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 REVELSTOKE
Chief lumbering, railway
mln-
lng,
agricultural    and  naviga-
tlo>
eentre    between  C
algary
an.l
the Pacific oce#
 A
The Mail
paid
THE  MAIL-HERALD
Published weekly—Read
by   c er.   :.-   The     11 ' ignlsed
advertising    medium   for   the
city and district,
Vol. 23   No.
'"/
<ft,
REVELSTOKE,  B.C,  SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1916
$2.50 Per Year
CONSERVATIVE IkdATM
DETAINS FORT! NAMES
NEW LIGHT
THROWN ON
Nineteen Soldiers and Four Munition Workers Names Scott Begged Annance Not to
Red Cress to
LAW
Holy Concert
Retained—Seventeen Had Never Left the District
Use His Name   Failed to
See Him Through
iiu.
The postponed Courl ol Revision
was held in the Court House on
Thursday morning at 10 o'clock, belore Roberl Qordon, Esy., Reglstrai
of Voters for Revelstoke ElectoralDis
trict. The Conservative Association
was repr isented by C M. Field and
W. Fleming and the Liberal Association by Jack Stewart and J. B. McKenzie. il. NM Coursier was also present.
Owlngto the facl thai there were a
number ol names in douht, the court
was adjourned to 2 o'clock on Friday.
(if thi
by     thi
Field on behall ol the     Conservative association     was
association    w.is successlul in havinig  Liberal  candidate
makers In England, I; and seventeen
who had never lefl the district. At
the request ol C, M. Field, W, II.
Horobin withdrew the objection to
the i,.ur names ,.f the munition workers.
Among the nami a objected to by
Liberal \ m ■ e those of voters who
Council Purchases Horse
■Tioad to Power ii.QUi.e-
mission
Seceivj Permission to Run
Letter From Railway Corn-
Demands Increasing -- Recognized Canvassers Will Solicit
Funds    No Meeting Wu1-
nesriay
Peter Annance,
■given a sentence
prison    with    a
the man recently
of nine months In
line  ol  (300 (01   al
The Cltj   Council held  their rogular ed, Btatii rsi     tbat     had
bad enlisted and it was necessary fur
. M. Field in    procure affidavits to
effect,    although there was al-
meetlng     In     the council chamber on worked     fe
Wednesday night. I Ime shoul I
Uderman rt. Needham brought     up decided     I
tempted perbonatlon al     the     recem   Lhe question ol     dairyi i    allowing  while,
Vancouver byelection told a Btory  Lo their cows to wandei  about  the city,     A letter i   -
the .Men,..,, frauds   committee     that  He stated    tint besides being a mils- nead    allowing
Ihrew a    "ei   deal dl new light upon  ance     ihey     broke    thi   sidewalks In toot road  I   i
the     situation.     Annance   revealed a many places.  He asked  the council t..  che powei
tbi
tb.  ' ' •  foi  such a long
■ '. alter,     tl
A fr. nn H. 1
cil j  I       in .i i
■   .1    t>,
1 '
il
ready reasonable prool that  they had
done so,
At  the adjourned Court ol Revision
beld on     Friday     afternoon,    C,  M.
list ..f objec inns     presented Field again   represented the Conserv
Liberal    association   C. M,  ative association,   and    the     Liberal
represented by the
Dr   W, ll.  Suther
40 n ■me-  retained, divided up as follows:     enlisted     voters, 19; munition
land.
bin,
.lack Stewart and W. H. Horo
Yearly Meoliiig of
it Church
An   intei"siim:   gathering     met   at
th.   Congregational Rally and    Social
in  the Methodist church on     Monday Mr.  Kelch of Craigellachie spent Mon
night,     when the year's reports were day here
submitted.    A, program was provided .Mrs. S. I'M Houston and ward, Miss
by th.- orchestra under     Miss Dickie, Mildred    Mowat, Bpent last week end
■including     horn solo by Earle Dickie with Mrs. A. Hayes at her    country
and     Individual    numbers by Messrs. home near Revelstoke.
Whitby  and Carswell and Miss     Uuu- Isaac Morgan visited In   Revelstoke
lop. Tuesday.
The I ad   -   \M1   report     was     sub- ,\..  Rutherford  Is    proving     himself
initted     by     Mrs. T. Downs, that ol champion     fisherman     around     here
the     San.lay Bchooi by C, B. Hume, again this year, he    bavin;.:    caught
of the Epworth League by Mrs. Fred some     rainbow    trout weighing from
Bewe,  wh '    W. Bews submitted     the two and a half to four pounds eacb.
■statement  of finances.    The chair w-as \\.  s.  Stewart    shot three bears in
taken by  the pastor.     Alter the pro- the  lasl   ten days, one a large brown
pram refreshments   were     served     by and      the     other two black,  all very
tbe ladies  with  their usual  grace and finely    furred.     There seems to be an
efficiency.  A   number    of additions to unusual  number of bears this     year,
the membership were reported     from as they arc seen very often    crossing
the Sundaj     school,  1-y letter,  and on the railway      track  quite close to the
confession  dt faith,    during the year, buildings.
Tn a'l the church activities encourag- The school   ehiidren are planning a
ing features were reported,     and tbe picnic     for   May 21 if the weather is
pastor    n ade  special  reference to  the favorable.    A  number of friends from
prayei      meeting,     to the in-',  st in other places have been     invited     to
the morning services,    and     to     tbo come ,lmi |,ave a enn,i time.
Lumber ol  things which had not  beei   take the i atter up.     The Cltj  Clerk instructed t.
disclos el at th     i    iei   court hearing   was Instructed to . rite to all     those   end tharft him.
ls at that time     he said, he deslr A  having    milk cows and ask them not      I con I read     from
to protect    the other persons as the.   to herd cattle In ihe city limits. the Secretarj of I       ■• Co
had promised to see him through.' .J. Stewar!   ,\      offered     the job ol mission      egard ....
He- Informed thi   committee tbat he  poundkeeper     and     ••.,11    be   given a Ings o\  r thi   n  l\  15      The     n   ttei
had been engaged by .lack White, the small     amount   of « .rk by the city, was    held over to enable I
bead of tha Liberal    plugging     gan ,  winch with the pound tees will     suffi-  to look Into
to engage twenty men ai $10 each to ciently   remunerate uii    to look after     A letter  ,\ is    • the De
.'■•■IT. from the Calumet   rooms.     On the pound,     It was   expiated     that partmenl .     the Interioi   isking     the
Saturday    afternoon—election     day—  there was not nl   revei ie from council  ,f  they   still   le
annance was told    by     White     that  the pound    to ;      a man to look af-  vatton    ol    the S W.  | ol Sec, 31, T.
these    men were to plug for Macdon- ter it. 23, R,  1.  W. - used
aid, the  Liberal    candidate,  and  als,.       \  horse   ' d  by the city   by  the. ci
te, get others to personate. White, it at a cost ol $165,     One   horsi   o   the The city clerk Into 1
will he remembered,    is thc man who team   ■ • owned by the cltj   is ter and was  Instructi I  to Inform the
engineered  the     op rations    of     tho :.i years <. 1 ■ • and    unfit     for     work. Department    that  t  ej    \ >uld like te,
Seattle pluggers. Some    of en were In favoi   havi   tl rservation enlarged if it is
Saturday afternoon  Annance     wur   0f selling It  bul tl       i ijorlty object-  possible <•
(Special to Mail-Herald.) to get bis money   from   White,     arid -
THREE   VALLEY,   B.C.,    May   19— White was  J. T.  Scott,  the man who  „ „
acted     under   thc instructions of tli
provincial    Libera) organization coi
Many Boor it
Three Vallsy
i Few Buprcmn
Court tU3LS
work ol the orchestra.
Revelstoke Residents
at Hymen's Altar
The wedding was solemnized On
Frldaj ol Henry Oliver Cutler and
Edith Ma1.1 eldest daughter of Henry Cook ' Revelstoke. Tne ceremony
was performed In Calgary, Rev. Dr.
