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Vol. 19   No 35
REVELSTOJ\E B. C. MAY 3, 1913
$2.50 Per Year
SPECIAL
COUNCIL
MEETING
High School and Waler and
Light By-laws Receive
Three Readings. — Total
Expenditure, $35,000.
A s'pecial meeting of the city council
•was held last evening at 8 o'clock.
Present, His Worship Mayor T. Kil-
Patrick, Aldermen Howson, Abraham-
Bon. MeKinnon and Bourne.
This meeting was calfed primarily to
consider the passage of the High
School and Water & Light bylaws.
These bylaw-' at this meeting each received the required three readings and
were finally passed. The high school
bylaw calls for the expenditure of
$20,000; while tbe water and light bylaw i.s for $15,000.
No other business i.f any importance
was transacted at this meeiing and
the meeting adjourned about ten
o'clock.
MINISTER
SIOPPtD
Registered o.i the vessel's Bailing
list as iieau and Wife, Rev. Mr. Ray.
a Baptist lie.n.-'i.i, and Mrs. H. H.
Mar-ball, wife of a prominent merchant of Calgary, were -tupped yesterday morning by United States Immigration Officer Sterman J. Burford, at
ibe 'Hit ' Wharf, just as they were about tn board the boat eai route to
Bon Finn -ni. Their luggage, eonsist
ing of eight large trunks and other
pieces, had been ; a ed aboard, but
upon order of the immigiation ollicial
who ■ l'it> fores him soineblnies to
in le rc fere with the pranks ui Cupid,
th.- pair were forced to remain behind
while the vessel whi b was to bear
them tn Uncle Sam's domain sailed
away.
Kn route from Calgary, as fast as
the railway can bear him, comes the
indignant husband to recover bis way
ward spouse. Thee won.an, [ollowing
the refusal of ih offlc r to allow her
to proceed wuh her companion to the
Houth. left on yesterday afternoon's
1 oat for Vancouver, where she tearfully informed the immigration of -
ticials. -lie would meet her husband,
anil sue for forgiveness. Rev. Mr.
Ray remained in Victoria.
Rev. Mr. Ray i- -tat-d to have a
wife and two children living in Toronto. He met Mrs. Marshall in Calgary and an acquaintance ripened iuto an attachment strong enough to.in
duce the woman to desert her home,
an.l elope with him. Ray sltated yesterday ihat it bad been his intention
after visiting San Francisco to go to
Australia.
Rev. Mr. Ray was here about a year
ago and lectured In ftveral churches,
bis siibje is d-alin - with South Amer
ica. He has been bere this last time
for a few day- in on] any with Mrs.
Marshall and the pair were awaiting
(he arrival of the steamer.
THE J. B. C.
CONCERT
The Junior Bible Class departed
this year from their former ,ustom,
which has always been to preseut the
whole program themselves. For their
entertainment, given before a large
audience in the Methodist church last
Tuesday evening, they called in the as'-
sistanca of several lady vocalists,
whose sweet voices lent additional
charm to an excellent program. Mrs.
V. Li. Benton was heard for the flrst
time In this city and achieved instant
recognition as a finished vocalisi. Her
vobe is a clear lyric soprano, showiug
excellent training. Mrs. McKinney
played her accompaniments in n truly
masterly style making oue wish this
tal nted lady could be heard oltener
on the concert platform. Mosdames
B.'Ws, Squarebriggs, Davis and Bent,
contributed on> of the mo-t pleasing
numbers in their quartette "Flow Gently Sweet Afton." Mr. and Mrs. F.
Paulding were heard in a duet, and
Mr. Paulding in a bass solo to which
he was obliged to respond to n vociferous demand for an encore. Mr. A.
G, Duck's tenor eolo was well sung;
Mcsdames Bews and Bavis received a
deserved encore tor iheir duet, as did
nlso Messrs. P. Samson and R, H.
Sawyer I'or th ir trombone and cornet
selection irum "111 Trovatore.'' Mr.
Ceo. Goodwin recited and Miss Eva
Thompson and Mr. H. Maxwell played a piano and organ duet. Mrs.
1'lee.bam proved a mo-t efficient
accompanist. An amusing dialogue v. as cleverly acte I by Miss May
Manning, Mis; Thompson and Mr.
Somerville. The dosing number wa-
1 ul div mi Inai and mirth provoking, without i, word being uttered, a
I ng tab' of .e urtsbip under difficulties was unraveled by the following
performers:—Mrs. W. Bews, Mr. Goodwin. Mis- Eva Thompson, Mr. Tour-
n'i a- a Frenchman; Mr. Sanson, a
Dutchman; Mr. Rhoden, an English
dandy. Mr. Maxwell a howling swell.
a1 r. Somerville a- a ' o nry
bumpkin, and Mr Norman Ain Ue, as
ii sailor boy, and of ourse t:
cossful sui inr. Tli- ac i . Was v ry
well don." indeed.
Til '    j I'll    l.'l  '1    dies,..|    ,,!     10 '. Ifl ' .
with th ■ National anthi m.
OF CITY
Extended   Time   for   Completing   Assessment
Ratepayers.
SCHOOL LIBERALS
REPORTS    SUPPORTING
CLOSURE
Following   is the  repoit  of  the  Big
Eddy public school for the month   of I
April' That  strong     Liberals    throughout
Bays school was iu session     22   Canada are with the government in its
, Total    attendance  336  determination to aid in the naval de-
Roll llll   May   lb.—Water  and   Light and j Percentage  65.4 fence 0f the Empire, is shown by iat-
High   School  By-law to be   Submitted  J^5^ — —V^2r£ZiTZ£.
The following pupils were perfect in   aie dai|y     in receipt.   These Liberals
attendance-—Charlie      Barrett.      Etta  wanted the  naval bill passed  and  they
The council continued their adjourn-   tions    can    be made and not    other-   Barrett., Rolf     Carlsen, Patrick Cato,   w int  Ine closure applied  to slop   the
cily   wise. i Lavaune    Dever,    Nelly Olson,  Johny   obstruction.    Her,'  i-  a  letter     which
ESTIMATES. j Barrett. I expresses  the views of Liberalism not
only in Cntario but in ihe othir pro-
Following is the monthly report   of  v,itl^8i   [t was received by a promin-
Albert  Canyou public school  for   the   iu: Conservative member from a Lib-
month ending April 30, mill. Ieral in his    constituency.   Ih.- writer
id  meeting  at  8:30  p.m.  in the
ball   Wednesday  evening.
Mayor T. Ktlpatri k   occupied     the '' ^^Kinnon-Oan we sell the de -
chair.    Present   Aldermen Howson, Mc- '^^     T    KUl)atl.ick_That  is   the
Kinnon,  Barber and  Boinne. trouble a lot  of  debentures have been
tin motion the time for     presenting bsued in past years under heading of
the completed tax role by Assessor 0. "General" which should have neen un-
,,„.,, .     .   ,  ,     ,,       ,,'ti,      der "Special" or     "Water and light''
M. Ffld, was e\ti nded to Ma,' loth.
i.e: entities and  thus     whilst  our real
Mayor T.  Kllpatrick-Wo have      to   ^^ in,;ll.1>tl.(,ness     is ,ow ft showa
rui-ider a by'aw for power line, new ],,_.„ •„, ,h(, a,.count-' a,ui hurts the
water and lUht lin s and extensions. diy credit. Or general indebtedness
whi'h  will eost approximately $17,000   '" really very low.
Aid.     Abrahamson—1  mo.'e   that a
This bylaw     might   be put
si hool bylaw.
Water and Light Bylaw be put for the
with the school bylaw. mm q{ %l^m di„b(,ntures a( six     per I
Aid. Barber—Have we to put water cont to be utilised as follows:
i'p in. Fairview or     Clearview.   There   Extensions   s'raet   lighting  $ 3,0?2
Prescribed  school days 	
Bays' school  was in session  	
Total   actual  attendance  	
Average actual attendance 	
Pupils  attending during  month
Visits  by  inspector 	
Visits by other persons 	
The following pupils have been present every session:—Annie Sandberg,
Albert Sandberg and Russell Ratclifle
AGNES BLAOKBERG, Teacher
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...9.95
... 11
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i re  only a tew bouses there.
Aid. McKinn n -There are nine people  there  now.
Aid. Barber—Ts it necessary to put
in  th se  pipe lin.s for so few people.
Aid. Bourne—I don't see why we
should   have  io     put  water up there,
New power tiansmission line ...    11,175
Retaining wall, power dam     2.500
Water Pipe lines' extensions and
other incldentials'    3,0t'0
Aid.  Howson—I     second.       Motion
put and carried.
Oity Clerk instructed to prepare the
tbey might demand road-', streets and bylaws, at once, one for the foregoing
lights. and one  for the school bylaw.
Aid. Howson—The things to be     if Meeting adjourned at  call  o'     the
the people pass the bylaw the connec- chairman.
lent GatCi Di^drs
Chapman Amusement [o.
The flrst of next week Revelstoke
will be visited by the Chapman Amti3e
menl Co. They vvill select some central
spot in the city and will pitch their
1 ig tints nnd erect their merry-go-
round. They are billed to arrive on
Monday and remain till the evening of
Thursday, the Sth in*.
Watch  out   for them.
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Revelsloke will start in „ few
days. Men and outfits' will l>c
landed here Immediately. C.
P. R. head officials in the city
todav.
M1109il 1 IB H111 a H1
The   ill', i  lull  ol   l'.lit'.      m"   y   of    the
Experimental Farms Branch of the
Boinin.on Department of Agriculture,
Ottawa, has recently is- ue 1 u circular
,n "Ten Caterpillars" by Mr. J. M.
Swalne, tssistant entomologist for
Forest Insect-, in the I),vis.on of En -
tomology
This publication dis u--e tiie defoliating Teivt caterpillars which were
-o extroraely numerous in parts of eas
tern Canada during the season of 1912
A description is ;;i\en oi the diflerent
hta^cs of the insects, :.nd their life
histories and habits are discus* i
com .d.'table detail. The American Tent
Caterpillar constructs thc large silken
tents in May and dune', so Well kn0wu
hy all owners of fruit trees, and from
these retreats the caterpillars emerge
to feed upon the nearby foliage. This
peel - is ,'o.in 1 most commonly iu or-
ehaids, although i tl O infests \ar-
'liile tree. The Purest Tent
Ti tn ('.it rpillai '-I' u- no tent, but
feeds in ..-lein, of several scores upon
the foliage, and rests a' intervals as
li'.l upon the trunk or lower branches.
This species fte.ls chiefly upon deciduous fores' tne*, -tii h as popular and
birch. Both these species were very
abundant last se-ason particularly ln
'Quebec province, and their riug-like
masses of eggs ure to be seen in im -
mense numbers upon the twigs of fruit
trees and deciduous shade trees and
forest in many distriuts. The circular
referred 'o above gives a very complete account of the measures to be
adopted in controlling these important insect enemies. They are briefly:
tie' removal and destruction of egg
masses, spraying infested trees with
lead arsenate or Paris green, and
banding the trees to prevent ifinfecta-
tion by wandering caterpillars. Form
iilus for the spray mixture are given
and   .lire-lions  teir  thoir  preparation.
Copies of this publication, Entomological Circular No. l, Bxptfimental
Farms, may he ohtalnid from the
Publications Branch, Department of
Agriculture. Ottawa.
ACTsVE
UFfiC
i BABIES
An active tiaili' in babies at prices
i.ui ..ti ; iin,n i". up i- carried on in
I a   ording tn Mr-'. Charlotte
. ., -.i -a .■ orker of this city,
who a i ared efore the Legislative
Committee on Public Health, in -up -
; ort of a bill re mi-in; the registration of midwlves.
Mi -. Smith -ai 1 sh ■ ha l bought
infant- and  knew   where  more    could
i pur b i-i d al  any time.
