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The i£ail-Herald
VoL 16—No. 31
REVELSTOKE. B. C. APKIL23- 1910
$2.50 Per Year
*CX>C>OOFOO,aO
'.tela,
m
EASY
TO PUT ON ^
So simple is Alabastiae to •*. y ;■
handle that anyone can decorate his P-;7-;^'
or her own home with it.    By follow- £•'■>. ij
ing the simple direction given on every E£Yr::-;V
ALABASTINE III.
package you, yourself, can reproduce any tint combinations, nut only in
tha plain tints, but also in the walla decorated with stencils. We would
like to tell ynu more about what Alaha.ntinc will do for your home, bow
easy it is to apply, and how beautiful are its results. AsIc ua lo ahow you
■ tint card and copy of " Hon tea. Healthful aad Beautiful.**
We carry a full line of all shades made
also the principal colors in FrEscoes
BERRY BROS. VARNISHES
Recognized the world over as the Best
Varnish Made
Try Liquid Granite on Your Floors
Full lines of Paints and Varnishes in stock.
Ready Mixed Paints $2.00 per Gallon.
Lawrence Hardware Co., Ltd.
Plumbing and Tinsmithing
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Otflco—Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Authorized
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
$10,000,000.00
5,000,000.00
5,000,000.00
Branches or Agents at all principal points in Canada.
Agents in Great Britain and United States—London, England,
Lloyds Bank, I imited. Chicago—First National Bank, Corn Exchange National Bank. Seattle—Seattle National Bank, San Francisco—Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank. Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of $1 and upward, received, and interest allowed at
current rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branoh—A. B. MeCleneghan, Mgr.
——j——
TO ENSURE A RECORD CROP
OF
Choice Strawberries
Tomatoes and Apples
AND TO
Improve  Your  Lawn
USE P. BURNS & COMPANY'S FERTILIZER
Rfc
Y.M.C.A. SPORTS
A raeeting ui summer sports en-
thusiasts was lielil on Wednesday
nighl in the y.M.C.A. J. II. Lynns
was in ilie <'liuii'.
BASEBALL.
Basoball was discussed nml  ii     wus
finally decided  that a   committee     "i
four be appointed to make nil arrangements mnl nee  in ilu' forming of the
teams, nnd report  at n meeting to he
held on  Mnj   2. The    folluwing  teams
were represented:
Business  Men   H.  Stiuarcbrigg*.
Intermediates   Berl   Mi-l\iu-hren.
Corley House   fi.  II.  Knight.
C.  I'.   II.—T.   Hope.
The outlook for the season tor base-
ball.is.good.
LACROSSE.
I    Lacrosse was N-ft in abeyance till   a
later date,
I TRACK.
| \ committee consisting of -1. II.
Lyons, il, Watson, I'. Cameron and
■ C. Palmer, wns appointed !<• look niter the working up of the track tennis
nnd to make arrangements for the
annual V. M. t'. .\. field day on the
24th of May.
Inter-School Lacrosse
The lir«t lacrosse gnm° of tbe season was played yesterday afternoon
between the public school and tbe
high school. Tbe game was a deferred
game from last year, in the inter
school shield. The public school team
played lirst class lacrosse and put it
right over the high school who lacked
combination, the former showing fine
staying powers and having good promise. Alter a fast gnme the score
closed in favor of th public school who
earned a uell fought victory by 5 to 2.
Tbe year's series stands even now,
with two games each; there being five
more to play. These gsm-- will take
place every afternoon at 4 :i0 o'clock
ou the Y.M.C.A grounds.'*
From a spectacular point n| view
the game yesterday wa" ill that could
lie deeirfd, and individual members
did some very fine work.
POLICE COURT
W. H. Day was charged before Police
W. W. Foster with being drunk and
disorderly and using bud language on
tbe street. Accusid said that be had
been working in Nevada till three
weeks ago, and since has been tiring
out of here on the C. P. R. The constable who made  tbe  arrest  reported
j that tbe accused bud been making a
disturbance at the Queens Hotel ou
Thursday night and had ewurn at the
call boy. Tbe magistrate imposed a
line oi S20 and $2 OOcostB, or 1 month
in gaol.
1). Little, drunk and disorderly and
disturbing the inmates ot a private
dwelling bouse. The chiel of police
stated the accused bad come to his
house on Thursday night nnd forced
his WBV in nnd bad greatly Irightened
his wife and bad acted in a bad manner altogether. While being taken to
tbe police station accused bad appar"
ently tried tn draw 11 linile. Tbe chief
also pointed out that this sort of
thing was getting common practice in
j the oily. Accused was lined $20 and
$2 ,10 costs or I month.
\ ii. rliiiu was charged on Thursday
Ibefore J, II. Jacl i, J.P., with being drunk nnil disorderly nnd swearing mi tbo -ii'.'lm Accused imi- fined
flu nnd 12.80 ,,, it, or iii default 10
da)- in gaol.
ii, Thompson, drunk nnd disorderly,
ini"! 16 and 83.B0 uosts or 7 days,
]   '1.    Smith,     drunk mid    disorderly,
liii.-l *in nml 12.60 M.-i- or  l'i daya.
V I.mill-in] was charged tlii- morning with being drunk nnd disorderly,
and obscene on the streets, llii- wns
lii- second olTi'iici- mid tin* magistrate
[imposed a sentence of 0 month* at tha
Kamloops gaol.
I). Rousell appeared this morninc at
the court ucting in n strange manner.
II.' was remanded ii.l medical examination '-ould be m.-uln as  lo Id- sanity.
Monday Night at The Edison
You should not mis- seeing "Babe*'
Mason nnd the twentj girl artists in
"Bertai Billion" in the Edison Par-
ilor Theatre Monday night, Secure
seals curly at Macdouald's Drug store.
CITY COUNCIL
Sewer System to be Tested at
Once-Flush Tank to Go In
A Bpecial meeting ol the city cour-
cil was held on Wednesday night to
discuss the matter of the completion
of the sewer. The full board of aider
men was present with acting-mayor
Trimble in the chair. T. F. Sinclair
contractor for tbe sewerage system
wis present.
The mayor pointed out that
large number ol citizens had expressed
a wish to have sewer connections to
their houses. Moreover there were
several breaks in tbe main pipes which
must be fixed.
Mr. Sinclair—Tbe outlets are al
right, but in some places the sewer
has settled but theBe are being re
paired It would be advisable to con
struct a flume either under or over
the Bewer at this point in order to
prevent any further waBhing out in
cise of a freshet.
TEST  THE  SEWEKS.
Regarding tbe test of tbe sewers,
any tmalitied man can come with me
and see it done. I propose to clear
them out with the tire hose and then
see with a lamp down each manhole
if tbe pipes are alright and in a
straight line. 1 will also flush water
through them as an additional test.
Then if everything is in good shape,
I will put the Hush tanks in. These
tanks hold about 500 gallons. I can
bave them all finished in three weekt.
PEOPLE WANT CONNECTIONS.
Aid. Cowan—The teBt should be
made at once so that the people can
connect up with their houses.
Mr. Sinclair—There is no pipe on
hand yet from Mr. Kickman   for tbis.
Aid. Bews—What about regulations
regarding tbe putting of refuse, etc.,
in the Bewers '.'
Mr. Sinclair—Grease traps should
be put in.
Aid. MeKinnon—There should be a
by-law for that. How soon can tbis
sewer test be carried out?
Mr. Sinclair^-It will take about 5
days to complete.
Aid. Bews—Several of the manholes
in the streets are too high.
Aid. Abrahamson—1 would like to
see tbe sewers completed at once.
Mr. Sinclair—I will do all I cau to
nittke things right.
The Mayor—Yes, get right ahe'd
with the work ol testing aud then
connect up to the houses.
Aid. MeKinnon—It appears to me
that the outlet should be anchored.
Mr. Sinclair—It is all right I think,
anyway the water ia too high to do
that now.
Aid. McCarty—1 see tlio laundry
Hushes into the creek, should they not
bave a sewer.
Mr. Sinclair—Yes, one should be
put in. Regarding the lamp hole
covers, the wrong ones were sent up
but I will see that the proper ones are
procured.
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■^-H ;,,•-■•-.May;. -S'
IHEY MAKE A HIT
Baseball
Lacrosse an■! Lawn Tennis
Guods in all the best maket.
Lally
Spalding
Slozenger, etc.
Rubber Hose and Lawn
Mowers, Garden Sets, Garden Seeds, Flower Seeds.
In Hardware, Paints,
Stoves, Harness or any of
the numerous lines we carry,
our stock and prices will be
found up-to-date.
BOURNE BROS.
Crooeries   Hardware
Harness
Paints
THE CANADIAN  BANK
OF COMMERCE
Paid-up Capital, $10,01)0.000     Reserve, $6,000,000
DRAFTS ON   FOREiGN   COUNTRIES
Arrangements have recently been completed under
ihi' li  the  branch**
of this Bank
are able to Issue trulls on the principal point*
In tha following countries:
AostriA-Hangmi-y
Finland                          In   un
Russia
Belgium
Formosa                       Italy
Servia
Brazil
France                        Japan
Shun
Bulgaria
Fr'ch Cochin-Chin*   Java
South Africa
Ceyloo
Germany                     Manchuria
Rlntla >^lll    '        a||
China
Great Britain             Mexico
Swcdi n
Crate
Greece                          Norway
Swit  M-land
Denmark
Holland                         Persia
Turkey
West indie*           rrj
EffYP«
Icelaoi                          Phillipine Islands
Faroe Isuwja
India                                 Rouiii.    i.
and eUeellMe
HO   DELA"   Hi   I85UINS.          'ULL    PARTICULARS
ON    APPLICAT1C"
REVELSTOKE   BRANCH-A.    H.    ALLEN.    MGR.
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WATCH Tin: test.
Aid. MeKinnon—Let the Public
Works Committee be preset with Mr.
Sinclair st the test ol the sewers. I
believe that much of the work .has
been done in an insecure manner
which the City Engineer should not
bave allowed especially in the nay of
cementing the pipe lengths.
City Clerk—All pipes were supposed to have been cemented together,
Aid. MoKinimn—Mr. Sinclair once
said that the end nl the sewer in the
river hank should be anchored; now
that the water is up he claims that it
ie alright, which seems lunny. 1
would suggest an experienced plumber
should go with the committee when
the connections are mado.
Aid. McCarty—Vents Bhould be put
iu between the houses and the main
sewers. A general inspection of the
whole system >hould be made bed ne
the city takes it over, A good plumber would be useful to help tho city in
this.
Mr. Sinclair—I will go ahead with
the test as soon a» I can.
COWIE'S BE8TAURANT,
The City Clerk ropnrtcd that Mr.
Cowie had accepted the $1000 for the
vo-oo-oo
iqio—MAY DAY—1910 p
New Edison Theatre
Monday and Tuesday,  May 2-3
A May Day Cantata
And Juvenile Entertainment
Under auspices of the Ladies' Guild oi St. Peter's
"Dream of the Flowers"
A Fairy Idyll of Spring
Forty children I tki  g part.
Pretty Scenes.    IXiim. Costumes.    Charming Music
9 SPECIAL MOVING PICTURES.   POPULAR PRICES $
&0K>0<M>O<><K><><K>0<H>^
• 111it rn ■. t nn- chargei.
stki i.'i   shins.
