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REVELSTOKE
Chief lumbering, railway, mining, agricultural and navigation centre between Calgary
and < the Pacific ocean.
Mail-
THE MAIL-HERALD
Published weekly—Read
by   everyone—The     recognised
advertising     medium   for   the
city and district.
Vol. 22-No. 95
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REVELSTOKE. B.C, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1915
$2.50 Per Year
•v
NEW BRITISH
COLUMBIA UNIT
British Columbia Bantams —
Recruiting Has Started
—Many Join
<e
SiiVVnrase
Hi '-*A Claim
Authority litis heen given hy the
militia department at Ottawa (or
thc formation ol Uritish Columbia
ilantums and recruiting has been commenced—aji|ilieatious lot-
arc now being received by \V. J. Co3£
ol 1218 Langley street, Victoria. The
organization ol the Uantams will lill
a long felt want in Uritish Columbia
und give tbe smaller man, who, despite the fact that he does not tower
among his fellows is also "a tirst-
class fighting man" the opportunity
lor which he has waited. The battal-
lions which have beeu formed have
held that hve feet and four inches
are the requisite measurements to enable a man to serve his king and
country in their ranks, and many a
man whose heart has burned witb
loyalty and who bas been keen to
"do his bit" has been precluded hy
reason of the fact that he did not
reach the requisite height. The British Columbia Buutntns offers a place
to him.
Although the I!. C. Bantams Is tho
first corps in the Dominion of its
kind the idea has heen successfully
carried out in the Mother Country,
where somi I the finest regiments of
the lines are composed of the Bantams, and the "B. C. B.'s" will be no
exception t,. this record.
It is expected that the name of the
commanding oflicer of the new unit
will be announced within a few days,
and that the battalion will he ijuick-
ly filled up; therefore those who are
■anxious to And .1 place ir the ranks
of    tbi should lose no time In
communicating    with    Mr. (Mix, who
will     eTie,;  their nanus  pending     the
completion of tin' machinery for    rc-
cruitlng  within a few days.
Already .-. out 251 men have sinni-
iied theii Intention of joining the
ranks of the Bantams, mihI it is ex-
pected that thi I .<. tallon will be
(juickiv recruited to full strength.
where it will be trained has not yet
been d<eclded but the probability is
that it wil 1 .■ us headquarters
Vancoitvei    11  Victoria.
The damage claim which Mcllwee &
Sons, tunnel borers, of Denver, have
brought against Messrs. Foley Bros.,
Welch & Stewart over the boring of
the pioneer and heading tunnels at
Rogers I'ass in the Selkirks was increased from $1x27,000, which it Was
at the original trial, to a sum of
$612, WW. The enlargement in the amount claimed, which was consented to
SKI TOURNAMENT WILL
BE HELD IN FEBlli
Dates Set are February Eight and Nine — Toboggan
Slide in Connection — cite of Jump Leased to
Club
Points fievolvcr       [Tlm «m trom
Fireman! '        Three Valley
A man from the  Arrow Lakes     ap-
Special  to  the  Mail-Herald
THREE  VALLEY,  B.  C.-Mrs.     A.
peared   before I'olice  Magistrate  May- Rutherford    ;im,   BOn   charlcs   vi8ited
ui-     \v.     A. Foote or. Monday night relatives and friends m Revelstoke on
charged with '''carrying concealed     on  Tuesday.
The     directors of the Ski club
Tuesday  evening ami  stejis  were
\  draft
Majesty     tbe King to the Rcvelstotc
Ski     club for tbe land holding     tn.'
new hill nml course was read and ap-
suh-  proved,  and  the trustees ordered     to
met the canvassers will at once start col-
tak- lectlng.
enrolment  by Mr.  .lustlce Macdonald,  is said to en  to  attend  to all  the  details     Ior A (,n,ft ,paso in «"ldicate from His
he the result of observations on   the thp  propoBea  tournament.   The  dates
character i'f the rock encountered   in .   ,     ., , „       , „    ,  „,.
, .     , ,,  ,, '   „ .   .      :ii" set  for February  s and !).  A pro-
the  lug  bore.    .Mcllwee  &  Sons  claim
that if they had been allowed to com- gram
plete their contract tbey  would  have  mitted and an estimate oil all expens-  sign the same and make payment   of
made larger profits than they at first  es contingent to the carrying out     of  ,hc ,irst year's leasehold.
anticipated owing to the easy  natur; a stirring program was presented and special  committee  va
of the rock encountered.
The profits on the pioneer bore the
IilaintiiTs at first claimed at the rate
of $7.63 per [oot. This is increased to
$11.1
fits on the centre heuding they
placed   at   $7. : I   per   foot;   this  is
creased     to  flO.08 per foot.   In add!
ippointed
^^^^^^ to look after hill improvements and
accepted.   Committees were appointed jt is expectc(1 tllat evcry poBsi,)U, ar.
to carry out all necessary details and  rangement for the accommodation   of
everything     possible to give     Revel- the pulilic will  he made.   It is     also
44'Pcr~foot'."Thei7 esti'mate"d"pro- St"ke M «.hib,tion of tb* Bp0T\ ***- h«"'lM f" arranSe * toboggan run and
on  the centre heading they     had th>' of its advantages will be attend- hold some team races ol this very in-
,      ed to.   The club confidently asked for t, resting sport on the occasion ofthe
the loyal support of Its friends    ruiil ?ki tournament.
tion they claim the full amount of
the JMO.COC1 bonus promised for rapid
construction.
At the original trial Mr. Justice
Clement found a verdict in favor of
the defendants for und':- $40,000, holding that it was the duty of the Mc-
elwei Brm t'i return and resume the
contract after the defendants had
agreed t(. allow them to resume, six
weeks after having cancelled their
contract.
The  (' ■'   ■'?  Appeal  took the con-
trary  view   of the Inw, and held that
the McHwei  firm was not obliged    to
resume,   ind sent the case back to the
S
ages on
Attendance ilgcuril et   Ceotr
Selkirk Schooi
iliiiiiiilciy li
The     attendance record for Selkirk
school for November is as follows:
I' ERFEOT ATTEN DAN CE
Div. I: Lemuel Briggs, Elsie Frey,
Edmund Kincaid, Dorothy Laing,
Ruth Lindmark, Chester Lougbead,
Frank Porta, Mary Ringer, Ernest
Frey.
Div.      II.:     Secord    Ourtiss,  Liliau
The Hollowing is the perfect attendance record at the Central school
Div. L: Wilford Clough, Allan Cn  .
Strom,   Charles  Davis,   Gilbert   Davis.
John    McKinnon,     Hazel      Johnson.
Catherine    McKinnooi,  .Myrtle  Hamilton, Jessie McGregor, Sam Needham.
Div.  I!.   Arthur Cartwright, Arthui
Mr. and Mrs. a. l-M Haycock and
children ba\ e goi Sols iua for    a
.isa  with Mrs. Haycosk's Bister Mrs.
Farmer Bosely.   Mr. Haycock exjiects
tee    lie    g     bit     Ol     BfaOOtlUg    WhUl'    lUVBJ'
Mrs. Furth of Malakwa will spend
the week end with the Rutherf0MS.
The i hurch of Engl md services held
line on Sundae ''• "' much app mint-
ed and well attended, We sincerely
hope to have the pleasure of hearing
Mr. Lard 11 again si ■
The Salmon Arm Farmers Exchange
with their usual generosity have given the BChool children of Three Valley a lovely big box of apples for
their Christmas  tree.   Many  thanks.
Rev, 1 ieo. Lardei and Mrs. Larder
were the guests ol Mr. and Mrs.
SIe-' art  on  Sunday.
Red Cress Kakss
Two Shipments
The usual monthly meeting of the
Red Cross Bocietj .. eld in thu
v.M.c.a. ui: Wednesdaj afternoon,
December 1, with the in-sidetit, Mrs.
Kiljiatrick In the chair. Much busin-
posed .1 fine nf $5.00 and cost.-- wh1 th l'ss was .transacted and the following
his person an offensive weapon.
; il appears that accused fame up
from Arrowhead on Sunduy intending
to go to Banfl but met friends In
Revelstoke and had several drinks,
lie went to the lire which destroyed
the residence of J. .McLeod on Sunday
night Intertering with the firemen a:id
hulking a nuisance of himself and
showing a revolver, i.. McLeod to
whom the accused showed the gun gave
evidence. McLeod stated thai bc was
going through the house with a lantern after thc fire and tbe accused
mule several Impertinent remarks and
when asked for his authority accused
showed him a badge pinned on tbe
Inside of his coat and also pulled a
revolver out of his pocket and said
"This is my credential."
Later   in the evening McLeod notice I Sergt.  I. Cleland e.f the cit y pi I
ie- ■ who arrested the man as he    was
taking tie midnl hi   ti   I 1 foi   Banff.
The accused In giving evidence     0.1
lo.   e.'.ee,  behali admitted that bc   Mad
do      everythitif  the witness had Baid
but     stated thi t  he   vas not  1
sihle..
ii.- worship took a lenient view ol
the ease this being the firsl time the
aci wed  wad ever In  trouble.   He ta
inted to
gun.
upr   Court   again  to assess dam- Hayward    Beverley  Kenward,  Estelle Davls'    N ictor  ^"dll<-'».  Arthur  Ne
the basis of the whole   con-     ,.,',.,,,,1,,'. Mary Portai Jonn Pug8k.y ham. Dorls S1«*W*.
Jack     !,iv-    ln-
fred Ronnie
it
Serious fire
Sunday Night
Fit n Inc. l'i' il e 0U1 about v;io on
Sunda]   •• tei the residence of
John  Mel !    'ti  Si,'..nd  street,     Mr.
McLeod was In Trail having left here
about three weeks ago. His family
were occupying the bouse at the time
of the flre, the cause ol which is un-
known.
The lire '.'.as lirst noticed by Mrs.
McLeod who net li he .lorn, room
and on openinj the door Into the kitchen n w<,s found that the kitchen
m.is ablaze. Water proving ol no el-
feet. Graham Bruce who lives next
in.1.1  turned  In the alarm and the tiro
brigade 1 a le a r rd run and   soon
bad two streams of water playing on
the  fire  getting  it   qulcklj   under  eon
tro!.
Two   of    t h • children who wi 1 e   n
I '•'!  at   tin   time  got  out   safely.      All
the furnltun   waa saved Including    a
paint      sbo|e    at  the  rent   ol  the resi
!'■ i.e.   There was insurant 1 IMMIO tion
1 n the building berm
tract.     Tins   action in the meantime , oUis    Patricki Beatrice Hay
is being appealed to the Privy coun- Murray.
ell by Messrs. Foley Bros., Welch   &     ,,iv"m.:     Joe Be(Ch, Hilda Galli
Stewart.
in    ■'     '        1 rei aring for the 8 1
preme Coi   I   the defendants have ab-
andoned their original plea that they palecki Wendall Porter.  Rosina Row-
lett, Fred Skene, aMlice Tevini.
Die. IV.: Helen Britgs, Rosie Pit
tante, Rose Frey, Janet Kyle. Elsie
Laughton, Willie Morgan, Edith Norberg, Uberta Porta.Elalne Robbins,
Archie Rowlett. Kathleen Squarebriggs, Robinson Trimble.
Div. v.   Arnold Johnson, Lucy Oat
:in, Jean Edwards, Mary Gastatdini,
Annie Jenkins. Elsj Bth Kllpatrlck,
1 iyfl Kincaid, Robert Laughton, Bar-
all Laughton, Torsten Lundell, Gertie
dorgai 1.  MM I.y,  Edith   Heat .
Dolly Shepherd, Laura Purvis, Arthur Kimberley, Joe Pontusa.
VII    Myrtle   \rmstrong,  Stella
Bridge,   '!ui  De Hia-,  Rodgers Foote,
$51.51 dean  Hayward,   Laura  Johnson. Hea-
m-.r..'» tinT     Kijie'i't-i •!-.     Bobby  Laughton,
  rheodore Laughton,  (Cathalaen  Mcln-
48.01 tyre,   Alma   MacMillan,   Nellie Millar.
25.00   -.'.irL-e Morgan, Lily Norberg,    Fred
  North,   Fred  Rear,   Victoria  Sirianni,
$73.01 Hazel Tapping, Annie W<estman, i/u
tia FittnntP. Everett Henderson.
Div. vni.   Mike    Bafars, Catherine
12.50 Belinski,     Mary     Bellei k,   .'nek Bd-
  wards, Mary Fife,  Florence Goodwin,
$60.51 Willie  Price.   Nellie  Short.   Neva  Weh-
iSSi.
Alfred Abrahamsoi
Stewart Burridge,   VV.M.t-
er   Cressman,  Harry Davis, Kathleen
cano, Ruth Goodwin, Walter Hughes, Ooeknti,  Marguerite Folkers,   Jimn.y
Donald     Kilpatrick,   Rosamond  Law- San;s0'1' *illu *m*ihe'
lence,     Florence     McCarty, Veronica
Indian WoundEd by
Kamloops Constsb!
were justified in cancelling the con-
traet       ni'!  ate  now   working  entirely
mi plei for the mitigation of dain-
ages. The plaintiffs' amended claim
for damages Is NH2.000 for loss .^f
profits.
