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Array REVELSTOKE
Ohlet lumbering, railway, mining, agricultural and navigation centre between Calgary
and,the Pacific oc    '.
*A
The Mail-Herald
THE MAIL-HBRALD
Published weekly—Read
by everyone—The ir.eignlsed
advertising medium for the
city and district.
V
Vol. 23 -No. ><,.
REVELSTOKE. B.C,   SATURDAY, MAY 6, 1910
$2.50 Per Year
%
LIBERAL MEMb. +
DR. MICHAEL ClARK
SUPPORTS GOVERNMENT
Powerful Endorsation of Borden Government's Actions
— Rebukes Partisan Critics — Has No Time for
Criticism — Will Support Government
EIGHT MONTHS
IN TRENCHES
OTTAWA. — Powertul endorsation
of the Borden government's conduct
■uf the war wan spoken in parliament
by Dr, Michael Clark, the sturdy
[Radical-Liberal trom Red Deer.
Sweeping away considerations of petty partisanship, Dr. Clark paid generous and eloquent tribute to the
government's achievements, placed
liimself- squarely behind the administration "till victory rests upon our
banner," and rebuked With subtle but
■biting sarcasm the critics in tbe
ranks of bis own party. In words of
solemn beauty he extolled the heroism of the Canadians at the front,
and turning to his followers, he applied to them the words of Pope: "A
man must serve his time to every
trade but censure—critics all are
ready made."
Dr. Clark's speech profoundly impressed the house. After a series of
speeches pitched in a low key, hiB
sturdy, four-square eloquence came
like the proverbial waterfall on a
barren desert. Electrified by the passionate eloquence, the Conservatives
cheered wildly. Stung by the scathing
rebuke of tbeir tactics by one of their
dwn associates, members of the opposition sat in significant silence. For
no one can Impeach the Liberalism ot
Dr. Clark. He is of the British Liberal school which sat at the feet ol
Gladstone and Morley in days gone
by. But since the beginning dl the
wnr be lias fist aside the prejudices
and passions of party, viewed only
lhe war. viewed it steadily, and
viewed it whole. Two of his sons are
enrolled under the Empire's banner,
one ls among the last brave remnants
of the Princess Pats.
Dr. Clark's break with jiarty is the
political sensation ,< the hour. It is
believed to lie complete. He did not
atten,j>t to palliate his condemnation
of their methods, nor did bo tender
any half-hearted support to Sir Robert Borden. Liberal members, after
the sjic>ch of the member for Red
Deer, admitted that his strong protest will seriously affect their position with the people.
Dr. Clark said: "I intervene in this
discussion because I have a very
great [uestlon in my mind as to whether this discussion should really ho
i i' ee.     I  think  there is room.'
for gra doubt whether we are rot
lot-in. iur sense nf |.i'o|iortion in the
greatest crisis that has ever been
passed through by this country, by
this Ive pire, by the world, and by
the world's prospects for the advance il i vili,-it ion. 1 intervene from
a Rtner sense ,,f duty and because I
think >t would he unfortunate that a
rote "f this ii agnltude in connection
with ., wer of tins magnitude should
pass Without a note of cl>'ar support
of th" i" ivenitiient at this crisis,
Coming Iron   this side  of  the  house.
"I come from ,i province where up
to the present moment we hnve rc-
crulted 2,656 more men than mako
our quota for the f>C0,<K)0 at which
the government is aiming. That is a
fail of which, as an Albertnn, I am
reasonably proud, and that ls a fact
for which i Bnd tbe explanation is
this Thai the people of Alberta are
not s,, much concsrned where tho
sugar is being got for the troops as
they      ate    in getting  the troops and
beating tlie Qermans,
"1 list ned with very creat care to
the Statement of the prime minister
from beginning to end. 1 listened to
it rali: ly nnd as 1 listened I am
proud to he ;, citizen of Canada, and
proud ti. Me a citizen of Canada because of what, the present government
of Canada has done in connection
with tins wnr. There were certain
things tbat loomed Up in my mind as
I listened to that statement. Tho
ilrst thing with which f was Impress*
e.i was the magnitude of the burden
■'•nit th. responsibility which came
ii|irin tie government of a small por
tion .,f tlie Uritish Empire with the
swiftness and lhe suddenness that wo
l.now characterized the conn onee-
menl ..f the wnr.
It w ip tnv privilege as it was my
honor at the beginning ..f the war,
and It lios been mv privilege n oro
ii  ,ie  .me.    Hnre, to SXprc     whnl   was
my clear conviction   Bnd    what    is
equally my clear conviction now that
the head ol this    government and the
majority of Its supporters were seized at once with the importance of
the issue und bent their whole energy
to the task of contributing a proper
quota on the part of Canada to the
successful prosecution of tbe war,
That was my conviction then and is
my conviction now ami 1 am clear in
•ny mind that history will record,
whatever may be the petty political
fortunes of jiarty in this country at
the next or any other election, that
'i.y right honorable friend who leads
this government has from the day
the wur clouds burst kept a single
eye to the winning of the war, and
bas not been led aside or diverted
from that purpose by any small motive or consideration whatever.
"The next thins that loomed out in
front of me as I listened to tho
statement was that the jioint tbat
was referred to by the prime minister liimself and was the tremendous
task which has fallen upon a large
and momentarily increasing number
of the staff of the militia department, and of the loyalty and devotion which often as the prime minister said must bave carried their
nerves to the racking point witb
which every member of that stafl
must have done their duty. The government and the staff of the department ha I splendid support from another consideration which was raised
by the prime minister, because the
spirit that animated the government
and the spirit that animated the
stall of the militia department was
the spirit of the great majority of
right thinking |>cople in this country.
"There was another thought that
came to me, nnd It was the thoueht
,.f gratitude, that though we have
bud those stupendous tasks thrown
suddenly upon our government and
especially upon the militia department, and though j<eoplc had to
make sacrilices and share in the carrying of the burden, yet we havo
such a magnificent heritage in this
country nnd our liberties arc so protected by the flag under which we
live thnt none of us in this land
lave hnd to go with one meal less,
none of us with any fear of what was
coming to us or coming to the Empire. I an. grateful that I am in
that position. I nm thankful to the
men at the front for achieving this
for us.
'And this, after all, is the greatest
consideration. That is the greatest
,'ori.ideration that wis raised in the
liritnc minister's speech. We all echoed every sentiment he i xpressed as bo
recalled the way the Canadians st",..)
iii the breach ,.ne year ago, and the
way they are prepared to stnnd nnd
shed the last drop of their blood for
the flag, for thc Empire, for tho
world's liberties, the world's future
and tlie world's civilisation. In the
presence of these c. nsideratlons .
nay be allowed to exjiress a doubt
whether the points that hnve been
raised In this discission ure calculated to help in the accomplishment    of
that great task, whether they are not
calculated to hinder. If their had ii"t
been grounds for criticism the government would not have been human.
Humanity is fallible, it is said that
tbe .an wbo never makes mistakes
never makes anything. If the govern
netit had not gone Into this war
with the intention of making something, of helping to achieve the victory that we know is coming; if they
lad not gone into it animated with
the spirit that makes for victory
they might not huve made mistakes,
but they would not have helped mucH
in bringing about that victory. Vie
are told that you cannot make omel-
e's without breaking eggs. It is one
of thc misfortunes ,,f war that It
greater jirofit even to the farmers, to
the ions "ho 'tre left at home, while
the other sons nre sacrificing nil
they have at the front. Mistakes' of
course; and critics' of course. Said
Pope ''A man must serve his time
to everv trade but censure—Critics
are  all  read]   made."
"For my part In such n crisis in
the history of our Empire and our
country, l have no time for criticism
\ i private ritben. who happers for
the  moment tn have ,i sent ln parlift-
eni    i have a., time f"i     crll
Mj  talk, aril such effort as I am able
Corpl.  H.  Davenport  Returns
From the Front—Attached
To   Bomb   Throwers
Another of the Revelstoke boys,
Corjil. H. Davenport, returned fron.
thc front on Tuesday night, and has
been granted his discharge.
