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Vol. 16-No. 21
REVELSTOKE. B. C. MAKCII 19. 1910
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Bargains in
Chinaware
Making a Choice of any
article in the Window
At One Dollar
Among them are a selection of Vases which sold
at from $1.50 to $3.00.
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China. All good lines at
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Rogers Pass Disaster
tnJNISKAT, OF .1.  Ma. I.i:!.I.AN.
Tho funoral    of  tho  late -l.  MaoLoI-
lan, of .1.  Sourio'H bndge crow,     who
was killed in  tllO  RofJOt'H  l'an« disasU'i-,
took plan1 Thursday afternoon     from
tho it'si-li'inv of h.N life-long friend and
Seldom     has    there  been  witnessed   old schoolmate    ■'. li.  McKonzioj    on
such a funeral in  Rovolstoke as     thai   s,M",m,! Street  west, an.l and was well
which  took place on  Friday afternoon
at  th>' puhlii' funeral of the remainder
•f lhc bodies     that  have been rescued   bute     of  respect.       Several  beautiful
nilUC FUHERAL
Last Sad Rites O'er Victims ot
Rogers' Pass Catastrophe
ottended  by  lii Is  "f deceased     who
■ ■nnil' from  nil  pin-is of  iln- ('.  P.  I'.
went.rn  division   iu pay  ilii-ir last   i ri -
of  roa| i
from ill.' grip of the [.rent slide al
Rogers I'n—-. Sot often Im - there
been .such a turnout ol citizens of nil
branches nf the rnmmunity i" do honor in the dead »li" lost Iheir lives
«liilf on duty,
I'ontribiited, The burial
indiu'ted by the     Rov.
H I.-Ill lis wit
services  were
M. n.  Melvin.
Deeensed wns )( native <.f Applecross,
Iviiss-Sliiri-. Scotland, lir was a man
iii" sterling character, honorable, sober
and    obliging,   and      universally  liked
LIE CHURCHES
ST.  JOHNS PRESBYTERIAN.
7.3(1 p.m.,  preat her,   Rev.   I.  VV.  Wil-
7.30 p.m., preacher,   Rev. T. W.  Wil.
amson.
Wednesday,
Ai   the  request  of  iln-  i-ni/ens      the  by all  with    -whom In
Mayor had granted a  half holiday   to   tact.
all  of  the city    to attend   the  funeral 	
if they so desired, and the attendance
ai   and   near  the  Selkirk   Hall  demon*
Ptrated   ilu- facl  of  how  deep is      the
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sympathy of lhe public over the terrible disaster nnd  thoir anxiety to pay
I ii (inal   tribut ■ to the vici ims,
AT 'till: SKLKIHK  IIAI.i..
. The preliminary service was held in
the Selkirk Hall over ilu- three bodies
of Jnmes f.onlach, H. M-tT.tt and Vic
(•arlson, the ooflius betn^ covered with
a profusion of beautiful wreaths and
Mowers, The  Rev.  C.   A.   Proeunier
read the burial service of lhe Anglican Church, ibe hall briny crowded
wiili people. After lhe brief service
1 he coffins were placed in hearses and
the  procession  funned   up.
TllK PROCESSION'.
A large crowd of people lined the
streets at the Selkirk Hall and for
quite a distance along second street.
The procession was headed by F. company of ihe K.M.K., followed by the
local   lodge*  of  1.0.0.F.   and   Snindin-
came in
roli-
p.m.—Prayer  Meeting
M, G. Melvin, B. A.. Pastor.
METHODIST CHURCH.
Palm Sunday services tomorrow,
morning and evening. The pastor will
preach the sermon in the morning;
and Rev. .1. Merritt, one of the great
Sunday School men of lhe continent,
uill preach in the evening,
Sunday school will open sharp at
•J o'clock instead of half past two. and
hold a short  service.
I'.pworth League members are re-
r,nested to meet punctually at S p.m.
Monday.
BAPTIST SERVICES.
Rev,   I.    W.     Williamson. Provincial
  |   all  ■   I .I'.II.
road organisation'' and shop employees
followed   by   ^■■>-   several   hearses,   roil
ih-> bodies followed by      the
Lawrence Hardware Go.
LIMITED.
Plumbing and Tinsmithing
avian   Aid  &   Fellowship Society,   then   i"""''11'    Sl',u"'1   S"''''""'>'.   w'»  Preach
*    ,,    .    .• n i,    ni the morning,
came  representatives ol  all  the ( .r.i!.
Sunday School will assemble at 'J p.
in,  instead of 2.30,
tn,,.,.,.     the  ramies touow iv        me      ,A  B> ial     "•'"'"•'■ "iU '"' '"l"1'"-
mour s.      Then    .-,    lod'ees    ol  ™ ,n ,1"' "v,'ni,v-'- "bating of    An-
Knights ol Pythias nnd I.a.les, ami
a number of ri_- ,iiel busses contain*
ine Indies. Pathetic indeed was the
si.lit of lie- heur-p .-.iiii.iiiilii'. five
iiillin- with the bodies "f the Austrian* who were killed in the sli.le.
Slowlj I he lonu - ortege pa--'- I thru'
the  eiiy.   tlie  -tie. i-   being  lined  with
male quartette nnd solo.. The
I'asior will make a short address on
"The  Lordship of Christ," which     is
tl.- theme of il cening.
A special  invitation  to all.
si'. PETERS ANGLICAN.
I'alin  Sunday.     Services as follows:
S a.m.—Holy Communion; 11  a.m.—
citizens with bared I. Is in mute sym-   The A""""1 ChildrenVi service at  Mat-
,,,,li-   for il-.I.M.I   Plugs flouted half   in"'    V"  PnrPnt" ''""' ''hiM'v"   BhouId
from  ever.,   public  building  .and   '"' ""''  "" lh,s ""''^"''
residcui e n !.■'■■    ll \    1-1  be lioi-te.!.
W ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^        Nl'\el     lieii.re Ite.el-tii'ie    bct'll    Cllll-
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i pie nnd i ever hn - death come     --•
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■ III—IBIH IMI —■■[■■llllll ■III--HW— ■__■ —III—Illll—IIIIMIITII B 	
W llll i.i.-l'all-   al   lb.ws,ni's   to   meet   east
ol .   . in catalogue prices,
•"'•       I'.eanliiul   Easter     Cards _t  Ma-don
ICvensong al 7.30 p.m.
Business Locals
. lettuce, cauliflower at Bourne
Iln
MAUNDRELL MEAT MARKET
Phon.261.       Quitk Delivery.       P. 0. E.-s 181
fell
Birds of
a feather
f* Flo ther they Ba;.
You  will be more than
■ pleased with your dinner
it' you let us supplj  you
with meat, whether it be
Poultry, Beef, Veal, Mutton or Pork
Green Bones Chopped for Your Chickens Dailj
Tenderloins, Spare Rilis.
Steaks. Chops, Ox Tails
for Soup, Boiling and
Stewing Meats.
We eater to particular
people and satisfy them
every time.
Phone orders promptly
attended to.
SAUSAGES  AND
C00KKI)  MKATS
A SPECIALTY
Finn writing papers, envelopes pads
Mai donnld'i   Drug Store.
.1
1 '   i.l.l'-  Drug Store.
W i.e.'. wei ■ l.'.-iiian fa
ll-..li.    porl i-.| lei Ild
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i       nlu   i •• • i ■: i' -■_   the Iii '  riles over      Shni     n  tt'illinms  I'uints,  Liquid Ve-
ih-- dead      Tie- -■■ If I -,  Curtain    Stretchers at      Bourni
were buried ie.   lhe  I.O.O.F., -; ■ ltd .   i'.i,,-.
C A. I'i Church of . . .
,.    ,     , .     , .        ... ,       lliiw-.in k i n. have a large     ship.
1    ■ "lniniititl   -• r\ i .-.  "i  «lie n . „., . „   ,.    .
"leni   ol  Whitney uo-( arts
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SPRING HOUSE GLEANING
Our Store is well stocketl with the materials for this
necessary work. We carry ALABASTINE and
MURESCO the Sanitary Wall Finishes in all colors.
FLOORGLAZE, an excellent enamel for Floors, Oil
Cloth or Furniture.
GRAN ITI NE a hard Varnish that will stand wear.
Oil and Varnish Stains, Furniture Polish.
A full line of Sherwin-Williams Paints, Varnishes, Linseed Oil, Handcraft Stains, White Lead, etc.
Brooms, Brushes, Mops, Soap and all kinds of Washing
Compounds.
BOURNE   BROS.
Groceries
Hardware
Stoves
Harness
THE CANADIAN  BANK
OF COMMERCE
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000      Reserve, $6,000,000
DRAFTS ON   FOREIGN   COUNTRIES
Arrangements have recent!-/ been completed under  which  the  branches
of this Bank are able to issue Drafts on the principal point*
In the following countries:
Austria-Hungary    Finland
Belgium Formosa
Brazil France
Bulgaria
Ccyloa
China
Crete
Denmark
Egypt
Faroe Island*
a fan
Ireland Russia
Italy Servia
faoan Siam
South Africm
Straits SetileflMata
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
West Indie* 173
  and elsewhere
NO   DELAY   IN   ISSUING. FULL   PARTICULARS    ON    APPLICATION
REVELSTOKE    BRANCH —A.    H.     ALL£N.    N G R.
Fr'ch Cochin-China   Java
Germany Manchuria
Great Britain Mexico
Greece Norway
Holland Persia
Iceland Phillip-no Islands
India Roumania
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Imperial Bank of Canada
Head OfFice—Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Authorized
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
$10,000,000.00
5,OO0,000.C0 gj
5.000,000.00
Branches or Agents at, all principal points in Canada,
Agents in Great Britain and United States—London, England,
Lloyds Bank, Limited. Chicago—First National Bank, Corn Kx-
changeNational Bank. Seattle—SeattleNational Bank, Shu Fran-
olsco—Wells Kargo Nevada National Bank, Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of SI and upward,  received, and  Interest allowed at
current rate (rom date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
Sunday Schools
QuBEn Calotte
SPECIAL    ADDRESSES    AND COX-     The  r ni • 	
VENTION. ham  Islnml. •■
l{,,\. \V. C.     Merritt, of N'ew York, .;,,|... |W0pl,
international     Sunday    School  Seere endli ' I :
'""""-   "'   tary, who is visiiiiiL' the province, will the diuti I ilril
spend.Sundaj  and Wonday in iln> eity the last vein men '      I in v
impnnied bj   Rev.   [. W, Williamson ous diii-ctions ake new  limits.
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I 11 u.i'                  1  • 1.-;i- im,. 1.1      it- .^^-^^^^_^-^^—^^^^_^^^^_^^__
Th.   Iti      M. '..  Melvin nnd the TfJ   " bottle     ni    ,„„■ Snraaparilla ' accompnnico: In  Hev,  I.  «. mmamson   ous tinvctioris     to    «tui
;        T.    Vi.    llii 1    m ,■ : foi  sprins  tonic. Sold al Mar-  the provincial secretary.                         JKooh limit                   -.|iiniv, and upon
c nonieii over the gravi    uf il   M ,f tlnnuld'i Drug Store
1
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^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H You
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iliinc; you want    in
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Kodak .  Chemicals and  Supplies      at
gentlemen will occupy the |im   advcrtUinc   im
pits  of  the dilTcroni   churchen  on  Sun    lap
day, antl will address n   Sundaj   Schoo 	
afternoon al    thi
Alley's Comet
,f ,|,e S.amlit.avian   \id   „,„„,    .,  ^.^ jn  |||(,
'   '■   ' - Maedonald's Drug Sum.. BaptW  Church.
THE LA SI   lli'.i.'l MM I   Can supply,    tbo     mosl  remarkablel   Owing to the Met ial Sei
|.., 1   |;,,',    ,,, iho world, bloom every   s | ,,   « (,. .,1. ,,f ,!„. City
month in  tho year] magniflconl  specl- Lemblo al  -    p,m   i^  Iheii   n
"     ,  p|anl . on own rool     l^ave your (,e| | ,,„„,,    whnre tho records for tin   ■ breaks into
• . k i" 'I i'y-
the      11
N|   ,
I
Bear Hunting To-night
MAUNDRELL MEAT MARKET
i^i^i^ii^i^i^l^i^i^i^i^^^i^^_  oidei
No ", .   miIi	
erribl    Rogers
.   been ndopled
1       hi ■ I n day
foi   mourning,
the    vory
h..v   to   he dead,     and   Mountain I'icli
while mum., of Ihe doc-en i I  havo tela    in« '" Colorado."     Besidos this     pic- ^	
mn. thorn is sum.' g I comody,   and|Vontion will !»• hold in tho  lame pin        , .„„ ..„, twilight r
day will bo tnkon and an adja
mado to il"1 Raptisl  Church in    hem
thn addrosses of tho ■■ ijitoi . favorn
11,, M I ij  afternoon   il '-' :'"  i f»n- i
Tl,,. tlrsl     class  programme o(   tho',foronco of Sunday School workers will
New  Edi ....   tonlghl   Includes  the  Bno ;bo held     in St.     Johns  Presbyterian   the - .
ire'entillod "Dear Hunt-1church, and in ll veninn nl 8o'clock      c,,.i,.
i     I'
'a general mooting "I tho di Irlcl  con    tho  llun-ard Observatorj
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 Beascfl  have  i'< 1
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, i ir        in. luro . uow i rospoi tors .
 Ihers     who " '                                         i
,        , , .     ,. and lho Empt} Sleeve.
ii  kiiI, and l-in i" pa) •         ^_
lie'n  memory
thought; anil     with TOO YYYY.
■  .                                      mpall        of 1 andladj   (to  lodgci i   " \re you    In
ho I i".' il of ti„. bath, sir?"
the realize- v,,i, ,■     (between      iplashos) - ' Yo :.
