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"Revelstoke, the Capital of Canada's Alps."
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Vol. 19-No 24
KKVEi.STOaE. B. C. MARCH 26. 1913
$2.50 Per Year
ST. PETER'S
CHURCH
CONCERT
The entertainment given on Monday
evening by tbe young people of St.
Peter's' church was an unqualified sue- (
cess. Mrs. Me 'ity has scored another
achievement as a first-class teacher of
Children, the results secured whether
in singing, dancing, marching or acting being alwaya artistic and flawless
Thai the audience fully appi. -lated
the s'uperiorily oi the performance,
was evidenced by tbeir demands for
i.n encore, or rather an entire repetition of ea. h item on the tirst half of
the program, front the moment that
lhe bewitching chorus of Highlanl
lassies appeared upon the stage. Miss
Lilian Hayword iang and acted the
bourne Scotch la-sie in the daintiest
manner, and Master clarence Lyons
made a sturdy Angus McKeo, getting
all the droll humor possible out of
the Part, li is seldom so captivating
a number Is s.en on our stage as this
Highland chorus.
Master Edmund Kiteaid had ., cold
which would have blighted an ordin-
ary hoy coon bui thsre was nothing
the matter with his acting. With his
j..x well dressed but shady friends he
denoiiii'ed all womankind. Tbe lock-
step march of tbe ia ll irds wa^. a
new feature in drills, nd made a
big hit.     Sei did their Kohinor shirt
stud-. I
In contrast to these dusky gentle-
m n, a group ni Spanish beauties then
danced upon the Btage with tambourines  and  pretty  gesturing.
"Sweet Stnotita" was H pictun , ....
number o: color n.o.ion. The two
lively |'iiii i; ii-. Mis- Dons McCa'"-
11 and Mi.-- Bernadlne Bunnell, .-'au.,'
theii duet sweetly, and danced with
tlu- grace and lightness oi fairies.
'ih.ir costuming i- especially worthy
of mention, for beauty and exuetness
ol detail.
l'o a ilj th ■ favor iti -loni- with
the older portion of tbi audience was
Uu double ■ itette oi tennis players.
'lh ie was Eome in ■ lo md ey. s par -
t i    lai ipealing in iln -i.-iit. of ihai
gio ip  of  hand o oj -  and    pretty
girls -o (.ail.i interinj the "Long
Lane (hat ha no Trrnlng," demand-
in a .1 • : e a only love as coin-
I ani'ii Thi cho its was so well acted as to appea ra hei .. a little picture of !• al lii . .mil 'he wholesome
outdoor  i . re  was  further    eu-
hance I by lhi lr frosh ten is cos-
ii,ic s all ■ " B] ii .n.l pandy. The
duet in this was well sung by Miss
I an bo . an 1 Mr.   \l! ,-ood.
During  the  li    rmi s -     ell    as
before the eon-ert the Revelatoke Orchestra i la select! it.
a  very  | leasing st..le, I
In the a o      i.   ' ,ne-.       who
was ealle I out ed town, tho lirsl olo
was taken h3 Wr, H n o d, and thl
final ■,,, v. ith the V imo" chorus,
by   Mr,   R lIj b  Lawn
The Bocond in rt of the program wa -
a  .a ' a I   i.. ui..  i d      "My  Tu u
Next.'1 I h pl I ,s of ihe .ii-i-i st
but  th ■ play wa    made I     feel ly   uaiur-
alu s- ,,r th-.1 ,c i im-.   ?.     Morgan Was
Well    lilllli Wit.,    his    , i     I    oi      l'a    ,,- .
cum Twitl r I       ,,i ,, hyecary
wl • ni irrl  i at   i I t r t  iepi ..i il
ui ha ie Mi i- rank ' M , "■' I i- good
In any rol      nd hi n   Bul is" wai
the coo ; ue m .1 ,i ■, . ' a i'is mi io
a nail, lh ie> lie eee a.i very fun-
ni     Mi    rim rles  I'ro'iini'i   ma lo       a
go 'd    I •    i onir   i -ial   traveller,
.md Mr. Hardman ; •„. ll mi aning but.
blundering farmer. Miss Lawson a;
"Mr-. Twitters'1 lool<->l lo' iy en-
ough to ac mini for he ar liu bandi
ctnil act d most natui i as did also
[Miss Woollinll in her small part. But
the honors fall io Miss Maggie Morgan of getting all the fun possible.
She is a talented little actios.* witb
decide 1 ability in ch; miter rolerf.
The entertainment closed about d):4.i
with the "Alamo"' chorus and "God
BaVe  tbe  King."
ALBERT
CANYON
NOTES
Good Friday was duly observed at
Albert Canyon on tbo evening of tbe
21st at 8 p.m., when the usual weekly service was conducted by the Pa8-"
or on the subject of the Resurrection.
The ohildrens' choir sang two anthems', tho first ona was entitled —
"Nature Voices," and tho second anthem was called "Bastcr Lilies."
Th't children were rigidly trained under the direction of Miss Blackberg,
their teacher, and tendered both anthems very successful.
The pastor, speaking from Luke 24
divi'ded his text iuto the two follow -
ing points.
First, as to the evidences of Christ's
Resurrection, there are both external
and Internal lines of proof that guard
this great ami sublime doctrine of the
(. hi istian faith.
Second, consider the practical purposes, the rest of C.urist is intended to.
work out in our own lives. He then
delivered an abstract masterly analysis from these points. The school
house was packed to the doors.
EXTOLS SCENERY OF
BRITISH COLOMBIA
W. W. Foster Addresses Coast Progress Clubs
on Scenic Capitalization - Road Expansion
—Tourist Travel-Parks and  Playgrounds.
a   •   • •
• The    Tune   is   near   foi   the    L. *
• A. ii. oi H. T.    annual   Dan*; •
• Opera House, Wednesday, March •
• 26th.   The  grea'e I   io ial  event "
• of the  Hen on. *
LIVED ON
WALRUS FOR
3 mon THS
Gottschalk, of ihe whaling schooner
Moras, reached Nome last night after
.. trip of one hundred miles over
breaking ice in Bering strait, witb
the news ol the losd of the schooners
Kil iwack and Moras, and hardships,
i ndured by members of the crews.
The - booners were caught in the
\-.c n'ur the Siberian -bore last fall.
and the crews landed boats to pre -
pare winter quart r-.. Belore the men
were able to huul all their provisions
or lake evi in ive preparation- for
th* winter a gr at storm arose, pre-
renting the return to tbeir boats.
During the storm the ice crushed
the schooners. The crews, consisting
of Gottschalk. Kor u, naturalist and
owner of the Kittlwack; Albert Gund
i rson and t.n.- Schroder stai ted out
in the remaining whale boat, in an
.''tempi iii i'i. : tiait through
Ihe o| en lead!/ n the gre it Ho is t i
the Seward  peninsula. Th"y encount-
red ., terrifli storm near Uig Diome-
des island and their boat was <mash-
. .1 in the surf. For iluee mouths the
men lUbsUted on walrus, livin ' in
but- cnnstructid o: stoieS, and i,-e,
before they were aV.e to attempt th.'
. ■ over th Irok. n i. e io the
Seward peninsula and Nome,
Y.M.C.A.
WtEKLY
NOTES
GYM  EXHIBITION.
Tbe lim   is last approaching ior tbe
great       priug con erl     ihe pro i  ct
are for ,.,      md u tei.dance.     This is
n entertain   '-n:   .i  i.hicb everybody
forward h     Int n st.     fhj
work ihat wl ■ be p on this year
..i I be we-ii woi th se In -.   Thii ■ tbi
li ion will l, • hi ..I at      hi co nmenc-
iti; at 8 o'c'.ock shut...   T'aose     wb.i
o.ne alter 8 o'clock Will mis-  the lust
part, tucr.' will be  pl my of fun in-
lermingled with skill anl during.
Tbe management i.as • n ag'-d the-
services of Mr. Vum Yi iii McKillmui-
ryop, the most original and comical
man under he -tin or moon cither,
producing an enormous volume o.
mirth and laughter, this will pleaee
lhc kiddies.
Home wonderful deeds of decidedly
luring deviltry nic to be shown right
■id.- up and otherwise.
The gr.'atcst bunch of Hoodlum Ak-
Kro-Bats travelling today, will per-
iorm some astonishing hazardous and
lair raising feats, vou should see
ibat your bats aie securely 'astem-d
to your kno'i. also that your wigs
,ii.. glued wlnn these h.iodlums per -
' form.
The price i.f almi -ion will be 50c.,
f.ir adults, and '-'"ec. Ior children, show
lo eouiiiicnif a'  S o'clock sharp.
Tbo-" whn COtne early will secure
tlie l>est seats.
"Nature has been lavish with her
gifts lo this province. The fjords of
Norway, the Alpine beauties and lakes ol Switzerland, and the magnificent
forests of France, .,11 unsurpassed in
natural scenery, are to be found combined  in British Columbia..'
Tba above statement constitutes an
epitome of tbe int'resting and eloquent address delivered by Mr. W.W.
Fo-t?r, Deputy Minister oi I'ublic
Works, at the Progress Club luncheon
yesterday on "S enic Capitalization in
British Columbia.'' It was an author
itative statement on thi great scenic
beauties of the province, and accompanying it was an outline of the work
of opming up new highway^ to make
the scenic splendors more easily ac -
cei-'si iie to tourists. The address was
followed with the do-est attntion by
the largest gathering of business men
of the present season.
Mr. Foster said: "It was at ;l gathering of the Progress Club of Vancouver last year that ib" term 'Feature Reads' wa-' lir.-t used to distinguish certain iou! construction underway—which was parti ularly intended
to implement the capitalization of th'i
s.enie- regimes oi tbe province— The
term bein1; used in default oi a better
one, as we ne d no prompting io ap-
presiate the fact that practically all
our roads' are scenic, an,d that what-
ever part of th- province we travel
v.foe's gilts hav.' i.ecu scattered with
a lai ish hand.
"On that occa-ion you met to eon
-ider the Highway system of British
Columbia, and thc steps . eing ta teu
to -c ure go d rials for it- p.opl •,
and today you have been good enough
to give in the opportunity to supple-
inenl Unu was aid upon that o •
e.s.mi. by a short a our.i of the coa
nection between ibe Department of
public Works and the capitalization ol
Brlti li Columbia'- scenery, or in other  word-,  . ur  i a'me   roads and  par's
.•eh      ■ nt.
"Ill  th '   M'SI   plai Pl 11 litlll'e of
the money vote tor public works i- to
■over an aria exceeding  four hundred
•: lies     pai    ly   populated     In
less  than one  person    pel
■ [uare     mile—with  phy.-hal    features
which  nre hide develo ment  fro a anj
, thus nl ; c'ing       read
n   n areas  remote       from
utatloi   where it is   ioi
cult, and  with vastlj  di
ilin.-  geo'o ical  and  clime i    conditions to reconcile standards to,
Tho alities ol lhi
\ in •■   ire all in th i  Inii lal -inge     of
.! iveloi'■' nl    less  than   one-third  th i
roa o   thi   pi o ince ba  bc n
ted.
■ Bi .t    .     Colui    ia     '■"  ■■   e     ii ■
create-t compact ,.i a  ..'    merchant
alile timber in North   Vmerica—un ur
.,■>. .1 and unciu     '..  •   ept where it
a ent to t   in«i ortationf
ROAD EXPANSION
Ne.t.. must b" mad     •   lh   fa I
. ■ ■, now  12,
_:    n .' - . f    r. a i   ind    1300 tra
of ri ael an 1
170 of trail ten yea: ■ ago, deman I
on for ma nt n.n c along linen
conforming to the modern road build
ey adopt1 1 Whilst another con
lingent circumstance to remember in
t.ny disVussion of tbis nature is that
the i ads and road building methods
ot B few year- a.io are obsolete, for
it ha- beeri absolutely demonstrated
that there existed on tins continent a
loss in marketing produce little short
of a national disgrace; the cost trans
portation averaging 27 to 28 cent per
ion per mile Instead of 8 to 10. A
new factor, the automobile, has arriv.
id in transportation, which has created n very peculiar condition of affaire
"There has been no more destructive
agency upon poor rouds than the au-
tomo'dle, which in wp' weather cuts
th-m to pice-, an,l in dry scatters the
remains broadcast; but surely the spir
it of this age—the age ol progress,
i nd he enterprise ol British Columbia
demand.-, not the curtailment of improved method- of locomotion,      but
rather an Immediate change in methods of road construction and muintcn
i nee, and. may 1 say in passing, that
upon whut are da-'sed as standard
ii a.l-. the auto is preferable to the or
iliniry vehicle—this experience oven
applying to oiled macadam, such as
laid on tbe Mariue Drive round Poinl
Grey.