Aid.   Cowan   brought   in a reo in-
mendation from    the  Fire, Water and
Light Committee that a charge of -^c.
per 2 candle power lamp per mon'b,
for street signs   should be made.    The
recommendation was adopted.
The recommendation that 1». Rabbit be supplied with a water main
pipe   beyond   the   city limit was also
adopted,
The nesting then adjourned.
Bostonians Draw Packed Houses
Thi" Juvenile Boitoninnn, when last
.-.ii li.-i". made a det tded bit. and
Iheir rlover performances made manj
friends (or them here. They returned
lit-i evening foi o three day stand a
the I inpii" Theatre and were wi Icom
-■il by ;i large and appreciative audience.
Thoro aro a few additions, and a
few ui iln1 favorites missing, but
"liuin'" M;t«on, thn olever tittle iter
of tin1 company, "till holds tlio centre
,ii tho i.i_"- nml ii by far tli.> olever-
oil young lady of her yoara thai has
appeared before tbe footlights ben
for many  moons.
Tho operetta, "Bertha's Billion"
presented last night, gnvo on opportunity to lho   juvcnilca for tho Intro-
d iction "f man)     r* " i! ir and     itvl
ii  isic .1   number...   B ii--   Mason  a   Berth!    > m     liing  littlt .t
ivlii) hn" inin     ■-                       •      reiiM-
i-i to leave her kind  u ienfl          i   .
i  ip  to   In,' riia    led   i     othei i  .
i mount    of  a] pi mse  r i'- ed,   ai I
Her i»"-i  rcii.
ti    were    "Sausages,"   "I'll   Rem
'i her  Vo       and   I ■ ••  trio  "How   Did
tl •■    Bird     Know   ' li it?"   I dill     Ut
; ' iii" '       i  i i.i ■    •   ,  makes    .1
»l love sii     ii'".   in "I •• pari "i
il 'iii'li.'"   il. adi ii i.m   Hei   "!'■   .,
.     *■ i* realli   ■   i ■■ .   i-  v. i    ,il.,,
I .-    -    ^,. ||(."       , \]      |,nve
I"     - '   Othl       ill "ft     r; .Hi
 ,  i.      i ■ ere -  '
liirl  l.ikt   *! u I,"  bj   II ittie  II. : i
Want  ,■  I'.. ' .   i .,i,|" in   Little   \ >
ili" -in illest membei  "f tl. mp inj
Mm    Mi.   Mooi ."  "Il,i-   Anyont
1 lerniau     Band?" "I ffoi I ■
Who'    Ki-.iiiL-  ll"i   Now."  and   man}
popi ' ii melodies, spi ed wifh
i' "\ jokes and amusing conundrums.
I I ■ mm",; ■ In. ing and stage
a ■ well finished and the scenery 'iK.'ili. the li ' 'm ■ ■-■ i .'liiin:.'
in uh I iui enta of il"- perform-
dra     .".  g I hoti ■   the remainder   of
ft i« a clean, pii ei tain-
iii'iii    >"        ill"     youi j   1 idie    -houlJ
.the wei    i  In 3 mrnal.   At   the
Edi on   11," in-  Moi laj   and 1 uesday
i.i hi     ooxl   >■■' ■ i..
* Ynne 2.
THE MAIL-HERALD REVELSTOKE, B- 0-
SATl'ltllAY, AI'llll. 23. l'.HO.
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look:      look      and
Actual comparison of Eastern Catalogue prices, freight added, with
HOWSON'S     PRICES
Winnipeg price
Weight
Freight
Total
Howson's
Price delivered
Kitchen Chairs
50o.
101b.
23c.
73c.
"
70c.
Kitchen Cahinet
$6.75
1501b.
$3.53
$10.72
ii
"   $9.60
Dining Table
10.55
1651b.
387
14.42
11
"     14.40
Dining Chairs
88c.
121b.
28c.
1.16
ti
1.20
Dresser and Stand
8.95
1501b.
352
12.47
II
"     13.00
	
1.25
1601b.
3.76
15.01
>.
"     14.00
Bed
3.55
601b.
1.41
4.96
.1
"      5.20
Bed
5.35
681b.
1.59
6 94
H
"      7.20
Dominion Spring
2.40
601b.
1.41
381
"
"     4.00
Child's Cot
5.10
7511).
1.76
6.86
"
"      7.20
Ostennore Mattress
15.00
ii
"     16.50
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\V" make our profit hy "hipping in ear load lot*, thereby Raving freight rules. Bring
catalogue giving descrinlinn of oilier gomls not specified in this list to our store and wo
will prove our statements,    Itememher we deliver goods and sel up free from breakage.
HOWSON & CO.   -   Revelstoke, B. C.
Be a Boomer
Next to ii man's family, his personal
friends nnd his business, nothing
Bbould arouse his etiergiea in its lie-
hnlf more thon ughly than tbe town
in which lie lives. It, is his borne, It
is tbe place in whioh he earns lis
competence and educates his family.
11 he wants to iinik" it ns populous
nnd thrifty us possible, he cannot
nIV.ml to he indifferent io anything
th it will further these ends, It can
he snid tlml it is not worthy of the
devotion of its citizens in making it
widely innl generally prosperous is a
t iwn in which it is imt worth while lo
live ut all. If a town is worth anything it is worthy of our (tr atest energy, whether we receivean immediate
dividend in tlullnis und cents or
whether we merely take our share ol
the common deneflts accorded to the
town and community we n I borne
Everyone oin Im a boomer. Patronize
those who p.itrnniz ■ you. Spend yonr
motley among home institutions where
you stand a good chance of getting it
back.
A town is very nuich   like  an   individual.  To he flourishing it must have
energy antl enterprise.    The people, in
a town should remember that the  in
dividual prosperity depends to a  large
extent upon the cbaraoter ol the place
in which  their   business   is   looated.
Every public measure should   lie  lili
erally supported by all,  especially thr
bus in ess in n n.      At   the   present  day
there is as much competition In tweee
towns as there is among  persons   and
business enterprise.   A man seeking a
location will invariably bi lent   s   town
that is up to tlu' times and is   eagerlj
iu favor of every modern iaipr ivemei i
A town in   these   modern times can't
allord to be peopled with old logii
antediluvian loasils who arc   continually kicking at every enterprise       1
in ike a nourishing town you must hi -
lieve in its future and work for it.  encouraging every improvement.    .Mali"
a special effort to   exhibit   b me   evi
denoe of improvement io   your    -
and character.     ll"lp   every   w
nmn, help every gi od man ti      cm
your town.
11 rand F irks
wel up to the s'und ml nf excellence
t'uit characterizes 'his comptny. Miss
Di'ilry nnd Miss Georgia Nichols as
usual were both charming and excel-
lent in their noting nnri susiameri
their parts with admirable vie.nr nnd
l rilli .ni'i'. Tbe gowns worn nn this
occasion "ire exceedingly hands; me
and the stags setting dainty and
attractive.
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A m i m .-1111 ii- ti.iv lund scheme is about
tu li" performed tieur Nukusp, whereby
■lim a ri'i- of land will be "li'.'iri'il ai
Siiniiyside, six miles south nf tli"
town, at tin- tool ni ili" lake and in
sight rn' Nukusp. Tli" Arrow Lakes
Orchard Company arc bringing in a ,
new hind clearing muehine, operated
ii> i-'team, anl work uiil be commenced within a week or two, .Mr. l-T-eeuiau
malinger nf the company, whose headquarters are at l.ethbridge, was in
town iui- week un his way north tn
puri-hast' ili.- equipment, and expects
in be back in u few days. The pro-
L'l'ainiiit' i- in -"ll aboue lOOucres ni
their  holdings ui S,OU0 ncres  mi  these '
InKr   .     all      read)      fur   ill"   plough,     tu
tli"" desiring  It, ur  t,, partially clear
a   lll-in i"   Iui.  su.\   from   two   t"   three
tu i       ii, eai-li.    I'." ides,  ;he)   olTei    in
I'li'.'tr  t ii..  \\ tude  uf  n  purchaser' - plot.
"I   il   ■' .:   in  on-hard,   including  i osl
of ti'ts-s,      ui .       ..'.'■■ i    11,.in fur four
.  ami  at   il," "ii.l  uf  ili,.:     time
li Ice   i"   ''iu,   over  :i   ii-- tring  or-
ill   it-   glory,   lii'iuiiN       and
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Synapsis of Canadian Homestead Regulations
VNY available Dora Jo Ion Lund- within the
Railway H<*U in Uritish Columbia, may
bn lii-mirtsimuitMi by any por«on who Is the s-nle
bead of a family, ur any main mor lh years of
tve, tn the extent otoue-quarter sectioD of lt>0
teres inoro tir less.
Entry,must be made personally at tho locui
land office for the district iu which tho Uiul is
situate; Entry by proxy may, however, be
made on coriain POUdttiODB by tlio father,
3 other, son. daughter, brother or stater of an
iutemJinK homesteader.
The homesteader is required i<» jmrform the
oonditlons cmiiioctotl therewith under imo of
the folhiu [ng plans :
(1) At least six months' resldenoe uixmnnd
cultivation of tho land in each your fur throe
yea rs.
(2) If the father {(irnmthor, if tho father is
deceasodlof the hnmesteadnr resides upon a
farm in t(m vicinity nf tho land entered for. lho
requirements as to residence may he satisfied
by such person residing with tlio father or
mother.
(3) If the settler litis his pormanont residence
upon farming land owned by him in the vicinity of his homestead, tho requirements as to
residence may bo stitislloil by ro-iueuco upon
the Bald Ih; d.
Six mouths1 notice in writing should be ixiven
to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands ttt
Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.
Coal.—Coal mining ritihls may ho leasod for
a period of twenty-one years at nu annual
reutul of H por acre. Not more than 2,560
acres shall be leased to one individual or
company. A royalty at the rate of five cents
per tou shall becollecied OU the merchantable
coal rained.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N B,- li anthorizod publication nf this ad
Tertisetneut will not he oaid for.
NOTICK.
To All Whom It May Concern:
Take notice that we, .Julius Dougal
and A. K. Hitiyli, of llu- town of Nakusp, in tlio Province of British ('ol-
umhia, intend to apply to tlu* Chief of
Provincial Police 'Mr days nfter tbc
date hereof, for tin* transfer of licence
held by 11. .1. LaBrash. nf ihe Hotel
Grand. Nakusp, to A. K. Haigh and
Julius Dotiffal.
Dated at Nakusp, B. C, this |5th
day of April.
JlLirs DOUOAL,
ap 23 lin A.  K.  Uaioh.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
H. B. STONEX
Practical..
Machinist
Repairs of'all kimln neatly Harried  on
Blcyrle mnl Oun work a P|ieelalty
Estimates ufven on any cIuhh
of work.
Front     Street.
UNION HOTEL
AH1IO ( H RAY), 11. ('.
Special Attention given  in  commercial
mt'ii mnl ti'inists. l-'ii'st-i'lini* sample
rooms. Fittest scenery in British Columbia, overlooking Upper Arrow Luke.