Relief Societies
Monthly Statement
Th.' following is tbe Financial statement .•• Revelstoke Rt Uei Society    as
at  Di ember I,   1916.
RECEIPTS
(ict. SO,  Ma!,  in bank
Outstanding che
Net   Cash
Nov.   .'.   IM
Of I..  K.
I'I
Sewin ■
Local   relief
■3BURSBMENTS
■1 ■ em
2.50
MM11.   Jl an   An   . 1 I , ■
it,   Ernest   Field,  Mar, >rle
Garnett,  Eddj  Girard, Arthur i-iig.i
Dougald Bell, Jeannie Johnson, Agnes
Johnson,  Mar Jok,
m   McFadyen,     Evelyn   Patty.
Maj Roberts,  John Ross,  Helen Rous-
Bertha Wipfli, Paul
Wiplli.
Div.  VI.:    Mary   Davis,  (ieorge  Mc-
■ 1 tie Morris,   Fred Stump,
Alfred Warner.  Laura White.
1  v. vn.: .'ian Hews, Grace
'Miuctr.n,  Cyril   Hyde.     Nie
Tony  Marino,  Ernest   Need-
Thalia   Pappas,  Winnie  Unbbit,
ivy Sargeant, Jackie Sherman, Plor-
,    Jack Wing, Rosie Voung
Gordon   Blackwell,   Pat Cato, June
ellor,  Malcolm Cleland,  Marjorie Cleland, Isabel Coursier, Margaret
■Swing,    Hohert     Hamilton,     Arthur
leeimsieti.    Charlie   Jolmson,
Kiriia',  G<eorge McGiven, Harold  Mc-
tlmoyl,   Noriiiati   Millh.nyl,   Henrietta
McMahon,    Alice Morris, Willie Mor
lis, Harold Rowlett, Kva Ton
I'lnrolm't    Per el.
1 ii   T ht what might have
nter, either for     a
officer or Mis opponi in.
to ■* , lace - ear t1"  C.P.R. tracks   at
Kamloops,  the eventual outcome  be-
,   .■     unstable  I ;•■' I I •■■ ■■     was
assaulted,     a:   Indian on the
i"     running    amuck was Bnot
an i :■ second Indian escaped by
Nov.      .   M il.  in bank
1 -heqiies
1' ■ ij>
Pre*     Mi     T
!■ -    SM,   Mrs.
67.26
...T'e
Kilpatrick
F.  (Mirmicr
Twenty-four Have
Enlis
Division 1
so
■
imi^iiui 11
11
82.4S
on  Hi
19
85.52
;.   IV
II
90.13
on  ^
41
90.25
m VI
87
92.29
11  VII
80
	
	
266
86.47
\l   th el   l-M 1 in.■  OB      Mon
lay   1 inufacturers of    the
[01 n ''d an orgai
thi   m   intain Lum-
n's Association.
■Twenty foui  rwi lits have signed on
t.e dates,   The following   bave enlisted
■lnci the list published tn the last li
■ the Mail   Herald
Bl 11 Bl   ll    i.i BeSSt   Drew,   are   MM boTH
'lleeii.'hester.    England,    miner, sincle,
next of kin Mis. M. 0.  Drew. Wolton-
Edge,  England, mothei.
PraiSBS Fifty-fourth
Biittaiion
.I.-
way
Might.
Const m le ' '■ rli   1 inchbi ck   .•■■
that he Stopped the two Indians after
tracking I  ■ ■   seemed
the'   intluenie One ol   them,
Marchell      Andrew,     resisted     being
a -L-re.-sive.
iing    In    wrenching    thi
fl t liking
him across 'he face,   The
drew h-.s revolvi 1 he tn
backing     gradually and firing
t v. e 11  ,,., the •' ' in I,   is well as blow-
whistle.   Andrew however be-
1.11 •• Infurl ited and rushed at     the
■ mei M le who then ftred I wli at ins
assailant's legs, Hi wi red In
McCannell's     car to the hospital  hy
Archibald's ordi
1  instable     Pinchbeck   appears     to
lave aeted with almost  extremi
■ i. • on       and  !•
1  his      only
elleeti'. e I   with
^^^^^^^^^^^
shot   M irchi '■' ' ,;'   '
'.iidi w,    is    in .! .-
.   ndit'•■ t better t
ll in h   1  ni -ie-      ii ■   travelled
11,   wat
■■
r. Mn- I-;,' I,.. and was wi b to
im-    him   ind his fi li nd   •• Iti
Oscar    i"1 ■ t.. who
■   custody,
vork handed in: Mrs. IM pair
tocks, Mrs. V. Ross, M s, IM O. Pet
1 rsan < Hill's 1. indii \ M - v. Jollille, Miss Fraser, Mrs. F. Brierly,
Mrs. Overtoi Mrs.
Swanney, 1 pair socks each. Mrs.
Gale, 1 suit pyjai McKenzie,
1 First Stre.i . s, Mrs.
Mass.ui, 2 suit- .mtary
work).
Shipped to  head ters a    Toronto, December 2 1 pair
wristlets,    1 suits pj
j.in.as.    ■' les ent   " I
from auxiliary of the G.I.A. to     the
b,     of L,  1-.   ■
are  due.
Suigi' . < ship-
je.i t.> Tor nto
convalescent
156     small pai
sponges,  11 di -es, '£
undi 1   , 	
dozen i\      inch     bar
inch bandages, 1   .
: extra  lnt       ■
To  thi    '■ .\
21     the    societj     tenders il
thanks for the kit it  -hown in
■  shoes
—over
them  t.i .1   ■
In view of ii ■ ■■■    er     of
overall!
who
s.i   will ■ these
..I
1* WN Ml
■
•
AT CENTRAL SCHOOL
The following account appeared   In
the Timet Journal, Fort WiUlam
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ The long and  the short ol  il, a    I.n
.tiller    McEachern     Fergusson, ns    ths   54th battellon Is concerned,
I, Mom Greenock, Scotland, log wai npllfled last Thursdaj  even
single,  next  ol km  Mas  Ellen lng when the  big buglo major n'i   the
ion.     r. South   St. c.reeiii'iT., regiment appeared on the platform on
NOVEMBER HONOR ROLL
The    honoi roll ol Central    school Higgs     Victor     Johnson, Mar
foi   the  in.uilli  iyf  November is as loi*  May     Roberts,      Krnest   Field,
i,,ws: Abrahamson,    Ri«ie    Creech.
Div.   I      lions      Cartwslghl,       Ml.m n idei     Malcolm   McFadyen.   .le.in Ar
Granstrom, Oilberl Davis, Mary Bell, cblbald,    Jolin
Catherine McKinnon, (Dorset] Stnytbe Helen
and  Dstella  Slmttlewood.) mnell
Div.     11.   Wentv  Bmythe,  Dorothy Bd
Bunnell,     Wm. Inkster, fflva Jolliffo,    in.    '
Agnes (Yi ■. •"  <   Hun   Siegfried, Laura
im   111.   intermediate Si . 11 Bti 1 f/i 1
mt  Burrld 0, Wai ee  Crsuman, Geo Donald
Me.ri.ni     Mfied    eMirahaniHon.   In    Dnvn.
li 1 medi ile    It      A    .lack   tMirtwrlhi    '1      Hi J
fJorah    Fleming,     James Jamleso
Ralph  Morris. Illv    \ I
Dh.   IV     Marie  Lidy.  ('bath.   Johl
se.ti,    ,\laii..rle  rioliintl.   BlmM   BtOm
ii nun Johnson, Georgi  McOiven
Di.'.      \        fl      "nd,    \Meen   UoheilM.   I   11
. e    tland,   sister
Sidney DoUglai  Kinlaysiui,    age     Ll
i itn Sicamous, Uritish Columbia
clerk, single, next ol km w. Pinlay
son, Sicamous, father.
('hai les    May. nee  1I7.   limn  l)unlat|
in.   Wlcklow, Ireland, farmer, single, BeBcami the center ol an admiring and
Hoss, Berths Wij>xi. next e.f kin Mi«s Bourne, Bl Belmont envlou     crowd ol boys, the jealousy
nonnhl  Jamieson, Road, Southampton, I'.nc. aunt. Increasing when tbey saw the admlr-
Eddy Girard,   Tom    William Thomas Sayle, age 48, born lng glanci    bestowed ui  the    tiny
Jok,
Doris
First
the arrival 'if i he Bi i . ct Ion ol the
troop train, tbe gtanl ol six leet nil ■
Inches attracting much attention.
'■hen when the second section came, a
diminutive bugler who could not bave
heen more than twelve n-n    ol age,
AT SELKIRK SCHOOL
Robert   Deiehard. -las.  Isle ol  Man,  farmer,  widow-  Tommy  by   all   the  girls  on  tbe  plat
' primer, orlce   Htgga, er,    next   of kin. Thorns                I form,    N her 148791, Corporal    0.
Dorothy Moffat,    Kva Queen's Road. Kouchln, Isle ol Man. Ainslie, C   company, at one time    a
Percj Vi eter. 1'oti    William    boy, now a stalwart
inkstei    :,., Mary     ' itan  Robert  Ballard, nee 89, born i ddlei from the Kootenay, shared   a
■M' •    np,  l.endhury,      Hercf..rdshln\      Kncluml. deal     ol thl   > admiration,  and  inlher
1' '- '       Vrchlbl                                         n|    nirt   of  kin    Mrs. 'ike I   ll      '!.■  wants some of the    nire
a ■     peter McKinnon. r,     i      i (Hard i   B   C,
>-|fe.
■  •■
Gfne :   carpenter, married,
■...'      111,!''
rlris    '      i ti  ie. him, sr. has given
the    Times fournal   his number and
Id I 11n    bngle    hand
mentioi i i Is the pride e,f the    Mtb,
corded
i ■     cornel  12th and Oom ie" beai It play at tho
Trdilv     Baker      l'aul    V»ip01, ^irthtirMWing,  Jeannie  liCveaqne, Tony Marino I ir.crclal nvnie.  Vancouver,  wife
depot.
The   Hill  dl      of
Selkirk
smbel.
Div.     : '   Kiev,
i el im rt 1
in.    il.   I'Mnea    Hendei
Davenport,    Maj Mur
ray,  Dvatt   '■'    m neghai       '.m.
M)cMahon.
Div. iii    Veronica Pa k,     Dl •
Leigh, Fred Skene, Margaret Taylor,
\ n ,i        ■ loci
D
I.'
Rowlett,  ih. .'   nn
Iln     \   .
e
•. i Ban    Bd-
ah i.auehton and     Annie
Jenkins. ^
I • tland,
l.ila   Porter,     Ni
i sthleen
Mitch.
At      Cl tat '     tetait-
12 of thi
■
Ice.
'
supplyil einment
1 ird.
■l Sim-
•
The a it rei n Kingaj
rate aril  Spokao '
ir, ge. PAGE TWO
THE MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4, 191S.,
Gbe flDafl-lberalb
Published every Saturday at
REVELBTOKE.  B. C
c7Wii!-Herald Publishing
Company, Limited
F.  E. GIGOT,  Manager and    Editor.
<TJNl"^"&fyLABEL>
SATURDAY,  DECEMBER ■!, 1915.
AUSTRALIA'S CONTRIBUTHN
Despatches from Australia intimate
that the Commonwealth is undertaking tei nnse &D,000 additional troops,
bringing the total undei arms te. 300-
000, The hundred thousand troops be
tween the 150,0D0 and 250,000 mark
must have heen obtained With a start
ling rush because official reports of
Australian recruiting, now about two
months old, told of a total of about
IT.'., "" troops having been raised. The
sanguinary struggles nn the Gallipoll
peninsula, In which Australian losses
up to about a month ago had amounted to 2S,0W), and by this time
probably amount to 35',O0 M have called forth the Bghting spirit of tin Australian people. Ihey have responded
to the test with a sourage a;.'' detel
mlnatlon as Uritish as the spirit of
the Motherland.
Australia has an advantage in the
compulsory training system. Fnr instance, a yar befori the war, ou
July 1. PU'l. 17,100 youths of is were
due to he trained and 11,,Min responded. In Queensland only ii lads failed
lo come forward, in New Smith Wales only -l'i, m Victoria 79, ir. S■ ■ -.ir:i
Australia si. Out of 90,00 I liable feer
service in the senior cadets, lily ..-
'. ■• failed to respond. The initiation
these boys tot Iri military training
two years ago, and others earlier
than that, is the nam reason why
they aud their ciders come forward
t ow in such large numbi rs.
As    the     war situ.,;i..n in Europe
tends      to      clarify,   and   the   I
powers are seen to have a preponderance of strength, with the .,--.-:•-
anee of ultimate victory through for-
tes already in hand, recruiting
exhibit a tendency to fall oil. Lord
Derby is reminding unmarried youths
iu England, however, thai they have
i niy a w •■• .   : i ■•■..' t    come f"t wa d
ive themselves fi":.. c msci
in ei-'' voluntaryism fads.