"We have further to remember, and
tlii- i- the finest indication of the permanence of prosperity, that the people
ot every section of the province ari?
i ntrrprising and optimistir—believing
that their particular lo ality is th"
best and should receive increasing rec-
o. nition in the way of transportation
to implement the development that i-
leotind lo come.
SCENIC ASSETS.
"Therefore, gentlemen, when wc enthuse over the wonderful seinic aud
climatic a^set of British Columbia and
anyone who thinks at all about it i-
I onnd io become an enthusiast— an
a-sei too that can be capitalize I an.l
made revenue-producing without any
i.rain Natures original gift, o' wh-u
as often the case, the Nature lover or
the touriot tells us we are paying too
little attention to our scenic gilts, we
must po.ut to our limited means In
comparison with the demands made
upon the treasury to .o.c witb th •
development that despite tbe already
wonderful accomplishment is at its
leginnlnj.
"'ihe revenues of th. province bavo
..-icicas"d by leaps and I oun.is — pcr-
miti n , for 1913-14 an appropriation
of practically six million dollars for
ihe. r.uod loads program, a magnificent sum wlnn it is considered that
Lhe total expenditure for nine yegrs
from 1901 to 1910 was only six ar..l a
half mi lion; and wc might well be
considered reckless of the heritage eu-
trusted to our kct'|in.\ if irom that
amount something rotild no: be Bpar-
e d to implement the development o'
our -c. ni.- resource-', particularly in
new of the ia i that railroad facilities and the advent of the automobile
i ollsh I distances, and create I
a '1 - i an 1 fro n the oul '■■ for admittance to the Wo d rl ml ol British
( olumbia,
"That an   expenditure designed   to
•e tourist   traffic  is a Wise     iu-
' .■ tm nt is, of ci ■   . ..ci . and li
need- no words of mine to lell such a
■li i a ■ t: is the e': a
.- adj volume of tourist tralfii—directly in the stimulation of all
of commercial enterprise Indirectly
in the i i bli 'lty i '.\ n oui ii ou es,
el as a na'ii.al corollary, h ir .Ic
■nent.
TOURIST TRAFFIC.
"Switzerland ha   built up :l
I raffle     worth one hundred and rdty
millions annually  wiib a  country  the
of Vancouver i lai •'■ and an Al-
p.n '  al   a   as   I a ii al.   .. ilich       do 'S
not   ' ■   m  li h that     of
British Col i    Frani  . whos ■ for-
pai      have been
t 'ini-!.-' by lhe million ieiclves an ps-
om '. urco     ol
C\e Hundred mi lion dollai   per    an
num.   Tho enterprl Ing country south
. il a ba el aside large a"'a I, a !
I y  judicious   road  ci n-'iru. tion,    mad"
i hem a' cessiblo to the i e pie. The
Dominion of New Zealand, about one
ii H er the sl/   British Columl ia.
has three times iis population, which,
of eour-c gives aii immense initial ad
•. until"'; .n the oth'T hand, the' faot
that it is one thousand miles from tbe
i ■ continent makes its successful
elTurts to popularize tourist tratlic al-
mo-i remarkable. Yet we lind New
Zealand, like Australia, willi a tour-
e t. an,i health resort depai tment under the direction ol a minister, making a specialty of its tourist truffle,
iini conducting it as a BUCeeihful busi
ness venture.
"Now, if New Zealand finds in pro-
inaiiie' lo maintain such a department
what a possibility l» before British
Columbia wiih its great Imperial con
nection and a population of ninety
millions ncio^s an Imaginary line    n
SIR RICHARD
SPEAKS IN
CALIFORNIA
Berkley, Cal., March 23—Sir Richard McBride, Prime Minister of Brit -
Uh Columbia, made the principal address at the Charter Hay cxer-ises of
the University of California today. A
largo crowd assembled in the Greek
theatre anid heard the Canadian slates
man arraign the present methods of
university education and recommend
more practical  tra ning.
At the conclusion oi his address the
degree of Doctor of Law- was , on-
ferred on the university's distinguished guest by President Iten.amin Id"
Wheeler.
In his address at the Greek theatre,
Sir Richard urged the necessity ol
practical education, fitted to th.' requirements  of   the world's  work.
Universities, he asserted, should
.■hange their methods aiming primarily to develop individuality und teach
students to think fo themselves.
Those self-made men who regret th'
meagrcness of their early schooling,
piobably would not have achieved sue
cess, b ■ affirmed, had they been .-ol -
l"ge trained.
few miles distant. Iio.v vast, too, are
our scenic resources compared to those
of any other country—the limitless Al
pine area, waterways and forest, and
the shores of the Island or Mainlan 1
a golden coast indeed, with counties-
sounds and fjords Inviting explore -
lion.
"Uut two additional ia tors are required before Uritish Oolumbia at -
lain ' first i lace as a tourist resort-
transportation and publicity. The objection cf initial distune-e has beon
oven ome, ihe lirit:sh bock to Switz
ei land, not so much on a-count of its
proximity, but because it is knowu io
them,.tb,. mountains oi British Colum
bia a'e on a vaster and grander scale
—but al i I'S.-nt their grundeur i- a
e lo.-ed chapter to tho ordinary tourist
"The Canulian Pacific Railway Com
pany has done' magnificent work, in
:.: t, all lhe advertising so 'ar undertaken of on. mountain resorts ha-
'been through iheir good efforts, whilst
when the Grand Trunk I a ific is con
i ict ■ a wonderful irip will be available through the ,nd Selkirks
by C.P.R. then up the cua-t and reluming through th" mountain stretches oi th' northern inten r passing
through the new Robson pari , but tho
great need is for connecting roads
and trail t . opi ii up I ' les bid
di n in vast  areas at  presi nt
:   IW       'ee "       !    A . -      at        III-
e onvi ii .       . . !       .a -■."
PARK  SCENERY.
Mr. Foster ■ losed hi
with somo figures and details
81 rathcona  Pal :>.   w bi       .*
woul I -oon be the Bn do
main on ths     c.en iu n .    Ho pointed
out  lhal    o far Little more   ban bui
veying bat    een don a tesult
ni the   in vej
i rnmeni had
i ize oi thc  : a      to   0
Contrary to th ■ ;i neral idi a. ' ■ •■ park
was neai ir     \. na u
■   ai . -   t       I     ..ii        on :
thc | ark 1... 11 ■!....
■   '
■1 ;i
series toi inolint.l
A  road lit
O III I-'  -1     '..     lhe    Im 1 lhi .1
.ai 1 in i ime road
ed all   hm i.h the doman ms
i        ible irom   Several points
Those Old RjbLtTS
The Bchool     children are n   ■■
. oils ting old nib! e r   for the     tiiri '
Auxiliary  to  the     Victoria    He
tnn.l  and  have ,-i very reSpei   B
lection already.   A   toon a   th" snow
leaves there will W. A systematic hotisV
to bouse canvass by organ,/e.l   committees,   lu  the meantime     all  thos..'
who have  old  rubbers  and  wdl      end
ihem  to Hi" home' of Mrs.        Hr',
l.ausi.n  will do a good  work.      It  la
expected that nt least a ton of  rub -
hers  can  hc  collecti-d  in   this  city    tl
help  along   the enterprise.
(ild rubbers of an\ dimension! will
I e ar .pied from the infant size to
ihe No. 11 worn by the average bad
of the house, while the misses rub*>ers
no matter bow badly worn will be
aecepted.
CUPID CLUB
PROMOTES
MATRIMONY
Ravenna, Neb, March 19.—In this
town, where the girls of marriageable
ace -lightly outnumber the men, the
young women bave organized "an aid
10 Cupid club," with a set of oilicers
and a declaration of principles', tho
leading one of which, the members
frankly confess, is to promote matri-
•noti\. Th.' l"a|. yi ar pivrngativ, the
young women announced, wa- all but
a Bat failure', and now tbey declare
they will carry their crusad right
into the camp of tho enemy — The
young men. The identity cf the offlc -
ers, for prudent r asons, is kept
Secret, but weekly me-tings are held,
and  a  vigorous .-ampaign  promised.
The unnamed secretary has issued
her first pronouncation, a breezy
production, in which she speak- not
only of her-elf, but for the members
of  ih.' club.
Her declaration i-' as follows:
"I hate' io be blunt, but a lot of
th"-e Ravenna hoy- surely n'ed a
good joltin_-. There are a hundred or
more marriages le L'ir!~ In ibis t iwn,
nnd down in their hearts every one
of tbem willadrrit, If h" .- honest,
that ther ■ is a mob . '. al I ^.iied
young men who are cleverly side-stepping marriage. I ean name 50, scat-
i.'i ■ .1 all the way from Bi 1 Town to
Blooly Rt 'ii, v ho ou_hl to be en-
■■!. Every • n ,.; them has one
or more 'J his -'ad- Sundays
he works her folks for a eh; k n dinner,  w. ars out the    parlor    sofa     on
o my night«, and pi Idles his little
pet line of I imi ntal ush it when
a good •■ ■ ■ mo- t . own . is the
vanish ng kid. He g il a'one or
I as .-'jtne woik to do.
"I am pretty wi ll i ro I le '. n j -• ;
and iie youth, tha to
in  in hi-    'tw   liv    a  ..   '    theory
must  gO    ome.
"No v, I 1 ave bad the • -irong
arm ■ til
and  i  ha ■ om -
out  Sun.lay  ni at a
Ion dy li.'1 a - until   I
n !■>  h art,   but 1   au    .,:
waj s co mt ci . way
when the i ■      • ' o hi
loin ; in the line.
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NOTICK •
All   ■ ban-c    of  ads   nnl>t  posl- •
tie ly   be  banded  in o  thi* oltlce *
by Mon lav evening In order that •
Ihe change  -bad  at par in  Wed- *
n sda'. s  Issue  and  i ny  changes •
d id io"    B ' in laj's    issue *
must     !><•     ban ied in not later *
than  Thins lay  •.    in- of    each *
wek.   Business m n plei-e take •
note of the above.                      ^H
* PAQE TWO
THE MAIL-HERALD,REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,  MARCH 2G,  1913-
e
DO YOU WANT A HOMESITE?
We have some splendid buys on our list
at the present time.
80 Feet,  north   side Fifth   Street,   between   McKenzie and Orton Avenues    $2,000
Double Corner, South-E:tst Eighth Street and Orton
Avenues    $1,600
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
Ii IHN  IV SIBBALD, Prrs.
J.  I). SIBBALD, JR., SBC.
*Sa=
EARLY 3
I   m isting   of every  conceivable size and make of
Hats, Gloves, Shoes  and Underwear;   also a must
extensh-e stock  ol   Neckiies  of every  shade  and
tj le.
We li'.: ■ a'.- i i specially fine assortmenl of samples
I ei " ir Spring Clothing Ord ir Departm let.
