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Mail-Herald
Vol. 16-No. 30
REVELSTOKE. B. C. APKlLJO. 1910
$2.50 Per Year
xb»<SCTO^OOOO
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v\
EASY
TO PUT ON
So simple is Alahaslinc to :m ,
handle that anyone can decorate his j|'£.-.';
or her own home with it.    By following the simple direction given on every J'.-.V;.-
ALABASTINE il
pn Vbrt you, youraslfi cnn reproduce any tint combinations, not only in
the plain tints, hut also tn the walls decornteil with stencils* We would
like to tell you more about what Alabaetine will ilu for your home, how
easy it is to apply, nnd how beautiful are its results. Ask us to abow you
a tint card anil copy of " Homes, Healthful and Beautiful."
We carry a full line of all shades made
also the principal colors in Frescoes
r<fl>
BERRY BROS. VARNISHES
Recognized the world over as the Best
Varnish Made
Try Liquid Granite on lour Floors
Full lines of Paints and Varnishes in stock.
Readv Mixed Paints $2.00 per Gallon.
Lawrence Hardware Co., Ltd.
Plumbing and Tinsmithing
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Office   Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Authorized
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
$10,000,000.00
5,000,000.00
5,000,000.00
Branches or Agents at all principal nmnts in Canada.
Agents in Great Britain and United States-London, England,
Lloyds Bank, I imited. Chicago-First National Bank, Corn Exchange National bank. Seattle-Seattle National Bank, fean Francisco-Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank. Spokane-Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
current
DeposiU of $1 and upward, received, and interest allowed at
rent rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch   A. B.McCleneghan, Mgr.
GIIBSTIG EXHIBITION
B. C.
large Crowd Witness Work of Commissioners Appointed to lie
Mil. Physical Department I     leet Suitable locality
The  BdUon    Theatre whs well Rllod The following have I n appointed by
wiili mi interested and an appreciative tho     I'rovincinl     riovernment,    Uiiynl
,.     audience to witness lhe annual exbibi Co lissionui's  lo lour Uriiisli t'uliuii-
tion bj   ih.' physical depnrtinent ol lhe bin  in    search of a     suitable lunilit>
These  annual  exhibitions where the University ol Uriiisli ('nluni-
Y.M.C.A.
have bocoi
nnd  evoke
fl'lltlll
in   Kevolsloke,   blu mn.t  li"
clod.
wily
lh.  W.'ld   Uulhousio
Nova Scotia.
(  ,n,,n  Uuthie,   I.aval   n
Quebec,
Ue. 0.   I'..  Skellon, professor of poll-
cii'int; ai Uueen's university, ut
TO ENSURE A RECORD CROP
OF
Choice Strawberries
Tomatoes and Apples
AND TO
Improve  Your  Lawn
USE P. BURNS 8 COMPANY'S FERTILIZER
li interest from a spcr.
laeular point ui view, as well a« affording the I'lilili. an iden of how the
work al the Y.M.C.A. i- progressing.
Tin' programme opened with pyramids
and tiiinliliiiLr by   tho juniors who   'li'l Ucnl
their work smartly ami  well,  sin.win.; Kingston.
what     training  ran    .1"    to    develop Principal  Murray, university  ni Sns-
young,muscles. Vi.  Veilh in an oxhibi- katchewan.
lion  uf electric club  swinging  received fir. I'ritchott, S'ew York, president of
a large round of appluuse. The  Ifevol-   the C'nrnegi idowmenl establishment.
Btoke-Kamloops  baseball  guine caused I' I" lu be hoped     lhat  the i-ommis-
iiiinli merriment,  no hull' -kill  in act- sioners     vvill n.n  hi' empowered to -•-
ing and dumb show being displayed by 'oct  the actual  site ol the university,
the actor and his clown. Mrs, V. Cam- their powers being confined  to the re-
eron pleased  the .nidi e In   her sing- commendation of a locality which     i-
ing, lh icore number heme pnrti.nl- in their     opinion a     desirable one,  li
.ally sweet und dainty. A novel feature wi"  l1"'" be competent for the govern-
of the entertainment was a series     of went  to select  the site in the locality
athletic poses in  living statutes, each recommended.
being excellently curried out. Some line u" their arrival in British Coliiintfn
performances were given on the horiz- ""' commissioners    will  orgunise   nnd
.uniii bars which were highly appre.ira- prepare a working plan: they will al."
ted by ilu- uudience.
Moving pictures, including a laugh
able liiin showing the "Mnrathoi
Craze*' brought a first class perforin
uu.'c to a close.
The Symphony Orchestra suppiiei
c\ el lent music throughout.
('. J. Worth,    the physical (lire, li
ilect their secretary. It i- probable
that sittings of the commission will
be Imlil in Vancouver, Victoria, New
Westminster, Nelson, and probably
several other poiuls in ilm interior.
The decision of the commission is
expected as soon ns those comprising
it have made a thorough examlnatii
deserves great credit for his work, and   °' ll"  ''"' available localities suitabl
besides being a good instructor,     ap-  'or ''"' establishment  of lhe seat     u
pears to have     the interests and wel-  learning,
fare of his pupils, young and old.   at
heart.
The new electric spot light which has
just been installed by the theatre
management,  was used with irrent s,-i
CCS
stage effect
VALUABLE WORK.
I   Vi. Vi.    Foster, as     chairman of the
physical  department,   made  the        re-
IsiMitaiiiins of ihe prizes won this year
in  the indoor game leagues.  L'refucing
Japanese Ke.iace
I.on Iuu,  April   I'.i   The sudden  boom
of Japanese     immigration    iuto I.until,- coloi-s adding to lhe general   into England is developlug u feeling"'
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racial hostility, particularly in London, which is beginning seriously to
alarm British public men.  lu view     of
the     ■   '.-iei"-  of  the   \i,'_'!i - l.riM	
treaty, which the masses of English-
- men regard with bitter disapproval,
this he made a few brief remarks poin- but which furnishes the Japanese with
ting out thai brains are the result of .,„ excuse for demanding treatment as
strong muscles which are produced by equals and allies lhe situation is very
physical culture. Tlie Y.M.C.A. has difficult.
'done a very great work in the physi- The Orientals a
cal department.   Revelstoke youth   has   ],lMI|     j„
.been  trained and  taught  healthy exer-   Bapanese exhibition to be held in l.on-
cise which i- conducive lo physical and   j,,,, during the summer.
mental stamina and this training will 	
bring aboul excellent results. The gym- .,
nasties anc| games   have been very well POliCE   31111   TrilSnCy
The Vernon School Board hav
quested lhe police commisstonei
thai city to give their assistance to
enforce the public school attendance
act. Tho law requires the daily ntten-
'lnine  to Eng-
connection with the Anglo-
attended during  the  past  year, a- cvi-
ot
denced. by ihe actual numbers being re
corded, being no  less   than 31H7.
The   following   prizes   were   awarded:
Senior    Basket    Ball  League—Shield
iiiiii  by  the  Business   men.   K.   ti.   Mc-
Kue   (Capt.)    Mr.   Meliae   said   thai     j f   lI.-im.-.-      through        llleye.notea.il
lit  was'not  for athletics he would     he ,l,il<l between     the aec=    of 7 and 11.
called "(ilil man McRne." Truancy  is evidently  bj   no means an
|   Intermedial.-     Basket     Ball League uncommon thing in Vernon:     Prima-
Cup,    mm by the     Beavers, E. Bruce I''1' Sl"'<1'' "' Vernon, pointed out that
j (Cain.). 'I"' school authorities,  wiih  lhe assis-
!   Junior     Ba-ket  Ball  League   Shield  tam* of the police, had Mice led     in
won by     the    "Cubs",     W.  McLean, reducing this evil  to a  minimum     in
(Captain I Revelstoke. am! thought  the same re-
TRACffl WORK MEDALS. Bults would    [ollow  '"' bis 'ity ii the
Vi. McLean,—Gold. police were instructed to lake the mat-
A. MeCarter. -Silver. ter    "''•         ''"'     commissioners wet..
'    I'. Bourne —Bronze afraid  thai such work would encroach
lhe    physical  nepartment  wish      to '"" »"ch on     tlie time of the police;
thank   Mrs.   Cameron   ami      all   others but  decided      to givi   ii   a   trial   f,„    ,,
who helped in Ihe entertninn t. It i- ,w months.f
hoped also  that  all ili  interested in '" Revelstoke the chief of polim ucl«
'    ll'e   work       of   the   Y.M.C.A..   an.l   who »«   ln"""   olllroi   add   i;    I-   well   know,,
\ realise whal  a great  .leal ,,f e |   ih,. throughout the city that  recently there
physical departn I  is doing om boys   navo ' ' "''>'     '""  '"•"''" "F truancy
will    .1.. all     they  can  lo assist  both whicn  »Peok" well  i.n   the system ad-
morally and materially. "I"'"1'
A Warning Voice
To     till'     I'll,Int.
Sir, It i- (funorall> iMtrronl in towu
lhal tin' rensdii nevovul I'nilwu; mou
hnvo reconth old oul thoii property
hare nml [lopui '<•<! i'"i   K itnloopH     uud
i''   "U li.-lf Wit*     \<>    M\ tilli     ill •    |'l   I   !'■
i w ,■  Ii-mv •.   i nxni i' in  i"   'ir1 ■   i   Hi \ •■'■■
Monster Grain Cars
Montreal, April  In -Preparation*!  fot
lhe lime when the liiaiid Trunk ulnl
i.rand Trunk Pacific will become im*
portant factors in the wheat handling
trail.' of Canada  ami  -Imw it  h\   tender*
ii.ih being called for b.v tl..' ' .ran.I
Trunk tor a number of lhu boxcars,
particularly adapted for the grain
traffic, These form part of orders for
freight   equipment   totnlling  om.   811,
un". , foi  which  tenders an- lo     be
a-ked very shot ily.
The grain cars are Bteel Irnme boxcar* "i ihe I urges I Bine, with n capacity of 100,000 pounds, and are intended for the handling of grnin from
lake ports to ti lew at.'i. A hoi ' train
oi -.'ii of 11.eM, monster ears will lie able
lo i ,'.■.   I ' tons of wheat e,e !., with   Hherwin Williams Paints are the besl
a inin unu.i ui handling. f'" »n'o >i( l!"lm"' l'"'"H-
THEY IKE II HU
Baseball
Lacrosse and Lawn Tennis
Goods in all the best makes.
Lally
Spalding
Slozenger, etc.
Rubber Hose anil Lawn
Mowers, Garden Sets, Garden Seeds, flower Seeds.
In Hardware, Paints.
Stoves, Harness or any of
the numerous lines we carry.
our stock and prices will be
found up-to-date.
BOURNE BROS.
Crocerles   Hardware
Harness
Paints
,    ■'
THE CANADIAN  BANK
OF COMMERCE
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000     Reserve, $6,000,000
DRAFTS ON   FOREIGN   COUNTRIES
Arrangements hove recently been completed under  which the  branches
ot this Bank are able to issue Drafts on the principal point*
ln the following countries;
Finland Ireland
Formosa Italy
France japan
Fr'ch Cochio-Chin*   Java
Germany Manchuria
Great Britain Mexico
Greece Norway
Holland Persia
Icelaal Phillipine Islands
lodia Roumajiia
Austria- H ungary
Belgium
Brazil
Bulgaria
Ceylon
China
Crete
Denmark
Faroe Islao-is
NO   DELA"   IN   rSSUiNQ. ' U L L   PARTICULARS
Russia
Servia
Siara
South Africa
Straits Setti
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
West Indies m
and elsewhars
ON   APPLICATION
REVELSTOKE    BRANCH—A.    H.     ALLb.N,    MGR.
t.i
of
POLICE COURT
\t -.I,,
fore -1.
i poii ourt nn >.'iiunla\  be«
II. .Jackson, -I.l'.. Vamn Seaki
mnl II.i-i- (jui'im, -Iii|i-, were eliargeil
wiih being drunk  and disorderly, .uul
li I So and     .<|dn costs or ten days
in ijaol. These Japs are ili" rem.
nm- ni iln' iriuiL' 'Imi wns killed in
ih.' l.'iMt-.v Pass -Iiii'1. and have now
left tli.' CP.R. in uniii in work at
Golden.
Vndy Logan was charged with having nn visible means of hiipport. The
provincial  constable said  accused  was
]irett> ami luxurious,  added greatly t.
tin-  effect nl   iln-   ;''..i>.   The  Tlit-.it)
.■ , M •. ,. cx'.T •■ ■ '■      y'.-r •' te   md =1
public  will enjoy  the  visit ol the Ee
liardts generallv.     T.i night tlie langa
' le comedy  'Brown - in Town " will 11-
prndm ed.
Fatal Struggle
Miv>iiiN, B. C April IU. In B
struggle »i li a gang if trumps on
li..ml tln-t. I'. H. u.ui. Nn. iM, Yitt-
v ncial Constable Lane received iniiir-
les which cauced his dentb jusl us the
ti .iin was entei ing the s-ation here.
drunk on the Btreet and quarreling, The tlamps to the number ol ci>;lit
nud begging money. When arrested he or ten hoarded tbe train near Atil»'t>-
h.-,.in.- v.-iy violent and ,i!"i-.\,.. Tli.. f.»rd and i-onn a'terwaide tinliting
iiiiiii pointed out that accused had broke out »nior.g>t tlem. The con-
been up several times i.n disorderlj I"-   ductor. seeing aeveialunder the influ-
huvior, ami -.ii.1 that  the i pie mn-'   enceot drink, ordered tli-iu  off the
be     protected     from such  undesirable ! cars but tlii'hol.o.-> .1. (ii.. 1 lum. Oth. r
prote
characters.     Logan snid he
got   Wt.rli   .lllll   \\.i>   I.'I   mil    i
.■.I sentence.
..I    now
suspend-
trainmen came t" the conductor'*;
assistance and a st i i'sgl<" ensued dm-
[ng which niinl'W- ..nl ■•■ i- were
-..M-h.-.l.
When  Constable   Lane   came    mi
board twu -i.iii.n~ south of here be
was Informed ot the disturbance ami
The "first night" ol   the  engagement  Immediately  proceeded to arrest  Ibe
lender of thi gaux.   Violent n-slstance
Marriage ot Kitty
ofthe EykhnrdtDramaticcompani ■>' thi
New I'.li-i.n Theatre   yestei laj proved
pleasing success   In   every   wa; .
large audience attemkil.   "The Man
of Kitty" wns :!■.. bill nml tin  |ll
proved without  ..   ''.'.ul.;  that thi    Ei «
, , ..   ,   ,     . .    ,   ihe tnin-of  tl.'   car, expiring  l»-fnu'
liardts are a company of first class talent        ... .
ami ability.   The  o medj    was  i
with ' urefnl .ni.ni; n to every d.
i'.i-ir being « II   sustained   li
individually.    The   comic   scenes   wen
especially well carried out  and thi ■
nm- vi n took np tin thread el
.nnl   were  kept   in    •
M..I;.',   ll   tlii
Im    1),   i     '.I   nnl   tilllo      ;t
liih      wn
ille.1          hum     n
Thin i   i""
i hni   a iiiiii lev to bf in '■!■
looked,
1 nm eti-.,
I'.I S1NF.SS.