FROM THE SANCTUMS
onies. Every once in a while some
over zealous patriot iu this country
gets pessimistic and comes out iu
favor of conscription in Canada. Irrespective of what measures may be
found expedient iu the British Isles,
Britain will win tbis war' and when
it is all over it will bc one of the
proudest boasts of the empire that of
the hundreds of thousands olf men
from the colonies who helped win it,
not a single man was prompted to
join the armies of these colonies
through compulsion,—Calgary News-
Telegram,
TOBACCO FOR THE SOLDIERS
Should the soldiers at the front bo
supplied with tobacco? The proper
i nswer to tbis question would seem
in b • another one—Do they want it?
Soni" ladies who have worked zeal-
i.usly to furnish the men with comforts believe that   their philanthropy
fchould stop on the side of cigarettes,
lor they hold that tbe tobacco habit
is a pernicious one, and that it
would he doing an ill service to the
soldiers to confirm them in it, nr
perhaps to put temptation in their
way. A minister nf the gospel here
is said to have felt so strongly upon
this point that he removed packages
of cigarettes which tbe ladies of his
congregation bad collected to he sent
to France with othei luxuries. Tt
-siitin.i e.j ,i[i|i:u'>st;o.i .<i|iuib,-! aq pjtm.v,
iate pacKages of tea on the ground
ihat tea-drinking is n bad habit, and
tends tn impair the complexion ane
.-Molten life. The point to be borne
in mind by those whose consciences
are troubled at the thought of soldiers smoking or ulaying cards in the
trenches is that the soldlersr are probably better judges of what they want,
i ban thnse who have remained tit
home.   Their     commanding     officers
nay he trust ed not to permit the
men to indulge in any practices that
'Mil impair their military efficiency.
This is not a time when petty scruples, however conscientious, should
govern our relations with one anoth-
i r. and particularly our relations
i\ th our soldiers, it is not a time
for the advocacy of fads or prejudices Our minds should be occupied
with the problems growing out of the
war. Especially should we leave nothing undone that will contribute   to
thl     lomforl   and   healthful   enjoyment
nf tin  soldiers.—Mail a- Empire.
COMMUNICATIONS
something for nothing. We intend to
hold a regular old timers barn dance
ir the opera house, tickets 21,00 jier
couple. Good music will be provided
and a real good time is assured. Buy
a ticket everyone, and do not forget
it is helping a good and worthy
cause. The dance will be held on
New Year's eve. Watch the papers Ior
announcement later.
(Signed)
THE      EXECUTIVE   COMMITTEE,
REVELSTOKE  AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION,  Adex.  McRae, Pres.
TOMORROW'S SERVICES
see what the Victoria Times has to
say about the -Crisis in B. C." It
may lay the blame for the "fiasco"
on the man with the "shocking memory." It may charge it up to the
gullible members of the Ministerial
Uriion. It certainly will not be able
to lay it at the door of the learned
judge, and probably the last thing
that would occur to it would be to
blame Itself, for endorsing without1
proper enquiry the wild vaporings of
a man with "a horrible imagination"
Guarantee & Securities Corporation.
An affidavit sworn^to by Mr. M. A
Tuck stated that the net total ot eig
natories to the petition was 33.SI7.
Waldo, Bull River and Gateway*
lumber camps have been organized
during the past week for the monthly-
donation to the Patriotic fund.
HEALTH OF ANIMAiLS.
Fernie   has eight miles ol sidewalt
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ I which are cleared of tun' w after ever*
  snow  fall.   Since the 10th   the    deedP.
The    recently issued report of    tho has been done three times already.
Veterinary Director General  (F. Tor
Many Homes
St. Francis church, McKenzie Ave.
r.nd Fifth street, Pastor, Rev. J. C.
MacKenzie, Sunday services:— Low
Muss at 8 a.m. and High Mass at
10:30 a in. every Sunday. Sunday
school for the childreu at '.2:3(1 p.m.,
I'ein'diction and Rosary at 7:3(J p.m.,
( onfesslons Saturday I to C and 7:30
to 9 p.m. aud Sunday morning'7:30
to S. Weeks days:—-Mass every morning at 7 o'clock, Confessions before
Mass. First Fridays —Mass at 8 a.
ai. Benediction aud Rosary at 7:.'lo
p.  m.
On Petition
ST. PETER'S CHURCH
Second Sunday in Advent, s a. in.,
Holy Communion; 11 a.m., Matins,
and Holy Communion. Evensong 7.30
p.m., sermons at both services by the
rector.
At both morning and evening B"r-
vices prayers authorized by the Lord
Bishop fm war will he said. Sunday
tchool at 2.30 p.m.
METHODIST CHURCH
The regular service? will he held nt
the Methodist church tomorrow at
11 a.m., and 7.30 p.m. The paster
will occupy tbc jmlpit at both services.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
In the Presbyterian church next
Sunday, the minister Rev. .1. WM
I tevens.m will preach at both services. The Sunday Seh.eed and Bible
Classes meet at 2.30. iln Tuesday ev-
ining th.' Y.l'.s. will consider the
"Battle with the Bar-room Prayer
meetine "ii Wednesday at S. Strang-
iis will be made welcome.
Sidelight on the
•AIM.   VL1KE TALL"
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to
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Revelstoke, B. C, Nov. 29, 1915,
Eiditor Mail-Herald
I1,.1 beg for space in your
: >    appea general
elstoke I  of the
Agricultural association.
everyone i> aware the
■•:?• cl ■ u very
:• a:.1 ■ ai ce and ier    A
fairs   -I exhibitions.   The
,d    we
d    and
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Crisis In B. C.
editorial on the Cris-
in  ■ The   Week"   "ii   Nov.
.\    ■   thai   the I I lie case Luc
es v.  ■ -.t  looks as
.-..ui  nf     the
fai  t.e.i sm-
li   pamphlet. Nev-
little  niniise
tin  in labor.
.iTbiage
• mds I
aeddle
immis-
:   by     the
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■ irther
■ I for     the
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poured
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Thirty-three thousand nine i'1'i li'Od
and forty-seven names were ot li.'l
petition presented i.y the antl-p'ohl'
bltlonlsts to Sir Richard .-lclliile a
November 26,
The following list nf delegates who
waited mi the Premier contains aotr.fl
of the most prominent names in Urit-
Isl Columbia:
Robt. Kelly, Kelly, Done-'is ,4 Co.;
J. V. Crillin, Vi. M. Harrison, 0. S.
Meek, iM M. Macaulay, S. A. Thompson, I'M C. Taylor, Walter Walsh, W.
A,. Ward, Walter F. Evi is, • . Gardner Johnson, Ernest E. Evans, C.M.
Buscombe, John West (West Coloration, Ltd.), C. A. Godson, A. L.
Gartshore, ('has. Wilson, K.O.; R. G.
Moore (Dominion Agency Co.), F. F.
Dickson (Manufacturers'      Agent),
Capt. A. S. French, Dr. W. J. Wright
John Ogilvie c. R. Drayton (Vancouver Financial Corporation), Rod.
Campbell, lr.: Geo. E. Trorey, S. L.
! renter IR. C. Malting Co.), R. IM
Pettypiece (President Vancouver
Trades and Labor Council), J. S.
Gnll     (representing   Richards,   Akroyd
fi Gain. Waghorn Gwynn fi Co.,
Yorkshire Guarantee & Securities
Corporation, Loewen, Harvey & Preston Ltd., Cepcrley, Rounsefell & Co.
A. Edward Tulk. barrister, H. V.
Pratt (Manager Wholesale U'lvnt "••
Hudson's Bay Co.), Wm. Braid, (M
M. Mai'imle < Maednnald. Marpole &
Co.), Jos. Brooks (Rockford Insurance Co.), S Riordan (Vancouver
Licenced Vintners Association), Vancouver; I.nnis IM Taylor. Mayor ol
Vancouver; Mayor Gillette, Mayor of
Prince George; A. C Bowness, Mayor
of Cranbrook; Mayor Malone of Nelson: A. M. Pound, Vancouver; :Wm.
Gi spiij. Nelson: J. Ellis, Penticton:
Cant. Worsnop, Kamloops; A. Thomn
son. Penticton: A. P. LevesqUO, Rev-
elstoke; A. Grant, Kamloops; H.
Moore,  Kelowna.
Tre following gentlemen of Vancouver have written letttrs of "iidor-
sa*ion' '
J. H. Waehorn. Wwrhorn, Gwynn &
Co.:     R.     Kerr-Hotilgate,  Yorksnt'O
ranee, B. A., D.V.S.) iB a comprehensive document and one worthy of
extensive public reading. There is no
branch of agriculture of more universal importance than the health of
food producing and utility animals.
Dr. Torrance goes fully into the act- \
ivities of his branch. "In some dir-
ectionsV" he says, "such as the con- I
trol of glanders and mauge, much
progress has been made; the country
has heen protected against invasion
by diseases foreign to it; additional
facts have been brought to light by
the members of the branrli engaged
in scientific research and their has
be.ni a marked advance in tbe divi
sion entrusted with the inspection of
meat and canned foods."
The research and experiments carried on at the different official laboratories is described, and statistical
tables given of results, and of the
Inspection of animals imported and
exported and of packing establishments and ahbatolrs, Import inspections from the United States and
Newfoundland in the year ending ou
March 31st, 1914, totalled 2D,T26 horses, 1,641 mules. 1-1,747 cattle, 213,-
332 sheep, 374 swine, S22 goats, 22
asses, X elk and .I elephants.
Some two dozen contributions from
the chiefs of divisions stationed at
different points—inspectors, pathologists, biological experts and superintendents of quarantine stations—
with a number of illusti.'tions of animals variously infected, combine to
make a most useful and widely in
terestlng report, which can 1 e had
free on application to the Publications branch, Department ol Agriculture, Ottnwa.
Fernie has 211 rinks of curlers thia
winter. Mayor Uphill and his oppon-,
ent for thc mayoral honors, W. S*x
Morrison, are both playing under tho
same skip. v
FROMTRAPPE
mmmou
miiv want Kur HeU or Put
lull i<r or Imy cheaper than
cr whnra ynu livn
ll Imvi'iH of  Haw  l-'ura til
from tha trapper      Thti
irlumly Loaelaet Iho flnti»t
nto deairahla KurH#(*»tiH
men uml children. Hint hy
» tlm middleman n proAM.
ur leu mouov Mian pmi<8M
iv belter npttrwlata thM*
rcmarkiil.li* vii I iich.
M-1 ul   fur   our    I'JIA 16
edition of our PURN
Fur Styla Bool*
Irniit.ruiiMtrf 114 un^ea
nt 11 hi itrnt inns nl
bountiful Kur KclMinit
Km- Garments) which
will    bo    in.i'i.il    ynu
fiir.K on raquW'tf M(J
ramambar t .ji th*
prii'CH iiunlt'ri in nu*
fur ■■'iin bonk urn tot
thn K>fXKll ilollvered to
you  rh
W •;>«>' nil (l«-liv.r. *
chnrge*
MINK SET
TIllH hCHittiftll itiinh
Hole- . 'iii mull il ft f.i r
iiiiuu   .■   of   Iho    trr*t
v.   ■■■       "■■■■ni   ia  our
far style book
The Stolo. stylo book
No. '<>'■   ie tiinilo tram
imi.. nl Canad lanmlnh
iiiui"  wld>a,onabould
era. plain round buck
frmiiH trimmed vrltti
nix natural Mmii tail*
nnd pawa, ftilk Imctl :
ii handsome nnchpiw*-
modor .i t«'l v [> r i c o «rf
I'nco dolivoroil In yn«
      $27.50
tl**h   tnsiin
WINK   I!OFF. htvl- hook  *Jn   U
lanjn ronmy pillow Hliape. , Ih liiti<d noli .lnwn tm*] auJ
■■iii wrist cord. showing liietln.i nti i. ««
1'rice delivered lo you     $27 60
GUARaN tee
Kvnrr ari iclt- nhown hi our Fjr St) to f<<nnk tm .sole
under our positive tunmnice tu "Satuly you i*»
refund your money."
in not wait but Mind to div <lo
gjifl ji ja sm
231 lUIUm Bids
Imttec
KlltllNIU
HOWSON & CO., Ltd.
Christmas Goods
CHINAWARE
CHILDREN'S TOYS
W i e'li our  ivi'tdo vs
fo   Nml- i; im
H iv nn   E liaon   Phonograph
;i   I  oi j iv   XmaB  Day   with
music
For Christmas—
YOUR PHOTOGRAPH
The simple j;ift that lends thc
touch of friendship without the
embarrassment of an obligation.
Our styles are new and the  "quality"
remains long after tlie price is forgotten
W. 'Barton
Lead/rig -Photographer
If Vour Children's Eyes
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general    ruMir r.,,„,-. t,. their
We nsk v.-i te. think   ivei the
me irr i- A ■ ■    think over the   happy
,■• i '     '     .'ii   I hi       I Link   r,f the
llllll" 'eri'l 'III',     ll'"
mite. :       done on the
ITi.ntu's       Will   nil   rutno   li.-icl-   (,,       Hip
t ni in' and become city property,    no
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ff "il Jl ,000 ii   iii ev  Min m.   ...     ■.■ii    to
doubt   .'. bethel  ' he Icadi re ol the Lib
I't.il pari v  .' mi think tho (tame woi i h
Un' candle,   It  will be Intrreetod    i"
Dr. MARTIN. Ophd.,
|e,||  T I'l.'l   \I.IST
•   BLOCK,   RBVKLBTOKH
Cressman
& Co.
ladies' and
Men's Tailors
Up-to-date Work
Oiiiiranlct'd
NEW GOODS
OUR    NKW    "MAS    STOCK   OF
Jewelery, Cut Gbss,
Silverware & Novelties
is now complete and on account of careful
buying, ami well selected siock, we are
ready to offer t!ie publii- our snoods at the
loWeCSl  possible  price.
