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KEVELSTOKE. B. C, JUNE 7, 1913
$2.50 Per Year
MEMBER
LEAVES FOR
ENGLAND
Hon. Thomas Taylor, Minister of
Public Works, leaves the Capital on
Tuesday en route for Kngland where
be proposes to represent the Province
and the Government of British Colum
■hia ut ihe annual gathering of thc International tiond Roads Congress,
whieh commences on Juue 23 in tlvi
city of Loudon, The Honorable Minister will travel uver the C.P.R. to
Quebec, and will sail fiom that port
on June  12.
The International Good Roads Con-
gre-s is an organization ihat was created several years ago through the efforts of a number oi European and
British-Colonial ministers, and today
it is recognised a-1 th.' leading body iu-
terested in th.*- development of vast
territories by the construction of high
ways, and while they may be regarded
as its spciiic (unction it welds another and perhaps wider iutluence in
that it brings together every year
prominent nun irom a'l the countries
of Kino,!'', and from all ihe leading
coloni s oi Great Britain for the dis-
cussii n of .1 lo.iic that has had much
lo do  wiih  the advance of civilization
Ju-t what individual originated the
idea oi the congress, or whieh nation
has di ii ■ most lo foster It, it is impoJ
fibl". and perhaps unnecessary to say,
bul one tii.n,' is patent, and that is
ihat no movement ever received a
mo:ee hearty endorsatlon from any oi
the widely scattered parties interested
than ths good mads one, and consequently .; i- not to bo altogether won-
lieivd at thai iis influence is growing
every year. At the' forthcoming meeting not only will all the countries re-
ferred to b.' represented, but they will
be largel) represented. Every piovinee
in the Dominion of Canada Is sending
a delegate, presumably a member of
tb. .•'. rnment, so that this country
will have! - irem udous interest in
ihe question fully sn forth in the series nt lellberations that are arranged
foi. A'usiralla, New Zealand and
South .Vile a will also be stiongly represented at lhe Congress, as will al-
thi oldei    ountrleB of Buiope.
In conversation with ihe Hon. Minister yeste daj The I olonist was informed that so fai   a; li" was a ware a
1 u'i   might  not I xpecled from him
hut in view of I wide scope oi the
pai • ..n in,' agenda he was
certa.n of an opportunity ol expressing the i e..,a ie, view of the problem t,. the members oi the Congress.
Mr. Taylor. In lhe capacity of Miniate i of l'«. lie Work-. ,s closely in touch
with . hi mi t i ■■ ie of road build •
lag ii    on in ihis   pro-
viin- , and no man knows better thu
uitli mstru    .e,n  iban, lie. As
he himself sa ■■ Road building in
British Columbia is a peculiar problem, and is i roi a ly unlike what i-
to be ten,nd anywhere else In the world
and while I am going to the Congress
to pic!: up ik. est ions ami barn ot
othei conditions it i- nisi possible thai
I may be able to drop a few hint- a
to our method- of .baling wi h the
problem  out  here in the far Welt.
"Road building all over the world i-
rapldly io.nhv into its own as one
of tbe greatest problems, and one oi
the greatest dutici ol the Suite Thii
i'uti.i     .it exemplifies nothing more
r ri.i. el ii, I a >s th i      irapoi i.mt
i , In Bri.I ii i olumbia, where we
nte' up aKainst thc mo-t dillicult condition- ui ih ■ shape of pbyil al ft .i
lures, we are endeavoring lo do our
best to meet the requirements ol the
people and lhe country, but no one
i- more aware of our shortcomings
tbat I am myself. Wc have done a
pica: deal, it is true, bin we have far
more yel to iio. and wub patience and
pens.'i vei cue ■ we will no doubt. ac-
. • .mpli l> ii.
"In Europe and other placet, even
in the eastern parts of Canada, road
building differ! very much from what
li is here, and the method that sue -
<veds in one place WOUld inevitably fail
in another, hut in no one place can "
J e said thnt perfection bus been reach
ed, and . oiise nn ntly that is wherein
we are   bound    to benefll m b other,
'Continued on  Pace Eight.)
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Contra Ioi McDonald wain town this week milking at*
ranreinenis lo start the
double tracking batWMO Rev-
.1st.ike and Tnft. Work will
be started Immediately,
KELOWNA v.
REVELSTOKE
Baseball Match Next Thursday-Revelstoke
May Win Honor as Head of League Now
Held by Peach City. — Line-up of Local
Team.—Stores will Close for Match.—Be
a Rooter.
REVELSTOKE
CRICKETERS
VICTORIOUS
Next Thursday, at the Re. reattion
I'ark thc citizens oi Revelsloke will bo
ollered an opportunity of witnessing
a real good baseball matoh the compel ing teams being Kelowna which
team is now at lhe '.op of the league,
and the lo.al leain which has beeu
considerably strengthened of Into.
This match is regarded a- a most iu
ti resting one The following is the
line up of the loeal team:
Catcher, Pulley; I'itcher, Webb, 1st
base, White, 2nd base', Phillips, s'hon
stop Fisher, Center Kield List, Right
Field Wilson, Left Field dellins.
It is possible thai this line up may
te slightly varied, but from present
appearances it will stand as above.
Now the local team has good ma -
t rial and there is every chance that
ihey will be successful at this big league match what it means to take the
honors from Kelowna on Thursday
e.ery fan well knows.
Now let every citizen man, wo.nan
nnd child who is noi prevented from
illness or the infirmities of old age be
present at this big match next Thursday.
'lhe la-t mat'h that was played at
ihe recreation grounds was witnessed
by ul,out 1,000 spectators. At the
match on Thursday next let there he
ni least 1,500 people present.
STORKS WILL CLOSE
The lo.al merchants association at
their last meeting decided to close
their stores hereafter when their was
a baseball match ai ihe home grounds
so on Thursday when the big match
Kclowna vs Revelstoke will be played, all the stores will close at 5 p.m.
iiisiead of six, as usual iu order ihat
them uchants and stalls cau attend
this match. Now don't fail to wit -
iic-'s this bi.i 1.utue match, next Thura
day and "Be a   Rooter."
TENNIS CANADA
CLUB GiVE     i     PAhCtLS
CONFUSION', PUST
Recognised as the very hest cricket
match every played at Revelsloke was
the one played here on Juue 3rd, between a picked team from Salmon
Arm and the home team. This match
was witnessed by several hundred spec
tutors, there being over 150 ladies
present. The weather man had been
specially favorable io the cricketers,
for an Italian sky hung overhead all
day.
Too much credit cannot he given to
the ladies for the liberal supply of re-
fieshmiuts ihey had so thoroughly
supplied for this o'tusiou, making tlie
iricket match a veritable old1 time picnic.
Following is the 'individual score:
1st  Inning,  Revelstoke Team.
iiii.ler,  ,i Holmes   633
Fleetham. b. Holmes   11
Uourne,   h  Holmes    ,  ... 11
Lriar,   li   Barlow     10
Maley,   b  Holmes     IG
I apham,   b  Holmes        t)
lield,   run  out        3
1 a ei'll,   h   Holmes     5
Wallace, b Holmes       1
Mon ek, b Holmes      0
Lartwrlght, noi out     0
Byes     7
l'o al  100
ist Inning Salmon Arm TcuuV
Bowden, b Fleetham      4
M.  Strickland,  b Flectham     5
CITY COUNCIL
REGULAR MEETING
Aid. MeKinnon Criticises Pipe Contract Procedure. Power House Road. Cement
Sidewalks.
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When "boosting" Revelstoke, the
"booster" most not overlook the fact
ihai uur cny has a tennis court which
i rapidly lilting itself to lake a sec-
ond place tp none in the piovinee.
i, nui- is everywhere considered one
of the very best and most desirable
summer sports and i- always an at -
tractive i>ature. to ciii/eu-, visitors
and tourists. ,\n attraction that ap-
peals io the better class ot people of
all countries.
Anything tha, helps the town is oi
I . tie'iit to iill and should have ih.- sup
port of all. It wa- a disappointment
ire on Tuesday evening, when
the' | lay produced by ihe Tennis cluh
received uch meagre support. To be
sure many were out of town holiday -
ing and    tbat     may account ior the
.mtiness oi the audien
Main not Intimately connected with
the dub ure advising thu practicability of repeating the production In order to allow thos,' on the first production una le t i enjoy the play,  to seo
The bill was "Confusion'' a three
a i farce comedy, brimful of inn and
'iit ng • ompl-.c.it.un-. The audience
,'. as ke'pt in a tate ot "what will
happen next" from the ris,. oi the curtain till it   final -lr.ep.
The parts were well sustained thru-'
MH.   but       peril.ip     the   Very   cl.vcrcst
iii of .i t.u-*     appeared In the    last
iene, when Mr.  Will  Brown and Mr.
B. C. Barry held the audience convuls
M-i «itb laughter,   it wa   noi ai
-itiiatiiin   to   -'iis'nin   but it   wa      done
in a manner not  to     be despised   by
■M.!\!S.
lho :._• t,i     the
e.l' HI   IS     ,,C    s      '.'..,
Ilill'll    PI
lb-   , .i        :.i-   as   lol Mil-
Wortimer  MumblefOrd...W.J.W.   Brown
i       nl   w, m  Lawrence
I.ui i'ii   Sun1 . ny      H   i,
Di    Bartholomew Jones..,F,  C.  Barry
•'nines   D.C. Morri-on
Michael Muzzle  M.i'   Labe
i "    Mumblefor I    . „ Ml    i-\ l .
Mi    Lueretia Ticklebj Miss F.Hughe*
Violet   Mint   Pearl Robinson
    Miss    M.   Moigan
H Lawson, Miss Morgan, Mr.
Lawrence and Mr. Brown are ail familiar figures in dramatic .irclos and
each upheld th'-ii we l^lenerved reputa
tions lor excellen.s> eam-d on previous
appearances.
The new talent introduced t.. the
I ti lil ic (,n Tuesday night were, M. M
Fi.en s Hughs and Pearl Robinson,
and Mean, D.C. Morrison, ll. Gordon, F.t'. Barry nivl Ml'    I
Kach  -how.el  v.ry    marked    nlr.li'y
i nd gave promise of fu'ure an
1 ■ hin.I the footlights.
I'erhaps particular mention might
|e tn.i'le .ef the work of Mil Iligte
and Mi MOIT 0B, "*h hnd diAcult
a fill, nti.! they Idled them In a
manual that called for many trldtocei
of pniise from all presenl and from
Iheir fellow actors.
Ol awa June, 1—In the house oi
common-, this moi ning, Hon. Mr.
Pelletiei arranged iL second reading for
his bill pro..ding lor a system oi
laicel p..st In Canada and ihe h0use
We nt into committee 0n tbe measure.
He explained that there ahead} is
e . I Iation relating to parcel post and
ihat thi- bill di.t net go outside the
,o.vei- tesudiu the Postmaster-General. It had been decided to lis the
weight limit oi parcels at ii pounds,
and ,2 Inches would be the maximum
Of 1 n.-th and tir.h comtin •.!. The
.,ii' system would be adopiel, but
not the same limits as in the United
states, where the system was exceedingly compliesi ,i. an.l difficult foi the
postmasters thoroughly to understand
It has bi  u ie idi i that for Cana la
C.i. h  of  the  IHo.ine-   ^ollld  be      le-
,1- a 'Oil", but the three' marl-
lime provinces would be combined to
form one /one. The first zone would
I - wiih.n a radius of 20 miles of the
I oint where the parcel is posted, irrespective oi provincial boundaries. That
would give protection to local deal rs
and country merchants a alnst the
partmcntal -tons in the large cities
Mi I'elleti r said that a deputation o!
retail merchants who ha.! waited upon
him to protest against the parcel post
bad  been  -ati-tied after  this bad been
iplalned t,, tbem.
Th • second  will  be outside the     20-
,i litis,  nut within the    oun lary
.■I the province, and the oiIim.--- gov-
mt .1 by the provin inl plan.
