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Array Do you want to win the Grand Trize Player Piano Now on Exhibition at the 'Re-Vetstokje Mtisic Store ?
"Empire" Typewriter
For ease of operation and
perfection in results it is
unsurpassed.    Price $60^
Interior Pubhsmng Co., Ayts.
The Mail-Herald
Vol. 18-No. ;;i;
Summer Supplies
Coal Oil Stoves Gu.\
*>,
Perfection — 2-Burner *s.
Quick Meal—2-Burner *+
English 2-Burner with Oven, Kettle, i"*
antl Steamer
teed Odorless
$10 00
      12 50
in, Pot
7 50
Electric Stoves
5 inch $G.OO
6 inch  6.60
8 inch  7.50
Electric Irons
Hot Point, 4 lb  $5.00
6 lb 6.50
National Electric Iron
1 ivG'Year Guarantee
4 or 6 lb $5.00     |    We have'yet to have our
,'   first iron returned for re-
8'b  6.1H)     |    pairSt	
Small  Oil Stoves
One Burner 75c. to $1.00
Two Burners     $2.00 to $2 50
Ice Cream Freezers
Polar Star, 1 qt  $1-25
Polar Star, 2 qt  1.50
Polar Star, 3 qt   2.00
Polar Star. 4 qt  2.50
Screen Doors.
Screen  Windows
Fly Traps      Wire Plate Covers      Baby Hammocks, $1 up
Lawn Mowers Grass Catchers Grass Shears
Lawn Rollers Edge Cutters
LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO.
LIMITED
Plumbing Tinsmithing Steam and Hot Water Heating
All Work Guaranteed.
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Imperial Bank of Canada
Hoad Otf loo -Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Subscribed
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
Total Assets,
6,000,000.00
6,000,00o.00
6.000,000.00
$72,000,000.00
Branches er Agonts at. all pri.icipixl pointfl in,Canada.
Agents in Great .Britain imd United Stutes—London, Kngland,
Lloyds B.ink, Limited. Chicago—first National Bank, Corn Ex-
ohange NationsI R>iuk. S- n.tle—.SeanJu National Bank, Sau Fran-
cUcu- Well. r'.u-go Nevmi* Nutinoal Ban* Spokane— Kzcbange
National >i-n:».
savings Bank Department
SPopoiits nf $1   .ud upward, received, and interest allowed at
current rate irom mte of deposit.   Correspondence .'solicited.
RaveUtoke Branoh—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
6<H>00-000000000000000000000
Ladies' and Children's
Wash Dresses
White and Colored
Mrs. A, G, Crick, * First Street
TIRED ?
THEN A CUP OF
"BELL BLEND TEA"
will refresh you with its bright, spicy
flavor ami frsgrancy, Sold in 1 lb.
lead packages.
Price, 35c, 40c. and 50c. per lb.
O. W. BELL
P. O.  BOX 208 GROCER & BAKER Phone No. 23
PIANOS-PLAYER PIANOS
Sheet Music and all kinds of
Small cTWusical Goods
$*r***T
Call and Inspect
Music Store, McKenzie Ave.
REVELSTOKE. R C. WAY 29, \Mi
$2.EO Per Yea1
VIGILANT, NOT DORMANT ONES
WILL BE THE WINNING CANDIDATES
No Cause for Inactivity-All Have An Equal Chance In the
Mail-Heralds Race-Now Is the Time to Enter
Thoso interested in the Mail-Her -
aid's great voting contest are beginning to hustle lor voles ln earnest.
Krom now un, each day will show nn
Increase in the way of interest and
ln the number ol votes cast tor the
various candidates. It is easy to secure votes if you are ambitious and
have a desire to win one of the valuable pi'lsws thc Mail-Herald is offering. Go among your lricnds and tell
tliem that you want to win and you
will be surprised at the ease with
which thc votes are secured. The
prizes will be given to someone. Why
not you? !•
The voting in thc contest up to tbe
present hus not been very heavy but
from now on it may be expected to
increase daily. Tell your friends you
are out to win and that you want
their votes. People help those who
help themselves, and it you want to
become owner of the player- piano
which the Mail-Herald is offering you
will do well to speak to your friends
before someone else solicits their sub
scriptions.
Remember that contestants are in
no way restricted where they shull go
to secure votes. Subscriptions may
be Bccured anywhere.
There is no cnusc for any contestant getting discouraged over his or
her chances of winning one of these
valuable prizes to be given in the
contest. There is almost six weeks
yet to pass before lhc winners will
lie decided. The contest is just start
ing and a new candidate could start
in today and with very little eflort,
soon be at the lop of the list. Candidates have no cause to feel dis -
pirited.
If the contestants feel that their
prospects ari' hopeless and are in a
quandary as to what to do, they
can come to thc contest department
and get all the advice and help they
need. Tbey will be told how to get
into the race right, and a visit to
thc otliie may mean the winning ol
the race.
Timidity, hesitation ami apnthy ilis
appear ns chilli before lhc wind, If
contestants sit down and reuson cnl-
mly and sensibly over their thuices.
You will soon realize that all have
an equal chance. No one is favored.
No prize is won yet, and with equal
work nnd enthusiasm you arc ns able
to win as anyone. If a contestant
thinks nnd appreciates fully, what
one of these prizes will mean, there
will be no hesitation.
VOTE ANNOUNCEMENT WILL AP-
I'KAR IN NEXT  ISSUE
Thc first published vote standing
of candidates In the Mail-Herald's
$1800 voting contest, will appear In
next Saturday's paper. The staud -
ing will be of interest to all citizens
of Revelstoke as well as to the candidates, inasmuch as it will show
who ure the active contestants and
the results they have already accomplished. Candidates should do their
best to hnve a good number of votes
to their credit by that time. It will
not only show your friends that you
aie am iou- to secure one of the valuable prizes in the contest but will
be of much satisfaction to your self
and encouragement to do better.
During the last few days a number ol people bave called at the Mail
Herald to pay tbeir subscriptions.
When a stiliscrilier pays for bis paper
in this way, he ib asked to name the
candidate for whom ho wishes to
vote and the vote- are credited as
lndicatexl by him. Subscribers need
not wait fur their favorite to call
on tbem but may bring or send thoir
subscriptions to tho office. Votes
are Issued on all subscription pay -
ments. Candidates are requested to
turn in their votes belore Saturday's
issue.
Wateb  for  the standing   Saturday,
it may contain some surprises.
CANDIDATES.
Miss Elsie Hooley   1000
Miss Blanch: McCarty  1000
MiBS Franci- Lawson  1000
Jllss Margaret   l.nwler    1000
Mrs.   Alee,     newer    1000
Miss  Cyndrene  Matz   1000
Mrs. H. nrurp  1000
Miss Mn'ii- Uonderson  1000
Miss Lydla  Bi <•.!  1000
Miss Doris Bennett   1000
Misi  K.  Cuok    1000
MISS   ...   Iiiekev    1000
Uli   liable MeLennan  1000
Miss Mny Burns  1000
Mrs. Ethel Btaekberg     1000
Mrs. .1.  Cashato  1000
MIsh M. (Iallicano  1000
M is  ''I-      * *  Prnsnr         1000
MIm   Ktbei   Morton   iftflfl
Miss   Bts   Hay      1000
Mr. Leonard Howion            ...      1000
.Miss Marguerite  Young    1000
MiBS Bertha  Evans   100O
Mrs.   Nick  Dcmor   1000
Miss Annie Palmer  10O0
MiBS Olga Roman   1000
Miss   Stella  Liddy    1000
Miss M. Brown  1000
Miss Olive Bell   1000
Miss  Lilly  Harper    1*000
Mrs.   W.   11.   Keegau    1090
Mrs.   M.   Mc:aven    1000
Mrs.   J.  Purvis   10»
Mrs.   O.   Holten   1000
Mrs.  H.  Trueman   1000
Mr. P.F. Clifford  1000
Mrs. R. McDonald  1000
Mr.  E.  O.  Woodland   1000
Mr.  Robt.   Lawrence    1000
Mr.   Wm.   Tapping    1000
Miss  Ethel  Mclntyre   1000
Mrs.   Fred   Cornier    1000
Mrs.   J.   Knox    1000
Mrs.  8. Needham   l(.'O')
Mrs.  R. Davis   1000
Miss   Blanche   Davis    1000
Miss  Crowe    1000
-Miss   F.   Jolliffe    1000
Mrs.   G.  H.  Brock   1000
Mrs. E. Allum  1000
Miss Bella Laughton   1000
Miss   Alma  Burgctt    100D
Miss Mable Still  H1O0
Mrs. H.  N.  Coursier  1000
Mr.   Jack  Probyn   1000
OUTSIDE    OF   REVELSTOKE.
Miss Mary Baync6,  Malakwa   1000
Miss Jeanette Kennedy. MalakwalOOO
Mrs. Otto Johnson, Malakwa ...1000
Miss   Mary   Bullmer,   Malakwa
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Aldcrton, Malakwa
Kyle, Craigellachie
Swerdfager,   Golden
2 years    5.00   4000 votes
3 years    7.60     8000 voles
4 years  10.00  16000 votes
5 years  12.SO  2*5000 votes
10 years  25.00  80000 votes
3rd  Period,   June  22  to   July  t',.
1 year  $ 2.50   1200 votes
2 years    5.00   3000 votes
3 years    7.50    7000 votes
4 years  10.00'  20000 votes
5 years  12.50  20000 votes
10 years  25.00  45000 votes
...1000
...1000
...1000
...1000
Mr.  Wm.   Morris,   Rogers  Pass  ...1000
Miss  Jessie Wells,    Golden   1000
Miss   N.   Williims,    Golden    1000
Mr.   J.  Sneddon,  Nakusp     1000
Mrs.   Stewart,   lllecillewaet   1000
jMrs.  Kennedy,  lllecillewaet   1000
W. N. Ward, Taft .. 1000
H.N. Phillips, Three Valley  KVXl
W.J.   Lightburne,   Arrowhead   1000
H.   Cousins,   St.   I.eon    HOD
("has.  C»rlson    Allen   Canyon  ...lfOO
|L.  W.   Smythe,  Taft  1WM
Mrs.  L.H.  Congreves.  Sicamous 1000
VOTES To BE ALLOWED ON  SUB-
SCHIPTIONS  TO   CANADIAN
HOME JOURNAL.
Yesterday a  deal      was    completed
whereby  votes     would  be issued    Ior
subscriptions  secur.'d   to   the  Canadian  Home   Journal.   Thc   votes      will
count the same  towards the winning
of the Grand  Prize as  the  Mail-Her-
i aid   subscriptions,   ereept   that      thc
vote schedule will  bo different.
|    A cotubiuutiou     schedule    has also
been put into eflect, giving a special i ,
*       *        ' I ine  the Completion of the scenic  all-
number of votes  to contestants who1 , .,    . .  ! .u . „-1
, .. .   T7. ' tumolnlu highway to the summit nnd
get subscriptions  for  both  thc Mai -1  , ,       . ,     .,       .    „„..,„
n„.  ii      ...    „      .,      „ .       | tbe proclamation of     the     mountain
Herald uud the Canadian Homo Jour .       ...   „_„.,„.      „„    .»
,  , I as  a  national  park   reserve,  aro    ex-
nal from ono party.
'pected  to v sit the city.
REVELSTOKE'S
SCENIC HIGHWAY
Progress Club Scores Big Success
—Tourist Auto Road and C. P.
Chalet at Summit of Mount
Revelstoke.   $10,000   Secured.
An enthusiastic met'ting of the Executive ol the Revelstoke. Progress
Club, was held in the city hall on
Tuesday evening, Muy 28th. Practically thc cut ive membership of the Executive  were  present.
The minutes ol previous meeting
held May 22nd, were read and adopted.
COMMUNICATIONS.
A letter from the Vancouvor Progress Club, respecting byeluws of
their organization was received and
Med.
SCENIC  ROAD.
A report was made to the cxecu -
tivo, that the Honorable Minister of
Public Works, following the recent
interview with a deputation consist -
ing of Messrs. Manning and Gordon,
given whilBt on the train on route
cast to Ottawa, and in which thc
Hon. Minister of Public WorkB had
promised his assistance in securing
tho naming of thc Mount RevelBtoko
reserve as a public park, and tho con
Btruction of an automobile road to
tlie summit ihereof, had already given instructions for thc work ot surveying and laying out this sceuic
highway, to lie at ouce commenced,
and that a very substantial amount.
$10,000 had been appropriated to -
wards the cost of thc road.
CHALET    FOB     KEVELSTOKE.
Thc committee afso leiirneil that it
is understood the Canadian Pacitic
Railway will shortly announce their
intention of building an elaborate
mountain summer resort and chalet,
at thc summit of Mount Revelstoke,
in order to adequately cuter to tlio
i large number of tourists who, follow
The following is tbe schedule published today for tho lirst time:
Canadian Home Journal vote sehed
tile.  Subscriptions count as follows:
Firirt  period,   May  25  to   June  6.
1 year  , 1.00     500 votes
2 years    2.00    1*500 votes
3 years    3.00   3000 votes
4 years    4.00   5000 vo'es
8    years    5.00   700C votes
io yean 10.00  25000 votes
2nd Period,  June X to June 22.
These reports, giving cvidctu-o as
they did of thc bucccss of their ef
forts in tho directions indicated, were
received with great enthusiasm by
the memlicrs oi tbo executive present
SURVEYOR EDISON ARRIVES.
The information was also given out
at this meeting, that Provincial government expert road locator Edison,
of Victoria, who is regarded as the
best engineer for this class of work
in the whole ol WeA»rn Canada, had
already  arrived  in   Itevelstoke,      that
year  f 1.00     400 votes  '"  company  with      Mr.   Ed. Trimble,
years    2.00   IJiin \utes ProtinoW  road  superintendent,    and
years    3.00   2li'0 vctes   "  I*0! "'  '"llr  tr"''   blazers he    had
years    4.00    4000 votes ! commenced   upon  tlie  actual   work  of
1
2
3
4
5    years    0.00    SDOfltOtM
10 years  10.00    20001 votes
3rd Period,  June 22 to July 6.
1 year  J 1.00   320 votes
2 years  2.00   Out) votes
3 years    3.00    l'J20 votes
4 years    4.00   3200 votes
5 years    5.00   44S0 votes
10   years  10.00    lr<00 votes
COMBINATION SCHEDULE.
This schedule is for contestants
who secure subscriptions for both
Mail-Herald and Canadian Home
Journal from one parly. This ached
ulo does not dcrreuse:
1 year  J 3.50       3000 votes
2 years    7.00       7500 votes
3 years  10.50      15000 votes
4 years  14.ihi      30000 votes
6 years   17.00      50000 votes
10 years  8S.00   125000 votes
Mail Herald     Vote   Schedule,     Subscriptions COUDt  us  follows:
1st Period.  Mny 25 to June IH.
year  $ 2.50   2000 votes
years    5.00    .',000 vote*,
years    7.50  UlOOO voles
years        10.(HI   2IHHI0 votes
1 locating the eusict gradient coupled
wltb tlie best scenir ruuto to the top
uf Mount Revelstoke, umi that the
work would be riiHhcd 10 completion
if  possible  this summer,
BPECIAL COMMITTEE.
