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T{evelstoke, the Capital of Canada's Alps."
The Mail-
paid
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Vol. 20—No 27
REVELSTOKE,  B. C. APRIL 4, 1914
$2.50 Per Year
NOTICE!!
Re£ V Your Vote!
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If you are a male Bru       W      ... :J1 years of age, a resident of
British  Columbia for six months, and of the Revelstoke Riding for
one month you are entitled to have yout   'name   inserted    on tbe
voter's list.   But you muBt make pcrsonnt-'itppiienttoii to this effect
and sign a form provided for this purpose.   And in order to have
your name iucluded on the. list, which will he revised on the Third
Monday in May you must make application before the sixth day of
April.
In the Revelstoke District there may be qualified voter s who
arc not registered as such. This should not be, but it is always
the case, with the result that when nn election comes round many
are found bitterly complaining thnt they bave no vote. The fault
of course, is entirely their own.
Ample facilities are afforded for all to register, and the Revelstoke Conservative Association would urge all residents of this
Riding who are duly entitled to exercise this franchise to see without delay that their names are enrolled on the Register of voter's.
Forms aad al! information can be obtained and the necessary
declaration taken by applying to A. E. Kincaid, President City
Association, H.J. Parker, Secretary, and W.R. Reid, Arrowhead,
President  District   Association,   or   R.   D.   Macdonald,   Secretary.
REVELSTOKE CONSERVATIVE      ASSOCIATION
DOWN. AND
ALMOST OUT
Mr.  T    Kilpntrick  presided at
AN   APPEAL
There lies in the Revelstoke hospital a man who has lost one hand completely and practically all the fingers
oi his omcr naud as iu result ^i injuries received on tbe railway track
in  this  district.   How he came       by
thooe   injuries  is a      matter   we   have
meeting of the    Board of Trade held
not    sufficient knowledge of to speak i
authoritatively, and until we bave ln tlle ^ Hi,u <JI> Thursday night,
such knowledge we will leave thut I when there were also present Messrs.
phase of the matter. ! Wallace,  Lawrence,  Patterson, Wood
This man  was jumping u  ride whan   j    sibbald,     und the secretary  (Mr.
the occurrence  which has resulted so
badly for him     occurred.   He is an-
out-of  work, an hoo-boo if you  like.   REVELSTOKE    NATIONAL    PARK.
What his past has beeu  we do     not
BOARD OF TRADE
EOULAR MEETING
Assistance for District Exhibit.—Arrow Lake Producers
Anxious for Affiliation.—Publicity Campaign.—Revelstoke National Park.
a [extent of an ulliiliuted branch of tho
Board being formed, with possibly a
local  executive  for  the  district referred  to.
it waa decided that a reply on the
above lines should be forwarded, the
PUBLIC
WORKS
OFFICE
Removal to Nelson
Instructions have been received
from tbe Chief Engineer of the De -
partment of ! ,-■..;-■ ,• Ottawa
that the ou.. District  Engine
er for Kootenay is to be transferred
from Revelstoke to Nelson, and the
change is now being in.ide.
The reason ruin for the change is
that Nelson is in closer proximity to
matter to be left over until the next j t'le  greater number of     works being
(.'.  H.  Macdonald).
ODDFELLOWS
■AT HOME"
CUSTOMS
REVENUE
The I.O.O.F   "at home"  which was ]    The following     is    a
know,  aud we do not care.   At  pres-
1 ent he is in a  plight  which deserves
the     sympathy  of all,    aud  it is ou
that subject we desire to say a   few
| words to our readers.
Mr.   J.   Dings  has  interested  him
sell  in  the case and has already deposited in n trust account in a local
bank the proceeds of a collection taken  in  thc  camps  outside  Kevelstoke
on behalf of the sorely injured     man
iu  the  hospitul.
Yesterday a representative    of   the
I "Mail-Herald"   saw   the   Mayor       of
Revelstoke, Mr. H. McKinuon, in connection   with  the  relief  fund  started
by Mr.  Dings.   The     Mayor    readily
agreed to receive subscriptions      towards the fund at the city orliccs.and
comparative   to act 0_    a committee to supervise
held in the Masonic Hall on Wednea-  statement of Revelstoke revenue   for   tne proper allocation of the proceeds
day night, was one of tbe most successful social events ever held in Rev-
ilstoke. The local members of tbe
order, wnich is celebrating the fiftieth year of its useful existence in B.
C. this year, number practically everyone in the city amongst their friends and it was only to be expected
therefore that the occasion should bo
largely attended, as was thc case.
The members of Selkirk lodge No. 13
assisted by members of the Rehekah
Lodge, received their guests, aud
most hospitable arrangements wcie
made for the entertainment of all
present. The company numbered about 2,'iU.
In the upper hall sixteen tables
were devoted to progressive whist,
and dancing was enjoyed downstairs
to the strains ol Orr's orchestra. Tbe
dancers kept the fun going well on
into the small hours of Thursday
morning, and everyone spent a thoroughly enjoyable time. Appetising
refreshments were served at a suit -
able Interval In the proceedings.
The Selkirk lodge was established
some twenty-four years ago it is interesting to recall, ut Donald.
That  tbe    Oddfellows    will demon-
the fiscal years 1912-13 and l'J13-ll
1912-13
1913-11
April   	
...S 4540.25
8 4219.97
May    	
...   6481.97
6058.68
June 	
...    28-111.90
2697.81
July   	
...    8063.78
6292.05
August  	
...   2994.80
11271.01
September ...
...    3117.11
3650.511
October  	
...    17:12.70
4157.--1
November  ...
...    505U.-, 1
3782.311
December ... .
....   40-9.or.
4073.63
January 	
...    2985.25
3064.91
February ... .
....   i i9i.de
3338.22
March 	
....   5690.04
2597.88
Total  (50007.56       855175.5!*
Increase for Fiscal Year 85172.02
REVELSTOKE  PORT  REVENUE
1913-14
.$ 190C4.U3
1912-n
April  	
May  	
June  	
July 	
A-gUSt    ...
September
October   ...
November  .
December    .
January ...
February   .,
3IIM.9H
20260.26
27508.52
17802.70
19988.52
18871.02
23244.62
14972.50
17'2l)8.ll
211271.57
24892.93
Btrate their  recognition  of  thc social  March
side  of  their  work in  an  equally pleasing manner in the not distant fut-1    Total ..$.ri0330.S7
ure is the hope of all     who enjoyed |
their hospli  lity  on  Wednesday. Increase for fiscal year of M2194.49.
Tbe prises in connection with     the  Details of Revelstoke Port Revenue:
progressive whist were awarded as
follows: Ladles first prize, Miss
Foote; 1 idles consolation prize, Mrs.
Campbell; gentlemen, first prize, Mr.
Htuhh,  consolation prize,  Dr.  Heard.
SACRED CONCERT
The program, printed elsewhere   in
this  issue,   of   Miss  Parker's  arrange
ments for tin- lacred concert on (Good
Frlduy evening, promises a delightful
evening. There is n wide variety in
the Selections, both In theme and
setting, and tbe quality of the music
leaves nothing to be desired,
Kvery pel son that has an interest
in the best the musical world has to
ofler should make an effort to be preB
ent, tin- names ol the artistes ensure
thnt the numbers fiwill bl efficiently
rendered und Miss Parker is an host
iu hersilf. The concert tnkeB place ln
the Masonic Hall, admission being
75 ccntB and 60 cents.
8 Of) H §1 IS Ll (§ ® -a k an® ® H P
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P MANNING'S MAKE
1912-13
Kevelstoke   ...
Ashcroft  	
('■olden    	
KatnloopB    ...
Kelowna   ...
Vernou    	
Armstrong,   p
liarkerville P.
Clinton
Endt-rby
l.illooet
Merritt,
150 Mils
Pentlcton
P. O...
P. <>..
P. 0...
P. 'J .
House
P.  .)
.$ 50007.5fi
.   31615.13
.   33155.64
.   87625.90
.   34676.57
.   574_6.68
711.02
175.25
2W.89
430.32
348.13
536.41
463.1 I
1280.07
384.07
07.81
•-'03.01
1020.0S
of the fund.   With thut guarantee we
confidently  appeal to our leaders to
S 4219 97  nell) a *ellow mau w'10 Is i" dire distress and whose future,  unless he is
2697.81  Prov*ded for, must be so black that
it is ditjicult to realise it.
This is not an attempt at an eloquent appeal lor lunds to be spent
in attempting to remodel the morals
of yellow men in China, or in con-
■. men in Africa from
"heathenism" to any other "ism." It
is a plain statement of the sad plight
of a white man who is now nn in -
mate of the Kevelstoke hospital, tbo
victim of one of the tragedies of life
whose necessity is dire, who is down
—and almost out.
When you have read this don't say
"How awful", and then forget the
matter, or_"Something should be
done for him by someone." and do
11 thing yourself You cannot with -
bold yo ir sympathy—bow much is
your sympathy worth?
This is a case at your own door, in
your own town. The victim may be
a stranger in the sense that he is
not a regular resident of this town
or district, but he is here, nnd he
needs nssistancc and always will
1 live him your assistance. The Mayor
   will see that the donations to      the
8302525.49 fnml ',riJ properly applied, and we
Bhall be pleased to acknowledge all
subscriptions through cur columns.    :
Is this mnn to face a d rl
without hope,  without friends?      Wo
believe the people of Revelstoke  will
answer     these     queries,  and for the j
present  we leave the mntter there.
The secretary read a letter from
Mr. R.-\ Oreen, M.P., Ottawa, ou
the subject ot the Dominion grant to
the Revelstoke National Park, which
has been previously published.
PROSPECTING TRIP.
The secretary reported thai in reply
to a letter lioni California ne uud for
warded Uuonnation regarding the dis
trict, routes, etc., to au inquirer who
proposed undertaking a piospectmg
trip this summer iu the RevelBtoke,
Big Bend district.
The secretary reported he had replied to other Inquiries for information about the Revelstoke district.
DISTRICT  EXHIBIT.
The following letter liom Mr. T.E.
L. Taylor, secretary ol tbe Revelltoke Agricultural Associatiou, was
read:
Our Associatiou
senuing an cshiuit to the Douuuiou
Fair at Victoria aud the Provincial
Exhibition ut New Westminster this
year, and us tbe expense iu connection with these exhibits will amount
to nuite a sum, and as th; benefit to
be derived from an advertising point
• f view is a very important factor,
we woiUd ask you to ne kind enough
handled by the Department than is
Revelstoke, and therefore that they
can be better supervised from tbe for
mer place.
Mr. J.P. Forde, the District Engineer, when asked regarding the
move, stated that while for personal
reasons be i^     sorry to leave Revel-
Imeeting pending investigation into
the legal pasition as to the scope of
the Board of Trade.
MAPS  WANTED
Arising from au Edmonton request
for maps of land available for settlement in the     Revelstoke district the
possibility of obtaining reliable de-'stoke, which has been his home for
tails concerning this and kindred mat ' many years nnd where bc and hid
ters was discussed, with the result family have very many good friends.
that the secretary and Mr. Wallace he feels that the change is in the
were deputed to go into the subject interests of the work of the Depart-
and to approach Mr. T. Wadman in'ment. and is of the opinion that he
regard to it with a view to enabling , will be able to handle the work more
the Board to deal with the Edmon - effectively and eceinoniically fri:- N.l
ton and similar requests. 'son,  and therefore he c
DESCRIPTIVE  FOLDER. |tne decision of the Chief Engineer is
in fair one.
Mr. Lawrence submitted a specimen
folder dealing with the advantages
and natural resources of Revelstoke
snd district which had been drawn up
by him in conjunction witb other
helpers.
