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Array RBVELSTOKB
Chief lumbering, railway, mining, agricultural and navlga-
tioa eeentrs between Calgary
and the Pacific oceaa.
The Mail-Hera
THE  MAIL-HERALD
Published  weekly-Read
by    everyone—The     recogmied
advertising     medium   for   tne
city and district.
V
Vol. 23-No. 32
REVELSTOKE. B.C,  SATURDAY, JULY '29. 1910
$2.50 Per Year
REVELSTOKE DISTRICT uM
AND TRAIL WORK UNDERWAY
Much Repair Work Being Done—Big Bend Mining road
Extended—Opening up of Trails to Mining Properties—New Bridge for Montana Creek
PERSONAL ABUSE, AND MISREF-
RESENTION MAIN FEATURES
OF LIBERAL PROGRAMME
Much     roadwork     throughout     the ragh, who is awaiting the completion
Province,      Including     the  Revelstoko of     the     trail     to take iu stamping
district, has heen done so     far     this
year and  more is under way. A great ,,..,,,, , . ,      .,, ,
J ' for the fall,  among     winch will be a
work in this district has new     )iridge over .Montana Slough, I
Will Protest Against Methods of Campaining used by
Mr.Macdonald and Mr. Brewster—Make Repeated
Misrepresentions of Facts and Ommissions of Half
the Truth—Attempt to Mislead Audiences
RESULTS Of HIGH
ENTRANC
After carefully reading the  speeches Associutioni,     replying   to a question
Much bridge work is    contemplated  °* tbe Liberal Leaders, delivered dur- irom Mr,   Justice Morrison     declared dates
deal of the
ing  the present  campaign,   and    also i^.^i
he    editorials in the Victoria Times
The fo,lowing is a list of the pupils ert T.  Beech,  • Prank  Porta,  077;
who have successfully passed the Hev- Edmund  K.  Kincaid,   I M",      Ruth    A.
elstoke High School   entrance   exam Lindmark, I  6; Chester H,   1.   igl
inations.     Ernest  B\ Frey of the Sei 664; Margaret C. McLeod, 657; Robert
kirk BChool leads   the     candidates in P, Lawrence,    651;     E. John   Guzzo,
Revelstoke and bus also been awarded 636; Donna E,  Hume, 629;     A. Annie
the bronze medal. Morgan,  625;      Horace D,   Macdonald,
Central school—Number   ol     oandl- i 22- Leonard B   Tl   mpson, 61 , Marj
5;     Dassed    13:  Doris Cart- C. Ringer   5*7;     Katie   Morgan, 5S5-
the  Liberal party was not op-  wright, 6«2; Allan B, Granstrom, Oil; I en ort,  5S3;     J   tin    A.    M.
Trcn1   Ml Kimberley, 624;     Amy     F, McLeod,   56S;     Marguerite C, Brown,
The Week has come to the conclusion
posed to the principle of     patronage,
I. ir .thy
been taken up with repairs to the va- miles south of Revelstoke. Much river   lnc "ePK nas come t0 tQe conclusion ,)(J a(lmitted that it luul t(J be recog;  Smythe,  611;    Florence  M.  McDonald   563; Lemuel  1    Briggs, T,G1;
doDe  that    the    Liberal party has been un- ni./p(j     MAa ronnrt tn vtpfrtrto nni1„ 596; Mary C,   Bell,  592;      W.  Howard   H.  Laing,  560;    Richard C.  Lawrence,
rious roads already completed and in  hank protection   work has been
nixed     (vide report in Victoria Daily
the opening up of trails to the differ- and     the     balance will be completed fair'y criticized.    It has been charged Times)i  Now tUese personal
ent mining propertied this fall along the Illecillewaet river.  b>' the Conservative press    and     the
attacks
and these repeated misrepresentations
Bradshaw., 584;    Gilbert NM V. Davis,
M.
Estella    K.    Shuttlewood,   573;     Albert Canyon—Number    ot     candi-
There has been a great deal of con-     In accordance with    the     policy of Conservative speakers with having no of fact aad omi9sione    0f    hal,     the  Wilford Clough,
Btructlon work done on the Big Bend Hon.  Lome Campbell,     Minister     of  ■' rogramme and no policy. This is an truth on   the pftrt hQth o{ Mf   Bfew_
road, and it is expected that    before. Mires,  aiming to give all the assist-  unjust accusation.   No one can follow stcr and Mr   MaC(lonald| ciearly iudi_
fall     the    road will be extended to a ance    possible to prospectors, the de- the campaign with an impartial mind cate a concerted plan al,d the    delil)_
point 14 miles from Revelstoke. Partment of Public Works has     made  without     arriving    at the conclusion erate   selention from among tiie vari.
Pour miles of new roads are heing a speciality of cleaning out and mak- tnat tne Liberal party as represented QUB weapons whicb may lie in the
built south of Revelstoke to the vari- ing new trails to the different mining D-v its lea(lers and its press has a Liberal armoury of that of personal
ous 40 acre sub-divisions, which will properties. This entails considerable very dofinite Policy, arid a very speci- aimse_ vituperation and mlsrepresen-
give thc settlers splendid facilities to work, as many of the trails have not fic Programme. When one finds a sin tation, as the main features of the
develop their properties. j been used in some instances for many ?le Principle    running through all its Liberal Programme and the     Liberal
A new trail 31    miles    In     length,  years.        -    / utterances and   finds    that     principle. policy. They spend mogt Q, their Ume
whicli is at present under construe- Considerable repair work has been asserteQ" and re-asserted on every oc- in talking on these topics, They do
tion and which leads to the Benair done on the Trout Lake road, and a casion. over-shadowing every other so in an .,ad captandun." style
group of mines in the Camborne dis diversion will be made to eliminate '-0I'ic. it must be concluded tbat tbis vvliicb excludes evidence and argu-
trict,     will prove a boon to develop- the part of the steep hill near Burton  principle     is an obsession with those  ment| and which is intended   to     lm.
572; Alan    E.    Fleet- dates  >;  passed,  2      -Sthel    M,    Rat-
ham, 563;    Myrtle M.  Hamilton,  561-j tlitle. 709; Annie H. Sandberg, 570.
Doreen Smythe, 551. Malakwa—  Number    ol    candidates,
Selkirk   school—Number    of   candi t; passed, 0.
dates, 29; passed, 24; Ernest I'M Frey Seymour   Arm—Number   of     candi-
775; Laura I'M  Beech, 753;  Klsie Frey 'late?. 1; passed,  M     R, Ernest    Dan-
723; M. M. Dorothea Lyttle, 71-; Rob- iels, 611.
ment   work.  These properties have re-  City. Two miles of the Greeley Creek  who Ro constantly set it    forth.     Its  p,.ess tho mRn whQ doeg n<jt pauge tQ
NO SQUATTERS
SETTLED ON
BEND ROAD
cently  been  taken  over by   Mr.    Dar-, road is also being reconstructed.
prominence and its   frequent  reltera   think 0I. to inveBtiKate {or   'himself
tion demonstrates to a certainty that Thc victoria Times     is     a     worthy Are   all    Bona-fide    Settlers—
lit looms bigger in their minds    thaa mouthpiece    for    the     same     policy.      Park BOUndarV Will be I'lill
i any other plank in, their platform, or  whenever it touches a political     sub- °°Uliaary Will De I UH
I any other phase of their policy. In, ject it follows the same lines, which
his address at Anyox on Monday last wa8 neve,. better illustratcd thfln iQ
Mr. Brewster    ir. so many words said the case of the new Finance Minister
  I   I,hat the Premier ™s a liar.     In his Hon.    Alexander   Stewart      a     man
.   ..J.I    o r ',.    u    c. .lgPecch     at Tcrrace ™ Saturday, Mr.  whon. aU Victorians respect, and who
Another interesting  meeting of    the  '|n SUntiy  FrailCe' tO De Staged , Brewster put it to his audience    that  whatever his political views   has
Regular Red {ANOTHER TREAT
Cross Meeting! IN REVELSTOKE
Sreemery Ms
for Assistsnc
The regular  meeting of     the     City
( ouncil  was  held     in     the     c
chamber un Wednesday nlghl
A delegation    : ._•  the  Rev
elstoke     Creamery    Association
-i.-t.iL- uf A.  J. Macd \. Me
Rae, asked the council     to
  iree water,  light and power for     the
  creamery for    I elega-
A meeting of   considerable   interest <'"" explained  that the creamery was
. __      ... ,.,,  » great  asset  t,.  the city  and  at
to the public of Revelstoke was   held    ._*4
as close to City Limits
as Possible
Here in aid of Red  Cross-
Has Met With Great success in Other Cities
Red Cross society was held in the
Y.M.C.A. on Wednesday afternoon
presided over by Mrs T. Kilpatrick.
