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Vol. 16-No. 19
Rp:VELSTOKE, B. C. .MAKCII 12. L910
$2.50 Per Year
A
Bargain
See our windows for Bargains
in Enamelled ware. All the
best makes of England and
Germany.
TEAPOTS in China Enamelled ware, $1.25, $1.50, $2.00
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Fancy decorated and Blue
lines, all at less than cost.
Your Choice for /5c.
Fine English China Enamelled
Plates, Pitchers, Candlesticks,
for
50 Cents
See our lines of Glass Tumblers at 50 Cents a Dozen
Watch   for  our   next  cut   in
Fancy China.
Lawrence Hardware Co.
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Ini.In-.     tu     dour slides  ami   I  don't
Iknoii  if in.ni ivoultl  bi- lii.-il im- rofiiH,
in-. I  wouldn't  lliii ill.'in.  A case    of
Jurv Fail to Agree on Rogers'   ■il' ;"' ;iL; ;: s!i,los
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Pass Disaster
been I'listointiry tu work nt night, The
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MAUNDRELL MEAT MARKET
Phone 251.        Quick Delivery.        P. 0. Box 1S1
Low Prices  on
Canned Fruits
and Vegetables
This Month
All varieties of Sn oked and
Dried Fish fi r Lent.
Pancake Flour, Buckvt hi al
Califoi nia and Ontario Hi ney.
1- li t r. Pure Mi ; i  Sj i up,
■\ full stock of Hardware irclrdinj   MtClery's Stoves,
Ranges, Furnaces, Enamel and lir.ware.
Shenvin-Willisms' Faints ;
and Muresco Wall Tints.
; d  Vi irish s, All 1; stine
BOURNE
BROS.
General Merchants
V	
Birds of
a Feather
r Flock together they -
\'<"i   will be more than
1 pleased '-'.iii: your d
if you lei us - ippl;
with mea       ether it be
Poultry, Beef, Veal, Mutton or  Pork
Green Bones Chopped for Your ' I - Daily
Tenderloins, Spare Ribs,   «/
Steaks,  Cho| s, Ox Tails *
for  Soup.    Boiling   and
Stewing Meats.
We cater to particular
people and satisfy them
every time.
Phone orders promptly
attended to.
SAUSAGES   AM'
COOKED MEATS
A SPECIALTY
MAUNDRELL MEAT MARKET
unexpected     pieces,   1 1.  ..in-.      were
i.iin'iiiiH'      posted,    bin   didn't  know
Tin, :,,!,., nn,..1   inqiiesl   nn   lhe      vi, if nn.V   look  out   thnl   night.  Thai   mn
iim-  nf  in.'  i'iti'iiI   liiigei     i'.i   ■  .li-.i      the  foreninn'.   busi      Tnreliu*   nnd
Ioi' v..    '   'I  ri    induj   aii.in....n      I" lumps  wero  being   n-.'.l.      llnn'l   think
i -     Di    li  n  .in I   ilu. fn     limk .mu eould hiivn win I men   in
luwii        jtirvmei \.     II,       Ulci .   ti      The men undei    ..ml  tlml    lho
'ii uiu),  II      Miiiiuiiig, 11    t'uni mi li is i" be kepi i leui  nl  nil lime
liitiii  \l i.n .   .1    Iiii  . II.   N   i   nn  ir  .   I 'l   .liiul,  ii  -li-.i  nvei   il... new   tli-
I-'.  Huh,ni.     i,.   S.   Mi'Cnrter uppeiu'i'il version would ntniid n  lienvj   slide like
In,     ... i     I'.  ||.,    nd i     I    llillimfoi thut.     Vie lind no feeling of diinger ut
lhe .I.i".  ...                      li thut  slide,      no more     I ban wo know
n,i    .... -li.i...  were loiiiin.  down all along the
I     ||ii. \\i | .line.      Th..  rule book   says      llinl      a
,..                  . , ,               . gung huve  in clem   i In' -I lies,   li      lin-
I' ir.'in.in.  .md he v   .   lini ,   on 1<>..
HIST im   Ki   ii i'i'i   rt'.  il.  I'liillips     ui
tlm  siinill il   nf   I.'. ._."■-   I'.i--  i.n   I'Yiduv
March       i'i .        I    .■      ri ..    wus   in.li.il
witii  ti   t'oi ; ' ii bii      lii
thut      il     ii ■   dopes ..i  tin Hi "idem   Engineer,   Mii.I:        V..   pro-
 '   -i.l..     ..f  the  truck.  Shortli   b" vision  wun evei   nmde nn  the   new   di-
fore .':■.  tlie     rm   i    und  lin  I     up version  for  n   died  nl   the  summit    In
ar I ll  into  the     iiii     the estimate ol th ntrnctors for the
fn j, ,,,                              nd clear ni work.     A slide lind never been known
tin'  ti Hi    , ii   mii   wnrning      i   ""  ll m,l> -''''' ''"' man}  yetirs.    \
tl uh     sidi .   -'"'!     there     hud been diseu I but
oron Mt,   \-            .-.   i- ii  was railed, found     imprartii'ttl     antl  uiineressary.
;i  „..,.     stoking   ih,   ( m..... when      , I"" diversion mis mndo to out  down
lire blew     i  .       of  the  Pre box .1  ''"' grade.      li   lias   always been      the
The ncxi   thin.   I ied up al   I'liillips   vilst       to work    nt  snow   slinVs     ai
who ivn                       he engineer' it. "'-'"•     A -1""1 ""','1 '"' I""  '"'   'here
I          thei   swept mil nt the nib     ..' I 'vith   greal     expense. The widest  sheil
hurled nut of  tl       tiling 11     n   idr "'       mini    Is   70 feet, bin  a
ruled     or •"":    '»  l,>e  siunmil   diversion    would
the fiutlii ', ■■     ed   N...   17,   ' '"■'   :   ' undred   feel   wide.        Tho
af ■ .   Iieini ned "'": '   Mnivl     "'     ' at   exceptional.
buried  i„  ..,..,.           lorn      done    I !"'-<">   eighl   inehes  of  »no-   had  fal-
,,..  ,:;. .       ,,,    ,.                ,, ,   ,P„i,es   | len in tl days.  The r.I'.il.  may deride
I'l'ttiiled    mil   of     the simw,  when  lhe   i!' "nother     slide    comes  iher r     a
slide ■                           I heard  no -  ' stormj   night  lo wait  till the weather
lone wu    i. iried.   \:- cle:l,'f       T:""v  '*  '" |,,,lc ''oinpellilig a
tor  hu                      I     \  ■'"  ■ '          .'  ■■ ln;'"  "' Kmh  «'   "'-1"   '",l  '"   ia  '■'>-
ulonij   mil     pulled     me ou     u il  th. ■    " "i.nx   "■ 'I       \  look oul  would
v„, ....                                  | |„, |,„ ; have  li rn   no  u-e  lhat   stormy  night,
I  was  tin                                       ■   board- T1'"  "'!   hind  mi   south  side i-  long
i  .                        i of ano ' ''»»••>   "li,||'-
irk    any   slu-il   would   huve
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Wver I "ii.l of ,1" ': : :- 'l :;!'' -■'■" 'i'""' '1""i,i havo
.•    .         Sigl     very '" '"                      ions sh,
I    Don'l know mountains.
I'hil ips    had \ I'    VXDKHS0X,
thai   i'1.!"-:    but Hoad Mastei, said:     Men always go
it 1                           ■ ' -   the -u. ■ .                md night  ns a =ense of
'i            '•                         hedule   aboul honor and duty, but  I don't  know  if
not     worl ni         nlgl            H"ml no it  ;. r-ompiilsory.     The new deversion
warning of     slide givei        First   slide was a bad plai-e for snow drifts,  l.ooh
rr   .ed  right  over the 0uta   wen'   seldom   posted,   and   would
I"                                      '    given  to  lo- Imve been     no use on  a  durk  stormy
ti night.     There i- no rule forcing men
ii. McHAl to l'o "in  at  night, hat  I   have never
II     ..       iwnter. said:    1 wa rk- knoW|> "' "n.v ';1'"' "' '"i'-i"--
ng with      othei   ni   I •   - ide   it   the Sl'l'T. '['. KILPATH1CK
iitimil              1              Mai       '.. Said   So.  IT  shed  «a- buill   in   1*8(1
1 !.:'■" i  ■   .       • •        n nnd  parti}   rebuilt   slni ■■.   \   slide   has
•.... i ver this  shed before     in
-      Ilei tion, nor Im- there been a
I  _• ' •■ died   sHde on th nth    -i.i.- tm  a greal
"'                                                    :' man} years aa the timber there shows.
"'i h  wns   not  connidcred  nceessnr}'      t.>
. nvereil in  -now,   build  a shed over     ill w deversion
I                                                              to al  the summit      -in t there had nevei
try in                      me  of the men.    T.i beei                     I   from  slides   is fnr as      The I'oroner was called,  the f'                I    ■            i-   "                      b     '".'"■   -
.               ■.     I'liillips the t'o                   ■            The  deversion .of tho jur}   stating  that  au agreement    day'    work
flu   n ief ;          ■'   > ••      till . ,.i of llogers Pass has been ver}-ex-   eould     not  I"-    arrived    at. The ji         death                           trim
I      ii                                s              high pensive,  as extru  precaution  hud been  wore theu disehurged,                                   Mo«t   »f   them
undue                      Hogei    I'..--     till taken nguinst slides.     Thcrowas,   nol       NKW   JVRV   KMI'.W I.I.I.I'.li.           bed »     fr                                      . ■  n
dn    .;-       i    ••  ...     thi   inei      near greal   risk     for men working  at   that] -A  new     jury was empam                    the
■ ■     .                          oming,  bin      the riiai-e at   that  time  I  considered,     as   morning enjisisting of:
Hu iim   slides  there   ii  that  ti  wer Idom I    V.    I'..    McCI ghau iim.'in.mi  !:■ ■•
.'                                             ook known.      The  big   slide  was  entire!}    M. Cl. Melvtn, < ,  ll. Miu'donald, F  ll
use   nn.m|.•"!.'.I.     There arc i les com-   ^ -■ "• Smith,  \. Ilobson.
on u nil                                             »as pclliin,  men to work at  night,       Tlio
THE CANADIAN  BANK
OF COMMERCE
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000      Reserve, $6,000,000
DRAFTS ON   FOREIGN   COUNTRIES
Arrangements have recently been completed under which  the  branches
of this Bank are ubhi to Issue Drafts on the principal points
In tlie lulluv/tng countries:
Austria-Hungary    Finland Ireland F.uiiia
Belgium Formosa tialy Servia
Brazil France j.if.an Siam
Bulgaria Fr'ch Cochin-China   jn\a South Africa
Ceylon Germany Manchuria Straits ScttlemwHa
China Great Pritaia Mexico Sweden
Crete Greece Norway Switzerland
Denmark Holland Persia Turkey
Egypt Iceland Phillipine Islands    West Indie* rn
Faroe Islands India Rouinania and      .".'here
NO   DELAY   IN   ISSUING. rULL   PARTICULARS   ON    APPLICATIOH
REVELSTOKE    BRANCH—A.    H.     ALLEN.     r\'GP.
'i&mG£S£
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Office—Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Authorized      -      -     $10,000 OC0.00
Capital Paid Up 5,000,000.00
Reserve        ....        5,000,000.00
Branches nr Agents at nil principal prints in Canada.
Agents In Great Britain nnd United States—Lrndou, England,
Lloyds Bank, Limited. Chicago—First National Bank, < om Kx-
change National Bank. Seattle—Seattle National Bank. Pan Fran-
. ico—Wellp Furgo Nevada National Bank. Spokane- El hange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of §1 nnd upward, received, ami interest alh wed at
current rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited,
Revelstoke Branch—A. B.McClcneghan, f-'gr.
lU.len Death
The     new   inquest      w ill  he I
\l mil .•   ir M.  March 1 Ith.,  n' 2 p
lent, a   in. I. nil competenl.
t e, . "   u.i.   '| he ' . I'. II        ■        . i  ivlthhehl any   in tl»" l
mu-   'lilr,.   to «i [tin  ... ..I
.    The  liinli. r      ..ii   ll ' 'will
\ '   .lh-   shun   ili.it   u.i      .Ii.l" unu    .I.mn
li       mis
"".    Ilovi .   m...i   i '    ,    lied i      .1   :'   iii;.
' lii.M-i..ii  ai   il in- jwhnl   ■ ci-.I   thr    lii!     ul  i
mn , hut il                                      now . I..,,, . :.,....!
.   i -           »ill    nol  -imi.I in ih.- nm ,,, ,|„. I,,..   ,,,, n
'       ■ i"   11." ■ ler il  «ill  ii    i    i  i, |    i  .,     i     -'.!.■
■
Great Northern Disaster
i|      |, a-The »
tho Wi     rgtoi       aim
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wed h  i   ■    .!■■!   ihe  ''    I'.   I!,
"ihi   ii ill di
l'i.i' i ii all)      all   nl     tl
I ileal   \..i lh. ill   utlii in!-    tl
nal       lh    •iutl I        ive •' ideni ■      ol  „„_ ,,. , ,,i„.. ■ .,.,,n i„.
lo     path In     Miii....iiI..ir  in  ih" i.
i     . .,■ i ei    i>-   bio ■    i.n ih.- hoad.
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I   .   ' iii  "illumine,   up.   M-iiil
i"iii.il    like nn accident,
....
ih.- meeting held the night  lied
avalanche ir. tl erval
i Im train, when tin
teil  .iii.l"       '..     ■  1."  tl em  rfov n  thr
'"   pointinu .mi  ihii evidence showed     a   mountnin and were refu ed,
Will IIStiN'.
livery   pei -.in     who attende I     thai
i i in     ire dead     wil li
i.i Henry  II. White, of Seattle.
