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REVELSTOKE
Railway Junction and Divisional Point. Headquarters for
Columbia River Navigation.
Hub of Timber Belt, Mineral
Zone, Agricu,f".*ral Lands and
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lievelstoke, the Capital of Canada's Alps."
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KEVELSTOKE. B. C. MAY 31, 1918
$2.50 Per Year
LIBERAL
CONVENTION
MEETING
The tirst day of the Provincial Lib-
e.rul convention found some le">7 delegates assembled in the tastefully decorated opera house auditorium, when
the chairman's gavel called the meeting to order.
Tbe business ot the convention com-
menced at '2:2Q p.m., when President
H. C. Brewster, took ihe platform,
-supported by some twenty members of
the 13. C. Executive. After the strains
of the National anthem died away,
Mayor T. Kilpatrick ot Revelstoko,
delivered an address of welcome io
tbu assembled delegates.
"Gentlemen uii behalf oi ibe citizens ,,( Revelstoke, 1 lake greal pleasure in welcoming you to our town. It
is no doubt true that the position wo
occupy iu Revelstoke, is anion-; the
most tent ral and convenient for pro-
vincial conventions and which geogt'a-
I lm- advantage has been used to considerable extent during the past few
years, but we have to thank, you for
chosing mir ity for your place of
meeting. As your worthy president
has sail. I ara glad to say ihat in
Revel-Volte in provincial matters polities .ie, nol enter into our proceedings
Both my predecessors were of lhe Lib-
eial faith, i am a Conservative, I
wish ;n su-n.i 10 you the freedom of
Revelstoke, I am advising police force
that 'should anj ol you become bois-
terious from the sudden change of
climate' 9ame will be overlooked but
v.i, ii you have been here a few days
i-n.I have become acclimatised, you
will of cours be alright; whilst you
mv here I also beg to extend to you
cn behalf of th KevelBtoke Club, one
end all, an in tat Ion to visit with
us and 1 - >oui \i>it will be
a pleasant one an.l that you will be
aid.- tn ... ... a wa b with pleas-
lav to \.. amongst us and will
be glad io r tu non .-very possible occasion to thi- city of ReveU'toke,"—•
(Lo id applause, I
. ... Chairman H.C. Brewster,  briefly thanked  th.-  Mayor     and
i itiz ns  .-•!'.       0      I ir their hospit-
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BUSINESS.
Tb thm . ot  .lown     to
business1. A credential committee were
sti . ■   ring ihe period when
their a- in process ol forma
tion, i o ii neni members of the execu
live, .a ...::.; Me. - .-. lluncau Uoss.
John - . Ralph Smith, W. A. Mao
Di na I Idrcs es,
Mr. Ross devot .1 most of his speech
te. a on ol   ihe s--u -
ate in ief irin STa al  Bill totho
people. Honest John Oliver expressed his ■ --.ii. sympathy with the pro-
po al to n. . i ■ olittion by telegram
to Sir Geo. Ro - endoi ing the stand
of ibe -na •■ ; aiorlty. aitho he had
Icen *.oo lm y lately far.nin.: to pay
serii .   ...ii to the course       of
Dominion polii ii a,
Mr. Ralph Smith—As an Englishman expressed hi approval of ibe
Laurier Canadian Nival proposals.
Mr. A. Ma. I).ui ild was fully in accord with thc senate amendments,
which meant "referring the Naval Policy to the  people of Canada."
S. S. Taylor, tC.C, rose and speak-
inrg from the auditorium, said n few
wor.l- .n favor of the Liberal Naval
Poll v. The attack should lind the
navies of the Dominions each separate
Iy r,-ti\ i'.i -li- Bght, an election is
bound to conn- and the Canadian people cannot be fooled a second time on
r. false patriotic cry.
F. -*,. Cougdon took the platform—
The Liberal party has eSBenelally been
a party of pea'e and nothing    should
II done which would add to the difficulties ot preserving peace whilst     of
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to the person sending  in tho (Sj
-beat   suggnstioD tor-a   comic H
stunt to be put on in connec- If)
lion  with  tlm Y.M.C.A. Field If
Day  to be Held July 1st.  All S
biggest ions wiil be considered J)
by the Sports committee they S
reserving      the    right to  Use S
any  or  all  of  them,   >ume  to B
Ire in hy Baturday  noon    or. S
.liuin 7l-h.   Name and oddrc- |
Ol    endcr    must    lie     plainly ■'.
wrltlen.     All   correspondence |
tobe addressed to tbo Sports ID
Committee, Y.M.C.A. ^
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course  our free   institutions  must  be
i reserved
Our naval policy should be similar
to our militia actions, let us defend
0lir own homes and country lirst and
then assist the Empire, We must pre-
horve our individuality whilst binding
still together the bonds ot' Empire,
manning, owning and completely keep
ing our navy under our own control,
Is l-lie true Canadian and Imperial Policy, today ihe provincial government
is Ichs strong than the federal government, and we should certainly en -
deavor to keep provincial and federal
issues  separated —Applause.
Capt. Worsnop, Kamloops—War is
lull, I object to thc $36,000,000 contribution because dreadnoughts ou the
Pacific coast would be of lii tic service
I speak as a blockade runner in Hussia
Jap war; on the Pacillc coast we have
a natural line of Island defence iin -
passable by battleships ii defended by
torpedo boats and submarines. I op-
poe-'e contributions io buy imttlcshipo
because they arc Useless io us on ihe
Pacific coasl. We want "defence" ouly and any battleship policy is dangerous and useless  to us.
Chairman Brewster made a short ad
■dress.
Provincial Organizer Bacr also made
a short speech. Several others also
spoke.
Business don.-, it was decided to
send a telegram, no a "night letter '
to Ottawa, complimenting ibe senate
on Naval Bill amendment.
\ resolution oi condolence with the
relatives of Mr. F.J. Deane, hue mem
her  of the  provincial  Liberal executive    arric-d unanimously.
The Credentials committee reported
after considerable trouble and the del
egatcs were seated in districts as follows:
l.o al delegates—A, Cayley, J. Abra
bamtvon, Af McRae, J. Stewart, Dr.
Suth rland, W.I. Briggs, Wf Bell, Geo
Ma h on, C. R. Macdonald, J. li.
MacKenzie.
Total number  uf delegates' acsually
B ill   el.
District                                   Del, Prox
Alberni     5 •>
Cowi'han      2 8
Chilliwack   - 1
Cranbrook   5 5
Comox  3 7
Dewdney    3 7
Delta   -i 5
Van-oiiv.r   1" 1"
Victoria  22 18
Sanaach   4 i
Islands   - 2
Nanaimo     3 7
Kaslo     1 9
\- I on    o 1
Greenwood     - 8
Ymir     1 1
Rossland   1 0
\'e*.v . Westminster   C -4
Ks mimalt   1 9
New -astle   1 3
Kamloop^   5 0
Vale    4 3
Revelstoke  10 0
Redmond   9 1
' ikanagan   6 2
Skeena   3 7
Total    delegate    present   157
Total proxies present  124
Minutes? of last    Lili-rai conven    •
were then read and approved.
On motion the meetings were declar
ed open to the press.
FINANCIAL  STATEMENT.
Tin- financial report -hovel receipts
and disbursements oi Slu.200 during
the past year.
COMMUNICATIONS.
Various communications were read
, n.i accepted,
COMMITTEES.
At this stage a Knmlo.ips delegate
rose to move "re-consid-ration of the
motion to allow the presence ol the
pnss at the meetings."
The resolution was voted down by i
practically unanimous voice.
Platform, and resolution nomination
committees, J.C Wad'. John Oliver.
and S. S. Taylor. 6
PLATFORM COMMITTEE.
Dr.   Sutherland,  C. B.   .Sword,     H.
Brewster,  F    0.  Wade,  D.   Ross,  Dr.
W.  Wenton,  J. Oliver,
RESOLUTIONS    COMMITTEE.
R. Smith, W,H, Prescott, Geo. Bell,
J. McRae, Hamilton Bole, Alex. Mc-
Rae, Cap. Rawsay, J.C. Wade, Dr.
E. Carthur,  J.H.  Sinkler.
An amendment that F. C. Wade be
omitted from thc se'eond committee,
Strongly supported by delegate Worsnop, ot Kamloop- and other, on the
grounds that "the Liberal party had
in the pa*»t ben run too mu -h by old
war horse- a*  tl.- . th" ignor
ing of new blood coming into the pro-
vlncel" Honest John Oliver described
the  aflair as a  "storm  in a  t.-a cup," i
'Continued on Page Eight.)
R. F. GREEN RETURNS
FROM OTTAWA
made by the lucal exchange to headquarters, and it is hoped that immed
iate attention will ho given tho mai-
Ur.
A local- sportsman bagged      fine silver tip bear nnd ..,  grizzly last   week
Secured Great Appropriations tor Kootenay
Constituency. — Lead Bounty Extended ;
Supplementary Estimates will Swell Total.
R. F. Green, M.i'., passed through
ibecity last Wednesday on bis way to
the coast. Mr. tlreen has heen exceptionally successful in sc. uring many
greal thitt-rs for the Kootenays, n recent Issue of the Nelson Daily News in
speaking  of  Mr.  Green's return  rfays:
Delighted to return to British C01 -
luuihia alter several mouths at Uti
tawa. and more than ever convinced
of tho great tuture toward which this
province is progressing wiih e-ucb rapid strides, RfF. Ureen, member for
Kootenay In the Dominion house of
commons, passed through Nelson last
nic h; on his way to the coast. He
will  return to Nelson next month.
i n the arrival of the Crow boat.
Mr. Green was met by friends, who
were eager to congratulate him upou
the extension of the had bounty, thc
opening ol the Dominion railway belt
and ihe large appropriations which he-
has been -'tic essful In securing for tha
carrying out of improvenunts to meet
the needs ol the people oi iiii- riding
Mr. tin- n appeared li   be particular
y  gratified at  the extens on of     tlie
lead bounty,     which   assures ior the
lead miner, a  minimum i rice ,.'  613
per ion fot   the n-xt  flve years     nn.l
1 Um-s the iniustry on a solid foundation.   The  . ,'cn '.i.i  of      the  1 ouuty,
which was vigorously     oppose!     by
Hon. Frank Oliver an.l other  i . eral
I    ,    rs in the bouse,  I ill be iollow-
- d, ii is hoi -i  by Mr, Green,  ....  th -
ippoini   enl  oi a commission to investigate the needs of the- silver-lead
mining industry, a proposal which the
toi   Koatenay placed    before
parliament in his spee b Ln    ipporl ol
:. ,  ■ .ten-.iei.   The > ta    ap-
ated lor the boui ij  is  f.OU.COO,
le   a - ota
27,1   ' for publi-- worl:-   n
I : i    winch  were    n im > ii.-.l in    the
..li. li-e n hai
I   $131,500 in the supi le    nta >  es -
o     .   O!   th •  latter   ti n   '100,000
i> for a now dredging plant for uso iu
ihis riding. The total secured sped -
lie-ally ior Kootenay public works is
(4 18,000, apart from -general grants,
stub as the estimate of $550,000 tor
dredging operations iu British Columbia. 	
ESTIMATES IN DHTML.
Main estimates for Kootenay are;
Cranbrook—Publio    Works,     $25t000
public   buildings  renewals,  S15.000.
Pernio—Drill HaU, $20,000.
Gol In -l'ulili'-  building,  $25,000.
Revelsloke—Publio  building, $50,000.
Trail—l'ulili.-   building,   &20.000.
Ainswortli—Wharf, $8,200.
Beaton—Wharf, $8,5Ce0.
Boswell—Completion  of  wharl,  $1,-
■1011.
Columbia and Kootenay rivers— Iin-
I nu-nis,  $20,000.
Columbia nvcr—Survey to ascertain
ia  inability  from  Iioundary,  $U>,000.
En t  Arrow  I'ark—Wharf. $7,500.
Grey Creek—Wharf, $5,	
Harbors, rivers, bridges, general repairs and improvements, $30,000.
Invermere—Wharf, $20,000. .   j
1 aslo—Wharf, $18,000.
Kootenay Bay—Wharf, $7,500.
Needles   Wharf, $7,500.
Renata—Wharf, 87,-500.
Shulty Beach—Wharf, $6,000.
Willow Point—Wharf, $10,000.
Supplementary estimates for Kooteuay are as follows:
Columbia    and    Kootenay rivers —
v. liarves generally, $23,000.
i rawfotd    Bay — Whail     improvements, $1,600.
m lhi   Wharf,  $3,550.
Windermere—Wharf, $1,500.
New  il-.'.l  .n.   plant  ior KootenayK
,000.
Included in the supplementary estl-
mates is also an appropriation of $11,-
ilie. equipment of the new plant
at Ottawa for the testing of Canadian
on • a further Btep to asi-ist lhe min-
ing industry, for which Mr. Green was
: i---ly instrumental.
Y.M.C.A.
WEEKLY
NOTES
PREMIER SAYS
ITS A CALAMITY
Hon. Richard McBride says
People will view with Surprise Senate's Killing Naval Aid Bill.
iEFFECT  IN LONDON
QUITE DEPRESSING
The Boys'    Bible  Class  will     start      Victoria,  May   28—"Tho failure     of
again mi Sunday, June let, at    ten  tne senate to accept Mr. Borden'scon
o'clock.   This meeting will be held at   irih-jtlon poliey  will be, in my opinion, a national calamity.'1
the end of MoKen/.le avenue, on    the
bank overlooking the river.    All hoys
who -aro members of  this class arc invited  to attend.
