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 RBVEI.8T0KH1
Chief lumbering, railway,   mln-
Ug, agricultural    and nav'    m
tloa   centre    botweeen  Ca»,.      1
and the Pacific oceaa.
The Mail-Herald
V
THK  MAIL-HERALD
Published  weekly-Read
by   everyone—The     recognised
advertising     medium   for   the
city and district.
Vol. 23   No. 27
REVELSTOKE, B.C,   SATURDAY, JUNE 24. 1916
$2.50 Per Year
B. C. LABOR LEADER ANALYZES
COMPENSATION ACT
James li. McVety President of Federation Shows How
British Columbia Act Surpasses all Others Both
From Number of Workmen Employed and Geneial
Provisions
dliy .Inn. ii. McVety,   President B.O.
Federation ol Labor),
When the Ontario legislature passed
the Compensation Act. dralted by Bir
William Mere.lull, it was considered
tho best, piece of legislation of tho
kind i,n the continent, h th from tbo
standpoint ol number of Industries
covered  and  it-  provisions generally.
B.C, Does Sixteen   Points Uetter.
The British Columbia government,
however, bas In Uh net just passed
made at least sixteen distinct. Improvements that are ..I benefit to the
workmen, quite disregarding the numerous changes that will enable    the
employer to mor islly comply with
tho law.
Rescue Workers Covered.
Por the firsl tune in tho history ot
compensation legislatlan, workers engaged In rescue work In tbe conl
mining Industry are covered, the government conceding that even though
the ne ii engaged In this hazardous
work are not, In many cases, regularly employed by the company on
whose propertj the accident occurs,
frequently coming from other proper-
tics tn assist, they are enguged in
ravin-.- both lives anl property and
should therefore be protected during
the tune they are engaged In that
■work at the expense ol the industry
benolitid.
' l Mi-   Con       i te'. s"   Included.
Practically the- same line of rcason-
Ing  applied  to  Che ease ol nun elected
by their fellow miners, or appointed
lo thc chiel mine inspectoi under the
provisions ol thi Coal Mines Regulation act "gas committees," lor
the purpose .'.' Inspecting the workings
ol mines t.> ascertain if there is suf-
Bcient trus to make their operation
dangerous. Holding that they were a
protection to the property, and at
the'same time reduced the number ol
accidents, the government included
such work even though the wages of
the •  emen     was paid by tho
miners mstea.i ol by the owners of
thc mines.
tt, i in small Plants Included.
\ i del the i intarlo acl the board is
given i owi i iu exclude small employers and tbeir workmen where the
niimb.-r d     does   not   exceed
four or six. lt was held here that
from the standpoint >( the workman,
as well as the employer, that an accident would, ll a number ol p.'"pie
wen- badly in ired, bankrupl the employe! u I result In the workers not
receiviti" nny compensation nnd as a
result all workmen tn industries tbat
are Included in li r I bc acl are covered - ,.f the number employed In any shop or factory.
Short  Wall ing I ei lod.
The ' ' ra mire   work
ed   for  one  or      two
weeks     before     anj   compensation Is
paid,  this pn :i   resulting in   I    to
" i' • ' nl if the Injured workmen
not i e      pi n.,i ion what
ever, as thev are completely rccover-
id bei : ■ iltlng pi rlod explri s.
Tho B.C. acl pays after a period of
three days.
Unable to  Assign i 'ompen latton.
tn Ont i el  i-    pi rmil I '"1
to allow to    assign     their
compensat       I    the hospitals before
they   an This  has  been  re
medied here by taking away from the
hoard th powei- to permit assignment- or attachments ol any kind.
Compensation Provisions Potter.
Where children receiving compensation are Invalids, their payments do
not cease  ... th   Hgc nif sixteen years,
lut  Continue   until   they   recover  their
tealth . ;■ He, Widows an paid ,-. flat
rale ,,f |20 in both Onttario nnd British Columbia, but the Ontario Vi I
contain i , provision th it * her - ' I
amounts to mor.1 than 56 per c"nt .f
the wages received by  the    husband,
tin mpensatton Is reduced co
pondlngly, Tins sectlom is omitted
f''n'" <!"' B C, \i-t. \ minimum oif ?.r.
per week Is fixed In this province for
the protection of women anl apprentices, .-md th.' compensation cannot
ho less thnn this amount unless    the
wages      are   (ess,   then   lhe   full   ■'. -
■are paid.    Con 11 n ntlon 11 also paid
in ibis province ...'here the workei has
suffered fnclal dlsflguren i nl.
Board Unable to Commute Claims,
ll hns been alleged, in some slates,
that compensation boards have Induced Injured workmen tei settle their
claims for limp sum payments, and
that   these  settlements   have  |,eeii      to
the disadvantage ol the workmen,
Under the u.e. act the board is una
ble to commute without the cousont
of the workmen, except where the ro-
ductlon of earning capacity Is less
than ten per cent.
Unlimited  .Medical   Aid.
Neither Ontario, Nova Scotia or
Washington acts make any fir,.vision
for medical aid lor the workmen, al'
though the absence of tbis provision
is conceded In .ill three places to be
a serious omission. California, Ohio
and N'ew Vork bave limited medical
aid provided entirely nt the expense
of the employer, but the flrst and
last of these states have a waiting
period of two weeks, during which
the  injured   workmen  receive    nothing
but the medical   aid, Here, by agr	
ment fbetween the employers and the
employees, injured workmen nre to
receive unlimited medical aid. transportation,, hospital service, crutches
and artificial limbs, with a waiting
period of o.tlv three days, but will
contribute one cent for eneh day
worked to the medical fund. Any deficiency In the fund will be made up
by assessing the employers. Arrangements ,-it present In operation that
are  latisfactory   Lo the workmen and
secure tlle approval of tlle board, wlll
be allowed t'. continue and the workmen who nre enrolled in any cxistinir
scheme will not require to contribute
the one cent  per day. I
Individual Liability Abolished,
Tn this province all employers are
placed on exactly the same footing;
all pay their assessments to the
board, and the workmen receive their
compensation direct from that body,
instead of, as In Ontario, allowing
the railways to pay their Injured
workmen without the payment going
througb the hands of tho board, this
practice causing strong suspicion
that work" en were being required to
iccepl less than they were entitled to
under the law.
Form of Notice Simplified
A lot of red  tape     in     conn
with   the notice the Injured workn.es
are required to give lias    been     done
away  with,    this being made pi
through the    inclusion  • >f the ■
■lid features.
Board Enforces Safety Rules.
Th I board I I er   to     ap
point     advisors  committees,
in"   if i and men    tei
drafi rules for the safety of th
men   and these nil.
■ by the   board      Tn
Ontario ne, provision is ms
lng t he w. rkmen     r :
i he nd I tee.
Non rcsldi nl   Ul i   I   I   ndeni
Tn Ont'- o ■••■ I   No tin     no
eompen    tion paid I
e "'" ■      they     a"'      ■     A nl
where     the   coin I
pendent
n.-ns-.t Ion to a dependent
Ontario or ' ico! '"        t is
ci into! led 1       if    the
workt   -n      e-i-  s     the e     li the
benefit of the lov
paid    to   fo	
the tt\ ens >s  of n be
cause the dependents are mostly nonresident, Particularly is this true in
British Columbia where =ueh a large
number o' Chinese or '   who
are requtn : to i ay n head I il
J5O0 for themselves, and each ol their
fnmilies tli'it cone to the province!
nespite the objections of the employ
ers, wh ' intended that comp
should not he paid In I :ch eases, or
if any payment was rr.ade it sho Id
Is of the relative purchasing     power   in Britlsl
nl the country in which the depend
eni resldi i, the government decided
thai a'l workmen should be treated
nlike and that no' advantage would
•accrue te. the employer ol foreign labor ot r otl ■ employers who V ml
i-fvcn reference I C medians The
objection thai i oney is being sent
out nf •' ntry can best  he     met
lv the emnloyers     themselves renlifc-
in      ' hat   the   fe- ' |
, the smaller the amount     nf
, that   ■- 11       ' - dependent
fapnn snd Tndln.