A committee consisting of Messrs.
H. Manning, chairman, 0. H. Mac -
donald, c. K. landmark, Dr. Hamilton and Secretary Horobin, were appointed to wait upon the Mail-Her -
alii regarding publicity and the liest
manner in wliicb to secure tho same.
PUBLICITY COMMITTEE
The regular publicity committee
were  Instructed to interview  tlie Mail
iii'iaiii regarding tbe advisability of
putting out a monthly journal ns the
organ   uf  the   Progress  Club,  ned   tO
report accordingly,
FIVE DOLLARS FOR A SLOGAN.
The secretary was iiiHtrurtnl to of
fer 11 prill ul |5 lur tlie person send
ing in the Is-st original Slogan, ap
IpropriatS   fur   thf  City   of   Itovf-lntuki'
will MEET PREMIER,
Today, Welti, ,luy. thc executive of
the Progress Club, will In a body,
meet thl Hon. Ilirhnril McBride, nu, 1
the   llun.   Thomas  Taylor,   whu    will
en
years     18,00        10000 votes ' 1*   bussing   tbrullgh       RevelHtuke
10 years  15.00  70010 votes  """"    "'"'"     (,,l"w"'  '""'   '"  u"",k
2nd  Period,   .lune  !   lo  June 22.       |11""'   '"'   tl"'"   «"l>l'"it   "'   "ir Mount
1   year  } 'i.W ,  iwo votes |       (Continued on Local Page.)
pr
*3
IF YOU WANT
Carden Tools      Rubber Hose        Lawn Mowers
Carpenter's Tools,    Wire Fencing and Gates
Bicycles or Repairs    Stoves    Paints
Fishing Tackle     Sporting Coods
Cuns, etc., we can supply you
BOURNE BROS
Grocers
Hardware
Plumbing
ja
Grocery News
Cups and Saucers, white ami gold, just in.
Rhubarb, fresh from the farm, per lb 4c
Full stock of Chiver's Jams iust arrived, in glass
jars and in 2 lb. and 4 lb. tins. Just like home
made and cheaper.
JOHN   MCINTYRE   &   SON
The Store of New Goods
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
To Get the Best Results
From Your Garden
USE
SWIFTS
FERTILIZER
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
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§ ADVANCE STYLES IN SPRING HATS
The new hats we are showing are all in the
latest styles. They are American Shapes
and Shades, something ne.w and different, as
it were, in mixtures and finished felts. They
are decidedly dressy and natty.
We are agents for the famous Hawcs Von
Gal and Stetson Hats, also the Buckley Hat
which  has  a guarantee  for three  months.
McRae Mercantile Co.
jjj THE STYLES SHOP fOR MEN AND BOYS
oooo 000000000 ooooooo-ooooo^
Prize Egg? for
Early Hatching
S3
ron sai.i; nv
t G. Woodland
E. P. Mclean
Best Strain of Brown Leghorns, single and Rose Comb,
und Partridge Wyandotte
Eggs.
P. O.  BOX   181 WEDNESDAY, MAY 29th,  1913,
TJKE! MAHL-HHR-AXiX),  REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,  MAY  29th,  1912,
<F
'-%
Are You Insured Against
Accidents and Illness
IF  NOT,   WHY   NOT—It is your duty both to yourselves antl your dependents.
Call and see us.    We shall be pleased to point out the benefits to be derived from these policies.
Special double indemnity clause quarantine indemnity clause
and al! illnesses insured against.
London and Lancashire Accident Co.
Railway Passengers Assurance Co.
Ocean Accident Corporation.
ALT. REPRESENTED BY
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
v
the flDaiU=1bcvalfc
PCBLIijHEIj   WEDNESDAY   AND
fATCKDAY   AT
REVELSTOKE. B.   C.
jntertot puiutsbino Company
Limited
J.  K.   JOHNSON,  Manager.
RALPH  G.   SCRUTON,   Kditor.
WEDNESDAY,  MAY  2.*tl>,  1912
TUe  cumulation  ol  Mr.  R.F.  Urceu
I gnut), ignoring the wishes of the peo-
i pic ol this province, and going  back
upon   their  own      Immigration   laws,
lor thc sake of catering to two     uu-
dcsimlilc   Hindus.
tl is a mistake which has always
been made hy Dominion governments
that they peiBist in catering to the
most undesirable elements of the population. For years past the Japanese lishermen nnd coolies in this province, had been kow-towed to by Ottawa otlicials, whilst on the prairies,
vast sums of.public money have been
squandered in trying to induce Duka-
bors aud othor ollal of Europe,
to     transport     themselves and their
REVELSTOKE
vs. KAMLOOPS
The Revelstoke Boys Win—The
Score 9-4 in Iheir Favor
May 24th saw the ollicial opening
of the baseball season in Revelstoke,
when a team picked from tlie O.P.R.
played aud defeated the Kamloops
team, by a score ol !) to 4. Following is the ollicial score, as kindly
supplied by Mr, Breuuau, who acted
as scorer:
REVELSTOKE.
AB    R    H    PO A   E
...510921
. ...5     10     2     3     1
Bruce,    c.
Isom    3b 5
Wi'liou,   s.s i
Munro,   2b 2
llouser,   lb 5
Warner, cf i    0    2    1    «    0
Mcluerny   r.i 3     10     10     0
Cochrane,  I.t 4      13     0     0     0
Kstridge,   p 3     1     I)     0     1     0
0 0 3 0
0 3 0 0
3   11     I)     1
34     9     S   27
KAMLOOPS
rag the umpire, and a large population of small boys sal on the buBc
line where they would I"' able to
help  the catcher to miss the  ball.      I
Kamloops got n man home in tho
eighth; in the ninth innings, the
game fell to pieces, no less than live
of the Revelstove team getting safely ,
into pent. Kamloops in a last spasm
scored two, making lhe linul total I
0—4  in favor  of Hevelstoke. !
The game was won b.v Revelstoko
ou the superiority of their batting
and the good work of Pitcher Es -
tridgc. Tho Kamloops team did
some good work in thc held, hut
their batting was very weak, and
they appeared to lose heart too early in the game.
The conduct of the spectators demonstrates thnt the public of Revelstoke need educating in tho rules of
the game; Umpire O'llrian did good
work in a very difficult position, hut
he might have displayed more authority in ordering thnt. the Held be
kept clear, and thnt the numerous
but-in-skeys be confined to their proper place outside  the ropes.
? LOOK! LOOK! LOOK! AND READ
Actual comparison of Eastern Catalogue Prices, Freight added, with
IHIO'WSOZISr S   ZPIRICIES $
AB    R    H    PO  A   E
us   Conservative candidate  f-i
Kootenays      during    thc appr w'lwig
bye-election,  as unanimously    agreed
tliC   troubles  at  the  public  expenses      to
L-auuda. Agents were actually sent
over to Russia, to promise these
class of people free lands and trans*
upon at  the recent Conservative cn-   "UM OI   '™»lc lree laDlla »"<» trau.-
vention in Nelson, is in     accordance I)un' ami bom"*li P»M t0 steamship
with the prophesy made immediately
after th'. announcement of tna vucau-
cy by this paper, and will me«: with
tbe approvsl of all Conservatives ai.l
progressive Liberals throughout this
section ol the Kootenays
companies, in order that such scum
might be oR-loaded into this couutry
It will be the hope of every loyal
Conservative, that the present government will not continue this stupid policy of making pampered pets
of  the most  undesirable classes,  but
.... ,. , oi   ino  most,   undesirable  classes
Mr.  (jreen  .s au old parLam.'iitary
. .   ,       , ■_ '"e rather,  that they will carry    out
hand,   well  acquainted  with auu    tu- . * --any    om.
,     „ "ie   wishes   of   tho   people of   British
anciallv interested  in  tho  Ku'Heua'S, ,, ,      ,. , '     ' "'   u"1""
,,       , ,*,'.„ tolumbin and of  Canada, by setting
and be will make a good     i.nidiJiitc , * "»   '""-'•"'■s
from the local as woll as -lie l.om.n-"   °™ '00'   U»™  tho Pensions    of
ion point of view.   It is nit .irilevedl*8!*U?A "*«*»■ ""desirables, whose
,, , .   OI1'y  ideal   in  entering  this   colintrv
that tbere will bc any opposition i.nd .,    .  _ 6 """"''
is to  bleed  Canada of its monev and
preseut  appenrunces   point   tj  his  el-   , .,,... '
' I to  establish   here,   the      same  rotten
ection  by acclamation. .       ' . , """
] conditions  ol  subsistciu'e   which   they
jhavc already created in their native
The city council, as will be Been famine stricken lands,
(rom the report ol their last regular) The farms and fields ol Uld Untnr-
meet.ng publ.shed in this issue, arc io and Quebec, and the Uritish stock
getting down to practical business. ; nf our Anglo Saxon lathers, is -.luite
The test ol the power plant, vth.ch capable ot supplying all the populu-
has heen hanging hre lor many n.oii- tion Western Canada needs; it is an
ths, bas now been completed and! outrage upon the sous and daughters
lound satisfactory, whilst ,i u.finite Oi the men who laid tbc foundations
move bas al-o been made in mo .lir- of Canadian National Life, to sug-
ection ol tiually clearing up the s-w-1 gefit tbat they arc unable to popu'-
eragt muddle, which for years past, late this country, and to carry on
has been a stumbl.ng block iu the ' to a triumphant finish, the work ab-
path of civic progress. ly l*egun.
Revelstoke  has suffered in  tue p.isi — __
^a:Zc^'irLttt       Baseball Schedule
which  m.gbt  have  better  boon  decis-
.vely grappled with,  to drag or.     to     U" M""d"y l'v,'"'"K' M»» mh- "'•'
the detriment of Revelstoke and   the captaiM "' tLe ul,OVB "ume'1 league
ratepayers ""'  "llJ 'urn,eu  a  schedule.
' The present counc.l. as thev b.ccme    , T'"' B'"""S  m   '" **'* on "»"■■
t-ettei   acqua-.nt.rl  with the duties and     U>'  U"d      KriJuJr  CV(,u'nP8'   al     '
responsibilities of their     office      are0 HUal*-      The   baseball   public
displaying a  laudable  tendency     to' m:,y ,,e ;,H''""',I *■* tlu'"' " "     'e
get  sometb.ng done.  The decision  to "foo<l  bu"     |H"  ""'   ,U1  tb'''"' ' 'm*s
procatd with the preps  . the  wUi B,art ou tlnu'-   Tbl' 'o'lowmg is
tax sale notice for sewer and general 'tbv «'b«1"'«'
taxes for the year Ul-0. bas been ar-  M"v >*l8t—CI-.H.   vs.  J.B.C.
rived at only after mature consider-  Jun' *~''"ates  vs,  Businessmen.
•uon.     and a.   the only practicable  JuM 7-1'"'"p- n. C.P.H
step out ol tne preseut d.tticultv. Tue      JuM  "-Ousiiicsjiiimu  vs   *' R.C.
publ.c ol Revelstoke, who realise tbc  J"'"' 1,-r1' n- vs- Businessmen.
damage  done   tc*  the city   by  the ex-   J""1'  ls-IJ"'ate8 vs-  Ju   '
Miinu.T.    3b    4
Smith,   cf o
Munu, J. c 4
Bacon,   2b j
Burke,   r.f 5
Tail,     lb.
Irwin,   s.s.
liuyner,  I.f
McNab, p.
...3
 4
 1
. ...4
:»t.ng   uncertainty regarding th.s lew
■■    ■>■".   we  feel  sure,      up-
plsudi   tbU   .   .-..       and support ibe
-ii  tn    tbe.r     projected    policy.
matter  is d.sposed of
• |   ice tbe bn -
'^ •    .-ti  basis, and to pro-
.mportunt mat
ttrs    *hich  demand at  least  a    fair
the.r  attest.on.
Tb- irdlng the ad -
n    .    Komes   * r ;■
<*r*d teportsd  '
'   .-•   plo»-      •
minion immifi..'
,-  wbich so  m .'
•.*■     .  •       stand
• tlSh  Columbia,   ban  al
'•st Mj  In  »pite  o!   tbi D
i Iers. «u!  pi..*n..- I    •  ..*
the ;*Ȥ , ! i.'enada v.
■  two «omeii art     t.
:
I'*  :■ •   ■*; Inlon of the ed.*   i ol  th,-
pai-er,  so b a  back down un the vit-
"'   '. ••'•1 ■ ■ . ..ada to
enforce it» Immiirialioti U«» anl pro
'   ' ■ British Co
lumbia sgniosi tbe loDui .,( unasnin
liable AatoHCS, te s i:reat mistake,
And a very weak move on the part
of  the  Dominion  tfovcrnment.
Tbess Hindi* iroOMB the so culled
*ive- of two Hmdo agitators, who
had come themselves uninvited (nto
tbis White Mnn's Piovince. were
brnu^bt over to Canada. In dellnnce
I .' tbe laws of our country, and wltb
tbe express purpose tA making a test
raw u tO tb»' validity '■! the measures uken st tbe wish of every
White wtilrr in the province, to ex-
■ I'l'le the larml proMtm for ever,
from our midst.   And.  here we   have!
the DoainUn govsrnatnti in !«'* oil
Fucb s situation, abandoning     their,
June 21—C.P.R.   vs.  J.H.
June .'.'.—Businessmen vs. Poa.es
June M—Pirates vs.  C.  P.R
July  .'—BuBinessm.il  vs.   J'B.C.
July   '.—C.P.R.   vs.   Busliiejim n
July  'J—Pirates vs.   J.B. '
Those     Interested
* do well     to cut  it.
.'   and  keep  it  (or relere.iee.
The standing ot the lea« le H
iml'lished in the paper fr-. n i g
t.me.
38     4   11   27    11     4
Struck out by McNab, 7; by Estridge, 10; base on bulls oil McNab,
1; oil Estridge, 4; hit by pitcher,
llayucr, Wilson, 2; passed balls,
Bruce, 1; Munu, 1; wild throws, McNab, 1; Estridge 2; double pluy,
Munro to Houser; sacrifice hitB,
Smith, Irwin, Mclnerny; stolen bases
Burke, tuit, McNab, Isom; left on
bases,   Kamloops 11;  KevelstokeS.
Time of game 5:15'; umpireB O'Brien
uud (Jiflord, on buses; scorer, Breu -
nan.
The Kamloops team were managed
by Mr. Prest. At 2:35 thc teams
were lined up, Mr. T. Kilpatrick
threw the first ball opening the season, and amid cheers from tbe rooters for both sides, tho game com -
menced.
Thc first innings was very uneventful, neither side scor.ug, but in the
second, Revelstoke began to get busy
Munroe made a hit aud got to first,
] Houser also foiiud the ball, and
both men held the baseB, Warner
took the bat, made a hit, the pitcher stopped the ball, but made a wild
throw to third, who fumbled, and
Munroe got borne. Mclnerny followed nt tbe bat. sacrificed, and Houser
got home. Score at end of second iu
uings, 2—0 in favor of Hevelstoke.
