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Array HHVELSTOKH
Chid luml>erlng, railway, mln-
'»«, agricultural and navlga-
tloa centra between Oalgary
and the Pacific occur
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Vol. 23-No. 34
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IS
17 151
^ORfA, <*KS
ail-Herald
THE  MAIL-HERALD
Published  weekly—Read
by   everyone—The     recognised
advertising     medium   for   the
city and district.
''•tr
REVELSTOKE, B.C.   SATURDAY, AI JG\1ST V>. 1916
$2.50 Per Year
BRITISH COLUMBIA SOLDIERS
WHEREVER STATIONED WILL VOTE
A Poll Will be taken at Various Camps Starting Monday
—Will not be Counted Until October 12
BREWSTER AND TUPPER
HAVE LOST ALL SENSE OF
PROPORTION AND HUMOR
SOME ASK
OTHERS
FOR SCOTT
HIS ARREST
Manner of Appealing Will Draw No Support to Their Side Premier Pleased With Rapid Development of Ship build-
Nor Will it Appeal to the Fairminded '"& Industry-Wade's Insulting Letter Not Court-
All Uritish Columbia u.cn     station-1; murk ou a white card     provided    for
ed   at     the     various    concentration the    purpose,     the   number of votes     The  Review 8taU,H tllnt
.i,rr,,i„-i,mit    rhe Dominion ol I)o1I(h1 '»y  soldiers during  his time in',.    ... ...
camps     thiougtioiit    tui. uuiuiu-uu "i "lirst    time a manifesto has
Canada, will be entitled to a vote onl COUNTED,  OCTOBER   12 ■ by a l,oliUcal  le»<l('i'     to
the coming B.O. election and all such^ Th(,M(, bag8 _m the|j bg {onvarcled sailors and Boldlers serving
totes will be registered. Oapt. VV. K.t() t|l(, deputy retul.nmg Beci.etary o( ten88 o) th(, ,.,,,,,„,,," ami
Cox,  of the 143rd Bautam  battalion, ni.uisl| Co|u
.   , ,,, ,, ,.,. -ambia by the presiding of- "the lofty tunc" of the appeal
tas been accredited to take a poll ai ficerKi     who wi„ llepogit thcm jn the
various  dates,  starting      at      Sarcee, vault until October 12
camp on August 15. j all  be opened nnd counted
Cox arrived in    Calgary     on
Oapt.
aud    proceeded     to     Sarceo
provincial     election foi
'lor     the wholesale corruption. A chanco is now
been sent afforded to save  British Columbia as
Canadian 5'"" are re8Cuin8   unhappy     Belgium.
It is not a light    for parties, but of
the people against  ollicial     wrongdo
ing."
It cannot bo    described     as     other
This is a lair specimen of the LOF- than regrettable that a political par-
when they will TY ideals ol  the leaders ol the liber-  ty  in Camilla,    imbued     with     little
il party. more     than partisan motives, should
eously Answered
With the Wade-Steers section ol the trusting th.   Liberal     bopee    to Mr.
in     de-
dwells on
The B.C.
civilians will
Is not the liberal candidate in this
compare tbe  travail  of    downtrodden
Liberal p.uty shouting for immunity
for Scot t ui 11 anothi i sec! ion declai
lng that their wholi object In trying
to bring the prodigal back [rom Seat
lie would bo deteated il he were .-ran
ted Immunity, the Attorney-General
is having a, bard time with the Liberals. Mr, K.  .-i.  Wade is    angry
Parker Williams—
"What is    Mr. Parker    Williams?"
tue  Pi • ::■■' :    '■'• as  ul ■   I,
Mr, Bowsei considered loi a minute
or two and then gave it up. "1 don't
know," be said at length.
"Will the Order-in-Council providing : : ' tment of si rul In-
eers at the poUing ol ballots a    sell
forgets itself as to intimate that by voting for a certain
set of men.   soldiers  will do     almost
*°?y sL'JTSwS a.;:;: ;:,;r*;;;; _TTV H Bn?tlie :rridlng '"'",i1 ,,f thai,arti3an motives - ^^ ™«™ **. sordid
camp,      wucrt   ae   '•""'l'"-1'-" linns    will  not be announced    mined- and  LOFTY  Ideals ,,f Hie lendera -.i„,.ti...      a  l.l
ments at headquarters     to interview ^   |)nt tbe ^ The CalgU HraW say • n    *\   " 7™""* ? *
battaliou commanders for   Permission be ^^^ ^ *«    Herald   ay , T,omtaion        A,     party    organization
to gam access to their nomina1 raU. „„    ,„„     soUUer,   ^ ^ ,_   ' ^     ^h  C- anf H. ^
ao that all  British Columbia men,*, very     [mportant bearing on ^ ^ ^^^  ^^  q{  ^  fl ^
UtTJi^izi^oZd^i^jxTirT^a,lowo<1 "n,r:u,"":,;s'aman,festo or ap-aa ',,,,ch ^to>—ity-**
Witn tne auu in oraei  to give the B.O. men now on  peal has been sent to     thc     soldiers are     doing in  fighting the battles of
T'l £££ u, r«. irr,"*" ™i" - - - - z:7::v:r7"7:z _s__ -r^r.
'-fi^rsI r^sr-TtS: __2 --Mr •____ ^7«.z^rSvzFZ
= ™S 5 -TCir?-* *- -'~— =——s££rTr5
claims the"    are over GO    Z ttZ   -^     l*Tt ^'^ °' ""' " ^ ^^  **  " *» ^ °1"' *m I"'°"nCW and ^ "y a
claims there the service. He contemplates complet- the manner  In which they have word- belted knight   who is a son of a lor-
mg the rounds of mobilization camps ed It  is cither fortunate or calculated mer premier of Canada   one   of '  the
n'tVr t S'v T""iS Ume' WheD hC WiU ,0 "raW S"PP°rt t0 tbe"* 8idc'     then Dominion's       illustrious       founders,
return to Victoria to re-join his regi- surely  tbey  are very much mistaken,    makes it all the worse.
"Here is a sample of the argument     "Fair-minded  men—and women
cause a letter calling thc Premlei' a ,.s at the counting satisfy tbe Liber-
poltroon and some ..tber things Mas als?" the Premier Weas ..-ked. It will
not been courteously answer.'.l. and be remembered that the city Libei il
Mr. William Steers, whose particular executive asked I i the appointment
wing of the party is said to consist ol these additional scrutineers.
largely of himself, is angry because "l don't think so," replied Mr.
the Premier has not replied tu an Bowser with a smile. "I don't krow
epistle nearly as abusive as that ot what i lo to satisfy them,
the leader of the Scott  section of his The Order-in-Co                 ,-ides  fur ev
il.ent.
tario. In the last
Capt. Cox ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
B.C. men stationed, as all artillery
units are trained there and British
Columbia lias recruited the major
portion ot western gunners.
THOROUGH SYSTEM.
The polling ol election votes among
the .-i,iJier* will be 'lone in the most
thorough and systematic manner.
Bpecial plans have been adopted to
warrant thc utmost secrecy and fairness    at the military polls and being     	
..  non-partisan,  tbe    captain     claims
that   no coercive methods will exist Much Work Handed in—Ship
to influence     the     soldiers   vote any     men| ma(je t{)   Headquarters
ery protection that It Is    possible to
Ive ' he   • iters.     It \ r ividi s for tha
ipi oinl menl ers   represent
ing    all   partli i and all sides e.f the
ist. ies to    e decided at   the    >
election,    Everycne else i have heard
RED CROSS
CLEAR $170
_, too
used: 'You have long known the re- —will find it hard to believe that
cord of the present government. Their such tactics will prove successful in
tenure of office has been marked hy the interests of those who have em-
rxtravauance,      incompetency nnd  ployed them."
with this entertainment.
were     placed in the
soldiers' vote any
more than In a civic election. Deputy
returning otlicers wlll be appointed at
■every camp, military   i.en in all cases
party.
