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Ohl.f lumbering, railway, aoda-
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tloa centra between Oalgary
aad the Pacific     n_b.
The Mail-Hepald
THE MAIL-HERALD
Published  weekly—Read
by   everyone—The     recoprdaed
advertising    metdlam   lor   tha
city and district.
Vol. 23—No. b
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REVELSTOKE.  B.C,   SATTJEDAY, JULY 22. 1916
$2.50 Per Year
ASSISTANCE rk ^DED BY
GOVERNMENT iN AID OF
SHIP BUILDING AFfRECIATED
Contracts Have Been Let for Construction of Many
Wooden Schooners and Steel Freighters—Enterprise
Means Much for British Columbia—Many Extra Men
Employed by the New Plants Erected
assembled
the    first
STANDING OF HIGH SCHOOL
PUPILS IN EXAMINATIONS
The following is a list of marks in each subject obtained by the pupils
of the High School at the June examinations. Twenty pupils p^sed. The
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Contrary ta the expressed opinion machinery is now being
of many persons, the assistance pro- lor an early start on
>vided for in the bill     introduced    by schooner.
*he Provincial Government to foster The wooden vessels will be of the
local shipbuilding would appear to be type now so popular on the Pacific
eufficiently generous to accompllah Coast to the south. They will be five-
tbe purpose in view, says the Western masted,      "bald-headed"      schooners, nourne    -p
Lumberman. The ink used in printing with   Deisel type oil engines, 225 leet courBje'r     q. E. M.    I   70   52  54   36
the bill was scarcely dry     when    the long, 40 feet in breadth and 20 feet in Frager   Arthur   B.     16   65   43   61   50
representative     ol a strong syndicate depth.  Their lumber    carrying    capa- Fraser' Drina
of wealthy   Eastern     capitalists   an- city will be in the   neighbourhood of  j0DnSQn   e    S   A
Bounced    that   he had let a contract a million and a half feet. I Lawrence   M   E
for three   auxiliary     power     wooden     The steel freighter ordered by Ding-  , un<iell   Oscar F
schooners to the Wallace     Shipyards,  wall, Cotts and Company will be 315 Morris   Thomas W
Limited, North Vaicouver.     A   short leet long and 45 feet beam;     she will MacLean    Annie E
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ilar type had been, ordered Irom the knots. The plans provide for a single Torrlinson Hila
tsnme firrr;, as well as a steel steamei deck, single screw steamer with two
to be built to the specifications of boilers, triple-expansion engines,
Dingwall, Cotts & Company, the Van- eight winches and four hatches. The
couver branch of a well-known Eng- vessel will have four watertight bulk-!
lish firm, with headquarters In Lon- head* and will be built to Lloyd's
don. highest classification     under     special
These orders were merely the    pre- survey.   Arrangements are alBo under
cursors of others.    The incorporation way (or the construction of four steel
of the Cameron-Genoa     Shipbuilders,, freighters of 5,O0U tons capacity each
Limited, at Victoria, proved that the at Prince Rupert,
lumbermen of the province were to be     The ships under   construction     and
represented in the actual work of pro-  being planned wlll be built under the
viding vessels   for the transportation terms    of Section 53 of the Shipping B n   veronica J
of the forest products ol the province Bill, which grants a subsidy for    ten Litrhtburne   w   J
to the world's markets.     To the new years,  to be paid in ten     annual in- ^atz   Margaret
company    Mr.    H. W. Brown, of the stallments    not to exceed the sum ot Munro    Mice L
Eastern syndicate,  pron ptly awarded '*5 per ton, to bring tbe     earnings of MacKinnon   G. E.
a contract for two schooners   of    the the ships built under the Act    up to gmythe   winnifred
type to be built nt tbe Wallace yards  15 per cent on the totul cost,     which
and it is said that contracts for slm-  in the case of   schooners is placed at
ilar     vessels     will   shortly bc .et to $170,000 each. |
firms at Port Moody, N'ew Westmln- Among thc members of the syndi-
ater, and possibly Prince Rupert, cate back of this enterprise which
where there is a modern shipbuilding means so much for British Columbia,1
plant. Mr. Brown announces that it are Mr. James Carruthers, president,
is the desire of his principals to of the Canada Steamship Lines,
place ten vessels under construction which controls the greater part of
with the least possible delay, and Canadian Great Lakes shipping, arid
that they sre prepared to arrange for which operates steamers to Bermuda Campbell, D. L
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H.R.H. DUKE OF CONNAUGHT
WILL VISIT REVELSTOKE
ON FRIDAY AFTERNOON
Royal Guests Will be Driven up the auto Road—Will take
tea With the Party Working on the road—Train
Arrives at 2 p. m— High School Cadets to Patrol
Auto Road
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The following is the itinerary for
the visit of His Royal Highness the
Duke of Connaught, ou Friday, July
28, as arranged by the committees in
charge.
Thro'igh the kindness of Mr. George
Bury, vice-president, of the Canadian
Pacific Railway, and other railway
officials, it has been arranged to
drive the Royal party up the Auto
Road to a point where the men are
working. Accompanying His Royal
Highness, the Duke of Connaught and
Strathearn, K.G., etc., are H.R.H.
The Duchess of Connaught and Strathearn, H.R.H. The Princess Patricio
of Connangbt, Miss D. Yorke, lady-
in-waiting to H.R.H. The Duchess ot
Connaught; Miss C. Adam, lady-in-
waiting to H.R.H. The Princess Patricia; Lieut.-Col. E. A. Stanton, mil*
itary secretary; Major A. A. Duff,
acting comptroller and aide-de-camp;
Mr. W. R. Baker, C.V.O., representing the Canadian Pacific Railway
Company; Capt. A. Mackintosh, aide-
de-camp.
The visit was arranged upon the
distinct understanding that it should
be purely informal, as His Royal
Highness is anxious at the present
time, on account of his many other
duties, to keep away from all formal
receptions, etc.
The royal train will arrive from
the West on Friday afternoon at 2
o'clock. The party will enter motor
cars at thc rear of the station and
i.roceed along McKenzie Avenue to
First Street; First Street to the Hospital;     Government Street to Second
Street, and on Second Street to tha
Court House, and out to the Auto
Road. The party will be driven to
tbe end of the Auto Road, and on
the down trip an invitation will be
txtended to the party by the men
working on the read, to take afternoon tea at the old Internment camp*
After tea has been 6erved, the party
will re-enter the cars, and proceed
down the hill, returning over the
same route to McKenzie Avenue. The
party will then be driven to the end
of McKenzie Avenue and turn, going
from there direct to lhe station. The
ioyal train will leave Revelstoke station at 16.35.
Through the kindness of Mr. Han«
son, the Hich School Cadets have
kindly volunteered to patrol the Auto
Road, and it is expected that a eu-iad
of the Home Guard will also be avail
able. His Worship the Mayor and the
City Council, in conjunction with the
Board of Trade, are assisting Mr.
McKay, local superintendent with regard to all arrangements. It must be
borne in mind, however, that the visit is entirely unofficial.
The Red Cro== Society and the
Canadian Club have kindly consented
to see that the rcvnl train is supplied with flowers crown locally.
It should be mentioned that the
vice-regal train, which is in charge
of Mr. W. R. Bak»r. conalata, in addition to the eneine. of nine cars and
weighs 731 tons. The sleepinc, dining
and apartment cars are respectively:
Croveton, Rothwell nnd Lake Superi-
or.
SECOND YEAR COMMERCIAL.
17   62   34   83   44   40   45   86   58   38   52   58   40
building     of the full number <* and the West   Indies; Mr.  J. W. Nor- Dunlop,  I.  A. C. R. 19   80   48   91   45   41   58   62   70   66   59   47   83
17
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vessels (251 mentioned in the   special cross, of Montreal,     vice-president of Dupont, Loretta
Act broueht down in the Legislature, the same company; Mr. M. J. Haney,  Lytle, Hazel I.
providing that    such    action will not of Toronto, contractor;     Sir   Trevor McGiven, Agnes
interfere with the plans of local firms Dawson.     mnnacinc    director   of the Tomlinson, G. L
Work on one of    the    vesselF    was armament  and engineering     firm     of Whittaker, M. G.
started nt    the    Wallace     Shipyards Vickers,     Limited,    of (.rent Britain,',
June     ISth,     and   since th»n a good  and    Mr. R. M. Wolvin, prominent in
ptart     has  l"'e'!'  made on another My Great  Lakes  shipping.      Mr.      James   M|K||QTpR    ||F
the laree force of extra workmen em-  Wlmlcn,    general manager of the B.C.   IWIIIllW I LII    VI
ployed at  lhe new plant     erected   by  Sulphite Fibre Company,    with    pulp
the company. At Victoria thc Camer- mills   at Mill Creek on Howe Sound,|
on-Genoa Compnny   has established a is n prominent Vancouver backer and
yard on    Sonehees     Reserve,     where shareholder.