}    Pointed Paragraphs of Provincial Interest    J
JL% ,-;,.;, -;...*.■«  «,. 't.'fe-TV-iv-tkiav-* "k.-%.-<W•»••% ♦^.•fc^aV^."«k.-%''«k. 'V\. "n.-*.  viVI
The Liberals are boasting     of their     London, March 12—Sixty-eight    wo-'
ability  lo ki'ep  the  Union  Jack Hying  mm were drowned today ln the swam
over     Parliament  Hill,  but (boy evi -  ping  of a  bout on Lake Scutari,  au -
dently onject   io  helping to keap     it    o'ding  to a  Vienna despatch to the
Hyin , over the  pathkss seas. iLondon Express,
Vancouver's      Women's     t'lul;— The Reciprocity  in  I'lll,  Separation     in
Vancouver  Women's  Club,  Ltd.,    has 1913.   Verily the Liberal party       has
given     the     prescribed formal  notiee fallen     upon evil     iluys.   Sir Wilfrid
thai  nexl  month it* corporate     name i'oiiih     determined     thai his epitaph
will   lie changed  to  that of the  Van- hall nol   be "A Uritish subject I was
couver Woman's Building,  Ltd. hum. a British subject  I will die."
Exhibit of Flowers— Colwood Worn- Win.   Davidson,  ex.presidenl   of Dis-
an's   In titute  held  its nionilily  meet- trict 6,  Western Federation of .Miners,
,n Tiie day   lasl,  the hyacinths :..,s  iiem laid up for iwo weeks, but
giown  by     iiMMiiiir'    were exhibited, v .• hear he is able to got around ag-
M -      GosS3    getting    lirst, and Mrs. ain.    li   appiais thai   ho had .inst ar-
\   nness se mi,1 prize,   An excellent pa ii.nl   in   Van oti.er    rom   ihe   Porou -
pi    ..I    read by Mr . Hadlow, cntitl- , in.' district  wh n he fe.t  himself all
,.,!   "Two  Things   Ks   nti il   to    Good in     He is ex] e leil  lo 1 avo the const
11, al h.'' om tli ■ int iri r ihis week-end.
el ., ; m. I ny Ra Ift'ay- A mooting of Christiana, March 23.—Fifteen por-
b n i - Bay Railway Co., which is sons were killed ly ava'anch s al 2
1 ar., iiit fi hi of the Roes-Mc- places on tho northern si,i.i of the Jo-
Larcn Company's lumbering opera- ctcdal glacier yesterfay. Th ■ slides
lions on ihi* I land, Is to bo held at were caused by an abnormal quantity
Bam I on the 23rd proximo, when '• »now. Tha bodies of the dead were
busin ss  of  importance  in relation  to    ug  out   to.'ay  nnd Beven  other    per-
,ii- who were livin-j on tho same
'arm- uli n ihe' avalanches occurred,
e>, re  r scued  alive.
SCHEDULE PROVINCIAL    ELECTIONS     ACT.
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Fit-K.efo.-ta Clothing Stetson Hats Foot-Rite Shoes
^M■e^■^TlT^SJ^lP^^^^^-Ty^"^-o-*'**^*!*^^'^^<**^<^v' ~
GOING OUT OF BUSINESS
In Msn's Furnishing Department
. Sox, Tweed Vv.iU, Hsavy Top Shirts,
etc., reduced to cost. . . . .
John Mclntyre & Son
First Street.
Telephone No. 93
SWIFTS
iiiiBiEarxTntiTiTwriiriiin¥Tnriin*T~'nwiwMiiii i i iiiiii miiir""***"**-**"-
Blood and Bone
FERTILIZERS
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the list of Voters for the Revelstoke Electoral District has heen cancelled, nnd that applications to b»
placed on the Voters List will be received at my Office at Revolstoke,,
where printed forms of affidavit to he used in support of an applioatloiu
to vote will be supplied. Tho list of persons claimfhg to vote will be sus-
pmded from and after the seventh day of April, 1913, and a Court of Revision will be held on the nineteenth day of May, and notice of objections
to tho insertion of nny name on the Register of Voters must he given ta
me thirty clear days  hefore tho holding of the Court of Revislonf
Dated this Third day of March, 1913.
1st iss. M.5, 3w. E. EDWARDS,
Registrar of Voters for thu     Revelstoke     Electoral      District.
y y>^
proposed development  activity  will he
t.r.,n ae ted.
Govirn.nent     Ag3nt      Retiring—Mr,
E. li.  ,-hi|ii: an. ; o.iTii neal  ag nt at
■, ntleman for some thirteen
Ka di
year-   ;a-t   actively   Identified willi ili,'
[ lovin ial      i.i , .  is rei ii Ing at     the
Conservatives of ihe city of Victor-
a, i ' lhe n iml "r of n ally : 00, len-
l-Ttd th.-ir hi arty appro al of tha
■aii i tn . n h.. lhe Ho inion govern-
in,1 of t'.-.e present "s ai j ar, the m.nl in re ard to lhe iii.nl ..n.siian
posi ioa elii.ii he va-.ates being iill.-.l ho.v und r discussion, on th.' occas-
hy i ij i in a. tion oi Mr. Stenson,
next   in  se lioi lty in  his  ollice   ".all.
Smith Fails, t nt., Manh 2I Alex.
.iii.l'i MacLean, o! Smith Kails, »a-
1 n.i, ii . i marriage :,i Mrs. Hannah
CVlddle o.' Elk Rapids, Michigan. Both
th' bri I an 1 room ar doaf mutes,
i n I ih ■ < i",'ie on . aa a ef rm 11 al
i he ho i 'ei' M i. and Mrs. Tbonia i
e i an, b ith of who n at mu es. Re7.
'>;'.  Mn      y o ■■ is id, and  . he bri le's
■ •.   .     e    . iei tilO
at    h ■   .v dding    upper    i her ■
■   B,
ii     .     Pa., M i'i.ous -
..  i  i   ,,;
■'■ n     several liiin •
ish, were     olei
the ho o" (harle    M. £
.   :■       ,1   III : I ■ 1
li    Ti ito ,        30
on of i hi ii an ti al maetin . i ndcr the
■■ • I' ' be i'mm ra \ soc'a ion,
Id i'i ■ .1 ber day in the A.O.U.W.
! all. 'I his en i ni nt wa .- pro Bod
ei lb : i ,: ,i. ., i. sol ,i ion, moved
y I' ia er n ayor It ickwlth, and sot-
ii od ' y R. W. Perry, pre iei nt of
'. ■ ' ana liar. * lub.
■ Ith   i ,'  11 ■  ivoi      he' I  ii,. all  over
I ■• Don ;-';  a.    .rli largo    . nu r rises
I!',    d m ai    . I  ilie      Wetland
i    ■       ' bul din    of    Ihs Hu Ih  n -
: ay   liai... iy  a   I  Hi ■  , om  . n ement
:      ! eor ian Baj  Ci nal  .:. layod in
1 ■   i'.   the t i eral  ie oJkade   In
■ in. tha    r ", lo   of     Canada
■•■ill I now  \ hom Io ; la   e tor ii all.
■ ''■     i '    a.,. . .-j  ... ,, ,, h;n ry  i i at  a
till      i ■■ ai      of it e  inordinate
• f a man « ho plao a i etty po-
la
lhe : ■ a ml  a Ivunla t: o'
'•"iin.,     .      Mar h be  Grand
' ''    ; il Hn    | ! in     a       the
e ai   "   ic   i ihi e
ns to ba ro due ■• i
" ' li ■     com-
n/ « the i m loym nt of
■i' a,i Includ-
■ I ! bran-
h n
"     :., ■ i;   tho
B. r.
a   whieh
and    ilie
,-.'.     i ue lh-
aide on
pio  in ;
ll '     alto
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.Sealed Tenders addressed lo the undersigned, and endorsed '"lender for
Wharf al Willow Point, B.C.," will be
received at this ollice until 4.00 P.M.,
on Monday, April 11, 1913, for the
construction of .i Wharf at Willow
1 o'eiit, District of Kootenay, B.O,
Plans, specifications an.l form of
(ontract can, lie se n an.l forms of
lender obtained at ihis Department,
and at the offices of C. C. Worsfold,
lis.|., Disl rid Engin er, New Westminster, I!.II.; J. P. Forde, Esq.., District Engineer, Hevelstoke, B.C., and
on application to the Postmaster at
Willow Point, B.C.
Persons lendetlng are notified that
tenders will not bc considered unless
made on (lie printed fonus supplied,
and signed with their ilm,nal signatur-
e , slating their oc upations and placid of 11 Kile ive. Iii ihe easo of firms,
ilie actual signature, ihe nature of
ih- o upation, and place ot residence
of em h member of the" firm musl ha
given.
Each tender musl ho acco npaiiied
by an ae-opted chaque oa a cbarterod
I ank, payable to tha order of the
Honourable lha Minister of Pulilie-
Works, eVal (o ten per ccni U0 p.c.)
of 'he ai i tint of the t nder, which
will l-,e forfeited if lho person tendering de' line lo enter into a contract
wh n railed uron to do so, or fail to
complete tho work contracted (or. If
thc tendei bo nui accepted tlm cheque
will  ho returned.
Thr Department  i'o ■ ;• nol  bind itself
lo ac?opt the lovre I   or any  lender.
Dy order,
li ''.  I BSROCHERS,
Seii.tary.
: artmi nl  . f I'r 11 ■ Works
Ottawa, March 14, 1913.
Newspapers will not I paid for
Ihis advertisement if they insert it
withoul authority from (he Department.
•st issu,' Mr.  22, 2t.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Tenders will be • •■ iv d until March
29, 1913, for iho or tion of a Standard  No.   I Se- lioa  I foil B al   Bi anions
Jun lion.   Plan     and    ... el   a Ion
a    he obtained    t tl     Re ident Bn-
Qffice. Re     toi e.
M.  K,  M QUARRIE,
!w.       iti  ide '  En ince,.
SrH0PS!S   OF C0A«. MiWING
REGULMiaMS.
Coal miiiitin: rights ol tho Dominion
In Manitoba, Saskatchewan nnd Alberta, thc Yukon Territory, the
Vortb-west Territories and in a portion of the Province of Uritish Columbia, may he leased lor a terra of
twenty-one years at an annual rental of $1 mi acre. Not more than
2,.riC<l iicrca will ho leased to one applicant.
Application for loaeo nuiBt he made
ley tho applicant in person to the
\Kent or Sub-Airent ruf the district
in wbich tbe rights applied for ".ro
•ittiated.
The lease will Include tbe coal mia-
ini{ rif;lit.H only, lr.it the lessee may
ne permitted to purchase whatever
available eurface rights may he cou-
stdored necessary i.ir tbe working ot
the mine at the rate of Jiu.00 an
acre.
In riv -,',: '■ •■:.'.• Dip land must
'ee clesrrlhed lv secttoiia, eer legal
Kiili-elivlRiona ••! sections, miel in im-
-eerve'V.'.' i,i ' ■ y tbe te'ict i|i|i|ie,l
■,,i slmll no ri , ,i..; ,,i,; ny the ay -
plicaut   himself.
Kach applicai' nrist be accompanied by a fee of t:> which will lie re-
funded if the rlgl ta anplied [or aro
not available, imt not otherwise. A
royalty shall he I dd on the nier-
cbantalde outpul   of  tbe mine al   the
rale   ol tl   pel    ton.
Th   i'e      a operating i be mine shall
'ia nish t bo  ' ■ b i returns
nccountlng for tho full  quantity     of
merchantable coal mined and pay tho
royalty  thereon.    II   tbe  coal   miuiug
I e not I elng operated,    Bucb
returns should   he  furnished  at toast
once a year.
For full Information application
ehouhl be made to the Secretary of
the Dopartim nl nt i he Interior, Ottawa, or to the Agent or Bub-Agent
of Dominion  Lands
W. W. OORT,
: iCTORS
T n I.t   will   l      .. I   •     iho un-'
ned, until noo h, i 113
,    'III'     \l
row] ,    to    Ar-
■ i on tho     : b      ap Bub-
•i   M B, ii   to M.B. 45.
.'ions   ■■ ay le a'n d      at
of lhe 1       Ion Bn fin Br.
