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Vol. 19   No 40
POLISH AND
FRENCH COUNTS
Arrive at   Revelstoke    Left  Yesterday    Morning    I'or    Downie
KEVELSTOKE. B C. MAY 81, 1913
$2.50 Per Year
northern portion of B.C. jow being
opened by the Grand Truuk Pacific
Ruilwuy.
Both of these titled gentlemen took
a leisurely stroll around the city and
were mosl fuvoruhly impressed with
the townsite Ihey mude mention o£
the faot tbut tbe streets wero widn,
Creek.    Are Highly Impressed | ra.uoh broader than streets in a town
CITY COUNCIL
SPECIAL tVifctTIHO
of mc samo si/e in ii.eir „utivc cot.,,- Auditor's Report Almost Completed—Tax  Roll to be
tries.   Count  llanoy stated thnt      he
wai* particularly     interested in hor*e DOWH   Elld   Of   AldV.
raising und expressed a strong desire
to personally     Inspect a real genuine
horse ranch.    Ho  would like to go o»-
it one und  H  lhe  inner  workings   cf        	
it.   lie intended stopping oil at Oal-  Kilpatrick occupied the chair. Present
prominent visitors at the Hotel Revel   gary  on  his  return  trip  nud  Inspeol -   Aldermen Howson, Burlier, MeKinnon,
tag some of bhe famous Albertahoroi  Bourne,  Abrahamson and McSorley.
l*anehes. Acting City I lerk Cordon read  the
with Kevelstoke.
Count Potocki, of Poland, uccoin-
j.unicd by count, Qanoy of France, as
jicr our previous announcement, arriv
ed In the 'ity lust Saturday. Tho
Muil Herald reporter Interviewed these
City Council mei  iu special meeting
on Tuesday   evening last.   Mayor T,
the arrears me verified including   the
sewer.
port same. It attracts lho hest cla*s
of citizens to possess school facilities.
1 have not tho.ight over the other by
law.
d. SHAW.
1 am in favor of boib bylaws.    Wo
need progress.
A. E. K1NCA1B
1  am  in fuvor  of   iho    high school
hyluw.    I     um considering  the other.
Tho huh --e hool site is a money  maker for ti- and we should secure it.
W. A. STURDY.
I would    certainly    like to see the
CRICKET
MATCH
RESULTS
Quite a good cricket game was play
e.l la-u Saturda) afternoon between a
pick, ,1 team from east Revelstoke and
a team chosen irom the best players
in west Revelstoke. The game was
well worth seeing and plainly showed
thai   ihi- city  possesses a lot of good
J oil
ia .01
Howson—Mr.     Stein,   how do  high sohool, but i-' the city   In  tiuau-   material  for cricket,
propose     to     find   oui    whut oial  shape to spend moro money.     1
aie a tuaily   paid and wua. not   have uot  gone Into tho  wuter  bylaw.
They will be abBont from Revelstoko  nolica  ..0nvening  meeting.
Various letters und communication
preseut     trip about  three
weeks and will give this paper   -'onu  Wl.ie ,vild ulld uldulv(1 anBWered
real  b.ar stories on their  return    u-  .j^,^
well as a detailed account  of their ud-
v ent tires and experiences while hunt'
in: grizzly.
Btoke  shortly   after   their  arrival.
Both cil  uie i ounts are young  men
highly gifted by  nature in  ihe'  mat
ter  oi   personalty.      while   their  co.n -   0'   t-'"'il
lllilllil   oi   lur    I  lul.S.I   lall,,UU;l'   Wu- ex
co lien I. 'Ihey sailed on tue s.s. i.a- ■
rge Washington ,,n May !lrd, und only
Hindi' one BuOl't stay o. two days iu
New Voi'ii. ihey Were in a hurry to
reaob Hovelsloao as Mr. A. Bryan Williams, tha cn i i |..min ial -.uine warden, hud recommended ihat they stait
hunting feruzlj  as soon as possible.
Both oi the ■■ counts remarked      cu
the phu-u.it tn,i  ihey  hud irom     the       ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
old country to Revelstoke. 	
The va-'. expanse of piairies, levd B^eb. 11 cJTW tc 1 Saturday
ns a veritable billiard table, was i
revelation to tbem ihey .were perfectly charmed with the scenery through A monster parade, a first-class ball
the mountains and say ihat the Swiss game ana "The Prince 0f Tonight."
mountain enerj ,- not to be com- wiln nfty arbistts at the Empress the-
parod   to what  they  iaw between Cal-  aire,  ensure  for  Revelstoke  a day  of
on
-  ' o a,aired   uiih  our u.uoiiul
ou.. aire.iis.
j.u^or Kilpatrick—Cannot  wa     deuce im' amounts    already    paid ior
or  jny.i refund same and mane up     tlie
sewer  ta.-.  collectable ito.it  the ouUei
ymm v.
HcVELSTGKE
A request from Mr. Shuttlewood for ,.u,i pm tame ou to tho new frontage
a kenn 1 license was held o.er ior inquiries as to procedure adopted in oih
er  cities,  and  a  lempoiary   license  issued p. nding replies.
A request ior c< nsideratlon of an offer oi sO cents for clt,, de.,cntuic-
fiom a Toledo, 0., bouse oi bond bro-
..er- wu-' refused.
Atternoon.
gary and Revelstoke. They were how
ever ni opinion tbat .Mount Ci op '.
in Europe, would compare very f.ivoi-
ably with any they bad seen for individual eiaiil ur, but as a range Of
mo nt.uii-. nothing compares wuh the
Rocky .m.I  Selkirk ranges'.
Tin- Is the flrst trip these titled vi/j-
itois hu.e made to Canada.
In  up, a..nu  ni  tl:'  prosp ii is of     a
solid enjoyment on Victoria Bay.
At 1:45 p.m., the parade headed by
the 0.  Verdi Bund of  Revelstoke wi'l
art from the V.M.C.A. building, pro
ceeding along Second street by Boug-
las street to lower town up Kirst St
and McKen ie' avenue io ihe ba-'l
grounds.
At threa p.m. -harp Mayor T. Kil -
a i-in   will  go  in the liox  for lteve'-
AUDITORS'   REPORT.
'lhe auditors'  report  was  theu   submit :ed.
The nix arrears showed uu outstand    ul_
nu umi O'l *35,000. Al0i     MeKinnon—I   muke u motion
Aid. McKlnnon-part of that am- tUt :^e prL.s.nt sewer hyluw, as
outu is that sewer mx umar. There dl.a*t0(j ,„. alueaded io cui out the
v.a- -u. h an outcry the 1909 tav for
sewers was not collected.
However,  I  think tho high Bchool pro
perty should be secured uud to do   so
ihe  by law must pass,
W. 11. HOROBIN.
I  have no opinions for publication.
J. WALKER.
I u.u loo busy selling cigars to talk
Kilputrick—Boes any on.   a .out bylaw-.
K.  McRAE.
I am h art ily  iu favor of the   higa
school   bylaw,    I am  not  posted  us io
the     $l'o,000,     but 1 favor  anything
which will improve the towu.
MR.  STOKES.
1  have  not  yet stu.lied  the  Inlaws,   Leg   1 ye*.'   1
,u. sswei' U.     from the lirsi       and   i,nt I am tor progress and keeping up   Wide Balls   1
those not  benefitted should  be struck   to our  lime
t.i...
n.Ujor     	
Ki.o.v' just what sewer taxes ui'e col-
Ideia-ule and what uot among tha amounts shewn as unpaid or outstanding
on our a-set of  unpaid tuxes.
ili' whole tiling should be straight
i n.l out one and  (or uil.
Aid. MeKinnon—-Those  benefitted by
tue Bjwer should   ho  culled upou     to
'lb- result -ef ihe game -'no.v..I ihe
wesi end v, inn i b5 a scoi e of 129 to
; .   'ih    following  i-  ihe     individual
.e.l
EAST  TEAM.
Batsman Runs
p. it. Wilson b. Rothwell   0
J, Fo ;go b. Maley   0
Moni 11. Maley  11
Hairy 1>.   Rothwell   0
Boyle, out  I
li. 1      , b.   Rothwell  14
ii. Wl Bon id Maley   0
C, Wil-oi b. Rothwell   1
Bet; .  out  1
Plget, 1 . Maley   3
I'ii    | s    0
B.VCS        5
European war, I ount Poiucki was' nf  8toke and pitch the first ball, iormal-
Mayor Kilpatrici:—That matter will
bave to i.e straightened out in tho
sewer irontage tax. The prop.'!' course
is to refund thnt portion of the I'JO'J
nix i nia and then charge up the whole
amount in the sewer frontage :ax- We
are a iw sche luling.
Aid. MeKinnon—There are no recom
ii.en iut ions  re  a.  margin  for  safety,
L90J    .wer  lax and ri fund same;   and
to   i.y   1910 and   I.U I   and   1912  taxes
C. R. MACDONALD.
1 am certainly in favor of the water
bylaw, which covers a service wo ure
i nin i to provide. As ior the high
.-chool lam considering the mattei,
and i will register my vote on elec -
i loa day.
W. A.  SMYTHE
i huve nothing  to Say  io uuy ihw-
PaPer man iu regard to bhe matter.
J. B. B1BBALD, Jr.
on those benefitted by the sewer nud
the whole to be adjusted in the new
schedule."
Aid. MsSorley—1  second -.'ume.
Aid. Howson—It would have been
liter to ] ay   PJ09.   Some 0£  it was
i anl an.l   I cannot  understand why
Ite  whole was not  colic ted aud re-   ...rough.   School bylaw—1 think     th)   E.  Voting, b. Monck ....
Total    45
WEST  TEAM.
Batsman R.ius
C. M.  Field, b.  Boyle  L3
Harris,    .  Me a k    1
J. Maley, retired  11
B.  It.  Atkins, b. Hi.lines   2
Rothwel i. -.1 •   ('
B. R.  Reynold .  b,  Holmes    S
K.  H.  Bo  rn . out   U
W. H. Wai ace   ... M n k   1
    13
I  would Like to b-ee both bylaw.- go  Jardii ir, not out   I
oi ,n. a that such was really inevit
able in ;i i w years. Boib he nnl
■ ii Cunay are commissioned oilicers in the lo.i-h and French armies
respo.'tively, and ihere.on- high uui.V-
oiin -  uu   European  wur questions.
The war im In. ss condit •
ions very  bad In the old country   for
ly opening  l-he home gumes of the B.
C.    utorior  League, after which Geo.
Webb  of  the golden smile will relieve
, i   Worship and pit b for Revelstoke
Th.- Revelstoke C.P.H.  team line-uu
us follows:
Batte .c-'. Webb and Lezle, on the
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ii oiind, with Pulley nnd Noel behind
n arlj \ months past reserves we e ,|,(. bat, Bruco tirst base, Philips sec-
called in onth- Russian frontier und , ,,,i base, Derr, third base, Fisher at
on the Serv an and Moatenegrian fron short, List center, Wilson an.l Gilles-
"•'''■■ while on the two latter the ra- , ;,. right and left field, with possibly
serves are still out, which costs the , H., or two changes to be announced
Austrian government 1,500,000 francs,  |ater.
or aboul -. 00 per duy. uu t>,e \\,. \Uy,. no line up ou the Vernon
Russian frontl r the reserves were cull nam, but understand their team has
ed m n im.nth a Count Potocki as been considerably strengthened since
well ns ihe F:.!i b Coun,, ure old huti ,boir game with Kami o .. a first
tei- ui i i; .a:-, having bunted beer , ., game between two well matched
anl big a i.i arpatbian moun- teams is assured. A re ord crowd
teln    whi b i , , Uistriaaed  Bhould ba in attendanco ai  thi ,     ihe
Poland.     They ate' now determined to  nrst home game us u large numl
J-'1'"- somi '.,. and through Ue  v.sitors from  the Okanagan un.l .-ur-
aiian ;i'in. n:- made by Provincial rounding towns will be here, andev-
''"» s I Ro bwell of Revelstoke, act- ,,y citizen who has thi best interests
tag "i I- '.t. us from A. Bryan of tho city ut heart suould b. in u:-
Wllllan.s, ch . silo ward. n. thwii! tendance, and by iheir presence en-
prominent bun ers left on the s. 3. courage the home team. There Ls no-
Rcveleto.e , • ,. (Tuesday) mora- thing any ball player or sportsman
mg bound for Downie Creek, where likes belter than a good crowd witnes*
they will rump a day or two then sing his playing as it is a great -tim-
prooeed up the trail so.i.e twelve mil- ulent to the players and we all owe
cs, where they will start niter the it to the bull team to patronize tbis
Grizzly beal e-arh of tbc Counts huv - initial mutch at Ro.elstote. So be
ing an  .'Xpert guide. gul.e all,!  1)L. there.