77 68 91 61 35 63 34 60 69 46 98 88
70 46 82 47 35 47 43 70 45 65 52 82
65 55 95 39 36 65 47 55 57 38 40 77
62 49 65 43 43 59 85 75 66 52 54' 59
62 51 84 36 34 52 62 56 34 34 34 62
640
750
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Red Cross
Concert Assured
Canadian Club
Unique Advertising
FINANCE IS
SWORN IN
The Red Cross   Society     held     its.    Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Robbins left on
weekly    meecing Wednesday, July 19, j Tuesday    for an extended tour of the
Mayor Stewart, Popular  and
Highly   Respected  Citizen,
Is Given Portfolio of Finonce
In Provincial Cabinet
MAY DEPORT
J. T. SCOTT
May Have to Face Two Serious
Charges—Worked for the
Liberals in Bye-election
letter of
Appreciatb
CHRISTENING
OF TUNNEL
The following letter    was     received Wonderful Work Done by   Can-
recently by    Mrs. B.  A.  Lawson, sec-    adjan pac|fj(, Raj|way  Great.
letary ol the Women's Canadian Club
in appreciation     of   the courtesy extended by the ladies   ot thc Warner's
Canadian Club to    the   officers    and
members of the Canadian     Branch of
the   Empire     Parliamentary Association and of the     New Zealand     and Duke and Duchess of Connaught     aud
Australian     parliamentarians,      who Princess Patricia to make the formal
were    tbeir    guests ou a trip across upeniri: of thc Rogers   Pass     tunnel,
the special C.P.R. train steamed into
ly Impresses  Party—See
Daylight at Both Ends-
Pass Through City
Beanri; their   Royal Highnesses the
the continent.
Ottawa, Ont., July 7, 1916    ^car Creek at t, ..clock on     Monday,
Mayor Alexander Stewart
Seattle,  July 19.—Inspector   Thomas W. Lynch is taking     testimony in
the case of John T. Scott,    who was
arrested     by immigration authorities
was on here on Friday for unlawful entry in-
To the Secretary,
The Canadian Ladies' Club,
Revelstoke, B.C.
night. The w.-ather had cleared, and
the whole sumn.it of Rogers Pass was
bathed in sunlight.  White clouds still
has been temporarily tilled by whom he has not been divorced.
t.eiirist, which Mrs. Robbins, vice- Hon. Lorne A. Campbell, Minister ol .phcy further charge thnt he came in-
president     of the club, took with her Mines. With the Mayor'e appointment to this country with a woman    Irom
I the Cabinet is     now complete as foi- Vancouver whom ho subsequently mar
lows: | rled     in    Mount Vernon on April 17.
In the Y.M.C.A.,    witb tbe president,  .,    .„    a.
„      _   ....       . .          ..      .   .     mu„>hn8teri1 States.     The Womens Cana- Monday sworn in by  Lieutenant-Gov- to this country.     Scott asked yester-
Mrs. T. Kilpatrick, in thc cnair.   lno *                      '                                ,»_.,.»_.
minutes were read nnd  adopted    and dinn Club'  in conni*ti°n   w"h their c-rnor Barnard as Minister of Finance ""V '"r a continuance for a few days
final     arrangements   made for a con- tourists'  bureau,  instituted last sum- lri tbe     Provincial Cabinet and here-' fnd th'8 Was Branted-     According to
.,_...., . . ...   "the    immigration   men Scott is mar-
cert to bc given   Tuesday,     July 25, mer,     prepared a unique and artistic a(ter will  administer     thc    portfolio _.._(. tQ ft womnn ,„ KunloIlton    from
under thc auspices ol the    local   Red  advertisement of Revelstoke   for    the  wh,cb
Cross, full particulars of  which    will
bc found elsewhere in this paper. Tho
following is a list of work     received
for thc current week: ! anrt win make use of on her triI>
Mrs. J. L. Smith      Mrs. Jollifle, 3     The advertising matter   consisin
'                          ' Premier     and      Attorney-General— while recognizing thc possibility of a
pairs socks each.                                     : booklets of   views     of     "Pictureeque Hon. w. j, BoW8er.                                , bjgamy ^^ th„    imml     tioa me„
Mrs.   W      Morns,     Mrs.     Stanley Revelstoke,'   as well    as a booklet of . Miniater     of    r,ublic     Worka-Hon. are prosecuting Scott on the     charge
Pearse    (Monte Creek) 2 pairs Bocks pressed     wild   flowers of the district Thomaa w. Taylor,
each.                                                           Containing actual   photographs of the Minister of Minea-Hon.
A Friend, Mrs. Ilowns. Mrs. Y. Ross   nillions of flowers In the   Revelstoke Campbell.
arid Mrs. Van Home,     1 pair    socks National Park.     The    booklets   were Minister     of     Lands—Hon
each.                                                           prepnrcd     by    Miss Williams and the Rog|_
Mrs. J. H. Armstrong, 2 shirts and  photographs were taken and     colored Minister of   Agriculture—Hon.
1 suit pyjamas;   Mrs. (1. R. Miller, 2  hy Mrs, Coursier, President     of     tht liam Manson.
shirts; voluntary sewln-g.                        Women's Canadian Club. Minister of Finance-Hon.
From the Nnomi  Lodge     Rcbekahs,     These photos were given   out    last
Lorne   A,
W.   R.
WU-
Alexan-i
of bringing a won.an into this country for immoral purposes, a chargo
which will permit of his deportation
upon order of the Secretary of Labor
when thc testimony and recommendations of the local officials arc sent to
headquarters.
der Stewart ... Little surprise was caused in     Con-
61 pairs ronvnlesc-nt .hoes were re- vear at the station, and magnificent Provincial Secretary and Minister scrvativo circles hy this report Irom
<elved wltl, many thanks t.. this so- collection, of wild flowers were put of Kducation-Hon. Dr. McGuire. j Seattle yesterday They had known1
Cl6Aty-    _, "',' M" 'rninp   ,,0,h nf w*,ch n,tr8Ct'^    President    of the Executive Council that an arrest w«s pending for some
A  monthly donation of $2   was   re- td considerable attention among    the _Hon. Ernest Miller. j time    prior to tho date It was made,
ceived from Mn. .1. L. Smith, with tourlatt. This Is also being done this The ceremony w*s short, the new but refrained from making a stato-
rrateful thanks fro,,, the    local     Red  jreat and    should be n splendid means  minister,     who    was accompanied by ment until the case was decided.
f advMtii.ni Revelstoke. j Hon. Mr. Ross, Hon. Mr. Taylor and!    if Scott Is deported he may have to
Hon. Dr. McGuire,     taking   the oath face two charges.    The flrst Is    that
Madam: It gives me great pleasure Imic to the distant mountain tops
acting on behalf of the oflicers and but otherwise the aftornoon was per-
members of the Canadian branch of feet—"Queen's weather.'' as it used
the Empire Parliamentary Associa- to be called when the Duke's mother
tion, to thank you for   the     delicate was alive.
attention which you paid to the par- yuick transfer was made to the C.
ty of New Zealand and Australian P.R. officiate tram which at once ran
parliamentarian., while passing down to Camhie at the western por-
tbrough vour delightful town, on tal of the tunnel. Here tbe whole par-
June the  1th last. ty  were  transferred  to    a     beflagL-.'.l
Not only th.' tboUghtfuln<BM which flat rir propelled My ,i dump; little
prompted the officers of your body to 'loiible cylinder con.pressed air en-
visit the strangers in   their     private  ginc.
car Is appreciated, bul ,.nr members At precisely >...' I, into thc western
value your little rece;.ti,m as a spon- portal ol the tunnel swung the flat
taneou. proo' ol tbe spirit which car which Jerked itself forward with
binds all the parts of the Empire to a series of loud snorts. The snorts
gether in these present trying times,    gradually sank  into a contented purr
Our late visitors, and     particularly  as th.- olive fared youth     sitting    on
Mrs.  Glynn, considered     your     little  the st.'p oi Ins twll   bellied little mon-
impromptu   reception as quite one of ster     exactly     under   tbe feet ol the
the    most   picturesque and  touching Duke patted it ir.t.> su>bordlnation.
features of their trip through Canada A  WEIRD BCENE.
I have the honor to be, madam, But louder anl   louder    rang     tir
Your obedient servant, echoes    f:..       ••■   walls oi the tunnel
ERNEST J. CHAMBERS,   settling    Into a steady boom oi wei-
Lleut.-Colonel, comt to bis  Royal    HithnesH    who.
Secretary, Empire Parliamentary   A*  flanked   by     the     Duchess    and    Mr.
snclation  (Canadian  Branrh).
