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Vol. 19   No 37
REVELSTOKE, B C. MAV 10, 1911
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BORDEN
GOVERNMENT
HELP WEST
Mr. II. L. Drayton, tho uow chair-
niuu of tho Railway Commission, who
was appointed by the Uorden government to succeed the late Judge Muy-
bee, has just given a judgment which
is tho most important as far as tho
west is concerned ever issued by tho
board. I
ta a word, is that
rates aro to be out
to go into otlect on
CRICKET CLUB
HOLDS MEETING
CITY OeilGIL
REGULAR MEET
An enthusiastic meeting of the local
cricketers was hold last Wednesday
evening in (he (lity Hall.   The Chaii-, ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
man, Alderman  f. il Bourne, called [ Considers Extension of Water Mains.—Trades By-law  to
be Amended.—Audit of City Books Discussed at
Length.--Wire Sent Auditor Stein to Meet Council
rJTWonday Evening.—-Auditor's Report to be Published.
—Other Business.
The Judgment,
western express
twenty  per cent
July  15th. |
The wesl for years has been com -
plaining that it has been blaring an
undue share of the' express rates of
Canada and that there has been dis-
orlmination as agalhst the four west-
cm provinces. This decision gives tho
lirst practical relief to tho West. The
lowering of rate- twenty per cent will
be of wonderful advantage to both cou
Burner and producer.
ACTION  UF  GOVERNMENT.
The credit for securing such u decwl-
■od and valuable' con vssiou to the west
must go tn ihe government which eu-
oournged the iu miry. A similar investigation imo freight rates which
was likewise initiated by the government is proceeding at lhe present time
and a decision will be given some timo
this year. The Liberals talked for
years of iheir friendship for the wcsi-
cii farmer and consumer; but the
pres, nt government has done more
practi al things of real benefit to the
western provinces in its year and a
halt of ollice than the Liberals did in
fifteen. And ol all the practical things
it has aci'oiiiplish.-d this is p o .. .
tin- most beneficial.
MEAT OF THE JUDGMENT.
The meat of ihe deei.-ioa is io be
found in tho iollow.ug quotation from
Mr. Drayton's judgment:—
"in my vi -w, the express rates
charged by lhe different companies in
tbe prairie provinces und Uritish Columbia are unreasonable. While il
was hoped that the directions contained in ihe Hoard'.- geneial judgment would naturally improve the sit
uation, the result -'bows that no up -
preciable reduction seems to havo beeu
secured. Reductions that huve been
made, and they are many, as shown
by  the companies'  tarifls,  are  reduc -
The city council met in regular ses-
sion  last   Friday  evening  in  the  city 'como
ball.   There were present His Worship
Mayor T.  Kilpatrick,  Aldermen      Mc-
tho meeting to order at K.ilel). Secro -
lary F. Fleetham who was on duly,
read tho minutes of bhe previous mori
ing, whieh without amendment wero
adoptod.
The meeting was then thrown open
to discuss the proposed trip io Vic -
toria in August, when it was liually
decided to have the' local team leave
here about the llith of that mouth.
The report of the concert committoo
was next read and showed aunt pro j
lil of some $14.00. i Kinnon, Howson, Uourne Abrahamson
After the usual formal ac.-eptance of and Barber,
the report a hearty votu of thanks oity 01e,.k Oordon rea.u the minuks
was passed to all those who by their u[ lftgt regUiai. meeting, which were
valuable assistance made the con-en ajouu.d as lx,aQ on morion oi Aid.
a success, especially W.H. Wallace and Howson, seconded by Aid. Barber.
F. AUwood, for iheir arrangement ol j The minutes 0f the regular adjourn-
the program, and the great energy e(J meetmg 0i April 29th were read
they displayed throughout. ,ulld adol,u.(1 011 motion of Aid.   Mc-
The question of purchasing necessary   Kiunon an.a Bourne,
articles  for   the  club  was  next  taken      Tho mmuu.* of the regular adjourn-
up, when the meeting Anally author!/-  e(1 meeting 0t April 30th, were     then
cd the secretary to purchase the neces   ieal aad  aaopted on  motion of Aid.
sary  articles needed by  the club. MeKinnon and Bourne.
Th3 natter of sending a picked team      The minutes of the regular adjourn-
to play ai Kamloops on Victoria Day   t.j meeting 0f     May 2nd, were     next
was discussed at length and tho unait-   Iuvd ,ind adoptod on moi ion of Aid.
imous feeling of the meeting was that  Howson  and  MeKinnon.
a strong team should be sent. j    The Uiinutes of the adjourned meet-
The meeting adjourned at 0:30 p.m.   iug 0,- May 5th. were then read     and
adopted on motion of Aid. MeKinnon
end Howson.
The following co nmunications were
thi u r:ad from Br. McLean, city health ollicer, re health of city; also a letter from  Mrs.  Stacy; one from     Mr.,
The Dominion Securities Co., have Jones of Nelson, re rales on power,
taken ihe commodious otlice at the cn.- dom C P.R. regarding outstand-
i orner 0f Connuughi avenue and First ing taxes a- wel as a leuer from
street, and have opened oiit in the t'upt. McKay of C.P.R., stating that
real estate business. This company no plans were yet out for tho now sta-
will  specialise  in  Revelstoke  property  tion.   A  letter f.om the city clerk of
LOYAL ORDER OF
MOOSE CONCERT
Last     Tuesday     evening tho above
lodge held a smoking concert  in   tho
a
SCHOOLS
ROLL OF
HONOUR
old Oddfellows Hall, when a large
number of members and visitors wil -
nessed a V(,|'y delightful program.
Brother Grant was in ihe chair and
opened proceedings with a few  remarks
land  invited those  wishing  to become
' members to send iu their applications
j before   tho closing  of     tho     charter,
which  has  recently   been  reopened    in
Aid. Howson—Yes,    a     man might   'his city.
in here from Calgary and     get!   The different artists who appeared,
roll    for     the      public
i  month of April  is  as
orders for a carload of provisions.
Aid. Howi-on was in favor of pass-
•ing the new trades license bylaw now
before  the  council.
Aid. Bourne wanted to know if the
Dominion Express Co. paid $5U overy
six months.
Finally, after a lengthy -discussion,
in which each alderman and the may-
were rewarded with enthusiatlc ap -
llu use whieh indicated that ine entertainment was thoroughly enjoyed.
During the evening refreshments were
served and at the close everyone joined bands in singin,' y'Auld Lang
Syne."
The concert was a success in every
way and other attractions are being
arranged  by  the   Moose  in this   city,
ANOTHER
and limber in this vicinity. The officers of the company are prominent
citizens, bein;;:
President—A. McRae.
Vice-President—A. J. McDonell.
Sec.-Tr.as.— T.  Kilpatrick.
The officers of  ibis "ompany are
Trail,    regarding  prices  of  li iuor  licenses and others.
These    ommunicaiions    were      dealt
with  s;-;:ara e'.y,   -ome  of  which    were
liled while o hers wero answered.
Under the head of peiiiions a corn-
all   muni-ation  was  read  from  Dave  Orr,
lions which but little uflect the manner In whi, h the bulk of the uaflle is  |,nrt ;n ,jlp raatter.
moving;  or  are.   perhaps,  compen.-at- 	
ed by additions which have been made
to rates, presumably in the levelling
nocess, in e-iablishing a mileage basis of standard rates as provided   by;   yisalians wbo saw
the    judgment.   I am of the opinion  tertainmcnli aml u waB perhaps
old-timers in Revel-tokc, who have jr., a-- ng that a water pipe be ex-
made good and owing to ihe fa-tthat tended to his property.
they all have a very wide kno-vlodgo Aid. Abrahamson was not sure just
of the district and have vast outside wh re Mr. Orr resided, so a perusal
connections as well, there is no doubt of the map made that point dear.
lhat whon big leilty deals arc eon - j After some dis-.is.-ion Aid. Howson
sidere.l in the future' tho Poninion Se moved that a letter be sent to David
curities Co. will play an important On. i . o tlie cct that the matter
B j of the new pipe line would  have     to
  remainover till   th.   passage  of        the
DniV'PC   nC   Tfl  INPUT        l*'*1™ and Electric Light loan bylaw.
rnlnLt Ur IL-itlun!      Tto qu*,ti^n ^ *» ***83wer w
j emptying near th-' n?w wharf w;ls dis-
last night's   en- cussed at length.
or indulged freely. Aid. Barber gave ^^_^^_^^^^^^^^^^_^^^^_
notice of a motion to introduce an ! whtn they h°I)e 10 have a larger ga-
amendment to the trades license bylaw | ther.nj of members and their friends
No. 2, to cover transit traders.
The question of answering Mrs.
Stacy's letter and stopping the $23
monthly donation to her was discussed pro and con.
It was anally decided that the Clork
should send her a letter subject to
the sanction of Mayor Kilpatrick.
lhe question of wator extension to
Mr. Bell's and other properties, was
r.axt taken up. This matter was liually referred lo Water and Light committee, with a request that ii be referred back to the council as soon as
Possible.
Another matter of securing a road
over the Laughead ranch for use of
the power ho.i-e was gone into, and
fnally left with the major to look
•into and reporl at the next meeting.
The matter of a Pipe lino from Mc-
Ken/.ie avenue to the new government
wharf, ua- iclerred to the Water und
Liejht   Committee.
The  i-'ewer bylaw was next  taken up       	
and after a shoit discussion was laid
over till next meeting. Calgary,     May  9—According to Dr.
Mayor T. Kilpatrick then inuoduc- Henry Carpenter, who has just arrived the matter oi the audit ot the oity cd in Calgary from Montreal, Mr.
books*. He expressed himself as being Frederich Franz Friedman, of "black
muih dissatisfied with the long delay turtle serum" fame will locate a sani-
in (Ompliting this work. torium  in, Canada, and he has intim-
Ald. MeKinnon, said that just with- ated that it will le located in West -
in the pnst few days he had se:n a ern Canada. 'T believe he has decid-
li it r from Auditor Stein asking the ed on Banff," Dr. Carpenter stated.
auditors at work how long they would ior in conversation with him he men-
yet be, and he expressed regret     that   'ion d      that spot  at  the foot of  the
mountainsmore  than once, and     you
can    expe. t a visit from the    famous
in the near future."
Once a Moose always a Moosi
The  following  program was  rendered during the evening:
Mr.  Jack   Mann   Comic Song
T.  Henderson     Song
Mr.   Craigmyle     Pieolo  Solo
Mr.   Geo.  Hawker    Song
Mr.  Af Bell  „ Song
Mr.  J. Ringer  Song
Messrs.  Logan and  Fordyce  	
   Violin    Duel
Mr.  Geo.    Hawker     Recitation
Mr.   Thompson... Pianoforte   Selection
Mr.    Jack    Mann   Comi.'    Song
Mr. D.     Logan  Violin Solo
' Auld    Lang Syn -."
FRIfcDMANN
MAY COME
TO BANFF
council had hecn kept waiting e-'o
doctor
ASSISTED  DR.
FRIEDMAN.
one ; Cndcr the- head of new bylaws, Clerk
thai an approximately avei-age reduc- of tno iarirC3t houses ever seen at an Gordon f ' ' i ,, the meeting of Ap-
lion of twenty per cent, should       bo  entertainment      here      since    "Little   ril llth. when it was agreed to amend
made by the companies in the standard maximum tarifls for trattic classified ns 'merchandise,' to apply only
lo the prairie provinces aod British
Columbia."
the Tiades  Li.ense  bylaw.   He     theu
' read a specially prepared bylaw to the
council.
Mayor  Kilpatrick—1  would  like    to
WHERE  IT  HELPS
The decision should be
Johnny Jones," George Cohan's famous production, were more than entertained    by    'Tho Prince of Tonight."
None could leave the   houso    without     	
having  stated  their appreciation     of  *ee a stop put to outside people corn-
Manager Thompson's cfiorts  in secur-  ing in and   trading  on a local license,
ing the   -excellent attraction.        There     Aid.  Barber—I have     been  wanting
of particular | Weie a few minor partsin the     .-.how  the same thing for twenty years.
the
long.
Aid. Abrahamson thought the delay
was unwarranted and wus in favor of
wiring for Auditor Stein to eome   at
c nee before the council.
i    A  long general  discussion then fol -
lowed  in  whieh  Aid.  MeKinnon    said
that he fell  that for    the information
of the public, it was only  right    thai       ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
thc auditors report should  b<-  publish   on several occasions, nnd i- in a posi-
ed. when same wns submitted. lion to stale with authority what the
j    To  this the Mayor and all the Tld-   doctor intends to do in regard to the
ermen      concurred.   Mayor  Kilpatrick  location of the  Canadian sanatarium
said that Auditor Stein was expected   l°  tn!at consumptive patients.
here  this week-end.   The  council  were      "You have already heard thnt  there
of one opinion,  that  the audit should   nil1  be a large sanatarium built     in
Dr. Carpenter was interviewed on
Monday night at the Yale hotel. He
stated that he was ou his way to
Vancouver and was a doctor otmedi-
cine.   He  has  assisted   Dr.   Friedman
value to the fruit growers of British that did not appear to live up t0 ex-
Columbia and the fruit consumers of pectalions but this was occasioned by
Alberta and Saskatchewan. A twenty the smallness of the stage and the
per cent,  r.-'.u, tan   in express     ra'.es {act    that thc    company  -ta^e hands
cn fruil will give the iruit-growers of
the co<i-t a "i""' e..ual fight wiih tho
American for the trade of Ihs prairie
pro\ inces. and it -hould also mean
n reduction in prices to tlie consumer
Liberal Convention
were no*, i sed to working  on a stage
of  ihis size.    In almost every  puriicu-
ar  "The  Prince of Tonight" lived up  ether peopl
io i ress agency.  It was well received licenses.
and deserving of 'he best of notie-e
Aid. MeKinnon—The point that Comes up here, is how long hns B man to
bein town before he Is a resident. In
Winn.peg the Supreme court says 21
hours.
