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KEVELSTOKE, B. C. MAY 7, 1918
$2.50 Per Year
INTERIOR BAS£BALL
LEAGUE AT KAMLOOPS
KOOTENAYS' CHAMPION AT OTTAWA
Arranges Dates of Matches for Season.—Revelstoke Secures Victoria Day and Labor
Day.   Official Schedule.
Kamloops, B.C., May 4.—MinuteB of two managers aud that  home umpire
kneeling of li. C. Interior League held work behind  the plate.—Carried. Dick-
at Kamloops this date, present,     Mr. sou  dissenting.
Bast-man Vernon; Messrs. Frost and Moved Iiy Frost, seconded by Dick-
Mace, Kamloop-. Oollison, Dickson son thut each elm, di po it a ecrlitied
and Hamilton,  Revelstoke ihe.pue of $100.00     with the secretary
Dr.  Hamilton  was appointed score - by the opening date as a guarantee to
iary pro-tem. finish  the season, this  money  to      be
Mr. Eastman had authority to speak forfeited  to  ihe league in case of     a
for Kelowna and Btated Kelowna wish- team failing to complete the   season.
ed to enler  in.' league. This die,pie to  he returned at the end
Moved hy  Mr.  Frost, seconded     by of  thfl s a on to     all    clubs iullilling
Mr. Collison that     Mr.    Eastman he th. ir contracts.—Carried,
chairman.—Carried. Moved by Dickson, seconded by Mr.
Moved hy Mr. Frosi seconded by Mr Frost,  that  the lio.i;e  team  take   en-
Collison, that   name ot this league   be tire  gate receipts and visiting     learn
the B. C. Interior League.—Carried. pay  their own expenses and in event
Moved by Collison, seconded by Mr. of a postponed game, home team pay
Fro-i  thai  Mr,  Neil Murray be     ap - Ul" visiting teams expenses up  to one
pointed President of the league.—Car- hundred dollars.—Carried.
T\e(\. Moved by Fros: seconded by Dickson
Moved by Dickson, seconded by Mace 'hat horn,' team furnish at least    six
that K.C. McDonald of Vernon he ap- balls io be used at  discretion of um-
j.iinii.d   Vici President.—Carried.
Moved iy Frost, s onded by Mace,
ihat T. W. BradBhaw ol Revelstoke be
appoii -1 a- secretary of league.—
Carried. Mr, Bradshaw t.e be instructed tn get a box s ore with fi Iding
nnd bat tin s ■ agt uuel league standing after ea i • te, copies to he
forwarded to the various managers.
Mo. el i.y inc.; i mi seconded ley Frost
that the board of director- consist of
the pr.'-i.i. iii ci the diflerent clubs
clul . "iih power io appoint proxy,
place of meeting to be Sicamous.—
Cai ried.
Moved hv l'i ..son. seconded by Mace
that all i .!.''■- must le registered
n .lay-' previous to a game as
the town, except for the
lirst two games and ihat each manager shall he notified by thc secretary of
all registrations.—Carried.
Move! .. i ... .-.'ii. seconded by Mr.
Froe-t that the umpired be in sole
charge ol b ame, that be -hall have
authority ;o lunch or line players,
nol <■' ■■ ng five dollars, that this
fine mu-i I paid to secretary of the
leajup by | his club     l.cfore
said player can participate in another game. Fo iny infringement oi
tbis nil. by , n lub, .-aid cluh for-
i. ai       i':      -      ration of     three
minutes.   Carried.
Moved by Co li em seco ..led by Mace
that uni] ir--' be .i reed i;i on by     the
I ire.—Carried.
SCHEDULE.
Put this iu vour hat for reference:
May 14—Vernon at Kamloops.
May  15—Revelstoke at  Kelowna.
May 24—Kamloops at Kelowna.
May 2-1—Vernon at Revelsloke.
June '.'.—Revelstoke at Kamloops
Juno II—Kelowna at Vernon.
June 1-—Kelowna at Revelstoke.
June 12   Kamloops al Vernon.
June 18—Kamloops at Revelstoke.
.111112 IS—Vei non ai Kelowna.
June 23—Revelstoke at Kamloops.
June 26—Kelowna at  Vernon.
July I—Vernon at Kamloops.
July I—Revelstoke at  Kelowna.
July 'J—Kamloops at Revelstoke.
July 9—Kelowna at Vernon.
July  16—Kamloops at  Kelowna.
July 16—Revelstoke at V-mon.
July 24—Revelstoke at Kamloops.
July 24—Vernon at Kclowna.
July 30—Kelowna at Kamloops.
July 30—Vernon at  Hevelstoke.
Aug. il—Kamloops at  Vernon.
Aug. 6—Kelowna at Revelstokel
mi.;.  13—Vernon at Kamloop-.
Au-. 13—Revelstoke a|  Kelowna.
\u.-. JI- Kclowna at  Kamloops.
Aug. 21    lievelstoke at  Vernou.
Vug. 27—Kamloopa at  Kelowna.
Aug. 27—Vernon at  Revelstoke.
Sept. .1—Kamloops at  Revelstoke.
Sept. 3   Kclowna a    Vernon.
.EGULAR HiEETiNC
Revelstoke Park and Postolfice Considered.—
C. R. McDonald Appointed Secretary of
the Board.-Other Business.
R. F. GREEN, Member for Kootcnavs.
OTTAWA DELEGATES'
EXCELLENT
r i',urc of Revc 1 toke Park Assured.—New Post O/fice to
be Started S on.—-Dominion  Lands in Railway Belt
Open for Settlement Immediately.—Delegates Speak in
Highest Terms of Go-d Treatment Extended by Rj
F. Green, -JVI. P., and other B.C.. rJMembers.
There was a fair attendan ie a' the'
lioarel of Trade meeting la-t Thursday
evening.
President ('. ll. Hume occupied the
eliair. H.H. MeVity acted as secretary
The minutes of the picv.nu- meeting
were read and adopted.
Sonic correspondence with Mr, R.F.
Green, M.1J., wa- read by the secretary, and in regard to the matter of
the laying aside o,? a park area on ihe
top of Mount Revelstoke and aftei
much discussion as to tho delay in the
matter and the appropriation made by
the Provincial government, i: was
moved by Mr. McRae and mded bj
Mr. Hall, that these letters be again
brought up and read at ihe nest regular meeting uf ihe board.—Carried.
This motion was i ade In order    to
iillow sufficient time to elapse for Mr,
Green to g.^t some     decided     answer
from  the Minister of thu Interior   as
' to  whether thi- urea  was  to  be      set
I aside or not.
Th; name of Mr. O.W. Abrahamson
was then brought up for membership,
and on motion ni Mr. Kilpatrick and
Mr. McRae, a ballol was cast by ihe
ic re".iry aml Mr, Abrahamson was
duly elected a member.
An account for telegram sent to
La.lii'i regarding the shipment of tho
exhib'.t to the Lethbridge Dry Farm
ing ConjreBs was placed before th •
meeting by ths secretary mil or motion of Mr. Gibson and Kilpatrick,
the secretary was ins'truoted to take
the matter up with the superintendent
of the telegraph office here, and ai c
tain the mean'nj of the extra charge
regarding the telegram.
The resignation of Mr. MeVity as
secretary was then considered and
duly accepted, and it was moved by
Mr. Kilpatrick, seconded by Mr. Gibson, thai Mr. Chas Macdonald be appoint:'.! t.e the office of Becretary,     to
lill the vacanc   left by Mr. MeVity.
Mi. Mae 11 ..il 1 was elected unanimously.
.M.1..-1 i.v Mr. Kilpatrick seconded
tj Mr. Gib-ion, tbat a vote of thanks
bo given the retiring Be retary for the
work be has .1 me dm in; his term of
ulii' e.—Cai i led.
NEW  1 OSTOFFICB.
A discussion took place regarding
i;. ■ delay in making u e of I ie appro-
pi ia! on grant I by b ■ govi rn .. n-
for the erjci ion of    new-   governm nl
cil i    ;      ...i-  .1
■■;■! .1 that Bom   acl .. i should b ■ tak-
i n by th ■ boal I to plac i    • f ire     th i
t author! i ss  thi lr  liews  ,n    tha
. n   ii  was  '.hem. hi    hat     ai-
Minia.'M sho    I   i m  ta ten of tbi   ap -
pro] riatii n during the    pr ■■.■nt year,
and    be.'ore tlie time expired in which
. ■   a 'inn' i atii n  could  be  m 11"  us •
Cn mo Messi     Kil] itr.ck
; n.l  Ma  '..ii:'.'.!. the secretary  was in-
1 to wril , R.F ' ■ a. M.P.
re a I n. the .1 lay in g • t iis
ini'.'.ti r under     way and -   r ain
i'i. :n lii'i il . n si le   he causi     ■ the
delay in ma'  iim: us ■ of tl 'ia
tion.
I a u; 1:1  is   which   :'". ■   11.. ■ i   .   ::   -,   .
. urity Co., I.t I.   propi ie     for
the  purpose of     advel I      . lty
i' I " ;il ■ *tal ■ th ■..-  -.'.ill be handling
in   It ivelsto' e  wa-   pl  I •• I        ore     ibe
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i ut in th ■ print r- han is.   This
vertising matter was r ai to 1
ing  by the     -e-r t ,
and th   ■    a
set   ont were in  n   .! rue,
end cn motion of Mi r, I Mi
Fool -th Boal
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NEW DAIRY
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CENTRES
The marked increase ot interest in
tow tcsiiii.- i- on- of lhe good signs
ol the times. New associations arc
bein.' organised and now dairy record
centre* have been e tabllshed bhisyear
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CONTRACT    IS    I,K.r
ft nni| eg, Ua) tr -The ou-
l ia I we let today by the
Canadian Pacific Railway to
Kul. j . Wel h niiel Stewart for
Lhe construction of tbe Rogers
Pass il. ulile Irak tunnel thru'
the  Rocky  Mountains.
Th.s company will also
build seven miles of double
tracked approaches on eaeb
side of the tunnel, making a
totnl of 2fl miles of double
track, including the live milcB
of tunnel.
Four years will bo taken to
complete the work and the
cost will be between $1 'i.OOH,-
0(H) and *20.000,0<HI. It will
be nei'cssary to drive shaft- a
mile deep through the moiin-
I on .
This contracting concern
will probably bIbo build 2ii
miles of double track east of
Kamloops, B.O. anil 24 miles
milos  west  of  Revelsloke.
11| «, «"BUi[«![!lHBHB
at Alexandria and North Gower, Ont.
Shawville and Ste Hem-din-', Que.,
Bcot8burn,   N.S.,  nnd Sussex,   N'.B.
With a simple record system, there
is no valid reason why a dairy larmer
-hould harbor the type of cow that is
reluctant to pay her way: witb sys-
tematlc records of the yield of each
cow, be is In a position io build up a
Inr 1 in wbich ench individual pays a
good profit. To iiurea-e tbe profit
per to I mean-' io increase tbe Interesl iif farm life and the real joy oi
living. Would vmi not rather keep
cow- giving thirty dollars prolii than
those giving only "lie d liar profit ?
M U  re oid  fi r a*, we may remind our
a I r ,   tro -■ ill s ipi Iled iie''  mi ap-
III a i.iii   to    h      la i      ' o , ml    ioner,
n \ um letter whether
"i want forms .or keeping lally
weights or only thri-e days per month
Send im re. i,rei forms and in-ure your
-elf UL-alnsi the modem burglar cow,
that steals the .T. lit an.l the profit
made by the good cow.
The Central Association of German
Citizens of Jewish Faith, one of the
most important Hebrew associations
ni Germany, has definitely rejected
Zionism, in so far as this* movement
Irivrs for partie'iilarism, and it has
announced that the Hebrew citizen in
Germany is fir-t of all a Oei-man and
only secondly a Jew.
The deficit in ihe l)riti-h budget for
1!H3 will amount to $4n,00<>,0flfl while
In 1914, in order to meet tbe additions
tn ihe national armament it will be
necessary for the government to borrow $31)0,000,00* according to a lettor
io ihe Matin, by Senator Rmile Almond, w"ho has lieen appointed to
diiiw up the report of the budget com
mittee.
Mr. liaiid Gibbons, president of the
Cen ra Conservative Asso a-.ion, return 1 last Monday fro.n a boi.day
tilp ie, He and Alderman 11.
,1. McSorlej  who was also takin> au
:   trip vi .-. .1 Ottawa. Wh le in
ili • Fe leral >' i] ital th -..  tool!
: o tant mn ii"-  with tbi
on b half of the District Con-
\ ■-.     i  ion.   One  of      the
mo t   Important   matters to ;he citiz-
, i.s iii I  al   i ■■       wero
thro '.-h the eTort- of     our
membei  Mr. R. !•'. Green, M.I'.. in securing Mount Revelstoke as a     I'ark
Reserve.    An order-in- ouncil to   that
ciTee-i  having  alreadj    been  prepared,
and  ii   :-  confidently   expect .1 that  it
would li- passed this present week. At
the earliest possibli   late the necessary
legislation     will  bc bi ought  forward,
pla ing Mount  Revelstoke in the    Dominion Park Reserves.
What il means to Revelstoke the or-
n  may  not  exa-tly know
Park in thi re-
pan     iliM'     from     th- time
the     Park    i-    in luded   in thc   Do-
■. niuu p irk     Re     .   , all nee usary
fun ls f i ee i Is an l o her     lm-
,. au in aiiiuis will be
avail i
This is good news for Revelsloke as
resort it will put Revelstoke
in an e mnl footin_' wiih Hand and
other notable Canadian resorts. Tbe
Park will in. hid.- section! 0, 10. 11, 12
18, 14, 1' It, 21, 2?, 23, 21, 25 2(i,
27. 28. 33, 31, 3a and 36, Tonwsliip 24
r.an.-e 2, West of the sixih meridian.
Comprising som" 75CO acres.
NEW POSTOFFICE.
The delegates also went into the
matter of the new post office building
here. In this affair they wero eminently sue e-^ful having secured the
assurance of the Hon. Minister vf
Public Work-, tha'- the plans for this
publie building were now being prepared and thev hnd the Minister's as-
stiran s ihat the building would be
well under way  before next fall.
The new- post oSce building will be
a mon-ter structure a credit to tho
city and     will contain offices for the
customs department, Dominion lands
,;  ,ei.it iiei.t a- Well  a- other      Federal
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01 ENING   DOMINION   LANDS.
A.niii throu h ih' Influence of Mr.
Green ihe delegates were able to ob-
i . .: djfinlte informa ion r warding the
. '• i.i bhrow'.n: o.-.en ihe
D iiiii ii i i .ii s in lhe railway belt
for settlement. Such laiiels not con-
ta ilin j timber of corrrmeri Ial value.
In this connection ihe delegates were
a sured that with the next two weeks'
smh land- in the Revelstoke district
will be open for settlement. Notices
in ihat eflect I ein,' published.