'        '"    What d'you wont?"                              ,     millg, lo    0. L- Dickeson, the \obscure it, it will be .. darling sight.
■' ".'T      l."ndl«dy:-"I lorjot to toll j>'°"    J |     lcn Onager', re ontatlvs, nrg" | Ab .    •rill     be
: bV f ' " ""'>'  had il (ro It painted insld   la     night   *     ^    ^   ^ f    {  ^ , ^     ^
er their death. sir. and ii  won I  !"• dry lo.  two ^ ^^  ^ ^^  ^    ^.^ T|   ,,
 '" each repl>   Mr.  Dickeson  replied     thai   part not her,      ind
ii,   .     ti„. railroads felt confident    i Ltlonu at  tl
ore n achinists were aaooa   io
Everyone     interested     in      ~""i la;    gion. Tt i
Sel I work and lho training of     the   |tfl i)rl
young  people Is invited  lo be pre
;,i all  tho meotii tem,     r.
ii-  m will  be
May is.  I ill tl
 H      \prii, in May.
Chicago,   March   17   Manj   telegrams |    About iloudsdonot
Railway Strike
 h ii. ono
KI i;\ IESCAT IN   PEACE. lhti>o day
lot    in the
loke pitblli . .. will      Six  mn
the memory of the performance ol   tho  stall of  Hi
id requiem ovci  lho dead.     ithe pasl week,
.r.lt. shops during
would 1". roachod and  thai  Ihere i I   pi    ion        it
, l». no intorruption ol traffic, .
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THE MAILIIEIULD REVELSTOKE, B- C-
WEDNKSDAY,  MAW'll   18,  l!>li>
Look!  Look and Read!
FARM MM ORCHARD
Actual Comparison of Eastern Catalogue
Prices,  Freight Added, with
Howson's Prices
Winnipeg price
Weight
Freight
Total
Howson's
Price delivered
Kitchen Chairs
50c.
101b.
23c.
73c.
"
70c.
Kitchen Cabinet
$6.75
1501b.
$3.53
$10.72
ii
"   $9.60
Dining Table
10.55
1651b.
3.87
14.42
..
'■     14.40
Dining Chairs
88c.
121b.
28c.
1.16
i.
1.20
Dresser and Stand
8.95
1501b.
3.52
12.47
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'•     13.00
	
1.25
1601b.
3.76
15.01
..
"     14.00
Bed
3.55
601b.
1.41
4.96
.,
"     5.20
Bed
5.35
681b.
1.59
6.94
t.
"      7.20
Dominion Spring
2.40
601b.
1.41
3.81
"
•■    4.00
Child's Cot
5.10
751b.
1.76
6.86
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■■      7.20
Ostermore Mattress
15.00
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SPHIN'H Pl.ANTl.Vfl.
Pre|iaring iln- trees In,- plnnl ing..
The broken or mutilated portion of
the root must be cut olT, so us in
leave tlie ends smooth an.l round, aial
llic .-ii 1- ,.i .-ill the other roots should
lie pruned. Prom these cuds lh,- now
llhroii-i roots usually  start.
Planting Tli,' holi must be large
enniiudi io receive the mnli frcelj
without cramping or bending them
from  their natural  position:  lhe larger
Uu. hei ler.   I i'i   lit.'  ti'     it.'  t!„- same
depth ii -i I in  tli.' nur-er\   after llic
earth  has  settled  (ll Id  murk     can
In.   readily   disccr I.|   ainl   nol   deeper,
except in cases nf dwarf trees. I hese
latter should in. -cl so i hat llic poinl
of union -linuiil come two nr throe iu-
ches below iln- -Mi-Ian. of the ground.
Tin. live Iving held upright, Idling
'I'll,, nw being held upright, the linost
earth from the surface should be caro-
tullj ivorkcd among the roots with
with ih,. lingers, being careful t.i fill
every space, Mini bringing every root
in contact iv ith ii. Set iln. tree as linn
;.•   .,  post.
Mu1,-liin-. Thi- ',- done In- placing -.,
layer of loose manure about two feet
in deplh. extending ono »r two feel
further in each direction than the
roots. Tlii- protects the earth uboul
lh,. roots against drying or linking
wiih wind -ii- -un. retnins tu it tho re-
ipiisiie moisture, aivl obviates nil no-
<v--it\ im- ;i practice, generally uf in-
:'iii.i'i< t'li'i'i-t iln- waterinu of newly
planted   trees.
Cooseberrics and Currants Planl .'!
fc'i upnrl in rich soil, they thrive
best in cool, deep, moisl border, rather shaded, a- un the north or east
side nf .-, fen,,.. Ashes nnd chip manure nre vei\ useful fur these ainl other small  fruit.
Strawberries    S.-t      in   row--      nbnllt
three  feet   apart,  in good   rich  soil,   lu
plaining      strawberries   ii   i-   well      lo
ieuve  n   Utile  hollow  about   lhe  plain.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^M  when out  and fill  it
^^^^^^^^"^^^^^^^^^^^■^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^■^^^^^^^ ,,, ||„,
~ deep ns  the mots extend, tilling     the
ni adventure, nv im- nut  a  taste     fur   dotn  do moving pictures appeal  in the exenvalion  with surface earth  as sunn
hunting in -nine form nr another? The   public a-  these have 'I       and    ihe as  the water hn- disappeared.  In   our
  j lad  i-   taught   hygiene,   nnd   hn-   lu  go   mnii im.iii,.in   deserve   much   credit    fur own      practice    we always  use  n  very
fhe growth ,,f  ihe bnv  scout  move-   ,l"'""'-'1' " course of physical drill, no- >affording     lievelstoke     such  a unique weak liquid manure     fm- ihis purpose,
lent  in British Columbia,  nnd     moi
We make our profit by shipping in car load lots,thereby
saving freight rates. Bring catalogue giving description of other
goods not specified in this list to||our store and we will prove our
statements.    Remember we deliver goods and'set up free from
breakage.
R. Howson & Co., Revelstoke, B. C.
THE BOY SCOUTS
thing,   in   fact,  i-   neglected   '<>   induce opportunity of witnessing  ihe-,. world-   made,  usually,  by  pulling a  shovelful
liim  iu eei   ihe he-t   mn  of  hi-  body, famed   pictures,  w hi, I,  , annul   Inn   im-   eaeli    nf ashes  and     droppings uf the
especially in Vancouver, is remarkable,   ami,  naturally,     lho manoeuvres      he press  all  who  -aw   them  with deep iu-   hen  roosl   in n  handful  ,,f water and
-ays  the  Wiii-I,I.       The  birth  nf   thi-   performs  during  training  benefits  him   terest.      Many  I ns  could  In-  learn-   allowing  ii   to -land  a day before un-
organisation     in  the    province in imt   ""'  ty- little.     Everything is done with ed  from   such  realism,  ii  taken  in  the   ing.      Keep well  cultivated  and allow
hid  in     mists ,,f vears;   il   is  lun   a   lh" "1,-i""'   '"' sl"irPenin?  <1"'  l,0>'"  '"' '-'"   *!»"'•                                                     "" "'"•||- '" -"""• •
telligeine.  power nf observation      mnl      During  ii veiling   \.   Vrman gave     Outdoor     or     Harden   Hoses—Plant
matter ut a  few  short  months.      lime               .              ., >».,         ,, ,,               ,                            . .,.,       ,              .        .              ,     .,               T
souse of responsibility.      I.n    the train- lw-o   well   rendered   -aei-ed   songs,      lhe   nbout a   font  Irom  each  other:      make
was  when   the  organisation  wn-   look-   j„g  ;.   „,,„.„   vvjder  than  thi-.  fm-  the Holy I ity" and "IC   .,,  I   id.'              n hole Inrge enough lu allow  the roots
• I upon nt  u furl nf -i few  enthusiasts,   handicrafts,   the  arts    md   -  iences  nre  1(, spread mn nicely: cover with     fine
■fl...  passing  mouths  have  thrown  out   brought  in lo make him   , good  <coui Iniuppnrp   Uafifiufanp   PfimnanU      ""''  m,her     ''''"'"'''  '''''"'  ''"'y     "'''''
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lake application to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for a transfer
of my liquor license of the Beaton
Hotel, Beaton, li. C. now held by
me, to J. A. Thew.
Dated  this  16th day of Feb.   1910.
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Necessity of Large Reserve Stocks.
Only wnen adversity comes, can we know
our lull strength — or weakness.
A smaller concern would have been completely dismayed by the disastrous (ire which,
in one night, wiped out our Dundee warehouses,
together with two million gallons of Watsons
Whisky.
But we were carrying on business-—without
inconvenience to any of our customers—the
very next day.
I he large stocks of whisky we continually
hold in reserve at other points, enabled us, at
that crucial time, lo fill all orders with the usual
promptness—and with whisky of tlie uniformly
high quality that has always distinguished our
brands.
When you consider that a two million
gallon loss could not hamper us, you can readily
understand how well we are prepared to meet
any untoward circumstances lhat may arise, and
to ensure uniform age and quality for the
contents of every case we ship.
Insist     on
Watson's
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"NO. 10"—A lull-bodied. niliU  llavorrd Scotch.
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New crop now arriving from our growers in Kigland, France,
Holland, Canada and the United States. All tested as to
vitality and purity on arrival. The best is good enough for our
customers.   Catalogue free.
Business will be continued at our old stand until May.
After that in new location, which will be announced later.
ADDRESS
3010 Westminster Road
VANCOUVER,      -       -      B. C.
M. J. HENRY,
A straight, honest,
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Contains not a grain
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THE M.A1L-UERALD, REVELSTOKE, B- 0-
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Synopsis of Canadian Homestead Regulations
ANY availablK Dominion Lauds within the
Uailway Halt in British Columbia, may
ba hoiimslemlmt by any iiot-i)U whi. ta the sole
head nf a family,or auy male MB >.» >8a,ra'''
nun. t„ the ouwil of olie-nuarter section ut IDC.
wcros more or leas.
Entry must be made personally at the local
land ollice for the district in which tho land is
situate: Kutry by projj may, however, be
Bade on certain couiliunus hy the fatner,
Bother, sou .daughter, brother or sister of an
4uteudiiii{ homesteader.
Tho homesteader is required to perform the
conditions connected therewith under one of
the follow ing plans   :
(1) At least six months' residence upon and
cultivation of tho lund in each yonr for three,
7 12) If the father (nr mother, if the father is
deooasod) of the liomestouder resides upon a
farm in tho vicinity of tho laud entered for, tho
requirements «s '" residence may bo satisfied
by suoh person residiux with the father or
mother. , , . .
(Si   If tho settler has his permanent residence
upon farmiuK land owned by iiiin  iu the viciu-
ityof his homestead, the requirements as to I
rcsideuce may be satisfied by  residence upon
tbe said land
Sil mouths' notice lu wrltina should bo itiveu
to the Commissioner of Dominion Lauds at
Ottawa of intention to apply for patent,
t'ovn.- I'oal minion rights mil) lie leased for
a period of twenty.iue year- at au annual
rental of II per acre. Not more than 8,5110
acres shall be leased to ouc Individual or
company. A royalty at the rate of five cents
per ton shall be collected ou the merchantable
coal mined. w   ^ ^
Deputy of tha Minister uf the Interior.
N B,    rntiuthoriziv. puhlii'«ti»u ot   ihu ad
Tortisemont will uot be imiif for.
Notice to Contpaetors
NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thut
•ixty days from date I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands for purchase of lund situated
•bout 160 chains up from mouth of
Wood River, post planted about 100
chains above mouth of Wood river and
•narked E. A. Andrews, S. ff. coiner
post, thence north 40 chains, east 40
chains, south 10 chains, thence west
following Wood river to point of commencement.
Dated this 10th day ol December,
1809. E. A. ANDREWS.
W. ANDREWS.
Agent.
3STOTICIE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
•ixty days from date I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands for purchase of land situated
about 140 chains up from mouth of
Wood river, post planted on north
■ ide of river and marked P. A. Bed -
• trom, S. E. corner post, thence north
40 chains, west 41) chains, south 40
chains, east 40 chains, containing 100
acres more or loss.
Dated this 10th day of December ,
1909.
P. A. HEDSTROM.
tl. E.  HEDSTROM,
Agent.
3STOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
• iily days from date 1 intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands for purchase of land situated
•bout 14(1 chains up from mouth of
Wood river, post planted on north
•ide of Wood river and marked G, E,
Hedstrom, S. W. corner post, theuce
north 40 chains, east 40 chains, south
40 chains to Wood river, west fallowing river to point of commencem >nt ,
containing  100 acres more or less.
Dated this 10th day of December ,
1909.
G, E. HEDSTROM.
LAND NOTICE
TAKE NOTICE that 1 Percy Harold
Pearse, ol Trout Lake, B. C, occupation engineer, intend t.i apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:—
Commencing at a post planted at
the N. W. corner of lot 472."\ thence
•ast 20 chains, thence north '2D chains,
thence west 20 chains more or less to
lake shore, thence south easterly a -
long lake shore about 30 chains to the
8. W. corner of lot 4723, thence north
•long western boundary of lot 472S
•bout 10 chains to point of commencement and containing  III acres more or
Urn.
PERCY HAROLD PEARSE.
December 16th, 1909.
3STOTICE
Revebjtoke Land District.
Distilcl ol WV-i Kootenay.
Take Nol iii- thai   I.   M. lv.   I.avvson,
of Revelstoke, bomekeeper, intend to
apply fur petini.sion iii purchase the
following ilesoi Hied IuiiiIh:
Oomiuenotng al a poit planted al tbe
south-east corner of. [<ol 8,668, and
marked "M, K. Utwion'i North-weel
Corner Poet"! thence 10 chains touthi
thenoe lOohalna wosti thence 2u chains
north) thenoe 2H cbalni eaati thence
SO chains north to line of Lol 8,688s
thence along eald lino to pla i i om
tnenoetnent
,AWS0N
Dai ed Ootober 18th, 190(1,
Nov. I" tf.   MINNIE K. I.
