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Chief lumbering, railway, mln-
iUK, agricultural and naviea-
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and the Pacific ocean.
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Vol. i'3   No. 18
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KEVELSTOKE. B.C, SATURDAY, AIMIIL 22, I91G
$2.50 Per Y.
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1913 and 1911TAXE
BE PAiD OY JUNE
Will Either . iloor Suo Property Owners — Estim
ates ,'or Year Passed — lax Rate 3 Mills Low.ir
Tiian Last Year
Pf
.Eilbi
L m
,..:
The rogi li meet ing oi the city
, ouncil I ' In the council cham
ber   Ol M .'•    I:,. Ill .
Tin' i. " ■ Importanl questIon discussed wa thai "i the finances. His
Worship . il tined that Kevelstoke
had a greal percenitagi ol taxes
oul   : .    . 'ni    thai      they     had
to be colli' ted  in some  wa..   He did
not   bl i      bank for not advantu
ey,   Alderman Smythe
chairman o   tho Finance    committee,
:■ bl ilui the back taxes lor 1913-
1914 i collecte I if     the    city
clerk  in ■  d    ran:  taxpayer who
was in an and requested them to
rnaki   . tion ol a certain     sum
per month I   in a promise
from     the .      the balance by a
net date.
•   Aid. aid thai  the delin
quent  i had all 1 een     noti
tied   bu e,n,    very  little  in  the
LaBt   threi        nths towards     reducing
their le I r on ,1  a tax Bale
as soo lib]
Aid.  I constdei ed the better
plan v. Ud, Smythe     sug-
il  thought  thai  the delin-
pay u;
le could  bo
held
Al 1.    'mm on     Btated   thai as the
ei and real-
iz.'.l tl on ;   ti. run the city
had t.e A if this was not
done
113 I '..1   1 114
I
Aid.  I iame as
.Mil.      1 Me'   S     II.
I:    ■■ cided that the city
clerk  • ,1,'lin
quent I  Insist that all
and  1914   axes be
j.a:.'. the    city
Bale or sue
the • ,
• lie     year     were
'i.  "
less tie
of a 1 '        ta      rate,
22 mills, a
reili'i tio year.
The ■ log tax-
Clty t'lerk
.,■! e.i ar  it
was almost   Impossibh cure any
one to collect  these as no one
to relish the    work.   Fin ill;   I lonst •
ble Ga a 11  had ace. p ■ A the work at
a commission ol   V   pi       cent.,    and
he had   collected     a     much     largei
number of dog taxes     thun had evi r
bi. a colled i el in i he   past,   it     was
eh cidi .1 to offer the jol   to Coi
Garnett  this year at  the   Bame remu-
a i at Ion.
Tli" Mayor Bald that    many     complaints had been  made with refsrenca
ne cat! le   ie r ies and     "hickens     de-
■a was decldi d  to
. c    i a pound keepei
Aid. Smythe asked the ci uncil if it
was uot pos dbli to tal e teps to
i onn dj I h ■ un lanitarj way in w hich
the Chlnar i a ■ ddled theii
m; ib, stating that their waggons w ire
in a  vi Itary co idition.   The
attei      i\   i   referred to 1 i.v i'
:t tee.
1   li   i . Rivei
de Nui    ,    -    ofteri ty  bpe
cial    rOl ' e.e, •, l'"t.
il   ' ii -:, ucted  to     have     I it..
I   look lnt
i er   ui I asc xtain
that " i required.
A  lettei   . . ei fi on,     I-..
Trimble tl
tin   i      lal ons «Ith re ;ard    t
on the road to   lie
[ei.. ate
bad I •       .'d.
\     lei, er     from G,   V. Sttmso i  ,-.
ad    mo I.
■
■
.' li the
e ip. made- .ip. ofli r ol - for the
$6,000.00.
report     trom Chli    ot 1 ■ 'iicr J.
Hi    nr .I wijh referenci     to
tore e.n the corni i ol
First street and Robson avenue,
which bad I een repi i ti el as being In
.in unsan , i v -tat •. 1 le had ex-
.1111111"'' found their:
to he In a very diss
r i    occuj   at s will i r . ■ "ii a ■■■■
!   Ol  ll   "      t el.!....        V   Hi f) | (> ,.
and  failinp  this
, he place w 111 be el.
A detaili
• .1 the i ■
on First
■
Vaudeville Numb ab! tian
Of Operetta Would 1)3 Credit to Pro
G.ioruo ai .11 Sue;
Crowded
AU Cen. s Have Begun
..monts
Will Be
7
ial
Bo.
fer Trial
i rl  on    Thursday,
. i',.   M'n'hili
and       - api .■ red betore A. E.
Km. i ;ed     with     Bhop-
ere    com   itte:,l     for
■trial, tb        thi     boys
lolai pool     room
and ■   ■    on Tuesdaj   night
but   ■ bleed al  .en.-,   by tbe pro-
evidently     did not have
sutiii ie carry     oul     th. ir
plana, ■,   tbe reai  di or.
Chiel o i .1 tho
trio o
The News From
Thres
Margaret Nelson is    spending
vara tn'll      with  the
folks.
Mr, A. Rutherford  sob a     business
caller in  i    elsl il •• Wednesday.
Vi.   II   els' I   l.adn  i .   B.C.,   will
spend hi itei holidays with his
mot hei here, Mr. Houston is principal of si he ol at Ladner.
Mr.   M, ei InCBS      vimt
to Revelstoi i on Tu.sdny.
Mi. Job a    inn esteadei
Metlkan,   ipent  a few days in
stoke rei ently.
Mi        H usti ii and  Mildred   '
will Bpend a hart of tin  Ha ter i n s
tion nt  Vernon and    in    Revi
witb "hi frl.nds.
Rowland   Ih   to   have  a   !•   nli'iit drn-
tlii     ii ii. ir hom
\ ancoun •
Vrchd ■■ Beet, a r   ri tu rwldetnt
. i Kaslo, ' < ii'iu al ed Ills golden wed-
.In n  Wi'dnesdny.
something
different
Select Program      New   .
& Dances -Exceiie.it Orchestra Proceeds Red Cross
On M
■
House,
Te. those wh
"different" and
Is assuri d a pleasant . vi a
the  west that
■
Thc     Ma
There will
gi am, mei idlng the newest sonj
1
tread the "light (ant    I
sic be-
'.-
nd there ,vlll be
small tabl ■ whi n
i coffee wm i., r,. and
here will  al^o he a culinary table, a
candy table and th, nnd
•i-     '.i,a h   .'•  1 be a
ic and
bright laces wlll
dny.