Several other very Important matters in connection wuh Revi Istoke dis
trict   were-  tiiiit'ii      up  and    discussed.
Particulars' of which will bc announced s   a later dale.
It  is quite apparent that from lhe
above  iln-  Re?elstoke distiict  has an
able champion at  Ottawa in  the per-
iiii of Mr. K. K. Green, M.P.   Messrs
Gibbons     and    McSorley bave i.ccom-
' li 1 mor.' in a low .lays through
the influence n'. Mr. Green, more than
has be, a done in weeks by pi opie who
were nm in touch wiih the various
h .nl ni tbe departments, Mr. Gib -
Ion- al-o speaks in high terms of the
valuable assistance' rendered by Hon.
Mart in Burrell, Minister of Agriculture
He ulso speaks highly of the treatment he and Mr. McSorley received by
all the B.O. members and Mr. Green
in Particular, who through his prestige was able to secure interviews for
the delegules with the various heads
of the departments and enable them
lo accomplish in a few hours what
would hnve taken weeks without his
assistance. Mr Gibbons nlso spoke in
the highest terms of Hon. Mr. Gnrru-
thers, acting Minister of the Interior,
as well ns the Hon. Robert Rogers,
Minister of Public Work-, who is a
gentleman who has all the details of
his big department at his linger cuds.
Alderman McSorley is still visiting
in the east and will return next week.
The various public bodies thai have
helped in these matters should appreciate tbe excellent work don" in     the
iini .:
above  matters  by  our  member     Mr.
R.  F.  Grcn.
Mr. Gibbon- says that since the dos
nre was enforced in the House, things
are running smoothly and  they     ar.' (Sp    a
doing business fast.   Tho morning ses-      ^     " is    B. ( .,  May   '.     Bishop ,-'. '.-
tions were started the othei  dav    and   ward Ci today, a
it is fully expected the Bession will be   Bishop i'iid e wa Caa
ended by Juno 1st.                                  of th   Hudson Pay Coi
                         ee   days
Wedding Cell!
A pretty wedding was -olemni 1 In
St. Francis church on Thursday morning list at 10 o'clock, when Mr. Nicole Ginno, was married to Miss Enret
ta Arnalo. The groom was supj orted
by bis brother Mr. .\e.l Ginno. The
bridesmaid was Mis- Jean Cashato.
Little olivee Ca-baio made a dainty
flower girl, strewing sprays of fragrant hyacinths and tulips in the path
of the bride, who made a lovely pic
ture in her bridal robes, and earning
a bouquet of orange blossoms Tbo
e hiirili wa- decorated beau! Itully ...
the ii . mi- ion am.I crowded with the
(i i nl-' ni tic bi Ide and gro im. After
Ihe ceremony had been performed, by
Ra\ Fai her McKenzie, the we Iding
I arty wen. all conveyed in automobiles to the home of the bride's uiiele.
Mr. Long, where a splendid wedding
Ireakfast was iipread. A photograph
was taken of the tables and guests.
Mr. and Mrs. Araals are taking a
wedding trip to Nelson before settling
down in their new home on Railway
avenue.
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Sui i m   Coui     .    .,  .. y t0
obstruct  ju-ti'-e.
(Sp    a   to M il-Herald.)
I on.lon.      Maj Wo ■ aa   s   ■■■■
Bill  wa '  :■ fe ite I in l      ti ipeiial Parliament todaj ot 266 to 21'J
Fifty   Inii i.i.i ii a i ists  votin ; in
po-iiion to   h • m asure,
Promi r Asqu i b    ond mned an I
Edwar 1 Gre ■ defend  : the measure.
Bir Percy Girourd,     toi mi rly   Qov-
' an I     now
i ii •  nf  the     d Ai liisli   li -.
Whil wc th     fi     I .,iwn
shipleiiil lew   an i       I ■      :. .,1      Ne -,v
i.i .a Montreal.
Thc Mississippi River levee broke
la-'i week at Woodlawn, Mis ., near
Shippers' Landing, four miles north
ol M lyorsville. At a co i i vativi
Umate between 11,000 and 12,onu people will be made homeless as a re-nit
oi tho break. Tbe property lo-s w.ll
total several hundred thousand dollars.
Three Oreat Northern bridge carpenters are in the hospital in Grand
Forks as the result of an accident on
the line near Danville. Wash. They
are- John Snnlth, skull fracture J;
James Bladon, ribs broken; and 0*.tO
I!uchar<an, badly bruisod.
The annoiini-ement was mado last
week that GOO men and teams will be
put (o work at once on the Dnssano-
Swift Current cutoff. The completion
of this line will shorten tbe distance
between Calgary and Winnipeg by GO
miles and open up a number of new
towns.
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The publii   is again cordially Tj[
invited   to   bear the City Or- {£]
Cbestra   play al Manning's  to- W
nuht from  8 .'10 to 10:30.  Hoi ■
drink- and  Tees  served    with u\
dainty    refreshments. Oourte- g]
ous nnd prompt service  a-sur- 3
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THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, MAY Tth, 1913.
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For  Quick  Sale
House, Corner Second and McArthur, 50
Feet, Easy Terms  $2950
House,   modern,   Fifth   Street,    50  Feet,
Easy Terms  $3000
House, Corner Robson and Fourth Street,
50 Feet, Easy Terms  $2900
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
JOHN D, SIBBALD, PRES. J. 1>. SIBBALD, JR., Sue.
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EARLY SPRING GOODS
Consisting of every conceivable size and make of
Hats, Gloves, Shoes anel Underwear; also a most
extensive stock  o(  Neckiies of every  shade  ami
style.
We have also a specially fine assortment of samples
for our Spring Clothing Order Departmeet.
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Fit-Reform Clothing Stetson Hats        Foot-Rite Shoes
BUSINESS IS   GOOD
At the Busy McIntyre Corner
Beans, small, white, easy to cook, 3 lb. for  25c
Japan Rice, fin«*t, cooks soft 3 lb. for  25c
Stephen's Chow Pickles, per bottle  35c
Sliced Lemon Clint,r Peacheu, small tin  20c
John McIntyre ^ son
First Street.
GOODS Al.
Telephone No. 93
GOODS DELIVERED
Revelstoke M Market, Ltd,
SWIFT'S . . .
Blood and Bone     ]L
FERTILIZERS
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
Seeding Time
As the time I - tee ling hn ,-■
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When ••-   i irs leelinj  we u >• a
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They are tht best
Tel. 41
A    IIOHSON
Box 734
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED   1855
Record of Progress for Five Years—1906-1911
1906 1911
Capital        ....        « 8,000,000 * 4,000,000
Reserve 3,000.000 4,000,000
Deposits       ....        23.677,730 35,042,311
Loans and Investments         -      27.457.090 38,864,801
Total Assets        ■       -       -        33,090,192 48,237,284_
Has 83 Branohes In Canada, and Agenta and Corraspondents In all
the Prlnolpal cities In the World.
A OEMEHAL  BANKING  BUSINESS TRAMtAOTID
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Interest allowed at highest ourrent rate.
Revelatoke Branch, vv  H. PRATT, Manager
GOVERNMENT
AIDS THE
FAKMERS
Good Woik i' ne by Ihe  Provincial  Agricultural Dtp:.
The Department oi Agriculture han
taken prompt steps to make available
to the fruit growers and iarmers of tho
province the benefits whieh are provided under the legislation of last session.
.Not only has a provision been made
io permit a loan io co-operaivc companies of eighty per cent of iheir total
capital inn the 'department has gone
further and has arranged to place at
their disposal ibe servi os o£ an expert
wine will give them the benefit of his
long experknee. The appointment of
Mr, it. Robertson of Vancouver, will
give general satisfaction beeaus'a he is
generally credited not only with the
expert knov.1 dge but with the organ
i. in, ability as well to make asucue-ss
of any marketing i ro;>o=ition.
This bill, th' provisions of which
do not si em to be generally known, is
so drastic as to n.oiii a rather extended reference. Under it twenty-five or
more persons in any looal.iy may organize for  tho following  purposes:
taj Tin- manuCacturing of chees\i,
butter, eider, jams, pickles, ami spray
mixtures, and the drying and canning
of fruil an I vegetables;
ft,) Tl.e kee|i.n; of swine, and tbe
manufacture and tale oi the various
piodncis reault.ng therefrom;
(c) 'lh- dealing In poultry, oggs,
mil.i, .ream, and all other agricultural and horticultural products and in
supplies required by patrons of sueh
asKo iaiion;
'| (d) The dealing in flour, fee-d, fertilizers, -.pray materials, and their
acces ori B, nnd in foods 0f all kinds
for farm stuck, for the purpose oi sup
plying the same to thc patrons of this
asso .ation;
Iei 'lh- erection and maintenance
of a cold- tor i.e plant and the -nle of
ice; an.l
if, Keei- any purpose which may be
approved by the Minister having for
[ta object the development oi agriculture.
I i.evi-ion i' ina'.e that dairy asso-
ciation may by complying with cer-
lain conditions ome under the opera-
tion ee   i be ai t.
Th tonditio with which any such
asso .ei a must ■ omply as Bet out
as follow '
(a)   Th it   the distri t  within which
ii   proposes   to  operate  is  competent,
-pet, and     that
i .. \i . i  , i    tlie
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■     ng-on of its'   oper-
II on  which to    ereot
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hold a number <.f meetlngi n ths
'ikiiiii-nn Valley, rm i doubtlaea tbu
■ onfer. n< e ■ Mwn he|<l will rviiilt in
iohm dpfimtc (.inn    befog evolved
W" regard  the tfhote movi-m'tit.    ai
ft hifnlfleant  forwnrd  n(«.p    in  the    '
falopitlffii   Of   lh""   'ie operative     spirit
in Hrit.i h f'olmnliln.    Ily ii Dha people
of   the   whole  proTinoe   tbrOUgt       lli"ir
representatives come to the aid of the
cne Industry, which as Mr. H. A.
t-'tone points out in his article in this
issue, has received the least aid from
the fortunate circumstances in which
our people today are found.—Fruit &
Farm  Magazine.
INFLAMMATORY
RHEUMATISM
Completely Cured by GIN PILLS
Mr. W. O. Reid, of Hamilton. Ont.,
one of the best known and most lii;;hly
respected commercial travellers in
Canada, was a cripple from Rheumatism
and suffered terribly. GIN PILLS
cured him.    Mr. Reid writes as follows :
"I have been for the last two years a
cripple with Muscular and Inflammatory
Rheumatism, I tried almost everything
known to medical science to relieve tne
of the intense pain and inflammation.
I sou '.it ch lllgeof climate in Kentucky
and other Southern points without relief.
Your manager in this city recommended
GIN l'i!.Mi and I hnvesi'tce taken eight
bosesand am nov.- cured. I consider
C.iN Pii.l.S the conqueror of Rheumatism and Il.diicy Diseases."
C.'a.i rills is sold with n positive
guarantee to cure or money promptly
refunded. 50c. a box, 6 for J:;.50.
Sample free il you write National Drug
and Chemical "Co. of Canada, Limited,
Torou'.o. '*2
Befoie marriage he wants to kiss
ber lands, rnd after marria e he
gets tnjry if s: e leaves a thumb
' lint on the ta' le when she serves his
EOUp.
A Pail, With Water—
a Brush—and a Pkg. of
Alabastine
■\irH,Xi transform the ugliest walls into walla of beauty—of art
—of refinement.    Alabastine walls are pleasiuR
uk to the
most cultivated   tastes.   Anyone can apply
Alabastine by following the directions.   All
you need is a pail, with water, aud a flat
brush.   The rest is easy.    Alabastine, unlil;e
wall paper an ljlcalsomine, hardens, and beoni-M
part of the wall itself.     Alabastine sticks to thc wall
pei mai.ru! ly.  It is the only absolutely sanitary wall covering.
CHURCH'S!
COLD WATER £
AlAIVAMINE
tl'lhw»MH
A new coat can be applied without removing old one. Alabastine is made iu
white, and twenty-one charming tints.
Come in and get tlie Alabastine tint
book. We'll show you how really beautiful Alabastine is.
Nittir liftiitinr
Without I Mir
Ckuich mt Label
Mm*
FREE STENCILS
These free Stencils are worth from fiOc.
$1.00. They enable you to more beaut.
ifully decorate ymir home. Call
to
in for particulars.
cos
BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
First St, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
Plumbing Heating Tinsmithing
Special Attention l'aid to Mail Orders
Forty years i • to'to 21 years
tho fata-cla---. prescribe-1 and
r ^corttrnr ndsd by physioiins.
For Women'' Ailrn'-r.ts. Ooctor
Mario'8 Female Pills, at y»ur
clrujjp.ir.t
sgmz
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The 1 o'iee ha\e I,ten itmtruct A by
iho City Council to prosetute ail persons keeiiin: or harboring ft Doj; without ,i I.i -ense.
A To; that is no', worth paying a
License fnr ii worth nothing.
Dan Tasrs can be ,>(li.1 at the Police
Stui ion or City Otlices, up to May 15
After (hal  date action will he taken.
CITY   CLERK.
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<j> Imperial Bank of Canada
0 Hoad Office- Toronto, Ontario.
9 Capital Subscribed            - 6,000,000.00
I Capital Paid Up              -      - 6,770,00^.00
Jjj Reserve        .... 6,770,000.00
<•) Total Assets,        -       - $72,000,000.00
rt Branches or Ag»nt8 at all principle! points in Canada,
Y Agents   in   (treat   IM'ain   anil    United   Stale*    Lunil in,   KneJ.incl,
Y Lloyds Rank, Limited.   Chicago—First National  Hank,  Corn  Ex-
Q change National Itmk. Seattle—Seattlx National tiiuk.   San Fran-
cisco-Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank.   Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of $1 and upward,  received, and  inleresl   allowed  at
current rate from da'e of deposit.    Cot-rpspoiidence 8 licited
Revelstoke Branch   A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
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NOTICE
IN THB MATTER OF AM  APPLICATION for the Issue of a Duplicate
Certificate of Title lo Lots 3, 4, 5,
and c. Block 12. Revchtoke City,
Map 636.
NOTICE IS  HEREBY GIVEN   that
it  is my inten icn to issue at the expiation of cne month a'ter  the    flrst
publi a in : hereof a duplicate   of   the
ler iflcate of Title to the ahove mca-
!.on"d lot in th" nam.'of Alice Amelia
'■ t    ■   ■.   which     Certificate  is dated
h< Hth  'a    of February, 1912,   and
numbered 1"S37A.
Nelson il.e, AprlU5th, 1913.
S. R. ROE,
\;m   'th   lm. District Registrar.