Uevel  lol ■
\| ill  Hiili..   1010.
	
1 11             f;i »l   il'
vveel   I'liivi'i   kiss.        ;
Mi Intyre'
^t'«. 11     may
.,      will use good paint.
u.i- offered, th'- conatable being
kicked several limes lu the abdomen.
Me. however. n»erc»me lii- assailant
ai'I had p'ajed him under arrest;
when he suddenly Ml forward  upon
in..li..ii anl could Ih- summoned.
Two iii.'i.a- a   result   "I  iln'  tragic
\ Incial gaol.     \ i h irge ■■! niurdei «ill
prnb il lit against i no.    I li.
— ■■ w.-11 i- making arrangements  for
Criminal Law Changes
\i       IW-Mi    liuu    ■
mirth during the  entin   pieci      > •• :-
Kcklinrilt n    I'ra. i rs tin lav   i
In.   unmi take '.■   I li tn     ;;
HI.- ami -.ul ..I the plat. while v,'. : i
■ lun followed  (nitlilullj
Reg   I.m    ■   !•:. K.   Hawk
part ..I nseuui ntial  ;
Hon.    AsKathreci
i.l.in. Deffry proved hot
charming   aetrei
part wiih a .lr"!l   yet   winning   manner
Ul i    inuot (ail to please.     Miss Deffi instead
is ih,- fortunate | I a
stage appearand .  ..""'.   look
nd graceful carriagi of wl
qualities go n. make  Iim mt ai tress ol
unusual abilltj.    Miss  Geoi        S '
i- lhc lij stericul and  vi hemi i
rl. Seuiianl plnyi rl a fine ;
al   deportment   beins   exi i lh ut.     The !'•      The
gowns worn bj tin   ladii s wei of
and up-to-date, while the   stage settii
■ i  the
•   M1
1
.. . THE MAIL HERALD TIEVELSTOKF, B- C
:.\Tl'lili\ , .   M'llll. Ili.  mill.
IN
ew Spring Goods
Ginghams
Dress   Gingham   very best   ma ■
stripes,   chocks   and   plain grounds.
Ri i . .       's, No   o
12 c. per ■
Bleached Cotton
. le.    Spet ini   prices  I
Victoria Lawns
Onl    ;i  few  pieces   lefl   at   LOc.   per
yard.
Curtain Muslins
< 'urtains and Mi di i ssi s, Sr.' ushefore
buj ing, Specii I nice lii es. Prices—
15c. per j ard tip.
Boots and Shoes
i I " stock extra large '•' n,    We
are show ing a cs,    Prices
to    ;:t an\  buyer.
PROVINCIAL DEVELOPMENT
Ciiniiiini'il from page
	
,f   the   I'ni'ilii
\|>\\ nil.
II-   ami
nwing nn  all  hands,   lien!
. a  bet ler  buv     than     in
trie
IWlllte
\ li      iver,
\ H I'OHI \
i-  gr.tiviiig  - ii-inlilv.   Some  fine   In.
lid       Iiiiii I.     are   being  erected,  Sleepj
llulliiw   i'iiii   nn longer  bo  justly    n|i -
plie i   io   \ i.i.>i i.-1.   I'roperlj    i
cheap   here   and   this   "ill   undoubted!,!
bn the   .■■■■ il   re identiiil cily  of British
i ol                   I lie    ettlemiml   ol   the   I .
I'.   II    Inu I    und  inilw ij   • nn Inii'tinii
ensure  ■ he   'in\i ili of  *i i. lorin  an.l   mi
ri a   ii       |)i'ogi       iiii I  active   1.   el
im,,. ■ \   ne    I  land,
Millinery
Nev  and  fashionab e   :; i s coming to
hand daily by c
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
Vi.    \l.    \n- lev    ivi
Wi
day.
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LOCH AND
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The in i Caehi
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lM'RITV   FiiOrii
nol yet given Purity Flour a trial we
 so if you wish to procure the besl
trai tee ever> sack.     \ our money re-
led if no jusl what we represent il to ! e.
TlOA  AM)   COFFEE
| ave a full stock of the leading lines in Teas and
Coffees and can offer you the besl \;\h;c>: on the market,
ranging in price from $] per lb. to 3 lbs. for si as a special.
A.HOBSON. BAKER & GROCER
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Your Insurance
Is ol   the   most   important  items
in your business
"'11       Valentine  i-   visitiii!    In -i-ter,
I '■        I'..' 11,lill   ,.,,
Mi  .  .1.   L. Stark  vvill  not   n  oi
Wedi .   i.-v   the 20th,
\\    \    Foote i.i ui,  ,.., In , i	
a trip in Vancouver.
i I        T n in ,  ■ ha-   '••! urned    n
le.l \ isil  in Sweden.
j I'm i Dunne ua- .-. \ istitoi In the
,;,.        in  Wednesday   till   Fridn
| Mi. II iim i, ul lhe e i. ineeriiiK li''»'
of .- a li, Kerry .v ' li , waa in u e
city yesleiday.
'VI,. Mnyi r I"-. np| ■ il ti d Aid
Trin l.ln tn net in his s.-ml during hie
i.i.-i ; ue '" xt wi eli.
Ma ... Iliiniilton le ive* tomorrow ou
a   la.   a .- visit    to       Wi'ln-I.iu in   1111(1
vvill he   ;li .ent  aboul   fi\ e days.
Mi I Vase, -i ler of Mrs. .1. II. Sib-
bald, I... arrived on her return from
Imh- 1 .a I, unt! i a gue i at Sibbnldinc
vvhili   ei   route to her home  al   Kclow-
11: l.
.1.    N ;m illt    i ni!;.    in    ii ■-   Ioi .,1
ulii...   Mali'  of   P.   Hum     iv   i '•'..   litis  III -
cepte I   11. '     position  in   I lie   Lnwi
Ilardvv ire I 'oinpany,  vn   itetl   bv    I   I .
L. Taylor.
'    Mi    ,1,,1  Mi--   T.  llu   In      etui'i eil .ni
Sum I ni    iii'iii      Montrenl,   v\ In re      Mi.
Una'. ■       : a    been    for   11,
inonil.    in   the  Itoynl   Vietoria   llospi-
i lal  until ri nine  an ojier il ion  ior ; leur-
i   \     .ini   |iln'll!ll,inin.   II,'   i-   una    on   ill''
roii  ■ \   bin   i:   will  ',.-    i  lew
vveel -   i el   before.      he    an
duties as Conductor.
LET Kootenay Agencies, Ltd,
Look after this  branch of your business
KCOTENAY AGENCIES, LTD.
Successors to Kincaid & Anderson
Coming [vents
'a'.-S.
April  I-    Y.M.C.A.    Athleti,   entei
llll'lll.   New   Kili-i,n    lll'lll- .
April  19, -J". 21, 22, 211   'I lie  I i
Then I ii. al ' 'ompany of i hieugo at
the New l-iili-iii, Theatre.
April  22   "A   Knight   for  a   Day"  at
Tappings Opera House.
April   25-25—The   Juvenile   flo   uiiini
..- New   Kili-..ii 'I In    •
Api II  25   "St.      Iln "."   ul   Ta|
 I       Opera  House.
I  ■>-_".i-   "Shaun      Aroon"     under
ail-1'i.i-  "''       the   l.'.'ltlaii   Cntholi
i lunch,  Sew  l'.ili-on Theatre.
M      -' 3- -St.  Cetera Chun h   l-ntertain-
lil. li'    all'I   '  Mill a . a.    Nell lali-ull
'I'll,'a I n
!   -   ...
in Tl
bi
■    '      21   The Swiss Hell   Ringers.  The
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These New styles Are Exquisite
Come and See the M Styles in the Latesi Ideas
in Spring nml Summer Neckwear
Willi the In . ...
I ii
lh,- prevail '
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.'So, lo
Coll ;
are sin a
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Wash Stocks, I.
i   I.awn
Prices from 25 Cents Up
Collars. Kiie!
1 .-     m>
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Summer Underwear
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and Chiltlren.    It is by long i the
well as the cheapest.    U'i have Vests with loin
and no sleeves, from Knil
all  si From 20c. Up
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"Jimmy Pax'1 and his star Co.,
in  \,".i   Kdison Theatre.
Spring Tonics!
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Seeding Time is Here
We have n full line of Garden and l-'i. 1.1 Seeds In
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Peas. Nasturtium (und other Beeds In hulk, also s
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also the principal colors In Frescoes
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Full lines of Paints and Varnishes in stock.
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Savings Bank Department
Deposits of 91 and upward, received, and interest allowed at
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Revelstoke Branch   A. B. MoCleneghan, Mgr.
Mail-Herald
REVELSTOKE. B. C. Al'KlL'O 11)10
$2.50 Per Year
B. C,
TO ENSURE A RECORD CROP
OF
Choice Strawberries
Tomatoes and Apples
AND TO
Improve  Your  Lawn
USE P. BURNS & COMPANY'S FERTILIZER
Large Crowd Witness Work of
Y.M.C.A. Physical Department
The Rdison Theatre whs well filled
with nn interested and mi appreciative
audience t<> witness tin' annual exhibition by the physical department ol ihe
Y.M.C.A. These annual exhibition*
have become ;t feature in Hevolstokt*,
nml evoke much interest from n spectacular poinl of view, as well :\s ;ii
fording the public an idea of how ihu
work ai the Y.M.C.A. i- progrusJing.
The programme opened with pyramids
and tumbling by tho juniors who did
their work smartly and well, showing
what training can do to develop
young,muscles. W. Willi in an exhibition of electric club swinging received
a large round of applause. The Kevcl-
stoke- Kami oops baseball game caused
much merriment, uo little skill in a<t-
ing and dumb show being displayed hy
tlie actor and his clown, Mrs. F. Cameron pleased the audience by her sing-
ing, the encore number homer particularly sweet and dainty. A novel feature
of the entertainment was a series of
athletic poses in living statutes, each
being excellently carried out. Some line
performances were given un the horizontal bars which were highly appreciated by the audience,'
Moving picture-, including a laughable film showing the "Marathon
Craze;l brought u first class performance to a close.
The Symphony Orchestra supplied
ex client music throughout,
C. J, Worth, the physical director,
deserves great credit f<.r his work, an.l
besides being a good instructor, appeal's to have the interests and welfare of his pupils, young and old, at
heart.
j The new electric spot light which has
Just been installed by tho theatre
management, was used with crreat success, the colors adding to Lhe general
|atage effect.
VALUABLE WORK.
W. W. Poster, as chairman of the
physical department. matte the ie-
jaentations of the prizes won this year
in the indoor game leagues. Prefacing
tins he made a few brief remarks pointing out that brains are the result of
strong muscles which are produced by
physical culture. Tlie Y.M.C.A. has
done ;l very gretol work in the physical department. Revelstoke youth has
been trained and taught healthy exercise which i- conducive to physical and
mental stamina and this training will
brine about excellent results, The gymnastics and games have been very well
attended during the past year, as evidenced* by tin1 actual number- being recorded, being no less man 3137.
The following prizes were awarded:
Senim Basket Ball League Shield
won by tlie Business men, K. G. Mc-
Kae (Capt.) Mr. McRae said that if
it was not for athletics he would be
called "(Mil man RfcRae.*1
Intel-mediate Basket Hall League
Cup, won by the Beavers, K. Bruce
(( apt.).
Junior     Basket   Ball  League   Shield
won by the "l'uii>", W. M'l.ean,
(Captain. I
TRACffl WORK JtKDALS.
W. McLean,   Gold,
\.   M. ('niter.   Silver.
!■'. Bourne—Bronze.
I he    physical nopartmenl  wUli     to
thank   Mrs,  Cameron  and     all  other
who helped in the entertainment. It  is
hoped also that all those intere led in
the work     of the Y.M.C.A., and who
realise what  a great  rleal nf - I   the
physical department is doing mu boys
will do all thej 'an Lo assi il both
morally and materiallv,
Commissioners Appointed to 5e-
I     leet Suitable Locality
The following  have I n appointed b>
the Provincial Government, Uoj a
Commissioners to tour British Colimv
bia in search of a suitable locality
where lhe University of British Columbin may be erected.
Dr. Weldon, Dalhouslo university. of
Nova Scotia.
Canon Duthie, Luval university of
Quebec.
De. <». IC. Skeltun. profe—or of political aciem e at (Jiieen's university, at
Kingston.
Principal Murray, university of Saskatchewan.
Ilr. I'ritclieii, Sew York, president of
the Carnegie endowment establishment.
It is to be hoped that the commissioners will not be empowered to select tlio actual site of the university,
their powers bein- confined lo the recommendation of a locality which \<
in their opinion a desirable one. It
will then be competent for the government to select the site in the locality
recommended.
On their arrival in British Colum^a
the commissioners will organise and
prepare a working plan: tlie\ will also
select their secretary. 11 is probable
that sittings of the commission will
be held in Vancouver, Victoria, New
Westminster! Nelson, and probably
several other points in  the interior,
The decision of the commission i>
expected as soon as those comprising
it have made R thorough examination
of all the available localities suitable
for the establishment of the seat of
learning.
Japanese Keiace
1..,ii lun, April IU Tha sudden boom
of Jupanese immigration iuto Eng-
into England i- developing a f,-.■ 111:_ ol
racial hostility, particularly In London, which is beginning seriously i..
alarm British public- men, In v i.-u- of
the i t-.ten.-e nl ilie tnglo-.la <-.. .
treaty, which the masses of English-
men regard with bitter disapproval,
but which furnishes Lhe Japanese with
an excuse for demanding treatment as
equals and allies the situation is very
difficult.
The Orientals are coming u> England in connection with thu Anglo-
Bapanese exhibition to !»■ held in London during tlie summer-
THEY Mii II HIT
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Lacrosse and Lawn Tennis
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Slozenger, etc.
Rubber Hose and Lawn
Mowers, Garden Sets, Harden Seetls, Flower Seeds.
In Hardware, Paints.
Stoves, Harness or any of
the numerous lines we carry,
our stock and prices will be
found up-to-date.
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Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000     Reserve, $6,000,000
DRAFTS
ON   FOREIGN   COUNTRIES
Arrangements hove recently been completed under which the  branches
of this Bank
ore able to Issue Drafts on the principal points
In the following countries:
Austria-Hungary
Finland                          Ireland
Russia
Belgium
Formosa                        Italy
Servia
Brazil
France                           lapan
Siam
Bulgaria
Fr'ch Cochin-Chin*   Java
South Africa
Ceyloa
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Sweden
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Switzerland
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REV.-LSTOKE   BRANCH—A.    H.     ALLttV.    MGR.
POLICE COURT
prettj anil  luxurious,  added wreath   •
the   effect ol   the  play.   The  Tl-.t-.it
il , If • ■■ ■        tnfor1    '■     nd the
public will enjoy the visit ol the Bck-
liardts generally.    To night tlie langh-
' • comedy "Brown's in Town    will be
pn 'I:.. I
Fatal Struggle
Police and Truancy
Tin* Vernon School Board bnve requested the police commissioners ol
that city to give their assistance to
enforce the public b< bool attendance
act. The law requires ihe daily attendance throughout the year "i each
child between tin- ayua of 7 and 11.