And last, bul not  li    I   •
and
■■'    ' ■   ,
.
e
'
:ti    lavi
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it
ton
T-e     ;,      |.H"Ml  e]      li       ,    • " ,'" I'V      .'.•
ual  in winch  was filled  with 11
■ atificat     i,     tb
lers and j I  .-'
cited .    . enter
Revel-
■    .       . i,   Too
ccorded  B, S.
.
: nd     the       teaching       st ill,       for
i hi     splendid     . -. iugb   man-
whlch     each child ti aim el
part.
:'l.  '   IB     i.        tW  e        J) TtS,
ied     oi
d  • Ule     num ci :   ut     in
,     i ,,, the Jap-
ttrysan-
themum."
■ <• irtaln i .se     on     a     ' i
esentire    I       '■ I lo
il song dl
eau had i i ly ar-
true to
the countries
much to add I
Those
part in this wi aim.a.
Miss   '. iliss M.
Miss     K.     Powell;
Mrs. Mi a, Miss
. . Gn ^e      t   Patrick;
D    i ■. ■> mt
'   -    - Cauada,    Miss L.
and
■
Man
, ed    by
o    I
■
,vas . a,   of the
■    > e.;. ,i nu     • the    program, the tiny     tots keeping    thu
'.: ghoul  their
entire appearand   befoi th      I ot-
girls'    ;. in this
Doll;      She   erd, Fn
: ii  Kil-
•   - li ha I,    Margaret
:
• a.  Evclj n
Frey.
i illfte   C whato .- al .    . vorlte
i   "lie tt
more   won    bei
peari 1 In .1 jaunty ke. and
, :    . ach
iweetly
Fin s Burn-
ing," with full     chorus of pupils and
'CO.
When
■
■
each lo
■ .1     the
■
ade up this
ChiUg    t'lllllr-,e-
witb     fan
M TV
Dav
Iwards,
Goodwin,
I
I • ■ ■       Helen
land      Hazel     Tapi i ■■    Innle
Foe,    l.M
i     .• More,
■
ns, Nellie Watt,
■
D rothj    Di •.'  '. Jean Haywan
i ithaleen Me lnt
on, the
rotta
U   ' ml    it
Is safe tn   »»y  n   heti. thoi
Highly    enjoyed    production    never
boards ol either ol tl a
would
•
nterl-ir
eirenlts.   Tl turning
times during
■ II  '.'i\.     ibounded
I
'     e, a    , ■ i,  ritv. and   tO
thnt    Revelstoke bus talent
Its li. irdei.-   seci md I o m me In
lhe' Dominion.
:       ay v        i tl ■   '  i ■ foi-
TllO      '■     .e',   -        ,    .       1 . \.M
, i arden.
'I he pi were:
a. ess  Chr; I	
.Mrs.  it. SqUan
■  .-■''■ Tru         Mr.   J,  Hay
i SH       Edmund  Kincaid
n   Murie   l.yi i '.•
To)   .MM,;     •
e   Eyes   Robt. Lav. rence
,., tterfiy     Oliffe Ca hat.
Of these too   much     cannot   be said
i  was par exi i   dlfler-
• nl   roles.   Whili  it. would  be     invidi-
iei discriminate, on.' cannol  ovei
i    the fact that litl     Oliffi
ind i.e. ".1 in a
in the suci
on  in  I he  part     of     Butterflj,
da nty and elusive as any
i butterfly  chat  flits a
■  ner.   Thi Be lu charge
,.[ i he pa ' e  when
d tl      sen ie e:     ol     Mrs.
■ to poi tray the title
r. e I
is always   a favorite witb bee
audience,     and    appeared perhi    • t.
'   i    ever     .   o
i rous     pers nalitj
was In i ;'e     ..    ,   ■
■
,   r   of the    M.   pi; or v hy-and \
■
The vnr bi Me      and
"ii".1 and it was hard
tl it  only six weeks bad
iu     their     preparation.
Spe lal nt ml ad • ol
Mrs,     S
Mr.  Martin,  Mr. J.
Hay,   ■ .Incald    and     I
by  .Mrs.   s
Hay was
■
■     ' e  vill
'
Th as:
Ruth      I.ind
'  , ., Lyttli    Doi
own,
■i       turne,     Wendell
rot,      im uce
! t        '
Do  Foe, ' son.
Macl Annie
e '        '   '.I'ils, 1'. a
rta Ho
11
Ro \:"ii"   ii   I-
lants,
:  igdlri,     F
■ eiwin,   Ruth
• • Dod
\il'"n    1.  ■.. i- " iii'.arct
■ran,   : ...     Sophie
. ,     Bell,  i:ii- nr Robblrn,  Elsie
Hay,     v1-  it. ..•
:
: "haid      I..".   i. n.
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1 I'.Md,      .lohn
Frank
Porta.
i Ion Is due I harl f.,r
I  md efficient     manner in
red  the   difficult     nr-
iiiinient.
Shnmpoo your bead    with    Rexnll
nlv hy the Rexall  Di ■•■   W.
Tt.'ws.
With tl     Royal i now
under way,   Premier  Scott     1
from     tho     . to  1
M.i own, He Mn    ai
Itives back  in the i
.
b d alleged .tl
deparl i .• nl, tin
i; -1 in !.  el    . ..
'.     elllll
:
turned to I he ■■ :     M
at the
ore i omm i     on. This
llrsl       '   ilon      odaj   tl
two     months
,'e'ci.illy     inter   : phase
the chat
partment  Is in rtfolii
spent two   '.
a I"-    with     Pr mier Norris and Attorney G. iv I'M   I   I
ft is said trip
was ;,   Into
the   Maniti
; crookedness in  publii ne       in     that
pi.. ?ini e
nents at   I i build
ings probe.
It is no si   ■ i'i!.• of th
numerous     denials   ■ I   ■
I at  i be  iiiv.- tigations iu     the
tWO I'M'
■ .' e   '. i ■■ powerful fi
ei
by which
re is, o ce ot this
i  .
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thi
nt    in     Maniti
Sco i  iin.i'P.t
nt.       ij
Tomorrow   the   Haultain    Ci
f-ion     will
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jury  '
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NOTICE
Ml advei i ts muni lm
h nded In to thn Mail Hi '.;
i. ■" by Thursday nights to
ensure insertion in Sal day's
paper,
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rent, In whb tates   In
his    In be work  he
f.mie 1    . and   is
by Mr,   \    St. Laui
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the Mn Mi  depat I neers,  Mr.
Valllqtiette, who In his very full and
exh nu si ■    if tei     a
•round,
tatetl
truth In the
lory,    a"'     (.
classification ol material
returni
Thc   Opposition bavins made about
nil the political capital  they ran out
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• - PA OK TWO
es—————
THE MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
'SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1918.