Cross.
it   s particularly requested thai all
who hand  In mirks will kindly     wnsh
.nd press same before delivery, as this
Is a recognized rule for all branches
lo follow.
HANNAH BLACKLOCK
i Secretary.
The Donkhohor colony »t Grand
Forka hns purrhnsed nn nutomohlle.
Tho Ice cream department of Ornn-i
brook   Crcam.'rv ha"     MM metieed  op
00\ I'.UMiU GENERAL'S
VISIT--JPLY  28.
Cltlisns residing   e.n    McKeni it
.Venue, First and Second Streets,
are respectfully ur,-. A ta do all
possible tn have their premise*
well      kept  the  dny  of the Duke of
Connaught's visit.
end then proceeding directly to his preferred by tho Attorney Generals
new office, where a quantity of bust- department charging him with seri-
ness required his attention. At the our infractions of the election act In
forthcoming Provincial elections on connection with the wholesale "plng-
Septsmber 14 next, Hon. Mr. Stewart ging" done on behalf of Mr. M. A.
will be one of thc four Conservative Macdonald on February 20. The eec-l
candidates who will contest this ond may he one of bigamy,
rldim;. Thc three other members who When Herbert Pearce, the chief lieu-
will run fnr Victoria will shortly be tenant, of Scott, was on tkc stnnd at
named  at  the convention of the Con-, Victoria, he testified    thnt Bcott hnd
GOVERNOR OBNERAL'8
VISIT-JULY 2S.
The conni,it tee in charge of arrangements for the Duke ,,( Con
naught's  visit—July  28—would    be
very glad to have the    placet   ..(
buslnes   Bnd residences on MeKeo
zie     .venue,   Plrel  Street to the
Hospital, Setc .nd Btreet    to
cricket   Grounds,    decorated
flags and bunting,   Lei us mal
speeial efiort to bring boi
visitors   the atl ■ tbe
city.
Grant  Hall    and  with his retreat cut
..ff by the pi tared ahead inte>
the fast  gathering darkness.
Buddenly daylight faded and thij
royal progress whb illuminated by
yellow flares which threw weird sbad-
the tunnel sides. Now they
would Ring Into strong relief the
rough ■ ' roof, sc ired Into thousands of square? rhomboids, pnrallcl-
■ igrams and triangles, exactly a. if
' his ii i iftei >,•■•■•■ intricate pai tern
' ,,n Intoxlecated tutur*
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Then   they    would cast     Ul
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CreatUTM, devoured  In PAGB TWO
THE MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, JULY 22, 191C.
TLbc flftaiUlberalb
Published every Saturday at
KKVHXSTOKK.   B,  C
rJMail-Herald Publishing
Company, Limited
F.   E,  GIGOT,  Manager and    Editor,
<yNtgNj^UAB_EL
SATURDAY, JULY 22,  191C.
NO FRAUDS OUTSIDE OF LIBERAL
CAMP
The Review takes exception to the
th it Mr. Fred Welsh goes to
England to make some ol the nr-
rangements nscessary for the taking
ot 6oldlers' votes, but has not waited
to ascertain or mention just what
Mr. Welsh's duties will be. The fact
that he is a party man is the ground
the Review takes to make tbe statement     that     'The    selection  of Mr.
February that there are no     criminal
frauds outside tbc Liberal camp.
Mr. Wendell Farris of Revelstoke,
barrister, brother of one of the Vancouver Liberal candidates,', informs
the St. John, N.B., "Telegraph,"
that this province is about to get rid
of the "gang of robbers" who rule
the province. The most notorious
"gang of robbers" ever heard from
In connection with British Columbia
public life, was the gang who conspired to steal the Vancouver election.     Does Mr. Wendell Farris know
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anything     about this gang?—Vancouver News-Advertiser.
FROM THE SANCTUMS
NOT    DIFFERENT,
The Uritish Bulldog and   the Canadian Bulldog are in reality one     aud
the Bame.Kingston Standard.
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KBSBRVB FUND, J7,000,000
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Telct HowUod, Preiidcnt.
Biublithed 1875.
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Drafts, Money Orders and Letters of Credit issued
available throughout thc world.
Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Exchange.
Dealers in Government and Municipal Securities.
Savings Department at each Branch.
Interest credited half-yearly at current rates.
General Banking Business transacted. n
REVELSTOKE   BRANCH:    MCKENZIE  AND  FIRST STS.
A.  B.  MCCLENEGHAN,  Manager
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LAW AND EQUITY,
There is equity as well as     law    in
Canada,    as the opponents of church
union will no  doubt find out when it
comes to a decision as to whom    the
Welsh,   under     these     circumstances   _hurch   properly    belongs.—Peterboro'
gives    to   the taking of tbe votes of Daily Review. „      ,•    |-J
citizen soldiers in England a de- ._  ,
cidedlv suspicious character." MOSE3 WAS ^NORANT.
Moses Cotsworth—be ol the  "Crisis
If the Review judging the    C onser- 	
in B.C.'—has been   allowed     to     go
vative party by the despicable meth- ._,ee <m g charge ()f   defrauding     the
ods used by the Liberals in Vancou- treasury by franking n lot of person-
vern Does tbe Review think that it Is al mall in O.H.M.S, envelopes. The
necessary     for     the Conservatives to  Judge decided  tbat Moses wns   merely
..       .     . , ,     ,  . , ll,. ignorant. Judging by past exploits ol
stoop     to     the    stand;,1.1  set   by the
thc accused this is probably partially
true.—Nelson  Daily News.
bringing   in     "pluggers"     to     vote
against   Mr.  Macdonald.     When these
Liberals in the     bye-election at Vancouver?
Five months ago  the   "Sun"    and       hath OFF TO MR. TRIMBLE,
its     candidate,     M.  A.     Macdonald,     One ol the most   popular     men   In
,.,i   that the Conservatives were Golden at the P^sent time \. General
Road Superintendent E. Trimble.
Leastwise the res.dents of the South
Sid.'. %». 11.i have been dividing their
charges weie made Mr. Macdonald ,,,,„, between canoeing In their gar-
report from bis own hired de- dens an.l shovelling silt out ot the
tectlve, who bad joined the Conserva- front d .or, are ready to fall upon
tive committee as a pretended member of the party. This report declared that the Conservative com- , ,,,i ,_ ,., „ ,, erflow ol the
■ ttei ( inducted the campaign hon- K 'king Horse river, and within a
estly, and had not attempted any il- few daya the south bank of the stream
,                                   ,                        will l.e sandbagged into     submission,
I or improper proceeding.
for worki li   lav-
At   the  same  time  Mr.   Macdonald's    ^     ^,, 1,,aj,     .. , the
provincial    committee    in charge ol       ■•■ Ba w,,rk ,,. ■ tal
Mr. J. T. Scott    (alias Wright, alias pasture, a distal feet   and ,
Stewart.,    with a staff ol employees ■ ■■
Mr. Tii:.■!.!"'s    ivek    and     call     him
blessed.
i.e  road   superintendent came, saw
under him, all engaged and paid     by
Libel lid iti  himself, was
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TOMORROWS SERVICES
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Vn.nn.    Kimt   fridayx     Vfam   at   B   a.
tn., Benediction and Rosary nt,   7 :in
p.  m
1    PETER'S CH! R< If
rvlci    .■ ill i,e held In    I
_n ■ lean   Church    tomorrow,     Holy
Communion al   ■ a.m.  Bundaj
al   ' 15 a.m.    Morning   Prayer    and
il a.m.    Evening   Prayer
m      ermon at 7.M p.m,
\' Kaalo the 0 P.R,   is   employing
s crew   of    Doukhobors on track im
Ladies' Muslin and Voile Waists
Fancy Waists with colored stripes that have just arrived.
The very newest things on the market. Prices $1.50, 2.00
and 2.50.
Wash  Goods
Fancy Crepes, Striped Crepes, English Prints 36 inches
wide, in fast colors. Prices 15c and 20c.
Ladies' Lisle Hosiery
Ladies Plait White and Black Hosiery, extra good values.
Prices 35c, 40c, and   50c.
Shoes for Ladies
We have all the newest styles in Footwear and we guarantee
all our shoes to give satisfaction. Prices from $4.00 to
$6.00.
Shoes for Boys
We have just the shoe for the boys, something that will
give them lots of wear and a shoe that has style. Price
$3.00 nnd $3.50.
Millinery
AU Millinery and Trimmed Hats at one   half   the    original
price.
Fred Young & Co,
What's in a Name ?
Well, lt just dependa. When you hear of Hobson's Bread
you naturally feel hungry. The crisp brown exterior and
the appetising white Inside are both signs of tha good
flour we use and tbe care we take to baka lt Just tight.
Try lt for yourself—we do not fear the result.