Truancy is evidently bj uu means an
uncommon thing in Vernon! Prin i-
pal Smith, ol Vernon, pointed oul ilml
the -'hool authorities, with lhc assiw
tance «»f the police, bad succeeded in
redticing this evil to a minimum in
Kevel stoke, antl thought thf samo n
iulU would follow ia his city if the
police were instructed to take the matter up. The commissioners were
afraid that such work would encroach
in., much "u the time ol tbe polii <■,
Imi dei i'!'''! to iii'->' if a ti lal f"i n
ti w months.f
In lievelstoke the i hi- i nl polii o m I*
a- truant oHi.fi iini i i- woll known
throughout the tit) ihu I recently I hew
have boon very few cases ol truancy
which ipeak* well foi lhe lystom ad-
oplcd.
At the poii -I on Saturday before -I. II. Jackson, .1.1'., i'amn Seaki
und Ha--- Uarnu, Japs, were charged
with being drunk and disorderly, and
lined KS and $W6li -..q- or ten days
in _a"!. These Japs are ib'- rem-]
nam- ol the gang  thai   was  killed   in
the Rogers Pass slide, and have    now MiskioX,   R.   C.   April    IB.-In    a
I. i'i  the i .I'.I!. in order to work     at struggle wi li a gang . f  tramps on
Golden, board the C. P. .K. traiu No, :tn7, Pio-
Andy Logan was rhurged with hav- v'nclal Constable Lane received iniur-
ing no visible means ..i support. The lea which caused bis death |usl a? the
provincial constable said iccused was train wat entering tbe ration here,
drunk un the street and quarreling, The tiatnps to tbe number ol eight
ami begging money. When arrested lie or ten hoarded the train near Abbots-
b.- .un.- very violent nnd abusive. The f'id and sonn u'terwaids finbting
''..iut pointed out thnl accused bad broke <'iu amongst tl em. The con-
been up several times for disorderly be- duetor. eeeing aeveial under Hie intlu-
hnvior, and said that the people musl ence of drink, ordered th. ra off the
be protected from such undesirable oa». but the hoboes deflied htm. Othi r
characters. Logan said he had now trainmen came to the conductor's
got work abd wus let oul on suspend- assistance and a atiuggle hii-h.-,! dm-
i -   wile
..I sentence.
Marriage of Kitty
ing   which  wind, wa  nn 1
smashed.
When  Constable   Lane   came   on
hoard two utatb ns south «.f here be
was iiiftniiii-il ul'  tin'  ilisiuibar.ee and
Tin-  'first night" of  the  engagement  Immediately  proceeded  to a treat the
• .lt!;<- Eykharrit Dramatic eonipan       tin   leaderofthi gait/.   Violent resistance
New Kdison Theatre   yesterday p'rovwl«   wh. offered,    the    conetable    being
pleasing ■:    In   everj    wa .   and  i  kicked aeveral times in  .! b. ,
large ■ ' rite'.Ma ri gi   He. however,  nxe.   une  bi- assailant
ofKiUy«w„ thep,       don  il"'   ,l-"1   "'" '-'    1m"   ,""1"'   »"""
,uhi   that the   Eck    when he suddenly fell forward  upon
Monster Grain Cars
Montreal,   Vpril   IU   Preparation-! (ur
tli.' iime \\hen tin- iir.-.n.l Trunk    and
'.i.umI Trunk  Pacific will  n     m
portant factors in the wheal i mdlini
;i i.i.- of ' nnada and nho« n b) ■■ ruler
now being called for by iIm ' -ran I
Trunk fur a numhar of big bnvcara,
particularly adapted for the irain
trafllc. These form pari "f onl i Ioi
freight   equipment   totnlllni   n -
000, , (or win-1,  tendon ure In     be
asked verj shortly,
I li.- grain eai - arc steel i' nmr boxcar? ol the largest size, with . capacity of 100,000 pounds, and are intended fm tin- handling of grain from
lake innl* to ii lewutci.  \    hoi    Irain
A Warning Voice
I.
Iik Kdiiiii,
Sir,   h  i- general!;   i urronl
thai  iln- re i mi   ■•■ eral I'allw a,      men
li i> ml'     old   out   ll
here and rlepni led '■■ -<   b iniloi i|
elsewhere     wit    lo avoid  tli ■  pin pi
LMitinn |*    fi
i.ii..-   li ib.   li -   i..i   ll nol  lima     n
hall      wn
I'lll    i    too
looked,
died      I., mn
ei Ion    , innl Ioi  '
1  ain i'ii*..
Uevelslnk
III SISEfl
\i rii miii,, mi
1 a      enn 1
Mi fntj !'■'
iweol   flovei
lilt
ll
kissi       i
il without
lianlt- an a '' lll| in-   "I tirM class '       '
and  ability.   The  i   me«l)    wns   ;
with ' arefnl ntti ntii n to «\ei -. di I
the Muni of  thi   car, expiring liefme
medical aid could lie summoned.
'I-mi iiii'M.i- a  result   uf the tragic
1 eillg w 11    -tt-taimi!   by i
individual!; ■    Tl i were
■ ni in i i-llif   an i'l bf   [in -
\ Incial gaol.     \ i h trgi "t murdei «ill
~ . U..I i i ■  making arrangements  fi i
lest.
in,,1. ii.!\ lie li.    -i it a . ' it • i ■■     l'i
i-i'.-! i.illv well rarneil oul  and thi '
, in .  io it took up the thread . I
and   were  kepi   in
mirth during the entiri   ; |.
Kckhardt n    i'i ■ • i    tli     showei!
hi    until
111.  and ■• Ill "I till plaj .
dim  follow) d    I litl  ll
Reg  Bi I lie; B. I     H
part ol
tion.   A- Kail
nllillc I'-
Criminal Law Changes
i ii .
M i'.i
charm I ill proposed tl
part with a droll
Ml,.. '
ppenrance, good  looks, and
■   " H
t.l 211 of .1  monstei ears will he aWn      * «J   '       '" " " « B ' I''''"1
to . ,rrj  nmn lorn of wheal eaili, with   Sberwln Willi  Paints Bn   llu I
u minimum of handling,
foi  .all' ul Bourne Bri
qualities ; " to tn.,Ui   her ai
unusual abilltj     Miss I
i- tin  liv.ti'tii .il and   rell
d, Scuilani playi il a fine |
,1   ileportmenl   bell
gowns worn bv tin
and li)i t" date. While Ibl '   "
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MWU Pace 2.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE. B G
WEDNESDAY, A1'Ii 11. 20,  HUH.
look:     look      and      read:
Actual comparison of Eastern Catalogue prices, freight added, with
HOWSON'S     PRICES
Winnipeg price
Kitchen Chairs 50c.
Kitchen Cahinet
Dining Table
Dining Chair.;
Dresser and Stand
Weight   Freight   Total    Howson's Price delivered
Bed
Bed
Dominion Spring
Child's Cot
$6.75
10.55
88c.
8.95
1.25
3.55
5.35
2.40
5.10
101b.
1501b.
1651b.
121b.
1501b.
1601b.
601b.
681b.
601b.
751b.
23c.
$3.53
3.87
28c.
3.52
3.76
1.41
1.59
1.41
1.76
73c.
$10.72
14.42
1.16
12.47
15.01
4.96
6.94
3.81
6.86
Ostermore Mattress 15.00
70c.
$9.60
14.40
1.20
13.00
14.00
5.20
7.20
4.00
7.20
16.50
We make our profit by shipping in car load lots, thereby saving freight rules. Bring
cii'iilntrne giving tlt-i-riiition nf other goods not specified in this list to our store nnd we
will prove our statements,    liememher we deliver goods ami set up free from breakage.
R.   II' >AVSOX   &   CO.    -    REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Railway Horror
Spokane, April 14.—Three dead, a
dozen oi' taore injured ami ii i* feared
seven or eight more bodies nre under
a huge pile of wreckage resulted from
the derailment today of a Northern
I'neiiir train at Hammond creek, just
inside the city limits.
Conservative Convention
"St. Elmo" Coming
Ji.   I..  UORDIvN   rVWIMnlsn i i IN        Henrietta    Spader,   representing Be
FIRMKD.
"Merely   Mary   Ann":  The   Musie   Master", The Lily, and '■('amen Kirby.'.
That   ilie people nf  lievelstoke      are
interested in >f -ui-inir linrh eluss altrae
.-1-1-11    Mvers     theatrical  interests, has
.     .,    ..,   .... , lions wns  innili' ov i.li-m   in  ilie vvav m
""'." "">    lVh"'h   'TV"    :"V       '"'  ''"  I I'1"  ;"   "' »"".'  '"'      th»   I'lmo,      llelast-o's li'-sl  attrae.ior      lo
''" ! .v "'•'•angenienls for the ton-   |llu>   Sl.   ,,,,„,,   Mond(lV|   A|,ril   ,.-„,,.. ,     subscription    lis,
-"rV'',,,V" '   'M*™'" ''-"-'-     »»<* '     "'-  vvill  l„. lv,-,,,  open  fm- ,1,,,.' who w,,-,.
have met here next .June derided yesterday to report to the caucus thai
ii he postpone I from the date original
ly set, it i> not lilu-U thai it uiil be
held thi-; yner,
Mr. Itnrden was enthusiastically endorsed a- leader of the parly at a
prolonged caucus nf Conservative
members, Mr. Ceonre fl. IVil.y. M P.
for Arjieuteuill presiding. Tliere was
no half heartedness nbnitl 'he miittei.
and the resolution \\a- unanimously
passed amid load eheers, •■>t|n-»--—-iti_r
implicit ronlidome in Mr, Uorden's
leadership. li was the mnsi enthusiastic t-aut a-   li.-M   this   parliament.
There seems tn have bee" no real
foundation for any reason for dissension in iln- * onservalive pans as to
ili.' leadership nf Mr. IWden, all see-
lions expressinc rontidenee in Mr. Hor.
tlen as  iln- leader *>    tin' party utid the
\   unanimous desire  lhat   I ntlnlie   to
■vn.ld   thai   position.
>r:i"n"- not  interviewed   t * * sign, and  can      be
Mr.   Helnsco  promises   that   wherever found at    ('.   It.      Macdonald.s     Dvug
Si.  Klmo meets with suIHeieiit  patron- Store.
nize hi'  will  be glad   tn  honk  other   of Subscribers  have  first   choice of seats
hi--     stnndurd      attraction-.      such as and .an    secure     them on Wednesday,
"The fJirl of ihe Golden West",     and April 2l>th.
Fruit Convention
(JKOWKKS   Mil  I    NIK VM1 OOI'S.
Kamloops,      Vpril   ]'■'•   Fruit  growers
and      men      uteri     ed   in   I he   ind 1
inei  in eon* fill i< m al   Kami. >ops  \ -   let
d,,v.
The firsl resolaiion put « t- one ex-
ptvsstnu *\ mp ; ■ \.\ w it ii lhe f imily of
the late Hon \l ' • 1 itlow I'lii- wa*
• urried   will i-remu       ■■'        land*
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The usual discount    will be allowed
on water and  light  accounts  up      lo
." jiYlot'k p.m., Sntiii'iltiv. April 23,
Ity tinier.
BRUCE A. LAWSON,
City Clerk
Itiowtoget
lapurewhrtel
!     loaf    '
'THE object of all expert
bakers and cooks is to
make a pure white loaf
And this object is attained
by the use of
puRiry
FLOUR
Purity is a hard-wheat
flour of decidedly superior
whiteness. It bakes into a
pure white loaf. So, you
see, to get the really beautiful white loaf you must use
PURITY
hard - wheat
flour.
"More Bread
and better
bread."
Western C mada Flour Mills Co., Let
Office. Wtnnii**,  Manitoba
SYNOPSIS    OF    HEOl'NATIONS    G<**
ERNTXO   THE   niSP'iPAl,   OK   DOMINION     LANDS     WITHIN     THE
RAILWAY   BELT   IN   THR   PROVINCE  OF   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
A  LICENSE to cut timber cun  Ue ^c
uuiii'd   only   at   public   competition.     A
rental of $5 p»t square mile  is charged
for all  Umber herths except   those situated west of Vnl«> for wiitr»li thn rental \p
at tne rate of 5 cents per aire o«?r annum.
In addition  to  the  rental,  dues at  the
fullowlng rates are charge*!:—
Sawn lumber, 50 cents per thousand
fept   B.li.
Hallway tlefl. eltcht and nine feet long,
I l-:' and 1 3-4 cents each.
Shingle bolts. 26 cents a cord.
All other products, 5 per  cent on  the
A license Is Issued so soon as a berth
is granted, but In surveyed territory no
timber can be cut on a berth until tbe
llcenMa has made a survey thereof.
lvmilts to cut timber are also granted
at public competition, except In the case
of actual settlers, who require the Urn-
:•• •   for tlit'ir own use.
S.tilers and others may aNn ohtnin
[••■rmlts to cut un *o 1™ ''ordg of wood for
sale   without   competition.
The due*  payable  undpr  a  permit are
tl.fjn ner thouunn*.  feet  B.M..  fnr f*iunr*
timber   and   sawlogs   of   any   wood  es>
■ epi oak; from 1-2 10 1 1-2 MDtl per lineal
for building  logs;  from  12 1-2 *o 2E
4 per cord for wood; 1 cent for f*nc*
!■ its;   's  cents   for   rallwav   ties;   and  M
ants per cord for shingle bolU.
Leases for grazing purposes are Issued
for   a   term   of   twenty-one   yesrs.   at   a
rt-ntal of two cents per acre per annum.
1 ual   lands   may   be   purchased   at   110
icre for soft ma I and |2<» for anthra-
Not   mora  than  X20 acres   may  be
acquired by one individual or company.
lyaity at Hie rate of 1" cents per ton
000 pa 1 ids  la collated  on  the gross
. ut
Kntrlea   f'-r   iand   for   agricultural   pur-
maj   "   made parannalW »t the io-
,,,!   offl 1   for  the dlairlft   tn which
tnd   I"   I*   taken   uo   Ih   situated,   or
.   homeataadar  de-ires    he mav. on
. .iMuti to tha M In later of the interior
tawa   'i■■■ Commlaalnnar of Immigra-
.0   wlnnlpOf   nr tlia looal as-ent  for
D la trie U   within   whin,   tba   land   Is
mthnrlty  for soma one
(01  hi tn,
a   t*s#  of  Jlu  1.-  charged   for   homestead
■
a aattlai  i»ha bu raoalv^o an **ntrv for
meat aad. in raoulrad  i" perform tha
Uona oonnacted Lherawlto under one
uf  ■ he fo Ion li wf pii 1 *
1  months'  realdance upoil
iltlva of tha land  In aftoh year
luring the term of three i'aro.