Corpl, Davenport, who enlisted in
Kevelstoke, left Victoria last June
with the 58th Battalion and shortly
alter arriving in Kngland left for the
front with a draft of fifty .to reinforce the 10th Battalion. Ho spent
eight months in the trenches, mostly
in Belgium, and in March received a
shrapnel wound in the knee and developed a sever? attack of rhouiiiut
ism from which he is still suffering.
He was also slightly gassed. At the.
front he has been attached to the
bomb throwing section of the l«th
Battalion.
While in Belgium he met most of
tlie Revelstoke boys who were all
well.
Corpl. Davenport could doubtless
tell mnny exciting experiences but
modestly refuses to talk. His brother, Prvte. James Dakenport is still
in trenches, being a stretcher bearer
in the lath Battalion
There were seventy disabled soldiers including ten oflicers on the
boat on winch he returned, and the
treatment he received was sjdendid
all the way through.
Before enlisting Corpl. Davenport
was in tbe employ of the Canadian
Pacific Railway. He is a son of Mr.
('. H. Davenport of Revelstoke.
PAY TRIBUTE
TO FIREMEN
Fourteen Have Enlisted -
of Honor Unveiled
-Roll
A vcry interesting ceremony took
place at the regular monthly meeting of Flre Brigade No. 2, on Monday
night, when a roll of honor ot aU
the firemen Who have enlisted was
unveiled. VV. A. Foote performed the
ceremony and mude a very appropriate speech, nflcr which three hearty cheers were given for lhe lire brigade      Moys      at.   lhe  front.   Out.  of  a
membership    of   about twenty, fourteen have enlisted.
The Roll of Honor, which is displayed in 0. It. Macdonald's window,
is the work of I'M li. Bond and is
one of the neatest pieces of work
ever seen in Revelstoke, being all
done by hand, lt is made out of
quarter inch fir and is what, is called
fretwork. On each corner is a sbair.-
rock, rose and thistle. At the top
are representatives of the army and
navy done in relief work with the
various flags. At the bottom are
crossed rifles and bayonets. Spaces
have been left opposite the names to
allow the rank of the different boys
to be inserted.
CREAM FOB HEVELOTE
PRACTICALLY AiOflED
Member For Kootenay Praised—Day.i&ht Saving Scheme
Discussed—Internment Camp Resolution Pasced
or ami maki      i n    est to
the i Jan idia       I ■ Railway     to
■ '    thin
would I.   tl e   .1 Ij  fi .■ me.
. .' :. Ine tld stal I thai there
w.is no i'.ms,en v.!.-. ■' : isln ss men
In the cltj orten     their
hours     and     .lose     the stores at 5
Revelstoke Graduates
Receive Diplomas
Graduating exercises for tbe lfllO
class of nurses at the Royal Columbian Hospital, New Westminster,
were held at that institution yesterday afternoon arid were largely attended, says the Vancouver Province
of Thursday. The members of the
hospital board of management were
present and delivered addresses to
the graduates, md at the snme time
diplomas were presented. Music was
provided by the band of the 131st
Battalion. From 1 to 6 o'clock n rc-
cejition was held by the hospital
board and staff. The graduating class
were entertained by the New West-
■iiinster Graduate Nurses' Association
at dinner recently in the nurses'
home.
The members of the class graduating yesterday were Miss Purdy, Miss^
Sipprell, Miss Reirhenbach, Miss Bis-
hop, Miss Nicol, Miss Murray, Miss
Colltshaw, Miss Laura Johnson arid
Miss Rheta Johnson. The Misses
Johnson ar" daughters of Mr. and]
Mrs.  A.  Johnson,   Revelstoke.
The   monthly meeting ol the Board  t.e each Board e.f  rradi   In the interior Trade was held in the City    Hall
on Thursday night.
A. im McCleneghan, chairman,
brought up the question of thu lu-
ternmenl camp, He explained thai
from correspondence received be had
Ins doubts as to whether the camp
would   be    established    here    early
enough In the season.     At a meeting o'clock for the summer,
of the executive it  was    decided     to      Alter      considi on   by
take the ijuestion up with the city the vai'ieeus members, Mr. Me- irley's
council.     '1'iie   council in 1.1 a special bui • ,!     tlie
meeting   and drew un a resolution, a secretarj  •.-..        • : to write th"
cojiy ..if whicli was sent to the Board vaii.e;s Boards of Tradi throughout
of Trade suggesting that the resolu the interior and isk theii co-operation be endorsed liy tin Board of tion In I esttng ti.e' e anadian. Pac-
Trade, tlie Liberal Association, the ific Railway to extend the Mountain
Conservative   Association, the Retail  time t,, Stand
Merchants' Association and by the A. McRa. reported • the min-
City Council and forwarded to tho ing committee hail noi completed
authorities. He further explained their Investigations bul were work-
that   the question had  been  taken up  mg hard.
with Mr. R. I'M Creen, M.P., who was      The    nutter     of a road  t.> the Big
doing  everything  possible to     secure  Hend was discussed a.:   length  but  no
tbe camp and who had always shown  decision was reached,
every    willingness to meet the wishes
of the Board     in every way possible.
This resolution would he sent to the
Government and   would     no     doubt
strengthen Mr.  Green's hand.
                                                          Mayor McKinnon then spoke as follows'     'Tn the    past     two     mouths 	
The regular meeting of     the     City the dWcrent clties al,    over     hrMe]i (Special to the Mall-Herald)
Council was held on Wednesday night Columbla     mude    every effort to se-     THREE   VA1 LEY-May 7     Mrs   S
but the business was chiefly routine.    curc wlmt assistance they cmlld trom  K   Houston enterl    •    I al
Two letters were read     from     the  Uie momy that ,„ Mn_ gpent ,)y the party     y.  n . (
Chief of Police, one stating that the mmtnry authorltle8i Vancouver, Vic- her son, W. Houston if Vancouver
sewer ditch at the Jap poolroom was toria and Kamloops havc sent dele- who spent Easter with his „K,ther*
almost   completed, and tbe other let- gatea t() OUaw;l   u ,ms beenofficlaUy The evemn, wa_ '
ter was a report on the chimney tire  Mnounce,,   tllal  about l2,m 6oldier8 &nd a gue8gjng     p„.,tMt ,"., w,]ich ^
would  be  trained    at     Vernon     this flrst prize went    to     Mrs.     Stewart,
year. Through the endeavors of    the Miss Nelson winn        Becond.     A
different    cities no further steps have  pleasing feature ol the evening was a
been     taken.     Revelstoke Is not in a  solo  by  Mr.     Ruther!. nl   by
position     geographically     to train a the guest of honor. At Mrs.
great number of men, but is well sit- Houston, assisted by a number of tho
nated for an internment camp.     Tbe ladies    served   a delicious supper, at
,   __ military authorities arc evidently not   which covers were laid    for     twecitv
G. Rossi applied for   permission to tbe bMt fripndB of RevjB,Btoke,  If the eight.     '
erect a barber pole.     Permission was- ,au,t ,„ ours    wfl sh(ju|d km)K  jt anJ      ^   Houstm   ^ ,
granted. remedy   it.   If it  is a matter of per
It was decided to enforce the pound ponal animosity    the Revel8toke citi-
bylaw at once, many complaints hav- 2eng ebom nQt Fubmit to    lfc    The
reason we havc drawn up the resolution is that
City Council
The Sews From
Holds Meeting
Ite
valley
last week.
A letter was read from W. B. Farris with reference to fees for registering city property and enclosing an
account for same. The matter was
referred to the Finance committee
with instructions to bring in a report at the next meeting.
been raceived.
Nakusp Red
Crosj MiV;
^^^^^^^^^^^    Miss     Mildred
'Mowat returned   from     Vernon     and
"ther points south  Sunday.
Mr. Waddell ..f Craigellachie spent,
a few days I .st week here, the
Revelstoke must she iw a inies* ,,[ the Rutherfords.
solid front and no organization Mr. anl Mrs. \. E>. Haycock and
should object to endorsing any- children returned to Three Valley on
thing     that      was     for     the     bin-   Monday     afl : spent the win-
efit of the City     of     Kevelstoke.    If ter at Malakwa,  Mr.    Haycock is fire
there could be more unity  Revelsto district,
would be better off.   H. M. Lawrence     A. Ruther! .ited    friends    al
'. !ral ' isl  Saturday.