Mi.   I'.lleii r  .aid  that it  was     in-
'    11 led     te,     I UU    til       se,    lem    on    .llell.si  -
i  is,   with  ■ bl up  uites,  but self-
,H.r.       'I ll '     =.Vst '111      WOUl   ' III.lie'
y pro lamation, probably
I n iai y I. I'M I, but pi i bapa before.
Hc pointed   out thai rural mail ear-
I    is   mi. Iit   have to   bt    pal 1   niiiie all I
tbat   there    might  hav.' to be     some
in   rural   mail   boxes,   but   this
would be worked out later. The pres
in   arrangement with   the    railway
ompanies for carrying the   mall  had
.n    ii     subnet of    iiui'h  ilis ir lion
lately,   The    amount of mail matter
bad wi' leased enormously, principally
newspapers.
Th" MWSpaPer owners, he s.^d, wero
tnoying the rate, which was only a
nominal priic and that prevailed no
where el-e but in Canada, The de-
I in tm.-nt would try to deal with this
mntter when they dealt with Ihe ruil-
wavs with regard to parcel post.
C.  Haydlck,   b  .Maley .
R, Barlow,  b  Maley ....
Ashton, b Maley 	
R.  ilu.kcM,  b  Maley ...
Holmes,  |, Fleetham  ...
Wilson, b Maley  	
W. Bit hie, b Maley ....
H.  Verity, b Fleetham
Nor.h, not out      2
Total    2'J
2nd Inning,  Salmon Arm Team.
ii. Bowdcn, h Dabell      0
IX. M. Stitdand,  b Dabell   28
! . C. Haydiek b Dabell  L6
( . R. Balon   b Daoell   12
W. Ashton, b Fleetham     2
ii.   R.  Buckell,  b  Dabell      3
J.  Holme-,  n.n  out       'J
'.  Wilson,  b Dab.ll      4
.,'.  W.  Ritchie,  b  Dabclf      2
11.   Verity,  not  out   12
North   b  -Maley      11
Log  Byes   ,   1
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To.al   106
2nd liming, Revelstoke Team
L.   Paphan, b  Holmes    0
iilonck,  li A-hton   15
L'artwright,  b  Strickland   2
C.  Field, b Strickland   j
•v. Wallace, not out   ll)
R, Dabell, b Strickland   9
W. Briar, not ollt    68
Flectham   —
I', ll,  Bourne   —
G. Miibr   —
Byes      4
Total    53
Noticeable features of this matoh
bowing some' goo.I playing, was the
fact that Geo. Miller and F. Fleetham
of the home team batted for over an
imn lor the nrst wicket, while F.il.
Boume.Brier and Maley, all battel ox-
cdiiibly well. In lhe first Innings iln-
i-alnion   Ann   team   fared   rather   bad
I. , bein; up again i the fast bowling
. i Messrs, (fleotham and Maley, In
the second inning tho visiting team
..i.l better.
A return mat h «i.l i e played at
Salmon Arm on duly 12th, while the
Ne mi icon will meel the Rovotatoko
i"*iini in a match ai bho Capital of
Canada's  Alps on  Dominion Day..
Y.M.C.A. Campaign Fund. $3,500
DOW -ul.«■ ribed. The campaign will bn
ontinue.l until the md of the present
month, -ie that everyoM will hnve an
.niiy of contributing. Those
wbo nre working in thc different teams
aie requested to bring in their ro
•litis as soon as possible, one hnn -
ili"l nnd fifty person- at $10 each will
lin.sh the Job. I,et us make n final
dash for the finish.   It can be done.
HOSPITAL
LINEN
SHOWER
Bear in mind that .lime ISth, ufter-
noon and evening, is the date set opart for tho formal opening of the
Queen Victoria Jubilee Hospital. On
Ibis o'lision the ladies are asking for
donations to aid In the eiptiping oi
the linen closet. Out of your obund-
Bttce give a little. Nothing is too
small to be acceptable. The cause is
a worthy one. Have a share in it and
help it along.
Tho men can assist by emptying
their pockets of tbo loose change as
they go in or out.
I    City couneil met in regular meeting
Friday  evening  iu the  city  hall,     at
X p.  in.
Mayor Kilpatrick occupied the chair,
.also  present   were  Aldermen  Howson.
| Uourne.   Abrahamson,   McSorley    aiiel
MeKinnon.
Minutes of last i-egular meeting held
May Mrd read and adopted.
COMMUNICATIONS.
Various    communications were read
by Clerk Gordon and ordered answered or filed.
PIPE   CONTRACTS.
Aid. MeKinnon—We saved 8200 last
year ou a contract by taking up with
various contracts and that should
bc enough for us to call for tenders iu
the regular way-
We have hud trouble with these pipe
prices and parties iu Revelstoke before and our experience last year
should explode such method- of hand-
lin;  pipe orders.
Aid. Howson—Tenders were not called for, prices were asked for and the
contract has ben given to the lowes'i
Aid. MeKinnon—Prices were obtained, bui lenders apparently were not
called for. I don't particularly care
but it is just what we discovered and
Saved -S2U0 0n lasl year, 1 am referring to.
Mayor    T. Kilpatrick—1 have never
-e.n the pipe people at a" the tender
'■ bas been let by the Public Wotks com
ml tee on t'he prices i'i.o:ed to       tho
lowest firm.
A I.l. MeKinnon—I     mov.' that     the
action of tb.' Public Works committee
be endorsed, at the same time    1    do
i cot think it i- the     procedure   which
should be followed in  the future.
Aid. McSorley—I second that mot-
ion.—Carried.
INSURANCE.
A communication iiom Kooteuay
Agencies re Insurance of Fire Brigade
was referrid to Finance committee.
POWER HOUSE ROAD.
| Major Kilputrick—We have a request that we complete o,ie' portion of
the bargain by finishing th ■ road.—
Matter referred to l'ului Works committee.
CEMENT  SIDEWALKS.
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Mayor T.  Kilpatrick—1  have    been
approached in regard to the Third St,
cement sidewalk ..• . .  petitions
were   ovulated
.   Aid.  McKi
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ast year,
iinnon —  Something   will
have  to be     don.    but  thj debenture
?
i       ng adioumi J at ll 3  p.m.
ii arket is vi ry
Thc
SICAMOUS
TARGET
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Report of sho.it held    at Sicamous
on June 3rd.
Event I, Dominion Cartridge Co.
trophy, 23 targets und sweep-take-',
in. a,Ided money. Events 2, 3, 4, 5,
In targets, $10 added to sweepstakes.
'lhe' day was beautiful and the shooting ground on the edge of the Lake
undei the shade of the trees nia!" it
an i.l nl spot. Great credit Is din
Mr. R. Upper, secretary, who earrieJ
out all ibe' arrangements in a r-erfect
mann ir,
Event    1
McDonell.„23
Sturdy ...19
S'.e'K    S
Foote
Barber
Upper    ..
Liltlo  ....
Little ... .
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Barber won thc D.C.Co. beautiful
gun ca ' with the good s.orc of U out
of 2,"., dropping bis last  tat
The Sicamous club are likely > i ."•■•
a series of shoots during the Bum.mr.
CANADIAN
NORThEKN
SUB^IUitS
11 tawa   June 4—So much . .,
tak< n up by ParUa .   a
th    Cai    I ..:-   Noil . b,  tli
Grand Trunk Pa
to the Ti.".,
. in i ntario Railway tba   all I
igaiion bein
uaj was -;- indon • I .       ng.
It i-  now 1 that il   will     be
House ri e- for the
ntarj s.     ..■ .. rtbeles-s,
of the in
,r.*e  for  their  I
night, but
i bly  oi rum to • On ;•   I      ;he
-.on.
ill. n. L. l" Pellet-
ter's pare :
J    MacDon-
which
the bill wat • .-li ,md
thought it   -: untj|
next s ssion.
The speekei   s.i ,1  fa i ed  up
s .m 1 ha i fo m I  that  ,
■'.   m.ht  w..s  in    nc-
i with     Bt. ntary
1   ■■ 'ices   ,s •' ,rih by Mav.
Public Schools attendance      Rich Musical Comedy Co.
The ati ndance at th.. public sehoo'.s
for May  wa    as follows
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  II
  Ill
  IV
  V
  VI
  VII
H2
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Vlll   II
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91.81
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H.'i, 17
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Totals.. ...2'it
.85
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Selkirk    Sehool   Div.  I.
' II
"'n" -   Bi tb-n-
1 eat fe.i
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III
IV
V
VI
VII
Ml
88
Totals 210   01 18 104
01   I   21
01.33 122
8022 0
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02.>M   21     Oeonrey I.   M iggi      i    \    ,,•  vie -
0'.30   i ' Toronto univet -.ty. has
111 *''■   ''' iwardt i •!,     i bo        :, ilarshlp
for Hiitish Columbia.
The Nelson Shield wus won ln tbe c
Central -chool by Division IV., with _
a percentage of 97.41 in punctuality ■=■'
and regularity. Division IV. ot Sel •
kirk wins the shield with a pereem -
nge of 97.11.
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MANNING'S
HIGH  SCHOOL.
Following  is the attendance at  tho   I
I igb school for the month of May:        ■
D. I.   D. II. T.   ?
Enrollment    17       ll     28 I
l resent ev'y session...    6 5     11  I
P. 0. of attendance....899      .966   ,9831111! IB IEIIH
•^in • th1? warm weu'tn't
d wc aie paying -\"
ott. nti' >n to our Ire Cream
end Fountain Jf ther.. l-
anyth.ng y,,u wan* in this
line, Kemember. tne highest
'Utility to be obtaine-d  is at
MANNING'S
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1BSKI « » . . « FACE TWO
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY., JONE 7tfc. 1918.
Vrinting
That . .
Fays you
Your business status is often judged by
the style and 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.
Tays \Js
i
You are delighted with MAIL-HERALD
Printing for we do our utmost to please
you. We have the staff, stock antl equipment to deliver the goods so we get your
next order, sure. Then your satisfaction
results in recommendation and [so our
business grows.
LooK. For
This Sign
It means SATISFACTION in PRICE.
STYLE,  QUALITY  and DELIVERY.
Let us estimate for your next job, or ask
us lor ideas, specimens, information we
can help you.
We
Trint s
Catalogues
• Billheads • Cards
■   Menus
Ball   Prog
rams    -    Books   and
Booklets
Loose Lea
Account   Forms   -    .
invelopes
Programs
- Wedding Stationery
-  Tags
Memonam
Cards    -   Lumber Forms, Etc.
Rev. McINTYRE
FAREWELL
SERMON
umbermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -   Revelstoke, B. C
before buying yonr outfit of working clothes
tor the bush. I m»ke ■
specialty of Losing
Sh"cs, Pants, Sox, shirts
Blankets and everything
reoeiir-s! invotirhnoinpM
On Sunday in lhe Methodist churcb
Rev. K. J. Mclntyro said lareweU to
a crowded church.
The sermon wua based on the Una!
appeal of Moses to Israel, to chose life
for the sake ot themselves and     their
children.
Moses, the scholar, leader, states -
man, wus described, and it was shown
what his life meant to Israel. Life
and material wealth will singly be
wasted unless a man allies himself
with God Almighty in fact he will be
even incapable of realizing tbe glorous
possibilities of his  being.
This course pointed out is the only
one that will lead to true und abiding
pleasures,
in order to be honorable, a man
must respond with his life's service to
God Almighty, How cun he breathe
God's air, drill,; from His fountain,
cat at Hi- table and accept all thos'e
inmentioned blessings un.l seek to
defeat ihe purpose of a beneficent Qod
This is ib.' way of the larger, nobler, freer life, ,., more than animal lifu
u life in fellowship with God.
Tho appeal was made to tbe congregation to dedicate their lives to the
service of God and humanity on the
ground that their services were needed. Phillips Brooks said this is thu
supreme motive, the Influence J can
exert over my fellow men. No man
has come lo truer greatness until he
iwo ni'e- that what God has given
bim was not given for self but for hu-
n.aiiity, iiii.l We ought to be good,
i lean, noble, for the the world's sake.
