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Array RHVBLBTOKH
Ohlel lumbering, railway, Wining, agricultural and navlga-
tloa centre between Oalgnni
and the Paclte ocean.
The Mail-Herald
THE MAIL-HERALD
Published weekly—Read
by   everyone's—The    recognise*
advertising    medium  tor  the
city and district.
Vol. 23-No. 30
A
REVELSTOKE,  B.C.  SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1910
$2.50 Per Year
MAYOR McKINNON l "4INS
REftSDN FOR , ' SALE
Chairman of Finance Committee Asks for Explanation
as to Why the Holding of a tax Sale is Necessary-
Many Complaints About Stray Animals on Streets
EACH CASE OF SETTLEMENT
TO INJURED WORKMEN WILL
BE DETERMINED ON ITS MERITS
New Paper by James H. McVety President of B.C. Confederation of|Labor—Fair Methods of Computing
Payments Provided for by Compensation Act—No
Difficulty Will be Found in arriving at the Proper
Amount
The regular meeting ol the City right to let the schools close and de-
Courcil wns held in the council cham-' prive a man who pays his taxes Irom
her on Wednesday night. All the aid- sending his children to school be-
ermen being present with the excep- cause other ratepayers will not Pay
tion of S G- Robbins, who is out of their taxes? Should the innocent suf-
town | fer for the guilty?    I do not want a
Aid. Smythe asked the    council for tax sale but we must     protect    and ^ ^^ by wbich com.
information in regard to the   resolu- show consideration to people who.pay ^ ^    ^   ^^    and     t0 ^
male, saying    that thc reason he was ent with the city but the   tir"
By JameB H, McVety.
(President   British   Columbia Federa '
tion ot Labor).
Witb a knowledge of the   industries
MEMBER FOR KOOTENAY
PASSES THROUGH REVELSTOKE
Visited Many Military Camps and Hospitals in England
—Kootenay Boys All Well and Cheerful—Nothing to
Cood for Canadians
and trivial in   amount, cannot he included iu the computation.
"The wages earned at tho date of
the accident cannot be Lhe sole test.
Such a teat would operate most unfairly,    sometimes for and sometimes
more
Hon. R. F. Green, M.P.. passed
through Revelstoke on Tuesday en
route to Victoria and was met at the
station by many of bis friends.
Speaking of the military camps,
Mr. Green said that they were ve
, ml rtable and that the men were
well cared for and especially mentioned the hospitals, which, he states
Speaking to a representative of the are the equal ol, if not better than,
Mail-Herald, Mr. Green stated that the one, we have in Canada.
he wa Pleased to get back to British "The part taken by C --da in Ins
r«W,laTl have Just returned from war Is very much appreciated, he
KnSmd •'' said Mr.    Green, '"where I stated,  -Canada is on the     lip.     of
come    when    we    cannot finance on cent
thoueht   that comes to the minds of
promises.     To keep   the city running   ^.^       „How are the av-
had we must get in the taxes.   Before de- many computed?"
a re- elding on the tax   sale we went over  'rage earning*
not present was that he was    out of
town on that day.
His Worship stated that he
been waiting for some time for A DIFFTcULT QUESTION,
port on the financing of the city frono the list and there are many who are ^ ^ m_ ^ aQd fast
the finance committee and that as lt in a position to pay their taxes The ^.^ administering Doards
bad not been presented to the council law allows us to hold a tax sale for ^ compute .-average earnings-
he felt that body was unable to wait 1015 taxes as well as 1913 and .914, regulted .q diEgatisfaction
any longer.                                                but this we are not doing as we wish ^         ^^   Sometinies the Work-
Aid. Smythe then stated    that    he to be as lenient,   as possible with the ^_ ^.^ ^   ^   he     sbould
had heen working on     a report    and citizens. other time9) throUtgn a temporary,
that he had interviewed a number of     Aid. Smythe agreed that there was he       de o{ employment,
a great deal in the    Mayor's     state- ^^^ in?th9     lnduBtry,     the
I mcBt8,       ,t           ,   . ., ..        m _._ workman is paid for long terms     on
Aid. Needham asked if the property earni        at the Ume
■ of soldiers     oni His Majesty's service lul-
mt      „.nnti,     and while there everybody in the old country.    Noth-
of the "average earnings,"     the
seasons    of   the year than in camps and hospitals.    1 saw a great Canadians.  My opinion is   that   this
seasons."— Cozens-Hardy, mas- mnny     of    the British Columbia and feelim-     will    be very beneficial when
Kootenay boys, and    they all appear the war is over and the relations b<e-
to be enjoying the    life but are anxl- tween the Overseas     Dominions     and
that ous for the   conclusion of the war so the mother country will be much mora
some
other
ter ol the rolls,
WIDER SCOPE IN B.C.
lt will be observed, however
the     lnreer taxpayers,  who promised
to pny their taxes.
His Worship   thee    addressed     the
aldermen as follows;    "Can     you    fl-1
the section in the    British Columbia that they can get back     to    British satisfactory than in the past,
act    requires the board to take into Columbia." I    Mr. Green had the pleasure of visit-
consideration rot only the "average Mr. Green stated that the general ing the Kootenay Battalion at Bram-
earnings" but the "earning capacity" feeling in tho old country is that bhott on two occasions and lound tho
so that the amount actually earned there is only one outcome of the war, toys in the best ol health and spirits,
by the workman is not the sole guido which is a conclusive victory for the On his second visit he had the oppor-
Allies, hut that there is a great di- tunity of addressing them and also
versity of opinion as to how -long it saw them working and training in
will take. the trenches.
nance a city on those promises? I my- would be sold and he was     informed
pelf went to a number of people about that it would not.
three months ago and they all prom-     A letter was read from    H. J. Me-
ised to pay their taxes by     monthly Sorley asking the city to     take    up
instalments,     and the city spent con- the    matter   of the McKenzie avenue
siderable money in advising the tax- milway crossing with the Canadian cascs where workmen are -working
payers of the situation, hut only one pacific Railway, The matter will he temporarily for lower wages than
or two have    made   payments.     The looked Into. us»al being much more frequent than
reason the question of the sale    was     Aid. Needham asked that the grass those who are receiving    above     the
brought up was that the time allow- be cut around the hydrants. The mat- regular     scale,   rules that take away
ed by law had just about expired and ter ol cutting     the weeds in the city awav the discretionary   power     from
if it is left until later it will not be limits     wns discussed but no definite thp boards are usually     against
possible to hold a sale. We promised plan wns suggested. workmen.
the ratepayers that if they carried A great many complaints hnd been EACH CASE ON
out their promises to pay their taxes received with reference to stray nni-
in instalments, it would not be nee- mals being on the streets since the
rfwary to hold a sate hut there Is no poundkeeper had given up his job. It
use "beating about the bush," the was decided to secure a new pound-
money must be raised.     Would It be keeper at once.
as in England, ir. fixing the amount!
upon which the compensation allowance of 55 per cent is based. For instance, assume a bricklayer, or any
other     worker    in    a seasonal occu-
disa-
bled on the first day of the working
season. Assume further that he has
worked but little or not at all for
some months previous, or that he
has worked continuously during the
of! season as a laborer. In this case
his "average earnings" would be
much less than his "earning capacity," because the wages of the brick-
.. layer are double that of an ordinary
laborer.     If the man should be disa-
of the accident,   the   boards,     where
such rules   are in effect, heing unable uat;on. should be temporarily
to take into consideration    the     abnormal conditions     prevailing at the
time the workman is     injured.     The
NO NICKEL GOESIAMAZED AT
TO ENEMY  GRANDEUR OF
Government  Measures Taken
to Control Nickel Refined
Have Approval of British
Government
THE SCENERY
Geo. Bury and parly Visit Revelstoke—Will Take Care of
Natural Resources
ITS MERITS        bled durinS    the    whole     bricklaying OTTAWA.—The statement from Wash-
Feeling that the best    interests' of season' *heu bis 2arninS caDacity has ington that the United States
all concerned   would be served by al- been destroyed by the   accident     and
, , ,     ,. .. . _    ..„ the writer   would hold that his com-
lowing each case to bc decided on Us should agreement between the Canadian Gov- Pacific     railway
own     merits,     and   vet appreciating r 	
that a great deal of    power
ernment     is
Gov-j    George
not concerned with the charge of
Bury,     Vice-President     In
all lines ol    the     Canadian
accompanied     by
would wages paid t0 bricklayers during the ernment and the International Nickel QjMt Hall,  Vice-President in    charge
season in which he was disabled.
