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Array RBVBLSTOKH
Chiel luml>erlng, railway, mining, agricultural and navlga-
tioa centra between Oalgary
and the Pacific oceun.
The Mail-Herald
THE  MAIL-HERALD
PubliBheJ  weekly—Reael
by   everyone—The     recognised
advertising     medium   for   the
city and district.
Vol. 23-No. 24
REVELSTOKE,  B.C.   SATURDAY. -JUNE 3, 191
$2.50 Per Year
HONOR ROLL OF CENTRAL
SCHOOL FOR MAY
Div.    I.—Doris   Cartwright,     Allan Jok,
iGrunstrom, Mary Bell,  Myrtle    Hair." nest
ilton, Irene Kimberley,    Joyce Flect-
Jautn
is
Smythe,    Aguies
IM)rahainson,     Eva
Calder. ~^m
Dlv.   lll.-Sr.    Third    A.      StT
Burridge, Qeorge Morgan, Jack Ca*
■wright,  Alfred  Ahrahanison,      (Harry
Davis,  Ralph Morris),  Alfred  Bourne. Whitby
Sr.  Third  B:   Aimer Carlson,    Weston  nedy.
CREAMERY FDR REVELSTOKE
IS NOW ASSURED
May Roberts, Paul wiptii, im  Company Will be Formed
Field,    Aileen  Roberts,     Mucdy,
McRae.  Jr.    Second     Reader:     John
4l
CresBT^t.
.lolli...^.
Banks Will Furnish Money to
Buy Cows — J. E. Carman to Supply Machinery and
Manage Creamery — Will Cost Five Cents a Pound
to Manufacture Butter
SELKIRK SCHOOL HONOH
ill FOR MAY
SomerVllle, Florence Hamilton, Tom
.Madden.
TJiv. IV.—Jr. Third B: Mario Prado-
'lini, June Chancellor, Charlie Henderson, Alfred Burridge, Marjorie Cleland, (George McGiven, Isabel Coursier). Sr. Second Reader Doris Abra-
hamson, Robert Hamilton, Emlym
Tarry, Arthur Higgs, Jeannie Johnson,  Elsie Creech.
j Ross,  Donald Jamieson,    Jean  Archibald,    Helen Roussel,     Willie McDon-.
Wenty  n(,,L ,!(?I.t Warner. _ ___________
Esther     Div.      VI.—First      Reader:      Laura , ,   , , ,.,     ,       , , f_
Miics  Whit",   Kva  Weston,    Dorothv  Moffat,'    At a general meeting held    in    ths fcrent     pouts,
Heather Kilpatrick, Orlce   Higgs, Al-  City Hall on Monday night, called by Government In
a  McMillan,  Leigh   Skene.     Second 'he     secretary of the Farmers' Insti-
ht:   (Mary  Davis,  (ieorge    Mc.Ma-  lute,  it  was decided  to     proceed    at
^     Fred Stump,  Elsie Brill, Ethel once with a creamer)  in Kevelstoke.
Ethel   Swanson,    Agnes Ken-     At the  request ul the chairman,  0.
Qrandstrom,    the    following    letter
Div,     VII.—First     Primer:     Thalia from     A.  J.  Macdonell,  Chairman of
Pappas and  Jack  Wing,  Jackie  Sher- the Board Jf Trade     Committee     on
man,  Ivy  Sargeant,    Florence  Stump Agriculture, was read. Tbe letter lul-
i.n.l    Dorothy     Fleetham.     Receiving ly explains all the work done to date
Class:   J.is- Daem,    Ernest-  Needham. and is as follows:
Harold  Paulding. In reference to the work    done     by
Div.  VIII.—(Norris Crump,     Harry the     Committee     on    Agriculture ol
Anderson),   Joseph   Rowlett,      Arthur which I am Chairman,  I be,* to sub-
Johnson,      Archie
Stone,  Marie Lidy,
Rowlett,     Elmer
Charlie Johnson,
Div. V.—Sr.   Second     Reader:   Mar  Willie Morgan,  Cordon  Hooley.
OLD LINEN
BADLY NEEDED
Many  Voluntary   Workers —
Two Shipments to Toronto
—Nakusp Branch Active
At the weekly meeting ol the Red
Cross society held on Wednesday
■with Mrs. T. Kilpatrick in the chair,
a most gratifying list of work was
handed in. Needless to say the Association feels deeply indebted to the May
■voluntary    workers for their able as- the
FIRE BRIGADE
NUMBER ONE
ANNUAL PICNIC
Many   Attend — Games and
Races— First Picnic Was
Held Nine Years Ago
The ninth annual picnic of     Revelstoke Fire Brigade No. 1 was held on
4 lu Columbia Park.    Owing to
ideul weather a large crowd at-
mlt the following.
Our time has been largely taken up
with arrangements for the establishing of a creamery here. Our first
work was in writing to and seeing
the several people iu the district who
bave cows, iu all cases we found that
the farn.ers are strongly in favor ol
sending their products to the creamery. We found that it was almost impossible to write and get satisfactory
results, so in company with Mr.
Smith, Secretary of the Farmers' Institute, we called ou every one iu
this district who have cows, with tho
result that for the preseut year wo
have 10S promised and for next year
have 185. Mr. C. B. Hume and myself    went to Arrowhead aud saw the
people there.     We got the promise of gewa
also letter from the
connection witb     our
project.
lt has been suggested that the patrons divide themselves into districts
for tho purpose uf gathering tho
cream and that each one will look
after the crean. for so many days or
hire some one to carry it for the
Beason. These details can be arranged
later.
We would strorigly urge tbe necessity of getting under way at once. If
this mutter is left over for another
season it will mean doing all this
work over again, antl by that time
conditions may change and people
will lose interest in the matter. This
committee fetl it is only a matter of
getting started, once tbe scheme is
ruder way we will have no difficulty
in getting all the cows that are necessary to make it a success.
Yours Truly,
A.  J. MACDONELL, Chairman
P. LEVESQUE
J. HUME
The list of subscriber's for shares in
the Creamery are: C. B. Huir.e 25
shares, A. J. Macdonell 10, H. McKinnon 10, L. C. Masson 3, G. W.
Pell lu, W. A. Sturdy 5, W. FootO
l<>, F. Robinson 10, W. H. Pratt 5,
A. B. McCleneghan 5, W. Bews 10,
Lawrence     Hardware    Co. 5,     F.  G.
Hooley),
Dlv, VI.—First  Reader      Sarah   De
Feo, Elena i; Dorol bea Lun
dell, Nellie Singer, Annie Watt, Winston Johnson. Second Primer: Dora-
Laura
1: .g.-i s
Dlv. I.—Laura Beech, Ri bert Beech,
Ernest Frey, Edmund Kincaid, Frank
Porta, Ruth Lindmark.
Div. II.—Jack Murray, Mary Porta,
Frank Donaldson, Trillie I.eiiMi, LU«j
llan Hayward, Willlard Dunn. thy Dewar,    Ebha    Ha
Div, III.—Veronica Paleck,  Dorothjj Jghnson,   Evei lers b,
Purvis,  Dlgby Leigh,     James   Millar,   ••'•■ ote
Bessie  Maekenrot,   Wendall  Porter. Dlv.  VII.—Second     Primer       Hazel
Dlv.  [V.—Rose Frey, Uberta Porta, Tappin.-.  The. lore   L Lizzie
Robert Hume, (Janet Fyfe. Edna Leslie, Fi I Rear, Fust primer:
Jeffs), Willie Crawford, Kathleen Mary Fyfe Nickolas Abramson, Hel-
Squarebriggs, en Sutherland,     Neva Webster,    Lila
Div.  V.—Senior    Second      (Blspeth Porter.
Kilpatrick,   Bruce Hume)     Jean   Ed-     Dlv. VIII,-     •  i        ■  Class:     .Jean
wards, Sarah Laughton.    Jr. Second:  Kipp.  Mike  Bafai   I,  Reginald  Hume,
Elmer Hansen, .Annie    fevenl,     Eva Vernoj   Aasal   Peti    Pantuso,     Annie
Carmichaei), (Glna Pradolini, Delbert Crawford,  Frank  Sirianni.
SOCIALIST IS
AGAIN FOUND
IN A NEW ROLE
Parker    Williams    Manfully
Battled for the Guggenheim
Title—Experiences Another change of Heart
WOUNDED IN
TWO PLACES
Leo McKinnon Wounded in the
Batk and Leg —
Usual    Cheerful
Progressing Sa.
Wri es His
Letter—
3f actoril y
The Ladysmith Chronicle   has     the
following    to say with regard to the Wednesday Irom Ottav, i will
l'O,
R.
50 cows for this season and    SO     for
donald 3,
tistnnee     in responding to the latest tended, there being 52 children and 40
appeals from thc local branch.    Sub« adults.    Baseball games and races ol
joined is a list of the articles: all descriptions
Mrs.   P..  I'rijuhart,      Mrs.    G.    Ed- the appetising repast ot home cooking^
wards. Mrs. McAlpine, Mrs. Copeland- was done justice ta.
Mrs. Tame,    Mrs. A.  McFadyen, Mrs. The Kevelstoke    Fire Brigade No.
Jollille, 2 pairs socks each. picnic is an established     event     and
adjourned debate     on the petition of
R. T,  Ward    re     "Bullion"     mining
property.
Iei the adjourned debate ou the mo-
Mac- tion t0 receive the veport ol the Mm
Mc- ing Committee   on the petition of R.