BASEBALL
The senior league is goinr; :'inx. Already three games have been i laved
amid much laughter. These games
will be played every Monday, Wednes-1
i.a, and Friday, starting at G:45 p.m.
-hap The following is the schedule
not including the games thai hav.- aire a ly  been played:
Pirates v. Y.M.O.A., dune -Jad.
C.P.R. v. riiMies, June 4th.
Businessmen v. V.M.C.A., Jan* Cih.
V.M.C.A. v. t'.l'.U.,  June 9th.
Businessmen v.  Pirates, June- llth.
Businessmen v.  C.P.R.,  June- I3ih.
Pirates v.  V.M.C.A..  June- Kith.
t'.l'.U. v. Pirates, June ISth.
Businessmen v. V.M.C.A.. Jim- 20.
V.M.C.A. v, C.P.R., June 23rd.
Businessmen v,  Pirates, Jun" '.."ith.
Businessmen  v.  C.P.R.,   Jun.- :7th.
Pirates v. V.M.C.A., July 2nu.
C.P.R. v. Pirates July 4th.
Businessmen v.  V.M.C.A.,  July 7th.
V.M.C.A. v. C.P.R., July Oth.
Businessmen v.  Pirates,  July  llth,
Businessmen v. C.P.R., July llth.
Pirates v. V.M.C.A., July 16th.
C.P.R. v. Pirates, July 18th.
Businessmen v. V.M.C.A., July 21s'..
1 ollowing is     what    is h-ft of    tbe
boys'  publi.- school league.
Eaton and Lee, June 3rd.
-1   odwin r.n I   Laugh •■ I,   June? fith.
G o [win and Lee, June 10th,
I .-. igheed and Baton, June 13th.
Le ■ an 1  I.aii.hc. .1.   Jun i 17th.
■■    n and  l-..i on, J une 21 tU,
That is th.e comment mado ou lhe
Naval Bill situation yesterday by Sir
Richard McBrlde, Premier of British
Columbia, in. re-si onse to a question
put by a "News-Adveniser"  represent
alive.
"Sir George  Ros-,"     he continued,
''who has been playing the  role     ot
apologist for Sir Wiltrid Laurier     in
ihe Senate, ta- unquestionably    tried
hard to maV.e the best ol a bad ca-e,
but the people ol Canada will     un •
oubtedly view with much dismay tbe
adoption by  ihe     Upper Chamber oi
ihe proposal h.' has s«.en tit to   submit to it.
"There can be no doubt al all of thu
•      ii •   He it  . n le n '.on ihat any
action of ilu- kind on the pari o! the
Li    ral  raa.'o itj   in    hi     Si nati   will
have.*'
VANCOUVER BLT3 GOT
, J. J. HILL
Summer Schedule   Burton Celebration
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o'clock     on Juu    I the C.
P.R, summer train sche    i   to   go
... lee t. In other words, the flrst
trains oi the e\tia service to be put
into o.m t.i- ie n to th ibe    in-
: ii- i iravei on C.P.R. 1 . will
li a .e S an ouvi i and Montreal re -
..ly next Sunday on their
initial run- across the oniinent. The
train which inaugurates the aug-
menied s-ervice out ol M - il i iai will
a i" i on     ihursdaj
i thai date lour daily train-
will have ior and arrive trom the
East.
As mentioned previously in The
province, the nw train- will be
known as numbers il anl 02', ihe
i. rni'-r  being  the westbound and    the
latter th ist bound,       No.     62 will
i ave Vancouver in the afternoon at
tbi ■ o'clock, making . no itions at
j v.-.th th.- Eastern expresses.
1 o al -te.; a .-.iii be ma ■■ by No. 02
a ona wit a the Sicamous
.,n 1 Arrowhead branchei have     lieen
e.ui.'.d  ior     on the  new  Bchedules.
Eastbound the train   wlU   arrive   at
ca oui a' 5.87 o'clock in the morning aid ai Uevelstoke1 in tunc lo con-
t: i with the Arrowhead train, which
leavea Revelstoke at B:U5. Trains on
tin- Okanagan branch will leave Sicamous for points in the Okanagan Valley, making onm-ctions by steamer
down th" OknnaL-an Lake nt 10:20
o'clock in the mo'ning. Westbound
connections with the two branches
are made at 5'li5 p.m. at Sicamous
and at Revelstoke ar 4;3,J P-n>. i
In the order of their departure the
iollowin? trains will lie operated out
ol Vancouver, starting next Sunday
Number Four, tbe Toronto Express,
leave- at S30 a.m.; number 14, the
Poo-Pa -iflc express, leaves at 1:45
o'clock in the morninir. Westbound
the n.-w train, leaves at 3 o'clock in
tbe atternoon. and number 2, the
Imperial Limited, leaves at 8 o'clock
a'  niehl.
Th--last named as Its name implies,
is a last train   maklngi stops     only
nt   the moit important pointi.   Only,
lirst-da-s  equipment,   sleeping      cars,,
tourisl cgrs   diner,    hnd   observation,
ears will lie operated on this express.!
Burton, H. C, .May ... -A glorious
ua.ma; >l tho   Twenty-fourth
i.n I B bl' • ■■!■ ■ rowd than ever turned
out to celebrate and enjoy themselves
Th.- whole proceedings were under tho
ement o.' the Ladies Aid Society
who worked hard to make the day a
su ce^s, and arc to be congratulated
..- .li splendid results oi iheir exert-
. ii.. After lunch had been icrvjad on
ai. gtouucU, children's sports
ra'.' Indulged in, an.l afterwards the
gro<vn-ups tool; ihe attention of iho
.,.' tators. among the prize winners
were: Mi Heppnsr, iou yard dash;
.\ii s Vipond Nakusp. Nail-driving
contest, Sid Leary, who won the iou-
jar.l da h, standing high jump and
llu- ball  mile race.   Mr. Moore ot Nu
Ins-, al ail ■ ii mi s jumping, ,wth a
i n mii ii _• -i an, and im also su.. • iiui
.i the three i■ ■ i-l,■ <i ra e wltb s. Leary
. lu- pn e i at c .-.as won by Jo.in
. in      and Mlsi  I'. Stevi ns.
iln- uik' Smuggler brouBbl a party
from Nakusp, while launches were ur-
11\ ing all the in. >r in iu- with \ I iton
from Nakusp, Sunnyside, Arrow Park
and "iher lake points, it Wu a re
ord crowd for Burton anil a ma I enjoyable dance in thc town bull
trough! ih,' dm to a happy conclus-
ion. A raffle for Ihrec beautifully wor
i.ed cushions resulted in Miss Williams
of Graham's Landing, William stracb
an and John Hellmcrs being the lucky  winners.
The special feature of the day was
ihe horse racing, whieh caused t;roat
excitement, with close finishes. Four
■ ompetitors lined up at the siartinK
point In each of the throe heats, which
vas ultimately won by Henry Davies'
marc, well ridden by J. I.incss. Victor Joseph's bay was second in a very
fast run race, ridden by its owner. The
other starters were Peter Pant's roan,
and CharlcM Marshall's pony splendidly handled by Mis* Symons of Nakusp
who showed fine horsemanship.
Much inconvenience is being caused
by tho contimii-d breakdown of tho
telephone system, and no eflocts are
apparently being made to remedy tho
state of affairs.   Complaints have been
CANADA
Washlni on,     May  27—-"Wall street
a    friend   west    of   Buflalo,
,i. Hill, iast of the great railway  king   ol America,  remarked h re
Ih   oth t* day.
■ Wall tri ut is merely ;, ouut.-:
over which he people oi the couniry
an- -ii!.,,. . ir tra Lini . I i
gentlemen behind the count, i arc de-
j.e nd ni ni on i ill i in r • but .:
cuscomei decline to come up to the
counter then things go bard wuh
Wall Btreet. ll .in not live cry w 11
. n  itself.
*■ t he iu exchange hn- had Bonn
I ■ i. 11 > hull knocl.s au-.l I am inclined
to believe that the gentlemen ou ibe
i.e oc are not by any n.eau.-' through
with all their troubles, They
to hav.- Iia.i '.card only ior themselves and cared little foi thc real
.: uf th.' right ol  the country.
Ai First Aid Con £ ,t    I ive
Comj eiir.g Tea .   .
The team     i C.P.R,
Si.  Ji i.n .- v.. ■■' an ■   i ent   .   \ an ou-
;-.e to
t ik.- pari nual Urit -
i-h Columbia co
l'i d   ihalle:,c
there to.lay.   The co,:.
to teams fiom the dideren
the i anadian Pa tfle F.ail
i ation   ... ■
ouver team w
nta ives I and
Ka.i.lue.
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ent ho!
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lhe Ii  a ,  -.
were in
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Ul Woik.   V, .*.'.  ,. an o:
ops i-  se i . .,al C.
i   ..'.   i  ;. • ei  that
a., n from lii- shops wei
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.'. ,y will in add -       cur.ng   the
■ going
to Winnipeg on June li to compete
tti-h   >.i ■    : tham -
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of the c.i*.it. i.i. .-  .. Bt and the win-
n to tbe bail.s at I   * .
'lh- flrst a Q'.ber
matter t. John Am-
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agemenl
o .nd  thai  the  n en  ;.eo ;t  up
** it   made- no   differen a to   the.n
whal  they did to values. They would ,,              .   ..    -,     al  Interest    bas
"ii nun a property   as   build it ..                  t to thi   competitions in
up.   Thej are not   thc   constructoi .. t yW) ,,».•„,. .,,, ,he (act that
.-md makers of real values and   pro-- u,. Highnei    th   Dui    of Connaught
parity,      I  have heard .-oinc  talk     oi .                                  ,,,,;,.,   ,.;   gti   jo!uj
curtailment!  ol credits iu finance. To .... D,   . ,,.„ hl, personal   attention
-ome extent  this  is  truei      but    coa- ■,.  ifae Wuik  of  the order  and  when-
ditions are now  Improving aud  1 . ,,.,   possible  hns  been  l.rcsent  attho
ni sinns ,,( ila;kening    busteeu     or demonstrations   anl     testa. — News-
n<ccssaiy cuctatlments.1' Advertiser.
" We fail to give due attention     to The  above      mentioned  -oaipctition
Canada,"  continued   Mr.   Hi.l.   "Can- was held on Thursday in this city the
ada is our second  largest  trad"    cuo- judges tyine Dr~*. Suthe-rlnnd and Ham
lomer,   (Jur btiHiness with it is nearly ilton.      Ther--    were live     coaipeting
Iwioeas much as our trade with    all teams.   The Hustee^l .up being won by
ih-- countries     south    ot     the     Rio
Hi ande i lear to Cape Horn.
" Our relations with one single
Country to the north are of more
value to us than of all the .-ountries
of Central and South America, in -
eluding even Cuba.
the Vancouver team.—Bd.
«««» Dunn:
MANNING'S
Methodist ehuri-h services on Sun
day—11 a.m., "Talk to Boys and I
Girls''; 7:30 p.m., "The Appeal ot S
Moses"; anthem "How lovely are tho ■)
Messenger," will be sung by the choir j§j
This will Ixi the pastor's last Sunday S
with the congregation.
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fortahle store gnd have a cup
of tea and a nice ligbt luneb
Our pric-s are reasonable and
quality  is the  very  bvs:. ]f
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THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, MAY 31st, IMS.
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Control   Your   Coal
Expenditure
In the Gurney-Oxford range you will find
more exclusive features, more essential improvements that appeal to the thrifty housewife than
have ever before been found in any one kitchen
range.
But most important of all is the Economizer.
This [clever device for regulating the drafts
saves 1 ton of coal in every 6 that you would
burn in the ordinary range. It takes the smell of
cooking out of the kitchen and sends it up the
chimney.   You  know what that means.
The Economizer enables you to absolutely
control thc amount cf coal you wish to consume and still have a perfect heat for cooking.
It will enable you to keep your fire going
while you go out shopping cr visit your neighbor, and all that is necessary for you to do
on your return is to press the small lever and
you arc assured cf a hot fire in a very few moments,
A Gurney-Oxford stove is sanitary—no dirt
can accumulate on its beautifully smooth surface.
Its top is polished steel which abolishes forever that dreadful operation — blacking the stove.
Of paramount interest also are the other
remarkable and exclusive attachments — the
Special Grate, the Divided Flue and the Broiler.
Every woman who knows owns a Gurney-
Oxford.
Revelstoke
Hardware Co., Ltd.   &
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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 V   SIBBALD, PRES.
J. D. SIBBALD, JR., Sec.
Phone 41
NOTES
FROM
NAKUSP
Nalousp, li. C, May as—Mr.       and
Mrs. Loydall of Winnipeg,    are     tho
latest new settlers   to   thu   descent'
L'uy  orchards,  arriving    on     Friday. ]
Iluy  will  siuy  the summer und    prepare  their  land lor their future home
W.E. Somers left on Friday i'or the
Prosbyt-erlan sjnod at Toronto, us
delegate, I'revioiis to his departure a
joint meeting of committees from the '
Methodist and Presbyterian churches |
bail met in connection with the pi*o-
I osed church union, so thai the -delegates might   be instructed.