WALTER BEWS
IS PRESIDENT
R.R.Y.M.C.A. Officers  Elected
for Ensuing Year —
The Boy Problem
INSTRUCTIONS
FROM TORONTO
Will Discontinue Making Red
Cross Supplies Until
Further Notice
sible, both the investigating com
mittee and the government decided
that the only way this could be accomplished was to give the board
wide powers in arriving at an equitable calculation of the "average
earnings" of injured workmen. This
is done in section 22, which reads as
follows:
"(11 The    average     earnings     and
earning capacity of a workman shall
__\	
of Western lines, Arthur D. Little, ol
the     firm    of Arthur D. Little, Ltd.,
located at  Montreal, passed    through
their     return
have to be given the     administering """^ IU "u'tu ue was Ql8aDlea- The Trust, forbidding the export to   Ger-
board to make this arrangement pos- same PrinciPle ■"ould apply in all oc- many of other enemy nati0Q6 of nic.
cupations   where the workman is diB- , -.,-..
,. d kel refined   from Canadian ore is not the city last week on
PERMANENT DISABILITY objected to by the Dominion Govern- from the Coast.
Keeping the case of the bricklayer ment. They say that the attitude of The party, or. their outward trip,
in mind, assume now that the injury the United States State Department wcnt °ver the Kettle XMe? rail*8?-
he received was such as   to    totally i„ „„u« „«,.,.,.♦   n„>   rr-u.A     a*-*-. The>' stopped off at Revelstoke for an
At the regular
the     Board     of
monthly meeting ot
the     Dirertore    of
The Red Cross   society     held
weekly meeting in   the   Y.M.C.A,
  totally iB quite correct, the    United     States . ^^_ .. .   ..
disable him for   life.     His compensa- „ . ' „,.     _„„„„. hour    and     were dnven throuch tha
.    ... being no party to     the     agreement, (-..lunbia  Fiver Canvon bv     Messrs
tion   payments, in this province, aro ".oiui.iuia  raw ^aijun  n>      .»iehHi».
to continue   during   his    life.     How 0fflcials are *Uite confident, however,  A.B. McCleneghan,    W. A. Anstie. W.
EaCH—THREE that no   nickel refined from Canadian Bews,    L.     Howson and W. M. Law-
should  they  be computed? Considera- ore   will find its way to Germany on renc°' representing     the     Eoard     of
Trade. The weather on arrival of tho
party     was    not promising,  but Mr.
R R.V M.C.A..     held     Tuesday Wednesday,     under   the presidency of
evening     last, the following members Mrs. Kilpatrick.     The usual business
were   present:   Walter   Bews,     Robt. was     proceeded with after the adop-
Gordon,    NM R. Brown, W. L. Craw- tion of the minutes,
ford      W, T.  Johreon, Bert Nell, W.'    The following is a list   of work re-
M. Lawrence, Ralph Chisholm, W. H. ce[ve(l -or the current week:
Pratt. T. O'Neil,    Fred Bews and the
Secretary, A. Thomson. '
Reports of the various   committees «°<*B
be determined     with reference to the tlon must now be glven to bis "aver- the submarine now at Baltimore
average  earnings and  earning  capaci- age earni^" *° well    as    "earning
ty at the     time of the accident, and caPacity" because his payments     are
may     be    calculated upon the daily,
weekly,  or monthly wages or     other
regular remuneration which the work-
bc-
West   Demars    Auxiliary,     8   pairs
were then read: Membership, Social
*nd Educational, Financial arid Gen-
»ral Secretary. Receipts for the
month of June, J473 60, expenditures
$436.5fi, balance for the month $;19.D5.
Membership to date, 206. '
The taxes for 1916. amounting to
W6&.11, have yet to be paid, and it
wns suggested by thc hoard that ni
letter be sent to all members ln arrears nnd those wbo have assisted ln
the past, to acpinlrit them with the
doings of the Association, and, lf
possible, raise sufTlclent to pay the
taxes to save borrowing from the
Bank
Mrs. J. L. Smith 3 pairs socks.
Mrs. A. Howard. Mrs. E. Cook
(Big Bend), Mrs J. B. McKenzie, 2
pairs socks each.
Donated, made on the train, 1 pair
socks.
Mrs. Towse, a Friend, Mrs. Basker-
ville, Mrs. Jollifle, Mrs. A. E. Miller,
Mrs. S. Drquhart, a Friend (Revelstoke), Mrs. Van Home, Mrs. Russell, Mrs. NM R. Brown, Mrs. Rabla-
eheau. Miss A. Blackberg, Miss F
Jollifle, 1 pair socks each.
To the Auxiliary, West Berr ars, the
thanks of the Society are     due    for
to continue the year round. The portion of the year he iB engaged as a
bricklayer, as well as that employed
as a laborer, and the time he is idle,
have all to be taken into account and
his compensation will be less, per
month, than he would have received
when Buficring from temporary disablement.
DIFFICULT IN  SOME INDUSTRIES
In industries where     the     work   is
fairly     regular, little or no difficulty
will be found   in     arriving    at    the
n-i, ..ii.    ™ _i ...      nt- tu. proper amount on which the compen-
Wherc the workman  wns at tho      .
| man was receiving at the time of the
1 accident, or upoci the average yearly
earnings of the workman for one or
more years prior to the accident as
may appear to the board best to represent the actual loss ot earnings
suffered by the workman by reason of
the injury, but not so as Iri any case
t.. exceed the rate of two thousand
dollars per year.
(2)
date
of    thc accident under twenty-
sation     is to bc based, but where the
one years of age, and
ed to the satisfaction
„„-. . their splendid contribution.
J. L. Hay. assistant secretary, ana     ^ ^^ hflg   ^_    receWen    from
A. M. Harding, physlcnl director, ,ipnaqUartera> Toronto H(lTi,rfni: that
have hoth resigned their P°«ltl0°8 m makine an(, ghipnlent of surgical
and are now engaged in the associa- ^^ Compre(19eB, wipes, and roller
tlon work amongst thc soldiers m bnnd „ be suspended urtil lurther
Vernon   The association stall Is   now
.  uii„^   work is Intermittent and the workmen
it is establish- T
ol the     board are   emPloye(1 by many employers, as
..   .        . , .... . ,„ in the case ot longshoremen, logging,
that under   normal     conditions    his      ,
,. .   , ,    • +u. building trades and construction work
wages     would   probably increase, the
,    .        ._,„   . . .      . ,    -_i_j__ generally,  the  board  will olten    havo
tact     shall   be considered in arriving
_, „ ._ . __ . ,_i__ difficulty     in arriving at a basis that
at    his     average earnings or earning      ,,,.,. , ,
..    ,, will be fair to hoth the employer and
MEVNINC. OF "'EARNINGS " workmen. To g've this latitude to tho
As'the English act used' thc ' term board' thc scctioCl waR ,lrawn a9 lt i3
"earnings"  ard    "average  earnings." »nd     *>lile    there   »"   «» «P«*atlon
we    cannot     do better thnn consider that nltleteneee ot opinion   will     not
.l    j n_in _     iv. l v.       i  .„ r,ir.„~A result,     as     has been pointed out, a
the definitions   that bave been placed ' •
upon these terms by the courts. *reat deaI wl» dePend on the abiHty
"The earnings dl a workmsn     may of the board   t0 be aPP°latcd to set-
be said to he whatever    he    receives tl0 Rl,cb V«*'"«" without being ham-
cause 3hould the United States nickel
corporation allow Buch a thing to
happen it would no doubt mean that
their supplies of raw material from
Canada would be immediately cut off.