T.  Ward re "Bullion"  mining property, it was moved by Mr. Mr. Williams
in amendment,    seconded by Mr. Cal'
lanan"  Tbat the report    he     referred
back to the committee    with instructions to append thereto the following
minority report as an appendix;
"We regret    our inability to concur
Mrs. N. R. Brown, Mrs. F. E.
-Olgot, Mrs. F. McCarty, Mrs. J.
Palmer, Mrs. Q. Sargeant, Mrs. A
B. McClerx-ghan, Mrs. D. Towse, Mrs.
Russell, Mrs. H. Wood, Mrs. Moshcf. Columbia
(Montana) per   Mrs. Williams,     Mrs. between
has been for many years.     The
picnic wus held nine years ago
Swanney, Mrs. Jenkins, Miss F. Jollifle, Miss May Jollille, Miss M, Morgan, i pair socks each.
Mrs.  F.  McCarty     donated  1 pneu-'
moiiia     jacket,  Mrs.  H. V.  Morgan 5
tuits pyjamas (voluntary sewing), swing. Tbe usual sports were indulg-
Mrs. Masson 4 shirts (voluntary sew- fa- (n antj the day was such a success
lag)  and Mrs.  J. C.  English cut out thut it  became an annual event. i
11 suits pyjamas.
W. B. Farris 5, C.
^^^^^—_^^^^^^j2- C. Barber 10, ^^^
rest year. We did not get the Hall Carty 10_ Kootenay Agencies, Ltd. 5,
Brotbers-'to come in, as some of them Mr coultbard 3, A. P. Levesque 10,
were away, but the ones we talked j D. sibbald 3, S. G. Robbins 5, A.
were indulged in and with aPlieared m !llvor of thc schemo Pradollnl 10, i). Gallicano 5, A. Mc-
and promised to write to us at once. Rac 5| w A Anstie 3? Ranchers,
We     did not take in Beaton, for lack  about 50.
of time, and understand     there     ara     The IljUowing are tlle     mmli,ers 0l
several     cows there that can be had, cows ?uarnnteed for     tbe     creamery
probably 15.     There are   also     some tllis y?ar. pton   Revelstoke 1*8, from in tbe findings ol the committee,
cows     around     Sproat, and between Malakwa 50,     from     Arrowhead    50',     "Some confusion and a    premature
there and the  district     we     covered making a total of 20*     cows.     Next closing     of the investigation was oc-
around the city. year     there    is ,.  guarantee from the casioned through the petitioner being
Mr. C. Granstrom, President of the farmers to   increase     this number to compelled to change   counsel     during
Farmers'  Institute, made   two     trips 315, the     bearing,    consequently the corr.
to Malakwa and has tbe assurance After the readicg of the above re- mittee did not have the benefit of
that they will support us with at ports, A. McRae introduced J. E. hearing the persons who would profit
least 50 cows. There are I understand Carman of Calgary, who has been In by the cancellation of the Ward
several cows between here and Albert tne     creamery    business for 25 years leases.
Canyon. Before leaving to see these ana wa0 volunteered the following in- "Later, on request being made,
several ranchers we had the assur- formation: "The first and chief item your committee, by the casting vote
ance from the banks here tbat any to consider is whether you have cows of the chairman, refused to hear what
farmer having a patent to his    laud, enough to justify a plant." said  Mr.  was alleged to bc new and important
first
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^   when
the members and their families   journeyed     across tbe  truck to picnic in
Park.     A sufficient     space
the   trees was cleared, and
tables put. up, the lumber for which
was supplied by the city. An old
stove, which is still in possession ol
tbe brigade was taken down and the
tirst picnic ol the brigade was in lull
The following is a list of the sports
and being   otherwise    satisfactory to Carman.
week with the winners iri
•The following shipments were made held     last
t.. headquarter at Toronto. 'each event.
Surgical anQ hospital supplies, Two games of baseball were played,
"'"l-iiOil May 19. 384 large pads, 3S4| the first between the Firemen and the
£rnall pads, 768 compress**. 2304 |,oys resulted in a win for the boys
sponges, 2 old blanket* Shipped 1st by a score of 5 runB to 3, and the
June: CG pairs soCks, GO pairs conva- second, between tbe Firemen ard the
n-scent shoes, 18 suits pyjamas, G fflgh School girls resulted in a win
Fiirgical sheets, IT day shlits, 27 for tbe girls by a score of 6 runs to
helpless shirts. 5.  a.  McRae   umpired the first game
From the auxiliary at    Nakusp the and E. McMahon tbe second.
following shipment was     received   by     Rares     Boys 5 years and under. G.
tbe locnl  branch:     Revelstoke contrl- Well* 1,  H. Rosse 2,     A. Petersen 8,
but ion:     11 pairs     socks, 5 suits py- j.  Jameson 4.
jamas.  Nakusp contribution:    tl sur-     Boys 5 to 7 years.    J. Brill 1,     E.
gical shirts, G helpless shirts. 4 suits Needham 2, R. Laughton 3.
pyjamas. Boys 10 years and over. E. Smythe
Old linen ot any description is ur- ji \ Needham 2, W. Clough 3, 3.
gently needed to carry on thc work Needham.
of the surgical and hospital supplies uoy8 7 to 10 years. A. Abraham-
Will all who have same at their dis- Bon jt ].; p|eja 2, M. McRae 3.
posal kindly inform any of the com- Girls 5 years and under. A. Mikel-
mittee of the Red Cross, when lt will f0n 1, Mary McDougall 2 Jessie An-
bt called for. derson 3.
Prom the Naomi    Lodge ol the Re-     (;ir|s 5  to 7 years.    H. Mikelson 1,
beknhs ,1H pairs     convalescent    shoes v. Field 2,  D. Towes 3.
were received  with    many thanks tor     cirls 7 to 10 years.     1 Coursier 1,
their untiring zeal ar.d energy in the gj. Towes 2, L. Brill 3.
making nt these much needed suppllos     Girls 10 years and over.    M. Mikel-
frotn the local branch. Bon 1, G. Field 2,  J. Chancellor 3.
To L.  Howson, for the loan ol the     young ladies.     May   Field   1,     K.
piano at the concert on May 25, held Field 2, V. JolllfTc.
under the auspices of the    Red Cross    Married    ladles.     Mrs.  Anderson 1,
branch     the    Association   feel deeply Mrs.  McMahon 2,   Mrs.  McDougall 3
Indebted. '    Firemen's race.  S. Halvorson 1,  S
A welcome addition to the lands of Needham 2,  J. Mikelson 3.
the local Red Cross was    hnnded   In     Honorary     members'   race.     H. N.
by Miss Madge   Wilson, Rogers Pass   Coursier 1, T. Stwd 2, F. B. Wells 3.
The     sum nf $35 being realized by a 	
talllo of a gold watch. Rogers Pass
bus always been to the fore in its efforts to furnish money for the cause
.1111! to Mrs.  and   Miss     Wilson
j the banks would have pu difficulty in trnn.ent
He thought that the Gov-
estimate,    just read, was a
evidence bearing on the question.
"It would appear to U6 that to
pass upon the legal status of tbe
Wurd leases would be to assume a
duty which was not delegated to ue,
and for which, as a ^committee of the
getting tbe money lo buy cattle. We very conservative one and Is upprox-
explained this in all cases and I am imately what It would cost. Tbe only
sure it will have good results. We way to start with a lew cows was to
We also were able to give tbem tho begin on a smaller scale. Any ordin-
assurance that the creamery would ary building would do for a creamery House, we possess no peculiar fitness,
pay transportation charges on cream and the work of converting it into a while such evidence as was submitted
delivered on the railroad in this way plant would not be expensive. He was not sufficiently exhaustive to
jiuttirig all districts on an equal la- himself bad everything required for enable us to cone to a fair C
sis. I enclose a list of each one prom- handling the cream from 300 to 4C0 sion as to what adjustment should
ising cows both for this season and cows and from $500 to $1C<}0'would be he made or course pursued. We regret
next. sufficient to start the    plant     going, therefore,     tha    decision of the com-
We have had several meetings with A plant to cover n Bpace of 30 by 40 mittee to exclude evidence aB above
the committee appointed from tho would be ample. He did not think referred to; but in the interests of
Farmers' Institute, and decided to that any number of cows under 40J- the mining industry we beg to submit
form a company (J0ir.1t Stock L.L.), would warrant the erecting of a build that to allow interests of such mag
400 shares at $10 each, 20 per cent jng. His idou in starting with 201' nltude as nre
down, the balance nt thc call of the
Directors,     and    havc had about 2*1
The fo .     tter   from Pte, Leo
McKinnon, dated May   '.4. and a telegram received hy H.   ). McKinnon ou
be good
news to Leo's many (friends in Revel
stuke and elsewhere.
Wurd A3, No. 11 General Hi -.
Boulogne, May 14, :
dust a short littli ni te -" you will
i.nderstand that 1 am -t.i!i able to
shove a pencil along, with a iit'.ia
ellort. You have no douot heard from
tome dl the boys In the :
there were several that said they
would write and as I saw Hal
way down here I got him to write
1 will write >  .. more lully s.     . or
rather as soon as I  gel      •   >':eugth
back,and I am coming on   nicely,     1
was     nut     hit  badly, just tw
wounds, one in the leg and the other
in the back  but they     were     i
enough.    My  luck still continues,  you
see, for when the law      of    av,
could no longer    hold out ar.d it bad
to     be       my       turn,       well     they
made it a cooshy  one.     You     know
the boys     often say that when a fel-
low  is a long while getting !..   generally gets a lad one.