As announced    last veek a delightful
concert  was  given Tuesday     evening,
an offlclal     rep.ert    ol which wlll ap-     Another treat is in store   for
pear next week.     A really    enjoyable public    of    Revelstoke     when,
evening     was   spent and every one is Thursday
the Premier
tnat     as    a creamery  Is BUpposed to
was    a liar, asking the unblemished record in public and pri- in the City  Hal1 on   Thursday night have ^^ m ^ ^
, question   according to the Times    re-  vate   Ufe.     Up to a week aEQ he wM to consider th(, South and West boUn.  at prcgent    ^ ^        *  .      ^
port • tan you believe any statement ,.n that was noble and worthy,    even daries of   the     Revelstoke     National it was    goine to be verv hard te, get
of Mr. Bowser s?    It surely has come  in the cycs of the Timcg     Today   be pafk                                                            Mong ^^  ^    ^^      ^
to a Ptettypass if a man   who    has (oll!d    hardlv   bfl aroken Qf ^ mon p   c   Q   Hgr .ey   3uperintendent of Mayor    informcd tte delegation that
the ''Sen.    t0 tbe h,Shest position in the opprobrious terms if he were a scoun- Dominion  Parks,  represented the    Do- the council would take It  up
next   T'T *T      *       T          a rePU" '""el °r a PickP°oket.    In its editorial minion Government Parks Bracch; T.     A letter from  J. M   McKay,  Super-
,„t   PrM»v nich^   nn.iPr tatlon/0I   Uo"ey>   and     truthfulness f.nn„uncing his acceptance of an hon- J.  Wadman,     Dominion  Land  Agent   intinterdent  Canadian    Pacific     Rail-
loud in praises of the admirable way the   auspice^f ^ 1 '^s^  Z^^-m    ^ To" 1 Tt £? ^ ^tT' °^     " ^ "™"« *  »*   «"*"*    " ^  *" "*""    "    ^ ~
in which the several items of the pro- ety, entertainments will'    he     staged,   make ^ZZZeZ ,t     Mr. M   A            '   ^ T fZ*       1^ ^ M   TT^ \^ "? ", R, 'T .T ^         rt ,
gram were rendered                                     under     the    direction of Wilson  Mac- Macdonald     followed    in  his  leader's   ,"'1,     fh        ^                          3     "" MacdonaId  re"rflstnted    the  Board ol A  letter  w,s read from    A.  B. Mc
cm August 8 and 4,  a concert    will donald.      Mr.  Macdonald    has     heen tootsteps and actually .Tad the   sir       d     the     * e £_f? ^   " W' ^ ^J"^ "** "" F" ^^ F"M - the B°ard of
be flTen under the auspices     ol    the staging     this  production, "In Sunny ance to state   that when the Vancou- that it oughlto Solo            t t    T MCK'nn°n'     AWmn0n
Red    Cross,    further details of which France,"  in many of Canada's cities,  Ver ''plugging"  case was    thoroughly Stewart                         S'SC
will be fully advertised. and has  been the    means of the rais-  investigated   it  would be found    that on   Ti,n a-   ,   • —— -—-—————
fc-ii »oum oe iouna   tnat „o. Tho a»oi. io   -,„.  going to foUow     His Worship Mayor ,,     F     McKin- agent    and     Mr.  Hervey.  Superinten
J.  G.  Barber Trade, asking that a con.mittee fron.
and F. H.    Bourne     represented    the the council me°t tht Board of Trade.
menns nf thp mi*-  i*.*,mot.t~mt.mA   to ^ u    .       ..    ll. . ' but to the others for   doing City of Revelstoke. Mr. Tf J. Wadman, Dominion    Lands
means ol tne rais- investigated   it would be found   that s0. The Week is   not
The following is a list   of   work   re- ing of many hundreds of   dollars   for the money     which was paid to J. D. the lend of thp n«i«..I*    ' 7 "1'7                   77.1.     u ■                         *   ■    .    . r,    ,            h _a^
ceived for the current week:                 .Red Cross work.    The Kamloops Red Scott   and which he disbursed   "came 7.M         I         ?   T    ' M    Pr°tMt r°n' DCn,PR"    '      Chl"r    a',d     St" ^           °' Park  ""      "'-iriJay "'"^  t0
Mrs.  Pagdin. .1  pairs socks.                Cross     Guild    cleared  WM  on, the from BoweerHe circlet.     Mr    Mad! he "lies    ha"           ?n^TS***        ^ °' ^ '"^ ""*    "^ T"" ^ ^ ^^^ "' C°m'
Mrs.  Copeland, 3 pairs socks.            ! entertainment given in that town. aid     made this statement in spite of u_\ iti                .1 T        U*ht to BC" °D * 0Se Pr°8Cnt '°r *** ,toW,,           """" Wa8 *™»inUi'
Mrs.  J. Boyle, Mrs. Rabiachau, Mrs     There will   be    seventy     Revelstoke the fact that he had     stifled     ude t eon« °n"           i     '  ^ ^ 'W     ^ *' McClene*htt°'  PrWlden1 "' "10      A r°'1Ue8t 'r0ni the Board of TraJ*
R. Drauhart. Mrs. Flockhart. Mrs. N    ladles     and children In the cast, and oath before the    C o, „,, te     of    the h ch   t ?    ? f     f '" ^ met,1°d B°ard     °'     ^^     ^ ^  ^  "" ""^ "^ '" *    ^      °'
R. Brown. Miss V.  Jollille,     2    pairs rehearsing is going on steadily    from House that he bins 1   wis    chairman thirl                 \T      ""     ^     lMt B°M* ""^^ *"" ^^ "' ,b"   '           '     M* **" ">"""  l0 °"!1-
„lpk. on7                                                |aal.,_       *,„.„, h.   !„♦. „t „.„m ,.7     * l.     I                                  8 thirteen years, the more certain It Is Park should    be extended to the city nection  with the visit  v( H.R.H.  the
socks each.                                                    early      morning    until   late at night, of the     Liberal committee which had that    men    who h v               it v     *
Mrs. Kilpatrick, a Friend.    Mrs. G.  Miss Phyllis Parker of Salmon    Arm, hired and paid J. T. Scott, and that left will refuse to         "^             PCCt
Wady,  Mrs.  Russell, Mrs. M. B. Mac- who has already appeared in eight of under   Scott's supervision,  that com- is
and     that after discussion a Duk.. U Connaught.
follow a lead which letter was written    to     Mr.  Harkin,     A letter wns read from J.  B. Har-
l-.enzie,      Mrs.  K.  Burridge,  Mrs.  Mc   Mr. Macdonald's plays,    will    take a mittee     had     maintained and paid a dishonest
Given,  Mrs. Overton, Mrs. F. Soames leading role. spy in the Committee Rooms    of   the,
Mrs. Parker, 1 pair socks each. I    The Kelowna press has the    follow- Conservative    Association.      Further
Donated by Mrs. J. Lees:     2 night-, ing to say with     reference to an en-  Mr. Brewster and Mr. Macdonald,    in
ehirts,  1  suit pyjnmas, 2 pairs socks; tertainment given in that city. ' spite of the proveed activities of    the
Mrs.  Morgan,   1 suit pyjamas     (vol-     "In spite    of the disaster which for Liberal machine in Vancouver,   raised
Untary sewing), tbe     last     sixteen months or so haa a  great hullabaloo    t't     both     these
A welcome donation dt $3 was    re- overwhelmed pert of northern France,  meetings about   "smashing the maoh-
reived  from    Mrs.  Mainwnrfng,  which it is   almost     impossible to think of  ine." It was an  "iniquity,"    and   it
Is much appreciated. I that country    without  picturing it as  had to be "smashed," but neither Mr.   Weather   Perfect
HANNAH BLACKLOCK, I a land of mirth    and     sunshine, as a  Brewster   nor Mr.  Macdonald had the
Secretary   country     in     which music and dance fairness to point out that the organ-
  enter    into the lives of   the     people,  Ization which is Called "the Machine"
bred by pleasure    and beauty of envi-  is exactly the same in both    political
lonment. It was no doubt partly ow-  parties. It is based on the system of
as contemptible as   it Is obviously Parks Commissioner,  Ottawa,   result   kin, Con f Dominion Parks
ROYAL PARTY
IN REVELSTOKE
The News From
Three Valley
Presention
—Duke Plants Post-Tea at
old Internment Camp
ing in    Mr.    Harvey's visit to Revel- stating th.it he did not consider con-
stoke. The Board of Trnde were quite ditions favorable lot an     internment
willing to Lill  In line with the views camp,
of the city council in this respect, as
part of the automobile road was
included  in  the  Park and he thong
it should he. ^B
Mr. Hervey     then     nddressed     the
meeting, stating that Mr. Harkin was        	
snijlous to extend   the park  boundnr- —	
ies and asked  the     reprea. nt.ifives ol      Vancouver.    —    The      Conservative
l|      UO
One Change
In Ticket
the rity     nnd  Hoard of Trade to de- convention on Thursday ni_-.it  rem.inline     the     boundary    they  wished  to lJ»*te«.    the same ticket  ol candidates
have,  which he would bring up before wl,h "n'' exception. K,  W   Welsh, who
Space in this   issue does not allow  the commissioner, In the .vent  ,,f the nf |on< te, Kngland,    was     dropped
ing to this that everyone in Kelowna  primaries; it has tbe same Ward Com  a detailed account of the visi."onlis  iTunVary"'b^trtilrtS "7" 'would »">    ^   '•■  A^McOulr. added. "The
!!fT^i-^.7!^^?_.T^ 2!!!!lS_^,?"*?i    Chalrmcn    andHoyal    Highness    th. Duk. oi Con- embrace all the vacant land    except ticket   stand, today   Premier Bow.ec
looked
                   ,      |"'rv ,~ MaCt°miM''.T''al FT  ITT5" jt hdS thC Sa'"e 8y8tem °' "U,'El,t an" Purty' t,u! ,o11ow1,,k iB " ,""t ""''"' ' "y bom.rt.ad   or   pat- »•• Dr.   0. A. McOulr, 177,    h   B
ledy    In Sunny France,    the fascinat- delegation     to  the Central Executive brief     account     of    what  transpired ent MncOown 17«, T. Dukt 161   (has    1:
Mr. J   Rutherford came out     from mg title alone conjuring up an    even- and   to nominating Conventions.     In while     the     Royal party were in the     \,„v.„   McKinnon asked Mr   Hervey T"">'" '««.  Wnlte Leek 196.