Asked his attitude on the matter,
Premier Bowser had little to say.
Notwithstanding the petitions and
counter-petitions ol Cue Liberals,
.-,ome seeking one thin,' and some another, he would continue to do his of seems to e sat sfled ivitb it and
i.,ity as Attorney-General. The Pre- some are even annoyed that s.i many
mier has received news from constit- precautions are taken,
uencles all over the province predict- "But the Liberals will not be sating a solid Conservative victory isfled. They will commie their char-
throughout British Columbia. -,,s that I the     vote
"Notwithstanding 'The Sun's'    hys- will be carrie.I on.    It  reminds me ol
terical     reports of the Brewster-Mac- tbe cry of "■•■■ hen there la
donald   tour Indicating a triumphant no 'wolf.' "
march everywhere, I see     that    they     Mr, Bowser expressed   ;reat     pleas-
lave enlisfd the good services of the  ure at the : .     I 	
Socialist   candidate in Prince George  -hipbuildini '.sir;,    bere,  ..-.'..1 r—
and dropped their own nominee alto- ported  that  tbe  new   - Credits
—Royal Visit
The Bed Cross Society held its usu-
tieing given the     position;     civilians      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^ —-^	
will     only    be considered when it has  al meeting Wednesday in    the library of  Revelstoke.  Tbeir Koyal  Highness- ers    were
been found utterly  m possible to pro* of the Y.M.C.A., under the presidency, es the     Duke and     Ducliess    of Con- Blacklock,
cure the service of a man in khaki.        of Mrs.  Kiljiatrick. The minutes were "s1'*^1^	
All soldiers over 21 years of age read and passed and much business "lul sllite visited our city- Though .-.ssisted by Mr. Campbell of the Can
who have been residents of British transacted. A shipment was received tllelr V1Slt was '"''"'"'a1 the local Red adian Freight Association and Mr.
Columbia for six months or more from Nakusp and to that auxiliary tross societ>M m view of H.R.H. the M. K. McQuarrie, and to them, and
will be eligible   to     cast a vote and the local branch feel   most     grateful Duchcss of Connaught being President Messrs. Pottrufl,  Maley,    and     many
was privileged to meet the Royal ethers who so willingly gave of their
| arty and splendid bouquets, the Lest in providing the lovely flowers
.M.wers of whi.h were all grown lo- and emblems, the Revelstoke Red
rally, were presented by the following Cross Society tenders its most grate-
ladlC8: fui thanks nnd appreciation.
To H.R.H.  the Duchess     of     Con- - .
Daught by Mrs. N. R. Brown. |    It is worth while to remember that
To H.R.H.  the    Princess     Tatrlcia dohn T. Scott,
and  Miss D.  Yorke     by     Mrs. B. R.  Wright,
'ilacklock.
To Miss Adair, by Mrs. T.
rick.
gether,"      remarked     the       Premier,  board     would     | I • ''.lately
THK RO.AL VISIT. The Ddchess    expressed her admira-   'They   said they were going to have with its work. The Agricultural (red-
Last Wednesday there was to meet- tion at the beauty of the     bouquets a clean sweep all over   the    country,  its Board had aln le     bans
lng ol the Red Cross society and de- r.nd requested that they be placed in nnd that the opinion ol    tbe     whole ■ .ei  would  mako
tails of tbe Royal visit are given this ber private drawing room on the province was absolutely for the Lib- :""re as soon as the preliminary de-
week. July 28 was a red-letter day in Royal car. The committee in charge erals. And yet we find them opposed tails were arranged, Tbi I'renier
the annals of the Red Cross     Society of gathering and   preparing the flow- ly independents   in Victoria, Vancou- i aid a tribute    to    the   numbers of
Mrs. Downs,     Mrs. B. R.  ver and a -treat number of other con- both commissions and particularly t.»
Mrs.  N.  R.  Brown,     Mrs. stituencies.     In    Ladysmith  they are Mr. Frederick Buscombe,     the     local
H.R.H. the Princess Patricia A.  B. Miller.    These ladies'were ably not    runn'ng   any candidate, but en- member of t mmlsslon.
of work re-
utilize in every way   their     electoral f.ir their untiring eflorts
franchise as granted hy the "Military      The following is a list
Forces     Voting Act,"  passed on May ceived to date:
SI, 1916. i     Mrs. Foote, Sr., 15 pairs socks.
Having gained access to the nomin-      Mrs.  J. L. Smith, 3 pairs socks,
al rolls of thc     various     battalionB,      Mrs.   Soames,   Mrs.  Roberts,      Mrs
Capt.    Cox     will    make a list of tho  Tame, Mrs.  McAlpine, Mrsf Jollifle, 3
B.C.  men.    their regimental numbers   puirs socks each.
names and former addresses. Follow- Mrs. T. E. Root, a Friend, Mrs. C.
ing this he will segregate their., into R. Macdonald, Mrs. Pauldinir, Mrs. J.
their respective constituencies and 1 aimer, Mrs. G. Edwards, Mrs. Mor-
having appointed a deputy returning i is. Miss Ali;e Morrig, 1 pair socks
oflicer     will call .or a vote    between euch.
specified dates.     B.C. provincial elec |    The Naomi     Lodge    Rehekahs,    10
tins   will be held at  Sarcee camp he- shirts.     Mrs.    J. H.     Armstrong,   2
tween     August    15 and 27,  inclusive,  shirts and 1 suit pyjamas. Mrs. G. R.
and Lieut. J. A. Greenhill     will   act Miller,  1 suit     pyjamas.
as deputy     returning ollicer for mill- sewing.
tary district No.  13. Mrs. J, c.  English cut out G shirts.
THREE BALLOTS  PROVIDED. The shipment received *rom Nakusp
Deputy provincial secretary will be is as follows. Revelstoke contribution,
liotified that a vote is to be taken on ^0 pairs socks; Nakusp contribution, m
the specified dates so that be may 6 suits pyjamas, U helpless shirt-,
duly inform all candidates fn order 100 pairs socks, 2 nightshirts, 12
that they provide scrutineers at the suits pyjamas, | hot water bottle co-
polls.- However, in the case of bat- vers, 1 extra cover, old linen.
talions shortly to proceed for ovcr-i Shipped to headquarters, Toronto,
sens servic. a Vote will bc taken August 10 3g pairs convalescent
without the formal notification so shoes, 10 day shirts, 14 helpless shirts
that all men may have the same op- 100 pairs socks, 2 niebtshirts, 12
portunity to exercise their franchise, j suits     pyjamas,     1 hot water bottle
Three ballots    will be supplied ench covers, 1 extra cover,
voter,     one bearing the names o* tho     Two donations of $1 each    were renominated candidates for the provin- ceived from Mrs. W. Fleming an.l tin
cial seats,    another pertaining to tho R Law, with    many thanks fr..m the
Woman Suffrage bill and    the     third   local Red Cross.