H.  II.  \>.   I ',|       i an.
m K,   '" Quarrle
li nl   i'n ;n>- i   Revi l ilofce
Wai
DISSOLUTION  OF   PARTNERSHIP.
NOTICE i   hereby given that thoco-
tofore    u si ting    be-
■ m. en thc    ■ I, under tho firm
of   Hovel io' e  I lumblng,  Heat-
in i and   Sh al ' 'ompany, at
! oi  i lob', B.I'.. ha • bei n this     day
did nl e e I      i               al eon "lit.      Tho
will hercafier he carried     on
by Sidney  '' bj   whom    all
debts of the i ild and
lei whom all oul                    I   unts duo
iei firm are to be i aid.
itoke, B.C., F bruary L4th,1913
ng, H  iMng,
any.
S.  Humphreys.
P. Bent.
im.
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BANK
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23,677,730
27.4'>7,090
■ . ■    . -      -      -        33,090,192
Has R3 Brai in Cam        I I d Afinnts and CorrespondontB In all
the Principal t itics in tho World.
% ceNrnAL i '"."i'ir, misiNEBe transacted
SAVINGS  RANK  DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Interest allowed nt hiKheet curront rate.
Rovelst.-kc Cranch   VV.  H.  PRATT, Manager	
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J.P.SUTHERLAND
Trail ;fcr      Di
HandMn   I ... o , eity
Phone 42 -   Niuht Phone H5
SWE^GaM
nucWly  «■ | ,
thr  !hroat anJ lun,.
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All   Ii'i    . ^   ,
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LANDSCAPE GAR
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32 PAGE lOnSTA
RASER
^ALLEY
URSERIESLti>
'FJICHAR0 MiCOMb.CCHlMGR
.BOX.A.ALDERGaGVE.'.i.C. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26, 1913.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGB THREE
There is Now a Market
FOR REVELSTOKE PROPERTY
List Your Holdings With Us
For a Quick Sale
We have the Buyers
If Your Prices and
Terms Are Right.
J. B. Watson Realty Co.
R. R. COLE, Manager.    Local Agency American Casualty Co.
C. P. Ry. PL
M
Will Build   h dditional Tourist Houses For
Mountain District Travel.
—j
The Revelstoke Boot, Shoe and Harness
Repairing Department
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
MAKERS   OF    FINE   WELT    SHOES
The style, the workmanship and wear
And comfort born of every pair;
Of 20th Century welts that's sold
Will draw new trade, and hold the old.
Children's Shoes
Another shipment to hand of the above line
which includes nn Al assortment. All sizes,
pretty shapes, all prices. The makers of these
shoes stand behind every pair with a guarantee
nf their durability.
MRS. A. 6. CRICK.
FIRST STREET
Union   Hotel
JUST NKV.LY REPAIRED
RATES,
$1.50 PER DAY
Laughton <& Tapping, Props. First Street, Revelstoke. B. C.
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
Eurcpean Plan
Open Day and Night. - Meal Tickets. $6.00
MONTHLY BOARD
^mm<
/
H. J. liiLLl.LL). Ini it:
Strictly First Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with  Bath
L
''Although last season was a record
one Irom ths point of tourist and immigrant traffic, there is not the least
doubt but that this year's returns will
show a ijig increase in both directions
The rush of immigration has started
already, and according to advices
Irom Winnipeg ibe figures for Maieh
will be the greatest for this month in
the history ol Immigration to th*
prairie  provinces.,'
The speaker wa^ Mr. CB. Mi'Pher
son of Winn.peg, assistant passenger
tratlic manager of tbe C.P.R. who is
at the Hotel Vancouver, lie' is return
ing1 from a three wou-ks business trip
to Oalifomia an.l will l-.i.e for tin'
Eas't tonight.
"Las' y.ar our mountain hotels
were lo.vded tu their utmost capaei
ty all summer," be continued to a re
pres, ntai-e of the N.ws-Advertiser,
"During tbe winter wc bave made ex.
tensive ad litions to the hotels at
Field, 1 a ; i and other points in order
to pro. ide accommodation ior many
extra guests. Later om we will probably establish hotels at several other
LANAdA
\A/c.Lo0iV»hb
points along the Rockies, which are
admirably suited for the purpose. The
tharms of the Canadian Rockies have
beiome known all over the world and
the tourist travel is bound to increase
year by year. That is the reason why
more hotels will soon be necessary.
"A feature of ihe immigration ti'af-
tie- ol tbe C.P.R. last year was tho
great number of people! whom we carried over the Rockies Into British Columbia. The potentialities of this pro
vine are becoming better knowii in
the Mother Country and thousands o.(
ltritih firmer-, wh.i do mil care for
lite on tin' prairies will tindhere the
diversity of scenery and agricultural
cl (iit. which iliey pref'r. We handled
u record numlier of British immigrants
lasl -ea-un, and many of tbem came'
through to ibis province.
"In order to cope with ihe expected
large tourist and immigration travel,
we are putting on another train be-
tween Winn'peg and Van ouvcr. Tkis
will g-l.'o us four daily trains an.l is
i best inl'Icalion of ihe rapidly in-
creaslng travel to lira West."
Weekly and monthlj rates to be arranged.       Meal Tickets, 21 meal ■ foi -
FIRST STRKKT, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
A   P. UBVRSQUE, Proprietor
rimiAUU £
What Dr. Barnn.lo ha- dene tor
the Old Country and for Canada cannot be too well and widely known and
Rev. W.J. Mayers is now holding meet
ings cn purpose to tell ihat iut.-i st
ing and remarkable story throughout
ih • Dominion.
Mr. May. rs is the Senior Deputa -
tion Secretary of the In-tituiion and
one cf Dr. Barnardo's oldest Iriend-.
He ha brought with him ten specially trained o -' from one of the Lou-
.!<in Homes, ftho, iy tb ir rendering
ni :i vei \ tint' and varU 1 pro ram of
music, will evidence the care that has
heen I stowi-d upon them. They arc
aeioni in.ed i their musical instruc
tor,  Mr    I i.   tari n.
In  E . ' u ualia    these
mu-:; a    mc   in -   have   11 en  b
by thi o      ■■    ■■ and n ver fail
in ;;   i m i ,   m tl.e w  r i.
Alreadj   larg li nc     have assembl
ed in I ace     of
the     P    "       B 1 111  "
I'h      r   ■ a .■ ,n t e Do nin-
ii.n of ovei
ba ■       i.      .       i       bj    liis ;
r-dcao nination-
al Insti om    a tril ut    to
tbe greal        of i '■' ty and
■
  I record ba -'      re-
Uarnardo's enn rat -
ars. II
Is  I evhei    er      Mr. layers,
an go thej      will
nterested I
I
a m
ny, and      t ie
ii Cana liana will not
i el attention   to
■b of the visit oi tho
i a to thi       town.
D
colun
m tfsiKn.
An Oner Thai   invtives   ho   Risk
ior 1'hcse Who Accept it
We are so positive ceir remedy will
relitiv e constipation, that ive oiier to
furnish It free oi all cost If it fails.
Conotipatiou Is caused bj a weakness of the nerves and muiscleB o. the
large IntestinsB oi descending colon,
to expect rcle.. you in st therefore
tiiiu up aid strength n those organs
and restore them to healthier activity.
We want you to try ii ■:■...li Orderlies on our guaian i . i. are eat-
eii like can ly, and are i ari Icularly
ideal for children, '.hey act directly
in the nerves aud muscles of the
... Is. i h .. .; .■ ;, neutral action
cu the oth r organs or glands.   They
i not purge cr ca u ■ Me. Inconven-
. n , i ha r. 'J hi y a t to overcome chronli  or habitual constipation
.•eiiel tbe  myriads ol as i to or de-
pi udenl  . .    nic ail   cuts        .   K "...11
■ \ t .y, 10c-
and 23c.   I old     onlj  ,       ur store —
i Rexall .....   Store.
Revelstoke Hardware Co., Ltd
j
See
the
Prices
SALE of DISHES
See
the
Prkes
Intermunicipal      Association — At-
rii y-G neral   Bowser has addressed
a 1 'tter -o th      Pro r ■ si.v Associa -
lion ei South     Vancouver, endorsing
.1 con in ii in    i ,\ orably  upon    the
1 formation there of an as<o-
I of the heads of dear mei hbor muni' ipalities.
Fo :;/  year.:   In Liji:. '. • yocra
ti Oixr. , pra cribed  r.ncl
r  cor. r.o.
o'-tor"|
..:...- c '.. t-   mala .' I        ..  yi ur'
Slit-
will
. secutivo of   the
o iai ion at  \ ancou
da■   to ro i ve  'he'   r. re-
the last  Provincial
"ell   ■!■
mi   t      tor thc n ■!;    h v.  al    Qrand
d of ibis year.
HUSBAND AK3 V"
Wc
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
m irkct affords. Best Wines, Liquon and
Civ.!"-     Rats- Si a day.    Monihly rate.
J.   j^DBERT     STOHSTE     PROP.
■i ■
will ii  : .I.   .,1  , pt'
Ion i   i ii   ii lorco hi an i
i hi       I "...
rh ■• lime to  lime,
winn i . hi u bi b ivi able will enact  im ihei   i     rid n   the  : raffle
i ■ ■        . ils.
!•..   .,   (trai   lit   i arty   vol*   NW.   Un
adci  .e   the i ml ii o     Liberal
party, al o i 'h the ber motion,,     was
I in th ■ Ivi Inline. The abOVfl
is the government' policy. Tho lon«
deb.it on the temperance Issue waa
Wound up by Sir .Innii'S Whitney, and
I        i iei of the oppo Ition antl    the
I o ii's   I.r .aii  In     nl   by   bulb     p. alters
were in no wlae new. The bouie divid-
c,l i.n tin- amendment by T.ll. i,cnimx
• 'on ervatlve for North York. Tlm
government amendments were carried
by 75 in it. Allan Studholm, L«abor
member for Kast Hamilton, voted
with  ibe oPI Olltlon. I
ShilohJ&!k
The   family   rrmedy   for   Covrht   »nU  Coldi
Shi.oh coitt  to  little   »nd loci   so much I'
LED
BIN PILLS Cured Tl
Lacliute Mills, Que, Man h  I ilh, 191a.
"I w.is troubled foi ni my ears with
Ujrttn y Dl      e,and n <11< id mei i
1 el b t.iN I'lI.I.S.   After Inl
1,    -  . 1 was grc 'i!'. n li ved, and al 1 r
(ini hing  the  twelfth   box,   the  pain
completely left me.
My wife Is now using GIN P. I.LS
nml'funis that she lina been rn ,iv
relieved of the pain nvcr ln-r Uldm vs.
1 (-.111 safely recommend aiiyont
Inu fiieui Kidney Trouble u> give a fair
trial toGIN PILLS."
THOMAS STEPHENSON.
We allow you to make Ulii trial
absolutely free "i cost. Simply write
National Drug and Chemical Co, of
Canada, Limited, Toronto, and the} will
send you n free sninplc <'l   Gin   IV.K
Try them, Thev will do you so much
good lhat you will gladly gi 1 lhe regular
size boxca nt your locai dealer'*, 50c.
a box, 6 for $2.50. H3
Troy, NY , March 21—Former governor of New York, Frank H. Blank,
lollU pioinincnl in Uepiihlie-an politics
died ai bin homo hero this morning.
Valvular dincaso of the heart wn- the
cause.
Pontraciva Silver-Grey   stock patterns
Cups C& Saucers Regular $3.00 Doz. This week $2.15
2.10
1.55
1.00
1.70
1.25
.90
.45
.30
.55
1.15
.25
91'-piece Set of Above, Regular $22 50,  This Week. $14.50
These Dishes are Semi-Porcelain,  and   the   pattern   is
guaranteed not to rub off.
SEE   OUR   CENTER   WINDOW
8 in.   Plates
3.00
6 in.
2.50
5 in.
