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REVELSTOKE. B. C, MARCH  28, J914
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lstoke Power
and Light Plant
Mrs. Lashley Hall's Lecture
The school room ol the Methodist
church was comfortably tilled on Wed
nesdny evening last to bear Mrs.
Hall lecture on  "Odd People."   Pos-
tho Sultan of Turkey and others..
"There are more odd people in real
life,'    continued     tlie speaker,  "than
are mot with in history or fiction."
Then   followed   several  clever  dialog-
I sensed of a pleasing voice tbat "most  ue desrlptive ol absurd clubs of wo-
ThB PrODOSed Extensions.— Interview With  Mr.  excellent thing  In     woman"  aad  bo   men and men extremists with spec! -
rare in public speakers, Mrs. Hall is mens Of their conversations, ending
also master ol nn easy style of deliv- with Josiali Allen's famous argu -
lory and excellent language which un- ment on Men's KightB and Women's
Ite la producing an effect well pleas Privileges, Finally there were the
if it as at ing to her audience. Commencing characters we meet everywhere, the
with oddities of races and tribes, dogmatist the egotist, the philoso -
Mrs. Hall described in turn such pher, the Ignoramus, the social clim-
primitive aborigines as the Pygimea ler, thc new thought crunk, thc ng-
of Central Africa, thc ratives ot the nostic, the positivist, the anti-sullrn-
Orinoco valley, thc dwnrps of Terra gist, the officious, tho touchy, the
Ol the plant, ln view if the near ap turbine designed to eliminate he del Fuego, the giants of Patagonia , l.mgy, the gossip, all of whose ->ddi-|cit-y clerk.
proach of the date upon which the troubles we have encsuntcred on the tha East Indian Islanders, the Dig- ties were briefly but cleverly lllustrat
ratepayers are to vote upon the by- present one, This would be directly gcr Indians of North America, the ed. Study human nature and we find
law for raising $IO,0On (or this pur- coupled to u 7,*)0 kilowatt generator, Lake-Dwellers of the Maracuibo, and a subject embracing' all thc humor,
iiosc. the details given by Mr.  North   which is rather more than two thirds   lastly     those   heathen    tribes which     the pathos, the ridiculous or the sub
larger than our present largest WhUh   rank highest among  savages the  na-   lime Of     which life is capable,  more
Chas.   North.—What  is  to   Be   Done and
What it Will Mean to the City.
Interviewed  yesterday,  Mr.      Chua ing about 00 percent
North,     superintendent of the     city present.
power and  light plant, kindly  gave a      What docs thiB proposed unit   cor
•■Mail Herald"     representative some slat of?
interesting  information  regarding the      Tbe one I  would  propose  Installing
propoaed   improvement and extension would     consist of a 1400 horse power
City Council Holds
Regular Meeting
Court House Approaches Improvement.—The Question of
Grades. Mrs. Stacey Waits Upon the Council. Water
Charges. -Aid. Needham's Criticisms.
Mayor McKinnon
meeting of the city
Friday   night,   when
present, Aldermen v
ham,  W.  Smythe,   11..1.
J.  Pradolini,  with Mr.
McSorley and
W.A. Gordon
will be welcomed by all interested in
the promotion of the best interests
of the city.
Having introduced the subject of
bis call, the newspaperman put the
following questions to  Mr.  North:
ln case the bylaw gets defeated,
what difference will it make.'
As regtirds operating conditions. —
According  to  present  indications   we
I estimate when running to capacity
would take the full How of the river
at the lowest stages of the wuter.
What is the lowest stage of oho
water ?
Messrs.     Smith,  Kerry  and  Chaa?,
presided at      a     Other members "f the council   dis-
COUncll held    ou   cussed  phases of  the difficulty Messrs
there were   also Wallace and     smith explaining the
Bourne, S. Need   technicalities with  the aid of plans.
Aid.   Smythe said      some  workable
grade  should  be  given  in  tbe  inter
ests of tbe improvement of the court
A  GRADING DIFFICULT"? I house grounds and approaches.
Mr.  Wallace attended ill connection      Alderman Pradolini     said   a point
with proposals for grading streets in   with  him was that  the  court house
the  Vicinity  of  the  Court  House    In   was a   valuable  acquisition  to       the
preparation  for  the  proposed  laying    city  and  that fact  should be consid-
tives of the Friendly Islands in    tbe   interesting  than      book:;  or  history.   out of the court bouse grounds. I 0red as against problematical proper
Pacific,   in each  race mentioned    the   Man will he found at the epcx of na- j    Aid. Bourne reported that the Tub-   ty   improvements      in
.   that
lecturer     made clear in what reapect ture, transcending the whole ns   God   Uc WorkH committee bad  met on the   which might never materialise
their peculiarities distinguished them transcends man.
from other savages, us preference   in      At the conclusion of     the address,
paint-colors,   mud   heads,   shells      or the chairman, Mr. C.B. Hume, thank
the consulting engineers for the dam,   'llrs for dress or in their various food ed Mrs.  Mall heartily, expressing the
etc., reported that the lowest stage    tastes as      dirt balls,    crickets,   fish, hope that before  long she would ag-
of the water was 'JM cubic feet       of   roots  or  relations.    All  these      were Bin  favor her  audience  witb another
vicinity,
■hall  be carrying an overload on our   How per second, but I um basing my   humorously described  by the speaker   such  lecture.   Mrs. Dent sang "Queen
largest turbine and generator next
winter, which if everything is in per
tect condition, it will stand. But wo
have had considerable trouble with
tbe gate gear and thrust bearing ev
er aince this has heen installed and
these  troubles  don't   improve     with
Calculations on a minumum How      if in the first half of the address. After of the Marth,"  very acceptably, Miss
from loO to 20*1 cubic feet per second a musical selection by the orchestra, Parker playing     the accompaniment.
The above unit would take about JUC Mrs-    Hall      continued    her    lecture, The Ladies of the Aid in whose inter
cubic feet     per second when  running mentioning  odd  characters  from  his- eat thc lecture was given took
ground ami inspected the vicinity
with a view to meeting the requirements in connection with the Court
House grouuds Improvement scheme
The members of the committee met
Mr. Gordon and Mr. Wallace and Mi
Smith, and the latter was now present to lay the results of his inspection before thc council.
Mr. Smith explained the tlilliculties
Aid. McSorley said there might be
u lot iu Aild. Needham's contention,
but the present point was the facili-
tatlng of the improvement of ap -
proaches to the court bouse.
The Mayor said the problem Was B
difficult one in view of the awkward
grades existing In  that  vicinity. The
government   officials   v. ere   in a   hurry
t..  obtain  some  definit--  data   in  ord-
at full load, but our peak load
ing the winter iB only of about
hours  duration  at the  outside,
lur-
'ive
and
age; We Bnd they are worse When car even if the water is only ahout 1 jC
rylng a heavy load and it was neces cubic feet per second of flow, we bavo
aury to Bhut this down for repairs a shortage of about tin acres i.i
during last year at vi.iiotn times for extent when operating at our maxlm-
about a mouth. I may also mention um head, which in addition to ..bu
that   we  hud  tbe generator  burn out   above  How    is  sufficient to  maintain
tory us Dr.  Johnson,  Count Tolstoi,   a collection.
^up   to  be contended with.   He suggested   er that  the improvements near     the
during last November, but this is
liable to happen to any machine at
any time.
Does it mean, that il this machine
U out of order we get no light or
power'
this unit at full loud for two houv;
with a drop of one foot.
If this unit is installed, is there
any possibility, say of getting the
same trouble as we had last month?
The trouble last month was caused
Rogers' Pass Tunnel        !
To Be Electrified
court house might be proceeded with.
Mr.   Wallace  said   the   main      thing
sought by the government v. is       a
irt'.nl grade approach to the court
house from the corner of Third street
and Kootenay street, and from Second street.
Aid.  Pradolini said the only way to
would
-A New Depart-
Not necessarily during the summer by the racks at tbe bead gates beipc
months,   but  during the  winter it is broken  in,  which permitted a piece of
certain  that   we would be unable   to timber to come down the flume   and
supply   both  light  and  power  during choke  up thc  smull  blow oil on    the
thc  peak  load und  the street  lightii unit,   which  we  are   practically      de
would have to be kept off, because all pendent upon;  consequently  we   were
we  hue to    depend     on  is the old unable   to     sluice out    the sediment
plant, which, as it is v.ell known,  Is which completely stopped  this     tu ■
far too smull for the loads it has to bine, and we were compelled to     fall
carry, and is dangerous to run under   back on tbe old turbine, which after   eime\e instead of through Rogers Pass
a  heavy      load    (apart from  the  ice running for about a day,  reduced the
troubles)  the shafting and    bearings bead to such an extent that it brou
when  new  were only designed to car- ght the ice down, and     necessitated
rj   about M  percent  of our   present cleaning out  every day.   In the  pro
maximum load.    It  is t uly about live posed unit I would suggest that     a
years ago when the abaft on this ma- blow-off,  the  full size uf  flume,       he
chine  broke,    carrying only  half    of installed and a four     fcot valve     be
our  present  load,  but it fortunately installed on the unit at present     in
broke inside of a healing and did not UM(*.  aIld      anything that-got in the
hurt  anyone flumes could  quickly  he gotten     out
us the most economical, solution   the
fixing  of a  temporary  grade to  meet
the     present, requirements, otherwise
thc  government   would be  put  to    a
big expense, probably $20,000 iu build
ing  a wall     and excavating  whereas
thc streets would  probably not     be
graded down in accordance with   the
original plans for twenty years       to  cope with the whole situation
come.   He     thought the corner  near   be to construct  a  subway.
Gub Lund's house    should be raised,      Md.   Needham   moved   that   trades,
and  the  grade     reduced in front  of  as got out by Mr.  Smith be given to
Mr.    Sibbald's    aad  Mr.  Morrison's   the government, providing I
ure.—Twenty Miles of Mountain Section to property. foot cut in front of   Mr s.  aids
Mr.  Wallace said the most feasible property and  the   trading ol the hill
plun to meet the wishes of the gov - from the centre of     thc court house
ernment appeared to be to raise   the block down B<econd and Ti: rd
corner of Third street and Kootenay at the rate "f Beven fe I             0 ft.
street. Aid.   Smvthe-  moved   thai   I
Aid.  Needham thought  the council ter be left to the Public W rks com-
shotild give the government the per- mittee, they to meet Messrs. v.
manent  grades  planned for  the city, and  Smith on  the ground the     next
so that any  future expense would  be day.
upon  the government  and not       the      Aid.   N l.i:..   said   tie  c bad
city.   If tbey gave a temporary grade had enough  trouble      with  glades in
any expense connected with crudes in the past and      ^be.ultl  adheri   to the
future would be up to the city. town,grades now.
Aid.  Bourne said     adhering to the Aid. Pradolini  '                          0 meet
original city grades would mean such the wishes of the government in tbe
an expense to the government in con- matter as fai                             ew   of
nectlon with the court house grounds the presence of the court house.
Improvement  that it would probably This report     will  be co:.- sued  In
not be proceeded with.
C. P. R.'s Progressive Policy
ure.-Twenty N
Be Electrified.