Mayor Kilpatrick—We must stop
trading on other peoples
he completed as soon as possible, and
thc council unanimously decided to instruct tho City Clerk to send n ni^h:
wire to Auditor Stein asking Mm to
appear before the council al an ad-
Journed meeting Monday evening..
City Clerk Gordon then read a large
li-i of accounts, whieh wen- duly or-
dered paid.
A   service  requisition  from   City   Kl-
A1J. Bourn" — If a man comes into
The chorus    weie all    pretty,     and   town  -ui.-iy he -hould be able to get  ectriciao  North, was then read,     an.l
sang well.   Especially  good were   the a license. referred to the Water and  Lighl  ,-oin-
malo  voices,    something    one  seldom     All.   McKinn m—I nm not  in  favor   mittee, when the Mayor adjourned the
I meeting till Monday evening.
The Provincial Liberal convention j
will be held al Revelstoke on thc Huth
3»lh and 31st of May. We are glad lo
sec lhat Revelsloke is now being rec-
Cgolsed ns a convention city. It was
iinanimously voted at a recent Van -
couver convention to meet this year
at Revelstoke.
finds.   The  male   glee   work
Hist  part    introducing    the
songs and    yells  proved  exceptionally
delightful.
Tom Arnold handled his difficult
role splendidly both as tho "broke"
life-saver and the "Prin'-c." For a
college graduate he teemed to lack a
little dash, if we judge Yale gradu -
i ates well, hut this p,vrt  was made up
" "    he
one  seldom     Al 1.   McKinn m—I am  not  in
in     the of puttin.' a prohibitory license.
>olb-ge —
COMING EVENTS
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     , in his role ns "Prin'-e" to    which
UlllHiSllllGailllliailil «d nrt justice.
pi                                                           gj The  widely advertised    transfonnn -
■S tion scene    was  -h'- only  S'-one    that
is] held th" entertainment back and, as
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lai The   Regular   Monthly Meat-
|«! ing of lhe llev.-lst.oko Poultry
in and Pet.    Stock    Association,
Ip will be hold in   IIM. Smythe's    [g]
)■' Hall  on  Tuesday evi ning  May   «]
/ji] Pith.   A lodging   demons tra     «1
,. tion  of  Man e.l   RockS  will   fol       ■
l*i low transaction ol business.     [«]
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Mav 23.—Pollard  Opera Company, at
Opera House.
May ^—"Prince  of Tonight,"  at the
Kmpress theatre.
May  2D—Opera  Ho'-ise Ball,  by     tbe
Management.
June 3—"Confu-Son,"  by local Dram
OFFICIAL VISIT
Hon.  Thomas Taylor,  Minister     of
Public Works
Canada," Dr. Carpenter s'taied."There
will be two in this country if Dr.
Friedman carries out his present
plans. Cne will be built at Montreal
and the oiher al Hanll. At loih of
these Institutions his treatment will
be lairioi on. To do this a separate
bui-ine -i organisation will have- to be
,n.i,l    Inr aU Camilla.
"ii i- expect.-d that the arrangement to be made ill Canada will be
Mmilur to those already made in New
York, where „ -annturium has already
been founded nnd where plan- have
been made for other institutes throughout the United States.
"As to the precise lo-ation of this
sanatarium in the west, nothing ran
yet bc nirangod. The company formed
in the United Slates ha- nothing to
do  witb  Iho business  arrangement,  m
The    honor
s-honls  for  I   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
follows'
CENTRAL  SCHOOL.
Entrance Class—Ernest MeKinnon,
Nan y Fleetham, Vera Bell, Sylvia
(iallicano, iLcsli.1 Campbell, Isa
Dunlop).
HiAh Fourth—Mabel Simmonds,
Marion Lawrence, Tommy Morris,
Hoii- MeCarter, (Victoria Joliilo, Hi'-a
Tomlinson).
Intermediate Founh — O-car Lundell, Manuel John-on, Pai Skene,
Frank Dunn, Alma Corson.
Senior Intermediate — Thomas Maley. Leonard Maley. James Hour..e.
Elizabeth Tapping,  Cassle MeKinnon.
Junior IntermediatemEstella Shuttlewood, Kathleen Sutherland, (Irene
Morgan, Florence M Donald , I izzie
Robertson   Florence Bo.nn .
Second Reader—Hugh Mcliae, Pat
Cowan, Arthur Needham, Willie Jam-
ei on, Tritlie Lei-jh.
First Reader—Stewart Burridge, Alfred Bourne, Alfred Abrahams in, Cathie Do.hard, Felix Edwards.
I i li Second Primer—Stuart Mc-
ica . Margaret Miekelson, Jes-ie
Bruce, (lms i/.ia Truxti, Aimer Cal -
eon.
Second Primer—Jimmie Jamleson,
Eldon Cor-oa Mario Lid.., Nellie Allan, Clarence Nelson, Frank Fleming,
Brid -man Ta lor, Willie Moms. El -
:n r Stone.
First Primer—Wilhelmlna Bmythe,
Corinne Sinyihe, Qeofge Price, David
Williamson, Marjorie Cleland, H.-m-iet-
ta  McMahon, Beatrice  JoliiHe.
1. iiin-;    Cla-s—Str.ari   Laug-hion,
,Walter Whitby, Norman MeHlmoyle,
Isabel Coursier, Alfred Bui-ridge, Irvin
Hulett.'.
SELKIRK   SCHOOL
Senior Intermediate Gra'.,-, Clas> A.—
L. Hobson, D. layttle, K. Morgan, 1.
Hay, F, Porta,. Clasi B.—M. .Goodwin. A. Morgan, J. Bro-vn, W. Bliir,
I.B. Hay, L. Goodwin .
Junior     intermediate,  i".a-s 1.— 0.
l.aiji.a I.   li.   K:. , .   ■ .   i
Lee, (J. Gui/o,  J. Pug ley .
class 2.—L. Beech, i'. K Icy eki, It.
Beech, K. Kin-aid, R. Lindmark.
S.-coti I Reader—E. Frey, J. Crawford, h. n, Hi.,--. ,E. McDonell. D.
Purvis-,  F.  Mei'arty.
First Reader—H. Porter, R. Mi- ielii,
R. Goodwin, V. Polhck. A. Tevin.
Hit.h   Se-ond Primer—i W. Henderson
W. Porter), R. Sinanni, J. Ringer, E.
. n -.
Junior Second Primer—R, Frey,
Fred. Skene, J. McRae, J. Goch, E.
Enid.  M.  Howson.
Junior First Reader—0. Limozki, C
Mackenrot, D. Kilpatrick, A. Coming,
R. Turk,  IF. Tumble.  E. Smith).
S.nior Fir'- Primer—A. U-es, A.
Ho>-on, 0. Morgan, H. Anlerson R.
Buiscio.
Junior First Primer—L. Purvis, A.
Goscb, iT. Lundell, M. Pradolini), B.
Kin ad. R.  Pettipice.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby gi ei t'\at a*, the
next regulai i e.-::n ■ ol he lb,ard of
Licen in; Conmitslonen f0r th Clt}
ol lie-.els'..eke to be hei 1 a'ter the ex-
plration il I I rty dny- .':.em ihe date
Hereof, application wil I.e made by
the ur.dersl.-ned  for in      to
i.hn Caley to transfer to .i.e. Ta;>-
,.n- the Iloiel Ii • nse lo sell liquors
by retail at the premises known as the
City Hotel Revelstoke, B.C.
Dated this 2nd day of May,  1913.
John Caley. hy I is at'orney in fact,
W. H. Pratt.
J. C. TAPPING.
Mav Tth, 30,1.
arrived from  lho   west  c.inada. That company   only  controls  -g*
cn Thursday's noon train.   He is   on  the  Unit.-d Slates, and business     d-    .
..  m  ....  u  .....  m/W if,
his annual tour of inspection of
district.
thc
we say. this wn-' o-ca-doned, it is ex-
plained, by the stage and not the
show. In nil "The Peine* ot Tonight''
is the best entertainment that hns
visited Visalia this season.— V ieal is
Morning Delta, Saturday, April li>th.
Thi    company  Will appear nt tbe op-
Club. Empi-cs- th"atre.
June ith—"The   Red Ro-ie"    at    tbe
Opera Tfousei
June —?—"Uncle Tom's Cabin"
theatre.
tails here in Cannda  will huve to be
made with other  parties.   Howe ver.  I
Hon. Mr. Taylor left on  this1 morn-  have hee-n convinced    that Banfl     or
ing's  south train for L^ke points nnd  some  of your beautiful  towns in  thc
mountains will be the site of the see--
ond big sanatarium in Canada that
Dr.  Friedman will  build.
atic Club,  un.ler auspices of Tennis  wil1 retll,-n  ,0  lhe city  on     Tuesday,
mi!inm ». i ■• ininn "ft bo* an Apm 22nd.
Coming—"Royal
Empress theatre
Players," at   the
when he will remain several days.
The    battle    cruiser New    Zealand,
while on her    voyage between South
Africa anl Australia,   wai* simultaneously in wireless communication with  rK'' has
thc two continents. This is believed to  protest.
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The recent attempt to   change     the  W
name of Fort George to Prin'-e Geo-   «]
started up n hornet's nest    ol   |
Government   officials  will not If,
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w'   make o ir   Ice    Cream
and Can li * m OUI SeW Sum
taiy Fa orv. UI 1 r th" cleanest oniitions pos-ibl<\ Our
Can 1. K.iMt ii 'h' only "in-
between CaU*ary an 1 Van ou-
ver, Om hi h -i a.m is W
" Quality."
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be a record distance.
lm a party to the transaction.
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THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, MAY 10th, 1911.
For  Quick  Sale
House, Corner Second and McArthur, 50
Feet, Easy Terms  $2950
House,   modern,   Fifth   Street,    50 Feet,
Easy Terms  $3000
House, Corner Robson and Fourth Street,
50 Feet, Easy Terms  $2900
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
JOHN D. SIBBALD, Prbs. J. 1>. SIBBALD, JR., Sue.
^  !>
EARLY SPRING GOODS
Consisting of every conceivable si/.e anil make of
Hats, Gloves, Shoes and Underwear; also a most
extensive stock <>f Neckiies of every shade and
style.
We have als i a specially fine assortment of samples
for our Spring Clothing Order Departmeet.
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Fit-Reform Clothing Stetson Hats Foot-Rite Shoes
BUSINESS IS   GOOD
At the Busy McIntyre Corner
Beans, small, white, easy to cook, 3 lb. for  25c
.1 ipan Rice, finest, cooks soft 3 lb. for  25c
Stephen's Chow Pickles, per bottle  35c
Sliced Lemon ClinK Peaches, small tin  20c
•Ioiin McIntyre & SON
First Street.
GOODS Al.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
Teu 41
a   Hobson
734
THE MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED  I86S
Record of Progress for Five Years—1906-1911
1906 1911
Capital        .... $ 3.000.000 • 4,000,000
Reserve  3,000.000 4,600,000
Deposits      .... 23.677,730 85,042,811
Loans and Investments         - 27.1 -"'7,000 3MM.801
Total Assets        -      -       - 33,090,192 48,237,284_
Ha» 83 Branches In Canada and Agents and Correapondanta In all"
ths Principal Cities In the World.
A OtNIRAL MANKIND BUSINESa TRANItOTID
SAVINGS  BANK  DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Interest allowed at highest ourrsnt rate.
Revelstoke Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager
LIBERALS
WILL NOT AID
AGRICULTURE
Telephone No. 93
GOODS DELIVERED
The Liberal party is always talking
loiully about its sympathy for tha ;
farmers ol Canada. Sympathy is ab-
mii aB far as ilie Liberals ever go.
Their real position was shown up in
lhe House this week when the Opposi
tion recorded their votes against the
two most important measures, as fains the farmer is concerned, ever in-
ii ii,ini nl in parliament. One was tho
hill io encourage agriculture and the
Othor was the Highways' measure of
Umi. Frank Cochrane, designed to iu-
Itlate ona big scale a scheme for better roads through rural Canada.
There i- no section oi th'13 whole
country that would not be immediately improved Iiy the building of boi-
iei highways, and this Is true of both
ilie- farming country and tho market
town close at band and a good road
I.y which to travel to it at any time
ol the year is undoubtedly in a better
position tbun the farmer who lue-ks
either ihe market town or the means
oi reaching il easily and safely.
FACTIOUS    OBJECTIONS.