Count Potacki w.ll use hi- favorite ,\ "»5 pri/e'' will be ollered Ior the
rille len.* manufactured in Austria, best bicycle costume and the "Prince
iml known .,- the Mannlloher rifle, it  ,,; Toni ht"  o^eia company will   be
t...n .1.   The frontage tax is going to
money    has
Mayor Kilpatrick—We must first ver-  ;,, vorv bigh.
ill    all   tin'   >;'.,.' 0   arrears   of      taxes       ...a.,or     Kilpatrick—Th
ss an actual correct amount before ,,, ., ..,u,,.d. Li will probably be
we know where we are at. The is.-u - ea .,.,. for tbe people to pay tho I'JO'J
ol tax arrear notices to date aud lax ^.r,,a(i (),er, the balance of the
the verifying anl return of -ame by debenture period, rather than trying
tha taxpay rs will be the ouly means  tu couect those amounts we collected
,1 n :  out .iisi   where  we      stuu.i.   cn.e and refunded. I	
That 835,000 may he ail o.k. uud an Aid. i!,j..u—Hus the frontage tax lerioi anl .. .■ will lose' our opportuni-
asset, or it mav not, the verifying or been baed on debentures selling at 'l>' '• >•''"' too penurious. As re •
otherwise oi     same iy  tho taxpayer.   ■ ,   n lar, it is   going to be a  Ba'ds ti.e wat r     bylaw,] know very
and   a. ainst  ou     city  high frontage tax.
00 s  is  tbe only  plan to arrive    at      Aid. MeKinnon—Sewers on n twenty
the aecurraej  or otherwise of that as-   i;.,   fool        -1    In    Vancouver    cost
t  ,,   oui landing taxes. about st per annum.
Aid. MeKinnon—We should perhaps,     Mayoi   Kilpatrick—Wo must let this
10I taxes  .edited. .   :     over and Mr.  Stein       will
Minor T. Kilputrick—All public please furnish a statement showing
municipal accounts .should he uudifd cur sinking fund on each debenture,
bj   an a'-countant. -,n.i    how     eame stands in the bank
Auditoi St ,11 ;..eii entered the meet ,0,. This will complete the utiditors
lug* 1 port.
Major Kilpatrici—Cannot we send -ij. McKinnon-The boulevard tax
tut Hi   notic,     while you are hero now   is  aH out and wv  must  ha.e all this   bylawa on   n""  'lil-v next-
A.countant     Stein—I   don'i      think .information,  bui   we mus!   get    down H.  McKlNNON
th-i-e ui- many eases of arrears      of  t0 business at once. The    amount of   monej  RevelstokJ
taxes being paid and still -hewn     as     Mayor     T.  Kilpatriek*-Tho motion  spends an education is beyond 1 he pro
; taniing.   'in   re   Ipts would  bow   an1, li" on the table pending the pre-   portion of safety a- compared     with
Aid.   McSorley—Why  should not  re-  8entlng of these detail-. ibe eity revenue.   Comparing our pop*
eeipts ha.e be n issued from B spar- _ , ,,      . , "    uialion,  Revel to e educational     ex-
ate receipt book not now available to AUDITORS' REPORT. pendlture I   beyond thc proportion in
audit. Aid. MeKinnon—Is tho auditor-' re-  other mji.s    ,     believe In education,
Aid.  MeKinnon—My idea is  to send   port complete for  publication and  in   |,ut 1 ai-0 believe in   ..un.l :,nance und
timo I- rri'io: u uew high school und  Byes    .•*.
the wai r   onnections uio very badly  *"'-'  ''-' a  '
needed   to  supply   proport*)   on    which
i.i.     a being paid.
t..  W   BELL.
I think we e>nuo; afford to turn the
s. hool  hjla«   down.   We want  this t.,
i.e   un     ,. i   ,1 ional   c 11 1     .ui   the   In -
lictle a out it,  but ihe amount seem-'
.a'  the extension-      iu
Fairview,  ivhich are the grounds upon
which  tli?  bylaw is proposed.
G. S. McCARTER.
1 favor both     bylaws, certainly an.l
all the time.
C. M. FIELD.
lum certainly .11 in'.o:' of the high
chool bylaw,   t am considering
Te    *..  29
Thus the west-tn .
Mi run-.
I i'i i ar fut
ure a return mate
.he   "a 1   od ■ -i
1
Teddy's Wedding
A  \ ery  pi     ;■   w   . i  .
ized     ft'e Iti    at ti ■
.
when MB    K unit-
I
the  w .1 known resld nt of 0 te.
mh •!'.   1 shall   pi " ••  for both
rder.
if  our expens ducution  1-  allow-
.h • 1 made  in 1 ostums.
is u gun ihai  -!i s an oxplo-'ive enr-
11 (dge and     1   1 m • ran •' w a..on.
'I he   Ki. Di h   Ci ;.nt   Canoy   us      bi
faVOI  h in old Knglish rille.
Both  il.' I lomliii nt visitors ex -
pres • ,1 u ''iiuiL* .lesirc io witness    a
gool   baseball game,   ihey had    never
seen  it  played     'I'he game  of cricket 	
di 1  not appeal to them very  much, it
wa- too -low. Tney also asked many Cr.cket Match at Kamloops  May
question* about the various forms   of      24th*—Liue-Up ot Local Team.
KAiviLOUro v*
KhVtLi>10.\E
out a statement of our arrears       to ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
each person like a lank would do. Mayor Kilpatrick—We do not '..now ((1 to ,0lllllllle increasing in the ratio
Accountant  St.in—I  do not see thi- cen n .w  where we are exactly  untie ,,,- t*,#. ,,,, , nve ycarsitis only a mat-
would be a good plan.   Tbe sewer tux the arrears of taxes are absolutelj ver t,.,. ,)t u  i|rl,   ,,„„, |„.|0r,. our ,.,.,1,.,
figures are -ure to be complained    ol "W'   w" lliv'' '" deckle em the   besl revenue will  bc gobbled up by educa-
a I. MeKinnon—Some taxes forsew «»y to arrive at thai now.   Can tbey ,,, n ,,10,,,^ , „iv ,,„,■ bran h ■>;     the
-    ere refunded. hc ^ot »' b>   for onal canvass. many public   ervi cs we must support
Accountant Stein—Ths siwer      tux     Aid. McSorley -The  thod must be Uur Uist    ,, ,,„   Qebcnturen  wa
-r.o.il.l  i ••  squared  up lirsi  and     then ''tal. ,   Mls     |   .,,.     .,.      ■,    B   N,.Iy      j1io1
ihe tax arrears collectable verilied, to Mayor T. Kilputrick—As  -,„,M a   wv ,,„„.  ,n |](i;1,   bylaws,
send out the sewer tax arrears    wuh r»t the details ol lower adjustments, K1)   TU|MHU.;
the others will create fri,tion. nnd slnWnj innl,     we ran go ahead '                 '
I  urn u am t  ilu* school bylaw
Too mu h cannot 1
was alws bie towr.
Tie j ,V    )
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.
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A -
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y.   The bi    •
.•wa..    y   1 hos.   lot r ol     tho
I.i ..1 ■. while th ■ _•:■ •'
Mr. an 1 Mrs. 1
I   the   wh..- br
their futun
11 1 romim n*i-.
pe. ially, -l I.."  In
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All.   McKinnon-We  cannot   get    to   "it'1 the report,
the bottom of our arrears unl'ss    all (To hc Continued.)
gold mining in this province and expressed u strong desire to see an old
time stamp  mill  in operation.
The Revelstoke and Kamloops crick
it teams' will meet in battle royal at
Tho Polish count was fairly amaztd  u mat,.h (0 bo played at Kamloops on
Saturday next, May 21th. It is fully
expected that the home team will give
a good account of themselves when
the  bnal  score  is counted.
when he heard of ihe vastness of tie
province of British Columbia and that
it really contained less than 400,000
population, he continued tho belief
that British Columbia would afloi d
wonderful attraction* for immigration
Parties for years to come. Ho was
astounded to h'urn of the vast reg -
ion of agricultural lands lying in the
OPINIONS
ON CITY
BYLAWS
I have not studied  the wator bylaw
very much.
j WALTKR BEWS.
I am in fuvor ol the high sehool by
law. I cannot see how that the $15,-
OC'O is required for water, as wo have
voted funds which were supposed     to
  be sufficient for fourteen years,     and
The Mail-Herald reporter during tho  now  we are asked  for further money.
.  ' 1.    ■ e.- 11.  iaU-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^        be- and   ift r   .liu •   nt   home
cause     the     ciiy needs   many oth"  :.i   a)  ,,k..*
things   mu■ h   more  urgently,  also    ou .,
account of the pic.-cnt adverts Qnan-     Mr, an 1 Mr-   Paint wen   ths recipi-
< iui  eonditions  and  because   I   believe <nt    ,.; nan Am ng thoso
cosl of maintaining such -**, -"-hool pireen 1 ii.em this city were Geo-    01,
mt top ol our other heavy educational Bell a;,i j. Guy Bmbcr.
expeiidituieB  is  sure to  prove  a  ser •
ious problem for our already ovor Mrs. K\ B. Hooley nnl Mi- Hooley
bin. leii' d ms payan, I think the wn- entertained at tea last Saturday after bylaw ought to carry. term,on
If.  J.  M.'SORLEY IS
I think the s hool bylaw should    be W.
The  line  up of the  Revelsloke team   lagt twc dayS| interviewed many prom   |  think both bylaws are pcrhapB   for  given a twelve months'  hoist,      and  £
as fojlows:
inent ratepayers, businessmen and oth  excessive     amounts    and perhaps tho   lhal   the other  bylaw should  pass.
Maley,   capt.    Wallace,   Ballard,   F. ,_ r,.,a,^  ln the-    attitude     tn -  .• u
c-i   .,. t.  ,   „„   n 1-1   mat*   xt„» regain to eneu   a*-utuuc     eo     tligh school  could have been bui t for
Flectham,  Bourne,  Babel, Field.  Mor-   ,...r,,q .,,„ .„._ i,.i„w< whii>h enme t, -   , ..        . .„ .
,-   .   r, u,   u„i.        uiil., „n,i n>ia»s wnion come h..    |CBb money  than  $1,0,000.   In spite of
gun.  tnrtwright.   Holme-,   Miller  and  f       muni,.ipal e|„ctor8 f0r the*vote on  thaw crlHelmt of Stalls   I will   ,„, ,
(IHHWaiSliiPlililllSlil  Bavy, with C. North as umpire. Thul,da>,  May  22^  tomorrow. ™   J J,'',"Zt^ZLle
ji     Just belore going to press a Kam-     The followinK *„ a BU,r,m       of   the ''^*   '2' 1'    g
H I, ops dispatch gives ,,„, following line  opinio„ oI lho^e CRnvass(.d; "OBT- "OWSON.
r«]  up ol  the  Kamloops team  to  ■ on test I am in favor of the high school and
B  the local team on May Jlth.   Follow- w   M*  LAWRBNCH. al80 8„pI)0rt the water     bylaw, and
3  ing is the line up of the outside team:      I favor the bylaws, we have a   big  hope all  progressive citi/.ens will    do
11     Umpire.  K.O.  Morant.  Messrs. H.W.   school   growing  up   into  high  school,   likewise.
^^^ [■'!  Codby,  captain,  E.T.W.  Poarse,  W.J.  and wo  must  provide for them.   Tho
|i     specially  decorated lor the  oc-    H Burton. C.9. Meyer, A.O. Longbourne ! present a<commodatlon is inadequato; I
|»    ension. Tickets $1, ladies free.    | ,1, Longbourne, V. Deeborough Peake, 11 Uriah our education costs are     too
;« aw. H. Brown, Q.   A.    Evans, E.   H.I high, but 1 cannot see how they   can
HKaaBlHiaiSiaillSiaaS-Urubbe. W.L. Ford, P.W. Pain. lhe reduced.
DR.   J.  H.  HAMILTON.
1  shall  vote for both bylaws.
Remember (he Opera House
Ball given by the Management on tne 2i'.th inst. The
Revelsloke City Bund will
furnish   the  music.   Supper  nt
Card of Thanks
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To night, Wednesday, w.
will have the Orpheui Orchestra with us, (rom 8 30 to
I" 10. (-'ur store i-1 nlway-
■ omt'ortable and we will be
pleased to have you make i*.
your  meeting  pla..-.  We Bcrve
|a|    midnight.   Tho hull   wlll     be
O. W.  ABRAHAMSON.
I will sure vote for both bylaws.