W. J. Lightburne, Prop.
CEMENT BLOCKS
Manufactured for all oiaat>eH uf  tm'ldingt
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE GLAY AND FIRE BRICKS
for*«lIa in lar^e or small t|iianliti«3l
I at tlie lowest prices for rash.
All kind?-of hniMin* and'plasterlug
uiidertalrtDi
Foote & Pradolini,
REVELSTOKE
E.   G.    BURRIDGE
Tinsmithing, Repairs,   Hot   Air
Pipe and  Furnace Work
WORK    SHOP-
Connaught Ave.   -   Revelstoke
FOR  SALE!
Splendid residences,
Suitable Building Lota
Those interested will iln well to call
and see us before deciding to buy.
Vuii can obtain lair rates lur Fire Insurance in reliable companies wiib Do-
minion Charters.
Call and Ret llgures.
Money to Loan on Residential Prop-
ertj.
W. B. ROBERTSON
Cor. Second Stand Mackenzie Ayenue
Tenders for School Building at
Revelstoke.
Sealed Tenders, superscribed "Ti*tnl-
"t   ;"i   Sin.'i,i  Buil.lin -  Revelstoke",
will Im* received   by   tin*   undersigned
and including  tin* Ninth day of
M iy. 101 , fm' ilu- erection   ainl  com-
rt "! ,m   eight   room   brick  ami
oncrete achool-huilding  (exclusive of
ntz Mil ventilating) in   tin-   City
f Revelstoke. B. C.
S   ile I Tenders, superscribed "Tend-
Heating and   Ventilating School
. ::|  lIso   I"* received Iiy t In*
i nil t n ami including --aiil
■in-   and   ."niHating
lers are requested  for
'   'Mill.       Ill'I
'■I'    ii   "ii   .nnl
■
■
Palace Restaurant
McKenzie   Avenue
Fruit, Candied, Cigars .Tobacco.
Mealp 35 cents.
A. H. Sing, Proprietor
Vegetable and Flower
SEEDS
Ornamental  and Flowering
SHRUBS
Best varieties of
FRUIT   TREES
Send for Catalogue
Html NURSERIES S FLORAL CO., LTD.
I IranvilleSt.   P. O. Box 10W
Vancom it, B. C.
Scotch  Whisky
A Genuine Highland Whisky.
1 here are hundreds of brands of so-called
"Scotch Whisky."
Many of these arc not genuine.
ror your health s sake, confine your choice
to standard hrands ; use a whisky of recognized
merit.
Watson s Whisky is one of these; distilled
in the Highlands of Scotland the district
acknowledged to be the hest in the world for
whisky distilling.
We age our Whisky in Sherry wood, and,
after careful blending, it is bottled in our warehouse and sealed with an adhesive capsule
bearing our name.
Every such bottle carries with it our unqualified guarantee of purity and quality.
Insist     on
Watson's
"THREE STAR"      A mild, tliiiron^lilv uiuiiiT.'.1 Scotch.
•'NO. 10'"-A lull.bodied, richly ll.vorrj Scold.
JAMES WATSON & CO., Limited  -  Dundee.
Tapping's Opera House
ONI-.    NICIIT    ONLY
Monday, April   25th, 1910
Frederic  Belasco  Presents
T.EL1VIO
The Dramatic Sensation of tho Season from
Augusta Evans' Book of tho same name
Salt* of Seats Opens foe Suhsorlbem at Maedonald'a Drug Btore
un Wednesday, April 20th.   Regular Sale next day.
Prices:   $1.50, - $1J -JOc.
Note:   A Full House for ST. ELMO secures all the
Belasco Attractions for Revelstoke in Future
SIGNS
■ ■■, il '.'  l'i Iced
P.nnting and
Paper Hanging
\i. '/.. ( IKAWFORD
i   b in Avenue
t
Union Hotel
RESTAURANT
• im 11
WHITE HELP ONLY
^
Stewart Macdonald
Proprietor
3 Superb Styles
Tlie famous Fit-Reform designer
has created three models in 2
Button Sack Suits that surpass
anything of this style ever seen
in this country.
The combination of originality
and elegance will appeal
to every man who prizes
exclusiveness and good taste.
J;'f^^*%L The patterns—■
If FIT-^PH 'n ^ne English
|FEF0RMp  Worsteds —are
equally   diftinc
tive.
15
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
ReveUtoke, D. C.
Advertise in The MAIL-HERALD
UH SATUKD'
M'lill. 23, 1010.
ThE mail-herald revelstoke. b. c.
Page 8
WATER NOTICE
Notice is Wi-fiy given (lint an application will be made under Part V, ol
the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a
license in tin* Revelstoke Division of
West Kootenay District.
(a.) The name, address and occupation of the applicant, Jacob S. Wiens,
Nakusp, B, C, fruit grower and vegetable gardener.
(b.) The name of the lake, stream,
or source lit unnamed, the description
is) Little stream, unnamod, running
out of small lolce \ ol mile oast of said
ami.
(o.) The point "f diversion, '20 roils
west of east end ui Un ■_', sub-division
ol lot 427-1 I lump in.
(d.) 'lhe quantity nf wator applied
fnr (in cubic fr'" per second) one cubic fiuit per second.
le.)   The    character of lho proposed
works: Taken  uita   ttcti  ijPTOgbfl irom
treiint to garden.
(f.l The premises n" which tho water is to he used, Lol '-', Subdivision
of Lot 4274 Group (1) Kootenay.
(g.) The purposes for which the wo
ter is to be used,—irrigating vegetable
garden.
(h.) If fnr irrigation, desoribe ihe
land intended to be Irrigated, giving
acreage.—1 acre on west etui uf Lot 2
sub-division nf Lot 4274 of Group (1)
(k) This nm ice was posted on the
14th day of March, 11110, nnd nn application will be made to the Commissioner on the 1 Ith day of April, A,
1).   1910.
(1) Give the names nnd addresses
of nny riparian proprietors or licensees who or whose lands arc likely to
be affected by the proposed works,
either above or below the outlet,—
Buisnall Bros., Robert La Hue, Xakusp
B. 0., below outlet.
Dated March 16th.,  1910.
(Signed) m.16.
JACOB L. WIENS,
* ' Nakusp, B. C.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In tbe Goods of Thomas Beecher
Metberall. deceased.
Notice is hereby given that all persons having claims Attaint-It the late
Thomas Beecher Metberall, of Ping
stou Creek, decea-ed, who died on or
abiut the 4th day of September, 1909
are reqnirfd to send by post prepaid
or delivered to the undersigned, solicitors lor the Administrator, their
names, addresses and the full particulars of their claims in writing, and the
nature of securities, if any, held by
them.
And take notice that after June 1st,
1910 the Administrator will proceed
to distribute the assets of the deceased
amongst tbe persons entitled thereto,
having regard only to the claims of
which he shall then have notice.
Dated at Revelstoke, B. C, this 13th
April, A. D , 1910.
GILLAN & ELLIOTT,
Revelstoke  B. C.
4ws Solicitors fur Administrate
Eggs for Hatching
Eggs for hatching from  the follow -
ing imported pure bred stocn.
S. C. Rhode Island r.eds.-?2.00.
Silver  Laced  Wyandottes,—$2.00
Barred Plymouth Rocks,—$2.00
S. C. Bull Leghorns,—J2.00
Cornish Indian Game,—$2.00
White  Crested   Black   Polish,-?2.00
Emden Geese —$3.00.
Imperial  Pekin  Ducks.—$1.7").
Also stock from   the above for sulc,
MRS. R. A.    I'PPER.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that the
partnership heretofore existing between the undersigned under the linn
name ni.d style of The Panel Supply
Co., has this day been dissolved by
mutual consent and the business in
future will be carried on under the
same inline by Y.. W. H. Paget.
All Accounts owing by the Arm will
be paid by, and all accounts owing to
the tii-iii will lie colleoted  by B. wi ll.
I'a get.
Hated al Rovelrtoke, B.C., this 5th
day of April, r.'H'. II
' (Signed,       K. \V. II. PAGET,
.KilIN   WILSON.
Certificate of Improvements
N01 H'l'.
" Ilarn "  I    ' lllll, -itn.it,- in the
Trout  Luke  Mining   Division   of West
Kooteua; D
Where  Incite I ;   On   Poplar    Creek,
near Poplar Townsite.
TAKE NOTICK that I, A.R. Heyland,
free Mine.'- Certificate N'o. B. 25405,
intend, sixtj days from date hereof, to
apply to the Mining Recorder im- a ( ■
tlficate of Improvements, for the purpose
of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above
claim.
And further  take  notlee   lhat action,
ni"','i  Section I",  must  lie coma
before the Issuniit e ol such Ccrtifieati of
Improvements.
Dated this  15th da) ol   Vpril,   A. D.,
1911.
A. K. HKYLAND.
It's Natural Walking
versus
the Wooden Walk.
When you afflict your feet with an ill-fitting
pair of shoes you will soon be lhe owner of a
wooden walk—and a heavy, toilsome tread which
tires the body.
Nature intended that you should walk easily
and freely without growing weary — that you
should be light on your feet, and easy and free in
your stride.
The Napoleon Shoes have the 20 improvements which
Nature says you must have in shoes. They give toe-freedom.
They have a hurtless instep, an artistic-shaped steel arch,
and a plumb-line heel and sole.
There is ease and comfort in every pair of them.
The Goodyear-sewn welt is reinforced by the artistic
genius of an orthopaedic understanding—"Napoleons" are
sold at the same price in every country.
EDISON THEATRE
The Famous
uvenile
Bostonians
1
apoleon
(Foot-rite)
Shoe
For Sale Only at Tlvs Store
MeKinnon   &   Sutherland
REVELSTOKE,   B.   C.
TALES FROM THE WONDERFUL WEST
Monday & Tuesday
April 25-26
Programme Monday Night
■BERTAS BILLION"
Of Course
There May Be Others
But
Royal  Crown Soap:
Is The Best in The West.
Made Especially
For The Hard Water of This Country:
Equally Good in Soft Water.
'Tis a Solid-Substantial Bar
Of Honest--Mild-Efficient Soap :
And the Premiums are Fine !
Write for Premium Catalogue
A Post Card Will Bring It.
DESIGN   PROTECTED   BY  COPYRIGHT
CAST HY CHAKACTEliS.
UoiiHlree  ll.-mlii.k~   Edith  McCltiire
Tom  Morion  (of Sun  Francisco)   Haiti.-  Ilellen
J'Vntil   Viven  Amber
Fredrick  Mildred Owers
1 i.l   Fao O'Neill
Peter     Madlyn   Uyun
Father  Hendricks   Osa  Kiuiie>
Gretcheu  I'curl Fortieth
Marie    Daginnr Amber
Katrine   Uearu O'.Neill
Little Aim.,    Ethel Stoddard
Mlll'lyn I Irani   (of Sun  Franeisuo)   LoiH Mason
Wee Sundv   Doris ('iinliclil
ISKIiTA  BABE MASON
i'horn- of Villages and feasants, etc.
SYNOPSIS.
A.i  I.   Cl I Harvest  Da\   Kccreations nl  Alpine Villa.
Act II.—Veranda of Alpine Hotel, -J weeks later.