2.00
7in. Large Soups
2.50
Oatmeals
2.00
Fruit Saucers
1.50
Gravy Boats
.65
Cream Jugs
.50
Covered Sugars
.75
Vegetable Dishes
1.50
Water Jugs
.40
Revelsloke Hardware Company, Ltd.
Dealers in Shell" and Heavy Hardware, Paints, Oils, CS.C.
Agents for Minerva Paints and Oxford Ranges.
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Having decided to clear out
our line of WALKOVER
SHOES we have placed
on sale all of our remaining
stock at $3.75 Per Pair.
Don't fail to see our windows and buy while the
sizes last.
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WHITE STAR - GCMIKEOri LirfE
ROVAL MAIL STEAMERS SAILING EVERY SAT1 RDAY
LARGEST   STEAMERS  TO  CANADA
New S.S. Laurentic and Megantic (15.000 Tons.
S.S. "Teutonic" and S.S. "Canada" < 10.000 Tens)
582 feet lonj?. I feet long.
Now is the time to arrange i'.v the passages
of your friends from England. \Ve issue
prepaid tickets, and our offices in England
communicate  with passengers,  arranging
all details ami advancing any funds deposited with us. We also inform you when
passengers arrive.
FOR SAILINGS AND FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY
COMPANY'S   OFFICES
619 Second Avenue, Near Cherry St, Seattle
A. Q. DROOKER, C. P. Ry. Passenger Agent. RBVBLBTOKB, B. C. PAGE FOUR
THE MAIL-HERALD.REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26,  1918.
SATPHDAY«    SPECIALS
Have you had your supply of Kalsornine—Only 25c. Per Package
SU11 Some Good Colors Left'
FURNITURE POLISH
Veribrite or Magic Large Bottles, 40c.
Furniture Varnish Per Tin, 15c.
Family Nail Hammers  25c.
Choice Selection of Scissors 25c.
Kitchen Mirror 25c.
A BIG SNAP
25 Per Cent. Discount
on All Electric Chandeliers
H~t»   tf>>*l '*-"* !*■* -O O O
CTTlul 'Jhb
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April 1st, o p.m.
Rev. W. J. Mayers and
Dr. Bamardos Musical Boys
Popular Lecture Talk on  Pr. Barnardo's SplendJ
Life Work for the children,   wiih  unique
Colored Pictures.
N vel and attractive Musical Selections on  Hand-
Is,    Bagpipes,   Mandolines, XvIophor:e3,
Oiit'i ia;, Co/nsts, & :., & •
PROGRAM    ONE     YARD     LONG
COLLECTION FOR THEBARNARDO WORK
i    ME AND SKI-:: - HEAR AND  HI
ADMISSION
.Adults 50c.
Children, 25 c.
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interior puhlisblnj Company,
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J.  K. JOHNSON    Ma
RALPH  0.   BCRPTOK. Editor,
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lion ol our ni'w member Mr. R. K.
Greetl, M.P, who thanks to hia thorough knowledge of the Kootenays and
iliis Interior of B.C., und his statesmanlike grasp of the whole situation
during the lirst year in which he represented this riding, has bi cn successful in unravelling thu tangled
skein of interests involving timber
nun, leasers, s [Uatters and settlers,
whieh for nearly two decades previous
ly lind Lulled the brightest minds of
Uritish Columbia and the members of
succeeding Liberal governments at
our Canadian Capital.
In continuation of the policy recently announced, we seize this opportunity to make known to our readers that
further improvements will shortly bo
made In the make-up of their favorite
newspaper. The "old Arm" now
bave on H ler, some $2,COO worth of
new type and machinery, and »o soon
a> this arrives the Mail-Herald will
1,1' enlarged and U-ued as n seven col-
i-um ei;:lit pa e paper. A glance at
i,ur columns and comparison with
any other sheet, will show that alike
,ii quantity anl quality of matter,
. ii I s i.ariness of printed finish, this
paper is second to none among ihe
publications of the Interior towns,
Laving backed all our contemporaries
wh t'i r if Kamloops or elsewhere,
completely oil tha map, we are
na'hn; out for fresh world's to con
qiior,   and   within  three   months      will
i e puttin; out a newspaper capable
of competing in all essentials, with
evi n the big dailies of the coast.
Our motto is "Thn Pest Local Paper, for the Hest I ocal People', ot the
U st Di-irict, In ilio Llcst I rovince,
i.f Ihe La-t Best West," ami whin we
get ;h miib wiih all Ihe improvements whicli are contemplated for
this establishment, the Mail-Herald
will be f niiiii more than living up to
that  ambitious     standard  oi  ex jell -
elice.
Thai in aviation matters, Great
Hii lain is not .-o far behind other
nai ions as man. pessimists would
make' us believe, is evidenced by ;l let-
I r i. ci i ,od ili.- moi ning by the Bdl
tor fio:n an 'I'l pergonal friend "ll.
'■: .iie.: Wi ii,I ' a. fatoi and in.'intoi.
i his i I an him jusi patent ■ I *ev-
1 ral ". '.ei lant improvements ,m aim-
i i.i" - and has recently received hi*
air I i'l's • r ideate. Mr. Wood is a-
handcafi tea her in tho London Counts i oi n ,1 Schools, a born me han-
'•''■ an I onlj on ■ ol many hundreds o!
j ■ -iii .  ' who are en li avoring
lo     v.i  -       [rom  nature, the secrets
h i'n h    n  a  It f   j cars' will  give man - j
i. ii I a i gi   .1      . lastery of the all as
ed  over Land,
 I  «   ter.   V ,, ,'orld's Techtti' {
he ranks   ol
the  irn trol engino buil-;
■ !• rs, will b led tbat i
of th'o •   ai   mechan -
th
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1913   NEW MILLINERY    '913
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March 12th
and following days
Our
Millinery   Opening
for 1913
MlSi CALL, who ha? just retnrne.I from Eastern
Mvkets, hu visited th 5 different Wholesale
Millinery Openings in Toronto, Chicago and Winnipeg.
Yoti can depend upon the very Latest Spring
Styles for 1913.
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REID & YOUNG
'S BEST
BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
First Street, Revelstoke,  TeL No. 22
BORDEN
POLICY
iS BES
IN USE 40 YEARS
COCO THEN    BETTER  NtlW
Perfect Scale, Purity of Tune, Susceptibility of Touch, Beauty ol I'ii Uh, Workmanship anil Durability.
Tin' iit.lv Piano ci|iii|i|n il uith
Ho wind's I'ali'iu Straining Umlw,
t\ hioh eiiBUres Permanence and 1'inny
ul Tone,
OUR PLAYER FIANOS
with human-like control contains all the
I N .1 improvements and deviees They
are perfect in teem-, artistic in design
anel capable of giving life-long sei vice.
Having opened una warerootn on Mc-
Kt-n/.ie Ave., Kevelstoke, lor ihe sale of
ur   pi mos   undi i    the   super* ision   nf
_;■ ihu   I incjiatli   and   11. G.   Kodt*n,   we
rtl i  llie  public i'i  call i
tamitie 11 .; piam i? a"d pla) ers.
The Newcombe Piano Co.
I,imit< d.
Mi K- 11/ e \'. •      Revelstol e,  B. C.
r ' H ory, Tot onto, ()::t.
Choice Groceries,   Fruit,    Vegetables
Hay, Feed and Poultry Supplies
Heating* Stoves
Kootenay Ranges
Saskalta Ranges
Sunshine Furnaces
Hardware and  Sporting Goods
We are offering good discounts off all Crockery,
Glass and Silverware during this month.
BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
First St, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
Plumbing Keating Tinsmithing
Special Attention Paid t» Mail (inlets
Phone, 2G2
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WEDNESDAY    MAR   ii
D     ;. pa
'      '        lie
not ■   ■..• to settle
way Belt Lai
ated within " :■ n Land Di tri I
of Briti-I
We given ti        lei tan i  that
■ ; ■   v, ■ ii the policy of
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.: n.i f   mill
• late I  ,n  ,t  iiul'l ' .
. •    min kr    t'.'ii'l ie     ;:    .   fruit   ruin
taken of "renci ve"       and
I  .i I   ihe  dlspo al iflde set-.
anted 'lm-1  from     the
lieinieii i.n  to  Ihe  Pre Emp o    and
Homeseeker, on reaeonable termi.       ,
Foi tlii   prompt re poo e tbe public
of B, C. in generali and iiii redden!
of Revelatoke and  district In  particu
.,:. are  Indebted  lo the enei eel It at
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on
hip  man-
nly to    the
■  ry short time
■ih ie r .,«ii share
r own  -hnn; in
rial navy.
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.til   of
,  i he
up
price
Perfect Fit Corset
NEW BUSINESS
TheKee Moon Restaurant, Old Town, Revelstoke. has been
taken over by a New Owner, "Lim On," and is now open for
business.
MEALS AT ALL HOURS, DAY  AND NIGHT
Everything good to Eat in .Season.
SHORTORDERS   CHOP SUEY OUR SPECIALTY
Tobacco and Cigars.   Wc Never Sleep   Always at Your .Service
LIM ON RESTAURANT
SMYTHES
Plymouth flocks
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ins.   Have . .,    ,lrH|
.'.. |t y.i'.   i om
mim!,r au   CANADA ,   ,    ,.,„,.„ ,     ...
<'"'!"'   ' he   B irdi ■ i      .leii'/M   \t.n i   i  •'     't,,,i,      pott
, 'Uh f Boj 252 write ol rail,
Borden Canada   lit ish. m zt, im.
EGGS FOR HATCHING
I' UtltKli    ROCKS  	
Exhibition  Strain    $."i.0<)
PARTRIDGE    ROOKS  	
I  ■ i.i.ii       $5.00
1WIITK     ROCKS   	
on  Strain   $3.00
rn I'l--   hocks 	
Wtli ii   Strain  lii.oo
 nd i' ii Barred Rocks  $:t.oo
i'e i Setting ii.' r. Bgg i)
My Barred While HmT Rock   have won
■■Iimi ".. i      hown   at both Provincial
•in,v.-   I  wein   Sn Prizca      :     :      .
BTOCK K(iR BALE,
ROY SMYTHE
KEVELSTOKE
IT    IS    IMPORTANT
lo please the public in secure Iti
patronaire. This restaurant keeps
in view i hf Importance of pleasing
ynur appetite,
WE PLEASE  PALATES
THAT DI.VE MERE
How do you do It?    Why, by i	
inu thai .til fm ni Is properly cooked
and that it's "tasty."
POOD BERVED HERE IS
ALWAYS APPETIZING
WINDSOR    CAFE
A. li. THI AK WON Managei'. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26, 1913.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
page Fvra
All During March There
Wiil be Plenty of Bargains Displayed in This
Store, Watch for Them
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. £. Jtume <$ Co.. limited
Watch Our Windows for
Special Lines and Bar-
gains During March and
Look ai Price Tickets.
Ladies' Spring  Underwear
LADIES NF.W  SPRING UNDERWEAR, the
newest   Spring Needle Knit from Switzerland,
Irom ihe l0\v   priced    Cotton    Vests at    15c.
each to the  Pine SiU Knit  Ye-ts and Draw-
New Spring Suits for Ladies
The Plain Navy Tailored Suit is  the
correct thing this Spring.    We   have
finest proposition to make you along
this line that we ever had at	
$20.00 and $25.00
New Suitings
NEW   NURSE  BtHTING8—This     well-known
Wash  Goods fnr Ladies and Children's Divsses
needs no R'commendation from us.     Thi.1* is
the  best   Mill  Country make.      Smart,  neate
Framed Picture Bargains
THIS    WE :i<—A Big Bargain  in a   Une of
Fiamed  Pi'ti:r s,   Pearl   Sei   photogravures,
and  Oil  ga'atinigs, all with Glass and Frames
at Each   $1.35
A Beautiful Showing
of Old Country Drygoods
NEW   LOT JUST  IN from  the Old  Country,
Prints,  Ginghams,     Calicos.    Crinkles,    Seer
•Suckers.   A'rajnili.em     showing    ol     all  the
prettiest   Colorings wanted this season. Como
feast   your  eyes on this Spring like array nil
Ladies' Waterproof Rain (oats
This line,  no doubt, will be very seasonable for the  Spring  rains.     Right
away   wc aie  showing a great   range
from	
Great Display of Ribbon
RIBBONB  FROM      PRANCE—The  greatest
showing we    have cer    attempted   in  Silks.
and   Satins     A Flower Garden of Colors and
Shades     5c. to $1.00
$7.50 to $25
urnishing Department
Fine Footwear for Women
Button  Shoes  Ior Women   are     again     to the fore this
on,  and  with  the bottons remain the Medium hi^'h toes
.md   -hort  V:\nipsf   F..r the Coming Season the heels   will
be   slightly  lower.   T.tns in all Shades will be much worn,
especially in the high cut,  fourteen and     ei.hte-n     buttons,
t'hoco'ates or very  d irk tan~ have made their appearance,
and  giv  promise  of Icing much worn next s.ason: hut for
the present season the liuhter shades will he more in vague.