In a statement issued today by the
Government it is pointed out that the
allegation that Canadian nickel will
be carried to Germany on the submarine is based upon the assumption
that no nickel is refined in the United States except thnt which is derived from Canada.
Major Bell, thc statement goes on
to say, in a recent report, stated
that a considerable quantity of nickel ore is obtained through various
copper mines and this ore is retino-1
principally by the United States
Smelting and Refining Company. Nickel is also obtained from New Caledonia and refined in New> nrunswick,
SM.I. Tbc statement adds that the
measures taken by the Government
to control the destination of nickel
refined from Canadian ore have the
approval of thc British Government
and that thc Canadian Government
always has been prepared     to     take
Bury said that as railway men they
were used to all kinds of weather,
and he would not allow weather to
interfere with a pleasure of the nature he anticipated at Revelstoke.
After his trip up the mountain a
year ago he was prepared to expect
something good.
In conversation with the representatives of the paper on their return
the party expressed their amazement
at the grandeur of the scenery and
Mr. Bury stated he had no idea there
was such a variety of scenery around
Revelstuke. He also expressed hia
surprise at the amount .,( agricultural land there would l.e available in
the course of a few years in this territory. He felt that Revelstoke had
not yet come into its own—with the
mineral, timber and agricultural re-
s.nrces adjacent to this city it
would appear that a bright future
was in st..!-.- olr the "Capital "t Cm
.■obi's Alps"—and he thought that the
time was not fnr distant when tbe
city would have world-wide renown
for its scenic attraction's.
vi    pered by weirdly worded sections that
  ,     .   Tom    his  employer ln return for his ^    purpoptlng    to Rivfl power> ,„
.     a    m* the members notlce'     ^ ^"eutivc apkfl the, l0CaJ servdees. m ,fl have clmln.gcribed tho
somewhat    depleted and the mem        ^^ tg ^ up M. dftSB 0  work ^  .^.^ ^ onIy   act„a]     cash 7 DtDgff rB to prevcnt
nre requested   to assist tne n, ^ ^ t{mp ^^      3o(?kg) py]amflg( tut ftlg0   money'B ,vorth, such as the be|      „atlBfled
In overy way possible so as to     sa     Bh,rtfl   rtregs,|n(-    gowns,     kit     bags   vaiue of the UBe ol a uniform     or ol
Kuard the association. romfort bngs,   housewives,     hcwpital tl0ard and lodging or a cottage.   But
The election of officers for the e» ^^ gheets, towels, and pillow lt wlu not include matters, thc value
milng year resulted as follows: Ro ^^ ^ gtm ^ ^^ ieman._ Tn of whlch are not capft1,ie 0f Delng cs-
ert Howson, honorary president; Wa - ^^ ^^ ltl(ormfttlon to the press tlmated In money, such as the value
ter Bews, president; J. M. Mackay, ^ mnll particularly ask that It of tuition. Tips may be taken Into
1st vice-president; T. O'Neil, 2nd vice- ^j. ^ atat(,fl th((t th)g nntlM ls ac(,0,]nt ln estimating earnings it the
president; Robert Gordon, recording <ffl(,)nl bgjB| U(ine(1 by the Executive pmployrnent i„ 0f such a nature that
secretary; T. W. Bradshaw, treasurer.    ( ^ ..^ rrnmm c_.^.»_    „„ »>.. ~a- giving of tips is open
Glean Up
Tte City
The Vice-President wis glad to
any further precautionary measures note the ImDrovement ot the live
the British Government might sug- stuck in this district, and pointed
gest. Factories in the United States out that thiB, together with mixe.V
manufacturing guns, rifles, etc., for jarming would, in time, be the salva-
the Aillles depend almost entirely on tion of British Columbi i.
Canada for their supply of nickel and As a matter of policy, the Railway
munitions plants in Britain and in company had secured the services of
other allied countries also depend on the firm of Arthur I). Little, Ltd., as
thc Canadian product. consulting     engineers  for natural re-
b  ■ ~  sources,    with a view   to assisting In
B little work will accomplish lf     the the estB'dishn.ent    and     development
citizens     generally, of industries to take care c* thc
_^_^^_^<ij m    ■   Ol the Red Cross Society    on the ail-
Chalrmen   of   committees:     N.      ' v|rp nf their Overseas    Commissioner
Brown,  membership'.  Ralph Chisholm, ^    ^^   rhn1rnlnn   ,&„ |, now ln
social and (durational;   Frank   Panl-        .gna
dlw, religious:  ,T. B. Ward, physical;]
W. M. Lawrence, flnnnee; W. L. Oraw
His Worship   The    Mayor
is done hy ^^^^^^^^^^^
Mayor has named the half-boll- ural resources.
Ab the  party
trip and going
work
The         	
day, the   19th inst., as a special day
for cleaning np. Every    citizen    can
having find some portion of the land adjoin
nat-
light,
ford, ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Another Important feature Drought
hefore the Board was the hoy problem nf our city. In the near future
nil men lnterr«ted tn hoys and
HANNAH BLACKT/1CK.
Secretary
nre willing to give some nf their val-
tlme   for
the    habitual
and notorious, and recognized by the made an appeal to the citlzecn to do ing his residence which would be the io short.
employer;     ln other words, when the all in their power to further Improve'better    with a little weeding or gen-
rlrcumstances are such tbat tbe   em' the appearance of   the city, the Pub-* eral cleaning, and lt Ib   hoped    that
ployee   may retain such tips in addl- iiclty     Committee   of   the Board   ol everyone will
tlon to wages.     But   tips  which are Trade wlll   respectfully    urge
were on nn Inspection
over   the line in day-
they regretted their stay was
W. A. Anstie, manager of the   Forest    Mills    of B.C., 'iccompanled the
co-operate ln the work,  party     to     Field, also F. W. Peters,
npon If anyone has any idea   of     painting General  ,-iuperintendent.    British Col*
Illicit, or whleh involve or encourage each and every citizen the Importance fences or buildings within     the   next omnia division,   and     ^nperlntendenK
-*--•           "    More tourists are visit- year,     the Committee would strongly  J. M. McKay of Revelstoke.
year than in previ-,urge thnt the work be put in hand as, way    East     they
Rogers Pass tunnel.
a netflect or breach of duty   on    the of this work
On their
went through tho PAGE TWO
THE MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, JOT.Y tf, 1*1*.
y7 When using n.
WILSONS  X
FLY PADS
"    READ  DIRECTIONS
K l CAREFULLY AND
=>Cfoli<jw THEM/
--„;r^)    EXACTLY/
Far more effective than Sticky Fly
Catchers.   Clean to handle.   Sold by
^ Druggists and Grocers everywhere.
Cbc riDatUiDeralb
Published every  Saturday at
BKVKLSTOKK,  I!. C
cJMai;-Herald Publishing
Comoany, Limited
F.   E.   SIGOT,  Manager and    Editor.
The writ has not succeeded ln Its
purpose, but it ha» not seriously
leen contended that it would nave
done any good if it bad succeeded, lt
was simply a typical instance of the
destructive policy to which the Lib
eral party leaders have devoted their
efforts in British Columbia for years.