In the third inning-, the Revelstoke
pitcher, Estridge. began to demonstrate his superiority which continued to the end of the game, tbe Kam
loops batsmeu could uot und the Lull
even with three meu on bases thej
failed to score, whilst "U the Revel-
sioke side. Houser continued his good
work with the bat and the visitors
wsre fortunate In saving themselves
od  work in  the field.
In the fifth Revelstoko made a ne.it
double play, Munro to Houser
tlngting out base runueis ,,t first
and second, and tbe end of tbe nfth
inningB saw the score st.li standing
nt 2—0.
In  the sixth,   the Kamloops players
fell ofl considerably la tbe Held, as a
of errors,     »ilson and Mui.ro
lome lor  Revelstoke.   Kamloops
ii
one man  home, acorc at c,  -.    ' ■..
favor ol Revelst"t«
lags the pla    •
.th sides, several long
ok    place   letff
rs  and  the  piayers.  and  a  noisy
rr.iw : a0(j
oonfuaton br   no-
' play   Kv
ervons   wbo  thought they might   Ion
—■   :.'P'*1   it   their  d ity to
REVELSTOKE OPERA  HOUSE
Tapping & AUwood. Lessees and Managers
THE  GREATEST COMEDY IN YEARS
"CASEY
JONES"
JUNE 1st., 1912
With the Famous Little Comedian "OLLIE MACK
Late Star of cTWtirray C& CMiick
Supported by
Miss Pearl Golding
A Great Caate   You'll I^iikIi Till You're Red in the Face.
Prices, . $1. 75c, 50c, 25c
Srat Sale ni Macdonald's .Drag More
Kitchen Chaiis	
Kilchen Cabinet        id
Dining Table	
Dining Chairs	
Dresser and Stand	
Winnipeg Price   Weight Freight   Total    Howson's Price Delivered
Bed	
Bed	
Dominion Spring	
Child's Cot	
Ostermoor Mattress.
SDc
miii    23c    ik
ii
ii
70c
$ B 75
1501b .] Sic $10 ll
ii
ii
$ 9.60
$10 55
1051b   3 8/    14 42
ii
ii
14.40
88c
121b     28c   1 IB
ii
ii
1.20
8 95
1501b 3.52 12.47
ii
ii
13.00
125
1601b 3.76 15.01
ti
li
14.00
3 55
601b   1.41    4.96
ii
ii
5.20
5 35
681b   1.59   6.94
ii
il
7.20
2 40
601b   1.41    3.81
ii
ii
4.00
5 10
751b   1.76   6.86
ii
tl
7.20
15.00...
.$16.50
We make our profit by shipping in oarload lots, thereby saving [frelRht rates.   Bring
* oatalugua giving description of other goods not specified in this list to our store and we
^ prove our statements,   Remembor we deliver goods and set up free from breakage.
I R. HOWSON & CO. REVELSTOKE, B. C.
4   ■♦.  m't'm   .'fr.  .*K  .'tt  sfr.   .♦*  Ax   l±i   Stl   ti.   ijl ttt   ijl   il'l   t'j'l   |T|  i'l*!  til iJa XJI iXj itt llV i'ii  l*frl  itk  il'l il'l  lii  il'l lil   1*1*1   l*frl   1*1*1   iTi  t'frt   I
7 IJ.I l$l 1J.11^1 tyl l,f,l •$**$**$**PTjT'lTtP "J.1 W lV 'J.1 *V lV *V V 'X1"   + ,+l '•t1 'X1 W '+11*1 V V W *V ," ,+l '+1 *
CASEY JONES'
At
The
the
famous little comedian Ollie Mack
as "Casix"
Opera House on Saturday   Night next
Announcement Made
London, May '2',—Announcement
was made today tbat EMson Joseph
C'humlicrlnin, vice iiresident oi tbc
•Gran.l Trunk Pacitic railway, lms
l*en appointed to succeed Cbarlcs
M. Havi". who lost his life in the
Titanic disaster, as president of the
Orand Trunk Railway company in
Canada.
TO LET—Three nice rooms lo let
over the Maniiini; store. Apply to
Mr. H. Mnnniiig.
FOR SALK—Horse and harness, also
liK-ht Kxpreas Wagon. Apply Uox
227,   Revelstoke,   B.O. 4t.   M.ll
Progressing Favorably
:. :, ii g   ai.,>• 24—Doctors ,n attend
anc-u on Uoneral booth o( the Salvation army. * ».,*- operated on yes-
r«r;„y Ioi cataract, issued the following julletin this morning. "Tbe
General's eye .s do.ng exceptionally
well."
New Bank for Windermere
Tbc  Imp-en-al   Ilimk  "I ('".rn'ia lave
opened   a  nu I'twere,
..luagem'ut   •■(   Mr
0   w   Rn
Mil      ||      '    |.l   .1     ',11
Tuesday and   . nch  WOek.
Smoker for McMynn
A   niuiiiuivU,   xmoker   w is   h' I I      In
i iy ev
'   'l.lll.
•
• ■
agent   I
FUR SALE—Small House, centrally
located. All conveniences. Easy
terms.   Box 733,  Kevelstoke. 2t.
FOR SALE—Oue Team light horses,
also wagon and sleigh, at a reas -
onable prlee. Apply to A.Rebbucie,
Old Town.
WANTED—An experienced general
housemaid, must lie plain cook. No
washing. Wages twenty-bve dollars
per montb.   Apply Mrs. C. B.Hume
WANTED—Boy about 10 or 17 ysars
ol age, for General Store. Apply
in own hand writing lo Lindsay
Ware & Co., Ltd., Deaton,  B.C.
MATERNITY HOME-Ms. Watson,
east track, lms open, d tier uew
Iiiiiim' as a Maternity Hume. Tel ma
reasonable. Apply Boi 28, jirs. NM
G.   Watson.
WANTED—A small boy to delivery
papers f,,r tbo Mall Herald, after
I |. in , ITadnssAay* and Saturdays.
Apply   to   Mall llriuld   (Miii,
tm  H0w» .       -bow      window
Baauoeka and couches.
Drop   .ii   at   tne   8'.gar   tiowi      f.,r
tha' . .-
■*r.   or   sweetheart   will   hp,,rsci
ste  it.
Try  one  oi  Probyn'S «p<k:.iiI  dl»bi«
"am cnil-M  the    '( arpathlan"
■auie,
TOR   HK.NT -Aii   eiKht loomed   Mouse
1   bait in re f.ii.ii'ii planted     m
..saortad vegeta*1d<is.—II. N. Coursler
WANTED
WANTED-A   DrfSstnaksr   to   ■/
I.y   ths  fey.—Apply    Mall
Hsratd
WANTBD   '.ul   for     iremrnl    hOUM
work    clood iragas.     Appl}
Ofllce
WANTEl. K, . Oood Millwrights. -•
Apply c E Kendall, Rnvslstokr
Hotel
FOR BALH ' MEAT Fivn year old
drMOg Mare, nil,her lyrod buggy,
BttttSI mi'l single harness, all in
good run.Iiii,,n. iiwnrr leaving the
city,   Uoi  »14  Oity.
FOR  SALE—Modern  ten-room  house,
«itu»t»d      ii    Third street, Ratal-
le, in ti"    * i i. .i.hiiiii   uis-
'   iios is a siiii|. mi i w.ii bear
thoi.i.-h   InspeOUon.    Apply   Mr. W.
IM     I i. i.I   irtreet,   Itevelstoke.
I|  girl  of  about   10
Ol   12  years  ol  .ig.*.   who  in  fond  of
'.mi*   . hal I"'  "f  ii   I.ahy
en-iy ut. i :,.,oii of   SMfa   day   of   the
.ht»•»<iy raptoynienl f"i good
fill     Apply   to   Mall Herald.
H-lf   you   nf.*   a   g I   s.ili's
"id  can  handle  n   gen. ral   ag
• im t .1.   Ravalatoki Oity and   Di»
bat will make you trig mon
cy Irom Ilis stint, wi.tn us iiiiiiii-'I
■ ately     This  is  nol  real  ec'
strictly sonmsroMd lines and     mu
local BgWHl aie niakmi; leu dollafl
I daj   'lll'l   up    We  will   i'UI'    exclus-
Iti territory to rtgbl mas and you
ran appotol  your own sub agents
II 0, HALES AGENI'Y. S07 Do-
nunion Trust Dutldtng, Vancou»ef,
1).  (J,
Sash, Doors, Mouldings
Turnings Etc.
We are in the manufacturing business of
Sash, Doors, Mouldings, Turnings, Show
Cases, Office and Bar Fixtures, Screen
Doors and Windows made to order and all
kinds of repair work done in good order.
We have a full line of building supplies, lime
cement, plaster, Hard Wall Finish, bricks,
Sewer Pipe, Plaster Plaster Board, Roofing
cTWetal, Lath and all kinds of Glass, Oils,
Paints, Varnish, all colors and tints.
Much pleasure in quoting anything in the
Building Line.
Revelstoke
Sash and Door Factory
GEO. D. SHAW, Prop.
P. O. Box 295," Revelstoke,[B. C.
People of Revelstoke, Do Not Be Downhearted
We have the Resources. Capital will come to us
BOOST!    BOOST!
In the time of Peace, Prepare for War.
Now is the time to place money in Revelstoke.
Do not wait for the coming raise.
Call and See Me Before Investing.
W. B. ROBERTSON
Our Doctors Anti-Septic Shoe is Proving a Winner
This last is fillinR a long felt want and its waterproof qualities are standing the test.
We carry a full line of the famous Pene-
tang Shoe pack and all kinds of rubber footwear.
Once a customer always a customer. Satisfaction guaranteed.
ARMSTRONG   &.   COMPANY
Boot and thos Rapalrsra, Snddlsrs Harnaaa Mnksrs
*
THE CANADIAN  BANK
OF COMMERCE
IIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., L.L.D., D.C.L, Psesidint
ALEXANDER LAIRD, General MANAOIR
CAPITAL - $10,000,000
REST, -  $8,000,000
COLLECTION   BUSINESS
With its largs number of branches, agents and correspondents, Tha
Csnadisn Bank of Commerce is able to effect collections throughout
the world promptly and at reasonable rates. Rates trill ba quoted 6n
application.
FOREIGN   BUSINESS ^
Cheques and drafts on all countries of the world, drawn in sterling,
francs, marlc<, lire, kronen, florins, roubles orany other foreign currency,
can be negotiated at Thc Canadian Bank of Commerce at reasonable *>tes,
KEVMLBTOKK   BRANCH'-F. M. QtBSON. MOR. SATURDAY,  MAY 25th,  1912.
THEE  IMl^IL-IIIEiRJLr.ID,   REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,  MAY  25th,   1912.
TO BE DISTRIBUTED FREE IN THE
/*
Great Prize Voting Contest
ty
■■'
The Prizes will be given to the People who secure the most Subscriptions for the entail-Herald
during the next six weeks. Here is a chance lo secure a valuable Prize lor an effort. Contest is open to all respectable men and
women, boys and girls of Rjevelstoke and District. Nothing is ever gained by standing back and allowing others to have the best
things of life.    Enter Your Name To-day.
Rules of the Contest
Any man, woman, hov or t;irl, whose residence is within
the circulation  *oue of THE  MAIL-HERALD,   may enter the
contest.
No employee ol THK MAIL-HERALD or member of his or
or her family ii*. eligible.
Contestants uiay nominate themselves or be nominated by a
friend,
The name of a person who places a contestant iu nomination
will not be divulged.
THK MAIL-HERALD reserves thc ri-^lit lo reject any nomination without giving the reason for so doing.
Contestants may secure subscriptions anywhere.
Votes will beissuetl accottling to the advertised schedules.
Any payment may be made by a person now taking TDK
MAIL-HERALD extends the subscription from the date to which
subscriber lms paid. Old subscribers, as well as new, by paying
advance or by paying past due accounts will help the candidate,
THK MAIL-HERALD reserves the right ts alter any contest, rule or condition, except lhat the value of the prizes shall
not be reduced.
Candidates must turn In subscriptions as soon ns received.
In entering the contest candidates signify their intention to
be governed by the above rules.
NOMINATION BLANK
The MAIL-HERALD'S
$1,800 Voting Contest
I.OOO
VOTES
I   desire  to make
nomination :
Name	
Address
 1912
the   following
Nominated by
Address
NOTE This nomination blank Is good for l.ooo free votoo
Only ono nomination will bo aceopted for each oandldato
Tho nuriH of persona making nominations wlll not bo divulged.
GRAND PRIZE OPTIONS
1. $850 Player Piano.
2. Trip to New York and Seaside for party of two people.
All expenses paid.
3. $600 in Cash.
SECOND PRIZE
UPRIGHT GRAND PIANO
FOUR DIAMOND RINGS
The Candidates who stand  third, fourth, fifth and sixth
will each receive a Beautiful Solitaire Diamond Ring
FOUR GOLD WATCHES
The Candidates  who stand seventh, eighth, ninth,   and
tenth, will each receive a Waltham Gold Watch
THE VOTE SCHEDULES
From Period of May 25th to June 8
One Year $   2.50	
Two years      5.00	
Three years      7.50	
Four years    10.00	
Fiv9 years    12.00	
Ten years    25.00	
2,000
5,000
.10,000
20,000
30,000
75,000
SECOND PERIOD   June 8th to June 22nd
One year $ 2.50
Two years  5.00..
Three years  7.50..
Four years  10.00.
Five years  12.50.
Ten years  25.00..
1,600
. 4,000
8,000
15,000
25,000
60,000
THIRD PERIOD—June 22nd to July 6th
One year $   2.50  1,200
Two years      5.00  3,000
Three years      7.50  7,000
Four years  „     lO.Oii         20,000
Five years    12.50 20,000
Ten years    25.00   45,000
INFORMATION BLANK
CONTEST ^MANAGER
THE MAIL-HERALD:
Please send me detailed information concerning the Mail-Heralds $1,800 CONTEST
and the method to be pursued to win one of the
many valuable prizes.
Name	
Address	
Telephone No 	
CUT THIS OUT eJlND SEND OR BRING
TO THE CONTEST OFFICE
How to Enter the Contest
Nominate yourself or a friend today—THIS MINUTE. Call up on the Telephone (K) or drop
a card to the Contest Manager, and you will be supplied with the necessary information and stationery. Get your friends and acquaintances who are not taking The Mail-Herald to subscribe. If
they arc already subscribers, get them to pay all past due accounts and then subscribe for a year or
more in advance. See everybody—it makes no difference where they live. You will receive votes
for all money turned in for or by you. Write to your friends—all of them. Early energy spells
success. Six short weeks of hustling will make you the winner of a prize that would ordinarily take
you several years to secure. Your friends will subscribe for The Mail-Herald and they will be
pleased to help you. Give them the opportunity. Clip out nomination the blank and send or bring
it to thc Contest Ollice. Everything will be made plain to you. You can win thc Capital Prize
if you make up your mind to do so.