The objections that were raised by
the Liberals to ibis hill were, a.* in
the rase, of tbe agriculture bill, of tho
most factious character. They want-
i-d ibe money to be spent by iho provinces, and although the Dominion
was looting the bill tbey wanted tho
Dominion government to have nothing
to -ay about tb.- expenditure. Then
they wanted the minister lo add a
clause to the effect that the division
ol lbe money would be on the basis ]
ol populai ion. This despite the prom
iso uf the minister and the Premier
that this was tin- Intention of the bill
and des, it,, the fact ihat the money
last year pla -ed in the estimates wa3
appropriated on ibis I asis. Because
ih ir demands were no', met, every
Liberal voted a?ainsi this measure as
we'll as ihe Agriculture Bill. Tbe fact
is that they were only looking for an
io vote against the bill, trusting as they lid last vear that the
Senate wo ild again  throw ii out.
Boveral I.i oral members openly
boasted that the Senate would a'.ain
kill  the measure.
Sold by A. HOBSON & CO
REVFLSTOKK
Revelstoke Mesi Market, Ltd.
SWIFT'S . . .
Blood and Bone     j|$f
FERTILIZERS
E. G. BURRIDSE & SON
Plumbers and Tin' mith j
Repairs     '•'ot Air nwi Furnaco
work a Spcc'aliy
-WORK    SHOf-
Connaught   'vo, Rflvxlutnki
Lum!)
.Come and look at our Trian.de Sad
Irons   guaranteed for e i r
PRICI*.   6 Lr. IKON. $3.90
A G.  DUCK
Estimates given d ee
ermai
It will
mak at
Old T
\K ELLS
Seeding Time
As the time foi
lef.es
Hay and Grains
■
OUR   OWN   BAKING
::om the be I
-
Bt   of worl
-
WE OTFER YOU A   DINNER
-.  !-,  cannot gel at tbe ordinary restaurant      The   quality   oi   the   food,   the
■ i,re uf llie cooking  and   the   per-
of its setv ng make a dinm r here
' i ri me ml i red with pleasure.
TRY   THIS  RESTAURANT
• time you fee] like eating some-
nice,    We-  ran   gratify  you
queen's taste     i • me alum- if you
i h lend il i"ii can.     A good
linner like ours ought  te'   be  eaten   in
WINDSOR    CAFE
A. •:.   I il i ak i-iiN  Mi n Hirer.
SMYTHE'S
Plymouth Rocks
EGGS FOR HATCHING
.'•:i»   ici' k	
BUM i    I
PARTRIDGE!   ROCKS
i iir. I'LANS lm i    differ
ie ,-n   •■■ You  iii i)   nol
■   1 '   ll    e-       1 1   .
OUk     I'LANS
•*ntnrt •••» '*   include    unit lisl   will   give
I   |l  I I'lll      Slid        H      I  e   II.   el     [hip
:.', matter how impo tanl   ■■!   how un-
:ii.|k,i tanl   lbe job  m,    lie,   ■• •■   nevei
lljghl .,- ' I'LUMHINf/V/OHK.
J3.00
WfllTK    RO< K
Kxhiintion  Strain  .
BUFF   ROOKS 	
BtMWtioO     J'rii.n B.M
Herrmd F'-n flarrH Roekl J: 'K)
i'er Setting Of  1.'  Bzg«)
My Rarmrt Whi'e I'-ifT Ro6ka havn *.,n
■r      iho*n    at  lioih  Pro
Hhnwi  I  won    Mir  Prize*
STOCK KOFI HAI.K.
ROY  SMYTHE
REVELSTOKE
RHflSIOK FILMING INO HEATING CO.
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer      Drayintf
Hand'in^ Pianos a  Specialty
Phone 42  -    Night Phone 85
A Pail, With Water—
a Brush—and a Pkg. of
Alabastine
WIM,t
^iE
li
AUIVASTINE
transform the ugliest walls into walls of beauty—of art
—of refinement.    Alnhastine walll nre  pleasing to thc
most cultivated   tastes.   Anyone can apply
Alabastine by following tbe directions.   Alt
you need is a pail, with water, an J n flat
brush.   The rest is easy.    Alahastine, unlike
wall paper and}kaUomtne, hardens, aud becomes
part of the wall Itself.     Alabastine stick* to the wall
permanently.  It is the only absolutely sanitary wait covering.
CHURCHSI
COLD WATERS
A new coat can be applied without removing old one. Alabastine is made iu
white, and twenty-one charming tints.
Come in and get the Alabastine tint
book. We'll show you how really beautiful Alabastine is.
FREE STENCILS
These free Stencils are worth from f>0c. to
$1.00. They enable you to more beautifully decorate your home. Call
in for particulars.
Nmir tii-ititlnr
Without I.ittll
Cltuiih on I.obtt
•■ EJE
BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
First St, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
Plumbing Heating Tinsmithing
Special Attention Paid to Mail Orders
. . . It Miqht Be Cold. . .
IBTTT
It is always hot in the plunge at Halcyon Hot Springy
whose natural hot medicinal waters are the most wonderful health restorer on the Continent- Our record of cures
of rheumatism and othor chronic complaints is unequalled
and verified by our gratified patrons. Located among the
greatest scenery of Canada, easv of access,—the Sanitarium is luxuriously fitted and finished for comfort and
convenience of guests.
Haley on Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. B0YO, Proprietor. - Halcyon. Arrow Lakes
cr
JUST OPENED UP   UNDER   NEW   MANAGEMENT
The Kootenay Brewery
Manufacturing
ALE      PORTER      LAGER  BEER
53
A. COLARCH. PROP.
KLVILSTOKE. B. C.
te,
GIVE  US A  TRIAL  ORDER
onnnnnnanPDDDonDaaDnDDODDDDonDDDDcmnDaaaQDDc
Now Is the Time for Fertilizing Vour Garden
Have a Car of Fertilizer on Track.
Save money by buying direct from
Car - - -
P. BURNS & GO., Limited I
janaPDaaDaannaDDnnaaDauanQPOupaann
i|M'K[H|a|»[a-Hj«[i
CELEBRATE MAY 24TH
 AT ENDERBY	
$50—Cash (Special) Prize—$50
Given   in Log  Rolling   Contest
T3 A QT7V3 ATT Revelstoke vs. Vernon
x3xA.OX-/Xj/\X-/X-/     -        ■ Bnderby      vs. Salmon Arm
LACROSSE   -   -   -
FOOTBALL -   -   -
Kevelstoke
vs. Armstrong
Armstrong
vs. Knderhy
I RUNNING RAGES AND GENERAL FIELD SPORTS   j j
Open to All Owners.     $10 anil $5 Cash Prizes.
RLVtLSrOKr. VERNON AND LNDLRBY CITY BANDS
I N    A T T li N I) A N C H
B. C. Horse and Boy Scouts in Parade
Numerous Special Features oi interest to all, and everything
looking to ili.- entertainment and comfort of visitors will be
provided.
Special train Irom Revelstoke and Okanagan landing and way
points.      Excursion coaches will also he provided on the regn-
lar train leaving Revchtoke at 7:03 a.m.. returning same night.
One (are and a third (tf round trip.
I'or any lurther inl irmation address:
Secretary Celebration Committee, Enderby, B. C. ,
SATURDAY, MAY 10th, 1913.
THE MAIL-HERALD,REVELSTOKE
PAGE THREE
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J. B. Watson Realty Co.
Six Room Modern House, Corner of Robson Avenue
and Fourth Street $2800
Six Room Modern House, Fourth Street $2200
Eleven Room House,  Fourth Street,   near McKenzie
Avenue  _• $3000
100 Feet Seventh Street, near McKenzie Avenue $1500
Store Building McKenzie Avenue for Rent.
Give in Your Listings if You Want a Quick Sale
J. B. Watson Realty Co.
W. H. HOROBIN, Manager.       Local Agency American Casually Co.
EGG-LAYING
CONTEST
RESULTS
Serond International Eg-g-Layiut'
contest, held under supervision of the
Provincial Department of Agriculture,
at the    Exhibition grounds,  Victoria.
Total eggs laid from December 2,
li>12, to May 2,   1918.
CLASS i.-Nou-weight Varieties, six
birds to a pen'
lajaiaiasiarajsiaiaji^^aiaMaisia^
1
sjaMarajsMraHaET^ajaiBerai^eiEMaJ
O. B. N. WILKIE
CAJRIDS
PROVINCIAL  LAND  SURVEYOR
Pen        Breed
1—Anconas 	
2—White Leghorns 	
3—White Leghorns 	
No. Eggs
 491
 4C3
 4815
OFFICE
LAWRKNCl'J HARDWARE BLOCK
REVELSTOKE, B. O.
W.  H.  WALLACE,   M.U.O.S.A.
ARCHITECT
Box 205, Telephone 313. Revelstoke
iUIIVKY.  McOARTHR
AND PINKHAM,
The Revelstoke Boot, Shoe and Harness
Repairing Department
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
MAKERS   OF    FINE    WELT    SHOES
The style, the workmanship and wear
And comfort born of every pair;
Of 20th Century welts that's sold
Will draw new trade, and hold the old.
■I—White  Leghorns   55'J
5—White Leghorns  403
c—White Leghorns  4M
7—White L.rhorns  4-87
8—Black Minor.-as  178
9—Ane onas   3G6
10— While Leghorns  40U
11—Brown  Lehhorns  389
12—S. S. Hamburgfl  432
13—White Leghorns  486   COURT
11—While  Leghorns  503
15—White Leghorns  598
16—White Leghorns  558
17—White Leghorns  596
IS—White Leghorns  551
19—While Le.h rtw  443
 457
Barrliten,  Hnilrltorn,  Etc.
Imperial   Hank   Building   Rov#)-
■tok«, B. C.
Money to Loan.
Offlcw—Revelstoke,    B.   O.,    mei
Cranbrook, B.  O.
Oo. 8. MeCarter,
A. M. Pinkham, J. A. Harvey
RevelBtoke, Cranbrook
MT.      BEGBIE,
OF I. O. F.
No. mi.
LADIES' DRESS SKIRTS
Another Shipment to hand of Spring
and Summer Styles in
Voiles,  Panama and Lustre
20 Pcr Cent. Discount for Cash
MRS. A. G. CRICK,    -    URST 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
y/       H, J. KdCftUY, Fiifriihr. ^s^/
'£LSTOV<.£
;fe
Strictly First Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with Bath
Union  Hotel
JUST NBWLY REPAIRED
RATES,      .     $1.50 PER DAY
Weekly and monthly rates to be arranged.       Meal Tickets, 21 meals for {6.00
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
A. P. LBVESQUE, Proprietor
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably   furnished   with  the  choicest tbe
market affords.     Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigar*     Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
J.   .A-TjBIDIRT     STOITEl     PROP.
20*—Bufl Leghorns 	
CLASS IL—Weight Varieties:
Meets In I. O. O. F. Hall nm to
Tapping's Opera House every second
and fourth Monday In month. Visiting hrcthren cordially welcomed.
H. V. MORGAN, C. R.
WM. 8. OAMBRON. Rac.-Ssc.
SELKIRK      LODGE 12,  1.  O.  0. F.
KOOTENAY
■Jt—Barced Rocks)  333
22—White Wyandottes  155
23—Barred Rocks  3G4
24—Black Orpingtons  408
25—Whit.- Wyandottes 445
26—Huff  Orpingtons    *J'J8
27—White Wyandoftes  426
2S—While tor.  Game  342
29—S. C. Reds  443
36— Col. Wyandottes'  408
31—White  Wyandotte's   377   Rngular
32—Dull Orpingtons  562
33—Bailed Rocks  453
34—R. C. Reds  328
85—Barred Hoeks  468
36—Blaik Orpingtons  '200
37—S.  C.  Reds  469
38—White Orpingtons  285
89—3. C. Re.ls  537
4i»—White Orping-tond  305
MppI« every Thursday evening In
Selkirk Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting
lirethren  cordially  invited.
C. NORTH, N. G.
JAS   MATHIE, Sec.
LODGE.  No.   i5 A.
and A.  M.
F.
meeting* are held ln MASONIC TEMPLE. OddfBllows' Hall
on the Third Monday in each month
at 8 n m. Visiting hretliron ar*
cordially  welcome.
J. HI HAMILTON, W. M.
A. G. BROOKER, Secretary.
C.  W. O.  W.
Mountain Visw Camp, No. 229.
Record day's production for month,
17(1 eggs.   Total eggs for month, 4,7'.|8
Comparison with other contests tor
flve months:
"North American" total average egg
yield per hen 47.5.
En.-lish Contest total average egg
yield per hen,   13.8.
International total average egg
yield per hen, 71.7.
During the month, daily (omitting
Sundaysi, each Pen has received approximately li tbs. of dandelion leaves for which they have evinced a great
liking.
W. H.  Stroyan, j. R. Terry,
Poultrymau. Secietary.
Meets Second    and     Fourth Wednes-
davi    tn  each   month   In     Selkirk
Hall.      Visiting  Woodmen  ars
cordially Invited to attend
JAMES McINTYRE, CO,
H. W. EDWARDS. Clerk.
REVELSTOKE LOYAL ORDER
MOOSE No.  1085
Meets every first and third Tuesday in Oddle.lows Hall. Visiting
hrethern  cordially invited to attend.
A. Grant, Dictator.
H. L. Haug, See.'rclary.
The Appellate Jurisdiction Bill, providing   two new   law lords for     the
"You look warm." judicial committee of the Privy Coun-
"I've been chasing a hat." cil. was read a third time in the houso
"Did your hat blow off?'' 6   of lords and passed,
"lt wasn't my hat. lt belonged to In sentencing two militant suflrag -
somebody else, and it had a pretty girl ettcs recently, Justice Sir John Eldon
inder it." Bankes said:—"I would send you ar-
"Did you catch it?" ound  the world in a sailing ship     if
"Yes. My wife saw me chasing it."    the law permitted it."