Do not w.,rry if you do not hear
from me for I a:r. hoping !■• go t'i
Kngland s.. n and I may have an op-
eration and 1 - ratty may hava
t,e ba very quin for a time. Pardon
the brevity ,,f this but I cannot do
much yer.
LEO.
Mayor McKlnn n   Revelatoke, B.C.
Further reply vour telegram     May
22.  enhb'  received  're'.'.   England stat-
ng  77598,  Pte.  Leo  McKinnon.  Cana-
.ii.oi     Exned tl n iry I'M .... progress
ng sat       tartly.
'■' 1 • r    In   ' 'I   .' .-.-   .,f   I1',.  ; ,i   . Ifl ,-••
Ottawa,  May    1.
With  1<5  nachines nr,l  (i  merh-vni"'
lt is now possible to make a pair ol
         herein involved to be
vows was to build lor tbe future. Tbo  come forfeited  by at most a technical  boots in 34 minutes,
tost of    making the butter would  bo failure,     which    itself is denied, and, —	
ery, which I think in all cases should  bring his n nchinery from Calgary for
shares subscribed for by tbe ranchers approximately five cents per pound. nK«fn. to allow such intereBt to ba T. Ward's eontentton, Mr. Parker
in thc vicinity; this leaves about l«0 When asked if be had any proposition acquired by the mere act of placing Williams has got to do hattta lor the
shareB I am sure will be taken by the to make to the meeting Mr. Carman several stakes In the ground, is t.. Guggenheim title, a: .1 me must ad-
people   furnishinp cows to the creiim- stated     that   he would be willing to P'acc a stamp of    insecurity on Brit-  mit     that he has dona  it  most muu-
ish Columbia mining   property    tbat fully   Wt have bad it stated on    the
floor of this   House by the chairman
that  there w.i,   ,.\,i   ume meetings .■!
the   Mining   .-on mlttsa  in   tl
tion,   and, owing lo tl.    sCtlvil
the  Member for    Newcastle,     almost
every  member  in  the  11,.us.   w ,
aware     as    to when the mining com*
mittee met. i.y his   drumming up bis
'PARKER WILLIAMS
"M.   I ALLANAN.
"M. a   MACDONALD.
"JOHN T.  W.  PLACE
In the debate which    followed
H. B. Thomson, M.P.P. said:
Mi
'Mr. Speaker—It must be a source forces to be there.
le insisted on. I enclose you a list of  the use of the creameiy    and     would  must  inevitably have evil  results    ..n
th.' subscribers, except  the     farmers]  take tbe price of It out in Btock, and that industry
list.     which     ls in  the hands of the would     take    complete charge of the
Farmers' Institute. creamery at a commission of 2.J cents
The estimated cost of thc Creamery per pound, out of which     ho     would
will  be $3,00*,  made up    as     follows supply the fuel,  wrappers,  and     pay
Machinery     (per   list supplied by tho nil   expenses and would guarantee to
Government) $1,500, Lot $250,    Build- have the creamery operating by July
Incidentals $550. 1st. B
The Government will  ioan the com-     It     was    explained    by   several ol of great  rejoicing for   thc cnpitaliBts       Times like this    must lie moments
rany     the    balance of the money, in those     present that the butter could who have money invested ir. the mln- ol anxiety for   the Minister ofvPublio
this case 80 per cent of     the     total, be all marketed im Revelstoke. lng industry in    this Province to see Works,     as he knows how 'crocodile'
S2409,  if the    directors thick  advisa-     After some further discussion lt was  the remarkable change of henrt     dis- tears stain tha carpets of this     ball
ble they can   make the first call less moved by   A. McRne that the cream- played by tho   member for Newcastle of Legislature.     We havc no     doubt
  . than 2* per cent      I think there will ery     be    proceeded   with and that a district.     But    this   is not the only tbat, in the near     future should tho
! be no difficulty in financing. I should committee be appointed to   go     Into chango of heart that wc hove seen of Member for Newcastle visit New York
Thr Spokane Review states that at have mentioned that     to     Eet     the iho question with Mr. Carman,     and Inte, and It is nlmoBt n parallel case thc palaces of the tribe ,,|     (luggen-
the pr.-sent   price    of    metals,    the money from tho Government they in- to report at a meeting to bo held ln when wc read     his    famous    letter, betm will be thrown   open to hlrr. as
the Greenwood smelter is tusking $9*0,000  .ist  on having the     guarantee of be- Smythe's     hall   on WedneBday night, wherein  he expressed his     free     ard their new nnd unexpected ally     from
thanks     of     the   society arc due tor " 7?ar-
their splendid help.  Mr.  A. McArthur     M cranbrook  trees will be planted
shops.  Revelstoke.  was lr0Und     the entire school grounds 24
of the C.P.R.
Ihe winnsr.
HA.NNAH BLACKLOCK.     I
Secretary.
tween     three    and four hundred cows It was further decided to   notify all 'undid     opinion of the Liberal party thc
for creamery purposes, though    there thc subscribers by mail as well as all nnd his now close associate and ally, the
are cases where they    havc     assisted those     interested,   to enable them to
such institutions on less, express thnlr   vlewp     at
We understand   tbc Board have let- night's
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ters     from   other creameries ln B.C., pointed
It  costs the farmers In the Bulkley explaining     thc detail of cost, opera- donell,
fret   ujmrf
corners.
with shrubbery in  all  the
West, ,md I have no douht that!
entertairnients    afforded to Mr.
Wc have     also     heard tho rafters of Williams by the Guggenheim clan will
Wednesday 'his hnll ring with his    denunciations be of th? most 'recherche' nature."
meeting.   Thc committee ap- 0* t'lp Cuggenhelms, who are the nu-     "It was not     the fuult of the laws
were:  A. McRae, A.  ,T. Mac- clcus     and    the guiding lights in the of the Province H Ward  was     'gold-
(M II.  Hume,  A. B. McClena- greatest     smelting    and mining trust bricked' when he secured thc property
\t   Crnnbrnnk the   mllitin    nuthnrl'
le et el bars
bounds except Irom 5 to 8 p.m,
H.  ,T. McKinnon, A.
valley $12 to produce    ejid haul hay tion, etc. ghan,      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
ties hnve idnced the hotel bnrs out olj t"    the    railway.   He sells It for $28     We enclose you list of costs of get- 	
ton, making a profit of $1*. I ting the cream by express from    dif-(        (Continued on Page Three)
a
I.ev- on this continent. from   those Interests, and it was not
       "In connection with tbis particular the place of   the     Legislature to re-
case, In order to substantiate Mr. R. establish him in the title.
_------■ PAGB TWO
THE MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
9ATTJRDAY,   JUNB •. UU.
Zbe flfoail-lberalb
Published every Saturday at
REVELSTOKK,  H   C
cJ7VIai'i-Herald Publishing
Company, Limited
F.  E.  GIGOT,  Manager and    Editor.
gary Herald, moro trouble in the
family. Sister has for some time been
robbing brother of his collars, ties
and shirt-waists in the good old summer time when the laundryman failed
to appear with her own.     Now     she
] will be getting away with his silk
socks     if     he doesn't lock them up.
i What next?
SATURDAY,   JUNE 3, 1916.
I       CANADA'S DEFENCE FORCE.
Twenty-three battalions of infantry
| and other corps, to the total number
of some 40,000 men havo boon landed
! in Great Britain from Canada    since
! the spring movement of troops began
in March. And thousands more are
crossing all the time.    The Dominion
! government is going about itB work
quietly, but Canada is all the time
juitting     clogs     in the wheels of the
Altendsnco Reccrd
At Central School
REFORM IS NECESSARY
Some  people  were   already      aware
. there suspected,  and  no  one     could much-vaunted German war machine
hi ve     h.'cn     wholly    ignorant ol the Calgary News-Telegram.
State of things In regard to the Van- :
,     ver bye-election as brought out by TOMORROWS SEKVN.ES
the evidence  before the   House.     The	
whole system of election campaigning ST-  PETER'S  OHUROH
i     . i ,u ,   „„;j„^„f;„„ „»     Services will    be     conducted     next
should     receive    the consideration of
Sunday     in     St.   Peter's     Anglican
all right  thinking citizens.     Had the (:hurch by Rey   Q   Larder   HQ.y Com.
contest   been very close in Vancouver  munion nt X a.m.     Morning Prayer,
the Liberal   candidate     would     have Sermon     and Communion at 11 a.m.
owed his election     to    illegal voting.   Sunday school at 2.JO p.m.     Evening
If.  for the sake of argument,  we cou-  Pray°r and Sermon at 7.M p.m.
cede that one party is in     general as
bad ns another, a continuance of the
methods    used hy thc Liberals in the
recent     bye-elections     should  bc ren-
derred   Impossible,     especially     when
they     are     decisions of a most vital
character to the public welfare. Div' I_Mary Bel1' Florence Bourne
In the Vancouver case we bave Mr. Howard Bradshaw,  Doris Cartwright,
,, u   it , i ,,, i     Wilford       Clough,       Gilbert     Davis.