1 i' ■■ ue i ■     ni     Seei       Hoi   " ■
S|iiiiiu- li I    will he nske
uneN|ieeted,     There i    apparently   no Iwhal  the}   know aboul  thr   Gi moti
rule rompellina men lo work nl  night   thorn nllotving     n forest  fire to  i   .•■
in ■     I found i  "i.\-   except an unwritten euntoni among ill"   lor weol      i I    nnimer, burning     the
mountnin   nlonca  bare  and  destroying      h
ihe trooa and  shi ubberj . w hii h would
have prevented tha  dide, | ,
Wellington, March !•— A total of six-   bj   \l
ty     two bodied    hnvo been  rocoven i
di    i' rl  nol  I n  Lu..ii ii  there     for
'M         It u.iJ no inin.' danger-
■ :      While 1  wus'oui   Working  thero  thai   nighl      than
pro- ' nny other put of the rond,     Tlie num
■ .   li".  of fore ii killed ihowcd ii     wan
■ I
||    nil every-
i 11 i    mon.
nil   I .11 TH    lll-^ Mllil'.l'..
I her. A In ■    .    flic jury  retired, and after nn hour
Didn't  know     of  or io of discussion, (ailed i" como to
' before  li     is  nu agreement ovot thelt vordlct,
The Passion Play
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THE MAIL-HERALD REVELSTOKE, B- C-
SATUOTAY,  MARCH   12,  1010.
Look!  Look and Read!
Actual Comparison of Eastern Catalogue
Prices, Freight Added, with
owson's Prices
Winnipeg price   Weight   Freight   Total    Howson's Price delivered
Kitchen Chairs
50c.
101b.
23c.
73c.
Kitchen Cabinet
$6.75
1501b.
$3.53
$10.72
Dining Table
10.55
1651b.
3.87
14.42
Dining Chairs
88c.
121b.
28c.
1.16
Dresser and Stand
8.95
1501b.
3.52
12.47
..
1.25
1601b.
3.76
15.01
Bed
3.55
601b.
1.41
4.96
Bed
5.35
681b.
1.59
6.94
Dominion Spring
2.40
601b.
1.41
3.81
Child's Cot
5.10
751b.
1.76
6.86
Ostermore Mattress 15.00
70c.
$9.60
14.40
1.20
13.00
14.00
5.20
7.20
4.00
7.20
16.50
_"  uli..hi   the matter In  ullni'liing      ri
judge of      the      Supreme  f i.      li
seemed lir him unfair iImi any cluirge
should be iini.le u.iiii-l a person in ;i
high position on the I'.-n.-li without
.i\ in. i hnl person some eliiince of
prepnring .1 reply. After the scolding the \llornei lleneral had given
him 1 h" |hm\ i.ni- night ulioiit lowering lh" tune of debute lie hurtllj
though!  lie "uniii  iipprove of  litis style
of  tutu k.      II"    ....i'i   pi..1 ,■     'no
judgment .ni" wuy or' the other himself, n. he hud llciird nidi ..ne side of
ih" , n .'. Inn   he would lie _lud i" sup-
|»>i t    1  11  l'i'i   :i  foinmission     of
liupiiri in onl r ilml they might
know   iln- truth.
lion. Mr. It iv ■• ■ dd tl m lhe nm-
eiidmi' ii "1 imi ."i ih"t 1 In- Mouse
could consider, 1- ii 11011UI bring
ahoiii ic I 1 ■■ in 1. oi il ,■ liill becuuso 11 dealt with appointments in
the - ipreii " 1 '011 1 llcnch, n mailer
lliu » hold '.. lie under ih" jurisdiction of ilie I-V leral ftovcrnment entirely.      I'iie   House  hud   nlso   pn I 11
resului ion  to   the elToci   that   no     por-
ihl
nppointed   in  ihe S11-
We make our profit by shipping in car load lots,thereby
saving freight rates. Bring catalogue giving description of other
goods not specified in this list to^our store and we will prove our
statements. Remember we deliver goods and^set up free from
breakage.
R. Howson & Co., Revelstoke, B. C.
Tea That is Always Fresh
"SALADA" is grown in the finest tea gardens of
the Island of Ceylon, picked every day and reaches
you not later than fifteen weeks after being gathered. Its native purity and fine flavour are preserved
in air-tight sealed "SALADA" packets. You
are guaranteed  tea of  unvarying  good  quality.
Ask your grocer for a package to-day.   You'll like It.
  Black. .Mixed und Natural llrcon, 40c, 5Uc, 60c uud Tl)c por lb.	
JUDICIAL APPOINTMENTS
1    "Ue     fool  the     m itj  of such     a possible '... _*.■!  .it  this .In-- of cicc in
step ivlien [oistod on us  ure such men nny other wuy  than  throiiuh   the free-
n-  the     .ni"  I     urn  ..'in.' '... refer  to. iliim    if  the  House,  und   liioil.h  ho be-
  When .1  iiinii i- nppointed  Administru-    ieved     thai     1-  r lutiini   ivus  gotn&
r ,         j.            -.                    .       1.      tm   in ,1  now  i-oiintrv  to protect  those to  bo  di-nllowed.    whal   other cliunce
hxtraarijinary Discussion in ttiE»•„., „ n    t.„>i»s,.iv,.<, ,_>»«,. .1,   h, , .1,, *„•„ „
■     , j  1                                 wlm-ic iluti   1-  to prate I   the   Ion tention.  with                   that  it
LLdluldLlll C                           tlii'ii-   -'i,-."--..,■-.   the  miu i            the wu;    fm           ppoul
1 the L'owii    .f  in.-  Knu'.   iiutho            ■ io-li^ntioii  ni
111    the    I'lOVilll'illl    l.e.i.l.'illlle    Friday     ,| |,|    |]()|,                                                          .   ,,. Ijllkt^I
Mr.      Mnccowun. ime "f   the membors   |„.,m.      \„ | , |„. ,„,,, «    ,      „   wl with rboul    lith i._:r                              of tho
for   Vnncouvor,   niove.l.   in   lommiltee   ,i„.  | •„,_,-.   ,.                                ,,,.
of the     Whole on  "An   \cl   to mneud   tll(<   ,,,,,.,,...
the Supreme Coin I   Art,"   lo     mill
lien  section ns foliou -■
_ .,-  prii i-
-    beti ivs  I .......
d I-      Is such .1 nmn lit I     .r.-u'o tlio   j , .   ■        I  - Lum   I   mn
"Provided   however,   thnt   no  person   IVnoh of Supreme ... .!,,„.. Ui-
shull be eligible for     the position     of nn\   bolter  I
-I'l.l.'e  of  -.ii.l    (..mi.  ..i   -1;   iii   i.i,J__- to   lhe per
111.-lit   uu  ;in>   "a-".   I'll.,  'ii-   iie-ii   '.li.-'l In-  liiin-""'      V
und convicted of        rime,     ■   who I.a- n
been churned nnd  not   absolutely     ex- Vt  time- i .....
onei'uted      ..i such    hariio,  or acaii
V. hom   the   -li'.lll"   ■■::,'.' ... .       .
doing remains.''
Mr.      Maciroivai        ■■id    that
from  a ■• ho  had litt'.-  to   do '■
.. ith I". il   itTuirs, i    ■•   .
1 .-     wa-
lii..vjri_ "    ■   '       ■
■ .as  1
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people   had : r
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promi. 1 niirt I'.. n-i . in;...- I,., hud had
loll y ' ' • pel il'llco ai ilie bur in
Uriiisli 1'nliiinliiii. .uul ii ua- declined  I,, '. tirelj     ultra  vires.        llu
Would    llier.'l |sl<       ill"   hull,   .elille-
man  lo w Ith Ir .m   hi- ninendmoiit.
Mi'. Mall llu.1 iu Im nito -aid lhe ipies-
1 ion 11 n- ..f -  interest to the poo-
pie in'   lain- lumbiii.      'lh     hail
I'"""    ,   uen -i  il      f.-.■ 1 i 11 _   fui'   -..ni"   lime
pa I   ilml   S iprome Court   judges  wero
ivhril   iliei   -I...uiil lie.   II"   had asli-
"il  two \.'.u -   ago \\ hothor 11   ll a-      in
ill" pi ni 11   ni   iii"  House   iu  .l.al  with ,
-11.-h   mallei -.   Imi   iii,.  Spenker      held !
ihai   ih."   . ould  not, nnd tin. member '
for tin    I        d hud also opposed     him j
strongli.      lie  .Ii.l   nut   think   lhe judges  -1 .. " I   ii"   above  criticism;   Inn   he ]
■Vitrei le llll '     1 ll 'live-    made Ily   1
the 111.'in!..1 for Vuiicouvor were mil
more  -;.■   ill     as  he  named   no ..ne ami
'!   ovor      ihe  whole  Honeh.
II" .Ii.l mu I llillk llii- wa- fair ns lhe
•uni."-     wore     mostly men  uf ability
ui,I there wns not a bollor imi-i in
1 an.i.l.i   iii.11.  Chief .lir-ti-o Tliinier. (If
course.  In-   k   ih" stand   lhal  as      a
rule u.irl.ii...men did m,( nlivnys n-
■ "!\ " lie n.'-i i leatineiit in lire (lourla
but ilml was -imply because the Icgis-
lutioti of ih" country wns framed      in
npiliilistic interests ami if labor interests predominated ii might bo oth-
erivisi.      In   rogurd  to  the amendment
he   lliun.llt    il    ua-     1   mallei'   iur        lhe
Dominion   II,.u— i  than   ihe local,
though a- iii.a paid ih.. iinl.e- they
should ha\e mure to say than thoy
wore dlowed .. Imvo. II.- .lid not
feel, however, thnt ind..- laid them-
-eK.. open 1.1 criticism by allowing
lliemsolves     in     lie lured  In   political
derations.     For example Mr,  .Ins
' "" 1 '   ha-  pa I   iii.I.in..rn    on
un   \. ;  i'.i I In   ihi- Houso irr which
t-iireil th,. lluu-e very severely,
llui  _i    it   was   no   business   of hi-   to
.. a- the business uf the Legislature ua- -.urn-thin, he hnl nothing to
I h   all I    il"   had   bl'Otlglll   -ullie   el'i-
ti. i-111   on   hi-   head   for  that.   Imt    "al
nn.'     nm.- he .11.1 imi   think  this
•   ua- ..ti"  for tlie   House tu deal
IVhilr was   nut   often      he
,1  ta..  Urol.-,  there u i-  a  saying
iii tr pen tor  ui   Nazareth
i-   might   npp \   in   thi-  place,  "He
in among you.     let
it  the  first  -tune."
Mr I'liillips    -aid   he   would     have
 n   tlii-  charge
Scotch  Whisky
Popular the World 'Round.
The world-wide popularity of Watson 8
Scotch Whisky is one ol the strongest proofs of
its exceptional merit.
The Canadian will seldom he disappointed,
if he asks for Watson's Scotch anywhere from
Halifax to Vancouver.
If he travels down the Pacific Coast he will
find it at the "Portland" or the "St. Francis."
Should he continue his journey through the
Orient, he will find Watson's in Honolulu ; in
Levuka (Fiji); at the "Grand" in Yokahama;
the "Imperial in Tokio; and at every house of
any consequence in the Flowery Kingdom.
Even in far-off Korea the hrand is well known.
It is the favorite of our American friends
in Manilla, and can be had at the "Hongkong.
From the famous "Raffles Hotel" in Singapore
to the "Taj Mahal in Bombay, it is known
and enjoyed, and Australasia has accepted it as
Scotland s best.
Insist     on
Watson's
"THREE STAR"—A mild, thoroutfMy mtturtd Scotcfc.
"NO. 10"—A lull-bodied, r.ctly flavored Scotch.
JAMES WATSON & CO., Limited  -   Dundee.
been known t<> give six months in
gaol to a man Jor sleeping in a box
car, was om* that did not reflect much
credit on ihis Conservative Government, In Naiiaimo they had a police
magistrate with whom they hud no
Complaint. Hut   no   far as   Mr.   Wil
liams of Vancouver, went if the appointments of liberals were unsatisfactory, Mime oi the Conservative appointments were even worse.
WOMAN'S WORLD
Till'. ATTRACTIVE AGE.
Y'm- tin- woman nn age is moee   nt-
,   liferent  forum.     He   tractive than 23,     She is in the lirst
! null uur. h that  the member for   llusli nf having just  arrived. The slim
;. I  iv.|..tted that   promise* nf trirlli 1 have been ri'iiliz-
ins had been <;i<i   '"'I in  tli'1 full beauty nf womanhood.
■   Court   Henrh   nun-   She still  Im- delusions, Imt  they   nre
for tlm mi'!  part  nf   not  delusions,      Sin-  still  is Innocent.
llmt im longer    ignorant.      Statistioa
.! I',,,.   ..,j,i i„.     Hid 1 "how ilmt irrnr..  women marry al'23
.,,,      ,),,.   than nt  .iny other age. The bachelor
l0   woman  is at   Inn-  best   at  30,  because
II,.   i,,,!,!    lie i   ...I.   uur.ly charming. She   baa
,il(1   all tli,- advantages with which  Datura
■ i lipped  liei,  and  Im-  rnlili.il tho frills
and furbelows  nf  nrt.     Ai   :t."i  thr ex-
ni'lr   rlever  i\nmnn reaehea ilir- ^nn-
   ni her i'm -. iii i: ton.     The woman
ha    more  brains  than  honrt      is
.,,-   "'■"■i  more dm        llinn then,   for
ho  l. i    i ikon     iln- moasura nf man-
/ i ,,.. . ..n  Its iveaknessM as
.   oi    i harp with a i thousand itrlngn.
of     Ihe
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Rr       lohn  I ewtas, will give Iris
Iwn I ir..."       r ravel    lectures     in Uur
 n next   Monday   mid
I'ucsil •. Mn. h ! Uh and 18th
I     h  of  iln> lecturos     will
the pub ' '         -  beautifully
n ide ■ peclally     for
i      nf ih.. loading
nn     .i'r'    ..f  London,     who accompanied
i.i    |ournoy through
I   iropn,    rr.'l   rli.-  I Ir i..nl.
i'i ' I \l    Mil M I    In  MIA.