A
Thoroughbred Stock
Rev.  W.  0   Calder
21S72.39
•J'.I2!I0.3G
80259.34
21645.41
28371.01
65706.92
19003.44
16609.79
171'.'-.17
17116.21
188<2.19
lt*,5:i-.37
idded six    nn re
general     opinion    was expressed ' head of stock to his     herd of thor-
c, nte-iiDlatea ^ " WM hi"'' U'Ue the tolder WUS °llShbre<l Ayrshire cows on Tuesday,
issued, and after discussion of details , The animals were purchased from the
us to how to obtain the best results leading Ayrshire Stock Breeders at
Irom the scheme approved same mon- the coast. All are government test-
ths ago. during which Mr. Patterson ed and record of performances cows,
gave valuable hints, it was unanim-j thus ranking high as milk producers.
ously decided that the issue of fold- Mr. ('aider contemplates further adders on lines approved l y the meeting ing to his herd of high-class animals
Bhould be loft in tbe bgnds of the .is bis increasing
committee appointed to deal with the | This is the Qrst ittempt on ai y b sale
mntter the understanding being that of introducing thoroughbred -
to consider the donation ol one doz.   the -ork _„„„,,, ,,„ proc0Pde() with at   ,„ ^ c„mil,unitv     ,. ; ,. M
museum jars ior use In the exhibit-  the enrliest p0BBibie date. ,,,,,,  to .,., ,..    . fl
ing oi preserved fruits.   Trusting this 1 .       .. .__. ,,  ,
.,, ,-.,„- NEW POST OFFICE I"11- Ul* farming Interests to s
matter      will  receive  your  favorable; ervox   urrRi.. , ,
»■      .. m.   aiKu-ij , t  , , iL     plane
consideration. Mr.  hibbnld  brought forward the
Tbe secretary  tabled prices he  had   matter of thc new Post. Office build-
obtained for supplying jars of      tho   Ing.   The
description referred to. | Information  he bad obtained in  con
nection with this matter, as did also
Mr.  Wallace.
PROPOSED  REMOVAL  OF  PUBLIC
works office.
Anent the proposed removal of the
Public Works Oilice from Revelstoke
and the transfer of Mr. Forde and his
1913-14
8 55179.5s
37036.07
24618.17
102337.83
25008
5026
781.66
218.62
425.29
570.3'J
1:1:
S Farmers Institute Notes
The chairman said it was import   |
ant, according to  tbe information he
had,  that the jnrs should ull be     of
the  Bame size and   make for  use      in1
ection with the exhibit.
Mr.  Lawrence—The idea is for    uao
in  tbe  form  of a  permanent  exhibi - .
tion.
The Chairman—Yes.   Hie added that
the intention was to make it a thor- I
Highly representative exhibit. It
appeared  thai a   Breat   deal  depended
upon the variety  of products,     etc., j
exhibited  In   regard      to  successfully
competing with other districts.     Lo-
cal growers had 1 n furnished with  j
seed on the understanding that &
portion of . the produce therefrom
e1 ould be available for exhibition pur
poses.
Mr. Lawrence moved that tbe re-
quest be acceded t,, after definite ln-
fi.rm.it i .11 had been obtained as to
the description and size ol jars required;  the  Board   of Trade  I,,  fum-
,ofa superior quality.   The    Ayrshire
cow,   while not   yielding po a
Chairman gave the meeting |quantit_ M tK,. HflW ..^
Ing so high in the butl -the
Jersey, strikes the happj d
produces a mi] | jested   and
for this reasi a  \ irticularly   ad    -
for the family and in the case
icate    infants    aiding    in      bringing
about healthful conditions.  Th
Imals a st  M od round
staff to Nelson which the contemplat  sunl ranging -250 to JIM     per
cd change is said to involve. bend.   This enterprise     demands the
Mr.    Lawrence     moved     that the   tnollpn';f"1  consideration  of  the  peo-
Poard communicate  with  Mr.  R.  F.  Ple "f Revelstoke.
Green, M.P., at Ottawa, on the sub-1	
ject, urging  Revelstoke's claims     to     It must have been moving pictures
bave this offli    here, pointing out the  tbe San Francisco artist drew   that
istrong geographical position of Rev- caused the governor   te. release him
j elstoke in this connection and asking   from confinement    in      a    Call!  rnia
I him to use nis best endeavors      to    prison.
have this     i.iliee     retained in Revel-	
stoke.
This matter was regarded as one of
urgency nnd  it. was decided te. telegraph Mr. tireen on the sub-ect tbat
night..
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  lish one dozen jars of the kind      re
The regular monthly meeting ol the  quired.
Farmers'   Institute  will  be  held      onl     "1    Waller,, seconded, nnd  the  1110
jl  Saturday, the I ith Inst, at s p.m.,  tion was agr I to.
iTI.e:
•In  the   Smythe      Hall.   This  I
Quesnel P. 0. ...
See.la   Creek   P.(I
8, Fort Qeorge,
Summerlnnd
Fort Oeorge p.o
Total 	
$260330.87   >':,.()2526.4'.t
Increase for fiscal year of $42104.68.
K11.54  Piomlm to beol Interest  Ln view ol
1541.10  """  ""bject for  discussion—"Co-oper-
,;,,! -7    atlOO   in  Seed  um!   Feed."      Ths  i
117 |J7 i l"'ove   important  as   leading   lip      to
AN   ARROW    PARK    REQUEST.
The following con,       cation   *vas
lead   fl-'in   Mi.   I''redi"ick   Job,   KTTOW
Park,  B.C.
near sir,--As secretary of  a
,,,,;  ,;,;      fliltlll'I      M 11 ll     fUllST     CI I   ' - |HT B t i I Ul      illCV
1192*24 OT^ing pertaining to tbo farmer and *i>d means committee for forming   a
' his   interests     Pamphlets   hav n   progreSilvd  association,   I   have   I n
Mr. Lawrence moved tbat the secretary be Instructed to write t,,    Mr.
Bury,  of  the   O.P.R.,   regarding      the
gradual reduction ol operations     ut
tbe local C.P.K. shops and the H.-nd
ing to Calgary of repairs which formerly  were earned   out   line,   with    a
requosl that if possible arrangements
would tie  made for such  work to   qe
ways  done at  Revelstoke.   ThiB waa unanimously agreetl to.
819.45
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When you are shopping today,  do not overlook  our
EASTER NOVELTIEH
Make your selections early,
from one ot the most varied
stocks ever shown iu the city
MANNING'S.
The statement of the Argentine
meat exporters that the Chicago
beef trust haa no stukc in thnt country  appears to be a  mistake.
Tbe damage to Col. Roosevelt's
baggage in South America wub not
as leriOUS ns the lirst dl sp,itches Bto-
ted     The typewriter was saved.
Japanese    women  nre  said  to     be
Jf WlfilMf WfflfflPBfflHMlS' Japs.
S the happiest in the world. Ihe reason
(fl Ihey nre cheerful, even tempered and
|i| good iiatiired ts foiftul in the fact
fashion In clothes In the island
This has a
ffll to make the men  happv too
H Dame Fashion plays hoh with thc
fflpoCkel book of the family pr..tect.,r
l.iiml  provider.  Wonderful  people,    the
D  that
H kingdom  never changes
distributed through the malls to the asked to write to you as to whether REVELSTOKH national park
members of the Institute On the w* Could join your association as or- Mr. Sibbald asked for information
Field Crop Competition, it is imped dlnary members or become an afflillat regarding the present position of
these will be carefully studied and ed branch of your organisation. We matters in connection with the Rev
when thc time comes a number be ''-el that it would bea mutual bene elstoke National Park und any in-
found in this competition. Members i:t and that yon could help njt con titnutioii .is to future iutentionB
are urged to attend with regularity slderably both In advertising and .which might be available,
thc monthly meetings ol the Funnels marketing, whilst our Interests would j The Chairman detniled the reaultB
Parliament and aid in making this Dol DB likely to dash ns would ho j of his examination of a plan of tho
Institute b powerful factor In the life , the case if we lotned ,i board of trade jpark which he had seen, which     in-
of thiB Community, |nearei   home    and we  look   upon   your  formation   was  regarded  as most Bat-
Powder for thc use of memberB of  town  ns the natural  head of the Ar-   Isfaotory.
tin- institute has now arrived and can   ">«*  Lukes.
be had upon application to tin Sec- Of course, we understand our population and Business would not war
runt u« forming an Independent board
of trade of our own.
Please  give  tne  an  early  reply ns  I
have to call n general  mwHti"  nl the
minim; MATTERS
Mr. Lawn        would
from Mr. i -i
mining matters to be given nt     tbe
leeting of the Board, ai I
di it.,ot-: to arrangi   th    matl      rlth
gentleman,   tl    , •.   red     I    I
'        VieW
ind Mr. Ililil)
• ould !
and  valuahli tloi     which    at
ncture would be peculiarly   ap
prophate.
Mr, '.' ■ -, i
I    *  ■■■       left •     Ml    '    -.'.renro
te. Interview Mr,  Bib!    in  thi     iss
tion, ti    i. msn being • b cted to
rshlp ..f tbe P" ird.
TH wks TO MR. R.P. ORBBN
"in •   pres Ion of the Bo .-'** thanks
li  to bi forwarded to Mr. R.F. Creen
M.P.   at   Ottawa,   f,,r   r.iS   HerVlCCS     in
connection witb the reorganisation of
tin- land office department at Revel-
itoke.
tetary. .
Baltimore mlniBters took a vote for
ind Igalnst inviting Evangelist ltilly |
Snndny to save the Oriole city. The,
score Stood I'll for the Sunday side district ub soon as f cim lay facts
nnd 211 for the opponents. Unless the before them, and thanking you In
•■'- t■■ boll   the verdict ol the bai-.anticipation,
lot.   Baltimore  refuses  to  be      lavsd,      Tim   chairman   thought  the  reipiest
md will slide into tbe bottomless pit ]might well be complied with to   the
Mr. Sibbald said if the motor road
could In- completed before thc San
Francisco fair it would mean a great
addition to tourist traffic to aad
through  RevelBtoke.
The Chairman Bald he would like to
see the road put through completely
even If the work wub not finished up
nt once. Once the route tad been
Cleared It would be nn easy matter
to complete tbe work on tbe roud
later.
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THE   MAIL-HERALD,    REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,  APRIL 4th, 1914.
REID <& YOUNG
Wash Dresses
American Wash Dresses, exceptional
values at $2.00
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.
Ladies' Spring Coats
Bought from three of the best Canadian
manufacturers—no two alike—all goods
coming to hand in the last few days by
express.
Up-to-Date
Millinery
Our stock is kept fresh and up-to-date
by fresh arrivals by express from the
east.
* REID <& YOUNG *
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1 H.E. HULETT I
WOOD DEALER
I*. O. Box 849,
Revelstoke, B.C.
1   Firat-clasa wood, dry or green
full
I   livery.
*       full   measure,   prompt de
V   TERMS   CO.D. unless other-
«L   wipe iiran  p<1     Discount for
§   cash
Phone R isli l ii!-i- fn
BOURNE BROS. STORE
W. PARRY
Auctioneer
McKenzie Ave.
l@I«Ig!K[«_«_i_« i-i_i-I«imwi-imimiwmiwim
TOHN LEE
■  in  SILK GOODS an 1   BANC'S
THINGS.    Prettiesl Dei
AUCTION SALE-APRIL 4th
at 2 o'ciock in thc afternoon
OFRANCHING OUTFIT
Including k"<"1s ,ls follows:
One Team of Horses, 2 Sets of
Harness, 1 Wagon, Stoves, Plow,
Barrow, Cross Cut Saws. Hoes,
Rakes, Pitch Forks, Garden Tools
of every description.
1 ILLOW CUSHIONS
DRESSMAKING.    Fil   ruaranti
lostumes made in
any material to suil spei ial ordt i -
JOHN LEE
FRCNT STREET.     LOWER TOWN
LVERYTHING MIST  BE
SOLD WITHOUT RESERVE
TERMS   SPOT CASH
Under instructions of .   .   .
J. TOWARD
SYNOPSIS OF GOAL MINING
REGULATIONS.
Coal mining rights of the Dominion
;    '■' initoba,   Sttiti.'.tcbcwun  and   Al-
irta, the Yukon Territory, :b«
-.-t Territories and in a portion o! t ' i ■ .. ..■ • ' ' -.t.dh Col-
.m: la, may he leased i^r a term o!
twi-r.ty-i'Le years at an annual rental o! tl an acre. Not more thar
2.5vj a-'ree w:!l i,e leaied to one applicant.