Macdonald,  the successful    candidate,
linked up witb   Mr.  Scott,     who     is
linked up with    Mr. Annance,  who is
in    jail     for violation of the election j0hn  McKinnon,  Irene Morgan,   Sam
law in  a  manner     that     was     both Needham,    Estella  Sbuttlewood,  Dor-
legally and morally wrong.    There is cen     Smythe,     Muriel     Southworth,
a complete chain    from the House ol K«>thleeE' Sutherland,  Amy  Smythe.
,, ,    tt . ., Div.  II.—Esther Abrahamson,    Ern-
Assembly to the House of correction.     ,_-.,, , . . .
est Bradshaw,     Arthur     Cartwright,
It is idle for the Liberals to     say, Agae_  Crestn^   Arthur Davi8i Tcd.
ae they doubtless will, that there dy Gordon, Robert Gordon, Edna
have been occasion? in which a slmi- Johnson, Eva Jollifle, Clarence Lyons
lar chain could have been established John     M»<Wei_,     Victor Madden, Ar-
.,,.,..          ,        . .                 T1 thur Needham, Doris Siegfried,    Cecil
if facts had be.n    brought     out.     It _         '          ..
Stone, George Trimble,
there were any   reason to believe the Dtv   ni._Alfred Abrahamson,     Al-
Vancouver case unique we would hope [red  Bourne.   Stewart Burridge,   Jack
that its   nefariousness would prevent Cartwright,   Laddie Cressman,  Harry
its repetition and would not refer to Curveon,    Harry Davis,  Cathie Dock-
..    _ •        ,,. ..       .  . _ .. ard,  Florence    Hamilton,     Catherine
it  again.     Vie    mention it because it ,
Charles Davis, Myrtle Hamilton,
Charles Holten, Hazel Johrj.on, Flor
ence   McDonald,  Catharine McKinnon,
affords a conspicuous     illustration of
Inkster, Tom Madden, Ralph Morris,
James Samson Willa Smythe, Doug-
wicked and corrupt n.etbods whicb ias Southworth, Chris Terry,
may possibly hnve resulted in the Dlv. IV.—Bert Allen, Walter Whit-
electinn ol candidate; who would not by, Jeannie Johnson, Elsie Creech,
have been the choice ol the electorate ,;('"r»-'e Mc(^'«m Agnes Johnson. Eva
.  . , Towse,  Doris Abrahamson,     Malcolm
if improper     means had not  been re-    ., ,     ,   , ,     ,  ,, ,,  . r        „,_
C leland, Lloyd  McMahon,  June Cban-
sorted to. cellor, Man,, pradolini, Martin Mick-
We think it  well to   mention     this, elson,  Harold  Rowlett, Alfred   Bur-
a? a  geceral election is not very tar tidge. William  Morris, Charlie Hen-
away,   and   hope    that     the     facts der°"n' SuS:,n KIwlxm, Victor John-
fon,  Marjorie  '"leland,  Stuart Laughton.
brought about  may arouse all voters
to a realization ol their duty to pre- lllv   v.-Teddj
vent such methods in future.     In the Kenneth  Bews,   Louis CouffiD,  Robert
heat of a contest it is   well     known Dochard,   Hilda     Garnett,     Marjorie
tbat     people     are    apt to do things Garnett,   Eddy Gerard.     Alfred Hag-
..   . , .    .. ,,  gen.  Ruth Hamilton,    Donald  Jamie-
that m caln.er moments thev     would
ser..  Mar     J„k      Willie     McDonnell
not think of. ,, |in    |i1f(t   ,-_.,   pradollnl|  Mar]0rie
A man   might just as well save his Roberta      May    Roberts,
energy  for  some other purpose as to  Helen RoUSsel,      Bertha   Wipfli, Paul
talk ahout     reforming election meth-  w    ' ";  M''r'r*'-'
ods if he shuts his eves to the     fact     Dlv'  **•-*«*** Cartwright, Chris
Daem,     Marv   Davis,      F.va Fleming,
that     there is a great deal of human  ,,      , .    . ,  .       -. ._     __
Donald    Inkster,  Henry Kinnee, I
nature in politicians. Ir. an election McKinnon. George McMahon. Dor-
campaign men set out to win and othy Moffat, ri^rtie M irria Edgar
wben things  become hard    they     are  Paulding.     « • Dorothy
apt to wink at things that otherwise  T"WSP'      1>;c"     Bkene'   K'h "
Ethel  Whitby.   Laura White,    Frame
they would not countenance, ,.,... _.,
Wells,     :-.-  -    - '..mson,     Elsie Brill,
Reform la necessary. It may not be HeathPr Kilpatrick,   Alma  McM
necessary     to   go so far as to make Edmund  Morgan   EdWMd  Morg
canvassing li.egal and punish severely Dlv.  \ H.—Jean  Bews.    Ina Cleland,
by fini oi  Imprisonment the mar. who Prancl                     Je.se iiaem,     8an
.     . ,        , „„ _„      Kwong, .Jeanne Levesque,   Irene  Mc-
eeeet     .   ;■••:-  nal canvass    to     Influ- '
Donald he,,.,lie McRae,  Krnest  '
ence votera   but a lot ot good might ,, ,,, Mini_      WlU„, ,,rirp
be accompliefc'-d If Candidates an.l the wln„ie Rabbit,   Ivy  Sargeant,     Allan
public    w.,uld reeognize party leaders Smythe.     F!or»t_ri>    Stump.   Beatrice
who    set     theii     lace* against such  l"l'l"-r.  -laeH  Wing,  QOM Wing,  Rosie
u.ethoda. Y"',rB-
 Dlv,  VIII— ( ..rinne   Smythe,     Bea-
rnAH   THr    ciMrTIIMC "'"" JollW*'      Alice     Morris,     Irene
rKUJi   mt   SAiillLifld        Trimble, Norris Crump,  Elmer stone
 —   'Jordon    Blackwell,   Pat Cato,  Arthur
SPIRITUAL    FITNESS, Johrnon.     Elsie    Laughton,     George
Germany divined aright the deplor. l'nce. Gordon Hooley, Joe Rowlett,
able political and industrial and mil- Burpee Hume, Harry Anderson, Neth-|
itary weaknesses ol Russia, England ,rly Kilpatrick, Willie Olson, Char,
and France. But Germany Is beating '" Johnson, Robinson Trimble, Ar-
her blind efficiency out against the chie Rowlett, Linda Pradolini.
rock of the spiritual reserve which ia Monthly average cf attendance
tbe final test of the fitness of a peo«
pie to survive.—New  York Outlook.
THE NEW FEMININE SOCKS.
....   And,     horrible     thought
tbis new move    means, snys the Cab
GILLETTS
t** LYE ii^
CLEANS-DISINFECTS
Division T
86
Division 11
VI
Division  III
ill
division  IV
:n
Division  V
86
Division VI
39
Division VII
♦0
Division  VIII
2H
——
37!
Roll     Per Cent.
09.7
86.2
94.R
!>fi.
93.5
91.fi
9H.2
94.97
Lately from five to 22 carloads ot
coke have been arriving dally In
Greenwood.
U|^MMMlM-MMMM-M-«TU-UMMMmm--..-ri-ipiU
PAID-UP CAPITAL, J7,000,000
KKSBRVH FUND, $7,000,000
Imperial Bank
OF CANADA
Fclel Howlud, r.r.idrnt.
BiMbliihed 1875.
B. Hiy, Otoertl Mintfer.
I
Drafts, Money Orders and Letters of Credit issued
available throughout the 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. te
REVELSTOKE   BRANCH:    MCKENZIE AND  FIRST ST8.
A.   B.   MCCLENEGHAN,   Manager
^^JW-MWIMmmMffi/M^^
cTWillinery   Sale
EVERY TRIMMED HAT WILL BE ON SALE AT JUST
ONE HALF THE ORIGINAL PRICE. Don't overlook this
opportunity.
Ladies Summer Suits
We have just two ol these Suits leftl Regular price $20.00
and $25.00. Sale price $15.00.
Wash Skirts
We ofler great values in Women's Wash Skirts. Prices $1.50
and $2.35. | ;
Lisle Hosiery
In Black and White. A fine Hose and fast colors. Price 40c.
Tennis Shoes
LADIES,  MEN'S.  GIRLS   «ND BOYS'
We have all sizes and they nre just the thing you need.
Mens Outing Shirts
The very newest Shirt   in the market. Price $2.00.
Fred Young & Co.
What's in a Name?
Well, lt just depends. When you hear ol Hobson's Bread
yon naturally feel hungry. Tbe crisp brown exterior and
the appetising white inside are both slims of th* good
floor we use and the care we take to bake It Just right.
Try lt lor yourself—we do not fear the retult.
Phone 41
HOBSON'S
Box 734
Union Hotel
A. P. LEVESQUE, Proprietor ;
FIRST STREET,   REVELSTOKE, B. C,
Delicious Vegetables, &c, fresh from own Ranch
r\ DI P KjT A I      Suitably furnished with the
HOTEL
J. Albert Stone, Proprietor
choicest the market affords.
Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars. Rates $1 a day.
Monthly rates.
Jack Laughton, Proprietor
First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
WINDSOR HOTEL
EUROPEAN  PLAN
GOOD AfroMMODATION
REASONABLE RATES
(AKE IN CONNECTION
IMPURE  DRINKING WATER IS
THE FRIEND OF DISEASE
Our f'AP.BCNATKD BHVERAOB8 are manufactured from absolutely pure syrups and thrice filtered water. Their use ls beneficial to Hl.AI.TH and a preventative of DISEASE.
