  b a-
■ icula
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I   rland.
next month a budge I statement show
ing another record surplus of revenue
over all  ordinary expenditure.
Forty years In use, 20 years
the standard, prescribed and
recommended by physicians.
For Women's Ailments, Doctor
Martci's Female Pills, at your
druggist.
Canada has jusi gained a world-wide
renown for Its oats', the growers of
Ibis prize winning cereal being J. C
I,ill & Suns, LloydmlUBlor, Sask.,
who have been awarded the Colorado
trophy, for the best bushel of oats
•hown at the Naiioiial Corn Exposition held in Columbia, S. C. This
prize ol $1,000 was open for the whole
North American continent.
CITV CIRCULATION
A6ENT
A:
Of loaning   Montreal  Daily
tnjorsis GIN  PILLS
IVE lung yeai a of
suffering from
Kidney Trouble—
two boxc3 of GIN
IM.I.S —ami it's
nil g ne, 'll-.it hns
been i he experience
ni Mr. Bilgeue
i im r.i I.Chii t City
t in illation Agent
of I.i l'ntrie, of
Montreal.       He
describes   it
.:    v   [,    ingly:
Me.litre.I.
May 31 !, 1^12
1 lune been suffering Irom liiduey
T    .■■■ Ioi   i.r   ii. ^ long  years,   I
h .1 ;: ■ is:n in all my bones
1 not sleep ni ;hts ami
11 ■  ui  -  1:1s could hardly walk.
1 li i.l Ij 1 :i 1 some ' f our  !••■ t
.   •,. ; . iut relit I iii'.'l I lost
. ; mn Is.    1 (ne day I  met
: : ■ u'.itij; ho 11 keepers, wlio
I  1 y  your famous t'. N
i til 111   to try tin 111.
t my drug]
■ : ■ n   box 1 felt a
ore   1   finished   the
: iv es 1   ni| letely cured.
■.  .1 I   1  111 '..i.r.lly believe
I t.i*]   known what I know
p  lit ov er (Inc
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they conqili r the
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.': ■ ible.
Sample free
tn 11 hi mii al
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European Flan
Open P       ..Night. - Meal Tickets, $6.00
MONTHLY BOARD
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See
the
Prices
SALE of DISHES
See
the
Prites
Pontraciva Silver-Grey   stock patterns
Cups C& Saucers Regular $3.00 Doz. This week $2.15
8 in.   Plates 3.00
6 in.        " "           2.50
5 in. "           2.00
7in. Large Soups 2.50
Oatmeals 2.00
Fruit Saucers 1.50
Gravy Boats .65
Cream Jugs .50
Covered Sugars "             .75
Vegetable Dishes '            1.50
Water Jugs
2.10
1.55
1.00
1.70
1.25
.90
.45
.30
.55
1.15
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91'-piece Set of Above, Regular $22 50,  This Week.  $14.50
These Dishes are Semi-Porcelain,  and   the   pattern   is
guaranteed not to rub off.
SEE   OUR   CENTER   WINDOW
Revelstoke Hardware Company, Ltd.
Dealers in Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Painis, Oils, i^.c.
Agents for Minerva Paints and Oxford Ranges.
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<& Announcement ^c     6
We are now showing the Spring and  Summe.
models of
♦ *
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CLOTHES.
Our position is unique.    We are Specialits.   We
devote our entire entire energies to the outf: I
of young and progressive, mature men.
We handle the better grades of merchandise :
Q this class of trade and aim to t
P is refined and courteous.    See I
O them on. and you will be a-   ■
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THE MAIL-HERALD,REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2nd, 1913
FREI
April Ist, 1913
We are inaugurating a new system in
our business which is going to benefit
cash customers.
WORTH YOUR  WHILE
to pay cash and *?et a discount on your
purchases of . .
IO Per Cent.
New Goods.   SMew Display
THIS  SPECIAL  OFFEI*
For every dollar spent we will give you
a 25c Bottle of Furniture Polish. Just
what you want for houso cleaning time.
All  Goods Marked  in   Plain   Figures
<»i<i*»w t.%*   **at»nM.-a, aiMMiail .•_.   f. *— >ui. ,.   . in."t»ii mi mf
WATCH IHE MAIL-HERALD ADS
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1 n; same. In other portions of tho
Kuoti'iiuyi, ibis settlement of nuw-
loniii's onto purchasable lands is re-
e,.iii ml rinliLly, us iho most important aspect of any plans for securing
settlers; it in years tor instance since
ihere wero aay available govei nmenl
laiiil-e in the viciniiy of certain cent-
ins 1'ii-ily named, yet thoro has beon
a e unguent tndux ol agriculturalists,
who have, purchased from previous set
tiers, and done yeoman work alike,
in assisting with ibe' rapid clearing of
llir lands, ,uid in Increasing existing
lvalues mid placing same upon a moro
pi'i'iieaii nt i asis.
There  is no  doubt   in  our   mind that
a     considerable     number of    settlers
■ eould   bo Secured  for  this   district,     if
1 Publi ity  eilorts  were  directed   along
tlgtil  channels and  kept in  i-Iohp louch
weih   ibe'   v,il.I  laid  owners  and  real
' ostale brok ns ol  the distriot.
In .um rs who absoluiilv insisted up
in cheap govtrnmenl lands, should
meantime be registered and kept track
ii., i.nd as i >i,i as our lands are av -
a,lal,I.: ihosc peo] lo mi.-lit be ciivul-
urisi d on  ih ■ follow mi system.
During lhe past live >Ciie-, as the
result ni s;.en i.n/ thousands of dol-
lars on adverting, issuing pamph-
I is, ri... the secretaries of our various im. li" leo.ii.'s have receive.] ac-
lordlng in their own figures hundreds
ui letters inquiring for l.nds. Wi-lake
it that all thii'- inquiries have been
carefully filed away, pi iperly indexed
• I. thai when the lands are thiown
ul'in. prospective ret I er can be clr-
I'lLari-'d regarding the fa t an 1 further
indm en . nts i !■ ..',. i .1 to i lie i n to
ii.,1.. and I. ."o a non il us. li ibi<
course ha- nol bem adopted, ihen ev-
i a ... ' ii our lands are ihro ■'•" open,
our pi \ in is ., ie. •• sing has been
wasted, anl tb • in iuiri >... . ,<, ei. ing
win Ii sin e • i v. im etai ir • have spoil n .ii -u. b glowing terms, have e.iin-
I ly diopped into o i nui, and i-iu
i ■■■;' if ...an. use, representing noth
..i - i.m wasted eli'ort.
'i h i Boai i ..; Tin le is a bu ini     br-
l    ni  .'ei i   li,    i    is Ci a lucting   a        li.ail
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t'.al     not cn- ol   Is  me   I ers     would
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and following d     t; .
Our
Millinery   Opening
for 1913
MI53 CALL, who lm ji3t ratnrneJ fromEutern
Mirket*, his viaiced thi different Wholesale
Millinery Openings in Toronto, Chicago and Winnipeg.