Applicat.on fi r least mutt be made
by  t>_e applicant arson    to    the
gM t oi Bub -gent ol the district
.ii wine-, tl.r .... « ... . ■ • '• lot are
•ItUaU *
Th« Iff-.*-  wl'.l  ln> i ide -.he roil  mia-
, : .te only, hut ths leaves may
ti* permitted to purchase wkaUf.tr
available • ..•"' •    •  mny  he  r  r.
t rs Dso-Mttry lot ths a rking of
the mlns at the rats of tlO.OO an
sere.
Id k ITTSyi id miist
: •      sacribs       .—   '
■nb-diriaions ol  sections,  and  -.n un-
»■;.-> ...    • irril  ; •   tht  .traet », p -1
■  . ■        ■   stake : - at oy the   »p ■
■   himself.
.icnrt   mOfl   tit Met x; «n
by a lee ol t.*i which irill bs r»-
funded .f ths rights appHed lor art
not available, but not otherwise*. A
royalty     shall    he paid  00  the mer
chactnt.'e out|iut of the mine at tin
rate of five cents j.er ton.
The person operating the rn.i.e nhall
furnish the a. b sworn returns
account,n« for the full quantity of
■merchftritiilile coal mined and pay tht
royalty tt.ireon. II the coal mining
rights are not bring operated, such
returns should he furnitbi-il at least
once a year.
For full Information application
should be made to tht Secretary of
the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to the Agent or Rub-Agent
arf Dominion Lands.
W. W. CORY.
SEE THE
REVELSTOKE
NURSERIES
1 OK
CARNATIONS
AND   ROSES
DESIGNS
You will get a
full season's use
out of it.
100 per cent ot
your snapshooting opportunities
will be realised.
You will get the
best value and
lowest price in
town. Perfectly
NEW Goods.
Free instruction gladly given.
____!__ Trueman Stuc
McKenzie Ave.
A   Douglas   Tourner
d
The Revelstoke Nurseries
PHONF.  ">ft
W. H.-POTTRCFF.
Revelstoke
Transfer
J. H. CURTIS
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Kootenay Agencies
PHONE   46
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ITS PLEASANT
TO BE SERVED
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THE FINE MEAL YOU WILL ENJOY
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bearl I
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WINDSOR    CAFE
A. (I. Tin \h iron Manager,
Stops Failing fbir
E. G. BURRIDGE & SON
Plumbers and Tinsmiths
Repairs,   Hot Air and Furnace
-work a Specialty
-WORK   SHOP
Oonnaught Avo.   -   Rovoiatoko
Stole For a M.ssioe/
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asked  ■
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:   to   make
ii,.' theft,
It is
iin- regulatloi    regardl   - •  ■
play ol undi iped flg n
iii capita] do noi apply to plniti
1'nrlH.
FORESTRY FACTS
The production ol Douglus Fir lum
ber has increased thirty-eight per
cent in the last two years, according
to a recent publication of the Dominion Forestry Branch on the forest
products of Canada. This percent -
age is double that of any other leading Canadian wood for the same period. This tree made up 67.7 per cent
of the total lumber production of
British Columbia, which province is
estimated to contain as much timber
as all the rest of Canada. The importance of the Douglas lir is exemplified by a statement made by Dr.
C.S. Sargent, the leading authority
on American trees, who says: '*No
other American tree of thc first magnitude is so widely distributed, or
can now afford so much timber, and
the rapidity of its growth and its
power of reproduction under favorable conditions make it tho most val
uable inhabitant ol the great coni -
ferous forest of the northwest."
Hickory is (he strongest Canadian
wood. When properly seasoned a hie
kory column will support a weight
of twelve tons per square inch cross-
section, which is considerably more
than what could be borne by a pillar
of cast, iron or steel of the same length and w>oight.
The natives of Ceylon eat one and
a half million cocoanuta a day. There
are sixty million cocoanut trees on
this land, and the surplus production
of nuts is chiefly used to make cor-
pa, the dried 'meat' of the nut,which
is a valuable source of vegetable oils
It is estimated that tbn-e are produced yearly 600,000 to 700,000 tons
i.f copra valued at sixtv live million
dollars.   One-quartfr t:'   world's
production comes from ti'e Philippine
Islands.
Canada has trebled Its production
ol paper in the last three years.
In tin 157.IM square miles recently
added to northern Ontario there is
very little timber ol any present value. Mr. J.B. Tyrrell, reporting on
his trip through this new district of
Patricia, says: "Aiost of the timber
was small and much of it has been
burned. Larch or 'tamarack.' is associated with white and hlacJt spruce
to the northern limit, of the district,
but unfortunately most of the   trees
are   dead."
	
' Weather forecasts were used last
slimmer by the Dominion Forestry
Branch in regulating the lire-protective patrol in the Railway Belt, British Columbia. As thc prevailing
(finds were westerly thc weather to
i expected In the interior of the
province could be toretold by tele-
grapb many hours in advance, and
li there was little danger to bc ex-
the District Fire Inspector
would permit a temporary decrease in
lilway patrol,
.-   British  India the Forest Service
annual revenue of over one
quarter million hollars     from
utal oi grazing privileges      on
oresl  areas  under government     ad-
ii.    The  l'i-iti'«l  States For
■        pai bi cured a reven-
aillion dollars by thc
-.ime  method.    But  In  Canada,    dur-
■- li  year,  the  issuance
Its on Dominion For-
Resei  e       netted  tha  Forestry
" bu dred dollars
,'overnment,  however,
■   sing  regulat
not  only  permit   thc
- lands on
lea'    '.ill   il   the       same
I lie  Tut -
il * nlon Fores
PQMTRY IliSTOY
IT Hit
smion.
CURES
COUGHS
&COLDS
Vprll   I      wini.i
In 1 ton    bave
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id   ithei  i- .Ki.-in
bi id thai
■ et  ovei lone In   Mtn,
'•'lr!' It    of        Hie,
poultry (arm  .,i h
reporti   tbal   fully
Imported
Irom i be United lone      last
.' 'i Tbli,"    he said, "indicates
. before
•   .a . -.
port   ii idi   '   'i be   produi tion  In   ai
l.e  1 I.,     In     1913 :,
[g i,    ei-i '    ■   ' ■! f>88,   md 687,
1)81 fowl, estimated al    110, 50    The
provincial governmenl   baa Installed
UM III.III..1 •:     ,'.|l I.    :i    total    e     p u-jly      of
1,000    egg       ii the li farm,
• in i - one 'i.'v '.id i in .     .... .i..id to
gl  iwen   at    nrlii il   BO  '      There       nre
7no pure     bred birds al tbe station,
Several hundred    will be added this
year      R)gg   eueleu   are   being   ori:anls-
•d in various ooi unities,
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.
beg to announce that they have opened up offices at the
corner of First Street and Connaught Avenue for the purpose of handling real estate, limber, etc. It will pay you to
call and get particulars, and get in on ground floor prices.
We also make a specialty of listed property.
A. McRae,
President.
T. Kilpatrick,
Sec.-Treasurer
P. O. Drawer No. 4.    Telephone No. 321.
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P. BURNS & CO., LIMITED
^/Htvayj the   "Best
"ShamrocK!9 'Butter
P. BURNS & CO., Limited
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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
guirantee a fit. The largest assortment of samples in
the city to select from.    Inspection invited.
John M.Intyre -S, Son
First Street. Telephone No. 93
Agents for Consum3rs' Tailoring Company, Toronto.
Phone 254 '
Doors, Windows, Mouldings.
Lime, Cement, Plaster, Fire Clay.
Lumber, Lath and Shingles.
The Globe Lumber Co., Ltd.
The Home for Honest Shoes
Revelstoke's Boot, Shoe & Harness Repairing Co.
A flreat. Stork of the Well Known Shoes "THE KBBN KUT" Juat
arrived. Thin Shm- In all we claim for It and more. Bench made
throughout. By the moet skilled workman nnd under any ordinary ronditioiiH will give double the wear of nny other Shoe at
the Bame prlM.
ARMSTRONG & CO. 1
SATURDAY, APRIL 4th, 1914.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGE THREB
Your Eyesight
IS Important
If you are having any kind of trouble with
your eyes you ought, for your own sake, to act
at once.
Don't pot off the teat.    Delay ia dangerous.
Weakness or strain readily adjusted now at
a moderate cost may be most expensive and perhaps impossible to set right if allowed to develop.
Advice and information willingly given by
F. G. Bews, Optician $> Jeweller
Ladies' House Dresses
and Dainty Blouses
_/4. Nice assortment of the above to hand
Newest Designs and the Latest Styles.
Your inspection invited.
MRS. A. 6. CRICK,
FIRST STREET
AS   EASTER   BLOOMS
upon us thoughts of good things
to eat naturally arise. Among
them our hoi cross buns we not
the least by any means. They are
not ordinary buns with a cross
on tlu-iii. They are specially made
of special dough and are a treat
indeed Do not fail to order
plenty, for you'll want plenty.
HOBSON'S
Phone 41 Box 734
Selkirk   Hotel   Restaurant
Opening up under new management
Mis. M. MARTINSON" begs to announce to the Revelstoke Public
that she intends to open up this restaurant and run it in strictly
first-class stvle. Everything up-to-date and strict attention
given to its patrons.
Give us a call
Open until 12 p. m.
LooK For
Thu Sign
Electric
It means SATISFACTION in PRICE,
STYLE, QUALITY and DELIVERY.
Let us estimate for your next job, or ask
us for ideas, specimens, information—we
can help you.
We Trint^
Catalogues - Billheads - Cards - Menus
Ball Programs • Books and Booklets
Loose Leaf Account Forms - Envelopes
Programs - Wedding Stationery - Tags
Memoriam Cards   -   Lumber Forms, Etc.
DOUKHOBORS
PRAISED
Mr. P. W. Peters, general superintendent of British Columbia lines for
the C.P.R., and Mr. R. E. Larmour,
division freight agent, returned from
an incpection of the Kootenay and
Boundury districts. A general improvement in trade conditions is com
mented upon, the opinion of both officials being that the interior port -
ions of the province have not been
feeling the pinch of the financial
stringency to the same e_tent as oth
cr districts.
The cudgels on behalf of the Doukhobors resident in the Boundary and
Kootenay districts were taken up by
by Mr. l'ete-rs on his recent visit. At
Grand Forks, he suid, complaint
was made that employment wus be -
ing given to niemiiers of the colony
by C.P.R. contractors, nud he was
urged to give preference to luborers
of other nationalities. Mr. Peters de
clined to discriminate against tho
Doukhobors, and following a visit to
Brilliant, the centre of the DoU-Uo
bor colony, he gave out an interview
which read  In  part as follows:
"We were surprised and glad to see
the work which the Doukhobors have
done and the large amount of acreage which they have developed and
placed uinler cultivation. Our busi -
ness dealing with the settlers has
shown them to be honest, industrious
and reliable and we have made ar -
rangements to reopen the station at
Brilliant and to place en agent in
charge then- after April I. The Douk
.in i n i . due traffic which shows
that they are doing much development work and are distributing wealth in the country as a whole. They
ure not like some settlers we have ,
who are constantly moving about,
and are s-uding all their surplus
funds back to their former homes—
they cultivute the soil and purchase
their goods in this country."
After alluding to the factories
which have been established by Doukhobors as a proof of their industry ,
Mr. liters expressed the opinion that
thc main trouble with the settlers
was their aversion to sending their
children to the public schools. He
thought this could be remedied by
providing Bpecial facilities if the system which had been adopted iu other
parts ol Canada could be applied iu
this province.
"Ultimately the communal    settlement     will lie broken up," remarked
I the general superintendent,  "as have
other  colonies    run on  similar  lines,
but for the  present  I am of the  opinion that some patience should be exercised, Borne   compromises   efleeted,
which    Will  result in the  laws
followed   out in a   reasonable   manlier,
but  without  injury  to  the    religious
i '■'.. ii t.ons ol the member;    of     tho
colony.   We should take into c.e isid-
theii   i i.i ill. their hard   work
uud their    industry, and try to meet
Un in  on   ibis question  ol  education.
