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Do you want to win a Grand Vrize Player Ttano Now on Exhibition at the Ke-dehtoke Music pore?
" Empire" Typewriter
For ease of operation and
perfection in results it is
unsurpassed.    Price $001
Interior Publishing Co., Agts.i
Mail-Herald
V
Vis(iijia Cards
A SttBCEAfLTY
Interior PuDlishing Company
PHINTERS AND PUBLISHERS
Vol. 18-No. »3
REVELSTOKE. B. C. MAY 1 8,1912
$2.60 Per Year
CLEARANCE SALE
OF
c bl:sjss .a
We are tfoing out of this line entirely and will offer
our high class Roods at prices that will astonish you.
It embraces Wedgewood, Royal Crown,
Darby, Doulton, Ainsley, Royal Worcester, Limoges, and many other makes.
SEE   OUR    WINDOWS
FOR HIGH CLASS
GOODS
AT PRICES NEVER
OFFERED BEFORE
ROYAL CREAM DERBY
SUGAR AND CREAMS
$2.50 $3.00 $5.00
Cup and Saucer   $1.50
ROYAL DOULTON CHILD'S SET
3 Pieces
$1.25 Now 60c
PITCHERS
$1.25 Now     75c
CUPS AND SAUCERS
$1.50 Now $1.00
WEDGEWOOD JUGS
$1.00 and       ... *1.25
CUPS AND SAUCERS
$1.50  for SOc
$1
IN PRIZES PUT UP IN THE MAIL-
HERALD'S CIRCULATION CONTEST TO-DAY
Prizes to the Cash Value of Above Amount will be
Given to Those Who Secore Most Subscriptions
for Mail-Herald-Story of Opportunity -Contest
is Open to Meo, Women, Boys and Girls of
Revelstoke and Oistrict.
will be very heavy—but there nro
other dividends which newspapers
earn other than the profits expressed
In  terms ol money.   During I.li
con-
See Our Window for Your
Choice for $1.00
LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO.
PLUMBING
LIMITED
STEAM FITTING
TINSMITHING
im Saturday, May 26th, tho Mall-
Herald will Inaugurate a subscript -
ion campaign which will ond July (i.
Tins campaign will take tbe lorm ot ^ a gMat many p|,u|ll(, wl„ joill
a voting contest, and during its pro- ,|1C Mail-Herald's largo tamily irf regress ten prlsses having a vulue of nders—umi there will be sutislaction
$1,800,  Will   be given  away  to  people  in all       *
of  RevelBtoke and  viciuity. I
Thfl Mail-Herald contest will 1"' a
reward for merit enterprise, and ll
muy lie participated In by any per-
hou ot good character residing within the circulation zone ot the paper.
Contest votes will lie allowed on all
subscriptions payments to the Mail
Herald. The vote valuo ol thu subscriptions muy lie determined by re-
.crcuce to thc vote schedules which
appear on another page ot this issue
(IRANI)    PRIZB.
The candidate who secures the most
votes in thc contest will I* given uu
option ot:
1.—$850  Pluycr  I'iauo.
2.—A trip to New York and a s.u-
sidc vacation wikh all expenses paid.
3—$G0fl in Gold.
Then too, a gr.'ut numlier of men, women, lioys and girls
will lie made happy by the prizes
They will be given uway on July 6,
regardless ol thc work required to
win them.
HOW TO BNTBR THK CONTEST,
Any person of good repute residing
within the circulation zono ol the
M»ll-Herald may enter the contest
nud compete lor  the  prizes.
Men, women, boys and goris all
huve an ci|iial chance for the splendid  prizes.
Scud in your name at once. t'sc
the  nomination  blank.
If you wish t.o have further particulars before deciding, send in the Information Itlank. A representative
of the Mail-Herald will call and explain  a t't •   '.1'in-?.
As soon as your name has been m-
tcrcd as a    candidate     get a receipt
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Imperial Bank of Canada %
Head Otnom-Toronto, Ontario. V
6,000,000.00 9
6,000,00u.00 I
6,000,000.00 X
$72,000,000.00 6
ches or A«» nts ai  .11 principal point* ta;Canadu. 9
iti in GiCal Britain  and United States-London, England,   Q
Uk, Limited.    Chicago-First National Bank,  Corn hx-   T
Capital Subscribed
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
Total Assets,
San Fran-
Bnne
Agent'
Lloyd-, Hi*,ik,
nhan-ie National rian*..    bi -.ttie—Seattle National Bank,
ciieo-Wells Far^Nir^v National Bank.    Spokane-Exchange
National Bank. . A
Savings Bank Department V
DfipoelU of 11 and upward, received, and interest allowed at  Y
current rale from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited. V
Revelstoke Branoh—A. B. MoCleneghan, Mgr.    J
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Ladies' and Children's
Wash Dresses
White and Colored
Mrs. A, G, Crick, • First Street
The winner ot the grand prize will  |)00k ana* start to work.
be     paid at the rate of    mire than |    -j>|lc contegt opens May 25th,    hut
$500 a month.   ThiB Is equivalent to  candidates may Start to work sccur -
a salary of $6,000 a year.     The only  ing subscriptions nt once,
mau or woman who cannot afford to ,    Votes will be allowed     on all sub-
enter this contest at once and try tor  Scription payments to the Mail-Her-
thc big prize, is the one who is mak  lx^\  according to the schedule  printing   over  this  pcr  year.   You      may   ea jn the contest advertisement,
huve     the splendid prize il you will. I      KAHI.Y  WORK  COUNTS MOST
See that you claim the    opportunity      The    subscriptions  secured   during
Hcripi'ion ut once to the contest department, Darning tho candidate for
whom you wish to vote. Don't fail,
however, to accompany your subscrip
l.ioiil.ion with the amount covering It
as votes are nllowixl only on prepaid
subscriptions, II you have no favorite among tho candidates, nominate
yourself.   You understand, of course,
that you may vote Ior yourself.
OLD   AND   NKW   SUBSCRIPTIONS
COUNT THK KAMI*; NUMBER
OF VOTES,
Voles in thc contest will be given
on past duo and renewal subscript -
ions to Ihe Mail Herald ns well as
Ior new orders.
RECEIPT HOOKS  AltK READY.
The Mail-Herald has printed a large
number ol receipt hooks Ior tbo uso
ol t.he candidates and their friends.
Theso receipt, books will lie mailed
nui as last as nominations nre received ami will tm delivered to those
who call at the contest office for
them. The system of accounts that
will be used during the uontest demands that the receipt books ho UB-
cd hy all candidates, They have been
prepared in such a manner as to
make the work of the contestants
very easy.
WHAT TO DO NEXT.
As soon as your name has been entered as a candidate, go among your
Irlends and tell them that you are
in the race and in to win. One day's
hard work early in the routrst may
mean the difference between success
and failure at lhe close.
Any time you arc in doubt as to
the conditions governing the contest,
ring up the contest manager. All
iiuestions will he answered checrlully
IF YOU WANT
Garden Tools      Rubber Hose        Lawn Mowers
Carpenter's Tools,   Wire Fencing and Cates
Bicycles or Repairs    Stoves    Paints
Fishing Tackle     Sporting Coods
Cuns, etc., we can supply you
BOURNE BROS,
b.
Grocers
Hardware
Plumbing
M
while it lasts.
SECOND   PRIZE.
The candidate     securing thc second
highest numlier of votes will  be  given  un   Upright  Orand  Piano.
FOUR  DIAMOND  RINGS.
The    four     candidates     who stand
the  first  period of  the coutest     will
count the most votes.
The six weeks of the campaign have
lieen divided into three voting periods.
The most votes will be allowed dur ' the Conservative convention wns held
ing thc tirst period.     During thc sec   at  Nelson  Inst Thursday,  to  nomin
R. F. GREEN
CONSERVATIVE
CANDIDATE
Nomination Was Made Unanimous Amid Great Enthusiasm
—Will Likely be Unopposed.
Amid     great political enthusiasm,
RELIABLE GROGERY DAINTIES
Let us assist you in finding something
tasty enough for the table
(Ireen Onions from the Sets—per bushel 50c
Green Cabbage from California, per lb 8c
Strawberries, excellent for short cake, per tin     25c
Scotch Herring, oval tins, tasty, 2 tins     25c
JOHN   MCINTYRE   &   SON
The Store of New Groceries
third, fourth, filth nnd sixth, will otu\ period twenty per cent less votes ate a Conservative candidate for the
eaeh receive a beautiful solitaire dia- will ho given on nil straight sub - Kootenays for the approaching elcc-
mond ring. I scriptions thnn will bc givcu during  tion.   R. F. Green was nominated by
FOUR GOLD WATCHES. the flrst period. J ex-Mayor Selous of NclBon, his nom-
An elegant gold watch  will  bc nw-      After the second    period    a further j ination     lieing     seconded      hy   Jack
nrded to     each    ol     the candidates  reduction of twenty per cent will be, Lyons of Revelstoke.    CR. Hamilton
standing seventh,  eighth,  ninth
tenth.
WILL IT PAY THK MAIL-HERALD
This is a  question which will nat-
and  made.
Send for a receipt book todny.
INSTRUCTIONS   FOR    VOTING.
If you are not a subscriber to the
urally occur to all those who read Mail-Herald and wish to become one,
the announcement. Yes, it will pay you need not wait for your lavorite
—not in dollars and cents perhaps, candidate to nsk you for subscript -
Ior the expense ol the     undertaking  ions, hut you may send in your sub-
To Have a
Closing Social
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TIRED ?
THEN A CUP OF
"BELL. BLEND TEA"
will refresh >oii with its bright, spicy
llavor and fragiamy. Sold in 1 lb-
lead packages.
Price, 35c, 40c. and 50c. per Ib.
G. W. BELL
P. O   Box 208
GROCER & BAKER
Phono No. 23
Nelson, May IC—From the ruins of
the Yale-Columbia mill of the Dominion Sawmills on thc lake front,
burned to the ground in March with
a Iosb of more than *$70,(Kio there will
rise in the near future, a new, completely modern, more extensive plant
according to the plans of thc r.ceiv-
erK in whose hands thc alia.is
Company  now  rest.
Mr.  Charles F.  Landmark,  superintendent of     mills Ior    the receivers,
said that it bad  been  decided to    re-1
build the plant in a modern fashion. !
l'lans were  lieing looked into at    thc
present time and work would be com-1
iiii-i.red   during   this  season   so    that
the mill     would he ready Ior
with the beginning of    next   spring,
lie hus just come Iiom tho company's
plant at  Cascade and will leave Boon
Ior  thc   Itevelstoke   plant.      All
mills ure now on a paying basis and
the receivers will continue to superintend  them  until everything is settled, he said.
Dominion Bay Celebration
A   tew ot  thc energetic  citizens
Revelstoke   huve  mot  together
On Thursday evening lust thc boys
of the Y.M.C.A. Bible cluss, mot for
a social lime in thc building.
out of 'i'i boys on the roll,   there
were 20 present.   After partaking of
ice cream and cake,    the    chairman,
Mr. Thomson, made a few    remarks,
! then called upon the speaker   ol the
of the'"'0"'"*-' Mr' Rob!"m' who RftV0 tbe
life story of Abraham Lincoln which
waB very interesting. Mr. Colpitts
was then called upon to make a tew
rcmarkB and spoke very acceptably.
The teacher ol the class, Mr. Gil-
lord was then called upon to speak
and gave a brief hiscory ol the class
from its start with two mcmlicrs to
u its present state with twenty-two.
Thc life of St. Paul was taken up
and it is believed that tho boys have
received a great deal ol benefit trom
U|(,   this study.
At thc dose of the evening, Mr.
Turner took a flash-light picture of
thc whole class. The boys dispersed
with the hope that they will bo able
to moot again next fall with alarger
class.
was nominated by Geo. Horstcad of
Nelson, while J. McDonald of Rossland, seconded  this nomination.
The third candidate was Dr. Bon-
ell of Fernie, who was nominntjd by
C. H. Browley as mover and Kditor
Peddler of Fernie as seconder. Mr.
Green w-on on the tirst ballot, when
Of R. Hamilton in a neat speech con
gratulated Mr. Green on his lieing
chosen ns thc Kootenay candidate,
and Mr. Hamilton moved, secondinl
by Mr. Browley of Fernie, thnt Mr.
Green's nomination he made unanim
ous. Mr. Green addressed the convention in a neat Bpecch.
In the evening the visiting dele -
gates  were given n  gland  smoker.
The delegates .from Revolstoke district were:—J. Lyons, H.J. McSorley
Wm. Boyd, W. R. Rehl, Kd. Hillman
W. A. Foote, A. J. McDonell, Ham
Sutherland, Frnnk McCarty, 0. B.
Hume, Chas. R. Gillan, H.K. Wallls,
Rand Gibbons,  Sam Irwin.