You  can depend upon   the very   Latest  Spring
Styles for 1913.
«N
SID & YOUNG
'    ihsin;  'iie
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SALE
Gr-rgains in tho Okanagan
i
We are leaving for ib.' Coast,    and
.'.ill  sell    our      [•';iini    Properties and
,;, odt Cheap lor cmick Cash Sale.
TEAM—Weight    about    1100 pounds
.i.li,   used   in city  and  country  work,
■ ain  I  to    i iml  wiilioui   lying, Wag- '
. n,   Mower,  Sleighs,    Logging Tongs,
. . in     hai a -   . ii.   'I he Bunch    ior
i, or will S"U separately.     Actual
! .• of this outfit i- $425.
Our Agency anu Stock
of Incandescent L.tmps
A brisk little   MAIL ORDER   LOCAL
i'AV. VSSING   BUSINESS,    the
ji ai'  uniii I;  nm ii in your ho  city
, at ■ .. I, ei .• Ti ri itory, I. VRGB
PROF1TB; Investigate. Catalog and
1 an ii-ulni    oi   api ileal ion. Price $200,
Farm Properties
18       , ■       Soil,    Clay   Loam,  one-
RIN KI!   FRON 1' Four
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Large CONCRETE
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BOURNE BROS., LIMITED
First Street, Revelstoke,  Tel.  No. 22
Choice Groceries,   Fruit,    Vegetables
Hay, Feed and Poultry Supplies
Heating Stoves
Kootenay Ranges
Saskalta Ranges
Sunshine Furnaces
Hardware and  Sporting Goods
We are i ffering good discounts off all Crockery,
Glass and Silverware during this month.
BOURNE BROS, LIMITED
te
First St, Revelstoke.    Telephone No. 22
Plumbing Heating Tinsmithing
Special Attention I
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The Newcombe Piano Ca.
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MoKi Revi    lnke, H. C.
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Phone. 202
8m»im*om
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the throat anJ luiffs*
SJ cents.
SMYTHES
Plymouth Rocks
B/ RRED    ROCKS  	
Exhibition  Strain   $5.00
PARTRIDGE   ROCKS 	
Exhll ition   Strain    15.00
WHITE   ROCKS 	
Exhibition   Strain    *3.00
BUFF   ROCKS 	
Exhibition    Strain  $3.00
Second Pen Barred Rocks $3.00
(Per Setting of 15 Eggs)
My Dam-.I White Hull Rock- have won
wherever     shown   at both Provincial
I...W    I   won    Sit  Prizes       :       :       4
STOCK FOR SALE.
ROY SMYTHE
REVELSTOKE -WEDNESDAY, APRTL 2nd, 1913
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGE FIVB
All During March There
Wi.l be Plenty of Bargains Displayed in This
Store, Watch for Them
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. £. /fame # Co., limited
Watch Our Windows for
Special Lines and Bargains During March and
Look at Price Tickets.
Hair Ornaments
New Lot of Ladies' and    Ohlldreu'd
and Hair Combs and Barettea   at  ....
Hair   Ornaments,
 10c to S5.00
Ladies' Undergarments
Ladies1 New Sprint: ITroder Garments, in Fine Cotton,
,ind Lisle Knit Hood .. Wc have a Sre-ial just now,
all sizes. Poron-' or Areo Knil Vests at Three for ONE
DOLLAR, or eaoh  35c
Children's Wash Dresses
A I.oi of (hilli--' Wii-'i llr.K-MM have ionic our way at
a price wc can give yoi a real Bargain in these, Thry
ar,. ., lot of German a id French Made Dresses to tit
Children One to Five y.-.-us. Vou know Ihe good wai-h-
ai: klnel we always s-'.l. Tli y were assorted prii-es up
...   $2.00.   "Vour  .-hoice if  ili.■ lot ai  each   90'-
Sewiny Cottons
Wc always  sell   Standi d   Sewing    Cotton   at Six  200
Yard  Spools for 25c. or Per Dozen  50.-
Best Friday Bargain Yet
100 Fine Middy and Sailor Blouses and
Waists for Misses and Ladies. They are
worth $1.75 and $2.00 apiece. Take a
look at them in the window and get
your share of the plunder	
Friday at Each One Dollar
New Lot of Embroidery
New I.ol oi Embroidery Threads, Roman Silk Floss,
Colored 1). M. O., Whiiu D. M. C, Whit.; Peri Lu-ta,
Colored Cotton Pirle New Linens and Scrim- for Embroidery   work.
Royal Society Embroidery
Uoyal Society Kinhro .1. i y \v..ik in Packages. By a
Lucky purchase we have eome into possession of a
quantity of this Beautiful Fancy Work In Packages.
Some in Colored Won on I.iimi. such us Centre Pieces,
Cushions, Drapes, Et-.. and others are White Work on
White Materials, sii.-h as Caps, -hi.-Ids, Coats, Ladies'
Night downs, Corset Covers, Etc Kach Package contains nn Article stain..i el in Designs and enough threads
to complete, with instiuctions. We have already sold
a lot of ihese and th y are giving entire satisfaction.
You ean huy them at the same price here a-' in Chi< .igo
and    New York    35c.    to  $1.25
Scotch Gingham
New Lot of Scote-h Ginghams, rlghi from the "Old
Country." The Fam us Washwell brand, full 3 o.wMe.
An immense assortment of lovely tint- and colorings,
l.inili.n Greens, Cadetl lue, Salmon Pink Ifalc Hlue.
Heather  Browns, at  15c.
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Furnishing Department
£2
V* ■'.'').-•).' JS     'Jo'      'Jo'       'Jo'      '.'.' Jo'       ').'      'Jo'      'Jo'      'Jo'      'Joto
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"* WERE'S another three-button  Style  for
Spring that exhibits refinement, style
and good taste.
Tlie fact  that it is the 20th Century Brand
is a  full  guarantee that it is finely tailored
and will give satisfaction.
SEE    OUR    LINE     OF    BLUES   AND
BLACKS IN THIS MODEL
Prices, $22 to $30.00
We Are Exclusive exigents.
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CHRISTY'S  HATS
The real new ones in soft and stiff hats—nothing
extreme, but up to lhe minute. Not only can we
fit any sized hoad, but we can suit any face and
send our customers away satisfied. Let us show
you the new wide brimmed stiff hats from $3.00 to
$5.00 and the nobby sofl I ats, all colors, from...
$2.75 to $5.00 Each
We are Sole Agents for the City
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Our Grocery and Crockery- Department
Pure Clover Honey
Pure Clover Honey
Five Pound Tin"   $1.35
Senilis     85    .Dt-
Uottle-;    2i5e., 35c. and 40   en -
Combs 	
A Fresh Assortment of
MARMALADES
OroM and nln'kwills 7 and 4 round Tins.
i'ios   ami  Blaokwalli lnnd 2 Pound Olaii Jars.