Revelstoke Friday night to spend the mg     of    light and mirthful pleasure,  fact its   constitution     is     absolutely city. If   1    tn     vent   f th k h      da     —	
week end with his family who are in Certainly  no  one  was     disappointed,  identical.     If it is a had system and     Notwithstanding tho fact that     th. coming 'to '     "" ''^
camp here lor the summer. nnd from the large audiences     which should be "smashed," the    treatment weather yesterday forenoon was verv noulhl. f„'r
Mr. and Mrs. Farmer Bossley     and crowded     the    Opera    House on both  is required just as much, to say    the threatening, the afternoon   was     per-    ,,      I n     ts".'   u'n.l.rv In ','.!-T',3 "ft"°' t0 't0f>  "p0t hunter8'"
children of Soisqua visited the A. E. w^«day     and     Thursday evenings least     of it. In the Liberal as in the feet.  Promptly at 2.10 p.m.  the Hoy- ,h,„,' hut  »«. inform.,, that it moM t,"*l~u '^"^    0MMUd *" ' """'^
city    limits it would he toundary close to    the town  wan.
be
en „ little fur- al train drew Into the depot and was not he possible.     The Mayor   furthc.   £ "^ f""'' *iaU™ri*     nnd   ln"
'Dicky"  Lawrerce and three of his was to be heard.    Indeed, the play Is ther on Mr. Brewster   declared:  "The met     by   the committee in charge of explained that 'one 0   h h r-a-one U„
y    friends of Revelstoke, have been most appropriate to the title,  spark- curse of this country is the patronage the Royal  visit. After a presentation «■ hing th     .ou, b,r    Of     he     ,'a       '"
ending . few days here J^L™^?* Tet "^^ Me ^^    We Catm0t haVe a "»tro^ °' (,OWCrs ^ tbe la<"« of Revelstoke brought down    was to conserve game "l"
hoy
spending _  	
'       ,u _ —»  «»   rmm.-mm_m    —    —     -./     u,>    lauiCB   OI     IVJVeiBUIKO llpllll
Mrs. Isaac Morgan spent last week witty     dialogues, came tumbling one system    rampant and have a healthy the  party entered    the waiting auto- birds
?dJ"  RPVClSt0lle' the gUC8t   ^ M"' nftr     Tth°r     ,r°m    the arti8tB iD °r h0ne''t con,lition i"    P°Iitics.     Ho "lobiles and were taken up tbc auto- latched on the low benches
J- c- English. such  profusion    that     the     audlerxe intimately     is    patronage Interwoven mobile road to the end of ""««.<» a. I0W b(nche.
Haycock family last Sunday. rothing but the    warmest admiration  Conservative narty. Th 	
"him that there were no sijuat
rs ab ; m  ,,11  wor,,
ina •• le    ietth 1       He sli 1 .ebject.-.!
to Mr.  McLaes wish to Include    the
ns     partridges,   grouse, etc.,  land B,ong thp Hve_ an(, the   CBnyor
  °'     the  in  the  |,nrK.  giving    as      his      reaJOD
Ml.s Margaret Wilson    Is   spending might be said to have exhibited  'one vith Bowserism that I  have     known Uon, where His Rova7H.ghneB» nlac- _eht_het be'rheshf,°re ^ ""^ ^ that  ""*'    *"""     °f     Rfv'1"t0k9
her   summer holidays at her parent's long     smile'     which      lasted     right them   to attempt to rob the Church, ed a post (elevation 3921 feet).    The     C   H   Macdonald stated that     hot h'"""''" tr"V"T''     r' -r,lw '     "n<1    "
b0me hfir°-                                                'thr°"Kh the Perf°™«nce. If I am chosen to form » Government .'arty then started down the hi. and bimiJ,   ,   7 I r      , r „ n w,rV JZ. i*™**      C°uM        **        "     P'rmlt
Messrs.  J. Btewart    .nd    Llndmark     "When It  Is remembered that every Twill not stop till the whole accurs- .topped     at    the road caT9Zd Z ^b   u"        o         S^    ^    ^   ""    , *!                '     '"       "'     ™
of  Reve itoke    were business  visitor, -ng, ~ety dance, every rote of   the ed system is wiped out."     Again, It ternment camp)  and were ent rtalned ng Inf rn   d    y           H   v      ,        he f™    k         ,  m        " . S ^
,aHt WMk'                                                 (dialogue, is    the product o» the brain Mr.  Brewster had not.     Intended     to by the men working on the road   tZ would have to be J„v,.r„'d , .     1 Irk                    regulatlrms prohibited
A .on was horn    to    M, and Mrs. ;    Wilson    Macdonald.    some     slight mislead his   audience, why did he not being served.     The'tab.e w»   ta^ Z". 1   w«,Lew h"   „£
.O.  Johanson of Mltlkan. last week.     Idea is gained of the creative and va- inform   them that at the last session fully decorated    with     wild     flowers A
Jack Bowman was In town recently ried genius   of   this gifted and pains- of    Parliament,     Sir George   Foster gathered by tbe men. C. A. Procunier
the
ruttin™ of green wood, it might work
a hardship on the residents of Revel-
        McRhc ln "''dressing the     meet- Moke.    Mr. Wadman alt-o stated that
Vith „ flne bunch of bear skins which taking man who can come Into town speaking on behalf of the     Conserva- had charge of the arran«mim't7 iuLa^V.^ "T A""'.- •.'"nE. th«,B"' " *'"" h"" °P'Di0n ,hat  lt     WBB B(1'
he took to Revelstoke to .e.l. Among .  complete stranger and can,  In  two tive Government,  oflered on  STSTl    PrJ^l^l ZZ   y the' ""  on   atnZ p. iS 7"".     Z T^ °T ^l'" ^ ^ ^ lD
them was a grl.zly, valued at $126.    ,to  three    weeks,  train  .ixty children of tbe    House    to   meet flir Wllfrrd various local organi,atlons   a W ae- P rk      and1     tu th„   ut d thnt  til l             T        '  ]^W"'     M   '"
Mrs.   A   Rutherford la ln Rey.l.tok. .nd adults In song and dance so that  Laurier half way In the    abolition of <o,mt of which    will anwar ta      frt      « dents ta th        1                       f "   h"n,""»^r«     »•*• -ncerned, he
this     week  the guert of Mr.. Ourtl..  their presence upon the stage Is a de-' patronage, „nd that Sir WHfr.ilI made UM issue                                            fut-    esldents In that district were ^uat- wonId not favor pilttln(_ „nv of them
'*"   lW° ^ Wi*h°™ *-■*"  k° PVPr' thP  *"™< Cr,t,e"      'J -P-;7-tever, Why did he not.     After the presentations   the     party^t a", t^    -Zt^was'TtTy S So"  "^w^t^Tndors'e'd J[t
have the fa.rne«   to tell his audience returned to the   depot,     where     th. ret all they could out of It. ^ta, '    *
hut was overruled by the     maiarlty,, w^ded to Ottawa hy both Mr. Wad-
Hi.    reason     for   wanting the park j man and Mr. Hervey.
at one time     ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^	
Tbe Rev. Mark Philips, Presbyterian J    Grarii Forks council  hns reused th
on Friday.  A  good crowd turned out''ion In th- license fee. The aldermen's'distribution   Commissioners    as     th. "*ntlng him   with a basket oT raoun-
to hear his very Interesting addrims.   .alarlei have been cut IM.