' Tafl   was  a     recent
'• alley,
Mrs,   -' ind   daughter     Dolly
to exert have been from the beginning behind the clear-eyed purpose of
thc prime minister, tbey are so now
and so I believe are tbe thoughts and
efforts of the people of Canada. For
I do not, believe this, that whatever
criticism is to be offered, whatever
reputations are to ne made or lost,
ihis is not the time for these things.
"This is the time to stand under
the (lag that we all love and for tho
greatest cause that ever animated
the people and thc people's allies,
behind the government, ot whom his
tory will record that it has done
well—to stand for that cause and under that flag till victory rests upon
our banner.
"It is because tlie people of this
country believe thnt the prime minister and his government and tbo
majority of his supporters have takcu
that attitude, and are determined to
occupy it to the end with a singlo
eye to victory without the squabbles
of party—it is because the people believe this that I feci they are behind
the government until the war is
won."
Hon. Frank Oliver could not agree
with Dr. Clark that thc opposition
was unduly critical of tho govern
ment. There wns no doubt, he said,
that, i great responsibility had been
placed iije.'ii the government, but
that very resi'onsiblllty had imposed
also a great responsibility upon tbo
opposition, Efficiency could only
come from fair and freo criticism of
's. and thai was the only criticism that the opposition had made.
The business meeting held tbe   first moved     that     the    resolution  be en-
Wednesday of eacb month of the Red dorsed by the Board of    Trade     an.l
Cross     society was conducted May 3 Vi.  H. Pratt seconded  the' motion,
in the library of the Y.M.C.A.,     tbe     a.  J.  Macdonell reported    on     the
president, Mrs.  Kilpatrick,     in     tho work that had aready been don [organ spent Kast-
chair. The attendance wus good, and. reference to tbe i>io;.,,sl creamery In er . • ■ ■•- of Mrs. P.
satisfactory     work   handed in as foi- Revelstoke     arid     explained    that   11
lows: would  be necessary t.. r.nsi    (4,030.00 	
Mrs.  J. Boyle, 4 pairs socks. to start  the prop, .sit ion.     This
Mrs. Stanley Pearse ,(Montc Creek), been divided Into 4O0 shares
2  pairs socks. each and  to date  _!7 shares  had  been
A Friend, Mrs.     W.  Morris,     Mrs. subscribed. The committee   did
Burfield,     Mrs. Allen,     Mrs.   Downs, anticipate     any    difficulty In raising
Mrs.  C. Austin,  Mrs. McAlpine,    Mrs. the   amount    necessary,      "We     have
J.  Ingle,    Mrs.  .Jollille,     Mrs. Wady, gone int..  the  question    thoroug
Mrs. R. Drquhart,    Miss Eva   Joliffe, said  Mr.  Macd inell,  "and    as
1  pair socks each.
lit Home And
Presentation
One    of     thi isant At
__^^^_______________.     "" .v.i"   given     on
are 128 cows available in Hevclstoke Friday     afternoon,    .'■.   .   --.  at the
Mrs. Tomlinson cut out 12 shirts.      alone.     there is no   |U<estion  that   in-
From Mrs. W. Fleming a   donation  eluding Ih' outlying di trlcts we will
of  $1   was      received      With      grateful   he able  t,, secure  th''  numbei   ..'  I
thanks from thc local Red Cross.        roqulred."
A   very    pleating    contribution to     \. i:. A    that
lhe Red  Cross .supjili.'s  was     icceived   when      lie       re  Ulred  number •■( COWI
from Nakusp, This    auxiliary  is keep    uteri •      '
ing     uji its reputation in serving the eminent     would   advance 80 per ent
great   cause  and   the     local   Red  Cross   ,,f  the  an ft   required,     11.    thought   Rowers.   Tea   was
society   expresses  its indebtedness to that everyone should work   hnd    to  Amman
the workers of Nakusp for tbis
did shipment,
iplen-
Pori  t Mills in     benor   of
Mis. i ■    ', . .  : |     ','..,-nen's
■   11 ter's church.     A
• ■ MiM d  to bid
Mn    Pro   ■ •    fi    nd I
bSI       .1       : '        ■    .-It t.i Kllll.ee!.' e    _.
The   dtnl g    i
cheery with   its   d<tcoration ••: spring
po ni.1     by     Mis.
and   Mrs. Bradshaw I
,,,is end first hour, and for tbe second by Mrs.
The daviu'ht saving     scheme    was Toi I Mrs. Pur
Nakusp    contribution:   7    surgical brought up by the president, who ex- i,v the   Misses
shirts, 2 helpless    shirts,   IS suits  py-   plained      that   it   seemed  to  bl   giving Airman. Brydge
jamas,      2  jinirs convalescent    shoes,  satisfaction  In  different  cities on  the
gical work.
Kevelstoke
Jolllffi.    Bradshaw,
  nnd Piocuniet.    Tho
                                                                guests   were,   ri' '              .   Mrs.   Holmes
50(1 mouth wipes, old cotton lor sur- prairie and read exti icti    Iron     thi Wood    and Qoddard,    The mu
different eastern newspapers, ihe ma- Mrs. McVity,     Mil     I
contribution:   10   suits  |ority of which favored tbe ichen.el Procunier,              the                  - by
pyjamas, 10 day    shirts,    ll     iiuirs     Mayor if.   I. McKininm in  addrMs< Mi-   Denl    nd 1                .j,..'    were
socks.                                                          in:- the meeting said that the matter enjoyed '.-,     |1, Bnd helped  taaterl
HANNAH BLACKLOCK,        had      been   brought  il|i  in  the council to  make  thl                  n  a SUCCeSS.
Secretary, and thai that body favored it,     pro- perl                                      ,t  incident
 vlded it worked no    hardship on the ,.' tl                      ...   tbe    presenting
hotels    and  restaurants whose hours by Mrs.                       Mrs, Procunier
were to a certain   extent    regulated ..n behalf of the ladlM e,f gt, p ■
by tin   time    of the arrival and de- church.  , hou   tet of carnal
liartiire of trains. a purse ,,f gold   secreted In the flow
IT. McSorley  suggested    that    in- ers.   Mi             • ler will  be    greatly
stead of tbe Canadian pacific    rind- missed not only by 81              auxil-
way changing   the time East of Rev- lary.    but    by   •              nt mber ot
(Istoke they    Should     be     asked     to friends  who have always    found     her
The Miner claims liossland's     busi- Change     the     time     at  North H'i"l, rlieerful     nnd    willlm:
ness section Is tho   dirtiest thorough-  which     would Simplify the mntter bj good work.
fnre    of     the     kind    in R.C, and Is  making  the   Revelstoke time an  hour	
shouting its head off for a civic dean earlier.      The only way to do    this Trail council is urged to    tastal
Up day.                                                  | satisfactorily,     snlil he, "is to write first class   eww sy •• ■   ••   ■
Seven employees of tho Hudson Hay
Co, store at Vernon have to dato enlisted for overseas service.
Thc old   RossWd    steam
which has been idle for some
is being overhauled  nnd wlll
iterations nctt month.
laundry
yenrs,
resume
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ll PAC,!-: TWO
THE  MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,   MAY   6,   191G.
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Gbe flDafl-TDeralb
Published every Saturday at
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Company, Limited
V.  E,  GIGOT,  Manager and    Editor,
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SATURDAY,   MA,V   G,   L'JIC.
PRODUCTION AN J THRIFT
■, be man wh,, produces one pound
of anything ol v due, the man who
Improves I be breed of his own cattle,
the man who makes two blades ol
g00d grow where one grew be
fore, i,- a Iding te the wealth of thu
nation, to the richness ol tbe country. Not alone is tbat the case, but
he is contributing bis bil to Christianity and to the welfare of the
world. Jt is given t( th< fanner and
breedei I > servi bis native land more,
by Mis individual effort than is within the power ol the ordinary follower
of any 'ether occupation, The farmer
by his own unaided efforts, except by
the gifts of nature, can maintain bis
Wife and family. No other woiker in
the world's vineyard can say as
much unless h? is willing to go naked and that he and his should often
times suffer the pangs oi hunger. And
the claims upon the fanner and bis
tfellow, the breedei, in present circumstances .ne not only urgent but
many.