■   Ioi lure t.. men nn-
i  i    .n  Parlor Theatre,     at
i p   I... M ,•■ I,  13th,
I he M.i     f..r  i he    T«..uiil ih Cen-
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Raw Purs Bought
(Jash Prices Paid
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Purs.
"signs-
All kinds Reasonable Ibices
Painting and
Paper Hanging
Satisfaction Guaranteed
R. Z. CRAWFORD
Cor. Third St. and Itobcon Avenue
H. B. STONEX
Practical..
Machinist
Repair! of'all  kinds  neatly carried on
Bloyola and Gun work a specialty
Eatlmatea gfven on any class
of work.
Front     Street.
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Best varieties of
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786 Granville St.   P.O. Box 1063
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THE M.A1L-RERALD, REVELSTOKE, B
Page 3
Closing Out Prices
Fruit and Ornamental Trees
Having die) ond of our mmery (iroundB to be cleaned up
by Mny, 1 uni ptej'Hnd to offer ppecial prices on all cath baipainB
Splendid iifsortnient of omiinientiil trees, acolimatfd Mock,
having been (trt win); on our groundp lor years, from 10c. up.
One of ilie Irt-Kt selections of roue in B.C. in all Ifadirg
vstietii s, n'ilnlili' for (bin Bection. in good 2-yenr blooming sizes,
'_5c. enib, it'JH por 100, 1160 per 1000, m slier one? half-price.
60,000 (nit tuts in leading varieties Lei me prict your lii-t
10,000 simile trees, in nil sizes and prices.
(iinnlnii.ns lull of pltmts. in iill sizes and piices, from $3
per llltl pots up,
M. J. HENRY
OFFICE AND PACKING GROUNDS
3010 Westminster Road, Vancouver
NOTICE
NOTICE IS IM.UF.nY GIVEN that
•Uty days from date I intend to apply to tli.- chief Commissioner ot
Lands for purohaso ol land situated
about 160 chains up from mouth of
Wood River, post planted about 160
chains above mouth of Wnod river and
marked E. A. Andrews, S. W. rorncr
post, thence north 40 chains, east 40
chains, south til chains, thenoe west
following Wnod river to point of commencement,
Dated this 10th day of December,
1909. E. A.  ANDHEWS.
Vi.  ANDREWS.
Agent.
nsroTiciLi
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
a'nty days from date I intend to apply to the Chiel Commissioner of
Lands for purchase of land situated
about 110 chains up from mouth of
Wood river, post planted ou north
aide of river and marked P. A. lied -
atroni, S. E. corner post, thence north
40 chains, wast In chains, south -10
chains, east 10 chains, containing 160
acres more or less.
Dated this 10th day of December ,
1909.
P. A.  HEDSTROM.
G. E. HEDSTROM,
Agent.
3STOTIOE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
siity days from date 1 intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands for purchase of land situated
about 110 'hains up from mouth of
Wood river, post planted on north
aide of Wood river anil marked O. E.
Hedstrom, S. Vi. corner post, thence
narth 40 chains, cast 40 chains, south
to chains to Wood river, west following river to point of commencement ,
containing  160 acres more or less.
Dated this 10th day of De.embir ,
1909.
G. E.  HEDSTROM.
Synopsis of Canadian Homestead Regulations
ANY Hvtiihtble Dominion Lhu i within the
Railway Holt im British Columbia, may
be homosiortiloti by any per on who is the Hole
bead of a family,nr nn> male over i1* years of
age, to tha axtout of oue*quart6r section of im
acres more nr ios<.
Kntry must he made personally ai the local
laud ollice fnr lho district iti which the land is
situate: Entry hy prosy may, however, be
mado on rnrlntii roudmonti by the father,
3 other, son. daughter, brother or Bister of an
iui I mc homesteader.
The hoinos'oHdor l< required to perform the
eruditions connected therewith uuder one of
the following plans ;
(1) Atleas-tsix months1 residouce upou and
cultivation of tho land iu each year for inree
years,
(2) If the father (or mother, if the father is
decoHsod) of the homesteader resides uimn a
farm in the viciuily of the land entered f"r, the
requirements us tn resideuce maybe satisfied
by iich pers.iu rostdlng with the father or
mother.
<3) If the settler b as bis permanent residence
upon fHrminic lend owned by him in the vicinity of bis homestead, the requirement? as to
residence may he satisfied by re-ideuco upon
the said Und
Six mouths' notice iu writing should be given
to tlio Con raUsloner of Dominion Lands ut
Ottuwn of lotentioa to apply fnr patent.
Coal foal mining rights may be lea>ed for
a period ot twenty-mie year- at uu annual
rental of II per aero. Not more than 2,W
■ores shall bo leased to one individual or
company A royalty at the rate of the centr
per ton shall be collected on the merchtuiUthlt'
■mil mined.
W, W. CORV.
Deputy of the Miuister of the Interior.
N H. Unauthorized publication of this ud
Tertisomeut will not he nald for.
Notice to Contractors
ARROW   I'AKK   SCHOOL.
SKA I.K I) 'I'l Mill;-, superscribed
"Tender for School Building, Arrow
Park," will be received by the Hon.
the Minister oi Public Works up in
und including the :'<l-t day of Murch,
1910, for the erection and completion
of a large one-room frame school building in the Yii.n 1 ..■. i<.inl School
District.
Plans, specificntions, contract, and
forms of tender may be seen on und
aftei   tl" Tib dn>   of  March,   lnlu,  at
tli.- otlice of the  .'ernment Agent ut
Nelson;     the r lii..   . i the ' lovei  inenl
Agent at  Uevclsi. !. (Fiee of   the
r.'iiin. '... Arrow Pari . and at the De-
Secretar; of tli - In nl Bonrd, J. X.
partment ol Public Works, Victoria.
I'.n-li propnsn n ■ ■• he a' i ni] nnied
by un .i i .'..in] bank cheque or ■ lift-
1'nii' r.f deposit on n I artered Lank
of r.iiii.! r. made pai able to the lion,
the Ministci of Public Works, for a
sum equivalent to ten per cent nl the
amount of the tender, whir h shnll be
forfeited ii lhe party tenderii le-
dine to enter into contract whei -all-
ml upon to do so, or if he fail to complete the Ki.i-k contra ted for. The
cheques or certificates of deposit of fron
unsuccessful tenderers will l>.. returned ber
to them upon the execution ..f the contract.
Tenders will inn be considered unless made out on the forms supplied
signed with the actual signature of
the tend..i'ii'. and enclosed in I e envelopes  furnished.
The lowest or any tender no: necessarily accepted.
F. C. GAMBLE,
Publii' Works   Engineer.
Department  Public Works.
Victoria. B.C., March 2,  1910.
I
ROGERS PASS DISASTERS
A.
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servu
dress
_ I'll VI
It. ol
were
leom
NOTICE.
IN THE MATTER OF AN AIM'I.I -
calinn for the is-n" ol .1 dupli ate
Certificate of Title to Part (ii ar re l
nf Smith lust i oi the North West
J of Section 35, Township 23, Range
2, West of the sixth meridian.
NOTICE IS HEREBY. GIVEN that
it is my intention to issue at the expiration ol one month alter the first
publication hereof n duplicate "i the
Certificate oi Title to the above m.-n-
tioned land in tlie name ol William
Edgar Smith, nl h I ertil! ite i- dated the ISth November 1009 u.J numbered 11879A.
"T. M. BOWMAN"
Deputy Distrii -   Uegistrar.
Land Registry Office, j. 26.1m.
Nelson, B. i'.. Jan. 22, W10.
Fop Sale op Io Rent
Two 6-roomed houses and A . res of
land. Been cultivated for years. All
kind- of small fruit.  A good location
just  outside of city  limit..—$4,i .00.
Hall ensh.  Will sell or rent  any
ti..r, ol this property.
comrades
and llowers covered the
flouted half mast 11i __:11 fr
public buildings and stor
thj for those who lied
of 'Inn.
Howard McHuc and Fin
Lnuderiuiin, anil both <■
man \laii.pii/.' found libe
in_ through the cub
. limbing onto the dome, lie « ns partly smothered by lho snow cloud and
wus nearlj swept turn) by the wind
which accompanied It. 'I he lender "i
the engine, on the footboard of which
Suit.-111111111 ll. I\. Patterson wus then
landing, wus engulfed in un enormous     bank of      tighll>     compr I
snow. fortunately Mainprise re inhered w here Patterson hud I n landing when lhe avalanche engulfed them
and a rescue party, ivhv li wus quicklj
formed succeeded in lornting him utter
an  hour  ni  toil,  lie  was   in  a  partial-
,   ly     upright position   and u, iscious
[j|nirs.   when    found.        One leg was crushed
,i      nml broken and the man was bleediug
from the mouth and nose.
A  REMARKABLE  ESCAPE.
One   of il»'     most remurkable inci-
inn   Wi
lilllli
aim
..     Th
aped.   1
'ore-
Ma
walkiliL
>  by ci
uwl-
nn
op   ,,.    1
\\ illtlllW
unrl
tru.
k.         S
l-l Nl UAI.
The funeral of  the In
i'llll  was  held  i ll  Wed
ih,. V. M. V. A., a Inn
! ,iii.| a-, nnd members
Brotherhood  of   Locomotive
an.l  Firemen  heing  present.
'I lie  Rev.  (.'.   A.   i'r I ier
-.,   delivering  nn   impre
,i  the     V.  M. C    A.
-i.l,. the Inn ial service:
I...    K.  and P. of L.
ad, being il"' lust marks of es-
o   the  dead  by   the  deceased's
i:. P
iii
nft..in
.l.a
.'•    n
ini-
ol
lli,.
Engin
vi
rend
ssive
lli..
mi
At
ll ie
ol
the
V. &
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i-offii
all
n  sympn-
the posts
WORKMAN INJURED!
A. McKechnie, u laborer, while engaged in clearing uwuy tli" wreckage
of snow shed No. 22, near ' llaeier, on
Wednesday evening, sustained a nasty
''""'■ gash on I'm- 'in.'! with an a\" which
a man working ill front  of him      had
dents
nl
disaster
Soucie's
ear tin'
•ribed
A   good
■   :n ■ i •.       :
time.
E. PICARD
R.
tinw  i- youi
elstofce.
-u Line   biv k   while
tiinU-r.   MrKi
j hospitul   hi re   « hen
I.i    i
Eggs top Hatching
Eggs  ''■■'   hal hing  from the follow-
ng  impr irted pun   bred stocn:
S. C. Rho •   Isl md Reds.—$2.00.
Silvei   1 a ed Wyandottes,—$2.00
Barred  Plymouth Rocks,—$2.00
S. C, BuB 1 eghorns,—$2.00
Cornish Indian Game,—$2.00
White Crested  Black  Polish,-$2.00
Km.i.n '..•-•.   $3.00,
d Pckin Ducks.—$1.75.
rVlso stock from the above for sale.
MRS. K. A.    UPPER.
LAND NOTICE
TAKE NOTICE that I Percy Harold
Pearse, of Trout Lake, 11. (.'., occupation engineer, Intend to apply for \t.-r-
mission to purchase the following dc-
ecribed lands:—
Commencing at a poll planted at
the N. W. corner of lot 4738, thel «
east 20 chains, thenoe north 20 ehuins,
thence west 20 chains moro or h'si to
lake shore, thcn.ii south easterly a ■
long lake shore about 30 chains to the
B. W. corner of lot 472S, thenr-o north
along western boiiiulary of lot t7'.N
about 10 chains to point of common, e-
Bant and containing 10 rules more or
lees.
PERCY nAROLD PEARSE.
December 16th, 1909.
3STOTICE
Revelstoke Land District.
District ol Wesl Km.''-nny.
Take Notice thai I. M. K. Lawson,
of Revelstoke, housekeeper, Intend to
apply for permission to purcbaae the
following rli"-' lib'il lands:
Ootnmenolng at a post planted al the
south-east cornel r.t I,.a 8,668, and
marked "M. K. Lawson's North-west
Corner Post") thence 10 chains southi
thenoe l" ohalns wost ■. theni t '2>i chains
north: thenoe 10 chains east: thence
aOciiniiiH north to line ol Lol 8,6681
thenoe along said line bo place ol com
menoement.
Dali'd u.iirl.i'i 18th, ISOB.
Nov. 17 tf.   MINNIE K. LAWStiN.
3STOTICE
Notice is hereby given that
sixty days alter date I, J.
Brill, occupation, carpenter, intend  to
apply iii the thief Commissioner of
lands tor the purchase ol the following described land, r rmmei ing at u
post plnnt.-.i aim'it J > chains south oi
w.>...i Rivei Irom
the mouth and marked J, i'.i ill S. W.
.-.iruur    post,      ll SO i hains,
north . ol M     r riv
er,     ih..ie el [ south I ank of
Wood Rivei ab rut  60   haini.
-''   ■ point     ..i
...ii,mi.r. ■ n, •  . aing 161
m r lest.