Mr. Mclntyre sai'd he had no word of
c nsure or unkind things to say, true
h? had made enemies in the town but
was fortunate in that respect, aud.was
willing t i be judged by the enemies
made.. He llmn'.ed the congregation
for iheir loyalty, their sympathy   and
nbour.ded kindness an.l consideration
n closing the service "Blessed be the
lie that binds" was sung. In the ga-
ihering that followed four were receiv
ed on probation as members of tho
(butch. This said Mr. Mclntyre seems
n mo^t tittine close to my ministry in
this  place.
POPULAR
PASTOR
HONORED
A REAL HOME
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■
OUR REAL ESTATE
wmXJSs Paints
We carry a full range of colors in the above, both
for inside and outside work, also floor finishes,
_ Stains, Varnishes, Oil Turps, Johnson's Wood
Dyes, etc. Por best results see that S. W. P. is
marked on the can. Everything in up-to-date
Paint Brushes.
STOVES—A Kootenay or Saskalta Range made by the
largest firm in that business m the British Kmpire; will givo
more heat on less fuel, last longer, look uud cook better than
any stove on the market to-day, we can prove this to you.
Cnmp Stoves, Camp Outfits, Baseball, Lacrosse and Tennis
Goods, Bicycles, Fishing Tackle.
GROCERIES, l'ruit and Vegetables. We do an ever
increasing trade in these; (junlity Goods, Fair Prices, Correct
Accounts.
We arc headquarters for Poultry Supplies, chick food, extra
tirade Wheat, Hay Feed, etc
BOURNE BROS. LIMITED
GROCERS AND HARDWARE DEALERS
First St, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
EARLY SPRING GOODS
Consisting of every conceivable si/.e and make of
Hats, Gloves, Shoes and Underwear; also a most
extensive stock of Neckiies of every shade and
style.
We have also a specially fine assortment of samples
for our Spring Clothing Order Departmeet.
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Fit-Reform Clothing Stetson  Hats Foot-Rite Shoes
Mail-Herald Electric Tress
Revelstoke.  3. C.
Phone Xo. 8
KOOTENAY AGfNMfS.IM.
FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL
It  mei***  tilt Atrtrrrrira   «':
plffMlntf    thin   wn.ftn— m.   rein   .tippif   I'.-i
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VERY  PLANTKR UttKt I OIJH
ANDSCAPE GARDENING
8c   WHAT TO  PLANT
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lIURSERIESt"
|1| RICHARD M'COMB.GElftMCR
llBOX.A.ALDERGROVE.B.C.
Monday   ivenlng last the Methodist church wa-' crowded with friends
oi Mr. and  Mrs   Mclntyre, assembled
to say  farewell  to  their pastor.       A
musical  program    was rendered
ung by    Mrs. Dint.    Mn.
.- |uarebri'£gs and  Mrs.  K.  Davis.  Mr.
C I     Hume, then, in a >hort >petch ex-
■l  some oi  the- deep regret that
>   lb       eingregation at losing
Mr,  Mclntyre and also -, stirring     ap-
* me  ol  the-  valuable service    he
:. . I   I   lo      Revelstoke,  during
■ !• sl.ori yeear- ol bis pastorate.
M     tti followed with       an
ii. . * ition from all the
I nts   oi     the  i hurch,
united in  a  gifi  to  .Mr.   and
M    a  W" ol a   very   beautiful   sil-
i  ind coffee Bervice.
Mclntyn      pl e I on   behalf of
M lutyre in ar. ad -
n -, expressing     his
n     nf     the      motives
ted gift, and of     the
p   which       has
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reduce yoai weight   -■ I igerom
or  starvation   ii,,"     WHti    for
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British ''olumbia
StSIJLOM
■MlcVly  »top«  emrhi.   curn  cold«, and   hcala
tit lliront ant lunfa. ||        as ccnta.
COFFEE - CHICORY - TEA
Fresh Roasted Brazil, per lb...     35c
Fresh Roasted Mocha and Java blend, per lb...   50c
Old Country Chicory, per package      20c
Ceylon Tea, in bulk, 3 lbs. for $1.00
Other teas,   including Tetleys,   Liptons, Ridgways,
Silver Spoon, etc. .....
John McIntyre & son
First Street. Telephone No. 93
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Now Is the Time for Fertilizing Your Garden I
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Have a Car of Fertilizer on Track.
Save money by buying direct from
Car
P. BURNS & GO., Limited
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A Remarkable Expression
of Public Confidence . . .
in ihown in lh« statement ol this Company for the fiscal year
ending Miireh Sllt( 1913- Ah compared with one year ago, the
following figures are exceptionally  interesting:
ASSKTS MARCH 3lst,    1913   M5fi.9l5.72
ASSKTS MARCH 31st, 1912  |lll,2GS.60
bowing a net Rain of • $345,647.12
Tbis remarkable gain is positive evidence of the convenience and  practicability  of the C. H. I. C. plan.
NEARLY ONE-QUARTER MILLION DOLLARS LOANED
TO CONTRACT HOLDERS at .r> PER CENT. SIMPLE IN-
TKREST WIRING THE PAST FISCAL YEAR.
If YOI* Desire ft Home of Your Own—If you Would Be Independent   of a  Landlord—Investigate Thin plan—Now.
The Canadian Home Investment Co., Ltd.
" Canada's Old Reliable"
Home Office:    PACIFIC BUILDING, Second Floor
VANCOUVER. B. C.
Revelstoke Office : J. B. WATSON REALTY CO.
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THE MAIL-HERALD.REVELSTOKE
rAGE THRKB
J. B. Watson Realty Co.
Six Room Modern House, Corner of Robson Avenue
and Fourth Street    $2800
Six Room Modern House, Fourth Street..
$2200
Eleven Room House,  Fourth Street,  near McKenzie
Avenue  _ _  $3000
100 Feet Seventh Street, near McKenzie Avenue $1500
Store Building McKenzie Avenue for Rent
Give in Y ur Listings if You Want a Quick Sale
il. B. Watson Realty Co.
W   II. HOROBIN, Manager.       Local Agency American Casualty Co.
AGENT FOR  PACIFIC SALES ASSOCIATION, LIMITED.
THE MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED   1855
Record of Progress for Five Years—1906-1911
1906 1911
Capital        ....        $ 3,000,000 $ 4,000,000
Reserve 3,000.000 4,600,000
Deposits       ....         23,677,730 35,042,311
Loans and Investments         -       27.457,090 38,854,801
Total Assets        -       -      -         33,090,192 48,237,284_
Has 83 Branches hi Canada, and Agonts and Correspondents In all "
the Principal Cities In the World.
A GENERAL  BANKINO BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Interest allowed at highest current rate.
Revelstoke Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager
..INFANTS APPAREL.
Another consignment in the
above lines just lo hanil    .
Infants White Silk Robes, Long and Short
Cream Cashmere Cloaks, White Embroidered Shortening Dresses	
MRS. A. 6. CRICK,
FIRST STREET
Laughton C8, Tapping, Props. First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
•    European Plan
Open Day and Night. - Meal Tickets, $6.00
MONTHLY BOARD
^w^
H. J. kcSCILir, Frcpnticr.
^i-STOV^
Strictly First Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with Bath
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SALES and WANTS
IOc. line   ::   Minimum 25c
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WANTED—A position as Chamber
maid. Apply to Box 914, Revel
Btoku, B. C.
Black Pedigree Spaniel Dog for salo,
good pointer and wat.h dog, $15.00,
including license.   Box 205,  Oity.
WANTED—A young lady typist for
Otlice work. One with *m8 knowledge of bookkeeping preferred. —
Apply to Mail-Herald
WANTBD—Kmgl ish woman seeks a
poii lion, thoroughly domesticated,
good e-ook and needlewoman. Apply
81, Third street,  City.
FOR SALE—Two Houses and Lots on
Third street, west, also Four Sub -
urban LoK size ."iOxllO. Apply to
A, W. Connolly, Revelstoke, B.C.
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O. B. N. WILKIE
PROVINCIAL LANO  SURVEYOR
Office: Lawrence Hardware Block
REVELSTOKE, B. O.
W.  H.   WALLACE,   M.B.O.S.A.
ARCHITECT
Box 205, Telephone 313. Reveletoke
KARVE*?, McCARTER
ANB PINKHAM,
Etc.
Revsl-
Barrltten,  Solicitor!,
Imperial Bank Building
■toke, B. O.
Money to Loan.
Offlcei—Revelstoks,    B.   O.
Cranbrook, B. O.
Qeo. S. MeCarter,
A. M. Pinkham, J. A. Harvey
Reveletoke. Cranbrook
aad
COURT
FOR SALB-Onc Bell Tent, 10ft. Gin.;
Ono Wall Tent, 9Jx 12ft. Never ua-
td. 1 ol'S and Pegs compbte. For
particulars apply to T.C. Rea.     l't.
MT.
OF
BEGBIE.
I. O. V.
No. 14(1.
Union   Hotel
JUST NRWLY RKPAIRED
RATES,      .     $1.50 PER DAY
Weekly and monthly rates to be an-angeil.        Meal Tickets, 21 meals lor $6.00
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
A. P. LKVKSQUE, Proprietor
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.   Rates $1 a day.   Monthly rates.
J.   .A-XjIBEJIRT     STOHSTEl      PEOP.
Read " Mail-Herald" SALES ANO WANTS for Snaps
! WANTED—Men tor Flume construe -
tion. Laborers 82.73, handy men
$3.00. Rough carpenters $3.50. J
Board $3.25. Apply in person to
Adams River Lumber Company, Lim
ited, Chase, B. C.
i	
'TANNING—Caleary Tannery Co., Ltd
East Calvary, we tan and dress furs i
and hides o' every description. Work |
guarantee^ or money r funded.     We '
tan   leather.   l:p-to-date machinery.
Top   prices paid for hides.   Freight
paid,   Boo'*.l t and jrices on application. 1 iss.  May 14 lm. I
Meeti in I. O. O. F. Hall next to
Tapping's Opera House every eecond
and fourth Monday ln month. Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.
H. V. MORQAN, O. R.
WM.   8.   CAMERON,   R«c.-8»c.
SELKIRK      LODOE 12,  1.  O. 0.  F.
Meets every Thursday evening in
■lelkirk Hall at 8 o'clock. Vliitlng
•nft.hrpii  cordially  invited.
C. NORTH, N. O.
JAS   MATHIE, Sec.
KOOTENAY
LODGE.  No.
md  A.   M.
U A.  F.
OPENING FOR A LIVE MAN IN
REVELSTOKE.
Northwestern Factory distributors
oiler agency for the following well-
kno.vn cars:—MARION, $1595 to §1850
AMERICAN, $1530 to S2750. DOKRlS
TRUCK, $*_>1C0 to $2,300. We are in
a i o-ition to make a special proposition. Are you the Man? If so. address M. A.  Miller,  C04  E.  Pike street
Regular meetings are held In MAR-
elNIC TEMPLE. Oddfellowe' Hall
on the Third Monday In each month
»t 8 p. m. Visiting brethren are
cordially welcome.
J. HI HAMILTON, W. M.
A. O. BROOKER, Secretary.
O.  W. O. W.
Mountain View Camp, No.
m.
Seattle, Wash.
1st iss. M31 lOt
EXECUTORS SALE
Musts Second    and     Fourth Wednes
days    In  each  month  In    Selkirk
Hall.      Visiting Woodmen ar*
cordially Invited to attend
JAMES  McINTYRE, O.O.
H. W. EDWARDS, Clerk.
The Executors of the Will of the
\ late Charles H. Davis, late of Arrowhead, deceased, offer for sale by ten-
der 32.72 acr.-s of land situate? on the
East bank 0f the Columbia River,
about four miles north of Arrowhead.
Thf* property is partially cleared.
There are about 100 fruit trees and
small fruits. There is a frame dwelling 12x2,", chicken hou-e, tool house,
etc. There is ample water supply for
all purpoies. The land lies on both
sides of ihe Arrow l.a':e branch and
is connected by wagon road with Ar-
towhead.
Offers should bo submitti'd in writ •
ing to the undersigned before the 15th
of June, 1913.