ER LIBERAL CANDIDATE
S8UE WITH HIS LEADER
[Mr. Ralph Smith Vice-President of Provincial Liberal
Association Attacks Lr. arewst^r -Supported Vote
of an advance of SG.UliO.^OO to Secure Ccnctruction
of P. U, f. Railway
Am    ;i      iln
pe-. tod unanimity
i out Ive gatherin
to thi
il a f. -'.' nlghl
 n :    a   si -ll.:;       : Mr.    R llpb
f_M
ttei       Wi _■ in a
i ■       thi   .'"ii-
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made     to                  I nal       ' be
Evei to 1"'
'
Mr.
'   sup
HON.   THOMAS   TAYLOR
.Minister of Public Works, who will is   present  al    the "Smoker'
Star Theatre tonight.
Y.M.C.A. ANNUAL ISTEP TAKEN BY
STATEMENT    i GOVERNMENT IS
AND REPORT!    APPRECIATED
Deficit is $153,31   Less Than'Hon. Lorne Campbell Minis.-r
Last Year—Building Funfi
Report Shows Credit
Balance of $24.61
Receipts
C.P.R. Appropriation
Membership Dues
Room Rents
Bowling
Billiards
Baths
Ei • . tainments
Club Fees
Library
Subscriptions
Loan from Molson's Rank
Ladii s Gytnn, class Fees
Lockers
To balance
1915-6
$1300.00
1851.65
1672.85
52'J.M)
of Minos Will Make Close
Investigation of Mining
Needs
VICTOR] \, H.c.-Um.     Lome
Campbell,    Minister of Mine
a trin to Rossland, ins constituency,
on business connected with   bis    de-
427.55 partment. It wlll he the Ural vl|
193.15  has made to the district    since     his
''' '■' election In February last, Immedlate-
'" J ly alter which he led li i  the Easl on
•1.00
,,   jn im,'. rnmental   but o as,  nnd  on     bis
■i return    to Victoria his sessional du-
126.00 t ie     isltated bis   .... itant    atten
29.00  (,ion   t(>  business     hen-,      Hon.      Mr,
Campbell     will make n      -      nvestl
6653.44
... ._ gatlon into the mining    situation ol
,  the Interior, and   in
5854.61  gre
ernment    has
Smith,     sedoi    Liberal candidate in aflorded .,      .       iievvs on a
\ um ee uve i,i i  -     v. ith    bl to profit   by    thi
leadi i, Mr, ll. ■ ' J nt of the : nverl
■ 15     the    Liber il   exi cutlvi
. uphonlously worded  n  o sup   \\
porting    everything  vhich Mr. M.   t, ,,. , isiness
Id said h
, patty. Tw i day.- later Mr. Smith at- li
tacks    Mr, Brewstei   foi  trying to is-
Bue a wi m  ' - all the ',  i
t Ion  passed at tl cy I mas
ion. have    to fri
''So     tar as I krow, spcakin •   ■
candidate    In  \ ancouver,
of the   provii I 	
. leu-., and s  n embe    ot  the     Cit
lal.. ral A: social ion,     n i    re]  escnta-
tive     Liberal     body ol any kind was   Smith, "But t
ever consult. A In reg ird t i the    - in-
posed actio lys Mr. Smith,    ■•■ ■     terests    ba
id Is t hal   thi .'. rtalnly n it   3m
■ ■I ,,a heball of,athe Liberal party, ed as moth , stage,
I If In  had ber ol the Housi   which in I
and hud been    consulted on the mat-  Mr. Bi      ti t.ik-
ter be would in •  have agreed to the cn on
-'ut brought My Mr, Brewster, It was     M
n.itlier     l- 1 party strategy nor tor I to    8
the public welfare, cons!
"The time to 1 a act       to Easl He
feei.e constitutional the duty ol • • •    ■ .. see
point, if one w is A >i d    nee      ry, tl public
was     when the question c n credit     foi
11," conl '- ies     tbe can spent   strictly •        atracl
"The !■   e     ■ tl -      - r he did not   think etlon
ip.ortant Snancial measures had ol the road
t bei        isse.l upon.    Tl .r     bee iusi     the
the i 'oiirt ol Appi il al td voti d down
ble   it   Vici that I eved     in f ict   11   I
whole matter mighl   have bi  n decid- the i        to the 1 i Iver
i '1 within .-, we ik without i
disruption   to I      business and flnan-  In order to open up tl   I
'■i.i 1 life of the province." try I ■  ,,f the     merchants
Even if the writ     were     successful    of tl
Bald Mr. Smith, It " iuld he Brst      Mr,  Smil
left on   b.tv of thc i to It I the vote-
diately     valid
isl one. Tbe credit  and stability election.    H ■       ,
of     the     nrovin                                       nything          t it until 3
r.aintalncd.  "There ls another aspect after t1	
the
A.
Busy Week in
Police Court
.ef the pro
which the    Gov-
■ 1 out for tin- as-
177.34 ,   -.n.i devi lopmi nt  ol the tr.in
: ing Industry, the Ministei '.-•    v
79.29 certain to hi                    t resul
41'.i.2C Kiom   ill sections   ol     the     mining
1C,'I..16 wen ot the Provln •     como    "almost fil1 roomiiu. liotisi
'M pecidltures
Balance last    ynu
Salaries
Dormitories
Bowling and Billiards
Baths
T    !"|e!
Heat, Light and Water
e-' irnfture an 1 Repairs
Fntertalnmi nts
■; n- ral
and Llbrarj
1    T
' '      v.', rl   and Clubs
nee
1  Printing
lnt'1 Comi   ttee  Railroad Depi   (    -1 op,.n)r|1- „p of communication has met
' ia Wort                                   10 ,, |i, ..,„. ml appi'    i(
MR. Lease                                1.00 nppi             ,..                  lo    to tho
  depart ■ - •>.  f, i-        igfat ni       [n     ail
nsr.i 61 ,.,               Hi n   M                 ' -    In-
T as'  Year's deficit                          177.24 tentlon to bs       1 thot
firs year's deficit.                             -1 ,          ,,|,, i„.r,„,, „n, „ ,„„
 ted, the idea  being I
201.17 an       only ir> sticl       1      1  ■■ .1' ■!■ n
due"    to   the de elor-meni of thi
■:     '   I   ■ ■     In s  pat tlculi id Ion ns u
m.ftfl whole -md with   fui ire    requirements
': in mind.
12".on    t . .     .  ,,   -.,,,   ,-
  Itios ol 1 he Iron end   ti  1 Ind    I
:; I"  ''   '•      , -1   land.      a    move-      which,
1 in   -
ippi .11    I
i-M Kincaid 1
opal pin \ il
in cash, the pro]
The ai
Ing that 1 -1 nd 1       It
■   '
1;,   \   Han       n
ttittcd    that he went
W.   3. Stewai I .-
teen I
1
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Mrs.   .,.   i-M ■    '
:
Irs. Fai to Malak-
"■    I'hilli! -    a
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1   ■     e   .
It I
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11 dailj  evidences ol the ap] ilatlon 1 y
I  the    ti
i' "'' elstln    thi
214.15 .-,„,.
wli le   po  iei ed ol    real
1 of t been    I
on 1
1   e     ■ ns of trnn
" ree nt legislatloi
40.95 ,„-,, t    t|
tilb
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r .iukI thi  '
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Ml C
itk
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Building Fund Receipts.
B il  nee from lost year
From Ordinary Acct. \„v. s •
riptions
From  Ordinary Aret. Dee. 2
Suicide at
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01 n irt
Threeli II
•
itt.