J.   S.  Morrison  left  for    Vancouver!
on  Saiuiday   io  represent    the      Nu -
ku-|i Lodge No. -IJ at the annual con-
w-niion  ol   lhe  Kn.-ghtS  oe' l'ytliiu-;  ut
- Vani oiivi-r.
'ihe annual inspection of    steamers I
!;,n.l  tugs   look  placo at    Nakusp    tni
li..hi>   uiul  ihe government inspectors  nl   hulls  and   boilers   wci-c      here. '
'lli.-ii-   were   gathered   for   tlie  purpose
lie steamers Bonnlngton and     Uoss •
U nil,     ilie     tti(-s     Whauliau,    Elko, '
Smuggler,      Co.Umbia    and    Dorothy I
Symons,  also the  Domin.ou dredges.
Tenders are being called by Munro!
& Hewitt of Winnipeg for lhe clear-!
in« o" lot numlier o-2 of the Columbia I
valley land--, on the shore of the Ar-:
iow Lakes, for a buyer anl pros-:
pective settler al  an early date.
'lhe Canadian Development com -
I an. Ii;i- t-old live lois of iruit lunil
ni Fcst'haU, and a gang u..de-i thi
foieiiinn-liip of Mr, Powne has gone'
i'p to clear two lots, leaving for Foso
hall l-his week, lhe n-w owner wW
arrive from  Kngland  early  in  Juue.
M. McLean the road superintendent,
v a< in t'jw.-i this week looking after
the seuson's new work.
Mis. Austin and Mit. Drake of Net-
son paid a visit to loun on Friday,
iiU>rr..n, u, Burton the-same day, to
visit t-he former's mother, Mrs. Mas
ters.
R.H. E-aii'd l.-.'t for Kol,-on yester
('ay to bring bae-k from ihat point tbe
provincial government's new launch,
for the use of ihe lire wardens on
the Arrow Lake The boat's head ■
quarters will be at Nakusp. where a
Louse wiil be built for it and moored
at the government wharf site at tlvs
fiot o." Slocan avenue.
The' ia|te a- .\akusp has started    to
ii-e  en'he-r fn-ei   during   the past    fey-
days, now that tho weather is warm.'
It  is now  1)  fe.. t above low     wat.-r.
Pome anticipate rather high water ih»
tirst   week   in  Jan.-.
Preparations will  be- •made tor    N*
kusp's day of -fart-  July i immediately.    It is  cxp.cted   thai   ihis  years'
program will put all previous ones in,
th - l ,. tground.
Flags    were    Hying      from    all   tbu
'"•■■' pt  "ii-..  and  from    all
buildings,   in  honor    of  Empire
clay.
III
Box 734
A WELL
STOCKED PANTRY
■ >r upo
sort ol tains
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Hobson's Grocery
TIRED?
THEN A CUP OF
"BELL  BLEND  TEA
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will refresh vou with its bright, spicy
flavor ami fragrancy. Sold in 1 Ib,
lead packages.
Price, 35c, 40c. and 50c. per Ib.
G. W. BELL
P. O   Box 208
GROCER & BAKER
Phone No. 28
Your
Individuality
Delineated
There is h character ex-
pressed in Tourner Photo-
graphs that arrests attention Models ol' arli-tic
and scientific skill,faithfully reproducing t li.it hide*
finable "something" thai
ma1..--, a photo ii 'Speaking ' likeness.
Whv endure lhe nsu.il
siilie.1 and repressed style
when von cm gci something clifleroul and heller   lor lho same price?
Look Us Up!
The
Trueman
Studio
Ji. Douglas Tournvr
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LINCOLN
DIED A
POOR MAN
New Vor . May 2,"—The bitter let-
lir- which Mis. Lin on, widow of Ab-
,'.,. a i 1 inMoln, wrote more than years
a.,0 when in despair of getting Congress to pass an appropriation for her
a>s stance, were >old at auction yes-
i it-day. Mo-t of the letters went to
dialers for less than $.">u. A letter in
which Mrs. Lincoln offered lo sell a
black la<-e dress, wbich . ost over $2,-
Du, brought *>*10. Th.' most acrimonious letter of all, one in whie-h Mrs.
Lincoln wrote thnt General Grant and
lis wife treated her with "utter heatt
k-sin-s," brought *30, ihe best price
of tho lot.
A letter of Martha Washington, a
simple kindly lettei- to an old friend,
with love, kiss.-s   and remembrances,
sold  for 8300.
NO    MOKE    FAT!
Simple Fat Redu.-ing Treatment —
No n.ore about being too fat, I can
reduce your weight without dangerous
Jrugs or starvation diet. Write for
particulars to Anna Sharp, Edmonds,
British Columbia.
rhe "Ce itler" Sex
DEFENCE
ABUVE
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be   net'   live-   , | , r   >■ <
reed all   records  .-stab!. h--r|  in any like
period in th" hi to. -,-  .*
Berlin,   May 27—Wild scenes enacted
lay     during     the exhibition ol!
I rincess   Victoria Loui-'e's bridal  costume and the we.1.imi; ■ iPse-nts at the
of   *-.•'*.<    Te. see ihe dress of.
3unbea n"  ladies and mod-
-, .-. ihe gowns from   one
Police re-erves    had
estore ordei
fi r i-baos  bad   reigned  for  upward*
an     hour.   Hatpins,  finger nails.
■ e  u • 1 a-  w"ap
■ irfare.
Microbes in Your Scalp
Authorities say that a microbe
causes baldnerr. if you are losing
hair try our remedy at our risk.
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Tokyo,    Mav 27—BJmperor  Yopbibto
in letter, but lhe' Km,pre s Badako
has fallen ill from .old contracted
(luring her long vigil al le-r hu-. -
land's bsd-isde.
Her lllnesfl is not critical, but she
is confined to her apartmenm, nnd
r.n 'he advice of her physielanq will
not alt.-nd tomorrow's meeting of
th<* Rml Cross Society of Japan.
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in (his community '.uiv at our HU.ro:
WALTER   BEWS.
Ilfi'lufolll. Ilrill-I.    1 e.llM.,1.1.
The Jutatt Start
Then, la • Hrull Hi',™ In n-eirly arm town
• re'l div In tbn llniU-d HlftUin, CarmeU «n,l
(Irut nrluta. Thrrti ia * iliffennl llriall
llrtnatly tttr Ufimtty cvrry ordinary hitman III —
aaoh Mtwnially daalnnad fnr th* CWllculW ill
for wbkui It is rfeconuiif-odad.
Tha Kaiall Warn ar* Amrrics'a OrMtMt
Drui Rloraa
Sherwin    TD 0 i n -f o
^A/i1liflms r ainib
We carry a full range of colors in the above, both
for inside and outside work, also floor finishes,
Stains, Varnishes, Oil Turps, Johnson's Wood
I>yes, etc. For best results see that S. W. P. is
marked on the can. Everything in up-to-date
Paint Brushes.
STOVES—A Kootenay or Suskalta Range made by the
largest firm in that business in the Kritish Umpire; will give
more heat on less fuel, lasl longer, look and cook better than
any stove on the market to-day, we can prove this to you.
Camp Stoves, Camp Outfits, Baseball, Lacrosse and Tennis
Goods, Bicycles, Fishing Tackle.
GROCERIES, 1'ruit and Vegetables. We do an ever
increasing trade in these; Quality Coods, Pair Prices, Correct
Accounts.
We Are headquarters for Poultry Supplies, chick food, extra
Grade Wheat, Hay Peed, etc.
BOURNE BROS., LIMITED
GROCERS AND HARDWARE DEALERS
First St, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
EARLY SPRING GOODS
Consisting of every conceivable si/.e and make of
Hats, Cloves, Shoes and Underwear; also a most
extensive stock of Neckiies of every .shade and
style.
We have also a specially fine assortment of samples
for our Spring Clothing Order Dep.irtnieet.
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Fit-Reform Clothing Stetson  Hits Foot-Rite Shoes
	
COFFEE - CHICORY - TEA
Fresh Roasted Brazil, per lb     35c
Fresh Roasted Mocha and Java blend, per lb....   50c
Old Country Chicory, per package       20c
Ceylon Tea, in bulk, 3 lbs. for $1.00
Other teas,   including Tetleys,   Liptons, Ridgwayp,
Silver Spoon, etc. -----
John McIntyre & son
First Street. Telephone No. 93
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Now Is the Time for Fertilizing Your Garden
Have a Car of Fertilizer on Track.
Save money by buying direct from
Car
P. BURNS & GO., Limited
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A Remarkable Expression
of Public Confidence . . .
is shown in the- statement of thia Company tor the fiscal year
endmi; March 31st, 1913. As compared with one year ago, the
following figured are exceptionally interesting:
ASSKTS MARCH .'llm.    1918  |48fl,916.72
ASSKTS MAKCH 31ut, 1-J12  $111,208.CO
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he,wing ii net gain of $345,647.12
TIuh remarkable gain m po-itivc evidence of the convenience and practicability o.' the 0. H. I. C. plan.
NEARLY ONE-QUARTER MILLION DOLLARS LOANED
TO Cii.NTHA(*T HOLDERS at 15 PER CRNT. SIMPLE IN-
TERB8T DURING THE PAST FISCAL YEAR.
If YOU Deutre n Home of Your Own—If you Would Be Independent   of  a  Landlord—Inviee-tlgatc This plan—Now.
The Canadian Home Investment Co.. Ltd.
"Canada's Old Reliable"
Home Ollice:    PACIFIC BUILDING, Second Floor
VANCOUVER, B. C
ReveUloke Office :     -      J. B. WATSON REALTY CO.
■WWBI»TBl»lSl»l»l«l»l»»Wt»l«l«hlal«l«t»lhMklahl»NI«Nl»N»WI BATURDAY, MAY 31at, 1913.
THE MAIL-HERALD,REVELSTOKE
PAGE THREE
J. B. Watson Realty Co.
Six Room Modern House, Corner of Eobson 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 Y ur Listings if You Want a Quick Sale
J.B. Watson Realty Co.
W. H. HOROBIN, Manager.       Local Agency American Casualty Co.
AGENT FOR  PACIFIC  SALES ASSOCIATION, LIMITED.
VICTORIA
APPRECIATES
R. F. GREEN
THE   MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED  I85B
Record of Progress for Five Years—1906-1911
1911b
1911
* 3,000,000       8 4,000,000
3,000000 4,600,000
Capital        -
Reserve    ...      -
Deposits       ....        23,677,730        35,042,311
Loans and Investments -      27.457,090        38,854.801
Total Assets        -      -      -        33,090,192        48,237,284_
Hns 83 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents in all ""
the Principal Cities in the World.
A OENERAL BANKINO BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS  BANK DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Interest allowed at highest current rate.
Revelstoke Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager
MRS. A. G. CRICK.
Infants White Silk Robes, Long and Short
Cream Cashmere Cloaks. White Embroidered Shortening Dresses	
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. KcSOf.LEY, Frcpntlcr.
Strictly Fist Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with  Bath
Union   Hotel
JUST NEWLY REPAIRED
RATES,      .      $1.50 PER DAY
Weekly and monthly rates to l>e arranged.        Meal Tickets, 21 meals lor J6.00
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
A. P. LBVB8QUB, Proprietor
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.   Rates $1 a day.    Monthly rates.
T_   ALBBET     STOUTES      PROP.
..INFANTS APPAREL.
Another consignment in the
above lines just to hand    .    .
Victoria, May 27—Prominent busi -
ness iit n of ilu- city yesterday took
su-ps io put in practical form tbe idea
of extending a welcome and public reception to Mr. G.H. Barnard, M. P.,
aud Mi. R.F. Green, M.I'., on their
arrival in a few days from Ottawa.
Word was iv e,. , Saturday that
\ oth gentlemen, had leit the Inderal
eapital on Saturday, aud one this it ia
cal.-ulatid that tbey will, in i on36
quence, reach tbe city ou Thursday
evening.
While only tentative plans have as
yet been formulated in respect to the
nature of the welcome which Victoria
will extend aa .1 Blight mark of tho
eppreelation whi'h is universally fell
at ihe splendid achievements this session on the part o( the British Colum
bia members at Ottawa, it Is known
that part of the proceedings will con-
t i .e* the attendance at the 0. P. R,
dock iei a large reception committal-,
made up ni representative men from
ihe various ,.iii lie bodies ot the city.
A brass i and will be on hand and
Messrs. Barnard and Oreen, in autos
will be es ort.'d to the steps of Uie
legislative buildings, where an address
will be presented. Later a torch-light
procession will be formed and a tour
mad' oi the principal bus'inesa >ir,'ets
of the citv, prior to accompanying the
members io thir residences,
Cn all -iil.-s the stiKgesrion ihat sonvj
public  recognition should  be  made  of;
the     conspicuous service  which      has
iaan3iab2R?iaEiHaraBEjaiMaraafaMafa
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0. B. N. WILKIE
PROVINCIAL LAND  SURVEYOR
Ofliec: Lawrence Hardware Block
REVELSTOKE, B. O.
W.  H.  WALLACE,   M.B.C.S.A.
ARCHITECT
Box 205, Telephone 313. Revelstoke
	
| ilARVKV,  McCARTER
AND PINKHAM,
Barristers,   Solicitors,   Etc.
Imperial   Bank  Building  Revelstoke, B. C.
Money t.o Loan.
Offices—R«v«l»tok»,    B.   0..     a.d
Cranbrook, B. O.