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IBIO IBS OUSTS
Box 734
Union  Hotel
AM . ' K,  Proprietor
FIRST STREET,   REVELSTOKE, B. C,
fresh from own Ranch
WATER NOTICE.
■fDiversion and Use.)
TAKE     NOTICE     that   David  E.
Cook, whose address  is     Revelstoke
B.C., will apply for a license to take
and use 10 gallons per minute of w1*-
ter out of stream, also known as Bl-
Bie Creek,     which flows out of moun-«
tain and drains into land at    foot of
mountain. The water will be diverted
from the stream at a    point     about
fifty    feet north of dividing line and'
will be used for domestic and irriga-,
tion purposes upon the land described'
as L.S. 5,  Section 10,     Township 24,i
West of Sixth M.     This    notice was
posted on the ground on the 19th day
of June, 1916.    A copy ol this notice,
snd an application pursuant    thereto j
nnd     to the "Water Act, 1914," will
be filed in the office of the Water Re-j
corder at Revelstoke.     Objections   to
the application may be filed with the
said Water Recorder    or     with     the
Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.,   with-j
in thirty days after the   first appearance of this notice in a local    newspaper. The date of the first     publication of this notice is July 1, 191C.
DAVID E. COOK, Applicant
GOLD RANGE LODGE, No. M
KNIGHTS  OF PYTHIAB
Meeta  every    Wednesday evealag
at    8   o'clock,    ia  Selkirk  HaU.
Visiting    brother*    cordially  la-
vita*.    W. POTTRDFF, O. C.
B. GORDON, K of R. S.
KOOTENAY LODGB, No. 1».
A. V. an* A. M.
Regular Meetings are held la
New Masonic Hall oa the Foarth
Monday In each month at I a.m.
Visiting brethren ara cordially
welcome*.
IX'   O- R- SKENE, W. M.
ROBT. GORDON, Pearatary
SELKIRK LODGB No. IS
i. o. o. r.
Meeets eveery Thursday evwlag la
Selkirk Hall at 8 o'clock. Vbrft-
lng brethern cordially lnvlteed.
JAMES M. GOBLB, N. G.
JAMES MATHIE, Secretary.
If you want what you want when you
want it try Mail-Herald Want Ads
O RIF N TA •      i" ',irni9hed with the
HOTEL
J, Albert Stone, Proprietor
choicest the market affords.
H«'8t W'inoH, Liquors and
( Vara. Kates $1 a day.
Monthly rates.
Jack Laughter,, Proprietor
First Street, kevelstoke, B. C.
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Kevelstoke Lodge
No. 1085
LOYAL  ORDER
OK MOOSE
Meeta every second
and Fourth Tuesday
in   Smythe's    Hall.
Vi-iiting Brethren are cordially invited.       ALLAN K. FYFE, Die.
H.L. HAUG, Sec.
E. 0. Burridge & Son
Plumbers and Tinsmiths
We specialize in
Metallic Ceilings, Corrugatod Roofing;, Furnaoa Work and up-
to-date Plumbing
Work
Work Shop -Uonnaught Ave.
REVELSTOKE      -      -    B.O.
REVELSTOKE NURSERIES
CUT FLOWERS  & PLANTS
Phone 056
DR   T.   HEARD
JENTIST
OVER     IMPERIAL     BANK
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S
TAILORING. CLEANING AND PRESSING
Work Guaranteed.   All Kinds of Dresses
And   Childrens  Wear   Made To Order
FRED LOW
OPPOSITE REVELSTOKE CLUB, FIRST STREET
Ws Call and Drliv k
Suits Pressed 75c •v> i   s Pressed and Cleaned $1.50
CITY TRANSFER CO.
Baggage Transferred Distributing Agents and Storage
GENERAL   DRAYING
FURNITURE   AND    PIANO    MOVING   A   SPECIALITY
Phone 46-276        Night Phone 346
CURTIS   &   SWITZER
IMPURE   DRINKING WATER IS
THE FRIEND OF DISEASE
mm  CAR] are manufactured from ab-
» •   nn.l    thrlee IUt"i-'-rl  water,  Their use. is hen-
tflclal to HEALTH nn.l n preventative ol iuhkasb.
Try  OUr  Stage!   Air,  Orel I,  OlDger  lleer, ,fcc. The moun
tain  wnt.rr In r«.t  BimOD    PUTS In  tlio  good  old  llimmtt  time.
F. B. WELLS
Men's Outfitter
Fur Buyer	
Complete   Line  of   MENS  WEAR
n — i.A.i.„ ui:.. i o_:.._a r»_   iij
The Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Canada,  Limited
('fines, Smelting and Refining Deparlm<ent
TRAIL,    BRITISH   COl^MBIA
SMELTERS AND REFINERS SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1916.
THE   MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
PAGE  THRBMCt
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Start saving now
the   valuable   outer
wrappers of each
package of
ADAMS'
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Each is a coupon that
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the most attractive
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Ask your dealer for any of
the five mellow flavors.
ORIGINATORS
t3^^£^CC<x^-7r^7Z^C%D
Christening of Tunnel
(Continued  from  Page Oue.)
this colossal cave by some huge nnte-
uiluvian beast whose steady yellow
syes always gleamed far ahead. In
reality they were ladders of all sorts
and shapes, rvpodec pines, ties and
rails,  piled against the  tunnel sides.
At various points an.ounitins; iu all
to about a "'i'e and a ball, the tunnel is being lined with au eighteen-
liieh concrete wall which is just as
neat an.l unromantic as the sides of
.Hin. The w, rkmen are plastering
this wall on to the sides of the tunnel exactly as they would plaster a
t >om.
LIGHT AT BOTH ENDS.
Thr • eyes were lamps lit
it varie.us intervals where the compressed air engine might renew its
energy by drawing fuel. The feeiin.:
that ,ene is plunging Intp some lm-
men-e prehistoric cavern is increased
t.y the gaping black mouths of the
pioneer tunnels. They yawn at one
. lenly trom the sides an.l you
shrink back unconsciously expectinu
something t,. emerge therefrom.
It is always soinethiiit:, never nny-
thlng, which is expected during this
uive into the unexpected. Fifteen niin-
i.t's    after passing in at  the western
i.i ,i point is reached where daylight
tan he seen at both ends. It  is called
layllght merely by courtesy, for in
leahty it M'..ks like an infinitesin al
:' :rrey paint on two opposite
walls ,,f a small dark room. Gradually, however, the splnsh in front
gTi ■' s 1'is.ger and blggej and exactly
twenty-five minutes after entering the
tunnel the Mat car emerged into daylight. Evening was showing signs ot
Its   i.i vent.
The menacing shadow ..f Mount Mc-
Donald brooded over the whole valley. The blinking party on the Bat
Car were watched curiously by hundreds of women who had gathered at
tbe astern portal t,, watch the chrls
tenlng ceremony performed by the
Governor-General. Snuggling in the
shade ol the tunnel entrance was a
platform nnd t.. this the royal party
wns conducted bv Mr. Sullivan, chief
• ngineer ■.( the western lines. Who
has heen watching ovei tbe construction.
LIGHT BRINGS CHEERS.
A trainman ran forward and spread
i white .'!• tb on a tabli aad placed
then..n a Comir.on blue pattern washing-up     dish,    which was ennobled  by
the decorative necks of several bronze
■ • I suspicious looking bottles. \t
..nee n henrty cheer was given hy the
party from the tirst tint enr, which
under the guidacce ol Mr. Peters, had
lesci nded and grouped itself expectantly aroucd the platform. The Duke
now stepped forward and in clear
tones explained that he had beeci asked to christen the tunnel. He expressed the gratification it gave liiin to be
thus associated with pioneer work in
Canada, which meant so much to the
future of the country, and romplim-
«ntrd the C.P.R.  on having completed
such a colossal t,aSk.
He said tbat he keenly regretted
this was his last journey through the
country as Governor-General.
Ho closed hiB brief oration with a
few well expressed sentences, and
turned gazing for a l°ng moment into
the gaping, expectant mouth of the
tunnel.
SELKIRK TUNNEL.
Then seizing one of the suspicious-
looking bottles by the neck he flung
it violently against the jaw of the
tunnel, which promptly foamed at the
lips,
"1 christen thee Selkirk Tunnel,"
cried the Duke in  ringing tones.
"Hip, hip, hurrah!" rang up tho
gorge of the valley, and sank flatly
into the black oblivion of the tunnel,
as the spectators emphasized tho
liuke's action.
''Three cheers for His Royal Highness," shouted Mr. Grant Hall.
These were given with a will and
the ceremony was over, and once
more ascending the Hat car the party
was hooked on to an unimpressed
shunting engine arid hauled up to
Bear Creek. The towering cliffs of
Mount McDonald were shining in the
last ravs of the dying sun.