The following musical number will bo presented during   the
action of  llle ' iperu::
ACT I
0|iening  Chorus     Company
"I  Wani   a  Postal Card  from  Vou"     I.iui.- Alma
"llali i   Bungalow"    Fredriell
"Sausages"    Bertn
"il.■!■'.  llm There's Class  to a Hill  Like You"  Tom
"Has Anvone Seen a (iermunBiind":  (Jretchen
"Haven  of   l.o.-"      Heindree
"How Hid ih,- llinl Know That?"  Tom.  IleinJrtf, Bertn.
Finule    Company
ACT  II
Ojieniug Chorus  Compam
"I   Kemember  You*'       Little  Alma
"Steal a  Ki-- rn- Two*1   Ueindr ind Bertn
"Silent   l.ove"   ■    Tom
"Too-ra-li-oo-ra-li-ny"    Berta
"Swiss   Yo.il,-"    Heindree
"I  Wonder Whose Kissing Her N'ow?" Peter
"Move Un Mr. Moon.'  Moonbeam Quartette
"Yip-i-adi-i-nye"    Bertu
Finale Company
MOONBEAM QUARTETTE.
Haiti.- Hellen. Viven  Vmbcr, Julia Hal... Edith Mel lain-.
Pettipiece vs. Burglar
Vancouver, April -J.!—Tbe resi-
dence of .Mr. R. P. Pettipiece,tbn Red
Flag s'audard l..art-r, w«s l.r. ken into
by a busy burglnr Inst nigbt ami every
room but tbbt occupied by the Socialist orator and bis wile waa visited by
the n. iselese prow er. He only undo
Irs (xii when one of the three children
saw the stranger rumsging their
room, and the three yelled in unison
sending him clattering down the
stars »inl away Im safety with the
apeed of the Onl en route to Scuttle.
The masier oi lie bi use jumped fn in
his hnl wiib h bound which he !- ■
never rqualfd in hi- public strife
when jural ing tn ri ply to men « bo
want to start a new labor party, but
he wns I.... lute to .l.-i «',■ tin- question
with hi- uninvited visit! r. The latter
oould I e si 11! dsshini? 'in. ugh the
bushes—tbe bouse i- 2340 St. Csth-
ei i i i - -tint—and en Biting I he bridge
on io Ninth avenue, »nd Mr. Petii-
11 i • * - > iliil not fancy tin prospect of a
phase do! hi d only in hi- night attire.
The bandar may bave Lieu one of
ili.i-i- misguided people who cannot
appreciate tie pubtle difference le-
twicn iln Socialist theory of "commrn
ownership ' and what i.» said by its
opponents to he S cialifni, "dividing
up," and he probably came along with
the purpise of putting tie latttr
interpretation of the new economics
into practical operotii n, Mr. Pettipiece says ihe intiuder could not have
known ihnt, he was e Socialist or he
would have recognized that there
were no valuables in the house. Truly
the mini got nothing tor his plans
except perhaps a couple of cigars of a
notorious Socialist quality. YetU be
wns very industrious. He pulled out
drawers, ransacked desks, emptitd tbe
picket of clothes and even a-cended to
the attic. Iu spile of it all. Mr.
Pettipiece denies that he is a heavy
sleeper. Entrance wns gained through
the haaeu ent window. The only
money was cautiously kppt iu a satchel at the- bead ol the bed.
SEALED LEAD PACKETS ONLY
The native purity   and   garden  freshness of
is preserved by the use of sealed lead packets.
—— Black, JIixe<i aud ^iumral QreeB, 4uc, Due, tiuc uud 7'Je per lb.     .  ■
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from country ol origin.
WHOLESALE     DEALERS    ONLY
REVELSTOKE    ±i.  Ci.
Programme  Tuesday A[ight
THE OPERETTA "GLORY"
(AST Ol-' til Mi M I KHS,
Mi.  Murph>  Madlyn  Kynn
Molliu  Murphy   Lois Mn oi
Kiltv  Miirphv     I -li"!  Sum!
Mo      Million.'   . ..   .Illliu    I'. .1"
Jennie Pa''  B
l'i..l   llu ton   „.,   Viven   Venhri
II o".   Harper   E.litli  M I
.I.i. I,  StcWin t Hnl'"   Ilellen
.1 ilce,  a  Jockcv I' i  '
Mono l'i       I'm
Dill  iliis.-o DADI    MASON
SYNOPSIS
\      I    On   tin- I"',  ll       Scene  II    II
\      'I    I      ■        nl  the    	
Ml -H'\l     M Mill IIS
VI  I   l
Ml,
Murpliv' Mi    VI
I i i Doll  , i-ll
Vuu I ii I'rien     ■..  I ■ ■ i ■ i. ■ ' I'
.i       ' 11 llm II
"Even bodi    Kmiv     It'     I' ere" I turpi
■ ■ \\ I,i ili   ii  Vou VViuil   Mi   Dear" i
VI I   ll
Opening W
Iwiliglit" II
I ; I    M ■' M
"Did  lb   Run?"
••I   VV.iirldn'l   Do Thnt,   Would   Vmi?"
•■II..II...   Mi    VIu •   ''I in liuai
"Villi (illt   Ml   lioin   ,   K tl' I1
"('    |!ll'liei      -
■ >iv ■       Vnrllo" . H
Filmic
Reserved Seats $1    Admission  75c.
Children 50 cents
Boycotting the Daps
FoktWii i.iam. April 22.— Fnr some
time it has been rumored that tbeC.
P. R. intended importing a number of
English and French "peaking freight
handlers and to dispense with tbe
Italians and Greeks, who caused them
aj much trouble in years past.
To-day S3 French Canadians arrived and were at orce taken to the
Ancient Marine bote1, which is fitted
up as a boarding bouse. This make*
a force of 250 men of English and
French speaking. Tbe Italians and
(.ireeks apparently recognize and
accept tbe situation as very few are
applying for employment. Many of
the Italians are leaving for construction work, especially in British Columbia, but tbe (ireeks prpfer to work
around town and not many of them
are going far atield.
Some 50 men ol the various nation-
alties have applied for work as freight
handlers.
Canal Through Prairie
" Sooner or later," declared   Loire
Coste, eiiuineer  ol   the   Internal! nal
Waterways committee,  before  a aub-
oooiiiiittee  on  the   Coomee   bill   at
Ottawa.   "Canada   nill   demand    tbe
c instruction   ol a  car.al   trom   Lake
Superior r.i lit through to   Elmont. ii.
II such a canal   is   not   built   in   tic
course of time, 1  believe  Canada  will
. -.   the grain-carrying  trade ol   too
:; > •"
Coste wa- givii fj evi li i ce   in a  bill
it., a  i- tnpany  to build a
Ir m   L«ki   Bupei   r I     Lake
U iuni| eg.     1-1  rn    an    •: .
• .-.I.  the sol. mi   was
:   ■- ■ • i
,   ,. ng  thi te  I1'
md com tiaing seven :'. et ol
tt.itl I.
i   -:.- -.,     t   . •• sras a      hjectioi
ite
MM, .
national   watei I      Hi    b*lie»«i     the
\ ,ii ■ Icaiis  i n «       tbe pro.
I   ., rjg  the cans    I i   ■    ..
\ ■ i .   m .-.'.: i ,   i!
—Commeicial Sews
Can Cut Off Queues
-..!•;■ 22—Tl     • cent
e In-t is- ii d bj    i be Cbim se tovern-
ment allow I               bjecti
to part nil to hi up-
il n pn -i"i-
tativt i ;r .in li in      u to Washington,
iccord '.'" ii     r aching
bare today,
.1 Page 4'.
THE MATL HERALD REVELSTOKE, B- C-
SATUUDAY, AP1W. 23, 1910.
Zbc flbaMbcualfc
I'UBUSHKI)  WKDNKSUAY AND
BATUBDAY   at
REVELSTOKE. B.   C.
Jntcrtor UMibUsblng Company,
Limited
Subscription    Rates
Inoluding pontage to hii*.liuid, United States
and Camilla,
Hy thu year Itiirouuli porfluttloe]   fci.Sii
Half        " " ■'       I.*'
Quarter "        " "   i-wl
Jjli    HINTING promptlj u
able rat us.
TKHMS-Owh.   Subscript!
vanee.
uutod at reason'
payable in ad
ADVERTISING   RATES.
Legal not Uuu. lUoeut-H per lino Ilml Inhortion,
flconU por lino eaoli >»iilwmiuiml hiwirUon
Measure menl ^ Noupariel llii Hntw make oue
jm-iil. Store antl k««" ml bUHinoua an
iioiiiit'i'tiii'iiN $2.fill \wv liioh por month.
l'vft.'iutl puKitiuiirt, .'.. per cunt, ad*
tli;i»i.il. Birth*, Muni.iK*" and Doatlw,
fiOo   eaoh ln*uritou.
Lnn<l   notices   $7.fli    All  advertinemontd
pulled lotho nppnival nf thu inanatfonieut,
Wanted .uni Condunnod Advertisemonuc
AKOUlrt Wanted, Help  Wanted, Stluatioiw
wanted,    SlluutioiiH     VauanU    Toaeb
Wanted, Mool»anie« Wanted, tn words
loan 25c.. imi Ii   additional   lino   1"   cut
Changed in rJUindlnn luti'urli* entfl m
bein by 8 a. in,  'luohdaj and Friday of
each « k to -..-cun' good display,
CORREWPONDKNCE invited on matters of
publio luturent, UonnnunloaUaun bo Kdl*
tor must be accompanied by name of
writer, not ueoenBurily fo publication, but
an ovidenoe of good faith. Correspondence
nhould bu hrief.
H
ARVEY, McCABTKH
AND I'INKHAM,
BAHBIHrKRS, SOLICITOUS, KTC.
OrriCKB :   IttPKKiAL Hank BUILDING Ukvkl
BTOKK, fi. C,
Money to loan,
OtiioeH: Hevolritoke, B C.    t'ranbrook, B, (\
Qko. S. McCaktkr
A.. M, FlNKHAM1 J. A. Harvkv.
KovuUloko, Craiibrntik
w
1LLIAM I. BKIGUS
Barrister
Solicitor, etc.
Solicitor foi-:—
Tub Canaihan Bank hk COMMBROK,
Thk Molsons Hank, Etc.
FIRST ST.,   -   KKVELSTOKE. B.C.
K
OBKKT SMITH
Provincial Land Surveyor,
Mining Surveyor
Engineering
McKknzik Avkndk,
Unx lot), Rbvblhtoke
D
ALKIX k  EVELEIUH,
ARCHITECTS
Vancouver and Revelstoke, B, 0.
All communications addressed lu Post
office, Revelstoke, will have prompt
attention,
NOW IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY
LOTS FOR SALE IN
Glearview Addition
At prices one quarter of those asked
in other parts of Revelstoke
It is one of the most desirable locations in the city
for Residences and has a superb outlook, fresh air. no
wind or hot air.
liberal Discount if Purchase Made During April
CALL AND SEL US FOR PRICES
REVELSTOKE GENERAL AGENCIES, Ltd.
REAL  ESTATE,   LIFE,   FIRE  AND  ACCIDENT   INSURANCE
Now that the dates for the
Annual Fall Fair held under the
auspices of the Agricultural Society h«ve been decided upon,
namely Sept. 0 and 7. we would
most strongly advise that a commencement be made to arrange
for the many preliminary details
that are necessary to dispose of
before the regular business of
the Fair itself is entered upon.