Fulton officiating. After spending a
few days In Calgary tbey will return
tee Revelstoke where tbey will in
future reside.
The marriage was     solemnized
Mr. A. E. Haycock and family
spent Sunday with the Andrew Wilson family.
Mrs. B. Firth and children, ol Malakwa Bpent tbe week end with Mrs.
\. Rutherford wh.i entertained a few
Of the ladies in her honor on Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Firth was a for
mer  resident  of Thre-.  Valley.
Eloquent Lady to
Visit Revelstoko
mlttee and who is alleged to have at
tempted tee use   crooked     waterlront
voters   lists supplied by Robert (M>s-
den. A,: the request ol White, Scott—
rho was inn.nb.e, d to Annance as In the Supreme Court on Monday,
"Stew irt' ild the latter $320 lor before His Lordship Mr. Justice
his men. Clements, action was brought by the
Later on, when the Liberal    candi- Columbia River    Lumber     Company,
enquiry was commenced,   -eef Ltd.,    lor    an Injunction restraining
looked     Annance uji  and  on  three  OI   Seorge      Murdoch     from     Interfering
four .nr.'.si.ei.s begged him ool to use with the   plaintiff's     property     near
h.s (Scott's) name in the tnattei  and  Sicamous, B.C.
be ve,uld see liini through. Annance After hearing pari ol the evidenco
said he ke|it i|iiiet at the police court His Lqrdship ordered ai: adjournment
trial but Scott never came to his and a Blirvey of the property, but
assistance. granted  tbe  plaintifl  an  interim      in-
.urction pending the conclusion of
the trial which will be before His
Lordship In Vancouver in September.
W. B. Farris appeared for plaintiff
: n.i Wm. Savage of McClellan, Savage & White oi Vancouver, and  A.  O.
  Bkalling     of    Enderby for thc defen-
The misfortune     ot tbe prisoner of dant.
war is both spiritual    and     materia.      Frank  Mclntyre  brought action   for
or   physical.     He Buffers some of the dair.agcs     for     personal   injuries re-
pernlcio ol a prison sentence reived while   employed at the mill ol
—the mental Lassitude and dopres- the Vanderhool Power Company, Ltd.
sion of confln i al and Isolatio " /anderhoof on duly 32nd last,
from his kith and kin, in addition Mclntyre had the lingers cut ofl his
he is often M. tlj slothed, lod ed and right band, having been caught in a
fed. He Is forced to accept a very revolving cylinder. The plaintifl re-
kw standard ol living, and Is like a ceived ludgment lor (1500 and costs,
man plunged into hopeless and aqua- W. B. Farris appeared for the plain-
lid poverty. From certain points oi 'ill and W. II. I). Ladner of Cochrane
view he is the most tragic of all & Ladner, ol Vernon, B.C., for de-
war's victims. tendants.
Bocietj     le Ml     its
eetii i     V,M.C.A.,
• >
.Mis.   T.   i.
rei   . ■• > I
for th '
Mis.      \\ ■;    .    ., cbli 1
■    -
Mrs. J.   .. :-  nocks.
Mi s.  . j pairs se i M-.
Mrs. Mrs. A. Al
Mi.-. :•' I aul lin . M rs. II
V. Morgan, A Friend, Mrs. Jollifle,
ilrs. H. Wood, each.
F        tl iry to    the
B, ,.f L.E.,  2. pa rs   il     cieii\a
Bhoi s were ■      tn        I
local i gratetu
■
ln the wn rk  of I tion.
A  d  nation of  - ecelve.
Mr. N.        SI
MM.-"
'.any thanks fi        -     Red Cro
eiety.
i in ac    :•.- of the  i
I from 1 ters for 1
n ■>'■ ssary    ri ■ tl
kers. Will all wl ■
ot     our
Ri velstol
doli re for th    call  ol
ic     held     was  Empire.
•
baseball    this     season,   ed    ear. • al  Red
ire picl ed fro     . n im    i M   -• will solicit    the    5
players and a ptions     which    are now due, also
wil] in,!   ivor I
Ait a meeting called In the gymnas-   In view of th   publ     spirited m
lum at the close of tbe game,     plans  in    which     tbe citizens 1
were discussed for the    ball     season,   bave     alws
On account of nut ving    at     pre    the Red 1 ,
ball players In sured    that the
draw       ■ t as in
the past.
Y.M.C.A. Open
Jitnnlri!
Y.M.C.A.
on     Th irsday  evening  tor tbe
il
The
used
Brst game
Two teams
ber    ol     enthusi is' ic
good garni  played.
Red Cross Helps
p Prisoners
sent    the     availabl
town,  it  was felt  wise  cot  to
up the league for a few weeks.
In the meantime a series of preliminaries are to be played off. Practice
games will be played on Monday,
Thureday and Friday evenings, commencing at ■..'. o'clock, The held Will
be open the other evenings of tbe
week, to all    wl
a little practice. A game has been
called for the holiday, May 24, to
commence at two o'clock In the afternoon.
TOMMY,  YOU  AND I
I Af te  I      Klplll
When you've finished    1
nm 1 ■  Wedrrsd iy,    v ,v     24,
" '      ol     thi
Red Cross : 1.
eing     pro-
■'■'.■. , Mnj
the ,\
■  around lor  tab nl
....... ...
tised      It is t
■    ■'
•    -    ■    ent    wl
I; ■
■
K ANN" AH BL A1
tan
band-
Tbe Canadian Red Cross Is doing
great deal to improve the     prisoner
lot.   it enters    into     born  pondenc
with    him.   It     keeps   bim In touch
With  bis  home,    lt  Uses all   its      dip-
at ont.,  who was the principal    speaker  lo,!l;ltil. lnfluence ,,, Becure hlm better
thi    Methodist  church  on     Wednesday  at  the Provincial      W.C.T.U.   Conven
afternoon   if Oeorge Forrest    Gordon
'7u;i ihvr:
Mrs. Gordon   Wright     of     London.
km liuilii
as bridesmaid
Mrs. Gordon left
same  afternoon  for  Snn  Francisco  to
Vis I   Mr. Qordott's parents.
The following letter has
Revelstoke
ity's Ladles 1 .mid.
1 n     re-
Hospltal
I'.in'it, A
treatment  from his captors.  11 saves
tion  iust closed at Vancouver, is now hjm ft0_  mmtg, ^ mora]     (r|;ii;
o   Nelson and Miss Margaret Rosetta returning   east and speaking at varl .,,,,„    „  „ „„„     ,„      h   ,,,,,
McMahon 0   Revelstoke.    The groom oua towns en route through this pro- hoalth       ,.„„Ma,i.    ,      lM *
was supported b, ... Green and Miss vj„,.„.     Mr8. Wrlght, wno la B Blater cem
eth   McMahon  of  Rnderhv  acted of Mr    V   Vi   Howell    Liberal     leader , .'..".....luiu,
,,,,..   .    ,,.,„ • .,„.,.„        „;,;;" ber '      ''■       I i""1      '"'  '^     Secretary Ladles Guild, City
riev. Li.  nan oineiat- ,,f Ontario, is one ol the most prom- ,,,,,,,.