Harvey,  MeCarter and  Pinkham,
Solicitors for the Executor*
1st iss. M.31  4t.
NOTICE   OF  DISSOLUTION.
REVELSTOKE LOYAL ORDER
MOOSE No.  1081
Meets every first and third Tuesday in Oddfe.lows Hall. Visiting
brethern cordially invited to attend.
A. Grant, Dictator.
H. L. Haug, Secretary.
m
SYNOPSIS OF COAL
REGULATIONS.
MINING
Notie'e is hereby given that the
partnership heretofore existing between Ni. k Karras and A.O. Thiaki-
son, as restaurant keepers at Windsor
Hotel, Revelstoke, B.C., has this day
teen dis-olved by mutual consent, the
said Kanas retiring from the business
which will in the future be carried on
by iai.t Thiakison who will collect all
debts owing to the firm and pay all
debts owing by the firm.
Dated May 31st, 1913.
N. KARRAS,
ALEX.  THIAKISON.
Is*- Iss, J.4th, 2t.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that     Claude'     Watson
Cameron of Nakusp. B.C.,  occupation
Fruit  Rancher,  intends  to apply    for:
permission to   purchase the following
de-crihed lands.
Commencing at ft porfl planted at ,
North East Corner of Timber Limit
Number .3378, thence south 00 chains,
thence east 40 chains, thenee follow •
ing tbe ni"andering of the laki' to placo
of commencement, containing one bun- I
dred acres more or less.
Dated June 2nd, 1913.
CLAUDE WATSON CAMERON
1st i«sue June 7, GOd.
NOTIOE.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Camp Mountain View, No. 229
The Camp will attend for Divire
worship at Bt. Peter's church next
Salitmth (-evening, JntioKth. Members
and visiting Sovereigns are expected
In assemble iii Lodve Room, Selkirk
Hall   by 8:25k.
By Oudkk.
Coal mining rights of the Dominion
in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Al
,erta, the Yukon Territory, the
North-west Territories and in a portion of the Province of British Col-
imbla, may be leased ior a term of
twenty-one years at an annual rent
il of $1 an acre. Not more than
*.3t,u acres will be leased to one applicant.
Application for lease must be made
>y the applicant in pemon to the
\gent or Sub-Agent of the district
n which tba rights applied for are
■ituated.
The lease will include the coal mia-
ing rights only, but the lessee may
>e permitted to purchase whatever
ivailable surface rights may be considered necessary for tbe working ol
'he mine ut tbe rate of 110.00 an
icre.
In surveyed territory the laad mum
1 be described by sections, or logul
, sub-divisions of sections, and in un-
Hurveyed territory the tract applied
tor shall be staked out by the ap -
plicant  himself.
Each applicant nvist be accompan
ied by a fee of |5 which will be refunded If the rights applied for are
not available, hut not otherwise. A
royalty shall be paid on tbe mer
chantable output of tbe mine at thr
rate of flve cents per ton.
The person operating the mine shall
furnish the Agent with sworn returns
accounting for the full quantity of
merchantable coal mined and pay tbs
royalty thereon. If tbe coal mining
rlghta are not being operated, sucb
returns should be furnished at least
once a year.
For full information application
should ire made to the Secrotary ot
the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to tbe Agent or Sub-Agent
of Dominion Lande.
W. W. OORY.
SEASONABLE HARDWARE
At Prices Never Before Offered
to the Public of Revelstoke
We are offering some of the many seasonable and attractive lines and hope to enlarge the impression that we are
ready with the goods that are wanted, as they are wanted,
and at the lowest possible price, consistent with good
quality.
Screen Doors $1.50 to $2.75
"    30c to 45c
Step Ladders $1 to $4.50
Hoes, Rakes, Spades etc from 50c to $1-25
Lawn Mowers   $6.50 to $10.50
"     Rakes     50c
"     Hose       $4.50 to $11 per 50 ft.
Sprinklers 4-Oc up
Grass Cutters $1.50
Alabastine in all Colors
The Famous   MINERVA Paints—The Best in Canada.
SPORTING GOODS of all kinds
COME IH AND SEE-NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS
Revelstoke Hardware Company, Ltd.
Agents for GURNEYS CHANCELLOR Rarges.
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Bargains Worth While
25 only Boys' Suits 25 Per Cent. Off
25 only Boys' Shoes, Reg. $3.50 Values	
 Now $1.90
100 Pairs Men's Hose, blacks and tans	
 6 Pairs for $1.00
THESE    PRICES    FOR
THIS     WEEK     ONLY
McRae Mercantile Co.
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Central Hotel
Abrahamson^ Bros.
Props.
First-Class in all
respects.
All Modern
Conveniences'
RATES, $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Rates"
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
. . . It Miqht Be Hot. . .
IBTTT
It is always fine in the plunge at Halcyon Hot Springs
whose natural hot medicinal waters are the must wonderful health restorer on the Continent. Our record of cures
of rheumatism and other chronic complaints is unequalled
and verified by our gratified patrons. Located among the
greatest scenery of Canada, easy of access,—the Sanitarium is luxuriously fitted and finished for comfort and
convenience of guests.
Haleyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. BOYD, Proprietor, •        Halcyon. Arrow Lakes
27
Shilohm
Ths  family   remedy   for   Couihn   and Cold.
"Shlloh costs sa  little   sod does  w much I'
JUST OPENED UP  UNDER  NEW   MANAGEMENT
The Kootenay Brewery
Manufacturing
ALE      PORTER      LAGER BEER
^1
A. GOIARGH. PROP.
REVELSTOKE. B. C.
<$*      GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER      ^*>
tS fl PAGE FOUR
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, JUNE Tth,  1913.
J™
Just Arrived, in Great Variety, our Complete Stock of
Scri:ilx ])(X)US
See the Latest in these Lines
The Combination Screen and Storm Doors
Beautiful  in Design and Workmanship
Sc uioio.N Windows
35c to 75c
a c
> i
>eralfc
IMMII.ISMKIi   U'KDNKMKAY    AND
1 > * '   II11 AY    \t
REV 'MfF     R     G
interior n>   >h*imiui company.
,1    K     I OUN HON    M imager.
RAI '" ui'TiiN.   Kditor.
Screen wire
All Sizes from 24 inches to '12 inches Wide
SPRING HINGES
DOOR SPRINGS
DOOR CATCHES
DOOR HANDLES
ADVERTISING RATES.
Local Reading Notices and Business
locals 10 nents pcr line each insertion.
Minimum local al charge 25 cents.
Display advertisements 2.r> cents per
Inch each Insertion, single column.
LEGAL AND OFFICIAL
ADVERTISING.
Legal advertising of any lorm, also
Government anil Municipal Notices 12
cents per linM lirsi insertion and 8
cenis per line suhsequsnt insertions,
allowing in Hues to the inch,
Applications for Liepior Licenses $5.
Applications for Transfer of liquor
Licenses $7.50.
Land  purchase i-oti es. $7.00
Water Application     Noti-es,  up to
100 words. $7.50,  over 100 words     in
proportion.
All other classes of advertising not
included in above *o I.e charged at
rate to he' arranged with manager on
application.
"'
BATURDAY, JUNE 7th,  191"
NEW SPRING GOODS
Ladies Tweed Skirts
Ladies 1-piece Dresses
Ladies' Suits
Only a few Suits left to clear at
Special Prices.
in   White    Lawn,   and   Muslins.
Regular $4 and $5.    Your choice
for $2.00
White Wash Skirts
Prices $1.75 to $2.50.
Women's Spring Hosiery
Women's   White Underwear.
Ladies'House Dresses
Rep:. $4, $3, $3-to clear at $2.00.
Millinery!
Millinery
Spring Wash Goods
Oar stock Never Better.    Prices
marked down from 40c. and 35c.
Now 2-r>c.
Millinery
We are keeping  in touch with
the Eastern Market.     You can
depend upon the  latest styles,
REID & YOUNG
R. Z. CRAWFORD, Contracting Painter
SIGN PAINTING AND ALABASTINE DECORATING
A    SPECIALTY.    SATISFACTION   GUARANTEED
SliC? IN CUMIING'S TRANSFER BLOCK,
SECOND STREET
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Arc
am
Interested
IN
We have just received a large sh'pmentof
finest CUT GLASS obtainable at values
hitherto unknown, and are making a
special effort to interest you. Our window will be a revelation to you. Come
and have a look. Every piece is marked
in plain figures and the prices will surprise you. It is up to you to benefit by
our good buying and we are waiting to
show you
Revelstoke s pioneer Jevteler
The result ni the ba-ehall gunn* at
Kamloops is admittedly a keen disap-
fo.ncment to Revelsloke sports, and
.initi' contrary lo the dope pul out hy
wise ones before lhc event, as based
on tin* records' of both teams and their
previous performances this >easo:i in
interior League games. The editor
does not set himself up as a baseball
11 iti.. bul certain aspects of i li* conditions under whuh Revelstoke rep-
i. seniatK** - are call d to meet op •
l,n n.s ,,,., foreign grounds struck any
iii' acquainted with the handling and
preparation ol utheletes, as certainly
not being conducive to the best possible slow in; on tbe part of a visiting U-am. Neither tbe Kevelstoke nor
any othei ball players, can expect to
in- um. without organized practice
thm loael themselves on a train and
after along hot journey arrive iate
e n ihe Held ol play and rush oui to
.ni i   witb any chance of Buc.-ess,     a
.em. in it on    ot     ool,     w.'U     rested
steady men playing on tbeir o'.vn fam
round    'lhe   Revelstoke     u-am
ba. • tee ma ler th ■ ai    of b tter com-
b n.it ion, a d I ng every player
ond  .n  the  best  a ental
and     ] re  they
:i a  i >■; utai road
the   exhib    on
their  own  sod.
CANADA'S BEST  If
jyfct&cornhc
z%
V layer
Tianos
IN  USE 40 YE/RS
GOOD THEM    BETTER NOW
Perfect Scale, Purity of Tone, Suscepti
bility ol Touch, beauti of Finish, Work
imnship and Durability.
OUR PLAYER PIANOS
with human-like control contains all the
latent improvements and rleviees 'l'l.e\
ire perfect in t.etn-, a-tistie in design
nnl capable oi giving life-long service.
WE Ir.VITE COMPARISON
'J'l.i' very be-t material ami the best
-kill that money can secure are em
I loved in their coi struction.
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M  Kenzie Ave., Revelstoke, I).''.
Head Office and b'actoiy, Toronto, Ont.
Phone, 262
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TO ANY CHURCH IN THE CITY OF   REVELSTOKI*.
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CONDITIONS:
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STRIKE    WHILE    THE    IRON    IS    HOT
H. B. HULETT handles other 1 rhicli
tu'.'.v (guaranteed to satisfy.    AH   '.'irk  done promptly,
SPECIAL OFFER FOR JUNE
Special Rates will be given lo sn and all who draw up
theii contracts In tbe month of June. All persons who
intend tei build or repair anj building inside or outside will
do well to call "ti
H. E. HULETT.   •   Residence: 27 Third St.. East
Pi i  Rstimates, Btc.
Workshop in Rear - P. O. Box 349
Tbi
pi ompl
the Admiralty them e
l|,i-       I-- ,,n    "ll,i'[,-'e
ire prepared, whilst Canada lat
i"   mor.-   'ime      for   talking
tbr s'l'inly of  the necessary ships  hv
■o promptly eommeni tag   he coi
tion of nam'' aid portion nf ihe ae
uni Naval Bihlgel and  ,i, Imperial Ds
It nn' ne'-psfiity.
lime  will   be   losi in   getting  lo  woi'.4
n tbe construction of same.