W. A. BARRAOLOOQH
W need the high school and I sup- j reavement
Mr.  W.  A.  Strutt and family, wish H  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
to thank     all those friends ol Rovel- a all hot and cold   drinks, nnd
stoke and district, who have shown so  2 "fe endeavoring to    trive th'
many     kindne-ses to his son    during  ¥ best Mtrin  DOSSlbU.
tho five month*" be was in the bospit    ■
nl prior to his -death, and lor 8ympa-,S MANNING'S
thy extended thc family in their bo- B
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THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, MAY 21st, 1913.
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Why You Should Buy
A Gurney - Oxford Range
Because the Gurney Economizer saves 1 ton
of coal  in every 6 burned in other ranges.
Because thc Economizer gives you absolute
control of your stove and the fuel consumption.
Because the range is air tight and consequently does not jvaste thc heat.
Becauce its new Special Grate is another
fuel saver and the stove is shaken with one
operation.
Because its Tividcd Flue makes every hole
a cooking hole.
Because cf its sanitary artistic  design.
Because of its Broiler equipment.
Because of its polished top which requires
no stove polish.
Because of its roomy over-size oven which
results in perfect baking of any article of food.
Thc Gurney-Oxford range will do everything
that a stove iz intended to do and infinitely
more i.i that it has four scientific fuel-and-labcr-
saving devices that are exclusive — thc Economizer, the Divided Flue, the Special Grate, and
the  Broiler.
A Gurney-Oxford will prove of inestimable
worth in your kitchen. It will save your time,
it will never aggravate your temper, it will
end your trials.
Revelstoke
Hardware Co.,  Ltd
,-iiEf? IE? «E? ^^€i>^^-<E?'@€^^,5!^
1,onion, Mny IG—Among tho mad
schemes of ihe militant suflragettes
disclosed Tuesday was a plot to kid-
nap a cabinet minister, whieh was
not oarrled out because the details fell
inlo the bunds ot persons who revealed  them.
The plot, which originated with one
of the boldest spirits among the mili-
tnnis, wus to lure the minister to a
country house, dress him in un old
woman's clothes, handcuff him, hold a
mock trial in a burn with n feminine
judge, and jury, consisting principally
oi suflragettes wbo hnve suffered imprisonment, nml sentence him to penal
servitude. Whut wns to bc tbe Into
of the unfortunate minister afier the
sentence wu- not disclosed.
lt is stated that an attempt wns
made to kidnap Chancellor of the Ex-
chs I'Uor Lloyd Ueorge a mouth ago on
lhe golf links, but something went
wrong wiih thfl suflragettes' motor
ear.
T. P. O'Connor relutes a graphic
story of bow suflragettes intended to
kidn.ip lbe ch.incellor's little girl,
Megan.   Mr. O'Connor says:
"Mr, Lloyd George at once rushed
to a telegraph ofriee und sent a wire
io his wife, wbo was at Qrlccielal,
Wales, with her daiitber. He told her
lo loo't carefully after lhe 'little packet'—thut being the name 'by which
this lovable und delightful child is
known to her parents."
For a long time Firsi Lord ot the
Admlcalty Chun hill's baby has been
carefully protected by thc police
against a plot to kidnap it.
BOMBS FOUNB ON TRAIN.
Suffrag.'tte bombs were found toduy in ono of tbe pussenger cars oi u
train running between Kingston-on-
Thames and London, on the London
and South Western Railway, making
the third outrage of this kind 0n the
-nine line wuhin two months. On tbe
arrival at Waterloo the conductor
noticed, in one of the compartments,
three parcels which aroused suspicion,
(in iinesiLution two of them were
found to contain tin canisters till.'d
with combustibles uni wrapped in suffragette placards. No explosion occur-
ed and the bombs wer.' handed over
I to the  police.
\ militant suffragette "Arson t^quad"
destroyed   i large   untenanted residence
"The Highlands" at Sandgate-on-Sea,
near Folkestone, on the English chan
nei lu-'i night. Postcards addressed to
the ''Dishonorable Prime Minister"
and to the "Dishonorable Reginald
MacKennn, home secretary" were left
lying about on. the premises. There
were nlso, n postcard bearing tbo
words, "We hope this is not a poor
window's hoii.-'e."
ln the House of Commons Mr. Nor
ton Griffiths nsked the Chancellor of
the Exchequc whether be could now
consider the advisability of introducing legislation giving preference to
those dominions which supported tho
Imperial navy dir'.ctly or indirectly
whin their loans were made in this
country nnd preference to aU the dominion- over foreign countries bythc
imposition of n small tax similar to
that existing in France on foreign
leans raised in this country, Mr. Lloyd
George replied thai under tho existing
law there was a preference as regards
stamp dutj oi respect to loans issued
here and colonial governments as com
fared wi h In ei in governments, Hc
add .1 that no further differentiations
would be advisable.
Sherwin    Poi-n-fo
Williams   1   ainib
For Loss of Hair
We vvill pay for what you use If
Rexall "93" Hair Tonic does not
promote the growth of your hair.
In all our experience with hnir
tonics the one thnl has dune most to
gain our confidence is Rexall "93"
.Hair Tonic, We hnve such well-
founded faith in it that we want
you to try it at our risk. If it does
not satisfy you in every particular,
we will pay for what you uso to tho
extent of a .'10 day treatment.
If Rexall "93" Hair Tonic does
not remove dandruff, relieve scalp
irritation, stop the hnir from falling
and promote a new growth of hair,
come back to us and ask us lo return
the money you paid for it, and we will
promptly hand it hack to you. Vou
don't sign anything, promise anything, bring anything back, or in any
way obligate yourself. Isn't that fair?
Doesn't it stand to reason that vve.
would noi make such a liberal offer
ii we did not, Irulv believe that
Rexall "93" Hnir Tonic will do all
we claim for it — that it will do all
and moro than nny other remedy?
We havo everything thoro is a demand for, and are idle In judge the
merits of the things we sell. Customers toll us of their success. There
are' more Batiaficd users of Rexall
"till" Hair Te.nie than any similar
1 reparation we sell.
Start a treatment of Hexall "93"
Bair Tonic today. If you do, wo
believe you will thank us for this
advice. Two size bottles, 60o and SL
You can buy Rexall "(IIV Bair Tonic
in this community ouly at our store:
WALTER   BEWS.
Revelstoke nmisii Columbia
Ttie JwfiSS Stort
There in a Rexall Store in nenrly every' town
nnd citv in the United States, Canada and
Great Britain. Thero is a diilcrcnt Hexall
Remedy for nearly every ordinary human ill —
each especially designed for the particular ill
for which it is recommended.
The Rexall Stores are America*! Oreat est
Drug Stores
We carry a full range of colors in the above, both
for inside and outside work, also floor finishes,
Stains, Varnishes, Oil Turps, Johnson's Wood
Dyes, etc. For best results see that S. W. P. is
marked on the can. Everything in up-to-date
Paint Brushes.
STOVES—A Kootenay or Saskalta Riin^c made by the
largest firm in that business in the Uritish Empire; will uive
more heat on less fuel, lasl longer, look and e<x>k tatter than
any stove on the market to-day, we can prove this to you.
Camp Stoves, Camp Outfits, Baseball, Lacrosse and Tennis
Goods, Bicycles, Fishing Tackle.
GROCERIES, Bruit and Vegetables. We do nn ever
increasing trade in these; Quality Goods, Fair Prices, Correct
Accounts.
We tire headquarters for Poultry Supplies, chick food, extra
Grade Wheat, Hay Peed, etc
BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
GROCERS AND HARDWARE DEALERS
First St, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
EARLY SPRING GOODS
Consisting of every conceivable size anil make of
Huts, Cloves, Shoes and Underwear; also a most
extensive stock of Neckiies of every shade and
style.
We have also a specially fine assortment of samples
for o.ir Spring Clothing Order Dep.irtmeet.
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Fit-Reform Clothing Stetson  Hats Foot-Rite Shoes
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For  Quick   Sale
House. Corner Second and McArthur, 50
Feet. Easy Terms  $2950
House,   modern,   Fifth   Street.    50  Feet.
Easy Terms  $3000
House. Corner Robson and Fourth Street.
50 Feet. Easy Terms   $2900
The Revelstoke General Agencies. Ltd.
Revelstoke Meat Market:
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SWIFT'S
Blood and Cone
FERTILIZERS
Revelstoke Meat Market, ltd.
BUSINESS IS   GOOD
At thk Busy McIntyrk Corner
Beans, small, white, easy to cook, 3 lb. for  25c
Japan Rice, finest, cooks soft 3 lb. for  25c
Stephen's Chow Pickles, per bottle  35c
Sliced Lemon Clinjr Peaches, small tin  20c
John McIntyre & SON
Telephone No. 93
-      GOODS DELIVERED
First Street.
GOODS Al.
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Now Is the Time for Fertilizing Your Garden
Have a Car of Fertilizer on Track.
Save money by buying direct from
Car ....
P. BURNS & GO., Limited
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Phone 41
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LAUNDRESS
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Hobson's Grocery
TIRED ?
THEN A CLT' OF
"BELL BLEND TEA"
will refresh you with its   bright*   spiry
flavor ind fragrancy.    Sold  in   1   Ib.
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Price, 35c, 40c. and 50c. per Ib.
G. W. BELL
P. O. Box 208     GROCER & BAKER     Phono No. 28
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A Remarkable Expression
of Public Confidence . . .
own • :. ■ I  yur
radio '. 'I"'
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, RACT   HOLDS i' iK  IM
TKRE 'T Dl RING THK -■ •   ■..   ,.;   < \\.   , v.sv
li vol' Deflre n Horn If von Would  Be  In
dependent   of a  Landloi l-l ■     I !  .
AT ENDERBY
lho Canadian Home Investment Co., Ltd.
" l nliadfl       i ll(]   I'e■!, |bl«   '
lie,nn* om. !•    I'M ii-'K   UUILDINO, Second Ploor
VANCOUVER, B. C.
Revelitoke Office J. B. WATSON REALTY CO.
(MlMlMlaBf-HlHlBafHlBalMrwlMrMraBlKlMlMlMlMfBaf-MLB* (>■ !■■ I■>|MI■■!■■ !*■ I■■ fH {MfM [■■ I■■ I■■ IM jH |>■ j MI>.}MT
$50—Cash  (Special) Prize—$50
Given in Log  Rolling   Contest
"D A QT713 A T T Revelstoke vs. Vernon
Jj/\OiJyiZ5r\Lvl-/    -      -       Bnderby     vs. Salmon Arm
LACROSSE
FOOTBALL
Hevelstoke
vs. Armstrong
Armstrong
vs. Bnderby
RUNNING RACES AND GENERAL EIELD SPORTS
()|i"ii In All Owners.     $10 and $."> Cash I'ri/.es.
VLRNON   AND  ENDERBY   CITY   BANDS
I N   A T T li N D A N C H
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RlVHeSfOKI.
B. C. Horse and  Boy Scouts in Parade
Numerous Special Features of interest to all, and everything
looking; to the entertainment and comfort of visitors will lie
provided,
Special liuu from Uevelstoke ami Okanagan Landing and way
points,     Hvcursiein coaches will also be provided on the regular (run learlng Revelstoke at 7:03 a.m., returning same night.
One fare and a third for round trip.
Por any further information address:
Secretary Celebration Committee, Enderby, B. C. WEDNESDAY, MAY Mst, 1913.
THE MAIL-HERALD,REVELSTOKE
PAGE THBBB
J. 6. Watson Realty Co.
Six Room Modern House, Corner of Robson Avenue
and Fourth Street —   - __$2800
Six Room Modern House, Fourth Street  $2200
Eleven Room House, Fourth Street,  near McKenzie
Avenue
$3000
100 Feet Seventh Street, near McKenzie Avenue $1500
Store Building McKenzie Avenue for Rent.
Give in Your Listings if You Want a Quick Sale
J. B. Watson Realty Co.
W. H. HOROBIN, Manager.       Local Agency American Casually Co.
AOENT FOR  PACIFIC SALES ASSOCIATION, LIMITED.
SHINGLES
GOON
FREE LIST
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INOORPORATEO 1856
Record of Progress for Five Years—1906-1911
1906
$ 3,000,000
3.000000
23,677,730
27.457,090
33,090,192
1911
8 4,000,000
4,600,000
35,042,311
38,854,801
48,237,284
Capital       -
Reserve   -
Deposits      ....
Loans and lnv-estments
Total Assets
Has S3 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents In all
th* Principal Cities in lho World.
