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REVELSTOKE
Railway Junction and Divisional Point. Headquarters lor
Columbia River Navigation.
Hub ol Timber Belt, Mineral
Zone, Agricultural Lands and
Vn,t Water Powers of B. C.
11Revelstoke. the Capital of Canada's/tips.
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RLVElSTOJnE,  B. C,  FEBRUARY 4. 1914
SJi.50 Per Year
CITY COUNCIL
REGULAR MEETING
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More Al
V Lhe Sewer.   Some Suggested So
lutions  .
the Dam.-
Mayor     McKinnon  presided  at     a j
regular  meeting  of   tbe  city  council
held In the city hall on Friday night
when thein were also present Alder-
Suiytho and Pradolini, with the city j
clerk, Mr. W.A. Gordon.
INSURANCE
Arising out ol a notification re tbe
icnewal  ol a tire  insurance  policy.
Aid. Bourne said he 1 ad always
thought the city paid too much for
insurance and carried too much. Ho
thought it would be a good plan it
all tbe poldes were arr.n,,id to fall
due at ihe same date. It had been
suggest d formerly by Aid Horobln,
that i.cti.r tcims tmglit i,e obtained
it the insuranoe was given to one
combinat.on
' 'I he Mayor suggested that tho policy wii.cn needed renewing should bo
i.'iiewi.i and that tho F.nance committee B.iou.d go into thc question
as to  the dates of renewals.
On the mot,on of Aid. Bell, seconded uy Aid. Pradolini, this was agreed
to
LEGAL EXPENSES.
Aris.ng Irom a request Ior pay -
ment of ».U, tho umouiu allocated as
the proportionate Biiare of the coBt
oi ungating a lawyer to w.itch legis-
lut.o.i ii. . ictori.i afl.ct.ng municipalities  in  B.C.
Aid. Bourne asked w.n.t did they
elicc in,'ii to roprt s iu tin in In Parliament   tor?
Aid. .Mc,mi, y sa d ... B was an exit, n engaged    y ilie Ass cation     of
Muiiic, al.ti s t.i :p,c.,,liy w.itch legislation „n.ch might .. e. any municipal ty inieeii   Dg io ili< association
A.d. Pel Hon I , he go . r uni ut no
tity  us?
\ ,i . .'-oi'iey—in', s ou have a
spi c.al     an a po.nt is ua le lo    be
m, 11 d.   i ie udd d  th, t  all    big
organ.satlons had p ,,1 r prcs.mta-
tiv.s to ^iinr.l e he r . t res.s in this
way.
Aid, 11 i irne sad often memhers in
parllam nt vot d wl'.h Ut Knowing
what they wers voting t r, especially
when ti. re was no act've opposition.
They sent m n to pari anient and
then had to puy otair; to Watch
them.
The request was agreed to.
CARETAKERS DUTIES.
A petition w-as received Irom    J
Difficult Problem.   Work
^or's Duties Defined.
NOTE  RENEWAL
The Mayor said (here was a note
for $5000 to he renewed at the Molsons  hank.
Aid. Bell said be would like Inform
ation as to this note.
The Mayor said the note was ag -
a'list arrears of taxes.
Aid. Bell—I SUPPOBe we shall have
to renew it.    I  move accordingly.
Aid. McSorley seconded and the
motion Was carried.
AUDITOR'S)   DUTIES   DEFINED.
The Mayor said he desired lo tiring
up a mutter m connection with the
du'les of the auditor for tins year.
He would like someone to move that
the auditor ch. c.t and iiiuil the delinquent tax notices so that it would
be impossible to have a repitition ol
last year's tr lUblo owing to tax no-
f.ces not bemg Bent out. If the auditor sent them out he would know
what tax notices were mailed to people and who were delinquents in regard to taxes., ni prev ous years tax
notices were left to the late city clerk
to sad out, w th the result that
those who were delinquent ...id.a.y
never r ,ce, . d the notices. They
could be mole out by the City c.ir.t
and checked and inn led by th audi
tor. In that way th ro would he a
double chocs.   He thought a motion
iioiiid be passed using tho duti s ol
lac city auditor along thi se lines.
lie Win: d "Is. Iik a provision In-
s it d that tie auditor should check
.he sc ooi uo..>d accounts if that was
satisfactory  to  the council.   The Act
Id   not   s ,y     ll   t    h'   council   should
,i|io nt     n  uud.t r I"r  ihe     school
ard thai   the  aud tor should
■lie   the    Chool  hoard accounts.
A I, rt n  be charge    for
he extra work'
Al  y  i  s   d    li    d d    n t think
i s       ch to d ' In connection
, u    ! he     '   .   Ol      o.ll'd   account   us all
y    .!• i     Ihr   uch  the  c.ty   Of-
..iv.    lie  w.nt d   ihs  included in thj
. .lies of the auditor.
Aid.  Bell    il..s  .n ■ aud.tor heen upload, d on  the matter?
The Mayor   i i   has not been     ap -
pointed yct.
.uu.   . iu,,b.—It is for tbe  louncll
, t'.li  ii.in his duties.
\l vol' .. c . n .on—My Idea is to
appoint an aud tor and define his du-
t.cB. Do you w s,i te, refer it to u
comiiiitec?
Am.  .iiiiythe moved that Air. Stein
Bunyan asking f..r an   ncrease of sal-   the retiring auditor, be appointed for
one year as auditor,  his uul.es tu be
defined as outlined by the Muyor.
The Mayor, in reply to Aid. Bell,
said in past years people were left
on ibe tl ■.,ii i , in. tax list who had
I aid their taxes. Unless someone was
in direct touch with them it was not
Known whether they paid their taxes
or not. In the past taxes that had
It been paid still appeared on the de-
matter   Unquent roll and to avoid any poesi
ary.   I*   UM Btated that a point had
cropped up regarding certain duties
at the tire hall and tne mutter wub
referred to the Fire and Light com -
mittee,
CEMETERY LOTS
over  until the  ground    bm* °' anythlnK llke lh,lt in ,uturc   last  meeting.   He  would like to    see
he  proposed that the auditor should   t|(, MWer pa,  jts way and carry    its
Aid   Bourne reported that thc matter for   an  applic.it.on   for   additional
lote in the   cemetery by the     Odd
fellows  bad  been  inquired   into
was    suggested     that the
should   stand
could bo inspected as there was no
urgency about it ub long as the specified lots were not otherwise allocated, in which case a satistactory set -
tlement  was probable.
This was agreed to.
WASH HOUSE.
The matter of an application for
permission to run ■ wash bouse on
First street, opposite the Y.M.C.A.,
which irose out of certain amend -
limits ol the laundry bylaw was referred to committees for report.
Aid. Hell—I thought the laundries
nad wash houses were confined to
certain  Mocks?
The Mayor -They were, but the bylaw has heen amended. We will leave this to the bylaw commltteec.
nun in uni its nun qo ni
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Al! changes of ads must positively be handed into this
i He ly Monday evening in
Older that the change shall
appear in Wednesday's Issue,
and any rfinu;rea intended for
Saturday's issue must be
h , ■ I ■■'. in not I atcr than
Thursday oveniSg of ea> h
w »• Ci' inens  men please
take note of th" above.
alderman*! opinion on that subject.
Aid. McSorley—1 have had n good
many opinions on it and 1 would like
to bear from someone else.
The .Mayor—Well, we w.ll go round
the board. Each one may bave a
different scheme.
Aid. McSorley said bis position in
regard to the sewer matter was that
he would full in wiih ..ny scheme
vhicli he thought wouid sottle the
matter up In a business like way.
That was his position.
'Ihe Mayor—Have you any proposal ol your own?
A,d. McSorley—1 have no proposal
to make at present.
Aid, Needham said he had boen
thinking this matter over and he
though! the hesL lb,y collid do with
It was to bring ai u bylusv. It the
couucil put the proposition to tho
people in. t as it btood ,b'y would
pass the bylaw, a gen,nil bylaw,
Tley should pay tho tiling ofl and
have done with it and then raise tho
tax a mil or so to oov r the si ion
shortage and leave  ibe allocation as
il   was.    The  sewer rate   was high enough   s they all anew,   if that was
done they won.d Ii,i.■ no special legislation to put through or anything
else
Aid.   Bourne suid   there  might     lie
s uiie o her way of meeting thm mat-
i r without dr.win.: on the ratepayers for a general by aw.   He gather -
iel   ir r.   Wish  possibility  ol      some
i     In   run c  n    rs .lions he had
bad    with the     Mayor.   The uinouut
v..... .i ,oi oi    ou, y io gather in one
v r nhss it Cjiud be tiucn out of
e ie Sinking tu.id n some way. At
the same  tune  he did  not see      why
ch. nic could not be got out
..ii. ic y th.y c u d pay part otf inonj
you, i'o pay the whole amount In
one year was too big a sum.      Tbey
pay i i orl on this year und
ica.o ihe balance ,o oc paid ofl iu
. UC e d ii | ye r . lie ad not see
...,., necessity in pay it all on in one
•   .•!..'■.if.    That   would   be  too  heavy
r   a oi   th   r inane s.   To isi u i
w     at  p.  s, nt     would  be like
throw ng     money     away.   A  bylaw
• ould   mean  expense,   especially       it
a down,
A    .   Bi ii  said  be  bad   givi n      the
t hou ht und be thought a lot
along the Un s     expressed    by  Aid.
to .i,. .   In i h   pi • s. nt si ate of   t he
j  mar .ct ra sing debentures wus
-   way   of   gcttlu
...   He   ind rstood there was Bome-
!,0 0 arre ir  t ixes  '
i e. i j up at the tax sale,   lie   would
ii t the city paj th ■ $10,000
a  the  b wer out  ol thc back  taxes,
and   lb put .nsi   .he iv-
.•iiiie   tnd not   put a  bylaw  through
at all.   i le thought thai tbe i est
out of the difficulty.
Me1. Smythe said if they could take
he amount, as Aid. Bell suggested
out ol back taxes he would be in la
.euir ul that course, lie would not
he In favor of raisiim the taxes u
mil this year.
',ld. H 11 said it tbey could gi
0 " out Ol   back taxes   . ml   in
Other shortage out of  Ihe treaSUrj be
thought   they      should,    but   if     they
started to do that it   would probabl)
cause trouble.
Aid. (Smythe—If tbey tmii the by -
law  down.
Aid.   Pradolini said he  had been aw
ay and had not been able to give tbe
problem  much attention since      the
HJttLG bGHobi.
Names ot Meritorious bchv ,.
Tables. Hi&u bchooi up
"Howlers"  (rOUuCal,.
I lllllg.
Tho  following iB the  list  of  names is  Abruliuin'.ou,   Arthur  Higgs,   Mar
Of  pupils woo have     won  promotion ,nin,   bourne  ciulatte  Kunucih  Fraser
during the pust term.  The names are lie.vs, E.,11,,,1 rany,    Edgar Morden
arranged in the order ol meriHwlth anum, Am ii iiagfaen, Frame Roulu-
ino exception ol Divisions II. and IV son,   Uouis  , .,u. uln,   Uu.li  11.un llun,
ar. Fourth B to Entrance Eruosc i iuu,  nouort Oociiard,   torn.
ii.v. u.     ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
i t.iss.  — Mary   Armstrong,     trwin
lough, AJma Corson, Ireiiu Douaid-
i,on, ie'raim. Dunn, liriico Jackson,
i.cha Laughton, Oscur Lundell, Ag-
I'cs McQlven, John Robertson, Willie
oiniiii, pearl Stacy, kuius stone.
in coinmeiided—(irnbani Lruce, Ev-
uretv ciaton, Albert Loslie, Sam Mc-
Muhon, Domenic Porta, Put Skene,
.\K'"-'H outhenand,
inv. ill. -ar Fourth H to Junior
Fourth A.—Oonah Leigh, Stella Lidy
Ami uuir.dge, Lyda Morgan, Thomas
ilcnae,   Liernc   Field,   Alan   tlraiist -
com, irene Kimberlcy, (iiadys Camp-
I'Oit, Jessie Somerville, Amy Smythe
Ulisabeih Tapping, Charlie Davis,
I'scar Petterson, john Mcucod, Gil
bert Davis, Wilfred Clough. John
Lonso, May Jolille, Donald McGregor
Robert siiaw. Recommended—Blanche Williamson, Charlie Holten, How
uril Bradshaw, I'l'om Muley, Leonard
Maley),
i'ii'ad,  Alma Lee,  Muriel Lyttle, Mar
garei   McMahon,   .lack  .Murray,  .luck
Patrick. Bella Petterson, Mary Porta
John Pugsley,  Lizzie Robertson,  Jennie Smith,  Frances Turk
From Junior Fourth Reader, Her >
tion B to Section A.—I^emuel Briggs,
Jack Blown, Murgarite Brown, Neva
Douglas, George Forde, Jack From-
AltellOailCe ey, Stanley dale, Harold Goodwin,
Leo Goodwin, Mark Goodwin, Ida
Hay, Leo Hobson, Myrtle Howson,
Donna Hume, Cecil Johnston, Dorothy Laini;, Richard Lawrence, Robt.