Try our <'jint.tr Ale, Cream Hoda, Oinjfw Beor, fte. The mountain water if not Blmon   Pure la th* ticioi old summer time.
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Wholesale Dealers Direct Importers
W. PARRY, Auctioneer
Established at Tapping Block
I will sell your Household
effects or Property, I will also
repair and repolish your fur-
nature, or buy them outright
Phone 850
Bos 811
GOOD POLIOY
It'sgood policy to think of tho future
It's still bett er policy to provide against
the misfortunes it may have in store
for you. The surest way of protecting
yourself and family is a
LIFE INSURANCE POLICY
with a reliable company. The high
financial standing and long business
career of the Kootenay Agencies
makes it absolutely trustworthy.
Your tima mav he near at hand.
Don't delay.   Take out a policy now.
KOOTENAY AGENCIES. Ltd.
A. E. Kincaid, Manager.
GOLD RANGE LODGB, No. N
KNIGHTS  OF PYTHIAS
Meets eretj,    Wedsssdaj e-emlmg
at    8  o'clock,    la 3*klrk HaU.
Visiting   brothers   eordlalli m-
vtte*.  ar. roTTRUFP, o. o.
R. GORDON, K of R. S.
KOOTENAY LODOB, No. tl.
A. F. an* A. U.
Regular Meetings are held Ib
New Masonic HaU ob tlie FoBTth
Monday in each month at I ».m.
Visiting brethren are eoidiaiin
welcome*.
JXl   O. R. SKENE, W. M.
ROBT. GORDON, Sseretary
SELKIRK LODGB No. 1J
I. O. O. F.
Meets every Thursday evening ln
Selkirk HaU at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethern cordially lnvlt«xi.
JAMES M. GOBLB, N. G.
JAMES MATHIB. Secretary.
1 QUEEN'S
UNIVERSITY
KINGSTON
ONTARIO
I   i EDUCATION
APPLIEDSCIENCE
Including Mining, Chemical, Civil, Mechanical nnd Kl_ct.ical Engineering.
med,c!nJ!.__..	
Doriaf Ibe W« tUtr* mill h. mmm	
■ eo.ion* in Medicine.,
HOMB STUDY
The Arts Course may be take* byewre-
spondence, but students. eMtatag "•i1""1
nte must attend one scssiob.
SUMMER SCHOOL
JULY AND AUGUST
 V. C.HOWM
mOUTRAH
If you want what you want when you
want it try Mail-Herald Want Ads
Revelstoke Lodge
No. 1085
LOYAL  ORDER
OF MOOSE
Meets every second
and Fourth Tuesday
in   Smythe's    Hall.
Visiting Brethren are cordially invited.       ALLAN K. FYFE, Die.
H. L. HAUG, Sec.
E. G. Burridge & Son
Plumbers and Tinsmiths
We specialize in
Metallic Ceilings, Corrugated Roofing, Furnaoe Work and up-
to-date Plumbing
Work
Work Shop -Connaught Ave.
REVELSTOKE       -      -    B.O.
REVELSTOKE NURSERIES
CUT FLOWERS & PLANTS
Phone 066
DR   T. HEARD
JENTI8T
OVER     IMPERIAL    BANK
PI ION F. %
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
Wb Call and Deliver
Suits Pressed 75c Suits 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
F. B. WELLS
Men's Outfitter
Pur Buyer	
Complete   Line  of  MEN'S  WEAR
The Consolidated Mining & Smelting Go.
of Canada,  Limited
Offices, Smelting ami Refining Department
TRAIL,   BRITISH COLUMBIA
SMELTERS AND REFINERS
Purchasers of Gold, Silver, Copper and Lead Ores
TRAIL BRAND PIO LEAD, BLUB8TONE AND SPBLTBR SATURDAY,   JTTNB t, WW.
THE   MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
PAQH
*>      i.iv 1 v v
r WORM H OllliCi STOIM
Por Hair Health
Use Rexall "93"
Hair Tonic.
If tt does not Improve the health
of your hair and acalp we will
pay for what you use iu the trial.
Buy t bottle of Rexall "9§" Hair Tonic,
nee it aa directed for 30 days, then if not
entirely satisfied, emu: and tell us And
we willpromptly hand ebaclt your money.
Rexall 93 Hair Tonic ia pleasant to use,
has a taint agreeable odor and is sold at
Rexall Drag stores exdufWely. 50c. and
J 1.00 hottlees.
Rexall "ft" Shampoo Ftuie is recommended to keep ihe hair dean, soft and
beautiful—tje,
316
W.   BEWS
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
WE ARE    HERE  TO SERVt__   VOU
Creamery For Revelstoke
(Continued from Page One)
esque and C. Granstroin.
The meeting then adjourned     until
Wednesday night,
WEDNESDAY   NIGHT'S    MEETING '
The committee appointed on    Mon-
da.  night to investigate and go into rresent and as the number
the proposition    of starting a creamery, with J. E. Carman,    made a re-
GmDills
V^fortheA kidneys
Perhaps Your
KIDNEYS
are out ot order. Hake the doctor's
te>t Kxamine your urine. It should
be .1 light straw color—if it is highly
colored, reddish or deep orange—it the
odor i^ strong or unusual if "brick
du.-t" or mucus is present, look to the
kulnevs.    Thev are out of order.
Get GIN PILLS at once, and take
them regularly.
Rheumatism, Sciatica, Lumbago,
pain in the back, groin or hips—all
point to weakness in the kidney or
bladder action, and the pressing necessity for GIN PILLS.
Gin Fills are worth their weight in
gold because they drive these pains
clean out of the system. They only
cost 50 cents a box, with the absolute
ruaranteeof satisfaction or yourmoney
back. Six boxes for $^.50, or a free
treatment if you write to
National Drug & Chemical
Co,,  of  Canada,  Limited
Toronto      •      Ont        14
PILLS
 •*T.oll-}*"ii,l'
**f»«*w
port at the adjourned meeting held
in Smythe's hall on Wednesday night
A. McRae, chairman, explained tbat
the committee had two propositions
to ofler. The first was to go ahead
ns originally intended, build a cream*
ery and obtain a loan from the Gov-
eminent and the other was to accept
the ofler made by J. 0. Carman,'
which meant tbat Mr. Carman would
sign an agreement to manufacture
the     butter for five cents a pound at
of cows
increased the rate would decrease.
He also agreed to bring his plant
from Calgary, lnstal same and have
the creamery running by July 1. He
asked for an advance of $300' from
thc company, $195 of which went to
pay his equity in the machinery and
the balance would be spent in installing and getting the plant im shapes
He would also give the company a
mortgage on the machinery lor $300
us security for the advance, and in
the event of a change he would dellv-
< r the plant to the company at their
own valuation and take stock for the
ii mount. All the running expenses ol
the creamery are included in the
charge of Ave cents per pound. Mr.
McRae also informed the meeting
that a suitable site could be had.
R. Tapping thought the proposition
looked favorable and that it was al
safe one.
A. P. Levesque stated he wai
strongly In favor of it and by mak«
ing i start now it would test the interest 'hat the farmers would take in
the pro.'c*\ |
W. E. Smith was also in favor of
Mr.     Carman's     proposition        and
for share* to the creamery be interviewed and their approval obtained,
as Mr. Carman's proposition 1*
•lightly different to the original
idea." Mr. McCleneghan also dim-
cussed the draft ol agreement witb
Mr. Carman, which was presented by,
the committee, and lound many loopholes in different clause* but thought
that if the agreement were gone over
carefully and if Mr. Carman's credentials were satisfactory the proposition looked very favorable to him.
He also mentioned that the only way
to make the plant a success was to
all get behind It and make every
effort.
A. McRae then informed the meeting that the agreement had to be
drawn up in a hurry and that If
there was any fault It was on tho
part of himself and the lawyer but
that It would be gone over again and
stated that Mr. Carman would sign
any agreement the company re
(.nested him to.
It was moved by R. Tapping and
seconded by A. P. Levesque, that the
contract with Mr. Carman be revised
by a committee to be appointed, and
that it be accepted.
Two committees were then appointed. The committee appointed
to make the final arrangements witb
Mr. Carman consists of A. McRae,
chaiman; J. Matheson, Swan Carlson, Ai. B. McCleneghan and A. P.
Levesque. The committee to interview
the shareholders consists of A. J.
Macdonell, chairman, R. Tapping, W
B. Smith, 11. Gallicano and C. Granstrom.
The meeting then adjourned until
Wednesday next at the same place,
when the company will be formed and
the officers elected.
May Have Been
Foul Play
thought that the charge of Bve cent* when the accident occurred,
per pound was reasonable.
A mystery which will likely never
be solved surrounds the fate of Wil-
liam Trouton, C.P.R. tunnel watchman at Laggan, who was crushed to
death beneath the wheels of No. 2
train about 8 o'clock on Friday night
General Superintendent J. M. Cameron was notified, Saturday morning
of the fatality, but whether the man
tried to board the engine and was
drawn under the train, or whether
he was waylaid and robbed, and then
thrown on the track, is not known,
As no cry of any kind waa heard,
the engineer's attention being drawn
first by seeing dust coming from under the engine, there seems to b8
room for the belief that the unfortunate man was first attacked and hia
body left in the track dl the oncoming train.