There are people who object to the
assertion that the agriculturist ir.
making the earth yield Its utmost, in
tending his docks and herds witb
care. diligence an I intelligence, is
doing his bit, tbe same as the mac1
in the trenches. He is not directly
placing his own life in jeopardy perhaps, but he is helping to sustain
those who are. Ke is providing a
good-sized portion ol the ammunition. There are possibly men on the
land who would be more use on tbe
field of battle, but one thing Ls certain if the me;. i ■( value to
the s.i'.l and I thi [arm yard are
taken away some means must be
tound to replai ■   tbi
Canada's future  'ies in the     womb
of her agriculture,   T • mak( t •
use o:  '
will be, to taki gl tlul place ln
the    world's ecoi •■•  must I
.   ■        • :.    tt ■    must   i
.t.i     in pr ive, we must bend al
i nergli s t.   res -Ms. we   must
wast-     ind,    • n  n .•  it all, wi   i
focus our eyi 	
pay
Our position is
and  li
ts.   Wl
tei
be pr.:   ■ ■ It.   Tl is
not    aloni
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at 7Mi'll p.m. A Vestry meeting of all members of the
Church eif England will be held by
Hie Bishop on Monday evening, Mny
S,   al. 7.80,  in   St.   Peter's church.
MbyrnomsT churoh
The pastor will sjieak in the morning (11 a.m.) on the meaning of
church men bership and in the evening a.'i'i p.m.) on the unity ot the
Spirit. The Sacrament of the Lord's
Supper will ne administered in connection with the    morning     service,
When I here will Me a reception ol
those desiring t>> he admitted to
membership with the church.   Sunday
BChool   and   bible  classes  at   .Mild  p.m.
AT  THE  THEATRES
through the piny could  be enacted In1
real life. '
An awakening came. The daily
papers commenced to jiublish stories
seemingly even moro weird and Improbable than that of "The Man Who
Stayed nt Home." Never in tho
theatrical history of Kngland has so
much interest been aroused through
one play.
"Th" White Fenther," our coming
production, is the same play. The
same sensation that has been caused
iu Britain is being extended to Canada.
dames Cuy-l'shor, who plnys the,
leading role, is assisted by such well
known players as Zana Vaughn, Ninl
(luilliert, Allen Rtrlckfadden, J. W.
Middlemas, Clinton Richfield, Charlie
Smith, Laurel Bennetts, Flora I.e
Mar and others.
is a cause that Is worthy of every
man's consideration, and oven lf you
never need the drill it is labor well
s|icnt.
The following arc the promotions:
To he Section Commanders: H. H.
McVity, S. Holmes, W. Moore, and
II.   Miillliolland.
To be Squad Commanders: H.
Haug, I'M llourne, P. Cooper, 9. Halverson, iV. B. Stoncx, J. Jamieson,
nnd w. B. Robertson.   '
To be Quartermaster: Robt. Squarebriggs.
Much Interest in
Citizens league
"Till-:  WHITE   FEATHER"
With the production of "The White
Kent her" at the Empress theatre
here on Monday, May X, local theatre
patrons are promised the most novel
drama that has ever been brought to
Canada.
The most dramatic feature of the
great World War that has been placed before the eyes of the world was
brought about in the early stages of
the war l>y the exposure of the Gorman espionage system.
The publishing daily of the cxjiloits
of the Qerman spies in England
brought ahout gradually the realization by the Uritish populace that the
extent of the system wus much greater   than  had   ever  been  comprehended.
Trusted servants who bad long
been in the employ of old English
families—many of whom wore connected with the diplomatic service-
were found to bave been also in the
employ of the German government
fm years. Hating breaches of trust
were exposed; attempts on innocent
lives were revealed. The light of
exposure was thrown on a vast conspiracy by hundreds of German workers in an effort to keep their own
country advised I'f Important diploma! Ic moves by Britain.
Then followed wholesale persecu
tions and    Imprisonments, the details
of Wlllell Will II"! le' made kllOWU Until Muil- alter the war has become
history. Slowly bul surely tbe Uritish hand of lustice reached out and
wiped the blight of espionage from
the Uritish  Isles.
a ilble for the Btirring
of feeling   ig linst   the    Herman     sus
pi   '       n.     the uld Country  was the
;■' e tncular   nlav    "The     Man     Wh ■
•   H ."     When    Brsl
sented in l.iiilon the spectators were
struck believe
■
I
Every Wednesday evening at S p.m.
an average of "el men muster in the
ranks of the Home (Innrils, under
the command of Oapt. Sawyer.
It is interesting to note the enthusiasm that is shown hy the men, and
great credit is due the Captain and
his able stall of officers for thc state
of efficiency that exists. Last Friday
week   i company of   40,    under    the
command .i'f their leaders marched to
tlie Recreation Grounds and experienced    a sharp :i hours hard drill.   It
The average value of farm lands in
B.C. is .fl2'j an acre. The high aver-
ago in this province is due to the
prevalence of fruit growing. Tbe
highest wages for farm help is paid
in B.C.,  averaging .$49.37  a month.    |
Ai the time of the big fire in Vancouver, Juno Pi, 1886| Jim Hcattio
wns a member of the lire brigade. He
will attend the celebration ol that
event this vear, provided a eayuse
can travel over the trail from tho
Simllkameen to the coast.
WEM, NERVOUS OHIO WOMAN
Made Well By Delicious Vinol
Bellefontaine, Ohio.—" My blood was
very lioor — 1 was in a weak, nervous,
run-down condition. I tried different
remedies without benefit and ono day
my druggist told me about Vinol. I
tried it and it built nn> up in every way j
— blood, strength anil nerves, anil I toll j
my friends it is the best medicine on
earth."—Mrs. EARL Rriinson.
Vinol, our delicious cod liver antl iron
tonic without oil, sharpens the appetite,
aids digestion, enriches the blood and
in this natural maimer creates strength,
W. Hews, Druggist,  Revolstoke, B. C.
ziLimuw,tiimMiMUsim!LiiMMiA^m_mm& uwiisjf-
PAID-UP CAPITAL, $7,000,000
KKSKKVB FUND, $7,<HHI,IKHI      |
Imperial Bank
OF CANADA
Pel-*. Iluwliiml, Pruldent. Unlubli.l.ed 1875. IM Hay. Gencr.l M.,,.<,-,
Drafts, Money Orders and Letters of Credit issued
available throughout thc world.
Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Exchange.
Dealers in Government and Municipal vSecurities.
Savings Department at each Branch.
Interest credited half-yearly at current rates.
General Banking Business transacted. m
REVELSTOKE   BRANCH:    MCKENZIE AND  FIRST STS.
a. B. m.cleneghan. manager
WWl!imBySl!?n!T8ira
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.
L_
LLu
Men's Outfitter
Fur Buyer	
Complete   Line   of   MEN'S   WEAR
reduction arcflhrift
CANADA'S CALL
FOR SERVICE AT HOWIE
i    P-oduce Mere and Save More
T0M0P QW'S SI
..nd Fill a street
" 1
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... m   every
sehool lor the child
..'
I to 6 and
te,  ;i  i  ni.  ,'inil  Sunday  mr.rnlng
to S.   Wi
.-..',' lessions
.'■    n.   firs    Fridays    Mans at  -  ■»
i.   • ll ■ loo ai I Bi    irj   il
p.  m.
ST,  PETER'S  ''IH I'M H
Bishi
the sei ■.'•-
chun ■ ■  v..     Holy i
at 8 a. tt..   M    ling id (
muni. '■■ at 11 a^n ,    Evening    sei rlct
It you arc not  in the fiRht-
:iK line.    Labour
more I han ever
-   e Allies ni thi lood that
Every little   i ;        '. vn work.    If you
W'.rk  with  the  righl
.  wh< n it i .units.    Tlie more
Make Vour Labour hflkient
■ut my on unim-
.      .   ■ mi imizi  labour,
k till ;ift. r  the  war, and, if
ile   help in pr ,M ibour.    Canada
it all.   If po ' ' i productive garden.