"The iiol nf the home in the Back
SALARIES
OF BRITISH
AMBASSADORS
is a leading citizen in his community,
a former mayor i f his city, and was
the Liberal standard hearer in a general election some year- a o. He is
the h ai of a large irLn and ste*l industry. Tha letter real- as follows:
AGAINST OBSTRUCTION.
i  notice in     the late    newspapers
tha.. it is tne intention o.' tii.- Opposi-
:"ii in i'ai lam nt to further obstruct
the I usine     of the counti y hy • ndlc-s
taU on  ihe' -Naval B.ll.''   That there
ehouid be dil ei n .■ of opinii a as   to
the b iter way to uud to the defence
e.i Cana la and navy of the Bri-
ti.-.i Em, ire Acs ,o     be expe te-d but
the present unreasonable opposition of
b ' i b'; ' fi w ex] e t-
i 1.   '1.   :•.;-.      nd tb      tr base of the
an I th? I.i: i  ■'•' v.a- ;, p    :
:   b pud by the
1 iv.- .'in     .    :      nt.   a-  l und. i -'aad
ihe matter it i- propo ed iu ..'.'dei tor
■ Bec-
nve v.a -h.. a thai   i built     by
the continent of Europe. He has made   I  "      '■• ■ ..work     a
apolitical football of a great ratio H»en> ren
al  iiucstion and duty.   And in so do-   ''>'  '' r action whei
ing he bas been playing with the   Are  needed for the defend
which is' now destroying him as ., po-   the British Empire.
ITE
PLUMS ARE
SOILED
No 0113 knows better than do S Sir
Wilfrid Laurier that he bas brought
down upon his own bead tbe acute dis
pleasure of the people of Cana la. He
has held this country up to ridicule on
li tical  force in Canada.
The     European    nations saw In the
proposals  of   lhe    Borden   .-.iv.i nai'n-
While the question of ambassadorial   to Increase the effective naval forces'ot
sa'aries is being raised in  (I12 States,   t!l°  Empire,  the -hat ring of     their
., mav bc well to cltca few figures by   ;''oam  '" ,,!st    BrU*nnl" f'°'"    her
.    ,   long an.l lv toria role ot "rulin?   the
numerous forsinn  elipiomats.     British    . „„   ..   .... .   ,,        ,,„        .    ,,    , .
waves.      Wub the youm: cubs nocking
ambassadors at  Vienna,  Home,     St.   1o tne .;,]
Petersburg,  Berlin and     Paris receive-  , I the situation of no- merely
SANK ANT)  SENSIBLE.
This     is surel;
[.olicy—beca ise  - .
b   built ..id ••   . . ■ co tntrj
n  ihe       ■ -    .
:
the
'•;-  have  I 	
atioi ttes
urns '.inini-  ion $35,000 to <4ti,00f 'ning the supremacy of England     on
+u«  „.._ .   1.,,.   .i,..    ...... .........   ...'  ..    n
year   those of th' Herman ambaasa-
.' ."i'n    to ^:i7.!'i> ■; the     French
the seas iiii! the supremacy of a  I'm
ted  Empire    And sine Laurier     has
brought   polltii      11:0  the  thing,     the
.in a-   idors from  $21,000 to $40,000:  rhancellelies  of  Europe  breath-
Bay,'"   she said, "Is H    1 oodle     dog.  tho ambassador'  from Austria-Hung-  ly again.   They see that the Canadian
1   n from  H00 to $1,000,    while ary,     -.:],'"■■'   0    I . Oir    die Italian  rub has giavc doubts of fighting
are  being sold at from ?2    to ambassadors, $22,000 to 823,000;   and    iei.. its mother,
■ '.     1 ;■ ttding    upon    whether  they  the Russian ambassadors from     $32,-
or brunettes."
im to $10,000.
Gruesome Ca
BABY DIES
AFTER
PREACHED BECESSION.
The Laurier who believes iu the ultimate  Independence oi Canada     has
uccei ded in his nefat n.  He
.1 an !
n, n     1. spe ial  pat -
el
.
: nc .1 : I in tbs latest
naval Work, •..; I all
t would be   ths
\ery ..
LT  . F   \ BARB.
b    result of    long
has mad,, of Canada a laughing   took ,
BEATfc
I.os  Angeles,     Cal..  April HO— Some
11 thi   next   week a ship will leave
San  1 elro with the     most gruesome
aiL'n that ever 1-ft Southern California.   The cargo will consist of the re-
-  e; nearlj     1,1100   Chinese who
bav.. died in this country in the   last  t'-'1'1 is ''''a'1 '" Btarup alter.it is
fifty years.    It  will be  the largest  -in-   legsd by  the mother, a    beating     iii.l" removal of human remain- in   the  dieted by an Intoxicated fatbsr at   a
world's history,  and  the preparations   ,,,,„. wi„.n  ,|„.  infant   is  said  to  have
have been carried forwa d ro <,uietly   poen in ,., dangeroua condition  owing
Everett,   April     28-
A   tWO yar ul 1
Ill-
lie has openly allowed hi- fo
to preach secession upon the very
i'i.or of Parliament. He has cheered
reference to the "Boston Tea Party"
and the "Fourth of duly." That is
the Laurier who wants the people to
pla •■ bim once mure in oltic." It is
.iir lei say that should the Lauri.rit-
■ ever gain power in the future Can-
ada part in Imperial defence or the
proie" iimi of bn  own roasts will nev-
n:  .1-   ni'  I'.iiii-    of  j a'.-i.i-  and en-
.
I  1 th r be . To   oat md
th u Can 1 !a    »hou d do notUn -
the B oavy
so as to d •      ts until ell
live wai 'hips ■ an  1 e  I u.lt  an.l
cut 1    • ,r u ready ior
"ii,  is  tan .i'.v to     both
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thai no ■ ommi nt bus been 0 ■■ lone 1
a yeai .1.0, tb 1 Chine* < onsol
: Benevoh nt as '... ,ation of Sua
I'tan i-'O. -onetimes known as th?
Chinese Six Companies, took permiti
for th" removal of remains of Chinese
to thi- time have exhumed and prepared for -hipment. The bodies are
iih carefully wrapped in a separate
; iece of soft doth, and then placed in
Luxe- and care.ully sealed,
Win n the cargo reaches China, the
re'inain- will be taken in ohargo by
the relatives and Mends, who in
many caces have been wnitlng for
them all these long years, and will
be in'crr-d with all due honors that
should be accorded to such as ventured into strange lands. Tho
Chincw believe tnat the eyes of the
dead never close as long as tihey are
buried in n foreign land, which ex-
! plains the reason for the strange tran-
I'lpunation. When the work of exhum-
I ine aSd preparing all the bodies' has
Wn ■ iimpb tei .1 -pedal ship will be
chattered.
to an attack pneumonia.
Coroner Maulsby of Overall investigated   the  • ai e  al   tir   re rue t    of    a
justice of the  peace  In  Stump.      lie a chance to expresi their view-
says several day   1 up ed between   tbs  I'o'le.   Th
iimc of the alieiit'e'd beatin.:   and   the  uoni.i be decimated
child's death, so he was   unable    to
prove wtiicici or not the baby's death
was due to the whipping. I
Mrs. Hall, reports the coroner, said
her husband returned home Irom the
mill where he  is employed.   He     had
tbu-'      Who .1 ' ••   a ■•    su Ii  ,. roiirje
i   11   •  above  the stall.lard  -et  hv  the   , ,   . , , , .,
..... i-n ev thai id f'nee of the
Coast of Cat navy.
Nin e  and   I'.ain  OW
lim   the people are unfeignedly     as-
of  I..mr. 'i   and his tactic-.  And
Ihey would wish nothing bettei  than
U   the
and tb I -.1 the
t.i-k o! rei.ise
• .
i. tip 1 1 . ur own nume' .. .  ■ ,,r
1 guard of Independence thatofthe ,.;„„„„. , . wh,
t.. belong.
A Genuine Hero
It i- only  when u locomotive' ,n.-ia
I n drinking, said  the wife, who [ur- ,.,,  taVes B whole trninload of 1
ther Informed the coroner that     Hall gers  by  <|uick action    in the face   of
Whipped the baby  sev ly,  then when deodl)   danger that wo stop  to think
she,  the  wife,    attempted    to    defend buw   much   we  owe  him.   There oughi
her daughter, Hall turned   upon   her ,„ be some tangible expression of gra
and beat her. litudo  to  BngiMST  John  Knstman of
"Dr.    Purdy ot      Stat up, told     me tho lloston-Montreal train, who.    with
lhat the  little girl  was in a danger - his Hreman. engiti" anl ten ler plunged   ■
cus condition with pneumonia at   tho |u leei through ■  WSSkensd  budge  in    S
time Hall  whipped  her,"      said      thn toa swollen river after jamming     on  g
coroner.     "Dr.  Purdy  did    not think lis    emergency  brake  and  saving   the   ■
the whipping    killed    the child,     and test of his train.   An ii'tion half     as   1
when   I   examined  the little  body.      1 heroic in war time would have     won   u.
could find   no    marks, exempting dis- him the Victoria Cross.—Montreal Her   |
my \Mrnm
R .' 1 t.e .    i;. n. ral  Ac n    s,
with n  the past  few      day-  have -old
.1 1 Irum tu
looal parries ho Intend building tbeir
'Ibis firm also sol 1 a couple u( lots in
ili   west en I of town.
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eolorai'ion  that  might  have come  after death."   Hall was not arrested.
Thc above is a  sample  of the way
aid.
«
G.   O   Me Kerra'hs of Toronto, is a
far eastern visitor  to the Capital    of justice   is    handled  In  the  State
Canada's Alps, this week-end. Washington.—Bd.
When  you  purchase  Candles
and   Ire  Cream  at   Manning's
of then being
made  rn'er  the cleanest  condition-    POSSlbU. Patlielll'e'
Home  Industry.
MANNING'S
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THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,    MAY 3rd, 1913.
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For  Quick  Sale
House, Corner Second and McArthur, 50
Feet, Easy Terms  $2950
House,   modern,   Fifth   Street,    50 Feet,
Easy Terms  $3000
House, Corner Robson and Fourth Street,
50 Feet, Easy Terms  $2900
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
JOHN D, SIBBALD, PRES. J. D. SIKHAL.D, JR., SBC
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EARLY SPRING GOODS
Consisting of every conceivable size anil make of
Hats, Gloves, Shoes and Underwear; also a most
extensive stock of Neckiies of every shade and
style.
We have also a specially fine assortment of samples
for o.ir Spring Clothing Order Departmeet.
McKlNNON & SUTHERLAND
Fit-Reform Clothing Stetson Hats        Foot-Rite Shoes
LIVE ST0UK
INDUSTRY
BUSINESS IS   GOOD
At the Busy McIntyre Corner
Rpans, small, white, easy to cook, 3 lb. for  25c
Japan Rice, finest, cooks soft 3 lb. for  25c
Stephen's Chow Pickles, per bottle  35c
Sliced Lemon Clintf Peaches, small tin  20c
John McIntyre & sox
First Street. Telephone No. 93
GOODS Al. - -      GOODS DELIVERED
For a number of years until a few
months ago, the work of the Live
Stock and Health of Animals branches of the Depaitment of Agriculture,
at Ottawa was carried on under one
head. The work embraeed a very extensive held, involving an expenditure
of a sum annually of eonsiderably
more than halt a million  of 'dollars.
According to the annual report of
the united Branches for the year ending March 31st, 11112 just issued, three
more or less distinct lines of effort
are carried on. A well organized system is in operation to protect the
live stonk of the country from 'dis -
ease, not only guarding against its
introduction from abroad, but by
preventing the spread of infection already existin:; among Canadian herds
ami flocks. In this division regula -
tions are enforced to deal with such
diseases as hog cholera, tuberculosis,
glanders, dottrine, mange, anthrax,
sheep seal) and rabies, any of which
ineontrolled might cause very serious
losse's  to the farming industry.
The meat inspection division seeks
I.y wis'e regulations, carried out by
an extensive, well trained stall to prevent diseased or otherwise tmwhole -
some meats from being sent from one
irovinee to another or out of the
country. It also compels operators of
food canning establishments to main -
tain their factories in a sanitary condition and put up only sound goods.
During th? year reported it is shown
that 6,131 car. asses of cattle, 241 of
Sheep, nnd 'l,i",l of hogs, as well as1
many portions of eaicas.-es and 12,-
itt'l His. of poultry were condemned.
The report names the dis.'ase and
conditions responsible for these losses.