Geo. S. MeCarter,
K.  M. Pinkham, J. A. Harvey
Revelstoke, Cranbrook
COURT     MT.      BEGBIE,
OP I. O. F.
No.   14(1.
Meets ln I. O. O. F. Hall next to
Tapping's Opera Hoime every second
ind fourth Monday in month. Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.
H. V. MORGAN, C. R.
WM.   8.   CAMERON,   Rec.-Sec.
-1ELKIRK     LODOE 12, 1. O. O. F.
Meet* every Thursday evening in
•Selkirk Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting
urethren  cordially invited.
C. NORTH, N. G.
JAS. MATHIE, Sec.
KOOTENAY     LODGE.  No. i5 A. F.
aud A.  M.
been rendered at Ottawa on behalf nl 	
Liiti-h Columbia in g neral and Vic-! Regular mnetintrs are held in MAS-
toria in parti-ular ih'is session, has 1NTr* TEMPLE. Oddfellows' HaU
met with the heartiest approval. As 'n tbt Third Monday In each month
in'  leadin/j   business  man     yesterday   ** 8 D- m-     Visiting brethren      ar«
put lt: "Why ■',:> i■■ .: iver was an oc-
casiod in the hisiory of the citv when
su b ii agnifir nt wor.; In her inter -
i-ts has been a complished by her fleeted representatives; and in arranging to give Messrs. Barnard and R.F.
Green a rec ption oi their return wm
ate only  d m a iviotis    ob-
1 ition I h ipe the whole town will
turn e. it for *.be o • a-.mi. and ihat
for ones all the people will show that!
they are, in matters where the interests ief tb • citj at,' . on ei ii d. above
all parti-an f.eliu -.''— Colonist.
*ordially  welcome.
J. HI HAMILTON, W. M.
A. G. BROOKER, Secretary.
O. W. O. W.
Mountain View Camp,  No.
Wi.
WRECKED
IN GRAND
CANYON
Tete Jnune Caehe, May 27— Two
large barges, loaded down wiih sixty
tons oi supplies for thc railroad
camps ai Kort George, upset yester -
day while attempting i0 .-hoot the
Grand Canyon ol the Fraser. About
one hundred yards separated ihe two
barges when the attempt was made to
negouate the' dungerou- waters. While
\Tccti Second    and     Fourth Wednes
days    in  each  month   in    Selkirk
Hall.     Visiting  Woodmen  are
cordially Invited to attend
JAMES McINTYRK, O.O.
H. W. EDWARDS, Clerk.
REVELSTOKE LOYAL ORDER
MOOSE No.  1085
Meets     every flrst and third Tues-
.lay   ln Oddfe.lows   Hall.      Visiting;
brethern  cordially  Invited  to attend, j
A. Grant, Dictator.
H. L. Haug, Secretary.
SYNOPSIS   OF COAL MINING
REGULATIONS.
Coal mining rights of the Dominion
in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Algeria, the Yukon Territory, the
travelling at a speed of 30 miles an North-west Territories and in a por-
tour, the br-t barge struck the bank j tion ot the Province of British Col-
about half way through the canyon, \ umbla, may be leased ior a term ol
and  .ii>tanily  turned turtle.   The last   twenty-one years at an annual rent-
barge crashed into the Ursi and aLo
Upset. The the men niaiiu ug each
barge, jumped for iheir I.ves and by
■lin.in-; lo thc wreckage, -ai'ely floated to the eiuiet water below. Out of
the oritin.il Beet ol live hundred scows
whi'h are being built to take supplies
fiom th.' end oi steel to the Port
I ! [Uarters, fifty have so far
successfully negotiated lie damlCan
yon. Th' n-aicrs on the Upper Praser
ai" rapidly  ti Ing a.i.I ei h day it is
I e o i.ill:   i; eer.^    1." e     |    t  ,   | j, s   Ihrn*
th     iiiee.ee    The high water*,     ho •**•
n at i  illy    i sl| ing naviga -
* "ii in tbe ■ th r     ret.h a ,.i lhe river
ul of $1 an acre. Not more than
2,660 acre, will be leased to one applicant.
Application for lease must be made
>y the applicant in person to the
Vgent or Sub-Agent of tbe district
u which the rights applied for are
situated.
The lease will include the coal una
eng rights only, hut the lessee may
*>e permitted to purchase whatever
mailable surface rights may be con
-tidcred necessary for the working ol
lie mine at the rate ol 110.00 an
sera,
In surveyed territory the la.id must
i>e duscrlbed by sections, or legul
sub-divisions of sections, and in un-
siirvcyod territory tbe tract applied
for shall be staked out by the ap -
plicant  himself.
Euch  applicant  must be accompanied by a fee of $:■ which wlll be     re
funded  if  the rights applied  for    ao
•■in.- the city authority to   us-   not  available,  but not otherwise.   A
b a ■ ivii      saving* bank.       The   royalty     shall    be paid on the mer-
Icontrollel      de hu-1 thai   thiH    WOUlid   ebuntahle output of the mine at thn
mak.- possible th" financing of     civic;-"ate of flve cents per ton.
improvement- with thc ciii/.em'    own.    The person operating the mine Bhall
money and claims the .ity is now pay   furnish the Agent with sworn returns
SEASONABLE HARDWARE
At Prices Neiier Before Offered
*•' to the Public of Revelstoke     :-:
We are offering some of the many seasonable and attractive lines and hope to enlarge the impression that we are
ready with the goods that are wanted, as they are wanted,
and at the lowest possible price, consistent with good
quality.
Screen Doors $1.50 to $2.75
"     30c to 45c
Step Ladders $1 to $4.50
Hoes, Rakes, Spades etc from 50c to $1.25
Lawn Mowers  $6.50 to $10 50
"     Rakes     50c
"       Husk         $4.50 to $11  per 50 ft.
Sprinklers 40c up
Grass Cutters $1.50
Alauastine in all Colors
The Famous   MINERVA Paints- -The Best in Canada.
.   SPORTING GOODS of all kinds   .   .
COME IN AND SEE-NO TROUBLE TO SHOW COODS
Revelstoke Hardware Company, Ltd.
Agents for GURNEY'S CHANCELLOR Rarg-s.
(>*0-0<>0-0-0<><><K>0<K><><K>0-CK>0-CK>-6 OO
Bargains Worth While
25 only Boys' Suits 25 Per Cent. Off
25 only Boys' Shoes, Reg. $3.50 Values	
 Now $1.90
100 Pairs Men's Hose, blacks and tans	
 6 Pairs for $1.00
THESE    PRICES   FOR
THIS     WEEK     ONLY
McRae Mercantile Co.
6000000000-000000000000000 o
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros.
Props.
First-Class in all
respects.
All Modern *
Conveniences
RATES, $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Rates
REVELSTOKE. B. C.
Civic Savings Bank
Winnipeg, May 27—Controller Mi.l-
w ntei . ui g li • in Mil,.- - ol tbe Oily
' 0 ini ii to miel in nn application io
the Dominion government foi IcgUla
. . It Mioht Be Cold. . .
BTJT
It is always hot in the plunge at Halcyon Hot SprinffB,
whose natural hot medicinal 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 tlie
greatest scenery of Canada, easy of access,—the Sanitarium is luxuriously fitted and finished for comfort and
convenience of quests.
Haleyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. BOYD, Proprietor, -        Halcyon. Arrow Lakes
n •   eeo  much  Ioi
, da-ion.
financial a<* omtno
Read 'Mail-Herald'* SALES AND WANTS for Snaps
Laving ItN       UPOO the bravery    of
his act,  Mr.  A.  K.  Steveni,  assistant
general <uperintand«nt ol tii»- r.ritiah
Columbia division of thc C.P.R., re -
■ently prem-nted Mr. ,1.11. Min.1 iir with
■ h" |Ue for $5(Mi im Ix-hall ol tho
railway oomp&ny,   t*w   the reward
oflrred by the' company for minima -
tion leading to tbe arrest ami i onvic-
tion of Wilson, thc bandit, who held
op train No. 2 bc-twe-n Vancouver uud
Hastings on tbc night ol Dt-cembur 7,
iMt
accounting for the full quantity ol
merchantable coal minod and pay the
royalty thereon. If the coal mining
rights are not being operated, tucb
returne ebould be furnlihed at leaet
once a year.
For full Information application
should be made to tbe Socretary of
the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to tbe Agent or Hub-Agent
of Dominion Lande.
W. W. OORT.
-u. tsu
ShrlohM
The   family   ramedy   for   Coufhi   end Cold.
"Shiloh coiU ia  little   end doei   to much I'
JUST OPENED UP   UNDER  NEW   MANAGEMENT
The Kootenay Brewery
Manufacturing
ALE      PORTER      LAGER BEER
A. COLARCH, PROP.
RtVtLSTOKE, B. C.
a
<?r—GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER—■**?>
j PAGE FOUR
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, MAY 31st, 191J.
Che 'inail-lberalfc
COHLIHHKn   WKUNKHHAY   AND
BATCTBDAV  AT
REVELSTOKE.  B.   C.
•Htccriof ipul>lt3l.tlno Companv,
Limited
J.  K.  JOHNSON,   Manager.
RALPH  G.   BORDTON1,   Kditor
Just Arrived, in Great Variety, our Complete Stock of
Screen Dooms
See the Latest in these Lines
Thr> Combination Screen and Storm Doors
Beautiful  in Design and Workmanship
Screen Windows
35c to 75c
Screen wire
All Sizes from 2-1 inches to 42 inches Wide
SPRING HINGES
DOOR SPRINGS
DOOR CATCHES
DOOR HANDLES
<pNiojrfJWjAg):.
,'M
SATURDAY, MAY 3l8t,  1913.
The    Liberal     convention has corns
! anil gone;  ere  these lines appear     in
' print most of our visitors     will     ba
speeding  back to tht-ir homes  through
out   the   province,   From   the   opinion
given direct  io the editor of this pa-
' per  and  gathered  in    a general   way
from among the     'delegates,    nll WCre
well  satisfied  with   their  ree-eption anil
ireatment at Revelstoke,
'lb- weather num was more than
Und, and favored the convention with
glorious sunshine during the cntiiu
three days of the gathering. Revel
stoke, which hail put on its best dress
was tlni^ seen to the greatest ailvan •
lage, mid the beautiful weather still
further enhanced the natural beauties
of the scenic setting in which our city
nestles.
Revelstoke hns never done itself bet
tir or presented a more eniicing {ace
lhan in the past three days and this
lombiuaiion of good fellowship
natural attraction constituted a
a.l\erti-'rm;n. ior Revelstoke
district..
j**-*
NEW SPRING GOODS
ami
tine
and
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 $2.50.
Women's Spring Hosiery
Women's   White Underwear.
Ladies' Mouse Dresses
Re*. $4, $3, $3-to clear at $2.00.
Millinery!
Millinery
Spring Wash Goods
O ir stock Never Better.    Prices
marked down from 40c. and 35c.
Now              2er'c.
Millinery
We are keeping  in touch with
the Eastern Market.     You can
depend upon the latest styles,
REID & YOUNG
s Slml hj  Paul .1. K.-f n"v   Shown in llic Moi on Pictures
y'a African Hunt.   Coming fe, the Bmpress Theatre, Friday
.ind Saturday, June nth and Tth. 1913
r.\\
1 nesday, June 3, 1913
. •■:  AMATEUR PRAMATIC    CLUB    WILL   PRE
SENT THE THREE ACT    FARCICAL    COMEDY
"CONFUSION"
IN THE EMPRESS  THEATRE
CAST   OF   CHARACTERS:
Our readers have before them in this
issue a fairly complete report of thu
proueedin ;s at the Liberal convention
and will be alile for themselves to
judge o' the (•''•neral :rend of thc Liberal   party in  British   Columbia.
A kc.n anil experienced observer
presenl at ihe contention siuinys
c niiiii nol help hut be struck by a
gMini ne ditVrcnce of opinion, which,
bowtf.er, well disguised, make?' itself strongly felt fonninj indeed the
real governing currents of the gathering. This ditferen e may broadly b'i
,|i.-V*ri.,eJ as the cleavage between the
very moderate Liberal element) the old
Stand pat nn.l.He .lass Grit anl the
si.r ing against their domination of
ihe younger very radical section oi
the  party in  the pro.ince.
The-   o'd   I.ib'i'al   party   leaders      are
engaged in the hopele-s task of keeping these distinct    parties pulling together  and ai   the  name  time  retaining their own place   a-  the drivers ol
e.  Ill mat li m1  a   • am,   < n   the    on'
ide   land the "old war hordes ofthe
party"  <li credited by an  unparalleled;
of  'tnai-hing     defeats sustained
at the ban.is oi the B.   C. electorate,
n? to con-
'. tegy  of    ihe
Pro .-incial 1 On tbe oth-
are  the new  younger el
ink   .ef the over-
•
■• i a   into
nw.
«o:n
:
.• rlas-'
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r EMPRESS
< THEATRE
J
THE SENSATION OF THE IIOl'K
i PAUL J. RAEKEY'S AFRICAN fiUNT
MARVKLOUS    MOTION    PICTURES
IT'S PLEASANT
TO BE SERViD
sei prompt'y anl perfectly ns >u et,
at this restaurant Anil the sei viee i*
only a li retaste of
THE FINE MEAL YOU WILL I N,0Y
It i- e-aiel that the wav to a man's
heart 19 thr meii lis ^i, tn ch We are
sure  to r a b  yours  it  you ll  drop  in
..Il'l   try   eeUe    leu] <,(   f   r• H     ],e    f ■   |    ', '•'
tuels. per fee lv «. ■ ■■ U ■< 1 and perfectly
sirv.'il, will (jiii your Irientlship, we
ate al s lu'.ely -.-re ol vour.-..