Male . rr.ur:h as ,
if v.. ir hair seen i try ths
H„x ill " 13" Hair Tonii; W, Bews,
hex;,-' Di ug Ston ells 11 under nn
absolute money-back guarantee — ■"
nnd J..O0 bottles j
Do Not Wasie Materials
1/81  time      ' -.nada could
,' r wai expenditure oul
,ii.     in oui  fai torii b, in
our  hoi , pound   ol   m. r< BSI   I
to .ave.    h raw e isstrong
:  vom« n ol On al Britain are nut
only " doing " !   . ng I
Spend Your Money Wisely
linan<,
bi tter investment
P         norny in the home by eliminating luxur
■. aki n  ',.ii '.ticnutli
the  Front       youi savings  will help Canada to
ur mom thl   nwl  Di on  War  issue.    There ran be no
THE
THE   GOVERNMENT   OF   CANADA
DEPARTMENT Of AGRICULTURE
THE DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE
The La Diva Corset
The  best Corset made  in  Canada.   Our stock    ol these
Corsots   is complete.
Front Lace La Diva Corset, jiricc   $4.00
Super Bone   La Diva   Cornet,   guaranteed    unbreakable.
Price   $4.00
We hnve   a larj;e ranjje ol other good Corsets     in this
make.  Trices from   $1.1)0 to $9.00.
Ladies House Dresses
All  New Dresses.   Fast colors.   Price
Wash Fabrics
  $2.00
Trints 3G inches wide. Navy blue as well as the lighter
colors.    PriceB from   15c to 20
Cotton Crepes, small ligurcs and llowers on white and
colored  back  grounds, price   15c to 20
Curtain Muslins
Plain   Scrims,    Mus'ins with colored    borders,     all     new
goods.  Prices    from   15c to 20
Our Shoe Department
is complete, and       e arc showing all  the newest     styles
of the season.  Beloro purchasing inspect our stock.
Fred Young & Co,
What's in a Name ?
Well, lt just depends. When you hear of Hobson's Dread
you naturally leel hungry. The crisp brown exterior and
tbe appetising white lnsi.lo are both signs of tbe good
flour we use and the care we take to bake lt Just right.
Try lt lor yoursell—we do not fear the result.
Phone 41
HOBSON'S
Box 734
Union  Hotel
A. P. LEVESQUE, Proprietor ;
FIRST STRI.KT.   RKVF.L.8TOKE, It. C.
Delicious Vegetables, &c, fresh from own Ranch
ORIENTAL
HOTEL
J. Albert Stone, Proprietor
Suitably furnished with the
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 ACCOMMODATION REASONABLE KATES
OAPE IN CONNECTION
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Wholesale Dealers
Direct Importers
Our Goods are GOOD
Our Prices logical and within reason
See us before placing your orders SATURDAY,   MAA*   G,   1916.
THE   MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
PAGE   THHH»
Man's ingenuity is
again revealed in
ADAMS'
TUTTIFROTTI
GUM
The former method
of hand-wrapping in
vogue for thirty-five
years has given place
to special machine-
wrapping which encloses
each separate stick in
wax-paper and tinfoil.
The outer package
wrapper is a valuable
coupon worth saving for
Regimental or College
Shield. You can get
Tutti Frutti in any of
five mellow flavors.
ORIGINATORS
Gy^^^uAxL4^t_^ntJ^cr>
John Bud^e died in New Westminster last month aged 70 years.
A daily train is again running between Cranbrook and Kimberley.
Jim Speirs ot Kaslo is getting
ready for a busy season hauling  ore.
Beach Wilcox ol tbe Trail News is
an authority upon tomatoes.
Pat Fowl is no chicken,  even  il  he
I does run a barber    shop In Rossland.
I     All  the  sawmills  are  running      lull
time on  the Queen Charlotte Islands.
Whiskey is being shipped from New
Westminster to France and Scotland.
Joe Scott of Chilliwui'k, dug a
parsnip out of his garden that was
37 inches long. ,
In one month tbis spring 2,COD tons
nf potatoes have been exported from
B.C.
A mineral claim was recently staked on tlle north side of the bay at
Kaslo.
MRS. KERNS' ADVICE
To Weak, Nervous, Run-Down Women
Po. Cumberland, Mil. —"For a long
time I Buffered from a nervous breakdown. I could not eat or sleep and waB
BO Weak 1 could hardly walk. My husband heard about Vinol and got me to
try it. Now 1 have a good appetite,
Bleep soundly and am well and strong.
Every nervous, weak, run-down woman
should try Vinol.—Mrs. D. W. Kekns.
Vinol is a delicious cod liver and iron  i
tonic, without oil, which we j,ruaranteo
to create a healthy appetite, aid diges-
tion and make pure healthy blood.
W. Bews, Druggist, Revelstoke, B. C. I
NOTICE
WESTERN fLOAT
By R. T. LOWERY
Early spraying  will    bring     larger
crops of fruit.
Tbis mouth jiotatoes were     $2'0     _.
ton at Erickson.
Thc people at Sardis are clamoring
lor a bank. i
I
Booze   spotters are plentiful arotin
Blairmore.
Tom Martin has moved     into     his
new shop at Hope. .
A blacksmith's shop has been open-
vd in Marysvllle.
At Gerrar.l 7.">  men    will    soon     bo
logging for the sawmill. j
Give your old linen rags to the Red
■ In >* or the printer.
There     is     some talk of building a
srrain elevator at Molson.
Oeorge Curtis has     re-opened     the
Pueblo Cafe iii Whitehorse. ;
An (18,000 bridge will be     built at
Vanderhoof this summer. |
That  t iwn is full    of   flies,     where
Ihe merchants do not advertise.
In  March there    were G9 births and
1  deaths in  New Westminster.
In  Seattle,   many     former     saloon
men are tins'  running drug stores.
The available newly surveyed lands
in the following townships will ho
opened to h.mestead entry by eligible applicants on tbe llth day ol
May, 1U16, at nine o'clock a.m.
Township Range       Meridian
26 22 Vi.  5th
29 22 W.  Sth
25
26
27
21
25
26
27
23
24
23
24
21
21
21
20
20
20
20
19
19
18
18
W. 5th
W. 5th
W. 5th
W. 5th
W. 5th
W. 5th
W. 5th
W. 5th
W. 5th
W. Sth
W. 5th
Regulate Kidneys
AND
Relieve  Constipation l
Giu Pills nre ncknowIet-Ked to hnve the   :
largest tate <>f nny proprietary medicine iu
Caundn—nn achievement solely due to their   ■
remarkable virtue ns a Kidney uud Bladder
remedy.
But users of Gin Pills hnve discovered thnt
this invaluable remedy at.-) nets as n mild j
cathartic, The evidence of hundreds of letters
we have received establishes the very logical
fnct that in compounding a medicine to heal
and time up the Kidneys nnd Bladder certain
of the Ingredients have n stimulating effect
upon the other organs, especially the bowels.
It is Important to know, in the case of constipated patients, that Gin Pills do not net
harshly on the bowels; there is no griping,
but B gradual and gentle restoration of the
function. Try Gin Pills for constipation. In
thus relieving the bowels, you safeguard your-
■eli against possible Kidney trouble.
Gin Pills are 60c. a box, or ft boxes for t2.fO
nt yeur dealer's. A ttial treatment will be
sent upon request, to jg
National Drug & Chemical Co.
of Canada,  Limited, Toronto.
luPiils
FORTHUL KIDNEYS
EMPRESS   THEATRE
cTWonday   cTWay-  8th
Ry Special  Arangements with   W.A.Brady of New York
W.B.SHERMAN presents
The Great AU-Enarlish Go:np my  aad JAMES GUY-USHER
in the Gro.it Secret.War Drama
The  White Feather „
  ^ =^=^= I
A Phenomenal Triumph Won at the   Royalty Theatre,    !'
London, under the title— |
"THE   MAN  WHO STAYED AT HOME"
Tickets $1.00 75c 50c.
The Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co. I
of Canada.   Limited
Offices, Smelting and Refining Department
TRAIL,   BRITISH  COLUMBIA
SMELTERS AND REFINERS
Purchasers of Gold, Silver, Copper and Lead Ores
TRAIL BRAND PIG LEAD, BLUKSTONE AXD SPELTER
Particulars as to available lands
I in these townships may be obtained
i from the Agent ol Dominion hands
j at Revelstoke, or the Sub-agent of
Dominion Lands at Golden, British
j Columbia.