Intending exhibitors in all classes
are anxious to know just what
there will be for them, and the
earlier a start is made the more
successful will the Fair be. Everything should not be left till
the last minute, as seems to be
invariably the case.
ities to weed out, and we are
glad to know that the city council Fire, Water and Light Committee have decided to inspect
all these places throughout the
city that are liable to be dangerous in case of lire but would
suggest that this be done at once
so that the safety of the city may
be secured.
sS^^^fek
Lime   ]
Phosphate/
ii
„ Knight tor a Day "
c. w. o w
Mountain  View Camp, No. 770
■ Moot*  Second  und   Kimrlh  \Vi*ln<>»ria>-fl In
each month, in Selkirk Hall.   Viaitin   woodmen oordifti'v invited to attend.
W   K O-IIOHN'K Con. i'om.
JAS   MclNTYKK. Clerk.
Kootenay  Lodgo. No.  16, A   F. * A.
Thf)  rek-nlHr meet*
in*:- >tr<> I10M in tlie
M IS0NICTKMPLK
li,i,if..n..w. Rail, no
'he tliinl Monday in
iHrh month at 8
p m. Visiting brethren    cordially   wel-
We understand that Revelstoke
is one of the first cities in the
West to cast a ban on the city
hat for ladies in church and the
idea is certainly a good one. We
heard of a case recently when a
Wellesley township preacher has
retired from the ministry be-
bause of unsuccessful efforts on
his part to get the women of his
congregation to see eye to eye
with him respecting reform in
ladies head gear He considered
the excesses of the women in this
connection as qualifying for
classification among sins. It is to
be Imped that a reasonable view
of the matter will be taken b.v
our local fair sex.
J. T. 1'OLLl" K. M ISTEK
CHAS. J. AMAN. St.. iiiii *m
SELKIRK LODGE li I.0.0. F,
Mean bi Brj
i ,v  n»ei
__ PVUItiOB brethren are
cordially invited to attend.
L   1'ROBYN. N.O. IAS   MATHlK>«r.
Cold Range Lodge, K. of P.
No. 26,   Revelstoke, B  C.
MgKl>  . VMU   iVBDNB-iDAT,
accept
eec mool :i-    i
lit,::    at    B -i       - iillinir
Kni.     -
D   A. Melius U.I >
(J. B. HKOl'K. K   ■••   H    > -
T. P    SM'.TH
I."    '■
CofBT M
Meets   in  I    "   ii   I-. II
Tnppii H
Mimil iv ni ii
Visiting'
ci tnetl,
i    I:    i
-
■
Zbc flfoaiUlbcralfc
-
N   4.
11
their opii
cil si
<. iew to 1 treel
ir put in Al
prea
is in a deplora
near!   	
1
these «ill
wheels and spring,    I
hoped thi t the puh
mittee will look into thi
the nucleus   of good,    n rl
faced itreel    foi  Revelstol ■
year.
DON'T BEG TITLES.
Speaking at  Whitefield (Eng.
r ntly, Joe .Martin said "tl
■a;is ■ thai Canai
should come hi
and - im-
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LAW AND ORDER.
• The Chief of Police reported
the other day at the City Police
Court that it was getting quite a
common thing for private houses
to be disturbed at all hours of the
night, and their inmates, especially the women folk, frightened
and terrorized, by drunken men.
The present vigilance of the police force generally in rounding
up the "drunks and disorderlies"
and running them into the gaol,
where they invariably have justice for their desserts meted out
to them b.v the magistrate,
is to be highly commended, and
the numerous cases that are
shown on the police records week
after week prove that the police
are well in touch with the doing
of overy stranger that comes into
town, and who is addicted to too
much "booze." Those that have
fallen foul of the police have been
ami punished for their offences
should be examples this fraternity and show that the city will
not tolerate such conduct. When
it cnmes to disturbing private
houses and frightening the inmates that is another matter and
whether the offender is too drunk
to know what he is doing or not,
ild make no difference, and a
esson should be taught
them and the utmost penalty of
law inflicted. A few such
pies may have the tendency
■ ,i stop to this practice and
teach thes»- transient miscrants
is undesirable
n 1: ■ 'hat they will
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Those «li" missed tlio performance
of "A Knight for o Daj" givon nl
Tapping's opera house last night, mis-
M'tl lhc finosl unci mosl finished production lhal has ever been staged in
Itevelstoke, The houso wn* crowded lo
the doors, and io say lhal everyone
was delighted is putting it mildly.
The |jJoy has more plol than is usu-
allj loiind in musical comedy and ihu
neal lit tie romance lends itself *■>
beautifully i" the musical numbers,
the picturesque stage effects and the
bountiful gowns, thai lhe eye and enr
alike are satisfied from the rise n> the
fall of the curtain.
I li \mi- tin- -aino company under the
management of Mr. < rnnslon, (hut
presented " I'ho Uoyal Chef" here a
fow weeks noo, lint our would never
mi-|imi there «n* so much hidden
titlem in each performer ,-is was dis-
\\ :i< far Miperior in overy wayi Thu
played In-l evening. "The Royal Chei'
was (food, Imi "A Kiiiirlit for n Day"
comedy is screamingly funny, and in
this department honors are equally divided between Miss Florence Sinnott,
and Ml. Will ("onley, as Tilly Day and
donothnn iloy. Charles Vaughan,
Leonn Klmerman, llhoda Greenough
.-iml a new member Mr. Karl Dewey.
have some beautiful song numbers
llmt are givon with l">oi| effect, Byron
I'.toiui, has only a few bars to siiiL-.
and it~ a pity for lii- fine baritone
voicehas nlwnys been heard in Revelstoke with much delighl upon former
vi-iis. Mjv< Miinifonl is also a new
member of the company who displays
line drnmatic ability as Madam Wood-
berry, the in-all of a ladies seminary,
I.on Chancy made a big hi! as tin-
chef and inventor of some "hoi stuff"
coiled meat -am--, lie mukes hi- pari
"lun stuff" all through the play, and
his song "Hurrah, Manna. Hurrah"
wn one of the many good Iiii-.
Much praise is due lo the < In in- for
nu nbility, precision in all the
ill evolutions as well a- benuti-
; .      eiMiiiality.
- it ikinc     electrical effect  ihAt
was promised  in  this play  proved   the
novel ever seen  in  ihis city,     A
mm -an      illuminated with  hun-
- of miniature electric lights    on
h n.MtM   , dozen girls swung high
Hies, held    the audience spell-
bo md,
ken    i      i   « hole   tl nlei taininenl
well win lh     while, and other at-
i"ii-   under   Mr.   Cranston's  inan-
,'ti!  will  always I,,, welcome,     A
ol  tuneful   melodies  will  always
emembered loiiL. after the play has
own      i   •    -uni ui ii v    will     play
Hoj .   i linf"  tonight.
Gun Club
I bt wcrlily slioot by the Itevelstoke
(ion Olub took pine on Wednesday
Willi the following Mora:
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\   I   Mnnr e     14
I   B»rher    12
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W   ,l. w   Brown    ii
.liillnillsnil    wins     lhe   button    in
Monroe wins  the  button  in  tbe
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West Kootenay Steam Laundry
Revelstoke,  B. C.
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Properly and Promptly Cleaned.
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R. M. H. Notes
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- iturdiy t he IOI h
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'mill         31 11     ■U'i     84
lorp, Aldridgi         • 17     'i'l     72
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The Eckhardt Company
The lii^li cIobh drama "In the llish-
op's rnrriago" was produced on Thursday night,      The   play is  i( the
besl the iM-khardts have tintl was another Rticcess, The heavier scenes wore
well carried out, while the lightoraide
;i- portrayed by M. Kckhardt gave a
fipice nf comedy to the whole. Thn
audience were thoroughly plensod with
the performance. Mi^s Deffrcy ailed an
extremely diflicult pari with strong
realism, nnd Miss Nichols wns well up
to the mark. Mr. Brnndon is un actor
ol unusual morit.
I.a-t niiiii the MirriiiL' melo-drama
"Ragle's Nest" was staged at the
Kilisun Theatre by the Eckhardl Co.,
with gi-eat success. This piece is one
lhe iin.mi unrks ul' ii< kind ami wns
well handled from stnrl lo finish by
the company who carried oul their
parts "ith realistic vigof. Tho stage
elicits were particularly line and the
usual over - sensational methods
adopted in melodrama, were conspicuous by their absence. While there wore
many e\iiiincr incidents in "Eagle's
Nosl" tlie whole "a- played without
any uf tin- more stirring sconos lieing
menl.uie.   which   shows   lhal    llleplny-
ei    [jossess  tho n-iiiil ability,
\l VSKED BALL.
ronighl tho company will conclude
lie-it engagement bore with the well
known comedy "Masked Ball."
A return engagement will be looked
forward i", as lhe lakhardts have
provod ili"in-elves a most talented
company.
Churches
Bi rvleei on Sunday at 11 a. in. and
7 111) p in. by the pastor. " The Palm
free, a striking Illustration uf the
riKliteuus," will be tho morning sub
ject; and "Foundation Principles of
the Hume. I lie (i ivcriiiiient   and   Kb
liglon." 4? Sunday school st2.lli)pni
Epworth Losgueon Monday, mid week
service in the church psrlura at S o.k,
n nt All nre cordially invited to theise
servloes
st. Peters. Fourth Sunday aftor
Easter, Holy Ooraraunlon, 8 a, m.:
matins, 11 a.in.| Kvensong, 7::di p. m.|
s lay school, 2:80 p.m.
0| ih,   r,,.hi i  church will    be
mdny  ni"iiiiii'_r  by  Mr,
p    \   Petoi "ti. Scandinavian Mission-
.   ||   i      ml In the evening by
i .     ('. W, i
 ■ ■   ,    it,-, ited  to  the o      u rv-
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Mark Twain Dead
Redding, Conn., April 22.—Smuiel
1/onghorne Cleiuens ( Mark Twain )
rliinl painlessly at ti.30 o'clock last
niuht of anciua pectoris. He lapsed
into coma at 3 o'clock in lbe afternoon and never   recovered   contcious-
0.688.
He recognized his daughter Carrie,
Mrs OeBip Gabrillovitcb, and spoke a
rational word or two. These words
were Lis last. I.ayig aede bis
glaetes and pencil lie sank first into
reverie and later into final unconsciousness. There was no thought
at the time, however, that the end
waa so near.
Mark Twain did not die in anguish.
Sedatives soothed hie pain, but in hie
tiiuni'ills of cunsciousness the mental
depression persisted.
The death of hie daughter Jean, who
was seized with en attack of epilipsy
while ir. her bath, was au added blow
from which he never recovered. It was
then that the stabbing pains in the
heart began.
Mark Twain died as truly as it can
be said of any man of a broken hear t
The last bit of literary work he did
was a chapter of his unfinished autobiography describing his daughter
Jean's death.
That Mark Twain had put his affairs
in perfect order and died well off,
i liinic.li by no means a rich man. He
leaves a considerable number of unfinished manuscripts in all stages of
ciijiipletinn and ol all characters,
many of them begun years ago and
put aside as unsatisfactory.
Fire at Fleming's Livery Stable
An alarm of fire was turned into No.