WINDSOR    CAFE
A. li.  1111 AKisiin M iimgei*.
Moi Mu     leford  >... . w.J W   B
Chri -    .       Blizzard    ... \v.  m.  Lawr
ry   H.   Gordon
Dr. Bartholomew J nes   ..... ;■■   ■*   i
James  -,\.,-:
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P.O-e   *'   M
MUe  Lucretia Ti-kl   y  	
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ACT     I.- D ,i * ng  I*. om   il   Jer    •   Lodge,   M i
A' 'T If.—The  S . ternoon).
I - Tb    Same — (evening T
STAGE DIRECTOR  -TOM tfORT   S
General Admission. 50c,    Reserved Seats. 75c.
if il.e : al C. R. M.i don il :'    Di ig an 1 Book
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ed io ihe campaign fund to donate $10
housand dollars will be
rnbers ol tb ■ .1 ill.r.'iit
red   lhal    ibis ran   be
•■-   ne     de nun- ,,i    assisting
:.ut ion with any
(ollowing   solicitors:
. E.   Kincaid,
committer,     T.
n, Wm   Laurence
:.   VV.     II.   W.ll -
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-J.M.  Ma'Kay,
J   bi v  Blackball,
Ji hn   Purvis,  111.'
Stuart, T.
ind. I    •! .'.   i.e.   w. Wood
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Iman, Tho ,  I
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«•       Reserved Seats, 50,:.    General Admission, 25c        {
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CANADA'S BES"
A REAL HOME
of your own just whore you want it anil
just as you want il would lie sonic better
than paying rent, wouldn't it?
OUR REAL ESTATE
lists offer many suggestions for houses,
new anil old, town and country, as well
.is vacant lots am! business property.
Call ami talk Real Bstate to us.
KOOTENAY AGENCIES. Ltd,
A. E. Kincaid, Manager.
Lunil)
ermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,
Rivelstoke, B. C
•e  the
'
n th
■    I"   low
I ef'ire Inn ini; yonr outfit '■! working clothes
(of the bush.    I   make a
ipei la ty    of    Logging
Slmes, I'ants. Sox. ShirtH
Blankets and evei yibltlg
reouireet in vi .r l.u. mt-.i
Y.M.C.A
R. Z. CRAWFORD, Contracting Painter
SIGN PAINTING AND ALABASTINE DECORATING
A    SPECIALTY.    SATISFACTION   GUARANTEED
SHOP IN CUMMINGS TRANSFER BLOCK,
SECOND    STREET
REVELSTOKE,  D. C.
Legal Forms
for every purpose are printed
and stocked by the Mail-Herald
8lnglo Ooples Sold.      Rennonanle PrloM
CAMPAIGN
PROGRESS
'i   VI ('   \     Kern   h     Ip  I
Tlm wm k of i hn   atnpai •
coming mm
iiy poini; ahead,
our aim i very one
Mr. J.M, Dudley,
road    crreinry in
I.'it   te.   i compli b
mimt do vihPii part
International rail
moro ih in plea m t\
with lhe iiiti'ie t Irf-ini; taken In thn
camimii-n by lhc railroad men anil cil
i/enn.   We have reached tlie   hall way
fe'     on        ,       'i al   luiiin
e  | ■!        I  '   Ml.   I
leal re.
•     K   ni i     f lii'i   lijinnr.   St.
I-    nr:   Halt; rlarterfl - r, ,„,, 9 p m,
Jnn.   6th  anil  7lh    Paul   (talney, Afri-
-■ ti Hunt  Pictui      EDmprei   theatro
.f ti if /■'<  The    "i'n ■ ei   By" at    the
ffrtiprean »h^nt 1 •■
.lune      '    ' t'nla Tom'l  I'nbin"
Bnpreu theatre
Come mnl b"ik nt our Triangle Sail
inuis   guaranteed lor ever.
PRICE   b LB. IRON, $3.90
A. G. DUCK
K.itimntcs given free.
IN USE 40 Y£'-RS
GOOD THEN    BETTER NOW
Perfect Scale, Purity of Tone, Susceptibility ol Touch, Beauty of Finish, Workmanship nud Durability, 1
OUR PLAYER PIANOS
with human-like control contains all the
latest improvements anil ileviees. They
are perfect ill t eiic, artistic in ilesifjn
and capable of ^iviuc, life-long service.
WE INVITE COMPARISON
The very be-t material ami the liest
skill.that money can secure are employed in their construction.
McKenzie Ave., Revelstoke, H.C.
Head Office and Factory, Toronto, Ont.
Phone, 262
FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL
It nikM 110 difference whut you Qg\irc od
plnntliitf tliis wnson—we enn supply you.
Ind witl) tlie finest qu.tllty of odrsory stock
ever grown.
All trws, plants, fines, berries, sbruhn,
evergreens, roiOl, etc., soltl by us aro guar-
teed
TI1UE TO  NAME
■  will  pay -ron  to pet In  touch  wllh us.
vi;rtY PLANTER NEEDS oi'R BOOK—
ANDSCAPE GARDENING
8c   WHAT TO  PLANT'' v
32 PAGES, ICtf(STAMPS)
IVAl-Ljey
IIURSERIESLti)
iy RICHARD M?C0MB,GEHIMGR
IlBOX. A. ALDERGR0YE.B.C. SATURDAY, MAY 31st, 1913.
THEIMAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGE FIV«
During This Month There
Wiil be Plenty of Bargains Displayed in This
Store, Watch for Them
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. £. ftume $ Co.. limited
Watch Our Windows for
Special Lines and Bargains During This Month
Look at Price Tickets.
Bungalo Nets and Scrim
NEW BUNGALO NETS anil Curtain Scrim?, a lovely
lot to choose from. These are scarce goods. Wo
have founil p. big demand for them this season, at
the  popular Prices 25».
A Good Line of Carpets
We have a few lots of good Tapestry and Brussels Carpets hy the yard. We want, to clear these, if you
buy Two Yards we will give yoll the next Yard for
nothing, if you huy Six Yards you get Two Yards
Free.     Look into   ihis Bargain
Ladies' Handkerchiefs
A- soon ns you step off the elevator, look for the bargain tn Ladies Ha'teichiefs. A lovely lot of Pure
Medow  Bleached plain 0:11 is, Selling at  5c.
A  Select Lol of Fancy  Handkerchiefs  selling at   10c.
Very Fancy Ladies Handkerchiefs that were 50c and
75c, for 25c, nn.l sonic H'al Lace. Pure Linen Cen
tres  that  were  $1.50, for  75c.
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  C&, 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
Coats for Children
Cute little Cream Cashmere and Cream Serge
Coats for children, 1 to 4 years; some
braid and others embroidery trimmed,
pretty and comfortable.    At each $1.90
Ladies Afternoon Dresses
Lovely creations in Linens and Wash Cottons,
a big list to choose from the swellest
showing we have ever attempted yet.
From §3.75 to    $10.00
Umbrellas!  Umbrellas!
YOU CAN GET THEM AT ANY PRICE
YOU WANT TO PAY FOR THEM
FROM $1.00 TO $15.00
n's  Furnis
Department
f.
^
N the years we have been handling LOth Century Brand Garments we have never had such
fine  clothes from these famous   tailor shops
ns we are showing this Spring.
They are smartly styled, beautifully tailored
and produced in the choice of the   worlds best
fabrics.
We are exclusive agents.
PRICES :   ggQ TO ggg
FRIDAY BARGAINS
MEN'S WORKING BOOTS at a price which will make any
man take notice. All pegged or standard screw. Genuine
solid leather.    All sizes from G to 11.     Bargain Price   82.25
PANAMA   HATS
The latest New York styles, direct from the blockers of New
York City. It is safe to say such values were never shown in
the city. Let us demonstrate to you that we can give you
becter goods at less money. ....
PRICES, 85.00 TO 815.00
MEN'S   OXFORDS
The "Regal" Oxfords are made on Oxford lasts and fit the foot
properly. No slipping at the heels, no unsightly gaps at the
instep. All the new up-to-the-minute styles, including the
new receding toe. Black patent leather, tans, gunmetals are
all here.   ALL WE ASK IS TO SHOW YOU.
:=^
PRICES, 84.00 TO 86.00
J
Oun Grocery and Crockery" Department
Crosse & Blaekwells Marmalades
Orange, 4 and 7 lb. tins; Orange, 1 and 2 lb. bottles; Lemon, 1 and 2 lb. bottles: Mandarin
1 and 2 lb. bottles.
ROBERTSON'S Golden Shred. 1 and 2 lb. Bottles;   Tangerine, 1 and 2 lb. bottles;   Ginger,
1 and 2 lb. bottles.
NOEL'S Fig, 1 and 2 lb. bottles.
DEADMAN'S HONEY L&r,Jc.aler8,.65°': Bo.t,les'.40c': B°«le\35c
Something Extra Choice in   Fruits
Hunt's Peaches, sliced, in Tins
Hunt's Peaches, halfs,
Hunt's Apricots, halfs,     "
Hunt's Royal Anne Cherries, in Tins
Hunt's Pine Apple.
VINELAND Greengages. Lombard Plums,
Strawberries, Raspberries, Peaches, Pears,
Cherries.
SEEDS
Flower Seeds, in bnlk 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
A <t» »t' $ 't' '!■ ■!' 'I''!»'I' ♦<t"$»4H$M$»4$» 'ft '3>'!' 'I1 '$' •$ 'I' 't1 'fr 'I' «I» 'ft *&*& 'I' »3* 'ft'!»'fr $
I Specials for Friday Only For Picnics f
Lemon and Orange Marmalade, (small jars)  5c
Crosse & Blackwell's Sour Pickles,  (small bottles)  20c
Stephen's Sweet Pickles, (small hottles)  15c
Armour's Boneless Chicken  40c
*
mi .•£, .j*. A ,'t'. ."t'l ,'t» t~t. .l'i i"t% e^t »Tj tti iti iti l't. ili it* it* ii'i l't* itt *Ti iTt t"t. l't. tTi tti .\t. iT* iT* it* i"tt it* iti i'ii Jj
T+rrj7 <X y.1 ij,i i,|,i ij,i ij.1 "X1 <X' ■j,*1 px* 'X1 'X X X X  * X X 4*   "'X 'X' 'X X 4- X X  *  X' X 'X '*' 'X 'X v
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 PA PER—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.
J PAGE SIX
THE MAIL-HERALD REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY. MAY 31st, 1913.
THE WISE MEN
VESTMENTS NO
MAKING THEIR
REVELSTOKE
t^ms^ssssEBSxsssBssma
The BOOBS are looking for pastures green and the Pot of Gold at the end
of the Rainbow. The BOOBS will be looking for ages while the Wise Men
are Riding on Easy Street, through their Home Town Investments.
BE A WISE MAN  and  see my Listings of HOUSES in all parts of the
City for sale on easy terms.
LOTS in the North, South, East and West on Easy Terms of Payment.
BUSINESS BLOCKS and Sites on the Business Streets.
ACREAGE in large or small blocks.
My Offices are Opposite
e Ave. and Second St,
T.JGHNSG
rj^«ni..i.:/.Tiiff jaM^.-Tr;^mTi^^"vi»Br.*,^rj'j;r.j;.:T-^iruii»jia
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evelsto
state, Timber, Mining
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.. Ltd.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.
Manufacturers of Aerated Waters
"CO-OPtRATE"
OHGHARDiSTS
WATCH WORD
WINES
LIQUORS
CIGARS
Agents for Calgary Beer
WALTER WHITBY
High Class Decorator
Painting and Paper Hanging
KALSOMIMNG. STAINING. URMSHIM.. ETC.
Residence   ■   Victoria Road
Those    who   ore lami.iar wiih    the
•: iwing in Cana la,
ire  that  single handed it    has
• ;.   . lit  yes almost impos ■
• ..■;   ii    rchardmg
, and that only Bince
.:...   ..   toons :j   °
■ industry   i -
:.- at   and
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of proeliieiion.
I i Tee encourage thrift iu the fruit
grower, and economy, intelligence, ou-
terprlse aud honesty iu tho packing!
grading and marketing oi fruit. ,
i el i To make it possible for s num
bei of small growers to establi-h a
commercial standing that will be a
guarantee toi grade marks oi contracts.
e"e To act as a credit organization
io make' advances' on products in tho
process ol being sold.
Dealing with the labor problem,
which confronts every kind oi farm-
It is -hown ihat Nova Scatia gro-
\v. ms ilu outh their central association
:n 19-11 were able to take care of a
crop   twice  t In-  usual size.
Beside the other great advantaged
oi o . and i-oud prices secur
ed for fruit the  bulletin cites the sav-
I i'ii  iu  buying    sup
plies.    Tie .,.,1 a list of the pur-
cha-' •■       c  ity in whieh the man
made a saving of i
year on goods    whi<-h
175,000 and    In- j
tckage ,    praying equippment
fertilizei  ,   drain   tiles,
|
ii I  ts  bulletin  No.