The Contest System
t.iai.£*mMjm
Ai.i. of the splendid prizes listed in this announcement, and possibly others to lie announced
later, will bc awarded on the basis of votes secured in the contest. Votes will bc allowed on all
subscription payments of $i.oonr more to The Mail-Herald. Votes cannot be secured in any other
manner than as above mentioned. A subscription iccord will be issued for each payment made.
This record will show lhc name and address of subscriber, the amount paid and what for, the number of votes issued and the contestant's name. A duplicate will be kept on file at thc Contest Office
to be counted by the Judges at thc close ofthe contest. Thc Judging Committee will be composed
of representative business men, and ihev will award thc prizes on the night of July 6th. Thc contest will bc divided into three periods. Twenty per cent, more votes will be allowed during the lirst
period than the second period.    The third period provides for a further reduction of twenty pcr cent.
Contest Opens May 25 j
j
Send in Your Own Name or the Name
of a Friend TO-DAY
!
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bai
c/4ddress all Communications, etc., to
Contest Manager,
Mail-Heral 1, Revelstoke, B. C.
P. O. Box No. 914
Phone No. 8
j Contest Closes July 6
A Prize for an Effort
An Effort for a Prize
i SATURDAY,  MAV  35th,  1912.
THE  ^VCJLIL-HEJRJ^Lr),  REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, MAY 26th,  1912.
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A candidate in the MAIL-HERALD'S Great Prize Voting Contest has the chance of a life-time. Never
"Z___l before in history has any individual or company of Revelstoke made an offer so full of promise as the
Mail-Herald makes to you.
TTrpvTD T\ of explanation-In the short period of less than six weeks, some person will be the winner
of a great prize. Votes count more at the first of the contest than at the last. There is a
decrease of 20 per cent, in the schedule every two weeks. The first period closes June 8th. Early work
counts most
rpr\ fully understand this g reat   contest, see   ad.   on   Page 3.    The   Contest Office is  in the Mail-
Herald Building, McKenzie Avenue and Second St.   All questions regarding this Contest will be
cheerfully answered.   Call or Phone No. 8.
'PTTTJ1 Pr*zes wiU be given to the people who secure the most subscriptions for the Mail-Herald.    Noth-
__________*______ is ever gained by standing back and allowing others to have the best things in life.
TTTTOTp  is the person who starts out now and hustles and keeps on hustling until July 6th.   Great
mmBBBmammnm^ will be his re ward.   Hustle!   Keep on hustling is the. password to success.   There
[Ono reason on earth why YOU can't get your share of the prizes.   It is really surprising how easy it
 will be for a good hustler to win, but you must hurry and get as many subscribers as you can, as the
race will be over July 6th.   A word to the wise is
OTTTPTPTOI TP"N"T 1   ^ust kear in mind' for y°u the £ates of opportunity have been opened wide.
OU ^ *   $1,800 IN PRIZES will be given away.    This is fortune's greeting to you.
Acknowledge the greeting and enter your name to-day.
j
PREMIER GIVES
GOOD ADVICE
Casey Jones ,
Uaj  35- Hon   Kicbai I  Vic
Briilem  Premu i   *•;  British I onu t   u
was ii-j't   ■•*:>'  busy   liter bia arrival
i le loun i time,  u. waver
to ki ... -     Interviews. Uie:u • mii.: ;
Tne  question  u!  investm at*  .1,  I i.t 1
:     IS   :.'   6 ,.,:
1 ways tried tu emphasize
ttie :.-       .-.    I   nvestors 1 ituer oxaui
the   : 1   pertiei   tbemi . **j.-;    •_:
.   part * ..ie   to  ..ei   iin.ui
tia:ii.n*;-J   iy    ttie     most respe
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- itbei   .
not CODtl tb;
Lands  wil
Oliver Labadie's latest Comedy eu.
cess which will lie seen under tti.
management of Norton & Andrew at
tlie opera house, Saturday, June l"t.
1- .*i comedy of character types and is
distinguished by an abut
wholesomo humor, euergetic act
breezy repartee and sympathetic
touches of human emotion, mter-
spersed with numerous pinging an.l
'lunr n^r numbers.
Ollie Mark ol    Murray and     .\i«mk
'.ini'-. will  ho seen .11 thc 1
bis  letl  eyelid knowingly.
"Tell him lie wns very bad, nnd
send Imn straight bome to bed, and
t li-11 visit him every day or .1 month." be repHed succinctly,
Ttie examiner m.vle a murk on thn
I>ni>cr  before  bim.
1     with hi ii' re,"   I m
mented.   "You're  wastini
here,  my  boy    i'.u away,     an:     _•■
your brass plats up *s -1 >n at ;
...    al,
s al
•   ■■■.■
pear!     iiui.Imi;.   fui nn'i,,   "f     /.tc.%
•    "       "   •••'"•**..,, ....'        ,   •
Sikh Women May Remain
•• awa   Mm Mr ''.' the
Sikhs who     - .»d st Van
«. „ >.
lind >.       •     the . - ition act aad
».dera-
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the   ' ts   I
'
ta the hus
ng    a
.n tin
H.H
'•awa   mi  Thur.day   a:
Mr   Rogers 1     cation
Mi   1 ths eir
tbe g m
•►    li      icj    nder I U    Ifi
» ill s
. I   be     . Minr
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LIQPOR   ACT.   1910.
Notice is hereby given that on the
ISth day uf June next. application
will be made to the Superintendent
ol Provincial Police for the grant of
a license fur tbe Hale uf liquor hy
retail in and upon tbc premises
n aa Humbert Hutel, situated
near itevelaloKe, ISA'., upuu the lands
described as Lut 1, block A,     i'luu
lb
Dated   tbis  26th of  May.   1911.
Roeorio   l)"Siuioiue.   Applicant.
NOTIOB.
1  District.
Mt  Kootenay,
'lake uot.r.' that 1 Al..'" H.Uman,
of Oerrard, B.I., uccupet.on Mains i
Aumui.. inu ','i'iy i"i  perm
..    ate-
...
■ i    on
iut Lake ahout
"   chains u* rt.i
Irom   tun of   Lot
•
-
Trout
2*1   * l.i.ou      rii xi    to
I    •
Imll*' *«
Da" |]   of May   I III
ALICI   H1LLMAM
H. W. EDWARDS
TAXIDERMIST
Animal    Rugs,   Game
Heads and  Birds
Mounted
P.O.Box 31, Revelstoke
Sewing Machines
A nice new stock of Singer and Wheeler Wilson Sewing Machines
For Stle or Hire
by the month  at Manning's.
All kinds of machine needles
stocked.
H. MANNING.   Agent.
UNION  CIGARS
Inland Revenue Standard for Cigars is 22 lbs. per
1,000. By statistics our Union contains 25 lbs. per
1,000. That proves quantity! What about quality ?   Ask the Smokers and Try One yourself.
UNION  CIGAR  FACTORY
RETELSTOKE, B. C.
'.
■ -       *. un
-
Kllll' I ■     '    * ;:.,..n.
Ified to  .ii., , .. nl   ■■
'
irt of I
Mine,,*, Harris,     *,'*,. itifted
I '..ii.   Webei   .-.*   v. Ul    product!, uh foi
wHt an expenditure ol ■ „,,i
w tli c i   be   able the rob  "I Misi   Merrifleld     the
that  tins yeai ,      Incial   .:., ,    long
■     itur" bas •■      ip not I     •**'    *,,, king Id hei   mo t ileelr
CJ00.0W .     i   roadi    and  ,*.:   •■,,,,,    , *      replied   "No,    hut a
bridges."
im the ijui ths prices a
f.,i fi 'i.t Isodi li Bi Itltta i lolumbia,
.Mi McUri'le snul 'hat af comi'iiie I
with such neighboring  fruit districts
h:    Uenatrber   and   Vakiiiia,   just   ovei
the frontier In ths     i'nited   States,
pal
of   miik*-   Would,
Had Learii&d His Lesson
of
It wn- the 'innl     examination
tb«   medical   .lililenm,   and   then:
th.-se prices  were  by no means    out  much lubdued eicltecpenl
of tbe way.   Men     who leniiy threwI   "Now, suppose a man • nne to you
th. rnselves into the bueloMt and took   ivM«tlj   a   well-to-do   person."   The
propti care of II bad made Iota   of wamlnw  asked onl bright young fel
mone;  frnm their orchanli. Il"*'. "nn'' *"v" ''"" " '"n" lml     "'
symptoms.  Huy you lounded  hnn nud
found nbiolutely nothing the matter
se How on1     bow    window    tor'*'"'* KW,ui >'011 do?"
Jl.*uni.utks aud I'OUCbO. TU*  I'right young fellow     dropped
Arrow lake Steamers
- .*«it i.
.Old I'.uttrll	
in'-   lm   •■
■
*.:,   the   Arrow  l.ik.*.      Ml
,nd Arrowhead on M.
 "l     II *!   Uir   Kool
taken     off.   On that dats I
• ,11   Ink.'   tbe "I   tM|
fi  ii,  \n.,*.' Iiimi'I. snd the ii* nnington
the folios ng   laj    The li"
and   Rossland  havi   been isry  *h..r
onghly  overhaul, d  and it I
for iim inmmei trafHi
Try one of Probyn'! speeial -ItHiifn
dI Ice cream called tbt "Carpathian"
Bmlle,
Drop m nt  Hi" M.igiu  iiowi    for
thnl   bOl   Of   . lb"." I'.'. 11.   voni      "if".
n.'iMiei, oi  sweetheart win spiireci
ate it.
.   .."..-*        UMI    fi
days after date  I  in"
-. . .       ,     ■
I' .        '   •* , •   ■
» i mit, and t.,
w.ng
Iseeiibed     las I    Pari ol tbt I     ■
ti M.
I(»ngn  2c   *' .   Kb   M.* . 'h "f
ad
lay   'rt   Ma>
prrr* o  iiaimi
Fruii Land;
FOR SALE
flslfna   Huy   lanils in psrui- ol
HI or ".() goret tir nn liloti.     Corriis-
|.oii.iciii t Infill .1.
John Shaw, Agent.
Box 616 Arrowhead
ROYAL naval OOLLHOH nK
OANADA, HALIFAX, N.S.
ii,.- nail cumulation for the entry
of   NiivhI   < udetH  will   lie   beld  at  liu
*..   '• uiu-  ol   Un*   i ,. ,1   Ser
* ommiaeion In  Navemhir  LtiSj
parents  Ol   ginudianM      of    inuuiding
candidates should apply  to tlm Sec-
1 i .il     Service   I'mnm  .      i*.
Ottawa, im anii y papers belort   in
unit.
'   Hi'li'liiteH     must    i"   i,i*i* mh    ib.,
ngnn of  11 ,inil  li, on   IkI  OmI...,.*.,. >l.I
' inlet* arn trainnd for  appointment
..» iillieeis in thn Nnvnl   BtrViOS,    Hi*
Uie College  being two y.niH
folio**".i i,y ,,,„, ypm in |    Training
Cruiser,  nflei   wbiob   Oadett   ne  nil
*    Mi.lNhipmen.
Kutii.'i detHiie "aii i.o obtained oa
,. Ition   to  .iii.l.i.irii.* i.
0, J. D1SBARAT0,
n.'inity Mmist.i, Department
..( t.he Naval Hcrvics.
In I'liitinent   of   tbe   Nnvnl   Heivlce,
Ottawa,  Mny l.tb.  I'll:.
'   we    L    I '
"CIVIL    SKHV1CE    ACT."
Tbe qualifying cxuminatioiiB for
Tbu-d-ciahS clerss,  Junior Clerks und
* i * n...imi'ii. im will bo beld at tbo
following places, commencing on
Tuesday, the Hnd July next:—Arm-
strong, Chilliwtick, Cumberland, Uuu
cun, tioldon, Criind Forks, Kamloops
Kaalo, Kclowiiu, 1.1.'ly.*.i.mh, Nunui-
uiu, .Nolsuu, Now Westminster, l'euch-
Inli.l. III...*.' liupel't, I'mii! imIi.ii, Uev
■ * in.*.**, Hoi.iiIiumI, .i.iliiiun Arm,Summerlund,   Vuucuuver,   uud   Victoria.
i .....i.'i.ii... must bo Hi il i*.h sub -
jii i between tlio ugos of 21 uud ,ul,
il lor I nu.i .in.*,ii Clerks, aud be-
tweou Ili aud 21, if for Junior Clerks
or   .ileliiigl'iiiibers.
Apimi nm.mm will not be accepted
if received later tbuu tbo 15th June
next. lb...
bection 7 of tbo "Civil Hervlce Aot"
provides  tbut  temporury  clerks    und
stenographers,   who   buvc   not beeu
I'l'uinily     appointed    by    Order     ln
Council,   must  puss   tbis  examination
I'.  WALKKH,
ilegistrur,  Civil  Service.
1st n.Hiie  May  tith.
anlrhlir  atapt cnnShl.   cares  cobii.  he-ail
ia e.mt:
NOTICK.
KevelHluko   Luud   limliiel.
District   of   Wont  Kootenuy
Take notico  lhat Luna A.   Blondin,
J of  Halcyon,   11.  C,  occupution  lunr-
i ie.1 woman, totende to upply for i er-
iiiiiision    to     pui chase the fo.lowing
described  laud:
Oommenalng at n post plunted   ou
, the South Hoiin.luiy sixty chains west
of tbe south cast corner of Lot 7072;
thence south HI cbains, theuce east
40 chains, tbence north 20 tbuins,
to said soutb boundary of Lot 7072
tbence west along said boundary 4(1
chnins more or less to poiut ol commeuoement, containing 80 acrea  i	
nr less
I'iitcd  March Utb,  1912,
Lana A.  Ulondio,
Hugh I'atintuu, Agent
WATKU  NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given tbut Willis
Johu Armstrong, of KevelBtoke, U.
C, will upply for u license to tuke
uud use six (GJ miuers inches of water out of Mill Creek, which flows in
a ...mi h cui.i.i ly direction through
Section 2'J, Towuxbip 25, Rang« 2,
West of tho lith Moridnn, and empties into I .....*.i Wiithu river, near
Big Kddy, b.C. Tho wuter wlll be
diverted nt 200 feet above 0. P, R,
truck and wilt bo um*.I for irrigation
purposes ou thc laud described as 115
ucres, purl soction 'i'i, township 23,
range 2, west of Ctb Meridan.
'Iliih notice wns posted on the
grouud on tbe l ith day ol April, 1912
Tbc application will be filed ln ths
ollice of the Water llecorder at Revelstoke, Bl 0.
Objections muy  be  bled  with     the
.n.l     Wuter     llecorder or  with the
Comptroller of Water  Rights,    Par -
li,un.uii   Hull.Ino,..,   Victoria, 13.  0.