2 Fire Hall iln- afternoon shortly be-
foro 2 o'clock. Tlie apparatus was
quickly un the spot where the out-
break occurred, which wns in an old
shack nml shed adjoining Fleming's
Livery Stable, above McKenzie Ave.,
The hnililiiiL' was Lrutled in a few inin-
uii' Imi without the contents being
damaged, tl"' ti.r-. -b-iu'lis, etc., having liei'ti romoved in llmo, A powerful stream of water wan kepi playing
on i lie fire until all danger of spreading among the brush on tin.'bench
wn   ovor.   The outbreak was supposed
to have I □ caused by Bome men wlm
woro having their lunch in the     slmd
al the time.
MnaM■asaasajBiV
sjjtaeji v\Tl lillAY, Al'llll. 23, 1010.
THE mail-herald revelstoke, b. c.
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If our methods suit you
tell other*. If they don't
suit you tell up. Any criticism of our mode of
doing business will be
appreciated,
HUME'S SPECIAL
A news sheet devoted to the interests of the citizens of Revelstoke and surrounding
towns and settlements.     Our aim is to place before the purchasing
public the facilities of Our Big Department Store.
Mail Orders.
Telephone Orders.
Send   the   children   to
the .store.   Come yourself.
Have our city traveller
call at your home for
orders.
Working Shirts
for Men
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We nre handling the celebrated II. 1?. K. working shirt for
men. It is the biggest shirt
on the market and fully justifies its name of "The Big
Shirt." Heavy Khaki duck,
breast pocket, felled seams,
perfectly finished, at
$1.50 each
Medium weight duck, stripes
a shirt for the man who wants
a hard wearing article at $1.25
Medium weight brown twill,
unshrinkable.full sized nt %\ .50
The celebrated " Husky"
shirt, absolutely guaranteed
that }wo will wear oieyear,
made in khaki noxal cloth,
two breast pockets, and full
sized.    Price S5.50 per pair.
you wi
travel in style and
fort. Ever nolice
how many traveling men wear
Regal Shoci ? Because they've
found that Regais look best, fit
easiest and last longest. That
is why
REGAL
SHOES
are  the brit   footwear
lur you.    So, (imp into
our  ilorc  lur  a  pair
today.
The Klevator is the most perfect type of passenger elevator
made. We spared no expense to
get the best and most reliable. All
the safety devices so far produced
you will find on it. The most
approved automatic safety brake.
(low Drapery
fresh and welcome and ae
pretty as the May llowers; for
Kitchen, Bath or Den Windows. {A mixed lot in different
widths and a multitude of
colorings. Some worth as high
as -."jc, all at
15c.
Ilie Instato
Shoe
The Shoe that fits the child's
foot and gives it a chance to
grow naturally without deforming it. Easy fitting and
hard wearing. We have them
in all sizes from 5 to 21, at
prices from
$1.75 to $3
Noire Ribbon
5 \i inch
Moire or watered ribbon, n\
inches wide. The best seller
in stock for hair bows, sashes,
hat trimmings, a nice heavy
stiff quality. The bow will
hold its shape, all the wanted
colors. Remember 5} inches
wide.   Special at per yard
35c.
Tailored Waists
New Tailored Waists for
1.ailius in the new pattern- in
Vesting:-, I'oplin Cords and
Fronting Linen, pretty detachable laundry collars. The
smartest and dressiest we have
yet shown. Some have the
new milled front.
$1.50 to $4.50
New Lingerie
Waists
One of tha daintiest and
most attractive groups of new
lingerie waists we have yet
shewn, a showing that no
woman who cares would like
to miss. Embroidered Batiste,
fine Tucked Lawn, some of
them showing a great deal of
lace trimming
$2 50 to $6.50
(orset (over Embroidery
as dainty as a kitten's ear, a
full 17-inch corset cover embroidery, fine, white Cambrics
new from St. Gall, Switzerland,
at per yard
50c.
Exquisitely dainty corset
cover embroidery, special patterns, 18 inches wide on fine
Mulls, Cambrics, and Barred
Muslins at
75c, 90c, $1
Rp Silks
Any person familiar with
Silks knows the prevailing demand for Rajahs. They are a
decidedly novel silk and are
wear resisting. dur color assortment is complete—Champagne, Copenhagen, Saxe Blue,
Wisteria, Catawba, Browns,
Navys, and the rest of them.
This lot is a special 27-inch
silk at
60c
Pure Irish Linen
We are aware of the many
crimes committed under the
name of " al! linen," We have
this sort too hnl sell it on its
merits. We can also give you
I'ure Linens. " We know
thorn" and can point out to
you whether they are "Pure
Linen" or not. .luBt now we
have a shipment] of "Pure
Irish Linen," direct from Richardson's, Belfast, Ireland. Vou
can buy a very heavy pure
snowy white, 72-inch   Damask
at
$125
(li Cups ufld Saucers
See our elegant display in this department. China cups
and Saucers in white and gold at $2 and $2.50 per do/en.
White, blue and gold at •$•".."jO per dozen for after dinner Coffee
Cups; and $:i.75 per dozen for Tea Cups; Blue pattern at $3;
Tink and White at $2.50; Red and White at $2.50, and two
lines of Fancy Cups at $2.75 and $3 per dozen.
ilet Soups
.lust opened up a large assortment of Toilet Soaps in
Oatmeal, Castile, Carnation, Verona Violets," Vestal {Violets,
White Ilose, Silk Skin, Beauty Rose. Luxa-Rosa, Romania,
and a variety of other lines. No excuse for being dirty.
Ranging in price from
25c to $1 per box
(ice Coffee
When you buy pulverized Coffee you secure the results of
the latest process of modern machinery.] |,You save money
and have better coffee. We guarantee our stock of Coffee8
fresh and new.    Pulverized or granulated.
Wicker Baskets
See the line of baskets we are showing now. The "best
and strongest wicker baskets on the market. Large lauodry
baskets with covers, clothes baskets, butcher baskets, market
baskets, lunch baskets in four different sizes.   Get our prices.
les
Cress,  Parsley,   Ripe Tomatoes, Rhubarb. Lettuoe, Celery,
and Onions arriving three times a week,     \lwav.- fresh and new.
Oranges,   Lemons,   Bananas  and   Crape   Fruit   always  on
band.    Cive us a trial order.
C. B. Hume Sr Co
DEPARTMENT   STORE
Revelstoke,   --   B. C.
Vou may find a mistake in
our accounting, let us know if you
do. We have installed the finest
ollice system poasible and are doing
our utmost to keep apace with the
times, "i on can help us if you let
us know of any mistake that might
occur. iPagi 6.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B C
SATURDAY, Al'lill
HMO.
Women's Charte
Los ton. April '22—"A woman's
icharter" which p-opuses to give
wi im 11 fe fraucime, a ,1 many other
privilege-* they now lack,is before the
house of commons. IttskiRthe form
ofase-ii-s of eight bills introduced hy
Bir Charles Maolnren. One ol the
mail-, i 1 jicts of the "chart! r" is to | nt
msrrird w-onipn in   n   rnor»»  equitable
litii n with ri gard tn property ai il
to provide h iIhtiph For win -.. li is
pn pi »i'il ili ,i ii » il w '■ rlevo'ea In r
whi le time tn h i - - ■ .-. nnd the
care uf i nlaim  on
I-i r i iml aid lir 111 - estate
after deat li [or h ■ n in i all n)»t< d nn a
■  imt i x"i-i i'n,    i ■ n in life,
I.ri v ;I■ . 1 m ,. i . i tm m m ,1 nny
i    - personal allnwoi
Where the wi e i-i pr shc
shall net ]< pilly hi liabli for i lie BU| -
port ( i In r 11nr-1 •-■ i ,! r,r i I bin cliildti n
nnlesa ber eiiriiinuB rr ')»■ income of
her propi "y i tn ed ll i> minimum
neren-iirv h r In r own snppi   :
Wive tvho join j intly in Ihe sime
lu-.i.i-- H8 iheir bustards shall be
regi.nli il as [iirtiieiB
Fathers and mothers shall be joint
guardian-- nl I heir eh Idren.
Ali univprsiiire or irstitutes deriving r> vnii'- liuin iln siate shall be
open to women.
Fin* lij. bi mnl 1 nsbai ils a-e liable
ti- l,t„\iir punishment than under the
present law s
Emigration Season
This i- the height of tbe emigration
season, an 1 the i migrant who is answering Canada'« cry Fm help is sure of
a welcome, says thi Lo idun Chronicle
Occasionally, ol coursp, he may be
sold, but never in the s»me sense as
were tln>sf emigrants of tin- eighteenth century whose Iste one gathers
from an advertisement in n New York
paper ol 1774. For the advertisement
runs "Servants just arrived from
Scotland, to be iold on hoard tne
'Commerce,' C«] lain Fergupon, master
lying at tlie Kerry Stairs,among which
are a number "1 weaverp, tailor*, blacksmith9, naile", shoeniakerii, I utcliers,
mm IN "ST. til" DESCENDENT OF ILLUSTRIOUS ENGLISH MUSI
Tin' lv.iut\ ilml won tho l"^' of
ICn^iuml's greatest naval hero anil
mncle the Uriiisli nation gasp lias it-.
perfect prototype in twentieth een-
tury (ienlrt Nelson, win. has Untie div
rian- in idr teeth of OKI World conventionalism, ridden ronirh-shod thru
her famil\ esriitehcon and elaimwl the
Freedom of tlii~ count ry for the ex-1
pi oi tin if of her unquestioned  genius,
Three  generations   have  passed      be-
twccii   and   Mi--   \f|-...n   I   |iiv<i*mi   ila>I
hatter?, aud spinsters. U to  35   years !fllll(.  |ms  .,„, (.„,|(.1|   •„,  ,„,..,.,.i„_   the]
of a«e.    For ternis   apply   to   Henry
White, or tuid niHpter on hoard."
"Just Drunk"
(Strang" arc gome, nf the sxpressinrB
remai'knbU'   like    oi   her  illustrious
^rreat    grandmother.    Lady   Hamilton,
ti» ;i degree  thai   is  nlmo>t  uneanny.
11,-i   linn ni     dugrenl  enn be readily
trured in  Ihirke'f  preraitt' "i- any  n"t-
i-il  honk "i     biography.   I.ndy    llamil-
^^^ ^^^ ilon's   111ji-ti  daiiglitei-  nus   named Hor-
one hears at the  police court OCOl- Lt-„, ,,,-..,  ,.,.,  ,; hl„.   M.., ,,,,,     ,„,.„
•ionaUy when a'drunk" admits that th,   \, NVIsini), and she     was
he has been "drinking a little."   Borne c.,-,1,, n,.| \ grandmothiM
ofthe ttrnis must   Irtqnently   in   use  with   \. inarri
are     as    follows —Beery,    bemused, u- of Tenderten,  Kci
boozy, hosky, corned, fogey, fun, fresh, [ave
hi-   lips
Hamlin
Lnd>
fforntii
Tnlte '■in"
Hemembi
llamilto
as  ;,   In
my  ow i
rt-iiii ain.ilio
my   proud ro
h
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hazy, elevated, kisky.  hi»hy, moony,
muggy, musky, on, pcrewi I   * tewed,
aight and winy.    In  sn  intermediate *'"*   '''"   ' :'ier-
clasi staiiil podgy, bpargi d, b m d, cut,
pr nmi.  Bwipsy,  tlnee  -i-iv. io  tbe
witnl anil !"i' l> nw.    "But theaemP,"
"is i-nly obtained when  the disguised
individual   ean     s-i    i    .■-.,,,   •,, .
ladder ' or '■■ - - and
h-    -n-.' or 'otT bis nu1       r   "with Ins
(11SMI   i,-:,,-■
in i.;—
the tutti r' ami ras
raw,'
or when I     -  - ■ ■ . ularly
acamtnered
E v
diiii cal
iiiit-" -
Wit
owners v
«
their
delay.
f my   dear l.ndy
l Inu     I  leave
nnd   "in- daughter
legacy lo my country
never forgel   Hoi-iitin."
