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Revelstoke, the Capital of Canada!s Alps."
Vol. 19   I      19
REVELSTOKE. B. 0. MABCn s, 1913
$2.50 Per Year
ACT
TO ENSURE
PURE
....
........
* • • * •
An acl, respecting     the   production
und sale of milk for human consumption has Just been passed by the Legislative Assembly of British Oolumbia
The A' i is entitled lbe' "Milk Act."
The counoil of every municipality of
tho province i- authorized to enact
bylaws that will bind the vendors of
milk to conform to the regulations
embodied in the act. These regulation- govern the oat I and feeding of
the cows, the eeeiielition ,,f their sleeping quarters, the rare, storage, transportation anl distribution of the milk
an.l allows for any other regulation
the coun il deems necessary to the Insuring of purity ol milk for human
use. Witi the mforcement of this law
no person shall -oil milk in any municipality v. Uhout its: o t lin'n • a li '.-
, n B from th co to il. Bylaws shall
be iii -1111:t | ic, a:h muni Ipality reg
ulating th ' -tan.laid of lun tor fat and
total -.I .is of i ilk e,'d in that district,  and no  milk    ha 1    o sold      for
NOTICE ♦
All    hanger of ads must   p..si- *
* ti\ ly  I i   handed   i. .,  .hi e office '
* by  Mon la.  even  i    in .ee ler that *
* iln-    i.an i'    :...li  .,. ... ar in  Wed- "
* n -.la   s   Iss ,    aud   , uy  chan ;es *
* intend, a to      .-.i ucday's     Issue "
* must     I..-     han li -i   a  not   later *
than   l   u - I             in    vi    each "
* u    e,.   i  . : ..    e  take *
h    above. '
lam.an   . ■ that • ontaiw less
ih .n - wel ■ r ■■:; ■ ee Bolids, of
whii 11n.>.• tor per cont.
Bba 1 '. ..'ii.- i hiniis
the usin ■ rval ives in the milk
i
Tb" . a Ipality is
nut!, or for
the i n •: I ,i t an.l air
i ' it. an I
.a b -ii p c,\ sh, : h . e power lo
pn. :.e. , iin-ump-
tion witl .'
he i- ■■:: i It: h in his i idgmi nt
is ,i : i ontrary to
pn thi 'v. Ivv. : y Inspect! .. \t ,, in-
s]., ct the pi i endor ii-
e within  th..  muni -
'■      .•■..!'.     I ,,
f this Act
and ns tin.let- ii
are ■ , and to tako
sa tmination an l
testing. ' ' .'11 b !■>
right o to I . no
in ■ ited, of every person
pro lu n i consump -
t.iin with ni pality for which
he i . ■ . inspecting the
sa\ . ii .. i nati in and
ha\ -it tested ol ■ ill produced th .... be water supplied
to i I an ing dairy
liter , !   li ,: e   ihe   ii -lit     to
n      '  i ».! to    tl o   nmples of   milk
for  - ,1      i        .ci i: i pt || q    w Ciin  lhe
mun, Ipa'ity for wbich :■■' is insp i
while  -ti  Man nml  -hall  have the
iii ht uf " tran I to any prom; es in
ordei   te,      ,    ....    .,,   ., , j ,,,-    ,, -. mjii;
Th ball        lee'
a    . on    t  ,,n    .
one le I m      at d     ma    !■    p ihllah 11
;..   iho   M   • -V  ,i alth
I MM
No - an . or obi er i I
used n the sti Ibutlng of milk slmll
be u -el for anj other purpose whatsoever, and all -uch nn-. bottles and
other utensils must be thoroughly
cleansed ie fore again bring uaed,
The .oiin'i of every municipality is
authorized o R-tn'llsh and maintain
or nssist by annual grant or otherwise in the establishment and maintcn
anoe of milk depots in order to furnish a special supply of milk to infant i,
Any person violating any of Ihe pro
visions of this act or of any bylaw or
regulation passed under it will incur
ii penalty of not less than one dollar
and not. more 'ban 50 dollars. This
Act Milne   Into foice on June i. 1918
A microscope using X-rays has been
perfected by a French lolentlat.
Horatio Nolson, lite third Barl Nelson ., descendant ol the .i'l.'btated
Engii h admiral of lhal nume. died re
rently.    Tbo e„rl   wa-.  born in   IS2.1.
" There will be ;l merting of the *
* Farmers'   Institute hold    Satur - •
* day, this evening, al tho Y.M.O. *
* A.  building, at 8 o'e-l ick.    liusi- *
' ness:—Thorough Bred Stock and *
* Pure   Seed.    At    this   meeting   ar- *
' rnngcmcnls will bo made for tho "
* Spring   Work. *
mt h* f'.\ B B tl
S B *%tt Oft
*  *   * »
Y.M.C.A.
WEEKLY
Dominion Belt Lands Discussed —Communications f.\..ni R.F.Green, M.P. Regarding
Progress at Ottawa. - Many New Members.
^GT'ES
BASEBALL DISCUSSION CLASS
A class for lhe discussion of   baseball rules will  le held every    Monday
evening at 7:30.   Th s class is for the
lnnilit of all members who are Inter
cstod in, ibis line of sport.     Questions
n lal in: to baseball will bo freely discussed.   Bring  your    questions along.
A class  for 1 oys will be held on  Sai
Ut'days  from   1:.'.() to 2:30  p.m.
GYM  EXHIBITION
Among the coming   events of     importance, is the gym exhibition which
«ill  be hi Id on Apt il 4th.   Keep   the
date  clear,   for  you   will   I e    oiry      ti
j ou     mi- - it.   i-i erj   o Ij   g ts    their
..oney   worth.
BOY'S BIBLE i'l.ASS.
Tomorrow      will    ba  slory   Sunday.
These Sundays are too well known t.e
1   .nt   n! .n   ■
MEN'S SINDA i MEETING.
i ne' ,.; the b si no' tings that have
been held tins winter, will bo held tomorrow afternoon a' 3.45, when Rev.
.1. P. >.'e tn an Beld 'crctary :or Al-
erl i and B, t . Sunday schools and
Epworth Li agues, will be the
Mr.   We i i ill   known through-
.  it tin-  pro. n  ■• and the
. ii j   will  do  w dl   io  I ear him.    Mr. tl.
Bennett  and Mr. P, Samson will sing
bnirr 11.
lu.,     .      .
UOiViifoG
Manager V A.  Smyth - of tha Empress theal re, bu in en   .
ing the Gi    '■                   mpany,    for
onu wi ok, i  . .vlarch 17
'I In-   ibca ro    going   i  II  .    o:
e
having a cha
panj  ol -mrs.   'i'ii    openin    p i
: e "The i.ittu  Moth r," the scene   .-
laid in an English Gentleman's happy
home, lho gue ts and servants, a- well
.- le irat n - t .   tdaj   of   the
. -nnl child    The husband's, two best
■ v, bile     .- upp n _• in
his wife's ruin and app irenl Ij
eyes. The court gives thi cu--
tody oi ih two children to tiie hus-
1 ami an 1 the tv     tri ants help
the  wi  ■    .. - •-.!    hei   o   n    b ..Iron.
Sho - lo London aud is tak n
-i'-k and ilo- boj lays at deaths door,
• hu    pul tint  '        ipport of the fam
lij     eell     ill"    llttll Steps    intO
the harness in.   thus   win-   for  :
the name of "Little Mother" in    the
11 '1    ll    Ol hi  " I
The rest ol r can Le i
,   .•  Empn      the iti ■      Mot
March  17th.    Watch   thi-      pap- r      for
The regular moni lily meeting of tho
Revel toke Hoard ot" Trade was held
in the Lity Hall on Thursday oven -
ing last. President C. B. Hume, occupied     the     chair.   Present—Messrs,
!•' i,   Manning,   Kilpatrick,   Blbbald,
Lawrence, Wallace, Bell, Sutherland,
Mi Rae, Levesque, and Secretary MeVity.
The minutes of last tegular and spo
ial  n.< et ng  v. era  t. ad  and  adopted,
BIG   BEND   RAILWAYS.
Committee  re above,  reported   that
tb y  had interviewed     Mayor Kilpatrick on his return fiom  Victoria, and
tibsoquently prepar.d    and- submitted
to tho Executive of the Board B resolution as previously  published in    tho
Mail-Herald, and which resolution-had
i cn  duly  forwarded  to the Hon.   Sir
I  McBride, and  the Hon. Thos.
T.i;   ..  .
NEW  MEMBERS.
The following were proposed for
membership, and will 'be bailoited upon in a oo dance witb tho bylaws of
the Co po ation
..; . rs. P. Bent, D. Galli ano, J.M.
Paterson,  J. Ha'.i,  Ralph  Lawrence.
The foi am ing having been duly pro
lie  | 1-,'v.o.;.- meetln :       and
ballot ted  upon, wi ared duly el-
ei ted      meal'"!'-     oi      tho   Hev I    o
Board of  Prade:—Messrs. J. P. Forde
1.1.  '1 rimble,  J.  Wai .er,    L.   i'rei \n.
;;. il    o.un.
D IMINION  BELT  LANDS*
The    £    i tary  r ad    the   following
,.1    ram from Mr. H. F. Green, reply
ing to eh- one sent bim by the Execu
t Ive n.o 'i ing:
mtawn,  Feb.   Kth,  1913.
il. H, .'■!■> lty, S o. Board of
.e . ,   ii.   C.
"Ma    rs  i.oi  in hands of minis-
;  aei   th ee     we tks,    Burrell,
i all vigorously urg
. k ai non, hope i: a tor will be
dealt with  almost   imm diately,  Minister  has   len   indisposed   lately,   but
.-  .,  e, n   well  a.ain.i'
H.  F.  GREEN'.
T was followed by „ let
- foil iws:
imons, Ottawa,
February  19,   . 113
ii. H. MeVity, . B.C.
"Dear Sir,—1 am in receipt ot youi
letter of the llth continuing your
telegram of tho 13th, ..nd i quite
"W Important it is your .'.
trict -..o.ld have a settlement mads
:, nection with th e lands, an.l
to i.nd some method of having them
op ned o the pul lie. I have the u-
• i ilster oi tho Inter -
ie.r. ihat thi- matter will be attended
t" just as soon as ho has bad an op-
tj  of scanning Mr. Maber'
purt,  and   f am sine it   will not     be
now,   until    om'thing        is
lty in your immediate vi. inltj [ to be  making a
nt  with   t  ■'  In.!.Iers of    timb-
.   How 'ver, I  :   lieve thai th"
government will soon b prepared to
•i.i. and acl prom] tly in conned Ion
with lhe matter, 1 do not bollevo that
it will bo of any material ben.'lit     to
»...,,..-.