This is one of several reasons why
they do not win popular support.
British Columbians desire a constructive policy and they support a
government which gives it to them.
THE KAMLOOPS CONVENTION
'■■ .-.-
^i<7Nl&§$p£>
Is there a Farmers' Institute, Ag-
iicultura! or Fruit Grower's Association in the interior of this     province
which will neglect the opportunity of
i
being  well represented at the     forth-j
coming    convention     at     Kamloops'.''
There    is no subscription to pay, the
sessions are free to all. Trips will be
: made to see various   methods of get-1
:  ting     water     on    the land, pumping
plants operated    by hydro-electric en-,
ergy, petrol driven pumps   nnd    cur-(
■ rent     wheels   raising water from the t
i main rivels, as well as gravity     sys-j
items.  Dairying carried on     side     by'
j side  with  beef production,   and     the
His Worship Mayor H.    F.    McKln-  men who are doing the work at hand j
non has declared Wednesday,  July 19,  to explain nnd answer questions.     In;
a holiday,  and  is appealing   to     the a word,  practical    irrigation with re-
citizens   to do everything possible on suits which can alone maintain     the
that day to make Revelstoke a spot- reputation and prosperity ol this fer-
lessly clean   city.     The fact that the tile country,
appeal has been     endorsed
SATURDAY,  JULY 15, 1910.
CLEAN-UP DAY
by    the
Board of Trade and has been widely
heralded in the press should help each
one to realize what a difference a
united effort will make to the appearance of this city.
If there are weeds in the gardens,
in tbe lanes, or around thc outside
of fences, destroy them! Rubbish of
jill kinds should    be loaded in a wag-
THE PRESSES SHARE
R. T. Lowery, the sage of the
Greenwood Ledge, has unburdened
himself in a manner tbat will attract
n certain amount of sympathetic attention among newspaper publishers
when he says:
"Publicity is all a newspaper has
to sell. Since the war began every lo
gon and taken to the dump ground. _a, pappr ,n Canada hM _,iv__. (ree>
If there is decaying matter around hundrpds of doUar8 WOrtb 0f space, j
your yard, from a sanitary view boostlng aH kinds of funds and organ-!
alone it should be removed. Cleanli- izations in connection with the war.
ness in this regard would also help ,n gpite Q, thjg lrftny imthinking
very materially in getting rid ol the people entertaln tl„, ldea that edltora
house fly nuisance and danger. should     put „,, jUBt as much cash aB
Flans for painting houses, out- other citizens. If a grocer donated a
buildines, fences, etc., that may have [arge quantity of provisions to war
been formulating should bo put into funfl8| would any rea80nable man ex-
effect as early as possible. To paint pect him t0 put up casj,? Tncn, why
just hefore winter is poor judgment pegter ,,lltl,rs f ,,. ca8Di .vh(,n they are
either from the standpoint of econo- aireaay giving more to war projects
my or eye-pleasure. Far better to tllan any othw rla?s ,,r citizens. The
line up with this "city beautiful" ..,.,,,.,.,. By8te_n Is te, charge for all
movement     and    enjoy thi   beauty of thi8 ,  . make cash
well-kept  possessions  in     the     most   donatio!     I ds, just the same
beautiful season of the year, a8
Boulevards,  lawn-., and any     grass      • . , ■•, ■        ight     gradually
Bpaces    within    reach should bc trim-  lf.arn     tha'  I anada
med.      The difference  between an eye-  •, , ,var     funds
Bore and  a  place of charm is     often   .;. ■ _ the
only a few busy minutes. intire Domini
Revelstoke generally can bi  n ide to  	
look like a nicely kept  garden  i!    all
hands turn out to help. It is not nec-
essai '■    to      ii ■   ' ■   -
to do—every "little" help-
hands make light work.
A united effort on   Wednesday—and fi
when the dav is ovei no
I
doubt as    to    whet I   I    I rth
while," fr m every p. lnt of view   We
will enjoy life in fuller     m
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set i:   thi   eten   '  Mills.
[-ROM THK  SANCTUMS
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BRITISH flTifMRTAHS MTT FOR
DE5TRUCTIVE PUICY
H. C f    thi
Llbei .'        ■•. ...
to put 1
he advanced
in. nth     ■   ■-. ■      '   ■ ■
wl Ich ' •    make
(or the i I pros*
peritv     '   i     ' . . .Mola.
Th<- technical  n rlt t
and progress lnt    •         l ... Is
■typical     of the Ll . this
proi-tncf.     Ju-rt ■ im ol
legUIftlofi   which     everyone admits
-    •..■   m
will  dO   'i   great  deal   t. Ward   dew
 n
.ing tbe Industrie ol tl,.' province and
making, l^i^it, I'oliv.t.hla more prosperous ha.i been passed,"Mf.'Brewster
■came ;iit>nf'1itX'i' iWpo.ltlcal purposes
tried  te,'Sie Everything up.
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MKINGPOMR
The j; ol even a lew eregeta-
hies by twice an many people as have
'
enoi Impllfy bo   ■    I   inr eco-
pomlc problems, and give to so mnny
,)jiu{" A '     '.f   families   fresher
and. rr.oi tbjul      ■ I      '• 06
Considered li relation to t 'i» families,   thlf    Me        ''' 'X Smull    1 Tl* >• T'"«t ,
but the cumulative result throughout
the Dominion would he of gr$at
national importance. ,
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miMTOiffliiiinMiiiTimmmMTicT^iamm
PAID-UP CAPITAL, $7,000.01X1
RBSBRVI FUND. J7.000.000
Imperial Bank
OF CANADA
Piles Howland, Prelideal.
Bit.bli-hed 1R7S.
B, Hiy, G.ncr.l Msntler.
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. w
REVELSTOKE   BRANCH:    MC K ENZIE  AND  FIRST ST8.
A.   B.   MCCLENEGHAN.   Manager
I
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Ladies' Muslin and Voile Waists
Fancy Waists with colored stripes that have just arrived.
The very newest things on the market. PriceB $1.50, 2.00
and 2.50.
Wash Goods
Fancy Crepes, Striped Crepep, English Prints 36 inches
wide, in fast colors. Prices 15c and 20c.
Ladies' Lisle Hosiery
Ladles Plain' WWte and Black Hosiery, extra good values.
Prices 35c, 40c, and  50c.
Shoes for Ladies
We have all the newest styles in Footwear and we guarantee
all our shoes to give satisfaction. Prices from $4.00 to
$6.00.
Shoes for Boys
We have just tho shoe for tho boys, something that will
give them lots of wear and a shoe that has style. Price
$3.00 nnd $3.50.
Millinery
AU Millinery and Trimmed Hats at one   half   the    original
price.
Fred Young & Co,
mat's in a Name?
Well, lt just depends. When you hear ol Hobson's Brand
you naturally leel hungry. The crisp brown exterior and
the appetising white Inside are both signs of tha good
floor we uae and the cere we take to bake lt lust right.
Try lt for yourself—we do not fear the result.
Phone 41
HOBSON'S
Box 734
Union Hotel
A. P. LEVESQUE, Proprietor
FIRST STREET.   REVELSTOKE, D. C.
Delicious Vegetables, &c, fresh from own Ranch
r\ D I p M T A I      Suitably furnished with the
HOTEL
J. Albert Stone Proprietor
choicest the market affords.
Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars. Rates $1 a day.
Monthly rates.
Jack Laughtr.i -tor First Street, kevelstoke, B. C.
WINDSOR HOTEL
EUROPEAN  PLAN
GOOD  \iin\t\' IDATION REASONABLE HATES
( ah: IN Ci ION
IMPURE  DRINKING WATER IS
THE FRIEND OF DISP2ASE
Out \tkii    B lectured from ni.
