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 REVELSTOKE
Chiel lumbering, railway, mining, agricultural and navlga-
tloa .centra between Calga_7
and the Pacific oceaa.
The Mail-Herald
THE  MAIL-HKRALD
Published  weekly—Reael
by   everyone—The     recognlaed
advertlsing     medium   lor   the
city and district.
#
Vol. 23 -No. 2?
IVAN NELSO' /
WINS FRO /
A. GRANSTROM
Ski Jumping Contest on Summit of Mt. Revelstoke—
Wins Silver Cup
On thc afternoon of May 20 a par
ty of live, viz.: 0. M. Field and Mub-
Xern CM Molten, K. Granstrom, A.
Granstrom and Ivan Nelson started
to climb Mount Kevelstoke on skis
iind snowshoes, reaching tbe Chalet
on top near dusk in a small suow-
Btorm, the weather being good with
the exception of the last half hour.
There is about six feet of snow on
(the level at the Chalet, but
.the Internment camp. Alter sleeping
in the Chalet and breakfasting at 4
...in. the next morning, the sky being
clear and there being a slight crust
*m the snow, skiing, suowsboeing and
•wood cutting were indulged in. At 8
B.in. another party of seven on skis
nnd snowshoes arrived, viz.: Misses
K. Field, G. Field, R. Halvorsen
and Messrs Nels Nelson, S. Halvorsen, C. A. Field and T.  Maley.
A natural ski jump with a jump oft*
made of snow was selected near by,
nnd the ski jumping contest was held
■between Masters Ivan Nelson and
Allan Granstrom to decide the winner
■of the tie event of February S last.
The judges as to form, etc., were
C. A. Field, C. M. Field and T. Ma-
lev, whilst the j'resulent of the Ski
club, S. Halvorsen, and K. Gran
jrtrom judged the jumps. Two jumps
inch were made and the result waB:
Ivan Nelson, 12 and 14 marks for
■•form. 12j and 44 feet distance of
jump; Allan Granstrom, 8 and 11
marks for form, ii and 37 feet distance of lump; Ivan Nelson, the winner, getting 112; marks against Allan
Granstrom's 95 marks.
Several kodak jihntographs were
taken, and ski jumping, ski running
and Bnowshoelng were indulged in by
all. After ( hearty hot meal in the
Chalet, and various entries in the
log hook, the return was made and
the city reached at 5 p.m.
RKVElSTOaE. B.C,  SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1916
$2,50 Per Year
MOST COMPLETE ANSWER
GIVEN BY PREMIER BOWSER
Thousands of Men Would Have Been Turned Loose-
Better Protection to Public Than Cash Balance-
Railway Would not be Operating
Writes of Army
Hospital Life
NEW C.P.R.
TIME TABLE
r. and Mrs. d, orr have received j Changes at  Midnight June 4
—Will be Three Trains Each
Way Daily—Trains 1 and
2 Carry Baggage Only
A more complete answer to Mr. What the situation would be now,
Brewster's resolution demanding crim bad the government worked under the
inal investigation into     the     l'.G.E.  policy    which   Mr. Brewster indicates
M
the following letter from    their     sou
David,     wbo    lett here with the 2'Jth
Battalion. 1
Dear father and mother: Although
physically lit I am still goiug thru;
the routine of Army Hospital life. [
One must go thru it and be jitneyed
about from hospital to hospital, casualty clearing stations aud convalescent  homes,  no  matter  how  you hol-
bond payments than that   given     by My bis resolution would have been bis ler   even to „ ^j. ^0 i,'raQce
Premier     Dowser   could not bo asked is uot pleasane to contemplate. Work Have had a live weeks    stay     over
by any reasonable man.     Mr. Bowser would     huve     been suspended in the bere l(J clate    an(1 in         muny movl,.
a.akes no denial of the fact that tbe summer of  l'.lll.     Thousands o!    men n^et^,a ,„y maji |laR not    Cau"bt     me
ttrict     interpretation ot thc terms of employed ou the grade    would     have ve^_
the payments    was stretched to meet floated    Into the city tu augment the * ^fter    t,eing    before     the     Medical
the exigencies oi* tbe serious situation thousands already  there,  Over a  mil- \)oaT,\   yesterday 1 lind myself in this
none at  which aevelopo-1 in this province dur- lion dollars  worth of perishable n.at- bea,uttful estate in a mansion used as
ing 1918 and  I'M I,  when thousands of cnals would bave been   lost,     Foley, a convalescent  home."     My  stay here
is to be a month, winch will without
men     were   out of employment, when   Welch £ Stewart would     bave     beeu
soil]) kitchens were  being     opened    in  driven     into  bankruptcy, the railway ,\oa\yt ))e pleasant. I'm down here for
Vancouver,     when, for lack of funds,  would not have been operating a mile physical     training     which  means re-
the work on the P.Q.B. was likely to today, the prospects for     completion Veille 5.30' a.m., lights out 8.80' p.m.,
be discontinued and     thousands more  of   the     project   would have been de- with [olir hours physical jerks     daily
men turned loose ou tbe cities.   That ierred probably for ten years and tbe witu u mixture     of   football, cricket,
was the   situation which impelled Sir province would have sulfered a severe croquet,  baseball, and otber     games.
Richard McBride's government to lm-  set back.     The monetary loss to the Tije f00d js excellent,    weather ideal,
press upon tbe contractors thc urged-  province     which   would bave resulted the    scenery glorious and the country
cy of keeping the    work     going.     To from a suspension of tbe work would ajr pure anQ i,i-aCing.    Talk   about u
what     effect Sir Richard,  by co-oper   have beeu very    heavy     indeed.     The beauty spot! I wish you could see it.
ating with the company in releasing government risked nothing in coming we nave six new huts built in the
funds accruing from the bor.lds, work- to the aid of the project, but it aver- fjeidS| thirty beds in each hut, and it
td with the contractors is observed ted the most serious consequences by js Son.e sight to look down on the
by the fact that they themselves put a prompt and liberal interpretation t-p0tless white beds and bunches of
$9,000,000 into the construction of the  of its powers. flowers,     with    the sun streaming in
road.     This     money    they raised on     It is a tradition of the early     his-  the many windows.     The    fields     are
their own credit. Technically, perhaps  tory df tbe O.P.R. that certain of its dotted with huge spreading oak trees
that sum does not represent the mar- directors    would   have been liable to which make a delightful   shade     and
gin or proportion to   be     maintained  imprisonment     had     the road failed, the     sheep     graze about.     I believe   „   ■■
between     the     amount of work done One thing is certain, the C.P.R.     at Queen Elizabeth used   to stay in thc
Starting at midnight on Sunday,
June -I, three trains east and west
will |iass through Kevelstoke IcBtead
ol two as at pres.'ill. Train No. 13,
from Bt. Paul to Seattle, and train
No.   II   from   Seattle  to      St.      Paul,
which were discontinued lasi September, will again be operated. Train,'
No. 13, II, i and 1, will carry mail
ami express and make loeal stops,
1 rains No. 1 and 2 will carry baggage only. By the mw timetable
trains will arrive and depart as follows:'
Train N'o. Bi from St. Paul to
Seattle will arrive at 4.50 p.m. and
will leave at 5.05 p.m.
Train No. 11 from Seattle to St.
Paul will arrive at 7 a.m. and leave
at 7.15 a.m.
Train NM). I, Imperial Limited,
Irom Montreal to Vancouver, whicb
now arrives at 5.20 p.m., will arrive
at 3.20 p.m. and leave at 3.40 p.m.,
or two hours earlier.
Train No 2 from Vancouver to
Montreal, which now arrives at 12.05
noon, will arrive at 12.25 noon, or
20 minutes    later, and leave at 12.15.
Train N'o. 2 from Toronto to Vancouver, which now arrives at 5.10
u.m., will arrive at 4.55 a.m. and
leave at 5.10 a.n..,    or     15     minutes
FOREST MILLS
COMPLETES BIG
MILL DEAL
Over Million  Dollars Involved
—Includes Mill and  102
Square Miles Timber-
Will Commence Operations   Immediately
Train   No. 4 from     Vancouver     to
mansion     here,    so you will have an Toronto>     which   now arrivea at 1.16
idea of tbe beauty of the place     and
surrounding country.