Thomas A. Edison's
Blue Amberol Records
have increased the enjoyment of the
Ediion Phonograph
An Edison entertainment has always meant the best that
the opera, concert and vaudeville stage can offer.
The use of Blue Amberol Records meant that these
selections, dearer, sweeter and longer, can be repeated
thousand of times with the same perfect resuka. And
they are practically unbreakable. A«k four dealer to
play tome for you and you'll be convinced.
■ A.!* m. b«, 100
A compUu Ub* ol EdUao
K.J.U.B..
•nd fUeavJswflfca
JOHN  BINGHAM'S
Revelstoke Hardware Co., Ltd
See
the
Prices
SALE of DISHES
See
the
Prices
Pontraciva Silver-Grey   stock patterns
Cups Ct% Saucers Regular S3.00 Doz. This week $2
8 in.   Plates " 3.00    " " 2
1
6 in.
2.50
5 in.
2.00
7in. Large Soups    "
2.50
Oatmeals
2.00
Fruit Saucers
1.50
Gravy Boats
.65
Cream Jugs
.50
Covered Sugars
.75
Vegetable Dishes '
1.50
Water Jugs
.40
1
97-piece Set of Above, Regular $22 50,  Tliis Week.  $14.
These Dishes are Semi-Porcelain,  and   the   pattern
guaranteed not to rub off.
SEE   OUR   CENTER   WINDOW
.15
,10
,55
,00
70
25
90
45
30
55
15
25
50
is
Revelstoke Hardware Company, Ltd.
Dealers in Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Paints, Oils, C&c.
Agents for Minerva Paints and Oxford Ranges.
q.<>0-0<>0<K><><K><>OK><><><KKK>0<>-0 Oo-Q
<j>     THREE    HUNDRED 2
jj     Men's Suits,—latest European $
1     and American models, $20 to $
1     $40. Every shade, every style ?
$     and every pattern,by the lead- $
ing makers, Coppley,Noyes C& 9
Randall, the  House  of Hob- X
berlin and the famous Society
Brand, now  being  displayed
by McRae Mercantile Co., the
I     home of good clothes.     .   .   .
►<k>o<><khk>o<h>o<kk>o^>o<kkv<kk: -6
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros.
Props.
First-Class in all
respects.
All Modern
Conveniences
RATES, $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Rates
REVELSTOKE. B. C.
WHU
D0HINI0H
ROYAL N All
SUAMCH5
MMI
SAILING EVERY TUESDAY FROM
MONTREAL        QUEBEC LIVERPOOL
New S.S. Laurentic. .(15.000 Tons». New S.S. Megantic
First-Class—$92.50-      Second   ?53.75.     Third   $32.50
S. S. Teutonic
582 feet long.
Twin Screw
Steamers
S. S.Canada
514 feet long.
Only One Class Cabin dl) $50.00 and Up
and Third Class $31.25 and Up, Carried
For Sailings, Illustrated Booklets, etc.. apply to
COMPANY'S   OFFICES
619 SECOND AVENUE, NEAR CHERRY ST., SEATTLE
C. P. R. Ticket Agent, Revelstoke
Read "Mail-Herald" SALES AND WANTS for Snaps
ft
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THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, MAY 10th, 1913.
EtaStO'VO
ELECTRIC STOVE and TOASTER Combined
This Day ()nly $2.65
Electric Iron
A Chance ol a Lifetime,    Regular $5 Iron, this day
only $,i-5''
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First  Principles
tchcn range was originally thought of for
cooking purposes.    The fuel was placed in the
ited.     Drafts were turned on and
the led up.    Drafts were checked as soon
as the fire was wc!! uni
From the time .  kitchen   range was
io until thc Gurney Economizer was invented
a tremendous amount cf heat was wasted,
absolutely wasted.     This heat should bc retained
he stove I rpese for which it was created
—to C    ■'.:    ...ll
range absolutely retains
imount of waste
1 to produce
utes an exti moderate heat in I
heneverand . 1; you desire it.   What
this means every worn ws.
You are not fair to yourself or your purse if
you do not invest:. ■ Economizer in buyin
new range.
At thc same time
tional value of th exclusive features of (
. e—the Divided Flue   the Special Gr I
thc Eroilcr c*
Che ODafMbcralb
t'UHI.ISHK.n   WKDNKSTUY   AND
.SATORDAX AT
KEVELSTOKE. B.   C.
interior UMiMtsbtiiij Company.
LlmltnU
J.  K.  JOHNSON,  Manager.
RALPH  Q.   SORDTON,   Editor
IJ?, ION. \&J) L A ll F. I>
SATURDAY. MAY 101li,  1913.
At last evening's session of the rity
eiiuiK'il, some requests were before the
,iiy fathers for extensions of the wa-
lii mains to newly si-ltlotl Sections of
lhe city. These requests brought up
the question of the pasBage of thu
Water and Eleotrlc Light Loan rates
bylaw, which ''alls for an expenditure
ni $15,000 for Improvements and ex-
t ii mn- of the system bo that those
,111,'ins alio want water carried to
their promises should take time by tho
forelock an.l get out and work I'or the
pas ago of this bylaw ou the 22nd of
ilus month,
ll   ibis   bylaw      passes   tlle  eity   will
bave funds to attend to b'uch extensions,
Elsewhere in this issue will be seen
a i oniiiiiiaic.il ion dealing with the num
I.ii ing of the bouses m RevelBtoke,
with a view of getting out a proper
directory of the city. There is hu two
sides to this matter, the dwellings'
should !)'• numbered and that without
delay.
Th:s matter ba b en previously dealt with thru1 the toiumi.s o; tbis paper
so much comment is therefore withheld
We sincerely hope tha.'. the city couneil will in the immeaiate future take
the i.eMc- ary Steps to nan- Ki'telsiuku
dwellings numbered, ttlieu this is
done the que.-'.ion ot an up-to-date dir
ectory is merely a matter of detail.
Tha official    announcement    of   the
awarding of the contract for the Hog
lis  Pass  tunnel,  which  involve- an expenditure' of millions o! money, should
:        .Iticii in   to  - iti I.,   even the  mo-t
skeptical as  io  the  rosy  prospects' for
■ >..>   [or somo years to come.
Times are now i n the mend,     and
. in   s  m: n  who falls  to  make
. e.ie.l ,:e... :. can i ulj thank him
; mi ti ma ag hi own affairs,
Wan the Dominion Lands in the Rall-
...i. !'. It o for settlement and Mt.
rie,el oke m i le , i overnmi nl reserve
1 be   Hi ■   :i      nl   post   office
ie. ild n •   i.n  • I       in  trm 'inn,   and    the
Pass 1  i ii i .ii i doul le tra k-
. .■      that
stoke.
for an
;h'  knocker
istoke
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EUdcD BY
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NEW SPRING GOODS
Ladies Tweed Skirts
Ladies 1-piece Dresses
Ladies' Suits
Only a few Suits left to clear at
Special Prices,
in  White    Lawn,   and   Muslins.
Regular $4 and $5.     Your choice
for $2.00
White Wash Skirts
Prices $1.75 to £2.50.
Women's Spring Hosiery
Women's   White Underwear.
Ladies'House Dresses
Reg. fl. $3, ?3 -to clear at $2.00.
Millinery!
Millinery
Spring Wash Goads
On* stock Never P.'fter.    Prices
marked down from   10c. and .''.r>c
Now 2~>c.
Millinery
Wc are keeping i*i touch with
the Eastern Market.     You can
depend upon the latest styles,
D & YOUNG
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I-Iomk Portraiture
Those who find it inconvenient to ^et round u*i ihe ph ito-
grapher's, can have a first-c ass portrait taken at home, in
almost anv st)le, hiu! with unique and pleasing effects.
Drop a card or call in at thc TRUEMAN STUDIO and an
Th? True.nzn Studio   appo'ntment will at once be made.    Exteriors also taken.
Ji-. Douglas Tourner
tE*5Sstasara.*:rssTS3Eii:EaaiR 'iu^ica
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FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL
It makes no difference what you rigtiro on
plnnthig this season—we con supply you.
nml with tbe fint'.-t qunlity nf nursery Btock
ever grown.
All trees, plnntSi vinos, berries, shrubs,
pens, n ses, etc., sold by us nro guar-
teed
TRUE TO  NAME
It wll] pay you u> jet In touch with us.
,.   EVERY PLANTER NEEDS OUR BOOK-
LANDSCAPE GARDENING
8c   WHAT TO  PLANT"
32 PAGES, lO^CSTAMPS)
ERASER
, HM RICHARD M<C0MB,GENlMGR
2 ■iBOX.A.ALDERGROVE.B.C.
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High Class Decorator
Painting and Paper Hanging
KALSOMINIM, STALLING. VARNISHING. ETC.
Residence
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Estimates Given Free on Application
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THEN A CUP OF
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will refresh you with its  bright,  spicy
llevir iml Inj'.ri.'.'.    Sold  in   1   lb.
l.'ail packages.
Price, 36c, 40c. and 50c/:per lb.
G. W.BELL
Phono No. 23
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KOOTfNAY AGENCIES, Ltd.
■i   le   k i ma in, Manager.
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Announcement
This is of Interest to You!
Tho ('nini,lini llienic iiivi-simi'iii Company,
I,'.I., i li.' nl.ii'.-i nnil l.-ugi'M (.'i ) (Ivu prr cent
Inin inini nny iii ('eiii.iila has appointed a
resident ngenl In Kevelstoke \\ln> will ho
pleas d to explain whereby Ibia established
I'lini'iun ii'e making fl per cent. loans to its
Contract I1 ld<*rs from Coasl to Coast,
Y III WISH TO in II.ii'.
f>    HAVK   \ MOHTGIVaK  VI' A ttlUHKR BATE?
VOU WANT TO M \HK A 8APB [NVB8TMENT?
THEN INVESTIGATE THK  <:. II. I. C.   SYSTEM   TO-DAY,
Ml K'ttr ■    ■>    f      Rl      li lol ',   II. f.
Head Office and Paotory, Ton , Ont.' Ifl)
Phone, 262 0
./. B   Watson Sr Co.   . Resident Agents.
Itevelstoke, B. C.
Thc Canadian  Home Investment  Co.
1.1 M I T E I)
Head Office Pacific Building, Second Flour, Vancouver, H.C.
Branches Throughout Canada.
■l"l«l«|»| .SATURDAY, MAY J0t.h, 19,13.
THE MAIL-HERALD REVELSTOKE
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During This Month There
Wi.l be Plenty of Bargains Displayed in This
Store, Watch for Them
Watch Our Windows for
Special Lines and Bargains During This Month
Look at Price Tickets.
Ladies Kitchen Aprons
Just the real thing for household work.
All the good styles in good washing percales, ginghams and prints, from the
common apron to lhc more elaborate all-
over apron ....
50c. to $1.50 Each.
House Dresses
Good quality percale, nice   style,  good
washing materials
$1.90 Each
Ladies Spring Hose
Ne v Spring Hose for Ladies and Children, in blacks, tans and colored, in all
sizes. We have a special line 3 pairs for
11.00 or      .....
35c. Per Pair
MEET ME AT HUME'S
" Rest Room," Second floor up—take
the Elevator. There are plenty of
nice, comfortable chairs, writing table
and telephone.    C. B. Hume  £& Co.,
Limited, provide them for the use of
the public.   You can get a good view
of MacKenzie Ave. from the window
while }'ou wait for me.
MEET ME AT HUME'S
Women's Rain Coats
By a lucky purchase we have a dozen
Women's English Rainproof Coats, the
real Pourenella; a mannish coat with
Raglan sleeve, tan and lawn colors.
These are $20 coats. They go on sale
Thursday morning at
$10.00   Each
D. and A. Corset
A Special in Corsets on sale these days
—the celebrated "D. & A." New, long
model, made of white coutile, well bound.
Any si/.e, at ... .
$1.00 Each
Small Boys Wash Suits
In good, strongGalatra,  etc.,   any size,
white and colors, at
$1.90 Per Suit.
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New soft collar shirts t>nd lounge shirts, either with
detachable or attached collars—the newest in patterns and designs: soft self colored patterns, in
greys, tans, champagnes, whites and blues, white
zephyrs, and self hair lines; hair lines in blue, black
and mauve; solid colors in many shades. We have
them in wool, taffeta, silk, zephyrs and prints, and at
prices which are convincing.
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$! .25 to $150 Each
SANDALS
Barefoot Sandal season is upon us and
as usual we are prepared to give you
exactly what you want. Soft, flexible
soles, double stitched all the way round
the sole—can't rip. Keep them in
mind.
W9HH»
mnu-Hueevemm
Sizes, 4 to 7, at
Sizes, 8 to 10, at
Sizes, I to 2. at
$1.00
$1.25
$1.50
Friday anil Baturday
CHILDREN'S FELT HATS—A genuine snap for those who
who know. All colors—blue, red, brown, green and
heather, in soft shapes: values up to 51.25. Now on
sale for two days only at the one price for all
55c. Each
BOYS' SUITS-B^ys' STRAIGHT KNICKER Suits in sizes
from 28 to 33. They are all the famous "Lion Brand''
and are made up of some of the best values in the store.
Far two days only the price will be
$3.35 Per Suit
Bargain Day Goods will not be sent out on approval.