Lawrence,   Dorothea   Lyttle,   Jack Mc-
Carty, Muriel UcCleneghan, Dorothy
Macklnrot,  Margaret   MoLeod,  Cecil
AI,.ran, Sophie Moran, Annie Morgan
Kate Morgan, .lean Patrick, Frank
Porta,   Polly   Ringer.
heW
iior.ug, it r.iia iVipiii, Recommended—Isabel McGregor, Mundy McRae,
Haloid i oi'iicti, Leu Lynch.
SELKIRK  SCHOOL
The  names  are uol arraiiM'd in  order oi   ui.i  i,   ,,u,.  .i.|,u.i,,i l c.i.y:
From Receiving Class to First Pri-
llll'l Oju:    ll...,alll, I'. Uuj     il.ii.el',
Silvester 1.111110/./.1, Ci.u'.nc^ i, sa..t,i,
Kivii cocn.acnio, Guariiio Desimoni,
Raymond Dieo, Jean Edwurus, Ger-
ue uaiaiiiu, ueluerc nuoi^y, lciorenco
Jacason,     Aiime     Joumns,    <> .L.crt.
Joa.s,   lioiiiiiLi    ..C.W'.aa,   .Vlaiy     ...i -
patrick,     s..ran    i,aii„ui.,.n, crauces
l.aWieuci',    aia.Co.Ill     AL.cF.iUj .al,     i ^11 ■
tiiiecu eicsorley, Myrtio iVl^roan, eid-
lulliid Moivan, ugo Prabui.ni, David
Sturdy, Dol.y  shepherd.
From i'ii hi.  primer to  Second primer  i^,..;., a e     li.i.,,.,, S.    ,       ..   SlO
Plaiitoucne,  Johnnie Cruwlord,     Al-
I eri uu.,,,    i.uj  uoiwo, iiiuiy  u.itiut-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ iU.Ill,    .1..... . U,    .Ual'llJ   ilnuUel'Son
Div.   IV.—Third B  to  Sin.or Third Robert  Hume,  Artie Kimberlcy Boyd
A.—Esther Aurahamson,  Sadie Anlen, ivinCaid, ^j'oraton Lund^u, r5u..i.. ma-
Mary   Bell,   Florence   Bourne,    Dora guton,  Earl  Pettipiece,  Marie rugs -
Bruce, Doris     Uartwrlght,     Cordon icy, Lauia . ui, n,
Campbell,   Joyce     Fleetham,  Ragnar David Tevini, Menu Wallbaum.
Qranstrom,   Myrtle   Hamilton,   Clar - From  second  i rnnci   io  v ii'Bt ivca
eace   Lyons,   Florence   McDonald,Ross der  Class—Harry  Aid.r-..n,   Si.niy
McGlvcrn,   Peter      McKellar,      Irouo Blower,  Rosie Buoscio,  Jatbes Can-
a,  Estella Shuttlewood, Muriel cellierl,  josopnino t .mceiiiir.,  Lucy
worth,      Dore n  Smythe,    Cecil I'atlin,  Arthur Collison, Louie Cretel
Stone,   Kathleen  Sutherland,    Wong 11, Amanda Desimone, Fran., i-.ti-m-
Smg,   Recommended—-  WllliardDunn, te, Eivyno Fora,  uod.e prey,   j.uiet
''.'ml ■ Daniels,  Itoberl   Gordon, John Fyfe,   .lohn  Gosh.   Katie  Han,    Al-
McKinnon,  B6yd   dcMahon,  Kva   Mc- berta  Hobson, Gordon  Hooley  Mary
..laii.iu,  \ ictor Madden.
I)i\. ^. From Sr. Second Reader
to Low Third Reader—(Hugh McRae,     Wentworth     Bmythe,   Ernest
HIGH  SCHOOL  OPENING
The Indy  patronesses, board, staff,
.••inl students ol the ilic.li School again express the hope that each and
every citizen of RevelBtoke will accept   their   invitation   exnrcssed       in
these columns nnd elsewhere to visit
the new High Bchooi on Friday after
noon and evening.   Th • I dv  patron
i ssch will he at home at 3:IU) p.m. to
all  v s t ts and th ■     ud u s  ,.' 11 be
it   Iruie! t"  c induct a'    tl r    -    the
building,   Those wh i canno        oms
mi i he afternoon w P h n      ?or
t unity to co through th? ' idling
from r to B:30 p.m. At •■ " »hn buil
ding win be formerly o   n d      and
address's  Will   be     i   '"'     v M   :.
ning, Miyor McK'nnon T" p r'or
Miller, M^rs. Coursier, nnd the med -
■ s Wem last s'lin r . I" e e nt-
id by their   donors,     Q    sc      'ons
for the new library will be rece'ved
all  day  and  evening.
( ome aid see the btl'l ' • • • ' by
your presence show your s p thy
<v th the worthy effor's t    t     e ;ie-
ing  put  forward   t i   'urMi r    h
of education.
Public :rho
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The
Howson, Burpee Hume, Evelyn Laing
Elsie   Lau ititon,   \ Ictor  Lonzo,  May
McLeod,  Annie  MicielL,  Gertie  M >r
pan, Harold .Morgan, Dorolhy Nelson
I'.
( ia.lsbaw i, Chrlstena Owens,  Arthur Joe- Pantuso, Linda Pradol.nl, An^-
ii.   William  Jamieson,  Trlffio wlinw Pristelli,  reresa Pugsley, John
Vgnes Cressman,  George Wil- Ringer, Harold Rowlett,     Josephm9
n,  George Trimble, Doris Sing' Birlanni,  Fred  Skene,  Kathleen Squ-
nicd, Jack Madden, Pat Cowan,Jean srebrlggs, George Wilson.
Bell, Arthur Curtwrlght, Eva JolLHu From First  Leader to junior Sec   .Nnlki.l.
Teddy  Gordon,      May  Bond, Godircd ond   Reader      (lass—Emily    Ballard,
, on, Adam  Robertson,  James Mc James Blantouche, Helen Briggs Au-
•    Arthur  Davis,   Eng   Ming,  Dau- ra Corning,     Eldon  Corson,      Willie
icey,  George  Palmer,     Drenan Crawford,  Edna Fraser, Annie GaUl-
ii   li.-ii.  Frank  Watson,  Nora Aman , eano,  Wesley     Henderson,    Catherine
irtbiu   CouefHn,      Doris  Sutherland.
II ron.
Dlv.   VI.    From     Low   Second      to
9econd Reader—Douglas South
worth, Walter Grossman, HarryDav-
is,  Allistcr      McRue,    Alfred  Bourne,
tnkster, Arthur Jackson, Olgu Johnson, Doiialel Kilpatrlck, Lionel Lain:;
Rosamund Lawrence, Peter Lonzo,
Charles Muckenrot, Marlon McLundie
Edith Norburg, Nickolus Pappas, Al-
1 ert  Peterson,   Dberta  Porta,   Wendell
George  Morgan,   Vlfrcd  Abrahamson,   l orter, Ernest Pottrufl, Frank pres-
i Burridge, Christopher Terry,
Cathie Dochard, Leona Sinderman,
Llewelyn Parry, Ralph Morris, Tcm
Madden, Tom Dochard, Duncan Les
ley,  Dante   Peiessini,   Felix   Fdwards.
From  First   Reader to Low  Second
telle, Elaine Robbins, Willie Robinson, Archie Rowlett, Joe Rowlett,
Hosie Rowlett, Rose Sirianni, F.muia
Smith, Fred Trimble, Homy Turk.
From Junior Second Reader to Sen
ior      Second      Reuder    Class—James
Reader—Brldgman  Taylor,   Stuart Mc   Blair, Margaret Blair,  Jack  Carmich  Enrollment
Lean,  Toin\   ''..m Ilia,  Jack Cartwri-
e,lit,   Florence      Hamilton,    Margaret
Michelson, (Oladya Madden and Irene
Totals	
The \,•'. ,n S i
month y Div I \'
with a pei on   _
abty  ai>i   iivi.l.n      ^^^^^^^^^
S dkii 1» sell 'ei   ii i   s I
percentage nf im
HIGH  SCHOOL.
Following is the a I nds
high scla.i for month of .January:
U.
15
10
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18
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check  the roll  and  mail  the notices
Thus the auditor would be in direct
touch  with  those     on the  delinquent
liBt.
Aid.  Bourne thought  it might     be
well  to approach  the  auditor before
appointing him.   In  his opinion   thc
aiulitine cost  ,n    much as it should
do now.
Thc Mayor   I   would  make the ap -
polntment und at the same time
lint; his duti' ^.
expense Itself and an equitable basis
arranged for those who might take
the si war in future. He i mid cllcr
no details of sucha basis ior the
future at present but tbe sewer should carry itself and a basis arranged
i"i the future which would be luir to
everyone a<ccording to tbe benefit received from the sewer. The balance
of the s.wei  work mii-'ht  not cost one
Trimble),   Jiistiziu   Truzzi  and  Alice
Harris,  Jessie  Hiuce,   J mine  Sanisi"i
 ^^^^^^.     ■
tal, John Critelli, Cerindo Deleo, Present every session... 3
Feme Donaldson, Ivy Donaldson, Percentage attendance....98fi
Paul Douglas,  Rose    Fittante,    Ruth
Goodwin,  Ruth  Howe,  Cecil  Kimber-       ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Digby  Leigh,  Laura  Luther,  Ce-      Attendance  at  the  Selkirk    school.
SELKIRK   FIRST DAY
ley,
Margaret Calder,  Aimer Carlson. Nel   ell McSorley, Guy Micielli, Rose Mic-  on February 2nd, the opening day of
iilll,   James   Millar,      Willie   Morgan,   '   '      ,w   I*""
Veronica  Paleck,     Ivislon 1.—Mr. Gordon  10; Div. II—
Miss Currie, 38: Div. III.—Miss Rob-
"ut   I all what  the work  already done  bad
COSt and  il they  charged on the  pi. I
Aid. Bourne   n.i, raggettion    will ,.nt coat hunit nnu otlu,rg on tll(. f,„
make more  work. j in. r,,Ht ,,„siK ,i„,B(, w|„, |la,|  proper
tj   connected   io  the  H"Wer  in   (UtUrC
would   iret   benefit   at a  less  rate,    lb-
Tbe  Mayor—Well, if mir  books
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In such a condition  that there     will I
be  many  Complaints  to  the  auditor,
the sooner we find it out  the better.
Aid.   McSorley  seconded  nnd       the
motion was c in led.
EN01NEER8 OFFER
\fi.er discussion as to the terms of
il ^^^^^^^^^^^^
iH an offer hy Messrs, Cummins and Ma-
u] thewson, who   in   s<teking to arrange
IS a si heme (or |0ln1 lniiniripnl pngine-
P ers in this dlstrtct, the matter was
■1 led   over  till   i lie  next  mcetini:.
thf Bmm
■ voi   said  one  more  matter
I
M,     The   M       ^^^^^^^^
i'h) requiring consideration was that   of
Ifl)   the sewer  BSSSSSinSnt,   which had iiop
■j  ped up regularly Ior the last      few
Mil IB 1 il H H11 111 P !   I H I like to hare    each
Lit   tllen, Reg,  Upper, .lames Jamie
son. Arthur Taylor, Lilly Stacty,
Cordon BlackWSll, Marie Lldy. Recommended Wills Smythe, Walter Up-
I cr.
Div.   \ II.    From   Second   Primer   to
IHrst      Reader—Allien      Lees,  Arthur
Johnson, (Blair Dickson, Elmer
Stone), Et veil Slndermann, Borden
Meclntyre, Alice Moms, Ketherly Kll
Patrick, 1'oriiie Smythe,  Biatrice Jul
Illle,   Willie   Morris,   Wilfred   Mitchell,
Donald FI<eetham, Henrietta MoMah
in,  Inn  McKellar,  Robert  Laughton,
Lee- mended—Clarence  Nelson,   Bert
Allen, Frank Fleming, Qeorge Price,
From   First   I'limer   to   Second   Primer    Mario   Pradolini,   Allied   lluii.d
cc,  Stuart  Laughton,  Keaxjorle Cln
Florence   Pagdin	
Harold   porter,   Alice  Tiv.nl,   Robin ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
sou    Trimble,      Recommended—Nancy i,18°n,  :,<;   DiV.   IV.—Miss   Eaton,   41;
Ballard,  John  McSorley.
would  like to arrive at Bonn'      way
of  fixing  the  matter of  th<  sewer  as
icssnient on  an  equitable  basis.
Aid.   Ibll   said   there  was  a   leeliin-
around   town  that   the  system  of  the   .„'.    o.i.«ii7- «—,        it  „     ~ .   <
' land,   Prisrilla  Harris,   Margaret   r
frontage  basis  was     wrong and       he
though! so himself,
The Mayor said the only one in fa
vor r.f the sewer carrying its own
!•• st ou the IrontagS basis was Aid.
Pradolini,    Thai   was how  b( summed
up the new s ei pressed.
Aid.   Bell    Yes.
The   Mayor   Said   this   had been        |
i-   itv qtwttlon t"t a long tune. Aid
Needhnm   piope.sed      to  let   Ibe   -^MIHI
mc Bva Towse, Millie Hruce, Isabel
Coursier, George McQlven, Martin
Mlekleson, Robert Hamilton, Han Id
Meiiiiioyie, Knrmnn Mcllmoyle, Wal
(■•I Whitby, Ir» In Hulette. Recom
mended—lli'it Warner.