» • « • •
* Reserve the evening of   March "
* 14th, for ihe   Catholic   Concert, *
* at the Empress  theatre. A spec- "
* ially  attractive   pro  ram.   Watch '
* for further particulars in     Wed- *
* nesday's issue.
********
********••
ind
dole, ation  to Ottawa in     this
BURGLAR.;
TRY POISOf!
HER BABY
oun.' lion ,it  the present lime,
Yours faithfully,
R, F, GREEN
DELEGATION TO OTTAWA
Following  tbo  icalling  of  the ubovo
a discussion took  placo as to the a.l
n.i.n
\i abilky oi sending a delegation    to
ini,i  in connection with tho throw
ing open, of the Dominion Belt Lands,
ami tlie proposed national park oa
.'.im.in   ReveUtoku.
Mr. T. Kilpatrick—I am not     par-
. icu a. ly favorabl -  to  iho propo al a
,. e  ;n e.-eni  time.
Mr. A. McRa -I think if wo could
get Mr. Kilpaii'i ■'. and Mr. MeCarter
t. go they would be able to assist
with tbe matt r. which Is vory import
ant. There is al.-o lie i.u.'stio.i oi
the mountain i arv which has ne.or
i ii n definiti ly h.i tied.
Mr. Kilpatrick -1 i.m willing to go
If 1 ih mght it wo.tl 1 do any good. I
would have to have somolody    with
neu'
rotary MeVity -Thore is also the
,  o tion o! the expen es.
A. McRa —I  .wni i like to s ie   Mr.
ler   o if I ossible.
Mr.  Kilpatrick—I will try to go    if
ii  We,-:ld do any good.
A.  Mi Ea    I  it o e that   Mr      Kil -
and Mr. McCartor be a com -
.  I.     ,.o to . o to Ottawa   u- a
dole ation   from   this   ..oard of  trade,
lo obtain a . ni of the      .Mount
■ e     '■ a lonal I ark, and      tho
1 o    ne.i!  i    '   Lands    ue   . n ;    an 1
tha ■   the Sei r :-ir.   and  Pro i 1 nt   be
i com      tee of two to call upon    the
citj       mi it and re it wl   that body to
i nan ■•• tho pro] o i ion.    Se ond d bj
.  Fi o     an 1 .arried.
New York, March 5.—Robbers tortured Mrs, Harry Jacobs, wife of a
postal clerk, by binding and gagging
her and in hor presence offering her
li;-monih -old baby a slice of bread
_ cn whieh poison had been spread, because she would not reveal where
sho : 'pt hor money, ao ording to '1"'
story she told  the  police yest i day.
All r landing the mother and tying
. he 1 aby in Its high chair, Mrs.
Jacobs said, the throe men took a
bottle marked "poison" from a closet
where drugs were kept, and poured
i . ontents on a hits of bn a I, The
mother was told s>he would seo the
baby die unless she .-ave the Informa-
i on wanted.
"Nod your hea i if you will I I
one oi the trio  said   to  Mrs,   ■'
as he held the bn a 1 out to th i child,
The laby knocked     it to tho     floor.
S   e :. nte-d tho offer end the
a ain  refuse I  the  poi on aban loning
ffort,  tho    mean searched     the
apartments.     A poc   it book    conta n
u        :  - is stolen    an 1    the I
ll'ft     till'      hO  >    ■'          b    I'"
-
could    n-'i'-i e    her   If
and
alarm.
ve    the
bl1i
PRI;
Ci    ;
- •
KAMLOOPS
MAN FOR
COMMISSION
J.I'.   Shaw,   m m'•:   tor   Kamloops,
i- to ic the Br tish Columbia   com -
| missdoner in   h       ■        ation into the
Indian question  in this province.  Tho
. of the     mrnii -ion will bo under
taki n during th - summei.
Every aspect ol the situation In roar.I  in  in Ian  land   and  tho    real -
of the a n os. whi li     cer-
: pro\...   ■ have
on agitatin ■ for dui ing ' few
j. ai -.  avill be gi a ■ Into.
; m ..  Mr. i' M ara   o
fro :. Vane uver about three
a s a o.  ly bringing up th ■ ques-
:  n ol grant in    the ind.aus    i le   to
bo din -.  This has  | een   -trenu-
u lj • -1 oth  ill    i on erva-
. i. 1 l     -i   pa Iers on the
med that' on -e t! ot theii
o   I -   an 1  . h ■-,- would   mmed -
j   re   .!li. . .    :
Lhe-!, '...i.l iit.    oon    -   ..
nd 1  imeli ss.
.'.I   ;        nl      ••  I est  i !  die   and    in
h ■ Ok) na an,    Ni ame n,
.-• nn i na val i i en  u,>
n  I ..      . : '. ulal -r-
.' n ■   ' I ro ios-  t lu
■ 111 1    !. ' 1   a the City
•   Hall, Uth,   at   *
bt p. '. .
-   ■       . 'ti
ind
'
o    th ..aat    i-
been
•
I,        SO
: ida I
Tor nto,     M er h   I   Dr.    Gi
b ■ On at •> legislature der -u.i i.i   -.. a
..:      00, a  mi.lister or    lei
or oi/ni i sol  nn., ■    a mar-
of the partto to it
is under £l.e In u m-e of li ,uor or if
li i Ii is r aso .. ci ioi-   party
1-3  insane.   Ho shall  al-o  hi
a ■     12
BOARD OF TRADE.
The ss l ■ ;t.y   then  read   various  es-
■ a i    ... m-i, which empowered
. t' it- .-i !■ a   an i i oun ill of tit   bo ■:•
in J   swoin  int.i ilieir    of-
. . to .' Irail  i ■ i      f per impi is mm nt for
: ..ii in the community. ...onth-.
,'RETARY'S  RESIGNATION The lid  furth
I len:   then      read out      tho ls8Uei' "' '"li'' l;'" '     '
resignation ol  Se rotary Mr.    H.    1-1. I"'1-1' '"' "';l ":i
Mc\ i,y of the pai tie   to   b ■ i n r a e
Mr. McVltj    • havo a lar e amount olic' lnsane "'   ■ ■     iJI '""
oi  work .n ha id at   lhe office,       my 9uire ''-" ''',:''   "'"    "
hours ar   1 cm and are fully occupied. " ioctor'i  cer Ideate to I
I do nol "      ■ :i.i   work, be- "ithcr  party  is   1 fi
■ r  . ,n    and   I feel  ihat !;l;it''1 •''"v'  ■'" ' ■'    !; '   "'
ii  i- a man's duty io give somo    of ""'  ,!" K0 '"' is t0
his time to public malt is ii be   can ',l1" is uer "f ''"' l!   :
po sil.ly  ,!,, so. 'y   «"'   an    "'     '
Bul   I   mi  ...He'd  to  give ii up. I be liable ,0 a Anc of WOO and imp:.
quit ■ « I  Ing  to woi k  foi thc I nn
r of I
As    b
'
'
th
■
-
'
lomin-
OO Ie.
■
II
ll
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am ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
in enable my successor to become ac-
[Uainted with lho duties.  (Applause,
Mi. A. Mi in l move- that ihis resignation Bland over until the next
meeting. W. M. Lawr.ne. l ocond.—
Moi i"ii .-ii ri. d  unanimously.
Th • mcetin | n Ijoui m I at 9 30 p.m.
. nmenl for 12 n onth .
The bill fiii iher ro.,u
Slier of lie. nst
cation Is in pui   up a  nol 11   ei ■
ing the ne    of the pari I ke .p
it   posted lhi •     lic
ense i- issued,
"THE ROSAfiY"
Si.
■r.
s
Five Year Wai
ih
Now York, March j—A honeymoon
walk, tee last fit years, ,- the plan of
Hubert G.A llu >1 r, a: d SO years,
ind Ma' el V, Bro td e IS years ot
age, who wete marri d at thc bride's
borne in New Brunswick, N.J..
day. Hassler In khaki and tbe bride
in a hiking dress came to New York
early today to start th.-ir long ram-
bl" from tho Oity HaU. They declared that they held a .ontract under
which the Mates td Athletic Asiocia-
i "ii ..- .' i ' ti Mi h., will , av ea h
,if ihem K.OOO upon thoir return to
the t'iiy 11.dl ::■ yean fri.m today
wnh vou ber- -bowing tha' Hassler
i ! ituck strickly to a vegetable diet
and ins wife to a meat diet through
..ul  the trip.
They expect thai the long te-i will
1 id" reasonably well the merits of
moat a-el ... .t.i |e (nod as a basis
foi   I1'".      al  .ti Iui an S
Wi ton has amo sed a fort
nne which he lavishes on hi^ wife,
Vers i
Th ir household I   a happy one but
into ii  ■ ps a note of menace.   No
one heats it nt first, -ave Father Kelly, ., priest, the former tutor ofBruoe
Quietly he goes to work with bis ihar
pened mental sense to find thc person
v.ho i- catting th-- adverse influence
;n the household. Almost on tho
verge of discovering the cause, calamity dc<cends upon tho Wilton house.
fnitiinee is swept away, anil in
s'uh a manner that he believes his
wife wns  the cause of his ruin.
Husband and wife are separated, the
home is destroyed and yet the' cause
of all thi^ disaster in unknown.
Uut  Father  Kelly with   a faith   that
mountains, goes on quietly, ser
• n lv, confidently, with bul one purpose  in view, the happiness of    those
he loves.
IL     olvei  the mystery and lets tho
v. I it'-   I:     t  i.f      'i uth   inlo   lhe  min.Is
    been     irk nod bj  • vit.
tlm i   tins,   b   nnd- the ono
v.bo   has Caused   a'l   the  misery        all I
r Stores th •  boiue.
Writ i.n by the author of more successes than any in ler playwright in
the   world.    Kmpress   theatre   tonight.
Doing Business Aga'n ir,;?;.;1:™.;;::
The Rovelstoke Nur.-orie.s. undir the
energetic management of Mr. w. H.
Pottrufl, has recovered from (ho re-
eoiii fire that damaged their greenhouses very considerably and tho cit-
i::rns will be glad to barn that this
popular business is again ready to
eater to tiie wauls of its mnny customers an I ui ' 0OW has .-ome elo -
gnnt cut Mowers. Get your orders In
early. Mr. Pottrufl says that he U
preparing for t very busy season and
will be able to furnish (Iowcib of nil
kinds  on short   notice.