Zhc n&ail-lberalb
Published every Saturday at
KKVKLKTMKK. II.  I'
cTVIii'i-Herald Publishing
Company, Limited
F.  E. blGOT, Manager and    Editor,
AT  THE  THEATRES
THOSE     WONDERFUL    RUSSIANS
Mischel Cherniavsky today is recognized     as being among the first few
greatest 'cellists in   the    world.   The
studies under Herbert Wallen of London.
The    Cherniavskys will appear hero
Friday,  April 28.
TOMORROWS SERVICES
'...,....,
Cufj-ga-efSE^E)
St.  Francis church,  McKenzie Ave.
cello in his hands becomes a string- cnd Fifth Btreet, Pastor, Rev.   J. C.
services:— Low
High MasB   at
Miscbel     Cherniavsky    was born in 10:30 a.m.  every     Sunday.      Sunday
Odessa,    Russia,  November 2nd, 1895, school for the children at 2:30 p.m.,
and gave early indicu+ions of coming I'.enediction and Rosary at 7:30 p.m.,
troops be punished, talent.   It is said of him that at the Confessions Saturday ■! to G and 7:30
intimated    that President Wilson wil
older    the withdrawal,  but as Ameri- ed  organ    expressing  every gamut of MacKenzie.   Sunday
can    lives have been lost, such an or- the emotions. , Mass at 8 a.m. and
der would probably be made only on
condition that the nssuilants of the
United     states
The refusal of Carranza to acced- to age of six he was taken by his father to 9 p.m. and Sunday mcrnfng 7:30
that demand would surely make War to hear a great Russian 'cellist nam- to 8. Weeks days:—Mass every morn-
unavoidable. cd Wersbilowitz,     and the little Mis- '"g at 7 o'clock, Confessions     before
FROM THE  SANCTUMS
'SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1916.
THE OPPOSITION MEM3ERS
The Opposition members at Victoria are collecting vast amounts of
information. In the votes and pro-
reedings of Tuesday, April 6, Mr.
Macdonald Is shown to have asked
four questions after notice, and Mr
Brewster seven, all ol which were
duly   answered.   On the previous day
.Mr. Brewster asked ten, to which the   ,_.,, ,■  ,,,„,,: ,  ■ ._       ,     j, . —___
ish l olumbla, and in some cases it is  hardly    slept by night or ate by day
ministers     made     replies.     On     the deplorable.-Victorlan. for love of his great treasure; and so
eleventh  instant   Mr.  I'arker  Williams   some weeks and months went on, and
in::,   along    with seventeen, and Mr.
Brewster with six.    Replies were duly
chel was so moved by the sad sweet Mass. First Fridays —Mass ac 8 a.
melody that he began to cry, alter- m-- Benediction and Rosary at 7::iO
wards     beseeching   his father to buy P- tn,
^^^^^^^      him a 'cello,     and   teach him to try 	
Tlie average   man bas lots to learn and play     "the   same wonderful mu-
in  politics,    lie  imagines  that  a poi- sic,"  but at first thc father l'-ughed, ' ununun
Itical opponent is a personal enemy and said, "that only someone -very
and that an ordinary conversation on clever could play the 'cello.'" How-
conditions    must be a bitter partisan ever,  the boy so persisted    that     at
argument.     We    notice     considerable  last a 'cello was bought for him. and „',""." r T
-■H School   at  2
Holy Communion every Sunday at
8 a. m., and first Sunday in month at
11 a, in. Morning prayer at 11 a. m.
Evening prayer at 7.30 p. m.  Sunday
of this side of human nature in Hrit- he  was  happy  beyond      words       and  , „ ".   "' '.".'   "
   _     '. _ . '      .       for sailors and soldiers
30 p. ni.   Special  prayers
MRTHoniST CHURCH
Calgary Morclng Albertan (liberal): ,llB father was well repaid with the Easter music and Easter hymns!
The proposed B.C. workmen's com- eager attention the boy gave to hiB will be the special feature of Easter j
pensation act seems to be about the nrst music lessonB. After a brief per- Sunday in the Methodist church,
given. Then the next day Mr. Brew ^^ (hit hag ^^ ^^ adopted in io(1 of home practising with his fath- .norning 11 a.m. and evening 7.30
bter cave notice of seventeen ques Canada, and probably In America. It er> Mischel was sent to study under p.m. Discourses by the pastor will
tions    and    Mr.  Williams  of  six.   On, is     founded     upon    the Ontario act,  Professor  Popper  ot Budapest.    Here  deal with the high themes of tne day.
which  is very complete aud thorough he remained for one year,    and    was 	
and    seems to be an improvement to   ,n"n  made very proud by his teacher      The     dog poisoner is at work     a
it.   The   Alberta    government    would telling him: "I have nothing more to   Penticton.   Bight canines turned     up
do    well    to make a careful study of teach     you "     Mischel completed his dead last week.
the    B.C.  legislation for the purpose ... .  _   —■ - :—: ————— —
another day Mr. Brewster and Mr.
nald ashed thirteen questions
and gave notice of eleven more. This
desire for information is laudable
but we fear that this is one of the dl introducing similar legislation
ways in which the Opposition mem- next session. The Alberta workmen's
bers are tiring themselves out. Ministers     do     not leave them the poor
compensation act is not up to date.
satlsfactii '. ot complaining that their
The British boast tbat the     Union
^^^^^^ Jack  is  a  safeguard to their citizens
questions are not answered. There lh(. World over is exemplified in Mex-
was a daj last montb when the Gov- ico. One American woman testifies
ernment exasperated Mr. IJrewster by that    the     Mexican  desperadoes   not
answering   forty-three    formal     ques   "nl-v have c» resPect fur'  the     StarB
and      Stripes,    hut  that  the  sight of
tions   md   Mr.  Macdonald  bv  answer- ,, „    ,       ,.       .   _.    ,
our emblem actually has the effect of
ing twenty.   Next  day  the tirst com   inciting     them    to outrages.   '"I am
plaint  was  made tbat    the     Govern-  utterly      ashamed  to  admit  it,"   she
rt iking the opposition to  --''''Vs.  "but    whenever trouble started
we began    t.i hunt for a Union Jack.