In  the effulgent  glows of the sun ol
eeil old -*ummer time"
,a.  ilo.ik    the    inevitable
i iproa ag      winter,   the  next
iree  n onl h      hould      see all possible
with budding opera •
.   proposed new edifices in
: r  that   thi   winter  frosi   may not
i   mi   in tt hard
are  not   only  danger-
■ ben  'he   un <hin.
foi   many import -
lition to the proverb-
fa .uld be
favorable,
.   eiel lind
mpl< te
THOSE
HUNTING
PiCTURES
For  Quick  Sale
Hous3, Cjr.nsr Sicond and McArthur, 50
Fe jt, Easy Terms  $2950
Hjuj5,   modern,   Fifth   Street,    50 Feet,
Easy Terms   $3000
H ;use, Corner Robson and Fourth Street,
50 Feet, Easy Terms  $2900
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
JOHN D. SIBBALD, I'kks. J. D. SIBBALD, JR., Six.
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TIRED ?
THEN A CUP OF
"BELL. BLEND  TEA"
will refresh you with its bright, spicy
flavor ami fragrancy. SoM iu 1 Ib.
lead packages.
Price, 35c, 40c. and 50c. per Ib.
G.
P. O. Box 208
W. B ELL
GROCER & BAKER
Phono No. 23
~wmm
READY TO SERVE
(liings for luncheon, (ea and dessert are
housewives' modern labor savers. No
Hurry or chagrin when Unexpected visitors arrive; no   worry about   or work   to
prepare a dainty meal at s minute's
notice.   If you want to Me these modern
fooil products   at   their   lust,   visit   this
grocery.
Hobson's Bakery
Phone 41
Box 734
Now thai tb"    High   Sdbool Bylaw
bai boon approved, it   ,n hoped     no
.   f thi   i aul .(. Rain
shown
11 tbe Kin,.        .'   i .    .■    ■■■'. to in'
"    ' ing      elt.lel ol
.-   pii lure      we., ii
i M-  iorn - olored,
. t  i    nature ba I      Inted tbe object
i  en  th'in    The films woro not
>f thn a     i       ■   ■■ t     \ii    i! ■ -11.■»    rs
0   pel mil   uny   po   i» •   foi       the
, rexull, iin' mov
Ing pii Iiui       i"   nol bin ■    hoi <   oi mnr
'.  M    Oil
Mr   albert  Andrews, who acoompan-
ipd   Mr,   Hnini'v   into  Afrba,  deHrrllxMl
ihe ine iiicnt' and the circumstances ol
tbe expedition mo I graphically. Thn
pictures,      embcflished by  Uie I.e lure,
UNION BARBER SHOP
We have just opened a shop in the
IDEAL POOL ROOM
After six years service to the Revelstoke
Public we scarcely require an introduction
We solicit a share of Special attention given
your patronage    .    . to children    ....
JOS. HACK
beld a large audience deeply interested
f0i two hours. Incidentally, every
,,i i ,i wibi animal found In Bart
Africa were ihown on the screen, and
mosl ol tin' •■ were riot aware that
Iheir pictures w-cre lieing taken while
the    amern was being operated
\ bI ef Umi shows an infuriated
rbinoceroi charging full at the mm-
ei a.   Of course the  film machine can-
! was kept at work while tne big brute
approached.   The thinoceros is stopp-
: eil by  n bullet from  the rifle of      Mr.
! Black, one of the Rainey party, and
the animal runs several hundred yarda
and drops. All thM lijrures in tba
picture!,    Kmpress theatre tonight.
not Ire -een, but thc fa'*t that 'he piO-
tures an  shown  ia  evidence that     if
The Mioses Gennel of Scotlnnd, have
bes-n vi-uting Mrs Wm. Morris nnd „n)
very mu*h pleaded with the scenery
around ihe Capital of Canada's Alps- SATURDAY.  JUNE 7th, 1913.
THEIMAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGE FIVH
During This Month There
Wi.l be Plenty of Bargains Displayed in This
Store, Watch for Them
Watch Our Windows for
Special Lines and Bargains During This Month
Look at Price Tickets.
Watch this Space Saturday for
Our Big Sale Advertisement of
Linen for the Hospital    .   .   .
MEET ME AT HUME'S
" Rest Room," Second floor up—take
Coats for Children
Cute little Cream Cashmere and Cream Serge
Coats for children, 1  to 4  years;  some
braid and  others embroidery trimmed,
pretty and comfortable.    At each $1.90
the  Elevator.     There are plenty of
nice, comfortable chairs, writing table
and telephone.    C. B. Hume  CBb Co.,
Limited, provide them for the use of
the public.   You can get a good view
SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY
 .	
SHEETING
Three hundred  yards of good   family
sheeting,  full 2 yards wide, at per yd.
2oC
Ladies Afternoon Dresses
Lovely creations in Linens and Wash Cottons,
a big list to choose from  the swellest
showing we have ever attempted yet.
From §3.75 to               $10.OO
of MacKenzie Ave. trom the window
TOWELING
400 yards of good, wide gloss towelling
red cheek,   pure linen.      Regular 35c.
On sale Friday at	
Umbrellas!  Umbrellas!
YOU   CAN   GET   THEM   AT   ANY PRICE
YOU  WANT  TO  PAY  FOR  THEM
FROM $1.00 TO              $15.00
while you wait for me.
MEET ME AT HUME'S
IT c.
Men's  Furnishing Department
STTIMZ-M-IEm
2STECKWEAE
The newest novelties in Bulgarian Silks. The
patterns which are the last word in style. The new,
neat, Greek patterns. All that is new and dressy,
including tubular and knitted silks.
PRICES. 75c. to $1.25 Each.
TIES
WASH  TIES, in fancy and  plain  patterns at
 35c. Each
silk: shiets
The coolest, most comfortable of all Summer
negligee. Good, serviceable weights, in full sizes.
Soft collars attached, all reversible.
PURE SILK in plain white and plain blue, solid
colors. Price, $3.50 Each
SILK   SHIRTS  in   neat   patterns and stripes.
Price  $4.50 Each
PONGEE SILK in extra heavy weight.   Price—
 $4.50 Each
HATS
PANAMA HATS-New and Nobby blocks in
first-class fibre. You can save money by buying from
us this year. We import direct from th: blockers in
New York, saving you the wholesaler's profits. zA
glance at these values will convince you our prices are
right.
UNBLEACHED FIBRE at   $6.00, $7.50, and   $10.00
BLEACHED FIBRE at $7.50 and $10.00
ENGLISH 30ATERS-First-class Straws direct from the world's greatest hat makers. Genuine
Chrysty's  in the new shapes.    Prices $1.75, to $3.50
SOFT STRAWS-Novelty shapes in many
blocks.
Prices $1.00 to $3.00
Oun Grocery and Crockery" Department
Crosse & Black well s Marmalades
Orange, 4 and 7 lb. tins; Orange, 1 and 2 lb. bottles; Lemon. 1 and 2 lb. bottles; Mandarin
1 and 2 lb. bottles.
ROBERTSON'S Golden Shred, 1 and 2]lb. Bottles;   Tangerine, 1 and 2 lb. bottles;   Ginger,
1 and 2 lb. bottles.
NOEL'S Fig, 1 and 2 lb. bottles.
DEADMAN'S HONEY L?t?ea,rt2Lea'ers,.65c': BottlC8'.4te: Bo"le\35c*:
Something Extra Choice m  Fruits
Hunt's Peaches, sliced, in Tins
Hunt's Peaches, halfs,
Hunt's Apricots, halfs,
Hunt's Royal Anne Cherries, in Tins
Hunt's Pine Apple.
VINELAND Green-a-ages, Lombard  Plums,
Strawberries. RaspbeHes, Peaches, Pears,
Cherries.
THIS IS THE TIME FOR FLIES
We have a large stock of Wilson's Fly Pads: Tanglefoot Fly Paper in sheets; Two-inch
Viper Fly Catcher, 50 to a box, $1.75; Four-inch Viper Fly Catcher, 50 to a box, $2.25.
<|»t' 't'»!' 't' lt"t'*3H$"M» 'I' *$ 'tt,I'^^^^^^<^^^4»*^^-^*»*»<*|H$f«|H^<|H|f
I Specials for Friday Only For Picnics |
1
Grape Juice, (pint bottles)      25c    *»$■>
$    Greengage Plum, 6 for     25c    x
Lombard Plum, 6 for      25c    «Jt
Three Packages Corn Starch .'      25c
trmm .T. .T« .*t    «T«  .+. »*K .♦. .*t*. .♦■ .^. .T. .*fr.  .*K .-t. .T.  ,T.  .?. it. .fr. ."t. .free .ft  .****. «T. ."t.  .*K  l't.  .T.  .T.  .T. .*fr.  .T. .*t*. .*fr.  .*♦*.
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House Furnishing Department
Reduction Sale on Carpet Squares still on. Do not wait but buy now.
VERANDAH SCREENS-Something everyone requires. They will
keep out the sun and at the same time let the air in. We have them in all
Sizes and colors.
WALL PAPER We carry a complete stock and can please every taste.
We also handle Beds, Mattresses, Comforters, Pillows, Curtain Shades, Curtain Rods, Linoleum, Carpet Sweepers.   Goods and Prices are Right PAGE SIX
THE MAIL-HERALD REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, JUNK 7th, 1913.
r
THE WISE MEN ARE MAKING THEIR
INVESTMENTS
REVELSTOKE
The BOOBS are looking for pastures green and the Pot of Gold at the end
of the Rainbow. The BOOBS will be looking for ages while the Wise Men
are Riding on Easy Street, through their Home Town Investments.
BE A WISE MAN  and  see my Listings of HOUSES in all parts of the
City for sale on easy terms.
LOTS in the North, South, East and West on Easy Terms of Payment.
BUSINESS BLOCKS and Sites on the Busine:s Streets.
ACREAGE in large or small blocks.
My Offices are Opposite City
lor. McKenzie Ave. and Second St.
ART. uOHNSQIi   ^eve^ke iea! Estate, Timber, Mining
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.. Ltd.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.
Manufacturers of Aerated Waters
r
WINES
LIQUORS
CIGARS
Agents for Calgary Beer
WALTER WHITBY
^^^*
High Class Decorator
Painting and Paper hanging
KMSHMIMM.. STAINING. \ ARMSHING. EK.
Residence   ■   Victoria Road
BO.V    V>4
The kevelstoke Boot. Shoe and Harness
Repairing Department
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
MAKERS    OF    FINE    WELT    SHOES
The style, the workmanship and wear
And comfort born of every pair;
Of 20th Century welts that's sold
Will draw new trade, and hold the old.
ST. JOHNS
Y.P. OUTING
SUCCESS
The most Successful outing yet en -
.    jr St. John's young people Wa*<
held   Tie-day   afternoon  in  Columbia
.h.eii the boys' LiiL.e alass    entertained   th"   teachers  anl  the  girl-*'
o-.i-        their annual picnic.
yed the lively part)  of 40 odd to ihe t»rouc
■    iiu consisting ej:
and  other  al
.  "
con under the ...mage -
A Ian Thomson.   The pre
: t    Mr.  S. H.
artla
.   distri
■8        :.•
apfrogg ra ■■-, won
Tom
a  pair of ili .
reece   o te u»ed
. T.t-  fa,
l  •
B      t an
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,-n'
A
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Telegram of Thanks
Si.-amous, B.C., May 31, 1913.
Thomas' Kilpatrick,
Mayor,   Revelstoke,  B.C.
!'!• a* accept the heartiest thanks of j
the members of the Provincial  Liber-1
al Association for your splendid hos-
pitallty ni convention delegates,      we
shall noi  forget  ihe Capital City     ol
lhe Canadian Alps.
BREWSTER.
| m
■ Bingham's Music Store ■
w. 3' C. Representative for
Come Early
and Get
First Choice
mm EVENTS
June 23. one week—The   Frank Rich
Musical     iei   eel.   Co., at the Era-
th atre.
.1   n    : "I'as-ers By" at     the
ttm| ilrc.
June — *'—■ Uncle Tom's Cabin"
press 'heatre.