They loomed majestically above, untouched, immortal, and complete silence fell on the party as simultaneously guided by the same instinct
they all looked hack to the entrance
of the tunnel, now hidden by trees.
Below, insignificant, impertinent,
tmong those vast cliffs lay the work
of man, hidden from sight as though
ashamed of its unimportance. Above,
majestic, silent into the blue sky,
nakedly reared the gigantic work of
Cod. The one responding to the incessant clamorous faith of man in
commerce, the other forever silently
calling to his spiritual faith in the
eternities.
PERSONNEL OF i'ARTY.
The personnel of the party was as
follows' Field Marshal H.R.H. Duke
.ef Connaught and Strathearn, K.G.,
etc., H.R.H. Duchess ol Connaught
und Strathearn, H.R.H. Trincess Patricia of Connaught, Miss D. Yorke,
i.idy in-waiting to H.R.H. the Duch-
iss; Miss c. Adam, lady-in-waitlng to
H.R.H. Princess Patricia; Lieut.-Col.
E. A. Stanton, military secretary;
Major Duff, aide-de-camp; Capt. A.
MacKintosh, aide-de-camp; Mr. and
Mrs. Grant Hall, Mr. I-M Vi. peters,
Mr. .T. G. Sullivan. Dr. J. A. McDonald, Mr. B W. Greer, Major McLeod
and J. Vi. Dafoe, Mr. E. Beck. Mr.
R. I.. Richardson of Winnipeg, Mr.
.1. M.  McKay and others.
The special train hearing the party
Passed through Revelstoke at ten
o'clock  on Monday night.
Several members of the Womens'
Canadian Club, as a mark ot courtesy nnd appreciation put on the
Royal train for the ladies of the party large bouquets f.f magnificent roses grown in Revelstoke.
this careful policy which has resulted
in Victoria's credit standing high on
the  roll  of  Canadian  minicipalities.    j
Hon. Mr. Stewart entered publis
life in 18J7, when he was elected alderman for the Central Ward and reelected in 1399, 1900 and 1901, in the
last year by acclamation. He was not
a candidate in 19-02, but was elected
again in 1W3 and served for four
years, until the end of 19(16. In
1909 he was elected alderman in Ward
Three and again in 1912, At the Municipal elections in 191. he ran for
mayor, defeating his opponent hy a
majority of over 2,100, the largest
majority ever secured by a mayoral
candidate in Victoria. In 1915 and
this year he wns returned as mayor
by acclamatian.
Born on November 4, 1SC4, in the
parish of New Monkland, Lanarkshire
Scotland, Hon. Mr. Stewurt came to
America when 17 years of age. A
stonecutter by trade, he worked for
some year* at his trade in the United
States, arriving here in June, 1888.
Since then he has been a resident of
Victoria with the exception of two
short periods when he was employed
in Seattle and San Francisco. Since
1S91 he has resided here continuously.
Hon. Mr. Stewart has, during his
public career, acquired the enviable
reputation of being a man of his
word, one who thinks for himself and
whose whole policy has been the
greatest good for the greatest number. In th- office of Mayor he has invariably showed consideration for the
opinions of his confreres and his administration has been marked hy a
degree of harmony which was the
conspicuous n?ed in preceding municipal councils. At the same time he
has "ver been noted for his ability to
say "yes" or ' no" as he felt the occasion demanded it, and mean It, too
It will not be necessary for Hon.
Mr. Stewart to resign his office of
mayor. His new appointment will not
interfere with his completing his year
of office as chief magistrate of Victoria.
May Deport Scott
(Continued  from  Page One.)
Minister of Finance
(■Continued from Tage One)
servatlves to be held before the     end
of the present month.
Probably few people have had such
emphatic testimony to their popularity Paid t,. them as has tbe new Minister of Finance. "Aleck," as he is
known to his thousands of friends in
Victoria, has had long experience in
municipal affairs and has always heen
in t.he forefront ..f all movementl
having for (hell Object the welfare
i.nd advancement ,,' th« city. In the
paat three years as mayor of Virt.,ria
he has shown exceptional ability in
administering th.' aflain ol tb.
of chler magistrate during a period
too, when thn position was anything
hut n sinecure owing tr. the financial
depression. The experience, he ■
has fitted him admirably f.,r th- office
of Finance Minister of the Crown.
The stralghteninc out of the city's
finances, n work involving millions,
has won for him the confidence of the
financial interests the while the public interests have h»en carefully regarded. Today Victoria's finances are
in   excellent     shape. ..nd it has been
Thrice the capacity of ordinary grates is given because
the Sunshine grates are three-sided, one side at a time
meeting the fire.  Bulldog teeth smash clinkers easily.
JFCIaiyS
Sunshine
furnace
Wouldn't you like to know the cost of installing a Sunshine in your home ? I'll gladly give you particulars
without obligation. m
gone to Seattle in an automobile
with his stenographer, Miss Knight
about Easter. The former secretary
of the Provincial Liberal Association
had stated then that he bad married
her in Bellingham and he had for a
time lived with them in the Alsace
Apartments.  Seattle.
Mr. J. IM McConnell of this city
has stated that he recently came Into
possession of a marriage certificate
purporting to be that of Scott and a
woman now living in Edmonton.
ii ;'s career as suppositious local
head of the Seattle plugging brigade
was explained in detail on the witness stand at Victoria and is fairly
well known. He first worked on Liberal lists from headquarters at "The
Sun" office, according to Pearce's
evidence, and in November of last
year graduated to be secretary of the
Provincial Liberal Association ol
which Mr. M. A. Macdonald was the
head.
Robert Raglin Oosden said that h»
bad been employed by Scotl to prepare "crook".l lists" ,,f 'lead men and
ansenteee t.. be voted by pluggers for
Mr. Macdonald. Togethei with "Broc
ki.e" Phil Robertson, Qoaden said ho
received hundreds of dollars for this
work,  mostly for "expenses."
■'Stewart,"   Scott    had    headquarters    at the Robson Rooms, ac-
tO the evidence, and was
tl n when Pearce anl: his other sub-
urdimtes operated various polling
booths in charge ol gangs ol pluggers from the Sound ( ity. With
acott at one time and another was
supposed to have been Jack White
i who, incidentally, got married, too,
en route south after elections), and
under White as sub-lieutenants were
Montey White, Gil Otter, Tom Carroll fwho was frightened out of dome any harm by John L. Sullivan I,
a man named Thompson and others.
Jack White himself was supposed to
have been placed at Scott's disposal
by John Clancy, torn or ward boss of
Seattle.
After declaring again and ngnin
that he knew nothing about, "plugging," Sc.tt went into exile in Scnt-
tle and has been there ever since. Tt
is reported that when he crossed the
lit] !>" told th" immigration author!-
that he was only going to stop
for | little while, and his friends
think that   be   meant   it at   the  time.
But things did not "blow over," so
the former secretary had to remain
In tbe Sound City longer than he
possibly wished. His only visit, was a
oni to Mr. Brewster nnd Mr.
Macdonald, his Journey between Sent-
tle an) Victoria being   made     pnrtly
by lanncb and    his    disembarkation
from  a pnssencer    steamer    being nn
exit      not   usually  uped.      Pome
C. B. HUME & CO., LTD.
t
Family Shoe
Outfitters
Revelstoke Departmental Stores
Wa aim to ffivwmaximum
«ssr At minimum prioe
DRY  GOODS   DEPARTMENT
Fashion French Brand CORSET
COVERS, lovely snow white,
heavily embroidered In designs.
Well cut and well made, all
sizes   90c.
New lot of EMBROIDERIES, 1|
and 2 inches wide. Good pattern. Some new ideas in lace
edges at per yard  10c.
THE BEST BARGAIN of the
season. Ladies' lovely Under-
muslins in snowy wbite and
flesh pink. Gowns, Corset Covers, Drawers, Combinatloa",
Skirts. This is a mixed lot
worth $2.00 and $2.50. See
eamples in the windows.   All on
sale, at your  choice 	
  $1.35.
NEW COTTON  WASH    CREPES
30in. »ride.     Colors    pink,    blue,]
green,    hello,   white,   and some
white iritb   stripe.     These    are
scarce     goods     and exceptional
value at   25c.
New line of MIDDIES and WASH
SKIRTS, All sizes from child's
to women's at, tech  .,$1.00
MEN'S FURNISHING AND SHOE DEPARTMENT
BOYS' HOLIDAY WEAR.
The first day of tbe Summer
holidays has arrived—are you
prepared with cool and durable
clothing for that boy of yours?e
We are ready to supply your
wants.
BOYS' COTTON JERSEYS.
They come in blue with     white
trimmings, and white with red or
blue trimmings.     Sizes 22 to 32.
Short sleeves. Price 35c each.
BOYS' KNICKERS.