NOTICE
LUTION   OP   PARTNERSHIP.
oticc is hi n'ley given hy thc
that    the     co-partner-
snip e- lating      lictween
lie'        name     and
thton    and     Tapping
oi i at  Revelstoke, B.C.,
ol    -d   by  mum-
Mr. Tapping retires from
-   knov Windsor
111   le''       on
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ible to    •!. 0.
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. . . It Mioht Be Cold. . .
IBTJT
It is always hot in the pluiiRO at Halcyon Hot Springs,
whose natural hot rnetlicinal waters are the most wonderful health restorer on the Continent- Our record of cures
of rheumatism and other chronic complaints is unequalled
and verified by our gratified patrons. Located among the
greatest scenery of Canada, easy of access,—the Sanitarium is luxuriously fitted and finished for comfort and
convenience of guests.
Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. BOYD, Proprietor,
Halcyon, Arrow Lakes
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JUST OPENED UP  UNDER  NEW   MANAGEMENT
The Kootenay Brewery
Manufacturing
ALE      PORTER      LAGER  BEER
A. COLARCH, PROP.
RtVCLSTOKE. B. C.
<^"—GIVE  US A  TRIAL ORDER~^^>
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next meeting ori tbe Board  erf  Ucen
.ntc     ' ',   mi   ion u    Ioi   ths     ''ity of
I'evl   lolM   to   lx:   held   in-xt   aft-1     the
(piration '.f thirty .inv   (rom     tba
ippHoatkm  will ba made
for p<rii,i   u.n  le. Laugbion and Tup
lillg    t'l ill      •■:     I .,    .leelen    I laAUgtltOB
•ef Rnvelttoke ibe botel Iteenao to sell
liquor by retail now bald by Lnujch -
"ii nnd 'i .pi in - ,n raapeot ol Mia
prarnlWa «t RaTelltoke known a>. tha
Vti-n/lotn Hotel.
Dated thia lal day ot Mnv, i!H3.
I.nni'hlon  and Tn|ipin(t.
pi>r ,i   Clayton Tapping!   '.>hn   c.
Lfaugbton st lis. May J lm.
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Have a Car of Fertilizer on Track.
Save money by buying direct from
Car ....
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Plumbers and Tinsmiths
Ropnlrn,    Hot Air and Furnace
work a Specialty
-WORK   SHOP—
Oonnaught Awe.   •    Rovelstoko
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer      Draying
Handling Pianos a Specialty-
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 7th. 1913.
THE MAIL-HERALD,REVELSTOKE
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PAGE THREE
J. B. Watson Realty Co.
Six Room Modern House, Corner of Robson Avenue
and Fourth Street _ $2800
Six Room Modern House, Fourth Street _ $2200
Eleven Room House,  Fourth Street,  near McKenzie
Avenue   - - $3000
100 Feet Seventh Street, near McKenzie Avenue..„ $1500
Store Building McKenzie Avenue for Rent.
Give in Your Listings if You Want a Quick Sale
J.B. Watson Realty Co.
W. H. HOROBIN, Manager.       Local Agency American Casually Co.
INTERESTING
SMOKING
STATISTICS
The Revelstoke Boot, Shoe and Harness
Repairing Department
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
MAKERS    OF    FINE    WELT    SHOES
The style, the workmanship and wear
And comfort born of every pair;
Of 20th Century welts that's sold
Will draw new trade, and hold the old.
A million surplus Maggies are willing
to  bear  the yoke,
And a woman  is  only  a  woman—but
a good eigar is a smoke.
So sings Mr. Kudyard Kipling,     as
"gray  clouds  co.ne   uuffiing  from  his
lips'," and such  was the sentiment oi
Herr  Stark,   the  German  misogynist,
who died in Berlin a lew    years ago,
proud to the last of his reputation as
a devotee of     "my Lady    Nicotine."
"During my long lifetime," he wrote,
shortly before he smoked his last Havana, "I estimate that 1 have smoked
over half a million cigars, an average
of more than twenly-iwo daily for six
ty  years.   1 have thus     enjoyed     ten
thousand  horns  of  such happiness    as
no  woman could ever have given me,
and  whii h  w.is  well worth the £0,000
Ithat     purchased  It.   Aly cigars    have
I been Ihe one sola'e and sweetener    of
I my life, and my only regret in leaving
I il is that  I cannot bring my record up
I io a million."
And     even   this amazing    feat was
quite thrown into eclipse by the aeh-
ivemeut   uf   Hnl'   -Villus,   an   Austrian,
[whose reco.'d verges on the in redible.
Krom the a.Mc o;  twenty-seven     Herr
Nanas kept an  exact account of     all
he bought anl     what he paid for it.
j Thus his account bojRs show  that in
j tWLiiiy seven years liiom twenty-seven
to titty-lour) he consumed 2S,7Su glas-
6 s  ui   I r—  Cj.uite  u  modest average
ui less than three glasses a day. From
| his Bfty-fourth birthday he abandoned
bis beer, but contrived to smoke more
lialf grammes of tobacco 'for an hour
and a half.
But such individual feats pale into
insignificance in contrast to the ag -
gregate records of smoking. Tho United Kingdom takes a very low place
in the national smoking list. The
Belgian, for example, smokes moro
than three times as much as tho Briton; for every pound of tobacco consumed in Great Britain and Ireland,
the German smokes li lbs., the Austrian li H>s., and the American 2{f
Its. And yet John Bull's devotion to
"sublime tobacco, which from east to
west, cheers the tar's labor or tho
Turkman's rest," is positively start -
ling when reduced to figures. Thus
it is .estimated that a pipe large enough to hold his annual supply of
his favorite weed would have a bowl
150 feet in diameter—large enough to
pool, and would rise 70 feet higher
than ihe London monument.
Tho tobaeco in it would require for
its transport a train of wagons long
.mii. li to reach from Waterloo to
Richmond; and to pay for it would
call for a cheque ol at least £18,000,-
OfiO—ns much nold as' two regiments
of soldiers would find a difficulty in
'■ai i.via.;. Towards ihis .olossal consumption it is said that the Bristol
district alone contributes sufficient
machine-made cigarettes every month
to girdle the earth at the Equator.
As for the world's consumption, ine
fgures are indeed sniggering. A modest estimate places it at 2,000,000,000
Its., a weight sufficient to allow a dis-
tiibiition of 1! i; s. to every man, wo
man and child now living on thu
earth.
weie giv
LADIES' DRESS SKIRTS
Another Shipment to hand of Spring
and Summer Styles in
Voiles,  Panama and Lustre
20 Per Cent. Discount for Cash
MRS. A. G. CRICK,   -   FIRST STREET
Laughton C&, Tapping, Props. First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
European Plan
Open Day and Night. - Meal Tickets, $6.00
MONTHLY BOARD
&^M
H. J. Ki&GF.LLY, Frcpriitcr.
Strictly First Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with Bath
Union   Hotel
JUST NBWI/V RKl'AIRED
RATES,      .      $1.50 PER DAY
Weekly nml monthly rates to lie arranged.        Meal Tickets, 21 meals for $6.00
FIRST STREET, HEVELSTOKE, B. C.
A. P. I.KVKSQUK, Proprietor
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably   furnished   with  the  choicest the
in irket affords.      Best Wines, Liquors and
Cl£r*rP     Ratf." $i a day.    Monthly rate.
J".   .AJLiBEIEtT     STOISTE      PROP.
onJ n.ore furiously, until, .vhen La
died, ir. hi~ sevtnty-third year, ba liad
censumi'd exactly 123,713 cigars, ui
tin >.b. .1 • number, it .- anii, 43,."eUJ
him; on ihe rest be ua-1
C.MIJ.      or
You ran talk about our civilization
ond our morals all you please, but it.
is the fear ol teiag found out that
beeps men and women straight.
i well:   gl , e a    u
speut  tb ■ e .u:.al. iu of
roughly, ., penny apiece. ,
Ass.imlng ihai .ah ilgar was only
tour . ii h s .on. tt-«y Acre probably
mu. ti Un.'re. ile'ii Nanas must have
n.i .. : to a has . □ a g ega.. cigar
little less than forty mites in- length,
and n.ust have sj.eni nearly ihiity-six
y.-.r- ei bis lit .n ih process! As
th.-m t.eo champions died ai the ages
oi ii.-hty an i se.tnty-two respectively, it .-e.'iii.s clear that excessive cigar-
sine.k.ny; i- no: necessarily a shortens):
oi liie.
Among ih' pipe-smoker the palm
'ini.s, be award d to a Dutch sailor,
named Bergen whose beast it is lhat
for the as. sixty ive years his vorac-
■ i. . (.owl bas . ■ . .ei ine English
ejui.al nt of a po nl o; ;oi acco
weekly, li re-juires no sMll in ariih-
ineti to dis o -I thai tbe " Dutch
I.i- .li- ipated  ia  -.'.o.m  more     than
111 i I..       Imn lu-.l ... ightS     of        lol.a  CO,
which i- almost  exactly     twentj
tin. a In- own  weight.
E . Ily remarkable are the teats ol
inlil -moking, which, however, have
little to ommend them in the way
ol ujoyment. li is io America that
we must go ».. ..n.l ihe "world's
champion cigarette Bmoker '—a hardy
Pole, v.ho, for a wa..'T. once.- reduced
thirty-two .jar ties to ashes before
the minute haul bad completed one
cir. iut ..; ihe elo k. Un another oc -
. a - i. form  ! a i at even more
remarkable in smo .iu- B round hund-
ie-,1 clgai .n ten minutes     undei
four   houis.   "And ..  ■..,'' the lnsati -
ahl c. timed, as ha Bung away
the last    i .nei'   "l  ihin; I will bav<
a ci. i
For a wager of 1,000 fr. a French
cabman, . ! .■ i C'hatai non, recently
undertook to smoke lK hundred strong
ci ars in iwo days. Un the flrst
t won y ii nn hours he had e.i pn ed of
fixty-»ix; and, after a two hour's rest
Conl ' . lh   .  all       \ i  o.
that by noon on tho following da; the
i . lul      cl  ar  was  I.inning
I i   lips
i t'.mul   in ■. pert .;> , are feats
ei. ■ ■'.     .vhi. Ii     London
has witns -i ,,,,' a few in recent
.years, but it i- to thc old city of
Brugei thai we must ko to sec this
dilatory art ut lt« best. Ever} evening ihe Brugsche Rookerscluh ( the
smoking club ol Bruges) has its' con-
tests, in which the members vie with
each other in an pflort to smoke the
smallest quantity oi tobaco in tho
lcnepst possible time.
Tho steward weie*hs out for each
competitor two and n half grammes'
of tobacco, which th" vice-president
packs careful.; into the rival pipes.
At a Mirnal all pipes aro lit and the
i'ont<-st begins, each man's objeot
leini; to kcop the fire in his bowl
alittht thc longest. As pipe after pipe
goes out the con'ost becomes moro
and moro intero-tinKi and the excitement reachoi its climax whon only
two competitors are loft. Ho expert1
have thee members of thc Rooker-club
become that it Is quite a usual thing
to k'-ep alivo  the flame in two and a
Causes Much Disease
Advice about Stomacli 'iVouljles
end bow to relieve them.
Di a'l d .-i ■ . i..',. mi. f - it
may lead to ::ii sorts ..: n... un i complication i. ...i emincnl ph; sician
ouce M.a.l tie'.i ain i..-.. /u per ci :n of
nil nis have' ini'ii' origiu ia a di*-
ordcrcd bi jmuuii.
i ea cxpoiieuco v.ii'.i Rexall Dys-
p pi ia i abli ts leads i • to believo
them to be one of tho most depi adublo
rcu.cdics known i.er indigestion and
iiiiiii.'' dyspepsia. Their ingi'odi-
ents aro i othing to tho iniliuncd
membranes of tho Btomach. Rich
in I'.iir-in and Bismuth, two of the
greatest digestive ;;iii- known to
medicine, tho relief they afford is
very prompt. Used persistently and
regularly for a short time', they tend
to relieve pains caused by stomach
disorders.
Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets holp
insure healthy appetite, aid digestion, and promote nutrition. As
evidence of oar faith in them, we' ask
you to try them at our risk. If ihey
dn not give entire satisfaction, we
will return the money you paid us
without question or formality. Three
size.-. _'.') ie.ais, all cents, and $1.00.
You can buy Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets
in this I'lep".' ..it-' nnly nl •i,ir st'iiv:
WALTER  BEWS.
Kevelstoke British Columbia
The jtofltt Ston
There is a Rexall Store in nearly every town
nud city in the United Suite:*, Cunudu and
Great Britain. There is a different Hcxnll
Kemedy for nearly every ordinary human ill —
eaoh especially dedgnea for tho particular ill
for which it is recommended.
The Rexall Stores are America's Greatest
Drug Stores
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Come and look at our Triangle Sad
Irons   JJH iranteetl for e\ • r
PJvICK    b LB. IRON, 53.90
A. G.  DUCK
Estimates (fiven free.
THE PLANS for cpooil pluillblUK differ
from the ordluarv kind. You may not
I e al iie to note the difference, bul every
•.onl   plumber known,   our   plans
include   Otllv   tiiateriuls that   will   j{ive
lasting satisfaction ami w rkmansblp
that will prove durable
No matter how Important or bow unimportant the Job mav be, We never
Slight any detail of PLUMBING WORK.
REVELSTOKE PLUMBING ANO HEATING CO.
8mmm*<dm
I quickly itdfU  coiiffhi,  cures colda, and  heals
the throat und lunai,        ||        ;;        25 cents.
Revelstoke Hardware Co., Ltd
See
the
Prices
SALE of DISHES
See
the
Prices
Pontraciva Silver-Grey   stock patterns
Cups <& Saucers Regular $3.00 Doz. This week $2.15
3.00    "              " 2.10
2.50    "             " 1.55
2.00    "              " 1.00
2.50    "             " 1.70
2.00    "              " 1.25
1.50   "             " .90
.65    "             " .45
.50   "             " .30
.75    "             " .55
1.50   "             " 1.15
.40    "            " .25
97-piece Set of Above, Regular £22 50,  This Week. $14.50
These Dishes are Semi-Porcelain, and   the   pattern   is
guaranteed not to rub off.
SEE   OUR   CENTER   WINDOW
Revelstoke Hardware Company, lid.
Dealers in Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Paints, Oils, C8.C.
Agents for Minerva Paints and Oxford Ranges.
8 in.    Plates
6 in.
5 in.
7in. Large Soups
Oatmeals
Fruit Saucers
Gravy Boats
Cream Jugs
Covered Sugars
Vegetable Dishes
Water Jugs
^O<KW<HK><KH><K)^<H>O<KK><KK><>0<p
I $
£ THREE    HUNDRED 9
$ Men's Suits,—latest European £
r and American models, $20 to g
i $40. Every shade, every style V
9 and every pattern,by the lead- $
r ing makers,Coppley,Noyes CBl- g
$ Randall, the  House  of Kob-
X berlin and the famous Society $
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j Brand, now  being displayed jf
£ by McRae Mercantile Co., the g
9 home of good clothes.     ... 9
60-0-0
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Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros.