Coming—"Royal     Players," at   the
Empress theatre
eOI   el
i
agnail sot
tt
J.P.SUTHERLAND  E. G. BURRIDGE & SON
Transfer      Draying Plumbers and Tinsmiths
I 	
Handling Pianos^ a Specialty "*»pa""».  Hot Air and Furnace
work a Specialty
Phone 42  -    Night Phone 85
Oor
WORK   8MOP-
■rht Av*.   -   Ravoletok*
Obituary
M'r.erl   J.   Calmer,   ,'on  of Mrs.   Hai
mer  of Clanwilliam,  and  brother    of
Mr Chftrle VI FleM, 'lied at Tran
quilk anitariam rm .May Slit. Ths
feineral "in hold Wednesday all
I o'' I oik from Howson'n undei
taking parlors, Rev. fromnior ofTlcia
tine, the pall bearers being ■ Mewm,
R. Blackmore, k H. Bourne, H. N.
Coursier, W rowan, J, Nelson and
;-*,. Ui-trlhtiiii.
Tb"   decease-d  leaven  a   wife        and
two child ron  to mointi  their loss.
Must You Be Bald?
What have you done to stop your
hair from falling? Have you tried
Rexall "M" HalrTonic? If not, we
want you to try it at our risk.
If      l have d indruff; if your Inir
is falling ir scalp is not
ItC    Ite'XIlll
.'.       II ll   Ling   'ee  elireT-
&nd nt, tin? end
not thoroughly
I    Alii   t • "I I
li ei' I,- luiuel Imck
m'l ask you to
lling.        We'    'A-een't   e  VII
irour
■ ir money.
o  i hut
e .     e e must l>« a
ei, i have given
IUI   '   e   ''Miie'f. I if
,\ ■ know nf
ir remedy that!   tigood    H
M .f wh it I!'« ill    93" I fair
•   Ion'   Ioi   ithen that wo
■ Kith '. it own money,
Why sejif.-r icalp md bail trouble
(,r be bald, when Rexall "93" Hnir
Tonic   Aiil  remove dandruff,  mnko
tfort a.i.- mid boslthy,
pr-e'i   te le ur growth  snd  tend  lo
pre\ when   we-   will
pay f.r I it should It full
t',  pl< i   ,  e '
ele '. obligate you to sny-
e Imply i>oy the treatise It,   ui'l if not pleased.
i'.iiii- osokto . i • ospty handed    und
w* wiil hand back wbut yeci paid nti.
i »o id 11 00 'I i^ettif.
V'.ii c»n Imy Rexall "98" Hail Tonio
in this community only ut our tit/itn:
WALTEH   BEWS.
It»v«l«t'.k.. Ilrllle.lt   ( .'lu'i'l.U
Th. IpttaXo*, Storm
Tttmra In a lir>,all .-tuna in n*t«rty ararv town
•n't nity in thn (IruUol Hl»l*«. C.n.tt. .tlii
tlraat Hrltiiin. I Im r. m . different K'latl
fti.rnn.ly for wwtrly avrrj ortllnftry human III —
nanh rpnmeially ttaal^nad Inr tho ptrttaular HI
for vhlnn It la mnommnnrtiyl.
The KnaJI IUr« ar* Amrica'a Oraatart
Drug ttaraa
Piano  Tuning
and Repair*
a Specialty
MUSIC FOKTIIK MULTITUDE
Tak<- advantage of an exceptional opportunity. Call and inspect
the lar^e stuck of Mandolines, Violins, Cuitars, Aocordeons, Piccolos,
Flutes, Multi-Flutes, Harmonicas, Sheet Musio, Albums, Player
Piano Rolls, Silk Piano Drapes, Etc, Selling at Eastern l'rices.
Edison Phonographs and Victor Cramophones with Cood Stook of
Records. Also 200 Edison Wax Records selling at due. to clear.
(Usual price, 65c). Ask for New Edison Catalogue.
McKENZIE AVENUE,   Revelstoke, B. C.   Phone 262
O <HKKKH><H>0<H>0<H><><K><><><)00<><> <
o Imperial Bank of Canada
V? Head OtFlce—Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Subscribed            - 6,000,000.00
Capital Paid Up              -      . 6,770,00^.00
Reserve        .... 6,770,000.00
Total Assets,        -       - $72,000,000.00
Branches or Agents at all principal points in Canada.
Agents in Great Britain nnd United .suites London, England,
Lloyds Bank, Limited. Chicago—First National Hunk, Corn Exchange National Bank. Beattie Seattle National Bank. San Francisco Wells Fargo Nevada National Hunk. Spokane Exchange
National Hank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of 91 and upward,  received,  anil  interest  allowed at
ourrenl rate from (late of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
Dominion Security Co., Limited
OF REVELSTOKE, B. C.
beg to announce that they have opened up offices at the
corner of I'irst Street and Connaught Avenue for the pnr-
pose of handling real estate, timber, etc. It will pay you to
call tad «rt particulars, and get in on ground floor prices.
Wc also make a specialty of listed property.
A. McRae,
President.
T. Kilpatrick,
Sec.-Treasurer
P, O. Drawer No. 4.    Telephone No. 321. SATURDAY.  JUNE 7th, 1913.
THEIMAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGE  SEVHX
BEWS   DRUG  STORE
Household Rubber Gloves, per pair 75c and $1.00
Rexall Celery end Iron Tonic  SI.DO
Rexall Rem Tablets  SOc
Rexall Hypophosphites  $1.00
Rexall Sarseparllla  11.00
Rexall Cod Liver Extract  r.l.00
Remember that every Rexall preparation
is fully guaranteed to give satisfaction or
your money is returned.
BEWS  The ffe*oC& Store
Howson £&> Co., Ltd.
Furniture, Carpets and Linoleum at Eastern Prices, Freight
codded.
Howson C& Co., Ltd.
wRursnirsss uuoccsr steaners^canada
SAILING EVERY TUESDAY FROM
MONTREAL QUEBEC LIVERPOOL
New S.S. Laurentic. (15.000 Tons). .New S.S. Megantic
First-Cla33—$92.50-      Second -S53.75.     Third—$82.60
S. S. Teutonic
5S2 feet long.
Twin Screw
Steamers
S. S. Canada
514 feet long.
Only One Class Cabin (II) $50.00 and Up
and Third Class $31.25 and Up, Carried
For Sailings, Illustrated Booklets, etc., apply to
COMPANY'S   OFFICES
619 SECOND AVENUE, .NEAR CHERRY ST., SEATTLE ]
C. P. R. Ticket IAgent, Revelstoke
WHITE PEOPLE
Be reasonable! Don't send vour hard-earned money
to China! Remember, we are here to do your work and
we employ local white labor only. Be progressive, and
have your washing done by the West Kootenay Steam
Laundry.   Regular collector and delivery service.
WEST KOOTENAY STEAM LAUNDRY
Phone 80
EARL BARRACLOUGH, Manager.
L.E.G-RIFFITHS
Hay, Grain and Feed
Office :
Cumming's Transfer Co.'y
Second Street
G. W. HALL,
Manager
5. S. Revelstoke
During low water season
steamer leaves City Wharf
6 a. m. every Tuesday and
Friday for La Porte and
way ports, returning same
day.
Freight and passenger
rates made known on application.
F. Swanson, Pur8er
Phone—57
TREES, PLANTS
AND BUSHES
Now is thc time to secure your bedding plants, fruit ami ornamental
trees or berry bushes. We also have
a few rose bushes.
REVELSTOKE
NURSERIES
PHONE 56
MALAKWA
CELERY
GARDENS
British Columbia potatoes hold flrst
plai-e among the murphies ot the
world. The province also ranks high
in wealth of mineral, timber and fisheries, and is fast coming to the front
as a fruit producing country. It also
holds the destinction ob producing the
finest quality of celery grown on the
American continent; and when this
fact becomes more generally known,
our province will soon come to the
fioat with the leading celery producing districts of  the world.
The Armstrong district bas become
iamou- through the production of
•der), and until recently it was gen-
eiafly believed that a certain strip ol
black  peat soil containing about ono
' thousand acres was the only piti-e o;
its  kind in  nil  Canada;  but a    little
, i ver two years ago a young man step
ped    ofl  the eastbound express about
I flve o'clo k in tbe morning at a little
flag stat inn on the main line about
forty miles northeast of Armstrong,
and three miles we-t of where Lord
Strathcona,   in   the  year  18S5,    drove
I the golden spike that united the Bast
with the' West on the first Canadian
transeontinental railway. I
This district still bears the old Indian name of Malakwa and has grown
very slowly, owing tee the fact that It
is in what is known a- the Railway
Belt,a great deal of which was for:
years tied up by timber licenses, but
which will be thrown open for settle-'
men;  this year.
The quality of soil near the station
did not appeal to this man, bu: after
i be wal:ed less than a mile south his
eyes beheld or.e of the most •beautiful
'valleys be hal ever seen, and upon
examination t'ound that contained upwards of one thousand acres of the
best peat soil, varying from two     to
; eight feet deep with clay subsoil witb
here and there a sandy ridbe as if nature  had  intentionally  scattered them
, there for building sites.
The object of his visit was to     in-
1 s'pee t a three hundred aero farm owrj-
! ed by one of the original homesteaders who was at that time harvesting
bis crop of potatoes, turnips and
cabbage.      The  stranger wa« amazed
. at ihe- abundant harvest but knowing
tbat stie-h soil was capable ofproduc-
ing higher grade crops, asked why nobody in the district grew celery, and
was  told that they knew that    thero
| was good money in potatoes, cabbage and hay. and they did -not know
anything about celery. i
The stranger closed the deal, and in
due course the farm changed hands,
and a few months later a fine old Eng
lish f amily settled on an adjoining
farm, with tho result that by their
combined efforts they have proven the
Malakwa di-tiict to be second, to none
in the production of high class celery.
Last year, besides capturing numerous
first prizes, they established a market
for their produce as far east as Regina and as far wost as Vancouver;
and, although a comparatively new
district, it is ( nly a question of a
short time until produce men will realize its importance as a shipping point
for celery and other root crops. Al-
ieady one compasy has decided to
build a large- warehouse and tho C.P.
R. is arraneing to give the district
bettei -hipping facilities. The B. 0.
covei ament Is also spending largi
sum* of money on the roads in this
distiict and by the end of 1914 expect
to have an automobile road through
Malakwa. connecting Reveletoke and
tho Okanairan.
The writer of this article claims
that mixed farming is just as important in British Columbia n- in any
other country and, like     most other
letisin. s. to make a profit the    by •
products mutt be utilized, and to sue
ebsfully do this each farmer -hould
kc ;. owe, plgi, .-hickens and horses
in proportion to the size of- his farm.
!■• Wiil grow fat on celery trimming- and - till vegetables.
The most important point about
yitem of farming is that when
a farmer know* that his cull veget -
abl-s aie going lo return him gool
mon-yin pork, he is apt to ship out
any inferior goods and therefore holds
a good reputation, and in time getn
a better price for his produce.
Another point in favor o' mixel
farming is that whon vegetables are
cheap, pork is high and at lUch timo
it is better policy to feed your root
crops to the pigs than ship them out
at a loss. Hue h conditions exist at
tbe present time, for the farmer is re-
Ce'iving a higher price for pork today
than has been known for years, while
root crops are the eh iape
Fggs, e-hi ken and butter are also
commanding high pri -es and th • stock
in the stables produce sufficient fertilizer to keep up the fertility ,,( the
•mi.
Malakwali dctined to become fam-
ou- for its celery and cabbage, an;|
besides the peat soil mentioned in
thii article, it contains thousand" of
ft'-res n! baj land b'-sifl.-s numerous
suitable for growing apples,
plums and  small fruits.
Tbe Right Place for a Water Pan
Writs for the Sunshine booklet,
or get our local agent to explain the many advantages of
this   furnace   over   any   other.
make   certain   of   a
in a furnace is just
over the feed door
and this is
where it is
placed in the
"Sunshine."
It has a lip
front and is
the right
height for easy filling without removal.
Its position and
capacity of the pan
healthy   humid   heat.
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Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
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Equal Heat In Every Part of
The Gurney-Oxford Oven
Every woman well knows the bad results from
constantly opening the oven door to move a cake
to another shelf or turn a pan of biscuits. Often
the shifting or the cold air striking in proves
utterly disastrous to her baking.