J
Oun Grocery and Crockery" Department
The Best Medicine on Earth for Colds
JOHNSTON'S FLUID BEEF, (16 ounce Bottles)
BOVRIL, 4 ounce bottles,
BOVRIL,  2 ounce bottles,
Si.oo
65c
35c
A Large  and Well Assorted List of Pickles
Crosse & Blackwell's Walnut, pts. 35c qts. G5c
,, Mixed pts. 35c qts. 65c
,,   Chow-Chow pts. 35c qts. 65c
,, ,, Gerkins pts. 35c qts. 65c
,, White onions pts. 35c qts. 65c
,, ,,   Imp. Relish pts. 35c	
M ,,        Oriental pts. 15c	
,, Sweet pickles pts. 40c	
Swan Bean Chow-Chow and Mixed	
 20 ounce bottles, 35c
Victoria Cross Chow-Chow and Mixed 35c
Heinze's Sweet Sauce and Chow-^how and
Indian Relish in Bottles.
Gillard's Relish, Chutneys, Pin Money Pickles
Steven's White Onions, Mixed,  Chow-Chow,
Walnuts and Gerkins.
SEEDS
Flower Seeds, in bulk and in packages.
Vegetable Seed     " "
Lawn Grass Seed
Lawn Clover Seed "
Timothy, Red Clover, in bulk and in packages.
Sweet Pea Seed in the best varieties.
SEEDS
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I Specials For Friday and Saturday
T    Mixed Pickles,  pint bottles     20c
T    Roast Beef, Roast Mutton, Boiled Mutton, 2 lb. tins     30c
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1 lb. tins     20c    Jj
House Furnishing Department
Reduction Sale on Carpet Squares still on. Do not wait but buy now.
VERANDAH SCREENS—Something everyone requires. They will
keep out the sun and at the same time let the air in. We have them in all
Sizes and colors.
WALL PAPER We carry a complete stock and can please every taste.
We also handle Beds, Mattresses, Comforters, Pillows, Curtain Shades, Curtain Rods, Linoleum, Carpet Sweepers.   Goods and Prices are Right.
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THE MAIL-HERALD REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, MAY 10th, 1913.
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No Other Hosiery
Offers This—
-clothing that fits witli absolute perfection,
reasons you will readily see if you'll glance at
picture here . . . the only hose made that is penna-'
nently shaped to the foot and leg, antl that is b
Seamless  and  Snug-Fitting
You would not think of buying huso with a senm up the front
of the led .... wouldn't thnt bo ugly and uncomfortable?
Probably you buy the kind  with  a  scum up the buck only
because ynu  didn't  know   there was a kind free from that
discomfort   und   unsightllness.     There is,  however.   You
can get the better kind in  any  weight   or  color   if you
buy hosiery made hy
Penmans   Limited
Paris
Underwear,
Sweaters,
Canada
Hosiery
Full Fashioned
Seamless
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!maerial Sank
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imperial :sami of Oan?
Head Ofico   Toronto, Ontario 0
Capital Subscribed - 6.000,000.00 $
Capital Paid Up - 6,770,00^.00
Reserve        ...        - 6.770,000.00
Total Assets,       -      - $72,000,000.00
Branches or Agents at all principal points in Canads,
Agents in Oreat Britain and Dnited State* London, England,
Lloyds Bank, Limited. Chicago Firsl National Rank, Corn Exchange National Bank, Seattle Seattle National B ink. San Francisco—Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank. Spokane Exchange
Y   National Bank. V
A Savings Bank Department I
». Deposits nf $1 ami upward,  received, and interest allowed al    jk
Vr   current rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited V
9    Revelstoke Branch   A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.    9
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Your Business will GROW when you Advertise MORE
PETITION
AGAINST
BANK ACT
\ I'.'iitiou demanding a revolution
in the hanking system ol Canada aud
imputing much of the depression iu
usiness and commerce to the arbi -
truiy decision of the chartered banks,
U now being circulated in Vancouver,
and is being largely signed. Copies of
the petition have already been forwarded to Mr. H. H. Stevens, M.P.,
for Vancouver, and the other members
for B.C. constituencies. When the de-
sired number of signatures is attached to ill" petition it will lie foi warded to the Banking and Finance Com-
iniitee in Ottawa.
Al  the outset the     petition     states
i th.it many business     men throughout
Canada have suilerod financial disaster bj  the' periodical  tightness of mou-
i y  un  the pun   of the private owner -
hIp ol  the  banking system of Cana-
I da. li alleges that the finances of the
country ars being us.-il as a whip in
the hands of a     monopoly to destroy
j competition In  trade.
MONEY TRUST ALLEGED.
'lh"  petition stales that a far-reach
ing money trust is known to exist and
continues:    "The  great  iiucstiou that
' ba- arisen before the Canadian     and
American peoples is the high cost   of
: liuu.,'.   All the great  trUBts of       the
'country   revolve  around     the  private
un.l corporation  control of our  bank-
ing system.   The banks know approximately  ihe amount ol money thut is
in circulation and ihe gold production
ol the country is     entirely controlled
; by the money trust.
"The exports from foreign countries
nre largely controlled    by tho trusts,
I uni these trusts are closely allied. The
Canadian banks have loaned $140,000-
JCOO on call  loans in New York during
; the past few  months.   From  this    wo
; know     that  our Canadian banks and
ihe financial and trust interests in tho
United   States  work  In unison.    When
the money system sees that there is an
over-supply of money it is an opportune' time? to raise the prico on commodities   iini gradually drain the surplus supply of money.
POWER OF  PRIVATE INTERESTS.
"The big Interests     in the country
with the hanks can redeem stocks
which they sold to thc public at a
high price after the periodical slumps.
The power of the great private interests is centered in the banks. Tho Dominion government should take that
power away and vest it In the pooplo
where it belongs, under the supervision of the Department of Finance. We
would then have protection in busi -
ness.
" We arc opposed to the present
amendments to the Banking Act a**
they mean the perpetuation of private
and corporation control. We favor a
system where stocks and charters will
be eliminated from banking. We would
recommend thnt large institutions' bo
established and controlled by the gov
ernment, as it is unfair for private In
ti'-is lo control our medium of exchange.
"Wo, the undersigned, petition your
honorable body to tnke immediate
-ii'ps to disfranchise and lllegallze the
private aiul corporation control of tho
I .inking  system  in  Canada.''
Excavations at Rockbourne in Ham
pshlre have exposed the remains of a
Roman farm of ninety-six acres. Thc
buildings, which are over an enclosed
dile'b 1'50 by so feet, include a residence, bakehouse, granary hypoeaust,
the remains nf much grain, quantities
a', the bonns of ho"ses and oxen and
pottery, including a perfect Snniinn
jug, and knife blade's and coins from
the time of CoUienus nnd Constantino
mffSr
quickly p'.cp-,  '■-■■
thc throat a:il ur.
?£»
J^, nr 1   hectlft
£3 cents.
onw JD-
TWJ-JlgXftzg,
TPy.t
*dueM/ ca.iCjrif/iM
my fei&ctJleiual
If* ilio CLEANEST, SIMPLEST, und BEST HOME
DYE, one can huy--\Vliy you don'l evt-n havi- lo
know what KIND of Cloth your Good* are  m. e.l.
of...So  MllttkU l.r." Im|eee.sitel...
Si-nd for Proa Ceelor Card, story Booklet, nml
Booklet uivini; r.'.ult. of Dyeing over other. eei,,r..
Tho JOHNSON-RICHARDSON CO., Limited.
Meentrcul. Cmmetd.
Every Suit in this stock is a success. There's
no "perhaps" or "maybe" about the styles.
They have won the unqualified approval of
well dressed men. Let us show you some
of these very new and very attractive Suits.    ?8i
Ig fit- f| MeKinnon &
reform^ Sutherland
jtEi
Dominion Security Co., Limited
OF  REVELSTOKE, B. C.
bee to announce tbat thev 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 anil get particulars, anil get in on ground lloor prices.
We also make a specialty of listed property.
A. McRae,
T. Kilpatrick,
President. Sec-Treasurer
P, (). Drawer No. -I.    Telephone No. 321.
amj-m—wi» iMWWtriT' TITTtlB-
watch REVELSTOKE GROW
Present Development Warrants the Assurance Uhat it is Coming to Its Obvn
 The  Reasons: \
Railway developments alone within the next four years will put into circulation in the vicinity of
Revelstoke forty millions of dollars. This City will be the Pay-Roll town for the distribution of
the bulk of the wages paid out on the double-tracking and the big six-mile tunnel through the
Selkirks.
CROWN LANDS-The rich agricultural lands tributary to the town are opening for settlement and will mean much for the future
prosperity of the district.
TIM BER RESOURCES—Tributary to Revelstoke is a timber wealth estimated at about fifty billions of feet, situated upon the Columbia River and its tributaries.
Within a radius of thirty miles of the town are five large sawmills   with the offices   of the   Forest  Mills, Limited, situated within
the corporate limit-,.    This Company is admitted to be the largest corporation of its kind in the interior of British Columbia.
TOU RIST CENTRE— The Capital of Canada's Alps, has been chosen by the C. P. R. for the location of one of its world-famed tourist
hotels. The Park Reserve on the summit of Mount Revelstoke. known as Victoria Park, makes scenic attractions unequalled in
any part of the mountains. The scenic Auto koac! from Kevelstoke to Victoria Park, is in itself a unique attraction not found in any
other part of Canada.
What the Empress Hotel has been to Victoria, such will the above attractions be to Revelstoke.
This Tourtst Trade will mean to Revelstoke about one million dollars per year.
REVIVAL OF MINING The financial world has awakened to the opportunities now offering in the mineral realm, and never since the
golden days of the nineties has the mining industry had such a favorable outlook.
The Lardeau and Fish Creek Camps to the south, the golden Big   Bend district   to  the north, are tributary assets which mean much
for the prosperity ofthe town.    The new mining camp on Shuswap Lake, to the west, cannot be overlooked in this connection.
PREDICTION—Within five years the railway development and exploitation of natural resources will make of Revelstoke a town of twenty
to twenty-five thousand people.
Announcement
I take this opportunity of asking the public of Revelstoke and those owning property here, to give me their listing,  or, if in search of property, to give me
an opportunity of showing my lists of inside and district bargains.
REMEMBER that I am handling only local property and ask the support of all citizens loyal to the interests of Revelstoke.
Having a wide connection throughout the country owing to my association with the local newspapers for the past sixteen years, I am able to place before
the investing public the claims of Revelstoke for consideration.
Art. Johnson
Offices :   Mackenzie An)e.9 Opposite City Hall *
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THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGE  SEVEN
BEW'S   DRUG  STORE
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Brownie's $1 to $1,00
Folding Brownie's $5 to SI2
Kodaks $10 to $65
Winter or Summer
You Can Kodak
BEWS  The %&&aJUL Store
L. E.GRIFFITHS
,... am end Feed
Office :
Cumming's Transfer Co.'y
Second  Street
Coloration of the
of Hevalsloke
BY-LAW  No.
A By-Law to enable ihe   Corporation
of thc City of Revelstoke  to raise
by way of debentures the sum   of
Twenty   1'hou-und Dollar-' for    the
purposes  of  the  Board  of  fc'chool
Trustees of tbe City ol lievelstoke
WHEREAS     the     Board ot School
Trustees of  ihe    Lity   of    Itevelstoke
bave in pursuance ol ihe powers con-
i I'-treii on ihem by the Pubiio
Act, caused to be prepared and    laid
before  ihe Municipal Council of     the
i Corporation of the Oity oi Revelsjtoke
ti.   There shull bo leviod and raised quired to make up the amount ol the'adopted by the Council on the
m each year     during,   tho currency of annual interest and sinking fund up -'day of May. J.918.
the said debentures tho sum of Eleven cn tho debt hereby created is nil;
Hundred Dollars for tho payment    of     Be it  therefore enacted by  the Uor-
interest und One Hundred and Thirty- poration of the City of Itevelstoke as
Une Dollars for ihe     payment of the follows;
said debt under     the said debentures     1.   The sum of     Fifteen    Thousand
by a special  rate sullicleut     therefor Dollars or so much thereof as shall bo
in all the ratable real property in the necessary shall be expended in improv-
-nid Municipality. ing and extending the     water supply
7.   It shall  be lawful for  the Muni- system and   electric    light system of
lipal Couneil 0f the said Municipality the said City and it shad     bo lawful
to repurchase any of the said debent- for the     Mayor of the said Corpora -
i res ii] on such terms as may be ag - tion of the City of Rovelstoke to bor-
reed  upon wuh the legal    holder     or row on the   credit of     tbe    said City
holders thereof either at tho  time   of i nd on the security of  the rates   and
. sale and at any subsequent lime, and charges by  wMy of debentures bercin-
all debentures so repurchased shall be after mentioned from any person    or
Mayor
City Clerk.
forthwith cancelled or destroyed    and persons, hody or bodies, corporate wh0 May oth, 1913.
no reissue of debentures shall be made  may be willing to advance the same,
G. W. HALL.
Manager
Howson £&> Co., Ltd.
Furniture, Carpets and Linoleum at Eastern Prices, Freight
c/ldded.
Howson £&> Co., Ltd.
BINGH4MS   MUSICI STORE
McKENZIE  AVE. Revelstoke.        -       Phone 2G2.