"Prohibition for the Province of Bri-1    Will all wishing to become members
tish Columbia."    Having marked the of thc Red Cross sooiety kindly hand
three ballots the   voter     wlll     place  in their names before next Wednesday
then   in an envelope specially provid- in order to  compile the list which
ed for military     purposes and seal it  required    for publication at an
in    the presence of the returning ofll- "late.
cer. The form on the outside of the As a result of the splendid enter-
Onvelope must then be filled in nnd tainment given by the Vancouver Ju-
the returning officer will signify tbat venile Frivolities under Mrg. J. H.
the vote has been duly sworn before "erehaw and MIbs Mollison the local
bim by affixing his signature to the "''d Cross benefited by the net sum
back of the envelope. Each voter will "' *112.35. A word in passing must
■iieposit his envelope in the specially 1,e tiven to these ladles lor the treat
manufactured canvas bag, which Is Which was given by their little char-
provided with a rectangular wooden ■"» "nd their return vtalt may be ex-
top, bound to the canv„s ,,n all sides pected nt an early date,
by tbreo ply nf copper wire and sc- The net proceeds from the produc-
cured with the British Columbia gov- tlOB of "In limnv France" amounted
ornment seal In the centre of the j to 167.98, and reflected (treat credit
wooden top there ls „ narrow silt, I OH the manner in which Mr W. Mr-
eut obliquely for the purpone of de-l DoBald had trained the performers,
positing the envelopes. A leather flapl'» so short a time. To Messrs. f.
covers th,? aperture from the inside McCarty, 0, B, Home, N u nrown
nnd this prevents nny of the votes' W. A. Gordon, C. R. Mncd.innld. J.
being withdrawn from the receptacle,! Mclntyre and Pvte. F. Terry many
After the rlose of Ihe voting |n ench thanks nre given for their klndnc-s
district     the     presiding    nftlcers will and courtesy in
COUNCIL MET
LAST NIGHT
No   Very   Importanl Eusiness
Transacted—Questions on
Upkeep of Side Walks
LIBERALS ARE
LOSING OUT
IN FIGHT
alias Stewart, alias
former Liberal organizer, bas
. 1 een in Canada since the exposure of
Kilpat- his   crime. He made a secret visit to
| Victoria  while  the  investigation pro-
The bouquets of   the     Duchess and ceeded.   Mr. M. A. Macdonald was in
Princess Patricia consisted of red and private conference with him. After he
white     roses,   emblematic of thc Red hnd been secretly sent away and was
Cross society,    surrounded by gypso- safe in Seattle the desire to get   him
phila and foliage, thai; of Miss Yorke Jback was expressed. If Mr. Macdonald  about the horse and
consisted       of       sweet      peas     and lend only mentioned thnt his old com
foliage,      and     Miss     Adam's     bou-  lade was om this side
The question of securing a pound-
keeper came in for a great deal of
consideration at the postponed council meeting held last night, Many
con.plaints had been received from
residents
Optimistic ReporiS Received by
Premier Bowser aii along
Line   of   Travel
The
qiiet   of   mauve cosmos.     Also    two  simple it would all have been
of the line how
The end  ol the dual  administration
of the Dominion ParK, which has been
such a source of tribulation    to    the
in     all    parts of the city people of this   district,  was pre.-.,.' 1
cow    nuisance.   by jIr   Rt F   Green,  M.iM, who, witb
council have tried repeatedly to  premier     Bowser      f,   . ■   to a great
secure some one to do the     work but
BO far their efforts have been unavail
18
early
PUBLIC MEETING
WILL BE HELD IN THE
Opera  House  Revelstoke
ON
THURSDAY, AUGUST.  17. AT 8 P.M.
SPEAKERS
Premier-Hon. W. J. Bowser
R. F. Green M. P.
Hon. Thos. Taylor
AND   OTHERS
EVERYBODY INVITED
SEATS  RESERVED FOR LADIES
WATCH FOR PQHTERS
lng. It was finally decided that A. F.
Lundell instruct his men to go over
the city and Impound all stray anl
mals.
The matter ol the state of the Bldl -
walks  also      received     Conslderati  ...
ilis Worship stated that   there
such a thing as false    economy    and
that    le- could not see bow the
tion could be deferred,     it    was ex
plained     by Aid. Bource that it was
no use putting   down      new  I links  as
the sills  were rotten.      Aid.    Hobson
was in  favor ol building    new     sub-
walks at  "lice .<n certain streets,  but
no decision  was     i,rrived     at.     Aid.
Smythe Btrongly objected t.e the side
walk near the Y.M.C.A.    being     torn
up and gravel being substituted, stating  that  teamsters hauling coal    had
broken! the planks nnd     thought that  ..
cither     the Y,M.C.A. or the teamster
should be made to pay the damage.
...A letter   was    read   do':.   IM   (M   Rankin, asking that he bo appointed bill
poster     for    the city, stating that be
bad put up a number    of     up-U\-date
bill boards valued at Ssil.).      He drew
attention     to the fact that bills and
Signs were at  present    posted     indiscriminately     throughout     thc     city,
which did not give it a very neat appearance. The letter was     referred to
audience in the banquet hall ol the
Mount Stephen Hotei tt Field on
.Saturday evening.    The Federal gov-
: is.il.'-
tlon In the area
Itb   represent  tivi       ol   the otl.-
was Witb a vi.'a  ■ '■' ■■ I '
of the i • tory   to
all  interests.    T
Mav  a definite      ••
when ■ i
Thi   i ■ ■ part)    i eached     thc
•   ■     Dt   In   their  tl ird  tour  this
trip    Irom
.ist. At many points aloi    I   i
line friends ol tbi   i ren lei    tra
short     distances    with    bim,    and
•  report!  that     the    Liberals
were    losing  out  in their fight.     The
re; 'eit       ol   'te    II   :      I '   i ;.as TayMn .
■   'Works,  nnd a  dcle-
L'ati'.ii  ..f   I'e        • citizens was  es»
; ' ciallj    ipl Monday the
party will move on tu 'M.Mien, which
will be the starting point cf the tour
. f the I'..bin,bia Valley.
In speaking befon 'ns own couttt-
ucnts, Mr. Creen took part in provincial polltleCS in Field ,or the first
time since his elect,.ri to the Federal
House. He explained that he was not
speaking In th<- interests of the Pom-
voluntarlly helping |g|
inl.m    Government, hut lo the inter-
the bylaw    committee who will bring „ts of f |   . ITtniment in the province.
The Premier, in a regular fighting
speech, reviewed the work ct the government last session and dealt ln
plain terms with tie Liberal opposl-
ti'ii   He was  particularly     emphatic
  _     in his references   to the Liberal cam-
. | an account for the firemen's wages at   pft|gn of vlilificatlon,
the roeoat flre was held over.
in a report at the next meeting.
A letter was received from T. J.
Wadman, Dominion Lands Agent, advising the city that his department
would reserve tbe portion of the Park
asked for by the city as a watershed.
At the suggestion of Aid.     Smythe PACK TWO
THE  MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,  AUGUST 12,  1916.
Ubc flfcaU-lberalo
Published every Saturday at
KKVHLSTOKK.   11.  ('
cj7Vl til-Herald Publishing
Company, Limited
F.  E. GIGOT,  Manager and    Editor
The light in this riding will be
"straight," as far as the Conservative party is concerned.
The Review lias lost faith in tbo
liberal party and is relying on the
Independent vote to help them.
IN     -,  ^_'.VAJ1EL>
SATURDAY,  AUGUST 12,  1916,
HON. THOS. TAYLOR
In c iM-,. I  to    Dr,  W,  ll.    Sutherland  .-    .  "   '    '■     eef    .-I-,'  ping    ;,1!    (level.'1'
■   thi   Ri   cl toke i lectoral dis-
i net  '.'-■   ii- ,'e tbi nidid     red ird of
;. 'i bos. 'i e\ loi.     Minister ol
-!   :  -
Is I      i        ii ei vial M   r rd?   <Mm
i reeoi d lil e the   following be dupll-
ted In Canada? We think  n. t.
...       ! ■   ,vas     !'• cons! rue! lng     his
•   premier 1 lov si r «us bourl- to
strength   .vbich  would be
■  to it  by a   nan «ho, as Min-
:   .     -    '•■ orks i.i ei spi nl   $35,
l.OO and not ngli   dollar had
-.11 in,  Thomas Tay
lor     may now  be known a6  "Thirty-
illie •' Taylor,"  in addition    to
i, -     other     t;ualincation    of   "Goi >.-
Taylor."
; .Ily bi ' ■ d    from
ind del   ierati   manner    that
■ nergy and acl Ion
I    .'-    -  ■   lie,.-'ll.'S
I.   .'. ith the    possible
iei    Hon. Thos.
is    tl :;. -st      ii
pen ■ ibilities
:. I ; ■■  .   • en  borne
he 1'ub-
.ccounts Co      ittee that  out ol
had
-   di liar had
•
this    record     •'• .it      thi
i Thos. Tayl I     returned
■ :     ' '    I '.