The Divided Flue on the Gurney-Oxford range
equally distributes the heat to all parts ofthe oven
which is regulated to the exact temperature required by means of the Economizer.
This wonderful time-labor-and-money-saving
device controls the heat ofthe whole range.
It is worked by a small handle which moves
around a series of six notches. The housewife
soon learns that by moving the handle to No. 1 she
has a very hot oven, to No. 3 a moderate oven,
and that No. 6 checks the fire so as to burn
scarcely any coal while she goes out shopping On
her return she simply moves the handle to the
number that gives the required heat and the result
is prompt.
Of inestimable value also is thc Broiler Attachment and the Special Grate.
But a most delightful feature about thc Gurney-
Oxford is its constant bright and shining appearance.
It har, n smooth polished top that never requires black lead and is thoroughly sanitary.
For years stove experts have been working out
woman's problem in the kitchen and the Gurney-
Oxford range is the solution.
Revelstoke Hardware Co.. Ltd.
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WATER    NOTICE.
to Take and Use Water
Notice is bcreby given that The
Canadian Pacific Railway Company of
Montreal and Vancouver, will apply
for a license to take and usa two
cubic feet per second oi water out ol
a stream three-quarters of a mile weet
of Revelstoke stai ion, wbich flows in
a southerly dire tion through and
within a portion oi Revelstoke Townsite, and empties into Columbia river
near Revelstoke. The water will be
diverted at a point one-quarter mile
from C.P.R. main line and will be
usod for Industrial purposes on the
land described as Canadian Pacific
Railway Company's station grounds
at Revelstoke.
This notice was posted on the
ground on the -1st day of May, 1913.
The application will I.e filed in the
onVe of the Water Recorder at Revelstoke.
Objections may be tiled with the said
Water Recorded or wiih tho Comptrol
ler of Water Rights, Parliament Build
lngs,   Victoria.  B.C.
Cana-elian I'ae-itic Railway Company
Applicant, By E. W. Bateman,
Agent, Vancouver, B.C.
NOTICE.
Tb<- public are hereby notified not
to give any credit of any kind or description to my wife Flossie Sh>rman
or he-r order from this date on. as I
am about to eipply for a divorce from
my said wife.
Jack Sherman.
RevelBtoke, B.C., May 23, 1913.
1st issue M.23 4t
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that at the
next meeting of the Board of Licensing Commissioners for the City of
Revelstoke to be held next after the
expiration of thirty day- from the
date hereof application will be made
for permission to Laughton and Tapping to trans.er to John C. Laughton
oi Revelstoke the hotel license to sell
liquor by retail now held by Laugh -
ton and Tapping in respect of the
premises at Revelstoke known as the
Windsor Hotel.
Dated this 1st day ol May, 1913.
Laughton and Tapping.
Per J. Clayton Tapping, John G.
Laughton. st iss. May 3 lm.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given tbat a*, the
next regular meeting of the Board of
Licenlng Commissioners for the Cit|
of Revelstoke to be heK'. after the expiration of thirty days from the date
nereof, application will be made by
the undersigned for permission to
John Caley to transfer to J.C. Tapping the Hotel Li ense to sell liquor*
by retail at the premises known as the
City Hotel Revelstoke,  B.C.
Bated this 2nd day of May, 1913.
John Caley, by his attorney in fact,
W. H. Pratt.
J.  C. TAPPING.
Mav Tth, 39d.
IT'S PLEASANT
TO BE SERVED
so promptly and perfect!) at yoa are
at this restaurant. Ar.d the service is
only a foretaste oi
THE FINE MEAL YOU WILL ENJOY
It is s.inl that the traj to ■ man'I
lu-.irt is through hii stomach. We are
sure t.' reai b youn if you'll drop in
and try our bill of fare, ll perfect vie*
toals, perfect!; cooked end i" i fei tly
served,  will  (fain U endship,   «e
arc ebsolutt I) sure .'f ve.urs.
WINDSOR    CAFE
A. <>. Tin \ki-iin M mager.
THE PLANS for gtKnl plumbing differ
from thc ordinary kind. You may not
be able to note tbt difference, but every
good plumber knows. OUR PLANS
include only materials tbat will givG
lasting satisfaction and workmanship
that will prove durable.
No matter bow important or bow unimportant the job may lie, we never
slight any detail of PLUMBING WORK,
KVU5T0K PLUMBING UD MUTING CO. PAGE KIGHT
THE MAIL-HERALD REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, JUNE 7th, 1913.
LOCAL and GENERAL
Ge  ,   S,   Adam-  of     Ashcrolt, is  in
\
J.  Fi> simian,  the  travelling jeweler,
i * . . i wn,
J.  11.  Johnson of Malakwa,  was iu
on Monday.
Mrs.  H.H.   MeVity   will  not  receive
ag   :.  this season, 6
Marriet  B, Terry of North Yakima,
is \ isiting in town.
0. Haldane and J.H. Wood-, both ol
\ ei ■. ".. are in the    ity.
J, Rilej   of Three Valley, was       a
isiness visitor in town.
!•'. Soaw oi Van ouver is among tbo
western visitoi town tbis week.
J.H,  M i  of  Abbotts-ford,  U.C.
, •      ■ here \ester-
Mrs,  li.   Mon ■    receive   ou
7th,  di r agai i     till
H.H. Tagn in ol Three Valley, was
. . o in the -. :• the tore part ol
::..    week.
;.* ,.    :.; Mi-    V, i :.   ■ ■■■ of DoyJ.es-
..  .:    payi ig e fi   I  to Revelstoke
thi:
Mrs. R.M. Stevenson and sons,     of
:..  ai*e -n   town,   guests   at      tho
King EM   i  '
Mrs. Ashl . ■■'  Re d    :  San Francis-
s visil ir aunt Mrs. Chas. M.
i     1 here foi a  tew* days
i. Suppej of Vancouver, and John
Beirj M      r al,   are in   the     city,
l King Edward.
L.  Bi f in   s    ' Toronto, Ont.
itinj       Kevelstoke      this  week,
■   ■he   King  Edward.
f Vanoo iver,  came iu
from the wesi on  Mon i.e.  and i- reg-
-     d at  the  King Edward.
Thi   Ladii s of St. !•' inch in
teuel ho     . -       lawn   o ial  on  the Jl
grounds.
Mrs,   B.   R.    Vk.n-   will   not   I
cn    V, ihe  llth  ins*.,    nor
immer m.enihs.
J.W. Vi slej  . if Bayrv    La
Revelstoke
found at the King
i
ing th ...•■• rn visitors
. i
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F.  H. Bradshaw  of      Vancouver, is
here today doing business.
Chas, Caearso of Kelowna, is a busi
ness visitor to town this week.
J.J. Gibson of Vancouver, is paying
Revelstoke ,a short visit  this week-end
E. H. Cook and wife of Lethbridge,
are guests at ihe King Edward this
week.
The    Progress  Club    will meet    on
I Tuesday evening next.   A good attend
ance is requested.
Miss A. Thomas late of the Jubilee
hospital, Nels'ou, is visiting her sister
Mrs.  K. G. McRae.
I
S.L.  Bl'iike of  Van-ouver,  aud N.l"'.
Casoro of Bdmonton, arc businesslvis-
itors here tins week.
O.B.N. Wilkie tbe surveyor, came in
irom Trout Lake yesterday, where be
U1 engaged on Professional work.
W. H. Wilson of Vancouver, and J.
A. Lyle ui Winnipeg, paid Revelstoke
a visit the fore part of this week.
The ladies ni St. Franoes church intend holding a so'-ial ou the church
grounds on the 24th oi  this month.
Mrs, M.J. Gurnaey oi Boston, wa-
;ui arrival from the easl yesterday.
She is a guest at  the King  Edward.
Startling in the extreme gre the
motion picture- of ihe Paul Rainey
African Hunt Last time tonight, at
Empress theatre,  Reserved seats 50c,
gi n -ial  admission   2.*ie.
Mrs.  Roxbury  of  New  Westminster,
who has been visiting Mrs*. K.G. McRae, has been called home on ac -
count ot the sudden illness oi hei
r.ephew Best Galbraith, a well known
i oast  lacrosse player.
Mrs, 1,1a Mason wishes to announce
the marriage of bei- daughter Mi-s
Marj Irene Poyer, tu Mr. Leonard Albert Howson, which will lako place
at the "Birches'' McKenzie avenue on
Wedn .slay June  llth.
The- pictures thai are causing such
talk all over the world, played to
packed houses In Vancouver, Victoria
all over the Stat : and Great Britain
Lasi time "<'iii^ln . remember only one
show,  Empress iheatre.
'l'li" Retail Merchants' Association
agreed to close their business plae-es
whenever tl oca baseball players
, - playin - on I he bome ground. Uu
Thursday uexl foi l be big mat b be
; .. in Ki Io na .<n i Revi oke, thej
store:   « i   5 p.m.
Mi. Gi oflrej !.. Haggen, li. A., of
\ . i i - into    i'n,.
Rho le ' Scholar-
-hip im   British Columbia.   Mr.  Hag
ia.    to  i. toko  wuh lus iath
iland ut the a :■
' id al the Revel-
.n lei   Mi
high scbi
I h
tb    inaugurati
il  John  I:
Coursier's Clean Smokeless Coal is
tbe kind for cooking.
You make no mistake by coming in
to the Moose now. The charter is open, aud the rates are low. You can't
beat it for a good, s'ound order.
It* the hoys should want a shave as
good as a barber ever gave, drop in
to Hacks and wait awhile, Joe will
give you a shave that will make you
smile.—Atthe Ideal Pool Room.
Hou*, on Fifty Foot Corner, Sec-
oitel street, west, near Court House.
' Erected in Nineteen Twelve, five rooms
bath and pantry, electric heated mod
. in plumbing, open fire place. We
li iv.■ ., spee-in! price on this quick sale
,!. 13. Watson Realty Co., next Star
Theatre.
Ii only cosis you a Five Dollar Bill
for Initiation Fee to become a good
Loyal Moose. This is for a short time
only, so make bay while the sun shines
Are you a Moose? H not, why not?
This Five Dollar Initiation Fee is
something you don't get every day.—
Remember, it raises to Twenty-five as
soon as the charter closes.
Do you want an income investment
or desirable residence property— Consult H. N. Coursler.
GALT COAL is handled exclusively
in Revelstoke by the Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
Now then boys we have come again
and still are singing the old refiain—
"Thc Chair's are Waiting still for
You." drop in and see what Joe
can do at the Ideal Tool Room.
ASTERS ure going fast, if you havo
not already done so order your bedding plaut at once and save disappoint
ment.   We  have thc  very  best  iu  the
[province.   Thc    Rovelstoke    Nurseries,
| 'Phone rn;, W. H. Pottrufl, Prop-
KAMLOOPS v.
REVELSTOKE
AT BASEBALL
The baseball fixture between Revel -
stoke and Kamloops is a source oi
perenniSl interest, and yesterday's
contest was invested witb more than
usual excitement by reason ot the ev-
rut- which marked the encounter last
year. It is estimated thai fully 2,Ouo
pi opie witnessed Tuesday's event,
which provided great attraction thru'-
out. The Kamloops combination, it
i- true, was always the .superior but
iheir opponents showed cou-iderable
I skill and the home team could never
..'...m.I to treat  them lightly.
For Kamloops Crislei* with a re -
cord oi 10 strike outs played with
excellent skill and judgment; while
the home mn scored by Sellans ior
Che visitors is generally conceded to
r.ave been the prettiest piece of play
o*' thi- natui" ever witnessed on the
Kamloopa diamond.
Fi th      .!   ai b ..;"     the
i.ay's
The Teams.
Revelstoke—Derr, 3b.;     Fisher, s.s.;
White,   lb.    Pulley,  iii..  Phillips,  *Jb.;
Li t.   c.i       Ae b.      p.;
Noel,    .
Munn, C.j
Mace,    3b.;
ii .nn. ':■       a.   i   * ."a.   e.i.;
i -
I   '   ! ■. ■
reaches
■
• ley out
'
ly  Irwin; Selins fanned; List fanned;
Webb  fanned.