A GENERAL BANKINO BU8INES8 TRANSACTED
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Interest allowed at highest current rate.
Revelstoke Branch. W. H. PRATT, Manager
LADIES' DRESS SKIRTS
Another Shipment to hand of Spring
and Summer Styles in
Voiles, Panama and Lustre
20 Per Cent. Discount for Cash
MRS. A. G. CRICK,   -   FIRST STREET
Laughton C& Tapping, Props. First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
European Plan
Open Day and Night. - Meal Tickets, $6.00
MONTHLY BOARD
Strictly Fi st Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with Bath
Union  Hotel
JUST NEWLY REPAIRED
RATES,     .     $1.50 PER DAY
Weekly and monthly rates to be arranged.       Meal Tickets, 21 meals for $6.00
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
A. P. LEVESQUE, Proprietor
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably   furnished   with  the  choicest the
mirket affords.     Best Wines, Liquors and
Clew"     R»t»° $i a day.    Monthly rate.
X.   ^XjBIESIRT     ST03STEI     fiROIP.
Victoria. May l:*—In the opinion ot
Mr. H.R. MacMillan, Chief Foroster
foi- British Columbia, when the Dem-
oeratic plan to place shingles on the
free list becomes eflertive, British
Columbia manufacturers of this staple
,oivst product will be placed in an Infinitely better position than they have
heretofore occupied, inasmuch as thoro
exists in this province an inexhatist -
ible supply of raw material which can
thus be profitably utilized. The British Columbia shingle has always been
admittedly superior in quality io tho
Washington -hingle, and even as tarifl arrangements have been, the prov-
im-ial Shingle mills have been able to
hol.l their own in the prairie markets.
The natural result of the elimination
of th>' duty will be a considerable influx of American capital for the es -
tablitttment of shingle plants along
th- Coast, where the practice of past
years has been to log for high grade
timber only, much cedar being left in
the woods us waste wbich can now
be economically and profitably utilized. Not inly will British Columbia
gain through the working up of this
raw material in by-products but also
in the cr. ation of small farming i om-
mimities such as almost invariably
sprin : tip as a se iliel and consequence
oi tbs operation of shingle mills.
Beer War Opens
Stll n. of "scops ' glasses of beer
oi exceptionally large size, at the
tegular price of 5 cents a glass in a
few city sa'.oons that are alleged to
bebrewery conLro.lced is' declared to
be partially responsible for the outbreak of a new beer war in Spokane.
As was ihe ca-e a year or so ago,
the price of Lotiled beer in a large
percentage of the local thirst-killing
emporiums has been reduced to 50
tents for four bottles of the size customarily called "quarts" or two bottles for 23 cents, and in some in-
sian.es an extra pint bottle of beer is
givenat this price.
Dee latin,' that ihe beer war is a
fight anion- th' breweries whieh the
individual saloon keepers are compelled to lay for out of their own
pockets to a large extent, and that
durin?; the last price-cutting contest,
a lar^e aaiouut of inferior beer is believed to have been sold, some ot
tho-'e interested in the present aflair
express their intention of having a
ihemical test made of the beer now
cn -ale.
It is declared by many of the saloon keepers that ihe outbreak of the
present tight will cause beer at "four
for ft half" to become a permanent
thing in  Spokane.
Quaritch, the collector, paid $510 for
"The English Dance of Death," by
Thomas Rowlandson, with men ieal illustrations by William Combe, at a
sale of manuscripts at Sotheby's. "A
Des ription of the New World, or tbe
American Islands nnd Continent and
by What People These Regions Are
Now Inhibited," by George Gardyner,
of Peek-ham, dated 1651, sold for $250
Oth'T pictures were as follows* —A
first edition of Oscar Wilde's " The
Picture of Dorian Gray," with original boards, $90. a first edition of "No
Thoroughfare,1' a drama in five acts' by
Charles Pickens and Wilkie Collins,
$250; "The Piscovery of the Largo -4
Beautiful Empire of Guiana," by Sir
Walter Raleigh, dated 15U6, $126.
Read "Mail-Herald" SALES AND WANTS for Snaps
S. S. Reve'stoke
Durin? 1 iw vaW t-e son
steamer leaves City Wharf
6 am. ev ry Tutsday and
Friday for La Porte and
way pons, returning same
day.
Freight and passenger
rates made known on application.
F. Swanson,
CARDS
0. B. N. WILKIE
PROVINCIAL LAND  SURVEYOR
Ottice: Lawrence Hardware Block
REVELSTOKE, B. O.
W.  H.  WALLACE,  M.B.C.S.A.
ARCHITECT
Box 205, Telephone 313. Revelatoke
HARVE*?, McCARTER
AND PINKHAM.
Barristers,   Solicitors,   Etc.
Imperial Bank Building Revelatoke, B. O.
Money to Loaa.
Offlcee—Revelatoke,    B.   O..     »»<*
Cranbrook, B. O.
Geo. 8. MeCarter,
A. M. Pinkham, J. A. Harvey
Revelstoke. Cranbrook
COURT     MT.      BEGBIH.   No. 14(1.
OF I. O. F.
Meets in I. O. O. F. Hall next to
Tapping1! Opera House every second
and fourth Monday in month. Visiting brethren cordially  wMcomed.
H. V. MORGAN, O. R.
WM. S. CAMERON. Rec.-Sec.
SELKIRK     LODGE 12, 1.  O.  O.  F.
Meets every Thursday evening In
Selkirk Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting
irethren cordially invited.
C. NORTH, N. Q.
.JAS   MATHIE, Sec.
KOOTENAY     LODOE.  No. IS A.  F
aud A. M.
Purser
Phone-57
TREES, PLANTS
AND BUSHES
Now is the time to secure yo ir bedding plants, fruit and orn unental
trees or berry bushes. We also h ive
a few rose bushes.
HEVELSTOKE
NURSERIES
PHONE 36
Regular meeting* are held in MAS-
•WTn TKMPLB. Oddfellows' Hall
■in ths Third Monday in each montb
»t S p. m. ViBiting brethren are
-ordially welcome.
J. HI HAMILTON, W. M.
A. G. BROOKER. Secretary.
n. w. o. w.
Mountain View Camp, No. X2»
vWte Second    and      Fourth  Wertnet
dave    In  each   month  in     Selkirk
Hall.      Vleitlng  Woodmen   are
cordiallv invited to attend
JAMES  MrlNTYRR,  CO.
H. W. EDWARDS, Clerk.
REVELSTOKE LOYAL ORDER
MOOSE No. 108S
Meets every first and third Tuesday in Oddfe.lows Hall. Vlsltlnj
hrethern cordially  invited  to  attend.
A. Grant, Dictator.
H. L. Haug, Secretary.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
VICTORIA DAY
EXCURSIONS
Fare and One-Third
for Round Trip .   .
SELLING DATES
MAY 22 to 24,1913
Return Limit
May 27, 1913
R. G. McNeillif.
District Pamengpr Agent
CALGARY
FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL
It mnkci 00 ellflorrlll-r Kli.it yuu lltur* on
planting this soion—we cun eupplr »«»•
end wltb the (innt qunlity ot nuracrr >tock
•▼ef grown.
AU tr*M, plnntt, »lnci, borrln, inmbi,
evi'rjreein. roMi, etc., told tif ui are surer-
Ited
Tlttl. TO NAME
• wlll par jou to got In touch wllh Bl.
VERJf PLANTER NEEDS OUR BOOK—
XNDSCAPE GARDENING
8c   WHAT TO PLANT" .
32 PAGES,        10-*(STAMPS)
CRASER
IVALL-EV
lURSERlESL".
RICHARD M<C0MB,GElftMGR
IBOX.A.ALDERGROYE.B.C.
SEASONABLE HARDWARE
X
At Prices Never Belore Ollered
to the Public of Revelstoke
X
We are offering some of the many seasonable and attractive lines and hope to enlarge the impression that we are
ready with the goods that are wanted, as they are wanted,
and at the lowest possible price, consistent with good
quality.
Screen Doors $1.50 to $2.75
"     30c to 45c
Step Ladders $1 to $4.50
Hoes, Rakes, Spades etc from 50c to $1.25
Lawn Mowers  $650 to $10 50
"     Rakes     50c
"      Hose       $4.50 to $11 per 50 ft.
Sprinklers 40c up
Grass Cutters $1.50
Alabastine in all Colors
The  Famous   MINERVA  Taints—The  Best  in Canada.
.   .   SPORTING GOODS of all kinds   .   .
COME IN AND SEE-NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS
Revelsioke Hardware Company, Ltd.
Agents for GURNEY'S CHANCELLOR Ra^s.
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24th of May Necessities
C||   NIMr'C Smartness  and   refined  newness  are   tie
OUI III ivO*"=   dominant  fe.-itures of our Summer models
in Greys, Browns,  Blues ami Mixture?..
$15 to $40
CumTiL-rr      China Silk, Pongees,  wi
OlIIIX I lllUO"   collars to match.
th  soft   separate
SHOES
Patent Colts. Tan Calfs, Vici Kids, Gunmetal aud Velours.
HATS Stiff'   Soft'   S,raw-   S***"*    Smart shapes
llrtlO"™" and rich colors.
McRae Mercantile Co.
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Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros.
Props.
First-Class in all
respects.
All Modern
Conveniences
RATES, $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Rates
REVELSTOKE. B. C.
. . . It Miqht Be Cold. . .
IBTTT
It is always hot in the plunge at Halcyon Hot Springs,
whose natural hot medicinal waters are the most wonderful health restorer on the Continent. Our record of cures
of rheumatism and other chronic complaints is unequalled
and verified by our gratified patrons. Located among the
greatest scenery of Canada, easy of access,—the Sanitarium is luxuriously fitted and finished for comfort and
convenience of guests.
Haleyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. BOYD, Proprietor, •        Halcyon. Arrow Lakes
a a
JUST OPENED UP  UNDER  NEW  MANAGEMENT
The Kootenay Brewery
Manufacturing
ALE     PORTER     LAGER BEER
A. C0URCH. PROP.
REVELSTOKE. B. C.
<$*      GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER-^^^
J PAGE FOUR
,crRALD, REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, MAY 21st,  1913.
r
Just Arrived, in Great Variety, our Complete Stock of
Screen Doo <s
See the Latest in these Lines
The Combination Screen and Storm Doors
'.'     ti fui  in Design nnd Workmanship
j-cus:k.n Windows
35c to 75c
Screen >viue
All Si/.es from 24 inches to 42 inches Wide
SPRING HINGES
DCOR SPRINGS
DOOR CATCHES
DOOR HANDLES
aUMMSU'fcU *■
NOTICE
Ni ti •   Is  here' y given  that  at the
next meeting ot the Board of Licensing     Co.nmis ioners tor the     City ol
Revi".- ■       to        held next after    (he
ty   .lay-   from      thc
: tii ation will  lie made
permission to Laughton and Tapping to tran«.er to John C. Laughton
I Revelst i.otel license to sell
r hj   i tail now htld hy Laugh-
■  -  in     respect of the
ses   it Ret .•   known ns    the
\\ .n '.-or Hotel.
I th      1st   ■ '.:.:   i I  Mav,  1013.
Laui I Tal I'i"--
ippil -,   .John    C.
i iui hton. st iss. May 3 lm.
Nl ITICE.
Notice is h r tby  gi ■•■ :  t iai   ai   th -
•   ■ n ■ ol the Eoard of
■    D B oners   for   th>: City
ke 10 he hel.1 after the cs-
I *    rty days from  the date'
..•ion     will  lee made by
. d .i  for     permission     to
tnster to J.C. Tap-
i • nse to sell liquors
lises known as th*
-Hot oke,  B.C.
I  day ol May, 1C13.
- at orney in fat.
W. H. Pratt.
J. C. TAPPING.
Tth, 30.-1.
NOTICE
taken for pa-ture.
i - p?r month, $5.00.
Ll  be made
D ■    term, or lot  more than
Paat i wa*-
I feed.
A] ply * ■ w. Kleming.   iss. MU sr..
lbc flDaiUOi ccalb
PUBLrSHKT)   WKIiMO-iOAY   AND
baTI tit)A\  a r
RF.Vt.-ei.vt   'Hie.   ft    C.
iniccioi iPuiMh i:«!im Coiiu>aiiv,
j    K.  J( IH -Jsi (N.  Munacei
ini.i'H  n   srni"i'i,v    Kdltoi
tiC '.   -   .    LAI r.L>
WEDNESDAY,  MAY  21st,  1913.