  It  was by no means,   a     bullet-proof
shield,      but    it    was  the only  Hag  1
THE M-XICAN MIX-UP ever saw'that Mexicans paid any def
erence to."     Iii illustration she cites
unsafe to prophesy   , , ,-,,., u
•   the case  . f a  young  Englishman  who
States il;il]    committed  suicide    Thinking be
was an American,    the Mexicans hur-
lug a shallow   hole and  were
about  to'put  him away  without cere-
^^^^_ ^^_ mony,  when they     learned he wns an
Funk there  was general     expectation  ,     ,   , '.,.,      .,
i:..   isl   cil   sen,    lhe oflicer in charge
that thi United States would go to immediately stopped the burial, or-
war with Germany, and    after     each  dered  the  body   preserved,    and     for
Muir days tried t. et in touch with
an English consul.—Pittsburg Chronica   '!'• M ri ..]>ll.
ingt.        '    rernmer.t     was   about  I
witb     Berlin.   It
was all  _u. ssw u Is,   ,
ran oi Ij  guess at thi I he W
son Administration will   f
CITY TRANSFER CO.
Baggage Transferred
Distributing Agents and Storage
GENERAL   DRAYING
FURNITURE   AND    PIANO    MOVING   A   SPECIALITY j
Phone 46-276 Night Phone 346
CURTIS   &   SWITZER
ment was
death.
it Is extremely
as tee thl   course  the  l'nited
Government  will take with regard ti
any   foreign issue, .-ays the Mail and riedly
Empire.      W-.v    the      Lusitania    v..,s
succeeding     submarine     outrage    wi
were     '• I  to  believe  that   the   Wash-
Eges
wa.
One of the best Investments you can make this winter is to
Buy a Pair of Skis
i izen m Telk-
and build up your health.
We have them in Asb, Hlekory   and Pine,
over.
Call and look   them
■   ilso cairy complete stock of MEN'S WEAR for city, mountains,  mine or bush.
Ff"RS BOUGHT at highest market prices.
F.  B. WELLS
Lower Town -REVELS TOKE
wards     Mi xico.   Th , \;
tion In pursuit  ol  \ ilia and  I
dits was undertaket	
nei
the ra      nt is t ■ tar;
civil             Me. But
ranza ent was gl\	
and eonditloi ll      I      t pei
the
Me.\i
any perati
ran'.' rs oi
ly ,  iuntl;. adval       _•
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i thai
v,   .1 s bai
wb, ther it merel;
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te. bave ri
lem
Carl tbat tbe expedit
be    withdraw      Befori
could Itt ■ a •
then       -        rus
•
ians Parrs I   ■
i  ,- ere tried t.
identifj
pel v.        • ittack;   but  in
<.f i a: rana • t di i and M i ■ ■ • li awal
it must ie. plaii that tbe American
trot; re in it inent danger ol at
tack, ■'. even ol annihilation, if
tbey do not • ■ ly tarn '. a.t. toward     their    own border,   Even on
then  return Journey they     wlll    he
i
threatened    by    Villa     sympathizers,
and by '.nlinary Mexican gunmen,
who hate tb( Americans and fear
tbat tLej havi designs upon the independence    of   their country.   It _ij
.
"
■action andThrift
1
TO ■••  - wi]] ensure listing peace, the Empire
tive power in men and in money.   From
ir financial strength by multiplying our
i   r.nomy, which reduces to the minimum
On!;.- in this way shall we bc able
i of so many of our workers from indus-
• nd find thc funds for its continuan.,     It
M  ipon our people that thc heaviest
t still ' industry snd thrift are, for those
on   ulirtir   faithful   fulfdna nt
may   ultimately  depend."
SIR TUOMAii  WHITE, Minuter „j Pittance
PRODUCE   MORE, SAVE   MORE.
MAKE   LABOUR   EFFICIENT.
SAVE MATERIALS FROM WASTE.
SPEND  MONEY  WISELY.
LET   US   PRODUCE   AND  SAVE
1 he War i1- nn» turn;'
Otin i -     men,   mini1: ion     food
to all is to produce more and more
.'        ,:■   to work harrier.    Ih.- place of those who
enlist   must   l.e  tnken  l.y those .it home,  men and
women, old and young.   The more we produce the
• we i .hi save     Produi farm    tnd
in thc garden      Save more and help to v n the war
LET US NOT WASTE OUR LABOUR
In this war-time all labour .Mould hedirecl pro
tlui tive or :• h., ii hi be assisting in production Make it
,i i ih. icnl at possible, If your Mil,our is on something
i' it . .hi l,e postponed, put it off till after the war and
make your labour tell now. Making war is the Br I
business of all Canadians, (efficiency in labour if si
important .,  efficiency in Bghttag,
LET   US   NOT   WASTE   MATERIALS—
rhe larger port ion ol  salaries
. rn on the home   food, fui I, light,
■.' •   i'ni,'    being   w., led I
Ij'i 'Ki a   . ' M  fi        ■    ■        ' very home in
I a  war del,I
1)0,000 HI He
LET   US  SPEND  OUR   MONEY   WISELY -
\t< ■ ■■' a."in v to the bi i advan
'    What do  ..■'. think ol cxtravaganti   in  war
' a nad ians  are duly
rf-'lri,;. for us at home.    I   it not ...o duty
to be careful and economical ? Canadian dollar are
ui important p..it ol the war Cf|uipmei i M.,ke ihcm
tell, Have a War Savings Account Huy a Wet
Bond
V.
THE   GOVERNMENT   OF   CANADA 3
THE   DEPARTMENT OF  AGRICULTURE THE   DEPARTMENT OF  FINANCE
pyi^_.i.4i_/raTO^^
PAID-UP CAPITAL, $7.U00,(KK)
KESKKVB FUND. $7,000,000
Imperial Bank
OF CANADA
I'-l.g Howland, Prelidcnl.
Ruabliihcd 1875.
B. Hay, GtDcral Maiiaf.r.
Drafts, Money Orders and Letters of Credit issued
available throughout the world.
Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Exchange.
Dealers in Government and Municipal Securities.
Savings Department at each Branch.
Interest credited half-yearly at current rates.
General Banking Business transacted. m
REVELSTOKE   BRANCH!    MCKENZIE AND  FIRST STS.
A.   B.   Mi CLENEGHAN,   Manager
W_?E??smT7fi_refsmTO
Sport Coats for Ladies
A  shipment of the very newest Spring
Coats.    Prices from 	
 _  $10 00 to 15.00
Ladies and Children's Middy Waists
These   Waists  are   made   of   the   best
quality Drill in   plain   white  and   with
navy, saxe and red  collars.    Prices	
 90c, $1.00 and 1.25
New Curtain Muslins
The very newest patterns and the best
quality curtain muslins, prices 20c & 25c
A nice curtain muslin with fancy colored
borders.   Special price 15c
cTHILLINERY
Our Millinery department is at its best.