Kamloops—Irwin walked aud went
to second on passed ball; Bacon hit
saie, Irwin going lo third; Smith
bunted, bringing In Irwin; Smith
-'inl.' iecond; Cresler singled, Bacon
reaching home, but Smith went out
*.n trying for home; Williams hit a
three bagger, Cresler reaching home;
Munn sacrificed, Williams reaching
home; Alberts out Webb to White.
I our runs.
7th Inning.
Noel was walked; Derr singled,
N'oel going to second; Fisher out on
r.n infield fly which Mace dropped
and Noel was put out in trying to
reachthlrd on the misplay, White
singled, bringing"! in Derr; Pulley
bit out a home run, bring White
tome uhead of him; Phillips fanned
Three runs.
Kamloops—In this inning iho Revelstoke battery was changed, Sellans
i\as laken from left lield as pitcher,
and Pulley from right  liefd as catch
r. Wilson and Bruce taking left and
right Held respectively. Adams
walked, out stealing Becond; Mace
walked, stole second, Irwin walked;
Bacon singled, Mace getting homo;
Smith fanned; Cresler got first on
List's error, Irwin getting home and
Ba on reached home on wild throw;
Williams fanned. Three run-.
3th Inning.
Sell ns    latted    out a home     run;
List  safe  on     Bacon's  error;     stole
s cond,  Bruce    ■«   to   ilbert;  Wilson
'   oul  ui William-; Derr rouled out
o Mac.',   i ine run.
Munn fanned; Albert fanned; Adams flew to Bruce.
9th Inning.
Fi h ' ■■ It Ba on to Adams; White
out Cl \laiiis; Pulle*  safe on
i'h Slips   Hew  out   to
Smith
MEMBER LEAVES
FDR ENGLAND
■ -    '■   Revel
,i  ..
,
MARR1.V-.
-
Enjoyable Picnic
■ of June 3rd pic
which   -pen;
; ii.   summer resi-
\.   Lewis,   cun.eyed
car, when the
appioa loir,
it. once    en -
gi ounds ■ ho-en
(Continued from Page One.)
when we meet to discuss the different
conditions and the different methods.
"I know of no country in the world
more vitally interes"ted in the good
roads movement than Canada gener -
ally, and British Columbia particular
ly. For several years the Dominion
bas heen stretching out its' highways
from East to West, and today there
is a tremendous amount of energy and
money Ixeing concentrated upon the
final achievement of this object. But
apart from that the road building pro
gram of every one, calling for an enormous appropriation every year, and
in none of them is there more attention being paid to the iiuestion than
in British Columbia, where perhaps
good roads are more essential to lho
development and the settlement of the
country.
"What is io be gleaned at the Con
gress 1 cannot foretell, bui I am certain that it will be beneficial all around, and that Ihe movement shall re-
reive a splendid stimulus. Tbis 1 think
is the third Congress. The first oue
was held in Berlin, and tbe second in
Paris. I would not be surprised if an
efiort was made to bring the Oon-gtoSa
to Canada for the next gathering. 1
am sure that no country could moro
appreciate such an honor lhan the
Dominion, where the movement is hern.; advanced and foBtered so enthusiastically."—Colonist.
Dropped in  the    ±m    ^a
mum Post box
Revelstoke,  June Oth,  1913.
Dear Sir,—
Permit me to call the attention oi
ih.- city council through the columns
ui your paper, to a public nuisance
and a serious infraction of By-law No.
15, in whie-h is stated that uo person
or p.'[son- arc allowed to have in the
limits of ihe city more than throi
cows, yet there i-on First street west
feat* the court house a herd of nearly
thirty eow-. ttnd the sicuch from ihese
.tables is enough to make a person
-iek, it Is absolutely impossible for
people living around to have their win
low    open especially at  night time.
Last year a petition    was' presented
o ihe ciiy .oan..I signed by nearly
ell the people- living in the neighborhood,    asking     that the nuisance bo
lopped but no action was taken at
i bai time, but unless something is
done in the near future both the city
and  owner  of  the   property   arc  liable
o ii,. called upon te. pay some doctors
bill.
Yours truly,
SUFFERER.
SUMMER
TIME TABLE
.
Fire Alarm B
ild Re
■ rung
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.n.- irees ol
the :. at
Hrandon,      i*.
t ,on   Edi 11
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a'  T ronto,  which li  tl
tit in th' I     Mr,   Is
rltfa travi '
Tbi- -hth v" ii  '■   ;...      been
engaged al   hip .voik    He -ays    the
B.   C, Exhibit   anded the gold medal
in ih<  fai■  ■     ippo  ■   ■   ■ om Ontar
lo,   New  Hi in wick.  Manitoba,  HaH -
tit .   '.   Alberta,   Mr.  Brand -
tit1- led on the iouth t.ain Monday
rooming foi Nei on after whi'h he will
*> -. ip tl  towns along     the
t        ' Nest line on bis way east.
.on.
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Box No    t.   Front    ireet. treat, near
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Uox No   ii   Comer King and Doug
la   ilreete,   PaUoe M"nt Markm..
Mox   No.   17   -Gotner    Hm.onil    itrMt
and Wains     rnot, back of Court houwi
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Honey uekle  \ in ."   \H  nxpreai    th«i
«• nlltncnt   Hint   Kin,- QMrgt  ii enlit.l-|
ml to iwo oi Uum birtttdayi annually I
Summer time table effective Juue i,
1913, Trams No. I an.l 6'J east iO md
and Nee. ;; ,,mi , | we-i bound are ti nil
'.ruins:
FROM KAST.
Arrive Depart
No.    1—16:40 16 k
No. 13—16:20 16.10
No.  61—19:50 20:10
<o.    :'.— 6:35 6:50
FROM WEST.
Arrive Depart
N'o.     I   L'I -':. 24-35
No.   14— ill". i, ;;.
No. 02 - 7 15 8:15
*    12 k 12:2<»
BOUTH TRAIN
Arrive
U, In
    i iain- each way will be opei ei' 'I   f.ei   I.ln*    iiiiiiii.'r  month-   prob
bly lill Oi ie. .I i:,ih next.
Interior League Baseball
SCHEDULE.
June'  12    Kelowna at. Hevelstoke.
June 12   KnmloopH nt Vernon.
June 18    Isamloopn at Revelstoke.
June- IH— Vernon at Kelowna.
.iim.e 2'.   Kev.'iHtoke at Kamloopa,
.lune 2.V   Kelowna at Vernon.
■Inly I    \«rnon at Kamloops.
July I   ltevele.toke at Kelowna.
•Inly   i -KnmloopB at Hevel-loke.
July 9   K.-low-na at Vernon.
.Inly  Ki— Kamloopn at Kelowna.
July 16   Revel toke at Vernon.
July i'l    Reveletoke ftt Kamloops.
July '.'I   V'-rnon at Kelowna.
.Inly 30—Kelowna nt, Kamloops.
July SO   Vernon at Itevelotoke.
\ i,-   il -Kamloopi at Vcmon.
Aug. r.—Kilownn at Revelstokel
Aug.  I,*!—Vernon at Kamloops.
Aug. Ig—Revelatoke ftt Kelowna.
Aug. 21—Kelownn at Kamloops.
Aug. 21—Revelstoke at Vernon.
Aug. 27—Kamloopi at Kelowna.
SOCIAL and PERSONAL
Mr. Erie Erickson of Malakwa speat
Thursday in tbe city.
Mr. and Mrs. Kirk of Arrowhead,
are spending a few dayi in thiB city.
Hev. W. C. Calder will preacb at
both services in St. John's cburcb
tomorrow.
Mr. Daniel Swanney wears a smile
tbis morning, over tbe arrival of a
hue big boy.
Rev. Father McKenzie wenl to Vernon tbis uioruing io conduct services
there tomorrow.
Rev. Father d; WUde of Vernon will
londuet services in Sl. Fcuru.-U churcb
tomorrow at 8 and 1U*.3U a.m.
Aii.-hbi.-bop Casey of Vancouver will
administer loniirmatiou service in St,
Francis church on Sunday, June ^'Jib.
A  number  oi  lahie-.'    enjoyed alter -
i oon tea anil i-ome lovely music     at
Mrs.   W.  llorrobius  on  Friday  after
noon.
Mr-. Meseenger, of Vancouver, at -
rived Thursday morning on a short
visit io her friends, Mr.-. Denton aud
Mrs. Eaion.
Mr. J.D. Sibbald, jr., wenl down
to St. Leon ibis morning lor a couple
o.' days' phutOjraph'.aj oi that most
charming resort.
A goodly iroivd assembled at tbe
station Thursday morning uud said
farewell to lir\ ■ H. J. .Mclutyre and
Mrs. Mclntyre, as they lelt for Nil-.en
Mrs. H. Howson returned on Thursday from Grande Prairie, where she
Lad lie.n called by ihe sudden death
.loin pneumonia of her nephew Mr.
William Riddell, a promising young
nan of  twenty four year*/ of age.
Mrs. F. /', Dickson, arrived in town
ibis afternoon from St, John's, New
Brunswick, to visa for the summer
wiih her sou, Mr. J. Dick.-on on
Fourth street. Mr-'. Dickson has spent
tome time in Chicago en route west.
One of mn popular old boys is paying his home a visit  iu the per ou    of
Mr.   Joe  Howson.      lie   will   probably
remain another week before returning
to business in Culgury. Joe saye
there is ilo place like Revelstoke attei
all.
Tbe ladie- bridge club met for theii
Bnal game of ibe seasonal the home
ol Mrs. l'omlinson ,,n Thursday oven-
ing, and enjoyed ihe usual Interesting
play, followed by ihe daintiest ol
suppers, Mrs Murray Hume won the
prize for  the evening.
Mi. and Mrs. J.D. Kay of Second
.-.iive'i, west, aro removing on Tues-
daj next i.. New Westminster, to
whi.h town Mi. Kay ha- been irans-
l H'.-ei in lh.' same capacity he has
I een her.- foi th la 't year and a hull
of government boiler inspector.
Mi.-' Blanche McCarty gave an informal little dance gotten up at hort
notice, last evening, in honor of bei
guest Miss i: uii hon of Quilchena, D.
C. The Orpheus orchestra furnished
inosi inspiring music ,,,,,! the young
people, to aboul twenty-four or so.
danced till the -mall hours of the
dainty -upper shortly before midnight
Tbe Catholic club dance on i'hurs
daj evenin • in Si. Francis Hall was
one of the brightest ulluirs of the
week. Over forty couple- attended,
and the peifect lloor combined with
the bewitching train- of the Revel-
stoke Orchestra made dancing B de ■
light, Supper was served before 12
o'io'k, after whi'h the orchestra on
imi' l  until one-thirty,
One big van and o  double rig con
•/eyed     tw.enty-six  of    the Methodist
'hui'b   young   people,   the   J.B.C.    and
ih" (l.li.c., up to Silver Tip inll- on
the King's birthday.   From 9:30 when
tl"* Paily hii ih, i-hur b until then
1 »turn ai s p.m., every minute of tbo
daj wn- enjoyed, Some climbed to
ih- top of ib.- fall, -ome halted half-
wuy Inn everybody did equal justice
to the big spread afterwards. A num
ber of good snap shois wen- obtainod
I y ilili'ereni  ko<lakists in tbe party.
Our Hevelstoke boys are again prov
Ing a credit to their home town. A
telegram which reached the city yes-
ti rtlav announces that Mr, Bert Lawrence has passed his second year iu
medietas successfully. Gaining four
l.onors and Urst-closi standing on the
wbole. Also that Mr. Fred Urquhart
bus passed liN semi-final with honors
cn every subject and aggregate honors
on the total. This splm<lid record lun-
won him the coveted appointment of
medical assistant at the summer post
graduate course, an cxperiene-c which
will be of imm.-n-.' value to him in
bis future practice. Both boys well
deserve the heartv congratulations ol
tbeir  many old friends.
A.E.  Noble of Arrowhead, came ir
on yesterday's south train,

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