'      sly ,, ire i rapa ud wattr. 1 belt nm- is has
•fids LLTH and n prerenUttre Of DI8B4
Try our aingar Aie. OrtMB    oda, Olngaf i i tm moun
tain wnt.»r In rot Hlmon    Pur* in thc gOOd  old lununtf time.
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Wholesale Dealers Direct Importers
WATER NOTICE.
(Divereion and Uae.)
TAKE NOTICE that David H.
Cook, whose address is Revelatoke
B.C., wlll apply for a license to take
and use 10 gallons per minute ot water out of stream, also known aa Bl-
sie Creek, whicb flows out of inoun-<
tain 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 line 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 19th day
of June, 1916. A copy of this notice
and an application pursuant thereto
and to the "Water Act, 1914," will
be filed In the office ol the Water Recorder at Revelstoke. Objection* to
the application may be filed with the
said Water Recorder or with the
Comptroller ot Water Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C., within thirty days after the first appearance of this notice in a local newspaper. The date of the flrst publication of this notice is July 1, 1916.
DAVID E. COOK, Applicant.
GOLD RANGE LODGB, Nc. M
KNIGHTS  OF PYTHIAS
Meets  ererjs    WedaMday «r<tnlng
at    S  o'clock,    tn  Selkirk B»U.
Visiting    brother*    eordlallg ia-
rlta*.   W. POTTBTJW, O. 0.
R. GORDON, K of R. fl.
KOOTENAY LODGB, No. IM.
A. r. and A. at.
Regular Meetings are bald In
New Ifaaonie HaU on the Jf oarth
Monday In aach month at I f.m>
Visiting brethren are cordlallR
welcome*.
'Ui C. R. SKENE, W. M.
' ROBT. GORDON, Paearataxy
If you want what you want when you
want it try Mail-Herald Want Ads
GOOD POLICY
It's good policy to think of the future
It's still better policy to provide against
the misfortunes it may have in store
for you. The surest way of protecting
voiuself and family is a
LIFE INSUKANC1. POLIOY
with a reliable company. The high
financial standing and long business
career of the Kootenay Agencies
makes it absolutely trustworthy.
Your time mav be near at hand.
Don't delay.   Take out a policy now.
KOOTENAY AGENCIES. Ltd.
A. E. Kincaip. Mnnairer.
SELKIRK LODGB No. II
i. o. o. r.
Meets every Thursday evening la
Selkirk HaU at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethern cordially Invited.
JAMES M. GOBLB, N. G.
JAMES MATHIE, Secretary.
Revelstoke Lodge
No. 1085
LOYAL  ORDER
OP MOOSE
Meets every second
and Fourth Tuesday
In   Smythe's    Hall.
Visiting Brethren are cordially invited.      ALLAN K. PYPE, Die.
H. L. HAUG, Sec.
E. G. Burridge & Son
Plumbers and Tinsmiths
We specialize in
MetallloCeilings, Corrugated Roofing, Furnace Work and up-
to-date Plumbing
Work
Work Shop -Connaught Ave.
REVELSTOKE       -      -    B.C.
REVELSTOKE NURSERIES
CUT FLOWERS ft PLANTS
Phone 066
DR   T.  HEARD
"JENTIST
OVJJR     IMPERIAL    BANK
PHONE %
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S
TAILORING, CLEANING AND PRESSING
Work Guaranteed.  All Kinds of Presses
And  Childrens  Wear  Made To Order
FRED LOW
OPPOSITE REVELSTOKE CLUB, FIRST STREET
Wh Call and Dri.iv •:■«
Suits Pressed 75c So   s Presseed and Cleaned $1.SO
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 Co.
of Canada,  Limited
Ofli. (•■., Smelting and Refining Department
TRAIL,   BRITISH COLUMBIA
SMELTERS AND REFINERS
Purchasers of Gold, Silver, Copper and Lead Ores
TRAII. BRAND PIG LEAD, BLUESTONK AND SPKLTER /
SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1916.
THE   MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
PAGB   THRU
The crowning virtue
of mellow Iruit fiavocs
is not ail thor # to
ddigbt you in
ADAMS'
Tiininann
GUM
The  package  itaetf is
now more cauvcnicnt.
Each separate stick h
wrapped by machinery
in wax-paper and tinfoil. The outer wrapper
of each package is a
valuable coupon which
you can save for Regimental or College
Shields. There an five
mellow flavors to choose from.
Yoor dealer haa Tutti Pntfti.
ORIGINATORS
«b^^auMx^tn^n^C%>
Estimate Damage
About $4,000
Pire whicli broke out about el_i
o'clock on Wednesday night Ib W.
Bews' residence did much damage.
The loss on the lurniture, etc., Is estimated at between ¥2,000 and *3,0OO
and tbe loss to the building ln the
neighbourhood ol ¥1,000.
The flre, which Btarted Irom an
electric iron, gained considerable
headway before the fire brigade was
called, Mr. Bews and lamily being in
the country at the time.
The brigade made a splendid turn
out and soon had the fire under control but In the meacitime the damage
was done.
The house and furniture were covered by Insurance.
Rebekah Lodge
fleets Officers;
At the regular meeting of Naomi
Rebekah Lodge No! 21, I.O.O.F., held
July 7. th? District Deputy President
Annie H. Knight installed tbe following officers: Past Xoble Grand, Lucy
Goble; Noble Grand, Ida B. Crowe;
Vice Grand, Marearet Gordon; Ree
Sec, Annie H. KDight; Fin. Sec,
William Beavo; Treas., Jessie Donaldson, Warden, Lenna Beavo;, Conductor. Minnie Hodson; Chaplain,
Ruth McKinnon; Inside Guard, Carrie Trimble; Outside Guard, John
McKinnon; R.S.N.G., Flora Edwardsf
L.S.N.O., Fanny Jollifle; R.S.V.G.,
Flora Grey; L.S.V.G., Annie Armstrong; Organist, May Manning.
Wedding Bells
St. Mark's Bhurch, Kitsilano, its
interior effectively massed with quantities of floral bloom, beautifully arranged by the members of the Chancel Guild, as a tribute to the bride,
held a large assemblage on July 6,
on the occasion of the marriage of
Elizabeth Harriet, only daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. P. Hooley of Vancouver
with Mr. Albert Arman of Victoria,
formerly of Swindon, England. The
marriage was solemnized by Rev.
Trumper of Latimer Hall, the ceremony taking place at 8 p.m. The
bride, who was given away by her
father, entered the church to the
strains of the Lohengrin wedding
march, and was gowned in a modiBh
suit of French blue silk crepe, with a
chic white tagel hat with harmonizing shades of blue and shell pink, and
carried     a     shower bouquet of white
mm
You can feed the fire with utmost ease owing to the
generous double feed doors—no scattering of fuel and
room to insert big chunks of wood.
HFCIaiy&i
Sunshine
furnace
If you have five or ten minutes to spare come in and Ffl
show you the other advantages of this splendid furnace.
Sold by E. G. Burridge & Son
aa
At Every Age
constipation can best
be overcome by  the
gentle but sure laxative
with the pleasant taste
jggcggfc
Sold in ISc and 25c tote, at
Rexall Drag Store, only.
W.     BEWS,
REVELSTOKK. B. C.
carnations and sweet peas. She was
attended by her cousini, Miss Mary E.
Brundrett, who wore pale blue silk
voile, trimmed with taffeta, and a
white chip picture hat, with silk laco
and pink camelias, carrying a bouquet of pink carnations. The groom
was attended by Mr. MacDougall.