According  to  a  report  from  Mon -   length—has nearly eight  miles of  line
treul tho  Canadian   Pacific    Railway  electrified.
plans to electrify a 20 mile section ol In most of the European countries
its main line in connection with the where thc railroads are cither owned
Rogers Pass tunnel project. When or controlled by the governments, eu-
the ambitious scheme lor routing gincers bave been experimenting for
trains under the     Selkirk mountains   years  with the various systems   and
methods 0* electrification with a view-
to submitting  the  electric locomotiv-
was first     announced,  it was stated
thut the five-mile double track tun - es for the steam engines. The electri-
nel would be electrified, and since fications which have been effected in
then it has beeu decided to extend Europe as well as in America, have
the policy and to use electric power been designed "hielly to cope with
on the sections each side of the pa's tunnels and heavy mountain grades,
sage under the base if Mount Mac- Motor cars are used extensively in
donald. Germany as well as trolley systems,
The electrification of a portion of Experiments are now being conduct-
its main line will be in accord    with ed with a view to adopting the   new
FORMER
OPERATOR
Operatic Canto
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Reported Shot
a man named .1. Patterson,
The performance of     th s   o\
tata     "The Haymakers"     is nn-
aounced for the Empress t
March 31st  and   should   prov        well
.ve.ith   patronising.   Tb ona -
I suppose  thc  running expenses  in- again without any   possibility of them the  progressive      policy  of  improve- method   on   the   mountain   line    from
crease when you huve tl .esc troubles? blocking  up.   It  ia  absolutely  neces- "nent which is being adopted all over Lauban to  Koenigszelt, a distance of
The     increase is considerable when Bury to partly  dismantle the turbine tllp O.P.R. system.   Last year opera- 81  miles.   Considerable electrification
trying     to     maintain a twenty-four we are at  present using,  during the tions ,,vere started on  the electrifica- work  has been  done In AUBtro-Hun -
hour service in tbe winter in this old ensuing summer months, us the lower tiun      of     the        Rossland Oastlegar gary, and in Switzerland through the
plant.    Take,   for  Instance,   thc    am- end of  the flume iB at  present parti- branch  in thc Boundary district     ol Alps.    A   18-mile section from  Spietx-
ountB for extra  running expenses    ut ally blocked up nnd we are unable to British Columbia. Prutigen Railway through the l.atch-
the     power      plant from thc annual use this Dlow-ofl valve to clean    out While  the      growth  of  tbe  electric burg  tunnel  is rapidly  nearing    com-
etatements.       Last    year    they  were the sediment, etc. system in the transportation field has plction, and plans have already been
$1,770.91  nnd the year previous, they I    suppose   you     really  tnink that heen "   Padual   development, aad  the prepared  for electrifying  thc St. Goth   last fall Was employed ad an  opera!     tioi            to
were about $1,700, but the year prcv- this unit is the bese possible solution method     mainly  applied  for  tunnels and tunnel, nine and a third miles in   o\ at Glacier,  Albert Canyon and sev   local vocalists and     the preparation
ions to the installation ,,f the     last of getting a fairly reliable source of nnd terminals, many of the big Amer- length,  and the  longest  in  the world,   eral other places in thin district, ha     foi   the                                       •       thor
unit they were 81,383.33,   Then   take power at the present time? iran railroada are now operating long      In Russia the government is electri  it is reported, bwn killed aa the   re-   ouch and pairat  •
the extra expense for about eighteen As the amounted invested on   this sections of line by electiic power. The fying  HI   miles of  double-track  rail -   suit of a shooting affray following ac    ind   rehearsals   I                        ed   lev
days of last  month  when we had to P'nat at the present time is     about N,'w   v"rk.  N'ew  Haven    & Hartford road from St. Petersburg to Stverst-
full buck on this old plant which am- 1200,000,    und     we   ure supposed to Railroad  has 552  miles of  electrically a Jan, and in Norway and Sweden sun
OUnted  to about $700.   It can  easily have    a  water  power of about  2,000 operate!  road.   The  Huston &   Maine liar action is  being taken.      Electric
be  seen  how   the  interruptions  mere- horse-power uud only have machinery Railroad,  which  hus the longest   tun locomotives will  be on a  -1-mile Bec-
nel at present on the American cont iii tion of mountain railway now    being
ent—four   anil   three-quartei    miles   iu built hy the  Swedish  government,
Cash Prizes
Clothing Sale
ases the extra  running expenses;  not f,,r about   10 per cent  of this install
only this, but there is n conaiderublo <*d, ' certuinly think it would be     as
loss of revenue, and we can bc assur we'l to finish with this plant       and
etl that if we are going to have these finish what  we huve partly paid  for.
interruptions  very  frequently during referring to the matter of auxiliur-
tbe     winter,    we ure     going to 'oso ies   BUC'1      as steam,  etc.   An up-to-
somc of our largest customers,    and t'ate steam plunt complete of sufflcl-
thia Iosb of revenue    will have to bo ent capacity to carry our  maximum
met out of the general taxes. load would cost in the neighborhood
Do  you  think  these extra  running °' $l|l",b||M,  but  any  future develop •
expenses will be decreased if this un;t ment would have to be along     these  which     is     rapidly     and deservedly   are still bargains in all departments,
is put in? lines,   because  as I  have said  before,  becoming    very    popular.      The "Ar-      The opening duy of this sale     wus
Under ordinary conditions,  not on tlliB "n't  would take the full capaci-  cade" oilers strong attractions of    a  something  of a  record  breaker,    and
ly will  this decrease the extra rurin- ty of the river.   I do not wish     the  varied  character  to  patrons,   includ-   no   wonder,   for  prices huve  literally
Ing  expenses,   but  will  give ub    con- council or citizens to undeitake   this  ing some amusement lines quite new  heen  slaughtered  in  the  anticipation
aidernhle more capacity, as we     will development      upon my  recommenda-  to  the  city.   In  connection  with  his   of  clearing      out  the     entire  stock.
be in a position to supply current up tions nlone and although I nm thor-   shooting gallery Mr. Wallace ie ofler    There was a rush of buyer! netermiti-
uttomptcd bank  hold upin which b< eral months with  results which   are
was concerned. iuti  tt   be pleaaing.
Patterson     "as shot  at  M ikogee, The full list .■: I         tak ig   part
iikla.. but the accounts of the affair appear- elsewhere In this li  ie,   and
vary.     According    to tne Patte •  will be seen          I        idditlon to
was sh.et  aftei  obtaining B.200 fr.em capable principals tha cantata is to
the cashier of the bank held up     aa have tbi            inca ot a well bulanc-
he   was      leaving   the   hank.    A
Btorj  is that  Patterson     « ts fatallj
Wounded   shortly   after lhe   hank   bold
up bj a sheriffs     party   who trailed
him,   Whatever the exact clrcumstan
rus. Mr. P.M. Bawyer is the
conductor, Mrs, L. Howson, the
pianist, Mr B.W. Hillier the orchestra leader, and Mr. B. Sturdy the
itage manager.   The prices ol ndmis-
Mr. C.M.  Wallace, of the "Arcade"      The gigantic sale at the Kevelstoke
announces a novel cash prize scheme   Clothing Co.'s store ia deservedly at-   CM ,l"'"' appears t" be little    doubt    lion  have b<een  fixed  at  a reasonable
in connection     with     bis emporium,   tructing hosts of buyers,  but     there   tlla<  '"' WaLt killed, as the police    at   figure and  everything nueurs well for
a memorable  production   which only
Qlacler huve heen applied to for particulars "I bis residence tin re In connection with the Muskogee affair.
Patterson is stated by those    who
knew  him  here  !■*' have  heen apptir
ently a     most  Inoffensive man when
ntteit a bumper house to enmre complete  success.
We regret to state that Mr. p.m.
AJlum is unable,     through mdisposi-
to take his  part.    As far ub is
to the full  capacity of the rlvec    bt
thc  maximum head instead of wast -
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.. MANNINGS MAKK
ougbly acquainted with conditions at ng a cash prize, substantial in am- etl to be early on the opening day,
the plant, 1 would like them to look ount, for which every sportsman who which kept the special sales stud
thoroughly   into  this  matter,       aad   fires ten  shots  is eligible to partici-   husy.   In another column     will      be
soher,    but liable to strange Sections   possible at such short notice, Mr. P.
when under the  influence of drink. On   Paulding  will act  as  substitute.
one   occasion,   it   Is  stated,   he  cans. |
consternation at Olaclor by pulling a
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Our   blaster   Line  of   Novel
ties    this    year     will be the
best    thnt    has     t ver    been
shown in the Citv.
Wntcli   our     Windows    for
Blaster Display,
indicating a few of the bargain lines,
nnd it will well repay attention
whilst a visit to the store during the
continuance of the sule is sure to
result in satisfaction.   This is an op-
Tbis incident lend to lis leaving thi
listrict,   but   quite  recently   he   wrote
isklng what the prospects were here
■f a |".sit ion  .it  his old job.
consider if it is advisable to get an pate weekly, the drawing being fixed found the firms new announcement revolver und shooting promiscuously
independent expert opinion. My ob- for each Saturday night. Call in and
jeet in bringing this matter up was try your skill ut the shooting gallery
to convince the council thnt some- and have a chance in the cash prize.
thing must be done at once or it is Mr. Wallace carries the best lines of
going to  cost  considerable  more      in   cigars and cigarettes.  Snd sells     re-
the end,  which  will  have  to  he paid   liable pipes and    all the well known   portunity  which should not be miss-
out  of  the general taxation. brands of tobacco. ed as these are genuine reduced nric-
es  for  reliable goods  offered  by       a
well   known  local  firm.
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■■I                                                               |jj Hear  the humorous quintette. Cab- Mr.    Gordon   Outterldge,   of      Mel-
Si)                   MANNINO'S.                    ,B bags,   Pork  and  Fresh  String Beans, bourne,     Australia,  was    a   guest  of
H                                                           | 'Tis meant for     Dinner,   but sounds Mrs. W. Morris, for a couple ol days
•B ■ (1 ■ ■ 9 II il If il | tl | H 1 like a Dream. -Haymakers. tbis  week.
Dance   of  the   Dairy   Maids,   at
Haymakers concert.
the
A brother o( olof Jensen, one ol
Malakwa's alcohol tragedy victims ar
rived from Nebraska, nnd will settle
up his brother's affairs. He was un
aware of the tragedy until he arrived here, having set off to join Olof
some   time   ago.
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THE   MAIL-HERALD.    REVELSTOKE
HATNKIUY, MARCH 28, 10M.
REID <& YOUNG
Wash Dresses
American Wash Dresses, exceptional
values at                                $2.00
Ladies' Spring Coats
BoUght from three of the best Canadian
,     manufacturers—no   two   alike—all   goods
i     coming to hand in  th1? last few days by
American Waists
Beauties at                                 85c
Just another instance  where our
purchasing direct has placed us in
a position to secure better than
ordinary  values.     Every  woman
can find use for one or two of
these garments.
j     express.
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Millinery
Our stock is kept I'rfBh and up-to-date
by fresh arrival    m express from the
east
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1H.E.HULETT
WOOD DEALER
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Revelstoke, B.C.
First-class wood, dry or (ireen
full   measure,   prompl  delivery.
TKItMS   I'n.H unless other-
« ihe ..i !.■:  ,. ll.     I Hi' tiiii.l for
.-.I-' .
BOURNE BROS.'STORE
!E_IllH_«i«Sl>'.i«l«*!" * aa.al'ilBW
TOHN LEE
ler ill   SU ■ nd   R \NO
THINGS.    Prettii   I De
I i ."■ CUSHIONS
DRKSSM iK ING.    I  t <■
Bnttui    *
- . mal I to suil sp<    il ord
JOHN LEE
FRONT STREET.    LOWER TOWN
.-
SYNOPSIS   OF COAL MINING
REGULATIONS.
Coal mining rlghta of tbe Dominion
;n Manitoba, Saskatcbewan and Alberta, the Yukon Terr.te.rv, thi
S rtb -• Te-: Ltoriea and a a portion of tl.» Prov nca ol Bril
im  la,  may  bs leased  ior a I
iTS at an  annual  rent
I:  an acre.
i \      , - ■ will    - leased
\. .cant.
Api ileal       tor li ti        - •
by   tbt    i .  t   in   ptra.en    to    the
agent or Bub-Agent of the I « -■■
in which tha rights applied lor are
• .' .*t«d.
The !e«.»* »*1 I la '• -de the coal min
ng rights • aly, bat the lene** may
be permitted to purchase *. «•-
available aurtaee righti may I* eon-
aidered r.ecetia-j loi the working ti
the mine at tha rata o! 110 M an
acre.
In iurve»yed terrlti ry the land mut
be described by lectioni i ie«*»i
l | , | MCI ■ ami In un-
lurveyad territory the tract applied
for shall be ■* '■■ ■! -mt &T th« »P '
I '   himiel'.
applicant rn'iet be accompan
led i » fee ol »^ which * • -»
funded ll tht rights applied lot are
not available, but not otherwlee, a
royalty shall be paiel on th* mer
chantable output of tbe mine at th«
rate ol live cents per ton.
Tbe perseen oper.-it'nit the mine shall
ib tbe Agent with eworn returai
accounting for the full quantity ol
merchantable coal mined and pay t.he
royalty thereon. If the coal mining
rlghte are not being operated, such
returns should be furniibed at least
once a year.
For full information application
ehould be made to tbe Secretary of
the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to the Agent or Hub-Agent
vt Dominion Lands.
W. W.  CORY.
There is just one question to ask
after you've heard an
Edison Phonograph
"How soon can I get one?"
The wonderful new hornless instruments, have talked and suns and
played them-. Iva into amazing popularity. The silent, smooth-
running motor, the "diamond reproducing point that docs away with
bothersome changing of needles, the beauty of design and the sweetie Blue Ambeiol Records require no argument.