Dated lh    I li ■ Di
■I. BRILL,
G,  E. II.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given   that CO days
| from date 1, Vi. Andrews,  ■
miner, intend to apply lo the
I Commissioner ol Lands, to purchase
'. the following den ribed land, situated
i about 20ti chain* irom mouth o! Wood
'River nnd a post planted on south
I side of river and marked W. Al
IN, B, corner post, then •■ south 4n
', chains,      west    4"     chains,   north  40
chains to point r! W    !  river,  then.c
following tiaii'h . i Vi
..I ...lum.'!. so ta nil _•  160 ac •
rSS   Innre   ..I
Dated tl... 10th day ol Dei .    1909
W. ANUHLWS.
Palace Restaurant
McKenzie   Avenue
Fruit. CftDflies, Cigars'.Tobacco.
Meal? 35 cents.
A. H. Sing, Proprietor
UNION HOTEL
ARROWHEAD, 1'.  C.
Special Attention given to commercial
men ainl tourists. First-class sample
rooms. Finest scenery in I'.r.t.sh Colombia, overlooking I'pper Arrow Lake.
W. J. Lightburne, Prop.
GALT   COAL!
Sentl in your orders foi
this excellent coal
Dry Cedar, 4-Foot
$3.75 Per Cord.
BARGAINS  IN
Residences,  Buildii    Lots
Fruit Lands
W. B. ROBERTSON
First Street     Tel 6B.
tlie   Rogers   Pn
was. lhe escape of ten men of
crew    who  were  helping   to i-l»
-li.i...    Duncan    McRae  ihus d
the incident:
"i Im crew consisted of I I men «iilr
.1.   Sour ie in charge,   it.   Thomas, i	
•learing the shed of the crew, wa< not feeling well and
was taken to the remained in hU car at Glacier. The
his wound was |others were ii. Nichols, J. McLennan,
It. McDonald, G. Petrie, I', .lohnson,
PNOWSUDE AT FIELD. M. McDonald, L. McDonald, I). Mc-
The nwiul spectacle ol a descending Kenzte, d. Murdock, J. Statschuick,
nvalai he, .'mi engulfed the Incomo- an Austrian, Mike Mawasi, ri German,
live ■ ■ .• engine crew close and myself. I heard a crack liki- the
in death, v..i- ivitn—d at Field Tues- noise of a snoWslide starting, but the
day. ■ originated nn an ice noise ni -ream {rom the rotary, the
Ifield, south of the railway and appar- wildness of the storm, which was the
cntly received its lirst impetus in a most awful I have ever seen in the
precipitous drop of several hundred mountains, ami. the fact that the
;....; Irom a remote place on the sum- snow thrown up by the rotary was
mii. It then swept straight down taken bj the wind and driven over n-
the gulch until deflected by a bend in blinding sheets, made me feel lin-
iuto a diagonal course across th rtain about it. Presently, how-
mountain slope, crossing the railway ever, I heard trees cracking above us
ira. k p.-ar the western extremity     of  and knew the worst—that  we were in
the yard,     three quartet's     "i ti mile   the wuke of a bin slid mini! down
upon U-.     I shouted 'Everybody look
out'.      I  was in  a  pit  aboul   -W  feet
deep  and climbed  out  to  run.  but the
fresh, soft  and deep snow  made running  in,p..--ih..-.     \.. sooner had     I
ho wind of the slide
pushed tn.- on.  I f.-li
k.-pt
from
latioi .     In an  instant
the
suite
... _ ine was enveloped     in
a
cloud
and when tho vision pa 1
the
front  part  wus     protruding from     a
dyke     -hap.! embankment oi    snow,
which reared     it- shape ■"•" feel  high,   gol  out     than
extending across  the railway and   for   caught me and
onsidernble distance on either side,   it  was all over with
Union Hotel
RESTAURANT
I nder New M:inug«'n3f,nt
WHITE HELP ONLY
Stewart Macdonald
Proprietor
inn i
The men in     the cab were Engineer j my feet going as the wind rushed me
r
Your money
back if
Purity
Flour
does net prove entirely
satisfactory in the baking.
. ... ion u .- as it
on water. I was landed
,. snow shed on the old
n-ie     had   i lighted lump
in his han I when the slide ■ n lown
u .1 ... .- i, i, to lii- lamp which rein i lied   alight   through   lhe  nwful   im>-
ii W. A n   i-   •' •   shock  wns
over ive gol   togel her  to    ee »ho were
saf it   of  the  party.     Th.. first man
I , ailed for was .1. Mi l.ennnn, who
ua- un old school mate of mine, but
v .■ found liiin missing. I hen we
found George S'icholls was mis-dug too
Vie looked iirnitnd, and beard a man
. iilliinj for help, We found this wns
Lef'hance, foreman ..f the rotary, who
li.nl been picked up by lhe wind nt
the -lid.' and carried on r..p of the
snowshed. Vie attended to him and
il».a looked round, bill could nol see
another man. or heal in> more .-alls
for help. I then remarked 'there
must li" a loi of men in there,' but
we had lost niri- chi\..i- an.l tools
and were helpless t.. do anything till
tools could be got. IJ. McDonald
was not "iiii ii- al the time having
been put on watch at  the snow shed."
i; I'.i Hi', r   NU IHM s
N ■-  an   I :.. isl man     who  has  I n
in  the .-..ntitri   for six  years.   II.-  was
born  in  Yarmouth,  and  iii-  rela!
consisting   of  n   _        n   ithei   and  uu-
mnrried   sister   live  In   Ptnlhnm,   Norfolk,   I!.   ' ■ Iwin,  of   Sel itoi       Bos-
t'"V-     ranch  nt Ducks, was a fellow
in I,.,'  uitli   him  >.n   the   nip   1
England and ('. Hales, i cousin b/
marriage, and u ho has a ram h
Ducks, came up to lievelstoke lo ln..k
alter lie' funeral in i in gemei I -. the
burial havinc tnkei place yesterday
under iheir direction.
I IJiiAUM isl I l;   RESIGNS
I .Iniin Anderson. Rr -1 hi ist«»r of the
Revelstoke  .-r-.l   of  the   Mom i I
Shtiswap Division, 1. i- resigned his
position. Few mei knew ihe mountains better lhan he, i-..i\in_ had long
..\p.-r ien< t. t'.iM iiii • he -.■ ■ ion work.
and then     as    road i both     st
Field an.l Revelstoke. Losing ■
■ er in tli.- -....! a< -i-i. nt at IJ<._-m -
Pass, and with the awful loss >J life
in ivork under hi- direction he iinnis
no nnn.. to ,\u with -u. li i-.-pnii-rliil-
it>   and '1 •■•■ _■
STOKV id'  I HE  PASS
^1 ing     one ol     I he location    engineers » ho «. rked  . ith  Majoi      Uo-
gel -  on  the origii i'  location      ol the
C.l'.R    line     •■ -    igl      •■.   I', -.     he
- ii,i       "I  rememh
of the  slide w hii li  i.  n -p-.-    i.i
the   disaster.      \l., ...    I;.... ■     poii ■• I
mil  '...  a-  thai   slide . _a>
and       onsi i.■... ■ .      worst
i
.D
-si vj'TsimpI; huy flour from the dollar nnd cent side ofit.   P--V"li-
\J   , ':•   tmeans PURITY FLOUR.   The6i tli"   ■
n mi   ■■■; by the extra number of loaves if bread iti
f the bread ar, I pastry in sweet        - ' ': i    i
I   iing purjty Flour is a safe ■   i  '■   nt.   Vi u
■ • .    ountol I'm-'- ■.'"■; mon
trr nutriment and I > vim ol a   I nl wheat
i , ,    . i Purity 1 li ir c" ' i ''" cr n   -■ er b<
■   .- j slued In m Iln i eol lhe weaker bo.', whi  I
M    RE BREAD AND BETTER BREAD"
•Mi' f,
-,
.
n buy i       lie
•   undcottr
-. 11, 24, 49, nutlh8
.,...   /.: 0 :n
lIs u_d liulf-borrcls
Purity may cost a little
■ Hours
but you'll find its more
than worth the liffci
ei ■ ■. To be genuine,
n ■ ' bear the Parity
trade mark.
WESTERN CANADA PT.OUR MILM CO,, LlXtlTiiD      *
Office, Winnipeg, Man Mills al St. Boniface, Ooderich, Itrumlon
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blocked   ti
rains wore    ml      out
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THE MA_!_■HERA!A) REVELSTOKE, B. C.
SATURDAY,  1IAHC1I   12,  ID It).
Zhe flDail*1beratt>
PUBLISHED WEDNESDAY AND
HATUBDaY   a'I
REV£LSTOKE. B.   G.
interior pubitsbfng Company,
Limited
Subscription   Rates
Iaoludtug |io-uiKt- in hngimul, L uiU'il 8tates
und Canuda.
.13.00
l.M
. l.uu
Hy Lhu year IUhoukIi pusiotllce]	
Half 	
Quurier " " 	
J JB    EUXTING lu-oiuiilly L'xoculuil at roafion-
abto raitw.
TKUMS—t a-ili.    ButMCnpttOUd  payable m ad
v&noe.
ADVERTISING   RATES.
Legal uoliooo lu uuiiim pur Una Hrat insertion,
3 i i'ii; - |'i r Inn; oaoll  lilibnuquunl   iUMM'llotl
Mouhui Binoiil - S'ouparlul [1- llncii make ono
[null], aiuru attu gunural budlnund an-
itotUicemont* v- ■' in:* Inch por inunih.
iMt-fiMit'ii pDMilund, a [H-i uunu ad»
liuu nl. Bit (li-. Atari'iagttii .uni Doailin,
flWC,   uaoh   iiim rinui.
L-mhI   iii'iif.'-   $.,au    All advertUemeutd
H rt;.'. I  hi 1 lu: Uppt'OVal Of Lilt! lii.tnuk'i'tiU'til.
Wauiyd and t midt)n»ud Advoi'Lt.omenu.:
iVganu Wanted, Help Wuinnd, Situatloua
wutiLed, si: u.iM.Mis \',ii-ii ni. Tuachura
Wanlod, Median leu Wanted, M word., or
li'l-. _•■.. eaeh additional line l'i cents.
Change* in iiiandtiig advertiitemonU munc
bein .•>'.' a, in, luesday and Friday of
o-cu week hi seonre goud dlnplay,
CORRESPOND KNCK invited un mailers of
publlu luLorerit, Communications to Kdi-
ior unlit be accompanied by name of
writer, nut ueoeiuarlly fo pubUcaiion. but
m ovniun.o oi food faith. Correspondence
Hhould h*' br.of.
H
ARVEV. MoOAETEH
AND FINkHAM,
BARBIHTKBS, SOLICITORS, ETC.
Ovincus :   lMi'Kiu.iL Hank Building Kkvel
ar om. 11. C,
Money tu I0.111.
'.ml m.   HavuNloko. B t'.    t'ranbroolt, B, I'.
IFOR   EEIsTT
Several   houses,    Furnished
and   Unfurnished
FOE    SALE
Dwelling houses from $1275
upward.
Building Lots in all parts of
City at prices ranging from
$100 up.
REVELSTOKE GENERAL AGENCIES, Ltd.
REAL   ESTATE,   llll:,   KIKE  ANU  ACCIDENT   INSURANCE
Km- ..in- inup ilint .-.nn..- I,, lighi :|i,.i-,.   ii   is a  I'ellci'tion on   Hi'Vi'l«Uiki'     (lint
ar.-  An/,'iu  nl ruses  wlii'i.. ivoiiien  an.I   it* r'iti/enslii|i >lrmih!  In- mensiiivi)    In
BKO. d. McClHTKB
_.  M     I'IN'KHAM'
KovoU:ok«.
J. A. Hiiuhv.
Craubrook
cliildrpli  hail-  li...'n   t..niti...l  mainly  by those narrow      i.li'a-  ainl  that   limited
i li.-     art ions     ..i some ui    th.. hoboes   inii.lli_. e  ivhii'h   treats'      wiih      .li~-
tImi   -nil,., town, an.l  tin, police     an.l courtesy  ami   turns   iloivn   lhe  .-!';'..ra ni
rria_isiraii.s   will   have   lh.'  bui-kini*.    ni    ih,.   ^overninenl   i hifiite  th..  |ieo|ile
the  litizells   in   .lruiiii.   th..  .ity       ni tilling   the      lines   ui      liiulier   nalioiial
these I'htirneters, itlenls.         Cet'lainl.i   ri"     one  .-laiinin_
  any   klloll'lelllfe       of   I'lllU'lltion       ul.ni_
I'KOVIN'l'lAI.   VITOMOBII.K  ROAD.    llu' 'hies "' i'i>n«.'i-vuii i |iublir re-
Vie must  .'iii.T     .mi' pi-otesl    ,. rin-t -mm",  whieli  i-  on.'  ..f  the |ii'oblems
rl„. |...'i.y     ,,i  il„.   Pioviiuial tiovein- '"   ,l'" forefionl   ,.i  imluy,  ivotilil   haw
in.nu   In       iihii-h   Kini-lstnke  i-    1..  lie trented   "ill'   snrli  disi-oiii'lesi   ihi-   ef-
ifivun      ilm ...-In      in   th..  iiutomobile ''"''   '"'   lhe      Hoveiiiiiieiit   lo   promote
road to be     mnstriu'ted    ,.       th,.   the |mblir food by ediiialinu' lhe | -
l'lovim-e.  Wirh  ih.. opening of il Id P'« ""  ■-"  impm-tiun   a  stib.iei-1.
I'arriboo     marl      through   the  Eraser  •—	
Canyon,  ivhi.h  th,' l.'overnmenl    Mate A    ^N|| K    |<A||„ n
Ilill   bi'   at   .in..'   lal'lii'd   .ml.     and     th..