I'. S.     Fine    Watch    Repairing    leccives
prompt and careful   attention.
Ff^      PC \Y/ C     JEWELER
t    \J,    D C W  O     OPTrciAN
Milk from the Farm
every" morning in time for
y.iur breakfast. Give us a
trial, we feel sure you will
be satisfied both with the
quality and delivery.
JOHN McINTYRE CS, SON
II SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1915.
THE MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
PAGB   THRESH
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Notes from the cTWines
Fairly heavy sales ot copper at   20 will load in the open cut whi. 6 mi*-
cents     a    pound, spelter at 19 cents, iog will be prosecuted.
and lead at 5\ cents were made Wed- 	
nesday     in New York.   This is     the Eft9t  Kootenay  capital   rCpre8ented
highest point reached by copper since by Alex   H   Smith of GateWay     haB
June,     and the highest for lead    and
spelter since July.
day Ainsworth shippers, and there is' According to C.P.R. officials the
a shaft on the property, but thiB is Lardo branch has been losing money
filled up with water, and having lain to tho extent of $20,000 a year Ior
unworked for years, very little is three years past,
known about it,
Winter Sport
Has Started
The Slocan Star Mining Company
at Sandon have made a contract
with    the Edgar   Ine Co., ol Kansas
MOTHER SUPERIOR
Says Vinol Creates Strength
Rosary Hill Home, Hawthorne, N.Y.
—"I have used Vinol for m,tmy rundown, weak or emaciated patients with
benefit. One young woman was so weak
and ill she could hardly creep to my door
for aid. I supplied Vinol to tier liberally
and in a month I hardly recognized her.
She was strong, her color charming and
Scott Thornberg of Kaslo and Thom- el'er is heard and seen again. On the  her cheeks rounded out. "—Mother M.
secured a lease and bond on the Revenue group of mines, considered to be
one of the most promising prospects
on the south fork of Kaslo creek,
m. , *    i, *.        .a swish of the ski and the gliding trav-
The     vendors     are L. McLean and &
With the snow and fine weather the
City,    Mo., for a two year treatment aa Melrose of Nelson.   The price paid first day of the week five local skiers     m ^_**i.J,x777'.
contract for the entire zinc out ot
the property. The ore wlll net the
company about $40 a ton.
Two extra tine gold nuggets were
brought into Princeton this week. R.
A. Lambert uf the Golden Gate Minim; Co., on Granite Creek, had one of
them, and J. T. Ryan of thc Coalmont hotel, the other. Lambert's had
about %'i'i worth of gold in it, and
Ityan's was worth about $30. The
former wns taken out of Granite
Creek and the latter out of the Tulameen river. Both nuggets were beauties,  and  the finding of them  aflorls
ll.    l.           .    ,,       ..        ,    ,    ., _             ... i    We guarantee Vinol to sharpen the ap-
ly the buyers is thought to be in the went     to Macdonald's Blufl on Mount  petite, aid digestion, enrich the blood
neighborhood    of    $30,000,  with $2500 Revclgtoke    and hugely enjoyed     the  end create strength,
down and the balance iu two or three _   ^ }.         ^ of         BnowlaU     Walter Bews, Druggist, Revelstoke,
years. B. 0.
There are four claims in the Reven- !llade the descent a matter ot BkiU,ul
re     group,    the    Birthday,  Revenue, curving and stemming to avoid    un-
Tamarack    and Revenue fraction,   all covered  obstacles,
crown  granted.   They  nre  uji   Sturgis un Monday evening three experts at
the   art of ski-driving,  one lady   and |
two men, hired a horse and drove   it
around the city and suburbs. The cor-
i ers     turned    at     top sjiecd required
creek,     two    miles    distant from the
south fork wagon road.
Between 200 and 900 feet of underground work bas been done on the
property. A showing of two feet of some lightning like swing movements
Galena is said to be exposed at one and elicited the admiration of the
I lace. Average assays give values of sightseers. It is hoped that an exhi-
1-00 ounces of silver and 70 per cent.  1 ition ol tbis art may be included   in
these
ample proof that there Is still plenty ](lfld to t^e j.on    p0ur men have been the     coming carnival.   If you   would
sent to the property to commence the like to see how the skiing fever haa
erection of camp buildings that would caught tbe fancy of youthful Revel-
suffice  for  the  winter.   Tt. is planned fctoke take a walk as lar as   Maley's
■nf     heavy gold in thc beds of
streams.
A summary of the dividends paid
by the Kootenay-Boundary mines during the year to date shows that $1,-
095,216 has beeni distributed among
their shareholders. These mines
which  paid  dividends during the year
have paid out a total of $13,162,187 which the A. W. McCune interests
Bir.ee they began operations. The list will drive this winter to develop the
<if     mines with payment for the year crow Fledgling,  Black Bird and   the turn out and get the advice and   in
to maintain a small crew on development work during the winter months.
Everything  is  about  in  shape   now
for the starting nf the long     tunnel
SYNOPSIS  OF COAL MINING
REGULATIONS.
Coal mining rights of the Dominion
in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon territory and
the Northwest territories and in a
portion of the province of British
Columbia, may be leased for a term
of twenty-one years renewal for a
further term of 21 years at an annual rental of $1 an acre. Not more
than 2,560 acres will be leased to one
applicant.
Application for a lease must be
made by the applicant in person to
the    Agent   or Sub-agent of the dis-
and total amounts paid, follows:
Consolidated  ...         384,264
2,174,985
Granby     222,172
5,438,462
Hedley    1S\',COO
1,703,520
I.e Roi  N'o.  2.      ',:    .VJ,6»0
1,625,220
Standard       2nO,OM
1,800,000
Rambler Cariboo ... 35,IK>0
420,000
Total                 $1,095,336
$13,162,187
United     mineral claims in Ainsworth struction of a competent teacher. The
tamp, says the Kaslo Kootenaian.       winter carnival is going to be a feat-
The     properties are not far     from ere annually in Revelstoke and plenty
Ainsworth and are close to the wag- of    youthful  talent well directed will
on     road that runs up to the No. 1 always   provide enthusiasts to
and    the Skyline.   They lie on     each jt going strong.
side     of the Krao and their develop- 	
ment     will mean the opening up     of
keep
Kootenay Old Timer
Writes Poetry
The crosscut,  which is to     be     at
Win.  McNeill, one of the owners   of least 1400 feet in length will have Its
the Copper  Star group of mines     in portal on the Alberta mineral claim,
thc    Aspin Grove, spent several days which adjoins the Crow Fledgling and
in Merritt the first part of the week the     Krao    and the east and it will Thp foUowlng poem wag written on
tnakine      if-antrements    for the ship- run  in a  westerly  direction so  as to   v    _  .. .   -.      ,
nidhini.      ai.aiiLeiiii.niB    iu.   lul  oil l,                                  j October 11     by Patrick Murphy,   one
pinL- of me from his property.     Mr. tap  the  United.   On  the latter prop-
McNeill     le    putting    four four-horse erty  it will  attain considerable depth °' Revelstoke s old timers:
teams to  work this week hauling or:: and the hest expectations are looked DOWN    WITH   THE  KA1SER-THE
frot-i  the  n inr to the Merritt station for  in  the United.   It is reported   to TYRANT
Up expects to Me able to load one car bave a good surface Bhowing, consist- Freedom is a glorious thing,
a week, gradually increasing this out-  ing of a large hut low grade body of Even so our gracious rulers say,
put.   Ten    expert    rock men are   em- milling ore, carrying silver, lead and And what they say sure I must sing
ployed  at   the  present  time, but   Mr.  tome    zinc.   Thc surface showing     is In quite a legal, proper way,
said to be 300 feet in length. They praise it with all their might,
"We     now     have    the wagon road And praise the men who seek it too,
from the portal on the Alberta to the Providing all the power and fight,
No.  1 road completed."  said superin- Is all in Poland "tlg-in-to."
tendent  A.  W.  McCune,   Jr..  the oth-
ol
the
A nd this is what my song sbali be.
McNeill     expects to have a force
twiujty-five men at work hefore
spring.
The ore for shipment is being taKei
from    a  large ojien  cut  and  is qua.-     	
ried     out.   The     Copper  Star groip er     day, "the Coflee creek air     com ^^^^
pressor, which we Have leased, is In Success to a11 thc boU1 and bravp-
good order and irt shape to deliver W^ are .!°r ri*h«uU libert'".
the required amount of air, while
grounil has been broken for the commencement of the tunnel. We arc
tn.iking use of the Krao camps for
the     present     antl    should finish the *lth  8Words ane  ,m,skct BiKht
contains a  mammoth  body  of  coi)
ore tha' 'jives promise of proving     t
excei't;or.ally  high  grade  value.,    'ibe
Copper  Star is located seventeen vii
es from  Merritt and is served by     a
good     load   Mr, McNeil has completed tbe exfension dl thc road to   tre   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
point on tbe property where the   ore crosscut in about six months.'
is     to  be tnken out and  the wagons     The    United was one of the
nurseries on the Big Bend road. First
near the city quarry,  just past     tbe
railway crossing,  look at the Holten
junior     jump;     and at Maley's place
look at the structural jump built   by
the     Maley   boys. Club outings    are
r.ow being arranged and it is earnest-!
,    .       .    ,,  .. , . ...   trict in which the rights applied   lor
ly  hoped  all  the  juvenile  skiers    will . B        "*
are situated.
In surveyed territory the land must
be described by sections, or legal
sub-divisions of sections, and in unsurveyed territory the tract applied
for shall be staked out by the applicant himself.
Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $5 which wlll be reminded if the rights applied Ior are
not available, but not otherwise. A
royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the rate
of five cents per ton.
The person operating the mine shall
furnish the Agent with sworn returns
accounting for the full quantity of
merchantable coal mined and pay the
loyalty thereon. If the coal mining
rights are not being operated, such
returns should be furnished at least
once a year.
The lease will include the coal mining rights only, rescinded by Chap.
27 of 4-5 George V. assented to 12tb
June, 1914.
For     full    information application
should be made to the secretary     of
j the Department of the Interior,   Ottawa, or to any agent or Sub-Agent
of Dominion Lands.
W. W.  CORY-
Dcputy Minister of the Interior.
N.B.—Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement will not be paid
for.—83575.
SEMI-HARD COAL
FOR GENUINE COMFORT FOR THE WINTER BURN MY
SEMI-HARD COAL,
NO COAL ON THE MARKET CAN EQUAL IT.
S. G. Robbins, Revelstoke, B. C.
FIRST    STREET OR PHON0 60.
One of the best Investments you can make this winter is to
Buy a Pair of Skis
and build up your health.
We have them In Ash, Hlokory    and Pine.   Call and look   them
over.
"We  also  carry complete stock of MEN'S WEAR for city, mountains,  mine or bush.
FURS BOUGHT at highest market prices.
F. B. WEIXS
Lower Town REVhLSTOKE
Who  will not  have   their   land
slave.
Surcess to all who rise to strike,
Down to the dust a tyrant crew,
and
early
_.   _     All'
pike
But all in
Poland  "tlg-in-to."
vhen this  liloody strife is o'er,
,  -T- ■- v.i'-.-T/n'
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Cl Y'lIATTHE n
CAN DO WITH
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16() pages of valuable building information—52
useful plans—complete details on how to make
improvements on the farm that are fire-proof,
weather-proof, time-proof and economical —
besides scores of other interesting facts.
[t'i ti"' '' '"Mini authority un farm building construction.
It baa lived thousand* of dollar! fnr more than 75,00(1
Canadian dinners ond will nave money lor you. II vou
haven't ■ copy, lend in lhe coupon NOW.   The book i, fr.e.
7. '■'
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Canada  Cement
Company Limited.
MONTREAL.
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''•'    PUP'LWP'A     CANADACKMFNTCOMrAHY UMITID.HmMtalUlat. MONTREAL       H
J.I  lIllVl   lfi l'lll eeilnnni       I'I Hi en-   i.n.I   ma  «   lifer   ,,,,   .1 , ■
' C/iWADIliCT "What Tba ParmirCaa Do Wiih Gobi   i '     Wl
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And peace succeeds to glorious toll,
May peace be their's Ior ever more,
Who will have and hold their native
soil.
1 he world will  bless and praiso their
name,
But  men of all nations what     say
you,
Would you not he proud to do     the
same?
But  all  in  Poland   "Tig-in-to."
I   t:''itly our sword In tbe sunlight ia
gleaming,
Mountain ami valley reeks with our
tread;
Brightly    tl»'    sunburst above us Ib
gleaming,
Firm  is each footstep and erect ev- f
iry  hend.
Nations iif trampled light,
Spread     yom      <armi In three fold
miirht.