Listen and >rr lor youiwll. Anv up-
to-datei phonograph dealei will l.e glid
lo pvr  v mi   a   tree   coo<ceri on  lhe
Ir-isI u|ion hearing lhe
Ediion. You can gel one without delay.
Ednon Phooojtapki acd Record* aie told by
I SOU-
SEE THE
REVELSTOKE
NURSERIES
CARNATK. •
AND   ROSI
DESIGNS
fhe Revelstoke Nurseries
PHONl
W. H.-pOTTRtFf
W. PARRY
Auctioneer
Mi Kei zie A •
SIR RICHARD
AT OTTAWA
Premier M<eBride iirrived in the capital where be will spond the next
f»w days interviewing Mr. Borden,
and other members Of the government on various matters directing
Uritish Columbia including the better
terms commission, Indian claims cum
mission und the c.N.it. bond guarantee.
In regard to the latter question,
Sir Richard, while declining to commit himself, said that the Canadian
Northern transcontinental line was
being built mi a very high standard,
and the federal government should
take nil necessary action to secure
tbe completion of both tbe new trans
continental lines,
It Is well understood that Mr. McBride will strongly back up the application of Mi'ssrs. Mackenzie and
Milan for u bund guarantee of forty-
three millions.
Sir Richard McBride arrived nt
Ottawa to consult the government on
a number uf outstanding Questions
between the Dominion und provincial
authorities, He hud a long .interview
with Premier Borden at noon.
One of the most Important questions which Sir Richard ia taking up
with the cabinet is the problem ol
Oriental immigration. The order in
council passed by the federal government last December, which prohibits
t.lif entry by way of British Columbia ol artisans anil laborers, expires
on March SI, It is understood thai
Sir Richard wants the order-in-coun-
til renewed and the whole question
Will be discussed, likewise the question of formulating a permanent polity to setve the problem of Asiatic
In : ."-'ration.
Another matter wimn s.r Ricnard
le taking up with tho premier is tho
better terms commission. Two members of the commission have been
named, but they have never been able
to agree to a chairman. His appoint
ment has been referred to Right Hon
Lewis Hnrcourt, colonial secretary,
but Mr. Hnrcourt lias been waiting
further information before making a
lection. British Columbia is anxious to have ihe commission got
down to work, and Sir Richard is
urging   that   all  the  information      bc
laid before the colonial secretary, so
that  he can     appoint the chairman
.', II t.ont   delay.
There Isa second British Columbia
commission one appointed to invest!
gate B.C. lands, which is also wlth-
cl   trman.   Judge Wetmore re-
••■ei last fall and his successor has
not  vet  been appointed. Sir Richard
is taking  tins  up  w.th  the    govern
ment.
Recently   there   was  organised       in
• : . . volunteer corps known as
the Royal Naval Volunteers. It has
'cached considerable proportions und
Sir Richard is asking that the   Do-
linion   give  official   sanction   to   the
nent,    Sir  RirluirJ is  deeply  in-
••   eated  in this movement and would
ike  to  see  volunteer naval corps re-
ived  in various parts of Canada,
AUCTION SALf-APRIl 4th
dl 2 o'clock in thniiftrrnnon
01 RANCHING 01 INT
lii'l 1'ling k""
One Team of Horses,  2   Sets
Harness, l Wagon, Stovi i
Barrow. Cross Cut  Saws.   Hoes
Rakes. Pitch Forks, Garden Tools
of every description.
ITS PLEASANT
TO BE SERVED
THE FINE MEAL YOU WILL ENJOY
■
'
WINDSOR    CAFE
\ <•  Thiaki*
IV-MMINC MLS I   lit
SOLD WITHOUT RESERVE
TERMS    SPOT CASH
Under Instruc-
t  \Ot\t    tef .
J. TOWARD
\. G. BURRIWrf <* SON
Plumbers and Tinsmiths
Repairs,    Hot Air and Furnace
work a Specialty
A REAL NERVE AND
-__¥__!« KiEDiCiliE
el evi   Rexall Olive Oil Kmul
best n in.e.iy made for ton
vi i>,     enriching the blood,
'■ei  tissues, renewing
.111,1 energy   the best
, ' in use if you art; run-
and tlriiili-
•■ ; tti     what  tlif cause,  it
* It pend od effi cl up
ibit loi mlng drugs,
aoni     It may not
ttet   hi a few hours,
it   • . I..1 better, we
,   the tonli
tains bave
■■ '    .   '',   lee     ilood    and,
 Si       of
e   ... t ni and    t be
li ng  been    en
. ilclans,  Mit
•    iii.:.      are
I     one  preparation  which
:     .. od  .   builder      ol
tb       '       '■' Ili'Vr,     lias
•  fee     .'il, begin taking
•  ini  Emulsion todaj Bnd
health  and      ti i ngthen
nous Ul.
cents, old people,
id all others who arc;
oi ling,  « ■ oflei
■ i ill  Kmul n witi i ;
promlai   I hat   II  it  di
■ •■ I and Btrong again, It i
•   ton nothing.   If   we didn't
I he     nl ni"-1    laith   in  it,  .■.'■
■ mldn'l  offer II  with this guarantee
• i   rei Oman 'mi ii  lie you.     We |
BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
DEALERS IN
Hardware
Groceries
Hay, Grain, Feed
AGENTS FOR
Sherwin-Williams Paints
McClary's Stoves, Furnaces
Canadian Oil Co., Oils, Gasoline, Etc.
Williams' New Scale Pianos.
SPECIAL   ATTENTION
TO OUR MAIL ORDERS
BOURNE BROS, LIMITED
GROCERS AND HARDWARE DEALERS
First St, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
Dominion Security Co, Limited
OF  REVELSTOKE, B. C.
lx'i; to   announce that they bave opened up offices at the
corner of 1'irst Street and <ConnaUght Avenue for the pur
pose of handling real estate, limber, etc. It will )>ay you to
call ami k1"' particulars, antl net in on ground floor prices.
We also make a specially of listed epro|>erty.
A. McRae,
T. Kilpatrick,
President. Sec-Treasurer
r. O. Drawer No. 4.   Telephone No, S21.
:*wraii«Piiim_i_i»T»M"r»w^
P. BURNS & CO., LIMITED .
I
^/Htvays the   Best
"ShamrocK' "Butter
P. BURNS & CO., Limited I
BMB___HBl
-I-WI-Ii
ABOUT   YOUR   SPRING   SUIT
From Maker to Wearer
SAVES YOU MONEY
Our six years' experience measuring, coupled with our
large number of satisfied customers, is surely a testimony worthy of your favorable consideration. We
£u i ran tee a fit. The lariat assortment of samples in
the city to select from.    Inspection invited.
John Mclntyre ti% Son
First Street. Telephone No. 93
Agents for Consum;rs' Tailoring Company, Toronto.
r
Phone 254 •*
Doors, Windows, Mouldings.
Lime, Cement, Plaster, Fire Clay.
Lumber, Lath and Shingles.
The Globe Lumber Co., Ltd.
WORK    SHOP
norm aught  Avo.    -    Rovelatok*
■ tl ei once ymi lmv«- uKcil it
vou «ill recommend it to yonr
■ lemla, and ihank un leer having re
■,.Itil ii In ymi. Sultl only nt
the more thnn 7,nan Kexall Stores,
U d hi 'Ins town only li> us. the
,,       unit; Store.   Jl.00,
$35.00
$37.00
$40.00
$42.00
Either price gets   a   solid suit —
a suit that you will feel at home
in   that   you'll  feel dressed in —
that willbs strong and thoroughly
made. :: :: ::
II will be t ut to lit vou perfectly; it will he fashionable anil it
will be bip value for whatever money you pay for it.
H. F. M0RTENSEN
LADIES' AND GENT'S
TAILOR
b'irst Street, on way to I'ost Office. HATURDAY, MARCH 38, 1»M.
THE MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
PAGE THREB
Your Eyesight
IS Important
If you are having any kind of,trouble witb
your eyes you ought, for your own Hake, to act
at once,
Don't put off the test.   Delay la dangerous.
Weakness or strain readily adjusted now at
a moderate cost may lie most expensive and perhaps impossible to set right if allowed to develop.
Advice and Information willingly given by
F. G. Bews, Optician 6r Jeweller
THE MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED  1855
Capital and Reserve,        -    $8,8C0,0C0
S3    BRANCHES   IN   CANADA
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
CIRCULAR LETTERS OF CREDIT       ]
TRAVELLERS CHEQUES      Issued
BANK MONEY ORDERS  J
Savings Department At All Branches
Interest allowed nt highest currant rate.
Revelstoke Branch, W. H   II ATT, l*onn£cr
TRADE TOPS
BILLION MARK
Continued prosperity ia evidenced
by" the returns ol Canadian trade for
the eleven months ol the liacal year,
which ended February 28 last. They
form an effective reply to the Liberal cry of hard timea. Tbe total ol
Qahadlan trade for the eleven mon -
ths topped thc billion mark, the exact figures being 91,014,680,000.     For
I the corresponding period of the last.
I liscal year the total Canadian trade
was ■?D6a,511,000,   This was the prln-
! blpal feiiture of the statement issued
by Hon. J.D. Reid, Minister of Cus-
tonm.
Exports of domestic goods for the
eleven months of    tbe present fiscal
j year were *f-104,S87,000, antl the imports for the corresponding period
were {(3(15,227,000, Fur the month of
February just ended Canadian exports totalled 820,554,000, 01 this
$4,074,000 wiih manufactured goods
compared with 83,030,000 fur Febru -
ary  nf Inst year.
The exports of agricultural pro-
ducts we're $5,058,000, compared with
$7,515,000 for the month, ol February
1013. Animals and their produce ex
pmis fur February lust, were 83,427,-
OOn, compared with $2,801,000 for Feb
rimry 1913, Domestic exports Ior the
eleven months of 1013 were *'!'JI\S79,-
noo, compared with $4O4,8S7,0O0 for
tlmt term ol the present tise.il year,
which Isa very substantial increase.
Ladies' House Dresses
and Dainty Blouses
cy4 Nice assortment of the above to hand
Newest Designs and the Latest Styles.
Your inspection invited.
MRS. \. 6. CRICK,
FIRM STREET
Ma:.-    Varieties
OF  BRt AD
.ui ■ .       '■ OU   dl n't   have    '
put up witb i!" I das  i'"''1
da; the i' isc where
lu-. a lo il only
lor a   cba id    try   si
other  kind  of bread  than  that you
inuk' ■ very-
tries it.
.■"-• >
1 ( BSON'S
Fhci
Box 734
£elk:k   Hotel   Restaurant
I ening up under new management
Mi
ih
firs
- i , -I       to nnnouncn to tb   lb"- ■ Istoke Public
li - n -t nr ■ nl h i..l i 'in ii in -i i ■'■' ..
,   i ;   up-to-date  nnd   si i let   al teni ii n
Give us ,! ■ all
Open until I 2 p. m.
"J h    Home for Honest Shoes
Revelstcke's Boot, Shoe & KarnEss REpciringCo.
A Great Stock of the Well Known Shoes "THE KEEN KUT" just
arrived. This Shoe ia all wc claim for it :intl more. Bench made
throughout, ny the moat skilled workman and under any ordinary conditions will give double the wear of any other Shoe at
the same price.
ARMSTRONG & CO.
In a new York church pews are re-
nerved for chiiufTeurs. When the
preacher exceeds the time limit their
hands automatically reach for the
emergency brake.
MO ALUM
rP>X.RE PLAINLYV>^
■PRINTED ON THE
•*-- _**  „ „ _   i .       _-*
teiHtwHi-f-»T.uftWt_a
baking
P0WDEP
[AlNS NO^
Ihe National Debt
Dishonest   by  calculated  design,   or
unable  to be  truthful even  by    mistake, the Liberal press ia telling the
country  that  the burden  udministra
tion  is  increasing the national  debt.
The fact of the mutter is, that the
present Minister of Finance is being
compelled.-to borrow money to save
the unsound ventures .■! the I.aurier
administration. He is compelled to
borrow money because of the legac -
les left htm by virtue of the aeroplane finance ol his predecessor. Yet
in spite of the obstacles, which the
bungling Incapacity ol the late gof -
ernment left In ins path, and in tho
face of a monetary depression that is
World-wide,   the ll rable Mr. White
la not Increasing the nation's neht,
The national debt ol Canada was
smaller on March, ill, 1014, than it
was on October Ll, 1911, when the
Borden administration took ■ itticp.