ARROW PARK SCHOOL.
SEALED TENDERS, superscribed
"Tender for School Building, Arrow
Park," will be received by the Hon.
the Minister of Public Works up lo
and including ilie 31st tiny of .March,
1910, for the erection and completion
of a large one-room frame school building in the Ymir Electoral School
District.
Plans, specifications, contract,      and
forms  of   tender  may  bl a  on   and
after the 7th day of March, 1910, at
the office of the Government Agent at
Nelson; the office of tho Government
Agent at Revelstoke; the office ol the
Pennock, Arrow Park, and at the lie-
Secretary of tho School Board, J. N.
partment ol Public Works, Victoria.
Each proposal must be aei nmpanied
by an accepted bank ohoqtte or certificate ol deposit on a chartered bank
of Canada, made payable to the Hon.
the Minister of Public Works, for a
sum equivalent to ten per cent of the
amount of the ten,ler. which -hall be
forfeited if the parly tendering decline to enter into contract when culled upon to do so. or if he fail to complete the liork contracted for. The
cheques or certificates "f deposit of
unsuccessful tenderers vvill be returned
to them upon the execution of the contract.
Tenders uiil not be considered unless made out on the forms supplied
signed with the actual signature of
the tenderer, and enclosed in the envelopes  furnished.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
F. C. GAMBLE,
Public Works  Engineer.
Department   Public Works,
Victoria, B.C., March 2, 1910.
For Sale or To Rent
Two li-roomed houses aud 1 acres of
ami. Been cultivated for sears. All
inds of small fruit. A .'nml location
ust outside of city limit..—34,000.00,
Half cash. Will sell or rent any porlion oi this property.
A good     investment,     now is your
time.
E. PICARD,
Revelstoke.
Th2 Naval Policy
FIRST DIVISION ON THE GOVERN-
MEXT PLANS,
Ottawa, March l'i- The lirst division
mi ih,. Saval Ilill look place ai midnight, the aiiiemliiii.nl of Mr. Monk
calling tor a plebiscite before committing ih,. country to nny expenditure
tor naval defence being defeated by
17.-,  lu   is.
Whi!,.   vvaililiLr   ior   llu-   question        to
In- put, ih.- French Canadian members
sang o Canada;  then  from  ranks     oi
llic  oppositi   line   sirains   of       Hod
Save llu- KiriLr: the chorus swelled and
the Liberal side look up the theme.
and iln- entire house rose aad -uiil'
tin- National  Anthem     with     a     vim
whirl, mail.- iln. rafters ring,  the | -
pie in ill,, i rowded galleries also
standing.
After On- venl to ponl-up feelings,
some one culled for eh 's to Sir Wilfrid Lutirier, and the opposition niemi
In-r- tai-.-i! their Voice wiih a tribute
to Mi. Borden. Tli,- one Liberal member I,, vote i.n Mr. Monk'- amend-
ineni was Mr. Verville.
Mi,, followinu opposition members
voted for Mi. Monk; Messrs. Doher-
ty. Broder, Wilcox, Lewis, Forget,
Worthington, White (Renfrew), Lortie,
I'aquel, Currie, (Simctie), Chrisholm
(Huron), llai'ion, Shnrpe, (Ontario),
Nniitel, HI,ni,lin and .lamieson. The
rest ui the opposition \ui>-<l aL'aiu-i
ih,. Monk  amendment.
i'n iln- Borden nniendnienl calling
fur an emergency contribution of sum
equivalent to two Dreadnoughts being
called, Mr. Thoburn, ol Lanark, made
a brief speech, and then the vote was
taken ai I a.m. Tli,. members of the
opposition, wiih ih,. exception of lhe
French-Canadian Conservatives who
voted fur ih,. Monk amendment, also
voted  tor  the  Borden  amen Intent.
'flic result was ,i- follows; Eor the
Borden amendment, 75: against, 120, a
government  mujority of 51.
Before the members thronged from
the chamber the whole lluiisc joined
once more     in the   National Anthem.
Th,. following Conservatives voted
aguinst the Borden amendment: Messrs
Monk. I'.I.iiitliii. Forget, N.intel. Lortie
Paquct, ami one English-speaking Conservative, Mr. Clarke of South Waterloo. Apart from thi-- the second vote
|was a strictly party one, there being
nu defections from the government
ranks.
PIL'CE COURT
Eggs tor Hatching
Eggs for hatching Irom the follow -
ini: imported pure bred stocn:
S. C. Rhode Island Reds.-S2.00.
Si!\er   Lined  Wyandottes,—J2.00
Barred Plymouth Rocks,—*2.00
S. C. Bull Leghorns,—(2.00
Cornish  Indian flume,—82.no
White  Crested   Blink   Polish—?2.00
Emden Geese—$3.00.
Imperial  Pekin  Ducks.—?1.75.
Also stock from  the above  for  sale.
MRS. li. A.    UPPER.
Moving Pictures tonight.
3STOTICE
Notice is hereby given that
sixty dins after date I, -J.
Brill, occupation, carpenter, intend to
apply to the Chief Commissioner oi
Lands for the purchase ii tie following described land, commencing at a
post planted about 2" chains south of
Wood River ami about 160 chains from
the mouth and marked -I. Brill S. Vi.
comer posi, thence west BO chains,
north 21) chains to bunk of Wood river, thence following south bank of
Wood River easterly about B0 chains.
thence 20 chains south to point of
commencement, containing 160 acres,
more or less.
Dated tins I'm, day i >! Dec.,    1909
I. DRILL,
i',.  E.  Reds trom, Agent.
Dynamite Explosion
On.- wliii,. man and four Chinamen
were killed Saturday morning in an
explosion at ihe plain of ihe Western
Explosives, l.nl.. at Tunstall Bay,
P.owi-n island, when n large quantity
of dynamite in a packing -lied went
up. The biiildiiiLr iu which ihe accident
happened was wrecked from the force
ni the explosion, which was a terrific
un,-. ihe shock being plainly felt as
far away a- N'anaimo.
Al ihe lime live m.-n were packing
dynamite in the shed, and it is supposed om- of them drove a nail into
ihe deadly jmwd.-r ur »-!-»■ accidentally dropped a box. All live were instantly killed, several of them being
lii,.rally  blown  tu pieces.
About a year ago a similar accident took place there, and tin.re was
another on., a few weeks past, when
one whit.- man lost his life.
WANTED   l «ii ui iln..  good    carpenters ai s'oti i. mn   M'l i   ■
tor, giving experience, ami wages ex-
giooted iu P.O. Doj -L Salmon Arm.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given twit CO days
(rom date I, W. Andrews, occupation,
miner, intend to apply to tbe Chief
Commissioner ul Lands, to purchase
the following described land, situated
about 900 chains Irom mouth of Wood
River  and  a posl OB      south
side  ol  river and innrf.,-.;   W.   Andrews
N. !'.. corner pus-,    thenoe south    4"
chains,      west     I"     chains,  north  4"
chains to point ol Wood river, thi
following L.,uik of Wo  i rivei   o j oint
ol     mi lencemei 60 ac-
res m. re .a   i
Date I  il.     1' ■ . .!..;.  ol li-    .
w   ANDREWS.
Clean Up
The Seattle Publicity Bureau says:
Every ,ity and town in lhe North-
went should join in the Spring Clean
up movement, lor it is undoubtedly
line thai every section of Oregon,
Washington acl Idaho will be visited
by a large number ,.i Easterners.   Ilie
we-i ear I .: reputation  last summer
a- a line - inei  resi a I   and according
i,i tin- li.--1     information    obtainable
there will i..  n ti     tourists coming to
the VortllWfsl d nit _ ill.'    V.    nil
•   ' I lie    i v   I...     _ •' ■   .. .i       lo
"' ',- in   up:   plant      mot,.     irees     and
I i ibherv.      abolish     lhe    disgraceful
CHARGE HE VAGRANCY.
Joseph Larson was charged before
• I. II. Jackson, acting police magistrate, on Thursday, with vagrancy.
Accused, who is a deaf mule, pleaded
guilty.
Tin- chief of Police in laying ihe information, said accused had been reported lo him as bogging irom door
lu door. On being searched accused
had been found I,, have in his possession SI Loll, lhe pro,. Is of his begging here. A lisl, showing lhe names
of all who had given him money was
found on him. willi an appeal for
help lo enable Ilim lo get enough monev io give him an education. The
accused, in writing, said he wanted to
get to Winnipeg, Inn did nol beg all
ihe lime. He vvuiild get emphlytnenI
when he got m Winnipeg.,
The court ordered ncctisetl lo leave
low n by lhe lirst train, and in the
meantime lo stop begging, or if
caught at it ao-.-tin In- would be sent
iu Kamloops gaol. Accused was let
out on sttspondod sentence, Larson
came from Seattle.
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NOTICE.
TAKE    K0T1CE that I Intel 1    to
muke  application   ■ •.cnd-
ent of Provincial Police for a transfer
ol retail liquor license of the Kv i
Hotel,  Can ',.  rni .   B I OW  held by
me to II. G, Ware
Dnud this 15th day ol Peb.  1910.
Imo. J. A. TI1EW.
I he     I,.,.,1,1..  i. ... mi    iiifi
Ihe   I  In   - 'if"   I.'ulwav   v. iih   ..ine
mm.   m, and  il    mini     hi
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."   id,..   ..i  public-owned   titililios,
w nl, their possibilities ol pull and Derive   an-  all  now      I "li-
■ !    ihai    nothing could be worse
than private ownoi ship."
Laid to Rest
FUNERAL OK I.AIT-  .1. HOUSTON.
Nelson, March IG—Flags at half
mast, and minute bells pealing their
dirge  imparted    their  solemn  message
yesterday afternoon, ns altnost the
whole population of Nelson paused in
its myriad labors to pay the last
earthly honors to the dust of John
Houston, pioneer, journalist. statesman and "Father of Nelson." The
cortege numbered hundreds, and other
hundreds bore a less conspicuous part
in lhe universal  tribute.   .
The funeral, whicli was the largest
in the history of lhe city, vvas held
from lhe undertaking parlors uf the
Standard Furniture Company, Baker
Street, while business was suspended
throughout the city during its continuance. From 1.30 to 2.110 o'clock
the body lay in state and hundreds
who had known the late John Houston in the vigor of life looked for the
last lime upon his features. At the
latter hour lir. .1. T. Ferguson conducted a brief service in the presence
of as many as the parlors would hold,
two or three times the number standing outside.
The cortege as ii proceeded from the
undertaking parlors to the public cemetery, was led hy the city band.
playing "The Dead March in Saul."
Next walked the members of the City
Council   and  .ity  officials.  The  Nelson
laerie of the Fraternal Order of E.agles,
of which order the deceased was a
member had next place 71 strong. The
pall-bearers, .1. .1. Malone, F. Teetzel.
E. I'., l'hair. .1. A. Gilker, T. Madden
and .1. A. Irving, followed wieh the
hearse, and a large number of conveyances. About   lull men  marched
|behind tin* conveyances, besides hundreds of men and -women, boys and
girls, who kept to the sidewalks. As
the procession passed up Stanley Si.
several hundred pupils of the public
school were drawn up in front of the
building in orderly ranks. The pupils
of the hir/h school were also present
iu the crowds the departments having
been dismissed for that purpose. There
wereiTuwds all along lhe line of
march.
Al  the open grave in the I'.airle plot,
| after reading from the Scriptures and
before repeating ihe words uf commit-
lal. Dr. Ferguson said; "We are
about iu lay in the grave the mortal
remains uf one whose task is now ended, lhe generous heart ami open
hand have given their lasl gift, The
valiant heart has finished its last light
on earth. The pioneer has passed into lhal undiscovered country from
whose bourn  traveller returns.   Let
a- give thanks for nil the good winks
bv him attempted ami accomplished
wiih deepening wisdom and Increasing
(ruitfulness, And let u-, standing be-
'.side ihi- grave,     vow thai we     shall
Strive, wherever our lol may be cast.
to labor foi1 lhe liitrlii'sl good of our
follow men, and io the praise and the
glory ni lhe great name ui Almighty
God.'j
Iln- Eagles also performed their
beautiful sorvice, E. Ferguson rending
.i„. ritual, aid Charles McDonald the
prayer,
Tin- billowing i- a partial li-l of
the II.,i.d tributes placed on lhe gravo;
Broken    column,     Strathcona   hotolj
Boaid of Trade;. Wreath, Mr. and Mr-.
Board "f Trade; Breath, Mi. and Mi's.
.1. M.l'hee. Wreath. C. II. Ink and <V,
A. Ward; Wreath. Jas, Sohoflold;
Wreath, Mrs. .las. Mel'hee,; Wreath, -l
.1. Midline; Spray, Mr. aad Mrs. .1. A.
Gilker: Wreath from Rovolstoke friends
A. -I. M.d.iiiell, II. McSorloy, E. llf
Ci    n   i.l. i'orning,   \. Mi line.     A.
E.
John on, 0,  II.   S'aglc,  F.  Eraser,
A. Hnggon, F.     Robinson, .If Samlet
Doyle and Allum, Ltd
are   disposing  of  their  entire   .Stock   :hi a
small advance on cost.      It will pay you to
investigate   their    prices    on     Diamonds
Jewelrv, Cut  Glass,  Silvprware,   Watche>
Doyle and Allum, Limited
..,,,. II,. I. II. Hamilton, \Y. Cowan.
I L. C, Gillan and T. Kilpalii.k. Dailj
News.
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from country ol origin.
WHOLESALE     DEALERS     ONLY.
REVELSTOKE    IB.  O.