. ■! i. laded men   u tali  country
should  recognise  the  valuable    iiti.ili-
ties of thc Doukhobors    aa    settlers,
tin a- v. : ii   tothe  country as a  whole
.■nd Bhould go slow in any action that
would  huruss  them.    If  they   do  not
the result will be uu    injury to    the
nee."
ising  bia trip  with the Province Mr. Peters said the he and Mr.
iur had visited the sni.lt
Trail ami Inspected many ol tbe other industries in the Boundary districts. They also made an inspect -
Ion "f the various branch lines. Among other Improvement work which
has just lieen started by tin- O.P.R.
is the excavation ol a big tunnel near
Shield.-, which will cut out a sharp
curve, and the erection of two new
bridges.
Mail-Herald Electric Tress
Revelstoke, B. C. Phone No. 8
TYPEWRITTEN    CIRCULARS
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pOMMltbe personal note thai   ordinary punting Inckn.    Drop in
the Mail-Herald nml nsk Ior ipiot.itioim on our printed l.iiimile
typewriting     titttart, circulars, mailing cards, ac. with nil J thr
ctfci tivencis ol rcnl typewriting at n (ruction of its out
YOUR OWN DRUGGIST
BACKS IIIIS LAXATIVE
If  \.',i   only   knew  as  iniirh  as      wo
'u.i those who have uMd them    do
about Rexall Orderlies, you would bo
thuetlaatie aboul  recommending
them al we are. They taste just like
candy and act bo easily and pb.is.int
ly that  taking them is a pleasure.
bave a splendid
tonic, rlennsing and strengthening
effect upon the bowels. They help
free the system and k -p it free from
the ailments that, result from Irregular or inactive bowels They do
this (|iiii-tly. without griping, nausea
purging or excessive looseness. In
a short time they usually make unnecessary the continued uee ol physics We don't nsk you to take our
Word for this. We want you tO in iko
us prove it, and at no cost to fOU,
Buy a box ol Reinll OrdtrlleB. If
not thoroughly BatlBlii-d, tell ns, and
we will return your money without
ejuee-tion. In vest pocket tin boxes;
10c, 2.V.  50c.
Vol  run  buy  Rexall Ordirllea only
I at  The  Rexnll  Stores,  an 1  In     this
town     only of    ur   the IJ^-ws     Drag
1 Store.
QUTTON'Q
OEEDO
for garden and farm ore best
for B.C.soil.See Catalogue for
solid guarantee of purity
and germination.
Send now for Copy free
Sutton .&Sens.Th8 Kind's Soeclmon
R» »clkn^ England
A. J. Wo o d w a r d
Victoria     e\       Vancouver
615 Fori- sr. 667Granvilla Sh
sale acenti vat British Columbia
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BURGESS   AND   TAOGART.
Civil Engineers
Dominion and B. C. Land
Surveyors  and  Contractors.
P. 0. Box 347       Keamloope, B.O.
BrMch  Office—Watson   Realty   Ct.
H.    W.    EDWARDS.
Taxidermist.
Bear Rugs Mounted. Purs cleaned
and Dressed.
35 Second Street, Revelstoke.B.C.
ADVERTISING.
Advertisements,  Catalogues,  Folders,
Circulars,   written   and  designed.
Sales   Organi<3ed     :
FRANK  PAULDING
0. B. N. W1LKIE
PROVINCIAL LAND  SURVEYOR
Office: Lawrence Hardware Block
REVELSTOKE, B. 0.
w.
H.
WALLACE
,  M.B.C.S.A.
ARCHITECT
Box 205
, Telephone
3i». Revelstoke
KOOTENAY LODGE, No. 15 A.F.
and A. M.
Regular Meetings are held in
New Masonic Hull on the Third
Monday in each mouth at S p.m.
Visiting brethren are cordially
welcome.
WALTER BEWS,  W. M.
ROBT.   GOUDON,   Secretary.
C. W. O. W.
Mountain View ramp. No. X29.
Meets     Second    and    Fouith    Mondays  in  each    month    in  Selkirk
Hall.      Visiting Wood-inn ar»
cordially invited to »ttena
JAMES McINTYRH, 0.0.
H. W. EDWARDS, Clerk.
COURT    MT.  BEGB1E    NO. 3461
OF I. 0. F.
Me-aete in  St.  Francis  Lodge Room
every  Second and Fourth Monday
in   Month.   Vi-itin='   Brethern  are
cordially  welcomed.
H. G. GARNER. 0. R.
G.  W.    CARTWRIGHT,    Rec.-Sec.
REVELSTOKE LODGE, No.  1085
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Meets every Second and Fourth
Tuesday in the Selkirk Hall.
Visiting Brethren cordially invited.
A.   R.   Grsnl,  Die.
H. L. Haug, Sec.
BBLKTRK     LOOQB  U, 1. 0. O. F.
Meet! every Thursday evening la
•Selkirk Hall at S o'clock. Viiiting
brethren  cordially Invited.
J. ARTHUR WOODLAND, N. Q.
IAS   MAT HIE,  Sec.
GOLD RANOB  LODGE, No 26
KNIGHTS  OF PYTHIAS
Meets every Wednesday
evening at 8k. Visiting
brothers Cordially invited
II. KBMP8TBR, 0. C.
C. 0.  F.  CANADIAN  ORDER OF
KtilSK.-'TI-'.liS,    MOUNT
McKKNZIE   1372
Court Meets In Foresters Hall,
over Smythc'a Pool Room First
and    Third   Wednesdays   at    8:,10
0.  I).  SHAW, C. R.
A.   H.   MARCHANT,  Rec.-Sec.
DISHES  DISHES
We arc clearing out our stock of Dishes
at prices never before offered to the public of
Revelstoke. 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             " 1.95
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.
Apents for GURNEYS CHANCELLOR Rarges.
BEGIN 1914 ARIGHT —
By sending to your friends those Photographs
you have been promising them for months. Our
styles are up to the minute and the price is right.
EEID   &  B^_._RTO_lsr
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Phone 42    -   Night Phone851,
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Everybody Knows the Value
of a Combination Safe .
Hut there are still a few people who don't
know what a *.■.(<• combination Bell i Brwd
and  New Zealand Mutter make	
O. W. BELL
P. O. Box 208
GROCER & B4KER
WHITE STAR DOM INK )N LINE
ROYAL MAIL  STEAMERS
MONTREAL Ql I BEC Ll\ I RPOOl
New s.s. "Laurentic" 13,000 torn '■   ■ s -
Firal Clan    |9       .    s. conil i   u     -     ■       Hiird <
One Class (II) Cabin Service
Expreii s.s. " Teutonic   i
Twin S
fS.S  "I
582 reel lo,,K l    '"'" "'"'"   "        I
Second Claia   $50 nod up.    Third Cla.ii   $
WHITE STAR  LINE
BOSTON QUEENSTOWN LIVERPOOL
One Class iIL Cabin Service
S.s. Arabic i     Splendid      i s,S. Cri
16,000torn   i feet long]   TwinScrew   {13,000 tons long
Raic, $5.t.7.S I     Steamers     I Rate, 153
AMERICAN   LINE
\K\v yokk    PLYMOUTH     SOUTHAMPTON     CHERBOURG
Fast Express—One Class (II) Cabin Service
S.S. St. I'aul | ) S s   \,.„  Vork
S.S. Si. Loula S.S. P
12,000 tons—554feet long   J I    ll.OOO ton-   576 feet long
155   -AIM i-.irr.es Third CUm al J 13.75,
For Sailings, Illustrated Booklets, Etc., apply to
COMPANY'S OFFICES, 619. 2nd Ave., Seattle
Revalitoke Gmtetral Ageencl<e*- C.P.R. ticket Agent, R<evelateke PAGE  POUR
THE   MAIL-HERALD.    REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, APRIL 1th, 1914.
INSURANCE THAT INSURES
Fire Insurance plaoed In Um must 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.
.). I). Sibbald, Pies. J. l). Sibbald, Jr., Seo.-Treas,
PHONE  42
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Display
ex>er   shoketn   in   the       i
Upper Country.
*4#
ur
Diamonds, Cut Glass
and    Crotan     Derby
China.     J+   Jr*   J*   J+
J. Guy Barber.
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New  York   lawyers  are  opposed   to
tipping,  and  the lower    House     has
■ i the anti-tipping bill up tothe
te.   Should the  Senate enact    it,
wee to wait rs,      woe to     Pullman
v\,e,     to     In rtenders—nnd
Turkish hath  attendants,     woe     to
stewards,    bellboys,    bootblacks and
taxi drivers. It will he a misdemeanor
tip or accept one. This will
create a revolution in the city of New
and the employers of labor will
be compelled to pay their servants in
money. As it  is now the   public
pays  the  freicht.
A medical authority wains people
afflicted with the grip against ithe
danger of kissing. This is about the
Inst oscillatory exercise that persons
suffering from that ailment would
think of.
There are 5000 Chinese in the city
'of Chicago. They are to have a
church supported by all denomina -
tions, and its purposes will be to
give the 5000 Mongols a simplified
creed and institutional training. Now
: what in the world is "a simplified
creed?" says the Record.
In common with every other part
of the Dominion Revelstoke has felt
the .'llects of Dud times recently, hut
a survey of thc position of the city
und conditions locally gives promise
of a speedy Improvement generally,
and so far as Revelstoke itself is concerned thc outlook is more favorable
than it appears to bc in most places
in ll. ('. at all events. The locating
hero eef the land and timber office for
the Kootenays isa particularly welcome feature, and it is held by those
best eiualilied to judge that there iB
promise of a period of uctivity in ree-
i ard to land and mining matters,
such as we have unfortunately for a
tune been strangers to. The throwing open to settlers of land which
Will he available in the near future
should mean that Revelstoke will be
the .Mecca of a steady stream of new
comers. Thc presence here of officials
authorised to deal directly with matins appertaining to these branches
of Dominion activities must result in
benefit to the town. The latest phase
of the Revelstoke National Park project is also most reassuring and satisfying. The vote of $16,000 from tho
Dominion exchenuer for purposes connected with thc development of the
park means more than is evident at
first sight, and should huve results
which will abundantly justify the op
timism Of all locally who have furthered to the best of their power this
.. i e | iwards placing Revelstoke defin
II i . on the map as a tourist centre.
The announcement that new Post Office buildings are to be erected Capable eel accommodating all the branches of Dominion business handled
here is very welcome, and progress in
rej ir.l to this matter will be eagerly ti ilted. It is to he regretted that
the removal of the Public Works office from Revelstoke is contemplated
nd tbe action of the Roard of Trade
in that connection Will be generally
approved,  and have the full endorse
ment of all who recognise the strong
olaima this city,    possesses in regard !
to its suitability of    situation      Ior |
dealing  with  matters  which have for !
some time been capably handled from
here hy Mr. Forde and hiB stall. Mr. |
R.F.  Green can he relied upon,     wu i
believe,  to support the  view put be- j
fore him by the Hoard of Trade, und e
we wish him all success in his ellorts
In that direction.   The cluims of Rev
elstoke are such as cannot bc lightly |
ignored and any support possible   ot |
the attitude adopted by the Roard of
Trade would  be valuable, ovon If its
effects     were    not at ence apparent.
This subject deserves the prompt attention Of all local bodies and organ
isations.
MASONIC   HALL,   REVELSTOKE
MISS TRYPHOSA  PARKER'S
SACRED   CONCERT
GOOD    FRIDAY    EVENING.   APRIL    IO
PROGRAMME
HAYMAKERS
CANTATA
A crowded house greeted the per- !
formers who presented thc operatic
cantata "The Ila.vninkcrs" at the
Empress theatre on Tuesday evening
The opening choruses iu which Mr. |
Morgan so ably took the solo parts
created an Impression of excellence,
which was sustained throughout the
whole production. The duet render- |
ed by Mrs, Hews and Misa Paulding,
both of whom were in excellent voice
was charming in its sweet melody.