Props.
First-Class in all
respects.
All Modern
Conveniences
RATES, $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Rates
REVELSTOKE. li. C.
iMltSi^.^!lii
SAILING EVERY TUESDAY  FROM
MONTREAL QUEBEC LIVERFCOL
New S.S. Laurentic.(15.000 Tons)..New S.S. MegantlC
First-Class—$92.50-      Second   $53.76.     Third   $82.50
S. S. Teutonic
582 feet lonjf.
Twin Screw
Steamers
S. S. Canada
514 feet long.
Only One Class Cabin dl) $50.00 and Up
and Third Class $31.25 and Up, Carried
For Sailings, Illustrated Booklets, etc.. apply to
COMPANY'S   OFFICES
619 SECOND AVENUE, NEAR CHERRY ST., SEATTLE
C. P. R. Ticket Agent, Revelstoki;
Read "Mail-Herald" SALES AND WANTS for Snaps
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THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY. MAY 7th, 1913.
Klsto^Oo
ELECTRIC  STOVE and TOASTER Combined
This Day Only $2 65
Electric Iron
A Chance of a Lifetime.    Regular $5  Iron, this day
only $3-50
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ELECTRIC WASHING MACHINES . .   $75.00
ELECTRIC VACUUM CLEANERS   . . $35 up.
C i   C     (<l"(  "1 ' 14*11 'i'|"l|N     I °''- °l the Iiiii'iior Ball' League meet
.it Kamloops, also ihe;   published
11 .r .al   -. hi-dule   for   the  C0min»  season,   A   perusal  of    same    will     show
chat   Itevelstoke has been specially fa-
'\oied tn  thai it  lias secured a match
P'  HI.I.«HKD   tt > i 1 v |-<'. \ %    vmi
JllCCli.
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with an outside team fur Victoria day
and  Labor day.   Any  town worthy of
ihe name is always proud ai its baseball 1 am and wu feel sure that ReveA-
1 >..->• will not l.c lacking in this re-
ect.    Everyone should     cancel     a'l
othji .11 agementa for May 24th,   and
Local  Reading Notices ;,n.l Business  stay a< home and by your presenoe at
lo-al* 10 cents per line each Insertion,   the baseball    match    between Vernon
ium local ad charge 23 cents.       .nl  Uevelstoie encourage the     local
I   :■ Lsements 25 cents per|u'am.   The home team are all picked
in'.'h ea'.'li insertion, Bingle colu:i n.
j    K.  .TOHNSuN,  Manairer.
HM I'll   0.   BORHTl in     (Oditm
ADVERTISING   HATES.
LEG \I. AND OFFICIAL
ADVERTISING.
mm  who  will  be made  known to   tbe
Idle throuj h tins paper in the w ar
r ■ an i  ii   ma ?  be depende I  upon
«  i given good account of them
Lega    .       -in: ol anv form, also B-1, ;il      ''■' ""■
and Muni.-ii.al Notices 12     ' '■ "':' ancel all other en
nsertioa    an.l     i\& May  2 Ith and  take ir
pei  line   sul.se u nt    insertions, ' '  Match.
a iow.r..- 1 ' lines -o thc in b.
In   bis pa er the llieh School
APPl I - L'quor "censes $5.   „ , ;ht bylaws ^ ,,
as for Transfer ot  liquo enettt ol the ratepayei
i ild  : '.nl   them
■   to the besl
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•   that sho
from the  Mas oi
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•ing not .,„  M,,v __   .
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Land  j> :icha? ' notl es,
v.   ter  A] Noiil
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sary warmth, under the provision ot
section 10 of the Forests Act. shall
(ll clear away all inflammable material for a distanca of three fe^t in
,every direction from thc edge of said
Are and (2| shall totally extinguish
-aid Are before leaving the place.1'
In connection wiih the Department's
policy toward campers and travellers,
linseed oil the text "don't start a forest liie,'' notices will again this1 season be conspicuously displayed through
out the forest ar a3 pouting out
i '.ainly to eaih one who reads that
he may make certain that he has had
no part in Mttinj in motion a devastating con ajraticn by thj observance of six Eimple and easily remem
bered  rules o." common sense:
"He sure your mat.h is oul before
j o.i throw it away.
"Knock out your pipe ashes or
throw your cigar or cigarette* stump
where  there is nothing to catch tire.
"Don't build a camp fire ang larger
than is absolutely necessary), and nev-
ii leave it, even for a short, time, with
out extinguishing it with water or
earth.
■ Hunt build a camp lire any larger
tree or log; build a small one where
you can scrape away the needles, leav-
is and  grass from all sides of it.
"Don't build bonfires; ihe wind may
come up a: any time and start a fire
you cannot control.
"If yo.i discover a lire pui it out
if possible; if you can't get word of
it to the nearest Fores: Ranger or
Fire Warden &s ij.uic.vL as you pos-
t'ibly can."
Regulations were also adopted to
have for..' hi- season In coi nectio.i
with the operation of donney eugines,
now an esta lisiljd nrc.-'s.ty of lb J
iiei.ljin logg-.n/j .a.up. Tfli.se ie,ula-
t,..n-, io , are bri f and businessilo-e,
as hereunder:
"Engines—Kvery donkey et.gins and
locomotive must be equipped with an
e.iieien. Kj-artf arrester aud with de-
vi.-.s which wil pre.eni the es.aps of
fire from ash-pans and fire-boxes.
"Ashed an.i ci.a.3—Ash-pauS and
r.rc-ieoxes must be emp.ied while lo-
ComotivcS a e in motion. Ashes and
i oils ia en .ro .i ashpans and fire-
Loxes of '.cn.,nti e an.l elon.ey en-
ginas must be im.e,.'iai ly extinguished with water or pl iced iu a sate pit
. r on :i spot  ol bare ground.
" Fire-fighting-tools—  Kvery   donkey
engine and  locomotive must  be   pro-
vidi'd with a sufficient -upply of wat-
. . an 1 wi b a pump capable of forcing
water ton h..!i:   of twenty-five feet,
150 feet  of ho.-e. -i.x 10-quart buckets,
six  shovels,    ihree axes,    three    mat-
;. :ks all  lo  be in  good repair for lire
■ ng purpos is.
'Snags   All     dead trees and snags,
. any donkey engiiv.'
ai  work mus ed.
'Wat  bmai     A    ,'..i    bn,an   must     bu
rj  donkey engine
Iui inu' th.- in.on  hour    and
,'ions have ceas-
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matter ol the Reveletoke rink
a 'i be gratifying f.,r tbe
.,■ '       Board e,f Tind'
Mt the   be e,rnipinii   ,,
nt 'ii' .1 i •! final-
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FOREST
BOARD FIRE
REGULATIONS
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of clearing   ,la»h    wherever     ich  work
■ ,     o lx   lone ■.,  the agi
■.ml  alio re enacted tbe
>       ■   M ,y  20  last      with  r"Hp<v <   '.,
I on-i      De f-ary   in     hi     IM   ol
loot tin. for tho comfort    of
travelled    nt F6i  th* Repartition     ol
ie othT words, 'amp lired. It
il therefore again pmferibed that—
"any pCrlOn who during the period
!''wvn May I nrrd Octobei I eti out
int oamp fire for thc pnrpoM ol i'"1
paring   food Or  for      obtaining  BAM
Three Valley Wc
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NEW SPRING GOODS
Ladies Tweed Skirts
Ladies 1-piece Dresses
Ladies' Suits
Only a few Suits left to clear at
Special Prices.
in  White    Lawn,   and   Muslins.
Regular $4 and $5.     Your choice
for $2.00
White Wash Skirts
Prices $1.75 to S2.50.
Women's Spring Hosiery
Women's   White Underwear.
Ladies' SSouse Dresses
Re?. $4, $3, ?3 -ti clear at $2.00.
Millinery!
Millinery
Spring Wash Coods
0 ;r  stock  Never Bitter.    Prices
marked down from 40c. and 35c.
Now 25c.
Millinery
We are keeping in touch with
the Eastern Market.     You can
depend upon the latest styles,
L
& YOUNG
ome Portraiture
Jl. Douglas To urn r
T/l3 T U2in   n Sti.li)
Those who (ind it inconvenient to fjet round to ilie photo-
gripher's, can have a first-c ass portrait tnken at home, in
almost anv >tyle, and with unique and pleasing effects.
Drop a card or ca'l in al the TRUEMAN STUDIO and an
appo mm *nt will at once In m de.    Exter ors also taken.
ssrmfwss^sBNi^i^^iMt'ieaakBssi
School Baseball
Ths    public   school bafeetall league
tarts out  cn Tuesday  May  13th anil
closes June 20th.
These games will be played every
Tuesday and Friday at 1:30p.m.
All hoys playing in tbis league are
lequested to hand in their money(lSo)
to their e-ai t:iins by  .Saturday.
Tbe following is the schedule in Ihe
names of the captains of tho teams:
Baton vs. Lee, May 12th.
Goodwin vs.  I.angheed, Mny Kith.
i oodwin vs. Lee, May 2Hth.
Laughead vs. Baton, May 23rd.
Lee vs.  Laugbeed, May 27th.
Goodwin v.s. Baton, May '10th.
Eati n  vs.  I.e.-,  June 3rd.
Goi Iwin vs.  Laugbeed,  .'nun tith.
■ i.> n vs. I.. •. June 10th.
> .1    !.    1 vi    Bat n. .luup 13th.
1. i ..oi he-,-1,  June 17th.
Iwin   .  .   Ii:   on,  Jun' 30th   .
CANADA'S OEST
Hi jh GKis.s Decorator
Painting and Paper Hanging
KALSOMIMNG. STAINING, VARNISHING, tTC.
Residence   ■  Victoria Road
BOX    354
Estimates Given Free on Application.
TIRED?
THEN A CUP OF
"BEL.L.  BLEND TEA"
will refresh you with its bright, spicy
H ivor anl ir.inr.iucy. Slid iu I lb.
lead p ic'*,ie;es.
Price, 35c., 40c. and 50c."per lb.
G. W. BELL
P. O.  Box 208
GROCER  & BAKER
Phone No. 23
IN  USE 40 Y£«RS
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:,e- i material nud  llie   liesl
i -.kill  thai  moni-y are  in   i m
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The I
. |.i'.[K-li(-<i hn« i^n launebfld al
Mktdlesborougb. Thf Tynemount, ru
Ibe net)   ■•■ ie&, will be dri t
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fm wMcb is generated by two oil '-n
glues   The ihip ii controlled by ele«
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fe I on*, 12J feet wMe and 19 feot,
deep,
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M, Kl  ■'.'• Ave .   P«-erN''ele.   H   C.
id.wl inii i  md r.i't'>.\. Toronto, Out.
Phone, 262
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Announcement
This is of Interest to You!
Tlie Canadian Uume Investment Uotnpanv,
Lid., the oldest and largest (."> )Bveprroent
In.in company in Oanada lias appointed a
resident agcnl in Itevelstoke who will ba
pleased to explain whereby this estaUlsbed
Uompan) are makings per cent, loans to iis
Contract Hnldei-af om Coast to Coast.
you wish to mn,i) t
VOU HAVK A M litTli 10B AT A HKiHKIt RATBf
Villi WANT TO MAKK A BAPB INVlvSTMKM '
THBN INVB8TIOATK THH i;. II. I. C.   SYSTEM   TO-DAY.
J. B   Watson & Co.   . Hesident Agents.
Revelstoke, B. C.
Thc Canadian  Home Investment Co.
I.l M I TH I>
He nl (iniee |',,,i(|,. Budding, Sucnnil Floor, Vancouver, B.C.
Branchrs Throughout Canada.
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"WEDNESDAY. MAY 7th, 1913.
THEIMAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
TAGE FIVE
During This Month There
Wi.l b^Plenty of Bargains Displayed in This
Store, Watch for Them
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. &. J4ume # Co.. £imited
Watch Our Windows for
Special Lines and Bargains During This Month
Look at Price Tickets.
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Ladies Kitchen Aprons
Just the real thing for household work.
All the pood styles in good washing percales, ginghams and prints, from the
common apron to the more elaborate all-
over apron ....
50c. to $1.50 Each.
House Dresses
Good quality percale, nice style, good
washing materials
$1.90 Each
Ladles Spring Hose
New Spring Hose for Ladies and Children, in blacks, tans and colored, in all
sizes. We have a special line 3 pairs for
11.00 or        .....
35c. Per Pair
MEET ME AT HUME'S
" Rest Room," Second floor up—take
the Elevator. There are plenty of
nice, comfortable chairs, writing table
and telephone.     C. B. Hume  <&> Co.,
Limited, provide them for the use of
the public.    You can get a good view
of MacKenzie Ave. from the window
while you wait for me.
MEET ME AT HUME'S
Women's Rain Coats
By a lucky purchase we have a dozen
Women's English Rainproof Coats, the
real Pourenella; a mannish coat with
Raglan sleeve, tan and lawn colors.
These are $20 coats. They po on sale
Thursday morning at
$10.00   Each
D. and A. Corset
A Special in Corsets on sale these days
—the celebrated "D. & A." New, long
model,made of white coutile, well bound.
Any size, at ... .
$1.00 Each
Small Boys Wash Suits
In good, strong Galatea,  etc.,  any size,
white and colors, at
$1.90 Per Suit.
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Furnishing Department
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Negligee Skirts
New soft collar shirts and lounge shirts, either with
detachable or attached collars—the newest in patterns and designs: soft self colored patterns, in
greys, tans, champagnes, whites and blues, white
zephyrs, and self hair lines; hair lines in blue, black
and mauve: solid colors in many shades. We have
them in wool, taffeta, silk, zephyrs and prints, and at
prices which are convincing.
^
$ 1.25 to $3.50 Each
SANDALS
Barefoot Sandal season is upon us and
as usual we are prepared to give you
exactly what you want. Soft, flexible
soles, double stitched all the way round
the sole—can't rip. Keep them in
mind.
Sizes, 4 to 7, at
Sizes, 8 to 10, at
Sizes, I to 2. at
$1.00
$1.25
$1.50
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Friday and Saturday Bargains
CHILDREN'S FELT HATS-A genuine snap for those who
who know. All colors—blue, red, brown, green and
heather, in soft shapes; values up to $1.25. Now on
sale for two days only at the one price for all
55c. Each
BOYS' SUITS-Boys' STRAIGHT KNICKER Suits in sizes
from 28 to 33. They are all the famous "Lion Brand"
and are made up of some of the best values in the store.
Far two days only the price will be
$3.35 Per Suit
Bargain Day Goods will not be sent out on approval.