The work of the Live Stock Branch
is shown lo I.e of an entirely dilfercnt
ihara t.'r In a number of ways efforts are made to throw light upon
ilie paths of the stock raisers and to
m O'.itn-e the ext-nslon and improvement of the livp stock inltt-'tiy. Refer-
tnee' Is trade to a comprehensive in-
\ii at n of :h' mar'el conditions
affecting wen; an.l miiticn carried on
by a commission. To improve the
!i:hi hoise stock of the country bonuses are pn'd to owners of thorough-
I red stallions used for service. To
; -si-i daiiy farmers in ascertaining
w-herc huh pro Hieing luce ling stock
may be secured, a ie'coi-d of perform-
in e  has     I een  established for  pure
i coiyj;
NOTICE
All businessmen, householders, citizens and others, are hereby notified
lhat, in accordance with the Oity of
Kevelstoke Sanitary Bylaws, they are
i ailed upon to forthwith proceed to
clean all alleyways and public ap -
pronehes to property within the city
limits, from any accumulations of
a-h s, rtibbi-h or garbage, and to
have such removed to a dump ground
approved by the council. All property
owners, tenants nnd others, are required to clean up their premises and
remove from same any refuse of an
objectionable nature. The Police will
he Instructed to take the necessary
proceedings summarily, a ainst any
1 arties failing to comply with this
notice by May 1st next.
OITY  CLERK.
A Pail, With Water—
a Brush—and a Pkg. of
Alabastine
Ttrn.1, transform the URliest walls into walls of beauty -of art
—of refinement.   Alabastine walls are pleasing to the
most cultivated   tastes.   Anyone can apply
Alabastine by following the directions*   All
you need is a pail, with witter, and a fiat
brush.   The rest is easy.    Alabastine, unlike
lt paper andjkolsomlne, hardens, and beciiuc.
part of the wall itself.     Alabastine sticks to the wall
permanently, lt is tlie only absolutely sanitary watt covering.
The Toliee have been instructed by
the City Council to prosecute all persons keeping or harboring a Dog without a Li 'ense.
A Dog that is not worth paying a
Lieense for is worth nothing.
Dag Taxes can he pald at the Police
Station or Oity Olllces, up to May 15
After that (late action will bc taken.
OITY  CLERK.
CHURCH'Smisilig
COLD water JfiMMMm
'.utmiritt levtaj*
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
Niiiii' tn-tiitinr
Withoul t.itllt
Chutch  tin Labtt
free Stencils are worth from
$1.00. They enable you to more beaut-
ifully decorate your home.  Call
in for particulars.
BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
First St, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
Plumbing .   Heating Tinsmithing
Special Attention Paid to Mail Orders
p O-OO-O-O-O-O-O-O OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO (
% Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Otfico
Capital Subscribed
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
Total Assets,
Branches or Ag"nts at all prin
Toron+o, Ontario.
6.000,000.00
6,770,00^.00
6,770,000.00
$72,000,000.00
NOTIOB
IN  TIU0 MATTEU OF AN  APPLICATION for the Issue of a Duplicate
Certificate of Title to Lots 3, 4, 5,
and f..  Blo.'k 12.  RereUtoke City,
Map 636.
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN   that
it is my intention to issue at  theex-
piration of one month after  the    first
publication hereof a duplicate    of   the
Certificate of Title to the above mentioned lot in the name of Alice Amelia
Tapping,   which      Certificate   is   dated
.Mh' llth dav of February, 1912,    and
p il |miu's in Canada.
Agents in <iic.it. I{ i'lttn and Uni'el ScatH—London, England,
l.loyds Huik, I.i mi il. Chicago—First N"Ulonal Hank, Corn Ex-
ohinge N'lM'inai Uink. S • ittle Se ittl • N i.ii m il U ink. Ban Fran-
i'mi-ii— Well* Fargo Nevada National ll.mk. Spokane—Exchange
National Hank.
n-'p si's ..r $1
ctiricn   rate fi-oii
Savings Bank Department
I   u  nv i - tl.    ic  t'ivi'il     ;(i,|)    jut t
(! ii-r"S|n.MiiU-"irt'
B. McCleneghan, Mgr
rest   nlliiv
s   In ited
1  at
iln e i.f ili'iin-ii.
Revelstoke Branch   A.
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Revelstoke M: Market, Ltd.
SWIFT'S . . .
Blood and Bone    S
FERTILIZERS
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Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
bred  dairy  rattle.      The report      just
Issued shows that 804 cows entered for
■   this rere.rd    durin.; tbc year.
In addition to th-3     report of     the
Veterinary  Director General and Live
-'" t '••   ii i - i-n. r,    the    volume
which  cun',, as almost r.^O paged    in-
l!n<trations, embodies
Ill-ding reports of oflv
'if  publications
works
No.  4  of the Re'ord
Bulletin No. ir. of the
. '"■ r poi'   of  the
• •   ■     (thi   Nat-
a   on   the Re-
ord Commlt-
i iv cents,
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of
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numbered 1S837A.
Nelson B.C., April 5th, 1913.
S. R.  ROE,
Ap. 9lh  Im. District Registrar.
NOTlt'lC
LIQUOR   ACT,
11110.
Notice is hereby given that,  on the
.Pih day  of     April next, application
will be made to thc Superintendent ol
I rovlncial  Police for the transfer    of
the licence for the sale cf liquor    by
ieta 1 in and upon the premises known
as the Lake View Hotel,  situate    at
Arrowhead,    British    Columbia,   from!
■ n  & Irvin,  to  Chapman    and
Fmith, of British Columbia.
Dated  this 1st  dav of April,  1913.    ,
CHAPMAN and  IRVIN",
Holder of Licence.
Geo. T. Chapman and N. B. Smith
Applicant  for  Transfer. I
Il 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 other chronic complaints is unequalled
and verified by our gratified patrons. Located among the
greatest scenery of Canada, easy of access,—the Sanitarium is luxuriously fitted and finished for comfort and
convenience of guests.
Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. B0YH, Proprietor, -        Halcyon, Arrow Lakes
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Seeding Time
As the 1
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OUR   OWN   BAKING
When v in ire I iry an 1 do not l
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from the best.
Tel. 41
A    HOBSON
734
LATEST
vid  facilities for the enforce-
■   nt   ' I tli ■ law  in  ihe outlying  por-
he province are contemplat-
provMed  fm' en the  invitation
puldie' works elrpartment often
■   ih' erection and    eomplelion
.in ! constables'   i|Uartors at
North   Bend,    Bpenoe'fl
!   Terrace.
THE MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED   1S5S
Record of Progress for Five Years— 1906-1911
1911
I 4,000,000
4,600,000
86,042,311
38,854,801
48,287,284
'.'Hiii
% 3,000,000
8,000.000
23,677.730
27.467,090
88,090,192
Has 83 Brnnohee In Canada, and Agents and Correspondents In all
the Principal Cities In the World.
A OCNCRAI. BANKING BUSINESS TRANSAOTtD
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Interest allowed at highest ourrent rata.
RevelBtoke Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager
Capital
Reserve   -
Deposits
Loans and Investments
Total Assets
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P.R I ler nt     the
e'T       ItOOW
there        rei   o ■ i    fou may
iimcntary
Cil  lii-liI   ;,   meeting  at  The  HeflM    re
rcntly to deeMe upon  ttoe
1 in/ '.f ■'.' m   to
I e   he-l'l .-. iin   iri
the Inauguration ol the peace palace
Lord   VVeardnle  and   A    'Innln. .   nprl
tented itn-nt Britain     The    ootincil
unanimoiii.lv 11n•:■--**■ 1  g   motion 'lint ihe
admiralty ol England ihould take tba
flrst step in proposing tin- limitation
nl armament.!.
Cause for Aiarm
Loss of appetite or distress after
er.tinz —a symptom that should
not be disregarded.
.1 what you
ill ele     l!    il    el,,.   ;   you
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ii       trouble than
"I   many
I   ,   I I   nil.   I
abu     ol tli"
'   ll'' I   fie.Ill   (nd!-
?1     Itexull
iln' under.
ill    l'fund   tlm
without question nr
f .ei aft. - ii " ■ .ii aro not
j Unfiid with n uli .
ii nd Rexall 11   pep la
T ll day, and
■    e i      not
been w m '■•'' d     '•'• i belli ve them to
i    . ri'.'i' pr unlit
■ . neutralise acidity,
ol     ,' J ilir-,.
,e tin digestive organs, nml
Mel   ■     l,e rfe I t     I, • 11 I 11 H ell    ||||l|
1 Three
i e. i,! i, snd Sl.oo.
youi      ... Retail Dyspepsia Tablets
■ 'eiiiiiniriity only nf our at'ire:
WALTER  BEWS.
Rrvrl.loUr llrlllah   ( nliimliU
The ^ketatt, Store
Ttwr*. I, a ttrmlt Rlorn In nnsrly .vary Urwn
nnd altY in Ilia tlrnlrd Slulra. CureneU anil
UrMt Itrtiaeii. '|h«m U it cllfferrni Kri.ll
Komorfv to. iiwirly arrry lenlinnry human III—
aanti ravaaiallv ifpalcnral  for  th* pftrticulir ill
for wbioh it in rasosBmsadsd.
Th* Rusll Stsnt a,a Aimrica's OrMtwt
Drug Store,
te.
JUST OPENED UP   UNDER  NEW   MANAGEMENT
The Kootenay Brewery
Manufacturing
ALE      PORTER      LAGER BEER
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A. COLARCH. PROP. • REVELSTOKE. B. C.
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Have a Car of Fertilizer on Track.
Save money by buying direct from
Car
P. BURNS & GO., Limited
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E. G. BURRIDGE & SON
Plumbers and Tinsmiths
Repairs,   Hot Air and Furnace
work a Spec'alty
Oor
WORK   8MOP—
arh« A*/*.   •   Revelstok*
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer     Draying
Handling Pianos a Specialty
Phone 42 -   Night Phone 85 SATURDAY.    MAY 3rd, 1913.
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EMPRESS   THEATRE
B. K. I.ANG PRBSBNTS
The Famous Juvenile Bostonians
TWO  NIGHTS COMMENCING
Monday, May 5th., 1913.
t^ViONDAY     EVENING   A    SUMPTUOUS
REVIVAL OF AUDRAN'S MASTERPIECE
Tuesday flight,    (*
May 6th, 1915. .
Secure your seats now at
Macdonald's Drug Store
Phone JSfo. 3        -        Phone J\[o. 3
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Six Roc ni Modern Hcuse, Ccmer of Pcbson  Avenuo
and Fourth Streot    S 2800
Six Room Modern II n\ Fourth Street $2200
Eleven Room House,   Fourth Street,   near McKenzie
Avenue  $:-0<'0
100 Feet Seventh Street- near McKenzie Avenue $1600
Store BuiMing McKenzie Avenue for Rent.
Give in Your Listings if You Want a Quick Sale
— I    ■     af   Hl»f l|»   I     l^jaiDly    UllUM   ■ — S   I—IIM   m    — —ell— «!*■ || I ■ ^W ■» ■   ■ I — —il   — I 1^1 1—^1 Meal —i M
J. B. Watson Realty Go.
R. R. COLE, Manager.    Local Agency American Casualty Co.
,J
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 trad?, and ho'd the old.
LADIES' DRESS SKIRTS
Another Shipment to hand of Spring
and Summer Styles in
Voiles,  Panama and Lustre
20 Per Cent. Discount for Cash
MRS. A. G. CRICK,   ■   FIRST STREET
Laughton C& Tapping, Props. First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
European Plan
Open Day and Night. - Meal Tickets, $6.00
MONTHLY BOARD
News in Brief
The Craven stake.- for three-year -
olds, £500, run at Newmarket over the
Rowley mile, wa< won by Lor.l Ro-e-
i bery's bay colt Sanquhar by Santry-
Valve, whili started at G to 4. L.
Montagu's The Plct, S to 1, was sfc-
on-d and H.P. Whitney's MJramicbl, it
to 1, third. The Derby favorite, Crag
i in.,.r, was not among the starters.
ln eunneciion with the proposed visit ef tha Salvation Army chiefs to
Can .da th Cana iian Asso iatcd Press
learns that General Braaiwell Booth
exj m b to i■■-u-li 'loronto on November 1-t. Hc will probably direct the
army I'ampai n in othor large Cana.l-
ian e ntrs (or a fortnight, afterwards
visiting Chica o nnd New York. This
will be the general's tirst overseas
campaign out of Europe since succeed
ing his father at the head of the
al m;> ■
Kn tuirles made by the Canadian As-
soti.U d lie-- -how that tho Appellate Jurisdicteou Bill introduced by
lhe lord chancellor is certain io become law. The bill is heartily welcomed in le^ral circles, connected with
the judicial committee of the Privy
Coun il which perhaps is not unnatural considering it means the a.ldition
of two salaried law lords each at (iOUO
i'..un.l- yearly. Apart fio.n this, how
ever, iiis felt that the bill's provisions will immensely strengthen the
1 nvy Council and conse-juemly in -
crease the' Overseas Dominions.