The head office of entry is at Revelstoke. Applications may also he
received at the Sub-agent's oflice at
Golden and may at the expense of
the applicant be forwarded by wire
to the Agent at Revelstoke. Applications received at Revelstoke have
priority.
T. J. WADMAN,
Agent, Dominion Lands
Revelstoke, B.C., April 10th, 1916.
REVELSTOKE DISTRICT.
Ferry between Arrowhead and Beaton
In accordance with chapter 85, R.S.
B.C. 1911, '''Ferries Act," thc Government of British Columbia invite
proposals to operate a daily service
between Arrowhead and Beaton.
Proposals will be received by thc
Honourable the Minister of Public
Works up to 12 o'clock noon, Thursday, the 2'7th day of April, 1916.
Applicants shall give full particulars
of proposed service, rates to be
charged, d?scription of vessel or vessels it is proposed to use, which
must conform in all respects to tho
requirements of the "Canada Shipping Act" and amending Act.
To the successful applicant the
Government of British Columbia will
pay, at the expiration of every three
months of satisfactory service, a
grant in aid of operation of this ferry, and each applicant should state
the amount of grant he is prepared
lo operate this ferry for.
The Government of British Columbia is not necessarily bound to accept the lowest or any application
submitted.
J. E. GRIFFITH,
Deputy Minister arid Public Works
Engineer.
Dej.artmont  of Public Works,
Victoria, B.C.,  April llth, 1916.
api 3
C. B. HUME & CO., LTD.
Family Shoe
Outfitters
Revelstoke Departmental Stores
Wt) a   n ' :>   ,  ..' m u   n un
*je tr A: 'Mini nti ii O'-ioa
DRY   GOODS   DEPARTMENT
NEW EMBROIDERY, on fino  cambric and longcloth, at 5, 10, 15,
NEW   FLOUNCING     LACKS  and
Embroideries, nt 7'.c, ,fii)(),$i.r>o.
Ladles WHITE COTTON KNIT
VESTS AND DRAWERS, special  at 1C>,  20 and 2!ic.
NEW   LINEN    TORCHON    LACE
at, per doz., 50c.
NEW  LACES   AND   EMHROIUEB-   I    AMERICAN     GINGHAMS,   27  and
IES. Fine, Platien Lace edges at
5, 10, 15c. >.
'Min.  wide,  bit: lot of
and  colors, 15c.
patterns
NEW SWISS EMBROIDERY, on
Fine Organdy, for Collars and
Edgings, etc.,  10, 15, 25, 35c.
ORUM3 ENGLISH PRINTS, real
Navy Indigo Blue, H indies
witlo, 20c.
A Lot ol WHITE WEAR, Ladies'
Giiwns, Skirt*, Corset Covers,
Combinations, etc., at 90c.
NEW WASH MUSLINS in the
large floral "iM-its. for Ladies'
Waists and Dresses,  at 25c.
CHILDRBN'8 ROMPER8 in good
Wash Prints and I'ercales, ut
50c.
MEN'S FURNISHING AND SHOE DEPARTMENT
HOT WEATHER SPECIALS
We nre ready for the high temp
erati_res, are. yon?
If no*, oome to us anil we will
solve your difficulties.
BALBRIGGAN UNDERWEAR
FOU MEN
Choice liiie^ of Canadian  nianu-
factuied  goods.   They all hear
the famous Stanfield Label, Nicn
elastic  kuil, two wi ighla at ,50o
and .75o per garment.
SUMMER WEIGHT COMBINATIONS
A pure wool Stanfield very liyht
weight .$_;.7-"> per suit
W. Ci. &. It. COTTON COMBINATIONS
Perfectly made with elastic ribb
inserts. Short legs and no sleeves
Price $1.50 per Suit
BOYS COT ION UNDERWEAR
Combinations with long 1"<:h nn.l
long Bleeves, A nicely made com
(ortable garment   Price 75c suit
BOYS TWO i'lM :•:   I NDER-
WEAK
Short   Bleeves   :.nd   - legs,
Price .35c _.o meet.
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 75c.
Head and Leaf Lettuce, Cauliflower, Celery, Radishes, green
Onions and Parsley.
TRY OUR LARGE PRUNES,
WHITE FIGS AND APRICOTS—
THEY   ARE  DELICIOUS.
Self Riaini: Buckwheat Flour In
jiackagei.
Rogers Pure Sugar Syrup, 2, 5,
10 and 20 pound tinB.
Pride of Canada Pure Maple
Syrup, quarts and half gallon
tins.
Crown Brand Corn Syrup, 2 and
5 pound tins.
Lyle's English Syrup, 2 pound
tins.
Maple Flavored Syrup in quarta
J  and 1 gallon tins.
Premium Ham, Dominion Ham,
Premium Breakfast Bacon, Dominion Breakfast Bacon, Pea Meal
Back Bacon, Back Bacon and
Cooked Ham.
Sm
SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING  REGULATIONS.
Coal mininc: rights of the Dominion
in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Al
herta, the Yukon territory, the North
West territories and in a portion ol
the province of British Columbia,
may be leased for a term of twenty-
one years at an annual rental
of $1 an acre. Not more than 2,560
acres will be leased to one applicant.
Application for a lease must be
made by the applicant in person io
the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in which the rights applied for
are situated.
In surveyed territory the land must
divisions of sections, and in unsur-
be described by sections, or legal sub-
veyed territory the tract applied for
shall be staked out by the applicant
himself.
Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $5 which will be
refunded if the rights applied for are
not available, but not otherwise. A
royalty shall be jmid on the merch-
antablc output of the mine at the
rate of five cents per ton.
The person operating the mine shall
furnish the Agent with sworn returns
accounting for the full quantity of
merchantable coal mined and pay tbe
royalty thereon. If the coal mining
rights arc not being operated, such returns Bhould be furnished at leant
once a year.
The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may
be permitted to purchase whatever
available surface rights may be considered necessary for the working of
the mine at thc rate of $10.00 an acre
For full information application
should lie made to the secretary of
the department of the Interior, JDtta-
wn, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent of
Dominion Lands.
W. W. CORY,
Dcjiuty  Minister of the  Interior.
N.B.—Unauthorised  publication     ol
this     advertisement will not be   paid
for.
WM PARRY, Auctioneer
Bsabllshed al Tapping Block
I will sell your Household
effects or Property, I will also
repair and repolish your fur-
nature, or buy them outright
GOLD RANGE LODGE, No. ft
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Meets every Wednesday evealaf
at 8 o'clock, in Selkirk HaU.
Visiting brother* cordially lamed.     W. POTTRUFF,  C. C.
R. GORDON, K of R.  S.
KOOTENAY  LODGE.  No.  li.
A. F. and A. It.
Regular Meeting* are held la
New Maionic Hall oa the lourth
Monday ln each month »t I p.m.
Visiting brethren ar* cordlaUy
welcome.
.        C. R. SKENE, W.  M.
ROBT.   GORDON,   E?w»tary
SELKIRK  LOLuhJ  No.   IJ
I. O. O. F.
Meete every  Thui e*day  rrenlnj lm
Selkirk   Hall   at  8 o'clock   Visiting brethern cordially Invited.
JAMES  U.  Gi I i.B, N. G.
JAMES MATH-iM  .-^etieUry.
GOOD POLICY
I t's gi» nl policy to think of the future
ItVstill better policy to provide tgainsl
'In' misl'iiiuni"- \' may have in store
' .1 v ii. Tl e surest w;;v ol protecting
v" it-sell and family Is a
LIKE INSURANl G POLIOY
wiih a reliable company. The high
Hi,, uu 'ial si,iii.liiig and long busineM
career nf ib" Kootenay k<genciei
ui.ii «-s ii absolutely trustworthy.
Y'in time mav be near al hand,
Don'i delay.   Takeout a policy now,
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, Ltd.
A. E. Kincaid. Mammer.
Hi Velstoke I/nilee
No, 1086
LOT A I. ORDBR
iih' MOOSE
Ml-ee    v      ,   \ ,.|   y       _,.,-, ,m]
ami Pom tb Tui iday
in   Smythe's    Hall.