Oun Grocery and Crockery^ Department
The Best Medicine on Earth ior Colds
JOHNSTON'S FLUID BEEF, (16 ounce Bottles)
BOVRIL, 4 ounce bottles,        ...
BOVRIL,  2 ounce bottles,
$1.00
65c
35C
A Large  and Well Assorted List of Pickles
Crosse & Blackwell's Walnut, pts. 35c qts. 65c
Mixed pts. 35c qts. 65c
Chow-Chow pts. 35c qts. 65c
Gerkins pts. 35c qts. 65c
White onions pts. 35c qts. 65c
Imp. Relish pte, 35c	
Oriental pts. 15c	
Sweet pickles pta. 40c	
Swan Bean Chow-Chow and Mixed	
 20 ounce bottles, 35c
Victoria Cross Chow-Chow and Mixed 35c
Heinze's Sweet Sauce and Chow-Chow and
Indian Relish in Bottles.
Gillard's Relish, Chutneys, Pin Money Pickles
Steven's White Onions, Mixed-,  Chow-Chow,
Walnuts and Gerkina.
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SEEDS
Flower Seeds, in bulk and in packages.
Vegetable Seed
Lawn Grass Seed "
Lawn Clover Seed	
Timothy, Red Clover, in bulk and in packages.
Sweet Pea Seed in the best varieties.
SEEDS
M ifr ,{1 {I llllll ill Ji iji ijl ill ill ifr tf $ it'$*'t"t' fr '1' 'I' it' 't' 'll Ji ill iji ill ell ill ell Ji ip ill
I Specials For Friday and Saturday I
Y   Mixed Pickles, pint bottles     20c
Roast Beef, Roast Mutton, Boiled Mutton, 2 lb. tins     30c
1 lb. tins     20c
> flt ifr ^ ili i|t fl ifr ili i|i ifr -ii ft fr i|i i|i i|i i|i i^ t|i i|t t|t $1 .fr ifr fr fl ifr ifr ■!■ ili ili <t' 'I' $«!' *
House Furnishing Department
Reduction Sale on .Carpet Squares still on. Do not wait but buy now.
VERANDAH SCREENS—Something everyone requires. They will
keep out the sun and at the same time let the air in. We have them in all
Sizes and colors.
WALL PAPER—We carry a complete stock and can please every taste.
We also handle Beds, Mattresses, Comforters, Pillows, Curtain Shades, Curtain Rods, Linoleum, Carpet Sweepers.   Goods and Prices are Right.
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THE MAIL-HERALD REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, MAY 7th, 1913.
dMropES
The Symbol of Clean-cut
Modern Manhood
By making shaving so easy, the Gillette
Safety Razor has done much to develop the
typical man of to-day — that strong,
aggressive, successful Individual who scorns
to disguise his features with a beard or to
appear with an unkempt stubble on cheek
or chin.
Shaving with the Gillette takes but three
refreshing minutes. You waste no time honing or
stropping—or fuming in the barber's waiting row. The
Gillette makes home shaving so easy and luxurious
that it is no more a task, but an agreeable incident ln
the morning toilet.
There are nearly 40 Gillette styles from which to
choose. Standard Sets, like the illustration, cost
S5.00 -Pocket Editions $5.00 to $6.00—Combination
Sets, with brush, soap and other toilet articles, run
fr m $6.50 up. From the assortment which your
Hardware Dealer, Druggist or Jeweler can show ycu,
buy a Gillette—you'll enjoy it.
News in Brief
Km mul Notice liiia licou given by
ie-'i;lentn of the community known an
South Port Goorgo, of their desire,
wiih tin' approval of Hi* Honor bhe
I.ii uien:uii-(.ioveruor-iu-('ouncll, to In
corporate as a city municipality the
ana- of lho propoBod new city, being
all lands lying wiihin Lots 'j;i3 uud
931,    an! no 'district.
pire Commissioner   Lindbaoh,     has
issued  i lie following circular:     " Tho
first quarter of  LUIS, like tho one last
I year, puts nin  firo Ihs-.ms in Manitoba
up to tin' half million mark, or J4S3,-
M
ely,   Winnipeg,  si.ll,2U'2;    tho
GILLETTE SAFETY RAZOR CO
OF CANADA, LIMITED
Ol I 1CB \Nl> FACTORY I
Thc New (iillettc Building,
MONTREAL.
-«fette^
n i 0i ih.' province $327,645, the only
difference being that tliis year Winni-
pog lee sen an' $104,804 less, while ont-
ide the eiiy the io»sen are increased
hj .<17*.t.:, ir»."
According in a despatch from St.
Petersburg, the Russian government
l:as made a domand for the reeull of
American Ambassador Curtis Qulldflt
i aid thai Uie ambassador bas secur-
ed iwn months' leave' nf absence from
tli.' American government. The am-
I assador, ii is asserted, is charged
wiih having exceeded hi- Instructions
in connociion with the negotiations
tor a renewal of the Russian-American
treaty. I
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A swarm nf bees teceutly held up a
railway tlain at Empangent, Natal.
Tho bees ton's possession of thc railwaj 'cation shortly before the arrival
of a nan ami drove away all the
station officials, most ni whon'. were'
lailly -iiin,-. as well as a crowd of
waiting pass ngers, including the chief
magistrate of i he eli-'iri t. The train
I:.id io be pull d ii|> 200 yauds away
from i li • Biai ion, and Lho , as- ngers
and mails dlsehargi d in a ; i>liug.
Presid m; I tarry Trai: .lu li nn o.'
ihe Unlvi rsitj . f ('In a o a.i ■'' ca e i
dropping tli' freshman year from tin
eolle :■• em rie ilium. I tu advi n ed this
opinion i ecently in an address on e on
omy in edit ation '■■ Ei i a general *es-
-inu of ihe twenty-fifth conference of
academie land high -<-li..»>!- held at the
univer itj. Profus.-'or Judson a sei li d
thai   iii" flrst    year   of the co leg ate'
oursi ■■■■ '■ ■ t ■ ar • Ij .n .1 ipli -
i at ion of sei i.n.lary bi an lies ti ■ be
valuable.
III.:..  Dr,   ttochi    Mini tei   of  ihe  Irr
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Olyml ie fn
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IS NOT A VERY EASY THING,
lniL every' saving person cau hold at
leasl a Binull part ol ii il he wishes to.
We have smite earth on our hands that
we would like to dispone of, fine residential plots thai are sure to advance in
value in the near future.
Call nl our, li'uv antl  let  us tell you
aboul Keuana Subdivision,
KOOTENAY AGEINCIES.Ltd.
A. E. Kincaid, Mi
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0. D. N. WILKIH
PROVINCIAL  LAND  SURVEYOR
OFFICE
LAWRENCE    HARDWARE  BLOOK
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
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The  Hand That Moves The
Lever Saves 16 2-3 Per Cent,
of Your Coal Bill
Kcrc is the opportunity for the housewife to
deal the high cost < ;uestion a  hard jolt
ut any effort on her ;
The way is to make sure that her new range is
controlled by a   Gu-.
1 ton cf coal in every 6 burned in an ordinary
Thc Economizer is to the stove what the control eir automobile. Without
control nc
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qui oven.    Various fo
k form.
It al     . '■■ :    -,' is ovr:'
may hav i
goin iie ;   u ci n have tl t in a
few minute: by a
Ifyou possess a Gurney-Oxford your advantages
are innumerable. Divided Flue means h
for every hoi -rove.   The  New Special
Grate guard; the lowest fire.   The Broiler exposes
everj* inch cf the coals.
These features are exclusively "Gurney-Oxford.''
It will furnish your kitchen handsomely it
will do your work adequately.
Revelstoke
Hardware Co., Ltd.
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W.   H.   WAI,LACK,   M.B.O.S.A.
A R O II I T E O T
Box 205, Telephone 313. Revelaloke
IIARVE\ ,  McCARTER
ANU  PINKHAM
Ti;irrlta,.rrn.   Poi let tor it,   KtC
Imperial  Hank  Building  Uev.)-
•tok«, B. O.
Mniiev to Load.
OfflcM—Rev»lgtok«,    ll.   0„     »»<l
Cranhrook,  11.   O.
fieri. 8. McCiirter.
,.  M.  riukharu, .T. A.  llttvt;
Reveletoke, Cmnliiook
COURT     MT.      BEGBIE,   No.  U(l
OF I. O.  K.
Meeta in I. O O. F. Hall next to
Tapping's Opera House every second
ind fourth Monilnv in month. Vi^lt-
inef  l.rethrrn  cordially   welcomed.
H.  V.  MORGAN, C.  R.
WM.   8.   CAMERON,   Rcc.-Rsc.
SELKIRK     LODGE 12.  1. O. U. F.
M.'et. every TlmrHday evening ln
Selkirk Mall tit. 8 o'clock. Viaitlng
brethren  cordially invited
C. NORTH, N. G.
JAS   MATHIE, Sec.
KOOTENAY     LODGE,  No.
aud A. M.
il A.   W
Regular     meeting nre beld ir  BIAS
MIC TEMPLE      Oddfellows'     Hnll
on the Thir.I Monday in each month
m.      Vieitinn brethren       are
ally  welcome.
J. HI HAMILTON, W. M.
A. G. BROOKER, Secretary.
n,  v.. o   W.
in View Camp, No. Ht.
eete   ■■'•■ • • •. I    and      Fourth  Wednesdays    in   >-arli   month  in    Selkirk
HaU,      Vi.itlntr  Woodmen  are
cordially  invited to attend
IAMBS   MiINTYRB,  O.O.
H. W. EDWARDS. Clerk.
REVELSTOKE LOTAL ORDER
MOOSE No.  1081
Meete     e-.erv  lirst  and  third TueB-
'A7    tn iwi    HaU.      Vleltlng
rethern  cordially  invited to attend.
B. Dl rtator,
H.   T.    He ary.
BEWS   DRUG  STORK
Brownie's $1 to $4.00
Folding Brownie's $3 to $12
Kodaks $IDto$G5
Winter or Summer
You Can Kodak
BEWS  The ^^Otil Store
L. E.GRIFFITHS
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To r i vi in-
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Thi   will be ih" r.-ist.
ental train nn the conttneni   i   It expected thai the i ompan /  A'iil u- ai,i«
to make lhi I time for the win.i
m-i mile i be o it illation Le
bawd on an average gpeed ol fifty
mile" nn hour for rn'iny hours with
twelve bouri allnwi-d for Htops
FKUIT  AND  ORNAMENTAL
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by en art |U«r
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LANDSCAPE GARDENING
8t   WHAT TO  PLANT"
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FRASER
lyALkEY
IIURSERIESUP
IV KIOIARD M'COMH.GFNI MGR
IlBOX A ALDERGROVE.B.C.
Grain and
Office :
Cumming's Transfer Co.'y
Second  Street
G. W. HALL,
Manager
Wi*v*KM:srMaBixjV'jmKW!k}aTn'm:^vv,'
Howson C& Co., Ltd.
Furniture, Carpets and Linoleum at Eastern Prices, Freight
codded.
Howson C& Co., Ltd.
FCTaravnrmavjiiM.'s-.-e.'.'jg xi.isma -
IJIMiHAMS   MT'SIC    STOkl']
MCKENZIE  AVE. Revelstoke.        -        Phone 2G2.
H. 0.
BEPRE8K.NTAT1V1C
I nl:
MUSICAL   INSTRUMENTS  OF   AI,I,   KINDS
EVERYTHING    IN   MISH"
Tnke advantage of an exceptional opportunity, Cull at BINCHAM'., MUSIC
STORE .ui'l inspect ilu- l.iriee stork of Mandollno8. Violins, Cuiturs, Aocortl-
eons, Piccolos, Flutes, Multi-Flutes, Harmonicas, Sheet Music, Albums,
Plnycr Piano Rol's, Sill. Piano Drapes, Etc, Si 11 im: at Eastern Prices
Edison Phonographs and Victor Cramophoncs with Cood Stook ol Hocordb
Also J.sn Edison Wax Records selling at 40c. t" clear. (Usual price, 65c). Ask
for Catalogue of the New Edison Blue Seal Un'ircnkablo Records.
Come Early and Get First Choice.
Piano Tuning and Repairs a Specialty.
WHITE PEOPLE
Be reasonable! Don't send vour hard-earned money
to China! Remember, we are here to do your work and
we employ local white labor only. Be progressive, and
have your washing clone by the West Kootenay Steam
Laundry.    Regular collector and delivery service.
WEST KOOTENAY STEAM LAUNDRY
Phone 80 EARL BARRACLOUGH, Manager.
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.
Manufacturers of Aerated Waters
WINES
LIQUORS
CIGARS
Agents for Calgary Beer I
WEDNESDAY, MAY 7th, 11113.
THE MAIL-HERALD,  REVELSTOKE
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DEPARTMENT  OF
WORKS.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
NOTICE TO  CONTRACTORS
Steel Bridge) Thompson River, Lyttou,
II.  0.,  t'fo Ue lluilt Alongside Present Structuro)
Substructure ami Erection ot
Superstructure.
Sealed Tenders, superscribed "Ton-
Jer tor Substructure and Erection ot
Superstructure! Thompson River
Eridge, Lytton, D.C," will bo received by ihe lion, the Minister ot Public Works up to 12 o'clock noon Wednesday, the 7th duy ot May, l'JiS, for
tbe complete substructure und erec
tion of superstructure ot a bridgo ao-
ross the Thompson River at Lytlon,
13.  0.
Drawings, specifications, contract,
and forms of tender can be seen at
the otlices of the Government Agents,
Ashcroft, New Westminster,V ancouver, and nt ihe otlice of tl.o I'ublic
Works Engineer, Parliament uuildings
Victoria.
Intending tenderers can, by apply -
iDg lo llie undersigned, obtain ono
copy of ihe drawings nnd one copy
•of the specifications for the sum of
twenty-live dollars  ($25).
Much tender must be accompanied
by an accept d lank cheque or certificate of deposit on a chartered
bank of Canada, made payable to the
Hon. the Minister of Public Works,
for the sum ol (1,000, which shall bo
forfeited if the party tendering decline
to enter intee contract when called
upon to do so. The cheques or certificates of deposit of unsuccessful tend-
rcrs will be return d to them upon
the executiou of the contract.
The successful tenderer -hall furthermore furnish an accepted bank cheque
i or certificate of deposit on a charter*
ed banU ee: Canada, trade payavlo to
tbe I Ion. ih.- Minlsti r i f Public
Worl.-. :or ibe -um of one thousand
dollars for the due fulfilment of thfl
contract.
Tenders will not be considered unless
made out on the f.iims supplied, sie;n-
ed with  ihe actual signature of   the
tenderer, and cn losed in tho envelop-
b furnished.
Tbe lowest or any tender not neces
-.ii ly accepted.
J. E. GRIFFITH,
Public Works Engineer
Department of Public Works,
Victoria. B.C., March 26th, 1913.       I
Concreto Arch,  Thompson River, Lytton, B.C. (To Be Built Alongside Present  Structure).