It is st.ited that confidential negotiations arj on too. for a marriage be-
teuen the Prince of Wales and tho
Grand Duchess Olga, elde'.-'t daughter
of the Czar. It is said that it hal
been arranged for them to meet for
the' flrst time at Hirdoero, a charm -
Ing seas.,1c villa, jointly owned by
Queen Alexandra and the Empress
Maie of Kus-ia. The villa is on the'
i-ineeeof Klampenbourg Pay, half an
1 o.tr fiom Copenhagen. It is also
said that ih.e prince May visit St.
Petersburg an.l remain al the Winter
Pala ie fur some time, during the court
t-.a-on there.
Among the provincial appointments
of the current week are to be noted
thos.' of Messrs. Hilliam K. Burritt of
Prince Rupert as stipendiary magistrate and judge of the small debts
court for that northern city; Harry
Gleed of Okanagan Centre, and H. A.
Turner of Fairview, as notaries public; Edward Conway of Alert Bay, as
registrar for the purposes' of the Mar-
liage Act; A. Megraw and J. Clark of
Hedb y. as members of the directorate
of the H.-dloy General Hospital; Aid.
Norval Brittain and William T. Johnston, as license' eommisM-ioners and Aid
John H. Mcl.enn at»d Robert J. Thur-
Hion as police commHSioners of the
, ity of Port Moody. The accoptane-e I
oi the resignation of hi- commission
of tho peace by Mr. Allen W. Bour.-h-'
itr, of South Fort Oorgo, ie* ofli<rtal-'
ly chronicled. '
Kin; George has 'determined in fav-
01 if the twelve year old Hon iral)l<>
Mary Frances Petre to the 'barony ot
Fttrni al whieh has been in abeyance
since' 1777. She will become a peeress
in her own right with the title of
Baroness Furnival, and will be the
yotinjcst peeress in Great Britain.
The Briiish Beard of Trade icports
for March shoev .hat the imports for
that month were ?30E,735,725, an in.
crease of $!>02,-655 over the same month in 1912. The exports for the same
period amounted to $208,449,785, an in
cieasd oi $4,S79,890. A feature ol the
statement is the showing of a decrease
of nearly $20,000,000 in the Im'torts of
raw ■ tt on, and a decrease of over
$5,000,000 In the exports of mahufac -
lured coiton.
As a heavy laden immigrant train,
with 717 people aboard, fro n Halifax
an.l St. John, was rounding a curve
near Lennoxville last Thursday the en-
tr.iie' left the rails and four coaches
, lough d down an embankment fifteen
.'tei high. All the cars were of steel
and not a single passenger was seriously hurt. There were hundreds of
women and ehi dren on board but they
all escaped through the windows of the
overturn 'il  coa lies.
Ths Newfoundland  Legislature   was
adjourned last Thursday afier a six
weeks' session in which the entire gov
e rninent programme was carried out.
Important among the legislative acts
was that which Newfoundland formerly ollered to join thc naval defense
eef the British Empire. For this offer,
Governor Davidson, in the closing
speech announced the thanks of the
Imperial cabinet, and int.mated thnt
lbe British Admiralty now is eonsid-
ei in [ how the offer can best be util -
ized.
Profes-'or Abderhalden, of Berlin,'
ba- brought the production of syn- j
thetic foods to a Point never before
attained. He has kept dogs fat and
-iron,' on aniln-ial food made by
chemistry. Chemical food means that
the farmer will lo-'e his occupation.
Instead of growing food, it will lm
made in the fa<tory just Iik" we
make dyes. Food is produced by
plants 'ailing certain elements from
ihe earth and air anil combining
them so man can egl them. This
will eventually be done artilie-ially.       I
Mrs. Peirce of Tower street, Eastbourne, England, was born minus
arms and yet she can do almost anything; with her feet. She cooks the'
dinner, cle'an- the house, and in fact
fulfills almost all the duties of a house
wife. This unique woman wears her
wedding ring on her left foot. Whon
the was married she was askod if she
would prefer to sit down for the bride-
froom io place the ring on her toe but
she reused, and lifting her foot to
the level 0f her husband's waist with
the greatest ease, the performance was
successfully carried out. She is often
seen wrltiing a letter.
Revelstoke
iKorarjs    ■     i    mmi Mini
™e Co.
Ltd
See
the
Prices
See
the
Prices
Pontraciva Silver-Grey
stcck rtmn'iS
Cups <& Saucers Regular S3.00 Doz. This week 52.15
2.10
1.55
1.00
1.70
1.25
.90
.45
.30
.55
1.15
.25
9/'-piece Set of Above, Regular (22 50,  This Week. $14.50
These Dishes are Semi-Porcelain, an 1   tlie  pattern
guaranteed not to rub of£.
SEE   OUR   CENTER   WINDOW
8 in.   Plates
3.00
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
IS
Revelstoke Hardware Company, Ltd.
Dealers in Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Paints, Oils, fix.
Agents for Minerva Paints and Oxford Ranges.
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"Society
SWSIE*OM
quickly slops  courrhi,  cures co]i!i, ami  heals
the throat anl lungs.        ;:        It       &3 cents.
$3 r a n b"
Clothes
fcottrtti Irani) ttlullifii
Caa.mW HII    ieftHOaae4GM
imbody all that is graceful
and elegant in young men's
clothes.
If you want to dress in the
highest degree of gocd taste
and fashion, ask us to show
them to you,
flfoclRae
Mercantile Co.
The Kevelstoke H"ttie of
Society Kt,mil Got! • • II I
H. S. Peter's Overs',ll .  .
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THE MAIL-HERALD,REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY.    MAY 3rd, IMS.
When you plant  your Garden, good  tools  help you,
both in enjoyment and the success of the work.
Come in here to-day and have a look around this store.
We have all the latest Garden Tools at the right prices.
Rakes       Hoes       Digging Forks       Spades
Lawn Mowers, Lawn Rollers, Planet Jr. and Eureka
Seeders and Cultivators.
TREE SPRAYS AND SPRAYERS
Pruners, Long Handle or Short
FENCING—Barb Wire, Field Fence, Poultry Netting,
Lawn Fence	
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tx^-voimm ma.
Read" MaiMtoid" SALES AND WANTS for Snaps
SMYTHE'S
m FOB UTGUH
BARRED    H ICK9  	
Exhibition  Strain   Jj.00
PARTRIDGE    ROCKS 	
Exhibition  Strain  $5.00
WHITE    ROCKS  	
Bxhih tion  Strain  $3.00
Bl"FF    ROCKS 	
Exl  biti n    Strain  $3.00
I Pen Barred Rocks $3.00
'Per Setting of 1"> Eggs)
My Barred While' Bufl Rocks have won
■ r     <lio»n   at  both Provincial
SI   '■'■ -   I  won   Six  Prizes      :      :
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SYNOPSIS   OF COAL MWING
REGULATIONS.
ST ICK FOR S U.n.
ROY  SMYTHE
REVELSTOKE
CANADA'S BEST
IN USE 40 YEARS
GOOD THEN SETTER NOW
Work-
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How U'I -   P !'• •■'     s' i lining
« I, ch ensures Permanence and Pui ity
(ef T ne,
OUR PLAYER PIANOS
iman-like i"iitr>el rental ■- all the |
ents .uxl 'li-. lees    Thej
are perfect   in  teeiic.   artistic   in design I
■l i'n nik; life-long service.
WE INVITE COMPARISON
The very best material and the besl
skill that money can secure are employed iii their construction.
The Newcombe Piano Co.
Limited,
McKrni e Ave.   Revelstoke, B. C.
Hr    office and Factory, Toronto, Ont.
Coal mining rights of tho Domiuion
n   Manitoba,   Saskatchewan  and  Al-
■erta,    the    Yukon    Territory,      the
Morth-west Territories and in a por-
tlon  o(  the  Province of  Uritish  Col-
imhla,  may  he leased lor a term ot
twenty-one  yeurs at an  anuual rent-
il     e.f      (1  nn  acre.    Not    more than
ines  will   be leased  to one ap-
t.
1,    Ication for lease must I.e madi
uy   the applicant  in  person    to    the
\a.-eut  or     Suh-Airent of the district
ii  wuicli   tbe rights applied (or     nre
• .muted.
rhe leaae will include the conl n. »
iiat  rights  only,   but the leseee    may
it   permitted  to     purchase  whatever
I unliable surface  rights  may  11
ddered  necessary  tor the  working o!
the  mine at the rate of     X
•icre.
In surveyed territory the    .
►     descrtl eel    ley  aectt. :.-
i. visions  of  sect.     -,.        '.in  u
surveyed   terntory  the  trtet
■ nt shall  be stake.1  out oy  the    ap
t   himself.
b  applieart   m'ist  I a  ac
.ed by a fee of $5 wh.ch will    >     :-
'tineled  if  the rights appiii
not available,  but  not  otherw
y     shall    be paid  oo  the mor
chantable output of the m ne
of tiv» cents per ton.
Tbe person operat.n.-
'urnidh the Aireot with »•■*
accounting for the full  rjuantity     of
Mne-rchantable coal mined ar.-l  pay the
ty  thereon.    If  the  coal   mining
right! are not being operated,     such
returns  should  be  furnished  at  least
'nre a year.
For full     information     app!:
1 be made to the Secretary of
the Department of the Interior, Ot.
f.awa, or to the Agent or Sub-Agent
ef Dominion  Laneis.
W.  W.  CORY.
Lumb
Phone, 262
umDermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -   Revelatoke, B. C
before buying yonr '.uf
fit of working clothe*
for the bush. I make •
specUltv of I/vidng
Shoes, Pants, Sox, Shirts
Blankets and everything
required in your business.
Cbe flDaiMbcvalfc
PUBLI8HHD   WKIlNKSnAY  AND
HATUH1UY   AT
REVELSTOKE. B.   C.
tiuci'toi ipubitsbtitd Gompanp,
Llllll teed
J.  K.  JOHNSON,  Manager.
RALPH   Q,   SCRDTON,   Kditor
NEW SPRING GOODS
ADVERTISING  RATES.
Local Heading Notices and Business
locals 10 cents per line each insertion.
Minimum local ad charge 25 cents.
Display  advertisements  25 cents per
inch each insertion, single column.
LKGAL AND OFFICIAL
ADVERTISING.
Legal advertising of any form, also
Government antl Municipal Notices 12
cents per line tirst insertion anl 8
cents per line subsequent insertions,
allowing 10 lines to the inch.
Applications for Liiiuor Licenses $5.
Applications for Transfer of liquor
Licenses $7.50.
Land  purchase notices, $7.00
Water Application Notices, up to
100 words, $7.50, over 100 words in
proportion.
All other classes of advertising not
included in above to I.e charged at
rate to be arranged with manager on
application.
rUNION fJfe,AB}- U>
SATURDAY,    MAY 3rd,   PJ13.
Ladies Tweed Skirts
Ladies 1-piece Dresses
lad iss' 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    l
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Prices $1.75 to £2.50.
Women's Spring Hosiery
Women's   White Underwear.
Ladies' Eloyse Dresses
Reff. $4, $3, S3-to clear at $2.00.
Millinery!
blillinery
Spring Wash Coods
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Our stock  Never Better.    Prires
marked down from 40c. and 35c.
Now 2'r>c.
Mulmery
We are keeping in touch with
the Eastern Market.     You.can
depend upon the  latest styles,
YOUNG
As will he ssen by the itport oi tne
city council adjourned meeting, the
uty lathers ha.e decided to submit!
two very Important bylaw- to the]
ratepayers for their approval or other
wise. Thi' lirst will l,e the high school
bylaw one to rai-'e tlle stun of .;'- 1,000
which -tun \>ill be added lo the .f-10,-
ti.o donated by th ■ Provincial government and will mak.? a thorough up-to-
date creditable high school, lt will bu
remembered as previously stated in
this paper, .hat liis Worship Mayor
K.lpatrlc: ..or.id hard to gee tbis
la.ie.s .n.i' appropriation and thanks
to thc intluences ol Hi a. Thos1. Taylor
om worthy member, was successful in
landing uie big donation.