We are showing all the latest styles and
the prices are moderate.
Fred Young & Co,
What's in a Name?
Well, lt just depends. When, you hear ol Hobson'a Bread
you naturally feel hungry. The crisp brown exterior and
ths appetising white Inside are both signs of the good
flour we use and the care we take to bake lt just right.
Try it for yourself—we do not fear the result.
Phone 41
HOBSO-tST'S
Box 734
Union  Hotel
A. P. L.EVKSQUK, Proprietor '.
FIRST STREET,  REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Delicious Vegetables, &c, fresh from own Ranch
O RI F M T A I Suitably furnished with the
V^ III i—m I «    I  t\ La choicest the market affords.
LJ^^"1"P| Best   Wines,    Liquors   and
IV,/       L_ Lm Cigars.     Rates   $1 a   day.
J. Albert Stone, Proprietor Monthly rates.
Jack Laughton, Proprietor First Street, Revelstoke, B. C
WINDSOR HOTEL
EUROPEAN  PLAN
GOOD At UOMMODATION REASONABLE RATES
CAFE IN CONNECTION
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Wholesale Dealers
Direct Importers
Our Goods are GOOD
Our Prices logical apd within reason
See us before placing your orders V*
■SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1916.
THE   MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
FACE   THREW
LAME BACK
Spells Kidney Trouble
There's no use putting- on liniments and
piasters to cure that ache in your hips or back
— the trouble is inside. Your kidneys nre out
of order. U1N PILLS go right to the cause
of the backache and heal and regulate tlie
kidney and bladder action. Then you get
relief, permanent reliel !
Many a man and woman who has been
doubled up with shooting pains in the"back
having to stop work and lie down to get a little
■relief, has tound new health and comfort in
WESTERN fLOAT
By R. T. LOWERY
DNEY3
Two boxes completely cured Arnold McAskell,
. of LowerSelma, N.S. "I have never had any
trouble with my back since." lie says.
Jf vou have a lame back—or any sign of
Kidney trouble—get (UN PILLS to-day nnd
start the cure working. 50c, a box, six boxes
for $-.50—and every box guaranteed to give
satisfaction or your money back. Trial treatment Iree il" you write
National Drug & Chemical
Co. of Canada, Limited
Toronto        •        Ont. 15
The Trail hospital will  be enlarged.
Telkwa Is called    "The     Town     of
Many Bridges."
The police    force at Cranbrook has
been reduced.
Dr. Howie has opened a dental offi
ce in Rossland.
In Vancouver   some people are still
playing poker.
In making people moral compulsion
is a failure.
Armstrong will have     an ice cream
factory this summer.
James Doherty has opened a barber
shop at Port Hill.
I'-cen  Rossland did  not escape     the
epidemic of measles.
Ole  Crosby of  Rupe  is     working  a
placer claim in California.
If there's room
for more hair
on your head
we recommend
Rexall "93" Hair
tonic.
Drives away dandruff, makes
the hair glossy without greas-
iness, slops the falling out and
promote's   a   healthy  growth.
Sold exclusively at Rexall Drug
Stores 50c. and $1.00 bottlei.
W.    Ii E W S,
REVELSTOKE, Ii   0,
•nUkKKViERe Tb s*nv__ void
The Ban'-  of Hamilton bas
its Penticton  branch
closed
Turkey,    China and India have had
prohibition for some time.
If the threatened strike of railway
employees in tbc United States comes
nil, it will cripple that country as
much as a war would do, hut it.
would help teamsters and pack train
owners.
Ou     the     .th of .May, the Cyprians
| walk the plunk in Greenwood.
It will  be
since tlio bi
JO    years     ou      Juci3
■ fire in Vancouver.
13
There are  150 miners    working     at
Kimberley  in East Kootenuy.
At Alice Siding there is a hen that
sometimes lays two eggs a day.
JACKSON, MISS., MAN
Tells How To Cure Chronic Cough
Jackson, Miss.—"I am a carpenter,
and the grippe left me with a chronic
cough, run-down, worn out and weak.
1 took all kinds of cough syrups without
help.    I read about Vinol and decided to
try it.    Before I had taken a bottlo I
felt better, and after taking two bottles
The people at Ashcroft     sometimes   my cough is entirely cured, and I have
get live fish from the water pipes.     \ gained new vim and energy."—John L.
Dennis.
The city employees of Port Alberni      Vinol *s a delicious cod liver and iron
i,        ,    , .,   ,       , tonic, guaranteed for coughs, colds and
have had their salaries raised. bronchitis and for all weak, run-down
conditions.
It costs less than »3 a ton to grow  , ,
,. , , __.-,,,,      ,- ,, ". Bews,  Druggist,  Bevelstokc, B. 0,
hold roots in the Bulkeley  \ alley. s
REV. F. •A. ROBINSON
At Hazleton the wagon road brigade took to the trenches last month
It is 51 years tomorrow since Abra-
ham Lincoln was shot.   He is dead.
Chicago men will build a theatre in
N.'W      York  that wil cost $6,50u,OOC.
The Kagle mine near Chesaw is
shipping ore to the Northport smelter.
Large quantities oi lumber are being shipped from Port Alberni to
Alaska.
Daily 450 carloads of ore, grain,
lumber and livestock, pass through
S|...kane.
The Canford sawmills la the Nicola
valley, are working day and night
shifts.
\\. PARRY, Auctioneer
i
Established al Tipping Block
I will sell your Household
effects or Property, I will also
repair antl repolish your fur-
nature, or buy them outright
Pb,.ne 350
Box :;il
NOTICE UF DISSOLUTION OY
PARTNERSHIP.
C. B. HUME & CO., LTD.
Family Shoe
Outfitters
Revelstoke Departmental Stores
vte aim Xo give maximum
v j ir At ninimum price
Your Coat or Suit for
Easter is Here!
20 NATTY SPORTS COATS for Lad-
^_'ll                           ies    just    arrived.      Lovely     White
Chinchillas,    White Cords and Blanket Cloths     $8.75 to $15.00.
ie_f
NKW    SPUING SUITS for Ladies,  In
the desirable Btyles and colors 	
\ J \  $15.00 to $35.00.
'        *l    I     t \f\ SPECIAL    SALE LINEN  FOR
PITAL SHOWER.
Boy's Wear for
Easter
LION BRAND BOYS' SLTTS-Plain
double-breasted styles, English Nor-
folks and Serbian models. We lit
boys [rom six to seventeen years
old. Fabrics are the best that can
be procured at moderate prices.
Workmanship the very best.