Alternative Design.
Sealed Tenders, superscribed "Tench is for a Concrete Arch across tho
Thompson River, Lytton, B.C.," will
bo received by the Hon. the Minister
of Public Works up to 12 o'clock noon ,
Wednesday, the 7th day of May, 1913,'
for the complete strticturo across the
Thompson Uiver at Lytton, B.O.
Drawings, specilications, contract,
and forms of tender cun lie seen at
lho offices of the Government Agents,
Ashcroft, New Westminstor, Vancouver, and at tho ollico of the I'ublic
Works Engineer, Parliament buildings
Victoria.
Intending tenderers enn, by applying to the undersigned, obtain one
copy of the drawings, nnd ono
copy of ihe specification) for the sum
of   twenly-llvo  dollars  ($25).
Bach tender must bo accompanied
I y an accepted bank cheque or ccrilfl-
e.iie of deposit on a chartered bank of
Canada, made payable to tho Hon.
the Minister of I'ublic Works, for the
sum of $1,000, which shall be forfeited
If the party tendering decline to enter
into contract when called upon to do
so. The cholines or certificates of de-
I osit of unsuccessful tenderers will be
returned lo them upon the execution
of tho contract.
The successful tenderer shall furthermore furnish an accepted bank cheque
or certilicate of deposit 0n a chartered
l.nnk of Canada, made payable to the
Hon. the Minister of Public Works for
lhe sum of one thousand dollars for
the due fulfilment ot the contract
Tenders  will   not   he  considered   un
Iss mado out on  the forms supplied,
Coloration of the City
of Revelstoke
BY-LAW No.
i By-Law to enable ihe   Corporation
of tbc ('ity oi Uevelstoke to raise
by way of debentures the sum of
Twenty Thousand Dollar^ for the
purposes of the Board of School
Trustees of the City of Revelstoke
WHEREAS     the
ii-   There shall  bo levied and raised quired to make  up  the. amount of tho
in each year     during   t-ho currency of unnuul interest  and sinking fund up-
ihe saul debentures the sum of Eleven cn the debl hereby created is nil;
Hundred  Dollars for the payment   of Be it therefore enacted by tho Oor-
dnterost and Une Hundred and Thirty- j.oration of tho Oity of Revelstoko as
Oue Dollars for  ihe     payment of tho follows:
said deul  under     the said dobenturos 1.   The sum of     Fifteen    Thousand
by   a   special  rate sufficient      therefor Dollars or so much Ihereof as shall be
on all tho ratable real pioperty in tho necessary shall lue expended in improv-
Mii.l  Municipality. ing und extending  the     water supply
7. It shall be lawful for the Muni- system and electric light system of
'ipal Council of the said Municipality the said City audit .ha,I be lawful
to repurchase any of the said debeut- 'for the Mayor of lhe said Corpora -
ires ii| on such iurras a8 may |,(, ftg„ tion of the City of Revelstok* to bor-
r ud up( n with the legal holder or row un thu credit ,,i the said City
holders thereof either at the lime of I nd on the uecuritj of the rales and
■'"' or at any subsequent timo and charges hy way of debentures herein-
all debentures so repurchased shall bo after mentioned  from any  person
adopted  by the Council on the  _^»
day of May. 1913.
Mayor
 a -«
City Clerk.
Trustees of  ibe
forthwith cancelled or destroyed and
no reissue ol debentures shall be mado
in con r iluiii-c of such repurchase.
S.   lu ihis By-Law the word ''Municipality1' shall be di I lo   extend
to and   Include all   territory  and  pro-
Hoard of School  perty comprised within the Revelstoko
City   of    Rovelstoke ;■,, i  District and all such property
hav,' m pursuanse o.' the powers con Bhall  he liable to assessment bet-sun-
ferred on them by the Publio Schools (i,,. aS provided by the Public SchoolB
be prepared and
or
persons, body or bodies, corporate wh,,
may bo willing to advance tho same,
ibe sum nm exceeding in the whole
the sum ,,f $15,000.00 an.l to cause all
such sums so raised to he pai'd Into
.he hand-1 of the Treasurer of the said
Oity for ihu purposes and with the
objects hereinbefore recited.
2. 11 shall he lawful im the Mayor
to cause any number of debentures to
be made uxecutcd and issued for such
uiii in sum- as may be required for
Him purposes and objects aforesaid not
exceeding lho sum of 815,1100.00; Bach
of said debentures being ol the de-
all    purposes   us   tho     "Revelstoke nomination "f $1,000.00 and all   Buch
■ School Board) Loan By-Law No  debentures shall  ic  sealed with     the
Seal of the Corporation of the Oity nl
'Ihis  By-Law      shall   before  tho   Uevelstoke and signed by the     Mayor
AND   WHEREAS   the  -aid   .siimaie   inai  passing thereof     receive  the as -  and  Olerk  ihereof.
provided tor the erection and equipping seni of the electors according to   the     •'*•   The.'aid   debentures    shall     bo
of    a     new     -cbool building part  of  pro'.'1 "ions' if and   n  tha  manner prc-
scribed by ihe Municipal Act.
Re i I  a  firsl   lime  the  2nd day      of
"day, 1913
Read ., second time the
May, 11)13.
TAKE NOTICE that thc above ia u.
true copy of the By-Law upon which
the vole of lhe Municipality will be!
taken in the City Hall, corner of Second Street and McKenzie Avenuo,
Revelstoke, B.C., on Thursday, May*
22od, 1913, between the hours of 9 ts-
ra. and 7 p.m.
W. A. CORDON,
A, ling Clerk for the Municipal Council!
May ('.th, 1913.
i.^. ov   » a.
o0~-~     I ^-S._
Act, etuis,',! to be prepared and laid
before ihe .Municipal Council ol ih.i
Corporation of tho City of Revelatoke
a detailed estimate of the sums required to meet special or extraordinary expen es winch may he' legally Incurred by the Hoard, and such estimate' has been considered and finally ap- 1913.
proved by the Council; 11.
act.
9. This Hy Law if passed shall lake
■ e-i and come in o force on and af-
, i   the  2nd day  of  .lune,  1913.
1   .    Th.s   Ily I aW   may   be   citc.l   for
Block numbered Six between Second
and Third -tic. ts ami between Garden
Avenue nnd Governmenl Street, Rev-
el toke, B.C., and tbc acquisition of a
pari of said Block for a sile for such
.-• hool building;
ANU WHEREAS
to
Read a third time the 2nd day     of
meet the e\pen-   May,  1913, and passed with the unan-
dated the 2nd day of June, r.i 13 and
shall be made payable in lifty years
Irom the -aid date in lawful money of
Canada at tli.- ollice of ilie Molsons
2nd day of Bank at Revitlstoke, aforesaid, which
I place of payment  shall be designate I
-i. ned with  the actual signature     of  pltura ftB pl*ovi U'1' ''V saU estimate it   Imous consent ,,l  ibe Council
ihe  tenderer, and inclosed in the envelopes furnished.
The lowest  or any tender not necessarily accepted.
.1. E. GRIFFITH,
Public Works Engineer
Department of Public Works,
Victoria, HC. 2i;th March, 1913.
1  a wk. to Ap. 30.
 lesBary   thai    the
-hould raise the -'.mi of
AND     WHEREAS it
by  said debentures and shall have at-
taehed  to them  coupons for the paymenl  of Interest and tbe signature of
Municipality     Received the assent of     the electors the coupons     may be either written,
'u.uou; the   day of May, 1913, printed, stamped or lithographed,
  deemed ex-     Reconsidered     adopted  and    finally     4.   The snid     debentures -hall Inai
pi .li. nt. to raise upon lhe credit ofthe   pas*ed by the Council the  day interest al the rate of 5J i>. -r- centum
Municipality the sum of $20,0110.00- for  of May. 1918, per     annum   from    thc date thereof,
school purposes ns aforesaid; which  interest  shall   bo  payable  -.•ini-
AND    WHEREAS  lhe lotal amount  annually al  the office  of  the Molsons
required to be raised annually by speo- Mayor. ^^^ Revelstoke aforesaid, in law-
ial rate for paying the suid debt   and        t'll  money of Canada on the  1st day
Cily Clerk   °' Jllne ;t"d 1st  day  of December re-
■HSra-l?.1!-; av j
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5<W
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SYNOPSIS   OF COAL MIKING
REGULATIONS.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Steel Bridge, Thompson River, Lytton
B.   C, tTo De   Duilt Alongside Die-.nt Structurei
Superstructure Metal.
Sealed Tnders, superscribed "Ten-
■ler for Manufacture and Delivery of
Superstructure Meal, Bridge at Lytton, B.C.," will be re eived by the
Hon. ihe Minister oi I'ublic Works up
to 12 o'eloek noon Wednesday, the Tth
day of May, 1913, for thc manufacture
and delivery f.o.b. >ars at Lytton, B.
c, the steel superstructure of a
bridge acriss the Tho.npson River at
I.y i ion. I
Drawings, specification <, ■ ontract,
and forms of tender ean be seen at
thc offices of the Covernimnt Agents,
Ashcroft, New Westminster, Vancouver, and at the office of the Publio
Works Engineer, Parliament Build I
ings,  Vi .'toria.
Intending tenderers can, by apply -
ing to the undersized, obtain one
e opy of the drawings nnd one copy
of the spe, ideations for the sum of
twenty-five dollars ($25).
Each tender must bo a-eompanied
by an accepted bank chonuc or certificate of deposit on a chartered bank of
Canada, made payable to the Hon.
tbe Minister of Public Works, for the
-um of $1,000, which sliall be forfeited
ii the party tendering decline' to enter
inlo contract when called upon lo do
so. The die |Ues or certificates of deposit of unsuccessful tenderers will be
returned lo them upon tbe execution
of ihe contract.
The successful tenderer shall furthermore furnish an accepted bnnk cheque
or certificate of depoBlt on a charter-1
ed bank of Cannda, made payable to
the Hon. the Minister of Public Works
for the sum of ono thousand dollars
for the due fulfilment of thn contract.
Tenders will not be considered un •
Its* made out on tho form* supplied,
signed with the nrlunl signature of
the tenderer, nnd enclosed in Ihe envelopes furnished.
Th> lowest or any tender not necessarily acrcpted,
J. E. GRIFFITH,
Public Works Engineer
Department  of Public Works,
Victoria, B.C., 2Cth Maroh, 1913.
Coal mining rights of the Dominion
n Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Al-
•ertd. the Yukon Territory, ihe
North-west Territories and in a portion of the Province of British Columbia, may be 1. .is-.1 tar a term of
i wenty-one yeurs ut an anuual rental of $1 nn acre. Not mure than
2.SGQ acres will be leased to one applicant.
Application for lean., must be made
iy the applicant In person to the
\geut or Sub-Agent <>! the district
n which the rights applied for nre
■Hunted,
The lease will include tbe coal mia-
:ng rights only, but tbe lessee may
ee permitted to purcbass whatever
available surface rights may be considered necessary fur tbe working of
the mine at the rate of $10.00 an
acre.
ln surveyed territory the laud must
be described by sectious. or legal
sub-divisioni of sectious, and ln un-
surveyed territory the tract applied
for shall be staked out ny tbe ap -
plicant  himself.
interest thereon and for creating a
sinking fund for to Pay 'I"' -'aid principal debt within Fifty years is for
interest siiou.00 and for sinking fund
$131.00 maving a to'.al of $1*81.00;
AM) WHEREAS the amount of the
whole ratable land wiihin ihe' Municipality Including ihe territory comprised within ihe- Revelstoke School
District for s hool purposes according
to the last revised assessment roll is
$] ,681,1)73.00:
Now THEREFORE tbe Muni, ipal
Council ni the Corporation of the
City of Uevelstoke in open meeting assembled • n.i It as follows:
1.    It   -ball  be lawful  for  the Mayor
of the Corporation of the City of
Revelstoke for the purpose afori aid,
and h<- is hereby authorised, io bor-
i iw mi the rn lii i,: ih.- Municipality
i y way of debentures hereinafter mentioned, from any person, persons, firm
' :. or bodies corporate, who may
!•■ willing to advance the same as a
loan, a sum of m. ney. nol ei '--.ling
in the whole the sum of Twenty Thou- >
Dollars and to cans- all such
sums so rais.-d or received to be paid
imo thc hands of the Treasurer of the
-pe,-lively in each and every year dur-
TAKE NOTICK that the above is a
irue opy of the By-Law upon which
the vote of the Muni'ipality will be
ta-.cn in ihe City Hall, corner of Sec-
i : 1 Street and McKenzie Avenue,
oke, B.C., on Thursday, May
22nd, 1913, between the hours of 11 a.
in and 7 p.m.
W.  A. GORDON,
Acting Clerk for (be Muni ipal Council
Muy Oth, 1913.
ing the curi-cn y thereol and it shall
I e expressed in said debentures and
i oupons to be so i ayable.
5. It shall be lawful for tbe said
Mayor to negotiate nnd sell said de -
debenture? or any of them for less
than par.
ii. For ihe payment of the said
debt there -hall I.e set a-idc and with
drawn in each year during ihe currency of the -iiii debentures from the annual current revenue of-the Muni-ipality as derived from said water and
electric lighl rates and charges the
sum of $'>X.25, and sin h sum shall bc
transferred from the annual current
revenue accounl and be paid into a
special account to form ;l -inking fund
for the purpose mentioned herein.
7. For the purpo e of paying the
inior.-t   on    -'ai 1     debentures as the
a ne becomes due and payable there
II  be set   aside  an 1   withdrawn      in
 Ch year from the annual current reft   n          1   i    ,                      venue of  the  Municipality as  derived
01 rlfcJVGiStOKG       fron the s"'*watw ■■"l ,,lo"i'llghl
! rates and charges the sum of $885.00,
LADIES WHO LUNCH
here after shopping find it an ideal
resting place. 1 bey cm enjoy themselves thoroughly without !• eling called
up 'ii to order an elaborate luncheon
unless tbey chouse.
THE TEA
AT THIS  RESTAURANT
is the kind that women love. It is made
just right, just strong enough or weak
enough. Come in and enjoy a cap the
next lime you arc in this ueighborhl  *l.
WINDSOR    CAFE
A. 11.   I I.l VKI80N  Mm kger.
SMYTHE'S
Plymouth Rocks
EGGS FPR HUG
DARRKD    ROCKS  	
Exhibition   Strain    $5.9t
PARTP.1DC.1,    ROCKS  	
exhibition  Strain   JS.0«
WHITE    ROCKS  	
Exhibition   Strain   {3.0s
I I IF    ROCKS 	
Exhibition    Strain  13.00
Sec  ..d Pen Datred Rocks  UM
(Per Setting of IJ Eggs)
My Barred White Bufl Rocks bave won
wherever     shown   at both l'lovincial
.-bows I  won   Six Prizes       :       :
Corporation of itn Cily f:i
STOCK FOR SALE.