THE IMi FEWEii
PlQPLE HIE "SUITS"
We find the use ol salts and other
harsh physics is becoming less every
year because more and more i >* -«■ i > 1 * -
are using Rexall Orderlies, which we
and tbey flrmly bell 've to be tbe bi Bl
bowel remedy ever made. They taste
so much like candy thai even the
children like them, At the same
time they net io eat liy and nat ill al
ly that then Is no purging, griping
or pain. They promptly remove the
constipai ion nnd, hy Boothing and
il . [tbeninf the h iwi Is, • . ke it
less liable to occu We have
the utmost faith in  them.   We know
what  tin .. are made ol   it d
ant,     henefii n     I always
follow their
Vou nc 'tlr.'t   i '       rd for 11
II Rexall Orderlies di - I  help
if  they   don '
bOWl 1   11  ■ :; I .   ■ !•   .
us and
In   vi st   pockei   tin   1
50c,
You can oi
at  Tl ■    I ii     1
i
r
\
I Buy a j
Camera
Now
You will get a
full season's use
out of it.
100 per cent of
your s apshoot-
ing opportunities
will be realised.
You will get the
best value and
lowest price in
town. Perfectly
NEW Goods.
Free instruction gladly given.
_____ Trueman Studio
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BUROE88    AND   TAUUART.
Civil Engineer
Dominion and  ll.  C. Land
Surveyors   und  oontructws.
P. O. Box 847       Kauiloops, B.C.
Braach  Oilice—WaiBon   Really   Co.
ADVERTISING.
Advertisements,  Catalogues,  Folders,
Circulars,   written   and   designed.
:     Sales   Organise 1
FRANK  PAULDING
O.  B.  N.  WlLKlli
PROVINCIAL  LAND   SURVEYOR
Office:  Lawrence Hardware Block
RKVELSTOKE, B. O.
W.  H.   WALLACE,   M.b i .B.A.
A K C H 1 T ii <'  I
Box 205, Telepuoi.- moki
DISHES   DISHES
We are clearing out our stock of Dishes
at prices never before offered to the public of
Kevelstoke. We find we must reduce our
stock in this department before Feb. ist. and
are offering these goods at greatly reduced
figures,
Just a Few Prices to Convince You
Cups and Saucers.   Reg. $3.00. Doz. Sale Price $1.95
8 Inch Dinner Plates   "     3.00  •■       " 1.S5
6 Inch TeaPlates              2.50  "      " 1.50
5 Inch Side Plates     "      2.25     "       " 1.25
Covered Vegetable Dishes 2.00     "      " 1.10
Come in and See the Different Stock Patterns on Display
Revelstoke Hardware Company, Ltd.
Agents for GURNEYS CHANCELLOR Rai gis.
BEGIN 1914 ARIGHT-
By sending to your friends those Photographs
you have been promising then1 ■'- r n ontl s. Our
styles are up to the mil   I
EEID   Sc  B-__.__-TO_ST
PHOTOGRAPHS
WATER  N
\. ;'l     ■ ■ ... •
water will I
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ile   Nam
(2) Address "f   appllcai i.  In care
.: .
ors,  "•"!.   Bai      ol  Ottawa   :
iver,  B.i
(3) Sti lex i       Isaai
Creek.
( li The' wati : la to In flivi rt« I
from ti ■     tl tb
about    two     tbous ind I ■
leet     upstream    from    tb    v-
Boundary ol L.S.  Ul, Sectl in 20, Tp.
21, K. I, Wei I  ol Stl   Mi ridian.
(5) The i -ii posi ol wati i will be
production ol power.
i e,i   The land ■ the water U
to lie used is described as follows:—
Powei     bouse on or about  L.S.  16,
Sect. 26, Tp. 21,  R.   I.,    W( Bt
Meridian,     being a     fall of  110 (ret
more or leas fre.ru polnl  ol diversion.
(Ti   Water     applied for,   im
feel  seconds.
(8)   Water    to   be   stored  li
acre feet.
.'.ie ;;,s irvoir sit" Is located about
2lnn leet upstream Irom Noi * bei n
Boundary ol L.S. Ki, Sect. 21. Tp.21
R.I, West ol the Gth Meridian.
(10) Tliip notice was posted on the
ground on the -_'-"">tli March, 1911.
i 111 A copy of tliis notice and an
application pursuant thereto and to
tho requirements "f the "Water Act"
will be -led ln the oilice ol the Water Recorder at RevelBtbke, B.<\. objections may be Hied with the said
Water Recorder or with the Comptroller of Water Rights, parliament
Buildings,  Victoria,  B.O.
Dated at Revelstoke. R. (*., this
J.'.tli  day of March, 1'.• i4.
.Selkirk   Rower  Company,   Limited,
w. Bowden, Director,
Apr.  IS Applicant.
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer      Draying
Hand'ing Pianos a  Specialty
Phone 42    -    Ni^ht Phone85
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IK*  W'l    ■
dnic r j_ . 11 •.. i-.
ao  lb« •  ■■•
_t   »   p     Hi.
■urd.aii)   m
WALTER BEWS,  W.   M.
ROl etary.
Mount»]i.   ■   • •
■in th.    Mou-
3elklr_
Hall.       v i» tl   ■
cordiall>
JAMBS   .NMNTYRK.   CO.
H. W.  I'lDtVAKDB. GierH.
The World's Greatest on
The JVew  1 ph
No Needle Req*
Disc Records
No horn
■ Di«
f
All I.l I  \:
COME IN AND LET  US   DEM< '
THIS NEW MACHINE TO H i 	
Howson Sr Co.   :: sole La-a: j
COURT    .MT.  BEGB1B    NO. 3461
OF I. 0. F.
Meets in St. Francii Lodge Room
every Second and Kourth Monday
In Month. Visiting Bretliern ara
cordially  welcomed.
H. Ci. GARNER. C. R.
G.  W.    CARTWRIGHT,    Rec.-Sec.
REVELSTOKK  LODGE,  No.  1085
LOYAL ORDER OK MOOSE
Meets every first aud third Tuesday
in St, Francis Hall. Visiting brcth-
ren     >rdially invited.
A. R. Grant, Die.
H. L. Haug, Sec.
SELKIRK     LODGE 12.  1.  O.  O.  1.
Meets every Thursday evening is
■Selkirk Hall at 8 o'clock. Vlsitlsi
brsthrsn cordially invited.
J.  ARTHUR WOODLAND,  N.  G.
JAS   MATHIE.  Ssc.
GOLD RANGE LODGE, No 26
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Meets cv^>ry Wednesday
evening at 8k. VIsitinK
brothers cordinlly invited
H. KBMI'HTKR, C. O.
0.  O.  F.  CANADIAN  ORDER OF
FORESTERS,    MOUNT
McKENZIE   1372
Oourt Meets in Foresters Hall,
over Sniythe's Pool Room First
and    Third   Wednesdays    at    8.30
O,   D.   SHAW,  0.  R.
\    H.   MARC'HANT,  Rec.-3e<;.
r
Everybody Knows thc Value
of a Combination Safe .
Hut there   ire
know wbal
md   New ■'   '. tl i i
G. >V. HELL
P. O   Box  _08
iWOr.FR  & BAKER
Phorc- \i », 73
WHITE STAHDOMINK >N MM;
ROYAL MAIL  STb.AMi.kS
MONTREAL
New S.S, "Laurentic
QUEBEC
I.VO00 ions
LIVERPOOL
New s.s. '"Meg
Pirat Class    $92.50     Second Class   $53.75    rhird Claw    I
One Class (II) Cabin Service
Express S.S  "Teutonic"!   n        .          ^. >s v     l
1        -vi .    . i Twin Si i.h  Steamei 	
.w reel Iouk         I i    ■ *         .■ ■
SecondClasa   $S0nndup.    Third Class   $'■; 25 and up.
HOSTON
WHITE STAR  LINE
QUEENSTOWN I l\ ERPOOL
One Class 'II) Cabin Service
S.s. Arabic i      Splendid      i v S  I      t
lo, (XX) ions- 600 fr,t long •   Twin Screw      13,000 ton*   Mn feel
Rai,-, $53.73 Si.-anu'is     I Rate, S;-'    I
AMERICAN   LINE
NHW YORK     PLYMOUTH     SOUTHAMPTON     CBBRBOURG
Fast Express—One Class illi Cabin Service
S.S. St. Paul s s   New  N.-k
S.S. St. Louis •    . s s., Philadolphia
12,000 tons—554 feet long    ) I '11,000. tons   576feet long
$55--A|e«o carries Third Class hi 133.75,
For Sailings, Illustrated Booklets, Etc., apply to
COMPANY'S OFFICES. 619. 2nd Ave.. Seattle
Revelsloke General Agenclei—C.P.'R; Ticket Agvnt, RweUtoki' PAGE FOUR
THE   MAIL-HERALD,    REVE    STOKE
SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1914.
TABLEWARE
SWEEPING    REDUCTIONS     FOR
SATURDAY   AND   NEXT    WEEK
Tea Spoons Silver-plated, pur doz .
$ .75
Dessert Spoons
n
■i
1.50
TableSpoons
i.
ii
2.00
Table Forks
11
<1
2.00
Dessert Forks
!■
U
1.50
Dessert Knives
•I
11
2.50
Table Knives
■1
ti
3.00
Table Knives. White Handles
, per do/.
2.25
Dessert Knives
i.        ii
ii
2.00
Dessert Forks
.I        ii
ii
3.00
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RALPH G.  SORUTON,  Editor.
SATURDAY, MARCH 28,  1914.
Table Knives and Forks
Special for this week, per do/.,  pairs
$2.00
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On Monday the ratepayers are to
vote upon tbe proposal to raise
$10,000 lor thc purpose ot extending
nnd improving thc city electric power and light plant. We commend to
the attention of our readers the clear
statement of tho facta of the posi-,
tion presented in this issue in ths
form of an interview with Mr. Chas.
North, the superintendent ol the
plant. We have endeavored to give
our renders full information of thc
steps which have guided thc council
in its decision on the matter and
nil reports of the discussions which
have led up to this decision. The
unsatisfactory condition of aflairB
which prevailed during thc winter is
too recent to need recalling to thc
memory of local residents, and it
would appear that it is essential
that prompt action Bhould bc taken
to obviate such temporary failures in
the light and power supply in future.
Not only so, but the ever increasing
demands upon the plant make evident the fact that Revelstoke cannot
I even il some should so desire, re-
1 main content hut must make ready
for the advancement of the city in
the future. We believe that policy
will have the hearty approval nnd
i support of nn overwhelming majority of the citizens—had such a policy
heen to the fore in the past Revel -
stoke would have benetitted greatly,
just as we hope that it will benefit
in the future by reason of the council tnking the long view of the position which confronts them at present. No city can hope to go ahead
unless a proper lighting system and
a reliable power supply is ensured its
inhabitants.
A  letter from a correspondent also
appearing in  this issne  raises points
concerning the scheme which  will  no
doubt    he    carefully  considered      by
readers,  as tbey have been  by       the
council.   We  gladly  print  his  letter,
as we are anxious only that the ful-
' lest  information  possible shall       be
: placed belore the ratepayers on   this
, important   subject.   As   Indicated   by
| recent reports and by lacts well with
j in the knowledge of^ all  locally every
■care has been ePxertSsed by  the council  in  its dealing witb  this problem,
and  we believe the ratepayers recoe-
| nisinc thnt and the necessity for action,  Will  adopt the view adopted  by
, the council that  this extension  is i',,'-
Bfrable in the Interests ol the     city,
and vote accordingly on Monday.
UU Weekly Notes
GYMNASTIC EXHIBITI"S
This exhibition will be held on Prl
iday evening, April :ird, at s '/clock,
this promises to be th.' bist exhibition tbat bas been put on. There
will be drills, dai
*'. .rk.
:  are at all s;
better not come becau<« th. re  i
-•me  (hosts  walking,  all   in  the dark
Tha If j -     •   ill scared
vou  and  better  < l'<s.'  y ,<.-
3lr Hen-     Von D<ewdropsome
:.is  hair raising dare-devil  dlvi
i     hole    m    the ceiling, t
.(•ith'iiit   breaking   his   r.erk     I! /
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'     living  elowi
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All   men   invited,   ..• •
ince
Corporation of the City
of Revelstoke
Mail-Herald
Printing
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,•   M.iymnkers.
The members of V\tt Brl| ■
innounce ■ dance for     tbi
Mny 1st, and the event promlMI to
' | .i pronounced nacrcus Orr's OTC-
estra will supply the mail) and ra
frrshments will he served This is h
date and an event to b<8 kepi in
mind.