Slaves      to    the   stranger  no  longer
you'll be,
Ah    sure     ns the God who     gavo
strength  to the good and brnve,
Death     shall     bt ours and our land
shall be free.
The spirit of bold Kitchener Ib hovering o'er us.
And     the shndow ol our fathers arise from the grave,
Trembling we'll drive the base foeman
before us,
While there's Mood  in our veins we'll
never be slaves.
NntionH have been too long iirnler     a
load of wrong,
Now     they're  nrising  direct     from
their knees,
\ni1     as   sure as tbe f!od who gave
strength to tbe good nnd brave,
Heath     shall he ours, or our     land
shall be free.
Monarch,  thottrh sweet nre our home
recollections,
Sweet .ire the teari that from tend-
eni"ss fall.
Sweet     Is our  friendship,  our home,
nut   nffeeflon,
Put revenge on the tyrant is sweet
er thnn nil.
CITY TRANSFER CO.
Baggage Transferred
Distributing Agents and Storage
GENERAL   DRAYING
FURNITURE   AND    PIANO    MOVING   A   SPECIALITY
Phone 46-276 Night Phone 346
CURTIS   &   SWITZER
Shamrock
HAMS & BACON
(CURED IN CALGARY)
Made from selected hogs—in the most modern plant in the
West—Government inspected—approved by careful housewives everywhere. SHAMROCK IS THE SEAL OF SUPERIORITY, and this applies equally to Lard, Butter, Eggs,
Sausage—wherever it appears.
P. BURNS & COMPANY, Limited
Read These Prices on
Granite Ware
Preserving Kettles, 25c, 30c, 40c, 45c,
55c, 60c.
Lipped Saucepans, 15c, 20c, 25c, 30c,
35c.
Wash Basins, 20c, 25c, 30c.
Double Boilers, 65c, 75c.
Cups, 10c Each
Sink Strainers, 25c
Tea Kettles, 85c
Tea and Coffee Pots, 50c
Covered Roasters, 75c
COMPARE   THESE   PRICES
Sturdy Hardware Co. PAGE FOUR
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THE MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4, IMS'.
Cocktail Murphy is selling fish in
Victoria.
Many houses have heen built in
Clinton this year.
Peter Lund has moved from Wardner to Lethbridge.
Some work Is being done on the
Buck Fraction, near Silverton.
Jim May lives in Hazelton and is
£3 years old. He id a Cariboo pioneer.
Halibut lives 23 years, although the
writer has at times eaten some that
appeared to have attained a much
greater age.
Sea lions will dive 100 fathoms deep
In order to feed on halibut. Fishermen tell this story but it sounds a
little hnhy.
The Crow's Nest PasB Coal Co. ia
having lOflO acres ol land near Cokato
surveyed into 10 acre tracts Ior farm-
lag purposes.
Near Hat Creek a cow defended her
newly born calf against coyotes Ior
two days before the rancher came to
her assistance.
There arc 20 hotels in New Westminster, and they all advertised in
the local paper for a renewal of their
liquor licenses.
During the past five years 30 per
■cent, of the attempted farming ventures in California have been failures.
This is due to inflated land values,
ignorance of local conditions, and
lack of capital.
At the November revision 32 names
were added to the provincial voters
list for the Nelson riding.
New Denver's 1915 fruit fair was a
money maker to the extent ol $46'after all expenses were paid.
A, million cut throat trout spawn
has just come into the hatchery at
Gerrard from Sheep Creek.
Times are improving at Kaslo. The
adult admission fee to concerts has
been raised from 36 to 50 cents.
The Fernie-Coal Creek Excelsior
Haul has changed its name to the
Crow's Nest Pass Colliery Band.
Trail Italians are having great success with their Sunday Red Cross
dances.   Each one clears about $75.
Including those employed on construction work the smelter »t Trail
has close to 1,000 men on the payroll
James Marshall has quit the Strath
j cona   hotel at Nelson and the former
proprietor, Mr. Whiting, is again    in
charge. ,        ,
One of the teachers at the Kaslo
school has been giving $5 a month to
tbe Patriotic Fund ever since the war
started.
Fresh eggs sold as high as 75 cents
per dozen on Nelson market, Saturday. Dressed chicken were scarcer
than usual.
For falling a tree over the telephone wires near Silverton two Italians were last week fined $5 each and
costs.
use ol all the waters flowing in them, relatively as great to this district as
Such rivers as the Winnipeg and the larger powers are to sections ot the
St. Lawrence are noteworthy for country with greater demands. The
their extremely constant flow under lainfall is comparatively large and
i.al ur:il conditions, coupled with the in, many cases natural storage basins
possibilities particularly in the case sufficient to enable complete regufa-
ot the Winuipeg and the Ottawa ot tion of the various streams are av-
greatly improving this by artificial ailable at small cost,
means. The exhibit consists essentially ol a
It is especially fortunate that all 97 foot bird's eye view painting ot
the large commercial and industrial Canada aud fourteen models of typi-
centres of Canada, have power possi- cal power plants supplying the main
bilitles capable of meeting any con- commercial centres from coast to
telvable future demands. Vancouver is coast. These main centres are spec-
already well supplied and future de- ially shown on the large map; red
tnands may be met by extentions in buttons indicate the locations ol the
almost any direction. The bow river developed water powers and green
not only caters tej the aesthetic buttons are used to show power sites
tastes of visitors to the famous as yet undeveloped,
mountain resorts traversed by it, but 	
(By
THE   AMATEUR TRAMP.
Mr.     Israel     ZangwiU,  in the
'Daily Chronicle,' London.)
supplies energy for the whole Calgary
district. With the Winnipeg river
capable of supplying as much power
us is perhaps feasible from the Canadian Ningara Falls, the city of Winnipeg is in an enviable position. The
Hydro Electric commission of Ontario is performing a unique nnd invaluable service to the agricultural and
commercial centres of that province,
with Niagara Falls as its main source
of energy. '
,    . ,    ,    , ' explained the punting Dogberry as he
Canada is particularly rich In wat-'
er    power sites, which by their loca- dematlded m? P«Pera-   Tl« west coast
tion     in the midst of  vast timbered i* only less vigilant.   'Be you a Ger-
areas    are particularly suitable     for man spy, zur?' anxiously asked a raw
pulp     and     paper  making purposes, recruit, commencing sentinel.
On the cast coast 1 have Muttered
the farmyards and sent the plough-
boys speeding for miles on their cycles to the nearest police station.
'They    says you were looking round,'
beard is glaringly false; beardlessuess
a shaven mask. If your puree is full
it is with the wages of Judas, il you
have but little money you are doubtless out to make it. To tender gold
is to damage British credit; your paper is probably forged.
Gossiping with the cottagers is extracting information, giving pennies
to their children is bribery and corruption. To smoke is to reek of the
Fatherland, to eschew tobacco the
last sacrifice of the Prussian patriot,
to light your pipe at night is to i escort a Zeppelin. Is you name as
Saxon as Allred or Athelstan—it is
rlearly assumed. Does It begin with
a Z. You are obviously the cousin of
a notorious Count. You may not
whistle—that is a call, nor sing—Ior
that is a password. If you look up
you are awaiting airmen, and if you
look down you are avoiding men's
eyes; as for looking round, we have
seen what becomes of that.
Blowing your nose, you are signalling with n handkerchief; swinging
your stick you arc a semaphore; feeding pidgeons may bring you to the
gallows. Quaffing at the village
pump,     you are pumping it on     tho
water Bupply, conversing with ntU*
lage idiot, you are in the intelligence
department of (Berlin. Particularly
parlous is it to telephone; to tein*
graph requires an arduous avoidant*
of dangerous ambiguities. Bach U»»
night. Don't wait up' is cleearly *
warning to submarines. 'Tell Willi*
all is arranged''may bc a meessage to
one's Imperial master. 'PleaBe retort
to London and let the matter dros^
is anl unmistakeable instruction trt
Zeppelins. To refer to Burns or Shelley would be fatal.
AFTER GRIPPE
Mrs. Findley Made Strong By Vinol
Severy, Kans.—" The Grippe left mn
in a weak, nervous, run-down condition.
1 was too weak to do my housework and
could not sleep. After trying different
medicines without benefitvinolrestored
my health, strength and appetite. Vinol
is a griuid medicine nnd every weak,
nervous, run-down woman should take
it"—Mrs. Geo. Findley.
Yinol, our delicious cod liver and iron
tonic, sharpens Ule appetite, aids digestion, enriches the blood, and builds op
natural strength and energy.
Walter Bews, Druggist, Revelstoke.
B. 0.
Along the coast of British Columbia,
too, are many large water powers situated at tide water, with admirable
shipping facilities at hand.   This     at
'In medio tutissinns ibis'—keep to
the middle counties—is my advise to
the knights of the knapsack. In tbo
more military areas it id terrifying— !
once suggests vasts  possibilities     in and illuminating—to mark how every- I
the application  of  hydro-electric   en- thing     can be transformed under es-,
trgy,     to the manufacture of various pionitis.   Walking     slowly     you are
nitrogenous products.   In Quebec, too spying;, briskly, you are fleeing. ABk-,
the    Saguenay river presents     great mg the way is suspicious, knowing it!
possibilities of a similar nature.   Ot- still more so.   Consulting your   road'
tawa, Montreal and Quebec have    behind them the enormous possibilities
map  is flagrantly  hostile,  taking     a
nature-note treasonable.  A book is a
of the Ottawa, the St.  Lawrence and  code, a manuscript a report, a sketch
WESTERN flOAI
Bv R. T. LOWERY
Eggs are 5flc. a dozen in Creston.
Cows at Alice Siding are stealing
hay.    !
In due time Holden will have a
creamery.
Disease is killing the rabbits: around
Clinton.
A Kamloops Jap hus enlisted jn thc
102nd regiment.
Mountain goats are plentilul on
Moberley  mountain.
Navigation at Quesnel on the Fraser river closed Nov. G.
In the United States last year 80,-
■SOQ people died Irom cancer.
In Vernon this month 12 Chinks
were fined $20 each for gambling.
J. J. Walker .if Nelson has opened
a jewellery store in Trail
Mr. Thompson has moved his pool
room  from  Enderby  to Armstrong.
There are M telephones in Thoenix,
an increase of 25 per cent, this year
The Guggs are testing the bai
the Fraser river with a boring n
ine.
The Huskies are the most primlti' e
people     of the north, and live
putrid flesh.
Alone the coast tl.e dog Sab aro
, | the    herring    nets      They
should try Snooze.
This   month the s.i i it T
y.as burned.
M      Robert Hi
■   last •:.     Hei
i I the K
]••.'  •■'■ i
the    K '-       hots      -. m   -
.
Th •    Cr*. I says that    a
cow r<tcently died   it Du     Cceek from
eatln -    ■ md an umbrella.
This year 300 rnrl tads ,,f fr . I
FH;e;a-il  fn m    Pel tlcto     Of this   um
ounl     ' . i    in   ■•■■■'.   ided   ■ ••   apples.
Hnl Paddy •••. a« 52 years old Mist.
Saturday. He bas n ranch near
Princeton, and Is I sinking aboui
ting married.
Wm. Shakespeare is now selling
j-r ■ .-it lea foi s v ane iuvei houso, > it
be    bun nothing to do n Ith thi  Mei
cluim  of Ven in'.
Cajilain Vi. 'IM Bragg died this
month at. Livingston Creek, Yukon.
He ran a sl.ern Wbeelei mil u< Rupe
seven years ago.
Across the river from Trail there 1*
a town railed East Trail. About. 80
fan.Hies live there, and a general
"ti.re ha'i been recently opSMBd by 0,
Hicks. I
On the Yukon river tbe    body    ol
[Com Gooflry, the famous trapper was
recently found in a ter.it on a wood
raft. He had evidently died from
heart failure.
If rural merchants knew how to advertise, and would, ;he Mewl abo X
mail order houses gettluj business
would soon bc no louder than a frozen whisper.
Robert Tillson of Hamilton, Ontario, fell from the K. V. bridge at Ladner creek and was killed early this
month. He was to be married on the
22nd.
Curly Robinson was running a restaurant in Kaslo 23 years ago. He
made $40,000 in three months, but it
cost lum (45,004 to make it, a fact
that caused Curly to go fiewey in the
spring of '93.
the St. Maurice, not to mention
many smaller streams in which the
jirovince of Quebec abounds.
ft chart, accounts statistics, a scrawl
tt cypher, an electric torch a wireless
installation, a kodak death and datn-
The maritime provinces also     have nation.   Your haversack holds bombs,
their    supply    of water power, Nova your card case somebody else's cards;
Scotia     particularly     having    many your very passport is not proof   you
Ftnall water powers, whose value     is have    not     murdered thc owner.     A
EXHIBIT OF  WATER    POWER
EXPOSITION
AT
The enormous water power p.isslbil-
ities ,■; the Dominion oi Canada uu.s
leen     depicted at the I '.;.., n
exposition Ln a mannei  taat     cauuot
tail   tie
eers     and manufacturers to the place
the     holds   a
countries   e,f    the   world.   An  exhibit
il
Ity     and   (orcefulness of lllust
will
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The    oni ...
m   .f     the
tins  ■.ast   resource,
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Thf
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I npoi i nat fully reall i
-1 the whole ol
Different    conditions     dI bead,  flow,
eapacll ei vice, etc .  etete   to
be   coped with, in a
ly be best Illustrated  My light
reference to the great acops which
thn "Xhiblt must nereHsarily rmn-
prlse.