Aecording to the information re.
ceived at the Calgary office, Trouton,
who was about 47 years of age, had
been employed as a tunnel watchman!:
on No. 1 tunnel, between Lake Louise
and Field. It is thought that he had
been into Field on his own    business
but   eo
conduc-
1 far details  are lacking.    The
The Chairman, C. Granstrom, seat*
tor of No. 2 was George Gordon, and
proposition the enelneer and   flreman    were    Hl
should be accepted.   There was prac« F
tlcally    no outlay of funds necessary
dust    flying     from under the engine,
and    it    was the only way to get it Engineer FitZgerald stopped the train
started. I and, making an inspection, found the
A.B. McClenaghan, President of the badly crushed body ou the rails.   Dr
Board of Trade, then     addressed tho
F. E. Goy, who was    Biimtilcned, ac-
meeting and outlined the work ot the companied the remains to Field.
Board     of   Trade in connection with
the creamery aa already mentioned j Rossland had 244 telephones in use
"I would suggest," said Mr. McClen on April 1, as against 228 January
eghan, "that all who have subscribed  1, 1915, and 231 January 1, 191$.
YOU'LL HAVE NO BURNER TROUBLES
WITH THE NEW PERFECTION
You can't, because thc New Perfection is simplicity to the last degree. One turn of the burner
knob puts the flame at any desired point. It won't
creep up or change.
There are no perforated burner tubes to warp, bulge or become
clogged with soot. You can bake a loaf of bread or broil a steak
far better than with a coal range
because the flame is continuously
•toady. The New Perfection gives
perfect combustion and greatest economy.
In I, a, 3 and 4 burner lire* at these
dealers:
_¥_'
j^y
GD
Lawrence Hardware Co.
Revelstoke, B.C.
Rsyalii* CmI Oil girts b«M
resulti.
THI IMPERIAL OIL
COMPANY LIMITED
BRANCHES IN ALL CITIU
#.:
u,X«u.
Prince Albert is
such friendly tobacco
11
that it just makes a man sorry he didn't get wind of this
pipe and cigarette smoke long, long ago. He counts it lost
time, quick as the goodness of Prince Albert gets firm set
in his life I And P. A. can't bite or parch I That's cut out
by the patented process by which it is made 1 Prince Albert
has always been sold without coupons or premiums. We
prefer to give quality I
Get on the right-smcke-track soon as you know howl
Ask your dealer for Prince Albert. If he cannot supply you,
ask him to secure it through his wholesaler. Quick as you
can, understand yourself how much you'll like
k Fringe Albert
,.% the international joy nmokm
It stands to reason, doesn't it, that if men all over
tlie world prefer P. A. that it must have all the
qualities to satisfy your fondest desires ?
r , Men, get us right on Prince Albert!   We tell
you this tobacco will prove better than
'-■ ■     , you can figure out, it's so chummy and
V-s ..'t   ' fragrant and inviting all the
time. Just realize that you
can smoke  all you want
without a comeback !
V Prince   Albert   i§    .old
*g\V TV throughout Canada, gen-
.rally, in the * »-tb. tidy red
sM'M!     ,S      tin,   alio   in   pound  and
^im\.mmaJ»%    half-pound humidor:
R. J. REYNOLDS
TOBACCO COMPANY
Wunto«S«l.m, N. C,
U.S. A.
C. B. HUME & CO., LTD.
Fam
iomuntyfl!the°?, I Revelstoke Departmental Stores
We aim to gtve maximum
waar At minimum price
DRY   GOODS   DEPARTMENT
SPECIAL SAiLE of LADIES'
FINE WHITE WASH WAISTS,
Lawns, Voiles, etc. These are
all up to our regular standard
and some real good bargains at
$U5, $1.90 and $2.90,
SPECIAL IN LADIES* WHITE
WASH SKIKTS. Several styles
and lull uwwi'tmcut of elze*t At
$1.35.
This week all our LADIES COATS
go on sale. Several fine Coats
ln the lovely light colored cloth
wools, and nicely trimmed.
$13.50 to $15.00 Coats lor
$9.75.
A dozen WOMEN'S COLORED
COATS and some White Chinchillas In most sizes. A regular
$8.75 Coat for $5.75.
ENGLISH PRINTS in real Indigo
Blues. They have been out ot
the market for a time, we now
have fcera at, per yard, 20c.
1000 Yards ol LACE. Vale., Torchons and English Nottingham
Lace. All widths and weights,
all white, at, per yard, 5c.
MEN'S FURNISHING AND SHOE DEPARTMENT
HOT WEATHER SPECIALS
We are reftiJy for the high temp
eraturee, are you?
If not, come to us and we will
6olve your difficulties.
BALBRIGGAN UNDERWEAR
FOR MEN
Choice lines of Canadian manufactured   goods.    They  all bear
the famous Stanfield Label. Nice
elastic knit, two weights at .50c
and ,75c per garment.
SUMMER WEIGHT COMBINATIONS
A pure wool Stanfield very light
weight $2.75 per suit
W. G. &. R. COTTON COMBIN
ATIONS
1'erfectlv made with elastic ribb
inserts. Short lept= and no sleeves
Price 11.50 per Suit
BOYS COTTi )N l) NDEBW EA R
Combination? with long legs and
long sleeves. A nicely made com
fortable garment   Price ,75c suit
BOYS  TWO PIECE   UNDER-
WEAR
.-_ )rl   sleeves   and   short   legs.
Price 35c garment.
GROCERY AND   CROCKERY DEPARTMENT
CANADIAN MADE MARMALADE  PANCAKE AND SYRUP SEASON
Try a jar of Express at 25c. or
a tin of King Beach at 75s.
Head and Leaf Lettuce, Cauliflower, Celery, Radishes, green
Onions and Parsley.
TRY OUR LARGE PRUNES,
WHITE FIGS AND APRIOOT8-
THEY ARE DELICIOUS.
Self Rising Buckwheat Flour la
paokages.
Rogers Pure Sugar Syrup, 2, I,
10 and 20 pound tins.
Pride of Canada Pure Maple
Hyrup, quarts and hall gallon
tins.
Crown Brand Corn Syrup, 2 and
5 pound tins.
Lyle's English Syrnp, 2 pound
Um.
Mapls Flavored Syrup in quarts
t and  1 gallon tins.
Premium Ham, Domlaion Ham,
Premium Breakfast Bacon, Dominion Breakfast Bacon, Pe* Meal
Back Bacon, Back Bacon and
Cooked Ham.
Acknowledge Red
Cross Shipment
The following letter haa   been    r<s»
ceived by. tha local Red Cross society
Mrs. P. Blacklock,
Canadian Red Cross Society,
Revelstoke, B.O.
Dear Madam: I have pleasure ln acknowledging herewith the arrival ol ■
shipment of Hospital suppliea from
your society for whicb I enclose herewith offlclal receipt.
Will you please convey to your workers tha hearty thanks ot this sod-"
ety for this welcome contribution and
assure them that their Interest an<&
co-operation are highly appreciated.
Yonr* truly,
...  B. HAGTNNEB.      I
turn. Recording Secretary | !  I   _ FOUR
THE   MAIL-HERALD,   REVELSTOKE
7
SATURDAY,   JUNE ., l'JIO.
W. B. Parrls
Thursdaj
left li.r Vuucouver on
Field lett on Friday for Van-
Ben Dickey returned t.e
on Sunday.
Vancouver
W. A. Anstie   returned
coast on Thursday.
trom    the
R. Howson returned
ver on Thursday.
trom    VancoU'
J, Sexton of Nelson   wus   at
Hotel  Revelstoke ou Monday.
the
H. D.  Young of Nelsou spent
nesday  tn  Revelstoke.
Wed-
W. Boyd came up from Halcyon on
Wednesday.
Hen  Weston  has
trip to Vernon.
returned     from    a
J. Glasple
Thursday  in
ol     Kagle
Revelstoke.
Bay     spent
0. T.  Hibb is on a trip of
tion of the -Multiplex mine.
mspec
At the request of the   C.P.R.
city will paint the power house.
the
\\   Syne ol Kamloops     was   at the
King Edward hotel on Tuesday.
a, i ,  Voder     ol NelBon was at the
King Edward hotel on Monday.
W. Fleming purchased a car of horses in Vernon on Saturday,
,!. ic.   Paulding    of    Craigellachie
spent  Thursday In  Revelstoke.
W. B.
df     Mr.  an.l
Thui sday.
Pool ol Nelson was the guest     H,  E. Ross of Glacier     was at  the
Mrs.   IM  Kilpatrick    on King Edward hotel on Tuesday.
Vi. Olt Ml.- Young of
registered al the Kin
on Mondaj.
Albert Canyon
■ Edward hotel
"Bert" Lawrence   has    successfully
passed his examination at McGlll.
riibb.ild ami Son are     having    thu
ruins of the Climax hotel removed,
Don't forget
be held In the
dav.  June 2."
i>.   Patriotic Dance to
Masonic hall on I'M i-
Capt,  H.
visit    tl,   li'
T.  l'«tar
velstoke .
made an official
■i Wednesday,
Mr. and Mrs. D. (
cier were guests at
stoke mi Monday.
.   Dennis of Gla-
the  Hotel   Revel
Mr, ind Mrs. ll. P, Soot ol Winnipeg were guests at  the  Hotel    Revel-
, ' e ,. on Tuesday.
I-M I'.ranite has returned from Toronto and has accepted a position in
Bews'  Drug store.