Kvery man experts to wake up mnno
iday and find himself famous nnd he
'Often does pet as far as the waking
tap part.
BY-LAW NO.   193.
WHEREAS thc Municipal Council
of thc Corporation of the City of
Revelstoke deem it necessary and expedient in thc interests of the City
of Revelstoke that the present
water system and electric light system of the said City should be improved and extended:
ANU WHEREAS to defray the
costs thereof it will be necessary to
borrow the sum of $10,000.00 which
the Council of said Corporation proposes to raise by the issue and sale
of debentures secured upon the rates
and charges which are chargeable and
enforceable for tbe user ot water
and electric light under the Water
and Electric Light Regulation By-
Law 1903 and amendments:
AND WHEREAS the estimated amount of the said rates and charges
chargeable and enforceable for the
year in which this by-law is passed
is $50,000.00:
AND WHEREAS the amount charged on the said rates and charges is
the sum of 982,602.91:
AND     WHEREAS   the debt hereby
created is on the security of the said
water and electric light rates      and
charges and is further guaranteed by
, the Municipality at large:
AND WHEREAS for the payment
of the said principal money and in-
i terest during the curreicy of the debentures to be issued it is necessary
to set aside and withdraw from tbe
annual current revenue derived from
said water and electric light rates
| and charges annually the sum ol
$3,543._S the specific annual Bum required for thc payment of interest
being 92,200.00 and for thc pnymeat
of the debt $1,343.3S:
AND WHEREAS the estimated deficiency in said rates and charges required to make up the amount of the
annual interest and sinking fund upon the debt created iB nil:
Ue it therefore enacted by the Cor-
■ poration of the City of     Revelstoke
as! follows:—
I. The sum of $40,000.00 or so
mach thereof as shall be necessary
shall be expended in improving and
evtending the water supply system
and electric light system of the said
City and it shall be lawful for the
Mayor of the said Corporation of the
City of Revelstoke to borrow on the
credit of the eaid ("ity and on the
security of the rates and charges by
way of debentures hereinafter mentioned from any person or persons
body or bodies corporate who may
be willing to advance the same, the
sum not exceeding in the whole the
sum of 140,000.00 and to cause all
such sums so raised to be paid into
the bands of the Treasurer of tha
said City of Revelstoke for the purposes and with the objects hereln-
e'.ire recited.
It shall be lawful for the Mayor
to cause any number of debentures to
.c made executed and issued for such
sum or sums as may he required for
the purposrs and objects aforesaid
iot exceeding tne sum of S40,000.00,
'■nrh of said debentures being ol the
denomination of $1,0110.00 and all
inch debentures! shall be scaled with
■ ii ..f the Corporation of   tbe
ity of Revelatoke and signed by the
'■!   ■■   -  and  Clerk  thereof.
e.i debenture! shall   bear
late  ths  I .'ith  dny of May,  :9l4 and
•ball   '■' ■■!■ .       in   twenty
'p.m   the  said      f!nte In  lnwlul
ol ' anada   il the oillre of the
i: 1   Revelstoke,     afore
rhleh   place    "f   payment    shall
■••; debentorei and
■ ii to them coupone
ol Intereet and   the
• Iponi     may     be
tten, printed, stamped    ot
papal ■!
4.  Tl ,..,,    iball  heal
he rate of . | |i> 1 centum
: ei eon .11   fi ore     tbe    date tbereol
ntereet shall t.e payable ternl
i v .it. the office ol tbe Molsoni
»• ■ r,n .it Revelstoke, aforeaald Inlaw-
f .1 money ■ f Canada on tbe Ifttta day
of   May   md the   IMh   day   ..(   Novem
ber,   respectively,   in  each  and    every
year during  tbe  "irrenry  tbereol and
it   shall   he  tipnMed  in  Naid  debenture* and coupon! to be ho payable,
It shall be lawful for the said
Mayor to negotiate and sell mild de-
1.future* or nny of them for less
than par.
I',.   For    the     payment of the said
debt   there     hIiiiII  be set   usldc    and
INSURANCE THAT INSURES
Eire Insurance placed in the most reliable companies.   Prompt
settlement of all claims.      ,    - '■ »
Call and see us about Accident or Life Insurance.   Do not
delay.   We are at your service.
Money to loan on lirst mortgages.
THE REVELSTOKE GENERAL AGENCIES, LIMITED.
J. D. SliiliALD, Pres. J. D. Hihiiai.I), Jr., Sec.-Trans.
PHOXB-42
March 3l|        OpefatJC CaiMd March 31
"THE HAYMAKERS"
Empress Theatre
Part I
Orcheestra
"Awake Hoys,"    " Good Morning"
"Away ta the Meadows."
"Mowing." ''Rest Ye Awhile."
''Toss il Hither."    "Wasps."
"Mark, the Dinner Horn."
"A Hairy Maid Am I."
'Tis Meant for Dinner, but Sounds
Like a Dream."
Part II.
Orchestra,
"l.ifjhl hearted Are We."
"Our Farm."
"How -ultrv is the Day."
"A Shower! A Shower!"
"Shrouded Is the Sun."
Tho Storm '*
"The Clouds Are Breaking.
"Harvest Home."
IMPfRSONAIIONS
Mary (Soprano)
Anna (Alio)  	
Mrs. W.  Bews
...Miss Paulding*'
Dairy Maid (Soprano)..Miss Parker
Dairy Maid (Soprano)	
 Miss Creelman
Farmer(Baritone).Mr.II.V. Morgan
William (Tenor) Mr.   P    Samson
John (Bass)    Mr
Snipkins (baritone), Mr. I
I.. Allum
Allwood
SOPRANOS    Mrs.   Bews,  Mrs.  Fleetham,   Mrs    Madden,
Mrs   Laird, Mrs, Vaughan, Miss Jones,  Miss Eaton, M
Miss M.  Robinson, Miss Williams,  Miss I'ltvlianl,
Mrs. Tourner, Mrs. Robinson, Mrs. Mi Inty
Mrs.   Miller,
-s Robinson.
ALTOS
TENOR5-Mt
Samson
Duck,   Mr.
Mr  Allwood.
Tourner,   Mr. Patterson.
BASSES    Mr.   W.
Maxwell, Mr
I'avi v
Bews.
Mr. Poplc
Mi. Allum.
Mi.   \i
Miss Paulding.
Mr. Morgan,   Mr.
Mr. Bennett,    Mr.
DAIKY MUD DANCERS
Misses I*. Douglas, Hume, M. Brown,A. M.J.tan, J. Dpnaklvoii! N.Douglas,
j. Piilrick, M. lloustiji.
Pianist,
Mrs. 1. Howson.
Conductor.
Mr. K. It, Sawyer.
tttClUSIKA ILMHK.  Mr. V Hillirr.
Stage Manager,
Mr. 1. Sturdy
Mayor
Mar. 28
City Clerk.
the    annual     current revenue of the
Municipality as derived    from     said j 	
water and electric light rates      and   .	
charges the sura of $1,348.28,      and Oity Olerk.
such sum shall be transferred from Take Notice tbat the above is a
the annual current revenue account true copy of the proposed by-law up-
and be paid into a special account on which the vote of the Municipall-
to form a sinking fund for the pur - ty will be taken at the Coun<cil
pose mentioned herein. Chambers,  City Hall, Corner of Me-
7. For the purpose of  paying   the  Kenzie Ave. nnd Second Streeet, Rev-
interest on  said  debentures as     the  elstoke,    B.  C,  on    Monday,  March
same become due and payable   there   30th,   1911,  between  the hours of     9
shall be set aside and withdrawn   in  o'clock in the forenoon and 7 o'clock
each  year from the annual     current   in the afternoon.
revenue of the Municipality as     de- ,   Dated  Oity Hall, Revelstoke, B.C.,
rived  from  the Baid  water and elec-  March 17th   1914.
trie light rates and charges tbe sum ^y   A   GORDON,
of $2,24K).ihi, which sum shall be trans
ferred from thc annual current revenue of the account of said City and be
paid into a special account for such
purpose nnd   to     be disbursed when
and as the instalments of interest become due.
8. During the currency of said it-
bentures said rates and charges to
the estent aforesaid shall not form
part of the annual revenue of the
Municipality.
9. It Bhall be lawful for thc Municipal Council of thc said Corporation
from time to time to repurchase any
of said debentures at such price or
prices as may be mutually agreed
upoa witb the legal holder or holders
tbereol and all debentures so repurchased shall be cancelled and no re
iHmie ol any aueh debenture or de-
bentum shall he made in conscquenco
of niiid purchase.
In. Ah additional socurity the credit of the said Municipality at large
is hereby pledged for the payment of
I tbe annual interest and sinking fund
iei|inred for tho extinguishment of
the debt created by this Hy-Law and
the Municipality hereby guarantees
pa) ment of the same to tbe lawful
holder or holderB of said debentures,
11. This bylaw shall come into
lores and take eflect on the 15th day
Ol May, 1911.
12. This by law may be cited for
'all  purposes as the Water and Klec-
trlc  Light   Rates  Loan  By-Law    No.
19.'),   1914.
Head a lirst time the 13th day ol
March,  1014,
Head a second time the Llth day ol
March,   l'.>14.
Head a third time the 13th day ol
March, 1914, and passed with the
unanimous consent of the Council.
Received the assent of the Electors
on the  .day of   1914.
Reconsidered and finally passed and
withdrawn  in each year during     the  adopted  by thc Council  the  day
rurrenry of the aniri debentures   from • of   1914.
Buy Your Plumbing
Supplies pirect From
Us and Save Money
Wee* .re th. l*r*eFt plomtnnr haaac In
Rritiah Ca!o_*la *,iitn*- dirw* to Ihe
pub!*- -,> t>-T |n 1,1- qumtltlM _nd mil
t.r e*.h Thi.— we nr* yo« th* middle
m«n« profit tsd too do *•*. pay for th*
bad dobt* of other*. Po* ti.ia rwn wo
c*n *ell for len than any other plure'.-
b»x hou** or plntrrt.er IB Brltlah eColum-
t>»a. (ViTipare OUT price* For tnalKli .
Our prl.s. for J-lnnh |alvanla*d pip- -
K.fc" per 10<l feet; |-ln-.h
Pipe M.2A per 100 fMt;
1 -Ineh pip,., fft.13 per 100
feel
NO MATT FIR WHAT TOO
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AMI HKATIM1 LINK (Tl
CAN IU YOU Kill
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Oet   your   plumblnc   *ap-
PIIM  dlreKt   from    u*   aad
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Hon*   and   we   will   tlv*   you   prtoe   rom
P'ete   dellvertd   In   your  town,   by   return
mall,   WlTHOt'T .COST TO TOT.
Then    compare   oar   prlsa*   with   other*.
Don't   pay   two  price*  for yonr plirnibmc
•uppllea     w«   ran   nupply   e**<rythln*   for
your   bathroom   at  twaf   —..in*   t*  y..ii.
Wrtle u* today about your plumbtac and
i..m.nt problem*.   U will co*t yoa nmh-
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mtmra aa all
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Bent!
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I
Sam,
CURES
COUGHS
& COLDS SAT*6at)AY, MARCH 28, 1914.
THE MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
PAGE B*IVa
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OUR SHOE
MOTTO
i;^ The maxirrium of
wear* and comfort
at the minimum
price.
C. B. HUME & CO., LIMITED
Revelstoke's Department Store
OUR SHOE
OBJECT
To fit every member of the family as
that member likes
best.
Girls Wash Frocks
Here is a recognized economy. Replenish
the little girls wardrobe with inexpensive
one-piece dresses that growing girls can wear
8 or 9 months in the year. Figured Percoles,
Ginghams, Chambrays, full width cuts, just
as mother would make them. For girls from
1 to 14 years. 100 in the pile to choose from.
AT EACH _	
$1.90
Ladies' Coats
Spring already trying to crowd Winter off the Calan-
der in our Ladies Ready Wear Department. Many attractive new arrivals in Ladies Coats and Suits. Few women
who will not welcome a view of the new Snring Garments at ,'iom	
$10 to $35.00
Wash Materials
New Wash MatiMals will merit your attention. They
never were more attractive. All who have seen them have
pronounced them correct in Color and Patterns. New
and Freesh as June Towers. All bound to make up into
Summer Frocks that will please. Prints, Percales and
Ginghams.      A  grand showing at from 	
15c to 75c
Stylish Dresses
Stylish Dresses a most superh showing of the newest
and most unique Styles in Ladles Afternoon and Evening
Dresses are on show juBt now. Our added facilities for
showing these makes it a pleasure for us to show them,
and it no doubt will be a pleasure to you to see the
showing.