•    F tl Cold      ota -•' I lorn
■ id      foi   .'-neral
; ition   Bi an.
nent    .:   agri   ilture,
i
Thc Kevelstoke Boot. Shoe and Harness
Repairing Department
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
MAKERS    OF    FINE    WELT    SHOES
The Btyle, the- workmanship anr] wear
Anil comfort born of every pair;
Of 20th Century welts that's sold
Will draw new trade, and hold the old.
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer      Draying
Handling Pianos a  Specialty
Phone 42  -    Night Phone 85
E. G. BURRIDGE & SON
Plumbers and Tinsmiths
Repairs,    Hot Air and Furnace
work a Specialty
—WORK   8HOP
Oonnaught Av*.   -   Ravolatok*
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in thi '  '
u    tree e ti ally      every
itandi '
Ian ap] ■•      the
■  ,1    ,n i methods of co opi
. leai lv  bi oi   b1   oul   bul   t.he rultpint
agea being derived tb
i Inai Ij    how a    The aim* of   o opw >
lum ai  upplied   to  the   friii'   iailiHtry,
are enumeiatod .i   follow ,,
(ai To liii«>' fruil producU nt* dir
ootlj n« possible from the produoer to
the eon-itimer.
(hi   To encourage (ho beBt. methods
Brownlee Elected
■ ei   (bo
.   ".iish  &
eia and  Do -
n
■
Bingham's Music Store
7\. £    ftanraaanintUta Inr
B- C. Representative for
Come Early
and Get
First Choice
I
Piano Tuning
and Repairs
a Specialty
■    D : <e:       'he'
el, |  „,||.|
nfflcia      ol Iflca -
.   wire thia
illy     ui i.i       I
i      u     ■      ,,i t he i  ; ■ ■
it each pro-
■ ■ ■      A .ii     Dominion   I tadi,
11' ni from
imong   Im  members of the D.L.S, A«-
■   ition i'n  'imi  provinoe,
Mr. Brownlee who I* lhe Brsi repre
' ative  for   British   i '(ihimliia, ele rt-
• •ii  nt'1"'  keen competition, I  on    of
lhe bofll  kinown   mrveyore in tin1 West
i nml mighl  in' e iii-inml iu dean of ihu
profession e>n the mainland,   lie was
.,( one time partner of Um late Mr. R.
Ifi.  Young,     D.L.S.) for many    yearB
{■bi.f geogoapher for Ouuada.
MUSIC FOR THE MULTITUDE
Take advantage of an exceptional opportunity. Call and inspect
the large stock of Mandolines, Violins, Cuitars, Aooordeons, Piccolos,
Flutes, Hulti-Flutos, Harmonious, Sheet Music, Albums, Player
Piano Rolls, Silk Piano Drapes, Etc, Selling at Eastern Trices.
Edison Phonographs and Victor Cramophones with Cood Stock of
Records. Also 2(10 Edison Wax Records selling at 40c. to clear.
(Usual price, 65c). Ask for New Edison Catalogue.
McKENZIE AVENUE,   Revelstoke, B. C.   Phone 262
000<><KH><)<>a<HHK><H>00<><><>000<>i
o Imperial Bank of Canada
O Head Office—Toronto, Ontario.
9 Capital Subscribed            - 6,000,000.00
I Capital Paid Up              -      - 6,770,00o.00
<5 Reserve        .... 6,770,000.00
0 Total Assets,        ■      - $72,000,000.00
Branches or Agents al all principal points In Canada,
Agents in Greal Britain and United States London, England,
Lloyds Bank, Limited. Chicago Firsl National Bank, Corn Exchange National Hank. Seattle Seattle National Bank. San Fran-
liscie Wells Fargo Nevada National Hank. Spokane Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of $1 and upward, received, and interest allowed at
current rate from date ol deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
6<KH>0<HKKK><K)<HKK>-0<>00<><><HK><)
Dominion Security Co., Limited
OF REVELSTOKE, B. C.
beg to announce that they have opened up offices at the
corner of First Street and Connaught Avenue for the purpose of handling real estate, timber, etc. It will pay you to
call and uet particulars, and Ket in on ground floor prices.
We also make a specialty of listed property.
A. McRae,
President.
T. Kilpatrick,
Sec.-Treasurer
P, O. Drawer No. 4.    Telephone No. 321. SATURDAY, MAY 31st, 1913.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGE  SEVBH
BEWS   DRUG  STORE
Household Rubber Gloves, per pair 75c and $1.00
Rexall Celery and Iron Ionic     $1.00
Rexall Nerve Tablets       5Dc
Rexall Hypophosphltes    $1,00
Rexall Sarsaparllla     $1.00
Rexall Cod liver Extract    $1,00
Remember that every Rexall preparation
is fully guaranteed to give satisfaction or
your money is returned.
BEWS The^&XaZl Store
Howson C& Co., Ltd.
Furniture, Carpets and Linoleum at Eastern Prices, Freight
codded.
Howson C& Co., Ltd.
mm
DOMINION
ROYAIMAIL
I STEAMERS
LAHCE5T 5TEAMER5 ^CANADA
SAILING EVERY TUESDAY FROM
MONTREAL        QUEBEC LIVERPOOL
New S.S. Laireitic. .(15,000 Tons). .New S.S. Megantic
First-Class-592.50.      Second-$53.75.     Third-$32.50
S. S. Teutonic
58J feet long.
Twin Screw
Steamers
S. S. Canada
514 feet long.
Only One Class Cabin (II) $50.00 and Up
and Third Class $31.25 and Up, Carried
For Sailings, Illustrated Booklets, etc., apply to
COMPANY'S   OFFICES
61) SSSOND AVESUE, .NEAR CHERRY ST., SEATTLE]
C. P. R. Ticket ]Agent, Revelstoke
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 done by the West Kootenay Steam
Laundry.   Regular collector and delivery service.
WEST KOOTENAY STEAM LAUNDRY
Phone 80
EARL BARRACLOUGH, Manager.
L. E.GRIFFITHS
Hay, Grain and Feed
Office :
Cumming's Transfer Co.'y
Second Street
G. W. HALL,
Manager
S. S. Revelstoke
During low water season
steamer leaves City Wharf
6 a. m. every Tuesday and
Friday for La Porte and
way ports, returning same
day.
Freight and passenger
rates made known on application;
f. Swanson,
Phone—57
Purser
TREES, PLANTS
AND BUSHES
Now is the time to secure your be<1-
iling plants, fruit and ornamental
trees or berry bushes. We also have
a few rose bushes.
HEVELSTOKE
NURSERIES
PHONE 56
WOULD-BE
LEADER
PASSES
The leadership aspirations of Hon.
William Pugsley, who for Bome timo
past has bten trying to oust Sir Wil-
frid Laurier, have been annihilated.
The Pugsley bubble was punctured by
Dr. Michael Clark, the militant free
trade radical from Red Deer, and the
ex-MinWter of I'ublic Works was humiliated in a drastic manner which has
ro parallel in the history of Canad -
itn political life.
It came about this way: Mr. Carroll
the Liberal member (or South Capo
Lrcton     was  speaking  on   the  naval
j bill  the tirst day  the new rules liinit-
I ing speakers to twenty minutes became operative. Mr. Carroll had finished lu- twenty minutes and was pro
c.i,lin:: wile n the Chairman called him
to ord r, remarking that his time had
expired. Mr. Borden suggested, as a
matter ol courtesy that Mr. Carroll
might continue his remarks with tha
■ unsent  oi the  House.
The following i> the Hansard report
of what followed.
Mr. Pugsley:—"There is no rule;
Mr. Carroll ean continue his remarks
as a matter of right."
Mr. Borden:—"] understand there is
a definite rule of the House on this
subject, and 1 do not thin'c that my
hon.  friend's (Mr. Pugsley)  mode    of
[ treating what I intended to be a cour-
teous suggestion, is very commendable."
".Mr. Pugsley:—] seriously believe
there is no I lading rule. There was a
resolution carried by the majority, in
which tl..' minority had no opportunity to muke anendments or suggestions,! say it i< not a rule of this
House, but simply a tyrannical resolution of a Minority of this House."
Dr. Clark (Red Deer):—"I think the
Prime' Minister is. as usual extremely
courteous, I totally disagree with the
hon. gentlemen from St. John (Mr.
Pugsley) when he says there is no rule
The niles have been passed, and they
are uow the legal rules by which
deba e i- conducted in this House. I
totally disagree with my hon. friend."
Later on in the debate Mr. Nesbitt,
of North Oxford allied hims'elf with
Dr. Clark in opposing tbe Pugsley poliey that ru'e.- of the House should
be ignored if they were not to the lik-
i ing of members 0f the oppositeion.
This publi. -nub on the part of Dr.
Clark and Mr. Nesbitt heralded the
passing of Pugsley from the battle for
'leadership.   And   through  it  all      Sir
What This Sectional Fire-
pot Means to You
These are some of thc advantages of tiro Sunshine
Furnace. Our agent will be
pleased to show you others,
or write for booklet.
The "Sunshine" has a
straight-sided semi-steel
firepot, extra heavily ribbed and made in two
sections. The two sections
allow for contraction and
expansion-which prevents
cracking. The heavy ribs
and semi-steel give extra
strength and added radiating surface. Ashes cannot
adhere to the straight sides
which assures an all-over
clear fire. This means the
greatest heat from the
fuel consumed.
I.
arys
SlillShine Furnace
London    Toronto    Montreal     Winnipeg   Vancouver    St. John, N.R.
Hamilton     Calgary     Saskatoon     Kdmonton 334
Sold by Bourne Bros , Ltd.
Wilfrid  Laurier  -'at      with    impas-'ive
PRACTICAL
KUAU TO
PHOFITS
The old folks are never lonesome—they always
have company when there's an
Edison Phonograph
on the table.
For them and the young folks, the scope of the new Blue
Amberol Records includes everything, from old
time favorites to present day tunes—popular and
classical.
The real fun and enjoyment afforded by an
Kdison Phonograph is unequalled by any other
instrument made. A call on your Edison dealer
will convince you.
Thorn.. A. EdUon, lac. lOOLakulda Ave., Or.nic N. J.. U. S. A.
A complete Une of Edi.on Phonographi and Record* will be found at
JOHN  BINGHAM'S
Almost every dairy farmer who com   j"
mences to weigh aud sample bis c0ws ! |
i milk  in di'.idiial'ej   says at  the end    of
j a few months "I tind some in my herd
\'.tie' kept at a loss." Some men find
only  one  or  twu  cows, other     -tate
; that thej  found too many in the herd
I play a losing ttaiue,
What does this mean: Ju-t this:—
that de-rite all the experience gained
from years of practical dairying, the
farmer find- that in order to become
thoroughly practical' he must requis.
ition the aid o: dairy rccordsl Neither the cows appearance nor the owner's knowledge of some short period
yield of milk (extraordinary aa that
y;ll may have been for a day, or one
w.ek, or a month) will testify with
certainty to each individual cow's" ability to pay her way for the whole
year. Cow testing provides a simple
and eminently practical way ol discovering, not only il each cow pays,
hut, which cows pay the most profit
on the twelve months' transaction of
feed consumed, and milk and far produced. Tho-e large-profit cow- are
revealed only by practical cow testing
Cow-' are apt to 'heat the unaus -
pe. ting dairyman unless he keeps tab
on th'- performance 0f each one. Many
'dairymen have found this out to their
utter a-tonishment and regret. Don't
take chance- with your herd, be certain that each cow pays; it pays you
find out. Individual eow records help
the practical farmer to build up a
profitable herd.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
SWIFT'S . . .
Blood and Bone
FERTILIZERS
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd,
WATER    NOTICE.
For a License to Take and Use Water
Notice is hereby given that Tho
Canadian Pacitic Railway Company ol
Montreal and Vancouver, will apply,
for a license to take and usq two
cubic feet per second of water out oi
a stream three-quarters of a mile west
of Kevelstoke station, which flows in
a southerly dire tion through and
within a portion of Hevelstoke Town-
site, and empties into Columbia river
near Revelstoke. The water will bo
■diverted at a point one-quarter mile
from C.P.R, main line and will ba
used for Industrial purposes on tha
land described aa Canadian Pacifies
Railway Company- station groundsj
at Revelstoke.
This notice was posted on tho
ground on the' 21st day of May, 1'J13.
The application will be filed in the
office of the Water Re.-orde'r at Revelstoke.
Oh ieet ions may be tiled with the said
Water Recordei or with the Comptrol
le r of Water Rights, Parliament Bu.ld
ings,   Victoria.  B.C.
Canadian Pacific Railway Company;
Applicant. By O. W. Dateman,
Agent, Vancouver, B.O.
NOTICE.
The public ar,- hereby notified not
to give any credit of nny kind or description to my wife Flossie Sherman
,er h r order from this date on. as 1
em about to apply for a divorce from
my said wife.
Jack  Sherman.
Revelstoke, B.C., May 23, 1913.
1st issue M.23 4t
NOTICK
Notice is hereby given that at the
next meeting of the Board ol Licencing Commissioners for the City of
Revelstoke to be held next after *.he
expiration of thirty day- from the
date hereof ap; lieation will he made
f( r permission to Laughton and Tapping to trans.er to John C. Laughton
of Revelstoke the hotel license to sell
liquor by retail now held by Laugh -
ton and T.i; ! in_- in respect of tbe
premises at Revelstoke known as tbe
Windsor Hotel.