W1LL1B   J.  ARMSTRONG
Applicant, hi
j^
EXAMINATION    FOR   INSPECTION
OF  STEAM-UOILER8   AND
MACHINERY,
KxumiiinUons for tbe position of
Inspectors of Steam-boilers uud Mu -
cliinery, under tho "Stcum-boilcrB Inspection Act," will be beld ut the
Parliament Buildings, Victoria, commencing May l-'-tli, 1912. Applicutlon
and Instruction forms cun be bad on
application to the undersigned, to
whom the former must lie returned
correctly filled In, not later than May
1st, 1912. Salary, 9130 pcr month, in
creasing $5 per month per annum to
a maximum of tlBQ per montb.
JOHN TECK,
Chief Inspector  of  Machinery,
Ntw Westmimttr, B.C*,
t WEDNESDAY,  MAY 29th,  1912.
THE MAIL-HEEALt), REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,   MAY  J9th,   1912.
MALAKWA NOTES
Parties deBiring information regarding ths Valley of the Garden ol
Eden, can obtain same free ol chargo
by writing to Mr. J. H. Johnson,
Malakwa,  B.  C.
A well known Winnipeg publication
in a recent issue devotes consider -
able space to a special article on
Fruit Growing in British Columbia.
After goiug into details to substantiate its claims that Iruit growing
does puy well,  it concludes.
"An iustance of the big profits to
bo derived in this wuy is tbut ot au
owuer of a smnll truct oflnnd iu thc
famous Garden ot Eden Valley iu
British Columbiu, ut Mulakwa station on the main line of thc 0. P. R:
Sticking to hie work in a near by
town, his wife and 6ou worked the
luud, breaking two and a half acreB
tbe first year. The next season it
went into vegetables uud that year
it showed a net prolit ot J1.W0. It
was only the other duy that this
Edeu Vulley settler retusod a bund-
some ligure for his land.
$4_%
j8&
■ •Jy&w&r  -lia
|jjfe
tasHraxm
'%&®w
1 m
■<?
ytyy
*. >
Tlie Haley nf
"The Garden of Eden"
Situated at MALAKWA AND CRAIGELLACHIE. B. C.
Just 32 Miles West of   Revelstoke,  and   Extending  between Sicamous Junction to Three Valleys Station
Area of First-Class Land-20.000 Acres
Character Of Land   Principally Level.
f.harartar nf ^nil   Bench   Lands,  Clay   Loam  and Vegetable
UlldiaUCI  Ul  OUII   Mould, while on Lower Lands Black Loam
Prevails.
Nn Iitm ltinn   Positively no irrigation is needed as Valley is sub-
liu IlliyailUII   irrigated, and many creeks supply water for Domestic purposes.
This Land is specially adapted for Large and Small Fruits, as well as
Hay and Vegetables.
Moderate Climate   Freezing is  Average Winter Weather.
Prices of Land Reasonable
For Further Particulars About This Garden Spot of B. C, Watch This Page
of the MAIL-HERALD Each Week
"Another instance ol the prolific
growth at tbe Valley ot the Garden
ot Kden, it instanced by a settler,
who on an eight acre tract had one
and u halt acres planted in smull
fruits. At the end ot the second year
he had shipped 750 crates, whicli
brought bim an aggregate ot 11.80 or
■11,350."
The above are only two instances
out ot many others wbo are now mak
ing money in the Garden ol lSden
Valley at Malakwa, and if any one
has doubts as to whether fruit fanning in small or large fruits will pay
or not, they have only to make a
trip among tbe happy settlers of the
Garden ot Eden Vulley and see ter
tbcmselvcB.
By establishing high standar Is and
thc practice of high ideals both in
tbe quality of theii products and
business methods, tbc fruit growers
of tbe Valley of the Garden of Kden,
should have a large share in build -
ing up tbe commercial character of
this fair province, which like the
golden beams of the siiminer twilight
Fhcds its influen.-c over tbe great Do-
in.in.mi of Canada.
. . It Might Be Cold. . ,
IBTTT
It is always hot in the plunge at Halcyon Hot Springs,
whose natural hot medicinal waters are the most wonderful health restorer on the Continent. Our,record of cures J
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,
Haloyon, Arrow Lakes
Union  Hotel
i JUST NKWLY RKPAIRED
RATES,      .     $1.50 PER DAY
Weekly and monthly rates to be arranged.       Meal Tickets, 21 meals for f6.IX)
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
A. P. LKVKSQUK, Proprietor
Laughton C& Tapping, Props. First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
European Plan
Open Day and Night. - Meal Tickets, $6.00
MONTHLY BOARD
Strictly First Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with Bath
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
J.   ALBEET     STOIDTE!      PEOP.
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
EnlargeI   and Improved.    First-Class in every respect.    All modern convenience!
Large Ham pie i tonus.
Rat' o $2.00 per day       Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke. B.C.
HOTEL CLIMAX RESTAURANT
wmmmmmm^mm OPEN NIGHT AND DAY1—mm^^— fl
White Help Only Employed
Board by the Day or Week
Night Restaurant—Short Order
W. C.  BATCHELOR,       -       (-^Manager.
Rosedene Nurseries
Revelstoke. B. C.
House Plants, Ferns, etc.
Cut Flowers, Roses, Carnations, etc
Thos. Newell, Prop.
I Designs Box 51 Phone 295
[UNION HOTEL
ARJWWHKAD, B. C.
Special AlUnti .i. iiiti ii to i-.iiiiiiier.in
men , and toorlKtu Kirst-claw*. lampl
rooms. Ku-cst scenery in Uritish Columbia, overlooking Upper Arrow Lake
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer     Draying
Handling Pianos a Specialty
W.J. Lightburne, Prop Phone 42 -   Night Phone 85
SYNOPSIS   OF COAL MlftlNG
REGULATIONS.
Coal mining rights ot tbe Dominion
in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, tbe Yukon Territory, the
North-west Territories and in a portion ot the Province of British Columbia, may be leased lor a term 01
tweuty-oue yearB at an annual rental ol $1 an acre. Not more tban
i,iiiii) acres will be leased to one applicant.
Application for lease must be made
by the applicant in person to tbo
Agent or Sub-Agent ut the district
in which the rights applied for are
situated.
In surveyed territory the land must
be described by sections, or legal
sub-divisions of sections, and In uu
surveyed territory tbe tract applied
for shall be staked out by the ap -
plicant himself.
Kach applicant must be accompanied by a fee of (5 which will be refunded it tbe rights applied tor are
not available, but not otherwise. A
royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of tbe mine at the
rate of Uve cents per ton.
Tbe person operating tbe mine shall
furnish the Agent with sworn returns
accounting tor the full quantity ot
merchantable coal rained and pay tbe
royalty thereon. If tne coal mining
rights are not being operated, such
returns should be furnished at least
once a year.
The lease will Include the coal mia-
ing rights only, but tho lessee may
be permitted to purchase whatever
available surface rights may be considered necessary [or tbe working ol
tho mine at tbe rate of 110.00 an
aero.
For full Information application
should tie made to tho Hccr-Hnry of
tlie Department of the Interior, Ot-
tawa, or to thc Agent or Bub-Agent
ot Dominion  Lands.
W.  W. C0RV,
Doputy Minister ot the Interior.
N.B.—Unauthorized publication ot
this advertisement will uot lie paid
for.
Dr. de Van's Female Pills
A reliablt French regulator; never (nits. These
p.lh nre exceedingly powerful In regulating tht
*>."ii<m,ii r. r portion of tlio female RV'tem. Refill*
all cheap Imltatlont. Dr. <!•▼•■'■ tra anld at
tft a l>nx, or three lor $10. Mailed to any addremi.
Tha Bootwll Drn|c Co,. Bt. CMhftHn*!, Oot*
NEWSPAPER
BUSINESS
Ot all tbc businesses or professions
on earth it is probable there is none
of which so many people who know
nothing about it are so contklcm
they could run it better than those
engaged in it, thuu tbat of the news
paper  business.
I have wondered many times why
it is that people tlnnk tbey know
more about runniug u paper than the
mun quulitled by experience and train
Ing to do it. Men who would never
dreum of asking a lawyer why h«- did
not enter such and such a pleading
in such and such a case, or of asking
HEAVY DRINKER CUBED
Bamaria Cnrtd Him, aad Ha Help*
OUun
A ms wks bas bMa r.>*»..«d trmm
tb. awful cravlaf. of drink, aa* whoa.
Brat thought Is lo h.lp *th*ra, shows
th. spirit of tru. brotherhood mm*
philanthropy. Head his lunr
"Th* Samaria Itemed) (J... t.rmmlm.
Out-;
will /*« ikw ..at roe book .a
<ri«k, tlm (tnulars relating i. mur
rtiuw   tmmmii   for   tb.   drink   UMr
Lwllk U hmtut I nam. I. a 1,1am* m\.
going t. ruin through dn.k T.,«
will reojeoebor that 1 hav. lak.a you*
roaedr, tmt I dad It all ro* claim a
i. »«. 1 aover thlmk .1 labia* «*
ueiaa .troag drink la aar war, aa au
•aalr. for a haa un ma I ra.aet
y.ur   ~.n.art.i
tpaah   too   klghi)
rodttdr.    Too
roaodr.   Too on ih mt
W.7  IM lilt ti. public
,    11   Ulrwhlt*.   Urlgd.n.
•a
• n   Oatarla."
Bamarla Proerlptlnn is tastalaaa
am) adorloaa, and dluolvM InataaUy
In too or oofloo, or can b. mli.d with
food. It can bo given with or wlth-
«i th. patl.nl'. knowl.df*. It r.
movos th. craving for drink, bul id. up
tho system and rastoros tho nerroa.
Drink bacon*, distasteful and orooi
nauseous, a
Drink I* a disease, not t erim.. Om
drink of whl.k.y always Invite, aa-
mii.r Th. Inflamed n.rv.s *jvd
stomach cr«au a craving that mast
.Ith.r bo Mtlafled by raor. whl.k.y or
r.mov.d by srlantMc tr.atm.at IK*
Samaria Prescription Bamarla Pro-
scrlptlon hu bron la regular and sua*
ceeetul uso by Physician* aad Ha*p4-
tal*  for  ovar  t.o  year*.
If yoa know af aay faulty needing
Samaria Prescription, uli thom abow-t
li. If yoa hav. a husband, fath*r or
frl.nd that la drifting Into drink. help
him mv. hlnuolt.    Wrlto to-day.
A RUES TRIAL PACKAGE of fern, ru prooartptloo, with booklet. giving fnU particulars Uotlmoalala, prloa.
•t* . will ba aaat absolutely (m aad
postpaid la plain MOlod package t.
anyone asking for tt and mantloalaa
this paper .Correspondence sacredly
confidential. Writ* today. Tbe 8a-
m.n in Remedy Co., Dept. 46-49, Col-
borne street, Toronto, Canada. Also
for sals by C. R. Macdonald, Druggist,  Kevelstoke, 9. 0.
a doctor why be did prescribe thus
and so (or a certain patii-nt. have
not the slightest hesitation in quer-
ulousl/'asking an editor why he did
not pursus a certain course under oir
cumstanees. It never occurs to theso
men tbat tbeir questions addressed
to an editor are quite as tmpertin -
ent and deserving of tbe same trcat-
nvnt as similar question-, addressed
to a doctor or a lawyer  would  lie.
Then tbere is tbc class who think
a newspaper custs as a medium (or
tbe exploitation o( private ideas or
fm tbc pursuit ol private feuds. ln
such cases theav people of course expect the uewspalier to take full responsibility for nuytbing they may
write auonymously. Tbey me<> shelter
or try tu, behiud a pseudonym so
that they .-an exploit topics upon
wbich they would uot dare to express
themselves in public nor over tbeir
own name. Receutly a man was quit*
indignunt with me because 1 refused
to publuh a letter attacking a certain class of tbc cooimuuity unless
be signed bis *.»u uume. lt is a rule
ol this publicutiou thut all letters
must i-i signvli.) tbe writers und this
rule ia being generally adopted by th*
reputable prats of tbe couutry. That
gentlemuu was quite williug to givs
1 odeusi to u large number of people
; iu this city but be .lid uol want to
•tand up and acknowledge bis work,
lie wanted tbe paper to take tbe responsibility   toi   it.
11* claimed  tbe  papei  did uot need
to  assum.  rvsponmbility  lor it     and
pointed out ilmt .ome pupers express
ly   disclaim any      responsibility      for
I let-ton  lioiu  correspondents.   No  pap-
! er cau dodge iU     responsibility    tor
| wbut i.  published  in  it.   Tb. laws ol
' l.i*l  do not recognise auy  such    immunity.   Tbtn   »ii)   nl i   au  editor
claim  it  lol   matter   which   while    It
j might not l>. libelous, is -till oflens-
I ive ?   If   a newapaiwr   is   liable      for
I ttie insertion  of  libelous matter  published  as a letter   tiom  a correspond-
, ent it canuot shirk responsibility lor
, giving currency to matter that is not
| libelous,  rernonully, 1 never rtiuso to
l admit  responsibility  lor  tbe  publka-
, lion of everything that goes inlo this
| paper   whether   I *■■•   it or   not   before
| publication.     H.imcoue is   responsible
|to me for    it and    1 tbortfore cannot
evade  mine.   Nor  will   I   permit  anyone else to unimt it.—Sunsot.
FOR BALK CHKA1--K|ve ydar old
driving Mare, rubber tyred buggy,
ruttor and single hanison. all ln
good condition. Owner leaving tlM
city.   Box  914  City. ■WEDNESDAY,   MAV  29th,  1912
TIIE MAIL-HEEALD,   EEVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,   MAY 29th,   1912.
CITY COUNCIL
The city council met (or regular
busine-s on Monday evening, May 27
Mayor Sutherland took thc chair,
present Alermen Bourne. Abrahamson
and  McSorley,   City   Clerk  Lnwson.
Minutes of last meeting adopted as
read.
The assessment roll was read as
follows:—Total amount for taxation,
as per 1912 roll, amountB to $1,466,-
*05. Rate on this amount at twenty
five mills the tax would amount to
136,670. Tbe school tax amouutB to
11600 making a grand total of $38,-'
270. Interest on sinking fund to be
paid out of the general revenuo amounts to JU.4S1.12, equal to 12J
mills ou a tax rate of 25 mills. A
•J.scouut ol 1-Cth upon a general rate
of 12J mills would amount to $3190,
and the tax roll would stand as follows: !
Gross    Taxes     $38,270.00
Discount       3,190.00
as a means of warming the building
and in order to test the utility .if
same with a view to extending the
imp of  the electrical fluid
The matter of Are protection wus
dlsouss .1 but no decision was arrlv-
wl nl.
Meeting adjourned at   11:36 p.m.