Prices $5.00  to $12.00
seen,
BOYS'  BOOTS
The very best  you have    ever
Boy  Scouts and Cotes.   Neat snappy  lasts,    solid soles and counters.11
Made from    the best of leathers to
stand    the wear real boys will give
them.
BOY'S    BLOUSES
& R. kind—fully shaped
double collars, invisible draw
strings. They come in solid colors
stripes and plain white.
Prices $2,75 to $1.03 pair.
Prices 7Pc to $1.25 each.
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
Self Rising Buckwheat Flour in
packages.
Rogers Pure Sugar Syrup, 2, 5,
10 and 20 pound tins.
Pride of Canada Pure Maple
Syrup, quarts and hall gallon
tins.
Crown Brand Corn Syrup, 2 and
5 pound tins.
Lyle's English Syrup, 2 pound
tins.
Maple Flavored Syrup in quarts
!  and 1 gallon tins.
•'^♦^^'•■♦•'^•'k.-vk-*. '
Premium Ham, D..minion Ham,
Premium Breakfast Bacon, Dominion Breakfast Bacon, Pea Meal
Back Bacon, Back Bacon and
Cooked Ham.
Tulameen means red  water.
is a river of that name in the Simil
kameen.
Mrs. A. McPherson of Enderby has
a lily bulb, that has grown flowers
for 26 years.
It is criminal to use force "in matters of love, religion, morality, and
personal habits.
I..  D.  Taylor has started     a
.veekly      paper     in    Vancouver.
.Martin shauld get  busy.
Notice is hereby    given     that   the
partnership 6herctofore subsisting be-
There tween   us,    the   undersigned, as     the
firm of Foote & Pradolini in the City
of Revelstoke, has this day been dissolved   by mutual consent, and debts
owing   to tht said partnership are to
be  paid to W. B. Farris at his office
at   the    City of Revelstoke aforesaid
and all claims against the said partnership are to be presented    to     the
said W.  B. Farris.
Dated at Revelstoke, B.C., this Sth
new «'ay of April, A.D. 1916.
joe ArBelnio Pradolini     I
W. A. Foote
Witness-. H. H. McVity.
Mil.  Vi.  P.   ANDREW
The sawmill at Enderby has re-
sumed operations, and will cut
11 030,000 feet of logs this season.
There are eieht school teachers in
Merritt, and they donate one day's
pay every month lor patriotic purposes.
EMPRESS THEATRE
THURSDAY, 27ft AFRIL
GRAND   CONCERT
BY THK WOULD RENOWNED RUSSIAN ARTISTES
Leo
Jan
Mischel
Violinist
Pianist
'Cellist
The Greatest Musical Treat of the Season!
The Chcrniavskys have received the most wonderful
appreciation from the press of Canada and twenty-seven
other countries.
Seats at Macdonald's. Reserve $1,75c and 50c.
Doors Open at 7,30.   Curtain 8.30.
REVELSTOKE DISTRICT.
Ferry between Arrowhead and Beaton
In accordance with chupter So, R.S.
B.O.  1911, '"Ferries Act," thc    Government of Uritish  Columbia     invite
I roposals    to operate a daily service,
between  Arrowhead and  Beaton.
Proposal! will be received by the
Honourable the Minister of Public
Works uj> to Li o'clook noon, Thursday, the 27th day ot April, 1916.
Applicants shull give full particulars
of proposed service, rates to be
charged, description ol vessel or vest-els it is proposed to use, whicb
must conform in all respects to the
requirements of the "Canada Sbip-
I Lng Act" and amending Act.
To tbe successful npplicant the
Government of British Columbia will
pay, at the expiration of every three
months of satisfactory service, a
grant in aid of operation of this ferry, and each applicant should state
the amount of grant he is prepared
, to opernte this ferry for.
The Government    of British Colum-
| bia is not necessarily bound to     ac-
' cept the lowest or   any     application
submitted.
J. E. GRIFFITH,
Deputy Minister and Public Works
Engineer.
Dej.artment of Public Works,
Victoria, B.C., April llth, 1910.
aplt
  I
amination centres of the Civil Service Commission in May, 1916, successful candidates joining the college on
or about the 1st August. Applications for entry will be received up to
the 15th April by the Secretary, Civil Service Commission, Ottawa, from
whom blank entry forms can now be
ottained.
Candidates for the examination in
May next must be between the ages
of fourteen and sixteen on the 1st of
July, 1916.
Further details can be obtained on
application to the undersigned.
G. J. DESBARATS
Deputy Minister of the Naval Service
Department of the Naval Service, Ottawa,  January 10th, 1918.
Unauthorised  publication of this   advertisement  will  not  be paid for.—
90793.
WATER NOTICE
notice     was posted on     tha
on     the 2'Jth day of March,
ROYAL, NAVAL COLLEGE OF
CANADA
Thc rext examination for the entry
of naval cadets will bo held at tbe ex-
There's a Difference
To keep your piano in proper
shape you should employ a man
vith years of valuable experience
:,nil      who  is  proud  ol a   good  job
when coir.pleted. pianos kepi al
etandard International pitch, and
well cleaned with a piano vacuum
cleaner, getting the dirt when a
i loth or brush is useless,
The Largest Piano Tuning
Business in the West
I got this by giving satisfaction
with years of factory and other
i xjinricnce. It is with ine a matter
of business conscience to have every instrument at Its best, in line
npion and tone. Regulating as well
as tuning, and no extra chnrge for
slight repairs. NOT A CHEAP
MAN, who will take anything to
get a job. Such men know their
value, and I am mistaken if this is
any consideration for a good in-
ptrument, trucness nnd benuty of
tone expected.
Strongly endorsed by Heintzmnn
& Co., Morris & Knrn, Cotirlny
Plgno Co., Dominion Piano Co.,
Newcombe & Co., Gerhard Heintz
mnnn House, Van-Jouver, B. C,
Prof. J. D. A. Tripp, Vancouver
nnd others.
ALVIH E. PERKWS
will be at the King Edward hotel
Revelstoke, early in May. orders to
be left witb thc Howson Furniture
House.
Diversion and Use.
j Take notice that Allan Kellay,
whose address is Revelstoke, B. C,
will apply for a licence to take    and
• use CO gallons per minute of water
out of Dewey Creek, which flows
north west and sinks into land filed
on by applicant.
i The water will be diverted from tbe
stream at a point about the base   of
I the     mountain    and will be used for
. domestic and Irrlgatlan purposes upon     the land  described as  L. G.  12,
; t-'ection 10, Township 24, R2 Vi. ol
Cth M.
i This
ground
1916.
A copy ol this notice and an application  pursuant thereto and to     the
| -'Water Act. l'.'l I," will be tiled in the
office of the Water Recorder at Revelstoke.