Olive Khaki Duck Bloomers. All
sizes from 23 to 33. They wash.
Price $1.00 pair.
White and Black Check Cotton-
ade Bloomers for the little chaps.
These also wash well. Price 95c
pair.
Light Weight Corduroy, colors
brown and blue, sizes 22 to 27.
Wash goods.  Price $1.50 pair.
BOYS' BLOUSES.
Ihe famous W.G. .& R. line.
Invisibl" draw string. Prices 75c
and $1.00.
The Sports Blouse, witb low
neck and short sleeves, at $1.25
each,
BOYS' LIGHT  WEIGHT UNDERWEAR.
Two-piece Balbriggan, with
short legs and sleeves. Price 35c
garment.
Combinations with lull Iragth
sleeves and arms,  75c suit.
GR3CERY  AND - CROCKERY  DEPARTMENT
CANADIAN MADE MARMALADE | PANCAKE AND SYRUP SEASON'
Try a jar ol Express at 25c. or
a tin of King Beach at 75c.
Head and Leaf Lettuce, Cauliflower, Celery, Radishes, green
Onions and Parsley.
TRY OUR LARGE PRUNES,
WHITE FIGS AND APRICOTS-
THEY ARE DELICIOUS.
Self Rising Buckwheat Flour In
packages.
Rogers Pure Sugar Syrup, 2, 6,
10 and 20 pound tins.
Pride of Canada Pure Maple
Syrup, quarts and ball gallon
tins.
Crown Brand Corn Syrup, 2 and
5 pound tins.
Lyle's English Syrup, t pound
tins.
Maple Flavored Syrup ia quarts
i and 1 gallon tins.
I m^tmtm^mtm^tmtm^^
Premium Ham, Dominion H m,
Premium Breakfast Bacon, Domlrj-
ion Breakfast Bacon, Pea Ueal
Back Bacon, Back Bacon and
Cookisd Ham.
communication   have been maintained CANADA'S   INSECT DESTROYED.
fairly     steadily    by Mr.  Macdonald's 	
crony Jerry Finch, now "in     general
pructice" in Seattle.
It is whispered that If Scott     tells
what    he knows about plugging thcre
may be a movement on the    part ol to our treC8
Canada's bird visitors are rapidly
returning for the warmer season, and
we may again look forward to their
assistance in the destruction of caterpillars     and Insects, so destructive
certain     Liberals to the
free" across the line.
'land of the
SHlT'f'lNt;   and   MARKETING   OF
FRUIT.
Two most seasonable bulletins huve
been     issued     by the Dairy and Cold b t.
One of the noat important ol
these birds is thc woodpickt-r. It
feeds on larvae nnd small inserts,
which are found ir. crevices of the
hark; securing them witb its protusl-
hie tongue. This tongue is sharp,
at the end, has barbs directed
Storage Brunch of the     Federal   De- ,„„,,,„.„,.,        .
,  .     .    ,.        , backward,  and     can he extended sev-
pnrtment     of Agriculture bearing up- ,,„ ,.  . „.
„ ..       „„   i-       ui ,     ,, ,ral taches,     ihe red-headed    wood-
on  the  pre-COollng, shipment  and cold  , „„.   ,    ,       ,
pccK.'f,   besides  digging insects  not at
storage of tender fruit. Hoth bulletins      „,
 hark,     seizes   them ,,n the wing.   In
can be had free on application to the
Publications Branch oi  the    Depart
ment at Ottawa. In the first of these
publications, Edwin Smith, B.8c, in
charge of the pre C >ollng station at
Grimsby, Ont., gives details and advice regarding the pre. ling ..r fruit
along with results obtained from experiments. It was only in I'.Ul that
the pre cooling and Iruit storage
plant was established at Grimsby,
sine.' thai tine extensive tests have;
been carried on regarding conditions
for shipment and temperature at various stages in transit. Results and
observations are given relative to all
Kinds of fruit, Including tomatoes,
and not only in reference te, trans
portatlon but also as to the effect on
marketing. During 1918, this bulletin
states, while tender fruit laid on the
ground ct ting in Ontario, the Dominion of Canada Imported huge quantities of peaches, plums, grapes,
pears, apricots, etc.. fr.,m the Cnitel
States, owing to the better and more
provident care that hnl been taken.
Hy following the counsel contained in
this bulletin, this state of things will
be avoided. Rates, rules and reculn-
tions for pre-roollng and storage are
-uppiied.     The    seend  bulletin,     for
which J, m. Creelman, B.B,A shares
with Mr. smith   the    responsibility,
not only deals further    wiih pi. I   0
lng Investigations, but also goes tui
lv into methods of pa'king, Shipping
and storing tender fruit, tomato."
Com  and  OUOUmqerS,      Both    bulletins
i re suitably Illustrated and should
Command the enrnest, attention of
Iruit growers and shippers.
imln itlon ,.f over 700 stomachs
of woodpa kers,   animal lood, i   ntlj
was    found t.   cointitute 76
per cent ■    11    diet,   and    vegetable
natter _i pei een!    The animal food
consists largely of beetles and eater-
pillars,  and   includes many     harmful
The cbicadee Is am I i most
aetr.-e Insect    desl
lally active In thi ol    any
tm Met oi  .V l   chopping   Tie
will become very familiar am! will
readily make frtendl Not being
equipped, as tbe w Ipwker is, with
a  long  bill,      the; '.vantage  ol
tbe   cutting of corda to te-
. are the grubs fe.und under the hark
.,r exposed in the rutting. As a rule,
however, they feed upon the Insects
of the orchard, the bush or shrubbery
The woodpecker and the chickndee
are onlj two "f the, many birds
which ate ,it greal lervlce    i"th    in
the city and Country, and it is surely
not too much too nsk that peopla
give them the neceeearj protection te.
allow them te. Ctntlnue their invaluable work.
Patriotic
Fund
Please pay your
Subscription to
the Canadian Patriotic Fund to
the Molsons Bank
or to R. Gordon,
Secretary
y Every 10c >
/    Packet of    \
WILSONS
FLY PADS
WILL KILL MORE FLIES THAN.
\ $8°-°WORTH OF ANY /
SflCKYTLY CATCHER/
A thousand people will tell
Parisian Dye Works
Ladies   C&  Mens
SUITS
In   the  very  height of thc
Season's Fashions
The  Sanitary   Cleaning
and Tailoring Parlors
Day and    Night    Service
Phone  340
Advertising    Pays FAGE FOUB
THE   MAIL-HERALD.   REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1M€".
BRIEF LOCAL NEWS
T. Kilpatrick left for Kamloops on
Thursday.
W. Edwards of Nakusp registered at
the Hotel HevelBtoke on Monday.
Pvte. Fred Terry of the 172nd Battalion ls a visitor to Revelstoke.:
E. Gurney ol Caleary registered a»
the King Edward hotel on Tuesday.
G. Brady of Victoria registered at
the Hotel Revelstoke on Wednesday.
R. H. Bavis of Calgary registered
at the. Hotel Revelstoke on Wednesday.
B. J. Dempey of Malakwa registered at the King Edward hotel on Wednesday.
M. Daley of Victoria registered at
the King Edward hotel on Monday.
A. S. Reed ol Vancouver registered
at the Hotel Revelstoke on Monday.
J. H. Kerr ol Kelowna registered
at the King Edward hotel on Monday
W. H. Horobin returned from a
business visit to Spokane on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Sharpe of Toronto
registered at the Hotel Revelstoke on
Monday.
CM E. McCIecklln of Saskatoon registered at the  King Edward hotel oa  Monday
Wednesday.
Br. T. MacPheerson of Salmon Arm
was in Revelstoke on Tuesday.
H. Birkey dl Spokane was at the
King Edward hotel on Monday.
Bert Alkens ol Glacier registered at
thc King Edward hotel on Monday.
W. T. Buncan ol Fernie registered
at the Hotel Revelstoke on Wednea
day.
P. W. Racey ol Rossland registered
at the Hotel Revelstoke on Wednce
day.
P, W. Racy of Rossland registered
at the King Edward hotel on Wednesday.
J. Bayton Williame of Kelowna registered     at the Hotel Revelstoke on
J. Brudgen of Rush   Lake,     Sask
registered at the King Edward   hotel MODday
on Wednesday.
C.  W. Cruickshank of Calgary    reg
iatered at the King Edward   hotel on
T.  McPherson of South    Africa registered     at   the Hotel Revelstoke on i   Mr. and Mrs. E. H. lnan_a ol ©raik,
Sunday. . Sask., registered at the King Edward
..    , hotel on Monday.
Mrs. Vernon Kelso ot New \ork was
a egnest at the King Kdward hotel on     Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Stevens of Van-
Monday. I couver were guests at the Hotel Rev-
_ . elstoke on Monday.