I representative of the Victoria Liberal fata trout. PACK TWO
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, JULY 2.9, 1916.
Zhc ADaiMberalfc
Published every   Saturday at
KKVI I " ■   IK E    B.  C
cyVL ii' : Publishing
C     rpany,  Limited
F, e. M   ia er and    Editoi
RDAY, ,U MV 29
:. VOTE
T1)(   i ■        real ly    exi Ited
.    .   .   . thai     the
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Cart  ' i and
... bi  - ufl cieni  '"
r i    ■ •     nl,      Tl  el    was
■ •    • i   I      mei
.  . . ., uin      Mr.  Brewster
lien  to pro-
,      .       eguards if they c mid
11 nowi   that
i        oldiers'
I ii ed     te.
•   ...    ■    vas . M""  to
.     . ■ , . mi (its,
'   er what
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ter 1
submit
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B.C. FEDERAIIOii'IST AND /i. A.
MACDONALD
The foil..wine is  an    extract     from
the B.C.    Federationlst,     Vancouver,
ind needs ne. fui iher explanat ior.i.
M   the liberal  meeting held in  the
ess theatre in tbis city recently,
Mac lonald       .. .li occasion to vent his
spleen  upon Gosden,    by bawling him
out for fair,   for having dared to bb-
erl i hat he I Macdonald) had paid an
lection debt,     He denounced Gosden
':  ■  an 1 several    other kind -    I
■   unfit  foi   bun a:      associai ion.
I le viciouslj   paw ed  the air in bis ette,    convince his audience that
 e  was clear  and his
i e   nirch,    even    at
nd     f'.  the likes ol  the
dl.   all tl   I
shysti r m ■■ j er < i mid do
case for his i     nl  and
, lent ly   not     lessened
elf,  the
Wi i    he has 'folio ,ved the
tactics in other mei t tags    held
ous ! I e"j since.     Presumably
he will    coi ; a a   bo to iM   during  the
•:. ' hat   by  tho
■   i sits  upon the Gi   A a
juries will have been
.' Highly prejudlci d ago nst < los-
hls     con\ ict ion  as-
- tired.   Vlncdoi     '      ■ ■      law yer, ful-
doing.    He
Ip 1 thai  he is vlo-
lal i e/ all  i Me- ■ rinciples of decency  in
antage ot a polit leal
11   to and     condemn
,. • .      on     els.    ■   • rder to cli ar ''is
rts ni tei  up bis    shaky
i it   thc things
xi^mntmmmmmmmm^mmmvimmm^^itLiuiMt,
1'AID-eUl' CAPITAL, $7.00(l,lKI0
KKSKRVB FUND, $7,000,000
Imperial Bank
OF CANADA
I1, K_ Howland, l'lciek m. Bttabll§hed 1875. E, Huy, General Manager.
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. m
REVELSTOKE    BRUNCH:     MCKENZIE   AND   FIRST   STS.
A.   B.   MiCLENEGHAN,   Manages
WH777rrm'mmmm-w "TV.mmm K-rr™'msMWi————___t
■    plug
,   does
lull  ■"'
•
on  bis
■  '      petty type
it.                      ti       .m     bis
■ class-
ratio!                  things thai  are de-
, ral
PROM THE
.    .       lhe
rlie".>
■.
.
,
■
Wi.;
i|    Revel t'.t-.e ■
I     Btl.
'
i    l'i lm
it
YEAST
MAKES PERFECT B
AT  THT   THEATRES
• it > Ite ''b.ik »|tl it fl doubt
"ie pn mi.'M girl In n ol Ion plcturei
will he een al tbe h.mpran Tbeatrn
'■'.    Monday, In "Oul ol tbe Drlfti."
■'. ii.i.ii'i.d at ,ty ol the Alps.    Don't
I Mil.   |. Ill Ule.
Ladies' Muslin and Voile Waists
Fancy Waists with colored stripes that have just arrived.
The very newest things on the market. Prices $1.50, 2.00
and 2.50.
Wash  Goods
Fancy Crepes, Striped Crepes, English Prints 36 inches
wide,  in fast colors. Prices  1 5c nnd 20c.
Ladies' Lisle Hosiery
Ladies Plain White  and Hlaclc Hosiery,     extra good values.
Prices 35c, 40c, and   50e.
Shoes for Ladies
We have all the newest stvles in Footwear and wo guarantee
all our shoes to Rive satisfaction. Prices from $4.00 to
S6.00.
Shoes for Boys
We have just the shoe for the boys, something that will
cive them lots of wear nnd a shoe that has style. Prico
S3.00 and $3.50.
Millinery
All Millinery nnd Trimmed Hats at one   half   the     original
price.
Fred Young & Co,
What's in a Name ?
Well, it just d.pnd8. Whec you hear of llobson'i Bread
you naturally leel hungry. The crisp brown exterior and
the appetising white Inside are both signs ol the good
flour we use and the care we take to bake lt juat right.
Try it for yourself—we do not fear the reault.
HOBSON'S
Box 734
Union  IIotkl
FIMST STREET.   REVKLHTOKK, B.C.
fresh from own Ranch
IMPUkh   IjRINKING WATER IS
thp; FRIEND OY DISEASE
-    m lectured Irom ab
.;,,, and   tbrlce filtered  ■■ itei   Tholi uie m ben-
HBALTH and a , tatlve ol Dl   i.asi..
i r.  o ii   Mi!,-, I   \      . , ,ai      .,..., Glngei  Beer, Set  The moun'
tain   ■...t.T in not Blmon   Pure In the good old Bummtt time.
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Wholesale Dealers Direct Importers
WATER NOTICE.
(Diversion and Use.)
TAKE NOTICE that David E.
Cook, whose address iB Revelstoke
B.C., will apply for a license to take
nnd use 10 gallons per mintite of water out of stream, also known as Elsie Creek, which flows out of mountain and drains into land at foot of
mountain. The water will be diverted
from the stream at a point about
fifty feet north of dividing lino and
will be used for domestic and irrigation purposes upon the land described
as L.S. 5, Section 10, Township 24,
West of Sixth M. This notice waa
posted on the ground on the I .Ith day
of .Tune, 1916, A copy of this notice
r,nd an application pursuant thereto
and to the "Water Act, 1914," will
be filed in the office ol the Wnter Recorder at Revelstoke. Objections to
the application may be filed with tho
Bald Water Recorder or with tbo
Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C., within thirty days after the first appearance ..r this notice in a local newspaper. The date of the first publication  of tbis notice is  July  1, 191C.
DAiVID l-M COOK, Applicant.
GOLD RANGE LODGE, No. II
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Meets eTery Wedneedsy «veBta(
at 8 o'clock, In SdUrk Hall.
Visiting brothers cordially ta-
Tltad.    W. POTTRDFP, C. C.
R. GORDON, K of R. S.
KOOTENAY  LODGE, No. IS.
A. I'M and A. It
Regular Meeting* are held la
New Masonic Hall oa the Foarth
Monday in each mouth at I p.m.
Visiting brethren are cordially
welcome.
'\li   G- n- SKH'NE, W. M.
" ROBT.  GORDON,  Secretary
SELKIRK  LODGE No.  11
I.  O.  O.   KM
Meets every  Thursduy  evening la
Selkirk   Hall   ut   S o'clock. VUit-
liiK   brethem  cordially  lnvltwl.
JAMES  M. GOBLB,  NM G.
JAMES MATHIE, Secretary.
If you want what yiti wan! ivhon you
want it try Mail-Herald Want Ads
Revelstoke Lodge
No, 1085
LOYAL  ORDER
OF MOOSE
M.ee'.'.s every second
and Fourth Tuesday
in    Smythe's     Hull.
Visiting Brethren are cordially Invited.      ALLAN K. FYFE, Die
il. L. HAUG.Sec.
E. G. Burridcje & Son
Plumbers and Tinsmiths
We specialize in
MjtiillicCeiliiif.-'i.Coirii'.', itstlKoof-
iii.;, Furnace Work nnd up-
to-date Plumhlng
Work
Workshop   (!minaught  /SVe.