CRICKET AT
KAMLOOPS
-^ns;"
Tiie cricket mutch between tlm
Kamloops erlcket club and lievelstoke
club played ut Riverside park yester
day in delight fill weather drew a
large numlier of s, eotatorfl and resulted in n win ly 7 wickets [or
Kamloops. Kamloops lost the toss
and Revelstoke deeded to but tirst,
put I nis' up ii good totul of 110 i tins,
obtained through bad bowling and errors in tbc lield. Kaml-uops replied
with only 75 runs, A.O, Luiigbouriu',
Pain au.l I'eurse inuUing 5U between
tbem, Rovelstoke fared badly in their
Becond attempt, only compiling U
runs, leaving Kamloops 129 runs to
get to win, with only an hour and a
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^  quarter   before   drawing  stumps.     Ex-
citemenl ran  high dining tbat    time,
$35,080.00 ' Kamloops     obtaining    tho necessary
The discount mentioned would ofler   ,,„1S ,„ „nt. hu,„. ,,„. tbc ium Q. ,,„,;,
a  fair  incentive  to  pay  taxes     and   tlirce  butsmcu,   thus  winning  by      7
would iu all     probability bring    to wlck9t8,     A. 0. Longbourna     batted
the amount  required us pei  the   eB-  bHUlantly making 50 not out,  while
timates' I Godby,  Kavile and     l'earse     played
It is now  in  order to fix   the date   ,lusllint. orto|cet,  The  howling went to
of th/court    ot     revision and name   FkU,    Yolland und A.O.   I.ougliourue,
Net  	
Allowed  as
Arrears  	
p,*r   estimate
,...$35,690.00
...$32,000.00
....   3,080.00
required by the   wlm    bowled      well    throughout
members,     etc.,
Municipal Act. , matci]
ASSESSMENT   ROLL  FOR  1912.    |    Hovelstok,'.   1st  Innings-
Land -  $951,505.00   h-[mham   b   VullalJj
E**>P"°ns         51,000.00   „„„„ ,,  „„„„„„   ;'
Dler
tbc
Miss Pearl Golding with "Casey Jones" Opera House,
Saturday Night next
Vancouver—August 10-17,
Wtndermeri—September 20-21.
Victoria—(Provincial  exbil iti'
September 21-28.
ii)  —
Improvements   ...  .
Exemptions      201,500.00
Total asBcssment ,.
Total   exemptions
COURT  OF   REVISION.
The  date  of      the     sitting  ot   tbo
Court of Revision  was lixed for Tues- [
day,   July 9th.
COMMUNICATIONS.
A letter re billposters from Kam
loops,   liled,  pending  receipt  ol  fur -
ther information.
Road to power house, Mayor Sutherland reported haviug interviewed
Hon. Thos. Taylor re this road and
having got an ofler ot one-halt tha
cost of this road.
Letter from Smith, Carry und
Chasu, reporting re test of power
plant. The turbine pioved better
than the contract guarantee us re -
gardB cttiriency; slightly under the
guarantee as regards capacity. Heating  test showed  a  rise  ot  10 degrees
  15
^^^^^^1	
si  A.C.  Longbourne    53
$900,506.00   BonrM  rt   yollum]     13
.$1,334,101.00   Bonnallo  C  Oodby   b   Longbournc 8
Hubel c  Jacklin  li  Longlioiirne  ... 0
Field li Longbourne   o
Forest c  Jacklin b  Volland   5
Hallard c  l'earse  b  Longbourne... 0
Hardman not out   o
Ryes   ia
$1,132,COI.00
..$2,286,606.00
...     262,500.00
Total     140
Kamloops, 1st Innings—
Oodl.y  (capt)   b  Maley    2
Yolland c  Fleetham  b  .Muley    0
Savile abw b Bonallo   2
A.t'.Longbourne  c Field   b   Uarnes 21
W.ll. Drown h Bonallo   4
Pain c Flectham b Bonallo   13
Cosier  b  Bonallo   1
W.L.  Brown  b Bonallo   0
Pears*.1 b Bonallo   16
Jacklin.     not   out   	
J.  Longbournc  b Bonallo
Kxtras  ,
Total  	
Uevelstoko, 2nd innings—
Flectham  b  Longbourna   	
Barnes  b   Yolland   	
BUSINESS LOCALS
Meet me at the Savoy.
Seo the "Sugar Bowl" windows tor
Saturday  specials.
Thermos bottles gud refills, ill
sizes and prices ut Macdonald's drag
store.
Royal Hose Talcum powder, one of
the nicest made, only 26c. a tin, at
Muodotiald's drug store.
The Sugar  Bowl ice cream  tailors
are uow  open,  thc lurgest and  most
p-to-date parlors in the city.  ...
Films, Kodaks, Chemicals, lnsti tc-
ii.in Books, all tbc newest, at Mac
donald's  drug  store.
The "Sugar Bowl" ice cream par-
1 lors are now open. The largest and
[ most up-to-date  proposition  in     the
Your losses  assured,
We—W. B.  Robertson
Insurance.
rates reason -
real estate &
centigrade  less   than   allowed    under Wrier st Godby b Longbourno    ...
the     contract.   Report liled   ponding Bourne c Oodbj   b Yolland
further information. Bonallo  Bt   Oodby   b   Longbo.ine
Aid.     Abrahamson  brought up the Dabel .- Godby b Brown 	
need  lor six  new  hydrants,  and     it M«M  not out  	
was decided  to orJei   same according Forest c anl    h   Longbourna
ly.   Bill from Bowser and  Wullbridge Maley  b Longbourne  	
lor $15o legal advice was ordered lai.I Rk"'"''1  "  Bavile  b  Longbour.io...
over to next meeting. Hardman c and b Longbourne
J. H. Lyons made request for side-      Byn	
walk.
Aid. McSorley—A sidewalk la need-     Tl"ul        	
ed here, but wc have to constler this'    Kamloops,  ind  Innings
matter carefully. Godby  c  Forest   b  Fleetham
Referred to Public Works committee Bavile c Malay b Fleetham
An account from R.  Smith tor Lv- *A ' *   L<ongbourne not  out
els,   etc.,  re  s.dewuiks,   was  oiuc.c.i P*arse  b  Brier  	
paid.
Good Flower Seeds, Sweet legs,
Nasturttims in bulk, at Macdonald's
drug store.
,i <   Go Carts,  tbe  largest und  best as-
2s  sortment ever displayed in Revelatoke
1 at  Howson's.—Get their cash prices.
2 Victor HornlesB Machines 6 from
' $20 upwards. Kdison Phonographs,
1 from $19.50 upwards.—Revelstoke
1 Music  Btore.   McKenzie Avauue.
0
.,      MUSIC—Miss  Johnsou, pupil of A.
I   Miller,  F.H.A.M..   London,  Is  prepar-
_  ed  to take a  limited number of pup
ils  for  tuition  in  music.   For   terms
apply at     the     residence of  J.    K.
Johnson. first house wost of tbe boa
pital,   First   street.
6a
ESTIMATES.
Tbe est.mates t.udgetting for an
expenditure ol $104,260, were signed.
Ths revenue  is  calculated as follows:
Cash   un   band  $    600,03
Cush ;n  bank      2.6HS.90
Sewers account    10,000.00
a  L,  Surplus   15.27C.00
J.  Longbourne
Extras
Total
not  out
-Inland
STOCK O INBR8 ATTENTION - I
will take horses and cattle to pasture. A large pasture with lolB of
teed and water, with shade. All
reasonable cure will be taken of
stock,   but same will  be at owners
risk. Apply to W. Fl ming, Palaoa
Livery   Stables. 2t.
NOTICK  OF   DISSOLUTION.
Notice is hereby given tbat the
purtnerb-hip heretofore existing between William G. Shcurer und Jurl
A. Buriaelougb under tbo name and
style of West Kooteuay Steam Luun-
dry Company, has beeu dissolved.
Mr. Shcurer retires [rom the busi -
ness which will iu the future be car
ried ou by Mr. Barraclough under the
sumo u.-inie as thut under which it
has heretofore  been  carried  on.
Mr. Burraclougb is the person entitled to receive uli moneys due to
thc  lute   partnership  brm.
Dated  May  4th,  1912.
Karl  A.   Burraclougb.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenuy.
Take uotice tbat Adelard S. Blondin, of Halcyon, B. C, occupation
shipwright, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following
described  land:
Commencing at a post planted 20
cbains south nnd 20 chains west of
the south-east coruer ot Lot 7072;
thence suutb lu chains, thence west
211 chains, thence north 40 chains,
tbence east 20 cbains more or less to
poipt ot commencement, and containing eighty acres, more or less.
Duted March llth, 1912.
Adelard  S.  Blondin.
Hugh  Pattinson,  Agent.
Vi
, 32.000.00
Real  pi  pertj   '.ix  arrears..
. 12,510.00
improvement   tax   1912
7,500.00
.   . •      licenses  	
2,000.01
'...,. i'   licenses
.   3,700.00
Dog  Tsi    .
....
so.oo
Cemeteiy     receipts  	
150.00
i           Dg | ertniti
2C0.OO
Interest .<o tax arreara
'
Govt, grant 1
7,5O0.0"i
Improvem. ut   tax   ai n ai
.  moo.00
I
$106,1
BBW8R.
Mayoi   -   ■:. .iand—   Hera   i*.*
at the old atand, how     mnny
.   ■      ...    .tUca'.r.
Oity t'ierk Law-* n-    •• *    1910) 1911
ley—Tbe   whole ti
is we an*   ilraid I anything, the
longer tt *.- ■■ - tbi   woi «e ll gets
All.      I. *t        it
goes  tbe  noise it  is.
Mayoi  Sutherland—Mr,  < i.-rk Law-
ton, you will go ahead  with the pre
paravfon ..( tne t.i\  sale  lists including  the sewer tux  for  1910,  and submit same f"i consideration,
City Clerk Lawson—The arrears fur
19J0 sewer lax in such a list would
figure  approximately  $4,000.
Aid. McSorley—I move » motion
to  tbis eflect.
111. Dourm*— I second same.
JI-. this motion the long dlecuesed
dewer dead lock which has been a
stumbl.ng block to the city for years
is focused into shape f"r n practical
settlement.
POWER.
A gvni-mi discussion took place ra
p.niai   and      thc     bnst  Uses   to   which
tho   rity   power   mii-hf   deput.
It  wns decide*1  to  experiment in the
City  hall with  tbc  U-K  ot electricity
Dates for 6. C. fall Fairs
British   Columbia's   fall   fair
now    ompiled,    show     dates ranging
from. August   lu-17.   the   ween   of  the
Vancouver exhibition,  to ' ■ -    al
31,   .-.ben  the  Summerland  exh.
will l,e held. Following la tbe list
Arrow Lakes— October 4-5.
\. lerni—September 12.
Armstrong—October   '
Burquitlam—Septembi
■
Cowichan—Septembei   II
I   "IUuI
Coquitlam-
Cbilliwa , . i   11-11,
. antral  Park—Septembei  i'2-i'i
*
Delta—Ssptemlj-r   J.. -".
Grand Forke- Sept. m •
'iieenwoo!   Heptrm' ar  ')•.
Goldei •*!   ji K.
l II
Kamloops •   *
Kclowna ■, ■ n. *
Kaslo- ' " toi "i !*'..
Langlej leptembai
■ fi- .1, ii
Maple Kidge leptemher it
Matsqui—September 2.
Nanaimo  Septembei   17 ;- 19
N.   and   H.   Hannlcl,    ...!,,. i   1 :,.
Nicola     •i'mu
Nortb    Van."..i.i    Sepl' in! «r   7.
New  Wentmlnstei   Ootol si   l-S.
Nelson—September ti I
New Denvel   uetoiier 2.
Penticton—September 29.
Revelstoke  Octobei  19 10.
Richmond- Septembei 2:, is,
hiiuwiiIlmii   September 18,
Sniniiiti Ann—Septembei 3i
Summerland -October 10 tl,
Surrey  September 24.
Trail—Septeml 11 M 2::.
\ crnon-Octobof Vi-ii.
. -
'
-   .rl       Lots
•
ta
tad Lota I    it,. .-
D"   Block
Inly.
St ween
rbomaa  c.   WUs.
pari    an*:
I'm
B",
*
•r of
Wliei .
I, '.Mil.lllll        •
and recovei y *.i ,  tbe
registered  owner.
Catharine 1   B   Hanson
■j  to 1 ba  Keg etrar
.iml   (lle.l     11    this   ollice
■
expiration
of  thirty   I
i.t..* * - ,'■!< of, I    bail cs
lbs     " ,- ati atlon oi    tbe la
ipoti   ib.- .'  tbis   ..f
n  puisilence of 'i.'ction  1 r,*i    <>f
the   "Land   Registry   A  I .,   icfrint '
of Riiicb seetlon is sndorsed hereon. I
AltTIII It   Q    HMITII.
District 11 vi .ii'i
Ta 'Hi"in/iM ED, WiIhuii. Vouel Carreer
The District Regtstrat bu dire I ■ i
timi the above notice be '..'rvc.i by
piibliriiin.il thereof f"i 00s month in
a Kootcnny newspaper.
CLAIMS,
'   am   Koote-
I. . toke.
\lii,.'S,
.   "ity.l
...,:■  *, -      Beatrice
..  .  ",iy.j
rs vs.  Beatrice td.,    * N'.a I ■
"ty*j
i mi.i.s   ,n tbe
June  1911,   :be
• one   giv.tii
tenders
"WlUg
■   -it Lot
No.   . ip 1,
.
-   1. Oronp 1,
yolsom    Mineral claim being Lot
..roup 1.
All  altuate   near  Cam liom*    In    lbe
,on      of      West
B   C.
srelopment  sork bas
*<  the Beatrice claim.
Iers  ars to  be made  la   writing
ar.d   marked    Tender   for
lleutr.co   Mines   property''   and       ad
dressed    to tbo Badsrsigoad ,a Rev
.1     .*',.i   the   11th
day  of   June,
mm!   or  any   I A   DSI
,     scoeptsd    K.ir'i.ei  partli 1
lar* of  the iiroperly  will   I* f.irnlsbeil
"ii    application     to   w.    1   iinggs,
I'lini.t.iiiH Solicitor,  Rarslatoks,  B.I
Dated Mii^ Kfa  day of May.   1913,
W     B,   MCLAUGHLIN.
Deputy Registrar County Court,
itevelstoke,   D,  C.
no   May   I,   iwoeks.
ShiMb Cun
Snlckly *.tiip» coughs,  curix oolds,  beab.
is tiuusi and  lunga- -   ■   ■  it eeata
Now is the Time to
Get Your Flower
Garden in Shops
We j-rrow the finest bedding"
out plants that can be grown.
2"i different varieties of ASTERS. Write for our complete
price list of ROSEs, SHRUBS,
PEONIES, DAHLIAS, etc. All
plants now ready.
FRACHE BROS.,
Florists, Columbia, B.C.
R. Z. CRAWFORD
CONTRACTING
PAINTER
Satisfaction guaranteed
Corporation of the City
of Revelstoke
PUBLIC  NOTICE.
Public Notice is hereby given tbat
It is absolutely necessary tbat ms
orders of a suspicious nature bo reported to Dr. McLeun, City Medical
Health Ullicer or otber physicians,
as soon as known. Failure to ilo tbis
IS   a   punish nl.i.*   iiiImii.m.