Kellli rs 7 and 4 Pound Tin-.
Keillors 1 1'ound Qlasl .Jar*.
Roi Brtioni "i, I ami 2 Pound. Tina.
ciiivciB Orange, Fig ami lrf'mon in mass J.irr
Robert ous  Tangerine, Pineapple, dinger in glass  jars
Try Our Canned
Fruits
In heavy syrup, straw!-.Tries, Raspberries, Cher-
rii . Green Gage Plums, Lonbard Plums, Peaches and
PearB, in  2 Pound Tins.
Pie Fruits in Gallon Tins— Pumpkin, Peaches,
Pears, Rhubarb and Plums.
Evaporated Fruits
N. w  and  Fre-b  Peach*, Pcau,  Apples,  Figs and
Piuncs
? Specials For Friday and Saturday |
Post Toasties 3 Packages for 25c
Corn  Syrup Per Tin.   15c
Sardines 3 Tins, 25c
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House Furnishing Department
Reduction Sale on Carpet .Squares still on. Do not watt but buy now.
VER.ANDAH SCREENS—Something everyone requires. They will
keep out the sun and at the same time lei the air in. We have them in all
Si/.es and colors.
WALL PAPER We carry a complete stuck and can please every taste.
We also handle Beds, Mattresses, Comforters. Pillows, Curtain Shades, Curtain Rods, Linoleum, Carpet Sweepers.   Goods and Prices are Right. PAGE SIX
THE MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2nd, 1913
1
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«[«|»i«!»i»l«»l«l«!«'«;-i->:-;'»l«i«l''
P. BURNS & CO., Limited
OYSTERS, SPRING CHICKENS
IMPERATOR AND SHAMROCK
HAMS   AND BACON   a Specialty.
P. BURNS & GO., Limited
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DISTINCTIVE CUT GLASS
,
Vases, Bowls, Comports,
Manufactured by "Libby"
BE NOT DECEIVED
J". GTO"X~ B^a.HBEE,
C. P. R. WATCH INSPECTOR
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros.
Props.
First-Class in all
respects.
All Modern
Conveniences
RATES. $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Rates
REVELSTOKE. B. C,
IU.
. . . It Mi?tit Be Cold ■ .
BTJT
It is always hot in the plunge at Halcyon Hot Springs,
whose natural hot medicinal waters are the mosl wonderful health restorer on the Continent. Our record of cures
of rheumatism and other chronic complaints is unequalled
and verified by our gratified patrons. Local id among the
greatest scenery of Ca ada e iccess,   the Sanitar
ium is li Jy fitted   and   finished   for  comfort  and
convenience -ts.
Haleyoo fist Springs Sanitarium
Wm. BOY?, Ptoprictor.  •      -        Halcyon. Arrow Lakes
FORESTRY
DEPARTMENT
WARNING
In bho past year according to lhe
statement of the Chief Forester, ovei'
twenty per ccni of tho lires which iho
fon'-1 rangers had to tight were oaus-
od by campers, j
The list, which appears iu ihe unnuul report of the Forest Branch,
shows that tires originated as follows
Campars   38
Huilwuy  locomotives  34
Lightning   23
Donkey Engines   it
Huilwuy  Construction   H
Public rom construction     9
Uncontrolled  permit  lires      8
Smokers     7
Accidents    6
Lodging  Railways      6
Prospectors      3
Indians     3
How muny of the 188 tires of whi'.-h
tli.' causes are still unknown were
the resull of an un tended camp Ure
is open to surmise, but us in most of
ihe other risks such us railway and
road construction, and logging opera-
lions the' existence 01 fire is ut once
known, the camper may bo jii^My hell
to account fi.r ,1 very large proper -
tion of the season's conflagrations.
Mti in ;ent regulations haw heen pas-
sed by lhc Board of Huilwuy Commls
sioneiv of Canada to cover the risk
of new railroads under construction in
tin- province, ihe patrol has been
doubled on lhe rights of way, and
every possible' precaution urged upon
logging operations. The Forest Uran-
ch is md.'uvoiing lo co operute in
every wuy with those who huve work
to perform which is attended wiih
danger to the forest. But the great-
est danger of -all—tin . of the man
who is careless wiih his camp fire,
still remains 0] ■ n, and It ean 1 e   re-
 ved 1 nly ley increased wat hfuluess
on the part of every individual who
uses the wood   for pleasure or   profit
This year ihe offle is of lhe Forest
1 I   .:  harder season    ihun
ever before. The very conditions of
dampncs      and     consequent     heavy
n of gras    and we .1    made   the
yeur   1912   one  of  the   best   in   thehis-
lor;   "   1      province   rom the stand-
■     tion,  will  . o'uhino
hazard this com-
$dh   dl>    db      <jt»
4t <j£ dfr di*   dS
W vJP W  «►
,,tf"!:i.-: ..mul.
MONEV PAID FOR A POLICY
ol life insurance if an investment ev ry man with a conscience should make. No one
has n li.lit to leave his widow
and ehilil:en penniless for the
lack of a little foiethoufiht br
self-denial.
TELL    US    YOUR    AGE
anil we'll tell JOU the cost of
various f.inus of life insurance
in one of the '>est companies in
the world.
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, Ltd.
A. !■'.. Kincaid, Manager.
YOU WANT TO
BUY OR SELL :
LAND
A HOUSE
A BUSINESS
FURNITURE, &c.
We can help you !
Just advertise in the
REVELSTOKE MAIL-HERALD
Tin- exclusive advertising
medium for this district.
Everybody will sec your advertisement and the cost is only
10c. Line    Minimum Charge, 2Dc
V J
BEWS   1JRTG  STORE
ft
Brownie's $1 to $4.00
Folding Brownie's       $5 to $12
Kodaks $ioto$G5
Winter or Summer
You Can Kodak
BEWS
The
Store
REDUCTION IN ELECTRICAL FIXTURES
Are you wanting any Electrical Work Done ?
If so, call at the Revelstoke Plumbing C®>
Sheet   Metal  Co.'s Store, Connaught Avenue.
A. G. DUCK
ELECTRIC   SUPPLY   STORE
Phone 281
Night l'hone in
!'.  0.   H..S-   I:'
W.   H.   WALLACE,   M. 11.C.S.A.
ARCHITECT
Bos 205, Telephone 313, Revelstoke
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D. Company 102nil, Re;.'. R. M. il .
January 10th. and 24th, 1913.
February14th    '    28th.    "
March 14tl "   28th.     "
IRT  SMITH,
provincial  Laml  Suveyor,
MiP'nj furv»yor,
Enginenint
CB  AVE.,
BOX   106,   RKVBL8TOKB
v McCARTER
WI'  riaV'KHAM,
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Howson C& Co., Ltd.
Furniture, Carpets and Linoleum at Eastern Prices, Freight
o4dded.