Objectii.m to the application may
be tiled with the said Water Recorder
or with the Comptroller of Water
Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B. (M, within thirty days after the
tirst appearance of this notice In a
local newspaper.
Description ol the territory within
whicb its powers in respect ol the
undertaking are to be exercised :
Bench  Land.
ALLAN  KELLAY, Applicant
The date ,.f the drat publication ol
this notice is April !, 1916.
GOLD RANGE LODGE. No. I*
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Meets every Wednesday evening
at 8 o'clock, in Selkirk Hall.
Visiting brothers cordially la-
vttsd.     W. POTTRUFF, C. C.
R. GORDON, K of R. S.
KOOTENAY   LODGE,  No.   1*.
A. F. and A. M.
Regular Meetings are beld la
New Masonic Hall on the Point
Monday in ei.ch month at I p.m.
Visiting brethren are cordially
welcomes.
C. R. SKENE,  W.  M.
ROBT,   GORDON,   P*«*tary
SELKIRK IXtliLiU No. li
I. 0. 0. F.
Meets every  Thursday  evening ti
Selkirk   Hall   at  8 o'clock. Visiting brethern cordially Invited.
JAMBS M. OOBLB, N, G.
JAMES MATHIE, Secretary.
Revelstoke I-odge
No. 1066    *
■LOT \l. ORDER
OP MOORE
Meets every -i nd
and Fourth Tneeidaj
in   Smythe's    Hall.
Visiting Brethren rdially invited.      ALLAN K. FYFE, lii.-.
II. 1. II \r<;,s,.,'.
E. G. Surridge & Son
Plumbers and Tinsmiths
We ipei iallae in
Metalllo Ceilings, Corrugated Roofing, Furnaoe Work and up-
to-date Plumbing
Work
Work Shop   ( onnaught Ave.
REVELBTOKE      -      -    B.C.
QOOD POLICY
It's K"'11' policy to think of the fiit unit's still bet tei-policy lo provide against
the misfortunes it may have iii store
for you. Thc surest way of protecting
yourself and family is a
LIKE INSURANCE POLICY
with a reliable company, The high
financial standing anil lnn« business
career of lhe Kootenay Agenciee
makes It absolutely trustworthy.
Your time mav lie near at hand
Don't delay.   Take wilt a policy now.
KOOTENAY AGENCIES. Ltd.
A. E. Kincaid. Manager,
REVELSTOKENURSERIES
CUT FLOWERS & PLANTS
Phone 066
DR   T.   HEARD
JENTI8T
OVER     IMPERIAL     BANK THE   MAIL-HERALD,    REVELSTOKE
'SATURDAY,   ',
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Mrs. .J.   Mckenzie Is the     gui it    ot     Mi .  McFadyen, 2 pair socks.
Mrs.  MM Corning.
■ ■lJ-IVX'.e..,*C£Cf,A
R,  Kirkpatrick   ol     Nelson
Saturday in Rev. Isl ol e
Bpent
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M.Grndj Leon wus a
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Mi Kilpatrick, Mrs, (I. Wady,
Airs. Glaapie, Mrs. ,1. l-M Dixon, Mrs.
.). Palmer, .Mrs. Swanney, Mis. WM
A. Foote, Mrs. Flockhart, Mrs. Orr
(New Westminster), Miss Worden,
Mis ■. . ' illiile, I pair soc b ei ch.
.Mi's. .1. i'    English   ci!   e.'i.   :: suits
Bhirts
Wu    li..'."    now  IT. ei\' A a further
C.  l-M Groves of    Salmon Arm reg ol wool for     Bocks.   Of     lati
tered     at     the   Hotel  Revelstoke  on
I    abriel i    Nakusp was ;i guest at
toi
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toe''.
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N.      . .   '. TO) '•'.! ' '        .- Bt
.■: Iward hotel i     S\ i       -May
Maple
IN AID OF THE RED CROSS
Friday, cTHay Sth, 8.30 p.m.
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Iii   the i >    lists     issued     on
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Pte      William
I oke.
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Mi ,,!■    VI  ii.     e,;   Kamloopi      r    .
tered     at      the  Hotel   Re i    I        on
Monday.
r    11   Nelrie   ol  Kamloops     n i     e
al     i be  i loti I   Revelstoi i   on
iday.
The   lisliin.' at  Sicamous Is ri poi
I i.   be particularly good     lor     the
ii   e.'   th.   yeur.
T. T,  MacEachern who     ba       I een
< onnecti d  w ith  \\.  i'.   Kerr,  jeweller,
• if Kamloops,  for I he pui I  sis  \ eai i
has     replaced  11.  Moi I Inn i   m J. G.
Bl M-   ji W .'111 y   si'
Mr. and Mrs. Waltei I ,vi had as
their guests tins weok Mr, and Mrs
M. Andrew, Stanley Andrew and Miss
Lillian Andrew ol Milton, Out., who
e. e-i, i] nding the winter In Los
\.. ..eles,
I'M  Corley left for     Edmonton     on qj Scotland,    who are to con-
Priday, where he has secured a posi- QU( ,\   evangellstis services  lo
':..n.   Earlier    In the week ho paid a st.  John's     Presbyterian church, aw
spent a day , r .... , . ,| iy yesterda..
ishing at Sicamous   ami incidentally,     Th bi    talented men come to Revel-
t.he     great 'st    difficulty has beeu cx-
l-ori. > i ■■     n    etting  supplies but now
on hand     il  will ; ive ea. li
Miiy   Me    further     the
ood  work of the local branch.   Cot-
had eeii    application to be
• knitting   ol the heel and
loe  of  the socks in order    to     make "
■ durable,
Te, -e'i,  i M.n j.    ,,;  i |M. Paris an  Dj
I he thanks  of thc   Ked  Cross
.'.   lm   [or his kindness     In     dyeing
■ i   il tor the worl   ol the
latlon,
11 .NNAH BLACKLOCK .
Secretary.
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Rev.  IM A. Robinson, B.A.,  of Toronto, Ontario, an.l W,  R. Andrew, uf
en     visiting
■ ■in
itt Pi
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..ailed a nine pound trout
i
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Pradolini.
:
Wo olunteei   Corps   will
n.el     next    Thurada;      enii   .  April
the Drill    Hah.   Physical drill
.   minenc   ; |   ,        p.m.     sharp,
i squad    drill.   First     aid
■   :,; :.'   a future date.