The bride's mother, Mrs. Hooley,
wore a dress of black silk, trimmed
with jet, The gifts from the groom
were: To the bride, a handsome pearl
necklace, with pendant; to the bridesmaid, a cameo ring, and to the
groomsman a gold signet ring. After
the ceremony a reception was held at
the home of the bride's parents, 2048
Second Avenue West. The rooms were
very tastefully decorated with clusters of roses. Over the supper table
was a charming and unique design, a
canopy of pink ribbon and chiffon
streamers. After the repast music and
dancing were enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs.
Ajman left for Toronto and other
eastern points and upon their return
will reside In Victoria. Mrs. Armao i»
a sister of V. B. Hooley of Revelstoke.
Trail Presbyterians are asking Rev.
A. O'Donnell ot Edmonds, B.C., to
become their new pastor—at ¥1,200
a year.
Grand Forks fire brigade have ¥300
to the good after paying all expenses
in connection with their 24th of May
day sports. j
A new shingle mill, to be erected
at once a few miles south of Nelson,
will have a capacity of 3,500,000
shincles a month.
C. B. HUME & CO., LTD.
Lj^t??iJ ^velstoke Departmental Stores
We aim to K've maximum
wear At minimum prioe
DRY GOODS   DEPARTMENT
Fashion French Brand CORSET
COVERS, lovely snow white,
heavily embroidered ln designs.
Well cut and well made, all
sizes   90c.
■»*»%%^»^%«%,
New lot of EMBROIDERIES, 1}
and 2 inches wide. Good pattern. Some new Ideas in lac«
edges at per yard  10c.
* »%»eeX%^^e%*^
THE BEST BARGAIN of the
season. Ladies' lovely Under-
musllns in snowy white and
flesh pink. Gowns, Corset Covers, Drawers, Combinations,
Skirts. This ls a mixed lot
worth $2.00 and $2.50. See
samples In the windows. All on
sale Saturday, at your choice...
  $1.35.
NEW COTTON WASH CREPES,
30in. wide. Colors: pink, blue,
green, hello, white, and so»e
white with stripe. Theee we
scarce goods and exceptional
value at   25c.
New line of MIDDIES and WASH
SKIRTS. All sizes from- child's
to women's at, each  $1.00
MEN'S FURNISHING AND SHOE DEPARTMENT
BOYS' HOLIDAY WEAR.
The first day of the Summer
holidays has arrived—are you
prepared with cool and durable
clothing for that boy of yours?
We are ready to supply your
wants.
BOYS' COTTON JERSEYS.
They come in blue with     white
trimmings, and white with red or
blue trimmings.     Sizes 22 to 32.
Short sleeves. Price 35c each.
BOYS' KNICKERS.
Olive Khaki Duck Bloomers. All
sizes from 23 to 33. They wash.
Price $1.00 pair.
White and Black Check Cotton-
ade Bloomers for the little chaps.
These also wash well. Price 95c
pair.
Light Weight Corduroy, colors
brown and blue, sizes 22 to 27.
Wash goods. Price $1.50 pair.
BOYS' BLOUSES.
The famous W.G. & R. line.
Invisible draw string. Price* 75c
and $1.00.
The Sports Blouse, with low
neck and short sleeves, at $1.25
each,
BOYS' LIGHT   WEIGHT UNDERWEAR.
Two-piece Balbriggan, with
short legs and .leeves. Price 35c
garment.
Combinations with full length
sleeves and arms,  75c suit.
GROCERY AND-CROCKERY DEPARTMENT
CANADIAN MADE MARMALADE
Try a jar of Express at 25c. or
a tin of King Beach at 75c.
Head and Leaf Lettuce, Cauliflower, Celery, Radishes, green
Onions and Parsley.
TRY OUR LARGE PRUNES,
WHITE FIGS AND APRICOTS-
THEY ARE DELICIOUS.
PANCAKE AND SYRUP SEASON
Sell Rising Buckwheat Flour in
packages.
Rogers Pure Sugar Syrup, 2, i,
10 and 20 pound tins.
Pride of Canada Pure Maple
Syrup, quarts and hali gallon
tins.
Crown Brand Corn Syrup, 2 and
5 pound tins.
Lyle's English Syrup, 2 pound
tins.
Maple Flavored Syrup in quarts
i and 1 gallon tins,
• no+**tnsm**m^+
Premium Han,, Domiaion H m,
Premium Breakfast Bacon, Domic*-
Ion Breakfast Bacon, Pea Meal
Back Bacon, Back Bacon and
Cooked Ham.
9
THE  NEW PERFECTION OIL SUPPLY SYSTEM
INSURES A STEADY EVEN FLAME
This flame is the secret of the popularity of the New Perfection.
Aj quickly ind as easily regulated aa g_s, it insures perfect heat
for any cooking.
It can't creep np or down—it nays just where you pat it.    It w«a't tmok.e gx.
smell
Tbe New Perfection tares labor, time and money. __, 2, i and 4 burner uxes it
these dealers:
Lawrence
Hardware
♦   Co..
Revelstoke.
B.C.
m
1
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CHAS. M. FIELD
TOMORROWS SERVICES
Fire Insurance [
Accident Insurance [
Reliable anil old
companies
]
Oldest   and strongest"
in the world
Life Insurance ptt"!Sf!£,ta]
Notary Public      jRevelstoke      FReal Estate
DON'T FORGET
THE
Annual Lawn Social
ON
Friday, July 21,
Under cAuspices   of  Ladies  cAid
of the cTHethodist Church
CATHOLIC.
3t. Francis church, McKeniie Ave.
end Fifth street, Paator, Rev. J. O.
MacKenzie. Sunday nervices:— Low
Mass at 5 a.m. and High Mass at
10:30 a.m. every Srnday. Sunday
school for the child en at 2:30 p.m.,
Penediction and Ro ary at 7:30 p.m.,
Confessions Saturday 1 to S and 7:30
to !' p.m. and Su.day mcrnlng 7:30
to %. Weeks dayB —Mass every morning at 7 o'clock, Confessions before
Mass. First Fridays —Mass at 8 n.
m.. Benedictiou and Rosary at 7:30
p. m.
MHTHOPIST CHI'RCH
(Corner of McKencie Avenue   _ind
Third Btreat).
The morning and evening services
wlll be conducted by the paftor, Rev."
B. C. Freeman The morning topic
will be "The Completion of Faith,"
and the evenlnc subject "The Present
Worth of Life." Good singing, good
cheer and a cordial welcome are features everyone appreciate*.
A profitable hour may be spee»t
with the Adult BIMe Class conducted
by Mr. F. Paulding, from 2.30 to
.".3.1 In the afternoon. Strangers cordially Inrlted.
The polish that's e&siest io use
-the shine that's hardest fo lose
SHOE
POLISHES
BLACK-WHITE-TAN 10*
Keep your shoes'netvt
CooI>Im Mil Unfit, .oi pud, I... nfmtmt bat UH Um tttnt I. t*t •'
bfOi*_a, lului ik-M.    llojtctti.oooc-omamillnotcr-ktloloel)-..
1.1. DAUBY. Co. oitUooli. LU., IUm, (-,.._.
Parisian Dye Works
Ladies   C&  Mens
SUITS
In   the  very   height of the
Season s Fashions
The   Sanitary   Cleaning
and Tailoring Parlors
Day and    Night    Service
Phone 340
_•_ •AGE -R3UR
THE  MAIL-HERALD.   REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1916.
BRIEF LOCAL NEWS
W. R. Smith  has
Caleary.
returned     irom     Miss Marjory Young is   visiting at
the coart.
J. Glaspie of Kagle Bay was a 'visitor to Revelstoke or Tuesday.
W. A. Foote of Trout Lake is spending a few days in Revelstoke.
J. H. Taylor of Nelson registered
at the Hotel Revelstoke on Monday.
W. A, Mead ol Rogers Pass registered at the Kins.' Edward hotel on
Monday.
G. McLeod of Bear Greek register-'
ed at tbe Kin? Edward hotel on
Tuesday.