Mi       a Mrs   Cordon left     the,      .    -7 ,   ■ ,   ,.- the Canadian Red Cross   in     Bending Dear Mrs. Macdonald   lam
ill,.      ah .  Milu   am s.   i it 11 (ion   ieiL      tilt,   lnpnt   cluh   whim en   i if   (ann(Li    holthmr   .      ,
' , , food parcels f.  Switzerland.     The by the Board ol Directors ol thi   ft
'" w I!:'": Vf'  : -•-    «  - thle wort     is     ,. „„„!,„    Hospital Society, tooonvej
'"     •'•';' ': PirBt   X>'--1"";'1'^ <* great     thai    further contributions ol to the Ladles .Me,hi     their  si  sin-
!'" Red '''";    ~ '"';■     ;'!:1   Jflrs    H2.i 0 were rei 1 red during January. ,.„,, thanks for the very greal assist-
Kelowna Vice-president ofthe Dornlnlon Equal A11 thr0lIgh     Canada     ,„,,     v:l,,,)U„   lnce ^n the Hospital, and also   to
Franchise Association.     Mrs,   Wright brancheg    of  .,„   ,,,, , ,„     „ ^ ^ ^
wlll     reach Revelstoke at noon Sun- dolng    th„ir .     . „„   ._ ,„,,. ,lf
day,  May 28,  and will remain     until  w u.
poultry  Tuesday  morning, May 80.     nn  Sun-     vr,;,,,,,   :„„    ,,„., Canftdlan prtaonera
evening    she will preach In the T(i  ,,„ ,if thMfl (1|„
spring     Chickens,   lasl   week imported   Methodist      church      and   on  Mondnv
."■ es    and  thl
socks,
When you've d. 11.      your     bit     for
china and Ja
Will yon  kindly drop  a dollar in my
missionary box,
For another,  who's a "brother and
a  man."
lie ain't no "bally heathen," and he
ain't ue, "plastei   b tint,"
Hut be li ;es his pipe, the     sa
yon  and  I;
Perhaps     Its   wrong to w.-.nt 1
then perhaps it ain't,
Thai's a matter   we can settle by.--   n
and bye. daj
no) at a p c nlc, and be Is
not at  a dance,
Bul    win re'ei       ■   he likes h
tie  joke;
iBrta Oil in
Comiiiercial Quantities
Tl i Prudent now    1
at the rat'- ol 120 barn Is pi -
day. ai J,   L,     Gri b
Gas 1 .      '■'■ recentlj
'.'■••     S       York, I       mad
■   '
*S
'
is bei 1
• 'I at tl if   five     bam
H. W. Raymer died    in
this    month    need  (13  years
the flrst mayor of Kelowna
He  was
Tl       • • .-
\nd the other da ■   11   wrote me fr,, '
a pi,.- whi re  In Fran.'"' to Ml
That   "the only tlniiL'     he     wanted     "':'  ' ' '   '
was a  Bmo
in money and   useful ar-
E. Moachem,  n    Rossland
fancier  who  ,»j'eeializes in the  snle of   day
11.llfln dav old   birds.
W, II. Almond, who enlisted nt
Kaslo n. w holds the rank of recl-
inental barber with the r> I th Battalion,  overseas.
cveninir will address a mass meetlne
in the Scandinavian Hall. Further
notice of Mrs. Wrightjs addresses will
1 e L-iven in next week's paper.
CIVIC CORPS
DRILL
AT THE  DRILL  HALL
Every Wednesday a1 8 p m,
EVERYBODY FALL IN
•I.  W.  Conner    nf Golden is workin;
some   copper  claims  up
river.
Tv \e ir-. airo tuncster. ore 'vas
""'lb vi.it a t..n. The jirice is now
al   .nt   ..S.lWi n ton.
Red Cross is
Bending money on behalf of persons
who hnve "adopted tbem." The
"Adopters" make ihetiipelv.s responsible for the malntalnance of thc prl-
si in r thej adopt. and provtdi  money
fe.r  regular   parcel*.    There    are    371  the only  states that
other prisoners   who receive malnten- shipping grain,
the  Columbia  Bnce     f""" PWIOM who ari  on their  "
own initiative,  but   keep     the     Red cost of food suiuilies
'ross  informed of  all   their    consign   the  Society
ments.
Tt must not be imagined that
Tl "    !>v .;    line is 2     feet I
...
oil Is 1 as rapidly     as
when tl Brsl
The
being ' Tl 1
■
was just delightful   •'•': nt ltibl c  til
nt 1 . The pei
, ,  ,       ,, ,,.-,■ Man-el  \ ound     $10.
Idaho,  Oregon  and    Washington aro  [Tor it. reached right up to heaven; be   Wl„ . m ban
1 ontrlbuted
1 Idea.
Respectfully Tours,
Vi. Ii. ARMSTRONG,
Secretary Revelstoko Hospital
Society.
Revelltoke, B.C., May 13, I'.iiiM
And be said th' ■ e humming
just like .1 swarm of bees,
Aa.I the   m, ,.  .,,
in    0    '' ■ id
And the were    floating
along upon the bi
And the sti n~ 1.
so be said.
bags    for
forwarded    by
Kn e sixths  of replies  received so fnr have been In the nllirin-
the ative.
jirisoner  of  ,var is jiennlless.   He hns     There is now   no     need     for     any
arrears of pay from  his own covern   Canadian     to go hungry.   The Cana-
inent  and  is  entitled to     11     regular  dian  Red (Moss has    indeed     siicccsr-
allowance    from  the Qerman govern- fully solved a verv   difficult problem,
ment.  and  with  th.. approval of     thc   It   has secured    for our prisoners prl-
Tr.ifl 1      tbmks    the    town's Canadian Government   our li.ii Cross vlllges which al Brsl seemed Imposs*
assessment of (810,000 lo too low and   ban sent  n card to nil Canadian |it'ls-  IMe     to BflCUre.   By keeping our pris-
Burveyor    \nderson has  been  eneneed  oneri     asking      *bem    to  assign  ten  oners in good health anl rood spirits
-Me- a brand new    valuation   ol shillings    ol   their je y te, the Cana- it is saving many   valuable lives for
all  town  property. dian Red Cross    to cover part of the, further usefulness lr. Canada,
Since
adiar
Atl.mt,
the war began 146,000 .M.n-
oldlers have .-'.ne acrOS'i the
'  to Kur,,,,,
could cut  it with a krife;
"That ".     be says,     "that
eat i
But the ONE Ily m the    ointment  ol
this  'sweet   pastoral   life'
Was ti.-* 1   like I.   have the    D
of a smoke."
So T put   it  to vou plainly,  juot  as  a
pnl  to pal,
And I'm   .-'ing to give it     to     you
good and str n
Tommy  sends   TO YOU—  a   message
out of that iifernal hell,
Arc you going to keep him waiting
very long''
j —Steve Collins, treasurer T. & D.F.A.'
■ ■■   ihoi   i have
•   ,,  least   -
I • r day, - ii. by th    > i ar, (365
NOTICE
All advi r's - - ,, ,,.-; be
banded In to tl Mail-Herald
oflice by Thursday nicrbta to
ensur.-1 inset tii n in Saturday's
paper. PAGE TWO
THE  MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,   MAY 20, 1916.
tr
TTbc flftatl-lberalb
Published every  Saturday at
RBVKLSTOKE.  H   r
YEAST
MAKES PERFECT BREAD
oM-iii-Herald Publishing
Company, Limited
F.   E,   GIGOT,   Manager  and     Editor.
_\  \ .
<uNfo>:a-"iABii •
S \TMKHAY,    MAY  20,   1916.
WHERE  THE  MONEY CAME FROM
The  ■ ■   considers   the     plug
_.,.,. ... earer It   Is     that
n ben M iell;   started out to in-
......      matter he m glected the
right man, says the Sews Vdvertiser
jn au • . . ■ rgencj meetings the
candid ites lound the trails leading to
John T. Scott, But though they dis
cussi I him, and complained about
A lispute al,. .ui him, tbey let
him gee, and went chasing alter one
of his employees, The leaders made
chs- distinction between the provincial and the city organization, Scott
belonged te. the provincial. His chief
was Mi M. A. Macdonald, president
ol the organization. Mr, Macdonald,
Mr Farris (ol        Vancouver)
and Mr. Stables eri.'aged Scott.
That is the stronger reas. n
why thej should have called him to
account. Instead be seems to have
been well enough protected. It is
sted that he is now In Seattle.
In that   ••;■  -     i Is said to Me
busily engaged    Inducing the pluggers
not t •    Cana la to give     evi
dent •. Thi . .n is supported by
the arrest ol " >sden as a kind ol object lessor, t any who might bc disposed to testily. The city organization is disposed to make it clear that
.rgar.iz.it i 'ii handled
this plugging fund. That brings the
mattei to tl ui Isdii tion ef Mr. M.