From Receiving Class to First Prl
inei     Paul    Wipfll,   David   Wllliainson,
From Senior Second Reader to Jun
ior Intermediate Class, Section B.—
joe Beech, Rebecca Bell, Rose Cash-
ato, Charlie Camosxl, Bugsni Camol
tl, Walter Cormier, Jamlrson Crawford,  Harry Curvson, Hamertck    De
illass,       George       Donaldson,   Knu-st
Frey, Hilda Oallicano, Mary Goch,
Lilian     tlaywacd,    Vi<ctoi     Hooley,
Clarence Howson, Walter Hughes,
Tannic Jackson. Ailecn Lawrence,
Carman   Lee,   Florence   McCarty,   Kv
,,ti   McCI Khun,    Estelie McDoneU,
Harvey      McLean,   Janet    McLundie, a
Bessie Mackenrot,  John Moron, Rac- ■
iiei  Pagdin,  Audrej   Peterson, Doro - g
thy   Purvis,   Vera   Rand.   Maud   Rin,;     ■
ei, Peaii Tivlnt, Cordon Young. .
From Senlot Third Reader, Section g
I!  to  Section   A.    Laura   Hcecii,  Rob-   J,
lit   HC'rh,   Christie   Blantcuche, Tony  gj
Blantouche,     Lisle Bongard,     Mary g
Miss Urquhart, 35; Div. VI.
-Miss Robertson, 88; Div.  VII.—Miss
Hooley,  11;     Div. VIH—Miss   Creel
man,   S3  t-2  beginners).     Total  at-
ce  100,
schoolboy HOWLERS
The  ehief  provisions ol  the    Qreat
Charter     were    universal    ■uff<trlng,
votes for     women and    abolition ol
i roperty,
iContiaurt  on  Puce Right.)
IConGniieil  on   PngS TWO '
Cancelllerc, Dominic Critelli, Elsie ■
Cherry May Roberts, Marjorlc \lleen Davenport, Frank Donaldson, Floy g
Roberts, Jeannie Johnson, Agnes Bell Douglas, Elsie Frey, Tilly Frey, Ka-'w.
Johnson, Marjorlc Maj Qaroett, Hil   ther     Galllcano,     Dorothy Garland, g
■   ■  ■  H iII  a  m  m  *  U  n   m  |  >  «
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The most   doll loua     Bwi  I    |
M-Ht     in   town.      Hue      ymi     ji|
tried them.    If not, there i-   a
•r'a' ,n  -lore foe  vou,
OBT IT AT
" THE BUG \R BOWL "
CREAM BUTTER NUTS
<bi   Victoria  Harnett,  Linn  Perressini,
Clara Hny,   '• lm McLaren Ross. Doi
John c,uz/.o   Haul Hughes, Edmund
Kincald,   T^lni i*-1   Laing,   Chester  Lau-
OBT  IT   \T
THK  SUGAR  BOWL
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THE  MAIL-HERALD.   REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 19HB
New Spring Goods
American House Dresses
Direct  from  New  York
300 Wash Dresses
This Season's Newest Styles.
Call in and see what we can sell
for $2.00. Every one guaranteed
to wash or your money back.
American Waists
From same manufacturers. Some
Beauties at $1.00 Each. 240 of
the newest styles of American
Waists to select from.
We promise you these Dresses and
Waists are   the   best  values  ever
offered Revelstoke Buyers.
J** *Reid tSL young <*
DON! QBE
Acctylens
Benzine
Kerosine
Nitro-Glycerine
or Paraffin
TO BRIGHTEN
UP YOUR    j
FIRE
COURSE'S COAL
Mil
SYNOPSIS   OF COAL  MINING
REGULATIONS.
Coal mining rights of the Dominion
In Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, tht
North-west Territories and in a portion of the Province of British Col
umnia, may be leaBed ior a term ol
twenty-one years at an annual rent
al of »1 an acre. Not more thap
2,'CO acre* will be leased to one ap- '
piicact.
Applieat.on for lease must be mad*
by  the a; . io    the
Airent or Bn<b-Agent ol ths dittrict
in which tbe lights applied for art
situated.
The leaBe will Incl ide the coil mining rights only, but the lessee may
be permitted to purchase whatever
available mrface rights may be con-
• - ■ ..- ry Jot tht working ol
the ml t the rate of $10.00 an
acre.
In surrs] tor?  the '.and must
b*     deecnbeJ    I y .sections,  or   legal
l     '    -        us,   and  in  UU
•.•■rntory   tbe   tract  applied
ill be stake I ont bj thu   ap ■
int   himaelf.
■ t   mnit  ! e  arr
led ' v a '.<- ol It •■■ rill be    re
funded if the righte applied for art
not available, bttt not otherwise, A
royalty shall be paid on the mer
char.table output of th* mine at thi
rate of five cents per ton.
The fecrton opemt.m; the mine shall
turn,eh the Atrent with eworn returns
accounting for the full quantity of
merchantable coal mined and pay the
royalty thereon. If the coal mining
rights are not being operated, such
returns should be furniihed at leait
once a year.
For full Information applleatlon
should be made to the Secretary ol
the Department of the Interior. Ottawa, or to the Aegent or Sub-A(c«nt
ot Dominion  Lands.
W. W.  CORY.
Concrete walks
.ii'e.'iiiill
need no repairs
TIII'.V are not only best at first but
arc cbeaper in tbe end than any
other kind of walk. They are clean,
permanent and safe. There is nothing to become loose nc\r are they slippery. They improve the general appearance of a house and are a source of
great satisfaction to ever) housewife because they  keep children out of the
mud, prevent colds from wet feet and prevent dirt
from being "tracked in" on floors and carpets
Equally important is the fact that they never wear
out .uni never nerd re
This free book What the Farmer can do with
Concrete" tells all about concrete walks and how
to build them, and a score of other things needed
on every farm.    Write for it t ■- lay.
Farmer's Information Bureau
Canada Cement Company Limited
531 Herald Building
Montreal
">
•':*>&&et£-3.J:&K^^^
Opening of Laundry
The New Revelstoke Steam Laundry will be in
operation on February 2nd in their New Pire Proof
Premises : : :        :
In The McCarty Bl,ock
A Hint to the Vlanter
iv, if you want thi ' e
seeR.   TAPPING,   lalesmsn for  the  R
■ rie . st Gt md Cork , R   ('.   the  10m
. ov ood fruit, trn< I
noi killed by fumigation    After   I    v< <
ence, R  Tapplngcan take pourordei   n
interest.      Ordei soon lor tins Sprin
PRICKS   RIGHT. P.O.   BOA    136
*R. Uapping Sr Sons
J*       if*       Revelstoke, B. C.
CITY COUNCIL
(Continued  Irom  Page One.)
shortage go on Irom    your to yonr.
n they iiiii that it was not sottiing
the si'wi'r question but It might beal
right to let it go on In that wuy. To
curry out Aid, Bourne's remarks   ns
to a bylaw might be expensive.     At
Vernon there was a shortage for last
year on debentures of S">3,001), which
was an enormous amount of money .
Whilst be luui always supported   tho
matter on n total frontage basis, bc-
ciuiHc hi' could  not at,  that timo  boo
any other way of getting over it, ho
did not sob the likelihood of so lix-
Ing it an a  majority of the council
was not in favor ol putting it on   a
(rontago   basin.   There was another
way iu which in' thought tho thing
could In' handled if tin' council would
agree lo It,   He had made an     ob-
tlmato eif their asseta unit liabilities.
Their assets amounted to about W80-
OiiO anil ila' liabilities to about W4,-
OUd, including ibis 810,000 for      tho
Bower,   if Un' council  could  boo   its
wuy lo   appropriate say $2,con, $3,-
O(ii) or s."> it o mi this year's assessment ;ii  tin' ■ ml   of     tiir year they
would have th t  much towards   the
sower debt, and  thoy could arrange
tu carry tho Bhortage ot 81400 on tho
frontugo     I'.iwh.     which  would  only
mean a vi rj  Bllghl   Increase of     the
frontage tax,   Fo thnt way tlie mat-
t i could It mi iroly wound up,     At
the same time ho  did  not  Bay   it  was
tho  best      w  y, !,;it     il,  was  the  only
other woy "it of the matter ho could
Bee at tho present time, They could,
if so Inclined, dofor it over until another H tiii^ tei go into tbe problem
lie would be' pleased to agree to that
course should it  be wished to do bo.
Outside the frontnge basis anil a bylaw th'' only other alternative was
tei raise tho money out. ot tlie sink-
ing [und and pay it oil at so much
|i, r year.
Aid, Needham said so fai as Aid,
Hell and Bourne were concerned about   paj li'   off hy   instaliiii ills,        lie
■..    in  favor of that  provided
the council was in for the nexl three
or four years, but if thej starved
things io pay so much ofl this year
i'ii I i- mscqu nt ly did no local im
provementa ibe people would say at
the end of tine year the council has
done nothing,
.' il. iieii -oil yes, wo Bbould have
paid >eii an amount.
AM.  Needham said tbe ratepayers
would not think of th t.   Then    the
next c iiineil might    say they would
forget  the sowor and spend all  their
i  y on streets. At the end of that
year that council would bo line fellows in the opinion of tbe ratepayers,
because tbey bad done street  works.
Aid.   Bell  s.iiil   he   wus   there   tu     do
i he best be c mid Independent of the
public or nay one else. He believed
Ihey Bhould lean towards oconomy as
i hi V  could and  take  the    host
i "f doing it.   He did not think
a bylaw  i he i est   means of doing   it
thi     ii   ; enl    it it''  nf      tbe  money
• l.l't.
The   Mayor—What  do  you   want   to
Aid.   Hell  said   he  was  in   favor      of
.   It "ut  of back  taxes, or part
i   it     rate, and lei I ing succeed
councils do what tin y liked.
Mnyi r   What about   tbe annu-
rta e of SI 100?
Bell -Let the general     public
If  br 1 hi .   have done.   Let us do
i ai    and others do their's. We
ind to close II up this year
■    ■'    "f said  the point   was     if
t.e raise part of the
out ' f general revenue      and
|U0 they would narrow tho
hell      •     i.il   i e venue  sev-
 Uld only go
".■    They should do thc    best
I I re-, d   with
I-  there  to  do
. i  irre peotlve
I say al  the end
■ :    ol  expect  to
■1 eef   lie'   year so
to do     ■■ i ould
I em
-    I.. md. Pro
'   nppe ii ■ - -1  t b it   the
ttls this matter
.     did    llOl     Iblllk   Miry
II they al
\'     ressnl   ibis
the ■ iui ■ ii   	
■   ■■•   l    .1      I' '      ■      ,
rag every yeai       if
■"     I   th     total   am
'■     '•■    "ii
hedule in al t   flvc   rears   ths
mid be ch   red "tl .
I  ml  111   he d th   it   paj It g
mount    more   "ill     of
tonernl rovei  tbsn wan bslng paid
U illy  now.    And In  thai
lid   gel   ml of   ths  |I0,I •"     ml   alio
the  short age of 81400 annually,    and
-•■I   rid    of    the   whole   thing,      Thnt
plan would not hurt an pot e in par -
tii'iihir.   Another  polnl   nhout      that
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 open«sd up offices at the
comer of First Street and <ConUSUght Avenue for the purpose of handling real estate, timber, etc, It will pay you to
call and get particulars, and net in on ground lloor prices.
We also make a specialty of listed property.
A. McRae,
President.
T. Kilpatrick,
Sec.-Treasurer
P. (). Drawer No. 4.    Telephone No. 321.
«j»iBi8aisuffl»m«iiiM.siaffl
P. BURNS & CO., LIMITED
^/Iltvays the   Best
"ShamrocK." 'Butter
P. BURNS & GO., Limited f
MW«lwl«l«l»l»WiW^lff«T»raBWr»I»Tg
GROCERY NEWS AT MclNTYRE'S
Pearline, in bulk, per lb     10c
Ceylon Tea, 3 lbs. for $1.00
Heinze's Mincemeat, per lb     10c
Goods delivered to all paits of City.
John McIxtyre & SON
First Street. Telephone No. 93
Phone 254 >"
Doors, Windows, Mouldings.
Lime. Cement, Plaster, Fire Clay.
Lumber, Lath and Shingles.
The Globe Lumber Co., Ltd.
TO    THE   LADIES!!
I wish lo call yonr attention to the fact that  I have seeured
the agency f«>r the famous French corset, "Le Furet," direct
from Paris, and cordially invite your Inspection.
In elegance, elastic and hygeinlc qualities it has no equal,
I daresay, if you'll come and inspect snme, that you will say
it is the best you have ever seen.
(let a "Le Furet," the newest and best,   from  I'aris.   They
guard yiuir figure, health and purse.
I have about half s dozen samples to show you and it will
take shout six weeks after ordering.
H. F. MORTENSEN
LADIES' AND GENT'S
TAILOR
(Contlnneed  on  Pace three.)