REVELSTOKE -     B.O.
GOOD POLICY
I t'sgood policy to think of the I'm ure
It's still better policy to provide against
he uiisforlum ■• il mil) have in Mori
hi y. ii The sure i wil. ,,; protecting
.'..iii'si If and .amily is n
LIFE INSUH \Ni K POLICY
ivith a reliable company. The liiuli
financial HUwdinji and long business
career of thu Kootenav Agencies
ui:.k. - il all inlutely i nisi worthy.
Your time innv In near al hand,
Don'l delay.   Take oul n policy now.
KOOTENAY AGENCIES. Ltd.
A. E, Kl ni ail. Manavei.
REVELSTOKE NURSERIES
CUT  FLOWERS  &  PLANTS
Phone 066
DR   T.   UKAKD
.IKNTIST
OVER     IMPERIAL     DANK
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN S
TAILORING, CLEANING AND 1'       ISING
Work Guaranteed.  All Kinds of D i
And  Childrens  Wear   Made To I
FRED LOW
OPPOSITE REVELSTOKE CLUB, FIRST STREET
VVk Call, and DKi.it   r
Suits Pressed 75e S-i   s I'ressed and Cleaned $1.SO
ORIENT
HOTEL
,1. 4
ihed •A-ith the
irkel affords.
Liquors   and
51  a   day.
CITY TRANSFER CO.
Baggage Transferred
Distributing Agents and Storage
GKNKRAL   DRAYING
FURNrrURE   AND    PIANO    MOVING   A   SPECIALITY
Phone 16   276        Nighl Phone 346
CURTIS   &   SWITZER
First   ■      '   ,'e velstoke, B. C.
WINDSOR HOTEL
EUROPEAN   PLAN
\ lil.l. RATES
F. B. WELLS
Men's Outfitter
Fur Buyer	
Complete   Line   of   MENS  WEAR
The Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Canada,  Limited
ni'iie... Smelting and Rtflnlng Department
TRAIL,   BRITISH COLUMBI \
SMELTERS AND REFINERS
Purchasers of Gold, Silver, Copper and Lead Ores
TRAIL MKANI) PIG LEAD, BLURSTONH ami si'KLTI-.li SATURDAY, JULY 29, 191C.
THE   MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
PAGE   THROT
When the palate
craves for something
different in chewing
gum—for the luscious
tang of melldw fruit
flavors
ADAMS'
TUTTI FRUTTI
GUM
is what you need. For
thirty-five years preferred by those who
know chewing gum
goodness. Now it comes
in the new, convenient
package;   each  of   the
five slicks wrapped in wax-
paper and tinfoil. Your dealer
has Tulti Frulti in lhe new
package and in any of five
mellow flavors.
ORIGINATORS
I
COMiiSSION
REPORTS ON
CONTRACTS
Sir Sam Hughes Absolutely Ex-
one .ited from all Sup cicn
of Wrong Doing—Company's
With Which Fuse Contracts
Were   Placed   Were not
"Mushroom   Concern;*"
' is directed more toward Col. Car-
' uegie than to the Shell Committee,
and even that otlicial is excused to a
great extent because of the extent of
the duties placed upon his shoulders
and the fact th'it "he vas a very
busy man."
As was natural to expect, Col. Allium conies in for c. msi i riti-
cisra; yet, while casting doubt on his
veracity, ever, in his case the outline
of the report upon which this cuin-
,111 nt is based reflects no such scathing rlrniincintii.ii as might have been
expected after casuallj following the
. ml. nc at the Inquiry, the conclusion of the comrr.issiocers being that
aside from the fact that Allison oc-
cupled ;, somewhat peculiar relation
in the Shell Committee, his connection with the business ol that committee so far as It concerned those
ipanies in which Allison was
Fhown to be Interested .vas ol i kind
■ nt infrequi ntly found under rather
leal circumstances.
One thing whicli this re...ert does
set out is that the companies with
which the majority of the fuse contracts  were placed     were no "mush-
om    ,■ mcerns,"  special  mi:.'    I
ing made in this respect ol the American  Ammunition company   nnd    the
nternational     Arms    and Fuse company.
Altogether the Meredith-Duff report
places in, such serious and shady
complexion upon the transactions of
the Shell Committee as the charges
of Mr. Kyi • in parliament in.plied.
It lompletely absolves Sir Sam
Hughes, finds no grounds for believing that the Shell Committee
in anything   but an honest
7- Every 10c ^
/    Packet of   \
WILSONS
FLYMDS
.WILLKlLL MORE FLIES THAN,
*f8-WORTH OF ANY /
\STICKYfLY CATCHER/
Clean to handle. Sold by all Druggists, Grocers and General Stores.
: • ei guiltless nf wrongdoing
y the commission, that same reason
... ill also ' ■ ai   the minister [rom the
« h cl   might  be made that he
■   i  to take precautions io prevent  wrongdoing.
I Hark
of
i^p.Eciat'on
The' following telegram has been received by tht President ol the Board
Of  Trade:
"1 an  directed by their Royal High
nesses Thi  Duke and Duchess ol Oon-
raught and the    Princess 1'atricia to
■ xpi   5S  to  yee'.i  ami  the      ladies      and
• n    who    kindly arranged the
ever  pleasant   drive     up     Kevelstoke
mountain     on     Friday     for       their
acted  Royal     Highnesses    appreciation and
honorable tnjoyn.ent    of the beautiful drive and
A ventured monastery in the plain.
And  there onts day,  while     frightened
Blngers wondered,
('iiiui' bursting shell    and    red   and
fiery lance;
A  storm of steel    across   the    forest
thundered
And left  a shattered   wood    some-i
where in France.
Somewhere in France     the   marching
columns battled,
And scarlet dew made, crimson every
flower;
The cannon wheeled, the   barking   rifles rattled,
Thl      ". ee, ee;    ,,[   , ,;|t;     v,   ya „ 11] nllTed    IU
an hour. I
With martial airs acid flowing   pulses
tingled—
The bugles blare,     thi  leaping lineH
,i.i\ mice—
And 'Mtui.in  blood     with     1.1..od   of
Fn ni hi   li   •   ni u d
Within an oaken wood somewhere \n
France.
Somewhere In France Bome   timo   we
only hope for
The sin shall end, the sacrifice shall,
cease, I
And mei   shall Bee the thing we   only!
grope for—
a Franco-German     brotherhood   of
peace.
The oak   shall  lift     its head  in all   its
splendor,
Cln   petals  white   the  golden  summer
dance,
And    passing    zephyrs sine a requiem
tender
O'er  Franco-German    graves    somewhere in I'M-.mce.
—American Lumberman.
The   Revelstoke   Red   Cross   Society
Presents
lllu
Mfiny France
ji
t_A Musical Comedy in two acts by"
Wilson MacDonald
Every  Song a new  song
Every Dance a new Dance
Every morsel of dialogue
bubbling with wil
In port     of    the
Ion,    which  in-     Messrs.  (
rs "i  the Canadian ed utterly
ity, and falls to substantiate the impromptu tea at the top. Their
the iccusations of the Liberals that Royal !!...>, sses will take away with
there was "grafting" in cormcctiou
with  the awarding of fuse c..ntracis.
from Canada   a  lively  recollec-
NOTICE.
In the County Court of West Kootenay holden at     Revelstoke.     in the
Shell Committee,     with special refer-
■ a -     at     last
e  prime Minister
It is a ral • . ; .cumecit;
■    tew vcry closely
lefii s, an      ntil tl
presented of stiui-
viii: it in it       utiretj  it  is impossi-
- Iflcance of
. en made 1 lughi s
My    tl -i'e:-.as. even in those blamele
i.v ill and Kytc have fail-
to   make good their char-
the beauties ol  Revelstoke  matter     of   the estate of Jenny Lind
ispitalitj of it   li hi bltants.
J.  M. McKAY.
jes, and in no one place, so far as
,,ii outline of the report indicates, is
there any indication that the com
missioner c. I Id find .evidence to -'ive
the a." actions any sui
>' l. ■" as   .-a -  .-  ught  to convey  when thi ule.