Re • rv.. ib • dai    Mai i b    I
Peter's • hurcb i e,n e t and •
ment.    !•'     Ulwood   is   i int.t'.-   i a        i
farce comedy while Mi . M Vity will
appear In leveral numbers i.f more
lhan pedal interest, li is the intention to mnke ihis tho beet entertain -
or hold in Revel-
m of the even -
ing's events will appeal later on in
th.    paper.
Injuries Prove Fatal
Mr. Stewart Who.Hand,   g     retired
manufacturer,     die.l al  his restdenoe,
146 Klin street, n« the result of injuries sustained in a 'a" on "ll> '■ >' pave
ment outside bis bouse a fow nights
ago. It was bis 79th year, and he
had resided in the eity lor many
years.—Ottawa  Evening  Journal.
The late     Mr. Woodland was father
of Mr. J. J. Woodland of this city.
Ti lal
Th     '■ '
a
. 'ii l^
Di VI.      of
1" '
17.11.
HIGH SCHOOL.
11   ':: ri  for month     of
i iry,  1 11 '
Div.l wv.a T.
Knro Imeni       19       14       :'3
Kv y      S Nton...   10 8       18
P. C.  oi Attendan •• „..SM   .912   .931
Hon. Dr. Roche III
Winnipeg, March i—Hon. Dr. Roche,
Ol nterior nnd member for
Marquette, constituency, who has been
in poor health toi ome time back han
take-n -ev. ial Weekl leave of absence
from -he capital anl i- at Ho-hosier.
M nn., where he will und rgo an op-
e ration. It is unlerstood for kidney
trouble'. PAQK TWO
THE MAIL-HERALD,REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, MARCH, 8th 1913.
Have you taken
Our advice yet
About Investing
in Real Estate
in Revelstoke?
We have some splendid buys in the
West End of Town
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
JOHN D, SIBBALD, l'Ki'iS. J, 1>. SIBBALD, JR., SBC.
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EARLY SPRING GOODS
Consisting of everj- conceivable size and make of
Hats, Gloves, Shoes and Underwear; also a most
extensive stock of Neckiies of every shade and
style.
We have also a specially fine assortment of samples
for our Spring Clothing Order Departmeet.
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Fit-Reform Clothing Stetson Hats        Foot-Rite Shoes
GOING OUT OF BUSINESS
In Men's Furnishing Department
Rubbers, Sox, Tweed Pants, Heavy Top Shirts,
etc., reduced to cost. ....
John Mclntyre & Son
First Street.
Telephone No. 93
SWIFT'S
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Blood and Bone
FERTILIZERS
and Lay More
Poultry foods
Write for Prices and Booklet
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
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THE  MOLSONS BANK
INCOflPCHATED   I85G
Record of Progress for Five Years-1906-1911
Capital
Reserve    -
Deposits
I       - and Investments
Total Assets
I 3,000,000
3,000.000
23.677,730
27.451 090
33,090,192
■   1. 00,000
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35,042,311
54,80]
48,237,284
Has 83 BrnncK6 in Conatla. nnri Asents and Correspondents in rill
the Principal Cities In tho World.
A GENERAL BAhKINO BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS  BANK  DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Intcrost allowed at highest ourront rato.
Revelstoke Branch. W. H   PRATT, Manager
ALBERTA
FINANCES
CRITICISED
London. March 5—The Investor's Review, a financial paper oi Bound stand
ing, lms nn article today concerning
the financial posiiion of the rrovim;e
of Alberta. It says that the Immediate eflect of the recent judgment hy
the Privy Couneil in (he Royal Bank
caee wiil he a substantial increase in
the provincial do-bi, and tho provinoe
may lie happy if the history of the
Alberta and Great Waterways Railway ban leaves ro trace of 'douht
in tho minds of British investors who
already are beginning to ask qu"s-
tions.
Many things, the nrtirlc jjoes on,
tend to renew th, finnmiul liabilities
both of the province and the ci'.ies
therein, and it declares those cities
have not railed to make diligent Use
of their opportunities for borrowing.
Discussing the n -w issue of the e-Hy
of Montreal, the Review says that lhe
ili let per 'head is email for a Oanadian
eity ami the Becurity is undoubted.
Gold Under the Sea
Victoria. Mar.h 5—Discovering gold
mines at sea is a rare occurrence, but
Oaptain Heater, master of the lishing
Bi'hooner Jessie, which came into port
Inst night from the west coast fishing
grounds, rays that he and his crew
have' staked ., elaini in forty fathoms
of water, between Kyu uot anl Cape
Cook, just ofT Fox Mountain. The discovery wai mule in a somewhat
Bt range manner, and in order that peo
pie might not doulit t'heir word, t'hose
on board th" Jessie brought back
with them as proof a hi.net of r.uartz
JOTTINGS
FROM THE
HOT SPRINGS
Mr. P. A. O'Farrell of New York,
arrived on Baturday for a short stay.
He co nea here regularly about twice
a ye u.
Mr. II. II Millie, superintendent o!
Government Telegraphs, arrived Sun-
tiny, la-t.
Hr. W .1. Knox, the favorite physician of the' Okanagan, hi just ended a two wee s' tay here in company wih his friends Messrs. 1'yman
Mid D'Aeth ,,.' Kelowna.
Mr.  A. C. Nock, ol     Nelson, joined
his  wife  who hi I  Ikmi here for some
time pi Saturday.    Much
• for them in tbe bum
an.l all  tbeir     be-
- -. th, oi    Vernon,
ome  weeks      He
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says   the Okana
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is i turne . I om his
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"How Is It Possible
For You To Fit
Practically Every Man f
Fit-Reform System Of Sizes makes
this an assured faet.
Fit-Reform Spring Suits and O
coats are made for unusual figures, as
well   as  the  normal   man.     That   is,
l'it-Reform garments are designed for
Short and Stout Men
Short and Thin Men
Tall, Stout Men
Tall, Slender Men
Over-erect Men
Men with Square Shoulders
Men with Sloping Shoulder
And coats are designed and tailored
in all si/es to fit all these classes of men.
Thai's why we can fit you perfectly
in Fit-Reform Spring Suits and
Overcoats.
MeKinnon &
Sutherland
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STEELE, BRIGGS' SEEDS
Look for them — accept no other.
Steele, Briggs' are the best prown. No matter what you need in
Seeds, this name stands for highest quality.
Behind   every packet  is the strongest seed  reputation  in   Canada.
Thousands of successful growers everywhere use Steele, Brlfjljs'
Seeds year after year because they nre sure of what they are buying.
We retain control of our packets and supply them fresh each .season.
Look for this box at your local store. If your local dealer cannot
supply you, send in your order direct.
STEELE. BRIGGS SEED CO. Limited     .
WINNIPEG. MAN.
I,   K.  Shotirds, Well -   son;   Kichard  Mellish,   Armstrong;  W.
in?ton,  Ont.    R.  Neil), Summit Lake,j Gosmll, Nelson;     O.  C. Walker, Win-
P,   Bain, Cranbrook;  Chas.    Al-j nipeg;     R.  J. Ryan, Dubuque, Iowa;
len,  Kelowna; He-ior Sutherland,    of i Chas. Kelman, Nolson;     Jas.  Evans,
Summerland    J. ''tirveon,  Revelstoke;   Salmon Arm; D. Stephens, Nelson; P.
'a     r, Gerbraeht,     Nelson;     Geo. P.
VerncH  Mr .  A.G. N'ock, Nel-
Linster, Kd. Faint, F. Christie, Revelstoke; P. A. O'Pnrrell, New York; A.
G. Nock. Nelson; J. Young, Miss Ii.
Davidson, Geo. Ross, Ralph Chisholm
J. A. Maxwell, J. P. Haney, Revelstoko; W. Gilchrist and wife and child
E. R. Harrison, Arrowhead; Mrs. H.
Sutherland, Summerland; H. H. Millie anil Mrs.  Mills of Kelowna.
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CPARKLING WATER, cool and
sweet, refreshes the farmer who
builds a
1   Concrete Well or Tank
^ I! K ! A R M ER, above ;ill others, appreciates good water.    He drinks
more water than the city man.     I'lie city-dweller is dependent upon
e puhlii  water-supply for the purity of his water, while the farmer can
In   own  private source or water, and thus he sure that it is pure
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ink than iter,  properly collected and stored.    But in order to keep
ell i i im" that will keep out every possible impurity must be used.
ILEAL   MATERIAL FOR   TANKS AND WELL-CASINGS.
|   11' I'l   io   'en   nfotlici ise* fur concrete on your farm—on every farm.  If
* ynu would like in know of them, write for our book, "What the Farmer Can
The le'eeek   i . .lleseiluU'ly frcr
f
1 io With ( oncrete
I'eild < i'tf  Mnnnffcr
nent   Company
MONTREAL
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-ttTIIEN yuu fin ti liny  t9tn.nl
hf tort that th'.t lubct Lt on
.very baM and   bttrnt.     Thin
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j SATURDAY, MARCH, 8th 1913.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGB THREE
There is Now a Market
FOR REVELSTOKE PROPERTY
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List Your Holdings With Us
For a Quick Sale
We have the Buyers
If Your Prices and
Terms Are Right.
J. B. Watson Realty Co.
R. R. COLE, Manager.    Lccal Agency American Casualty Co.
The Revelstoke Boot, Shoe and Harness
Repairing Department
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
MAKERS   OF   FINE    WELT    SHOES
The style, the workmanship and wear
And comfort born of every pair;
Of 20th Century welts that's sold
Will draw new trade, and hold the old.
Sweater Coats
LADIES- AND CHILDREN'S SIZES
A nice assortment to choo«e from. Warm and
comfortable for Early Spring Wear. Prices
reasonable. .      .       .       .       p      .       .
MRS. A. G. CRICK,    ■   FIRST STREET
Union   Hotel
£ JUST NKWIvY REPAIRED
RATES,      .      $1.50 PER DAY
Weekly ami monthly rates to be arraiiKdl.        Meal Tickets, 21 meals for 56.00
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
A   P. bBVESQUB, Proprietor
Laughton C8J, Tapping, Props. First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
European Plan
Open Day and Night. - Meal Tickets, $6.00
MONTHLY BOARD
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//. J. licSCf.LlY. Ercfriiicr.
^LSTO^
Strictly: First Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with  Bath
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
in irket affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Clf,:'rr     Rate* %i a day.    Monthly rate.
JT.   ALBERT     STOISTE      PEOP.