Revelstoke Meat Market, ltd,
To Get the Best Results
From Your Garden
USE
SWIFTS
FERTILIZER
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
ol
Gun Club Shoot
PIAHflS-PLAVER PIANOS
U'1 i    Thc  Itevelstoke Gun club shoot oil
decided to put on a monster  ithletlo  the  recreation  ground! this  ween ro-
mect  with  hase  bull,  etc.,  lor  duly  HUltcd as follows.   l«t event, Iiupont
Urst.   There  is not tho slightest ex-   Powder Co. Medal handicap; 2nd ov-
cusc tor going out of town  that day   cnt,   Dominion   Cartridge  Oo,   trophy
us  there  is  to  he  one  ol tho  i iggcet   handicap; 'M'il event,  practice:
days ever held in Revelstoke.     Tbis  sturdy gets 1,  'ill—24, 0—21, 22.
I athletic  meet,  will   be  run  undur  dlr-   Barber gets 3, 25—2R, (1—211,
j ection ol the sports committee ol  the  McDonell  gets  4,  24—25,  0—25,  2:1.
Y.M.C.A. Munro gets  :j,  23—25, 0—21,
I    Tbe committee are sparing no pains   Foot,,, gets 8, 20-23, 3—111—22.
to make  this     meet a success.     The      This  handicap  ol  the  Dupont  I'ow*
Miss K D. Cameron Dead
Victoria. II. ('., May 13—Agnes
Deans Cameron, the well known Canadian authoress, who was also well
known in Chicago and New York
newspapeieirclcH, died at ihe Jubilee
hospital this afternoon following an
operation for nppendlcltls.
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I ADVANCE STYLES IN SPRING HATS
The new hats we are showing are all in the
latest styles. They are American Shapes
and Shades, something new and different, as
it were, in mixtures and finished felts. They
are decidedly dressy and natty.
We are agents for the famous Hawcs Von
Gal and Stetson Hats, also the Buckley Hat
which  has  a guarantee  for three  months.
Sheet Music and all kinds of
Smnll oMusical Goods
The Over-Seas Club
Unlets something  tinfot.'seen  occurs
ihe Organiser ol the ov8r-Heas club
hopes lo leave Kngland for Canada
at an early date. During his tour
lie proposes visiting all the rbiet organized branch-OS ol The Over Sea*
Club iu the Dominion stinting with
Ottawa and Montreal, and ending at
Vancouver  and  Victoria.
For some time It has been foil at
headquarters that it. was necessary In
the Interests ol thc cvcr-groWing organization lor someone from 'he
headquart?rg' stall to visit thc out -
lying branches with a view to great
er , ohi'Hion as regards tbe working
o[ the Club as a whole. The Organ-
Dttawa
McRae Mercantile Co.
LIHE STYLES SHOP E0R MEN AND BOYS
ooo<
prize  li-t will  be one  that  wll  com    ,ier Co.  is  giving  very  general  satis*
pel  outsiders to come In,  and  it    is   ruction,  as it gives all thc members' i'-cr hopes to he present at
;the obiect ol tbc committee to make   ,,( the club a chance Ior the trophies  on Umpire (ay.  Communications In-
1 it the tiest ever ollered to JUVjlsWlM   The Secretin y leaves for Nelson In a'tended  tor  him should     be addressed
ime when  all arrangement* lor, to Mr.   B.  Wren.h, Co.  Mr.    W.    S.
Prize Eggr for
Early Hatching
■ athletes.
short
ncmiucr
Call and Inspect
Music Store, McKenzie Ave,
There will lie plenty ol good music  the big summer shoot will he made,
as  the citizens     hand     will  he hero.
Why   travel  mil*     tO  rnioy   t h lidny
vi.'ii there will be plenty iloing here?
lU'iuciul'U the date, Jul}' 1st.
Do you Want a desirable residence
In u favorable locntlon In the eity 7
Set tfltjj H. li, t'ouriltt Ua» to uUerjCuurtlfr.
Mnrson,  Montreal  Star, Montreal
Some  nice  modern  r -ideiices    with
lawn, shade and Iruit trees. — H, N.
Il'tllt   MAI.K
E. G. Woodland
E, P. Mclean
m&Ml
Best Strain of Brown Leghorns, single and Rose Comb,
and Partridge Wyandotte
Eggs.
P.O. BOX  181 SATURDAY, -MAV  llth,  19U,
THIS O^^IL-HIIEIR^Lr),   EEVELSTO KZ"E3
SATURDAY, MAY 18th, 1012.
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vour-
Are You Insured Against
Accidents and Illness
IF  NOT.   WHY   NOT—It is your duty both to
selves ami your dependents.
Call and sec us.   We shall be pleased to point out the benefits to be derived from these iiolieies.
Special double indemnity clause quarantine indemnity clause
and all illnesses insured against,
London and Lancashire Accident Co.
Railway Passengers Assurance Co.
Ocean Accident Corporation.
ALL REPRESENTED BY
The Revelstoke General Agencies. Ltd.
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First--Prize pair driver's boots, va-I    PrlSS"   Une
lue $8,SO', presented hy the J, Lieolcle the olub.
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Che fl&ail-lberalb
PCBLI8HBD  ui'.I'M.sn.w  ami
.-vruuiAi  AT
REVKLSIOKE.  B.   C.
Snterlot publtebing Company,
I.linltcil
j. K. JOHNSON, Manager.
RALl'll U.  BCRUTON,  Editor,
SATURDAY, May isth, 1912.
A curious situation exists in
Ish Columbia, lollowing     upon
cent i uling  ol  the  Railway
providing  in order  io
Brit
the
L'otu-
pre-
vent [treats lires, "thnt the rallwayJ
running through the    Timber    boltd
.houln   he compelled   to   hum   Oil  fuel
-.■ii thi .;■ locomot * * *
ln ths midst ol then   preparation)
t* wards  complying   ivith   this  regula
alter thousands ol dollar*   bad
,*."ii spsnt  i.y th« railways In squlp-
plng theii  eng b, and arranging for
the supply ol oil at divisional points
the C.P.R. have suddenly been laee t
with . ', .: •• i agitation Irom th *
eoal mining Industry ol British Columbia, wh • see m the new regula -
l in a serious blow to the great nun
ing intt-ie.-t ol the province.
The coal men point out thai tli'
railways running through the prov
mce, are tbe greatest market tor the
produce ,•! our mines, on this groun i
an immeD-e capital has hecn invest
ed in '.he buBine.-s. tnwiiB hnve been
built, preparations made not "lily for
the present, but with view to a great
er future output oi the black power,
and  that  the  ruling  of the  commie
■ion, will,  ll Insisted upon, <teai    a
staggering How to om of the greatest   ol     ui   Provincial   induetr.es.   Th'
Shlcfa  replaces  H.  C.  coal.   Will bj
...•ut   ,n   from  California,   miUion-
of   dollars  annually   for      years      to
corns,  will :!uw away  irom     Uritish
imbia nsvei   to    return.   The mil
»,iye therefore,  and  the country,  appear to be up against tw.. proposal j
both of      which    arc esscutialh     a :
• ■.     irn ci al and destroy our foi
csts. nr  burn  oil and ruin the    coul
mining industry.
The Ed.tor ol this paper, however,
takce the view that there ie a third
alternative, open ol the oh
as wbich . . -
these sis,  and  which      in
add.: isessss advantages rend
■olutely supt     '   i *    loth
• . and coal. '■'■ . it tlie Moun
ta.n railway use electricity at their
motive   ;".wer.   lu  tne  Provinoe
lumbia,  within easj
,:•  - mi    I the i
est   ■■ the  world,    th •
'  '    n     ■:'     tbis   inexhausta I
,     llic    | i.
i   11,'. li   s : r. and v* - ■
ui skilled mechanics    and
I I    out ige manufacturers
.-ummg public,  provid .
.',   •    and remuaerativ
.   Uh   rails ays,  every
ij.i .t. the developm
is tn tbe diet
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tor tbe r« : tbis | rov-
• ■ * esenl
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■ahnl they have done, thai thoy have
not gone ahout ii lu n right way.
T ioj have nevor given ui as citizens
,, chance to gel Into thi push, and
now 'hat we are "ProgressorB" we
are going t" show what a united pull
on evory available string uud a do
l i mined push to evv'y thing that
will boost our town will do. Our
creed Is going t" he, I belli ve In Rev
elstoke, the host city In the Interior
"i li. t'.. I believe wo have the best
cli mat o; more and bettor tourist attractions thnn any ,-ity 111 Canada; I
believe tbat wo can raise "ii "in soil
the best fruil and farm products In
B.C.; I believe we are In the heart
ol the best timber and mineral conn
im iii the world; I believe wo will
mm Revelstoke a navigable port and
bulges tnkini; the products "f our
district, and Irom the prairie t" the
"Mean I believe that our stores aiv
the best In B.C.; I believe that our
citizens nee the most progressive; I
believe wh have better facilities and
in ghter prospects t" oiler manufacturers thnn any town in British Columbia. I therefore believe In the
Progress club movement and wlll do
all in my power to make it an epi -
di'inic. Yours,
A  BOOSTER.
Co., together with SO per cent o( the
cash.
Second—Fifty cigars, presented hy
the Union cigar lactory, together
Wll h 50 por cent of cash.
Log Raolng Contest lllntraoce tee
50c, with $5 added,
First—Ono suit maekinaws, presenl
ed by Mr, Sutton, together    with 50
por  cent   of cash.
Bocoud Fifty cigars, presented by-
Mr. Rogers, of Okanagan hotel, Ann
strong, together with BO per cent, of
the  cash.
Event No. ;; Single scull rowing
race, one mile, etilt'niu'u lee 50c>, with
$18 added.
First—Smoker's set, presented by
Lawrence Hardware company, togeth
er With 50 per cent  ol  the cash.
Second—Box ol 50 cigars, presented
by Union cigar Factory, together
with :iu per cent of caah.
Third—Bottle ol Scotch, presented
by Mr. Rogers, ol Okanagan hotel,
Armstrong, together with iii) peri ent
of cash.
Event No. 1—200 yard Swimming
race, entrance (ee 50c, with tin added.
First—Accident Insurance policy of
$1000, presented by Marble Bros., of
Vernon, together with ,r>n per cent of
cash,
Second -Stetson hat, presented by
M. Fair, together with 30 per cent of
cash.
Third—Box of 50 Cigars,     presented
Mr, Rogers, of the    Okanagan hotel,
together with 24 per cent ol cash.
(One  Hour  For    Lunch.)
Event No. Ti—Fishing contest, ho -
twoen the hour.- of 13 and 15 o'clockf
entrance fee 50c,   with $iu added.
First—Fishing rod, presented by
Mr.   Abbott.     Armstrong,    together
With  50 per cent of cash.
Second—One sack   best.  Hour,      pre -
mted by Columbia Flour Mills compnny,  together     with llll per cent    of
cash.
Third —Box ol 50 cigars presented
by Mr. Rogers of Okanagan hotel,
together  with 20 per cent of cash.
Baskets of tish must !„• in the hands
of the committee f*
o'clock,
ICveut No. li
Consolation
klllor,   presenl'
bin   Inini,   pre ruled     hy
prise—Bottle  o(  rain
d by Tims. Qrogory.
BUSINESS LOCALS
Savoy.
.r.it. Freight sheds
, at  11  a.m.
Meet niu at  the
Custom!  Sale,   (
Monday,   .Muy  IIUI:
Thermos bottles ku<1 redds, 111
Rises nnd prices at Macdonald's drag
store.
Royal Hose Talcum powder, ono of
the uicest made, only -fie. a bin, at
Maodonald's drug store,
Customs   Sale—Uiieliunied   (loods  —
Mondin, t;ith last,, ii a.m,
Films, Kodaks, Cheniieals, Insti UC-
t'ion Hooks, all the newest, at Macdonald's  drug  store.
Uo Carts, thc largest and best i.s
sort incut ever displayed in Rovelstoke
ut  Howson's.—Oct their rush prices,
Victor Hornless Machlues (. from
\it) upwards. Edison phonographs,
Irom $111.50 upwurds.-Revelstoko
Music  Store.   McKeu/de Avenue.
The Sugar Bowl ice cream parlors
are now open, the largest aud most
up-to-date parlors In the city. ...
Be there! Where ? Freight Sheds,
Mouday next, at 11 a.m. Customs
Salo  of  Unclaimed lioodB.
Tho "Sugar Bowl" ice cream parlors are now opcu. The largoBt and
most up-to-date proposition iu     tbe
$
Actual comparison of Eastern Catalogue Prices, Freight added, with +•}+
HIO'Vw7"SOIsr3S   PEICES t
LOOK! LOOK! LOOK! AND READ
Kitchen Chairs.	