When you see this Trade Mark on any Medicinal or Toilet
Preparation you purchase, it is an assurance to you that every ingredient entering into that preparation is of the highest qualitv that
money can procure. What is even more important, it is an assurance that these ingredients have been compounded, according to
the best formula known, by expert chemists of long experience, in
the employ of one of the largest wholesale drug firms in the world,
the National Drug and Chemical Company of Canada.
As you have probably noticed, "NA-DRU-CO" is made up of
the first parts of the words "National Drug Company". It is pronounced "NA-DROO-KO", with the accent on the second syllable.
Being aware of the extensive use in Canada of simple household remedies and toilet preparations, we felt certain that Canadians would welcome aline of these goods, sold under a distinctive
trade mark, that they could be sure were not only of the highest
standard and guaranteed purity, but were compounded by expert
chemists, from formula; that had been well tried out.
If we put this Trade Mark on one article only and proceeded to advertise
it, plain common sense would tell ns
that We must make lhat article R.s.d
or we would lose out- for people will
not keep on buying unreliable gi . . -
Multiply that necessity for quality
by over one hundred and you have our
position, tin the quality of each NA-
DRU-CO article is slaked nol only out
investment in that article and our Iiojh.-
of trade in it, but out investment and
our hope of trade in lhe whole NA-
DRU-CO line
Wc know thii tin- quality of the first
NA-DRl'-Cl i preparation you I uy will
practically decide whetl •. r you I Nome
a regular user ol NA-DR1 CO articles
or not—and fur thai trial y -i may select any one of the 12S pre| nations
We welcome tins because c.'ii article
is lit to uphold the reputation of all.
The Third Guarantee
of NA-DRU-CO quality is the tact tnat
NA-DRU-CO preparations arc :.   ei
at any time or in any place, sold at cut
prices.
NA-DRU-CO preparations are so
much better than the preparation!
whose prices arc cut that disccrni
pie prefer to pav fill! prices for I
DRU-CO goods, because they have
the guarantee that everv \A DRI -O I
article is compounded Ly expert chemists from the very best ingredients.
The Fourth Guarantee
of NA-DRU-CO quality i- sh,.rt and
very much to the point If after try-
big any article bearing the NA I'R! •
Ci. Trade Mark you ..if in.' entirely
Satisfied, reiurn i: i" ilu- druggist in ni
whom via; bought '■' and i'i will hand
hack your money li< v..ii ilu it wil-
line.lv, in,,, because nc guarantee to
stand ihe loss and retu n • ; im every
cent he gives bai k to ]
NA-DRU-CO Preparations
Not "Cure-Alls"
There is in, NA-DR1 in preparation that will cure everything, and wc
don't ., •'..
nm thei ;
rei cdy for eai    i     -   m aili i< a'
remedy thai ...-. :'. •■ .   :...
ti, n.. ol i'n ■
Consult Your Physician
NA-DRU-CO mi
arc not inti nded tol
I far fl
'. ■ ■ •
, kllful
.md ;■ would i
own   .'. .'
i
It c .nicit
,. - nd in
other i . re'iable .  lun
Is a ri
Tu put the absolute, rrlial .i.'v I '. RA-
DRU-CC pit; "ni doubt or
question, we ate prepared to fun
your physician or yew druf. I
•. a list of the ingredient* in any
NA-bRL'-CO preparation.   Ask  I i
njen, who are men ut va-idim: r.
unity, nml in whi ;t-  jrou  . I*i e
implicit cunt.i. Jt If A-DRU-
CO remedies.
If yout not tin  parti,
--■-■■
■
oui   nearest
wholi
Write for the iqio NA-DRU-CO Almanac, givine i lilt "'■ NA-DRU-CO
articles and prices, with other useful information. Adtlress ".National Drug Co,
Advertising Department, 34 St Gabriel Street, Montreal."
National Drug & Chemical Company
of Canada, Llmltod
Wholimls J Halifax -St. John   Montreal   Ottawa   Kincstnn   Toronto   Hamilton
InBObMI lLondon—Winnipeg  tRegma—Calgaiy   :i>:,on   Vancouver -Victoria
What the Laws Say
Tor the protection of the public the
law of each Province in Canada stales
that only thoroughly qualified men are
allowed to dispense prescriptions—
these men being physicians or graduates
of recognized Colleges of Pharmacy.
Therefore if a doctor gives you a prescription the laws of Canada require
that it be dispensed by a duly qualified
druggist and not by a man ignorant of
the action of drugs.
The logical conclusion is that as the
laws are made by the representatives of
the people, the people want protection,
and should welcome the opportunity
of being able to procure in any pari of
Canada medicinal and toilet preparations compounded by eipert chemists
and guaranteed by a firm of our standing.
When vou see the NA-DRU-CO
Trade Mark you have this opportunity
and the guarantee for which you are
looking.
Source of the NA-DRU-CO
Formulae
The National Drug and Chemical
Company of Canada, Limited, acquired the businesses and maintains
tlie honorable traditions of 'JI of the
principal wholesale Drug Houses in
Canada, from Halifax to Vancouver.
All of these firms had long and successful careers, some of them fifty lo
one hundred years, and during their
existence they had accumulated a
splendid lot of formula; which all became the properly of the " National."
After giving these formula! careful study and practical tests for several years
we have now brought out. based on
them, the NA-DRU-CO line of about
12"i medicinal and toilet preparations
All the ingredients in these preparations
are the best and purest that money can
buy, and they are compounded by a
stall of expert chemists, each of whom
ranks high in his profession.
We have such implicit confidence in
NA-DRU-CO Preparations that wc
offer them with
A Four-Fold Guarantee
The First Guarantee
is the firm behind  the NA-DRU-CO
Trade Mark.
The   National   Drug  and  Chemical
Company of Canada, Limited, is one uf
the largest wholesale drug linns in the
world,   having  a   Paid up Capital  of
over Five Million  Dollars.    Wc have
wholesale branches  in  the  prin
distributing centres in Can nl.i
you can at all times satisfy youl
that there Is such a firm.   We  in
largest   buyers of drugs and   do   the
greater   part  of   the   wholesale  drug
business in Canada   We employs
of aboul nine hundred people and di tribute in salaries, dividends ami other
expenses uvcr tine Million Dollai
nu.illv ' We carry a sunk distributed
among our  Branches ol  about  Two
Million Dollars, and In addition we own
red estate and buildings which   ire
iu day worth   aboul   Pive   Hundn .1
Thousand   Dollars, and   other   large
assets,
All Ihis stands as a guarantee behind
each package healing Ihe NA-DRU-CO
Trade Mark.
The Second Guarantee
of  NA DRU Cl 1 qii diiv   i;  the  NA-
DRU-CO Trade Mark Itself. Page 4.
TtlE MAIL-HERALD REVELSTOKE. B C.
WEDNESDAY, MAId'H  1°.  1010
Zbc flDalUlbecalb
I'UBLISHKU WEDNESDAY ANU
HATOBDAY  at
REVELSTOKE. B.   C.
Jntcrior publishing Company, |
Limited
Subscription   Rates
Including uostaKu to klnglaud, Uaiied Suites
ami Canada,
By the year [through postotttoe]   •*•*•
Half       •■ "      1.6(1
Quarter " " •'    l.UU
J'JH    HINTING proinialycxocutodairoason-
ai,M- rules.
TKHMS-t'ush.    Subscriptions imyulilo In ad
Vance.
ADVERTISING   RATES.
Legal nut ices lu cent- per lino llrsi insertion,
j cents per line eael, -ult-eipielll iliserlilill
.Mcasin.eiin.nl. Niinpiit iei [i'l lines make one
uielil. .-.lure ana guliuiul Inisllle-s ale
iiiiniiccineiii- $i.») pur Inoh per month.
Preferred UOiUliotl*. ■::. per cent, ml-
ditiiml. Mirth-. .Main ine- and Deaths,
50c.   each   iiisei'iinii.
Land amice- ti.Hl All advorttseutenU
- line,i to thu ajipniviti,,! i in- nianagoinuuU
Wauled and Uondunsed AdvorlUoiiienls:-
Akciii- Wanted, Help W'.iuic.l. Situations
v\ iiiletl. Sil ual 1011- Vacant. Teichers
Wanted. .Me. hainc- Wauled, 111 words or
le-s Wo., each .nidi!lonal line Hi cents.
Ghangen in standing uivorlliionieiitti must
ne in by li a. in. 'I uusday and Friday of |
iwlIi week lo seeaiv good di-pluy.
CORRESPONDENCE invited  on matters of I -
public interest,   Couiuiuuloattons to  Kili- l .     .
tor   niusL   be   accompanied   by   nauie   of   I lie   I
Several   houses,   Furnished
and   Unfurnished
DFOIR,    SALE
Dwelling houses from $1275
upward.
Building Lots in all parts of
City at prices ranging from
$100 up.
REVELSTOKE GENERAL AGENCIES, Ltd.
Ti MIES
REAL   ESTATE,   LIKE,   KIRK  AND   ACCIDENT   INSURANCE
*m»a
i.(i|.l)!'li:i li CONSOLIDATED.
Vtnericu can now bnusl uf possessing the premier gold mine ol lhn
world, thus wresting first place Irom
the Transvaal. The Robinson mine
Innl for some yours distanced all "tilers,   reaching   an   annual   nlltpill   of   a|i-
pioximutelv    *l..".nn. I.       The       flold-
Held t'onsolidiilcd Mine- Company reports a production from its proper*
ties in lloldlicl I. Nevada, nf S0..SH2,-
032 in iis lust lineal year. This splendid showing via- ih,- result of milling
10-1,-171) iuu- of ure. The net profits
were s."i,iiji;,i;i',i, oul of vvhieli dividends iimoiinting In S5,0()0,000 were
paid, being nl lhe rule of SI, 10 per
share. The management lias been bb-
vuml ci'itiiism, both in its technical
und business aspects.
Conservative Convention
ami  their
writer, not uooeiwarUy t'u publio.ii.iun, but  .: >      nm..m.,
M evidouoo nt Koort faith,   Correnpondouoe  T IOIls
HtioaM *>o tiritif, Spokl
icia-   Fiih'h of the    Dominion   unordin
The   the    constitul imi      iwlnppmlonl I
has  been  one  of   su.'h political  malefactors.
H
ARVEY, McCARTEH
ANU PINK HAM,
BAKBI8TFR8, SOLICITORS, KTC.
Orricica :   Impkkial Hank BUILDING Kkvbl-
stoke. II. C.
Mono; to I.'an.
UlBoen: Unvolstoke, B t'.    Craiibronk, B, I,
Ulill. IJ.  .Mll'Ali 1'h.R
A. il.   I'l.NKUAM- J. A.  HAKVKV.
Kevelsioke. Craubroolc
TTT 1LLIAM 1, HRItiGS
Bai lister
Solicitor, etc.
b ilicitor for:—
Thk Canadian Bank ok Commerce,
The Molsonu Rank, Etc.
ihe  most     iinportant   fruit  exhibitions
the continent,  ll  has been a  reflec-
to   I'.Hl  I'HEl'A RATIONS IN I'WKiHKSS
of      Itetween  three an I four thousand delegates  are  expected      to  attend      ihe
big  Conservative  convention  at   Olta-
I'AHTV   I'lH.UH'.-   RUN   MAI). wa  in  -Inn...      On  lhc  ha-i-  ol   twenty
iiuii un Cunuda  lhat British Columbin      "n
.•aie.i i-urses of British   delegates  fi
iii-lii iiciicv      llu
Shamrock Leaf Lard
Imperator Hams and Bacon
Dairy and Creamery Butter
Mince Meat
Fresh and Smoked Fish, (All Rinds)
Eggs Strictly Fresh
P. Burns & Co., Ltd.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MEAT MERCHANTS
ha- had  i" sen.I  ils fruit south uf ihe   Columbin   todnj   is   ihe  ramification of   total  number eligible  will  be   I.ilim.  A
ine  tu     must  forcibly  illustrate
■ upcriur  quality,   ainl  wc believe
ils ihe party machine, Every  appoint- start  is  mm   engugeil  in  making      lhe
the menl, from  the tie,any minister to  lhe arrangements     ainl    sendiini out     the
time is  not  far distant  when     tlie   B. ollice  boy,  i-   bused  on   parly   patron- notices   to      lhe  different   associations'
('.   Apple  Show  will  stand   mnl    to age.     The people were promised a civ- asking  thnl   they  select  delegates.      A
none in the way of tlie world's annual il service system which would do nwny number have already 'lun,. -,, ami  tor-
fniii  demonstrations, vviih ihi- wretched condition of limits, warded  iheir     li-i   i,, Ottawa.       The i
  Inn   like  rrtost   political  promises,      ii attendance     promises  lo he so     large
ZINC   MIMVI. w'~   made  lo  In-  broken.       lhc      first that   il   will   be  necessary  tn   hold    the I
Hun. V,.  Templeman, Dominion  Min- i'"l>"rtani   appointment  since  ihe pro. gathering     in "in-   uf the big skntin
ister  uf   Mi    has   rendered   splendid ""-"' "'as  made, aud  lhe civil      service i inks.
FIRST ST.
»OBERT SMITH
K°
service  to  ihe mining industry of Hit   '"',  hrougln   into  ioi.,.. iia ly      thai
ti-h Columbia bv  iring a vote     ,.i  "f provincial tax a or. was  placed
REVELSTOIvE. B.C.  ,..„„„„ u.     j,,^,;'ntIng  ,,„. p,,„„^   outside'the     public service altogether,
Mi.  I.	
Provincial Land Surveyor,
investigating the proee,
used  iu  the      pr .In. liuu uf /ine,      fc
lh,-  making  of  experiments   and      fc
Lumberinq
THE    MOLSONS    BANK
INCORPORATED 1855
Capital Paid Up
Rest Fund
$3,500,000
$3,500,000
Has 65 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in all the Principal Cities of the World.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS     BANK   DEPARTMENT
At all Branohcs.    Interest allowed at highest current rate.