Saturday, May 24tli, ts Empire Day
and will be celebrated with fitting
ceremony in everj quart.'!* of the great
est empiri  the « orld   a ' ever s<>eu.
a     Mayor T.    Kil
Patrick, that the   lecorations to be ar-
: i ii.  -1 m>  : h        v     i the coming Libel i■:  i'. men ion,  be ■ pread    tn
lime for     use on  the great Impel al
trapp j   leiic, nml it is
-,o be hoped that all citizens, busine*
: others, will aid in the
ij lm.sun,- the Union Jack and
the Mai le- I - a  to thi
i  ., ! ■   .   tab ishmenta       and
■   -  -
of i ur Dominion a
Empire.
ill
publi    nui  i
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I in I
■ it-.      ty poll        v'
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Revelstoke   Ii. O.,  May 18, 1913
Kiliioi' Mail-Herald:—
'lbe' tetter ulii li appeared in your
last Issue, >i. ned "Wage Earner,"
toiicliin,' on matters connected with
die proi o-i-el new high school, seems
io me to touch only one side of tho
question, innl With your kind pennio-
Miti.l would like to "present a few
lho Ij bis showing tlio other side of the
question."
To b.'s: n. it is quite apparent that
while the pany wbo wrote tho letter,
may be a va;e earner, be or she is
not a tax-payer. The writer is evid-
ini',., on ■ of that large brigade, some
of whieh lie.' inside the city limits and
s ime do t ot, an 1 wbo are quite sat-
i : i ,1 io i'.iiii wages in lhe <ity and
ake the inll advanta e of everything
ee Inn . a- so ii'- oil" else is paying for
it. Asa airly heavy taxpayer in Rev-
Is o. I'. 1 thin'; the time has come
ub n a hault should be called on any
lea.y expenditure, only what is ni;>-es
.ary. A fliO.OOO hi h school just now
is not nc es ary. as we have only 20
pupils attending high s hool. We will
admit that the provincial government
have bean generous enough to grant,
ihroa: h the efforts oi the Hon. Thos.
Taylor, a stm of ?4O,00U to a-'sist in
building this school. Is there any
reason to suppose that ihis grant will
not be available next year, or the
y.ar following, it is fairly certain
ihai will be. it is enly reasonable to
think that our member will ha able to
get a3 much in the future for the city,
as  h'  I.a- ill   lbe  past.
No.v loo'; for a moment at the tin-
► ii ial standing of th.' it , there are
at the ires, nt mo.nenl .. .O.OC-J worth
of lie entures, aiitho i/.ed f.-om prov-
ious i. on y bylaws v.h.h have [>a-s-
ed, Ij in: In the city ha I and on
whi h the highest offer eo .'ar has been
83 cents i n the dollar, In the present
c n 'i ion o' t-h ■ m iney market that is
all R -vf-lsioUe City debentures arc
worth, and yet ,, majority of our rity
a bei . .1 m.i ii wis i to ] ass a. bylaw
. nd add anoth sr $20,0 I) worth to
wi.iii is already pii ,1 up an.l cannot
be sold. Has the taxpayer over stop-
11.1 to consider that if these $20,000
worth of high school debentures are
nil i.i this figure al a 50 year peril..!, whal they will finally cos- the
city, «h n ibey are ie I ■ emed, It
will amount toa sum of $ 0,000 and
when we onsidi r thai ai I be ine sent
timi, mor • than li ill of our taxi.- ai
to duration, (191*J taxes 13 mills
i • e. mc thai the time ls heri
v.h n we >h tl
tion      Where  is  this thi ig  going     to
op   '      In     ad lit ton " tbi   1 may
b it  i li r. i a personally     in
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OBITIMRY
"1    HOLD   THE
f A VERY EAS
EARTH
* THING,
but evei in :  person  i in   lnl<! at
lr is; ,   ■ rt of it if hi    fishes to,
Wc !;,i-. nr  hands tbut
we would like to di : ■■"• of,  fine reel'
The funeral  too|i   ,
.   a ' o' W,   Itrutt     ,n    of
'•'■   '..      ■ .ft. ..f  Bea on.   \now lak««,
. on Sunday LStb May.
-  -.in    ore!,   ■ if      age
a bright, merry chi ei „nd his untime-
Ij end has brought gloom t.e, his pater.'   and playmates', ♦bo   bowed theli
dentiat^plou tbat |xe sun- to advancein   sorrow m th.' tribute of floral o n
value in lh; near future. inL,..   wni, h  covered   the  Coffin   with     a
Call .it eeiir office and   let as   tell  yon   mantle ol foavgrMce,
ibdiviiion. Rev, J.w. Stevenson conducted   it>«
  fun-rai ceremony and ibe funeral cor-
('■!•'   .n'lml"e|  several Of  lh<> mo'it pro-
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, Ltd.h
A. E, Kincaiii, Manager.
I"  	
mate   and yoiinr friends dom Anon
ncHsmnn  of  Itivehtok'',   tOgOtbet   with
J a number of tbe deoeaeed boy's' piny-
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ire ■ ti'. •■ who e
flllKli!      ' tO        '•''
If    li ■
•o be branded       i
bluffet   a< a vital moment, u,<- oppo'
t'liniy i   afforded thi rn next T
to mnke- i",'i'■ i.i ■■,'■ erward   hoi
peare,
r.iiiiff    ittvf-n?.,   It   lei  rich'   Up   tO   II
th;s  linn-.
Yours,
ShwIohTzl
tht   fan--iy   r'mriy   fnr   Cotirtia   and  Col<f*
"Sh.^h cettt  ta   little   and does   »o much!'
lakifl and  Rcvilntoke.
Mr, H. Loughciid and son .Willie left
on Monday night's  train for Toronto
F.   W.   1/ninir   left.   Monday   nli-tit   I ll
Toronto* wher» he irncs iis delegate lo
tbt I'rir-ibylcrkin  Cnngri-ss.
NEW SPRING GOODS
Ladies Tweed Skirts
Ladies 1-piece Dresses
Ladies' Suits
Oily a few Suits left to  clear  at
Special Prices.
in   White    Lawn,   and   Muslins.
Regular $4 and $5.    Your choice
for $2.00
White Wash Skirts
Prices $1.75 to $2.50.
Women's Spring Hosiery
Women's   White Underwear.
Ladies' House Dresses
Res. $4, $3, $3-to clear at $2 00.
Millinery!
EVHIIisiery
Spring Wash Goods
Oji* stock Never Better.    Prices
marked down from 40c. and 36c.
No v                 2'">c.
Millinery
We are keeping in touch with
the Eastern Market.     You can
depend upon th;  latest Btyles,
v_
REID &
UfHGMK Portraiture
Those who find it menvenient to gel round t'i the photographer's, i.ui huve a lirst-c'ass pour it   taken .u home,   in
31    Ji. Douglas Tourner almost any -nle. and   with   unique: and   ple;.sing  efTects.
y.\ ° Drop a card or oa I in af the I RULMAN SI I l)h> and an
The Trueman Studio    appo'ntm nt will .it once be m ide.    Rxler'Ors also taken.
M
vmwmsa&msiiv
nnr^::*^': i^atKaasE
em
CAKABA'S LIST
IN US£ 40 Yt'RS
GOOD THEN    BEI Tilt NOW
Perfecl Scale, Purit) of T  Susceptibility ul Touch, Meuuty ol Finish, Work-
manghip mnl Durability,
OUR PLAYER PIANOS
with human-like control contains all the
l.-iL'M improvements and il> vices. They
are perfect in tone, artistic in ili-simi
and capable ol \t.[\ tun lit<- loiiu service,
VVE INVITE O0MPAR!8ON
The very best material Btul the besl
skill that money can secure are employed ill llii'ii riiie.li I,,- j, ,|,
\   POLLARD
- I ompany :: I mpressTheatre. May23rd
Lumbermen
[( ^il! .. In
make a call at
p.  n. vtslls,
Fui B tyer ain! Bx por tor
'1 l I'.v 1,    -   Ri*aUtoke, B. C
|p«forr I.'i.  bi r  -.lit
fit of MTOrkifll clntlieii
for tlir Inmli.    1   makr- a
*|..e|illtv        eef UOgVlng
Shoes, I'nntn.So-i, Shirt*
HUnkrts ndrvrrvihiiiK
re<iulrr<1 in rout MMMM.
II m
l   e   |||r   md   1'e.ell    III    OIU     '! f I.llllll'   Sa<l
i'ii.ei iiiti cl Ii'i rvi-r.
PRIC».   6 LB. IRON, $V90
AG. DUCK
listimntcs xiven free.
McKenzie Ave., Revelstoke, H. i".
[lead Office and factory, Toronto, Out.
Phone, 262
SMYTHES
Plymouth Rocks
ti
HAKRBD    ROCKS  	
Kxhil.ition  Strain    ^5.00
PARTRIDOH   ROCKS 	
exhibition  Strain  SS.Ot
WHITE   ROCKS 	
Exhibition strain  $3.oo
BOF8"   ROCKS 	
Exhibition    Strain  $3.00
Second Pen Iiarred Rocks  $3.00
i Pcr Setting of 15 Eggs)
My Harred White Huff Rocks have won
wherever     shown   at both Provincial
Shown I won   Six Prises :     *
STOCK FOR SALE.
ROY  SMYTHE
REVELSTOKE WEDNESDAY, MAY 21st,  1913.
THE MAIL-HERALD REVELSTOKE
PAGE FIVBJ
EHSJ*t2BffaK£IBE53
During This Month There
Wi,! be Plenty of Bargains Displayed in This
Store, Watch for Them
Watch Our Windows for
Special Lines and Bargains During ihis Month
Look at Price Tickets.
This Store Will Be Closed on Saturday Next May 24th
Bungalo Nets and Scrim
NEW    BUNGALO NETS and  Curtain Scrims, a lovely
Ioi    to choose from.   Th Be  ar-  scare" goods,      We
have found n big demand  for  tbem  ihis season,  at
thc  popular  Prices 25e.
A Good Line of Carpets
We have a few lots of  good Tapestry  and Brussels Carpets by the yard. We    want   to clear     these, if you
buy Two Yardd \v_' will give you the next Yard for
nothing,   if you buy Six Yards you get Two Yards
Free.     Look into   ihis Bargain
Ladies' Handkerchiefs
A s ion as you step oil the elevator, look for the bargain in Ladies Ha Irerchlefs. A lovely lot of Puro
Medow   Bleached p'ain o:i"s.  Selling at  5c.
\  Select  Loi  of Fancy   Handkerchiefs  selling  at
.10c.
ry Fancy Ladies Handkerchiefs that were 50c and
7 .. for 25c, an.l some Ral Liv . Pure Liacn Cen
tres that were $1.E0, for  75c.
SHOP   EARLY
Two days shopping in one. Shop Early. You will
fintl interesting* bargains in all the departments in
thn morning. They will be cleared off the counters
at one o'clock sharp to make room for regula
bu.iness.
MEET ME AT HUME'S
" Rest Room," Second floor up—take
the Elevator. There are plenty of
nice, comfortable chairs, writing* table
and telephone. C. B. Hr.me C&> Co.,
Limited, provide them for the use of
the public. You can get a good view
of MacKenzie Ave. from the window
while you wait for me.
MEET ME AT HUME'S
Hosiery Sale on Friday
Our Regular Saturday Night Hosiery Sale will be on
Friday Night this we.-k. Everything in Laelies,
.Misses and Children-' Hose and Gloves. A big
Hose Special at  25c.
Ladies One-Piece Dresses
Featuring this week the Kabro One-Piece Dress, with
only One Button to bother you. Nlcelj made ot
Good Wash Percal s and    Prints   at   $1.90
Hammocks!   Hammocks!
Hammocks, we are always the recognized leaders in ihe
Hammock Game. This year we have their, at $1.75
and up to  - S15.00
Ladies   Waists
A Special in Ladies' Waists and Silk I'nder Skirts ia
many kinds and in many Colors. They are all on
a Table for easy choosing,  at  each   S3.90
°^V
s  Furnishing Department
IN the years we have been handling 20th Cen
tury Brand Garments we have never had s'ich
flue  clothes from these famous   tailor shops
i s wj are showing this Spring.
They are smartly styled, beautifully tailored
and produced ia tie choice of the worlds best
fabrics.
We are exclusive agents.
PRK ES :    $20 TO S!».">
FRIDAY BARGAINS
MEN'S WORKING BOOTS at a price which will make any
man take notice. All pegged or standard screw. Genuine
solid leather.   All sizes from G to 11.    Bargain Price—82.25
PANAMA   HATS
The latest New York styles, direct from the blockers of New
York City. It is s*.ife to say such values were never shown in
the city. Let us demonstrate to you that we can give you
becter goods at less money. ....