C.  Wood and   children    of     Vernon
were guests at the   Hotel Revelstoke     Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Ferris    ol Van-
on Monday. I couver registered at the King Edward
hotel on Wednesday.
To stop your hair from falling use
the Rexall "93" Hair Tonic, all Rexall Brug StoreB fully guarantee—50c
and $1.00 bottles.—W. Bews.
"Walking in the Park with Geor-
gie" at the Red Cross entertainment
on Tuesday night.
Mr. and Mrs. H.   R.    Straight     of;
Gait Coal for Bale. Sibbald & Son.
GET THE HABIT.—Place your flre
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Wood ol Winnipeg registered at the King Edward
hotel on Sunday. Odell   registered at the King Edward and accident insurance with Cbas. M.
hotel on Wednesday. j Field, who represents only old     and
Miss Annie Galloway  ol     Weyburn, ! reliable companies.
Sask., registered at the Hotel Revel     j.  p. Forde, Bominion Government
etoke on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Buchan of Sal-|
rLon Arm were guests at the King
Edward hotel on Monday. .
engineer at Nelson,    was
stoke on Wednesday.
in    Revel-
There's comfort in  cooking
Coursier's Coal.
with
BANKHEAB BRIQUETTES BUR*
The  Vancouver Juvenile   Frivolities
in aid of Red Cross at the     Eitpress BEST.
The 1916 telephone directory is out' theatre °n Tue8day night' "A Little Bit ol Heaven"    at     the
and is being distributed.     The   work     The Misses Sara, Mollie    and    Ida Red CrosB eoncert on Tuesday.
was done by the Mail-Herald. , Carlyle of Calgary were     guests    atj
.1 the King Edward hotel on Sunday.
S. A. Fletcher dt Victoria, Inspect"!
or ot Provincial Government     offices,.    J. M. Doyle of    Calgary,     supcrin-
apent Wednesday in Revelstoke. , tendent for P.     Burns     & Company,
paid Revelstoke a business    viBit   an
Bert Neill    nnd J. Patterson.,     who
enlisted some time igo with the 231st
Wednesday.
Collection by
Children Appreciated
Seafortb Highlanders left on Monday.     Mr. and  Mrs.  P.  0. B.    Hervey    of     Mrs   B   A   LaWBOn has reCeived the
for camp. Edmonton are visitors to Revelstoke.  {ollo%ving ietter from the chairman ot
Osborne Adamson, special   represen- Mr. Herx?>'. i8 fwertotendwt of Do^ the Belgian 0rphan    Fund>     London,
labelled "cooking eggs."
Farmers selling eggs, aB well as
retailers, are warned that the inspectors arc putting the act into force
now, and penalty for failing to observe the law being a maximum penalty ot $100.
The inspectors who have been appointed to administer the act are
Chief Poultry Instructor J. R. Terry,
Assistant Instructor H. E. Upton,
and the Markets Commission .R. C.
Abbott. The inspectors are named by
the Minister of Agriculture under the
statute.
Other clauses of the act define preserved and Chinese eggs. Importers of
eggs, or wholesale dealers, are to
have all receptacles containing eggs
plainly marked with the country of
origin ar.d grade. Marking of the eggs
is to be done by a mark, brand,
stamp, impression or imprint made
hy means of a rubber stamp, stencil
or other method, and such mark shall
he legible in gothic letters and In
durable ink.
f     EMP]
tative of the Curtis Punlisbing Company, Philadelphia, paid Revelstoke a
business visit on Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. ,T. D. Peters and Mr.
and Mrs. Martin Weber ol Laird,
Sask., were cuests at the King Edward hotel on Wednesday.
J. B. Harkin of Ottawa, Commls
sioner of Dominion Parks, and CapU
E. N. Russell. Superintendent ol Revelstoke National Park were guest* at
the Hotel  Revelstoke on Tuesday.
minion National  Parks
.1.  Veraghty   of     Irvington
Kngland.
N-ew London, June 28, 1916.
Colladan Madam: Mr. J. Whitehead, Consul
and Miss M. C. M'.illl.oUand of Phila- for Bel?ium at Vancouver has recent-
delphla, wre among the tourists reg   '*    B"nt     me   the BUnl of mA~ as a
istered at the   Hotel
Wednesday,
Revelstoke    on
donation for    the    Belgian     Orphan
Fund.
I am given to understand that this
Mrs. C.  K.  Van Home    and     Miss s;ml WR6 collected    amonest the fchil
Van Home ol Vancouver spent Thurs-  <iren dt Revelstoke under your initially     and     I-M-'lay In Kevelstoke, the  tive an(j j wjsn to tender     you     and
guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. \ an Home  tfce generous     contributors     the    ex-
Mr.;. C.  E,  Van H.rnc has     just   returned ;• ■ iry via Nelson, hav-
The death occurred on     Wednesday 1:i-  gone     through   with her son who
mornine     ol    Mrs. John Nub..': ol -2   bas enlisted.
pression     of my sincerest thanks and
appreciation.
This eift will no doubt be     greatly
esteemed by the Belgian children who
Mile Board.  Arrowhead.     The funeral
took  place from  How sen   .'.   '
Amonc the tourist
Revelstove on Wednesdav     were    Mr.
dertaklng parlors on Thursday mom    ^; M,?   . .    .   _ >n Franci9.
in,-.  Rev,  M. Freeman officiating. ^ _.
In Hamilton, Ont.,     there   was re- Ontarii Lefevi     '   Se*
cently a waste-paper day. on     which  V  -     Ml     H     Mr
the school children  were     asked     to Thilad'
bring     to     a    central depot all the dell of M Idaho.
waste naper they e The am- _ - ,
oun*  C'l,'-'"'. tilled more  than eleven
freight c irs and sold ' ••■   which   ..
.-
money to I . ,.
>
TN FUTURE NM. ITEM- WILL    M
AC'F.PTFn  I \TFR   THAN THTJR  "
retun
the    Ho", Mither, mother    and     home
through this war
renewed   thanks     to     all
•'    hlldren   who have so unselfish-j
'.y thought of their little comrades in:
tress, T arr.. Madam,
-..thfully,
E. POLLET,
Chairman Belpian Orphan Fund.|
Msa. B    .   Lawson,
■   ■ -
DAV  NIGHT FOR PUBLICAT1
SATURDAY'S  PAPER.
All Eggs on Sale
Must be Marked
EMPRESS   THEATRE
PROGRAM
•j V   •
.—Tbi
:
an-1 Bryant
eepera
1
,■
comi
_z
■
,. ■ l. Crouch
a L r..-11 \ . - 1 here 'er- .,,«•  „..,,. „
'■' ■''■  " 'rl
(the   (ride and s '       '
Prte~T.IT lie -' ..ersonede-
q     Gordon is now taking a fl< • ' ■ ness,"
eg his    r !    »*eon<n7    thos second
similarly
MONDA.      esse   1.
Miss F inn ■  '•'•.'ird in        .-.- ,»
duction Tl..- Cheat, 5 parts.
MJESD . V - ["here     will
no on  pel
Personnel of
Vernon Camp Staff
District orders have been published
containing the authorization ol the
Vernon Camp stafl personnel as follows;
Command: Camp Commandant,
Col. R. W. Gregory, O.C. 1st Mounted Brigade; Orderly Ollicer, Capt. L.
H. Major, 7th Battalion C.E.F.
General staff: General Stafl Officer
(3rd Grade), Capt. E. N. Gilliat,
16th Battalion, C.E.F.
Administrative staff: A. A. G. i-c
Administration, Capt. W. Turnbull,
50th Regiment.
Services of departments: Camp Engineer, Lieut. S. A. Lake, Gth Field
Company, O.E.; A.D. of S. and T.,
Major A. Small, 21st Company, C.A.
S.C.; A.D.M.D., Capt. W. G. dimming, A.M.C.; Paymaster, Lieut. W.
L. Germaine; Administrative Veterinary Officer, Capt. R. Riddell, C.A.V.
0. \
Officers specially employed: Intelli-
gence Oflicer (to be detailed later);
Musketry Instructor, Lieut.-Col. R.
R. Cartwright, CM.G.;l Signalling
Instructor, Capt. F. D. Lee, 45tb
Regiment.
The above appointments   will he el-
fected from the dates the     respective
officers took up their duties.
Some Appointments.
Appointments and promotions are
listed ns follows:
68th Overseas Battery, C.E.F.: To
be Lieutenant, Lieut. Rowley Cruit,
72nd Regiment; Lieut. Dalten Kenneth Maken, 72nd Regiment.
103rd Overseas Battalion, C.E.F.:
To be Supernumerary Lieutenants,
Lieut. James Smith Dickson, 107th
Regiment; Lieut. Eric Norman Alers-
Hankcy, "Oth Regiment, B.C. Horse.