11
I'-Miendltures
Insurance
M Ison's Bank  Note
the lecture It
bai nee of ?2t.r,l.
'   ci- on, an Ainsworth   -
suicided on   Saturday Inst.   TT«   |
n  sticl;  of dynamite,  with fuse     end
i-in  attached,  nenss his      neck,      lit.
the     fU8e nnr)  ,,)f,w h|R hpa(J cjfiar o„
the body.
Hon   Mr,  Campbell  announced ■■•  thc "
last               if the Leglslal           -    ! np tl'
2"r,,44 form 1 ne Btcp In th     .,-.,.,• poi Mrs.
c   thi   lei irtt                nltlatcd, nt
1 -I     in   no    und            I       ive I Me' Mrs   Paul
tion    ci           fhi      Id in as spent last wi
1 I    1 manner   as   possible.     \ V farewell pnrtj        I
' '          ■                          t:.        ,,    " to 1
subject  i« nlrcndy  In tl                islon honor of M         '                  ho 1
of thi   de)   ii- .-io     nd    1! ■     further signi d     I                                                                                          levelsi ike.
1  I ration now  Initiated will    pet the last I                    ;                                                                   v   Hobson,
mil "f  1 most exl              report    be dlrecl   1 1 Toi                                 wlll M. Stortz,   \. P. Le'              J. Mac-
" ired, ,   in music nt     Toronto  Lei I, I-'   \   fen and A. Connolly.
Pario 77 yf us
1 ■ ...
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was Inl n Vboul
1 and    rum.
living
I his deal
ho
wintet     an I     from
rhollj  :■>-.,,
'   • '      vM   ||
:       '-   -     held fre "ncis
i.iO.
. A   1 ".  testl-
was PACK TWO
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY', JUNE 21, 1916k
f
Zbe flfoafMberalb
Published every Saturday nt
KICVKl.KTOKK.   11.   O
c7Wai!-Herald Publishing
Company, Limited
F. E. GIGOT, Manager and   Etdltor,
"S'-P'.-W
(UNION (|^LAjtr>
DESTROY THE FLY
There has been a great deal of talk'
in recent years about "swatting the
fly." The advice is excellent but to
kilt the Hy after he has entered u
dwelling place will never rid the
country of tbe disease-carrying pests
The time to destroy the flies effectively is while they are In the larval
or ninKtfot form in their breeding
places.
But tbe only certain way of exterminating tbe fly is to wipe out his
breeding places. A city with clean
backyards nnd alleyways and with its
streets kept clear of refuse will soon
be a city without tbc (ly peat.
Cleanliness is the most potent
weapon that can be used against the
fly because be breeds in dirt. It is
hitter to prevent the Ily from existing thun to have to swat bim agiiinst
a wall or pick him out. of the butter.
TROM THE  SANCTUMS
SATURDAY, JUNE 2-4, 19M.
THE BREWSTER WRIT
The fan,mis move of Mr. Itrewster
is likely t.. furnish the Liberal party
with a plentiful supply of trouble
and embarrassment during the next
few weeks, Although Mr. Brewster's
acti.en is endorsed hy the Liberal
party In Revelstoke, it does not meet
with tli approval and support of
manv ol Mis followers as is evidenced i
, i     mmumt STILL  IN   URITLSH HANDS.        I
lv the utterances of   such prominent
Having defeated the    "main part of
Liberal* as Joseph Martin and Rnlpn ^ ^^ flghUng fleet/,     ag    tfae
Smith, both of whom havc oxpresse.l firgt Qerman admiralty report defined
their disapproval in most vigorous it, or "a majority of the English
language.     Mr.     Brewster has added modern navy," as tho second     staU-
llls ment     hus it,  tbe full German High
sea fleet  returned to     port,     leaving
control     of     thc North Sea where it
a  feeling of    resentment     amort'  waH  |)Cf(jr0|  that iR jn Uie     handf) Q,
the     electors     which, combined  with  the Uritish.—New York Times.
the sickening disclosure    of    corrupt 	
methods by  the Liberal  or-       MERE LUST FOR CONQUEST.
Thc heavy blow whicb     tbe     allies
i.nother monumental blunder  to
fleet-,.--
.-animation  in  Vancouver
will     blast
bv     his
lave dealt Germany has not  been in
,-nd wither any hopes held ,„ ,,.o the form o{ territorial conqUeSt, but
party il attaining ofl.ee when next in tlu, destruction of her maritime
■-., verdict "t thc people is expressed trade. The assumption that this
at  the polls.     It     Mr.  Brewster had «"ll(1 be ignored; that the still more
.  >»     T.„,-C»r i'i.portant uuPstions of human    rights
enhned his writ  ncninst Mr.  Bonser       ' ' *
could be equally passed     over,     and
t.- objections raised against tbe pay- tf)at fhe waf could be ^^ on tfae
to th. l'acific Great Eastern lmgis of land areaa conqUerecl, re-
there would not be so much ground veals the bent ot the German mind,
for general complaint, as he would and tends further to establish the
have  occupied  ground  ol  a fairly  de- »«*     ^at the purpose of the war in
batable     character; but in seekinc tu
invalidate     all     the important legis-
ihc first place was merely a mediaeval lust (or conquest.—Buffalo Express.
lation    passed at the lust session, he _____
played a mighty     poor pame ol poli-    LIBERAL  PRAISE FOR   FOSTER.
tics,  and one tbat has behind it     no      "Sir Ge»rPC  E.  Foster  is    one     of
a   , -,„,i- thP ministers at Ottawa  who     earns
rtasonab e     excuse.     In     democratic „■_,,_
his salary.        So writes Charles Mar-
lountries such as this tne will of tin    .^    Lih(i|..i|   M p     jn    the      Montrca-
people as expressed  hy    their     repre-  Herald.     and with this ..pinion many
■   - . ,.    ii, Parliament is supreme,  othei  Liberals   wh., have been Hollow-
..ral if -he wildest dreams of Mr.
Brewst.;     Bhould     come true, a new
tun would simply be compelli I
idate 1 res passi A .-,:
st Besslon.
ine the recent career of tbe minister
' • li and commerce will neree.
irge iias been working with an
eye single to the advance of hir
country and tlie entente allies, and
he has openly urged that     patr    ag
..- have pointed out     belore, .' "   discontinued, and thnt  prohibition
Mr   Brewster's desires   were     efleet.-; '                          In Canad   He-
... engaged     ir,     trying te, pert
xpenditure on public works must
ii        -     fet ready
-    -    Thi   F rmers' Loan Act  would ,,,_,,„                    .......
be so much waste paper.     The    pro- forced I               ter the war.—<
- ndum would go on tl am.
Tlie Shipbuilding  Act,	
end the mi ' n    assistai
the mining industry would     bi
- I Id tact t
thi
ndii ...
TOMORROWS SERVICES
\T:i  ■;.!('.
St.   Fian. i_ UcKenzie   Ave,
- nd Kiftb street,  Pas'
MacKenzl lay    services —
■  -   .        tnd     .:■.. M tee   at
• • 10 a.m. every     Sund ij
tor the children at 2:30 j
■r "diction and  Rosary at 7.in p.m.,
( onfessions  Saturday  I  to C ar.,.
-r.ate i      patiot
We have a\n iys fell  I   ■•
diet it .-'•-.
■
in t
tor th
• .     - •
net ol affairs t
'Mi"'
recent      .-. I. I the Llw
leader   b I
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doubly sure  and    1
. ■   ■ -      ' mce tha   there wil]
ny t bange  il
tn   expression       ! ;   ; ilai  Bei
i nd=     sr,     aveout I thi
ballot.
: ,y   mr rnlng
9 • ....
in? at 7 o'clock.