ACROSS FROM THE  "CLUB." WKDNKSIJAY, FEBRUARY -1,1914
ME MAIL-HERALD   V^VELSTOKE
PAGE THRK1
e
AND   YOUR EYES
Have you reckoned up ken moch ycur eyeslftht is worth in
dollars and tents ?   Can jou figure ns quickly or do line wink os
well as you used to do?   Don't let a   false  piide  or  a  mistaken
Idea of expense ruin your prospects or cause jou to risk jour
position.
If you led your eyes are "going," if they are heavy aud
easily fatigued, if )<>u have liiaduehes continually without
apparent eiiuse, slip in and consult me.|
If you do not need glasses! will lell 'Oil frankly. If you do
I. will test you thoroughly and fit you well at the lowest possible
price.
F. G. BEWS,   •    Optician, Mackcn/lc Avenue
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED 1855
Capital and Reserve,        -     $8,8C0,CC0
85    BRANCHES   IN   CANADA
A UKNSRAL. BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
CIRCULAR LETTERS OF CREDIT...A
TRAVELLERS CHEQUES      Issued
BANK MONEY ORDERS j
Savings Department At All Branches
Interest allowed at highest ourrent rats.
Revelstoke Branch. W. H. PRATT, Managor
CLEARANCE SALE
OF   WINTER   STOCK
BARGAINS   FOR   YOU   ALL
FIRST STREET
Everybody Knows the Value
of a Combination Safe .   .   .
But there  are  still ;i   few   people   who  don't '
know what a   safe  -combination   Bell's   Bread
and   New Zealand Hutter make	
G. W. BELL
P. O  Box  ?'ih GROCER & BAKER Phone No. 23
Howson C&, Co., Ltd.
Furniture, Carpets and Linoleum at Eastern Prices, Freight
cAdded.
Howson £&> Co., Ltd.
Phone 340
"We Clean
the Town."
Drapes and  Portieres  Cleaned and Dyed.
Opera Gowns and Party Dresses a Specialty.
Furs Cleaned and Re-Modelled.
First-Class Cleaners and Dyers of Everything.
Goods called for and delivered prompt.
We do
Shade Dyeing.
Parisian &ye Works
LET   US   DESIGN   YOUR   STATIONERY
Mull Herald
'1 ll,' StalSfl uf   *   l>llMillvr.ei   llulIKH   ll
teflerlo-J ill It* Hliiitnnt-ry. II Pavs
t« li.Te tlie IxihI llint'H Kiii'iK.   We '^L
(Itsyou th. highlit ■ innlH >  St Hit        electric PrMS
luwunt price.   Kree ,11111111,"-.
We niter JOS 1 npi 11 M niie.  Prim
i-.. 11 t 1 QifBiBM mid -eiir h-elihy Ion.
In 111,' hr-t MlwUoa "t l'»l'» 1 unit
Ijeept   I. ,||||| , Ti^lill 1 iI V »ll.f I11UAII
tl'Me  eef A, liftl  .,Cel  r*|'l-l eli'l I » I'I >
HTY COUNCIL
(C'onilnncil Irom PajJB Two)
Bclieme nun that it wus the best wuy
open to them, Inasmuch hb ho thought, tin y bud the power to do thut in
tlieir own bands without netting special legislation or a byluw or going
to any other outside expense. They
could go right in nnd do it themsel -
ves. He did not like tho bylaw proportion for severul reasons. One was
tbey bad tried It before. As far as
settling the matter wiih concerned,
previous oounclli bad tried to settlo
it und bud been blocked one way or
another, If they could Bettle the
tiling without special legislation so
much the better ns they knew where
they were then. This was tho best
Wuy to Kettle the mutter he could see
taking everything into consideration
Aid. Hell—Would you pay tho wliolo
J10.WMJ ofl at once.
Aid, McSorley—No, say $-2,ooo per
year.
Aid.  Hell—I think so too,  although
I am     not   In favor of putting
more on the frontage basis,
realise it  is the only wuy to Bettle it
The City flerk pointed out that
the allocations hail not been paid for
three yens mi that the balance would
Lave  to  be  paid in seventeen yearn.
The Mayor suid if the council was
not in favor of the plan outlined,
they mlghi draw un the sinking fund
I If the : 1 ion shortage was put on the
trontage tax it would only boa very
small additional amount, and it
! would entirely close that mutter up.
Future councils would have to re
Imburse the Blnklng fund or it might
be de.ne this year if they had a sue-
lesstui  year,
Aid. Hell said he favored the Mayor's scheme except putting the ¥1100
shortage -en tbe frontage basis.
The Mayor said it would only mean
50 cents per lot, The worry the
council had had trying to settle this
matter was worth more than that.
He wus willing to ad pt any plan
calculated to Bettle the thing. Perhaps It would he wise to give more
.consideration   to   the   problem. A
s|ii'ciui meeting cieuid be called or it
could be left to the next ordinary
meeting.
Aid. Hell suid this question took up
a lot of time each meeting.
They  Mayor said they did  not want
to rush     it.   These ideas have     been:
brought out   that meeting and there
might be still other and better ones.
When   the     mutter  was  settled,      he
would like to have the council unan- '
imoiis.    He would like the matter to
te  unanimous  us  far  as the  council  j
was concerned   if     possible.   If they I
thought   it  would  help  mutters     by  1
giving it a little more consideration,
be wus agreeable.   There might be   a
better solution devised and if so lie
would gladly accept it.
Aid. Bell moved thut the mutter be
left  over  for further considerutian.
Thc Mayor said he thought the
plan outlined the host, easiest and
cheapest and the one that would impose the least hardship. He asked
them all to give the subject all the
consideration they could before it
came up again.
The matter then dropped.
U    UKK AT THE DAM.
Referring to work at the dum.
The Muyor suid operations had
been temporarily stopped en account
of the unfavorable weather, before
it w«s recommenced he would like the
members of the committee and as
many other aldermen i.s possible to
view the site.
Aid. McSorley suid work wus stopped just now owing to snow.
Appropos of a remark by Alderman
Bourne about "throwing money into
the river at the dum."
Aid.  McSorley said he must query
that stutement.   He was not in favor of throwing money into tbe river
or anywhere  else.   He  understood at
the meeting ut which the mutter was
ciiscussed thnt it wus the unanimous
decision of the council to take     certain steps to strengthen the toe     of
the dum,  which was regurded us   absolutely   necessary   work in  the  inter-
(sts  of  the   power  plant, which    wus
tbe most Important asset of the city
He did not not know that the   work
thut   had been  commended   wub going
to  prove   permanent,   and  he    would
not suy thut it waB, but the plan decided  upon   wus apparently the    only
wuy of setting about a  very difficult
job und  it     wus understood to huvc
the unanimous approval of the council before it  wus commenced.       Now
Aild. Bourne talked     about throwing
money into the river.   Thc work wus
necessary   and it   was  difficult.      No
one could  suy  what the river would
do in future, but there wub no better
solution   of a  necessary  und  difficult
operation  that he knew  of.   If    Aid.
Bourne  hud (mother solution or   any
proposal to  make he for one    would
be very glad to hear it.
Aid. Bourne said the weather was
against the work and wus liable to
be bo all  along,   He  wus     Bomcwhat
| s
5 Baby's §
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le a good time to have a
photograph taken. Nothing will be so interesting
in the years to come as a
collection of early pictures. Watch baby grow
ugiiin! And your child
when grown up will prize
that picture story of bis or
her life.
Baby and childhood
studies are a feature at
the Trueman Studio.
Quality and permanence
guaranteed. Best value
in town.
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FRANK  PAULDING
0. B.  N.  W1LKIE
PROVINCIAL  LAND  SURVEYOR
Office: Lawrence Hardware Block
REVELSTOKE, B. 0.
w.
H.
WALLACE
M.B.C.S.A.
A. R C H I T
EOT
Box 205
, Telephone Hi. Revelstoke
KOOTENAY
L.OUGE.  No.
ind  A.   M.
• I  A.   V
Regular     meeting, are held in MAS
ONIC TEMPL.E,     Uddlellowit       Hal.
on ths Third Monday  in each  mouth
st 8 p.   in.      VUiting brethren      an
cordially  wrlcom*
WALTER BEWS,  W.  M.
ROBT. GORDON, Secretary.
Mountain
o. w. o. w.
\ l.W    '   Ml.(I,
No.  12*.
Metsts Second    and     Fourth Wednesdays    In each  month In    Selkirk
Hall.     Visiting  Woodmen are
cordially Invited to at ..end
JAMES McINTYRB, 0.0.
H. W. EDWARDS, Olerk.
COURT
MT.
OF
BEGB1E
I. 0. F.
NO. 3461
Meets in St. Francis Lodge Room
every Second and Fourth Monday
In Month. Visiting Bretliern are
cordially  welcomed.
H. G. GARNER. C. R.
G.  W.    CARTWRIGHT,   Rec.-Sec.
REVELSTOKE LODGE, No. 1085
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Meets every first and third Tuesday
in St. Francis Hall. Visiting brethren cordially invited.
A.  R.  Grant, Die.
H. L. Haug, Sec.
SELKIRK      LODGE IJ,  1. O. O.  F.
Meet, .very Thursday evening In
Selkirk Hall at 8 o'clock. Vliltlsi
in »lli. <in  cordially  Invlt.d.
J. ARTHUR WOODLAND, N. G.
JAS   MATHIE.  S.c.
BURGESS    AND   TAGGART.
Civil EnglMers
Dominion and B. 0. LanA
Surveyors  and  Contractors.
P. 0. Box 847       Kamloops, B.O.
Breach  Offices—Wataeon  Realty  <Co.
(Continued on Page Fourl
FURVHY, McCARTER & COMPANY
Banisters, Solicitors, Etc.
—Offices—
Imperial Bank Block, Revelstoke, B.O.
We are 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.
Agents for GURNEY'S CHANCELLOR Rai g< B.
\1 WOULDN'T
DO  TO   BLOW
about goo qualities if our grocer!)
ilul not bach up --ur claims, We
might bring you to tlii-- store, but
we Couldn't make you buy if . m
groceries were not up to what m-
led you to expect. But we sre so
sure oi the ■ i icter ol oui grocer
ies ihsl i ' ,;,. ite you to nun- We
havi i ■ i ... i ; your not buy ing.
HOBSONS
Phone 41. Box 734
BEGIN i9l4 A? IGHT-
By sending to yonr friends those Photographs
you have been promising them for months. Our
styles are up te   he mi"ute and the price is ii>:lu.
EEID   &d   BJkJRTOISr
PHOTOGRAPHERS
1
I have now an opportur'»y of offering you
something in the Coal line ;hat you have not
had before. : : : : :
"Ji Coal That Has Mo Equal"
Its.qualities are :—l&ning, hotter, little or no
ash, no soot. Give it a trial and ycu will
want more       : : : : :
Ph.uie 341   S.  G. RobbinS   Phone
341
J
Armstrong & Co.
Peretang Shoe Packs, Pack Sacks, Pack
Straps, Rubber Shoes, Horse Covers, Mitts.
Gloves, Trunks, Val'ses. Hand Bago. Etc.
Boot, Shoes    Harness Repair in
nr
o
SHIP YOUR :FURS TO
S M U BjgB^
Iff** hoir.e lo tie ttorli.
I RAW  IKS
» vots iDR trsnEss outer trllh It* Ii
Scauni uduslvely In AMERICAN
Get "More Money " for your FURS
SHU' YOUB FURS TO "SHUBBBT"*
a reliable—rersponslble-sa/.'s-l'ur House with an unblemished reputation existum for more thanaquarerof acenturv," alongnu •
CA^V>a'.T0 "' "f ""''"is >'«' Shlnr.—' :.-< mpt—8 \TlsrAi 'l i ih Y
AND PROFITABLB returns. Writ) tor 'Ibe »hubeti »tnpn«t."
tlie only reliable, accurate market rei-jit ar.il priest lilt published.
Writ* lor let-NOV-lt". FHKK
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THE    ^AIL-HERALD,    REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, FRRMUKY   1,1911
£)      ail   hum lb
III'! ■   iSI SllAV     \M'
I I
lejVI l.s'r   KH.   II   c
HKTININU  RATES,
.....       uditiK   <otioi'i anil Huhiumh
I      nils   per linn I'lU'li  llle-i'i   inn
Oe 11
11 ii
in.  in
Mide of ths bast  tetnpjred   ■ :-.   vith  all
paid to handling same.    The price;  Hie  as  i
the goods.   Single or doub   b tted    x's.  hai
not.   c>lU guaranteed good     Hi dies of best
Hickory
CROSS CUT SAWS
We have thc best selection in K. C. oAU th
brands. Disston, Sirmnis. Alkin ind Shurl
Deitrich.
LOGGING   SUPP1 IES
ui. ui ail charge un cinK"
ad prilBonieDtK 2r> cents pei
ii |e i'i|i i' 1'iHi'i'i ion, single column,
i.ioual and official
uivkktisinu.
i.riii ,i i. iTti in ol any foi ni, alao
,, . rnuii'iii  mill  Municipal  No'.i.eB 12
ni i-i Mne' tlrsi inrti'i teon an ! -S
'onix nei Inn' suiisi'ni'ni Insertions,
pliiu ,ii..  Hi lines io the int'h.
\ii|.iicauonH lor Liquor Liconnui  $5.