THEBRE\
busi-
.\t Dr, W. 11. Sutherland's con.
mittee rooms "loaded cigars" are being kept in stock. Of course, this is
in keeping with the liberal policy,
tf you want to see the Revelstoke
electoral district and otber districts
in B.C. administered undei n business
government vote for Hun. Thos
Taylor.
ture when they come back, but he
might use his influence to have them
elected by acclamation next week.
This would be all the more becoming
Inasmuch as the Liberals have not
placed any soldier candidates in the
tield.—Vancouver  News-Advertiser.
The Review Is counting on a majority of H"1' for Dr. Sutherland. It
a. very modest In its demands, Maj
■i' ty   wlll count —but   the     majority
Will      nOt      i'i-      eeU      t|l        Sl'll' till' K . ' V i C W
\i>. cts i! to be,
Remembei  th   '*30..rd   Seattle   Bat-
n." vihy is the lb", lew bo sure
thai Dr. UM ll. Sutherland will be
'li rere i itially sure ol tho
Vancodvi r by. - lectloi s.    it   is up t
. msei retire ln this ruling to
■•"WATCH the liheral machine."
Tin Ri '■■ i v. is already ap] i a ng Mer
.,,!' s for I ■'. W. il. Sutherland. It
•,,ys:
"The GANG  wants yom    VOTE—
i ou need the money,
"Play your game—they will   play
you."
Rather a crude method   ol   appeal
ing!
"'     [. llowing appi ared in    the Re-
■ his   wei k.     The suppi rti rs   il
11 in, Thos. Taj Met-     were     d .ubtless
if t Ins rt ithotit tl.e      -  ' ■   i I
:i-.  Suthi rland e    r :an.
■■ ier ■ •:-  rs  will see     tl   I      you
.•an vol please, wil    iut  ir>
: .     machine     gang
thout tl
• :. Hot."
er    of
Revelsto • ling in
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The great Liberal bluff iB beginning
to wear thill, and the light is showing through. The Immaculate leader,
who had such a walkover in the byc-
electlon in Victoria and was to have
another walkover at t.he gencial elec-
. ...ii. in hanging out signals ol distress, and In the effort to ensure a
safe harbor is running for two purls
—Victoria and Alberni. This ill accords with the optimistic declaration
.if "sweeping the country" nnd burying the Government under a slide. It
looks a great deal more like a case
if "sauve qui  pent."
Nomination proceedings were very
quiet iu Cranbrook, only the two
party nominations being made.
The lirst nomination made was that.
,,[ Thomas Donald Caven, railway
conductor of Cranbrook, proposed ly
Lester Clapp, seconded by NM Hanson
with Alfred Clay Smith, .1. P. Fink
and A. .1. Halnient assenting to the
nomination. A, J, liniment has been
named financial  agent.
The second nomination was James
Horace King, physician of Cranbrook
proposed by Charles Reginald Ward,
seconded by Joseph Jackson, with
Charles John Little, John Henry
Mav.s and Thomas Summers assenting tn the nomination. A. li. Macdonald, financial agent.
The policy ..f How.  Lorne Campbell
Minister   of Alines, in opening up the
i ineral    sections ..f the Provinc   by
means ol roads and trails cannot  fail
in have a beneficial efiect    on     pros-
- and    the obtaining e.f Inform-
of much value t.. engineers and
' irs.  Mr.  Cam] hi I!  also declares
■ r ol having all    metals    pro-
ii    the country refined within
Ms border. This  policy   wlll stimulate
manufacturing  Industries     using   the
• i adding largely
the   employment of labor and th"
el    or h; di ■ -electric     power   in
hen that     has    hitherto
Bt p irt  pi rformed    in
nited  States.
every man in uniform an opportunity
to exercise his franchise and whb
would have a greater right to vote
than be has.' But if we appointed any
particular voting day for all the soldiers in the old country, in Bermuda
and in Canada only a fraction of
them could vote.
"Many of the soldiers will have left
for France between nomination day j
and the day selected for voting, while!
other battalions might be moving
from one camp to another, or be]
called out of camp on duty unexpectedly."
Apart from the issues which lie between the government and the opposition the voters on Sept.. l-l will de-|
ci.le if British Columbia is to have
prohibition and woman suffrage. The
questions are not party issues. Tbo
fate of woman BUflrage and the fate
ol the prohibition bill depend upon
whether tbey receive a majority or
minority of the votes cast upon the
two referendums which are being sub-
i iitch
ll a majority of the voters supports
prohibition the referendum will be-
come effective mi July l next. If a
majority is against it tbe measure is
Milled. The same conditions govern
the suffrage referendum.
Neither referendum Is what is commonly called a "'political Issue." Conservatives, Liberals and Socialists
will  he found voting in favor of it.
TOMORROWS SERVICES
CATHOLIC.
St.  Francis church,  McKenzie Ave.
end Fifth street,  Pastor,  Rev.   J.  0.
MacKenzie.   Suudny    services:— Low
Mass at 8 a.m. and High MaBS at
10:30  a.m.   every     Sunday.      Sunday
cbool for tbe children at '.Mill p.m.,
Penedictton and Rosary at 7:3(1 p.m.,
', onfessions Saturday I to 6 and 7::ii)
tee '.' p.m. and Sunday morning 7:30
to 8.    Weeks days:—Mass every morn-
Dg at 7 o'clock, Confessions before
NMass.   First  Fridays —Msbs  at  8  a.
". Benediction and Rosary at 7:30
p. m.
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METHODIST CHURCH
Corner ol  McKencle Avenue   and
Third Street).
• The   Apotheosis     .'I     friendship"!
will i-e the topic at  the morning Ber.
vice tomorrow,  "Chriest and tbe Car-J
dinal  Points ,.f Life"  will  be the sub
■  - ei t he e\' ning address,
Mrs, W.  n child     of Wlnnl-
'....i    .it the King Edward
hotel on  Wednesday.
l-M  Logan  in 1 M.ss W. I-..  Lo-
Victoria ivere guests   at     the
•simr  Edward  hotel  "ii  Wednesday.
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h:ad office: Toronto
A   Bt nesa   conducted  in all   its
lin.nches.
Drafts,  Money Orders and  Letters of Credit
3 throughout the world. 7
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the liberal   machine In Vancouver bo
fore the bye elections..
GILLETTS
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CLEANS-DISINFECTS
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POLITICAL NOTES
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These ;,.<•  Mr     I fl    Wood
ol    Mberr.il,     Mr. W, ll   H
han, Mr. W   W, Po tei     '■     the
Islands, Mt   v    i. Mai Di its
i nd   Dr.  'I i. loi     ■■' Mr.
rirewi tei     il thl do  fori <■ than apply
bis  protrise   ubout   returned      soldiers
to these candidates,     He cannot provide a place for tbem ID the L'tM Mi
ll. A.    ;iinl    I,A
lets, prices
0, I 60, 2.00 and 8 00
£adies' Summer Undervests
■■e  and 35c
Porous Knit Ui P .;.„.
Shoes jor &oys
-h for the boys.   These shoes will
I hard wear and look neal and stylish,   prices
$.'{.00 and 8.60
Fred Young & Co,
THE     CANADIAN    BANK
OF   COMMERCE
Capital $15,000,000. Reserve $13,600,000.
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
Accounts may lie opened and operated by mail
MONEY   ORDERS
Issued by this bank form a most Convenient wav of remitting small
sums of money by mail and may he obtained without delay
SAFETY   DEPOSIT BOXES
to rent Information regarding which will be furnished on applioation
REVELSTOKE BRANCH W.J.OOULTHARD Manager
Factory Phone _iol
P.O.Box I'll
Residence I'honc 2.11
Revelstoke Sash and Door Factory
O. W. Abrahamson,   Proprietor
We can lill any orders of windows or doors or anything
in the factory line
We  also  carry  a  complete stock of building materals
LUMBER.SHINGLES.LATHS& MOULDINGS,
CEMENT, WOODFIBRE, LIME& BRICK
ESTIMATES  GIVEN   FREE
What's in a Name ?