Kitchen Cabinet	
Dining Table      $10 55
Dining Chairs	
Dresser and Stand	
V
Bed	
Bed	
Dominion Spring —
Child's Cot	
Ostermoor Mattress.
nnlpeg Prici
:   Weight freight   Total
Howson's Price Delivered
50c
IDIIi     23c     73c
ii
"       70c
$6/5
1501b $3 53C $10 72
ii
"   $ 9.60
$10 55
165Jb   3 87   14 42
ii
"     14.40
88c
121b     28c   1 IB
ii
"       1.20
8 95
1501b 3.52 12.47
.1
"     13.00
125
1601b 3.76 15.01
ii
"     14.00
3 55
601b   1.41   4.96
i.
5.20
5 35
681b   1.59   6.94
I.
7.20
2 40
601b   1.41   3.81
I,
4.00
b 10
751b   1.76   6.86
ii
7.20
15.00
$16.50
*
*
We make
catalogue
prove mil'
nur profit by shipping In oai'lonil lots, thereby saving (freight rates,   Bring
giving deHOl'Iplloil of ol Iuu* goods uol specillcd ill this list to our store and We
statements,   Ueiuembet' we deliver goods ami set up free from breakage,
R. HOWSON & CO.
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
m ii'i it, i'ii i'ii il1* il'l iTi iTi ii'i r*ti iti rl1! iti it, iti iti it, iti iti it, 1T11T1 iti iti iti iti iti ii'i itt iti iti iti1T1 itt it, 1T1 iti i'
vp *V *V 'V 'v 'V lV *V*V 'V 'V '*' w 'V 'X' 'V 'V 'V 'V 'V 'V 'V 'V 'V lv 'v %' 'V 'V 'V w + ,*' '-i1 'J.' '•t' '*',*1"
iu  own
Ware &
hand     writing to
Co.,   Ltd.,   Ilcaloii,
liindsny
13.0.
Your  Iouscb  assured,
hie—W. ii. RouortBon,
Insurance.
rates  reusou -
real estute A
>r weighing by 15
SICAMOUS
REGATTA
List of Prizes, etc., for the Big
Eveit. May 24th
The program nn.l l.«t ol prizes at
ranged Ior the regatta to he held at
Simmons  oil   May   JI.   is us  follows:   i
Kvent No. 1—9:30 a.m., Ten mile
open, motoi  boat raoe, Bntrance fee
:.tie ,  w.th  J.'.O added.
Kirst—siivei cup, presented by ll.
A. Brown, togethei  with 30 pei cent
Ol     ash
Second—Five  gallon  polarine cylinder oil.  presented     bj the    Imperial
ler   with   -'■"■   per    rent,
ol cash.
Third—One hundred cigars, presented by the Union Cigar factory, to -
; tether   With  30  per cent,   of  the cash.
Kourih—-liox o! r>u cigars,  pres
i by Mr.  Rogers "t Oakanagan
Armstrong,     together   w.th IS
cent,  of cash.
fifth—Fifty-pound s.k-k     est
ted  by  Columbia Flour    M   li
log tii'M  with i" per cent of cub
uu completion ol this i ■
nvc     niiln race !"r >
leng.* cup.  present! d  **\   i -
...    Gl om ft Co., Ll
1  c,.me propert]
ning it three times
Ml motor boat
for ;he handicap racei
I No.  l * the open   aci     * * . ''"tr.
•
Prom   tin  time  thev   make    In
race the handicap   wil
in   iltowance ol hai; a     m
per lap     will I* allowed.    Boat* ei-l
h.
*lo
crnim* this will disqualify themselves
Event   No   -   Log  Rolling  «'*:•■
Entry Iree.
Five Mile Handicap
Motor lloat race, entrance fee 5(!<\,
with  115 added.   At  14  o'clock.
First—Value IX to tW hy the Canadian Fairbanks Morse Co., toother
with  1(1 per cent of cuah.
Second—Stetson hal, presented
Jas. R. Linton, together with
per cent of ensh.
Third—One sack besl dour, presented by the Columbia Flour Mills Co.,
together with 20 per cent   oi cash.
Fourth—Box ol BO cigars, presented
by the cluh, together with 10 per
rent of cash.
Kvent No. 7—Half .Mile Ladies'
Rowing Race.  Entry free.
Fust—Two sacks hest dour, present
ci by Oolumbia Flour M.lia company
Second—Five-pound decorated bin
of Victoria Cross Tea, presented hy
tbe w.  II. Malkin Co.,  Ltd
Th.rd—One     gallon    hest   olivi
presented  by ths  John  Viccuttl company.
nt J
ling Rae
'd.'*^^^^^^^!.........*!*********-.**^'''^'^^
' -Forty  per  cer •
I
I
Kvent      So.       '—T-i -half
Boat Rae
•
: ■
K :   •
'
aiti
present
I •
■  ► cash.
■
tbe  Imperial
Event >*ed Mot
■
lion  Jack,  presented hy the
Drop in at the Sugar Uowl for
thut box ol chocolates, yonr wile,
mother, or sweetheart wiU nppreci -
ate  it.
MUSIC—Miss Johnson, pupil ol A.
Miller, F.It.A.M., London, is prepur-
ed to tuke a limited number ol pupils Ior tuition iu music. For terms
upply at tho residouce of J. K.
JohiiBOU, tirst house west ol the hospital.   First  street.
Try one of I'rohyn'n special dishes
of ice cream culled the "Carpathian"
Smile.
tlocxl Flower Seeds, Sweet 1 egs,
Nasiurtums In hulk, at Maodonald's
drug Btor*.
WANTED
WANTBD-
eewing
Herald.
A  Dressmaker  to  go    out
by the duy.—Apply   Mail-
WAMTBD—Girl for general housework. Good wages. Apply ut this
Uttice.
FUll SALIC CHEAP—Five yoar old
driving Mare, ruhbor tyred buggy,
cutter und single harness, all iu
good condition. Owner leaving thc
city.  Box 914 Oity.	
WANTBD—II you arc a good sales -
man and cun handle a general agency ill Itevelstoke Oity uud District, thnt will make you big money from the Btart, write us immediately. This is not real estate, hut
Btrirtly Commercial lines und our
local ugents arc making ten dollars
a day and up. We will give occlusive territory to right mun nnd you i
cun appoint your own sub-agents.
li. 0. SALES AGENCY, CO? Dominion Trust Untitling, Vancouver,
B. 0.
Sash, Doors, Mouldings
Turnings Etc.
TO LET—Three nice rooms lu let
over the Manning ■■•■;.-v*. Apply to
Mr. H. Manning.
Full SALE—Horse and harness, also
light Express Wagon. Apply Uox
J^T.   Kevelstoke,  B.C. 4t.   MU
o. 8—One Mile Men's  Scul-
• -h {15
WANTED—A young girl, lit or IJ
yeui'B of age, to take eare ol a
baby hall a duy each week. Steady
employment Ior good girl. Apply
to   Hail Herald.
WANTED—Full    mill   crew  for  night
-I. ft  starting ahout May  3i)th, also
- adera and  car     tallymen  imraed-
tely.    Reply  by  letter  or  In    person  to  Adams  River  Lumher  Coui-
.   .    Ltd.,  Chase,  B.C.
WANTED-
Apply
Hotol
-Five Good Millwrights. —
C.    E.  Kendall,  Hevelstoke
.*
.
I   *ativ   ' g>">d  six-room
centrally located.  — H,  N.
-.er.
WANTED'  An     experienced     general
ho1.-* I *   pl in  cook.  No
■*a-:     . Bvs  dollars
pet ' ,1'iy Mrs. C. B.Hume
WANTED '17 years
Apply
Don't Miss It
is
BIG DAY
Twenty-Third   Celebration   of
Victoria Day, May 24th
Baseball
Vernon vs. Enderby
Enderby vs.   Revelstoke
Lacrosse
Armstrong vs. Enderby
Baloon Attention and
PjHdjute leap
l'oot Kaces aud Field Sports for
Adults and Children.
Three Hands in Attendance.
Bohemian Class Blowers. Vaudeville Show afternoon and Evening. Merry - Go - Round. Wild
Animal Show.    Dance ill livening.
Special Train leaves Okanagan
Landing S a. tn . Vernon, S:Jo,
Larkin, 8:40, Armstrong, 9o,c1ock
and arrives Bt Bnderby, at 0.30
a.tii. Returning, leaves Bnderby
for Okanagan Landing and Southern Valley points at 7:30 p. in.
1 .ires, line and One-Third.
visiting members ol B, ('.
Horse and Boy Scouts iin uni foi in)
who join the procession at the
Ktation on arrival of train will he
admitted to the grounds free.
Visitors from Kevelstoke anil
"ther iu.un line points traveling
In the ordinary train will be due
. h Enderby at |ii:4s a.m.,
ind they can leave hy the special
train on its return from the south
.u about 10:30 p.m.
We are in the manufacturing business of
Sash, Doors, Mouldings, Turnings, Show
Cases, Office and Bar Fixtures, Screen
Doors and Windows made to order and all
kinds of repair work done in good order.
We have a full line of building supplies, lime
cement, plaster, Hard Wall Finish, bricks,
Sewer Pipe. Plaster Plaster Board, Roofing
cTWetal, Lath and all kinds of Glass, Oils,
Paints, Varnish, all colors and tints.
Much pleasure in quoting anything in the
Building Line.
Ilie Progress Club
Bdiloi   Mail ll'idid.-
Have ... jo.ned th* Progress C lull? I
No "i.y Kot? This cluh waa ol
ganissd to t-pve every cituen a »olc«
in tbe building up of a new Revel
stoke. Tbe old methods, the old
ipiarrels, the old way of sending
your monsy out of town to help T
Baton ;s to Iw a bbiag of the past.
Vie ars all going to help build  up "in
own town, ii st tinnk our merchants
are asking too much lor their goodr
'■■> are going to hav« a talk with
tlieni about it, we are going to show j
them that we want to meet them,
hall way, nnd we want them to me«t'
us the  other  half.   Wi arc going    to
how the i pie thai have been spend I
• ni>  tbeir  mouoy  on   trying   to   hoont
(he town, that while     *w* phjireoiato j (
Opera   HOUSE, WEDNESDAY, May ^2
A Guaranteed Attraction
DELLA CLARKE'S Canadian-c/4mencdn Romantic Dramatic Drama
THE WHITE SQUAW
Not a Western Play, but a history of Trading Days of IH06
This is thc same Company who played the Walker s Theatre, Winnipeg,
Rjetfina, Toronto and  Montreal,
Revelstoke
Sash and Door Factory
GEO. D. SHAW, Prop.
P    . O. Box 295,*, RevelstokeiB. C.
People of Revelstoke, Do Not Be Downhearted
We have the Resources. Capital will come to us
BOOST!    BOOST!
In the time of Peace, Prepare for War.
Now is the time to place money in Revelstoke.
Do not wait for the coming raise.
Call and See Me Before Investing.
W. B. ROBERTSON
Our Doctors Anti-Septic Shoe is Proving a Winner
This last is filling a long felt want and its waterproof qualities are standing the test.
We carry a full line of the famous Pene-
tang Shoe pack and all kinds of rubber footwear.
Once a customer always a customer. Satisfaction guaranteed.
ARMSTRONG   &.   COMPANY
Boot and Ihoe Repairer*, Smkllere Harness Maker*
A COMPLETE SCENIC PRODUCTION
PRICES,
$1, T5c., 50c.,-25c
Advance Sale at Macdonald's Drug Store
THE CANADIAN  BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., PftECIOENT
ALEXANDER LAIRD, GENERAL Manaqer
CAPITAL, - $10,000,000
RE5T, -  $8,000,000
COLLECTION   BUSINESS
With its larfje number of branches, agents and correspondents, The
Canadian Bank of Commerce is able to effect collections throughout
the world promptly and at reasonable rates. Rate* will be quoted oo
application.
FOREIGN   BUSINESS
A230
Cheques and drafts on all countrie* of the world, drawn in sterling,
francs, marks, lire, kronen, florins, roubles or any other foreign currency,
Can be negotiated at The Canadian Bank of Commerce at reasonable ratej.
Mil        REVELSTQHB   BRANCH-F. M. GIBSON, MGR.
^
z\ .
SATURDAY,  MAY 18th,  1913,
TIKE  IML^IL-HIERJ^I-JD,  REVELSTOKE
SATTIU1AT,  MAT  l»th, 1»U.
$1800
TO BE DISTRIBUTED FREE IN THE
S*
+ %*
Great Prize Voting Contest
"\T
A
*S
The Prizes will be given to the People who secure the most Subscriptions for the oMail-Herald
during the next six weeks.    Here is a chance to secure a valuable Prize for an effort.    Contest  is  open  to
women, boys and girls of Rjevelstoke and District.   Nothing is ever gained by standing back and allowing
things of life.    Enter Your Name To-day.
all  respectable  men and
others to have the best
Rules of the Contest
Any Ulan, woman, boy or Rirl, whoso residence is within
tiie circulation tone ol Till-: MAIL-HERALD, may cuter the
contest,
No employee of Till; MAIL-HERALD or member of his or
or her family is eligible.
Contestants may nominate iheuuelvei or lie Dominated by a
friend.
Thc name of a person who places a contestant in nomination
will not be divulged.