Knit Jersey Suits
Knit Jersey Suits for the little man. Very neat and
pleasing in Tan, Navy, Red, Etc. Pants, Jersey and
Cap to match, at 	
$2.35
Stvlish New Skirts
Stylish New Skirts, the very essence of exclusiveness in
this lot, no two alike in One Hundred Skirts. They are
very niece nnd it, is worth your time to look over them..
$5.00 to 15.00
Rain Coats
RAIN COATS—We are making a special of a genuine
English made "Cow Coats" perfectly Rain Proof, as the
card on the Coat says "Made ol the Beet of Material,
Treat me well, hang me up, and I will do the rest." 	
$7.50
Mens Furnishings  and  Shoe Department
Coat Shirts
The newest and best of the Spring Styles that are accepted by good dressers everywhere. The Double French
Cufl is Btill very popular and will undoubtedly be the
leader for the coming season. Stripes in very fine hair
lines, blues and blacks on white grounds, will be more
largely worn than anything elBe. Solid colors in White,
Cream, Gray and Blue, will also be worn to a great extent. Above all things this will he a soft collar season.
All the new ones and staple lines we are prepared to
show you. W. G. & R. Shirts cost no more than others,
but wear longer and fit better.
Prices, $1.25 to $3 Each
Two New Collars
Four-Ply Linen—warranted to wear
longer than any same priced collar on
market 3 for 50c
The Earl
The Savoy
The Regal Shoe for Men
The best Shoes on "earth. Why pay more when you can get the
REGAL, Perfect Fit from us? Why put up with clumsy lasts when you
can get the newest and nobbiest at your own door? We stand behind
them and the maker stands behind us. Any Regal Shoe not. giving satisfaction or not fitting well will hate our immeedlate and bert attention.
Choicest Leathers, newest Lasts, most perfect fitting, longest wearing, at
prices  which  cannot be duplicated.
Prices,   -   -   $4 to $6.50
GROCERY AND   CROCKERY  DEPARTMENT
Here is Something that will interest you in Canned Fish Prices
•
*
Seeds! Seeds! Seeds!
The snow has gone for another year
and  you  should   lie starting   your
garden   now.       We   have   a   tine
variety of seeds ihis year.      Everything   you   will   need   in    flowers,
vegetables or grass seeds.    If you
want   green   vegetables  early  this
Summer start them   in   the   house
now and in a few weeks  when   the
night   frosts   arc   over,   transplant
them in your garden  and  you   will
be surprised how quickly they come
on and \yt ready for nse.
Steele Briggs, Ferry's and McKenzie llower or garden seeds.       Lawn
grass   seed,   white  clover  seed,  or
Kentucky blue grass for the   lawn.
For the Farmers we have  Timothv
seed. Red Clover,   Alfalfa and Al-
siki  clover   seed.    All   new  seeds
and first-class quality.
Watch for Friday & Saturday Specials
Maconochles Kippered Herring per tin * 25
BloaterH, per tin  »  , » 25
Maple Leaf Lobsters, one pound tin* _ 60
Royans Sardines in Tomato Sauce  «. 25
Acadia Codfish St.eak, two tb. boxes 40
PTeeased Codfish in two tb. block* ..* 25 PAGE BIX
THE    MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, MARCH 28,  1914..
Never Too Cold
TO ENJOY A PLUNGE AT
HALYCON HOT SPRINGS
Where hot medicinal waters are the most wonderful health
restorers on the continent. Our record of cures of rheumatism and other chronic complaints is unequalled and verified
by our gratified patrons.
Located among the best scenery of Canada, easy of
access. The Sanitarium is handsomely fitted and finished for
comfort and convenience of guests.
Halcyon   Hot   Springs   Sanitarium
Wm. BOYD, Frop., Halcyon, Arrow Lakes.
KING EDWARD HOTEL
H. J.   MCSORLEY.  PROP.
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Strictly First-Class
Rooms Single, en suite
and with Bath    .    .    .
IMMIGRATION
PROBLEM
It is said that Sir Richard McBride is taking up at Ottawa the
problem of Immigration into Uritish
Columbia. Whether this immigration
comes from the Orient or from the
Occident, in which is included the
United .States, it has to be watched
and controlled most carefully. Oriental immigration is unpleasant perhaps and liable to compete unfairly
with white labor. The East does not
assimilate with the Wast. Such as -
similat.ion as there may lie is not
very successful. It may ho contrary
to the law of eugenics but it is not
contrary to the law of nature. However, with regard to Oriental imiiii -
gration      nearly   every   one   is   agreed
thai it  is not desirable In British Columbia,
Hnl what, of the other? If the prob
lem ol Oriental immigration is difficult, it Is after all confined to the
drafting of laws acceptable to the
Oriental and the Uritish Columbian.
Hut Occidental Immigration is tino -
ther matter altogether, tn order to
develop, Uritish Columbia must get
capital, and immigration menus capital. In a country of this nature
conditions should be analyzed In-fore
any regulations are promulgated. It
is customary to deal largely with
these problems when as a matter of
justice and common sense they should
be dealt with in detail. It is true
that today Uritish t'olumhia does not
want a large number of immigrants
pouring in without, money or other
resources, But that is a temporary
circumstance and not a permanent
c'ondH one ■■•■;- ch have to be examined and a definite policy enacted on
tl        iasis.
TINT   YOUR
WALLS
WITH
HAL L'
S
13 I S T 1 _ M P E R
Sanitary Washable Water Paint
Over   One  Hundred   Beautiful Art   Shades
Write for Illustrated Booklet—"How to Decorate"
IN HEART OF CITY
HOTEL SAVOY
SEATTLE |
"Twelve Stories of Solid Comfort"
In the centre of tliltiKi—thentivs
and stnr.'s en both sides. Building
abolutuly fireproof—concrete, utee I
and marble,
EUROPEAN PLAN—SI perduyup
With Baths—S2 per day up
SOI
F,AM'UKX('H
,B LOCAL AGENTS
HARDWARE
KEVELSTOKE
co.,   i,ri>.
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.. Ltd.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.
Manufacturers of Aerated Waters
T
WINES
LIQUORS
CIGARS
Tills Lady Knows
How to Keei
She always kes^s Gin Pills
f
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Vernon
.May 7
June I
July I,SI,:
Aug. IH
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A.T VERNON
May (I
June ::. :
Julv 22
A ui.'... 12
Sep)   7
May
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Sept. :
June 17
I July I.".
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Aug. *iii
May 13
June  10
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.May 11
June 18
Aug. 0
May 20
Julv 8
Sept. 2
M ly II
June 3,
Julv 1.
Aug. I:
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PRICE   (-> LB. IRON, $5.90
A. G.
Estimates given fri
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Cut This O . [eep the Season's Fixtures Handy.
Agents for Calgary Beer
Up
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VERNON ROOMS
H. J.
.    i | i    cords  per acre,   i il  suil ibli   for     foi
„    Byetemi  ol  ton   I  tire protection   «111
I    of white pine on uveru , I t, revoluti
in  Canada.   The  w.io.l   ol ] Sir
than      A Vi erman has •
.
of   il        ' for ' ousand   foot
'   i ut.'    in bis own saw null
ness.   The mechanical  properties     of  hi
will he full} i   rofuse     into
at the B'orest Products Laboratories  pieces which  are manufactured    Into
.. bed ' y the  Dominion   fuel brl
.'KOOTENAY AGtf       Ltd.
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Reserve,
!    n  I    years.
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. Montreal,
i    McGill   i
Jack Laughton, Proprietor
VICTORIA, B. C.
street, Revelstoke, B. C.
V
cr a n < nly  one      of
d -v. ,       ,: I
fulfilled 11
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WINDSOR HOTEL
EUROl-LAN  PLAN
Good Accoit modation.       Reasonable Re.
Cafe in Connection
Central Hotel
Abrahamsun  Bros.
Props.
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First-Class in all
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resp
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All Modern
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RATES. $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Rate
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REVELSTOKE. B. C.
FOREST FACTS
a  ton.
'el   to   have
•   t"n  because Uie
nii'i cha '    ercd the wharfs with
tl im.   it is i'    IB
rely a modificntioi      ol   thc
word '1 ombai d' lie     Lorn ■
hards ,vere the Brsl pawn-brokers and
I 11   originally carried  with  it
At  • .. ol rubblnh.
1  "u   il   is   lie -
y to towers and
telepbi il    he Are-rang-     ' "lis a large quantity
foreBl   fires and  of wine  to  franco,  bin   the     native
force    to     tight   sons rarelt   recognize it when it com-
A  iireifoRsor of  physics      has  es back In yellow necked bottles.
itotl  i hal    i here can lie no
I   is  to  the nppllca-
less telegraphy to    tho
creases   In the   royal family.    Kvcry
THIS
HOME
DYE
th.it
ANYONE,
can use
DYOLfl
ITho Guaranteed "ONE DYE for
tt All Kinds of Cloth,
Ctrnn, Slni|.lr,N,i< banc* of MUtafcvl.   TKV
.   II!  .s.-n.i lor l,.,. Color Card md Oooklot
I 1 lie John .,,11  Hi   I, ,,,!. ,,, *.,,. I l,iii|,..l, M.M.irr,]
The scholars in the German public
schools lake n great  Interest   in in-
li m ■>. ci mi mnlc il Ion'
aglnet r  in     n  recent
time a grandchild    Is   born to   thc
Kaiser they are granted n holiday.
.e,k on  'Telephonology' supplements
redicting Hint In A sporting life is not always what
telephone Borne people s ,\   u  |r,   a Ban fran-
u   ahead   ol Cisco sporting editor,  who died   thc
'  '  ' ••    Its other day, lefl a comfortable fortune
■•   perfect nnd a country scat.
ORIENTAL HOTEL-*-
suitably furnished with the choicest
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $1 a day.    Monthly rates.
J.    .A-LBE-ECT     STOISTEJ JPROIP-
Union   Hotel
LBVESQUB, Proprietor
A. P.
FIRST STREET, IIHVKI.STOKK, B.C.
ME/ I. TICKETS $600
1
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(i decreHRe     iron.       I9H tree,
the chief timber
ilun     1.  and  Is 1 bird      In
,      pol ' mr.'    || '   .mini '■
name ftom I11 -.-1 <I Dotila     win. dlscov
"...]  ii  In  IM   and Introduced II en1-,
the gardens of RJnrope    t1
llltj   en,i rapid rai.r of growlb     led
to Its being largely planted ■••■ n for I
hhi   tree In    Germany, Prnno    Den
mark and IDngland, nnd the  rndlani
In     British    Columbia  sell  Immtnn
Qiiuntltlos of seeds to Ruropenn deal
em pypry  yi'ur.    A   Dnnlsll   plnntatlOD
al  1 be 111 f   •'     jrears produced B7
ror.l'i iif* wood,      ennui  to  nn   niinnal
evvs to most women!
PURsry
Oven-tested flour Is for
Bale. Instead of buying ordinary Hour you can buy flour
whose baking ability has been
proven in an oven:
A ten pound sample is
taken from each shipment of
al al the mill. Ti is is
ground into flour. The il lur
is ba    I into bread.
\l' this flour li.".;., 1 into
•'   high   in   qu ',y   and
.   quantity we keep the
hipmenl of wheat .    I
grind it.   Otherwii
More   bread   1 id   bet   r
■I   from   t.'iii    fl
QUTTGNQ
OEEDO
for j/iirdon anil furni ore ov-it
for B.C.soil.Sov Catalogue for
soliil ffuttranteo of puiity
and jii'rwiiiiatit .i
Send now for Copy free
Sutton fi Sens.The Kin^'sStfodman
'.( e» .1 «l 1 n£ —» 111\ 1 o n etl
A.J.Woodward
Victoria      8,        Vancouver
!■ 1 •■  Fort  Sr. 6fc7 CronvilK- Jr
SOU AQENTX Poll BRITISH COLUfoiltIA
Lumb
certainty 1
'More  \\rc\ and
"Better Pas
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Better
try T
lirea
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1 'i
umDermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELL 3,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town.    ■   Revelstoke, B. C
before buying yonr out-   ■
fit   of  working   clothes
for the leii'.h.    I make ■   >
■pecinlty    of     Logging   I
Shoes, Tailta, Sox, Shirts
Hlnnkets ami everything
rwiiiired in voiirhtmlness
SOLD BY A. HOBSON & CO., REVELSTOKE
DR. De VAN'S FRENCH PILLSArifc
giilutiiij Pill |.ir Womtn. $.'1 n l«« or tbrenfot
|10. Holil at all liruir 8ton'«. nr msllM to anr
n'ldrinxin rccclptol |iricc.    Tin ftaiiiu, I>ti'ii
!■■ Lat I'atlmrliirn. oiilnrto.	
t.irei
. „J nml
f'ir Kerrfl fill Hrnln: Inrrn m"i •* -^.y
unto r'-iiTnnlc . will Imiiii > e.n up. 1: al • Bl
two [0? |r.. at ilr..ir ••..ri,«   1 ■ ,
"fl'ri"'.   Tun b< ir  : 1. Pitt.. to. Bl     itbarlOM
PH0SPH0N0L FOR MEN.  ^ . SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1914.