Howson C& Co., Ltd.
aaCJir.'iT.X'r.Tmnr.fpm Tra«aBJK-:v,:-i.a-rr!re3i
KX--~U:tu.o
HI Nf; HAM'S   MUSIC   STORK
McKENZIE   AVE. Revelstoke.        -       Phone 2(12.
1 .-•
nth
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I!.  ('.
Reprkbentativk
I   e.l
MUSICAL   INSTRUMENTS  OF   AI.I.   KINDS
EvmrvTHiNO   IN  mush
Take  advantage of an   exceptional opportunity.    Call  al   DINdHAM'5 MUSIC
STOT.r ii. I inspect   the i    stock   <>f Mandolines. Violins, fiiitiiiT..  rco'il-
eons,   Piccolos.   Flutes,  Mu'ii-Flutcs,   Harmonicas,   Shcit   Kusio,   Albums,
Player P ano   Hoi's,   Sill.  Plana Drapes,   Etc,   Selling   at   1 I'ii
Edison Phonographs ant) Yic'.r Cramophoncs "ith  Coctl St.-.ck tf recori's.
AN" ...ii Erlison Wax Records selling at 40c. to clear.   11  iu
f, , C ; m   ueol the Mew EdirCii Blue Sor.l Un reakulilo Records
Conic Early and Get Fitst Choice
Piar.o Tuning pixel lie pairs a Specialty.
R. Dane? Committee
Ihairmai
R.
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r cross buns
0.  O. F.
M'HITE PKOPI.K
i-   | iasona1
R   nember ire ti  di
lv.   ]'
WEST KOOUNAY STEAM LAUHDRY
RACLOUGH, Manager.
a   n<
,  *1. • ■■ mm
L.E. GRIFFITHS
Hay, Grain and Feed
Office :
Cumming's Transfer Co.'y
Second Stn
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II   W. EDWARD
G. W. HALL.
Manager
in
nt"
m. LOYAL ORDER
MOOBB  No.   iim
Maetl      Bvniy  lirst   nnil  third  Taenia,   CM II    owl    IUU.       VlBltlnj
teiethern  cord Invited   to  attend.
W.   Edwards,  Dictator,
H.   I,.  Haug,  Hecrr-tary.
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.. Ltd.
Importers ,'ind Wholesale Dealers.
Manufacturers of Aerated Waters
WINES
LIQUORS
CIGARS
Agents for Calgary Beer WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2nd, 1913
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGE SEVEN
DEPARTMENT
WOrtKS.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
i.Stci'1 Bridge, Thompson River, Lytton,
D.  C,  I.To Be  Built Alongside Present Structuro)
Substructure and Erection of
Superstructure.
Sealed Tenders, superscribed "Tender for Substructure and Erection of
Superstructure, Thompson River
Bridge, Lyllon, B.C.," will be reueiv-
ed by the Hon. thu Minister of Public Works uii to 12 o'clock noon Wednesday, the 7th day of May, 1913, for
the complete substructure and erection of superstructure of a bridge ao-
ross tbe Thompson River at Lytton,
B.  O.
Drawings, specifications, contract,
,iini Forms of tender can be seen, at
the otlices ol the Government Agents,
Ashcroft, New Westminster,V ancouver, and at the office ol the Public
IVorks Engineer, Parliament Buildlngn
\ ictoria.
Inicn.I.n.- lend rers can, by applying to ihe undersigned, obtain one
copy of the drawings and one copy
of the specifications for the sum of
twenty-live dollars  ($26).
Much tendei must bc accompanied
by an accepted lank cheuue or certificate of deposit on a chartered
lank of Canada, made- payable lo ihe
Hon. the Minister of Public Works,
for the sum of S1.090, which shall be
forfeited ii tb    party tendering decline
10 enter into contract win u calliid
upon to .io >o. Th.' cheques or certificates of deposil o.' unsuccessful ten-deters wlll be return d to them upon
the execution of the contract.
The successful tenderer >hall furthermore furnish an accepted bank cheque
eei- certificate ee;  deposit on a chartered  lank ol  Canada,   made payable to
■!,.      1 Ion.  di'     Minister of     Public
Works,  lor  the sum  of  one thousand
feei the due  fulfilment of    thfl
u t.
Tenders  will  not be- considered unless
made .em on the forms supplied, -ign-
. I  with  ihe actual signature of    the
i. ind    n losed  iu the envelop-
.' Ilisheil.
T      lo   esl or any  tender not ne es
-.inly accepted.
.1.  E.  GRIFFITH,
PuMi.  Works Engineer
11 1 ar menl   of  Pul li 1  Wicks.
, H.r.. March 26th. 1913.
NOTICE Tu CONTRACTORS.
.11 River, l.ytton
U    ('., 1 To Be    Buili Along-
l'ie   nt  Structure 1
■   i-Miru ;ure  Metal.
ilcl "Ten-
and  Delivery    oi
al',  Bridge al   i.yt-
on,  H.C.,'' will  be received by     the
th ■ Minister of Public Works up
0 12 0 We in isday, 1 ■ 7th
day of May, 1913, for thc manufacture
and delivery f.o.b. ears at Lytton, B.
('., the steel superstructure of a
bridge across the Thompson River at
Lytton.
Drawings, specifications, contract,
and forms of tender ean be seen at
the otlices of the (lovernnient, Agents,
Ashcroft, New Westminster, Vancouver, and at the office of the Public
Works Engineer, Parliament Build
ings,  Victoria.
Intending tenderers can, by apply -
ing to the undersigned, obtain one
copy of the drawings and one copy
of the specilications for the sum of
twenty-five dollars  ($25).
Kach lender must be accompanied
by an accepted bank choipie or certificate of deposit on a chartered bank of
Canada, made payable to the Hon.
the Minister of Publio Works, for the
-uni of $1,0(10, whioh s'hall be forfeited
ii the party tendering decline to enter
into contract when called upon 10 do
iso. The .he.|Ues or certificates of deposit of unsuccessful tenderers will be'
returned lo them niuu the exe. ution
of ilie contract.
Tin' successful tenderer shall furthermore furnish an accepted bank cheque
cr certificate of deposil on a charter-
e I bank of Canada, made payable to
ilie Hon. the Minister ol" Public Works
for the sum of one' thousand dollars
for  thee due  fulfilment   of Ihe contract.
Tenders will not be considered un-
I's-i made oul on the forms supplied,
signed with the actual signature of
'.he tenderer, mid enclosed iu the envelopes furnished.
Th.' lowest oi- n„y tender not neces-
•iirily accepted.
J.  E. GRIFFITH,
Public Works Engineer.
'.'■ ; artmenl   of  Publi.' Works,
'. Ictoria, B.C., 21 th March,  1913.
NOTICE TO  CONTRACTORS
Concrete Arch,  Thompson River, Lytton.  ll.l'.  (To He Built Alongside Present Btruclure).
Alternative Design.