In the selections "Rest Ye Awhile,"
and 'Wasps" Mr, Allwood showed
himself to he an impersonator of
much ability and sang and acted his
entire part ina finished manner, Miss
Parker in her solo admirably sus-
ti Ined the reputation which she has
iv mi for himself and with Mr. All-
wood she scored a success in the duct
"( ur Farm." The quintette "Sounds
like a dream" was appreciated while
the chorus "How Sultry is the Day"
won merited applause. As the music
progressed (fie house was literally
taken hy storm when the thunders
rolled, the lightening Hashed and the
rain fell. The effect was most realistic and wis enhanced by contrast
with the calm beauty of the duet
taken by Mrs. Hews and Mr. Paul
San:-,-!;, who excelled themselves In
this selection. Mr. Paulding was giv
en a most hearty reception and iB to
be congratulated upon his success especially as he took his part at so
short notice. "Softly the Twilight
'■"ad's" wis a chorus admirably snit-
ilde for a closing number, and .was
given with pleasing effect.
PART ONE
1, Quartktth   "There is a Green  Hill" OoitiUod
2, SONO—''Tho Mighty Deep" .luile
Mr.  Prank  Paulding
.1.   Trio   "Lifl Thine Eyes" (Elijah)
4.    OCTBTTB    " Holy, Holy, Holy" (Elijah)
,s.   Duet—"Love Divine" Stahier
Miss Parker and Mr. P. Samson
is.   Quartette—" Shepherd of Souls (Tho Sign ofthe Cross)
7. Sono—"The Children's Home"      Cowen
Mr. George Hawker
8. Soni;—"I Know That  My Redeemer I.iveth"__ (Messiah)
Miss Tryphosn  Parker
PART TWO
1.   Quintette (Tlie Holy City)
"I.isi the Cherubic Host"
.'.    SONO     "When I Survey the Wondrous Cross1' Farmer
Mr. Paul Samson
3, TRIO    "It SI,all Come to Pass" (The Hull/ City)
4, tli n; in:   "For He Shall Give His Angels ChargejO ver Thee". Elijah
5, Duet -"O Lovely Peace" Handel
Missis  Parker and  Paulding
(i.    Soni;     "A Song of Thanksgiving " Allitsen
Miss Ti vpbosa Parker
7.   Quartrttb—"0 Divine Redeemer"..        Gounod
,s.   Chorus -"O Gladsome Light"... (Thr Golden Legend)
SOPRANOS    Mrs. Squarebriggs, Mrs.  Little,  Mrs. U*. Hews,  Mrs. I*.
Paulding,   Miss T.  Parker.
ALTOS    Mrs   Dent,   Mrs.   Pagdin,   Miss Paulding.
TENORS    Mr. P. Samson, Mr. <.'. Gordon, Mr. Duck, Mr. Alwood.
BASSES    Mr. !•"  Paulding, Mr. G. Hardy, Mr.  II. Parker.
Commences 8:30 p.m. Admission, 50c        Reserved, 75c
The Methodist choir under the leadership of Mr. Sawyer deserve great
credit for the persistency und devotion which they have shown in pro -
paring this cantata of winch the music is difficult und raniires more than
ordinary talent for  its rendition.
Mr. Duck    merited     prnisc for tho
splendid     scenic    effects  in       " Tho
Storm" and Mr.  Glfford  for training
the Dairy  Maid  Dancers,  who       pcr-
ormed     so acceptably.   Much of thc
success of the production was due to
the pianists Mrs. L. Howson and Mrs
Fleetham, and to the assistance ot
thc orchestra under the leadership of
Mr. S.  W. Hillier.
"I understand he left a very large
estate."
"It was rather large when inflated"
"What do you  mean?"
"All he possessed in thc world waB
a  balloon."
cTWEINTS
STIFF
HATS
$3.00 to $4.50
Hats for
EMMM ~zrr£Zir?i£z;:.Trzi
IT^1,epe_aR.MWUW.JI«-lJ»UII^»UJUIUin^7r-[^-TCTTa:i
25c
Of the Big- War on Prices. Revelstoke's Great Sale of Clothing*
and Shoes will elose in a short time. You have just a few more
days to save money.   Hurry and do your duty.   Now is the time.
DOWN
DOWN
DOWN
*
; )i .'. . g    the prt< :
Men's   Boots.     I*'
want to >,:■
to $ ] on
be  sun   i
them this week.
i VI RY PAIR TO
GO FOR (HICK
SPOT CASH.
BOOT
SPECIAL
Men's solid leather
boots, small and
lar^e sizes. $3.00
and $3.50   boots—
$1.00
A Good Suit of Clothes Given Away
SATURDAY NIGHT AT 10 p. m.   we will give a Man's Suit Free of Charge to the customer
holding  the   lucky number—a ticket to every customer   with 5Qc.   purchase or   over.
Cowboy Suits
and Indian Suits
for boys, worth
$1.50.      Choice
60c
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
BLUE SE8CE SUITS
Styles, i,i imported extra quality English
Regular  $25  suits.    On   Sale  Saturday
 $16.90
$13.90
HK.I'.K-    \NeiTHKP.   MOD     B
A  SMALL  LOT OF   MEN'S  BUTTS,
..Alt S7.50 to $10.00 v \i,r;i'.
QOT   AT   	
$2.33
REVELSTO
j
■       1.00  Men's  nobby,  stylish,   in   Fancy
I weeds and W01 iteds $10.90
1     ii in ! tail red in   latest styles of Fancy  Grey
Brown Tweeds, $   ■ to ■:'••; values. —Now  reduced
 $14.90
^Imt
THING
j
HURRY!
GET BUSY!
Your last chance to
save big money on
Hats, Shirts, Underwear, Pants, Socks,
Caps, Suit Cases,
etc. This is the finish of the greatest
money-saving Sale
ever held in Revelstoke. HURRY or
you will miss the
bargains.
Ask  for Free Suit Tickets
COM I3 ANY
Free   Suit Ticket with   50c
Purchase
Ladies' Waists
$1.50   to   $2.00
Values    Choice
60c ^
SATURDAY,  APRIL 4th, 1914.
THE MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
TAGE FIVB
I
1
OUR SHOE
MOTTO
The maximum 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.
Humes Cotton Show
Commences Monday, April 6th.
B^MIHH_BB_BiBSKB-EXSX—__f------_U.IIBHBBf---Rm
The most beautiful show of Dress Cottons that have yet
been shown in British Columbia. What you will see in the
windows is but a mere preface to the larger showing within
the Store. The looms of France, Germany, Switzerland,
Holland, Belgium, Britain and America have contributed the
creations of beauty, color and design to this Exposition.
We have imported from Georgia and Florida, U. S. A.
1,000 balls of Natural Cotton and will give one of these to
every visitors a souvenir cf this Great Cotton Show.
For ihe Hospital Linen
Shower on April 1 1 ih.
We have the goods and right sizes
wanted       ......
1,000 Pillow Slips at 25c and 35c
1,000 Batk Towels, 25c to $1.00
1,000 Linen Towels, 15c to $1.00
Besides anything we might care to send
the Hospital. Sheets, Bath Mats, Fancy
Linens, Table Linen, Etc.
Mens Furnishings  and  Shoe  Department
Boys' Clothing
We are sole agents fin' the Famous I.ION' HRAND Boys' Olothing, and
we submit that there are no butter boys clothes made. Nevt, dressy
-patterns, pei feci workmansh , >ii'-li ns is put in the suit of every well
dressed nion; stj les thai are ligln op to the minute, The bloomers nre
all made with full, easy fitting shapes, belt straps ami doubly sewn
with linen thread, LION BRAND Suits Wear longer aud hold their
shape better.
 ♦	
Boys' Two-Pieoe Double Breasted Suits in Tweeds and worsteds. The
regular staple model for all boys Prices   $5 tc $11
 _4	
Boys'Two-Piece Norfolk Suits in Tweeds only. These are the newest
and elassiest of all boys suits. Every boy wants one nnd every boy
looks well in one Prices $5 to $14
♦
EXTRA BLOOMER KNICKERS-All sizes Prices, $1.00 to $2.25
Boys' Boots
The Famous BOY SCOUT Shoe in all leathers and lasts, from
the neat little size 8 to the large boys size 5j. Lace and button,
blacks, patents and tans.    They"  are  all  here and you can't better
them PRICES   $2.50 TO $4.50
Other boys' Boots in neat fitting lasts and hard-wearing materials at prices from ______ ___ ft£ TO >'3
Boys' Rain Coats
The genuine COW COAT for boys. Made in London and
absolutely guaranteed.  All sizes PRICE, $5.50
Summer Shirts
FOR BOYS~Neat, nobby patterns and up-to-date styles.
Soft collars attached and detachable soft collars. The very best
cloths and prices that can't be duplicated. Ask to see the new
ones. PR I CES. 7.~>c  TO Si .:!.">
GROCERY AND   CROCKERY  DEPARTMENT
Here is Something that will interest you in Canned Fish Prices
Seeds! Seeds! Seeds!
The snow lias gone for another year
and you should   he starting  your
garden   now.       We   have   a  fine
variety of seeds this year.      Everything   you   will   need   in    flowers,
vegetables or grass seeds.     If you
want   green   vegetable,  early   thi>
Summer start   them   in   the   house
now and in a few   weeks  when   the
night   frosts   are   over,   transplant
them in your garden and  you   will
be surprised how quickly they come
on and be ready for nse.
Steele Briggs, Ferry's and McKenzie flower or garden seeds.       Lawn
grass  seed,   white  clover  seed,  or
Kentucky blue grass for thc   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
Picnic Lobster, per tin  „ 40
Specials For Friday and Saturday
—♦. ■ ■ ■
Corn Flakes 10c per Package
Quaker Pork and Beans 3 Tins for 25c
Clark's Pork and Beans  3 Tins for 25c PAGE BIX
THE   MAIL-HERALD,  REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,  APRIL -Ith,  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. Tho Sanitarium is handsomely fitted and finished for
comfort and convenience of guests.
Halcyon  Hot   Springs   Sanitarium
WM. BOYD, Prop., Halcyon, Arrow Lakes.
KING EDWARD HOTEL
H.J.  MCSORLEY. PROP.
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
*>t*^f^r
Strictly First-Class
Rooms Single, en suite
and with Bath
• •
PREVENT
FOREST
FIRES
Dry Season Predicted
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.. Ltd.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.
Manufacturers of Aerated Waters
WINES
LIQUORS
CIGARS
Agents for Calgary Beer
Rates $1.00 a Day and Up Phone 1629
Furnished Rooms by the Day, Week or Month
VERNON ROOMS
Mrs. H. .1.  HANBURY,    -      Proprietress
Steam Heated Throughout.      Housekeeping Suites.
Corner View
and Douglas Streets.
VICTORIA. B. C.
First Street. Revelstoke, B. C.
Jack Laughton, Proprietor*
WINDSOR HOTEL
EUROPEAN  PLAN
Good Accommodation.       Reasonable Rates.
Cafe in Connection
District foresters in the employ ot
tbe Provincial government are giving
wide circulation among settlers and
others throughout the Province to
the following circular letter:
Dear Sir,—The open Winter, the
light, fall of snow and many other
signs point to a hot, dry summer,
which Will be extremely hud for forest, lircs. These are liable to cause
many thousand dollars in damage,
not inly to standing timber hut to
your buildings, Improvements and
crops.
i therefore ask your assistance in
preventing these lires. You have, no
doubt, on your pre-emptions, arous
of slash, which are flretraps lor tho
carlessly dropped match, burning to-
bacco, or a spark from a locomotive.
Perhaps you are planning to clear up
theBO acres, If so, let me urge upon
yon the necessity of doing this he-
fore tho dangerous seuson arrivcB
and thus putting an end to serious
forest, lires which have heen so pre -
; valent in the past.
(.if course, the most dangerous
places ui' near buildings lend along
railroad right-of-way, nnd public
roads, and these should he seen to
first.