Well, It just depends. When you hoar ot Hobson's Br<eed
you naturally feel hungry. The crisp brown exterior and
the appetising white inside are both signs of ths food
flour we use and the care we take to bake It just right.
Try it for yourself—we do not fear the result.
Phone -11
ECO-Bsonsrs
Box 731
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
F. B. WELLS
Men's Outfitter
Fur Buyer	
Complete   Line   of   MENS  WEAR
Union Hotel
A. P. L1.VKSQUK, Proprietor
FIRST STREET,   REVELSTOKE, IJ. C.
Delicious Vegetables, &c, fresh from own Ranch
O R I F MT A I      Sui'tabl-v furnished with the
HOTEL
J. Albert Stone, Proprietor
choicest the market affords.
Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars. Rates $1 a day.
Monthly rates.
IMPURE  DRINKING WATER IS
THE FRIEND OF DISEASE
Our CARBONATED BEVERAGES are manufactured from absolutely pure syrups and thrice filtered water. Their use Is beneficial to HEALTH and a preventative of DISEASE.
Try our Ginger Ale, Cream Soda, Ginger Beer, &c. The mountain wnter is not Simon   Pure in the good old summer time.
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Wholesale Dealers
Direct Importers SATURDAY,  AUGUST 12, 1916.
THE   MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
PAGE   THROW.'
THE TRUTH ABOUT "66"
1. On April 17th, 1916, nfter long
debate, the House of Commons at
Ottawa passed Bill (ill (known as the
Doherty Act) and which is entitled
"An Act in aid of Provincial Legisla-(
tion prohibiting or restricting the
sale or use of intoxicating liquors."  |
2. On Mny 5th the Senate approved
and the Act came into force.
I. un May 8th an open   letter   net
addressed     to Mr,  Jonathan Rogers
president   of the People's Prohlbltlo
Tarty,  and  in  part as follows:
"The situation it   now     con.pletel
changed     from    what     it  was a ten
ireeks ago Inasmuch ns our    Provln
mil Parliament "an now legally enact
.-, full Prohibition   measure    My    th
passing e.f a statute   M rbiddlng   th
use     ,,<     liquor within tli.' province
that is t,, say there is no question of
ultra vires ..s the    Federal     Statut
(Doherty   Vet) will   punish any violation of Provincial law.
"You are reterred t,. the    House of
.ns     n. bates    (offlclal report)
Ottawa, Monday, April     17th,     1916,
1069, wherein th.'    Minister    of
.lustier      ii'i   his speech  in  the  11..use
said in part'— I
'The Province can protect their respective ppopli from the evils that
follow fr.'". the us» of liquor by
dealing with the use ol liquor. No
Pn v inci as 1 know has pro
hibited     th'    use   if i!'."."i.     If th.'
■•ires say  *   al   tl   y  want     the
use 'it'-'!     this      Act
will protect thi       i   I: tt.' |
"In paid        ertl toccthi r
with statements from the Prohibition
Leaders you contend that it is the
use of liquor which is the cause of
evils which you say exist and which
you state you wish to have eliminated.
"Following your statement and argument to its logical conclusion it
follows that ,ri order to cope with the
situation, the use of liquor must be
prohibited.
"It is hoped that it has been made
clear that the use of liquor can be
legally prohibited by our Provincial
Government.
"You are now asked "Is it your Intention or the intention of your or-
..-..nizntion to take advantage of the
Doherty Art backed ui, My Hon, Mr.
.• iwser's .-.iat.. er,:. and ask the Government tei ilr..ft a f"H Prohibition
Kill (prohibiting th.. use "f liquor as
well as its salr, ami have the same
submitted tee the electorate."
•I. Nelthei .Mr. Rogers nor the Pro-
MiMitie.ii Executive replied t.i this
communication, nor was any action
taken in any mann ir whatever.
5. Thr proposed B.C. Prohibition
Art has been described as a "Gold
Brick" hecause there is nothing like
i 'r ihibition in the Act.
It will a,,t reduce the sale and use
of liquor, but w-ill increase it, and
rausr other great evils in its train.
iM The People's Prohibition Party
now admit that it is not Prohibition
;,'it say that it is the strongest !• g-
islation that can Mr gotten,
DOHERTY    9AY9   REAL  PROHIBI
TION  IS  POSSIBLE.
Read the speech of Hon. C. J. Do-
ii,rty.  K.C.,  M.P.,  Minister    of    Jus-
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»' I bought it ilxivfy' years ago."
T TOWEVER, Ostermoor quality at the
""_£ famili.n rprice r> E $15.00 Ins now become
tttcr!_   '   ,      :'ble.   The constantly-
increasing o>>'t of c.ll materials used in
vi.. Osten      r M ittn lie i
!      r i..,. (, termoor standard,—or to
ir, " ii..' :'. :■::., r is unthinltal ie, and is
not .i 'Sired by tha public; therefore, We are tui.ing
the otiic-r course.
On and after August 1st, thc (j»>f £
Ostermoor Ma-tress sells at «))■*• ^«
You willingly pay er a labor-saving device or
ah rt: then why not for an evenly buoyant,
en:.', j i ' rmi rMattrei i that will give you a life.
time c I't'., .refreshing sleep comfort so vitally important
to health ?
You " ".       only nt nn Otl .Ws.
Vou ' '-t-rmonr by 11
nr   ...'. i the ttoirder rouud thl QtenC
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FOR THE
Dominion War Loan
TO BE ISSUED IN SEPTEMBER.
By purchasing a bond you will help
to WIN THE WAR and obtain for
yourself an investment of tho highest
class yielding a most attractive rate
of interest.
DEPARTMENT OF  FINANCE
OTTAWA.
tice, on April 17th, in Ottawa, speak-
lni: of Bill No.  66.
"The present measure does not propose to impose on any province a
larger measure of prohibition than
it chooses to enact for itself, but it
will effectively protect any province
to the full extent of thc Prohibition
which such province enacts for it-
self. It will protect that province
apainst being interfered with by the
bringing of liquor into that province from outside provinces. It furthermore deals with the importation so far as it prohibits the importation of liquor into a province
which has enacted a prohibitory
law, but it only prohibits that Importation t.. the extent that the
province by its legislation has evinced a desire lor prohibition. It only
prohibits the importation of liquor
into the province to be used therein
in vii lation of the law ol that pro-
rince, I1 a pie.vine.' is satisfied to
prohibit tin traffic and docs not ob-
iect to the use ol liquor within its
limits, this law will prohibit the
sending in of liquor for the purpose
■'.' being trafficked In. Tf the prov-
Inci th:nks that what it wants to
prevent is thi use ol liquor, then
cally undi i this law it will
be an offence to send liquor in for
ii use which the province has prohibited. So it leaves to the provinces t ■ | ay what prohibition they
want, leaves each community to de-
i ' :i how drastic a law is desiri
.; whatever law the province
may so enact, this legislation will
prevent it being interfered with
from outside."
GOLD  BRICK  LBUIi LATION.
7. The Merchants' Protective   Asso
elation are not advocating the enact-
mi nt '■■   l full  Prohibits ci    Law     or
any prohibitory laws, but are oppos-
sslng . f thr so-called    B.C.
Act,     on  the following
. ' ■ ;.■ < >ng others:—
1. The Paid P Prohibition
Party are endeavoring to mislead
the elei torate.
2. The raid People's Prohibition
Party    are     circulating     American
!  re      ii d     American
Ith the ad-
.   .'lii om the dis-
ot li ;uor.
3. The   Paid    People'       l rohlbitlon
,C.  Prohlbl-
loi e not  prohll :i the use
of liiuor, and that th.'ie    will     ba
just as much liquor A under
Itb  Jgh   distributed
i. The Paid    People's    Prohibition
lllli '".   that   it   Was  i:n-
possi : i  this by Provin-
1 Ut   this  is a false
' ■■      above.