■I nuking   into
believing   thai   I
.ii my n.it.-il a"' ^^^^^^^^^^^
latives insist in telling ine. I know
tImh  everything    thai  I.ady   Hamilton
ilid was il tward expression oi au
emotionul nature thai  eould  nol      re:
press  itself within  the narrow   circled
il,,. ni' epted soeiul     conventions,     m-
oi  more likely wns a line disregard lor
them. They tell     me of her beeoming
hysterical when the "Dentil ol N'elson'
was -uiil'. Why not?     tt'ns there ever
two  more  note<l  allinities  in   tho hi-'t-
orj  ui the world?     The ability i" de.
pict   those emotions was   the  proof of
lier histrionic talent, and ii she     Itud
evor  gone  upon   the  singe,   her  genius
would  have  added  anothei-  neme      ii»
the li-i of illustrious ICnglisli actresses
"As  I  am  fortunate     in resembling
my brave great  grandmother, and   ns
my  family      never  fails   to  assure  in,'
thai   I  have every     drop of her emotional   blood   in   my   veins,   I   shall    tlu
inv  unu,i-i   to try in shed lustre upou
the name of  \t-]>un  through  the  tne
\n I  with  letters from  the     English nobility   and escorted by one     of
i           ■  .   Mi-- Gerdu   the leading  Ixindon  managers,     .Mi^s
pirit: asserl    Volson duly presented herself ;ii     tho
leeling,   I'n--   Stuyvesanl  Theatre,     \ew York Cily.
-' • p  nml in,'!   the master genius of Ameri-
thai   « ■      n's  producing  stage,  David  Belasco.
ppearanci      Oilers of future engngemeiits      woro
rt.   In   made her Inn   Miss N'olson wanted   lo
I il'i   gel     !,, work    iminedintely.  Knowing
lhat   his brother  Frederick,  had   just
feel-   purchased  tho ffostorn  rights  of  "St.
Elmo,"   he   telegraphed:   "I  have      nu
"■•-' '     leal   , 'tress for your 'St.  Elmo' company ,"   "Send  hor on  at   inj   expense
nd «•■ will  '.ilk  business," ea    the
pplj  from S in Francisco.
II I) | i   h.'anlv   i-'        -i,
>  lhe lovely and trust-
Ediui   l  nl  in     St.
        i  i   i |
in   into   Iheii   In aii ,,f hearti
■
«j*^pr ar^wy iwaLtay
ft! ..ni:   'lh,,  Denth of
ly     Hamilton    showed nn-
ind, a-  ii  «as  lhe iin
n ti id gone  ',' the the-
■ hi-pM   great
 -     ..i  her
i.i-
U. S. Railroads
Ipp   nent
.
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Trout Lake Open
I naii Lake ii n iw opi .- |g i.
ind cornmei Wi di i nday
Wed-
i hi ri
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ng tin    lal I -.1 ni,
i|iiii
■  i   '     i City,
onni otlrig iwitl
i -      i Moi
Lard Kitchener Sails
i i    ovei   uli
.    ii his
lithip said
it that,
and I ha my thing   io itti nd
thai   I   i
Revelstoke Flour and Feed Store
Royal Standard Flour, Five Rose Flour, Hay,
Grain, Feed and Chicken Specialties,   Beans, Peas,
Barley, Breakfast Foods, Mayer's Celebrated English Horse and Cattle Foods and Medicines.
The Paget Supply Co'y
J. WILSON
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged and Improved.    First-Class in every respect.    All modern eonveniencen-
Large Sample Rooms.
Rates, $2.00 per day       Special Weekly Rates-
Revelstoke, B.C.
ORIENTAL HOTEL.
suitably   furnished   with  the  choicest the
market affords.     Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $1 a day.    Monthly rate.
J.   ALBEET     ST03STE     IFIROIP:.
Doyle and Allum, Ltd.
are disposing of their entire Stock at a
small advance on cost. It will pay you to
investigate their prices on Diamonds,
Jewelry, Cut  Glass,  Silverware,   Watches
Doyle and Allum, Limited
Your money
back if
Purity
Flour
does not prove entirely
satisfactory in the baking.
DS'TslmpI; huy flour from the dollar and cent side of It.   Duyhlgh-
'!'   tn cans Pt'RITY 1-I.nrK.   The Bratlltl    exl
1  • ;  ■ made up by tlir extra nmn! er of 1
hy 1 I n   ' m .] -, .. tm is ol flavoi and nour-
r    Ing Turky Flow     ■■■ Vou y, t large
i not i nil on ai 11 uni of Purll  '•nbnltytopi   .   , ■    -•   ;
nuti    enl an      ■ i m ol n "■ ng h ird wheal
, e from Fui i •    ' p and
M'l ■ ,M   '
MORE DREAD AND BETTER BREAD"
.■ y*3,
iw fi:o
■    in
V" SI   '
Purltyi ta little
mure than
but you'll ■
lll'lll worth the dl
■nine,
bear Uie Purity
■ ..irk.
MILLS CO., LIMITBD
I St, Boi II ii r. I     ' rich, Brandon IATUHDAY, APRIL 23, 1010.
THE MATL-HERAT/O, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Pap I
BUILD UP
REVELSTOKE
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Patronize
Local Industry
AT HOME
We c7WAIL-HERALD
has new type and printing machinery
Our stock gf printing papers is large and
well selected.
WE PRINT
Letterheads - Billheads - Cards
cTVlenus - Envelopes - Programs
Books and Booklets - Loose Leaf
cAccount 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
(lit Edison Theatre Monday Night I    Forest Fira Protection
Fn >m ;t -; iUoith i I ri nde b\ W . (7.
Gladwin, ■ hief lire «urden, i he f rest
I (ire protection -»m\ ire for thi
| ni IW ni-li i olumbin for I In - .-on
lilto, being pui ii lo effeiM bj i1 •■ provincial government through lhe de*
partmenl   uf ol   .vhirh i        Hon.
Price Kllisnn is chiel commissioner, is
un a nuich lai _''■!' aud mi > •■ • ll ■ lent
Roalu than ever before, A vote of 875f*
111)0 wait set aside foi if-
and the system adopted is as follows:
I ■ .   fi ,i  .'      uf iin iv fd
under ■    ■'  tin . .'*
Vai      , pro-
iil   dig-
as follows; ... I
■   I  I! -U     •  ! ■  ■   (
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oil I;    \   . I   I ■ ■',-■
lliir I, nml i
nays   tin
I hose  divi«icihs Hi'i1 ■ ■ by
. !
\ :■..,-'.   Rev-
;        | .   .,■,.
further      il ■    :- ■!      into
with  a   lire  warden   in     ■      _
|    The   coast   vvill   l* .-i
launches   io  h«-lp u-
oui    i   |irope    pa  ro
The   rinse ;   i
cleai ing  land 'i   ;■      .after
i which  persons ; • he
purpose   of   clearing   lands   i I
' | r.|-
nf  theii    ■     ri.'t  »r  beci    ■■      ible
to a  lin- nf from  >'•'»"  to >'.
S'nti ■     of a bu h be
■   ■ ted   lhn   luhoiii   l lie  pro1      i        i n-
,j
'.■,-■■
will  also  be ported.  Tl ■'
Corporation ofthe City,      i .1
"in   il - |     h.    -',. I ,,[
■■  from   desi ructioi    ■      ire.
VIVIKNXK    A.MIiKR    with   the
JUVENILIS  UOSTOV1 \ \s
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BY-LAW NO. 153 '11»' ■ Idol      ■ ;9
A bylaw to amend bylaw No. 8 being a 'mv,l,i!    '  ■••r--iiliir  pn\
bylaw providing for   the   levying   of an M •■■ ■■"■•■ rb
annual tax on dogs and bitches, ,of  lire  |	
The Municipal Councilot the Corpora- qujmnem!, ,,,.' .
,1   Ku\ -elstoke   enacts as
' t inn ol the i itv
iiii-se of their r|ut\
.
Canada and Her Forests
My
Ifollows: | dint rib ited  !.,   the ti
1. Paragraph One  (1) of bylaw num-'
i liur eigbt being a bylaw providing for tbe
levying of an annual   tax   on   ,1hl;s and
bitches is hereby   amended   by   striking
out the words after the   word "persons"
in the twelfth line of s;.i,l paragraph and
substituting therefor the following, "and     Wa
Ievery such owner  shall pay   for such li-  il,.,,  „ ,-.,,
cense the  sum  of  Three ($3.00   dollars  .,„..,      . .
foradogand   tbe   buui  of Five   S5.00) '" ''-'"  '■ re
dollars for a bitch." |  "iin-es in its    publi, ,„
2. This bylaw sball   come   intoforce turn  it-  raw   m  terials ,i
and   take   effect   immediately   after tbe ,.,.,,,!,,,.   ,- ,   ■
Bnal passing aud adoption tbeVeof bj the      ' lhe
councU '"'
Read a first time   the   13th day of were Pted   to  prohibil       1>„
April 1910.                                          "Port      of |>ul]                                ,.„
Read a second time the 13th day of lands    ■  . .      .                              to
Rea'd i'thi'rd time the   13th day of  '" '   '      ' oy-
April 1910,  and   passed   with the.ea lnto ''•'-     mulry.
unanimous consent of the Council. I    I'liere was  .,  1,m ,
Reconsidered and   finallj   passed  that was to establish fo.
trol ovei , a
thej  i-ould i I to thi   le-
preciation  of  ,',■,-. ,te   ,nd  alien       ei
I'he    i"",,:,- of the 1 ■ t,    Su-
a20-l
the Council the 13t.li day of April
1910.
(Sgd) J. II. HAMILTON,
Mayor.
(Sgd) BRUCE A. LAWSON
Notice to Creditors.
All persons having claims against tbe
estate ,»f Samuel 1511am Needbaui or
ak'ainsi the estate ,,f "i Emma Bury
Needbaui, both deceased, are requested
to file particulars ,,! the claim dulj v,-n
Bed with the administrator ofthe said
estate distribution «ill be made "I tin-
saiil estates regard U-ini: had t" tlu-
claims so filed.