121st Overseas Battalion, C.E.F.:
To be Lieutenant, Lieut. Irwin Davis,
llth Regiment.
172nd Overseas Battalion, C.E.F.:
To be Captiin, Limit. J. R. S. Lough
211th Overseas Battalion, C.E.F.:
To be Paymaster, Lieut. E. R. Ed-
son, with the honorary rank of Captain in the C.E.F.
Internment Camps.
It is notified for general information that the following officers are
lb commandants in charge ol
the various internment camps from
the dates ;|,t opposite their respective names.
Vernon Internment   .'Min.p,  Major E.
ib,   Vprll  I,  1916;     Mara   Lake
Camp, Capt, J. R. Mlt-
cbell,  April  I,  MUM      Edgewood     In-
nt Camp, Maior C.    McMillan,
•' "r Internment   (Mtnip,
',     II    Brock,     March   US,   1916-
iey     Internment   Camp,      Capt.
C    \     lhaw, Marcb 13, 1916.
1
EMPRESS     THEATRE
Tuesday, July 25,   8 to 10 p.m.
VANCOUVER  JUVENILE   FRIVOLITES
IN AID OF RED CROSS
PROGRAMME
1. SONG— "Are We Down-hearted" Patricia Salmon
2. SONG—"Motherland" Norman Stevens
3. SONG—"Caller Herrin" Miss Mollison
Dance by May and Phyllis Keith
4. VIOLIN SOLO — "Cavatina"!Raff) Marjorie  Stephens
5. DUET—"I'm Mother's Little Soldier Man" Patricia Salmon and
Lawrence Salmon
(!. SONG—"My Ain Folk" May Keith
7. SONG—"We're All Irish Here" Phyllis Keith
Short   address   on   Canadian   Red   Cross anil
Hospital work in France, Illustrated with Pictures, by Mrs. Julia W.  Henshaw
8. DUET—"Very suspicious".. .Patricia Salmon and Norman Stevens
9. SONG—"Walking in the Park with Georgie" Phyllis Keith
10. VIOLIN SOLO—"Andantino" Marjorie Stephens
11. SONG—"Sleep, Baby, Sleep" Patrica Salmon
12. DUET—"The Crooked Bawbee" May Keith and Phyllis Keith
18. SONG—"Patrick McKenna" Norman Stevens
14. SONG-'Mean McNeil"  May Keith
TABLEAU-BRITANNIA AND HER COLONIES
V
GOD SAVE THE KING
Trail council will     spend $125 on a
new wire fence for the cemetery.
WANT  ADVTS.
FOR    SALE—Fumed Oak     Sideboard |
in   excellent     condition, a bargain
Apply 210 Second Street West.
FOR SALE—Buckskin Horse, suitable for driving, riding or packing,
$30.00. Apply A. V. Kelly, Columbia
Bridge.
NOTICE.
This is to certify that I will not be
responsible lor any debts incurred hy
my wife, En.ma Roberts, after thia
date.
W. H. ROBERTS.
NOTICE.
In the County Court of West Koob»
enay holden at Revelstoke. In the
matter of the estate of Jenny Lind
Kirk, late of Arrowhead, British Columbia, deceased, and in the matter
of the "Administration Act."
Take notice that by order of Hia
Honor, Judge Forin, made tbe 14tbi
day of July, 1916, I was appointed
administrator of the estate and effects of Jennie Lind Kirk, deceased,
and all parties having claims against
the said estate are hereby required to
furniBh Bame, duly verified, to me oa
or before the 15th day of August.
1916. And all parties indebted to the.
above estate are required to pay tha
amount of their indebtedness to me
forthwith.
Bated this 21st day of July, 1916.
ROBERT GORDON,
Official Administrator*
cnile    Fr;.
tainment  stnrtinz at
advt.  in  thin newspaper      To    give
every on> a chance to see J :;"n'
vak in Graft,    there -a ill  be a 'how
at r.15.
WEDNESDAY     and    Matinee
Third  Triangle  production,
mony, featuring Julia Dean
,ef Mr.  .and  Mrs.   Robert     Gordon    of
ttoke.
iM>—     a  paper    mill at Appleton, Win., Is
Mat.ri- ,nHt,aiuni. a  plant for   the     manufac-
Julia  tjire of    wood     alcohol  from digeuter
Dean makes a wonderful tratalorm- |lquor| „ wnnfr, prodnct in the manu-
atlon from n neglected wife to a facture ol rhernleal wo-dpulp. From
gay social butterfly in this new n „rl,Kjr __aHt(s of VA<m Eft||on|,
Trlnnele play. 5 parts, Tbe Btolen ,,nl,V| |t ,„ tTf)eett6 t0 „,,-„„ i.oofl
MaglC with Raymond HltCbOOCk, .,a„on- .„ wr,or, ft|e0»,nl, If t.he pro-
Mabel Norman and Mark Bennett, 8 f„-_ thn,||f1 provf, th. IU00M| e^i^rt
parts. Usual Wednesday prices. for ,t by ,t„ )n7P.,or ^g preMnt
THTTRnDAY-Jesse L. Lasky pre- .nBt ,,, prodaclng woo(,.nlroh„; by
sents Ite  crentest   'notion     picture: ,,._ ,,„,„,„„,,  prf)r|)R_ ,„ ftppro7|mBtft-
The Golden Chance,    featuring cieo ,y 27 mu p(i_ ^^   ^ hy    th-
HJdpeley.    nnd  Wnllner  Reid       This rfiw     prorr(lf,     |t ,„ r^mfA thftt «,,
picture is ample proof of  what caa fogt ,.,„ n0(. MMed |4 cr,nt,
be    extracted     from modern life In
the way of romance and    sentiment     Amid harsh  purgatives for children
If one has a     real     divining     rod.   fiexnll Orderlies   ire sure,    safe     nnd
Don't miss this feature. , gentle; 15c and -T.c.    Sold only nt W.
Money   Orders
Dominion  ICxpress Money Orders
STEAMSHIP   TICKET   AGENT
INSURANCE
NOTARY l'i BLK
W. II. HOROBIN
Nbxt   to   Post   Ofph k
ALL  ABOUT  B       SHINGLES,
U.m   w   R   Ross, Minister of Lands
has approved tbe issue '.f Timber Se-
.   i-   entitled "Rrlttsh
.   Red Cedar   Ibtngles."    This
ge leaflet denls with shingles
rnaniitneteited frr,m the famous red
redur Umber Of the province, and
thou    how to get tbe best value from
•i proper laying, Useful information about the various grades Is
given, (i« well as the particular uses
for irhlcfc they ,ire suitable, the right
kind dt nails to use, nnd how to prepare and lay shingles to secure the
best, reqtilf*, are contained In t.he bulletin, which mnv be had upon application to the Forest Branch, Victoria
ADVERTISE
The modern  merchant, pondered
Upon the ways of mem
Who take ns their example
The Mplder tn his den.
"Let, others,  If tbey will,"  quoth he
"'Lie low and wnlt for files
In a dingy, coh-webbed corner,
THE     CANADIAN    BANK
OF   COMMERCE
Capital $15,000,000. Reserve $18,500,000.
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
Accounts may be opened and operated by mail
MONEY   ORDERS
Issued liy this hank form a most Convenient way  of remitting smull
Hums of money by mail ami may be obtained  without delay
SAFETY   DEPOSIT BOXES
to rent information regarding whicli will be furnished  on  application
REVELSTOKE BRANCH W.J.COULTHARD Manager
WHITE    FOOTWEAR
Ladle's White Canvas Button Boots $2 ..<> to $8.00
Ladies White Canvas Pump and Oxfords $2.00 to $2.75
Ladle's White Canvas Mary Jones   $2.1 HI
Children's White Nubuck Boots aud slips $2.40 to $8.00
Infants White Kid Boots and slips $.50 to $1.50
White Canvas and Buck   Dressing  25i:
White kid Shoe Dressing 25c
White Pump Bows 20c
oMcRAE SHOE STORE, Howson Block
Suit Caiot, atoamor Trunks Phono 217 Sandals, Tonnis Shoes
Factory Phone 261
P.O.Box 181
Residence Phone 2.'ll
Revelstoke Sash and Door Factory
O. W. Abrahamson, Proprietor
We can (ill any orders of windows or doors or anvthitiR
in the factory line
We   also   carry   a  complete steck of building materals
LUMBI.R,SHINGLES,LATHS& MOULDINGS,
CEMENT, W00DFIBRE, LIME & BRICK
ESTIMATES  GIVEN   FREE
CHAS. M. FIELD
Fire Insurance [MH£3LJBB]
Accident Insurance [0,defn itf-JSPl
Life Insurance PttTSfJSL?]
Notary Public        Revelstoke       Real Estate

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