A.     M We have i
that Mr, M. A. M I   could, be
fore the public inquiry    bi
found     out     quite   (
wen
i ot      ilready     a) b
THE EDITOR
Evei ■ •      run    a
news] etter 1
souls •      -
idence   	
Mas I ■    - -
then. are so unnpprcciative of bis
efforts to boost their town and make
'in y for them that they don't even
contribute the price of a subscription
they simply borrow from their
neighbors.
Just remember this: The editor,
apart Irom the laudable desire to
make a decent living for himself, bas
only the i.e,od uf the community at
heart. If he disagrees with you on
any subject, political, moral or edu-
cational, there is more than au even
chance tbat you and not be may be
«rong.
IROM THE  SANCTIAIS
in supplying men aud munitions and
money has surprised everyone. Equaling the national readiness to answer
the call has been thc bravery of her
.soldiers in tbe beld. While Ypres is
remembered Canadian courage will
not be 'forgotten. Which all goes to
show that folks are constituted much
the same wherever tbey may be found
and that disputes about domestic
matters need not signify disunion.
An occasional squabble in the home
does not mean that those who constitute the home wouldn't join hands
to save it.—Pittsburg Dispatch.
TOMORROWS SERVICES
 i
ST. PETER'S CHURCH
Rev. (ieo. Larder of Craigellachie
will conduct the services In St.
Peter's Anglican church tomorrow.
Holy Communion at 8 a.m. Morning
service at 11 a.m. Eveving service at
7.30 p.m. Sunday   school at 2.30 p.m.
YUKON I'P TO PATE.
In the course of his evidence on
Thursday, Peter Annance testified
that he had seen the same operations
that be was conducting carried on at
Dawson and elsewhere. It is curious
bow the trails of these campaign
operations lead back to the Yukon.
"Jack" White and some of the Seattle operators were of the Yukon gang.
Prom the direction of tbe campaign
down to the lowest plugger Yukon
veterans could be found. Tbey were
on the platform, in the press, in tbe
organization, in the vote-plugging
enterprises. The manipulation of the
lists had a fine flavor of old times in
Dawson.
COUNTRY'S HONOR IS SAFE IN
HANDS OP BORDEN.
Sir Robert Borden, by bis action
in deciding upon the appointment of
a judicial commsston to inquire into
the Kyt" charges in connection with
Mise contracts lias again proved worthy of thc Confidence which the people ,,f Canada have jiluced in him as
leader of the Government.
The prime minister cannot be stam-
peded into ill-advised or unnecessary
action by wild insinuations inspired
by partisanship rather than desire
!or the public welfare, but no one is
more ready to take action along tbe
right lines when the occasion arises.
Sir Robert proved true to himself,
his jiarty and Canada in the Garland
and Foster cases; he has shown the
same courage and regard for thc honor of the country and the highest
standards in public life by his action
in the case of the Kyte charges. —
Nelson Daily News.
METHODIST CHURCH
Thc pulpit of the Methodist    church'
will be occupied on    Sunday, May 21,1
by Mr. Frank Paulding,  in     the     absence of tbe pastor at Conference.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Services on Sunday at 11 a.m. nnd
7.SO p.m. Morning subject: "Life's
Test," evening:"God's Order to Advance." Sunday school at 2M.0 p.m.
prayer meeting on Wednesday at 8
p.m., and choir practice on Thursday
at 8, Strangers and visitors will be
welcome at all services.
Trail ice dealers started tbeir delivery wagons on the rounds this
week.
VIRGINIA GIRL
Gained 15 Pounds By Taking Vinol
Norfolk, Va. —"I suffered from nervousness, hnd no appetite and was very
thin. Nothing I took seemed to help me
until one daya friend told me aboutvinol,
I have now taken six bottles and have
gained fifteen pounds: have a Rood appetite and can eat anything."—Mattie
Denning, Norfolk, Va.
Vinol is a delicious cod liver anil iron
tonic without oil, a constitutional remedy
which creates an appetite.aids digestion
and makes pure healthy blood. Try it
on our guarantee,
W. Bews,  Druggist,  Revelstoke, B. C.
MAN ADA AND THE WAR.
\M. .eiie will deny that Canada has
done her share, and more than her
share, in support of the Empire in
the Em).ire's crisis.    Her promptness
CITY TRANSFER CO.
Baggage Transferred
Distributing Agents and Storage
GENERAL   DRAYING
FURNITURE   AND    PIANO    MOVING   A   SPECIALITY
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out a ;>aj"T. lb   never  thinks of tho
won lei   tbe I ■    thi     ti Ibulatloni
every "dj- adergo,   .-iome ol
Rexall "93"  3hampoo Pasti  cleane-
es the ha -    i i   icalp,    Imparting a
lovely glom. z5c tins.     S'.ld '.nly  by
t, Bewp, tbe nciall Drug titore,
IIS IS THL STOVE THA ,
IONEY
The   New   P'm-: Oil   Cook    ■.
chea ts less th
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Lawrence
Hardware
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Revelstoke,
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Rbyllife   Coal
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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. t
REVELSTOKE    BRANCH!    MCKENZIE  AND   FIRST  STS.
A.  B. M. CIENEGHAN. Manager
Ij Tmrnrmrn'm—iuvirtimmtirrmrrm^
Wash Goods
Cotton Crepes, Galateas, Prints, etc. All good washing
materials.   Trices   15 and 20 cents.
Ladies White Wash Skirts
Good quality ol materials nre in all these Skirts. Prices
from $l.Mi to   $2.35.;llji!|j;   L, .    ,'       |
White Wear
Ladies' Undervests, Prlcea from 15 to 20 cents. Cottoa
Crepe and Cotton Nightgowns. All this season's goods.
Prices from  $1.00 to $2.50.  Princess  Sli|is,   Corset Covers,
Ladies' Combinations, White Underskirts, etc. Our stock
is    complete in these lines and  prices  moderate.
White Canvas Shoes
White Canvas Hutt in Hoot for irirls and ladies, price
$2.75. White Canvas Pumps for girls and ladies, price
$1,85.  Misses'  WhlteCanvas Pumps, price $1.05.
Tennis Shoes
Ladies' Men's, Girls' and Hoys' Tennis Shoes in colors,
bl'ick and white. Wc have a full range of Tennis Shoes
and our juices are   the lowest.
Fred Young & Co,
What's in a Name ?
Well, It just depends. When you hear of Hobeon'e Utend
you naturally feel hungry. Tbe crisp brown exterior and
the appetising white Inside are both signs of tba tood
floor we use and the care we take to bake lt Juat right.
Try It lor yourself—we do not fear the result.
Phone 41
HOBSON'S
Box 734
Union  Hotel
A. P. LKVKSQl'H, Proprietor [
FIRST STREET,   REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Delicious Vegetables, &c, fresh from own Ranch
ORIENTAL
HOTEL
J. Albert Stone, Proprietor
Suitably furnished with the
choicest the market affords.
Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars. Rates $1 a day.
Monthly rates.
Jack Laughton, Proprietor First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
WINDSOR HOTEL
EUROPEAN  PLAN
GOOD ACCOMMODATION REASONABLE RATES
CAl'K IN CONNECTION
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Wholesale Dealers
Direct Importers
Our Goods are GOOD
Our Prices logical and within reason
See us before placing your orders SATURDAY,    MAY 20,  1910.
THE   MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
PAGB   TERE»
What is Doing
in the Province
Beyond a few cases of chickenpox
Fernie had no infectious diseases during March and April.
Every Fernie dairy supplied its customers with milk much better than
required by law during April.
To encourage the re-opening of the
eteaiu laundry Trail council will give
it  water free for three months.
The military training can.p at Vernon is to open in June. 7,(Mill men are
expected to be under car.ivas.
Instead ol in.pounding the canines
at Kaslo, dog ownerd who neglect to
pay the dog tax will be prosecuted,
Grand Forks' 3-58 school pupils contributed a little better than 21 cents
per head to the Patriotic Fund in
April.