Dated this 1st day ol May, 1913.
Lauehton and Tapping.
Per J. Clayton Tapping, John C.
Laughton, st iss, May 3 lm.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given tbat at the
next regular meeting of lhe Board of
Licensing Commi-sioners for the Citj
oi Revelstoke to be held after the expiration of thirty days from the Jate
nereof, application will be made by
the undersigned for permission to
John Caley to transfer to J.C. Tap-
! in.; the Hotel License to pell liquors
by retail at the premises known as tbe
City Hotel Revelstoke, B.C.
Dated this 2nd day of May, 1913.
John Caley, hy Ms attorney in fart,
W.  H. Pratt.
J. C. TAPPING.
May Tth. 30d.
SMYTHE'S
Plymouth Rocks
EGGS FDR HATCHING
BARRED    ROCKS  	
Eihil.ition   Strain    $5.M
PARTRIDGE    ROCKS 	
Exhibition  Strain   ».©•
WHITE   ROCKS  	
Exhibition   Strain    IJ.M
BUFF   ROCKS 	
Exhibition    Strain  ».80
Second Peu Barred Rocks  J3.09
■ Per Setting of 1"> Bggs)
My Barred White Buf! Rock* have won
wherever     shown   at both Provincial
Showi I  won    S*.i  Prizes       :       :      ;
~T(K*K  FOP. SALE.
ROY  SMYTHE
REVELSTOKE
——
LET   US   DESIGN   YOUR   STATIONERY
The NtitiuK nf a btulittti houee i" unu We offer j 'ipefl terrlre,  print
reflected in it* lUtl -ry. It PaTI wail-Hernia ^ ,,,,, i,,,,,,,, „., Ihl| ,.„, notib)   l""
iciiiav-Kthe html tlmt'* going.  We •■''J^J*,• Tolbebril lelertlofl ol | ■•
trm- ><>u ih- hij*tii*-t '| ii iin \ at Rm Electric Preee type we eilil nriglnejlti end mm tt:
InweHt price.    I i> ■•■ i ■■' "11 . '<■ • 111 m uf ih"4i|(n --iii'l rftpil deliver)
%l
Aft.r many ionsultations with Herbert E. Burbidge, Hudson's Bay stores
ommissioner at Winnipeg, the directors of the company have ducided to
prepare plans for a collosal new departmental store in Winnipeg for its
Portage avenue site. Tbc new structure will cover the entire lengtb ot the
Portage avenue frontage betwoen
Raughan and Calooy streets, a diR-
tanee of 156 feet, a»d at thu start will
lie six floors in height, although the
foundations will be put ln to carry IJ
ttoriee.
Asserting that 126,000)000 had been
pledged for the purchase of Lower Cal
ifornia from the Mexican government
by a group of American capitalists, W.
J. McCSimpHCy, a, large properly own-
ei at Punta Manila, across the bay
from Knsenada, Lower California said
last w<"ek that the deal will ho consummated and annexation to the United States would be agitated immediately afterward. He Rays the plan
was' favorably considered by the late
President Madero, but tbat some difficulty witb tbe Huerta regime is fear
ed. He declined to -tate who the
group of oapitallStfl ate Discussing
thc report, Mexican Con-ul Leon
Gomes stated that before sucb a huge
deal co'ill be transacted the constitution of Mexico would have to be am*-
ended and n vote of tbe people of
Lower California showing a majority
ID favor of annexation would bave to
le obtained.
&MILOM
pickly stopi cought,  eurta  ooldi. and  belli
Jm throat aod luagt.        ::        »       ta emu.
THE PLANS for go.*] plumbing ehffer
from thc ordinary kind. You may not
lx- able te. -Kite the difference, but every
good pluml>er knows. OUR PLANS
include only material* that will give
lasting satisfaction ami wi.tkinanship
that will prove durable.
No matter how important or how unimportant the job may W. wr never
•light any detail of PLUMBING WORK.
UKUTOH PLLMIIIE Ul dflJHG CO. ■H
Hi
ama
am
TAflE EIGHT
THE MAIL-HERALD REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, MAY 31st, 1913.
LOCAL and GfNEMl
w,
i ity.
a. M Gill of Kamllopa, ia in the
It.  B.   Stonei*  of   Kamloops, is     in
town.
F.B,
town.
Broughton of Arrowhead, is in
MASON
BOOSTS
BOOSTER
H,   F.   M
the city.
i: ,■• .if Prince Rupert is in
W. F. Flndly i- here this week from
\ ....   iux  r,
I-'. 1':. ■   an i 0.
I ire in town.
Cameron   of
.'.. I  :;.it   re eive  on
il a o thi    eason,
L.A. Wood ..I Garfield, Wash.,
!.    elstok '.  -it   tliis  week.
Mon-
paul
a:. ,•     Hinds oi    Bonuington
Fai     Is  it   be King Edward.
Mrs   i
G   I.
•'  S
sitor .:
■ i.tister. is n
thi-  week.
, s. M Cartel  will not     re -
Won lay next, June 2nd,
B ickham ol Gol len,  i- in the
,   th ■ King  Edward,
Bove      :     i  a rowhead,    an 1
of Greet    ood,  are  in  town.
Leighton nt  Savona,     i-
i . . sitors her i today
Mi -.  Wa t i   I''-'1. I will   : ecelve   n-xt
Wednesd   r and i iln till autumn
Mr,
W stl
W.A.  Brown of   New
ire tic-    Ki:..:
J.E •       Wa h.   i-
Th
.-.   I
The booster rose at the break of
daj and fared him forth ou his cheerful way. he hummed a rollicking rag -
time song, and cheerily smiled as1 he
strode along, and his heart wus gay
and his life was bright, for tho world
to him was ., thing oi light. The
glooms were banished where'er ho
went; lhe joys came skipping in sweet
. onteni and followed the booster up
and down as hc Walked the street oi
the good old town; he brought good
cheer and he brought good news, aud
folks looked up aiui forgot their'blues.
I liiv'the booster and all his ,'lun; I
like  his  faith In   bis  fellow man; I
would rather boost on the road of life
than prophesy clouds and storm- an.l
strife; 1 would rather struggle atul
push and hope than to (ill myself wuh
he' kno'ker's dope; for though 1 frequently miss my guess, 1 tind that ii
pay- io think SU ■cess. The man who
lives ona panic's verge, who talks of
failure with doleful dirge, who -wines
lis hammer at every chance is a dead
cold weight to the world's advance,
(live me the man who can s'ay "Go.i-
speed"- who pushes and lifts, with
word and deed; who sees some good
in the world's greal plan—the jubil -
ant, joyous booster man.
isiaji^'aiBMajafajaaiSEiEEiss..'
SALES and WANTS
@ IOc line   ::   Mhimum 25t
iaisHai^jaraKSEJEJEiEUSQiaj'ajsjc
WANTED—A   position  a-
maid.        Apply    to Box
stoke, 1!. C.
Coursier's Clean Smokeless Coal is
tbe kind  for  cooking.
You make no mistake by coming iu
to the Moose now. The charter is open, aud the rates are low. You ean't
heat it for a good, s'ound order.
If thee  boys should  want a shave as
good as  a   barber ever  gave,  drop iu
to  Hacks  and  wait  awhile,   Joe  will
give you a shave that will make you ' eral Agencies, Ltd.
smile.—Atthe Ideal  Pool Room.
Are you a Moose? If not, why not?
This Five Dollar Initiation Fee la
something you don't get overy day.—
Remember, it raises to Twenty-flve as
soon as the charter closes.
Do you want an Income investment
or desirable residence property— Consult H. N. Coursler.
GALT COAL Is handled exclusively
in Rovelstoko by the Revelstoke Gen-
Hou*, on Fifty Foot Corner, Sec-
oud street, west, near Court House.
Erected in Nineteen Twelve, live rooms
bath aad pantry, electric heated mod
, m plumbing, open lire place. We
have ., special price on this quick salo
J, D. Watson Realty Co., next Star
Theatre.
It ouly costs you a Five Dollar Bill
for  Initiation  Fee  to  become a good
Now then boys wo have come again
and still are singing thc old. refrain—
"The   chair's
Yon."  drop  in  and
can do tU  the Ideal
Tho Paul Rainey African Hunt Picture'- are without a doubt something
most wonderful, giving a two hours
entertainment eae'h evening. Reserved setts will be on salo at Mac.ion
aid's' drug store, 50e.  for reserved and
REVELSTOKE
VICTORIA
HOSPITAL
The
I.oval Moose.   This is for u short time   25o.  for general    admission.—Empress
only, so make hay while the sun shines j theatre, June tlth and 7th.
new Queen Victoria Jubilee HoS
pital is completed and will be formally openod in a very few days.   This is
au  institution  to which every citizen
may  point  with pride and feel it     a
safeguard In which each has a   part.
As   all    are aware the equipment   of
such a concern entails the expenditure
of un endless  amount  of   thought and
a very great amount ot money.     Uut
it is  a privilege  to aid iu  this equip -
ment, and the Ladies Hospital Auxil-
are  Waiting still  for  iary  are  going  to share this  privilege
see    what     Joe   with every   person  iu   Uevelstoke.  All
Pool  Room. the day of the  opening they are ask -
ing the ladies to donate a linen shower towai'ds supplying the neod in this
line, and every article from a dish tow
el or stand cover to a table cloth or
bedspread will be gratefully accepted,
end will not proven heavy demand on
any individual donator.
SOCIAL and PERSONAL
Mrs.   J.  Kemp  returned  to Vancouver  ou  '.his afternoon's train.
Mrs. U
Tuesday,
season.
W. Bell will not receive on
June   3rd, nor   again thU
LIBERAL
CONVENTION
Chamber •
914, Revel-
D iwson ol Kamloops, an.l
i .. are visit -
;.
F.A.  '•■ was  cot iced
on tho  Btreel
tl n   ■ ay.
i-'        •■ . and Mi -
the
t tl     Kin    Bdwat
'
E iward.
:. an 1 CR.
th
i. Fur-
*.
.   Wool
trney
Bia ■■ Pedigree Spaniel Dog for sale,
good pointer ami watch dog, $15.00,
including   license.    Uox 203,  City.
WANTED—A   young   lady   typist    for
work.      One with -'ome kpow-
'l ,   , f    bookkeeping    preferred.  —
Applj  to Mail-Herald
FOR .-' U.K-T. o Houa oi
Third eireel.  we t.  also Four  Sub -
Ul I ii.   Lots',  s ; V :
a. W. Con io ',   l; ■. i   oke, B.C.
FOR :
Om  Wall Tent, "-.'■ ■ er   is
. ei.    i ee mplete.      Kor
t
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9t.
M
on
: rue -
s-'.Tm. band;
men
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rson to
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(Continued from Page One.)
and did not  like tho imputation that
they  a'-ted from sectionalism  or pre -
jndi a against the new comer.
The' ditticulty was met by adding the
nanus of Messrs. Hamilton of  the ls-
ands and Mr. Worsnop of Kamloops,
to the Resolutions committee.
THK  PLATFORM.
E.S, McEdward of Victoria, Breaking to a resolution moved by Johu
Oliver, wa-of opinion "that the'plat
form should be boiled down" and this
bad to a long discussion ou points of
order.
A motion that all proposed amendments ui the platform be handed in
writing ii' the chairman ot the committee waa carried.
Convention adjourned  until s p.m.
EVENING   SESSION.
Convention   .ailed  to   order  at  S:20
p, m.
('. W.  Cross   attorney general       of
Alberta, joined lhe meeting and mado  gain  I str ngth
ch, followed     by C. Mae- ally    a\     way
\ ancouver, organizer  Baer
aers.
and   ri:r toi in   commit -
an i the' convea-
Ijourn "! until 'J a.m. Friday.
iv] IRNING  BESSION.
re-open       . a.m.
ubmitt-
et  de -
I:. o plank,
.--.on and tb
.
organizations   and  especially  the Liberal  Provincial Party.
The motion was voted 'down.
The Rev.  Smith cf Nelson delivered
a short address' on  "Political  Econ-
omy,.' a  speech  strongly  tinge.I  with
I radical ami  Socialistic doctrin.'s, aud
well received by  tho convention Whioh
i assed ;l unanimous vote of thauks to
the speaker,
REPORTS
Reports of various committees wero
received,
LEADERSHIP.
S.  S. Taylor   movod ihat a leader
be chosen toi    the     Liberal i'arty of
British Columbia."
'Ihis  motion  gave   rise   to  t ll J    ouly
genuine  debate  of  the  convention, the
proposal  was  liercely  fought    bgainst
by the old executive Including Oliver,
Wade. Maxwell Smith and others, The
chairman endeavored in  \ain  to give
the matter a hoist until  next  eonv n
tiou.   For four hours  the  paitle waged two adjournments barely prevent -
ing same developing Into open friction
After the  lust  adjournment  when  ihe
weary convention met at 11:30 p.m. it
became evident  ihat tho radicals ha i
and the old guard fin-
atid    after    Maxwell
Smith ba I    . ■ i mnly  watm .1  the con-
vtntion  that  the proposal to elect    a
ad r    hi re and     tanight  if carried,
might split the party and  John Oliver had  pleaded in   vain  with his unruly dolt,  the question  was put   and
declared carried by a Sufficient majority   to   pass  without   the need of   a
alio      ee ,-.    It   Aas   no   seer t  in the
convention that this fight  had for its
iject   tiie     ousting of the     01 I
Gang,       :.      ■ mtrol and s   n       I
"CONFUSION"'
AT EMPRESS
Reserve Tuesday evening for the
Revelstoke   Amateur   Dramatic   Club's
high class comedy ''Confusion'' at the
Empress theatre.