Tl    Paid     Peo M s     Prohibition
Party are engaging   American   lec-
' ■: : p,   il Lni  ant  propa-
all over America, in
lort t.e drive this lake ( mnter-
feit legislation thr it gl .
>. The Paid People's Prohibition
Party, although making a house to
for funds, refuses to
ti II the ■ ".i lie how its money is bein.- expended.
Every electoi    is    name:     against
misrepresent it on.    Do not be misled
by pul ers. Read the Act.   It
Is not Prohibition you are voting on,
but the B.C   Prohibition Act.     Copy
will   be    mailed tree to anv address.
postcard to   the     Merchant^'
■   ■ •..     Association,    linom   24,
ii   la Life Building,  \ ane mver.
Advt.
the old law," said Mr. Norris in hia
speerh of acceptance. 'This I take to
be in accord with tbe Conservative)
policy and principles as laid down by
the late Premier Whitney and backed
by public sentiment.
"I also reserve the right to myself
that, pending the taking of a referendum, some amendment should be
made that will aflord the working
man who cannot import a case of
beer an easy means of getting a glass
of lager the form of this amendment,
to be a matter of government responsibility. |
"Let me say that while I am, and
will continue to be, a supporter of
the government, yet I wish to reserve]
to myself the right of urging in caucus and on the government my views
and views that  I hear    expressed    en'
peclally in reference to liquor legislation." Advt.
Miss Ella Rutherford is in Revel-
Stoke this week, the guest of Miss R.,
I^awrence.
Miss Margaret Ruckby speVt this
week end with relatives here.
Mr. Ben Firth, firewarden at Taft,
paid a business visit here Saturday.
Mrs, Paul Storey of Taft and Miss
Helen Smith of Notch Hill visited
with Mrs. Stewart  one dav last week
Ltits ol rr,osei,ntoes here at present,
and the wild raspberry crop is going
to waste, as no one seems to b«
brave enough to venture up the buah
with the mosquitoes so numerous*
Those who have been up that wajt
report e heavy crop of wild berries.
Har ild Vines of C'alpary spent Sun-<
day here with Vi. S. Stewart and d.4
a bit "f fishing with no luck at all.
S
"Dry" Mayo,-1
Aids falcons
Hen In   111,  Aug I, i B| eclal i.—May-
e.r Gn I a J •■..!  ago 00     the
■dry ticket, cast the deciding vote Mist
! Ighl whirl gave this 'Ity a Snluoil
ordinance. Thirty saloons, which have
it ing here for months without licenses, will now be legalised.
The town returned to the wet column
■ Mist spnng after two years ol "blind
tiger" experience. Advt.
Deserves Right        )
To Own Views
Toronto,    Aug.   3.—.lames     Norris,
•vb.. had refund    nomination as Con-
• ... candldatt in the  Southwest
Toronto bjre-dectlon, for business rea
tOMi    was again nominated nt a second Convention tonight, and accepted. |
it  Mas been    opened for a bye-
t>. fill tho vacancy caused by
the    death   of Hon.  J, J, I'M.y.    The
Liberals    have not yet chosen a candidate.
"I favor submitting to the peoplo
il n,- with, or as part of thc referendum on prohibition thc question of a
herr and win. license or to return to
Many Mosquitoes
at Three Valley
(Special to Mall-Herald.)
Three Valley, B.C., Aug. 11.—Tho]
Rev. Mark Phillips ol Taft held services here last Friday.
.Mr. Archie Rutherford paid a business visit to Revelstoke on Tuesday.
Mr. A. I'M Haycock has been busy
the last week blazing trails on his
"beat." Mr. Haycock is firewarden
for this district.
Mrs. D. H. Hallday and children of
Revelstoke and Miss -Mabel Buckingham of Vancouver, are guests at the
J. Rutherford camp this week.
.Mrs. Vines and children of Calgary,
and Mrs. Oo. Larder of Oragellachie,
spent Wednesday with the StcwartB
at the station.
You can feed the fire with utmost ease owing to th©
generous double feed doors—no scattering of fuel and
room to insert big chunks of wood.
McQaiy&
Sunshine
Furnace
If you have five or ten minutes to spare come in and TO
show you the other advantages of this splendid furnace.
80S
Sold by E. G. Burridge & Son
Packet of
WILSONS
FLYPADS
.WILL KILL MORE FLICS THAN,
\ $g°-° WORTH OF ANY /
^STICKYTLY CATCHER/
Clean to handle. Sold hy all Druggists, Grocers and General Stores.
The CjiisiIidaLiid
lining & Smelting
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Co.
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Offii es, Sn
TRAIL.
■ Refining Dep .i'men'
i   1     ISH  COLUMB1 \
SMELTERS AND REFINERS
Purchasers of Gold,
Silver, Copper anl Lead Ores
TRA.IL Hit VXD I'll. I.
•: VI). BLUESTON'E   Wli SPELTI
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Fire Insurance [*■%££.' ]
Accident Insurance [OM;:., ]
Life Insurance [Hffi        •']
Notary Public        Revelstoke       Real Estate
C. B. HUME & CO., LTD.
Famify Shoe
Outfitters
Revelstoke Departmental Stores
We aim to give maximum
•m   r At minimum price
DRY  GOODS   DEPARTMENT
GOSSORD CORSETS they Lace in front.
After selling; them to our Revelstoke Lady
Customers for a year, we conclude they are
the best co-set on the Canadian market. A
new stock just in at new Canadian prices
$2.50 to $3.50
School opening is only two weeks away. We
have a lot of BOYS WASH SUITS and GIRLS
DRESSES to clean out at a bargain that will
be just the thinur for now and for the children to start to school with at 90c to $1.35
The "SWAGGER" UMBRELLA the new-
ladies umbrella, with a short handle and fancy cord loop to carry on the arm -no chance
to lay it 'lown and lose it. fine Italian and
Gloria tops in black-standard frame and silk
cover for $3.00
A'l our iailif" lace, muslin ami crepe CRE-
TON'S and NECK FIXING are on sale at
half price. These nre all new and popular
strips in neck orarnishings. No one is complete
now-a-davs with out some extra trim at the
neck, well worth vour while to look this lot
over, 25c to $1.00
MEN'S FURNISHING AND SHOE DEPARTMENT
Summer Footwear at a Price
All our stock of Women's and Children's White Shoes and Sandals must go
NOW. To make this a certainty we are putting the prices so low that you cannot
atrord to miss them    See these prices.
WOMEN'S WHITE PUMPS   Both Welt* and Turns"   Standard makes.
Price 91.85 pair,   A. few pairs WHITE   BUTTON   BOOTS   tame   price.
CHILDREN'S WHITE BUTTON BOOTS ANDSLIPPERS   Both Can va
;uh! Buck ."skin, A Mai map, Price B5c a pati
CHILDREN'S SANDALS   All Bitot .'i to I different nml,-. Price '■"   ■ pall
GROCERY AND   CROCKERY  DEPARTMENT
CANADIAN   MA1.B MAI.MA1.ADE   I   PANCAKE AND SYRUP SEASON
Try a jar ol ExprcBB at 25c. or
a tin ol King Beach at 75c.
Hend and I.cal Lettuce, Cauliflower, Celery, Tladlahei, green
Onlona and Paraley.
TRY OUR LARGE PRUNES,
WHITE KI09 AND APRICOTS—
THEY ARE DEH-ICIOUS.
Self Riling buckwheat Flour ln
packagea.
Rogers Pure Sugar Syrup, t, »,
10 and 20 pound tlna.
Pride ol Canada Pure Maple
Syrup, quarts and hall gallon
tlm.
Crown Brand Corn Syrup, 2 and
5 pound tlna.
Lyle's Knglitli Syrup, 2 pound
tlna.
Maple Flavored Syrup In quarta
i and 1 gallon tlm.