FIRST ST.,   -   REVELSTOKE. j^UJ,,, ini- „f tlu> road provi.leJ for     I.,- The nivfnl     .iisaster al  llo.ets I'ass
tiveen      Malakiva   and   tli..   Okiinai/iin l'~'   Hwk'  ,b"      ' "l-"1'  '"  l'a-'.ii.i.i<
\alley,   theiv  ivmilH   remain  iinlj     the :"kI  '"" ",vU- hi'"'1'  "r lni,,i'' ""   l1"'
  .. ,.    „_„„,|i'Oiiliei'tions    between      .Malakiva'    and   m;'i''   '' f the C.  I'.   II. fioiu    other
"lU^:":erln«V,.,.i.n.Y,,   im-  iihi,'l,   the  t, idge   " —  »»d   '"- -"  -'"'"•      '-
MoKKN'ZIK AVKNUK,                                  lai'i'oss   the Columbia   i--   available,  and •'"•!>li.-i-.-<l   more   'Inn  ever   the  neies-
liux HW, Revklstokk   ih,. eMensioii  ,,i  if,.-   Illenilliivael   road si,-v   "'   ''"'  ''"inplelion   of   lh,.   Vrrow-
ithrotigli  Rogers  I'.,--  lo Oonuld where '"'''"'  '"''      Kiiiit*iin>    Railway,   -.,  a.
ALION&  EVELEIGH.                |h „„„,,, ,. ,„,., „.Uh ,,,„  il|,_| ,„ K|,v lhe    ,-.  ,..  R.  :,„ .,,.,,,„.„„,.
rlen   r..ad.   mid   give    m  altern    e road   '"l"""^"'-  then mains  under     any
-.mil. .,„.! ,.,,-!   from  liolden   lo  Alber- '","|i'i""--      ll   i-      n   matter ..i   -iir-
TIITILLIAM 1.  BRlliUS
B&lTinCet'
Soiicilor, etc.
Solicitor for:—
TaK Canadian Bank ok Comiikbck,
1'hk MoLSD.sa Bank, Eru.
l »OBERT SMITH
Provincial Laud Surveyor,
D^
AltlHIThl TS
Vaniuivkb ami KkvklsTiikk, B, C
ANl'lll'VKK AMI   UKl KLsil'llKK,   li.   I . ■          ,            ,       I.,,,,.,,,.,,    (■„„,,.   i    ,..:!
_^^_^_                              ta.      "uli  ilie opening up .,:  the short '"      "'■"   '"     iMioienai   I enluil   rail-
lseeti.ui  from   liolden  lo   Pulli.ser,     ind *'">'   n"nl'   fl'"m   Klk"-  '""l   fotlowinp
I'.illlllillllH'iltliills .ullil-i'.'si-ii to 1   ist                                                  . i       Knoli.ii.il     ,i,,l   I..In,,.1,,.    \-..l,l.„-.
office, Revelstoke, will have pio.upl    '"   """'-'  ->•>"'» "'  '"I-  ntdi.-itinu '"   ^"""'.^   "»d  t oluml .a   VaUeys,
All
o
attention
c. w. o  w
Mountain v.ow Camp. No. 2-9
■Mooti  Second  And   Fourth   W»tltie-iday, la   , i„.   „   ,.m
mch month, in Solkirk Hill.   Vh,Uii   Wood-. '
in i-i oordially invited to atloud. '   ..i.____«^____i
JOHN I'AKI.sHlN. Inu. Corn.
J. McINTYRK. Clark.
Kootonay lodgo   No. 16, A. P. Jk A. M.
from      l',,ld  there     v. ..I be  i tgl,    ",,""ld      '"'« ''   I'"1    '•""I beff"
'-...nrrnrni...'    Banff    II        i-    a "'"   V    ""l   K'   rn'"1'   :'"   "   L'iv,'s       ""
p.   I    thai    would     >•-   ■ !   - ";   ';,'     "•'""   "'""   -"■''   ;,'""i'1"   ,,s   llM"       ' "
in,..-  ma.nili.vnl ,ads      in   ' M"""'"""!  'I"-     winter         Sel-
.,    ..,  .      llw kirks.         It   in iv lr    -.- i  il,.-    prevent
nh   route f..,' a   tourist ondilion-    „ iio„„l,  but       we
of  the   i    „ ■'   i'"' "   '   '     "'   '    '   '•"'        "'"'
Instead        '   '                    • ""'■    *'1""                   '        ! "'"-    'l"""'
thai    ■ I,--"      • ..     inu   worse
:i pii    !;,-■.,-l-ti.li.     . l        ■• ..,.   tu
H
The rftfttl *r moat
iti^- nr^ tit*' . in 'li"
UASOMi TKMPLE 	
ll (   IS,     M«M   H   .
.tie thiri M >u i«y iu    ,
i\ch    i. iu:ti    tit     _
;. m. Wtlu«broth
r«u     -■]..;     *•
-?'>nt
J   T   POLLO' K. M M*TI R
( HAS. J. A.MAN   ^i.. iu.i \«.
HPJLKIKK  LODGE IJ   1.0.0  K.
51....-    ■•   '  .   '
i t>   a a     .
ikirk H*    «   •
fVUititm ''-■*:::-8-j »r«
t >r tin li Invited to «;;«uJ.
I'.
DltillllC    to   (ill
..   t- ■ nr*    t lie  Fotvsi -
a nil        |mi"1
■ .-ll      Inll -; ni ■' iuu,   nil
Any,       ■ •   .     _ _ •■ i'       -w .-.■■.'..
li i-ik-  u lii--li
-• intt'i*.
•
,    Hope
PROUCIJLIDJI.™
Victoria, March fl Th,. remaining
legislation  on   iln- orrler paper of    tho
local  house ivns  ailviin I  in siu-h vol-
nm.. and wiih Kitcli rapidity >'esturdiiy
I ilml Hi.-ie i~ HOW iair- _r,alllil for
i the assumption ihat the lisl "ill Ire
e.xhatisted ii not by thi~ eveninij ai
l all events by Thursday, so thai pro-
. rogaii.in may take place a- anticipated by iln' lirst minister "ii l'i iclnj ni
tlii~  «eek.     Tin-  past   two dn> s   have
seen  such   rapidity  ni nun,. at      as
early   in  any   session  ivoiilil  lv deemed
impossible,   - nd   reading-  committee
I and ll'pol'1 I'eport ad..pled and third
ami Html rendini! following so r losely
upon  ih.-   heels   ni one  another   that   a
Maul'-   silting   -Illli....I    ill   rm I..11-    ill-
stain -es.
I Two notable example* i.i forced
quick inarching oi ihi- nature were lhe
hill- respecting the I'rovincial I'.lee-
tion- \ i and the Municipal Id" lioiw
! Ad, ihe I.n i.a' of which proved absolutely a,ni-. i,mr.nei -ial. merely pro-
vidiiig a- ii .I.,,.- i.n- ili,< uniii.i niij \ of
pnllin-j In.in- lr\ fixing ih.. dosing
luuu for [lulling in rural municipalities ai T. in-u»ad of "i o'clock, and incidentally leriniuatin. iln- anomaly of
having Inlaw voting perhaps still progressing ni.. ir..in- ait..i' a general
election in the district might In1 Formally dosed. With respect lo the Provincial Elections \.-i amendnient bill,
iii.. in im ipal provisions inn he thus
brielly  suniiuiiri/ed:
All judges ,,i appeal, supreme ami
county courts i.i British Columbia are
disfi'aitrhisiil: the names of any judges
noit appearing upon the register ate
I ordered stricken therefrom at the next
formal   revision;   anl  any   judge      who
may   hereafter resign  hi-  -,..tt   uj  the
bench  m.-ry   only   I ime  a  voter after
lhe expiry of a -i\ month's period,
dating from hi- retirement from the
judiciary;
Advertisement ni voters objected lo
shall he mad.. henceforth fm three
week- in weekly new-paper- and for
three  week-   once  a   Week   ill   dailies;
Commissioners i.n taking the alii-
davits and receiving ihe registration
oi voters niii-t in inline be t hemselves
i i.t.i ■  upon  ihe register;
Voting in , itics shall be divided by
ward-, separate ii.-nd registers oi the
electors   therein  being   prepared      and
Used;
Viiiaine. alone ni lhe four chief
.-ilie- retains lhe ..ne polling booth
system.
Considerable  yiicresting debate arose
liofll   .ill      ll ..Ill       leading   motion
and in loniini  upon thi- particular  bill.      ih.-   altorney-L'eneriil    freely
' .a ling   thai   ihe . Iiief feature of the
bill  was  pi ked  by   th.- . nndiduture
ni .Ind... Henderson, ,-,i il.e late election, while mil ilenving the i.-uini of
Mr. Haw rli.iiiilhw ait" lhat I In- secret
reason for ihe legislation wa- a fear
lhat .India" M.-lm,,- might ,,t some
i.    '■■  iini.- ii..  resurrected  a-  a  politi-
Shamrock Leaf Lard
Imperator Hams and Bacon
Dairy and Creamery Butter
Mince Meat
Fresh and Smoked Fish, (All Kinds)
Eggs Strictly Fresh
P. Burns & Co., Ltd.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MEAT MERCHANTS
N   N.G.
:is uathie;si .
i
Cold Range lodge. K  of p.
No. 26,  Revelstoke, B C.
M«:_l- . l/KB-   ■' K.-'-.-"-      V
ex .-;.!  ..:'■'... :..
in,.-, ri I '
Ha.,     hi     •        ■    -k
Ka..
P.  SMITH, r. ('.
ii. h. :j.RO'K; k  ..• k   k '
j b, si on ^i
ll   F.
I     . M Mm I
Meet*    ;i |    nu   ! ■.  h
T ipping -   ' 'pel ill
.'■ i    .   ■
Visit ng
Dominion Parliament
Mr. I iritimm   intrnrluced  ;i
M       '. i    rt    ■   I   ' he   I; -ilu..;.     \. t   in   -rv-
• !■!■■ nf  ih" rliu.yes
i' ensure  i~   in  re-
■   i* bral  'int'i        ■:    .   \ t'V\    ha/artlotls
. [I'llll'  III- I'Mj.    ■    I'   I      111] '   l.r'lll
if   the Ah        \i   present
.  i kwiird
i  ■ i.i ! on  iln1 rn I iif
i if ive n   ■ ■ "\_   :-i  persons
W hil.'
in th     use     of
■  ion*   \\ lien    n
■'■ ■ UH     . itii'    -I ;i-
rjf   inilen;
-' 1 hip ■■> the trnin
i    no dfln-
[nih        l   Lfiinrded
KecSec. H. V\
Che fll>aiUH)cralc.
The Churches
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1 I.'i II
THE    MOLSONS    BANK
INCORPORATED 18SS
Capital Paid Up
Rest Fund
$3,500,000
$3,500,000
Has 65 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in all the Principal Cities of the World.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS     BANK   DEPARTMENT
At all Branohcs     Interest allowed at highest current rate.
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager.
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from country of origin.
WHOLESALE     DEALERS     ONLY.
IR.E'VIEI-.STOICE    __4.  O.
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $ i a day.    Monthly rate.
j". -a.i_:b:e:rt   stoiste    PBoiP.
GET YOUR BLACKSMITHINGD^NE
L R L e Beau
Corner Third 5-& Campbell Ave
REVELSTOKE
karse Shoeing & Carriage Work a Specialty
Doyle and Allum, Ltd
are disposing of their entire Stock at a
small advance on cost. It will pay you to
investigate their prices on Diamonds,
Jewelry,  Cut  Glass,  Silverware,   Watcho
Doyle and Allum, Limited
Garden, Field
and Flower
SEEDS
New  r.i|r now arriving from oar grower* in K igland, France,
Hollanrl,  Canada mnl   the   United  States.      All   tested  as to
..;• ility and purity nn arrival.    The he.it is good enough for our
. itomers,   Catalogue free.
Ii'iriiin'--   will   In- continued  at our old  ^triiid until May.
Ler that in new location, which will he announced later.
ADDRESS
M. J. HENRY,
3010 Westminster Road
VANCOUVER,       -       -      B. C.
n ..i ii
. ,    four oi
Advertise in The Mail-Herald—It Pays "SATURDAY,   HI Alt!'II   12,   111 111.
THE MAIL-HERA LI), REVELSTOKE, B- 0-
Pace ■
Our Milliners are home
from the Kastern markets
und will be pleased to see
you.      They   have   some
Bwell new things in Ready-
to-wear Hats for 'he present season.
HUME'S SPECIAL
A news sheet devoted to the interests of the citizens of Revelstoke and surrounding
towns and settlements.     Our aim is to place before the purchasing
public the facilities of Our Big Department Store.
Mail orders.
Telephone < 'rders.
Send   the   children   to
tin- store,   i 'nme yourself.
Have our city traveller
call   at   your    home   for
orders.
Ribbon Sale
TOO Yards of Ribbons—Blues, Browns, Navy,
Black—Satin and Silk, 5 and 6 inches wide. Regular
50 to 75 cent Ribbons.    For sale on
Thursday and Friday, 25c. yd.
Note Paper Bargains
A few of you participated in our last bargain in
writing paper, here is another just as good: 100
boxes of tine note paper, no use to describe them,
several different kinds. Thev were 2.5c. and more,
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY ONLY  15c.
50 Boxes of Envelopes containing 100 envelopes,
cream color, square shape, regular 50c. a box. On
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY ONLY --5c. per box.
Shelf Paper
Shelf paper for pantry shelves, very pretty fancy
pattern and pinked edges, comes in pretty tinted
colorings,   lu  yards in   a roll, and only per roll 10c.