PRICES, S.-.00 TO si.".oo
MEN'S   OXFORDS
The "Regal" Oxfords are made on Oxford lasts and fit the foot
properly. No slipping at the heels, no unsightly gaps at the
instep. All the new up-to-the-minute styles, including the
new receding toe. Black patent leather, tans, gunmetals are
all here.   ALL WE ASK IS TO SHOW YOU.
^
PRICKS, 84.00 TO 80.00
J
Oun Grocery and Crockery^ Department
Crosse & Blackweil s Marmalades
Orange, 4 and 7 lb. tins; Orange, 1 and 2 Ib. bottles; Lemon, 1 and 2 lb. bottles; Mandarin
1 and 2 lb. bottles.
ROBERTSON'S Golden Shred, 1 and 2 lb. Bottles;   Tangerine, 1 and 2 lb. bottles;   Ginger,
1 and 2 lb. bottles.
NOELS Fig, 1 and 2 lb. bottles.
DEADMAN'S HONEY LS^J?Uer\66&: Bo.ttle£\40c>: BotUe\35c
Something Extra Choice m   Fruits
Hunt's Peaches, sliced, in Tins
Hunt's Peaches, halfs,
Hunt's Apricots, halfs,
Hunt's Royal Anne Cherries, in Tins
Hunt's Pine Apple.
VINELAND Greentrajres, Lombard Plums,
Strawberries, Raspberries, Peaches, Pears,
Cherries. ,    ,
SEEDS
Flower Seeds, in bulk and in packages.
Vegetable Seed	
Lawn Grass Seed "
Lawn Clover Seed "
Timothy, Red Clover, in bulk and in packages.
Sweet Pea Seed in the best varieties.
SEEDS
$.•*. .•fr. A A .i'i i*f ■ A ii'i ii'i iTi ili iTi m ii'i iTi iti ii'i ii'i ili iTi <t*i *1* 1T4 tti ili ili il> *1* tli iTi t'l*! ii'i db A ■*• A
■X' W '4.''X 'X'X 'X * X X X X X X X * * * * X TX"X* **vtjt *3t™x^*+**+* X X X X * 'X' 'X X
I Specials for Friday Only For Picnics I
Lemon and Orange Marmalade, (small jars)     5c
Crosse & Blackwell's Sour Pickles,  (small bottles)    20c
Stephen's Sweet Pickles, (small bottles)    15c
Armour's Boneless Chicken  40c
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V T4? TX* *X" *X 'X " X X^ X X * x *x V X* *X* X X * X "" X X X X ™ X X X X X X 'X X^ ^r
House Furnishing Department
Reduction Sale on Carpet Squares still on. Do not wait but buy now.
VERANDAH SCREENS-Something everyone requires. They will
keep out the sun and at the same time let the air in. We have them in all
Sizes and colors.
WALL PAPER—We carry a complete stock and can please every taste.
We also handle Beds, Mattresses, Comforters, Pillows, Curtain Shades, Curtain Rods, Linoleum, Carpet Sweepers.   Goods and Prices are Right. PAGE SIX
THE MAIL-HERALD REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, MAY 21st, 1913.
watch REVELSTOKE GROW
Present Development Warrants the Assurance Xohat it is Coming to Its Otvn
r
A $10,000 Ranch for $5,000
This Ranch is situated on the new suggested C. P. R. Scenic Highway, between Beaton and Trout Lake City. zA first-class Government wagon road.
There are 160 acres in the plot, 21 acres cleared, 7 acres in timothy and balance grain, etc. A new three-roomed house, well furnished. A large new
Stable 26 x 44 feet. Hay Barn 22x78 feet. There are 60 acres of first-class tie
timber and 40 acres of splendid cedar timber on the property, which should net
the full purchase price. A team of horses, plows, hay rakes and all tools on the
place go in the price of $5,000 as it stands. About half cash and balance in one
and two y~ears, at 8 per cent. See me for particulars. ART. JOHNSON, Real
Estate Agent, cTVlackenzie Avenue.
Houses and lots in Revelstoke for sale, and some splendid buys in business
property.    Call and talk over your Real Estate affairs.
Announcement
I take this opportunity ot asking the public of Revelstoke and those owning property here, to give me their listings,  or, if in search of property, to give me
an opportunity of showing my lists of inside and district bargains.
REMEMBER that I am handling only local property and ask the support of all citizens loyal to the interests of Revelstoke.
Having a wide connection throughout the country owing to my" association with the local newspapers for the past sixteen years, I am able to place before
the investing public the claims of Revelstoke for consideration.
Art. Johnson
Offices :   MacKenzie A.x>e.f Opposite City Hat I
SERVED    JUST    RIGHT
will be your verdict after you have
enjoytil a meal bere. There will
not be the least po»sible chance to
find fault. The food, the cooking,
the service, the charges will suit you
perfectly. There are two special
time;, when you shi u i
EAT AT THIS RESTAURANT
The first is when you have no a]
Ute and have lost your relish for
ordinary food. The other is when
you are good and bungrj md w mt
as fine a meal as y .: can jet. How
do vou feel to-da
WINDSOR    CAFE
A. G. Thiakisom Managei
THE PLANS for good plumbing differ
from tbe ordinary Kind. You may not
be| able to note the difference, but every
good plumber knows. OUR PLANS
include only materials that will give
lasting satisfaction ainl workmanship
that will prove durable.
No matter how important or how unimportant the job may lie, we never
Blight any detail of PLUMBING WORK.
REVELSTOKE PLUMBING AND HEATING CO.
uulcklr .xv... tmuhi,  curti cotdi, and htala
tbe throw anl luoci.       :;       ;i       sa unu.
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.. Ltd.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.
Manufacturers of Aerated Waters
WINES
LIQUORS
CIGARS
Agents for Calgary Beer
WALTER WHITBY
J^r
High Class Decorator
Painting and Paper Hanging
KALSOMWNG. STAINING. VAUiSHMG. ETC.
Residence   -   Victoria Road
BOv    >>4
rn Free on   '•
Nains is fart George
Ottawa. May IG—After a two days'
bearing and an additional two days'
consummated in digesting the vclum-
mnious evidence, the Railway OommU
>ion today handed down its decision
in the now famous Fort Ueorge station case. Tbe application oi the
Urand Tiank Pacific Railroad to place
a station on the eastern part of the
Indian Reserve located at tbe junction
oi the Fraser and Nechaco Rivers in
Central British Columbia and to uante
tho station Prince George, was refused
The application ot the Natural Resou-
n-es Security Company, Limited, and
Ueorge J. Hammond oi Vancouver,
for a station on tbe western part of
the Reserve, adjoining the Fort Ueorge townsite, and for the station to
be name.l fort Ueorge, was success -
fui. The leiHion orders the Urand
Trunk Paclfl Railway to place its
»tation in the western part of the Re-
hree thou-and feet east of the
townsite.
The railroad waa represented by W.
Bi(far,   K.C., H     ll    Hansard,  W.   D.
Hogg,  K i      \   Ke Li..  R.B.  Bennett,
:■ our •■it Becurity
■   Hammond, anil tbo
i. io ■   ■' •■•'.    were repre -
H d •■•'■    ij .  K     i '.. Ulive
■ -    K   il.'iiderson,
The Revelstoke Boot. Shoe and Harness
Repairing Department
ARMSTRONG   &.   COMPANY
MAKERS   OF    FIN?:    WELT    SHOES
The style, the workmanship and wear
And comfort born of every pair;
Of 20th Century welts that's Hold
Will draw new trade, and hold the old.
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer     Draying
Handling Pianos a Specialty
Phone 42 -   Night Phone 85
E. G. BURRIDGE k SON
Plumbers and Tinsmiths
Repair*,   Hot Air and Furnnoe
work a Speolalty
-WORK   SHOP
Oonnaught  Ave.   -   Rovolotoko
Beware of the fly
r- .. ted bj I'loteaaor
;   e'     Vaahlngton,   in   dining
n diflerent ourts ol tbe country,   i^ ii'.i   -eni       were  tb» common
fly,    The-   tj.,US"   Ily   d.;|/OHiiB   her
egg*,  about  ISO at a time, usually  In
1,1,1 if.      :i,»n .:■■     In      warm   weather
tbnme I'M, ha'-'h In about 8 hours in-
to  larvae  (maggots)  and   in  about   ill
Idnf-t  a (nil   IMged   My in  lioni.
Tb'i My nt born iu filth, nourished n
filth, mid nlway. wk' <>ut the tllth-
MKt kind of thin«H to 'Bit. If it would
! 'enly remain In Itu Dative haunts it
*n'il I net worry im, hut, unf'iMuiiati!-
ly. it makes abort -n ut ii.,111 into our
BOOMS to imrtakn of tho thing* we
nat. MaKKot-i bitched lata in the season may hibernate in manure, n-i may
a!*, thn adult Mien (n hou*". hiding
in crevices ami only Waiting for the
warm dayt of spring: to eoine.
It hi therefore desirable that all
uo'xilrlo breeding placo* lut attacked ae
*artj- aa possible.
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o Imperial Bank of Canada
Y Hoad Ottico   Toronto, Ontario.
V Capital Subscribed           - 6,000,000.00
X Capital Paid Up             -      - 6,770,000.00
5 Reserve        .... 6,770,000.00
Total Assets,       -      - $72,000,000.00
Branches or Agents at all principal points in Canada,
Agents in Great Britain and United States—London, England,
Lloyds Bank, Limited. Chicago—First National Bank, Coin Kx-
change National Bank. Seattle-Seattle National Bank. San Francisco—Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank. Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of $1 and upward,  received,  and  interest  allowed  at
current rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
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OF REVELSTOKE, B. C.
beg to nnnounce tbat they bave opened np offices at the
corner of First Street and Connaught Avenue for the purpose of handling real estate, timber, etc. It will pay you to
call and get particulars, and get in on ground Moor prices.
We also make a specialty of listed property.
A. McRae,
President.
T. Kilpatrick,
Sec.-Treasurer
P. O. Drawer No. 4.    Telephone No. 321.
HINGHAMS  MUSIC
McKENZIE  AVE. Revelstoke.
STORE
Phone 262.
B. c.
Rkprkmhtativk
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mi hicalTinhtruments OP ALL KINDS
EVERYTHING   IN  MUSIC
Take adviuitage of an exceptional opportunity. Call at BINGHAM'S MUSIC
STORE nnd inspect the large stock of Mandolines, Violins, Cutters, Aooord-
•ons, Ploooloe, nutes, Multi-Flutes, Harmonloas, Sheet Muelo, Albums,
Player Piano Rolls, Silk Piano Drapes, Eto., Selling at Bastern Prices.
Edison Phonographs and Vloter Craanptienes with Cood stook of Reoords.
Also .'mi tdlson Wai Reoords selling at 40c. to clear. (Usual price, 65c). Ask..
for Catalogue of thejlew Etfteon Blue Seal Rnbreakable Reosrds
Com* Early and Gmt First Choice.
Piano Tuning and Repairs a Specialty. . WEDNESDAY, MAY 21st,  1913.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
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IN THE  GORGEOUS  rJ7VlUSICAL SPECTACLE
" The Prince of To-
BY ADAMS HOUGH & HOWARD
A Musical Gem with a Beauty Setting, outclassing all Fancies
of the imagination.    17 Musical Numbers.   Special Orchestra.
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Excellent Cast and Chorus J    5
Pony Ballet of Wonderful Dancers
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FEATURES
The Blue and Silver Ballet.      The Transformation to the L*. rd of the Moor.
The  Water  Fete  and Banquet at "The  Breakers" Hotel, Palm Te ch.
A BRILLIANT SPECTACLE OF FLOWERS AND LIGHTS
COMPLETE CHICAGO PRODUCTION. ■ 2 SPECIAL CARS
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Teddy McNamara, Queenie Williams, Eva Pcllard, Nellie
McNamara, Fate Hill and Forty othc r Australian Comedy Stars
direct from Tr'umphs in Eoston, cTWontreal, Toronto, Winnipeg,
Calgary and every other Large City in Eastern Canada and tlie
New England Slates.
- 50c. to $150
Seats on Sale at Macdonald's Drug Store.
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Household Rubber Gloves, per pair /5c and SI.OD
Rexall Celery and Iron Tonic     SLID
Rexall Rion Tablets       50c
Rexall Hypophosphites     $1.00
Rexall Sarsaparilla     $1.00
Rexall Cod liver Extract     $1.00
Remember that every Rexall preparation
is fully guaranteed to give satisfaction or
your money is returned.