'.'ass     First   Fridays   -Mass   at   -   a
.'.   P' -     ■ ind Rob .ry  at
m
-T.  PETER'S CHI
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NO ALUM
BAKING
METHODIST CHTJRCH
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il luci
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f the 1
r   will     render    The
Radiant     Morn," by Woodward, and
il    the ■ ■
'Lord,   for     Thy    Tender    Mercies'
-,-iKe."   and   Mr    Paul   Sampson      Will
sing "Open the f.ates" at the evening service, Oood music and a cordial
Welcome to strangers nre made spec
ial  features  of  the church.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
In the  Presbyterian    church    next,
Sunday, Rey, J, W, Stevenson will
pleach at II a.m. on "The Repose 'if
Faith,"  and   at   7.30  p.m.      cn      "The
Tragedy ol Life,"   prayer-meeting on
Wednesday at c. Strangers and visitor! irelcom*. j
.
■i^imi»._.__.i_r.i„i_T»rinrammi-«-_l_^
PAID-UP CAPITAL, $7.0(10.000
KBSBRVB FUND. 17.000.000
Imperial Bank
OF CANADA
I'd, t Howbad, Prciidcnt.
Bil.hli.hcJ 1875.
E. Hay. Gtneral M.n.gr,.
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. ta
REVELSTOKE   BRANCH:    M C KENZIE  A ND  FIRST 6T8.
A.   B.   MCCLENEGHAN,   Manager
immtllll!imimWimtmmmimmmmtnWm^mmm—!U—mmm-W9milimWyUa
Wash Goods
Fancy  Crepes,   Crepes with stripes,  Galateas    and     Prints,
all last colors, prices 15c and 20c.
White Repp and Pique Skirts
White Repp Skirts, nice full styles, opening down the front
fastened with pearl buttons, with pockets, price $1.50.
White Pique Skirts, wide,    finished     with     pockets,     prico
$2.35.
Middy Waists
Excellent Waists in hite with side lacing We also have
them with colored collars, prices 90c anl $1.25.
Ladies House Dresses
New House Dresses in up-to-dut» styles, in all colors and
sizes, fast colors,   pric   $2.00.
Special Values in Millinery
We are clearing all ou trimmed hats at one half the original price. Do not oveerlook this opportunity ol purchasing
your summer hat.
Fred Young & Co,
What's in a Name ?
Well, it just depend*. Wben you bear ol Holieon's llread
you naturally feel hungry. Tbe crta.i brown exterior and
the appetising white Inside are lioth signs ot tha good
flour we nee and the care we take to hake It Just right.
Try lt for yourself—we do not tear the result.
Phone 41
HOBSOIST'S
Box 734
Union Hotel
A. P. LEVESQUE, Proprietor \
FIRST STREET,   REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Delicious Vegetables, &c, fresh from own Ranch
O R I F N     "A I       S'jitably 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, Kevelstoke, B. C
WINDSOR HOTEL
EUROPEAN  PLAN
SOOD A* i OMMODATION REASONABLE liATKS
i AFK IN OONNEl TION
IMPURE  DRINKING WATER IS
THE FRIEND OF DISEASE
'•.tkii   BBVBRA0B8  ar.' manufactured from »b-
ely pure syrups and   t.hrld. Qltffed  water, Their usa Is beneficial to HEALTH ami n preventative ,,t DISEASE,
Try our flin^pt   Alo,  .'roam   Hoda, Qlnget Hror, He.. Tho mountain  water is DOt Simon    I'urn In the i'on.1 old minunor time.
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Wholesale Dealers
Direct Importers
Friday   Juno .'10
GARDEN    PARTY
ANI>
Social   Evening
AT  ST.   PRTEKS   KKOTORV
GOLD RANGE I.OMJM, No. M
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
M<sets every    Wednesday •vralag
at   8 o'clock,    in SsUlrk HaU.
Visiting    brother!    cordlnlly  .<_-
vltai.    W. POTTR0FP, 0. C.
R. GORDON, K of R. 8.
GOOD POLIOY
It'Bgood policy to think of the future
It's still bettor policy to provide against
'.he misfortunes it may havo in store
for you. The surest way of protecting
yourself and family is a
L1PK INSURANCE POLICY
with a reliable company. The high
financial standing and long ImsinpBs
career of tho Kootenay Agencies
makes it absolutely trustworthy.
Your time mav be near at hand.
Don't delay.   Take out a policy now.
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A. E. Kincaid. Manager.
QUEEN'S
0NIVBRSITI
KINGSTON
ONTARIO
ARTS EDUCATION
APPL1EDSCIENCE
Including Mini..*. W^rtj-CMW *«*-
anient and HlecTical Knginepe-i««.
MEDICINE	
D«r»««I..W«lkM»waiWiJ»«h	
1—1 it FIT in Medicma.
HOME STUDY
The Arts Course m«y be Ukern by wii«-
spondencf, but .tudenU iltlirin* to -**
ale musl attend one «es_on.
SUMMERSCHOOL     «
JUL Y AND AUOUST
ISO. T. CHOWM
n.au.nAii
KOOTBNAY LODGE, No. 1*.
A. r. «n« A. IC
Regular Meetings are bald la
New Masonic HaU o* tne Powth
Monday ln <sa<ck month at I »..__.
Visiting hrothreu ar* cordially
welcome.
C. R. 3KRNE, W. M.
ROBT. GORDON, BaerRary
BBLKIRK LODGB No. IJ
i. o. o. r.
Meetn every TUuiwlnj «T«Q_MI la
Selkirk HaU at 8 o'clock. VUrit
Ing brethern cordially invited.
JAMBS M. GODLB, N. G.
JAMBS MATHIB. Secretary.
Revelstoke I_od<£<e
No. 1(85
LOYAL ORDER
OF MOOSE
Moots every Beecond
and Fourth Tuesday
in   Smythe's    Hall.
Visiting Brethren are cordially invited.       ALLAN K. FYF.E- Die.
II. L. HAUG, Sec.
E. 6. Burridge & Son
Plumbers and Tinsmiths
We specialise in
MatalHo C o III n ka, Corr tigate a leaf-
Inff, Furaaoa Work aad up-
to-date PtamWiW
Work Sliop -Connaueght Ave.
REVELSTOKE       -      -    RO.
REVEL8TOKB NDRSKRIES
CUT FLOWERS A PLANTS
Pbooe 0M
// you want what you want when you
want it try Mail-Herald Want Ads
DR   T.  HEARD
JENTIST
OVER     IMPERIAL     BANK
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LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S
TAILORING, CLEANING AND PRESSING
Work Guaranteed.   All Kinds of Dresses
And   Cbildrens   Wear   Made To Order
FRED LOW
Suils Pressed 75c
OPPOSITE REVELSTOKE CLUB, FIRST STREET
Wk Cam. and Oki.iver
Suits Pressed and O.iwd $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
Fur Buyer	
Complete   Line  of   MEN'S  WEAR
The Consolidated Mining & Smelting Go*
of Canada, Limited
Offircs, Smelting and Refining Department
TRAIL.   BRITISH  t'OLl MBIA
SMELTERS AND REFINERS
, Purchasers of Gold, Silver, Copper and Lead Ores
TRAIL 11RAND PIG Ll-AO, BLUKSTONK  ANU SPELTER SATURDAY,  JUNE 24, 1916.
THE   MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
VA&t,   THKB-lr1
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS COMMITTEE
HAVE FAILED TO PROVE ONE
INSTANCE OF IRREGULARITY
(Continued from last week)
"Why,  Mr,  Speaker, there has been But is that evidence    upon which to
more corruption in the Liberal com- buse the charge that this is the most
.   ., _ „„ .,,„    ,„ corrupt Government in Canada?     I
mittee     rooms at Vancouver than in '. ....