Decorative Hatpin
Is a necessity with the present style of hat. This
lot as pretty as the May Flowers, in handsome enamel
gilt fluted, and some with stone settings, extra long
shanks, some 12 and some 15 inches long. A handsome assortment to choose from, each 25c.
House Furnishings
and Carpets
We have just opened up a choice Jline of
Wiltons, Brussells and Velvet Rugs. Latest patterns
at prices never before heard of in Revelstoke.
A large assortment of Cocoa Door Mats. Just
the thing for the muddy weather.
A full line of Brass Poles and fixtures always
on hand.
See the Electric Coffee Mill—
a grand new "llobart" machine.
We ran give you genuine steel cut
coffee, either ground or pulverised,
in a minute's notice.
Just now the spirit of Newness pervades the store. Every department, every
section are showing new goods. Outside
the touch of Spring is in the air. Inside
the store you can feel the same touch of
newness, a change from the sombre winter
shades of the material to the bright and
fresh colorings of the Spring Raiments.
"How Lovely!" is the expression of
many ladies on entering the New Millinery Parlors. The profusion of flowers
is the outstanding feature of the Spring
Millinery.
Tea and Coffee Dept.
With the increased floor and shelf space in our Tea and
Coffee Department we are in a better position to handle these
lines, and ask a share of your orders. We handle a large
assortment of both and can save you money when you buy in
quantities. Some of our lines are Tetley's i!olden Tips and
Tetley's Sunflower, Lipton's. Ben Hur. Blue Ribbon, Salada
Ridgeway's Old Country, and Ridgeway's 5 O'clock. Ram Lais
and 5 O'clock.    We also carry a full quantity of bulk teas.
Our Coffees are always fresh end new and we will grind it
while vou wait.
Flour    Flour    Fl
our
Do you make your own bread? If you do let us sell you
your flour. We are open to quote you prices on Royal Household, Robin Hood, and Drifted Suow. (live us a chance to show
you what we can do in the flour market.
Pickles    Pickles
We are always able to supply you with anything in the
line of Pickles. We carry a large quantity as wt buy direct.
We have Crosse & Blackwell'e in quarts, pints and half pints,
Mixed. Chow Chow. Pickled Walnuts, and Onions. Ilienz Sweet
Mixed. Sour Mixed. M'.eet onions, Sour Onions. < how Chow,
and India Reli.-h. Morton's, Lipton's, Rowat's, and Hayward
Bros, famous Military Pickles in pints and half pints.
How about your Mince Meat? We have jusl received another shipment in lib. packages. 12.1b. pails, and 281b. pails.
Fresh from tbe maker.    Nothing nicer for pics.
Fresh Lettuce and Celery
3weel Potatoes, Lettuce. Celery, Crape Fruit, Oranges, Bananas, and
Lemons just received to-day. I be best on the market. Telephone your orders
and depend on quick delivery and good service.
Boots "J Shoes
For Men, Women and Children. Our Spring
stock is now complete and we can show you the same
styles and leathers that are being shown in New
New York as the latest creations.
FOR MEN we have now our full range of Slater
and Regal shoes. These two makes are too well
known to make explanations necessary for the benelit
of the buying public. The new shapes and leathers
are the matters of supreme importance.
FOR WOMEN we have a choice showing of I. &
T. Bell's union label goods. Up to the minute in
every respect. Tney have no superiors and few equals
FOR CHILDREN we are again showing the
•'Nursery" and "Instructor" shoes. All sizes, all
widths and all styles. I'p to their usual high standard of quality they have some new and natty
features which you have not seen.
The Regal Shoe for Men
The new "Nob" last in Btnooth calf or Russia
leathers, absolutely the latest laBt. Comes in -\ sizes,
and fits every foot. It is our best and a look at it
will convince you it has no superior.    Price 1(5.00.
The Slater Shoe for Men
Vou have not seen our Bpecial Ox-blood boot,
wing tip, made from best Russia leather, union label,
sizes 5. to 10.   Price $(i.0(t.
J. and T. Bell Shoe for Women
The new and nobby street pumps are examples
of what this brand of shoe stand for. Ankle strap?
which make slipping at the heel impossible. See them
It will be our pleasure to make good all we say.
Patent leather 14.25 and $4.50.  Russia Tan $4, $4.50-
The Instructor Shoe for Children
They are the shape of a Child's foot. No pinching of toes with resulting corns.   They wear like iron.
and lit like a glove.     Neat, nobby appearance.'  Vici
Kid and Wax Calf from $1.75 to $3.00 per pair.
China and Glass W
are
A few of those nice Dinner and Tea Sets left.
We always have a bargain in these lines.
We also are showing some good value* in Water
classes, Water lugs, Cups and Saucer-, Bread ami
Uutter Plate- and Fancy China.
Come in and look them over.
Hay and Feed
See ns when you  want  any  Ua     Oati   Bran
Shorts,   ''hop,  and   Wheat,     We are headquarter!
for   I'eeil.
Vou may find a mistake In
our accounting, let ui know ii you
do.   We  have installed the
ti ni possible and are doing
• mr utmosl to keep apace witl
i ",: oan help us if yi
us know of am m   ■      thai mighl
occur.
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THE mail-herald kevelstoke, b. c.
SATURDAY,  M MifH   I'J.   UHO,
RI AND STEAMER
farm md warn
WAI: Wl'l II   I III.  MiU \ I'AINS.
(Bj   IIimii'}     Hyde,     i"   tlii'  'Technical
World   M.iM./in...')
'1 !..■ j,- i  win' llii) world over saw
bus   hi'i'ii  waged  for  111" lasl   live years
n mile und   two  thirds ill length,   and rivals,     the Gi'nnd    Trunk  1'ucilic und
lliev liorcil,  in nil in llioiv effort      to tho Canadian Northern.  Already (.'un
keep  the irrudus  clown  and  the  trucks udu   has  more  miles   of   railroad,      in
on u level,  no less than  twelve miles proportion    to     it- population,  than   ,-    |,,   n    \ \\.\ i;i\I|-'\T\I    |'\i;\|
of lunnels. any other country  in   lhe world.   And
Then,     when  the St.  Paul engineers more new   miles of  track nre actually |    '''he '   >' l:- eompnnj   huve a eurefi
hud found  the lowcsl ltuldur over   lho "'idor  istruction  and   itructed  f,
great  C'nsciule  ran-.,  they  were     con- 'him anywhere el n eai'th
crest  hy     a j   ''" ""'''l  all this coining competiti.
.( tin
ii e  vnl '
n  their   intiil  which lies it.
n   Smith   Kust   Kniiteiiin
wit.li.iiii      iitti'ii.ting more  tlinn      the ' •  ' .  ,, ',,;,,..    I the C.l'.U,      hus roused itself like      i   wi,n      :!'    in view   the}   ure cleurili;
i      ..   ...!....      i   .1 li.,..       ,.,,1,.  I ""He       ' lla-in      lupnei.ipiii i   -        ■"" . ... .       .   .-      i        ,.	
if  11
endiiij
lii
ul   ihe   it niggle is  llu
..j pruci icul nw nershii
iiitiiient.   Iliiii.lt.'.I-  of   mil
casunl  iiltenti
lie     The ol
u.-in il . ..nu
of h J'
lions nf dollars huve been  so fur spent
in  tl nnllicl    us  much   more  is    i-er-
lain  In li- | ed mil  In-fore tit"
nuo is decided.
miii  feet   wid
,   depth.       Ilet
I nearly llllll  feel      in   giant.      It  Is  llu- gi-i-ulesi   lund own.
uin   the   linuncioi'H-  if   ' arlh;  it   curries   passengers  in
vr*   nf  the  lasl
nun   trams
.1 . .1. its own grenl llvi-l ■
timi  would  huve given   ny  llic  Imtlle.   »' '"'"""   steamers   .1,-ar  urmmd      lin
H111 n re of ground neur Cui-zon
lum lion und unntlii-r IUU nci'es near
Inu'rny, I'.'th tracls will he sel ..nt
n apple lives.
I'll.,  rival  aiine-   of men tn  the field .     :r.   ..i ...
.      ,. inll  a   dozen  spans,  Inu   tl Iges  ol ,Mtlp- ""'"   "" "•'''-
nrri'g ,te   lens   ul   lluiusiinils  nl   men. i
ng
Kui h unii} hus it- during scouts, it
Bpic . win king in deepest secrecy, its •'
great genernls, whose fur 11 u111_ plans
are mure than conlilionlul. lighting
In the lini-.li am.ni" themselves, all
the In.Mil.- forces are, besides, slrnnge-
Jy friiiiled In   a common !'.».'.  And  it   i-
onlv  bv defenling     thi-  universal  en-   "'"
pimp-
r-   -■
indii iduiil opponents.
Thi-   war  has s i feats t
TO   INVESTORS
11 yci wanl n sure iiivuBtmeiit, ami one
that imlll Stand tho OlOSett inspection write
Thi- Over-Land  Financiers Limited,
VANCOUVER.   B  c.      a rli i:."i
lim   these engineers, an.l   th n      of    ""'l'1-    Vll,i   "'   '••   l'"Cm_lv.   are  given
money  heliiml    Ihem,     never  Inhered. ,tl,o „n'iite.l   blcin-  in  lh iliiien
lh.-  in-t   thouglil   wus  ii  griiul      steel   '"'  l1-1"  «'illi  the moiintnius.
.   viaduct,   lenpine  across  the  gulch      in       Vl   >1"'     v"'\v  "'"■'   "' ,h"  '-'rf,1>1 ,!i
in   ..II    the I...'
the  gorge      were  soft   and   crumbling,     '     "'  ""-'    eniiymi  ol    the Kicking
iteriul   ... servo us   ilie foilnda- M'"'-" '""•''■ w>th   huge peaks  towet
tion  of      .,   greal   bridge.      There   was "!'  ""ne      than      10,111111 fuel  ,„, evi
noihing  In     do bill   ell  up the gulch       ,,i""1'  '"  """ J"sl    I11"1"'1  "nc "' '' "
to make   i   solid i-inliiiiiknieni   ofenrth '""-'   reniiirkuhli    i  d   pi    ures,pic feats
and  ro ks f ncside lo lhe other    "' ''"'-' "'•-  '"'   "■"  *'"|,,cl
\,   ,   .n.-iiiiHii in   cosi  oi siiMii.ni.il FROM  I'll Mi 'I'n  II I'.i "Ilil:           make application to  the Superintend-
.   ,  '               iroke of work was '   "" ''"' vp,'.v  '""' !"■''' "'  ^'"''h   ^"i-   ent ol Provincial Police tor a transfer
I, llini_ lini| I,;,,), ,,,-,.,.,,,-,, erica   it- old track' ran for n distuit i-   of  retail  liquor  license  of  the      Evi
NOTICE,
TAKE      NOTICE  thut  I  intend     to
l'ipipe's   airHi..'''M^np:|n'ai,'.l|"n,a''hinerv   "' "^'"  miles, «'""l<  "   -'"I" at     tin-   Hotel, Camborne,  B. «'., now held by
t  , great  hydraulic plain    were     car-   lowra"  I.""1" "'   '••*'  I
li.-.l   up   lo   tbe  mountain   li
The
f   'j:'.s   feel    lo   llic   mile
0111.   n   climb me to H. G. Ware.
|'„ pull     ., !    Dated tli - 15th day of Feb.  1910.
,.   train up     thi-       tci-p  ladder required 'imo. .J. A. THEW.
|iP(!   foul' engines,  one in  front,  one in  the ' —
ing,      ncliieveinenls   more   stupeiidoi. .
....                        with irresistible  streums ..t  wat
.oat ige i .- aspiring, skill  more mar-
,,                              ,.  ,,     ...       i.i       iheir weapons.    Ihe   engineers
vellous   than   nny  ol   tlie   titan   bailies .   '       ,                   ,             .              middle nnd two  In  i.i-h behind       Vud
down      into   the  gorge  thousands      ot    niimm   .inn pii  n oeninii.     .miii
ton- of dirt,  roek   and other debris,   L've"  "'"" «" >l'is power ul   command.
until a   high  ami  dry and  solid      path    "'''"• '""M ""'>     ''"'I' »P  '"  lh"  ■"""
which  ll.i'ner snug  or Tr-a-\   1'hroni
led.      \ iclory mean-   lhe   loot      of
continent :   it       lllculis,     thin i,
Ala-'.   ,.    tin-    I   I md-     Vsilt    ll.
ing  tribute fr   half  lhe  world,
1 if  the  greal  I nam ial captains    who i
•plan  the     _i mil  Iui lies    ..f the  ivur
the   Hills and   llari'imiins-   the      Manns
and     Moignns   lhe Sir \\ illium     Vim
Homes and  Sir Tl ins  Shnughnessvs
I w ui   led   st .■ dghl   across  from   lip      t
lip of   the  gulch.      liver   tlii-  huge  ar-   '"'"
tiliciul   ridge    they laid    their  tracks,
NOTICE.
TAKE     NOTICE that I intend     to
t lake  application  to   the  Superintendent  ol Provincial  Police for n unnsfer
ut down this steep grade seemed   °' ">}' liquor     license     of the Benton
nit   at       II..in   I..i.i
leading     on the    level to the western   '"'' " '""-' ''  I'mcticully impossibl
slope.
In   ihi-   -nine  forbidding  country    of
the  Hit ten   I.'    Mountain-   which bar
the   way   lo   Pugel   Sound    lhe   -rout-
Hotel. Beaton,     B. C. now held     by
A   tunnel   through   one  of   the      great    mt'- to ''• A- Tlie,v-
mountain-  wus   suggested,  bill  it   was '    Dated   this   I5th  day of  Feb.   1910.
fouud  that   lhe .any..n  -..  twisted und    lmci
turned   on   itself   thul    a   train  coming .	
out   at   the further  side would find  i;-
A.   IV.vNS.
-mini,  In,-   been   written.  Thi-    i-    lo    ' out   at   the further  -ide would find  its NOTICE
and -pie- and explorers ot other greal .