Trail has now a building inspector
from whom all those erecting or repairing buildings must secure a permit.
At Cranbrook the police chief has
issued summonses on several citizens
who have neglected to pay their dog
licenses.
The Western Cannery Company's
jlants at Kclowra and Penticton will
in all probability be put in operation
this season.
For its hotels, dining cars and lake
uteamers the C.P.R. last year spent
■almost ...ei,in.\l on Okanagan fruit and
vegetables.
A test of the fire drill at Cran'brook
-.ehool last week showed all of the
4(Ki pupils . nit of the building in less
than 4.1 seconds.
At a Sunday evening's concert to
raise funds for the 22oth recruits'
recreation room at Fernie uearly
5200 was raised.
There is some talk of a flouring
ir.il] being built at Grand Forks.
That town is reaching out for many
kinds e.f industries.
John Plasko, a Cranbrook Galiclen
has gone crazy because be is unable
to send money to his wife and family in the old land.
Employees at Trail smelter are asking for a raise in pay of 60 cents per
day. Tue company is willing to grant
25 cents extra.
In eight months tbe creamery at
Salmon Arm made 28,000 pounds of
butter. It costs $140 a month to op-
■ rati   the creamery.
Prior to leaving Trail, Rev. G. A.
Hackney, for five years Presbyterian
pastor there, was given $100 in gold
hy bis congregation.
Kaslo creek is now reported to be
as high as its last year's ina_.in.um.
It has a considerable rise ahead of
it before reaching the high water
stage.
Hev.  Mr. Stevens, Cranbrook's free-
ance parson is leaving     for     Poplar
1'.int.     Man.,  where he has been ac-
cepted as pastor of the   Presbyterian
Church.
Caterpillar tractors will be used to
transport ore from the Hudson Hay
zinc mini's, near Salmo, B.C., to the
shipping bins at the latter place,
about seven miles.
Enterprise: People are moving into
Blairmore: at the rate of a family a
lay. and it is   estimated     tbat     tbe
You who have enjoyed   the   grateful
goodness of
ADAMS'
TUTTIFRDTTI
GUM
for years will value
the new, convenient
form in which it now
comes to you. Five
good-size sticks of stored-
up flavor held prisoner
for you in wax-paper
and tinfoil. The outer
wrapper is a valuable
coupon worth saving for
Regimental or College
Shields. Your dealer has
Tutti Frutti in any of
five mellow flavors.
ORIGINATORS
Gy^^u<Aj_rht_^n^_%7>
deceased,     and    in the matter of the
"Administration Act."
Take notice that by order of His
Honor Judge Forin, n.ade the 26th
day of April, A.D., 1916, I was appointed administrator of the estate
of the said Samuel Allen, deceased,
and all parties having claims against
the said Samuel Allen, are required
to furnish same, properly verified, to
me on or before the 7th day of June,
A.D., 1916, And all parties indebted
to the said estate are required to
jay the amount of tbeir indebtedness
to mc forthwith.
ROBERT GORDON,
Official Administrator.
Dated at Revelstoke, B.C., this 3rd
day of May, 1916.
NOTICE.
child     population of school nce6 has
increased forty in a week.
Kaslo City Council has donated
•MOO towards the support of the Meth
odist mission yacht "lywill." The
yacht is used as a missionary boat
on Kootenay Lake.
According to Mr. Holmgren the
rnow at the high altitudes is of
greater depth than usual, and is, in
fact, as deep as three years ago,
when a record for recent years was
i stahlished.
In the County Court ol West Kootenay, holden at Revelstoke, in the
.'natter of the estate of Thomas McMurray, deceased, and in the matter
o! the "Administration Act."
Take notice that by order of His
Honor Judge Forin, n.ade the 26tb
day of April, A.D., 1916, 1 was ap-
Iiointed administrator of the estate
of the said Thon.as McMurray, de-
i eased, and all parties having claims
against the said Thomas McMurray
are required to furnish same, properly verified, to me on or before the
ith day of June, A.D., 1916, And all
parties indebted to the said estate
are required to pay the amount of
their Indebtedness to me forthwith.
ROBERT GORDON,
Official Administrator.
Dated at Revelstoke, B.C., this 3rd
day of May, 1916.
AFTER GRIPPE
Mrs, Findley Made Strong By Vinol
Severy, Kans.—"The Grippe left me
in a weak, nervous, run-down condition.
1 was too weak to do my housework and
could not sleep. After trying different
medicines without bcnefitVinol rest, red
my health, strength and appetite. Vinol
is a grand medicine und every weak,
nervous, run-down woman should take
it."—Mrs. Geo. Findley.
Vinol, our delicious cod liver and iron
tonic, sharjiens the appetite, aids digestion, enriches tlie blood, and builds up
natural strength and energy.
W.  Bews,  Druggist,  Revelstoke, B. C.
KINGSTON
ONTARIO
Cil$ QUEEN'S
'■-rK-^* UNIVBRSITY
Mm
ARTS EDUCATION
APPLIED SCIENCE
Including Mimm;. Chemiral, Civil, Mechanical and Bl-cfricnl Hneglneering.
MEDICINE
Purin* Xhe Wnr there will b« continuous
session* in fticdicine.
HOME STUDY
The Arts Course mny be tAken by entre-
ti,,,:i,l. nee. 1..U ttudents desiring to gradu-
ale must attend one icuion.
SUMMER SCHOOL     oeo. y. chown
JU-.Y AND AUCUST REGISTRAR
NOTICE.
il^oWJ^Lm.
fares J
:DRUO STORF5  V
The mild but sure laxative
with the pleasant taste
If you are bilious
cr constipated
Rexall Orderlies
Keep your System
ascleanasastone
jug rinsed with
cold spring water
15c. and 25c. boxes at  the
Rexall Drug Stores Only.
W. Bews
HEVKLSTOKK,  11. 0.
BWBBBMBB—
In the County Court ol West Kootenay, holde.n at Revelstoke, in the
matter of the estate of llantista
Torres, deceased, and in the'matter
of the "Administration Act."
Take notice that by order of His
Honor Judge Forin, n.ade the 20th
day of April, A.U., 1916, I was ap-
liointed administrator of the estate
of the said Bantista Torres, deceased, and all parties having claims
against the said Bantista Torres are
required to furnish same, properly
verified, to me od or before tbe 7th
day of June, A.D., 1916, And all parties indebted to the said estate are
required to pay the amount of their
indebtedness to me forthwith.
ROBERT GORDON,
Official Administrator.
Rated at Revelstoke, B.C., this 3rd
day of May, 191G.
NOTICE.
In the County Court of West Kootenay, holden at Revelstoke, in tho
matter of the estate of John Zachary, deceased, and in the matter ol
the "Administration Act."
Take notice that by order of His
Honor Judge Eorin, n.ade tbe 26tb
day of April, A.D., 1916, I was appointed administrator of the estate
of the said John Zachary, deceased,
and all parties having claims against
tbo said John Zachary are required
to furnish sain., properly verified, to
mo on or before the 7th day of June,
A;IM, I'JIG, And all parties indebted
to the said estate an l.-|lnre.i |
the amount of their indebtedness to
me forthwith.
ROBERT GORDON,
Official Administrator.
Dated at Revelltoke, B.C., this 3rd
day of May, 1916.
NOTICE.
In the County Court of West Kootenay, holden at Revelstoke, in the
matter of the estate of Hamuel Allen
NOTICE.
In the County Court ol West Kootenay, holden at Revelstoke, in the
matter of the estate of Wosyl Boyko,
deceased, and in the matter ol the
"Administration Act."
Take notice that by order of His
Honor Judge Forin, made the 26tb
day of April, A.D., 1916, 1 was ap-
j.ointed administrator of tbe estate
of the said Wosyl Boyko, deceased,
and all jiartics having claims against
the said Wosyl Boyko are required to
furnish same, properly verified, to me
on or before tbe 7th day of June,
A.D., 1916, And all parties indebted
to the s-iid estate are mquired to pny
the amount of their indebtedness to
me forthwith.