By Urd'r,
B.  A. LAWSON,
City  Clork.
Agent for  Flexlume   Electric
Signs
R. Z. CRAWFORD
Residence Oor. Hrd St. and RoliRonave
Sliop in Alley back of E. J. Bonnie's
Store. Kirst Street
Kh'VELSTOKE   COUNCIL
No.    21,    ROYAL    TEMPLARS     OF
TEMPERANCE
Meets every  2nd aud  4th Thursdays
ln     Oddfellows    Hall,   at 8  o'clock.
Visiting  Templars  are  cordially  in -
vited to attend.
W,  E.  MUNSON, 8. C.
A. D. TOURNER.  R.  H.
ROBERT BM1TH.
Provincial  LaDd  Suveyor,
Mining Surveyor,
Engineering
McKENZIE  AVE.,
BOX   106,   REVELSTOKE
HARVEY, McCARTER
AND PINKHAM,
Barristers,  Solicitors,  Etc.
Imperial  Bank  Building  Revelstoke, B. 0.
Money to Loan.
Otlices—Revelstoke,   B.   0.,     aad
Cranbrook, B. O.
Geo. 8. MeCarter,
A. M. Pinkham, J. A. Harvey
Revelstoke, Cranbrook
VV.      H.      WALLAOK
ARCHITECT.
P. O. Box 146, Revelstoke, B.C.
RUPERT   W.   HAGGEN
Reveletoke,  B.  C.
Dominion aud  li. C. Land  Surveyer.
i.'i.. 1 i*.:*.a 1      LODGE, No.  .n A. If'.
and A.  M.
Regular     meetings are held in MAS
UNIO TEMPLE,     Oddfollows'      Hall
on tbe Third Monday in eaeb month
at H p. m.     Visiting brolbron      are
cordially  welcome.
W. THOMSON,   W. M.
W.  B.  IIOliERTSON,  Secretary.
COURT      MT.      BEGBIE,    No.  M61.
OF I. O. F.
Meets in I. u   O.  F. Hall nsxt    to
Tapping's upera   House every  second
an-d  fourth   Monday  In  montb.   Visit-
...   bretbren cordially  welcomed.
U. W. BELL, C. R.
WM.   B.   CAMERON,   Hoc.-Ssc.
O.  W.  O.  W.
Mountain  Vie* Camp,  No.  'iit
Meets Second    and     Fourth  Wednes
days    in  each   month  in    Selkirk
Hall.      Visiting  Woodmen  ars
Cordially Invited to attend
A.  J.   WOODLAND,  Con.  Com
JAMES   MclNTYKE,   Clerk.
SELKIRK      LODGE   It,  1.  O.   O.  V.
Meets every     Thursday evening    in
Selkirk  Hall  at 8  o'clock.      Visiting
brethren  cordially  invited.
H.    BIHOFIUHD,   N. O.
JAS.   MATHIE,   Secretary.
HOLD HA.NGK  I/MOM,       K.  of    P.,
NO.  K,   HEVELSTOKE,  li.   0.
Mnets every  Wednesday except   ths
Third Wednesday of eaoh month     ln
Oddfellows' Hall at 8 o'clock.  Visiting Knlgbts are cordially Invited,
fl.  W. OAKLAND,  0.  C.
0,  H. BROCK,  K. of R. A 8.
M, of r.
Smoker's Supplies
The obi reliiilile now has llic larRcst and best line of Smokers'
Supplies cver-iii the (ity, nud our prices are riylit. I'ifty brands
of cigars to choose from. Price from $1.00 per box up; not made
(rsui scrap either.
Meerschaum Pipes from $3.00 to $10.00
Calabash Pipes from $3.50 Up
Our siock   o(  Calabash   Pipes  is  small  on  account  ol  lbe
crop being a failure this year and qunlity poor.
Briar Pipes in cases from $1.00 up.
Ask for tbe famous II. B. B. brand. Kvery pipe is guaranteed.
Cigar anil ('paretic Ilublera, Oases antl Lighters, Pouebes,
Ash Trays and Pipe Racks. Tell us what you want and wc will
suit you. If you cannot call, phone 37 and goods will be sent lo
join lioine for approval,    Huy early while stock is complete,
McKinnon's Cigar Store
ASK THE DRIVER
Kverybody knows him, he will
tell you that the whiskeys we are
selling are the hest. Call and be
convinced. No household should
be without a supply of our Harvey's Special Scotch Whiskey; our
Frnpln Liqueur Brandy, guaranteed
80 years old or Blaokbsrry Brandy
fur Medicinal purposes. Our stock
of choice Wines and Liquors of all
kinds are unexcelled. Sold hy all
the leading hotels, or telephone
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Importers and Dealers In Pure Wines, Liquors, Cigars and Clgarettea
JUST PUT INTO STOCK
A BIG LINE OF
Fresh Imported Groceries
D. GaUicano, Second Street
White-Star-Dominion
CANADIAN StRUICE
Royal Mail Steamers Sailing Every Saturday
Wireless and Deep Sea Signalling Appatatus
New Triple-Screw New Triple-Screw
S. S. Megantic   15,000 tons each   S. S. Laurentic
lileclric Elevators        Skilled Orchestra       Blectric Heaters, etc.
Sails May llth, June 8th, July 6th.
May 25th, June 15th, July 13th
FIRST-CUSS, $92.50.  SECOND CUSS, $53.75.   THIRD CUSS, [S] $32.50
one-olass (I I) Cabin eervlce.
Twin-Screw S. S. "Teutonic     Twin-Screw S. S. Canada
58- feet long, 18,000 horsepower 5!4 l-'eet lonj;
Saiis May lfith, June 15th, July 1 Jth.    May 4th, June 1st, 29th
$55 and up, Third Class, $32.50. $50 and up, Third Class, $31.25
All steamers sail from Montreal, calling st Quebec
Kmbark ni^ht belore Bailing.      No hotel expenses.      No transfer chsrjfeB
Company's Offices, 619, Second Ave., Near Cherry SI., Seattle
THE MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED   1855
Record of Progress for Five Years—1906-1911
1900 1911
Capital       ....       $ 3,000,000 * 4,000,000
Reserve 3,000.000 4,600,000
Deposits      ....        23,677,730 35,042,311
Loans and Investments         -      27.457,090 38,854,801
Total Assets        -      -      -        33,090,192 48,237,284.
Has 83 Branches In Canada, and Agents and Correspondents In all
the Principal titles In the World.
A QKNSRAL UANHINO U0SINES8 TRANSACTED
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Interest allowed at highest current rata.
Revelatoke Branch, w. H. PRATT, Manager
E.   Q.   BURRIDGE
Tinsmith Repairs, Hot Air, Pipe
and Furnace work
-WORK   8HOP-
Oonnaught Ave.   -   Reveletoke
nVALfPAPER
AND CARPET GLEAMING
New Lightning Method
Oil Painting, and Painted Walls
Cleaned like new.
KALSOMINING
Paper Hanging a Specialty
Estimates Given
Mirror Making and re-Silvering
Glass Cutting and Boring
Glass Frosting and Staining
Picture Framing, etc.
Prices Reserved.
D. VV. BRILL
Painter, Paper Hanger,Decorater,
KevelBtoke, B C.
Dr. J. C. Morrison
Dentist
l'ust i .i ..Iii,.I.* t'liicai;o.Uiii\-'jity
Specialty—All   Porcelain   nntl
Cast Crown Bridge Work
Cor. Granville and Robson Sis.
Vancouver
Over Harrison's Drug Store
Phone Bey—5238
Lumb
umbermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
P.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -  Revelstoke, B. C
belore buying yonr outfit of working clothen
for the bush. I mske s
specialty of Logging
Shoes, Pants, Box, Shirts
blankets ami everything
i e.j 11 in*. 1 in your business,
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8
f SATURDAY,  MAY S5tb,  1312.
THE ONLY SHOE STOCK
IN TOWN WHICH CAN
SUPPLY THE NEEDS OF
THE WHOLE FAMILY
TSIE3 riMLA.IL-IHIIEiR^rilD,  RBYELSTOKE
SATURDAY,  MAY 25th,  1912.
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. £. Jfume & Co.. limited
OUR SHOE MOTTO
Classy Shoes in newest designs
at a minimum cost for maximum wear.
V
OUR DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT
FRIDAY  BARGAINS
50 White Shirtwaists and Blouses.   Here is a lot that
are worth up to $4.00 Each.   Going at each    .    .   $1.90
A lot of Ladies' and Children's Lisle and Cotton Vests.
Good Picking in this lot, all at one price, 50c. for  3, or
Each
20c
Ladies' and Children's Black Knitted Knee Length Cotton Drawers, good fast Blacks, any size. 35c. each,
or three pair for $1.00
Groceries and Crockery Department
SYRUPS
Our stock of Syrups at the present time are
unsurpassed. Lyles Golden Syrup. Edwards-
burg, Corn Syrup, Imperial Syrup, MacNally's
Pure Syrup, fresh from the Maples of New Brunswick, and other brands of Golden Syrups. For
table use, cooking and candy making, we can sut-
prise you in Syrups. Phone or send thc children
to the Store.
CANNED GOODS
This is the time of year when your stock of
fruits and home-made pickles are getting low. We
have been fortunate enough in securing the famous
Vineland Brand of Fruits and Vegetables this year
and although equal or lower in price to any other,
the quality of this particular brand is the reason
that everyone asks for it. Put up in 2 lb. cans of
every fruit and vegetable on themket.
SUMMER DRINKS
We are now showing a large assortment of
Summer Drinks. Lemonade Powder, Welch's
Grape Juice in half pints and quarts, Rose
Lime Juice in pints and quarts, Montserat Lime
Juice in 1 pint and 1 quart bottles, Nabob Lime
Juice in pints and quarts. Cider from the land
of Evangeline, and Pine Apple Juice, the best
that can be had.
FANCY GROCERIES
PICKLES
Wc pride ourselves on the fact that we can put
on the market Crosse & Blackwell's Pickles fresh
from the makers at a price that is all our own. Pts.
at 35c. and Quarts at 65c. per bottle, in Mixed,
White Onions, Chow-Chow, Walnuts and Gerkins,
We save you money by buying direct.
Another car of the newest and best Groceries that we could procure are now unloading at
our Wholesale Warehouse—the largest stock in
the city—all new and fresh goods. We can
supply you with the best on the market. Get
our prices and see where you can save money.
BAKING POWDER
SEE OUR CORNER WINDOW for Price's
Baking Powder. We have the largest stock in
the City. All new and fresh goods as we buy
in large quantities. We are always able to
give you a price that will make you feel that
we are working for your interests.
6 oz., 12 oz., 21-2 and 5 lb. Cans
SUMMER SPECIALS
Ladies' New Long Kid Gloves—The Short-Sleeved Waists and Blouses that are used
now call for long gloves. Casscos Francis' finest maker has sent us a complete line of
Black, white and tans in the different lengths at $1.50, $2, and $2.50
Ladies' New Long Silk GlOVes—Fowne's English make. All have double finger tips,
fully guaranteed, in tans, whites, black, all lengths, at $1.00 and $1.25
Fowne's English Lisle Thread Gloves—In the long lengths, all with double fingers,
Black and white, in the good washing kind, at 75c. and $1.00
The Charming New Parasols are attracting attention. We have a special one in a
White Linen, All-Over Embroidery, at each $1.75
Men's and Bays
Department
Youths' Suits
They are made for that boy of yours who
has just taken to long trousers. Nice, neat
tweeds, strong and serviceable; classy worsteds
that look and wear well. They come in the
newest cuts and the most up-to-date cloths.
Bring the boy here for them.     Sizes, 33 to 35.
Prices, $7.50 to $15.00
Men's Working Trousers
We are the leaders in workingmen's goods.
In trousers we have them all beaten. A glance
at a few of these lines will assure you that we
are in a position to back up what we say.
A NEAT STRIPE WORSTED CLOTH
TROUSER—Full and roomy. Buttons will not
come off         	
Price, $2.25
A fine stripe worsted, hard woven, two
hip pockets, made for wear 	
Price, $3.50
WHIP CORD WORKING TROUSERS-
Made from English whip cord, grey colors, two
hip pockets, hard wearing and serviceable.
Prices, $3.50 per pair
CORDUROY WORKING PANTS-Light
weight and pliable. Light color, peg top, roll
bottom, belt straps  _>  	
Price, $4.00
LIGHT CORD KHAKI PANTS-Soft and
light weight. Will wear like iron. Peg top,
belt straps, flaps on the pockets	
Price, $2.50
Men's Shirt Bargains
On Thursday morning we will put on the
bargain table a line of Men's Soft Collar Shirts-
They are all in light Summer patterns and all
in good condition. You can't make a mistake
on these as they were all good values at the
regular prices. Neat stripes and solid colors in
sizes from 14* to 16*}.
Sale Price, 80c. Each
Straw Hat Bargains
Don't forget our table of Half-Price Hata.
Real values that you are going to need right
away. The regular price is marked on every
hat and the sale price is just half of that Just
as sure as we are going to have hot weather,
you are going to be interested in these. Don't
forget them.
Half Price
Children's
Warm
Weather
Hats
For all size Children. Straws and Canvas
Hats in shapes to suit any little boy or girl.
Round shapes, boaters and sailors. Neat little
wash hats for play : dressy little hats for Sunday.   They are all here.
Prices 35c to $1.50 Each
HOUSE FURNISHING DEPARTMENT
This Department has everything that you will require to make your home bright and cheerful for summer, and now is the time
to look over and make your selections, at prices that will suit your wants, from a well assorted stock of Wall Paper from the
best manufacturers in the east, Rugs and Carpets from Germany, England and Eastern Canada at prices from $5 for a 9x9 Union
Rug to the very best that can be had and in all sizes.
Lace and Lace Curtains
We have the largest assortment in the city, most of which
are imported by ourselves direct from England, enabling us to
Bell at a price that saves you the middleman's profit.
Screens—by the yard or make into curtains, a good assortment
Madras—We have both colored and white in very dainty designs, from 20c per yard up.
Linoleums and Floor Cloths
A good assortment of Nairn's printed and inlaid in patterns
to suit every taste at prices that are lower than can be offered
again owing to the advance in raw material.
Beds and Bedding
We also stock a full line of beds, mattresses, blankets, comforts and pillows.
Bargains for This Week Only
We are offering a special reduction in Japanese Rugs—9x12
at $3.20; 2Jx5ft $1.26' 3x6ft $1.%. Everything in that line
will go at bargain prices.
Anything not mentioned that you want call in and
ask for it, we will be sure to have it if in this line,
/ WBDKESDAT,  MAV 2ltii,  1912,
THE   MAIL-HEBALD,   REVELSTOKE
WKIiNK.SDAV,   MAY  29th,  1012.
HOT    WEATHER   GOODS   j
SALE PRICES ON ALL WOMEN'S UNDERMUSLINS
Here   is   an   opportunity  of   buying your Muslin
Underwear at Special Sale Prices
Women's cJTVluslin Drawers.