We have received our firsl     Sprlnj     Shipment ol Women's High tirade boots and Oxfords.   They are all     the
fa'iious  "Bell'   Shoe and show all the most up-to-date features exhibited for the present Season.   We ask your    in •
spe tion and do not b • lieve   that  lompari-ons  are  obvious.
WOMEN'S  TAN  LACK   or   BUTTON   BOOT—Fourteen
Buttons:   Goodyear Welt,  M'-dium heel, short Vamp
new   "Wedgewood toe.   About     the     classiest little
Shoe shown this s ason.     I'rice,  per pair   $5.00
WOMEN'S TAN  LAC!-, or BUTTON BOOT—High   Out
i.n     or Eighteen Buttons.   Sam.' Last and particulars as the Fourteen buttons.    Prlre, per pair    ... $6.00
WOMEN'S  TAN  BUT) ON.     CLOTH     TOP — Eighteen
Buttons,  Dark  Ta'. Cloth Top,     with lighter Vamp
WOMEN'S GUN METAL   LACE     or BUTTON BOOT—
Fourteen   Buttons, npw toe and   heel.   Very dressy,
and    .ust tbe thin,' Ior Sprin,-     weather. Price ... $5.00
WOMEN'S GUN METAL LACE or     BUTTON   BOOTm
High cut Lace or Eighteen Buttons.   Same as Four-
WOMBN'S CHOCOLATE KID LOW     BOOT—Welt sole,
short Vamp, Flexible as a glove.   One of the real
WOMEN'S    BUTTON OXFORDS—Dark Tan with   Cloth
Top to match.    Short   Vamp.     "Wedgewood,   last.
WOMEN'S   BUTTON OXFORD—Gun   Metal   wltb Cloth
Top, same Last and   weight     as     the Tan.   Price,
WOMEN'S  PAT  OXFiiHD-Eichteen   Button    or Lace.
Short    Vamp.    Nob toe.      Medium   Heel.  Dull     Kid
REGAL SHOES FOR MEN
The'  Best   VALUES  ever shown  in  the   City.   That    is
exactly   what   we claim for Our   Spring Stock of REGAL
SHOES.     Moreover    they are the Snappiest, Most Exclusive Styles shown this season.    In  this day    ot     rapid ad-
vancing  Leather Prices, ii  is difficult to get the Style   and
Wearing Qualities of a few seasons ago for anything like the
same money.   We are in a position to give you just    what
you want  at   ,   very small  advance  in 'O-t over two years
ago.   Let your eye run over the.-e prices:
VELOUR  CALF BOOT—Medium  toe and   heel,  Welted
VELOUR  CALF BOOT    Snappy new Last; Blucher cat;
CALF BOOT:— New 'Panama" Last, Bump toe. Medium  heel,  i;(od Year Welt sole, black or tan, Pri e $5.00
kangaroo BLUOHER:— "Panama" last, beautiful
Glazed   Kangaroo Stock.   Soit as a G'.o\e. Medium
BLACK  ORESCO BOOT:—Heavy Sole, Bump toe, Warn
Well, Grain   Water Proc'  Stock.     Price          $6.00
THE NEW ASTOR LAST:—Absolutely lh               Last
■ n   ih.'  market.   Receding     toe,   Flat heel, bai cut.
Either Cun Metal oi   Tan Calf.     Price   $6.00
LET YOUR S'EXT PAIR BE   REGAL8.
Oun Grocery and Crockery" Department
Pure Clover Honey
Pure Clover Honey
Five round Tins   $'■■-'
Sealers    63  cent
Bottles   25c, 35c. and 40 ceo I
Combe 	
A Fresh Assortment of
MARMALADES
i 'i mi   nml lllu.kwills 7 and 4 Pound Tine.
Cross nnd Blaekwells land 2 Pound Glass Jare.
Kcillrrs 7 and 4 Pound Tin ,
KilllciH 1 Pound Glass Jars.
ltnbcrtsons 7, 4 and 2 Pound Tins.
i'Iiivcib Orange; Fig and I/mon In Glass Jars.
Hoi,, rt one  Tangerine, Pineapple, Gmger in glass  jan
Try Dur Canned
Fruits
In h'avy ,-yrup, strawl'iries, Raspberries, Cher-
ries, Green Gage Plums, Lombard Plums, Peaches and
Pears, in 2 Pound Tins.
Pie Fruits in Gallon TinB— Pumpkin, Peaches,
Pefir,-, Rhubarb and Plume.
Evaporated Fruits
N w and Fre-h Piachse, Peau,  Apples, Figs and
P nines
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Watch Our Corner Window
S For Friday and Saturday Specials
m iliilt il« ii'i i'l*it* ii'i l'ti ttiii'i iTi it* ii'i ii'i iTi itt itiit* illii'i il** it. iTi itt iXitXkailiiXti£t iXl±Xxiii.iXkl1±xt± <
\c *X  X  X  X  4c 4? X  X  V ^.  + *X  X  «v X  X " "   X  X ^F ^r *aX7tXT rjj 'X* X ^^^X? t+rtl* *X *X ^?*J* '
House Furnishing Department
Sprint;   will  soon  bo  here, that  means Ni w  Carpets,  Linoleum,      l '■'...        ■:,   Window   Shades,
Verandah  Screens,   Etc.   We have all of thc above In select designs   ,rvd    olors  at  reasonable prlcee.   For
the balance of tliis week we ar.   making a reduction un Rugs, to make room .'or New  Stock.
As you know tho cost ol raw Material has been advan Ing for the pa-t few fears, „nd it cflecte the
Cork, till and .lulo that ls us d in making Linoleum. Prlooe on Linoleum lave advanced aboutzo per
lier cent on what they were two years ago. Wc have a lull line that was bought ai the old prices and
will sell nt lhe uld prices as long a- it lasts. Do not watt but buy now and «a'-e rood interest on
your money. We have received a large consignment ol good serviceable beds tha' we can a (lord to gl»«
you the benefit of the low prii-o on them. They are four leet and font t'et elx ilull lze). We will sal)
at tlie low prico of $5.00, as long M ihey  last.   We will  lie pleased to show them to rou i! intereeted.
We have  many  other articles you will require for Spring. PAGE SIX
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26, 1913.
BEW'S   DRUG  STORE
Brownie's   $1 to $4.00
Folding Brownie's       $5 ta $12
Kodaks $10 to $155
Winter or Summer
You Can Kodak
BEWS  The jrWa£& Store
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DISTINCTIVE CUT GLASS
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Vases,
Bowls.
Comports,
Manufactured by "Libby"
BE NOT DECEIVED
$
J C. P. R. WATCH INSPECTOR
4»»Ta.■%/%-%•%*.♦» <«.«a/%.'%-'V'«.'«a,!i'<a'rA'».'»,<i, •*-■%■'«-'*•'*•'*■ sv•a.^a%/«.♦*. * J
Central Hotel
Abrahamson  Bros.
Props.
First-Class in all
respects.
All Modern
Conveniences
RATES. $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Rate!
RLVELSTOKL. B. C.
. . . it WM Be
BTJT
It is always hot in the plunge a on Hoi Springs,
wh, watei the mosl wonderful health restorer on th i mtinent. Ourrecordof cures
of rheumatism and il 'onic con plaints is unequalled
and verified by o i i Located among;the
gn da, easv of i he Sanil
ium is luxuriousl fi comfort a
-ts.
Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. BOY:-, Proprietor, -       Halcyon, Arrow Lakes
FISHING
SEASON
COMMENCED
Nel-ciii, March 25—Trout lishing in
ilio Interior ot British Columbia, ex-
,i'|ii for Dolly Vardon trout, does not
open tbis year until April 5, according in a despatch received from Ot-
lawa  last  night and  published below.
For some days anglers in this district have' been trout lishitiM; under
iho Impression, given by aletter from
the fisheries Inspector for British
Columbia, that the season opened on
March lb. Apparently the onler-in-
council lo whieh tb' Inspector referred opened the season al the coast on
M.ir h IG, but provided April 5 us the
date for lhe'Interior or for waters
lying easl ol the ono hundred anil
twentieth meridian.
Under last year'B regulations, fishing in inl srlor waters was not perin.noil until May 1, so that the seas-
. i this year is ahout three weekB earlier  ihan usual.
WH \T   ORDER PROVIDES.
Ottawa, March 2'i—Aii order-in-
council has been passed rescinding
the fishery regulations for Uriti-h
Columbia passej Manh 21, 1909, and
substituting I
"No one shall fish fi r, catch, kill
trout n! any kind, including steelhead
of 2 Hi-, in weight undressed or under
from the fifteenth o( November in
each year to the twenty-fifth of March
[ollowing, both days inclusive, except
in ih? waters east of the one hundred
and twentieth meridian, whore no one
shall li-h for, catch or kill trout of
auy kind from the fifteenth of Novem-
bei in each yeai io tho fourth of April following, both days inclusive, pro
viel il that closed seasons Bhall not apply to th.' Sexton and Anderson lake's
and waters tributary thereto, nor to
Dolly Vardon trout nor stoelhead
i-aught in lidnl watsrs by rod
and lin' r in Okanagan, Kamloops,
Shaswap. Arrow and Kootenay lakes,
noi land looked salmon weighing flve
pi undressed   nr  met-.   Provided,
i.t dm in.: ih ■ present year
hing v.,'st of ih,' one hundred
b meridian may begin on
iho iii': ,enth of March. " ,
I
SOMETHING    THAT    YOTJ    NEVER
SEEN NOR EVEN HEARD OF!
-O— :
A I'ai ':'■.'.    ope it is
used     iii      j ar   as a little Easter
Pre   nl
I 1      value   as
in el idi a
11 is
rran I       . at iu
tl EASTCR
OUT OF THE RUIN
of that lire you see that policy we
wrote for you. The money you'll
be paid on it will cover your loss
and perhaps better your condition.
Have us write
AN EASTER  POLICY
covering everything you have. Premiums arc low and our policies are
absolutely safe,    Do it to-dav,
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, Ltd
A. E.  KINCAID,  Manager.
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L. E.GRIFFITHS
Hay, Grain and Feed
Office :
Cumming's Transfer Co'y
Second Street
G. W. HALL,
Manager
IF--1*!
YOU WANT TO
BUY OR SELL :
LAND
A HOUSE
A BUSINESS
FURNITURE, &c.
We oan help you !
Just advertise in the
KEVELSTOKE MAIUIERALD
The exclusive advertising
medium for this district.
Everybody "ill  soo yonr ndver-
tisetneut and lhe cosl is only
10c Line    Minimum Charge, 25c
V. /
REDUCTION IN ELECTRICAL FIXTURES
Are you wanting any Electrical Work Done ?
If so, call at the Revelstoke Plumbing C&,
Sheet   Metal  Co.'s Store, Connaught Avenue.
A. G. DUCK
ELECTRIC   SUPPLY   STORE
I'linue 281
Night Phone 40
!'.  (>.   Uox  ■!:'
riaita
Howson 1& Co., Ltd.