ROBERT GORDON,
Official Administrator.
Dated at   Revelstoke, B.C., this 3rd
day of -May. 1916.
 i ____	
NOTICE.
In the County Court of West Kootenay, holden at Revelstoke, in the
matter of the estate of Julia Ringer,
deceased, and in the matter ol the
•• Administration Act."
Take notice that by order of His
Honor Judge Forin, n.ade the 26th
day of April, A.D., 11116, I was appointed administrator of the estate
dl the said Julia Ringer, deceased,
and all parties having claims against
the said Julia Ringer are required to
furnish same, properly verified, to nie
on or before the 7th day of June,
A.D.. 1916, And all parties indebted
to the said estate are required to pay
the amount of their indebtedness to
me forthwith.
ROBERT GORDON,
Official Administrator.
Dated at Revelstoke, B.C., this 3rd
day of May, 1916.
C. B. HUME & CO., LTD.
Revelstoke Departmental Stores
Wa aim to give maximum
wj.u At mtninum prloo
DRY   GOODS   DEPARTMENT
NEW EMBROIDERY, on fine cam-
brie and longeloth, at 5, 10, 15,
25c.
NEW   FLOUNCING     l.ACES  and
Embroideries, at 7'ic, $ioo,$i.50.
Ladies WHITE COTTON KNIT
VESTS AND DRAWERS, special  at  16,  20 and 25c.
NEW   LINEN    TORCHON    LACE
at, per doz., 50c.
NEW LACES  AND  EMBROIDERIES. Fine riauen Lace edges at
5, 10, 15c.
NEW SWISS EMBROIDERY, on
Fine Organdy, for Collars and
Edgings, etc., 10, 15, 25, 35c.
CHUMS ENGLISH PRINTS, real
Navy Indigo Blue, i'2 inches
wide, 20c.
AMERICAN GINGHAMS, 27 and
30in. wide, big lot of patterns
and colors, 15c.
A Lot of WHITE WEAR, Ladles'
Gowns, Skirts, Corset Covers,
Combinations, etc..  at 9dc.
NEW WASH MUSLINS in tho
large floral etiects. for Indies'
Waists and Dresses,  at 25c.
CHILDREN'S ROMPERS in good
wash Prints and Percales, at
50c.
MEN'S FURNISHING AND SHOE DEPARTMENT
HOT WEATHER SPECIALS
We are ready for the high temp
eratures, are you?
If not, comp to us and we will
solve your difficulties.
elastic   knit, two weights at .,50c
and .7f>c per garment.
SUMMER WEIGHT COMBINATIONS
A pure wool Stanfield very light
weight if-I.T'i per suit
BALBRIGGAN UNDERWEAR
FOR MEN
Choice lines of Cmsdian  manufactured  goods.   They  all bear
Hie famous Stanfield Label. Nice ' Perfectly made with  elastic ribb
\V. G. &. R. COTTON' COMBINATIONS
inserts Short bes and no pbevta
Price $1,50 per Suit
BOYS COTTON UNDERWEAR
Combinations with long legs snd
long sieves. A nicely made com
fortabln garment   Price Toe suit
HOYS TWO PIECE   UNDER-
\\ EAR
Short   sleeves   and   short   leg*,
Price ■".."> • garmi ot.
GROCERY  AND   CROCKERY  DEPARTMENT
CANADIAN MADE MARMALADE  PANCAKE AND SYRUP SEASON
Try a jar of Express at 25c. or
a tin of King Beach at 75c.
Head and Leaf Lettuce, Cauliflower, Celery, Radishes, green
Onions and Parsley.
TRY OUR LARGE PRUNES,
WHITE FIGS AND APRICOTS—
THEY ARE  DELICIOUS.
Self Rising Buckwheat Flour in
package!.
Rogers Pure Sugar Syrup, 2, 5,
10 and 20 pound tins.
Pride of Canada Pure Maple
Syrup, quarts and half gallon
tins.
Crown Brand Corn Syrup, _. and
5 pound tins.
Lyle's English Syrup, 2     pound
tins.
i
Maple Flavored  Syrup in quarts
_ and 1 gallon tins.
Premium Ham, Dominion Ham,
Premium Breakfast Bacon, Domirj-
lon Breakfast Bacon, Pea Meal
Back Bacon, Back Bacon and
Cooked Ham.
NOTICE.
In the County Court of West Koot
enay, holden at Revelstoke,     in     tho
matter    of    tbe   estate of Elizabeth
fane Long, deceased, and in the matte:    t; the "Administration Act."
Take notice that by order of His
Honor Judge Forin, n.ade the 26th
day of April, A.D., 1916, I was ap-
polnted administrator of the estnte
of the said Elizabeth Jane Long, deceased, and all parties having claims
r.gainst the said Elizabeth Jano Long
are re|iiired to furnish same, properly verified, to me on or belore the
7th day of June, A.D., 1916, And all
parties indebted to the said estate
ore required to pay the amount of
iM-'i! indebtedness to me forthwith.
ROBERT GORDON,
Official Administrator.
Dnted at   Revelstoke, B.C., this 3rd
day of May, 1916.
WATER NOTICE.
Take notice that A. J. Macdonell
whose address is P.O. Box C, Revelstoke, B.C., will apply for a License
to take and use twenty inches of
water out of Yates Creek, whicb
flows westerly and drains in to Williamsons Lake at a point about half
way on thc East side of the Lake
and 500 feet S.W. of a mound on the
S.E. corner of Sec. 23. The water
will ba diverted Iron, tbc stream at a
i.e.nil near the line between Sees. 14
..ml Ml, below' thc West fork of Yates
Creek and will be used for irrigation
and domestic purposes upon tbe lard
described as Si L.S.D. 2, Sec. 26, Tp.
23, Range 2, West of 6th Meridian,
and land NJ of N.E. J Sec. 23, Tp.
23, Range 2, West of 6th M., Plan
12-17. This notice was posted on the
ground on the 2tith day of April,
1916. A copy of this notice and an
application jmrsuant thereto and to
the "Wnter Act, 1914," will be filed
in the oflice of the Water Recorder at
iti , Istoke. Objection., to the appll-
eatiOD may be tiled witb the said
Water Recorder or with the Comptroller of Water Uights, Parliiunen
Buildings, Vietoria, B.C., within 30
days after the flrst appearance of
this notice in a local newspaper. The
date of the 1st publication of thia
notice Is May 6, 1916.
A.  J. MACDONELL,
Agent,
Ladies and Gent's
Tailoring   Shop
CLEANING AND
PRESSING
Opposite Revelstoke Club
FRED  LOW
Late of Parisian Dve Works
GOLD RANGE LODGE, No. I»
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Meets every Wednesday .vealng
at 8 o'clock, in Selkirk Hall.
Visiting brothers cordially in-
TlUd.     W. POTTRUFF, C. C.
R. GORDON, K of R. 8.
KOOTENAY  LODGE,  No.  li.
A. F. ant A. IC.
Regular Meetings nre beld la
New Masonic Hall os the Eoartk
Monday In each month »t I p.m.
Visiting brethren tie cordially
welcome*.
Jf.   C. R. SKENE, W.  M.
ROBT.   GORDON,   Swstsry
JimL   !
Revelstoke, B.C., May 1, 1916.
The available newly surveyed land
In Township 21, Range 1, West of tho
itb Meridian will be open to Homestead entry by eligible applicants on
tbo 1st day of June, 1916, at nine
o'clock a.m.
Particulars a* to the available
lands in this Township n.ay be obtained from the Agent of Dominion
Lands nt Revelstoke.
T.  J. WADMAN,
Agent Dominion Lands
Patriotic
Fund
Please pay your
Subscription to
the Canadian Patriotic Fund to
the Molsons Bank
or to R. Gordon,
Secretary
WM PARKY,  Auction."'i'
Established a I Tapping  Block
I will sell your Household
effects or Property, I will also
repair and repolish your fur-
nature, or buy them outright
iMiotic :i,Vi
i;.-. Mil
SELKIRK  LOl_Gl-  No.  11
I. O. O. F.
Meeets every  Thursday  evening li
Selkirk   Hall  at  8 o'clock. Visiting brethern cordially lnvite»d.