The Did, Did Stary
Not long since a gentleman was
passing through a certain town ia
which his only child, an attractive
girl well advanced in iter teens, was
finishing her education. Having a
Utile time on his hands, he decided
to have some conversation with the
principal of the sehool. He waa received with great cordiality, and hia
daughter's attainments were duly
described.
"I think," said the lady principal
to the proud parent, just as he was
about to take his departure, " that
you ought to bc very happy, my dear
sir, to be the father of such a largo
family, all tha members of which appear to lie perfectly devoted to ono
anothei-. I think it is most charming that it should be so."
"Large iamily' Devoted io one
nnoth-r!'' gasped the visitor in undisguised amazement, "what can
you possibly mean, madameV"
"Oh, but I am sure they are devot-
ihI to one nnoth'r," responded the
principal. "Why, no less than seven
of Hilda's brothers have been here dur
in.- the term to lake her out and she:
expects the tall one with the dark
blues eyes a.ain tomorrow."
C. P. Officials Meet
A meeting of official* of the C.P.R.
was held in Winnipeg in the latter
fart of February to settle upon the
various railway and steamship time
cards whieh are to be put into effect
over the system. Mr. F. W. Feters,
general superintendent of the British
Columbia division of the C.P.R., and
other general superintendents of tho
company will be present. For British
Columbia th:re is a plan on foot to
establish a new and larger iranscon- ;
tinen'al train ->rvio. This service
may be iner. a-e.1 from three trains as
it is today to five a day. This will i
mean that ihere will le five train?
ea-h way.
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I0NE0YE"»ALL HINDS0'"""!
Ii'b ihe CLEANEST, SIMrLEST, nnd BEST HOME
DYE, one cun lmy--Why you don't even huve to
know what KIND of Cloth your Coods nre made
of...So Mleetalu-a are Impossible.
Send leer l-'ree Color Car.1, Story   Booklet, and
Booklet Blvinu results ot Dyeinn over other colors.
The JOHNSON.RICHARDSON CO., Limited,
Montreal. Canada.
FRL'IT AND ORNAMENTAL
It makes no dlfferoncts wbtit you ityi.t on
planting ilelei .-.'eisieit—we cun Mipply you,
nud wltti tieo finest qunlity of nursery stock
ever grown,
All trees, plants, vines, liorrles, shrubs,
evergreens, r'-.-eeM.. cic., suiil by us aro guur«
teed
TRUE TO NAME
It will pay you t., jet In touch villi ca.
,   EVERY PLANTER SEEDS Ot It UOOK—
LANDSCAPE GARDENING
8c   WHAT TO PLANT"
32 PAGES, lO+CSTAMPS)
RASER
SERIES IP.
I RICHARD MECOMBrGEdlMGR
.BOX.A.ALDERGROVLB.C.
The   family   remedy    for
"Shi'.oh costs   so   fittlo
Counh9
:d £ccs
nnd   Cdds
uch!*
L.1A91SB
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SALE OF CROWN TIMBER.
OUT OF TIIE RUIN
ofth.it fire you see that policy we
wrote for you The money you'll
be paid on it will .imt your loss
and perhaps better your condition.
Have US write
AN EASTER  POLICY
covering everything you bave.   Pie
niiuins are le>w an 1  mir poii. ies aie
absolutely safe.    Do it to-day.
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, Ltd.
A. E, Kincaid, Man iger,
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OPEN CV.1N1NCS UNTIL 9 G-LOC*
Let Us Loan
You the Money
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Sealed Tenders will be received by
the Minister of Lands not later than
noon on the 3rd day of March, 1913,
for the purchase of licenses Nos. XI,
X2, to cut timber estimated at 1,-
720,000 feet, 520,000 feet, and 310,000
feet B-M- respectively, together with
S.OOO railway tics nnd poles from
frown land adjoining Adams Lake,
Kamloops District.
Particulars of Chief Forester, Victoria, B.C. 1st iss. N.30 3m.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
NOTICE is hereby giveu that the copartnership heretofore subsisting between the undersigned, under the firm
name of Revel toke Plumbing, Heating and Sheet Metal Company, at
Revelstoke, B.C., has been this day
dissolved by mutual consent. Tho
business will hereafter be carried on
by Sidney Humphreys, by whom all
debts of the old firm will be paid and
to whom all outstanding accounts due
the old firm are to bo paid.
Reveletoke, B.O., February Uth,1913
Rovelstoke Plumbing, Heating,
and Sheet Metal Company.
S. Humphreys.
P. Bent.
1st   issue lf>Feb.   lm.
LIQUOR APPETITE
IS NOT INHERITEO
o
To Buy
Build
PAY   OFF
MORTGAGES
OR    IMPROVE
REAL ESTATE
See Our Pled
Phone, Write or Call
THE CANADIAN HOME i
INVESTMENT CO,. LTD.
c. s, mm\i[
Representative
It is acquired through Alcoholic
Poisoning which Neal Treatment
er idicates In thn e dn
i.tlii .il Aid which takes away
liquor appetite Given at the
Ne i Innl 'nt'-
THE NEAL INSTITUTE
i ranbrook, II, 0.
Box 325, Plion
Revelstoke Hardware Co., Ltd
See
the
Prices
SALE of DISHES
See
the
Prices
Pontraciva Silver-Grey   stock patterns
Cups C& Saucers Regular $3.00 Doz. This week $2.15
8 in.   Plates
6 in.
5 in.
7in. Large Soups
Oatmeals
Fruit Saucers
Gravy Boats
Cream Jugs
Covered Sugars
Vegetable Dishes
Water Jugs
3.00
2.50
2.00
2.50
2.00
1.50
.65
.50
.75
1.50
.40
2.10
1.55
1.00
1.70
1.25
.90
.45
.30
.55
1.15
.25
E.   G.    BURRIDGE
Tinsmith Repairs, Mot Air, Pipo
and Furnaco work
-WORK   SHOP -
Oonnausfht  Avo.    -    RovoKt-nkn
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer      Draying
Handling Pianos a Specialty
97'-piece $et of Above, Regular $22 50.   This Week. $14.50
These Dishes are Semi-Porcelain,  and   the   pattern   is
guaranteed not to rub off.
SEE   OUR   CENTER   WINDOW
Revelstoke Hardware Company, Ltd.
Dealers in Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Paints, Oils, CBuC.
Agents for Minerva Paints and Oxford Ranges.
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I Big Shoe Sale
Having decided to clear out
our line of WALKOVER
SHOES we have placed
on sale all of our remaining
stock at $3.75 Per Pair.
Don't fail to see our windows and buy while the
sizes last.
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Q The Revelstoke Home of Society  Ri     I Clothes (*)
Aa and U.S. Peter's I I
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Imperial Bank cf Canada '
Hoad Otfico-Toi'onia, Ontario, '
Capital Subscribed            - 6.000,000.00
Capital Paid Up              -      - 6,620,00^.00
Reserve       .... 6,620,000.00
<j> Total Assets,       -      - $72,000,000.00
O Branches 01 .v ents al ill pi In Ipal pHnts n, I   i
A Agents n> G cal Bi ita u  and i
V   I.loyilu Hm k, 1 Iml ed.    < hlrago   I- Coi
O   change Nl    i ,      )il<     Keattl i Ran F
clsco—Wi Nevada  National Fank
National llt\r\\.
?Rvlrg8 Canh Department
Deposits nf >f! and upward,  recalled    nd Ioum    •  illownd at
on t( ni rate from deposit,   Cui     ;   . -i-.;.
I?ev9!sto!<e Branch- A. B rr.
6O0O00OOCK1 •OOOA O •"'"• ■   o        ooo-
Phone 42  -    Night Phone 85
WHITE STAR - DOMINION LIKE
ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS SAILING EVERY SATURDAY
LARGEST  STEAMERS TO  CANADA
New S.S. Laurentic and Megantic
S.S. "Teutonic" and S.S. "Canada"
682 feel long.
(15,000 Tons i
•10.000 Ions)
■ 11 fe<'
Now is the time to a
of your friends from England.   W
prepaid tickets, and our En,  ind
communicate  with p mr
all details and advancii inds de
posited with us.   Wc also inform you when
passengers arrive.
FOR SAILINGS AND FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY
COMPANY'S   OFFICES
619 Second Avenue, Near Cherry St, Seattle rAGE FOUR
THE MAIL-HERALD,REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, MARCH, 8th 1913.
'i Ho       Cleaning will   bo mad'1 Easier if you como in here   an.l
let u- m ,ide yoll In the Choice of some Time and Trouble Savers, and
sugg -t to you Bome of the Lat t Ideas n House Decorating, and
Ar    ■ i   t' nishes:—
Step  I.m. Iders  	
...  >  '2. - i
$
50
I.. :i •  1! i   ; ■ .   Dusters  ..
.50
\-:i       Kil' o nill",   per   pkt;.
85
t   .    . t      '       Pt'lS   	
...      3.00
l-'ie' i'n     Colors 	
65
...     ■■■.-An
Hall's   Distemper,  tin  	
1 nu
l'   or v .ex  	
65
Neutone   Wall   Colors   gal...,
3.00
F                  1 ■■'.iAi 	
2~i
House    Taints,  por  iin  	
ok
75
Flo >r Varnish,  per tin
tie'.   Cloth   Varnish  per  tin...
r.o
Varnish Stains, ] er .,-. ..
Tr,
65
I ftint  I r ..-'..••-   	
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1 cor   \ arnlsh, p t tin
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PUBLISHED   VVEDNKSDAV   AND
SATURDAY  AT
REVtti.sroKR. a o
fntcrtor lpuintsbtno Company?.
Limited
J.  K.  JOHNSON,  Managor.
RALPH  G.   8CRUTON,   Editor.
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FIRST SHIPMENT NOW HERE
CUNIONlefe/)LABEL>
SATURDAY, MARCH, Sth 1913.
UN C. P. Ky
Kamloops, 11. 0., March 6.—Yesterday before the Magistrate, Mr. E. T.
VV. Poarse, the pivliminary heating
was taken of a charge against n C.P.
R, conductor accused of theft from
pa s ngers on the railway between Sio
amous and  Salmon  Arm,   The double
barge is thai a small leather ease,
containing si ml- and iini links tlie
properly of Mr, .1. P. Biggs, was taken by ilio accused, who is allied to
have taken a felt hat belonging to
Mi. Henry Richards, a C.P.R. police
agent atta hed to the speeial travelling service.