,   , , lind that my fiiend from     Vancouver
the entire period ot the     administra- . ,, ,.      , ..„	
1 is acting as solicitor for parties con-
tion by this government. | uected w,lth this Government, tor the
Mr.   Brewster objected and appealed wife of the general contractor for the
to the speaker. I Parliament buildings. I was under the
"I kr.ow," continued Hon. Mr. impression that Messrs. Bowser, Reid
Dowser, "that that is a sore point Su Wallbrldge were the only firm that
with the opposition, I will apologize did business with anyone having
lor harrowing his feelings. Tho pub- transactions with tho Government,
lie accounts committee has been sit- Now there is another, the firm ot
ting Ior nearly three months and tho Russell, Macdonald & Company,
only statement that I have heard of "They investigated to their heart's
any wrongdoing concerning myself is contcnt into the matter of the erec-,
that they have the impression that I tlon ,,[ the Parliament buildings ad-
knew that Mr. Haningtou received (jitions. I defy ray friend from Van-
that commission. That is tho sum collVcr to show where a particle of
total of the investigation alfter all evidence was adduced before the com-
those extravagant charges made ,nittee to show where one dollar ol
against us. That was all they can coat wus laid upon the Government
produce after my thirteen years' as- through any system of patronage or
eociation with this government. I \ (.Cause of our relations with the con-
ptated at the beginning ot the session tractor or sub-contractors. It was a
that if it could be Bhown that any first-clnSH Job in every respect; se-
minister or member of the service CUred at a most reasonable price and
hnd done anything wrong he would lni every respect the people of British
go. I feel now that if Mr. Hanington Columbia secured full value for every
thought I was wrong when I stated dollar expended."
I bad no recollection of that com- in concluding Hon. Mr. Bowser demission having been reported to me, clared ho had no fear when thc corn-
it was a remarkable stand for him mittee commended its investigations
to take in presenting me with his that anything would be brought to
resignation whicli I have received and light showing that any official or
acted upon." member of the civil service or minis-
Mr. Bowser referred to the re-regls- ter had acted other than in the most
tration of the Canada Western Lum- honest and upright manner or that
ber Company's mortgage, stating the funds of thc people had not been
that the reduction had been given, properly spent. He was sure the op-
not because Messrs. Mackenzie & position members would admit that
Mann were at one time interested in the civil servants are such as the
the company, but because of repre- members of the House should be
sent ations made by the manager ol proud of. The showing waB a credit
company, Mr. McCormack who, to the party and to the individuals
he had seen in the matter. In it was only to hope, in all fairness,
and that tho new that  when the    opposition     members
/ When using vn
WILSONS
FLY PADS
READ   DIRECTIONS
k    CAREFULLY AND
-^--.FOLLOW THEM/
-sS)    EXACTLY/
Far more effective than Sticky Fly
Catchers. Clean to handle. Sold by
Druggists and Grocers everywhere.
the
alone,
view ,,f conditions
mortgage was exactly the same as
the first it had been deemed wise to
permit of the reduced fee.
Mr. M. A. Macdonald—And over*
riding the statute?
Hon.  Mr.  Bowser—That is a     mat
ter of opinion between us as lawyers.  Colonist.
went back to the electors again they
would admit that when they made
that statement tbat thc Government
was the most corrupt In Canada they
had been carried away and that they
now  know    their     mistake.—Victoria
ANNUAL MEETING OF
R.R.Y.M.C.A. SHOWS MUCH
WORK ACCOMPLISHED
morning swim short meetings were
held, a short talk was given to tho
boys by one of ths members ol the
stall. TlieHe talks wero all on live
subjects to the boy, and they were
much enjoyed.
IMPROVEMENTS.
In the latter part of Dccembor and
the first part of January the nata-
torium was thoroughly cleaned and
painted, new lights were also installed, making a great improvement in
the equipment of tho plant. In March
a swimming gala was held; about
twenty took part In a program of
swimming, fancy diving, life-saving
and races. There were about one
hundred spectators.
A tour lesson swimming campaign
was held in May, oth to lnth, about
210 lessons were given to DO boys, 16
.if whom learned to swim.
RELIGIOUS WORK.
Twenty-six services were held dur-
iog the year, with a total attendance of 622 men, the average attendance at each service being 24. Although our meetings were small in
number, they were of a high spiritual nature, and were thoroughly enjoyed by all. I
We wish to thank our local pastors
and laymen, and all others who so
willingly assisted in making these
sprvices possible.
MILITARY WORK.
As you listen to thc names of the
118 members who have enlisted and
think of each one as an individual,
who, within himself has decided to
throw in his lot with his fellow man
to protect and uphold the honor ol
our great empire, we cannot but
think uf the unity of purpose; boys
out of practically every home and
different surroundings huddled to-
| gether as one great family, with one
purpose—to defeat thc enemy. While
»e regret thc loss to our association
i-incc the outbreak of war, we leel
proud in knowing that one-third of
our total membership has answered
the nation's call to arms. I
Early in Dec.mticr ori" of our asso-
' nation secretaries, Mr. Duncan, spent
to 11 p.m. Many witnesses were examined but owing to tho fact that
some of them could not speak English tho BervicCB of an interpreter
were required, which resulted In the
losing of much time. The offence is
.■aid to have occurred iu a local
rooming houso on June 3.
Thc magistrates found that there
was sufficient evidence produced to
send the accused up for trial before
the Supreme Court in Octobor. Bail
was refused.
W. B. Farris appeared for the
prosecution and W. I. Briggs for the
defence.
FINED TEN  DOLLARS  EACH.
Muzio DeFeo, Mike Fuoco, Joe
FUOCO, Tom PoutUBi and Bruno Collin appeared before U. Gordon, J.P.,
on Thursday morning, charged with
cutting nnd taking wood from the
Farwell estate. All lut Muzio DeFeo
pleaded guilty but alter the cviden -e.
was beard he was found guilty by
the J.P., who fined them each l&.Ol)
for taking the wood and 95.00 each
for damages.
Mr. Gordon explained to them the
serious nature of the offence und read
extracts from the act showing them
that they could have been fined a
much larger amount and that lor a
second offence there was no option of
B fine but straight imprisonment.
Provincial Constable J. Renner in
testifying said that he had received a
complaint some time ago from W. I.
Briggs, representing the Farwell estate, that wood was being cut and
moved from the property. He had
paid several visits to the estate and
.ui Monday last on certain information received, in company with W. I.
Briggs, he proceeded to the estate
and found four men enguged in cutting wood. M. DeFeo was not present but he found wagon tracks and
on following them up they led to De
Feo's place. He found a quantity ol
wood and DeFeo admitted he had got
same from thc estate but that it was
wood that had been lying on tho
ground tor some time.
W. I. Briggs stated that he had re-
reived instructions from the agents
of the Farwell estate in regard to
thc cutting of wood and had received
instructions to prosecute any one
guilty of taking wood. He had visited the estate and found thc wood out
but stated that he wished to bc leni-
int with the accused and would estimate the value of wood taken and
damages at about $5.00 each.
Names of two other   men came out
in the evidence and they will also M
brought up before the J.P,
Half Holiday
Act Made Clear
l 	
That carelul provision for adequate
recreation for workmen and others
has lieon made in the Half-Holiday
Act recently passed by tho B.C. Legislature waa made clear last Wednesday, when the deputy attorney-general pointed out to a Vancouver representative thut not only ordinary
wholesale and retail places come
within the Act, but so long as a factory carries on one or other trade,
its operatives and ollicials lienefit
equally from tbis excellent measure,    j
The settlement of the day in the,
week for the half holiday is a matter
of local option vote; and, when de-
(ided, full protection is given for all
('lasses who desire to observe the
Oay. No shop or store management
or owner has tbe right, unless by
consent of the employees, to keep
open on that day. One o'clock ia the
afternoon is the hour fixed for the
beginning of the half holiday. The
larger centres, such as Vancouver and
Victoria are required by law to submit to the vote of the people thc
question "Are you in favor," etc.