ROY   SMYTHE
REVELSTOKE
el.i   h
shall    be
e um lit    I
transferred irom
venue of ihe ac-
Poration of the City of Revelstoke BY-LAW No tb- annual     ^^^^^^^^^^^
for the  puipose .,-,,r -aid and     with 'count of sin.I City and be paid into a
"ei  h?re'nh?for.' recited. WHI-.'HKAS    the    Municipal  Council special  accounl   for such  purpose   and
-•   '*   1*11 be lawful for the Mayor o." the     Corporation of   thc   City of to be disbursed when and as the     in-
ol the said Corporation ief the City oi Revelstoke deem it necessary and ex- stalments of interesl become due.
'" ce   ■   .n.   aumbei     ,,i pedient in the interests of the City oi S.   Dur'n; Ibe currency of said   do-
ir.-' to be    made exo uied and Revelatoke that the present water sup- bentures said rat-- and charges to the
IMUM foi  su.-h sum or -urns „p   may | ly   system and electric    liK'hi   system extent aforesaid shall  noi  form    part
I-  required for the purpose and    on- of the -a;d city should be Improved of the annual revenue of the Munici-
Jeet afoi   a.d noi  exceed nh- however, and extended; pality,
todU.TSTi wtob^nTfJl^-"" Uf Twen,y..Th0U-«rf ' »• AMD WHBRKAS to defray the costs ,.   [« ihal, „, ,BWful fl, ,hc Mm,.
funded  if the rights applied for    are
not available    hut  not otherwise.   A'nnd „„ 0, whi, „ (lctl(,nl,„-,,„ „ha„    ,,„ whi,.h the 0ottnci] ot said Corporation debentures al  such price or prices   as I
royaty     shall    be paid on tbe mer- ,  ,,, , (1 H,th  u,„  „.ft,  of (he            n_ ^       ^ ^ ^ ^ I
chantahle output  of the mine at th. j ,Joo  of th,. (,ty  o(  |{, ^^     ^  ^ ^^ ^^ ( q  ^    ^ ^ , ^ ^ J J^ ^ ^ ;
rate oi ave cents per ron.                    .j^ ,,y ,,„. Mayor un, rli |k ^^ aJrf tharw< tthicll .„.,   |lu,ri.ilnic ;l,„i .,,, debenture    ,, repurchased shall be
Tbe person operating the mine shall |    3.   Th- said debenture*  shall     bear enforceable f0r the user of water and  entice 1 and no reissue of any    such
furnish the Agent with sworn returns   the date of 2nd   of     .lune.  uu   nnd electric lighl under the     Water     and debenture or debenture! shall  be mado
accounting for the full quantity     of   Fhall be payable in Fifty years   from Blectrio Light Regulation   By-Law 1903
merchantable coal mined and pay the \ the     -aid     date In lawful   money of and amendments,
royalty thereon.   If  the conl  mining  Cannda at the office .,f ihe     Molsons AMD WHBREAS the csiimaied am-
rights are not being operated,     sucb   Bank at Revelstoke aforesaid
Lumb
- •'    '"""WM   iieinais.        t\taii   nnreiir,n.-i   louenaj   cue . ooib        ;i.     it    shall   lie   lawllll   lor   lhe   MlltU-
^   But* debentures Shall be of the denom-   thereof it will be necessary to borrow  (.jlmi Coun.il of -aid Corporation fr0ci
lna'ii.n  of One Thousand Dollars each   the  -nm of Fifteen Thousand  Dollars,  time to time to npm chase any of said
umDermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
P.   B.   WELLS,
vur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,
Revelst ike, B. C
■  .-_.„.„. „.„.„„„,     whie-h mint of     the   haid rateB and charges
returns should  be  furnished  at  least   pla.-e of payment shall  be designated ohargeable and enforceable ior the year
once a year. tin said debentures, and shull have in  which this By-Law    is passed     is
application   ntta h-d   o them coupons for tne pay- 884,296.60:
of   rent of interesl. and the signature to
the int.-r-si
a year.
For full     Information
should be made to the Secretary
the Department of the Interior,    Ottawa, or to tbe Agent or Bub-Agent
of Dominion Lands.
W. W. CORY.
TIME TABLE
EAST BOUND.
No.    4—Arrives  24:45,  Departs 24:56
No.   14—Arrivee    7:20,   Departs 7:40
No.    2—Arrives   11:55,  Departs 12:15
WEST BODND.
No.    3—Arrives    6:48,  Departs    7.08
No.    1—Arrives    16k,  Departs  16:20.
No.   18— Arrives   18:15.  Departs   18:16
SOOTH TRAIN.
Arrives 15 40,  leaves 7:45 a.m.
AND WHEREAS the amount cl^rg-
coupons    may he either cd on thc said rates and charges     is
written.      printed,    stamped  or litho-   lhe sum of J17,18S.i!l;
'graphed. ,    AND     WHEREAS   the debt  hereby
4.   The said debentures shall bear in-  created is on the security of the Baid
, tSTesI nt the rate 0f Five and One-half   water and    electric     lighl    ratos and
per cent, per     annum from the   date  ihnreies and is further guaranteed   by
thereof, which interest Fhall be     paid   the Munidpality al targe,
-emi-annually, at th- ofB.-c of the Moi-      AND WHEREAS for the payment of
-ons Bank at  Rerelstoice, aforesaid in  the said principal money und interest   lri' Iil'hl  n,it'}i l'oan By-La** No
lawful money of     Canada on thc 2nd   during  the currency of thc  debentures   '''""■
day of June and on  the 2nd day    of  to Ik* issued    it     i-   necessary to set     Hca'* n flrst ,ime  ,hc 2nd Aa?
,n consequence of   aid purchase.
10. Ah additional scurity the cred-
ii of the said Municipality at large is
hereby pledged for the payment of the
annual interest and sinkinc; fund required for the extinguishment of tin-
debt created by this By-Law nnd the
Mnnicipaliiy hereby guarantees payment ol ihe Hume to lhc lawful holder or holders of said ibln-ntures. ',
11. This By-Law shall come into
force and take eflect on the 2nd day
of June, 1913. ... I
12. This By-Law may ho cited for
nil  purposes as  the "Water and  Klec-
before buying yonr ont
fit of working clothe.
for the bush. I m»ke a
specialty of Logging
Shoes, Pants, Sox, .Shirts
Blankets anil everything
reun mlinwirb'nineM
COMING mNiii
i
Head a first time  the 2nd day     of
December,  rtspe.-Hvelv   in  each      and  MMe  and  withdraw  from   ibe  annual  May*  1!"3'
ev..r>   year during tbe currency there-  Current revenue derived from said wa-      ,!ei"* n "'roni1 t,me lhp 2nd day   of
oi nivl it  nhall bo expregited in     said   l<r and electric 11,-hi  rates'and charges   Mny* l918,
del .ntnr-s lo b«> so payable. | annually the sum of $928.25, the spec-     R,"l<1 " MrA ,ime ,h" -n'1 ^V     of
6.   It   hall be lawful for the Mayor  ific  annual  sum rei-nired  lor  the pay-  Mny* l!M:i' and pa3s*(1 with the "nBn-
of the «ald Corporation of tbe City of menl of Interest being *S25.00 and for '"""w r*,n^,nt of ihc Council.
Revelstoke to neonate and sell    the the payment 0f the debt $9S.a5: ReMtoeJ the assent  of the Electors
MM el-b-.it ures    or    any of them   for.    AND  WHEREAS  the  estimated do-'on the  day of May, 1913.
IM than par. I flcioncy in snid rates and e-harges re-1    Reconsidered and finally passed and'
Mav 12       " rjce of Tonight'   IJmpres^
I     .re. I
Mai   22—"Prince of Tonight"  i.t tb«
Opera House.
May  20-Opera House BaU, by     th»
Management.
June 4th—"The   Red Rose"    at    tbe
Op»ra Ifousei
June   _?—' Pnrls Tom's Cabin"
Comir  —Flora Dora, at the Empresa
theatre.
Co: ing—"Royal    Players," at   the
Empress theatre
Maior J, F. Strone. of Janeau, baa
bwm selected for appointment as governor of Alaska to succeed Walter H«
Clarke.
/1
Vi
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■>, T\i,K  KIGHT
THE MAIL-HERALD REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, MAY Tth, 1918.
.» ^ ^ .^ .»,.».■».■» <a> a»-a* aa.-a* ,». a* ■». ^ ^ ■»•%. •%
LOCAL and GENERAL
J. Fleshman the jeweller is in
city.
tho
w,
"He,
11.      \el
ity,
W,
the
Ireenl
ity.
of Armstrong, is    in
of lllecillewaet,    is
R, Cumming of Sandon is tran ai I
ini ness here this week,
I,.  H.  Falcenbridge of Victoria,     is
vis.i in.- R ivi Istoke this week.
Miss E, V,    \,\ ill  ol Winnipeg, cam.:
M. uday's ear 5  west bouud.
K.  Ci-ui  . hank   of Tappen  Sideing,
Im re tic   weok.
,    1 -,. Simpson, "f Nelson, made the
I u.     ■,■   ., •   Mon la;   ;" -1" business
l'.M
\. B, Johnson of Nelsou, was noticed on the si reels last evening.
A. b\ Lnwsou of Vancouver, and A.
l-\ Terry  of Kaslo, are in the city.
W. K. Perry of Kaslo is among   tho
many lake visitors to town this week.
Miss Wright of Montreal, oame in ou
1 Bunda*.   last.    She is al  the K-iug Edward hotel.
W.J.  I'orter of     Vernon, is making
another   business  visit   to      Revelstoke
1 this' weok,
day.
BUSINESS LOCALS 2,
Special Sale Ladles Tailoi-ed Suits, | Are you a Moose? If not, why not?
to order $40, balance Spring and Sum This Five Dollar Initiation Pee is
mer Goods.—Cressman & Co. Ap.301t J something  you don't get overy  day.—
Remember,  it raises  to Twenty-live as
Ue arrived here last Sum
Arthur Johnson will embark iu the
real e tate business in Revelstoke. His
office wiiL be opposite the City Hall,
,,ii lie ,1,1111- of Seoond street. and
Mi Kcnzie avenue.
The flrst Canadian contingent that
went to the Boer war were insured for
$1,000,000 in the Ocean Accident and
Guarantee Corporation. Tho Revolstoke Fire Brigades are also Insured'May 2>2nd
in this company. Tho special agent
for this company is Chas. M Field —
Best policy in the market issued to all
especially to railroaders.
soon as the charter closes.
Coming the big show "The Prince of
Iss. M.3. to 22
Cricketers Busy
A very interesting match was played last Saturday afternoon between
tho Revelstoke Cricket Olub and a
team of St. Peter's church, which resulted i-n the Rovelstoko team winning Albert Canyon
I y 21 runs.   Tho following is the score
SOCIAL and PERSONAL
Mr. Paul     Samson spent Sunday in
ST. PETER'S TEAM.
Tonight"    at Revolstoke opera house,'
You make no mistake by coming In
to tho Mooso now. Tho charter is open, nud the rates aro low. You can't
lm ,,t it fur a good, s'ottnd order.
Ml
tia, .
1, ■
;,.        ■  >     raboro, Nova Sco-
:.,  ,■,    on Monday
st. John's church Ladies Auxiliary
will give a lea on Wednesday) .May 21,
in the How 'on .Block, Culinary sale,
and potted plants, flowers, candy, al
i o a culinai y table iii , onnoctlon.
Batsman Runs
Alexander   0
Boyle   0
Young   3
Little    4
Hardman  l
Vincy    4
Lee   0
Sibbald   4
Reynolds  21
See  ChnB M. Field about  that Life   Harris   0
Policy you are contemplating putting Qardnier  0
on iii   the company of    which      Lord I 	
From now on the Empress theatre
will have all the big shows from tho
easl ami Ihe west. Watch tlie papers
for announcements of the Prince     of
Tonight.
Strathcona and ihe President of
Bank of Montreal arc directors.
the
R, \., ighan ot An
U'.-.-     visitor ti
We-        •
I, is   |  busi
this     mid -
R .   Mr, Hunti i  e     \.. ii ouvi.    ■■■■'.'■
:.,   Ba]     I   chuii h i n Sun-
.    ! 1
Mr. Wm. lv Osborne
li- re, as le- wa- called on a rush to
Seattle. Hi-.' wife having gone' under
a dangerous operation tor an abscess
in lhe kidney, she is al the Provi -
deuce hospital.
Only four companies settled their
loss.'s in full in the San Francisco
earthquake and lire, of which the Lon-
,lon  Assurance  Corporation  was one.
This  company   Paid   out   $7,000,000  ln]Lcave  vour order early and'have your
pa   ed through  that  disaster, their policies are writ-1sult ,,,.,,1,. by'expel ladies   tailors.-
Speclal   price  on      Ladies    Tailored
suits r iu, balance of spring Goods.-
Tilul 	
REVELSTOKE TEAM
Batsman
.4(1
J.D.   .- .'
day  fl
Vance, .
returned on Sun
busin s' ti ip io
G.   K.   V> i .i im  ol   .-'!'" -.ii:     a   here
tod n     un    last  ovi nlng's.
Bl    .
j ,i     M   loj  of Vancouvei. ainl A.D.
,-,• om thi   terminal city,
:,i King E Iward.
EjaraiBi5ir3r3iaMa,aisiararaciiaiai5iaafa
SAILS and WANTS
IOc. li.'.,    ::   Mi e. um 23i
air3isiaiEjajaEiaia'aicL:L
len here by Chas. M. Field.
I
Forty  years In Use, 20     years     the
standard, prescribed an.l recommend.
ed by physicians. For Woman's Ailments, Dr. Martel's Female I'ills, ut
your druggist.
Railroaders, beware. Do not put oa
life or accident Insurance without lirst
looking over the attractive and low-
priced policies offered you  by Chas.M.
Field, in hi- Bound and relin'le com
panics.
Cressman & Co
Ap.30 it,
CM.'!' COAL is handled exclusively
in Revelstoke hy ihe Itevelstoke lieneral Agencies, Ltd.
Now that iln'snow is oil ihe roof.—
lie is ili,in. it again—Who, the Chim
ney Sweep, a' tli'' Oriental hotel,
Ii only co-is vou a Five Dollar Dill
im-  Initiation Pee to become a good
Loyal  Moosm.   This is for a  BhOl't lin..'
only, SO make ha.  whil,' the sua shines
Huns
M.  Fi-ld  Hi |
Young    1
Maley  	
Fo^'O  f.
H.  Wallace
i .  Barry ....
.1.  A.
liii-in iss
WANTED—A    Chambermaid
Hotel Revelstoke.