\    lien uni"   (or Transfer ol  lliuor
l,|Ci'n»0n   f7.50.
I uiiei       ii'haH    noil'tin,  $7.01)
Wni. i    \i'|iln'aiion      Notl-0-.   up   to
■no words   $7.!i0, o-'i'i- 100 words     in
• ir.ii iion
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Display
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il
e-Ver   sholvn   in    thc
Upper Country.       &
t   mi   i. •■ mum
Diamonds, Cat Class
and    Crolvn     Derby
China.     J»    >    ->    >
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Banm rs    und ........e in n    (or   the
easti i ei iiiiiu.ii ..i . t . .--. do ii 't. tell
in.' story ui w : i wo .n i xpliclt
words, says thc Tor nto Telegram.
Their utterances create thu general
Impress.on ih-it thi . uclii Ocean has
dried up; also that Vane u. r and
int..lu have Lumulcd unto tho hole
formerly occupied uy the waters ol
the lai'iiii'. uotuiii.ng pilgrims Irom
i in' West report both clti s are
Btill there. i in- Btor<.a are open
as usual, business is in progress, people are walking about the strcitsm
l.irnc numbers, and apparently im
awiin if tia.i lost and ruined Btoto,
British Columbia's Lumber trade is
suffering from the diclmc anil fall ol
purchasing power In the prairie pro-
vinces. Manitoba, Alberta, and Saskatchewan harvested a great crop.
1 hi be a s, the loan compan es ■ n I
the Implement men wisely collected a
portion i't their usl dues out
..I the ; rm-iM-ils ol that crop. Consc-
e. „i crop will be
neitlcd i" restore the temporary hur-
i e r -if tbe west.
A l"EW "liON'lS'
J. Guv Barber.
%.^ik*.-«»** Vk-^VV*^ ■*"*> W%*i- V%^V***
•v
n heart of en
;{0TEL SAVOY
SEATTLE
" i " t'.ir Stories ol Solid (
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;k.. . tn irble.
B! ROPBARPtAX-ilperdayop
\Niifi Bain-*—VI \>* r Jjy ap
IHIS NEW ME01 M
SWES YOU HOW
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We        ■■'   '
town uni'.
pie  ll e ■
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Ayer's Sarsaparilla
Olde<t. Safest, Strongest, Best.
SUMUrd family mtuicine.
No alcnhol.   .Sold for 60 years.
Akfc Your Doctor.        <MnnT.-Al.OMa4*
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SCOTT &   HULETT
WOOD   DEALERS
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\ll orders delivei
li   uii    lor price
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P. 0. Box 349
REVELSTOKE,   -   B   C
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Plu' bers      I Til  miths
Repairs.    Hot   ".ir r.n I  Furnocc
work a Specialty
-WORK   SHOP
•OonnauKht Avo.   •   RovolstoKo
cause   w->   I - liter --
we don't.   Our
best servic-'
one is ailir ted      In
teeing tfa
•
We don't n
we don't be' -uch  things
•   •
thun  you  h '.me of you  get
small wages   in!     when   .
.   " ■
. ney.
We  recent
medy  fur  inrrensine     strength     and
bllll'lle.
'hut.       i
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n si rlou
ed  lt-'tall Olive Oil  Hi H
■ .  ■   ■ ■
.    I
: foi   :  few hi il
Of   111'-    -•  ■
to  i   health) .   norm i] ■
Is e  r.iiil nei v. food
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pure 0
tern,    li-     lint to take     I
oi   hnl 'if'.:
promise th porfeel
rltl   it       we'll    give back
Vdiir  mi,ney  hh ... n ,       ■.-11    un.
nlj at tho 7,1 (Xi Rexall Btore
lend in  this      town      "lily  l.y  us.  Tlie
iii"as Iii ni- store, al    i 1)0
By Fire brigade No. 2
. - n    vm ul I
io well to remi
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( Continued from Page 8.)
afraid that whon t !i< y got the rock
In the river Would just wash it out
again, Tho roeli 'lure was very light
Stuff as tbey all Knew. High water
might oome nnd talco it all away uk
ain. lie knew thoy could not help it,
The proposition ho would make,
would be to fill the hole underneath
cin- il'.me, ami then thoy would have
a  Bolld fou il il i"n  und rneatli      the
nun's which was tho prlnolpal thing.
•There van a li". • il" about tho oth-
cr plan working,
Aid, Trail I nl said il the toe ol the
I:itn  was dune  tli"  wall Could  lio liuilt
•. ith ease. Then would be no trouble after thnt, Tho only question just
uu was s ii i" i now, He iiml no
en rs about tho wor!:, th rn was no
hing Impoi »i 1 ■ nboul It but just
now tbej ". "i ilopondont on tbe wea
t lu r. if i lay .1 n ipell ol a little
bi■■!■    we tbe r iin'    work could be
done.
r ■  Miyor s ■ 'I  lie had viewed tbe
work li ly .■ al very good progress
bad in' a    i il ■ Inhood,   Aid u lurno's
w lU.'d not   1>-; much use
ei tho dam.
'--I,  the lliimi'H   are
he li'.esi  ih ng about the job.
\ i. Pradolini knows tbe
.M.rli required.
k'' s, but he can I reg
iii.' tho weathei.
' il, .1 d Hnl -if you wait for
beautiful wontber you may never
do the work.
The matter dropped on tho undeY
standing that tho work would be
Inspected within a few days and fur
tber operations decided upon then.
BIDBWAiLKS
Md.  Sin; tho brought up th ■ ii al
ti r nl      the  I'lindit inn   of    tin   ci U10.it
tidov nlks,   I le  believed tin iv u
y . ..■ to I he ofl ci i hut il. ., ' I
i e I-' i't cleun and that il that was
not  done the chlel of polici   had pow
i i   I "   have   I hi ni   I'li-aln (I   . ail   C
ll 0   COSt   tn til '   dl fUUll i     ■
i couplers,   At  present  the sidi wulk
••'■•'' in a very     bud state ami      bo
thought thc council i bould t  ko ncl
an in the matter.
Aid. Mcdoi i. y  ibuught iin   ,■•
Should    he ('in.   on all    llle   s.u   WaiKB .
At present some of them wcro    bad
• iwiiig i i Lucre being only a Borl  ol
''■' ■• ii.ul with i i for iniij om
■ "a at n    tune and    a ridge oi bard
now in the middle,   'i b   pi    ...
ll    Bt 1. r  and   mure  e \e n   walk iu       ii,
fare
: ho Mayor said ho bad taken      tbe
mutter up with tho foreman that day
and    was    Informed that when the
snow   was  dry it  fell   hark after    the
ge ol the  plough hut thut when
In propei   londltior tor the use
I 'in   piniiu-ii the plough would    be
used promptly.
Aid.   McSorley Bald a big pile      of
mihw     near  the lire hall     should  b
cleared away otherwise they      were
to have un accident when   tho
i ■ turned out.
The  Muj e.i      agreed and said  they
1 nd bad  breaks there before.
Md.  Smythe moved that the mat-
 to the     Public Works
ttec, with ii,.  chlol ol police
Vld,  Pradolini seconded.
lu reply ton   |uery     A.ai.  Smythe
aid  he meant  bin motion to apply
■ -..'His in the bm , ■     centre ol
'ity.
motion was cnrii-ii.
MVi ll NTS
Md,   Bell  submitted  a list of       ae
'    *'hlcb   were  con-
i and  with one exception pass
..••nt.
(T
DON'T •.'iir..ng    tl
l' Tr..     r!
1
A Trier
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AGIC  RIADTHl
NO BAKING""1
£&■ POWDER
».•      nd a   hit,
•' ■  ■ "    i "  wus i luroplo
nd mo, i admit
till a l ttle mi stumpy
inn
'Hon,
•   ng foi    ehlc"
it   i  load nre
a-ur
■   ■■!,  with ,. ...'.
thi   othei  I'.ris sulk,
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■ la t like .
Bui   i   ■ intled
■    ild bide
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Tn  top    ill.-ii.t   fe iti i,r,
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"SMITHEBS"
The Official Grand Trunk
Pacific Divisional Point
READ
THIS COPY OF A TICliKfiKAM RBCBIVBD TO-DAY
Vancouver, n, C , i in. 5, 19M.
II. W. II. MAKS1IA1.1,
RUVKI.8TOKB OlCNiiUAi. AOBNCIKS,  l-'l'li-
KevelsiokCi ll. C.
Please take notice that on " February First " prices all unsold lots will
be Increased an average of thirty-live per cent.
AI.UODS & MURRAY, WMITBD,
I-'or full Information about Stnltliers apply to  11. W, II, Marshall,
Kxeluiive Local Agent, through the Revelstoke General Agencies i(td.
:^y
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
JOHN D, SIBBALD, I'kks.   Phone I-    J   >»  SIBBALD, JR , Sue.
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Mayor McKinnon
WILL OFFICIATE AT THE
OPENING     OF     THE
Revelstoke
Steam Laundry
Thursday
AT TWO O'CLOCK
The public are cordially invited.
6 ooK>o<K>cK>oo<)-oo-o-oo-o-o<K>-a<>^>a^
^Printing
J.      fJOft        0     •
Tay^ you
Your business status is often jiu.lf.'cd by
the style an J quality of your Printing. A
poor circular hasn't half the convincing
and business-bringing power of the better
one. A cheap and common-looking letterhead lowers your credit with the wholesaler.
Yays \Js
You are delighted with MAIL-HERALD
1'rmting for we do our utmost to please
you. We have tlie staff, stock and e uip-
ment to deliver the goods so we get .our
next order, sure. Then \our satisfaction
icmiIis in recommendation and so )ur
business grows.
TYPEWRITTEN    CIRCUL A RS
I
il note thai   ordinary priutin« lacks.    1'rop i
''!'• ask for quotations .en -mr printed lacjimi
'•'■"• .irs. mailing cards, ..c. \nt!i all  tli
effeectivi • il typewriting al a fractionof Iti
J WEDNESDAY, FBDIIUAHY   I, 11114
THE   MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
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paqh nw
r-
Watch this
Page for
JANUARY SALE
ADVERTISING
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. /J. /f ume & Co.. £imited
ELEVATOR SERVICE
TO THE
DRYGOODS
A D
LADIES' WEAR
DEPARTMENTS
JANUARY  BARGAIN  SALE
».-"jnn
WOMEN'S SUITS
10 Women's Suits on Sale
Now at
$5.0
WOMEN'S SKIRTS
25 Women's Skirts, $5.75
to $8.75 Values. On Sale
now at
$3.90
■HES..";
Men's Furnishing Department
BARGAINS!   BARGAIN Si   EVERYWHERE   A   HOST   OF   BARGAINS
For the balance of this month we will be putting new snaps on the sale counter daily. These are genuine
snaps in Standard goods. For this week we are showing at wonderfully reduced prices Men's Shirts, Men's
Hats and Men's Sweater Coats.
Men's Shirts
All the famous W. G. C& R. make and all
Coat Shirts. All sizes from 14 to 18. Neat
and nobby patterns and newest designs.
Every Shirt guaranteed in size and workmanship.
Prices, 85c, $1.15, $1.45
Over Four hundred shirts to choose from.
Men's Hats
The Famous Christy's Hats in both soft
and stiff models. All the present season's
stock. You can't duplicate them for double
the money.
Sale Price, $195
Sweater Goats
! 1
«
FOR MEN The balance of this season's
stock. Both high and low collars. All
shades and designs.
REGULAR $6.00 to
$7.50 Values
REGULAR $4.00 to
$6.00 Values
NOW $4.20
NOW $2.75
!
GROCERY AND  CROCKERY  DEPARTMENT
DEADMAN'S
Pure Clover Honey
Kivc Pound Pails  $1.25
Cjuart Sealers 	
Kiffhtorn Ounce Bottles »  40
Fourteen Ounce Bottles   35
Nine Ounce Bottles  »  25
One round Combs   30
Smoked and Salt Fish
Labrador Huring, Holland Herrtni;, Ma. m-.-.-;, Boa<<d
I'odfls-h, Stork Fish, Kippered Herring Pitman Haddics,
-md  ull   l.ind-.  of  t'aunod Fish.
Specials for Friday
and Saturday
Stovepipe Varnish   -   Reg. 25c for 10c
Dyola Bluing
B ■
Reg. 10c for  5c
Nlxey's Stove Paste    Reg. 10c 2 for 5c
Johnson's Fluid of Beef
and Bovril
Better Than Medicine
FluM  Boot,   16  ounro BottUs     $1.00
Bovril,  4 oun-e Bottles          65
Bovril.   2   Ounce  Bottle*         35
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Campbell's
Campbell's
SAIAD
DKfSSIM.
IABASU)
( WM'f
Reg. 25c for 15c
Reg. 25c for 15c
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
I.ettur-e, Cauliflowers, Celery and Brussels Sproats ,
3weet Potatoes, Spanish Onions, and Cabba-z-e. Novel
Oranges from 35o. to 75e. per dozen Lemons and Baa-
«nas.     ,TQp Or-raws,  Ornpe Fruit. H >ida. PAGE BIX
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
WK11NKHDAY, F10BRUARY   1, 10U
Never Too Cold
TO ENJOY A PLUNGE AT
HALYCON HOT SPRINGS
Where hot medicinal waters arc the most wonderful health
restorers on the continent. Our record of cures of rheumatism and other chronic complaints is unequalled and verified
by our gratified patrons.