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager.
of Vancouver,  lieinu ihe '
appoi   lhe nmin uiialifieation being'       UKAVY   I'U.URll.  INVESTOR.
. am- other purp  that mav be deem- P«''t>   allilinlion     rather  than    ability      The North     Star T.iimber Company,
W     Seenug  ed' advisable for pr ,tion of lhe pro-   ■».'. or experience in.  the  *. "f Winnipeg, which  - vulunble lim-
McKbnzik Avenuk,                                 duetion  and  manuftietnre  of An.-,  ami «"   hwr a l.u about  loyalty  to  Iti i-   l'"'' properties in Imi-i  hootetiuy, looks ;
Box ll«, RkvklM'iikk Zinc  ,,,0,1,1,1s f,,,,„  ranadian ores.   At •"i'i nnd thai  kind of thing.     If    our   s-"""1  '"  Ml'.   1-dwnrd  Brown, formerly I
~77\~7uZ-~.   l.»-l., lm,.l.             ~ Ipresent  manv thousands of dollars ni-e I'"1''!'' "ten    mean 1.. he si,,,.,.,.,..     ,|„.   "'  I'orlnire.     A  Winnipeg despatch uf
Al.ION A   K\ELhl                         ||(is(     K   (o (.iniiv  thr(meh   mi_ ,;,,,  ,lep ,-,„. ,,„.,„  ,n 1;ilv„ |n iinIerto   ,. „   ,|a„.  .,,,„.,,      ,,,,„   ,,„.„   ^ntle-]
seientilii   anl  inadequate methods      of I'l'ove their     -imeriiv   i-  to substitute   l»."'  'md  hmighl   for cash all  the   un-
treatiiiL' /in.   ores, especinllv in Rritish   '»•' British  el 1.  impitrtinl  system  uf   -"Id  Irensury    -,,„■!;  ,,1  the Company,
folun.l.ia.     The mii..- deiinrtment   uf ,1'" ' >^  "ervire for the grnfl  maehine   'he capital of which i- half a million.
,,    .,   ,   il, veiiiuieni pro,  to undertake wl»<*  '''•'.•   I">ve borrowed from      the  'I''"' nmottnt was 805,00n, which     was
Aom":Tv^x:;^,h::e;;,,'^[-...•,■ ...s a,,.i „,!*,nfo„„a,i„„ n„,, p,,,,,;,..„f lm„,s,„„... .*«,„.,.,„,,.,,,,,-,,. (
auentiiui.                                              Irom  abroad  with   1  view  to (mprov- '••  ' ■ roster, who has been a prom-
 . _s  |I1L, ,1,,, |„.,,^,.„,  j,,    ,,,,| prevent- '"""1 mi" '" ''"' publir nfTairs of Can-
C.  W.  O   W                       «nB (1)(| ^ren|  wi(ste now  prevajiing ;n ada, notwiilistandini:  ihe ia, 1  thai Ue
Mountain view camp, No. lis         the treatment of ores. I'1"  in  th.'  I'nion Trusl   nnd   Foresters
■ Mi..'■.-  Second aud  Fourth  Wedue»aays la                        exposures,  mimmed   up  thei evils of nar-
8»eh inuuth. in Selkirk Hull.   Vtstttn   Wooo-, ' ,,   .       ,      ,  ,
■n.aoordia.l, invited toat^d                              ,„ ,„.,,.   ,N„   ,„,    miVMTITSTm >'  P«tr«nnge yer>-  well  ,n the tollow>                                       	
j   MclNTYKK!   Clerk
r
D'
Alt! IIITKIT-.
Vam'iu'vkk and Rkvkustokk, li, r.
Dominion Parliament
Hun.   Y.  Oliver,  in  inlrbdueing     his
liill   to  ainend   lhe  Volunteer Ad. said
West Kootenay Steam Laundry
Revelstoke,  B. C.
Your White Curtains properly and promptly
cleaned. Satisfaction guaranteed ;n aj] lines.
Woollens a Specialty.
Phone 71      Office Corner 2nd. St., and Mackenzie Ave.
Kootenay Lodge   Ho. 18, A F. Jh A. M.
H.»u i ■ iittpinn- ihi- sospion:
1 ;pi   ih.'   .i|urii..ii   uf   (hi-   llnirfb'
Tin-    tii t   the   P   ■        i i!    I -ji-
llll UIT    if:        " akin/     iu r     I!       •■  , -i   hi-t»
'•'•ni   • lit."      jtirj \ [ip*>ul.   Sil-
n ■ i .i.,„ii i .        ,.  ■'■•' ^-""" :,f i""',> '""'•""-
!■_'■• i .,n-t mii.t. :l ni.'tia.•(• io honest
■«n i ■■ | .■■ ■ _ ..>. frit men 1. in.'ite- in
.''■'.■ii    W!i«tt*     .f   ('.■-..iii'-.'-     md   ■•Ml'ava-
Th« r^/nlar immi- |»tt*l
MASONl'TKMt'Lt: ' '    " "
^/hfJd'iJoX'in m ' l;"lh ''-1 ''•'•   ,;'     :'-'-
*rh    aioutll     At     8 It, an     lh.   i
• tn. Vi*iiiu«lir«lli- . ,.,.       .1   eviieni ilure.   lemli)   inevitahlv
•«u    oarditllr   »•■■      --"  m:	
*'•*•■ ,„.ell, """I"    ""'   l"v"'r  ,,,"   "" f  I1"1'
ihe time allowed fur locating, lands to
which S,',ntli Alii,-an veleians aie cn-
IIlied. This given until ihe end ot
IIM I. during which ilu- -flip tan he
loented,
J. T. l'Ot.Ll>' h. Ih.UK.
I HAS. J. AMAN   SEl km hi
SELKIRK  r,ODOE Y2   I. O.O. F.
ilih.
ai-.    oil   -Ii.iiiI.I   forlhvvilh       he
-ir     l.u-l;
.      elite  ,|     le, ler  ,|       illllillli--
nni it
M««t- tt.nry Tliar-
Ur   n'aii.u*   111   Sal-
■rk H»l! »l Kn'e'.uek
_FV,iii,u« br.thrta ir.
oordiallr iaTltad tn ,;.* ..
WOMEN'S WORLD
\i'\<t   11-1 ■   -ainl   -11,111  «m   an   eiuimol*
L    I'KOtn N. N'.O. JA^   MATH1E -*'
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Cold Range lodge. " ol P.
No. 76,  Rovolitoko, B C.
MKKT- -HlKY  WB0NI4I  vV
except li.r.l W e.lue.Jiiy ol
each rntmtli. ia iddfellaw."
il...     at    l    1 .'. iet.      v'UlltS(
Kntiitita*r.. eartliaiif   ut
I. P.   HMITH   1     C.
Q. H. BKOi KI K    .'  t   * I
J. B. 3C0TT   ii. nt f.
I.
11. F.
t'.H'K r Mm -     '■■'■- ltd
Meets    in   I.   II.   II    I.   Hi!
Tapping'"   1 i|"-i 1   II   •-■■
Monday in month.
V*i»ltlllgj   lilellllHIl      .1   ilh       1.
.'■uu..,I.
I '.   li..   I'L VIII- V  V    II '
Kec.-.Het . H. U
Zbc nDaiUlberalb
•   "?-:'"
y   froi       ^1 -     Foster   uniler   the |,.,| ^inl;
iei   'a.!     ie- 'I',,  sine,.  f,,»!   ii-,,  vv a \   la|icr such as
vvhieh     ii j« usfil  in uas lighter.
•'•   !|i"    "parti       lief,,,,. 1 ring Imi   Iinil  into n glass
■■   nace  1.. dish  or     jar,    pul   ii  on  a wet  cloth.
- Thi-   vvill     keep   iln-   »la-s   from   crack-
IV hell      jae..
•ervire Take .,  round piece .,i .huh.  run     a
-    thai ruhlier it, it, and  keep ovor lhe top ol
  ineai      chopper;   no   diisl   and   alwayi-
■ '■   i'lve ready  lor use.
who Mattinu   ami  matting  rugs  of siraw
, may  he      freshened      hy washing with
I he- -all   ami   water  ami   then  rubhing dry
in . IJ..   a uh .1 1 loth,
\   new    llnvor  ..an   lie  eiven   lo   1 oolied
in .me-   Iiv     nl lin.-   a   eoliplc   uf   sliees   of
lemon.     Another    method  is  10 cook
' llUg    Ul'    -1'ieeM
Never  use   1   -ilk  -1 a if or -ilk  hand-
ken iiiel   ine1   lialiv 's      I'mf   las   n   veil)
>.  .ii..a..li   or 1 ni penetrate    and
i.ale,     ,-    I,alile    lu   -mulller.
'A   ■      ihi   ■,..,    learnt   t" "all,      lhe
nol   i"  lei    him
earning   lo   w all,
.I bowleg*,
Inke one
-,   little    all,
1, ,   tea poll
.   il       lu
Spring Styles Ready
—the handsomest hand tailored
Suits and Overcoats ever showp
in this city—created by the
foremost designer in Canada.
The Fit-Reform craftsmen have
surpassed themselves this season,
and we are able to offer not
only the richest and most
exclusive styles and patterns, but
also the greatest values.
At least, see
these elegant
spring Suits and
Overcoats.       »
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Revelstoke,   B. C
-
rook-1perHom will, an incurable cough.
">'"       lll:" I    New   linen   for  working  upon  should
lurnip    .a   i„.  rubbed  over with  a onko uf soap.
'"       '''" " 'ihi-   will       ren,lir   lhe faliric  sofl,      go
iln  ilt.nvinir    threads fur embroidery
... .
,1
. I    I.l III ...ll-
upon ii  will I,,, iiiueh facilitated
Wit anii Humor
A1 Cumberland, Man land, the oolofa
eil ROrvnnls, as a rule, go lo their-
ovvn  homos  nl   night.     The cook      in
M,'l
ende ivorint     •
en  ol  thai
[11 uie il' lo
from     taxation ll
 '•' I   Tu  remove  ncralchoi     on  [umi
0VCr    dip   a    woollen   ran   i»   ll.lilcl   li„s |„i|
   'the family o( the Episcopalian clortry
III 1 III e ' ~J
ill     or
ampl '  ;
'own     and     muni   1
1111. M'fi.i snow,
I,..  .    ,1.
■■ ■"    muke tieel-
1 i-i  n     ipeide
Ml I III    ill
I I
| he   v..,,, I.   ui   \|     ... 1      ,,,,1 h, editor   ol
Frnil   Mai a«im    ii	
ati anii'ial   apple    I"1"-'  ''"   Hi i'i I'    ' "     ■
lamina  -ie ervo    'I"'   1" 111       ''I'l'"11   ol
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I
nnd will) il well ruli the scratched article, vvhi.'l, shinilil then lie varnished
iv nl,    liell.u   iii- olved  in alcohol.
1 Mil) or THANKS.
iii,   behnll uf  the friends  uf  lho   late
    'John   iln I.eim in.     we heir to tonder
,  ,     tm     1,,,,   oui   hearty     thonkn lo thono who  po
mm h   kindl;   ■•■ lender!  their sympathy     nml
li nl   ren trilmteil llornl wreaths.
wlj  foi
\   I, relieved
,f   , .'  .   placed
,.,   1   1
MII,   IMI MUS.  .1. II.   MiKIA/li:
''
tv\\'l I li   To    .11  a praotlcally new
I  ,  ii.iin      Folding  Kodak,  For pnrti-
I |,, ,i  .      [ive     11 'iei       '..       iln      apply   a!    Mail Herald   ulli.e.
man not   only     does  this, hut of  lain
hns frequently arrived al  the rectory
too late to cook breakfast, Hence her-
mistress lately told her that for each,
break/oat missed there should be n reduction iu her weekly wages. Dinahi
passively a»sonted to this, but next
day the mislress heard the maid nevfc
door say to her:
"Tears      to      me  you  get   lo   workrj
mighty talc."
"I  rets to work when I gets ready,''
was   the  reply,
"How    ilo    you manage 'bout ihev
breakfast?''
"Oh,  pays   the missus,   lo  '00k      de]
brekfui."- WEDNESDAY,   MAKCII   18,   HMD
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Pace t
f
Our Milliners are home
from the Eastern markets
and will be pleased to see
you.     They   have   some
swell new things in Keady-
to-wear Hats for the present season.
HUME'S SPECIAL
A news sheet devoted to the interests of the citizens of Revelstoke and surrounding
towns and settlements.     Our aim is to place before the purchasing
public the facilities of Our Big Department Store.
Mail Orders.
Telephone Orders.
Send   the   children   to
the store,   t.'ome yourself.
Have our city traveller
call   at   your   home   for
orders.
Department Store
Announce  their Millinery
Opening for
Monday Afternoon
and Evening
March   21st,   1910.
Evening Inception
In the Evening there will be a General Reception in all the
departments to celebratel the opening of the New Dry Goods Department—Second Floor   and the re-arrangement ot the Store. "fPH
The Dry Goods Department have a Handsome Bread and Butter
Plate to give away—FREE —to the Ladies as a Souvenir.
The Grocery Department will serve Tea.   We hope to see you.
C. B. Hume Sir Co., Limited
■
See the Electric Coffee Mill—
a grand new "Ilobart" machine.
We can give you genuine steel cut
coffee, either ground or pulverised,
in a minute's notice,
Symphony Orchestra
You may lind a mistake in
our accounting, let us know if you
do. We have installed the tineet
ollice system possible and are doing
our utmost to keep apace with the
times. You can help us if you let
us know of any mistake that might
occur. JTeffe fi.
TjhlE MAfL-HERALD REVELSTOKE, B. C.