Revelstoke, B. C ISth April 1910,
2w GILLAN s BLLIOTT,
CityClerk  .,-.   with  theii    lepleted for.
jusi   as  „ .u
c-onservution  of -
•''• "•' Some
■    and  binderies      art
.   of
l"1"'-     " ' ;  on
es, as I e of'
the      Iim    :
For Sale or Rent
Eighty acre rant-In1, aboul
livi- miles smith "f lb"
city, about loacree under
cultivation, ' Ine team of
hiir-rs. mower, boiler, rake,
plow, sleigh and «
:mil other fiinn iin|'l,-
I'l-rni- can be f>,r-
niahed on application  to
DOWNIE STREET
Revelstoke, B.C.
foi
ot
ok
the   n.n
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Son
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fm mn■!
■ ' lomed
Lbe
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ind  ac-
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ma
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Bill MO SIMMER
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D. LOZZI, -
To Trappers
Raw Furs Bought
Cash Prices Paid
P.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Furs.
TO   INVESTORS
.1 ymi wiutt ii iurt Invottmi
i    I  .,",[100111
The Ovor-L.ind   Fl
VANCOUVER,    n   o.
MINERS    WANTED   F r
0 li, Big Bond, Apply I . A.
ley.
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THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B- G
SATURDAY, Al'HII.
1010.
Ginghams
Dress Gingham very best makes-
stripes, checks and plain grounds.
Regular 15c. and 18c. lines. Now only
12Je- per yard.
Bleached Cotton
36 inches wide.   Special  prices 10c.
Victoria Lawns
Only a   few  pieces   left   at   10c.   per
yard.
Curtain Muslins
Tho usual discounts on water     and      -
light   accounts  will  be  allowed  up till   f
5. p.m. today.
In order to satisfy tin- demand from
Ii.l'., the mint ut Ottawa will coin sil-
Curtains and Madrasses. See us before
buying. Special nice lines. Prices—
15c. per yard up.
Boots and Shoes
Our stock extra large this season. We
are showing all the new styles. Prices
to suit any buyer.
Millinery
New and fashionable lines coming to
hand daily by express.
REID 6& YOUNG
.loll,
'I*.
w.
will   romine
tlm city an
i'in, the new city auditor,
re the quarterly audit of
>unts on Monday.
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
MARRIED—At tin- Baptist Parsonage, Revelstoke, b.v the Rev. W. P.
In.,', mm on Wednesday evening, April
20th., I'.UO, Ronald MacColl to Minnie
R ks, both of Arrowhead, B.C.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
i'..-.,,k your Rents early for the Juvenile  Bostonians,  .Monday  night.
The tax rate at Calgary (or this year
has been fixed ;u lS}i mills on the dollar.
Tbe local custom house reports excellent business for April, which is considerably our the average ior tbe month.
Tbe regular moutlily meeting of tbe
Ladies Hospital Guild will be held at tile
City Hall. Tuesday the 26th at 3:30 p.m.
Tlu- bill introduced into the Uritish
Commons seeking official recognition for
M.r. 24th as Empire Daj has been tbrown
out.
The Vancouver land boom ha- reached
its limit, and real estate deals, excepting
ior inside property, arc at a standstill for
the presenti
The new Mogul locomotive- for the C.
P. K. service on the Thompson ami Cas
cade divisions bave lieen pntintocom-
mission.
Tbe regular   inouthh  meeting ol
St- Peter's  Church   committee will take
place on Wednesday   next,  \]
thr Rector; at S p.m.
11. P. Cummin ■ has pul inotoi
delh ei i rig into
machine
l
A   publicii y   i   	
app,
v.
v. Iiii li will  1',-   ■
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PURITY  FLOUR
To those who have not yet given Purity Flour a trial we
would suggest you doing so if you wish to procure the best
as we absolutely guarantee every sack. Your money refunded if not just what we represent it to be.
TEA AND  COFFEE
We have a full stock of the leading lines in Teas and
Coffees and can offer you the best values on the market,
ranging in price from $1 per lb. to 3 lbs. for $1 as a special.
A. HOBSON. BAKER & GROCER
Your Insurance
Is  one. of  the   most   important  items
in your business
LET Kootenay Agencies* Ltd*
Look after this branch of your business
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, LTD.
Successors to Kincaid & Anderson
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Spring Tonics!
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$1.00 a Bottle
Prescription    i  Specialty
Bews' Drug Store
i
in/ it an in
: Vi"
end
\   lew i
tbel
Irfa, Ijeing lhe I i
■
ih honoi   -il
i'i.- ii i' iaii   has   been  com-
■ city light and power
wire  I,,,-ii-  broken down  between    tin-
powei h.  several
n   ige  ■       been caused
■ >wn 11, •'.-  ami  allow-
This
topped.
i with   a   1"1
ed     ,i'
■■■■■..„,n opposite the   Im-
.       ;,',"Oi     of
and
ItS es foi     ale
iterial
ire hair,
n
\,    "!-!   ••
ii ried on.
'I'l,- ,  ■ being
timing out,
well.    I r.^ii-xil ,,f being  woi k,-l
■ tbe 'li'l on
I
ben rn.,'I,-   ("i fi
'•" ore, Urge    -'in ha ue
|
ige.    Tlu-   ..-.fnt   ore
pure   lead,
pure sulphl lena,  I here  I
hard]] ,, ,, i , . ,,
The . om
..llll.
pplng
icltei
■:   .■ •'
of w-, ■ . ,.,;,.   ,,, ,|,,
old  rnt.-    f,f $f,   ,,,| i        ,„,|
•    i'i   n  tiny
,i, '"nil of Ifi  , daj
I ilno fn I n I "m.i
benefll ,,f the team owners nnd
pnblii I   mi ..    :,„.,   ,,    „(
work ii antii Ipated thi     . ,,   md thn
utiY.   been
'I' ■ ided upo ", of necafdty,
W. \V. l-'oster has relumed from a
business \isit to Ducks.
Mayor Hamilton bus returned from
u visit  to Wolaskiwin.
The Hon. P. W. Aylmer ol Kamloops
was a visitor to the city on Thursday.
.1. Lade has gone to Rossland and .1.
McDonald ..nd V. Lade will follow.
I'ctc Anderson o! the Silver Cup
mine, was a visitor in the cily tliia
week.
A. li. dates of the lmpeii.il Hank stall',
lias resigned fit.... the bank and will
rake up a ranch in Alberta.
Miss I-i. Paget returned on Thursday
from an extended visit to Calgary where
she has been the guest of Iter uncle Dean
Paget.
Miss Kathleen Anderson spent a few
weeks visiting JfrSi \. Blnckbcrg. Miss
\nde.son will join her father in Vancouver.
Having sold bis store al field J. D.
Oarlin, who has conducted business there
for 18 years, has gone to Victoria lo take-
up his resilience.
Ale.xi lira... bus sen. in his resignation us a lieutenant in !■'. Co., U. M.
I!.    Mr. ilrant     will probably   shortly
leave   ior   Kamloops.
George Stark has sold his hotel at WU-
nler, leased his hotel al Athiiliner. anil
has gone to Portland Canal lo look over
the mining situation there.
A. McCormick, who was managingtbe
Columbin Uiver Lumber Co.'s mill at
Golden, has gone lo Vancouver to take a
hand iu the management of tbe big
business of the Fraser Uiver Lumber Co.
at the coast.
Miss Villa Hall, ivho has been visiting
at the Methodist parsonage for the past
two weeks, left on Thursday's train No.
97 for Kamloops, where she expects to
spend a few days with Mr. and Mrs. T.
W. Hall, on her way to her home in
New Westminster.
A. Larson, superintendent of lhe Le
Roi mine, has moved to Vancouver,
where he will act as consulting engineer
for the company operating the Ikeda
mines at Queen Charlotte Islands, as
well as visit the Le Roi from time lo
time in the capacity of consulting ci I
gineer for this mine.
I). O. Lewis, formerly resident engin
eer for the Mountain and Shuswap Divi
siou of tbe CP.R. has been appointed to
charge of the location and construction
of the railway which D. Mann will build
from the head of Portland Canal. Mr
Lewis passed through to Vancouver on
Tuesdaj lust to begin this work.
Mr. and Mrs. 1-'. E, Sine were the
hosts at a very enjoyable whist tournament last night, ten tallies making up
the ..•imc. 'llu- fortunate prize winners
win- Mrs. (",. S. MeCarter, pair of brass
cm,lie Bticks; Miss Hyatt, brass photo
frame; Mr. P. hi. Gigot, cigar box; I'r.
Hamilton, paper knife and scissors. Very
dainty refreshments were served and
dancing concluded a most delightful
evening.
Business Locals
Dahlia      Bulbs—a    large variety    nt
Be'      Drug   Store.
\i.to     Step, safety razors al Bews
lii ig Store.
. I'ull   hn,-  ,,i   M' Kinley   llic,   music  at
Bi    , Drug Store.
k id&ka and Films,—a large stock al
i Unit;  Store.
• ,-i   in   ni,,   a sortroent ,,l Perrin'
high  'pi ih'.,  low  price     ut
M Intyre'
,l ,il,     Ball .     Moth   Bags,  Naptho
ind  '  imphoi   al   Hew      Drug
i:\I-III.Ij  lim 81     I" r.ni   iron.
M      I i .   1910:   •  room     Full plumb.
and     im naoe   Piano included in
,' u r tun     I.'.   .-I   "I '      i lenoral
t-,,11
NOTICE TO TEAMSTERS
Or. and after May 1st, I'.Hn.
ti mn Lire v. ill In- $7.00 per (Illy of
!) hours.
Revelstoke
Team Owners'
Association
SPRING COSTUMES
COME AND SEE THE NEW SHOWING OF AUTHENTIC FASHIONS
IN SPRING COSTUMES AND
PRINCESS DRESSES
Wc arc now ready to show you "what
is whal " in the latest styles for street wear
for Spring; nol whal was new last Fall,
Imi n hat is new now. Beautifully made,
handsomely trimmed, splendidly lined—
in every way up to the mark, and no two
alike.
We have the new colors, the new materials, the new
cut in Skirt and Coat. Come early while the assortment is
good. You can buy here as low now as you can elsewhere
later.
D. & A. CORSETS
Everyone knows this celebrated
Corset. They are the leaders, aud
arc up to the minute in style. We
have all the leading models. High
bust, long back, long hip, with lout-
good supporters attached.
Prices range from 50c. to $4.00.
You will find our numbers at $1.00,
$1.25 and $1.50 will be found to be
splendid values.
mz&
622
\ennaii.
GOOD GOODS.
P. O. Box 208
GROCER & BAKER
WHITE WEAR !
I'or Ladies and  Children—Cool .1.1,1 comfortable garments for  the
Spring  season arc to he found 111 tin- depart.i.e.it.      l.adies   Undei
wear that will merit ill a   jtreul   measure   praise by   wearers   fur  its
comfortable, col and good fitting qualities,    Thai i- the kind you can
obtain here.   Your Inspection Invited.
Seeding Time is Here ,
We have a lull line  of Garden and  Field Seeds  in
stuck.     Onion   .Sets,   Clover  and   Timothy,   Sweet
Peas. Nasturtium |and other needs in hulk, also a
quantity of Lawn Grass Seed.
G. W. Bell
Phone No. 23
Mrs. A. G. Crick,
First Street
SATURDAY  SPECIALS
Prunes. White Figs. Bleached Sultanas.—per lb. 10c.
Sago,   Tapioca,   Rice.   Barley-4 lbs. for 25 Cents
Order! Promptly Delivered*
McIntyre   & Son

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