THE MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
PAGE SEVEVT
Extra
Special
ioo pairs Men's Boots,
heavy work boots and
fine Dress Boots in lace
and Congress styles,
mostly small and large
sizes. Values $3.50 to
$4-50.
Thursday Special.
$1.35
Declared against High Prices—an unconditional
surrender of REVELSTOKE CLOTHING COMPANY'S
entire stock for quick Spot Cash.
Extra
Special
Large lot of Ladies' fine
Shirtwaists of fine white
embroidered lawn and
striped madras. Rather
take them hack the manufacturer allowed us one
half ofl.
$1.50 to %z.oo
Ladies' Shirtwaists
60c.
Blankets
the pair
wide to $3.50 values
Six round Double Wool
BLANKETS,   54  inches
$2.35
Wool Sox
Men's Heavy Grey Wool
Mixed SOX. Regular
25c. quality—Special ...
7 prs. for $1.00
Dr. Nell's Men's Combinations Heavy Wool
Uilebed best $3.00 values, Suit   	
$1.85
Men's Hats
Large Lot Men's Stiff
PELT HATS the $3.00
quality to close out,
Choice 	
65c
Underwear
)'en mans Heavy Wool
Fleeced SHIRTS and
DRAWERS, 75c. kinds
at	
45c
Felt Hats
Mens Bolt FELT HATS
Assorted Styles, ol tbe
Regular    $3.00 Grades.
$1.45
Jumpers
or Men's OVERALL
SMOCKS, al arge Bargain Table Lot $1.00
and   $1.25   values ......
45c
Work Shirts
Men's Fast Color,
Strong WORK SHIRTS
Aborted 75c. to $1.00
Grades 	
45c
Work dloves
Extra  Strong   Leather,
WORK  GLOVES,    Our
65c.     and     75c.    Special
Quality now 	
Men's Pants
Heavy Wool Tweed
WORK PANTS in dark
Mixtures $2.25 and
$2.50  values  at   	
$1.35
\ BflOti
35c
Box Calf Lace BOOTS,
Good Quality, New
Styles $3.50 to $4.00
values    	
2.65
\ Braces
Men's Sox
Good quality,    Medium
weight,   black  and  brown,
Seamless  25c.    Sox	
2 prs. for 25c
Fine Shirts
Men's Negligee SHIRTS
Fancy Striped Styles,
Regular $1.00, $1.25
and   $1.50 for 	
45c
Men's Collars
Bargain Table Special
Mens LINEN COLLARS
15c values, pick'em out
2 for 5c
Und
erwear
Men's Extra Strong—
" Police Braces " the
Regular 50c. Quality,
now    . .
25c
SuitC
ases
Real Leather, Steel
Frame nnd Brass Trimmed SUIT CASES, to
$10,000   values   	
$4.95
Heavy Weight Wool
Ribbed SHIRTS and
DRAWERS. Regular
$1.25  and   $1.50 at...
90c
Mens Pant
Neatly of
Fancy Stripe,'.  Worsted,
Newest     Styles   $3.00
values    	
$1.90
Terrific Bombardment
CLOTHING BARGAINS LIKE THIS
WILL KNOCK A BIG HOLE THRO'
THE    WALL    OF    HIGH   PRICES I
Men's Wool Tweed Suits, hand tailored'
garments of quality. A good assortment
to choose from.   $12 to $15.00 Men's Suits
$6.95
HERE'S ANOTHER GOOD BUNCH
\ SMALL LOT OF MEN'S SUITS,
REGULAR $7.50 to $10.00 VALUE
ei()T  AT  -	
$2.95
MEN'S HICH GRADE SUITS
Litest Stvles.best Canadian makes in Worsted, Serges,
and Tweeds. Look for the manufacturer's label in
pocket Save from $6.00 to $9.00 per Suit
SiS-oo and $_o.oo Men's nobby, stylish, in Fancy
Tweeds and Worsteds $io.<*o
MEN'S CLASSY SUITS
Strictly hand-tailored, in latest styles of Fancy Grey
and Brown Tweeds, $20 to $25 values.—Now reduced
to $14.1)0
BLUE SERGE SUITS
This Season's Styles, in impcrted extra quality English
Blue Serge. Regular $25 suits. On Sale Saturday
for $ii...)'o
Here you are!
HAVE YOU EVER SEEN SHOE
BARGAINS TO EQUAL THE-K ?-
DOZENS OF OTflER MEN WII !. BE
\FTER A PAIR OR TWO, HURRY
AND GET YOUR SIZE BEFl
THEY'RE ALL GONE  	
cTWen's Heavy Strong Work Boots of Box Calf and
other good leathers. Don't pay $3.00 or $3 50 elsewhere, but get them here   for
$1.35
MEN'S FANCY DRESS BOOTS OF
FINEST LEATHER WITH FRENCH
imOOAiREIl TORS. ALWAYS SOLD
AT   $5.00,   WAR   I'RICE
$2.95
Men s Still* Huts in black      af
oi   brown—$8 tn   14.50    DOC
value*	
Boys' Work nml play
Shirts ol blue I'liiuiiluay.
*6c values       	
45c
Boys' Fancy flannelette     CC
Shirt*, up to 90o values.     jT|OC
Boy*'   Pine     Negligee*    Cif\
--hills,      new     iiHsorlrd      1)110
style*  $1*$1.26value*    ww
Boys' Boots, reg.     I  £C
$3.00 values I .UJ
Bin's*   Sivi'uti-i's, $l.."i(j in
|. 00 Value*
CUT TO	
85c
MENS SWEAT E R S      i    r(\
Regular   83,00   Value* 111
lioing   al       ■ ,v,v/
$9.00 Large sized    A QA
Trunks -    -    T.JfU
Hurrah Boys!
Cowboy Suits
and Indian Suits
well made of strong Khakj
cloth. Regular $1.50 values.   Per Suit   60c
Dark Orey  Wool  111,AN
KBITS, Full Bis Pounds
Good   Size,   to   $4.50   a
pair   	
$2.85
75 Cents and $1.00   OCp
Men's caps reduced lo   ^ -31
50c and 75c  Boys'
Caps and Tams
81.60 in S'J  Men's White
I. Hindered Dress Suit*
25c
45c
Buy s mm, .,■ ii
Bow,  M •!,     Hi he ,iu r\r-
siiirt-  and     Drawer* '^•^P
!:■•. . 00.  kind \J\J\j
$5.00   Mens   Fine
Dress Boots
2.95
Men'i English *lip-on n ap
Raincoats. Regular X KK
SI I '.' iralue* Doing U     V.V/vJ
510   Rain   Coats
Reduced to
5.90
Look for
the Big
Red Signs
REVELSTOKE
COMPANY
Hurry and Buy
Now-the Sale
Won't Last Long f AGE EI0HT
T
THE   MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 19H*.
LOCAL and GENERAL
Snipkins is attacked hy wasps amongst  the Haymakers.
Mr. C. May, of Malakwa, returned
last night after an enjoyable trip to
Ireland.
The death of Mr. Fred Swanson, aa
the result of typhoid fever, in the
Revelstoke hospital on Wednesday
night, will he generally regretted
throughout the district where the deceased had hosts of friends, he hieing
well known by reason of his position
as purser on the river steamer "Revelstoke."
We had the pleasure ol a call from
Mr. r.A.K. Trautman, of the Winnipeg staff of the O.P.R. on Wedneaday
Mr. Trautman spent a tew houra in
Revelstoke. and evinced keen interest
in the Revelstoke National Park project and other matters affecting the
city. Mr. Trautman. is the capable
Press representative of the C.P.R.
■^.-.-^^-efc-^e*...."*..*^..-.*^-*.-*.   -•»■*■*
"Dropped in  thr    _»     -1»
Mdil lleraid Post-Bin
Revelstoke, B.C., March 20, 1914.
Editor Mail-Herald,  City:—
Sir,—I would appreciate your pub;
lishing in yonr next Issue the following:—
On Monday the property owners of
onr city will have to throw their
vote either one way or the other with
regards to the By-law No. 193 (proposed) nf *40,000 for Improvements
(?) to the electric lighting plant.
Whilst no doubt something has tee be
done what assurance have the rnte-
i era as to the ultimate I eneflt the
spet.iline .if tins £1(1,11011 |if spent i
will lering. The following question
on the aubject might be asked.
li   Whether the mayor and council
have  BOUght   expert   advice   regarding
the condition of the plant in  general
if they  have done so,  why  such opinion h is not   yet   heen  published?   And
if  toey  have  not.      why  not?    Surely
ratepayers money is noi  tee     he
FP"nt Without competent  advice being
.-lit*.    According to reports in the
local papers the How (minimum)    ot
■  •   rivet   is     given as 260 cubic feet
secee-,1 and  on  this figure  the value
• ■ the   ilanl as a producer of electri
cal energy  is based,   Have the   cits
any I ml  opinion on this?   The
B.  i'.  government   have' a  hj Iroj
rvey in     progress,  supervised
I.y .     . ■ • . ers in I his ':>,.. 11
thej I theii      ;ui i     ii    the
•
Thi si   two  qui -• Ion*  providi
with  referei c
tl" if thi  additional mi
!t  ' *   fi li   '     ask      the
rati        r« to vote a bylaw .,  ,   ■  .
call     in     advice.   The advice si
'    ' " i published
'  ■    the bylaw was submitted.
:   that  the  r •■
terest per
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: it oui
that
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or mon
get It.   Citj
know    ti     e sold pret
tj       -•
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RATEPIYER.
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Iters,  defeat
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We  going  1 '    •■   e;n.lerce;rrent
tr.   ; ut   oill    ri •
businei
the besl
• a Juncture when there Is an    in -
ight.
I ' a  de-
t ,    these   qnei
V  ■ ■
Yours,
MUNICIPAL   OWNERSHIP,
Occasionallj  n te    In   tbe
House of Commons is enlivened by n
blight   little   Mt   "f   repartee.     A   good
example of th:s   follows,  having  oc
cured the other day during tbe cour«
bi    ' a debate:
Mr. Richard Hlain "The government  is commencing ,.  great reform.
nnd they must   he sure  the foundation
I* good before they commence
the Inundation  la  absolutely   *ecure
Mr. F.B. Carvell—When the Grits
are all removed?
Mr.     Main—The    hon,     gentleman
knows where the deudwood is.-fl.au
fitter.)
BMPREBS THEATRE    PROGRAM
Startling Announcement—All Universal Weeklies shown in Empress
will be two weeks old, und will be
shown in this city before the larger
cities get them. Watch out for Universal Weekly, first one Monday,
March HOth.
Saturday and Matinee, 2:30 p.m.—
The Reformation of Calliope, in two
parts. Great Eclair, with J.W. John
ston; His Pals Beogest; Mike and
Jake  In Mexico.    Empress orchestra.
Monday—A Girl and Her Money, in
two parts. With Florence Lawrence;
The Return of Tony; '.owe Knows No
Hounds; Universal Weekly No. 101.—
EmpreBS orchestra.
Tuesday— The Madonna of the
Slums, in two parts. With Francis
Ford; Where the Hop \ ine Twins;
Trouble on the Stage; Soldiers in
Turkestan.    Empress orchestra.
Wednesday— King The Detective,
In two parts. With King Baggot;
The Dramatic Story of the Vote; The
Joy   Riders.—Empress  orchestra.
Thursday—Prom Rallsplltter to
President, In two parts. With Francis Ford; Jewels of Sacrifice; Teaching Dad a Lesson.   Empress orchestra
Friday—Governor's Veto, in two
parts. Fine Eclair Feature; Jimmies
Deception; Seymour Hicks Dancing
Film. With Special Music. Empress
orchestra.