It  m thi   praotl ■ of 'lie  iK-imrtment to
r»  n   set tier  tn  hrinr  IR  ncrefi  undsr
ration   bui if <••   f*re n* may auh-
ita stocli   and W hasd <»f rattta   to M
.11     his own property, with huiidina*
*.:   balr sccommodaUon, win ba required
■ -.ti -i',  •■ iitlvatlon.
IS   father   for   mother    ir   the   fa-
!■* daoauad)  or anv p*riw>n  who is
to make n homestead entry under
' 'iotiH of  the   act    rsaldaa  upon
.   fswn   In   'li"   vl'-toltv   of   th"   lund   en*
1 for hy such person h" a tinm*»»tesd.
., 1 Irs men Ui nf tha  At  st to re#i-
prlor to obtaining patsni  tniv be
BUCh  p< 'iiiii reiid'tig With lhe
1  r,r mother
if   tha   settle!   haa   h's   p#rma«jsnt
enca   upon   farming  iini  own»d  t»v
■I ■ rlclnii ■■ of hla hom*»ataad, tt ••
in   ltd   of   Hi"   Act   nr   in   rt •ttdert'-e
ha  nn Hurled   >■•.-   rsaldenc*  nnon  **••
\ppt|rai«on for pa ten I should be msde
I 'i nd
nnd of thi •   rr,  the  l'ip"|
or  $\   home .it-nd   ltUm#C-
Rafora 'nfiUnir innlloatlon f■>• " psten*.
ISttte?    mUa<    ^IV»   n\r    mnnt*,**   no*i* •
In    writlftr   'o   the   Cnmrnlsntn-ipr   nt   T>
n   Ij.t-U  st   Ottawa,   of   his   Intention   to do so,
w. w   ooriT.
tvputy Minister of  the Interior.
Tapping's Opera House
ONE    NIllllT   ONLY
Monday, April   25th, 1910
Frederic Belasco Presents
The Dramatio Sensation of tho Season from
Augusta Evans' Book of the same name
Sale of Beats Opens for Subscribers nt Macdonald's Drug Store
on Wednesday, April 2()t,h.   Regular Sale next duy.
Prices:   $1.50, - lij - 50c.
Note:   A Full House for ST ELMO secures all the
Belasco Attractions for Revelstoke in Future
Scotch  Whisky
A Genuine Highland Whisky.
There are hundreds of brands of so-called
"Scotch Whisky.
Many of these are not genuine.
For your health's sake, confine your choice
to standard brands; use a whisky of recognized
merit.
Watson s Whisky is one of these; distilled
in the Highlands of Scotland—the district
acknowledged to he the hest in the world for
whisky distilling.
We age our Whisky in Sherry wood, and,
after careful blending, it is bottled in our warehouse and sealed with an adhesive capsule
bearing our name.
Every such bottle carries with it our unqualified guarantee of purity and quality.
Insist     on
Watson's
THREE STAR" —A .,..1,1. lU.onuMy ,„.ii.,.J Saturn.
"NO. 10"— A lull-l...JirJ. nckly ll.v„i*J Scotch.
JAMES WATSON & CO., Limited  -  Dundee.
Spring Overcoats
Eight artistic creations—from
the stately "Governor Paddock",
50 inches long—to the smart
little "Topper", only 36 inches
long.
In design—in pattern—in finish
—in every essential of fine workmanship — these Fit-Reform
xjvjvv       spring Overcoats
FIT-w  ^ave no eclua's
REFORMS in Canada at
$$  any price.
14
mm
McKlNNON & SUTHERLAND
Revelstoke,   D. C-
Advertise in The MAIL-HERALD tl
VKDNKSDAY,  Al'lfll. -Jo.  1910.
TuB MAIL-HERALD BEVELS fOKE, B c.
Page 8
WATER NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that nn application will be made under l'art V. of
the "Water Act, 1900," to obtain a
license in the Revelstoke Division ol
West Kootenay District.
(n.) The name, address nntl occupation of tho applicant, .Iamb S. Wiens,
Nakusp, B. ('., fruit grower and vegetable gardener.
(b.) The name of tho lake, stream,
or source (if unnamed, tho description
is) Little stream, unnamed, running
tint tif small lake J of mile east of said
and.
(o.) The point ol diversion, 20 rods
west of east end of lot 2, sub-division
oi lot 4274 Group 111.
(d.) The quantity ol wnter applied
for (in cubic feet per second) one cubit* loot  per second.
(e,) The character of the proposed
works: Taken witi seed rvagBs irom
tream  to garden.
(I.) The premises on which the wator is to be used. Lot 2, Subdivision
of Lot -1'JTl Croup (1) Kootenay.
(g.) The purposes for which the wu
ter is to be used,—irrigating vegetable
pardon.
(h.) If for irrigation, describe tho
land intended to be Irrigated, giving
acreage,—1 acre on west end of Lot '2
sub-division of Lot 4274 of Croup (ll
(k) This notice wns posted on the
11th day of March, 1910, nnd an application will be made to the Commissioner on the 14th day of April, A.
I)..   1910.
(1) Cive the names and addresses
of any riparian proprietors or licensees who or whose lands are likely to
be affected by the proposed works,
either above or below the outlet,—
Ruisnall Bros., Robert La Rue, Nakusp
B. C below outlet.
Dated March 16th., 1910.
(Signed) m.16.
JACOB L. WIENS,
Nakusp, B. C.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS-
In the Goods of Thomas Beecher
Metheiall, deceased.
Notice ie hereby given that all persons having claitiiH sgain»t the late
Thomas Beecher Metberall. nf Ping
ston Creek, deceased, who died on or
about the 4'b day of September, 1909
are required to send by post prepaid
or delivered to the undersigned, solicitors for the Administrator, their
names, addresses and the full particulars of their claims in writing, and the
nature of securities, if any, held by
them.
And take notice that after June let,
1910 tbe Administrator will proceed
to distribute the assets of tbe deceased
amnnget tbe persons entitled thereto,
having regard only to the claims of
which he shall then have notice.
Dated at Revelstoke, B. C.this 13th
April, A. D . 1910.
GILLAN & ELLIOTT,
Revelstoke B. C.
4ws Solicitors for Administrator
Eggs?9r lictittin
Eggs  for hatching from  the follow -
ing imported pure bred stocn:
S. C. Rhode Island Reds.-«2.00.
Silver Laced Wyandottes,—$2.00
Barred Plymouth Rocks,—82.00
S, C. Buff Leghorns,-*2.00
Cornish Indian Game,—$2.00
White  Crested Black Polish,-$2.00
Kmden Geese.—83.00.
Imperial Pekin Ducks.—$1."5.
Also stock from the above for sale.
MRS. R. A.    UPPER.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that the
partnership heretofore existing between tbe undersigned under the firm
name and style of Tbe Paget Supply
Co., has this day been dissolved by
mutual consent and the business in
future will be carried on under tbe
same name by E, W. B. Paget.
All accounts owing by the flrin will
be paid by. and all accounts owing to
the liiin will be collected by E. Wi B,
I'.i get.
Dated at Rm-elstoke,   B.C., this 6th
day »f April. 1910. 4t
' (Signed)     B. W. B. PAGET,
JOHN WILSON.
Announcement
j. P, Sutherland, having purchased thi
Repress Business o( E. \V. It. Paget
begs to advise the public that fur tin
present he Is using Mr. Paget's ollice and
phone nutnher and that orders sent In
there will have prompt attention.
!•;. \V. It. Paget thanks the public for
theia oatrouage during the time he has
heeti running tl"' Bxpress Business, am!
asks lor his successor, J. !'■ Sutherland
a continuance ol the favors hithertoac
corded to him.
TO  INVESTORS
11 you want a rntro Invtutmont, and one
llmt will stand lho i:lo«o«t Irupootlon.write
The Ovcr-Land Financiers LimitcJ,
VANCOUVER.   B   C.       USB I
See Its "Artistic Arch"
The
Napoleon
(Foot-rite)
Shoe
Of all the 20 improvements of the clever-looking
Napoleon Shoe the feature which best pleases the
eye of the buyer is the Artistic Arch. Special lasts
are made for every pair ot Napoleons—foot-sculptured
lasts—and inside there is a stout steel arch which
snugly holds the instep.
That free, athletic stride which marks
the man of action is not possible when the
arch support of the shoe fails in its function.
Showing the Napoleon Shoe is a
pleasure—whether you come to see or
to buy.
Sold everywhere  in Canada, the
United States  and Great Britain  at the
-$5. $5.50 and $6.
same price
For Sale Only at This Store
MeKinnon and Sutherland
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
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MISS JOSEPHINE DEFFERY, the brilliant actress of the Eckhai-dt
Company, which conies to the Edison Theatre for five nights and a
Saturdty Matinee, commencing Tuesday night, April 19th.
PAGE WHITE FENCES
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Fences and 73,000 Page Gates now In use ln Canada. Our 1910 Fences are better ihtn erer. Get
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TALES FROM THE WONDERFUL WEST
There Was an Old Dame
of Calgary,
Who Was Crabbed and Cross
and Contrary,
Till She Used
Royal Crown Soap:
"Sure It's Fit for the Pope!"
Said This Happy Old Dame
of Calgary:
and
Golden West Washing Powder
Cleanses—Purifies—Beautifies.
Save Coupons for Premiums
Anil Write for Premium Catalogue.
DESIGN   PROTECTED   BY  COPYRIGHT
UNION HOTEL
ARROWHEAD, B. C.
Special Attention given to coinuien ial
men and tourists. Kirst-dus« sample
rooms. Pineal si-i-uery in British Colombia, overlooking t'pper Arrow Lake.
W. J. Lightbume. Prop.
To Trappers
Raw Purs Bought
Cash Prices Paid
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Purs.
r
FOR SALE
A good   Horse suitable for
Saddle. Harness. Packing or
any class of work.   Apply to
J. CARLSON. First St.
Palace Restaurant
McKenzie   Avenue
Fruit, CandieH, Qigart ,Tobacco.
Meals 35 cent?.
A. H. Sing, Proprietor
FOB BALE—Horae,Saddle, Harness,:
MINKlts   WANTED  For      famob
Clutter and Cart.-Applj   nt   Mail- |Cntk, Wg Ii.-n.i. Apply K. A     Brad-
Herald Office. 'V-
REVELSTOKE OPERA   HOUSE
FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1910
ii
AT LAST THE BIG MUSICAL SENSATION
TUB ORIGINAL WIIITNKY PRODI CTION
A KNIGHT FOR A GAY
By Robert B. Smith and Raymond Hubbell
One Solid Veai lu Chicago.   Blx Monthi In Sew York
Comedy tbal is ■olntilaUng and music thai la melodloua
H
Sec tie Electrical Sce-Saw; The Falling Star Ballet; The Candle-Light
Girls; The Corsican Girls; The College Girls; and the Famdus
AMERICAN BEAUTY CHORUS
The sho« o( it Tbouaand Startling surprises
The Roar Thai Won't Subside Marvellous Electrical Inventions
Sunt,' Hits and Chorines (lalote.
Prices :    $1.50 and $1.00
Sale Opens Wednesday, April 20th, Macdonald's Drug Store
Tlie Juvenile Bostonians
This company of talented young girls
who opened their engagement at the
Umpire Theatre last evening fulfilled all
the prom ses made by advance notice
mid won the approval of ever) member
of iluir audience, says the Kdmonton
Bulletin;-
The «irK are pretty well trained in
their stage   work,  and.  alwve all,  they
Two Famoi's It \ i.Mi.i. Bostonians
certainly can sing. The opening chorus
and final of first ait are both excellent
musical numbers and rendered in a manner that would give satisfaction from
any company much older and aided by
male voices. Miss Hattie Hellen as Fern
llorton, with an excellenl voice, a graceful manner and mil of dramatic power
certainly has a future. Miss Edith Mc-
Clare as Heindree won every heart with
her Swiss Voodle *t>nc and careful acting
of her rule. Lois Mason a~ Petite Mad-
lyn ('.ant is a winning little lady in every
way and displays a pleasing personality
charming to all. Madlyn Ryan and
Vivian Amber may also be mentioned as
h iving "arrived."
Little Kthel Stoddard, the Tot of the
company, is Loth clever and amusing,
.iml never lost her people's attention for
a moment, while Babe Mason, the youthful s ar and comedience, must be seen to
be appreciated. She still possesses her
old tricks o| comedy and provokes a
smile that eveiy time broadens to a
lK-.irty jaugh. The character oi Buta
stents" particularly .-tiiteil to her -tyle of
comedy. In fact the whole show -.-. a
rare and wholesome treat. The Juveniles
will be at the Edison theatre ne- J
Monday and Tuesda\.
Fire in Store
Shortly before tl o'clock yesterday
morning Rninke whs -een ironing from
the building occupied hyj, Bull's at ore
on McKenz e Avenue. An ahum was
turned In to No. - Fire Hall which was
promptly responded toby the brigade1
The outbreak inclined in tbe basemen, apparently from some ashes
f-tun the furnace, and by the time the
brigade arrived the dames bad got a
good bold of the wood work. Two lim s
of hose were run out and with a strong
water pressure the flames were Boon
got under. The prompt response by
the brigade prevented what might
have been a large and disastrous blaze,
for should a lire get a good hold anywhere in thai si,!.- of the avenue, it is
more than prolmhle that the entire
street of luisin.-ss houses would le
wined out. tin this occasion however,
tin-liu-\> as caught in time and but
little real damage is done.
Police Court
Mrs. M. DeMtnoni waa charged with
bet nn ttrunk nnd disorder!] on the
»■ i ets. Defendant wasordere to | i.*
the costs and was bound ovei to keep
the peace.
I,. Lemay, drunk and disorder li waa
Hu< t] -> ttnd - ■ ■      ■ ten daj i
A  R ; her  T.   Krycliinskki, J, < iovim,
T.  \ olswk.  all   drunk -   derly,
■ ich fined J . Dbts *>r 7
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Certificate of Improvements
NOTICE.
Wl situate in lhe
Trout  Lake  Mining   Division   "I  West
Kootenai I'm-   ■
Where  local i'oplai
ileal Poplar 'I own  tt
TAKI-. M i   ICE that 1    'i B  lit  I ml,
I ret    Mitt e No,   r.      • -
intend, si\t\ il,..   ;■.. ■„ date lar. of, to
appl; ti. tin M rder lor a Cer-
i	
of obtaining b t rowii Orant oi the aliovc
Vnd lurtlit r takt   ■   •   ■ that   iction,
' con menced
I Cerl
n t s
bated I April, A. I).,
Ij 1,
A. K.  HHYLAND.
"^«P» Page 4.
THE MA1L-MERALD, REVELSTOKE, B C
W15DN13Sl)AY| AI'llll. 20, 1910.
Zbe flDaiUlfoetalb
PUBLISHED WEDNESDAY AND
SATUIUUY   AT
REVELSTOKE. B.   C.
■Jntertor flMibiisblng Company,
Limited
Subscription   Rates
Including poMtatfc hi (■■..■■lund, United States
uiul Ui In,
Hy I lie yeur I through uodloitluu]   *flcto
Half        " " -      l.oO
(Jimrtur " " "    l.iH)
J'Jit    lUNTINu uruuipuj   .fi iiii-ii tu reason1
i abio ratos,
TKKMS—Cash.    Sulwnpti    m payable in ad
vanne,
ADVERTISING KATKS.