By  observing  the following simple
rules the burning may he safely done:
1—Burn as early  in thc Spring     as
'possible.    II  the    burning cannot    bo
| done before May 1, get a permit from
the  local  forest guard, and burn un-
j der his supervision.   Do not wait till
I the soil becomes too dry, as you will
i then burn up valuable vegetable matter which enriches the soil.
2—Always  construct a   light       fire-
around the slash,  by  throwing
any brush or litter In for say twenty
feet.   This  will  confine the tire     and
give  you a  chance to get around      it
quickly should it  start to spread.
3—If possible, have one or more
neighbors assist in burning so that
the lire may be controlled at all
times.
start your lire in the af-
ternoon if conditions are at all dry.
The best i In ' Is about live o'clock.
The brush is then dry from nn nil
day' sun, and burns better. There
is little chance <.f a wind springing
d the fire burns i u1 during the
t Imber start
nd burn out un-
all   ar -
e ■   the
if a     hill and burn down
'•'• ie     ■  ,'e, „: g Brd     has
and
rn  up.
i ■
ire out.
'•'
ish, and
■
RAILROAD MAN
HAD TO LAY OFF
Until Ne Took GIN PILLS
liuffnlo, N. Y.
"I linve heen n Pullman conductor on
the C. P. R. and Michigan Central for
the last three years.
About four years ago, I was laid up
with intense pain 111 thc groin, a very
sore back, and suffered most severely
when I tried to urinate.
1 treated with my family physician
for two months for Gravel In The
Bladder but did not receive any benefit.
About that time, I met another railroad
man who had been similarly affected
and who bad been cured by GIN PILLS,
after having heen given up by a prominent physicians who treated him for
Diabetes.    He  is now running on the
road and is perfectly cured, He strongly
advised me to try GIN I'll,I-S which I
did—with the results that the pains left
me entirely."
FRANK S. IOR.
50c. 11 box, 6 for $2.50.    Sample free
if you write National Drug and Chemical
Co. of Canada Limited, Toronto.        1 qs
again, be said that, some years ago
it bad been decided not to sell any
more crown timber. This policy whb
first suggested hy Mr. It. V. Orcoti,
now member for Kootenay. Dealing
with the (piestion of thc timber and
lumber policy of the Provincial government, Sir Richard said that tho
recommendation of the timber commission of a few years ago had been
enacted Into legislation which the
Canadian people as a whole would
have no difficulty in endorsing, Tho
government's policy was one which
made for conservation. It was a
policy that had due regard to economy. It was designed to prevent
waste aud also destruction from forest tires. So far ns v.as consist out
With the public interest the govcrn-
moni officials, lumber operators and
loggers worked along lilies of co-op-
eratfon so that advantage would bo
taken of everv possible circumstance
ti conserve the Inrosl Health of British Columbia. With regard to water
powers be said the legislation of tine
province recently enacted, was de -
signed to provide ample and easily-
enforced regulations. It prohibited
corporations and    Individuals     from
filing   water    records   Unless     it       was
their Intention to make use of the
wal r within a reasonable period.  If
11 't   so  utilized   within  the  stipulated
time- the water rights reverted back
to thc province. It was ■„ policywhlch
would add millions to the national
wi .,1th of the Dominion.
BASEBALL FIXTURES
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros.
Props.
First-Class in all
respects.
All Modern
Conveniences
RATES. $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Rates
REVELSTOKE. b.C.
Adds Millions to
Natural Wealth
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cijrars.   P.ates $1 a day.   Monthly rates.
J".   ALBERT     STOU-TE PROP-
Union  Hotel
A. r. LBVBSQDB, Proprietor
FT11HT STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
MEAL TICKETS $600
■
1 :
'
'      eith    Of
■trie
-
Ing  wb
■
plored ;lng reauli
if       ttl«
province  wer« framed on
liberal baste, §0
ate eef  the
■ among tbe tHM  la
t.he world    Behind Ha- law   ' e
■ bai  tbe legltloi ite    pro ipect n
1 il led tO the   proper I /   md   that
evry effort should  be made to    •««
that he ."•! it   Similarly  irhon
mineral urea wan disoovered the law
proTlded   thai   one   man    Could      not
blanket   the   whole   ground,    hut   th»t
in' muet inure it with hm fciiowo.
Inverting    to   thc  timber  rpieqtlon
Two Tramps Killed
Thrown from  their precarious hold
i  e brake beams of a freight car
by    the      allien application of    the
mergency    brakes,    two unidentified
Ing a ride   were
k lied  on  thi' C.P.R.  four  miles cast
ol   Hope.  Thc  bodies of the  men  were
Ij   m tngled, one of them   being
1 for several car lengths   and
crushed almost beyond recognition.
The trainmen  discoveied the    dead
to in vi Btigate
sudden
pped.    I  hose coupling on   one
■ I the ears   i rered, thus auto
on  the emergency
The  men  had evidently   heen
ie  roils."  beneath  the  car,
ill   to  r. tain   their
■i'l when pulled  up   with
lOdles  were  taken      to
■ .'I  turned  over    to    the    pro-
police,
Hi HAVE FAITH IN
THIS STOMACH REMEDY
\ l to us the
■ t   to tell
iout   Rexall  Dys-
i    -•• >uld   myself  if   I
mid."   Th 1    .      So
1  them anil
soiinde I
. us and     their
Idea you all
them,       Hut,  in    the
who sutler
eitburn,  dyi pep
ich      com -
il   them - we
MM.
They Bl   < ind    I'epHin,
'    ■   1 ,  »i ••      aids
Ii 111 ■. The; boo-
• 1 comfort  the stomach,     pro-
■ retion of   gai iriw juice,
lielp to quickly digi  I I  ■  food    and
1 ii Into rich, red blood,   and
111 Ion of tbe bowi I    a i
■ Mam  to be the beet ri medy
(or indigestion and dyspepsia .
■ ■ Iter them   to
ton entirely al 0111 risk nnl«M     we
felt Hiire-  t.hey  wonbl  do yon  a  lot of
if Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets do
1 oi  relit  ■   .ear   Indigestion,     check
tha heartburn, and make it  possible
for  you   to eat   what,  you   like   when - j
I'ver   ymi   lik».   Come      lark   anil     get
your money
Mold only at the more than 7,000
llexall Stores, and In tl ig town only
nl our store, the flews' Drug Store.
Three sizes,  ZHe,  .ri0c, and $1.00.
Vernon
AT KELOWNA.
ATVKKNON
AT KA.MI.OOI'S.
Kamloops
Mav 25
.1 III N   III
Sept. If
June 17
July 16
Ann. II)
KevcNli leu
May 11
June 18
Ann. II
Mav 21)
.IlllV    8
Sept. li
Moy I!
June ■'• '-'
July I   :■
A UK. 12
AT 1
EY ELSTOKE
June 11, 25
Aug. 21)
Mny ~s
July II
Auk. 27
May 7
June .">
July 28, 80
Auk.   18
Sept. 7
Cut: This Out and Keep the Season's Fixtures Hiindy.
HEGEPCS
.■iT.-Ti-r-
SfSgSB
fek-SV**
I.  'r>,
m
____[
IN HEART OF CITY
HOTEL SAVOY
SEATTLE
"Tuclve Stories nf Solid Comfort"
In tho centre of tlilnirs—thontres
ami stores on troth sides. Building
uhtiiiii.-iy fireproof—concrete,stceJ
nml lu.-nlrle.
EUROPEAN PLAN-SI per day up
Willi Pallis—S2 pel cl.iy u;>
NOTICE TO CRE1DIT0RS
In
Luml)
umDermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
M. .     JC?
rjijLf.<
Fur Buyeri'and Exporter
Old Town,    -   Revelstoke, B. C
before buying your outfit of working clothes
for the bush. I nuke a
special! v of I,". ...n-
Shoe'., Pants, Six, Shirts
Blanket', una everything
rrijnirrri in vanr 1jii*um
THERE'S A HEAP
OF SATISFACTION
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illiprm mi. ll: .     UVBI'J'     oner     ill     a
while,
TO OWN
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KOOTENAY AGENCIES, Ltd.
A. E, Kincaid, Onager.
the   Estate   of    William   Empey
Mei.uuehlin,   deceased.
Notice iw hereby given thut creditors and others having nny claims
against the estate oi William Bmpey
Mei.uuehlin, deceased, late of llovol-
stoke, U. C, wl 0 died on or about
tlie (ith day of December, 1913, nre
required to send hy post prepaid or
deliver to the undersigned .Solicitors
lor the Executrix named in the lust
will of said deceased on or before the
3rd day of June, 1914, their names
and addresses and full particulars of
their claims and demands, duly vcri-
Ilcd with tho nature of the securities
(if any) held hy them.
Notice is further given that, after
that date the Executrix will proceed
to distribute the assets of the deceased among tho parties entitled
thereto, having regard only to the
claims of which sho shall then hnvo
notice, and thnt she will not. he. liable
for the said assets or any part thereof to any persons of whose claims
she shall not have had notice.
Dated at Kevelstoke, 11. 0., April
1st,  1014.
HARVEY, McCARTBR AND CO..
Solicitors for the     Executrix of tho
last   Will    ,,f    William   Bmpey Mc-
Lauchlln, deceased. Apr. 22
WATER NOTICE
Application for a license to take
and use and to store and pen hack
water will he made under thc Water
Act of Uritish Columbia as follows:
(1) Name of applicant, Selkirk
Power Company, Limited.
(-') Address of applicant, In care
Ridley .Macrae aud Tolrin. its solicitors, 509, Dank of Ottawa Building,
Vancouver,  B.C.
(,'l) Stream, Akolkolex or Isaac
Creek.
(4) The w.-.t r is to he diverted
from the stream on the south side
ahout two thousand four hundred
feet upstrcnm from the Northern
Boundarj ol US. IG, Section 26, Tp.
21,  H. I, West of 6th Meridian.
(."■i The purpose of water will be
production of power.
(li) Thc land on which the water Is
to he used Is described ns follows:—
Power house on or about L.S. 16,
Sect. 2(1, Tp. 21, R. I., West of fith
Meridian, being a fall of lit) feet
more or less from point of diversion.
(7) Water applied for, 100 ruble
feet seconds.
(5) Water to he stored is J3000
acre feet, area 401) acres more or less
(0) Reservoir site is located ahout
2IUI) feet upstream from Northern
Boundary of L.8. 16, Sect. 26, Tp.2l
R.I, West of the 6th Meridian.
HO) This notice was posted on tbe
ground  on the 28th  March,   1014.
(Hi A copy of this notice nnd an
application pursuant thereto and to
the requirements of the "Water Act"
will he filed in tho office of the Water Recorder at Revelstoke, B.C.
(12) Territory In which power is to
be used is in nnd about the district
known as East and West Kootenay.
Selkirk Tower Company, Limited,
W.  Bowden, Director,
Applicant.
1st appearance 1st April,  1914.
Objections may be filed with the
Comptroller of Water Rights, Victoria, B.C., or Water Recorder, Rev-
elstoke, B.C.,-within .19 days of this
dntc.
Petition for the approval of the
undertaking will be heard ln the
office of the Board nt a date to be
fixed hy the Comptroller of Water
R'Khts. Apr. 18.
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PRICE   b LB. IRON, $5.90
A. G. DUCK
Estimates given free
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combination of urea and alcohol. It
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drowsiness soon becomes very deep
unconsciousness, and insensibility to
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tion. The advantage claimed for the
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from Chloroform are due to heart
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it frequently does, during the admin
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The assurance, therefore, that in cases of an overdose of this nnaesthet-
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Another advantage is that the chok
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bave not yet been able to reduce the
period of insensibility below six hours
All the operations up to the present
have been  made on animals.
'The bustle is coming back" states Lillian  Russell says that  "men are
a  fashion  item.   Just hew it will ad- fools nnd  always will    be."     Lillian
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Hon. Dr. Roche announced a number of Important changes In the homo
stead und pre-emption ucts. Tbeso
changes buve been under the consideration for some time und have for
their object the improvement of the
position of the new settlers and tho
encouragement of the cattle Industry
The amendments to the Dominion
Land Act are of far-reaching importance tn tbe western homesteader. One
clause reduces the time for securing
patents on pre eruptions from six to
three years ami abolishes tho inter -
est. charges of ," per cent. However,
a honii'st eader has the option of paying for bis pre-emption in six years,
and in that case is charged interest
liming the lust three years.