Saturday, April Ith, and Matinee
at 2:30—In the Bishops Carriage, in
four parts. First Greatest of all feature tiiuis, with Mary Fickford, and
the fatuous players; Universal Weekly
No.   102,  Empress orchestra.
All Famous Players Productions at
the rate of one a   week.
SHERIFF'S   SALE
(r__J_li_iBI3l3M3M'_a_r_r3/ai____J_I_f'_ra
SALES and WANTS
10c. line Minimum 25c.   Cash in Advance I
m
SJEl___J_J__--f-l-_-r__l_/_M_l______a
WANTED—All kinds of jobbing work
satisfaction guaranteed. Apply Sar-
geant and Cook, Carpenters, Revelstoke, B.C. Apr.l
WANTED—Lady stenographer, having
knowledge of book-keeping preferred. Apply in own handwriting stating salary expected and experien:e,
to Harvey, McCarter and Company
MILK FOR SALE—First Class Mil,t,
from high bred Aryshire Cows. Apply to W. C. Calder, Tonka Farm,
Phone B2., P.O. Box 73.        Ap. 1,
WANTED—Intelligent     youth;    good
opening.      Apply  Mail-Herald Office.
GIRL WANTED—Neat at sewing, will
ing to learn ladies tailoring, Apply to Designer A.S. Posner, Cress-
man and Company.
FOR  SALE—Fresh  Cow;  also  Indian
Runner   Duck Eggs,   82.00 per sitting.    A number of young Chicks for I
sale,   -ac.  each.   Apply  Mrs.   R.  A. I
Upper.
FOR  SALE—Eggs for hatching,  Am- j
erican    Fawn    and    White    Indian j
Runner    Duck,     White   egg strain, '
S2.00  per   11.    F.O.B.  Arrowhead, '
P.  O. Box 21. Apr.  1.   j
FOR  SALE—To  Rnilroad  Men,   Nine \
Room House    and    Contents, bath,
hot and cold  water,    Seven  rooms ,
furnished,  near C.P.R.  Depot,  Price
$1200 Cash or Terms.     Apply Own- :
er,  Box At. Mar. 28
Sale  of    "Monarch"    Mineral   Claim.
Together  with   Mill  aad  Other
APPURTENANCES.
I'nder I.y virtue of an order of His
Honour Judge Thompson dated the
26th day of February, A.I)., 1914, in
an action In the County Court of
East Kootenay, Holden at Golden,
B.C., between John Owen McGougan,
Andrew Erickson, Alfred Martin, Hod
McDonnell, Adam Pi oy, William
Gunn, Samuel Gooding, Robert. R.
Rodd,     Jessie      Butler,    George    Mc
intosh      James    Mortimer^    Homer
Atha   Upton,   Finest   S.   Sjoman.John
J. Denniaon, Lla Smith, Joseph Bul-
iiv.m. Edw .rd Wright, Edward Alick,
Alexander Campbell, Charles Crouch,
Charlea A. McKay, William I. Terry.
Siiverl Kaartenen, Jermiah David
I'Bi ine, Laws Veban, Villi im Thorn
i ik*| I.J. Crol her i, G Rudolph,
and   W.  Zclgler,   pi linl ids,   and   \ an-
ng   .md    M
par.y   Limited,   and
Mine*  Limited Liability)   .1           ■          ler for ss
at   mj Wed
nesday the
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BUSINESS LOCUS
See how the Girls wish the Boys
Good Morning in the Haymakers.
Seed  Potatoes.    Farm and  Garden
j Seeds,     Garden    Tools.—At    Bourne
liros.
GALT COAL is handled exclusively
in Revelstoke by the Revelstoke General Agencies. Ltd.
Come and rest in Howson & Co.'s
furniture parlors, continuous recital,
new Edison phonograph.
The S.I.A. and B. of L.E. will hold
their annual dance on Easter Monday. April 13th. Don't forget the
date. Apr.  13
The  world's  greatest  invention   in
talking    machines    demonstrated   at
i. s  -very  afternoon this week.
Call and hear them.
•   ..".•     ■•   .    ired
. the  garments turned out
- . i      the    . idus'  and  Men's
m   ire  prepared for the     de-
for the
•
■■        try  us for your
.   . . .owled-
• -d   the
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Apr.  1
Mr. T. Kilpatrick returned from the
coast on Thursday.
Mr. T. Wadman returned from Ottawa on Thursday night.
Miss Matheson, matron of the hospital, returns today from a couple of
weeks  vacation ut the coast.
Mr. und Mrs. Hillier and Mr. and
Mrs. MacPherson of Third street and
Mr. and Mrs. Fred BosBley, all moved out this week to their ranches at
Solaqua.
The meeting of the Literary Society has been postponed until Tuesday
week, April 7th, when the members
of the Society will meet at the home
of Mrs. C.B. Paget.
On account of renovation operations going on in the church, tho
Methodist services will be held in the
adjoining lecture room, which will be
thrown into one. Go in at side entrance.
Messrs. Johnston, lies and BoBSley
of Malakwa, were in town ou business Friday. Mr. Coppock who has
heen Ln the hospital this last week,
with blood poisoning in his hand, returned  to  Malakwa  last  evening.
In the Presbyterian church on Sunday the minister will preach at both
services. Morning subject, "The Second Commandment"; evening, " Seem
ing to Have." The Sunday school
will meet at 2:30 and the adult Bible
classes at  the same hour.
There was a fair attendance at a
meeting of ratepayers held in Fire
Hall No. I, on Thursday night, when
the matter of the proposed extension
and improvement of the power plant
was considered. Aldermen F. Bourne
and S. Needham were the principal
speakers, with Mr. C. North, superintendent of the power plant, Mr. J.
Jamteson occupied the chuir. Tho
position was fully explained by the
two aldermen and Supt. North, and
Messrs Peterson, Maddock, T. Edwards and J. Abrahamson took part
in  the subsequent discussion.
COMING MHI5
APRIL   3     f.M.C.A, Gymnastic, Exhibition,
Door   sr ree at ing   poets   ar
rive about   »he   eime time.
Wore than  e  blanket  mortgage    I*
needed      to   I eep a   house   warm        In
I cold   weather.
The Portland Oregonian    does not
considei   the  importation of    C,hino»n
eggs   will   affect,   the   local     industry .
The majority of tbe people ure mri.
ous  enough  to      want,  to  know  what
they  are eating.
The   family   remedy   for   Courhi   and Coldi.
"Shlloh coitt  ao   little   and dote   ao much'"
IHIS STOMACH REMEDY
HELPS YOUR FRIENDS
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treat
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help r.
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like,  ■'■'■ *ant fou i.i. '
•    the     more   Me i       ',000
Stores, and In tbj.i town only   A out
'tor., the Bews drug  itore       Thr<te
sizes,   2fi0,  nfle nnd $I.0A
BIRTH
DAVIS—On Thursday, March   ■■    mi
le,   Mr.   and   Mm.   O.O.P    Hams,     n
'•   ighter.
When  a  foul   has      nothing    lo  nay
he's  never Hntisfied  until  hr Hays  It
Canada's national Game
Mr. Joe Lally, whos* name is inseparably connected with lacrosse all
over Canada, was in town yesterday
Mr. Lally is ou a tour across the Dominion reviving the national game,
which somehow has been falling into
neglect among sportsmen, and giving
place to the American nutional game
of baseball. In company with Mr.
Manning, chairman of the sehool
board, Mr. Lally visited the three
schools of our city on Friday, and
spoke to the hoys on the subject of
lacrosse. He explained the origin of
the game nnd how it is connected
with the Indians and early Canadian
history. He advised the formation
of junior and senior leagues for the
public schools and offered a gold
medal for the championship. Lac -
.ticks are being specially manu
factured for the boys, both big and
little, which can be purchased at 50
and  2">  cents.
Mr. Lally succeeded in rousing u
One pitch of enthusiasm among the
ind before long there is no
doubt the effects of his address will
l.e very apparent. Needless to Bay,
the school principals and the members of the school board. will give
their   I lupport   to   this     re
vival  of   air splendid national game.
Weekly Weather Report
From   I -th   to   -Ith   Maria     I i| I.
'. .i   Total amount ol bright
•unsbine   Id hours and     u minutes,
rain  .i'1 Inch,     highest    temperature
.;   20tb,  lowest  39.6 on 22nd.
Pol il   imo inl   ol    bright
ne   II   hours  and       :A   minutes,
rain  .1)   ineh, highest     temperature,
63 on  20th,   lowest  lo on   18th
mo i otal amount ol bright
lunsbine 15 hours and !i minutes,
..nn   'i   inch, blgbesl  temperature 63
"I.,   lowest e      ,    • 1 Hi.
Wesliiilnsle ;      I; ,,,, (I    ,nc|,t
h . itun   '-•  on  I'.'th   and
■mil   lowest 37 on _4t'i.
KaffilOOps    Total   am,,■ml.   of bright
unsbine   Ifi hour i    ,ie,<i 30 minutes,
rain .16 Ineh, highest temperature 00
.i   "'Hi    'ist ami .'inl, lowest 80 OS
I III,
Barkei rill* 3no« I in inches, highest  temperatur*     W on I'lst, lomst
in on   18th  and   nth
I'rince Rupert Rain In unh, highest temperature dfl on i 'th and 2nth,
lowest   38,   on  Wttd.
Atlin    Snow    '. .in      meh.■a      highest
temperature  i.' ra 2ist, i<,we„t     u
■ rn 90th
DaWIOn No rain ot -in" highest
'emperntiire 40 on Jlst and 22nd,
lowest  S   below on  18th.
Stylish Young Fellows
THE masterful styles we are  showing
appeal to the "Stylish Young Fellow" as
no other kinds can.
There is style without " freakiness".    Fit and
quality that mark lhe wearer as a well-dressed young man.
And they cost no more than lhe common
soit.
Get Our Idea of Stylish Clothes
McRae Mercantile Co.
The Up-To-Date Men's and Boys' Furnishings Store.
SAY, BOYS, SEE OUR STOCK OF NEW SHOES
Some Shoes! Believe Me!
Boys' Strong School Bluchers in          V'ouths'strong school bluchers
Box Calf, sizes! to 5.     $2.80       In boxcalf, ll to 18 $2.50
Boys'Dressy Lace Shoe* in Box i'oulhs'  dressy   boots  in box
(.'all, sizes I io."i, (sizes     $3.00       calf, sizes llto 13, J sizes.$2.65
It,us' Gunmetal Buttons,  Bize*         Vouths'gunmetal,buttons,sizea
'liie.i, j size*       $3.75       11 tolS, i sizes $3.25
Boys' Tnn Call Bluclicr, 1 to 5, hall al;on   $4 00
THE ROYAL SHOE STORE    HOWSON BLOCK
Craigellachie Notes
A most enjoyable whist drive was
held at Craigellachie on Saturday at
the home of Mr, and Mrs. A. S.
Aldertoii. This is the lirst of a series of drives, dances and concerts to
be arranged to raiBe funds to build
a much needed hall and Bchooi houso.
Cards were played and a few lively
tunes rendered on the phonograph,
until iiiidniRht, when a dainty supper wus served hy the ladies of the
committee.
The ladies' prize (or high score, a
very  pretty hand  painted vase,    was
won by Mrs. I,vth, and donated by
Mrs. Stewart. The gentleman's prize
a silver mounted pipe, won by Mr.
J.W. McDonald, waB donated by Mr.
W.  Waddell.
There was also a boohie prize, a
mysterious box, which was won by
Miss CulliS of Taft, the last named
being put up for sale (unopened) by
our expert auctioneer, J.E.R., and
netted a goolly sum foi the funds.—
(mystery! well say). ThiB booble
box might contain a tiara of diam -
onds, or pearls, but ask Billy he was
the donator.
The  next  event      will    he    a  picnic
party, the date not set at present.
rxz
T II E_
Kodak  Store
3A  Special   Reduced to  $60.00
A full stock of Kodaks at List Prices.
Folding Brownie Cameras $5, $7, $9, $10, $12
Brownie   Cameras $1, $2, $3 and $4
Films and  Papers    always a fresh stock.
Let us do your Printing and developing.
Easter Postcards. 25c to $1.50 a Dozen
Easter Cards lOc, 15c and 25c Each
EASTER   PERFUMES
SPBCIAIi ODORS
Gardenglo.. $2.50 per 0/
Mary Garden    2.50    "
Houbigants' Ideal   2.50    "
Godet's Rose Amlire    1.00    "
BEWS'   DRUG   STORE
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