The other municipalities are required
to vote on the question at the January elections.
The pleasing tang of its
rnellowfmit flavors ala_*-
was always sufficient for
you to prefer
ADAMS'
TUTTIFRUTTI
GUM
But now the outer
wrapper of ear* package is a valuable coupon
explaining how you may
secure any of a deli^jtful
variety   of   pleasing
Regimental and College
Shields. Choooe Tutti Frutt.
now, not only for its appejit-
ing Havoc or the safety ai
its new, convenient \m, kn^e,
but also for (he bsaofbl shield*
us coupons will bring you.
Ask your dealer for any of
the live tnellow _l»v.,t».
ORIGINATORS
o<&iuu«^(^_^to)
Improvements under way at Um
Qreenhlll mine at Blairmore will to-
crease the daily output from W>0 tat
1W>9 tons of coal.
Fernie Free Tress Nelson and district, in the past five months, haa
raised the sum of *S»,200 for pntrioti*
purposes. In the same tin.e Feraie
district raised (19,000. The total
arr.OUut raised to date by the li>cal
Patriotic committee totals over
$19,06i>. The .olleCtlonS at presMt
are averaging }2,bO(l per month.
GmDills
^_-#FOR theJL KIDNEY*
How They Cure
PLESSISVILLE,  Ql'K.
"I suffered from Kidney Trouble for
several years, and tried numerous remedies
and doctors* prescriptions without permanent
relief, my case beinc chronic. After seeing
about Gin Pills, and as It is a well known
fart that Juniper, without alcohol, is excellent
for the Kidneys, I decided to try Gin Pills.
One single pill gave me great relief. 1 have
now taken four boxes of Gin Pills and find
myself completely cured. No mere bad
humor—increase in weight—clear eye*—fresh
color—more strength and vigor. This is
wbat Gin Pills have done for me."
H. POWIS HERBERT.
Your druggists sells Gin Pills 50c. a box
or six boxes $i. so.    Write for free sample to
19
National Drug & Chemical Co.
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EVANSTON, ILLINOIS.      .  *
(Continued from last week) ,
From May 2Gtt_ to July 12th the class are able to swim. A leaders ,wo "ays in °"r ritv' Presenting thc
recruits drilling here were given pny- corps of Ave was formed and it has reed of finance to carIT on the work
eical exercises every morning by thc done splendid work throughout the nm"ne the B0,diers. with the result
Physical director. July I was observ- year and has been a great help to that 2: of our metllberB are now coned as an anrnal field day by holding the physical director in handling the touting *" the *orV from month to
a program of sports-races and games work in this department. The month j:,lontn' Money subscribed since Dec-
on the recreation grounds. ly bean feeds have been very popular fm"cr. *1I9.50.
In the boys' classes   there has been with the boys. It was the custom to     Twelve Ol the Bridge Guards joined
r,  great  improvement,  the boys have hold these after   a     regular     gymn. ,1,c association on a monthly    bnsis
been more   Interested and havc done class,   and to entertain a guest each nnd US"A the privileges regularly,
much better work. All the boys in the time.     Before    the regular  Saturday     The association    privileges were ex-
. tended to     soldiers recruiting in our
~^ city during the past year.   Baths ta-
~^^^^^m^^?rTL~im^—itf^SSSS-~———^IB^mi^ religious services,  2,  at-
C7L HUME & CO., LTD.
I F*o™.,%;Knj fevelstoke Departmental Stores |^H.:£H
i ■
1
Thrice the capacity of ordinary grates is given because
the Sunshine grates are three-sided, one side at a time
meeting the fire.   Bulldog teeth smash clinkers easily.
Mcdaiy.
Sunshine
furnace
Wouldn't you like to know the cost of ln6t.aUing a Sunshine in your home? I'll gladly give you particulars
without obligation. ._-
daily attendance of sol-
ken.     1050;
tendance 112         ^^^^^^^^^
diers, 15.
IN CONCLUSION:
We wish to thank the Canadian
Pacific Railway Company and local
officials for their financial nnd moral
support. ln making It possible to
carry on the work of the association
with such efficiency, and also thnrk
all others who assisted In nny
fn promoting Its welfare.
DRY   GOODS   DEPARTMENT
way
Busy Week
Sold by E. G. Burridge & Son
S3
(Continue^   from   Pure One.!
CREATED   DISTURBANCE).
R. Gallofoni and Modasto George
*ere arraigned before Police Magis-
tiate A. B, Kincaid on Tuesday
morning charged with damaging
property, creating a disturbance and
swearing in a house in Revelstoke.
I Modasto George seemed to be the one
who created most of the trouble on
that particular night. He claimed he
could not speak or understand English although he had been in the
country for over three years working
on the section. He claimed his father
tral Spanish and his mother French.
Thr Magistrate found him guilty.
R. Gallifoni, while he did   not    do
I uny    actual   damage that night, has
I been in trouble before and was    also
found guilty,
A fine of 117.50 each or 30 days
jhard labor was the sentence Imposed.
. They paid the fine.
IS SENT UP FOR TRIAL.
Mike Huetiuk.   an     Austrian,     appeared b«ore Police Magistrate A. R.
| Kincaid and   R, Gordon, Government
item,     on   Tuesday, charged with a
oerinne nffenM.
I    The proceedings lasted from 10 »._-..
NEW GALATEAS and CINDERELLA SUITINGS. They are hoth
a heavier material than gingham,
fine for boys' shirt waists and
wash suits, 34in.,  25c.
Women's and MiSBes APRONS.
Several styles in light and dark
Prints and Ginghams at 50c,
75c nnd J1.00.
SPKCIAL — Ladies and Child's
MIDDIES, a new lot, mostly
trin.med with Navy Flannel, fast
colors, all sizes, $1.35.
VELVET CORDUROY SKIRTS In
several desgns, a perfect Corduroy
to  wash.   Most   sizes,   $4.75.
Still a few nice DRESS LENGTHS
of those lovely French Muslins
and Embroidered Voiles, at $3.00
$4.00 and $5.00.
NATURAL PONGEE SILK, 27
inches wide, 35c;i 34 inches wide,
50c;  36 inches wide,  75e.
NEW TAFFETA SILK fn the
Pussy Willow finish, full yard wide
nnd most colors, at $1.75.
NAVY BLUE ENGLISH PRINT,
34 inches wide, guaranteed fast
colors, per yard 20c.
m^^tm^^^^^^^
CHILDS  ROMPERS     in     Trints,
Ginghams, and Ualateas. All eizes
Some full bloomer   style,     others
creeper style, at 50.  75 and 90c.
MEN'S FURNISHING AND SHOE DEPARTMENT
HOT WEATHER SPECIALS
We are ready for the high lump
eratures, are you?
If not, come to us and wu will
solve your difficulties.
BAI.I.UIOOAN ONDERWEAR
FOU MEN
Choice lines of Cinadian  manufactured   goods.    They  all hear
lhe famous Stanfield Label. Nice
elastic  knit, two weights at ,T>0c
and .7.r>r per garment.
BUMMER WEIGHT COMBINATIONS
A pure wool Stanfield very light
weight $2.75 per suit
W. Q. dt. It. COTTON COMBINATIONS
Perfectly made with elastic ribb
iiir-erl^. Short 1> g- and DO th iv. -
Price f l.'iO per Suit
BOYS COTTON CNDERWEAR
Combinations wiih long legs ai d
long Sleeves. A nicely mn.ierom
fortahle garment   Price 7.">o suil
ROYS TWO PIECE   UNDERWEAR
Short   hleeves   add   -hort   legs.
Price 35 i girment.
GROCERY AND   CROCKERY DEPARTMENT
CANADIAN MADE) MARMALADE | PANCAKE AND SYRUP SEASON
Try a jar ol Express at Sic. or
a tin ot King Beach at 75c.