Furniture, Carpets and Linoleum at Eastern Prices, Freight
cAdded.
Howson C&> Co., Ltd.
W.   H.   WALLACE,   M.B.C.S.A.
ARCHITECT
Box 205, Telephone 313, Revelstoke
ROBERT  .SMITH,
Provincial   Land   Suveyor,
Mini!!* Surveyor,
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NZIH  AVE..
BOX    106,   REVELSTOKE
.iSIIIHIIatlSilllH  IMI'll   I  III   m    PII    I        HIM lillllllll I IIIIIIIII II
ARE    YOU   MUSICAL?
ihe     I'r..'. !
X O TK1 E
D. Company 102nd, Reg;. R. M.  . .
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nd 24th, 1913.
: th.    ,;   28th      "
irch Uth.        "   28th.     "
'•   25th.     "
Dance Committee
G. H. Brock. Chairman
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Then take advantage e i r.n ex
ceptii ual 'it"1 lunih . Cull at
BINGHAM'S MUSIC ST< EB
ni il inst i it lhe Fl< i 1 ol tfnncio-
lins, Vulins, Cui tal 8. At cat! -
eons, Plccctcs, Fliilis, IVulli-
Flutes, Harmonicas, Alliums,
Sheet Music, Player Roll?, Silk
Piano Diapes, Etc. t-i!im« iit
uexl to cosl ; i ii i to i li i.i
icliton Fhcnoginpiis .iml Victor
fri ircplicncs.   Also 5C0E ii
Wax   Records   selling   nt     41 r.
11 - ual I i ice, 65c. I  and  a   fil sl
i lat •    : eli ction   of    Blue    Si al
L'uhirakahlc   Records   al    I   i
Cen c Eaily aid Clt First cl   Ice
Piano   Tuning  and   I i;
S] ecialty.
BINGHAiM'S  MUSIC   STOIiK
McKENZIE  AVE. Revelstoke. Phone 262.
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A   FEW    SPECIALS    FOR     EASTER
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WHITE PEOPI Ai
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Be i Don't send vour hard-earned money
to Chin:'!   Remember, we are here to do your work  a   '
al white labor only.    Be progressive,  and
hing done by the  West Kootenay Steam
Laundry,   Reg ilar collector and delivery service.
WEST KOOTENAY STEAM LAUNDRY
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Pho;    80
KARL BARRACLOUGH, Manager.
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Fruit  Lands Lumbermen
FOR SALF.
Galena   Bay  land.-? in par'       ii
:    ii 20 icn     ' en 1 Corres
pondence invito!.
John Shaw. Agent.
Box 616 Arrowhead
It will i to
make a cal! at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
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.1. HI HAMILTON, W   M.
AC,   BROOKER   Secrotary.
*    i)    w,
VI.* Damp, No   «"
Old Town,
Revelstoke, B. C
before buying yonr on!
fit   of working  clothe*
for the bush. I make ■
specialty of Logging
Shoes, rant*, Box, Shirt*
Blanket* nml everything
require! in yonr business.
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laftUriei ■ i
iin-   in I in  the
ii.     ..( Bo ton     Liki
om    In   parotll
do criptlOD of tho separation
of Canada   rom tbc Motherland. Kvi-
'I.nHy i think   thf fmlt i i nn.'
•  «      -      i I     ai, I      K'e irth   Werlnsa-
days     in   ea'efi   month   In     Helkirk
Hall.      Visiting  Woodman  ars
a    . tee!   tO attend
UMKH   MrfNTYKB,   O.O.
ii. w  BDWAKDS, Olerk.
RBVBL ITOKE LOTAL OHDRR
MOOHH  No.  10*5
Meeta     every  first and  third Tuesday    In   Oddfe.lows    Hall.      Viaitlng
hrethern  cordially  Invited  to  attend.
HJ.   Kdwardn,   Dictator.
H    I,   EftOg,  Secretary.
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.. Ltd.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.
Manufacturers of Aerated Waters
WINES
LIQUORS
CIGARS
Agents for Calgary Beer ■WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26, 1913.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGE SEVEN
CONSTERN
SALE
OF    THE    FURNITURE,    STOCK,    ETC.,    OF
ITED
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ree Days More of the Sensatio al Selling, Then Back to
Are Desirous of Getting the Benefits of the BIG PRICE
Prices
tmir'rWfitMHI
HAVE TO HURRY.
—MMUHkHDh .Lt.. i' Iiii   ' '* ttimW+Mm"!m*m*:lKa:m*m[
IS2S3BEKKS3ajaa
This Sale Has Been the
."■J iZEi!3ir"?»\      ■ *-">'
im
w? Known sn um Lint sn
8 history of fills Section,
llspjf many gratified buyers
ove take;] advantage of
little prices and are
happy in their purchase mi
i
There are hundreds of Bargains remaining for these last days. If you
have not gotten yours
Why Mot Do it Now!
Why may we not number you
among the long list of those who
have saved large money. We urge
you not to delay—the time is short
and to get the benefits
You Must Do It Now!
Mo:
aved
or
be sorry.
If wise, you
will take
advantage of the time—if otherwise,
its
your
loss.
The
Bargains are up
to
you!
We
have
done
our  part.
There will doubtless remain after this Sale is over, a number of odds and
ends, broken lots, etc. The Sale Price will be continued on these ONLY
Our Regular Stock and the New Goods will be sold at the Regular price.
1PMI1
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—HOME—
FUiiBHERS
■: VAGE ETGHT.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2G, 1913.
1 LOCAL AND      Ji
\ GENERAL il
4^%<t'%'«>'%%% ^tvew^fvevOT
E.   I-IiHman ol  Calgary, i.J in     the
!
A. S Cumming of Seattle, was here
or. Mi ndas •
J. P. Riley of Three Valley was a
ad rtor in town yesterday.
J. E. Bland of Arrowhead, came in
ta Saturday's south train.
y,:. .1. McDeviu of Calgary, has
lieen hire  th'' past few days.
J. B. I'orter and R. O. Stevenson,
t>\ \ ineouver, are in the eity.
Yi S McCorkell ol New York, was
fioin- business here last Saturday.
Vi K McLean iei Kamloops, was
noticed on the Btreets 0n Monday.
C Findley of S] am was a visiter .a town the fore part of this week
Mr. and Mrs. H.R. Campbell, of
High River, ar" visitors in Revelsloke
ii Sutherland, of Comaplix, ^as a
gue-' at the King Edward on Mon ■
day
J. A. McKae of Endeiliy, was am -
Dag the Okantgan visitors here thi-'
week.
P. L. Boyd of Moose Jaw, v as
trans ictlng business here the fore , art
of this we.-k.
P. W. Woodn.'y of Vancouver, was
among western visitors in I'he city the
past few days.
J. D. Sullivan. Ed. West, and M.
Thompson, of New York, were at tho
King Edward yesterday.
Miss I. Crawford of Kamloops, is
spending her Easter vacation with
Miss Bruce, Second street.
Arrowhead waa represented in P.ev-
eia'toke on Tuesday by S. Irvin, N. B.
Smith   in I G, T. Chapman.
J,  Cressy of Winnipeg, as well    as
A. I.. McLennan of the fame place are
isacting business here this week.
Irvin of Arrowhead, came
in on the -oith train last Friday ev-
en ng. She was a guest at the King
EM   ard.
All th tea hi- of the high and
public school; here left yesterday
morning for Vernon to attend       the
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..rl-on of A berl Canyon, is
her    Eastei   vacation     with
at tn   home of Mr,
Mrs. Lindmark.
i ooley, a young
y yes! i may
I He is   looking ai
... sting,
W.      Bo d  ol    the     Hal yon    Hoi
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WEEKLY
NOTES
Company Orders, D. Company, 102
Regiment, R.M.R. The Company v ill
fall in on the left ol the Half Company markers' at 8:15 o'clock vn&t'P,
by  Halt  Companies as  follows:
Rig-tit Half Company— Oomuiaader
Lieut. Brock, Srgt, Smythe, i-"rgt.
Corp. Taylor, Durrand, Corp. Overton
Corp. Tweedie, Pvt. Baynes, Pvt. i.c-
Donald, Pvt. Kindall, Pvt. Young,
Pvt.   Nelson,   Pvt.   Robinson, r*vt
Tapping, Bugler Boyle.
Left Half Company Commau.lT,
Lieut. Grant, Col. Srgt. Ringer, Srgt
Instructor quinlin, Lance Srgt. Leslie
Corp. Taylor, Pvt, Ferguson, Pvt.
Paskins, Pvt, Hose. Pvt. Thomson.
Pvt. Summervi-le, Pvt. Southworth.
Pvt.  Morgan, Pvt,  McLeod.
R.  H.  BAWVER,  Capt.
PROMINENT
VISITOR
Among callers at the Mail-Herald
office last week, wa- Mr. A. E. Di<-
ney, North Pacific Coast Pa-senger
Agent for ihe' While Star Dominion
Line with headquarters at Seattle.
Mr. Disney Is a gentleman whose
gi-nial manner well become- him as
one connected with the deep sea pas -
sjnger service ol one of the world's
greatest transportation lines. He is
full of optimism regarding the develop
ment ot thc Pacific slope boih on the
Canadian and U. S. si>les of the line.
The business which brings him iuio
Ibis Int'iioi away from the music ol
ihe sea, is to discover bj personal investigation the opportunities lor im -
migrant and freight trafli, irom Eu -
rope and the Blast via lhe l'anamu
and Pacific Coast ports. He regards
our fertile valleys as openings for
thousand- of people, who will when
Ihe 'anal opens be, furnishing additional tr,lib in his companies steamboats, and his visit is proof of the
.uteres: which the great Allan',!
-t ams! people  are  taking  in  all
thc  possibilities  'vhi.-h may efl>'.t  the
world wide navel.
Mr. Disney says lhal the mosl remarkable Blgn of the nines in his 'ear
■: ulai 'I partment ol business, Is the
growth  of th   demo rati    ideal       a<
■I ■■ ■  traffic ovi i
and lhe inaugi ral ion by his company
ol the now ta Ul t ine I llasa lin
eis.  ir:: n "    . ' trom Can i '. ■ .
and V. S. j the     Atlantic
the i un , i an ■ nt re  ship,
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ica and e    asse    oi  W   I -
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CORRESPONDENCE
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April 18th, is the dale fixed for the
big dance of the Ladies Auxiliary to!
the B.  of L.  E.   Remember the date. |
Miss B. McMahon has opened up a
ladies dressmaking establishment with
headquarters over the McRae Block,
McKenzie avenue, Revelstoke. Plain
■-ewing for ladies and children. Lad-
'us own materials made up.
GALT COAL—Not just as good, but
lhe real article.—The Revelstoke
General Agencies, Ltd.
The Revelstoke General AgenciesLtd.
are the exclusive agents for the famous C.ALT COAL.
Seo Chas M. Field about that Life
l'olicy you are contemplating putting
on in the company of which Lord
Sirathcona and the President ol the
Hank of Mom real aro directors,
James, thc Chimney Sweep, is back
in town, and will give prompt personal attention to all jobs. 'Pho'e Ori,
ental Hotel, or write, James, The
Chimney Sweep, C. 0. Oriental Hotel,  Revelstoke.
RailroadeTs, beware. Do not put on
life or accident insurance without first
looking over the attractive and low
priced policies otTered you by Chas.M.
Field, in his sound and reliab'e companies.
The first Canadian contingent that
went to the Boer war were insured for
$1,000,000 in the Ocean Accident and
Guarantee Corporation. Tho Revel -1
stoke Fire Brigades are alBO Insured
in this company. The special agent
for this company is Chas. M Field —'
Best policy in the market issued to all
especially to railroaderB.
Only four companies settled then-
losses in full in Ihe San Francisco
earthquake and fire, of which the London Assurance Corporation was one;. I
This company paid out $7,000,000 in'
that disaster, their policies are written here by Chas. M. Field.