R. Williams of Rogers Pass registered at the Kirn: Edward hotel on
Sunday
Mrs. NM .1. Hill of Rogers Pass registered at the Kin? Edward hotel on
Wednesday.
Mrs. A. Snell and Miss A. Bruce of
Nelson were guests at the Hotel Revelstoke on Sunday.
L. C. Masson has enlarged hi.
Btreet store, having taken   ii   th.
ces of the Dominion      Secui    .    Con*
pany.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H, Cornwall and
Miss M, Fraser of Rossland were
guests    a*     the Hoi ' oke on
Sunday.
CM A. Shatwell iM Gaines    and
J. F. Davis     dl Ersl a., were
guests at   the K ird hotel on
Wednesday.
The Ladlei y     of    St,
Francis chu ' 'hank all who
In any wav helpei .ike their garden party a buc
i( (,. .i • attending the
annual meeting ol the British Columbia Lu Uaoclatlon which
is bei- .ltrnry.
The La • ' -I nf the Methodist,
church will hold their annual lawn
social (lurch grounds, on Fri
day   rulj   list   afternoon and evening.
A      u    ' home    cooking   and '.indy
will be   i"M, also relreshn.ents.     Ad
mission in the evening.    Orchestra in
attendance.
Mrs. Wendell Farris ol Revelstoke
has corr.'e to the city to stay for the
surntrfr months, and has taken the
bouse on McNlcholl avenue formerly.'
occupied bv M'.r, C. M, Buscomlie. She
has at ber ?utsts her parents, Mry
and Mrs. faxtcm Baird ol Toronto.
Mr. Farris has t*one on a trip to New
"Brunswick.—Vancouver Province.
Mrs. Walker and son   are
her parents in Nelson.
visiting
T. Kilpatrick made a trip to Kamloops cn Tuesday.
Mrs. W. H. Pratt and daughter are
visiting in Winnipeg.
Mrs. A. E. Kincaid and sons are
visiting friends in Nelson.
W. Walker of P. Burns Sc Co. made
a trip to Salmon Arm on Tuesday.
R. G. Holtr.es ol i-'eattle registered
at the Hotel Revelstoke on Sunday.
T. Hart ol Shuswap registered at
the King Edward hotel on Tuesday,   j
W. B. Edward of Lytton registered
ut the King Edward hotel oa Monday
I
II. G. Holme.-; of Denver     registered
,it the Hotel Revelstoke on Wcdnes |
day.
i
J. Hesbitt   of Lethbridge registeredi
it the King Edward hotel on    Wednesday.
I
E. E, Bradford of Glacier registered
at the King     Kdward   hotel on Wed-j
nesday.
I
Miss Jennie Hansen   of    Edgewood
registered at the Hotel Revelstoke on
Sunday.
0. W, Benedict of Arrowhead regis-'
tered at the King Edward hotel on
Thursday
J. McNaughton of Victoria regis-.
tered at the Hotel Revelstoke on!
Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hicks of Bran-,
don were guests at the King Edward
hotel on Sunday.
R. Hibberson and G. J. Becker ol
Victoria registered at the King Edward hotel on Sunday.
Mr. :ind Mrs. S. G. Robbins lelt on
Tuesday on a visit to EaBtern Canada
and the Eastern States.
Mrs. L. E. Peterson and son ot
Payette, Idaho, registered at the
Kinc Edward hotel cn Sunday.
' J. E. O'Brien of Golden and A. I.
n'Hrien of Claresholm registered at
the King Kdward hotei on Tuesday.
Mrs. Brock arjd son left on Saturday for Field, where they will visit
Lieut. Brock ,if the Otter Internment
camp
EMPRESS   THEATRE
PROGRAM
TODAY and Matnee, 2.30 — The
Broadway feature, The Man Inside,
featuring Edwin Stevens, the distinguished American actor. This
drama deals with diplomatic life in
Wa9him;t"n.  " parts an?  r"'
MONDAY—Jesse L. Lasky presents
Mae Murray in Tc Have and To
Hold, o parts aud comedy.
TEES DAY—Jane Novak in Graft and
lull Universal program. See Lame-
gon crush ".he Insurance trust.
"WF.PNKsr.AY and Matinee — Second
Triangle production: The Coward,
greatest war drama ev>>r produced.
A 5 part story of the Civil War
that thrills aad holds you spellbound, with Frank Keenan in the
leading role. Fickle Fatty's taU,
Fatty Arbuckle in a laugh producing 2 reel Keystone comedy. The
prices ir.a'inee 10 and lSe. evening
10 and 25e.
THURSDAY — Blanche 3weet
part  .Tes^e L.    Lasky     pro'.
The Blacklist.
Patriotic
Fund
Please pay your
Subscription to
the Canadian Patriotic Fund to
the Molsons Bank
Or tO R. Gordon-
Secretary
Jvirs. A. IM Henkel, II. V. ilenkel of
i incinnatti, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Fen-
t San  Francisco,  and Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Bowman ol Boston, were
among the -red at the
I ay.
fl.rr.ong the I        '-at   the    Hotel
Revelstoke on  S n la)  •■ ere M
van, Mis*    Mary D    M-.ss Kate
Sullivan    I Waterbury,    New     York;
Mrs.    M '.:>  tan    ' M"s.
.;. Herman,   Mr-
Far Rockaway, New V   rk      Mr-     \.
3UH I      \
' New York.
■
tan '
The
-
■ ■ ■  ■
T,g»2<-d
,-  -.    | „-
rteni
He    eonld
'
commerced r    -he
ild
It.
of L.O trim -na held     ,n   the
'n"*day,  there bMnga
- lance   <f • tie    r."hr"n   Tha
Oil ef    '
ird  ,.n   <j '    tddteae de-
I   by th«  ; I   \tast»r ot
,.      Bro     I    H     mtta*
. Alter th<-   urineaa    ol    the
inmente vr.
The honor roll BOttalM tha
names ol the IcAlowtBg member* o4
the Revelatoke lodge Lieut, J. M,
Richardson, Sergt, Joaaph Ooble, Prl-
iatet Mbert Corrlgan, M D. Maxwell Wm, W»ts<,n. John Bdf«r, John
9ha ■ ,1. D. flalder, It. I.. Mclntyrs
Qeorge F. Hannn, .Tarr.^ low, .1. H.
Anderson, J ''. McMahon, J W. Ma-
loney, NM W. Baitintt, Fred Maunder*.
Brothers Bert Mi>ill. F. J Payne and
W. M. Moore have )ti*t enlisted, making nineteen members of the local
lodge serving with the colors.
Aequtre tMe KaMt of keaKa hr HI
lag Raiall Orderllaa, the modem laxea-
tive. ISe aad Mc. Bold only at -v.
t»»-m  the Reinll Drag Stow.        ,
J. Colvln of Vancouver visited Revelstoke on Wednesday.
R. A. Quance of Nakusp was at the
King Edward hotel on Wednesday.
C. Macdonell of Ryley registered at
the King Edward hotel on Monday.
Mrs. Simmons and daughter aro
visiting Mr. Simmons at Bear Creek.
H. H. Reeves of Flat Creek regis
tered at the King Edward hotel oni
Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Heppr.er of Winnipeg
were guests at the Hotel Revelstoke
ou Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. BarkeT of Vernon were guests at the Kiug Edward
h..t.l on Wednesday.
M. Hetmmil and J. Rockower of
Calgary registered at the King Edward hotel on Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Smith and
family, of Vancouver, registered at
thc Hotel Revelstoke on Wednesday.
Mrs. T. H. Herbert, Mrs. F. T.
McCarty and Mrs. W. S. S. Jones of
Spokane were guests ht the Hotel
Revelstoke on Monday.