Legal imin-i- iuoontu por line mm limertton,
fi oonu* pur line onon imbxequcnt Invortlou
MoAHiirtiinenl t Xoiiparlul lultno* make oue
Inch]. Store antl Kent ral uumIiumh announcement* $i.n\  per Inch  per month.
l'lrlrfi, il    pOMUon-.     25     por     UUIlti      «d-
dltli *iil.   Mirth-,.   Mivri'tiKfOd   und   Death*.
fiOo.  uaoh  iu-t'i'i imi.
Land uoUuoh 97..V1 All advortt^omentd
kuUIooI in 1 hf approval nt ihr managomenu
Wuiiii'il mnl Coudutwed Advortlnoinenu:
Akoiiu Waniud, Help Wanted, Bituatlona
wanted, sn it u tion h Vacant, Teaohors
Waiii.'il, Mechanics Wftiitod. m words or
lose -•'*■.. uaoh additional lino l" cents.
ChaiiKtw in standing sdvertlKoments must
bu in by !' u. m. lututday and Friday of
etoh weak to •wouru g 1 dUplay.
CORRESPONDENCE Invited on matters of
public Intorortt, Con un miioattonH to Editor must, bn accompanied by name uf
writer, not necessarily fo publication, but
UK avldenoA of nood faith, t/orrenprni douce
hhouhl Ih* hrlof.
NOW IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY
LOTS FOR SALE IN
Ciearview Addition
At prices one quarter of those asked
in other parts of Revelstoke
It is one of the most desirable locations in tho city
for Residences and has a superb outlook, fresh air, no
wind or Imi air.
Liberal Discount if Purchase Maile During April
CALL AND SEE US FOR PRICES
REVELSTOKE GENERAL AGENCIES, Ltd.
INSURANCE        1   ili,,.„i,-,„.,l.     ..,11,1 although lho bylaw
aaana^—marmi^aa**'    hll\'o   passed   Iiy   substantial   llliijulit ic
REAL  ESTATE,   LIFE,   FIRE  AND  ACCIDENT  II
shave nt iln' supply, 'litis, would pay
th.- iin Ion per cent on tho coat ol
ilu' undertaking, uiul u* tho interest
would only he S per cent and lhe sink
inlt liinil about tiiintlii'i- '2 per cent, the
city would make money on tin- transaction, whil,- al the same time 1111 iiln-
plo wilier supply would, from nil
a. '-tiiliil-, bo proviclod lor sonic years
to conic. Tins is not only H praotio -
ul  scheme,  lun  one financially  tavor -
alile lo tllC cilj if tile w jUt'l' is there
.'is slali-'l liiul i'llll lie lll'iilleln in at
I In.  expense  psl llllilteil.
I'ho fit> streets also intently re.
>|inre tl lent ion. ami provision should
lie made for ihis work as soon us pos-
Kible, leu in * lew ol Ilie (ail tllllt llir
colllic I   I-   plei|'e.ed   to  ceonouiy   il   is   un
IiIm-U ihis Important civic Improve
inenl   will   lie undertaken  this yonr,
Tl llx  ol   ihe   situation   now     ap -
pears  10     contro on tho added school
pendilui'O,     w ith     which the cily i
HARVEY, McCAKTEH
ANU HINKHAM,
BAKRiarKRS, SOLICITORS, KTC.
OrriCRS :   ImI'khiai. Havk Ul-ildinq kkvkl-
BTOKK, B, C.
Money to loan.
lull.-,■■■: tievelHtoke, B 0.   t'raobrook, B, P,
Hid. S. Met 'au-i'ku
a.. M. PlNKHAM* J. A. Hahvky,
Kevolstoko. Craulirtiiik
TTT1LLIAM I, bKlliUS
Barrister
Solicitor, etc.
Solicitor for:—
Thh Canadian Bank ok Commerce,
Tub Molsons Bank, Etc.
FIRST ST.,   -   RUVELSTOKE, B.C.
■pOBKRX SMITH
Provincial Land Surveyor,
Mining Smveyor
taiUtfineerluK
McKenzie Avenue,
Box KM, Revelstoke
_____.^_______^_^___^_______^___-_________^__^_-^_—   the  m hool litiartl and  city council,   nre
responsible to the taxpayers that     no
of   the  e'.lv.    Ill   not him;   has   this  Inim   lum   us   regards   the cily   liniimes    antl .        '.   .,  .
• . ,.   , undue   iiiitineiiil   burden   shall   lie   int'lll-
iii, ,iv  aDUaieilt       than     in   the  way      lu   one   on        Which       ROI nllthleimieiil ,.,.., I- in
11 rt'tl,   unit   tlml   llie-e   hmlies   -hall    over
whirl,  he handled  the application   lor would De appreciated     ns -  as lho  h^.^ 1)e[ore ,i,t.,,,  ,|„. jui. ,,,- ,|„.    ,ivs
liiiuor  licenses  ill   ihe   Itali.tn   quarter,  Citv      Finance Committee Know where   .'...    .,., .        ,       . , ,
.   lull.    Ihis    already  is excessive,    and,
with   ihis extra  school   las  on   lop  of
ii, threatens to     becomo outrageously
n   ihe   Itali.tn   quarter. !City      Finance Committee Know where
they  are at. It is generally   understood
the amount  provided  i.n   ihe  improvements   lo   the hvdlii-eleelile  plain    will   ',.',"'      ,'   ..  !',' ".'      ," '        " .'"
.   •    .                                            men,   nnd   liable   to   soriollsly   dcprri'l -
cionl  im   tlio  purpi
ml
D
Al.lo.N ,V  EVELEIGH,
architects
VANCOrVBK AND REVELSTOKKi  H, C.
All ciitiiiiitiiiical ions uildr -ssej in Pn»t
ollice, Revelstoke, will have prompt
attention.
c. w. o  w
Mountain View Camp, No. 229
BjMoct*  Booond and  Fourth  Wednesdan In
each ninnth. in  Selkirk  Hall.   Vlsttlo   Wooil-
men cordially Invited m attend.
W. E. (HiidHNi. Con. Cora.
JAS. MolNTYRK, Clerk.
Kootonay Lodgo, No. 15, A F. & A. M.
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J. T. POLLOi'K. Uastke,
CHAS. J. AMAN. Sei uki ibi
SELKIRK LODGE 12, I. O.O. F.
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_   Visiting brethren are
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Cold Range todKe, K of P.
No. 26,  Revelstoke, B. C.
MKET? ^','hfi\   WEDNK-
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Zbc flfeatMbcrn^
Where   the   oilier   Inellll'elM   of   llle   lieell-
>ine  commissipn faih-il was  that  they
showed  a  "mn  of leek  bone in      nm
1 turning    down  the applications    alio-   ,,
.',,..                                                   mi               1 u'1   the value       of     property   and   ;n
eetlier.     in-ieai   ol  111.1 -!\   adiouiiiuiu   ihai   ilie   ratepayers     will  have  to In -.,.,■,■  ,                         ,
.               ,             1    .      1 ,                  , .|""'  ""' otherwise lutcht. prospects ol
them, leaving the applicants to under-   asked to authorize debentures    for    11 ,      .
-land those applications might  yet be  further amount  o. complete  the work. '	
(framed. '    The  hydro-eleclric  plant   i-    one    of
If there i-   thing more than ano-   the greatest assets and  revenue     pro- j                   LtPQC   illCTBaSE
tli.-i-      ihai   the citizens  of   Revelsloke  ducers     of    the    city, ainl  lhe money
will 11,,1 stund for, it i- the issue of must be found to pill 11 is lirst .lass Winnipeg, Sprit Id The population
liquor licenses in the Italian quarter, shape. Any increase ol the civiu debt "' ll"' "•'•' will 1"' increased lo thii  it  well known that  the sale of   li-  along     this line will be     no    burden extent  ..I HUWO people b.v immigrants
quor anion-  foreigners all  through tho   on  the general  hinds of  il ily,    In- 'hat are due here this week ami of this
Uritish   Empire  is  productive  of crime  cause     the income from   the plain     is number     at  least     I.WO arrived in  the
and lawlessness, and any  catering     to   ample  to  take care of  the adtled     in-   city before  m today.     Six il miii I
ii    would     make il ast    end of Jhe   terest and sinking fund, and furnish   a "( the newcomers  will  be from   l-'.iti..-
eity dangerous     and    until   to live ill.   large     revenue besides 10 the cit>     bj and about   Itltltl from the I nitod States
Personal  guarantees of good    conduct   way   of  profit. 1
e.i  for nothing in such  a  cose.  Police      With   regard  to  the  next   point   utis- ]                  llll'pnilp    flpinlliflfl
work would  -imply In- Increased.   More   ,,|   in   our  corres| dent's   letter,      we UUIUIIHG    111 lllllllllj
poli.e     would  In-  required.   The  lives   believe it  i- true that  the debenture- Cannd'nn  u»w«pn|)ers  arc  publishing
an.l liinli.    of citizens   in the vicinity  holders     have refused to release     the n report  from  London,  Kng., concern-
would be endangered. Hell and bedlam  city from  its original  undertaking   lo i„L, „    statement     made 1>\  Dr. P. G.
would almost ccrminl)  prevail.               sewer the whole city,    and    that    the \la-ken-th. in  the current  number     ol
Another    thing  thai   should  U ri-  Provincial  Government     have  intimat- i|le  r.aneet,     thnt   10 per rent,  of the
ously     considered i- lhat   the location ed  the city must  obtain  il oiisenl of London  -eh.ml  children  under  ihe age
of  these  proposed  licenses   i-  at      the   the debenture- holder-  In-fore  ihey enn   ,,( ,.^,1,, Jrink alcohol mor - less ,-e-
.ai.-unv of the t'.l'.U. shops. The    l\  uvail     thenjsclves    oi lhc     municipal gUlnr|v.     Mnckereth    says he got  his
p.   I,',  have agreed  to  help   Revelstoke  amendment   act    passed  la-i     session, figures      irom  several    of  tho   London
out   nnd     are     keeping   thai   promise,  providing  for the abandonment  ulcer- i-ouulv   council   infant   - hool-.   "There
Thev   have proihised to do  uli  the me-   tain   undertakings,  exchange! ol deben- appears  no doubt." ho says, "lhat     a
elmiiictd    work uf the mountain     and   lures,   and   adjustments   of   rate-,     IVe similar slate ol  thine.- ,.\i-i-  in averj
Shu-wap llhi-1011 hen-. Thej   have pro    don'l        what   the  debenture-holder* pari   ol Christian   Kuroiie excepting in
ii.i :., in least! the -'.ill ol lhe shops   are  goijjg   to gain  bj   their course    of the countrios of  lho larthest  north,  li
to  several   I Ired  men    One of     the  obstruction, but if the)   persist    in    it would be  interesting  lo learn  whether
worst   insults  the citj     ould   give    the   they    will    place the cilj   between  the   ,|,,.  figures  I    obtained     from  -I Is
■•   (     I'   I!   would be lo   devil    and    the deep  sea. The  deben ■ chosen  haphazard  are true of  the rest
■ ...      i. ilities    for liquoi   dives     al   lures  already authorised will  not  look   ,,[ , oiinli'v.
I -.  If siu-l                          irrai      it   completing     lhe  sewernire of     the |n ,,,„• school ol some three hundred
the I        1     is oriifiiiulli  plm    md the eon- infant-.      I  found    that     II.S per ccnl
p.  H                                                                          ol ratepayers     will   li piiretl drank    alrohnl   daily:     34.1   per rent.
1 n   Further     loan fm-  ihai   pur|  drank  occasionally, ami  .M  |»r     cent.
Our      impression is  that   tin- citizens , u,.,,, rnembei's of  iln-  I'.,,. I ,,i  Hope."
tins, tl,,  m.i   want    the 	
wesl  ends of .1,,- system com 1/ifnr ono •   a   H   Pari'lia
j       will   turn   down   al    iln ITULICllC      □    U    UJIICUU
lin                                    I .nlu"    In ii.   le.   'a«    I'm    this .
'   miw.i.   \iii-iI   I'.i    I In- avoidance   ol
I-,   ivhat   |...-ll|oll   will   the     .'ll\- ,.         ,,,,,-.,                    ,.
t   n  inu  In   I old  Kit. hener on  hi- way
nil                                   I   thi          ,          ,           ,,           ,-     1      1 ■    11   1
rt. ei  Australia to Kngland 1- likely  to
"      "    can- if ferment  here.   Mr.     .1. '   A.
'ie of Simeoe  has  plm e.l  a formal
ReveNtoke  q)I(.<ri „  t'ho „n|,,,. ,,.,,„,,. IlHking   if
"'"     "',' ' ' ihe government is aware that the lam-
" on- liehl marshal avoided Canada and
■ 1   mifler-
ih.. All-lie.I route, the important
"   which,    from    an  imperial  strategical
"        -,  dp..nn     ,1   should  have been      his
"  '•''.'  ""'  dm    I., examine.
Mr. 1 urrie wants to know     if   there
any ollicial reason why Lord Kit-
'     ' er should have passed Canada by,
her he «a-  invited, ami anj  cor
onden •• the governmenl has on tin
I..-.I to he tabled.
l-epl>   of      iln-  premier   ,.1   Si,
.    Honlen  to  th piostions is
-.-ii   ... .ih  interest.
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THE    MOLSONS    BANK
INCORPORATED 1865
Capital Paid Up       -       $3,500,000
Rest Fund - -    $3,500,000
Has 65 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in all the Principal Cities of the World.
A OENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS     BANK   DEPARTMENT
At all Brunches     Interest allowed at highest current rate.
REVELSTOKE, 8. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager.
West Kootenay Steam Laundry
Revelstoke,  B. C.
Send your Blankets and have them
Properly and Promptly Cleaned.
SHIRTS AND  COLLARS  A  SPECIALTY
Satisfaction guananteed in nil lines
73.      Office Corner 2nd. St., and Mackenzie Ave.
WHIT BRANDON, with the KCKHARDT COMPANY
at the KDISON THEATRE this week
Synopsis of Canadian Homestead Regulations
ANY avttilabta Dominion Lands within the
Ruilwwy H»»tt in British ColumbiR, may
hu ti'Mii" i.'inii'.l by .my per-on who is Ihe »ole
head of a family, or any tnalo ovor 18 years of
ana, to the extern of ono-umtrter section of 160
acres more or less.
Kniry most be mnde imrsonnlly at the locui
laud office for the district in which the laud i»
situate: Entry by proxy may, however, ba
made on certain roudlUoofl oy the father,
snther, sou. daughter, brother or sihter of au
intending homesteader.
Tho tionierfieader is re«)uir«i to perform the
cm.Im.hi connected therewith under one of
the followiuK plans :
(1) At least six mouths' residence upon and
cultivHliou of tli*- laud iu each year for three
j ears.