A part of todays orders read: Men
with a knowledge of stenography arc
wanted at    Divisional     headquarters;
and the money paid     accruing     from tbat time would havd, failed had thoso
bond sales. But as a matter of    fact directors not had the courage to dar>°
it is an even better protection to the And because    they did dare, and all's
publio than a cash balance from    the well that ends    well, the backbone of
bond issue     in the hands ol the gov- Canada's     nationhood     was    laid in
i rnment. It is    the    money of Foley, bands of steel across the continent.
Welch &. Stewart themselves. In or- Mr. Brewster's' resolution almost must have clean sheets and records,
der to get that money back they suggests that he is trying to create .nd those accepted will be paid $2.00
rr.USt keep the cost of construction a shadowy reflection of that stirring per day and granted permanent pass-
within the strict limits of     economy, period in the history of the     C.P.R., cs' anj other privileges.
Nor can  they  slight the  construction but tbe situation here lacks tbe main So in spite of the loveliness of this the  train  Iron)  Revelstoke to  Arrow-
l.ecause they are the owners and havc element     of   that historical episode- pjaCe I have today    written the O.C. liead     will    leave Revelstoke at 12.30
to operate it. They   can     make     no there was no   risk of widespread ruin here asking permission to be     trans- ,'|0on       Returning to   Revelstoke   "the
n.oney    out of the road till they can and loss to thousands of innocent in- ferred     to the Army school of steno- t
operate it ou a paying  basis and no vestors and depositors.    In fact there graphy as I figure a month's     study
badly     constructed road can be ojier- was no risk at  all. Tbat $11,000,000 of win     be     more     beneficial than tho
ated to pay a   jirolit. In short Foley, Foley,     Welch  ft Stewart   tied up <n training    here, and I think I'll make
Welch & Stewart to derive any profit the project, or whatever portion of it good.
on  their investment or out     of     the was tied up at that time, was a saw Hospital  life is O.K.  but    for     one
construction in fact to save their in- ing clause in any risk which the gov- thing,     that  being "no monev is al-
vestment,     must make the road just irnment might have been taking. lowed," so you    can     imagine     how
what the public interest     would    re- The net result is that we now have pleased I was to get     a     registered
quire it to be.     No    reasonable man i>  reil railway operating 170 miles of letter     from Col. Tobin expressing a
pleted a tour of Eastern Canada and .tan  give even a cursory Btudy to the road, and a first     class     chance     of wish to see me back soon     with the
the United States     in the interest of situation without realising this fact— bringing    it    to an early completion -egiment     and     enclosing a personal
tbe  Serbian    relief fund, is beginning that ln brief,     is the situation as it without any loss and with    a    mini- cheque for £2.
Will Speak
In Revelstoke
Mrs.  Bankhurst,   who has just com-
a.m., will arrive at 1-2.10 midnight
and leave at 12.25 midnight, or one
hour and tive minutes earlier.
On Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays the train fron. Revelstoke to
Arrowhead leaves Revelstoke at 7.20
a.m. Returning to Revelstoke the
train arrives  at  1..00  noon.
On Wednesday,    Friday and Sunday
rain from  Ri
head
noon,
train arrives at 4.35 p.m.
On Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays only, the boat goes South from
Arrowhead, on the arrival of the
train from Revelstoke.
On Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays only the boat arrives from the
South and makes a close connection
with the train for Revelstoke.
A deal bas i iei ntlj been consummated whereby the Forest Mills ..I
British Columbia, Ltd., acquired
trom tli, vrrow Lakes Lumber Co.,
Ltd., th,' sawmill and other property
of the latter companj at Arrowhead,
B.C. Tbe mm■:. st Mills Company is
als.. taking ovei all t::.' timber limits
■ if the Arrow Lakes Company, comprising i . - .-. -.i e miles In all. It i.i
understood the consideration aniountB
in over one million dollars, With tha
acquisition of this property the Forest Mills Company becomes the largest owners ,,f timber, and have the
largest manulact :;.::_■ capacity in the
province.
lt is their intention t>. Immediately
commence operations .it Arrowhead,
where they have 19 million feet of
Mi_.s nn hand.     The Cascade plant  uf
ihe C pany    is operating this year,
but the Company does n■ >t intend re-
open.ng their Taf: and Three Valley
mills until the war is over. The 1 "S..
of the Comaplix mill by lire seriously
handicapped the company during
1*15, and it is the intention ,,f tho
Company to erect a plant upon the
Comaplix site as soon as market
conditions permit.
The capacity ..f the Arrowhead '..ail
is about 4n million feet per annum,
and the Cascade null 17 million feet
I er annum. About 200 nun will be
employed in the mill at Arrowhead,
and about 300 men in'logging opera-
tigns.
Doges Fir
looted in Britain
a second tour in the     interest of re- stands today.
cruitlng, beginning in Victoria,    June _________
7, and will arrive in     Revelstoke   on
June IC.    ,
The Womens' Canadian Cluji have
the arrangements for Mrs Pankhurst
in hand and a further announcen.ent
will be made next week.
mum of public risk.
Citizens League
Dance Enjoyed
The Citizens League dance held in '
the Drill haU May 24, was recognized
as one of thc dances of the season.!
There were 75 couples present and
every one seemed to think that iti
was a fitting wind up for Kmpire
day.
At midnight an excellent supper
was served by the members of the
league, the cakes and sandwiches being supjdied by the ladies interested
in the movement of the Citizens
league.
It is the wish of the   committee in
charge that a hearty  vote of thanka,
be tendered all the ladies who in any
way helped to make the dance a sue-'
cess, either by donation or assistance
It is nlso the wish ol the committee
that     Mrs.    Wallace bc thanked publicly     for    the    very able assistance
that she rendered in supervising    the.
working of the kitchen.
Already a number of people havc
come forward asking that another]
dance be given before the hot weather
comes to stay. Kveryone look for a
further announcement.
No doubt you have heard of our
battalion getting the worst of it
around St. Eloi. Luckily I left the
day before thc move was made, or I
would, no doubt, be "resting" in
France, as I was always poking my °d Skovgaard, the
nose around where I shouldn't.     Two  violinist,     in     tbe
Skovgaard" Web
A very enthusiastic audience greet-
famoiis Danish
Opera House on
of my mess oflicers   were hit and 500 Thursday nigbt, and    many     encores
I enforcements     left for the battalion were demanded.      Skovgaard   is     un-
tbree weeks ago.     So you see   there doubtedly     master of his instrument
can't     be    many of the original 29th und his playing was quite   equal     to
left. the advance notices.    Tallehassee was
Today's news re the surrendering of particularly enjoyed,    tbis     selection
Townshend at Kut casts some gloom having     many   remarkable harmonies
over things, especially    when     linked running through  it.
with the Irish    trouble, arid the peo- Alice   McClung-Skovgaard     was     a
pie over  here claim the Irish trouble sympathetic    accompanist und in  her
as a detestable     affair    and so It is, Pian°    number, Polonaise Op. 53, she
but from what I gather the     British showed  a    perfect      understanding  of
public look for peace io    July.     The the piano and  has ,i splendid     virile
French give it until September and I touch.
know     from personal experience that clara    Freuler,  who has a  magniti-
the man in the     trenches    expects it ccnt     "■<"/z" soprano voice,  delighted
before  breakfast every morning.           |tne audience and looked very dashing
I  think  its   the     expectancy     that and dramatic in her Swiss folk song.
leeps everyone's spirits up.
Sgt. DAVE ORR,  Jr.
762GO, 29th Battalion,    care of CC.
A.C, Shorncliffc, Kent.
The Amateur Camper'    'You certainly take a lot of trouble to put out a
camp flre!"
The Guide: "Better to take the trouble now> than burn down ten    miles of
camping sites. Only a greenhorn    nowadays fools with fire in a forest.'