BEWS The J&OOJgg Store
JACK JOHNSON
FOUND GUILTY
seat and made his way from the court
room aloil''.
Howson CBb Co., Ltd.
Furniture, Carpets and Linoleum at Eastern Prices, Freight
codded.
Howson C& Co., Ltd.
I Chicago, May I?.—Jack Johnson,
champion heavyweight prizefighter, tonight was found guilty of violating
the Mann law in transporting a woman
named Schreiber from Pittsburg to
i hioago in 1910. He was convicted on
a I seven     counts     in the indictment.
j The jury returned its verdict after an
hour s Consideration.
Tbe maximum penalty under the find
ing is flve years' imprisonment or$10,-
' 00U tine or both. A motion of Assistant District Attorney Harry Parkin,
that Johnson be ordered confined in
the  county   taol   W.is  overruled        by
I Judge Carpenter, and tbe negro was
1 on bond of «'Ij,U00. A motion for a n.w trial was filed at once
by counsel /or Johnson, and argu -
menta on 'he motion were set for
May 19.
Pour ballot? were taken by tbe jury
ihe case goin^ to tbu jury at     10:45
o'clock tonight, the first showing four
(or acquittal and eight for conviction
Two counts of the indictment were dis
im--d   yesterday  at  the request     of
Judge Carpenter.
The   uggi -tie d of Johnson's famous
golden smile.'' whi'h had been on his
Upl   luring  the t me ei  thc jury's de-
:.i ll ■! when the clork pro-
11 e„n ■• 1   the   word  "guilty."
John "ii a solemnly in hit teat until Attorney Parkin's motion that the
ti .'liter be- taken into cu>to.ly wa« de-,
Died v. h"n be slipped quietly from bis
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SAILING EVERY TUESDAY FROM
MONTREAL        QUEBEC LIVERPOOL
New S.S. Laurentic. .(15,000 Tons). New S.S. Megantic
First-Class-$92.50.      Second   $53.75.     Third-$32.50
S. S. Teutonic
582 feet lonR.
Twin Screw
Steamers
S. S.Canada
514 feet long.
Only One Class Cabin (II) $50.00 and Up
and Third Class $31.25 and Up, Carried
For Sailings, Illustrated Booklets, etc., apply to
COMPANY'S   OFFICES
619 SECOND AVENUE, NEAR CHERRY ST.'.SEATTLE
C. P. It. TICKET AGENT, Revelstoke
Durin; the past nine months tho
revenue of South Australia amounted
to .C3,190,547, an increase over the cor
responding period of last year of
£21,000. The third readings of bills
providing for a partial appropriation
cf funds for the fiscal year 1913-11, to
a lotal amount of £6,800,000 and addi
tional estimates for 1912-13. totalling
£1,163,07-1, took pla-c in the Soutb
African I'nion House of Assembly, on
March 27.
HUSBAND AND WIFE
BOTHJROUBLED
6IN PILLS Cured Them
Lachutc Mills, One, March llth, 191a.
"I was troubled for many years with
Kidney Disease, and a friend told me to
tike GIN PILLS.   After taking a few
boxes, I was greatly relieved, ami af.er
finishing the twelfth box, thc pain
completely left me.
My wife is now using OIN PILLS
and'finds that she has been greatly
relieved of tlie pain over her kidneys.
I can safely recommend anyone Buffering from Kii'lnev Trouble to give a lair
trial to GIN I'lI.I.S."
THOMAS STBPHENSON.
Wc allow you to make this tr al
ibsolulely free of cost; Simply write
National Drug and Chemical Co. of
Canada, Limited, Toronto, and Iliey wl'.l
end 011 h free sample ol ' iin P Is,
Try thew, They wiil do you so much
mod lhal you « ill gladly get the regular
Ize boxes Bl your local dealer's.   50c.
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WHITE PEOPLE
Re reasonable! Don't send vour hard-earned money
to China! Remember, we are here to do your work and
we employ local white labor only. Be progressive, and
have your washing done hy the West Kootenay Steam
Laundry.   Regular collector and delivery service.
WEST KOOTENAY STEAM LAUNDRY
Phone 80 EARL BARRACLOUGH, Manager.
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Dancing Pierrettes in thc Musical Spectacle "Tin; PRINCE ok To-nii'iit."- -Empress Theatre, Saturday, May 24th. PAGE EIGHT
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, MAY 21st,  1913.
local and general
POLLARD
JUVENILE
X BUSINESS LOCALS
OPERA CO. *.
Mr. Albert Bertelsen for some years
assistant in the Capitol Barber shop,
een promoted to  the position oi
manager.
  lat   Macdonald's drug store.
The next attraction at the Empress,
theatre is  oue     deserving  of especial j    You make „0 mistake by coming in
mention.   The    offering    is the well-to the Moose now.   The charter xs op-
„    ... ,      ., ,,„,.,,   T,„.   ,.„  ..nd  the rate's  are low.   You  cant
Mr, Flesher of the Prince of Tonight   known and over popular Pollatd Juv- en, an
will be in town tomorrow making ar-  cuile Opei a Company. |ual-
The youngsters are too well know to;   RemeraBer  the date  of  the     Opera
Moth Bags, Disinfecting Powder, etc. |    Are you a Moose? If not, why not?
I This    Five     Dollar    Initiation Fee is
'something you don't get every  day.—
Remember,  it raises  to Twenty-live as
soon as the charter  closes.
rangementa  ior hotel accommodation,
for the company.
J. Bingham ot the Revelstoke Music Store, has     ' • '      ;   ,m    u busi"
I    .......    Vallej    and
Western  points.
The Revel   oki   C   ,   Band will ren-
d .   a   h ,;t  . p5n aer ci neu at   7:30
m the ot Mo-
Ken .•'..' td First   stieet.
Mi a  Ensign L< Ml'-- Potter
■ irmng     east,
jconing out ia:: ouver    a
... une,   girls  imin"
:aped whilst
n th       tin i ang,  was   re-
I Bnd re.  ived „ year imprison
:
M :. lay -1
A   ::■    ' ing  - I  th(
, •   p.   Burn    &  Co
need an introduction to iho averago-
t heal re-goer, as the entire compauy
lias won popularity during previous
visits to United States and Canada.
In this season's repertoire there are a
number oi new musical comedies including "Sergeant Drue,'' "The Toy
Maker," and the Mikado.'' All the
principal favorites of the last season,
een ihis continent will be' seen in these'
operas. Teddi l McNamara. Willie Pollard, Leslie Donnghey, Queenio Bevan,
Eva and May Pollard, Ivy Moore,
Rottle Brown, Ethel Naylor, Patsie
Finlay, Phlllis Philipson and Pattia
Hill.
The company    will    play "The Toy
Maker."
House Ball,  May  2lth nest, given by
the Management. r.t.d.
Toilet powder, Toilet waters, Face
Creams, aU kinds. New supply opened this week at Macdonald's drug
store, McKenzie avenue.
Reserve seats now ior the Pollard's
and The Prince of Tonight'' at the
Bmpre s theatre, a1 Macdonald's drug
store, they are selling fast, get tho
besl whil' thev last. These shows are
eh- big "lies and nre travelling in
their own special trains.
PRINCE OF
TO-NIGHT
COMING-
SOCIAL M PERSONAL
The
Mr. H. Morgan went east as tar as
Golden today on business connected
with the linn.
Tho advance sa
Tonight" will be
day, except  two
!• for "The Prince of
open all day Satur-
lours  in  the     after-
Where to get a new Kodak, 1913 Models, all makes, at Macdonald's drug
store,  McKenzie avenue.
It only costs you a Five Dollar Bill
for Initiation Fee to become a good
Loyal Moose. This is for a short time
only, so make hay while the sun shines
i    Try our Lotion for sfunburn       and
freckles,  Macdonald's  drug store.
GALT COAL is handled exe-lusively
in Revelstoke by the Revelstoke General Agcneies, Ltd.
Hou-v,  on Fifty  Foot Corner,   Second  street,  Weest,   near  Court  House.      ^^^^^^^^^^^^,-____^___________,
Erected in Nineteen Twelve, live rooms I with a beautiful girl who loses no
bath and pantry, electric heatod mod time in telling him that without weal-
e in plumbing, open lir.' place. We th anfl so-ial position that he is n
have ,, special price on this quick salo j
iantastic musical comody "The
Prince of Tonieht" by Adams, Hough
and Howard, with Tom Arnold, as the
Prince, will ho the attraction at tho
Empress theatre, May 24th.
Tbe Prihce before ho is transformed
into his remarkable kingdom, is    Jim
Sutherland, a penniless collego youth and is able to be up
in search of a position at Palm Boach
Florida. The only position available
is ihat of a life-saver requiring ono
who is an. expert swimmer. Suther -
lands knows nothing of swimming;
however, he takes a chance.     Ono of
The Ladies' Sewing bees for the Y.
M.C.A., havo been diseoniinued for
the summer months.
Master Fred Skene is now convalescent after his attack     of pneumonia,
Mr. Bert Lawrence will go iu for the
strenuous life this summer, handling
hardware in his' father's store.
the daily tasks is to aid iu teaching
ihe many guests at the hotol, to swim
yet under all these trying conditions,
Sutherland congratulates himself that
hc though broke, is among thc "four
hundred set."    Sutherland falls in love
Mr.   Campbell   arrived  from      Cape
Briton  Island on Friday morning  on
noon, when the bail game is on.    Se- ! J. B.  Watson Really Co., next    Star
[rom  custody,    on
, Ve ol the
• i Id in ihe otlices
la     evening, and
for  the    big
ts   made
i laj •
The Verdi Band will furnish the murie tor  the Big  Dm      '■'■      Came     oa
2   b, rsl  public   ap-
ance of thi   Ban I,  ■■ ii 'h was oi-
. a (   '
the re-
;,     • that he he east on
leaving town on
Fire Bell Rang
At 11:4o a.m. Monday, ihe loud
insistent clang oi the tire bell caused
a stampede of brigade boys and the.
public, but before ihe turn-out was
complete the "fire out" signal rung iu
Tlie alarm was turned in by Mr. A.
Woodli n.l iei the Revelstoke Hardware
Co. staff; the shop buy Jim Hender -
son, was emptying -ome gasoline into
a small pocket self-ignitor, when ihe
gasfiom a can containing about one
gallon of gasoline caught lire and
ill' whoi,' contents of the can common
, ure  -eats  now,  ring
donald's Drug store.
up No.  3, Mac-   Theatre.
View post cards and 1 aimers        of
Revelstoke, at Maodonald's drug store
C. B. Huiiie & Co. have' a special ad
vertisenunt on Page Five, it is worth
your time  to  read  this.
NATIONAL
RAILWAY
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Septembel
Sa v ^e an 1  dis -
t . '   .    11 i      o:        the
death in Revels! a 1 ispital
cn Saturday '.,..■■   oi Mrs.  R.   H. Por-
l. H. F       ni    of Sal
n.on Arm, B.i'.
Tl.     l'"V.
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he wor-
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hole at lhe top. The 1 oj wa -light-
lj burned and badly frightened. Mr,
l: NuV. mi and several oilier citizens
rushed iu with shovels and thc fire
now burning along the hed Boor was
extin ■!-■■ b -d, al ih ■ same time as Mr.
ft'o dland, attracted from the front
i by Iho noi e, wa busy turning
, i ie alarm.
That  a  serious     conflagration   wa?
dent, and
des irves seriou      consi     a   on
bj  all   i the dangers
ii.lling ol ' "
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fourth St., an :
u'i ntinued from ia-'t Issuei
Annual meetings will be held       and
delegaies  from  all   the branch  s'lores,
armed with shareholders, proxys, will
meel   on e  pei   annum.   We start  as a
e ore,  bin  our intentions aro fai    bo-
yond the mere store business. So far
we ha.e conhned our organization to
Canada, although    many applications'
for stock are n  eived  irom U.S.  rail-
e 0        Board     in lude • men
be U.T., C.P. and the C.N., and
our stock is  ■'Piling rapidly among all
grades of railwaymen.   Now for your
nterested and
ted to put tlieLv
in II  « ill answer same.
The  money foi   l 'ee'  local  -toi ■ is in
mate for     a
.iti!  you will get
le .    i|   a
i . be.
IVe ha .   ,  creamery   and
actory, anl
an i '..
ribed       now ly-
:.     of Ci
by the
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locally, certain produce must be
bought locally, we buy in the best
market. We can start our cars out
and feed our -lores all the time from
the besl markets in a chainacross ihe
continent.
Mr. Cooke—Do we unelerstand that
the store will compete for other busi-
ness besides that  of  the shareholders.
Answer—In Toronto our customers
are three outsiders to one railwayman
We  go after all  the  trade we can get.