THK MAIL-HERALD reserves the right to reject any nomination without giving lhe reason lor so doing.
Contestant* may secure subscriptions anywhere.
Votes will be issued according to tlie advertised schedules.
Any payment may he made bj a person now taking THE
M.MI.-ll BRALD extends the subscription from the date lo which
subscriber bas paid, atil subscribers, as well as new, !>> paying
advance or b) paying past due accounts will help the candidate.
Tllli MAIL-HKRALD reserves the right ts alter any con
test, rule or condition, except that tlie value of thc prizes shall
not be reduced.
Candidates must turn in subscriptions as soon as received,
tn entering the contest candidates signify their intention to
be governed by tbe above rules.
NOMINATION BLANK
The MAIL-HERALD'S
$1,800 Voting Contest
1.000
VOTES
1912
I   desire  to  make  the   following
nomination :
Name
Address
Nominated  by
Address
NOT* This nomination blank is goott for 1,000 free vote*
Only one nomination will bo accepted for each candidate
The namoe of persons making nominations will not bo divulged.
GRAND PRIZE OPTIONS
1. $850 Player Piano.
2. Trip to New York and Seaside for party of two people.
All expenses paid.
3. $600 in Cash.
SECOND PRIZE
UPRIGHT GRAND PIANO
FOUR DIAMOND RINGS
The Candidates who stand  third, fourth, fifth and sixth
will each receive a Beautiful Solitaire Diamond Ring
FOUR GOLD WATCHES
THE VOTE SCHEDULES
From Period of May 25th to June 8
One Year $   2.50  2,000
Two years      5.00  5,000
Three years      7.50 10,000
Four years    10.00 20.000
Fiva years    12.00  30,000
Ten years  .....   25.00 75,000
SECOND PERIOD   June 8th to June 22nd
One year $
Two years	
Three years	
Four years
Five years	
Ten years	
2.50
5.00	
7.50
10.00 	
12.50 26,000
25.00 60,000
1,600
. 4.000
8,000
15,000
THIRD PERIOD—June 22nd to July 6th
One year $   2.5^      1,200
Two years  5.00..... 3,000
Three years                               7.50               ... 7,000
Four years                      ...        10.0" 20,om
Five years                               12.50 .20,000
Ten years          25.00  45,000
The Candidates who stand seventh, eighth, ninth,  and
tenth, will each receive a Waltham Gold Watch
INFORMATION KLANK
CONTEST cTWANAGER
THE MAIL-HERALD:
Please send me detailed information concerning the Mail-Herald's $1,800 CONTEST
and the method to be pursued to win one of the
many valuable prizes.
Name	
Address       	
Telephone No 	
CUT THIS OUT nAtiD SEND OR BRING
TO THE CONTEST OFFICE
How to Enter the Contest
Nominate yourself or a friend today- THIS MINUTE. Call up on the Telephone (8) or drop
a card to thc Contest Manager, and you will be supplied with the necessary information and Stationery. Get your friends and acquaintances who arc not taking The Mail-Herald to subscribe. If
they are already subscribers, get them to pay all past due accounts and then subscribe for a year or
more in advance. Sec everybody—it makes no difference where they live. You will receive votes
for all money turned in for or by you. Write to your friends -all of ihem. Early energy spells
success. Six short weeks of hustling will make you the winner of a prize that would ordinarily take
you several years to secure. Your friends will subscribe for The Mail-Herald and they will be
pleased to help you. Give Ihem the opportunity. Clip out nomination the blank and send or bring
it to the Contest Otlice. Everything will be made plain to you. You can win the Capital Prize
if you make up your mind to do so.
The Contest System
Al.i. of the splendid prizes listed in this announcement, ami  possibly   others  to  lie  announced
later, will be awarded on the basis of votes secured in tha contest.   Votes will be allowed on all
subscription payments of $1.00or more to The Mail-Herald. Votes cannot bc secured in any other
in.inner than as above mentioned. A suhsiription record will be issued for each payment made.
This record will show the name and address of subscriber, the amount paid and what for, (he number of votes issued and the contestant's name. A duplicate will be kept on tile at the Contest Ofiicc
to be counted by thc Judges at the close ofthe contest. Thc judging Committee will be composed
of representative business men, and they will award thc prizes on the night of July bth. Thc contest will bc divided Into three periods. Twenty pcr cent, more votes will be allowed during thc tirst
period than the second period.     The third period provides for a further reduction of twenty per cent.
aw* '•^J.-%■%.*,■**.-%m.**%%% »%%>*% *<•%.«%*•»%«. %%%%%% %.-»■
Contest Opens May 25
J Send in Your Own Name or the Name t
\ of a Friend TO-DAY r
cAddress all Communications, etc., to
Contest Manager,
Mail-HeraU, Revelstoke, D. C.
P.O. Box No. 914
Phone No. 8
I Contest Closes July 6
\
A Prize for an Effort
 I An Effort for a Prize
I i* w     ' -,\   18th
T IZE M A JX,-T3IirJT?,^.IJTJ,   IRlLl^TIiJIuSTO ZKI"E
SATURDAY,  MAY 18th, 1912.
ORCHARD PESTS
And Their Control
Poi      * * .1 ii*'i" i
tuenl .    ,* divide
■
I—Insect Pest the   I
'* i .-li il     Bari
lar,
*—F ■    ■ !  '    ■ -l.   **    .i       \,*i
Curl.
■i~1' ICh    .*,:.   i  i   )|
With.
4-1 ■ ••■ * uch     ns
Cherry   :       i, .„>■   .  .   |'.*,,.;   plt|    ftn(]
•    It   ;
:*■■ any insect all u I
• •-"   : .    . .    ; I.;.*,    points   btuiiiM
• i fed,
■    •■ - actually    injur ou
i    * *    * ...    Manj  insects, such   ui
and   I*** Byi i	
* di in. ,'. atch * •".*
io the form ol injur)
-    '■ meets,   note  th
* : I  ,:• .. .
ed, pari ihetbei   trom  ihe . ui
...' ■ ■ ■ |     m *... ii [rom * *
i—i'* most    ■ ulti i*i I
, lie 1    '  i ■
....   I   I
may  bc divided In
i* .  ■
■  loud,
ly i
..    torn icli i ul
* a,  such  aa     A :.   ;  suitahl
.  ..
Set Insects.   Ar  i ior.
..i  to control.   They  are    , io
. ...m.i   *.I .   -!i.*.: , with   W ill ' .
inaci  .,ii , uruw *  ■
 * . m    ,i      i ... ii
.  .;.     Thore is ii"  • ■■<■,    Ui
. ng  tbi in  with  .i stomach puis
uu,  just a3 u mosquito,    ,1m'.i   o i n*
tnnot   ie  ,,. > i - o n e t  I)
■ * :.       I'h      Kphls
.. iut cui 11 Inci
pal       8 in thii  class.   Kor     Mi
■ ■..'■'
Is,  one  wbich     will
.. by t       *.     !    *
ling up    the     breathing port
ttl -   lated along tbe aiiUS oi
•..>, ai   .'.ii. Ki * * .-■   e  I'..... iiou
or  . >   th« .*   action    ol
tbe spi .... i.    . miii ir. 'i"
get  : Qtuct   Insecticides,
;;. ■   covered.    With
stomach  . we i*-wuy     tu
covei to .ii
, * | * des,    we
■
:-t.,, es     in
the
r.:>;—Tt.e  egg.
,~. woi in  I* un
and
     theii
I...: 1—1       pupal form,   ubuuII)    a
■
Fo
Jn  tbe ca
..-  .1,      ; pi
a young I ....  .■*.,
iVillttl
■...
■
.. ' ,.  ii..
• *..        .
; It ,      j,   | .
■
J.    -
•   ■
. ..» ell-
ll
-
• .,* r *
■
■ rmini  .
_...*•.
[oun i cat Ini   thc ii] i ei      i iai i ' pai Itncnl  ol Agriculture,
, .,,,    *           r.i, n,i Obiiff) Brown Uol ot tbo Plum aud Cherry
i ,„■  n;..i   ,,i,..,i  i,  pi   *,.,,. n.   ii   .*  .*■ This illsaaso wus lirst Introduced Into
ainl early  July,  the second  In .'.m*     the     province    ab    ten "'   twelve
ii.-.i.   u ie  "i   tlm  I'ni.ir* i   Insects     i" yeai * ago, and is now a cause of set'
di  troy,  either  with   Arsouato cl lead Ious toa . espoolall)   In  the coast   ills
i  pui.i ;  in  i,i gallons,  om even  « tb trlcts,   li   Is dependent ou  woi   wea
or slacked linn
ther, .-uul in dry seasons almost  dis
nppean
its conl inl i dillicult, becuuso ot
1 Is rapid growth aud prollllo Bpore
product Ion, W bile nl solute previ nt
mn undei' favorable condition is impossible with the knowledgo we now
ii.rn*, Him following measures give   a
I mail dust. ^^^^^^^^^
,iin. ,l uu i tii in.
.- cal Insects, i he I >., Bter sholl Bark
Loubi . i in' San Jose Scale, aud ,*i
nurabi nl other "i tin* sain* type,
ni ,* ., eastl) conl rol'li .1 by tho Winter i   i HM.ii  ol i.une Sulphur Su
'I'iim      i■I'limii'iciu!   I.i    Sill I
iiiiui*,  testing  to i'ii   'ic.'tie    Baume, rou onable Immunity:
should  be diluted with nine parts af I   Prune out tho troos to admit air
ater.   Tbis  Bpraylng   controls     all and sunlight.
calo Insects, and is     beuoticlal     in 2—Collect and destroy all old fruits
othei   ways,   it applied In the Spring on the tree or tho ground  before the
jn i  .i    un* i.iiiis ure swelling, 11 uol Spring ploughing,
only aids m destroying tho eggs     of ■ 3—Spray with Lime Sulphur   thor
Aphis uud Red 8p ler,  but in Import ouguly,  |u t   before buds open,
nm   in im* control "i many plant dis I—Spray jusi  after blossoming, and
Buses,    * eli as  l'i.'   ii   l,e.if Curl,  Ap- again    when tho fruit Is half-grown,
pie S mm. and somo types ol Canker, with I,nne Sulphur diluted l  to BO.
•vplii      There are    numerous kinds I    5—TMn out fruits su thnt no    two
i       tphis    i in i ii*   apple,  the   Qroi i touch,
Aphis, the Uoy  vphls, and tbe Wool 6—Handle carofully,  lo preventlosa
; on th    .   i',   tho       Oreon ol stomi  and bruising,
Aphis, mi tin* riuin mnl I'miie,   tho 7—Allow trull   to stand  over night
Hop   I,".*■*'■ and  tho  Mealy  Aphis; ou   in a i I  place before  packing-  Pack
i'i ■ Black nnd Green   -Vph up only  perfect   trull, and keep fruit
nil  i*h   the cherry,   the     Black cool us possible t" destination.
Uilu             i      i in.. .      tui   uli     "I -Vpplo  seal..    Vpplc  Scab or  Black
Irailar. Spot   Is prevalent  In  mosl  purts    o!
.  ...    tpi .* *i       i   mo riiiI tho provlni      i ij cl   to     ,\  con ider
;     ,        ,i.,,..  many  ol  tin   cy     uud Ic   rainfall    In     Spring  and  earl)
*.      i             the  Sum Summer!   The vni I       t tho Fame
ttin              phi    an     untrol tamll)      are most suhjc I.     Tl
I ,   ., i,i, i ores rn this .1* case are enn led o\
i     I i ii la I'm; a i i   tho  winter on   tii"  i « i**    an I  *
cne   mm; Iou,   nnd   other    con leaves.   They  germinate     and spread
i .     ,.i   in   Btrong n   the  Spring, aboul   tho  tlmo     the
Indicated  on thu  Spray Calendar blossoms begin tu open.
K uli  the root  ton                   W REMEDIES.
and the Black  Pouch   Vphls,  ll I.   Bestro)   old   leaves,   hy   burning
i ,   : *   * . ...     be  ...a tb ii "in or ploughing under.
     the tree,    and 2—Prune trees tn    ndmil    Bunlight
ivitl .ium* Stems,   This trentmout and air.
reasonably good result . 3—Spray  with  Lime  Sulphur,   I   to
'i *.*       '•. * t   tho apple and :I* before tho hmU open,
■   peach     principally.   The    borers ■ -Spray     just, before     hlossumin]
bhould I.,* dug out with n sharp knife *'lth Lime Sulphur,  I  to 25.
5—Spray again, Just after the blod
soms full, with Lime Sulphur, 10 to
30.
Tin- second -\n:.\ Iiii ,.    tb
must  Important,  and     in; st  he  very
thorough  if  results are  to be
in  the  Spring.   Lime  Sulphur, i spec
11)   If iiii il Ii i n.i  exl; .i Lime Is ad
acts as a deterrent.