Mr, Morley, who appeared foi the
prosecution, asked for a remand to
permit of the attendance of two e-ar
ati 'ii'hints, a passenger and Mr. Richards wl o will all be called upon to
give evidence for the prosecution company. Mr. Mclntyre thereupon a .vised his client t i put forward no plea
for thc defence, and his request that
i'he accused should not be remanded in
custody bui should b:> allowed bail,
was ac \'il.d to. Th • a cused was
bound in a Bum of $250 on his own
recognizance . and a further hail of
$250, entered into by a surety,
Thc ad'ourned hearing will !e tak-
on Tuesday the llih inst.
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TYPEWRITING
Individual Instruction hygnul
II I'l'  i ml I. .rn ■;• I I' 'I'l I'M'l't Sjien'l,
,'v Sh i« lltisiin ss In-: ii u <•. Vh •.-
COH\ I'l'.
Dny nml Evening Sessions.
Night ;-e lr ol,  tin ee nighl -   a
Weok,   '■'•", O I J.e'l    ,|l li,
Public  • i"i H : m;i'.i\il.ii.c,
P. 0. BOX 356
CITY
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Men's Spring Suits
Men's Spring Coats
Odd Skirts for Ladies and Misses
MISS CALL, has returned from the East
after visiting Toronto, Chicago, St. Paul and
Winnipeg.
LADIES! You cm depend upon up to the
minute Millinery for this Spring.
& YOUNG
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Ba-Tt ■uKrac ;rsi«
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DA'S BEST
Unexcelled In Tone, Quality, Perfection of Soak', Design, Finish and Durability.
THE  LEADING
CANADIAN   PIANOS
The onlv l'iann equipped witb
Howard's I'.iti'Mt. Straining Rods,
which ensures Permanence aud I'mity
of Tone,
W.   PARRY
(V«
OUR PLAYER PIANOS
S   with human-like control contains all the
I latest improvements and deviees.   They
are perfect   in   tone,   artistic   in  design
j and capable of giving life-long service.
Having opened up a wareroom on Mc-
Ave'.. Revelstoke, for tin.- sale of
our   pianos   under   the   supervision   of
John   Kinajham  and   ll.C.   Roden,   we
I respectfully   request the  public to call
i xamine our pianos ard players.
The Newcombe Piano Co.
Limited.
McKenzie Ave.,  Kevelstoke,  B.C.
and Factory, Toronto, Ont.
"THE   ROSaXRY"
Empress Theatre Saiur farch 8th.
P< )ULTRY  SPEC JIALTIES
Auctioneer and Valuer
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Phone, 2o2
8S5EK*OS3
■■',,   cures   com:.,  an 1   heal*
Ui    thraa ■ ij cents.
BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
Fii-st Street, Revelstoke, Tel. No. 22
Choice Groceries,   Fruit,    Vegetables
Hay, Feed and Poultry Supplies
)&
Heating Stovei
Kootenay Banges
Saskalta Ranges
Sunshine Furnaces
Hardware and Sporting Goods
We are offering good discounts off all Crockery,
Glass and Silverware during month of January.
BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
First St, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
Plumbing Heating Tinsmithing
te.
Special Attention Paid to Mai) Orders
at$m
WINDSOR   CAFE   AND   GRILL
THE LATEST SHORT ORDER AND DINNER HOUSE
JUST OPENED UP
Trainmen, make your headquarters here.    (J.iiek service.    Perfect Cleanlinetl
.md Reasonable l'rices.     Give Us a Trial.     "We Never Sleep."
A. G. THIAKISOX,
Manager
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AGEN is   I oh   PI Rl n    I un k
Tel. n
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January tGth. and 24th, 1913.
February 14th    '    28th.    "
Mairch 14th.        "    28th.     "
April 11th. '■   25th.    "
I. Music by <
R. M. H. Dance Committee
G. H. Brock, Chairman.
E
mpress
Theat
SPECIAL
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Ed,  W.  Rowland .md Edwin Clifford  (Inc.) Offers
"THE ROSARY"
By Edward E. Rose
A  PLAY  OF
HUMAN  INTEREST
Fjuii'.loil upon an
i miii.mi of Purity
Meredith,       Ah-' of Old Vincennes, The Prisoner of Zenda
id Harum, The Spenders, Etc.
The Great New York, Chicago and Boston Success
Bruci ludy,        Act 4    Outside the chapel one
the uexl uuel iiiiim. fi " l*ter.
i • li head unto thc i nd,
I    Ri anil then   i ci        • luuu."
ir./r   nt   nancnr   CAMERON   ROGERS)
"I kiss each bead  and  strive at        w
last tu learn i.
To kiss   the   truss,   sweetheart! J^
Id kiss tin- Cross'
IMPLETE tTWAONIFlCENT PRODUCTION.    GORGEOUS ELECTRICAL EFFECTS *»
PRICES,   Sl.HO,   SI.OO   7~<\ Plan at Macdonald's Drug Store      Y SATURDAY, MARCH, 8th 1913.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
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All During March There
WiJ be Plenty of Bargains Displayed in This
Store, Watch for Them
Watch Our Windows for
Special Lines and Bargains During March and
Look at Price Tickets.
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ns rootwear top women
Butioti Shoes for Women are again to ihe fore this
season, and with the bottons remain tbe Medium high toes
.md -hort Vampsf Fur th.' Coming Season the heels will
be slightly lower. Tan* in all Shades will he much worn,
[specially in tho high cut, fourteen and ei:htO'ii buttons.
Chocolates or very d trk tana have made their appearance,
.-.nd give promise of being mu h worn next season: but for
the' present season the lighter shades will lie more in vague.
We have received our lir-t Spring Shipment of Women's High tirade boots and Oxfords. They are all the
famous "Bell' Shoe and show all the mo-'t up-to-date features "xhibited for the present Seas.;n. We ask your in -
speetton and do notbilieve   that  comparisons are  obvious.
WOMEN'S TAN LACI'J or BUTTON BOOT—Fourteen
Buttons; Goodyear Welt, Medium heel, short Vamp
new "Wedgewood toe. About the classiest little
Shoe shown this s ason.     Price,  per pair   ?5.00
WOMEN'S TAN LAC F. or BUTTON BOOT—High Cut
Lace or Eighteen Buttons. Same Last and particulars as the Fourteen buttons.     Prlre, per pair   $6.00
WOMEN'S TAN BUT ION, CLOTH TOP—Eighteen
Buttons, Dark Ta i Cloth Top, with lighter Vamp
Price,  per  pair -  $5.50
WOMEN'S GUN METAL LACE or BUTTON BOOT—
Fourteen Button*, new toe and heel. Very dressy,
and    .ust the thin > for Spring     weather. Price ... $5.00
WOMEN'S GUN METAL LACE or BUTTON BOOTm
High cut Lace or Eighteen Buttons. Same as Fourteen Button--. Price per    pair   $6.00
WOMEN'S CHOCOLATE KID LOW BOOT—Welt sole,
>hort Vamp, Flexi!le as a glove. One of the real
New  Ones.     Prico per pair  $5.00
WOMEN'S BUTTON OXFORDS—Dark Tan with Cloth
Top to match. Short Vamp. "Wedgewood, last.
Price,  per pair  $4.50
WOMEN'S BUTTON OXFORD—Gun Metal with Cloth
Top, same Last and weight as the Tan. Price,
per pair  $4.50
WOMEN'S  PAT  OXFORD-Eighteen    Button    or  Lace.
Short    Vamp.    Nob toe'.      Medium   Heel. Dull     Kid
Tops.       Price,   per pair   $4.50
Boy's Shoes on Men's Lasts
—«—
" They look just like Dads." That is what
every bo^ says of them, and he is right. Our
"Boy Scout" shoes not only are made on lasts
just like men's lasts, but they are made just as
well as men's shoes. Everj' pair is "Goodyear
Welt" made, and the stock is of the same high
grade which goes into the finest boots for men.
cAll the new styles in fine shoes, high and medium toes. All the wear and waterproof qualities
in the heavier grades. Let us show you what
we mean when we say they are " Little Men's
Shoes" and Better Boys Shoes.
Sizes.  7 to 10 Prices, $2.50 and $2.75
Sizes. 11 to 13 Prices. $2.75   to $4.00
Sizes,   1 to   5 Prices. $3.00   to $4.50
Oun Grocery and Crockery^ Department
Pure Clover Honey
Pure Clover Honey
Five Pound Tins   $l.io
Sealers   85 cents
Bottles    25c, 35c.  and 40 cents
Combs 	
A Fresh Assortment of
MARMALADES
Cross nnd Blaekwells 7 and 4 Pound Tins.
Cross and Blaekwells  land 2 Pound Glass Jars.
Keillors 7 and  1 Pound Tin-.
Keillors 1  Pound Glass Jars.
Robertsons 7, i and 2 round Tins.
Ohlvers Orange, Fig and Lemon In Glass Jars.
Robert cms Tangerine, Pineapple, Ginger in glass  jars.
Try Dur Canned
Fruits
Jn heavy ?yrup, strawberries, Raspberries, Cher-
ries, Green Gage Plums, Lorrbard Plums, Peaches and
Pears, in 2 Pound Tins.
Pie Fruits in Gallon Tins— Pumpkin, Peaches,
Pears, Rhubarb and Plums.
Evaporated Fruits
Ni w and Fre-h Peachas, Feau, Apples, Figs and
l'i uncs
Sunbeam Tea Red Label Good Blue Label Best
THE BEST BRANDS OF TEA ON EARTH
Specials for Friday and Saturday
Heinz Mandalay Sauce, per bottle  25c
Pint Bottle Pickles, 2 for  35c
Three Tins Quaker Pork and Beans  25c
Condensed Cocoa, per tin  25c
House Furnishing Department
Spring will soon bo hero, that means New Carpets, Linoleum, Curtains, Wallpaper, Window Shades,
Verandah Screens, Etc. Wo have all of tho above In select designs and ■ olors at reasonable prices. For
the  balance of tbis weok wo are making a reduction on Rugs, to m;ike  room for New  Stock.
As you know the eost of raw Material lias been advanelng for the past few years, and it eflects the
Cork, Gil and Julo that is used in making Linoleum. Prices 0:1 Linoleum have advanced about20 per
pcr cent 011 what they were two years aeo. We have a full lino that was bought at the old priees and
will sell at tho old prices as long as it lasts. Do not wait but buy now aid ?ave good interest oa
your money. Wo havo reeoived a large ronsii-nment of good serviceable beds tha' we can aflord to give
you tbe benefit of tbo low prii'e ou them. Thoy are four feet and four feet six (full -ize). We will sell
at the low price of $5.00, as long as they  last.   We  will  be  pleased to show them to you if interested.
Wi- have  many  other articles you will require for Spring. PAGE SIX
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, MARCH, 8th 1913w
Dr.PRICm
CREAM
Baking Powder
A pure, wholesome, reliable Grape
Cream of Tartar Baking Powder.