B. C.
Representative
FOK
MUSICAL   INSTRUMENTS  OF   AJLL,   KINDS
EVERYTHING    IN   MUSIC
Take advantage of an exceptional opportunity. Call at BINGHAM'S MUSIC
STORE and inspect the luge stock of Mandolines. Violins, Cuitars, Accord-
eons, Piccolos, Flutes, Mu'ti-Flutes, Harmonicas, Sheet Music, Albums,
Player Piano Rol's, Silk Piano Drapes, Etc , Selling at Eastern Prices.
Edison Phonographs and Victor Cramophones with Cood Stock of Records.
Also 250 Edison Wax Records Belling at 40c. to clear, ll'sual price, 65c). Ask
fer Catalogue of thc.New Edison Blue Seal Unbreakable Records.
Come Early and Get First Choice.
Piano Tuning and Repairs a Specialty.
WHITE PEOPLE
Be reasonable! Don't send vour hard-earned money
to China! Remember, we are here to do your work and
we employ local white labor only. Be progressive, and
have your washing done by the West Kootenay Steam
Laundry.   Regular collector and delivery service.
WEST KOOTENAY STEAM LAUNDRY
Phone 80 EARL BARRACLOUGH, Manager.
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.. Ltd,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.
Manufacturers of Aerated Waters
WINES
LIQUORS
CIGARS
Agents for Calgary Beer
detailed
-innate     ol the sums re
quired to meet special or extraordinary expenses which may he legally in-
ii i e.l by the Uoat'd, and SUeh estimate' has been considered and linally approved by the Council;
AND UHK'KKA.-. the -aid ,'Siimatc
provided for the erection and equipping
oi   a     new
in consequence of such repurchase.
*-. In this By-Law the word "Mun-
Icipality" shall he deemed to extend
to and include all territory and properly comprised within the Hevelstoke
.•-ei lunil District and all stieh property
slmll h ■ liable to assessment hereun -
Schools in r as provided by the Public Schools to can
Act.
li. Thia By-Law if passed shall take
e.'.ct ninl come into force on and alter  the 2nd day of June, 1913.
10. This By-Law may be cited for
all    purposes    as    the     " Revel-toke
(School Doardi Loan By-Law No   debentures
1918." Seal of th
11. 'Ihis By-Law shall before the
final passing thereof receive the assent of the electors according to   tho     3.   The said
the sum not excelling in ihe whole
ihe sum of $15,000.00 and to cause all
Such sums so raised to he paid into
the hands' of the Treasurer of the said
t'ity for the purposes and with the
objects hereinbefore recited.
2. It shall be lawful for the Mayor'
any number of debentures to ■
TAKE NOTICE that the above is a.
true copy of the By-Law upon which
the vote of the Municipality will ha
taken in the City Hail, corner of Second Street and McKenzie Avenue,
Revelstoke, H.C , on Thursday, May
22nd, 1913, between the hours of 9 a.
m. and 7 p.m.
W. A. GORDON,
Acting Clerk for the Municipal Copncil
numlier of debentures
he made executed and issued for sucb
sum or sums aB may be required for
the purposes and objects aforesaid not
exceeding the -eiini of 815,000.00; each
of said debentures being of the denomination of $1,000.00 and all such
shall he sealed with the
Corporation of the City of
lievelstoke and signed by the Mayor
and  Clerk  thereof.
debentures     shall     be
-chool building part of   I ll) i-ion-' of and  in the manner pre-  dated the 2nd day of June, 1913   and
Bloi k numbered Six between Second
and Third -treets and between Garden
Avenue and Government Street, Rev-
elstoke, B.C., and the acquisition of a
part of said Block for a site for such
b hool building;
AND WHEREAS to meet the expenditure as provi led by said estimate it
is necessary that the Muni ipality
should iai- ■ ihe .Mm of $20,000;
AND WIIKKKAS it is deemed expedient, to raise upe n the redit ofthe
Municipality the sum oi $20,000.00 for
■ ;.. m! purposes as aforesaid;
AND WHEREAS the total amount
re [Uired to be raised annually by special rate for paying the said debt and
interest thereon and for creating a
sinking fund for to pay the daid prin-
cipal debt within Fifty years is for
interest 51100.00 and for sinking fund
$131.00 niacin.' a total of $1381.00;
AND WHEREAS the amount of the
whole ratable land within the Muni-
iipality inciuding the territory comprised within thc Revel-toke School
District for s-hool purposes according
to the last revised assessment roll is
$1,681,073.00:
scribed by the Municipal Act. shall be made payable     in fifty years
Read a  first  lime the 2nd day     of fr°m the said date in lawful money of
Alay, 1913 Canada at  the oilier of     the .Molsons
Read a second time tbe 2nd  day of Bank at Revelstoke,  aforesaid,    which
The Poliee have been instructed by
the Oity Council to proseeute all persons keeping or harboring a Dog without  ,t Li'ense.
A Doe: that is not worth paying a
Lic-ense for is worth nothing.
Dag Taxes can be Paid at the Police.
Station or City Offices, up to May 15
After that date action will be taken.
CITY  CLERK.
NOTICE
May, 1913. »
Read a third time the 2nd day    of
May, 1913, and passed with the unan-
ir.io s consent uf  the Council.
Re eived the assent of     the electors
the   day of May, 1913.
Re onsidri'd     adopted  and    finally
paf     1 by the Council thc  day
of Mny. 1913.
TAKE NOTICE that the above is a
true copy of the By-Law upon which
the vote of the Munu ipality will be
ta en in ihe City Hall, corner of Sec-
, n.l Street and McKenzie Avenue,
Re-, elstoke, B.C., on Thursday, May
-'Jnd. 1913, between ihe hours of 9 a.
m and 7 p.m.
W. A. GORDON,
place of payment shall be designated
hy said debentures nnd >hall have attached to them coupons for the payment of Interest and the signature of
the coupons may be either written,
printed, stamped or lithographed.
•I. The said debentures -hall bear
interest at the rate of .">! per centum
per annum from the date thereof,
whieh  int. rest  shall  be  payable  semi-
  annually ai   the otlice oi  the Molsons
Mayor. j3nne-K at Revelstoke aforesaid, in lawful money of Canada on the 1st day
of June and 1st tlay of December respectively in each and every year during the cttrrcn -y thereof and it shall
1 e expressed in said debentures and
coupons to be so payable.
5.    lt shall  be  lawful for the    said
IN
City  Clerk
THE) MATTER OF AN APPLICATION for the Issue of a Duplicate
Certificate of Title to Lots 3, 4,5,
nnd  6,  Bio-k  12.  Revelstoke City,
Map 636.
NOTICE IS  HEREBY GIVEN   that
it is my intention to Issue at theei-
1 ii at ion of ine month after the    first
publication hereof a duplicate   of   the
Certificate of Title to the above mentioned lot in the name of Alice Amelia
'lapping,  which     Certificate is dated
(he Hth day of February, 1912,    and
numbered 15837A.
Nelson B.C., April 5th, 1913.
S. R.  ROE,
Ap. '.'th  lm. District  Rep-.strar.
NOTICE
Corporation of the City
of Revelstoke
Acting Clerk for the Muni ipal Council
NOW    THEREFORE the    Municipal   May 6th, 1913.
Council oi     the    Corporation of   the 	
City of Revelstoke in open meeting as-
sembl -el enacts as follows:
1. It -hall be lawful for the Mayor
of the Corporation of the city oi
Revelstoke for the purpo-e aforesaid,
and he is hereby authorised, to hor-
iow on tbe credit o' the Municipality
ty way of debentures hereinafter mentioned, from any person, persons, firm
1 ody or bodies corporate, who may
1 e willing to advance the same as a
loan, a sum of money, not exceeding
in the whole tb'- sum of Twenty Thousand Dollars and to cause all such
sums -o raise'd or received to be paid
into the hands of the Treasurer of the
Corporation of the City of Revelstoke
for the pui pose aforesaid and with
the obje't hereinbefore recited.
2. It -hall be lawful for the Mayor
of tbe said Corporation of the City of
Revelstoke to cause any number of
debentures! to be made exe-uted and
is-tied 101 such sum or -urns as may
1 ,■ required for ilio purpose and on-
j'M'-t aforesaid not exceeding however,
the sum of Twenty Thousand Dollars.
Such debentures shall be o.' the denomination of One Thousand Dollars each
and all of whi-h debentures shall be
sealed with the seal of the Coipora-
tion of the City of Revelstoke and
sicn-i by the Mayor an.l Clerk thereof
3. The said debentures shall
the date of 2nd   of     June
Mayor to negotiate and sell said de - 	
debentures or any of     them for   less  DISSOLUTION   OF   PARTNERSHIP.
than par.
6. For the payment of the said Public Notice is hereby given by the
debt there shall be set aside and with undersigned that the co-partner-
drawn in eaeh year during the currency of the said debentures from the annual current ren nne of the Municipality as der'iM'd from said water and
elect lie light rates and charges the
sum of $98.25, and sue-h sum shall be
transferred from the annual current
revenue account and be paid into a
special account to form
ship      heretofoie      existing      between
them,        under the       name     and
Mtyle of Laughton and Tapping
hotel proprietors at Revelstoke, B.C.,
has tbi* day he-en dissolved by mutual consent. Mr. Tapping retires from
the business known as the Windsor
Hotel and the bu-iness will be ,on-
-inking fund   tinned by Mr. Laughton.
for the purpose mentioned herein. A" accounts and debts owing to the
I    7.   For the  purpo e of paying    the co-partnership are payable to     J.  C.
intere-t    on    >'aid     debentures as the Laughton and all  liabilities  oi  the co-
-ame  becomes due nnd  payable there Partnership are to be paid by him.
-hall bc set  aside and withdrawn     in Dated May 1st, 1913.
each year from the annual current re- ,                    John C. Laughton.
venue of  the  Municipality as derived J. Clayton Tapping,
from the said water an 1 electric light 1st iss.  May 3, 2t.
rates and charges the sum of $525.00,   ■  	
whieh  sum  shall    be transferred  from
BY-LAW No.
WHEREAS    the
the annual current  revenue of the ac-,'
count of said City and be paid into a
Municipal  Council special account  for such  purpo-e   and
notice
Notice is hereby   given  that  at  the
next mi-eting of tbe Board .ef  Licensing    Commissioners for the    City of
Revelstoke to be  held next after    the
expiration  of  thirty  day-  from      the
date  hereof application  will   be  made
for permis>ion to Laughton and Tapping to trans.er to John C. Laughton
of Revelstoki',  the hotel license to e-ell
It  shall  be lawful for the Muni-   liquor hy retail now beld  by  Laugh -
ihereof it will be necessary to borrow  eipal Council nf -aid Corporation fr0m   ton and     Tapping in     respect of the
ihe sum of Fifteen Thousand Dollars,  time to time to repurchase any of said  premises  it Revelstoke known as   tha
debentures at  BUch price or prices   as  Windsor Hotel,
may be     mutually agreed    upon with      Dated this 1st  Jay of May,  1913.
ihe legal holder 1.1  holders thereof and Lntighton  and  Tapping.
all debenture-' so repurchased shall be      per  J.  Clayton  Tapping,   John
of the Corporation of thu City of
Revelstoke deem it necessary and expedient in ihe interests oi the City of
Revelstoke that the present water supply system und electric light system
of the said City should be improved
and extended;
AND WHEREAS to defray the costs
to be disbursed when and as the instalments of interest become due.
8. During the currency of -aid de-
bentures sai.l rate- and charges to the
extent aforesaid shall not form part
of the annual revenue of the Municipality.
9.
which the Council of said Corporation
proposes to raise by the issue and sale
of debentures secured upon tho rates
and charges which are chargeable and
bear enforceable for the user of water und
1913 and electric light under the Water und
shall be payable in Fifty years from Electric Light Regulation By-Luw 1903
the     said     date in lawful    money of  and amendments; I
Canada at the office of the Molsons A^D WHEREAS the estimated am-
Bank at Revelstoke aforesaid, which oiint of the baid ratoa and charges
place of payment shall be designated e-hargeable aud enforceable for the year
by the -aid debentures, and shall have in which this By-Law is passed is
attached to them coupons for tne pay-  *54,29G..'J0■
.-nent of interest, and the signature to
tlv interest coupons may be either
written, printed, stamped or lithographed.
4. The said debentures shall bear interest at the rate of Five and One-half
per cent, per annum from the
thereof, which interest shall be
semi-annually, at the office of the Motions Bank at Revelstoke, aforesaid in
lawful money of Canada on the 2nd
day of June and on the 2nd day of
December,  respeetively  in  each      and
cancelled and no reissue of any such
debenture or debentures shall be mado
In consequence of -aid purchase.
10. As additional seairity the credit of the Bald Municipality at large is
hereby pledged for the payment of the
annual interest and sinking fund required for the extinguishment of the
debt created by this By-Law and the
Municipality hereby guarantees payment of thc same to thc lawful hold-
Per
Laughton.
0.
st  [ss, May 3 lm.
AND WHEREAS the amount charged on thc said rales and charges is
the sum of $17,188.21; I „ 0|. ho,derg of anfd debentureB
AND     WHEREAS   thc debt hereby
created is on the security of the said
water and   electric     light   rates and
date  iharges and is further guaranteed   by
paid   the Municipality at large,
EXAMINATION    FOR    AN    INSPEC
TOR OF STEAM-BOILERS
AND MACHINERY.
11. This By-Law shnll come into
force and take effect on the 2nd day
of June, 1913.