Located among the best scenery of Canada, easy of
access. The Sanitarium is handsomely fitted and finished for
comfort and convenience of guests.
Halcyon  Hot   Springs   Sanitarium
Wm. Boyd, Prop., Halcyon, Arrow Lakes.
KING EDWARD HOTEL
H.J.  MCSORLEY,  PROP.
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Strictly First-Class
Rooms Single, en suite
and with Bath    .    .    .
■iw^wywwvwwww^
News in Brief
Grlovod ui Iuh [allure to warn tlio
,iii .in, ..| Kui;c>nliiiuu, of the recent
voleanlc eruption, a .iiiimniHc meteorologist committed barl kari. The "old
Probs" oemetery in t.iiiH oountry
would in- ailed ii our (oreoaiteri took
Hi.di   inmt.ukoH ua urlouily.
Mr, R.H, Lyon, a oattle ranohar
(nun n.'iir Kamloops, who la In the
city i" I'onni'i'Uon with Humn Legal
matters, stated that ha only commenced Hi" day before yeitorday to give
bis oattle Inside feed, This is three
weeks later than be oommenoed feeding last year, which testifies to tho
mildness of the winter, Mr. Lyon says
that other rauohers who have been on
the ground muon Longer than he state
Hint this winter Ih without a parallel
in their memories In tbe matter of
gracing,
Representative Moon, a member ol
tin- United States House of Representatives appears to be afflicted with
a mild ten in ot lunacy. He regards
tho diplomatic sorvloe of the republic
as a useless appendage, In these dnys
ni cablegrams and rapid postal com-
munlcatlon he contends there in no
difficulty in communicating dlreot
wiih foreign gonornmonts and dealing with questions   ol   international
hoy in the family wan horn with tix
perfect   fingers  on  each  hand, and  in
addition be bad nix toes on ouch toot
The ciiho in altogether remarkable, -
llniiuilton  Herald.
in point, of excitement a session of
the Hungarian parliament ranks next
to a Spanish hull fight, At a rocont
meeting the military had to ho called
In to quell the tumult, Thirteen deputies were thrown out, the Premier
challenged to ii^ht a duel nnd other
I speotaoular feature that would gladden  tho  heart of u  piclure-lilin opora-
tor, I
That at least one-tenth of the poultry and ckhh ncli.'i reaches tlio consumer, but gops to tho garbage dump
or orematory is the estimate of one
of tho United States federal food exports. He tlguruu the annual value of
the output at $750,0011,000, which
would make the loss 875,000,000 a
year through careless packing or ship
ping, And these are only two items
in the enormous wast" of food products.
WHLH VUU'Kt SICK
YllilK WJiliEii Sluf
Von know what that menus—misery—worry—hig  hills—debt!
\ ou know you can't afford to get
sick. Keeping In good health menus
In.id and clothing for you uud your
family.    It   is  up to you  to  tuke cine
[ SAFETY FIRST
SKATING!!
'• ii,,
te Revelstoke Open Air Rink is now open at
the Tennis Court Grounds, near the Court
House, on First Street. Surface ol ice is
200 yards In circumference. Warm Dressing
Rooms.
POPULAR PRICES
Admission, 25c Children, 15c.
Season Tickets. Gentlemen $4.O0
Ladies $3.00
Children $2.00
Terms for Family Tickets given on Application.
Kink will lie open in the afternoons from 2:30 to
5:30, and in the evenings from 7 to 11 o'clock.
importance,     The congressman   con- "' yourself,   it is up to you, when-
sidcrs Ihe selection Of wealthy society eVBr V"1 don't feel     right,     to take
leaders   as foreign    representatives, something to    make    you right, to
with the false ciare   and glitter   of strengthen you, build you up, ward
their  positions  as  being     absolutely ""   Worse   sickness—protect   you    and
out of   touch with the sentiment  of ■v"1"' family.   That thing wo lmvo In
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.. Ltd.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.
Manufacturers of Aerated Waters
WINES
LIQUORS
CIGARS
Agents for Calgary Beer
Roxall olive Oil Emulsion, in offering it to you, we protect you against
in..11.> risk, hy personally promising
you that, if it does not restore your
health, we will give hack your money
without. word or question. We lic-
lieve it is the best builder of health,
energy  and  Btrength   you   can   get,  It
is helping many of your neighbors, if
il don't help you, wc will give buck
your money.
Roxall Olive Oil Emulsion is coin-
ingthe way to bettor things In tho P°sedprincipally oi puro olive oil
farming industry of the whole coun- '""' ""' HyP°Phosphltcs. Bach has
try. A practical farmer himself, Mr. loug l"'''" ,'"'lul''s"ll by successful phy-
liur.ell   has   drawn lo   his  assistance   IBl0l8D8,    ",','L"  thl'y   ,"'1'  fl"'   tne    m'Ht
time combined,   The result is a    re-
Ihe  people.
That  British Columbia's   reprosen-
tal Ive In tho Dominion cabinet,      is
1 lie ofthe most oapable and progressive ministers ol agriculture this country has ever had is evidenced liy
the many commendatory notices of
Lis w,,ik in Hie Einstein press, The
London Free Press suys. "In Hon.
Martin Hurrell, the Dominion has a
minister ol agriculture, who is look-
s ■■ of the recognised leaders of agricultural   education   and   111.'   leglsla
tion which Ins department is present-
in ti I'arll .in nt 1b marked hy -i
thorough understanding of conditions
bb thej exist today."
Rates $1.00 a Day and Up Phone 1629
Furnished Rooms by the Day, Week or Month
VERNON ROOMS
Mrs. H. J. Hanbuby,   -     Proprietress
Steam Heated Throughout.     Housekeeping Suites.
Corner View
and Douglas Streets.1.
VICTORIA, B. C.
Jack Laughton, Proprietor
First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
niarkalile   nerve,   hlood  and  Strength-
building   remedy   that   is   both     food
and  medicine,    For all who are nervous,   rundown    and    debilitated--  no
mutter what the cause;  for  old people; for convalescents; for puny ciiil-
\ remarkable case is reported from  dren, we know of nothing that   will
B0 Mns avenue    where i.iiy   Evelyn  give health and Btrength as quickly 1
Hands, tho iive-months ..id daughter   as Rexall nuve oil Bmulsion,   It is
"f  Thoma      eii.l   Mrs.   Hands      in    the   a real   builder  of  good  blood,  strong
•I six angers on each band, muscles, good digestion. Pleasant to
on  the  left   hand  the finger is loose take,  it contains no alcohol or habit
innot  be controlled,      Inn   the forming drugs.   If you don't feel well
the right hand is perfect in economize both monej and   strength
....   and can   he used as    .i- by beginning    today to take Kexall
the othei Olive Oil  Bmulsion.   Sold only      at!
•  not    0 ■ the  Rexall  Stores,  and in  this town
of the kind in this family, only by us, Bews'     Drug Store,    at
where two of the six cbilbren    have Si.00 per bottle.
of their bands
tut these extra digits ere fast dii
appearing ..:..! by the time that 'hy
im for them they   will ,
ntircly.    A little   "Shiloh costs  so   little   and doc3   60 much""
HARRY P. PARKER, - Manager
WPAPPV Auctioneer
. rttlYIM   McKenzie Ave.
Household Sales Sieclally  Conducted.
NOW is VOUU. l!||AN(!K
Iron Bed Springs    -mil     Mattresses
New   $11,011 up
Dressers, from  $h.i«) up
Ohalrs $1.00 Kadi up
Hookers 92.60 up
Kileliell Talil.e.    . $.'1,110
Lounges (n w) $6.50 up
.lust,  anything  you may need
for ll 11 eli'iiil   Furniture.
THE CHEAPEST IN TOWN
Furniture of All Kinds.
Stoves, Etc., bought for Cash
SEE THE
REVELSTOKE
NURSERIES
POR
CARNATIONS
AND  ROSES
DESIGNS
IT'S PLEASANT
TO BE SERVED
u promptly an.I perfectly as you nre
al ihis restaurant. And Ihe service is
only a foretaste >.|
THE FINE MEAL YOU WILL ENJOY
It is said that the way to a man's
heart is through his stomach. We ate
sure to reach yours ii you'll drop in
.1 in I try our hill ol fare 11 perfect victuals, perfectly cooked and perfectly
served, "ill gain your friendship, we
.11 e absolutely sure ol yours,
WINDSOR   CAFE
A. (i. Tiii.\Ki-a>N Manager.
Shilahm
WINDSOR HOTEL
EUROPEAN PLAN
Good Accommodation.       Reasonable Rates.
Cafe in Connection
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros.
Props.
First-Class in all
respects.
All Modern
Conveniences
RATES, $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Rates
REVELSTOKE. B. G.
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnisher] with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $1 a day.    Monthly rates.
J.    ALBEET     STOISTE PBOP-
Union   Hotel
A. P. LBVESQUB, Proprietor
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE) B. C
MEAL TICKETS $600
:*UAL^vj»^»ffciiir1:s?iAfle»i.wflg-e^aAi<if^.'.-i i;>.,m
L00K. For
This Sign
Mail-
Herald
<UNiON
LABEI
Electric
Press
Ir means SATISFACTION in PRICE,
M V I.I .  QUALITY  and DELIVERY.
Lei next job, or isl<
for id .pecimens,  information    we
We
Vrint s
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■ Billheads - Cards  -
Menus
Ball   Prof
'rams    -     Books   and
booklets
Loose  I..-1
Aw.ount   Forms    -    E
nvelopes
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-   Tag'
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Cards   -    Lumber Forms, Etc.
A Skincd and Scaled Accident
Insurance Policy
slioulil be in Hit' possession of every
man even if he doesn't do much
travelling. Tlit-re ,-ir.- plenty of
things that can happen no matter
where yon may he.
The Low Cost of Our Accident Policies
tlieir broad ami definite guarantee
nuike them 'in investment that no
prudent man should fail to make.
A postal will briiiK us to see you.
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, Ltd.
A. E, Kincaid, Manager,
TOHN LEE
DEALER IN
SILK GOODS and FANCY J
THINGS. Prettiest Designs
I'll,l,(>W CUSHIONS
DRESSMAKING. Fit Guaranteed
JOHN LEE
FRONT STREET.    LOWER TOWN.
The Revelstoke Nurseries
PHONE 56
W. H. POTTKUFF. Prop.
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer      Draying
Handling Pianos a Specialty
Phone 42
Nipht Phone85
•..»./
Come and look at our Triangle Sad
Irons- guaranteed for ever.
PRICE-6 LB. IRON, $3.90
A. G.    DUCK
Estimates given free.
Mail-Herald Electric Tress
Revelstoke.  B. C. Phone No. 8
Chimney
Sweeping
Phone 363
Lumb
ermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -   RevelBtoke, B. C
before buying yonr outfit of working clothes
for the bush. I make a
specialty of Logging
Shoes, Pants, Sox, Shirts
Blankets and everything;
required In your business. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY  I, 1914
THE   MAIL-HERALD,  REVELSTOKE
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JTARMirOHV     FOR    DIKING      CAR     CR£WS
COMMISSARY.   BUJLQING
A citircn of the world wishing to spend a holiday at
Band, in lie heart of the Western Canadian Rockies or to
make ■ I .. im il journey along the linn of thc Canadian
Pacific K.. iv nn's ]• ileeping cat berth, boaids the train,
Iims .-in I I 'n luxurious lUrroundingi while being whirled
anoss tie continent and has little idea of the vastncss of the
•enterprise upon which he bestows his patronage nor of the
tremendoi y ten which must be maintained in order that
he and ot en, like* i-minded, may travel in such safety,
comfoit and luxury.
For In tance he goes to bed and does not know that an
srmy of men four thousand strong is employed by that
Dining an Sleeping C.n Department. He is not aware that
tht Hnl ipi       could, within five 'lavs, transport an army
I thirty thou n.l peop'e from Vancouver to Halifax, giving
each a -I ping berth and supplying ninety thousand meals
1 day, cr i radically half a million on the live day journey
across the >cnt nc-nt. Again, he Joes not realize that, if the
dining an' iletcping cars of thc Canadian Pacific Railway
were mad. up into a single train with a locomotive stationed
at Interval ten coaches apart, that that train would be
fourteen I ilea long. To man this citv on wheels would
require ar.  army  cf  three thousand  dining and  sleeping  car
.attendants •■■.:tti several hundred additional men at terminals
to handle supplies for them. This is exclusive of the thousand men who would be operating the train in thc capari'y
of biakcn.in, conductors, firemen and engineers, a total
aboaid in all of 34,000 people.
TAKING CAEE OF TH ! PUBLIC
It would take a great de.il of r.pace to tell how the
Canadian Pacific Railway takes care of that public which
patronizes ts lines and how also it takes care of those
employees whose duty t is to minister to the comfort of that
public. Yet the C. P. R has t.-.ken many steps in that direction and it is safe to say that in a dozen particulars it
stands ahr-ul of any road on the continent when it comes to
treating its dining and sleeping car employees humanely and
sanely. Ti > sc men are as desirable a class of public servant
as can be l'jund in any privat house from the point of view
of efficiency, personal cleanliness and freedom from danger
of spreading disease. The company is as considerate of its
rucn as it is of the general public, and it is fully aware that
such a course is simple "good business."