Premium Hai... Dominion H m,
Premium Breakfast Bacoa, Domlo-
Ion Breakfast Bacon, Ven Meal
Back Bacon, Back Bacon snd
Cooked Ham. JMOK FOUR
THE  MAIL-HERALD,   REVELSTOKE
BRIEF LOCAL NEWS
ol  Eagle Bay is in
tho     Miss Helen Briggs is visiting friends
\ at New Westminster.
A. M. Lloyd of Edmonton is spend'
ins his holidays in the city.
J. Gli
city.
Rev. J. C, McKenzie     made a l",si
nesa tni' south during Lhe week.
i
■Mrs. J. P. Sutherland and daughter Mrs. H. NM Coursier has heen sen-
left on Tuesday on a visit to Calgary. ously ill for the past two weeks.,
Mrs. .!. I-M Hammond ol Spokane Miss Ella Rutherford of Three Val-
registered al the Hotel Kevelstoke on ley is the guest of -Mrs. G. II. Law-
Tuesday, j rence.
li. A, Rooney of Bear (Meek regis- R, A. Kirkpatrick of Nelson
tered it the King Edward hotel on Revelstoke a business visit on
Thursday. \ hesday.
Miss Leonard ol the Queen Victoria J- '-• and M. B, English of Millett
.,. pit M st Ml is spending three weeks were guests at the King Kdward ho-
al   Salmon Ann
SATURDAY,  AUGUST 12,  191Ri,
i tei .ni Tuesday,
W. E. Hall of Arrowhead registered
at the King Edward hotel on Thursday.
\V. F, A. Hudson of Fosthall registered at the King Edward hotel on
Tuesday.
J. D, Sbafmer of Springfield, til.,
registered at the Hotel Revelstoke on
Tuesday.
I'M ,1. Summers of Rock Island registered at the King Edward hotel on
Wednesday.
I... H.iinay and A. Bush    of Calgary
registered   at the King Edward hotel
paid  on Thursday.
NVo'1'1 Mr. and Mrs. IM Harris of Vancou
ver registered at the Hotel Revelstoke on Monday
The marriage of William   J.     Phil
lips and     Miss Lottie Lee took place
of nt the Methodist    Parsonage on Mon-
I Mrs,  E   ',   H I  of    (Mil-     Mr, and Mrs. A. C.     Campbell     oi "- ■-">• .»=i.-i<_u.oi   itusunage on mod
wen- guests at the Hotel Revel- Winnipeg registered at  the Hotel Hev- Any evening, the 7th inst., the   Rev
toke oi   Sunda_ ilsieiki1 ,,n Monday, \T\. c   Prppmnn nffiAiaevin»    n^u- ,._,_
garj
hi.s;
IM C.  Freeman officiating.   The bride
Miss Brown of the Queen     Victoria'    John McSorley, so, of     H. J. Mc-' Te  ZT^Ti ** t" T^' ^
-pital     stafl     has returned from a Sorley, has joined the 231st Seaforth   1 L      ' , T    t"* ,    ' "aS "*"
--   - ■ cently     returned   to Revelstoke from
Your kind
of cigarette!
Prince Albert tobacco meets your
wishes in every way—no bite, no
parch; just cool, fragrant, refreshing;.
It rolls up into a cigarette you'll like
better than any kind you ever tasted.
The Prince Albert patented process
cuts, out bite and parch and you
smoke as much as you like without
trouble for your tongue. Prince
Albert has always been sold without
coupons or premiums. We prefer
to give quality 1
, Highlanders of  Vancouver.
visit t ■ Kai
I
The Misses  Florence     and     Marion     Mrs.  McSorley and  family and Mra,
Lawrence     are    the guests of Mrs. C.   Bunnell and daughter Dorothy are en-
It. Ski ne    I   St.  I.i-on.
A. Sturrock, H. Sturrock and Olga
Sturrock ol Vancouver were guests at
the Hotel  Revelstoke on Tuesday.
joying     the
springs.
baths    at Halcyon hot
Port Alberni. Miss Dorothy Garland
acted as bridesmaid and Mr. E. L
Reid as groomsman.
BANKHEAD BRIQ0BTTF.3 BUR!-
BEST.
Sii-L't.   Me'lhtnder.    recruiting  ollicer      _^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
| for 223rd (Scandinavian) Battalion is'   Gait Coal for sale. Sibbald & Son
I making good progress and hopes that!
Mr. and Mrs.  W. E. Bray     and   L. loya]    Scandinavians will he prepared1   GET THE HABIT.-Place your fire
Burback    f Medicine Hat were guests ,„ io thoi, ,|uty tQ tfae B ,nnd acci(3ent insurance with chaB   „
at the King Edward hotel on Wednes- Mellander Is making toe Central hot-'Field-  wh° represents only old     and
<la-v- j e! his headquarters. j reliable companies.
W. lill irobin left     on     Saturday      A  puWlc ^eetiB? wi„ |)e held [n th(j     There's  comfort  in  cooking     with
morning on a short   trip through the Opera House,     Revelstoke   on Thurs   Coursier'e Coal.
mining     districts.      Mrs.   Horobin is day next. at 8 p.m.  The meeting will	
Bpending   ,  few days at Halcyon. I be addressed by    Hon. W. J. Bowser   A TRIBUTE TO
Lieut. Hilliam and his assistanta ,R' F' GrpPD' •^•I'-, Hon. Thos. Tay-
derive uo personal benefit whatever '',"' "uI "lh'rs- Everybody is invited,
from  this pilgrimage.     The entire re-   Seats wIU  be re8«ved for ladies.
ceipts nightly are turned     into    the     S. L. Williamson of Franklin,   Pa.. I H™3i°n novelist „„.. ™     '
Canadian  Camp Recreation Fund, for Mr. and Mrs. p. L.   LeBrun, Mr. and; ,1,'',,,. l"v>: correspon
CANADIAN SOLDIERS
In describing' the Cnnnclinn nrmy,
Neniniovitch-Dniii'liciiko, ilij' brilliant
11
       A.V..1UH,   i.n.   awn
which the support of the public is Mrs. M. J. Mayor. Miss 'Jacobs of
l-erj earnestly requested; so do not N'ew Vork, Mr. and Mrs. J. L Bark-
fuil to attend    the concert recital on er of Santa Barbara, Cal.,   Miss   H
Tueaday at the Empress Theatre.
''Cold ami snow. The (ruin from
London moves through a log. The
towns "ii the way clustering around
Ai  p.iet  wedding occurred    at    the
Methodist    Parsonage last  Wednesday  Revelstoke OE. Sunday,
eventing when tbe Rev. B. C. Freeman'    The     Wedding     was solemnized on
united in  matrimony     Mr.  Krnest A.  August 3 of     Arthur G,  Pearson     of1
R. Reid and Mrs. E. Woods of Boston! tlie beautiful cathedral look hazy uml
were among the tourists at the Hotel, murky, ns  i:   pencilled in gloom.   .\1
one place the sun flashes nl one   oi
the international joy smoke
is manufactured to be in a class by itself,
to be better, to meet the taste of smokers
all over the world. It is universal in its
popularity because it is so friendly to every
man who likes to smoke a home-made
cigarette or a pipe. If your dealer cannot
supply you, ask him to secure it through
his wholesaler.
You certainly owe it to yourself to know just what a great
amount of pleasure and satisfaction Prince Albert will afford you.
Prince Albert it .old throughout Canada, generally, in the
yi-lb. tidy red tin, auto in pound anol half-pound humidor..