Examinations for the    po-ition     of
Inspector of  Steam-boilers and  Mach-
    tnery, under  "Boilers Inspection Act"
12.   This By-Law  may  be cited  for  will ],c held at the Parliament Build-
AND WHEREAS for "the payment of  "" l'i|rI'°scs ft* th" "Water and Elec- in^i  Victoria,  commencing  June 9th,
the said principal money and interest
trie Light Rates Loan By-Law No..
luring the currency of the debentures  *9*3*
to be issued    it     is   necessary  to set     **** a  r,rst  "mc  ,he 2nd day
aside and  withdraw from   the annual  May' J
every year during the currency there-' current revenue derived from said wa
Read a second time the 2nd day
said, ter and electric lighl rates' and charges  May'       *'•
Read a third time the '2nd day
ay, 1913, and passed with tl
imotis consent of the Council.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^       Received the assent  of the
or   any of them   for,    AND WHEREAS tbe estimated de- on the  day of May, 1913
ol
of
of
of at*l it shall be expressed in
debentures to be so payable. j annually the sum of $923.25, the spec-
5.   It shall be lawful for the Mayor' ific annual  sum required for   thc pay- May' m9> "^ P«-«ed^with the unan-
o( the said Corporation of the City of   ment of interest being $825.00 and f0r
Revelstoke to negotiate and sell     the' the payment 0f the debt $98.25: I    Received the assent  of the Electors
Paid  debentures
| less than par.
1113. Application anl instruetion
forms can be' bad on application to
the undersigned, to whom the former-
must bc returned, c .rrectly filled lo,
not later than May 22nd, 1913. Salary
$1*5 per month, increa-ing *10 per
month per annum to a maximum of
$200 per month.
JOHN PECK,
Chief Inspector ol Machinery,
New Westminster, B. 0.
' ficiency in said rates and charges re-     Reconsidered and finally passed and 1st i<*? M.T to M.21.
/'
/
j
iff TAHE EIGHT
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY', MAY  10th,  1913.
LOCAL and GENERAL
C. G. Todd of Calgary, is in     the
city.
M.  A. Guyeth of St.  Louis, Mo., is
in  lown.
■"*•»► •»•»•»•»•»■••■■*•»'♦•»■•»'*■*"*•••• •»■»•»••»      J.M.  Everilt of Armstrong, is
...     .  ,. .    .       +,,.  guest at the Hotel  Revelstoke.
J.  Smith of  \au-ouver, is in     tho 6
luty.
J. A.  :'ari\vright of Calgary, is   in
•town.
Geo.  T.   Brady  of  Victoria,  is
the Hotef Revelstoke this  week.
at
S. M.  Jam?; of
S.-. in th.-* city.
LoiUon, Etiglanl,
D. L. McLaurie oi Victoria,     is     a
tusin-ss visitor here today.
L. P. Bliss of Carry, Penn., was   a
"Wedntsday arrival in  the oity.
J. K. Patterson of Calgary, cauie in
iie..  ')!■■ i'i.line  this mid-week.
A. W. McKenzie of Spokane, was a
passenger on Thursday's south train.
M. J. Gillespie and J. T. Ohisholm
lioih of Vancouver, are in town today
A. Schofleld of Toronto, is looking
over condition-- in Revelstove this
week.
Geo. Kindall of Vancouver, is a
guest at tin' Hotel Revelstoke this
week-end,
X BUSINESS LOCALS X
Justice Clement Sued
Ottawa, May S—An unique suil has
been entered iu the cxcehijucr court,
t.he 'defendant in which is Hon. Judge
W.H.P. Clement of the Supreme Court
SOCIAL and PERSONAL
Special Sale Ladies Tailored  Suits,!    Are you a Moose.' If not, why not?
to order $40, balance Spring and Sum ,This   Five     Dollar   Initiation Fee is' 0f     British  Columbia.   The     action,  Thursday in town
mer Goods.—Cressman & Co.  Ap.304t something you don't get overy day.—  which is being taken by the Dominion
Mr.    Kirke,    of    Arrowhoad,    spent
Remember,  it raises  to Twenty-five as
Now that your spring cleaning     U'^ ^ the charte,. dos(!s_
done, come in to the Music Store and
government,  is to recover tho sum of
$1290,   which  Judge Clement  was paid
book'that Player vou have had your I    Coming the big show "The Prince of   "P™ -alleged misrepresentations as to
eye on for so long.   Moral—'A    New- Tonight"    at Revelstoko opera house,
R. B.  Muny from     Montreal
gui-t  at   the  Hotel  Kevelstoke.
.i.ia. Li.  Polton ut Kamloops
is a
I
lioti 'd  on  the
la  I,
P. A. Enfield of Toronto, waa   am-
ng far  Eastern business  visiter- li■ ■ > >-
wai.  mi Wednesday.
1 teet    on Thursday
combe in the home, antl the Boss will
not roam."
The flrst Canadian contingent that
went to the Boer war were insured for
$1,000,000 in the Ocean Accident and
Guarantee Corporation. The Revelstoke Fire Brigades are also insured
in  this company.   Tho special    agent
May 22nd. Iss. M.3. to 22
Soe Chas M. Field about  that Life
Policy you are contemplating putting
his travelling expenses,
The statement, which has been tiled
in the Exchequer court, declares that
from August, 1<J07, to March, 1910,
Judge Clement represented that ho
was  residing in Grand  Forks,  B.  O.,
on in  the company of    which      Lord
Strathcona and the President of     the when, as  a  matter  of  fact,  his      real
Bauk of Montreal are directors. place  of  residence was  Vancouver.   It
...               ,   ., is said he charged  the travelling   ex-
Spectal   price  on     Ladies    Taibred „                 ..     "            .
'    ,            , _    , penses  on   the  basts  ol  residence'      in
for  this company is Chas. M Field —  suits $40, balance of Spring Goods.— ,.„ „,,  „„„,,         .    „,  ,           ..„ ,.
,,     ,                          .                  ,1                           .           , Grand Forks and    tiled     applications
Best policy in the market issued to all; Leave your order early aud have your an(, & Beniflcate to this effe0t._ van-
espeoially to railroaders.
suit made by  expert ladies    tailors.—
Cressman &  Co
Ap.30 4t. :
You make no mistake by coming in
J. Al Grcibe   K. L. Hewitt and KJ-|tothe Moose now.   Tho charter is op-1    GALT COAL is handled  exclusively'
iQuinn all of Vancouvor, came ia    on ,„, and the rates are low.   You can't in Revelstoke by the Revelstoke Gen-1
James Dempsey of Chicago, is     in  Wednesday last    Tbey  are guests   at teat it for a good) ^u^i oraer. eral AgcIll.ics, Ltd
town.   He is a ^estat    tue     King the Hotel Revelstoke. 0uly   fom.   companie8 8etUed   theiv
Edward. w   A    po(jte ^ pmvha.ed thl, 0|j; losses in full in thc     San    Francisco
W. T. I'orter uf Vernon, was an ar- J.B. Watson realty oltie-e on McKenzie
rival in the city early yesterday avenue. He will remove it at once to
morning. a site next the' Selkirk Hall.
Dan McKay of Chase, is stopping at The loe-al Dramatic Club will stage
tlK-   King   Edward.   H(   came  in      on   a three act comedy for  the  benefit   of
Thursday. tho Tennis Club at ihe Empress the
atre  on  the 3rd  of  Juue.     Remember
Mr. and Mrs. R.F. Baghait of Ham   ^ da^
ilton,  Ont.,  are    visiting
thi- week.
Revelsloke
E. F. Dickinson of Winnipeg, is in
town. H.- i- stopping at the Hotel
Revelstoke.
J. Guy Barber intends to erect a
810,000 block on his lot on McKenzie
avenue. The new building will be
used as a jewellers store. Work will
be started  this spring.
Now that  the snow is oil  the roof.—
i earthquake and Are, of which the Lon-  He is lloin« u aeain-Who.  the Chim
don  Assurance  Corporation  was one.   D°y BweeP' !lt the Oriental hotel. i ^——■
This company  paid out  $7,000,000  in     It onl    co<|s Fiye Do„nr Bill' BWitor M*    '    ■ ,
tha.   disaster,  their poll, ies aro writ- fol.  |niliation Fee to  ,)ecome  ft g.oo;1   ' 	
ten here by Chas. M. Field. |Loyal MoQge    Thig is for Q shorl ^
Forty years in use, 20     years     the  only, so make hay while tho sun shines
standard,   prescribed  and  recommend,
ed by physicians.   For Woman's All -
ments, Dr. Muriel's Female Tills,   at
your druggist.
A. J. Bates of Vancouver, is among
the terminal    eity    visitors to Revel-
Etoke  today.
I'.  B.  Reeve,  the genial  paying teller in the Imperial Hank, spent an cn-
. joyable time' last Sunday boating    on
Mrs. Kiipanick and Miss McGagran   the silvery waters of     Shuswap lake,
of Arrowhead,  were shopping in Rev-  He having wenl to Sicamoua last Sat
elstoke ye-'terday. , urday  night
Vi■'.  H.   I'apan  of  Soutu Africa,
ainon,'  long distance visitors to visit   OAIIOIIQ    fl lr
the  citv   this  week. vHUUUO    Ul
SENATE
LIBERALS
Railroad'Ts, beware. Do not put on
life or accident insurance without lirst
low
Remember   the   date  of   the      Opera
House Ball,  May  26th  next,  given by   this city.    We wish you would correct
the Management r.t.d. that statement as  to our     knowledge
no sale of said     property has     been
The Moose Lodge No. 1085, are hold   Consllnlatod witn Ml, Tapping.
Mr. Rand Gibbons left Thursday for
his home in Port Alberni.
Chief Parry is busy these day** taking thc census of the cily.
Mr. G. S. MeCarter is planning extensive alterations in his residence.
Mrs. F. W. Laing will not receive
on Wednesday next, the llth .inst, uor
again this season.
Rev. A, II. Huntley will preach in
the Baptist church at 11 a.m., aud
7:30 p.m.  to.noirow.
Mr. Frank H. Young is having a
cement foundation put under his residence  on Fourth street.
Rev. J. W. Stevenson and Rev. O.
A. Procunier, will return from the
coast by  the  midnight train.
Some ol St. John's ladies spent a
busy afternoon Thursday, cleaning ail
ihe  electric chandeliers  in  the church.
Mrs.  Murray Hume- entertained  two
Dear, Sir.—Recurring to a'   news it-   ta: les  to  bridge  las,   Saturday  even-
em which appeared in a recent issue of   ing.    Mrs. Kincaid Was lhe lucky prize
your paper stating the City Hotel had   wain-r.
been -old to J. Clayton Tapping     oi
couver Province.
"Dropped in tiie    -13-    >»
Miil-lienlii Post Box
ing a Smoker after their regular meet
looking over the attractive and     .u..
priced policies ottered vou  by Chns.M,
ing on    May     Hth, in the Oddfellows
Some weeks ago, however, Mr. W.
H. Pratt acting as our attorney enter
ed into some arrangement with      Mr.
t\ll  members and    their friends
a.e  cordially  invited.   Lodge  business  Tappi.nVf0,"thc "sale" of said property
! at hp.m. and smoker at 9 p.m.       3t.
pantes.
We    are  pla ing    25     Ladies    Suit1    The Player piano provides you with
Lengths on ^ale for thr.'e weeks, hal-   the finest music without your learning
an.-e of Spring and Summer Suitings.   a note,  but  you  will note   that     the
Price $40 a suit.—Cressman and Com-   best result- are  derived  from  lnsft.ru
pany. Ap.30 4t.
The Epworth League me '.ii. oi
Monday night will be ,,11 Interesting
missionary service iu charge of Misa
Km Thompson,
.Mr. Gough, who is visiting his daughters here, and s a., i.ig with Mrs-
Roy McDonald, has had a relapse and,
is again under medical care.
Mrs.   E.  A.   Haggen has    rented  hor
E. M. Wilson of Sicamou-, aud J.
Rae oi Vernon, ar.' guests this weekend at the  King Edward,
1, 0. D. Hill oi Calgaey, came in on
Thursday's Imperial Limited. He is
flopping at th..' Ring Edward. 1 j    ottawa   May 9_A c.ul,.us of Senate
Chas. E. Austie of Vancouver, came Liberals was held ye terday underthe
in on Thursday's noon train.     He is
.topping at  the  Hotel Revelstok,'. (q  ^  followed     ,,y  an0lher and  pet-
Mi-.  L. Me err.sou of     Grand Forks, i,a,K .,  series in In.ling a  -pecial cau-
nas ,1 passengei on Thursday's south ,.,,_ to ,„, QeVoted to the question   of
A Presentation
Ju-t the evening before Mr. W. S.
Cameron left for his new position
with the C.P.R. at Ogden, Alta., hav-
We' are  pleased to report      in     our
advertising column- the announcement
of Mr. Art. John<on who has been as-
soeiated wiih  the  loe'al  newspapers  in
ng been promoted.   He was presented   ,,,,,,,
a Revelstoke for the past  sixteen years,
but subsequently, before any deal  had
been  consumatfd,  we  revoked  his  authority.   Nevertheless  on the 2nd    of lovely house on Third street, west, *or
May. the day his power of     attorney l1"' summer months, and iH leaving to-
had   been  cancelled  be  undertook     to lilke a  lon« holiday In Victoria..
ments bearing the name of Newcombe  complete a sale with J.  Clayton Tap- Jaclc MeOaztv was taken to tho boa
,. P'nS:  'irvd still  presuming  10 act      as pit,ll Wedne>'day Buffering from appen-
jour aitorney he transferred the liquor {U, ltls    |Ie Wftg 01,„„lls,, 0„ the aamn
licen-'.' in  respect of     the City Hotel Qay and j, makjng a R00ll recovery.