This play is full oi amusing complications and it will be a laugh from
tho iis- to fall of curtain. This comedy i.s considered amongst the best
ever written and the theatregoers
have a great treat iu store on Tue-'-
tlay evening. The elub have beeu work
ing to make  thiB a brilliant  success.
See the Co npany's program in to-
. ay s Issue, and reserve your seats at
Macdonald's drug stare.
Gun uud Shoot
Mr. and Mrs. Hurst of Toronto, are
visiting with Mr. aud Mrs. J. Patterson, on Seventh street. 6
Mr. aud Mrs. D. Johnstone of Kamloops, have hcen the guests of Miss
Janet  McKay, during  the convention
The Methodist church are busy rehearsing a new cantata "Rebecca,''
whie-h they intend putting ou somo
lime in June.
Mis. K.II.S. McLean invited ., number of friends in ou Thursday of last
week to meel Mrs. Leonard Wood and
Miss Has/aid,
Mrs, Simmonds nnd Miss Maude,
who have been vis'iting Mrs. Tomlinson, left today ior Kamloop- on
route  to  the coast  cities.
Mr. Wm. Ladner, lt former Bevel -
stoke boy, is ouo of the delegates to
th- Liberal ..invent ion. Mr. I.adtier
is practising law in Vancouver.
Mrs. W.ll. Surlier and .er.cd lea
on Thursdaj afternoon io a lai.;'-num
ber of iiie'iid-'    whom she had invited
to meet her gins'.  Mis-   lln-/ard.
Mi 4 li.i zard, daughter of the Premier of P. I'l. Island, has been In the
City since last'Wednesday, the guest
ol her old frieud, Mrs. Dr. Smli rland
The Indict ol th i     Liberal Asso ...
timi hei,I ., sandwich making "bee'  at
ihe Mrs. c.H. Ala donald'B lasl   evou
ing and  ihe results,  we arc lold, did
ll.e'le,    . H'.llt.
Mrs. Downs gave a large sewing par
ij   gn     Thm sdaj    afternoon toi  Mrs
\, ic.-.. u '.   Tin- rot .ii    were prel I ily  •
orab .1   ""h  a  ■'■ ■ '••  and  the  ho
.  n dainty tvfri -ument-.
I' e.iiow mg
members ol
the
till)     .-(llle   S
Kevelstoke
made
regular weekly shoot.
Shot at
al  ihe
Name
\\.   A.   Sturdy  	
W. A, Foote  7.".
J. G. Barber 7.".
\. .i.  McDonell  7.",
Foote wins  the  liuponi   Modal
by
Club
Scon
lia
03
03
(55
-it  is
Mis. Vwc.i'ti- was th'.' gue.-l at a
small tea given bj Mrs. Horobin on
Tue .la. afternoon. Mn. Horobin alto entertained :i number of friends ie>
a   inns! a
iftoi aoon on '1 burs lay last
Air. and Mrs. Waltei Dews bave beep
giving our fair lij many a good
boosl   the .■ la i   lew   daj  , while thoy
i"   be a hnhii with him now. motored one carload aftei anothei    of
'lhe club will turn oul In t  toi the  visiting friends and acquaintances .,
shoot at   Sicamous'on the ;ir,i  jt  June  oimd   the   town and si.noun.lin '    di
the- day  of  the
■ I.  11 .ti t hi
that   evening,
t  a,  Will   have
01 ii Dg     ami  u turn
tii. t
Mii
.oi .  ie ii)  lhe  I'eilumli
a
n hum Pictures
h
said    lhal Pi
•
■-■
ary Tanni
ry, >        ■    .
coup of the radical ele  whose~pictu ■    o    he"   African Hun!
at  .      h
The oil stand pa*   Grits"
r-on      than  Mr,    Al.  A.
inks  were mosl atl, whom
:     ntended to  push   into     the
belated open by such stren    act|
■ ".. .   of the in -  shown
-
■  *
ed tl.
<*
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•
If
•
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•
WO       a     '.
•
*.',. A.    !
o   St
\    i
North   •
-
0  $27;
•   '   ■     tO     -  "
pecia!
tbe  Man
I •
arty   whi
l'li.'   at  the  last
■as duly nomin-
■i.iii'i  a   -'torm of
■ lonald    w is   then
mnde    o'    applause
one.s surprl   i d<
.on.
e ed  el   t.' |
.
■
■
6th r.
ry Hn IF
■
■
*
■
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.id  th>
tin
Al o
COMING!
"Pops'r.--By,"     thi   comedy  drama,
whi'h    ott.es  to the   ip :a  house     on
Monday next, is one of  the most  hu -
.;. ■ tha* ba' nted to
Ameri an  publi" m  a de nd ■       C.
Haddon        i     ■      la the a'ithoroftha
*..     Mr. Cbarabei    has exceptional
..'ht and  talent.   In    "Pas   rs-By"
barf taken   toe     haracter^    from
n.f-ht's bighwaj   In the region of Piccadilly  Circus,  Iyondnn.  and so faithfully hns h« -hown his people thai  at
Wyndham   theatre   "PaSiers-By"
ran OTtt        ar and a half and     was
th» popular suocess    at thc Crite-rlan
th-oti'  In New   Voik all la«t season.
—V'lson News .     This company will
..■-..,
i
I
• tc,   Ti.-
. .
a nd
toted igon     e       th Ar
:..
.   rune, ni''
Harvey,  MeCarter   ind  Pinkham,
Citora for  *he  Bxei u'or
M .:  it.
BIRTH
["HOMi ON n .-iinday, May 2 th,
1918, to Mr. and Mr«. A. W. Thomson, a  daughter.
e
.
a :
A.,.-
•
■ ' 01 -an /ing  ttie
was
idical element ',i    the
'   majority, as Iw
e.vi   unreasonable
\  resol t1 oo     I hat  tbe  pre int.  iys-
tem ot it offloera had a t<m-
ite offli " m th« hands
of an ol il  few   ind   lUggesting ,i      new
oi     the effc t
.
'    '■ • .i
..   Tbn
fi hn run
■
■ ikly giv
lent,
i
■   ■■ th<    '■-.. i.'
, .    • .     y. ■ imi,.. i
r» th    ii ual
n i   ip i'm   pro
Th' . ','     th eele
■ fntioi. ar; ]
' ■■ debate  on
program ol mim
le I  and   tl
trbieh ii ... orn carried
ra ot thanks showed the
F tb<    . '
ihown a'  the Empri   - ib atri
....   two iiights beginning next Friday
June Mb, w.is never, on this c.vpedi
i ion,  more than     ten     d' une', , i bei
ide of  the e iiiator.   A-a matter    o^
an
n   .' (onclusively that       tho
roater  par:  of the time, Mr,    Ralnej
and hi- pan.  w.ie practically on the
■ [uator.   This is demonstrated by the
iact that     .Mount   Kenia, one of the
hesi   mountains In the world,   was
a tno I   always in sight, aud thc liue
ol the equator    run-     almost dire.-ily
through it.   i'lie heat encountered was
: irrific.  It was accessary to keep the
I lates and reel- very deep In the earth
iting ih' middle of the day to pre-
te th m, a-  the -amis were scorching hoi.   The picturos  were taken im-
mi'diatsly after dawn, for ther • U   no
id   il   i i. break but a Buiden burst
II hi  .n the sky,   That Mr. Rainey
•n ihb'd in obtain the magnificent
i I is. ai d .onl Airs.   Suthorluii i
i ee ,      tl'ip    UP  the   1 . VI"    VCStcl
day as far .1    I lai lie    Creek, lea:
f ,m 1     be     0 ning,   The day    was
perfectly     delightful     on   tie
.souie nf the party  were   0 fortunate
as  10 "really  -c a  live b ai
' . ..n ■ oon       mi" '■
Mrs. .1.   r. Kemp, pi", incial presi ■
.: ni  ..;  ihe P.IS   Lea ue oi B.C., B
ir. 1.1 in town Kii.iay morning and ad
dress -(Mi    1.1 11 nl    on', ation   in   the
•....     hut  wa- una iie to h
public meeting In the evening, a     bc
is  -utli 1 ni ■   bi cere  pa n  with  ,,   poi
1 tn .1 tin er, nc isltating medical at
1 ation.
Mrs, J, Li. Sibbald entertained the
West Kud bridge elub at her home on
. 1 lay evening as a little farewell
ii. All . im. \. 11.1 ; u. A wT> pleas.1
Mit iim.' mc enjoyed al "hi
Mrs. Holten winning first honors while
Mrs. Haggen and Miss Haszard, the
guests ul the .veiling., were presented
with dainty souvenirs of the occasion
Ali-. Kenned}  gave a    bridge party
t, ning ,   :, little farewell tc Airs
1 la      n   an 1 nis,.  10 entertain     Mi-'s
Haszard of P.K. ["land, who hue beer
resull    sl owl  In lhe e picture
Uj  a populai     vi . ior  thin  we >k,
Both
tperl ph c raph 1 . ono of the most
i;.e able   ichiete 1 nts of     lhe 1 ipedl
May Replace Soldiers
1  HI Bl We  ie      |,   e.e llt.'ll     Willi     peCtly      |
..ii.-..     1 vi r..   pl ,,s ui    even
i.i.'.    Airs.   W.  II.   Sui hei land   won   the
bi ;i ii prize,   Mi '   i\e un d>  sei ved th.
i'i" '   d li 1.en.-  ol   lunch''-  Bhortl)   u:
ler miilnight.
' openhagen     .May    28-
ildiel    in  the next war
If an   m^'niun  patented  by  a Dani-h
' agineei   named aesen doe- what is
laimed for It.
Ve "ii   -inys  he has  invented a cy -
Under  whi. h  may   be  burieil    in the
Rev, Vi'.f. (alder will .ondtict serviees tomorrow, Sunday in the. Presby-
terian ehiir h morning and evening.
He will al o conduct  itrvioea for the being
CRICKET
The loeal ■ riokel 10am will meet t.h'>
.  'nm   wbeei'ie,  olllenrs  would be elec    Salmon Arm team in a match at Rev-
iee| in three groups, one group retir -  el 'oke r,„ Tuesday,     nn<t June :ird
in- inniiiilly. and nol being eligible for  The lineup of ihe io»al  Nm it     *.
re-election;" gave else to considerable ff.Mows:
discus tion. I    J. Mniey. Capt., v   11   Bourne,, Geo
The  mover  outlined liis  proposal as   .Miller, Wl H. Wallace,     h. N. Monk.
(l  step  which  would  automatic- j Obas,  M.  Field,  Walter Brier,  F  Fleet
app'-ar at the Emprene  theatre
Jul* Mth next.
on ! month of   June in this  i-hureh  during; ally '-hop of! the heads of the old-Hm    ham,  R,  Babell, 3. Holmeu. Mr. Bat
the absence of Rev. J.W.  Stevenson.     era wbo had a tendency to clog     all   lard, extras,  n.  Davey. RM.  Young.
Alis. Dent  .nei  Mra.  II.  J.  Bews re-
AutotnatouH  eeived  yesterday afternoon from  4  to
1. at the home of Mrs. Bews in boflor
of Mrs. Wickens of   Vancouver.     The
day   waa  Ideal and  the room-     were
fragrant with Mowers aud aglow with
color as groups of ladies     in  bright-
htieel  summer silk-' kept     coming and
for  years In the sume  fashion  going.    Mis- Myrtle Cassils ushered at
ihiiianne mines are  placed io bar-   the frontdoor.   Mrs. Dent in hlue silk
doing  no damage until  tbey are   and Mrs. Bews in brown voile, receiv-
I      I'he'    ylmdcr is operated  by el-   ed at the     entrance to     the drawing
.eity  from  ,i    iation  four or    flve  '00m. assisted by Mrs. Wickens,   who
1 B di 'ant.      When a    button       Ib   wore a lovely gown  of pink charmeuse
bbe cylinder   jumps    two feet   Mrs. E.H.S. McLean and Mrrf-     Thos.
it om   th''  ground and    hies 4u0 shots'  Downs  poured  tea and codec for    the
horizontally,   the  shot-  being effective  Urst hour, and Mrs. Robbins and Mr.-
,1     IOO0  yards. Any  number of cyllnd-  Holten tot the second.   The table was
era may Ih'  placed  in  places to bo de-  centered   with a  great  bowl  of sweet
fended  on  Beveral  lines    and  the     In-   peas.   Those assisting were Miss Pearl
ventor clalmi  they would mow  down   Robinson,    Miss Maud Hyatt,     Miss
in per cent, of the attacking force. He   May Manning.   For the first hour Mrs
-oit.s, moreover, that crops may   be   W.I.  Brigg- cut  the ices, followed  by
grown  over  the automatons in time of  Mi-.  Kin-aid, and assisting were Miss
peaoa and tbey would be bo complete -! Sadie Foote and Miss Bva Thompson
ly hidde-n thai   the enemy  would    not j Among out of town     visitors noticed
know their position until they started   were  Mre.  J.C. Kemp of   Vancouver
firing. ' and Mrs. Hurst of Toronto.

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