Another Important amendment allows homesteaders on land which is
not Of the highest grade to qualify
for their patent by keeping stock instead of breaking land to a certain
amount, as at present. Tha first year
there must be live he id of cattle, in
the seem,,! year ten, and in thc third
sixteen, On pre-emption land tho
bomestoader can also secure his patent by keeping stock In lien of cultivation, eveept that hy the third year
be must have twenty-four head of
stock instead of sixteen. The principal ('..j' ■' of this amendment is to
encourage mixed farming and cattle-
raising.
There are a number of other amendments of which the most important
withdraws (rom entry or sale lands
adjacent to water powers.
There are also a number of changes
In the Irrigation Act, but they nre
largely technical, Riich as arranging
for order of precedence for disposal
of water for municipal and other pur
poses.
The amendments to thc Forest Reserves Art provide for the addition
of certain anas to the present forest
reserve, chiefly in Alberta and Saskatchewan. A year ago these areas
were temporarily plne^J under the
act nnd they nre now permanently
a part of the forest reserve.
Government of British Columbia
LAND SALE
There will be offered at Public Auction in the Cities of Vancouver, Victoria and
Prince George, British Columbia, the Government holdings in the Townsites of Prince
George, Fort George and South Fort George, comprising in all 2,350 lots.
DATES OF  SALFS :—
May 19th, 20th, 21st, Vancouver.
May 26th, 27th. Victoria.
June 9th, 10th, I Ith, Prince George.
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Police ofliciuls fear that the case
against George Bull, for alleged com
plicity in the Great Northern hold-up
is about to fall  through.
George Ball asserted before going
to Port Coquitlam, that he had "3
witnesses there who could testify
that he w. s in that city on the evening of February 20, and that therefore it would aave been impossible
for him to have been at Samish at
the time the hold-up and robbery.
One of these witnesses, he said, was
a policeman, with whom h; was talk
ing, while another was a woman,and
another was the proprietor of a pool
hull.
Bert Lowe, yard foreman for the
C.P.R. at Port Coquitlam and Chas.
Innings, two of thc men that Ball
I declared could establish an alibi for
him, declared emphatically to the police today that on the night of the
bold-up that Ball was with them in
iiupis' poolroom and nt a dance That
Ciere could he no mistake in the date
. ith men declare, ns they say that on
that night a dnnce was held in which
they were all interested.
So confident is Ball that he can es-
tablisb his innocence by the aid of
the Port Coquitlam witnesses that he
says that after speaking with them
: he is willing to go across the boundary in any event. No attempts were
made to identify Ball while he was
in this city, and the case, except on
the identification of his photograph
by the passengers soon after the hold
up docs not now appear to he as
• strong as was first supposed.
The  first man    suspected    of     the
hold-up thc police officials    here admitted this morning was    the     man
' Charles Hopkins,    who is   alleged to
i have been   the man who in the   past
{few days nas shot seven  men  in the
I State of     Wnshinpton.    Enquiries nt
the time, however, proved that Hopkins was not in the vicinity of     the
■ hold-up.
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What extensive proportions the
'Leavc-the-state-church" movement
has attained in Germany were disclosed for the first time at a meeting
of thc Berlin synod last week.
The movement is supported hy free
! thinkers like Prof. Hackle and Prof.
Drews and  very energetically  by thc
Social     Democratic party.     It   wna
, stated     at the    synod   meeting that
! matters had reached     a point where
even  the  Reichstag  no longer    con -
tained a Protestant   majority,        as
j considerably more than half the Imperial   Parliament  consisted  of  Rom-
1 an Catholics, Jews and Socialist free
thinkers,      who  had      renounced  ull
church allegiance.
During I'M 3 a total of 12,713 per-
' sons were induced to desert the state
evangelical church nnd for thc laBt
1 six years the number aggregated
' more than fifty thousand. A speaker
e at the synod meeting branded thc
deserters as "heathen."
The church authorities are feeling
the effect of this on their exchequer.
The German states impose a church
tax. amounting roundly to five dollars a year, so that $250,000 of un
nual revenue has been lost since 11108
The synod adopted resolutions
thanking the ministers of the church
for the vigorous resistance they wero
offering to keep the church of the
Reformation from being wrecked.
The resolution points out that the
promoters of the "I.eave-the-church"
movement are actuated wholly by the
policy of negation. They are making
no effort to reform thc present church
or to establish a new sect. Their warfare is. therefore, assailed as deliberately  malicious  and  unreasonable.   C
Two    women    are members    of     a
radial railway  bourd in  an Ontario
county.   Their knowledge of the con-
j struction   of   curves    and     switches
ought to bc valuable.
An  antique silver salt cellar     was
sold   in   London the  other    day      for
$2S,000.   For spraying     his  porridge
the average man can get equally good
j service out of a  nickel  shaker.
Robbing the  poor box  of a church,
[ is considered nbout the pettiest form
i of petty larcency,    but the    thirsty
Prince   Rupert   thief   who   stole    the
communion wine is a gc od second.
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THE   MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,  APRIL   Ith,   1914.
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An Easter Concert will be given by
the Sunday sehool children of St.
Francis church, on Friday, April 17.
Further announcements next  issue.
All members ef the Moose Lodge in
this city please note thai commencing ruesdaj April nth, all meetings
will bc held In the Selkirk Hall     All
The Ladles' Aid ol the Methodist
Church will Hold a tea and sale ol
cooking it C.B. Hume's residence on
Thursday, April 23rd.
lir.   lish v   the government  veterin-
ary, was in town recently and tested
the   len.   nerds e.i  Chas, Granstrom
and    Rev,   ff.C,  Calder.   Both  herds
.   the test successfully,
Re\   i. ishley Hall led on   Friday's
train foi  Toronto In connection with
1 responsibilities,     He w ill at -
tend the Transfer     Committee,   the
He  , Bi ird,  and  i be Court   of
A ppe il "f the Methodist church.
The Ladies' Aid of St. John's
Church will meel :it the church on
Tuesday afternoon April 71 a, al '■'■ -'e11
o'clock,    \ full attendance is request
■ il Important business will be dis
cussed, \il the ladies of the congregation are cordially Invited to at
!■ ■ d Mrs. Moth and Mrs. Johnson,
will be hostesses for the afternoon.
At the meeting of 3t. John's
■ !• lople on Tuesdaj evening,
April 7th, Mr. A'.M. Lawience will
■give a lecture on Central Africa, il -
fust.' ited bj beautifully colored slides, a ll Interesl d are cordially invite ,1 to ttend and 'i is hoped the
church will he well Blled to h"ir this
peakei «ho spent his boy
hi   <l days in Africa.
Rev.  uanhley II ill reports that  the
■ ■ , t given to Rev. Charles _ad-
ner, n\ the cltj of Kamloops on
Thiirsu.". i B a very remarkable event; and also has hopes that the reverend gentleman may be paying a
visit tee Revelstoke shortly. He has
promised, conditionally on Mrs. 1.miner's health allowing his absence, to
re f'ir Raster.
Ret. G.O. Pallia, of K i. ' ips will
occupy the Methodist pulpil In Revel-
st"k. at both services ll a. m. and
7:30 p.m. tomorrow, Sunday, \pril
5th, in connection with the ig
afti i  renoval   ms.   It is believed that
these services will be great
ti        .   all.   Mr. Fallis   is
one   of    the     promising men of the
tioi
achers iu thc province.
Owing to the very    m
of people wno pal I
in the Ni \>   Masonii   Hall last
"  isrs. Rosi
b;iv,- aL-iin     decided  to run another
one, which will take place      tl    New
I ii   Friday.   April  !7th.
!'   ncing       will
Btarl * .sic will
d  bj  Mrs.  McCallum em the
''     I   ■. en .,i> the '■ lolin, and
-   ■'• it. Tic
kets  81.00,   ladies free.
-  they'll will And some    of
the finest motion  pictures  that
•
theatre has
■   .
actors :'n the motion picture world,
'amours i layers, featur
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'.  •
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Pictur*?.
CENTRAL SCHOOL
ROLL OF HONOR
Following arc thc names appearing
ui the honor roll for March of thc
Central School:
Div. 1, Entrance Class—Marion Law
rencc, Mabel Simmonds, Sylvia Gal-
licano, Sophie Turk, Mae Whitteaker,
11ilii Tomiinson, Tommy Morris, Reggie ('aider, Harry Hack, Blvera John
son, Annie McLean, Doris McCarter,
111'ina Eraser,
Div. 2, Entrance Class—Oscar Lun-
dell, Itiifus Stone, Willie Smith, Irwin Clough, Pearl Stacey, Frank
Dunn, Alma Corson, John Robertson
Bella Laughton,
Div, "., Junior Fourth—Ada Burridge, Jessie SomerviUc, Gladys Campbell, Donald McGregor, (Lydu Morgan, Alan Granstrom), Tommy McRae, Gertie Field.
DlV, I, Senior Third, t'luss A. —
Doris Cartwright,. (ICstella Shuttle-
wood,   Florence   McDonald),   Kathleen
Sutherland, Florence Bourne, Ragnor
Granstrom. B. Class.----Willie Mc-
Rae, Myrtle Shaw, Bertha Nelson,
(Secord Curtis,  Boyd McMahon.)
Div. 5, Low Third Header—Willie
Jamleson, Hugh McRae, Wcnty Smythe, Arthur Ncedhum, Ernest Hrnd-
sbaw, Chriatena Owens, Agnes cress
nan, Pat Cowan, Eva Jolille, Arthur
Cartwright, Doris Siegfried, Trifrl
Leigh,  Jean Bell.
Div. 6, High Second Reader—Stewart Burridge, Ralph Morris, Cathie
Dochard, (Walter Cressman and Alf-
icd Abrahamson), (Alfred Bourne,
Dougla3s Southworth), Leona Sindcr-
man, Tom Dochard,  Harry Davis.
Low Second Reader—Bridgman Tay
lor, Jack Cartwright, Margaret Mic-
lielson, Justiztu Truzzl, Stuart McLean, Margaret Calder, Arthur Tay-
lor, .lames Jamieson, Nellie Allen,
illadys  Madden.
Div. 7. First Reader Class—Ailcen
l.ees. Arthur Johnson, Elmer Stone,
Erven Sindermann, Alice Morris, Mai
colra Cleland, Bert Parker, Pat Cato
Second Primer Class—Mario Pradolini, St,r rl a. Eva Towsc,
Marjorlc Cleland, Miljie Bruce.
Div, S, First Primer Class A—May
nnd Marjorie Roberts, Hilda and Mar
lorlc Garnett, Doris Abrahamson,
Paul Wipfll. First Reader Class B.—
Kenneth Hews, Emlyn Parry, Elsie
Creech, Isabel McGregor, Ruth Han
llton
Firsl    Primer,     class   0.—Donald
Jamieson, Helen Rousell.
Receiving Class—Willli tn McDonnell
Alfred   Warner.
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1 SALES and WANTS I
9 10c line Minimum 25c.   Cash In Advance (?!
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cinarajarajsfanajaiafari^ajiSJig^/^gjgrsraiai
TO RENT—House, unfurnished,     Apply A.  W. Connolly.
WANTED TO RENT—Small Furnished House or Housekeeping RoomB.
Apply D. P. Mail-Herald Office. All
TO RENT—Four Roomed Bungalow,
excellent position. Low rent. Apply 27, Third Street, East. It.
SOCIAL anil PERSONAL
FOR SALE—Fresh Cow; also Indian
Runner Duck Eggs, J2.00 per sitting. A number of young Chicks for
sale,   25c.   each.    Apply   Mrs.   R.   A.
Dpper,
FOR   SALE—Eggs  for  hatching,   American     Fawn     and     White     Indian
Runner    Duck,     White    egg strain,
82.00   per   II.    F.O.B.   Arrowiiead,
P,  n. Box 21. Apr.  1.