(2) If the father (or mother, if the father is
deceased) of lhe homesiftHdor resides upon a
farm iu tlie vicinity of the lain! eutcrod f■ ■ r, t h**
requirements us to residence may be satmflad
ith   tin   "
mother.
by     'U'I.  person  reildlDf  wil
ho father  or
< '■» If the settler baibia [Hirmanent residence
upon farmintr l»nd owned by him in the vicinity of his liomestoad. the n*piiremeuU as to
rcsideuco nay be satisfied  by  resideuce upon
t Ioi   -iil-l laid.
Hix -i"-'. 11, notice in writing should be Ktven
to thn Commissioner of DotntnloD Lnnds at
Ottawa of inloutioy to apjily for patent.
OoaIm Coal n lolog rlfffiU maj •>» leased for
a period of twenty-ouo years at au annual
rnntal of 11 jKir acre. Not morn than 2,MX)
hit« liiill bo l.-H-nd to one individual or
company. A royalty at tlie rate of live conts j
per ton shall bo collectod ou the merchantable r
.•'itil mined.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy of thn Minister or the Interior.    I
N ll,    Cnauttioritnd publiiHtiou  of   this ad J
vertlsomout will not ho oeld fur.
CEMENT BLOCKS
Manufactured for all ciause* of   buildingi
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE CLAY AND FIRE BRICKS
for'*lie in larun or   mo 11 <inantitieal
I at the lowest prices for CHsh.
All kindft.of buildiuff aud;plastcrlnft
undertaken.
Foote & Pradolini,
REVELSTOKE
E.    G.    BURRIDGE
Tinsmithing, Repairs,   Hot Air
Pipe and  Furnace Work
-WORK   SHOP-
Connaught Ave.   •   Revelstoke
i-   III    MA  i,-.
Tin    t  ' 'nnil ;'li tin
Union Hotel
RESTAURANT
1'ndi^r New Management
WHITE HELP ONLY
Stewart Macdonald
Proprietor
Lally'ii   Millii-nity  mnl   Kerwin   Lain   f      Rtit-kn  ot  l.nwi'ti't;   llnidwaio
Company,
H. B. STONEX
Practical..
Machinist
Repalra of all kintl« neatly t-arrittil oa
Bicycle mnl Oun work aipeclalty
Kt't im Hies (ifvi-n on any class
of work,
Front    Street.
Wanted Known
K(fBR, fir tiny old chirks from wliita
l.i'l.'liornn, lirown I.CBlifirns; also
Ifhode Inlnnd Hcdn nnd White CroBt
Hlack Polilh; also a fow dozen Leghorn Pullets,  at rcnsonnlilo prices.
Eggs per Betting-, $2 nnd up.
•I.  A. M0IK1AN,
P.O. Box 227, Revelstoke, B.C.-8 WKDNKSIIAV,  .WRIT, 20,   HMO.
TLIE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Vt.it •
If our methods tutit you
tell others, If they don't
suit you tell us. Any criticism of our mode of
doing business will lie
appreciated,
Working Shifts
(or Men
We are handling tho celebrated H. B. K. working shirt for
men. It is the biggest shirt
on the market and fully justifies its name of "The Big
Shirt." Heavy Khaki duck,
breast pocket, felled seams,
perfectly finished, at
$1.50 each
Medium weight duck, stripes
a shirt for the man who wants
a hard wearing article at $1.25
Medium weight brown twill,
unshrinkable.f uli sized at $\ .50
The celebrated "Husky"
shirt, absolutely guaranteed
that }wo will wear o.ie year,
made in khaki noxal cloth,
two breast pocket*, and full
sized.    Price $5.50 per pair.
and
you will
travel in style and
comfort. Ever notice
how many traveling men wear
Regal Shoei > Because they've
found that Regais look best, fit
easiest and last longest. That
is why
REGAL
SHOES
Mt   lhe   be»l    fnotWrar
ior you.    So, dtop into
our   itote  ior  a  pair
to Jay.
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.   Come yourself,
11 uvt- our city traveller
cull at your home for
orders,
dow Drapery
fresh and welcome and as
pretty as the May llowers; for
Kitchen, Hath or Den Windows, \A mixed lot in different
widths and a multitude of
colorings. Some worth as high
as 25o., all at
15c.
Tie Instructor
Shoe
The Shoe that fits the child's
foot and gives it a chance to
grow naturally without deforming it. Lasy fitting and
hard wearing. We have them
in all sizes from 5 to 21, at
prices from
$1.75 to $3
Moire Ribbon
51-2 intH
Moire or watered ribbon, 5\
inches wide. The best seller
in stock for hair bows, sashes,
hat trimmings, a nice heavy
stiff quality. The bow will
hold its shape, all the wanted
colors. Remember 5; inches
wide.   Special at per yard
35c.
Tailored Waists
New Tailored Waists for
Ladies in thi' new patterns in
Vesting*, Poplin fords and
l-'ronting Linen, pretty detachable laundry collars. The
smartest and dressiest we have
yet shown. Some have the
new milled front.
$1.50 to $4.50
New Lingerie
Waists
One of the daintiest and
most attractive groups of new
lingerie waists we have yet
shewn, a showing that no
woman who cares would like
to miss. Kmhroidered Batiste,
line Tucked Lawn, some of
them showing a great deal of
lace trimming
$2 50 to $6.50
(orset (over fm
broidery
as dainty as a kitten's ear, a
full 17-inch corset cover embroidery, line, white (.'ambries
new from St. fiall, Switzerland,
at per yard
50c.
Exquisitely dainty corset
cover embroidery, special patterns, is inches wide on fine
Mulls, Cambrics, and Barred
Muslins at
75c,90c, $1
Rajah Silks
Any person familiar with
Silks knows the prevailing demand for ltajahs. They are a
decidedly novel silk and are
wear resisting. Our color assortment is complete—Champagne, Copenhagen, Saxe Blue,
Wisteria, t'atawba. Browns,
Navys, and the rest of them.
ThiB lot is a special °.T-inch
silk at
60c.
Pure Irish Linen
We are aware of the many
crimes committed under the
name of " al! linen." We have
thiB Rort too but sell it on its
merltB. We can also give you
Pure Linens. " We know
them" aud can point oui to
you whether they are "Pure
Linen'' or not. .lust now we
have a shipment] of "Pure
Iri-h 1 Inen " direct from liich-
ardion's, Belfast, Ireland. You
can buy a very heavy pure
snowv white. T'J-inch   Damask
at
$1-25
(hi (ups lind Saucers
See our elegant display in this department. China cupa
and Saucers in white and gold at $2 and $2.50 per dozen,
White, blue and gold at 13.50 per dozen for after dinner Coffee
Cups; and Sfll.Tfi per dozen for Tea Cups; Hltte pattern at $:t;
Pink and White at ff'J.oO; Iled and White at 12.50, and two
lines of Fancy Cups at $2.75 and $3 per dozen.
Toilet Soaps
Just opened up a large assortment of Toilet Soaps in
Oatmeal, Castile, Carnation, Verona Violets, Vestal Violets,
White Rose, Silk Skin, Beauty Rose. Luxa-Rosa, Romanza,
and a variety of other lines. No excuse for being dirty.
Ranging in price from
25c. to $1 per box
When you buy pulverized Coffee you secure the results of
the latest process of modern machinery. You save money
and have better coffee. We guarantee our stock of Coffee6
fresh and new.    Pulverized or granulated.
f
See the line of baskets we are Bhowing now. The best
and strongest wicker baskets on the market. Large lauudry
baskets with covers, clothes baskets, butcher baskets, market
baskets, lunch baskets in lour different sizes.    Get our prices.
Cress, Parsley,  Kips Tomatoes, Rhubarb, Lettuce, Celery,
and Onions arriving three times a week.    Alwav- fc--h m I new.
Oranges,  Lemons,  Bananas and  Grape   Fruit  always on
hand.    Give ub a trial order.
Tho Klevator is the most perfect type of passenger elevator
made. We spared no expense to
get the best and most reliable. All
tho safety devices so far produced
you will timi on it. The most
approved automatic safety brake.
C. B. Hume Sr Co
DEPARTMENT  STORE
Revelstoke,   --   B. C.
You may lind a mistake in
our accounting, let ua know if yon
do. We have installed the finest
ollice system possible and are doing
our utmost to keep apaoe with tbe
times. You can help us if you let
us know of any mi-take that might
occur.
' • l'a-c fi.
THE MAIL-HERALD REVELSTOKE, B- C-
WEDNESDAY ,    U'lill.  20,   I'.HO.
EDISON THEATRi
TO-NIGHT
CKHARDT GO.
Im it'.diti;: the brilliant young actress
Miss   Josephine   Deffry
In  lliu Si'iei ni'ngly Funny Comedy
"Brown's in Town
»
Is*.
OLIVER    J     ECKHARDT
PRICES: 25c. for Children.      General Admission, 50c.
Reserved Seats, 75c.
IM \\ 01   SI  VTS   \ I   M VCDONA1.DS OKI i. AM' BOOK STORE
nl'l MM.   II    l-'Oll   N.\\*ll   \'\ lON'f
:,„i\   ,uin|ii'ti'   willi   llu-   nii'iibanli        ol
tl ast.        In fact, working it  ."it
il lii. 111 >   we ' ould   L'u  llllll « .iv    in
Winnipeg, a- we would !»' gelling us
ilii.iip imi..- here a- the} Would in lhu
, it}   .!•' Winnipeg,   li   i-  Irue  thnl  from
il nsl   in   N'elson  there  would  be   n
stance   i"  bring      the
Itevelstoke     inn}
1 [V M     | ii • I  I .
Ai   Hi.'   liourd ■
Spokane and  n '    al'   ll«l>
tn,.j il pcn'in    of ili'' I olianliiii
I iivign.ii.n   I i   the   pn-enl   head    ■       •'■
.,1  null,,.,!,.,,   ."   lh-   H.-.P1   .'i   Ibilish    f»«ht   l«H      on*     woulh  be a dn-oe
,,-  ,,       .,,..,,,.   ,,„,.  ii,, |,   mule and     freight      would be landed
< iiluiilbia.   It   tl Iiiiiii'  goe«   111 _" i     i -I
i I,,,,,,,, | Ihi-v prnelienll} ill our doorstep, and while
W nnipeg lia- n shorter distance, nt
ih..    same     lime     ii    has i" lund its
:'    I i.i   e    .in-       ut    ,    .   ,      , ,. .......
,   freight   from   Fori   Will,am.
VIm.i,  ..ii   I liduv   lasl,  on  motion   ol
W.   It.   barn-,  seconded   b>   •'■  "■   I'a'-
nnude, a ' .'uniiii  wa*  nppointed   In
luke up the ipiestion of ivndertnc the
Col bin  river niivimihlc nnd to mm-
nuinii nte  willi  the  Spokane  an I other
hoards nl  trade on  the subin i
 " into competition     with   the cities     ol
Mr. I'arris. in intrnilueini   lii    tesolu ff{nni|ieg and     Vancouver and be     u
lion  drew   attention   to   ihe  low    cosl .^ llistI.ibntjng  ,,0i„t."
'"   n',l<"    l ll,,i '  ':"!"1"", Mr,   Karris   was  of  lhe opiui al
willi   rnilwii}   Irciirhl   rules.  Willi      the
Coluinbin  mude  u.-iv ii.'<dili   i
Ml,,.,-.,    mid    we-lern      Suskatehewan
,.„uld  be   shipi  il   "'."i   da-   route      lo
Liverpool .it  ii  rule dei idedlv   less than
via   \ in . n ivel       i nl   vvill,   ihr c ple-
il i  i lie  I'llll unu .  nnil ill   a  rate oi
"I cents lowei   ihun  . lie rate eastward
... . . slli eessflll   .unililrtliin
via St.  John, und   la   enis lower ill u
llle siiminer   roi istw mil   i iu    Kurt
William.   1 Ids woiil I  an mi inuni
train   trallie,  emplnyinii   ihoiisunds    ol
iailw.iv   men.
Whal   lie  thought   ivullj     - m-   us   has      ,,im   ascertained   thai  several
most   i-   ihe   uniilier  cosl   nf  irnnspor-    iIhuimukI  dollars   more  than   the eon ■
liitiuii  foi   incoming   freight        \i Unci price has  m be furnished  0}   the
present   li  w ti.-n   the  rate foi   freiirhl    lav payers  nf llu     it}   lo  complete  the
(,■,,„,    Mnini'i ,i   .,,  \ ii    uivet   ,    >'i nn
per   HI"  pounds.      llu      l'i mi   Mm ireal       |,     ;    .         ,, ,
lo   Nelson   il,"   i Hi   b   SI V        I""     ,|Vi ;,,   .,„,!„„ j,;,., by    the
pounds.      I'l.i-  i-   uni|  ■     ■■ ,.„,.,. |,,,,„|     hohlers  thai   the    system
'<>  'I"'  I." I   Ihnl      Moi in ,'  met   li ml      |m„   ,„  |„,    |-,nishe<l   ., •     then
• tin ship •    _.,..-.-    ii-ounil   lv   Poll11     ,,_.    t,.
Vmei ii     to Vaiieouvei • hai       .,   .
,11
¥1.   per   Inn   pnunils   and
have m,.   ,,,    ,.[, .■ il. ...
i inin.'..     with  i
Thi-      me ins il
Vai ivel
... i
goods    into   : he   Koolel
distance
nl I in miles, and the extra cost in
huulinii bv mil would make up for the
difference in the additional length of
the water route, idv iiiL" us practically
the samo rate in N'elson a- in Winnipeg,  thus  N'elson  would be able  to ur"
the estimate     of    Prof.  I.yninti of *"-.-
i ii il i.i ii M i .,.  ii„      , osl. ni making      the
i'.iiuii,hi.i      river   navia.'ible.  vv a-       loo
low,   Ue believed  it     would be greatl}
lu  ev ess     nl   lhal       Bl Illt,   but    that
even s'i". .'".n would  ho n mere Item
if th.-     work eould  be bruughl   to     a
The Civic Finances
si,      I-   it   ti ue   '.lini   lhe • it}   i .am. il
A Knight for a Day
The Boston Globe is. net careless in
aoeording praise to theatrical produc
tioiis. A recent issue,commenting on
the t-eiisntioiiiilly successful run at the
Tremont of "A Knight fnr a Day", remarked:
NOTICK.
Notice ia herein glvon lhal lho part-
ership heretofore existing between (he
undersigned under the linn iimue und
style "The Maundrell Meat Warkot"
and dating from the 18th duy of February ll'H'.l bus this duv- been dissolved by mutual consent and the business
In tho future will be carried on by
lievelstol.e   Menl   Mni'lvet,  l.iinitedl
«UI accounts owing to the firm  nre
to be paid by the said company nnd
nil accounts owing to the said linn
vvill bu collcclcd .by  the said company.
Dated ui  lievelsioke, Uriiisli Columbia Ibis 28th day ol  Maivh.   HMD.
Witness—
C.  I', (111.I,AN'.
(Sgd.)   II.   I!.   MAl'Mlltl'l.I..
(Sgd.)  ('HAS.  F. "I.1NDMAKK.