Nurse I.la Harbell .tf the Rev. Istoke
Hospital is spending the vacation at
her home here.—Salmon Ann Obser
ver.
(ins I,und has returned from    doing
work on his Goidstream properties.
A,  M.  Vail  ot Edmonton registered
at the Hotel Revelstoke on  Monday
The managers uf
held  an   "at   home'
ing.
St.   John's church
an Tuesday even-
Mr.
down
Stai.
S.  Malcolm of Revelstoke camo
t,e Golden on    Monduy.—Golden
J. Williams of Benita registered at
the King  Edward hotel on Monday.
H. G. Becker of Calgary registered
at the Hotel Revelstoke ou Wednesday.
B, 1'eterson of Golden was a guest
at the King Kdward hotel on Tuesday.
11. ll. Reeves of Flat Creek registered at the Kiug Edward hotel on
Tuesday.
IM J, Gallagher of Nelson registered at the King Edward hotel on
Tuesday,
A rate of $0 will be charged by the
city for sewer connections outside the
city litr.its.
Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Laurie of Cal-
i gary were guests at the King Edward
! hotel on Monday.
,1. Vi. Lone and A. H. Joyce ol
I Toronto registered at the King Ed-
! ward hotel on Tuesday.
!ford,
The same grateful
goodness that urged
Col. Otter to praise
ADAMS'
TUTTIFRUTT1
GUM
so highly during the South
African War makes it today the favored choice
of our boys "somewhere
in France." But now our
boys have the added advantage of a more convenient package. Each
of the five sticks wrapped
in wax paper and tinfoil.
Any of five mellow flavors
to choose from. Your
dealer has Tutti Frutti
in the new package.
ORIGINATORS
<_^&£>UAAjc4^znr44?h
Mrs. A. W.  IM Peterson   of Vancouver registered at the     Hotel    Revel-
of Kamloops Btoke on Monday.
was a  visitor
nesday
W. Bewe states that the coupons he;    Rev. Lashley
is giving away witb   every     twenty- services in thc
five     rent,     purchase ol Rexall goods  Sunday.
proving very popular.
to Revelstoke on Wed-I    _   _,    .... '
C. B.  Atkins, nephew of B.  R.  At
iiins, collector ol    customs, has pass
Hall will conduct tha, L'd his   Dominion     Land     Surveyor'
Methodist    church on' examination at Calgary.
I
Vi. Bews will leave on Tuesday for
Vancouver t.. attend the annual mect-
Ing e-f the B.C. Pharmaceutical Council winch takes place on  June 8.
O. W. Brody
guest    at    the
Monday.
of Victoria     was   a
Hotel Revelstoke on
J.  Evans of Salmon    Arm register-
id  .it the King    Edward     hotel     on
Iei   crean   will be Bold at thc open- Tuesday,
•   .f the Revelstoke     Lawn    Tennia
The Manitoba Temperance Act went
into effect Thursday and the Hudson's
Bay company will test its validity as
applying to the company under its
deed of surrender," which gracits it
the privilege of trading in liouors as
sell as furs.
Gait Coul for sale.  Sibbald & Son.
GET THE HABIT.—Place your tiro
nnd accident insurance with Chas. M.
Field, who represents only old and
reliable companies.
There's comfort in cooking with
Coursier's Conl.
BANKHEAD BRIQUETTES BUR.
BEST.
Alex Desimone, Assunta Fuoco,
Gregora Fuoco, George Hughes, Reginald Hume, Freda Johnson, Mary
Laurionte, Pete Pantuso, Vitoria
Sanservene, Domini-. Sirianni, Frank
Sirianni, Tom Whitby, Jennie Fuoco,
Eva Brown. Percentage 92.37,
BIRTHS
BORN—At the Queen Victoria hospital on Wednesday, to Mr. and Mrs.
H. J. Bews a son.
May Attendance at
Selkirk School
, on Sal in day all irnoon. The pro-
will  be devoted    to the  Prison-
is    !  War   Fund.
Mrs, B, \. Lawson has received a
cheque for $26.47 In paymunt for old
rubbers collected under ber supervision by the children ol Revelstoke.
The cheque has Mien forwarded by
Mrs. Lawson to Mr. Whitehead, Belgian Consul at VantJouver, und will
i.e used feei the- Belgian Children's
Fund.
e
The Revelstoke Lawn   Tennis    club
Will  be en fete ou  the    King's Birthday,  Saturday.  3rd June, the     occa-
' elng  marked   by   the  opening  of
the new Club House,    the erection of
was entirely due to   the    generosity of the Forest  Mills of British
bia,  Lin Ited,  at •! a  number of
publU-splrlted  citizens  and sport-lov-
r.'ls.
;: irt unity
Bcribers.
n-r. I
ifti i -. oi
Mrs. I'M W. Beck of
registered    at   the  King
on Monday.
Los    Angeles
Edward hotel
Reports from Field detail
Mr.  and  Mrs, A.
ed to Kamloops.
(M1MR.   locom   tive
Buileck huve n.ov-
Mr. Balleck is a
engineer.
Mrs. Vi. M. Lawrence will not receive on Wednesday. Mrs. Lawrence Is
leaving In a fen  days f..r Bt.  Paul.
II     Cooke   Of    Kevelstoke.
Mrs. n.  Cutler,  Was  injured
steam shovel accident ut th.
Mrs, I'M I'M Bunnell ,,( Revelstoke
irrived In the city Saturday and is
registered at the strathcona.—Nelson
Daily v -.•. _
'■.  i .  I ai:-i bell,      f.ennerly     t'-P.R.
ticket   igenl   il     Revelsl  *.- bus been
rred to Kan loops, Mrs. Camp-
•ell and  ehl
Div. 1.—Laura Beech,  Robert Beech
Lemuel  Briggs,      Marguerite    Brown,
Elsie Davenport,    Elsie Frey,     Tilly
the    es- preyi  John Guzzo,  Edmund    Kincaid
cape ..f an Austrian    prisoner     from'Muricl    Lftingi     Kicuard     LaWrence
the Internment camp. The man start-[ chcater LoUgh.;ad,     Dorothea Lyttle,
ed over the hills for   Cranbrook, ran Murlej   Lyttlc Kato Morgan, Dorothy
Into a snowslide.    lost his nerve,  re- Laingi     Horace    Macdonald,     Annis
turned to the railroad, tried to catch Morganr Frank Porta,    Mary  Ringer
a  freight,  wns     recaptured     and    is  ErneBt Frey.
again at work. i)iv. ii-Jamieson    Crawford,     Se-
Maj.r  an.l  Mrs.  Crehan of   Vuncoti | cord ^uriiss,  Humerick DeBlass,   Wil-
ver arrived  last    Friday     and     will llard D,m".     Maric Goodwin,  Lillian
spend     some    time in the district in
father  of connection  With    the business of  ('rein     the ban, Martin & Co., who are auditors
tunnel,    for  aeveral  municipalities   and      business flrn s In  the    Okanagan.—Vernon
Sews.
Mrs. Pankhurst
Speaks Saturday
Saturday next will be a red letter
duy for the Women's Canadian club,
they having been able to make arrangements to have Mrs. Pankhurst
address an audience ln Revelstoke.
The subject Mrs. Pankhurst will
speak on is '''Ideals of National Service," arid should prove an attractive subject even apart fron. her ability as a speaker. All arrangements
have been made by the club and the
meeting Wlll be held in the Opera
house, which will be warm and comfortable. The fame of Mrs. Pankhurst
is too well known to make further
reference to it in these columns.
Owing to the Canadian club having
to bear the whole expense of Mrs.
Pankhurst's visit, a nominal charge
will be made, particulars of which
will be found in another column.
POUND—Ladies' Umbrella, owner
muy have same on proving property and paying for thiB advertisement.
FOR SALE—Pair of Shetland Ponies
browns, nicely matched, well broken
and gentle. Also Poriy Gladstone
(seats four), sleighs aud harness. A
complete outfit and at a very moderate price. W. J. Ball, Salmon
Arm.
FOR SALE—Boat House near Gov
eminent wharf, Revelstoke, new.
Rowboat, 14ft., never been used
spoon oars, rudder rowlocks, com
plete; also 19ft. Peterboro Canoe,
with paddles and oars. Apply to
Mall-Herald.
WANTED—General Servant, or girl
to assist with housework and care
of children. Apply Mrs. A. B. McCleneghan, Imperial Bank.
WANTED—Information as to the
whereabouts of Harry Robinson,
who lett Omaha, Neb., 21". years
ago. He is 55 years old and brother
of undersigned. Please write information to : Mrs, M, A. Smith
Box 1128, Red Lodge, Mont.
St. Francis church, McKenzie Avo.
and Fifth street, PaBtor, Rev. J. C.
MacKenzie. Sunday services:— Low
Mass at 8 a.m. and High Mass at
10:30 a.m. every Sunday. Sunday
school for the children ut '2:30 p.m.,
Benediction and Rosary at 7:30 p.m.,
Confessions Suturduy -1 to 6 and 7:30
to ',) p.m. and Sunday mcrnlng 7:30
to 8. Weeks days:—Mass every morning at 7 o'clock. Confessions before
IVass. First Fridays —Mass at 8 a.
m... Benediction and Rosary at 7:110
p. m.
WAlNf  ADVTS.