.'.ow it will be for the ratepayers of
Ibis city ie. de Ide in a few days whether Revelstoke is to have a high
school which will be a credit to tbe
in-i or not. Everyone should vote
in this matter to the' best dictates of
thi lr ' onscl
The Other bylaw  will be one  to raise
some  ■•:  ..i .    to improve  ihe water  &
li  hi   systems ol  our city ai.l  extend
same.   This bylaw should be carefully
n   council are of the
r     anl
ate t.i meet
ing co nmunity,
and tl tb    rate) tyers to
.i a  very seriously and
. i' i- duly voted upon
o be no    doubt  but
pe    s      for
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' Ho?*ik  Portraiture
Those who find it inconvenient to get round to the ph io-
grapher's, can have a lirst-c ass portrait tuken at home,  in
„   n       . almost any *t\le, anti   with   unique  and   pleasing  effects.
Ja. Doug as I o:.m r Urop & carJ ()-  .;i , j;i ,a (|.c x^uEMAN STUDIO and an
T.i3 Trueman Studio    appo ntm nt will at once h - mide.    Exterors also taken.
NOTICE
DISSOLUTION   OF   PARTNERSHIP, i
Public Notice' is hereby given by the ]
undersigned     that     the     co-partnership      heretofoie      existing      between
them,        under the       name     and
style      of    Laughton.     and      Tapping
hotel proprietors at Revelstoke, ll.C,
has  this  day  been  dissolved  by   mUtU-jl
al  consent.   Mr.  Tapping retires from
the  business  known a., the      Windsor
Hotel and the  business will be     continue.! i.y Mr.  Laughton.
All accounts and debts owing to the
Co-partnership  arc  payable  to      J.  C.
Laughton  and all  liabilities  of  the copartnership are to be paid by him.
Dated May 1st, 1913.
John ('. Laughton.
J. Clayton Tapping.
.   May  3,  -t.
PBIKCa I    -;UI
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ladly v   an  heir"ss
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lod of I He
■  iH to win  tbe gifi «rbo   Dttb
I   mantwir  ryf advent
'.rf,  in  thr. mM it      Ol  '■ • il . I rt»d    oeW
lavishly   presented    Among bhe many
ont: hit" are "Her Kyes Are Hlue foi
"It is a DtU OM World After
All", "The It-fit Thmir a Waiter lu,<-
il W:.:t." I f'an't b« True Far Aw
ny", "Tonight Will Never 0om< hr.
nin", and "1 Don't Wany to Marry
Vour Family."
NOTICE
Noti.-c  is hereby  given that  at the
next mee ing  of  the  Hoard of  Licensing     I ommis ioners  for the     City of
Revel   oke to be held next after    the
i.e hi  of  thirty  days  from      the
11.;. I,can.ell   will   be   made
for pern,i    ion   to  Laughton and Tap-
•o John C  Laughton
- ■     11..' hotel license to sell
by retail now held by Laugh-
Capping  ,ii     respect of  the
Ri .  I itoke Known a-    tho
Datod  thi is .   of May,  1913.
mon  and  Tapping.
n  Tapping,  John    0.
May IS  Im.
Wedding Bells
CHAPM \:.    N ITTRASS
v .!     and Mrs.
B.C., ,,n Thurs
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d  stm ,  v..i •  mat i ied
ii-     .   Louise     by
■'• i.   Macrae,   Miss Vivian Nat
mai i .md  Wilbur
Fish a 'l le.   I.i..lee     was
ithei     She    wore
a  ino.' .   .'..th bat to match
of   wlnie    roBC -
fern,
[ifl   a, the  bride    was
. • ie    an i pearl,   to the
..ti ol ibe   amc  ton
'nan! ti    hi  groomsman „ cold w,|i
li. The happy couple were made' m-
' .pie-nt e,( i.iiin, rou pre • li . Heveral
of  whi'li   (»•«   very   CO  tlj      Ml.      alld
vi. . Chapman passed (through itevel-
stoke en route   to    • omaplii   where
ihey will viiit. Mi, and Mis. Harold
i iiiiinii en ie fm.' proceeding to Nelson,
i/othhriiii'.   and Calgary, which cities
they will visit before returning' to
Golden  to  taks up their residence.
WHITE STAR ■ DafflMIG:. LS!.£
ROYAL MAIL S1' E A MERS SA I LING EVERY tt EEK
From Montreal, Quebec, Liverpool
LARGEST STEAMERS FROM CANADA
Kcw S.S. Laurentic. .(15.000 Tuns). .New S.S. NSegantic
First-Class—?92.50.      Second   U53.75.     Third   $32.50
S. S. Teutonic - ■ S. S. Canada
iiSL feet long. 514 feet lonjr.
Carries Only 0ns Class Cabin (II) S50.00 and Up
and Third Class $31.25 and Up.
FOR SAILINGS AND ILLUSTRATED BOOKLETS APPLY
COMPANY'S   OFFICES
Eli] Second fay,1, Hear Cherry St, Seattle
A. G. DROOKER, C. P. Ry.  Passenger Agent, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
WHITBY
High Class Decorator
Painting and Paper Hanging
KALSOIMINING, STAIMNG. VARNISHING. EIC.
Residence   ■   Victoria Road
BO.\    V>4
Ms mi,ites (liven   l'ree cm Application.
Prince of To-night
\ i a ians who naw last nimbi's en-
ti'i iniiiiiie in mid it. was perhapo one
ol the largest Ikiusis ever >cen at an
-ii n niniiieni here, sine e "Little
Johnny Jones,'' (ieorge t'ohuu m fara-
, ii production, wero more than eater'
tamed by "Tlie Prince ol Tonight"
None could le'iiv the house withou',
having -tated their appro61atilon of
Manager Thompson'! efloitB in securing the excellent iitlra' tion. There
»i'n' ,i tVH fnlnor [ihiih in thc Bho\»
thut did not appeal to live up toex
p. -tiitioni lurt thin vtne nei-n«ioii«d hy
th.' BmnllneHs o( the stage and the
ne t thnl the company itage hiinilH
wire not us*>() to working on a Htagn
ol thiH size In almoflt every particular 'The Priiu-e of Tonight" lived up
to prcR" agency. It wae well received
,nil dewiving ol the lient of notice.
The e-horuB    were   all pretty,     and
Bang well. Especially good wero the
male voices, something ono Hildom
tinds. The male glee work in tho
' lirst part introducing the collego
hours and yells proved exceptionally
delightful.
Tom Arnold handled his dillicult.
role splendidly noth as the "broke"
life waver and the "Princes." For a
college graduate he seemed to lack a
lit tlo dash, if we judge Yale graduates well, but this part was made up
in his role ft< "Prince" to whieh he
did  rare justice.
The widely advertised transforms -
tion si«ne was the only scene tbat
hi'ld the entertainment hack and, ae
wc say, this was occasioned, it is ox-
plained, hy the stage and not tho
show. In all "The Prince of Tonight"
is the best entertainment that han
visited VNalia thiB season.—Visalia
Morning Delta. Saturday, April 12th.
' This company will appear at the opera house on May 22nd.
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SATURDAY,    MAY 3rd,  1913.
IMHI.UW.II
During This Month There
Wiil be Plenty of Bargains Displayed in This
Store, Watch for Them
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
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Watch Our Windows for
Special Lines and Bargains During This Month
Look at Price Tickets.
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Ladles' Spring Underwear
LADIES'   COOL,   SPRING    UNDERWEAR,    Pure  White
Cotton,   Spring   Needle  Knit  in  Vest  anh    Drawers,
with or without sleeves.      Among   this lot are some
of the Famous  Areo Knit and Porous Knit.     All at
3'for 31.00 or each  35c.
Children's Cotton Vests
CHILDRENS' WHITE COTTON VESTS, with Shcrt
Sleeves. To fit Children from Five to Tenycars.
At  ea' li    15c.
Bargains in Ladies' Waists
OUR FAMOUS WAIST BARGAINS
FOR YOU THIS FRIDAY. NO NEED
TO SPECIFY
$1.00 Each      $1.00 Each
JUST OPENED UP
Department for Ladies', Misses
and Childrens' Ready-to-Wesir
Second Floor
We have open?.! up a Department for Ladies, Misses,
and Childrens' Reody-to-Wear, Second Floor Front.
There is here a fine large space and splendid light.
We will cn.leavor in future to carry a Full Line of
Made Up Garment; Etc. This week we have a special Line of Women's White Lin^cree Waists iu the
Finer Lines of Mull. Mustin and Voile. Pretty effects in Lacj and Embroidery Trimmed. Some with
Short Slee/es, anl Dutch Neck, others Long Sleeves
and  High   Collars.     This is a good buy all at ...$3.90
Your Inspection of Our Display
Cordialiy Invited.
Old Country Wash Cotton
A SHIPMENT OF OI I) COl'NTRY WASH COTTON
Goods in C.ingham Zephyrs, and Galateas, Etc.,
the good old fashioned, hard wearing kind at 15c,
20.-.,  and  35c.
Ladies' Tailored Suits
Sec the Samples of n.r Speeial Hand Tailored Made-
to-Your Measure Ladies' Suits. Hundreds of Satisfied Customers are wearing these. Why not you,
at    $25.00 and $35.00
Womens Fine Lingerie
Here is an extra spejial bargain in
Womens' Fine White Lingerie Blouses
and Linen and Vesting Shirtwaists.
$2 50 to  $3.50 goods,   on  Sale  Friday
$1.65 Hach.       $1.65 Bach
V
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Lii XI15 JUL J.
Department
TH CENTURY BRAND models  for  Spring
and Summer, 1913, have all the grace, style
and   distinction   that   have   given   them   a
national reputation.
20
* The fabrics are the most attractive ever shown in
this famous line, and the tailoring is of the highest
standard inside and outside.
* See these new models before you place your  Spring
order.
* We are exclusive agents.
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PRICES, $20 to $35.
attkoai
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Friday and Saturday Bargains
CHILDREN'S FELT HATS—A genuine snap for those who
who know. All colors-blue, red. brown, green and
heather, in soft shapes; values up to $1.25. Now on
sale for two days only at the one price for all
55c. Each
BOYS' SUITS-Boys' STRAIGHT KNICKER >uits 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 Medi
icine on Lar
Earth for Cold;
JOHNSTON'S FLUID BEEF, (16 ounce Bottles)
BOVRIL, 4 ounce bottles,
BOVRIL, 2 ounce bottles,
$1.00
65c
35c
A Large  and Well Assorted List of Pickles
Crosse & Blackwell's Walnut, pts. 35c qts. 65c
,, Mixed pts. 35c qts. 65c
,,  Chow-Chow pts. 35c qts. 65c
,, Gerkins pts. 35c qts. 65c
,, White onions pts. 35c qts. 65c
,,   Imp. Relish pts. 35c	
,,        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-Hiow and
Indian Relish in Bottles.
Gillard's Relish, Chutneys, Pin Money Pickles
Steven's White Onions, Mixed,  Chow-Chow,
Walnuts and Gerkins.
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l Specials For Friday and Saturday |
Chicken Tomatoes, Per Tin,
Pure Gold Salad Dressing", Per Package
Olymer Chicken Soup, large tins,
Icing Sugar, all flavors, per package
15c
IOc
25c
10c
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THE PUREST OF OLIVE OIL. (Made in Italy)
Half Gallon Tins
Quart Bottles
Half Pint Bottles.
Pint Bottles
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, MattreBses, Comforters, Pillows, Curtain Shades, Curtain Rods, Linoleum, Carpet Sweepers.   Goods and Prices are Right.
' .JPAGE six
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,    MAY 3rd, 1913.
Pen/Ingle
THAT is the name, and
below is the trademark,
you are to look for next
time  you buy underwear.
Your size in any garment
with that trademark will
Mt perfectly, will outwear
ordinary underwear, will
not shrink. Yet you pay
nothing extra for this
extra value; and you get our
Guarantee of " money back
if you can fairly claim it."
Made at Paris in Canada,
by PEN MANS  Limited.
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Equal Heat In Every Part of
The Gurney-Oxford Oven
Every woman well knows thc bad results from
constantly opening- thc oven door to move a cake
to another shelf or turn a pan of biscuits. Often
the shifting or the cold air striking' in proves
utterly disastrous to her baking.
Thc Divided Fiucon the Gurney-Oxford range
equally distributes thc heat tc all parts ofthe oven
which is rt '.elated to thc exact temperature required by means of thc Economizer.
This wonderful time-labor-and-money-saving
device controls the heat cf thc whole range.
It is worked by a small handle which moves
around a scries oi" six notches. Thc housewife
soon learns that by moving the h.-mdle to No. 1 she
has a very hot oven, to No. 3 a moderate oven,
and that No. 6 checks the fire so as to burn
scarcely any coal while she goes out shopping On
1 r return she simply moves the handle to the
■ that rives the required heat and the result
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•.estimable value also is thc Broiler Attach-
id the Special Grate.
htful feature about the Gurney-
l is its constant bright and shining appear-
a  smooth polished top that never re-
i is thoroughly sanitary.