Wanted Known
Eggs, or day old  chicks  from    white
Leghorns*     brown     Leghorns;     also
Rhode taland  Reds and White     Crest
BlaCK   Polish;  also      n few  dozen  Log-
horn Pullets, n( reasonable prices.
Eggs per sel tinr;. t'2 nnd up,
,1. A. MORGAN,
P.O. Box 227, Rovolstoke, B.C.-8
Shingle Mill for Sale
A   small   Shingle  Mill For  Salo.   En-
gin.i. boiler,     .Jointer,  Perkins Shingle
lbe   laughter   chnrHctenstic of sn',     i        ■•        i   i, n ..   ■•..
hand  machine      bolters etc.    Capacity
35,000 per day.     Apply to
audience under the spell of "A Nnlght
for h Day" was a natural feature of
list evening's audie ice at the lie
mont, The gaiety is now in its third
mm th locally. So far, interest in the
engagement shows no signs of lagging.
Certainly last night's audience laughed, app'atided and encored as heartily
us lias sny crowd since the frolic csnie
to town. Tilly Day liadd't struck the
state before the mirth loosed nnd tbe
merriment didn't abate until the linal
curtain hud rung down on tbe bogus
knight's funny burlesque waltz with
the falling Btar ballet ett'pct. Tbe bolts
of lsugbter which certain of the comic j t.r,"
scenes release, struck the audience'
hard lust evening; its persillage
and its buffoonery, and its songs
and its pageantry, diverted and interested a typical city audience. The
piny is now in its glory and as provocative of mirth and general entertainment as ever."
Now it bus started "on the road,"
and the piece will be seen here at the
Opera House, Friday, April 22.
Tho LBE LUMBER CO.,
Wigwam, B. C.
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Splendid resiliences.
Suitable Building Lots
Those interested will do  well   to call
and see us before deciding to buy.
Vou can obtain fair  rates   lor l-'ire Insurance in reliable companies  with   Dominion Charters.
Call and net figures,
Monev to  Loan  on   Residential  Prop-
W. B. ROBERTSON
Cor. Second St.and Mackenzie Avenue
FDR WELL
DRESSED MEN
THE PALACE " is the Shoe for well dressed
men and women, The brains and skill of Canada's besl
workmen have helped to make it so.
By years of careful experimenting by crucial tests
which eliminated every weakness whether of material or
workmanship, we have pretty nearly worked perfection
into the shoe.
And back of all this are the lai'ResI and best equipped
factories in Canada guaranteeing Ames-Holden workmanship Ames-Holden quality Ames-Holden service
every time.
Your Dealer Handles These Shoes
ASK HIM!
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 Horse and Cattle Foods and Medicines.
The Paget Supply Co'y-
E. W. B.  PAGET
J. WILSON
SALE OF 1THNITI/UK.-1 nm dis- '
"miil- "f my household furniture at my
nine by private sale. Everything is in
rsl clas-: 'Oiulition and enn be scon
al aav tune. Come early ns everything
mst en.     C. E. ANDERSON, -Milk- '
arn.  lit street.
Notice to Creditors, j
Vegetable and Flower
SEEDS
Ornamental  and Flowering
SHE/TJBS
Best varieties of
iFIR/UTT  TREES
Send for Catalogue
ROVXLNURSERIES & FLORAL CO., LTD.
7S6 Granville St.   Y. O. Ilnx 1063
Vancouver, It. C.
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CEMENT BLOCKS
All persons bavins claims against tbe
estate ol Samuel 1511am Needham or
igainsl the   estate   oi   oi   Emma   Bury!
.in. lmtli deceased,   are requested i , , , .   ....
particulars oi tbe  claim duly verb !     Maonfaotor.d for all uassM ot buildings
Bed with  the administrator nf tbe said LruruT mn    I IMC   COD  Oil C
listnbution »-iii be made of tbe CEMENT AND LIME run oALE
estates ^ard   being   had   tothef|ffi ^   f|RE    g^
Revelstoke, II. C, 1Mb April 1910,
,,,,...       ,.,,,,,.,..,. torluls Id large nr small qnantitteij
I a i Hit la wast pries tor cash.
411 klnds.ol bonding andlplaiterlng
undartaliaD.
Foote & Pradolini,
REVELSTOKE
E.   G.   BURRIDGE
Corporation Of the City  Tinsmithlng, Repairs,   Hot  Air
Of Revelstoke. Pipe and  Furnace Work
WORK   8HOP-
Connaugrht Ave.   -   Revelstoke
	
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Practical..
Machinist
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Estimates gfvi'ii on any claim
of work.
Front     Street.
SIGNS
Ul'kind Res onabli i'i Ices
Painting and
Paper Hanging ]
Siii il ii lion I'.n ii inteed
lv'. '/..  CKAWFORD
1 or, Third St. nnd Robs on Avenue
Central Hotel
^Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged and|Iin]uoved.     Firm-Class in every respect.     All modern conveniences.
Large Sample Kooms.
Rates, $2.00 per day       Special,Weekly1Rate&
Revelstoke, B.C.
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably   furnished   with  the choicest the
market affords.      Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
0".   ALBEET     STOHSTIE]      PEOP.
Doyle and Allum, Ltd,
are disposing of their entire Stock at a
small advance on cost. It will pay you to
investigate their prices on Diamonds.
Jewelry, Cut  Glass,  Silverware,   Watches
Doyle and Allum, Limited
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from country of origin.
WHOLESALE     DEALERS     ONLY.
BEVELSTOKB    3=1.  O.
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THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
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EDISON
THEATRE
TWO    NIGHTS
Monday-Tuesday, April 25-26
THE   FAMOUS
Juvenile Bostonians
20 Clever Girl Artists
Including the Dainty Little Queen of Comedy
"BABE   MASON"
Monday, April 25, "Berta's Billion"
TUBS., April26, The Operetta "ElOPj"
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Secure Your Seats Early at MacDonald's Drug Store
Reserved Seats $1.00   General Admission 75c.   Children 50e.
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Corporation of the City
of Revelstoke
PROCLAMATION
A vHcnncy Inn iut: incurred on the Hoard of
Sebool Trustees, public notice is hereby niveo
to the electors of the Municipality of lievelstoke. thnt I re'iaire the presence of the said
electors at the City Clerk's Otlice. City Hall.
UcKetzie Avenue in the said city, ou the l!Oth.
day of April, IMn, at 12 o'clock noou, for the
purpose of electing a School Trustee.
The mode of nomination Of candidates shall
he as follows:
The candidates shall he nominated iu writ-
inn: the writing shull be suhscrihod by two
rotarso! the municipality as proposer nnd
seconder, and shall be delivered to the Returning OHicnr at any tine between the date of t hi-
notice aud 2 p.m. of the day of the nomination;
ami in the eveut of n poll beinff necessary such
poM|will be opened on Saturday, the :::inl dny
nf April. Win. in tho City Clerk's otlice. in
the City of KoveUtoke, aud kept opeu between
the hour of uiuo o'clock in the forenoon and
the hour of seven o'clock in the afternoon, for
takinti and recording the votes of the electors
of the Mid City, of which evnry person £« hereby required to take notice aud govern himself
(icordingly.
The penOM ijualilied to he nominated for
and elected a- School Trustees shall he snch
person- U an householders and beiug Uritish
iUbjMtl of tho full age of t wimty-oiii yoars and
otherwise nualitled to vnto at an election of
School Trustees.
Kvery candidate nominated -d ill signify by
a writing accompanying the Domination paper
tiis OODMOt to -uch nomination, oxeept iu caso
-uch panon ba abaaol from the muuiripiility
when -uch anaOCa lhal] bo -. til toil Iu the uonil-
nation paper.
(iivou mi-1•*i my hand at Itevelstoke this I'llll
lay of April, 1910.
CHAS. J. AMAN,
2t wad, snt. Heturniug Ollicer.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
For Sale or Rent
Eighty acre ranche, nbout
five miles south of the
City, about 1") acres under
cultivation. One team of
horses, mower, boiler, rake,
plow, Bleigh and wagon
and other farm Implements. Terms can be furnished on  application  to
D    I 0771 DOWNIE STREET
.   LUZ.Z.I,    ' Revelstoke,B.C.
Tenders for School Building at
Revelstoke.
Sealed Tenders, superscribed "Tender for School Huililin.' Itevelstoke',
will be received by the undersigned
up to and Including the Ninth day of
May, 11110, for the erection and completion o( an eight room brick and
concrete school-building (exclusive of
heating and ventilating) in the c'itv
of Revelstoke, B. C.
Sealed Tenders, superscribed "Tender for Heating and Ventilating School
Building" will also Ik- received by the
undersigned up to and including 6aid
date for the heating and ventilating
of said school building.
Separate tenders are requested for
the above works.
Plans, specifications, contract, and
froms of tenders may be seen on and
after the 16th day of April 11)10 at the
offices of the secretary of the School
Board at Vancouver, B, C the secretary of the School Board at Kamloops,
B. C., the secretary of the School Board
at Calgary, Aha. and at the office of
the Architect, William King, at Revelstoke, B. C.
Kach proposal must be be accompanied by un accepted bank cheque or
certificate of deposit on a chartered
bank of Canada made payable to the
Board of Bohool Trustees, Revelstoke,
for a sum equivalent to live per cent,
of the amount of ihe tender, which
shall be forfeited if the party tendering decline to enter inti ntract when
culled upon to do so. The cheques or
certificates of deposit of un-niecci-st'iil
tenderers will lie returned to them
upon tbe execution of the contract,
Tenders will not be considered unless made out on the forms supplied,
signed by the actual signature of tie-
tenderer.
The lowest or any tender nut necessarily accepted.
Dated this 12th dav of April, 1M10, at
Revelstoke, B.C.
T. W. BHADSIIAW,
Secretary, Board of School Trustees,
ap 12-iny 11 Revelstoke. B. 0.
Every housewife who uses flour must be
interested  in  ROBIN  HOOD "the flour that
is different."
You hear it makes a bigger loaf, that the loaf is
sweeter-flavored, more nutritious, more easily
assimilated than bread made with oiher flours.
We can tell you whj; ROBIN HOOD Flour
makes that kind of a loaf, but what ought to interest you more than "why it does" is that "it does."
You can prove what we say as true at no risk of
loss to yourself.
It is largely a matter of making up your mind to
use "Robin Hood."
The Saskatchewan Flour Mills
Co., Ltd. ,
Moose Jaw   -   -   Sask.
P. S.—Ask your grocer about our guarantee, and when you use
Kobin Hood add more water than usual.
DOT VANCOUVER REAL ESTATE
We     offer full    quarter acres  Imperial
'ark,  beautiful    location,  ea=y   terms.
Write  for  particulars.  Western  Broker-
go Co.. 7-jn Pender St., West,   Van
couver,   B,  C, a. 13-0.
BICYCLE AGENTS WANTED,-
whero we are not now represented.
New Bicycles for $2.1, and up.
THOMAS 1'I.IMl.l'V.
1110 Government St.,
Victoria, n.  C.
The Finest Flavoured Tea
" SALADA" is hill-grown tea —grown on plantations high up on the hills in the Island of Ceylon.
The leaf is small and tender with a rich, full flavour.
■"■il always   oi  unvarying good quality.    Will you be content   with   common   tea   when   you   can  get "SALADA"?
»— Black, Mixed and Natural Orecu, 40c, 50c, COc and 70c per lb. —
cirv pa, roil
I   Tho follow eg  was the paj   li
■■■I  ni   il ling  nf  the citj
on   Pl'ldll)   nitllit:
Molsons   Dank 8
II,   Loffmalk 	
Hullo)   Warm ,V   Ileal Co.    .
Lawrence  Hardware  <'n.   ...
St.  John's  Church	
Walter    Hows	
I'" .111 IM        III"-
C.   I;    Mneil hi  	
1 im re    Mai 'Iw nro <'"	
li.     How	
Moi .mi    Hunk
II'     elloau
li.  Vi.  Hell
Interim   Publishing  Co.
I.   11    Haiti
l(.   Smith       	
City  Treasurer
Lawroneo    llnnlwaro t ".
Mrs, Turnross,
I. Vi.   fi.   Yagel
Dr.   Mel.ean....
l.aW 1*0111 0   llulllw are  I '".
Hank   of  Commoreo	
C. U.  Munloimhl	
Bourne Bros	
Henclrj  &  i'n	
('.  IS.  Muni" & Co	
Iloid .v Voting	
II. Manning	
S.   Nei'ilhain	
II.   Manning	
Molsons  Hank	
I'. Burns \ Co	
,C.    I>.    It.    Telegraph	
District   Ue-riHlriir	
C. K. Miieilonahl	
II.   M.   I'arry	
It.   flow-son \   Co	
G.  Vi.  Boll	
A.   Ildhson	
Bonnie Bros	
C.   A.   I.i.ly	
lotal  s -j
« \ I'ICII   VXD I IfillT DKP
City   Treasurer
A.  Antuso	
G. Firin	
A.     I'ai-la	
Can.   Fairbanks Co	
Can.  tion.   I'l." .
C.  P.  Ity. Co.
Vi. Burden	
C.  Malcolm	
11.  P.  Cumming   	
11.   P,  Cumming	
S, Olivits	
E.   Maffrhse	
N. W.  Electric Co	
Rev,  Gen,    Vgencies	
Can.  Fairbanks Co	
Interior Pub. C	
I'. Jenkins 	
I'. Parks	
Total	
DEBENTURE T
Win.   Xew-tnan..  s|
I..  Paidovnn 	
Pay     List	
C.  P.   It.  Co	
C.  P.   If.  Telegrnph	
City Treasurer	
C. P.   H   ......
H.   P,  Cummiug	
W.  Hamilton   !'o.
Ii.  Smith	
" Providence Incorporated'
on
(World'i Work for   Vpril.J
Providenic   lucorporaleil"    i-       the
new  in. I.n.ii i i nnadn's  u"mi   i.or-
.1 inn. ii
road.  A   Danish unmigrnnt  agent     *»f
the road invented  the phrase and     it
''-'■'" ought   to, stick,   lh.- occasion  was   tho
I-'-'"1" inauguration     of .,     new  method     ni
"•"'- bringing  farmers   Into   the   Xorthweat,
"'■"'" and ih thod    itself is  ...  ■ : I,,.,!
-•'•"" lhal   ii  deserves  some free  udvei Using.
"■s-1      lh" road owns  much  land   Ii  needs
'"'" man)   lltous u  I-  of  fm mei«,   h   w-anta
-.(10 ihe besl  men.   h   is  i, . |   with
•   ::-1"' the man     who     1 ii 'I    ni   I ili-  Island
'''""" with ȣ\ ii       hi-   poi kei    I'   B	
'-'''""" lhe verj  besl  i ! isa of fanner!  in U- n
'■'" mark,  N'orv n    ,.„l  Sweden,     and  lbs
'•"" mid-coutineni il    , . ,      h-   agents, who
-'"' '" swarm even where, fo u .1  nun I, trouble
1 '■"" in  persund ...   - .ii-ii,-.1    ., i prosperous
,; •"'" farmers  nn   n, || tilled   farms   u>    leavo
s""" '  farms      ,„,l i«Le     ,., ,,„.     i,, k
:;" I lain .  with      ■!,..  i, irdshlp*    of      tha
I-."'11 pioneer's  life More  ihem    I hat      pro-
:;:' :'" hi.-in    was     pul    bef   the I an ,.li m
-""■"" Pacili,   olli ial      I'lie-    .el   tp  work    to
ltl.110 solve it,
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. ...  t.'.i.u ,  pioneering Is  jn,nj     ,,ut.