.,       , ■ .-,, ,     progress  entirely   barred,      None     . t .   .
railroad     armies     are -nil  at  work. ,' •■ ....    In the matter •-•!  thi      late     of the
They an- searching .mi every corner of ,''' dmar-   expedient «'?'« ' - ,ate     cbas, F.     Ko, ; ,   leceased, ail
the wilderness     in llm -cif.-h for new   U""M   *olvc   '""  Problem   ui i      a         tieB  who ,     . .,,!'-  or claims
the  wiirk.   rnllier than  the  men   tl i-'                                       .                                im)e eVen  ih,. comnnnv s  experts were         .         , . ,",-.   t-   -.-
passes    through     which rails may be      "-                            '"• ,       '           " agninsl   ihe oeeascd     . F.   Noma are
celeie uti   t he work of I he  ti -'tt   net uul-
Ij   ii   llu       d ti ul
ON   llll'.  ITIliM;   LINE.
Belves,      for      they  remain   to  the end
anonymous   lhc
advent nr.-i -  of I he new  deim      n -
laid.      In   the  1...I..   Pass    look il
baffled.  The ph
ti  ciirrie
.ut  was un-
hereby requested  to hai d  in the same
ime ess  gentlemen- , , , .        iuue in Nor'h   Vmerii  -  nnd constitutes
in   thu  atlas   three  separate  surveying   ' '"'  ",'    ''"   u" " " ' n     "" '.',       ,   in  writing   to   thi   unders
_ti|T|,||ii-       ill l-l" -I'    11       -I'    Mill-    III''. . . f i
...     ',. parties  met  lasl   .lun... -lu-t who ..
Jlalrimali       stlirllll     tne   Iim-   \ear-.    .    , ...
Wat   when     he begun  lo spend
like
a   h ,
,.f them  represented i< kept  a secret—,
nc  of  lite  most   remurkublu   I'liilroad
ii-nii.-tinn- in ih.. world
net
larlMilu.-   i:1111. ■:i■ i    ,    . ,.       . .,       ,    -  .      ,,,. ,      ,.
before Mi n ' .,.-.   Uai h  ith,  1910,   liter
w i i. ii .:■,-.■ ...     iin     '. ■•.'     will
drunken sailor on  the Union,
'";"'   ,"':'"■    even from each ..the,-.     Further to lhe ;    ''""""^  f''."»   ">« ""-••  *H1>   We.-I..i    lt(> recognUed,
toiitli  the   Nez   Perces  and  Lemhi  pa-   as  lh" Bt««|nS i"""'   ,L"."''W   "'"K
Spring Overcoats
Eight artistic creations—from
the stately "Governor Paddock",
50 inches long—to the smart
little "Topper", only 36 inches
long.
In design—in pattern—in finish
—in every essential of fine workmanship — these    Fit-Reform
v^^h      spring Overcoats
0 FIT^%, ^ave no equak
MREFORMg in Canada at
%     JBf  any price
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McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Revelstoke,   B. C.
Central   and  Southern  Pnciflcs.        He   ' '    ""  \ '""    ', ■;'1":1  '  ,„,,.   the   Kicking   II..r-   follow     the                              R-  H. UKQUHART.
.       ,           .     ....   ,                     .              sos,  heretofore   supposed   to  Iw impns- '    ''-   "        '  '                     .
oored  lu I-. hlled up mountain goi-                                  ' courses of  tii.-   itreuni  foi   a disl  i. - .
.... ...     -able  tor      railroad     trullt. .  were  also
gi-. ..it   down Ini-.  threw   grenl   brul-    ^ ]ored and  tl uiving genii}   to  th ih.   1N   rHE ,, PKBMI    COritT OK  BK1
_es ovei   j mi-  and   lai.e-  with   what .    ' ,-un up against  lho precipitous i.i -                 'jl-H    .'ul I Mill \    IN   I'lll'.
■eemed like a total disregard of cost.       -ack  of  these exploring parties   are Cath(,dl.a|      Mountain.   Thewhn       .                 M VITKR OF THK "Wind-
B*WJ     "T  "" '      ""'-""-   "lid   everj    »"-''  '-"""   ^oups o   capitalists  each   ^^ Q|.  ^   .  _  :   mw     .   ,     ,
_l~n    ..I   ,,    ..,;     ,1,,.,-,.    ,1 1      ,,,*         1,:.     (letelltlilied    to    gol     11    lllie    Hn'OUgll         to .               .                                             .                                                                                              »
Biep   ii-.. mi.   it...mi tie gi i.i.   ot     in- been  honeycombed   with  a  great spiral                                  \\|>
l,,; '   ■   made   lhe   li tu     hortei   or   ,1"'     •"""'               the lowest  possible Uh|      ,               ,   3.200 feel in  In,  th.   iv.  a n r    mATTEK "I'    Mel   ipolita.
the roadbed fir,    and better      |it(co   grade no matter at what cosl Kmcgiug twice fr,,„, this , te of tui       ',, .ilver Mini,     •
for     -wiii   running    Ul  llii  ■       ll  ns        Meanwhile lhe     rcsl  ol   llu  ■ ...     .          .  ;        louhles on  it-elf                                               Limited.,
meant, iu addition that   .  i   Han mm    I   in -   where   th.-  gn u   ii   ind   -r.uu. ,    rH     ,,    |                        rnssing      the
road Ill lifl freight ovci   the mom       '  "                          '   Spokane a-      ;i- Ki.kinj   Hois,    mail    md      ming     up
lains at a less cost per toi    'ha'      I                                                           '"       '""' lhe steep bulk      of       \m               -    -         ,  ,' .        .           thai
of their rivals.                                             Ind       '           '                                     " Wnptn   Mountnii        T'...    ,,... h„■ .,„.     the lKstriol    lot     nil   ol              Courl
.lames ,T. Hill, up to the North, pic-                   '                           "      "     "" -.    ot 3,001   feet  has been bore                                 the    ol      '..    ,f April,
ked up (he llurrimnn ( ot,        II-        '    " '1. like    ks.rew   through    s.   D    ,..:-..     -   the Oourl   House      in
-I"... i  ,„,   tin       Soi  hern                          -1              '        """*   ' il .              tm '.-    ...      . ;-.     f Vo
mosth t- ,     • . ■    ■ ' ' emer. ward     and   ;„,<, of dumbia.   i1  eleven
of climb     on,   „f     every mile il                   ' k again across  the                                                              ...'•,.     tol-
o nn lhe ' ol 11
Revelstoke Flour and 'Feed Store
Royal Standard Flour, Five Rose Flour, Hay,
Grain, Feed and Chicken Specialties,   Beans, Peas,
Barley, Breakfast Foods, Mayer's Celebrated English Horse and Cattle Foods and Medicines.
The Paget Supply Coy.
E. W. B.  PAGET
through  lhe mo Out  tn v
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IVhiti       I D. V. E irl - -   lated the 21st
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Knlarged and Improved.     Kirst-Cass in every respect   "All niudern convenient
Large Sample Rooms.
Rates, $2.00 per day       Special Weekly Rate
Revelstoke, B.C.
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CEMENT BLOCKS
Hi   Bfaot. ■• i ' •       uutM rf bnfUl&fi
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE CLAY AND FIRE BRICKS
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i   tl tl ■      *• ||   | KfrU fnr etfh.
k   i    l<ol tralldiu andSi utarloi
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A. PRADOLINI, - REVELSTOKE
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ion io Mailllctnld office.
for Sale
te Launch, The Tonka, 31'
cnk' and fix horse power engi
Oood M _c.v, Detroit built. For tei
and particulars write to Eox 73, 1!
elstoke.
__ Shingle Mill for Sale
A miall  Shingle Mill For Sale,
boiler      Jointer,  Perkins Shi.
hand machine     bolters etc.    Ctpa
38,000 pnr dav.      Apply to
The t EE I UMBIB CO.,
Wigwnm, U, SATURDAY,  MAUiill   IJ.  1910.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Page 1
BUILD UP
REVELSTOKE
Patronize
Local Industry
GET YOUR
PRINTING
AT HOME
cTVlAIL-HERALD
has new type and printing machinery
Our stock §f printing papers is large and
well selected.
WE PRINT
Letterheads - Billheads - Cards
cTVlenus - Envelopes - Programs
Books and Booklets - Loose Leaf
c/lccount Forms - Ball Programs
Wedding Stationery - Memoriam
Cards - Lumber Forms - Tags, Etc.
-ADDRESS-
THE INTERIOR PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Agents for the famous
EMPIRE TYPEWRITER
$60.00 Cash
COUNTY COURT
The regular Billing <if the County
Court was hold at tin' Court House
on Wednesday, Judge Forin being on
th.. bench,
Th.. following mutters were disposed
of: - -
Judgment Summons: Julian \ Ca-
cliulo. Judgment debtor dirueted to
pay x'.nii per month. <i. S, Mct'iir-
tor ini- judgment ereditor.
MeHne Moreantile Co. i. MeGowan.
Judgmenl debtor direrted to pny Slfi
per month. IV. I. Hrigg> I'm judgment
creditor.
Hevelslnke Ceneral \trencics i Stun-
ber. In this action tli.. plaintiffs hud
renewed  an  insiiruiu'e poliey  tor      tin*
defendunl   in   tli dinary  course     of
business ami forwarded ■ame In tie-
I..ti.lain who refused In pn) am..uni ..i
premiutii, -i-it'ina up in his defenee
that la- liud not roeelved the renewal
policy. Ilf judge held, in view of
ihe defendant's absolute denial <»f having received tin. poliey, tli.it proof of
delivery nf lhe poliey hnl not been
sufficiently made. Mr. Hiiggs fnr th..
plaintiffs an.l Mr. i lilliin for defendant.
This decision may Iw nl interest t.i
insurance agents generally ami stimulate ihi'in in greater precaution in de-
j livering policies.
In tlie course of this case lhe defendant being asked it' he knew tin- roun-
j si-1 eross-extiniiuing him replied that
lhe diil net know .mi' lawyer from the
other. Mitili tn the same point as
lhc .,1,1 saying "All coons, look alii,,,
lo iin-."
Biniey i   Couefine. Thi-  was     an
action brought by the Revelstoke Gen
eral Agencies .ut behalf of the plnintilf
fnr arrears ,.f r. at. Mr. MeCarter,
appearing for the def lain, endeavored in show that the rent iii dispute
had been paid hnl a- th.. necessary receipts could m.t l«. produced plaintiffs
were given judgment I'm 827.50. Mr.
Briggs appeared for the plaintiffs,
llllll,'I    l    II..liar. Thi.   wa-   an   nt-
lion brought uu n claim for wages
an,I sequel lo an interesting Police
Court matter nf some weeks hence.
The plaintiff, a nephew nf the defendant, claimed wages fnr various ITiiiil-
oi work done ut different times between .lul\ 1009 und January lulu.
The |,.,int> in issue involved many live
ly discussions on the pii... of cutting
wood, digging potatoes nnd mowing
hay innl In tact almost evolved into
an argument nn ihe "increased cost
of living." lh,. judge held the argument was practically the result of
domestic differences prior to which the
plaint iff ha.I mail,, no demand for
wages. In view nf which facts the
action was dismissed without costs,
.Mr. MeCarter appeared fm- plaintiff
nnd Mr. Gillan fm- defendant.
A  number of chamber   applications
Mar,, also <li-|>,,-cl ,,f.
running order, ami i- one of th.- best
ecpiipped passenger elevators in the
province, The plain is of the latest
and la-si design, litted uni, ul] safety
appliances ami is operated from tho
city power plant. It includes motor
and generator to convert th.. city alternating current int., direct current,
switch-board, magneth- switch, auto
starter ami reversible elevator ino-
tion.
Tin.  cellar   i-.  devoted   in   the  firm',
shipping department.
THE MINES
>tit iet. 'ill:i..
'I I  feet  of cleuu ore was      struck
this week in tha S... iety Girl mine,
at Moyie. I'he N... 'J tunnel i- in 11*0
feel. At tin - point drifting w . - tar
led both oust uud wesl at right angles w iih ih,.- liuin,-I. and tt,,- ..,.• ivils
f I  all...it   :in  foel  ..n   • ii.-  east   -uie.
i'h. i.i:ih;k mini..
M r.   llmt man,   manager   f, ir      ' '. n-i-n
street & Co., b I.-,- .,i th,. Uig \..;lKe
■Mm'-. has ha a . ontraci ... SlocaJB
parties im- tlr'n ing a tunni I, in t the
man ar,- now mi i lie groun i to push
ah.-a.l  with  t he work.
I'  Im    been decided I n- true)     a
trumwu) from the lake shore to the
mm,', in .1 ... or,, will |„. shipped tilll
thi-  is  instu le I,
I he propel t) i- looking '....-ii ami
gives promise with .1 ■■ ripineiil work
of turning out ;, permanent ut J very
ml table mine.
Police Court
(I. Hill, teamster for A. J. SteDonell
rn' ih,. Revelstoke lion.I. appeared be-
i  •'• II. Jackson, .1.1'.. mi Thursday night, on a charge of obstructing
th.. sidewalk. The Chief of Police
laid the information, stating the oc-
cu-...l had made a practice of backing
his lenni up out,, the sidewalk when
unloading travellers' trunks into tli,.
■ample rooms mt First street, therebj
causing pedestrians to walk out round
the horses, into the deep -n..w of the
street. Constable Terr) had frequently
.-antioned him about ihis.
Constable Terry -.ii.l be ha.I often
cautioned him against obstructing the
sidewalk at thi- sample room ami accused Innl 1 n impertinent to th.. police over il.