Sealed  Ten lit-s,   superscribed   "Tenuis  fm- a  Concrete  Arch a.ros5!    the
i ic ii' bi n   Ui m-i.  Lytton, B.C.," wil!
.  .    ed Lj   ihe  tion.  ihe Minister
ei Public Works up 10 12 o'clock noon
V. in slay, the 7th day of May, 1913,
1  ■'  il- ■ 1 mn. 1 1 •  structure across  the
Thompson River at Lytton, B.C.
Drawings,    specifications,    contract,
i.l  feei in-  ,>r tender can be -evn     at
li.- offices nf the Governmenl  Agents,
Ashcroft,  New   Westminster,  Vancouver,  and    at  the     office of  the  Public
Works Engineer, Parliament Buildings
Victor! 1.
Iiii nding  trnderers can,  by  apply-
m ;     in     'Ic undersigned, o' tain one
opy    of     the   drawings,     and     one
copj   of  'le-    pecifl iitie.u    tor the    uni
."iiiy-livc  dollars   ($26).
I'n b  t'i,ler     must le ac ompanied
Ly an ai' epted bank cheque or certifl-
catfl of deposit on a chartered bank of
('anada,     ica l    | ayable to the i Ion.
Min   ter of Publio Works, for the
1.1  ". v hlch shall : •• forfeited
If the ] artj  t ■ li ring de Iiii" to enter
when called upon to do
or certificates of de-
of unsuccessful tenderers will be
returned  to them upon tbe execution
of the contract.
The successful tenderer shall furthermore furnish an accepted bank cheque
or certilicate of deposit 0n a chartered
bank of Canada, made payable to the
Hon. the Minister of Public Works for
ihe sum of one thousand dollars for
ihe due fulfilment of the contract.
Tenders will not be considered unless made out on the forms supplied,
j signed with the actual signature of
the tenderer, and enclosed in the en -
\elopes furnished.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
I J. E. GRIFFITH,
RAILWAYS
ENTERING
CALGARY
According lo D.D. Oughton, a farmer in the vicinity of this city, both
the C.N.R. and G.T.P. will havo steel
laid into the cily in tbo neighborhood
of Ogden during tho present weok.
At present two gangs are laying
steel  four     miles from    the  Calgary
Victoria, B.C., 2Cth March, 1913.
1  a wk. to Ap. 30.
Lft.
Public Works Engineer  j ost     offlM    in a ,di,L,,tion.     cast    by
Department of Public Works, ,,
south,  and a race is' on  botween    tho
two companies    to     seo     which will
reach the city limits fii-Bt.
About 50 men are working in each
fang. The grade of lhe G.T.P. Is
complete lo the llow river and that
of th' Canadian Northern to a meeting place with the Canadian Pacific
tracks at  Ogden.
The   recent  announcement  from  Ot-
i.iwi  that arrangements have      been
j mado wiih tbc G.T.P.,    whereby   that
, company will acquire the  mounted po
Coal mining rights of tbe Dominion   Jice   pr iperty   for  terminal    purposes,
m   Manitoba,   Saskatchewan   and   Al    means  thai  tha G. T.P.  is in  earnest
f-J'#\""A     ■'.'
SYNOPSIS   OF COAL  M'JIIiG
HECULUIONS.
herta,    tbe    Yukon    Territory,      the
North west  Territories  and  in  a  por- ,
tion  of  the   Province of  British   Col
in its endeavor to reach Calgary    at
once,   Al  present the Canadian North
em has men a't work on the proposed
terminal  buildings site,  just south of
imbla,  may  be leased lor a term ol   st. Mary's hall, obviously for tho pur
twenty-one  years at an  annual   rent- , 1 one of making the properly ready for
' F.1    of     $1  an  acre.   Not    more than   lne ' -v]i' entrance of  the traina.
2.560 acres  will  be leased   to one ap-      Th«   "on-'-omplctlon   of   bridges  across the Dow and     Elbow fivers will
i,lllciint- prevent   loth  the C.N.R.  and G.T.P.,
Application for leuse must be made  from entering the business portion ot
i ny   the  applicant in  person    to    tbe ' lhe cily for some liltlo time.
Agent  or      Pub-Agent of  the district I    The concrete piers are built in both
11  wnich   the rights applied  for      are ' ca-es, but the recent cold weather has
•.tiiated. delayed further work.
The lease  will include tbe coal 1:1:a-   a———^—,  ,,.  .
ng rights only, but the lessee may
■e permitted to purchase whatever
available surface rights may be con-
sielered necessary for the working ol
the mine at the rale of U0.U0 an
icre.
In surveyed territory the iitnd must
be described by sections, or legal
sub-divisinna o[ sections, and in un-
surveyed territory the trnrt applied
tor shall be staked uu: ty the ap -
elicaut himself.
Rich applicant nvirt be accompan-
ed by n fee of (5 which will be
fund"d if tee riidits applied for arr
not available, but not otherwise. A
royalty shall be paid on the mer-
rli.iut.eil.le output of the mine at the
rate ol tive cents per ton.
The person operating the niine shall
furnish tbe Agent with sworn returns
accounting  for the full  quantity     of
merchantable coal mln«d and pay the | T.nders will be received by the un
royalty thereon. If the ceml mining derailed, until noon March 29th, 1918
s are not bning operated. sue': for Clearing Kight of Way on the Ar-
returni should he furnished nt least rowlake Subdivision, M.B.-O. to Ar-
•1 ce ,1 year. rowh'ad. and on the     Shuswap Sub-
For full      information     application   ''iviion' MB--°- <° MB'  !3-
should be made to tbe Secretary   o!     S;" i'-'' l,i°-,s "W :" obtained    at
rbe  Department  of tbe   Interior.    Ot-   < ie offl_rc of lhe ,1iviioD  Bnfflnwr.
tawa, or to tbe Agent or  Sub-Agent ,
of Dominion  Lands.
EXAMINATIONS    FOR   LICENCING
SCALERS.
On April  lsi examinations for licen-
. Ing Scalers will be held by lbc Board
of Examiners at the Edgewood Lumber Company's sawmill at Castlegar,
rP.   us provided in Part VIII of the" Forest Act..'   For lurther particulars apply to T.  W.  Mount,  Assistant Supervisor of  Scalers, Nelson, B.C.,     or
to the chief Forester,  Victoria, B.C
1st U'aue Mar. 29 lt.
NOTICE To CONTRACTORS
W.  YT.   ''ORY.
H. B. Walkem, Actg. Divn.
En  meet-,  01 M.K.   Me Quarrle
Resident  En  ineer   Revelstoko
1st Issue Mar. 12. 3w.
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Canadian Pacific Railway High Level Bridge at Edmonton
The third of the gigantic structures that have been built in Western Canada by the Canadian Pacific
Raihv ay Company in the past few years, the other two being the viaduct at Lethbridge. one mile lung,
and the recently completed viaduct at Outlook over three thousand feet in length, the latter opened for
traffic in 1912.