Fungous   Diseases,   \\ bilo   In ectfi * *
• the    animal     kingdom, the
......  mnl  liaet Tin   ur.  lilaiits   	
A fungous Is a true plant, though tu factory,
uully quite simple in structure. I n BACTERIAL DISEASES,
like ferns an,I dowering plants fun-'' lv'"' Blight. Pear Blight Is at pres
mi*, uo green coloring matter, an.l ent almost unknown in the provinoe,
derive all their sustenance in organic the repressive measures taken by the
form by living us parasites on living government to control it having glv-
"i.in.sins, or ns saprophytes on dead on most excellent results. Glowers
ones. The Mushroom and Bread should, however, be continually on
mould ire two common types. The the watch for tins disease affecting
whitish threads to be found running both pear and apple trees, and must
through tbo noil benatb o mushroom '■ prepared to take tho strictest moor toadstool, is the true plant body, asures to prevent iis gaining a foot-
WblCb   ..-   ekllivalent    ti.   the  rOOtS   lind   tOW.
stems ol higher     plants, while     the!    Description.   The young Bhool        I
mushroom  Itsell  Is the  fruiting  body  tWn  leaves     wither and  turn
contuining the spores,  which are the  looking  very     much  as though they
i, ui  of Beeds, 1
I
had   heen   seiu-'I.e I   hy   lire,   "'ll*'   ItllCO-
i.iin  works down the stem, di-stroy
lug i ho life ent Irei). n   tai  .    it goes
Particularly   where  Infectioi     old
null takes place, bh ire will ho tound
small drops Of ii sweetish liquid OOSS
in;! from tho hark. This liquid ccn-
imn myriads of the bacteria catiB -
ini: the disease, and, as It is altrac
t Ive I" i bob un.l othor ins • 'is, theso
carry the germs all through tbo orchard, especially I" tho blossoms,
The nectar In tho blosi om is a particularly favorable m dlum for In-
uiieululii'ii, anil frnm this follows the
I,mmi  riilli*,!      "Twin  Bl'g'ht",    which
SSSSSCSSSSg*!
Vears
H
For
the
BEST
PUR* PREPARED |
Involves tho destruction "f the fruit
Bpurs.
Spraying Is Impossible, hpcaiise tho
points of Infect ion cann *i ho r luctied
by It, Tho only romodj whieh bus
proven etteotual Is tbo cutting uut. uf
the (lisi'usi'il mens, followed I'.v careful dlslntoi'blon ol the wound and the
Itnlfo or saw, Cuts -111111111 bo mado
from two inches lu nne fool nolow
the ilisias.'il ill-en. depending on the
rapidity ot progress being made hy
lhe Blight,
in connect Ion with the treatment "f
Insects and Diseases, fruitgrowers,
should sreiire coplei nf the Spray Cln
leiiilnr for IH12, ami of Olrcul ir No.
9, on "Sprays and Bpraylng", issued
by tho Horticultural Brunch of U.e
Department.
WIarsIld
and getting well
Thanks to Gin Pills
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FOift EVI     '/ • SE
IM  T*JE HOME
So ninnv need.*! fora hanrly .'.imi
around ths housi - pcrh 1 *   tht
i'tT.'ii!'!:i    lloor   is     cudfc I,    ti, :
trimmings weathers ' * nd
••perhaps soma wainscoting is
dim und dingy,
-perlup" the kitchen shows
worn and scratched with the
daily wear and tear.
Upstairs or downstairs, inst '■■ or
outside Bome housetinisliing
needs brightening and freshening just at this season.
-A. spare half*hour and a little
Minerva Pain; works wonders.
Minerva   Pain! spreads evenly
and dries hard.   It insures beautiful, lasting wo.k.
Every can is ready for use.
At thc nearest Mi'r.erva dealer-
right now
Thtre'i n Minerva Pni„i. F.nAmul
or Vamitili for every purpose*
Sold iiy prominent t;L*.,lcis nt ail point*
Including
Revelsloke
Harf'waic Co.
Hardware,
Paints, ite.
PINCHIN, JOHNSON & CO.
(Canada) Limited
TORONTO.   -   ONT.
"It'sao easy to paint
i4o with Minerva'*
61 Madison Avk., Toronto.
April 7T11. 1911.
PuriiiR the past two yenrs, I have
been suffering with Kidney Trouble*****—
severe p.ims iu my back at times, nnil
with leet, ankles ami legs so very
Bwollen that I found great difficulty ia
moving around tlie buiise even in
slippers, I am pleased to tell you,
since taking GIN PILLS, the pain lias
K'ine, the swelling has subsided, and I
■ijiaiu wear my bnots—whieh have not
heen upon my feet fur nearly two years.
I am seventy years of age, and anl
now using my sixth box of GIN PILLS",
H. A. SCADDINO.
Old people with lame baeks—who
suiter Willi Rheumatism( or Kidney ur
Bladder Trouble—will Cud welcome
relief in GIN PILLS. Kvery box
guaranteed and money refunded if not
satisfactory. 50c. a box, 0 for $2.50—
sample free if you write National Drug
.V Chemical Co. of Canada Limited,
Dept. W    Torouto. 86
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NOTICE OP   DISSOLUTION.
Notice is hereby given that thc
partnership heretofore existing between \wiiiain Q, Shearer and lOuri
A. Barraclough uuder thc name and
stylo of Wesl Kootenuy Steam Laundry Company, mis neu dissolved,
nlr. Shearer retires Iruui thc busi -
ness winch wlll In the future lie cur
lied ou by Mr. Uurruclough under tlu*
same name as that under WhlCU il
Uus heretofore  been  curried  on.
Mr. Uurruclough is the person entitled tu receive uli moneys due tu
the  lute purtneiship  lirm.
Dated May  ith, 19U!.
Karl  A.   Uarraclough.
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l-i"'.m*i, fungi    may     be divided Into
classei
:   'i'h rse whom   tn. * * liun
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Ol   the   Imst       plant,   a-     :* I   m\.,ii.*
. . ious mildew
Thi   largi 1  *   1 thos
mycel
;       lost plant,
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fungi     beh ■
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spraying
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not  aflccti
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Now is the Time to
Get Your Flower
Garden in Shape
We grow the finest bedding-
out plants ihat can be grown.
25 different  varieties of AS-!
TERS.    Write for our complete
■  of ROSES, SHRUBS,
PEONIES, DAHLIAS, etc.   Ali
ready.
FfUCHt BROS.,
Florists, Columbia, B.C.
R. Z. CRAWFORD
CONTRACTING
PAINTER
BKVBLBTOKB COUNCIL
No. 21, HUYAL TEMPLARS UK
TBMPBRANOB
Meets  every   ^nd  uud   4th  'Ihursdays
in      Udillclluws    Hail,    at  S  o'clock.
ViBiting   Templurs   are   cordially   iu -
vited to attend.
W. B. ML'NSON, B. 0.
A. U. TOURNBR, R.  S.
HARVEY, McCARTER
AND PINKHAM,
Uarristers,   Solicitors,   Etc.
Imperial  Uauk  Uuilding  Hevelstoke, It. C.
Money to Loan.
Uillces—Revelstoke,    ll.   (J.,     and
Cranbrook, U. C.
Ueo. 8. MeCarter,
A.  M.  r,.*,,.inin, J. A.  Harvey
Revelstoke, Cram,rook
RUUKHT  SMITH,
Provincial  Land  Buveyur,
Mining Surveyor,
Engineering
Mckenzie ave.,
uox  106,  revelstoke
W.      H.      WALLACE
ARCHITECT.
P. 0. Box 146, Revelstoko, B.C.
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Sloth.   N
Colui n
• •I   'he
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days.
• Caterpillars, FaU  W b B  tm,
r. ther li
'   I.HMtl
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it
ft       od     Sherry  Slug,    '.        Cl
* .- ..  tadpo
appearance, ulj ball in inch
Agent   for
Flexiume
Signs
Electric
R. Z. CRAWFORD
1 OURT
::e'a
RUPERT   Vi.   11ACGEN
RevelBtoke,  B.  C.
Dominion und  B.  0.   Lund  Surveyer.
KOOTENAY      LODOE,  No.   i5 A.   K
and A. M.
Refulai meetings are hold in MAS
umi: TBMPLB, Oddlellows' Hull
uu the Third Monday in each month
at 8 p. m. ViHiting Prethrcn arf
CordHUly   welcume.
W. THOMSON,  W. II.
W. B.  ROBERTSON,  Secretary.
No.  2461
EN^NGLE
THAT la the name,
below ii the 1 rademarit
you ure to look fur next
time  you buy underwear
MT.      HEOHIE
OF I.  0. F.
n  I. ti   0,  K.  Hull next    to
Tapping's  Opera   House  every  second
and fourth  Monday m month   Visit
Hall) welcomed.
*,   a. BELL, 0, It.
■am    B.  CAMERON,  Ree.-Bac
Your bIzc in nny garment
with that imdcrriiirk wi
ili perfectly, will outwear
'T'linnry underwear, wi
not '-brink. Yet you pny
nothing extra for this
fxtr.'i value * and you gel our
Guarantee of " money back
if ymi can fnirly cluim it."
  City
of Revels! •.
r 'f.l.ea   ut "li   that
11    *. tbat    diu
orders of n nusplclous nature  bi
p ii'i  to  Dr.   McLean,  Oity  Medlinl
Health Offlcer  or  other     physicians,
as soon as known,   Failure to do this
Is a punishable offence.
By Ord' r,
ll.   A.   LAWSON,
Oltjf   ''li'lK
■      V,    11.  w.
111,1, View 1 lamp,  N ■   iH
snd     t e...
.1, each  moni •
VleltlflK Woodmen are
uordlallj  invited ts nt'enii
A,  .1    WOODLAND,  Con. Oom
.ItMKrl   MrlN'IVItE,   t'lerk
I .1 ihk     LODMB 12,  1. 0, 0. V
Thursday evening   it
rl   in,.1   „t   I  o'oloek.      Viaitioy
11 '•' 1 dially Invited.
11.    BIBOFRIBD,   N. Q,
JAB   MATHIE, BecrsWry.
OOLD itANdK  LODOB,      K.  nf    p.
MO. M,   RBVBL8TOKH,  B   0,
Meets every   Weilnnsday  rirdpt    tht
Third Wednesday uf each month     in
Oddfellows'   Hnll  nt ft  o'clock.   \lmt
lat Knlitht.s nre cordially  Invited,
u. w. OAHLAHD, 0, 0,
0,  II. BROOK,  K. of R. A 8.
M. of r.
Smoker's Supplies
The uiil reliable nov hus lbe largest nnd hrsl line of Smokers'
Supplies ever In the (ity, and our prices are right. Fifty brands
ol cigars lo choose (rom, I'rice from $l,00per box up; not made
ti sin scrap either,
Meerschaum  Pipes from $3.00 to $10.00
Calabash Pipes from $3.50 Up
ihu sioek of Calabash Pipes is smnll on account of the
crop being 11 (allure this yenr nnd quality poor.
Briar Pipes In cases from $1.00 up,
Ask (or the ruinous II. B. I>. brand, liven* pipe is guaranteed,
Cigar nnd Cigarette Holders, ('uses nud Lighters, Pouches,
Ash Till)« mul li|'i* Hacks, Tell us what you want end we will
suit you. II .ion cauiiul call, phone 37 und goods will be sent to
your home for approval.   Bu*) earl) while slock is complete,
's Cigar tore
ASK THE  DRIVER
Everybody knows bim, he will
idi you that the whiskeys we are
silling are the best. Cull nnd lie
convinced, Nn household should
In- without i supply uf iii'Har-
viiy's 8peclel Scotch Whlskoy; our
Frapln Liqueur Brondy, guaranteed
30 years old nr Blackberry Brandy
for Medicinal purposes. One stuck
of choice Wines and Liquors of all
kinds are unexcelled.      Sold Iiy all
tin- leading hotels, or telephone
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Importers arU Doalors In Pure Wines, Liquors, Cigars antl Cigarettes
JUST PUT INTO STOCK
A BIG LINE OF
Fresh Imported Groceries
D. GaUicano, Second Street
White-Star-Dominion
Mil SERVICE
Royal Mail Steamers Sailing Every Saturday
Wireless and Deep Sea Signalling Appatatus
New Triple-Screw New Triple-Screw
S.S. Megantic   15,000 tons each   S. S. Laurentic
Blectric Elevators       Skilled Orchestra      Blectric Heaters, etc.
Sails May  11 th, June 8th, July 6th.
May 25th, June 15th, July 13th
FIRST CLASS, $92.50.   SECOND CUSS, $53,15,   THIRD CUSS, C] $32.SD
one-olass il il Cabin sorvico.
Twin-Screw S. S. Teutonic     Twin-Screw S. S. Canada
SS2 (cet lung. 18,000 horsepower 514 Feet long
Saiis May 18th, June 15th, July 13th.    May 4th, June 1st, 29th
$55 and up, Third Class, $32.50. $50 and up, Third Class, $31.25
All steamers sail from Montreal, calling at Quebec.