Head and Leaf Lettuce, Cauliflower, Celery, Radiahes, green
Onlona and Parsley.
TRY OUR LARGE PRUNES,
WHITE FIGS AND APRIOOT8-
THEY ARE DBLIOIOU8.
Self Hieing Buckwheat Flour la
package*.
Rogers Pure Sugar Syrup, 2, I,
10 and 20 pound tlna.
Pride of Canada Pure Maple
Syrup, quarts and half gallon
tins.
Crown Brand Corn Syrup, 2 and
5 pound tlna.
Lyle's English Syrup, 2 pound
tlna.
Maple Flavored Syrup in quarts
i and 1 gallon tins.
Premium Ham, Dominion Ham,
Premium Breakfast Bacn. Dominion Breakfast Bacon, Pea Meal
Back Bacon, Back Bacon nnd
Cooked Ham. MG-TFOCTI
THE   MAIL-HERALD,    REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, JUNE 21, DU\
BRIEF LOCAL NEWS
Ai.  McRae left for Nelson on     Tuesday.
ll. J. King of Armstrong registered
at the Hotel Revelstoko on Monday.
Vi.  B,  Farris left tm   >.uu.„ivcr on
Thursday,
.Mis. ii. ll   McVity returnod from a
\ inn i i e;, idei  , in Sal ui day,
I
W.  Ke 11    ,.  Bi ai    l '•' e ik     registered
at the King Kd« ird hotel on Monday
J,   \   Brlndlcy   >:  Ed nton   regis-
tered   it  the  Kltig   Edward     hotel on
Sund
Ed.  Allum  ;e i ised    t hi ough     Revel-
i    e     "I. Wednei daj. on his way to
.  ee' : "nl
i      w    .   ol SI   Pen M   church aro
In.! ii party at   tho     rec
tor. ■   :'
Mi    md Mrs   I    I;   Powers ol Port
est      t the King Edward
hote     ■• tt
Ml Rlplot    ol
■   ,i     the     ii
'  nday.
i ■ Ud nl   | he     Mi 11 idi
■   thell   annual   lawn
J ul j  21.
i:   v,    Hibbi i -"ie and     U. .).   Beech
of Vi ,i     the    King
Edw ii '1 hoi el on Mi .nday,
Vi   Irvii     md J   Toye    of     Ni I oi
■  • .    Hotel Re\ elstoke on
Moi di .      Mr.  Irvine Is Police Ma
tral '
R. Jcfsoi 0. Middle
',.n I IM  I), Kenned}  ol
\ ict .     the     Hotel
ms will be asked   tor     by
ioo   ■ oard [or an
li Ikirk school to
tin,      Alie.e Las eu-
■
. •• e held ii   the     Star
The Hon.
'I ho '    ■• ■
Woi present. Evei    ly will
be i>
Woi he iecn received    in     Revel
ttoke thai Harr.  Clement  MacDonald
*bo left R        •            tl   the Brat
dr i" • Iti    Battalion    he    heen
wounded in I
in'1 Canad an Bank  ot
' the cit
South   branch
• n
ii   I   i
train ol
\ri
1 p e d
•       ne is no
C.A.
"   :    Tl
'       • ■ e ',',
r
■
1;        rela
un •
Wllki
.1   M, Doyle spent
Rovelstoke.
June ,'in Is thc Inst. <lnv
count   on  Provincial taxes.
Wednesday     Inl     •).  l'.vuns ol Sain.on Arm registered
I at the King Edward hotel   onl     Wednesday.
for      din-
Miss K.  Miller of London     wan
the Hotel  Revelstoke on Monday.
ut
W. M, Kc.tley of Victoria register'
nl ai i he King Edward hotel on
Tuesday.
Paul Samson, formerly assistant
secretary of the Y.M.O.A,, is spending a few  weeks in   Revelst oke.
,1.  Ileivliincr,    A.  I'M   Elliott   and  I'M
Morrow     of   Kamloops registered at
the King Edward hotel ,,n Wednesday
The   School   Hoard   is      Balling      tor
lendi: -    tor flooring the hallway and
[our rooms "f Central school.
Mn,. Geo. W. Edwards    and     Mrs.
Ed,    Trimble   returned Sunday from
attending the     Rebekah   Assembly at
Vancouver,    While tbere they had the
The W.A. ol st. Peter's church will 1"""" "f taking the     peer ition    of
hold its monthly meeting at the home  Chivalry,     This is the highest honor
,ef Mrs   Ceo, Wady on Tuosday after-  lh:l1 '':m ho bestowed on Robekahs,
''""" "Le|  it he a box ol Liggett's Cboc-
Mi    in.I  Mrs.  J,  Pinei   and     Miss olates," "Your   sweetheart's choice."
Mn.     im i  .ei  Vancouver were   the Sold   exclusively by W, Hews and all
■  i      thl    ivcok ol Mr, and  Mrs, 0.  Re*A"  Dru6  Stores,
13   Hume. "
Mis    iM,. row .'f the Selkirk    school  LADIES:
handed In   ner    resignation     Have yon read the Prohibition RcC-
I li       I.,      bee      accopted   My the erendum?
_,,.|     I;,,. r,| If so,  does it. not appear that      the
natural result of Its enforcement will
Di    I'M  11. 8. McLean, accompanied |,e    to     transfer    the Liquor Cellars
by Mrs. McLeaa, spent several     days f,,,„, n,,, Hotels to the Private Dwel-
in    the South during the past week, iiuggl
making  a  medical  inspection of     the      [s n,jS wisdom?
schools, THINK    IT     OUT     FOR     YOUR-
qp"i \'|,'j
His Gra       Archbishop     Casey    of *l'l-V1-*-
Vancouver will administer the Sacra-    n. m.  Behrcnd, ladies tailor,     will
meat     uf    Confirmation to a class ..!   |„, absent     from    Revelstoke for two
1  Idren  in  St.  Francis church ut m0nths from  .Inly.  Mr.  Cressman de-
10.3    toi lorrow.  His Grace leaves tu- Birea thai all ordera be left with him
afternoon fot   Williams Lake, at once.
pedal    fllrr.    features    that if y,,u support the Bar with    your
should i en this week and next at ballot you ought to be consistent and
tin    Kn.i,ress  Theatre  are      "The   Na- support   it  With vour Hey. Every fifth
ime. Man," Saturday, Broadway Fea- ho msl furnish a Boy for the p;,r
nu..;   Pii.l.lnhead  Wilson,  on  Monday; ,,,- the "trade" must go under.
"The        Smugglers,"          Wednesday;
"Tongues of Men,"  Thursduy. Vo" ca"  L'(,t mnne-v for old nl,"»cr9 j
it      you    bring      (hem  to  the  Second
Ri             :.  Robertson,    former pas- Hand store next to the Union Cloth
• Si. John's church In this townj ing ~'Iuti\
iscapi   from     drowning
t
'C: ■ .<<
iTri!1!'! Tj}
Plant of the Hedley Shaw Milling Co., Ltd , at Medicine Hat, Alberta, ii subsidiary of the Maple Leal Milling Co.,  Ltd., who operate seven large Hour mills in Canada,  with a combined  daily  capacity  ut     over     28,000
sacks of 98s Hour. The Mnplo Leaf Milling Co., I.td., is a $5,000,000 company,   with    branches    throughout the
Uritish Empire, and has over 100 elevators on tbe Prairies. Its President   s Sir    Douglas   O, Cameron, Mom.-
lovernor of Manitoha, and its Western Manager, W, I'M  Milner, president Winnipeg drain Exchange.
"Kings Quality" Flour, its standard familj  grade, is fast  becoming Known   as the "Empire's Hest Flour."