The length of this bridge at Edmonton, between abutments of north and south approaches, is 2,500 feet,
The extreme height above the mean water level is 153 feet, while the piers are 103 feet high.
The bridge consists of an upper and lower deck, the width ofthe upper being 39 feet and that of the lower
43 feet.
The upper deck will carry a railway track and double street car tracks; the lower will be used for vehicular and pedestrian traffic,  the sidewalks having a clearance of eight feet and the roadway 23 feet.
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WEDNESDAY, Al'HlL 2nd, 1915
1
j LOCAL AND
i GENERAL J
W.  Williams of Rogers Pass,    is    In
Ihe city.
J.   MeKinnon ol Vancouvei', was    iu
yown  Sunday.
i
! BUSINESS LOCALS !
T.  Eil. Duality «.nd wife af Winnipeg
are in the city.
I
Mayor W.   R.   Reid of
as in town Monday.
Arrowhead,
1 think 1 will take all my family to
the  V Gym exhibition on Friday.
Mr. Ralph Simpson of Arro.ahead,
v.,is in th.-- Ity the fore part of this
\i- ■,..
.1.1.. Calbert oi Vancouver, lms been
ll. ell- :   t.:.--    I.,i '.lie  -S   ll- -I. -    till'   Past   feW
Pete I.e..;- ,ue .ei tho Union hotel,
I., toi ing iwo car loads
ol ; are Banfl i •,
v , Kit '■.   > e ountanl ai  Arrowhoad
i]..;    I    y b    wife,  were iu the
titj   ast Sal
I
Fred   R    In    n ba      returned from
en extended Eastern trip and is much
i npri red in health,
W.   E, Oliver was     among Eastern'
business  men here Monday.
H.  II.  McKinley of Vancouver,    was
noticed on the streots Monduy.
Selkirk  Lodge  Notice—All  members     Soe Lawrence    Hardware Co.'s  Free
JUVENILE
BOSTONIANS
During ihe nine years of the Juvenile
Bostonians Company's existence, thu
only  adverse  criticism  that  has  ever
SOCIAL AND
PERSONAL
*
are requested to attend the Lodge on  Offer- A 25 Por Cent, Discount on tho been made of  lheir performances   has
Thursday,. April 3rd, special business. | Dollar.
J.W. Maber of Vernon, came in
.Sunday's early east bound  train.
ou
The  V.  Gym exhibition promises to
be woll worth the price of admission,
.iv. and 35c.
Geo.   Steeves,  machinist  at     Field.
has been transferred to Grand Forks.
April 18th, is the date fixed for the
big dance of the Ladies Auxiliary to
the 13.  of L.  E.   Remember (he date.
I i.M.  Rutlidgi
i.u.,"  the prairie
of Calgary,  waa am-
vi-itors here Monday.
S. Mills of New Westminster, camo
in on yesterday's noon train from tbe
west.
J. A. Davies, of Vancouver, was
transacting business here the foro
part of  this  week.
Colin Cameron of Golden, came
clown the bill the fore part of this week
Tho first  Canadian  contingent  that
went to the Doer war were insured for
JI,000,000 in the Ocean Accident   and
Guarantee     Corporation.   The Revel -
I stoke Fire Brigades are also    insured
in  this company.   The special    agent
for this company is Chas. M Field —
Why not  get that room cleaned up.1 Best policy in the market issued to all
Expert      wall    paper,  kalsomim    .in(p especially to railroaders.
Fresco cleaning done by Herbert    L
Mrs.  W. Morris will not receive    ou
Saturday  April  Sth.
Mrs.   Sturdy   of      Malakwa,  arrived.
lUs morning to remain a couple     of
to transact business bei
e.
I,err. Leave orders at Bottrnei Bros.
Free demonstration and estimates will
be given.
Mi38 B, McMahon has opened up a
!adi> s dressmaking establishment with
headquarters over the McRae Dlock,
McKenzie avenue, Revelstoke. Plain
-.■wing for ladies and children. Ladies own materials made up.
Reserve  the  night  of April 4th    for
the great exhibition in tho Y.M.C.A.
been on tho plecCB they play, lho objection always being to Ibe lack of
plot. Of course, only the most captious of critics bave ever mentioned
this.   Most people  who go to soo this (laya'
clever company are too busy enjoying     Miss Isabeila Crawford returned to
themselves to bother about  a plot, hut Kamloops    Smiuay      l(J    reBUme    t„
as the  management wishes  to    please  h,.i,00|
everybody,  they have gone to     great
expense to secure "Princess Chic" an     Mr. ami Mrs. Kirk of     Arrowhead,
original opera company by Kirke   La  were  In   town  from   Baturday      uniii
Bhelto and     Julian Edwards.     Kirke  llis  morning.
La Slielle is too well known to     need
Mr,  Grimes   representing tbo Kelly,
Douglas Co., e.i Vancouver,     \va-
to'.vn tbe fore part of this week.
I
W. O. Green and     wife of   Regina, qal,T COAL—Not just as good, but
in  came in on the west bound yesterday,      th,' real     artiilc.—The     Revelstoke
and are at the King Edward. i    General Agencies, Ltd.
Only four companies settled their
losses in full in ihe San Francisco
earthquake and lire, of which tbe London Assurance Corporation was one'.
ThiB company paid out $7,000,000 in
that disaster, their ] oil ies are written here by Chas. M. Field.
Mrs. E. Coining returned on Saturday leaving the snowdrops nnd crocuses blooming in Victoria.
Gilchrist ,,i Arrowhead, and Mr,
Mr-. J. Bon.ield of Comaplix,
business   visitors here Monday.
A party of friends saw Mrs. R. T,
Smith oil on the Imperial Limited for
,;ia extended visit to England.
any Introduction as a libreticst, while
the famous Julian Edwards namo as
the composer meanB BUOOesS for any
libretto, no matter how weak it may
he,    ll   is  necessary to go  into detail
regarding "Princess Chic'', ns ils long  ior Denton attended th
New York run and wonderfully  success  \entiou.
I fill  loars of the larger cities has made
St.  Francis  Club  extends a cordial itawell known     quantity with every
Invitation  to all   to be  present at  the w',[1 Posted theatre goer.   This is the
Whist and  dance  in  their hall  Thurs-
Mrs.   Denton  spent   Easter week    in
Vernon, visiting friends while  Inspeo-
teaohers con-
day night.
The Revelstoke General AgenciesLtd.
are the exclusive agents for the famous GALT COAL.
Fony years in use, 20 yeas the
standard, prescribed and recommend,
ed by pbyblcians.   For Woman's All -
J.   H. Tait of Vancouver, and     H.      ''•   Magllo of     Nelson,  and  R.   W.'    Soo Chas M. Field ahout that Life  ments, Dr. Martel's Female Pills,   at
e.     3 c.i the same place, were visitors  Lindsay of Beaton, were lake visitors  p0Ucy you ate contemplating putting   your druggist.
first time that "Prin-ess Ohio" has
ever been <-een in the smaller cities,
and thnt the Boston:nn,s will put, lt
i.n in a manner worthy of its stand -
irg When they appear here at the Empress on Monday, April 21, is an assured fact.