( xperts have been working out
a problem in the kitchen and the Gurney-
Oxford range is the solution.
Revelstoke Hardware Co.. Lid.
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TIRED ?
THEN A CUP OF
"BELL  BLEND  TEA"
w:'.'. refresh jron with iti   lirik'ht.   ip
fi.'.eer and fragrancy.    S-.1-1 in   1   lb,
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Price, 35c, 40c. and 50c.;per lb.
G. W. BELL
P. O Box 208     QROCER & BAKER    Phone No. 23
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LET   US   DESIGN   YOUR    STATIONERY
.:,,. 't » boitn«i heen.r i.
re.TV   It   I'.T^
•" h»»e lh* l*«t thRt'« ioI"(t   "*'•
flrt toa tht blcbMt qsalltj ut Itu
DWtttprloS.    ) re* e'«tiiiiat*a..(
Mall-H.rald
Ciactrlc Pren
Wn <e(f«ir you fip.eri, i.rrlct.  Print
If onr bUMMM ami r,ur ImMiy   r.....
TO thfl lift'   IfllflCtlofl   'ef  |Kapnr  ean.l
ty|m at. aihl <erl((in,a|ity anil atnirt
mim nt eltnldn eei,,| rapiel iM'i.ar/.
COMET
COMPLETES
CIRCUIT
There ia ^ comet that comes withiu
sight ol the earth every 575 years.
Its tail ia millions of miles in thick-
less and many more millions of miles
in length.   It was flrst seen, so far as
.story records 1,769 years before the
birth of Christ. In a few weeks it
aded from the sky, ouly to return iu
L194 and 619 B.C. The year that Julius Ceasar died—11 B.C.—it came again, returning in .r>3l uud HUii A. 1),
The lasi time it was seen was in 1681
whon Sir Isaac Newton beheld it, and
dis. ovei i'd that >-omets are kept in
i hen- orbits by the sun, the same as
ilu- earth and the other planets.
Two hundred and twenty-seven years
have ne'A passed since the comet dis -
appeal d, Even if It has been travelling iiuii-- rapidly than the earth does
around tho sun, its enormous bulk
lias been shooting through spae-e at
the rate of ahout 1,500,000 miles a
day. Yet in IMS years from now—in
2250—this well-known visitor when it
looked-down upon the deathbed of Jul
ius Ceasar will again come withiu
sight of those human beings, yoi un-
[horn,  who will  then inhabit the earth
Talk about a railroad train going
half-way across a continent in three
e;,iys and reaching its destination on
time, what is such a performance as
compared with that of a comet that
make>' a trip of three hundred and ten
lillions of miles in 575 years, and
keeps so closely loits schedule that it
always burst from thc darkness at
the monrni when the astronomers expect it.'
In the light of modern astronomy,
(omcis are now chiefly interesting
because t'hey assist in demonstrating
the immensity oi space and the great-
i;i ss of the power that controls thc
the universe. But th-re was a time
when comet- were alternately (eared
and prai-ed. In the fifteenth cen -
inry the Christians, already sorely
pn .1 i>\ the Turks, beholding in
the sky a stran;•- visiior, prayed to be
s'.ivi'd "from tin- devil, the Turk an.l
the  conn't."
Thc pendulum of su'icrsiition had
swung to the other side in the nine-
le'i-nth century and comets were sup-
in ed "i hi"" such a beneficial in-
liu. n o ni the climate that good
crops were sure to follow. Wine
grower advert! '-1 as "comet wine-"
the hevi a thai th y press -1 from
gra , in 1811 an ! 1358, the ex-
•' ■   cf whi'h was attributed     to
Hi     - u*ed in     those
y,.,
TO   HOLD   THE   EARTH
IS NOT A VERY EASY THING,
but every'sovinjjj person can hold at
least a small part ol it if he wishes to,
We have some earth on our hands that
we would like to dispose ief, fine resi-
dential.plots thai are sure to advance in
value ill the near future,
Call at uur office ami   let  us  all you
about Kcwana Subdivision.
BEWS    DRUG  STORE
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Brownie's	
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Folding Brownie's..
 $5 to $12
Kodaks	
$10 to $65
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Summer
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BEWS The 3^^^ More
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KOOTENAY AGENCIES, Ltd.
A. E. Kincaid, Manager.
O. B. N. WILKIE
PROVINCIAL  LAND   SURVEYOR
OFFICE
LAWRENCE    HARDWARE  BLOCK
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
w.
H.
WALLACE,   M.B.C.S.A.
ARC II I T E C T
Box
205
, Telephone 313. Revelstoke
iakvky, McCARTER
AND  PINKHAM
Barristers,  Solicitors,   Etc
TrnperiHl   Hank   Building  Revtl-
itoKe, 11. O.
Money to Loan
Office?—RevelBtoko,    B.    O..     Had
Cranbrook, D. O.
'}«o. 8. McCarttr,
\.  M.  Pinkham. J.  K.  H»rv.y
RevelBtoke, Cranbrook
COPRT     MT.      BEGBIE.
OK I.  O. F.
No.  mtl.
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sgetftsiiiBane.'
Meets in I. O O B\ Hall nent to
Tapping's Opera (louse every second
nnd fourth Monday in month. Visit-
ng bretbren cordially  welcomed.
H. V. MORGAN, C.  R.
WM.   S.   CAMERON.   RftC.-Ssc
•IELKIRK     LODGE   12. 1. 0.  O. F.
Me>et.» every      Thursday evening    in
■ eifirk  Hall  at   S  o'clock.      Vinit.inc
'.rethrcn  cordinllv  invited.
C. NORTH, N. G.
JAS   MATHIE, Sec.
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■tegular meetings are held in MAS-
.iNIC TEMPLE Oddfellows' Hall
in the Thir.1 Monday in each month
at 8 p. m. Visiting brethren are
cordially welcome.
J. HI HAMILTON, W. M.
A. G. BROOKER, Secretary.
O.  W. O. W.
Mountain View Camp.  No. Ut
Meets Second    an.'.     Fourth Wednesdays    in  e;irh   month  in    Selkirk
Hall       Visiting  Woodmen are
cordially  'nvitod  to attend
JAMES   McINTYRE,  O.O.
H. W. EDWARDS. Clerk.
REVELSTOKE LOYAL ORDER
MOOSE  No.  1081
Meete     every  lirst  and  third Tues-
!ay    tn   Oddfe.iows    Hall.      Visiting
•.rethern  cord,ally  Invited  to attend
K.  Edwards, Dictator.
H.   L    Ha Ig,      err -'ary.
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ciiraliy   ii "less  ani   that     h«
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mund  Walker, betoce tbt
nmei ■  oon   litfe ;  1. i To
i on! M.,.ri |n (,i i Ids :     h •
, d.-ci-ftr.-d thai    Canada   wai
' .'   and  exporter and   »lv
■.Mi call.-d rm '., pay hei debts in Bn
rope <er United     .-Mat •«
nnd the sagle were tbe earren v ih.ey
hadt.ol.ee paid in. .Sir Ridmnnd Walk
er ha Ireen In lhe banking i'ii ine ie
Rlnre 1861 nnd Hincn Itfii* haa been Oofl
1 Ceited  with  f.h» Unnk  ot  Commerce.
FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL
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IlBOX A. ALDERGROVE.B.C.
L.E.GRIFFITHS
Irain and
Office :
Cumming,'s Transfer Co.'y
Second  Street
G. W. HALL,
Manager
Howson C& Co., Ltd.
Furniture, Carpets and Linoleum at Eastern Prices, Freight
codded.
Howson CBb Co., Ltd.
IttNC-IIAM'K   MUSIC   STORE
McKENZIE  AVE. Revelstoki
Phone 262.
li. 0.
Representative
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Jffimcri.
MI'SICAIa   INSTRUMENTS   OF   .Vlala   KINDS
EVERYTHING   IN   MUSIC
Take advantage of an exceptional opportunity. Call .it BINCHAM'3 MUSIC
STORE ami inspect the large stock ..( Mandolines. Violins, Guitars, Accord-
cons, Piccolos, Flutes, Multi-Flutes, Harmonicas, Sheet Music, Albums,
Player Piano Rol's, Silk Piano Drapes, Etc . Selling at Eastern Prices.
Edison Phonographs and Victor Cramophoncs with Cootl Stock of Hecords.
Alsu lhi) Edison Wax Records selling at 40c. to c-U-nr. (Usual i>rirr-, 65c)- Ask
for Catalogue of tlu- 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
OIGARS
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SATURDAY,    MAY 3rd, 1M3.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGE  SBVBNi
As creators of styles —as
designers of novelties—as
masters of the art of fine tailoring
—the Fit-Reform organization
stands supreme in the Dominion.
Let us show you the newest
styles in Fit-Reform Suits.     78o
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fit- » MeKinnon &
' Sutherland
The money you invest in Phonograph Records
goes farthest when you buy
Blue Amberol Records
Farthest from a musical standpoint,because Blue Amherols have
a finer tone than any other phonograph records and reproduce
in a more lifelike way.
Farthest from an investment standpoint, because Blue Amberols will never wear and reproduce less perfectly than when new, antl will never
become injured by careless handling.
The Blue Amberol is a Record for
The Edison Phonograph
Hear it at your Edison dealer's today
Thomu A. Ediion, Inc., 100 Lakeiide Ave., Orange. N. J , U. S. A.
A complete line of Edison Phonographs and Records will be found at
JOHN  BINGHAM'S
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros.
Props.
First-Class in all
respects.
All Modern
Conveniences
RATES, $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Rates ]
REVELSTOKE. B. C.
KING GEORGE
FOR CANADA
IN 1914
New  York, April 29—The   Brooklyn
Eagles London correspondent under
the date of     April 12, writes as fol -
lows:
"1 am able to     -announce definitely
that King George will visit Canada in
1914.
"Only some such unexpected event
as a European war involving England
or a family bereavement will prevent
this trip taking place.
The king and his advisors are
taking somewhat unnecessary pains in
keeping the proposed visit secret. They
are so afiaid that the Canadians will
lo disappointed that they dread the
Kind's intentions being announced at
tlii-e eli.-lant dnte. A meeting between
King George, nnd President Wilson at
Niagara Falls, is likely lo be arranged in the near future. King George
bas announced Ins willingness to open
ib-- Toi onto exhibition in, August 1914
anl preparations for this event are
already being mad? in court circles.
11 will be the tirst time any King
of  England  has  ever  visited  Canada.
I It is hoped that the Queen will     ae -
. company tbe King, but nothing is yet
definitely settled as regards this. The
Prince of Wale-' is likely to be with
lis father on this interesting trip.
In Canadian circles here a visit
from the King has long be.>n antici -
[paled. When Lord Grey was govern-
or-general, powerful representations as
to th-e desire of  the  Canadian people
' to see in person the King, were made.
I The appointment of the Duke of Con-'
naught as governor-general was in no
small degree due to the royal apprecia
tion of this sentiment. It is understood that the lltike of Connaught has
lordially endorsed that earnest solicitation of the Canadian government
and people to whieh the King hns now
accorded, so far as his plans can     be
| arranged in advance, a welcome befitting the royal visit.
Lord Strathcona, the veteran high
commissioner of Canada, said yesterday:
I "Xo people of tho Empire are more
loyal or more attached to the King
than the Canadians. His Majesty received evidence of this in 1899— when
. the- Boer war broke out. Should the
King go now or any subsequent time,
it would be impossible for him io re-
I ceive a finer welcome in any part of
the world than in Canada." i
It ha- been suggested that the war-
hip on which the King will make the
trip to Canada shauld be diverted to
San ly Hook, so that King George can
see in person what happens to the
four-leaved Shamrock.
It is not likely that the King would
po ashore at New York, but if it can
be suitably arranged he would be glad
, to see one or two of the tries for the
American cup.
During the King's absence from
England the royal prerogative will be
, \estcd in a commission similar to that
which is appointed when be went to
India to receive the homage of his
subjects in that empire. For reasons
of state it may be decided that the
Prince of Wales will stay in England
while hi= father i-' abroad.
The trip to Canada is only the fore-
;unner of Others, It is King George's
ambition to be the first King to visit
rot only Canada, hut als'o Australia,
and South Africa.