April customs collections at
Forks were over $10,000.
Orand
Rossland min"<> are shipping almost
fill per cent of the ore treated at
Trail smelter at  present.
Dates Set For
Fall Fair
The News From
j Three Valley
Mr. B. Firth, tire warden at Taft,
paid a business vsit to Throe Valley
recently.
Mr. A. B, Haycock spent several
days hunting last week up tho logging     road     and    brought in a huge
Revol-
sting in costume and the aria "Les
Adieux de Jeanne d'Arc" being heartily encored.
Florence Hawkins, who has a beautiful lyric Boprano voice ol exceptional quality and sweetness, captured
the hearts of the audience.
Molly Byerly Wilson, who possesses
a deep and melodious contralto voice,
■plendldly rendered "My Heart at
Thy Sweet Voice," fron the opera
"Satnson and  Delilah."
Two of the most, enjoyable  features
of the evening    were     the     baritore
| solos     sung by Francis C'owles.      He
(rendered  splendidly  "Cavatina     from
I Faust,"  and  especially    delighted his
j audience by the singing of "Ho, Jolly
Jenkins," the friar's song from Ivanhoe, as an encore.
Altogether the entertainment was
one of the best that has ever been
given on a local stage.
Sept. 25; Slocan Valley (Slocan City)  i,iack bear.
Sept. 26;  S.ocan Lake (New   Denver)     Mrs. Andrew Wilson visited
Sept. 27-2S, Burton, Sept. 30;     Need- gtoke on Wednesday.
Us, Oct. 3-4;     Arrow Lake  (Nakusp)     On account of the   drowning of lit-j
Oct.  4-5;  Kamloops, Oct.  20-22;    Sal- tie  Mutt Talvetio,  the picnic  planned'
  | mon Arm, Oct. 22-23;    Kelowna, Oct. for Kmpire day was postponed indeli-1
The following are the dates of Fall 26-27;  Armstrong, Oct. 28-29. nitely. j
Fairs for the season of 1916, afl    ar-   Miss Beatrice Hayes and Miss Pearl
ranged by Department ol Agriculture,!    Ed.
Tt was 20 years ago   last     Sunday Victoria. B.C. j «• M
Hlnce the Bloean    Hotel in New Dan-I    Revelstoke, Sept. 21-22; Baffle   Rlv-  cher     for    ,»5 years.   He learned the     Miss Agnes Blackberg   of     Cratgel-,    0. B. Peterson    is     operating     an
K%. er F.I.     (Malakwa), Oct. 3;     Arrow trade In Kngland, and killed his flrst lachle    spent    Empire day here with auto bus in Grand   Forka, and meets
Park F.I., 8ept.-(U ne.4);    Bebao^j P*g *h*u um. years oM. friends. | all trains.
Marshall  of    Petrolia, Ontario, ijj-een of Revelstoke spent Wednesday
years old, ,>nd   has been a but- with friends here.
Vernon has $113,000 of taxes     ln arrears. $62,000 of these are for 1915.
Recently the B.C. Forest Bran<ch
forwarded to the Great Kastern Hallway Company of England two Douglas fir and two red cedar railway
ties for the purpose of t>eing Ustea-
against two selected ties of B.M tic
timber. As our Lumbermen will be
prepared to hear, the result showed
conclusively the outstanding superiority of the Douglas fir. The report
forwarded to the B.C. Forest Branch
loncrnir.g the tests is as follows:
'"The results of these tests show
beyond a doubt the ejuperionty ol
British Columbia Douglas fir tor
lailroad ties.
"It was found that under compres-
sion Douglas fir will staid 5,695
pounds per square inch as against
Baltic timber of 3,950 pounds per
square inch; while Red Cedar made n
very creditable showing against tha
Baltic timber of 3,4 ," p'jui.e'.s pet
square inch.
"Tests in London were evtn more
favorable f,.r Douglas tir. This is
shown by the fact that it would take
ll. M" pounds 'T over .'.. t. ns to pull
apart a stick of Douglas fir having .i
cross section of one square inch;
whereas just half that weieht would
suffice to pull apart Baltic timber,
end only 3,300 pounds were required
to separate cedar.
"These tests were carried out by
the Oreat Kastern Railway, and the
results which they found will be of
immense value to the reputation of
Douglas fir as a railway tie material
amongst Krclish engineers. The importance of this is increased I y tlio
fact that English engineers have the
supervision of most of the railway
lines in China, India and South Africa, all of which are valuable markets for Douglas fir."
In referring to the favorable outcome of thc tests the Victoria Colonist says —
"The world is only beginning to
understand the value of the Douglas
fir. Tried by every test, there is ample evtdercc to show that It is tho
best all-round wood in the world. It
is excelled in few respects by any
other, and even where it does rut
take a first place, it is a close aee-
ond. In most respects it is without a
peer. The time is not far distant
when its commercial value will securo
for it tbe premier place in the markets of the world."
ver wai burned
Jured.
and 13     people
For the past month Kaslo city and
district raised $443 for the Patriot...
Fund. PACE TWO
t
THE MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,    MAV 27, 191C.
Zhc flfoail-lberalb
Published  every   Saturday at
KKVKI.NT.iKK.   11.   r
cJ7VI ii!-Herald Publishing
Company, Limited
K.  K.  GIGOT,  Manager and   Editor,
their own monopoly ..f these criminal
activities,
FROM THE  SANCTUMS
l  N    -l'A..,l     '  e
NOT SO VERY STARTLING,
Sir Thomas White says that ultimately all the railways of Canada
may be nationalized. The suggestion
'Iocs not look se. startling as it
would have done a few years ago,
We are getting used to big figures.—
Toronto  Star.
SATURDAY,    M.W 27,  1916.
WHY IS SCOTT HIDING?
Mr. Brewster Mas suddenly discovered that ':•■ «ishi si.. Bummon as a
Witness      J   : MM   Sell,  Mr.   M.  A.
■    campaign  employee
ji,   ... • •    -    iM: evidence ami    says
that     -' 'ott      '■ ml I   have .'..mc if a
■ id  ii,it   been issued
'   en     why did not  Mr.
,.:   -ee.lt   when  ih.'      Mil I.'I'
.,. ,. ■ • ;      ini Victoria hi lding a
,,,: . fei • nee     with    Mr. M.  A.
fj ,, „o recent   superioi     offl-
,.,.: ■  Mr,  l rew *ter  was nn Ited  ie> call
.     • ,,,..   The Conservative ... ,' the committee     had
. I   , summons     f'.r Scoti,  but he
kept  out    .1 sight,     If    Mr. Brewster
,   ,|     ,|    ..    h  ,., rail    bun, Mr.  M.  A.
Macdon    I thc secret  conterence
e   ,, ,.      ,;■. i„.,i hii i i" come ..ut
r(   hiding,     Even now if Scott, late
, ssisti nl     seen tarj       if    Mr.  M.  A,
Macdoi ild's co nmittee, bas noi  bei n
! .,;,,.    | lf ■, rs   or committing     any
othei hi .  Mi- afraid
il ■
THE MINISTER OF MILITIA
Col, John Wesley    Allison seems to
pri   e villain li   the I se case.
According to the evidence he     gave
t only to have kept
. ed -•■   ■•: Gen. Hughes
the      e wai    baring a commissi,           the fusi '      also
to hi           "   ''"'ii-     Hughes    assur-
,_    -,, tii" '              status ..f
the    '               Cadwell M    - ii M     Fyndi-
,,,,,  -, ••     -.-.»>-.     nything   ihout
a.
....
■ ■
, -     ■
LITTLE LIKELIHOOD OF COLLECTION. I
Eight, four and two years' Imprisonment are the sent,'mes pronounced
upon three German bomb-plotters ln
New York, They will have a right to
I,...I; i.. i he kaiser fnr   compi nsal Ion.
I famil ton I lerald.
Mi PEACE TALK \\ 1111 THK
INVADER,
There can be n.> mediation between
ihr allies and Germany on ihe part
..f president Wilson or any other person i.ll ih'' Germans evacuate northern I'M:.nee, Belgium md Poland. The
allies are noi going to talk peace
with an invader who holds their territories.—Toronto Gli 'be.