,T LMBS M. GOBL0, N. G.
JAMES MATHIE. Secretary.
Revelstoke Lodge
NM    1086
LOYAL  ORDER
OF MOO*K
Meets every  necond
and Fouiil. Tuesdaj
in   Smythe's    11.11.
Visiting Brethren are. cordially invited.       ALLAN K. FYFE, Die,
H. L. HADO.Sec.
GOOD POLICY
It's good policy to think ofthe future
It'sstill better policy tO provide against
the misfortunes it may have in store
for you. The surest way of protecting
yourself and family is a
LIFE tNSURANOB POLICY
with a reliable company. The high
financial standing and long business
career of I lie Kootenuy Agencies
makes it absolutely trustworthy,
Yonr time nmv be near at hand.
Don't delay.   Take out a policy now.
KOOTENAY AGENCIES. Ltd.
A. E.  KlNCAIt)   MrninfM-
E. 6. Burridge d Son
Plumbers and Tinsmiths
We ip<ecialiEe iu
Metallic Callings, Corrugated Roofing, Furnace Work and up-
to-date Plumbing
Work
Work Shop -Connaughl  Ave.
REVELSTOKE      -      -    H.C.
REVELSTOKE NURSERIES
CUT FLOWERS  & PLANTS
Phone 066
DR   T   HEARD
JENTI8T
OVBR     IMPERIAL     BANK I
t
THE   MAIL-HERALU.    REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,    MAY  20,  1 116.
s_a.
\
BRIEF LOCAL NEWS
Tl.   R.   Atkins has
Vancouver.
rceurncd     from
W,  Boyd ol Halcyo
•    toki
Monday      Mrs. W.   V. Anstie left lu:;t week on
a short visit to Winnipeg.
0. T.  Blbb returned to    RevelBtoke
on Tuesday,
W. Hornell  returned from    Toronto
on   Monday
i Lee of ' tied to
ii
C.  Hairsine of Vernoi        Istered at     A,  Bishop e.f Nelson     registered al
the  Hotel  Revel toke on Monday,       .the Hotel  Revelstoke on Sunday,
WM   J.   C - ' 'in.nl
- trip i i  /an ouvei
from   a
the
\ .   -Smith
ill. and  Mr?
Vrrowhi .
.1. Hinds
Danie of Glacier    registered     at     The Home    Guards are     holding
King  Edward hotel  on Tuesday,     lance [n the drill hall on Muy 24.
M.    \ M ■    ■ !      ! Miss      was
Revi     '  iki .-' .ml.iy.
eef v .mr,niver     registered
Revelstoke on Monday.
i;   M  rd. •■ li   if Mi ■,n.i.-us   reg! I ei i A
at tl     Hoi     R .' "Mt, ke on Monday.
Mrs. Corson ol Fernie was a guest
at ih.'  Hotel Revelstoke on Monday.
Thi   Revelsl ike  l.awi:  Tenuis   club's
new pavilion is   rapidly nearb
pletion,
Li 'i:t. C, MM Richardson ot Nelsou
registei ed at the Hotel Revelst. i m
Monday,
"
M  ■
I
■ n wai   a
Edward hotel on  |. neland
Mrs..I.  |i.  Burfield    ai .1     bi n     left
Monday     on     a six  mouths visit to
Ai, C Skaling of Enderby   register-
i d at the     I Mei"!  Ri velstoke on Sunday,
l-M McClui e eef pi ntk'iou registi "'I
at tho Kim Edward hotel on Tuea-
day.
Vi. ll. li. Ladner ol Vernon    n i li
i .red at  the    Hotel     Kevelstoke    on
Sunday.
■    II    Ki ys eei     Nelson was a
Kini   Edward hotel     on
B   R,  llsley e.f Armstrong     was   a
ii   tbi   K in    Edward hotel on
Tui ■•■'
ne!    Mrs.  il.  II.   Havies of Ar-
vere l he guests ol Mr. and
Hind .en Me ui lay,
MM Robinson and     Mrs. Lorina
rer    guei ts at    the     King
Edward hotel on Moi day.
W,  Bews is making    an     attractive
thi ...        See bis adver
tise'  ■ ■■    ,,   ,. . .ij,,.,   column.
Leon ird   if Salmon     Arm     is
ii Is :n Revelstoke   11,  has
: -     .as service.
Mrs. \. I'M Mc( arthj of Hoss Peak
'■.as among the guests ar the King
Ed .\ .ii.l hotel on Monday.
.1 Sudden, S. Hillyard and T, L.
B '■ 'ee i ol Nelson registered at the
KiiiL-  Edward Mote! on Monday.
Among the guests at tbe Hotel
Revelstoke on Sunday were .1. X.
Ruttan and G.  ll.  Hilts ol     Vandor-
ni'eef.
Thos,
couver
health.
Bain   Mas   retlll ned   from   \ ali-
and     is     niueh Improved iu
Johnston,    l-M  Kir.
A.
Was-
Mrs. ,1. Allen lelt on Monday for
England to ioin her husband who is
attached to the 54th Battalion.
Mrs. Lashley Hall was appointed
one of the organizers oi the B '.
Political Equality League at a session of the convention! held at Vancouver lately.
Uo not throw burning matches,
cigar and cigarette butts, or live
a sins     of pipes where tbey are likely
coiiv
the international
joy smoke
is the real
tobacco for
jimmy pipes
and makin's
citrarettes
I!   ' ■     '    -       Ouy Turner     and A.
rner of   Enirland     registered at
the Hoi "   toi '   oi   Monday.
II
kett,   W.   IM   Reid  and E,  P, Henry  oi   to come Into contact witb any
Arrowhead     registered     at  the  King  bustible material.
Edward hotel on Sunday.
Thomas   Kilpatrick,  government  en-
The regular monthly meeting of tho glneeri    haa practically completed ar
W.A,.   .1  Si.  Peter's   church    will    bo rangements for the construction oi a
beld   Thursdaj  alternooni, May 25, at  bridge over the Pena d'OrleUe     river
the bome of Mrs. Jollifle First  St.       ;,t     Waneta,     The'  estimated cost is
At   Hi.     i..eettng     of     the     School   ?15'°°°-
Board     held on Wed light the
i esignal i. m   ol S. s. i !i ,i pi in
i [pal of i li ntral school  and m     Miss
powei I        Ikirk s. boo!  ,' ere ac-
Mr. and Mrs. B. Clarke of Trail
were the guests ol Mr. and Mrs. L.
C,  Masson on Thursday en route     to
coast     cities    where they will Bpend
Ei     Roi bii      .■ ho was operated on  rented
... ' their   lionevinoon.      Mrs.  Clarke    was
'•:.'• .rl e   hospital     last ,. ,      *   ,
i    another column ai p .-; i full par-  '■^'"■^ Miss Woodhall of Hevclstoke
ticulars im connection     with the Uni-  and     has     many friends in the city.
IM  .1. Sutherland of Golden    wns in   versity df  Britisl la Company  T1"'-v    K"] return to Trail via Spok-
: durinp  the week In     con    r.utii Overseas Battalion, C.E.F.   All ane'
the     Supremi   Court  enquiries should  be addressed to offi-
nmandlng MM , I B.i Company
Pub . iverseas Battalion, Corner lOtb
i nd  I anrel  SI ree B.O.
^ ~"_<       1 m~-
Back up and get a fresh start!
For men who got away to a false start on a pipe
cr home-made cigarettes Prince Albert has a
word or two fer what ails their smokeappetites!
Forget you ever tried to smoke, for Prince Albert is so
different, has such a line flavor, 3nd is so cool and cheerful
and friendly, you'll get a new idea of smoke joy! The
patented process cuts out bite ond parch! Prince Albert
has always been sold without coupons or premiums. We
prefer to give quality!