	
The British foreign secretary. Sir
Edward Grey, will accompany the
King to Berlin on tho evasion of the
wedding of Princess Victoria Louise,
the daughter of the German Emperor
Thi-- will be Sir Edward Grey's first
visit officially abroad and as the Russian Emperor is also expected to be
in Berlin the occasion may have a
political  significance.
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THE PLANS for good plti'iiliing differ
from the ordinary kind. You may not
be able to note the difference, but every
good plumber knows. OUR PLANS
include only materials tbat will tfive
lasting satisfaction and w irkmanship
that will prove durable,
No in.liter bow important or bow unimportant the job mav be, we never
'light anydetail of PLUMBING WORK.
REVELSTOKE PLUMBING MO HEATING CO.
........O.T*
a.l.ty
C.me ard It ok at our Triangle Sad
Irons -guaranteed for ever.
PKICF-6 LB. IRON, $3.90
A    G.    DUCK
Estimates given free.
LADIES WHO LUNCH
here afttr shopping find it an ideal
resting place. Tbey cau enjoy tbetn-
selves tbor Uglily uiihout feeling called
'. p ii to order an elaborate luncheon
unless thev choose.
THE TEA
AT THIS RESTAURANT
is the kind that women love. It is made
just right, just strong enough or weak
enough. Come in and enjoy a cup tbe
next lime yuu are in this neighborhood.
WINDSOR   CAFE
A. G. TlllAKlsoV .Manager.
J\Q07n&JD-
TL&JzJTgtng
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DYOfcA
lOHEDYE^ALL KINDS"""
It's lhc CLEANEST, SIMrLEST, and BEST HOME
DYE, onf can buy--\Vhy you don't even liavo lo
know what KIND of Cloth your Gooda arc mado
of.--So Mlstakra arc Imjioa.ihlc.
Send for Free Color Cnrel, Story nnoklt-l, and
llookl.-t Riving rcaulta of Dyi-lnK over other colon.
Tho JOHNSON-RICHARDSON CO., Limited,
Montreal. Canada.
Major J. E. Strong, of Juneau, has
1 een selected for appointment as gov-
irnor of Alaska to succeed Walter E.
Clarke.
THE   FAMOUS   "JUVENILE   BOSTONIANS"   IN   HONOLULU,   HAWAII.
SPRING
CARNIVAL
»
REVELSTOKE
May Sth to Sth
(Inclusive)
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Chapman
Amusement
ompany
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Shows and Merry-Go-Round    \ir
Afternoon and Evening |t?
^^M
$
H. J. McSORLLY, Proprietor.
Strictly First Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with  Bath
Union   Hotel
JUST NEWLY REPAIRED
RATES,
S1.50 PER DAY
Weekly and monthly rates to he arranged.        Meal Tickets, 21 meals for f6.00
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
A. P. LEVESQUE, Proprietor
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably   furnished   with   the  choicest the
market affords.      Best Wines, Liquors and
Clgarr     Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
J.   ALBEET     STOITE      PEOP.
An appeal will be mado to the Imperial government to use its good oldies in thc case of the three homesteaders In the Calgary "district who
had been eourt-martialled in Rtisflia on
Iheir return to Siberia for the evasion
of military duties. Russia refuses to
admit naturalization in other coun -
tries, the maxim being "once a Russian alway.1 a Russian."
After an old maid has sized up
.•■ome of tho ornery humans who pass
as men you can't blame her for believing lhat her dog ha* a chance
to get into heaven.
Shilohm
T^.,f!mily   nmtAr   for   Couiha   and Cold*
Sbiloh costs   so   little   and does   so much T
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THE MAIL-HERALD REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,    MAY 3rd, 1913.
LOCAL and GENERAL
J.D,
town.
Rose oi Niagara
Falls,
is   in
D.  H. Calder of Rogers PaA, is
th-' eity.
W.K.  Kundle of Toronto,  is in
ciiy. arriving here yesterday.
H. E. Edwards of Nelson, is paying
Revelstoke a short visit this week-end
R. E. Jackson oi Brockton, Man.,
is paying Revelatoke a short visit this
week.
P. Bone of Toronto, is here for a
few days a guest at the Hotel Revelstoke.
in
Kamloops   was   defeated    by   Moose
Jaw at baseball yesterday by a score
tho  of 7 to 0.
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i, Haggen has as her guests   this
Mr. and  .Mrs.  R. Haggen.
It. 0. Grimes of Vancouver, is business visitor here having arrived early
Friday  morning.
Special  Sale Ladies Tailored Suits, I   Are you a Moose? H not, why not?
lo order $40, balance Spring and Sum This    Five     Dollar   Initiation Fee is
mer Goods.—Cressman & Co. Ap.301t something  you don't get every  day.—
,, . , 'Remember,  it raises  to Twenty-five as
Toilet powders ln 25c. tins and     in SQm Rg tJw charter closes.
poiitt,l cans at Macdonald s drug store
Make your old straw hat as good as
Out priees in a few more sets of dish   DBW  for 25c,  Macdonald's drug  store
Crusheb to Death
Inspc-tor  Denton  returned  on
night's west train.
last
<■-  at Howson's.
hav*
colors to choose from.
Mei
•ath   of  Toi
situation at
into,   is looking
Revelstoke.
Mr, Ben Dickie,  acco npanied by his
•:. :. left tor the east this week.
The flrst Canadian  contingent  that]    Coming the big show "The Prince of
i went to the Boer war were insured for  Tonight"    at Revelstoke opera house, ' the
F.  Eastman and Geo.  Mather  both   ji,000,OOO in the Ocean Accident    and : May 22nd. Iss. M.3. to 22
of Vancouver arrived iu  lown yesiei' -   Guarantee     Corporation.   Tho Revel -
business visit.   They cau bo ' stoke Fire Brigades  are also    insured      Se0  chaB M-  Field about  that Life
At a very early hour on Saturday
morning about one hundred yards
from the Ashcroft depot a smash oc -
curred on the C.P.R. which resulted in
the death of a well known conductor
Frank Hooker. A few ears ihat were Mr. Van Horue Uas ,.eturue<1 aflt.r a
being switched broke away by some four months' holiday at his homo iu
unaccountable means aud went creash  Victoria.
ing into the others that were stand -     Mrs.   H-   Mannmg  wiu  re,,oive      QQ
ing at     the  siock  yards.   Conductor  Wednesday,  May  7th,  and not  again
Hooker was preparing to couple when  until fall,
the crash occurred and wedged between
Ml
.1. li   M Poghral ni Arrowhead
ing en ihe  city yesterday.
.1. w
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I   r ol Winnipeg, is trans
i   :.-      here  this  week  end.
day on a
found ai  the Hotel Revelstoke.
There will be no church .services in
the Buptist church tomorrow. On May
11 however, ihe Rev. Mr. Huntley, oi
South Hill, will preach and will stip-
1 ly ior  several month.-.
in this company. The special agent Policy you are contemplating putting
for ihis company is Chas. M Field — °'» in ,ho company of which Lord
Best policy in the market issued to all Strathcona and the Presidenl of the
especially to railroaders. iBank of Montreal aro directors.
Heilo. is that     No. 3, yes.   Reserve
ihe
E
,.    ■ :. -. Bassano, was among
.irs io town this week
The Chief oi Police will be on the
war path (luring the next few day- for
ill those citizens who are neglecting
to have their back yards cleaned, ash-
ts hauled away, etc. Get busy before
C. M, Fi i the newly appointed city ut' Beea y°u-
ass-essoi  ba   started woik on ihe as
j. Swan on ol Winnipeg,
uess  visitor to  Revelstoke
is a
this
busi -
week.
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It. i,. s ruton,  editor of
Heral rest rday on a
to V'ancouv r.
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the Mail -
Bhort trip
A. 0. iVilson of Calgary, was an at
i al on Tl ur; lay la-t. He is at the
i.        Bdward.
Mr, .mi Mi-- Chapman o; Goldeu,
were in town yesterday, guests at iho
frotel  Revelstoke.
if 1 In...-.'.ay .- Hoard
o: Trade me ting will appeal in nest
Wednesdaj 's issue.
\V.  li.  e.i.: I lie t  and  A.  O.  Frebeck,
:. ,,r-  business  Vis -
.tore :. m end.
E.  .1. Clay. of \ aacouvi r, come   in
lhe midd ■  ol this w. -..   He can     bo
..m King E Iward.
Mrs. ii. A. i rick, arrived ia tho
city, Km laj morning, on a visit io her
.  V    \\.   an l  Mr.   A.t;    I'n k.
Mi. l;. e. ,: Seattle aud Vancouver
n,a: ag( h    Western LIuion     Fire
Insurar     Co    ■ pi a   Thui daj   in thu
Mi. and  Mr--   E.W.  Seine-.,   ,,;'  Spot
.  : ,  .a.       .r    .  d    last
Th.. are a' tb : Hotel  Ftov
i.
In Methodist church Sunday—H a.
m. "An Ooject Talk" will »•■ given;
T:o'• p.m. subject "Elijahs Appeal to
Israel." Anthem "Savour Breathe Au
Evening Blessing." Tbe' public are cor
•liially  invited.
W, H. Horobin will leave ou N'o. 13
this afternoon for Vancouver, to look
over th" propertii - which be i- handling. During hi-' absenci Mr, 1). M.
t-.oole, manager ol Hani and Golden
ices w ill have charge,
Special  price  on     Ladies    Tailored
, suits $40. balance of Spring Goods.-
ile     Bostonians     you know who     U  LeaVe y0Ul' 0'''ler early and have y0Ul'
speaking      Sure IBUlt "1,u ° by exPert luilil's    tailors.—
Cressman & Co A.p.30
Vou make no mistake by eomingin1
to the Moose now. Thu charter is op-'
en, and the rates  are low.   You  can't
cars was instantly killed, tho
head and shoulders being soveeely
crushed. Death was instantaneous.
Several of tho cars were badly dam -
aged. Tho remains were brought to
Kamloops and prepared for burial by
J.L. Gordon and subsocjiieully shipped
to Vuncouver where interment will
lake place. The deceased leaves a wi-
elow and live children to mourn his
loss.
it.
beat it for a good, s'ound order.
Only four companies settled their
losses in full in the San Francisco
earthquake and hre, of which the London Assurance Corporation was on'.
This company paid out $7,000,COO iu
that disaster, their policies are written here by Chas.  M, Field.
GALT COAL is handled exclusively I
in  Revelstoke by  the Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
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Forty years ic use, 20 yi-ais the
standard, prescribed and recommend,
ed I.y physicians. For Woman's Ailments, Dr. Martel's Female Pills, at
your druggist.
On Wednesday evening the members
and adherent- of the Methodist church Railroaders, beware. Do not put on
are being called to a "Rally Meeting" life or accident insurance without first
in the church. Short program will be looking over the attractive and low
rendered, refreshments served nnd re- priced policies offered you by Ohas.'M.
[orts givtn .ei the     various    depart-  Field, in his sound and reliable com
ments ni ehuri h  work.
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* There will ie.- a    Meeting of S
k the Cricket Club on   Wednes- «f
. .1 ij   e\ mi.hm n \i   al   ■ d'cli   k *
a in   the  Revelstoke City   HaU. ■]
| V. full atti n.l in-o in r [uested
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panies.
Powder
,i inald's
Pulls. 1 itest
Irug -tore.
out  at     Mae -
Now that the snow is off the roof.—
He i- doing lt again—Who, the Chim
ney Sweep, ai   the Oriental hotel.
Ii only co-is you a Five Dollar Bill
for Initiation Fee to become a good
Loyal Moose'. Tliis is for a short time
only, so make hay while the sun shines
Remember ihe date of the Opera
House Ball, May 21 th next, civea by
the Management. r.t.d.
The reserve seats are on sale at C.
R, Maodonald's drug stoic l'lione No
3 and secure tIn- best -eats while they
last  ior the Juvenile Bostonians.    All
new  plays.
Vou can always get a full ns-ort-
meni ,,1' theatrical grease paint-, cold
(i am, spirit gums, nose putty, etc.,
at  Ma donald's drug .-'tore.
Get prices on Linoleum and Carpet
' luares at Howson's.