R. J.REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.>Win»tonA.Iem,N.C.,U.S.A
Oa the foeno side of this
lidy red tin you will read:
"Procei* Patented July
30th. 1907."
llietn and ii seems ns il  some stony
eras lind lifted up heavenward   th
Wright of  Nelson gnd Miss     Annetta Glacier ami Clare Fraser, daughter of  ~'""V  l''1'1"" "'   ''"'  medievn]  portal
C. Logan of Victoria. The bride, com- Mr, and Mra. Fred Fraser ol    Revel- '" ''"' ,ll'~li""v thei-e is the srrey lim
ing up from the coast  with her moth- stoke.     The ceremony   wat performed' "'   ''"'  st'!1,   T'"1:'-v  "   >«  motionlps
er and sister,
I oi  the sen.   Today il  is  moi
The ceremony wft. performed .. ,  ,..,„,,;      , B*«fy thing*
iome    of the bride's parents, .'    .   ,,,„,.,.,,.
was  met  here      hy  Mr.   at  the ho „   ...„  „..uc „  uu.cu.b,    , ^^m       • M
_. . , .     ,   ., , ' n ,■    i   ,■   ir„i- ,      l,        .. '"   this'   quarter,    imi   today  in-
Wnght,     the bn.-lal  party proceeding   Rev.  ,1. ( .  .McKenzie oiliciaticiL'.    Mr. ,i,i ,     i    .    .
 ',',,,       ,    .,,     ,, , ' ■ io submissive.
southward the following day. Mr. arid  and    Mrs, Pearson are spending their.
Mr... Wright wil   I  ke    p their    resi- honeymoon at the coast
■       »t   , '"I     ■
dene" in \»lson. , ,   .
•    tmr  readers  will  hear  with     regret ivhi'l'i".   ll
f.\ FUTURE NO ITEMS WILL   BQ tbat Dr, and    Mrs, Dent  will be leav-
ACCEPTED LATER  TtUN THURS   inK th" district at tbe end of the present  month,     havli .      elded to take
i up thi tbe    Juture In
.rmstrong   We regret their .departure
and onlj hope tbat '■"       '■    13
tance from this vicinity that
 "iilil
I iijiui. viBii.—aaimon Arm Observer. :'   made of, the I
PROGRAM
The East Kootenay Lumber Co.
mill at Jaflrny was destroyed hy flre
Saturday night.
BAY NIGHT FOR PUBLICATION' IN
SATURDAY'S PAPER
KOOTENAY LODGE,  No.  1».
A. F. and A. M.
Regular Meetlngi are held la
New Masonic Hall oa the Foarth
Monday in each month at I p.m.
Visiting brethren are cordiallj
welcome.
"f       C. R. SKENE, W. M.
ROBT.  GORDON,  Steretarr
REVELSTOKE NURSERIES
CUT FLOWERS  & PLANTS
Phone 056
mi-ai. instance irom tMis vicinity that
EMPRESS   THEATRE on Arm a
. dying visit.-
TODAY and Matinee-The Red Feath-   7 '« *
■        oi the Rangi
with    Harry D. earey and a brllll- .. "
,       .v.   . I,     Ml :-    W. P.
ant    cast.     A western play that will
l io ,i ,      _   a   v        i*v >"'"   ol Wmi -man o%
hold    vou spell bound, dealing with   .
,-,,.- nd o!
the red blood real American     men   .
who do things, o parts,  sensational
ro edy.
M    Mi v\—Marie   Doro li
a  : - irdou t egreat
•
int-r   itiol rama, l   'arts.
  _
•TUES1 M\    - Canadian i amp Recrea-
thorlty of Mlllt
Head'juarters,    Ottawa.     Lt.  B. C,
tarj
•    ■:  reclt il. Prlcei
25c. 35C ind 50c.
"WEDNESD \>   — Tr. :. luctiOO
"Jordan is a Hard  R lad."     Fa'-
an :    tbi   Bri idway  3tare, comedy. ...
•v  ; rices.
-Graft  and  lull    Cnlve
»a' ; r :■■■■ ( Application for either
FP.IIi V '• - H i:■■ '.   Ma '.r.   In !"' '
lady.
OOMING—Monday ejreek, Mary Pick-   VI
ford In V' or Lltt aa
'. ■ ll
SELKIRK LODGE No. 11
i. o. o. r.
Meets every Thursday evening la
Selkirk Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethcrn cordially lnvite<l.
JAMES M. G0BLQ, N. G.
JAMES MATHIE, Secretary.
WANT  ADVTS.
WANTED-Good, reliable girl, ba*
tween 20 and 25 years of age. Goocl
wages.  Apply Box L.,  Mail-Herald.
DR T. HEARB
jENTIST
OVER  IMPERIAL  BANK
GOLB RANGE LOBGE, No. M
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Meets every Wednesday evealnf
at 8 o'clock, In Selkirk HaU.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited.    W. POTTRUFF, C. C.
R. GORBON, K of R. 8.
Revelstoke Lodge
__ft^          No. 1086
lol*W_
Tm*.   \m\ \l.  OUDKR
B|]       OF MOOSK
Wye*-/ Clefts  evei y  second
^^3
^^^  and Fourth Tuesday
in   Smythe's    Hall
Visiting
Brelini'ii are cordially in-
Ited,
A I.I.AN K. FYFB, DIo.
H. 1.. HAUG.St-o.
E. G. Burridge & Son
Plumbers and Tinsmiths
Wi " in
Metnllio Ceilings, Corrugatod Roof-
m«. Furnnco Work nnd up-
to-date Plumbing
Work
,p   (
REVKLHTOKF
LOST—A paper parcel done up lis
shawl-strap. Will finder please notify King Edwnrd hotel.
FOR SALE—Evening' dress suit, new,
eost $55.00. Will sell for J6.0Q,
cash.   Apply Parisian Dye Works.
MEN' WANTED—For concrete work*
Rogers Fass tunnel. No smoke or
gases. Carpenters, 45c per hour; laborers, 32|c per hour; Board $7.0C
per week, 3 months work. One cent
mile Railroad fare. Address Bates'.
& Rogers Construction Company,
Glacier, n.c.
Midsummer Shoe Sale
Now In Full Swing For Two Weeks Onljr
LADIES—all our $5.00 to
$6.50 shoes antl pumps, out
they go for $3.95
MEN'S, BOY'S, WOMEN'S
and CHILDREN'S shoes
and pumps up to $3.00 values for $1.05
MEN'S OXFORDS in tan
and black, button or lace
$0.00 values for $3.95
LADIES' PUMPS and OXFORDS in kid and white
canvas $2.50 values for$1.45
EMPRESS    THEATRE
Tuesday. August. 15 th.
By   Authority     of   Military   Headquarters,   Ottawa
Lieut, B, C, Hilliam and Staff
IN A HUMOROUS ANO MUSICAL
CONCERT     RECITAL
Entire   Receipts   in   Aid   of the
Canadian Camp Recreation Fund
Prices 25c,    35c,    50c
ON  SALE  AT  MACDONALDS  DRUG STORE
Money   Orders
OAtf
rSuit*
AIL
u
NIGHT
COAl>
Dominion  Kxpreu Money Order*
HTKAMNilil'   TICKKT    AGENT
tN8URANOE
NOTARY PUBLIO
W. H. HOROBIN
Nbxt   to   I'uht   Omi r
Remember the price of footwear is advancing. Take advantage of tli is great shoe sale
OTHER HARGAINS TO NUMEROUS
TO MENTION
SEE OUR WINDOWS SEE BARGAIN TABLES
cTWcRAE SHOE STORE, Howson Block
BARGAINS BARGAINS   |
GOOD POLIOY
It'igoixl policy to tbink oftht Putin?
[II bettei |'"II' y lu|ii■!>villi- M^uinHt
be mlifortunei II mny hnve in Ntore
■for you,   Tin'im "ii way of promoting
yonttmlt and fiiinily in a
LIPH IN8UKANOB POLIOY
with n ri'lialili' iiniipiiiiy, The hl((b
llniiiiriiil •tandlng mei Innx IniHinHfin
career of Um Knotm.iy AgenolM
iniki'M il iiliHiilulply triiNtworlhy.
Your tiiiin mav lie neiir at hand.
Ilcm'l rlnlay.    Take tut a policy now.
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, Ltd.
A. B, KiNCAin, Mnnaicer,
WHAT'S  THIS
Good Dairy Butter
2 Ibs. For 55c.
P. Burns CSb Co. Ltd.
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