WEDNESDAY.   MAKCII   18,   I'.MO
FRASER CITY
Fraser City, tho new antl importanl
townsite mi lhe (irniifl Trunk Pu'cille
survey, .uul on  the KiiiM-i   river,   vvill
Spring Clean Up
WATER NOTICE
For Sale
HOW TO Cl.E.-CN A CITY. S'otiee ie heref.v given tlml an oppli-
Seventy   thousand   men.   women   nnil ,,,,,„„ w!i]  |„. ,„a,i,. um\vv  |.,„i   V.  „l
rownup  boys antl girls,  or hall   the the "Water An.  WW," to obtain     a
,     P°P»!«t'o„ of Spokane,  have I ,, en- Urense ;„  ,;,,. J;i.v,,.„,k„ Divisio
1      I1"'   listed  by  the Hue Hundred  un.l    Fifty \yeg,  Ko0
tnonili of two large tributnry streams   Thousand  Club  to  pnrtieipute  in   il
ol
isor mnl n oharter has   been   [om,th  anniinl  i-lenining duv,   il,,.   ,|,,i,.
I'lV.-r   uli!    vnu,..
s   .s 11  11 11. u
tenav   lli-lri-l
I    (u.i   Tlii- name, address ami occupation uf the applicant, Jacob S. Wtens,
"I'l'1""'     f'"'  "• l'"1''1     '"" railroads   (,„■ which will     be lixetl nl  the     next I Nakunp   II   C    frt.il
opening  up  tho  verj   rich  Biirrotiuding   , ,jng   ,,,'   ,i„.  ,„-|rnitisitfion.   C.   Iloi- ' ,.'i,i .   ,'i',
mineral   ami   timber country. |„.n   \|,„„-,..   f,„ ,|v „„„.,„.  ,,,-  ,<,   ■
Fraser City will !»• the naturid bast?   rtne   win,     roeeuth
of supi'lv   fur   tlie  I'aiiliuu   nml    P..air   )lt-   I'liMi,],.,,!   nml  i
River     country, an.l a  railroad which   ,|, giinisiitinn  «ii
will Im Imill  from Fraser City lo Sum-
Gasoline Launch, The Tonka, 21 ft,
one and six horse power engine.
Good as new, Detroit built. For tortus
unci particulars write to Box 73, Itevelstoke. 3.
s-iinnil  il Ili.-i
id.i   'Ilie  iinin,.  ol  ill.   lake,  stream,
lh source lil unnamed,  ilm description
'   i-i   Little   stream,     iu n  ' I,   running
.ni  uf siiuill lake 1 ui mile ensl ..f said
a yeur,   wijl   Iiave "ill   ■uplailis ,.i Un-   j.ini|
iiivess  iu  ilie   m\m  |„  ,|„.  !„,,,,  uil)l|||   ,Wn  n,.„k, ,,
iirganise tlie vari
Peace Uiver waterway.
Another I'm., will he Iniili   Irom   Era.   wol.
BCr   Cit\    I"   llarlu'iv ilie. |      ya,
Mini.
uu ii. i.-i  .,f 'In. proposed
j    (c. i   Tin- poinl   ui diversion, -"  roils
'l";"'' '"'  active   Wt,s| ,,,- ,..,., ,.,,,] ,,i |,,| n. sub-division
uf i,,i   PJ7 I i iroup 11 i.
N,'u""   *•   ''' '"   ",n  dei-lni-e ;    (,i.)    n,,. qaautitv   , I wnlei   npplied
Ihe townsite ami  a  large part ol the   „  ,.n ;,.  |,,,|i.j ,v   , .,.,,   ,,,    i,,,.;),      uh,.,,   |nr.   „     | u|i|    ^
adjoininij      terrilor.i   is  owned  b>      a   mam,fai.turinir,     wholesale     ,„.! retail   [,, [,„,',  .„.,.
nyndiinle   ui      \Wliington   ami   I.l,In.   ,.,„„,,,.„..  vvj|| tlonnte  lhe  use of   iheir   '  ,,.""   |,',.
capitali :-.   who   intond   devolopinu tlie   i,,,,,,,.,   i   ,,.i,,.i..    ,,.   i i   ii„    ,.,,.u  '       \      ~. .
... ,        ,,■,,.-        '""    '""           '     '"""   ""   -'"'''   works: Taken  wita  «w« <x\«a;u* from
limber and mineral wealth of the t art-   BRp   ,,,   ,,„,   ;,„,,„.,,,!lnJ   |,|ll|ll|    ttlli)e     1||iilnl ui||i
'":;;'li"1  ' , ,   ""•   ' '■''><»•'■•   - '"'   "ill   I-   de-l     „-.',   The  pi,.mi;      which   ilie  wa-
Ihey propose erecline  large pulp and   stroved   ,,,   „,„   ,,. .   „„,,„.„„.,,   Greets   ter •„  ,„  ,„.  „.,.,,.   Lol   a   s ivision
"-'"'"""  "   h;' '     '*' ;""1 h"w      -  ""(1  "''•»nl      '"'-        Ti"""  "■""-""'   of Lol  4271 Cr ,  (1)  iv i,,.;
tra.lv     ii raiiL',..!   lu   huve   a   portion     , il    |n,.m|,,,,M   ,,f   tin,  (l,„.   llnmli-,,,1   mul   l"if- .,., i     i    '.-
""i"""-'"  me I'm'   num in■■! ami   in-       („      11„. ,,„,.,„,.,,< for which   the wa
tlie  luwn-ii,'  cleartil   for   Hus   purpose.   ...  -i-i .. i    i,a       -u   .     •      • i . '
... ...        •    i """-an"  nun  win   .I--I-I   in      im  i,,.,. ls ,„ |„. used,—imentinu vegetable
IL,. stmtegli'  posrtton  ol  1'ia-er ( Hy   yn(1|.,,    i,,,,,.,,  ,.|p„„[„Lr|   whieh   work   is   ,,.,,.,]„„
.shuull     make  ii      ol f the leading   .     i, ninlete,!      in   ■■ l   i.,.,,,-     „,',..,•        ,      ',.,... ,       ., ,
.    ,           .  .,     . ,   .. »    ,.            '"  "'     'ompieteo      in  -i   num-,  nltei       ,|, ,   |,  ,,,,. irrigation,  desertbi       the
towns,,, Cen.ral l.ii.isl, CoThmbla.        wl,i,|, „i.     pupil,     from (he     (wo   ,„nd  intendpd   „,  lv.  nn^„tl    ivin
""•  '"^   "'"■n- .'-   '"   •'"', -yl"'"a"|   '"Rl-    »«'" *• <.»-<>-■ "*nnU  will  plant   ,,,.,,,,-,,1.1   .„,,■  wesl end uf  Lot, 2
-lone,   wiih   (lie  nulustrtes   they  ml I   ll,,w,-r  ami     cn-nss     -e,.,l-    ,i,.l    m   out        .   ,-   • • ,  ■        , -,-,     • ,. ,,.
""    .|n"    ''  '"" j sub-division ,.f I,,:   12cl ui Rroup  (1)
if :  |     ikl   Thi-   noti,,.  wa-   posted   ,,n    the
Ilil,  duv  ,,f  March,  I'.'l".  and  an  np-
,   '"''  '"' "' 'Cnnisntinn. pliealion      vvill   he  mude   to  ihe  Com-
'     ' ''  "'  *.n" '   lfl"h",40"     '"      '•«>  l"">     nion. than ui'.iini, pers    mi^„I1,.,. (1„ lh„  ll;ll ,av   ,f .v.,,.;,. A.
■the mosi   prominent  capitalists in   the   ;1,      „,,,!.  Inst      spring,"  said  Mildred
American   Northwest.  Air.   h'us-i      will
Ih- iii   Vancouver iu  the eoiirsc uf   the     ,   ,|      i    „    .• .i     ,       Snoknne look- i   ,
,    , -i •     I M™ of nnv riparian     proprietors or been-
turning  week  to look  over  ihe  Umber   ,.,,  „s  ,„,„      ai|l!  ,.,,,„,  „,  , „ow .,;„. -^ ^ .^   ^ ^
Htuaiiui,  Itei-e wiih ,, v,e«   to purcl.ns-    ,;,,„,. ,,al, Q, , ,,,   „,ls „„„„, ,,,y 1 R rf      , ^ k
,n, a site for a large sawm.ll and box   volunteer work,.,-  and   lhe e v  plan J,-,,„.,.     ah,,v, '..,- ,„,„w    ',,,„ ouUet,_
**:;',""; ,       ,      ,,       ;W;"   ''"T""1   '""   ""'"""    ''"'   ">l"""!i-il,.ui-nnll  ll.',,-..  Ilolieil   I.n line. Nakusp
lhe   larire   interests      already   taken   ,,,,.,. ,,; .,  ,„,MTl,   ,.;,i„.,.  |,v  ,|„. ,.|„i, ,-,,.' .
P.. C, below outlet
Dated  March  10th.,   1010.
(Signed! iii.lfi.
J VCOB L. WIEXS,
NTakusp, B. C
lokio    Manh   1 I    A   strong  constitn
Shingle Mill for Sale
A small Shingle Mill For Sale. Engine, boiler. ..lointer, Perkins Shinglo
hnad machine bolters etc. Capacity
35,000 per tiny.     Apply to
rhe LEE LUMBER CO.,
Wigwam, B. C.
I'lU; SALE.
,li  uli- . -   md hull mnrkel garden.   \
good  business,      Team,  harness,  wagons, sleighs ami nil necessary lools to
u      nn   ; he -a      Eur prii ,■ ■     and
purl    .  irs  ,'. ri, ■ call on tf
• IAS.  IIEIIIIII.EV.
lievelstoke. B.C.
to tlevelop, will  make  Fraser City one   s|md(,   ,, „_   Y'ul
I importance.
The  -v inI...it,,  i- headed  bv 'Merman
iii.. unu.
larire   interests      uiiemi.v    uuun   iwe ,,,  ., ,„.,,,,r   ,.j,
up by    American cnpitaUst-R, goes  fat   ,)lr, ,itv"
l,, assure  the future prosperity til Ihi-
ti.h Columbia.
K. (',.  I eslie &   Co..  with ulfi-es     in
(he Opera   House block,  flranville St.,
Japan Wants Peace
will sell  the Fraser River townsite for
the   \„i. - i    a   syndicatf
Mr.   Leslie.
fonnerlv   ..,'  Trite  >V   Leslie,  conducted
tiotiul democ
today a- tin
prevolcnl   over   tin
ir     party  was  Formed
esult   of  dissatisfaction
mbmissive  foreign
I"
,..| annoynnee ai  iln ntinued
Shocking Crime
lhe  Poinl  drey novernment sale     for   |io|i(.y o, Rn|.(i|]  (<| m ndJ .
this linn las,   November.
Indications  poinl   to n  qui, I,  sale ,,i
these  lot-,  a- manv   Washington   and   BW) (|
Idaho people  have alna.lv   applied lor    1,|v,„,:],„. „      Rnsso..lapnnese land al-
''' valions.      Only  a  limited  number   ^^ |n iiddiUon (f) (hp A„„,„.., ;|ri,,,
of lots will  be offeretl  for sale and  at   ps(>    i;i   |m(.t_  n)|ih   ^  Muy^  ^ ,
pri.e. of o„lv   S45 to SIT- a lot, which   ,ll(„,,^,,,v  ,.„.,,,„.,,   ,„,„,.  in  vi,.
with the greol developmenl  which will 	
tah,.  place  there  in   (he  immediate  In- t nun
lu-   offer,   i,   -|.l Ii.l  opportune   to ^111  SIlOE    On   G.   N.   B.
• investors. ,,  ... ,.      .      , , ,. ,
Wellington,      March     II—A   slule  ,,n
the Ureal   N'orthern      tracks yesterdny
in,.i i in.- swept   ,i  -p.,. •• 1  fee,   i nrr.
I . -   ..lull, killed  .'■   n    ■     nd   'Wi nt   i
Vienna,  March  IJ    \   Iragodv   almost
.,, ii i  - i . , •  i '"' un   i.l.'ii   |.  ■  loi-oni, i, :■ ■ ■ ■    i •■,
without parallel is reported trom '.al-    .
.,,,.,       - i       i ^f' eanvon.        hi      i ■•   i I nea
in v       \  Polish enngrnii,   bv   the name
. . | ■ i-i 'he stntioi   nl   Vlvin, on  the hia      i e
.if  Przenikowski  returned  '.•  In-  home
... .   ... , . , ami  ii  ,- believed two davs will h.   re
in  ilm  village  ui  /e-lonv   ,,n, r  n  de-
... .     , ,. quired the hnl
cade ui  absence  in   \men n       His par- '
, ■ , i ■      i,      ■ i ' nu rl,
,-ni- ,li,i  no,   recogni •   linn   I i temkow-
l-              ii        i           -  .       ,   .- ■     i   the
iski iireten li .1   lo  Iw   in  ml m ■••■ fn 1
r      .     - i       1    t
<>[ then   sun -  nnd  ii-t.-l  for n  nigl    - ,
lodging     lhe   "Id   mil eon-
eente !   nn I   plied   him   with
l'i 'ellikowski   told   them   thei
|ir,,.... ■ md   I hnl   lie   himself      had
$125,    in  his  pocket  I '''
ot bi "     '        '     -
Uler retirii
... an I   ,., angled   lhe vi
lhe,    thej   went      tl
'• The
passpoi t     bein
Thei   • vamined
s- !• ,,.
lhe     mm
I i in   si
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C. P. R.