-tan.lin.;  in  the name of  John Caley
'to Mr. Tapping which transfer       was Mr. McLaurln, n former resident and
subsequently   approved   by   Mr.      Kil- high s.hool teacher of this city,    haa
Patrick, chairman of the Board of Li-   I "    promoted     to    the  position  of
cense Commissioners, who granted Mr. high school Inspector for     all    south-
Tapping a  temporary permit. eastern B. C.   He is in town this week
Th:^e  being  the  facts we are     now Inspecting our high school.
New Realty Firm
ttfin for  this city.
the Ei::*-* Edward.
She  is at
ens spent its time In r.-a hing a deci
ion   '.'  kill  or  mangle  both  the  11
tits-  killing  the Naval Bill.
lt 1   stat -.1 thai Naval Bill wa- not
SSI ■ I ■ » ■ II ■ " "ill  under eon<  Icration, but that tb
a
■
«
■
1 s
BiSiSSSESSSSSESSSia
s    church:—Whit Sunday;
'ommunion at  8 and After Ma-
tins   -.:  11 a.m.; Evensong at  7:30 p.
y the 1   tor.
tl
if. There will be a meeting of til
the Farmers' Institute on Sat- S
urday evening at the Y.M.C. S
A. Bu.: ling a' *> o'clock. ■
with an elegant parlor tunc piece; al- Ul  wa0 m)W  , nters ,ne  BeM o{ n,al
I so an address from the local order of estate- and financial brokerage.       Mr.
1  I.O.F. Johnson thcough bis journalistic con-
Mr.     Cameron     replied in -uitahle nections ha- a wide field to draw from
terms.   The evening  wa-  then     spent not ouly in  tbis di-trict  but in     tho
wry   -no; ably with music, etc. i rovince  of  Alberta  where he is well
It is Indeed gratifying to Mr. Cam- and favorably known.
. i ive his faithful  wrvlce   with Although primarily ., newspaperman
rtation     Co., so well hi  han always shown a decided inclin-
,.  to prom et.- him to the ation for th.- brokerage business   and
of    foreman of has  been  more  or less  intimately as-
■  the     big =hops at t>gd.-n. -ociat'-l   -eiiih  a number of the large
without a liiiuor license and consequently are restrained from -elling liquor on the premises hence our bar
is dosed until some further action is
taken by th>' Board of License Com -
missioners or the matter has been art-
justed by the Courts.
Yours truly,
CALEY BROS.
uai    Bill and the bill     appropriating   A   a ulat h- may livelong realty and timber deals which     have  High ScU°o1 bylttW is allout to
teu mill ■ lhe advau
PRINCE Oi ili-Niiiiii
Mrs. W. K. Wickeu-, and her Utile
son, arrived from the coast today oa
a vi>it to her mother and sister Mrs.
Dent and Mrs. Hairy Bews. Mrs. Wio
kens lms many oil friends here who
are pleased to welcome her to her for
mer home.
The Steamer Revelsloke is lying at
the new wharf ready to make li 1 r,.g
ular trips up river, as soon as the river rise^ high enough to make navigation possible. It is fully expected
that thc first trip will be made on
Tuesday the 1:1th ine-tant.
Now, -ir,  I am strongly in favor of Tao Ladies  Bridge  Club  enjoyed    a
I d at  the , orner of Sec-  this   bylaw.   I cannot  see any argu - Vl,,.y     pleasant eveniug on Thursday,
ond  street   and  McKenzie avenue, op-   ment     against it.   Surely we   should whun tney were entertained by     Mrs.
Hall, an.l should prove   l)la onfldence in our own city, situ- Ja,,k Lyons.   The prize was won     by
atel a-, it  is surrounded by a     largo Mr;i    Kincaid,   who
Editor  Mail-Herald:—
Dear Sir,—I see in your paper
W. N. H.  Hool oi Toronto,  and G.
P.  Fry    t  Montreal,    were passengerd  ,,t..lWi
lay's     Imperial    Limited.
Thev can it the Hotel Revel-
Mr.  Reynolds ot the city ofl
jinted     return, l
ior tl ' 1: . .   -  i'.oot   .
Water a
held on -.he 22ad init.
bhe
be
lieen put through within ihe past few   Put ,,efo,'e the electon* for their     ap-
agriculture in the province; Mrs. C ■      -"d  yeai- ,11 thia distiict.   The ollice build   Pr°va' or otherwise ou the 22nd inst.
The attitude of the Libera I      sum-  ing   ele ted tur his operations iJ cen-
in thi
di t ition .ef the party  li .
lower He.
ty leaders whose Bea  ' in Pa
were taken from them   -    •
Hon.  Market
•a■■'.-  Pish! ■
.,1 site for  the business.
For Hair Health
If Rexall -93'' Hair Tonic does
not improve thc health of your
scalp and  hair,  we  will  pay for
. .      - 1      o ..   ...   " The
„ tluUgU
SALES and WANTS
10c line        Minimum l'i
.'. e regret 1     . it Mr. Al
; ah-,'-, .iho has .•■ v       ;i    *'   ft"1    a'    '
- as bad     - . ',;)k"-
	
-• ise,
.-   Tl -:
•   • : 1      orn -	
He   was accompanied ■».     ,    .
'■'   Fi
-I   Brown   1.    the    expert :
:,.-..   V     t   ... •    1   ■   	
n 1        ty.     Mr. Brow
-
that ca*.      .     me time     ago
n      '• —
■ '        ' ity,    Any  ; , . .
et of   1 really      -    :
•  fai.  to th St., a
*r M.C.A
D at    tho
fa
■
-..   . -Jim
n
-
■
1
-
..
md
in I
■
'
-
nd Mis. Bi de ol Ta mania, v   POR SALB-Qood  White Potatoet, 1
Dd formerly of Salmon Arm,ar-     to3oarloa "l'"on
■'■■  :.-    ... le ' -;'   n*hl«   ofl      fl
1 h.i       W   t     I    'mo      B.C. h"  'A'-   b"
■*
• They mad" the voyage on
■■1 6 ■ Makura, whi'-h arrived at
\ ,;. •   on  Mav  1st.  two day,  be-   BALE
D:nir>g tho voyage the
weatbei irt rery warm and tb» ;>. -
uage wa   rough ow-in/ to Um ■ftormt
' llu. Dining the trip,
two '• >'•'-' OUl from Sidney, lire
broke out in the hold and destroyed
several ma I bags, fortunafly the fire
itln '"a h'-d iipfore more damage
•was don The Dr. nnd Mrs. Beall
have been over two yearo in New
Zealand.
what you use during the trial.
D -treingly endnrao
I'i ' Hair Tonic and continue
ime 1 pio if it did
■•■ ■ 1 Inin     Bhould it not
isfactory our ctis-
■  lose faith  in us, ive
' patronage, and our
ilTer.
I tiling OUl or you
ive believe
■ ill do mure
,^iv. health
ii.-.   hair
■-iie- bald-
■ uu ..1 igcncy.
11   proVe
■ onoy
Hi   'ill
'
if
I
.   for it,
■ •
■ iir?
'
II
lie   ri ' 'elll-
I
I lias
>
11      T.eiiio
a nut ute.p■:
WALTER   BEWS.
(UtrUt.ikr llrlll.li   I eelilllllilil
The Imtott, Store
T>o>rr ,. a llajat, ilium in n>-tr]y avrry t'ewii
received a pretty
district, which will be thickly populat ,.,.eam anll sug!ir Kit Tue hoBtoss ser-
ed in the near future. ved the daintiest of suppers.
11 lhe -chool contains rooms to
teach stenograph, book-keeping und a The nmny friends of Mrs* W' Pa&
general business course, would it not of thU cit-v* wlU hv ^^ t0 h,,ar o[
be better 10 have our children eduoat- tbe llc'lth ol llcr ' islC1' Mrs* "obcrt
ed at home than to hav.' lo send them .Stalker,which took place at l'rince
to Vancouver or Toionto for their Rupert, U. C, May 2nd. Mrs. Sialk-
higher class of education, at the same «' h«8 millly fri,'Iuls i» Revelatoke who
time they would be ai home under ihe
guidance of iheir parents.
The sehool board have an option on
the property at u reasonable ligure.
once they lose that  option the  prop-
will join in wishing the family mu h
sympathy in their very sad bereavement.
On     reciiest of    the Selkirk s-hool
teachers,  the   trustees  have   built      a
eity  will double up in  value and    the  tl.nnig ,.oun   0„  lne sCUOO,     gr0UIlllH>
trustees will lo>e the site.   Now   that
mn  Provincial government i- treating
utilizing  the  winter's  accumulation of
a-h and cinders.   The city  steam  10I-
usso   lib.raMy   in   the   handsome   high   ,,,   h,veUed     h     yc<t,,n,,iy  aml it  wi„
school   grant
should not  I
ar.rt    111/    la    Oe'      le'lellM     Alall   '.    OlHieU   «ImI
Oraal  llrluin.    Th-m  in •   iliUnr'i.i  Itnall
HniM, lot i.rarly ayrry ,,rillii»ry I,iiiiiiiii ill
aaar,  -«p»oi«ll/  'la.l.,.rol  V.r   lhn  t,*r!i"'il»r  ill
f.-r wlelrl. It m rrrnminriiila'i.
Th*   Utl.lt  SUftt  .rr   Amrr,,.'. Ill'llfnt
DTUf   '.".rr.
I I
about  1125 lbs.  W ' '
ogle or double
, ,1  Country   irork.   I  the
am leaving   ,n I muti   "11 away be -her
., iiek  cadi pries        '   1 He It    • onl
Price |S00j nl to taddlt, |6   hnrnc 1,     Mti "he Mn .- nt aboul     Mm
$1.1; wa;;on, $20-, tleighn, 82fi. logs;- and ol dellvtrann
ing tongs. $^, Tnrtt hundred pounds  t     lip be r al lif" 'm?ei »'
!„,. ,rv,.i m sealer .  L9| ctol      per tei all    From  ,   1 Ipoinl ti,,,
pound.   II.   Hn-'omnn,   flrlndrol,   B.   produotlon  ll  magBffloenl,   the     co-i
C./lkanngnn Valley,   H'" ..nd  Station  tumet  ...   elaborate anl     tl lactrk   Lrttbbrtdge   Alta    He left  lor hln new
from Junction. .' "'  '   "' ' brtlllant. poll  fttterdaj
Ol      $!0,u0n  surely  we
o short sighted a- to
t  the opportunity.
H'1  pin-ie'   'i.i'   10II  up aiwl vote for
ib    by law,
Viiuis truly,
R. TAPPING.
-oon be ready for the nets. This is
an improvement which will ccrtairdy
be  highly  appreciated.
Mr. W. S. Cameron,    who left here
last  week   10  take a  position in     th':
h.ip-e  in  Calgary, has been  very  successful.   He  is  appointed  foreman   of
Revelatoke,  IM' ,  May Oth, 1U13   ""-' Imi,,t     department      in tho com-
....     ....       „  .. „      .. pany's   big   -hops  there,   with a  largo
I le    I/I1I01   Mail Hi laid  - ,                                         '                         "
num bei   of  puinters and  laborer- work.
Mav I !„• permitted to inquire ing ,„„,,,  hinii B rosiUon whJon   nU.
through tho column* 0I yuu valuable' ,riettd| and aas0,^at(,s h„rc (ell he ls
paper,  whal  »tep    those in authority w(l„ -ua|lfled t0 a[li
bave taken to oompile the long talk-
i-1 of, and mu h needed City Direct- Mrs. V. L. Denton was a charming
017 ' Tb' inaimei in which evontH hostess on Wednesday aftcrnoo.i whei»
in shaping, leads me to predict a -he entertained in honor of her guesi,
grenl mlliix ot new arrivals into our Mrs. Cunningham of Ladysmith. The
midst, and it occurs to the writer rooms looked lovely decocatod with
tba' ie. roiiini'-ne-c the work of number bowls' of golden daflodile. As eac'a
nu- ib- dwellings on each street right KU''St had been requested to como re-
 ,'a preliminary step, would presenting some town, a jolly hull-
be a m.'.e in  tb.   light direction. hour parsed in guessing these names.
Time     should I* taken by tbe f0re - Mrs. K. Halng won a lovely vase for
and  A    K.  1'rci.toii,   |0(.k    „„,]   _„-  t,,m,r,.SBlve  movements the  most  correct  list,  while  Mrs.  N.
»li     1 are   in   towa,   |,n|,t in    i.p with those great  develop- Corning received a silver pin as con-
".. tt al    '    Hotel Revelltoke, mini    irWoh out    ity is on the     eve solation.   Thimbles worked busily for
Mr. 0   '     Harcourt, „f tho Imperial"' wim-sing. « ^ort while, after which  Mrs. Den-
Hunk      einfT,     baei li<v-n t.rnnHfflrri.d t0
t ni ly, ton, assisted by Mrs. Eaton and Misa
In our City's interest,        Eaton served tbe most  dell'doiii     re
Progressive Trader,   freshmeuts.

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