Btubark night before sailing.     No hotel expenses.     No transfer charges
Company's Offices, 619, Second Ave., Near Cherry St., Seattle
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED   181.0
Record of Progress for Five Years—1906-1911
1906
Capital       ....        | 3,«00,OUO
Reserve 8,000.000
Deposits       ....        23,677,7:10
Loans antl Investments -      27.4-r>7,0!)0
Total Assets        -       -       - 33,090,192     ^^^^
Has 83 Branches in Canada, end Agents and Cor; sspondonts In all
the Principal Cities In the World.
1 QENlliAi. BANKINQ BUUINEBS TIIANSACTED
SAVINGS  BANK  DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Interest allowed at highest ourrent rate.
Revelatoke Branch. W. H. PRATT, Manager
 1911
* 4,000,000
4,600,000
35,042,311
38,854,801
48,237,284
£.   G.    BURRIDGE
Tinsmith Repairs, Hot Air, Pipe
and Furnace work
WORK    8HOP-
Oonnnujfht   Avo.   •    Revelstoke
WALL PAPER"
AM) CARPET CIEANING
New Lightning Method
Oil Painting, and Painted Walk
Cleaned like new.
KALSOMINING
Paper Hanging a Specialty
Estimates Given
Mirror Making and  re-Silvering
Glasa Cutting and Boring
Glass Frosting and Staining
Picture Framing, etc.
Prices Reserved.
D. wTbrill
Painter, Paper Hanger,Decorater
Revelstoke, li. C.
Dr. J. C. Morrison
Dentist
l'ost Graduate Chicago University
Sinn.illy—All   Porcelain   aud
i ust Crown Bridge Work
Cor. druiiviiii and Robson Ms.
Vntu'ouvor
Oyer Harrison's DrUE Store
' Phone 8ey—5238
Lunil)
umoermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -  Revelstoke, B. C
before buying yonr outfit  of working  clothes
for the bush.   I make a       *"^?
specialty    of     I<OKK'ng
Shoes, I'ants, Box, Shirts
Blankets snd everything
required in your butiuvst.
1
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li SATURDAY, MAY 18th, 1912.
Tl-XE  I&LA-ILIHIIEIiJLIIlID,   REVELSTOKE
SATOnDAY, MAT 18th, 1912.
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MALAKWA NOTES
Parties desiring intormntlun regarding tlio Valloy of tho Garden ol
Eden, can obtain same froe of charge
by writing to Mr. J. H. Johnson,
Malakwa, B,  0.
Subscribers al Malakwa, who arc
nut receiving tbeir paper regularly,
aro requested to communicate with
the Editor of tbo Mall-Herald.
Miss Jeunett Kennedy, sister of
Mm. R. A, Coppock, is a late arrival in tbe Garden ol Kden, trom Durham, England. Mis-i Kennedy is an
accoiii|ilidtiea young lady and muui -
elan, Uulaiug n lertiucaLc from tuu
London ueademy of music, aud will
no doubt be a great help in developing the  musical  talent of tbe  valley.
A while ugo spring house painting
whs tbe order of tbo day. The prevailing color was green, prophetic nud
symiionc of tbo green carpot now
covering tbc eiu-tli, especially on tbo
n.i y farms at tbe soutu onu of tho
valley. Tbe Malakwa Farms Co., under tbo energetic management of Mr
Um. MacDonald are entering on a
season of great progressi*.o uovelop -
ment. Tbo lauds of tuis compauy s
holdings and neighboring farms have
a moist, blacs loam soil, eminently
adapted for celery. Mr. MacDonald
has engaged an expert In celery grow
ing, from Armstrong, who, with an
assistant, will pluut and i.ultivuto
large quantities of celery. Mr. J.
Wiper and sous are also planting a
considerable area; aud it is claimed
tbe results will show that our soil
iu that part of the vulley is fully
equal to that in the Upper Okanagan
for celery growing, though at, pres -
ent the Ovanagau lands command a
much bigher figure.
The Valley of
u
The Garden of Eden"
Situated at MALAKWA AND CRAIGELLACHIE. B. C.
Just 32 Miles West of   Revelstoke,   and   Extending   between Sicamous Junction to Three Valleys Station
Area of First-Class LancMo.ooozAcres
Character Of Land   Principally Level.
rharsirt-ar nf  Qnil   Bench   Lands,   Clay   Loam   and  Vegetable
UlldldMtH   Ul   OUII   Mould, while on  Lower Lands Black Loam
Prevails.
Nn Irrisiatinn   Positively no irrigation is needed as Valley is sub-
l"U III lydMUII   irrigated, and many creeks supply water for Domestic purposes.
This Land is specially adapted for Large and Small Fruits, as well as
Hay and Vegetables.
Moderate Climate   Freezing is  Average Winter Weather.
Pricks of Land Reasonable
For Further Particulars About This Garden Spot of B. C, Watch This Page
of the MAIL-HERALD Each Week
Spring seeding and thc attention
and enro of fruit trees, pruning spray
ing, cultivating, etc., have been keeping our settlers busy. R.A. Coppock,
wbo is an expert in tbis work, haa
bad bis hands lull going over Tar -
ioua orchards in the valley.
Tbo government roud gang ol six
men, under the able and experienced
direction ot F.J. Itossley, are busy
clearing and improving the road to
Sicamous. Tbis will probably engago
tbem until well on in thc summer.
With tho new bridge already com -
pleted we shall then have a very
good through road to Sicamous. It
uny -sojourners around thc Shuswap
luku wish to leave their scenic bcas-
t'iea tor a while and care to come
and tako a look at our inland ones,
by way ot a drive tiom Sicamous,
tbey will lie welcome
Several ot our young meu wbo were
engaged in the timber during the
winter cutting fence posts, etc., are
now engaged with tbe C.P.R. gravel
und rock crushing plant near Craigellachie, a few mJes down the lino.
Gravel and rock arc to be taken out
in much larger quantities this yeur
than formerly, to provide material
for the great work of raising and
double tracking their line, which the
O.P.R. are entering upon. Thc boys
will probably have a full season's
work.
W. A. IC. Haycock has found time
to leave his fine young orchard to
pay a Hying vicit to Revelstoke.
Thc station has lately been rtdol -
enl of "murphies" many sacks shipped in tor 6eed purposes from tbo
Okanagan being temporarily stored
there. Wc noticed the consignments
were chiefly (o tho Malakwa Farms
Co. nnd T. I,. Woolsey. There should
bo a big crop ot potatoes in tht vil-
lcy  this year.
. . It Might Be Gold. .
BTJT
It is always hot in the plunge at Halcyon Hot Springs,
whose natural hot medicinal waters are the most wonderful health restorer on the Continent* Ourjecord of cures
of rheumatism and other chronic complaints is unequalled
and verified by our gratified patrons. Located among the
greatest scenery of Canada, easy of access,—the Sanitarium is luxuriously fitted and finished for comfort and
convenience of guests.
Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
ORIENTAL HOTEL^
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines. Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
J.    ALBKET     ST03STE      PROP.
Wm. BOYD, Proprietor,
Halcyon, Arrow Lakes
Union  Hotel
l JUST NKWLY REPAIRED
RATES,      .     $1.50 PER DAY
Weekly and monthly rates to be arranged,        Meal Tickets, 21 meals for J6.U0
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
A. P. LEVESQUE, Proprietor
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Knlaiged   and Improved.    Kiist-Cloes in every respect.    All modern convenience!
Larue Sum pie Rooms.
Rat' o $2.00 per day       Special Weekly Rates
Rei)elstoke, B.C.
Tom Marks at Empress Theatre
Considerable Interest is manifest
with the theatre going public in tho
approaching engngemem at the Empress theatre of Mr. Tom Marks' and
his excellent compnny, who will appear next Monday night in the funny
comedy success "Thc Man from Canada." This comedy has met with
the greatest success throughout the
country, and Mr. Murk's version    ol
Laughton (fi, Tapping, Props. First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
European Plan
Open Day and Night. - Meal Tickets, $6.00
MONTHLY BOARD
HOTEL CLIMAX RESTAURANT
mm—mmmi^m OPEN NIGHT AND DAY1
White Help Only Employed
Board by the Day or Week
Night Restaurant—Short Order
W. C.  BATCHELOR,
cJWanager.
L
Correspondence.
Kditor  Mail-Herald.—
Dear Sir,—Will you kindly p.'rm.t
me space for a remark or two re -
gurding thc dust In our stree s in
this end of our town. They are cov-
«icd with inches ot tho Audit duet,
with which the wind p'..:.s at will,
and tbere i- nothing tj lay it with,
our sprinkling cart seems not t > te
available tor us thia jumnier, at
leust there arc uo signs yet that we
will have the benetu ol it, na cien
tbe standpipes bave not been put in.'
1 therefore surmise tbat thc t.me of
tbis public vehicle is completely ai
the disposal ot tbe more tavored section of our city, and as in the past
the step-child is forgotten b> our*
Oity Fathers.
Conditions have became unbearable
every evening uur streets, mainly I
Front aud King streets, are uaej l.y j
the owners of automobiles and other
vehicles to enjoy the cool of the ev
ening, at tbe -.peed limit, aud besides
those you may see a string of lad -
ies, gentlemen and boys, show.ng
tbeir ability ot horsemausnip, by rae
ing up and down the streets enveloping everything in a clou<l ui duat,
wnicb has tbe next morning settled
down on Che goods in uur storea,
causing endless loss and dismay to
tbe owners and on carpets aud furniture in the houses to the cbargin ot
tue  housewife.
So, Mr. Editor, you can imagine
for yourself tbe situation of the citizens and ratepayers living on them
street*, wbere it is practically impossible tu be uut of doors In the
evening and no relief in sight, except tbat these lines may wake up
uur City Fathers to the necessity uf
doing something to alter conditions
and to .-ee thnt this end ot the city
deserves some recognition.
Thanking you for space, I remain,
yours truly,
A Resident of  Lower Town,
Rosedene Nurseries
Revelstoke. B. C.
House Plants, Ferns, etc.
Cut Flowers, Roses, Carnations, etc
Thos. Newell, Prop.
Designs Box 51
Phone 295
the comedy has lieen highly comment
cd upon by both press and public.
Hi'Sides lieing built for laughing purposes, tbe comedy contnlns a splendid plot, whicli will appeal to   thou
wbo like (lean, polite and bright
Comedy.   Many  musical  number    and
vaudeville nre Introduced during   tbe
HOMon ,,| the play and between the
nets which greatly add tn the at -
tractiveness  of  the  play.
l>r. McPherson, ,,( Arrowhead, was
a visitor iu Revelstoke OO Thursday
last.
These Fit-Reform Suits are
Fashioned in Strict Accord with
London Styles.
UNION HOTEL
ARROWHEAD, B. C.
Special Attention given to comniwia
men and tourists. Plltt-olaei eainp).
rooms. Finext scenery in Uritish Co!nm-
bls, overlooking Uppet Arrow I*aVi».
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer     Draying
Handling Pianos a Specialty
Jw.J, Lightburne, Prop Phone 42 -   Night Phone 85
See tbe "Sugar Howl"  windows tor
Saturday  Bpecinls.
Ilowsun's     are     the  first to show
their hammocks tbis seaBon.
MATKUNITY    HOME—Mre.    Wats, n,
east   track,     has    opened hw  new
house nn a  Maternity Home.  Trims
reasonable.   Apply  Uox  28,   Mrs.  Wf
0.  Watson.
Trig coats with natural shoulders,
and soft fronts from collar to
bottom of skirt.
Waistcoats cut high, and Trousers
with straight lines.
You can get these new Suits — in
patterns that are really exclusive.
Tl^&iW©IIM
McKlNNON & SUTHERLAND H -\TURDAY,   M \Y  1Mb.   i IV,
TIXE3 HS^A.IL-iaiER-A.Lr^,   REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, MAY 18th, 1912.
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llbgt  and  other  crimes.   Cienrtoch      ( I,  ■•
, w.i tat long b-wn known as the Pol Instructed lot    Oovernoi  Marebnll,
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v.r.-in   attracts   over   a million      pll '"'     "" I     '"'      fJoVCfnOI      llnrke.
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aa wm adorned wltb   a    &U*\    tnetructod foi     Cloven In    *
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thi shrine    nnd     Unlneti iot«d    delogi slalmed    |
contmtS ti* a ffiUDg uiviiii, Matoib, Harmon, nl.
Sewing Machines
A nil ;intf-
it ami W ' eeler vs'iisot
iriar Machines
For Sale or Hire
by tli'1 month nt Mannii
All kinds of machine nt i
itocked,
H. MANNING,   A«ent.
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given  thai
ISth day nl .lun.', next,    api
A.n he made to tin'   Hupei
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tall ni ninl npon 'be premises known
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it!bed a, i.nis 'i   and in.    Block I,
fourth Stroet,  Baat.
tinted Lhla 10th day "I May, 09IJ
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Applicant.