At He   recent examination in Theo-
i      al  music held al  St. Peter's Rec-
lory.   Uevelstoke,  in connection    with
the McGill University Conservatoire of
We    are  pla ing    25     Ladles    Suit  Musi ,    the following pupils of     Mis-
Lengths on  -ale for thr" weeks,  bai-  Ethel   Wrigley     successfully   passed:—
I     ■• .■ of Spring and Summer Suitings. Grade III., Mis- Edna Corson,   pass; t,i
il
W. H. Horobin, late manager of the
Revelstoke Meal Market, now controlled by the Swift Canadian Co., has
severed his connection with the firm
end hns taken over thc control of the
Revelstoke business of the J.B. Watson Realty Co., and has opened up
new oflic'-s next the Star theatre. Mr.
Horobin proposes io handle local,
Vancouver Island and prairie proper-
lies, insurance and customs brokerage
also opening ollice- in Golden and at
Banff, which will be under the manage
menl of Mr.  D.M.  Soole of Banff.
During ihe slimmer months this firm
will have several snaps lo olter the peo
pio e.i Revelstoke in Banfl properties.
As Mr. Horobin is so well and favorably known in Uevelstoke and ns ho
possesses iust ihe qualities to make a
-iieeess of this class of business,
success of the Revelstoke in mich
the' jt [j. Watson Really Co.. is
-lired.
Mrs. W.A. Sturdy and children returned today from a vis'it to Mala -
kwa, B. C.
Mrs. McCannel left on this morning'-1 train, where her home will be
iu the future.
Miss ltatte left toi Kamloops on
Thursday, io hold meetings similar tc
those held here.
Mr. Betts, of Vernon, new assistant
io Mr. Wallace, arrived in town Wednesday and is the guest of Mr. C. B.
Paget.
Mr. Jack Devine, of the CB. llumo
Co., has taken a uew position for the
summer, carpentering with Mr. W.A.
Foote.
Rev. (Sandford Marshall of Calgary,
pleached a mosl eloquent sermon last
Mm,lay evening in the Methodist
church.
Miss Payne, housekeeper at the For-
e.-t Mills, Ltd., left this morning for
Edmonton.
her home.
where sho intends io make
the
of
Gun Club Scores
Price $40 a suit —Cressman and Com-
lany. M' 10  It.
Moi 88 Lodge No. 1085, arc hold
Ignatiu    i   O'Brien, thi it   •"   a Smo ei after their regularmeet
Lornej   .a   a    oi   Ireland, haa     been ing on    Maj     Gth, in the Oddfellows
..I  Redmond   Bai   ■ members and    their friends
Grade  IV.,  Miss     Marjorie'   Lee. pa-s
with  distinction; Grade V., Lily Abi'a
a. pa-s with distinction;  Grade
'■■ . . ilia Laughton, ; B
I.e (Ud
le royal at .,
- Birthday  match ou tb'   24th
;u-;ant.
11.  J.  i.iud.-..
east on
ai   is
Edward.
i
foi   of 11 - i.i
Kamloops Cricket ,,du,,n.,i to th<  Irish bai iu L8«l, and
:      I in it     g( ii>   ...  council.   Ho
Inn I
!■■ ii h ' '•   Kil t's     in
i,     ii   i ■".     Mr. ' I Urien
' '
•
White   565.00  sewing  machine,     been
used two months,     party left   town,
y invited.   Lodge business  wan s to sell for $10.   See it at How-
1 p.m.
3t.   son's furniture -tore.
Address on Rescue Woik   Shirt Waist 1
Following are the scores o. the Revelstoke      Gun     Ciiib  at   their  weekly
hool
Name Shol at      Broke
W.  A.  Sturdy 50 -12
A. J.  McDonell  ....r.n 47
W,   A.  F. OL'   "iO 41
J.  G.  Barber  50 89
\.  McRae  50 34
Foote wins ih,. Dupont medal for
the week. This is McRae's flrst appearance ieer Beven years, li'. will Soon
i    back to bis old form of 'JO p.r cent
tie.
general
Mi
v        il    '   :.      ac Oi ipanii .    bj   he-
irom    Portage la
■ ; are vi . ing iti  '
■in    V.B.   M i
■
xo'j.h ill -  depends to
D
. short   wl wi 1
soon be 1 at .un.
i a   woman
... Daj   siurt waist
.
outh.     1
-
or    the
coast.
.   VI
■
■
■
: llOI
I
Bt
. :...- ret
I. in;
*
(
:.
1 ask i      i
a •• t
•:   .• i  ,
a '.o'   •:  i.
.    .en f-ed at Mr.  Pa -
ihat
njoyable  time,     nn
■  tr. ;■-,... ■ :    hi msol-
;       • • .   im.i' ild'- ho
-•     and did ail   .n   their   pow.r    to
m a.i   ':.    ei.,;.    i plea an    on-  'o    all
wl."    v. re  pr. nent.
I'pon the retirement of Mr.     W. H.
H   ro   B (l im  tbe management. ,,f ibe
.   Itoki   Meat     Mark..!,  wh"n    tb-
business  *ns   taken  over   l,y   I
<    • . linn  l"o..   Mr.  ILL.  Band  nt   K,'
monton, Aitn . assumed the mansgi
: act of 'li" Revelstoki branch, arrit-
here a few ilay» ago. Mr. Rani
■-• , mtO ol business experience ;iiid
v.i'l make rool in his new po-ition
fe J
SALtS am /vANh
.
.
.,
.
an
■
r to  LM
-
The last  ball oi  iho season was the
dan e  given    in
Be on Maj  1st, by the
Girl's  lio.ii ital  auxiliary.   "Last  the
>i.as tho     verdict ed  the     ollj
,!io i.Uid  the lioo.   on Thuis-
.,:,      ,u . i ili,' horns aw-
the in piring strains of the Rev
i.   A  May  Day  can-
:i he.l overhead radiating     in
.;: .11. ie      to   sieU'S,
:  pap     streamers imitiat-
laypole,   Mr. Guy Bar
kepi  ihe dancers
n    ,.   lock  till  the  " wee
,ii ihu   inoriuii. '     Supper
o'clock, ■ and
a jemonts were mo 't i om
; i       .ni.01     ho
tb       ..iniiiiiice unei  tbeir
I
I m       .'-ii a   ucce   .
lies notii e i in
Rail e'.ci       Mrs.    Harry
il I an.l   the
EVa      I'lle.llipSOU,
, , Doris    Mc -
-i.
111.',   all   lo'ik.-.l
■• itb      a
Juvenile Boslonians
"Drc.-pcit i'n  the    J*     ^*
Hiil-iieri!ii Post-Bon
A.   E
Montreal   April  29th,   l'J13.
Disney, Bailey Uldg.,
Seattle, Wash.
Laurentic sailed from Liverpool   ou
Saturday altarnoon.   145  liists;     570
econds: rSS thirds, constituting a rec-
i rd   li-t.
White   Star   Dominion  Line.
The S. S. Laurentic is the largest
itcamer to Canada, 1^,000 Ions, and
above is record list illustrating heavy
Increase in immigration. She ls duo
al Quebec on Friday and Montreal
the same evening. She sails back to
Liverpool Tuesday, .May i:i, with a
good list.
The Kpworth League hold a business
mu ting Mmi,lay evening to plan next
year's work All members are urged
to attend.
Rev. J.W. Stevenson aud Mrs. Stev-
ensuit leave for Vancouver on Monday
to attend the Synod meeting from
May Tth to iOih inclusive.
Mr. Miliou Mclntyre and Mr. Everett Mclntyro have gone on to view
the land at Cascade, ll.C., before -ot-
tling down in Revelstoke.
Mrs. Cunningham from Lady.-.i,iih
\ ancouver Island, arrived Wednesday,
lo spend two or three weeks iu our
(Uy vislling with her old Iriend Mrs
V. L. Demon.
Mr. Johu Floekhart, lately coming
uere irom England, has taken the portion in the C.B. Hume ^ Co.'s houso
furnishing department, formerly held
I y  Mr.  Jack Devine.
Riemembei the Political Eauality
meeting iu the city hall ai eight p.m.
next Moa.lay evening. This will Ik
thc closing meeting for this Beaton,
an i election of officers.
Mr. James Lawrence returned irom
eillegc Thursday noon looking ut
and line after a hard winter's study.
Jimmy leaves Monday or Tuesday to
work with a survey party ea-i of here
lor iho summer.
'lh.' W.O.T.U, held theii annual a
ing on Friday afternoon al Mrs. r.i".
landmark's with a good attendance,
bloc tion of officers waa the business of
the day, and resulted as follows:—
President, Mrs. Pagden; Vice-president
Mrs. Laing; liec-Sc, ., Mrs. Die i
('or.-Sec, Mrs. Creeche; Treas., i.Mis.
Mi-Bean. A hearty vote ol thank- wns
tendered to Mrs. Laing for so faith
fully filling ihe presidential chair dur
ing tbe la-t five years, The financial
statement of the society wns quite ss)
i-fictory. A number of new members
were added to the roll. At the close
of the meeting Mr-. Lindmark served
lea in her Usual ho-'pitable manner.
lhe
■
Vpply Mi
•   *  ■ il: !    M   !■■•
WANTBD   An apprentice for     lima*
making,    Vpp ■   to  Miss    \!<*\inieon
M i. ie Block   M Kencis  .
ike, fi   0.
I ivenilt    Boi on ..ns.
r. .ppeai
[a] tO   be.
i • ••.-  pen a   long
UN     Windy   City.        A    IH'W
ad      l^-en I      .,   '-dy  . Iderod,
e'.vo.l  »ha MOO WS '   'be two levivals   of
ler than red »n'l   irtae-l th.i favorites, "olivette"  and
Pays to Advertise
A   man   Who  never  advertises  said to
. .■. r.i ei tbe oilier day. "The people
nf this town know my  -tore well en-
.. b and they know me. If they
warn io buy anything I have. they
Kill    ome around and sec me."
tl may be admitted ihat the people
.Uio have lived here right along know
ol tbe existence oi 'his   tore, but what
.lo  they   know about   it?
Tbe people all know about thi? cemetery, but they don't no there much,
OXCepI  whon some friend is buried.
I'eopl"     don't care to bother much
BIRTH
IODFREY ah; ..l .... B, C .
May 26th, 191 I, lo Mr. and Mr
It. Godfrey, M  ion.
on
In lotting mvmttry of Frances
Wtnnifrtd hlr.ck, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Ceorge
Black, who died May .Ird,
1912.
COMING EVENTS
May li and 0— Juvenile Bostonians, at
the Empress theatre.
lb    bli; hits e.f     th'.
■ il   lour'i repertoire, will be need   ""*a<l-.y< about stores unless thoy be- May 22-'*Prlnce ol Tonight" Empress
fra,
> —n pa'h
een
I      .      'le v   nr.,   u    un>d   HUC'«S ■
A  I'nre   llrftd   Collie   Hog    Cap.
W ek    Old.      Finder pkaw n>
tarn tn w.ir   Horobin, Second at.,
■ a   Phono 2M.
If.  K    Rodeo,  manager f ,r      !',•
r»n ioeMeBt
00,  tpeni   K
in   lhn  eily.
M«h
nrtd
iday
The nnri / Iriende of IC. C. Kromny,
will Irfi inrry to learn-that ho is laid
up   <.    le  ,i,  sffsOtiOD ol In '  knee.
theatre.
Mai  22—"Prince of Tonight"  at the
Opera House.
the
tbe
lieve the owners I hereof are enterprising  NH-n.
They  want to d'*al  with merchants
drbo seem  wide awake enough to get May  20—Opera House Ball,  by
rood   bargains and   who  have enough'    Management.
|.ini  oi hustle to roarh out for       a  June  4th—"The    Red  Rose"    at
large trade and thus reduce the costal    Opera Tfousei
The Quarterly official     board o» the'"' wn'. •I"k hire' *»«■     ««« other!    JUB,! -?-"Uncle Tom's Oabin"
„.n.     people to pan  Ketbotfl I  8hnred ertll meet on Tud  |"OTeAe^ ehwges."   The man     who Coming- Flora Dora, at the Hmpresa
toa carloads, in flr-t.-claHR emylition   through     Itev»lai„ke    this wook.  trai   day nveH.Bg,  lo tint h the buiinnss of  never  sollcitl public  patronage     tm - (
\i,v    reasonable   oiiei aceepted    ■ Benatot Hewetl Boetook, who wa- <,n the Ve.r „n<t prepare reports lor oon- ("*«■""•" P','ip|e «■ t0° passive tolook
rbas. Wright. Oaooe, B.O hi    **,  lo 0 ,""" the,r ^^^ attentively. |
»
ALE—Cnrttl   White   ftrtnltfn,  ?,       KmOUU
theatre.
Coming—"Royal
Empress theatre
Players," at   the-

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