The rapid mountain torrents of
Drltisb Columbia with their high available heads represent In their own)
picturesque way, power possibilities
an enormoni as the largoi nnd siownr
rivers nf central nnd eastern Canada,
with large volumes of water and mm.
paratlvely low heads, The majority
e.f the mountain streams, too, are
capablo of regulation ho an to   make
AT LAST
We have managed to
get the price. Come to
us, we were here first.
Watches, Diamonds and
Clocks at your own
price.
o41so Optical Goods--we guarantee
satisfaction— free examination.
J. Guy Barber
Jeweler  and Optician
KING EDWARD HOTEL
H.J. McSORLEY. Prop.
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Strictly First-Class
Rooms—Single, en Suite, and with Bath
Ladies' New Neckwear
e   range of effective
from 10c to $1.00
Silks, 36 inches Wide
these in all shades at
K) per yard.
Ladies' All Wool Underwear
Whitft All-Wool Underwear at 75c a
garment. Ladies' All-Wool Combinations, $3.00
ladies' Stocking Overs
Just    the   thintf   for   cold   weather,
$1.86 per pair.
Fred Young & Co,
Jack Laughton, Proprietor First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
WINDSOR HOTEL
EUROPEAN  PLAN
GOOD ACCOMMODATION REASONABLE RATES
CAKE IN CONNECTION
O R I F N T A I       Suitably furnished with the
HOTEL
choicest the market affords.
Best   WineB,    Liquors   and
Cigars.     Rates   $1 a   day.
J. Albert Stone, Proprietor Monthly rates.
Union  Hotel
A. P. LBVB8QOB, Proprietor
FIRST STREET,   REVELSTOKE, I*. V.
Delicious Vegetables, &c, fresh from own Ranch
XMAS BAKING TIME HERE AGAIN!
Vi Uu time bai again arrived foryour Xmas. Baking let us remind
jrou ol a few ol the necessaries wc havc in waiting for your order.
RAISINS, CURRANTS, PEELS
New Seeded and Sultana Ral9ins in packages or by thc pound. New
ClurrantH In packages or by the pound; New Lemon, Orange and Citron
Peel, Shelled Nuts. Spices, Extracts, Fresh Shelled Almonds and Walnut*.     Spices and  Extracts of allkindB and llavors.
Ml orders entrusted to     us   will receive our prompt and most care-
teii attention.
Phone 11
ECOBSOIST'S
Box 734
We paq highest Prices For
RAW
FURS
And Remit
Prompt I u   -
Guns
ent jirlceii. pay mull and ejprewi
chnritn, charge nocomtuuiiorin,
and treat our uhipprm right
Remit, we arc the lament In onr
Iln* ,i Canada.    Rblp to a. %o4.r aad
el»»!  With a  lUHal 1.  Hoillo.
tie, Hhinni.nl tno «mal] or tea large! to
raral *■ our mom .et atttotlon.
We nell Gtina, Rifles, Tra<pa,
Animal   Salt,   Mi-mtm. ka   rioeih
lltfhla   n*»ril!*hla riihlnt  ..l.
efcmfcte
rUhlnl TmOkm.  tn<)   HporUn.*n i
lap»)lM», IowmI trie**      Cil Al,- x|   FJU K
302 H»IUn» BuDding      TORONTO
free!
tail*  how and  whew*-*
lO   ttmB   mni   nihmt
TftfrukfeU liifm■»tliMi
for      tr*pymm ;        n\mm
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Sport inoi'i Supply
C»UUi""R.wlnr
Prlco Li«(," and
latest 'Tor Stylo
Book " of beautiful for  Mi   ud   for
gmrtntimiM
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« SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1915.
THE   MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
page  fivbt
;
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THE WEEK AT THE YAC.A.
W, T. Johnson
Total  214S.
1211       149       IDG
727      721      700
BOWLING HAS    Bankers Bowled
Good Games
Bowling Averages
At V. M. C. A.
Basketball Becoming  Popular,
— Four  Teams   in
League
On Friday evening Nov. 27 the
Bankers team bowled oil against the
Government, winning out In the three
names.     The games  were  Interesting.
way
The  following  are   the   Y. M. C. A.
bowling a\erages Nov.  24th:
INDIVIDUAL BOWLING  AVERAGES
Games Aver'ge
the     scores being close all the
'through.
GOVERNMENT,
McLeod
R. Brown
Bergoust
Parker
H. Squarebriggs
104
m
15(1
157
150
670'
140
128
117
81
125
11,0
111
128
180
116
1173      612
Total 11)53.
L.
AM
.S.
B.
L.
Blackberg
Neary
Couling
Robertson
IM   Wai il ren
BANKERS
139
142
1-37
117
14S
IX)
147
168
148
145
140
Un Thursday evening the first gain-
cs of the Y.M.C.A. volley ball league
were played oil, the first game was
•between the Dent house and the Gov-
trumewt. team. There was much interest between these opening games as
I here were new players on the Boor
nnd the teams were all newly formed.
Considering the fact that the men
bad never played together before and
that some of them were new to the
S,ame the play was fast and the combination very good. In the flrst set
the Dent house took a hard fought
game (from the government with a
score of 21 to 11), the next game was
won by the government score 21 to
12 and the last game of the set was
an easy victory for the Dent house
score 21 to 1 the Government team
laving lost all idea of scoring till
too late.
The next set was between the Bankers ard the Business Men. The first
game was the hardest of the three
and the score finished 21 to IJ in favor of the Business Men, they being
experienced  players uni having a bet-
ter knowledge of  the game.  The next «"«*«■ lost two games out tf three
iw.i games however, showed that   the
Bankers  are  going  to  have  a      good
team  in  the near future as the score
was     very much in their
.111 and 21-7.
14S
111
141
137
156
723
J. Bezley
H. Burridge
C.  Somerville
W.  Christojihcrson
W. Wood
W, T.  Johnson
L. IM Waldren
\. Thomson
K. G, McRae
T. O'Neil
L. Blackberg
J. l. Hay
it. Squarebriggs
"...   L.p'irlt
48
Total   2151
Business Men
Win From Directors i
On  Monday  evening  the board     ot
The teams as yet are rather in the
rough as the players are being tried
out, but the material on the floor
on Thursday evening showed that
there are going to be some great
games during the coming winter, and
volley hall is going to be one of the
' ^ery popular things at the Y.
Th" lineup of the teams was as follows:
Government—N. R. Brown, captain,
Lome McLeod, R. Squarebriggs, R.
iMer,Mm,  Geo. Ross.
Dent  House—Dr.  Heard,  captain, A.
E. R'ise. Vi. Robertson. E. S. Martin,
D.  Adams.
Business Men—C.  M. Field, captain,
F. Holms.     W.  H.  Horobin, W.     M.
Moore, A. Thomson.
Bankers—I.. Wal.lron, captain, Vi.
Neary, I.. Blackberg, L. R. Lloyd, E.
Marshall.
SUNDAY AFTERNOON
to     the    business  men.   In the third
game the board had every chance   of
winning,     but    in the last frame Mc-
favor being Kir|non failed by the fraction of     an
inch  to  pick  off a two  pin spare.   A
glance at the results will show   how
evenly  the teams  were  matched.
BOARD  OF   DIRECTORS
II. Lyons iaG      129
Goble <A'i       144
S.   Martin 156      113
Thomson 172     179
Q.  McKinnon 1H6      171
H. Parker
S. C mling
W,  A.  Sturdy
G.   Moth
J,  ij.  McKinnon
C.  Carmichaei
J.  B. Ward
A. Webster
A. E.  Rose
0. J. Bergoust
Goble
Vi. Brier
B. Robertson
L. McLeod
F. Young
NM  McLeod
E, C.   Ketcham
M.  Stortz
J.  H.  Lyons
P.  McDonald
N.  R,  Brown
M   S.  Martin
F. Somes
H.  Mulholland
WM Neary
F.  Paulding
136 F. II "vs
163   7. Thompson
136 H. Ferguson
128
137
12
12
12
6
3
12
12
12
12
6
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
9
fi
3
fi
3
12
12
13
C
12
12
12
12
3
12
3
6
6
9
3
12
12
fi
9
3
11
1.77
168
162
160
169
168
157
157
156
119
149
148
148
148
145
145
145
145
140
139
141
\41
139
138
137
186
135
135
135
\35
134
132
132
130
130
128
126
126
125
124
113
107
106
C. B. HUME & CO., LTD.
Revelstoke Departmental Stores
Family Shoe
Outfitters
We aim to give maximum
wear At minimum pnoe
DRY   GOODS   DEPARTMENT
769       742
Totul   2211.
BUSINESS
A.   K.   Rose
W. A. Sturdy
( .   Somerville
J. L. Hay
W. T.  Johnson
Total  2IS.",.
MEN.
Ill
165
125
145
162
154
144
158
163
151
70S      770
700
132
168'
136
129
142
707
STANDING     OF    VARIOUS TEAMS
TN LEAGUE
Did Won Lost
Stortz and
Sommerville High
On  Sunday  afternoon  at  4   o'clock 	
T.     Pagdin     will    address  the  men's ijUSt   evening     on     the Y.M. alleys
i.e ting at  the Y.M.C.A. building.   A the  Business Men won out in     three
hearty     invitation is extended     from gtratght    games   against the Maples.
the .issociation to every man in   the ptorta was high scorer for his   team
community  t.i spend a pleasant hour waii an average of 151, while Somer-
in this way.
Fire Hall
Hankers
Business Men
Government
C. IM R.
Board of Directors
M.ijiles
Bid
Flre Hall 12
Business Men 12
Bankers 12
Government 12
C.  IM  R. 12
Board of Dir. 12
Maples 12
ECONOMY
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
Pins
9268
9101
8555
8374
8347
7822
7494
11
9
7
6
5
4
0
1
3
5
6
7
8
12
CHRISTMAS IS COMING
Do Y'our Shopping Early.
WAR OR NO WAR
THE CHILDREN'S XMAS
This, the great glad time of the
year is essentially the children's
holiday. No greater disaster in
the social life of this natioD
could happen than the curtailment of lri|i|iiii'ss for the children
by a minimising of the Christmas
cheer.
This yenr as usual we have a
big stock of TOYS AND FANCY-
GOODS. Bring the children to
see them.
Special good, wide l'AELETTB
SILK in black, pink, brown, paddy—nice for waists, dresses and
trimming,   at per  yard    $1.00
A very fine selection of the newest In LADIES COTTON JABOTS
RUOHINGS, etc. Some o» those
lovely roll collars that corajilete
thi   appearance oi a 6iht and are
washable.   Also  the newest      dresB
collars,  from  25c.  to      $5.00
Clearing out a lot of REAL IRISH HAND EMBIKHDERED LINKS—tray cloth , runners, table
covers, etc. at 50c., 75c, $1.00
and    $1.25
MEN'S FURNISHING AND SHOE DEPARTMENT
Boys' Furnishtngs
Now that Xmas is less than a
month away we would suggest
that you commence looking about
for that suitable gift for a boy
Our stock is more complete than,
ever before and is now in perfect
condition for Xmas buying
BOYS SUITS—Sizes from 25 to
34.   All the famous "Lion Brand"
styles that are right. Quality that
stands the test. Prices from $5.00
to $10.00.
BOYS SWEATER COATS— A
genuine bargain in pure wool. All
sizes, different colors, price $2.50
each.
BOYS GAUNTLET GLOVES —
Lined, fancy, from 75c. to $1.25 a
pair.
BOYS
viceable
40c.
WOOL MITTS-Good ser-
articles. Prices 35c. and
SMALL BOYS WOOL GLOVES—
Neat, warm and comfortable.
Price 35c. and 50c.
BOYS TOTJQDES-A wide range
of colourings and weaves. Prices
50c, 60c, and 75c
BOYS LEATHER GLOVES—
Lined, very dressy, tan Cape.
Price $1.00 pair.
BUYS MOCCASINS—All Bizes,
genuine buckskin at $1.25 and
$1.75.
These and a host of other lines
equally as good.
GROCERY  AND   CROCKERY  DEPARTMENT
New Goods Just
Arrived
Almond Paste
Currants, packages and bulk
Raisins, 12 oz. packages.
Raisins, 16 oz. packages
Raisins, Not-a-Seed
Raisins, Valencia
Figs, tahle.
Figs, cooking t
Candied Peels
Crystallsed Cherries
Chrystalised  Angelique
Chrystalised Pineapple
Glace Cherries
Glace Pineapple
Comb Honey
Shelled Almonds
Shelled Walnuts
Specials for
Saturday
Fancy Glass     vases  20c.  or 2 for
 35c.