Ccrtairiv thc most colossal task that presents itself
to the C. P. R. is that of provisioning Its dining cars to
feed the I ungry multitudes who cross their thresholds each
meal hour. It is estimated that in the summer season the
C. P. R. stives on an average twenty thousand meals a day
on its cars. For many years the company lias bem grappling with the problem of supplying this enormous demand
in a way mat Mould insure to the general public absolutely
clean and perfectly wholesome meals and only now has the
company come to believe that it has the situation completely in hind.
* The first problem that presented -tself was to have
secure a reallj assured and permanent source of supply. To
attain this and, incidentally, to show .'armcrs in various dis-
ti.cts the pos abilities of their lands when scientifically
worked, dcmonstiation farms were started throughout the
Dominion. These supply absolutely fresh provisions to the
chain of ccmnrssiary stoics stretching .rross the continent
and give the Canadian Pacific Railway the assurance of a
permanent supply at cost prices. In this an absolutely radical
departure *vas made in that the C. P. h. actually awns
and opcral fi the farms which supply it with provisions.
Thc advantage of this is not far to seek. Fresh milk
and cream will soon be secured in whatever quantities aie
desired. A sufficiently huge number of poultry can be kept
to supply all nquirrn'onts for table fowl and eggs. To insure freshness in the eggs used on dining cars the product is
gathered firm the nest (all eggs are non-feitilo by the way)
stamped with Ihe date, and then packed in cartons and
sealed fot delivery to commissary stores. Milk and cream
are not handled in hull:. After being thoroughly pasteurized
the produ ts r.ie placed 10 ealed bottle* and these are
opened in He presence ul the paaiengei with the day and
date of n 'kin- r git in the bottle. Similar care is taken
to insure ibli lutl cleanllneil in all othet demonstration
farm pi oil " ts. •
Fruits .ma vegetables ferrn a large Item en d n'.ng
menu.   Tl f Canadian Pacific  Railway Imports then   Horn all
parts of t e we rid uni i . i    them on its table   before .he)
arc  availai'c  elsewhere   • ",<l   then,   Whl I  thi    I'  -i   '   n   oio-
ducts aie t.'adv the preference la given r - ,.i    In fact the
company   Opeclelliei  In   .the   fatnOUl   Ituitr  and   vegetables  of
British Cii'.iniin ami contract! foi   ihne products lur  the
entire req • ten l n!I, I pecially opplei and potatoe . f, t this
service (oi til "clem lines cue yeai In id an I, The quality
of these Irtlitl, such ns apples, plums, cherried, r-.irs, nnd
vegetables,      ■ 'i    nd potati n nou    ;..aJ.. .._. t.i
u the i ontii.. .H.
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One really obstinate problem has confronted the Canadian
Pacific and that has bem the supplying cl fresh bread and
pastry to its patrons—bread and paltry oi such a quality
that the shield and heaver trademark would e its guarantee.
Many experiments have been tried but that degree of success desired by the company is only now being attained.
Final upon all plans comes the announ intent on this year's
appropriation list to the effect that I I I mpany will la-
stall a chain of modern bakeshops at sue' terminal points
between Halifax and Vancouver as would I ure a complete
re-stocking of dining cars with fresh bnad, ikes and pastry
every fiftten hcurs. Montreal, Toronto, V.'innipeg, Moose
Jaw, Calgary and Vancouver are to have jv i railroad bake-
shors as will several other points net yet r.efinitely decided
upon
The care of meit«, milks, vegetal .1 oerishable goods
for the twenty thoiisird peop'e who mutt be fed daily by
this one railway  ie ; most  elaborate  n    igerator plant1*.
All   refrigeration   is   done   aitifkially   him      ie   scientifically
peifect degree of 'Old led  tl   ,    serve the goods
nd to to main!I a 1    hnt   ,uality.
A MODERN SCIS 'D .
Modem medical scien .•. both pn   enl   ■■
reduced itself to  praettically  one only
.i;th  the allied ait  of  prevent
lodgment   in   any  place   that   cotnei    n   con
beings, more particularly lo keep        l .
expeure to these germs.
Recognizing   this    the   Canadian
worked out an elaborate system of individi:
ing  the handling of  food  to  a  minimni
pastry, pie, puddings, etc., are prepared in .r
in fa.t this system is extcrd'-d  t
even  ice  cream,  which   is  made  under   no :
tion. is prepared in   r.div.dual portions, cacn
in special case to prevent hanji.ng.
id curative, ha*
—bacteriology—
a from finding
t witb human
food free from
Railway   has
I aerviceS, rcdno*
II bread, cake**
ividual ordersj
; rssible service;
sanitary condi-
jiuon wrapprf
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INTERIOR    OF   DiN/NC  CAR
IS^?-
ITS FIRST CAI13
One of the first cares of the Canadian Pacific Railway
il to see that all iti employeea are phynci y healthy tad
clean and to this end It has been detenu 1 u die.it to establish a chain of homes for the dininj ann .eeping car men
.,ver thc entire continent. The C. P. R. I I e only railroad
corporation today whih provides th' ell of employees
with free lodgment and I 4 when away it. i home. At all
iarge terminals such as Toronto, Winnipeg, Moose Jaw,
Calgary and Vancouver these dining u id sleeping car
employees are housed by the company. In 'establishing this
svstem the manag.ment had one main a in view. It
would be able to give the g.neial pubic trie assurance that
ivory employee lad a plr. iqut flee (.-.... disease, because
ill  ii.   subjected   to  a   | m-.'.    ll   ■     I  mation,  and  it
would itself then bt in a position to as« ma responsibility
for the cleanliness of employees. Undu t' e system that
prevails on the C. P. R. it is impos-ibl-i ijr a dining ot
leeping car employee to go out on a i a, is it is tailed,
without   first   having  taken   a   bath   lad en   his   cluthM
•>ewly cleaned and pressed, tree of any :r       , the employee
.spired by solely
■ is not a "soot
Jn  the contiary,
' an erckeodimeettMi
<   sad    cmera
i   n Jii<fed   by
. incioeoiag »how»
. of the  iii'dern
ly deau.    Thus,
lie is un.'er  th*
Nor  is  the Canadian  Pacific  Railway
business motives in this  vork     The n .. r
less corporation'   in dealing with its m
the homes, as the iliuvtratmns will al
I   C0ty   home   spirit.     Comfortac I
abound.    All  a;>        ntiflcally  ventilated
ompetent cateuken.   Librarie    bathn  •
,,.      vindowi end led • id all the ;. Id
:ome aie  ;.:ecent, and  • ■
when  a  C.  P.  R.  man  is away  from  Ion
company's  caie.    And  '0  it   come t   C   P   ft   vn.
ployecs   would   pass   rve-Ji.tal I   in   t     :eoo--   lor   duty
n any hospital, If Occasion for the'r »i   ,      .ots     The r      it
of all this care shows in the heait I i       pluv-,. b
out  from   the  terminal   rested,  in  • ,.d   be     -    ir
u*j prtpared '.; :m foi the pubUa i'AUE  KU1HT
THE MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
WHDNHSDAY, FEBRUARY  l, 1'.»I4'
LOCAL dnd aENERAL
.1.  King .if Kamloapa, is In town,
K.I..   McNeill   of   New   York.       is   in
ibe city.
.1.   W.   II.huh Ol   Three   \ alley,   in   lu
town today,
W.A, vviiin.it ol NeiH.,11. oeme In on
11... south train on Monday.
il.iie.il  ice at.  the  link   them:  days     ■
with comfortable waiting rooms,
j,A. Reid uf Vanoouvor, wus noticed on tbe streets this mid-week,
Dressmaking,  Mr.-i.   Robinson, corner
oi Boyle avenue and Victoria Road.
H.S, Smith .if 18-Mile camp, uud
j, King ol Arrowhead, are In tbe city
Opening New High Bchooi, Friday
afternoon 3 30 p.m. and '-' p.m. Oomo
anil see,
Mr. and Mrs, Sutherland ol Ooma
{>1 ix. were in town the [ore part    oi
this   week.
i unit ol \ancouver, was trans
acting bui Iness bore the (ore part ol
this   week.
ii,. ui.t forgel tbe opening oi the
New High School, Friday afternoon
and .'veiling.
A, \. Mel.e'iel Ol I .ll.'.il J . all.I 0,
Robb of Knmloops, are mill week Via-
itorc to thc city.
Soiiuthing new iii the coal line.
More beat,  less ush  and no soot,    -
gee .'. 3, Robbins,
A. Wilson ol Calgary, dropped   ofl
,1,. id ,, b ■ ei ly  weal bound to     da
business among us,
ATTRACTIONS
AT EMPRESS
Then will in- several firit-olais at-
Iraotlons at (bin popular piny hone,
during th,' next few week*. Th»ai "»-
goors will .lo well to keep their eye
ontheao oolumns where the I heat rlcnl
n,.«   will be tound.
"THK (il.AD KVI''.."
Th" npproolatlvo audience at thu
Qmprcss tboatro on Baturday night,
spent a most enjoyable evening. Tho
'■hi,ui Eye" delighted everyone, and
proved in fact such a Heat an bus
rarely been presented locally. Tho
rani' w clever and its interpretation
wus ail that could be desired. Seldom has laugbtor bo general and so
constant   boon  lueanl      hi   Ihe  tlieutre.
It would lm unfair to single out anyone for special praise where all were
so capable und hardworking, Suffloe
ii in na« that the oomody more than
realised the high expectations formed
regarding  it  and wl  tbe company
pi ... its promi led roturn visit  they
can safely rely upon u biliupei house.
The   following   Was   the  east
Uiiston Bocard  Douglas Groot
Maurice Pollgnac  Frederick Meads
QulipaUX     August    Wlieatnian
Chatisettc        Walter      Hicks
Ferdinand Flouquci   .     Reginald Key
Tiaeiissin       Waller   Lindsay
Comte de In Bouvo ... Oolsteu ManBell
Francois   Reginald  Darling
Police Sergeant    Martin Henry
Lucienne  Booard  Mary  Marlowe
Suzanne Pollgnac ... h'.ve Wulsh Hall
Kiki     Katie   YaU-H
Juliette   Irene  [/Estrange
MORE LAND
OPEN FOR
SETTLEMENT
Notice has reached hero from the
Department of tbe Interior, of the
throwing open of ti,7flll ticreH of agricultural land for homuHtettding. This
li.inl lies west of Revtilstokn to Olun
William and''(irlllin I.uke, nnd along
ibe line of (lie Railway,
This iIn-owing open of nearly 7,00l)
acres of rich agricultural land in tho
Revelstoke district moans much for
this city mill is additional proof that
tins district is being well treated by
the Dominion government,
BUSINESS LOCALS
Violin, Mandolin, (lultur, Banjo;
mid ull other Instrument strings nail
lit tangs at Maodonald's drug store.
\ team .if horses between llllli aud
I'JIIO pounds,  wagon anil  harness   for
fjoo.uo cash.     Apply to   w.  Parry,
Auctioneer,
a dance promoted by tbe Girl's
Hospital Auxiliary is to be hold ."i
Feb, i.itu.
For  Cheap  Wall  Paper,
mi's Dmnlture Store.
go to  How
B.A, Hy.le of Montreal, was among      EMPRESS THEATRE PROGRAM
ih,'     many far eastern     visitors   to
Revelstoke this week.
lo member youi promise t" ci ne to
the New High School opening t iday
afternoon and evening,
Owing to the opening oi the High
School on Friday evening, tbe Tennis
Dluh  dance  is cancelled.
il.  Ti ueruan of  Rogei.   t ■      i ame
■    thi    biii .'li   Monday.    Ho   Is      ,i
Edward.
torn. 11 ..-■'
as being  I u
rtei ol Seattle and
. icamous,   u
l.e    '. ■    e   ■: ■ C.   .   ,.
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I   If
eel
tTery night this   ..
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Cbe first si
cost -ef living, is to ti
Mi
th :t Hard coal.
S . your
fjei bill by
Anol ir ol   .. Hard
rder now.
The new SI
.it     ■>.
It by i      U  |        Hi    h     Me
. - -   itt-p.d.ince      is
■• .
Hi :■   Mlsti r.—Do you (
:••    Coal
ir furnace.   And do you     like
.in of ashes out dual,
.     ..     I.
il.
The Starvation Cure
■ '
ut •
.
red t
• ■( five dollars a   I*-.
board t.. help     t trees
v.ition   gently I    do    a
whole ",'.t of good —
>!"ntreai Herald.
Thieves stole the tbe
din;- -.(      Kn..i  Colli
onto,   the other nirht und tbi
tent <th<snsel ret * Ith
a ban-irut (,.i breakfast instead nf
p»rrtd»e.
Tbe     new   mayor   Ol     Ottawa     mi
uoun»s that iii di.es not propose to
i ee street cars or e.ther plebeian vehicles when engaged on civic huSinsSl
His worship considers n taxi or limousine more in kseplng with 'he dig
j.ity of the offlete.