It can I btalncd from the trade generally. Price per 98H- sack. $3.46,  I91t> sack $1.76, 24Jtt) sae-k $1.1 I,
I,. (M eMASSON, SPKU.U, AGENT Knit  REVELSTOKE,  B.O.
i ..   ......
\ au-
R.  Behrendt,  ladies tailor for (Mess
lis.  Saturday.    Mr. Robertson' mnn *  Co"  ha" returned     for     the I
., taken fro ..    pring trad",   l.ndies havc your suits
made early.
• ■   Lut  is now ..mi..' recovered.
,,       ,,,,,. .      .   , Calt Coal  for sale.   Sibhald  &  Son.
Mrs. H.i.  . ameron Invited a num-
ii. 'en Tuesday ev- GET THE  HABIT.—Place your fire
' ■     tr.cel   Mr,  Everett  Cameron and   leejilnnt insurance with Chas. M.
in,] Mr, Paul Samson,     who ha  e ri I'i. hi,  who  represents only old     and
V.M.C.A      Training reliable compnnles.
'   field,  Ma.              .  ry There's  comfort  in  cooking     with
• '■     musici ,.r's Coal,
ed
BANKHEAD  BRIQUETTES BVHt
IP  'e                                   misfortune BEST.
y     heint
helping  in  nny way   will    he     gladly
welcomed    at     the      Y.M.O.A,      every
.Ve.lnesilay  afternoon or nt  St.  Fran
. is hall  each Monday arid     Thursday
Wi   are  nuw  approaching    tin-     third
i
year of the wnr and it is unnecessary
to state that every effort must he
put forth so that the much-needed
supplies may be forwarded to head-
luarters.
HANNAH BLACKLOCK,
Secretary,
tiering whether this time again the
fall uf the church bell in Nay bolfry
is an omen uf peuce.
CARD oi'' THANKS.
WANr   ADVTS.'
VOU SALE—1 Tore    rotators;     $6 n  •
ton taken from  farm.     M.  Czopka,
P.O.  Taft,  B.C.
We beg to thank all our friends f'.r
the kindness and sympathy extended
to   us during our recent, sail bereave*
 nt,     nis,,     ror the many  beautiful
floral offerings,
H.  .1. anil .1. MCSORLEY.
■    :
'
'     -
■
:io's     hotels all "lose on Sept.
■•■<■   will   he  the      only
■ f us.
Much Woo!
THE   BELL OK NAY.
Superstitious   people are talking of
a  curious  inch!,'nt  which  happened  a
Nay, a Utile   Pyrenean     village     far
from the noise of battle.
Twice in the history uf France thc
big church hell of Nay has fallen
without heing damaged. It fell from
the helfry exactly three months before the Crimean Wnr ended, and it
fell from the helfry again three
months hefore the end of the war at
1S70. It has just fallen a third time,
aunin without, damage, and isays Mr.
John Raphael in the "Daily Ex
press")  the   superstitious    are     won-
WANTED—At once, capable Maid for
general housework, must be a good
cook. Write Mrs. w. v. Lammera
Chase,   n.C.
TENDERS,
M • ii,!"i'4 will he received liy the undersigned rn. to p.! o'clock coon, July
',,  fur  flooring four class rooms      and
hall ..f the Central School.
W.  \. STURDY.
Sec. Revelstoke School Board,
On Hand
;n the
■
■
•oi
M
.
Mm
a ,
een A
of  •' 'IU.
TTEf    '
■
■'i
1 gram,
lr    4 pal 'i.     ll im
and Rnd ■'        li at  ring     'he
greal •        nd                '•
frhn is
THTJR      \ use 1      I laky     present- er ti     Tonguea
' Mi ••   I "e.
OOMH td   The Eternal CH nco.
-_%—■ m'- • *        •"_...•» tss~t m
NOTICE
A
Smoking Concert
Will be helil in t
STAR      THEATRE
TH
\ lor,
i 0ME
\\ wtkii Gi ii ral Bervant. Apply
Mrs. W. M. Walker, 28 Fourth St.,
East.
	
FOR SALE—Wee     MacGragor,   Prize
Taker and  Uncle Sam seed  potatoes
for      Pale.    Picked     specimens,   $3.00
per    hundred;     unpicked,  $2.tK) per
hundred.    Apply     to II.  M.  McKin
non.
FDR BALE- Piir of Shetland Poniea
browns, nicely matched, well broken
and gentle, Mso Pomy ciadstono
(seats four), sleighs nnd hnrness. A
complete Olltfll and at a very mod
eiit" price, W. J. Ball, Salmon
Arm.
FOR S.\ I.!'.'-• H.nt I luiisc near Qov
emmeni wharf, Revelstoke, new
Rowboat, lift., never been used
spoon oara, rudder rowlocks, coin
plete; also 19ft. Peterboro Canoe
vith paddles and onrs. Apply to
Mail-Herald.
FOR S .LE—Strong Work Hoi ■■
weighs IBM lbs, Apply 0. II. Allen,
Eagle Pnss Rnnrh. Revelstoke.
IMPOUNDED—Dark       Sable       Collie
Bitch,      If   not Claimed in two days
will   he    sold      or      deal
i. ■ ner can have same    i.v    paying
tnx  and  eost  of advertisement.
Windsor Hotel Cafe
I,   II.  W i-i'iier
Sundfiy Dinner Menu
sour.
Boston clam Chowder
FISH
Boiled llalil.iit  I   Alusinii
S    ll",,
BOILED
I.' )_' ul' l.inili n ml PM-...uh l 'ape   s
S.iilec
ENTREES
(' iinhinnl Mai Salads and .Ma\
..i'ii .-<■ I>i..-
Oysters Potti .1 an New Boi-H-
l Ihickell   nl e    \ in, rieims
ROAST
si uiiMii \   imp i l.icki ii nnd
i, ..'un
Ribs ol Pe. I und I li ow n poi
Vl'.Ci I.TABLES
M   died I'.ei.ii... ■■ an.l i.i.
I'.,,
DESSERT
Orange I'ml.l up,   Chen y S.un i
IME
A| pit", I.em. u  anil   P   ipi
i I  \ COI-TKI.
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\   Bush     .,f
Vork   r,   "H..,: ',., ,,' Mew  Vork   M   B.
.r   .r. i
Md       ''■ '    ''ra     1,.
" Idi    . • "   .,..  .....   I
\ ,1 ■     ;,l    .. , . !;,   •„
ft*ve Rexall Orderlies' ''ent.
In tl    I ""-   will pay 'he biggest dirt
.lends ,,f any  li   sstt enl  ever made."
ISc  nil'! '   Cl II I   Sly      nt      lie.rall
Drtip Storei     W   Tiews.
Money   Ord<
GALT
COAl-
h
< Irrli .
MM'   TffJKK'l     VOKNT
ivsi'i: wt'K
NOT \ tlY  Pi BLK
W. II. HOROBIN
NKXT     'in     I*.. IT     I'll II I
Parisian live Works
Ladies   C&  Mens
SUITS
In   i it. height ol the
i . ihions
The Sanitary Cleaning
and Tailoring Parlors
Day   .ind    Nighi    Service
Phone 340
Kiictm y PI        'i
I'.O.Box IH
I'      Inn. '   Plion       I
Revelstoke Sash and Door Factory
O. W   Abrahamson,  Proprietor
W .■ ean lill ,n j orders of windows orMlums ur anything
in th.   factory line
WM'  also  ..,ii>    mpleto stock of building maternls
MBER.SHINGLES,LATHS& MOULDINGS,
' i MENT, WOODFIBRE, LIME& BRICK
ESTIMATES  GIVEN   FREE
CHAS. M. FIELD
Fire Insurance [l!'•,::i;:,":',,,]
Accident Insurance [0,de._ tf^gert]
Life Insurance [^SttTS?a_"]
Notary Public        Revelstoke       Real Estate

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