Mrs. F.W. Laing will not receive on
Wednesday,  the Sth inst.
Mrs. H..J. BewB will not receive on
Tuesday, April 7th.
Mrs. A.E. Kincaid will not rccoivo
on Monduy, April lith.
Judge Foriu lias kindly consented
to address thc Canadlau Club ou
April *2*2nd.
Mis. ilrubbe who has been visiting
her mother Mrs. Paget, left on Tuesday lor ner home in Calgary.
Mrs. Harry Bourne, an old-timer of
Revelstoke, but now of California, is
visiting With Mr. and Mrs. F. Bourne
The Misses Johnson bave returned
to tho city from Kaslo, aud are stay
Ing with their brother, Mr. J. K.
lohiison.
Miss I'aget after spending some
time in the city, returned to Victoria
Where she is in  training  iu tho Jubi-
FOR SALE—To Railroad Men, Nine I lee hospital.
Room House and Contents, bath,
hot and cold water, Seven rooms
furnished, near C.P.R. Depot, Drico
$1200 Cash or Terms. Apply Owner, Rox Al. Mar. 28. -h^^^^^m.
     _^^B                    Mr.   A.   I'nomsou  with
Mrs. W.A. Sturdy and two children
l left on Tuesday   for  Winnipeg,  stopp-
j ing over at Moose Jaw to visit ber
brother Mr.  C,  Hislop.
Mr.   llallan-
I.KF'i AT MASONIC HALL—On tho tyne, travelling secretary of tho Y.
night ot Oddfellows ".it home" two M.C.A., visited Glacier and Rogers'
Ladies Scarfs. Owners can have Pass on Tuesday in the interests of
same by calling at Revelstoke Hard [the Association work,
ware Store, and paying for this advertisement. It.
FOR SALE—Real Navy Serge, Indigo
lived. Guaranteed as supplied to
the British Navy, 30 inches wide at
81 per yard. Any length cut. Baker Bros., Kept. Uf*>, 33 Prince William   Street,   St.   John,   N.B.
The Presbyterian Synod of British
Columbia will moot in St. Andrew's
church Vancouver, next Tuesday and
continue in session until Thursday
evening. Ministers and elders from
all parts of the province will be in
attendance.
lu the Presbyterian church on Sunday services will be held at I I a. in.
and 7 :sn p.m. The evening subject is
"A Brief Li:'e." Sunday school and
Bible classes at  2:30  p.m.   On Tues -
FOR SALE—Work teams. We bave
more teams than we will be requiring mi our work this season, and
offer medium and heavy work hor- day the V.P.S. will meet, und Mr. W.
see in excellent condition, nt reaB- M. Lawrence will give an illustrated
onable prices. For particulars talk on the scenes of Livingstone's
write      Columbia   V.illcy   Orchards,   labors.
tei    Edi'ewater,   Via Golden, B.C.
Apr. 8
Public Schools Attendance
■
ndaner at the Public schools
lie
u.i Ii of   Mm- li   was    as
. i
II.
III.
. v
VIII
The meeting of St. John's Young
People's Society on Tuesday evening
proved one of special interest. The
: abject wus "Can Poverty be Abol -
ished" and it was most ably dealt
with In aa address given by Mr. Jas.
Gordon. The speaker dealt with the
two causes of poverty, moral and eco
nomic and showed that legislation
Farm and Garden could do much to remove the latter,
Tools.—At Bourne j but that nothing short of the relig -
ion of Christ could eradicate thc former. A number of others spoke on
the topic, and the discussion was
much enjoyed by all present.
BUSINESS MS
how the Gurls wish the     Boys
Good Morning in the Haymakers.
Seed  Potatoes,
Seeds,     Garden
Bros.
GALT COAL li
  handled  • :. Lusively
in  Rev.lstoke by  the Revelstoke General  Agencies. Ltd.
-
 II
"
-
^^ The transference of the locul branch
come    and rest In Howson & Co. 8  of tlle Domlnion  PubHc  WorkB offlce
furniture parlors, continuous recital,  to „_,,„„_ mpans that     Revelstoke
new Edison phonograph. wilI lns, Mr.   _, ,,   Porde und uifj wi[(j
'and  family,   and  Mr.   R.A.   Klrkpatrick.   Mr.  Forde     deservedly    enjoys
the   esteem   of    all   who have been
brought  into  contact  with  him       in
Revelstoke,   and   Mr.   Klrkpatrick    is
v r'd's  greatest  invention   In  one of the most popular and      best
ig    machines    demonstrated   at   I nown   residents      in   tbe  Revelstoke
Howson's e-moon this wee'.-.,   district,   Revelstoke's  loss  is  decid •
tnd hear them. I edly Nelson's gain  in regard to    the
as
21
■ ,-,
The S.I.A. and E. of L.E. will hold   '
their  annual dance on Easter Mon -
day,   April   1'ith.   Don't forget      the
date. Apr.  13
personel of the office stall referred
tie as well as In regard tc the business aspect of the matter.
',
"■
1
Toti
The  V
.-•   mers are assured of every
the garments turn
he  Ladits'   and  Men's       ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
..red for the     de-      Last week  Mr. and  Mrs.  Clay, two
'   Revelstoke's  well-known  residents,
it and ad  left for Vancouver     where they will
f  the *ry  us  for your   make their home.   Mrs.  Clay was to
acknowled-   \isit relations     at     Agnssiz for ten
lat we bat WStated    the   days before     proceeding    to join her
be
>f Central  school   beauty and desirability of the Garm-| family at the coast.   They will
t 'in punctu-
ility    i.
9
HIGH
RT  FOT
)F  MA
• he  till
April
lentified
with tl
and  runs I I   Harris-
burp.  Pa.,  has to    Ed-
tnonton fi • Peace
River trj     which,  h^
es  former  journeys  appear  like  Sunday afternoon  picnics,
bv three men on March  16, he   drove
through      water and Ice to the hubs
for  four  milcR  neSar  Mirror   Landing,
■ ■: 'hen made the trip across Leaner
lake, 7"  miles on the ire,     tn
four hours.   On   the  return  trip     he
encountered a terrific storm 25 miles
•     .if  Orouard,  at   the head       of
ke,   He repaired     the
leaks with a mixture of flour and wa-
t«r.    Later     he  ran  out of  gasoline,
hut borrowed  sufficient coal oil from
freighters on the trail to enable the
party  to  reach   Sawridge,   a   new settlement on the Edmonton, Dunvcgan
A British Columbia railrond,      from
which  he  n-agotinted  the 118  miles to
1       onton     In record time over the
emooth trail.
Enrollment
ents turned out by us.   Cress ed by their many friends in
Tall -pr   I this  cii Jly  at the hospital,
Mr. Clay has conducted a Sun-
v:\TKF.    I ROGRAM    " !     - a, ■  •  r  the
  '   In   ih»   many  societies
Clay was an earnest
i. iber.    It  is earnestly
the    B Clay who has   been
'part  two;    I.   the ige.    :'  '""r health  for some time will  be
■
?..
CUSTOMS SALE
of Unclaimed Goods
AT CUSTOMS   HOUSE,   APRIL 15th
■ - Carriage,
Mary Pickford;
i
I
■   ■•
HOUSE,
1914
10  a.   rn.   to  4
p.m.
Moving  Picture Films.
Fruit   Picking   Pails.
Telephone  parti,  Etc.,  Etc.
Customs House,  April  18th,   1914,
II. MANNING,     W.D. ARMSTRONG,
Auctioneer. Olerk of Saio
Apl.16
The   family   remedy   for   Couthi   and Coldii.
"Shiloh costs  so  little   end doee   eo inuch'"
benefitted by the change,
Lawson is to bs   the
i   of ,i    benefit  concert      and
to be   riven   in       the
ic Hall em \|.iii 22.   The event
I   under   th'    a I   pices   ■ >f       Dave
Orr's orchestra,  'ef  which  Miss Law-
•   ,i    valued     member, and tho
        many  r    '.huts to      whose enjo\ ment
! i ii ibuted  at num
With Warren Kerrigan. Incognito; trous concerts and dances in tbe past
Tiny Tim   ind '   irill  welcome this     opportunity      ol
,'. .to I lien   appi ed il Ion   Of   her sei
wed- ■ .I'T, identity   In two   ,jeM ::hl\ their sympathy with her In
part*, with Edw.  Am-imt., The   Tale bei  recenf  regrettable litotes,   a  tip
of   i   I ■'    lop  c.hcer!   program  has  boon arrnng
Thursday    Over   the  CllfTfl,   In   three   ,.r\   and   will   be   followed   by  a   dance.
/erv sensation,i, Bloomi Remember    tbe date, April 33,   The
flyer;   Rival   Musil , vent   needs no  othei    iommendattOO
Friday       Miracle  Mary,  In     three |
an   invitation   frODl thn
the    V. M.C.A..     about
road- With King Finggot and Balrd. »>*<* >"'"n,; '"'■'''''" f""n U»* Mctho *
Saturday April llth, Matinee /, :to. AM and Presbyterian ,Lurches gntb
Arizona,   part   one.     With   AanistiiH   '•r(-''   '.'. c.clebrnte   \p,,l   (Tool's      Pay.
Thomas and all star Famous piny-1 A'*" ',M hm' assembled at the Y.M.
ers Arizona part two; Arizona ,mrt'"A- ">« fun started in good earnest
three Arizona, part four, Arizona, l "h™ representative leamn of girls
|;,ri  live   Universal Weekly. land boys matched ln a bowling   con
parts      Matinee      2 S'l.     Fine     Victor       '" answer to
I Fetitiire;  Mr    and  Mrs    Innocence  Ah    secretaries   ,,f
COMING—Chelsea, 7780;
The  Man   in   lllark.
Checkers,
test.   Misses Ilickie. Manning,  Thomp
eon,      Eaton      and    Robortson    nnd
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 the wearer as a well-dressed young man.
And they cost no more than the common
soit.
Get Our Idea of Stylish Clothes
McRae Mercantile Co.
The Up-To-Date /Men's and Boys' Furnishings Store.
Ladies of Culture and Refinement
See oui window ciiplay of Charming Evening Pumps
and Prtnet'ss Slippers m Satin, Patent, Gunmetal and
French Kid. These lines oi Footwear an- the products
of Riisi & Perry, Newburyport, Mass., the homo of
American shoes.
LADIES GOLD FRENCH KID Princess Evening Slippers with Spanish Cuban Heels. These shoes are covered
with pure leaf gold and .are specimens of the Shoemakers ART.   Only a few pairs for sale.
THE ROYAL SHOE STORE    HOWSON BLOCK
Messrs. Patterson, Corley, Bruce, under Captain Summerville, played the
Misses Matheson, Crowe, Brown, Ur-
quhart and Little, and Mcpsrs. Mc-
Fayden, McDiarmid, Stewart, Tapping, under Captain Hay. The excite
ment was intense as thc gameB progressed unu the alleys resounded to
the cheers of the spectators. The
St. John's ladles scored a victory of
00 pins while the Methodist gentle -
men won out by 44 pins, leaving' tbe
Presbyterians victorious hy 40 pins.
All now repaired to the home of Mr,
Paul   Samson where they received   a
I hearty welcome. A "Full Baud" wae
announced to supply thc tirst item of
' the program but as the wise Ohanti-
J cleer who had the leading part foil-
; ed to perform only the music of a
laugh was heard. After a lung test,
' the survivors took flight in an aeroplane, but came hack to earth in time
I to enjoy the vocal selections render-
'ed by Miss Paulding, Mr. Samson,
' and Mr. Thompson. Refreshments
' and Auld Lang Syne brought to a
1 close this most enjoyable evening.
! Three hearty cheers were given Mrs.
! Samson nnd the Y.M.C.A. secretaries
[for their generous hospitality.
rjs=
^
T II K:
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
SPECIAL ODORS
Gardenglo. $2.50 per oz
Mary Garden    2.50     "
Houbigants' Ideal    2.50    "
Godot's Rose Ambre    1.00    "
BEWS'   DRUG  STORE
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