Toast Toasties, tier package... .10c
Blue Label  Catsup, per bottle 30c
nd sacks Rolled Oats ...   ,35c
Prunes, 3 lbs. for  25c
Figs, cooking, 3 tbi 25c
Avge
772
75S
712
shipments for the mouth were 180
tons of lead-silver ore and concentrates, but the output practically
was double this tonnage, as the zinc
is   being    stored until con-
697
product
tracts    are     secured.   The lead-silver
K51
624
A curling club is to be organised at
Waldo.
The skating rink at Cranbrook will
be operated as usual this winter. Ice
making bas commenced.
Nine  of  the  fifteen  suowsheds  plun-
ned. hnve been completed by the contractors on  the  Hope section  of  thc     'i
K.V.R., work on which has now practically      closed  down for   the   winter.  A.
Work      on      the  remaining  snowslieds  H.
rtill  be resumed  next spring,  as soon (.
iis climatic conditions will  allow. .1.
ville for thc
opposing tei
in had
the
high average
of 170.
MArLES
M.  Stortz
131
Uei
170
1'.   Hews
10.1
143
118
E.   Sandahl
125
127
106
F. Fergussein
109
118
'12
11.   Miilhollan
d
152
106
119
620      651
.tal
1876.
BUSINESS  MEN'
I'M  Rose 125      109
A.   Sturdy 131       136
Somerville 19]       178
I..  Hay lfi]       Hi
1.05
108
133
142
I2f,
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Wholesale Dealers
Direct Importers
Our GOODS are tfood
Our prices logical ind within reason
Our Special Prices on Cigars Will Astonish Enquirers
See us before placing your HOLIDAY ORDKRS
STORM SASH
Leave your order during this month.
STORM DOORS
We stock  material
making these.
lur
We    Supply   EVERYTHING   in   Building   Material
See   out    HEVKLOID   RUBBER   ROOFING
GLOBE LUMBER Co, Ltd.
AGENTS FOU CANADA CEMENT
A British league on War Economy
haa formulated a pledge for all patriotic women to sign. It points out
that the financial outlook is such
that Britain can win only if its people are willing to practise self-deni il
i.ud bear privations in order to tarnish the money so pre-eminently ueces-
:- iry.   nf members it requires:
Imports. To reduce every possible
expenditure on imported goods, and
strictly to limit the purchase of everything    that  comes under the cnte-
iry nf luxuries.
Dress,   To buy as tew luxurious articles ol clothing at possible. Tei   rc-
ill atten pis to Introduce    new
i ishions.
Motors. Tee avoid as far as possible
tMc use of motors, except for i ecu-
Bary <>i charitable purposat.
l-Me eel. Tn L'ivc up nil unneecssary
entertaining, hoth at home and In
restaurants and to restrict home con-
sumption to the lowest possible limits.
Household expenditures,   In no cane
I leiy men servants, unless ineli-
. ll'le fir pulilic services.
Tn hold a tight string on all tin-
etsential expenditures is wise advice
at any time for most people, but
most patriotic now. The call for
funds within the empire will be far
more severe before the war Is over.
The British government will have to
i.iis" .neither three billionB or perhaps   more     early    ir. the new yenr.
The demnnd on the British
treasury, especially from allies, nre
nw so heavy that the dominions
cannot considerately look to London
for further financial nd. Australia
ban ilrendy resorted to a domestic
war loin. The wnr has borne very
lightly on rnnndinn purses. Tf we
were facing a prosjiert of yielding a
third or hitt. or even a quarter, of
' ur individual Incomes for the use ot
the state, we would take far moro
seriously the warnings to economise.
shipments averaged 70 per cent,  lead
and about 90 ounces silver to the
ton. and one 30-ton car netted $2000
according to the report.
There   are about 25O0 tons of zinc
concentrates at the mill ready lor
shipment.
DR.  T.  HEARD
DENTIST
OVER     IMPERIAL     BANK
GOLD RANGE LODGE, No. I»
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Meeets every Wednesday evening
at 8 o'clock, in Selkirk Hall.
Visiting brothers cordially la-
vitesd.
R. GORDON, O.  O.
Do you want to earn
$10 a week or more
in your own home ?
Reliable persona will he furnished with
profitable, all-year-rounil employment
on Auto-KnittinK
Machine-. $10 per
week readily earned. We teach you
at home, distance
is no hindrance.
Write for particulars. rttcB of pay,
send ac. stamp.
AiTD.KNrrmt HOSIERY co.
Dept.  198,   ;».".7*ollnr<?St.   •   Toronto
■ I   a at l.tice .'*■ r, England)	
Armstrong & Co-
boots &
SHOES
REPAIRED
Rubber Shoes,
Shoes,    Boots,
Mitts
(ilovcs,
The net earnings of the Slocan Star
Mining Company which owns ami operates the Slocan Star mine and mill
at Bandon, V,. 0., were' |B,<000 in Sen-
tember, according   to reports,     The
DR
T. H. TAYLOR
DENTIST
OVER
MACDONALD'S
STORE
DRUG
KOOTENAY LODGE,  No.  1*.
A. F. and A. M.
Regular Meeti-ign are held ta
N'ew Masonic Hall on the Fourth
Monday ln each month at 8 p.m.
Visiting brethren are cordially
welcome.
JOHN  LEE.  W.   M.
ROBT.  GOPDON,   Beer«tHry
i,ii;i|i iMtl.lt
It'egood epolicy to think of tha future
It's still better policy to provide against
'.he misfortune* ll may have in •■ ti
-,,i ynu    Thr mresl way of protecting
vim mII anil l'.' rally i-- a
UI'T. INsrilAM K POLK Y
wiih a ii'liai'M company. The high
linancial standing and long business
career of the Kootenay Agencies
makes it absolutely trustworthy.
Your time mav be near ;«« hand.
Don'l delay,   Take eul a policy now,
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, Ltd.
A. K. Kincaid. Manager.
SELKIRK LODGE No.  11
i. o. o. r.
Meets every Thursday evening la
Selkirk HaU et 8 o'clock. VUlt
lng brethern rr-'ilally Inviteftd.
DCGALD BELL, N. G.
JAMES MATHIE. Secretary.
// you want what you want when you
want it try Mail-Herald Want Ads
IU velstoke Itutl^v
NM.. 1066
l.uY.vi   0RPBR
OK MOORE
Me e  - every  mc, mi
and Fourth Tueeday
ii, ibe Selkirk Hall.
Visiting Brethren are onrdlally Invited,       ALLAN K. KYKK, l'i,,.
H. L. li AUG, Sea
E. G. Burridge & Son
Plumbers and Tinsmiths
\\M- specialise In
Metallic Ceilings, Corrugated Rooting, Furnace Work and up-
to-date Plumbing
Work
Workshop   Oonnaughl Ave.
REVEL8TOKE      -      •    B.O.
Nugget Polish and
2 in I Polish
FU
Get"MoreMoney**for your Foxes
Muskrat, White WttMl, Be I cr. Lynx. Wolves,
Martin and other Kur bearer' coll*«1 <l in ><mr»eciioi
SUM' Viilll Kills Itlllr-TT <o"^illll|-.UT"lhf lai-jctt
hoow In llir Wnrlil idling txOmtrti* In I 011H A.MIBK W KaW UJtS
•'lm
,..   . ilnnl
i   '   V 'T< >KY
.•,•,, Chi tt-tnibift i»lunpti."
sllstpi
Wrlete for I,- .NOW    IT. I-HKK
A. B. SHUBERT, Inc. b,Ptc7» chic ago. u.s.a\' IPAGE SIX
THEVMAIL-HERALU,   REVELSTOKE
BATURDAiY, DECEMBER 4, 1915,
G, McRae
this week
made a trip to    Cal
K.
gary
Mrs. K. A. Haggan and family have
returned from the coast.
family
Trail.
left
on
Mrs,     Howson and
.   morning tm
R.  Hale   ef Arrowhead registered at
the King  Edward hotel on Sunday,
Miss Daphne Kooke left for Molson
on Tuesday  morning.
I'M I'M Chepson of Kaslo registered
at   the   Hotel   Hevclstoke  on  Monday.
I'M Mallandaino of Creston was a
guesl at the Hotel Revelstoke Tuesday.
R.  Marcus of Golden
stoke this week.
,'isited  Revel-     J. B.  Hays ol Glacier was at
King Edward hotel on Sunday.
the i    F.     E. Weir of Nelson was a   guest
ut the Hotel Revelstoke on Tuesday.
J.  Nagle has returned from au extended trip in the east.
0,  Cormier returned this week from
a trip to San Francisco.
R.     lt. Mason of Chase was at' the
Hotel Revelstoke on Monday.
Major F. Vi. L. Moore of Bsqulmalt
Trail  Presbyterians cleaned up  $25U
on  their bazaar last week.
Mr. Andrew  Edgar, contractor,     of     Ore is being Bhlpped from tlio   Blue
was a  guest at thc Hotel Uevelstoko  Revelstoke,     is    in the city renewing  Grouse mine at Cowichan Lake, Vau-
on Sunday.
Among the guests at the King
ward   hotel  6n  Monday was 0.  L,
Quaj  (if Calgary.
Ed-
Mc-
old acquaintances.—Cranbrook Herald couver Island.
Up to November
McRac's Shoe Store, Howson block, a snowfall of 18.J
17th Rossland bad
inches, but the au-
e'for Leggings and Gaiters
tos are still  running.
A poultry and pet stock show will
be held in  Revelstoke in January.
K   u       dliei
Ins  hoUF     ■'•illi
has been confined
:i very severe cold.
to
C.
the
Kin
-, eii,.y . i|   . ancoii .'er was   at
!•: Id ard hotel on Tuesday.
Ai. S. Fairns of Chase registered
II. I'M Brickland of Chase registered the King Edward hotel on Sunday
cd at the King Edward hotel on Tuesday.
II.   Graves of  Kevelstoke  is staying
at     the Hotel Strathcona.—Victoria
Times.
at
At    Manning's  candy parlors
night a   luncheon  was given  by
Machinist's  union  in   honor  of  J.
Bolt,  secretary.
last'    O ALTCOAL burns   all    night,
tho  Kevelstoke General AgencieB,  Ltd.
W.I
lhe Capitol Barber Shop is now under the old management.
11.     Mui i.cii of Nelson was a   guesl
_,,,  thi   i m tei  Roi elstoke   n Monday.
M    ,;.  McQuarrle .ef Revelstoke     is
,n the citj   today on business.—Karn-
tarn ird
The Red i 'ross socli ty are planning
in the Drill HaU   on
Fi i'i i'.. fn cember 17.
Among ii"' guests at the King Bd-
■ 0tel -en Tuesday  ivas Mrs.    F.
' inlanders <'f Victoria.
c iptain  ci. T
in    Revelstoke
Edward hotel.
I'e'iai   sjient   Tuesday
a guest at  the  King
Eastern selling agents predlot that
metals arc due for a still further advance, and snme prophecy that tho
record prices established early  in the
vear will be eclipsed in the next     90
In  honor of  Mrs.  Gi  S.  Mel alter of
r, , „        .    , ,,. , fall     aril insiiect  Howson & Co.'s dnvs.    It,  is said  there  have  been  in-
Rev   W   n    Yolland ol Holden scant Calgary,   Mrs.   Ambrose  Dickens     en- °'tvl ""™»"» o~ uu.u „„„„„„
Tuesday and Wetoesday i7 Scity     tertalned at bridge on Friday after-  ""* »"» »*<**. line of Baby Out- ftulrta.  Bled   for    more than 100.000
Tuesday        Wednesdaj .o th. city.    ^ ,aBt._Cal   ^ NVws TelJ ters and Children's Hand Sleighe.       pounds   of copper since November I.
C.  km  Richardson of    Nelson spent in addition to the purchases reported
several  days in  Hevclstoke this week.     T'"'     Wl"'k "" t,u> Canadian Pacific     The     best coal ln town today     is wbich     were    made ii|i principally ol
tunnel     through the summit of     the Robbins semi-hard coal; it has     thc small private holdings, and Hun   Imi ■
Alderman     A.    Tyrell of Kamloops Kelkirks      proceeds  with  great  vigor,  lasting qualities of hard coal and bo ropean   buyers  are  now  seeking  from
T. Tc use and A. Bell of Cumberland were guests at the King Edward
hotel "I, Monday.
was a visitor in Revelstoke this week Additional
J. Cosford of  Rogers Pass was     a thla work'
guest  at  the  Hotel  Kevelstoke     Sun
day.
men  ure  heing  put      ou  ash or Boot as from soft conl.
A.     James and  Vi. (',.
Glaciei  registered at the
stoke e.n Sunday.
Corrigan ol
Hotel Revel-
.1.
at
day.
T.
M.  Humphries of Malakwa   was
the King Edward hotel on Mon-
\ the
Revelstoke     on
■-,  i   |    il Salmon Am
Mrs.   R.  Simpson  and  Lola Simpson
Of Arrowhead were guests at the King
guests  .'I the  Hotel  Edward hotel on  Monday.
.   was   P.       KM
I'M   L.
commission
Battalion.
Taylor has   received     his
as     captain in the 5-lth
Mr. and Mrs, Bradford of Sher-
brooke, Que., are the guests of their
daughter Mrs. A. VV. Crowe. Mr. and
Mrs. Bradford will probably remain
until  Christmas.
Ot-
2lt,(M>:) to 26,000' tons of lead.