AN ULTIMATUM TO THE IMS.
The German reply is insolent, cynical and disingenuous. It is an ultimatum because ii means that unless
the United states attempts to force
thc allies to raise the naval siege of
Germany, the Germans will continue
I" kill haphazard. It is humbug and
an insult to American intelligence.—
London  Express.
inDills
fortheJL kidneys
What They Do
Davisville, Ont.
"I had trouble with my Kidneys nnd Bladder
mi ] t_.it .t sample of Gin rill-' and followed
directions. I fell better after the first dose
nnd I kepi taking them for ;i month.
One dny, Mr. Simpson, of this town, told
me nhout the trouble lie had with hU kidneys,
nnd I recommended him to tn GIN PIUS,
and (£ave him one to take. ['he next day,
lu> boukhi some for himself, nnd hoth he
nnd In- wife have derived nefit trom
HERBER1   II. BAUER,
Gin I'   .     re ices  for
ill d       fists.    Sample  sen. free if
■7
National Drug & Chemical Co.
of Canada Limited, Toronto.
who
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Tliraii.   on ■   '.md.
Thi ro t  i.i ■ m .:
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the -" tumes arp n  revelation ol
' ultra-popular laHhions.
Ji{>L\miLoUm-LJ3.mxi r; isa ma ami m xfssm.mUi_a-smim^ni'ij.'VAi!j:! iniA
PAID-UP CAl'I'l Al., }7.(KKI.IIIKI
RESBRVB FUND. S7.(N>«t.tMH*
Imperial Bank
OF CANADA
Ttii-L Mowhind, Preiident.
Iimahlie.hcil Wn.
IM  Hay, General Mimfcr
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. ss
REVELSTOKE    BRANCH:     MCKENZIE   AND   FIRST   GTS.
A.   B.   M    CLI  NI.GHAN,   Man*..EH
i
Wash Goods
Cotton   Crepes,  Gal iteas. Prints, etc,   All ^,,,ul   washing
materials.  Prices  15 and 20 cents.
Ladies White Wash Skirts
Good quality ol materials are in all these Skirts.  Prices
from J1.50 to   $2.35.3 nil     L 1
White Wear
Ladies' Undervests, Prices Irom l'> to 20 cents. Cotton
Crepe and Cotton Nightgowns. All this season's goods.
Prices from $1.00 to $2.50.  Princess Slips,  Corset Covers,
Ladies' Combinations, White Underskirts, etc. Our stock
is    complete in these lines and prices moderate.
White Canvas Shoes
White Canvas Butt m Boot for girls and Indies, price
$2.75. White Canvas I'niiijis toi girls and ladies, juice
$1.85.  MiBses'  White 'anvas Pumps,  price $!.C5.
Tennis Shoes
Ladies' Men's, Girl-' and Boys' Tennis Shoes in colors,
black and white. W have a full range of Tennis Sb...'S
and .air prices are  thc lowest.
Fred Young & Co,
WM PARRY, Auctioneer
Established ai Tapping Block
. I will sell your Household
effects or Property, I will also
repair and repolish your fur-
nature, or buy them outright
I'lione 850
liox .'ill
GOLD RANGE LODGB, No. M
KNIGHTS  OF  PYTHIAS
Meeeta  every    Wednesday evening
at    g  o'clock,    In  Selkirk HaU.
Visiting    brothers    cordlallf  1»-
vlt«d.     W. POTTRUFF, C. C.
R. GORDON, K ol R. S.
GOOD POLICY
I t's .rood policy to think ot thf future
11 'h ni ill better policy to provide agalnsi
'hi' misfortunes ii mav haw in Hi ore
'oi you.   The surest w.iv of protecting
voui'si'lf and family is a
LIFB INSURANOE POLICY
.vith a reliable company. The high
financial standing and long IiiisIuhhs
career of the Kootenay Agenoie.
inakes It absolutely trustworthy
Yonr time mav be near at hand,
Don't il.-lay.    Taki-oul a policy now.
KOOTENAY AGENCIES. Ltd.
A. E. Kincaid. Manager.
?||S QUEEN'S
^JrTBfc? UNIVERSITY
snip?
KINGSTON
ONTARIO
ARTS EDUCATION
APPLIED SCIENCE
Inctiiilinu' Mining, Chemlcnl, Civil, Mecli-
anient ami i-.U-citi.nl BngineeriOK.
MEDICINE
Durinn !)>■>' Wnr there will b« conlinuou.
•,-,.,,.;i. in Medicine.
HOME STUDY
The Arts Course mny be tnkru by er.nte-
upondence, but Minimis .li-siring tuijrudu-
atc must attend one eeejslon.
SUMMeER SCHOOL     geo y chown
JULY AND AUGUST HEOHTBAn
What's in a Name ?
Well, lt Just depends. Whet you hear of Hobson's Bread
you naturally leel buigty. Tbe crisp brown exterior and
the appetising white inside are both signs ol the tood
flour we use and the care we take to bake it just right.
Try lt for yoursell—we do not fear the result.
If you want what you want when you
want it try Mail-Herald Want Ads
KOOTENAY  LODGB, No. 1».
A. F. mii4 A. li.
Regular Meet.Inns are held la
New Masonic Hall on the Fourth
Monday ln each mouth at I p.m.
Visiting brethron are cordially
welcome.
f        C. R. SKENE, W. M.
ROBT.   GORDON,  Pw«tary
SELKIRK LODGE No. 11
I. O. O. F.
Meets every  Thursday  evening l»
Selkirk   Hall   at   8 o'clock. Visiting brethern cordially lnvlt*!.
JAMBS M. OOBLB, N. G.
JAMBS MATHIE. Secretary.
Revelstoke Lodge    .
No. 1086
LOYAL ORDER
OK MOOSE
Meets  every  second
and lo oth Tuesday
iii    Smythe's     Hall
Visiting Brethren are cordially invited.       ALLAN K. FYFE, Die.
II. L. HAUG, Sec.
I. G. Burridge k Son
Plumbers and Tinsmiths
We specialize in
Metallic Cellingrs, Corrugated Roofing-, Furnaoe Work and up-
to-date Plumbing
Work
Work simp   (Jonnaught Ave.
REVELBTOKE      -      -    B.O.
REVELSTOKE NURSERIES
CUT  FLOWERS  & PLANTS
1'hone 056
DR   T.   HEARD
JENTIST
OVBR     IMPERIAL     BANK
ne 41
HOBSON'S
Box 734
(XION    liOTKL
A I '        >i I
FIRHT SSTRKKT.   KKVKI.MTOKE, II. C
-.. fresh from own Ranch
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S
TAILORING, CLEANING ANL) PRESSING
Work Guaranteed.   All Kinds of Dresses
And  Childrens   Wear  Made To Order
FRED LOW
OPPOSITE REVELSTOKH CLUB, FIRSTS'! Kill
Wi Cali. im. Dki.ivkm
Sails Pressed 7.=>.
Suits Press. ,1 and i leaned $1.50
(~\ D I C «\j     " A ! tob|y furnished wi
\~J M I k— « NJ    I  r\ \mm   ch        t the market a
HOTEL
J. Alt
th the
affords.
ies,   Liquors   and
tes   $1  a   day.
Month
CITY TRANSFER CO.
Baggage Transferred
Distributing Agents and Storage
(JKNKRAL   DRAYINC.
FURNITURE   AND   PIANO   MOVING   A   SPECIALITY
Phone 46-27G        Night Phone 346
CURTIS   &   SWITZER
Jack Ln
First Sued, Revelstoke, B. C.
WINDSOR HOTEL
EUROPEAN   PLAN
\-"M \l:l I   R \TF.S
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.. Ltd.