The  public  schools  and  high  school
te-opened Monday at I) tt.m. With    aU
tbe  b'lafl present  and  a large  attend
mice of pupils
in  town  the fore part of  this  week,
Mr. Foi man, peclai agent for the
New Zealand Fire Insurance Company
1 ..  ihe cry   the .-ml of  last  week.
Mr.  Blackball,  ih.- well-known O.P.
i.        -.imi. bas just returned from a
visit   to New   BiuusWi<k and  Chi.'.igo.
Mr
paid
McKay of Nelson, is in town.
-. and Miss Anderson of Vernon,
Revelstoke  a    visil   a few  duys
Mrs. Livingstone, Provincial organ-
i ■  thi   W.C.T.U.,  will  be in town
i      Vpril Tth.  tbe
Lindmark.
in the city the fore  part of  this week.
Come and bring your lady friend to
St. Francis Hall for a whole' evening's
enjoyment, Thursday at 8:30 p.m. Admission ">0 ceuis.
Mis- Tannls Patrick has returned to
Field io resume her duties, after spend
ing her Easter holidays with her par-
rnt-  in this city.
.lame- H. Armstrong, chief dispatch
er and Mrs, Armstrong, returned last
evening on the late train from a six
weeks' trip to California. They enjoyed   ide-al  weather  during  the  whole
on in the compnny of which Lord
Strathcona and the President of the
Dank of Montreal are directors.
GALT COAL Is handled exclusively I
in Revelstoke by the Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
A Speedy Shadow
Mr.  R.   McGregor,
James, the Chimney Sweep, is back
in town, and will give prompt person- ] ^ am, Re„uiator_foi. Mason
al attention to all jobs. Tho e Ori,
ental Hotel, or write. Jams, The
Chimney Sweep, C. 0. Oriental Hotel,  Revelstoke.
Those who attended the Circus in
the Y last year were' well plea^'d eome
and see something just a' good April
1th, at 8 p.m.
guest  ol  Mrs. CF.  trip and spent a most enjoyable time,
visiting tbe>. principal cities and pleas-  Hardware Co.
ire  resorts in  ih'-  Southern Siate.	
Just  what  you require, g
Furniture   I'oli-h  Free.—See
ad.
Probably   the  fastest      motion thai
man can perceive with his eyes is that
uf the  diaow of the moon across the
earth in a solar  eclip-v.   The  rate    is
practically that of the moon in     its
orbit,    which  is about 2,000  miles an
hour.   Thi-  i-  roughly half a mile    a
s (ond.   Now  if a  person  were to be
Rai'roadcrs, beware. Do not put on  stationed  cn  n  mountain   whence    he
life or accident in-urance without first could see for some miles hc     could ac
; looking over the attractive and     low   lually  Watch  the     approach    of    the
Hottle  of  priced policies offered you by Chas.M.  shadow  and keep hi- eye  on its edge.
authorized Piano
and
Risch, Limited, intends being in tbc
Revelstoke district next week. Parties
requiring his serived for tuning, etc.,
should leave their address with Mr.
R. Howson.
Lawrence  Field, iu his sound  and reliable
| panies.
Mrs,  Boyle,  Mrs.    Baskerville und
Mrs. North of this city, left  last Sat.
on ii-.i extended     visil  to the
i      Country
■-.   -..   mnounoe  ihai C.
.■ ,i'    be govern-
as  ba '■  e  ,"..'•■    serioui
v;tb his hand.
The total attendance at     Big Eddy1
lie.e.l during March,  was 20.",.       De-,
spite bad weather school was  .n ses •
ion every .lav.   All pupils wer.    per-
I cl  in punctuality and   thc following
iu attendance :-Savaune Dover,  Rolf '>"■' uberal Opposition in seeking    to Live Stock Branch of the
Carls ti. and Charlie Barrett.   April i    ' ""'   !0 the coimtr-v  Department  of Agi'ieulutu
Graft Revelations I   Goats for B.C.
There i    me hod In  ini  u.udu ss u{.    During the pas! few
Of course  lhe    ii     ■ would rover   the
I whole landscape for any one person.
From .he testimony of maT .' meu,
who hav.1 actually witnessed the plien
( me non in -uch circumstances it Wa
•e i i-i til,- and awe inspiring spectacle.
C.  M, Field retui ne I ., i   ■   lays' ago
.   .- :.       trip easl   ai ■! left  yes
'■ incouvei, he wil I
nd   Sea   l<
.   ft'.C.
Mre   '   ■    ■
i p.m.
' ol
I   ii ■  .-■»'. led tt ith new   seating
i ,i de i led improvement,
SALES anJ WANTED
which  ' '     '":,;     ' ' !'
lar now ■  he refuses   to
tell  lo whoi n ioitr years    paid
I $41,0i ' f,  oi governm sat
months     ihe
Dominion
has    been
is a man named Mil-  in  re eipt   of  numerous Inquiries     as
to where it might be possible' to pur-
basc either    Angora or Milch goats,
It  would appear that   in  many  parts
Public Schools ftttendsnee
The attendance at the. public schools
r March was as follows.
l'i . lir.
•
Central School, IHv. I
 II
i
i
a
iud
WANTED    '
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IV   ,
v..
v I   .
VII
Vlll
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ii
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r
Si ai
8H 711
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SI 11iii
Hi. in
ten :;i
111 20
ill :i!
I
n inti '.•   '     .
a
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Selkirk   s | ., I
•>i'   HI.
.
;,;.-s.e.y  and  Car. ll   nl the Dominion the. demand ior these
ivenl hi   --oing to   I eful and profitable animals Is rap-
go a  reed   ..:•.    1      lo]  ng  and  that  iho-.'     who
| with                          -  that th»r •  was  at I" .i.r. surplus ,-iock caii
-   but to ■                 "d   i  i adj   sale tor ihem if a chan -
..:,    -  ..• ition hi tween supply
ta      bed.   Accord
ari Ing a   < on -
:   . ■ anadian Breed
ts and  Milch goats
i. ommi '   will bo
ro::e ■ Ui ii breeder*1
•garding then  respective
■■■ ng i'oin'.s — || ||
er i kept.
the
be  pric a Totals	
•    lent re-     Thi   Kelson  Shi
'-ary and   Central   School   by
■  bj   percentage of 97.88 in punctuality and
. this   . la ■■-  of regularity.        Dl\       V.    of
ioi  wins  the    hieiil   with
■. Ing      th.-  . enta ■•   ol 98.81.
	
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17
12
17
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The W.C.T.U. will hold their regulai monthly meeting at lhe' home o£
Mrs. Keliie on First street oil Friday,
next at  ii;3l) p.m.