One thing that will     please     Cana-
in general is   thai     Sir     Sam
has been declared  absolutely
The  people had too much
- Frivolities is
Mocii Enjoyed
■        i     nd suc-
.ncerts   evei  given In Revel-
Kirk, late of Arrowhead, British Columbia, deceased, and In the matter
of the "Administration Act."
notice that by order of His
Honor, J idge Forin, made the llth
dny of July, 1010, I was appointed
l dministrator of the estate and effects of Jennie Lind Kirk, deceased,
nnd all parties having claims against
the .-aid estate are hereby required to
furnish  same,  duly verified,  to mc on
70 LOCAL AMATEURS
CAST
IN
Revelstoke Opera House
August 3 and 4, 1916
Prices       -      -      -        50c, 75c. $1.00
CHAS. M. FIELD
]
■  chosen     to ex-   onfidence in  I I    rity of the min
ister ;n thi   firsl  place ro believe that
Oni     tt      esc   •   ms to thi    ;ener- he would be found guilty of    wrong-
throughoui  the n  and     that he has been com-
vei    ■    ad in the case of pletelj   exonerated wlll  be particular-
lies, who is exon- ly pleasing to those who have   never
lei .n ol wrong-1 losl  faith in   his Intentional ho
ugly,  what     little II   thi   fact  of ' being very     busy
-   n ■ ission has     an" excuses  Col.  Carnegie from all
ontracts blame,   surely, aft r Sun   Hugl      !
given for the    benefit or before the 15th day     of     August,
. ,      Red Ci .ss    Society    and 1916.   Vnd all parties indebted to tho
put  an  ' >   the    Vancouver     Juvenile above estate are required to pay the
Frivolities,     under                   ct on ol amount     of their indebtedness to me
,.,,. m.ss forthwith.
eci!ameistwi^iTr'emtaaaKemnmKKBmmmmFmr—TrT-r^--'fr'->
No warping, bulging or breaking at the centre of heat—
the strain is taken up by the two-piece fire-pot which
permits no ashes to cling or clog.
'urnace
Let me show you the special features of the Sunshine
that help to effect: that economy in fuel for which it is noted.
810
Sold by E. G. Burridge & Son
mt^kmmmmmt»ii^m_aWtmir;iVtmi,ic.. -*3_-»'.3_£__^»_Eia-*'._
THE     CANADIAN    BAN!
OF   COMMERCE
Capltul $15,  H	
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
Accounts may I.' opened  and operated by ti
MONEY   ORDERS
Re eivi   .
Issued I.y I lii- I ni nk I'm in H in,,.-I t Mm ven h nl   way
gums oi nurn.'V hy mail nml may I btalned
oi  ren iti lng imal
without dela>
SAFETY   DEPOSIT BOXES
io ri'ni Information repii'dlng which will be Furnished on  api lioatii n
REVELSTOKI. BRANCH W.J.COULTHARD Mftuaj
I'Mi.'l.uy I'll.
IMI).IM.x   IMI
M'-iele nee I'll ne '2 11
Revelstoke Sash and Door Factory
O. W. Abrahamson,   Proprietor
We can fill any orders of vt ndow   or doors or anything
in lhe factory line
We also  carry  a complete stock of building niaterals
JMBER,SHINGLES,LATHS& MOOLDINGS,
CEMENT, WOODFIBRE, LIME& BRICK
ESTIMATES  (UNION   FREE
Empress theatre on
i a ing.
.Mrs.  Hcn.-h.iw   and   Misi      Mollison
ith well known in our city and
■ eir : a n.  coi ni il d with   anj    en-
f .■>.-
i   I success,
from
start ad each      ttli      per-
was   an art 1st in bis or her
pari it ilar
Mrs. dress   on    iM.ua-
: i   i   i   lital work In
. is a thi :■'■'.. blj ■ njoyi .1 feature ol the evening. Hei     ctur.    were
ighl home to all the
■ o   tM"  .. e   and
neci ssitj   for ri ni xi ,1 effort
n the : ise at home. Every
111 i rei with pleasun that Mrs
:M:,.-'. iv, has promised to rettmn
■. in ,-. I ig ; and dell\ er ber
,c. tun ..a tl o war. Illustrated w Ith
1-t wonderful collection ol war pictures.
Too    much   credit  cannot  be jtiven
Miss Mollison,    whi   b.nl the training
t thi  children In b in 1 with Buch I'm
ilt8, Her vocal contributions
to the program   were    11 |oyo 1     and
gr at I ited   ; ai I iculai ly    her
it  "ii  Dry    ThOI e     'rears,1'
Id Scoti h favoi Ite, "i laller
In'."
Tl el        .ti '   t. ts,  I" s 11       Ki th
an 1 i lm m   won their way
■ (Toi t  Inito the heal li       .-:|
n    nt,  Miss Marjoi li     tevi
1   the violin,     Her
I
>   youth. Whi n the lull
neb      torn 'ii   Brst
delighted audienc.   ll
to i lallze thai  the ringer    was
only i, very    tiny glii and met g tin
artist   with yeari  o. training
■,'   tudy behind her    Every Scotch-
; reisent loved Marjorie Keith anil1
, even     tl ose without  a drop ol Scol
] ind'a blood willingly   accorded    he
■ ■     applause she r~n hui'.'iv merit ed.
And Norman Stevens was   born    for
;.ts.    He rives promise of
; more   than s iHtalning  thi  reputation
I of those o' bis relatives who are universal     favorites ir  the realm of the
nt age.
During thr. evening a collection wa
taken m aid ol tbe   VancouvCT    Re
d  Soldiers'   flub     nn.l     almost
• fty nine dollars realized      The    I po
reeds      of    1'ie evening were  over on
hundred  and  sixty seven  dollars.
Dated this 21st  day of July, 1916.
ROBERT GORDON,
Official Administrator.
Fire Insurance [
Accident Insurance [
Life Insurance [!Ii
Notary Public
Reliable
com;
in i
1
ilM.-h  -
ntei •   '   :
■
]
Revelstoke
Real Esiau-
IUME & CO., LTD.
Revelstoke Departmental Stores
/ We aim to glre maxim'im
[   w.ir \l umimjm pneo
DRY   GOODS   DEPARTMENT
Bi iMEWHERE l\ PRANCE,
BomeSWhl ri   In  I'M ance   ,,   wood   of  oak
en  iTPonness
31 eltered   - soil thai knew no tears
but rnln;
A  place  apart from    man and all bis
meanness,
a Bplcndld lot .ef Fancy skirts
la Tweed, l'alm Beach t'loth,
Berges and Rough Tweeds, all
sizes, at S7.75.
New lot 'ef Fancy Voile and crepe
BLOUSES, v nice range of sizes,
S3.90.
Soni.    real   dainty     color,al   PARA-
SM..-M in new Stripes, S4.75.
White Cotton Corduroy BKIRTS
in tine md wide cords, very heavy   pur,-  3EJ0W   white.      1    -'
we have had this season,
plete with belt i.e.- $2.90.
Special lot ■■! WHITE SKIRTS,
in I'K, Poplin, Cords, "tr.. dlfl-
en at styli es, $1 90
ty   « VSH   SKIRTS, in wide
stripes ol tan     .ind     .vhite,   blue
ind white, grty and white, good
clear     patterns    md colors,  all
it  S3.90.
Honeyi      b Clot     SKIRTS   white
waal style, cloth ia
:■ :       t itched
..•.th silk, $3.90.
MEN'S FURNISHING AND SHOE DEPARTMENT
BOYS' HOLIDAY WEAR,
Tbe tirst day of the Summer
holidays has arrived—are you
prepared with eool and durable
clothing for that boy of yours',
We are ready to supply your
wants.
HOYS'  COTTON JERSEYS.
They come  in  blue with     whito
trimmings, and white with red or
blue trimmings.     Sizes 22  to 32.
Short  sleeves. Prlco 35c each.
BOYS   KNICKBRS.
liive Khaki Duck bloomers. All
sizes from 23 to 33. They wash.
Trice S1.00  pair.
White and lllack Check Cotton-
ade Bloomers for the little chaps.
These also wash well. Price 95c
pair.
Ught Weight Corduroy, colors
brown and blue, sizes 22 to 27.
Wash  roods. Price SI.50 pair.
BOYS' BLOUSES.
The   la w.u. „•_ R,     line.
Invisi'b- draw string.    Prices 75c
and $1.00.
Thc Sports BloiiBe. with low
neck and short sleeves, at $1.25
each,
BOYS' LIGHT   WEIGHT UNDERWEAR.
Two-piece Balbriprnn, with
shor* lei-s and sleeves. Price 35c
garment.
Combinations with full length
sleeves and arms,  75c suit.
GROCERY  AND'CROCKERY  DEPARTMENT
CANADIAN MADID MARMALADE  PANCAKE AND SYRUP SEASON
Try a Jar of Express at 25c. or
a tin of King Beach at 75c.
Head nnd hent Lettuce, Cauliflower, Celery, Radishes, green
Onions and Parsley.
TRY OUR LAROE PRUNES,
WHITE FIOR AND APRICOT8-
THEY ARE DELICIOUS.
Self Rising Buckwheat Flour ln
packages.
Rogers Pure Sugar Syrup, 2, I,
10 and 20 pound tins.