Direct Importers
W;     '
Our Goods are GOOD
Our Prices Logical and within reason
See us before placing your orders
F. B. WELLS
Men's Outfitter
Fur Buyer	
Complete   Line   of   MENS   WEAR
The Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Canada.  Limited
. i i ng nnd Refining Department
I K UL,   URITISH COLUMBIA
SMELTERS AND REFINERS
Purchasers of Gold, Silver, Copper and Lead Ores
TRAIL BRAND PIO LEAD, BLURSTONE AND SPELTER SATURDAY,    MAY 27, 1916.
THE   MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
PAGE   THF_B»
Mrs. Gordon Wright will lecture in
the Opera House on Monduy evening
at 8.30, on the "Gain of Sacrifice."
All the local womens' clubs are uniting in a grand patriotic mass meeting on this occasion, and it is hojied
a full house will greet this eloquent
lady. There will be no admission fee
.charged, hut n collection will be
taken at the door to delray expenses.
Some of the hest musical talent in
the city will assist.
Thirty-one returned wounded and
invalided snliliers who travelled from
Kngland on the steamers MiBsanable
nnd Scandinavian, bound tor the
West, were entertained by the Returned Soldiers' Association at Winnipeg .ui Tuesday and afterwards lett
toy the 10.50 train fur theii respective
homes. Among them were: Pte, Car-
ii.ant, [Camloops; Pte, Dallas, Vernon
ri.'. W. \v, mt ten. North Vancouver.}
3ergt. .J. Carroll, Burnaby Lake;
Bergt, K. Flack, East Colllngwood;
Sergt. .1. Sharp, Vancouver;i Pte.
Fleet, Vancouver; Pte, J, Gulnny,
Prince Rupert; Sergt. W, K. Spear,
Vancouver; Pte, Priest, Salmon Ann;
i 'tr. Johnson, Sain ...i Ann; Pte. < M
Moore, North Vancouver; Pte. S,
Smith ,e.inl pte, R, Ross, Vancouver;
Pte. J, Enfer, Smith Vancouver; Pte.
H. Peever, Victoria, and Pte, Ross,
"Vancouver.
No need to forego
the pleasure of a delicious mellow flavor
to get convenience in
chewing gum.
ADAMS'
TUTTIFRUTTI
GUM
now has both. Special
machinery takes the
place of hand wrapping
and wraps each separate
stick in wax paper and
tinfoil, making a handy,
convenient package.
Choose any of five
mellow flavors. Your
dealer has them in
Tutti  Frutti.
ORIGINATORS
Gy^^tu.uj^7^nzJ^r>
WATER NOTICE.
whose address is P.O. Box C, Revel-
stoke, B.C., will apply for a License
to take and use twenty     inches     of
FEEBLE, AGED WOMAN
Says Vinol Made Her Strong
Grand Saline, Texas.—"I am an aged
woman and for a long time was weak
an.l ft,'hie hut Vinol restored my health
and strength so that I feel almost young
again and am lining all my housework.
Old people who are Weak and feeble
should try Vinol and knew its merits as
I do. It is the best medicine to create
strength and for chronic colds I have
ever taken."—Mrs.Fannie E.Rodoers,
Vinol, our delicious cod liver and iron
tonie.is sold on our guarantee to benefit
or your money will bo returned.
i\M Hews.  Druggist.  Revelstoke, B. C.
Ri velstoke, B.C., May ',. 1916
The available newly survey.1 land
in Township 21. Range 1, Wist .,! the
6th Meridian will lie open to Home-
itead 'iitry by eligible applicants on
the 1st dav ol June, 1916, at nine
.Mclock a.m.
■ ttculars   as    to      t hf     available
lands    in this  ["ownshtp n ay be   ib-
ained from the A. ent   'f    Dominion
Lands ar  IM
T.  J.  WADMAN.
.gent I       nion Lands
-rjL7z-ii_j~ni.K-jy*Bj:^_.
THK  WESTERN  UNIVERSITIES
BATTALION
Needs fifty more men to complete the
establishment.
1    THOUGHTFUL MEN OF EDUCATION,
Leaders  in   the   community    should
help tbe cause, by   impressing    upon
the public the need for men, and the
common duty. There is only one convincing way  to do this—hy  ENLISTING  YOURSELF,
A DOUBLE SERVICE!,
You not only rive your    own     services tn the nation, but incite others
by your example,
You have no future, your dependents have nothing to live for, if fier-
many wins. Dare you take any chance
in such a matter?
The creater the number ol men
avail tble tor service, the shorter the
ft'ar, and the fewer the losses. You
owe it to yourself, your country, and
the hoys at the front, to act at once.
Men of tl." University type have
already done much —thousands hnve
gone—but their identity has heen lost,
in tbe van..us units they have joined.
The University Battalion was design-
  id to preserve their identity—t.i help
Take notice   that   \.  J. Macdonell    by force of example as   well    as     by
service  in   the field.
You hive an opportunity of render
lng the double service, under most
agreeable conditions In the Western
water out of Yates Creek, which Universities Battalion. Don't wait
Bows westerly and drains in to Wil- (,„■ your neighbour to point the way
llamsons Lake at a point about halt or to force you to do y mr bit,
way on the East side of the Lake Apply at once to the otliee:- Com-
and 500 feet S.W. of a mound on the .nan.line. IM of B.C. Company, 196th
S.E. corner of Sec. 23. The water Overseas Battalion, C.E.F., corner
will be diverted fron. the stream at a 10th and Laure. Street, Vancouver,
point:  near    thc line between  Sees. 14 H.C,
and 13, below the West fork of Yates Transportation to Headquarters
Creek and will he us id for irrigation forwarded on ivceijit ,,f medical cer
and domestic purpose* upon the land tiflcate or telegram from a  doctor as
described as SJ L.S.D. 2, Sec. 26, Tp.  ,. di-.-il fitness.
2'i,  Range  2,   West of  Gth     Meridian,	
.nd land Nl of N.E.  } Sec. 23,     Tp. NOTICE.
23,  Range 2, West of 6th     M„     Plan 	
12-17. This notice was posted on     the     In the   matter     ,f the I'Corapanles
ground    on    the   2.;th day of April.   4ct" and in the matter <if The   Eva
1916,   A copy of this notice     and an  Gold   Mines     Limited.     Non-personal
application    pursuant thereto and to Liability, In voluntary liquidation.
the "Water    Act. 1914," will be filed     Notice is hereby given that  a meet-
in the of.ic. of the Water Recorder at  ing of the creditors   ,f the Eva Gold
Hi ,- isto.e. Objections to the    appli- Mines,    Limited. Non-personal     Location may be filed with     the    said bllity,     in      voluntary     liquidation,
Water     Recorder   or with the Comp- will he held at    the     office     of     the
troller ol Water Rights,     Farliamen    Liquidator,     Rjom 6,  K.W.iM   Block,
Buildings,     Victoria, B.C., within 30 Baker street. Nelson, B.C.,   on Mbn
days after the first     appearance     of  day the Sth day of .Vine. 1916, at the
this not.ee in a local newspaper. The hour ol three o'clock in     the     aftei
dnt"'   of   the 1st publication of this noon.     Dated   this  20tl   day of May.
notice is May 6, .91iM 1916.
Ai.  J.  MACDONELL. fOHN  FRASER.
Agent. Liquidator.
, ,_m--r'irai_at!i.'.3f!.! s**w_ j$_
C. B. HUME & CO., LTD.
Family Shoe
Outfitters
Revelstoke Departmental Stores
W t Aim to tfivo rr tilmum
#M'Mn  un J H prioa
DRY   GOODS   DEPARTMENT
NKW EMBROIDERY, on fine cambric and longcloth, at 5, 10, 15,
25c.
NKW FLOUNCING LACKS and
Embroideries, at 75c, $ii)0,$i.5O.
-*.-*■%.■*. -^ -^ -% -k -_ m. ■%.
Ladies WHITE COTTON KNIT
VESTS AM> DRAWERS, special at 16, 2U and 25c.
♦ -^ -^ m -^ -^ -ifc-%^-^ •%.
NKW   LINEN   TORCHON    LAiOB
at, per doz., 50c.
NKW LAOES  AND  EMBROIDERIES. Fine IMauen  I,ace edges at
5, 10, 15c.