Forty years in use, 20 years the
standard, prescribed and recommend.
ed by physicians. For Woman's Ail -
ments, Dr. Manel's Female I'ills, at
your druggist.
Whe'ie are you goin; to my pretty
maid.' Why to ihe L.A.B. of R.T.
Annual At Home nnd Dance in the
Opera House, Manh 2Cth. First class
music by thc Revelstoke City Bar»d.
GALT COAL is handled exclusively
in Revelstoke by the Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
Everybody who counts will be there
WHERE' At the L.A.B. of R.T. Annual At Home and Dance, in Opera
House, March 2Gth.
PLANS FOR
FOREST
PROTECTION
The problem of preventing and hght-
ing fore-t tins is one ihat should per
sonally interest every citizen ot British Columbia, aad yet it is amazing—
the indifference with which mo-t people treat It. A large fotvst tire, in a
heavily timbered province like British
Columbia, when it gets thoroughly under way i- an evil beyond human pow
it to sui.due. The only practical so-
lution of the problem th n Is :o prevent fire altogether or provide means
• I en ick ng th m and getting them under control :n the earlier Btages.
To follow this plan one must make
provision for two 'lungs viz: a certain an 1 rapid a ommuni a
lion, aiiel a ready means of aCess to
■cd. Ov, r ',:. great
i - pei t of BrU       Colui
it  hand,   As
comn   r.i ation
a
the
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an I co
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SALES and WANTED
IMPORTANT
REAL ESTATE
JUDGMENT
Vancouver, March 24.—Full text of
the important jdugment of the Privy
Council ,,ii the appeal of John H.
Kilmer vs the B. C. Orchard Lands,
Limited has been received. This judgment of the Law Lords places upon
an entirely new ha-is the status of
agreements ior sale, and makes a
foreclosure action ihe only safe ten-
able position for n vendor of property under an agre ment wln'ii the purchaser fails to im' t bis payments.
The |" ■ i ■ in B.C. and in ihe North
Wi-: up io the presenl time has been
for the vendor to Bend o registered
or telegi am to a pinch i-Vr who
haa not kept up hi- payments inform
n- him that in a certain number of
iays it the payment is not met, the
agreement will be null and void, and
the monie- paid confiscated. This
method will no Ion er I ■ effective, as
■ - uld, i,n,ler the new
cithin reasonabl time, uro
the money due with in
:11 in fo- specific perform-
i ice   of  -UC. ss.
,,'  court
a    regard
far in - to meet  the
illy and   sel i   ,   date
h   er  I.-); t   meet his
.•a pain ol     confiscation
in.
ie case
ere ..   follows
■   all courts
nc :.        re the' appel -
i Ml     lllll;
toi   i      ior through
an I
inds, Ltd.
ef ; in
!''   .1    Fulton,
TERRIFIC
STORMS
INJ)NTARI0
Toronto, March 22.— During, the
whole of Friday the province of On-1
tario was in the throe1* of the fiercest
equinoctial gale that has visited this'
country in many years. From overy
city reports have hecn received of dam
ago dono reaching in many cases to
thousands of dollars, though strangely enough very few persons were seriously injured.
FIREMEN KILLED.
The chief disaster occurred in Sturgeon falls, where the tower of the tire
hall blew down jusi as the brigade
was responding to an alarm. It fell
on the engine, killing Fireman King,
while Fireman Herlin and Fireman
Silvester may die of their injuries.
HOUSES  WRECKED.
To give a detailed account of tho
property losses in the province is impossible and every town had houses
wrecked, windows broken and tele -
graph poll's and wires mixed up in
lorn masses across ihe streets. Hundred- of barns lost thoir roofs, and
thousands of trees', especially in the
open, were torn up by the roots. In
Totonto the worst losses reported
were a department house and a mov
ing picture theatre. Both of ihes.' Were
in the process of erection and tho wind
played havoc with the unfinished
structures.
CHURCH WRECKED.
In Cobalt, the Roman Catholic
church was wrecked during the service
and a number oi the worshippers had
narrow escapes. Tbe towns of North
Bay and Owen Sound were two of the
places ihat suffered mo-t severely and
Hum the former comes the report of
une man seriously Injured by llyin:
debris. All . ommuuicaiion. especially in northern unmrio, was cul off as
the wires were all down. In Hamilton
a number of house.-' were demolished,
and many roofs blown off. A large
pie-e of metal from a wrecked building fell through the glass of the Royal hotel .lining room, frightening the
guests but no one was hurt. No es'ti -
mate of the iosse- can be given, but
it will pio ably total some hundreds
e,i ihousan I- of dollars.
HURRICANE HITS HA.MII.THN
Hamilton, Ont., March 24—Damage
estimated at $100,000 v.as caused by
the hm rie.me which hit Hamilton oar-
ly yesterday and held the city in iis
grip throughout the afternoon and
into the night. Hundreds of workmen
were busily engaged this morning
cleaning away trees, chimneys, poles,
verandas, -icn<, gla-'.-. and other
wreckage.
SOCIAL AND    <
PERSONAL >
Mr. Corning returned from the coast
on Saturday.
Miss Jean Matheson, the-new matron of the hospital, will assume
charge the first of next month.
Mr. Dan McCannell has been transferred to the Kamloops division, and
lie and Mrs. McCannell will remove
to that town next month.
The fancy ball of the Hospital
Guild has been postponed until the
fall on account of the many entertain
ments to be given this spring.
Owing io delayed trains the teach -
ers were unable to attend the con -
vein ion in Vernon on Tuesday. A few
of them left here on the laie train
last night.
Mr. Hayword, telegraph operator,
who has lieen living Ior some time on
First treet, cast, has purchased Mr. 1)
McOannell's house on Third street and
will take possession the lirst ot next
month.
Miss Isabella Crawford is renewing
old school acquaintances thi- week,
lhe guest of Miss Edna Bruce. Miss
Crawford  i-  now      on   the    Kamloops
public school staff.   She   will remain
tore until Sunday.
One of th,' best comedies ever given
In the town was the "Mutt and Jell"
performance in ihe opera house last
evening. Clean fun and lots ol it with
a number of good musical numbers,
and a ''bonis that could sing, they
will bo assured of a full house should
iley come this way again.
On Sunday morning Mr. Ralph Lawrence's house caught lire in th<> kitch
en irom an overheated ian e. The
ceiling was ablaze In a f°w moments,
and the brigade summoned, but theii
assistance was rendered untied ssary
by the presence of mind of Mr. Aus
tin, who put out ihe names by attaching bis garden hove to the sink
faucet of his kitchen and pacing the
hose  throiij.h the adjoining  windows
The Collin merger has arrived. Bev-
• n companies have amalgamated under the tiile ol Dominion Manufacturers, Limited. The* companies are
th- Winnipeg Casket Co.. Winnipeg;
the  Globe  Casket  Co..  Loudon,  Ont.;
tl   all 1 Evei,  Hamilton;  Nation
al Cask I  Co., T a ,e   Elliott    and
Sons, Pre cott I in1.; Guard and
Godin,  Three     Rivers,  Que.; Christie
rs, Amherst, x.s. Tho trust is
sei/ing upon thc al o les of Ihe .1 ■., i
a   ivell as upon the life oi the living,
Customs Inspection
Inspector Munn, and Assistant ln
spector l.ennie, visited the lo.al custom hobs,, last week, arriving .Mon
day and departing Tuesday.
Tbey pronounced ihe office o ie oi
lhe very best in lhe Interior ami ex
press.-d complete satisfaction at the
way the work was conducted. On
th 21st, Good Friday, i au i . In
struetor McGinnis oi 1. Ilevlllo, nut..
arrived and put in two da d on
ir,ii Ion in tli ii   ting of
li |i.or-.   i ie   elucted 11 Qcei   Ro i     af
Gauger for this poi I. and will recommend  that  ol;, e'i's name  lo  th    De
partii'cnt for appointment.
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[WANTED   Live     Agents     wanel  to
•med     V    I on  Town lies  les
»11 '<•'.'   150.0     Quick ., '■■   aod libra        ' :om>    Addr n      Fort
Iraon Townsll     Co., 12.'    Hast -
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laranteed b
tate monopoij,   I
wlll irf. far I,-   expensive
than the   .,11    compering
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POR SAI.F—An El-ht   Boom House,     London—No fewer than    80
very    centrally   situated.     Equipped iren of Uie Church nf Bingland      havi
with  modern conveniences. Has fine been mis ed since \n.»t Marob with no
la*n.   Admirably suited for a se! - explanation of theli  dl appearance, ao
ect     Boardln.'    bone.   For further cording to the expert* now     engnged
particulars apply    to    Mall-Herald in tbs preparation of th<- new edition
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ie' ode     Itli of tbe Barnardo da
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try highly .,! their    pro
■fi      Hi'   Win   i'ool   nnoU.'b   tO     pre-
dti t luo tt i ',. the en tei pi i w In which
'■    i   Mnvfta „r»d tbt Bernardo
Mu ica! i'"v i at    n on" •!
WOODI \Mi Ai Revel toke, B.H., on
March nl, 1913, to Mr. and Mrs,
.1.   \rthur Woodland, ., daughter.
dea ms
dOFFI l'i     \i   : ,th ,rid e,    on    Wed -
i uch    I Ith,      1913, T   11.
ol ..   ■    oki
mm [VcNis
i. \ ll. of H T. Annual
'' Homi and Dame, m the Opera
Hou ".
April i In. Barnadt Uo.y Musical
Htot< i n       ii'.  Bmprett  theatre.
April  t   V. M   0. A. cyiii Kxhlbltlon
April Wh   '   Drive,  under   auspices
I.a lii lb ;. tal Guild, in the City
Hall
April iv 'The Canadian Follies" un-
'I H tU :■• - Tennll Club, Kmpress
theatre. i
April is   i adies' Auxiliary te B.   ol
!■   l'i   "ate i'.   ,•   ihe opi ra bouae,
April 21  and  .''   Juvenib   Ho-ionlana,
al  tbe Wmpreet theatre.
'on.in.—Flora Dora,  at  ihe  Kmprcsa
theatre.
Coming—"Royal     Havers," at   the
Kmpress theatre
Green Slide oiides
On  Easter Monday a  pai I
mu- of Miss Hardy, .Mis aid and
Mi     Pearl 1 ioi ii ti on, acco ipanied by
Messrs,     i '1','iie n.    Hadow,   Ae    •■ on
and Jack Shuttlewood,   lelt   on    the
south  train ior ta i.m n  Bl .1.    lo
a     thorough     inspection of tb   b
i a        1 in du
equipped with moccasins and rubbers,
hai ing lefi  th.'ir   nowi hoe   i
They     Went  tullj      two  miles  up  the
11 le and pronounce it n grand    |
•acle the  slide  I roper  i iv.ty
doep pi 11 ion   ol   I  i   Bolid  ice.
d   i [hi in ttff the i hou i
niels ol   iiiii e    now   1 iill    ly.n ■  ai   He
of tbe bill.   M "•'•      eet tb ■ par
lhat  a    ■ oei  .;, ,,'
■■■ill le' into     n     ii'   at J ily.
no'  ol
he    i ie and   i aftei
in  ll  bl   iei mc  i, t inned      houn
mi the aftei noon   ouih train
Pensions for Widows
London, (int., Mar.-b iM—On the ad-
vice of Dr. Iiiii li Blevcnson, the Wo-
men'i Canadian elub and the Union
Mothers' club will petition the Dominion government to grant n per capita
pension to wldowt wltb families. At a
meeting held at tha normal school doc
tor Stevenson 'ailed the attention of
thc elub membera to lhe number of
mothers beint; lefl without means   of
upport in the city. He urge I that
tbe (|uestion received prompt attention
Vctlon will be taken before thc pres-
i nt Workmen's Compensation act ls
DUtly eonsidered by the provincial
legislature. It ls expected that
s'ron; deputation" from many cities
will Walt upon tho legislature' within
a short lime.

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