Easter Holidays
FIRE AND ONE-THIRD
FOE ROUND TRir BETWERN
ALL STATIONS
PORT ARTHUR ANU WEST
TICKETS ON SALE MARCH 24 TO 28
Final Return limit March 3D, 191D
Vr'i'HMi THE
AVIATION MEE'I
AT VANCOUVER
March 25. 26. 28
For Sale
By   Mortgagees
2 Farm Horses
2 Cows about to fresh
1 Yearling Bull
1 Boar
14 Sucking Pigs
25 Chickens
Farming Implements, etc.
All located at Albert Canyon.
For particulars apply to
J. D. Stockton,
Rogers Pass. B. C.
TO  INVESTORS
If  you want a sure  invostment, and one
lhat will stand the closest Inspection write
The Over-Land Financiers Limited,
VANCOUVER.   B   C.        mch 12-28
r
Russia Prepares for War
More bread and Better Dread
fyrrr h f
■
-And the Reason for it
A
STRONG I"
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Mini'
■
ui I   ri. ,i  :    '\ii-.   kind
i .   -
n-:t thai .
•
from  '
Cii i '. .
wi.- .• thi ugh a  ;
thai not  i tingle low %t ide |    '
hai the :       u
in wi'.li .-ailc.
4>
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Wi itbrn Canada   i i
o.ii '-, iv iiniiint!, Man, Mi
None of this!
PER
Surety.    Safety
Certainty
$20.00 DOWN
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The Dominion Stock
& Bond Corporation
i ii •
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1 20
TO-DAV
Remember  Only   :00  'irmro-.   will
1)8 sold >n Revolfttolr
[Hf aOMINION   STOCK IND   BOND
CORPOeiTION  LIMITED
GALT  COAL!
Send|in your orders for
this excellent coal
Dry Cedar, 4-Foot
im Per Cord.
_ BARGAINS IN
Residences,  Building Lots
Fruit Lands
W. B. ROBERTSON
First Street     Tel 6B.
To Trappers
Raw Purs Bought
Cash Prices Paid
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Purs.
SIGNS
All kinds Reasonable Trices
Painting and
Paper Hanging"
- ttisfai 'i'lii Guaranteed
Iv'. V.. CU'AVVFORDC
Cor Third >t. anil I'obpon Avenue
Closing Out Prices
Fruit and Ornamental Trees
Having dipppppd of our inirFt-ry grounds to he cleaned tip
hy May, I nm prepared to offer uncial prices on all each bargains
Splendid BFSortment of ornamental tretF, acclimated stock,
having been growing on our grounds for years. In no 10c. up.
One of the hest selections of roses in H.C. in all leading
varieties, suitable for this section, in good 2-year blooming niv.es,
•Ine,. each, $20 por IdO. 9150 per 1000, i-maller ones half-price.
50.CH0 fruit trees in leading varieties. Let me price your list
10,000 shade trees, in all sizes antl prices.
(ireenhouseB full of plants in all sizes and prices, from $.'!
per 100 pots up.
M. J. HENRY
OFFICE AND PACKING GROUNDS
3010 Westminster Road, Vancouver
Revelstoke Flour and Feed Store
Royal Standard Flour, Five Rose Flour, Hay,
Grain, Feed and Chicken Specialties, Beans, Peas,
Barley, Breakfast Foods, Mayer's Celebrated English Horre. and Cattle Foods and Medicines.
The Paget Supply Coy.
E. W. B. PAQET
J. WIL80N
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged and Impioved.    First-ClaBB in every respect.     All modern conveniences.
Large .Sample Humus.
Rates, $2.00 per day        Special Weekly Rates.
Revelstoke, B.C.
ORIENTAL HOTEL.
suitably   furnished   with  the choicest the
market affords.     Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
J.   ALBEET     STOISTE      PEOP.
H. B. STONEX
Practical..
Machinist
;      , ml- neatly carried nn
■   ■■■ I. .,specialty
n nnv cluHS
1  'i...
Front     Street.
|Vef?etable and Flo  i i
BEDS
..   and 1 lowering
HRTJBS
Bi  ■    arieties of
E ;      -' FT  TREES
1 iatalogue
RSERIES h FLORA! CO., LTD.
i'lil;.
\ .in. Oil     r.   I'.. C,
Palace Restaurant
McKcnzie  Avenue
Fruit, CandieB, Cigarfl,Tobacco.
Mmli< 35 centn.
A. H. Sing, Proprietor
UNION HOTEL
ARROWHEAD, H. 0.
Special Attention given to connnerolal
nii'il and tourist!. Flrst-clana lampla
rooms. Pineal scenery in British Colom-
bla, overlooking Upper Arrow I.aku.
W. J. Lightburne, Prop.
E.   G.   BURRIDGE
Tinsmithing, Repairs,   Hot   Air
Pipe and  Furnace Work
WORK   SHOP
Oonnaught Avo.   -   Revelstoke
Union Hotel
RESTAURANT
Under New Management
WHITE HELP ONLY
Stewart Macdonald
Proprietor
CEMENT BLOCKS
Ma tin factored for an cin»f>*b of   hniidutKi
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE CLAY AND FIRE BRICKfe
formula En In run or small gnnntititi
I al th* lowest prioti for rash,
AU kiiHln.ol hnildinu nud;plastorla|r
mi'ltrtakaii
A. PRADOLiNI, • REVELSTOKE - '  . I"
WEDNESDAY.  MARCH   18,  1010
THE MATLHERALD, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
p»g»«
BUILD UP
REVELSTOKE
Patronize
Local Industry
GET YOUR
PRINTING
AT HOME
We cTWAIL-HERALD
has new type and printing machinery
Our stock §f printing papers is large and
well selected.
WE PRINT
Letterheads - Billheads - Cards
cTVlenus - Envelopes - Programs
Books and Booklets - Loose Leaf
cAccount Forms - Ball Programs
Wedding Stationery - Memoriam
Cards - Lumber Forms - Tags, Etc.
ADDRESS-
THE INTERIOR PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Agents for the famous
EMPIRE TYPEWRITER
$60.00 Cash
RAPID GROWTH DEMANDS WU
CAPITAL
Provincial Votes
The     following      are    lhe  votes  fur
Ninth  Kootenay paused l>\   the provin-
I'lN Wi'l M.   INSI III  l'lu\   Til   |-:i{.   iiaf legislature:
l-'i'T TK\ STiiUn   III ILIUM; HEVEI.8T0KK   VfiKNCY
l\  \ \M nl \ T.li. R.    Hoi-don,    tlovorninenl   agent,  12
Vows  which  villi  lie ol  ureal   intoresl    ,l'1'- l" ;,l»l   March,  IDII,       8160
i"  Van \et residents  und  provin.-ial  *'•*""■
invostor.   generally, ih  indh-utlve     ot     u    v-    McLaughlin,  Mining H ,!.-r,
iii"    -il<ii., i      magical   progress      and   '-   '"'I'-      '"  '""I     March   1911, (5J
growth  tiikinij  plan< in  Vancouver,  i-  MOW".   81,212.
lhe :■ ut ti, .-iii.-ii i  iiiuili, lu   ii„. di,.       Y.    I .1" nl-.  i I.i k   md  Deputj   k+
■       m   12 months,  tn  lllsl   \| ,r 1,   I'.lll
nii:'. im.   81,3.10,
W    H    ll in pin- .  12 i in-.,
lo ::i--. Mm I. lllll,      87S.OO,   8000.
-i    Inn-.  .Itinitot.  12  i.:li-.  i.i :il
M ii ii   Ilil I,       Citi    .-	
liu in \ \',i \i ^
!■'    I'm  ,,ii,       i i,,       i i   . i ■    \   ent,       I'ii .-.   lo  lllsl   Mar h,   I'.'l I.   ■■   *M0
si.i;-n
. i   im I.    I i  months,  In   '.: ■••   Mar ,
I'.'l l.  ii  nIiiI    81,212
Railway Strike
lot1"  ill  iln-  Dominion  Stork  ,\    I'm,,.!
[Corporation,   Limited,   ihnl   thej   i,,,>,.
' iriinisi-il   iln- i 'onipnn    nnd   ns
• ■■I   ill" Capital  Sin. I,    ,   S2.1 00,0(1,
I lii    iii'Teiise  in  i ipitalisntioii   1    ren-
ileii-il     .ni   In   il,,, nipldih      «ith
"i ii !'   the  business  ol the Corporation
'- ji"» I".-, und i- din" i Ij  in line with
ii-  empltiled     in.,". ■       which  in
"I'l'l"     'I rei'tioii      n(   ,,   in i.iiin.vni
new,   lorn,  lon-siiirej   oil! i> huildluu
ol brick  uud -'"ii".
I    I '..in   M,"   beginning,   lhe   histnn   nl      •'■      llulman,      Mi iiin    Recordoi   and
the  11,.11111,i.,11  Slock ,v   II 1  Corpora    Dcput>    Use • ir,  12 months,  to     31st
lion  has   been  one of  loinnrknblo  sue-    March   I'-'ll,   ri   810"    31,2*1.
i-i--. constituting  a  line  reemil of pro-      '     •'■   Soovil,   Mininp   li tier,   &.-.,
Igres.     «lii,!i      i-  nil   ||„,  more  praise-   Nilmor,      12     i ilhs,   to  .H-i   Mari'h,
worthy  bei'niise  il   i-  ilmriuterized  by   March,   I'.'l I.   ■■   8100,   81.200
permanence nnd  stability,     (lriginullj   SITIS1I)1I>   I'O STEAMBOATS    \\l»
established   to  bu\   and   -"li   |;,.„|   |V FKRRIES,
lini".  in  invest  funds  lor clients,   and     ' '•' '   '■   Spillimnrheen, $500.
handle bonds     nnd debentures,  ii      i,s      Steanibout,     Columbin   Rivei    above
im"   proposed      to   widen   lhe   Held   of   Revelstoke,   82,"	
the     Corporation's    activities,    to in-      Steamboat,  Columbia  River,      ihovsi
| elude     iii,,-     of u  lou„  ,,,„!  Raving*  "olden.  »l,»
business,      administer   estates,    invest      Ferrj   ul  Uoldstrenm, SW0
funds  for clients  nnd other duties of a      I7'"1'1?   :''   f'unoc River,   -""".
fiduciary  iinlure. ITBI.IC  WORKS
I    li   nddition     to ii- Vancouver busi-      Columbin   Riding,   8-1.1,0(10
ne—,   the      Dominion     S k   &   Rond       lievelstoke   Riding,   860,000.
[Corporation   conduits  n   h-nncli   office       SIPPI.KMKNTAM   ESTIMATES.
:ai   Nnnnimo, where n considerable v..-      R Istoke  Riding,   ■86,.*	
Iiinie of business i-  Irnnsacled, and  il       Ferry nl   Canoe River in addition to>
i- iii.-ii      intention      to    o|ieii     other   s|'-'|n voted,   82,400.
.branches   i'i  dill   enl   towns  nnd  cities
throughout ih" province n- opportunity  offers.
Hi..,-  are  now   being  prepared      for      Chicago,  March   IS    Uthough  a  gen-
In ten     storej  building consisting     of ,.,,,, Mli, f     „„„,. ,)lin ._,.-, „„o tlre.
310 offices  and     12 stores „f different   „„.„  „„„  i „  ,,,u„a 1)V ,hl. |liL.,, offi.
sizes, and     aground     floor basement   ,.ia!.  ,,,-  ,|„.  brotherhood,  it   appeared
I"""-''"1""- 1'"" •" -• ' s«f" ivposii „,iav lha) ,,,„ BCtual walkoul ,if the
Boxes  ,,i   various -i.n-.  lo be erected „„.,, woM „,„ ,„. oraOTed i„.,-,„,.   thfl
|in n central     location    in Vancouver. ,.,„, ,,f ,,„, „,,.,.      Tne lW daV9     de.
This  building "ill  be entirely  modern la,   ;„  makjn(,  ,|„.  _,,',k.' effective     is
,l"""-1"""- "llh  >""  nnd  mM "'•'"•"■■ for  the  purpose  ol  allowing  the  IV,. i-
,-"':""     l"''1'     electricity,  compressed ,„. ,„„.,  oflii-inls    of  the brotherhood
air,     telephone, signal  and lire alarm ,,,  ,,,,,„„   „,   ,,,.-,      ,, ,,,,.,   lo  ^m,t
-v-le,,,-.   ami       will    be,    Hi  every       le-    ,,,„„,.„;,,„.   ,|,„,.„.
» '- ,,," tetd that modern engineer- Qllel,tions ,,f vv.,..,.- .,,,.1 two work-
ins and construction can produce. The ;„,, mle8 .„,, ,,,„ rwk, ,,„ xvhi,h the
estimated i-osl is in the neighborh 1   ;,    ,,^,^  sides     have BpUt.  The raU-
,,f M100 i'iiii i ,,- , ■
niiiii  managers     are willing  lo  arbi-
I    This increase in capitalisation     and  ,,.,,,„ ,h„ wa(fe q tjon> ,„„  ,„,,   thp
'"'- »"     "M'uii-""" "ill  i"  no degree u,„v„,_,   ,„,,..      0ne ,„•  „ie nlle9  pro.
interfere with the presenl activities oi vi,|„. ,-,„. promo,ioil ,,,- ,„,.„„.„     fn%1
the Corporation,    which will continue Benioritv in  semce, while the other i*
a" "-"■'1'      ll"1-     ""• ""'"">   invested ., [1„m:ih,,  .,,„ ,;,,,„.,.,   ,y, haVl>     a
'v.fll be put  i" work at  once, and im-  ,.,.„,. ..,,,„  ,,„  .,„  ,,„p],,Vft.M  eom>
m-'lia.eU begin earning interest for mittees involving engineers'grievance..
it-  owners,   for lliere  "ill  be  no  delav        ii     . ii- i<
lhe men .,1-,. demanding a general ut-
"-       ih       l,,,,ldin8     "P n     business. |crea ,,.,    per cent, in wages.   The
iThe location ol the presenl offices ol principn| ,„,... affecled ,,v ,,,„ „,HU
|the Dominion Stock .-,,,.1 Bond Cor- ,„.,,„,. .„.„ ,,,„ Sant.i ,.x CMca(fo ;)a<)
- nil exceptionally favored A„on Bur|in(?toni Sl paul> ]!o,.k ^
land. Colorado Southern, Great Northern, Illinois Central, Missouri-Kansas
A- „n institution i- only the length- (V ,-,.,,. Northern Pacific, Oregon
ened shadow ol „ man. the success ol shor, Lin(%| Qngon Rai|way & N-avi.
any     nnamial     organisation depend-  ^.^ , ,,m|, l|1V]    Frjsco IJne   Sri,l(h_
»" ' "l,"l,v "I  ''"■ characler and  „,.„ p.„.;,;    and VaioD ,.: , „•
ability "f lhe     men at  the head     of | 	
alTnii--. Heine the Dominion Ptook i-
lliniil Corporation i- particularly fortunate in having on ii- Board of Directors men of iii" greatest prominence
in the province, who have proved successful in all iheir undertakings, and
leriired n ""ll deserved reputation for
enterprise, initiative, shrewdness nnd
honesty,
MEN  PROMINENT   IN PR0VINC1 \i.