Today His Indian Wife, part one;
His Indian Wife, pari two; Hidden
Kir. s;      A    Shocking      Job;   And   The
Poet,   Empress theatre
Thui iday   The Criminals,   pan   one;
'I be   ( 'l llllllials,   pal ;    I .....   A bj     Aunt
Juno \. vi i \iii led; \ Palnti i Ruse
Tweedledum Insures His Life. —Empress Orchestra.
Fi id iy—Tl t ol  ail   Feat
"i ' lia:!' BI Gun ..t the N'-.r-
i:. Poll Pari one "iluntIng Big
' ..mt.' at the Sorth Pi le," pari I wo
Don'l iiiis< Hi:-; gre tl picl ure. its a
....a il-1. How  u imen l.ov<
>s   Or-
'i a.
•' •   Purl
i  ■ ■,
Sake;
I
■
SCHtlBOi df
....ir     '
-
■
I
e      •
11   means
government.
■
-  In  which they were  horn.
1        ididate  for      the    rivil   service
i     British sub
,   I     I
New Books at Maodonald's ding
Store, "00 years in public life in Oii-
nadu by Sir Charles Tupper" -$4,00,
February 20th -Reserve thin date
for the Second Annual Dunce of thu
11. of  U  K. mul  B.
If you want to lispo ie of that old
I ioco of furniture, ('all nod see How-
-on Co., they will exchange.
Why  pay exhorbitnnt prioes for
*^^^'»»-»^^^-*^'».*.^^«,»*^^-»
SOCIAL iliill PERSONAL
»»^^»»'»^*'*»'**«*».*'*^*.'*^
Mrs. TbOB. Sturdy cuine in from
Mulukwu Sunduy und returned today
Mi. and Mrs. A.10. Haycock, of
Soisquu, are visiting friends in tho
city.
Mitis Sadie Footo returned Batur -
day, from a pleasant visit to the
const.
Owing to today's blizzard, Mrs.
Proounier announces that she will
uot be receiving tomorrow.
Mr. ,iud Mrs. Dings of (Jumble who
bave been visiting iu town thu past
few days, returned home Tuesday.
Mrs, Coursier will give an address
on Friday evening ut tho high school
opening. Her nubjuct iu "Tho Mutual Relations of the School and tlio
Home."
Messrs. Wulter, I lurry und Fred
L'owb received u telegram yesterduy,
announcing ths very aunous ninuss of
their brother John, in Milton, Uni.
Mr. Walter Dews uud Mr. Fred Hews
weiil. CU61  last   night  ou tlie midnight
train and will probably bo ausout lor
si veral  weeks.
MlSS MieUa Dickey i litiiiumcu in a
lo.il leu-garueii on I'msuay aiur •
noon, A very novel program was Uor
lied  out in      Hie  luuieu  prttBuUli,      iu
which Mis. A.W. ferry as "uiocou ■
en" carried on i no priae. iu.h. u.
Urr assiutud in receiving, anu
White  poured teu.
aift
Dr. Ernest Hall, who was anuouue-
ed to lecture on raur.»duy cvi.n.u» ,u
(ne  City   null,   was   caaou   Uumo
Vancuuvei     suaaemy,
IniiHigii  tne city  ou
uoou.    As a  consequence,   Uio
agin:  lias
! er notice,
heen
POSI polled
urn- [meeting ol the fouticui
ituro.   Seti tV. Parry's prioos, furniture
ai liitory prioes.   If not in stock, will
oi.lei anything for    you Irom  factory,
at 10 percent coiiiinisjuaa.
CO
auU      lioSoaU
niinii.iy  .ate. -
i'Uaiie
L'.^u.ii.ty i.e-
llatil   lUrill-
Don't forget   the     Second
Dance of tbe ll. of I..K. und
in  held iu t bo i ipi-iii i louse,
day, Feb. 20th.
Annual i
B„    to
on Fl i-
Tho  Five  Hilildred  Club  mot     last
evening at the home  of Mr.  and  Mrs.
w.a. sturdy.   Quite a number .ei tne
tegular  members    were  out of  town,
j tut six sets were formed and played
I until nearly midnight,   After rofresn
(.iold Range Lodge. No. 20, Knights   ments, tin- lancers ..nei a dozen or so
of Pythias,  will  meet in future    every ! other  dances  were  enjoyed  for        an
Wednesday al  -  ('clock in Selkirk Hall  hour.   The  card   prizes were  won    by
.Visiting brothers cordially   invitod. ■-   .lis. Thos, Sturdy     und Mr. Robert
\.K. Klneald, CO. Squarebriggs.
Hows,,a     Bxi iiange Kurn
lb member
•   lloom.
ad      ckot, for
M drug store.
I III,
. iain and i inoy   • ■ Inj
  iii • . ork at   tatties homes.
i   lay.    Instru lion.--  given
a si!    i un he-   f Domett'   economy at
. t«s.—MacRae,   Box   t 19,
md
j thi   I
td
m ■   -Howson       m
• n   .  i Furnituri  i>x. hango
-Ken  in  SI
It. us hoped that every parent In
i t) will take tho opportunity on
I- ■ Iday afternoon nnd events • i I see
ing the Interior ol our splendid new
iligb school, A committee of the
trustees wives will receive and serve
i',. ti.,iii   ; o'clock  I.'. 'a high
school  e ipll    meantime w,.'. a. i    as
■   •      duct  i      '■.;
■ ullding.   In the     evi b
will  bi
.'. ii  thi   annu
 itiou ol  i ' dais.
r
44
To Shop   Right" is to Shop at
MCRAE S"
THE LEADING MEN AND BOYS' FURNISHERS
OF   THE   ','CAPITAL   OF   CANADA'S ALPS."
CLEARING AT
One-Third Off
McRae Mercantile Co.
announce a 15 days'
extension to their Annual January Sale in
order to clear out the
odd lines left.
This week our two
special features are
Men's and Boys' Overcoats. We are showing siime very striking
designs and color effect
in Cheviots, Tweeds
and Chinch Has.
cl ai m AT
One-Third Off
T%#|
McRae Mercantile Co.
The Up-To-Datc  Men's and Boys'  Furnishings Store.
•   ■
nuld's
...'  n ry SocletJ  ■  i
thi   Rectory.   Owing to
attractions in  town and the absence
. s • ie members ir.'tn 'he city,    the
■   ting     was     smaller   than  usual.
r il  tbe   ' '"*''   *D0     w*re present, however,
jj Up spent . prodtable evening,     t'.'.'.shing
lir.t   reading  of   "Twelfth   Night"
this with much     keen '
andIdiscussion on the characters   o(   the)
'!ruc  [.lay,   Several  choice items of music1
' 'I the program and Mrs. Pro \
cunier served dainty refreshments,
~-J
Ui
tfgi&J?
TAN   Ml I'll B
IV ELSTOKE   VS3B8SMBNT
DISTRICT
Notice ii hoi '> given, in accordance with tlie Statutes, that all us-
si'sacd Tax.., income and School
Taxes, assessed and levied under   thc
THIS STOMAL!] RlKEDV
REMARKABLY MiXti&l
Mm..si every day   s.iiiie    grateful
person comes into our store and tella
iw of bem iits received (rom tho   uw
of Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets.    Knowing bow much Rood they have done
others and      knowing  what they  are
made  of, we   feel   BUTC   they   will Jiei|
you,    So great is our faith iii   them
that  we  urge  yon  to try    them    en
tirely   at  our I is,.,   with   our  [lersonal
''Taxation Act" and "I'uilie Schools promise that if they don't do all you
Act" are 11.-w .in" and payable lor the expect them to do an I make your
year  1914. | stoinacli comfortable and healthy and
All  Taxes collectible  for  the  Itevel-: ynr  digestion   easy, we'll   band   back
stoke Assessment    District   are due | your money.
and payable at my ollice, situated in I    Wa couldn't  endorse anything    any
Revelstoke,  B.Q.
■
hALEa^ dnd WANTS
§1 |f|e. lr   M.-.-t jm  I ,
§
Mrs, Dent's commodious home on
Third street held a lur^c and jolly
party last evening, when she enter-
tamed her own and Ur. ('. Dent's
young fneaii . Five hundred was the
nil -. and passed sev-
ho irs before the handsome
i riz,'!'  ' by Miss Blanche Mo
il Mi    toe Howson.        Miss
• ■ s prise  .v is a sterling silver
Howson's a hun-
' tl   ter's knit.'.    After  the most delicious
  which Miss Dvs
Thomp   •   .,-.! m,-,. 11 .1
— ' '!
the  Court House
This notice, in terms of law, is
equivalent to a personal demand by
me upon all persons liable for Taxes.
Dated at Kevelstoke, B. C, Jnnu -
nry 26th,  1914.
N. H. DROWN,
Collector  for  the  Revelstoke  Assessment. District. iHt iss.  J.2S lm
-
Il-'WH assist.
-ef   It-velstokc's pianists
rnlsh ...• dance n
th St.  '      ' • the hour compell-
EST    --
i, with or
fail Herald.
e    •
r.'hoi-       ..;
\,.K Pin      ■ ^ad 1-raine Hay
I     .     <i •     ,r     ..-      * it*    l„r
. m ■              •       isaflsld
-rU.
Coming Bonspiels
N0R8IN0    M»t-rni'/      -
ply to v'- ai    .f M
k  Kel.anchlto, B<MOod letratt.
l.t   .«      f»n      rd,   lm.
■ '■! Bt. John's
ihurcic debated tasl evening before an
■ idli ■.- which Ulled the room to its
oapaeity The subject was. Resolved
•hat Miser i n   injury to s<.ei
'•y   ths ■ mill,nit,.    This  (av
orlts and .... .  f.ebati able   statement
-   van ably   handled  i.y  M<aasrs O,   Mae
\i-     tydsa   md   i w   Hi Dlarmld for the
The   folic ni     d«t*. ■*«;..•   h,,.,,   flIW|
loi th.'  distrirt   hon^ptai*
eOotdn   Knhniiiry  i. ."  eanrl 8.
II ,nll    Feliruaty   10 to   14th.
All lr* al rurfets kUo  *i«b to atf-"nd
'■ ■  Lou ii i ,,!ei itdvlaa ths h«i>
tnry,  CM. fUM.
ifflrmatlvo and Measral  \.c. Haddon
. ad Ralph Cbl h n the negative
Iftn   i elos i well ..i *?-,n-(i contest
Hi.,   decision   wis    .warded   to   the   af-
• rmative  av a   committee  ol    unices
COml ''d   "I   Rev    J,    W    Htevenson,
, Mr.   A.    K    Miller  and    Mr      (Jordon.
Mr.   Miller   added n   few   frimidly crlt
ieisms of the dehnte and some good
in   general.   Roy
Btewarl   was chairman for the even -
>'<   The Floury  Kingdetmi  .- ■ ■ n I • I seem   Inu.    Tlie  SUbjMt   next   Tuesday    will
the natural outlet t.,r our sttr>|ti "Ooresa" lltustrnted with tnntnrn
ai'i.lui tion. -tides.
Michigan  trail #in.
o as
UP Hi.'    iaiMMing
•  ,'iii/ed the mine ■.( its i
i'ii  asslstanee.
\',   ni.i"ased   demaial   her   OanadiaB   pointers  to  debaters
"e.eil     ;,     r.|,i .1 I I'll    III    Ull'    I   Inn. Hi     n    ,r
RUVBLSTOKB ASSBSSMBNT
DISTRICT.
Notice 1b hereby given that a Court
-if Revision and Appeal, under the
provisions of the 'Taiation Act' and
ihe 'Public Schools Act' tor thc Rev-
i Istoke   Assessment    District   will    be
I el.l as follows:—
A,t <Oourt House, RevelBtoke, B. 0.
I uesdny, I7th day of February, D.I14,
al  10 o'clock in the foienton.
At  Coverntncnt (llllee,  Nakusp,    B.
(' ,  Kriiay 20th dny of February IM4
at  J o'clock in the afternoon.
,  Dated at  RevelBtOks,  B.O.,  Januarir
36th, 1914.
Judge of Oourl oi Revision and
Appeal.
(Signed) tn IB. M. i-TKi.D
1st iss. Jan 28 to Feb. 20th
It is contended that the yellow race
will  never  assimilate  with the  white
II now remains to be seen how the
?,00n,000 Chinese eges retently sold
on the Pncifi.' ('.east will assimilate
with the  Caucasian digMtton.
more strongly than we do Rcxal:
Dyspepsia Tablets. Containing Pepsin and Dismuth, two of thc greatest digestive aids known to medical
science, they BOO<the the stomach,
check heartburn and distress, pro -
mote a natural flow of the gastric
juice, and help regulate the bowcla.
Remember, if they don't make your
digtttion so easy and comfortable
that you can eat whatever you like
whenever you like, we Want you to
coma back and tell im and get your
money. Sold only at the more thaD
7.IMI0 Rexall Stores, and in this city-
only at our store, the Bews Drup
Three sizes. Jac, 50c. and Jl
Stole.
STENOGRAPHY and
TYPEWRITING CLASS
Commencing
FEB.  17th.
Two Nights
Per Week.
ur   Particulars
Apply to
Miss Davison
PHONE 336
SHIWH.
CURES
COUGHS
&COLDS

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