H. W. EDWARDS- Fruit Land;
TAXIDERMIST
FOR SALE
Animal    Rugs,   Game    (;,lena Ba>' lft,ulHin i,arcelH°'
10 or '^0 acres or en bloc.     CorreB-
Heads and Birds
Mounted
P.O.Box 31, lievelstoke
imtidence invited.
UNION   CIGARS
Inland Revenue Standard for Cigars is 22 lbs. per
1.000. By statistics our Union contains 25 lbs. per
1.000. That proves quantity! What about quality ?   Ask the Smokers and Try One yourself.
John Shaw. Agent.
Box 616 Arrowhead
UNION  CIGAR  FACTORY
RETELSTOKE, B. C.
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Save over 35%
of the purchasing mc^mm^m^tm^
price on your U.^ &+%m%%5£&*&i
range by buying a
"Dominion Pride"
direct
from
the
factory
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This Range
Fully Guaranteed
and Freight Paid
$41 to
$49
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WHV WE ARE ABLE TO SAVE
YOU SO MUCH MONEY.
We make the Ranges and place them
in your Kitchen. There's only one
transaction and one reasonable profit
mad* on the wholo transaction. You
l't have to pay a factory profit—then a jobber's
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profit—a retailer's profit — store rent nnd clerk
hire—and expenscsof travelling salesmen.   Our
|tr«at " Factory to Kitchen" Plan enables you to buy the
hest   Ran(re for the same price that  thc  wholesaler nnd
ioblirr would have to pay    nnd LESS than the retail dealer
could jjet it foi- and on better terms too.
"DOMINION  PRIDE" RANGES
would cost from $119 to $78 if sold hy retail stores.    Our square deal
h.iv of dealing direct with you—and saving you nil the profits made on
ordinary ranges—enables you to have a " Dominion Pride" Kange for
$11 to $ I'.I.
' Dominion Pride" Ranges are made of best Phm Polished Steel and Malleable
Iron.    Polished ateel docs not need blacking — simply po over it with a  cloth
and it will stay fresh ami bright,    Malleable Iron will NOT warp, crack or
■Av'' hirak, as cast iron will.    Malleable Iron is used by railroads for car rasiings,
snd by Panning Implement Makers, because of its superior strength,   Cast Iron
Ranges are cheap    even at their best—and expensive for you at an)   price
because they .soon go to pieces,   " Dominion Prioe" Ranges -will last a luetime
bei SUM Uny are built right, of the right materials, by people, who know.
SAVE OVER 80% OF YOUR FUEL
1 Dominion Pride " Ranges have proved Ihis by artual tesis,    Whether you use wnod or
nal " Dominion Pride" w.ll , ul down llie , "^t of fuel by almost one-third.    COLD rolled
steel plate ovens*) sectional iron lining Fire Box with air chambers—double walled flues,
Interlined With asbestos    extra heavy grates—all help to make "Dominion Pride" thc
inomieal Range you inn buy.
WR GUARANTEE THEM ABSOLUTELY
Over 8,000 nf "ur RANGES are in use In Toronto alone, and many thousands more in oilier
parti "I i •'" "I i. V.,u pel a It.ni,:,' thai has proved ils superiority in every way when you buy
■i " P ,,i,iti,*<ii Pride*," and <"ir guarantee holds pood fur n year. This guarantee means every*,
thing i,i >"" ii'i inse you have an enormous fai lory .•onl an old established Canadian Company
back of the guarantee, Here's another point aboul "Dominion Pride" Ranges that is missing
In Ranges boaghi   o retail stores,    You can always get new parts If you need them.
WE PAY THE FREIGHT   RIGHT TO YOUR STATION
Our price   direct from our Factory to your Kitchen is Ihis—a "Dominion Pride" Range R-IR
or 9-lH lop, will, high closet shelf or elevated tank or (lush reservoir, wiih line sheet lo go undrr
^Range, I joints of blue polished s'eel pipe and 2 elbows—delivered to any railroad expiess
■tation "i On'.ino. Quebec, New Bruntwlck, Nova Scolia or Prime Edward Island —for $4 I —
OR delivered loany railroad MpreMatatlon in Maniioln, Alberta, Saskatchewan or British Columbia—$49
.1 when I' ing lellvered at your railroad station.   If sst cssienient to sty cash we will mange to sccept your Molt.
.2^,
Our |H-iiirif*4 »«#kl««* UH tH« whola Hory *f   "Daminlan  Prltf*'
At !•■•«, writ* Uf lh* ba*kl«t»
Rtnflaa,  md •■»!•!« th* daUllt of our "Factory lo Kltohan" plan «f laving you menay
You'll find tham wandarfully Intaraatlng*    Sand to-day.
Canada Malleable<SSteel Range Mfg.Co. Limited, SfiS
flM  WaiTINI  PLr.Ht  MtNTION  THIS PSPEB)
frnm SATURDAY, MAY 18th, 1912,
TEtEJ  nyC^.IL-HZEJRJk.LID,  REVELSTOKE
BATTOBAY, MAY 18th, 1912.
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THE ONLY SHOE STOCK
IN TOWN WHICH CAN
SUPPLY THE NEEDS OF
THE WHOLE FAMILY
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. £. J4ume $ Co.. limited
OUR SHOE MOTTO
Classy Shoes in newest designs
at a minimum cost for maximum wear.
OUR DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT
LADIES' HOSE
Special line of ladies' mercerized lisle hose, black or tan,
any size, at
35c per pair or 3 for $1
English Delainette
New lot of English Delainette. tine, lovely coloring and
patterns, 32-in widths, nice for
dressing gowns, dressing jackets, wrappers, etc.
20c per[yard
Ladies' Underskirts
Ladies' gingham wash underskirts, good color and good
sizes at
$1 each
The New Parasols
are very interesting. White embroidered linens are to be the
big sellers. We have these in
3 nice lines at
$1.75, $2.75, $3.75
Child's Dresses
Special lot of child's dresses
and blouses, a mixed lot, at
50c each
BARGAINS
In Boxed Note Paper and
Envelopes
Regular 25c per box. We
have an over stock of this and
pass it on to you at
I5e per box
Ladies' Dresses
Another lot of ladies' wash
fabric dresses opening up this
week. Neat house dresses
these. The thrifty house wife
will appreciate them. They
have some style to them, besides being good washers and
made of serviceable materials,
a big assortment
From $1.50 to $3.50
CHILD'S HOSE
Special line of child's hose,
black or tan; 5 to 7 sizes, at
3 pair for 50c or 20c per pair
New Nurse Cloths
and Suitings
These fine, strong wash
fabrics come in such neat patterns of hair stripes that they
have been adopted by the general public for most every kind
of wash garments. They are
nice for boys blouses, girls
dresses, misses or ladies dresses. Splendid lot of colorings
and patterns at
20c per yard
Millinery Department
All ready-to-wear Hats at reduced prices, $6.50 for $4.50; $4.5o for $2.50
New shipment of Summer Hats arrived this week.
Groceries and Crockery Department
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY BARGAINS IN FLOUR
Men's and Boys' Furnishing Department
COOL CLOTHES FOR WARM WEATHER
SYRUPS
Our stock of Syrups at the present time arc
unsurpassed. I.yles Golden Syrup. Edwards-
burg, Corn Syrup, Imperial Syrup, MacNally's
Pure Syrup, fresh from the Maples of New Brunswick, and other brands of Golden Syrups. For
tabic iifie, cooking and candy making, we can surprise you in Syrups. Phone or send the children
to the Store.
CANNED GOODS
This is the time of year when yout stock of
fruits and home-made pickles are getting low. We
have been fortunate enough in securing thc famous
Vineland Brand of Fruits and Vegetables this year
and although equal or lower in price to any other,
thc quality of this particular brand is the reason
that everyone asks for it. Put up in 2 Ib. cans of
every fruit and vegetable on thc market.
PICKLES
We pride ourselves on the fact that wc can put
on the market Crosse & Blackwell's Pickles fresh
from tlie makers at a price that is all our own. Pts.
at 35c. and Quarts at (35c. per bottle, in Mixed,
White Onions, Chow-Chow, Walnuts and Gerkins,
We save you money by buying direct.
BARGAINS
Two days this week, Friday and Saturday,
we arc going to offer you PURO self-rising flour
for Pancakes at only 20 cents per package and also
a bargain in Laundry Soap at 7 bars for  25   cents.
Remember—This Sale is for Friday and
Saturday Only.   Don't Miss the Bargains
FANCY GROCERIES
Wc have just finished unloading a large car
of all thc choicest and best groceries on the
market to-day, made up of Teas, Coffeis,
Breakfast Cereals, Nuts, Soups, Mushrooms,
Jams and Jellies, Pickles and Sauces, Fancy
Cheese, Syrup and all the newest Groceries
that can be had in all the first-class stores.
We are able now to lill orders for anything
and everything you want.
DINNER SETS
We arc oflcring some new Dinner Sets in the
latest designs and patterns at prices that will
make you take notice. Sec our new white
and gold stock pattern, from which you can
select any article from an egg cup to a soup
tureen. You can buy a full dinner set or any
number of pieces. We also carry two other
pretty stock patterns and our full dinner sets
will also please you.
STRAW  HATS
MEN'S PANAMAS—Wc are in a position to suit
every man's taste and his pockctbook as well in thc
matter of Nobby Panamas. Everyone wc guarantee to be genuine Panama, and even the cheapest lines are fitted with Russian Leather sweat
bands and grease proof device. Either in bleached
or unbleached fibre; wide or narrow leaf.	
Prices, $t>.00, $7.50, $12 each
GARDEN HATS—For  men,   women  and  children, large and small.
Prices, 25c 30c and 40c. Each
CHILDREN'S STRAW AND LINEN HATS
Wc have them for both boys and girls. You can't
make a mistake whon you come to us.
Prices, 35o to $1.50
MEN'S BOATERS—A fine assortment of the
very latest styles. Not an old one in thc bunch.
Either in split straws or heavy  English weave.
Prices, $1.75 to $3.50 Each
MEN'S TUSCANS—The most comfortable hat
yet produced at a moderate price. They stand the
wet and keep their shape. Either in the soft
crown or boater crown.
Prices, $2, $3, $3.50 Each
MEN'S STRAWS- A wide range ir, a variety of
shapes and weaves. All that comfort on a hot day
requires.
Prices, 75c. to $2.00
MEN'S CANVAS IIATS-Jnst the thing  to  work
in.    All sizes and shapes.
Prices, 75c and $1 Each
MENS 2-PIECE SUITS
Unlined except on the shoulders, lapels, and
under thc arms. They arc nobby and right up to
thc minute. Just thc thing for now. We have
them in greys and browns.
$14.00 to  $18.00
CHILDREN'S SANDALS
We are in a position to offer you the best
values ever shown in Revelstoke. All our sandals
arc genuine calf and made with welted soles,
pliable and easy on the feet.
Prices, $1.25 to $2
BROWN OOZE CALF SANDAL-Soft as
a glove.    Wears like iron.
Prices, $2 and $2.25 Per Pair
HOUSE FUKNISHING DEPARTMENT
This Department has everything that you will require to make your home bright and cheerful for summer, and now is the time
to look over and make your selections, at prices that will suit your wants, from a well assorted stock of Wall Paper from the
bestj manufacturers in the east, Rugs and Carpets from Germany, England and Eastern Canada at prices from $5 for a 9x9 Union
Rug to the very best that can be had and in all sizes.
Lace and Lace Curtains
Wc havi; thc largest assortment in the city, most of which
arc Imported by ourselves direct from England, enabling us to
sell at a price that saves you thc middleman's profit
Screens-by the yard or make into curtains, a good assortment
Madras—Wc have both colored and white  in very dainty designs, from 20c per yard up.
Linoleums and Floor Cloths
A good assortment of Nairn's printed and inlaid in patterns
to suit every taste at prices that are lower than can be offered
again owing to the advance in raw material.
Beds and Bedding
We also stock a full line of beds, mattrcsseB, blankets, comforts and pillows.
Bargains for This Week Only
We arc offering a special reduction in Japanese Rugs !)xl2
at $3.20; 2}x5ft *1.2fr 8x6ft fl.96. Everything in that line
will go at bargain prices.
Anything not mentioned  that  you want call  in and
ask for it, we will be sure to have it if in this line.
RSI SATURDAY, MAV 18th, I'll-'.
THE MAIL-HEBALD,   EEVELSTOKE
SATUItPAY,  MAY ISth, 1912.
HOT    WEATHER    GOODS
SALE PRICES ON ALL WOMEN'S UNDERMUSLINS
Here   is  an   opportunity   of   buying your Muslin
Underwear at Special Sale  Prices
Women's cJTWuslin Drawers.
Women's oMuslin Combinations
Women's Muslin Corset Covers
Women's oMuslin Princess Slips
Women's Petticoats
CHILDREN'S DRAWERS
Call in and  look over  the  Special
Prices for this Sale.