\1 'FAIRS AT I1FAD.
I he  President ,.f (ne Corporation i -
il"   llm,.  Price ICIIison, Chief Commit.
ionei   ol  I  ii i    for Uritish Columbia,
and President of the Imperial Fire In
iler" lil,.
The Director   ini hide   in li prominent
incii as .1. \i ii'i'li, "i. president of lhe
South VI . in rton Coal Co., lil.. ind
(lie |'ai iii. Coasl Coal & Coki Co.,
Ltd., M. I
ndinn  \,,, ihei n Coal Co., 1
i' h I.uniii. i     I ■■ . I "1 in
Sound i'l,'   i'm .  I'l.   md    ice-pn
"f   lie-   I', ni'.   of   \   ■. "i:   .1.
A    Iln -.." .     K.  '      liai' I lei  il I
Hi"' Ioi     of ■ I,.-    II mk ni Vancouver,
''.Ml, 1.    I       ' 1   \l  1    .   I
1 M R.. R.S.A., l ■' •        i -
'    in   will
'"'iiimi"     ■ i" ■ -  pn ,
i..' dire ' ir,
1 ' ■ '    lie-   An,Ii
ii,i    ,,-'   il.e  Dominion '
11 lorpi
ing .'a-'-i ii    :'i '   1010,    11.>.-. ■ undivi,
'ili-l profil   of over 30 pi i    onl for tho
pitnl
whii h an  hi    ■ ' "■ "'"i '       I
I holder",  ""'I intl
k     v i'i  li,. j uirdo I a i
i    ih,, ,• nl nidi     ii
m     "   ' il.li   lied   bank*.
II,,U    |l   "' 0     " ll
nffon I f.,1   uibseriplion, fur whii h     n
■  nf application    I
recoil ."I.     All  "lm,
Id nt par, and lhc full
less
Ml"'. il
.ne. being on the ground floor of  the
Winch building, near the posl  office,
125 Preparations Under One
Trade Mark
\ m i-i striking example of the.'
L'i""ih of ih" Trade 'Mark idea in
' "ill i- being announced f"r the-
lirst iim,' today in the newspapers
throughout 'lie Dominion, It i- the
■ \ \ Hl;l in" line ,,f about one hundred .md twentj ti\" toilet and medicinal preparations, compounded by
lhe Natioi al Di .. and ' hi ml .2 Co.,
"f Canada, Limited,
Ml the pi •■   \.A-
ni:! ' " I ■ li M irk, thi 'r-1,1 «ith
ihe R, : ' ii  "    entlj   displayed,
rn I to line -iiii more     dis-
'   lively
of m d,
In   ii oil Ahich
-
1' ,
I hi-;.
!        '
i   liie.
i i      |
I   •
..
!'irm.
I he     N'atiol   11". ■ i iar-
tion i led b; II     I rhen
only, nml fi. '■ r
\    i     prool   ;
in ii
i,
pii tel)   di
»'
..
1 il|    'till
I N \ -
DRU-CO line, "'<
Vt Ball
■
ly. fage R.
THE MAIL-HERALD REVELSTOKF, B- C-
WEDNESDAY,  MARCI1   I*, l!Hi>
f
Spring   1910
Millinery Opening
March 21st and following days
We cordially solicit your inspection.
We are quite sure you will pronounce
it the finest display of Millinery ever
shown at this Store.
REID <&■ YOUNG
LOCAL AND GENERAL
I,    -Innl is     organising  a  Rooster's
Bin i.
Nelson  proposes   to  estubli 1 en
Ural  lii"  hall.
'I'll-  n menl   ol   Kami.op-    "1" m -
un  im ren I £ "" OHO nvci   I.i  I year.
'I'he Council  of  I'hoeni \ hi	
all  -I."  in.i  I in. -   i"  he  '.  il "in      of '
the  citj .
'lh,- lioui   of  il..   Me 11 ll  Sen ire i"
be held  al   i'i" Opera   lln'i-" lonio      n  ,
ha-  bi "i, ultered to 3 p.m.
The City nf     New  Westministei      is
laying   pink  concrete  sidewalks  aa pre-
f,-i ihle  to  the glare of the " hiti
uietil   in suminci
VV.   II.  Bitrlon, a  Canadian      !'
n-ailv. ny       on hi Ioi     running  hoi iveen
'< ■   Mn.,,.1.    ui,I   Kootenay   Liming, hns
pm  based the Monro 1., lei m   '
foi  825,000.
\     msolid ition of  cei lain  1 irgi
torn ibile interests, involi ing a i   :
gsnl ion  of  >al   I" 'i Ircil  millioi do
llll llll Il'l   K'UJ .   -i      P.   Mot -
Co.,  linnni ing 11»«- combination.
\\    I'.    M.    ; master l
.   .     P    R .        I    Ig ir;      ud  formerly of Revalsto
sup ' 'A    "
.
ill ippoinl
'1 i ■>
i
V,
pu
.
1  .   >"    I
on    is     I.
:-
■
ia i bolition ol
l>   -
"
\
V
^1
Ol
Es.
■ 1. [I
PURITY   FLOUR
Tn those who have nut yet given Purity Flour a trial we
would suggest ynu doing so if you wish in procure the besl
as we absolutely guarantee every sack. Your money refunded if not just what we represent it tn he.
TEA   ANI>  COFFEE
We have a full stock nf tlie leading lines in Teas and
Coffees and can offer you the 'nest values mi the market,
ranging in price Erom $1 per ih. tn 3 lbs. im- ,-?l as a special.
A. HOBSON. BAKER & GROCER
Moving l'i.iini.s to-night,
The     funeral  of     iln-    late Thomns
Skinnei  vvill l<" held  Mnndnj  nfteri i
|at  2 o'clock  from St.   Peters church,
j Oddfellow- ure reipii'sled In nssomblo
ni 2.llll p.in. "• niaivli i" iln- Momni'ial
Service ul   lhe Opera Douse m II p.m.
i
I    So a- imi  i" "la-li "iiii ilie    special
Siinduj      School iisscinblles tomorrow
1 ni -j p.m., iIn-     hour ni iln- Memorial
service  ai   the  Opera   House  has    h"""
lehuiigcd i" " I'm.
N'oriuuu   I'riiser,   li'iiin  dcspalcher nf
Moose     .1 ' i    mil     i rlj   ol   Hovel
Stoke,   «   i-   :i        \ ',- lini    [,,    llle   citj    Ves-
iii.l." ui: iii- retui ii from a Irip m
III" const.
Pete Skrohrnnik, who u.i- supposed
tn i.i'" 1"'. ii killed rn ih" llogcrs Pass
-li I", h.i In-, ii accounted for a-- Inn ■
I 'mil; mil been in  die ie cidenl ul  all ami
is   lllll".
Wl I- appeared "ii several     of     ihe
hold Im--.- nnd rigs on Thursday,
March 1711,.. the hotel Central being
(he lirst in run them llii- yeai, I'hls
i- ihr lays lalei   than  I IIUII
i .inii",. of ih. Peace dohti I' Frisbie
of llill-i.l". Michigan, in In- resignation Innt week, gnvi' a- hi- reason:
"I .,' il option,  ii,, drunks, no » igrnnts
; tin disorderlies, no liu-ine-- to makr
ih,. oiruv desirable or prnlitable."
|    hi-  i am I  that   ih" i Iracie     and
Wj li"  I'lllli i.  lit   IClldel'bj   ha •  li     -"hi
in   I".    It       Ilellart, "i  Kelowun,      for
^/  sin.im"    Ti,.i,.   i-   another   re i   go-
I ing ih.- round lhal I lie I'"• lill ranch
ai Okiinugaii Mission hi- been sold
I'm- a  -.11 .     In.  -i\  figure mark.
\dvertiser.
New Shoes for Easter
IT IS NOT WHAT YOU PAY
BUT THE VALUE YOU GET-
THE   ^
BENCH MADE
Your Insurance
Is  one of   the   most   important   items
in your business
LET Kootenay Agencies, Ltd-
Look nfter this Ir ncl
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, LTD.
Successors to Kincaid & Anderson
\   l'■'    h ' _     ,'_'. ii'.ni  ha-  nnnoun-
"eil   llllll    lie   will   '    .1    '".ill'    a!"   . "H|il"
un!..-- i he pi i'" i i\ ,■ bridegroom bus
nn i.. "in" , ' si.lUKI ii year. He holds
■ thai I... i:, f ilie chief causes of "" "t",-. Imt statistii - -n-taiii
ih"  \ i"i\   lhat   divorce i-  rather  in   in
\, r-,-   i    ' mi-,.
; W,. ii ,\ ■ I ecu informi d lij the local
c I'.I,'. ,.:'' lhn i slecpino i ui i-
ii.iu iitlnchetl in tin- local Lraitis \...
i:'. ,,i"i I l ht'tween Hoinl »toke and
Vancouver for the ". mfoi: and con-
leiihii."     of     the  |iulili,   nsint   those
I!  i".- nf  lievelstoke will
fivntlj   uppi-i   iate   iiii-  action  of    ill"
r .i'.i;.
I    John   II.ei-:."i    lied   peacefully, being
i conscious for half an li  before     the
'••nd.  For the pre\ ions -i\ daj -  he silt-
i,i",l  terribl; . and  "a-  mi' srious im-
long |i"i i.. I-. 'I In- doctors in nl tend-
'ance state he must have sulTered ler-
, riblj for the pnsi il  i ill'-, owing in ih.- we ik ." 'ion nt il"- hen",
an.I internal troubles, « I.i. 1, were the
immedi ii       mse of denth.
Th.-    St.     I'm' i.'.-      Kiucrtniunient,
|„,.1|. il liar, h   ITih.  will      be
[mi mi at  the  Sew   I .li-.ni Theatre .m
April ,'ith and I I he ('i -:  for lhe
Irish  i mm '     .    .   ''Shaw   \ i
aie rel rlj  ami niili     a
.. • .     .:. .-.       K"! we,.li      \    ' -
II]       111'    lal. -I il.
1 ■     f ■ niphonr Or-
niii-i".
eiing of tl Revel-
_    .   \\.   II.
igi -1'ion as
.   io   -i    leaving   Revel
ia-  month.    Tli"
. ::,■! « ii I,       nun li
!i.  Jackson     ap-
on.     Tli"     ciul'
' .   dd   m    dowi
istei   Monday  and
the   lull ..i     that
poned       from
,. ,i    '  ..,!      i.i
When the warm spring days
come we naturally think of
Oxfords, and in most cases it
is "Empress" Oxfords and
what prettier and more comfortable on the foot than this
one. Dainty, stylish and made
as only the Empress makers
know how to make shoes for
women. We will be glad to
show you this and other styles
of the Famous "Empress"
Shoe for Women.
One nf the host displays nl' Fine Footwear
t'or Ladies', Misses' and
Children ever shown in
the City. The newest
lasts, the hest leathers
and the hest workmanship, all combine to make
niir stock the necessity
foi' every one.
Tans and Browns will
he greatly worn the coming season and we can
show yon a nice assortment in Hals, Oxfords
and Pumps.
We pin our faith to the
lines we sell and guarantee every pair.
Empress
Vassar
Miss Canada
Classic Shoes
I'm- Misses and Children have now an enviable reputation
in all Canada. Any mother who has once bought them
fn;- the child always wants them again. They tit and
they wear.    We are exclusive agents for these shoes.
Our Trade is Increasing
Because we study our Customers
and  supply the   best goods   obtainable.
G. W. Bell
P. O. Box 208
GROCER & BAKER Phone No.23
SOCIAL UNO PERSONAL
.
■■
1 i
HflW ABOUT EASTER IHIOOS0
BEWS    HAS
In Ea»tcr Novelties
Rabbits Chickens
EKE   Candy   Boxes
Chocolate Eggs
'
,-i,!     [tail '       Barter    '
■
Bews' Drug Store
\
■     I!
11 ,    Hem .i
'	
..       of   Mi       I
■
.:'.!.-      \
■
•        ■    ■
■      '" .   i
|
■
'i i
i    Mrmori
I.   I'ROI'.YS'.
Ladies' Skirts
A nice showing in this
line in all the latest
Spring styles. A choice
range of sizes.
Alterations made by
ati experienced ' dressmaker on the premises.
It Reasonable Prices
£fHfa    ' ;      MPS.I.6.
Crick, - First St.
■ —«».>
Opposite Windsor Restaurant
ol i hi- di
List Your Vancouver
and
North Vancouver Properties
with
ANDREW  E. LIDDLE
P. O. Box 137 Telephone 40S0
800  Hastings Street West,  Vancouver
un*.
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