NKW SWISS EMBROIDERY, on
Fine Organdy, for Collars nnd
Edgings, etc., 10, 1.5, 25, 35c.
CRUM3   ENGLTBH PRINTS, real
AMERICAN    GINGHAM6    27 and
:mhii.  wide,  bi? lot  ol     patterns
and colors, I6e,
A Lot    .f  WHITE   WEAR,  Ladies'
Cowfis,  Skirts, Corset     Covers,
! [nal ons,  etc.,  at 90c.
NEW WASH MUSLIN8 in tbe
large floral effects, f.,r Ladies'
Wa si -   ind Di teaea, at 25c.
CHILDREN'S ROMPERS in pood
Navy tndlgo Blue, 2 inches ] ,A ,,>: printe anj j'ereal*s, at
wide, 20c. 50c.
MEN'S FURNISHING AND SHOE DEPARTMENT
HOT WEATHER SPECIALS
We are ready for the high temji
eratures, ore you?
If not,  conic to us and we will
-nK-e your difficulties.
BALBRIGGAN UNDERWEAR
FOK MEN
Choice linetJ of Canadian  manu-
factuied  goods.   They all bear
the famous Stanfield Libel. Nice
elastic  knit, two weights at ,50c | inserts, SI nr: I ._>• Hnd tin sliev<s
and ,75c per.garment. I Price-fl..mm pi-r "•nit
BOYS COTTON I NH.l.tt EAI
SUMMER WEIGHT COMHIN
ATIONS
A pure wool Stanfield very li^hi
weight $2.75 per nnit
W. G. &. It. (0IT().\ COMBINATIONS
Perfectly made with clastic rii>l>
Combination^ with loi g legs Bnd
long sleeves. A nicely mniie cum
f.irtahle  gam eni   !'■ ice   "o   suit
BOYS  TU'o l'i lil-.   UNDER
U EAR
Short   f1«  • ••-   nnd   -horl   lege,
Prii e mm   ;■-rnn nt
GROCERY  AND   CROCKERY  DEPARTMENT
CANADIAN MADE MARMALADE I PANCAKE AND SYRUP SEASON
Try a jar of Express at 25c. or
a tin of Kin? Reach at "Sc.
Head and Leaf Lettuce, Cauliflower, Celery. Radishes, green
(mie.ns nnd Parsley.
TRY OUR LARGE PRUNES,
WHITE PIGS AND APRICOTS—
THEY  ARE DELICIOUS.
Self Rising Buckwheat Klour in
packages.
Rogers l'tire Sugar Syrup, 2, 5,
10 and 20 pound tins.
Pride of Canada Pure Maple
Syrup, quarts and hal! gallon
tins.
Crown Brand Corn Syrup, 2 and
5 pound tins.
Lyle's English Syrup, 2 pound
tins.
Maple Flavored Syrup in quarts
i  and 1 gallon tins.
Premium Ham, D ::;;nion Ham,
Premium Breakfast Bacn, Dom-D-
ioti Breakfast Bacon, Pea Meal
Back Bacon. Hark Bacon and
Cooked Ham.
-leg'^v
SUITS
i ma
9UT1HEYG0
CLOTHING, SHOES AND FURNISHINGS
The $10,000 Stock ofthe Union Clothing Store has been turned over to the Evely Sale-, Co. of
Calgary, to be sold in the next 15 days. Every dollar's worth of this high grade stock of Ladies
and cTMen's Clothing, Boots and Shoes, to be closed out down lo the last dollar's worth, and we're
taking big losses to do it. Come with the crowds and g:t your share
raBBt"i.i15!KjB'IlBI
—l-e--
HATS
A   TWEED    SUIT     in     Grey,
Mixtures,    Reg.
SI?.50 S10.95
Nl      IM    Regular
$12.50   Sale Price $7 95
FANCT and     SCOTCH
T WEEDS,     B Included,
R->r. S20.00. Sale price $12.95
SOFT HATS  in all colors,     Regular
$1.50.  Sale price 95c.
\l.l. STETSON HATS $3.45
STRAW   HATS iro at  15c.
nip li \ts.   Regular $1.25,    Sale
price 85-.
-       ANT-   i'i  W .reteils  and
Tweeds
,r  $2 50   Sale Inn   $1.45
■ r $4 00   Bali   .lice. $2.45
lai  '.5 00   -ab  i in.  $3.75
MEN'S
SOCKS
BLACK COTTON, the 25c kind, Sale
Price 2 for 25c.
COLORED    LISLE,     Regular     35c,
Sale Price, 3 for 50c.
HEAVY WOOL BOX,     Regular   30c,
Sale Price 2  for 35c.
LADIES
HERE   IS YOU."?
CHANCE
TO PICK   DP SN Vl'S
WHITE     UNDERSKIRTS,     Reg. $3
and  $4,  Bale  Price  $1.45
15c LACKS now 5c yard.
LADIES' WHIPCORD DRESSES $15
Now $7.50
LADIES' HOSE,   the 25c kind, Sale
Price   15c.
FANTY      LISLE     HOSE,  Reg.   50c,
Sale Price 25c.
MEN'SRAiNCOATS
lar $7.50.   -  . $3 35
M-r  $12.50.  Sail   I :. •   $6.45
lar $18.00. Sa        .     S11.45
LADIES    RA1
Regular  $7.50    - $3.35
Regular $12.50.  - $6.75
$20.00,
Bale Price $13.50
MEN'S WORK BIIOIS
ar $4.00       Evely Price, $2.65
Extra High Top in     Black     and
...Tan, Regular   $6.50, Evely Price
$4,45
DRESS BOOTS
Boi Call in! a in Metal, im g   S5.00
Sale Price $3.45
il'ine Ai. ■ • $6.50
Sale Price $4.65
P.  Black  and Tan,     Regular    $4.00,
Snle Price $2.75
EVELY SALES COMPANY
SELLING   OUT   THE
Union Clothing Co.,  Revelstoke,  B.C.
LOOK    FORo    THE    BIG   SIGNS
See The Red Tags
Every Reduction Is
Genuine FACE fOt'R
THE   MAIL-HERALD,    REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,    MAY 27, 191G.
BRIEF LOCAL NEWS
Mrs.  ll.  H. Godard
sister in Enderby.
is  visiting  her       W.   A,   Poole  returned  from
I Lake on Sunday.
Trout
l-M ic l! ib! ins   ret urned
hospital on Thursday,
from    tho     it.   Cramer   ot    Vancouver
Tuesday In Revelstoke.
spent
P. C. Watson of Calgary     was
the Hotel  Revelstoke oc  Sunday.
at      B. R.  Atkins has again returned to
work alter a severe illness.
E,   NM   Russell  ■ .! I'M  lei  registered  at      Jack   Sibbald  returned from a busi-
the Hotel   Revelstoke mi Wednesday.      ness  trip to  Vancouver ou Tuesday.
A. I'M Perkins, the plaUO man, Is In
the city.
Qratt is  the  name of the  new  serial
now being shown at tho Empress.
It.  I<1.  Ross of Glacier registered at
the King Edward hotel on Tuesday.
A.  skrihe of   Coalhurst     registered
at the King Edward     hotel on Tues-!
day.
I
Mrs.   ron.lioson   will not receive on
Thursday,  June 1,   nor     again     this
season.
W, Synes of Kamloops registered at
the King Edward lie.t.d on Tuesday,
R. .leiii^.Mi 'if Nakusp registered at
the King Edward hotel on Wednesday
Mrs. Percy Cooper will receive on
.M : 15. June 2, and u it again until
fall.
Mayor 11.  McKinnon will preside at
'.  W. Aylmer of Chase     registered U]e Patriotio MuBB    meeting an Mon-
ut.  tin
day.
1 Intel     Revelstoke  on   Wedueu-
W. E, Marshal! of Lunmier Laka
registered at the Hotel Revelstoke on
Monday.
II. R. Ilsley ot Armstrong registered at the King Edward hotel on
Tuesday.
N. II. Brown, Provincial Assessor,
made a business visit to Nakusp on
Tuesday.