Embroidery Needs
Swiss Cambric and Fine Nainsook
Edges and Insertions. Flouncing,
Etc.
Bargains, Bargains
Throughout Our Entire Stock.
Call in and see what we have in
store for you at Cut Prices.
At Tha Empress
Everything points  t" n  gay     nn.l
iivny   time  at. tlu1   Empress  theatre
jun  Monday,  Mny 20th,    when     Tom
: Marks' Company  will  preBent (or the
! lirst time in uur oity, tho guy come
j <ly   in   three  nets,   ent.it'li'.l   "The   Mnn
From  Canada."   Belore  booking this
at 11 nei iuu  Manager Smythe ha.I num
orous proofs ul iis great popularity,
as a     laugh maker,   This is a three
act comedy     with   u   most original
Btory und extremely amusing charac'
THE CITV IN BRIEF
Mrs. .1. K   *i* hnson nnd Miss John I
...   ,,ii Mun.i.iv nexl -
Ren *      '.a i es'   •vuxilinry to
l;. .,;' R.BI Dance In opera h'.usc, nn
May 21st.   Music hy Revelstoke Hand
Rev,  I'   B. I1' "v. O.W.I., "f l.un- '
Bng., vi-111 preach a wok's ret-,
ual In St. Francis church during tha
week  l.eginniut; dime -nd.
Regular services will be held In tha
Presbyterian church tomorrow, Morn
log Bubject, "Curiority," evening "A
Good Name."
The Studio "1 Mrs. Hermann    Mi1
Kinney,  on Third street,  west,    will
open  on     Monday,  May 20th, ns
their little son    ("ml   huB recovered
from  his  recent  illness.
W. K. ohuttlewcwd and son Jack,
lelt un ThurBday lust lol Nutch Hill.
Mi. Bhuttlewood will remain about
a week at ins ranch, while Jack is
taking  a  vacation.
General Superintendent CF. Lindmark, ol the D'Tiiuiiun Sawmills L'o.
uas -j- week on au official trip
to Cascade, Nelson and other southern points, where bis ompany has
mills.   He will return toduy.
Mi. Colpman .*.' Victoria, the well-
know.-, i.m ,i expert, was In town
this week with h.s surveyor Mi.
Wright. II, ;s securing a surveying
and crulelng party to proceed round
certain extensive tunlier limits he -
tween i,"Iden and Canoe Hiver, in
ia rivei d.strict.
In thl Methodist rhurch ou Sunday
May l.'th. the services will he as (ul
., - — In -.he morning Mr. T. Pagdin
. . the ev?ning Mr. P.F.
• - -: rd will si'Cak.   The subject     lor
e evi ■    'Influence".  Ser
vices ,n the morning at 11 o'clock;
evening 7.30 p. m. Strangers and
me to all these services,
.i.  K.  McLean,  divisional Ure
den. has beeu     transferred in    Teta
tbe Grank Ti ..us Pa
-.     .   will act as divisii nal
en   :   :   tb(   I imtni r    He   «   I
■ ■ ■ •• fur  tb''  nort        ■   ,    EMmontou
tb*  first
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SEEDING;   TIUVLIE
As the time has arrived when you must do your seeding, we wish
in draw your attention to the fact thai uur seeds are nil fresh and
new siock not anv old ones left to slulT oil. Our Onion sets nre
the hest, either tbe Dutch *>ct or the Multipliers.
FLOUR AND FEED -We have just unloaded one car of Purity
Flour, Oue Cur ol No. I Timothy Hay, One Cur Peed, including Oats, whole or crushed, Wheat, Barley, Corn, Brail, Shorts
ami I hops. Ifyou require am of these, let us quote yuu prices.
We v'.ni Save You Mouey.
A. HOBSON,
MacKenzie Avenue
You Who Are Constantly Travelling
What Protection Havo You in Case of ACCIOfcNT By Sea or Land?
Drop in aud \\t* will explain oui Improved Gold Bond
Accident I'olicy, double Liability, onlj costing f!30 b year,
fS.OOO on life and $10,Uw duulilc liability, paving JJ5.UU
week)) ihik-iiinii}.
KOOTENAY  AGENCIES LIMITED
ters. it is thoroughly up-to-date in
the tune of Its comedy and is a con
tuitions laugh from beginning to end
und Its bright and witty comedy and
it sparkling musical numbers and
popular son hits has made for it
tbe record breaker, Mr. Marks has
surrounded himself with nn excellent
compnny of farceurs, who never (ail
io keep the audience In good humor
throughout  the entire  performance.
Dr. Taylor, of Gulden, wus In    the
cily   Wednesday.
Mrs, McCanuel ol Kamloops Is
spending a holiday In Revelstoke with
her boh, and daugbtci In law . Ml.
and Mis. McCanuel, ol Third .treet
She will return i" Kamloops n*xt
Saturday, and will Iw accompanied
i'.v   bei     daughter in law.    who w
spend   the  siinimei   va a1 ll •    In   Kam
luops.
J.   K.  Mclean,     i...':    distl
. - ■:..,; be recently ran le i
ton.I   ty to N'akusp *.-.
■r an road    Mr. M
Burton's team a .
t for l        *       r mill
was tbt  hest  mountain roa     o
• *  ■   trip  high  i
■   meai - *
*..-..   • two
■ .
.
Mr.    '
tra •   .•       *'
tril
A lorrection
lu the high Bchool  i* port pu .
in   the   Mail-Herald,
erul errors In Cl
fuiluwiuj; .s the ' ■
Class  A—Exam
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French,   Latin  Grammar,  Lat      \
thors.    Several      exain.i.. '
beld in ..-. .*•    The m
ter each  uauie are  tue *•   ■     ...
tallied   in   i.m
per cent. Is a la
Fred   I
Average   7.'.
Val   Toml
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Ma]  .
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Bertl *
15.   Average
Alfred   I... I
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Itgl '.' il, 71, 51
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Don *
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'*, ■ • :   ,-i*
Irei.i*  Prw
■'     \ * i ig«
triad it i t , thai
18,   ' I     Avei i.-'
Hold Annual Meeting
The    annual      meeting of  t io  local
I,ranch ,.( lhe  B.C,  Auxiliary  tl    tbo
Canadian .Bible Society, was held
tbe l ll'   \    parlors on Frldaj  ,-■
ening    K.  B    Laing, president ,•:' i.m
b, occupied the i hati. nnd  '■•• * *
J    Knox  Wright,  ..(   .
trict    ecrctury,  .1, hv.
rk and alma
The i 'ana
tin- Brltisl                       :
which Iuu. at its ohj	
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translst
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t he
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$25 Reward
Last week some person or persons
went Into thc west end public school
grounds and broke a quantity ol
Rowers, Ihey were not content at
that, but Btrewed the (lowers ground
everywhere, lu consequence of this
the school hoard has offered a reward of $26.00 for information tnat
will lead to the conviction of the
guilty  parties.
The school hoard and Janitor T.
Steed have taken u great pride in
beautifying the schuol grounds with
flowers, etc., and the offering of the
above rewazd is u good act on the
part of the school hoard.
"llie White Squaw
n
The Toronto Globe has the following t" say "f the Canadian American
drama, "The White Squaw," which
Managers Tapping and AUwood oilers
to their patrons at tbe opera house
: v., Inesda] May 22. If the per -
formancei The White Squaw" at
•:.e Grand during the remainder     of
up to the initial
ition    uiven      last      evening,
icanl  -.its. Miss
iarKe  received  u  must  hearty
*
■
itlful tinge of HI
r   it      was
CGIilfiG EVENTS
May  20—Tom  Marks  Stuck  Co,    une
week, at Empress theatre.
May  22—The      While  Squaw,    in  the
opern house.
.lune    21—Fur      one    week,   National
Stock  Company,  Bmprosa theatre.
October 7—Managing     Mildred Upera
Co.,  Empress theatre.
FOR SALE—Small House, centrally
located. All conveniences. Easy
terms.   Box 73*3,  Hevelstoke. 2*1,
FOR SALE—One Team light horses,
also wagon and sleigh, at. u rons -
onable price, Apply to A.ltehinicie,
Uld Town.
WATEll    NOTICE,
Notice is hereby given that 80
days after date I intend to apply to
the Water Commissioner for Twenty
Miners' Inches of Water to he taken
from Davis Creek, nnd to he used for
Irrigation purposes on (he following
described land:—Part of the S. W.
One-quarter Section S3, Township 20,
Hnnge 2'.i. W., 5th Meridian, north of
Arrowhead, lt. ('[
Dated this 7th day uf May 1912.
ETTA O, HAIOH.
■ a   t I     •
It' 'iiii'in
II   "f  R T.   Ds
*
*.   Bl
HKWS-   DRUG   STORE
PERSIAN  ShEHBERT    I  .*..
,   bottles    SOc. Im li
CITRATE   OF    MAGNESIA
lie, oet bottle.
BARGAINS IN SOAP
Buttermilk.
Oatmeal
Heti«j Glycerine
Belize  i.iyiiTinc ,
Elderflower & Cucnmbei  |
25c
REXALt    CLYCERINE   80AP   Bight
i Miii- ( < Sskes for SOc.
CERMAN SIIVER LA0IE8' ME8H BAf.8
I i.'in   St   I      |l     * acellenl
Well Known Bonks
at 75c. Each     3 for $2
" The Inner Shrine '
Thi |ti iv Man "
iI i Harrier '
" Tin* Sllvei Horde
" I recklea "
" Spoilers
'' Tht Crisis '
bews THE REXALL STORE bews
Smart Clothing for Eastertide
NEW EASTER DEBBY ANO SOFT HATS
sprint: Shirts, pla    nr fa
double
EASTER  NECKWEAR
In Bro ' irrow or   iluwinx
ind.
SPRING SUITS  AND OVERCOATS   One has to see the
lari{r rstijte to havi   en Idea   if ind patterns they
have to ' h"'iM* from.
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Fit-Reform Clothing        StlflM  Hats        Foot-Rit* Shoes
Excels for
making
PURITy
FLOUR
Sold By" Hobson (T& Co.
REVHliSTOKR, B.C,
.STc,.ir:.t>*
Do not waste your energy nnd rack your nerves "shooing'' away
Hies,
BUY   SCREENS
Then yon will enjoy u quiet snooze, knowing you will nol lie
pested with iliosc horrid mosqultoeSi
We cun Bupply you with screens in nny sl/.e from lit Incbeu to 80,
and prices from 2llc  per yard up,
Extension Window Bureena Irom 2So, up.
Screen Doors, any size, from $1,76 to $2,75,
Our Hummocks are the npaiesi mid most comfortable nnd will
weiir the longest,    l'i ices from $21111 up,
.lust arrived a shipment of "York" and "Lawn Queen" high wheel
ball bearing Lawn Mowers Irom $6,50 up.
New corrugated hose guaranteed not to kink and will stum! steam
pressure, nlso plain I uliliei* hose.
Di, not. forget we carry a complete line of Gardening Tools and
Walei-in***" Cans.
MB. OARPENTKR, when you wtnt first-class tools, remember,
" we are the people."
PAINTS OILS AND GLASS.
Revelstoke Hardware Co., Ltd.
Howson Block
I   EMPRESS THEATRE  |
MOST UP-TO-DATE THEATRE IN THE INTERIOR OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA
TOM MARKS CO.
One Week Commencing
c^VlONDAY, MAY 20th, 1912
With
"THE MAN  FROM CANADA"
THE GREATEST HIT YET
\   POPULAR PRICES, 25-50
Plan at Macdonald's Drug Store
ilifi
wJL
GOOD BUYING IN REVELSTOKE PROPERTY
Real Estate is must reasonable just now in Revelstoke and for the shrewd
investor there is no time like the present to secure a home, a few residential
lots or a few acres for market gardening, as the railaoad development promised during the coming year will insure a very large increase in property
values.
A FEW SPECIALS
House on 25 Foot Lot, Third Street, West  $1200  TERMS
House on 50 Foot Lot, Third Street, East ,     $2650
House on 25 Foot Lot, Second Street, West      $1800
House on 50 Foot Corner facing Rjecreation Park  $3000       "
Fifty Feet on McKenzie Avenue, close in $1100       "
Fifty Feet Corner McKenzie cy4ve   a Snap at $1200       "
Small Market Gardening Plots or close in Fruit or Farm Lands at Special Prices
AN   EXTRA   GOOD   BUY
WE HAVE A FEW LOTS LEFT IN
MOOSE JAW, SASKATCHEWAN
Inside the mile and a half circle, only four blocks from car line, which
air over $50 per lot under market value as we can show you by cotn-
parison Ol prices in the Moosejaw papers, but as we have only a few
left, we will close them out at the old price,  which is a positive  snap  at
$175 EACH
One Quarter Down.   Balance Over 18 Months
J. B. WATSON REALTY COMPANY
Local Agency, Home Loan and Contract Co.
E. G. FOLEY, Manager, MacKenzie Avenue
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