'"••J1 of fashion.   Instead  of selling  raw land
.   „ to  raw   settlers,      the  i .   road      itself
','"'' ',nH -""" i'i'"  the p wing business.
L'~" ll   -'■li-  lhe  land, builds   the hon I
'"•"M il"- ham.  breaks  the  Holds, plants  the
-""" ih"  Hist    crop,  puts  nil   the   -.- . n
-}™  I- under ,-ove,     on the     farm   and
-'-d' han.I- ovei   the form  rend)   made.  Tha
I'"" '"'»  »e«ler comes  Irom n linisl  tn,tn
1 '•-•' in a linishetl farm
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I-   a   polii V.    Vs
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J'wo vein's
uniii:  now   ii
the i ream of the industrial farmers ol
Central Enrols and of our ..un middle
Wesl is driftinij into I in ida b\ train-
loads.
Vtjniii,    whil r    ,.« n  i iovernment
went   slow-lj   .,;   the task of  re laiming
arid   lands   in   the  Wenl,   this   railroad
went  mi"     the in-igation business  it-
"elf.  li  could id  afford  to wan     for
Governmenl  methods  oi   foi   the waste-
•'■""   ini   selection-   of  private  eapitnl.   Five
■*     years  ogo      the   financial     papers  an-
-•'     noiinri'ii   thai   the  railroad   was   .'.linij
'•''"   to reclaim  some million-  ,,i acres      ,,f
-] _:l   land in ih,. Bow   River C'ountrj .   Vita.
'■''''  Xow  a     million    acres    are watered,
*•'   sold I., farmers   settled,   l'i,.. railrosd'e
-''""  'I'1  h-diggers  are  ving onto  the see
-7"11  ond million.
X 'Iin.'ii\     farmei   is  wanted -in
these new w ,,--. I he railroad's (i.'-'iiH
are instru. '",1 to call for and demand
the l-i-^i irrigation farmers on earth
to iiii these fields. A scientific fanning
expert is travelling through sole, ted
"'',', alV;'- "f Knropj lecturinj on irriga-
tion farming in Vlberta Hi- lectorea
draw the verj besl of the farming • \
Perts  of     the  old  hardworking  -v,,rlj
ind the promises  that  he makes   ire
backed b.v  a  gu irnnty  thai   never  ' is
failed,   the  word   of   ,   ra   ro id
UIM.IlB does not li,..
'"''      In   the  fai-e  of   . . h  efforts,  din    i 1
.-'.,.,   '"   ''"' "'"-'  brains  in  the pioneering
'■'-   business, free from evcrj   sort of     -m
••   vernmenl   trammel,  liberal  ls-\,,nd  tho
••'" experienre of the  past,  i-   it   an)   wonder thnl more than S0.I I , |„.   best
"  farmers in  the I nit-!  - ... year
wenl   into  wi    en       Can ida,  . arrj ing
I.Hal    91
DEBENTURE K
Pay     Lisl	
E. W.  B. >'•",•, 	
Pay   Lisl	
II.   f.ougheed tl
II.  P. Cumming	
Van. Portland Cement Co. .
Gillet    &   McDonald	
C.   P.   Hy.  Co.
Victoria   Match   Depol	
I "ial       .  t
ios.2;
'""  with  them  probably m   than 8100,-
~J  ' • ttlers  -I,   tbe  new
farms  that   nre sold  ready-made   n.s-,1
ncaiK   s-j.ik ach  i" start  with        I
21.00 the figure is put  high to be sure     nf
I3.2S getting the bi   ■
"'' ' Wh Mm ichiner)    lave  Ihe  railroads of
'  '      'I''"  inlr; ■■   «.;i, methods
,...'.   like tl ! \\h,.i. tha Grand Trunk  Pa
"™"'J ''''■  "I"'"- »P. '•■ "'ill undoubtedly foi-
ISn'os '"u   ''"     '  ""thoda.  It   takes     no
'"" '"cl"'    '!"■-    i'i im i('l.-.   ii,.'   nm •          ;
~^      " lhe  in..-I   .               ig/icultural   i         .
'"'■'•'■''' mi the hi •"•■   ol    hi  world.
Johnatbon   Joy and 'l'illie Day in
" A Knight For a Day "
Cameras ami  Camera mpo'-us
r.i'u-. Drug Store
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THE MAIL-HERALD REVELSTOKE, B- G
WEDNESDAY,  AI'llll. 20,  nun.
New Spring Goods
Ginghams
Dn-ss   Gingham—very best makes
stripes,   checks and   plain grounds.
Regular 15c. anil 18c. linos. Now only
I-V. per yard.
Bleached Cotton
:>ii inches wide.   Special  prices LOc,
Victoria Lawns
Only a  few  pieces   left   at   LOc.   per
yard.
Curtain Muslins
Curtains and Madrasscs. See us before
buying. Special nice lines. Prices—
15c. per yard up.
Boots and Shoes
Our slock extra large this season. We
are showing all the new styles. Prices
to suit any buyer.
Millinery
New and  fashionable lines coming to
band daily by express.
REID <& YOUNG
Shade 11*008 are being planted round ■
lho boulovut'dfl of ilw oily giiol, (j
Tho t'.l'.U, monthly pay ohoques
woro doluyed in reaching RovelRtolfo,
ihis month, Imi were distributed yon-
torday.
Tho executive of lho Brotherhood of
Locomotive     ftngineorH    uiil ask    tfcc
Canadian governmenl  Lo puRg tt bylaw
limiting it day's     work lo 11 hours.-
Cranbrook Herald.
i Tho inili!i.' art' requested, when bop-
inu' n lire to ring in from the nearest
lire uiu nn box; uh running up lo fire
hall nnl yelling lire onuses confusion,
mnl does nol give ilie dromon anj
eh a nee to respond quickly, especially
i  night,
| Th.- public has boon directed by the
police i" hnvo their back promises
cleanotl tip bofore Maj Otli, li i- hop.
ud thai tho eity will do their share
also ami that they will cloan up lho
Mteeel • and put tho roads in n coudi
lion in for nsoj which i- far from being ih«' - aso al presenl,
Stylish Costumes
BORN
UOHN   i rowr, ai    Itevelstoke,   Vpril
117.  I,, Mi    nml  Mrs.   V. tt    Crowe,     it
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Hi]   I ilil   saw  mill lias stsrteil up
[oi llic si'iismt.
\ |;,,_.,. L'nlil iiiiugel has ii'Mi' i.'iiinl
in ii,,' i raw nl a sluut li red |iu let at
fl'opl.tr.
Hook coin --.ii- . iii l\ Im tlie .luven-
lil,- Itostim ans, ni the Kilismi Tin atr,»,
•>,„  \l la;   iiitrlit.
Keep the dale in mind Mn} -' md •'■
for the children's Caiitalii "Dream pf
Jll,,'   I'luwers"  ni   ih.    1.. 11 - ■ • ■.   I'hentre.
The     treat  nl     the  tea it '-omi<
|ojh rn nl   :l ■■   Kdisnn "n   Mondn} nfcht.
fTwentj   ilevei   girls,  (litarai   red firsl
>l.-,~.
It  ;.  <tnled  lhal  I'   H taken
jsj, nptinii "ii ih" Bought' I. ""■ rnni li
ai Mi ula, ili" i'i ii e hcii c iboul 81.
jrjoti.iu ii
]'.\   i,  im k  slide  I F     ie,   I ues-
Un}      tin     -i. ii ■   of ii '   I1 II   freight
I, ,,.. tt tig nt .■! tin iif'i • '  Roberts killed.
See  ' B ii"   M ,;
nf  cnnifd} III ''"'
lldisoi   I
h i - III IJ I'll - I' -
The Cai of On
opeui
..I the I'oi I
Tli.    Stew >■'
miii' -
■
Jn|i _
I
W, fiii
f
1
PURITY   FLOUR
To those who have not yet piven Purity Flour a trial we
would surest you doing so if you wish to procure the best
as we absolutely guarantee every sack. Your money refunded if not just what we represent it to be.
TEA AM)  COFFEE
We have a full stock of the leading lines in Teas and
Coffees and can offer you the best values on the market,
ranging in price from $1 per lb. to 3 lbs. for tfl as a special.
A. HOBSON. BAKER & GROCER
Your Insurance
Is  one of   the   most   important  items
in your business
LET Kootenay Agencies, Ltd*
Look after this branch of your business
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, LTD.
Successors to Kincaid & Anderson
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
•Mrs. Allum will tint receive on Friday,
Vpril 22nd.
■ I. (lonld returned i" Vancouver on
Sunday.
Mrs. .1. Ii. (Jre-Miian will nut receive
ou Friday, April 22ml.
Vi, Vi. l-'oster is spending a few days
;it  Dili ks, iii'iir Kamloops.
Mr. O. Sowers and T. Byrne, nf
Calgary, are visiting Air: and Mrs. A.
II. Allen.
DiiiiMin Ferguson, "i Itevelstoke, and
Miss (iertriide Sullivan "1 Notch Hill,
wero married lust week, the ceremony
taking place at the residence "i lhe
bridew uncle at   Notch  Ilill.
C. U. Ilulluimiri'. manager nf lho
Dunk of Commerce iu Kamloops, hus
been  appointed  to take charge   "I the
branch al  I'ort Arthur. Mr. Nulla o
has lir.'ii  ii     visitor to   lievelstoke "ii
several occasions,
Mr. and Mrs. i;. Lembke, from IV
trolia, Hut., wero visitors to ili" city
yesterday. Mr. l.embke wus for some
years eity electrician here. He is now
on his way io Vancouver, where ho
intends to op,'ii up in business. Mi.
l.i'inlik" remarked on the progress of
the city and tho 81rides Lhat werobc-
ing mud" iu permanent  improvements.
Only
School Trustees
"lie nomination for the vacan
tin-  Bchoo]  liourd  caused   by  llu
esignation oi  II.  Manning, wus
fl    I OilII
iid the nominations are
now closed,
I The nomination wus for N. Abraham
son. proposed by ('. Hoi ten and seconded by    C, Caley, und the election
of Mr. Abrahamson goes lt\ acclamation. Mrf Abrahamson is a residenl of
IVnrd :i. The personell of ili" trustees
now is: It, Howson, E, l-Mwards, P.
\.inni_r. li. Tapping und \. Abraham-
son.
\    M   Pinkham has been elected Sec-
rer "f the Golden   Board
ide.
i -    in '"inii tee or     to     Mr. i 'ronj n, secre
Moi "ii   Bank.
■
\ -i»' iiiii'ii ol a Ivnx ■
,     , .,, -.,     store,  uiul for  their  very prompt    ami
. "ii the lull side
:i im itel.
Northern  railroad      has
■   ■  . ,  the protecting the
the fountains,
ied      iii    of concrete,
II you are looking for the latest in Spring
Costumes you cannot afford to miss seeing our showing. Tlu-y come from tbe
leading Canadian manufacturer, and you
will find Hum u little better made, ti little
better fitting, a little better lined and a
little more like tint ones shown in the late
Fashion magaxin.es than nny others.
Princess Dress
This is one <■( the leading at) les foi
Spring, iimi you will find us up-to-date
in these as in .ill our lines of read\ -to-weai ■
The) eonie in Voile, Panama, Venetians,
etc , nud make a very pretty dress .it h
very reasonable price.
New Dress Goods
Should you want a dress made, we have a beautiful line "1 New
Dress Goods iii alll the leading Spring shades and materials, a,nd our
Dressmaking Department can turn you oul a stylish dress or suit ai
short notice. All our dress lengths come iu one of a pattern, so you
can have exclusive sttlcs.
Stylish Dress Skirts
Vou will require a nice Separate Skirt  t" wear with Shirt Waists
and we have a splendid assortment to choose Irom, and we Bre quoting
special prices.     You can save money by buvillg from us.
Spring and Summer Coats
Von will find our Ready-to-Wear Department very complete.     We
have a splendid showing in Spring and Summer Coats*and in Rain
Coats in both Silk and divert Cloth. We have them in all colors an.l
all sixes, and some ver} l"w prices,
mz&
■emum.
FOR
GOOD        GOODS.
'I        "f        J
n.
' ,P R
r-on-
which
II
i •."
a
.
the
thi
CARD OF THANKS.
I desire i" express my thanks to No.
'2  l-'ire  Brigade for their  valuable services     during  the    recent    lire in  inv
ent work in saving the building.
.1. BULL,
Coming Events
Spring Tonics
$1.00 a  Bottle
Bews' Drug Store
Vpril I'.i, 20, 2i, 22, _*:*.   Tli.- Eckhnrdl
lh" ii ii'al Compuny of Chicago al
the New Edison Theatre.
Vpril 'J-'   "A  Knigkl  for a Day" al
I ippings Opera House.
V| -il  26-26   The  Juvonilo  Bostoninns,
at tli" New  Edison Theatre.
\\  il  -•"•   "St,     Elmo,"  ui  Tapping's
Opera House,
1    il  28-29   "Shaun     Aroon"     under
I', pi ■•- "i     the l.'i'iii.iu Catholic
Church,  Vew   Kdinon Thoatro,
' :    -'.  Peters Cl h  I'm.'Mam
men!  and i 'antnta,  N"ew      I di on
iii"
'•'      JI    I'll.- Swiss  Bell   Ringoi     The
i      I ukhardl        \.«   Rdlson
itre
■ h Prims li". n ,.
Mi li ii M' I ... iil.m and Con-
Bit Edition Theatre
i imou    r-omi dlan,
i md  in     i i'   Co.,
in Si ■•   I  i  on Tl
Business locals
,     ■      |unt in a    '     B
ii'    Two    naitre   11   nl  once
:   ,
'   qu illt}   fmil ,-
p. 'i   he  ,   "''   .   ■,'    Mi
'• irobi '  .    aiilillotv
rhuli bananas, oi
Bi n
Seeding Time is Here
We have a lull line of Garden and Field Seeds in
stock. Onion Sets, Clover and Timothy, sweet
Peas. Nasturtium {and other seeds in bulk, also a
quantity of Lawn Grass Seed.
G. W. Bell
P. O. Box 208
GROCER & BAKER
Phone No. 23
WHITE WEAR!
Por I,adics and Children- Cool and comfortable garments for tin
Spring season an to In- loiui'l iii this department. Ladies i'n.ler
wear thai will merit In a greal measure praise bj wearers lor its
comfortable, cool and good fitting qualities. That is the kind you car.
obtain here.    Vour inspicn.ui Invited,
Mrs. A. G. Crick,
First Street
McIntyre <s* son
GENERAL   GROCERS
Carrots Parsnips        Turnips
Fresh from  Pits
i irders Promptly Delivered.
McIntyre  & Son

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