Mr. Evans—How long after the
mouey   is  in  the  bank will  our store   production
hopeless case. He is broken hearted,
yet love will lind a way and he seeks
aid, through an old gardener, who
for centuries has studied tho my-lories of his century plnnt when in bloom
aid agrees to transform the. collego
youth, through the spell of his plain,
into a Prince < f tlie mythical land oi
Lunitania. bin his life is to end with
the sin'ung ofthe moon, unless ho is
i-i-'sed by the girl he loves. He is
given wealth and social position but
devoid of heart, during his reign hc
scorns all oilers of love even the beautiful heiress, even humiliating her. The
tragic hour for the' Moon io set arrives. He is about io expire'. when
she Ilin_'s her arm-' about bim and
prints the kiss of deliverance on his
lips. She is the real life saver after
all. From a -ed nie- standpoint the
is   magnificent,   the     cos-
a visit  io  his  sisier,   Nurse Campbell.
Mrs. Dent gave' a sociable sewing toa
on Monday afternoon to eight ot nine
old friends oi her daughter, Mr., tt ie-
kens.
Mrs. Ceorge Kdwards was taken to
the hospital baturday morning for aa
operation. She is doing very wo-'l
since.
'iho Ladies' Bridge Cluh met at Mrs
Smith Ui'epahart's last Baturday evening, when Miss Currie won a very ap-
propiiate  prize.
Mr. CR. Brown, lately in the oliieo
oi 1'. Burn- Co., has, crossed tho
.-nui and joiiii'd lhe dry goods stall
i,i C.  B.  Hume's.
....   . a  . rt  i ,..e   an.l  Mr,
11.   ...   i'j,a;i
enjoy. d a >'<.* -s fishing at
Sicamous
i.n, Sunday, inch 'bringing
home a fair
sized string of luke trout.
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Jap war, and the >[   the
.   nary   m0\
chatged tho world'.- o      I    lonarchy
Into a republic,   'i. .   .  i-   thus
exceptionally   well    <jua ."■!   *..    ■.
With a   most   fa   .:.a' h aivl
B most inter-sting I -.   ive ev
ening may be anticipate
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Answer—We ship iii carload lots, the
-tore should open in .'111 days. The
lo ;ii manager cannot pay om ,,uy
cash. All business is done through the
'. ;ink.
li. Donaldson—What will we do if
we cannot  get a   bui.ding.'
Answer—Wo have a suitable building
in  view  for  Hevelstoke.
Mr.   Bell    Suppose     We cannot  buy,
aj  potatoe   cheap at Revelstoke   for
. can we buy elsewhere.
Answer—Yes.
Mr. Parker -What is our first stock'.-
Answer—Wo stmt  otn with groceries first and work up through thi   ne
r.ie- of liie  lirst.
Question—How about fuel'.'
Answer—That is a big item iut   we
lave   to be  w li   organized t>  handle
we intend to go int i that.
N. o i   li I  .. ■ .       . i.'Hug
:i . o '.o the mii.    and
'.tion to them we
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and selling    for
> oa  we .lo not touch it
so >■ coa:
it.   We are  principally
good   also
a go     iuto
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to u>e our btiy-
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■   t an d down     iu
\       ...        -  11 avellers
custom.  We
iin 1  iln' whole-
.o woul I   refuse our  money   is
li      .Mi: •.
■ eri . We  have      not
iched  iie i'l' ■" only  Bell  prim-
liinns  are
effects are
elaborate
brilliant.
an 1  the electric
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Miss Franci    Lawson gave her firsl
public  recital of     pupils  on  Thursday
evening last  m ih   old t).I.i ell ,-.;a ball
,..i ■ Christie, principal ol Selkirk
-diooi, has recovered  the gold  watch
which   ua uysteriously   "retired"
i.o.n her desk about three weeks ago.
Mr. !•'. Lain.', Mi Muriel i.ainj,
Mr. Loughead and Master w.lliee hough, a 1, male a little pany going east.
on the midnight train Monday for
Toronto.
'J i.m . mil ■■ a.rt a Un Forest Mills
bas i.e eu ; a, into hhpe, and play will
begin for the sea on with a tourna-
ment on iho 21th oi May, (weather
pcrmittin | .
before a large    and verj  appr3ciativi
Mr. .la.in-- Lawn nee, who I   ai pri
sent   at Three  Valley,  is reported to
audience of parents and friends.    The hive sm.'   fully  passed bis firsl yeai
cla     colors of gold and     while -nado  in Arts at the university.     Congratu
effective decorations tarried e.ut       in lations Speen'sl
grea   bunches of narcissi and daffodils
an an ed   o\< r\ wh i e  a ."in   th"  hall.
Tin'     souvenir     programs  were little
gems of arc   ia gold   and white also,
and  were' eaeh  ihe wmk of  Mis  LuVi
-oil's clever pen and brush.
'rie      performers     i.y.    i-.\ nty-6ve
numbers     and   much to iheir credit, guest of Mrs.  V.L. Denton this   last,
and surely  wiih  much  gratification to  month,  left on   Sunday  lor  her  bom
their clever  teacher.cach item  was per ,„,  Vancouver  Island, called  bj
fectly performed.     A  very  notl: ible    udden illness ni hr husband,
characterise   (f ea<*h pupil's   playing
Miss     Kathleen     Sibbald  left   this
morning for Vancouver where she will
spend a month iu preparation anl    e.i
writing on the examination on
rntory arts for McGill colic ;e.
.Mrs. Cunningham, wine has been the
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Saturday,   May
a  public   holiday,
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Jlth  being a
the    Mail- &
Herald   Saturday's  issue  will ■■)
be published on Friday after- _j
noon    th"  23rd.   All   pai-tles, 3
therefore having  any  changes 3
ol ads or news Items  wanted [5]
; ;'•,'i'h"I in Saturday's issue 9
-hould  govern thomselve-  ac- ("»1
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May 33—Tht Pi
theatre.
May '-'I—"Prino.  of Toni?h»
KmpreiN theatre.
May 28—Op«ra  Ho.si Ball,  by     the
Management.
lune 6th  and  7tb--l'aul  RAlney, Afri-
lii  Hunt  Pectus- . Km proi ■  theatre
■   The     "I'a* <•*= By" at.     the
ECmpreii theatre.
June •'! -"Confu-'ion," by looal Dram
atlc Club, under auspice* nt Tennis
flub. BSmprtM theatre.
June 4th—"The    Red  Roie"    at    the
Opera Ifousei
Juno —?—"ITncle Tom'n Oabto"
Bmprtai theatre.
June     .—"The Red Ross,"     at   the
Empress theatre.
Coming—"Roral    Playew," at   the
Empresa theatre.
are a
ft
Ho ■
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ioeia?
r   The
tm-
:iTl<\        ml,
kf\t the
i rton n
n >   to   lie  tlf -l   >'-d.
.■e      I * ,1 •.   . e,f Uil'
r.n m       \ll   nonf ttoi
,-ay east,  net
P Parker How •> ■< -h cash do »e
lequlre paid into the i«nk r, iuri.
i   tore In RevelBtoke'.'
An wer |g,000 wnui.i be .i fairitart
arida lhe i;eiiei«i managei flrwln out
what your trade demands no your
sin. k will bt repleniihad,
A  Itrakenman    Do we inlend  to buy
IOOal<     p'O'IU    "
Answer—-Wp buy in the cheapest mnr
knt on tbe hauls of our iinmmiRntii»y-
ing power;   other things i»iual wu buy
m  witb
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bai     . ecre
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roog, 'hair
.Tr.  Kemp             ;• r
i hinis'.    I     i'e   ■ DdU  tor
Ire
te  of      thank    to  Hi
was the excellenl expression i ith
which "eh pie e was played. The
1 i'\i- iii aeii io i i.a- admir i .' i
When all did bo well it would "o i.n-
fair io specialize.
Concluding the performance Miss
LawEon delighted her audience vith
ii.it isi'halli'-' "lasi Hope." pre.'iir.'
the i'la\in.' with a clear cxplarnvon
of the store and meaning of the n ts-
ie, which lent additional charm lober
brilliant and expressive rendition of
this lovely old masterpiece.
Presentation of medals (ollowed.'l'he
silv.r medal ior theory was won by
Erne I MeKinnon; the Bllvor me.la1 tor
pianoforte was won by Muriel Laing.
These' two niC'lal-' were given and pre-
- nte-' by Miss Lawson. A gold me.l-
el wa .il o giveen hy Miss Christie.,
who ma I" tin' presentation bersoll to
the ucM m'iiI winner of the general
proflc   inv        ■,     Mis    Marion     Law -
11.'    .
bmi nl . lea   coffee, sandwiches
were  ilnn enjoyed for a soc-
i     ll.iii   biilli
During Me  even,nc  Miss Lawsoa Was
lh    !■   pienl   of a beautiful  houiiuet of
...ses,   iiiesented   by    Master
Lawrence
in.  examination* in pianoforte were  gen,
The W. C. T. r. convention, which
meets in     New Westminster in  .lune
17th to the I'.Kb, offers an Inducement
ol   single'  fare  if a-   many as  In
the delegation, <e." faro and a tiuartoi
otherwise.
As ihe tennis grounds were oul o:
; m la Saturday, Mrs. Bib-
bald inii d a large party ol young
people to ue her tennis court for tin
afternoon, au.l entertained ihem after
w.n el- to tea on the lawn.
Mr. Horobin accompanied Mr. Rand
the new manager of Swift's Meat Mai
ket, ona trip ov( r the company's
business route ai far ea las tha win-
dermere. They loft Monday night and
expect to be gone a week.
The Provincial Lib'ml Vssociatlop,
meeting m thi- city in convention ot
Ma) -'-'tb and 30th, have signified
iheir wlllln n -s to receive a delega-
i.o i <i u i.m n from the l'i >'. iu ial
To in al Kiiiaiiiy League. Speakers
an I e e e atet are expei ted Irom the
const.
•;.'
in/
r. ifl      :e . 0 W I       I lie
Nurses' Annual Meeting
NOTR a
\   Oeneral   Meeting <ri the Liberal
'ion    will   be held on   Monday
May   2t.th,  over the    HurnH
Block
NOTIOB.
The  Hegulni   MeHtlng  of t.bn Oddfelr
h,WM will be held in  Lower Oddfellows
Hall,  next  t'ho  Opora  House,  tomorrow. Thursday ovening «t R o'clock.
By Order.
Mrs, U.K. Ati.ins gave a very pleas-
Richard ant bridge party on Monday evening,
a- a little farewell to Mrs. E.A. flag-
wbo     I.-ave-' for Victoria nest
presided  over  by  Mrs.  MeVity  nt her   wee  .   Three  tables  played and    Mn.
own  b'eiv    ihose in  theory were con-   W.M.   Lawrence won first  prize,   Mrs.
ducted by Mi      Law on in the Helkirk   Hobbins se. ond  and Miss Wrigley, the
Chool. low.    Mts    Atkins  also gave  a  pretty
guest     prize to     Mrs. Haggen.        A
dainty supper was served at midnight
Mrs.  Jae'k Hume invited g number
of ladles in ou Saturday evening     to
i unningham.   Three tables
of  "five hundred"  wero made up awl
thc Ume passed quickly, until the ar-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      rival  of tho respective husbands, aftor
ver,  B.C.,  June  nth and   Hth. Thero  c|OHinK  hou,   brought the gamo to a
will   be  morning  and afternoon  busi -   cniah.   Mi9S  Hadio Foote Carrjed    off
ness  leniona in the Board ol     Trade   the ,)ri/|lp un ,,m|,roidered centerpiece;
rooms,  Molsons Hank building,  Hast-  MrB. Hume  served a delicious   supper,
log     rtreat,   W.   Paperi will  be    read  and the party broke up in good time.
On    ubjects ol int'-re'sl  in  tbc nursing _____________
*orld.
The local Nursing Associations are Another Important member joined
planning entertainments for the even- the forthcoming Canadian-Steflanson
tngl of both days. All Graduate nur- expedition ln the person of Dr Mar-
so, are invited, ftnd the secretary Miaa , K«y "ho "as surgeon on Sir Ernest
Droeze, 1032 Barclay rftreet, Vancouver Shakleton'a Ataractic expedition. Dr.
will be glad to reoetve the names of MaoKay will fill a similar position in
any who intend to be present. jtbe new expedition.
mmmmm w—i     "   ' ' ""*
I'h"  firsl  annual     mooting    oi      tbe
Graduate Nines'  As oclatiou olDrlt-
b i olumbia. Will  be held In  Vancou-

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