Women's o/Wuslin Combinations
Women's Muslin Corset Covers
Women's cTWuslin Princess Slips
Women's Petticoats
CHILDREN'S DRAWERS
Call in and   look over  the  Special
Prices for this Sale.
Embroidery Needs
Swiss Cambric and Fine Nainsook
Edges and Insertions, Flouncing,
Etc.
Bargains, Bargains
Throughout Our Entire Stock.
Call in and see what we have in
store for you at Cut Prices.
REID & YOUNG
Hard luck anil Success
Luck  is the tus ilt ol work, end ir
anco and determination. The sooner n
person who do is their work \ itli t. ill
hearted oflort and who wants   thuir
time  wavblng  for  something t&py  to
turn mi, realizes this the booiu'I'tuny
will l.c on the road to sucocs3,    rhfl
person who banks on the future w th
i out malting tho most  i f the pre ent
I Is bound to be a failure.  Dissal i   ac
ition will lie Lhelr'a for chances "ime
only when ohm Is     ready for    them,
I Continued growling at late craajes a
mental bomerang,   It puts you in the
1 down  and  out   clasa  with  little hope
lot ever getting In tlie front.
The putting cil until tomorrow is
one nf the shortest routes tn failure,
The thing put nil until tomorrow ia
ni'vcr done.
Progress i.s attained only ny constant effort. Tho person who stands
stilt has only himself tn blame tor
Inst chances, (inly cowards accept
failure without trying. Confidence in
ones power, not conceit, is a valuable nssct. If you arc not sure of
yourself, how can anyone else In' euro
"f you. There is nn need "f une pei
son allowing another tn stop in front
of them, when with the exerclBe of
iheir ability, they couhl lull thoir
own.
Work one has nol tried always looks
bigger at a distance.
I
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BORN
CROWE—At Reveflstoke, It. C, nn the
29th  inst,   m Mi.  ,ui'l  Mis.    A.  W.
we,   a  son.
COMING EVENTS
Juno    21—For     one    week,  National
stock Company,  Empress theatre.
Octol*r  7—Managing      Mildred Opera
Co.,   Empress  theutrc.
THE CITY IN BRIEF
G-ct ymir Dutch onion sets [rom
Mclntyre's.
Mayoi Sutherland returned the fore
part •■'■ this week Irom a three weeks
trip to Kamloops ami const cities.
J. P. Forde. government engineer,
was last week Inspecting roads and
bridges In the boundary district. He
incpecttd the Phoenix road and Cooper bridge at Grand Porks.
CA.   Cotterlll  uf  Hevelstoke,      win,
•.-..::  nc.  as     C.P.R.    superintendent
here during the absence ■•; W 0.  Mill-
■   reached the city   last
'.  Revelstoke and is a cu *-t
at the Strathcona.—Nelson News.
Tods     -  tbe tea and sale uf home
king by th.*     La.!.'*-'   lid "f    lhc
Methodist   church,   ai   the   home      nf
Mrs eet. Come and
get sum, "[ the .-'""I times the
ladies bave provide!. After und even:!;.: A :m...:* :: afternoon, 15c;
evening,  2ee.
Mrs.  J.   Vi.   .-•* f    f,.r  Gol
der, ;••■■■ will  tic join
ed on Tbursda] -' ■*■ ns* n
when tbey  will E Imonton
wbe.-< "•'■ -■* .. ■ on will attend the
meet.m: .•( che General Assembly,
wh.;e Mrs, Stevenson will visa relatives.
All rers are requests
  •   ■ 30     tl*.i-
V'.M.C.A. grou
.*."*-.      anl   their
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Evei ■ game
Dg     01 rig   ol     -'Hi.,*
■  ■  play
err ■
Ml E
■   rem
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-   , 111   gra   ..
I'rmrm *  -
expected  to
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ication at I        Id home
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SBEDIITO   TinVLIE
As the time has arrived when you must do your seeding, we wish
to draw your attention to the (act that our seeds are all Iresh and
new siuck not am old ones left to >lnff off. Our Onion sets are
the best, either the Dutch Set or the Multipliers.
FLOUR AND FEED- We have just unloaded one car of Purity
Plour, One Car of No. 1 Timothy Hay, One Car Peed, including Oats, whole or crushed, Wheat, Barley, Corn, Ut .in. Shorts
and (hops. Ifyou require au} of these, let us quote you prices.
We Can Save Vou Money,
A. HOBSON,
MacKenzie Avenue
You Who Are Constantly Travelling
What Protection Have You in Case of ACCIDENT By Sea or Land ?
Drop in and we will explain our Improved Gold Bond
Accident Policy, double liability, only costing $30 a war,
fi ium ,,n ii(t. and £10,00(1 double liability, paying fiS.W
weekl) indemnity.
KOOTENAY  AGENCIES LIMITED
Blaze at Arrowhead
Early Monday mornltiR fire broke
nut iu l,i*,-hl.lmrne'- hall .*it Arrow
head. The lire spread l . 'nre a slili'
lake breeze, which sunn destroyed P.
Burns & Co.'s meat market, also the
C.P.R, freight she I. The town was
fortunately to windward of the firo,
otherwise nothing could have saved
it from destruction.
Tbe O.P.R. in raspose to a wire,
dispatched a Bpecial train with 101
men from Revelstoke, Three lar
bos cars belonging tn the C, P. It.
were also consumed. A novel feat •
ure of this enn'arr itiu'i is the (net
that quarter i I n i"ii "f dynam'te
was  burnt  up   hut  did   not explode.
Captain Johnson of the Arrow-heal
fire brigade, ns well as the volunteer
firemen, deserve ■.-real credit for tin'
manner in which th y fought the lire
fiend. The total damage done Is estimated   at  several   thousand   dollars,
partly covered by Insurance.
HfllCYON NOTES
REYcLSTOKES SCENIC HiGIAJ I   Lacrosse Match. June 3rd
■ i ontimied from Page i die
Revelstoke scenic automobile highway
FINAL    COMMITTEES,
A final list of names ol committee
men  was read  out   by  the secretary,
and   which  will  appear  in  full.  In  thc
next  i-sne nf this  paper.
The meeting adjourned at   n  p.m.
Further reports crowded  to Saturday's issue.
J. W. Cddiicelior Oias
J. Vi. Cbancelloi  ol Malakwa
* olumbia,   a fi rmi r    Pot
died May  17 in
-tnke.   B.C.,  alter  sn  operation
cancel ol tbe stomach.
Mr,  Chancelloi   was    on    n I
age  .I.m. 20,   1856    He
city  until  two years  ggo   whei
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then  Canada.  His  health  bad
tbe change ol cllmati   d
relief.   He   was   pi
ire at Malakwa, b small
"ii   the  Cana*
Uur.il.-  bis
i 'bancelloi  served as asuist
i   under  the    late     <
Dow In tm   'Ws   lb •
, * i      ■     ils cit
'" s.  Mr. i Ibaneelh i
the I
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M*    Chancelloi
i '.
tern, i  ■
Mr. Cbanci
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'■ nn .lune 3rd, the Knur's Birthday,
Revelstoke lacrosse fans will have
tbe chance to see the local team In
action for ihe tirst time this sea
Revelstoke having arranged a game
with Arnistruiu-. on thc recreation
grounds at  Revelstoke,
Tin-   match  ,s the  result   of   ■
Inline   issued   by  the  Revelstoke  hoy9,
*
by  :!.
The
promise that th ■ game ■* 111 it*
first
. il  Bport.
Police Court
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Among those taking the baths in
the Halcyon lint Springs san tiriuni
nre Hon .las. II. How.'ci, K.O., At-
torncy General of Manitoba, and Mr;
Howden. They in-' accompanied by
Mrs. Vi. T. Hamilton, of Neepawa,
sister  of  Mr.  Howden..
F.  I,. Young, of     Kamloops,   proprietor ,,f llie Kamloops Sentinel an.l
I Mrs. 'i'n.mr. hive also been spenilng
i a few dnys here.
Other guests   .*:*     i r s nt  Btnyln :
here  an*  K   Wagner,   Kenora,  G.  VV.
i'ii*     ''   Hn..!.  Vatro l-
■ r; R. r. Polsom, Repul He   '■
1 * H ll        vood,   l-'.K C in;:'.
■ i R Mrs
H.C.
!.'• cent        toi       elude Hoi
•    t. - a
few   laj        •     Roht. fiord
'*'•■;**     : ■ .
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MM\X r^mm
At   I he   last   sltl'ing   of   tl..'     I'..     C,
M i'i"!;st   e*:i '*;.*   iii   Victoria   the
stationing committee submitted the
following draft of conference, Sunday
Bchool and financial secretaries: tl.
ll. Raloy, prei Idenl oi conference; it.
F. Btlllman, secretary; <'.\\. He il iy,
M.A., li.li., secretary of stationing
committee,
Kamloops—O.M, Snnlord, C, Lad-
n ir, superannuated,
Kamloops -Dhln s i mi■■• Ion, Hosm-
liill ami Little Fori - 'i'n i ** supplied.
Ntculn   i'l'". Connor,  M V,  B.D.
Ashcroft * II. W, Wl  Bromwlck.
t/illooet and Cariboo Tn l o supplied.
Salmon  \rm—W. .1. Beamish.
Notch Hill, Shuswap Lake mission
--To be supplied.
Rovelstoke—R,  .1.  Mclntyro,
linbl'ii-A. T.  Bell.
Rovelstoko Chinees mi ision and
i-'uci George an.l Nochnco -To be sup
plie.I.
.1. Helton m attend Columbia college.
K. J. Mclntyro, cl nirmnn; 0, M,
Snnford, llnnnrial Bect'otary,
DellcioiiB rnnne I  h      *  ;u   i* nson ■
a1 le  pl ices  al   Mclnl yro's,
' lood  carrots,  parsni| s and  turnips
at Mclntyre's.
POR SALE i'h np, ■< jr.tM Baby
Carriago, ren,l as new*, in umc only
six months. Airs. G. Rnlpb Law •
I'ciici',   McKenzie avenue,
Til LET Mi I ' n lioUFO on McKctlzlo
Avenue, vacant Juno ISth, Apply
The    Revelstoke    General  Agencies,
Limited.
WANTED—Three voung men who can
play Band lustrum "i and ar ■ will ■
mi', to I rave! from town to t iWn
over lhe counti y. i '•■■' *i u y and
steady employmei t to t im me t,
Apply (stat ng lustl un onl i to I'm
Pes or   Ilbichlield,   0.0.   Poet   Ollice.
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MP*
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ASSESSMENT   1912
Court of Revision
PUBLIC    NOTICE  is bereb]
tl at   th.*  Court   of  Revision  of    the
City  cd  Revelstoke,  will  be held    In
lhe City Hall on Tuesday, duly 9th,
1912, at 8 p.m.
BRUCE A LAW80N,
City Clerk.
hi ii §^L
IT 5L.35 fuKB
fell!
::r;:s!!> '.':::s;
Do not waste your energy and rack your nerves "shooing'1 uway
BUY  SCREENS
I'l cn you will enjoy n ipiiet snooze, knowing you will not be
pesli d with thoso horrid mosquitoes,
We can supply you with screens in any si/.e from 21 Inohoo to 80,
and pi ices from -de per yurd up.
Extension Window Screens from SJ5n, up,
■Sccci'ii Doors, any si/.e, from $1,75 to $2.75.
Our Hammocks are the neatest and mosl comfortable and will
wear llie itillgust.     l'i ices liulll (fi IK) ll|>.
Inst arrived asbipnient of "York" and "Lawn Queen" hi-^li wheel
ball bearing Lawn Mowers from 80.60 up.
New corrugated hoseguaranteed not to kink and will stand steam
pressuie, also plain rubber hose.
Do nol forget wo carry a complete line of Gardening Tools ami
Watt-Tine Cans.
Mit. CARPENTER, when you wlnt Brat-class tools, remember,
" we are llle people."
I-.AIM'S OILS AND GLASS.
Rovelstoke Hardware Co.. Ltd.
Howson Block
r,','Wti'ffl''VTT\''*,G''if'f'se*tsxs'*'^™trs'^<mnMHft^M
IV1PRESS THEATRE!
MOST UP-TO-DATE THEATRE IN THE INTERIOR OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA
TO-nsriG-HT
WEDNESDAY, MAY 29,   1912
POPULAR PRICES,   15-25-35
NATIONAL   STOCK   COMPANY
Week of June 24th
Plan ai Maclonakl'l Drug Store
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PROPERTY
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Real Estate is most reasonable just now in RevelBtoke and for the shrewd
investor there is no time like tlie present to secure 8 lioine, a few residential
lots or a few acres for market gardening, as the railaoad development promised during the coming year will insure a very large increase in property
values.
A FEW SPECIALS
House on 25 Foot Lol, Third Street, West  . $1200  TERMS
House on 5() Foot Lot, Third Street, East $2650
House on 25 1 oot Lot, Second Street, West $1800
House on 50 Foot Corner facing Rjecreation Park $3000
Fifty Feet on McKenzie Avenue, close in....  $1100
Fifty Fett Q>rner McKenzie c/lve    a Snap at  $1200
Small Market Gardening Plots or close in Fruit or Farm Lands at Special Prices
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J*jr\VS'   DRUG  STORE
PERSIAN  SHtRLERT    I
: I  botl • Ic. End
CITRATF    CF    MAGNESIA
BARCtAINS in soap
Buttermilk       ....
Oaliiiriil
Ben/ji Glycei tie
KMcrflnvtif *\ Cucumber
:25c
REXAU    CLYCERINE   SO/IP    Bight
(inner ( HI-.C"-*. lot 50a
CERMAN SltVER LADIES' ME8H BACS
Krnoi  11  to H    • i
\ tli'
Well Known Books
at 75c. Each     3 for $2
Tbc Inner ShrillC '
Tin  . •f;.,u Man
Tin  Harriei
" The Hilver II":■:,
" I'reclcln
" S|i"ib i
'' 'lb'   l i
bews THE REXALL STORE bews
Smart Clothing for Summer Months
DERBY AND MATS    h   , ,,,* ■
and sha|
WE SPE( I AM/I-    in   Men •        rip* I,
fam ■. "i ! up.
Late Spring Smis and < I
Drop in when pasai      md si       in   large
and patti , itidlous.
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Fit-Rpform Clothing Slcdon Had        Fool-Rile Sliocs
S   EXTRA   GOOD  BUY
WF HAVE A FEW LOTS LEFT IN
MOOSE JAW, SASKATCHEWAN
Inside (he mile and a hall circle, only four blocks from car line, which
areovei - o pet lot under market value aa we can .show you by com-
parison ol prices in the Moosejaw papers, butaswe have only a few
left, we will close them oul .it the old price, which is a positive snap at
$175 EACH
One Quarter Down.   Balance Over 18 Months
J. B. WATSON REALTY COMPANY
Local Agency, Home Loan and Contract Co.
E. O. FOLEY, Manager, MacKenzie Avonue

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