]    Mrs.  R.  Main of    BonningtoD was a
guest  at   I lie   King   h.dward  hotel      on
Mr.   and   Mrs.  G.  11.   Mowell  of  Nei    W|.(lmis(hiy.
Mm   .'....    ii   tbe Hotel  Revelstoke on
Sunday, |     Miss  I Mu nc  of   London,  Eng.,      wus
a  guest at the Hotel     Revelstoke on
day night.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. L. Wilson of Field
registered at thc King Edward hotel
on Wednesday.
OVERWORKED MOTHER
Finds Health In Our Vinol
Collinsville, 111. —"I suffered from a
nervous break-down and terrible headaches, and was tired all over, totally
worn out and discouraged but aa I had
a large family I hail to work despite my
suffering. I saw Vinol advertised and
decided to try it, and within two weeks
I noticed a decided improvement, and
now I am a well woman."—Mrs. Ana
BECKER.
We guarantee Vinol, our delicious cod
liver and iron tonic, to strengthen and
build up weak, run-down, overworked
mothers.
W. Bews, Druggist,  Revelstoke, B. C.
Eric Coursier bas received word
that, he was successful in passing his
examination for D.L.S.
'.
rrltt
of Vi
i.i! ia  registered
at th
e'
Hotel
KuVulb
Luii.0   UU
Weilncs-
day.
W,
Hi
o.
.■nek
of   .1
e'tsieel'l
regis-
Ured
at
th
II. •!
■1   Revel
stoke on
Sund
IV
Tlie Women's Auxiliary
Peter's church will hold a
party ou June 30,
Mrs. Gordon  Wright, will preach on
j the Temperance Referendum    in     the
of   St.! Methodist church ou  Sunday  evening.
garden
H. Gushing Moore of Wallace, Ida-,
ho, was a guest at the King Edward
hotel ou Wednesday.
R. Howson    spent tbo week in Rev-1
elstoke and left on a business trip to
Vancouver yesterday.
A.  IM   R.   Vui 11 nf  Kamloops    was
guest   at  the     Hotel     Revelstoke ou
Wednesday. I
Wednesday.
C,  I).  Simpson and R. Mills of Ola-
Mrs. Cordon Wright will bo tbe
guest of Mrs. W. A. Sturdy during
her visit to Revelstoke.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Anderson ot
Saskatoon     registered    at thc Hotel
G. G. Garrette
Co." registered at the Hotel
Btoke OD Tuesday.
of the  " Versailles fl ,WB™ «UC81ts at the **** Bdward, Revelstoko on Wednesday,
hotel on Monday.
Revcl-
W. M. Walker, manager fot P.
Burns Co., made a business visit to
Chase on Saturday.
II. Radford and   J. A.
ol Victoria registered at
JJevtUtuiii: on Monday.
Little  Annie  Jenkins  is    recovering
i    Mr.  and Mrs. J.  McPhail of Wiuni-  from hor 8ever(, attacK     0,     typboia
peg were guests at the King Edward   fever| but ig still in j,ospltai.
hotel on  Wednesday.
Mrs.   (!.  P. Mathewson and Miss G,
e    Another of the enjoyable     patriotic' H   MlltilewS0n o( Ottawa were guests:
I  be held in   tho     Masonic  at th(J Hotel Revelstoke on     Wcdncs-
''• Compton, baU on Friday, June 2
tbe     Hotel
Mrs.  J.  Millet   ol    Cranbrook     was
among     the   guests at  the King Ed
ward hotel on Wednesday.
Pvte. Lou Thompson, of the
.internment camp, sji.-ut a few
in Revelstoke this week.
Otter
days
Mrs, A Lee of Vancouver is spending a few days iu the city. Her husband and son ate at the front.
The annual meeting and thc election of officers <ef the Womens' Canadian Club was held een Monday. A
full report  will  he jirinted.
J. M. Doyle of Calgary, superintendent for P. Durns und Co., Ltd.,
spent Tuesday  In Revelstoke.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Blackwood of YVin-
nipeg were among the guests at tbo
King  Edward hotel on Wednesduy.
Rev. W. I.. HaU. B.A., B.D., will
occupy the pulpit of Grandvlew Methodist  church.  Vancouver,  tomorrow.
day.
,   |
M. Murray,   accountant     in     the
(ana.liar.   Hank  of  Commerce,  left on
Sunday      for     Cleiehen,      Alberta, to'
which branch he hus been transferred.
A. Thomson, Secretary of the Y.M. I
C.A., returned on Thursday Iron-,
Cleveland, Ohio, where he attended
the International conference of the
Y.M.C.A.
fn Wednesday's list    of     casualties
the name    of W.  Southworth is nien-
to    Trout Lake' tor the ti0Qed as wounded.    He w»8 attached
to    the     Canidian     Highlanders   in
: France but    enlisted     in     Revelstoko
will  with the ".Ith Battalior-
Mr. W. A. Foote spent the week
end with his family. He shipped bis
automobile
summer.
Mrs.  C.  R. Clay (nee Espleu)
receive  on   Tuesday,  May  30th,  at   13
Sixth Street, from four to six.
I ■    -'  Drug     stem   is giving a cou-
ion  with  every  35 cent     purchase of  McCarthy will
Rexall    goods. These coupons may be
used us half the purchase     price     of
silverware on display In ids store.
Vi.  J. Gerbreckt ol Nelson, formerly travelling auditor of  the Canadian
I'acitic Railway  hut  uow    representing
Miss
The  K.vely   Sales Company  ure holding a gigantic sale     of     the     Union
Clothing Company's stock. Many gen-
Arthur  Young returned   on     Satur-  uine bargains  are  to    be     had     ar.nl
May      from    Montreal  and   will  spend since     the    sale opened  on Thursday
the holidays in   Revelstoke.      He  has the sales 'mce have been kept     very
been attending McGlll University. busy. .j.
.. .. ,,   .  ,      une 'ef  the social    events      of     the
Am.oni;  the guests    at      the      Hotel
Mrs. Lashley Hall, who was a delegate to Vancouver to the Emergency
Convention of tbc Political Equality
League of B.C., is remaining in that
city us a visitor while Uonfercnco is
ii, session.
Rexall Orderlies keep thc bowels
regular an 1 healthy. Their action is
gentle, mild and soothing. Sold only
hy W. Pews, Roxall Drug Store, 15c
and  2~ic boxes.
SOMETHING NEW IN TENNIS
SHIRTS just received tbis morning.
See our window.  Fred Young & Co.
Keep it in mind! Tho Patriotic
Dan..' Club will hold another of those
enjoy.hie dances in tbo Masonic Hall
on Friday evening, June 2nd, in celebration of the King's birthday.
Dancing commences 9.30 sharp. Tickets 5-rt cents euch. Good floor. Good
music.
R. Behrendt, ladies tailor for Cressman & Co., has returned (or tho
Fpring trade. Ladies havc your Baits
made early.
Gait Coal for sale.  Sibbald & Son.
You can get money for old rubbers
if you bring them to the Second
Hand Store next to the Union Clothing Store.
Special sale ol LAWN MOWERS at
all price* at tho Sturdy Hardware
Co.
GET THE HABIT.—Place your flre
and accident Insurance with Chas. M.
Field, who represents only old and
reliable companies.
There's comfort in cooking with
Coursier's Coal.
BANKHEAD BRIQUETTES BURf
BEST.
the Canadian 'Ml Company, Bpent Revelstoke on Monday wer.- May Mod
several lays In Revelst ike during the son. Edna Ken. M. McKeenan, 0. B,
week. Tapanila,    Mildred    Irving,  Carrie De
Long and C.  Bloomer <>f Victoria.
week  was a shower given  by  Mrs. T.
Kilpatrick      in      honor      dt   Miss  M.
George     whose wedding is announced
take place next   i ..nth.     Mrs. E.