Improves the flavor and adds to
the healthfulness of the food.
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Educate your children musically.   Start with
The Edison Phonograph
An appreciation of music is as essential as technique. The
world's masterpieces are on Edison Records, done by the greatest artists. You can play them again and again, until
you have familiarized yourself and your children
with the sort of music they ought to know—classical
and popular.
Stop in at your Edison dealer's and have him
play some Blue Amberol Records. They will
delight the family.
Tie...        A. Ediaon, Inc., 100 L&keaido Ave.,Orange, N. J., U. S. A.
A complete line of Edison Phonograph, and Records will be found at
JOHN  BINGHAM'S
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DRUG
ST( >RE
Brownie's
folding Brownie's
Kodaks
$1 to S4.DQ
$5 to $12
$10 to $55
Winter or Summer
You Can Kodak
BEWS The $&it&PJL_ Store
B.C. FRUIT
INDUSTRY
INJANGER
Ottawa, March 5—That the duty on
American apples be increased from 13
to 3G cents a box and that the Fruit,
Act be enforced against them aa rigorously and effectively aa enforced ag ■
uinst tin' Canadian apples, waa a re -
commendation made to the committee
cn agriculture today by W.S. Foggo,
u director and member of the executive committee of the British Colum.
bia Fruit Growers' Association. "We
have' in our province all the elements
of a crisis at the present time," said
Mr. Foggo, "and unless wo get assistance fruit growing in British Oolumbia is in a perilous state." The plan
ting of orchards, he said, took placo
largely from L905 to 1910, the sottle-
nn in resulting from publicity given by
ilie governments, On a oonservatlve
estimate there had been an invest-
menl made of over $30.00'),000 and
only now are the orchards beginning
lo produce. Thus far. the growers hnd
been living on their capital and it had
been a severe Ftru^gle for them. This
was the lirst year when ihere was a
ciop to dispo-e of ta tbe general mar
kcts. Mr. Foggo po'nted out tint
I rices were bad tliis year. "Our mar-
l.e't that we counted on has been
swamped by American consigned
goods," he said. The Canadian Marks
Act, he said, was working a hardship
to British Columbia fruit growers because the American grower was not
bound by it in any way.
Claims Bonded
Nelson, Feb. 28—Charles Kuhn's
claims on Goat Creek in the Lardeau
district has been bonded by a Victoria syndicate which will employ a
large foe e of men on development
work in the spring, according to O.O.
Woodrow, who was in Nelson last Sold by A
nisht.   It is ;l free cold  proposition.   I
At E. Mobb's claim on Rapid creek
ore values have Increased from $40
to $107 a ton under recent develop -
mont, said Mr. Woodrow. He men -
tioned that the Cody and Strand
claims at Blue lako on Gase-ade creek
wero being worked, the operation being on a big lode of silver lead ore.
He will return to tho Lardeau district, to resume chargo of tehe Kuhn
property for tho Victoria syndioato,
on Wednesday.
HOBSON,
REVELSTOKE
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros.
Props.
First-Class in all
respects.
All Modern
Conveniences
RATES. $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Elates
REVLLSTOhE. B. C.
It Miniit Be Colli.
IBTTT
DISTINCTIVE CUT GLASS
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Vases, Bo wis. Comports,
Manufacture d by  "I
BE NOT DECEIVl
CT. GrTJ^ST BAEI SIR
C. P. R. WATCH INSPEl
lot in the at Halcyon Hot Springs,
il waters are tho must wonder-
tinent.   Our record of euros
il   i .i"nts is unequalled
latrons. among the
iss,—tho Sanitar-
.   finished   for  comfort  and
CO'
Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. BOYD, Proprietor. -        Halcyon. Arrow Lakes
REDUCTION IN ELECTRICAL FIXTURES
Are you wanting any Electrical Work Done ?
If so, call at the Revelstoke Plumbing CBb
Sheet   Metal  Co.'s Store, Connaught Avenue.
A. G. DUCK
ELECTRIC   SUPPLY   STORE
l'hone 281
Night Phone 40
P. O. Box 4.(
FACTORY
.< M8H«rj
TYPEWRITERS
Remington $35   Empire $25   Underwood $65
And numerous other bargains. Rend for complete I.Ht of slightly used
machines rebuilt in our own factory and made us jjood as new. Wo flavo
you $15 to $76 on any machine.   Satisfaction guaranteed.
Canadian Typewriter Exchange, Dept. 21, Suite 305,319 Pender W., Vancouver, B.C.
Howson C&> Co,, Ltd.
Furniture, Carpets and Linoleum at Eastern Prices, Freight
codded.
Howson C& Co., Ltd.
Mi ti— ii 11 ii in i —MB——— rt.v-._u
ARE    YOU   MUSICAL?
Then tnke advantage of an exceptional opportunity. Cull at
BINGHAM'S MUSIC STOKE
and inspect the Mc ck of Mandolins, Violins, fintars. Acccrd-
rons, llccolos, Flutes, Multi-
Flutes, Harmonicas, Albums,
Sheet Music, Player Rolls, Silk
Piano Diapes, Etc. Selling at
next  to eust i'rice to clear.
Edison Phonographs and Victcr
Cr; mephencs. Also 5C0Edison
Wjn Ueci nis selling at 41 c.
(Usual Price, 55c.) and a liist-
claps Felectiotl of Hlue Seal
Unbreakable   Records  at    65c.
fi-nu! Early aud Get First choice.
Piano  Tuning  and   Pepairs   a
Fl   "M    IV.
BINGHAM'S  MUSIC
McKENZIE  AVE. Revelstoke.
B. O.
Representative
fob
STORK
Phone 21)2.
WHITE PEOPL1
n
Re reasonable! Don't send vour hard-earned money
to China! Remember, we are here to do your work and
we employ local white labor only. Be progressive, and
have your washing done by the West Kootenay Steam
Laund.y.   Regular collector and delivery service.
WEST KOOTENAY STEAM LAUNDRY
Phone 80 EARL BARRACLOUGH, Manager.
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Fruit   Lands Lumbermen
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J. HI HAMILTON, W. M.
A   O. BROOKBR, Beci
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.
Manufacturers of Aerated Waters
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WINES
LIQUORS
CIGARS
11    a;
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amp, No   fit.
FOR SALE
Galena   Bay  landa in jiarr-' 1- of
10 or 20 acres or en bloc,    Com ■
pondence ii,
John Shaw. Agent.
Box 616 Arrowhead
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elstoke, B, C
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rlny    In   Oddfe.lows    Mall |
iirftt.hern  cordially  In
E,   Edwardi,
H. i,   Ha a'i
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dayi       ,   ►.   ,       ioi'.    •,     Helklrk
Hall.     Viaitlng Woodman are
a 'rei    Ie,   Ml'»ni
IAMB    Hi r-TYKW, O.O,
li. vv. BDWARDB, Oltrk.
Iief'et' mr ..ui
h'   nf woi
for llir ImisIi.    J  make a
ipecialt; ■■/ UogKlng
Sboei, Panl i. '.!, Sliiris
Blanket! and e /erythlng
required in v'>ur baslneti
SELKIRK      LODOB  u    i    0   0   C.
\f -i-i. .  ■■• , .A.,, y  .  e-ning   In
.Selkirk   Hall   m < Viaitlng
brethren  oordlAlly Invited
JOHN LYON      N. O.
JA8.   MATHfK.   Hec.
•I      Ml        BBOBIB,
nv i o. r.
Mo.  HS1.
IfMtl In / 0 f> K Hall neit to
Tapplng'i Optra Honaa ivery MCood
■ni Fourth Monday in montb. vi§it-
lag  brethren r.,ri|lally  welcomed.
H.   V.   MOIU1AN.  0.   It.
WM.   H.   CAMKKON,   Hee.-8e*.
Agents for Calgary Beer
L.E.GRIFFITHS
Hay, Grain and Feed
Office :
Cumming's Transfer Co.'y
Second  Street
G. W. HALL.
Manager SATURDAY, MARCH, 8th 1913.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
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Men'i Tweed Suits
Values to $12
c7VIen's Solid Leather
Working Shoes
1.65
Values in this Lot up to $3
Seamless Cotton Lisle H)J2
Rosg. 25c.,
3 for 50c.
c/tRROW    COLLARS
Two For
'Ca
cTWen's   Working'Shirts
Attached Collars
95c.
Reg. $1.50 Value
All Wool Sweaters
3.35
$5.00 and $6.00 Values
cTWen's Rain Coats
7.50
Regular Value $12.00
Men's Tweed, Worsted Serge Suits
Values to $22.50
COME
LISTEN
TO THE
BAND
t to Benefit
Mc
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wing Opportunities
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Men's Tweed, Worsted, Serge Suits
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Values to $18
offers you, if you want to save from $7 to $12 on your
Spring Suit—your Easter Suit—Do It Now, the opportunity is awaiting you at this Wonderful Price Reducing
Quitting Business Sale. No matter what you purchase
tha re's a saving, in fa3t its impossible now to buy at Mc-
Farland's without saving money. Price is the powerful
magnet that is drawing the crowds to McFarland's.
This Sale is all compelling -- all convincing. Prices completely demoralized in every dspartment and as the
significance of our Slogan,
WE ARE GOING TO QUIT
Continues to Spread! Hundreds are attracted and attend daily. Buying enthusiasm is
ever increasing as tha news of the Tremendous Bargains bsssmo known. Remember every
article in stock is at a sacrifice. Revelstoke and surroundings are thoroughly awakened
by this Creat Price Slaughtering SaL>. We said we were going to do it and we did, and will
continue to do so until every dollar's worth of merchandise is closed out, and remember
every article you purchase is worth just as much to you to day as if you had paid full price
for it.
Read the bargains.     They're Doing the Work.
Men's Dress Shoes
Patent Box  Calf Velours
1.95
Values in this Lot Up to $5.00
Men's Union Made Overalls
and   Smock
95C.
Values to $1.50
MEN'S $1.00 RUBBERS
70c.
Underwear Per Garment
$25.00
Man's Suit
Will be Given Away
Saturday, March 8
A numbered card will be given
with Each Purchase
Just Received
100 Spring Suits
The Manufacturer Refused
to Cancel Orders and we
have to accept them. All
SACRIFICED AT
SALE  PRICES
Men's Tweed, Worsted, Serge Suits
GET   A   CARD
Ifours May Be the Lucky One
Values to $27.50
isssKSijSismKBmmatamm
SATURDAY
NIGHT
From 8 to 10
REVELSTOKE
ORCHESTRA
WILL GIVE A CONCERT
Everybody Welcome
75c.