Pride of Canada Pure Maple
Syrup, quarts and half gallon
'   tins.
Crown Brand Corn Syrup, 2 and
5 pound tins.
Lylo'fl English Syrup, 2 pound
tins.
Maple Flavored Syrup In quarts
I and  1 gallon tins.
Premium Ham, Dominion H m,
Premium HreaWast Bacon, Dominion Breakfast Bacon, Poa Meal
Back Bacon, Back Bacon and
Cooked Ham. 'fare foub
ll   *1
THE   MAIL-HERALU,    REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, JULY 29, 1916.
Mrs.  Crump an.l family are
3n.  the holidays at the coast.
A. Clarke of Nelson     registered
thc   Hotel  Revelstoke  on  Tuesday
spend-     F.  C,   Harvey of Spokane registered
j at  the Hotel    Revelstoke  on Wednesday. ' I
at
N'eile  Murpay of Kamloops reglster-
^^^^^^   ^^^^^ ed at the Hotel    Revelstoke on Tues-
Mr, ■;. Patrick of Strathmore la the day.
gue3t of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. McVity.
R. F. Schrleder of \ ancouver was a
Scott of New York registered g'uest at the Kinp Edward     hotel on
Hotel   Revelstoke on Wednes- Friday.
Mrs,  .1. N. Taylor of Golden    regis-
Carley ol Sandon    registered tered at  the   Hotel     Revelstoke     ou
King Edward hotel ou   Thurs- Wednesday.
CM  J.   Ke'.leen    of     Belleville, Ont.,
Fathei   McAstocker    of     Spo-' registered   at the Kiug Edward hotel
•  e    Rev,  Father Mc-.°D Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs.  J,   V.  Giffln    of     Cal-
j,  |.-. •.-:■:...:, .,'   \   acouver     regis- Eary    registered   at the Hotel Revel-
ti t the King Edward hotel     on stoke on  Wednesday.
1 Guy  Witter    aud    D. G.  Witter     Ot
Bert  I'M  Schoemakei ol Portland re- San Francisco   registered at tbe Holt   •:..      Hotel  Revelstoke oc tel Hevclstoke on Thursday.
A. K.
at the
day.
Tl i
at the
daj
Me".
V. an,-    -
Xenzli
Wednesday,
Buckman of New  York was
The garden party     on     Mr.    Lind-
mark's lawn on Monday  afternoon is
Mr.
__________________________-———__—-—_-____.
st at the     Hotel  Revelstoke on tar ll>e public.     Come and meet
esday, and Mrs. Bengough.
Mr. and Mrs. P. E, Bailey of Moose A '"ining boom seems to have
Jaw were guests at the King Edward strucb th« whule °* the Columbia dis- \
botel on Friday. trict     thls year according to reports
from  parties in touch  with the devel-
Mrs,  l-M  im    Gaettet     of     Colvllle, oprnents.
Wash., was     guest al the Hotel Rev-
Mr,  ,1.  Vi.  Bengough will give     one
^^^^^^^^^ ' of his famous chalk-talks and cartoon
Mr   and Mrs. ....  I..   Kellogg  ot Mil-  lectures     on     Monday evening in the
•Wauk^e were guests at the Hotel Rev-  Scandinavian Hall, This will probably
Blsl    ■   oi   M 'nday.
elstoke on Wednesday.
Ri      Father Mclntyre of     Rossland
! several  .lavs In  Kevelstoke, the
guest of  Rev,   J. ('.  McKenzie.
he the last opportunity the west will
have of hearing this Canadian genius.
The farmer,  an Irishman, found his
aired hard fast   asleep in the sun on
s soft  bed of newly cut hay.    With a
stern     smile the farmer said: "Slape
on an'  he darned, ye  tarrier.     While
ye slape ye've got a job, but when ye
Mr   anl Mrs.    ('.    Howard     Colket  wake up ye'll he out of wurruk,"
and maid, and T. C. Colket of Philadelphia were guests at the Hotel Rev-
elstoke on Wednesday.
J, W Martin. Inspector of Dominion I.and Agencies, is making an in-
BJ ■■ tlon i I the local branch.
The hearing of the application     for
deportation    of    J. T. Scott was   re-
^^^^^^^^^^^ sumed before the United States in-mi-
Among the returned Boldiers who nation authorities at Seattle on
■arrived n Victoria on Tuesday for Monday. and was continued at
treatment in the convalescent home Scott's request. It will be two or
was Pte. M. J. Cook, who became ill three weeks before the case is settled,
while in England. He was with tbe as the record must be sent to the
SOth Reserve Battalion for Bome time secretary of labor at Washington
at Shornclifle. His mother resides at who makes the tinal decision.
Revelatoke.-Victoria Timi J   Tne operatorB ,* the   local     raovie
.1. P. Forde, Dominion engineer, machine* have received notice from
with headquarters ftt Nelson, paid the censor of moving pictures, that
Golden a visit on Wednesday and it will be necessary for them to sub-
Thursday, and while here made an mit to an exan [nation as to compet-
cxaminatton of the region affected My ">cj Bome tune during the month of
the recent floods, and also the river October or November of this year,
banks, with a view, it is presumed. The examiner ol the censor will trav-
to make recommendations to the Do- el over the province holding the ex-
mlnlon government as to what should animations wherever operators are
te done to prevent a recurrence ot the  located.
overflow.—Golden Star.
New r.\    inc  rj'orations     are
a marriage of unusual  interest   •     ' ",1    h> ,h;" week's Pr.
her     mnny  friends In Kamloops was   ; - »■   The Bi
celebrated at Los   u on     Wed- ,:
.    *,    ,•,... tal si ead off-
den      eldest     daughter of Mr.  W
R
marri. -     •      Mr   P    \   Richardson tal $500.0
eo-. of Dr. A. Jl
York City.  It Is the intent
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Rosb arc on a
visit to Vancouver.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hansen are
upending a  month at  the caast.
Dr. E. H. S. McLean made a business visit to Taft on Wednesday.
J. H. Hoyle of Queens Bay registered at tbe Hotel Revelstoke on Mon
day.
Bert Carter of Vancouver was a
guest at the Kiug Edward hotel on
Thursday.
Vi. P. Kilbourne of Winnipeg registered at the King Edward hotel on
Friday.
Mr. an.l Mrs. Sharpe of Toronto
were guests at the Hotel Revelstoke
on Wednesday.
Dr. E. H. S. McLean went to Nakusp this morning. Mrs. McLean ac-,
, ompanied him.
i
Miss    Ella C,   Woods of  Camden,   NM
• I.,  was a guest at the   Hotel Revel-,
stoke on Monday.
Mrs. C. M. Rhodes of Maner, Pa.,
'vas among the guests at the Hotel
Revelstoke on Monday.
Mrs. J. Vi. Bengough arrived from
Nelson on Thursday's train and is
the guest of Mrs. C. B. Hume.
M. S. Middleton of Nelson, Provincial Horticulturist, registered at the
Hotel Revelstoke on Monday.
T. J. Wadman, agent of Dominion
lands returned yesterday from a trip
to Donald on Departmental  business. |
l
Hereafter  the  Arrowhead  branch of.
the Imperial Bank of Canada will be,
open on Tuesdays instead of Thursdays.
High water this year haB done
about $15,000'.00 worth of damage to
public works in the Columbia dis-j
trict.
Mr.  and Mrs. Anderson and daugh-|
ter of Winnipeg, left on Thursday on:
an extended visit   to     coast    cities, ;
They     were accompanied by Mr. and
Mrs. W.  A. Anstie. I
M
Mrs. E. H. S. McLean, Mrs. Maxon
and Mrs. W. Bews and family     leave
on Monday on at extended   visit   to
the East.     Mrs   Maxon will visit her
bome in Bradford, Penn.
The Revelstoke crean.ery is now in
full swing and is manufacturing butter every day. To uphold an industry
yet in Its Infancy every housewife
should ask for Revelstoke creamery
butter.
The prize waltz     contest     at     the
'.liners'   Union rrand  ball last     even-
.  ., great     social     success,
fully fifty couple entering tbe contest,
was       - .nounced   one of the
•  which haB been held
in the city in recent years. The prize
awarded     to     MrB.  John
an I'M  a    3. ott,     who were
.   ; when the decision ol
-.  unced.—Rossland
Prince Albert is
such friendly tobacco
that it just makes a man sorry he didn't get wind of this
pipe and cigarette smoke long, long ago. He counts it lost
time, quick as the goodness of Prince Albert gets firm set
in his life 1 And P. A. can't bite or parch I That's cut out
by the patented process by which it is made I Prince Albert
has always been sold without coupons or premiums. We
prefer to give quality I
Get on the right-smoke-track soon as you know howl
Ask your dealer for Prince Albert. If he cannot supply you,
ask him to secure it through his wholesaler. Quick as you
can, understand yourself how much you'll like
Nnce Albert
the international joy smoke
It stands to reason, doesn't it, that if men all over
the world prefer P. A. that it must have all the
qualities to satisfy your fondest desires?