FOR SALE—Wee MacGregor, Prize
Taker and Uncle Sam seed potatoes
for sale. Picked specimens, $3.00
per hundred; unpicked, $2.00 per
hundred. Apply to H. M. McKin-
noni.
SPECIAL
15 DAYS SALE
of
Two Piece Suits
Grey Tweeds, Serges and Worsteds
Parisian Dye Works
Sanitary Cleaning and
Tailoring   Parlors
"Thaf  said    the     well     informed
in,  "is a  -'artersnake."
"That  little rhing"' exclaimed   the
modest    maiden,  incredulously;  "why
it's ever so much too small!"
!  Come here.
Wed-
and the (.Tub takes this ta r   resid-nce
■ ef    '1 -inkiLt-  the  v,ui..'..s     .ops   - •
cr may a»k a
mt  and  interesting      V   '
■ assured,
.
The
■
The re-     ■
I
here.—Kam-     Purr Fruit Flavors exclusively    are
. j   \_  the    fillings     for     Liggett's
which  *re 60ld *r'$ L'"'ir'
R
Bews.   K*l8,i   DruS
Hayward, Victor Hooley, Hazel
Hughes, Aileen Lawrence, Bella Pet
erson, John Pugsley, Penrl Tevini,
Lorne Thompson., Gordon Young,
Louis Patrick, Jack Murray, Harvey
MacLean. Percentage 95.9.
Div. III.—Margaret Brown, Jack
Carmichaei, Aura Corning, Eldon
Corson. Feme Donaldson, Ivy Don-!
aldson, Hilda Gallicano, Wesley Hen-!
■lerson, Walter Hughes, Tannis Jack-!
son, Donald Kilpatrick, Cecil Kimberley, Lionel Laing, Rosamond Lawrence, Charley Mackenrot, James Mil-
lar, Florence Pagdin, Rachael Pagdin'
liorothy Purvis, Rosina Rowlett !
Fred Skene, Alice Tevini
97.
Div.
WINDSOR   HOTEL   CAFE
L. H. Wisener
SPECIAL    FOR   SUNDAY
Chicken Dinner from 6 p. m. to 8.30 p. m. 50 cents
If you like good coffee try ours
Our kitchen  is  open to inspection at all hours
Percentage
i-^aXkimY*,
EMPRtiob   THciAiRE
PROGRAM
TODAY    ''■ ■ .'Taction   ot
the season.  F St larl   Whyte'e summer  ittract
all new  son-.- and    dances      Mln
Clinton, billy Oiwald,      Miss
IV.-John Crawford,     Cerinda
Defed,    Roee Frey,  Janet Fyfe, Mary
ie to Itlon     means Gusa.0, Robert   Hume, Olga Johnson.
IW-   Evelyn Laing, Torsten Lundell
ence. lose out by the Norberg
■  r    why  READ THB piece,     Uher*-
THINK     FOR     YOUR-   "
'  '.eod     ar.
I    '
lay  visit
tn Scotch   aongi "ther was wet
Victor     Dyer.      Mis-i
• >ra   lav"'-' t.T'ai-     '
miss 1
-     '     - ' ■
,   -
3cr,w.'
Albert Petersr ., ridlth
.-.ii, Earl Petti
...a Porta,    Laura Purvis,
..ulth Rear,   Kathleen    Squarebriggs,
(Advt.    Gertrude   Morgan.  Percentage 90.12.
Dlv.   V.—Carroll    Armstrong,  Hilda
Blower,  RoBe  Blantouche,     Eva Carl
ilchael,   Albert Ddfeo,    Amanda Dcsi-.
ir.ooe,  Jean Edward*    Margaret TCw-
.,.-,.-      ,0   ing,  Delbert  Hooley,   Arnold  Johnson
lObert   Johnson,      W liter      Johnson,
,.i?   lordon Kenward,    Arthur Kimberley,
!!
CHAS. M. FIELD
Fire Insurance [
Sellable and <
companies
'"]
Accident Insurance [l"dt, X.'.S*""]
n    Doors     and
Hardware
Life Insurance [
Notary Public        Revelstoke
iliglu'st earnings tn
IntewKt last
y.ar  J
Real Estate
rurtan  ■
•
BATUKDA.     ind V-.■   >-
I        i the attraction
.-.    ■   erica's   most    l«n<
(1'a ' ■:;r KU
_
■   ; prtC-S
sa   •       - - -     '        r- '
al-o NM-stor comedy.
HONDA. ■'     OiMUi
(Ju".n   In ■'• parte,    most    exciting
picture of circus life.
T0E3DAY—The tl f ol Oral!
fen- .ring  Jane  NOTftk.
WSDNESDAY — Hobert Rosworth in
The Whit*  BC«r,  f,  parts.
COMING—The    '.iri and the Came, a
spl°n.ltd railroad sennl  with     most
eicitim.' railway icenea,
Tne  RmpfeSM    Theatre has added an-
•
■
oHion    2'.
i
■
and
. . and
'•s  made «arly
•      sports  received   Mv   the   ' «.«■»««■«.
,/ite   the
v •■ .: ,le   pa -iperteri       tO     be
•   I
•i    Second
Hand  Store nei'   •     • i..   ' DlOt
H   Behrendt, •  for Cress
man  *  Co..   has  returned     for      the
I.ndien have your suits
.hon   hy  -Jet-temher!
/-'%.
I received from
Vernon there is a serious epidemic of
rneai|en In the 'Itv which may cause
■- ■■ In Mi" ai.ne.unced pro-
other Paramount picture to their ..r ,,., ,,f ,,|,enlng a rr Hilary ramp In
program, making three B WWl thai  eit)    A  soldier in the Oknnngan
ParamouM Travelogue, takin? yml writini; to n Kamloops friend stated
around the world In pictures will thrit th„ -ijaease hs t become so serl-
rtart next week. | ,,,,„  that   It wni almost   neesflsary to
Havinr    made arrangements with the rlnoe  lb. nehools,  but, this  was     not
Rex  Theatre.  Vnrcouver,  the     Err.- ,]r,nn     for  r-qr 0f tt._ ff^L  ,t   m^t
press     will    ihow once  a week the hhV, wHh ,,,„ opeo|ng ,,r th„ enmp.
Triangle program  direct from     tbe
jfbove theatre which cornlsts of a Men of fledentnrr Habits find K«-
« reel Feature nnd a 2 reel corned* nil Orderly the ideal laxnMve-tbelr
Keystone. Tbis program Is abso- "*lon Mnt gentle and natural fold
lutely th' greatest films ever shown onry by W. Bews, Rexall Dnjg stor«
^■^■^■■■■■^■^■■■■■B | 1'r "nd ** Box*
GALT    COAL
r-,
CQAt
ALL \
NI8MT   J
Dominion Bxprei* Money Ordei
STEAMSHIP   TICKET   AGENT
INSURANCE
NOTARY PUBLIO
W. H. HOROBIN
Nk.xt   TO    P.**'!'    Offii k
Kilpatrick,     Boyd  Kincaid
Robert  Laughton,     Barafa   Laughton,
Lawrence,    Reginald  Manley,1
\rehie McKinnon, Annie Mitchel (Una
nl      Dolly   Shepherd,    David
' re  Singer,  Annie Teveni,
lerrit -ii        Margaret      Van
Horae
Hiv Tl David Beeoh, Raymond
■De Peo. Harnh li" h'eo, Frank De
Rerir, Desimone. Klena Oalll0a«
BO, Peter ■'Iriiiier, Albert (luzzo, Nos-
,nan Johnson, Winston Johnson,
lr,hn Kaby, Dorothea Lundell, Santa
MagatOO Albln Morberg, Laura Rob-
tiins, Lillian Short, Nellie Singer
Anrile Watt Myrtle Armstrong, Rul
De Blasi, liorothy Dewar, RogerB
Foote, Audrlan Roots, Isabel Lawrence, Bobble Laughton, Laura Johnson,  Jean  Hayward.   Percentage 97.51'
Dlv. VH Mndie Aasal, NlckolaJ
Ahramson, Sarah Bell, Catherine
Rellnskl, Mary Briggs, Polly Can
rellerl, Mirbiiel Cashato, Celeste De
Ven, flwerOh Davis, Lnuls De More,
Tack Edwards, Mary Fyfe, Theodore
Laughton, Kenny Mcl/eod, Ernestine
Mlrelll, Kathleen Mltrhel, Fred MotH
f.lly Norberg, Elizabeth Porta, Lila
Porter, Fred Rear, Vlttorla Sirianni
Willie Shepherd. Nellie Short, Hft7.nl
Tapping, Annie WcRttr.nn, Neva W6bi
ster,  Ernest Woods.  Percentage 90.SO
Dlv.   VTTf—Receiving Class:     Mike
flsfnro   Santa   Colllo,     Annie eOraw*
m
The purchase price of this famous
1881 Rogers Al Plate
WF. give coupons with every 25c. purchase of all the high grade guaranteed products made by the United
Drug Company. Wc are willing to lose
money on the silverware to get you acquainted with these goods, which are standard in their line.
"Rexall Remedies'*
Liggett's Candies. Perfumes, Toilet Articles,
Brushes. Stationery, Rubber 'Goods, and
hundreds of other items, household preparations, etc. You cannot afford not to secure this popular silverware, when you can
get it on our half bought plan. As an example, this teaspoon that sells for 25c. you
can get lor 10c. with coupon!.r
Bews' Drug Store
Where Rexall Goods Are Sold

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