Regular Value $1.25
KINGS HATS
LATEST  SPRING  BLOCKS
1.95
Regular Value $3.00
Men's    Dress   Shoes   in    Patent
Gunmetal Calf. Blacks, Tans,
Bluchers, Bals.
3.65
Values to $6.00
Men's Tweed, Worsted, Serge Suits
K.1
Value to $35.00
C. S. MCFARLAND
OUTFITTER FOR MEN WHO KNOW
HOWSON   BLOCK REVELSTOKE, B. C.
LOOK FOR THE STORE WITH THE RED SIGNS
Soy's Suits
at Half Price FACE EIGHT.
THE MAIL-HERALD.  REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY.  MARCH,  8th 1918.
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GENERAL f
I     .1.  Son s of Winnipeg, is in   the
Clt) |
F. TI.  Hurae ,ei Not h Mill la in ihr
til
Cove  I of San Frai cl co, i   Ln
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M -    J, Welsh nf Vam ou\ er,  ia     in
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Ri i   n on of Vicio  a, i ama in
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11.   E.  Mi rein if l lal ;ary,  .in iv
t- day.
of Oal rai a . ia i rans-
:, ■ this wcok-i id
\\   R. Smith and S   I.. Bryant wer.'
e i      '.   from V11 m
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I B. of L   B, U .ii' ■ on Ai.'ii I.-.
I i.  J, McSo   i .  e   expocte I to     re-
turi e il .'."..
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I lie!   i.Ill'    III lhi
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t '.try
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Tha staffing of "Tlmt Rascal Pat,"
is under Iho direction of Mr. and Mrs,
Sturdy.
Wad on Realty i !o report tho Bali i if
several looal properties during the
past fow  days.
A meeting irf lhe Girls' Hospital
auxiliary "ill be held on Monday,
Maroh LOi'h in bho ovoning, in tho City
iinil ai  v p.m.
A real treat; como to the Empress
theaire on Friday tli ■ I Hh and hoar
leiul.e Six-year olil Oliffo Cashato tug
"Barn y  O'Hea."- -Tickets 50 and 75c
Mi. S. I,. Bryant of the Paeiflo
Sales \ oelalion ol Vancouver, is in
the i ii s doing bu Lness making lhe
Kin '   Edward hotel his h ad tuai tors.
Rov, J. I'. Woetman of Caigary, dc-
voi i    i mosl entertaining i intern le c
lure in  the  Methodist church       last
.-•. ning, bi     subject,    which ho    very
abb   handled  wa   "(lur  i let'ltago.'1
Thu mu ial numbers of tho Sl.  Pal
rick's  entertainment   tu   1 e  given      In
ihe  Empro s  theatre  on     Fi idaj   thi
i ith, are ley lho very best in eni     iu
ih ■ 'e' j  ii rare treat i    in store   for
all   « ho  .ii lend,   n b  i 'A q at       8
..    onc.!i'l begins at 8 80.   Plan
e :       i      on       ale  nl   tho    Mn   a.
.Iiii ■     ore, Monday the luth.
It. /.. Crawlord, tho Revelstoke
painl  i.    has     retui n id  fro n  d      len
iii.e oi Wc a .-. . . oth r
'.lii. n . i inlil . Mr . i irawford will
remo n   n   '»Ib ria   ■.. .i n    frii nds for
. ■ i   i ime.   Mi.  Craw oi d hi
,  good   ie.-1   from  his  bea ■ >   i ainl in ;
conl i.i i    o   in '  Biimmer and b       I
hie ti   i     iiui' ihis season'.- work
eVitn  ron .. il i ni'i-.y.
A  vciy  iini railwaj   ai   d nl      ,vas
owls   avei   d    yi   i noi ning,
,vh n  i hi   7 10 i asl      boun I  pa   eng ir
tiled jn I   In bind thi
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ning pictl ■ En  inoer did re
in    topping tii"
train   . so       tim       wa«
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In   lb i bur h   i n   Sum
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Pointed Paragraphs of Provincia
Whal Ib described as lhn rooord
lump of ambergris, lms boon discovered by Captain Larson, of the stoam
whalor Novorgia. Nearly half a ton
,,f this precious BUbstance was taken
from a whale, and un expert chemist
,. mi, ited il  to be worth $sno,000.
A joint meeting ol representatives
of iln' various publio bodies of the
citj ol Saskatoon have mot and decided to raise tho mm of if."ill,000 to
read tho nami and fame of Saska -
toon, throughout America nnd Europe
Tlie money will be handled by . pub-
, iiy  eommittoo  representing the var
e ||      Illli     al  lOllR.
11 is now definitely known that after
accompanying the Duchess ot Don-
naught io England, tho Duke will re-
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Ba]     '  cht on .Sunday,
lie .e,       wlll
, —In
en'';  even
Ing,   'Whi r    Ain or-t at Bun -
day b he'toi .,r . at
A    or.liai   Invitation  lo all
servl
r at Rascal Pat," whi h will be
I tented lo the Empress theatre on
Friday evening the llth, by the Bt-
Fi n li Dn ati du i, ia a typical
■ in one act' I'at'-
att'-miet to serve two musters gets
bim into a barrel of tro ible. His Ir-
1-h wit alone navep him. See it if
j',11 wish tr, lnurh and live ,ong.
Fifteen military police have been
killed nml a* wounded in a nght with
head-hunters in the Naga dlstriot of
Assam,
The Lord Mayor of London has announced, in connection with the spec
ial efforts being mado to Bave Crystal
Palace and grounds for the nation,
Unu I,on! Strathcona hae undertaken
to provide tho last $50,000 ot the sum
needed, ovor a million dollars,
Tho I iondon Tim is discuaslug Mr,
Tad's administration, says editorial
ly: "Pre ident Tuft's candidacy leaves
him wnh D en i< .ei deft ai. Iiiii ho lias
1 oi iu' advi rail y w 11 b u h admirable
i. iiim i thai lie now stands higher in
he i igai .1 of a ;i nei on people than
he did  last     Novomber.   !!■ will     be
inin to Canada and continue to    di^-  found tbat  tho courso of events undor
barge iln' duties of Govei nor General
The Duchess will also return later utile s ber iili\ icia i - b! ron ly ad\ Lbs
otherwiso, There is tho greatest tm-
«lllin 'iie- i.n the pai i ot both the
Duko and Duchess to shorten their
stay in Canada.
1 lis sole companion, a gi| a itic
Svi de, ii.ld nly goin insan • from
privation, while on a prospectin trip
noi: b of Lako Ti lm, and jumping into the camp fire in his     frenzy,     the
the Tafl  administration has mads re-
,onu en ier fm   Mr, 'fail's BUccessor."
11 i   .,11 up for a while at leasl witli
i   b  r.i ueehor' • project for crossing
the  Atlantic Ocean  by   balloon.     Hi
dirigible airship, the Buchard, was sup
e.    I to bo on the way tei the Canary
I land    to tail from here for  America
...     thu  . .. a.  e of  tho  Hade     winds
Ai. ordiug to    ru    ;er Hi ■   alum ie n
mi ni  ol  hi    I  ip is merely i m, orary
.1       due   e, rj ,ii agree n nl  among
dther man named Redmond dashed in     h" supporters of the v. nui
to tho embers aftor his demented eom-
l'.itu n in s| iie of th - i'n' i that he
...i u Ii rin - in. n fr « en fi I. an 1
was si. badly i'i a' i hal ii •■ ■ had
;o be amputated, Th ■ .'■ • ■ .li ,1 af
ter rn awful a ony.
A i  the R05 il \ i   oi'ia  hospital     In
' font real, Dr. Geo        ii   istrong performed tho ii.!■■• an 1 i mai'i ■• bl    op c
al ion ni ri in., in - ,,  bullet from    the
ardiun    oi   oui r membran e,    ol
an    Col ingelo   Was
ij  his ao^ |  el. The
inS    eej    all   X-
ai        th ' onlv hope
bj  ii ,' ministers of war and fin
The provincial e tlmatea are out and
oral \ i.i.  for Similkameen rid
.nii     be $! 10,  This apparently
dooa nol  include the     I ansj rovincial
on  road  foi   whi h th i appropria
lion from ilo e to Pi inccton is to bo
tra.   When time is     taken
to     i' all ihe e I [mates il     will
Joubile - i een ilia: the approprlai
' , ii :'.ei i he i iding will i e even more
.ban tin   i um    tated.
liami nl wa   asked to
. '■"■ "for t.h ■   re -
newal  an i  inci n e ol  aruiam nis and
e i lis."     This    request     was
. .i .: ote ■ li.' li aid. "Recent
wars w hicb bn ■:- . hown • o... Lncingly
i Imi u. ii an   o   del ince     i u  I
i
art,    xi rity   iu
this i       '■ more dlflicult to
.        M."
li  now   se 'ii.s clear thai  tho
ng fn
ard io
i
a on
■
f mi • is so
!■ imal ■•    will pro\ Ide
■ r-       I well ps ol co .i
an 1 ba
■ acb as iheir main ar-
amei m than    the
' :   ll tt.      T
:. voti .1.    ■ ill   a ■  e.s1       i   i'
is class   .vlncli      is
. s  of
both :i. ■ .1 and
.    .  mobility.
ii j     o:.;  C
of a itaction in
Farland
• nl    furnishings
■ lie last de-
-   a  big day    nt
, -     boots
.
\ novel
1  be     the
nin -      by
.hi i.     lili-h   « ili
in   tbu
BUSINESS LOCALS        I
Brooms, Brooms, at Um itevelstoke
Hardware Co.  this week at 30 cents.
11 com.>M but once a year—The L. A.
II. of It. T. Annual At Homo and
Danco, Itevelstoke Opera House, on
March 2,.th.
GALT COAI, is handled exclusively
in Rovelstoke hy ihe Revelstoko lieneral Agencies, Ltd.
LAD IBS—Spring Millinery Opening,
llilil, at C It. Hume & l'o., Wednesday 12th March, afternoon and oven-
;ng.     Remember tho Hate.
See Chas M. Field about that Life
Policy you are contemplating putting
on in the company of   which     Lord
Stra lue ma  and   the  I'resident  ot     the
Bank of Mi nl v al aro directors.
GALT COAL—Not jusi as good, bui
lho real article,—-The Revelstoke
ii iimi al  Agencies, Ltd.