A wh.sl drive will be held in SU.
1 run is hall tomorrow evening, aftuc
the whisi refreshments will be served
followed by a dance.
Mr. Eaton arrived on Saturday from.
Nova Scotia witb ihe intention of
making his home In this city. He ia
slaying  with  his  sister,   Mrs.  Denton.
The J.B.C, of thc Methodist ohurch
me deligently preparing for their annual concert on April 22nd. The program will maintain their previous
high standing.
The Political Equality League will
meet in tiie Cily Hall next Monday at
,S p.m. Everyone interested in equal
suffrage is invited Three instructive
papers will be read.
Mrs. Isaac Trotter of Arrowhead,.
spent Heveral days In town this week
buying bouse furnishings. Mr. Trotter sold out  his farm iu Ontario   and
I ought   the  dray   business  of  Arrow -
I. ad lasl monih.
Some half elo-en of our snowshoe
enthusiasts enjoyed the last run of
tie- season over the Columbia and across the thus on lhe south side of
the river. On Sunday. Th.y lunched
picnic style out  in the sunshino.
• I.S   IKI 211 I lu
won  In ths
Div.   IV.     .villi    a
Selkirk
a    per -
Mr. W.W. Foster, Deputy Minister ol
Public Works, spent a few hours in
lown Tuesday en mute to Golden.
Mrs. Foster accompanied him as fai
ns  Ihis citj   and will  remain hero     a
or more, the  guo i   of  M   ■   I"
Sutherland
The w   lily    i ii i'i Ing    of    the Wesl
End Bridge Club was Held al  lb   hi mi
ni Mrs. i laggi n on Saiui li
Mrs. Pratt, the fortunate pi
.      \   !  ., I. autilul     table tei n.   Thi
next  meeting  ivill he held o
of Mrs. MeCarter
of     Mrs,   Jamei
and Mi . 1
Hums  ('(.. stai L
BIRTH
Your Putters
lUUllldl     1.1
tuions
ROBERTSON    \   New Westminster, a
few  days .-liro,  to Mr.   and Mrs.   \V.
I ion, :, son
■ 1,
for
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Ma
DEATH
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Vpril  1st,
i  ed   I", ye
B,   C„
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April
Mali
V. M
Wh
C,   \. Qym l'.xhlbiilon
Dr ve,   under    auspices
.ild    .ii tho Oity
A   part s   c ii a .1
Col Ic and daiighl ■•■
\ illi .  Bali small  fm   I
Ins I Sal ui daj on ..'.i.i to
lhe nl I Country, Thoy aii if m St.
John im Vpi il '.'ii for l.iv. n ool, and
will spend Ihe uminer with relatives
in  tin-land.
The- Ladies' Easl En I Bi id Clul
a el on Satul day evi ning ai the home
of Mrs. Kincaid on Fifth street, Tho
members wen ill present an.l bad tho
.Mrs. Pin '. .as ihi
fi 11 nr.it ■ wlnn i ... ,i lo, .'ly \a-.. . ul
glass '     n nl .
It :. h  was served     j Mrs. Kil   aid
Mn . i 'b.e .   Moi tl    thi   .' if ■ of   oui
.  elec i Ictan, lefl  with lhe i hii
In     on  Sattirdaj   last foi a  long-an
ticipatod  visil tie hi r pari nis in Eng
land.   She Intend ' ig ovi r lhi
summer, Mi . Boyle, whose husband
Ifl head bai et foi Mr. A, I tobson, accompanied Mrs. North to England,
nud will spend ibe summer v. tuu
relatives.
■
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Anderson
-i •   Fr lay fr       th
i i-ietys
■ 11   n
i-   ind   Forks    March  26th.   0    (ei ,n-
Distl   t  Been  an   nnd    .1.
on a«  d-1   we fo-      K. v.Istoke
• 1        No   62    The next 'onvention
I    e beld in P       toke in    March
l'l5    C.  Onnst'-am   l.cin;.'  '-tio'en   as
•  Mvi   for B.C, Dlstriot in the
i.ni:"   Convention tn beheld
j- ii iluth, Mint, .  i me lit*, 1918.
id    '        -i'
■
'
f     Westers
p. n i
Good Appointment
■.,...    thii on
.. . !.■ i •,     ■ e ;
rttl bei  i'lir
Ioi     '■    ieii    'en...
... i   lui les,
Mii-ii'
. ■
did     figure bn thi
ii,- in into   ■ blon
iml
mill  I worn
! |. rella,    D lorwd and tot
by  lending      phy i'ian^.    Hav..  your
ire   ■ li-cn   .ind   treed on    ,       n
■ ■., ridi Corsetlere   n   b.. model etc
signed  to glvo style, comfort     nn<l
service. Qraea Abbott, Oorsetlere, puty dnanee minister, will ba endow The Masonic Lodge .,i whioh deoeaeed
above Manning' ifore, Posl offloe ed bv n i who know Mr. Qoepel He was a nwtnber, will take ohargn of the
Box 3'2, write or call.       M2i, im.  hi |uallflcationi r.n ttie oiu remoiiy.
April   I
dei
theatre,
'Tho (anadian  Follies" un-
Tennis Olub,     Empress
E.
th.e
M i.
line  of  the    ideas.mt. -i   event:-      ol
Easter week was tho Bridge party given  on  Friday  ..veiling  by  Mrs.   Kennedy  nf Se ond Hireet, west, to about
ol  a  do/en   lade-.   Tho  rooms  wero  dec-
I orated in tho most charming     anner.
With    fragrant      bunches  of    narcissi,
llostonlans,  Three  tnbles enjoyed playing until    u
i little after midnight, when the hostess
' rved a supper of the most delicious
The l'rince 0| Tonight,   Bm-i4al1lUeIi   Tbe    prize> ,or tht.   brWfrC
th-atre.
Vpril   18    ladle
I.   i-:   Dance, ■
April 21 and   '
ni  'li" Empres
■ .m1i.ii y   tr,  B.
'1 pi ra house
Juvenile
theatre.
 , . nf   .!   ■'   In   late   v   . . I
The   e D(  of Mr   w.i   Ooe Bi  . ■■■■■    trill take    plaoe from
pel,  formerly  inspector o. offloss    (oi ' '  "'""     Third strest, at   2:30 c0.nini,_Flora Dora, at the Empress
th,   pro  Inci     to   'he   i.r, ,i„.n   of   de i clock  tomorrow    I'bm day afternoon     ...-..- . |ira'iS  was won by  Mrs.  Holten,    anil
ainl ies.   The     prizes for
I v ere very hand.-'oine and much adinir-
The-flrst, a large  tray of worked
ed.
theatre.
Coming—"Hoyal
Empress theatre
Ithe  second, a  lovely      Royal  Doullon
Players,'' at   the  teapot and  Bland,  was  captured     by
Mrs. Haggen.

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