A.. u-,.,1 wns fined ?|u an I ■ I or
ten days in gaol.
THE LATE JOHN HOUSTON
C. B. Hume & Co. Limited
('. It. IInine a i .... I mn'..i..    have
now   < nmpletetl  tin- •• tablishment      of
their  .In   good;  ami  1 tdie
,I,-pai tin,-nt  of theii  tii      - ihe
uppei   (loot ni iheir   lore,  l he
.-In aim   affording   ,   mo t    ■.;. I'enient
mean-  of  ucresi   foi   OUltom
depm Intent  of ll •   111 tn'i bit .   In,.
dry   ■_■ I-   depnt I m I tp 0        th..
m.i th stdo of the stot
portion  and  i     plendyiv   li at...I.  affording th,. best
In   . ustoniui        i ■ .i- .1..-
part men I   is  well  equipped,   anl   n tit-
ting   i a  li
venien
depal It t W. Ilot
\ •        th.-  w.    '   , -, I     ■
is    til.-      alp.a    ,l.-|.
of G   l'   it
'I I...     I it,111. ' ■
th..   In'    treel    Idi
anl  i i   Ml      ' I
The . " >l 'I..- Ji-.      -..I      de
pot "... nt  In 'I..- uppei  :'...,
whole nl ■ he     ml •! ...        ice
able     f I ..a
tho  I i-       in        .I-.
[furnishing ami  bo
in,.nt. on th« north
Im   eloctrlt   i-l.-i .inn   i    i. ...   in   fin"
The new - of t he death of John llous
ton. n if the lia-t  known  men in the
Interior of British Columbia, will lie
received with regret by a wide circla
of friends and acquaintances. -'ohn's
first acquaintance with British Columbia wa- when he landed in Donald in
the earl) nineties, packing along with
him hi- press and a supply of ty[ie.
lh- start.'I there the publication ol
the Donuld Truth, whi h was ot..* of
tl... most lively little papers ever pub-
lished in the Province. John made
many warm friends and bitter ..n.-niies
No  man  who does  not  make enemies
us well as friends i- an) I, and tha
fact showed that John was a man of
grit, who placed the public interest us
he -aw- i, before anything else and
never hesitated to hit out and expose
shams and humbugs.
from Donald Houston moved to
N,w Westminster, and thence wain to
Nelson, where •■ established the Tri-
bune, one of the best papers printed
in the Province. At Nelson he pros-
pered, built a large block, known as
the Houston Block, became Mayor of
the City and representative of Nelson,
in the Legislature. The Weekly Tri-
bune gave place to o daily paper, and
all wh,, know anything of journalism
know it tak. - a large population and
heavy capital to run ., daily. I'he
daily was not a BUccess financially
and the Tribune went to th.. wall.
But John wa- full of grit and his
friends came to his ajd, (|,. r,..u.s(ita-
ted the pupar. but Nelson wa- becoming too civilized, and he longed agaia
for the frontier, hitting Goldfield, Nevada, where he set up in business dur-
ing the timi ol the mining boom.
From there lie went li Prin e Rupert,
established the Empire, sold it and
made a b'g lean up from that and
other sou  II.. honorably discharged hi- t i i ial obligations. Acquiring an interest in a pan ..f the Fort
  ■ i "'• ■- te, he tai ••■ I a news-
pal" i thet i h losing hit favorite
nam.- of the Tribune, and lately jt
has |Mv.i, :, -. ,vjn.. proposition. Hut
he lived t . poor building, was his
i "ok. edit ir, pi ati nd evi rj thing
■ ■I—. Wintei in ucl | ten ■ fl its
m irk on him, ho, fell in'., bad health.
. ontructed . .. ' iken
il tn it-
ment. Bui he wa a ow oon-
dition b ■ that all 'ffcrts
■ii\ last.
'" '■■     'f b  ■-.  '•■■ .,_n, ,,p t0
N ent     via
'•' i Nelson for it tei  .ent.
II"  mad old friend    in   !.. .. l-
;- • i''fnl wreath
their     last
iv Im     had
his
roet as
and     for
ii
i .1.
'' ' ilia,
iv     at
W'im Field,
Vied to
Victot ■           '•',.
Ho is .      big
P fi,   f..r    ittl«
,i • .
New  w.    .. t_s
h i'. im.-      an
eari  back, Fage 8.
THE MAILHEKALD REVELSTOKE, B- C-
SATUHOAY, MaVi'CM   12,  1010.
Saster Comes &ariy
And we have prepared for its coming with one
of the Best Showings ot Spring Styles
V/ew -Shirts
Tailored Skirts   Prices from 1*3.50 to
$l_.ito.	
Misses tailored Skirts
New Spring designs. Sizes 32, 33,
:', 1 and 36 lengths.
£adies Spring Suits
Our lirst shipment to hand, We
invite the ladies to call in and see these.
Smart Coats
For Misses—Nice things in brown
and grey check, Shepherd's check, plain,
novy, etc.
Ladies Coats Spring styles, short
ami long.
is)ash fabrics
Our display of New Spring wash materials was never in such good shape as
it is ihis season of new and stylish goods.
Underwear
Great values in Undei
Spring Millinertj
Miss Parkins, •■■ ho has cl ai
i lepartment, will be pleas •   ' "■■
ladies of  Revelstoke.   Yt .. ma> depend
upon  : '  '     ewest - for
Spring.     Date of Villi Openii i will
be given I;'."1.
Winning Numl ers        I     pon 1
are:    1st. !''::'". 183    2   '    2387    Ir ... S989;
-Uh.. 2083.
%eid # tfoung
A
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Moving Pictures tit the New- Edison
Tlieutre tonight.
Seattle Mai oral elei (inu has resulted  in   i ii i le open ton n.
The  trnfiie In   the  Hevel  Ink..
Lru.il     ippeut      to   In     I   ren    I
ill.      I
.1.   lieifhley   advertise    ' - hi
fun'   .uul  in;,11...t   garden,   n hi, It .
of t !..-  be ■   im . ipei' ii     i'i   Hi     : -'' 'hi .
'The    tun.-i nl   ..i      ' \ndei
uli . iva- kill -I in the Uoyer- I'.i - disaster will take |i . •■ on - unilay from
Selkirk   II ill   ul   -'     p.m.      " ! ,:- '
v. ill pli i ■     the IiiiiI nt   1 m"
On inn I"  tl.- re ent  i.-i rilili
.at   lionet        I'n      the  Homiiu I   itholie
r   -..ii   -..   have   In en !      11  11
the  ITtfi  liu    lieen | , !      tho
lii-: ivei'k in Vpril. I'ull | at lieiilars
as to dul       nil   In
'I'h.. Arrow   I'm -
. : .   ■ hool   is   111
.-.-    ,11   .uni   the pi'iu
are leiidet
it hu    ling then
40 t   ■    l>>
M-'l ■ t 11
Bl  .';.
I , ..  Don   ■ ment. anon
it _ '
nil mt   to lhe ei
in Is-1 ri il      ho
sion  1
i. ■   i _•    ■
• l-i  |
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Ch -
t .]
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■_ ■. l    :: ,b
H    ll ii  .
Pl'UITY   FLOUR
To those who havi   n ii     ■; given Purity Flour a trial we
would suggest you di ng s< ■'■ \-  procure the besl
as we abso arai ,'erj sack.     Y y  re
fill ded if not j  51 ■   al we re] resenl ir to 1*.
TEA  AND  COFFEE
We have a full stock of the leading lines iti Teas  an
Coffees and can offer \ -   besl values on  the market,
ranging in price from si per lb. to 3 lbs. for $1 as a special.
A. H0BS0N. BAKER & GROCER
-
1
I
8
evts
£,axctive Cold Cure
for    ('..::       1 .. .
f.nj.M
tinu .
25c. a Qox
Bews' Drug ^Stationery Store
NKXT  III .Ml-   lli.'il K
V. .    Ill- us II      I     111    '
Pi, leunii 1   reudiny   lhu burial sti ieei
The liodj of one .lap hi- found In
lhe I.'..m ' ■ l'u*> -Iiiii- yesterday, and
;,!-,, tlie boil; . f ., while num. one of
M  |)i _nnif,   but   up   till the tinm
uf   _--;i._   to   :   ■ ■     the   1 eii nil! -      Iiuii-
l„,l   Im i,   1   ■       lied
I lie  i  ■   nf .i.lit   .laps  were  -bip-
|i,..l   10   Vuniouver   on   Wudliesdu} .  .-uul
-i\   more  lv, hipped   \ e» lerdu} .  The
I,...li.-     of  seven    more    -l.-ip-   "ill be
.-     - -    .    tin       111-it    t ori-mi.
Al'I'UI'.t IATIOX   nl'   I'ASSI Ni.l.l!.-.
I'lll    -     ' '. In ... :    ivit li
Liii   U'nii :  '■ I li".li eiieoni-
til       f- -  enu'i - 	
ilil    u_    tli.-   1 ri -i _ 11 i-.-l.
passed ,.i iln- care that wai
in,       Irani-.   'I In   nil!
11,ils  Imi,   certainly  had one of     the
iii..-i   11 ■ time    uf  I heir expel it in •■■
i   '■        H      -:   HI      VI     -I'l Nt I .-
Hi 1 in; 1
tnin] me
it   -t ■ ■ .    Bi itl'_,. blocking the
.    11 ii-du.i       No,   lit!
1  .   -I    i' .■;. .   _• net -   of  tl e
western lines-, arrived in IU-
ii ei     |ieiul ■ 1; four
1 ■ intnin*   ti.- -i-iin_      in
tin eiitiii    to  Iuu inu
roiig 1    iraf       , .unied.      11'       went
_■.      a to 1      ' oust.
Your Insurance
Is  one "I   the   must   impi rt tnt   items
1:1 your busi'.
LET Kootenay Agencies, Ltd,
!.. 11 ik after t       branch    I   . ness
KOOTENAY AGENCIES. LTD.
Successors ta Kincaid & Anderson
ROGERS PUSS DISASTER
County Court
iunt int   vs.   i! ■ ■ n 1 -" t,
■■'..;-     1 -\ .     i '  i ..'■'!.
!<■_       - "  ■"■■
after   jutlt mi _.■.'■'•■   lit    "■-        ex*
.-.'., . ;     ■■.,'.  '1 ■  |  ■■
' •■:.■■ 1 ■ redilpt's.
Mr.  M'-(.'ii            r plaintiff, iteil
■ ■ ■   ■} ■■    ■■ ■  tin? mat-
I  j          imo  up  for trial.  The
1 '   •■     Up     fl .1      Ul JiUh-'ll!
tie for tin ■■ ■ ■ !
.    ■• i       ■  >"    ,. n  of i-ourt.
.1* law  ut  issue i> whether
he h '.fin
-'_ ■      ran   be   i  ' rv hi'd hj   . uraishee
|,|V _. 1    11:.:-
Time to Begin Spring Sewing
Edisnn Theatre
I ■ ■■  V ,«   |_t| -..'i    Theal re  wm  lilleil
..■'■
ii  iv- 1   ■ losing out oi ii
v   l.i--'i -   l'a-- tii-.i--
■ , 1 , which h :        be
ivpealetl _ ■   ,   ■ ItoweH   the   inu i'e
tint! -      ttt* 11
In   •iinokvi'.
\|   , _     1 .. .... jn-,.-
1 ... .
I pn ti iiwl   -tii t', view -  of
Dr. I
;l ■   .   ,■    Held-
nd "My
ivnied  ro ir*      of
.   . ■   ■ mi isl
■   ■ he Edison,
Said the Far-Seeing Woman as She
Caught a Glimpse of Those Pretty
Wash Fabrics
" It' I buy now," she continued to her friend, "I set
all the most attractive patterns and colorings and have
my frocks and undergarments made up and ready for the
first warm day."
Then she took a glance at prices and bought lhe material for half a dozen dainty gowns and a full outfit of
Lingerie.
She was the wise woman—the one who is always
first in the field- the one who invariably gets the best
return for her investment.
Plenty of suggestions here for every woman who
wishes to profit by her example. There are Ginghams
in the nmst charming of colors and patterns Muslins of
every desirable weight, novelties and stamped white
goods   excellent qualities modestly priced.
It is the easiest and must economical t<> buy now
when varieties are the greatest and values the best.
Special for Monday
About  200   Yards   of Colored  Madras   Muslin
in all the pretty shades.     Regular 60c. anil 65c,  goods.
Colored Fringe te match at 5c. per yard.
Only 35c. Per Yard
I.OST-A  I i   ...
■ .'in . n   i.-.r. it,,   tIii-iii    at
" '■' •
l-_l .'III-
Hill.   Vpply by let-
:_"-  ex-
!'.(!        ■ .   . t.   - llll    ■    \i in.
For Sale
By   Mortgagees
_ Farm Horses
2 0 t to fresh
.- Bull
■
• .  Pigs
"its. etc.
Mben Ca
. \
Our Trade is Increasing
Because we study our Customers
and supply the  best goods  obtainable.
G. W. Bell
P. O. Box 208    GROCER & BAKER    Phone No. 23
11 ■ applj i'
J. D. Stockton,
Rogers Pass. B. C.
Postponed
St. Patrick's
Entertainment
Until the first week in April
Particulars Later
SPRING BLOUSES
A nice and varied stock of Ladies' Spring Blouses
just put in stock at reasonable prices. Your
inspection of this shipment solicited.
Mrs, A, G. Crick • First Street
Opposite Windsor Restaurant
J
List Your Vancouver
and
North Vancouver Properties
with
ANDREW  E. LIDDLE
P. O. Box 137 Telephone 405C
800  Hastings Street West,  Vancouver

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