Visiting Brethien ire cordially invited.      ALLAN K. FYFE, Die,
11. I.. ELAUO.Sec
JL £   JL
li 4.-AF
EX
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REVELSTOKE      -      -    B.O.
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Phone 066
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THE   MAIL-HERALD.   REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,   MAY   C,   1916.
BRIEF LOCAL NEWS
K. c. McRae left foi C il| ary on
Tuesdaj
,i. Glaspie .ef Eagle Hay spent the
week end In Revelatoke.
j. Caverhlll oi Nelson was a guest
at the Hotel Revelstoke on Sunday.
Robt. Rellly ,f Tappen registered
j.t the King Edward hotel on Sunday
(.1. S. \ 11ins.' of Winnipeg registered
;it  the King Edward hotel on Sunday
K. a. ' larke ol Toronto registered
at. the Hotel   Revelstoke on Tuesday.
W. i.. Mltcheltr I Banfl    paid   a
busim      visit   to Ri , dstoke on Tuesday.
a. i. '.. inney 61 Calgary register'
ed ,,i I,' H. tei Revelstoke or. Tues
«lay.
IM W. Dyde ind 0, C, Snowden ol
Calgary were guests at the Hotel
Revelstoki     i   W • dm sdaj ,
w. i ft    on     Tuesday    lor
Toronto lie i lng  been called there ow
ing tee t act a ol his mother.
J. (M Johnson, J. I'M Kerko and H,
Moore ol Ban Francisco are among
the guests at the King Edward hotel.
L. R. Lloyd ol the Imperial Bank
ol Canada letl on Wednesday lor Edmonton to whicli point he has been
transferred.
Lieut, J. Ouinlau was in RevelBtoke last week and Bpent the week
end tho guest ol Mr. and Mrs. B. It.
Blacklock.
Fred Low, late ol the I'arisian
Dye Works, has opened a ladies and
gints tailoring shop opposite the
Revelstoke club.
The death occurred on April 38 ol
Isabel B. Dunlop, aged W years. Tho
fun.eral was held on May !. Itcv. W.
Lashley Hall officiating.
The tea that the Girls Auxiliary of
the Methodist church were to have
given today ia tlie church parlors
has been postponed till Saturday,
May 20
J, V'ally, from the tunnel, was fined $35.00 and costs on Monday morning by A. I'M Kincaid, J.r., for car-
rying concealed weapons. The weapon
in  tins  case   Menu- a   revolver.
An unknown man met lus death
near Soisqua on april 2s. having
been struck by a train. He was buried on Wednesday morning from the
undertaking parlors ol R. Howson &
Company.
The death occurred at    the     Queen
Victoria     hospital     uu    Ajiril   28 oi
Corp. LaChance. who was a guard at
thi    itter Internment camp, li.-
is ir. Montreal.   The funeral wa
irom St. Francis church on   M
Rev. Father Yahner officiating.    Tho
pall bearers were six members      thi
.I'.'ii'l Rocky  Mountain Rangei
tain E
The following work vas done hy
rh-     R.H.S, Patl
Ior thi       ■ •■ prii.      Uw
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Bradshaw,
Si ythe,  Bell i  ;
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fociB »acb.
J. (1. I lev I in of Nelson was at the
Hotel Revelstoke on Monday,
W. Qodbolt of Montreal was at tho
Hotel  Revelstoke on Tuesday.
A.   Vi.   Allen  of Victoria was a  vial
tor t.e Revelstoke on Monday.
A. Duke of Bear Creek was at the
King Edward hotel on Sunday.
Capt, I'M T.   I'etar    of    Kamloops
visited   Kevelstoke   on   Monday.
R. Roden ol Vancouver registered
nt the Hotel  Kevelstoke on Sunday.
I'M im Prowd ol Kamloops registered at thl H Mel Kevelstoke on Monday.
II. W, Enderson ol Vancouver reg-.
tstered    at    the Hotel Revelstoke on!
Tuesday.
Mrs. c. s. Williams   of    Rossland
was  a   riiest   at   the   Hotel   Kevelst.ike
on Wednesday.
Mi. and Mrs. W. .1. Hill ,,f lingers
Pass were guests at the King Kdward
hotel on  Monday.
Miss K. L, Trans ot Moose Jaw
was among the guests at the Hotel
Revelstoke on  Wednesday.
Owing to the Red CrosH concert
choir practise at St. Peter's for this
week only will be tonight at 8
o'clock.
The W. A. of St. Peter's chureh are
giving a tea, sale ol homecooking
nnd concert in the Scandinavian Hall
on  Friday, May 19.
Ex Corpl, M. A. Morrow of thc 5th
Batt. <'.I'MI-M. a returned veteran
from the front, hns been recommended for the position of customs officer
at Glacier.
The Canadian   Club     meeting     an
nounced     for     May 8 has been post'1
ported     until    Monday,   May 15.   The
election of   offloers    win niF0 be de-1
ferred until May 22.
.mong the arrivals registered at'
the King Kdward is Mr. A. L. Eliel
Placer, operator, who accompanied
Mr. Rra lley from Snn Francisco. Mr.
Kliel anl assistants leave for tho
Hie Bene] to investigate the alluvial
deposits north in a few days.
When ymi heat- a man Sneering at
the local paper you can safely bet
thai he doesn'l Bpend any of his time
trying to make ii better. Those who
don't sen a benefit coming to a town
from its newspaper haven't as much
sense ns a cove oyster and are ahout
as much value to -j town as a 10-
year-old delinquent. - Summerland
Review.
your  seats    now     for     "The
White Feather" with orchestra of ten
lay night - - Thea
tre.
i
man & Oo.,  ha« return* I     / -     th*
NOTICE. pay the amount of tbeir indebtedness
  to me forthwith.
In the County Court of West Koot- ROBERT GORDON,
cnay, holden at Revelstoke,     in    tho otlicial Administrator.
matter     of     the    estate of   Bantlsta      Dated at   Revelstoke, B.C., this 3rd
Torres, deceased,     and in the matter day of May, 1916.
of the "Administration Act." '	
Take    notice   that by older of His1 NOTICE.
Honor Judge Forin, n.ade    the     20th 	
day    of   April,    A.D., 1916, I was ap-      In thc County Court of West Koot-
pointed administrator of   the     estate enay, holden at Revelstoko,     in     the
of the said Bantlsta   Torres,    deccas- .matter    of the estate of Thomas Mc-1
ed,     and     all    parties having claims Murray, deceased,    and in the matter;
against, the said Bantista Torres are
required to furnish same, properly
verified, to me ou or before the 7th
day of June, Ai.D., 1916, And all parties indebted to thc said estate are
required to pay the amount of their
Indebtedness to me forthwith.
ROBERT GORDON,
Official Administrator.
Dated at   Revelstoke, B.C., this 3rd
day of May, 1916.
NOTICE.
In the County Court of West. Kootenay, holden at Kevelstoke, in the
matter of the estate oi John Zach-
ary, deceased, and in the matter ol
the "Administration Act."
Take notice that by order of His
Honor Judge Forin, n.ade the 26th
day of April, A.D., 1916, I was appointed administrator of the estate
of the said John Zachary, deceased,
and all parties having claims against
thc said John Zachary are required
to furnish same, properly verified, to
me on or before the 7th day of June,
A;D., 1916,  And all parties     indebted
..! the "Administration Act."
Take notice that by order of His
Honor Judge Forin, n.ade the 36th
day of April, A.D., 1916, I whb appointed administrator of the estatu
of the said Thomas McMurray, de-
i cas''d, and all parties having claims
against tbo said Thomas McMurray
are required to furnish same, properly verified, to mc on or before tho
7th day of June, A.D., 1916, And all
parties indebted to the said estate
are required to jiay the amount ol
their Indebtedness to rae forthwith.
ROBERT GORDON,
Offlclal Administrator.
Dated at Revelstoke, B.O., this 3rd
day of May, 1916.
NOTICE.
In thc County Court of West Kootenay, holden at Revelstoke, in the
matter of the estate of Wosyl lioyko,
deceased, and in the matter of the
"Administration Act."