CM A. Field of the Canadian    Hank II. S,  McLean received with Mrs. Kil-
of Commerce    returned  to Vernon on     Miss  Fl iret      l-M  Lawrence returned Patrick.     t-a     being poured by  Mes-
Monday     after     spending two weeks fri mver on   Saturday      Miss dames     J,  Lyons and J. Hume.     A
holidays with his parents. While here Lawrence    I bbIu Ij   passed  the  '        ' mg ladies of Revel-
he made a six day trip to     Mt. Beg-  Provincial  Normal a-    toke  insists.     The nouse was beau-
ind was    fortunate in securing a tion.
! -• ,r.  Walter N.-lson accompanied him
cn tbe hunting trip.
are
holding
Dean Paget  ol  Ca    try has lust    a- Wright M
 it the i Mrs. W. M
. utivc e      tnltt      of   1      c .nvocatioi     h 11.
tifully 'le c i ited with apple blossoms
-s.  There were about
Miss     C.'Oige
was th ■ iluable
•
at the University e.i -  Collegi
tville, P.Q., , ne ol the oldest
universities ol thc Dominion, has oliered hin. the degree ol Doctor
Inlty Jure Dlgnltatia. The dean will
go east to take the degree at the
(onv"cation on June IS nert. Dean
-• - Is a brother of MM B. Paget ol
•o:.e     and     cond the .- r-
•
!'
i •   Walters
•vith C.  B.  Hume an
in    the    citj.     He .- at
■
England very shortly.
M r    ami   '
vices in St. Peter's eh
EMPrtESS   THEATRE
-.er     have     as
. ich.      Mra.
eatario.
• son
Bhe - • a    L.
'.  who     arrives
• | -      dayi
> inada'e
•   •        ther,  Mr. NM
a   -
-..  of the
.adian  Club
■
:•
il  the
Mrs.  -r '■  Tem-
Q
PROGRAM
fashion? and cartoons
MONDAY—The Gentlei   in  from
ana. in c ■•' ■   .ig     Dustin
Fan.af;.     one       '. the Bnesi
mount  productions.
TUESDAY—The     lecond     story     of
Graft.     with    Jane     N .vak.     Th*
Dr"an,y  Jungle   Town.      The
Roll, comedy.
Vaudeville.
THURSDAY — Paramount
Th« cheat, in 6 parts.
JTRfDAY—F   St   Stewart   White's  Vet
■ ;i.>re rl"
.
. ,u the   nhttt   lo PraJ third    in
'■'   D ' , .        .ning.      May
deciding 11  ,
ro/ed      .n     this      Palling H
and    'h» .-
SATURDAY  and    Mat n
Wt., n Aunt       tllda    Fell,
dj     : r... ly, ihowlng
ill thi     test wa md    latest
WANr  ADVTS.
FOR SALE—Wee MacGregor, Prize
Taker and Uncle Sam seed potatoes
for sale. Picked specimens, $3.00
..cr hundred; unpicked, $2.00 per
hundred. Apjdy to H. M. McKln-
noru.
FOR SALE—Boat House near Gov
ernment wharf, Revelstoke, new
Rowboat, 14ft., never been used
spoon oars, rudder rowlocks, complete; also 19ft. Peterboro Canoe, j
with paddles and oars. Apply to
Mail-Herald.
a \ N'T ED—General Servant, or girl
to assist with housework and care
of children. Apply Mrs. A. B. Mc-
llenoghan.  Imperial Bank.
:   ill    SALE— Singer     Drop     Cnbinet
dewing  Machine, cood as new.  Call
-    Second   St.   Fast. M27pd
WANTED—Information as to the
thereabouts ol Harry Robinson,
»ho left Omaha, Neb., 2fi years
He Is "'■ years old and brother
if tindor-dgneri Please write infor-
•nntlon  to M     A. Smith,
1128, Red  Lodge, Mont.
.er    -..- bered M-om all    . which al]
Dl ■•! to the meeting.  All item'   Drug   }to   *
ted     parties   ar- requested  ••. ■  x   R»w»
Meeting    CalM'.l    at     3    Jl.m. *ot-*m_m-m-—m—m—mmm—-----------—mm.
Thinking Cockatoos
feature
\       rv   pleas .rit.   and     profits
'ind    ".-"mm.   seTi  spent   hy
Lost •;-,,. v. a    md members   .f  31   Peter'i
church  and their fnendu  at  the
in hill, Friday last, A CUllB-
ile ol home Cooking arid candy
was conducted in the afternoon.
Pianoforte selections hy Mrs. H. H.
■atiles, 21 new songs, every one McVity nnd MlSS Field and a song by
new. Miss Zera Clinton, Mr. Billy Mrs Walter Bews were much enjoyed.
Oswald. ,11 the Floradora favorites The social In the "venine was a
Bppelal «'in.mer prices, reserve 75c, t,rpat biicccrb. In the guessing com«
admission 50c. j jietition prizes were    won     by     Miss
SATURDAY nrri Matinee, 2.30.-Un« Powell, 1st, and Miss Slbhald. 2nd.
Cle Tom's f'ahin, by Harriet Beech- pleasing piano selections were given
■sr Stowe, In 6 parts. America's during the evening hy Miss B. Hobbs
mont famous play and a plcturs ,.„„• Mrs. Fleetham, and songs were
that should be seer, by all the chll-| weu rendered hy the Misses McOlvsn
dr'Ti In town. Matinee prices same 8Bfl McLean, Mrs. H. H. Oodnrd and
as at eventag, 10c and IBe. | y. Paulding.  Refreshments were serv«
k^^M^n^HMaHHBMBHMBBi I *& during t.he cTenlag.
GALT    COAL
GALT
T^W" '■
CQAk
Dominion  E i press Money Oi e i,.,
STEAMSHIP   TICKET   AGENT
INSURANCE
NOTARY Pi Bl.K
W. H. HOROF.IN
Nkxt   to   Pout   Offii k
SPECIAL
15 DAYS  SALE
of
Two Piece Suits
Grey Tweeds,Serges and Worsteds
Parisian Dye Works
Sanitary Cleaning and
Tailoring  Parlors
Zara Clinton and the Slxtette in the "VERSATILES" Song Revue at.
the Empress Theatre, Friday, June 2nd  Reserved seats, 75c.    Admission, 50c.
KEEP YOUR SHOES NEAT1
*•■ eg; DALI.EY CO. OF CANADA. LTD.      HAMILTON, CANADA
CAFE
I have assumed charge of the
Windsor Hotel Cafe and will personally superintend the business
Watch   this   space   for   Specials
OPEN FROM 6 a.m. TO 11 p.m.
L.H.Wisener
WHITE CANVAS FOOTWKAR  FOR LADIES,  Pumps and   Oxfords.
$2.00 to $2.75. White Shoe Dressing, 25c Bottle.
BRONZE  KID FOOTWKAR   FOR LADIES,      Button     Boots     and
Pumps, $5.00 to $G.50. Bronze Shoe Dressing,  50c Bottle.
BLACK  SUEDE  FOOTWEAR FOR LADIES,   Button     Roots     and
PumpB. $5.00 to $0.50. Suede Shoe Dressing, 25c Bottle.
8EE   OUR   WINDOW   DISPLAY
cJMcRAE SHOE STORE, Howson Block
Phone 217 Sandals, Strap Slipper., &:
CHAS. M. FIELD
Fire Insurance [RellomPa^s°,d]
Accident Insurance [0,dt $OS&*\ 1
Life Insurance pset'lSTJ"]
Notary Public        Revelstoke       Real Estate
The purchase price of this famous
1881 Rogers Al Plate
WF. give coupons with every 25c. purchase of all tbc high grade guaranteed products made by the United
Drug Company. We are willing to loie
money on the silverware to get you acquainted with these goods, which are standard in their line.
"Rexall Remedies"
Liggctt's Candies, Perfumes, Toilet Articles.
Brushes, Stationery. Rubber Goods, and
hundreds of other items, household preparations, etc. You cannot afford not to secure this popular silverware, when you can
gel it on our half bought plan. As an example, this teaspoon that sells for *5« »»u
can gel for loc. with rou|>onj.'
Bews'
Where Rexall Goods Are Sold

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