Ladies high class tailored suits to
order—March Fashions aro in— Grossman & Co.—Ladloa and Gouts Tailors
The Rovelstoko General AgenciesLtd.
are the exclusive agents for the famous GALT COAL.
Tha lirsi Canadian contingent that
went to ihe Boer war were Insured for
fjl.,000,01 1 in the Ocean Accident ami
Guarantee Corporation. The Revel-
toke Fire Brigades are also Insurod
In this 1 ompany. The Bpecial a ;ent
for this company Is ('has. M Field —
B sl policy in the market issued to all
■ i Ially to railroaders.
Ilon'i  put up with that le.l.y hose,
when you  can  buy  50ft. al   tho  Itevel
loko  Hardware  Co.  for $4.60.
James, thee Chimney Sweep, is ba U
in town, and will give prompt personal attentii n  io ail   0   .   'Pho 0 Ori,
■ ntal   Holel,  ov  write,   Jam s.     The
1 Sweep, 1'. 1. 1 dental lio
tel,   Re   ilstoke.
Th R ills... 0 i ily land will
.iuui h tho music at 'be I..A .it. of R.
T. Dance, 1 11 March I lh, at tho op
era   I ou       ' lo ets   are  1 nly      $1.00.
I ood    me guaranteed.
Rai ro. ii rs, bewai . Ho not put on
II ■ or a< ci lent in ui an 11 without first
oking over tho attractive nud     low
I riced 1 olloios offered    ou    < Chas.M.
Fii I'. in I.i     oun 1 an.l rellal le com
I allies.
making. 1 Ladles iy n mat< rials
n ado up. -Mis Morgan, Lough a 1
Block, Second  Street.
LADIES- Spring Milliner) Opening,
! 113, at C. I!. Hume & Co., Wednes
day liiih March, afternoon and oven
ng.     Remember the !'ntc.
Only four compani s settled their
losses in  iill  In  the     San    Francisco
irthql of V lii'':  thfl  I. oll
ie. n  Assuran a Corporation was on ■.
This company  ;. Id 01 I     ■ ,00 I, 0 1
lhal  disaster,  their politics are writ-
ti n he re  by Ohas. M, Field.
Forty years in use, 2.)    years     the
: dard,   presi ri- ed an 1  recom   end
ed by physicians.   For Woman'-   Ml
nnnts, Dr. Martel's Female Pills,   «i
vour  diuggim.
You  can buy  :, 35c. hoi tie of  Silver
at   the      Rev. 1    Oke   Hardware
Co.'    for 20c.
SOCIAL AND    <,
PERSONAL \
Mr. Klrko of Arrowhead, is in the:
city to remain over Sunday.
Mr. Jus. Telier returnod from „ few
days al  Vancouver.   He  will     remain
here  another week.
1
i   Mrs. Hugh Smylho Is making rapid
recovery from ber operation, and wil'.
bo  home  in  a low  days.
Mrs. das. Donaldson, loaves next
w.ek on a trip to Scotland to vnu.'
her mother who is ill.
1 Mr. and Mrs. Ferris lefl ou Thur;
day evening for Vancouver, when
ihey  w i'l roi iile 111 future,
Mr. McLaughlin's mnny friends wen
pleas.-.I   to    t- -   liiin   mn   again   yoi toi
day, for 1 bo Ui st  1 imo    in >■ hia     ao
1 1 li'll! .
I Superintendent McKay and Mr. Mc
Quarrie, district engineer, left yesterday  on  a  Iiii ines    trip down   the  I Ik
' aiingin
.Mr. .1. H. Johnston and Mr, Brick
son ami Mr, S.•I11ui.il w.re m town ou
Wednesday in lhe int. rests of tbe Ma
In.ewa   Dcvelopmi nt   Oo.
Mrs. 1'.'. W. Erickson of Malakwa, ia
in the 1 0 1 .til at * nn :ouver, having
under ■ ou ■ mi operation In 1 Friday.
Sho 1- making fair recovery.
Mi     1 iir, e uni Ml s Cowan of bho
.rh ml   staff   lla  e      bei one      "' acholor
m.ii.l-." and g 111 hou ii keeping al
Mrs.  1'.  c.  Ainsllo's,  Fifth Btreet.
Mrs. Dr. '.I'd,''an he.1 a fow fri.-n.l.
in  io a    in dl . e  in    t   ■ on   ft
at 1 noon. Thej v.. re . nl -i tnin -
1.1 with inin' beamiful music, thai
evi-i yon ■ enjoyud
i.ie.  i'.i.'i i ie\ ban,  ■ 11 na. or of     tin
Imperial  Hani.,  returned   Friday  from
Poi :n •!■  In   Prairie,   whore he al ti n.l
ed tho funeral of tho lato Mr. Murios
Ml   .   M   III  ne dean's  f.,lh tr..
Mi 9 Sadie Fo il ■ returned Wed
day a 'i." [rom a 1 >.o month ' vi .it.
io So ith 111 California. -Mi Footi
is looking very wi 11 and has ben ■ te I
greatly 1 1 '; ait.li I.y tho sunny dun
., ■■ of Lo v 11 oles. Mi - McFnrlan 1
will remain in California, probablj un
til June.
Mi . 1. Lyons' "at bome" on Fri
daj iftornoon, was one of the mosl
sociable    affairs of the    sea on      hi
e I     1.     I'm     I'll   ■     1,111       .. ,111        .     11
son  ■ arnal ions and  In 1 '1    w th 1
bow I    e.l dou la     tors,    In splto      ol
1 11      n.l .1 mi     ...il in .   about   forty
ladies assembled and nine tabic  p ay
ed "five hundred "   Many lov iy ei e
■  worn.     Mr lo of
Vancouvor, ..si of honor, wore a
handsome no        iwn    ntin hav
ing .in o.'erdri s ■ f embroidered . hit
ron . 1" the Bame shade. Mr . Lyont
wa    a   i ted in 1 r\ ing bj   M
'.1        t'UI '■ .     and  Mis. Ro I    Don
Tho fir t prize was won   1.   Mi 1      id
lo   Foot".      Who   ie ei  ed   a   cul .las
potc.   Second prize   was aw..
to   Mi      Boa elcy,  .,  cut  la     pei unu
bottl ■.
. ruoj -:
,       lii]      A,.
j. ii
•
■
•It:   '
h n -
In .1 ■■   I
j"    1  ye -s.       [ht ab-
0
:      ((.-a 1   of
r-''irk   from   h n   '.'   'laies.
11     ,    • I   I • 11..
h Siding, both
. n day .nd conveyan
ti  on band at Company's Vemon of
iTi    a    of I oat. ipeolal a1
\<n-in 'nl"   buyers from    Lnke
i 1,.tr   out to fi-   pan .•'   He,a.
TERMS    'm  third   Cash,  hal
months,  approved   lien  notes  at  »[i«r
■ ent..  interest.
T.   I   TRAPP ft. CO.,
I tineh   wiil  be  served Auctioneers
t       1.95,
■  ..!  Hi
iHualls    • i
.'      the
'
store   in
Mast Sign Name
■
mr   r-adcr
I   '
, • thou
.   if    imo will be
'     r, ,.■!,     papei    h 1   ket
Tte   -r, rnment  of Panama
H   hu,. ' OOl     of   ai'i'r uH "•"   B
.ni' noi '  ■ .    1 nd .,  proff   	
al   1 ii - imon
COMING EVENTS
' ition Pict in-    ti  the
.tit,
n'       he     I'liu
press   thl atr •
liilPh     ODI
.!     h  1     Orlffltb Htook Co.
(Smprt
Vh  I,   !l    I,    '    1:   of  It.  T,   Annual
"At Home" and   linace.
Apiil  1   Hi   Uarnadi Ho   . Mtulaal
fflntertalnmsnt, i'',mprosH theatre.
\j. 111   1    V   M   C    \   Qym I'xhlblt.lon
Seven   Rolls  Toilet   Paper   |   50
''mi Opener      10
...     Blacking       10
Fifty feel  llo-e  150
Alarm Clocks      80
r Polish      211
'.nu sii    Poii h   15c.  nu 1 85c.
fan 1 ■ ■ . t:      5c. and 10
lutchei   Km .. s    35c.
11    Knives  10c.
..1         UH'.  to B0i
Pudding  Dl ha      ISci
.1    POtB     iff.
10   hi t a fi w "f the     1 ine
1 mh. 1 bargains we have. 0n our dis-
Whi n you can buy a 50c
room for 30c.     or    a 3fic, bottle of
Fin nisi me  Polish  guaranteed for one
yen,   foi   ' I 60  1.1   a  6flc.  leiiicher  Knife
C,  il   will   pay   yoll   to  como and
see ihe many bargains we are offering
Tho Revelsloke  Hardware Co.,  ml.
Ol  course you will bo   here!  Where'
Why at   ihe St.  Peter's church entei
it al      0 opera hou 0 on     thf
24th Inst.
WA   Tl
TO RENT—Furnished Room-, witb or
without l.ou.l. Apply to Mall-Herald Office
WANTED— Competent Sal ]■ o;.l •.—
Ap| ly .. once io C. S. McF il.m 1
Howson Bfock.
FOR SAt.iv-l'THMi'l RE and Hous.
hoi 1 effects 1 lhe A 1 bury re id ma
Fifih stroet, can he seen ou lbe
premises. 2t.
KOR SALE—Two do/cn good laying
hens, just in full lay, one and twe
years old Express paid to Revel -
e-loke. ^10.00 per doz.—O. Rosonuin
Mara, B. C.
Rev.   J.  P.   Westman of     Oaigary,'
Beld secrotary for    Epworth   League
ind   Sunday  school  woik in  lhe  Meth
1   church  foi   Uberta and B.  C,'
1 tying in the City nnd  will o 'il ■
he pulpii in the .Methodist ohuroh
on Sunday.   Sunday services at 11 a '
ui. nnd 7Hn p.m.   The preacher for the
day   Ilev.   .I.F.   Westman  of      Calgary.
1 il   niusie  hy the   'hoir.   anthem:—
'Thou     Wilt.     Keep    Him in Perfact
Pesos " I
FOR SALE—An Eii;ht Room House,
very centrally situated. Equipped
with modern conveniences. Has fine
lawn. Admirably suited for a sel -
cct Boarding house. For further
particulars apply to Mail-Herald
Office.
FOR SALE—Farm, 2J miles south ol
Revelstoke, eighteen acres, ten acres
'loaned and improved; with houso
2Sx24, kitchen 14x18 and four up -
stairs rooms, chicken house, Btable.
and farm implements. Address Mr
Antonio Corouehllo, General Dellv
ery, Revelstoke, B.C.

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