Ul women
itti nd
and  A. A.
are        I : ed t"
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rom   Edmonton,    Alta.,   where
. ave conducted mosl  successful
pecial       mgeli ces   il   v>. -i
Presbyterian   church,     Theii
last      ■     in the Alb irta capital was
spent with the soldiers ai thi  JJxhlb-
nds,  tbeir    services     being
',. ppi iclal ''I    bj      Me     oys ir
khaki.
here b  i        eei      many
The I !   meeting ot  bright, uplifting seasons in St.   !
burcb     will  church in the past, we think  it  may
the home ol     ri d tin     the opporl
.en Thursday, the 4th next   two weeks will  bo  •     thi
0« of May.    \ lull attendant il  this church hai   evei     ei
ud in oi .i'i     ■ i.: •   • Rev. F   Robin on      B.A.,     is
erl  on May  19th secretnrj  ol i  an elism foi  'Me'  I
a Hal ' 'M'   cl        ■ . and
has left i ■■ '       ■'•"        ■. ie ■       "Mi luil to
. sition  with H   b in  i aid,     [I
e to know   our age, wi
'     '  tb tions."  Mr.
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iting 1 nts     iu  '.' (point, i b dl
ctical     and
point,
W.  R,  Andrew, che will bo
01 he      St.
ad hair ,'|l":"-   Th""    ■ " '' BonB
I an Intei
eaker canm to miss
nil    nre
l    GRAND  FANCY   MARCH  "The   Maple   Leaf."  	
One  Hundred  School  Children.   Leaders    Ml ses • lay    Whittaker and Agnes McGiven,
2—SOLO   \M1>  CHORUS  "Tho Lads of the Land of  the Maple  Leaf"
Soli    >     Hiss Agnes McGiven,    Chorus:  High    School    Girls
.'.ail   Hoys.
.: -WALTZ,   Amateur  Musician     Orchestra
1—SKETCH       ••lu.ii   :
Sir  John West—Mr.  Sturdy.   Marth, the Housekeeper—Mrs,
SI  rdy,    Sir,   John's Anceotors—Miss  Jeanne   Robbiri
Myrtle Trethewy.     Place:   Library in    Sir     John's     Home.
Ni■ '     .iter Dinner.
(VO-STEP       Orchestra
i    I H iRl       _ND    DANCE,  "The Plight of the Snow-White   Moth'
Uini"   Moth  (Dance Soloist)   Miss Helen Butherland     Choi
us of Silver Moths: Thr Missei    ll. Tomlinson,     I'M Bourne,
D,  Bunnell,   II,   Briggs, P,   Mc  arty,  D,  Purvis,   M,   Mclnnis,
V, Lawrence,
7-WALTZ  ■   Orchea ri
k   \ I     -L    IOLO,   "Der Land  of Der Kaiser" 	
Miss   Oliffe   Cashato
9—THREE-STEP   Orch
1-0—CHORUS AND DANOE   "Bubbles"
Mesdames Squarebriggs ami Goddard, the   Missis M. Young,
J. Hyatt,  M.  Lee,  B.  MoCarty, McEwan.
11—TWO-STEP   Orchestra"
12—VOCAL   SOLO,  "Old Fashioned Town." 	
Mi; . Annie   McLean
13-WALTZ  Orchesl
14—SOLO   AND CHORUS,  "Pulman Porters' Parade." 	
Soloist:  Mis. Frances Lawson.   Tourists:    The     Misses     M
et,  M.   McCleneghan, G.  Urquhart, K. Sibbald.     Pulman
Porters:   Messrs.   Harding,   J. Sibbald, I'M Robbins, !,. Lloyd.
15   ONE STEP   orch sti
GRAND  FINALE: Solo and Cm.iss,  "Quoen of  the  Nations."..
Sol.,ist, Mrs. W. A. An I
17-WALTZ  .,  orchi
GOD S.W ft   THE KING,
a"'S  after  conclusion  of concert program.
Adn issioi     *    50c
limenl. 15c (inch ■ ■ .  .
Cake),   Flowers. Candy, I !alc.
,,!,.
A load ol rails tell on     Neil     Par
i lal  Creek, and broke one
arms.
Revelstoke    and     district,
Singer Sewing     Machine Company,
Nelson, u.c.
1
\. liould-bi   recruits are
feathers through the f0R  3ALE   v'Vr     MacG or,   Prize
mailSi Taker and Uncle Sara Beed potatoes
__  fl"'     Bale.   Picked
per    hundred;      unpicked, per
Ir ser-i
In St,   ,i ■' evei i
In    'i.e.    ■
nda Id at 11
k night
AFTER THE GRIPPE
Vinol Restored Her Strength
Canton.Miss.    "1 am 75 years old and
weak and feeolo from tlie
; i.a Grippe, bul \ .     1 is done
i  good,    li  has cured my
t up i bo ] feel
active ,      i       ..      i."—Mrs. Lizzia
Baldwin*, Canton, .Miss.
\ moi, ..ur delicious cod liver and iron
tonic  without  oil, ai.is  ,:      tion, enriches the blood ai itrength.
ere                      or chronic coughs, colds
,■                                            nchitis.    Your  money back if
im a   i liver w- p"wp' Druggist,  Revelstoke, B. 0.
'   Me   a ,*. i <ai r      i r.«/-rr
the Y.M.C. WAIN!    ADVIb.
TURKEV    EGOS for Bali    Mai imoth
Bronze, di       tii   ted stock.  Orders
ailed in roi ition,   Vpply to Mrs. J.
 n.    Sibbald.  P. 0. Box  185,  RevelBtoke.
bundri d,
nom.
I
Patriot!
Fund
p
Km*
0.
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want ij, b condhand    four
hole  Kitchen  Range,  must      be     ir,
'■■ ' e shape.    Vpply     Pl'.v.  U
Mall Herald,
ise pay   yo
Subscription
the Can; ;.
triotic    Fund
the Moi
or to R. Gordon.
Se<
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l     i.ml live agenl I
Mn tei     Sewing Company In
CHAS. M.. FIELD
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11. .     only, 1Rc ai
W    Lew*.
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W. II. HOROBIN
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||       I'  ll]    n     ell    I ,.111'Ih.
Istoke  ii 0., Ai tii mill.
fire Insurance [MS2yilokl]
Accident Insurance [0,dt tfjffi8-1]
life Insurance [Hifcsu^T-n]
INotary Public        RcvtMslokc        Real Estate
Easter Footwear for Ladies, Misses, Girls,
And Childrens in Great Variety
SEE   OUR   WINDOW    DISPLAY
I aster Footwear for   Men,   Boys,   Youths
and Little Gents in Great Variety
c^WcHAE SHOE STORE, Howson Block
Phone  217
Sandals, Strap Slippers, &c

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