There's  comfort  in  cooking
Coursier's Conl.
with
F. Sine "f Calgary, general manager of Ct Revelstoke Sawmills Ltd.,
spent Wednesday in Revelstoke.
Mrs .1. IM (Hack and son of Nelson
were guests at the King Edward hotel on Monday. )
The Australian cadets aro in
tawa and have been entertained by
Sir Robert and Lady Borden, the
Duke and Duchess of Connaught, the I
■Men's Canadian Club and Women's
Canadian Club and they have been inspected by Sir Sam  Hughes.
Mrs. Gould, whi has 'ecu visiting
her brother at Revelstoke, has re-
turne 1 •    Golden.   Golden Star.
v..    A      s.    Saunders of Rogers guest of the King Kdward hotel
!■        ,,,, ng thi is at     the
Km; Edw        I   tei on Tuesday.
A movement Is on foot to raise   an     A    tire occurred  in  lower town yes-
Special attention given to child-
len's hair cutting at the Capitol Barber Shop,
BANKHEAD BRIQUETTES BUR*
BEST.
Child's Sleighs, Sleigh Bells, Snow-
shoes, etc., at Bourne Bros.
Furniture, Stoves, etc., bought for
cash. WM Parry, l'hone 35IM
i
All  the  latest military  and     dress
WAINF   ADVTS.
FOR SALE.—16 ln. Millwood. also
Kindling in hunches; each $2-73 per
load delivered. PIiouch 42 and 81.
J.   IM   Sutherland
WANTED—Housework by tbe day. Ap.
ly Mail-Herald.
CARD OF THANKS
.1. Glaspie "f Eagle Bay spent several   lays in Revelstoke this week     a
Mrs.      I1',.  Sutton  wishes to   convey
styles  in  hui.c„tti„g at tbe    Capitol hcr        te, , th    k    t(, „     ladleg      d
overseas corps among the government terday  when a building owrnd  hy    t . ■ Barber Shop,
civil servants.
Mr. ami Mrs. L. Paneman of Salmon Arm were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs    H    i'i    \M \ ity  on  Wednesday.
W. J, Ci ulthard, A. Clougb and Vi.
Andrews gpent a few days hunting
Cariboo up the Big Bend this week.
Mrs, K. c
 util
.■i
• !j i -- - e cietj.
i ormter is :
lecei  of fani y
which  will  .'ii
affling four
work the
t.i  the Ked
■
in any
V.1.1
al st.  John's
There will be a meeting on Sunday
ifternoon ai   I o'clock at the Y.M.C.
A.   T.   Pasrdln  will deliver  an  address
An old timers barn dance will be
held on New Year's eve under the auspices ne tin- Revelstoke Agricultural
association,
Among the quests at the Hotel Revelstoke on Wednesday was W. W. l'er-
i y  of Vancouver.
The first sitting of a court for cor-
rectimr    and     revising the Municipal
Turnross was destroyed by lire. For
a short while it. looked as if the
tire were going to sjiread and a
call was sent in for No. 2 fire brl-
gade but when they arrived there ser-1
\ ice s wore not required.
Piefecitc [\mM
Oil
Mr.     Muir aud Mr. Outhbert
Voters' List, will he held In tbe Oity I have ,,een in town ,or scveral
Hall on Friday
w ho
weeks
Mrs. D. Hamilton ol Revelstoke,
whose husband is now at the front,
I as enlisted as a nurse and will soon
go ov 'i-seas.—Golden Star.
The     reply  of Sir Richard  McBmlc
giving a statement of ins position in
to tlie demands of the    pro-
Lad .■<
desire tee thank all those who
way  helped   them in their   rc-
.,,,.  .   ■ ent,  partii ilariy Mes- on  Wednesday,  December 22
WB   j{. j,. . v.. im Smythe,  particulars ' I i
j. E   Dicks in  u"el  W, Mar: v  who e B
si-M. -ire very  materially  added tothe
thi   event.
.,,,,,        ,    ,      ,    .     , i     ,'    Miss L. Thompson has severed   her
The M.M-ieiiisf church Sunday school .
.,   . ,,.  .     v ta   connection  witb the  Canadian  Pacific
i I.n-' tertainment  will Me held
Further  ' "Uay telegraph othce and left this close     by    the singing of
week  for her home in Toronto. [are  lolly good fellows."
giving instruction on O.P.R. air
brakes kindly invited the Young l'eo-
ple'a society of tbe Presbyterian "fc'1"'''
church to the cars where there blbitlon party
was given a demonstration of tir;
air brake system. Later in the even
irig refreshments ".-ere served. oho
pleasant gathering being brought to u
For thej
\      •:..    thl
■
ee    . Majoi Dun-
can     - t, C. 0.,  an i Mrs. Roun-
■ ■   .; i aptain Roundel: »n    in
ring spent pari  of I
■ .    Mrs.   i
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winter.
\ sitoi      i  the Hotel Alcazar from
i thei      • arts  of  the  province  include
Mr. and Mrs. li.  10   Burridi I Re\
elstoke,   News  Advertiser.
Mrs. ,1. H. Hamilton and children The young ladies of the high scbool
b f; 'or thi old country on Wednesday have formed a patriotic society for
She  will Bail for Kngland on Becem- the     purpose   of    making socks and t0 bi-in^ in a prohibition measure   of
The ■      etei '.-• church ; s
v    are
her 11, where she will join her husband Capt. Hamilton of the Wth battalion.
M
The  li
The   n-.i.   ;reenhouse erected My W.
ttrufl is one of the most up-to-
the interior nnd is veil worth
visit.    ■ on df mar
nt  flowers o: many kinds arc t    I
i  whist  'lrive and  dan
ill ni Dec. 27
ui     M.
■
'   ■ .   Rev.
including
carnations and nar-
mufflers for the soldiers.   An exhlbi- its own drafting.
tion of work will be held at thr high |t. may |,e pointed out that a refes-
BChool on Friday afternoon. Deo. 27. cnaura js the submission of a definite
when tea will be served. All inter- act which comes Into efleet after be-
ested arc invited to attend. There jng accepted by a majority vote of
will be a silver collection, the pro- the electors; a plebiscite is the sub
coeds of which will be devoted tothe mission of a question or series of
work of the society. Any c.ntribu- questions which leave the government
tions     and comforts for tire soldiers fl0P to draft and pass legislation alt-
gentlemen of Kevelstoke who helped
case to a successful issue Special
thanks are due to Mayor WM A. Foote
G. S. McCarter, W. Farris, Mrs. O.
Skoene, Horace Manning, A. Hobson
Len Howson and many others for
their kindly interest nnd sympathy.
NOTICE
Having been appointed Executor of
the last will and testament of Barbara Clark, deceased, late of Revelstoko, B. C, I do hereby require all
persons indebted to thc Estate ot
the said Barbara Clark to make payments to me, and all persons tc
whom the said Barbara Clark is in-
debt id will please file their claim
with me duly attested according to
which will leave the government free law otherwise the Estate will be dis-
in t.he event of a favorable decision trlbuted on the 16th day of December, 1915 without regard to nny cred
itors who have not. so filed their
claims.
Dnted     nt Revelstoke, B. CM,     this
21th day of November, 1015.
T. KTT/TATRTCK
Executor
couver on Wednesday by ibe People's
prohibition Movement committee.
Sir Richard expressed himself in favor of tlie early closing of the bar
during the continuance of tbe war,
but has declined the demand for a
referendum    in    fu\oi- of a plebiscite
M ith
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cry  al   Jt
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withal on of   the
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it
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will lie gladly received.
Al Kamloops D.  J. Macdonald was
on  Wednesday  morning charged    with
ting     a     Greek serving  in  the
Maple      Leaf   Cafe  about   nine  OClock
iy night.   Chief of police  Kdens
found  defendant  causing senile distur-
ince outside whilst  in none too so-
condition,   and   endeavored      to
find     out his grievance.   It appeared
t'i     be     mainly that Greece had not
the  Allies,  and  the defendant
the   man     in the cafe In the
i ence.    He was convicted
and ordered to pay a fine of $2M   and
ste.
er a general expression, of popular opinion will have been obtained by the
bli i ite. In his letter Sir Richard
xpresses the view that other simple
questions than that of thc straight
question of prohibition should be submitted Many demands have been
made on the premier that the question as regards compensation should
be BUbmitted at the same time bb a
plebiscite on prohibition.
The text ol the premier's letter    in
which    he defines the  uncertain  passages   otf bis previous letter in regard
to the demands or the prohibitionists
for a referendum on a day apart from ■
that of  a  general  election,   the   sub-'
artj   of Important railway    men mission  of an net  similar to the   Al-j
• iwi    ii   Friday, having come betta act, and the early closing     of
■"  Penticton,     where the bars during the wai  or until    a
een Inspecting the Kettle prohibition act comes into force is as
Line.   The party Included  D. follows:
ie   ian     'ef     Winnipeg,  general     "(n)   The plebiscite should be     nr-
■ R      ■ item lines,  and ranged  to be taken on the same date
gen, F. Lee, as the general  elections.   Obviously I
aeei in charge of cannot be expected to say what, that
iccompanled Mr. '',tl' will be.
i      ,„,i     ong     "(b)   As  well  as expressing thc di-
Ml,,i     j;     net  ipie'stion for or against  total pro
N.   T.  Hillary, hlbitlon,  the  voting      pajier     should
Royal   Hank.  Contain  epnstions  relating  to tbe genie    ,  ..,,,■,   ,.„ ,    ,)„. i-al  Issue;   these questions to be     as
I
LADIES HOME JOURNAL
SUBSCRIPTIONS     $1.75    a
year.  (Christmas    card      sent
from Publisher to recipient to
arrive Christmas day, announcing Christinas gift of
above excellent journal.)
BATURDAY EVENING POST,
SI.75 a  year.
FOR BOYS
ERECTOR—Toy Building Outfits, No. 1 builds SS models,
$1.50, to No. ti. t< 00 parts,
builds  2C4  models    SHOO
MECCANO,
sizes.
Nc
1.
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Andre
5 parti   e,:i
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2  pai' • "Mys
tery
Blllli
"in.
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THURS1 K\-1
ROLLER  RINK
■'ay Thursday
s^t irday
'« north of
Hre
M
-   - l.
Trvin I • hum
i'he   \raM
ti ■ ii ,t. appear,
He   :s   "The   Americnn   To uici
tj e.c said  thai       manageM   ( i
•    • The  fullowinr rati
Selwyn  n  touch of I thl* last vi    ['■  Isaut   of thi
with    which  bis pen m so marvel ,Mt, Columbia Oamtte   To be '
v eMftpd    Mr   i ■ ,' i   paj i;, |pal nf the pi I
e<i  e- -t  ,,.;  of   tood [ellowahlp   "nei North B Thomas Rich
friendship   -ni'      i'Than';    b   tit  for Mlovd nnd  P   0,   Moynltl  |     Q       Me
the  fun  ol   it.    Thafa  the port ,,f
man he is.
"Tb<-    Broken Coin" follows »he
Blae      Box'' starting Mondaj De
•        ti    (ith Qraoe Ciinord and!
Bride    \     '-"i-eeeMi     |   fIn 1 av   .Tiinrt.lnn;
T   w. ttct-"p   governmmt -'-ent    for
i, ■!     e-',,.nrr.f.   to 1,0 „ police magli
trnl" bhe district  inunlrl
pnlity     of NTnr'i    <7anC  nvcr.  nnd
the   imnll  ddit ■ reeiirt,  In l.bn]
I-'AM'
n n
111: s    i i 11 \ i:.
il    III   ill ui K
coi; HALK
I'll:
-
D     Will
taltj     file    l i -.\
end     of
ii .i     often
in i iinada,
two Mc ed
.  in the
who    have
•   '   and jury
led her
irildj ol Northern Brl
a to wh b had  hei n
t.ransp I I si	
ol a ' <       nd :i     Mrs.
in     Alberta  woman,     who
'    • "1   th"    i it   her     bUi"
I
i
I lain    nnd     sim|ile as possible so as
noi   i" confuse the issue.
"■ce    Iii      reference  1o the proposal
I riet  the jiresent hours for sale
of     liquor     during tbe period of the
v. nr,     T am strongly  in favor of it ;
I 'it  ihis is a matter for the legislature to deal  with at the nevt. session,
the government cannot brine    It
aboui   without  the express authority
■ef a  Matute.
MODBLIT—No.
No.  A.,   enrh
Nee.     B,     Cadi...
3   and  '.
.$1 00
$1.50
$3.25
Trnll has a few clothes lino thieves
operating actively at present.
Sllverton  hns promised   *14,000
the  Patriotic fund this  year.
It Is expected that at lenst two
hotels in the Cranbrook district will
be refu led licenses next year.
BEWfl'     REXALL COLD TABLETS  25c
CHERRY  BARK COUGH SYRUP 25c  50c. and  $1.00
good combination for colds,
cough and Grippe
FOR EARLY
Christmas
Shopping
SEE THK
Union Clothing Co.
When in Doubt
To know what tn get in Fresh Meats or Fish
TRY US—we always have a Rood variety and
handled under strictly sanitary conditions.
W. L. MITCHELTREE
Revelstoke Meat Market

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