This little talk is also for mon who think they're on tlie
1 ight trade. All to be said is that thc sooner you lay out
Lhe price for a supply of Prince Albert, the sooner you'll
make a discover,.' that'll be worth a lot to your peace of
mind and tongue! If your dealer cannot supply it, ask him
I Prtnc. Amen .. .„.«.   to secure Prince Albert through his whole-
.h,"u'*nu\h?H?il: VSi   saler. Get the idea of smoking all you want
Mr!kunthlti-if.°nd   without a comeback— that's P. A.!
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO  CO., Winston-Salem, N. C, U. S. A.
On the ttvtra siitr of tl.', tin ■ red
•___ yoa vill rt._: "Prncera- P-'.: erci
J.J, J.lh. 1907." vhirS hal not
there men ,m__f-   .....ib wlicre ono
u V_c_ btlu.c !
A , = : ■■„«
The d i. i   ..'.
Capt.McCulloch ol     Walter,     Nova FOR BALE!—Baby Buggy and Blelgh      lirst class   condition.     Also
Scotia,  who hns beco     visiting     bis     practically   new.     Apply    Dominion     Rnnj;e.  Apply Mail-Herald.
lay   sons in  Kevelstoke for    the past year.    Express Oflice. , '	
Steel
•    i:   T Colquhoun ol    Vancou
mm,, i'i Company   C.A S.C.,
' t   to     Ri
oi
.a  the    city
thi •   \.   McR ii. Jr.,   who lelt     Ri vi I
uh     Battalion     has
n  London.
what
tl shi nld re-
thanks
'.' i   what thi iper     krows
i       t 1 -i '  •   -
:
■
the
"th.
ol the seven year old son 0«     Victor  )ms ,.,,tm.nPd to niB home.
Talvitie.     Canadian Pacific   Railway
'  '   '      '                              ■''>■     It R   Behrendt, ladies tailor lorCreaa-
I'ran    A   Granal ol this   city    bai                             met bis    death     by man & Co-| has returned    f,,r     the
'.as   won     ii'    J      '                                   ■  ■        lliin:      Into  Three Valley  lake  while spring  trade.    Ladies have yonr  suits
il for genera]                                                                                        The     funeral llla<ic early,
laminations in Toronto,     The  was "held from the und   I              imr-
0,-ilt  Coal for sale.  Sibbald  & Son.
 KOR   SAI,P.-Rinj_er     Drop     Cabinet
FOT!     BALE—Cheap.     DiniiiR   Room      Bewing  Machine, good  as new.  Call
Suite, quarter cut golden   oak,     ln     al 23 Second St.  East. M27pd
casb
from   a
hundred
'
■
1
'
■
M    -
'
-
on Thursday
5Tou can  ret money for old rubbers
if     you   bring     them to the Becond
/HEN Om  EDUCATION Hand store next to the Union Cloth-
Cni- ;n-' Store.
"il-',1     Special sile ol LAWN MOWBRS at
":e all price; at the    Sturdy     Hardware
a   IF  to   j,
Uow      yonr     example.
-     D _\     GET THE HARIT.-Place your flre
I       ! accident insurance with Chas. M.
among M*U_i  who represents only old     anil
.   t0 reliable companies.
■   In the     Thcre-s comfort  in  cooking     with
BRITISH COLOMBIA   Coursier's Conl.
COMPANY BANKHEAD BR1QUBTTES BTJR1
■ EF .1 •■ S   ' 7TALI0N C. E. F. nK*T-	
"" —
PUSSY FOOT SHOES - For tlio little ones, they are noise-
1      and will not slip on hardwood floors. Sizes 1 to 4 $1.40
HURLRUT WKLT CUSHION sni.K SHOES - button, lace
and ankle straps. Sizes 31 to li $2.00 to $2 25 .Sizes 8 to lOj
$2.40 to $2.75
SOCOSY SOFT SOLE SHOES AND SUPS (nr infants 35c
to .90c
HKV    oil!    WIMiiiW    nisi'l.W
Victoria Day WM- lu 'sday May 21. store closud all dny,  Open Tuesday
m y astintiii in i .ie.
cTWcRAE SHOE STORE, Howson Block
Phono III Sandals, Strap Slipper?., tmn
EMPRESS
WBmm -    *.F*
MEATF.E
M
'
I     in
PHONE   DAY OH NIOHT M0
Parisian Dye Works
■
leine I
■
I
i
■
Agents for
C inadian Apparel
Clothing  Ln.    1   ■ Men
td. of
i Mad< in
• i nd M
Cleaning and Pressing
in ( oii.'ih tinn
CHAS. M. FIELD
Flre Insurance [M51!,p£S.0,d]
Accident Insurance [" &&£%*•
Life Insurance Pf^ffiW]
Notary Public        Revelstoke        Real Estate
...... . ,.
ne -   ■
in ■ lie.
Mai
.,
Hi
'
e
Thi    -i    •    ■ •
A   ' on     V.y l.urd   Bulwei   ;   tl
'■■"♦ of fil-r   Matlnoc prlei "      I'lorwe* HawVlnn anet
oo,. ■   .    „n'n.-    10.   16,   III.Iron, l    '.lr-i"ir  •     or-.-e,     ;-r;.Tf.ll' v
V r,   ■ • i    rn     frnlei     [>1eM<>d   lr We
T'" - Oil  ei   Moi    co     ier.- 'KM nbeth'       It.- -.. ■ r ' ,■ r     with
■e-e..„„]    antl wtrh fed n     '■'   ■ ■     "    ■      ■ " bar
Bytittl "   the      rrle Itrint    •■ ■.    Ja    i ■!   r, r I'Mh'   rhOMB
• '1  Oh rrohmnn rnmeAy.  In rronn nt eon -p "
tt    nrte. 	
' V    Henri. t»n  CYnornnn   in    Tho      All   RoTnll   nrnrplete,     f.-frywhere,
Supreme Toot.     Tn  II  parti,  n rhnr piiftreantc Ttr\n1l     Orrtrrll.'n ne n enff
mfBs eorrMy flrnme.                            .md crntlr laxative,   1B< nnd ZBc hot-
! ee. at W. nowa'.
GALT    COAL
f OAl.f
1
v coAi^y
h
,,i ■ i
H'i
WIMIII'     1 l»  KI   I       VOI  \'l
insi i: wn;
01 \l."i   l'i HI,K
W. II. HOROBIN
Mi      e        i ,,       |»||            1 li i ii  |
WANT   ADVTS.
I'll/.!
Ud   I n' potatOM
n ale     Picked
■'   p  -
A t-    II     M     VI.Kin   '
It H n'lit
ffharf,     Reveletokt,
Ttuwliont,   Hfl ,   nnvrr    lirfn
Oo
new
UMd,
■po<On    .etire.  nnlilpr  rowlocke.  OOtB
with  pndillee nnd  Otn     Apply     to
Mnll Herald.
WWTMTl   Ornernl   Pnrvant,   or      girl
to .lee.iet    wltli  bOUMWOrk  nnd  cere
Ip^l iBJl IJIj^^
The purchase price of this famous
1881 Rogers Al Plate
WE give coupons with every 25c. pur-
chaic of all the high grade guaran-
leed  product! made  by  thc   United
Driiej; Company. Wc are willing to lose
money on the silverware to get you ac-
iiuainted with these goods, which arc stan-
(l.ii.l   in  their  line.
>>
Rexall Remedies
Lipid's Candies, Perfumes, Toilet Articles,
Bruihei, Stationery, Rubber Qoods, and
hundreds of other items, household preparations, etc. You cannot afford not to sc-
. ur. this popular silverware, when you tan
gel it on our half bought plan. As an cx-
ample, this teaspoon Ihat set's (or .'5c you
can get  lor 10c. with coupons.
of children       A|.j.)jr Mre   A
C|nn"(than.   linperlal  Bank.
P   He-
Bews' Drug Store
Where Rexall Goods Are Sold
KeUZi AJtt    «-_\
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