<--,, Men, get us right on Prince Albert!    We tell
you this tobacco will prove better than
you can figure out, it's so chummy and
fragrant and inviting all the
time. Just realize that you
can smoke all you want
without a comeback!
Princ. Albert it .old
throughout Canada, gen-
erally, in th. '-s-ffi. tidy red
tin, also in pound and
half-pound humidor*.
f R. J. REYNOLDS
TOBACCO COMPANY
Wu-itoa-Salem, N. C,
U.S. A.
and  Mr--    Rich ,-
home in 1
tbeir
IN FUTURE S'O ITEMS WILL   BB
ACCEPTED LATER   THAN THURSDAY SIGHT FOR PUBLICATli
SATURDAY'S PAPER.
r and of J
-
WANT   ADVTS.
rnished tjedroorr.   Mrs.
First Street.
Amon? the 1
vr. and
■    '
*Ir.  and  Mrs    E h    L.
'
E.  K    " ■■'■/.<■     ol
-.' i|
TODAY and Matinee. 2.30.—Prlcee   .•, i.;    Mil therlni
and
Pa**   Bi . feature. Tl
EMPRESS   THEATRE
PROGRAM
ount,      .. ..-l.
I •! . . „    .:.
muli at Unlvi
Dertul  picture :■   .
show  with loti
MONDAY—I lane prei      I
Margii<Tit>- Clark In ,i ;
(line drama Out ol the Iinft*. My
Willie*.: il. Clifford, ' parti
the Drift* ll » big story of the
gr»at Alpi and o( the everlasting
snows. Hviyone come and tee thl
sweetest little girl in movit*; pictures.
ITE.SIiW June N'oviik in Graft and
full  rnl.ersal program.
WEDNESDAY and Mntirec, 2.30—
Donble Trouble, with Doni?laa Kalr-
bfcki and Margery Wilson, 5 parte.
Vhe Janitor's Wife, with Kred Mnce
ette   Keyitone player*, 3 parte.  The
' prlcee wlll tie : Matinee, 10 and 15
cents   Evening, W and 25 cent*.
THURHDAY-Ben Blair, leaturlng
Due-tin Farnum, S pari*. i
MONDAY, Aug. 7th-Tbe Mumra I
and the Hnrrimlnc Bird.
COMING—Britain Prepared. Ol^ar
elay'* A ant, road attraction; Re»p-
Mmber Morn, road attraction;
i*ont Aog. 15 there will be * aer-
|M of British Colombia moving picture* shown
'   ■'    -
'   Mri    \    H    Hammond of
rd   <~onB
-Thorobred    Bull   Terrier
•ip      Apply
Ma I Herald.
-  rt   new)
■■:••■■ roper,
'   ta li     for
D     'tr't •'
ink Pepler    Mel
el     don'
shawl -it rap    Will  e.Tidr-T
fy Kln_- Edward hot*!
Rev. J. W. Stevenson bas resigned
the pastorate of the Presbyterian
church.
Mr. and Mrs. R.  Howson and lam- (
ily returned (from Trail on Wednesday
Mr. Howson has disposed of bis business at that point.
Mr. J. WM liengough, Canada's fore-,
.most cartoonist and lecturer, will
speak in the Methodist church on
Sunday evening, aud on Monday evening will address a public meeting
in one df the theatres. His remarkable powers as a cartoonist, whicb he
utilizes to the utmost in the chalk
and charcoal sketches he makes before the audience, always assure him
an enthusiastic reception. As entertainer as well as a convincing speaker he ranks high.
On   Saturday    morning last Mr. H.
P.   Christie,    government     agent   at
Ashcroft, received word from.' the War
uilice     to     the     effect that his son,
Lieut. H. R. M. Christie of the Scot-,
tisb  Rifles had  beem killed  in action.,
ihe deceased soldier was the head of
the firm    ol Christie, Dawson & Hey-!
of Kamloops,  and     his     many,
friends     here will receive the news of
his     death    as somewhat of n shock.
•vas so thoroughly vital that
11   is ditliciilt for those who knew him
intimately    to realize that he
has made the  list, great sacrifice, al-,
•h<,ii(.'h   it  is very  easy  to realize that
langer threatened lie would be.
In  the thick .,f it.     Thn sympathy of,
PROCLAMATION
Revelstoke Electoral District
TO WIT:
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to the Electors of Revelstoke Electoral District, that in obedience to H1b Majesty's Writ to mc directed, ami
bearing date the Filth day of July, in the year of our Lord one thousand
nine hundred and sixteen, I require the presence of the said Electors at
Government Office, Revelstoke, on the Third day of August, 1916, at 12
o'clock noon, for the purpose of electing one person to represent them ln
the Legislature of this Province.
THE MODE OF NOMINATION OF CANDIDATES
SHALL BE AS FOLLOWS:-
The Candidates shull be nominated in writing; the writing Bhall be
subscribed by two registered voters ol the district as proposer and seconder, and by three other registered voters of the Baid district aB assenting to the nomination, and shall be delivered to the Returning Officer at
nny time between the date of the Proclamation nnd one p.m. of the day of
Nomination. In the event of a poll being necessary such poll will be open
on the Fourteenth day of September, 1916, at:
GARDEN PARTY
on
Mr. Lindmarks Lawn
MONDAY AFTERNOON
JULY   31
Everybody Invited To
meet Mr. and Mrs. Bengough
Sale of Home-Cooking,
Candy, Ice Cream, Flowers and Refreshments
("..•neral  ner
Mrs.   W   F    f.ammers.   ("has*
BOkN
\<  the Qneeo   •' etorlg
tal, th* m I Robertaoo
of a daigh-er
to Mr.  and  Mrs.  Chris-
ho    have  given  their first-born
■.riity,   with   what
bl derived from,
•Nut  hi <l(,u),i|epH met.
ith a* a   soldier   and a grotli ,
•nan  would  wish.     The    late     LlMt.
til     was      well    known and  bnd,
'riends in  Revelltoke,     Hevwal;
REVELSTOKE
WIGWAM
SI'ROAT
HALL'S  LANDING
ARROWHEAD
I IK A TON
CAMBORNB
ADAM'S  RANCH
GALENA DAV,
HALCYON
GREELEY
COLDSTREAM
ILLECILLEWAET
ALBERT CANYON
PINGSTON CREEK
GLACIER
BIG EDDY
CLAN WILLIAM
THREE VALLEY
TAFT
CRAIGELLACHIE
MALAKWA
HOWIE
SOLSQUA
SEVEN MILE CAMP (South)
TBN MILE CAMP (Big Bend)
BOYD'S RANCH
MT. REVELSTOKE CAMP
Money   Orders
GALT
(        *U I
'.NIGHT/
£OAl<
>
Dominion Express Money Ordari
STEAMSHIP   TICKET   AGENT
INSURANCE
NOTARY PUBLIC
VV. H. HOROBIN
Nkxt   TO    I'oht    Okkk k
yearn at'O  bi fed  a  iT''at  nuin-
Mer  of timber  limit*  In  the  Big   H'-i.d
rjalt Coal for nal".  Sibbald  A  Son.
r.ET THE HVRIT I'lare your lire
ind ac-ldent InHiiranrf with f'ha*. M.
Fluid, who rrprtmtrnU only old and
reliable eompanlea.
There-*  comfort   In   cooking
' '.eirnler'R   Coal.
with
BANKHEAD BRIQUETTES BUR."
BKHT
of which every pcreon ii hereby required to take notice and    govern   himself accordingly. :'T * B^' [ *. '    ' ( |   ,|
CIVEN under my hand at Roveletoke, this 25th day ol July, one thou-
Hand nine hundred and sixteen.
JAMES McINTYRE
RETURNING OFFICER.
Miss Boyd
Will   Reopen   Her Classes
on
1st. August
when ahe wishes all pupil* to relume their leRRoni owing to the
corning recital.
BOYS, YOUTHS, AND
LITTLE GENT SHOES
See our window display of the above
Bhoes in tans and blacks, button or
lace
ROYS', Sin 1 t« I    $2.25 to $4.00
YOUTHS', Bin 11 t» 1I|  ~.m-     2.00 ta   3.50
LITTLE GENTS', Mm • to 10»      2.00 to    2.U
cTVlcRAE SHOE STORE, Howson Block
Butt CriMI, eto.mor Trunk* rhont 117 1»„_«|,, Ttnnli IhoM

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