Take notice that by order of His
Honor Judge Forin, n.ade   the    2t'itb
dny of April, A.D., 1916, I was ap-
to the snid estate are required to pay pointed administrator of the estate
the     amount of their indebtedness to of the said WoByl    Boyko,     deceased,
me forthwith.
ROBERT GORDON,
Official Administrator.
Dated at   Revelstoke, B.C., thiB 3rd
day of May. 1916.
NOTICE.
In the County Court, of West Kootenay, holden at Revelatoke, in the
matter of the estate of Samuel Allen
deceased, and In the natter of the
"Administration Act."
Take notice that by order of His
Honor Judge Forin, made the 26th,
day of April, A.D., 1916, 1 was ap-
pointed administrator of the estate
of the said Samuel Allen, deceased,
and all parties having claims against
the said Samuel Allen, are required
to furnish same, properly verified, to
me on or before the 7th day of June,
A.D., 1916, And all parties indebted
to the said estate are     required    to
and all parties having claims agaiunt
the said Wosyl Boyko arc required to
furnish same, properly verified, to me
on or before the 7th day of June,'
A.D., 1916, And all parties indebted
to the said estate are required to pay
the amount of their indebtedness to
,ne forthwith.
ROBERT GORDON',    ;
Official Administrator,
Dated at   Revelstoke, B.C., this 3rd
day of May. 1916.
 , i
• NOTICE.
FOR SALE—Boat House near Government wharf, Revelstoke, new
Rowboat, lift., never been used,
siioon oars, rudder rowlockB, complete; also 19ft. Peterboro Canoe,
vith paddles and oars. Apply to
Mail-Herald.
W. A. of St.   Peters   Church
I
TE \  and   SALE OF   HOME
COOKING   in   Afternoon   and
Ci >X< T.I.T Mi Evei ing in
SCANDINAVIAN    HALL
FRIDAY    MAY
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i oncerl
ii all.
lit
and   Good
In thc County Court of West. Kootenay, holden at Revelstoke, in the
matter of thc estate of Julia Ringer,
deceased, and in the matter of the
"Administration  Act."
Take notice that by order of His
Honor Judge Forin, n.ade the 26th
day of April, A.I)., 1916, I was appointed administrator of the estate
of the said Julia Ringer, deceased,
and all parties having claims against
1 the said Julia Ringer are required to
furnish same, properly verified, to me
on or before the 7th day of June,
'A.D., 1916, And all parties indebted
to the said estate are required to pay
thc amount of their indebtedness to
me forthwith.
ROBERT GORDON,
Official Administrator.
Dated at   Revelstoko, R.C, this 3rd
! day of May, 1916.
Pearl Ring. Owner
may havc same by calling at Mrs.
Miller's, 56 Second street.
will ba diverted Iron, thc stream at a
point near    thc line between Sees. 14
and 13, below the West fork of Yates j
Greek and wlll bc used lor irrigation j
and domest ic jun poses upon the land
described as Si L.S.D. 2, Sec. 26, Tp. I
23,  Range 2,  West of 6th     Meridian,
and land Ni ol N.E. 1 Sec. 23,    Tp.'w
23, Range 2, West of 6th     M.,     Plan FOI
\2-l7. This notice was poBtcd on    the
ground     on     the    26th day of April, I
1916.   A copy of this notice     and an  ,	
application pursuant thereto and to WANTED—General Servant, or girl
the "Water Act, 1914," will be filed to assist with housework nnd care
in the office of the Water Recorder at     0f children. Apply Mall-Herald.
Revolstoke. Objections to tho    appli--,	
cation may be filed with the said FOR SALE—Cheap. Dining Room
Water Recorder or with tho Comp- Suite, quarter cut golden oak, lr.
trollcr of Water Rights, Parliament first clisp condition. Also Steel
Buildings,     Victoria, B.C., within 30     Range. Apply Mail-Herald.
days after the first     appearance     of i	
this notice in a local newspaper. Tho
date     of    the let publication of this     Tlie Ba"k "f Hamilton has     closod
notice is May 6, 1916.
A. J. MACDONELL,
its Pentlcton branch.
Agent.
WANf   ADVTS.
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EtVIP   ESS    rHEATRE
1 ROORI
TOD . e m     at
i.in. Mi    . te   character
actor   Ki n.e    Long
i han'. •    '
ll' I     Si
ing o   n
The girl   md the Auto.
HONDA.    ■■■ n    presents
The White K'ather, a splendid re,ad
product;'.n in 4 arte with 16 artists, 'i his i dei Is -.• Itb tl
d n espionage systen Seam at
Mucdonaii's drug store. ReserveSd
11.09, .-en'Tal admission 76 and SO
rents; do. r« open at 7.,;(J; curtain
at 8.80. An orchestra of 10 jiicr.es
«111 render nil the latest music.
Tl ESDAY Thi last, episode ol The
Broken ('"in, with Grace Canard
and Francis Ford.
WEDNB8DAY Paulina Frederick lo
I.ydla   -ilmore.  :, perts.
THiRRDAY-Mary Pickford ln the'
Foundling, 6 p._rts.
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Ladies and Gent's
Tailoring   Shop
CLEANING AND
PRESSING
Oppositt  Revelstoke Club
FRED LOW
Late of Parisian Dye Works
PLEASE
ASK
DO    NOT
FOR IT
This went
f A nr
into effect on
30
(_/')'« tor   within
90    i - : tor
Parisian Dye Works
NOTICR.
In the County Court of West. Kootenay, holden at Revelstoke, in the
matter of the estate of Elizabeth
Jane Long, deceased, and in the matter  f the "Administration  Act."
Take     notice   that by order of His
Honor Judge Forin, rr.adc   the    26th
day   of   April,    A.D., 1916, I was ap-
polnted administrator of  the    estate
of the Bald Elizabeth .lane Long, de-(
ceased, and  all  parties having claims
against the laid Elizabeth Jano Long
[Uired  I.-  furnish same,  jiro|ier-
ly verified, to me >>n '.r   before    the
7th 'i.r.  ol  June, A.D.,  1916, And all,
indebted   to the snld estate.
It.    .ay the   amount    of
to me forthwith,   j
ROBBKT GORDON,    !
- lal  Administrator.
.  B.C., this 3rd
day ol May, 1916.
MOVING PICTURE FILM BUSINESS. Company recently incorporated in Uritish Columbia, acting
under expert management, requires
additional capital. Big business u»-
sured. Similar companies in United
States paying enormous dividends.
Early investors receive ground
iloor terms. Sums of one hundred
dollars to one thousand accepted.
Thorough investigation invited. Em
ployir.ent for clerks and various
tradesmen can be arranged. For
particulars write Films, Suite 2,
G14 Pender  West,  Vancouver.
FOR SALE—Wee MacGregor, Prize
Taker and Uncle Sam seed potatoes
for sale. Picked specimens, $3.00
jier hundred; unpicked, $2.00 per!
hundred. Apjily to H. BI, McKin-1
non.
Patriotic
Fund
Please pay your
Subscription to
the Canadian Patriotic Fund to
the Molsons Bank
or to R. Gordon,
Secretury
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STEAMSHIP   TICKET    VOENT
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W. II. HOROBIN
N'fxt    in    Port    (iki-h ic
.' iR   HO. PITAL    I .A l V
hRY
Ti nders    will  bi ed  lor  l,aun-i
'll .- '. ill Ol l;i   I Ins-
pita        •        Quote   prices   for both
A laundry   Contract
to -      foi nths Irom 1st. .turn
1916.    The   lowest   oi   any  tender    not
nen pted,
Tenden to the handa ol    the
Hospital iry,    noi   atei  than
May     15th,   1916.      Tend.is
close  :i p.m.
W. I). ARMSTRONG,
.   t.ary.
May  tnd,  "»K>.
WATER I [OB.
"     Hint    \.   J.   Macdonell
WhO   '      ',   je!: .-.e j'   lt,     |.,,-     Q,     R6V6.-
st.oke, ft 0 . Will apply for a License
to take and use twenty lnrhes of
wnter out of Yates Creek, which
flows westerly and drains ln to Wil-1
llamsons Lake nt . j.nint about hnlf
way oil the Kant, side of the LaXej
and 600 feet S.W. of a mound on the:
&,_  corner ..t fee. 28,    Tho    watw!
CHAS. M. FIELD
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