M. Fleetham, Miss Marjorie Fleetham, and Alan Fleetham are leaving
at the beginning ol the week on a
short visit to Vancouver.
J. M. Doyle ot Calgary, superintendent for P, Burns & Co., spent Tuesday in Revelstoke and left for the
Okanagan the same night,
The Ladies Aid of the Presbyterian
church will hold their annual lawn
social on the Manse grounds, McKenzie avenue, on Tuesday, July 18, afternoon and evening. A sale of home
cooking, candy and flowers will be
held. Free admission   to the grounds.
Mrs. Ernest H. S. McLean received
the sad news this week of the sudden
death of her father, Mr. J. H. Still,
at Seattle. Wash. The remains will be
cremated at Seattle, as requested by
the deceased nnd the ashes sent to
Spencerville, Ont., to be buried in
the family plot at that place.
Mrs. Alan Purvis is visiting for a
few days with Mr. and Mrs. J. P.I
Purvis on her way to her home ln t
Montreal. Mr. Alan Purvis has been,
lately transferred from Vancouver and(
prorr.oted to General Superintendent
of the Montreal Division of the Canadian Pacific Railway.
Mr    i. W.    Bengough,     who     was
scheduled    for     one    of   his famous
'cb .Ik talks" here on   Monday, July;
2\. h<afl llged by the   pressure
nta to postpone his   Rev-'
•■   for OU'- week      He   will
■ here on Monday, July 31. The
• ranged for the attcri
f thi   54tl    ■ ■".   be    postponed'
•
- it   Tbe   Duke   ot
beam, K.Q., &c
Her    Royal Htghni 11
-   n ol     nnaught
Qetess   Patricia of
Revel-
-     •   „ -       'are-x»ll
-
that      His     Roval
■
'
■C" ^M^"* "^£^5.^ V^Sflf
wm
I iw*   the international
joy smoke
Cnprriiiht mi
by
R. J. 1;. vn.-lil.
Tobacco Co.
is the real
tobacco for
jimmy pipes
and makin's
cigarettes
Back up and get a fresh start!
For men who got away to a false start on a pipe
or home-made cigarettes Prince Albert has a
word or two for what ails their smokeappetites!
Forget you ever tried to smoke, for Prince Albert is so
different, has such a fine flavor, and is so cool and cheerful
and friendly, you'll get a new idea of smoke joy! The
patented process curs out bite and parch I - Prince Albert
has always been sold without coupons or premiums. We
preferjo give quality IJSgggp*"*"* *~
This little talk is^also for men who think they're on the
right track. All to be said is that the sooner you lay out
the price for a supply of Prince Albert, the sooner youll
make a discovery that'll be worth a lot to your peace of
mind and tongue 1 If your dealer cannot supply it ask him
to secure Prince Albert through his wholesaler. Get the idea of smoking all you want
without a comeback—that's P. A.!
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winston-Salem, N. C, U. S. A.
Print.   Albert   i.    .old
throughout Canada,, en.
orally, in the V.-lb. tidy
red tin, alio in pound and
half-pound humidor..
0» tm. mww
ha r*. oral r-*J
Jab seek 1MT,
thr*. MM MM
mmo*A*ton\
O. ~ mi. trh *ol
'     T~»■ r.»—**i
oiuA U. mot.
LAWN SOCIAL
Tuesday* July IK
■•
*i   ■        ,    ■
nr   Under    ',••   . .-• I ■»    -,'
r.ad. I' Autlllai      of 81        hns
■J h.irr.h       r'teo ad     »•
rro.iniU   F sv.
dr»n      Come   sod   hav* a tood
Mme.
Orchestra In Attendance
Mrs. D. Swanney and little David
are away to the coast cities for the
summer.
Dr. JesBie McGavln ol Portland,
Oregon, spent Friday in town, tho
cucst ol Mrs. W. A. Sturdy.
Mr. and Mrs. Bdward Amderson and
daughter, ol Winnipeg, are visiting
Mr. and MrB. W. A. Anstie.
The key to beauty'6 heart:—"A bos
of Liggett's Chocolates" "Your
sweetheart's choice"—Sold exclusively,
by all Rexall Drue; Stores.—W, Bews.
It is probable that a treat    is    in
store    for the citizens of Revelstoke,
on July 25   when the Red Cross Society hope to brinz to the city the famous "Juvenile    Frivolities"  ot Vancouver.     Mrs.    T.    Kilpatrick has re-1
ceived a letter trom   Mrs. Julia Hen-!
chaw stating that she and Miss Molll-
son, who have   the    matter in hand,
are    willing     to     give    a   perform-!
ance   ln   Revelstoke   and     ofler    to
turn the receipts     Into the local Redj
("Yobs for   patriotic   purposes.     Tbj
performances     are under the auspices
Of Their Royal Hiehnesses the     Duke
and    Duchess of Connaught and have
een --iven at all the C.P.R. hotels
througb th" mountains.   The Vancovt-
'■r papers speak very highly   of   the
.•■rformnncfs crlveti.
Y'.u can get money for old rubbers
11 you bring them to the Second
Hand Store next to the Pnion Cloth-
Itora.
Oalt Coal for sale. Sibbald ft Son.
GET THE HABIT.—Place your fire
and accident, insurance with Cbas. M.
Field, who represents only old and
reliable companies.
There's comfort  in  cooking
Coursier's Coal.
with
BANKHEAD BRIQUETTES BURN
BEST.
CARD OF THANKS.
I beg to thank the citizens ot Rev»
elstoke who rendered great assistance
on Wednesday night on the occasion
ol the flre ia my residence, also Flr»
Brigade No. 2, who did such quit*
nnd splendid work.
W. BEWS.
WHEN YOU COME DOWN TOMORROW
Stop and see, just to satisfy yourself that
there is Style, Class, Distinction and Originality in our NEW   SUMMER  MODELS
cTWcRAE SHOE STORE, Howson Block
Suit Coses, Steamer Trunk. Phone 217 Sandal., Tonni. Shoe*
Money   Orders
Dominion Bxpraa* Monsy '»nirvs
HTl'.AMHHIP   TICKET   AOKNT
INHCKANCI.
NOTAKY PUBLIC
W. H. HOROBIN
Nkjct   to    I'hht    OrKii a
Windsor Hotel Cafe
I.  II   Wlaener
Sunday Dinner Menu
soup.
P ii .'. i hie ken nl* Relm
FISH
Boiled Rprlng Salmon Bechamel
Sauce
BOII.F.n
\s .■ ..f Lamb with Ham  Sauce
BNTRBBB
l/iimt.i|Siii,,ci .ni Mayonnaise
Beet e.M.  Mode Sauna Plquanta
Prioaaaae VM-al   Witb   Noodles
ROAST
Scuffed Obloksn and Brown
Onion Mn.ie.■
Hirlion of Reef Country Gravy
VEGETABLES
N«w  Cm-roth  Mashed   Potatoes
DB8SKOT
Lemon Pudding Strawberry
| Siuicr
A|ipl<\  Lemon,   Stawberry Pie
PROCLAMATION
To allow all the Citizens of Revelstoke
to participate in the
GENERAL   CLEAN   UP   DAY
1 hereby Declare Wednesday.July 19th
1916, shall be observed by the public as a
HOLIDAY in the City of Revelstoke.
H. F. McKlNNON
Mayor
God Save The King
Factory Phone 261
P.O.Bor'.434
Hesidence Phone 211
Revelstoke Sash and Door Factory
O. W. Abrehamaon, Proprietor
We can lill any orderejof windows or>loors or) anything
in the factory line
We  alio  carry  a  complete stock of building materals
LUMBER,SHINGLES,LATHS& MOULDINGS,
CEMENT, WOODFIBRE, LIME & BRICK
ESTIMATES  GIVEN   FREE

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