!'-::      Bton,   is'   .1	
visitoi   here   today-    Hi    can   WANTBD
at
Wc    are  pla ing    2.",     Ladies    Suit     Remember  ihe .late of  the     Opera
the  Lengths on -ale for three weeks,  bai-  House  Ball, .May 2< th next, given by
,n ,' of Spring and Summer Suitings,  the Management r.t.d.
—   price -rm ei suit  -Cressman and Com-
!',, Kent,    furnished bouse,   pany. Ap.30 it.
Maley     0
Joe   Maley    12
(!. Thomson   2
Itys     1
Total   51
Quito a number of spectators wilness
,-.! the match and while ihe local teim
were victor- by 21 runs, yet some
good batting was done by St. Peter's
players. A return match is anticipated  in  the near future.
be found   it      i King Edward,
p. c. Ca of Salmon   \.rm,  I
hen He ca i
Mr. and Mrs. A. Coyle oi Calgary,
an..- i in ih city on .Monday, they
arc g he Kin    K Iward.
Thi      genial     ■ o rati nan e of "
Jo-ies of Uak Lake   Man . wa   uoticod
an , ng  the thi on(   o   ea   -" n visitors
here ti..- ,vi
The 1 i in -■ ol     Tonight opera com-
j. M -    23rd,  .n lead
of I           es     a Ivertis d, in     the
i.'     ttl
.. .-   I-,       .     \- a,   ■ oni      an ived
in    own .i        go,  .in-l  will  lo-
thark iii       the
pou ry.
L. i'e            .... Kelly of Vi
vei. •■■■■  i  ti"      fore
pai        ' Tl .-..  mic .-.. sts a'
ard
V. rli     '
Box 91 I,
WANTBD Furnished house for ma"
family; no children. Apply Uox U14
Mail Herald.
Th - .Moose Lodge No,  1085, arc hold i
Ing a  Smoker after  their  regular moot.
The gr al   two reel    feature     "The ing on     May    Oth, in the Oddfellows
Guiding Light," wonderful Lubin mas-  Hall    All membsrs ami    their friends
i-rii-'c  and  the  I'a'be  Weekly,   Star aie cordially invited.   Lodge  business
ibeatre tonighi and Thursday night.     at    p.m. and smoker at 9 p.m.      3t.
Public Schools Attendance
The attendance at the public ... hools
:, :   i prll was
follows:
FOR RENT   A    n all R
ne cl   to Will    Ai ni tron -
lo lb vel toke 11 irdwai    ' 'i
Nl RSING   Maternity and othercases:
SiTiS METHODIST        A NEW
MEtTlNGS
hi
ta    d       Apply Mrs, A, C,
er Fourth St., an i i Irton
i., e corn-
Wi
meei ing oi the Method-     Mr,
Donnelly,  Provincial  Manag
WANTED—An apprentice tor Dress -
m.il- in V ■ ■ to Mi-s McMahon.
M I.,,-' Block   \i Kcnzie avenue, li it-
, .■ . n. C,
run SALE—Good white Potatoes, 2
cai lo.i Is,   ■: Ri i class condition
\n.      rea    n  lil      o
i ba     Wri    t   Cano . B.C.
-
.   -   -   «
>   i   k   «  i  a   1  i  i
t ■■
hi 1- arm nsl
:./   at   thl    Y.M.C.
.
I    I    ■    >    1    I    I    I    >    «    >    I    K
n a  better than     ev t
alone con r.bu
and     above their    regulai
SALE- T  u        al oul   1125 t
,...       . .      wer   elected
and  Countrj ■■ -    ■
ivin      r,! musl   , II   iv Ml-
.
. Idle, 1
endent,
1st church Sunday school was held on   « 'or   the  Canadian     Home    Invest -
.,,  , .,.     , „.,. „h_...   men-   Company  Limited of Vancouver,
Wednesday <'vcn.ng.   All leport- show- .   '
,,     B.C., .-' iu town for a lew  days,     and
h'   **«■ lhe church a  . ,,, Bl> 8een at the office of the    local
work is in a     mo-t nourishing . ondi-     , :i,   M,  sr.   JB   Wat8on Realty Co
memb rsbip of 'ibis  information should prove of in-
,.    aa  . s,     Col-  teres!   to  those who are  thinking    of
im]        n       their     property,  and to
who have mortgages  bearing  8
■-
£,
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; oi more, for why pay
- ,      cent, when you can   borrow   at
nt.
ta
ilil    !2
The  Nelson   Shield   was  won  in  tbe
Central   - hool  by     Div.  I., with     a
Mrs. R. M. Smytbe will not receive,
cn Thursday, Muy sth.
'  Mrs.  C.  R.  Macdonuld  will not  re -
ceive on Saturday, the 10th inst.
Nurso Campbell, who has been vory
ill wiih pneumonia, is slowly Improving.
Kev. I'l. de Wilde of Vernon, spent
Mmi,lay in town, lhe guest of Rev Mc,
Ken-lie.
Mr. S. 0. Robbins has purchased the
first two lots east oi McKenzie Ave.,
on  Sixth street.
Mrs.  Ernest II.  McLean will not receive on  Saturday, May  10th, nor aB~
in this season.
Mrs. L. w, Wood of Fifth street.
Will reci'ive on Thui-duy iho Mil inst.
au.l noi again this season.
Rev. Father McKenzie left on Tues
day lo visit Taft and Throe \ alley,
and will return on Thursday evening.
Mr, Gilford of the V.M.C.A. leaves
tor   Kamloops    I'tiuisday   as   lay-ropre-
-i-nia Ive of the Metho.li-t body in
thia city.
Rev. It. .1. Mclntyre, loaves tomorrow for Kamloops, where he will be
chairman of the annual meeting of tho
Mi-Ihodi-i  church,
Mr. F. Corning ba purchased an
automobile, a Studohaker, and is erecting a garage ai the roar of his
residence on Fifl h streot.
The present officers und executive of
ihe Political Equality Li a ;ue, wlll bi
retained until November, when ihe an
nual meel ing will be held one yeai
from lhe inauguration oi this society.
Mr. chas. F. Lindmark returned O'.,
, lum lay's noon train from a husine s
trip of a month's duration which in-
i ludi ,! -i visii to ea, h oi the coast
cn ies.
Mr. Patterson, brother ol the high
school tea her, came here from the
east, on the .lose of     tho university
-e-ssie.il, with ihe intention of locating
iu our town.
A ., well an nd .1 in eting of St.
John'-   church   Ladies'   Aid  held   Tues
.lay a< the residence of Mrs. Haug on
Sixth street, ii was decided to have a
tea nnl flower sale on Wednesday,
May 21st from three o'eloek till Beven
in  the  llowson  Hlock.
M r.
I.awien-
I   .1 eelll  -.1
Tb      alance   h-     ol  this Company  percentage of 97.S1   lr regularity  and  civil  Engineer Stoma's survey pnrty,
TL    -. .. lefl town
■' -aday :or  Van i uver, to attend
eting of the Board   ol
..-.    o! B.  C.
D uch niana
-   . Or a
■
ee of the J. b.
. Co.
A Rally of a
....    :.   th
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.  :          he va      .     .-.
:-  th   ei
-.        .    m  perty wiped
.    of thc    ..
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.   t     Thi bad •:.
!   a.oney
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EXAMIN \
AND
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to Mi.
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par
.
-
wi nderful  progress.
th •:.   ■'. capital is     $l,ico,000.
of     ? ■ 0,00 I and are
increasing at a rate of over $1,000 per
rs and directors of the
my  are well known men of 1
ish   Columbia.
•t.; Esq., 1 resident.
V. Mi .  Es ..,  1st  Vi c-Prcsi -
:. i    Manager.
Du I Stuart, 2nd     Vice-
lent.
uie,     Esq.,   3rd Vice-
B ■
punctualit).
wins      the    shield
of 9S.40.
Division VI. of Selkirk and will spend the     summer learning
with    a   percent- surveying     with thom on lhe double-
i' tck  work  between hero and     Kam-
; luo.s,   and   incidentally   gain     health
and wealth for nexl  winter's work,
HIGH SCHOOL.
Following is the attendance at tho
lii  h S-.-hool for the month of April:
1).  I. 1).   II. T.
Enrollment           5 7      12
Present ev'y -e-sion...    5 7      12
P.C.  of Attendance ....924 .910   .1)17
®EE!EEr»il!SS!!®[lt*m!I
Wiii Get $3
i ing assizes in Nol -
,vc  S3      por
theli , tead of    the
inder the act at
lording  to    in'o:
■■ived  from
ii nt by
at
.
■
. .on
-
NOTICE.
All changes of ads must positively be handed into this
ollice by Monday evening in
order that the chnnge shall
appear ln Wednesday's issue,
and any changes intended for
Saturday's issue must be
handed in not 1 ater than
Thursday evening of ea. h
week. Dusiness men please
take note of the above.
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Mrs. K.G. McRae returned from a
\i-ii to her patents in Vernon last
Wednesday. Mrs Thomas accompani
eel Mrs, McRae and ha pent ., \ ■ k
visiting here with her datighl rs. Mrs.
Clay returned to Vernon ye-'terday
with Mrs. Thomas and will remain foi
a visit  in her home town.
Rev, .1. W. Stevenson and Mrs. Stev
eii-on lefi Tuesday for Vancouver,
where Mr. Stevenson will attend the
annual Synod meeting oi BritiBh Oolumbia, and Mrs S'evi-n-on tbe annual Missionary Convention. They
will be tho gue-t- of Mr. A.  K.  Miller.
Mi. steven-'on     will return Saturday
morning.
D.  v the     Ban:! real
the J. U.
Wat in Realty ,!tice, dut-in? (be ten
poran from the eity   I w.ii.
iioro'':n. lefl for Han:! ,,n Monday evil «-. . leturn to Revels'oke
'lh,.: slay evening and ran be seen at
•the -I B Watson offices foi 'he balance  of  tbe  week.
'•
Marhn
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NOTICO.
BtSEUll HT BFI
Till  1     , i   ■
.i
ol  making   al-
i n<b-i
,e.t   receives     io
■ .  .  A-hiii)    tho
■ thui he is to n celve
mpenses,
i
Tennis enthusiasts, especially those
living in the west end of the city, are
a iking full ii-e of the- courts these
days. Two ate in n-e, the third being nearly completed. A proper finish
B h | i r 1 « i IS IS fJelH.it] will I,,- given to the whole by the new
  pavilion which ts in course of i-onstruo
Tin- Dominion government will spoil
-|, 0,000 on lhc upper ,-ave at BantI ac-
,'i'iing lo S.J. clark, superintendent
of the national park. The work will
stall a soon as the iitnds nre available.   Thc souson  oponed early     this
• in and already the resort Is crowd-
el  with visitors.
lion.   Thirty-five  players and spectators nti ndcl one afternoon.
The Epworth League at their busi -
ness meeting 0n Monday night, receiv
ed reports for lhe year. The League
was found to be in lirst-cla-s shape,
Mr. R. A. Patterson was elected unan
imously   to  lill  the  ollice of president
The    ,a     ill   ians  of
Mi    Fred Cook,   former     mayor   „: By  the verdict  of a special jury the  for the coming year.   Mr. C B. Som-
i known  newspipor-  action  for alleged  libel  brought     by  erville   takes  his  office  as  vice-presi -
SS ollered  the position   ,1 Mr   L.D. Taylor of the World, again-  dent in charge of the Citizens Depart-
secretary  of tbe firitlnh  Columbia  In- st  The  Vancouver Daily Province waa  ment. Other officers remain the same.
Thr«i  Val               Lands Commi   ion, bai been • om dSbided iii favor of    defendant.     The
he City  a                                         iai     when  ;„ Led to decline the offl e, owing    io jury, being judges of tho law as   well \   Therc is a bie rally callod for    to-
the ex                           ■  teams came     together  t.he IIInes    ,,f his wife. ! n* of fads in a libel suit,  there is no  niSht of every Methodist in the city,
tit                                  Dominions Trade   I ommiesion appeal from this verdict.                    |,0 attend a combined social and busi-
It  was one of the     har!                                      in      rift  regard  to  the de- Amid  much  enthusiasm,  Sir   James  !**•«    meeting in the church.   Reports
n  the pas'  three NaSoni                      imeol   and    po   libilitiee   of      the Whitney  wbs recently  presented    with  of the annual meetings of every branch
tuner, wi-h Fletcher Bros., of Vancou-    'ohn  Caley to  transfer io  J.O,  Tap       The   -e        eas called ofl ,,„ „,,                         ,   i,,nl<,rv     Dl    GMlruth,  ad - an automobile and n purse of gold by  of church work will be received,  fo!-
ver, 18 in  thc               Mr.  Hiownell     is   I'lng tbe flolel License to sell  liquor,   larlcness nnl  min in  the tehft  inning                ,-         | ,-<■!    that    there    were the  Conservative  members of the On-  'owed by a brief     program of musio,
hi-  week overhauling the big electric   by retail at the promises known as thee   with  the   core   tnnlin- at 'hree run,    ,-.                 million  ocriw  of  territory tario  Legislature.   The  Premier    may  aDlJ addresses    Thc ladies are provid-
Ciiy  Hotel  Revelsloke,  B.C.                     i.,r  each      team     Doth    batteries  art   held  under  leases,  lhe  greater number now   disoard   hi    bicycle  on  which  he   inS a bountiful supper afterwards. Ev-
Daiod this 2nd day of Mny,  111.,.         ■ i ;   strong   th,       wason.   Ohns   Na   of  which    ,-rminated  in  thirty    years.' has  ridden to  the   Parliament Build - erybody who is either a member
lohn t'nley, by  his adorney in fact,  dean  of Three  '-alloy was the nmplri*.  Tweniy flve   million   acres   were  under ing«.   Dr.  Preston,  Conservative  whip adherent is urged to attend.
W. H. Pratt.                            ,-,nl every decision  was ae'-epted with-  pastoral   PUI nils,  the  rant from which rend an address.   Lndy and Miss Whit j
J. C. TAPPING.                    out deep-lite    Next     game at     Three  was  one shilling per square mile    per nny were in attendance when the pre-
C.  0,  Brownell.    the    expert
Notice   is  hereby   given  tha'   I
egula    meel .r. - of   he I:..ard of
I .' --ii log   I 'oiiiMii  B,oners   for
of  Revelstoke to be held ■
ptration r,\ thirty days from  the date
hereof,  applies'ton     will  be  made by
piano  '''" undersigned  for     perm! sion     io
piano tbat came in some time ago
for Mr. Munro and which was broken
• -n route to this city. Any person de-
firing the -erviees of a nally good
liano tuner hould not fail to secure
his j calling up the V.M.C.A
or
Mav 7lh, ilOd.
Valley on May 2ft.h.
. annum.
-'■ntalion was made.
The Pollard Opera Company will appear at the Opera House on May 23rd

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